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Ibn-. O. W. PBica. Paator.
Pint Unpii* iiiirch, aoath (^groh
fllTMt. anrviciM at 11 a. o,. s p, m. and
a p. m. Hkv. is. Ekopn, Paator.
Seposd Baptist Ctaiiroh. eatt 4UiBt.
aervieea at n a. n. 8 p. m. asd 8 p. m.
Sunday Sch(N>) at | p, to.
Rbv. Z. lUcuirroH, Paitor.
Q. U 0. uf O. P.—Rlalog Stac, No.
I665,at«^u bl-vM-kly, Tbatadar aiabt.
Odd Fallows Hall.
^ W. J. HuKTtt.N.0.
J.P. Smith, P.8.
Star of llopa, No. l.iBO, meets bl*
weekly, Tuesday nigh^ Fellows
Uali. O. M. Gun, N. G.
T. N. Davidsoo. P.&
Pride of SbaruD, Ko. 2.888, meets bi
weekly, Friday algbt. Odd FeUowa
**5l'*. Sakpt IIcEke, N. 0.
T. J. Weddifigtoo, P. &
Masoma—Paul Drayton Trirdgff. No.
7. meets tlrst aad tblra MoDd^D^iU
Id ea^ month. John 8mi—
Wm. SmIMi, Seeretary.
Good Samarlt^s, working nndar
Grand Lodge No. l.
Heliao^No. i0.meeU every Tneaday
night, in Bolden's HsH, on comer of
Trade and College Streets -Biebard
McPeeler, No. n. meets every Mon
day nighi, In Uoldao’s BLall—Lluit
Golgotha, Mo. 85, matte every Tbara-
day night. In Holdeol Hall—WBi,Foa-
Sliver Ulll, No. 88. neets every Frt-
dByalght.in Holden’s Ball-John Spin-
Ebenesor, No. 108, meets every Wed
nesday night, in Holden's Ball,—Bin-
ry Hoas, Seoretay.
IjOCAX AHD GEHEftAL.
Peraoiis failing to get their paper
promptly, will please inform us at
The oornmnnication fttm Mr.’C.
M. HcNoiil and the one Avm Coun
ty Line, are crowded ouL
Harnett conoty Teaobers Insti-
tDte,' is in seasioa At IdlllngtOD.
While and oolorod toaobors are in
vited to ottoiivi.
The Odd Fellows toads nine ap-
pearanoe on the streets Utft Wwd-
nesday aftomoos. Sewsval Tjallif
members were* in the ei^ k„h.
delegates, but no Lodge in a body,
we tbink, from abroad. A I
i>sad from Greensboro, aod tb«
Sharon band fomisbed tbs maMo
for the occasion. They marobod
throngh some of the principal
streets to Zion Church, but owing
to some misandentanding ol the
Sexton, be had not opened the
obnrch aod the procession mareh^
on to tbe K. S. Charcb, the doon
of which were thrown opsa .to
them, and wore then addressed 1^
P. N. P., 3. A. Tyler. The addmu
was pointed and intensting. Though
quite short it was highly ^ipreda-
tad by all who hsanl it & P. Ws«
acted as Master of oMonouies.
Gtaad CbifU»-J. A. T^,
Omad enatd-^M. P. ReSy. Row-
Grand Manhal Geo. M. Grtor,
Grand Warden Winslow,
Exsowtive Committee- I. B. Ab
bott, 8. P. West, J. W. Nsal.
Marrieges la Jaly.
Tbsrsglstsr of deeds for MseUso*
burg county issued narriags Iks
to ibe foUowmg oouptss during the
taontb of dply;
Cans Foung aod Mary Blount
Wm Grant, Adslios Jobosee.
Hsory Patrick. Stills Bryant
Jss Witbsrs. EUza MeCala.
Sandy RsfsU. Jans Bvaaa
Cbss Stows, Haaova Canrthi,
OrgsQ Lltaksr. Amy Marrow.
Aostlu Black, Banna Dowas,
Wilson Potts, Mlanle Nloeb.
Panl Oannt CaroIIos Holt
Cyrus Spring Jane Bobsrt
• B JuhMton, Amanda C Camlhm
Georgs OsiZo^, Laura Barty-
James Alexander. Hannah WlUisiaa
John Kerd, Jane Lemky.
E K MeCulleeb and Mary Barksy.
SimoD Xissssr. Aonls Bintsis.
£d 0 Bay, Bessie L Dswey.
Natban Sebloss, Joe Nathan.
Joo L Parker, Nora MoAUlstsr. ■
M F Kirkmaa, M O Flow.
Tbos KnoUs, Maggie Helms.
J Buht Cobb. Sallls Gaos*.
Mslrld Orsad Ladgs «. «. 0, af 0;^
The' Dlstriob- Gfu4- Lod^ ol
North Carolina, G. tT. O.'of ©.'"P^
met in Odd Fellows' Hall, this city,
on Friday last) at 12 m., and was
duly opened by Grand Master I. B.
Abbott A large number of lodges
was represented by ddegatee. After
going through the usual prelimina
ries, qneetioai of great friportaace
were disenssed, among which was
discussed with great Interest, edu
cation and care of tbe orphans, and
rsHef of widows of deceased broth
ers of tbe order. From the iplrit
exhibited, thefhtareproepeotof this
The firemen went tome Fi„t; branch the order ie brighter than
Baptist Churoh last Sunday after- bringing to the front
noon In uniform to bear a eermon '
by Bev. Mr. Eagles.
The Cape Fear Graded School at
Haywood, N. C., is said to be lour-
ishing under the umasgement of
Mr. 8. G. Atkioe and Mrs. Coepar.
A lad named Wil Crasweli, while
ridingahorsoof Mr. Blgler’e, was
thrown and bad a kg hrohen. It
was spliDterad we team, and ba Jg
They have mteed the south shla-
walk of Trade street from Church
street to tha Mint, aaariy two fmt.
Tbk briagi It naariy on a lavel
with thanarth aldo.
The BqmbEoan shmpaigil dub of
•ad Wanh k inaiiiii to maat
Friday night aaxt at Hr: >•
ton's aaw baoia.
IUti» Gaar, Gh'm.
Mr. J. T. Williams kaa basa invi
ted to deliver lha aanoal addraas
bdbra ths 8.8. Coavmrtkm at LU-
ilngtoa on tha iiat Friday la Sap-
Mr. J. T. WiUlsme spent
days ia tbe this weak, tbe
gtiset of Hts. KOlian.
We ware pisaaed to have wHh os
this weak, Mr. Gao. C. SotfHot^ of
Col. Waaaoto of the Goldsboro
Star, was ia the city thk waak.
OoL Thai. B. Keogh, of Greens
boro, waa in tha dty two or three
days this wedc.
I. B. Abbott, oi tbe Newbera
JMgt, spent a part of the week in
Mist Mary Lynnh left ns on Mon
day last R>r Akxandriana, where
ehe will '-teach the youag idea to
ICr. W. H. SouMr left for !^gh
Point on Wedasaday kat, with a lot
of hands to taka a ooatraot week.
Mr. Houser is one of our beat brick
Bev. Dr. Sdwaid Blyden of Li
beria, Is visiting Amarioa.
Cadet Whittaker is leetnring ia
tha Northern Statee.
such nicu as G. C. Sonriook, J. A,
Tyler, W. S. Holly, aad oihara, is
bMad have a telhag efbet upon
the Order. Geo. C. Souriook is quite
s young man, the moet respected
and industrious ia his ssotion.
While be has ^nt muck time for
thegoodof his people, be has stood I laadan of the Bepoblkan party
MMtOt BMMM8 IN MECKLENMNM
The oelorad people now have a
grand of^rtuni^ to have some re-
oognition on the Bepnblioao ticket
tbk iUl here that they never have
bad, or will have A>r many years to
corns. This is caused by tbe fltot
that this County was carried by
1,§M i^ority for the Antiprobibi-
tlon tickei.'Eiid victory
poesible this fldl. In sooriqg thb
victory the oolorod people oast, prac
tically, a solid vote for Anti-prohibi
tion, and from this issue we have a
combining of different ekmeata of
both parties Into a coalition party,
whose solo objeot is the defeat of
tbe Bourbon Democracy. Now this
party claims tbe negro voter ae its
fritbftal ally, because of hie vote o»
Anti^rohibition, aad rsUes on his
vote to ''arry b v County against
thsoigaaueo Demaevaey thk AH,
ibr without the negro votes tbs
pni^ would not ekot a singk man.
New, this being tiwa, tbe colored
voter must demand a colored repre.
•aatative on the tieket He k In
mqlority in the Bepnblioan party,
and shonld demand a Just raoogni-
tioo of bis rights. The so-eaUed
Mr. PbU. Ofatyhui* has the sym
pathy of bk auay frknds la ths
city In hk and hanaveasani. Ha
has loot t«r abOdfdb la the kat
year; two a tha apriag Awi Avar,
and two kit wurfi Amu whoifing-
oough. Hk hmt ia tatm*. Wa ax.
ty tbe Arge and anvil In hk own shop
aod brought himself up to s waf*
rial stand-point that mafcss him in
dependent, honest, ontspoken Bpou
all the topics of the dqy, and alwi^
looking ontdbr the general goad at
hla pMpk. Being of tha higheat
moral atanding, ha has dooa more
Ar tbe morri elevation of bk peo
ple than any young man in tha
State. He k a eoaMal
of the char A, and slri ,
ate in bk haUts. We eoagramiila
the Lodge opoB lha atiStioG I# fern
Sonriook •• Ha oMafoAosr.
Aftera harmonlonaisnAa af two
d^ tha Grand andadHa
kbers. lha neat saiMen wBl ha
hsld ia GaUshato tha iiM Twiidig
'fa Anmmt, IStt. Past Oinnd Man
IwLM Abbott waa akatad tar^
X. C., whiahinaatt in Ikstan, Mma.,
aaeoad TmStf In Oatehar nast.
^ Aiainng oAemi m
bava idadgad the negro volea to the
•aw party without hU aoaaaat, aad
have pnictioaUy dro^iad the Be-
IwhMsaa party and have lakee koM
of the Liberal or Coalilian party.
Thk being the ease, there bring
no Hapabllean party to fight Ar,
whatk the negro votar A dot Tote
on whirii side ba may ha will vote
a Democratic UdEot. Tha only dif-
ftranae between the two pattka
now k simply wh«k they. paimki,
m4 what thsy have dMe. Sash
h^lig tha aass, ths Damaoraoy ha-
lagdamwalliiid, a asm party being
Anaad, than the asgro ahonht da-
of hk mpn aalar, or that tha aketiva
■am ba divided with him.
The aolotad paogk Wna have
■svmhad W HuMm* wmsspritm
of thak power as votarn. Few k-
ttanoG ia tha akeNoa in 1881 ia tha
Wmsd ia Chartotia, W. X.
Xymi, Ar Congram, wiihsJ a am-
Bavtoa m over Jaaaa, and Gar-
Mi 148 orar Xaaaook. Thera wmn
MMwhilB Bipmiliaa am, mi
a8 ‘ ■
votad Amt dqy. In lAo Aatt-|i|oU-
hitian riaetion, the vata of ths*eal-
ofod paapk was as one man Ar smtt-
proMbMoa, aad the grant victory of
LfiOO audori^ in the County k
airing A hk vnU, and as viaAiy
seems essnred ia tbe All, It* k no
more thaii right that the negro
abonld have a pkee on Ae ticket
fbv hk Aithfkl ssrrioee ia Ae past
Tbe negro veAe tbe tioktt as a
Democrat drinks com jnioe—
straight New if he mutt ehangc
throngh sheer policy, and for Ae
benefit of Ae party, and voA Ar
coalition, be must have some sub
stantial evidenem that the party
means business, and not mere wind.
And be wfll not-voA blhuUy—he
has got hk eyes open, ss Gr^ says.
So sure are soom of Ae eoalltAnsrs
of victory, that Aey hare already
selected plsom Ar tbeaurivm and
friends on tbs County tsAei, but
never a word A Ae negro whai
place he shall have, expecting, as
they do, A be placed Aere by negro
voAs, k any colored voAr too blind
A see it Tbqy are working on Ae
same principal as tbe negro and Ae
tkaAAi" fromwhi^ aftsrabiki
prakgue, the prusahw Aok habd-
stcu A ahuw that tbe ark filly isp-
reesutad Ae Anreh in hw aavfng
powOT uud sAeacy, and that, as sB
wire lost who rsmained obtofth#
ark, CO all who live aad die in nag.
lect and contempt of Ae Anrch
and her means of grace, win also
peririi, sbowsd Aat oply Aces who
want into the ttnyard and maaght,
It k sot pomAIe In Ae brkfspaee
sUotted A Ak p^>er A give a frtil
rqfort of Ae gsotkinaa’s etet,
suffice it A say, Aat the large eou-
gregatioa went away as*
peoting A return that night, when
a chnnA will, ia all prababtti^, be
organised. It was plsssing A see
Ae interest manlftsAd by Ae oot
ored peopkin Ak new religious en*
Arpiim, sad t% were gtsstiy so.
soursgsd by As prsseaee of a aum*
ber of wbiA peoids, aad 1^ worda
of oheer from Bev. S. T. Hcdlman,
President of tbe N. C. Luthsrsm
Synod, sad pastor of ths Comxwd
Lutbsraa Chuitdk He smnrnd os
Aat we could depend- on Ae moral
aod pecuniary support of the Lu.
Aerans of the State, that fhadl
would be ooatribnted A rid us in
white man who went hontiug in
partnerAip. |The result of Ae day’s
hunt was a boxeard and a turkey.
“Wril,” arid Ae white man, “Sam, Ae erection of a Anrab( Aatws
sf urmy IspuykM mU
you take Ae bnssard and I’ll take
tuAey, or I'U take the turkey aod
yon take bnxurd.” '’Look heab,
boss,” said Sam, “you nebber Ar-
key A meuany time.” This states
tbe case exactly, while Ae ticket k
bring made up and offlooe bring
divided, tbe eolored voter stands
wiA hk bat off, but *' dey nebber
saytoricey narry time.” He may
be made A eat bnxxard, but like
Bill Toats, “ hell denied ef be has a
hankering arter it”
Now it k claimed by some so-
called oedored leaders, Aat it k not
policy A plaoe oolor^ men on the
ticket, Aat it will drive off good Be-'
pnblioans and blast our hopes of
vicAiy. By whose votes will vio-
toiy Ik made possible Ais ihll, if not
Ae negroes T Wbo stands Ae bhmt
'oc-lKit xOe uegVb uon't'suratvo'
tickets; he votes the Bepublican
ticket every time.
There is s clan of colored and
white Bepnblicans who styk Asm-
srivea leaders, wbo claim Aat A
place a negro on Ae ticket is A
vtte deftat, and all such movm are
instigated by Democrats A dsAat
tbe Bepnbliesn party. Such men
men are not A be trusted, ss these
have foOowed s policy by
which Ae Bspublkaa party hra not
gabled a ringk victory sinoe th^
have had charge. Thrir very in-
competancy^k shown u svmy mors
Aey have n^e. They have imver
sogiMSted an intelligent idea in the
managemebt of Coun^ politics
worth heuiiBgi Therefore, colored
ms^ Uunk |br younelvm, and do
not be kd astray by men wbo have
nritber the abiU^ nor the deebe A
do you any good whatever.
Now we oklm only a mxril place
on Aa tirikst—someAing like Beg-
kter of Deeds, a membsr of Ae
Lsgklaturs, aod Coostahk, will do
just BOW. Ve must hive something.
Thk k a Wf Omb^, and Aere are
n geat maagr (oed colored B^uhii-
oans A k who intend A be rdpra-
senAd on that tioket, or there will
beaftimin tho oau^ We iatsad
A porii H ttti Ae oonvention
aod we tetrad A have H. Mvmy
waate k, Md on ate
wkb ns. 80 rally 'Suund the ia|^
Aookl be left ft«e and nnfrumeled ix
Ae managetniot of our own omigiw
gstlon, that 1226 had already beefi
raised Awards onrpasAn support,
aod that Ae position ooenpied by
Mr. Eoonte was snob as A ha^
him down A fotnre agm m a hero .
in tbe great strifb against sin and
in defense of Ae ikiA ef the gimt
ri* Christ He also nuide ao tetert
mting statement ss A Ae doetrinm
and enl Arm of the LuAerati Chnrch,
a statement highly gratifying, nnA
promised A addrem ns on Ae same
Babdect at asoAer time, A wUeh
we AaH joyAilly look forward.
We now caU upon all friends, at
home and abroad, A come forward
and give ns Arir prayers, qrmpa>
thiee snd oontribntioBs, A rid na in
ran Church in North Carolina. Send
Wannin 0. CoLiicav,
Cracord, N. C.
Wmk te tauMe^ N. t.
Mo- lonoo.'—We la^oysd qriA
M iaArssttaf ssfvim in ths Osrai
$. KoontGlhora^y atdalaij isiieifi
I men voosfi stnl^t that Asfiteisuiss waa alkasredh
Wu toM, aa WB hopl tnhte A lha hnni mi herat ef ks
-OM»Ao.»a tkf k.wiM.|ouaMin,n.U.
Ib Uh ioterMt of tW CW-
ond Voopk Iho
I«p«r ia tin State.
Xwiy oMnad mb art
•Toty BepaWna In tin Oba>
Bmo aaghttoteka Ihtlto.