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iLLKli!l IN BIUEK. LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND THE CAPITAL. 1 . . i I Some oi The Folks XOu Inoiv uuu Their Doings. of Warrenton x ?.I lic C. A. here. Cook, E?q., is Short Items of Xpw (inthercd n thr Fly by the Chronicle' lleporte..,. Taxrs are due, and don't you forget it. Tho Capital Club anticipate moving Into new quarters in the Henry building this week. Two land companies have launched their schemes in Raleigh, and two more are being formed. Geo. O. Morris has far surpassed any of his former scenic efforts in A Legal Wrong." Chicago News. There will be an important meeting of Manteo Lodge, I.O. O. F., to-night. Work in the second degree. Sheriff J. W. Crowell and Mr. Silas Lucas, of Wilson, brought four prison ers to the penitentiary yesterday. Tho new mission chapel being erected in west Raleigh by the First Baptist church is approaching completion. The sheriff yesterday issued certificates of election to the county officers and members elect of the legislature in Wake county. Six handsome new residences are in course of construction in the North eastern part of the city, and double that number are going up in other parts of tho town. Any person who has lost a tamo deer in this section should make tho fact known to Box 193, city postoffice, and describe property. The deer has been found and is well cared for. Tho municipal election come3 off next May, and already there is talk about who shall be the next Major. All the Ciikosicle wants is a live man. Mayor Thompson is tho man, of course, but he has said positively that he cannot take the office for another term. Who shall his successor bet Tho chamber of commerce which meets to-night will probably take some action with reference to a new system oi sidewalks. This matter has been quiet long enough gentlemen. It is no credit to a town to have to do so much fighting and so much talking to secure an abso lute public necessity. Aro you remembering that chrysanthe mum show? It will be the nicest affair and most pleasing incident of tho season. The last one netted about $275 for St. John's Hospital, and the coming show ought at least to equal the last one in that respect. It will surpass the last one in all other features. Late yesterday afternoon Mr. N. R Young, manager of the Western Union Telegraph company, shot and killed, near Spring Hill, an owl of unusually large size. The big bird, which was ap parently of considerable age, was found in the wood, and was large enough to carry off a full grown fowl. Some time ago the Chronicle made mention of the fact that Rev. Baylus Cade had invented a type-writer, the mechanism of which was such that it could be used on record books, journals, ledgers, &c, and intimated that the time would soon come when a set of bank books or commercial books of any kind would be written up by a type-writer in stejid of a Den. The machine is now about completed. It is Cram's shops, in this city Her sir'. rVmves ieh Till on a visit to Kinston R. N. Hackett, Ezq., cf Wilkes, was here yesterday. Miss Mary Kerr Bingham to Mrs. E. E. Moffit. Judge Strong went down yesterday on legal business. Mrs. MacRae went down to Fayette ville yesterday to visit friends. Attorney-General T. F. Davidson went up west yesterday afternoon. Mr. J. Ruffin Williams is sick at his residence on South McDowell street. J. A. Hoskins, E?q , of Greensboro, registered at the YarDoro yesterday. Mr. Richard A. Seawell has come up from Georgia, and is spending a few days here. Miss Lila Dicks, who has been visiting Mrs. T. W. Bell, will leave to-day for her home in B ayetteville. Miss Flora Creech, who has been in Marion for some months past, returned to her home in this city yesterday. Mr. Geo. P. Hart, associate editor of the Greensboro Democrat, passed through Raleigh yesterday to attend Louisburg court, and from that point he will attend the Rocky Mount fair. over two years e:i spent i is : IOVi n YoilnJC IlOiisC Will .-t ij ia Hal .Vex: Suc-mer. rr. ?. Bachelor's famous horse, Pamlico, arrived in tie city Saturday morning, having been a7"ay from horre mostot the time navirg he tHn tnrf. Parah- ort-u. trotting nors lie is in his sixth year, and hi3 record a3 a rive year-old is unapproacbed by any horse in this country. As a three-year-old he first b:camo prominent as a trot ter when be made a mark of 2.37 on the fair ground track. In his fourth year he was placed in the hands of Mr. J. H. Goldsmith, of New York city, a driver and trainer of rational reputation. When four years old he only appeared in two or three races, but improved wonderful ly over his three-year old form, and at the close of the season he had placed to his credit 2.27. This year he has been in no less than fourteen races, eleven of which he has won and never finished worse than third in either of the other three. In these races he has had to contend with the cream of the trotting turf, and notwithstanding this he has made a oeuer record as a trotter than any horse that has ever cornrted with him. His record of 2:16 1-4 is the fastest fifth heat ever trotted by any horso. During the season, now at its close, he has beaten such good ones as Suisin 2:19; Alfred S 2:17 1 4; L-op ard Rose. 2:14: Andaate 2:17 3 4; Mar- - Vcchcr Report, aturo 73; mimmuTi iipci fall, 0.G0 Washington, D ca?t fo; Virginia, r cu the in:7 fcoribtfastfly. Xoth Oaroliuj. cool ry teoiper.it ur-i on itu wiuUs. ure co; ram- No v. 10. Fore- followed by 'light cooler ; wmuo Decora- , mil COHi Nation Charity Ball on Thauluiving. There will be givon at the Yarboro House on the evening of Thanksgiving Day, a charity ball for the benefit of " Sc. John's Hospital. Ladies attending are expected to wear calico dresses, and this notice is given in time sufficient to permit the making up of such costumes as may be desirable. Everybody cordially invited. Admis&.on for gentlemen $2,00 each. A MINISTER'S ACCIDENTAL DEATH. mong the delegates who passed garetS. 2:18; Allerton, 2: 13 3 4 and nu through the citv yesterday en route for Shelby to attend the Baptist State Con vention were Rev. J F. Love, of Bay boro, and R;v. J. S. Dill, of Golds bo ro. Mr. J. A. Pearce, formerly solicitor for the Intelligencer, is in the city, and will remain a few days in the interest of the Souihern Building and Loan Asso ciation, of Huutsville, Ala., which has a local board in operation here. Miss Gertrude Jenkins, who was stenographer for State chairman Ed. C. Smith during the political campaign, left for her home yesterday. Her steno giaphic efficiency and ability is very warmly oiuphmenteU oy the cnairman, merous others that have repeatedly baa ten 2:20. One remarkable feature of his races was that he always failed to get the first heat, and in the majority of ca ses it took him two heats to get down to business. This all goes to show his remarkable pluck and staying qualities which all breeders earnestly seek. In placing an estimate on the val ue and speed of PamHco one should bear in mind that his record of 2:16 3 4 was made in the fifth heat of a race and not in a trial against time. It should also be rememb3red thatMaud S'best race record is 2:14 1-2, Jay Eye See's 2.15 3 4, and Guy's 2:1G 1-2, yet all three of them have records better than 2:11. It is safe to say that if ever Pamlico should be sent Rev. S. D. Franklin Thrown From His Buggy and Iustantly Killed. Special to State Chronicle. Wlnsion, N. C, Nov. 10. Yesterday while driving to an appointment on the Rowan circuit, Rev. S. D. iranklin, Mfthodist minister, was thrown from his bueay and instantly killed. His re mains will be brought here to-night for iu torment. He was a prominent Mason and once highly spoken of for the Oxford Orphan Asylum Suparintendency. The Foreign Brewery Syndicate. fBy United Press. Chicago, 111., Nov. 10. J. F. Hurst, representing the London Trust Com pany, in an interview yesterday said that the purchases of American brew eries by foreign syndicates amounted to but little over 1 per cent, of the brewing property in this country. Of the 3600 breweries in the United States, the foreigners have secured about GO, rep resecting something over 40 companies. TtfS WORLD'S CGMMEK0E. New Yors, November 10. Meters. Hubbard, Price & Company, in their cotton circular tc-uiunt cay : "Liv erpool declined 2 3-4 at the opening this morning and when New York immedi ately responded by a decline of some ten points Liverpool lost a further sixty- fourth. After the opening here this morning the market was steady at the decline of 7 to 10 points until after the receipt of the bureau report when a fresh plunge of soma six points was made, from which the recovery was feeble." Receipts at the ports to day were esti mated 60,000 bales, against 63,033 bale3 last week and 62,336 biles last year. The spot market is steady; middling uplands 9 5 8; sales o32 bales. Futures closed 3 to 6 points lower as follows: November 9 15 17 December 9 31-32 January 9 GO 61 February 9 1748 March..". 9 53-54 April 9 61-62 May 9 63- 69 June 9 7S-79 July 9 86-87 August 9 90-S2 Cotton. mSTRQPGLI? 'UESDaY GEOP.GE o. m. irt-it Sr. LEGAL vv Or Lost tv, - The Ohio 1' iiSs Great Specialties Ma Deck of the Moriiin-' Sea. Wreck in Mid-u, in the Trop.c. In aii lormance. Reserved Mac Kau'a Drug Siore tr. A J To tile TiV, I have established . the purpose of Tuniu-'j and OrjA!is, and wUi Piano (iiutar and li .,;,, entire time ta this work have my prompt attt.'. jui;traniee s-itista:tu et Jones wtivc-t. novS-3)dav.s .on. City. Galveston, Norfolk, Baltimore, Boston. Wilmington, Philadelphia ravannah. New Orleans Mobile, ilemphia, Augusta, Louisville, St. Louia, Sale! Tone. 5S9 1 Steady 1559 Quiet 300iioinT Quiet Dull Quiet 1975' Weak 3000 ; Easv 500'Eaey 3500; Quiet 12g3 Quiet I Steady 1000 Steady Mk't ltct- Ex. 9 9-16 9721 9 1-4 4339 50'30 9 1-2 5J)7 9 5-8 320 50 9 1-4 190 5532 9 7-8 162 .... 9 0-0 1195 7483 9 3-8 1451 9 7 16 4768 .... 9 3-8 1413 .... 9 9-16 1931 .... 9 5-8 9 7-16 3030 SPECIAL NOTICES. CHURCH NOTES. at Allen & and during her stay here she won numer- against time accompanied by a running ous cordial friend by her many very mate he would push 2:12. nWsnnt; and excellent social dualities. I .!-.' .1-. cr. . r - l . rry m T in w. His Discourse on the Congo Free States and the Mission Work a Great Treat -.It Ought to be Heard by Every One in Raleigh. The lecture by the Rev. John S. Wat kins, iu tho Presbyterian church on Sun day night, was attended by a large audi ence. For purposes of illustration a large map showing the Congo Free States was used and frequently referred to. The freedom of these States are guar anteed by the allied powers, including the United States. They extend from the east to the west side of the continent and are supposed to contain some 00, 000,000 inhabitants. The Doctor described in an iuterestiDg and graphic manner tho work of Liv ingston and Stanley. The physical con ditions of the country, the people, pres ent and contemplated improvements which will open this great country to the commerce of tne world and particu larly to missionary efforts. He held that the South had a peculiar interest in sending the gospel to the Some Notes of What the City Churches are Doing. On Sunday a collection was taken in Edenton Street church for Con r3rence purposes, and the amount realized was about $S50. Five new scholars were enrolled in the Sunday school of Central M. E. church, and there were two accessions to the church membership. It was au nounced that work would ba resumed on tho handsome new house of worship this week and continued till the build ing was completed. The building com mittee are hoping to fully complete aud and pay for the structure during this year. Eleven new scholars were enrolled in the Sunday school of the Baptist Taber- W. II. & It. S. TUCKER & CO. Dress Plaids. A new line of beautiful dress plaids at prices less than it cost to import them. We secured those through an impor ter who needed ready money to get spring goods through the Custom House. We learned of it he parted with the plaids we with the cash. These lovely goods we are now show- Sales of futures 17-1,000 bales. In Liverpool to-day spot cotton closed steady; middling uplands 5 3 8d; sales 8,000 bales. Futures clcsed easy as follows: November 5 15 November and December. 5 15 December and January 516 17 January and February 5 18 February and March 5 20 March and April 5 22 The City Cotton Market. Raleigh, Ih. C, Nov. 10 5 p. m. Middling 9K9i Middling 86 Quiet Reigns in BUSINESS OXji; This Season's Paekin-' -ID- Canned gc. -200 Can- IIoi:ie-p:;,.' , TOMATOE: Jtrom Alamanee, ( " Da video a Co i: tus, North Carolina p. PEACHES, QUINC Apples, Blackberri, p ' ' 150 Cans. This Season's ltc h;. j . YELLOW PEACHES BAiiTurr PEERLESS TOM T.v Lima Beans, Gn.cn ; and To- , , . -SUGAR CORN- i mg. W. it. ,v R. S. Tucker & Co. nacie. THE (GOVERNOR'S GUARD. Durham will hold a chrysanthemum last night. Capt. J. J. Barnard sent up show and festival to-morrow for the benefit of the Soldiers' Home. The ladies in charge are: Mesdames S. F. Tom lineon, A. G. Carr, L. A. Carr.V. Ballard, A. Fairbrother, S. Cv Anderson, J. F. Cain, B. L. Duke, E. S. Thomson, J. A. Robinson, J. II. Allen, H. N. Snow, W. W. Fuller, W. L. Wall, W. M. Morgan, E. A Heaftt, and J. M. Manning, as sissisted by the young ladies. Yesterday some fine and also some very 'catchy" pictures and chromos nrarck iatrihiitpd amnnf? the biiainpss bonnes and business offices of the citv The attraction in Metropolitan Opera by Mr. Ed. B. Barbee, one of Raleigh's House to-night is "A Legal Wrong." largest business men. inese pictures advertise the old "Egerton Scotch Snuff," which was a favorite article be fore the war, and which has steadily held its standard and excellency up to todav. Mr. Barbee is special State Mr. Stark Batchelor Elected Captain ot The Company. The Governor's Guard held a meeting dark continent, and described at length the endeavors of various branches of tie Christian church to enlighten its peopl -, nearly all of whom are in the deepest ignorance. The lecturer showed careful study of his subject and held the large audience spell bound, infusing his own broad missionary spirit in each hearer. Such lectures are worth hearing and worth repeating. . THE CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW. Fine ltntter At this season and for some months to come. Choice Northern creamery butter is at its best. We keep always the best that money ean buy, and mark prices down to the lowest possible point, fol lowing the market. Also Cloverdale Creamery But'er in one pound prints, -hum three times a week, li respects. IBERHARDT & PESCUD. fresh from th and perfect in ; his resignation as Captain on account of pressure of other duties. The resigna tion was accepted with regret. The company then proceeded to elect a successor to Capt. Bernard, and the unanimous choice of the company was Mr. Stark Batchelor. The announcement of his election was received with three hearty cheers for Captain Batchelor. The Theatre To-Night. BucklchN Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, ru'ses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay re quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 5 cents per box. For sale by John Y. vffacRae. Good Strict Middling 9 Strict Low Middling 8 Low Middling Market firm. Baltimore Produce Market. Cotton closed nominal. Middling uplands 9;- FLOUR Closed quiet ; Howard Street and Western super S.OOUS.SO: do. do extra 3.754.60; do. do. family 4.755.25; citv mills Rio brands extra oO'clS 37; winter wheat patent 5.3-5 f.0; spring do 5.655.90 do. do. straight 5.305.50. WHEAT Southern dull and eteadv; Fultz 98(,?l.O0: Longberry 9311 00: steamer No. 2 red 92; Western weak, No. 2 winter red spot and govern oer yo(t'.io. CO'tN Southern quiet and firm; white, old Gl63; new58(G0; yellow I ld G2(a61;new57 58; Western quiet; mixed spot and Novem ber 5U. OATS-Closed firm. RlJii Closed active ; prime to choice 7G77. PROVISIONS Closed firm. COFFEE Closed quiet. SUGAR Closed quiet; granulated G1.;. WHISKEY Firm. Baltimore Bond Market. J3ALTTMOEE, Md., November 10. Virginia tmees uiu Finest Line Canned Com Drop, Mountain Ro?- . mier, Forestviil,- s i :;i silk, &c. -c., $:,,., $1.50, f2.00 d All of Hie Little F Swim in the Hi ISH Rriek, Bats, liloek-. a-. 1 s . MACKEREL. DIMn Fat Family and Extra Sh and 3, KJe I 1P l I i I V I North Carolina Cut an ! u -TO CLOE CoXiuNMLN; PACKAGES PA(!i, : RUE IIEKRiN't, 20 New N. 1 r.n . , .. i il.OU VVl lid U ! I. (Ylliil R ROILED Salmon and Trm In Tomato Sv New New York Money Market. W. G. & A. B. STROK IB. All Immense Variety ot The Beauties To Be Shown. The annual chrysanthemum show to The St. Louis Globe-Democrat, speak- be htltl next Thursday, day and night, ing of the play, says: "A Legal Wrong," the nautical drama of sensational scenes, was given before packed houses at the People's yesterday agent for this article, and it has a larger atternoon and night by Geo. O Morris and more certain hold and sale on con sumers than all other brands of snuff combined in this section. A Little Shooting Allray. and an intelligent company. The play rings in the old conventional story of a bank robbery and and murder, with a marriage, a sea voyage and other addi tions to afford an opportunity for thrill ing scenes of realism. The cyclone at There was some excitement on Fayette- sea is a striking and vivid climax, where ville street about 12:30 o'clock last Sat urday night over the discharge of a pistol. Henry Hartsfield and Richard Qattis, two young men, had a quarrel over some matter during which Harts- field fired his pistol, though nobody was struck. Both parties were called up for a hearing before the Mayor and both were bound over to appear t the next term of Wake criminal court Hartsfield in a bond of fifty dollars and Gattis on his own recagnizance. Hartsfield has served a term in tho U. S. penitentiary at Columbus, Ohio, and has not long been out. An Ox's Bad Runaway. it seems that the salt sea waves will burst across the footlights and roll over the audience. But amid all this sensa tionalism runs an element of true pathos as well as a mixture of delightful comedy that lends a tinge of human in- will be something bsautiful and brilliant. It will be managed by a number of young ladies who of themselves would make the evening delightful, and they will appear in their proper element and thoroughly at home when surrounded by the numerous varieties and many-colored flowers of the glorious Indian summer. The State experiment farm alone has promised to show as many as one hun dred and sixty varieties of chrysanthe mums, and there will be a lovely dis play of many of the choicest and hand somest varieties from the private gar dens of the city. The show will be held on the lower floor ot the Henry building. All persons who have promised con tributions of flowers are particularly re- D ALEIGH AND AUGUSTA AIR-LINE IX J 9 effc it Sunday, Sept 7th, 1890. GOING SOUTH. No. 43. No. 25. Passenger Freight & & Mail. Passenger Le'v Kaleigh, 9 00 am 6 00 pm Cary, U 17 G 40 Merry Oaks. . 9 55 8 20 Moncure, 10 07 8 39 Saniord 10 35 9 22 Cameron, 11 03 p m 10 13 South'n Pines 11 30 11 06 Ar'ive Hamlet 12 45 1 00am Leave " 1 15 n m ' Ohio, l 34 rri Gibsop, 1 50 pin GOING NOKTH. No. 36. iork, iov. IU. Monev was s'rmcpnt to-day tho rates at times commanding Y of 1 per c- nt. per diem in addition to tho' legal rate, bix per cent, was the lowest rate. The nignesi rate was current at the cloe. Ex change closed steady at 4.80K4.86; actual rates 4.801 tor 60 davs andis-iV mand. Governments closed steady; currencv sixes 113 bid; four (coupons) 123; four-and -a-nans (coupons) iuiuid GRO0ERS-CONFH RAKEK FINEST French Candies, Tassenger No. 26. Freight 4 Passenger 4 45 am 6 38 7 30 8 16 9 02 9 21 10 25 10 50 am terest to the play. There is some good quested t0 gend them in s fcarl a nnurn anil ilnnninn a Ian I A. . , . J i singing and dancing also Seats on saie at Macliae's drug stere Off For The Baptist State Convention. An ox made a bad runaway on Wil mington street yesterday. The mischief got into the animal and he started off up Bailey, Rev. Dr. Thos E. Skinner, Rev The Baptist host of the State will meet in annual convention in Shelby to-mor row. The delegation from this section will leave for that point this morning at 9 o'clock over the Raleigh and Augusta Air Line. Among those who will go from Raleigh are Rev. Dr. J. W. Carter, Rev. Dr. J. J. Hall. Rev. Dr. O T. sible on Thursday morning. During the day lunch will ba served by the ladies, and all the refreshments and delicacies of the season will be ser ved at night. This is going to be something that nobody can afford to miss. Note it down. The show is for the benfib of St. John's Hospital. Dr. V. I. II u bee Dead. & Mail. L )ave Gibson, 2 40 p.m. ' Ghio 2 53 Arrive Hamlet, 3 10 Loavo " 3 30 Southern Pinea 4 29 Cameron, 5 01 Sanford, 5 30 Moncure, 5 57 Merry Oaks 6 10 Cary, 6 50 llaieigh 7 10 a m CARTHAGE 11AIL110AD. Leave Carthage 7:45 a. m. and 2:35 p m. Arrive Cameron 8:25 a. m. and 3:10 p. m. Leave Cameron 11:45 a. m. and 4 53 p. m. Arrive Carth;e 12:20 a. m. and 5:35 p. m. PITTSBOKO ROAD. Xo. 35. No. 2G. Leae Pittsboro 4.43 p. m. 8 05 a m Arrive Moncure 5:30 p. m. 8 50 a m No. 25. Xo. 36. I .ave Moncure 8:45 p.m. 10 15 am A,ri. Pittsboro y:3U p. m.. 11 CO a m J. C. WIXDER, Gen'l Manager. U T. MYERS, Gen'l Supt. . WM. SMITH. Supt X LT2IGH AND GASTON RAILROAD. J. V in effect Sunday Sept. 7th,at 8:30 p. m. New York Produce Market. FLOURClosed quiet aud easy; fine grades spring z.io(s-jzd; southern dull; trade and iamuy extras io(go.25. tit itn i -n i i i T yuicAi-uusea bteaay; wo. a red winter 1.03Vl.05; Xo. 2 red winter November uns uiosed nrni; No. 2 m'xed 59W& 60; No. 2 mixed November 59V. OATS Closed dull; spot sales, No. 1 white oi; .u. z mixeu cash; do. November 48. PORK Closed dull; mesa 11.2511.50 for new. LARD Closed quiet and weak; December oUviAK ltenned closed steadv; cut loaf and crushed b.ai. COFFEE- Closed steady ; fair Bio goes 20. 40-' p'ju:i FINEST GhocoSa'e Crearn Dro:s 25c pound. DO NOT FORi That we have the Xi?i -t, N RY car- WHITEST, IX THE S'l A i i", And bake t NICEST AND of - Chicago Produce Market. uhicaqo, 111., inov. iu. Wheat opened weak. Oorn and oats steady. Provisions strong. Closings: WHEAT December 97;5; May 1.04. v. uitiN November d'; December 51, OATS May 46. PORK December 9 80; May 12 70. LAUD December G.12; May G.85(?16.87X. RIBS December 5.45; May 6.25(g,6.27. Nashville Produce Market. i iiivi. vyiuatsu uun; iso. rea win ter 1.U2. ijursrs uiosed nrm at an advance; white milling U6. BREAD, CAKES, PIE S. Al T V TK.UJfS MOVING XOBTH. No. 26. the street in a gallop and wouldn't stop for people, bricks, cudgels nor anything else. People who saw the brute coming cleared out as best they could, but one little boy named Crabtree was not quite quick enough, and he was run over and badly hurt. The wheel of the cart passed'over the little fellow's leg and he was nnable to stand up after the acci dent. His leg was badly bruised and wrenched, but not broken. Trinity College Corner Stone. The corner stone of the main building of the new Trinity College will bo laid to-day with Masonic ceremonies. A number of Raleigh people will attend -among them Hon. D. W. Bain, State Treasurer; Hon. S. M. Finger, Superin tendent of Public Instruction; Rev. Dr. F. L. Reid, Josephus Daniels, Esq , of the State Chronicle and others. Dr. C, Durham, Hon. Geo. W. Sander- lin, Messrs. N. B. Broughton, W. N. Jones, L. H. Adams, Misses Effie Broughton and Olivia Barkley. Col. L. L. Polk, president of the con vention, will be present and open the session. The Late BF. Moore. The remains of the late Mr. Moore will arrive here at 4 15 p. day Tia the Seaboard Air Line. Notice of the funeral services will be given in to-morrow morning's paper. B. F. m. to- Accident at the Oil 3Iills. There was an accident at the Raleigh Oil Mills yesterday which came near costing a man his life. The exhaust pipe of one of the immense boilers blew out. The colored fireman was standing by the boiler and was violently knocked down by the explosion and rendered un conscious. It was at first thought he was killed. Medical assistance was sum moned, and the fireman is now in a fair way to recovery. . Reception This Evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Jackson are ex pected to arrive at home on the 1 o'clock train to-day, and a general reception will be given them this evening, from nine until twelve, at the residence of Mrs. E. E. Moffit. No cards. Dr. W. I. Busbee, one of the rnot prominent and best known citizens of "Wake county, died at his home near Au burn last Sunday afternoon at three o'clock. He had suffered with typhoid fever for fit ty days, lie was bDrn Sep tember 23d, 1823, and began the practice of medicine in 1847. He had a large practice, and many a poor person ha3 enjoyed the benefit of his skill without charge. He was loved by all who knew him and he will be missed. The funeral took place yesterday after noon and the interment was in the fam ily burying ground near his home. The services were conducted by Rev. Dr. J. H. Cordon, of this city, and the burial was according to the Alliance ceremonial. W.H. &R. S. TUCKER & CO. Ladies' Wraps. See our stock and you will be convin cad ?,s to three things, viz: That we have the best styles, newest materials and the lowest prices. W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. Leuve FaatF't and Pass. Daily ex. Sun. Raleigh 7 15 pm Mill Brook 7 51 Wake 8 43 I'ranklinton... . 9 35 Kittrell 10 00 Henderson 10 21 Warren Plains 11 25 Macon 11 40 rive Weldon 1 20 am tbatxs aiovi-a SOUTH. No 25. Pass, and Mail. Fast F't. & Pass Daily ex. Sun. Daily ex. Sun. No. 88. Pass. & Mail. Daily ex. Sun 11 20 a m 11 37 12 00 p m 12 22 12 38 12 55 1 47 1 58 2 55pm Naval Stores. ;new xoRK, jnov. 10 The market for spirits turpentine is less active and easier 41 cents lor regulars and 42 cents for ma chine barrels. WrLinsaTox, N. C., November 10 -Spirits turpentine nominal. Rosin closed firm strained 1.07; good do. 1.12. Tar closed firm at 1.55. Crude Turpentine closed firm; hard 1.20; yellow dip 1.00; virgin 1.00. Corn firm; white 68; yellow 66. Charleston-, S. C. November 10 Rnirita turpentine firm at 38. Rosin closed quiet; good strained 1.25. V V - -r-- ,., SSXV L?i- Weldon 12 20 p m Macon 1 20 Warren Plains 1 28 p m Henderson 2 08 Kittrell 2 48 Franklin ton 3 08 Wake 332 Mill Brook 4 00 Ai ;v Raleigh 4 15 FROM HENDERSON Trains Moving North. Ltave Henderson 6 00 am Warren Plains 6 34 Littlleton 7 02 Arrive 4 27 4 42 5 45 6 16 6 45 7 20 7 55 8 20 a m DAILY. 45. South. 9 10 p m 8 32 8 00 7 15 p m Cincinnati Produce Market. PORK Regular closed 10.12K1il0.25; fam ily 11.50ll.G2K. LA.RD Kettle-dried G2G. BA.CON Short clear sides 6 85(30.40. WHISKEY Sales ot 994 barrels ol finished goods on the basis of 1.14 per gallon for high wines. Married. Thursday, at the home of Hon. Giles Mebane, by Rev. T. U. Faucette, assisted by Rev. Frank Hunt, Miss Bettie G. Me bane to Mr. T. W, Long, of Charlotte. Wilson Advance. v.. n 7 10am LOUISBURG. No. 3?. Leaves Louisburg at 11.20 a.m., and arrives at Franklinton at 11.55 a m. N'". 41. Leaves Franklinton at 3.15 p.m., and arrives at Louisburg at 3.50 p. m. Xo 8. Leaves Louisburg at 5:55 a m. Xo. 8. Arrives Franklinton 6:30 a m. Xo 25. Leaves Franklinton 7:20 a. m. No. 25. Arrives Louisburg 8:00 a m. JOHN C. WINDER, Gen'l Manager. L. T. MYERS, Gen'l Supt. . , WM. SMITH, Superintendent. The First Step. Perhaps you are run down, can't eat, can't sleep, can't think, can't do any thing to your satisfaction, and you wonder what ails you. You should'heed the warning; you are taking the first step towards Nervous Prostration. You neea a .Nerve Tonic, and in Electric enters you will nnd the exact remed lor restoring your nervons Rvstom if a normal, healthy condition. Surprising results follow the use of this great cuc lumu anu Alterative. Your ap petite returns, good digestion is re stored, and the Liver and Kidneys re ? T - "eauny action. Try a bottle. yAco uuc, ai jonn i. MacRae's drug store. ott:r, B-A-KHn Low Prices and Hi it Our stock fully rei'lei.i-! rush of fa i it w t:i Now is the time to - i and Overcoats! We aie Boss Leader - of all kinds. h mm CLOTHIERS UNA T T: 3Iortirage By virtue of authority c : mortgage, executed i well and wife, and rcc r..--. page 50, in the Register Wake countv, we will, v 1st, A. D. 1890. at 12 oVl ; House door in Raleigh, se.. der for cash, a house and in the village of Oberlm, ot Henry Litchford, A Alexander Seera and otU : an acre, more or less, scribed in said mortgage Oct. 31st. 1890. I'LL J occ31-lm Att r 31'