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BY JAMES P. COOH.
OFFICE IN CASTOR BUILDING
51 ':;-4jdrtrt! is published every
day (Suiiday excepted) and delivers
, ed by earners.
Ouoyer.r 34 00
Six 'v-nntbR 2 00
'i'xli .uuiKh 1 00
Quo month 35
Simple copy 05
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Comcgu. N. a
CONCORD, JULY G, 18P5.
common place, tut the principles
involved arc yery importent. There
have been persons who claimed that
it makea no difference whether the
material of which money is made,
contains value or not. Theorists
sometimes assert that governments
may make money of anything.
They claim that the stamp and not
the material makes the money.
The trading and commercial world
has however never found it expe
dient to adopt a money with no
material base. Men who have
something to exchange, haye always
preferred to exchange it for somen
thing, and not for government cer
tificates which certified to nothing.
As was said in the beginning men
are not- go veined by sentiment when
It comes to matters of trade. They
will not have the busiaeea of the
country.baeed on a kind of money
that may be changed in ratio and
volume at the meeting of every
congress. Governing iita in times of
great emergences ma' ioicj loans,
but no government bus ever beon
able to dictate to commerce and
jtraue what the medium of exchange
the Allium bad no business to jor what the money shall be. The
e; I ::::din,r it out into
of money from any person as a
license tax for- such performance,
when the same is manifestly unlaw
ful and has been so declared by the
people of Texas through their legislature."
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.uued Troin first page.
canal:: telling people by its stamp
or ceilific&te that it is a dollar.
I, a tick of Hour and
b-r-l. or stamps it 98 pounds.
it become a 3ack of floiu?
is th miller's certificate
1 r- t-:
Complete Eecovery by the Use of
" Some years ago, as a result of too
close attention to business, my health
failed. I became weak, nervous, wad
unable to look after my interests, and
manifested all the symptoms of a de
cline. I took three bottles of Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, began to improve at once,
Just Think of It--Wei Save
You Money on Nearly
and radua!:y im:rc;i.
one hundred and twenty -five U t'.vo
Ti undivd po;:?! Sin.-o then, I and my
funHy have u--d this iiu-dieim. when
needed, and f arc all in the bpst of
he;iit-, a !.-? which we attribute to
Ayer's Sars;i;.-i -ill". I ! n h:l-
j dren wouUi haw l.wn f-jth'-vlcss to-dav
had ;t m-t l-.'ri fcr Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
of which p:. p,r itivU I cannot say too
C'f 6 -
hdj be:j i called Christopher Cc-lux-bu,,
George Washington, Uncle
Sam oi any other name that miLL
hi -j'i suite J the fancy of our fore
ftibLcis, but foi reasons satisfactory
to tbc-v.vAves and we have no cause
to find fault'with it, theychese the
nuiw d:-i!'ir, a name vrhioh after
Icj,; ut "Ft hava ri'j iLcIinalion or
dc3:r to cnane. A different name,
iiovei'cr, would not haye affected,
'the wei-'it and fineness of the
m-iI, it would still hav
'16.6 of otandard gold, and
Tvoulu iiwV.j been voidi just a.: much
reason is b,ised on the very simple
principle that if a farmer does not
want your money he will keep his
corn. 'ht is the bottsm of the
whole theory, if indeed there is uny
theory about it. Governments have
never been able to do ijjero than to
enforce the fulfillment or coo tracts.
...cl: conu:n3 OS pounds of Commerce and trade make the con
The government stamp is the tracts, and if the ovoi nmcnt c?res
c-,: .- . ..;t's ctrtiilcate that the in U all it muse do pi at the end of much."- H. o. Hlvso-. Postmaster and
'' ... . ' .... mL. . Planter, Kinard's, S. C
piece ci metel contains grains : tne transaction. iue gutjruuieui
d gold. The piece could i gays that 2'j.S grains oi standard
gold shall constitute a dollar.
Commerce and trade accept it now,
but should it be found advanta
geous to make a change the change
would be made regardless of what
the government said. All new
contracts :vould hi maiT'j in accords
ance with the projcd change.
All that the gcvernmmta can do, is
to make coins suitable ffr trade,
some of greater and some of less
value. If people will not take the
been coins after they have been made,
the government has no x y of forc
ing them to take them. The best
tee appellation of Uncle j the government can do in that; case,
;.r is under the name dollar. 13 to make coins that the people will
Ayer's Si Sarsaparilla
RtCEWifiC MtOAL AT WURLO'S fAIR. :
AVER'S Piiia Save Doctor's Bilta.
In V.:.:.': ;.i?e instead of having oris
' do-Irr, a person would have had one
XJnck m. Instead of paying one
doilu: fir two bushels of corn, he
tpouZ'.I v? .7 one Uncle Sam. In
vh;. ' a:e he would paj 25. S grains
of .U nine-ten ths line, that is,
2')P gn-'viS of standard gold.
"p us farther to get :i clear
-.Yhat mo oe j is kt a traiii-
ihzi (., customer itdo & stcre
slu pur:h3ses a hat paying one dol-
in a common way we
he. bough: a hat and paid a
ddla: Llt it. Probably that is the
b- iliJ. words will do for u, and
so ,0 be-.iiGed. It is cer
ti,Lij u rery shvit way of telling
ihil 100k place. But, did he really
buj a ii.-ic, and did he really pny a
dollar for it ? Did he not ratner
1 buy a something called a hat, and
gWo in exchange a something called
a d:I':y; ? Did not the something
called a hat have value, and did net
th& smithing called a dolUr haye
jala'i 'Vas not value excharged
lor sal 11 . ? Was net the value of
the dollar given for the value of the
aat, and the contrary ? The cus
tomer thought the hat would be
worth as much as 01 more to him
than the dollar, the merchant
thought the dollar would be worth
.as niuoh a3 or more to him than the
ihat, the exchange was made, the
merchant giving the value which
the hat contained, the customer
giving the yalue which Fas con-
tddre.?.? to H E JBuck-
len & Co., Chicago, and get a free
sample box of Dr King'a New Life
rills. .A trial will convince you of
their merits, These pilld are easy in
action and are par tic alary effective
in the cure of Constipation and Sick
Headsche. For Malaria and Liyer
troubles they have been proved in
valuable. They are guaranteed to
be perfectly free from everydeletes
rioua substance and to be purely
vegetable. They do not weaken by
their action, but by giving tone to
stomac and bowels greatly invigor
ate the system. Regular size 25c,
per box. Sold by Dr N 1) Fetzer
State Couajtrllr Tiiiley tHy
its Projector: a St Hack.
Austin, Tex,, July 3. State
Comptroller Finley yesterday gave
the projectors of the Corbett Fitz
aiuimons contest of Dallas a set
back ;n a letter to the tax collector
of Dallas, He says :
"After careful examination and
consideration of the question pre
sented, I have reached the conclu
sion that, while' the act of 1889 pros
vided for an occupation tax of $500
for every fight between man and
man has been decided by oar Court
of C-iminal Appeals. You are
therefore respectfully advised that
this Department will not attempt
to legalize the proposed pugilistic
encounter in this State by kthe isn
suance of a license therefor, or by
M A N 'J FA CT U R T: K S O F
PLAIDS AND SHEETINGS .!
AN DESALT BAGS,
i ill liiii
Four foot woodalways wanted
best prices for same. We invite en
inspections of all; the gjodallwo
A Paying1 InveHtuteut.
Several heuses and lots a:d hi;: j
ing k.i ?it Forewt ll'M '. . i
ply to m G ,
j21 lwk iitul EoLtc 1
Musquito netting fc yd.
WMte ducking for ladies
and children suits at 10c yd.
White checked nainsook 5
English long cloth at 15c yd
Crinoline iic yd, whalebone
dress stays c bunch.
loc rubber lined shields 10c.
. Machine thread Be.
28 inch colored shirting 4c
Special line of ladies black
and colored hose at 10c worth
Uents hermsdorf black seam
less sox at 12c.
Washable Windsor ties 5c
Silk " " 15c
laces just in.
hair pins 10 c
Silver or black belt and
skirt pins only 2c
Castile soap 2c, butter milk
One package of 12 boxes of
matches for 10c.
hoe blacking lc.
New lot of closing; fans
up including feather fans at
2 and 45c.
Job lot of gents41 and boys
linen collars 5 and 6i cents.