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Lav-echvd at 1 p- m. Rey.. A. A- Powell,
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-.i-hoiil at I p. m. Rev M. Slade, pastor.
I.ililc Rock. (A. U. £.Z. )R8t.8erT)ca
at It a. III..3 p. ni. and 8 p. m. Rev. J. JF.
Gncft liurcli, (A. M. B. Z.)Boalti B,
Iwo'ii 3il and 4th. Servlcsa at 11 A. M. and
s o'Ho'k I’- M. Snnday-acbool atSP
l!>v. It It. Stitt. Pastor.
If your paper haa a bine
eroM mark, it will be stopped
till you pay ap. We eaonot cooiinno
to »('nl it to yon without Rome money.
IMrnsc pay up and let na cootinno it
‘‘® y'’”- .
Our Lumberton letter will appear
liishop Lomax is still in the city
with Ills family.
Mri^. J. K. King was at borne last
Siiiulay to attend the concert hero on
Miiu Nora Tyler has returned home
frniii Liberty nill, S. C., where she
lia- been teaching.
1‘rof. J. C. Price, Rovs Rives,
and Stilt visited the graded school
Hon. J. C. Dancy of the Siarof
Zihn. and Prof. W. H. Color were in
the city last week. ^
I'crsons failing to get tboir papers
on lime will please notify us ot once
fo we may correct the error.
Mimi Minnie Sumner came home
from Union county to visit the family
and attend the concert by the Stars.
The Senate has again passed the
iilair educational bill by a vote of
III ‘2i). It goes to tbc House for its
reception was given tbc concert
party at Mrs. I/oniax, on Monday
nigbt at which Misses |Tyler, Sumner
and Smith made speeches.
Wo had a splendid letter from Miss
McLean last week and another this
week. We arc sick. Miss Mary, that
aci'ouDts for so little news by us.
toe ipeakera. Proft. Moore and
Harris are not given to moob talk, but
are among the profoundest teholara of
our race. Prof. Skinner is a young
man in years, but one of the best
soholars toruod from the Now England
Livingstone college has made the
most rapid strides of any in the coun
try and will soon lead all others
scholarship and numbers.
Friend please stop borrowing this
paper. The subscription is cheap.
Take it for yourself, and help the
concert was. given at the first
Baptist church on Tnesday night.
Mr. N. B Houser, manager.
The editor of this paper has been
lick three or four weeks. Ho -is unfit
for travelling, but business compels
him to leave home. He will be in
Rockingham on Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, and hopes to meet all bis
subscribers prepared to settle. He
ill be in Laurinburg on Thursday.
Hoti. John M. Langston visited
Rockingham this week, and lectured
there on Monday night. We arc
sorry^hat Mr. Langston came so nenr
us and failed to give ns a call.
Good friends, it is somewhat dis-
eonraging to go a hundred miles
to see our delinquents and collect
nothing from them. Wo know times
are bard, yet if you don’t pay us
Bometbiog wc can’t print the paper.
We arc informed by private letter
that Mr. Preston H. Brown, from this
city, now teaching in Fayetteville,
was recently married to Miss Kate
Perry, of that town. We know the
Perry family well. Miss Kate is the
fifth living daughter of tbc late
Edwin Perry, one of the best men ever
in the State. While it was what is
commonly called a runaway match, wc
hope they will do well. Katie is a
pretty atid good girl.
Call a Convention.
and to attend to any other business
that may come before the convention.
By order of the Chairman.
J. W. Blows, Seo’y.
Charlotte. N- C , Feb. 15, 1888.
A MDBDEftEE’S NEBESia
H. E. Zion Reform Chareh la the City*
Dtar Editor: — Please allow
space in your well-known journal to
say to the citiscns of this city, that
wo have passed off a few days here ii
pleasure and happiness, during which
time wc have organized a Church of
tbc Methodist Episcopal Zion Reform
councctioD. Wc came here by tbc re
quest of friends and citizens, and wish
to work in unity with all other de
nominations throughout the city, ai
c do to other places. Our general
fund is 25 cents per member. Our
form of Churcb government seems to
meet the approval of the people
general. We truly hope that wc may
work in sympathy and hearty co-opc-
ration with all cv^gelieal churches,
and the presence of the citizens is de**
sired at onr religious worship, from
time to time, nn E. Myers street. J-
W. Roberts has the supervision of the
Church. Wc are forever your ser
vants in the cause of Christ,
KIlllDK Rta Stepratber «ad Driven
From Ptaoe to Place bj a Feml-
On the lOtb of August, 1S83, in tha
city of Brooklyn, young Thomas Arm-
atroDg killed Us stepfather, Albert Her
rick, oon of W. C. Herrick, who rcsidea
in Nashua, N. H. To-day lie dr«gs a
twontv-pound iron ball, forged to hie
ankle, tlirciigb the streets of itrisbane,
Tliere ore but two yean between the
two datce, yetlu that time this nineteen.
year-old boy has lived whole lives of re
morse and turtnoil. His hair
whitened under the terrible curse that
always followed him. From land to land,
across sens aud deserts, iiack in the wil-
domestes far from civiliz^ipn, putting
thoiiraads of miles betweciMlm and hit
Bepnblieu State Coavaattn.
The undersized Ezeeutive Couimit-
teemen call a State Couventiou of the
Republican party of North Carolina,
to be held in Raleigh on Wednesday,
the 23d day of May. 1888, for the
purpose of electing four delegates and
four alternates to the National Repub
lican Convention, to be held at
Chicago, on the 19lh day of June,
1888, and for the purpose of nomina
ting a candidate for Governor and
other Stale officers and three candi
dates for Supremo Court Judges, to
select a State Committee and for tbo
transaetioD of such other business ai
may be deemed proper in the judg
ment of the convention.
Each county is entitled as delegates
in said convention to twice thennmber
of UcprcscntalivcB in the lower IIouso
. , , of the General Assembly.
Sr.- '‘iJnT'ht'K.i.VlK 'll ri"-”' "H*"*.*”
the publichighway. a branded felon. | political affiliation, who arc is syro-
BroughtupiDeo-ioand luxury,’Tboffisi I patliy with tbc principIcsoftheKo-
Armstrong fouodainplc lime to leara the I party of this State, are in-
vices of a great .-ity, Wild and vicious 1 „„u„,od to unite with the
when bUHinerevhild. hcgrewupvm.jp^^^^^^,.^^^^
FlcsMing Klier*8 ApfiteltoBite.
CBAKI.OTT1 Dunicr.—lt( Bound.
Little Book—DeMuibet 1-4.
dictivc, nuarroltome. ircaSeroui and | Ropubli. ..
-1 awsv from homo selection of delegates.
J, W. RonBKTa.
HUMOR OK THE DAY.
Some acrobats are fre-h, mid somer-
saiill. ; Circus tickets gi> with ihia.l
llie diffiTencclKitwcrii an epicure anc
auan hUtis that one's a miglily dinor
end the other's ii dyniMiitcr. - HWinj-
At the muveum- Mrs. N.-'‘My dear.
I wish you to ob-erre this bMutiful
statue nt .V|ioUn
It is time the executive committee
of the 6th cODgrcssional district wc
taking some action towards holding
convention. Mr. 0. S. Hayes is tl
chairman, wo think, and wc hope I
will call the committee together and
call a convention. Wo suggest Lum-
berton as the place to bold tbc district
convention. The convention should
be held to organize and select two
delegates and two alternates to repre-
sent the district at the Chicago con
vention, but not to nominate a candi
date for Congress. Wc think late
tbc summer will be time enough
nominate the candidate. Let us bear
from you and your committee, Mr.
Miss Lula Black, of Greensboro,
•pent several days in this city this
week. She has been teaching
Kuihcrford and will go to Ashville
The concert party on Monday night
umd a handsome upright piano fur-
nixhed by E. M. Andrews, our furni
ture man. He keeps on band the
host makes of organs and pianos. He
rents cheaper than any one else in the
Mr. James G. Blaine has sent a let
ter to the chairman of the Republican
.National committee saying be will not
allow bis name to be used in tbc Chi
cago convention. Just what it will
amount to is yet to be seen, bnt John
Sherman is our candidate, first and
Langston In Rocklngbam.
nil this is his wife,
ill till' world
llic ollu.-r fel-
Tiicri! ace Ic
who are horn 1
Iowa are such
(hcv can’t l>e mii.lo to rviilir.c U. -M'r-
Anall-rounO lew ph.ccd the following
piiicarrl over hi-*
use'll except i'l' a'-c of
relatives are ii
■t Free PrrM.
Mrs. (.•hargcilplcrist—" loixl morning.
Mr. Takeiiic.vsore. i should like to see
something in the way of a small cht-ck.
lalignant. ... ..
me after time, each time luraing up in .
jail for some oiTcnw far bryon^l his j
While Thomas was still a yoiilb. Mm. j
Armstrong who liud considerable proji- j
crtyliftby her first husband, married-
Albert It. Herrick, of Nashua. From !
the first young Thomas and he bad vin- j
leut quarrels. Often ho turned upon his '
mother, but with that strange maternal |
perversity which makes mothers love
their bluck sliccp even liettcr than their
white, she cUmgcloscrto him, cncourau-
inghimiii bis idleness and sclf-iodul-
E snee, and supporting him In his many
iiler quarrels with his stepfather. Alt
this time Ids mother knew lliat her son
dec lared that ho woiihl have her money
before ho was 21, by fair means or foul.
The murder was su-ldcn, but the neigh
bors had almost ezpec-ie'l it. August III
Mr. Herrick arrived home early in the
afternoon. 'f A'hat hiiiiycncd .-ificrwnrd
but littio is known but that he and younit
Tlioma-s Armstrong bsd ii violent c|unrre!.
An hour afterwanl n -Mr. Friink. wdio
was passing, wai horiil-ed t*) sec lli-rnck
standing in llie hiillwny of in* re-idcn--e,
with atorrent >r blood pouring from his
loulh, uttering crie^sof ‘'Murder! Hclpl
urglars!” Then be fell. When taken
up be was dead.
The jtoHce searched the house, and
'td.m nlmAoC >1,.an«ii.ihtf Wf ttnilinci a clew.
Not to be
,c of lire." The cook'
Very Sick Ilu-band (to weeping wife)
—‘•It may come out all right yet, my
dear; so don’t ervm Weeping nife— I
can t help it, .loh^^'ou know bow easily
1 am moved to tears."—AI e J oi-i Suji.
A Mud river Indian was mistaken for
a deer the other day and shot. As they
picked him up he declared that nil thr
p:dn was assuaged by the evidence dwt
samclKxly had some use for him.-
J. C. L. JlAsnis,
V. S. Lcsk,
,1. H. WlI.UAMBOS,
15bO. C. ScCBtOCR.
R. E. Yol'so,
H. E. Davis,
J. II. IIaukis,
A. V. Dockbfiv,
W. C. COLXMAN',
.1. J. Mott,
G. W. Cankos,
J. H. Moxtuomkev,
E. A. WiiiTt.
T. M. Aboo.
Bookwell and JoumtUI^—Dm. 9—11.
TorrcDce Chapel—December 1&-18.
Moore's Sanctnara—Dm. SO-Jan. 1.
Clinton Cbapel—January 5-8.
China Grove—January 18-6.
Grace Cbnreh—Janwary ,26-29.
Kings Mountain—February 17-20.
Redding Spring—March 2-6.
Rock Hill—March 9-11.
Mowing Glade—March 24—27.
R. 8. Rival, P. E.
FATXTtaviLLi Duwaicr.—lat Bound. ^ w
Oak Qrovo—January 14-16.
Glover’s Grove—January 28-29.
Gee’s Grove—February 4-5.
New Ziont-Fcbruary 25-26.
A. M. BAsaaTT, P. E.
Raleigh N. C.
Wadcsbobo District—1st Round.
I.VKOLINA CENTRAL K. R.
^dlAKGK OF SUIEIU'LE.
Jl^imington, N. C., Jan. 1. 18!
r (to deacon).
.piiPition of knowing
lomtihiiig about borscs. I’ve got an
animal ibat'lbalKV. Wlml do yoodoia
i;ejcon—"I sell him.’ —
after almost despairing of flndiag a clew,
found a bullet erol>cddcd_ in the wood-
>rk of the rcllor door. Thomas Arm- ,
strong was suspected, arrested, and Irieil.
He .admitted his guilt tu ihe officers, but
denied it at his trial, under instruction I
of Ills counsel, i^aying ibiil be killed Her- |
rick in self-defence, "I he trial will long ,
be remembered in the iiolicc annals of.
Brooklyn. Mrs. Herrick spent a fortune |
for her boy, and ho was acquitted. 1
As young .Vrrostrong left the court room
free there crowd *l forward from among
the spectators ii tall. IwautUiil girl, not 1
more than 1. ymnolil, who caught iiiin 1
by the arm an*l lii-sc.l in his I'ar “ ) uu '
have escaped but one judgment,
she vanished in tliucruwd. In il
of IWO Armstrong, now noto
bis many crime*, e-uuimd a genuine stusa-1 “r:"
by marvyioF at lie
• named Ella Hoscotub. • .pi,,
he maltreated her. 1'bcy | luii ai
she died, and I Tut
Flat Rock—Jonuary 7-8.
Jordan’s C. 51anly—January 21—22.
Green Lake—January 28-29.
IIdUIo’s Grove—February 11-12.
Roper’s Grove—February 18-19.
Rocky Mount—March 16-11.
Robeson's X Roads—March 17-18.
TaliincelTfCl.'i.OOB.m.. Momlay. I)ec.I9.1S87
Tnsiss Movise Koa
;e close connection
The concert by Dr. Price and his
stars was a complete success. Every
body was d.'lighlhd with the perforni-
jiirJ the Academy of Music was
lied..- -Mr. Paul Jeffcnion Jr. of
Uoluuibia.ii. 0.. was the piano aceom-
lianist. Miss Smith satisfied the aU'
dience that she is entitled to be called
[ bird." aud Mias Nabar took
the house by storm with her elocu
tion. Dr. Price pleased all.
Livingstone college has the ablest
reprraeniative of any iMtilolion
Tbc Hon. John M. Langston spent
last Sunday and Monday in Rocking-
ham. It seems that some years ago a
member of tbc Wall family was car
ried to Uhio, who has siucc died,
leaving an cslt^c of about ^100,000
to be divided among o number of
heirs, several of whom are in Hoeb-
iogfaam. This was a colored woman,
and of eonrse the heirs are all colored.
Mr. I^angstoD is executor and attor*
ncy for tbo estate, aud was here look
ing after and identifying the Kocking-
bau heirs. Matters were very easily
adjusted, as be had no trouble in find
ing all the heirs. A portion of the
heirs arc still in Uhio. and some in
other places. Capt. O. 8. B. Wall, of
WaahingtOD City, b one of the heirs.
Mr. Langston lectured in the courl-
bouso on Monday night, and made a
very fine impreasion on his bearers.
He b a distinguished lawyer aud a
One hundred tbonsand dollars
pretty good little sum to fall to Negro
heirs from a-Negro parent, and wo i
glad that mnob of it will come
There b otic thing a woman caa oo
which a man cannot, and that is set a
hea. All the softer pans of her naturt
vanish in the contemplation and per
formance of the act—-he ’-inks hvi
beyond Amarotiian postibililici.—“«»«-
“.Toseph," said the incrcha: - to >“■.
bright young man wiili the beat of rof. -
cncc, "the book-keeper tell* me y.n
have lost the key of ihe safe, and he can
not get at his bonks" "Yes, sir. *>“*
of them; you gave
you remember.” "ic»,
plicat*-».Hi;iih-. in case of ac
the other one;" "till, sir
•oft hilt. I w.is nfriid
of them, you know.”
other all right!" "Yes,
wlierc there wns no ilanger
Inal. Il is iu the safe,
Eating onions and hor>eradish is
cblmed to relieve dropsical swellings.
ovo soreness from the feel try
leiii at night in pure alcohol,
li ihalsiiuffl'ig |K>«ilorcd borax
up Ihe nostrils will cure iieiitairhftl cold.
Republlaia Ceuty Ex. Com.
The executive committee of Meek-
lenbnrg county are hereby requested
to meet is the city of Charlotte on
thircifuniry. All the necessary ale-j Thursday, the first day of March,
menu of mauhoodara combined mila; 1888. to make arrangements for the
president. Dr. J. C. Price. Il b an | bolding of a county eonvenlion to
to any young wan to graduate select delcgatoi to reprcMBt the
nader suck a president and apeaameo ty in the Stole coavmttioct to be held
ofmanbuodmid Negro posmbiliti... | in Bnl.igh o. thi 6lh of May i a^
buuU and Aegro posmoiiiMM. la *
..ilrfc i. ..Ur.1, b, ! ik. ii«ml “""I.
I had du-
I took good
in the delirium just preceding death she
cried in agony: " Keep him away. Don’t
let Tom kill me.'’
Armstrong became haggard and pale,
and lib mother was forced to send him
away. He stayed away a year, returning
broken down, telling a story of being
haunted by an enemy. The jiolicr in
every place he slopped at visited him and
rci|iiested him to •• move on." Try as
be would he could not get wli-re he was
not known to the police, and, brokou m
spirit and h alth, h ■ rcturti-d to Brook-
His mother raised gl.-'iOO for him. and
be snih d for New Sonlh Wales uuUurthe
name or 1.. I). WVir.'er, of i oiiada. As
he walked up the dot;, of 8yiney, when
the vi'SKi'l luiiUeU. I’ecviiilier It', he fell
Uii- blind of a j.olic.'iiiaii .ii his •hou'diT,
itirntd to Ih'oi the word-. ■' Ihoinas
>iii:ii sleopiiii; rarv between Wilminc-
d CharliilU' unO I 'linriotle amt Kaleigh.
- train No. 1 for Statesville and stations
YV. N. f. U-K. ond point* west. Also
for Fpartaii'«iirK, Greenville. Athenii. -Mlar'*
and all i>oiiils Soiithwe^l.
l>)c-ol Krciglit Ners. and 0 tri-weekly
lielwn-n IziiirinUnrK and W ilmingtoii. No.
3 leavra Wilmington TnoMlays, Thnrwloys
and .-‘alurtluv)*. No. (• leaves Ijuirinburg -
.Mondays, YVednewiays and Fridays.
L*.iil Faiglil Nos. 7 and 8 tri-weekly
lAiiriidiiin: uiiil t'liarlolto. No. 7 leavm
Laurinhurg on Monday*, We«lncs*lojTi and
Friibys- No. 8 Icavwf'lia lottconTuciHlayi,
Thnrsdavs mid Siiturlny*.
C JON'K*. Hupenntendenl.
F. W. CI.AKK, Ucncral PBisienBerAgt.
Lv Grceiislioro, 10:lwa m
Ar I'ilot Moiinlaln 3:(^p m
Pamenger and Mall No. 1—dinnevatSanfoid.
t,— —.1 jjo. 11—dinneratOermanton
ToAiin Movtso Boom.
V Pilot Yiouniain 4:0O_p m
HARBKR SHOl' !
THE OLDEST AND BEST.
PnssenBer and Mail No. 2—dinner at SanfimL
FACTORY BRA.SCH-FRB10HT AND
Tastfiis Moviao Noanr.
Leave Millboro, 8"
Arrive Ureensboro, (
Tbaixs Moviao Sours.
Leave Orcensboro, 1:30 p.m.
Leave Factory June. 2:80
Arrive Millboro, 8:16
Passenger and Mail Trains i
Freight and Accommodation Train rnni
from FayeUevlUe to DennrttsviUe and tetoni
Mondoya Wednesdays and Fridays; ftum
Fayetteville to Greensboro on Tuesdays,
TUursdsys and Saturdays, and from Grecaa-
boro to I-ayetteviUe on Mondays. Wednefr
days and Fridays.
Trains on Factory Branch run daily
llrspairingof ])eafe. .\imblri.ng made the
best o( his way to ih.- wild part of Aus
tralia. I here he griinljled and drank
until hlN money w-ss exliniisttci. I ong-
ing for the companiou*
nine hcvixiicd ' ‘
poor 1111(1 dcsi'cri
llie he met with that stcri
A goo! tvavto iB.c mxl liver oil. to iMming hi* I'cnlcnce. doing the first
make it l■»IIll ibli- it by iiiiiiing it into I legitimate work of hi* lilc iu kx-ping
' V 1 = 1,1... .,..,1. 1 ..MM.liiint. Ill conip;iny
Do not .restrict the Roys and girl* in
the mailer of fresh mr Dirt it of eii a
Ditrau- Is often transmitted hy the
hands through the mouth. Alwiyt waxh
the hands on coming out of a sick room.
When A felon first b.-gins to make iU
appearance, take a lemon, cut off one
fiid: put the finger iu, and the longer it
is kept there tbc better.
Those -a ho arc troubled wilh ileeiileu-
5xs, shoiihl, if ‘irong enough to do so,
Ukc a long walk in the evening Rid
ing in the open air alvi promotes sleep.
Forchilblniot. lake ten pounds o( oak
bnrk, put it n .* kettle and j>our on it
six . uarl* of wB'i r. I et it boil down
to four *iuari*. ros.lbo feet in it and
It will efiteci a rertoin nije,
1 ora cough !«'l ‘-n • Jince of Itaxa
in a pint of -uter. »:r^ and odd a lit
tie boacy, one oiijiiacvfr r -ck c.uidy and
- • - ind boil
ilh IlKI othercrimin*!:
The Nrim-i». who ismn'.io* if Thomaj
Ariiistroiig a rival of the Wnnilering.low,
' ' vuu -g lailv who hisac*! ;bo wunla
e:i: Ills' afli-r lii« iiciiuitial of the
r .,f lit* >liif.ith ‘ ’
d ihei.r. erctl.ng.
Ba CalM to bare 11 b a atranga deviea:
-PUiol Ibc *toor.”
—Mlfsharj ClroKirfe .VeyroaA.
I- workmen always
:rs. Hen- you will
ml I'luiii FIIAVE.
.1011 .V S. IIKXDKU80N.
1-iaxtTrailc Street, Charlotte, N. 0.
DISADREEABl.F. COXTROTEBSIES 1
willi agenla who iwruuadc you to
your little plrtures to '''.-v m I.,
enbirgcil nnd fmnml.
just a« rinap. notwtthslam
. _ York
Yon can bare all this
' lictter and
>f the murder
e she hit her
To her Alh'.Tt
.. in the llrm.klyn
St unijlriu' hal
liy rullliig at
Photograph : G-allery,
Dr. J. T. WILLIAMS
irers bis proWiuiiul servin-s to lliesi-neral
devoted to warning tin-|)olicc of v
city that Armitr'io ' v » ted. Mi-n
cetli'd him to Ibi- )>o
Mi-Il-ournc. and the.i
she will follow him s
the other mu-l d.e
.Already Aimstroag 'b
bre-ikiog (Sown uadi rlu'.- lernu
of Roiitiilually “oior;i«,f ini ’
hunted felon, he will wnndci
world, and find no tc i ug pia'-o nutil
be drops into the grave.—,'' • ■
ii-o of >yilnc
I senlcnee (
s- lieroie. '
11 ,'orv it stoji*.
OaiiX Nn. 2t Vr'w
Night call* fron
.. street. CharlirtI
II B KENNEDY,
Confectloncrica, Fancy and
Chickens, Eggs, Butter, Vegeta
bles, and all kinds of Country Prodnee.
Everything kept in a well regulated
Grocery store. Fine Pniito a ^>eci-
alty. No. 308 Sonth Orabam street,
Charlotte. N. C.
100 MnrkelH rect. next to Academy of Music.
CHARLESTON, 8. r.
First Season will be opened July 1. '87.
i UBBER STAMP, with your
name in Fancy Type, *25
Tiaitiog cards, nnd India Ink to mark
Linen, 25 for cents (stamps.) Bonk
of *20110 styles free with each order
Agents wanted. Big Pay. Tiialm*.
M'r'o Co , Baltimore, Md.
cATAR R H
CONCORD, N. C.
The travrlluf piiplic will he aceommodaled
with comfortable roonia and board. House
aituated on Depot atreet, in Ironl of the aem-
Inary, near ilepol, and convenient to all visi-
Uns. Terms masonablr.
J. E. JOHNSON.
A. W. Calvin,
of all kluda. Country Produce alweys os)
hand. CHiCKXNS, lOOS. BUTTERaDd
aUkliKk orVEOETABLES and PBUns.
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