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J. Wicbtd't(p. E.) CbuTcb. UiDt Bt
/frrkm ■tlOa.m. wi(18p.n. Bima*T-
bool Bt 4 p.m. Hot. P. P. Aumw, pMbv,
Vf E. rboKfa, Onhan Stteet. Serricn at
iV rn. BUdSp.n.''Swdaj’tcbool at 10 a.
ni. R^. E. M. Collett, pastor.
First Baptist Cfatndi, BeutliChnreh at.
at 11 a. m., Sp.m.andap.m.aon-
liy-schotaatl p. m. Ret. A. A. Powell,
KLvitesar Baptist Cfanrcb. &ut Becond 8t.
STTices at 11 a. m., S (a q, and 8 p in. Bon-
.In.v-school at I p m. Rev. Z. Haujthtoo,
I'rt^byterlan Cburch,oomer Berentli and
i '>ne)rrBts. aerriees dI 8 p.m. audSp. m.
Siiiiiby-whoolat 10a. m. Bor. R. P. Wyclie,
• l.iiton Chapel, (A. If. B. Z.) Mint 8l. Ser-
iK-r-al 11 a. m., I p, m. and S p. m. Sunday-
- bool nt 1 p. m. Ret U. Blade, pastor.
I.ift1e Rock, (A. M. E. Z. > EBLBytlcCT
:.■ ! I ft in., S p. m. a£d B p, m. Ret. J, W.
ftmeeChoroh.tA. M-E. Z.)8oiith B, be-
in-iTii 3il and 4th. BcrTloes at 11 A.M.iml
' o'-'lork I*. M. Btinday-acliool otSP. M.
Ill \ li. It. .Morrio, Paitor.
If jrouT f«per has a Uuc
croM mark, it will be stopped
tlil you pay op. We cannot continne
In tieud it to yon withontsomc money.
I'leasc pay up and let ns oontinne it
\Vc want a eanrasaing agent in
■ very county in tbc State, to aolicit
hulii«ribcra for tho MnBse.vasn. Lib
eral communion will be paid acth'c
atrnnte Lot us bear from ever; ton d
and connty at once.
Address W. C. SMITH,
Cbarlottc, N. C
t has preriuled ■
I it ia eoneetlyk
tQl tbe eteelion iT
I sf bad flMlij
One Tbeiisaad More.
Wc want one thonsand now sub-
^rribers by tUc first of January. I/Ct
I'vcry lady and every gentlemen render
'■end UB one new subscribor or .send
n list of tbo reading oolored people
Around yon. with thoir pcstolEec ad'
ilrcss, so wc may'send them a copy of
our paper ^
Free to Preachers.
It wHI ao^
There is no
words to pro
The news coni^
of the State: ThlUpiUieaoi'
overran by accestiiJi* from the
eratic party. Loot out for a big
pnhlican minority 'hieaday.
Simply beeansc a non Lu been
the chain gang or in jail h
why he cannot wte. Don’t let
ored iDco be frighto,d off in tht
Registration books,rc open L
gcnoral inspeotion to-da. Let evejk
'ho chooses go ant gee who \
marked •• chailengcd" ail have the'
matter fixed up before Tu^di
ildn’l it be a good it* lo take
out indiotments against kmocrats
who offer to buy votes?
national election and the ca.«ciuiight
be taken lo tbc Federal court,
do tbc leaders think of the idca^
Behold 0 Democratic Bnrchi
Lord SockviUc West has tbrowi
bomb into the Democratic camp tid
sickens tbc W^artH of all the faithful'
They say ho must go. for he hat
lined Cleveland's chances.
*rho Democratic papers are eagerly
calling for money in all the eounties
for campaign They say lUlcigh has
raised J1,000 for the county canvass,
yet they say it is a crime for the Re
publicans to use money. They say
Dcmoorels arc going in buy votes on
election day and aro bolding as much
of their money as possible for that
The M. E. conference which was
in session at Lenoir, adjourned lost
Monday. Rev. K. M. Collet is re
turned to Uraliain street church. Rev.
Isaac Wells goes to Laurinburg and
Rev, W. If. Smith goes lo AdvaDct,
Dr. R. M, Normcnl. one of the
Republican electors, followed Col.
Dockery on Monday night at tbc Mint
yard. Dr. Nomicnt now lives in'
Robeson County and practices modi-
but ho is well posted in polUi-
It is reportcd-Uiat two Federal Ne
gro SBpervisors of aleetion have been
i|^inted for this county. Not nn-
derstandiog tbo duties of this ofieor,
unprepared to give an opinion
upon Ihe noed of them iu this eonnty.
It seems all right for Mr. Cleveland
to appoint Negroes to rnle our while
people, to advise mixed schools and
all right for oonnty commissioners lo
appoint Negro supervisors over white
id Negro judges of election, but
when a Negro is'appointed by a Re
publican it then becomes a terrible
crime and men's ^ascr poMtons are
appealed |to. Wbat arc judges for
but to watch the ballot and decide
coDteste, and what more is a Negro
tupervisorihan a Ncgrjjudgc? Oon-
demon this stuff is too thin. Do
white men in North Carolina think for
themselves, ur do they wait to he told
everything they should do? This
cry of Negro sup^visors is alt b'
BALCWH, II. C.,
Tbo first session will open Monday,
the 26tb day of November. 1868.
For further information, address Rkt.
Da. Terr**, Pr«ident Shaw Univer
sity. Raleigh, N. C., or the under-
.igned at FayetteviUe, N. C.
.JOHN S. LEARY.
Oct. 9th. 1888.
W ANTED ! :
K KI.IADl.Eimi .\CTIVK ME:
for an Katebllsheil HeMe
.. .0 travel
QABOLINA OENTBAL R. B
CHAXOE OF SCHEDULE.
Wilmington, N. C-. June 10, II
No.l. No. 8. Noa.&A'
ffTATlONS.DaUyex. Dally ex. Tri-
Snday. Siutday. weekly.
W Balf4^, 8:06 a.m. 7:16 p.m.
IvWllin'glon rJO 0:10
Haintet. 12:IUp.m. 2.30 a-m.
Iv miarioUe 4817 0:66
Monroe, N. C,
I hare opened a Boarding House
for the secommodation ot bo -travel-
mg pnblie, and any person wishing
good board and lodging will be ae-
eommodated on depot street, near the
staUoa. Comfortabk romu, good
beds, good cooks. Give me a call.
Mas. E. F.^ALSOBROOK.
W. olTc, lb. followinj inUatomoDul “> “ "C
this city. His speech is well spoken
preaohera of the gospel, for getting
Hubscribers u> the Messb.noib. To
every preacher sending us three new
cash subscribers between this and
•Innuary, we wilt send tho MxssexuBa
one year free. Wc will take chickens,
iggs. butter, Ac,, when tbc money
I'Aii't be bad. Oo to work.
It ia accessary for every man to go
liiek to tho Registrar sod bo sworn.
.\itend lo it to-day. If you have not
registered do so to-day as this is the
Register and doot fail to vole for
Duckcry and HarrisoD.
Remember W. 0. Ford is our can
didate for tax oolloctor. See thatyou
Cet bis ticket.
They now say Cleveland has made
.( faUl mistake by sending Baxilie
Wi-Ht back homo
New Hanover is all right. They
liivc local differences, but all rcpuhli-
r-ans will vote for Harrison and
Now slop tolking and go to work,
.'•olid, (juiet work from now till Tues
day oigbt is what every repnblcaa
wants to do.
Read over the UokeU in this paper
and see that you vote the right tickets
from President down. Don't fall to
foio lor C. p. Loekey for Coogrom.
Be save that yonr county ticket has
on it: W. 0. Ford for tax oollootor;
M. A. Dnlin for sheriff; B. H. W.
Rarker for Register of Deeds; D
Flow tor surveyor and C. A. Fwties
Neo that your LoglsUUve Ueket has
the names of B. B. McDonald. F. D.
Davis, J. «. Creighton and Rli. H.
Hinson on It and vote for evory man
of them. Dow^th this miserable
The report of » riot In Oroonsboro
last Thunday tniwo out to bo false
Kverythi^ te quiet in old Guildford.
Soualor VaMO wDl b«
..ntry MUt Mcday hj h^
Col. 0. n. Dockery spoke^ the
Mint yard last Monday night to a yakl
full of people. There wen abut*
3,000 voters out to hear
governor and all left well plcoscdvith
what they heard. Wc will not
tempt to eulogize him hero. Ho
posed tbc fiillaeios of democracy i
fully convinced tbc doubting that thu
Republican parly is the parly for tho
Col. Dockery says this great up
heaval in politics is beyond the polili'
cian I the people demand a change of
affairs. The dcroooratJi sec the great
danger they are in and the bosses arc
now laying whip and trying to drive
the poor voters into line. Laboring
men arc going to vote for Harrison,
Dockory and tbc full Republican
All prohibitionists should veto for
judges who arc stiictly temperate and
religiously iDcHDod. Judge Buxtou
and Maj, Guthrie arc temperance men
The President baa proclaimed the
20lh of this month as tho day set
apart for general thanksgiving.
A circular was sent out in
mingtoD on Thursday with tho names
of seventy-two (72) white dcrooorats.
signed by tbeir own bands, declaring
they will no longer support tho dem
How iltey Writhe and Sqninn.
The democrats of tliis State have
never been so scared and domoralizcd
as they are now. The papers and
(pcakers appeal to passion and preju-
oxcry conceivable maniior.
Wilmiigton Star goes so far as lo
iboocratic dealers in the
thcic\thu(. raying all others
iblicaiV, and warns iU readers
to Bpoi\^cm. '.Will white men t
eratc a fwty '^ith such principli
And can coHrcd^icn think of joining
They .«ec Ailing do tho wall.
They see their oc^palio^is gone.
They arc mad a*] ’^lU soothe des
troyed. Ivct sober, thinking
their full duty till tlio lut hallo', is
counted next Tuesday niAi. Woto
republican ticket nnd jul
many white nieu as ar
democratic ticket ' Vote ca|y nnd
Vote the Kppn)i|Ican Ttckc
It you want .\iiicrican tnarifuc-
tarers, American farm product.xgnd
American labor jirotectcd from dc-
grndiag and ruin(jus competition Ub
foreigners, vole the republican licit.
If you wisli^ see the childrcHif
the country the untold bcncts
of tbo Blair educational bill at
pic public schools for all classci
the republican ticket
If you desire to return lo o system
of sclf-eovcrnment. under which the
people can control their home affairs
and choose their local officers, vole
the republican ticket.
1 If you would do nwny with the
odious and oppressive internal revc-
tue laws, and leave in the pockets of
tbc people the immense sum which
continuaily goes into ibe United States
.reasjiry under the laws, vote the rc-
If you would relievo the people of
tb constant, irritating presence of the
hoHe of revenue officer- sn
depty marshals, deputy collo.-t r:-,
rcvciic ngcnls. detectives, spies, and
infonvrg, «|io draw big salaries from
the gnyrninent lo annoy ynd harross
the peof.j vote the repubUan liekel.
months, “hinw wh^fen fiirnjsh ..
and ^Tc security prefoTwI.' -Money
advanced moiittily to i«y expenses. A ctb«
chance for the risnt men! Mate age, mm-
ness experience, anil to save time '-eller send
names and address of referenctw.
tion paid to instal ennb. Ncvit ii
sendinx atamp for rei'ly. .tddrraa
-Uf SlNFS-t." Box II. Uichni
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Accommodalioiis funiislied iravclcts at
reasontthle rale*. Comfortaide hetls and
HoiLsa located lo the cnitral
jiartof the dtv. Table hind.-hed
with the best of lliemorkot. Meals at nil lioiirs-
J. M. GOODE. - rnopRiETOR-
CllAHhOTTK. -V. C.
II B KENNEDY,
No. 2. No. 4.
STATIONS. Dtilyex. Dailyei.
It Itiitherr'n 7:308. in.
Iv Slialby 8:30
It Lliieofnt'n (kAA
Iv Charlotte 11:33
IvWaileebiwo 2:00 p.
It Hamlet 3:00
Iv Maxioii. 4:13
ir Italdgl), 7:16
BARBER SHOP !
THE OLDEST AND BEST.
Experienced and polite workmen alwsyi
Rady lo wait on enstotnen. Hee yon will
*« a neat HAIR CUT and clean SHAVE
JOHN 8. HENDERSON,
sa West Trade Street, CharloOe. N. C.
CoiifectloiiorU'K, Fiuiej ii
Chickens. Eggs, Butler. I egclnl
blcs, niidallkindsofCountry Produce!
Everything kept in a well regulated'
Grocery .Store. Fine Fruits a speci
ally. No. 3*13 South Graham street,
Charlotte. N. C.
The Original Wins.
Trains Nca. I. and 2 make close connection
Bt \V!L>icsls>m witJi imins to and from Clie-
raw, Florciirc. Cliarlcston nnd tlie South,
i Trains No. I, 2, 3 nnd 4 niukr cUvu eminec-
tinii at Hamlet with trains to and from
Kalcixli nnci Norfolk.
Throueli alccpliis cars betwoen Wtlminc-
>n and Cluirioitc and Oiorlotlc and ItalclKb.
Take train No. 1 for Slatavllle and stations
on theW. K. C. It. R. and points west.
Take trains Non. 1 and 2 fiir Clicraw, Flo
rence, ('barlcstoTi. Savannali and Florkla.
■Tako train No. 3 for Spartanbiiri!. Oroen-
'ille. Athens, Atlanta and all points South-
.rvHl. Alsu for Asheville vis CliarlotK
'• .-onnerts nt Wilmington with Sea-
for Wriglitsvillc. Also with At
lantic Coast Lino North und South. No. 4
witli \V. nnd W. northbound train,
sost train for Wricblsville. Steamer
j'rova for (iiToIinii flcncli andSuaiiier
. for Sinithvillc
Ereiglit Nos. .3 and 0 daily Iwtwt
iipton nnd I.4iurinbnrp.
IxKal Freijrbt Nos. 7 and "
(Tiarloltc and Ijinrinburp.
■ Kroipbt S.s. « and 10 tri-weekly l>
v« n I'linrlntlpuiiil Kutherfordton. • Nos. I
7. ■‘.II mid III will not take la-wnpcr-*.
L. C. JONF-S BupcTinlendcnt*
F. tv. CI.AUK. ticncral Paxsenper Apt.
/ VVl'E FKAR AND
Ky YAHKIX VALliEY
T.i>.;ii,-cirit-: Monday, June lllli. 1-1'
H dally lictwrcD
I.v .3!?. Air)',
• V BnnfonJ,
O o S w s F S ro
B ■ $1
.A « i-»
Sns« foi llejrct.
•■Oeorge, Ujjr," she add with
'•do you koowxhit Mr. Snoinson ,kcd
ae lut night to^ |iis wire)'
‘•Well, Hike ha impudent
of proposing to on vn^aged young
''I told him that 1.was very sorr^^
deed, but he w
ADVIC'E TO MOTHERS.
Mbs. Wijolow's Sootmiso SvaiP,
dren teotliing, is the prcacrlption of one of the
beat female nurses and pliysidans In Ibe
United Stahsi, and has bevri used for forty
resrs with twvcr-falllnR sucecas by millions of
niotliere for llicir cWldrcii. During the process
ofloelldng itvvalue islncalcnlable. Itrclieva
the child from pain, cures rtrienUTyBnrtdla^
rhM. grijdng In tbc bowels. Olid wincl-collc.
Ity giving health to llie child
mother. Prioo 35c.
THB LADIES' FAVORITE
HEVER OUT OF ORDER.
Bev. 6, K. Monii.
Lut week wo oaid alrango rumors
were afloat eonecroing Bov. G. R.
Morris, lato fulor of Oraco church.
The rooor wai that Bov. Morris bad
goM to Lenoir to join tho M. B. con-
fcTcnee. It ton*
BcT. MorriihMieft !5ion connection
and jotood the M. B- ehoreh. He U
DOW iWioMd In Shelby. It wee
rather e enpriee to hie former charge
bat ee ebriettew they ihoald only
wiah eMciee la hb Ael^ ^
Greee eh«ch i« again wilboBt e
h«t ehe wOl wot inKBr on that
.. mule. ke. A gresfl ^ Htt-' ee Wi eoiferencc le only
i. expeeud mi e gnmi *
proo.!:^l. to*. ‘
ixton, n:2:i in:15
iiiK'tlsvUlc T:SU 12:16 pm
1'a.H'. A Mull No. 2—brenk£L*t trcrnianlowii.
rfts.-«ii|;ct .111(1 Mail No. 2—dinner at Sanford.
FAC'rOIlY BilA.Si n—FREIGHT AND
Ts.llNS UoTISO NOBTII.
I/cnvc Mlllboro. 7:3Ub. m.
Amvc Urccnstioro, 0:00
TiLtlxs Moviso Soern
l.«avc Greensboro. .3:90 p. in.
Leave Factory June. 4.in
PwcirnKrr and Mail Trains
Freight and Accommodation Train
from Kayclloville lo Itcnnellsvllle and return
on >londays, Wednesdays and Fridays: from
Fayetlcvlllc to Urceiirboni on Tuesdays,
Tliumbys and Saturdays, and Ikoni QrcenS'
joni to Fnycitcviile on Mondays, Wednes-
Traiiis on Fartury Branch run daily
except.“imdaj'S. W. E. KYLE,
Dcn'l Pom. .Ag't.
J. W. FRY. tlen'l Supl.
Dr. J. T. 'WILLIAMS
OITcn bis profeiaiional services lo the genera
OIDce hours from D to 10 a. m. 2 to S p.
OIDrcNo. 24 West 4(h street.
Night calls from residence No. G06 South
E. street, Cliarlottc. N. C.
8. J. EIAIOTT A Oa
BXPAIRING A HPICIALTT.
A Fall Line of Cheep Wetefai
Ctoeke. Speeteclee esd Jewelry
ill WM trMe tt. CHABLOTR, H. C.
DINAUREEABLE CONTROTBRNIES t
h aipmts , , ...
your lililo pldum to New York to have tbrnt
CharioUe. N. C..
I' ■> UBBER STAMP, with yov
JCw name' In Faney Type, 25
vieiting cerda, end Indie Ink to ntrk
Linen. 2^ for 25eenU,fatempe.) Book
of 2,000 etylei free vMi cm order.
Agcnte wanted. BfS^ey. TuihitA
MejirrAfTruim-Co., ifoltinore, Md.
ATTENTION TEACHEK8 I
Lumberton, N. C.,
will begin its TiiinvKXNTii session for
■ t months on Monday, April 9,1888.
Having been eilncatcd in a Niw
Exolasu Nobmai. SriiooL. and having
hail sixtocD years expericuco in the
school-room, tbc Principal is prepared
to do much for those who aro seeking
a school where they may be aided
during tho summer Thorough drille
given daily in all the branches ro-
qnired to be taught in tbo PnbUo
(Shoots, and written exanmations 00
practical questions given weekly.
For particulars, send for eircuiani te
D. P. ALLEN,
Lumberton, N. C.
ASK FOR IT!
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