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tlALElUH, NORTS CAROLINA. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2S. 1901.
Gill UN THE POLITICAL
WRITE?, ClVlhC HIS VIEWS, AMD
ASKS FOR ViWS OF OTHERS.
Klt-ctlun I .aw.
(,iiin.-nt n tb- Mowy Question, thi
I ,,-nr, tli lloM 1 leuiocrats, twnktor
C ji. :.rr pNch at
1m. K Sj it:
j.v.king over tho political Held it
a 1 . . . . I . - . - I . . . w ..... . 4V.
u-erii"- 10 Hi" nit; iiiij'J mob liiiuc iui
p., ii 1 1 it- to legin to form some idea.
oi tli' course that la beat- forhem
t,, p r-ue in tliU'tato in the future.
'.Vip'ip Viniiinff to want to
litriA, n 1, if there Is no better way,
I ! gl-id to wee art article from
Sl);it- familiar with the situation
fr !.. '. ry county in the state, and
Wri:n i ly Miue one who ia opposed
i t UK ciKtic methods, and cut
thr : ' ay f carrying flections;
i. i r "Hit' idea what the rank and
ii;,. , ,i ,t, and what it will take to
iu.lP' u cl.cent fight in the next
!u my M otion tlie Democrats car
rjr,l i! r l.t t two elections by break
in,' s. ry law in the decalogue and
atv i -i ly to do s. again if nece-sary,
hipI 'It- y ure much better equipjied
I'nr i. They have tried us and
khu'.v we tailed to stand up for our
rili'-, and boast that wo have not
h i t a vi r in tho opposition wilh
grit i ii nigh to test the election law
a;;i! ;':i.fndment. In the last cam
j. tiif Democrats in my county
iil n t he-itate to have anna, to
ki i i K'-puhli.'ans from registering.
ami hardware merchant in lieu-
lrr-nii tor weeks before the election
dii a ;itio;i ly loaded shells for the
pui niM' of intimidition, as people
tlmiijlit there was no way to. meet
int'i hods as this, but by equal
I'tttv, and the Democrat were the?
wt is surprised ixople in the wor d
vh ii tin y found out that our leader-
mI vised submission. We eom
im ih i iI losing gro Hid at once Voter-
In came disgusted aud t he Democrat-
nmr- a gun ssive. I voted for
tinvnnor Ilu-sell lcause they said
he ha-l I a k I . i. Now if had rave
he n 'ioveinor, ii the four yeart I
h- M i lie po nion, I would htve used
the t nt ire nrtii ia of the State, if it
li.nl ii en netvpr-ary to break up un
lav:ii election methods. Rut it it
too i;,te to cy over si.ilt milk.
Tt.e wat h word now neems to le
a new d a! on th Republican side,
with gold l)iig 1) nun rats in the
lead with nothing for the Populists
to do but Walk into the party
Il-n-se, Foot and Dragoons (and
luv-- almost " forgotten to mention,
tint l'op'ilists left tiro Democratic
pirtv to get rid of them.) I do not
mv any d-mociats breaking their
iie k to get in'.o the R-publieiii
1'ariy at the prest nt time, nor any
n puli-is for t hat matter, unless it
i- s.'ine loor fellow that is trying to
h -Id a job. Resides it is the same
old plan that was tried in 1896 to
get the silver democrats, which was
very reasonable on its fjee, and
h'.sid's there was enough of them
with in to carry the state. Did
yo r ever get on by yoursdf for
twenty-four hours and undertake to
study up some plan that would
wn nch a democrat out of his party?
1 haw, and the only plan that ever
s- tmed feasible to me was to whip
him, nd keep on at it, and keep
him awav from the pie-counter.l I
remember how little Senator Pritch
aril thought of the silver movement,
to net gold democratic votes. If the
Senator gets the gold democrats
what has he? Nothing, with the
present election machinery in the
lunds ii i o.v i-. lie would not
carry a dozen counties in the state,
hui the Senator seems to have votes
to burn. In his Louisburg speech,
he glorified the Gold Standard. If
this was absolutely necessary to- be
done, I believe if I had been in his
place, considering how I was elected
vuuft what they thev are uinvttv i
else. It is better for p-ople to y
now what they want, than to wait
until it is too late. Its easy for a
man iu the Senator's ixitiori to
make mistakes as eopIe like to tell
him what they think he wants to
It will I ImpoflHible to organize
the next time on the lines laid down.
Soldiers will not follow a General
in battle the second time, who will
deliberately desert them on the first
round. I think the democrats can
afford to build a monument to the
handful of Gold Democrats, flirting
with the Republican party in order
to break it up. If they were honest
and really wanted the Republicans
to win they would not require the
party to kick out all of their old
time followers before they come in.
Democrats are well known to have
"chaek," but I do not believe there
is anybody on earth but a democaat
that would have the "cheek" to tell
the party that they have been fight
ing, all their lives. I am wrong;
I have been voting with the demo
crats, I feel that ray course will
ruin the country and I want to vote
the Republican ticket hereafter. It
is right, and although I have acted
the fool heretofore voting against
my interests. Yet you must kick
two thirds of your followers out of
your party wno we tay have not
sense enough to vote although we
admit they have exercised better
judgment than we have before we
can come in, and then we will only
agree to vote your national ticket
where we are not needed by vou,
following a Will o the Wisp aVter
the road is traveled to the end and
our party destroyed." It will be
enough to make devils laugh, and
what for? why should political
suicide be committed with a Repub
lican President, Congress, State and
United States Supreme Court? If I
was a Republican Senator from this
state I would go to the President
and Congress and a-k them for the
proper reiiei. They have ample
power and everybody knows it, and
if they refused it I would come
hack to my people and let them
know that my party had forsaken
i hem, and I would organize to send
missionaries to every state in the
Union calling on the rank and file
to vote for any party that would
protect them. As things are going
on it will ultimately come to this
any how unless something is done.
The Populist joined in with the Re
pubticarm because they thought they
stood for manhood suffrage and free
hilver in this state. It seems the
leaders are trying to desert both
now. If this is so, I do not see
what a Populist is to gain, trying to
strengthen the Republican party.
It seems to me there never was a
better time to build up Populist
principels. I believe we will get
every plank in our platform made
into laws, if we will keep on agitat
ing because they are eternally right
and God reigns. Both the old part
ies are fighiing over planks in" our
platform now. It is marvelous
how good they feel when they pass
one of our laws. Even the Repub
licans have helped us to get Free
Rural Delivery and although the
good Lord and Chemistry have
given us more gold, thereby putting
more money in circulation, with a
measure ot prosperity and object
lesson from first hands, showing
how our platform would work if
made into laws. The Republicans
are rolling this as a sweet morsel
and claiming the benefit of it. -Let
us nave the views of the opposition
and agree upon some plan that will
resonablv lead to success and if not"
certainly to build up our party.
D. II. Gill
Bearpond, N. C, Nov. 1, 1901.
FT JL. !I.4I J ' - j i i m
WHEN TI1E TURKEY'S ON THE TABLE.
When the leaves have turned a t.d fal
len, leaving branches black and
When the eins of cornin' winter can
be i.oticed everywhere,
When the quirrels and the snow birds
are a-juuipin' in the trees,
And your o.oud is all a tingiin' in the
frosty autumn breeze,
Ihen I love to wke up early on a
bright l har ksgivin' morn
And to hear th? horses whinnyin'to
get their feed i f corn;
But what I like the best if all when
that day comes aroun'
Is the turkey on the table and the fo.ks
Oh! it's jolly fun when daddj takes h:s
place up at the head,
And he smiles aro"riil at Jimmy and at
Susan and at Nd ;
Then he runs his knife gaimt the
steel uctii it's dke it's gr i-nd. -t
Well, it kinder helps your appetite
that old familiar sound
There's a drumstick lere for Jiirmy
and a pbee tf brraH for Jane,
And soo e dressing: here for mamma
when you've finished come again
I tell you v h t, it's ard to keep a lel-
low' spirits down '"ZZr
When the turkey's on the table and
the folks are settiu' roun'.
JEAN C. HAVKZ
A kCHCUlNT 70 SIR WALTIR UlliCK abIwl h cor rMdrra for t
tlu-r. Ard bt IM t i! to lm
i vMi i. rri run v.-. i,u tor:. ...!
r lt Fridy t.lx th lUltifh
Mtnpuiiuu lis I ( kt-d Uh
a audlemt. The ia wu w.
the pntsfLUtiun .f ht.dcmt
ouvnir un iy tirrl J. H
a af. .
vrr ior ine coKrrlion of tjrl to
erect a niouuui-ct to Sir WiUr '
lUWdgh in the capital city that
lrr hbi naina. i
Recently thf Library tad His
torical Sori-ty d.rlfcmi" in Uxor uf
ertcting such a luonuuw t, ma thf'
KU im "K nrrt t..utut
Mr. A II t..!... t- . i .
in; .v;;.:'r "; -iiritT.u:i.nn
jy-iT.: . r.r: ""i1" v..mu., or. ,t,h.tt.,
::r:7: .1... r UU
lt w l 'ir m-.
hr, b-ut Nur'h r- ',;. t.l lhiu
a&d 4 tt-n, tti,l t tu titjd. lie
UMininli-r, t-it f:i t hJ
lutuy thmurvl .. Ho
Swl Cimrrtn abj n ab! Srtiatof.
But fc4 f or thia ataudt b thcr.
Then tbucchtful Xbf trr-crr tll
pu tw-fur our Ia tattx, hkh
rnn tb tall ha at Ih Ui of
Yur ilf vrrr uvwt blmd
arn rnj-h.-l t.y 1. ml . W ht tuu
thl louauutit.' And If will tw
o t lit il-Ait.f of Ik fi.
t " .
tril Nattial (i.iii'rniiM-fil r. In
tarr. Judze Ciark in tart
JVl.v. clai.k' ai.iti.k-.
Ladies and (Gentlemen: Ge-1
NORTH CAROLINA'S CROWN-
Th Great Tndaatrlal Strides Mad From
1SOO to 1900, Fig-urea from the Census The Gigantic Railroad
I ernor of MUnnanta
WASHINGTON NEWS ITEMS.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 22. ;
The preliminary report; of the manu- j
laeiuriujj luuusiries ui i.uriii v-aro-j
linn otiMi'a n 4i4nl nnif nl C T i! .
Bus; .Tutce That los no
vvasnington, rsov. Z6 commis
sioner Yerkes reports that during
the last fiscal year 6 811,176 gallons
ot different kinds of spirits in bond-
ask all Otaer Got-
ernors to Join in the Fight.
St. Paul, Minn., Nov, 23. Gov
ernor V anSant has bsued the fol-
oUJ,y4, an increase ot ldi percent lowing letter to the governors of ed warehoues was lot
during the decade; number ofestab- North Dakota, Montana, Idaho and Qr evaporation.
iiMimeuis i.o, ituu n.ei ui v, , xvasnington: I The Fifth Kentucky district led
ler win, aeiaKu uuiuwr ui wae it is plainly evident that the all others, the leakage iu thit di-
io,i)8,u, cosl oi -material usea : controlling interests ol the Ureat trier alnnft heinir 1 rtr4 u-nllririK
isorthern and Northern Pacific Rail- it is believed in Washington that
roaus are preparing to consolidate so soon as this fact Incomes known
these two roads in open violation of to" the Kentucky judges and colonel
the laws of the states through which who are walking airnler-sly about
they pass. the national capital, with their
"I have deemed it of sufficient toneues hantrint? out. thev will
separately report d, shows a total of i importance to the ieople of Minne- i forthwith migrate to the Fifth
123 establishments, capital $1,819,- i sota to take steps to prevent tl e ' Kentucky dintrirt
!?o3,(J 2, .ibs, an increase ot liiz ptr
cent; and value of product, includ
ing custom work and repairing $94,
919, G(J3, and increase of 135 per
The city of Wilmington, which is
333, an increase ot almost four per morging of these two rods in Min-
cent; 1,469 wage earners; total wages i uesot a.
J44C413, a decrease of over three
per cent, and value of product, in
cluding custom work and repairing
12,246,237, an increase of 18 per
The Countess You've no idea
how embarrassed the count was
when he proposed to me.
The Dear Friend I heard it took
considerable of your father's money
to pay his debts. Judge.
PROCLAMATION BY COY. TYLER.
It CaUs the Attention of Virginians to
Anniversary of Jamestown.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 19. Gov.
Tyler today issued a proclamation
in accordance with resolutions adopt
ed by the general assembly at its
last session calling the attention of
the mayors of the different cities of
state and of all commercial, indus
trial, and historical organizations to
the proposed celebration of the 300th
anniversary of the first permanent
settlement of the continent of North
America by English-speakiDg peo
ple at Jamestown, in Virginia, May
13, 1607. The resolutions adopted
by the general assembly invite sug
gestions rs to how the tercentenrry
shall be celebrated.
and that I had agreed in writing to
do nothing again silver, I would Mary When George took me to
have lot some one else have made a stylish restaurant for supper last
that part of my speech. Not satis-! night he said I had the appetite of a
tied with this lick at the Populists. bird.
h., then went on to notify his fl- Ann He did? But he didn't ex
1 -wers that nobody proposed to try plain whether he meant a canary or
"The laws of your tate are simi
lar to those of Minnesota regarding
the consolidation of competing or
parallel lines, and presuming that
you will take similar action to pre
vent the contemplated combination,
I recommend that we meet at some
point to be agreed upon for confer
ence in regard to the method of pro
cedure to be followed in each state.
'Clearly, the laws of Minnesota
are being violated, and I have grave
fears that, unless united action is
taken at once, the roads named may
pass from the control or the state.
I shall be pleased to hear from you
on this subject.
"S. A. VANSANT,
'Governor of Minnesota."
S. F. Craven, of Clemmonsville,
N. C, has been rppointed a railway
Matthew F. Loo nan has resigned
the iKsition of storekeeier ai.d
gauger at Raleigh.
Postmasters appointed: Hawley's
Store, Fampson county, C. A. Jack
son, vice J. W. Spell, removed;
Marsh, Davidson county, Wrhit?on
R. Carrick, vice Ellen F. Harris, re
hi u lmlom and jMuvideiic-' prurtl
this YWMeru continci.t ami hi l it
tor thousands 4" year- I thin! thr
waves ofthebr ad A lant.c until in 1
the full nets t,f tin.e it w i.i I Ure
that her thelat, l-.f ( ; ,veri.Uint
should U foumhd for man. That
here there might U a government
h&sed upon the eon-t i.t .f !h- gov
erned; that here tl re luit.l U
equal opportunity tor all nud a
caner miht ou to ail without
distinction of birth. Hitler the
Opprer-.eil hlnl ilou t.-trKM-!l tit
Kurotie have flock d from the in
justice and the oppre.-Aioii. of the
old world to rear the Uiuole ot
liberty in a new land.
The first Kngli-hriian who made
au attempt to colonie thii land lor
men s(x-aking our tongue and who
sought to establish a free govern
ment OU theft shore do. TVfi the
honor our ancestors raid him in
giving his name to this lair t aj it.l
of the rcpuhlie of North (.'urolum.
and the lion-r vv hich we now iro-
pose to render him iu en fling hi
bronze statu in our most cor.spicu
ous public spua re. It h propi-r to
say a few word a- to ht-t mntr.
Horn of gentle family, in the U auli
ful county of Devon, on the north
ern ehore of the Lngli-ii channel, at
17 years of age he vvss already win
ning fame under banner- of l':i-e of
(.onde and Admiral t'oiieiv , fj;iii-
inur for iibertv of ion i n e aii'l tin
Protectant religion in Fiaiiee. Thre
years l&'er when that cuu- w.
thougtit to l.e won be vva- iu Pati,
arm oareiy es-aiti'(i iiiaui in me
triaciierous s!autiter of the Ilugue
nots on St. Bai thoiomeu 's dv.
Iater he li-tinguished hnn- If as a
-iltlier in Ireland, win re he received
broad land from Jucn Ili.;Uth
for his wrvici, and al.-i ia nuim r
ou- e.enditions t-y
To ids active mind, there eiue
visions ol a great and free Repuhiic
acro-s the sea, and in f.rol he nut!
the exploring e.TKditi. ui whicii ne
pea red oif WH-oken, on our nn-l,
on tho 4th t.f Ju'v, a dav which
subseriuent events have road siiHi
more famous. This was followed
by three (subsequent colonizing x-
peditions to Roanoke J-laud, at
threat expense to Ids privaio pur-,
aud which faile-l becaus of the ex
pected arrival of the Spanish Amu-
da, which called to Lngland's aid
the arms and fortunes of all 1h r
Let us consider. When this statue
rophl iivi r Miui.l and d
i -I hui-.gt-r, and uiuul's bat arnj
wl.'iUr'a tid. a )trio4iui that mm
ftithful un.o death, fHit ;4r,
though d iioaie.1 m nuud rm tkI
i:Hjv ri-h.il, rut .f thrlr nje;T
mean rcle.lthi ioo:4uriiot that
the iiM-iin ry oi -u- It virtu -hiM
oe, r vaiiiah ir io t.Se Un i. Jtn-I
on ll. -ijtoiiiit, thy p'.ae-l lot li
atu f .iiu- teal trvm-ral, though
We ha.l inai.y v ho fa rvl auv
le imr, l-ut th y h-ca-to crown it ly
ll figure ot a private l.li r v itli
hi- faithful gun hy hi d. Th
gn at Ii. art of tl "pl litlrn"tlvt
ly told t! rti t.'iat 1:.- va tin loan
who !- rved honor t"if all otlr.
others arti.-l and wort Idly wor
the wr. ath-. the ftar nd tsar of
niilitary rank sod the S' tie in proud
of then. Uut the priva'.e Mhllr
-rv-l without reward or ! ho
of reward. It kill.-d r woan-ll,
hi- fame might not n ap4-ar In
ariew-pjT. He endure 1, i'fuf
ft r--l, be t'xilght, t- oilell befell
and the bloody work of War went
on leaving even hi- gr ve utuiiark-
a . a . .a. a.
!. VV II ll Ho llilt-lll I V 4 -III Ills tlUl V.
- - -
with no llmtive hut ot.,i-Iiee to M
Sate, without sy an I ofi. n with
out f.HWl, h. rtotal to hia -t, like
the Umiohu H-ntim 1 at the gatewof
I lerruU tiii:i mold tie- fir, the
liiirnii g lava aim a-k- of V. -uvlu-l
aithtiil unto D.ath.'
Arid the .ranger will tolly my,
"AUiVf all tldx -iple honor Fidel
ity to Duty.'
( hi.- ot tie - privati ddiemof
the iii.tiint :al Ariny .f Nortle-ru
Virginia we have with u tunight
and it i- a title n un- hoiiorb!j than
the I a Ige of the (it.hleli I'liw' iff
li.e cio -.of the I-gi.iii of Iloii-.r.
!! I iti- l"-!l a -IKfi-wfuI bll-ilHIM
man, a t roe! niiinh-1, public hpirit-
d citi. n, a hiUnt hr pit ard on
who has done well by Inn fellow
It wuh his f rtile brJn that eon
c. ived II. e !. ign of e.-fting I
-taiueto tie iie oi TV of tin great
oan w host nan. .urStat Un given
t 1- ( HpHai "ity. ai d wiHrse practl-
jcal mind l as vv..ikd out the details
ior a -in i ful i U" to tin inove-
iie lit. 1 will r.ot a--umc, I will not
pre-ucoe, to tr t ro.lu to tbi audi-
i.e or,e w b- in tl whob .Stat
know -i hi: 1 honors, i-ut I will now
j n-ent to you (General Julian h.
Altr the applau-e wbi h gre-t-l
this loa "Mly e!r..tt bad asl i.-n-
erd Ju iaii H. Carr aiu iViw ard and
in Mrt said:
One Hundred Miners Strike
Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 21. A
special trom coal ureek says one
hundred miners employed by the of Sir Walter Raleigh ahail U
r '11 . - A 1 a. a .
jvnoxviiie iron company in me i eo, as will asaureuiy u done, we
, Cross Mountain Coal mines, went on shall have but four statue in the
1 II - A.M.-- T . a m . B.a
strike ioiay. ii is saia me men i whole Ktate. When the lox vva
. 1 f J I A iy al . 1 I a. . a
ciaim iiiai some oi ineir numoer i parading litter ol young tie lore a
were discharged because they joined I lione-s-and boasting that the lionet
a mine-workers union recently or-1 had but one the latter r pliwl, 'but
"And you tay the candidate treat- ganlzpd. Theolhcials of the com-1 that one is a lion.' Wo shall have
ed you all like gentlemen?" asked pany in Knoxville will not con-1 but four statue, but thev tell the
the political manager. . firm the reported strike; but fay-l inner life, the true thought of thi
"Well, I suppose that's what you'd the miners have been threatening! great, true-hearted ix-ople of Nortl
call it," said the worker; "he only to strike for several days. They I Carolina.
treated us once." Knokers States-! deny that men were discharged be-
man. cause they joined the union.
to upset any laws made by the dem
ojrats to carry out their political
plan". That will leave the amend
ment and aud election laws stand
ing just as they are, if the p.ople
will follow him as a leader. Can.
an ostrich, I
CURED OF ASTHMA.
After 35 Years of Suffering.
any sane man think that the rank It w ill be gratifying to the Aeth
aud file of thi Republican party will ' m tic readers to b am that an ab-end-.rse
any such plan as this? solute cure has at last been discov
About the only thing I ceuld catch rered oy Dr. Randolph bchiffmann
that lie held out to the negroes was
that they could erjoy the privilege !
of laboring for democrats. What
u-e have we for two disfranchising
parties? What does the ordinary
voter care for tariff or hard money
if his rights are gone? I have en
1'iired ddigeutly and the peepleare
opposed to any such plan, w herever
I em hear from therm. They say
though that Senator Pritchard gets
fi tted if anyb dy objects to his
plan. As I happen not to want
ohVe bad enough to change my
views, I suppose I had as well ex-
That the r medy is an effectual one
cannot be doubted after persual ot
B-jch testimony as that of C. W.
Van An w to. Fulton, N. Y. who
gays: -"Your remedy, (Schiffman's
Ashtma Cure) Is the test I ever
used. I bought a package of our
druggist and tried it and one box
entirely eur d me e f asthma, and
I have not had it since, l can now
go to bed and sleep a.l night; wltn
perfect comfort which I have not
done before for 35 years and I thank
you for the health that; 1 now n
Joy. I hope that you will publish
this letter, that other may learn
of lti woaderf al virtues."
Pas those statue in bri( f review.
Let the traveler from some distant
country, without knowledge of our
jteople and their thaiacteristics a
light at Union Depot. Passing out
from its irtal he will -ee Hashing
in the sunlight the bronze, copt-sal
statue of Sir Walter Raleigh -oMi r,
sailor scholar, state-man who wore
.i;n. j. s. :auk itkakp.
Paul, Mandlng ujpon the Areopa
gus, was glad that he wai able to
loa-t of Roman citizenship.
. Jn thi- cultund pre enoe tonight,
representing th citizenship of our
Capital City, 1 am proud to nay that
I am a Carolinian.
I love every ft of her territory,
from where the n-tlej-s oc-an chafe-
the changing sand-i at Stormy Ilat
teras to w here our grand old mount
ain east their -jioruir g shadow t in
My anee-t'T", to the third and
fourth generation. He buried be
neath the soil of tho Mat I love.
North Carolina, rich in all that
makes a people great, has hren toi
moli-t to blazon h r virtues. She
has made hi-t ry, but has not con
trolled the jen that frj'-aki to the
after age-. She ! dottJ with
"rav. nf li.-rii(M. Init flthcrto thlp
aUjve reproar b t fie grand old name. ' i . .. .
' r ... tu i n ifi irl lofi I. a- lut-n inlv lnvin
of gentleman. He v i " 1 .. "ibis . ,. .... . . ., .
' f nii III k lit 1 rtatl 1 f t an nr Ira f aiiiasait
iieople love honor, courage, litera-'. , rv,, . . ,
. . ' ' heart of th e)op!e.
ture and respect lor wo:ni!i." He. ., . , ... ' , , .
a At Uv: VL aV U Ti Va QL'ttnlliff ffa flin
will lift nis hat and pd- on. .i ..... ,,lv. ..r mMm.
At the head of t-ytteville ...........
street, hn will th figure of one 4. . m M l ' if s t
" in turu At I it a ix. m rat I awri iinlnrv
who belongs it, no country and no . lhat to lr,n-mit ih;
time, but to humanitv and all th , , .e. , i-.
, . . . ... Ideals of honor, truth valor, fidelity,
ages. "This i-coph love liberty, w. ., j,,.., Intri(,i.ni ,,: '
he will say and with barel head he tfatMj fey. Uml 8n1 a, hl th. forunif
wul passon. w , the abir.et, the halU of h-gislation.
At he east front of the ( apito fieM b hJ f
he will fee the majestic form and v-, - i.i
lion tort of the State'." be-t loved
A Thanksgiving Dinner In Bugburg.
Johnnie Wud it be a sin to
steal a cent, paw?
Father yea, indeed, my son.
Johnnie Not if a feller wud
spend it right away, wud it, paw?
Ohio State Journal.
Lady "What a nTmber of scars
on your face! Were you in any
great battle?" Cinder Charley
"No'm; I got shaved in a barber
The mind unlearns with difficulty
what has long been impressed upon
Pypy-Balsmm Believes Bight Away
son. If not informed, he will ask
why he standa here and will be told
the "Sta'e honored this man while
living by making him three times
Governor and four times electing
him to the United States Senate,
honors showered on no other t-on.
But he stands not here bcau-e lie
held office. Many men achieve
office by accident or intrigue, ard
others still are unworthy, but this
man received honors because th
Ieople wised to honor him while
living and have erected thU statue
that though dead his memory should
North C aroli: a, is essendal to the
true education and inspiration of
the children of the Stat.
"The R mian youh looked upon
the Arch of Titus or the column of
Trajan with its wonderful rcroll of
victories as in ages lfore the chil
dren of the Nile bowed before the
cblL-ks or the sun-kin! Persian
rej-'iced in the domes of Perse-p-li-.
liad not the books of Greece been
pr- served in the storms and t-hocks
of time, her great souls wouH still
have lived for us In her marbles,
(Continued on second ige.)