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BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
WILSON, X. C, OCT. 22, 1896.
T H E
W 1 I
o Sight Seeing ?
Wdl to see sights that will please the eye and
oc-ct bo;k, we advise you to take a look at the
SiJ-ht " f Baro;aii"s
'v- O'iCIl d' e.'U
CASH RACKET STORES.
,v are sights worth seem- worth buying. Not confined to vote lor that party which
,TV line oi goods out ail.
Make a Telling Talk on the Isues of the
Day strong Presentation of the Silver
Problem- Klectorul Fusion .
The crowd were very anxious to
hear the champion of free silver Ben
j Aycock, of Fremont. The people
Suit know Mr. Aycock's record On the
silver question and were very anxious
to heir the issues discussed bv him.
The speaker said in part : The pres
ent campaign is the most significant
in ou- history. It is the duty of every
man that he take enough interest in
the campaign to study the issues and
to him to be for the best interest of
his country. As before in our po
litical history, all parties have met
and set forth their principles. Is
there anything in these principles that
vice-presidential candidates should ! opinion that, owing to the short time
not stand in the way of our voting j before the election, satisfactory ar-
lor our champion, William J. Bryan.
rangements and alignment could not
I, ii 1 ".1 -l I .1
DnrnnHitP Qii : v. uc cueneu on enner side; ana, mere-
, , , , , . lore would not receive such hearty
ble man and a man who has the cause ! and Joyal support as wouId make
ol the common people at heart. But j success an assured fact.
don't let this stand in the way of elec-1 "Third We entertain no hope oi
toral fusion. Mr. Bryan is fighting b.einS able to make ou a proposi
ti vrr ;fDroc(, rj. j tion which would be acceptable and
ior cur interests. He is an advo- f t , 1 , . .
at the same time be sustained by the
cate and an exponent of an income j luii force Df both political parties,
tax, iree silver, and the interests oi i But we venture a suggestion here,
the agricultural masses of our land. ! which, if adopted by you, would elim
Our condition is had and vrk- it ! 5nate at least one ot" the dangers
wnicn you declare is menacing the
State, the election of the Republican
getting worse and worse. I warn you
to wrest this country from the bond-
nominee for Governor. This sug-
; this store, in its whole history, placed before the people of j cfers ProfPwity to the man who
, i . r - M!s his living out of the ground?
,;:re citv sucn a vanetv oi goods at prices quite soM.n ' t k
vv ill you trust your interests and
those cf your family to McKinley
and his combine ? McKinley, should
he desire to help you in your distress
5 1 would be powerless to do so. Even
his own nomination or his subsequent
actions have not been determined by
his own will. Should he be elected
i he will not determine the policy of
his administration- The same man
who has ruled him for years will de
termine this policy. McKinley is
not to-day a free man, but he is a
Vu; can knock competition clear out of sight. (Excuse the puppet.of Mark Hanna, the great oil
lies and Gents Furnishings, Laces, Corsets
Lions, StationcM-y, Hardware and
Tinware, Soaps, Brushes of all Kind,
age of England and a few Americans. I gestion is the withdrawal of your
This is the land for Americans and j nominee for Governor, and the con
should be preserved by them. ! centration ol the Democratic forces
TffW; u v, u . ! on the nominee ot the People's party
. It there is a man who should be a ; 4r.r r..,.nnil ur r- r
j lor Cioveinor. We are encourage!
Silverman it is the farmer. The j to make this suggestion by the fol-
prices we get ior our products should : lowing declaration in the State Dem
r.Vi Come, see for yourself.
J. M, LEATH, Manager
The Cash Racket Stores,
determie on what side of the ience
you are. You must farm even if
you know that your returns will not
more than overbalance your expen
ditures. You must live, but the
ropes of oppression are tightening
about our necks every day. There
has been temporary relief offered by
the Bland, Allison and bherman acts,
but we have now brought you into
a contest for a decision of the final
issue. These distressing effects are
more onerous to the iarmer" because
his crop comes but once a year, while
the returns of most other labor is con
stant, bo when the hard time comes
ocratic platform, to-wit : 'We declare
our belief that the peace, prosperity
and happiness of the people of North
Carolina depend upon the defeat of
the Republican State ticket in the
coming election.' "
rner nash and Tarboro Sts.
trust king. His nomination was ; 5t hurts the farmer more than any
bought and the same methods of her man. The farmer then should
fraud are being used in promoting his j wake UP an(- rht or that principle
campaign. Even the platform on which will bring him relief more than
which he stands is not an expression ' an7 other class of men. When you
j of the will of the people, but it was , have the encouragement of a return
! drafted by Hanna and Phtt. The ! for your labor by the means of the
j Republicans representing the farmers ; frte silver policy you will feel more j California
; of the West did plea that the silver like putting forth a renewed energy Colorado
I plank be put into this platform but as . in order that your returns may be Connecticut
in other case this was decided by greater. The question to the firmer Delaware
! the same combine. In their platform ' then is he let a few men who dig j Florida
; there is no advocacy of income tax, ': not in the ground rule the price ofi Georgia
Chairman Jones Gives Out a Full Table
Showing ISryan's strength Fusion
Genuine in Many Doubtful States -Itryan's
Chant es U Tightening.
Senator Jones, chairman of the
National Democratic party has given
out a table showing possible sUt-s
that will go for Bryan. In thirty-two
states he says genuine fusion ''be
tween Populists and Democrats has
been effected. Chairman Jones gave
o t the Li. lowing tatle showing the
votes of the respective candidates in
the electoral college.
McKin. Bryan. Doubt.
Cr'.islieil 1"im1t Tons of Kock.
C.:::::yi'A! k. Vu., O-;. A tcrriMe
Rft-iiU-nr v;-c-.irtvil at t!u J'.rioniino at May-ii.-ltl.
v.'hi-,-h !-i'suHctl in tin- iiisi.int death
Oil(.h:i Vnli.i-ki and the serious if not
i'atal i:)i;irv 1" (m-al and Frank
t no primus
of financial relief, nor a his products at Hill. All your inter- j Idaho
wora oi condemnation oi trusts and tl1 1,1 U1- iipui mcsc ; uunois
combines. Those men who have trilsts and monpolies and this is what Indiana
-IwIik.k'!:: i upon
inrl in a (!i-;itch
iat I'lv-ai. n: CIhVv'- iiiJX wlit-n a .i.-rtion of tho roof fill ami
ton-; !'i r-K'K covt-ivd tiici.'i. ir tooic an
i:i Culvi in a
in o;:-:ht to d -
made, their iortunes by grinding is promised by the Democratic party, j Iowa
I lie i:. jii we-re en, paired in Mast- down the people are the same men -lr- Ay cock tnen went into a dis- I Kansas
who ore to-day promoting the cam- ca-um ot State matters. He showed j Kentucky
,inu h ur t; rea. h (he vietim. and Cveal and p?lign of McKinley gokb Jgism.
They feared to declare against silver,
r--::.i ' even
Wailvt : were remove 1 from the debris ter
ril )y . i ria'd and almost .-ainocated. Po-li;i-!:i
was mutiialed heyantl reeornition.
F';ir:' from Cistrette Smokiiig.
X::w ni-NS'.vn.K. X. .1.. Oet. 1'.'. Harry
.-liiilr.'.. J'! veal's o! !, was. re!!i;ved to the
lortiiin nations lavored it. Is it nat-
r':o on i :i- a ae
v!n:u on sat wrdav. He
ii o:;eessive ei.ar- in
si- n:t:eh as twelve aek;ires, and threats
and i treaties failed to eo::viiue him of
the v:-r , his w;;y. Six month, a.o the
('.-; :!. tohl iiim ::' he did iiof stop he
. sent to 'An' a -yluni. This fri;rht-t-::e.i
him, 'ait iv c ::! iimed to smoke.
L.vsn ;! 1 1 i Point of Ic tth.
Vast;!N,. i(,v. o.-t. Hi. Chief Jr.-iicc
Wi'.l'am A. Iiieivrd-.n. ,f t!. e airr of
i ta'tm. is SvliL' at t In point oi" death at
the diff-rence between the vile, vindic- Louisiana
tive principle represen'eu by Russell Maine
so covered their tracks by j utti g in ai'd that represented by Cy Watson, ' Maryland
the clause about bimetallism. When exponent oi anti trust laws and ; Massachusetts
iree suver. His ehsussion ot . the Michigan
Democratic government oi the last ; Minnesota
twenty years was very effective. i Mississippi
so Fi-siox. ; Montanna
ural that the countrv from wliicn w
sc nerated ourseivts ov lurce en
arms would at any timo be willing to
promote tur jtrosperity by declaiiitg
Me to us
Tlr.s is the same countrv
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;n h - city. He i- sti ;';"ofi 1 1 lt froni
itioti of disase-. aad ovi:ir to
v.l a-. Ti
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.en ii ii--ven-iary
.; (1 doitii
:.,-, I ( :;hi
i -eif de-
wltieh Is today crushing the lite out
of Ireland. ShouM the gold stand
ard be lasttrad ."ti us the cry tor lib
erty will rise irom America as well as
from Ireland. Those who are op-
us do :t'.u :i 'd moment, con-
! tisntiiiitff witl not lone Vimtlitw Meet- ( eW Hamp
. T. ii. 1 1 ; ;io . i- r ' i voi t-a t !i lo!im.
sur this but are h
n n itltel'eetS.
What was dot
a it; Tin
o.te ..t Si
a. i !',)'.:.
te at CI
d in e:;
o L'. i;
The Democrat! j Executive Com- Ne-
mittee thinking that Russeilistii was Xcrth Carolina
advi n.ing too r.-pidly in the State Nth Dakota
thf-ught it advisable to make an at- : Ohio
remta to r,:.ve complete nisioa witli Oivoon
terms wore that the IVnnsvIv rra
Iven Iieur. Covernor Rhode Klar.d
a.i otner Mate
ivpu::-ts i,o gi
and a tair c .
- ::ia :
j i e.-s r.
were ti.So ee
;e j . 1 1 1 e ii: lA.
included in the agreement. The
.a nad a 'o:
tiiere a s::
;r,n-!c l'o.: :i.i-v-d", '."vai!y !r;;v:ieit.
!.:. ;:-. ( c. I'l.Tae aa :: aae-e I-ark
...us. Captain i'in'o. htiilinc from tiiis
, . v;h h -ail vl t'r.ea Cardio .a () T. 1
! -iv. 1 in a -ate -a t.
l . .! ; a -
a- wa- a
p;ar:k m tit a . p:at
ir-t aid the fan:
c; iU'Urv Fhore
t he mo 'Sit ton
.. i,: o,
V . i i i il
in Rtileign Thurs
of acting on tins
nvo of the
h-iof. rakf-n their stand with.
0 a a ... !;,.;
i ;:i .ali.-oa.
1 ;' v." m i
' ' 'a i ire lire
a ia Aj.h
5 and an
, : coal
;; ore ir.aae
'.'le ere-.v in til- naati
;'!: iiiit against the
'''at waif!- was reached
in -;ve arrived at the
1 in., oi'd'-ers aiul men.
:v a total luss.
(;;:l!;:in H ut to StiUi.l Trial.
; fOct. "17. Captain John
!-'rl v.v - y.t.-fda.y h-! 1 in 1 by
ai-lofa'r h.dmtuuis on
r ranks is a man wnos
eU"'v i a'dO'. ei siiv.v. -nd
to ih-- laboring- man
- was soent in ins
v. t:s .dr.
rv;ord I'd0wmg answer
S- ut h 1 ak'da
Y:r -un a
,-S U.--,:-: :
n::ed voice ci
.'a'.-r. was suunnttcd
m b v veiir c anniittee
in Aunust. our cormmtleo sumn
to oar ehairn
law-, i v s--dil!L' on t" t a
tion a-aia-r ih- Spa nidi :rv, rnment.
: His ea-e will he c;.l!ed for trial lite taird
, Xion.h.y in Xovemher. The military
: vt.,..iiii;!!i ni. m u-'nirh the charge is l;aef-
1 v "'"--' ; p. ,
i wis in.ir us rne .: u.., ,t.nv..i
of our political
hi- cd iracter
a counter pn'Oi-.-.tn;:':,
makes his living by
cle. Uoth his publ
r ; complete e.nel comoact
- ' -avf-r t irrs ra:t err
uian va.u:-",v-' L
n: : n ;j;
, "be-cond Isnouai such a co-opera-
"i,u '- -- tion as is su'jirested and contempla-
s'-nds (d i 1 ..'U,
1 - T
and -cw er.-e'
t'n.at tli e-e States wouo
vjtes ior Dryan, whu : '
cra.s oi I .a looked u(.
as sale lor Dry an by a Rr.
li. it State.
li.lt'.l!. I15IMtI..IliItillti-1AV'" - . .-
inn. me i,., Anrordo t.n Aur. nr, chr-v.vs t tat ne is on me tioe o; i ted he lavoraLav considered hv our i vou want to uuv a noon walr h
i l (.1 1 1 I 11113 L'.Ji w iVJi XV1L VIU .H.u-.. - j . - - j j ,-
d la?:. t,e people. The confusion over, our ' committee at this time, we are of the I cheap -o to J. J. Privett tine jeweler.