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I. s:o Ki Suit- ami (Urrrnal tr M ihi Suits ami Ovrivoats tr l JJ ."mi Suits ami C)rrnaT tu 1 Jo on Suits ami Ovi-rr.iat tor l. u is no Suits ami ()niMiats !r 1 M I j on Suit- atnl ( rrnat lr 11 - I'J on Suit- ami (KnviiaN t'r " u no Suit and M ir-;itH tr 7 ."u Suits and Oymvm t- t n -'1 . t-' - ' .' . . . 'r' .. i -t a' i' M .i i '! il I ' '. I I I t ti.,.1 m --nt lor 111 - I A N si if t i . In 1 I v 1 ' ti .- aii if Mi'' ' vijloMI t li' il- ! Mi t .r -.fii.- to hl. ii I I 111' hi v, .. f -" I; i r . oi " i ' ' i f'1 IJH l II,'.'!' ll - j. Mr. - I. r.:.i it 1.1 ll li ' a - ' I ' i ' -ti,' 'l h.- I -'.i.-lil , -ii. ill! I.. t- I. I -. ; r 1 r. III ! iHnl I. ..!.- in- t li.: Ii i.tl I, on in ')' r- of arrai.i-iii.-iit.-; oi ii tt-ii'li r. 'l t Marion li t'li-r, aiid nth. 1 uf til'' COIIIUlittcl the l'ulk M jiiutii'-nt A-!do;iatio!i, for tin.- uniform (ourtcriy and k i iu! ti-.--s shown tlii.-i ( rand I.oiIjr- wliilt- j r forniiii the ct'icmonu'ri of laving thf corner-ctoiif of tin niuiiuiii-nt to b: encted to ti:' tiK-in'.-rv of mir worthy 1 1 1 - r- r i s i -s 1 - 1 fin. ii ! i M 'in. r i i Hi!-! in t. !, 1 i ! (. ! I : : i ' i . .1 i 'iii . i . in-: Hi- ;i I!,. ii' i il ; I I. i : i -i ii ' i '. in . til I , . 1 -" m : .t x t - i t - I .-1 :i 1 t ii. it 1 1 .1 S. & D- BERWAWCER. Ii.r wl.;il Mr t ri '! ! i iiia ki- 1 ll' I II. 'Mil In-!"' Mr, Kiug, Cli'ef CK-rkof tin; iitc, called to aee n.-j la.st t venin and hrutla-r I-. I.. Polk. It , A . A l ' :auca our atiention to a ticurnioiid attack upon hiniii lf by the .Jackson ville Times. i . tii i : rrv A slight rise in temperature will manifest itself today it id predicted. Only one drunk was before the Mayor yesterday. The usual do.se of "twelve, hours whs g yen him. lialeigh council No. r.rl of the K')yal Arcanum, meets on next Mon d:iy evening at o'clock in Seaton 1 Members ot the legislature are eor The Woman's Christian U nion : dially iuvittd to be present. Nice will have a regular meeting Monday mu.-ic, good talk, warm receptiot1. l ebruarv Jlth, at .:-5 ( ll il.l I i'UH 11'Mlil' M l-ft i II n. The members of the committee m "home for imbecile children" are re quested to meet at the residence "f .Mrs. .ludge Keade at the Kileih Nitional bank next Tutsday, l'b. 1', at p. m. Mks. 51 wi Smith, " State Sec'y Kings l.iuhters. V. M. . A. This afternoon at 1 o'ch.ck, Mr. T. II Brings will ejuak to the men in the oarlor of the Y. M. C. A. evening, o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. W. U. Worth. ('hrist Chuieh has beeu presented with an elegantly linished pulpit as a tuemoriiil to tho late Major K. S. Tucker, by the family. It will be occupied tomorrow for the first time. The Experiment Station has is sued a bulletin announcing that steps will be taken to form a State Dairyman's Association at New Herne, N. C, during fair week. The main object of the assix iation will be to supply our own markets with dairy products. On the nitfht of the 1 1th the 'i.U eigh Amateur Minstrels will show our people what they can do in the linwof luinstrelcy. Among Pie local favorites iu the east are Mr. I'M. Denton, Mr. Ed. Kin;,Mr. Sherwood Tpchurch, late with Harlow Brothers and a largo number of others. See that you have your tickets iu time. THE WEATHER. For North Carolina: Fair, warmer. Local forecast for Pilcigh and vicinity: Fair, Incoming slowh warmer Sunday afternoon. Local data for "1 hours. Maxi mum temperature 1 i ; minimum tem perature 10; rainfall, U.oo. l i-i-li.na r . At 4:o0 p. in. Monday, Pel). 11th, the Woman's Auxiliary of Christ Church and the Church of the Oood Shepherd will meet at the l.itt' r church where Miss 1 dson, a i -turned missionary, will address tlieni All our citizens interested in mis sionary woik are cordially invited to atend this service. Pearson's duction, will appear on Wednesday Feb. P5tl at the academy of music. The romance of Kider Haggard is well known. The book is closely followed, and, although at times it is somewhat weird, yet there is a vein of comedy interwoven through cut the whole. Mrs. Hayes of the K'ng'a Daugh ters mission, needs all the funds she can get these cold days. At. l'2:'M o'clock this morning the condition of Mr. Ed. Engelhard was past all hopes ot recovery I KKlKI'TlOV. An informal reception for our vis , iting missionary, Miss Dodson, will be held at the residence ot Mrs. Ki nip P. Battle. North Wilmington big pre- street, at ." p. in. Monday. The Indies of both congregations or (.bust and the Church of the Good Shept-rd wild ; the same and no turn all fi ieuds interested in mis.-ionary woik are invite1 to come. No! if. Is hereby given that the legisla ture will be petitioned to amend the charter of the town of Criftou, N. C, and extend its corporate limits. S. V. Laiuhinohoi ss, John Thompson, Di. D. Bryant, 4t Commissioners. ti-, ;. , i t i - I'i i ' r , - U I..I -. (..li Ir .'I !i..-. i i'l ,',!'-ii. i! M:;i! j ;t- j ..' r '. : i 1 1 a in t ! ; : 1 1 1 v u n ; . t t i I j 1 i it -! Il'-.iill"-- .tl 'l ! ' : . I I i ' -. ,'!!l'' ' ll.ll ll." l!lljll I'I ttlill'A tl.f I.l 1.1 1 1 I' l'l ut i r 1 1 1 n i - i f l i nt n-r p". .pi'- (!. .. i -i. iiii.i in:n liuii i.t ! he m;i 'iri!v . on Hi'- 1 "ejiii n-rat ir in.-m ln-r-. An I mlia ii. v a la i n u mi i n t he dark, and -finiin hi- jn.i-i.ii. i ;ii r in niir heart, i- a j.'''iit i' mtn l the -id.- .; a man sh.i v"iild -hinder hi- m-ii: h!".r. '1 he -t .at .in. -Ill thiit th" 1 I.-ni". rat met i n i-itii' ii-' a tid i nii-id. n il lr one moment t o oi-t nii t .r niim"' am i-hi I it'll I hat Would lie lielieliri.il In all) etit -. human lieing in North arolina, I de noiiiice a- an ii ti in it iirated and nienda- iou-. t'.al-f hmid. Any -taliinent in I'll it'll, i-l a.n or an u he re i-U; t h:J the I lemoerat ic minority in ihi- hou-e would con-ider tor a moment a .ro..--ition toohstriici u-eiul h-ifi-hi! ion ot any kind i:lauder. 'I tie ir.-nt leman Ironi Way in. Mr. Monroe, a- I now n--iik luh'-r. and others, aid in that ran 'us if;.;! VV' hollld vote for and help perfect the county ejferniiient hill .and other hills spoken ol. and soie !'r t hem. i I t hey were in any re-peet bet ter t han our present syteiii. and there wa- no' a dissenting oiri- to what he said in that euucu-. Kul when the editors of Tin: Cak asi . thinUlhey can ib-nce u byeracKing their whip over our heads w hen wt' oiijrht to o- pose a measure, t hey will tind them--elves very much mi-taUen. I iinili-r'-tiitiil that mo-t of the iniju-t and unkind editorials iu that paper about myself were written by ex-nnti- ' isters of l lie gospel who have abandon ed t he soiil-nav ing husiiies- for one per haps more profitable and more adapted to t heir n at ore, hut i n t he na me ol ( lod I appeal to them to carry into their new sphere that truth they tried to 'preaeb in former years. That paper says for the majority to -trangle the minority in this house. That is a brave spirit, but it is tin' spirit of a p;rate: it is the spirit of a man who would smot her y mi w bile rb binir you to kep yon from makiny an outcry. It is brave, but from such i n famous bravery our father delivered us with their blood when they fought for the freedom of speech. II is brave, but it is the bravery of an I. 1. . 1... ... .1. assa-sin. it is nrave, nut inn i ue bravery of the niretecnth century." I Miring t he deli very id the address, Mr. Turner, of Mitchell, arose to a point of order. His point ot order was that the gentleman had no right to arise to a question of personal privi lege unless lie was personally men t inned. 1 1" he wa the I lemoeract ie was assailed bv a newspaper every other lieiuocrat in the Mouse might do tie left for i r.iiisart ion ot business. 1 lie chair decided that Mr. Way could proceed. I r. Turner appealed from the de cision of the chair. The appeal was! not sustained, and Mr. Way proceeded. , Mr. Smith, of Cates, arose to a ipies tiou of personal priv ilege and spoke as j follows: I Mr. Speaker: The change made in! the article read as a part of the re marks of the gentleman from Macon j reileets upon the ollicial honor and in- ; tesjrity of every Democratic member i of this' body, aiid therefore upon my-I self individually : and if the paper in; which it is published demands an mi- ! hesitate to ; l r- !. ' I.. ill I ' t ! I 1 I Mr ..-t i .... n ri .lit. ii.! -' r-l.. railroad-: .i 1".. Teauu.'. iae- tor th XI r. I m hi de-ire- hi- 1 .'ii-t it u.-'i! - t" Know That he wn- ry act lie in in. committee in etlorl- to de!ea! the I'i -peal of the tiird law. XI r. 1'illa i- a li.'i rat, and we .n.- .'.td to thai he value- I'm- it. i-nv a- a m.-:iii- c. .n-1 1 1 u- ENDORSED i;- r : it..-.! r it i. t !.. a ' t In .1'! I i . -.--h. nil . to . oil.-, t o ar- l-' l "ll M. i. k PRINTING ANH INDINC I N a- t hrouirb w hi. h to h hi- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 'i ' -1 i. iiii.ai.i. IvUtltoll Street -H. V. .1. N. Cole, pastor. Prea hinir at 11 a. in. and 7:o" p. iu. Sunday-school nt 'J.M) a. in., W. .1 Young, superintendent. Rev. l. II . Tattle will preach at Ceiittal Methodi.-t church to m.orrow at usual ho"rs. Brooklyn M. E. Church Kev U. II. Whitaker, pastor. Preaching at Qnality and Pries of Wtrt. tl.r ..'..on ffiii Mr. N V. John - iii .!t-ai.-r in 1 ry ILm.!. I.t i . r-.x t-r Warrnitoii WmtiMi'i. N i',J.tn !V'V Xle-srs' 1'ldwar.U A r.ro .i-l.tou. Kairifli. Sort h arohua 1 )k m; St lis - 1 !!( !. iff k f.r .heir it a!, li if a most exit! U-nl jol. iin.l two dollar- an-1 till y c-i.!s i 1 ' i i lieinr than -aim- iMM.k uas bouirlit in Sew York I will 'ive ymi more woik. oiir, Irtilv. illicit ) V K. JoHNxiN ' Vull will Need Manv Thini: BOOKS and STATIONERY This New Year. it:i!i.i.- - Hi t I t- i k i. School Books, Sunday-school Books, Blank Bcoks, m V SEC THAT rsrr Zero Weather Goods. Ale! k I I 't Also folloiiiiij; from K-v. V. A lleii- 7:o) t. m. - -tsUUdav school at .5 p.m., lo -hhury. s ' : i.. . 1 ..i-i... . 1 1 .. u .... , i ... i ... i . i ..i i . Ill" llll!lll ' I'J. " ," , tirely satisfactory. X our- is t h- only I r-t- la-s house found in the ar.ihii.t- Ji hn 11. Porter, superintendent. Epworth Ch'tpi-1 - Preaching every Sunday at U a. in. Prayer meeting every Thursday night. Sunday-school at '.h.iO a. in. every Sunday. ( In i-t litn. Chi istian Church b'ev J. L Fos ter, pastor. Sunday-school 0 ' h. m. Picaehir'g at 11 a. iu. and 7:o0 p. in. itt ii. Baptis Kev. Dr. Carter, Preach ingvtt 11 a. in. ami With U-st VI ishes. iur- verv trulv. (S:ni!cd.i - . "w. a r.i-rrrs. WW M V I ' I 1 1 C I I.. VJ ,re, r. o I. I.. First pasto". Ve havf scon s and huii'lo-d of -u h vol iintarv and kind test imoiiialr a- to Ilie char acter id our work, and ttie rea-oii.th!c i hare, we make for it. We use nothing hut (.'.kxI material and employ only skilled irkinen. and heme tin n out no slop nork. If you are in need of I'riiitiii or Ihiehiij: send us your order Write to ii for - ery! I. .i'.' " uur Ian' iiii'l r vni! do ,r I- -I you. ALFKF.D UT!.I.IAM , Books.-ll rs Mtid S' t'l TO I Pa l.i.K.H, N SWEATERS ! 1 I i tr . i.f-j. RUBBER SHOES GALORE! I j . .r I'r .. - iau 1 in i :.l'ii. m Sku;da xj hooi at 'J a in. Baptist Taliei liitcit -Re v. A. M. Sims, pastor. Preaningat 11 a. tu and 7:od p. m. SunOay-si-hool ut !) a. in , N. B. Broughionr suy.i'i inien deut. ' . West Rab igh-Rev. A. D. Hntr, astor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:r m. Sunday-sctiool ii:!'.!! p. m. Pub lic cordially inv it d to attend. Fayetteville Street Baptist Rev. ). L. Sti lngfo'ld. pa-tor. Preaching it 11 a. in and 7:o." p. in. Sunday- school at !h b" p. m perintendt nt. iTenhvlerian. First Presbyterian Church Ser vices at 1 1 a. ni. am: 7:30 p m.. con- allowed to defend ducted bv the pastor, Rev. Dr part v whenever it ieds. EDWARDS & BRODGHTON, If Pill NTT US A Nil B I Mi Mils,' T'lALKHill, X. C.' BUSINESS NOTICES. , Kurtii-.il il Kimmii W oiil Parties i:i any par of t!iei;tv I'. o int f;;r. rooms it wo tls in each io'Iiii J.T. Pulleu.su- please com miuiiciile with II at 'In ottice at out tf. I ' I I ma,:; i Dii'ss liii!.ii .'"':'rz .1 1-J f l.'lll l.'.l-1. Fresh Novelties of the Season. Taking' -ti ll-- Si-.ok ! toiii-d 'tli l" and I ' .' I cii. l - i. i-Ti - XI I'll I r t ji t; III.--- Im.k. in .' on ..ie wiaii'- Ni t I. ii v a;;l i( ;.il ', til' lh- Ii t. fn-n. i w and l iial.lv. I'.oxr.loiK liiti-v. Mrs Mary J. Wilson, of lien '. r n. N ".. and mother of S. Ot'io Wii-on. ha- Dall- opened the Adain MH'ision as a l;ii'fin house on the corner ol Ivleiilon and Pi r-on streets, two squares east it tl.e I apitol I '.est house and location in the city, and I No haul, r I ' -.(! hand- I f lo . l.i : - POPULAR ( alli.ilic. (1" Church f Sacred lb-art - Suu-lax - he knows her business, and ha- had ioi.r lU.' school at 10 a. in. Mass and sermon "I"'- 'lVr,! MrvUt. -ll j at 11a. in., by Father Murray . K .i..al imii . iM i'.nI- tfi.fn lir-t III VI I 11 d. J. lit 11. lit METHODS i, . W. II- irii;i;lla, Hiuit X I u A larire nuiuher of the ladici of P.iIimjIi l...t u .,".tl...l I lniMikulv. aif . f r.-l. f-OI.-l. tt. Church of the Good Shepherd. t inn with -the younf lady repn-. utmc the Rev I McK. Pittiusr- r, D. D Hec'or. Seven Sutheiland Sist-rs" HmrMnui nml Septuagesima Sunday. Holy Co,u- Scalp ( leaner. Those who ha e not ci,;ied F . b , , . J are inv.te.1 to do SO this w.- k a- th.; voun munion at b a. in. Morning prayer hiy will remain no lomrer thun r-d'wi lay. and sermon at 11 a. m. Sunday- W. II. Kin; A Co., school at 3. .'10 p ni. Eveninar prayer DruMs, Kei -pitiir stoi k U. otix k -it!" . at li- r.i piolils. Ii.x k in; !). r . i.t. it ...ii l.f -1; - lieu. r f nii'lnii' nr. Ii i-- inniivi to b i'i t.i-i l-'in r-. r-i-lviii -ii efTorl- to U-1 -. aTi-vat'lv lo I 'l lmiicr-. w I et hi t l Ik y loi i ot i i.i Make this Point I'.Kiilnllie the k --! ''. tf.ie'i 1 ! t.'.r piaiity, f.vur tl.- pri-. All '..N are much cl -..-r and thv fu'.l l-lielit uf I he The fancy bazaar to be held by iho l'lill.- nf the eoTKrvefati'in of the ! i.i, i i t i . -ii c mo i eiiiiivoc.'il tlellial. I do Hot Quite a number of ear loads ot well ; - - - ; Uenotinee the statement, so far as 1 an. . it iii i . 1 concerneu. as a oase aim uuamous 14th inst. Many good things to eat, i !aiseluuli. with tables of fancy woik, will be j yr inieman asked the question, provided. It will be worth attend- -i iu not the Democratic minority, in emeus assembled, decide that they mg. rii.io jiothi. THE VARIiOKOl'GH. Hal to M-J; I Hirshberg, Jm E bred horses have come to town in ilia last few davs to be in Capt. Wil liamson's sale, to be held this week. At the Tabernacle Baptist church Rev. W. C. Newton, will preach this nioruiu4 At Epworth Chapel Rev. Dr. E. A. Yates will occupy the pulpit. SkatiDg will doubtless be indulged , M:Lean. C; 11 I. l ailayson, L. in by the truant youth to-day. The ' Mr and M s V' B McMeehew, heel ice was never better, and such a Sun-1 jUg t 'a; V, A Ddughton, Spar day does not often make its appear- j ta; j. j. ,uey (ijtv; c F Brown, X ance. ' Y; J J Wco l, X C; Chas J McIIenry, The entertainment to have been ' Kiohinoud Ya; M-s (Jeo Slover, New given by th ladies of St. Mary's; Berne; M Eberhardt, Atlanta (ir; Guild of the Church of the Good j ! j p D dahunty, Phil?; II D Thacher, Shepherd on Wednesday of this ! Va; p K evv Vj). T K McCullocb, week has been postponed ti1! further i Atjanta (;a; x p Caunou, C; S ana sermon cjU p. m. service i duiing the week: Wednesday 10 a ! m. Friday o p. :n. All s-rats free. All cordially in ited Haidist 1 iil.crnai Ie. 1..,. W n V.c-.. ,.f X?o. T-.,- . . . ., . fourths mile j f St t allege, will occupy me pulpit or felyjtf Address li., care ' uucasian j the Baptist labernacle this morn-rg ( or. Fayetteville and llarm-ti St-. ' n Ki j A handsome residence in the nonliva-terti I part of the city: two block ot street cars j Location most desirable. A -plendi-l oppor tunity for one all the coml Reduced Tariff Rates' l-s fni-lv it'i-ordt-i to all of our trri. Ana Hair ana 5calp titaner e w-hfdesirea atatv It 'toe witi, i it I forts of the country . 1 1. ret- I I i T 1 1 ot tue ciipiral b!iiKlii'tr. J A 0 1 1 L 11 11 DO at 11 o tl 'ck and to-night at t.,U) o'clock. At the close of the morn ing sermon a collection wilfbe takn would obstruct and delay legislation i to"r the orphanage at Thoinasvd'e. rPJIj' PFNTIiUi rlflTEli bv risimrto tiuestions of personal priv- ! niia.. t..h..ol nK at 0:1.'. m. UUlllUU LLUIUL. notice. The governor will on next Tuesday evening trive a public reception to St. Mary's, Peace Institute, the A. k M College schools and the general public which ii cordially invited. Death of Mrs. XV. K. Crawford. At the residence of her husband, on the IIilhboro road, near this city, Mrs W. K. Crawford peacefully passed away yesterday morning about 2 o'clock after a lingering ill ness. Her death was not unexpec ted and the children were present at the time. Mrs. Crawford was a most estimable lady of a quiet loving dis position. She had led the life of a Christian for about thirty years. The funeral will be conducted from the First Baptist church today at I .Jo o'clock. , , . She leaves behind a husband, who is one of the roost prominent busi ness men of the city, seven children, by name, Mr. Charles K. .Crawford, in business with his father; Mr. W. Crawford, Jr., Steward of the insane Asylum; Mr. B. E. Crawford, Stew ard fat the Park hotel; Mrs.E. P. Ed monson, of Goldsboro; Miss Love Crawford, Miss Lula Crawtord, and Miph Maie Hines Crawford. They havi the Kymathy of the entire com munity in thdr sad bereavement. ( chtreicher, N Y; BL Mornsoa, Newton Hamilton Pa; C G Snead, bv rising to tiuestions of personal priv ilege, by calling for the ayes and noes and by ether dilatory tactics and sug gest to use the same tactics on the dif ferent committees for the same pur pose? Mr. Smith asked Mr. Ilileinan fur his authority. Mr" Ilileinan replied, that he considered t he source of his infor mation reliable. He had it from good authority and if the other members of the House knew of the authority they too would accept the information as the truth : Mr. Smith continued. "I was not present in any caucus in which any such alleged action was taken, and 1 have never been informed since my return that any such course Sunday school opens at IblO, a. m. The Sheriffs of Clay snd Yhucy counties settled t heir taxes with State Treasurer Wc?rth yesterday. The oiilv .rvrtHtt that ViUIWufVtb ; Ha r iti it.ll it orint.al .yii' .. a a . t-.tlie , rf-o:y ufroir for haJ'ltx- i rtot. h.r from f atLi.jt Mkr it ftum tj.x k j :.d loin- 1 i.o Ji Serr-ti ru.tt vrlar. t I r.'ieri S. nip 1. !,. ta tbr uly lan 1ru3 ! ' ' iif I or s!ia'L.t-...f it baa u t-jual. THE LADIES 0FBALEIOH M. . . . ... A'e triii ii'.arlT rj'imtisl t tall t (I.. I be eha'rmen of tb- I'opu i at;d ; l'tuf M.rt ut Republican executive eomruittv. of 1 - the eonntien, not repres nt. 1 ,v Por - A l-J if i p ry J?. f i ulistnor Republ enns.will pli-isV KTid ' " all IvllJ X yU Tomer Harnett and Wilmintoi. Mreet-, j thn 1. . of tho e you ; v,,.! . r,.lti ,,.v mi,h , ,.,f Ihtlenrh. N. C. pointeil justices of p-ac- to till vh i,-:r . j ., j t ,,,tij'lly .i.,rr' all ; eaneies cccurriug iy expiration i reaMiri t.c tr-atiuvt,i ;f iu lit r Any and all Ijiw Hooks for ale by M. Smith, Raleigh, N. C tlcr. Kichmond Ya; W P Clement', F C; J bad been decided upon A Leazar. Citv; Charles McNamee, j "Speaking for my self aud my party Biltmore; W II Day, Veldon; J a Sinclair, A & M College. The following gentlemen register ed at the Park Hotel yesterday: W K (ireen, Cleveland, 0; A. P Corse, N Y; Eugene Ylcb, Idiana; Sprigg Iirent, Cincinatti: K M Back, Charlottesville, Ya; M Rosenthal, Citv; W V Briscoe, Balto; A J Mis- . a a i I BOv V V; A W McAlister, Greens bore; Mis II S Smith, Norwood; L W Sucliffe, N Y; G P McNeill, Stanton Ya; J B Carlyle, W F Col lege; "S I Codley, Topeka Kas; J Mc Djwell, Union City Tex; J F Dobson, V A Graham, N C; T J Ludley, N C; C Y Shea, Albany N Y; E A Kemp, Balto; (iosland Dnil, Greens boro; John Howard, X C; U E Meech aro, Atlanta; F G Clark, Atlanta; L L Johnson, Norfolk; It B Boone, Durham; R E Lumsden, City; Chas Baekerville, U of N C; S L Redman, St Louis; d C Carnnn: S C; John Wood, Nashville Tenn; F P Roberts, Balto; E.W Kerr, Ohio; Chas Bast and wife7 Anderson Ind. issociates, I state that we will not oo- struct what we conceive to be useful legislation; but we claim the right of opinion as td wtiat is, and what is not, useful legislation. The spirit of the Caucasian would stifle not only the right of freedom of speech, but also the right of opinion as well. I shall exercise my rights and en deavor to perlorm my duty to the peo ple of my State and county, regardless of the sit iders and criticism of the pa per referred to. Mr. French said that he would say to the gentlemen on the other side that, so far as obstructing the legislation of this body, his side of the house was on ly delaying their important bills to perfect them; but when they were ready, they were able to pass their measures, and they proposed to do it without any delay. K1I.I.3 ON THEIR PASSAGK.; The house then took up the folloyv ing bills and acted upon them : House bill 49, to repeal the present charter of Elizabeth City and to re eharcer the same. Mr. Pes-bles wanted the bill read. He said the law requir-in"-thebill to be read the third time had not been camplie' with. The bill passed its third readi Jg and on motion The Best $1.00 Per Day Hotel lierm. in me tate. lAK-ate.1 rikdit in the heart of the citv. one ('b'm Sub in cupitol, market, city hall, and ' D II . A e.ifiTT. j "om. op .Justices of the! aiel i "ii J. I . I. '. .. n Ire-. "luiin'i Ja;iuary the iiiiiiiin. tpoiii efli.itoi fimrifvT f;iv ruin art.t "IT".'. ... .. . . ... ;' .' . eace uuiy i o s. piares i r"in -iijiinTr, n u ni n in , , to all chU'ches. Cuis'ine old ctvle; e'ean ' ' w linen and a lieartv weh'ome t all. I'all; while in italeigh. ' I Eldr M of the leeii-UHire will pr.b at th- tb town of KD.llemu, N. C Advertising is the coupling-pm j Primitive chuch t; day. Serice at that nmtes pr-i stance and success. H o'clock. It d lit 'I mi t Appliejttiorj is bereliy made to tL : General A-aiblT of North Crolifi Lr-iice, a mernb-r ! for an amend merit to thw charter of Kandleraau, N. C- K. E. MtM.tXHALI.. .Secretary and Trt&aurer. Daniel Webster Once Said He thought the ladies of our Capi tal city would show their appre ciation of the handsome line of Lace, Edgings and Embroideries we are showing. We Bote with pleasure. The gentlemen of the I Oik City show their shrewd insight ' 0 in business, and that they are COtnpe- ! We sell everythimr men wear. We want to trade "our warw for your money, and ive you lioiieat vabii let u tell yon ta In tent of judging both texture and we are '",- We are offering every garment in our houte wiUiout reservation t ' f , T 1 ? I . 1 " MOW IS THE TIME!' A-GET YOUR MONEY S WORTH STORE OUR S IS FIRST OF ALL. value in Men and Boy's Clothing, j Overcoats, etc. v e note by.our largely increased sales since our reduced prices. We take pleasure in an- nouncing that we shall continue our j closing sile in all heavy Woolen Un- j der Suits for ladies, men and chil- 33 1-3 IP-EIR CZEHnTT off I 33-13 PER CENT OFF. Man or boy. you need an OVKIICOAT all rijrht. Every Overcoat we have is" marked down bovi of -45 years to men of 4-- inpll 1'HoQt TuL'0 i. at mlr kiiiipli trwkr .f l'l..L-a I41u.!r t-'r,..- drtn,and that all II avy weight Dress ! lish. Diagonal Worsteii Suits. The mot-t natifacujry wearing fabric ffoods Pi ce Good Flannels Blank- '11 tne world. Sacks, single or double-orea-ted. CuUwa. I'rinoe - A' -u. U0O173' rianneis, D.ank , Albertor Regenti taat for tl,.Wf tJ,, aIl1 ci,o, vuina as wen aa iauies n raps, . fo.oo, now go at Men's Overcoats, etc., will be in- eluded in the sale, ONE-THIRD OFF- We will also continue our special j Elpgant Rarment8Jthe prt,lucl of the worl1, mort f4moU!t prices in Carpets, RugS, etc. 2o0 : manufactnreisj, in Cassiuieres, Cheviots, Tweeda, Homespuns and ' i . - a- . . a v a m M 7 s. a pieces cev atraw flatting in all ot ,,u"lcJ3l 66 2-3 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. These goods must go to make room for our spring stock. the new de&iens. iust received Don't forget our Shoes. We have j an endless variety in all styles known to the trade and at smile producing j prices. Respectfully, D. T. SWINDELL, jub frayetteyille St. We haye j'Ht reuei ve-1 a lare invoice of eief : ITECETW-EAB, Ma-le up in V and of ittem to pleate tb ruoat faati!i ous. f'iri.r.ce .' cenn old every here in tLe oty for .Z ifuti. e bu'ight ttiem (heap and profua to give you the broetit Hermjelorf Sfjck. black cotton 25 oenu. irue, el- it would L cent. ftvugbt a 1st at a A ohort wor t about I'nderwear Come and rrt what jom want in winter irnderaetr, and pay just Half f'noe for Uwu, uiarkeil in plain figures. ROSENTHAL CLOTHING CO., 305 FA YET i EYILLE STIihET OPIOSITt POSTOFFlCF. ' ni, '