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DURHAM RECORDER, DURHAM, N. C. TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1911.
i THE DURHAM RECORDER Published semi-weakly, every Tuet day and Friday, by the Durham Sua Publishing Company. Office, 109 Maugtim Street Phone, No. 17. fiCY C. SIBLEY, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rates. . One Tear, (in advance)...,.. Six Months (in advance) ...... Three Months (in advance)... $1.00 .0 .35 Advertising rates Application. made . known on Entered at Durham, K. C, poatoffice aa second class mail matter Congress went out like they aay the mouth of March frequently goea out!"10'' Pllbl trough their sensitive There was a roaring "lie on" some- where about it. The Richmond Virginian says "When all the men and women bave gotten married there will be equal suffering." Certainly. 'When!' Tbe railroad rate increase decision has not caused any pres'dent to re- sign so tar as we nave neara, up to , the hour of going to press. . ' What has become of those rasor "backs' in Greensboro and Charlotte that were going to shave the Sun man without lather? Haven't heard a whimper from them in a week. - . ... We read that a thousand people par- ticloated in a wolf hunt in Nebraska, I And yet their fellow-cltixea. Bryan, ha, managed to keep the wolf from tbe door single-handed and without any strenuosity. We hVve not yet seen any account of tbe lame ducks, who left congress t remain 'at home, shedding tears wheu they bade Senator Lorimer good l;c on their departure yesterday from Washington. The weeping was for s.-natorial effect. man from Georgia he knew well one Soon we shall have to turn our at-',,,, la Danville, he could not resist tentkw from 'Canadian reciprocity and, y,, temptation to make himself adulation of the trust decisions and jkJ0W11 ,nd tnere ne felj down consider whether last year's straw hat The mMa went nom, and toI(J lt- will serve again or we ahall have to U, rjreenaboo Record so tersely buy another. Straw hats show which way tie spring change goes. , We are told that down in Norfolk they are going to "make the city's weather public' For some time it has been known that Norfolkites have been very much shocked over tbe naked truth abou: some things In their city. Now the weather has gotten bad. a MUa Lillian Russell was here Sat urday evening "In Search of a Sin ae." She waa so taken and so well ed with Durham that ahe says h is going to include. Durham in her ltii crary every year. Happy Lillian! Discerning woman! She knows a good thing when she sees It Durham is very much in love with the fair Lillian. So it's mutual reciprocity. Senator Bailey Saturday resigned his seat In the senate, and then he didn't. Some of his playmates brought in the wrong kind of doll rags and it made the great senator from, the great state of Texas mad, and he stuck his finger la ' bis mouth and Mid be wouldn't play In tbe back yard with be congressional children any more, and then he went on playing Juat tbe same. Mark down a very fooliah spec tacle the Texas senator made of him self. I We have several communications we would like to ne, but the writera have failed to aend their namea and conee 1 lenUy we can not use their produc tions. Anonymous communications, m matter how wor hy they may be, are never considered by well-regulated hewipapera. The Sun has always ob served this rule, and It sees do resson why It should change now. People who write for tbe press will see theiheiru and throws rays of brightness Justice of sending In their name wlthilow ! Colonel Robinson the their communication If they will think j ?un M tret ur' Colonel Robinson , ... ' i Is a human-nature writer. Me la close It over lor a while to the hesrta of bis fellow-men, and A Sift U IB BOH. ' . The bmne thst possesses a cheer- ful wife and mother la not only a veritable haven of rest, but the aafe"ln ohfl Romans of them an." barter whose besroa light will guide . . h..r banner, a.fely past .11 j n. , H"-D'- r.rt ,v. .vi. ... v Wilmington DlspaUh. , " " tatnty. The woman whose cheerful ;lrlt can take that "brave attitude biv ard lit.- that enables her to bear tiTwf the Inevitable burdens of h r life's environment, that fctrengtseos hr d-:ermlna-i? not to frt or torry ho who for her sake ate ftrbting the lurd battle In the wrld, has rrvh'i that attitude that prx-laiiim her prlre above rubles, and u. r jumwwe sou example are not I -:' only within the Ilml s of the four u!'a sno has niade tbe uiiaasallablt tiu!a:k of atate and society, a happy bi-u.f, but tench to those ahe knows not if. WENT OH .FILIBUSTERING. Tbe legislation that might ' bave been Is as usual the swelling theme .of the cougresa which expired on the 4ln 0f March. All congressea open with thrilling programs. Legislation is needed. "The world moves," as Galileo said, but congress doea not move with it. The parcels post bill was not nassed. The bis: Texas aen- i j Blur vlljcviiru iu ih tuuui uiiuucuv in,tbe midst of a filibuster, and that killed it. Many other urgent meas ures have failed even to' receive at tention. Public interests pine. The lobby is aa ever active and insistent, making theirs appear the people's fight. It is a rude awakening to our national egoism , to learn that tbe countries that we have so long re- rrea 10 as eneie aeepousiu are fovernments to the interests of the people than is our complicated and clumsy legislative incumberance. For the last week in congress there have been almost continuous night and day sessions with sleepy legislators pulling and scrapping at cross pur poses in an endeavor to make politi cal and personal capital. Few of them are representatives in any large sense of the whole people. Most of ithem represent first themselves, their private fortunes and ambitions, or at most provincial rather than na ; tlonal interests. There are, of course jsome senators and members of the larger mold and completer prepara tion for legislative work, but they are without sufficient influence on the legislative mass and, unfortu- natel. me of thoM ho ro best 0''PP Intellect and experl- ' ' mPIe- h " Texas senator, have influence in national j affairs I malign. that is retrogressive ' and MORE DISCREET NEXT TIME., Should he ever again get in the same fix, probably Danville's former Chief of Police Morris will never con fide a secret to any one. 8eeing sums it np; if Morris is telling the 'truth about the cause of killing an attempt to assault ' his sister he : should be pardoned, but aa some one : baa aptly aaid, it he Is tailing, the truth, how waa It he was not par- , doned at the time? If he had any expectation of being pardoned, why did he make hia escape? There ia something peculiar about the whole thing, the worst being that he ahot hia man through a window in bia own borne. Morris was handy with hia gun, for since being a resident of Danville he has killed two men, 4 caping a trial in court on both charges on the ground that he waa Justified. If every citixen will just say, "I will help to make the Durham Sun a bet ter paper." and will make np bia mind to give It a subscription or aa adver tisement, or talk it up, the first thing yon know you'll have an afternoon paper here second to none. Now will you help us to carry out our plana. All pushing and pulling together will accomplish the results we have In view. Tbe government did well not to charge the magazine extra postage on the advertising sections. If put (anywhere tbe extra postage ought to j be levied on tbe reading matter, that bin heavier. One ef the Best la the Wale. Wilmington Dispatch. Then tbe Durham Sun. a great rep resentative of the dal'y press, that constantly whirls In this life, placing the people of tbe world In daily touch with each other, celebrated its twenty third anniversary. Tbe Sun ia one of tbe best dallies In North Carolina. True to ita name It sheds warmth Into ' ')' pours balm upon their wounds snd Injects sweetness Into their lives. j The living of such a man as Robinson Is Indeed worth while. He la on of A cart ran over the head of a man j Springfield, Mass., snd didn't even I hurt him. Still we feel that we know Io,k bo ' SO bird-headed that such an experience with an au tomoblle would only result In dam aging the auto. Ularfaa; and IMnf Ti Tblars. Blffrrrat Greensboro Kewa. ,boigun will kill a cat "unleea the .aim is good." Well, isn't it a good : " to aim to kill a cat? 'Foil know old iollably? Well, has locomotor ataxia." "He haa? thought all the time it was a limous ine. Baltimore American. IK THE ER1ED BID STATE PARAGRAPHS I'ERTAIJilXG TO PEOPLE AJiD PLACES IS IT. C. 0. Rosemond has been appointed postmaster at Hillsboro. The Monroe Enquirer says a teach' er iu tbe Monroe graded school asked the. class to form a sentence contain ing the word forsook.'' A little girl piped with, "I helped to draw water for Sook, our old cow." Tbe Currituck county people have decided to erect a Confederate monu ment at Currituck courthouse, and tbe movement has created much Interest and enthusiasm among the patriotic citizens of .that progressive county. Mr. R. M. Odell will leave Washing ton April 1st for Spain, to begin work investigating tbe foreign markets- aa special agent for the government. Mr. Odell will attend the Southern Com mercial congress In Atlanta March 8, and 10. '.''v t . A. J. Allen, of No. 1 township, Ca barrus county, has presented the Con cord Tribune with a real live chicken hawk. We do not know what Brother SherriU wants with such a thing un less It is to have h worry the eagles on dollars until he can put a few grains of salt on the eagle', tail. The February term of the superior court for McDowell county adjourned Friday afternoon. In the case of Jesse Burleson, who killed Melvin Thomas In 1907 and escaped to the west, where he remained until Sep tember, 1910, when he was captured and brought to McDowell county, the defendant was acquitted on a plea of self-defense. The Wilmington Star cava an inven tion which will rAolutionite methods of unloading logging and flat car has been successfully perfected by Mr. T. Love, of tbe Wilmington Iron Works, assisted by Mr. & Mitchell, of the New Berlin Lumber company, and is found in tbe Iron gravity car stanchion, which ia already being uaed with great eatiatactlon. The In vention very probably will eventually lead to establishing a plant In Wil mington to manufacture the stanchion and logging can, plana being now under way for that purpose. EH QEIHHIIE BIT OTEB SETES TOXS OF MILK AD OVER HALF TOX OF BITTER. In one year from a cow weighing under 900 pounds. Net profit V6j22. Another world's record haa ' been broken. Tbe new queen of the dairy ia a beautiful Jersey cow named Sophie 19th of Hood farm, owned and tested at Hood farm, Lowell, Maaa. She ia the champion. Jersey fbr milk and butter fat production of eowa be tween four and five years of age. During the twelve months ending December 11. 1910. on a teat authenti cated by the. Massachusetts Agricul tural college, tinder tbe rules of tbe American Jersey Cattle club, Sophie 19th of Hood farm gave 14,373 lba. 3 ox. milk, testing 1,003 lbs. 11 os. butter or over half a ton. An accurate ac count waa kept of her feed, and her milk sold at 10c. per quart made a profit of 1565.22. The United States department of grlculture's estimate in round num bers of tbe wealth produced each year by the 22.000,000 cows in the United States la 100,000.000, or an average profit of f 34.3S per cow. If more at tention waa paid to feeding and breed ing it ahould be easy to Increase the average profit per cow to at leaat one- tenth of the profit made by Sophie 19th of Hood farm, which would raise the total to IU40.000.000, an Increase Of $440,000,000. Hon We Deen 111 This. Wllningtoa Star. Tbe Durham Sun, which la a brll llant associate of the 8tar In tbe solar system of North Carolina Journalism, haa Just circumscribed the 23d year of its orbit During these years its momentum baa been accelerated and ita effulgent function has been greatly Intenalfied. Its radiance baa gone on tteadily increasing, and It may aa well be aaid that tbe Sun Is today a better and healthier news paper than It ever was. Tbe Star tenders Its heartfelt congratulations to Old Hurrygrapb Robinson, who Is survival of tbe fittest editor who have made the Sun sblne. Hrraps, Prior to 1I2S all women' shoes were made without heels. Barcelona. Spain, is to pay $11,- 4.6,000 for Me new water supply. Except on tbe coast, there are no inns or hotels in Morocco. The average length of life among Paris-born families Is 21 year and one month. India rubber naila for use In plae where ordinary nails are i.able to corrosion are German novelty. Let's ftet Dew a te Telling ef Them. Wilmington Star. Ignorance keeps Xorth Carolina from having 4.000,000 Inhabitant. People la other parte of the world are Ignorant of North Carolina' vs-ied re source and we keep tbem In Ignor snce by not giving wide publicity to tbe state's advantages and oppor tunnies along various lines. We Thlak He, Tee. Asheville Caxeite-News. Tbe people of Buncombe ahould have been allowed to Issue bonds for good roads If they wished to da so. Tbemasvllte Meting RlhL Greensbora Telegram. Tbomasvltle I going to spend $73,. vk lor public Improvement. That la move In the right direction. SoaeCcrtous Circumstances After a physician had tried in vain to dislodge two false teeth which a Poltavill, Perm, woman Insisted had lodged In her throat, she found the teeth ii) her drawer, where she had put them. The squealing of a . rat which Thomas L. Reed, of Woroelsdorf, Pa., waa taking from a trap in hia barn, brought a small array of rats to Its assistance. Reed's dog routed the rats in a fierce battle. A hawk chased a partridge from Skeene mountain, near Whitehall, N. Y., Into the village and through the glass in the window of a drug store. Both birds fell bruised and bleeding in the center of the room. "John" said a dying girrto John Arnold, "of Wihnesburg, O., "I will take our engagement ring with me to the grave, for you will follow me very soon." He died within three days thereafter of a stroke of paralysis. A man In Belleville, Nev.,' remem bered Just where he had lost bis purse, containing $3S0, but upon' re turning to the spot found that forty loada of earth had been dumped over It took him a day and a half to recover the purse. When grasshoppers gave out a tur key hen, belonging to A. C Hicka, of Poughkeepsle,, fed her thirty young ones with acorns. These having be come scarce, the ld turkey was seen the other day In an oak shaking down the acorns that remained clinging to the twigs. Talkisf of le-aoraBcet Here It Is. The Trinity Chronicle, -ir . , When your wife wears the harem - ::skirt '? t' .. '' Toa will find it bard to learn, When looking for your trousers. To distinguish your'n from her'n. 1 ' " .. Durban Sun. "What ignorance! Colonel Jim, her'n wont bave any pocket." Ignorance, did you aay? Now what does a young, unmarried schoolboy know what "her'n won't have" or will have? Where did you learn ao much about tbe harem akin? 'Why they are 11 pocket nmhlnr else but pocket- Just two pockets. , - Gam-Ckewers Are Bloemlag. Richmond .Times-Dispatch. .. Aa the season of tbe open car draw near he gura-chewera' kre manifesto Ing' temaclves in pubiy placea more and more. We hoped that the tribe had died out or that the pretty girls had been told that they lost a great deal by continually working their Jawa at then ten, twent', thlrt' drama or on tbe ktreet cara; but K seems tbat they were only waiting until more people could see them. Tbe papers say tbat Congressman Victor Murdock, of .' Kansas, baa been sent to the sanitarium at Battle Creek be cause be ruined his digeerion by chew ing gum. . Bevenaers Baay la fhathasb Siler Cl y Grit. Revenue Officer MerrlU and Sloan made;a raid on Hickory mountain Tuesdr, but the still had been moved a day or two before. It had been In operation three miles east of Klrabol- ton snd tbe officers only succeeded in destroying five fermenters. a heating tub and other fixture. About three weeka ago Deputy Wright broke up still about s mile from where this one waa located. Sot He War, Philadelphia Record. Mrs. Muggins: My husband la a per fect crank. Mrs. Bugglns: Ail busbands are. my dear. Mrs. Muggins: But fancy a man who complain that my mustard plaster are not as strong aa those his mother used to make. Both Will Grew Rapidly. Charlotte Observer. The Durham Sun la 23 year old. It will bave much to do In the next few years to keep abreast of tbe progress of Its community, and for this resson and others we are glad to note that K doe not feel It age. I'aaveldable Delay. Washington Star. , Haa that man done anything worth mentioning la eongreea." Not yet," replied the loyal constitu ent. "He hasn't bad a chance. He t still explaining bow be got there." Cat Tet HI Owa Werk. Wilmington Dispatch. Toe California man who bal be come the first prisoner ia the Jail be himself built now has a chance to prove that hi contract for erecting secure prison I all right Hating a Hard War. Atlanta Georgian. , 'Bior.klng the paih of reciprocity." So many blocks are being thrown In tbe path of this measure thst It way 1 becoming aa bard aa that of the tranigreseor. Aweclatlsf With Je Reer Doe Make I Appear Older. Greensboro Record. Tbe Durham Sun baa rounded ent 23 years, a case where age Improve It like liquor. But who would have thought Jim Robinson waa that old? Yea Are fieetinc Right Leaksrllle-Sprsy Gazette. Tbe only way to teacb men to be happy, contented, law-abiding and useful eltiten la to show tbem bow to make a doent and honest living la a decent and honest way. 1st prates Wttb if. New Bern Sun. The Durham Sun I twenty-three years old. Like wine It Improve with sge. W wub the 'in msny, mtny nior year of continued suc-es. i TELEHZSS O C3SSIP The usefulness of the- manicure as an aid to egg production haa Just been discovered by a Chicago profes sor. Keep the toenalla cut short, and the hens will not waste their time and strength in scratching about the yard. Tbe conserved energy will result In an increased production of eggs. ' .. A French novelist, George Ohnet, made a costly invention of tbe name of a liqueur in his novel, "The Poison Merchant" He mentioned a drink called ' abrlcotine, and told of its deadly effects. The proprletora of a real liqueur" bearing this name have obtained damages from the author and his publisher, and had the sale of the book prohibited until the name of the liqueur was changed. Maurice Maeterlinck, tbe famoua Belgian author, keeps a pipe in hia mouth when at work, to satisfy a craving which be cannot overcome, but the pipe is filled with a prepara tion containing no nicotine. Former ly Maeterlinck'a mind was stimu lated by tobacco, and he smoked to aid himself during hia creative writ ing, but lately bis brain baa been clouded, rather than roused, by to bacco. - .. , ;. . , :' ; A girl of the golden west in New York city concede all the wonder claimed for the city by enthusiastic inhabitants, but lament that ahe cannot buy cactua candy there. Cactus candy ia the" pulp of the cactua pear cut in cube and pre served. Its taste resemble citron aa much as anything, and there are connoisseurs who fancy It The young woman haa to send to Arizona for the delicacy. , i A cynical Philadelphia aexton saya that people are Influenced In decid ing what congregation they will Join by the rate of pew rental. A young woman who went to Philadelphia to live selected a church aa the one most agreeable to her. both on ac count of the denomination and the congregation, and waa negotiating for a pew, but selected another church as soon aa she found that ahe could get a pew for $3 lea a year. "V.l A Saturday half-holiday given the employes of a firm In Switzerland bad brought out some protest from tbe women, who allege that their men folka spend their leisure away from home and spend more money than comports with the well-being of the family. It ia held that Sunday Is a sufficient holiday, and that aa about" all the diversion are available oa that day, the Saturday afternoon k last a warte, without any compen sating gain. ' ; Mia Kathertne Buabey's book about the Americana nay have a good effect Just bow la making Eng lish people nndemtand tbat the sys tem of hiring spies to gather society gossip for the aewspspers la not uni versally practiced ia this country. In apite of the recent disclosure tbat thl ay stem waa being practiced by an American woman In London. MliBui u rtultHi twenty policemen to r " ikeep the crowd from awarmlng over ordinary society news la such a city , ni, urt a Washington la generously furnlah- A prade.waa formed at tbe atatlon ed by the noste,. both those who 4na the 2Jb machine Jammed their are la aa establ'ahed position andi.d,. j.Pkimi iw.Lr.i position and iam PBC-ireei BOSie WOO Have only ambition," and no money. Maxtea Plaek the Gypsle. Scottish Chief. Some Gypsy women cam Into Max ton Tuesday to do np the town. They were gathering la the change from the credulous and curious, but decided to get rich quick, so one of there grabbed a dollar out of the hands of a colored worn a a In Brook lyn and took quarter In the guard house. They left $20 of their earn ings with the town authorities. He Certainly Did. Raleigh News and Observer.. Whatever Senator Overman lost In tbe mstter of not securing an ap pointment oa the Appalachian Com mission by reason of voting against Lorimer he more than made up in tbe commendation of the people of North Carolina and In the approval of bia own conscience. Set Quite a Often. Palrbro-ber' Everything. ' ' New York bad a dog show the other day and exactly 3.109 different peti- mens of canines were exhibit. Just think of It, auppose those dogs bad thrown a fit and had hydrophobia then and there. But a dog doesn't go mad a often men do. Hew Yea Are Henetlme f soled. Falrbrotber'a Everything. Once la a while you may think you see a yellow streak In a mighty good fellow, and It you will bave your eye examined tbe yellow streak msy be front the Jaundice In your own elf. It May Be K. New Bern Sun, ' Senator Lorimer may bold bl seat, while those fellow who voted for him may be forced to retire on hi ac count. Cofaf te Rrllatber Hia l a. Greensboro Rt-ord. Wanti-d, by the eounty commission er, one wooden leg for a leglea ne gro etitencd to the roads yesterday. 5.t t ale.s the Aim I OoL Greensboro News. The And"raon Mall want, to know If radium will kill a cat nine times, We don't know; but a ehotgun will. TIE em FIRES SUIT LOSS OF MILLIONS ASD DEATHS. . TWO Two and probabl more lives lest, and property valued at more than $5,300,000 destroyed, is the toll that the fire king levied In three of the larger cities of tbe country Sunday. Fire of mysterious origin in Minne apolis caused the death of two women, not yet identified, who fell into the flames before the firemen could reach the window where they etood, beckon ing helplessly, hopelessly for rescue. It la feared that others perished. One business block waa destroyed in this fire with an estimated loss of $5,000, 000. Fire apparatus bad to be brought from St. Paul before the flame were controlled. i At Nashville, Tenn, flamea de stroyed property worth $300,000. No casualties are reported. Street car traffic waa completely stopped. Miss Ethel Levin was Injured In Jumping from her burning borne in Baltimore. Her mother and baby sister were taken out by firemen Just in time to escape suffocation. Others of the family barely escaped. The damage la about $2,000. THE SPORTSMEN'S SHOW - . . !. IS BEIXG HELD IX GOTHAM AXD OPEXED TOD AT. . New York, March 8. The annual sportsmen show opened today in; Madison Square Garden, with a set ting of ourdoor life more elaborate and attractlt.' than was ever at'empt od at any of the previous exhibitions. One entire half of the big amphi theater has been converted Into a realUtlc representation of a mountain forest with the enow-clad peaks of tbe Rockies showing In the distance, and a flowing mountain torrent leap ing from a canyon wall and running across tbe pictured, gorge. The management this yesr baa de. elded to make a special feature of the rifle and revolver competition. Be side the assembling of the nation's star wing shots, reinforced by their Canadian brethren, military college and schoolboy rifle shooting will be a part of the program. The big tank which baa been Installed on the main floor will be the scene d;.rlng tbe week of the customary awlmmtng snd other aquatic sports and also the angling and balt-caating contests. LORIMER BEfEITES 0YAT10X.' Atfatlrer f the Senator Give Him a Reining Wrlreme. Chicago. March 6. Admirers of Senator William Lorimer, to the num ber of several thousand, greeted him yesterday oa hia return from Wash ington. Two hundred and Arty auto mobile, forming a parade headed by two bands escorted the senator from the station to hia borne, where an en thuaiaatk: reception followed. Senator Lorimer was accompanied by Former Judge Elbridge Hanecy and five detectives who met him at Fort Wayne, Ind, When be passed through the station to ibe street his ky fl(,wa Jarkaon boulevard to Gar- , field nark. wher. ftntn Irlmee ... greeted by 200 member, of the Letter, Carrier' association. Both aides of the park roadway vara llttarf arlih were lined wit women and children who waved flags and showered Mr. Lorimer with flowera. But two doth It Uke a bargain to make. And Just one person god to tie It; Also only two when a scrtp they brew. But lawyers ten apart to pry It. Philadelphia Telegraph. IIILLTKICOUCII I tLy a. a i no lea - r ' u -w IS tM0ANTO SATTSfACTVRr 8PECIAL RATES TO ATLANTA, GA. t SEABOARD AIR LINE RY. Account Routher OmmerrlaJ Con gre, March ftth-loth, 1911. Account of the Southern Commer cial Vongresa, which meet la At lanta, .., March Itb-lOth, 1U, the Beaboart. Air Lin Railway has au- tborlxe4 exceptionally low round trip " '"-d" ' for,,,, ,'JM rate, from all point, on it line. RilnV'. ".XrmnV Ticket, account thl. meeting will " twJr kiyaVifi-'a? pir b on sale March ttb, 6th. 7th aBdlSrhl',h?I.d?J!r n n for train. h.duM to arrl'v. aI1 JSThxJ Ian a tnornlng of March 8th. MVnui'ViifKnrnTltt HI be limited to return until!"-" .'nSf .Vh."' 1,1 iTb Seaboard atford excellent! ? .""' ai.o mad." double dally service toltLt. tl :'":. Iconsiatlng of Pullm.a Sleeping Car, Excellent win ng car wrvlc, iM; est vestibule coacbe. 1 high-back Call on vr.nr Ivu-.l . ..uim rvur avauon, niao runman ea - ervationa, or add res tbe undr- signea. . H. 8. LEARD, Division Pasenger Agent, Raleigh, N. C NORFOLK SOUTHERX R. B. CO. Change of Schedule.Ueaufort District Effective Sunday, January SO, ltti Effective Sunday, January J9t schedule of Night Express will be changed. Train 16 will leave Golds, boro at 10.15 p. m., leave Klnston 11.10 p. on., leave New Bern at 12.30 a. m., and arrive Washington at 2.10 a. m., arrive Norfolk 8 a. m. Train 15 will leave Washington at 2.30 a. n., arrive New Bern at 4.0H a. m., leave New Bern at 4.10 a. m., arrive Klnston ' 6.28 a. m., arrive Goldaboro at .20 a. m. . Eastbound train No. 1 6 leaving Ooldsboro at 10.15 p. m., will receive connection from the Southern Rail way and A. C. L., from the north and south. ' lv ' Westbound train 15 will connect at Goidnboro with the Southern Rail, way weatbouud, and with the A, C. L. north and outbbouud. Effective tame date train No. will leave New Bern at 6.25 p. n., leave Klnston at 6.45 p. m., and ar rive Ooldsboro at 7.45 p. m. Under thi new schedule passen gers may make direct connection at Ooldsboro with all line without lay over. . The schedule of the Night Expresi trains .Noa. 5 and 6, carrying Pull num Sleeping cara between Norfolk and Raleigh, via Washington, Green ville and Wilson, will regain as ai present W. W. CROXTON. General Passenger Agent NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. Uzit d fce wHi-ht Express" Travel by Raleigh (Union Station) and Norfolk Southern Railroad, to nj from an points In Eastern North Carolina. (Schedule la effect Jaasary St) The following schedule figure pub lished aa information only and are not guaranteed. Train Leave Balrlgb, f.lS p. m, dally "Night Expre. Pullman sleeping car for Norfolk. 6:15 a. m. dally For Wilson, Wash ington and Norfolk, parlor car be tween New Bern and Norfolk. 6:15 a. m. dally, except Sunday for New Bern via Chocowlnlty. 2:00 p. m. dally, except Sunday, for Washington. Trains Arrive Raleigh.' 7:20 a. m. dally 11:20 a. m. dally, except Sunday, and $ 00 p. m. daily. Trala Leave GeMsber. 10:15 p, m.. daily "Nlgbt Expres," Pullman sleeping car for Norfolk, via New Bern. 7:15 a. m. dally, for Beaufort and Norfolk, parlor car between New Bera and Norfolk. 2:20 p. m. dally, for Nw Bern, Oriental and Beaufort For further information and reser vations of Pullman sleeping ear apace, apply to D. V. Con a, S. P. A Raleigh. W. R. HUDSON. General Sunt W. W. CROXTON, General Pa. At Norfolk, Fa. SOUTHERN RAILWAY Schedule. Jt. It Thw anr ar ant!.n4 lal'irmatluti ar v.r.nivnl. . ' .: Ko. lit MiiMuit, dully for lUil.Uti, Bim nd UoUUDor. roa- ;Sr..w .V (J-oM.'Srr.iK'" I- tr.m (or v iimmfton; alo ua V. r" ' ."' "ern tram tvr f'W Kern, , Moret.. citr d i-a..fort. rata ti nndlft Pullman tkt,i, r. r.AM Gravnabore to JMIaian. Il ''1;"11 n. Ut. Matbeund for ftalaigh, -lm and Oolitaboro. eannoet ln at Meltna with A. r. U train, aorta aod aouth, an at Uoldabor with A. C U fo for WUmlngtoa; alto wltfc rtol Bo.ithar tram for Naw Bar. Uorehaad City an Hulorv B,tt. t.: Ka. tt, oaaiiMniaa. for fUleia-h. Kelma and Ooldnboro. eon aactlua at Halm with A. C I. trala out for PayatteaUla. and t Ull wlih A; C. U train kort for havkr Mount. I IS . ro.: Ko. lit. waatbound for Oreanaboro. onnnertlna with main line I ""' ota norm and oaitlh. alio for Aanovetl and Knosvllla. I'ullma I KlMplna Car handle on thla train t iIwwni IUIlh and Oraanaboro. Car on at lalh fur accupaacy at S , m Ko. tt weattMmn throuea train from poldatMro-Iurhain to Aano yiU. Handlea Mouiham Hailaray lr lor ear, tiold.Vmro to Aahavllla. C. t?H.VJ!l"t""''uii mala Ua tram norm and aouth. ! P. .! . WMtboard fnr OrmaU.ro. Itandlaa throuch uUma aupr from halaiah-Imrnara to At !?.'.. t-0""" t OreaoaiMro with main Una traina fnr the north and j Mamnhis." Ab ataoivin and d.nt'.T'v ." '1 arrive Dnrham, Sil-r.?pL tud from Blehmt.d. KaravtUe, Makes all local InUrmadtala aiof,a. f-J- ? ,M tva riurham. tV" "!lt ""Miiv- for K...illa. 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