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Cfl 1 .-, O oDI.V. us wn'ed 'rr ' Pckkr t '.yi, ' 'h boo of the r '01 r. gn'flc t pnoto z- lby inches. In i i l ew Wdli c. mr. or d-'ctiptlo' s by Knwrd !) I) -mi .11 H ' oneK - 'i Gl.1dn. D n, Ha- Lit D, Hon W- C twe-tt -nt d wrl'erii. :. efi or-; la eer vie, 'I'-e hs n any of tnem, h .tind And o- er in t pe'ple who ne'er fKe r J: v eenti ot " X e'r cu fl a wa '! y: h ..p e view ( ''o' f fl-'d: ot. ' " h dv re 1 1- earn ; L Sc KIRKOAH'fK, a.o, S ir Pub i-hers. If Ycu Are in Need OK PrintingEBinding -mVr we have the largest 1 i "-tabl'shment In our ' ia this State. ' ttire LEDGKR3, DAY HNALS, CASH BOOKS, ' and BTj-l-desL-ed. 1'J.ANK FORMS are not tr'hl nrd or reliability of ' -'.rp wed in low price, ir orderg if yoa want Print- lit, 4 BROUGHTON, Hale'a-fc.N. C OR COMMISSION ' . , 1'ntent Chemical Ink. ; 1 . " " , I'be in .t it!fu' and ' "f fh Miie Erabfts tuk :': K'' "-co d Works !Ue ;," , .' V i,t,rcui profit Agenta J';---v '.' "r, w'elt We also want a ",, l"ecbarof 'erritory, u "V- ' . Hfi Ararettai.ee v.. . . ' t'te for tern,! aid TM3.HH3E ERASER Mr6 CO. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. REPORT OF THK PltOrFFDINCS OF THE EU. Uril DAY. A Reflation to Appropriate $500 for Iuaasr. rerem..u. Cua Vry Heird aud Length l)e baielutlie H..ue. Thcrsdat, Jan. 12 Tho senate waa called to oider by Presidtnt KiDg at 11 o clock a. m, and wa optned with prayer by HeT 0. W. Newell, the tena tor trom FraLklin c.-unty. The journal ol jesttrday was read and approttd. The Citmmunication from the governor recommending an appropriation for ncedtd impruvtmenta at the gvfrnTV manaioa was rtftrrtd to the committtt on public buildings and ground. The rep rt of th special committee on the g Trinor' inauguration whs rtcemd. Tbia rtrcommtndea that $500 bf appro priated to dclray the ep-Ma of the ia auuration. O.i motion the rules were tusp-ndtd and Mr. B .tt'e intr.-dured a rts'.lution spp'opnating 5500 f.-r frajioK the tx pecaes of the luaujjuration. This w. bjt-cttd to, ote u.tiuitr saini it i.h.,11 d re tef rrtd to the committee on fin Mr. M DjWtrll'a ItrSolutlOO DltiV dn.v th.t all bills carrying appropruni ms be refer reu iu me committee on Finance hivin been pse' yesterday. Mr M. .rton sai!! tbat the SDUrooriatlon wxa nrui.nt ur.rl he hoped ttiat the obj ctiun would b--wuhdrawn. Mr. Jo es th .uht that, a it bus erer been the cui uia ot the legis latute to appropriate this amount the r.bo u un thuld Dvt-d w,r iernce to a committee. Mr. M. D .well aid that bis rebolution passed b? the senate yeaUrday wag regard, d as to. sweeping and he would not o ject t its m amcauon. lne president ruled tbu. as the resolution ol Mr. MtD-wtll was unsigned and therefore not iu fotce. ii did not apply in this case The resoiu lion tnn passed its third reading Mr Laiherwool introduced a bill au tborizing the county commi.-sionsrs of Uendtrson cou utv t,j iesue bunds in order to pay an indebtedness of about SlOO, OnO, which had been incurred several years ago by subscription for the build ing oi a railroad in that county. Mr Parrott, a bill to renew and con tinue in force chapter 74 of the lawa of 1891. relative to the bank of Smston. banks and CuTency. Mr. Olive, a bill amendiog section 717. chapter 17 of the Code, providiug for the payment of justices of the peace for cer tain services. P. isitions aud Gnev auces. This bill k vide that j ibices of the peace shall be allowea Si 00 a day and mileage far attendance at the aunul June meeting, and they shall ke?p a nc rd of their meetings. Mr. Cooper, a bill to give justices of the peace jurisdiction over tha ollense ot uudty tj animals. Piopjsitijns and (JiievanctS Mr. Parrott, a b 11 to amend the reve nue law. Finance. Tnis bill providef. that in addition to the u-ul blanks 'urnished list takers each list-taker shall be furnished a steDCil Words listed" and thu date of sirue. The list tak. r shall so stamp every note, b nd or otur eid-cce of debt by whatever name known aa it ia pr.8euted to him by thr legal owner thereof or by his legal it pre sen'ative and tbe same when 6tamoed i nk t.-i . -nan oe usica accoraing to Us true niirket Talue All persons having auy evioeuces of debt if whatever kiLd known on dtpsit as collateral now or beteafttr shall be r qu red to secure from the holder of std cl a eral a ct rtitkat. tv-Hiing am .uut, date aud uacneof Jeo.t r f 'll bondi, note, er taer evidences of credit and shall prtseut the same to the bst-taktr to be stampeJ, va.ud arjd listed a) all otbtr solvent credits above nsmtd. Upod failure to present in c m pliance wnn the atxivt tc:ion any note, bond or other evidence of iudeb eduess the interest due or to accrue on iid pipers shall be forfeited to the debt r wDomay in any action br ugot f r pay meut of said interest plead this statute in bar of rec vcry and the absence of said stencil mark shall be prim facie evidence that said noie. boua. or uiner -videnco of debt was not piesented auil lisud m compliance with the provision of this act. and any or all per.-on own log or holding such note, bond or otutr evidenee aud failing to preseut tbe sun? lor .istiog s aloresaid suall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be ti-ed not exceeding fifty dollars or tm orisooed no; exceeding thirty diys PiO videJ, tbat each and every list taker is hereby authorized to subtiact from the am lUut of credits tbe amount of ktr-ii iLdebtness of the lister Mr. Mitchell a resolution rrquestirg the farmers of the state not to inc. east the cotton acreage. By Mr. Saerrul, a resolution t print all bills introduced in reftrer.ee t the issue of currency by state banks. Binas nd (Jurreccy Mr. Blalock wai granted icd' finite .eave of absence on account of sickness. Mr. James was granted leave of ab aence until Monday next. Mr. Saodifer was granted indefinite leave of absence on account of sickness. Mr. Mitchell was granted leave of ab sence until Tuesday. Mr. Little was granted leave of ab sence U-itil Tuesday Tbe bill to incorporate the town of Ciaremont, Cataba county, was taken up and passed its third reaoin' The bill ametidiDg the charter of the ll aooke, Not folk and Jiiltim re b earn boat Company was taken up and passed its second and third readitgs. Ou mo tion of Mr. D ty it was sent to the house without engrossment. The bill lo authorize the iue of an attachment where actual service ot a warrant cannot be mtde upon the defen dant was taken from the calendar and parsed its second and third readings. The b'll amendii g section 50'J of the laws of North Carolina was taken up for its second readiog, but it failed to pa-t The bill to amend chapter 102 ot the acts of 1691 as taken up; on motion, the bill was tabled. Tbe bill to amend section 30, chapter 1 of the code was taken up, but, on mo ion, was laid upon thetaole. Mr. Lr tber wood's bill authorizing 'he count commissioners of Henderson roumy to"ius bonds to the amount of $K0. 000 parsed its second reading. The bill to change the line, between Miicbe.l and Catawba couuties parsed its second reading. Mr. Patterson's resolution to appoint a joint committee on the governor's man aion came up and was on his motion, laid on the table. Mr. Olive's resolution appointing a special committee to conaider the im provemenls at the governor's minsion came up for consideration. Mr. Ajcock objected to the mullication of commit tees; he thought that the committee on nwblic buildings ud grounds covered h; matter. After tome difcussin tbe resolution was referred t- committee on public building and grounds. Mr. Mitchell's resolution requesting the farmers of the state not to increase the cotton acreage was then taken up. Mr. McDwell flared an amendment that :be farmers i Mccklenber be ex empted from the provisions of the meas ure. Mr Mi cbell explained the resoiu tion, ssying that it was simply to place the body on record as favoring the con tinued reduction of the cotton acreage Mr. Morton said if this was a burf auof agriculture the reso'utioo would be em inently proper. Mr Ayock said the body had for several days been engaged in pa-sing resolutions instiucting our mtmbeis in congress as to how they shall vote and he thought the farmers of tbe 6tate could be instructed in the same way. Mr. Divis said that the people are the soverigns; legislators are the servants and cannot dictate to the sov reigns. Mr. Mi'chell said this was not a dictate but a request. Oj motion, the resolution was reierred to the committee oa agriculture Mr Battle rmved tbat tta rote bj hich Mr. McDowell's resolution in re yard to appropriation bills wa passed be reconsidered Tbe resolution aa placed up n the calendar. Oa m tion the bill for the better se curity ef county fuis was taken up. The committee on Finance reputed a substi ute limiting the provisions to B aden c u ty. The substitute passed its second and thl d readings Tbe resolution to print all bills intro duced relative to tbe issue of currency bv slate b iuks was, on m..tijn, taken up and adopted. The bill amending section 3731 of the Code, providing that salaries of state officers shall be paid mosthly instead of q larteriy, pasted its second and third leadings. Senate bill 55 amending chaDter 114 of the laws of ls77, so as to allow WaL ingtn county to levy a special tax, pased its second read iog. The following committees were an nouiiced : Oj Counties, Cities and Town? Bla lock, chairman; Gatling. Burcb, Davis, Marsh, McD .well. R.yal. Jount Committee on E ection of Trus tees of the University Mitchell, chair man; Bittle, D ty, Morton, Patters n. Jjiut Committee on E ection of Jus ticts of the Peace- Leather wood, chair man; Cooper, M Dowell, Dy, Rjya!, Marsa, B'alock Parrott. Mr. Peitigrew asked to be relieved from service on the committee on Salaries and Feel He was relieved and Mr. McRae, cf Richmond, appointed in his place. Mr. Pett'grew was added to the mm mUtii-s on Banks and Curreicy, and Fisn and Fisheries. Adj iurned Home of Keprraentatlvea. TncitsDAT. Jan. 12 The house was called to oider this morning at half past 10 o'clock and opened with prater by tbe ll-: Mr. Hurley, of the Person Street M. E churcti of tb;s city. Tbe journal of yesterday was partially read ; aud then, on motion of Mr Ander son, the farther reading was dispensed with, and it was declaied approved. Mr Hucker pr sented a p inion from the citizens of Rutherford county pray ing for the re charttriog of the Hickory iiUiU'p turnpike rond, which was re f it. d to the committee on Roads, Turn ptkee, etc Trie reports of standing committees wee m-jde and read, but as they convey no new iaformatioa. take up much space, and will re appear in the regular progress of t.u-iuess, taey will be omitted here after ia these reports, ualeas of tpjeial sign'ticacce and value In the ri p r s of select committees. Mr. jtpruill from the J int committee to report a suitable plan for the programme for the inauguration of Governor Carr, rrporttd, recommending the sppropria ti n by the general assembly to defray the expenses of tb inauguration. Aud Mr Gilmer, of Hywo.d. off:red a resoiution to appropriate 5)00 to pay the expenses of tbe inauguration, which was plci d on the Calendar Vr B-itler. of Durham, presented are slution r q iestiog tbe state acd supe rior four! libraries to keep open their r. spective libraries at nibt to facilitate c nsultation of authorities by members if the general assembly C'l-ndar. INTRoDCCTION OF BILLS By Mr. Br ..kt, a bill to renew and co itmue io force the charter of the Bnk of Kinston. Bnksano Currency. By Mr. Watson, of Forsyth, a bill protect prisoners confiued in jail until tried by a jury. Judiciary. By the same, a bill to incorporate the Witiston, Salem and Lharlestou railroao coTpmy Iuttrnal Imdrovements. By the same, a Mil to provide a uni form rule for tbe limitation of acti -n-agaiost ra;!r. al companies for the use and oci u, a ion of lauds Ju liciary. By the same, a bill to incorporate the Houbaw and Weldear's company. Cor porations. By Mr. Grimes, a bill to pay the debt due by the estate of Dvid Uortun, de ceased By Mr. Ricoe, a bill to incorporate the town of Kelford. Corporations. By Mr AxUy, a bill to prohibit the sale of 1 qu -r within three miles of New Liberty church in Cherokee county. Propositions and Grievances. By Mr Taylor, of Granville, a bill for the protection of paupers in the work house of Graaville county. Penal Insii 'U' ions By Mr. Norton, a bill to mike drunk en' ess a misdemeanor Judicary. By Mr Carter, a bill to resto e to citi zens of Ocracoke township, Hyde, cer tain rights of jury service. Counties, Citie, etc B Mr. Hooper, a bill to repeal section "2827 of the Code, relating to the school law. E iuciti on. By Mr Williams, of Craven, a bill for tbe protectma of crops. Agriculture. B Mr Daniel, a bill io amend the puolic road laws of Sampson county R ads and Turnpikes. By Mr. Venab.e, a bill to make Jere miah B ernes a citizen of Surry county By ihe same, a bill to amend chapter 323 laws id ISal. an act to save revenue, By the same, a bill to open Mitchell river for tbe passage of fish. Bv Mr. Uatri. a bill to amend the laws concerns a bigamy. Judiciary. By the same, a bill to amend chapter 227. las of 1891. and section 1750 of the Code. By Mr Crews, a bill to prohibit the sale of liquors in certain localities in Granville countv. Bv Mr Euoanks. a bill to amend the charter of the town of Monroe. Coun ties. Towns, etc By Mr Adams, a bill in relation to the charter f the Rtleigh and Northern iod. Corporations. By Mr. Lawreuce, a bill to amend chapter 314. ans 1889, in relation to tisliingand landing seins. By Mr Eubaoks, a bill relating to the charter of the town of Waxhaw. By Mr Rueker, a bill for the relief of G. W L ng, ex sheriff and tax collector of Rutherford county. By Mr Erwio, of Cleveland, a bill to incorporate tbe tovn if Waco in Cieve land county. Corporations. The morning hour having expired, the speaker announced the appointment of the following committees, and additions to committees already appointed Pensions. Erwin. of MecklenViirp chairman; Titham, Gilmer of Guilford; Watson of Fersyth, Vance of B lonnrabc. White of Cabarru Lovell. Hitnilcon. Wi'berington, Covington, Arledge. Claims. Anderson, chai'man; Be! tamv. Grimes, Allen, 8chulken, Rascoe, Hamilton. Blair, Wicker. Hui Joint committee on Pu"lifi Budding' and Grounds Shepard.chsirman. Clark. Vance of Buncombe: Venters, Whi'e f Gaston, E irjanks, McG ohoD, K'uchin, Midgett, Walker, Petree. Additions to committees: Bellamy to the committee on Fish and Fishery loterests; Taham to committee on Insane Asvlum; Oliver, to committee on Agriculture; Watkins, to the commit tee on E location. Joint Committee on Justices of t:e Peat eM. Curry, chairman; SHpard. Uucker. McGlohon, Tavlor of Hdi'ai. Taylor of Hertford. King of Irtd.li, Br oks. Rowe, Jones of Caldwell. Immigration-Erwin of Cleveland, chairman; Wood. Nash, Starr, Thomas, H -lr, MiGlohon, Vance of Vlitchell The C endar was then taken op. and house bill 177, appropriating "(00 for the expense to be incurred in toe inan guration of G v. rnor Carr was pu: on its read in. s, and gave rise to quiie a liveh discussion. Mr Oliver mvr d to strike out "o00 " and in-ert 500 " Mr Grim-s protested against the in dignity to the occasion suggested by the proposed reduction. I: was shameful t.. eel tbe iuauiura'irn of a governor with that of the induction of a she-tifE to office. Thtre were good reasons for tie exp.nseto be incurred. In the ht place, thete was no proper band of muic in Raleigh. One must be had from abroad The occasion could ntt do with out a bend. Music io the inauguration hall, in the street pageant, mhap, in tae ball room, and the lowest price for a band was $150. Then the inau-.ura tion wa to be bad in Strmach's audi to rium no mire than" a tobacco sales warehouse, naked, unadorned and un couth. That musi be smoothed into com liness It mutt have liyhts, heats, de corations of fl igs and fl wers. That would cost $iu0 Then visitiag so'd er8 are to come, and they must have $100 fur thir provisions There is the cost of sta'ionery, printing, etc, which would cost SoO at leasr, and also servants which mikes a total of $500 Themetterhad been given cartful consideration. He hoped Mr. Oliver would withdraw hu amendment. Tee inauguration ceremu oies should be conduced wiih proper dignity and with a decent liberality. Mr. Holt endorsed the remarks of Mr Grimes He also hoped the am-udm-nt would be withdrawu. When he firt thought of the matter, he thought it proper that $1,500, at any rate 81 000 would he prop.6t:d, and then he woubi have off red a substitute Bat he thought the io wet t proposition extremely mod erate Mr Watson, of Forsyth, said that the inauguration of a govern r of tue state came ab ut euly once in four years. I was a grand and memorable event Why should we C' unt thtt cost of such an event when it comes at such wide in.ervals? j lie had calculated tbe cost if it to trie j counties of the state. Toere were netirlv ne hundred of them; sod Io and be hoi i thecot to each one of th- m auiouuts to tbe pit ful sum of $1.2 o. il the con ol he luauguraiion does reach the sum eI $5001 He made si me amusing caltuU ti .us as to how ih s eum wis to be dis tribu ed am ng the various measures of busiuess aud plans of amusement; among which the least might be dauciug. He was an old men now and begged to ue excused from oarfcipatton iu that excr ii;e;tutlf .he y unger p-jople proposi d to eui y themselves iu tbe dance, he would interpose no objection an l might look on with satisfaction. II ; wan ed to do full honor, in every maretial way anl with i;eueroU3 liberality, to the splended man we had so g'onou-ly elected a- Governor of North Carolina. Mr. Oliver withdrew the amendment offered by him to reduce the appr. pria tion from $500 to $300 Mr Anderson opposed the resolution on the ground of economy Mr Rowe said be knew what the people of North. Carolina expect from this Legislature. Tbey had h,-a d the p'omises of tconomy made on every stump in tbe state, and had heard the o des given to that e ff ct. He though SoOO too much to appropriate. If uot, ue would be willing that half tbe amuut should be made up by private tff rt. Mr ipiui.I called atteutiou to the fact that for the ti st time a farmer bad been elevated to the Gubernatorial chair oi Mortb Carolina 11 a discrimination ir to oe ma le between tbe practices of now and the past, very sharp criticism wili be made upon the appareut injjtice. Iu tegard to the amouut proposed to be ap propriaied suob careful estimates have oten made, that there can be no grouni f r hesitation. It mutt be remembered that Governor Carr is a n pre ventative of the agricultural classes. When he is houoreo. they are honored. Wheu Governor Fowle was in augurated, the lei-iatuid had aopro priated $300 for the ex penditures con uected with the ceremonies, a sum so in adiquatethat the Inaugural committee weit forced to supply tbe d fi.iency cut of their private means Yet G-iVtrnoi Fowle lived here in Raleigh, be was a no expanse for transpo tation. Thingt are different now. He had been re minded of J.ffe'sonian simplicity, and bow President Jtff.-rson roue up, unat tended, to the capit l on a mule, threw the brirtle off tbe beast across a rail fence, marched up to tbe portico of the bu 1 1 ing and took the oaths of otfi re Tuat might have done iu tbe past It was not an example the people ed North Carolina ili follow now. Tue pe pie of tne state had not become extravaaut, but the were liberal and generous They woulo agree that $500 was as little as can be done. Mr. Watson, of Terry, sail he did not favor the resolution because Etia? Carr had been elected governor but because he had beea elect elected to the highest office in the gift of the Deoule Thoustuds and tens ot thousands would come here to see and enj y the fruition of their work. H. would do the seme he proposes to do now whoever was the governor to be in augurated, whether it were Furches ot Exum. In the bestowal of such honors, thete were no pol lice it was b'Cau-e, whoever was governor, he was the choice of the people. Mr Kitchin said that no man woull go farther than he to save the p opie from the abuses of extravagant appro priations. B it in look ing at he amount asked for by the resoluiim b fore the bouse, he was surprised at the smallness of the bum. lie expected it to be at bast $3 500. In this matter there could be no pariizinship Elias Carr is gover nor of all parties, of all the men. women and children of the state. He d-rU W the man who would rot b willing to see him inaugurated with all the pomp and splendor h Oftine the grand ooca sion. He wou'd he willing, if need be, 'o make a proposition to increa'e the sum, even if the governor to be inau trura'ed were a third party man If ihe tax psyrs were not willing to see their governor properly inaugurated, he would be ashsm"i of the people. He hoped all opp virion w uld be with drawn. Five, years ago he Tj'ght hae thought -,00 for ,utri purp ,pe woi have bankrupted the state. If. is difTe-r ent cow As one who loves North Car olina. he would die for her. He top-s his feeling is the prevalent one; and he hopes the resolution will pass with mta dissenting voice In conclusion, he h ied Governor Carr wc uld pay his own way here, and ask nocourtei-ies fr- m the rail roads. He wants no obligations incurred to railroads or other corporations. - Mr Vance, of Bincomb. siid, in cn sidering this resolution, it was enough to consider the ability of the p-ple, and the great and favorable chmees that hid come over their condition Hn referred to Ji ff-rson wh i came to his inaugura tion welcomed and surrounded by th us ands Wh'D Cleveland came to accep' the duties imposed upon him the peopl. of Ame ica gave him a welcome bv mil lions. There whs an eno m us increase of peop'e and of wealth It wasourduy 'o provide a su table insuuratio i There shoull be jud cious econn-n v, but there m itt be no meanness Ftrmer know .oow to run a farm nnd vote the dt-mof r-.tic ticket If anybody in But coube Kicks at the sum asked for be and Stirnes wou'd foot the bill. Mr. Robinson of Rudolph, said he would not antagonize the bill. Hit people wou'd fo t the b 11. Mr Newton made some remarks. wit ch were n"t. fully caught.owing to conlu jioc on the fl or. Mr. L llington male a manly and gen erous expretsioo of his d.sire anl pur pos- to support ihe rcolution Ho was a North Carolinian, willing, ready, ano anx'ous to do honor to the Governor elect of 'he state, whether democrat, repubh can or third party. He called upon his party to do ai he wa going to do. Il re Mr. Spruill demanded the pre vious q res'ion on the passg-- of the reso urion The call was sustained, tbe question put on the adoption of the res . ution, and it unanimously passed its second atd third readings and was ordered to be sent to the seuate for con currecce. The calendar was taken up and houe bill 5. a bill to prevent the saU of qiori within two miles of Laurel Hill chinch. Caldwell couu'y, was put on its si cot d f reading, and, on motion of Mr Jones, ol Caldwell, was recommitted f ir the pur pose of biing incorporated with the gen eral bq lor or '"omnibus" bill II ou e bill 30, for the relii f of Harrison, late tax collector and treason r of Caswtll county, was put on its second reading Tbe bill relates to pubtir tnoa'es stolen from Mr Haralson and subsi q'lently arc unted for. A letter to the speaker from a counU commissioue-r of Ciswtll couoiy. Vla read, protesting agaii.st the passage of tbe bill uuiil futhe information coucerntn" he transaction could be transmitted. Oj tbe passage of the bill Mr. Hob moved to refer it back to the committee on Fiaatca. Mr. Long hoped the bill wou'd not now be passed He knew the parties and tbe nature of tbe trsnsaction. The aill was referred to the Finance committee. A message from the Senate transmit ting sundry engrossed )ills. among which was Jjcnate bill 1, House bill 2i!, a bill to incorporate the bank of Washington. which, ujder a suspension of the rusts. a put on l's readings, and then, ou tu itiou of Mr. Long, referred to the com mntee on B inks and Currency. Ihe caleudar was re.-umed. and House bib 40. a bill to compiusate j ldges and -anvassers of elections, was put on its leading. Metsra Oliver, Crnusp, Wood, Talor, of Hertford, and Mr. Eubanks, off red amendments including their reJ-pectivi counues in tbe provisi ns of the bill: and then, on motion ol Mr. McCurry. tbe introducer of tbe bid, it was laid on th. table. House bill 44. a resolution concernia bills appropriating money, on in ition ol Mr McCurry. was laid on the table. Hoti-e bill 61. a bill to amend haptei 130. laws of lS J in relation to thi col Kction ot taX'-s in the county of Yance pis-e 1 its several read 'ngs aud wasur dered to he it grossed House bill 07 a bill for the relief I the sheriff of Currituck, on motion ol Mr. Diy, wis postponed until WeJnes day week. House bill 80. a bill to authorize the committee ol Dt-re county to levy a spe ciat lax f r 18a3 an 1 1894 to pay the in debtne8 of the c uuty was put on itt second reading and pas-ed that real ing under a call of th-i roll by a vote of 105 none in the negative House hill 81, a bill for the rd;ef of thesheiiffof Harnett, Pcjton McArde-r, a id enable him to settle taxes with the ttate treas jrer, p tssed its severtl read iogs and was ordered to be engros-ed. (The court house of Harnett bad been destroyed b) fire, and records aud pa pers burnt ) Hou-e bill 89, a bill to amend line 2. section 0 of the si hool law. Oa motion of Mr Erwin of Cleveland, was laid on tbe table Hou-e bill 105. a bill to encourage the killing of c rtain wild animals in the :ouaties of Buncombe. Yancey, Mitche I an McDwell, (kiting of wolves. panthers, wild cats etc , in view of such killing to be presented to ihe count, commissioners, and a reward of $ ptta toi killing eaca of said auimals) was p. it on its second readit g Mr McCunie m ved to strike out "McD ieli," whicu was done, and the bill then passed its several readings and was ordtrtd to oe engrossed. U use bill 115, a bill to amend the local option law in Dtvidson coun'y, was put on its readings, and the que-tion was put on the suxtitu'e offered by the com u ttee, which was adop ed; and as sub -lituted, the bill passed its several real t!i. aa.1 was ordered to be engros-ed House resolu'ion 1, a resolution in re lation to keep open the state and su ptrior court libraries at night lor the oenefit of members of the general assem bly and providing for a compensation of $1 50 a Eight to said librarians, was idopted, and on motion of Mr. Fuller, of Durham, without ecgrossmen; Subsequently, by consent, Mr. Allen introduced a uill to e em pt certain bonds frem taxation. Finance. Mr. Bellamy, of Brunswick, also had leave to intioduce a bill c authoriz- the commissioners of B'UU9i:k to levy a special tax for 1893-1)4 Fma Ct. The house adjourued uaiil tc-m.rrow hall past 10 a. iu. THE LAST SAD KITES TO THK PECK F.n SENATOR FKO.tl Er VIHG1.MA Held In the Senate 4 bamber of the allnal 4'mIiI, le-rordli'Klit ihe Services of ibr lloiimn 4 iholle Ct-urcli SerUI Fuurral 'J ratn. WaoUISOtos, Jan. 12. The galleries began to crowd half an hour before noor, alth ugh 6n w lay deep on the streets of tbe city and the snow storm was s'ill rag,DS There was not more than a sc re of senators present when Vice President Morton entered and stord by his chair and Chapl ain Butler opened the pro ceedings of the day with prayer. As soon as prayer was ended Mr Faulkner, (colleague of the dead senatoi) rose and said that ytsterday when th senator from K n ucky (Blackburn) announced to the senate the death of Senator Kens, he (VIr. Fau'kner) was at becpitalol he state of West V.rginia Uj had br. uht with him frjm that capital evi decce8 of sympathy at the sad bereave ment, not ouly to the p ople of Wet Virginia, but to the mtion. The senate aud house of rep-esentatives if tbat state had appointed a j int rommit'ee to come to Washington in ord r to escort the re mains of the dead senator to the capital of the state where the interment was to tike plc? Heatked unanimous consent that tne rot tubers of that Committee siould be entitled to the privileges ol the fl or. Tne vjc-President Unat imous coasent will l.e consider ti as given. The senate thin, on motion of Mr Maude rson.-took a recess till 12:45. In the meantime tbe few futthtr piepara lions n'Cvssarv f r the sad c-rmony ere made. A black bear skin mat a tpread at the top of the main ais'e in fiontof the secretary's tlesk, and on it tt-d the two cable stools oj which th. c ffin as to re-t A ft r the rc ss expired all the sena tors pre-st-tit took their seats oa the ea-t of the chamber, the space on tie we-t side being reserved for members of the house of represectat i es A message was received from thatbdy stating its sincere sorrow at tbe event, and tht it would attend the ceremmiis in accord ani-e vi:h the invita-i nof the senate. For the tir.-t tim in many yiars'h veuerable Ca()tain Bis-ett, a.-sistatit d.or keep r, who has acted as master of ceie mouies ij the set a'e on f rin r tne si ins nke tnis, was prevented by il ness from being present and bis (unctions were dis chaigedby AsMttaut Sergeant at Arms Keadd In a few minutes after the re ceipt of the itics-ftiie Mr Reade announcel the ariival of th- speaker and house ol repn seutati ves. Tne senators rose and remained standing while Speaker Crisp scored by the tiicers of ihe house, ad vanced and took athsir assigned h men tbe right of the vice president and tLe members of the house, in large nun.bers, occupied a portion of tbe ball assigned to tl em - The Prc-i !ent. private secretarv. m m tiers of the Cabtuet ana the diptouatic t corps, enterei and were Seated. The family party soon after cme in. At 1:15 p r.i the procession of robed putsts, preceed by ac dytts bearing a cmser and tall wax caudUs. bgh'tti. niarclitd down the aisle, followed by a -quad tf capital police in full uniform, -scortijg nnd carry tbe c-ket, which was covered with palms snd fl iwers. 1 te pnests with B shop ho ane, ol the Catl.o ic university, in his purple robes, ra- g l t letrselvea about the coffin. Fath r Oouohue of St. Joseph's, t'peit-ti the religious services by walking around the cofK.i and aspergu g it with bo'y water. He was a tended by an acolyte waving the center, the Iunirr of which pervaded the chamber He read the ftiueral sei vices of the Cathode ebuicb. first in Latin and ih-.u in En glish B shop Keane then took his place at the head of the ct ffia and preached the funeral sermon At the clo.-e of the sermon which was delivered with stiong raphais and was listened to with tbe greatest interest by the Urge iss.mblage iu tbecbatuter, tbe priests again fotn.ed in procession and retired by one of tb side r! ours. The family of the deceasi d ten u tor d id the stme. The cougre-s-ionai c immittee ia white scarfs theu rose ano left the chamber by the mam at.-lt-fo l .wed by the squad ef capitol police b -aring the casket. Then the guests of the senate left the chamber n th- reverse order of their ar lival. The s-nate then at 1 .50 adj iurned ill to morrow at noon. The body of the dead senator was taken from the east front of tbe senate chain tier, depisibd in the hearse atid earned to the Baltimore and Potomac station, p'eceded by a c ingressional com inittee and a m ntnittce by tLebgtsla ture of West Virginia, which had, out o' itspect to the mem ry of its senat r, ad j urued un il aUer the luntra'. Tue members of the family did not g to the staM m, but re paired at occe to i ue fami y residnce Tbe bodv was p'aced io the onggage car of the spt-Cial train, where It r in l Led till tho de jar u re of the funtrsl party to-night The train will be in cnarge of Strir ant-at, Arm-i Valeutite,of the senate. Tbe uudrrs .andiug that the sergeant at arms has to ni 'ht la that ih-r funeral will not take place Uu'il Sa'ur day. the intention b-iug to have th boiylie instate in Charleston till thai time. No Agreement Iu Kanui, Tope k a, Kan., Jan 12 The com promise committee adj. urn d at 12 o'clock last night, having faded to reach an sgret ment. At 2 e.Vbark in the after noon the free democratic men hers n the hou-e aereed to rtc 'gn'ie the repub lican ortaniz etion and on r. .ti call. CLm bers. f Comanche. R .senthal. of Hack. I. and Meagher, of Leavenworth, made speeches recognizing the republican spesker. Th s gives the republican s xty-s vea mtmbers. four m re than a Constiiuiional majority Not ith-tand ing this, at 5 o'ciot k thia tvering Gv v etnor Lewelling s nt abii.f mesnige to i be hou-e recognizing ihe popu.ist or gan'zation The senate adjourned, having arcotn plished nothing during the day. A nut lioa was made io reCogn'Z'S tbe popnhai house, which was pending a:adj,u;n mint. Adtlreaol tbe klurm. WASniNCTOs Ju 12 A-c irding to the te emptiic advices rtceiied at ih weather hu'eau thi- a'orin a artid iu Northern Montana Tuesday cum l im it eistwari over the middle of Mbsisstpi.'i valliy. where there was but little fall I centered lust niht in West Virginia and gradually tH.k southeasterly and irnrili easterly cou'se, spuading ver North Carolina, Moyland. Distri.t of C urn ria, IVnrsylvaul and all of tic Nr England statg There was very luti wind, and thermometer did not fab greatly xc pt in sporadic ins aLC s, bin it will t coo tier tomorrow all ovtrtln middle A lo tic andNew EngUnd stale . The officials cf tie wiatbtr bureau -ay this is the deepest snow that has fallen in the sections indna'ed f. r several tears ar.d ihey antotpatr niuci. interruplion of radroad lrfli;. Sno i 4 inch a dtp a-t of tbe AlK'haaitb from Maine t North Carolina. Itlalne ur.r. WasnixiiTON Jan. 13 - 12 30 a. m The guarded utterance of .Mr. B. line's doctors to night are const iued to ineaii thrt their patient is much worse then h-y care to acknowledge and ihe Ire quency and length of their visits consit ue another reason for cone tiding that Mr B a n.-'s illness has been tontidt rabU acgravaud since ni rnmg He is dc" -eiibe-d as being weaker T physic bins have spmt ihe great r pert of tti nine in the house since G 30 aud one vi I undoubtedly remain all nigtit. A Keporirr Killed at a Fire. Boston. J .n 11 There sums no ioMole dout 'hat a r p rter, Joseph Biker of tl,- Evening Trann-ript, per ished in the fire Tuesday. Norlong ha been heard of hint siuce he was standirg in an alleyway near the burn ing Hcht building, only a moment le (ore a huge wall fell upon the spot. Bil ker wai 26 yeaia old and a great favoriu among newspaper men aid in fact all who knew him. tjTK e NtiF RS ia lw a ate Mquraied TO ;o TO Iv i:ci Ac CO'H -I'OR- C1UVHS, IHT IlKIKS,elc. irAl.C.AHiK C1VV I'HllhT lull v Al.K- l'n rsm- tit to a ju.1nLtir ake count) supril r oori irnbiotat he K-tt bt-r terii', I V2. in ilrois. of mi M varM. t. H Wruti..M K Ti.e. w. er. Jr . md ot h. n e ga'ti-l C la. e A I', r ktiiMn. I' tlividnall), ar-rl sdo In stra it r tf Ntary IVrk n w n. .btens'tt 1-rta IVik n-on. mi 'rtrmlns H-ttrr iier Hau ad It em of Kxra IVrntist t we u l.l n Ttiurs-tay. January !V h. l3 n the fnnty c uuty curt h.: . tlrcly if Kjiteuh N e . seil a .iil,'r oiot i , . u t he h c e" b d.ier for in-h tl r f. low b t ta r pare U of iau.1 tu ti e tl y if lUl.Uh. First TrHct-AtlJolunt the lnuda of Vt Urnra A Wi,mu tui ot hi r tyii, tie -Uthea.t c tiler ol Ifce tl er t-e Ho , e f Kleluth and Vorfcau s tree Is tar I 'art of coy Io' o 1 a M n u on nt er'a ma, of the c ty ot Kal. ib at.o Dime 'tiliy ai.d t letiir h ilnnl. d iiithr.1-.el t trust rxeiur d ,.n tt.. t dat of reh rua-y. tMi, bye. A IVi ku son nu.l y, ty 'erkniMia hia lf to . u llatw.l trii-tee, ac . w i. h sHid e'evd el trust It lily i-vordrti in tbetlTt-ei-t thr rrt.ti.ter l ileetlx or S hk- CfUt-ly. N.C.IuUvk 110. pa.e et s tsc nd Tr ct At'J'trin te lauds cf H ili'.aui hUke s.r.e niter. Ivtcouite -omh a te ol Mxrcit aire l , Uinern Hlmalw. rh ai tl IVt4. slii-ets ttr ftj .aneit C'ty lot No I..S iu. rhnu ein MM-r- r's map o the 1 1 tt r.t iib. and l-ii g t the lioitl wrst Colli-r ot U Ij iin K Klnse's 1 !. and n re fu It V-cilla-tl lo be moitc-ie rr, rx tu e.l ty f: a. tid Mnry I'rikii t.., i is wife 0 la.H K Thr.if er Jr . tm Che W b dev. I 1 -innry IM", w h i l, ,;. 0, r -( waailiiiy reeoi.le.1 in tbe . nice id the r. pister if lee.l- l.ir w ek com ty. N C. in h.M k 1 13. pet st e .V t st-. Hour of Uo'c.oa ia. a. w tUiwiNp. W I 'K,1.K deelS (.'.-lull iK-oiier. S-I K'l V f.h I o-ei It.- li, t al l KV i ue o tu , ri r.-orttl V., cui .r e :ii tr p-rtitn.u. li ,i!f an I o l.t-r.. e - i 'l r ee n u- l. a AMI K I Y a eir.f t l ti l n t ie i et ik I Ml.,-. I M t.i lrl S - inf. 5-.I2 I "t in I e u t. I 1 The l.uTrrnuinii Sustained. Pahis. Jan 12 Iu the ihtiubcr of detunes today Hubbard, radical de put y for Seine et Oise, II red an inter i.ella ion asking the gov- rutneni to fit a date for new elections Ribot firmly and positively declined to fix any date for eleitions and demanded ihe simple orde ol the day. The g.v. rnment was sus tained and the order of the day adopted by a vote of 329 to 200 The Three Tj pea. London, Jaa. 12 Iu commenting on the testimony in tbe Panama trials tin Paris correp nlenceof the Duly News aj: M Fontaine showed himself a g tod natured. impudent fellow; M C dtu as a shark : M K tie I as a g soae Whenever M E IL-I tried to retract hi KMilish steps, he put his foot in it det-p.r than ever. Stevenson at Malillle. NASnvn.i.E. Jan. 12 Vice President eleci S ev-uson and pa'ty arrived here tl is morning and are l-ing entertained at ihe home of Col D B C M'p r. A bstquet will he given tb: distinguished visi u. at the ileimitage cub to morrow night. n"r I I tli 'ti. It Ki eel I 1 .cer. i . ia it,-ry. .t the eo it lioti.e dtn.r, il tue titt t U e ah, N . , on M-nd.y, the Cti day ol Fd rmiy lata, .t lio'.liH-k M , tin- lot tt land it ate 1 rn art n tr.et. m .al l , kno-n . tLe 'SOWH tt-!LlMfl " a.'j lU'lllt t' I' li,ti i" O iiu. i, ( , ..it , r-. Iron-, o K .'ill l.tl on Mmlti. l-r.el aud rt. Ltlu ft men 6 let-t 'erm-.t r'e -I'd. . l f e i.irctie. iu ll y t be pai I in ran i,.1 1: e r n Hj.'i r .u t -c.tr ii,.. t- I on, ,. t ,Mi ti , e. eir.O ptjutut. lo l.ir t i n .n t inl,ie,t. AUM1 1 1 At J K , 1ei Sl-td I ..,!..,.,,, r JNtilitc oi .-a ipln al i.u. Orricto'N c HoveIns fo . Ra1.i I .11. . C. Dec. 31. Ti' lfc notice U h. ret-v vm th t itll CMtloll w li Im- ni.ade t th- lit xt lrk it!m o s r ut -I1 end oeu a tu tbe cU tr er. A.c . of Ibis colltpauy. W. S. l'HiM H SK l'ltKl.l. 11 1. Jin1-.-V.l FRESH ARRIVAL Table I o 1 i 4? ji oi?H. Gordon A; Dl wor'h'a Pr.-serves. W-lte Oxh-nrt Cbeir:es, H;i'errua (iWer. Y. Uo teaches. Mr berries, German .Imported) Preserved Apiin.ts White and Red ( herrleii. Red and White Straw bet rirs, Ha-sberrlev, Pure Fruit Jams. Sweet, sour, mixed and Chowchow Picklei, Tomato Cms ip. Wor.hr-tr-shire Sauce Tabiaco I'e ..per Sauce I) ir sec'a .taiad lire sin. Mink wheat, l'uie vlople Sruy-Old t'abh omd. Noilh Carolina Roe Her; House. Washington. J tn. 12 It tbe h'uj'e this in oi no g a resolution was adopted tbat a: 12:45 ihe bou-e "att a i a- a body ihe funeral cen monies to be couduc eo tn the senate chamber over the remains of tbe late S uatur Juo. E Kcnua, of West Virginia Ia the morning hour tbe hou e rcsuntei consideration of the bill to promote tbe efficiency ol the mdi.ia N action w as taken and at 12. 4o tbe house, in a body preceedtd by trie speaker and s.-rgi-ant at irm3, proceeded to tbe senate cham ber. Immediately on returning to its own chamber after attend ng the funeral services ihe hou-e. as a furtDer mark of respect to the mi mory of the deceased, at 1 :50 adjourned. TEIEGH1 P It IU HKEVITIES. Paris Vice Admiral Rieunier bis acapted the office of minister of niarin. Ft.is completes the cabinet Rieuuier has been in command at Toulon. AcocsTA. Maine The democratic caucus Inst evenin: unanimously non.i na'ed Arthur Sew all, of B illi as candi date for (Jur.ed States senator. CnAiti.KsroN S C Mt metin? of he Smtberii P .ultry and Pigeon npi si i ia association i.eld here to niht At lanta was selected as tbe place for the next exposition. n ei.kna. Montana The j int ballot for M'naior today re-uted; Stndi-rs. 'publican, 31; Clark, democrat. 16: Dixon, dem crar, b; Haus-r. d mo rat, i; Mulville, populist, 3 no choice 1 bere was otc pair PiTTsncfO The ttiil of Hii?h Drnp ey oiaiiict roaster workman of the Knights of Labor. J. M. Davidson and R ile-rt B -a'ly. charge 1 with oioniiig non u'ii n w.itkmen in the II in-t -teel mill during last Angus', ii-gan here t day in a crowded court room. L cisvii.LE Ivy. At Gt-tin. Ma county y sterday, a m ) of ov-r 200 armed men took two negroes from a store where ihey were confined for the murder i f a farmer, netr Gtttoi on M n day, and hung ihm to a post in front of t ne po-toffi x. Ooe of the negroes con fesSed Four SxitTit. Ark. A taile has been c imputed o tbe rep rls of c tton at v r.eius neighb iing p tints for the pa-t two yeara Thry ah iwed tbat the t .11 receip's for ln'rfi at eleven p unta it Ar Kansas and Indian Territory were 51.617 baJes. For the previous year, n tbe samo paints, tbe receipts were 1 2 2, 2C 1. i-Eiii O Trains on twenty roads er.tei iu Toledo are delayed from three to fifteen h'.u's by saow Tbeatiee cr sjstem last ti'ght terame demora!i.--l, over eLe huadr d motor b-ing stu- k. Tbe natural gas supply is n-xt to noth ing. It Ceased entirely y B erday after noon. There is scarcely any wood in town and much suffering. Boneless Corn Beef. a.f ckerel and No:th t aro.lua M .i.lrta All varlttlea freah Cauued (ioo Is. Fullstockand 'resh rarlelle-" of Holmes He Coull S ' e el.ra nl cakeaaud Crackers. Social Teas Buq-i-t -seafam. aadOra haiu tt'a era. ALL ORDERS CAKKFl'LLY AND ritOMflb Kl LLfcD. - AT - THOMAS PESCUD'S. Telepho'i No i NOTICE. Th-reirn'a'a una I neetlurf of thtck- n .d-r-! the Cl ielia N Mono Ht:,k f Ki e'g 1, N' ll , W ll -e t.e 1 at It.rir bttik mi no ise in ' h ti en v .,n 1' ,eiv!y, J.iuu Tf lo, at il o lloca. a m. JOS .. Hill )WN. IV bier. DIVIDENDS l)eclar-d annually la tbe Old RriuMe vlutua. ii--uent Lite lutiiraiice liujaLiy if Newark. J . are tfie lar,e.at. The aim of the ollcers U Uj it i;cji: The Death Kate to the iowt potnt and a tiring her expeusa down u txe tuii.1 liatu. Tbat tbey bave clone mj rr 1 1 it: cost of A policy In tbla Company prove Her untracts Contain ouly vuar ,Osrs, So -etlmau-a are Klvrn o-jt by Ler to mlaieivl tbe uuweary aeker alter LIFE INSURANCE. We do not cU!li Vi rr.e Urknaat. We are mere! v tbe lie-1 1 'otn;uy. A clean record 'or Forty beven Yra.'a. JOHN C. DKEWKY, State Axent for North and Sontb Carolina, Kalkioh. N. C. lfK Aret WantMl. 2STOTIOE. General Builer'. Remalna. Washington, Jon 12 Tbe remains of Gem-rat Butler wtre taken aboard thr train for Lowell, Mass., at 3 o'clock this afternoon. The dep.it loieiit officers ol tbe Grand Army of tne Repu- l:c as sembled at tbe huse about 2 o'clock acd accompanied the remuDsto the dt-pot, tb-j aepartment of tne Potomac acting as escort ol honor. Theretrua'anti'iai inra-tin of tseaTork holdern Of the Ka'e'.rfh lUjti V1K- wl 1 ' h-ld at the Mt or'a o??l;e, Wtylueiflay, .fannary lttb, at n ct'ick Trau-fer lioittwill be clcaed after Wed nesdaj the stn J S WYNXK -rtarf. 9Iet aad Orzaalzed. Washington, Jaa. 13 Tne conven tion ( ailed to consider a scheme to unite i be great lake- aud the ocean by a canal, mtl to day and organized. Sher ffJ A Andrews of S irry county was in the ci'y yesterday. He brought .n ihe penitentiary Leonid as McKn'git, who was tried at the fall term of Surr) court for burglary, and sentenced to be JU' g on the 17:h of February. He ap pealed to the Supreme court, where the judgment of the court below was afS rm ed, but on the 5 h iost G vernor Holt commuted the punishment to a term of twenty years in tbe penitentiary. i 4a i Major W. M. Robbioa, of Sta'esville, has received the endorsement of the state offi era of North Carolina for appoint- meet as miniaUr lo Mexico by Mr. Cleve land. rt U T I o E. AppVcatl-n wilt tie ma le 'o he General Assembly, of North Cnr'?iia at ttn ti.xt itr-aloti. u tiicrp'a e 'Ire ex h I'hto linaSaTe Depvo' Tl I- aud F.d-ltiOm-pany. Wit II S. btKO W N. l)ecemter 19. l-:. tH. I he Ilr Ilea Ll i Luuli, lu.( txave Joat tbrwi. ou tbe Ciarket an rleaiit .-tAudar 1 A Ltl'jue aX ft. In., K dl CnrtAin lek, coriilrt in every de tail, ff O B. St U.ui-.. for Ul. and & ft , aame Style and Buinfj for tii net. n,t outh. .-ee tnelr otrd u this laeue .-i, 1 four order direc or a l for apt-da ctrcn ,r. Bauk oouQti and government wor k a apecUJty S-ui in your floor pUut Icr denial and nricea. x-tl r; i: , fie1 . . j. i - in ir Mi If fl H if'