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Another Week of the Great
The past six days have proved such a success that we
have concluded to give the public another opportunity to in- j
dulge in the greatest money saving sale on record.
We must move our summer goods to have room for an
enormous stock of Fall and Winter Goods: therefore all in this
house goes at less than manufacturers' cost.
100 Pairs Men's All wool Pants, six
Our Price 9S Cents.
different ktnds.were $1.50 and $2.00 per
Any Straw Hat in the house, regard?
less of tlie former price. Some were
Our Price 39 Cents.
Another tiifty dozen of those Men's
Fine White Handkerchiefs, worth
The greatest value ever offered in
Men's Half Hose. Onl- six pairs to the
buyer. Black and Tan.
Our Price 4 Cents.
Men's Balbrigghan Shirts in Pink,
and Brown, worth 30 cents.
Our Price 19 Cents.
100 Men's Negligee Shirts, with and
without collars and cuffs. Collars and
cuffs separate and detachable. Sell
everywhere for $1.00.
Our Price 74 Cents.
The DEWEY SUIT for Boys, with
sailor cap to match. A cool comfort?
able summer outfit. Last week they
were $1.00. You buy them now at 9Sc.
16? Pairs of Men's Suspenders. Silk
Web. Famous Harris Wire Buckle.
They were never sold for less than
20 cents a pair.
Our Price S Cents
Some Underwear Bargains.
All our 50 cent Gauze Shirts and
Drawers, at 39 cents.
All our 70 cent Underwear now goes
Men's Peperell Jeans Drawers, the
cent kind, for ? 39 cents.
The 30 cent kind for 19 cents
In our house, no matter whether men's, boys' or Children's, is:
up and at your mercy at less than manufacturers' cost. All
goods are plainly marked. A child can buy here as well ae
the most experienced man. NO G0ODS EXtHANGEB- No
goods sent out on approval during this sale. All goods cash. Our guaran?
tee of satisfacton or money refunded.
L?oofc fop the Red Front.
Watch our ads. Call and investigate this Money-Saving Sale.
Private lessons at your home or
where most convenient.
Impediments, or "halting spi
absolutely cured. 1 demonstrate
show you all that 1 leach in a pre
the best in the world
LOCK BOX 220,
When Vlsitlnrj Phoebus Gall at
j| Mellen'street, near MaUory.
3 Where you can get a good square
Refreshments at bar room
j TttOS. ft. DOUGHTY,
W. W. WARREN
Opposite the Postofflee
Frames, Sash, Blinds & Doors
QUEEN SREETT, HAMPTON VA.
P. O. BOX ion.
i|UV? vj , v/vmiuj ,
are today wonderful men.
They are the pride of America.
Yet they are no more wonder?
ful than the bargain I am |
offering in three styles of
FRENCH TOILET SOAP.
Violet, Heliotrope, and Jack j
Rose. They are all command- I
ers of great value. These are |
well made, round milled
soaps, very hard and lasting,
5 CTS. PER CAKE
I have also small lot of
Dr. King's Skin Soap left at
Violet Ammonia at the
remarkably low price of
cents a bottle.
Im. G. Burgess,
Vh Transportation Co
W. R. SCULL, Manager.
Freight. Baggage, Safes a t ' rnl
ture carefully and promptly moved.
All kinds of hauling done at low
PHONE 2592. x ? ?- BOX 141.
That Really Protect |
from the flies and other sum?
mer pests are the sort of screens you
want. Made to tit your window snugly.
Do not warp, nor crack, nor wear at I
the edges of the wire netting?that's |
the sort of screens we sell at the price
or the fall-to-pleces kind.
Geo. n. Richter
No. 9 Queen Street, Hampton, Va.
New Stock, New Prices
Pianos & Organs
Gail & ExamineWhen Passing j
The Hume, Minor Co,
J. R. SWINERTON, Manager.
SPECIAL RATES TO COMMERCIAL
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN
km MAIN STREET.
S ? DD YjU K30W
dr. FELIX !.? DPUN'S
\|f -J Steel ? Pennyroyal T^anest
is tno ori?insl i
safe and relia'
Genuine solo c
wi the. rnar
iS ;.y mail.
For Kale by KLOR'S DRUG STORES,
Newport News. Va.
15 minutes' ride by Ports?
mouth StreetKailway. Grand
opening and flag raising
July 4. High class Vaude?
ville fluly 4th and. thereaf?
ter daily. Admission to Park
i : 0 . or r'nlclk & Willoughfeij
FAMOUS FRENCH REMEDY
endorsed by thousands
Of iadies as a periodical regulator without an equal,
successful when Cotton Root. Pennyroyal, Ergot, etc ,
haveproven worthless, 8(S two-cent stamps brings trial
paCKage, ard convinces the most skcptical'of their won?
derful properties. Send 4 cents in stamps lor pamphlet
containing valuable information for ladies. Adores;
LoClaik Pill Co., U. S. Agents, Boston. Mass
N. B.?All correspondence confidential and return?
with trial package.
For sale in Newport New? by W. G.
Burgess. ... m : &*.
HAMPTON N E WS
Hampton Buvcau of ?t|c Bnily $)resst
King Street, near Queen, opposite the PosWffice.
All ngivs letters for publication in this department should be addressed to
Daily Press Bureau, Hampton. _
The Daily Press will be found for sale every morning at the following
Hampton?Shield's book store. Queen street, and at the office of the paper
on King street.
Old Point?Baulch's stationery and hook store, Hygela Hotel, Chnmberlin
BARTON VS. BUCKRQE
The Theatrical Manager to
APPEAL TO CIRCUIT JUDGE
Deputy Collector Smith's Wife Fined
Five Uolti.r* .?11 a Cliurire <?f
Trespass. Other Matters
Mr. J. M. Barton, the Newport News
theatrical manager, is not satisfied
with the manner in which Judge Baker
I". Lee disposed of his application for
a license to sell liituor at the Sand
Hills, a poiut on the bay shore within
sight of the Buckroe Beach Hotel, and
has appealed to the Circuit Court. It
is said lhatjudgc Biackstone has been
aL-iked to come to Hampton and hear
testimony and argument in the ease.
Mr. Francis F. Causey. Mr. Thomas B.
Selaler and Sir. A. C. Ashby have been
retained by Mr. Hartem, and Colonel
Thomas Tabb, Mr. Arthur Segar and
Commonwealth's Attorney Collier will
look after tin? interests of those who
an- .>t" tlie opinion that there is already
rum enough within easy reach of Mr.
Darling's popular summer resort.
During tlie past week an effort was
made to create the impression that the
persistent efforts to establish gin mills
in the vicinity of Buckroe had so uis
couraged Mr. Darling that he had de?
cided to dispose of the property. The
story went so tar as to allege that ne?
gotiations had been in progress for a
week or two looking to the tr-.uisl'er of
tin- hotel and surrounding grounds to
the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad Com?
pany, the present owners ..eeping only
the electric railroad running from
Phoebus. This rumor which, of course,
was accepted as true by those who
wished it to be so. was intended.to help
Mr. Barton, but the falsehood upon its
faee was so apparent that it served
'..nl.v to excite ridicule. To set aside all
doubt in regard to the matter, how?
ever, tin- writer Called upon Captain
Frank Darling and asked him if the
rumor contained any truth. Without
a moment's hesitation he branded it as
utterly false. "We have never thought
for a. moment," said ho, "of selling the
hotel and have entertained no such
proposition from any one. We shall do
everything in our power to prevent the
opening of saloons near Buckroe. Our
objec t is to give the people of Hamp?
ton and Newport News a first-clas;>
summer resort and we do not intend
to submit to the sale of liquor in the
vicinity of the hotel. As long as we
run the railroad to Buckroe we shall
oppose the sale of liquor there."
When Judge Blackstone takes up the
ease his attention will be called to a
number of things which were not
brought out in the hearing before
Judge Lee and the fact will be made
plain that were it not for the fact that
the attendance at Buckroe Beach Is
always large during the outing season,
no one would want a saloon there.
Bayside, the colored resort near by.
has considerably augmented travel in
that direction this year, and the pres?
ence at the Pines Battery of a bat?
talion of Maryland volunteers has had
tin: effect of stimulating a desire for it
rum miil in the neighborhood. The at?
tempt, of two hundred soldiers, who
had indulged in lighting liquor at
Phoebus, to start a row at the hotel
one night lust week, gives one a. fair
idea of what would happen were it
possible to buy whiskey at the Sand
Tlie question which Judge Black
stone will have to answer is simply
this: ' Shall the people of Hampton and
Newport News give up the only re?
spectable pleasure resort within reach
of those towns in order that Mr. Bar?
ton may open and Conduct a saloon at
the Sand Hills, or shall Mr. J. M. Bar?
ton's application be turned down in
the interest of the people, of common
decency and morality? A 'Saloon at
that point means drunken men, and,
as Attorney Ashby remarked, inadver?
tently, perhaps, during the hearing be?
fore Judge Lee, "there is no telling
where a drunken man will go." It can
hardly be doubted, accepting Mr. Ash
by's view of the matter as tlie correct
one, that Buckroe Beach would get
some ui the patrons of Mr. Barton's
Sand Hills Ordinary.
FIVE DOBBABS FOB TRESPASS.
Collector R. M. Smith's AVife in the
Police i lourt.
Mayor Hope yesterday fined the wife
of Deputy Collector lt. M. Smith, of
this city. $5 upon a charge of trespass
filed by Eveline Mealy, a colored wo?
man who claims to have leased the
properly on Queen street, near St.
John's church, owned by the collector.
About a week ago Mis. Smith called
at the house ami insisted that it was
her house and intimated that the other
woman was in unlawful possession of
Smith and his wife have not lived to?
gether for some time. Domestic differ
em-es between them arose to break the
harmony of this union and for weeks
colored society was all agog by reason
of th? rumor that they were about to
separate. Subsequent events proved
that the story was well founded, for
Collector Smith settled the matter by
Illing suit for divorce, retaining the
Hon. George D. Wise, of Richmond, as
his attorney. He charged his wife with
desertion. Mrs. Smith, in a lengthy
and sensational cross-bill, charged her
husband with cruelty. non-support
The divorce case is now in the hands
"of Judge Biackstone and as it has not
in-en decided Mrs. Smith claims that
she is the collector's wife and that the
Queen street property is as much her
home as It ever was. She had been
absent some time, but a few days ago
told her husband that she was coming
buek. Smith told her that he had
leased the house to Mrs. Mealy and
therefore had no control over any pan
of it except a room which he was rent?
ing. He thus left the two women to
fight it out, which they did in the po?
lice court yesterday. After a futile ef?
fort to obtain accurate information in
the divorce proceedings Mayor Hope
finally took the matter up on its merits
and, as Mrs. Mealy seemed to be in
lawful possession of the property, fined
Mrs. Smith $5.
Colored people arc divided in opinion
as to the correctness of the mayor's
judgment, but he probably knew what
he was doing.
WILD BIO ACCEPTED.
Hampton Bight Tnfantry to Be Mus?
tered Into State Home Guard.
Ever since Governor Tyler decided to
organize a State home guard to take
the place of the regular Slat.- troops
that have gone to war. Captain James
V. Bickt'ord. of the Hampton Light In?
fantry, lias been endeavoring to Induce
Acting Adjutant J. L. Stern t'> muster
the company Into the home guard
Captain Bickt'ord has made several
trips to Richmond in the interest of his
command and when seen in regard to
the matter yesterday said that he had
every reason to believe that his com?
pany would be aeeepted. Only a few
minor details are to be complied with
and the organization will be mustered
The governor decided to form the
company because of a threatened
lynching In Petersburg, at which lime
the absence of State troops very near?
ly caused a great deal of trouble. 'I'll, n
it was that he decided that a State
home guard should be formed. This
fact will be of great assistance to Cap?
tain Bicltford in getting his .ipany
into the newly organized militia. The
fact that the present jail In this city is
nothing but a frame structure that
could be easily pulled down by a mob.
will be impressed on' the authorities
in Richmond to point out to them the
necessity of a military organization at
A number of the most prnniine.ut-f-lt-i
izens of this city have written to tlie
governor urging him lo commission the
new company. Among others is Sheriff
Curtis, who has written a letter ask?
ing that the company be mustered* into
the home guard and giving as Iiis rea?
son that if a riot should occur and an
attempt made to break into the. jail he
would be powerless to stop it without
the assistance of the militia.
THIS BUENA VENTURA.
passed Old Point. Hound for Cuba, on
The Buena Ventura passed 01,1 Point
Sunday morning at an early hour from
Norfolk, bound for Santiago de Cuba,
with over 100 colored laborers aboard.
It will be remembered the Buena
Ventura was formerly a Spanish mer?
chantman and was the llrsi prize cap
lured in the war. She was taken by
the gunboat Nashville, which was built
by the Newport News Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Company.
The auxiliary cruiser Yankee also
sailed out the Capes Sunday morning
on her way to Cuba and the auxiliary
cruiser St. Louis passeil the Capes at
t!:40 o'clock Sunday morning, bound for
New York, after having conveyed Ad?
miral Cervera and the officers of the
destroyed Spanish ileet to Annapolis
from Portsmouth, N. It.
GOT A DUCKING.
While returning to old Point from a
visit to this city .yesterday morning,
a colored member of tlie UniteiT* States
Hospital Corps, from Santiago, fell into
Mill Creek from an electric car. He
attempted to get off at tlie small plat?
form in the rear of Colonel Marye's
house, but missed his footing and in?
stead of landing on the platform he
tumbled into the creek, several feet be?
low. Xhe water was only a few- feel
deep and a partial ducking was the
only damage sustained.
It is reported that the First Mary?
land regiment is to lie ordered to Camp
Alger in the near future lo take the
place of some of the troops now there.
The regiment is not equipped well
enough lo be sent to Porlo'Rieo and as
the troops now at Camp Alger are to
go witli tluu expedition Hi.-re will be
plenty of room in the camp for the
Private L. Y. Whiting has sent tvven
tw-two recruits to Jacksonville for the
AN ODD-TIME TAR.
He Sacrificed Himself to Save His
The naval history of the United
States is replete with instances of in?
dividual bravery and heroism that
have made Uncle Sam's sturdy lars
especially dear 10 the hearts of all pa?
triotic Americans, says the Indianapo?
One of the most remarkable of these
heroic deeds, the usual character of
which has given it a special page in the
naval annals of this country, was that
Of Reuban James, an ordinary seaman,
who saved the life of his commander,
the famous Commodore Stephen De
catur, by a deliberate act of self-sac?
During a battle with Tripolitan war
vessels, in the early part of the pres?
ent century, Decatur boarded one of
the enemy's ships, to revenge the death
of his brother, who had been treacher?
ously killed by a Tripolitan command?
er. The latter was signalled out for
attack by Decatur. as soon as he got
aboard, and a fierce hand-to-hand con?
flict ensued. The Turk was a large,
powerful man, and grappled Decatur,
both men falling on the deck. Just
then -another Tripolitan officer aimed a
blow- with his sword at Decatur's de?
fenseless head. Reuben James, an
American sailor, both of whose arms
'were temporarily disabled by wounds,
saw the impending blow, and dashing
forward, he interposed his own head
to save that of his daring captain.
Fortunately, the blow was a glancing
one. but it made a terrible gash in tlie
skull, it was a. long time before he re?
covered from the effects of the blow.
His brave act was suitably recognized
by Congress, which granted him a pen?
sion, though he continued in active
Besides being a brave men James
was also a philosopher of the Diogenes
lyiie, though he, probably, had never
heard of that wise old man's interview
with the great Alexander. When his
injuries had healed, and he was again
ready for duty, James was asked by
Decatur' what he could do for him.
The sailor, who was quarter gunner 0:1
the vessel, and hail charge of tin?
men's hammocks, touched his hat in
the customary salute, and. after a
moment's reflection, replied: "Noth?
ing, sir, as I knows on, 'cept youjiilglit
let some'un else give out Ujfflfhum?
mocks when they're piped ililpH.''
Gins* Itcplnoiii? Granite.
Glass bricks are gradually coming
into use, and it is said that glass will
soon be used for making statues for
public squares, as it resists the corrod?
ing effect of the weather much better
than marble or granite.
Wearing Hats In i'arttmient.
In the English House of Parliament
it is customary for the members to
take off their hats when they walk to
their seats, or when they rise to leave,
but to wear them when they are' seat-j
One hundred pairs boys' pants, sizes
E to 14. worth 50 and 7fi cents for 39
rents at McComb, Htiflhea & Go.'3.
jiily 1-tf._-__l_JL_i^ JS
FINANCE ?ND COMMERCE
Market Qu tsur.s fiom the
Leading Business Centers.
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
NEW YORK, July 1?.?Money on call
I 1-4?1 1-2 per cent.; last loan, 11-2 per
cent.; prime mercantile paper, 3 3-4<&4
per eenl.: sterling exchange steady,
with actual business in bankers' bills
at 4.S5 3-44.t4.S6 tor demand, and at 4.S4
1-2SJ3-4 for sixty days; posted rates,
4.S5 1-2 and 4.S7: commercial bills 4.83?
?.S3 1-2; silver certificates, 59 1-Stg59 1-4:
bar silver, 59 1-4: Mexican dollars, 45
5-S: government bonds, irregular.
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
NEW YORK, July IS.?The down?
ward movement in stocks today was
checked before the close and the level
of prices brought back slightly above
Saturday's close. But it cannot be said
that the market was sustained by any
buying demand, for iis lethargy was
almost complete. All indications point
to a coming redundancy in the money
market, but no evidence of an overflew
.'!" funds in stocks was manifest today.
The allotment of the government bonds
it is felt certain will result in the re
lease of large sums on account or re?
Tin- usual demand of interior mcr
chanls for money at this period is not
evident at all in tin- New York money
market, the How of funds during the
nasl week having been front the inte?
rior to New York. Lenders of money
therefore have little hone or netting
better rales in the immediate future.
Itusiness In bonds was light today,
?unl prices sagged early hut later rc
eovered. Total sales. 2.240.000.
Baltimore & Ohio. ?p3
Canada Vac.lie . ^3
Canada Southern. t?2J
UhesnpeaRu ess imiio. -.-?
Chicago ei Alton. 100
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy.. 1051
CO. C. & St. L. 4U
do tlo pref'il. 5*5
Delaware & Hudson. 101*
Delaware, I^utk. ii W. 153
Brie (new). l'-H
Kurt Wayne. 170
f-rreat Northern pref'd. 125
Illinois Central. 10bs
Lake Shore. 1S8
Louisville & Nashville. 52S
Manhattan L . 1044
Michigan Oentriil. 104
Missouri Pacific.'.. 3-*4
Mobile Hi Ohio. 25
New Jersey Central. Sag
New York" Central. US
Norfolk Si Western. 14
Northern Pacific. 2Sj
do pref'd. 0?4
Kock Island. '.'?*>?
3t. Paul. !|H?
do pref'd . IM
Southern Pacific. l'-'i
Southern Railway. S?
do pref'd. Olli]
Texas &. Pite.itie. l-'i
Union Pacific pref'd,. 5Ug
Adams Express. lOrj
American Express. loll
United States Express. 40
Wells Fargo Express. 117
American Tobacco. Hoi
do prel'd . 120
People's (ias. OH
Consolidated Gas. 1H54
General Electric. obi
Pacific. Mail. ?84
Pullman Palace. 208
?ilver Certi?cates. 5UJ
Sugar . 1324
do prel'd . lWt
Tennessee Coal & Iron. 244
Western Union. Uli
Chicago North western. 120 4
do prel'd. 1724
Chicago Great Western. 14,\
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
CHICAGO, July IS.?Corn absorbed
all the attention in the speculative" pits
b'flay. Wheat rules dull but Arm.
July wheat closed 3-4c higher, Septem?
ber 1-Sc lower and December gained
1-se. Corn and oats lost l-4c each.
Pork left off 2 l-'Je up, lard unchanged,
and ribs 2 l-2c?5c higher.
WHEAT? Open High Low Close*
July 73J 75 786 741
Sept 07? tiTJ 07} 07?
Dec tS7!| tia 071 07i.
.July 82^ 84 i 83} 88?
Sept 22 A 844 884 33S
July 10} 20 1 il s IDS
Sept lili 22|j 22| 22!|
Sept 0.?0 10.10 'J.'JO 10.02?
Sei t 5.074 5.72 5.00 5.674
Out 5.724 5.774 5.70 5.724
Seilt 5.07J 5.75 5.074 5.72i
Dec 5.774 S.fcO 5.70 5.75
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour weak;No.2 yellow corn, 83; No.
2 spring wheat, 754; No. 8 spriug
wheat, 70<?s75; No. 2 roil, 75;
No. 2 corn, 33; No. 2 oats, 231;
No. 2 white, 27; No. 3 white, ~;>
@25?; No. 2 rye, 4B; No 2 barley,
81<ji)35; No. 3,-; No. 4-;
-;No. 1 llax seed, 104*; prime
timothy seed, 2.55; luess pork per
barrel !).SI0t?i(.95; lard per 100 pound
? (10@5.G2J; short ribs sides loose,
? 50(3)5.80; dry salted si., uklers"
boxed 4J@5; short clear sides
boxed, f>.firstname.lastname@example.org, whiskey, distillers
finished goods, per gallon, ?
NEW YORK COTTON FUTURES.
NEW YORK. July IS.?Cotton fu?
tures opened steady at the decline;
sales, 7,?00 bales. July, 5.90; August,
5.9S: September, 6.94; October, 5.95; No?
vember, 5.9G; December, 5.99; January.
6.02; February, 6.05; March, 6.09.
BALTIMORE PRODUCE MARKET.
BALTIMORE, July 18.?Flour?Dull;
western super, 2.90?3.15.
Wheat?Easy; spot, SO l-2Ji>S0 3-4;
month. 79 3-4@S0; August. 74 3-4@7f>;
I September. 73 l-2@73 3-4; southern
wheat by sample. 73@S1 1-2.
Corn?Strong; spot and month, 37 1-2
(fJS-4; August. 37 3-4@38; September, 37
JJV2?s3S3t4; southern white corn 39@40.
I Oats?Strong and higher; No. 2 white,
31 (T, 32.
Rye?Steady; No. 2 nearby, 50; No. 2
western, 52 1-2.
Grain Freights?Easier; steam to liv
erpool per bushel. 1 l-4d July: Cork for
orders, pit quarter, 2s 10 l-2d, July; 3s
(?i2s 1 l-2d. August.
Sugar?Strong: granulated, 545 1-2.
Butter?Steady; fancy creamery. 17?
IS: do imitation. 16; do ladle. 13ffil4;
good lad^e. 12; store packed, 10@11.
Eggs?Firm: fresh, 32.
Cheese?Steady; fancy New York
large. 8 1-4S7S 1-2: do medium, S1-2&S
3-4; do small. S 3-4(3)9.
Lettuce?1.10fffl.25 per basket.
Whiskeyemail@example.comS per gallon for
finished goods In car loads, firstname.lastname@example.org
l>er K.allon for jobbing lots.
Sir John Willoughby and Colonel
Frank Rhodes are the only British oiri
cers dropped from the army on account
or their participation in the Jav-neson
raid who have not been restored to
their rank. \
Be advised! Consult Brlghtwell &
Hurt. Lafayette Avenue, Fancy ('.ro?
vers, before buying elsewhere. Num
sr-n's Old Orchard Vinegar always on
anil Family Liquor Store
E.STflBL>1 SrfBD IN 1888,
Is the place for you to buy your
Wines anil Liquors for Cooking and
uiese are ob Rules 01 t&e Gate ona saio
ISTo Loud Talking
or Singing, discuss?
ing of Politics, Na?
tionality or Reli?
gion. All who
j cannot comply with
1 these rules are re?
quested to spend
their time and mon?
ey elsewhere. j it
All Order? by mall will receive prompt
No. Mil WASHINGTON AVTEETOB,
P J. Box 10. NEWPORT NEWS. VA
I \ HESAPEA1CE .& ulllO RAILWAY
KJ FOR RICHMOND, WASHING?
TON, LYNCHB?RG, CINCINNATI,
LOUISVILLE, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS,
&C. MOUNTAIN RESORTS AND
Schedule in effect June 2G, 1898.
westb?und7j j & 1 l__n___?v_j
LvNewport Newsl SOOal...._| 435p
Ar Richmond _| 10 15a|.| 6 50p
Lv~Richmond .... I l?Yoal.
?10 20a| 2 15p
Ar Lynchburg ..
Ar Lexington, Vu
Ar Nafl Bridge .
Ar Clifton Forge
Lv Richmond ...
Ar Charlottesville[* 1 45pj B 44p
Ar Staun ton .!? 3 3Spj 7 OSp
Ar Clifton Forge |* 5 4tip "
Ar Va. Hot Spr'gs.1 9 50p
Ar White Sulphur * C 26p[ 9 28p
Ar Cincinnati_ .1 7 65a
Ar Louisville _ . 1100a
Ar Chicago .|.| 5 3op
Ar St. Louis .J.I 6 *Bp I 7 30a
?Dally except Sunday. Other time
Nos. 5 and 1 Mountain Resorts taaln
daily to Richmond und exaspt Sunday,
Richmond to Ronceverte.
Parlor Car Old Point tt? Ronceverte
No. 1 with Pullman dally Rishmond
lo Cincinnati. Louisvill? and tit. Louis.
No. 3 with Pullman dally Old Point to
Minion, Cincinnati and Louisvill?.
Meals served on dining cars on Nob.
1 and 3 west of Gordonsvllle.
TRAINS LEAVE NEWPORT NBWR
FOR OLD POINT
Week days 10 30 a. 11 IB a and 1, 3, 6.
g 05 and 6 15 p m.
Sundays only 1115 a and 1, 3, 6, 6 05,
7, S and 9 pm.
FOR NORFOLK. |ExtralNo. 2|No. 4
_I Trip, j dal, dal.
Lv. Newport Newa . S 20a 111 15a 6 OSp
Ar Norfolk. 9 15a 12 lip 7 05p
Ar Portsmouth .. ...|_|l2 28p| 7 20p
Steamer Louise leaves Portsmouth
dally U 40 a m and 3 00 p m. Leaves
Norfolk 7 00 a m, 9?? a m and 3 30pm
for Newport Newa.
For tickets and o.*__s_ Information ap?
ply to E. W. ROBIXSHm,- Ticket Agent,
JOHN D. POTTS,
Asst. Gen. Passenger Ae'C" y
"P HE NORFOLK & WASHTNO
i- ton STEAMBOAT COMPANY.
The New and Powerful Iron Palace
Steamers Newport News, Washington
and Norfolk will leave dally as fol?
Steamers leave Portsmouth, foot
of North street at.5:00 p. m.
Leave Norfolk, foot of Mathews
street at .5:45 p. no.
Leave Old Point at. 6:45 p. m.
Arrive Washington at.7:00 a. m.
B. Sc. O. R. R. PENN., R. R.
Lv. Washington at.. 8:00 a m..8:00 am
Ar. Philadelphia at. 11:00 a m.10:50 am
Ar. New York at.. .. 1:25 p m..2:15pm
South bound, B. & O. R. R. Penn. R, R.
Lv. New York at-11:30 a m.. 1:00 am
Lv. Philadelphia at. 1:33 p m..3:18 fllan
Ar. In Washington .. 4:30 p m..6:18 p m
Steamers leave Washington at 6:30 pm
Arrive Fortress Monroe at_7:00 am
Arrive Norfolk at . 8:00 a m
Arrive at Portsmouth at.8:30 a m
The trip down the historic Potomac
n ver and Chesapeake Bay on the ele?
gant steamers of this company 13 un?
surpassed. The steamers are compar?
atively new, having been built in 189L
and are fitted up in the moat luxuri?
ant manner, with electric lights, oali
bell, and steam heat in each room.
The tables are supplied with every de?
licacy of the season from the markets
of Washington and Norfolk.
For further information apply to
D. J. CALLAHAN, Agents
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
DAILY SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND VIRGINIA
The elegant passenger steamships
Jamestown, Guyandotte, Princess Anns
and Old Dominion leave New York
every day except Sunday at 3:30
P. M.. for Norfolk and Newport News,
touching at Fortress Monroe on tha
south bound trip.
The ships of this line leave Norfolk
for New York direct every day except
Sunday at 5:30 P. M.
A short, delightful and Invigorating
First-class, straight, including meals
and berth .% 8-W
First-class, round trip, including
meals and berth . $13.00
Steerage, without subslstance- 4.50
Steamer Luray arrives from Smith
field and leaves for Norfolk daily ex?
cept Sunday at 8:00 A. M. Returning
leaves Norfolk from Bay Line wharf
every day except Sunday at 3:00 P. M.
M. B. CROWELL. Agent.
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS?
PORTATION CO.'S STEAMSHIP
LINKS FOR BOSTON, PROVIDENCE*
Leave Newport News, via Norf oik for
Boston every Monday,Wednesday and
Friday, sailing from Norfolk at 5:30 r.
M. Leaves for Providence Tuesdays,
Fridays and Sundays at 5:30 P. M.
Leave Newport News for Baltimore
Mondays, Fridays. Saturdays and Sun?
days at 5 P. M.. connecting for Wash?
ington, Philadelphia and New York.
Fare to Baltimore, one way, $3; round
trip; $5, including stateroom berth. Ac?
commodations and cuisine un?
equalled. Freight and passengers
taken for all points north and south.
For further Information apply to
L. C. SAUNDERS. Agent,
Newport News, Va.
W. P. TURNER, G. P. A.
J. C. WHITNEY, T. M.
General office, Balttmore. Mfl.
np HE STEAMER S. A. M'CALIi
1 wlll^'save Newport News Witt?
both frofgii* and passengers for Peters?
burg ver- Monday. Wednesday and
Friday ab. "rancl5 A. M., and will leave
Newport } *">r Norfolk every Tues?
day ThurRtlon fd Saturday about V