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gte jPitflg gtatt gfoawricie. lace. 2, 1891. E FOB II nrk Editor Says Lis for Him. J7CS fj(;liucrcfs. McIIeskt a well in . ... ,-,.ii'ur editor V',W I Oi'K, " l.:.i,nh Kxposition, I IN" " 1 1 , . Hill man, ana o- I bacbelor-Govi-rnor- p ... r- if ! i be elected. n New York poliuca .ur people fel about they think it will be a ' n TI'11 State minwv. ,rnor-elect lower or U, with Got. Hill the fertnce. Ot course it V in adrance to prog- S actions of the Demo al Convention. Hill get the New York Jtes if he wants them? Idly. The Democratic ifur him and the Demo- jate his services in the i. TheT were nevi.r bet id, and no man in our ititlt'd to more of the the organization than iimlf. It would be h Democrats of New do other than to go ,! if lie desires the Preo ption. Mieve he desires the no out can answer this x Hill himself. You Monty a statesman but Kan, and only tells tapper time. Prob- imild permit himself to qa-Jtion now, he would i'Mauncy M. Depew W if he would ae 'piiUican nomination. d oj paying: "Who kw being United pt ill hurt him next precedent is slightly aD(l it is h;ir1 tn cox, States will feel. I 5aJ that of the State offi- met here. And Won mtVi , .vn t 11 U '"duetd to me as be- HJ m favor ol Gov. I2. I c i ... ' nniy believe the 0t eW Ynrlr -V. raa-mentofaffiiir,. f. our Resent low tax yv -urK m the late " termination I 1 111 J tVW... . p2bktiii. .... i . n : - rtu means .TCrats ""where. 1 honor u'fi. , 11 w,tn 0,lKe n the huwiv i t '.fiur :r wr.""s r I!,.,,,,,,: !n,l states &n1 hard , ; : !v what he !6r'""ns-l,i!Gov. ' i!,, , "',J,"I flaw on IL- ,.i . ;. or m l'ov-mor Of (lijii;;lr-Gorman of rill 4 The 1' 1 U f) llr... 1 ""lutu . , ana I. U,-'(i Til Mr, lt u mean' n . Ni.w. ,,n hs l,e r,tun utIu-rto the -uiocrntic par ty or his intimate friends. He is careful about making promises, but once made he fulfills them. If hat was the. cause of the good result in your State this fall ? New York State is Democratic when the voters are not tampered with, and our new ballot reform law has large ly stopped this. It is a grand law, and I believe nearly prefection. Un der our old voting system Republi cans with plenty of money, and they alway had it, might buy the floating electors to vote the Repub lican ticket.Now,if they buy them at all they can only buy them to stay at home. Thus ic does not count as much against the Democratic party as the old way. Of course, Mr. Flower was jusUy very popular, the Democracy was unanimous, except Brooklyn, for his nomination, there was no fac tional fight on hand, and the Re publicans could bring nothing against him. The cry of the "Tarn many Tiger" was carried to such an extent that it became ridiculous. The Piatt men thought by this to keep attention from Mr. Piatt and his henchmen, but the Warner Miller men, you know, have no love for Piatt, and cared but little what became of his man Friday,'" J. Sloat Fassett. The Warner Miller men are the better element of the Republican party in New York. Then too, the Republican farmers, I believe, are getting tkeir eyes opened. They know that they now have the lowest State tax-rate in years, and that they have not real ized the good prices prom ised if Mr. Harrison was elected, or expected after the Mc Kiuley bill became a law.v I be lieve there was a larger percentage ot Kepubhcan "stay-at-homes" than Democratic. What will your farmers do in '92? As I said before, I believe our farmers are getting their eyes open, and in '92 many Republican farm ers will either be indifferent, or not vote at all, while the Democratic farmers will make it their business to vote Then you believe the Democrats will carry the State in '92? Certainly, and the result of this fall's election only confirms my be lief. Don't you believe Mr. Flower wil! be a candidate for President in '92? He may be nominated and may be New York Democrats will be delighted to do their best for him, but you know Mr. Flower's happy disposition to take politics as they come, and never be disgruntled. I believe there will be a perfect understand ing between him and Mr. Hill, and that Mr. Flower will tkrow his in fluence for Mr. Hill. How about Mr. Cleveland. Won't he be a candidate? Probably, and it may happen that the Demecratic leaders of New York will unite upon him, but I can scarcely believe they will do so. Mr. Cleveland is not much of a hand to believe that "to the victors belong the spoils," and many New York Democrats think that if he could not be re-elected when in office he could not now be elected, for the farmers are not as yet .completely educated upon the tariff reform plat form on which Mr. Cleveland would of necessity have to stand as we would like. Y'ou know Gov. Hill's platform is, "I am a Demo crat." I quite agree with Mr. Cleveland's tariff reform doctrines, and would be glad to help elect him if nominated, but do not believe it would be good policy to nominate him. It is doubtful if he could carry New York State, arid with the feel ing of the Hendrick's family in In diana he certainly could not carry that State. We are certain of the Southern States with any possible candidates, and it is the candidate that can carry New York (if doubt ful) Indiana, Massachusetts and Connecticut, listed as doubtful States on Presidential years, that we want. Gov. Hill, I believe, can carry these States. Did Hill cause Cleveland's defeat in New York in '88? Such an idea is absurd. I be lieve that Mr. Hill earnestly desired the election of Mr. Cleveland. It must be remembered that the Piatt men ran the Republican campaign m New York that year. Thev were for Mr. Harrison for Presi dent, but cared nothing for Warner Miller for Governor. They did not try to elect him. They had money ln unlimited amounts, and we then did not have our present ballot law. I hey bought the floating vote of the inland cities and villages, and with money and their protection argu ments got many Democratic farm ers to vote for Harrison but not against Hill. In Mr. Charles S. Fairchild's own countyMadison where I live, and where Mr. Fair child's influence should have given Mr. Cleveland a good vote, he run about 180 behind the ticket; even at the polls where Mr. Fairchild himself , voted Mr. Cleveland's vote did not hold up to Mr. Hill's. If Mr. Cleve land had been elected then, he would not now be spoken of as a Presidential candidate. So that those knowing Gov. Hill's shrewdj ness will believe that if he for a min ute had a desire to get rid of Mr. Cleveland he would have preferred his election to his defeat and thus make him'an utter impossibility for 1892. But Gov. Hill is alwavs for the election of the full Democratic ticket, and this is what makes him so much admired not only by New York Democrats but Democrats everywhere. Do you think your legislature is Democratic? Governor Hill says so, and I go a great deal on what he says. It is a great thing for the Democracy, if true. We will now have a con stitutional convention, which our people have already demanded by an immense majority vote. We will have a re-apportionment of leg islative representation according to population. There" will also be a re-arrangement of Congressional districts. In short, it means a Democratic State is to have Demo cratic government, and no man has done more to prevent the setting aside of the will of the people of the Empire State than Governor Hill. Then why should they not be for him in 1892? What he has done for the Empire State he will do for the nation if an opportunity is presented. He will see that the laws and the will of the people are respected and he will do it with courage, firmness, dignity and grace. New York State will be thoroughly organized for '92, will probably favor the Na tional Convention endorsing tariff reform, and will want to cover the silver question by saying "we are in favor of a silver dollar of equal value of any otner dollar." PORTRAITS PAINTED BY- . 6. Randan, 131J Fayetteville Street, RALEIGH, N. Testimonials will be furnished upon application. augllMf The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Gomoany, OF NEWARK, N. J. One of the Oldest, Largest, Strongest, and Best Financial Institutions in the world. IVe pay Larger dividends than any other company and can show policies in North Carolina that are to-day draw ing over a 50 per cent, dividend. We furnish the Best and Cheapest Insurance offered by any company. For further information address JOHN C. DREWRY, State Agent, Raleigh, N. C. Active agents wanted in every town in the State. 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It is prepared to furnish estimates, or build and repair anv kind of build ings, and f urnisn sash, blinds and other building material at short notice - sep20- " QALE OF VALUAB E LAND -By O virtue of a ecree of the Superior Court of Wake Curt, in the sT-ecial proceed ner entitled Joseph .J. Johnson administrator of Allen Sturdevant, de' deased, vs. Fioreucd Winters and oth ers, being No 5W7. Special Proceeding Docket of said Court, I will sell at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder at the Court Houe door, iu the city of Ral ekrh, N. C, on Monday, the 14th day t December, 1S91, at 12 o'clock, m.f certain tract of land situated dear Au burn, St. Mary's towosMp, said county. j lining the .lands of Thomas Johns, the heirs of David Lewis, Wm. Powell and others, containing 176 acres, more or less. Terms of sale: one half of the pur chase money to be paid in cash, and the uaiauuc in iwuve montns irom aay ol sale, wi h eight per cent, interest. JOSEPH J. JOHNSON, Administrator of Allen Sturdevant, deceased, and Commissioner. Raleigh, N. C. November 13th, 1891. novl3-tds TAX NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on and after December jst I will begin the col lection of all Unpsiicl Taxes by distress. The taxes must be paid, as the time is fast approaching when I must settle the fctate, Counts and other taxes, with the proper officers 1 he day has been s-t when I am tp- qui'edto settle. All delinquents are requested and urged to attend to this maimer wit rout delay, thus avine luruiB-ives me incidental cost and my pelf the disagreeable necessity c-f en forcing the law. M. W. PAGE, Sheriff of Wake County Raltigh, N. C, Nov. 20. ;891. novl8-w2t-dlw OUST HAND- A large and Complete Stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing;, Hats, Shoes, Underwear, Etc. Lowest Prices Guaranteed. AVhiting- Bros., E. R. Stamps, Trustee, RALEIGH, N. C. Publication of Summons. North Carolina )g r(lVvr Wake county. ) &upli.ior i.ourt. February Term, 1892. 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