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Clinton Cbg|>*l.(Zioo,; Mrrloet at 11
p. m. mimJ 8 p. m. aunday School
at i. p. m. Rst. J. a. Ty/es,
Wr8by(«Tiaii Cburph. oriwr Tih^’Hod
Mtn*MU; M-rvIcia hi 8 u. m. and
» i>. III. auciflay ScIiimI at 10 a. m.
Kev. li 1*. WYuiijs, Itiator.
S'. Michael (I'.E) Church. MlntSU
s>T\ii-r^ nt ?«|I. tn. Siiiitlay .scIkkiI at 4
J.Ukv, CiiAii, C. I’aau.r.
M. R, Church, aouUi Graham atreet
** .*• “i’ * f*- “• ® P- m-
Mm .iiv :jcliLHii al9 M. m.
Ftrst Baptist Church, south Church
tlreft.8«TVicv8atU a. m» 8 p. m.and
fe p. 111. Hkv. li. Eaolks, Pastor.
-Second Biptist Church, ea-t 4lh St
services M il a. m. 8 p. m. and 8 p. m’
auii'Jay Schiiul at 1 p. m.
IlEv. Z. Bauuhton, Pastor.
/• U 0. of 0. F.—Rialiijj star. No
Star of Dope. No. l,7»0. meeU bi
weekly, Tu»day nlaht, 0.ld Fellows
.. > M-GmEii.N.0.
T. N. Davidson. P.S.
Sharon, No. i2M, meets bl-
w-i-kly. Monday night Odd Fellows
“t 'i to II. CiiAi 11. Jones, N.G.
T. J. Wi-dJIngton, P.S.
MAHOKia—Paul Drayton I.a)dge. No
7. mee^llrstand third Monday nights
in ^ich month. Jons SscituT
Win. Smith, Secretary. W. M.
Grand Lodge No. a.
lO meets every Tuesday
night In Holden a Hall, on comer of
Tr^a ajjd College SirepU -Blphard
McPeeler. No, 11, meets every Mon
day night in U-dden's UatllLiuie
G N.,. s.-; meelB • very Thiire-
nay i>iKhl,hi Ilddeua Ual—Wm.Foa-
8liV. r TI.ll, N .. 82. meela i very Fri
day night.In rioldci.-B llall- Siien
j?'>‘nez r. No. Iftl, ra-fta everv UhI
"o-fliv iii-htln ll..ld«„’. n.il|,_H,.n
ry ItiM, '“gofgtiy.
lo(;al and oenebal.
Tlio election is over.
V^c RFC all ijlaJ of jt,
Nov ftjr tho lairs, Who is gojng ?
The fair at Columbia, S. C., opens
'"lie fair at Wadcsboro oomos off
Ppepmbpr. Tvet iis ail go,
Communion at Zion cburch tc.
morrow. The Bishop will preach
Mr. Frank Smith, an employee of
the C. C. A A. Bailroad, bad a hand
and arm badly crushed on last
A tbipfepteipd Ifr. Jeff. IJagief'g
buof tnarke^ laa^ Thursday morning
Ijofore day, and being beard Jiy Mr.
V>^m. UintoD, be came ont and fired
at the thief aeveral times but failed
to fetch him.
Mr. G. T. Ruby, editoroftboNew
Orleans Rtpublic, died on the Slst
' ult, of coiigcetion of tbo brain.
There seems to be a colored man
I ibo Columbian iaw seboot at
Washington city. A majority of
the boys think him their peer and
are satisfied to remain with him.
Mr. E. B. Craig, the valedictorian
of the last graduating of Biddle ia
now employed in that institution as
one of the teachers.
Rev. J. C. Price, of Salisbury,
paid us a flying visit Inst Friday.
Our people want to hearbire preach
Mr. Jones MeKclIar, ayoungman
from Fa^’ettovillc, passed through
our city last Thursday on bia way to
' Tuscaloosa, Ala., to enter the Tub
caloosa Institute. This institution
is supported by the Presbyterian
Rev. Mr. Glass and James Ander
son Iiavo gone to the A. M. E. Con
ference at Newborn.
ZIOM WESLEY IN8TITUTF.
Bishop Hood Is expected to preach
at Zion chnrcb to-morrow.
The North Carolina conference
of thfi A- if- Churpb mepta ip
^ewbopitg, op WodpeadRy.
Jljshop Ppypp or Pickoraon wHl
Th* South Carolfoa Oonlhrenoa
of the A. M. X. Zion Church will
aonvenein Torkvilie OB next Wad*
ni'Hday. Bishop T. H. Lomax will
The Kastorn North Carolina Con*
furencoof the A. M. B. Zion Chorch
will convene In Wilmington on the
first Wedneaday in Daoumber.
iliHhop Jones will preside.
Tbe Virginia Conferanoa of the
A. M. E. Zion Cbun^ will convenp
Ip Edenton, N. C., p«x^ TfptloFWlpy,
Bishop will prp^de.
^bo ^cstepn North Carolioa Con*'
ferenca of the A. M. B. Zffla CLareh
will convpne in Stataerilia, N. C., on
tho22nl but BMmp Heed
Ottelai Vote for the Verloei
The board of canvaaseia counted
over tbe returns from tbe various town-
sbl] s of tbe county on the 0th. eonclud
Ing their labors shortly before enn-
down. Tbe following Is the official
oounty vote for tbe varlonscandidates:
For Congress—Dowd, 3,384; John
ston, 2,I(ia Dodd's majority 488.
Dockery, 2,705. Bennett's mulorlty 532.
Associate JutUee Supreme Court—
Ruffin, 3JII2; Folk, 2.075. lluffi
Superior Court Judges—Flarldlstricl
Shepherd, J^liO; I*ool,2 07a Shepherd'!
Second Dlatrlet—Philip«,.7.3i0i Moore.
2.074. McKoy'e mej irity 841.
Fourth DUtrlo —.McIlee,3,810; Gulb-
ile. 2,0tB. Mellru'd m.ij ,ril) »&).
Firib District—Gilmer, 33l0; Ed*
wants 2.07U. Gilmi r'e mx/orlly, 840.
Sixth Dlitrlc;—Sblpji, 3,340; Church-
UL2J47. Shipp'd majority sps,
2,700} Osborne^ majority 741.
Senate. 8. D. Alexander, 8.^6; W. li
Myers, 2.031. Alexander's majority
Houst-J. & Myers, d., 8A17; T. T.
Sandifer, 3.315: W. U. Bailey, d.,
3^330; Pope, r.. 2.002} Uupter. r., 9,002,
and Morton, r.. 9A84.
Sheriff—M.K Alexander, 8,428; R.B.
Uuy, 2A01. Alexander's majorily 667.
Clerk—John li Erwin, 3354; C T.
Walker, 2350, Erwin's majority 495.
Regliter of |)M>dg--Wm. Maxwell,
831T} J. J. Sims. 2337. Maxwell'a ma
Treasurer-MiClinlock, 8,040; Belk,
8,100, Belk'a majority 166.
Cormier—Smith, d.. 2338; Kirkpat
rick, r.. 2301; McLurr, lnd.,105; W.K.
Alexander, Ind., 8-07.
Survayor-Orr, d, MD] Flow, -
9.7091 Biggsrs, iDd..4.
The following la tbe vote for oonata*
ble In Charlotte towoabip:
Ward 1—Orr, 240; a F. Alexander,
254; George, 127; M. H. Wolfe. 1)7; B.
J. Caldwell, 185; J. S. Heaoa,65; Har*
Ward 2—Caldwe I, 846; Harkey.OQS;
Orr, 80; George, 62; Wolfe, 68; Alex*
ander,40: Meana, 88; W. S. Bryant,!.
Ward 8-CaIdwell, m,\ George. 211;
Wolfe, 87: Orr, ISO; Meana, 148.
Ward 4—Wolfe,79: Qarkey.aO; Oir,
166; George,180; MMnB,l36; C^ldwelC
188} Alexander, 4Qi J.W.Hoark,!; W.
Last Monday morning, after
spending Sunday night in Concord,
wo went over to Salisbury oxpresr-
|lytO Bce the connoctional institu
tion of Zion Methodist church..
Wo arrived at tbo old town very
early In tbo morning and proceeded
to the residence of our old friend
Wm. Henderson. Ho rose a llttl©
earlier than usual that morning,
and as ho is a loading politician in
Rowan county, wo were soon ab
sorbed in the discussion of politics.
Mr. Hendorson married ono of our
boat young iadiee of Fayoltevillo,
and his mother-in-law, Mrs. Carter,
whom wo have known from our
childhood prepared breakfast forua.
After spending-a few hours very
pleasantly with them wo visited
*ION WESLEY INSTirrTE,
whore wo found that talontgrf' and
affable young divino, Rov. J, C.
Price, who is always ready ,and on
hand. Ho showed us around the
grounds and through tiio buildings.
They hare about forlyacres of land
and ono very nice two story build
ing in which are lodging rooms and
recitation rooms. It is tbo purpose
to put up a temporary building at
once, and in a few. months com
mence the erection of a ten thous
and dollar building. The plan was
explained and is very convenient
The grounds and all arc paid for,
nice deska are ordered, they have a
nice organ and piano, and in short
have made an excellent start. There
wore about thirty scbolars in, and
from the applications^o the princi-
pal, nearly one hundred are oxpeel*
ed dnring the winter. Prof. E.
Moore is the principal teacher at
Now wo would urge the members
ofJSloH o..nnoollon to scud in their
boys and girls, wo would say to
young men nud ladies, patronixo
this your own Institution. Mr.
Price and Mr. Moore are both git^J,
uates from on© of the best coiJogea
of the country- at,i| xtiuk among tbe
bri^ktpat scholars of our day. The
oohool bus afino and healthy loca
tion. Lot tbo ministers and all
leading men do their duly, and
without detracting from any otbey
institution, Zion Wwjpy may beflll-
ed at on?^, Tfaare ia no work ailot-
Rd for the students and the oxpen
ses are small.
Gipe Foir ul Yiikh Vill^ E'j.
To take Eflioct on Monday,
June ISth, lg«8.
AT OOLlmstA, a. o>
Novmbef 14th, I5tk,16tl8iiil 1711,'82.
vUt be OMrmM b> u...vwtuuai
■ - 2 IA
- t H6
■ I 60
- 1 AO
. 1 20
UllbeitBollMt ... 7^
All arttdMtnteBdM tor fxblbUtoB (meehoma
Viiwiq!*;;.;;;;;;; \ ~
Sraauenue.. a ,
Under 2 80
Ml aniaMi inieBCM tor f xtalMa
111 w mutponea
rlfbt et ablDplng
rhoelpiec Prelcbt Biu, and ****111.^,^
if**i*“^ Awodahon ihaCUwaniMe
I'Vr tortber tolomauw, eMrtM
**•^^0. Pnlcbtand l-ati, Axam,*£iaai^^a, CL
SPARTANBURG, 8. C.
W E have the best shop in the city.
and do good work, GIviusa
call un Church Street.
Shaving lOo. Hair Cut 25o.
J. A. ANDERSON.!
A. PILGRIM, j
At tbe Zion Churob on Toeaday
last, the Rev. Tyler offleiatiog, Mia
Emma Alexander of tbe city, to Mr.
Cato Thomas, of Columbia. Tbe
wedding was one of tbe moat brill
iant affaire of the oeaeon and much
regret ia expnaaed by tbe young
men as to a stranger carrying off
tbe palm. Wonder why so many
of our young ladies ma% off 'froth
gpcRk young moo.
Dahttixii. Va , Kov. a—Trial . f
4ohD ileary Jubiwtoa, mayor of tbU
dty, MMsd for Uw murder of Mia E
BaMar, bae beea poetpoiwd to Dream-
berurm of eeait, aadMaateowm'
A^MVia. Oa. Noy. • -To^y tfea,
GeoacM ffmemMy diaetefl EemoaTIlall
Colored ProleMort for Uberta.
Bey. A, M. Browne, naator uf suiloh
Preebvterian ohuroh, 5Sw York, and
Metbodiat Episcopal cburch, same city,
have raelgoed tbeir pastorates to ao*
cept prof^TBblps In tbe colored col
lege of Liberia, Africa. The former
takes the Charlee Hodge professorship
ofinreilemual and moral pbUoaonbv
of bellm-lettras, hUtory ana law. Both
are very young men. Mr. Browne is
81 years of age, and was born in Waah*
ing^, D. a He atudled in Howard
Univeraity, In bis nativeoity,and after*
entered Prinoeton Seminary, from
wbloh he W4B graduated in ie7A He
InElliDbureh Lniveralty, in Scotland,
*>?£ which he read theology and atudl
ed Mie anguagee In Oermiay. He la
unma^ed. Mr. Stewart la ag yaara ^
fft®" liL® ^ parents In
Cbarleiton. k 0., and was gradoated
from the Cnlyeiaity of South Uarotina
n 1OT5. Pot two veara be practiced
law In South Carolina, and waa peofea-
aor of matbeauiUoa in tbe StaU A^
cnlln^ ^Ilage for two yefSi. fir,
Stew^then entered Princeton Seml-
ne'Ti »fter itodjlBg for two yean
filing bj^tb. In 1880 m wasoaUad to
The two young ptofeoaon will sUrt fw
®^ toother In
»“1 **]‘ » ■‘®"‘h In Scot-
utd, England. Franoa and Gamany.
, Wasiuhotok. Nov. 9.— AUornav
Brewiiar baa written to the
dUtfiet conmlasloaen! asking for the
K movalof d^ctlve Geo O MlUar, nn
lhat ha betrayed the later-
lU of ^ govern meet In the Star roole
laes. Tbs ppquratwak made upon the
^mendjgu ol Mmn
and HaoilUm and nurihwHiterB Rsll-
Lem ^00300,****** *** *'*"’”** t' "day.
-Waihwihw. Kct. I—TtAKcratn*
^ truinr, bw dicjdrd titmA
MMOI M DaiM. TttffSTSt
•lUl lb, ulMIOI of
To My Customers and the Citi*
zens of Charlotte.
f desire to have It distinctly under-
X sto^. that 1 am still furnisbing
books for the Graded Schools either by
exchange or Introductory prices, as
cheap as any one In tbe city. Itdma
not matter to whom you are inatrncted
for your books byslipe glvenyour chil
dren, always underatand that they can
T the same rales at my atore.
Juat Wng tbe slips to me and I will fill
the orfer as cheap as you can get them
■"X^heretand will make youa present
bealdee. Very respectfully.
Notice is hereby given that the
above named Body will meet in tbe
City of Wilmington, N.C., on Wed*
noeday, the 18th of November. A
large attendance is requested. All
Deputies, Past W. C. T., Worthy C.
T. and Worthy Vice T. of all I^gea
are ^neated to be present. Keep
in mind the timeand place. Lodges
will elect delegatee as nsual.
■ BY ORDER EX. COUNCIL.
Sept. 23rd 1682.
iSf^ of ZiM, 4ftic* American
^abutmon, Raleigh Baaiidr, Golds-
boro Unktfrm and Newbern Zodoe
irm please copy.
Officers of the Federal OaMnwiBt
Chester A. Arthur, of New York
President of the United States.
Frederick T. Frolinghuysen, of
New Jersy, Secretary oT Sute.
Chartes J. Polger, of Now York.
Secretary of the Treasuiy.
M. Teller, of Colorado, Secre-
tay of tbe Interior.
Robert T. Lincoln, of Illinois, Sec
retary of War.
Wm. E. Chandler, of New Hamp
shire, Secretary of the Navy.
Timothy O. Howe, of Wisconsin.
B. Hams Brewster, of Pennsyl
vania, Attorney General.
SCPniME COURT or THE UWITID STATES
Morrison R. Waite, of Ohio, Chief
Samuel P. Miller, of Iowa,
John M. Harlan of Kentucky,
Stephen J. Field of California,
Wm. B. WoodsofGcorpa,
J osenh P.- Bradley, of New Jersey.
Stanley Matthews, of Ohio,
Horace Gray, ofMassachusetts,
Samuel Blatchford, of New York,
Our State OewcMneirt.
Thomas J. Jarvis, of Pitt. Cover*
James li. Robinson, of Maoon,
W. L. Saunders, of New Hanover
Secretary of State.
John M. Worth, of Randolph,
Treasurer. ^ '
Donald W. Bain, of Wake, Chief
^ Hal. U. Worth, of Randolph, Td*
W,P. Roberta’ of Gates, Auditor.
Thomas 8. Keenan, of Wilson,
John C. Scarborongh. of Johnson,
Soperintendent of Public Initmo-
Jobnatono Jonee, of Bnrke. Adin-
tant General. ^
J. McLeod Tnrner, Keeper of the
Sherwood Haywood, of Wake,
W. N. H. Smith, of Hertftifd,Ckiel
Thomaa Rufln, Tbomaa S. A«t>«,
W. H. Bagley of Wake, Clerk.
R. H. Bradley, of Wake.
Waters' HarmoiiiG Organs