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ItALKIOH, SOUTH CAROLINA. Tufaj, March 5tb ISW. 'i:oim,i:.- ( om i . A l Hon. S. ('. Weil, of W'ilmif.jjto, , : ia in town. i I'r-n. (ieo. T. Winston - f th I'niverhity is in town. I'ofit Master HtidW jd confin-d b hia room with MckneHii. Mr. .Jarn! Adderton. a brother-it -l;iw of Speaker Wal.-'-r, id in town. l'reg. Chan. I. Melver, ot th. Greensboro Normal School is in town. Solicitor K. W. I tl, of .Iiihti.-oii county, arrived in the city yesterday. Mr. S. V. Scott, a well known REYNOLDS IN REIDSVILLE. Hunda; Vhool Talk Uy I'lon.lM.l tt ra. .Mlli.K. to II.M In kaUlglt. ('fir of The' a'i'aj-'.ar; J kii-". n. I. k, N. ' ".. Marr-h . Thi M,k- here Sunday j m. to a r.,w.l fJ HU'h.f!.- in lhe lUptt-t buret, and ma f.,il wed r Mr. y. ; iJrouLti.n, of lUU ih. The firt i-pok- on "The S'jri.jh S !;'..) ns it i' t day; i' stupor fiXUff to Lurch Xnd Stale Thf ! n the ' I n reached Ma-- ho Hl h them." f . i in Tin- v-Miltj Mr. IN !,.!. i- : l" --. d about r.- thu&tol 11 tin- .VJ.-thi di,-t hnr.-h ; .-lu-.-h the att litiou on "I tnprove ' mcnts I have hm-h m Sunday si-ho'O-; from 'a!ifornia to Maine."" If these, rnetiri's here are take- as an earnest of the meetings --t foi j theM entiemcn m t Is t o w n - and -i I ie in North Carolina, their tour wtl! caus- Holding to (he Gash. Ve I:. v. ,5 ' . ... I r I r ; 1 .! , , , ' 1 J t.- - Vt a it tf. int.-. ' i i ' . . . , NOW iS I HtL 3 ! IT $7 rr ALL a ;i:t vet rw::uL ; s vtr.TH store '.V. r I au !., pit- i iff r a ' ! i r . rn J r ! if,.: we! M 33 13 33 1-3 PEH CENT OFF. r.i ; ill;;' . a If irt t- beau ovation to theiu anl the merchant of Sandfonl, ia in the city, i thV o nohly represent. Snuilar I t.ir-l 'r fri!- Ai.-.r, . ! i r i j; i n t ? . It ! t,m',,..j ....!) 1... I . I 1 uvu. iiurueii. me wen i, i i.i. in li on th IU.lt. I rn. .1 llili; 1 lliln;( SrllK I r Kit. On Sunday last the ahove nam ! lady packed away verv unei ot-otedi y known Durham horseman, ia in city. Mr. I). W. Allen, one of Korest- 1 1 . . j l inc d (oominruL uiihuieaa men id m ; hhe was t h widow of perhaps, th town. 1 most ditin;ui-hed man th- Stat (ov. ('arr wad s-nnieientlv unwell i as to cau.Mf him not to be' at hia ollie ' yesterday. I'rof. Holmes f th M-iogieal nurvcy paid the ollice a plea.iunt : ladt night. Senator Wicker, of Chatham com;-; ty, who litis been very hick for some -jime was lit his .seat yeateiday. A telegram wad received by I. un tenant Covernor I)ouirhton from Senator Cook say ing tliat thid fen- I Settle, Coiifrresstnan from the Fifth UeiuuQ was much better. j mimikm, i-mmiass r-.t-ni, who re sides in the West, and three married and two single daughters. Mistaken i;;iln. Mr. V. II. Wilson, a country nier ehant of Swauiiamioa, luiicomb county, who, it was aunoiinced, wa a former reddiot Ieniocrat, but went over last election to the l'opulist, and took all his wealth with him. 1 i in. ..ru,.r-tU' t in N !t;i! r- !! ;thi fs 1 rl t i 7, to ! !. l'e:i. iilaix!. i n ,i - , .lie! rent mlf to u. 1 o pr.- eiit li-lnt.-in ;it ',.fk ' of I'oltre.ni rier in 1 1 y ,.. . ..nt . p:t- l I ami tliird r ivhn -n;ite liili, t. .-t. !;ii it,.- ,hir- ol W ;irr--i,t,.(i j , p:iy Isuri.ti i-v- 1 r - i i k - M-r, - 4 V; l-.-r,-H ' J , wr.. ... . i'..'is?i. i.. . t - r 1 ONE-THIRD OFF- ;i CENTS OX THK D0L1.AU SOCKS U .N .U li', HW.1'!A K. I. !-.; 1 . has piodtwed in many jear. Ou Saturday riit,'ht Mis. Settle had euiraged in a social game of ard until 1 I ;IiO, and appeared to be n very good spirits. She retired with her daughter, Miss Flossie, at the usnal hour. About five odo-k on Sunday morning her d tiiu'ht.-r wa suilleii!y a wakent d by h-aiin-; h-i mother violently cough; s li :1m. seemed to be strangling. Mis. Flos sie sumuniod aid, but before the re turned Mrs. Settle had passed 'away. She leaves six children, Hon. Thos 1 s-:j;iI e In ; i t.-r t h- tow n -' 1 rt-.-niii x-ii ,ii f rt-oi (i l e ii i p.-fiv of I f Oil. K. I. -. .tn.i I iurl r":nl!i,.'-, 1 I loti-c t (i.'ll V t.t I Hlo lit J 1 1 ol I h" w hoi,- ! (;.. hi. s r s i r ! i M i 1! ! N f I. --. !!..n- ! . ' . :t i ; ii "i w , i , .Mr. Monti,.- oi!.r.ij it. ;m, -ft loti I ot t i..u . !, v "whi-re propt-rt I- lin.l.r ; I , t lie iilue i,l ! I,,- fiin ;( ,.j . i : t i, ': , . '. i i H - : r. o- ROSENTHAL CLOTH INC CO., i 'i i a Hit t i . .pi. Hi t I le.ii -nail in- a--e-v,-ij ';iu'"r: ;nilihe inter,--; ee or inort iMjto'H -ti.ai 1 1 n-1 1 1..- hoMi-r- ,,i -i. r luoit ;iL.'e, pro i I -. : ! I, il -ie li in' r! so :e Mot he r"'plir.-il to li-t t I.e i -aid iiioi'taf as a - I .1 -Mt,-a.hlim .' I i.' a - -, r. .n-ii,'.- r! -1 1- I - e.l il IIIOlIaiTe it t i,.- hoi-i.-r -I, all Sent -.-.-tirfit ! . lit . re.l it . Mm. ;.r. It i.p ri'.r i e-t ttt- H ol ill.- n u ! l lit! i- !,n-!..u i 'I'll i; t iTY One covict came in from Forpythe county yesterday. Much talk was heard yesterday about a bill being stolen. At a late hour last night Dr. .1. 15. Burrell was thought to be in ex tremis. The mayor taxed one lonely law breaker yesterday $7. 25 for disorder ly conduct. The probabilities are that the legislature will adjaurn one week from today. A special term of the Robeson Superior Court ha3 been ordered by the Governor. Neuse river is repot ted as being heavily swoleu and several bridges reported as in danger. There will be a moeting of th" Ladies Auxiliary in the rooms of the Y. M. C. A. this afternoon. The Isabella circle of the King's Daughters, will give a reception in 1 h- amendment wa- ado.atf-i Mf-rs Monrin- ami i rutnpl.-r, and op posed h l.n-k and 1 1 il.-u.an. Tha aine ndiiH-ni w a- lo.-t. .Mr. I.einha. h moed to amend -nh--if t ion "J, -ei t i. n i. sua- to allow eatii payer !o dedii. t the amount ot hi i ndehti-iine, from tln-taahe a!ue ot hi- personal property. flic ameiid- ' meiit was li-f n-ei! tv I.einha. h in fa vor ami Miiitli, l.iisk and N'orim-nt ; against it. 1 lie amendment wa- de feated. .Mr. Howard movd to add to Mend-r-1 v,Ui"-' 1 .I.W.Ie. M- i I ft flMMl - I 1 - II i i--.. 'io'l ! r V ; h; P1!- rinit ti-her III Ol II II I t tahied -f " :iI" J . ,n life. M r llie ln.I wa- h.-V 1!-:''':T- . Willi I 1 1 ej fear ri ! 1 oil... tl i.'-l. 1! M r. M . C . r ; In i r 1-t . !! s.,. '. . -I. I; i ont- t i atilii.' .1. ',! ot M I - Mi t I a IT ad - ii !,., i lll I'll!. i a I. fc ,t 3 V III' I . 1 I I i th- II- 1! FAT PEOPLE ii i i.. n i. f t: , t. 1 1 ! I- o S , and spent it all trying to be eieeted .-. t ion VI: "I'rovided further tliat in sheriff of Buncombo county, was ! all hiiilditiirand loan as-oeiaiion- tho-e nominated for clerk. These state- ! w ho hold shares of sto.-k shall he r- ,...M ,w.w.li..,l u ti-i.li.r -,.r,l in t h . . 1 ' 1 1 1 i fed t O li-d tin Fusion heart, and Wilson was elect ed with a whoop. News Obser ver. Wilson never ran f-r sheriff in Buncombe county. That paper is just mistaken, that's all; for it can not lie. M. Almont ;it l.oosi-. Special to the Caucasian. Newton, N. C, March li. f'dem Josey, who was convicted here last week and sentenced to the peniten tiary for eight years, as being acces sory after the fact in the murder of Brown, made an attempt to break jail last night by filing the bolts at tached to the locK. mere aro ame for taxat ion.' Mr. Howard spoke ery earne-tly in advocacy of his amendment, Mr. el- pter I l , ot m- II to t-h at i he i r ner. Th-- hi i I w a I .r-w iiios .d to tatde a i n. The mot inn to t aide Mr. i;ran -poke aj.'aiii-t . a U-t- it Would in! t rtere pa--ai,'e of -h.ld lip 1 1 .- I ape r. Mr. Mi 'lamm u-..r. u- ,,, ,t it- d it. Alter mil, h di-f i - i , , ; on ss a- rent-ss f,i lutaiiie ami . nil; was in, -ii wiin.:rawn liaiiiii.s ss ho i li I tod ii -id it. li n li ASH lit!!:i lif liNll t u .r estatiii-h trraded m Imu!- tor Hill to ilh- I'm aw n.i eouniy. tineml law- of 17'; and ls77 n to trustees ,if Wt-utwortli rt 1 1 t r . i i r ! ! u : n 1 1. t h s-titilt ie?. Bet:o!.d, that th. It. ill II i.i . a: - du- and "e t dei l to John Mf 1 1 , ..f r .!' t-i bud .ui!t. ;--!-t.nt ch-f k '! til! - 11 "Is." S .hit ill the lull.oli.lt I and prep fa? t. in t h v i rd ot till- ...... i , I i. .1 Htr.il f.i! 1 i . th. .1.1 "11 " ...v --- - - - - iltelll!'. I - I' the l.tiiu'ie a I I'M ' i ue, has eiutbh.J the 1II1!U dlatel V rt-eei talll h slaliii-h trraded 4 pa--ed st i ond and third reatl ,ti in-oriiorat e t he town of Ih-rrv- of any bill, or repolution dT- r- d it this House. Without turh a r-C-rd it would b- alii.o-f ,,n itoop? eibility to trace eittier bilU or r -solutions. This C IJlJ !ll.' :.t to the l'"l ulirt asaititatlt i h I h, Mr. McDiiflf W-r a deserved one. l!i? calendar oniM natt-d b himself, is a gr a' lai-or saver, and had proven of iiic.i'i ttat.h value to the inembejs of the II use r i:k i: t m l i n. t. t. m, HER WOOD METHOD WIN yyAM i i3 a c A T i: D 0 1 1 h V , ! u. . 1. 1 1 . a t CIXED r I nut Drinnr IGURES andLUM nibCO Combined With Big Values. Bring ihe Business .'. to . i n relat t son thought the maehiner a.-t pro id- ; af ademj i"1 10 "riisiees 01 H,-ntw..rtli ed for all tliat the gent U-man from : Ai-ttol K.lir-comhe wanted. j s.ri d otl '.' P'" I'"ua" b'o-ers, eX- Mr. Met lammv offered a suhst it ute ! 1 -JIM;, til. " :i1m' for the amendment. "Crowded t hat i and M i nf pr-'te.-t hsh in I'da-k Kiser huildini; and loan associations shall ! Iu-J, to i r' ' " amps.,i unty : ..nt hfc. i..v,.(t hut ii,,rsoiiw iioiiiifiiv wiiii-L ! lsv'i in I-. repeal chapter :'.0, laws ot not be taxed nut persons hominy: stock shares list t he same and shall m,t he al lowed) an oilset to any deht due hy lliein." liotli the substitute and the amend ment were voted down. Sections p, i:t, 1 1, 15 were adopted without amend ment. Mr. ( runicl moved to amend section Jn, suh-diviskiii f hy striking out in linei;) all aftei the word "value" to and including the word "debtor.'' I'he words to he striken out are: "Th mue teen prisoners confined in jail at this! party may deduct from the amount of time and but for the'nielv warning his credits owing to him the amount of t v.V. M'o t-Mi Kin - ior, .-able debts owUig by him as V a. - v. I - " - aaaaa ' I rTTV Taaafc 1 3 m nong ri v THK Imm To li( .i'gard to li-hing in :iOUS OF sIKKV ANI Kii,I'i I'ilr Sii..i.lliirt. i? guaranteed to cure 1'ib-s and Co! -stipatiou, or money refunded. .' c'nts per box- S nd two stamps f..r circular and Fie- Sample u, M.l TIN Hi' BY, Hegi-'.i.d I'hMinacist, Lancaster, I'a. N l.'-t i.s An aWKKKIi For sal- l,y all f;-st clas druggists everywhere, and in Hal- ''"I'l"'1"-; eigh, N. (.'., bv J. I Johnson, J. H. Bobbitt and W. H. King 'o. S,"KK--' feb 22 Iv. III c' ' . a s ! : . . 1 1 ;(-. i ! lJ- ' - I !.. t-rt .. i r s in .. -. lie I r;i'lf a! ' ? t!.r j r .. - h-a: !.t i ! 4 1 4m TV Y UMBRELLAS! Now for Easter Dresses. Stokes je,,11M' eertani physicians in hv addir Surry county. Amended fans nfU "provided t hat said iliy i- theSCite I'leir examination tn-iore Mr. rfit beard.-' this laVin"' belieed the passage of youn" M ' be an injury to the hill oS" Ibemselves; he opposed the motion oi .nr. i.ee me mil was j mil p.. .1 ir t !: j Sid- l.ave ! I e'.e.Mlit ! . .ie of t r.ia !i .! I 1 ll! i.lir of t!..- 1- -I market. BUSINESS NOTICES. i night. Oulv routine business was trans acted in the meeting of the Board of County Commissioners yesterday af ternoon. The cotton market was some what stronger yesterday, and the re ceipts for the day were upward of 50 bales. The Sheriff of Edgecombe couuty paid $10,000 in to the hands State Treasurer "Worth, in full of that county's taxes. Kev. A. D. Hunter, the Pastor of the -Ith Baptist church, has decided to continue the revival he ha3 on hand indefinitely. Yesterday the county com mis Bioners elected Mr. Wayiaud Dowd s a cotton weigher and elected Mr Walton Pair to succeed Mr. llufus iStevecson. (nite a number of ladies were in the galleries of the Senate last night. The night sessions are far more pop ular with the fair sex than the regular hours. The regular monthly meeting of the United Urdu- of the King's Daughters will be held on Tuesday afternoon, March oth, at the Mis sion rooms at o::0 o'clock. Died Lite Saturday afternoon, the i ii fa 1 1 1 child of Mr. and Mrs:. Maxwell Gorman, of memnetis. The father who wa in jail was per mi'.tei t) atteul tlu funaral of h"s babe. Governor Carr has offered a reward of if 100 fr the capture of Ben Prodie, a colontl man who killed his wife in Frnnklin county. He has lied and his whereabouts are unknown. to the scene, there would have been quite an exodus of prisoners. Commencement Marshals The following are the Marshals elected by the Literary Societies of Wake Forest College for the com mencement next June: Euzelian W IL Carter, J. Y. Mangum and W. T. Carstarphen. Philomathesiau J. W. Carlton, C Watkins and J. Bird Dowd. Messrs. I. M. Meekins and New ton have been eieeted to represent the societies at the Collegiate con test, which occurs in Moreheud next June. THE WEATHER, The Condition and the Forecasts. For North Carolina: showers, fol lowed by fair, colder with moderate "cold wave." Local forecast for Kaleigh and vicinity: Bain tonight, flurry of snow Tuesday morning, followed by clearing, much colder. Local data for 21 hours Max imum temperature 51; minimum temperature o7; rainfall trace. The Co. -anti Hook Trust Hilt. This measure, which has rttiected so much credit on the able young representative from Pitt, whose name it bears and which passed the House by a vote of t(J to Fl, has been made a special order for this morning. Peojile W ith Horizontal Heads i 11.0 iiui.iuii. aiiei much discussion, was lost by a vote of -'51 to 4b Mr. Hileman moved to add to section 1S, paragraph 5, line 24. "All foreign Jhiilding and Loan associations doing business in this State shall hy their secretaries or treasurers' list fur tax ation its stock held hy citizens of this State in the county, city or town where the ow ners of said slock reside. That in listing said stock for taxation" the withdrawal value as fixed hv the by-laws of each company shall he furn ished the list-taker and the stock shall he valued lor taxation as other mon eyed investments of citizens of this State. That any associat ion or officer of said association doing business in t his State, who shall refuse to so list rhares of stock owned by citi zens of this State for' taxa tion, shall he barred from doing busi ness in the State and any local olliceror person who shall collect iin,. assessments, premiums, tines or inter-! est from any citizens of this State! for any such association, which has j failed or refused to list for taxation ! the stock held hy citizens of this State i shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and' siioject to a line or imprisonment hotn at the discretion of the c. 1 It'll -I oT .'II. T.ix-., l.,.ll 1 ! 1 I. . ...... .,, vo .-..oj rn.lll l pain IV the association listing said stuck.' The motion prevailed. Section :o was amended hy Hrvan of Chatham so that line 1 shall read, " The hoard of county commissioners shall cause t lie register of deeds make out two copies of tax lisK each town-ship, as revised by him cording to a form to lie adopted." An amusing nolitiea discii--i.m i tabled. a ! PASSErJfr,', Ala -oeox i mm ' 1 .1 I ' I 1 AND Till HP KKAI- Itoar.l I n u liou--.e. Mrs. Mary J. Wilson, of H.-nhrson. N. C, and mother of S. Otao Wilson. hi 0-ened the Adams Mansion as a tHiardin house on the corner of fdcntoii and I'ersou streets, two sonares east of the Cnpilof. liest bouse and location in ft ' and i 'ri lri 1 ) " DRESS, SHOES FOR RESSY PEOPLE totM0' Kvht ..-.!- at r;,-'it jr..t I ..! warrant of f i ii -..in -I . ! . u or n. j . -i the work for u-. lixaiiiiiie telit. V ' o-;r h k to voi.r l.e.irt I.Vl.S. 410, fnr the relief of .Tno. Y. Thomp son, receiver. Act to amend t2, laws of is:t2, relat ing to stock law of iJoheson county. 'Si, to restore iimuev ai(l to State board of education certain grants to j which the board of education could not i make title. j kwaut's i.m, ian mi. I.' ! l-'--i to amend chanter -1 1 hiu-o.f vn ! rjlatingto Kastern Hand of Cherokee! Indians. Mr. Kwart advocated the pas sageofthe bill. Mr. Campbell said hehad been written to to stop the passage of j tins bill, and he l,oped the House would i vote it down. Mr. King hoped that! this hill would I1(.t pass. White men I and not Indians wanted this hill The Indians are opposed to the hill. Mr ! I.ee says Mr. Smat hers who introduc ed the hill is an honest man. and is ! the attorney for the Indians Mr i said this bill ratified manv contracts! made by the Indians about which we I knew nothing, contracts for timber! and for land. Mr. Kwart called for the I previous question. Mr. Campbell .b 'minded the ayes and i s. 'i ilf. i.n, j passed second reading, aves 1 1 noes 1. -Mr. anmht ll ,-.ih..i , :ri.i,,1e fact that. h,s hand fio ?' had requested that the bill of Mr sihathers do not pas,. Alu.r discuss.on tne third reading was ob jected to and the bill went oer Substitute ordering the Treasurer to pay. to hobert . Burton and S ; l.yan the sum of !n;us .-aeli. for their services as attorneys jn ,(,e ,.a ,)f thp ,, . -?',"- " iimington and W I'uilroatl Companv. i i pitrmi iuib c. LARGE STOCK RUBBER .SHOES GALORE 1 : M. I - ! , ; VI - at, I ii LOW PRICES exjienence. -litl -l-J.'.'.a . u.i. Terms all right. Call. Car Sale. A handsome residence in the nort hen-tern part of the city; two blocks ot street -ar. Location most desirable. A ?.leti.iid o j-.. . tuiiity for one who desires a cilv home wuli all the crinifort.s of the cmiitrv. Three fourths mile ol trie capital hiiildii'i.'. felyJtf Address H., care aa- a-ian. Any and all I,aw ILjoka fur sale iv M M Smith, Haleih, N. C Salesmen Wanted to sell Pennsylvania growing Nurs-rv so U which is TiiK I'.kst in thk v ,,hii.. All n.-w si kcim tiks as well as the stand od v ,r,. t . - f l.'i.i-n- .... I ... . . ,.. u .iii.i 'HH.MU .) ;.r lo-; . exjierieiice niies-arv. .salarv and travel;:, i 1 ;. Oil Lit THE CENTRAL orner l!;ivtt and I:.-..-. .. V c. The Best 51.00 Per Day Hotel III the Stale. f AU- r .'h! hi l. e t.e.irt f the. .ty. ol . s'CjM.r,. roiii .al'itol. li.alkM. ily h;j' MI, only tw.. s.,-, .,r,. from ..t.,:!..- ,'iP,M , o an c;n;r'.. s '..si., oi l t y ie hni-ti. and a hi a-tv weJ..,n- .. 'a; w bile in K.i.e;. !( " h. I ut H .1 I..wri ! i i .. : r r... ENDORSED Mj;. Printiwc BINDING rAjieiise!, i;u.i; wnile lor terms. st;it i.-il' a,- IIoolKs, I'.KO. .V Til IMI-. M.iple AVeim Nurseries, We-l Chester. I'a. fet.n it You will Need IV or Excellent Two-Horse Farm for Rent or Lease. Within two miles ,,f l)JVid-on Ciieire good soil, near market-, eiic!.,-d pa-tur.-.' tiool hllilditii.'s; tine -hoof.-. ,Vc Veil M Sloan, I avid-on College or John K ite Charlotte. IL IIAHKINi'iKU. ' -Many Things Qoalily and Price of Wcit IN j:. .t.ti (i NO HUMBUG." to for ac- Idon M r .1 oil r.-. ... ,. .1 . prang up on amendment bv Ilrvan nf ' in u,.. i- . . l" reUr "'is bill i . . i . . , ' . " ' "c ii u. i ii ce The Governor has granted a rep rieve to Billy McDar.iel who was undei sentence of death in Buncombe county, for murder. The day of his execution waa March 12th. The Governor has given him a mouth's respite. Judge Starbuck could not get the lawyers to move a peg yesterday morning, go he adjourned court for of Level-headed folks have long since learned that credit is a very expen sive luxury. Stores don't grow big by accident. Our's is one of the largest in the State. If we had not given the people a fair equivolent for their money, our store would never have been so large. If buying and selling as we do. for the SPOT CASH, we could not offer you greater values in every department than the accommodating credit man, we would blush to quote you prices. We keep no books, and as a consequence have no book-keeper, no collector, no lawyer to pay, and yet our busi ness is increasing every day. 0u- customers merit the compliment as but to ue s"""" . , loot o rTf- . vinceu -' - ---'f-ps. In' lar. i.nei'.'- ot t.attis vs. wen as ourselves, and any one has tempts made to better the condition i At t a ... . . I ww i li 1 'Clmtr.-- the day. V , ".l. .i..J.:. ;;;hTwulS.v lVrf thelatest M;ner, wh,ob occnpio, Saturday wan u.u Mr. Gattia. At 8:30 o'clock Sunday evening Edith Isabella Evanj. the infant daochter of Mr. and M;s- -Tohn v . ,f b . cbona of VJ months. rvans, uieu on The funeral will take place frcm the residence this morning at 10 ,clock. Friends are invited to attend. 1 - . .-An IIM VU."--'-' - . - styles, best quality and lowest praUze Our specialties are: Dress Good,, Silks.Trimmings, etc. Laces. Edgings, Embroideries, etc. Merm-vid Silk Waist, m all colors Domestics, v nite (ijuu, .. Men's and Boy's Furnishings and natnain to strike out the word com missioners and insert the words "iheritf or tax collector." Mr. Johnson of Sampson moved to amend by adding that the sheriff or tax collector shall let out the county printing to the lowest bidder. 'Die sec tion as amended passed. Se. tiod :1 was amended by Mr. Win borne so as to provide that no land should be sold for taxes unless the tax payer has not sufficient personal prop erty to pay the same situated in the county when the tax is due." Mr. Nelson moved to amend section il by adding a clause authorizing ad ministrators or executors of sheriff's to sign deeds, etc.. incase of the death of sheriffs in office. The amendment was adopted. The remaining sections wee passed over and adopted. The committee arose, the Speaker resumed the chair, and the chairman reported the action' ot the committee. 1 he btll, being again before the House, Mr. French moved to amend section one of the machinerv act so as to make it a misdemeanor for corporations or individuals to refuse to give the names of all persons liable to axatiou in their employment. An amendment was also offered to reduce the tax on sewing machine agents from $50 to $3U. Both amend- - 1 ommi t tee m n r..f i . explained that tl.!- Kin,y Nva' the railroad lor the attorney fees v n.-c ai-iiucimu were not ov name in the BOOKS and STATIONERY s This New Year. u d.i, .t o, lr 4'-4-U. IV.., .L-44 hi .-f'.-( 'A j'j. ,'oii V st i i s j .s S' t Jan M.-.- . : . . Pro'., !.u,jj ' lot. a:. 1 t a. .., at. I t.-aj.r tl.a'i a':.- '. i"' l-ai-!j. I- ' t :n t,ere oik i. U.-) , I 'ill , .1- t r'. I v N t. JollS'sOS mentioned this compromise act. and to be wen paid into the State treasury bv" th S!.wr.!htM,J' an1 he tare ha. Kill . 1 iiiti v. ;4 k inoit.i i- . . neys for whom the railroads had paid the money into the Mate treasurv Jt'.i.ien Miuinis liuirter oiifrl.r ...- re-referred. These o-e,,ti i - i i . ... o'...i.iiirii t! '.died to th:s mnnUi- i. rail- no nsiitii'v evi'i'Ti. i- . or the gentlemen Mr. I Jinba . t,, he same view. The motion to refer uaj lost by 3to 4i The bill then past- eu its second reading. T . .-isr.L M.11IXD AND IN OS. right to the I have no ' private receipt that cured i!ir fto give you. NO C. . 1. I KAtT Dll T 1 have act a cure for I.o-t Mjv w . 1 hood and all the ili thai jceorn- panytfu di-ea-e. And a- tin- advertin- ment co-t- money, and mv M KII INF 1 WoIITil .-uMKnilNli. I PCBCIT have nothing to nve von ribai. Qnnlr DUL n c The pro-luct -f pure North Carolina herh. I OUOKS, dldflK BOOKS. lablets, 5"i in a lioi. Jl.iiu hv mnii i.it.i I ' l. W. A IXU e carry an iriimense st. k of inany th;n. in the way ot - School Books, Sunday-schocl Ki- M '.iv . i- " I i,4 i r.i.tmir -- t,mt.r ie .t.t I'.rv ip.t . tU OLlrtn. h-CAs, f .,.. ,ti ti.r Crohn. Vour very .r.j ' '"-l ' v, a. : LTTr. postpaid If you can be cured, this will cure. Write me statimr your case, and if ll.oois enclosed! j I will send medicine and full dire tion-. an.i I will guarantee a cure. If I can do no cood, j will say so and return your money. Write to me. JAS. A. SMITH. Dkrooisr. NEWToN. X. C. And evtrj" k.ud of ! u 'Te. t. j L'-t.'!rla of u h ,l ii.'ry an i n.i. i te.t.i...,roa. a to if.- imr. :-t o! o .r .,k a . i U.r re.x.ah i.arv e x;.ak. ,r ,t We not tor. h.at maWial ati! tii..oy .:.!- -fci Ii .r,rii,4t.u, t. J Li l .rn u .X ij fcloj, K..rk If you hi- m t,.i of I'riZitjjjror U.u la. -wt u. yo..r order THIRD READ- City Government Affair. Yesterday afternoon the com :tfM n (.nmoration discussed the Kaleigh city government .qua on- A large numoer oi geuncmcu Arties vfere present Nothing con- .inaiv wmi done. The prevailing opinion is that a board of police com miasioners will be appointed. Clothimr. . ,r;. . Ttr'j l.a.lies. .Hisses Aueu a, " -7 in A I OI tue laicoi. and Chil dren's Shoes, til8 Vnrnishins.Trunks, Crock .rv Lamns. and in fact everything kept in a large Department Store. Respectfully, D. T. SWINDELL, 206 Fayetteville Street Ynts pasee. A T-esn Ution DV -1T. CM1IU -Mjriii hurse the Uouse sub-rcommittee on ed ucation for expenses in visiting Chapel Hill and the State formal school at Greensboro, amounting to 75, was referred to the finance com mittee. .... The House then took a recess till 7:30 o'clock p. m. iglt Session. Mr Williams made a favorable re nort on bill 166, to amend the charter of the city of Newbern; calender. Bill to repeal chapter ou, iwai lS66-'67; passed second and third read- a,..n.irJrea.,i,nrSwi,l,:;;;,,n',,:-i;;- io allow emmissionersof New II,,,' oven fo iuli n. . i. -o-ew liail- r uiu court house sn,i Io t ; enate; 471, to prevent fishin- wit "Uti lar rivers. Mr Cov s..,ir substitute which he said u- promise between all parties i ntereste f lor the relief of Abram V. ("ok of New Hanover- r . UK Jl irustees Agenft.$75 a wek BsclMir terrilmef. Tat afMtWVaW. WutnuliM ia (or a faauij ia m auaita riumm aa4 drVw taa vitawt vrttuc Um aaad. Tm aaah Ut bctioa, ta uihIm la nat. Bnckt. paii.aa firT aa4 tlnrf vina. . . 1M s(n ukiMUMmiiIkiui daraM. arraala. Ciraunh. I M- , A nte to us for every: uva yo want ir, ul" nu eiii ,iu our : you. --t to pi.fcse W. P. HASKISON Ji CO, Oara Ba, u. CWaaaaa, Jan 6-1 rn ALFKEI) WILLIAMS CO.. Bookss!!er- and Station-rs, llAI.KI'.H, N. C EDWARDS & BRODGHTON, J'UINTM AMI HlKlirtS KAI.KIf.II. N. ;. riiiid r i i' ii i'akiire.v - iianutr IO emn.oi-..- and mnrtfr.i.... . h ? s 1 ,nore aecuratelv de scribe premises to be old- , . , mental to act to restore tle raVe PfPje" avt to restore siv tk - r ,iall nor afTnt ...... , ""erest i a uses oi "EE! zl m MORE BALD HEADS ' Sifutely freee of'lw t f UFET,"E: GRAND PM.UM GIFTS I absolutely tree ot charge. An eletnt watch and chain given amy au j little. f . F I - rvv li fir i 'nii'in Wi'.t'h ti, I ' h tin Old papers for sale, 23 cents per hundred, at this office. 1-H6 to regulate manufacture and ale of liquors in Cherokee county; taxes liquor 30 cents a gallon to sup port public senoois in vneroivee. The bill was opposed by who caneu a moti annou would list c lminet The till Ti or su.4 .vs hatt- arisine passedr-! j.4.r; I","?- The bill lie lawso;' Vf.f11!' l, pub- WfJ1 "d loan Z JX l !! up and during it considefV on to .djourn-was madi it was need that a Republican iately after I"1 ivev I i LOOK ON -vl Ltaldness ;nr4li!, Iorritner'a t xrel.ior Hair l..n.r witively pro-iu. a luxuriant growth "a.i uu iiie oaioest lie.j raii. ;.v t t a Iiatclies acar.tv ,.r.rt;..- -.-.- ". l'l"""'n lTfl. eyebrow, an-J Vy-W',-, ! J . 'nculT , nair tons onnal color. AL.v,iutelv fortA 1 "t.31tll I ti.. j Many a-ntiful umn !.. it, th ,erv iv...r i.r. M'hem l.re to v.u t. .hi are -:.i. 4i t.rm;u.r. Vhr m i hi- yt u.-k " We . ' I " , v.i;;r can 1- U t.il.-uti n-J Luur tum-U 4iW ' VU oiiuiiiewi. T ,,,, - tnm., .4 M ''t I'ark Vurinal St,, ,..,...rul .. . j -i.i wwr reTrt it. Ihev adl,ukea iz.ew women tJf you and wfi aiwr.n ti.lt iure a.l th-- i.T'.t:e forma of IritMmr ; weanne e,. No i.trr..f eT. Nud.tor' f nam. ration. A r-.Tix r. (tki. Ia.i,ttL tj .r nh.U-n a? u- i:jy -nt;r-!y -url by Obe 'e 4-4- -. . : . . . -. J '"I far tavkajf ltotttai, Xaka. v xt laceaiany are. 1 i-r U.tr: ; N. C. Lrjrrinier A- iv. o- v" . , . " - m V. This Picture and on This Street, Baltimore, Md. .Sold hv i'aca CDCnill linTIPCI In order to u-.tr,.,,.- t.-.:. ,.-..J ki4M" '" "JL- Of UUIHL MU 1 lUt Z Hair Forcer in "iiV. 1 'Z T"T. A.r' "J' ll.V? ioT .. one of our Stem - -ori l i. IiaiU etiurciT I no r.f 1 1, r.. SfOTICC ! . I wajrr every man asd woaaa Is lb TattaJ stages lcLeretird :d i vctB ajad Wkjaty U3rea U. U. Wotlkf, AUaaxa. Ciav indie i and v The Weather. v M"ei,4- leather North Carolina: Fair northwest winds For Ladies and Gents DFuvwurn condition being that each pun. baser must promise to eive the Kn e.o,iron!y; FOR xoelsior ttr.Nol THE WTUftED nair rorceraiair trial, and mention it to their friend lottery ! hvery purchaser tets a watch ami th.,. only. It is a handsome and jrenerous pitt, but if you once use our Hair Kwr. tlie result ' Any ra tu n. jui w iii pay us. ua receipt oi i.w eiii senu you one nottieor the Kxrt-lsior Hair Kon-r 2lrr?""2-. r and with each iKittle we enclose the watch and hii for in.il,in.. : i-... ... ! F nuu SIX live waH.i:n aiiu tuaiiu. auuic9 Ui-nu-y j , N. C. LORRIMER & CO., 107 X JPaca Street, Baltimore, MJ. To get the watch and chain you must cut out this advWi,it and send it with your order. feb 2 3m dlw Old rtapera for sale. 26 cents per i, .. n .1 t .- r . vuuuw,u Inl VA Lt AsIA Ji 77F l I, v i i 1 1 rj yc -v