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Tb3 Vatsaga Dsniocrat.
Published Every Thursday Two Twwi Oa PanflBi. Aheville Citizen. Anent the recent Ape"erh of Hon. Locke Traiir biore 1 h N e w England Society at ChnrlHSton, the New n n d Courier of tbat city taken oc casion t contrast bis re marks with those of Govern or Tfrr'll of Georgia, mad at the banquet given recent Iv by jb basinets men of At lutita in honor of Brigadier (iet)prul Barry who goea to Atlanta to take command ol the Department of the Gulf. Uovy Terrell in reeponnf to the toput "The State," naid that While he' did not ap prove, of many thinn done by the President, lie did give most jbonrty approval to I wo acts of the Administration first the establishment of the Department of the Gulf, with headquarters in Atlanta apd Hecond, the President's recog nifion of the inderpendenre of Panama. .The flrat is pointed out by the News and Courier, was most natural, and the see ond hardly less so, since the Governor of coarse expects Georgia along with o the r Southern States, to' be large ly benefitted by the construe tion of nn Isthmian oanal; and for that reason must at least have the desire to for give the President for h I b roup.; Bays the News and Courier in its further comments: "There is no question that thepeoplnof the South are vitally interested in the buil ding of ah .Irtthmiau canal, and there never has been the least oubt that Jmirh a ca nal would be constructed. The policy by the President cannot be defended, however, by uny man who has the least regard for the country and the integrity 01 its con duct. ; , . 'This point wns made very clear by Mr. 'Locke Crnig in his notable ad 'i truant the an niyersary dinner of the Mew England Society at Charles ton. At about theHame time that Governor ' Terrell 'was magnifying in Atlanta , the criminal course-of tlie Presi dent cf the United States in Panama an equally tlloquent orator was (pleading in this city for the national honor. Hear what the North Caroli na speaker said: "We ought to build the ca nal. The fact that the com merce of the world has so long obstructed by that nar row 6trip of land is no credit to the Uuited States, but it was not necessary to obtain the privilege by piracy. I do not know which is the better route, the Nicaragua n or the Panama. But one thing iscer tain. American honor is too much boot between the two. Standards of civic righteous ness .should be as high and highe)' than the standards of individual integrity. Conduct like this Panama transac tion in any individual would be called chicanery and would not be tolerated as oidioary "honesty in dealings between men. ' The conscience of the Nation, reyolts against it. Our honor is the first and nigbeRt consideration. "Instead of an evolution to a higher state, we are trying to Ret back to the political conditions whn Europe tell prostrate before the &rand Monarqne. Booted and spur red as an old bjoncbo, with a lariaf for any little nation fhar omen in oiir way with blaring trnnipets nnd tire wdrdrf and rlaMhing cymbal. w are galloping with all strenuosity iilhei? By an external law providence has decreed vexation and violence nnd poverty to rapine. The law of the Western ranch is not the international law of Christian civilization.'"' "We do not think," says the Charleston paper in ?om ment, "that any highiuioded man any true pntrot anyone with the couiHge of his con victions would hesitate long which to choose the policy of pure commercialism urged by Governor Terrell at tb Barry banquet in Atlanta or ihe high course for which the gal hint North Carolinian spokn at tln dinner of the Pilgrim Fathers in Charleston." r. That is true. It is indeed hard to understand how any Governor or Senator or oth er American citizen who de sires the honor of his govern ment to be above reproarh, con te unconcerned as to the methods employed by the Administration in Hecuring the materia! benefits the Na tion desires. Yet it would be folly to throw away thoiie beneflts even if bought with the price of base conspiracy and national dishonor; es pecially where it may appear that the act is done and can not be undone; and a refusal of the fruits could benefit no Oiie but on the c o n t r a r y would do further wrong Jand jnflict fuither injustice upon those who in good faith hive linked their fortunes with purs. We must accept the shame of our acts aDd carry outonr undertakings however un worthy the motives that prompted them: resolved in doing so to rpstore where honorable restitution is po sible and to confine all fur ther considerations of gain as they appear in honor's crui'tble. The only hope of undoing past wrong is the doing of fu ture right. The day of burn ing sacrifices is past. One Santa Clans Died in the Chimney. New York Dlripatch, To satisfy his children as to th? possibility tbat Shii ta Claus would have enough room to gain admission through the chimney of tlHr home on St. Mark's avenue Brooklyn Joseph Carrigati crawled into tne fireplace yes terday and pushed bis head up the flue. ' . He was there a . long time before the children thought to call for assistance in get ting him out. Mrs Carriffnn dragged from the fireplace nnd tound that he was dead. . Thecasfl was reported to the Coroner's office and an investigation is under way. It is supposed that the man had heart disease and suc cumbed when he found diffi culty in breathing with his head in the chimney. ""Dreams," says an eititni uent lecturer on theology, "consist of recollections of the combined impressions, re ceived and workings of the physical and astriul minds. The soul and subconscious- uess are independents nr tive, and it the confusion nri sing from the confounding of the thoughts of the soul wih the exaggerated interprets tionsof impressions reeeiv e d by m b-conwionnnM: which makes it so often im possible to remember dreams : , A Case of Interpretation "What Hlwiil . wejjdo.with the prisoner?-' demanded the tipokesman Of the. mob. Do thou, 0 royal chamberlain haste to presence of his maj esty and learn his' wish." The royal chamberlain bar ried to the prseace and bow ed himself thrhe to the floor; then be asked the monarch s plensnre regarding the desper ate. outlaw. "Away with himl" said the king in a loud hnreh voice.. But the chamberlain was something of a humorist and when be returned to the mob he laughingly announced that in regard to the misdo ins with the prisouer the king had said only that it wan "awn.v with him."" '. Whereupon the mob re hietnntly released their qnar ry. ''.;''' Bt in trying to explain the joke to the obtuse king the royal ''chamberlain he- came confused, and lost bin h e a d.- Baltimore Ameri can. The 8hepherd and Bia Flock. A certain good bishop wus in Itnly for his hcHlth, and while walking in the couutry one day he met n 'small girl who was tending some pigs. The animals were giving her a great deal of trouhle, and the good bishop offered to stay nnd wateht he ones that were grunting and rooting in a ditch while the little' shep herdess went to catch two runaways that had strayed from the fold. Whenshecame back the reverend gentleman Btroked the unkept c u r I v bead of the child and asked her how much she earned by her her bard work and was told that she received 4 soldi a day. , v "Do you know," said he, "that I. too. am a shepherd? But 1 earn much, more than you." 'Ah, yes." answered the little peasan, but, no doubt, you tend many more pigs than I do." tel. rAIVPT tobacco sprr Ton can be cured of any form of tobacco lining cuily, be made well, trong, magnetic, full of new life and vigor by taking KO-TO-BAO, that m&kea weak men atrong. Many Kia uuruicawayi i pounaa in ten aayi. orer BOU.OUU ea. All drueifift. Cure irnarantprrt Rnnk. Jet and advice VRHS. . Addreia HTKBLINfi CO., Chicago or Mew York. 437 Ignorant of the law excus es no man who hasn't a pull. CASTOR I A Tor Infanti and Children. Tha Kind You Have Always Bought Bear the Signature Freshiif es of youth often spoils the man.' CANOV CATHARTIC - " Genuine itamptd CCC Never told In bulk. Beware of the dealer who triei to tell "eomethln J uit u food." One t ro u b I e with the clothes women wear is they have no place to 'scratch matches on. Elodol Dyspepsia Curo Digosts what you eab A man may be min-h sought after even though he be a fug itive from justice. Bean the - - TliB Kiatf You Haw Alay BaegM ' The lflltw who him money to burn is ir''erHlIv sure of meeting hit match. ' Early Risers Jhp famous little plft . .. ,! ' '.....IV; ' Good 'V;.; Probably ? more , hi pp'n-M is KHUed .diuinir rr-ir Ji-h'ttt troubled f-xistence by virtu of what we are capable of for getting than of what we are abh to remember. D .voui'j neighbor., says disagreeable,' things abtMit youfoiget n-i bout it perchance others 'at the same moment are ipeW ing of you in high sr i rr. If you meet with h.v joi ri!e along your daily walk f lif- forget Jt; the world con tains many n goo ! t e mat'.! If you have quarreled with a brother forget it; there is strife enough witlinu ,our contribution. .' If tha miii i hid from sight and the, day. dark and gloomy forget it; 'twill be all the brighter when it appears again If someone tells you an unkind story of another whether true oi t ( t foiget it; tale hen ring is an exceedingly lo occupation anyway. If yon were both ered yesterday by a disagree able cirenrnstanee forget, it today's svork will not te ben efitted in any way by hold ingitin memory. Bnt'to him who uuusrsj to putting dut of mind that wld-h b has been accustomed to brood over the task will at first be Quite difficult but so essential is it of the world's ho opineps that every one should make special effort to become pro ficient in t ho 'art of- forget ting. Courier, Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it. Dr.ECing's New Discovery Vnr fWirPTIoi ,e, I OX I ontiiiui . ir VllLIIU A Perfect For All Throat and Cure: Lung Troubles. ' Money back If It fail. Trial Sottlet free. wMiimiiiiiiiiwiMiiiiiiiini 1 hi 1 1 1 1 mif Monument Man W h n t shall Ioall J put on .your bu."" band's tombstone, rmi.lam? Distracted Widow Oh, sh y tbat he was mj' huplmndan 1 tbat he is happy now, Life. COSiSTIPAT "I bare gone 1 day at a time wlUionl Temevt of the bowela. not being able to move tbem except by mine not water lnJecUona. Cbronle eonatlpallon for otou yean placed me In tbli terrible oondliloni during tbat tlmo I did ev errtblng I beard of but never found aur relief! mob wae mj cote until I bciran udng CAaCARETg. I sow hare from one to tbree p&Maae a day. aud If I waa rlob 1 would glTe 1100.00 for each nioroment) It Itiuob a relief." Ari.iitnl.. Htim, 1080 Ruaaell St. Detroit, alien. Fleatant, Palatable. Potent, Taate Qond. Do flood, Merer Bloken, Weaken, or Gripe. Mkj, ajo, 60e. M. CURE CONSTIPATION. ... rH.t Iwaiaf Ceaaai, OUata. IMml, tw lata, M NOTICE. ... . North Carolina. Watatis-ft emm ty, Superior Court, belore the . t-ierc. u. u. uonphprty, D. D Dougherty aftd wife, T. A. Lin ney and wife, M. H. Linney, vs. - John Smith. Jake Smith. V nm Smith, Jna. Smith, Nancy Fountain, and Edgar Fountain The defendants aboe named win tak-e notice that an action rn titled as above has Vt com menced in the Superior Court of Watauga county before the Cleik for the sale fur partition of the Dougherty lands bought of (he Smith heirs, lying and being in Boone township, "Wat aug-a conn ty, on the waters of Boone creek, adjoining-the lands ol E. S... Cof, fey, F. A Linney, John K. Hardin and others and fully net out and described in the petition. And the said defendants will further take notice that they are required to appear at the Clerk's office in the court boase in Boone, N. C., on the i2th day ot Jan. 1004, and answer or demur to the com plaint in said action, or the plain tiff w ill apply to the court lor the ivliel demanded in said com plaint. T,ih Nov. 28, 11)03. - Thomas Bingham, C. S. Q. M if a CATHARTIC jA AVfetahlePrtparalionfofAs- simnatmg merooaanaueguia ting theStDDOcts andBowcls of Promotes DigestionCheerfui ness andRest.Contalns neither Oplum,Morplune nor Mineral Not Narcotic. Av afOUJJrSiMlTlFfraXR flmim StU' Aperfect Remedy forConslipa- Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ncss and Los9 OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. ! EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. Heware oi the man who of fers you advi'-e at the ex penspof a mutual friend, FORbALE. Fort.v-seven (47) arres of bind. Twemy acres cleared; young orchard; new six room hoiiHeund harn:-irood wateri on t he porch a nd spring house all nnd r the same roof. Close i to storeH, post office, church ps, mills, grift und saw niills, nd in sitfht of the YMlle Cru i is Mission" School. F'or fur-1 ther particulars call-on orj address A. M. WUUDKLNti. Valle Cruris, N. U. y, notice. f Rntry No. 2433 - . State of North Carolina, Watauga County, Office of Entry Taker for liid county. . , ' , j H. L, . Stone locates and en'ers twenty-five (35) acres of land lying) on the waters of Clark's 1 reek in Wutavjjja tow nship beginning on a chestnut Dr. Phipps nnd , Jacob lownscnd scorner then with Joseph Phipp's line to Jasper "White's line and tht nee vtrious courses to -said H. L. Stone's line. Entered Oct. 3, I903. ; '; ' H, W, Hardin. Entry Taker. ' Tbg'UGolttn blowino rock, n. c mrs. w. p. pendley, propr. Thin hotel building has recent ly been refitted and refurnished in all depart merits, and is now o pen for the accommodation ol the public. Good, comfortable rooms, and as good fare as the markut affords. . '' , "Tb6 comfort of transient boarders always looked, after. ,., , InATEs'nfiAKONAlltE. .'''' A Gallon of PUBH LTVPEED 0O ateA with galion M taakas 8 gallon of the Vcrg Wat Pnt . la tna wobu ff rotrrwilTit VSSl In rA8 kemg CTTiuBLa tlian Ftmi Wuira Vkd and la ahuolutilv hot Poi Bobous. riAMUABpATXTlamadeottbeBESro WIRT KATeiual anrh aa all cood naintira ik end la artrand thick, via Y Tnico, rTotronbleto ' but. any twy can ao It. it 19 Uie CoirMOn Btnaa of House Faiht. KoSKTaajpaJiucaabeiuad at avi cut t, and u . . , mat to GaAftr. Ttr jpra Per. a ttrn. , JT. HAJEMABPAIHT CO., t. Tjout,Mo. CAPITAL PAID IN $500,000. SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY W. L. IIOLSHotjSEH, Blowinj Rock, N. C Til V 1171 A' ' For Infants and Children; - The! Kind Yoii liavo t . V . ..'n J - Always Bought Bears the 'Signature, ytn ccNTAun bommnt. ami wm it. After a man pusses fifty ho finds that his hopes hare to be jacked up and repainted twice as often as ten years bo fore. Atchison Globe. Stomach SignatrjrJj j. U' For Over 1 Thirty Years -B' II -'m J' r , . 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