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SATURDAY, JAXX'ABT W. 16ST. |
St. Mieiuri’* (P. K.) Ctnn-h, MtotSt.
Srrrkdt »1 to ft. n. and B p. B. S;iijlftr
K-hgol »t 4 p. m. IUt. r.P.ltwoB.pft^
Nf R. Churoli. OnhftB Straa*. Str-
Ti,-M «t8 p. tn. ftnd 8p. m. Sa*kr-
* h«4»tlOft. B. B*». E. M. Onxnr,
Uinrt Bftptint Cbonb, Booth Cborch St.
Sfcripr* at 11 a. »-• * P- «• ftPtl 8 p. m.
Siindaf-tchool at 1 p. B*t. A. A.
Rbrneiar Bftntht Churrh. Eaat Scooted
St. Sen-icrftal 11 a. n., Ip. m. and 8 p.
in. SiiM^j'Cohool at 1 p. nt. Bar. Z.
mjii-onTox. partof. ..
Prc^lirlflHMi Chntoh, oomor Seruth
and ColIe;n‘ Swrtow at I p. m. and
8 p. m. Hoodap-Bhool at 10 a. m. Her.
K. I'. WtcHB, paator.
ClinU’D Ohapali (A. M. B. Z.) Mint St.
S^rvTwa at 11 a. B., I p. b. and 8 p. m.
Sim>by-«l>o«> I P- *»■
Littif Bock. (A. M. E. Z.) E St. 8er-
«i-«i ai n a. m., 8 p. b. and 8 p. m.
RPT. Wn. JoB-'MOJt, paitof.
If yonr ptp«r hai a bine
croM mark, it will be lU^ped
till von pay np. cannot continue
to aendit to you witbontaomc money.
Plcaac pay op and lot ua oontinne it
T^^iynal U the •amo of a new
Roonblican weekly paper eUrted
Ilaleigli by J. 3. L. Htrrif.
The Otidoiik ia a weekly paper juat
started in Raleigh with Meaara. Wiley
R Hunter. J. U- Hawkins and Rev.
R. H, W. Leek edUori and managcri.
If you fail to get yonr paper on time
plcnac inform ua at onco ao the error
luay be eorrocted. If yon pay for it
you shall have it.
The Stato Senate haa paased a.bill
allowing Monroe to iaan# booda to the
amount of ^.OOO to purchase a atcam
, R. B. Hartificld ii moving hia
' Id the lowtt of lAartnbnrg on the
16th inst., at the rendenee of the brideo
paraate, Misa K. A. Crawford to Mr.
B. W. Norton. Rev. C. W. Ulayloek,
A Laat CaU.
.'e are trying to nsfona each anh>
aoriber wbat he* owes up to Jth. lat.
He will please pay that and inform ns
what be ioteods to do this year. We
Must have a clean Hat, See notioa.
3 ttle up.
The Cekred Fair.
We are informed by Mr. W. C.
Coleann, treasurer of the Colored In-
dnatriai Asaoeiatkn, that five hundred
dollara ($MX)) iriU bo paid ont in
preniinma. Thrae hondred dollara
will be paid out at onoe and t^o hun
dred dollars In Mirth or April. Tboae
who had meritoriona artielea at (he fair
may now lookout for tfaemsolves.
Xirw«hBlra Riebardi of Scotia wsaj
i« the city last Sunday.
Mr. R. P. Bearden 1-fl nalastTnee-
day for JaekaoBville, Fla.
Mrs. Ellen Hall, retnmod to her
home. Wedeshoro laat Wednesday
Mrs. Laara Powell of Uurlnbnrg
has been spending some thne witlr old
friends at home
Tkie paper ansi be paid for la ad*
„««. When the'’time is ont far
wkiA it te p«d. it will be dteoea-
tbned. Not that we feer we will not
be paid, but that we must eome don
to bniineae prinoiplee. We hare to
pay eaah for everything, and oasnot
aferd to tend ont at our espouse sev
eral hundred papers. It la belter for
both if yon pay in advance.
Wood for the Poor.
A train load of nice dfy pine wood
arrived at the N. C. freight depot laat
Tnoaday evening for dieuibntion
among the poor of the city. It was
provided by onr olty fatheraand was a
blpaaing to bnodreda who were pro
vided for by Capt Strickland who with
hia street force took charge of the wood.
The colored people are eapeeially
; thankful to Mayor Jobnaon.
The HtasBitnaa is wholesome and
intcrosting reading in a certain shop
03 a certain comer. No one in that
basement pays for the paper, yet we
are informed that' ia one of the firat
plaoea the Msssbsom fioda its woy
after it Icavea the press, and it ia eager
ly read and re-read for the gratifica
tion of iboao Baaemblod. Well, the
paper ia printed for the pnbllo good
and wo are glad it U read where it ts
much needed. We now pnl them
our “cbirity list.”
Mr, R. B. Hartificld ii moving his ^
goods to the Johnston Block on Tryou, J '
MM -hero h. .ill h... »...l. ..11 k.op .1... .b.
/ ipirit of rivalj between the new chnroh
room for h..b«.m» I Cb.p.l. Tb.
Two sermons a day are enough for -
a man to preach andj a person ought
not to want to hear more. Forenoon
and night when the weather is good.
About fifty colored men from Samp
son connty came np the Carolina Cen
tral road lut Tneaday morning on
their way to the turpentine farms of
John A. Moss, Biq.. a colored law
yer in Washington, inceesafnlly man
aged a case for a white elientlast week,
charged Jwith mansUnghter. The
client was from Virginia and the case
tried in Wssbington eUy.
Volume one. number one of the
IPrit Alaliam/t Adroeate is before ns.
Rev. Z. T. Pearaall is editor. Rcts
A. L. Scott and F. A. CUnton corres
ponding editors. Rev. A. J. Warner
bnsineaa manager. It is a well print
ed newsy papw
The SoBth Carolina ScMto has
passed a bill prohibitin^ho organUdng
of colored field hands as Knights of
Labor. The Honse JndioLary com
mittee failed to report it for action in
Oates Bros., will soon eonitmcl s
block of brick bnildings containing
eighteen bouses for the aoeomodation
of the opemtiven in the factory. The
werk a^ force of the factory u to be
.'fbe Wilmington board of aldermen
did not favor appropriating $150,000
to estend the C- F. A Y- b. R. R.
from Fayetteville to Wilmington. It
is snggwrted that the legislalore snb-
mit the qnentiou to the voters. We
endorae the aeotiments expressed
the /odrr. that if the week is to be
done by oonvieU it shonld be voted
down every lime. I«t the peopi* ■“*
derstand before they vote Let them
have free labor ihcM hard times.
If onr words would svail asything.
we would say to the Repuhlleans in the
United Suies Senate, eonfina J. C.
Matthews, Beglsier tor the Wstrirt oT
Sabbath school collections will be
closely watched. The new charoh
rith its small number will not be ez
peeled to raise as much as the old
chnreh, but compnriiwns may bo drawn
which will tend to make each do iu
foil doty. On tbo first Sunday in the
year the new church 8. 8. raised one
cent mors than the old ohorcb. On
last Sunday, the collection in the old
church 8. 8. was99e. while in the new
chnreh itwasfl.Ol. There are many
■peeial works to be done by the Sab
bath school, and it is hoped that all of
onr Sabbath schools will go bravely
to work with ^tbe now year and do
whatever their hands find to do, with
all their might, son! and strength.
Rev. Z. T. Pearsall is again ii the
jonmalittie saddle away,down ia Mo
Miss Maria E. Oaston of Scotia Sem
inary spent several days in onr city
Gen. Jos. R. HtWhf has been nom
inated for the U. 8. Senate by the
Miss Lucy Neely, one of Zion Wc4-
Icy’s students, was the last to leave ns
after the holiday pleaturw of home.
Servieea will be held at the new
obnrch to-morrow. Coma oat and
hoar good mnsic and good preaching.
Mr. W. H. Hagler paid us a flying
; visit last Sunday. He ie doing busi
ness in polnmbia, S. C.. now, and
getting on finely.
Rev. J. A. D. Bloiee still pursues
bis studies at Zion Wesley College.
He stops with Mr. Joe Smith while in
Rev. J. A. Tyler. P. K.. of the
Concord dietriet, was in the city 'last
Sabbath, and inlrodnccd Rev. Mr.
Bloiee to the new church.
Mr. W. D. Archer of Gaffney. 8. C.,
passed through this city last Sunday
on hie way to Chester, to attend the
funeral of his-iJTo^her-io-Uw, Mr
Sallie B. Lord, of Salisbury,
spent last Saturday iu onr city. She
was returning from the cold, well
ventilated oonnlry school house of
s. Dr. W. H. Johnson, the only col-
OT'-d delegate in the District Assembly
K. of L., of.Albany county. N. Y..
was elected District Worthy Foreman
Miss Mary Foster has purchased
through Mr. Z. Raughton. Jr., an
excellent $275 piano. She is now
well prepared to inetruct in vocal,
organ and piano music.
..... Z. Haughton. Jr.. U prepared
to sell the best mnsical inetruments on
the beet termi. Ho is a fine mnsician
and knows a good instrnment. He is
a worthy young colored man and it is
hoped the colored people reading this
paper will give him their patronage
when they want an organ or piano.
FARBER SHOP 1
THE OLDEST AHD BEST.
Experienced and pdlte workmen alvw
ready to wait on customers. Here yoo^mu
tTM TO r'r77'mnA t;r.KAN
ly u> wa« on ..v.v ,
V. a ir£A7 SAJB CUT and CUEAJf
JOHN S. HENDERSON,
■ East Trade Street. Charlotte. K. C.
Acoommodatioas forniahed traratoia lA
teawmable rates. Comfortabls beds and
rooms. House located in the oenyal a^
bnsinem part of the city. Table fnral^
with the best of the market. Meals at all
J. M. GOODE, - PROPftIBTOB.
CHABLOTTE, N. ?•
a Uris proportloB ot lb« Jliauii
•MM knasD ■•BiHnt TMuK (luis
Mil a tbs •wuiseli, boa>«lf, sixl JI’W
xvaa's CiTnxanc Yium eci aiiwiir ■i-m
lk«M ortsB*. awl are ssiwtlally OMlsiwd lo
MTS tba 1111 MOMd by iMr darauiw
■MSI, iaalodlec OvnaUiwtlos. lueifea.
HM. Dyspeys*** Dyssojyni;
f J*. teas tf oibar aliutnu, tor all ot
wSkh tSay art a ml«, mra, tawr*. awl
BlMMBt rSMly. TlM aSMoaiM UM 0( UlMt
hua ky .nilMM phjrWelaM Ui »*a*
tiae iliews oaioliiakalily iba eaUtnatkin u.
«uU Uiay an kaU by tbe lawtiMt prafiw
TIMM Plus ara aompondsd uC ttfitabla
only, awl are ataolauly trac fro*
Mlowalor any oUm lalsrlooa lufradimb
A SnBkrer IVeni Beadadw wriua:
“Avaa’s Piuj* ara Invalaabta toiM.^
ara my eonitaul «>oii«nhm. I l«aM biM
• Mvara taiTtnr I nun HastUelia, M you
PiLta ara Ba only ifclys
foi relkf. One Jom will ^nlafcly yvajy
bowala awl fraa oiy li«a4 frem JJ*?
•ra iba tnoat atfMUra awl tSa aaatatt nkyew
Pmnklln Sb. RMluiwwI.t a, Jbm S.IM1
• I iwTa BJed ATim's Pibta In nnmbM
iMB iBiianOM as raronmaailad by yoa. M
kstv imrar known ihatB to tall to aMaoit|lim
tbs Usalra.1 rMUlb Wa constantly fcMp ^
on bawl at onr bonta, and prtaa tkaw aaa
plaaMnt, sata, awl railabla lanlly inadMtBa.
POK DYSPltreiA tbay ara Inv^anblfc^^
Masla, Tasaa, Jono 17, US:.
fba UST, Paascis B. Ksabowa, wrlUM
f»m jitumtn, (/«.. says: “Per aowa yaara
nSS I Lata baen BBb>« W coostlpatlfo.
Iron* wlilaU. .a flrfta ot Iba OM Ot
dM of vaHoBS Bwla. 1 anffaewd iMrass^
bKOBTaolSBCa, BbUl toow
•nUnly eorraotad tka «**!•
kata vaatly impreTad my fao«#l
Arsa's Catmastio Pius oorraet brae*'
writhw of tka bowals. aUmoIau tka an»
Uia awl ditMtiosb and by tbair preeipt aad
tkcroatU aetion tire tarn and »l*or to the
wkola i>hyslsal aeeoomy.
Soldk7 all DratsisU.
00:L£E3 -AJSTD SEIH3.
TWtsa. Abeetli raHaal
Ready Made Clothinq
i, . CW«~. 0«* to Otor-. MM.. HW«. AMmIm
Ac. dent's Dds, Fsstsr Hooka, at tl.N-
In Udto.'. 0«iU’ ad Odtdm; Onfcm*, IU. Mk- E~bi»id...a CMmM
HARGRAVES & ALEXANDER.
Twlnkllata firom Wllmtaftod, H. C.
IT II toMoan
That another boa ton tooial ia ex
That Pearl in the AdvoetUf. is a
That the gent in full dram ironld
iike an explanation on (he word ‘‘aa-
That Pearl will please expl^a the
That some widower is badly mashed
11 y^ng lady of twenty lummera.
That the boya will ring the door
bell at a two-etory on 7th street more
frequently in the fbtnrc.
That the hniiaesa manager of the
C. F. A. will deliver, a lecture toon.
That the dudes arc preparing for
the next eold wave.
That a certain dude got lefllaet
That the colored Jey Oonld order
ed a Wenamaker suit.
Has the Lar|est and Mort Comidete Stock ol
TJIR isT IT TJ E
In North Carolina.
COFFINS & METALLIC CASES.
Pianos and Qrgans
OIlh«B«tltok«nntb.Ii»UllinralPton. Ln. Pri«. uU E.-!
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Chiokering Pianos, Arion Pianos,
Bent Pianos, Mathnshek Pianos,
Mason k Hamlin Pianos.
Mason & Hamlin Organs, Bay State
Organs, Packard Organs,
E. M. ANDREWS, : : Tbadb Stoeet, CHAau)TTE, N, C.
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.Ma. Ewtos—ZJrar NiV. It eeema
by lome weans that the Msaeisoia
will visit mrf I am prond to say
that it never did come before I want-
®d to see it. The' Mssaisas* stayed
off so long I began to think that it
bad marked me out as a foe. And u
I am pnrenaded to believe it is worthy
of a place on every intelligent deik,
1 aigb for iu continuation, and If for-
rardiog fnnda will continue its viaiU,
I'll not heeiute to do so. Thepnbli-
eation of Dr. Tilmagc’a well-argued
sermons baa doobtless added to the
value of the MsmsKOxa. I am per-
snaded to believe that he who reada
a paper, and U benefiUed thereby,
and will not aid ita circulation, still
wishing to be benefltted thereby, la
rishing to steal that much.
As the MnssxoBB will eome, and
nnat come, please find enolooed
$1.50, for which forward it to me.
C. H. McNtibk
Variety Grove, N. C.
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THE WEEKLY STAR,
A aiatoon-iMf* Nowapapofp lanu*
A cUm, wvra. brt«k» “4 lnt_uUa«
Iltnin.lMthotSSMtBOW.4Mra 10 Iko »•« w
winanolat and Oontivtoyolal*
Peetloal, Mumorouo and
-p- *.11 So lon^tMwa^ wWh pM mw
Kn krymnwglovraA. ■ »
i-,>Eljil .loriM by 4t«*"mwmo am —■
(errlso «mM Of SoMM.
On Monday. Jan. 17th. iut. M d
o'clock p. ni. there will be a Tcmp»-
anee Soheol. or Band of Hope, organ
ised at the Orndod Sohool bnfldin|.
for the eUldrdk of Cbnrlotu, ender
r™.. .kj k. ■k-lJ »• I Tu.p«toto. Cto.. Tkl. **^1 «■»
totouto,. K.,»bUc« S—
. .totok. ,k- U,., to I U.k.lto
«,lnn ki.. 8«.. 4«, to . -I k.. to ...U
rf.to.k.™ to,-bito-. -w-t “
■egre holding oftoe nndv any ef. ■'F W C I. U.
The Pastor’* Onion, a oolored
organitatioD at JacksonviUe, Fla.,
baa adopted ao addresa and a a^ of
molatioDs denouncing the proaoriprion
pruUeed against colored poopU by
the rflilron^ and declaring on that
, eceonnt a boycott agaloflt the rail
roadfl. This fa a ptW eonrae U
■•ngfl. If the railreadfloan atnna tt
vra know tho oolored people of JaA-
•onvillo can. The money that the
•olornd people of the Sonth waflte on
nllroed eicmwiona is enormona and
we an pleaaad to ate tho aolnred
minfaten waking np (o the fact that
they an oonoerned ahont the
of the nreeeM ea weU aa thw
THE DAILY STAR,
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a, «a AtinHlTT t«»rm.
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racocnM leading periodical of lU charaeUr. and now ontains far won Ulustratfa^
U larwar In STSTT way, and bittsr than sver. ■ PostmasUra I form elnhe. »
T^avanifa, Hearth aad HonaAoid Dspartmntt hav# been •alarcsd and Ilnmheg
WnoaerM are to noilva addrtWial attantlee. . ^
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main, totolr lO" totito.t mwlltoteu d uilnato, pto.to, a. bra ad
o«ato«iCT. ..a toto>to«»A •"'•to "to.
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Honra or ode paebee pEEWDEirre.-itkiito.toi.ik, ih.i. •»i«'‘r rf
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L. 1—. EEwAimrito. wilkto. Thto. «i|P»fto«. ototoEnto .
Moeam that has atUndsd the nafana ad attring ••mts « a |af*M
ti taim- awl ntf^ ttnMiaktfam. Itaoatata an dopUeated awry math tog^
Of^a MMIMfl. which aim eUeifatsa wtialy." . _
PKICB. tl.» A TKAB} SINOL* NU1IB08, M CKTO.
to* .Uto vaarFI«K taaU ahnfifaag IwimiiHitalT.
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-J—|J.FadaMMnTti«si"aemi4of ear FarmerPn^lmmA eegmar ..
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