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■WTLLIAM 0. SMITH.
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SATURDAY, DEC. 2,1882.
All money moet be eent by regletered
letter or money order.
II yoa don’t (Wt yoor poper at the
proper time pleeee tell oa »l onoe.
Short eorreepoDdenoe of ioterwt to
thi* ffeoerel pnbltcU ecdlclt^ bat don t
be muppoin^ if yon faUWeee yonr
nrc-daetlon in oor oolomns. We ere not
rMMoelble for the Tiewe of coiw
pondent^ Anonlmotu oommuniee*
ftone go to the waste basket
OUR NEW PREACHER.
The conference which convened
in Sttteevillo laet week, .removed
Elder J. A. Tyler from Clinton
Chapel, in this city, and made Pre
siding Elder of him, and eent here
in his Btead, Rev. Roht 8. Riv»—
Mr. Rivee is a young man of ability
and excellent moral standing from a
boy. He is a modest, unassuming
Christian gentleman, and we ^ink
will suit onr people. He preached
in SUtosvllle the last conference
year and was greatly loved by Ue
people, who regretted to give him
Our good friends here know just
how to receive strangers and it is
hoped that they will make our new
minister feel that he is at home as
soon as he reaches the city. Let
them take bold of him at once and
not wait for any ceremony or form-
elity. He is our minieter, and we
are his people. Let us all show him
that we feel like we are ail of one
He has a wife and two or three
children. They are from the Cape
Fear section. The Mxastitoxa wel
comes him to his now field.
REV. J. A TYUR.
This gentleman who has labored
with us he last three years, having
8. ''ed I.’ -ong as the Methodist cub-
tom allows, has been sent to new
and broader fields to labor in. He
is now Presiding Elder over the
Concord district, which has been
presided over the last two years by
Elder C. R Harris. This district
takes in Salisbury, Concord, Monroe,
Ac. He will be expected to bold
about 52 quarterly meetings at 13
differsnt places and preach at each
The people of his church here did
not want to give him up. His fam
ily will rmnain with us, pnd we may
expect to see him about the middle
of neartg every week.
•ONE OF THE AFPOINTIIENTR.
Being unable to seonre a complete
list of ^s appointments of tbe eon-
fknnoejoit held at Stoteeville, we
give a few of thoee we have learned
ot Tbe flfilowing are Freni ding
Heny ▼ilBams^Uiem'ille district;
3. A. Tyler, Concord district; A. M.
Barrett, Wadesboro district; B. H.
Kmmons, Fayetteville district; W.
Tbofber, ChaiioUe district.
Appointments: Charlotte, & 8.
Bivse; BUteeville, A. F. Ooslin;
Oonooid, J. IL Hin, retnmed; Mon-
JO*, M. W. Bynnm; Jonesboro, D.
W. ▼flHams, 8r., JebnstOBvills, 6.
W. OnaAe; Htokoiy, D. W. TTil-
Uams, Jr.; B. 6. OoIUbs, goes to
Obmter, S. 0. Sslisbvry, J. C.
Lodge; IdMoUtoB, B. L. OampbeH;
Bbalbgr, A. O. Keeler; BiddleviUe, F.
lyette^ 0. H. Hm«. Dmrid-
Hew Oea We Seeceed.
There is no question harder than
this to answer properly, let it come
as it may, and from what source,
and It seems more » to a poor, in
experienced race, that has snob
evils to contend with as our race
has had; but we most face tbe mu
sic And try to prove ourselves “Mas
ters of the Bituation.” We must do
as all other races have done that
have succeeded, and it requires edu-
oation as well as thought and bard
work. The people most be taught
to know good from bad, and right
from wrong. This should not be
left for the school teacher alone,
butit must commenced in tbe family.
The mothers and fathers of the
rising generation must set-good ex
amples before their children. They
should be taught to be truthful aud
honest, which will make them relia
ble and respected. Do what you
Can for them at home, and. then
send them to school, whore they
may learn to read and write, if no
more; but they should be kept in
school until they complete an Eng-
lisb education. They should be
taught to work, for there cannot be
any Bi^ceas withoutlaboi. We must
have more laborers and fewer loaf
ers ; more honest men and fewer
thieves- More of our people must
go to tbe farm, where they can
make an independent living, in the
place of trying to stay in the cities
and towns. Give more attention to
agriculture, and lees to politics;
give more attention to home inter
ests, and less to national afikirs, for
tbe present. We should treat every
man with respect, regardless of his
religion or nationality, and demand
tbe same from hiifa, in any way be
coming a gentleman. Learn to
save as well as woric hard and col
lect what we earn.— Watchman.
so warped by the institutions of
slavery as tbe American nation.—
Ho elevated condition of tbe black
man hi ibis country seems to dissi-
pato their prejudice to ttie extent
of a moral recogniUon of his moral
or intellectual worth ; not even in a
Crowther, who ia a living sample of
tbe high susceptibility to which the
black race may aspire. Yet, they
Chicnxv IroB Mill
Chicago. Dec. 1.—The Norlhside
BoUlng Mills were shut down for want
of work, throwing out of emploTmenl
1300 to 3.000 men. Tbe Southslde mills
oontinue running,with no present pros
pect of itoppiog. Presldeas I'otter says
rails can be made $6 per ton cheaper
than at tbe Nortbslde. because of labor-
aaring maebioery, and many aeoommo-
datlona not posaesaed by tbe latter.
Joliet, ill. Dee. 1.—iiteel milla
have given notice that they will shot
down till January let.
Several Marderera Arreated.
Chicago, Dee. 1.—A dispatch receiv
ed from Kalamazoo this morning an-
nonnees tbe arrest there of a colored
deaperado who killed offleer darenceE
Wnght on Tuesday night. In Chleairo.
An Indian Territory special reports the
capture of three murderers. Walker,
Reynolds and Gardner, near Darling
ton, after a sharp atrunle, during
which they were nearly killed. They
bad mnrdered a yonng man in Co
manche county, Texas, and ofBoers
have been In pursuit of them for three
Bwaag for a Sweetheart.
New YoBic.De&l.—A despatch from
Edgefield. 8. Cm says Moeee Lockhart,
colored, e^ 28 years, was hanged there
at 1 o'clock for the murder of Moeee
Blalock lest April Blalock enticed
Ld^kbert’a aweetbeert away from him
and tbe latter ebot him dead on light.
Tbe gallows was formed of upright poet
and cross beam, a figure four trigger
and trap door. When the trap sprung
the condemned man dropped fonr feet.
Tbe hanging was private, hot was wtt-
nened by bondreds from windows and
tree tope. Lockbart was resigned to
An Afriosn BIshep In The English
A Wlfh Beater to he WhlppeR.
BALTmoax, Mn.. Dec L—In tbe crim
inal Court to-dey Tbos Foote, colored,
was found guilty of brutally assaulting
and beating his wife ai>d was sentenecd
to receive 18 lasbee, to be administered
by the Bberlfl within tbe walls of tbe
ail This sentence is under so act of
be Legisleture of 1882, Hotice was
given of sn nppeel to test the oonatitu*
tlonelity of the act
Rev. Samuel Crowther, D.D., a
native African of the Akeo tribe,
tbe disttoguisbed mark of which he
yet bear upon bis cheeks, is one of
tbe Bishops of the Church of En
gland. This very learned and dis
tinguished preacher when about 11
years of age, with others of his tribe,
were taken captives by another hos
tile tribe and sold and put on board
of a slave ship which, before reach
ing its destined port, was captured
by the English cruiser and taken to
Sierra Leone, where tbe captives
were set free. Young Crowther
was put to school at Free Town,
which be attended for some time,
and madexapid progress in bis stud
ies and was subsequently taken to
England to receive a higbor training.
He reooived a liberal education' and
also prepared lor missionary work
and returmed to bis native oountiy'
and established tbe Christian reli
gion. He translated tbe Bible into
bis own native tongue, and made up
a grammar of his own language and
wrote a dictionary of the language
of bis countrymen. In a visit to
England a few yean ago, be had
conferred upon him tbe title of D J).
by one of the highest of Englaud'i
inatitntiona of learning. He became
an object of admiration of tbe Queen
and her Consort who became his
While we were on the west coast
of Africa, laboring as a missionary
a few years ago, Dr. Crowther made
another virit to Eogiaod and was
thsit created Bishop of tbs Valley
of the Higar, where be is doing a
great work in tbe canse of Cbris-
tianity, nnder the ears of the Mie-
•ionary Bode^ of the Sogliab
Church. It is worthy of remark In
this Qonneetion, that the Bn^ish
peof^ are doing more fbr Africa's
rsdanqrtion than any other people
In the world. Were the Ameidoan
peopi* M lihecmt as the Bngliah are
ia their views toward the African
raoe^ there wonld omtainly he a
moH rapid ehaage ia tMfi uftt* of
the fMi tham wa have eve
A JUooSea Gh.
BosTOH, Dec. 1.—At Nortbboro.Mass.
yesterday, Joseph Morlarity, a boy aged
16, almea a loaded goo at nls sister, 8
yean of age, and discharged tbe weap
on. The (mild’s right leg was shattered
in such a manner that amputation was
neoesssry, and died during the night.
Moriaricy, who has the repntaUon of
being a viclons yonto, wss taken to
Worcester by the suthbritles.
Stricken With Paralyna.
Wabhikqtor, Dee. I.- Rear Admiral
Robert H Wyman, U B N. cbalnnan of
tbe ligbt-bouse board, was stricken
wltb paralysis about 1030 o’clock this
raoml^ and Is now In neriUea! eondl-
tloD. He was transaeUng some bnai-
neea at Biggs’ bank at tbe time of tbe
Washinotoh, Dec l.—Middle Atlan
tic, fair weather, variable winds,moBtly
southerly, stationary or hlgber temper-
tore, in tbe sooth portion, lower pres-
*°^nth* Atlantic and Golf, warmer,
fMr weatber,winds mostly sontb wester
ly, lower pressore.
The Third Freat.
Pensacola. Dec. i.—Another heavy
frost occurred here to-dsy, making 8 in
soceeasion and making It ahsalatolT
safe for aU refngees to return. Bust-
m ooDtlnosa to revlvs.
Cbnreh Jtohhery mFmaes.
Pabu, Dee. 1.—Several eharebes lo
the department of Maine, bare been
robb^ Paintings bare been stolen
from tbe chnnA at Foote Verault
The Feuth Vletim.
PnoviDXRCB, R. L. Dee. l.—Adelis
Gsssett died at tbe'bospttal yesterday.
Sbe is the tonrtb victim of tbe Coleo-
dar bnildlng disastnr.
FnassteMaka a Piwsad el Baglaad.
London. Dee. L—Tbe Daily News
sen it believes that Franes Mpraparloc
a spselflo demand on Engl sad tot oom-
pmSstton tor Upes of eootrol in Egypt
^shlhOlag **y,yy^^**** ef A»sH»
BxNLiN.Dee. L—Tbe followlim ia tbs
text of tbs untinsnos presMtsd in tbs
Boodesrstb yesterday,, forbidding tbs
importation of Ameneao pork 1st
Tbe Importstionfrom AmerTM^ M
baoon and saaaasns of ^ kl^ U
tobZddsn. md. Tbe Chaneellor Is am-
powered to permit exespttm to tbe
pnhlbitlen roM, snM to t^neeewry
msMores of eeotroL Srd. Tbs ivstile-
tlve ordlnanesot Jons l^tiLitSO, in r^
speet to (ha
pUsd to mines pork and Maasgs^aad
Oapt ADanMarfOf Bardin soa^
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vtUa. At ecuttxm sMh W. AW. a. tt. lor WU-
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A lot all oolites ta Waara WotUi Carolina; Oaiij
St OieaDabaro «iui A d D. K A tor ail poUtta
Moita. laai and WtaL
Antra at BaMab,. .7.10 p a
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ac.,adAAA(araU potaW SoWb sod
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a,C.dAAAlaraU potnta Mil and
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" pribelpal potnta BoiSh, Soatbiwst. Wad. Hatib
riaat. loTEBlentPtBalaatol nnwiiaa. Tea-
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U FiMaoMT AsanA
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R.R.
IB~Oo and after AptU aoih, 1888, the owmo-
tar nsin aatrtea on Ba AUaimidOtartote Air
line MrWton oC UUa wad wiu ba aa totwa;
ABtra eaatoBlth L
ARtra ecanaaboiB K
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niHnee—fr> m Uis W>n-ai m piU of
alsvery »o a iHwni'm aiusittf tin- Hrai .u
(bs laitd. “ J.tfe bimI TtB a" ul
Wrillenbj hlmorif; 15 full i>aiie illu.-
trated; price iS-dC. Ouiriv'* “ •*
Tom’a Cabin ” iu tlirillli-g and
interest, with the added charoi tl.i.i
every word la true. A marvrinuasiniy
muet grapbicalW told and of grriii liw-
torie value. Thla volume will
eagerly sought for.by the bundrt-daif
thousands who hare watcbHl ilie n-
msrkable career, and have been thrillr.l
by the eloquence of this aroiidt-ni.l
msn. Extra terms to Snutjiern Auen'a.
PARK PUBLiaHINO O.
Great obuer to naki iiKinrjr.
TbM wbo aiwiTB take adran-
tan of (be Rood ebuers (rr
Biaklnr BODOy that are oSami.
•lenetulr become weattby. ahi’e
StMae wbo do sot improre UK-h
ebanocf remain In porerty- Wewaptmany w«-ii.
wocMn, boya aod Rirta to work torM^riihi lii
tbetr own loeaUUea. Any ooe m do tbe wni k
propeily frm tbe brat ittrt. Tbe bintnea-wlM
per more tbu tan Umea ordtnary wage- r x
peiudra oatat toralabad free. No om wborn
nReataUatomakainoeayra^dlr. Youeco je
rota your whole time to toe work, or only >Mir
aparo moments. Full IntonnaHra and al lu.it
boalnaBB now batora ihe puM'r.
You eaa make money (aairr at
work fOToathan ata^blne e'*r.
(aMtal not neodad. We will Man
you US a day and upward*, maile
at home Iw tbe tndnatrtf ut. Men.
woman, boyi and stria wantad arerywbere lo
workrorua NowuCba Uma. You can work
In spare Uma only, or lira year wboio tima to
tboDuainaM. Toucan lira at bonta anddoihc
work. No other boMneaB will pay youaa wriL
Nornieean tall to laaka rnomotia pa* by eii-
fiflDf at OOM ortiy ontst aod t ' *
m^a r ■'
a n >.a. Angnata. -talne,
a weak In your own town, fboptflt
tree. No rl^ BaerytlilDf! new ai>l-
erarrihlns Many are making (or-
tnnas Ladlaa make at anebai men.
and bora and fiiia great pay. Header.
It you wantabuttnawatwhleb you can make
saw pay aU tbe Uma you work, write (or par
Beolara u> H. Uaiastt h Ca, Portland. Maine.
**Mba waaia^yawejiaajitc i
AUilWhww riMaad MUir looulsi^ nnr arntr-' i
NaM. EsmUo^I I^Udlnct. iMtiwg CKrWfWn. 0*-. 1
Baart. l^nmRaMaw iSm-wjIsw TaiHu-rn-.
ifi^SckaL AteW kMt toM. iMniO, ■ e u lk»—
A. W. CALVIN,
GRDG[niES m PROVliiiykS.
CIGARS, CHICKENS EGGS,
All kinds of Vegetables
on hand all the time.
CoBsignmentasolicited siut pa-
Bonal attention givst’ U
A Fins Soda Fountain in uonrcc-
tion with the Store where cool and
refreshing drinks aredisponsed urur}’
A. W. CAISVlUo
West Trade street Charlotte, N. C.
-ExperisaiBd and poUto workmen al
ways resoy to give yon a
Neat Hair Cat
A CZ.BAM BHAVB.
jNa & HENDERSON.
Sooth aide—Si^ Trade.
Taan No l aeos Wmt.
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