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u lecond-oltaa matter
TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1009.
!&??? 'A -QUESTION OF MOTIVE. .
7: Whatever may have been , trie
antecedents of tho Neablt woman br
. the' degenerating Idloayncraslea of
. Harry Thaw, one fact stands out clear
?nd'dlritlnrt In tho maze of conflicting
theories surrounding tho killing oT
: Ar?h,'itect White:. \The. victim 'deaerv
, ed Juat What he got n'nd. eo'far an the
tragic fate of that lochcr'oua libertine
Ik ooncchitfd ? no ono nebd give him
self thought, aavo to ahun the deapl
cable deeda by whtoh ho sought to
ntln' Innocent girls and by which bo
dragged his nam# and his roputatlon
. Into the filthiest mire of a wicked and
! Whother or not Harry Thaw, tho
self-appointed executioner of tho archl
teot was justified In Bhootlng tho man
dowli In' what seems to have been cold
? h)ood, 8, Jury of his poorH must decide.
. ' Bvcn under the most soul-stirring
' provocation the taking of a human
?'. Iff? Te a Borloue tl/ag and1 the jury
should bo satisfied thnt the justified
. tlon 'claimed really oxlstod boforo glv
?( (jig .the prisoner benefit of a loss ':e
-Vprd; verdict than first degree' mur>
v}f Thaw had been more careful of]
-, Ills ', wlfo'o reputation before he uiar
tied, her tho higher Jaw. which desires
that' a man may justly dofcud his
'. ?*|fe'B houor, oven to tho extent of
., taking the life of. her traducer, would
apply, without question,' but there are
pblnts at, Issue which makes It doubt?
ful whether he .was Inspired by a flue
f aeoae of1 chlvaltic honor or by Insane
jealousy. Undoubtedly the verdict of
the Jury will rest upon tho decision
v regarding this very material question
;?Xl>Tbe tin can. trust might as well
"p*iWsh all hope of receiving sympathy
'imiTowBer-'andold dog Tray In Its
le of trouble.
jtLByENTM HOUR ASSISTANCE.
; jfiK^plto Speaker Cannon's -vigorous
^position to a Jamestown exposi
)n-appropriation tho House and Sen
Ute : made a. liberal donation toward
objects of the Important and meri
f. totldus colebratlon to be held at
HttTiipton Ronds next year. The en
tqrprl.-iu would havo been successful
regardless of congressional action,
hjircause the people of Vlrglula were
?determined to make it so. but there
4ffiM>. he. rio doubt that the goodly Bum
|e|. aside for use in connection with
: thO !'falr. Insures the financial as well
fej^i tpe l\l.?torlc and artistic Buccess of
fejJTtfe exposition management may
i'tip%,complete Its plans and push them
/to/completion at once. Time Is press?
ing ami unless there is aggressive and
vCjipBtant labor from now on the gates
?f;;tlio-exposition will not be ready to
'tfe$f:-j|th'rown open at the designated
g'i^Jig work of th? management would
; hkve been simplified If congressional
HSum bad been tnken at the begin
':li[iig o( tho session. The autocrat
?WS$)\e, House, however, saw* fit-to
S^oc** action and it will bo-necessary
4.%ake the best of the-assistance
?thtod at the eleventh hour. The
Ijyj?entinient; of the House and 8;;n
| ate; Vipon the quest ion was shown by
the fact that the speaker was outwlt
^jtgd and a sum equal to;that re
$mpied by' the committee or industrial-.
j^|tt| ifid expositions was finally grant
''J?^. VlrglnianB Bhould bear in mind
t&Utude of tho speaker, if he ever
ahritild ask a favor of this oectloa
|p$h? enterprising town of Phoebus
^V^|!^iri/to.lput on fiiiy.alra. Its
vXwiiStt^-iwwder-.bae an 'advertisement
in today's Issue ctfrthe Dally Press fail
ing for' bids on 'street paving. It 1b
encoaraging to note the forward move?
ment In the matter of municipal im
provemeuts on. too Peninsula.. Only
by 'that means .may this sectlo.i be
kept abreast of tho procession of up
to-date municipalities. ,
~-r*=7 ,' i.uij.i I'M"'
Those' members of Congress who
really are. owned by "Interests" can,
truthfully tell their masters that i'aey
did tho best' thoy could and accom?
plished something by preventing rad'
leal action In many directions which
would have boon Objectionable to the
man behind, the trust.
From a'commercial standpoint tho
beginning of. work on the Yorktown
rai|road line Is ono of the most_lm
po'-tnnt events of reoent years in this
hoctIon. It Is to be hoped that work
oh the Uno. will be pushed to comple?
tion and that cars will bo running
to Yorktown by the beginning of 1007.
It Is too bad that tho sonsibllltles
of thoso who believe that nothing but
good should be said of the, dead,
should be shocked by the Stanford
White disclosures, but It Is worse
that a man should live such a life
as will make such disclosures poast
W?. ' v >'-?'?
The torrlble railway accident near
l/>ndon ought to enable those persons
who have boon enthusiastically point
lug out the English railway Bystom
as the nearest approach to absolute
perfection, to take a reef in their Up.
Wo will watch with consuming In?
terest the effort now bel?g made to
lnbulcate the principles of tempernncd
Into tho civil,war veterans via the
It Is understood that tho Jamestown
management will not make provl<*lon
for a heroic bust of Speaker Cannon,
of tho House of Representatives.
The enterprising Washington cor?
respondent will now proceed to con?
duct his, guessing contest undor tho
Oys tor Ray dato Uno.
Thoso Toledo Icomen appear to be
taking things sn cooly as possible.
U. 8. 8. NEBRASKA 18 8L0W.
On Builders' Trial She Fails to Make
Required Speed. ?
(Uy AsSoclutcd Trcns.)
SEATTLE, WASH., July 2.?Tho
battleship Nebraska, on a builders'
trial today made 18.95 knots over the
proscribed course off Point Heals.'
Tho battleship, with Captain La we
and Captain Jordlson In command,
was sent over the course threo times,
twice at tho record speed mul onco
slowly. Tho requirements of Iho na?
val department are that the battluslr.p
shall make nineteen knots and her
builders assert that this will be ensi'y
The machinery worked 1? a manner
that Chief Engineer Li. 11. CrossoU
pronouncod entirely satisfactory.
EIGHT PERSONS DROWNED.
Whole Family Wiped Out by a Flood
(By Associated Press.)'
?URANGO, COLO.; July 2.-Leon?
ard Boat,. his wife and six children
were drowned wnllo attempting to
ford the Auimas river near Cedar Hill.
.New Mexico, today. Tho family had
started for Durango to attend asttaac
Kills Man Who Assaulted Wife.
(By Associated Press.)
MONROE, N. C. July 2.-J. W.
Hill today shot and killed A. M.
Burgess Sn this county. Tho cause,
of tho shooting was an . alleged crim?
inal assault upon Mrs. Hiss by Bur?
gess. Hill came hero and surren?
dered to -the authorities.
Negro Murders a Clerk.
(Oy Associated Press.)
BIRMINGHAM. ADA., July 2 ?
Kred Owens, a clerk In a railroad
construction . camp, was shot and
killed l?st night1 by a negro with
;whom he ;had a dispute over a few
cents, which he claimed the negro
No Insurance For Cardinal Gibbons.
(By Associated Press.)
BALTIMORE. MD.. July 2.?Cardi?
nal Gibbons has written a letter to the
secretary of the international policy
holders' committee, New York, with?
drawing his consent to serve as a
member of that committee.
600 Rebels Killed.
(By Associated Press.)
. DURBAN. NATAL,. July 2.?the
"Natal revolt continues to be serious.
A heavy engagement occurred Sunday
outside of. .NoQrJsborh. The rebels
lost 600 killed.
County Assessor Waylaid.
. J. W. Coulter, of Leslie. S. D., Asses?
sor of Stanley county,, relates the fol?
lowing: "I was waylaid by a compli?
cation of throat and, lung troubles,
bronchitis, asthma and a terrible
cough, which hat] affected me *nT
years, when I was' persuaded to try
Dr. King's New Discovery. Rfltef al?
most came Immediately and In h short
time a permanent ctje resul'x'." No
other medicine compares with It at-, a
sure and quick cure for coughr au;i
colds, it cures after all oihur Mine
dies have failed. Every bottle euarv
ante^d at W. Blair,3j?nghoriio'f drug
store. Price 50c and fl.OO. Trial btit
Bones Barkel Being. Unsettled
Causes a Stamp In Prices.
CAN?L BONDS 1 NEW FEATURE
Street Is Unable to Digest at the
Present Moment Many More Seen
rltles Even If They Are Gilt-Edged
(By .trisoclutcd Press.)
NEW YORK, N. Y., July 2,?Th4
load of soiling; which tho stock mar
,ket had to carry Boomed slightly ml
tlgutod during the early trading to?
day and the uneasiness of the bears
which was caused by thla fact made
tho market feverish and uneven fo;
a. time under the conlllctiug in
fluences of the selling and the do
mand from the shorts to cover.
The high opening of prices wai
exceeded after the ilrst break In tho
market and there were occasional
rallies after subsequent breaks, but
tho fact was abvlous that any show
of a huying demand was itaken ad?
vantage of to tho full extent to con?
tinue the realizing sales,.
l.ate In the day free liquidation
was resumed and attempts at sup?
port were practically abandoned, tho
consequence heilig a violent fall In
prices fto the-lowest on the part of,
the movement. A flurry In the call
loan market 'was the signal for the
enhanced pressure to sell and tt was
inferred that there was further call?
ing of the loans and enforced clos?
ing out of upheaval holdings.
' The Issuance of a circular by the,
secretary of the treasury inviting
subscriptions by July 20 to $30,000,
000 of Panama Canal bonds was re?
garded as a complicating factor In
the glut In the bond market. The
rocont prosperous course of the gov?
ernment revenues and the surplus In
course of accumulation In the treas?
ury have led to an assumption In
some banking quarters thnt the Im?
mediate needs of the canal work
would be supplied out of the treas?
ury's cash balance: ami the flotation .
of bonds for the work postponed to j
a moro propitious time. This hope
is djdbandoned by tho day's cvept. j
The pressure of liquidation bocanio
acuto In tho late dealings and the
character of tho selling gave evidence
of distress which was believed to
reflect money difficulties on the part
of some speculative holders of long
Now York Money Market.
NEW YORK. N. Y.. July 2,?Mon?
ey on call, strong and higher, 6 !Mr8;
ruling rate, 6; last lonu. 0; closing
bid and offered. (!. Time loans,
strong and dull; sixty days, t 1-2 por
cent!; ninety days, 4 3*4a5. Prime
mercantile paper. r>aT> 1-2 por cent.
Sterling exchange, easier, with actual
business In bankers' bills at 484.55)1.
?184.60 for demand and at 481.90a
481.95 fur sixty day bills. ' Posted i
rates. ' 482 l-2a486 1-2. Commercial
bills, 481 3-4. . . ' '
Baltimore Produce Market.
flALTlM?RB. MD.. July 2.? Flour,
quiet and uncnanged.
Wheat, quiet and lower; spot, 81 3-4
a82; new Sou Wiera, by sample, 79 a
Corn, quiet; snot, 56 3-4a67; South?
ern white, 67a69. ? '??"t^W.
OatB, stoady; No.; 2 mixed. 42a42 1-2.
Rye, dm. and lower.
Hut tor. steady and unchanged; fan?
cy Imitation, 17al8; do. creamery.
Eggs, easy, 18 cents,.
Cheese, actlv ? ? and unchanged;
large, 11 1-4; small. 11 5-8.
Chicago Grain Market.
CHICAGO. ILLS.., July 2.? Gener?
al profit-taking in whent. cam and
oals caused weakness todoy In those
markets on the locnl exchange. Sep?
tember wheat closed 1 l-8ol 1-4 low?
er. Corn was down 1 cent. Oats
were off 7-8. Provisions wero 2 1-2
to 12 1-2 higher.
Reduced Rates via Southern Railway
Account 4th Of July.
Round trip tickets will be sold via
Southern Hallway at rate of one and
one-third fare between all points In
the South on July 2nd. 3rd. and 4th,
with final limit July 8th, 1906. For
further Information, call either 'phone
05 Granl?y Ssaeesv Montlccllo Hole;.
??21-1 It. Norfolk, Va. ?
IT it FOR LADIES, TOO.
Tkes* Caa Stop Their flair Falling- Oof
Ladle* who have thin hair and whose
hair la falling out, can prevent the hatr
falling out, and thicken the growth, with
Newbro'a "Herplclde." Besides, Herpl?
clde la one of the most agreeable hntr
drosslnga there la. Herplcldo kills tho
dandruff germ that ents the hair off nt
the root. After tho germ Is destroyed,
the root will shoot up, and the hair grow
long as ever. Even a sample will con- .
vlnce any lady that N?wbro*s Herplcldo
ta an Indispensable toilet requisite. It
contains no oil or grease. It will not stnln
or dye. Sold by leading druggists. 8enrt
10c, In stamps for sample to The Herpl?
clde Co., Detroit. Wich.
ALLEN* S DRUG STORE. HANGER ft
GUM CK, 8PECIAT- AGENTS.
OUS80W and tOHDONDERRY
Salllag Prom New York Every Saturday
Nr.tv twin screw stkamship?
"CALEDONIA" and "COLUMBIA*
Averago Paaaago 7 1-2 Daya. n
AND FAVORITE BTBAMBUIPI
"Astoria" and "Furnesala"
For Rate* of Saloon, Second Cabin or Third
Clan? fanago, Boolr ofTonraand Further infor?
mation Apply to HENDERSON BROTHERB
Now York, or JAMES 8CRIMGEOUR, Nowport
B.P.9.8,0 Q-O-vJ-P JLftAA-ffJLg.8 JULtUUULP
Room 3, Newport Hotel.
3005 Washington Ave.
Bonds, Stocks, Cotton, Grain and
Provisions bought and Bold outright
or carried on margin Private wires to
New York and Chicago. Correspond?
ents M. J. Sarje & Co., New York.
OFFICIAL RANGE OF STOCKS.
T5$? " Cerracteel Dally by H. E. loykln.
Stocka, Bonds, Cotton, Grain. Etc.; Room 3, Newport Hotel,
Open. High. Low Crose.
Anaconda ... ... ,.? ......?-.o. 234 238 1-2 134 1-2 23?
Allle-Chalmera ... .? . --? - -
Amalgamated Copper .. 97 1-2 98 95 1-4 95 3-8
American Car and Fonadry. 35 1-4 25 3-4 34 5-8 343-4
American Cotton OU.?<. 29 3-4 29 3-4 28 7 8 28 7-8
amerlcan LoccmoUve .... 4. ?6 tit; 1-4 G5 65 1-4
American Smelting ...... 142 1-2 43 5-8 111 Ml 3-8
American Sugar .....?.<..?.. ...f-H- 129 1-2 129 1-2 129 1?91-8
Atchlaon . 88 88 1-2 86 .>t; ;:-s
Atcbiadn. preferred .?_- -
Atlantic Coast Litt. ._ -- -
Qaltlmoro & Ohio. 1165-8 116 5-8 115 115 1-8
Brooklyn Rapid Transit. 76 5-8 76 1-4 74 74 1-4
Canadian Pacific. 158 1-8 158 7-8 158 158 1-2
Chesapeake &. Ohio. 65 1-2 55 3-4 55 55
Chicago Great Western . 16 1-2 16 3-4 16.IS is3-8
Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul. 171 1-2 71 3-4 168 168 5 8
Colorado Fuel and Iron. . ?6 1-4 48 45.1-4 4r 3-4
Distillers' Securities. 56 1-i 59 . 56 i t 561-2
Brie....-. 40 1-8 40 7-8 99 3 4 39 3-4
?rie, first preferred. ?- - -
Illinois Central . 176 176 172 3-1 172 3-4
Louisville ?V Naahvllla. 142 1-2 142 5-8 T40 1-8 1401-8
Manhattan ... ... ..,. ??- - -=? --
Metropolitan Street Railway. - - - -
Metropolitan Street By. ieourltlea. --
M? lean Central. 2011 20 1-2 20 20 ''
M. K. tt T. 32 5-8 32 6-8 32 32
?f. K. & T., preferred. 66 66 65 l-? 65 1-2
Sflssourl Pacific .?. 90 1 ? 90 1-2 '88 1 I 8$ 1-1
National Lead .73 73 1-2 . 72 1-S 72 1-8
???w York Centra!. 131 1-2 31 1-2 127 3 1 127 3 4
N. T., O. * W. 47 14 47 1 8 47 47
^ortoia * W*:i?r?. 871-8 871-8 85 85
Pacific Mai:. 31 31 30 30 *
Pennsylvania.1253-4 125 3-4 122 5 8 122 5-8
People's Gaa. .???? - - - ?
Pressed Steal Car..?.??.. -? ?'?-? - -?
steading. 1211-2 1211-2 11713 1181-8
Republic Iron and Steel. 25 3-8 25 3-8 25 3-8 25 3-8
Republic Iron and Steel, preferred.Iii.- 93 7-8 94 1-2 94 94
Rock Island . 23 5-8 23 6-8
Rock Island, preit rred .i- ?. 66 66 65 1-2 65 1-2
Bloas Sheffield. . 69 69 69 69
Bouthera Pacific .?. 67 67 1-8 63.1-4 64 1-2
?outhem Railway. 33 7-8 33 7-8 33 1-8 33 1-8
Southern R nil way, preferred.- -~ -
Tennemee Coal and Iron. 161 151 145 145
Texas & Pacific. 31 3t 31 31
Union'Pacific . 143 143 1-8 440 5-8 141
United States Rubber .,. 45 .45 44- '4
Unit od States Steel. 34 3-8 34 5-8 32 7-3 33 It
United States Steel, preferred.- 100 100 5-8 99 1-8 99 5-3
Virginia-Carolina Chemical.. .. 36 36 36 36
71rgloiavCarollna Chemloai. preferr?1.. ... ?>? ---
Wahash.. 191-2 19 1-2 19 1-2 19 1-8
*i*a?h, preferred. ........ 44 1-2 44 1?S' 44 1-4 44 1 4
WMteja'Unlea Tel$gra$i> Company.,.-?f? 91 i i
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
SHORT LINE TO PRINCIPAL!
CITIES OP THE SOUTH AND|
SOUTHWEST, FLORIDA. CUBA,
TEXAS. CALIFORNIA AND MEXI?
CO, REACHING THE CAPITALS OFj
Schedule In Effect July 2d, 1906.
Route I No. 41. | No. 33.
Lv. Norfolk .] 9:00 a m| 3:24 p m |
Ar Lewiston N
Lv Wehlen ..
Lv Raleigh ...
Ar Southern Pines
Ar Charlotte .110:45 pm
9:25 a m| 8:50 p m <
2:54 a m 9:23 p m
1:00 p m
11:55 a m
2:10 p in
4:00 p m
6:16 p m
Lv Hamlet .110:15 pm
Lv Columbia _|l2:30am
Ar Augustn ...
Ar Savannah ..
Ar Athen .
Ar Atlanta _
Ar Maecn .
Ar Mobile .
Ar Now Orleans.
4:45 a m
11:30 p m
1:49 a m
3:25 a m
5:38 a in
12:45 p m
6:45 a m
10:00 n m
5:20 p m I
2:20 p ni1
6:50 p m
6:35 p m. 7:35 a m
10:15 p m
6:03 p in
7:40 a m
7:20 n m
2:22 p m
9:25 pin 1
Ar Chattnnooga .
Ar Nashville ...
Ar Memphis ....
1:00 p m
6:55 p in
8:45 a m
9:05 p ni
6:40 a m
3:45 p m
Suffolk & Carolina R. R. train on
route from Elizabeth CHy, N. C, and
intermediate points arrive Portsmouth
10:15 a. m.. dally; returning leaves
Portsmouth. 4:35 p. m? except Sun?
day. Sunday, 7:00 p. m.
Connections at Jacksonville and
Tnmpa for all Florida East Coast
Points. Cuba and Porto Rico.
Only line out of Norfolk operating
through sleeper to Charlotte. N; C.
No. 32 arrives at Portsmouth dally
at 8:00 a. m.
No. 38 arrives at Portsmouth dally
at 5:30 p. m.
J. W. BROWN. Jr..
Passenger Agent, cor. Main and Cran?
ny Sts., New Atlantic Hotel Bldg.,
SCHEDULE TO ALL POINTS
SOUTH AND WEST.
N. B.?Following flgurea published
only as .nformatlon, and are not
Lv. Newport News
C. & O. R'y. . .17:40 a. m. I 5:35 p. m.
Ar. Norfolk.. jS:30 a. m. | G:25 p. m.
Trains From Norfolk.
9:30 a. m. Daily. Local for Suf?
folk, Franklin, Emporla, Clark
vllle, Danville. Oxforu. Durham, and
intermediate stations. Cloae con-1
nectlons at Danville with fast
through trains to all polnta South,
7:30 p. m. Daily. Fast express train
for all points South and West, car?
rying through Pullman sleeping car
Trains From Richmond.
7:00 a. m. Dally, 7-ocal for Char?
lotte, Chase City, Clarkvllle and
Buffalo Lithla Springs.
12:30 p. m. Dally. Limited-Buffet
Pullman to Atlanta and Birming?
ham, New Orleans, Memphis. Chat
tanooga and all the South. Through
coach for Chase City. Oxford, .Dur?
ham and Raleigh.
6:00 p. m. Except Sunday. Keys
11:30 p. m. Dally. Limited. Pull?
man ready, 9:30 p. in., for all the
York iver Line.
4:30 p. m.?Except Sunday. No. 18?
2:15 p. m.?Except Sunday. No. 10.?
Local to West Point.
4:45 a. m.?Except Sunday. No. 74.?
local to WeBt Point.
H. B. SPENCER, G. M., 8. H. HARD
WICK. P. T. M., W. H. TAYLOE, O.
P. A., Washington, D. C.
STANTON CURTIS, P. AY,
Old Dominion Line
FOR NHW YORK?From
Company'? Wharf, Nor?
folk, ever; week day, at
7:00 p. m.
FARED?Fl rot clas?, one way. 18.00.
meals and stateroom, berth Included
Round trip, limit thirty days, $14.00.
Steerage, without subsistence, 16.
Tickets on salo at O. ft O. Railway
NIGHT LINE BEWEEN
NEWPORT NEWS AND RICHMOND
Steamers Brandon and Berkley
leave Pier '.'A" 8:30 every evening,
Steamer Hsmpton will leave Pier
"A" daily except Sunday, at 9 a. m,
going tc Norfolk, and at 4:30 p. to.,
going 4j\ Fmlj.hflc.lrt. Steamer Acco
mac will *flave Pier "A" dally, except
Sunday at & a. m., going to Bmlthfleld
?.nrt about 2:80 p. m., going to Nor?
All bu8ino8a between Now York and
Newport News transacted at Pier 6.
All buslnois between Newport
News,; Norfolk. Rmlthtleld and local
points transacted at Pier "A," foot
of Twenty-fifth atreet.
Acting General Arrnt.
1 H. B. ?vYALKaR,
.Yloe-FSaa. and Truffle MM.
Norfolk and Newport
?INK BEACH ROOTS.
Nowp't News, for
Pine B'ch ft Norf'k
Leave Norfolk for
Pine Bench and
Last Boat leavea Pine Beach 11: ?9
P* "" EFFECTIVE, MAY 24, 1906. t
H. H. CARK, GEO/W. HATCI*
Gen'l Mgr., S.upt
Hampton. Ta._Norfolk, Va.
^' " [ftf ^.. , ,r=^
Chesapeake & -
HOURS THE QUICKES1 LINE
Sec 13. W. Robinson. Agent C.&O. Ry.
Before Arranging for your trip. -
Through Trains. Vcstlbnled, Electric
Lighted. Steam Heated. Dining.
Cars a La Carte through the .
grandest, scenery East of
the Rock Mountains. .
For Richmond, Cincinnati, Indiana
polls, St. Louis, Chicago. Louis?
ville, Nashville, Memphis,
West and Southwest:
10:10 A. M. and 5:26 P. M. dally.
Local for Richmond and James River
7:40 A. M.. week days.
Local for Richmond.
5:40 P. M? week days.
Norfolk & Washington
The new and powerful Iron Palace
steamers, Newport. News. Washington
ami Norfolk will leave dally as fol?
Leave Portsmouth, foot of
North street . 5:00pm
Leave Norfolk, foot of Wa?
ter street . 6:00pm
Leave Old Point Comfort. 7:00 pm
Arrive in Washington ... 7:00am
Arrive in Philadelphia,
Penn. R. R.?*10:50am
Arrive In Philadelphia. D.
& O. R. R.**ll:ip am
Arrive in New York, Penn.
R. R. . ?1:10am
Arrive In New York, B. &
O. R. R. ?2:00 pm
Lv. New York, Penh R. R. *12:00p:n
Lv. New York. B. & O. R. R. *I :00 p m
Lv. Philadelphia. Penn. R.R. 2:55 p m
Lv. Phlla, B. & O. R. R. ... 2:08pm
Ar. Washington. Penn. R.R. 6:10 pm
Ar. Washington. D.&O.R.R.**5:00 p m
Lv. Washington. ?6:30 pm
Ar. Old Point Comfort_ *7:00am
Ar. Norfolk.' ?8:00 am
Ar. Portsmouth . ?8:30am
?Dally. ??Dally except Sunday... j
Tho trip down the historic Potomac
River and Chesapeake Bay on the ele?
gant steamers, of this company Is'un?
surpassed. The steamers are compar?
atively new, having been built in
IojI. and aro fitted up In the most
luxuriant manner, with electric lights,
call bell and steam heat In each room.
The tables are supplied with every
delicacy of the season from the mark?
ets of Washington and Norfolk. For
tickets, reservation of staterooms,,
and further information apply to Ii J.
CALLAHAN, Agont. Norfolk. Va.
??' . f
Merchants' & Miners'
Steamship Linea for Boston, Provi?
dence and Baltimore.
Leave Newport News, via Norfolk,
for Boston every Tuesday. Wednes?
day. Friday and Sunday. Leaves'for
Providence every Monday,, Thursday
and Saturday, sailing from Norfolk at
6:00 p. m. .ijtyi
Leave. NowportiNewa ,for, .Baltimore
daily, except Tuesday,and \Vedaesday,
at 6 p. m.. connecting .for "Washington.
Philadelphia and .New York.
Fare to Baltimore, one 'way, $3.00;
round trip, $5.00, Inoluding stateroom
berth. Accomodatlons .and cuisine
Freight and passengers taken for all
points North and South. Steamers
leave Baltimore, foot of Long Dock,
dally, promptly at 6 p. m.
Only Ijno running a Sunday,Bteaaier
between Newport Newa and Balti?
more.' For further information'apply
D. R. MnNEILL, Agent.
Nowport News. Va.
W. P. TURNER. O. .P. A.
J. C. WHITNEY,- A. D. STEBBIN3.
2d.V. P. ft. T. M. Gen'l. Mgr.
General Offices, Baltimore, Md..
Clyde Steamship Co.
Steamers to Philadelphia
MONDAY, THURSDAY and ~
Sailing from Philadelphia. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday. ?
Freight received and dellvered"dally
at C. ft O. Plei' No. 6. Office. River
Road. JAS. W. McCARRICK,
Gen. Southern Agt.
W. P. CLYDE ft CO., Gen. Ast?.. ;
12 South Delaware-Avenue, Phlladel