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Sgypt Was Once a Province
of Rome. j m ic Tt iecr larl to c
1 1 ration wot to wick eauiai eren i, jaj tctwcra tt
EzTPlte rPto 4 to ImsR their i uis of Tbiai type cf mr
prncny HP FOUESTRIAN RANKhcad ln hanie' &u ft ua otl tp i3) ft tots, cxty (e?i high
' mentioned in hiz preiesct, to you kin : th0 d(jranS of ttnp Aerwaamkal so.
Mr f;aHu the Fim Ckr-rnor MUit Wt your U,t f0,lar tb!i tcietjr itPvictorU road. wr Ketxiin.
Mr. f.aHim uic urn 'cn. j once mlgbty country known a'ErPt t00 lbn qtJite a mral tn.
of Keypt When the Christian lie-'
ll-ioa Wm Intro.lucl Into Knj
Thfjr Hal a Warm Tifn? Cf HI .
Ijii.trate Another Kgyptlan
JVauty Crt'tttetl a Commotion.
(Continued from last Issue.)
Bilkingville. N. C. April 3, 1311.
XJorrespondence of The Caucaslan
Enterprise. Iiy the death ov Cleopatra the dy
.-nasty -ov lbe !flemles wuz finished
After hit had lasted about 294 years,
an' Kgypt wuz converted into a pro
vince ov Home. That the people ov
'that country mite continue united to
Hhe Roman government, none ov the
noblemen were allowed to hev Inter
course with the Egyptian people. The
Kingdom ov.the Ptolemies wuz to be
tsubject to a governor; an that offls
wuz conferred upon Cornelius Oallus,
who wuz a person ov equestrian rank,
whatever that meant. Mr. Gallus did
:not hev the power to pass a sentence
ov death, an' he had no control ov the
public money; so Egypt wuz control--Jed
by a "one gallus" statesman for
a period anyway.
About this time the Chrltslan re
ligion wuz Introduced Into Egypt an'
a scene ov confusion an' violence en--sued.
The heathen temples were de
stroyed by mobs. This led to civil
-war. The masses preferred to war
dship in the old style common to
' heathenism, while there seemed to be
another large portion who espoused
the cause ov Christ, or practically
what wuz to be the doctrines ov
Christ, for He had not yet appeared
upon earth, though He arrived only a
;few years later. The heathen Egyp
tians threw themselves Into defensive
position an' occupied the temple ov
Serapis, a massive buildin', where
they resisted awl attacks from with
out for a long time. But the friends
ov Idolatry were overpowered an' the
great statute ov Serapis wuz broken
into pieces. Cyril, the bishop ov
.Alexandria, upn whom much ov'the
responsibility rested, proved to be
"haughty an' over-bearin', an' he made
r but little progress in an effort to in
r troduce the religion ov Rome. He
t encroached upon the rights ov the
, Civil magistrates in many cases. To
add to the general dissatisfaction,
- Hypatia, the daughter ov Theon, a fa-
- jnous educator ov the day, offended
"Cyril, an she paid for this by givin'
up her life. She wuz beautiful, ac
complished, popular, an her charac
ter wuz ov the best. The cruelty ov
- Cyril soon became known throughout
Egypt an' he made no progress in an
effort to introduce hiz religion. Hy
patia wuz finally mobbed by the mul
titude on the streets ov Alexandria.
The western Empire of Rome had
"fallen by an intrusion ov the Huns,
' Goths, an' the Vandals, awl bein' ig
norant an' war-like people. The wes
tern division (now known az Turkey)
- awlso went Into a state ov decay, an'
the queen ov Persia then took advan
tage ov the situation an' over-ran dif
ferent portions ov Rome with a large
army. She awlso obtained possession
ov awl ov the principal cities an'
towns ov Egypt. But her conquest
didn't hold good for the Mohamedans
;Boon got control ov most ov her ter
ritory, includin' Persia itself, an' her
-downfall wuz a hard one.
. (.Omar succeeded to the. empire ov
'"Mahomet, an' in hiz reign Egypt wuz
subdued by the arms ov the caliph.
' Armru Bene"las marched hiz troops
Sinto Egypt, an' though he met with
stubborn resitence, he "managed to
: get possesion ov .Memphis and the
Immediate locality. Mocawcas, the
Tprefect ov Egypt, wuz hostile to tbe
;rligion ov Constantinople; and when
She Persians beseiged the capital he
revolted. The city, ov' Alexandria
nally surrendered to the Saracens.
The eclty wuz exposed to plunder an'
. the people fared badly at first, but
they were finally given protection by
the conquerors; and if they refused
ito .hetzonie rMahometans they were re
oquiTed to -.pay a certain ratio ov trib-
Mite -each ?ear. -Think ov that you
dickers against the comparatively
"fair government ov the UnUed
States! Even a Bryan administra
tion would hesitate before hit would
-try-such an -outrage upon a free
Amru, 'the conqueror, wuz made
the governor ov Egypt He added to
Tilts teritory andid some other com--mendable
things, includin' thecom-
pletion ov the ranal between the
. -xiver Nile an' the Red Sea.
Othman wuz later made ruler ov
"Egypt, Amru bein' removed. . His
"lory does not mention any reason.
.lAbdallali Bensaid took the job for a
.short time, but failed to hold hit
' -down. Durin' Wz term he' conquered
Africa. .' After Bensaid walked the
plank Amru took the job az king or
.natever hit wuz called . in those
ilays.. After, this Egypt .wuz at war
foT a number of years, an' az usual,
- lost out, though hit wuz hard to tell
who wuz the real loser, for the wars
were civil ones. Amru at last had to
take hold ov the reins ov govern
ment, an' he wuz given awlmost ab
solute sway an' ran; things accordin'
to hlz okq Kotios. Bat te 414 fiUr-i
? If we!!.
wu2 Roin the full limit.
wfa!Ie things were far from
good In the high gof eroment circle.
Muraf xhe rotaamnder at the anajr
in Arnca- ne irarersea me couuixy
az faj az Centa. a great fortress near
the pillar or Hercules. Count Julian
iho Gothic commander, soon ronclud -
ed that res! stance wuz uaelesa and
surrendered the fortress, offerin at
the same time to pilot Mura Into the
heart or Spain by tbe best possible
route for &n inradin army. But this
offer wuz the result or jealousy
among the Gothic chiefs an Mara
wii7 8iin(riotis nv a trao.. One ov
hiz generals at last agreed to make as near tbe same height as possible,
the invasion an' take awl risk. He! " there is any difference the teller
an hiz army sailed from Centa and an stronger man should be at the
landed at Calpe, the exact spot upon bead. A stretcher ahould be carried
which the great English fortress ! 7 the hands or suspended by straps
known az Gibralter iz now located. from the shoulders Never carry a
When Musa heard the good news he stretcher when loaded opon the shonN
started for Africa at once an' took rs. " frightens tbe paUent. and be
charge ov the army, claim!'
tr. ol th9 hPPn flcrnm-
pllshed. The general who had plann
ed the expedition and who had led
hit, wuz disgraced by the haggilh
ruler. But Musa wuz In turn dis
graced by the ruler ov Egypt an'
died unhonored an' unsung. But the
literature an ideas ov the East were
gradually Introduced into Africa,
though hit amounted to hut little at
the time. Nothin short ov the Eng
lish language an' English literature
will satisfy the average citizen ov
Africa, for they don't know much,
even in our day; an' I am here to
state that I do not believe, that tbe
Spanish people know their own lan
guage even today. How could they
Iarn hit to the fool niggers in Africa
For a number ov years after this
Egypt wuz awlmost without any his
tory. Somethin' happened", ov course.
But no one can now tell whether that
somethin' wuz gude or bad. There
wuz more or less internal strife on
account ov politics. While they wero
not known by the name, the "Red
Shirts," got in more or less dirty
work. That wuz many hundreds ov
years before this organization: began
to get talked about in North and
South Carolina, showin that wicked
ness and filth in politics iz not entire-
The Egyptian Ommiades were
overthrown by the Abbasides, who
descended from Abbas. The uncle
ov the prophet retired into Spain? an
established their dynasty upon the j
throne ov Cordova. But the family
ov Ommlah bavin' many adherents
in Syria, an some bein attached to
All, Almansuar, the second Caliph,
founded a new capital upon the west
ern banks ov the riven Tigris. TBsat
city wuz called Bagdad',, and hit was
an' iz, famous in the history ov tie
Haroun Alrashid was- tbe next cal
iphate. HO wuz a prince oy more
than ordinary fame, and' he becam
well known later az the- hero ov tEse- i
Arabian tales, called the "Arabian-
XT! -1.1-1 T '
try wuz in. a commouim uurm
reign an' the government wuz
carded az' weak. But toward the
latter end ov hiz rule he picked uy
some territory an' other-things aftr
the manner of "ye old tyme" ruler?
He had az- an assistant a fellow by
the name ov Ibrahim who looked"
after the possessions ov Egypt in
Africa upon the shores of the Medi
terranean; He established what wtxz
known az- the dynasty ov the Agla
bites, the term bein' derived from
Aglab, who wuz the Either ov Ibra
Durin ' the reign or Alrashid the
Greeks of Constantinople arrived in
Egypt with a strong; fleet jfor that
period. ThoTan, a Turkish admEral,
wuz sent both to protect Egyptian'
lestore order, which he did. Hiz: son
and successor enlarged hiz domin
ions from the fallin empire or Bag
dad, until he returned to Egypt in
possesion ov dominions that extend
ed from the Euphrates to the con
fines of Nubia. But the power- ov
the administration did not last long
and Egypt wuz again put out ov
c?n noa F -- tlma Vi n AriaA f
business for a time, bein' added to
the empire ov Bagdad.
(To be continued.)
Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps?
No, Never. Its foolish to fear a
fancied evil when there are real and
deadly perils to gnard against In the
swamps and marshes, baous and low
lands. These are the malaria germs
that cause ague, chills and fever,
weakness, aches : in the bones and
muscles and may induce deadly
typhoids But Electric Bitters des
troys and . casts out ' these - vicious
germs from the blood. "Three bot
tles drove all the malaria from my
system,'' wrote Wm. Fretwell, of Ju
cama, N. C, "and I've had fine health
ever since." ; Use this safe, sure rem
edy only. 50c at all druggists.- ,
You can make good money solicit
ing . subscriptions for The Caucasian.
Write us for terms. '
Art EaH AinWpw
Built to bold an abundant ttprlj of
was coreml with oiled iawa j
taJ carried a frame sereTity Bre feet I
atl4 erea feet bigb. witb a cabia
immense rudder aou wiop or oa a
I each side for purpose of pro pulsion
, completed ber ottinss. Tbe deck was
J guarded by oetting. After all this
' preparation and adrertisement tbe
gle nererot beyond Victoria roaLior
Count Lennox and bis assistants faiU
ed to provide the necessary moUre
j Cafryina a 8trtchr.
rne Dearera or a sireicaer saouia oe
i one w ibc uearera buvu.u B.uu.c.
bearers should not keep step, but break
step, the one in front starting off with
his right foot and tbe one behind with
his left. The injured should be car
ried feet first. Ingoing up a hill or up
stairs tbe head should be in front and
the reverse ln descending, except in
case of a broken thigh or leg. when
the feet should be first in going op and
last in coming down to keep the
weight of tbe body off the injured
limb. ?Flrst Aid to the Injured." Dr.
H. H. Hartung. in National Magazine-
Coming In Out of the Wet.
There is an amusing story by Athe
naeos which suggests the possible ori
gin of the phrase "He does not know
enough to come in out of the wet. Ac-
cording: to the entertaining grammarian j
referred1 to. a town In Greece under j
stress of evil circumstances borrowed ;
monev from a rich man. who took as t
j secBrity for the loan a mortgage en the
j handsome portico which surrounded
- tne market place, ne was not an un-
j generous creditor, for when It rained
j caused tb town criers to announce
that the citizens bad permission to ;
take refuge under tbe colonnade:
Strangers visiting tbe town who fail
ed to have the master properly explain
ed to them were so- impressed by the i
: extraordinary circumstances that they
spread abroad the report that tbe peo
ple were so stupid that they bad to be
toM when to-come in. oat of the wet.
When a Dotr Chokes.
Dogs- frequently choke. A bone, a
nail or a piece of tin gets in the
throat, and there is great danger of j
death before the arrival of tbe surgeon.
Many of them do die. bat there is no j
reason for tbi4 for it in c-asy, without j
the slightest - danger of getting bitten, i
to put the hand in the month of a dog
and to draw eut or push down the ob- j
struction that is- choking it. A bandage '
a handkerchief or towel will do is (
nassed between the teeth and over the j
npper jaw, and in a similar way anoth- i
er bandage la- passed between the teeth j
ana over tne under jaw. one person,
hoMInf. thA nfhp two .1
nrrnt. b-ni. --v .a
i .ages, keeps the dog's month wide open. 1
A second person can then with perfect
c JMICQ nn ciforr rvit hta nnfran rinntn ;
i the animal's throat and relieve it. ;
A Snake Story.
This story i told of the late Dr.
Emil Reich. One day . when traveling !
.he lay down to, rest in the shadow of i
a busht and fell asleep. He awoke with I
a start to find that night was coming
on and that rain had begun to fall, j
Quickly snatching up his umbrella, he i
tried to: open it and. finding it worked j
stiffly..' he pressed the- spring- vigorous-1
ly. Suddenly there was a sound of
ripping aad tearing and a snake felLto
the ground split in two. The reptile
had apparently swallowed the umbrel
la as. far as it could I
Original Era of Good- Feeling. ;
The phrase1 applied to the administra
tion of James Monroe? "the era t of
good feeling." first appeared in a Bos
ton newspaper, the Columbian Sentinel
of July 10. 1817. From that time until
the present hour the two administra
tions of - Monroe a rteriod nf ritrht
j years, 1717 to 1S25 are referred to In
the terms of the newspaper paragraph:
t xrhtK cvrw arxtlv. rmmm,m.A- AW 1.11.
which so aptly expressed the public
sentiment of the day. Magazine of
- " Equivocal. -
vChotiy Softboy I suppose I looked
veway angwy at the zoo today when
that, nawsty Dick Dandy said when I
stood by tbe big monkey's cage how
much I was like St. Candid Friend
Yon certainly -looked beside yourself.
He Yes, It's very true, a man doesn't
learn what happiness is until he's mar
ried. c She I'm glad you've discovered
that at last. He Yes. and when he's
married it's too late. Dorfbarbier.
Here. .waiter, there's a fly in my
soup.", - : -
"Serves the brute right. He's been
buzzin round here all the mornihV
Life, ' .-. ;
Life Is no dream, but life Is nothing
without its great dreams. '
' lit tit el tN Utm.
The 3JJi3iSs mt m ptrmtm 9
vre lis tsMmt rrtfiy mjs& mrtUU
tally Uttoovd 'to& imthe Pd8f, cat
the prjMrtk f taite$s; U fmrrdi
tbeot in a rrrtaid etttut todsjr,
Tbe rest fly Ss pSccm ef,wt
erer. mcb m th tmma rt$bf Wtc.'ot
th Ute Qmvti Titktbn cf jSelAUfiu
re coa5s?4 tatirrly to tht rcry e$4
and. what with wrtaklr. dffonsliiet
and tb wear and trar of tits. thee
have kt mmt of their rMrfsal .hrp
ce of co!tt acd utilse. Not f the
new sreoeraijba appears to hate the
fort Hade to endure the exqtiisSt pais
Incident to having a whole Umb picked
oat In a leework of georattrk' delra
or the face barred and circled like a
coarse spider's web. Women are rare
ly tattooed at all now. and most of
the yours- mea are satisfied with
broad band of soik! black, not unlike a
highwayman's mask, which reaches J
acros tbe face from ear to ear, girinr
to their never orermild looking coua-f
tenances an expre&sia of amazing fe-
roclty.-Lewis IL Freeman ln New
His Leng Suit,
ne bad written essays critical and
digests analytical. Ills articles polit
leal were very widely read. He'd pro
duced some tales of mystery, of travel,
love and history; his scientific treatises
light o'er tbe land bad shed. He wrote
about photography," geography, stenog
raphy; he'd finished a biography of
some distinguished man. His views
upon geometry and mystic trigonometry
were everywhere declared to be on
tbe progressive plan. His tracts on
modern sciences, mechanical appli- -ances.
hydraulics, steam and railroads
were Indulgently received. His writ-t
tags on morality were of superior qual-
ity were publicly commended. If they
weren't quite believed. His verses so '
poetical, abstruse and theoretical. de
lighted those who patronize the poets
as a fad. but the manuscript be thought
the best, tbe one that money brought
the best, was Just a simple, wisely
worded, big newspaper ad.! Newspa-
Little Boy Grizzly.
Enos A. Mills, writing of his ad
ventures with a pet bear known as
Little Boy Grizzly, says: "He and
I bad a few foot races, and usually. In j
order to give me n better chance, we j
ran downhill, ln a 200 yard dash he ;
usually paused three or four times and i
waited for me to catch up. and I was
not a slow biped either. The grizzly.
though apparently awkward and lum -
berly. is one of the most agile of beasts.
I coustantly marveled at Grizzly's
lightness of touch or tbe deftness of
movement of his forepaws. With but !
one claw touvhing it be conld slide a 5
coin back andYfortb on the floor more!
rapidly and lightly than I could. He!
would slide an eggshell swiftly along
without breaking it. Yet by using one ,ts recaprure. and It bad flown a dis
paw he would without effort overturn j tance o 6 500 mHes away from Its
rocks that were heavier than himself." I former owner.
Suburban Life- - , i " "
Postal Clerks1 Pay in Russia.
The remuneration of postal clerks in
Russia includes emoluments which do
not appear in the form of money. They
are furnished, quarters, beat and tight
and in addition allowances for unl -
forms as- well as medical attendance
and medicine for themselves and their
families. In cities like Moscow a large
hospital is maintained for the conven
ience of postal clerks and carriers.
aneir cnuoren are aominea xo me ?, pI, in tbe mtne school. His grasp
schools free of charge, which in Russia,! npon coar loosened itself,
is quite-an item of expense, especially t and oe returVed to his desk a sadder
In preparatory schools for colleges, to aqd a jr teacher. That principal Is
which the children of the titled and j today judge of an lmprtant court In
the wealthy only are admitted. The . one of the greatest cities of the world,
pay of clerks and carriers ranges from We 0fteB wonder whether or not In
$12.50 to $15 per month. They may. the administration of justice-the judge
moreover, receive gratuities from those j erer tbmks 0f tbe Incident In tbe vil
to whom they deliver mail. j lage school.-Western School Journal.
x m . . s a a :
i-oiice wetnoos in oenin.
Berlin is the most strictly governed A worried parent is sometimes 0b.Ug
city In the world, and a stranger wiU j to do something like this:
De. coaunuany vioiainrg ine oruinances i
and. regulations without being con
scions of. his effenses. But the penal- 1
ties are- not severe,, and the policeman j
who arrests yon Is prepared to Im- j
pose the 'fine on the spot instead of 1
callimj a patrol wagon, and taking you j
to the police stationu Yon pay bim a
. for which be gives you a
5 within twenty-four hours
receipt, and within twenty
you must appear before" the captain j
In charge f that precinct and turn j
In. the receipt as a check npon the po- ;
liceman who has arrested you.
An Alternative. . ;
.Vftw ttwn sttf tho nmffgsor of
logic, -give us an idea of your knowl -
edge of the question in plain words."
Yhy er rm afraid. stammered:
the student, -that I can't just .exact-
i-Siu: .n''.i -
words. Philadelphia Press.
'" He Explains.
"Why do they call Washington the
city of magnificent distances?"
"Because, answered the office seek
er. it is such a long way between
what you go after and what you get
St. Paul Pioneer Press. .
Sandy and the Glass..
; Tourist (referring to the barometer)
I see the glass is going up again, San
dy. Sandy Dae ye tell me that? A
body will soon no! be able to afford a
dram at all! Dundee Advertiser.
. Nothing New.1 .
'Wife Don't you like my new hat,
dearest? Husband Yes-s. If s all
right: Wife Well. 1 bought It on your
account, deaf. Husband Yes. yon
One bad example spoils a good many ;
excellent precepts. -' . . - f
; :.Tbtt is m Utr t"a &f
catxtt pifk - J J Prt
ftoetr' mA "hittri6f g'
Tivt Ur Oms I ?
mm t fe4Aick. T dVrf. wso wa
m luliia, mttf. ct4 m
of NmpoUtaa t4et!fe thst rM&Z
Uin hU ibrMt. .
, Nralit5. . mvulre takt c?
bck C be takt.- .--Ilotarf
' By the trad, m ysr fisrm totsca
lhoe dark pof oa neb Ue of the
head he mid. "Te car fait oa yoa
If yoa da."
"'ITbo' ctire? 14 I
-St. PwilsrV M h, Te.
talre cre tfe haddock thew dark
spots. They are his Oncer prints, tie
catch haddork Jut m la tbe ca of
Gaiilee, asd erery haddock born sloe
then has shown tboe same marks.
-And 1 did let ko. Of coarse I did
cot believe It. hut when I foaod that
half the fish dealers la that market
did believe I deemed It prudent to
handle haddock by tbe body or UlL"
New York Sua.
A Maniac's Poem.
Probably the ma as of prison poetry
which has been written on stools and
bedposts and aerate bed on prtsoa walls
far exceeds that which has fouod ex
pression a paper, and many a -mate.
Inglorious Milton has begun and fin
ished bis poetical career with these
lost to sight" productions. There Is
in existence a short poem, said to bate
been scratched by a maniac on the
wall of his cell, which runs thus:
Cootd I with Ink th ca fin.
Were all the world of parchment m&4.
Were every red on earth a quit!
And every man a scribe by trade.
To write the love of Gra atone
Would drain that ocn dry:
Nor could the ecroli contain the whols.
Though stretched from ky to sky.
The authenticity of thl being the
work of a maniac hast often been ques
tioned because of tbe beauty of Its ex
pression and Its sound reason, bat the
story stands.-London Saturday Re
view. Bird Stories.
A German sclent! hi journal publish"
ed in isu a story to the effect that
a golden eagle shot In that year at Es
zeg, Slavonkt. was found to have a
ring abut Its neck engraved on which
were the arms ot a Slavonian family
and the date HVtd.
In 171XJ in Uentleman't Magazine
' tniri nhont n hawk, nurtured when fly-
iDS jn tbe vicinity ot the Cape of Good
; nope and 'taken by an Indian ship to
! England, which wore a gold collar in- .
This goodlie hawk doth belong to
his Most Excellent Majesty James,
King ot England. A. D. 1010."
If this bird really escaped from
England In tbe reign of James. 1S3
i 0-o Mn-eon ifa Mntm nA
A Boy Once Himself.
The, principal of a village school In
t Kansas one afternoon detected a boy
cmting tbe letters of his name In the
desk pont of s tbe novels
, wouid patt it the principal rushed to
i tho ennr nfriiv mit forth hbt hand
vuv fcj a v a w -
.intending to grasp the boy by the col
lar, when- lo. and also behold, close
by the newly formed letters were the
initials of the principal's own name
i XXXM tlUtO V. Hit I'. IUV.l'Ut v mm
Lvritten bv himself when he was a pu-
"Pa. what is a transcendentallst T
"Have you chained up the dog as I
toldyoo?' . ? '
"Not yeL pa."
"Well, do that, and when yon come
back: 1 will tell you what a transcen
dentallst is." '
!t ? fc V a rinLk rwrim o mlmmm. W4m m MM 4 J.
! Pareo duS the needed information out
oc a dictionary. liirmmgnam Age-uer-aid.
: Beethoven's Fits of Rags.
Beethoven's behavior was often arro
cious. In giving lessona to young la-
he would sometimes tear the
; to pieces and scatter It about the
1 ?r orK eve? V e ""l
Once when playing In company there
J f83 some InterrupdoiDL 1 phy no
j longer for such bogs! be cried and
left the piano. He once called Prince
Lobkowltz -ass bcuse . bassoon
Queer Human Nature : A
Mans a funny proposition f -"What
nowT j :
' "When he reads a , medical book he
fancies he has every disease described,
but let him read the work of a moral
ist and all tbe faults pointed out he
sees not In himself ,du t in his neigh
bor. Boston Transcript
Stunted maple trees, grown In moxra
tainous regions of eastern Austria,
where the winters are. long and severe
tnd the snowfalls considerable, yield
excellent wood for .the manufacture of
How They Would Sound. -.Mrs.
Gaiey imusiuglyi Suppose I
should publish your love letters?
Mr. ialey Why not simply make a
public acknowledgment that you mar
ried an!idiot? - .
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tl Xerfet Jkmther lUiirw i
e bed tale ta K&eci I
X. XL The fonoijj it,t
are puhtUhei aa l:ifa?i;vn lZ
aad ar not cara&teed. 7
Trtist ieat lUUtch
f;IS p. sa., daily. "Nlsit 1;?.
Ptillraaa Sleeping Car. fcr N??
a. a., dally, for Wr
isgtoa asd Norfolk: Parlor Ct?
teea Now Bern and Ncrfc4k
6: IS a. a. .dally, exre?t Stu
for New Bern tU ChocoUJiy.
3:00 p. o. dsily, extort Ss.
Tralai arrtT Raleif h
7:20 a. ta.. dally .U:i9
dally except Sunday, aad S:00 y x
Trains leave Goldsboro
10: IS p. xa., dil, "Nlxat Kxft-
Pull ma a Sleeping Car for Netta
via New Bern.
7:15 a. a, dally, for Betafortut
Norfolk Parlor Car heteea Xt
Bern aad Norfolk.
3:20 p. ta.. dally, for New
Oriental and Beaufort.
For further Infonnaiton aal rtse.
vatlon of Pullman Sleeplsc Ck?
space,, apply to D. V. Conn, Tm.
las Passenger A rent, Rale!ih, N. c
W. W. CROXTON.
General Passenger Agem.
W. TL HUEON.
csx t. mint, pmiissi csu.t;3T.tta
Raleigh Savings Bank
AND TTtUST COMPANY.
Capital asd Surplus, ... $ 0X3
4 Paid on Deposits
Interest Compounded Qoartertj.
Farm For Sale
r'A fine tobacco farm and good mi
dence, located on public cross roiii
65 acrea land, large dwelllncr, b4n
atablea and buggy house. Nice tx
house located 3 miles from Wilbcs
on Durham & Southern road. AI
buildin ga new. Apply to
S F.D.Ho.2. - HoQrSprto
Trains Leers RjJeisb I
uireet line wtta DoubU Dilr Mrrlette
West throath Attaats, 4 BUminchsa -
fOB TBS SOUTH.
No. 83 1XS0 tkm.
No Si...... 4.10a.m.
No. 29 At .. 10.05 a.m.
No, A 1 , . 4.05 p.m.
No. 43...... a 05 ixm.
No. S4 . 11 OM
No. n tan
NO. 69 11 H
Local Sleeper on No. 44 A 45 between E
let aad Wtimiaftoa. Berth rate ILta
. mvm, wa mmvmvm "
ether InJormation desired apply to J. Y.
oil. City Passenger and Ticket Afeni T
, NoTxcm. Above schedules pablUbeder
uuormstion. and are not euaranteed.
J. F. MTTCHKLU Pass. Agent.
H. S- LEAKD. DlTlstoa PaM. Areci.
Na4 W. Mania St.. Tucker Handle
Ralcich & Soulhport Ry. &
Ly Willow Sprmrs
Lt Foqaay 8prlBas
Lt Kh&s ..
Lt Cape Fear .
Ly Foatuy Sprmam
Lt WlHow Sprinss
Tralnawia stop on risrasl
eharrs pawenayri at rtvcr
In abore time tablet Bylraola. RTi
Cardebaa, Sawjea. Carlca. Car"
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