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Charlotte messenger. volume (Charlotte, Mecklenburg Co., N.C.) 188?-18??, April 14, 1888, Image 2

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CMARIOTTE MESSENGEH. f-A^.-WWISBHmthi jm ... 1 00 2 laontti* t ' "withi.. 7B 1 8in*le oUiy i« »l Wlniw of tbta poper W 0. SMITH. Climriorte. K. C. Rboft «rt«po»J.n« of of in^ U> ihc public bi wllciwd but p««»t» murt not be diJi^-jintod if they ^ • - in oor colnmw. We ■!» w* rwpoririWe the view* of eorwspondaiite. inonymnoe eoniuuiulatlooego to tlie waete boiket. tie mbit u ini« nra. Tbt colored mea of Uiii State «ni elect him e dela^tcat Urge wbfa the State mb- TwSoa%eifi.aa wa wiU be wi^( to h|t»him iKd a. Aerman dellga- ♦tfff m to cart o# ratea tar the ebtioe of the delef atioB."” PATETTETItLE 50TB8. H05. W. P. CA5AD1T. Since the Southern Proleclioni, which eemos to have been eUrted to protect Ihq dcmocratio party agaiort .what Bcein* ita final doom in State, haa aaid w ihuch agaioat' Mr. Oanaday, wc will »ay in a few >orda why Mr Canaday ahonld be tmated in preference to Mr. Dockery. The Frotecliouitt chatgca Mr. Canaday with appointing demoorato to office and with being disloyal to the party. That ia the old cry of “stop thief. The Profcrfloniaf needs only to he read to show whether or not it w disloyal to the parly and tho history of the editor may be cnjairedtiifo to learn vtUat he has ever done for the party, and if the paper baa done more than abnae and speak disparagingly of republican leadcra. and if the editor has ever done more than hold a good paying office in the party given him hiB father’s name, and rwmved the honors of Ih'o party four years ago of election as delegate by the re«iueal of ' bis father, and bore hia father’s name, wo have yet to learn of it. The 1’ frrfjoiu'rt, in its coarse will do the rcpnblicani more horm and the deiuo- rrats more good than any two demo cratic paficrs could do by fighting straight in that party. Now why did Mr. Canaday appoint democrats to office? A few years ago while Sergcant-al- srms of the Semite, and the ropnbli- cans only one majority, j'appointmcnta were taken from the majority and the ofiiecs coming under the Sergeant-at- arms were divided among all the Senators, and democratic Senators as well as republicans could have their ■ friends appointed. When a Senator ; bad an office, Mr. Canaday could do ni) more than appoint the man nalL-d. The principal officers of the Senate arc elected by that body, it was a common Ihing for Mr. Cana day to appoint democrats to office, why • don’t Mr. Dockery name more than one, of the hundreds of wen he has given places since he has been influential man in tho departments and with the administrations Washington Mr. Canaday needs, no defense at our hands, lie is too well known this Stale and country. While mayor of Wilmington ho showed that he had the broadest shoulders and the biggest heart of any man that baa ever filled that office. His administration was a success and a living monument espe cially to the colored people. When he was made collector of that port, he went further and stood firmer by the colored man than any while man has ever done in North Carolina. Ilia chief deputy was a colored man and the only one ever holding a similar posi tion in the State. A rosjorlly of his employees were colored and hia in- spoetors, &c., were treated like men. When Mr. Canaday went to Wash ington bo did uol do aa many other men. He still held inflaeneo and did not forgelLis party and friendi. He hat given to colored men more places Washington City than any man, 1 ing or dead- At the oloao of the r^ pabUoan adnioislTaUea. taoro colored men held placea in Waohington credit ed to Hr. Canaday than to all other repoblicans from the State combinod. lie has spent more money for tho party than any man in the State, friend to a friend and will stand by him and fight for him when Duniiisirj There is not a truer and mors loyal inan to ths repnblieta party tlM Boa. W. P. Canaday. Hs ia a bold, wise, tme and aafs ^ leader. t .Per thane and ottsr rapahlicw bava benortd Hr. Casa-' SATnres about eaubco. The wsather has been quite mild, but at this writing the cold wave is isidng ns. Last Monday night 2d inst. a severe stonn arose aceompanied with load peals of thnnder and lightning The Normal Literary Society, which b presided over by Prof. O. H. Wil ms, wc learn is progressing rapidly. Mr. E. L.v.Thornton, of Tarboro, . C., was in town a few days ago. Mr. John Holloway, of Wilming ton, N. C., paid ns a short visit last week. The Golden Star Lodge held tival in Masonic hall last Wednesday and Thursday night. Vacation days will soon be here, and perhapb the little boys and girb will welcome them. The grand rally for the ebnreh bell at Kvan’a cbapel will come ofl^ next Sunday, 15th. It U hoped that every oy will do bis and her dnty. Our pastor, Rev. J. M. Hill, is working faithfully. Easter was strictly observed at Zion. The chnrcb was handsomely deeorated with green shrubs and white tarlton. Flowers were very scarce. The pas tor preached one of his rich, flowing sennont. In the afternoon the Holy Sacrament was administered. The choir rendered several anthems which bad been prepared for the occasion. Mr. 0. C. Scnrloek spent Easter Sabbath in Maxton. Hois constantly travelling now in the interest of the Tetoperanco canse. A few wiieks ago fire broke out in store occupied by Mr. F. P. Willis- It was not long before the whole town was niuiDlnated. A good num ber of his goods were saved, though the real Iom u not known by many. Mr. A. W. Whitfield writes that ho ia highly plansad with his new moun tain home—Asheville. He u very much missed, especially on Oillispie street. The revival meetings at Zijui have closed, after a continuation of eight or ten weeks. About eighty persona were happily converted. It can truly be said that tho “Holy Ghost” was in the midst of God's people Wo only give a aynopsia of the doings at Zion, as another copy will appear relative to this nod Easter services. As the editor gave os'suchauice diet on long manuscripta a few weeks ago wc must cut our uolea down very short. Wc never like , to make largo debta. You will hear from ns again soon, readers. Maav. Kayettovillc, April 12lli. The peopl* qronnd and abaht the ^taMty are in 1^ *4^ ^ aIrdH xit&ent over the thu vm- g ft the two fraEdhleX banll ofi- fitab, Croes and %hi^ from the boodler'e paradbe. Canada. Before their leave of tbb ley elime many donbtt were maintaiood ^kbeobiMU of their return to thb oonntry. After all it b through their own ooorlesy that they are at the demands court. Dbtriet Attorney Bnsbeo igned an agreesaent that they would only be tried for three forgeries, abd not for having in enetody atolan money. Tot these men have stolen more money than all the ninety-six of those Ne groes in the State of North Carolina together. The State Bank b com- pletely gone, and on iU door ean be seen the sad inscription, etoaed, A stranger not cognisant of the Cact in passing might think it was a national or Stole holida^ and tho officials ont on a bird hunt. The editor of the OtUlook, W. B. Hnntor, has tendered hu rc^natlon to the manager of the OufiooA, which has boon aeoepted, and he will no longer be responsible for what appears io its editorial columns. The teachers are moking extensive prcparalioDB for the reception of the teachers from tho different pelts of the State, who will attend the State Teachers Association. Politics are aontewbat on a boom in the different wards of the city, and each political loader is olosiog up his columns for tho grand contest, which II soon bo in our midst. Wo notice in the last issne of the Wilmington BidUlin a very severe criticism on tho editor of the Cape Fear Adpoeal' While thb may bo true about hb dceeilfuloess (and your humble servant would dare say not), it seems that when wo see one of our race possossiog such prinrijjr as pub lished by the BulUiin, instead-of push ing him down the hill, wc should en deavor to elevate him. Remember the Negro has already. 43,(>00,000 of An glo-Saxons behind him, and against him, cither politically or socially, is proper to go to tho man—not write him up In such a mannt.T Wi sorry to sc^^ucb nobio mind editor of the BuUeii'n possesses stoop to notice such articles as often sppears in the Cafx Fear Advocalr'. Tbo Charlotte Messxnobr is hailed at the Capital as ouo of the greatest Negro journals in the country. Smith indeed, u a powerful editor—not only editor, but a financier in paper business. Wc hope Prof. E. K. Smith is satis fied, having received that recognition so iiincU desired by him. He has been a candidate for tbo Mission since the days of Hopkins. Success to him. Hope Taylor’s flees wil’ not lim KalciRh, S. tAprilO, 1»». BilTW Slur Band. Good Tymphn. Haxton Guards, and 5 good K01E8 FBOE CO5C0RD. le» an int olwortr whA they frU to get iU tidings. Toura in every good work. 0. W. Bitafuen. — n MBEOEIAX. Wc, your committee, do report as foltowe: “Aootber baml U beokontag ns, Another eall w given ; And gk>ws once mose with angal-etepa na path which reaehse Heaven. “Our young and gentle friend, wboee smile Hade hrightcr siimme|,hoari. Amid the frocU of antumn time Baa left.ns with the flowera: “No paling ot the cheek of bloom Forewarned us of deeay; No fhadow from the Silent I«nd Pell round our risler’t way. "The light o! her young life went down. As rinks behind the hill The glory of a setting star— Clear, suddenly, and sUlI. We miss her in tbo place of prayer. And by the bcarth-fire'sqight; We pause boride her door to bear Once more hersweet •Oood-night.' ” With what force and reality come these lines of the poet! How sbooking and yet how sugges tive are the dispensations of Provi dence I His dispensation has been among UB. Our ranks have been despoiled. Another gentle and sweet soul gone— a powcrfnl personality is silent. Thfr grave holds her fist. Death Aas claimed her for his own. Mrs. hfar Dc Sinclair is no more. The tactfity and students of Livingstone College do resolve; Ist. That in her denth is lost, to the Institution, a devoted, effioient, and untiring worker in the promotion of ita intcresta ; to tbo instructors igenial and noble associate ; to the students an accomplished and exem plary teacher. 2dly. That while wc bow in humble submission to the will of Him who “doclh all things well,” we feci a profound sadness in the loss of our as,ooiato and teaober. .Idly. That wc extend to tho be reaved husband tendcrest expressions of condolence, and pray God that be may be sustained in this his hour of deep grief. fietolrrd, furthn. That this report be published in the Star uj Zion, the CitAitLorre MBseesdxii, and the Ten- nrniec Star. Respectfully submitted, E. Mookb, Cbairinau. 8. 0 Atkiss, Sec’y. Committee; Miss Jennie C. Junes, isa Fannie 0. Petty. Miss Gertie S. Holracs, R. H. Stitt. Edward Fields, T. T. Richardson. J. D. Bibb. Mi Baltic Riddick. Miss Dusky HamLlto NEW COFFIN HOUSE. We are prepared to furnish everything iu the Undertaking Line. Everything New. Open at aU houTS. NEW HEAESE ESPECIALLT FOR THE COLORED TRADE. CLOTHOfO OF ALL KINDS FOR BURIAL FCBPOSES. Charlotte Undertaking Co., 14 S. Tryon Street, opposite Central Hotel. GRAND DISPLAY or LADIES’ DRESS MATERIALS, at lOc.. 12ic., 16c.. 20e-. 8te- and up- 1" '*** "cwfat sltarW. MOIKEE SILK, 1 i Shadca. at C8 cento per yard. i BUSTLES 1 •nto rarh. Tbeseatand navnnwaxvl. I SURAH SILK, 10 Hliadrs, at 66 crots per yanl. CORSETS al 26 cents a pair. Perfect fluing. LADIES’ MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, CHEMISE at 25 cents and up. DRAWERS at 25 cents and up. CORSET COVERS at 25 centa and np. SHIRTS, full long, 30 cents ami up. CORSET COVERS 25 cents and np. BRAND NEW STOCK Gentlemen’s Olothing has arrived. NO SHODDY GOODS. IN THE HAPPY HIT SHIRT I AT 48 cento you boy a man's onlanndried Drew Sliirt, lluen boaom. re-inloTccil lack and Trent and Patent Seams H. BARUCH, Regulator of Ixiw Prices. NEWS ABOt'KD MAXTOX. C- B- Miller opened a Iu 1885, on Easter Sunday morn ing, there were four meu and women io tffc guard-honso from tbo influence of whiskey. This being 1888 there bos been a great change. The path to the guard-honsc is oov- over with green grass. Bat w arc sorry to say wc have the terrible evil to fight ag^nst again. We are glad that we bare it to ^ght, bat fight it With boldness. VTe have selected General Jeans for our Captain and therefore we do not fear. Pleaae encoorage all yonr readeni of thb paper in our behalf. Some of weak-kneed ehrittians say it makes money mtUere hard, bat w» know that it pleases God, and therefore we fight on. Mr. Editor, I have been waiting on ■e other parties who aaid they were going to send whew I did—bnt find enolosed one dollar. H. Tcanu. Biftrlet OmflsrcMe. PleoM allow me to «y to tbo pnblle throngb yonr paper that onr Bistriet Confismee of the Wilmington Dbr triol will eoae off here at Lanrithnrg on the 18lh of April, and nlip tbo SnndajHMbool Convention will oonM off on lbs tint nnd eloM fftd. Ber. J. B.' ChMpUtt. Pr^iding Bdw of|Mn)s Itolon will b« Uftod. [ tba WIMt^ton OistrM, wfU pfiMdt. Pmi fir lff> Ant Ood' any Ums ein MriigAlllfitai. Yomlnlg, ewnny le^wp* —w ■■■■.. #B.ftnni. primary school in Maxton, Monday, Apiil 2d. Miss L. D. Lee is still teachiug at Alma. Reports eomiiig in from there gives much credit to our young teach er of Lumbertou. Mr. G. C- Scurlook, Grand Lecturer and Organiser of Good Templars in he Stale. Icctnrod here in the M. E. Chnrcb to a large congregation.— Twenty-six took the obligation. Thanks to our many frienda for paat assiatance to build a church at John station. Please don’t stop. 'e are where help b needed. The frarap b np and we desire to use the ebnreh by the first of Jnly. I adminbtored sacrament last Sun day to ninety-seven eommonicants.— Four new membera Joined ebareh. Our Snaday-schools are in a better oondition. and has mere literature than for yean past. ^ Bnnday-sebool eanvention in eonneclinn with Wil mington Bistriet Gonfereoee nt Lan- rinborg April 18-20. The' Maxton Ukiem printing pren has been moved in onh room over H. MeNair'n rtoro—nropared for Y. M. Borry to o«r aged biher, Stophea Mdfbtib. Is Ml expevled to live, wM l)«art IronblM, If good ooeietiei will erMte good We bava #. U. 0- 0. O. Mtowt, Indo-. gwdMtiBMMritpw, KaIgMffOf HpMT, ffriandt off 1W E. M. ANDRfiWS, Hos the laiynt .-uiil Mont Coni|iMr Stock of In North Carolina. COFFINS & METALLIC CASES. Pianos and Qrgans Ofllic Iksl Makifi oi VIRaiNIA HOUSE, CHARLOTTE, N. C. AccommoJaliuns funiialied iravrim at reasonable rales. ComTuriable beds ami renms. Home locatea Iu the cmtral and businenrartoT the cilv. Table fimibibeil wiUi the Ixat oTtbcuisrkcl. Meals stall lionn. J. M. GOODE, - Propbibtor. CHARLOTTE, N. C. Ohickering Pianos, Arion Pianos, Bent Pianos, Mathnshek Pianos, Mason & Hamlin Pianos. Mason & Hasilin Organs, State Organs, Packard Organs, E. M. ANDREWS, : Trade Street, Chabwttr, N. C. ATTENTION TEACHERS I 111 MKAl »0l, LnmbertoB, N. C-, will begin ita TiitanxitTn eeaslon for six months on Monday, April 9,1688. Having been edneated ilk a Nxw ExobAUD Nouial ScupOL, and having had aiitecn yean oxperienec in the ■ehool-room, the Prinoipal b prepared to do mneb for tboee who are seeking a school where they may be aided daring Ibe snaner Thorongh drills given daily in ill the branches r^ inired to be tangbt in the Pnblie lehools, and written examiontiona on pnetieal questions given weekiy. Forpnrtiealsts, eend fbr drenlara'to B. P. ALLEN, LnmbertoB, N. C, — T H HI — Messenger is published every Saturday at CHARLOTTE, - - N. C., in the interests of the COLORED PEOPLE REPUBLICAN PARTY. It is the only Republioan paper in the Western end of the sixth Oongressional District BtlARDING HOUSE, COKOOBD. F. 0. n, BVBlai P-VU—IB I- Subscription, $1.60 ] W.O. Si I. T. A.. 8£tof.aod Pntprietoi) •year. Irlottc, N. C.

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