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liY JAMES i COULi.
Ul hi. The red of the yffjr nothing!
1: n) I ;n . their persol .testimony.
r noo: I :u. fonr r; -' for AT. hot V.dltn
wh-re lli'j mreiuc-m's '.ton
mure thau 10 ec-uU u uc-v. .
jr&b wheu he is thoit in
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ce a picre of Chi m.
i a'oiu aciu a! iy Ov, d . ior thv:
r ! :r!pli will pichv'.bly i-Oia ail it
of creation, rhe can voi make
(rrc-at Hm at the bargain ccniiter.
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v ijVEP.TIsn RATES.
V or vuia- advertidements
. ; o -, 'r on epplicntion.
j : i-1 communications to
Concord. "N. C.
That the heavier jour aoej i.iv . - -
dd V n-:-! hitc and o: rcurta ncro,
i T..- , i iv,.,vi.uj Vp. ftn; three
the more careful y a ,no
That no :suchiL is (-fiociiuii with
out examjd-; no athority in endure
ble save in so far a3 ic is sofan-.d by
t . .
That sefre!iai.u eve m a nia-
ter of curing one's faults, fosters a
i hidden conceit.
fourths i.ero and one -fourth
white," fay 'he Fasionists.
ropuiibts who denounce thin
action, and we ar.1 glad tc hear from
all morions that mmy denouncq it
severely, owe it, thomcolves and
their luiiiiiiej 10 sepende lh;n;.e!ve:i
rK-iT.iaentlvr from the nr.n who
Centre: j did its plain duly in
iia-j : . - iop03itioa to pui chase
r: : --ddence in Washington
L . p. .d cr.Iously hi di uud
;t l lo KuiinecS
.j. , ;,,d .j;a:e lusineia.
bring Rf);o.iCh upud them and shame
That he is happy indeed v, ho , Up0:i . S'.a Ilileigh N"e vs &
neither listens to himself nor to idle j Observer,
ta.k of others. -
That our imperftct frendd'Ci111 ! PjQF-SSIONAL CARD,
know us only imperfeoJiv. and t he " " ,
same self-dove that hide? the defect I " " "
magnifies ours. i Scaled in Conoord for iLe.
j , I practice of medicine and surgery,
Tha- nothing is eo rffcnr.ro to r- .
- t V. V.
An ;U:eoc a3 made in this in haughtv, sensitive self conceit as the i
. t;. ji.' hrv-u'h a job by force
2ir. B.ini va3 a reat inn and
, 1 ar -Lithusiastic popularity
. ,:io:,7 ' r-e :nasci3 of our people.
Ut hie fwr2 io not in the slightest
d '2, v ? r:-"n'2"ced with an uly brick
tv'o ir, Vvbih be lived during a very
ahorr- nJidion of his lllustricua
caieer. His place in history and
the est; iaticn of thecouatry cannot
e effected bv the demolition -of a
theatre on its site.
What Congress has do with the
fate A the Blaine residence we '.can
not tacrine. The pcheme to pur
chase it .vith 150,0o0 to be taken
out ot the public treasury waa an
attempt al a bare faced job. It went
whirling through -the Senate, but
the Senate is the-starting point for
all legislative jobbery It is credita
ble to the house that it refused to
concur in the appfdpriation, an'd
that its representatiyea on the con
ference committee finally killed it.
piitjiC lOi til
I may be
-jiid at my oiiice at my hour of'
tne uav r at my residence ao nignc
cclf coTccit of others.
That if yon lack sys em ana oxuei j y;h:x .);,t cut prufes.ooally, and
you wiil never. quite succeeu. . iliy respond to all calls
01ir:s under Lnafc ur iiontomery
That patchwork is an ancient
A , j & Oro .veil. i.e jpeotluil,
women needeu martyruom. a aw
i,i r ri-t; knaps.
fn hunting: for 'a wife for hi&i
qldest Sin, the Mikado of Japan
fibould not overlook Madame Dong-C-la3.
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A $7000 breakagti ,:waa .given to'
loi :e Washington ladies. Moat of
it was f or ilowers and music! A-75
cent meal at a railrdad eating house,
would bo more er joy able or satisfys
Monday will 0e a' memorable day
l:: American history. It marks the
expiration of one of the most trifling
congresses that eyer wobbled about
m Washington, The funeral is
over. Mo flowers.
IMlKPAItlXG FOil I)()0!SI.1 Y.
J. E. Smoot. M. I).
-'Coming events cast their sau i
ows before." The fusionists al
ready feel that the actions of the
m jzreLt-incod to sus-
ive met with public
Some of them ae
trying to improve their 07n records,
and in other ways trying; to make a
soft place upon which to fall, This
was evident yesterday when Mr.
Paddison introduced a resolution to
the effect that the country would
breathe easierd now that Congress,
which had done nothing but evil,
would 'anjourn-at 12 o'clock. Mr.
Parsons, of- Hyde, offered an amend
ment, in substance, thaf'whereas, we,
the Senate,, do. not know how much
we have done.that does not meet the
approval of the people, therefore be
iVresolyed, that we bow submissively
to the yoke of public condemn a
Mr, Vhite, of Alexander, who was
gagged by tne caucus order to sup port
the bill to make Chas, A Cook,
of Warren, a Judge, that he was ex
cused from voting, said that his body
should, judge not lest it be judged
with that judgment it measures to
The resolution was tabled, all be
cause the Senate feels the need cf
forgiveness for its short comings and
Congress has done pretty bad, we
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