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3fee Jpailij JStote Chronicle, gut. 2, 1891.
Site State fttxrtiicle. PUBLISHED DAILY AMD W1HLT BT Ifc3 Chronicle Publishing Co., 216 FayetteYllle St., Raleiqh, JNokth Carolina. JOSEPHUS DANIELS, Editor. DIRECTORS : , Josrphus Daniels, H, B. Hardy. TERMS POSTAGE FR1B : Daily, one year, ... $6.00 Baily, six monthf, - - - 3.00 Daily, one month, - - - .50 Weekly, one year, - - - 1.25 Weekly, in clubs of 5, - 1.00 Liberal commission allowed t lub agents. Sample copies furnished free oa ap plication. DROP US A POSTAL. U at any time your paper is mt de li Yered, or if it is delayed. Papers should be on the door steps f every city subscriber by six 'clock in the morning. If not somebody is at fault, and if so we want to know it. If you tail to receive your paper, therefore, or if it comes late, drop us a postal at once, giving your address, and stating your com plaint, which will receive prompt attention. HUTICff- TO C O HKtiM ON-PENT.-. Correspondents of the OHttONlCliE will please bear in mind that no communications arc pnblished excepting over the an ther's real name. Brief letters pon current topics will always receive attention, and, if found available, will be used with the con dition above named. This hoar little needs the loyalty Ikat is loyal to one section and holds the other in enduring; suspicion and estrangement. Give ns a broad and perfect loyalty that loves and trusts Georgia nlike with Massachusetts that knows no outh, no North, no Bast, no West, bat endears with qual and patiiotic love every foot ef oar soil, ever y State in our Union. Henry Grady. I am a Democrat, pare and simple. I believe in fighting for reforms in de of party lines. I believe that any attempt to organize a third party in the South would be an ab eiute failure Ben Tillman. NOTICE. -.The Chronicle is daily ia receipt of letters with no name signed, and frequently money en closed. We MUST KNOW WHO AND where YOU ARE TO IVK YOU CREDIT. WEDNESDAY, - - Dec. 2, 1891. THE SITUATION IN NEW Y0KK. The political situation in New York is always an interesting theme. To-day we give an ex tended interview with Mr. Luke McIIenky, an intelligent young ed itor of New York State. It is Ion" and excludes much editorial, but we are sure our readers will be glad to read the article. I. ID ill mji$m mi im AN EXHIBIT AT THE WOBLD'S PAIR. The World's Fair Commisioners are in session in Raleigh consider ing the ways and means by which North Carolina can be properly represented at the World's Fair. No definite plan had been agreed upon up to the hour the Chronicle went to press last night. Referring to the necessity for an appropriation, Mr. Elias Carr, a World's Fair commissioner, wrote yesterday as follows in the Pro gressive Farmer: "It has been said by the partisan press "that it was bungling legisla tion whigh pretended to supply an appropriation with which North Carolina should go into line at the great Columbian Exposition to be held at Chicago; that it was never intended to mean any such thing; that if it was meant it was a suffic ient evidence that farmer legisla tion always fails to accomplish the ends aimed at." Much of such chafly nonsense has emanated from those who love to belittle the hon est effort of an honest people to right their wrongs and to encourage their weaker brethren to hope for better things through organized and united effort. But we brush aside, as un worthy, such unmanly sentiments, and declare now and here that the great mass of the Alliance, as or ganized in North Carolina, is as broad, progressive and aggressive and as patriotic as those who have not the privilege of entering our ranks. The efforts of the last Gen eral Assssmbly (which was a farm ers' legislature in the sense that it was composed) of farmers to supply junds wherewith the State should be represented at Chicago, was an earnest, honest effort, based upon the judgment of those best able to advise; it was the concensus, of the best opinions then, that the direct tax fund would be avail able, or enough at least to meet the appropriation of $25,000, called for in the Act. That legislature was honest in trying to provide the ne cessary means for this most impor tant step. The farmers who com posed that body said the State could not afford to miss this greatest of all opportunities. They meant it then and they mean it now, though the effort has been abortive. So far as we are informed, the direct tax fund will not be availa ble at all could not be for six years, were it all left in the treasu ry. The State Board of World's Fair managers have met and pro posed private subscription. This strikes us now as impracticable. It would, in such event, be the town that gave the most, on top. What the paople want ig a real represent ation of all the resources of the State set in the most attractive manner. The Farmers' Department, under the control of the State Board of Agriculture, has heretofore borne the whole burden of holding exposi tions; that board went fo Atlanta, to Boston, to Raleigh and New Or leans. It was the agricultural emement of progress that prompted those efforts which have accomplish ed so much for the State. Take the stimulus given manufacturing alone as an example. It is more than douple since 1883, when the State made a ten strike at Boston through the efforts of the Board of Agriculture. So far as we know, the Board of Agriculture has as much legal authority now as it had in the past for mak ing these displays, and-we think it only right to demand of them a continuation of this work. It has the sanction of the last Assembly, it has the endorsement of the last State Alliance and it must be done. We trust that the Board of Agricul ture, at its next December meeting, will assume the responsibility and begin to push the work. Those who think the Alliance is not a patriotic, progressive organization, endeavor ing to promote the welfare of all the people, are only deceiving them selves." . NAME YOUR MAN. The New York Herald still in sists that the Democrats must nomi nate a new man "from the broad shouldered and wide-awake West." The Montana Herald tells its New York contemporary that it is use less to talk about such a candidate unless the New York Herald will name him. Perhaps the New York Herald is in the attitude of the Cumberland county orator who was in the Democratic State Convention several years ago. He made a speech highly eulogistic of his can didate, and when his eloquence had captured the convention tl'.ey cried out with one voice "name your man." Looking around upon his hearers with a contemptuous ex pression he said as he sat down: "I won't name him. will not allow my candidate to be sacrificed by naming him." McDOUGALD ACQUITTED. The State will be astonished to hear of the acquittal of D. A. McDougald, charged with the murder of his uncle, Mr. Con nelly. He has escaped by the skin of his teeth, as it were, and if he is guilty the gallows has been cheated. The evidence against him was very strong, and we had looked for his conviction. Circumstantial evidence, judging from what was printed,never pointed more certainly to the conviction of any man than in McDouall's case. Mrs. Anna Besant lectured in New York Sunday on Mme. H. P. Blavatsky, the noted female ex ponent of theosophy. . There were two things worth noticing, Mrs. Besant did, not wear her wedding ring and the distinguished lady of whose life she spoke lived with her husband only a few weeks. It is passing strange that God's "direct inspiration" comes through gifted women who have put off their wed ding rings and who do not live with theirhusbands.lt maybe that theyare the "chosen vessels," but there will always be those who doubt their di vine inspiration. Rev. Dr. King, of New York, has hit the nail on the head in re gard to the question of Indian edu cation. He says that the govern ment should not give a cent to any sectarian school, but should give to the Indians efficient public schools, free from sectarian bias. The pres ent system has aroused denomina tional jealousy and bitterness, which has really retarded the education and proper civilization of the In dians. Lady Hknry ,..,., kjj .uniitou, ij oi England, is lecturing in the North on temperance. It is not stated whether Lord Henry is with her, but we suppose that he is at home minding the babies. Lady Somer set says she is struck with the few women drunkards there are in New York is compared with London,but that unless the saloons are closed the proportion in this country wil increase. A GOOD ANSWER. Progressive Farmer. That was a very good answer given a gentleman by ex-President Elias Carr when the man remark ed that such legislation as the Alli ance proposed would make him get only 80 cents for a dollar. Bro. Carr said that wouldn't be as bad as the farmer getting only fifty cents on the dollar for products of the farm. President Polk denies that he said he would stump North Caro lina against Cleveland if nomi nated. He does not think he could support him after the free silver let ter, but if the contest narrows down between Harrison and Cleve land, the Chronicle believes Col. Polk will stand for the man of back-bone against the little fellow who sloshes around in the presiden tial chair which is too big for him. There will be nothing else to do consistently. Annie Rooney is dead. She was forty five years old and had been a "rounder" for years says the New York Herald. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Paulus M. Paulus Habans, the most famous comic singer of Europe, has arrived in New York, and will receive $6,000 for singing at Koster and Bial's every evening for a month. Duke. Our friend and brother, B. L. Duke, of Durham, N. C, has given the Oxford Orphan Asylum $245 to help carry forward a great ly needed enterprise the superinten dent has on hand, says the Oxford Orphans Friend. Burkhead. Mr. W. G. Burk head pieacied at the poor house Sunday afternoon on "Friendship with God." Mr. Burkhead is as earnest and interesting a speaker when expounding the gospel as when before a jury, and that is say ing a good deal, says the Columbus News. iLACK Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Black nee Miss Mary Fleming) will celebrate their silver wedding at the Oxford Orphan Asylum Wednesday Dec. 9th, at 8 p m They have a host of friends in all sections of the State who will re joice in the happiness which has come to the Supt. of the Orphan Asylum and his accomplished wife, who as editor of Bright Jewels, is widely known and greatly loved by the children. COAL, After much dflay from lack of sup plies at mines, lack of cars, strikes and other causes, we hive succeeded iD making arrangements for regular sup ples of the most popular and c mom ical coals in the country, consisting of Pocahonlas Lump for fuel,, Pocahontas Hun of .tsUe steam Guyton Red Ash. E?g and JMut. Mingo Mountain Splint (the best Splint we ever had ) Free. Darning Anthracite, Eg, fctove and Nut Sizes. For sale low for cash, from a barrel to any part of the city, to carloads to any depot, direct from mines, on shoit Li J LH" Jones & Powell, MINERS' AGENTS, Raleigh, N. C. nov26-tf RANTED TO BOrtROW. A?neftYoX?Rnd and five hundred dollars for thre e years at 10 per cent S!by ?rtgaSe on valuable town property. Interest payable quarterly Address, C " S. L. LEARY, flrciiiH6Gt AND Superintendent, DURHAM, N. C. HOWS r;"'5M Your Liver? Is the Oriental salutation knowing that good health cannot exist without a healthy Liver. Whentho laver is torpid the Bow--Is are sluggish and con stipated, the food lies in the stomach undi- tested, poisoning the lood; frequent headache ensues; a feeling of lassi tude, despondency and nervousness indicate how the whole system is de ranged. Simmons Liver x Regulator has been the means of restoring more people to health and happiness by giving them a healthy Liver than any agency known on earth. 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