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M .Joii.vMiN, pantor.
mark, it vilt be rtnppi-
f>;iy up. We enniiot (••'ntinu
i> t» you witliiiut anuie uikiii'V
>:iV up llilH let OK eulilinU'' i
Mias Klla Marks left u» last Wed-
Dcsclay and will spend some time ir
Columbia. K. C.
Mrs. C.ira Karaacy ot Slateavillo ir
Tiiiiit^ her mother in thin city, wb
hu been quite sick seTcral weeks.
U'jv. U. II. Stitt or Liviofstoui
College npeot last Sabbath helping
Bev. Wm Johnson in his revival.
They arr having success.
We f'l l much relieved from writing
thiawek as we have several good
li'ltcT'fr‘111 abroad, and gladly give
place to thi'iu.
Sum’' e'.ianges have taken place in
our elf, ’iraded school, one of the
results of which will be to divide
Mir* Sftllie Hsll's •Jfil) children
"l!nu" ofTer* a bold and abli-
def.-nse f.irtlKi Cr. O. V. Read hi>
letter from Columbia. They are
Onr r.’rre-p.indeiits arc discu»..inp
The Neptnoo Fm oom^nj tamed
out in 'fiill nniform laat Sunday
afternoon •fil^.jQarohed' down to
Olhittni Chapel, where Rev. Slade
preached a special aorraon for them.
There were firty>scTcii out and we
learn (hey .gave abont 030 towards
the building fund of the oburcb.
Subscribers in .Mooresville, States-
ille and Salisbury will pleaf^ be
cady to pay us Honielbing any doy
next week. Now if you haven't any
money, bm'rov* I’liough to squarv
•ith us, fur you know we bare
indulged you a long time, and times
hard on ns ns on oilier folks. We
need all we can gel.
Talking about nldvnunnic slater
bow would this do for the two black
la; No. 1>—J. T. Sbenok, W.’U
Hinton J. M. Hagler. No 3—A W
in. H. n. Kennedy. J. M.Ooode.
That is tbn kind of ticket that the
MEsseNOEu would like to sec elected.
Will the colored voters of this dry do
their duly oiu^. in life"? Fir*t. let
the lenders agree between fArixi'e/rr*
•/'•re eoiixnlimg 'trikers.
BOd from the stonny Atlantic ■tO tbh dark BOnlincnt. sho wonjd •'IJingly
W- e>n if we wlU IjoiDtho husband and aanw nhn m
plaotd Pacific. We can if we Wtll. shield of
must depend on onrrclytf.
Very grand preparations are being
made for the Easter fcslivities.
Mr. Johnnie Thomas, of iJrooklyn.
N. Y., and formerly of our little eily,
(being the son of the late loved Dr.
tVash. 'Tboiiins,) bus returned borne
after ten or twelve years absenoe, and
Wilmington receives him with open
arm*. He oontenipintes iiicroliandti*
"Docs the Negro improve? ” You
who nsk.i that question .nrc behind the
Kpb-n lid eongregi
ind while ill-
Church i* now r.'cciving,
lli-nl nQilitoriuiii, a r
intelL'Clual IJiblieal treat in the f.
Ilf illuotratod sermon*. Sabbath ev
ing*. from that very brilliant meteor
that fla.«hcd aerow our intellcclual
some inontba ago—Rev. A. J
Chamber*. The present scries tre*;
on the •‘Prodigal Son.” The eon
i»ri'jratioii. on Inst .Sabbath eve. wa'
•••.liliiiilc'l at l.’iOl'. Kvevy iiviiila
1 and Not
IS well a
cjuuties are beard fr
Cr'luinhia, ,S. C.
li is said that a blue cassituorc suit
of men’s clothe* ean be bought for
go at Wittknwsky k Baruch s. They
are selling off at bard-time price*
Nuw is the time to c.vil. yonng men.
The batid>om'?*t c’lina palac.' in tin
state is in the Johnston Bl'>ek
China ware, glas* ware, cutlery aiio
such tbinif' are now below racket oi
any other prices.
Mr. S. X. Hill of the Ca/ir Fr i
wa* ill our city last Wedue*
day oil pajier buMoe**. Wilioington
alway- give* u* a hearty weleom-
an l supp «rt Kri-a 1*. try Br • Hill’*
Do »Uqi borrowing from you.
o.ighbor and pay for ihi- p*p
awhile ynariwlf. He don I like to
tell you KO. but he w verv tired
l.n-iiue. Then you don't know
whijtber he ha* paid for it or not.
R -v. Mr lUic Usaid to beone of
the hardest workiug «»ea ia Ibe
euunlry . Ue baa taken off bb coat
■lay at Uraee
public and noighboriiig' church’-* are
eiirdinlly invited to join in with thciii.
the weiiibcrs of this eliurch arc re-
quested to hare thol^ breakfast a
little earlier than usaal and try to get
to church before half past eleven
o'clock. It looks bad to see a
preacher in church waiting with
strangers for his own congregation to
Conceriog the campaign of ‘88.
ex-Senatnr Baton says;
Republican convention were to meet
to-morrow. I think Mr. Blaine would
certainly be the choice." but "thi
strongest man they could noniinatc
is John Sbenoan; he would make the
best run." Ho said further, "if Blaine
not himself noiiiinated, he will
ne the man and do all he can to
seenre bis election." When askc'i
what of the outlook for the Democracy.
opiicd: "I don’t like to talk
about it. I am a Democrat and I
don't like to think abont it."
Last Sunday was the •'grainl
•ally" day at Cliutoii Chap.'l and the
lists were brought in ami collection*
taken in the church during the day
to erect a brick wall over the old
c'lnrcb. Ooiumitteea have been
canvassing the eily several weeks and :
the result of the efforts atnouiilcil to
0:248.114. we are told. Considering
the hard times, that is a remarkable
effort. The Mtssasuan ha* sp-cial
reason* to rejoice in thi.*cUurch build
ing work lireat good will come oiii
of the split after all, in which we
faith, and make rapid strides to roach
the land where God’s word nwds to
bo nsod as a safeguard from sin and
the father of it. Continnally Iho cry-
la heard, "Uomo over into Macedonia
and help us!” And in conclusion I
hope that every ntinistcr of the gospel
of Christ will read and think over this
very important matter (I itieau those
who have not as yet made their
ohoioe). and when they do toko unto
tbcmsclvcs a wife, see that abo is the
woman suited for the position, or one
who 'is capable of doing the every duty
that will necessarily be enjoined upon
r as a minUlor's wife in spirit and
Persmis desiring Kiluatioii* us cooki
nurses, aud laborers generally, wh
doairc employment, aud jH'rsons i
need of such help, will do well to call
on A. W. t’Ai.vi!«,
at his Store, West Trade St.
Big ruductloni in prices of LadivfVisItei and New Markets. Look at onr
Visites. Abont 45 sails of
Ready Made CLOTHiN(3i:|
At a Dig Rwlnetion. Christmas Goml* in Olove*. Ken-hiefs. ilufUe*. Aslmchan Muffs.
&r. 'Gent's Kid^ Foster Hooks, at $1.50.
III Ladies’. Goats’ and Cl.ihlreii's L'lut.rwcar tliis wcL'k. Embroidered Cnshmeft
Scarfs, Caslitncre Sliawl*—all sluulc*. Nice lino of Gent* Neckties and Cravat*.
tlARGR.WES & ALEXANDER.
The niit*ic, t iraticported olie for i'
few tiiintilo* to a Inii’l of pure delight.
Prof. Shepard, of Conn., presided at
the organ, while Mbs R. F. Hooper
established an enviable reputation in
the solo. •‘Gcthscmanc.’’
The simple mention of Mia* Mag-
itic MitcheH's name suffices to describe
her rendition of the solo, -'IMiere i*
my boy lo-nighi," without conimcnl.
Maaois L. Whiteman.
Miss Mary Thoiiipson, hiving closed
her school at Linti'*, was lu town ou
.Saturday She wa.« looking well ^fid
the praelice, of '-teaching the young
idea how to shoot.” seems to add won
derfully to her appearance.
Another one of our talented young
ladies—Miss Anna Sloan, has returned
from her M-hoIavtie labors
Thu proew* of laying pipes for tin-
water work*, is rapi'lty going on .A
large number ofband* lu-ing employed ;
White our town is putting on a lively !
appuaraiK-e and bu'iucss seem* to b- 1
looking up, yet there i« a lear ing.-a- |
lion that proj-p.-cls for the la^ffiug ,
classes arc gloomy, a.s there a
applicauis for wc'rk daily.
Cor. College and Tmde Streets,
fs now prepared to Itirnislt esti
mates for all elaasc.s mid
On la.«l Sonday.' Prof. Jo* C
i'rk-i- pre»ideiit of Living»loi»c ('..llegi
filled tie pulpit in Grace chiweh
uioruing aud afionioon -At i-ach j n • Ei.-i -nc.-
-..rvu-e the liltL- cl.ureh wa.- fiiie-i | of Uboi
aliiioi-l to It* utiiiiwt capacity. B : la’’'ring eU-
would not Jo justice to ll
if wc said lO'H-e than that h
HI lu «t execlb nt h'-aU'u an I spirit- ^
and preached a* only a I’ric • can
jweac'd. Every one *a* delighte.i a
with hi* eloquoute -Ai night th- d,.,,
Profeaimr went to Clinloa Chapel and : RnonUr.
there made the crowning effort of th'-
day. Everybody ktow* Prof. Prior
and imagine* ju*t what was heard.
We eoold not tell if we tried. fSracfl
to work hnildiof church will be glad to have the Pro-
a ho-j»o ia lb* awath weatera part (hew again very aoon. as
ibre ty. I they fad that br did them much good
i'resiliag Eider Rives will hold 1
.juarterly Btwtinj! «■ ehnrch to- | m
day and admiatMer meramewt to-] Wlimlogta* Tw akllnf*.
It i* rumored that Salisbury will
soon have electric light The idea oi'
Saving our t'lwn so brilliantly ligbrd
aff'>rd* j->y to many.
We j.re iiiforiiii'J that W E ll n-
denmn. of our town has been appoint
ed State organii'T of tb.- K. of I. .A
wise seiecliou. IVe under-tanJ be or
gan,! ■.! a feiuab' .\--iubly-n .Mon la:
•toil - and is dotrf^ more to rem >n- rat--
than any olbc:
Visiting I 'anls,
()i nil', ki'.'l of
E. M. ANDREWS,
Has Hie lArsest and Mostroraob-tc Sto-k of
Id North Carolina.
COFFINS & METALLIC CASES. 4
Pianos and Qrgans
Of the Host Makesoii Ihelnttallmont PIm. Low Prices and Easy Term*.,
Ohickering Pijmos, Arion Fiauoof-''^
Bent Fanos, Mathushek Fianos, ,
Mason & Hamlin Pianos.
Mason & Hamlin Okgan.s, Bay State
Ohgaxs, Pagkahu Okgaxs,
I-;, .\I. AXDUKWS, ; Tr.mik .Sthket, N. C.
I’lciiEe roiiionitn.i- Unit w„ art, ),r,-|>arL-il ,o ,ki
Job Printing i
OK BVKKV DB-Sl ItllTtO.V
In the Best Manner and at Lo'west Rates. ^
sKNi» IS yorn cuDKiis kgk i
BILL.llKADS, I.KTTER-llKADS, .SdTK-HK.VDS. STATEMENTS. ES- •’
VKl.Ol’RS. CARDS. I'OSTEIIS. CIRCFLARS. AND ALL j
KINDS OF MERCANTILE PIU.NTI^G *‘i
• We do Pamphlet work in good style ami at modc-rAc pric^ !
We have New Presses, New Type, and first-class w orkmen. ■ j
Wc guarantee satisfaction. '
Mail orders solicited and prom[)tly attended to. j
,\.l,lress THH liAl.LOT I’RINiiNG CO.. ■ j
Charlotte, N. C.
!vcry Kroiti a Visiting ('ard
THE SCIENCE OF LIFE.
g cl.-,-'-* . ju-t r, m
r -n- w
il.iii'l b -c mi' u 'Knigb
,1 to a
r.f the SuHlhr,
r upon the vulijeet.
tiled Ml attewd the
fr*>ai TaehoP*. N C.
1 MOW r*>eeiv* quite a liei of .nbaenb.
^ i BT* frwu the mt r^lia th" -Old
North State.” for Wilmtugioa i
- I"* «•'-«“ „.«»i 4
i.-m.ud ••( there for .^vh:
. iSWfo ha* Ike aywpatkT . oa^lww. df thew Wag «eeugt>» “
IVi'e Should Be."
I She abuuld br, by all mra*'*. »
woman of gotxl aioral character
When I aaj wharacter. I do not mean
what .he w wid to he. but wbat i* ia
'i. Sbe ahould be mild and per*
auBsivc: ready to rtaod arm ia arm with
her haibaud; full of truth and aoiuid
logtc: ever remiy to fidi in liar and
do the dutie* eBjoiiG-d upon her for
the eanse »f Cbriettanity. otbrrwi**-
a stuuibiing block.
for a time retard the progrr** that
Ae hualmad w«ld makr, wm- .hr
! not a hrlpmeei in spirit nad in truth.
Too ofuo the nnUake ia majc by
Uj a Book.
SKAT WORK AND LOW
CiivE rs A Trial.
Addrew all urders
R K BLAKKY.
Cbarlotte. N. 0.
Something everybody Ought to Know., Bemcdy for Goat. KbratnatUn.
^ I ralgi*. !• Aver”, put*. *• b luww no one
How to promote digtsOon. kerp the . .Dffrreil uwre tbaa mj from
boUjr heattby. and the mlwt clear, .ad, jirtrem and tonorat of Oool. My
bow to avoid Remacb and liver trouble*. | .evrrtly. and of
■ad dWrpniDg bradaebe*. tn probtrDi I ^ wa* comptetetr romt by
ea»lly iolTed by tbe une of Ayrr*» Pill*. I pm, UiUtedO. G. I>aaa.
.• For ibe CUP* of Readacbr. Ayer**; pa,
Caihartk rUbarelbemoiteflecUveiard-j p„ yrap* I Miffpird frmn the
trine 1 ever oaed. —Eoben K. Jame*. | torturiiur jsiln. of Nmfatgl*. “ ‘
Dotehe««r. Mam. ' ^
I have foumt Ayer’* nil* an Invaluable \ ,^.1 .te* rime kept fw* tv**
noiedy tor HeadMee. For a long time i_ mp. Sjnd 1HI1. Mtrb.
«ve me relief. They are • let** oed hi oiy
truly a womierful methetne.—J. 8.1 Pamilv
HoiBel.Behrenbtirg,Pa. , ramiiy
matTH atrmmsB. Tbey^ '*TT*^i**T.^rd
For mouthi 1 wm pvmly aflUrted witb > 4*^ IT KfrCUtSt
l*dlge.Umi. Uw Amiriaim;^ com: «*•-•'• "• Awpama,
. *B*tber. Before I had fall, when
la titoir et vtBea new
M they pmiamB pae.
. Vifoo. alwtB.
oak«.44atenarB(.. Vmw Yatk,
■ ud eadcured la (he little the mun. when hi* mind i* wadr ap h
. . - - . .A- or. in athm word*, a wife. In wak-
tat, J...H k... ..
wte to ihiir work
• *« Ikr i.~k« k»>. ik.t .11 .'taer,. ....k. .
.for****, oKMtghiu that line The wjtm-W a ritAHUfTTE. X. C
1. k— ■ - aaSIkhod • »kii eily (oy athaf **■ ^ ^ «»*». Mumter aiMald be an rxakapdr of
I, W . i' „ „ pi., u .>k .ta tak. tta ,taj; ta. t, tta
It aL af a high •*■*• honor, aud a. «*rh ^ HoMfommThHdwomrial aad
fi*« Uyipori* a^ Uvrv
f*et*4 a rnmokme rmiu. - «• V-IfoeaeTk
Pm Mur y*ms I wrfirnil from liv«r
I have core u*ra. - P. I-Roger*.
Ayer’* cmbmtk pm* I
that Mim Maey J Bay**.
r thiwu y«M.
•r ^re a* wMrwwt imft .* 13
.V»d whe* ^.e*H m wWhuteWtfti
ru*rui« for tk* army hmm*.
“ 'r. J U- GOODE.
folly u •( tk* auuM
t Ik*, OUMiltTTM. r c
, .■ gta 1* kuriueii. b*d ■*«
Ayer s PilU
A*, a ou;.taL ;