and Sal Bas.
President Ounnlnjrliam Semis Out a
Circular ol Elucidation. Miow Rea
sons For Iroiulsos to Kaiso Wacs.
Traces Prosperity of the Country to
Silver's Ackno wledeiiient'
Newark, 0., October 1-4. In
aaswer to the many inquiries pour
in in from Alabama to Michigan
OFFERS $1.0 FOR WHEAT.
A FreiorlcU Sri !oaler Will ray
That il llrjaa is elected.
llAQTilLSTOWN, Md., Oct. 14
Much- interest bus been excited
among the farmeis by the proposi
tion made at the Democratic meet
ing held at Mount Pleasant, Fred
erick county, a few days ago, by
and Maine to California, President , n G;mbrin 3 wealthy grain
C W Cunningham to-nignt issued dt,t,er of pre(erick City, who agreed
the following circular letter : t0 buy 500,000 bushels of wheat and
Newark, 0., October 14, 1SUG. j uanu:eH.l to xiy $1 20 per bushel
DfcAKfciK: Replying to your favor therefor in e event of Bryan's
ol all kind, and 4-foot
wood -always wanted-
best prices for same.
We invite an inspec
tion ot all the goods
Concord. N. C
V. B. Anthony & Co.
VARNJSHERS AND PAPER
WE WANT TOUR WORK.
Old furniture made to look as
oodasncw. Mattresses niatio or
renewed ,-wiUi perfect hatisiaction.
Upholstering a specialty- See us.
W. D, Anthony & Go.
a u'-itj v jl
POTTO : !- KL'l.
C ; Cu.vjee.u & I L-tzhT
Good middling 7 20
Middlings .. 7.
Dow middling ; 85
Corrj-:u.a tn jvr.v White.
Bacon , to 75
ISugar-cured minis liio 14
Bulk meats,sides 5 to 7
ggs , I2i
Flour (North Carolina) 1 82
tiary BLOOD VI I sriw
hnmo f1--1035 daya- You can be treated at
homef oreame price ader same guaran
r iy . 11 you prefpr to iia h
out, it la thi SecondaBlooy1"
we guarantee to care. We solicit thii?i2
nato cases and cnaUene-a till" BIOi 5?stl-
case we cannot ewe? Th?. iftS Wo,rId a
k A; disease hi nWnvo
wbi KMriniy, AAgolute proof i7irrul
7 -MMOiao Tempi, CHIcaqo it tCO
of it-cent (iate, making inquiry --biut
f.h nmmisrd increase in v
the Con t rul City Stove Ci 111 pa :i'J
e np'oveo in case Wiliiani J 5ry-
ij elected President, 1 desire in the
ll rat place to assure you that the
published report id true, in the
second place, to aek your pardon for
sending you this circular kt'.er in
stead of a personal rep'y.
The almost countless number cf
communications Bimilar to yr-nrs
that I have received from fifteen
different states makes a personal re
ply impracticable, as it would take
my entire time between now and
election day to dictate eeperate ans
wers. However, I think the following
will answer your questions :
I haye alwa)S been a liepublican,
and have voted twice for McKinley.
There aie twenty molders in our
foundry who have always voted the
Republican ticket. This year we
are for Bryan and the restoration of
Our reason for offering to increase
wages in case Bryan wins is that we
know that the success of our busi
ness depends upon the prosperity of
America, and that the prosperity of
America will only brought about
by the restoration of the silver
Prior to 1873 the iron mo'ders of
.country receiyed from 5U to GO
cent on board." This means that
for every dollar earned, they re
ceived from 50 to CO cents addi
tional. With the demonetization of
silver came a fall m wa?ee up to
1S70, when molders received 25
cents "off board " or o;:ly 75 cents
for every dollar earned.
The BlandiAllison act so stimu
lated business in the west that
greater demand "for the. molders
product in fact for all manufac
tured productswas made. B;'si-
nesc' increased and wages went
1 ii j Serman i;arr-hi-. in?r ':?e'.
cimiJ.ir (il'ect. but 1 1 3 u-n-:.( br.')?:--
r.'tagnarion 10 tnc wesc . n 1
suit nur?y ciders for Liunvf
gcods ' 7( re couiiterr... ?(?
(.-entmi City itm- V-.'. '
ril-ctt of the repeal of
I kov whereof L speak.
A higher tariff law t r:" : v
haye will not, in my opinion, jtu trf.-prospi-rity,
but will ruin' brr-d-ing
trusts. The present tariff lav.
1 believe, is autliciently high to pro-
tecr, aii manuracturers in ir.i-i conn
try and the only thing yet needed to
restore activity to business i3 the
free coinage of both gold and silver
The Central City State Company
whose capacity is 40 to 50 stoves
.1 M 1 1
uay, oners to advance its men a
wages because under free coinage in
creased prosperity will enable us to
do so. We pay union wages and all
our stoves bear union labels.
Mr. McKinley says to open the
mills and close the mints, but I be
lieve by opening the mints, the mills
will open themselves.
Thanking you for your interest
in the matter, Im, very trul yoars,
C W Cunningham.
President Central City Stove Co.
TO CURE A COLD IK ONE DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to cure. 25c.
the nassagti oi
lie offered as r.ccd tccurity as he
gives to the banks witn whicti he
d'Ms. Ofiinbrill stated that he
h-Ml mad'1 a deal with one of his Ke
publican cusfoaiers already to buy
his luot summer's crop at $1.29 a
budhel. iM . Gambrill is a brother
of George '1 vra'nbril), the wealthy
grain speculator of Baltimore.
B'air IV Democratic candidate
for Congr?" . also addressed the
meeting, whh was wild in its en
tuusiasm. Alany farmers around
here sincerely believe the recent rise
in wheat has been caused partly by
the possibility of a change in the
Spencer Blackburn epoke in the
court house here on Monday and
openly boasted that the Republi"
cans had all the boodle they
wanted, and intended to carry the
State, the Congressional district and
Caldwell county with Mark Hanna's
money ? Lenoir Topic.
Yellow fever has broken out
It 3Iay Do Much lor irou.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, 111.,
writes that he bad a Revore Kidney7
trouble for many years, with severe
pains in his back and also that his
bladder was affected, fie .tried
many so called kidney cures but
without any good result. About a
year ago ho bagan uso of Electric
Bitters and found relief at once.
Electric Bitters is especial, y adapt
ed to euro all Kidney and Liver
troubles and often eives almost in-
ant relief. One trill will v ill prfye
our statement. Price 50c and $1,00
at Fetzcr's DniT Stoic.
IV "1 d
'J'!ir4 11:411 t!so St. liOiiis Tornado.
Here is an illustration th;. v r
the wind nnndled thinr. tliirii.g the
tcriiado. This bi;:vc'-? '
tby Dr. Miles' Nerve PJaster
':::. 3n hi". Loui, sum tlxV.c ,
-.iv.i:i i.-.iieh; of cyrup, a. ilro rf
Snrd ftv.d one barrel cf vinegar, Ab-s-oi:iU:i
y the only u.r-injured partR
iirj the saddle and the Morgan A'
Wright quick r,'puir thes, vvLich
x.vcre full of hir when the r.i.chir?e
found. Even if these tirs had
bejn punctured, unless severely
torn, any one of the holes could
have been repaired by the quick-repair
device in them, without trou
ble. Riders of these tires, when
they have a puncture, need only be
careful to pump as much air as
possible into the tire before insert
ing the quick-repair tool. The re
pair can be made in two minutes,
at the roadside, without taking the
tire on tne rim.
771 r . 1 1 i.iiiii.Hi''''" ' . : ' 1 ' " :
Gin-iilatinO ll-cYcod alllcgula-
ncss .ndRcst.Contains neither
Not N auc otic.
Curt orii(t Soda
Jtorm Seed -ilrtrifitd
i Vt'aftrrn cri larvn
ApcrfcctRc-cdy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
tics s andLosS OF SLEER
Tac Simile Signature oZ
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
V h f ;T WJ
1 y j
;' of 1,11":
ii2 ft Vimu
Castoria is pr.t up ia or.e-si:e hS.x .
is not sold In bulk. Dcn't r.'.'ow .r.-:. ' ."
you anything else on the plea cr pro-:; ,
is "just as good" and " v. ill atsTe: f-.;r""..
poae." i""Se6 that Ton get C-A-S-T-O-S'i
DAILY & WEEKLY.
r, n 'o
:n principle, conservative in w.?
vhv l)ut not 3.:-nsational. Devoted to th i;
o'l in;ity, liarmony and prcr : '
.Fid aims are to add tj tL .
, tli- -lvation of tbe
aspirations of its readers.
T would :;ladly fill the mind with pitasantand
thoughts, making life's burdens lighter, it3 d!; -opportunities
DO YOU TAKE IT '.
Given Awn; Tree
To advertise our goods we will
give away, absolutely free, one box
of five-cent cigars,one gold ring and
a Rample bottle of Peeler's Pain
Killer to every one sending us fifty
cents to pay packing and postage.
Peeler Anderson Medicine Co.
Lock Box 1, Kernersyille, N. C
I WANT CVerV man and woman in tn T7nn4
States interested in the Opium and Whisky
uu" u,nc uue 01 my dooks on mese .dis
eases. Address D. M Woolley, Atlanta, Ga..
box 2S2, ana one will be Bent yon free.
Ifj not please try it and see if you don'tjsaj -.that.1 h"
STANDARD is worth many times its cost to you.
J.g D.aBARRIER & SOW,