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YLLI. -No. iti7
CONCORD, N. 0.. TUESDAY, NOVEMBERS 1896.
old JVortli Carolina
, i Oilier Items.
-; vAlIiir-?r, Esq, came home
r. j; for Bryan and Sewall.
J !.,...: v.?y Phillips, of North
r CoKt', nude a short vioit
m 1 -.iiiip in Concord. He came
,-. i ;rf well pleased as it he
iv h .-, of Salisbury, mady a
- ' .;;r..-it. We may 'hear of
; , hieh -caa to be mu
v. ; ;'; -igbt, the dth, by cur
: a the interest of Mt.
r 'rr iet land, has been iu
i ' ' ; ;: .t-ohd.
-;Iv ,.,L, 1 Ienpmt Cot! on Factory
: oinpietion. The mzt
t'-.:;v--l 1 ? the arrangement of
xlc-y. iIouit-3 are in do
;;::.v; ..: iliii time, it would be to
iiik-R-sf-ci our. business men to
- is suii, there is a certain young
of Xoriii Carolina College
v. ,c tlreuiii of a certain young
of Mont Arr.a.ia Seminary diss
trb him in hi slumbers. Strange
if: : it:
li. iitrbert E Barrier is now m
o--: citj (!'), He pretends that he
-'i j hoiii-j to vote, but we under-
,:iL-i that ho told a certain little
1i!t of the town, that his visit here
: influences even more pow
erfal than politics. Who can guess
the real cause of his visit?
.cay, send us down some more of
vc:r hardware boys. One who
r::;:ei us not long since, atiorueci us
no little amount of fun. We are
.ilwavs clad to see the hardware
'.. Mr. E, one of our col-
-.-.".on:, ion; Mt. Pleaaant last
;- -iy accompanied by a certain
; : Wy cf the town, Their
T, acj directed towards Concord;
and as they have neither been seen
u-:: ht-ard of since, any information
'C'l.criiing them would be appre-
f out worthy Seniors and
Scphomorea claim that
". rn.7ef:e(l with more dignity
: nthera of ua. While we are
forward with great pleasure
rhsnV 'giving Day, hoping that
- 1 time wo v.-y to sc fortunate
' f.a.v ?m interview with certain
lie Seminary students; they are
''z still higher, and seem to be
Htu better at no other time than
tbc- ( cmpany u teachers.
- vlO M- OQ.
Cure Tor nciulacii.
"i remedy for all forms of
- ::h lllcctric Bitter? has proved
ver.-' bost. It efTects a
"-i'lijcnt euro and the most dread
sick headaches yield to
, -uence. Wo urgo all wTho are
-( d to procure a bottle, and
- uii.s remedy a fair trial. In
;1' 1 ' ' itbai constipation Elec
i curo3 by giving the
: ' i "iio to the bo vies, ar. i few
' rosist tho use cf this
l i 'i . Try it once, i'ifty cents
: . h"''i at Fetzor'n I?ru;r Stcro.
The Post does no- question the
soundness of the "original package"
decision which created such con
sternation m prohibition States a
few years ago. That decision rests
on the same foundation n the '"ntor
state commerce actthe right of
Congress to regulate commerce be
tween th3 Statee. - B;:;t w,a think
there are f- Amricn ciu'zons of
any eecti ;re or party who de-
Rire to witness any humiliating be
httlement of the police powers of
any cfthe forty dive Coiiimov, wealths
that constitute this republic. When
the people of a State have decided,
through their Legislature, that an
article which they deem dangerous
to health ehall not be manufactured
or sold in their State, it seems to us
that their right to do 30 should not
be over-ridden by any authority.
Here, for example, is the State of
Iowa, which has a yery stringent
'a? :.-.f going to pr?r3 wo
rivo anything like an c-ccu-'''.'0
of hcv7 the oleotien
-'Ut it is beyond qu:s-
oao oi the many tiCiie
i?ful and that n Trill
- r i that we trust will give
- rnd 6v0 g . vt.m ne:it.
: w - . fro,., tj vQy i.)vmccrix v3
" y. ij ojority, but in Wards 2
" Bcrnocrats have 'kgone to
H.M A.; to the county none
likely that the law v.i c j.-, a to
criticism. We arc nut m iaor of
superseding paternal responsibility
by legislative enactments. But the
merits or deueriR of thin act o.ro
not a matter of legitimate concern to
anybody outside of Iowa. That
State has said that cigarettes aie
not to be sold there. But the to
bacco trust had notified dealers in
the Stae that it will defend cases
brought against them, and will
meantime ship cigarettes into the
State in 5-cent "original packages."
And this is a safe proceeding on the
part of the trust, for, as the pre
cedents now stand, the law is not
worth shucks against the 4original
package" device. If the State
wishes to have its law made effective,
it must induce Congress to pass an
act removing cig&iettea from tl 8
articles of legitimate interstate com
merce. Such humiliation of a Common
wealth ii not calculated to promote
patriotism. Under the law as it
stands the manufacture of an article
in a State may be prohibited, but
outsiders cm send in and sell the
prohibited article in any quantity.
We think Iowa ought to be able to
enforce an sntL cigarette law with
out calling on Congress for help. It
is a needless belittl?ment of a State,
The "Union, strong and great,"
owes none cf its strength and great
ness to collisions with the police
powers of the States which compose
it. Washington Tost.
Healthy, happy children make
better men and women of us all. A
little care ami a little planning be
fore birth is often more important
than anything that can be dme
after. On the mother's health and
strength depend the life and the
future of the children. A weak
and sickly woman cannot bear strong
and healthy children. Most of the
weakness of women i utterly inex
cusable. Proper care and proper
medicine will cure almo3t any dis
order of the feminine organism. Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription has
been tested m thirty years of prac
tice.' It is healing, sooth ig,
strengthening. It is perfectly nat
ural in it.f3 operation and effect By
its use. thousands of weak women
have been made strong and healthy
have been made the inoihers of
strong ana healthy children. Tiken
during gestation, it make3 child
l:h; h e y and almost painless and
ins'ireo the well being of both
mother and child. Send 21 cents
m one-cent stamps to World's Dis
pensary Medical Association, Buffalo,
N. Y. and receive Dr. Pierce's 100S
rae "Common Sense Medical Ad
viser," profusely illustrated.
"oh- -t Democrat "Phased" Hot In-
Colonel Robert Ingereoll is a
rapid thinker and usuallv has a rocd
reply on the end of his tongue
whenever he is interrupted in the
;ii4J;S r ; a speech. On one occasion,
however, his gift of repartee fiiioi
hiTi. It happened that he was m;
n nn?ity severe in his abuse of the
Democrats, acting, of course, upon
the supposition that he was address
ing an audience composed entirely
of itepublicans. After he had
about finished his diatribe he asked:
"Is thero a Democrat in thii
whole audience? If there is I would
like him to stand up and teil the
audience ho w he feel3."
in the crowd au
turned on 1 .
"ao you're ji Deaicorni, are you?r'
asked Bob. "Well, now, inn tHl
this vast audience how you feel.
Juct describe your senso.ticns. I
r:-:t thia great crowd to know what
Who doesn't Aotiee.
Zz&Mr- 'YiM&3D& know that horna
the feet refuse to
move, and you
J t Hurley htr: the old :tbV-:
Penn Mutuo.l Life'Iiiaurr,3c- C : '
drag yourself along by pny. They Write ;he brr ohc
li St,SXe i ?a th- 'I'hemwtdeeira'b.oittV:
is something the Fame Mease COSt. bee ihe CODtrJCL hriir-
A Keofh''b! i taking insunce-aleo iI;o i-
if seems to paralyze your en- i tuu uauiAiice.
ergies, weigh you Qov.-ri i
AVn. like lead; and dra you
? l l back with an un?hakeable
clutch. You can't g : t
Hie Jloran : Wrt,f :;?J r-
The guarantee cf fH rr- tr'
&vvay from the misery that pursues you.
t r !J J2l 3.
xou icei uun ana ian?ruiu ana . jv. -.pzriiea : i rm
you t ctltt- is poor, ycur stomach is out ,
Dr. Tierce's Golden 'Medical 'L-i.-cowry to , UlOSt exactlijiz i'ltlci. Mt to
me where, rid Mor-
i? xrr i .
-.-,t v--rk t.-v i -Hn tx vvrignt ar? trv.", -ni-.
f ".;? 'fT) is' disturbed, you are j i 3 brdad enough to cover almost r
Titas U- and "cr inky." There's no xcM . nf ailrv.M . i . , l- t '
v.Iy enjoyment of life. What you need is j ""a 0t ail6nto aUU K) ZuV.Al it.
)r. Tierce's Golaen Medical 'i.'Cov-ry to , uco eAactlijg
tone up your liver and help it in worlritiq tnrjgt . drawn
the impurities out of your blood. The li v- x l? rrr
ha.i a l:ir;
..ire or tins
do and sometimes it gets ovtr-loaded so the
impurities back up on to th;' . : :; . r ora:is
cf the body: the kidneys or -'in or lungs,
and take root, then it's a harder malUr to
clear them out. Wherever thvV ett!e th?v
I r.n l diseases just the s;irae, and the
t : o will cure anv ?v--.o.l di.--..
known to riders every whr-r 41 ot t:
guarantee does not co-er cus
resulting from tUe carrying i jnc
leak preparation inside kt. ,
: By having ri a:-ch Vr a i;v-
..u- i jt.i t-irh. u..-- -a, svellmgs, severe coughs anu I . . '
ev.-n .- -rption. But th cure is a hztd- I '"'lore puinnp id - -r.ni ,.;,
er job . :; chc : trouble has one a? far j puncture, d iollovv'll. vi e lew
thh.t. ir s right way is to go at these im-j , , - - . .
uLntr himpiu mstructiOLj in
t iva i I i .
A deathlike stillness fell upon tb.-3
crovd and the old man rep!ied in a
loud, piercing voice that could ho!
heard uii over ihe nouee: "I reel like
a sound JhazelDUt in a bushel of
A roar of laughter went up from
the crowd and for once the Colonel
was not ready with a good rcsponEe.
ro CURE A COLD I ONE DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. 25c. m!4
Cuban War Indecisive.
The war still goes on in Cuba
with as much indecisiveness as ever
and its final results peem wrapped
in doubt. Gen. Le has doubtless
made a good impression on Gen.
Weyler and has probably effected
much good. When Gen. Lee left
the island for Washington he had
every courtesy shown him by the
Spanish authorities. Yet the out
come of Gen. Lee's report at Wash
ington may be very momentous.
The war is hard on the natives but
is wearing to Spain and even vic
tory for her will be dear.
1 il Tl
Better than either is a Iieiutliy
liver. If the liver is 0. K. the
man is 0. I. His blood is kept
pure, his digestion perfect, and he
can enjoy life and act intelligently
and patiently upon tho questions
of the day. You all know what to
bake. You have known it for years.
It is Simmons Liver Regulator
15-- thh.t. i 2 rigiit way
purities before they take rn.;t, while they
Pr? still 'fio?-iiing in the blood and over-loading
the liver. Drive them out early. You
can do it surely every ,j time, with the
"Golden M-dicl Dicovry."
Dr.. I'icice's Common Sense Medical Ad
viser is the greatest family doctor book ever
p published. It explains hu-
man physiology and the laws
2 tvoST f life and he'alth in plain
yet scientific language. It
has had a tremendous sale ;
680,000 copies at $1.50 each
bound in cloth. The present 1
free edition is the same its
all respects except that it is
bound in string tuanilla pa
per covers. A copy will be
absolutely given away to anyone who
sends 21 one-cent stamps to pay cost of
mailing only, to World's Dispensary Med
ical Association, No. 663 Main Street,
BurTalcs N. Y.
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aogue, a criahuL -. tir !
made in two r;;;nui.-.-, - k .d
aide, witbout n-wr.r t :. f fi(u,
c. 11. batcnha h ivr. :?f. n
Physician and Surgct,.,
AfT PTT.ARAYT j P
Calls received and proi .utl..
tended to at all hours. Cf:ce &
my resrienoo latelv occupied l j Pr
lloose- ib'K i).!
K. L. CRAVEN
Will keep in stock FOUR
GRADES of Domestic Coal
for Stoves, Grates, Furnaces
and Shop use. Hard and soft.
Best Jellico Coal
at $4.25 per ton and upwards.
See Mm before placing yonr
JL T 0 0 k
at - nous
Noldoubtlabout it; weare-better fizzed r
"olease yoiv-inClothinp: thaniwe have ever
0 "t,"" .r
Ft r years you and your f ithers
have found it of sterling worth.
It is and always has bee;. ;
lily bv J. IL Zedin & C
none but the tannine.
Red Z on the front of the yrapper,
md nothing else is tho f -.ra aiv
nothing so good.
w .1iildr6.11 ' 52 Suits
When in need 01 Fire Iv sonnets
call ?nd sea ua, or nte. ipp -e-- )
sent only first-clat ioi: e a-zd ifV.r.
eign companies. j
"Respect fullv, j
We guarantee to save yo"j-:
j4 jc)i if j
U si Li hj 32 i i?
1 s 1 1 j ii is a 1 s "
HATS-AND-C7APS FOR EVFRYBOD '