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2 4 3 I CBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY BY Hie Gtironlde Pubilshino Go., 216 F&yetteville St.. Ralkiob, North Caiwljna. HILL AS A FEESIDENT1AL CANDIDATE. iOSEPUUS DANIELS, Editor, THE POLLS HAVE CLOSED. . - -l 1 I . mTTTI TrT T CI TT TTTI nr nt-t-r -T opportunity ior me idituuucuuu ui x ujjjj vxi , ---t FRESH LITEEABT NOTES. DIItEOTOHS : 03EFHU8 Daniels, II. 0. Hak:y. Fv.'RL isw iK-'jM rsvj&mviM i ggurfe W CHRONICLy- A prominent North Carolinian who knows the people and enjoys their confidence, one who never held a pul)l:c office and has no po litical aspirations, but who is a thorough-going and earnest Demo crat sends us the following private j note which we take the liberty of giving to our readers : I send you a couple of clippings from the New York Post about our friend(!) D. B. Hill, which are very much to my liking; whether worth reproducing you can best judge. Of Hill as a leader of Tammany, or as Governor of New York, I have nothing to say, except that he is one of- th- shrewdest political tricksters of the country. But when it comes to a possibility of :1 ! his being nominated for the Fresi- j dency by a great intelligent party, thi3 is a verv different question. The mere possibility of it ought to be enough to arouse the active op- J position of all men of intelligence and character wrhohave watched his career in New York. If through political trickery such a man as Hill shOMld be nominated by the Democratic Dartv. there will be opportunity for the introduction of some admirable descriptions of Southern life. The most novel scenes of the book are hid on a desert island, and centre round the account of ithe ''Lost Colony," a history so astonishing as to suggest the belief that this part of the novel has, as the author intimates, some foundation in fact. William' Black's A Daughter of Heth, a new edition of which is about to be published by Harper & Brothers, is the work which gave him his rank among the best Eng lish novelists. It appeared origi nally in the Glasgow Weekly Herald as a prize story, and the author re tained his anonymity when it came out in volume form. He had some reputation, but wished to test him- j strides in popular favor than the We have on hand already as many answers to the question, "Why was this old farmer poorer:" as we can print and therefore we give notice that the polls are closed, and that we cannot receive further answers. Those already sent in will be printed day by day until ex hausted, and then the announce- No magazine has made greater 1 ment of the winner will be made. it lit '4 $ i ( 5 f SMI mi mm i . Bakers and . V self upon his merits, as Scott did with Wavprhj The posiaon which A Daughter of Heth gave him. Mr. Black has never lost and the call for a new edition of his novels is a sign mat nis poimiarnv increases wiin the Years, it is stated that the new edition has been thoroughly revised by Mr. Black himself, as if that would add to the interest. Nov els like poems can never be changed after publication, and it is often the case that their beauty and power to touch the heart are taken away by much critical re-writing. Songs and stories that move the heart must come from the heart. The setting often does not admit of con- Se.vatok Hill doesn't think much glory could be won by a war with Chili. He said "there is not much glory in it for a bi man when he thrashes a small boy." Ladies' Home Journal, published at Philadelphia by Edward W. Bok. It is the best all-round publication for women in the country, and its writers are distinguished and know Hie beauty of brevity. Mr. Bok doesn't allow long articles and as I 1 . . T.l. T- .1 , . . i j i , bLLViSLAu uauy luiui was II" 1111X113 U1J1V fJL liiiil um.o iui.iv io i . . , . , p - 1 baptized just before the ex-rresi- nowonoertnat tne i.aates name dent started to Louisiana to go Tournal grows in popularity. hunting. OFFER Ifli Sea yhu. T l! 'el;- s cut o:T PEES01IAL AND SOCIAL. Small, white, fating mnnv ilpftprtprs. an those, who fol- low. will, in mv opinion, be most tinued PJishing and pruning. Cer- surely and deservedly led to defeat, tainly nothing can improve UA We must nominate a man for the Daughter of Heth." sJ Presidency in whose sincerity and a?' intpffrn.v nt pnarflp pr t hp. mass oil xt.i i , i i i -- iiooouy excepinerseii anu ner mii- peopie nave connaence. rr r C ni l i ine nrst ot tne extracts aiiuaea to is to the effect that Mr. Hill's programme has not found much fa- TERMS POSTAGE FREE : Daily, one year, - - - $6.00 Daily, six months. Daily, one month, - - - .50 that history proves that the Ameri- Weekly, one year, - - - 1.25 can people do not award the Presi mates writes of Amelie Rievs as Mr. Chandler. She won her name inliterature as Amelie Rives and such she will continue to be to the end of time to the readiug public. It was feared by her admirers that her marriage wTould bring new cares THE PREE PASS QUESTION. Charlotte Chronicle. It is said that quite a number of public officials, including some of the judges of the Superior court, ride on free passes, but the recent decision of the Railroad Commission will very effectually stop this class of persons from using free passes in this State. Of all persons, a mem ber of the legislature or a judge should be the very last to receive favors from corporations and monopolies, whose interest it is to control legislation and the adminis tration of the courts. To prohibit newspaper men from using passes would be an actual favor to the bet ter class of newspapers in the State. Affections of the bowels, so prev alent in children, cured by Sim mons Liver Regulator. Shredded CixlnJ., No odor vhea c r ck::;- -' . Salted nvporVai-! 1? utter Wjifors X. C. Dessert Pfiuh V 3 lb cans c-j - v. r.tr : ' Weekly, in clubs of 5, - 1.00 a pnpv tn thnsp. who sppk it with n Liberal commission allowed to club brai3 band. The other extract ives 2rowd out literary P10" It would hurt the less important .i nan f c Sample copies furnished free on ap- the Protests o Democratic papers plication. against air. I.11J-.L. is pian ui repeal ing the McKinley and the silver bill and doing nothing else by the present Congress. It says that even duction, but we are glad to see that papers, where railroads are not her love for letters (and mavbe her w i i t -u i i v obliared t) advertise their schedules. love for famej is such that we are not to be deprived of her contrH'!- Joun L. Sullivan's latest effort tions to our current literature. Her to attract public attention is that TlPtir rvloTT "A flmlnrnl1 ' ' o ifarta-xr tip TlOO era nnrl 10 a 7 - , Wnrld which ha hppn Mr r ;' "inuiU) " 6; O,o" Papers bflonld be on the door steps the norid, which has been Mr. nhlishp,l in strict temperance, man. This is not of everv city subscriber by six Hill's most unswerving defender ' . r 1 o'clock in the morning. If not during his career as Governor, re- DROP US A POSTAL. if at any time your paper is not de livered, or if it is delayed. Harper's Magazine for February, sj dramatic as his bull-dozing an au- somebody is at fault, and if so diaes the suestion without P wiU b accomPanied by several dience at Melbourne. His compa tv a wont fr ttiftw 1 1 li you fail to receive your paper, u,uuu """"J- " wu. therefore, or if it comes late, drop rier is no less emphatic, 'is ,a postal at once, giving your The Indianapolis Sentinel, which address, and stating your com- is 0ne of the highest authorities in plaint, which will receive prompt tt PTitinn. makes short work ot ivir. Hill in mincing r t e which Leon 1S not wortny comparison. This hour little needs the loyalty the following deliverance : lhat is loyal to one section and holds Thprp U no n?p nf the other in enduring suspicion and , , . . f . Jk.. words about this programme, which JSlen Gov. Hill has laid down with such He would make the worldjas it is, Georsia alike with Massachusetts an air of authority. It is a pro- except that life would be inverted. that knows no f;onth, no North, no gramme of cowardice, dishonesty, He would have men and women East, no West, but endears with and partisan imbecility. It is a pro- i u j i j Miual and pntiiotic love every loot gramme of trickery and false pre- b0rn oldandMiid poverty would S?;nrvVievryStatein0UrUni0n' tence. It contemplates a shameless be "moved by equalizing condi- violation oi solemn pieages and a "ons. e snoum, ne says, "all NOTICK TO CORRESl'ON- deliberate abandonment of sacred start rich, and the dying off of those OENTSCorrespondcuts ot the principles. There is nothing in it whn would nvpr n CHHONICLE will please bear in f . ., A . wno wouia never attain youth would mind tht no communications are to appeal to the pride, the patriot- , . , forhlnp, , published excepting over the au- ism, the manhood ot a single Dem- P 7 provide tortunes tor those ho'!8 .J. me,- ?.r1i1 J,:""! ocratic voter in all this land. It is born old. Crime would be less also: PFakeUp If you wake up in the morning with a bitter or bad taste in your nrouth, Languor, Dull Headache, Despondency, Constipa tion, take Simmons Liver Regulator, It corrects the bilious stomach, sweetens the breath and cleanses the furred tongue. Children as well as adults sometimes eat something that does not digest well, producing Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Restlessness, or Sleeplessness a good dose of Regulator will give relief. Co perfectly nannies is this remedy that it can be taken oy the youngest infant or the most delicate person without injury, no matter what the condition of the system may be. It can do no harm if it doe3 no good, but its reputation for 40 years proves it never fails inMoing good. He Not Imposed Upon! Examine to see that yon get the Genuine. Distincnished from all This effort brought down the house, frauds and mitations by our red Z It was the first and last dramatic ef- Trade-Mark, on front of Wrapper r . .i i , t , , and on the side the seal srd signature iecL me siugger uas prouueeu unless he really has quit drinking for good. 3 lb car.? ; Whole Tomato, North Carolina" ' " Stnns: White Clovur Strained HolH( Pure White Hock Candy Svrr.;, appropriate and beautiful illustra- ny was acting and it was miserably tions from drawings by Mary L. poor so poor that the audience Gow. guyed the slugger to such a degree Charles Dudley Warner has that he advanced to the foot-lights formed a modern Utopia, be- and made the most brilliant speech side wrhich that of Sir Tiiovias of his life in these words: More fades into common every-day "I'll put a head on you fellows. living, and the dream of Ponce de ee Heckers' Self-raitfe; Graham Fiour 6 lb pektrs 40c. Heckers' Self-ln in Flow- 3 lb packages 3oc. Early Hose Seed Irbh Potatoes. Chase & Sanborn's Seal E:aic Mocha and Java Co fa, 21b tinsb"c STROXACH'S BAKERY. Fruit, Jelly, Cccoanut, Silvrr. H.-i Citron, ifpon, Houn'l an.iV.:: Cake?; Snow Bails, Finders, t'ocoantit sl: almond Miiica. ruoiis. BEST BIIKAI) IN THE TATF. KEEPING OP WITH THE TIMES. of J. H. Zellln & Co. In 1878 and in 1881 the Inter, national Monetary Conference re fused with emphasis to adopt the double standard upon the ground that it is absurd to try to have two measures of value. If silver is to have an equal place with gold it Wood and Coal Office AND STORAGE WAREHOUSE FOK COAL IN SACKS, AT receive attention, and, if tound a programme born of an unbridled for while there would, doubtless, be i i n u tt i o Ak fl I IHII II O rnillT OTnnr irrWlth,heC- ambition which would ruin W Wit some oM srners, the crimial cW Stf l OUGHTS FRUIT STORE I am a Democrat, pure and simple believe in hghtms lor reforms m ambition which would ruin where it some old sinners, the criminal clas ! c cannot rule. It represents no res- v- i. i , have tree coi ,ii i -j c Tv . . , which is very largely under thirtv. pectable body of public opinion, and , 3 u,lv trust to co-oi coinage for itself and not peration from the other -1 Next to Citizens Bank. great powers. voices nothing but the wishes of a would be much smaller than it is !de of party lines. I believe that 1 little coterie of political adventurers now- Juvenile depravitv would p irty in the South would be an ah- and mercenaries who would make proportionately disappear, as not There is no doubt felt in AVah .i.utc lailure.llen Tillman. the Democratic party as much like more ne.onlp. wnnW w c xx. ANTHEACITE: more people would reach nonage fington that Senator Hill intends Wilkesbarre free burning white ash the Republican party in its motives 7 . . Schuvlkill KnTinP PLrmiinlo io .ln;i -i . . . LUilU nOW reilCIl OVer-aorP. AnH iUo. mabinn tha ftirxrk tn-n 1 I i i-wv,.- ia ana actions as one sneak thief i iuc muamg ii iUC i icwueucy, eumnV In receipt of letters with no name fgned, and frequently money en closed. We MUST KNOW WHO AND WIIKRg VOU ARK TO GIVE YOU CREDIT. Party faithlessness is party dis honorfirover Cleveland. in THURSDAY, Jan. 21, 1892. "Still harping on my daughter." The New York Herald is still boom ing Henry Watterson for Presi dent. It has been at it now more than a week, and as Mr. Watter son has not suffered in public esti mation, it is evident that he is a big man. But, as John Sherman said of Mr. Carlisle, he lives on the wrong side of the Ohio river. u a 4 it i u ii red i u ti ( - W - . i I Vltli like another. The Sentinel, speak- great aavantaSe ot tfae scheme, one and there is no shadow of a doubt Lorberry ing, as it fully believes and has tQat would indeed transform the that Gorman and Brice will aid Schuylkill good reason to believe, the senti- world, is that women would alwavs him to the best of thpir ability CQC These are the best hard coal for Afar4no nt wt,tv . . ' 'u'v . th Xpw YnrV TTcri,v n j graies ana stoves. " - w - V JVll KX' ent. ments of 95 per cent, of the Demo- be growing younger." erats of Indiann. dp.r.linps tn aano 3 vviVW V W L 1 J 1 V j JC 5k ;The Lost Colony,"by James F. Raymond (a brother of the late Hon. Henry J. Raymond, of the New York Times) is a new book tion the proposed policy of demagog ism and poltroonery, and warns the gentlemen who appear to be in charge' of Democratic interests at Washington that if it is adopted, there are not likely to be any elec toral votes in Indiana for the Dem ocratic national ticket this year. This State can be carried by the Democratic party this ye ar if the House of Representatives does iis duty, but not otherwise." BITUMINOUS: Mr. Mills, who is back A petition for a steam ferry across Neuse river will be circula ted among the business men and citizens ofNewbern. Kanawha Wnst VJrorinia Snlint. in I r i ' Washington, sava tW qc Fuui,new - 7 t'&AU'U 111. 1 I L fill I 1 1 rocan type, new machine ry, r-r new and fresh paj-r?, ' -: ' " you want any kind ef Printing and Hindinv executed, and want it -r." -and in the heft of ?h:t. - your order. To lav ' equipped Printing anJ " : tablishraent in the ' i work a much larr ?r other office is an r "-- doing Work Quickly. Raleijh. N- Great Movinir Sals c For iv days, or a reduction o issued by T. B. Peterson & Broth ers, Philadelphia, Pa. Price $1.50. The narrative hinges on the fortunes of a Southern family, who pass through a startling succession of fortunes and changes of pledged votes and is certain of elec- best soft coal for crates and open tion to the Senate. We hope this fire places. is true, for Texas .has no son who -TT-y---s-r- can so ably repre3ent her in the Senate as Mr. Mills. Seasoned and half seasoned Oak, Hickory, &c. Original and old held on all PLANTS k HER V and y " This U no clip- v Our pre'rit riii::". 7- : we have pnrctiH-' '. ;. - ". Nursery Li-Hf'ij ti . ,-: -pese of movi:.ir : A.v - . ?pruc,Matrno;..t;.j;;.; - fifty variet:t.o. r -:. the aV'ore oifer - for price liS ;; SI.:i. i I I . t :l I i JAM K" -V; jgl4-dkN:w-li:i The feud between Livingstov seasoned pine. I f 1 . mm m-w 1 t lot. and Simpson two Alliance Con- , mce lelePnone 'y- lara leie- Zh0;hf fate aUo brdup 8ressmen seems deep 8taresSd3 that ot a vminnf nth oar in j r ..... o o itgiimai wi uu liviMiSTON will orders in at once. wno aistmguishes himself by his make a speech in favor of it, says bravery. This history gives an the Post. PHIL H. ANDREWS. augl2-6m. the North Caroi.n.i . e. . .. r Jv will Please seM ... fore the first ci , -tbat they mny ! f j f'tU 7' Eance Comniiiu y :, ft: - rangements w u entail just cU irti: Rv order of the fuTTLt. x - It. U "fij-r. .v E. C. BKDPit'FlELi'' iM