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S.llfcKDAY; ^T®T. 24. 1888.
. KichMl'((P. B.) Chnfob, Itlnt 8t
It 10 L m. And 8 p. ID. Sanda7>
>( at 4 p.m. Bar. P. P. Aimji, paat«r.
M. B.^nTeb,arBham8tt«et Serrloca at
3 p. m. and 6 p. m. Sandaf aehool at 10 a.
m. Ber.'X. M. CoUatt. paMor.
FiritBapUtf Choich, BoathCborch BL
>>crr)caat 11 a. m., 8p. n.aodSp. m. Son-
ilsvHiebool at 1 p. m. Ber. A. A. Powdt,
Kbeoeur BapUttCboicb, Bait B«cood 8L
srrricBi at It a. in., 8 p. m. and 8 p. m. Son-
Oiyicbool at 1 p. m. Ber. Z. HaoKhton,
rnebTtarian Ctinreb, earner Bercnlh and
I nilqjeSta. Berrteea at 8p. a. aud8p.in.
H-iiiiUy-echoolat 10 a. m. Ber. B. P. Wyct^
’lin(on Chapel. (A.M.E.Z.) Mint St Set-
vii-nat 11 a. m., 8p. m. and 8 p. ra. Bonda;-
tinol at t p. m. Bn 'M. Blade, paitar.
Uille Boek, (A. M. B.Z. )EBt.a«Tlca
ii 11 a. ro..S p m. end 8p m. Ber. J. W.
r.race Cbnreh, (A. M. E. Z.) Booth B, be-
(Kirn 8d and 4th. Berrioea at 11 A. M. aod
• u doek P. H. Booday-achool at8P. M.
iii'T. E. C. iteTldHo, Paator.
If ^oor paper has a bine
eroH mark, it will be stopped
till jon paj up. We cannot eootinne
to acndit to 70a witboatsome mone;.
I’Icaao paj np and let tu oontinne it
Wc want a canrusing agent
(-Terr county in the State, to aolicit
'ubseriben for the MnuiioaK Lib-
i-ral eommiuioD will be paid active
agenta Let ni bear from every town
and county at onoo.
Addrem W. 0. SMITH,
Cbarlotto, N. C.
I Irillingnaii to do tbeir
part and mb an inititB^on will do
mneb toward ■npporting ItaaH.
Tha Colored Baptiat Minioaary
Union is in acMion at the Firit Bap-
tiftOhnrefa. Ker. A. A. Powell u
progident, and Rev. P. R. Howell,
North Carolina ia truly a great
State for Methodiim. The wbitea are
diaenuiDg the adriaability of dividing
tbeir confereoee, beeanac it
large to bo well mao&gsd.
There are already 'Pjfve colored
Metbodiat conferencea in North Caro
lina: TheM. E.. A. M. E., C- M. E..
North Carolina Zion and Central N.
C. Zion. *
And eow it seems that the prohibi
tion rote in tbia State waa aetoally
increased from 454 to abont 8,000.
Aa Mr. Walker uid. it is really a
To say that working for a female
acmioary in Zion will injoro Living-
atoDo is as ailly as saying prcaiding
elders retard the work of the Chureb
"Sueoessfol operation of one thing
at a time.” Yet it is thought in
structing boys in books is not snfficiont,
so trades arc introdnoed to go along
"Snoeessful operation of one thing
at a time.” Does that mean if you
operate one school successfully no
other is needed? What docs that
mean anyway ?
If yon arc educating your boys,
that is nice. Let your girls grow up
let some one else cdu-
'Tno sncccssfut operation
time,” it the sug-
Ou Thouaid More.
We want one thonsand new sub-
scribora by Ihu first of Janaary. Let
-rery lady aod every gentlemen reader
send us one new subscriber or send ns
a list of the reading colored peopli
around yon, with tbeir ](ostoSee ad-
ilrcss, so we may send them a copy of
r>ur paper. ^
Please pay what you owe ns.
Next Thursday is thanksgiving.
Read oar special offers in another
This paper is being oomplimcnlcd
from all sides.
Tbe preachers have gone to oonfer-
cnce. That means a mighty slangb-
luring of ebieken.
Zion conference of South Carolina
i in semion at Cheater—Bishop S. T.
What has beoomo of that old ban-
clana ^t WM M proudly waved bnt
a few we^ ago T /
Congressman H. P Cboatbam of
ihe 2d distriet is a Baptist preacher
and not a lawyer.
Tbe Central North Carolina Confer
ence is in eemioD at Fayeltoville—
Hishop J. J. Moore presiding.
If your boy learns grammar, don’t
give him arithmetic. “One thing at
a tifflA, and that well done.”
Rev. Z Baughton returned borne
from I Tbit of two weeks in Wilming
ton last Tuesday morniog.
The Norik Carolina Couferenoo of
ibl A. M. B. Church is now in ses-
aiou in Greensboro—Bishop Campbell
Tbe North Carolina Conference of
the Zion MethodUl Church meeU at
rioldsboro next Wednesday. Bishop
Tboapsen will preride.
U is I little disooun^ing to be
earned that Ike semiiary projeet is to
be oppoMd, but It b a righteous one
and wQl be earried tkreagb.
ne«tt let Smith alene. He thtolm
be did bb duly aud b solid. Hs will
get Amt. and perhaps soowr than b
Bfit H- “I r”
zin w«Mj -ai ^
an !• »«
•k. «. p -a
for Ihe ^*^1,
in Ignorance, '
of one thing a
Poor girls ; if yonr parents will not
send you to a mixed school yon -must
stev st home, or go and bo brought
up nodcr other church influences and
leave the chnrefa of yonr first love.
sokool, tbe order maybe said to be
perfect. The teeebere and eoholara
all teemed to ieko mnoh intereet ii
tho leeeone which ere well drawn on
a blaekhoerd by one of the aebolare
iplained by the pastor. Tbe
mutie was good and mneb enjoyed by
ns. Mneb of the sneeeae of Ab eohoot
is doe to tbe sotive pert taken by
Rev. Dr. and Mra. Small. Tho at
tendance averages about SOO and the
collections about |6. What eehool
can equal this?
Plans for the Seminsry.
It ia not for ns to propose the plans
npoD which tbe seminiry should be
established or the rales by which it
ahonld be run. bat that is left for the
fathers and leaders in Zion. As a
liever in tbe capabilities and fatnre of
oar race, we feel called npon to agi
tate tbe neceuity for inch an institu
tion. Wo wotMd simply say that ii
tbe beginning there ia no need for
high college currienlnm or high
sounding titles. Alt great institn-
Ciona begin small and work up. Two
good, pious, well edueated ladies or
. a well educated preacher aod bis wife
might start snch an enterprise with
the backing of our great connection.
bear a good report in the
coofcreoccs on education and let ibis
question of a female seminary be dis-
some good lady
tioman be enoouragod to begin tho
'ork at onoe. All tho help needed
'ill be fortbooming aa soon as tbe
'ork is started in earnest.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
WimLow'aSooTtiiicaSTacrr. Tor ehU-
dren teething, ia tbe prescription of one of tbe
art female nano and phTstdana
nited Btalea, and lias been used for forty
yean with neTe^lalU^K•acoa8br millions of
niolben fortiidrchildren. Duringthcprocces
of leetbing Its value is Incalculable. It relieves
child from pain, cures dysentery and diar-
rbB8. griping in the bowels, and wind-colic.
By giving health to the child it rests tho
mother. Ihrice 2Sc. a bottle.
CBARLOTTB, B. C.
AccomiDodalioiit fOniisbcd travden at
reamablc rates. Unnfiiitabie beds end
rooma House lotatsd Id the esntiat and
buaiiNm port of tbs dtr. Table (Urnlahed
with tbe botoftbe market. Meals at all boon.
J. M. GOODE, - Pbopbietob.
eSABLOTTB. N. C.
QABOLINA CENTRAL R. R.|^
CHAI.TE OF BCHEDULB.
Wilmington, N. C-, Jane 10, 1$88.
I have opened a Boarding Honee
for the eoeommodeUon of the travel-
r ihlie, and auy person wishing
beard and lodging vrill he ao-
oommodated on depot ctreet, near the
station. Comfortable rooms, good
beds, good cooks. Jrivo me a call.
Mbs. E. P. .VLSOBROOK.
H B KENNEDY.
ConCecttoneiies, Fancy and
Chickens, Eggs, Botter, Vegeta
bles. andall kinds of Country Prodnoo.
Everything kept in a well regulated
Chooery S^torc. Fine Fruits a speci
alty. No. 808 South Graham street,
Charlotte, N. C.
The Original Wins.
C. F. Slmmonk. Su t-ouls, Prop*y
M.A.SlB>iBoas Liver HcdiciiK, Sit'd
iSm n the U. S. Court esrsATS J.
tr^t^luo^.^'d by ZelUu iSdS.
mx. Souk Stowacw. Btc. '
. T. B. Reuma, Puior M. K.
No. 1. No. A Nm. 8 A
STAT10N8. Daflyax. Dally ax. Tri-
Sunday. Sunday, weekly.
8rt* am. 7:15p.ro.
IvWilnt’gton 7;S0 6:10
It Uaxton, ll;a
ivHainlat. 12:80p.m. 2:80a.in.
It Charlotte 4:07 C:S5
BARBER SHOP !;
TBK OLDEST AID BEST.
Experienced and pcdlte workmen always
ready to wait on ciutomen. Bern you will
get e D«t HAHl (31T and dean BHAVMue
JOHN S. HENDERSON.
33 Weet Trade Stieet, Cbsrloetp. K. C.
Hon. W. P. Canady is
Southern mao, and while
worked bis way high up in the party
be deserves to go higher, and Mr.
Harrison sbohid took upon Col. Can
ady as a represeotatiTe Soulbcrn Rc-
Branson's Agricultnral Almanac for
1889, is to band again with ilU pious-
ant face. Tbe book haa been calcu
lated for the last five years by Mr.
Branson himself, and be guarantees a
high degree of accuracy. Such a
band book is of great value to the
families all over the State. It seems
to have gone into almost every nook
and corner of tho State.
The Charlotte Chronide says:
Harrison owes bis election to the
negroes. If they had not the ballot
onld never hkve reached the
White House.” We would remind
the CknmicU that those New York.
Pennsylvania and Ohio Negroes arc
wealthy, educated and in every respect
the equals of tbe white people of Ibis
conntry. The Chronicle insinuates
that Mr. Harrison is not legslly
elected because tbe Negro elected
him. or that Mr. Harrison should not
forget his obligations of gratitude
the Negro, Which does be mean ?
Marriagn at Lamhertoa.
MiaaMartha E. Lewis and Mr. Luke
R. HoQneen were-united in the holy
eaUU' of matrimony at the bride’s
naidenee on Wednesday evening, the
I4th inst., by Bov. 8. 0. Taylor, of
the A. M. E, Cbnreh. Miss Zilphii
Lawb and Mr. A. A. McQueen wer
first bridesmaid and groomsman. '‘All
want merry as a marriage bell.”
Far Slalstar la Haytl.
As a worAy and snittble man
rapraaant this government st Port au
Prince, we nominaU that aterinig and
ealtursd yonng man, Edmund Loftin
Thorniw.wof Tarboro. K. 0.
TborntoD la a aatira of tbia Slate and
of the beat adnaatad yonag men
ia the South. He is in aaery way
ataditabls to ^a nee and eenntry,
and va hope Aa nast adsiaiatration
«UI aalaat auA •« I® *** raapon-
rfbla poritirr- S- I*- Tbanton ia
oar ler iba Baytiaa abaion.
W Shdby 8:36
Iv Hamlet 8:00
ar Ralcigli. 7:15 inur
Tialna Nos. 1. and 2 make close connection
at Wadcsboro with trains to aod from Che-
raw, Plorenre. Charleaton and the Fontli.
I Trains No. 1, 2, Sand 4 make eloec eoniicr^
tinn at Hamlet wftli trains to and Ouiu
Sleigh anl Norfolk.
TbrooghaleepinE cars between Wilming
ton ODdl^aTlotto aod Cliarlolle and Raleigh.
Take train No. I for BtatesviUe and alations
on the W. K. C. R. R. and points wat.
Take tning Non. 1 and 2 for riiemw. I
renec, Ciiarlesloii, .Savannali simI Klorida.
Take train No. 3 for Spartanharg. Qreen-
Tille. Athena, AUanta and all points Sontli-
weat. Also tot AsUeviilo via Charlotte and
■■ connect! at WHuiington with 8e»-
. .-iiiforWrlghtsvlIle. Aho with Al-
U^c Coast Line North and South. So. 4
.dnniicct* Willi \V. and W. nortlibouiid train.
A AIM) ucacoosl train for Wriglil.-Tilie, Steamer
Eos-iort for Siiiithvillc.
Local Kreight No". 5 and 0 ilaily between
’‘'-linglon and Loorinburg.
. al Freight Nos. 7 and S
Charlotte and Laurlnburg.
I>«il Freight N*. 0 and 10 tri-wcekly b
tween I 'liarlottc and Rutlierfordlon. Nui.
7, 8,0 and in will not take iiossengcrs.
L. C. JONES, Superiiitcndetit*
F. W. CLARK, Oeneral Poasengcr Agt.
Taking effect Monday, Jime lllli. ISSW.
TbaiKs MoTinn Ni
^‘aiLV Btvr^t^Siao'mTtB rattno sodcs
in order (0 enlarge
wc make the following
To any preacher, teacher,
sending us three dollsrs auo
(|8.50) with three names besides bii
own, wo will send tbe Mx&sxBaKi
to each address one year.
To. clubs of five or more we will
make liberal discounts, and givo a
premium to tbe getter up of the dob.
l^All subscriptions must be paid
in advance, by registered letter or
Persons sending stamps must send
only ons snd two cent stamps.
Address letters to
stops «m w tukw i»
Sou osMlMwesi ta m _
■aloiilMty krBrn Omnk.
Cbsrlotte, N. C.
BALBieH, ff. C-T
Tbe first session wiU 'open Mondsy,
the 28lh day of November, 1888,
For further information, addrees Biv.
Du. Torraa, Presidrtl Shaw Unlver-
ntj, Baleigb. V. 0., or the under-
signed at Fayotterille, N. C.
JO^N S. LEARY.
KEPAIRINO A PPECIAL’n'.
Pull Line of Cheap Wstches,
Clocks. Spectacles and Jewelry
21S West Trade 8t. CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Pa.u. A Moil No. 2—Urcakfcst Ccrmaiitnwii.
Punengrrand Mail No. 2—dinner at Sanfonl.
FACTORY URASCH-KREIOHT AND
Tkai.tb Motiso Ni
Ikwtc Uillboro, 7:30 a. m.
Amve Oreeniboro. 9:00
TBAj.Ta MoTiso Sotrrn-
Leave (treciiiRoro. 3:30 p. tn.
Leave Factory June. 4:30
Arrive Millboro, 6:16
Posenger anil Mail Treiiu
Freight anil Accommodation Train rua»
from FnyctteTillc to BennetUvlIlc and return
Mondaya, Wednesdays and Fridays; from
Fayotlcvllle to Orcensboro on Tuadays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, and from Orcens-
to Fayetteville on Mondays. Wednes
days and Fridays.
Trains on Factor}- Brandi run daily
except Sundays. W. K.^KY"L_E._
J. W. FRY
(ien'l r^- Aiyt-
Dr. J. T. WIIXIAMS
Office liours from 0 to 10 a. ni. 2 to 3 p. m.
Office No. 24 West 4lh stmt.
Night calls from residence No. 608 South
Cliarlottc. N. O.
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•t. BMMlb BAmIv
«• yWlud St. Uku'u S^rth BabMl.
fUkmAattf ibwuk totbu
ia ^ Its btaodMS axsented tn tbs bmt man-
Bsr. at tbs TCiT InwMt tuiSA
Huunpiwef Prlattav • BpMtaltF.
X. B, BLAXBlTs
OT M TMs ■(„ ORAELOTTB, K. C.
DISAHBEEABLE COXTBOTEBSIES 1
gents who persuade yon to send ofl
S« idctnres to New 'York to have Ibw
d and (Tamed. Ymi ein
work done at home moeb b
cheap. notwlUislanding than
leM make to you, by
will begin its TiiiBTaBXTii session f
six months on Montlay. April 9,1888.
Having been edueated in a Nbw
Knulafd Normal SenooL, and having
had sixteen years experionco in the
school-room, the Prioelpal is prepared
to do much for those who are seeking
s school where they may be aided
during the summer Thorough drills
given daily in all the branobes re
quired to be taught in tbe Pnblle
^hools, and written examinations on
practical questions given weekly.
For psrticulsrs, send for cirenlari to
D. P. ALLEN,
Lumberton, N. C.
ASK FOR ST
UBBEB STAMP, with yon
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visiliog ends, nd India to nuirk
Unen.SS for 26 wnts (sumps.) Bort
of 2,000 ityUa fcn whh eaeb wdtr.
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