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Villi' Of fcale 1Y MJPiRlOK t'CKT II , alrr inixtr-tor of C 'i1? , pi i utitr, vs Mm lu-r-i e nK, Often .Htits : authority conferred noon -i 'tier by order of court to led actio i, l w!il xpns- for tit cry at tiie court house C , and s. 11 to the hi h i bhon Mouriay, La.' 13h - il Ihnt it i jiri hi tty, North CatniinH, ta i ; so. tbectved Kaie.gh, .iiwt street, MljoiniQ lots .1 mpctively bv Lynn - 'irti- Zach 'ntton aud in f let No to in the plan 'tt- ful.y deHcrined in tee W. .T PtiEI.K, t V.mmi8-im er. Attorneys for Plain f.b8td- - J RALEIGH, 11 C. THURSDAY MORNING tutp.riupv n: "in - -v4iiiivji. luuuuaiu tv, lUiiUi rail 711 I 1 rd. m. (la Justice' Court, 1U1- ih Township, before 1 Niv M. Ii tfarbee, J r. r It Ii F. Gardner, Mrs - t,r-hr, Hfury renii tigtou. . I i"i 'lit affidavit 01 n. F Ful 1; that l;r 15 F. Uarduer and . ' iriiit r, the diteudant thtre- t lind it Wake con ty, and .lil K'Mict be fonnd Iu the rM.i ra I't'hriDK that the plai i- - t action agaiuxt he cai 1 do--: 1 rW iid labor done and mi ! I i.rt a honno an1 lot of Uieirg : . - .' IU Kui ikIi. N. C. . rdfrfd, that notice of this -h' di.mea week for o;x mc- i it. th" State Chhon ti.e, a -.i i r publinhed in Haleigh, N ' - ' 'ii 'li title of the actu n, thi iuic. and reiiuirirg the (e--:.! iu Xte iKth dar of Ma'ch, M. ti. Itrbpe, Justice ol the - tn.' in Halpicb, X C, at )2 v r of demur to the torn- : - r ,i t demanded will bn gran;ed. -v -. v.it M B BARBK., In .tlce or the IVace. , : ; Kl-1 -v Attorney for Piatutlff. 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's"t..e executed bv Allred S Lu wife, I w ll oftf-rfor ' "r ..we floor in lUlinh on i'l Feb tiary, 1S'J3, at 12 t'-ii.iir lot of Und: retciti- lino r.n South etrtet, rnn- -' " l""t a-nl 5 inctCH tothejfK . tid th n KOuiK eact alot k with - branch, and then K"o 'Ufi "lie km hoiie branch to South " n-11 ruax went w th Htid etreet 3 1 cli'M Ther is a new bonne on ie perfect. Ternm each. Fur fur llarn nee hm U l at pae m, f.fhVe, lUleigh, N. 0. This !. IVi.i. J. C I j. HAHHTS, Attorney for MorttraKer. VOL. XI. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, j KKPOUT OK THE PKOCEEUING8 OF T1IK THIHTV-SEVETH DAY. Tlie Senate Paw. a Large Number 01 Private lIUlKIre Kcape 1 the "" A Number fo ItilU Laid on the Table. Wednesday, Feb. 15 The senate met at 10:30 o'clock, Lieutenant Gov ernor Doughton in tho chair, and was opened with prayer by the Rev. Levi Branson, of this city. The reading of the journal of yesterday was dispensed with. 1 rETvriONa. Senator Sheriill, from M. M. Cline and others, asking that Mayo chapel J?e not incorporated. Propositions and Griev ances Senator Olive, by request, from citi zens of Surry county, in favor of the bill to erect the county of Ransom. Counties Cities and Towns. ' -SfcaatoB Jatues, from citiztusof Pitt county, in "relation to magistrates. Jus tices of the Peace. Senator Lucas, by request, from citi zens of Bladen county, in favor of in corporfttiDg Elizabethtown. Propositions and Grievances. senator L.ucas, by request, from citi zens of Bladen county, against the in corporation of Elizabethtown. Propo sitions and Grievances. Senator Fields, from citizens of Wilkes county, iu relation to the county of Elkin. Counties, Cities and Towns. Senator Potter, in relation to the es tablishment of the county of Elkir. 15II.1.S IKTKODUCED Senator Davis, a bill to incorporate Clyde Lodge, No. 453, A. F. and A. M. Corporations. Senator Pettigrew, a resolution in re lation to adjournment tine die. Calendar. Senator Blalock, a bill to change State grant No. 39. Calendar. Senator Leatherwood, a bill to correct State grant No. 1100. Calendar. Sinator Armstrong, a bill to amend section 2,709 of the code in relation to lawful fences. Agriculture. Senator Owen, a bill to establish graded schools in the town of Lexington. Education. Senator Campbell, a bill to incorporate the Hyde Park Club Corporations. Senator Campbell,' a bill to authorize the commissioners of Buncombe county to issue bonds for road improvements. Public Roads. Mr. Campbeil, a bill to incorporate the Asheville Tobacco Works aud Cigarette Company of Asheville. Corporations. Mr. Patterson, by request, a bill to empower the directors of the state hospi tal at Morganton to condemn certain lands. Corporations. Senator Patterson, by request, a bill to amend section 177 of the Code. Judi ciary. Senator Patterson, a bill to certify as teachers in the public schools of the state the graduates of the Pcabody Normal College of N.uhville, Tenn. Education. senator LiUCfts, a bill to incorporate ijiizaoein town in liiaden county. Prop ositions and Grievances. Senator Lucas, a bill to regulate fishing in Ellis creek and other waters of Bladen county. Fish and Fisheries. Senator Fields, a resolution directing the treasurer to pay to John Z Neal $100 for the arrest of Linville Eller, an t.utlaw. finance. Senator Sherrill, a bill in regard to the meeting of the senate. Calendar. Senator Parrolt, a bill to incorporate the JNew River and bwansboro Railroad company, n. 11. ana it. it. comum&ion. Senator McUae, of Robeson, a bill sup pl mental to an act ratified February 10, 1893, in relation to a fence tax in Rober- son county. Calendar. Senator Jones, a bill concernin" the Ninth Judicial district. Judiciary. Senator Leach, a bill to establish a pre-Gates iSTOTICE. I" isa. Wake County. K. Horn V8. I.ewin H. Mareox. ('f an execution directed to the : troru Jno. W. Tlionif"n, clerk :rtnf Wake conty in the above fi, 1 will on tho '2(;th of Pcbrcary, 'kck ro. at th court honne door " ' f Wake in theei y of lUleigh, ; :t tn t bidder for Ch all ri'tit, 'n et f f.oiiin H Slarrom in fol- -t.ite. to-it. Fifty acr'" v ore or ''K the Uri ! i1 M o Weidey '.-" Mrcom and Yij.iIir S'one, I ly If: H. Mnroom ard i'na - eountv, CarvTuw.ichip, to nauufy I H. H rne. l'e'-le & Majnrd, M. W. VkQF, Steriff of Wake county. TtaPnosnix Stancil Vorks . tn. irr..-H Checks, etc., niiii irder. S. R. TUKNKK & CO '1. 'V r V .r'. fc. V The Latest Novelties T - A -, -1 I'I'EKS AND 1 ARLM UbH. .et Seafoam Champagne Tea Wafers tjuailty. of the finest Ml 1 k 1 1 I-M()M)S, U r.r.N oi.ivkn, IMTTFI) OLIVES. ''rated Liquid Soups ll-:vf CATEll SOI I'S. iniity coff-e, tas. chocolate and " Ktni Florida oracKes, apples, Mala 'i:i's. In't forget to add to your oruer sotue 01 .ga OrcLipes 't'M Lunch Milk Biscuits and 3oda "'k'th, you will find them of superior quality. ' 1,1 v ot '"h groceries l ixtirles always on hand I'KOM IT DELIVERY and - AT - HO MAS PESCUD'S. ne No, 3, new township in Vance to be ca led Dabcey township. Calendar. Senator Leach, a bill to incorporate he Carolina Manufacturing Company. Corporations. Senator Jones moved to reconsider the ote by which the bill in relarion to the appointment of judges to hold courts when the presiding judge of any district is sick -or otherwise disabled from per forming his duties. He was afraid the bill was unconstitutional. The motion prevailed and the bill was re-referred to the Judiciary committee. On motion Senator Means asked that the vote by which the bill in relation to the Cabarrus Cotton Mill Company was passed yesterday was reconsidered. The motion prevailedand the bill was re re ferred to the committee i n Corporations. A bill to incorporate the town 01 Montford in the county of Buncombe, passed third reading A bill to amend trie charter of the town of Old Fort in McDowell county, passed over informally. A bin to amend the charter of the town of Shelby in Cleveland c.unty, paed third rendirg A bill to extend the corporate limits of the town of Grifton in Pitt c untv, pass ed seeond readintr. A bill to incorporate th town of Bobtick in the couuty of Hatheiford, passed third reading. A bill to incorporate the C'liunbia, Charlotte and Winston Railroad Com- any, passed second reading. A bill to protect miners, parsed second and third readings. On motion of Senator Leach, the bill in relation to the monument to the sol diers and sailors of the late Confederacy now in course of erection at Richmond, was called up and passed its aecond and third readings. A bill in regard to rape and assault with intent to commit rape, passed sec ond and third readings. A bill to amend chapter 243 of the laws of 1891, the same being the char ter of the city of Raleigh ; passed its sec ond and third readings. A bill authorizing the commisioners of Bladen county to issue bonds and levy a special tax to Lmld a court house; passed its second and third readings. A resolution in favor of John S. Davis and John W. Starnes; passed its second and third readings. A bill to incorporate the North Caro lina State Insurance company of Ashe ville : Dassed its Becond and third read ings. A bill to amend section 2828 of the Code in relation to driving live stock. Dassed its second and third readings. The special order, which was a bill in rermrd tJ the Dublic health, was taken ud at 12 o'clock, and after much discus sion and many amendments passed second readine. A bill to incorporate the Carthage and Western Railroad company: passed its second reading. Adjourned. with prayer bv Mr. Lawron of the house from Martin eountv Tk ,1 : .1 .1 . . . iuiug 01 me journal of yester day was dispensed with, aud it was ac cepted as approved. ine loiiowinsr petitions vo. sented and referred: Mr. Eure, from 300 citizens of county asking for prohibition. Mr. Kobertson, lor prohibition witbin two miles of Bethel church. Mr. Bue and Mr. Covington, two pe titions, for and against the permission of distillation of liquors in Richmond county ; all to Propositions and Griev ances. Mr. Gilmer "of Guilford, two -peti tions, for and against the incorporation a cuurcn in uuuiora county. Corporations. Mr. White, of Catawba, to nrohiUif the sale of liquors within two miles of a certain church. By the same, for prohibition within two miL'8 of Landis church. Prnnnsi - tiona and Grievances. y SlT. Venters, -for the appointment of jusuces 01 tne peace. Justices. By the same, in relation to constitut ing the waters of a certain swamp in Onslow county a lawful fence. Proposi tions and Grievancts. Mr. Blair, by request, from citizens of Montgomery county, to restrain lumber men from throwing sawdust in streams. Propositions and Grievances. Mr.. Daniel, relating to the protection of fish in Black river. Fish, etc. Mr. Lillington, against the amendment of the charter of East Bend. Corpora tions. Mr. Adams, against the incorporation of Pages chapel. Corporations Mr. Fuller, of Durham, against the in crease of taxation in the town of Dur ham Corporations. Mr. Axley, for the repeal of chapter 239. laws of 1889, relating to the charter of Murphy. Corporations Mr. Wicker, in regard to the incorpo ration of Egypt church. Corporations. Mr. McNeill, in relation to divorce. Judiciary. Mr. Oliver, for the appointment of justices of the peace. Justices. Mr. Holbrook, relating to the county seat of Wilkes county. Propositions and Grievances. RESOLUTIONS Mr. Carraway, to inciease the pay of the guards at the penitentiary from 60 cents per day to $1. Penal Institutions. Mr. Tatham, concerning night sessions. Rules. The following bills were introduced and referred. Mr. Covington, by request, to prevent the distillation of grain in Richmond county. Propositions and Grievances. Mr. Daniel, by request, to regulate fishing iu Black river in Sampson county. F.sh. Mr. Uavper, in relation to the fence law. Propositions and Grievances. Mr. Louir, of Alamance, to incorporate the B g Falls manufacturing company in Alamanre county. Corporations. Mr. Watkins, to amend section 3757 of the Code regarding fees of register of deeds. Salaries and Fees. The same, in regard to the fees of clerks of the superior courts. Salaries and Fees. Mr. Hamilton, to create Brolins town ship in Wilkes county. Counties, Cities and lowns. Mr. Starnes, to amend section 25G5 of the Code "'school law." Education. The same, to amend section 2580 of the Code. Education. Mr. Kitchen, fur the support and im provetnent of the hjspitals and asylums 01 the state insane. The same, for the support of the in- siae asylums. Insane. Mr. Brake, to amend chapter 249, laws 01 lbS'J, relatipg to the school. Mr Holbrook, to authorize the com mi.s&ioucrs of Wilkes eountv to sell stock law fences. Finance. Jr. Ein, of Cleveland, to incorporate estibule church. Corporations The same, to amend the laws of the town of . Corporations. Mr. Sjhulken, to regulate deer hunt ing in Columbus couuty. Propositions Mr. Robertson, the law, then, don't apply to Mecklenburg. He does not un derstand why protection be denied when needed. He protested against any ex ceptions. He hoped all amendments will be voted down. The question was put on Mr. Erwin's amendment and it was lost. Jr. Wat8on Forsyth, suggested that there were innumerable hotels and glDg houses abot factories, etc Ihe bill was inapplicable to all. and the management of escapes was practically unknown. He moved that it go back to the committee with amendments; and it was so ordered by the house. House bill 96, to authorize the com missioners of Swain county to issue bonds to pav the connt.v inphtpHnn run twenty yenrs, and not exceed 5 000, failed to pass its second reading. House bill 146, for the relief of clerks of the superior courts in certasn cases. was laid on the table. House bill 154. to amend chanter 1 oa act of 1891, relating; to the char - -f the town of North Wil on the table. House bill 197. to amend the r.hrtr r of the town of Monroe, on motion of Mr. Eubanks, the introducer of the bill, was laid on the table. House bill 3G6. for th rr-liof clerks of the superior'courts. The ques tion was on the substitute offered bv the committee, which permits the clerks to be absent thirty days consecutively to attend the Columbian E to leave their offices in charge of o,,m, tent persons, who are invested with power to make probates, etc. Mr. Crouse, the introducer of the ori. ical bill said he preferred the substitute to nis own. It made provision for keen ing records. The substitute was adopted ; aUU a8 euDsuuuea, passed and was or dered to be er grossed. House bill 408. to change the lines Vie. tween the counties of Lincoln and Ca tawba, on motion of Mr. Crouse, was laid on the table. House biil 407. to amend the charter of Rutherford Oilleap- nT.ii..tu James W. Wilson and W. M. Bobbins and others to control under the name of the "Literary B)ard of Trustees of Ruth erford College;" passed with the amend ments ana was ordered to ba eDarossed House bill 450. to amend the charter of the town of Liberty, Randolph county, passeu with amendments and was ordered to be ensrrossed. House bill 403, to allow the construe tiou of a vault in the trea-urv dermrt- nieut. was nut on its third resdintr ar.rl was laid on the table. House bill 305, to create the new township of Goshen in Wiikts county, passid and was ordered to be engrossed. Mr. Long, of Alamance, moved to re CODsioer the vote bv which the bill re- luting to the treasury vault was laid on the table; and the home refused to reconsider. H"Ue bill 450, a l.T. t improve pub lie roads by the use of couvic't labjr, on motion o! 'dr. Vul-c?, of Buncombe, was laid on lb table. House ;.;11 494, to allow clerks of the superior courts thirty days to visit the World's Fair, was laid on the table. IIou3e o.ll 500 to amend section 717 of the C de in relation to compensation of j i6tic;s of the peace in certain casts, wae laid on the table. House bill 518, to amend section 8 of chap'f-r 34, laws of 1S85. relating to the s v.u bw in Ch dhaai ar.d Aiiu..ace c .-unlit 3, amended by making ii applioa b:; only to Alamance, passed and was crierei to oj engrossed. (By cojscot, Mr. B.air introduced a I' ll to incorporate the Charlotte, Sarry and Guiifoid railroad. Referred to the c rumittee on corporations.) By consent, Mr. Long introduced a bill to incorporate the town of E on College, Alamance county. Corporations. its IIoiiHCOfKe renenlatlveB. Wednesday, Feb. 15. The house was called to order this morning at 10 :30 o'clock by Speaker Overman and opened there was much sentiment behind the biil. There was no demand for it; admit thit taxation without representa tion is wrong. Carry out the principle; where will it lead to? Widows, minors and others are taxed. The law fixts the road ages. The worker is free after 45. Men ought to be willing to surren der those years of young manhoo i as compensation for relief at 45. Mr. McKenzie siid if Mr. II It under stood the law as he did, he would ftel as he did He knows that every year of the young man from 18 to 21 belongs to the farm. Mr. Schulkeu opposed the bill. Mr Blair moved to lay the bill on the tab'e, on which mocion Mr. Long, of A'amance, dewanded the ayes and noes; ard the bill was laid on the table by a vote of ayes 59, noes 43. House bill 612, for the relief of J. B. Smith, sheriff of Cumberland county. Mr Smith, as sheriff, had deposited in the People's Bink of Fayetteville, at the time believed to be a sound and solvent institution, between 2,500 and 3,000, the proceeds of his collection of tuxes. The bank had unexpectedly f il u. Out of the wreck he had only been able to collect 340. The bill passed aud was ordered to be engrossed. House bill 543, to extend the limita tious of lands sold for taxes Mr. Vance, of Buncombe, sent forward a substitute, and on his motion the bill Wi referred to the Finatce committee with instructions to incorp jrp .rte with the machiuery act. H-use bill 611, to amend chapter 157, acta of 1883. relating to the F yette ville graded and normal school, strikes out the word "white" wherein it occurs, submits to the voters of Cross Crok township the question of school or no school Special registration provided for. Trusties term expire M-iy lr, S03 Successors eleeed f-r t years, fourteen adopted as the number of trus tees. Tax levy 75 cents. The bill passed second reading by a vote of ayes 97, noe3 none. House bill 603, to prevent organizi tiocs of secret oath bound societies, makes participants ineligible to places of honor or trust ineligible as jurors either in civil or criminal cases. The jury lists to oe revised to exclude all wno are sus pected with good reason, does not apply to tnose who voluntarily withdrew before 1893. Mr. Kitchin said he had introduced the bill, and he had accomplished his object. He had his doubts about the extent of the membership of the order in the house. He found that the commit tee bdlonged to the band. Mr. Kitchin moved to table the bill on which Mr. Erwin, of Cleveland, de raanded the ayes and noes. Tho motion failed, and also the motion to table, and the bill passed its second and third read ings. House bill 614, to prohibit ii.L'uj f r tn ut for gtwo years in Howards creek, Witauga county, passed and was or dt ted to hi engrossed. Mr. Allen moved to reconsider the v te by which house bill 643, in rvb.tion to si crtt organ'zitions passed. He said it wis too serious a matter for fun. Reconsid eration was had. Mr. Spruill said thot pRssing bills as a j jke did net cojap rt wuh the dignity of the legislature It implied a rebuke to the house that in fiv ;::t. i:.'s ii hal to bc!r w1! CIVIL WAR IN KANSAS. it hr 1 so imprudently done. The time co nes to consider the folly of having f,o re- oDtider, Ho would call a halt. Tue c nmittec considered the bill and pro no-mced itr ii ast it because of uccoL.i Urional futures in it. Tutie was 110 politics in it. He Lop-id it vtclM go to tho table. Ifr. Kitchen said ho was asked to ia ti d'.cc the bill Hetnoufchl !itt'.; t.b at it. but h-s agrees with the fe'iire. f t e Ho hid the ex;mp!e of Cng.-. ss and Grievances. Mr. Jones, of Caldwell, to amend the ehsiter of the Lower Creek and Linville Valley Transportation company. Corpo rations. Mr. Lillington, to prevent the carrying of arms at public Catherines Proposi tions and Grievances. Mr. Moore, in regard to contested elec tion laws. Judiciary. Mr. Vance, of Buncombe, to incorpo rate Blick Creek public school. Corpo rations. Mr. Var-ce of Buncombe, to fix the fees of Justices of the Peace in certain cases finance. Mr. Smith, to abolish the fall term of Barrett Superior Court. Judiciary. Mr. Hudson, to amend section 3,835 of the code, rates of interest. Propositions and Grievances. Mr. Fuller, by request, to amend the charter nf Durham. Corporations. Mr. Buiamy, to establish the owner ship of lands in Bruuswick county Ju diciary. O t motion of Mr. Oliver the bilia in relati on to appropriations for the asylums were made the special ordr forlnday at 12 m. Mr. McNeill, from the committee on Priviiiges and Elections, relating to the contested seat of Mr. Bellamy, the sit ting member of the house from Bruns wick county, which was placed on the calendar. A communication to the Speaker, from Mr. W. J. Young of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum, was read, inviting the members and offioers of the house to a concert to be given this evening at 8 o clock. The unfinished business of yesterday was resumed being house bill 711, re quiring hotels and ioding houses to pro vide fire escapes. The amendment previously offered by Mr. Moore was put and lost. Mr. Erwin of Mecklenburg, offered an amendment excepting Charlotte from the operations of the bill. Mr. Allen said ordinarily he did not object to what might have only local sig nificarion. But this bill affected the whole traveling public, and concerns the whole State. There were many visitors to Charlotte, and they need protection there as well as elsewhere. Mr. Watson of Forsyth, agreed with Mr. Allen. He did not know much about the bill, but it might create hard ship. Fire escapes were important in large cities. He did not recall the burn ing to death in North Carolina of any one by burning in hotels. Thera is com paratively little danger. Mr. Erwin of Mecklenburg, said it was an important matter. The hotels in Charlotte thought so and were all pro vided. It would be unjust to put an ad ditional tax on them. The bill miskes a provision already applied. Mr. Holt was in favor of the biil. There was no need of an escape rope. Half an inch would do as well as one of an inch. A rope is good as a ladder. 7 X CALENDAR KESLME1). House bill 513, to extend the time for tue redemption of land sold for taxes. Mr. Watson said the law already h1 1s twelve months to redeem. Tais b:d allows twelve more. Mr. Vance, of Buncombe, oure i as an amendment to strikeout all tha; re Htes to cases when the time has already expirtd. He thought a farther time to re item lands sold at low prices was an act of justice Two years was a reaon 81 le time. He hoped the legislature would show indulgence. Mr. Ahen said il there was a necessity for a change it could be attained by an amendment to the existing law. Strike out "one" year and insert l,two," ihus having one law instead of two. Mr. Jones, of Caldwell, moved the reference of ihe bili to the committee on finance with instructions to incorporate the chief features of the bill iu the m chinery bill. He agreed with Mr. Vaace.J Mr. Vance, of Buncombe, felt disposed to give iouger time. He asked that the bill be passed over. Agreed to. Houi-e bill 731, to make unlawful the running at large of live stock in certain pans of Cumberland county, passed its ttcond reading by a vote of ayes 60, nays 8. Senate biil 243, House bill 015, to amend the charter of the town of Benson, Johnston county, passed and was ordered 10 be engrossed. House bill 727, a joint resolution in favor of Mrs. Emily Johnson, widow, whose husoand was killed at Drewry's Bluff, granting pension for the year 1890, heretofore omitted, passed and was or dered to be engrossed. House bill 570, to change the line be tween Graham and Jacon counties, was laid on the table. House bill 570, to give the board of railroad commissioners control of tele phone companies doing business in the state, on motion of Mr. Watson, ol ror syth, was laid on the table. House bill 549, to dt hue the quahhea- tioi.s of teli araoh operator.-, was laid oa the (able. House biil G18, to amend the Cede in relating to working the public roais changes the cgeof liability to work from 18 years to 21, on a discussion, passed its second reading. Mr. Moore rose before the question wafa put on the third reading of tue bill, and said if it became a law, it would cue off one third of the force of those wh o worked the roads. To have good r. ad they must be worked. Mr. Sfarnes hoped the bill would not pass. The joung men do the work They cannot vote uutil 21, but they dj not work the roads after 45. and then vote to the end of their days. Mr. McKenzie hoped the bill would pass. It is work without representation The time is coming when most of the woi k done must be done by taxation, and you can't tax until young men are 21. Mr. ljlair said, let the young men work and let the old folks stay at home; let tie boys do the work. Kr. Axley sa'd the bill ought to pass, lhu young men had worked tae loads bili. iu tha freedom to have a little fun so . e timea Mr. Wicker said he was tired ol G.J- e u s Band, the newspapers and the th rd prty. Hero in Wake county is a n in uider indictment as a member of G'd e n's Band. He hated Gideon's Bnd. Mr. Wr.t3on of Forsyth, snd if tt ore vr ,s an indictment in Wake me la,' is strong enough to handle it. As a m m b:r of the committee he hvl voed a: aicst it. v Mr. Allen said, in addition to v nat Mr. Watson of Forsyth, had said oi the accion 01 the committee, he b-iK red there is in North Carolina such a thing as Gideon's Band. The members of it ought to be caught and punished. He took into consideration the laws in ex istence. Men were eutitled to a fair trial. There were offensive features in this bill espionage, exclusion from the jury list, putting men on trial, excluding any man on suspicion from the jury box. Un motion of Mr. Jones of Caldwell, the bill was indefinitely postponed. Mr. Jones of Caldwell, reported back from the Judiciary committee the sub stitute for house bill 663, in relation to the distribution of the acts of the Gen eral Assembly. The bill appoints a committee of three, to exist for twenty days, to examine and separate the laws into two volumes. Pub lie and Private laws, the first to have the same distribution as now about 4.500 volums. The other not to be sent to magistrates, but to clerks of courts, etc., about 1,500 copies, altogether securing a saving of about $5,000. The biil passed and was ordered to be engrossed. Mr. Vance, of Buncombe, by consent, introduced a bill for the relief of the State Alliance, to peanut stockholders an opportunity to secure their invest ments. The bill passed the second read ing, and on going to a third reading. Mr. Vance, of Buncombe, demanded the previous question, and under that rule the bill passed its third reading and was ordered to be sent to the senate without engrossment. Then Mr. Vance, of Buncombe, intro duced a bill to incorporate the North Cfrolina State Farmers' Alliance, which was referred to the committee on agri culture. uy consent, Air. Alerntt introduced a bill to satisfy certain judgments again3t the Universitv, which was referred to the committee on Claims, and the house adjourned until to morrow morning at 10:30 o'clock. REPl'BLICIN OF THE . LEGISLATURE Break lu the Hall With Sledge-Hauf merit The Militia Called Out to Fjeet Them A Bloodless Battle The Kepubll cans In Pottte alon. Tope k a, Kau., Feb. 15. 10 a. iu. Gov ernor Lewelline; has just calk-fl out the state militia to eject the members of the republican house from the hall of representatives, they having just effected a forcible entrance through the doors barred by populists, by meins of sledge-hammers. A riot is immi ueut. Later. Toixka, Kau., Feb. 15. A bloodless but exciting battle took place between the repub licans anil populists at the house entrance to the representative hall this inoruinir. The populists who have had possession of the hall :u th afternoons, adjourned yesterday till this afternoon, and, as has been the custom since the beginning of the session, the repub licans expected to hold their regular morning session to-day, hut last night the populf-ts swore in a large number of assistant ser-eauts-at-arms, who were placed on guard and the doors and entrances to the hail were locked this morning. No one was admitted 1o the hall, excepting populists and members of the press, and they were required to show a pass snid run the gauutlet of a dozeu guards. The republicans were fully informed of all these preparations to exclude them from the hall and last night one hundred men were sworn iu as officers of the republicans and at G o'clock the members of the republi can house, with their officers, started from their headquarters for the state house and marel ed through the long corridors leading to the representative hall Unimpeded. The little column forced its way through the line of guards stationed ut the foot of the stairs in the west wing and started upstairs. On the tirst landing was a crowd of populist officer under the command of Adjutant-General Arty. They were armed, and the advancing republican crowd were met with muzzles of revolvers and Winchesters. The adjutant general commanded them to halt, but no stop was made, and the advance guard pushed into the crowd of populists. Three or four of them succeeded in passing the doorkeepers after a brief struggle and getting inro tne nan, out tne populists succeeded in closing the door and barring it. The republi cans on the outside demanded admittance, anp when it was denied them, Speaker Doug lass swung a sledge-hammer aud began to batter the heavy doore leading from the cloak room. It took many blows to beat a passage way tnrougu, but the doors finally gave wav aud the republican legislators surged in with a loud shout. The populists promptly re treated and now the republicans are in full possession of the hall. Ever since the open mg of the session the populists have had the committee rooms, sergeant-at-arms room and the chief clerk's room. These were all locked and guarded onthe outside, but after the house had been called to order the republicans battered down the doors and took possession of them without encouuterinr anv resistance. At 10 o clock there were a few populists in the representative hall aud the republican house had settled down to regular order of business as if nothing unusual had happened. The assistant sejgeauts-at-arms, each wearing bright red ribbon, promenaded the aisles and lobbies. The republicans aud populists are both swearing iu ollicers as fast as possible to be In readiuess fo.- emergency. Where Im fir. Leane The PopullHta Need her Leadnhip. Toi-eka, Kan., Feb. 15. The republi cans have always had the postoffice, and with the capture ol the other two rooms they had for the first time since the leg slature met full possession of the hall At 12:40 o'elock the republicans added thirty or forty recruits to their force of assistant sergeant at arm3 by the cadets of Washburn College appearing in the hall and taking the oath before the ser geant at-arms. The populist janitor un dertook to freeze out the republicans by shutting ctl the steam from the ball. The following order was delivered by Adjutant General Artz to Col. J. W. F Hughes: "You are hereby ordered to as sume active command of all the officers and men of the Kansas National Guard assembled in Topeka and around the state house By order of L. D Lewel ling, commander in chief." The republicans this afternoon ap pointed a committee consisting of Sher man, Warner and Cubbison to visit Gov craor Lewelling and agree upon, if pos sible, suspension of hostilities. They proposed that both houses agree to ad journ until a case could be made in the supreme court and finally adjudicated. The governor wouldnot entertain the proposition, but suggested that the re publican bouse adjourn until to morrow. Of course the republicans would not consent to this. At 2 :45 Colonel Hughes stationed a company of militia in the lower hall of the west wing of the state house immediately below the hall of the house of representatives. Speaker D ouglass then read to the house a pro clamation which he had prepared relat iog what had taken place and cailiDg upon the people of the state to rally to the support of the republican house. The proclamation was greeted with wild enthusiasm. The populist house met in the base ment of the west wing of the state house this afternoon pursuant to adjournment, but almost immediately adjourned until to morrow. Governor Lewling issued a proclama tion this afternoon at 2: 30 o'clock, stat- ng that as militia now in Topeka was not sufficient, five provisional companies would be organized, composed of volun teers. Only three companies, however, have been organized and they are of thirty men each. Other companies will be organized if necessary. D. M, Scott, republican member from Hodgeman county, who happened to be at Ottaw to day, telegraphed that he would be here with 300 armed men on the first train. D. B. Anthony telegraphed that 1,000 men would come from Leavenworth. Columbus telegraphed that 400 men would come from there at the command of Speaker Douglass. In the show in business which the re publicans made after getting possession of the hall Speaker Douglass used as gavel the sledge hammer which he used on the doors to gain entrance. HOKE SII1TII WINS. To be Secretary of the Interior-other t'allera on flr, Cleveland. Naw Yoke. Feb. 15. -P resident .rr Cleveland came up to the city at bis usual hour this morning from Lakewood. Sigourney Butler, of MassichussetU.was the first caller. It was announced at the office that Mr. Cleveland had come to New York to meet certain people relative to various minor appointments. mr. vieveiana sent out word from his private office that he would see no one else. Th ap pointments to be considered were to have no relation to the cabinet The fact that Clark Howell, editor of the At. lanta Constitution, and Bluford Wilson were in me city and Hoke Smith was ex pected to arrive to da v. led to that to day's conferecce was to be had with them and other representative r.f the south Following Butler's call. Wilson Bissell and Dan Lamont were admitted together with W. A. Beach, a personal irund of Mr. Cleveland, from the north- ern part of the state. Hoke Smith, of Georgia, was the last to arrive and was at once admitted. He remained with Mr. Cleveland upwards of an hour and a half. He refused ta rat anything in regard to whit had passed between him and Mr Cleveland as he left the office. Ei Governor Campbell, of Ohio, and Rhodes, editor of the Birmingham Alabima News called early in the after noon and were admitted when Smith left. Mr. Cltveland left his office earlier to day than usual and . started for the ferry at 3:35 p m. When asked regard -ing the report that Hoke Smith had been offtred the secretaryship of the in terior, he said : "It's true: ves. its true. and if I live he will have a nlace in the cabinet." Ex-Senator John V. Kiernan called upon Mr. Cleveland late this afternoon and left the office only a few minutes oeiore the president elect started for Lakewood. Lakewood, NJ., Feb. 15 Mr.Cleve- land announced the name of the fifth member of bis cabinet this evening. It is that of Hoke Smith, of Georgia, for secretary ol the interior. In making the announcement Mr. Cleveland said: "I met Hoke Smith, of Georgia, in mv office in New York to day. He called at my request, i offered him the position of secretary of the interior and he ac cepted. I wish to say that I have not written any mail or received any letters or other communications from him. and that to day was the hrst time I have seen him since th-j election." We announce In advance In order to avoid confrwlon that W. H. King &Co.'a drag store, Williams & Haywood's old stand, will be headquarters for t;.R- IEN FEs this year. SALE OP VERY Y A LIABLE CITY Property.-By vtmt of a decree ot th fenperioreonrtof Wake oonttr in the tn.i prooeeduira for partition, entitled Maaleey A. Hoftert and other, et-r arte, No. 6W spe cial proceedtcfte docket of said court, I will offer for to the hiRhcet bidder, at ptblio outcry at the court houee door, tn the city of Baleen, N. C, on Monday, the 6th Cay ol February, 1893, at 13 o'clock M., the lot of land i tea ted on aarr.n etreet. tn aaid eltr. knnwn it,. Fowi.1 Brruusa " adjouun the lot of A, . Mtal, li. 1'. Williamson, and nthara innL ing 50 feet on Mamn street and extending back 69 feet. " Term of aale One-half ot the nnrehui. money to bo paid in cash and the remainder tn twelve mouths trom dav of tale, the de ferred ryrJnU to bear 9 per cent, interest. , ., , ABMIeTEAD JONEH. decSl-tdi (VunnwiAn.1 Tni' sale has Wen rot nnnil tintil Uavi- lay, February 27th. lyt. at 12 o'clock m. S A I. EOF V ALI'AIILE CITY I'KOP erty. By virtue of authority conferr ed by deed of mortace executed by C. B. L pchn'-ch and wife Adeline, recorded In the office of the lteK'lster of Deeds of Wake county. cok 121. pane .VWl, will eJl for cat h at public anctlon at the court; hoisa door In Kaleth. on Monday the nh day of February. 1MM, a carta! n lot In the city of Haleih on the south side of Wet Davie streiet. adjolnlngthe landsof B. F. Moore'a heirs and J. . Brown, known ma tb. Gorman lot. together with the improve ment" thereon, nuve fnllv dtwcritmlin said deed of mortxase. linif or sale 12 o'clock m. PACK At HOITSIIA1.T. Jal td- AUorueys for Morttrairee. Male r Land. On Tiiecday. the 7th dav f March. IrtU" it m., at the court hon door iu the city ol Haleiirh, 1 will m il at public auction a lot ol land utusted on a lane rtinuinir from l-..t lvie street, eitended to Kant Inmr sir! extended junt eal of th citr ol lUleigh and fronting SO feet on paid lane and fully de scribed in a deed ot triiKt recorded in tha ofti-e of tho Kegieter 'f lH-e.ii. of Wake coun ty, Imhie IIS, pae Vi, trt which reference is nereby made as a part of ttlnn advertisement. Sale made under and by virtue of a deed of trust executed t me by Annie Harwood, the record of which is above referred to and at the request ol the cestui- que trust therein named. Tern s. cash. I'll us. it. rriiNKi.i. lebS-td Trnstaa. Divers m altera up and Considered III Ihe Senate. Washington, Feb. 15. Tho confer ence report on army appropriation bills was presented, read and laid over until to morrow. The consideration of sundry civil appropriation bills was proceeded witn. ine reading of the bill having been finished reserved amendments were taken up ; the first being a series in re ferenceto World's Columbian Exposi tion. Mr. Quay offered his amendment making all appropriations for the expo sition conditional on Sunday eloping, iir. Allison hoped that Mr. Quay would not press that amendment. It was only a reproduction 01 a part of the legisla tion of last year, every provision of which had been complied with. With that assur, ance Mr. Quay withdrew his amendment and then all committee amendments as to the World's Fair were sgreed to. The next series of reserved amendments were those for the improvement of rivers and harbors. At 2 p. m. unfinished business, Nicaragua canal bill, was laid before the senate, but at the request of Mr. Gorman, democrat, it was laid asiJe temporarily and the consideration of the sundry civil approyriation bill was pro ceeded with. A long discussion ensued, turning largely on advantages of con tinuing the contract system. While the discussion was progressing, with Mr. Allison on the floor, Mr. Pruden, a nee retary of the president, appeared as ths bearer of the message. As soon as it reached the vice president, Mr. Sherman knowing that it related to Hawaii moved to proceed to executive business. The motion was agreed to and the galleries were cleared and the doors were closed and the senate was left to discuss the Hawaiian question in secret. The doors were re opened at 4:45 and then the business of the senate was suspended in order that a fitting tribute might be made ta the memory of the late repre sentative Mr. McDonald, of New Jersey, who died on the 5th of November last. Usual resolutions of regret were of fered by Mr. McPhereon and agreed to, and the senate at 5 p. m. adjourned till to morrow at 11 a. m. Noam Oauomjia, I la the Superior Court. Wake Oounty, J February Term, 18V3. Mollie . Thompson vs. Walter Thompson. This is an action brought to obtain a divorce irom Walter lhompsou from the bonds of matrimonv. It appearing to the court that Walter Thorn p son is a non-resident ot the Htatn of North Carolina, and that the Sheriff of Wake oounty, . after exercising due diligence, cannot execute ' the summons in tins c&ne on the said Walter Thompson it is therefore ordered that service on the said Walter Thompson be made by pubhcaUon in The Stat". Chronicle, a weekly newspaper, published in the city of Raleigh, N. C.. once a week lor six weeks, notifying the said Walter Thoa peon to appear before Wake Superior court, and then and there answer the complaint w hich will be filed in the case, or demur thereto, during the term of Wake Superior court which commence on the 1st Monday before the 1st Monday in March, lh'.i3, t eing the y7th dar of February, IW3 And lot him take notice' that if he fails to appear and answer or demur, and defend the said action, that the plaintiff will apply to the oonrt for the relief deruamled in the com plaint. Jno W Thomi-hok, Clerk. Januarv 2, IH'XX XOKTH CAUOLISA, i Notice of summons f and warrant of at 1 tHchrnent. Joneph W. Etheridge bead. Beaufort, N. C, Feb. 15. Mr. Jos eph Y. Etheridge, superintendent of the sixth life saving district, died to night. He was out in a blizzard in January and contracted a cold, which resuitsd in his death. r I long enough. Mr. Holt was under the '.X Odd Fellow Temple Burued. Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 15. The Old Fellows temple at Canton was burned at 2 o clock this morning, with loss of ?7 , 000. Three firemen were injured by the falling walls. Wm. Rieth and Fraak Kelley were buried beneath a pile of brick. Rieth will probably recover, t ut it is feared that Kelley is fatally injured. Assistant Chief Adam Hobart was hit bv impression ' falling brick and seriously hurt. House. Washington, Feb. 15. The commit tee on agriculture met this morning with nearly all the members present, and by a unanimous vote adopted a resolution asking the committee on rules for a spe cial order giving one or two days for the consideration of the anti option bill Cloture is not a iked in the resolution. but will be moved on the floor of the nouse. 1 ae committee men waited on Speaker Crisp and laid the resolution before him . Wakk County". Arthur A. Spltzer, plaintiff, va. Thomaa W. Po-ter. dclnK businees aa Porter it Co., flefendaul. The defendant above named will take noura " that a eummon in the above enUtled action was inmied on tho 1st day ol February, lwn, by W V. Haywood, a JastiKt of the I'eaen of Wake county. North Carolina, for the sum of one hundred and tiinety-tuuo dollar and forty-two cent (f i'.rj i ', ,ln the said plaintiff by account for personal wrviois rendered him and expense whila rendering Ui same which summons m returnable before tho said Justice at the otlioe ol Strong fit Strong in the it? ot UaleiKli in said eountv aud State, on he 'Hth dsynt Febrnarv. A. I), isy.t Th. b leiirfaut will a'so take notice that a warrant I attachment was tnd by the said Justice 1. the Maid 1st dav ot F-bruarv. wbich warrant is returnable t f..re tb said JnsUca at the time and plscn aU.ve namod for the re turn of the HUiii'uoit-: and that the defendant s require 1 to appear U.foie the said Justice at the place alxivt, i.m-1 on the 17th day of March. A. I. l.M, at tbn hour of 'j .. and and answer or demur to the complaint of Ui plaintiff, or the relief dt manded therein will be cranted. 'Ibis 1st day of Febrnarv, A. D. W W. I). HAYWOOD, J. I. Sti: .no & Stuon'., Attorney. DIVIDENDS Declared annually In the Old Reliable Mutual Benefit LUfe Insurance. Com nan v of Newark, N. J., are the Urirewt. 1 be aim or the cScxrs la to The Detain Kate to the loweet point and to bring her expenses down to the mini mum. That they have done so TII13 COST OF A policy In this Company proves. Her contract contain only icnaranteeo. No estimate are Klven out by her to mislead the on weary stwker a'ter LIFE INSURANCE. We do not claim to the larirwrt. We are merely the Beet Company. A clean record tor forty-seven itn?. JOHN C. I JKE WRY, Sute AKect for North and South Carolina, KALKIwH. N. C. Active A srent Wnn'1. Dr. Graves Will Not be Tried Again. Denver, Col., Feb. 15. It has be come evident that Dr. Graves will never again be tried for the murder of Mrs Barnaby. Attorney Stephens communi cated with the witnesses at Providence, Rhode IsUnd, to Und out if they would again come to this city to testify in the case. They responded that they would on the same conditions as before. These conditions were miieage from Piovidence and per diem for time consumed. These conditions cannot be compiled with now as the county commissioners refuse to sanction the expense. Attorney Stepb ens announces mat mere win be no attempt made to retry Graves. The Pope TlalntaliiM Satolll's Proposals. London, Feb. 15. A special dispatch received in this city from Rome, sayB in consequence of the reports from Amen can bishops on the school question, the Pope, in an address to the American Episcopate, will maintain in their entirety Monsigaor Satolli's proposals and will especially and firmly support the sixth proposal. Monsignor S. Barreti, who has been appointed auditor, and Rev Hector Papi, who has been apoointed secretary to Monsignor Satolli, wifT leave Rome for Washington directly after the fete in honor of the Pope's Episcopal ju bilee. President Voe Buck Hhootlug. Washington. Feb. 15. The Presi dent will leave here this afternoon for Benjies, Maryland, for a few days duck shooting. A RARE BARGAIN FOR INVESTORS. The N. 6. "ATagon Factory and Material for Sale. Catallna Wrecked Eight Hroiiiird, London, Feb. 15. A serious marine disaster is reported. The bark Catalina owned at Bremen was wrecked off Mull of Galloway, and the captain and seven of the crew were drowned. Four were saved. The Catalina is commanded bv Capt. Schutte, and left Wilmington, North Carolina, on October 27th last for Bowling, port on the Clyde between Dumbarton and Glasgow. Since has been engaged in other traffic The Will of vira. Whitney. New York, Feb. 13. The will of the late Mrs. Fiora Payne Whitney, wife of ex 6 cretary of Navy Whitney, was to o.jy riled for probate. It was executed Jo unary 31, 16'J3, and leaves all her property, real and personal, to her hus th iu and makes him sole executor. The property is valued at nearly one million dollars. By vlrtne of authority jrlven In a deed la trust from the North Carolina Wavon Company recorded In the ItebiVer's omcs of Wake county !n book , pae , we will hell on Tnt 'ay, February 21, 1W, the entire site 'od plant of the sld com pany, situated Ihe city of it a i. ei; 11, . :., on the N. C. R. B, with aide track leading thronn the yard. All the bulJdintrs. are commodious, and new. The machinery cornparativelj new, with capacity of twen ty wagons per day. At wue nmi we wui wll a Urire lot or Gntahed and nnflnlched waron, flnbthed spokes, bobs and rims. A bio a lurire lot of band Iron, tire Iron and round Iron, holta. clips. Iron ax'.e-i and ad kinds of material rtHed In watron maklmr. Ineindln about two hundred thousand feet of well Heanon ed oak lumber. Time of le II o'clock . m. Terms, cah: but special terms may l made If d- sired. For particulars and cat alosrue giving full description of plant, machinery and material, apply to under signed. W. A. M VATT, J. N. HOLDING, Janu try 14, VI Trute. t?l. The Tyler lek t,. f Bu Lli, Mo., have ast thrown oa the market an elegant Standard Antique Oak, 1 ft. 0 in.. Roll Cnrta'.n Jik. complete In every de tail. F. O. B. St. Loala, for 121, and 5 ft., same style and Snirih, for IZl net, snot catth. See their card In this lasae. Send yonr order direct or send for special circu lar. Bank cotuitrs and government work a specialty. Send In your floor plans for designs and prices.