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ccuta; one year, $1.50.
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on it this week, it will simply mean
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ing it to you until you settle up, AVe
regret to atop it, but cannot aend it
afii r the blue mark appears.
llcv. P. J. Holmca, P. 0. box 78,
r.oekingbam, N. C., ia the Snpremc
Covernor of the llnimml Brothcr-
liiiiid of Xorth Carolina.
New AcBNTa.—Mias S. F. Young,
Cuiucron ; J. E. Smith, FayettoTille;
11. H. Hill, AVilminglon; ft. K.
ilrier. Msttbewa; I. I. Walker, Salia-
htiry; O. H. irendomon, Waahing-
mn, I). C. _ t
Kd. Haolbr ia autboritod
to BoUoit and collect Habacri;AinD8 for
the MasaBNOEK. and takes charge of
i.ur city list. Subacribera will plcaae
>ettlo with him.
Rev. E. M. Collett will have special
.•crvice at the M. E. church to-morrow
night. Rct. Wm. Johnson’s congregn-
lioD will go OTer and help thcni-
The meetings have closed on Rev,
IVm. Johnson’s work. At Rockwell ho
had twenty-five converts and nine at
Little Rook. Ho reports 58 converiions
and 117 acccastona to the cbnrcb on
Charlotte is now a full fledged ci
ty. It baa street cars, electric lights,
i.lephones, water-works, paid fire
ilipartmcnt, electric fire alarm and
iiiiiforrocd letter carriers.
Onr graded school opened lost
Monday with a good attendance. AVc
hove the same teachers as last year,
ezeept that Miss Victoria Richanlson
takes Mra. M. W. Alston's |ilse>.
We regret to learn llirnugh private
letter that MoBuic. manager of Tokay
vineyard, near Fayetteville,
upon him'self-to shoot a nigger” ni*
day laat week. Vir failed to learn
It is announced that a representative
of the Industrial Aasocialion will be
here on theSCth. Hon. J. H. Harrii
sr lion. E. W. Turner will speak
here. We hope our people will Inm
out and hear them.
Rev S. F. Wentz preached for Rev.
R. n. Stitt at (Iraoc ebureh last Sun
Rot. J. 8. Caldwell was in the city
last Saturday. As the other uiinistcrs,
be reports his work in good order.
Profs. J. O. Crosby and J. C.'
Dancy, of Salisbury; were in the city
Prof. A. B. Vincent, of Shaw Uni
versity, was in the city this week
and lectured at the first Baptist
Church Monday bight.
Rev. R. S. Reeves ;v'ft last Mon
day iiight;lo visit his mother in Moore
Annie .Alston and Belle
Butler arc in the city. Their stop
Miss Zilpbin Lewis is in the city,
stepping with Mrs. Alice .More-head.
She will teach here this fall.
Mrs. fi. Friday has returned home
after a visit of several weeks to rela
tives in WarrentoD.
Miss Sallic Halt returned home last
week, and is now hnsily at work
the graded school.
Miss Nora Tyler returned home
from Matthews last week, after spend
ing a couple of mouths with the
Roi. R. C. Collins was in the city-
last Tuesday. He has closed his pro
tracted luccting with fonftecn eoO'
verts. He is now preparing to scat
his new church.
Mra Lucy Shepard spent two
three days in (laston connty this week
recuperating. She visited the “old
plantation” and “old mnssa and old
missns.” She says, while “the old
home ain’t what it use to be,” ihingi
look natural. She is delighted with j
^cr viait to McAdcnvillc. i
Will They Lynch Him. |
On the Qlst of August, Mis-i Julia!
Ross, n white woman eloped with
Chaa Burton a colored man, both of
Anson county. It seems that Miss
Ross w.os of good family, and Ross ^
was a married m.in. -And new away
up in Conueticul a young white lady
of good family blacks her.u-if and runs
off and marries her fathers black coach
man. .Something is wrong with the
laws of our land or our people
In order to inercase our subscrip-
Diako the following offers:
820 IN GOLD
will he given the person sending us
largest amount of subscription
money (not less than $•'10) by January
1st. 1888. Three, six and twelve
months’ anhscribera will bo taken.
will be given the person sending^tho
next largest sum (not less than $15).
will be given tbe pciMn sending the
third largest amount (not Ic^ than
Persons wishing to cntci the con
st will send ns their names at once,
wc may enter them. They may
send in names, money, as they
get them, and wc will give ihcin
Friends shonld now go to work and
help us and themselves. Oo to work
and delffy no time. There is
nothing to he lost.
W. C. SMITH.
Charlotte. N. C-
AVLC'S CaTIIAUTIC I-ILU act ■IH-'Ol} ’
tilde orxsut. siid nre di-ccinlljr .
eur« Uia dlinuea rriimil l-J tbc.r Ovr:.. uc-
nicul. iiicluiUus Cuii-lll'Kilun, in.iiB'i-
UOB. Dyapepala. Iliailm.-Iic. i»}-' nu i/.
oiiii a li«t ol OlUcr aliiiiiulc. ti-.- nil
wlilcb they are a cite, aure, |.rt..i..i.t. i.l-1
picaaant remejy. TUe e»teii->t«.- in* ol t“W
FltW l>y cmlr.cnl >.1ir»lclBii9 ai ri-g-jlut yr-M.
t .Sufferer Tram ll
isy cbutnet -on|>
is published every SatpvSay at
CHARLOTTE, - - N. C.,
in the interests of the
REPUBLICAN 1’ A R T Y.
Mr. Curiis G.arrott has opened a
Keslanranl fo/ the accoiuiuodation of
the public in Greensboro. It is con
veniently situated, at the depot.
ILmrd and lodging furnished.
It 15 KENNEDY,
■I. till a
s Pills In namber
to fall to aeeonipllsli
conilsiilly heap ibea
Livingslone College will open next
WT-dneatlay. and a full attendanee
•-zperitd in the lieginning. The in-
doatriai bnildhig is 'about eomplcted.
Thia gives them three large hriek
buildiaga beaides the frame buildings.
.A ymr or two more aud tbit college
will be a etep ahead of any inatitste of
learBiBg ia tbe 8oatb, is bBlldiugs,
faculty and attebdanee.
On laet fUlmth Bev. R- D- ltiU
took ia the puneh earde that were 0Wt
and took a oolleetion for the bdW
ehadi,|(tyt*e doTlan awd aeTeBty-wlM
cents ($fifi.79) #ere raised dnring te
day. All (he eards dU'nt eoM hi
and the remninder will he taken
■orwv tnd added to Into '
leetiM. Bar. Stitt In
The fields are now white with the
lint and scores of our people are going
out every day to pick cotton. Women
and children can by thia employment
make pocket change, but tbe prices
paid for picking is very poor, If pick-
uiorc discreet and less eager
they might get 50 cents per hundred,
for it cannot stay in the field. They
have done without the cotton to pick
all summer. Off from towns 51) cents
FajetlcTlllc Neift. _
From a private wo learn diplhc
is still raging in Kayitlcvillc a
many deaths have oecnrrcil from it.
Bishop Hood's daughter Maude
rho has had a very serious time of tl.
is improying and thought In lie en
tirely out of danger.
Messrs. J. W. Byrd and J. F. K.
Simson are visiting Tokay, and s.um
of the girls nre having a pleasant time
Tbe exeuraion so Goldsboro run b)
Evans I’hapcl. will leave on the morn
ing of the 21it- -next Wednesday.
Anilrew. Charles andJPeter Hogan
and tbe .McSwaln brothers who liavi
been in New York several years, ar
rived home last week. IMer's wife i
bo a bfuutiful Irish lady.
PB lOUM sv UBr iiunir. luni imim ,uv
pIssMnt, sAta, uiil rolUble Isinllyin'
TOR DVSriSPSIA Uwy »r« InT^nrtl;
Ifesls, Texss, Jime IT, ISEL
ne OBv. Fbaxcis D. IIablO'
from Allmla, O'o., sayi; "For
pMt 1 hsTo Men lobject to
Iror " •-
kTmir, 1 sotferoO
Imre rutiy i
AVEn's CiTnsatfc Pills eoritrt Inege.
Isiillsf of tbs bowslt, 11111101810 ibs spp»
llle soil dlgatloB. anil by tbeir prompt and
ibaioBzh asllmi clre toB« aad il|or to t6o
•boll pbyaieal economy.
Dr.J.C.AyerACo., Lowell, Mats.
Sold by all ItrugcIHf.
Cliieketis. Kggs, Butler, Vegeta
bles. mill all kind.s of Country Produce.
Kvcrytliiiig kept in n well regulated
Groeery .‘^torc. Melons, amL Fine
Fruits !i specialty. No. 30a south
Graham street, Charlotte, N. (j.
It is the only Republican paper in the
Western end of the sixth
Subscription, $1.50 per year,
W. C. Smith,
Editor and Proprietor, ^ harlotte, N. C.
One Brtgninu. with whisky in Ins
beatl and pistol in h» hand thought
be would .take charge of the C. K. k
Y. V.. freight train here Halurday
evfAing, but Conductor Goddard be
ing of a different opin-on tbroltled
him. About that time Marahal .Hmitb
appeared upon the aeeiio and marched
Briffwian off to the loekup. There
if talk of t $25,000 hotel at Red
gpringt. With neh men ea Captaia
0 B Bloeker. of Haxtou, and Hr.
Arabd. HeOaoen, of Plain View, al
the helm ve dau't hc why (he euler-
priH aba«M not prove a
£m>Av »“ konM"#"?
fvaw'tMt did. We heard one mea
eouatod 990 portokki toyJUt
tsmi/t 01 oart M a tae
All espsfi'-'irs the woodeml
boDL'SelBl elleets ol
I L-blhlron wUb 8oro Ryes. Ko(i
I Karo, If sny sirofulooT m tnia
ut, msTce msoe beBlthyssdstronf
ksmI br «ll Dnsisu i fl, six bowlei for to
WEAKNESS, OHltLS AND FEVERS
MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT,
NEURALGIA AND RHEUMAD9M,,,
r U iBTlCerst- ^ IT flvn KSW
^ iw *
RICIH CTION IN
T.«lny, Jmioi'dii. 1 n
I »-!t Flour, Mcnj.
w on tlioiie nrlidcs
•I Marin-t Kircct. ncxl to .Xcademyor Mnsir,
flLMlLESTuN, .S. C.
'ir.st Season will be opened July 1, '87.
First-rinss Itu-inl an*l .Vreoiiimrxlatloiisal
.ti-oniiU,- raUi.. f. M THORJH!.
A lady gradaaic of one of the lead
ing normal schools of the State, wants
a school. Persons wanting a good
fi'iiiale teaelier will do well to address
Care Charlotte Messenger,
Charlotte, N. C.
I (irahom and
E. M. ANDREWS,
■ Ins the Urjtrst mnt MonComjili tc Stock of
In North Carolina.
COFFINS k. METALLIC CASES.
Pianos and Qrgans
Of the Bert >Wis on the Installment 1*100. I/iw Prices and F,aiy Terms.
Send (iW 1*1*00.
Chiokeiing Pianos,' Arion Pianos,
Bent Pianos, Mathnshek Pianos,
Mason k Hamlin Pianos.
MASON & 9AMLIN Organs, Bay State ^
Organs, Packard Organs,
KM. AKDRKWA u l. : TiumSrniir. OaSMOrfE, N. fl.
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