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hi JAMES I. COOK.
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worthy objects at and near home, po
down ia their pockets and aid in
serving missionaries to foreign couc
tries often times among a clas of
people far infeiior to the cobred
people among us and who always
will be. Now isn't this so?
It behooves every man to make
secure home affairs. It behooyes
him lo do what he can t) better
the morals, the conditions and the
habits oi thosa around him. We
h.we lynching, violations of law,
saicidesaud all such in this country
to a greater degree than in many
countries where we e struggling to
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Stocks, Bonds and Grain bout acd
sold, or carried on Margin.
X s.Send for explanatory circus
lar on speculation, also weekly mar
ket letter. (Krec) wly
Who c , d the world is growing
bctt-'-r: Ie id j:ist as unknown as
i-av h'vuiH" assassin that struck
iiilly n. ;.;s.n.
A p:i it is better and getting
bettei; a part of it is meaner ami get
:i : ::ai;er. Which part is the
larger can not be knora with any
Mr. Roitzel. who lost one leg m
the Civil war, was one of the mis
"uided Democrats of old Catawba
county that ioined the Fusion move
ment. Wnen the Democrats controlled
- j the Legislature they made him As
isistaut Doorkeeper of the House.
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This vt:i- ht vpnt down to tne
Eeat of agony and applied f ir this
petition. He waa confronted by a
new elateone i;.ade by Marion But
ler or some of the otln-r bosses or
This old Confederate soldier, who
offered his ;,U in defense of the
C rue he es,. ,uted, left one leg on
r,,,.Mir.ifv U i VP. 'lit lir-
l.'.lUI cV, I I . V t v - ...
. - v keep in touch with the little Held. Ti e crumb he
,.,r Vh.i. is b..d I wanted was not more than be do
. -pt on:il and catchy :b se: vtd a true uoniuierate eoituer i&
I have located in Concord for the
practice of medicine and surgery,
and respectfully ask the public for a
share of their patronage I may be
found at rny office at any hour of
the day or at my residence at night
when not out profevioniUy, and
will gladly respond to all culls
Office under that of Montgomery
& Cro,vcB. liv.-pcetfully,
f J. E. b'iiooT, M. D !
Have You Read The
THIS MORNING ?
i s pnotograph sent by
good enough for any th iag.
ti i wii'.-s to the very j 'J a.'
of ' v-Tld v.n tie same
vrinud in hundreds of newspapers
i v iu went do n to Kdeigh
and asked for rt cognition the
Fusion Lejislutr.re heUl up atul
l.tv hvd v, Tii ;:- thebusineisof the shock-in nis 1-ce Abe Middletou, Ue
papers an-., if llie-y don't do u, tht-y nv&io hjts of Duplin Cjunty. 'J'hey
i. r.nl ; '. , i; ct ;,f iluir t ! ;.lu to hi HI "LMj Lori'". WC WUI1 1
Jarnrn nm.ii .ur the- news. it i :-. I tnis ; c-lor-d ''entlejen for r-Sois'.ant
But tho:"t- r.--e thoueauds and thous
ands of t'oj.l deeds that .-nevei" find I
their way ttn feel awuy the world
is in total darkness of them. And
thus it i- are lead to believe that
tiiio old oo.r.iy id growing wou-e
diy ly ' y.
luit there me men who are k ep-
iuir r.-'jorus. i nese tell a tale ot in-
: : on the side of the
ledger ttiut Lui is,
In anolh.r column we print some
e-:;:4tis:ic compiled by ths Chicago
Tribune. Suicides, deaths by yio
, i. ' . l zemcn ts for 1891
vTt re an iac- :ise of those iu 1893. In
th:s h.C. wiii there is a single
r-x3 the lynching3 were not po
numerov.: a in the year 1893.
The I ited States is getting "rep';
lor missioiiary work in foreign coun
tries People are too prone to cor"
icci aiC r form their neighbors. It
13 a que:!7, vn whether this big spread
trgle s of sending missiouaries
to foreig - countries, ana in places
often where they already have the
Christian church established, is best
when thv: is sd much need in our
mi.d. Lei-, ij lots of missionary
wcrk to be done here. They get
worked up to such a pitch that some
people Cv - soe over a mountain at
home and across the Pacific Ocean
and locaU' a si t in India where a
missionary needed, Self-preser-yatior
is the law.
Thig is not exactly relative to the
subjecl but we drop it right here.
There ai 1 men and women who
draw an insurmountable barrier be
tween ch3P?selves (even a3 to cour
tesies) a: 1 men who come among us
from pur. si -cere motives tmd good
consciences to aid in bettering the
condition of the colored people. Yet
the same men, to the neglect of
doo: tuepe a"d that beieg the case
ou.; er."ces are not needed."
j'oa ree whtiu we have o'.ten
we vro j ::st S"ro:.d door from the
times of ISG'3. This is the initial
Mr, limned to the beau
tiful Ftcries of rt.-Torm he Ivbevcd
the.n be howled for toem and now
b e ?s j u g t what is w h t.
You can e ,1i it Populist call it
UepubFcjP c :M it Fusion caM it
anything you please It i-j
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Ail persons are hereby notified
that the Jinuary, 1893, term of the
Superior Court for Cabarrus county
will not be open before Thursday,
the 2Uh aay of January 1895, ana
all jurors, witnesses and suitors will
not attend before that day, Januaiv
24, 1895. And further, all suitors
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1895 of the second week, as the civii
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