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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, JUNE 13. 15)01.
The Gold Leaf. HENDERSON. N. C. TIII KSDAV, Jl.'XK IS, 1901. NOT CHANGED BUT GLORIFIED. Not changed but glorified: Oh, leauleoiis language For f hose who weep. Mourning the loss of some dear face de parted. Fallen aleep; llu-died into silence, never more to cni fort The hearts of men. Gone, like tlie sun-hitie of another coun try, Beyond our ken. we saw thy white sotil Oh: dearest dead Khining Behind the face. Bright with the beauty and celestial glory Of an immortal grace, What wonder that we stumble, faint and weeping. And sick with fears, Since thou hast left us, all alone with sor row And blind with tears? Can it be possible no words shall welcome Our coining feet'.' How will it look, that face that we have cherished When next we meet? Will it be changed, so glorified and saintly, ..... '1,,at we hall not know it? W ill there be nothing that will say "1 love thee. And I have not forgot?" Oh: faithful heart, the same loved face transfigured Mia 11 meet thee there, I?ks sad, less wistful, in immortal leauty Divinely fair. To nioital veil, washed pure with many wet-pings. Is rent away, And the great soul that sat within its prison Hath found the day. In the clear morning of that other country, In Paradise, With the same face that we have loved and cherished. Soon shall aiise: Let us be patient, we who mourn with weeping, Some vanished face, The l.ord hath taken but to add more beauty And a divine grace. And we shall tind once more lieyond earth's sorrows, Beyond these skies, In the fair city of the ".sure foundations," Those heavenly eyes, With the same welcome shining through their sweetness; That met us here; Kyes, from whose beauty Ood lias banished weeping, And wiped away the tear. THE SPIRIT OF LIBERTY THAT CHAR ACTERIZES NORTH CAROLINIANS. while o'er life's Think of u, dearest on water We seek the land, Missing thy voice, thy touch, and the true helping Of thy pure hand. I ill. through the storm and tempest, safe ly anchored .hist on tin other side. e hud thy dear face looking death's shadows. Not changed, but glorified. thiough Wants to be Let Alone. ( Baltimore Sun.) Governor Ayrnek. of North Caro lina, is quoted as having said in an interview (luring his rerun t visit to New York: Four fifths of the capi tal invested in manufacturing ami other industries in this State isTXorth Carol in a capital. She doesu't need anything now except to be let alone. If our political conditions are undis turbed for 10 years we will work out our own salvation. Things have just taken such shape that we can now turn our attention to our business. Wo have the cheajjst government of any state in the I nion. Wo feel that we have an exceedingly bright future fllll nolktllnllA.. t. It 1 "... I'l'i'iii.uiuii is siuaii, mil it is strictly Anglo-Saxon. V will wcl cume nerc American citizens who conic to our State to make their homes, and who bring skill or knowl AilirA ..f ......... f.. .. ..i i.iiiiiiai.iuring or oilier use ful arts. We don't want any other immigration. A Curious Epitaph. in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond. a.. is a tombstone, which was erect ed by the fellow-workers of a brave railroad engineer, who died at his post of duty. The epitaph on the stone is couched in the lannia"-e of me craft, and runs as follows: Tntil the brakes are put on time. Life s throttle valve shut down He waits to pilot in the crew ' lhat wears the martyr's crown. On schedule time and upper grade Along the heavenward section He lands his train in God's roundhouse Ihe morn of resurrection BV MARY BELLE GABY. (Paper read at the closing exercises of Henderson Graded School May 17, 1901.) The love of liberty is instilled in the breast of every human being by the Creator. Not that he should re fuse to be subject to the regulations of society or the laws of a just coun try, but that when the laws of such a country should become tyrannical and oppressive then is the time to assert that love for liberty and win justice. This spirit of liberty has always characterized North Carolinians. Though it was not a North Carolinian who uttered those memorable words, "Give me liberty, or give me death!1' the love for liberty, so inculcated in the verv beings of the people of North Carolina, was too deep for words, but when the time came they gave vent to it in many brave and noble deeds In 1774, Martin, the British Gov ernor of North Carolina, was obliged to flee to New Berne to escape the violence of the people who were en raged by the hnglish oppression And, despite the British" government, at a summons from Massachusetts, hand bills were strewn broad cast over the State, urging the people to send delegates to a convention to elect delegates to the Continental Con gress. So enraged were th people at the lew of the "tea tax" that at Kdenton a party of men in broad day light, and with no disguise whatever. boarded a shin and threw great chests of tea overboard. Then on account of the persistent encroachments upon their rights and liberties on the part of the Knglish, on the 20th of May, 175, more than a year before the Philadelphia Declaration, representa tives met at Mecklenburg and drew up some resolutions, declaring them selves to be "A free and independent people, anil of right ought to be a sov ereign and self-sustaining association, under control of no power other than that of our God and the general gov ernment of Congress. " Then during the Revolution North Carolina furnished her full nuota of soldiers to defend the cause of liberty And the North Carolina troops show ed their valor at Alamance, Moore's Creek, King's Mountain and Guilford Court House. then early in the 60's when all the country was stirred from its lowest depths over the question of slavery ana the right to secession, when tho nation was on the verge of the greatest war of modern times, the popular sentiment of North Carolina was opposeu 10 secession, ror re membering the hard fought battles of th Revolutionary War, aud thinking that she had been the first to suo-est a declaration of independence, and 41... T. . , mat iu iook so mucn ami so many lives oi ner men to make this Union possible, should she now dissolve what had cost her such a sacrifice? Her people declared that they wished no convention whatever to be held to consider the propriety of secession But when President Lincoln ordered her to furnish troops to help subdue her sister Southern State's, the strono- I nion feeling immediately changed to a lixed resolve to secede from the Union and to cast in her lot with the Confederacy. commissioners were sent to the uuioiciiiie oiiirress. and were in vited, by a select committee, to seats on the floor of Congress in open ses sion, aim mat the Confederate Con gress induce the State of North Caro Una to co-operate with the Confed eracy in waging this great war. Also the Legislature sent commissioners to a peace conference in Washington, Dut all ellorts failed to effect a lastin peace between the Northern and Southern parts of the country, so that North Carolina was determined to cast in her lot for weal or woe with the ( onfederacv. She. accordingly, called a conven tion to meet at Raleigh to sign the Ordinance of Secession. Capt. Hamil- ion . uranam says that "The moment the last signature was fixed to that important document, the artill erv thundered forth, every bell in the citv rang a peal, the military band ren ...v. . jliiuiiu air, and witti one mighty shout from her patriotic citi- k groes were put into the Legislature instead of Ihe whites, and the negro Legislature in October, 18G.r, repealed the Ordinance of Secession. The white people were so maddened at the persistent encroachments upon their rightful liberty and being re duced in number bv the late war, a secret society was formed called the Ku KIisx, bound by the oath to be "On the side of justice and humanity and Constitutional liberty as be queathed to them by their forefathers in its orjginal purity. And to reject and oppose the radical party." The members of this Klan, disguised, went in companies at midnight to man- of the oflicers of the Union and the carpetbaggers who stirred up these riots, and who were, with the aid of the negroes, exacting such laws as were injurious to the liberties of the white people, and thev would flo? them and demand that" they should promise to chauge their treatment to ward the whites, or not support cer tain bills before the Legislature. And the frightened victims readily assented to the demands of the Klan. In 187o for the first time after the Civil War, under the leadership of Zebulon Ii. Vance, North Carolina's government was wrested from the hands of the carpetbagger officers. After several years of Democratic rule, the State was free from politi cal strife, until the Fusionists came into power. Then the strif" was re newed, and the love of liberty still glowing in the breasts of her people, on August 2, l'JOO, there was an elec tion which wrested North Carolina's government from the Fusionists and established White Supremacy forever! "Though she envies not others their merit ed glory. Say, whose name stands the foremost in liberty's story? Though too true to herself e'er to crush to oppression. Who cpn yield to just submission? mle a more loyal 11 js time all full-no wages docked His name on God's pay-roll And transportation through 'to Heaven A free pass for his soul. F A klTr. aih icu-i KUM WOKTI1Y MEN and women to travel and advertise for old established house of solid financial stand- oaiai j, c.su n year ana expenses, all in lasu. ao canvassing required Give references aud enclose self-addressed iW i-T' Address, Manager, 355 Postage Kates in 1853. (Statesville Landmark.) dist, uiee not exceeding .'10 Cents. 10 12' 18 For any miles .. Over 'AO and not exceeding- SOmiiee ver SO and not exceeding: 1 T.0 miles ver 150 and not exceeding 400 miles Over 400 miles ZJA letter composed of two pieces of as enarged with double these rates: with throe pieces, with triple, and of four pieces with miadrnnle' One or more pieces mailed as a letter and weighed one ounce were charged with quadruple postage aud at the same rate should the weight be greater Best For The South. Wood's Seeds. Wood's Seeds are grown and selected with s r e e i n I rtfr. I IIPFII IT! adaptability to X LI I lllllour Southern U1K soil and climate - .IT.. i "vi me best results and satisfaction everywhere. , . , if your mer chant does not sell Wood's Seeds write for Special Price-list. CtovJ.T2.'pnSeeU' Crimson T. W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va. WOOD'S FALL CATALOGUE! iA in 1 AugMtelliV .taut cStaESf Ctover, Winter Vetches, Rane Rli!LPr'nd WlnteT'otri' Seed Wheau, druses, v . Clover Seeds. Vegetable Seeds lor Fall Plantin Hyacinths, Tulip, etc. Catalogue mailed free. Write for it. MUS orui Carolina proclaimed to the world that she had resumed her sovereignty." The liev. W. S. Petti- grew, so loved and revered by the people of Henderson, was a member of the convention that adopted the "luiiiauce 01 recession. ll'l . uen i.overnor Lllis ca ed for volunteers, the young men responded nobly to the cause, for out of the white population of the State she was assessed 41, la men, but so earnest was she in the cause of liberty for tho Confederacy that she exceeded her quota to 00,081 men, about one-fifth of her white population. And toward me close of the great devastating war many an aged parent did as Thnmm Carlton, of Burke county, who, hav ing given his five sons to his coun try's cause, when the news en mo thoi all his sons lay dead on the battle field, even his vonngest, a bright promising bov, was also killed called to him his son-in-law, a deli cate man who had been discharged by the surgeons, and said, whife hiH aged body trembled with nmni and the great tears rolled down I,;- cheek, -(Jet your knapsack. Willi,.,. the ranks must be filled." True to her character. North Carolina troops went farthest up the slopes of Gettys burg and made the last charge Appomattox. " nt J u dre Koulhac. of !, l.Y-,. ninth Kegiment, savs of his comrades applies to all the vouth who in marched to obey the call of the State- now splendid and preat thav in their modest. Datient. enmp.'i 1. of country! How strong thev were in tneir young manhood, and pure thev were in their faith, and constant the'v were in their principles! How thev bore suffering and hardship, and how their lives were readv at th .11 ,.f duty! What magnificent courage what unsullied patriotism! Sii,T0r:, they bore, duty they performed, and death thev faced and love of the dear old h iqis lor the "lorv and honor nf V Carolina!" After the war tha conditions of th country were sreatlv rhnr..i tu former slave-holders and rufers of the State were reduced to poverty and the political officet wrenched " from them. The former slaves were now freemen and voters. The government was under the control of & .n;;o officers commissioned by the United States government, and far and wide the country thronged with carpet baggers, who came to hunt fortune in the devastated Southland. The com missioned officers and carpetbaggers many times, stirred ud the Pmni' pated negroes to strife and conflict with their former masters. The ne- The Negroes at the North. (Savannah News.) Philadelphia doesn't know what to do with her negro population. Some of her leading citizens held a meeting recently for the purpose of devising ways for educating negro girls to be come cooks and house servants, and for teaching negro boys occupations of one kind or another. At the meet ing a good many opinions of more or less value were "expressed and some complaints were made. One of the colored citizens present comnl that Philadelphia philanthropists were libera! in giving money to assist negroes in the South, but would not give anything to help the negroes in tneir own irit v. That citizen hit the nail on the head. The average Piiila lelphian does not have anything to do with negroes. lie would be glad if there were none in his city. There are more there now than can earn a decent living, the number being about 60,000. And it is increasing. Ihe negroes from Vir ginia and .North Carolina seem to think the Quaker Citv the place where they can get the most comforts with the least work. Nowhere in the North does the negro find a welcome. But the North ern people are always readv with abundance of indignation when there appears in the public print a hint that there is a nreiudicR ;.ii iho gro in the North'. Theywill give money to educate neirroes in the South because they want them to re main in that section, and they give the Southern people a irreat deal of advice as to the treatment that ourht to be accorded to the negroes, but they an; very careful notto invite them to immigrate to the North. Phe negroes are beginnine- to see that race prejudice is stronger in the North than it is in the South. Monev can be raised in the North to keep the ""s13 tueoouiu, out, none can be had to assist negroes in the North. You can't help looking down on a man when he s in a holp. The flllttoil npvor nnU 4:11 0 1 I ' 11 . -J Ull 1,111 I - I morrow what he can eat today. A Weli-nannered flultltude. f Mem phis Commercial-Appeal.) The excellent behavior of the vast concourse of people who assembled in Memphis during the Confederate reunion has been remarked on br many. Everyone was in good humor and well behaved. Once in a while a man or two were seen who would have been the better had Ihey divided their potations with several compan- , ions. A distinguished ex-Confederate, who was one of the efficient managers ' of the big mess tent where so nianv thousands were fed and who is ac customed to mingling in crowds, took occasion to express his admira tion in soldierly vernacular. Ihave been in many crowds," he said enthus iastically, "but I never saw as well behaved a crowd anywhere as was in Memphis. The mess room, where thousands came to eat, is the place where if there is anything mean in a man it will come out. Our big tent was filled by coming and going thous ands. They were polite, considerate and tactful: they waited their turn and waited on each other as if each one considered himself a part of the commissary force. It was an inspir ing sight.1' The behavior of the crowd was most remarkable. There was less bustle and crowding than at any ordi nary country picnic. Longface Be sure your sins will find you out. Harduppe I'm not bothering about my sins if the bill collectors only find me ont when they call. Not to be Solved. I Southern Railway. The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signa ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no 0110 to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and ' Just-as-g-ood" are but Experiments, and endanger tho health of Children Experience against Exncrimeitt. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mothers Friend. The KM You Have Always Bought Bears the Signati In THt STANDARD RAILWAY OF THE SOUTH. The Direct Line to .ill Points. EXAS CALIFORNIA, FLORIDA, CUBA AND PORTO RRCO. 7 3 Use For Over 30 Years. TMC CCWTUW COIIWNt, TT MUWWJtV TRICT. HEW YOBH CITV. (John K. Moss in Charlotte Observer.) The new South is crowded with problems problems racial, social and economic. The old South had none. Today we are afflicted with people who want to be solving problems for us all the time. That it required I five pounds of fat pork and a peck of cornmeal each week to keep the average negro in a condition to jerk the lines over a mule's back was not a problem. But the new South is breeding negroes who tote umbrellas, and a negro with an umbrella will ever be an invaluable problem long as the world stands. The South 5 Advancement. no (Manufacturers' Kecord,) The Texas oil discoveries will prove probably the greatest advertisement the South has ever had. Everywhere this oil field will be accepted as sim ply another proof of the undeveloped resource of the whole South, and every fortune made in Texas will be an incentive to the business men of the world to search the South for other hidden riches. At last the real broad world-influencing development of the South is getting under way, and Texas is giving it a mighty impulse. HENDERSON TELEPHONE COMPANY The following Toll Rates will be effec tive December 3rd. 1900. FROM HENDERSON: When the Hair Falls accompanied by mucous patches in the mouth, erup. tions on the skin, sore throat, copper colored snlotches. Allt swollen glands, aching muscles f HI ani bones, the disease is making rapid headway, and far worse symptoms will follow unless the blood is promptly and effectually cleansed of this violent destructive poison. S. S. S. is the only safe and infallible cure for this disease, the only antidote for this specific poison. It cures the worst cases thoroughly and permanently. I!g Condition Could IonIB0o, Dave Bccd No worse. S ... their treatment did me no good ; I was getting worse all the time ; my hair came out, ulcers appeared in my throat and mouth, my body was almost covered with copper colored splotches and offensive sores. I suffered severely from rheumatic pains in my shoulders and arms. My condition could have been no worse ; only those afflicted as I was can understand my sufferings. I had about lost all hope of ever being well again when ucliucu il 1 1 y . a. o., but must confess I had little faith left in any medicine. After taking the third bottle I noticed a change in my condi tion. This was truly en couraging, and I deter mined to give S. S. S. a thorough trial. From that time on the improve ment was rapid ; S. S. S. seemed to have the dis ease completely under control : the sores and ulcers healed and I waiil X x ... own irec 1 rum ail sigusyvs;, of the disorder : I have 'y''i been strong and healthy ever since. I,. W. Smith, I.ock Box 611, Noblesville, Ind. is the only purely vege table blood purifier known. $ 1,000 is offered for proof that it contains a particle of mercury, potash or other mineral poison. Send for our free book on Blood Poison ; it contains valuable information about this disease, with full directions for self treatment. ' We charge nothing for medi cat aavice ; cure yourselt at home. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. Watch School Histories. had fact (Atlanta Journal.) The Journal has frequentlv occasion to call attantioff to the that there are often found in the com mon schools of this State text books purporting to be "histories" which are delusions and snares, and should be excluded from the schools at once. In several Georgia counties School Boards have recently taken such measures and we have no doubt that there are others in which an intelli gent examination of the histories used in their schools would result in their condemnation. Burlington, 40 Chase City. 30 Claiksville. 2." Dunn, 4." Durham. :i0 KnhVld, 35 Franklin ton. 1T fireeiisboro. 4. (.ireenville, 45 (loldxboro. 4 High Point. ."0 llill.sboro, .'$5 Littleton. '2 Louisburg-. 20 Mercer, 40 Xahvill. 150 Oxford, lo Raleigh. 30 Rocky Mount, 3.1 Scotland Neck, 40 Smithlield, 40 Spring 1 1 opo. 30 Taiboro, 40 Wake Forest. 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Another road is projected from Tallulah Falls, Ga., to Franklin, Macon county.These will be costly roads, if the cost per mile is anything like it was on the Western North Carolina Raleio-h Times. OSCAR OUTLAW, Tonsorial Artist, HENDERSON, NORTH CAROLINA Btst Fitted up JftaYing Parlor in Town Printing- I That's Presentable. That's tin' kind of printing- 1 do. No slipshod work and inferior ma terial goes out wilh .Jones' imprint on it l'p-to-date type faces, taste and skill in efi'ectiveanangeinent of same, good paper and good press work are the combinationseinpioy ed. Prices reasonable enough to satisfy you. Quotations and sam ples on request. PRYCE T. JONES, "IttU JOB PRINTEk'." 1 Notice To Tie tallc f;; ATTENTION, A(ii:r Mr. J.ibuC. Drewrv, 4 ;(!.!. 1 Not th Carolina and Vinjiiiii ( ' 't known and popular 4 'ouipanv . THE MUTUAL BENEF LIFE INSURANC COMPANY, OF NEWARK. 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