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Livingstone College conmcnc^eiit
will be on the 15th of May.
Mrs. Dr. Sinclair, of Liviugslono
College, died on Wednesday afternoon
Tbo otty has bad a lajup put in front
of Qrace church and before the M. E.
The Presbytery of tbo Yadkin
will convene in Salisbury on tbc 16tb
SpringSeld, Ill., has a colored
dcniocratic newspaper. Wonder who
will support it?
Tito Go/J comes to us Ibis
week from Durham. Rev. W. T. H.
W'oodward is editor.
Rev. F. R. Howell has gone back
into tbo missionary work*, and his ad
dress iR Newbeme, N. C.
The' District Sunday-school con
vention of Fayetteville District will
be held in Carthage next fall.
Rov. 0. W. Murphy, a Zion
preacher, and a subscriber of ours,
died at Troy on the 20lh.
Tbo county atockadc was destroyed
by fire on Thursday night None of
the prisoners were burtnorescaped
Wc have an invitation to attend the
graduating exercises of the Leonard
Medical school at Raleigh. There
wore five gndoatos.
Rev. Mr, Powell will preach to
morrow afternoon from the subject:
••Tlic unpardonable sin.” Go to the
First Raptist church and bear him.
Tbc Oonimitteo have our thanks for
an invitation to attend the 7 th annual
joint Exhibition of the Clarioaophio
and Mattoon association last night.
Mr. Pearson is still conducting the
revival meeting in Wilmington. Very
large crowds attend dally. The steam
ers on the Cape Fear arc running
excursions from PayotteTiUo and river
Chief JuilieoMorriaon R- Waite, of
the Untied SUtea Supremo Court,
died, of pneumonia, laat Friday morn
ing. He filled the plaoe 14
being appointed by President Grant.
Mr, Cleveland will appoint bit soc-
The colored Preabytorian Cbnreb
at Carthage is one of tba neatest little
Cbnrobsa in the oountty. It baa band-
aomo organ, wbieb. with the ehoir,
behind the preacher.
most retelligent oongr^atiena we bare
aoae tisfe. Bev. Wood is seU
ting a fine example for all preachers.
His work does not only show at home,
but by bis influence more than a half
dosen boys and girls wont 'off from
Carthage to high schools this session.
Brethren do you do your duty in that
Zion Methodist Cburcb at Carthage
is one of the neatest in the oonferenec
It is handsomely finished and has
good membership. The ohoir is seat
ed behind the'preacher as in .Grace
Church in this city. They have
gallery all ronnd. Rov, E. W. Dix :
has charge of this Church.
The Enterprise Social^Ciub gave a
very pleasant entertainment on Thurs
day night at the Odd Fellows Hall.
A ijery fine supper was served and
all enjoyed tbo night. Elders Tyler,
Rl^es and Stitt were among the
Democratic papers arc publishing
that Prof. Price of LivingeUiDcCollcgi
is favorable to and will support Mr
Cleveland. Wc state from good
luthority that tbo statement is untrue
ind without foundation. It may be
intended to draw Prof. Price out.
Who will the republicans of this
Congrcssioi&l District send to Ohicagol
Let us divide between the white and
colored. W. C. Coleman is our
choice from the W^cstem end. If yon
go to the centre wc will nominate
Jno. S. Lewis. Let us hear from the
The editor of the Wilmington
Bit/lclin was brought before Jnilgc
Mcarcs a few days ago for using lan
guage about the Judge which was
thought uncomplimentary. He was
dismissed with the payment of costs.
Wo must be careful with the language
use concerning our judges. It
camo near being another case of libel.
DESTROYINO THE DTE8.
Aa BxaentloB at tba Fkfladalphla Klata
Crathad by a Sladca Bamaer.
A Uttte roll of metal red with fire was
plMsed upon the anvil, a riedge hammer
fell twice upon it. three tiny sparks shot
into tbo air. and the ra^ of the dd
year’s doable eagio gold coin* were wiped
out forover. Itwass thousandUi port of
the work that lasted all day at tho nOiit,
the destroying of the 1867 dice.
This is a novri form of destruction that
falls to the lot of the money making ea-
tabiisiiment's blacksmiths at tho end of
eocli calendar year, and is the only sure
way of preventing tlic wily oounterfeiCer
from making spurious coin without n.-
gard to date. Tbo dies of tlie mint are
the stamps that iminint on the coin all
that fanc.v busuicss that, when nilibcd
off by time, gives tlie street car con
ductor a chance to insult the bedder by
refuaing to acro[>t iu For instance, it
atampe on Uie dollar tlie face »f tlw beau
tiful lady encircled by stars and makes a
strong contrast on tho other side by print
ing a game Uviking eagle perched on ar
rows under “In Ood wc trust."
The die is a little round chunk of steel
about three inches long, sloping off at tho
top. which makes it look like a minia
ture milkman's can without handles.
On tire top of it is cut tliivfacc of the
c(dn it manufaclurca. with the date of
the year, and scnielhhig to think about
when you look at tliuiii in that the die of
a |ieimy costs the govenimonl no less than
tire die that make.-* tlie prccimis $!20 gold
piece. Coiner Stiol. of lire mint, signed
the death warrant of llu! old year’s dies.
It me.inl tlie di-atniction of a tlioiisaud
of 108';« money miikcra. Every slamp,
from doulilo wiglw to dollars in pild,
from tlollara to ten cent pieces in silver,
ihn fives in nickel anl the irennics in
coj'por were doomeil.
Tire place of extreuiion vi-aa lire gloomy
»lioi> in the iKiRciiiciit. weirdly lit by
hungry firelight. At 0:30 o'clock the
diet were taken from their cells upstaire
and convcyeii lliiilicr in black, coffin like
p.ans. Coinetl gold jingled merrily rn
all sitle* as Uic procetaion (laisod. What
regret bad gold tor the slcel tliat gav.’ it
I>ower to ruin souls? So the dies of ’87
passed to tlieir fate unwept.
Tbo little coiniTs of big money
first sacriflceil. The ilies of gold were
Hung by handfuls into lire fkimes. There
tlu-v lav until tire stirl grew red and th«
face cf'Cnluinhi-ablnslred crimson. They
were not taheti "iit by band, but w“’
inm tongs, nml plaoed right end up
the nnviN, Tin n tire smith raised his
dodge luinii-.KT nlofi nnd BtnieV each ci
full in lire face. A shower of sparks,
Miitwlied Bound and the agony was on
The ring of the steel tuid gone, th" fnca
■,h('d like magic and tlic die of tho
w.-u) but cruElietl, uiisliapely metal.
REPUBlilCAK PI.AN OP OB-
Balm aad BegaUUoas far the Orguls^
USB of the BorabllesB Forty of North
Corollno os Ameodod ood Adoptod ot
the 8tote Cooveotteo held to Rololi^,
North Corolloo. Xepteiober SSd, ISSa.
First. County organitalion.—The
election precinct shall he the unit of
Tho Republicans ol' this city will
hold their ward meetings Tuesday
night Ward *2 at the Mayor’s court;
ward 3 at the Episcopal school-house
on Hill street. A full turnout is
4|ue8tcd to elect delegates to county
is e. hoUday. an'
.Dsi'. Tlorido the daily
r K-ldran is there nny
i Catholic church,
y of the women aU
tho men almost
The Way Opening.
In our travels during tbc last
weeks, wc came across a newspaper
published by two while democratic
lawyers, who employ a colored printer,
and be has a little white devil under
At another town a white edi
tor advertises for ‘'an intelligent
colored boy to learn the printer's
trade.” And all this in North Caro
.'Rimdav uioriiiiig im
tend this mn-s-s: hi
univcraallv stay away; somo remain at
homo to work. Inn many more devote tho
(hiy to drii.Uijig nml l|Bgninc. Those
who wish to .siK-ml the more quiclly
visit friL-iiiis or take llit-ir families to
Marco deLegiia. II much frerpientcd re
sort tliroc miles from tho center of tho
,dtty, n-aciiiHl by liolh luirse tuid steam
car. Steam can only run to tliis-rosort.
howeviT, upon tin- >lal)lKitli nnd other
public lioliclaya. In tire evening twelve
large chuiclicn. nm- ot iliiwi' Hit- massive
callicdr.ll i.f the bi-hop. have closed doors,
while botli thealrw. with a seating ca
pacity of nt Icaot -1.000. nre crowiled to
tlic-ir ulniml. Uuliihling dcns and
hilliard and drinking haloons all do r.
thriving businv.-,-. wliili- tlie harlot
watches at tier window for tire foolsteps
of the piwM-r-hv.—Rev, C. Smith
Mow York Christian Advocate.
Dear Fiiilor—Allow me space
your widely read columns to assert
that I bad the pleasure of exhibiting
ny ‘'Panoraiiia” in Concord two
lights, assisted by Mr. J. L. Mont
gomery. Tbc first night in the Pres
byterian lecture room. Next day we
visited Scotia, and beard some of the
rccitatioDB, which ^cre evidences of
thorough training. Professor Satter
field and his amiable wife proves to be
worthy preceptors. Indeed, their
moral, religious, industrial, domesti
cal and educational training are sec
ond to none. No young lady who
will adhere to the instroetions given
them there can ever prove a failure in
lorld. More such teachers and
sneb inatilutioDs will ovcntually
raise us to a higher standard. In
ooDoIutioD. we hope the 15'2 teachers
and pupils who patronised our exhi
bition in tbo chapel were pleased.
Yours, for sucocas,
E. M. CoLtm.
Charlotte. N. C.. March 27.
e of the
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Accommodations ftirnlilied Iraveleis
msonable rajha. ComforUMe Iwils mod
rootBS. Hom located io the central and
bnsinererartof the dtr. TaWe furnished
wHh the bed oftbe market. Meals at all hoars.
J. M. GOODE, • PBoraiBTOB.
CBABLOTTB, R. C.
Xhe travvUtV P«pU* he seamiinodaled
wttfa eomfnetabie rooeus and btwid. Bouse
MUmted OB Papet stiMt,Jn troBtoftbe
intfy, D«r depot, and eimvmilenl^ all vW-
ton. Twsas nasonaUr.
J. B. JOHRBOM.
-aiinot write his own mem
oirs without writing tliiw of otliera, -T
without hiding from libi own life ilmt
which tiio reader ought m
Tliosoof wlimii 1 sbcuia h_
would niiher tliat I were silent, and I
have no dL-Sire lo write nliout ui>-»elf.
Tho laurels of Jean Jncitui-s and of Casa
nova do not jirevent me from sleeping
Houiiilly at night—KJn the nmlrary. H
Is, ImwovcT.^rerinilloil Ui draw c|iisodes
from oiie’B pt-ntoiial wiuvc-nirs which lime
has formed into a whole, lo which noth
ing more w to Ire joini->l. which form ono
more leiNuti on tire alisurilities nf liuninu
life, and which can no longer hurt
Injustice to anybody.'’—Ne
TU« Itlehness of Our So
English Tourist (to citixen passing White
House grounds, Wasliington monument
in tho dwtaiieo)-Oh. er. I my, y’k"'~-
what is that blooming olielisk tlren-
Citizen (ixilitely)—Ono of C’leopatra'a
necdlca. eir. Tliey grow to iluit size
when transplanti-d to this soil.
Engllsli U/hritn make* n note of iv.—
ute Bt o m* Hotel.
There are many Xew Y'orkera who
have lived their live* In one *
the big iKtols in Uic city,
lioircd jiotronof the Hftli..
Been there iwenty-flvc >-ms. nml lio
inodoslly sayeOial In tin:'- time his I'slg*
ings soil meals r.ad iiicldeiituh', have cost
him $700,000.—Good lIou»ck«-ping.
county organisation. Each precinct
shall have an executive eommiitoe
consiating of three aetive Republicans.
They shall be biennially chosen by
the Republican voters of the precinct,
snd shall elect one of the number
chairman. They shall convene
together at such time and place
the majority of them may elect. They
shall biennially elect a county oxecn-
tivccommittee, to consist of not less than
five members, who shsll elect a ^*ir-
in from their number. VadBeicf
precinct committees riiall be filled'
by the voters of tho precinct, and in
eonntj committees by a convention of
tho precinct committees duly called;
Provided that in case a vacancy
occurs within thirty days prior to on
election, such vacancy may be filled
by tho vote of tbo remaining
2d. Congressional, judicial and
senatorial district committees, com
posed of DO less than one member
from each county, nor less than seven
members, biennially elected by the
several district eouventions, each of
whom shall elect a cbaimian from
ihcir number; Provided, that a sen
atorial committee shall only be
elected in districts embracing more
than one county. Vacancies occur
ring within thirty days of an eloelion,
may be filled by tho vote of the
3d. As amended by tbo Rcpubli-
D State convention There shall
bo a State executive committee com-
,posed of one member from each con
gressional district in tho State, to be
designated by the district delegations
at Slate convention osscmhlcd, five
members at large, lo he elected by
the State convention and tbc chair
man of the convention nt which the
election is held, and said coiuuiittcc
arc required to call a State convention
of tbc Republican parly at least sixty
days prior to every election for nicm-
hers of the General Asseinhly, and
oftener if necessary in tho inlerc.st of
the parly. Members of the State
executive committee shall bo biconi.il
ly elected at tho Stale convention,
shall choose one of their number
chairmau, and shall elect a sucerctray
who is not a uieinhcr, who shall re
side at Raleigh.
4th. The chairman of the respective
lounty, district and State executive
committees shall cal! their conventions
to order and act as temporary chair
man. until a pcrmaneul organization
is effected, with power only to appoint,
nnd receive the report of a committee
5tb. No executive committee shall
have power to elect or appoint dele
gates to iny convention, whether
county, district. State or National.
Ctb. No member of an executive
committee or delegate or alternates
duly chosen shall have power to dele
gate his trustor authority to another.
7th. As amended by the Republi
can State convention: Each county
in convention assembled may adopt
•ji-h plans as it may deem best for
iho election of delegates from
ifferent townships or precincts to
Hth. UepresenUtives in congrcaa-
tokiiow. judjei,!. MDatorial and Slate
conventions shall con.sist of two dele
gates and two alternates only for
every member of the lower house of
General Assembly, and shall be ap
portioned in the several counties ac
l)th. Delegates and alternates to
pretidiug Elder’s Appetatmaris.
Paimivini Dimicr.—2d Ronnd.
Norrington and Long Ridge—March
81 Aud April 1.
Chapel Hill—April 7-8.
OuDter’i Chapel—April 14—15.
Hitehell’s Chapel and IJoion—21-22.
Thompson’s Chapel and New Hope—
General Couferenoo May 2d, at New
Mt. Olive—May 19-20.
Jonce Mission—May 26-27.
A. M. BiRKBTT, P. B.
Raleigh N. C.
CnAXLOTTB DlBTBlCT.—Ist Rooud.
R. 8. Ritbs, P. E.
WinnsoBO Distbict—2Dd Round.
Matthew’s Chapel, Richmond Co.,—
March 24-25, to be held by Elder
M. S. Kelt.
Qatwood Station, Anson Co.—March
24—*25. to he held by Eider L. H.
Silver Grove, Richmond Co., March
Gallice, Anson Co.—April7-8.
Zion Chapel, Kyeser Moore Co.—
Gooden’s Chapel, 8.C.—April ’28—29.
Snow Hill, Richmond Co.—May -5-6,
Hand Creek, Montgomery Co.—May
Harrisvillc, Stanly Co.—May 19-20.
Fair View—May 26—27.
W. II. SlMMOSS.
0ABOLINA CENTRAL B. B.
CBANQS or BCHEOVLX.
Wilmington, N. 0.. Jan. 1, 1888.
No.!. No.S. Ite%8A
STATIONS. I«lfex. DaOyex. Tti-
Sunday. Sanday. weekly.
IvWiljn’Bton 8:40 p.m. £92*-"
It Hamlet, 93S
ar Charlotte T:0(
No. 2. No. 4. Naa.6A8
STA'noNS. Dallyex. DaQyex. Tri-
Sunday. Siutday. weakly.
Iv Sfaelby !
iv Hamlet 1.23 a.m.
^.-...-.-laod Chariot and H—
Take train No. 1 for Stateaville tod sUrioua
(hsW. N. C. R. B. and pdots west. Also
Spartanbure. Oreenville, Athens, Atlanta
Biid all points Sonthwest.
Local Fraighi Noe. 6 and 6 tri-we«Wy
between LauHnburg and Wilminatpa. No.
S leaves WilmlDcffin Tueedara. nuttday*
ami Saturdays. No. 6 leaves tnarinbuTg on
klomlays. Wednesdays and Fridays.
Locnl FreiRbt Nos. 7 and 8 tri-weekly
Lourinbure and Charlotte. No. 7 leavta
laurinbun on Mondays. Wednesdays and
rridayii. No. 8 leaves Cha-lotteonTuesdays,
TbunuJaysandSaturdavs. , _
L. C. JONES, Supenntendent
P. W. CLARK. General rasseuBerABL
Ari teens Irero,
It it asi*rt»«d tliat if you desire aspcoily
•ettcia nf drugs swallowed. fi« if you ^vo
them byiiodoiTiiii'ully. mliuiiii-diT llrem
to hot walur. Ono luUf lire I**o »vill
mffice rf given Imt. as it is .luirkly .iU
sorbed from tire stomarh aikl iLt* f‘*rce of
ibo drug thrown upon Jnc ^rstem at
Oame laws to EnKlond arc a re-inimnt
of tlia forest laws irofireoil liyWIlllara
the Conqueror, who, to iiri-wrv'-
nme, made It forfeiture of tirT,:rt
u wIUI bnikt, uikI hm- Id *3
mi a sag. bock or hear.—Ikisusi
tho connty conventions, shall be
elected only by a vote of the Ropub.
licans of each precinct in precinct
meetings assembled, unless changed
as authorized by section VII, and
dclegatos and alternates to tbc dis
trict, and State and National conven-
■u „ tions shall bo elected by a convention
" ’ of delegates duly elected and sent by
the people for that purpose after the
notice and publication of not less than
fifteen days of tho time, place and
purpose of such convention, and not
10th. The certificate of the chainnan
and secretary of the meetting, setting
forth the .regularity oftbe primary
mcoting or convention, and tbc
election of tbo delegates and allor-
nates thereat, aball be acoepted when
uneontested, as a good and sufficient
credential for such dclegatos
11th. This plan of organization
and procedure shall continue in force
unril changed or abrogated by a suh-
sequont Republican State convention
Adopted io State convenUon, Sep
tember 22, 1886.
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TakiuK effect s!0D a.in., Monday. Dec. 19,1887.
Tbaisb Motixo Nobth.
Moil No. 1—dinncratSanfbrd.
uml Mail, No. U-HliniicrutGernialitOD
TuAise Movi.xo SOCTU.
FaKKiiger and tfail No. 2—dinner at Banfoid
FACTORY BRANCH-FREIGHT AND
Trai-'is Moviao Noam.
IrfBTcMillboro, 8:00 a. in. :00P»
Amve Greensboro, 9:30 6:40
TiAixs Movrao Bourn.
Leave Uroensboro. 1:30 p.m.
I*ovc Factory June. 2:15 j;(Bpm
Arrive Mlllboro. 3:00 5:46
I’a-ncngcr and Mail Trains ran doily
Krdght and Accommodation Train rans
froni Fayetteville to BcnnctlsvUle and return
on Mondays, Wedn^ys and Fridays; thwi
Fayctleviilc to Grceo.iboro on Tncadaya,
Thurednys and SalunUys, end from Greens
boro to Foyettevilio on Mondays, Wedne^
days and Fridays.
Trains on Factory Branch run dally
CITY LOTS FOR SALE.
X OFFER FOR SALE ONE LARGE
I l.'ityLot. inward2.onDaiidBotmdajy
streets, rrontlng John Bmilh, Jama Btraoe
and Creecy Mehmie—adjoining Howell and
J. li. Shannonhoose. This lot is large enough
for four beautiful buildings. I wllTallebcap
for rash. Addrea F. K-HOWEM-,
Ireck Box 38, New Berne. N. C.
BARBER SHOP !
THE OLDEST AND BEST.
Ezpcriencod and polite workmen alwaya
..•ady lo wait on cusloreeis. Hero yon will
get a neat HAIR CUT and clan HHAVE.
JOHN S. HENDERSON,
East Trade Street, Charlotte. N. C.
ISO Markets reel, next (o Academy of Mualc,
. CHABLWrON. B. C.
ATTENTION TEACHERS I
mid diML SClOOl,
Lambertou, N. C.«
will begin iu tuirtxbstu session for
six rooDlhs on Monday, April 9,1888.
Having been educated in a Niw
Enolasd Normal School, and having
bad sixteen years experience io tbo
school-room, tbc Principal is prepared
to do much for those who arc sookiug
a school where they may be aided
during the summer Thorough drills
given daily in all the branches re
quired to bo taught in the Public
Bohools. and written examinations on
praotieal questions given weekly.
For particulars, send for circolare to
D. P. ALLEN.
Lnmherton, N. C.
DISAGREEABLE C0FTB0TEB8IE8 t
with agents who peimade you t
,nnM-.u uat-w... — here all thta
of work done at home much better and
lust as chap, notwllhstandiog the false aoer
Uons tboe egenui make to you, by calling at
Cbariotte. N. C.
Dr. J. T. WILLIAMS
Offen hUproliasloualiemeea to the general
O&cc hours from 0 to'lO a. m. 2 to 3 p. m.
Offla Mo. 24 Wot 4Ui streeL
Nightcaltaftom rerideooe.No. 608 Soutli
E. street, Charlotte. N. U.
II. B KENNEDY,