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CONOKI), FEBRUARY, 2G, 1805
adjourning in honor of Fred Doug
hs, Ic thinks that the action was
an unfortunate blunder." No de
nial on the main poiut ; no defense..
Even the Caucasian's strong stomach
revolts at that dose. Charlotte Ob
Senator Franck, of Onslow, is dy
ing of pneumonia, at hi3 boarding
plase in Raleigh.
The Legislature is to adjourn
The Charlotte Observer prints the
names of the representatives who
voted to adjourn out of respect to
the memory of Mulatto Dougl ss.
Among them is the name of Mr.
Tae New York Legislature has
done at least one good thing in pass
irg a bill prohibiting the display of
foreign il gs on public buildings in
i -ii gogues in New Yrork and
Brouklv-M hv? frequently pandered
to h'-' jreign vote," as it is called
by oc'.y jwnally Hying the standards
of other nations from public build
ink There is but one flag which
fshould .'vyr be seen on such heights,
aad it'" the star and stripos. It is
the 1a of our country and every
oil: n of tb-j United Slates, North
or South, native or foieign bom,
ewes allegiance to that flag and to
that flag alone.
This is the feeling of patriotic
sons of other lands who have made
their homes here. Tbey consider
the fldg of the Union their flag. It is
comn endable in them to preserve
the traditions of their native laud,
to loye its history and to sympathize
with it in its struggles with other
foreign powers, but they are now
citizens of this government, and the
flag they should most love to see in
every place that represents the dig
nity and power of this government
the flag which should evoke the best
feelings of every heart in this land
is the flag of the Union.
" Long may it wave." Atlanta
I. AYS IMMY3 1TSIIAJSD.
The Caucasian is making a des
perate effort to break the force of the
Fred Douglas incident by denying
that t' e Legislature had refused to
adjou a in honor of the birthdays
of Lee and Washington. The News
and Observer, hojveyer, gets down
it? Cie of the Caucasian itself and
fihovrs that the House had voted to
rd.L urn cn Lee's birthday, but the
Senate refused to concur and there
upon the House tabled its own reso
lution and both bodies remained in
session. The House also voted to
adj arn on Washington's birthday in
older that the members might at-tcu-
the Newbeni fair that vras the
ad up:n which the proposition
W2-- put and again the Senate re
fused to concur and again both
branches remained in session. Thse
i-.re the facts as they were stated in
the Caucasian'3 columns at the
time. Finned down upon the main
point, that paper throws up the
sponge, abandons its role as cuckoo,
and says in its issue of Sunday:
''The Caucasian has nothing to offer
indefense' of the Legislature for
Judging by his record 13 a leader
in war Li Hung Chang ought to be
an immense success as envoy of
peace. Chicago Record.
Wunson "What do you do when
i your boy asks you a. que. tion cu
! cannot answer ?"
Mennison "Tell him he is impu
dent." Cincinnati Tribu: e.
"Which is my part in this duet?"
asked the prima donna of her hus
band, who was the tenor. "Your
part ? Here it is, of course. The one
with the lust words in it."- -Washington
Mn Marketmade (patronizingly)
"And you not married yet, Hulda ?
Really, I think the men must be
Hulda "That's what Aunt Maria
said when you were married." Bos
Fred "I say, Jack, do you know
that Gne-looking girl who just
Jack (moodily) "Should eay I do,
she's my sister."
Fred (doubtfully) - -"Your sister ?
O, come off! Since when ?"
Jack "Since last night." Great
Justice's clerk (writing out a tes
timonial for a discharged prisoner)
"This is to certify that Jakob
Brumms has conducted himself so
well during his four weeks' incar
ceration that he is welcome to return
here at any time." Disaskalia.
"Why don't you ever write any
"I did write a pcem once an 'Ode
to Oblivion.' "
"Indeed ! What becama of it ?"
"It reached its destination."
Detroit Free Press.
Monumental Liars a good many
gravestones Albany Argus.
Jilson says he does not see why
there should be any objection to wo
men entering the legal profession.
Nine out of every ten married know
well enough that her word is law.
I have located in Concord for the
practice of medicine and surgery,
and respectfully ask the public for a
share of their patrouage I may be
found at toy office at any hour of
the day or at my residence at night
when not out professionally, and
will gladly respond to all calls
Office under that of Montgomery
& Croffell. Respectfully,
rf J. E. Smoot. M. D.
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Having qualified as the Executor
of Robert A, Crimminger, deceased,
all personn owing said estate are
hereby notified that they must
make immedate pavmeat or suit
will be brought. And all persons
having claims against said estate
must present them to the under
signed duly authenticated on or be
fore to 12th day of January 189G,
or this notice will be plead in bar
of their recovery.
J. A. Bakniiardt, Executor.
This 12th day of January, 1895.
The fif ty-seventh ballot for United
States Senator from Deleware has
been taken without result.
About 1,500 employes of the Car
negie Steel Works at Homestead, Pa.,
were thrown out of employment yes
terday by the closing down of a
number of departments in the plant.
The charred remains of G W
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were found in the ashes cf their
house at Montgomery county, Ala.
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