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XOL No. 104.
- " v l uuruujK 30 1896
MR. BRYAN TACuLES a' POSErT'
Vhether the Workingma's Dollar will Buy Less Under a Free
Silver Adn im ,
', jt'iDnal, Xcn York:
uc ion that is
as we get free slvcr fic purchasing power of the workingman's wages
THE --VTYSS W a-: 15.;
' ,, .he sense in which he vo ds t T " ' , ' worlcipg for now. 'l want
number of do,,;irs that the ,;lb,)ri,lf? mm rana IZf .Stt
!. . ...
, r w' en vou whether the 71 feT
Mo :v 1:1111 that, you also have to consider that under the pn n whnn , . . .
y.Mi i. hard to find work aKain, and that every r " "S nen a man loses his
i". -luniher, who stand ready to take his pi ... ,. . V
; !-t that the conditions that will he brought about by the tree coniae of silver, the increased
! or work in order to supply the ods which will be consumed when thepeople are 0
,:m. and the ;ncreas.n. wa,cs which will come with a greater demand for labor- L "t
n tne,e tlnns are considered, the workinrm:m will receive more and that he cm hUv
.c .., :;er waes winch he will receive under l , c ,ovv with the few 'dollars
vr . r ihc -old andard. and then his employment will be more permanent
, ,v you a test I challenge you to find an instance where the laboring man ever suffered be
I , ne 'nnetalhc standard. I hey tell you that prices will rise. I believe that general prices will rise
, y,u that that means sui erin to the workingman. I want you to look back over the period when
: - iHlf s: aVd 'U Wlllihnd lh:lt times were the best times that theworkinffrnan ever had
lie not only had more steady employment and better wages, but the property that he had also rose'
y ,1 his wage, buy more per dollar, the property that he owns goes down in value as the doll
that the laboring men have never indorsed the gold standard in any nation that has had it
i!;a v ,; -V ll, T thf bf'uts t'10 Kld standard Presented to laboring men by people who do not labor's
v!!t:i you fmd that the bloMiig, brought by the gold standard are so disguised that a financier has to spend.
, o .tmg the campaign pomtrig out those blessings to the laboring man, who cannot discover
.1: .iin .lie ponueu oiu. um ui u:ui-rsiana wnat tne gold standard has done for the laboring man.
WILLIAM J. BRYAN.
As auiiouLeed in -the Standard
Sir. i 1 1:1k I Osborne spoke in the
. .v Friday night. He ad-
himsi If to every class of his
bnrer?, which included a number of
iauitr.-: id evt n the school boy
IK- .c-oilled the fr it that not more
tfcan - ;ght months ao few Demo
crats would hnv claimed pucceea in
Va r ' 'tior, rii m if the party had
.ie hfv? of Jefferson H
?r;-'-.' i.'ito new life and would
aarcl. 0 victory on the 3rd of No-vpuib-r.
' vfrlt -.vith otthetic force on
Weevils of the trus" . There are
bout one hundred and fifty of
! ' u. -lid the laws of our
re not sufficient to prevent
f v. 0
it. hio message reconi'
;ttee room in the
that such action will effect interna
The speaker was logi .1 in his
treatment of issues, witty in h s
manner of expression, saicastic in
his answer to absurd charges against
Democracy and happy in the meas
ure of freedom from wasp things
for friend or foe.
From a letter written by Rev. J.
Guuderman. of Diamondale, Mich.,
wo are permitted to make this ex
tract: I have no hesitation in re
commending Dr. Kind's New Dis
eo very, as be results were ost
vf-'-oi ihe casa of my wife.
While I vas pastor of the Baptist
church at Rives Junction she was
brought down with pneumonia
succeeding La Gi!pe. Terrible
paroxysms of coughing would last
nours whh little interruption and it
seemed as 11 she could not survive
riend recommended Dr.
A f ,
"vre of "jo.
.u . -.3 r 3 bave no hearts
:;o "'Mg to drun.
' ked n to p' p howjirg
2 if they were goin. to
z .w ,X!nTy, or for represen
bj -r."' vpp ; for a cold
T:rrr ALr-'.f T)ififnn Prv if. too a nni'(ilr
! tHc1 and that three bills U3-1 its work and highly satisfactory
; ,,1-,, fp.;rti
Fotzor's Drug Store. Rguler size
GUc ffud SI. 00.
K:ar C;!l(hvpl the Victim.
Some sneaking, dirty, contempti
ble r-'C'i, who is afraid to make
himself known, stood on the out
side of the court house yard Thurs
day night nd chunked a rock at
the hnd boys, the missile striking
F,1. Caldwell on the right temple.
It was a mean act, and if the tar.j ,
Tbe Concert Tonfirhft.
The dime concede to be given at
the elegant home of Mr. and Mre.
John P Allison tonight will e an
excellent treat to the music lovers
of the- city. The managers are
greatly disappointed at not being
able to secure the male qaatette,
but have arranged a pro-am that
will in every way be pleasing to all.
The recitations of the two visiting
young ladies, Misses Mercer and
Allen, is a feature of epecip' oh'oifi
cance. In addition to the program
that fol'owii, there will be r ' .?rous
other productions :
' Pi-no Solo-Mrs. Rolan ' V s.
Recitation Martin Luther Can
non. Duette, Voc- Mi - sea Calaway
Solo, Flute Willie FeUer.
Recitation Miss Mercer.
Solo Mr. Pool.
P.. .0 Solo Mary Young.
Duette, Vocal M5n H- and
Recitation Miss Allen.
Solo M? '3 Calaway.
Trio Misses Stuait and Hajrls,
If r ou could look
ahead a few months
and see -what was
coming from those
epelxs of weakness,
loss of appetite,
wasting of flesh
and energy you
wouldn't wait for
disease to get a
grip on you. You
would begin right
away to tone up
with Dr. Pierce's
LOOKING AHEAD. Golden Medical
Discovery. It doesn't work miracles;
but it does what other medicine can't do
and what doctors say can't be done un
tiHhey see it done right under their noses
it cures consumption. Not always ; to
say that would be an exaggeration, hut
in a large majority of cases ; in advanced
cases which have been given up as hope
less. The "Discovery "Is not called a con-Riimption-cure
; it is a blood-maker. It
gives em rgy to the blood-making organs
to creat e new blood, full of health v reel
r.orpuscv.;. This rapid supply of pure,
rich, re i 1 lood drives out all diseases that
have their roots in the blood : Consump
tion is one of these ; scrofula, malaria,
eczema, erysipelas, catarrh are others.
It is absurd to doctor them separately as
lung, or skin, or head diseases. They
must be driven out of the blood. You
can rely on the "Golden Medical Dis
covery " to do this every time.
It is not a patent medicine It in the
perfected result of 30 years, practical ex
perience by one of the most skillful phy
sicians and eminent medical authorities
in this country: Dr. R V. Pierce, Chief
CV'isultir.jr Phvsicihn to the Invalids' Ho
tel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.
: Dr. Pierce's 1008 pag" book, "The People'
Common Sense Medical Adviser," reached the
.enormous' sale, of 6So,ooo covins at $1.50 each.
This enormous sale having paid him a fair profit
011 tne Kreat amount of labor and money ex
pended In pr6ducinj it, he is now giving aWey
absolutely free 500,000 copies, the recipient only
being required to mail to him, at the above insti
tution, ai one-cent stamps to cover cost of mail
Itia only and the book will be seat post-paid.
FIRE INS PRANCE.
When in Heed oi Fire Insuiance,
call and see us, or iite. Weiepre
sent only firstclai Home and For
Woodh oe & Hai.bt
MORRISON H. OALDWEL
CONCORD. N 0
Office in Morria bui Idinij, c pposite
J F Hurley hae the old reliab1
Penn Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany. They write the best policy
on earth. Tl.tj most J.uae as lv
least cos. See the contract before
taking insurance aVo fire and acci
The Morgan A Wright (inarnntrf
The guarantee of the "good tir
is broad enough ocov.r aimc-ac hLj
kind of ailmen's pud tn satisfy th
most exacting rider, tut the ii.it
must drawn somewhere, and Mor
gan & Wright are tryirg to msko it
known to riders everywhere that rhp
guarantee does not cover damia--resulting
from the canning ot anri
leak preparations ji.afue the t'
By having as much dr poi k..U
in the M. & W. quick-repdr tir 1
before putting the tool into tb
puncture, and folio., mg the fe.v
other simple instructionrf in it e cat
alogue, a permaneut repair c.t Y
made ij two minutes, at the rn !
8ide, withoui le noviiitj the tire from
A T a O B
' 5 ,(
1 : J i 4
C. H. BARNH1M)T, II. D
Physician and Surcou ,
MT. PLEASANT. JM. C.
Calls received and piomntl v ; f
tended to at, all hor.r. Vrc
my resdenre lately ? :,cu by I).
Moose ! x
jUt ' T-ct to the Sunr' Oo'-Jrt. as j
JH' 4 in the Cl.!Cr rilitforro,
?: v: e'ect-: i on
- ..- jueriii-.'d tic
r.i, ;uid t.: .'it uiidt-:r
This Is YourOpportiivilty.
On receipt of ten cents, c-h or
statriDfl. a i?eneroua flamniw will bo
not very careful he will go to the ma1Terd ofhe most popular Catarrh
?rd H,"V Ffifffir Hit-h nlTr'q Prpm
Clolliiog - i - Cannon
;tt3r fixed to
No doubt about it; w ar' b
ul6c;. yourirL'Clothinthar we hav,
r, -iid th:t
'3 3 in-
j CUii V I Lis,
! -;3i ir".nv
Balm") aufficient to dflmnnfifratn its
il !i! 1 1J a. ' . .. .
Humonues snouiu put on great merit. Full size 50cts.
co oufficient to prevent a ELY BROTHERS,
the rocksthrowing ra3- iG barren St., New York City.
. ,;c f- Tohn Reid, Jr., of Great
..ngered h, hu !.,. . jQt recommeiJdcd EIy,g
t our ciuuead two
Boys' Suits, latest
The "dvre kind of de-ln?ent
r-r-t. thnt nitrnt.
: m ialm to me. I can empha
size his statement. "It is a nosi-
ready and if it is net ;" f,,e for catarrh if u?d as di-
1 . 11 - ' ' T "m TTT i- t
. --iev. rrancis w rooie,
P .or central Presbyterian Church,
- ' -
:-'npnr:?sod tnere may be trouble of
finite i ?"rious nature next Tuesday
rori'KF. Al'OLDIS O'E It A. Y
- ::v.tive Bromo Quinine Ta
, All druggists refund the
.o've v if it fails to cure. 25c. m!4
. re guarantee to save you
Uifirl fln Whf can thin
rrttlXft fn Haa.. .V.w . t. ... I
Write JOHN TVEDDEHBtJRN & CO.. PV at ttor- t
4: JvJiUiA"l w- ioeir pri23 oiler I
nd of tW9 jUunlred tuTentiona wanted.
HATS AND CAPS FOR EVER