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Evening Times (Newspaper) - August 13, 1896, Cumberland, Maryland Last Edition 197 0 clock UMBEBLAND. MP.. THURSDAY, AUGUST Ts, 1896. He and Scwall Heard by Thous- ands in New York. KU'KIVKJ) NOTiriCATIO.V. I'livi'rnur for JJriiiu it y.-iitic, Jon- RS IJryan of Nebraska, Democratic providential candi.'.ate and Arthur Si-w- ail of Maine, vice pn-sidon- were formally i.oiificd in lUadjMin Square (..'iirden, li.st mKht. of tho action of th.j Chicago con von tion. inventor Stonu of Missouri made, the notiiic.ition Mr. Jiryan replied lumt-.s sju-ecli, bnOIr. Suwall only sjKjJic hoth stroii-rlv advn- plat form and'acceiit- JlIK till; Iioilliliutiotl. iirobtibly people in in the hinloin-. ,Many JX'tnocrats on the. and in she bd.xiis Mrs. llryan was an int-rcst- Jnj: of Xtv.v pri-siurd at the Th- x-a.st audience was wildly enlhtis- iJistic and it xva.s ininut'-s bel'oro Mr. Hi-van cotild ..peech' to tin- ovation Hivi-u liim. Sir. Imirni.iii. (i.-ntl..in. n th- e HMllKl IllfA 1 shall, nl j, future
1 i; coic-i the inioine In, M.I I. Our eriilcs, so l.ir as ply Ihe ll.ii'ic anarehisi lo xv. i .-land upon ih.-n plank of i he platform. It 'must d ih.il we citpiv-slx IiiiMJiiu- c of that ion so as it as a par! ot th law of the Theic is in platforn no "f an aiicmpi to.hspinei ant of ll.e supreme court. The simply lo Use "all the cnustitu lional poxx-c.- xvhich remains alier ilia; dc i-isjon, or xvi.'i.'l, m iv come from ils rvxei-. sal liy the IMIIH as ii may her.-after K cotis'.itntcd." Is there a.iv disloyally in that For iMiyi-.n-s Ihe court of the I'niled States lias sustained tile i- the only niet.il l! the.x fa, i de-notis et mav exnect then, io point .in i.'..- .-.Us "old aa-l defend lalbsm as t" II'. ll. oil the rll.m.l. v.-n-e ]h. jr u.-r-i, s th- p, nuam-nt standard, tinder coxer .artiion in r.-ixor ol interna- bum: t am jiist'C. tli.it .-e.iano: lie ,v J' Irii'dsi.r ,1 nollestly U h.it i-, ih- t-st of ii. x it ceriamly 1S '.xx.-rof ihednllar. nr-.h-olmelv h'on.'.sT ne'r.u n he ile v.ii.-i, axer.i-e s is as a, I, I rol. I.-ti, rhbn. noxx ol the I niversiivot am! one of lushest tandard uii-s. in on" l'i- nut only admit lot Ii-m.im ali-olntelv x.ilue Ie 1 IK n- as a M.-cid.-u-d of xahie lorfulm sol. -Hide 1 I. .'ppot'-nts (or They I'.le lie---- dciiosilol-s -t.itidard. I.lit these 1.1 .-n't. If in I iiov. ,i iii.uer -Mli't f O." !-il. tl.at.'l' .-iniinur ,1 ;o x.uho.- i re ither in t'. id or ilxer. .xiiirb n ill. il ot i: 1 ''pi- I it" .'I'M n. n.cans of an nnislrui-ti ,n .1 .'--h! stat.n.m! Th, -In s the e .ri'im; po-.xef ..i 1 ns, rciiia iln iii, ,1 ami j, n. I' it. the I t. -o o. hard limes, ties business .MVI.J, Mandaul h'.ih li-s.cMs e ".i' I hr.'.iiens il e pd i !-eir n- ..-x I'siy. i.'ic !al. Ts i s, rim, he .idjiisied t, l J.ose pay years ll.'.s conn sustained, xvillioiu a x. an ii iconic laxvalmosl eiillv 11 i i ii f j ll I I t 11 i I 4 M J throxxii; h.'i.-r.ot a future i-..tn; as much rif-dil to reiii-n to the judicial pice-dents of a cent nry the prevent court hail depart from When coin-is allow iv heariiiKs Ihe admit that error is pisMhlc; tin'Into decision against the income I.ix was rendered by n majority of one after a S i t j, i 11 it IH ihai a niiill inle standard, xx i. tin- upon .vllin- niinihi r of articles of -'enet-iT xx.uild he ;l andard than cith, r silver or oth.h, cause Ion-tiineeontr.ict wo'nhl icreliy he ils matiu-jty bv the line a.s y.a.s Vivon in _____ It claimed that! ..nnom.-t.-.IIiMi. _or or anv' I ion foxv- hm each S s f in h.Ils ii ,ni j-ontma. xx. hrrvvivn t.ie tax eater a.iu- dcnxe tlvir support from pr. .-mil uiii only enjoy tlicrt- is- prosperuy tl.u-r create wealth. stainl-u-.l xvouid. if xxorid. i d-s-rn. tion s'.lxer Ullj, x-ll'i' '..l.-t ,ixe a ,-lieet ,1! f'l'.n. i. yii a JJA'-d in mon.-v. xxoiii.l enoriaoiisix Veiv'ot'uer 1- i' that the inx-cst- ixhi. h xi.-ld a return I., X c.-.ll je.., the de-triletiol, 01 sjl- v-i- i! h ..tnpl.ieeiiey. We mav not h. i- of proi.-s: tn money a '.i-pr a.-id tinlair ..x, exery oih.-r of pr-i-M-rty." If .h.'I.'laJIV, IV xx hose xvealtl, .olisists m ,lt, ,lt u-e lullor to enhance of I not the rc-t of i he j. ..joe ne ,0 ,0 jjj, 'I'..' .1" ol ,i s-atid.ii-a Of tin- lii-ld officers- only txvo snrvi S. Cem litL- MIL'S ol the lii-nnmla l.-Iami-. xx-asa t-- MeKinl-y .satin th of San th timteilly ami the jires- '.-y.i.ioM n..; credit and carreir-y. do l.noxv whar you t'un.. :t. but I believe that ir is u h-rr rhe mills i nit, d .-latex to rhe labor of .Vmer- than to n ,ip i( of wi-rld. of -yiju ar> i-.sov, r. and over tint w.is s0 imijorr- to ;ls the Jiouer. i.e.said tiiat the nmsr i-nj-nrtant -atim Mibhe credit ant! ''rviij'' it fcu (lay uuC JOT in othfr but m our Btore they are ooly 2yc. You Luv them cheaper of na than tnerchanie are able to Luv them. At ties that you pay 25c for, at orxMitore, At OneBi-lbriirgan Under- regular made culls, French neck. theoOc. Kind, our price oi I Oravi-ers to match. Ladies line ribbed elk crochet neck, taped; crochet e 1 t l In1 nnd collects from other eii ens ler-s ihnn their share, l.s Minplv an in- ircct menus of tr.insforriits one niim's; ......ll. .-_ I io imnther m.m'.s' vlillo the process iniKht, lx> iinesatae- n i whooscvipe utxution O.SOI U.C, X standard o! Milne. I'mler Uith and the wonrhi and llnciicss of the dol- lar. it, xvitli ie-al teudi-r ijnalities and then opens tlio mints unrestrict- ed b-avinp the Ihe ilollar to i.edetermined the uiirn- her dollars. JJimctiillisin ;s monometallism, it j-ives us pel-reel dollar-that a dollar i.nxaryinLf in it si jmxxe'r niaUe.s.-i nearer to slabilitv, to honestx, to justice, ihaii a possibly can. Priori.. xchen Iherex-.ere enough open mints to lienml all ami silvcraxailable for to llr.d eiilmnce into xvorld'.s xolnme of standard nionev, the i'niu-i'l have imijitamcd n stand-ird le.ss Injury to tlie people ot this country; Inn xx iien each xy.irda universal standard enhaiic. s of -old, depressed prices and tr.uislers pocKets of the esvdil :iu utieanied increment iho mlliienceof this great nation must tx. ihrnwn upon the side of Rold unless wu ai'c im-patv-d to accept iheiialura! and Ie- It 1) tin JM iii in. .r _. _> _ il "i'M >l' l to apply Ihe prilicijd.s .K-cnpat ion. Jl must IK- remembered iha; it i- the i.c.sirc o! people i, their earnings inlll i.ei 'I'L l ei-iy. This irue. a.lvantaxe w.'ncli nux iron, a .sy.steni under 1-i-e.s m its u that the r more than lonnerlv, ualc-s s, l.-rlrsjsthnu fonrnVly. Hence, it'will as No rumen' rves its honor. 'Xo ...i.eiu nou-li to ir. I j.ol rt r.-i.s-, irs iinaneicr. xx.-nt t oneof h.-s fneids in aft, he mvolv.-d him.s.'lf as a debtor to uriTc jsioiiex" oil of to him -I mn's for r.j, v. said: etsmo the thoH .sh.iit iiave Jr.' iroii, tnat until the coiintrr'- iris been storm. Lincoln pledged it when' in lime or war we "f !efi Jltitherfnrd H. Hav-.s. vou'r as president of United only 15'j a. vest. Mermsdorf Fast Black luhbed Hose, long. 00 aphced heel and toe, 5 to you pay really for eauie, while they last, 15c a vVe do not want you to late our word ior u, but call and jajifeiot yourself. Try our statement whemer. correct or not Jle C'ontinent: 'V.'jiat sf-cnritx ''Pl.v: 'Rnbort W lahnr. our ,mr Kitlmiiie coiiseriueiicesof such an .'u'-t. xvblch lessens the world's stool; ot siandartl money inerea.ses the able value o" llu'dolhu1: the en .-side against silver musr Inevitablv raise the pmvhai.ite poxver of Ihe money ol'iill other forms of prop- porlum of III ind sonic pecuniary adv.int.-. in standard xxill discover that ihi cecd their jyaiUs. It is sometimes ill-lit s ihai n cla.ss-, hut i his i.s not I'ank. Kxery stalemnif pu'inisl' U-ink shows Ihai. II.t- liahintics. That is to i 'Jiey and its IT! I.... .1. ._.. '1', n In'.- cox'cr its dollar is may, hy ji> value .slowly, a U'u .short time loaiis at priec-s are falling rapbiiy, the Uu.k N. P.'i opponents admit that it wr.s a mistake to ,-ilvcr bur i uv i.t-M i in unit; 111 A provisions, whoii OMsiderod in conmyilon with other lueth- of tnxation In e possessors of Incomes, birnuso lov lojiavatoid .1 t icy (iconic sttxor nut insist that xvo should submit to present conditions rather than return to the hi- metallic system. They c-ri- In snpposiu" that xvo have reached Ihe ciid of lln> ,-vl'i ivs-uIts of .-i k'old standnrd: xve haveimi jx-achcd tin- .Tho Injun- !sn couiiuu- injioiie. an I no person can'sav how lour the world Islo.siilVcr fnm, Io maki-Kold the only standard nionev The same .Dlluences which nowoporatini' lod.siroy silver m liniiod will' If IH- tumoil aKaiuslothi'V- slXvr usinjf ami n'cxv t-oti. vert to Rold slimdar.1 will add to tho iP-iHTfil (Hsln-Ks. .So loiij; as the scramble i "I Us capital ami surplus. bo admit tod. Imwox-rr, icy which Will keep the JKOvornment' dC' Ptmilant utwn thcnvj Ml At. I'Wt 4 ItA j.1. "Binary UmUin Jnnko enot.Kb li sl m Im who h.H oi the mum dullo.sof istoi-rovenvn-.urtfrr.m injurinx ono art other, and that duivmoiv.lni portam, limn U is Unlay. iliat thoso who hnvo made n profli bv fi r in tin inn .i.lxloiN these are for those who are to i omen! ter us a.s for ourselves, in xxe cannot protect our children tv- joiid tlie p.-nodof our lives. those who are noxv reapinjr advantage from'a VH'ioiis hnancia! system that i-i to come their own chihln-n and t T-. i .1 _ _. e ne, -Mates-, 10 vxo-Hre pnnni.se in fhe rcMimptjon of specie payments in ami nrtplansi- j Morris that rh.-v nothing to their honor'. tnt-re Ix-hind lijs- nno of 'B iwtriots. t.-'hind rh S. DIAMOND 00, Corner Baltimore and Utmre Bttette, Cumberland. Maryland. nation .s honor of free i ix1 men v.-ho n.ean to k.-up this poveru- ment ami us honor and iim-in-itr and credit unquestioned." [Gre..t applause i Second Virmnia. No man is better poeted either on tho __irtiiM> iherp inyolved'thanTfr! .....i i" ix or unt ii nations can be miilwi for iM ON.T- i.i. ..v i4io.u an.l .Mr. Drown, the nominee v.... milieu ior its ox.-r- M.ornwBi', :m.i .ur. ur( pri'sentsa f.rConcrtSMnlhat dl'tnc.t, proved hia ffKiT, l Tltlllvre Mr- silver -old at il" h campaign. Cornwall ,-.d ratio of i without ll p friink- uentleman, heaidor of nnv other tos-howand bia'e bandcampaicniDi? e.tjH-1-imeni thoroughly in iciicb with hh people n-tm-u .ystomlic and courageous. the I E nf IMA rtill io a lln.-mci: ihe prominent sta from the dav.s of tl. 'Vhen lli.-u, oiir i; ii- n ,alul I sdyr into full tender mom-v. xx. that, tin- js'.nic'iulni be accorded to .silver that art ex- j roEst'K-ed of !tie full confidence of hia con- i'il by .-ill Mituency, anil the approval of the leaders l'f he 0Vni.e and'induct compaiRQ. Mr. (Vnvvall left m, 1 branch UT Iln nil IcIC for h'9 home in the Soulh Itattlo. T re wi'> j.mouur of o "5 rf'.vw. dollar over i L' Well'ORion, of the Kepub' r.iiio of if, ro wo licau siate committee, baa cone to balti. where he thUpen- ni7 Of nartw i_ .t and nnetiess. ho a dvnntaRO of the liimot lie .stom Is bosr, Mated by n rltoroii ivonomy, who ht, ilhistralioiis: A fwl rom two sources is more uniform In vol. than n river fed from one Itclm? ihiit Whoti ono of the feeders tr.e other may ho loxv; xvhorxMs, e open- of the party headquarters in that city. Mr. expects to call the. entire State Commiltee together toward the end of the .month, when the dates will bo "greed upon for 'he principal meeting to ed1nlh6 the same !mii.r e same lime, a Hat of prominent speakers will be nmde, wrth the aeaignaients Bllotted to tncli. nnd Alnnr. 11 iii fv ,rjviy whioh Ims hutono feoxlerinu.n.rtFp No Slnta convention Meet cleleeatfB from the silver mmoi. ami' varies mid tho dollar-ifc.t' ng upon t w6 iiK-ials, Is less chniiffwiblftln piirclmsiug powcrtbtm thodolfiirwhlch MS on one metal onlr. Ir .there two kinds .of moner on >nwat Kft clthur wlth'tlio fn- th be called to to Auaust loth, A PRICE BULLETIN-, Xever in the history of the past ortr years have manufacturers so eriousiy suffered from a price elHe s tlicy in the past month. To the telling of thit- fact we add he prophesy that never in the' lemory of the present nianufactur- rs vrill Tahies suffer so again. Xow is tlie time to anticipate your wants. A few months hence and prices will agam be normal. Boy's Cotton Knee .Men's all Wool Black Clay Worsted Dress Suits...... Men's Wire Buckle Silk Em- bossed Suspenders........ Boj's all wool Long Pants Cheviots Suits, with Vests.. Hoy's Pants Cheviot Suits.................... Boy's Knee Pants Double iiieast Suits............. 75c Jlcu's Sliirts... 25c'.' ATen's Fancy Stripe Sateen 23c White Cottbd Bfandkerchiefo, large or sqiMrel.......... White Hemstitched Handktr- w i itrong and-neat v, Wool Knee Pantfl.....; :I i Ualiimore, who was present at the. recent conference in that city, .Mqowlacl. M a .nmnrw of national committee. EWSPAPERl NEWSPAPER!
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