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N'l u .ViiEXTs.—Miss S.- F. Young,
roil ; J. B. Smith, Fayetteville;
r. I! Mill. Wilmingyi; R. K
liit. r. Matihews; I. I. Walker, Snlis-
liun ; '1 H- Henderson, Washing*
f'T Mr. Bi>. Haiii.bp. is authorized
1., ."lii ii and subscriptions for
ill. Mr.*s>:MiKU. and tail's chargi
..nr lily list. Ruliscrtbers will please
..nil- kIiIi liiiii.
Mr F. K . Stmj-son is in the city
and uill be here the remainder of thi
Tho cili.rcd teachers of SparUuburg
e.'iiiily will hold their annual conTcn-
tl.in next Thursday and Friday.
The ilay liain on the Corolina
I’c iilral road now make* about as fast
• iiiie as any of the trains running in
If is reported that Presiding Rider
t: II. Haines of tlic Stalcsrille
hUiricl has been very siok in Llneoln-
'i.ii fur several day»-
lodinp Jones writes a scorching letter
u. the Star of Zion concerning the
fidure of Zion's Bishops to attend the
j'diit meeting of Bishops of Bethel and
Kbencicr Baptist Church invites the
j.iibllr and alV friends to come ont to*
iiiorrow and bclp them make a final
pi.yiiient on the recent repairs on the
ehnreh hat Sunday to smo money to.
make n ^yment on tMr let. FbRy*
fix dollnra wart mhtd, whhh
them aomething over $200. Another
effort will be made the 2d Snnday in
September, when the pnnob cards will
be bronght in.
'Rev. Wmr Johneon will preach a
fbncral at RMkwell ehnreb to*mor*
row. The meeting commenced last
Snnday It is expected that many
will go from the city to-morrow.
The sermon by Rev. Mr. Swindell
at Grace church last Sunday afta'aoon
was an ciceodingly fine one. He ez*
pressed gratification at the opporinni-
ty 10 preach to the colored people and
ecciipted his first invitation.
The eamp*mceting at Redding
springs Church, Union county,
commence next Friday. The meetings
at this camp are said to be among the
most successful end best ordered
in this section. Tbc meeting at Union
Spring is this week.
On last Monday evening qnilo
number of young ladies were at ibe
depot to say “good*bye" to young
ladies who have been visiting out
city. Misses Victoria Richardson,
Bcttie Riddick, Hannah Stewart, and
LiH| Hood all left for Salisbury.—
They will visit Asheville very
A country judge in Virginia sent
S. Senator Riddleburger to jail
one day last week for contempt of
court. Tho sentcDoc was for
days, but the first uight, a band of
the Senator* friends rcsouod him from
jail, set btui free and had a melon
feast. Tbc Senator was very angry,
but finally consented to go back and
serve out the time.
A Paul RisUke.
Ou Friday night of last week, Mr.
A. W. Calvin gave his little three
mouths old child a dose of morphia,
intended for hi* siok wife, iuKtoad of
Dover’s powders. Tho child died
Seturday ebout noon the effects of tbc
dose. His wife was sick at the time
and much affected by the death of the
child. They have the sympathy of
PayillUvflle' luMlIcewee. ^
We are having rain in abnndanee
now, fisrmen are getting uneeay aboat
their cotton crops.
Several oases of diptberia in our
Excuraione seem to be loving n'ow,
large crowd from Greensboro came
down last Friday.
Quito on intercsling game of base*
ball was played between the Greens*
boro Club and Fayetteville Teaser*
. Thursday which resulted in 14 to
I in favor of Teasers.
On Thursday of thi* week, our
town will be visited by excursionists
from Wilson, during the day a game of
i-ball will be ployed between
Wilson and Fayetteville.
Protracted meetings have eonimcnc*
ed at Evan’a Chapel (Zion).
Prof Edward $van* ha* gone off
ir a little recreation.
Mr. Willie K. Baldwin having spent
several months away returned
Miss Mary MeNeil is spending
awhile with relatives in Smithville.
Also Miss Emma Council and mother
are at the same place.
The gospel Tcmpcranco meeting
will be held at the Fret Baptist
Church next Sabbath evening.
Mrs. Ada A. Jackson and Mr*.
Horace Bryant are in town.
Miss Carrie Luca* and Mis* Florence
Lane of Wilmiogton are in town,
stopping ot Mrs. Edwin Perry's.
Bishop J. W. Hood. (D.D.) have
moved his residence over in the cedar
grove when all necessary ntructures
haw been completed much beauty
will be added to the street.
One of our industrious son* of thi
wn have a neat cottage built not
very far from Gillespie St. he
to be busy from morn till night and
we think he is keeping—well. ye«. he
Our attention was called a few days
ago to notice one of our popular young
men attentively reading hi* prayer-
book and wc supposed he was looking
evc^^ pruviT* wlieii a
passer-by cUaneed to look tip and
inquired what he wa* rending when
the quick reply was am learning
the matriiuonal Ceremonies. Impa
tient man, caiiit lliou wait until three
or four weeks roll by and then hear it
Rev. R- H- Simmons and bride lire
in town the guest of Mrs. J. J- Webb.
May Heaven's richest blessing* be up
on them. Makv McLbi.v
Aug. 16th. 8"
Rev- Dr- B. K. Pierce, editor of
Zion’s Herald, Boston, has resigned,
and will be succeeded by Rev
A. Goodsell, of New Ha* '
Big radoetimi* in prices of liSxliesViaitei and New Ibikets. Look at our $5.00
Virites. About 45 suitsof
Ready Made Clothing
At a Big Reduction. Christmas Good* in Gloves, Kerchiefs. Muffles, Astrachan Muffs,
&e. Gent’s Kids, Foster Hooks, at $1.50.
In Imilies'. Ornts' and Chililmrs Underwear this week. Embroidered Cashmere
Srnrfs, Cashincrc Slmwls—all sluulcs. Nice line of Oent.s Neckties and Cravats.
HARGRAVES & ALEXANDER.
Onr store is now filled with New Goods,
fr^ from the maiiataotnTcrs. We carry
a fnll stock iff all grades, and iff the
Very Best Quality,
and guarantee that yon shall have tbs
worth of yonr moni'y in every instance.
will bo made low to snit the thnes. Chll
and see ns. « ^
A. .W. Calvin,
ot alt kinds. Country rrcUnce al
ways on hand. CHICKENS. EGGS. BDT-
ThfRandall kinds of VEGETA BI.W and
—.ii.sn. iiEAi.Ba IS—*
•TV .soon ihi! cotton field* will be
!.. :ind iiien. women and children
1 li:ivi- plenty of work in the eoon-
; then money will begin to flow
■ly and all will be liappy.
;-v. J B. Colbert filled the pulpit
irar.' vhnrcli last Snnday woruing
1 night. Hi* hi-arors wen- well
a~ul with hi* preaching,
. v. lt plMised with Grace
Viinng LangitUmv. who ha* been
i Petersburg. Vu.. W»i foun^
guilty of ninr'ler in »h'e seeoud di-gree
:itid hi* peni*bmenl filed at eight
yV'ars in the |>cnitentury.
I»r, L Rutherford of Lumber-
Inn was in the city last Moaduy. He
css looking well and in fino spirits.
Dr. Rutherford Is one of our looding
The nffioers of the Snivsiiou Army
in WUintBgtoa have bee* triad btloto
the Mayor for being a ni
streets. Tbeir ense aout **;
Jodge Menn eriaiut oewi.
Hpoetnl nierti vero id
Mr. 8. F- Young has a class in
vocal mnsie in the Presbyterian church
Rev H. L. Simmons is condficting
a protracted meeting. His health
Rev. J. A. Chrcatficld and family
arc comfortably situated and seen to
be getting on nicely with the people
The now court house is nearly com
pleted. It will bo the finest in the
State. It will bo ready to bold the
September term of coart.
There are visible signs of iLo
new railroad. Buildings and other
obstacle* are being moved off tbc
right-of-way. The grading party is
yet a mile and a half from town.
Everything seem* quiet around
Wadeeboro. while everybody seems
bappy over the prospects of the crops.
Mr. I. Ingram ha* opened a
store on one comer of his lot. con
venient lo catch country produce ond
Presiding Elder Simmons and bride
have gone to PayelUfeville. Mr*
Unra Williams bss been keeping
bouse for them but is very sick now.
Churches arc quiet except Aion.
Elder Goslin is protracting. The new
Baptist church i* at a sUndslill nnd
the Presbyterian* bare not coiiimeui:-
ed tbein yet.
Miss Sallic Hall U still visiting
relnlivot in th'u town having a very
pleasant time. She ha* impruved > jS;
Mios Addia MvAaley
about two miles inthceonntry. There' i(au,T*s*i, Jaasit,
is no school going on in town now.
but will go on six or eight month*
wbea it starts.
The young sson Anhony MoCor-
who shot sad killed Moses
OurreU in Wilmiogton lost SoUrday
ufht, was B Mtivc of this mwv.
i B portur ou the CBroIioB
Omtrul rood. Be Is at large.
is published every Saturday at
CHARLOTTE, - - N. C.,
in the interests of the
K E PUBLICAN PART Y
It is the only Republican paper in the
Western end of the sixth
Subscription, $1.50 per year.
W. C. Smith,
Editor and Projirietor. Charlotte. N. C.
Mr. Curtis Gam-tt has opened a
Restaurant for the accuiiimodatioD of
the public in Greensboro. It is con
veniently Kituated, at the depot.
Board and lodging furiiiahed.
II B KENNEDY,
C'Miifuctiuiiurk'*, Fancy and
I'liickviis, Egg*. Butter, Vegeia-
li-s, .111(1 nil kinds of Coontry Produce.
!v rylhiiiK kept in n well rcgnlated^
■ rooi'ry .''tore. Melons, and Fine
Friiils ;i >peiii^y. No. 303 south
Gr.-iliniii street, (marlottc, N. C.
l.'*i Mnrki-I.StmS, next lo AradcmyofMuric,
Flrxl Season will be opened July 1, ’87.
Eirst-i'la.'e-lkan) nncI AcoHuroodatlofis at
mMiiml'Ir ralm. I’. M. THORNE,
A lady graduate of one of tho lead- *
log normal school* of the .State, wants
a school. Penou* wanting a good
female teacher will do well to aJdreta
Caro Charlotte Messenger,
Charlotte, N. C.
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Pills by •BicsBt pbytidsBi Is rafsisr pne.
Um. (bon BBislnsksbly tbe esUosUvu Is
vbMb tbn sr* tasU by tbc medial proles-
TbSM Pills arc eompoeiAeU of *c(eublc
MlotascH ouly, sod sn sbsoliiuly (tee trua
csloMl or say otber laJarloMlufrcdlcsL
A ■wlbrwr frem Ossda.^ wrlta i
••ATBB'S Pills arc IsTBlosbl* isnc^^
rt rellW. tme kcs »U1 qskkly por^J
)v«b asd tree lay iMWd from (Oia.
re tbc laoat affeeure sad tbc eaciaat phyilt
hOM ever fooad. It Ua plcaim lo me W
eak la iMr anise, aaa 1 sivays do so
*" '‘w.^PAlULor W. L. Pw *
mablta SL. MchiaBit.t a.. daBsAUn-
•1 havs and ATXU's PiLU la aambn
^n lastaaen n rcaoawasadcd by yoa, sad
** hM lafaU » aeaom^
Wa eoestsatly kasp uem
' CO bami M vw bans, sad actn Ibaw a* S
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nna Boalba tea t
bagaa taUsi Atb's Piuo. Tbsy bm
■SSciy cattsewd lha cawtrs^bs^^aod
bava vastly lafre^ ary snoml bsaltk,
AVD'a Oavuautic Pius correct Inasm
WilUa ed the lavi^ stlmalsla tha appa-
•TMitlhiHiMdiSeult. but if the
niind fstimnuy of people tu every
“ of IBo, flhr man An e quarter
Or.i.O. Ay«r40«.. UmH, Mm.
E. M. ANDREWS,
Ha* til.' GirL-i -t niul .M.wt CmiHiU-lv Siwk ol
In North Carolina.
COFFINS & METALLIC CASES.
Pianos axd Qrgans
IN the Bret Mnk. s .m the Inclallmriit PUn. liow Prices and Rosy Terms.
Sewl for Prices.
Chickering Pianos, Arion Pianos,
Bent Pianos, Mathnshek Pianos,
, Mason & Hamlin Pianos.
MASON & HAMLIN OHGAN8, BAT STATB
OBOANS, PACKAHD OboanB,
B. IL AHDJISSVS. ; - : "Tiuu» StsoB, Otumim N. O-j
NOBMAL BCBOOL WUBKKK8 C
■uiwrieiaimaou or otlwr acberi cffMalS
vrha weuU avail Ibeniselvas of tbajpeslke- '
to edUicm aUhtr rioe ir notii of llw^
HON WBBLKT COIXKftB.