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Wri;MIN(;T()X, X. C., SA'I/URDAY, SH1TEMRKR28, 18!).).
^EW BERNE GLEAN-1
lii(crOiii\(tvoH G«ilM*r«*(l by Our
Mrs. and Rev. Georj^e F. Miller
and Mrs. Kinma Johnson left iho
city last -week for AVnshiiaiton City
wliero they will ntteml llm L M
Conference that convenes thc‘i’‘f'Is
Dr. John 8. Long, preached a very
interesting and instructive ^^‘rmon
nt 8t Cyt>inn P. E. church Sunday
evenitjg. The Congregation felt
theiuselvcK henefited for having coma
out to hear Dr. Ijong.
Miss Charlotte Rhone returned
home Saturday from Hyde County
where she has been teaching, acoom
paj.ied by Mrs- Farrow of Hyde who
is the guest of Miss Rhone.
I’rof. K. L. Jones of IMuladolphia,
who is traverling in Ka^^teiii N. C.
giving Strooptican exhibitions and
Bibb* si‘on(>rios. Address* 1 St. Pet
ers 8 jbbath School, Sunday, and wih
give several lectures ahile iiore.
' Prof. .Jones exhibited on'ruesday. at
Odd Fellows Hall, in bebald of St.
4, Peters Church. He also exhibited ort
• '.Wednesday, at Rue Chapel. Prof.
Johen uses a double magic lantern
-/ which makes '■wo pictures at the
same time, and his selections rj
^**sceaery are v^ery good The ditf:Tcut
‘ vppreciatr cf'E’ -
Mtioiia 'ing their full ^len-
Sirs. Linia Smith formerly of N(*w
Bern who is now residing in Worster
Mass., has come home on a visit to
her friend.s. She is the giurit of Mrs.
MrC. E. Physic has rotvrnod from
Baboro where he h^s been teaching.
The lion. J . H. Williams wa,s in the
city last week, in the interest of the
•‘.S/rt/c . ivVy;ah/ff!on,” He is an old
war horse, has been tided in the tire,
and says that to day. he is pure gold.
In an interview with tlie "jlfr-s.srtt-
Ho did some str v'glit talking,
although they say his t iiigue is crook
ed, and that lie winked at the .Judge,
and til it the .Judge winked at him.
Groat is Willamsou.
pl"S ma ,1.. in OUR SURSCR1BEK8. i'W. Cahmy/ Church
00 uimmity .)f our city. 81ic was a.j i Preaching at U am
christii-.i.younglu.ly«n,ln,:o,i-:Kt.mt n,,,.j,« I’
member of hhiloh Oomrh, I wish to th.Uik our
friends for their very libeial support
in ilie past and ask for a codtimiance
of tlie same, under our management.
It is our aim to give you a clean
newspaper with good readoig mat
ter, Wo will say right hoar that th(«
i Kk.:o!u.) is controled by no ’verfy. or,
and held laudable and responsible po»
aitions there. All adtnirc.d her, am’
to form her acquaintance was to love
her. Emblems of eloqiitiou were vi
sible and her ilesire for extended in
telligence was predominant. Carn»
no more exists; and while we deplor'
our lf)S8 nnd «lpnr>- ' '•' Ur.. "*
-j;- -.i IP n... L j .X I
Pine Forest to imbed her remains an,
iinbelbsh her grave witii flowery
symbolizing our esteem, wc hnmblj,
Kubiuit to the will of (,!od in His on ^
nipotence, for with an ideal view
survey angles fecilitatiug her, an„.
escorting her to that Eternal ma
sioii prepared for the faithful
do the heart-felt family, we sy
pathi/,e with tllum in tln i,- sure
icnvement, bf^iraii I'ljiial poi’ti'on
their inevitable burden and
them to an all wise (.iotl who dot
ail things well.
Monday night last, a bright, g
happy company, reproseiiung larg
the intellignMCe and refiiKMuent
city, assembled at 8t. Stephens
sonage, in honor of Rev. Gre^^ ^
b’ thday. ^ ^
Music filled tlie uir, meri’y poa
laughter floated on the breeze,
of youth and beauty mingled
smile*' of age and wi dom were
with.Et stillt to all, and all wei
—At a meeting of'J'. B Reed Repub
lican Association, behl Tuesday night,
Sept. 17, speeches were delivered by
several of the members condemning
the CoiTi^titulional Convention of 8. O
for attempting to disfranchise the col
ored voleiM tlirougliout the U. 8. trO
adhere to the Republican Party, and
vote tlie straight Ktqiublioan ticket.
BY MK. R. U. WHITE.
In the bloom of life when all seem-
•vi fair, in the very center of activity,
the hearts of her many friends wore
caus'sl to ache at the departure by
■ the cold hand of the monster death,
of that fair and estimable young la-
•ly in pei*soa of Miss Carrie Blount.
Though she had not reached her
first score, she attained those princi-
That the Beoord is of the Negro for
the Negro and by the Negro. Wo
will coutiuuo to look after the inter
ests of the Negro, Tiie managejmeut
is not responsible for ideas expressed
Nt)W friends you say you like the
HK(.'oia>. but that can't possible help
iiH unlc'^s you pay your subscription.
\W' have been seuding the Record
to a good number of persons who
have never paid one cent for it, and
this we muHt stop. So if you see n
red markon your paper look for your
r«'cei|»t. We wiil here give you a
sketcli of the United States News
Persons taking news pap >ra (voni
])Ost oftice or currier, alter 1st copy
are considered subscribers and c:ui
only discontinue after id! luears have
been paid all j'eraoiis subscribing to
a n*!W8 paper must pay for it or
Ilf) '• '' ■ .M *’
•ncU-.' that it was/...
an in- -linpr voice, i-eqncsteii the ^ '.i-
istci's to take their wives a- 1 vv in
to supper. This made tilings bltm inr
the Hkcorti man us ho was not a min-
i-ter and Imd no wife, but, be got
there .inst the same, as did evory ine.
wild went to timl talile. It win a
b'niiid Hoeiuble and ricli feast. We
wish for the popular pastor many a
luippy birtiulay. H,jw old is he!
Don t 1)0 so iiHpiisitive.
ROCKIXG iTaM XOTE.s.
We arc very giml to have hero in
our town tliis week, Miss Laura lull
of Wilmington, whinb is the guest of
Miss Karico Lone. ,
There was a grand entertainmo.,t
Tuesday niglit tor tlie benefit of raisA
ing money for Mt. Pisgah Zion
Church wliioh was (fuite a sneoesu.
Evorydody seem to enjoy themselve .
Miss Sallie Lomax spent this weeii
in our town. She was tno guest of
Mrs. W.-Ti T.e,)li-. . , '
' ■ .-\ 3 pin, .anil 8pm; elass-meet.ng at
There was an entertainment giveii am; Sund;iy-school at 2 p m '
Rev L. B Sims, Pastor
Prayer meeting \V
school at ;> )> n
the churches ^
To I ho Menu.
Fayetteville, N. C. Sept. 22ii(l
At a meeting of the Vestry of,
Joseph’s 1\ E. Church hcM Smuay
Sei»t. 22ud, the following resolu'ouE
drafted in respect to tiic incmiry of
iNfr. Isa.'ic B. Hall were unanijiou.dy
"Wlicreas it has pleased th^ Grand
Architect of the Uiiivese to aU frcir.i
labor to iv'wiu'd our ib'ur fr.ruid and
wortliy brother, Mr. Isaac B. Hall,
wl'i) fora period of nearly 20 years
)N...s a.dcvout member of this church
and u eonsislaiit idiristian, and
Wlieveas he has labor d zealously
for many years as choris^ v of the
ell'.* •eh ehoii; and as '•jupt. i Jo.s-
,, Y . i hum’.'iy ocnooi mid wis nt Hie
iubhshers ol ' U6).Bpnpe-6 ian. i tiro, of his death the f„itl.f„l seere-
under Uw, arrest, 'ly man wlio takes ; and tre.asurer of thin Vestry '
a noiyspaper and " iuses to pay for ! 'rhereforo he it
it. Under tlie law it is a diviige.ms [ p , ist, That in tl.io dcaih
tnek for a man to allow his sub y.^ Jo-seph's
scnptioii account to on fiom « | (;:„„vh and tlio memhers of this-ves.
m.mtlm to a ye:u- nnp.aid, null thou | j.ave snslaincd
tell the i)ostuiiister ro inavk ‘'refused,”
or ta send the editoi- a postal card
to ‘‘discoiitidiie tlio paper.”
8o if you Wit h'o save trouble please
pay us as we are compelled to got
our Rubscriptiou book straight. Our
collector will call on you so be ready
for liiii) when he come. AVe have
just reciveil a now lot .f type an«l
other nmtmiKl propavatory to enlarg,
ing the record, so if you don’t want
to get left you had better settle up.
Yours for the race
F. G. lUAHr.v,
Mt. Zion . M. K. Ckarrh
Prcachin.g service at am;
at the residence of Mr. Jary Peak,
Wednesday for the pleasure of Misses
.Laura Hill and Hallie Lomax. The
ladies seem to have a pleaseut time,
^liss Hill says that she will surely
come to our town again.
Mr. W. 1>. Adams have been on the
list this wetjk. ' •
There will be a' grand excursion
jfvom this town tq''Wihuington 8ept.
'27th. We hope that everybody will
come, and g,i wilh us to the.,beautiful
seaslitye. .' '.
r *■ Yours
Mt. Olive A. M E Church
' Preaching service at 11:00 a. m
Sabbath School at 2; afternoon ser
vice at 3; evening service at 8:00
Wednesday evening services at 8;
Friday night prayer-meeting at 8
lieV Edward Robinson, Pastor
Central BapUM Church
Preaching service at 10.30 am; 3 ;00
ai>d7:30pm; Sunday-school at 12 m
) liev. L. T Cliristmas, Pastor
ithmezer Baptist Church
Preaching service at 11:00 a m
3 i00 p. m.i and 8 0® pm; Sabbath
School at 12:30
liev. D J Mcoro, Pastor
an irrupablo loss.
Rosolvcil, 2nd. That he laborovl
eiii-ncstly for the pronuilgntion of the
Christian religion, anl by his acts of
Christian purity, lie endeared hinseU
to all the members of St. Joseph’s
Resohed. 3rd. Tliat we will eve^
cherish his memory and never fo’t»*^t
the manly stand he took for God
Resolved. 4th. Tl*
iugs of profound «•'
■widow and family
tliat wo bow in Imn
the will of Him ivho
well, and we comme
who tempers iho wi
tions be spread u
cords, lliat a cop
for publication ai
Vestry St. Josep
F. P. IViLus
G. H. Willi,
Extra copies I Eztra
Extra copioH oftko Wil.mj.ng
ORD, coiituininK tliB gmiHl
BoukiM'T. WdKhiiigton, can lie .
l-t Mulberry ,St. Wilmington, .