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CON COlll), N. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22 1896.
Whole NO. 1530
! XI1L INO. 107,
fclah Gndiser Mates a Great
Spleen, Bnt Won't DiTlde Tlihe. :
Mr H A Guder' A8heville, a
17pDUDlau w.ww - ,
000,000 worth of silver per year, lma, Tennessee; California, Mis-'
Bryan's idea would make it $8,000,- souri, Oregon and Washington for
000 per year, making the rich man Mr. McKinley,' V '
twice as rich. j He said McKinley was the politi
me Democrats say that free coin cal star that will guide us safe from
... i .j; -ii age Will make n pmanainn th oil t-Via ;iia fW l7annu;AAH:i.
flflpd a IUH UOUSe OI ail political j --r- -i xxia t-jj.f. wuuiiuauiom is
Ul-"V.- . , . ; . i . . , UUrrenCV. lift thnnorht. lt: urni-tldl ha fra n
,fl,iaaioD8 weaneBaay nigni in ine 4, " . t "ui v
Per8tta8 !r , the opposite. He said that it was
hp wished to sneak no UI01U OI loe
j world that no two
i j ii i . . ,
.h or bitter words. People wanted -.-v ; logetner
S not bitterness. Many ' hard ' hen they did not bae .qnalin.
Svea had been hurled at Popn- tn" ;-".
. i I i
631,000,000 in gold that will flow
out and accord in? to estimates it
would take 13 years to coin enongh
silver to take its place. Thev sav
make more mints. We are taxed to
build these, mints to com bullion
lists by tne uemocrats, one now
they are imploring the Populists tc
come to their aid to keep them from
He did not mean the bolting
Thia ifl a time evervbodv is
.n free. for rich men
donned a Dug-gom ougs, Buyer ;
bags and humbugs. He'd rather be
Bev. J. B. Moose's Card.
To the Editor of The Standard ": ' ' ' . .
Dear Sib : I think it but justice
that you. publish the following:
It is not my purpose to enter into
any controversy with you on the
subject discussed in my sermon. I
do want to state however that it was
by the request of your reporter, and
not at my own suggestion, that the
synopsis of my sermon was published.
By the facts in that sermon I
"stand or fall," And I give myself
He , said the Democrats alwavs , . .
, . m - i - creuit ior oemg Dotn Kina ana
vtauw euuuoiuiug, ireo auu always
" i ,nllinr a ball backward. uu,c "ow imug. ne caiu in ou ir h - fnr Bnff.W 'l, hnmanlk- wL:h
Democrata wanted him to diecues bey wanted a free fight and tjot it. j, D0W groaniDF and dying nnd.r
tie one question, money. Men of free ednoa- Democratic and Repnblican linnor
one idea were said to be fanatics, "7 "" laws, causes me Vto dare to . pu
but he would discuss the money "co VT01i myself in the position to be called
He said there never had been a ruVAV" VWUT uw You do not like to be accused of
time in the history of the party that
c voting for liquor." If you will
He claimed that the
it declared for free coinage till the h bullidn oafiht t0 fi r show na- hoTT anylnan can vote for
n,nnnvAntinn: Tt. rtiri it. fWpn I tIie coinage oi iu , an- nftrf- rhifeh awe it snnnort
to save a ainking ship, and they tie aloaU' denied that the Re- to the liquor traffic, and whose , lead
,ko fiiivM niftnV fmm ti,. pnn. publican party .wanted only eold as ' in. wnj) with th traffln.
.list party in its entirety. Don't circulating medium. He said the, thont ; U ,0a will
the Democrats cut a pretty figun
onian Democrat He told a negro that 8ln.ce he c of '73 sUTer has tKe eighth wiee in -ih- world,g
- I Kon oninprl Mlmh mnrA TAninlv than I . . .
etorv implying that Democrats r T 7 C r.T Ji history.
should be sent to the
for stealing the silver plank, but he cu - - - " is much easier to criticize speaker
iavs it is dead, and therefore shonld . :: - rr 7; , b than it is to meet and answer' his
not be punished.
Did you erer won
der what that heavj
weight I on one side
of a locomotive
wheel was there for?
Anyone who under
knows the need of;
a counter-balance to
equalize power and keep the machinery
going with a steady even motion. With
out it the machinery would wrench itseli
. - . v . ' ... lit. it
outoi snape. it is tne same way wim uue
machinery of the human-body : it needi
to go on steadily, and regularly to be in
good health not befits and starts. The
sudden wrenching medicines which peo
ple sometimes take to overcome consti .
lauon, give a vioieni stram to me mtes
ines which weakens them, so that th
costiveness is afterwards worse than be
What costive teople need is a natural
laxative like Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
which are powerful without beine vio
lent. They move the bowels gradually
and comfortably but surely. You can
regulate the dose -one, two or three
1 Pell ets " exactly as you . need. They
strengthen the intestines to do their own
work, so that after their movements hav
become regular they keep on naturally
The Pleasant Pellet " gently stima.
late and invigorate th liver to throw off
biliousness ; and tone up the stomach to
secrete the digestive juices, and over
come dyspepsia. The entire digestive,
or alimentary, tract is put in motion in
the regular steady way of nature and
health. This is what makes the Pleas
ant Pellets so immensely superior to
the numerous purging pills which wrench
and weaken the system. Druggists may
et more profit out of those other pilli
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$10 tb $18 per week to Men an d
Women for easy home work. No
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Send stamp for work and particu
lars. E. Herrman, 213 South Sixth
Street, Pniladelphia, Pa. o31
J P Hurley has the old reliable
Penn Mutual Fire Insurance Com
pany. They write the best policy
on earth. The most desirable at the
least cost. See the contract 1 before
taking insurance also fire and acci
ut you don't.
The f Pleasant Pellets are tiny sugar
Coated granules -40 or more in a httlf
one-inch vial tightly corked, hence, air
ways fresh and reliable.
Send si on -cent stamps to cover cost of matt
ing only, and gt hl greaJ book. The People's
Common Sense Medical Adviser ; a bsoluttly frebu
Address, World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tlan, N0.-66 Mala Street BufialOr N. v.
Walter Ij.SIaln's Circa.
Tne Morgan Wrla-nt Guarantee
The guarantee of rbe "good tires''
is broad enough to cover almost any
kind of ailments and to satisfy tha
most exacting rider, but the lino
must be drawn som where, and Ju ori
gan & Wright are tiying to make it:
known to riders everywhere that tho
guarantee does not cover, damages
resulting from the carrying of anti
leak preparations inside the tire.
By having as much air as possible
in the M. & W. quick -repair tiro
before putting tbe tool into the
puncture, and following the tew
other simple instructions in the cat
alogue, a permanent repair can be
made in two minutes, at the road
Side, without removing the tire from
S'. Miles' Plain Pills are guaranteed to ston
eackccfeln20 minutes. "One cent a dose?'
Hp Tidicnldd 'the idea that - the
Democrats are friends to free silver hard cold fact8'
He said he stood sauarelv on the
St. Louis nlatform. It demands arid cited the repeal of the Sherman
bi-metallism by international agree: Purchase act j and claimed that
ment The Democrats and Popuv $4,000,000 per month were, lost to
liats say America and all civilized the circulation by it
nations demonetized silver, yet sii-
Yoars in love with all mankind.
J R Moose.
ro CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAT
For the above occasion at Salis.
bury Saturday, October 24h, and
I am done it I Charlotte Monday, October 26th, the
oputnern nan way win sea ucaeis
to-8alisburv . at 2Qceatsui&tc4
Charlotte at 85 cents.for the round-
trip. Tickets on sale day of the
performance, limited day after per
formance, but are not good on the
vestibule trains. Passengers will
please be prepared to make their
own change for above tickets.
He said that over 400 bills for
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
,iMnu,00 f i rfco ttn f silver had been let sleep m Congress, money if it fails to cure. 25c. ml4
lilVUIOVVa M. A. A V au wunu-. mm m. m. mw 1 I
t 1 A v. A mn-minn U Ja TrrtV, Dll. D1UUU iriCU iUf IfCC UUIU
AT CO S i
gold dollar. This ageat l6,17, 18, 19 and 20 to 1 but Wonder if Mr, Ondger thinks
ail were muruerea oy tne emo- tnai ii me vaiue oi Biiver oumon
crats; that Mr. Bryan helped to is doubled so that one hundred
murder the last four, tie has more dollar's worth becomes" $200 that
confidence in Mr. Bryan thanj in all hia 100 hr8e wjU not then sell for
tne rest or tne uemocrais. ne eays hf-onn. Tt pms to nait would. It
as much as a
money question is an international
disease and must have an interna
tional remedy. The Republican
platform had the only right idea.
He said all the money sent out to
foreign missions is sent to silver
standard countries; not one dollar
of it goes to a gold standard conn
try. He said silver adyocates asked
to get down on a level with coun
tries that use silver. They talk of
j following England. He would rather
folio her than to follow heathen
He paid for breakfast in Mexico,
banded the man a silver dollar; the
toan handed: him back a Mexican
Cellar and charged him fifty cents
forjhe meal, because the Mexican
dollar is worth only fifty cents of
our money. Mr. Bryan says if we
get free coinage the Mexican dollar
wili hi worth. 100 cents. Silver
' bullion is only property. ' If I have
ahorse worth $100 and my neigh
bor has a hundred. dollars', worth of
sier bullion, what right has the
goverrilnenfc to double the vaiue of
lieighbor'a bullion property with-
Qt doubling the value of my horse
He said that less than one hun
dred men own the silver bullion and
be Democrats say they are opposed
monopolies, yet they would make
tbe bullion owners who are already
nch just twice as rich as they are,
that Democrats sav that would
ee the price of corn and wheat.
m.m m t. M 4 wn A. J a! I Ann ' TTt - r V
Wo jjuvc .uWu uuiidio tu uuom 8 tou8 if TOacan double the
'73. He denits that the hard times ... - , n . ;if:rt
t . r , , , J T quantity of dollars in circulation
come from the silver legislation. In vou will doable lhe prices of all
1879 we had the resumption of property. Mr. Gudger cant see it
specie payments, and times, got that way
better every year till '92, and all
was booming. He said if silver had
been dead ever since 73 it could not
produce the good times, and that it
had not produced the hard times.
He asserted that protection had
made the good times and thaG free
trade had made the hard times, be
ginning with '92.
High tariff brought prosperity,
free trade brought adversity. He
pictured happy homes under pro
tection and gioom under free trade.
He said he had resigned a place
under Mr, Cleveland that any Dem
ocratic lawyer in the State would
give $500 for. That it brought him
d it be-
- Mm - at -1' - k Fftof's
tluin "'either, is a healthy
f t!-e Irer is O. K. the
S Tr TT f-
.1:3" VJ. XI I H DIUUU' IS hep
his digestion perfect, and he
euipv life ond r.ct intelligently
mtientlv upon the questions
of the dnv. You all know what to
take. You have known it for years.
It is Simmons Liver Regulator-
No doubt about it; we are better fixed to
"corned the idea.
Baid Mr. Hurst received $4,-
3,600 without interfenn
legal practice. He resign e
cao8e he could not endorse Demo
cratic measures any longer, j
He denounced men who hold
office under Mr. Cleveland, and then
say hard things of him. :
He blamed the Chicago conven
tion for its threat to pull down the
Supreme Court, which should not
be political. But he said j the dan
ger will soon be over and there will
be a great 'victory for the peerless
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