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THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL
The Test of the ^Separate
AS lV PASSED THE HOUSE
Separate, but Kqunl Arra unioUattous
aiurn ii? iToviftrU For wiilw mm
Colored People on Klent? boats nnd
Knilroaits ? Trnlu? 'I lint nro K*"
??Opt? Flml and .Srcoiv* ?1. ''"*" Ac~
commodnMoii? on All Kt?VI?*s,
(Special to Vlrginlan-Pllot.;?
Raleigh, N. C, Feb. 22.?Following: ls
the text or the separate car bill whlol
passed the House, to-day: It is a sub-?
Ptltute hill drawn by Craige, of Bun- ]
combe, and submitted to the committee
"Section 1. That nil railway and
Steamboat companies, as common car?
riers in transportation of passengers
for hire in North Carolina ?ither than
street railways, shall provide separate
but equal accommodations for white
nnd colored races in ail passenger
trains and steamboats carrying passen?
gers. Such accommodations may be
furnished by railway companies either
by separate passenger curs or by com?
partments In passengers cars which
shall be provided by railways under the
supervision and direction of board of
railway commissioners or officers suc?
ceeding to their powers. Provided, that
this shall not apply to relief tr?+ns?in?
cases of accident, to Pullman or sleep?
ing ears of through express trains thai
do not stop at all stations and are not
used ordinarily for traveling from sta?
tion to station, to negro servants in at?
tendance on their employers, to officers
or guards transporting prisoners and to
prisoners so transported.
"Hofttlon 2. Railway Commissioners or
officers succeeding to their powers are
hen by authorized to exempt from pro?
visions of this act. branch lines and
narrow gauge railways, if in their judg?
ment enforcement of this act lie un?
necessary to secure comfort of passen?
gers by reason of light volume of pas?
senger trnllic or small number of ne?
gro passengers traveling on such nar?
row gauge or branching linos.
"Section 3. That when any coach or
compartment of car for either race
shall be completely tilled at station
where no extra coach or car can be
had and Increased number passengers
cannot be foreseen, conductor In charge
of such train is hereby authorized to as?
sign and set. apart portion of car or
compartment assigned for passengers of
one race to passengers of other race.
"Section 1. That all railway compa?
nies shall furnish first and second-class
"Section f.. That any railway compa?
ny falling to comply In good faith with
provisions of this act shall bo liable to
penalty of $100 per day. to be recover?
ed In action brought ngalnst such com?
pany by Railway Commissioners or
officers succeeding to their powers in
county of Wnhe, and covered Into Stale
DEMOCRATS Poll TRUSTEES.
Governor Russell to-day sent to the
Senate the names .if prominent Demo?
crats for trustees of the Central and
Western Hospitals, nnd they were con?
firmed. These directors had all been
selected by Democratic caucuses. it
was decided that no new hills shall be
Introduced after next Friday. A bill
was introduced to make it a misde?
meanor to loach any history in schools
In this state which calls the civil war
"The Rebellion," and Confederates
A lull passed the Senate to turn over
to, the permanent public school fund
?150,000 of f..ur per cent, bonds in the
A bill was introduced in the House to
abolish the Railway Commission and
create the Railway, Insurance, Banking
and Building ami Loan Commission.
THE NEW REVENUE BILL.
The new election law was also Intro?
duced. Most of the session was devoted
to the revenue bill. A tax of $tin> an?
nually was imposed on slot machines,
Which are gambling devices. A grad?
ual, d license tax was imposed on mer?
chants instead of the lax on purchases.
There was a lively light on a propo?
sition to tax dispensaries as bar rooms
are taxed. This light is still on. There
w ill be another fight to make it manda?
tory on county authorities to issue liq?
DEATH OK DR. SMEDES.
There was universal sorrow here to?
day at the news of the death of Rev.
Dr. Bennett Smcdes, rector of St.
Mary's Femalo School here. He was a
son of the late Rev. Dr. Aldert Sinedes.
the former rector and during most or
his useful lit',- had him associated with
tho school as teacher or rector. He
was attacked by pneumonia a week ago
yesterday, and his last act was to Bign
a check for money in aid of the ].r
during the blizzard. He was .VI years
of age and was the last, of Iiis name, all
of his brothers having died compara?
tively young. He was greatly beloved
here, nnd indeed, wherever known.
The State Treasurer says he expects
tho Income tax on railways to yield
something like ?S"..ono a year. This Is
the new tax imposed in the revenue
The Democratic caucus decides posi?
tively that it will not refuse to allow
any more dispensary bills to bo passed.
So far the plan to establish two dispen?
saries has failed?Youngsville and
The Democratic caucus last night was
rather indisposed to tackle the matter
of the Wilsons, removed as Railway
Commissionsers by Gov. Russell, but
finally discussed it for two hours. Sen?
ator Osborne made a very lucid and
forcible explanation of the action of the
Legislative Committee In reporting in
favor of completely exonerating the
Wilsons from Governor Russell's
charges. Opposition to the report was
made by Alen, of Wayne, who opposes
its adoption. Thompson of Onslow, also
takes that view. Tile caucus requested
Osborne to publish all the evidence in
the case. This is quite voluminous.
Some members of the caucus said that
If the matter had been pressed the
committee's resolution could have been
voted on to-dny, and disposed of. There
la evidently a tttong purpose on the
part of some members to separate tho
Wilsons. onL> of them said to-day that
Gov. Russell had removed Major Wilson
because the latter was a Democrat, and
had removed Otho Wilson because he
would not do what tho Governor* want?
ed done, and that therefore, the thing:
for the Democrats to do was to restore
Major Wilson and let Otho Wilson and
the Governor tight out their matter.
Hut other members said equal Justice
must be done both men; that the Legis
I lature is sitting as a Jury. In ull Its
phases the case is both novel und In?
Mr. D. B. A very, a wealthy resident
of Kalelgh, died last night. He was a
native of Johnson county and came
here about ten years ago.
Charlotte will send a very large del?
egation here to-morrow to work for or
against the bill to establish a dispen?
sary there for Mecklenburg county.
This city will make a gift of a site
for the Methodist Orphanage, and will,
in addition, make a money subscription.
ACID IN DRINKING WATER.
Analysis shows the presence of a
large quantity of sulphuric acid In the
drinking water here. The Intake pipe
passes under a sulphuric acid works,
and the acid thus gets in the pipe. The
acid has also had the effect of making
the water ?"hard."
Work Is resumed on the Cape Pear
and Northern Railway, 17 miles of
v -fflch are completed. This Is the road
x, hich, it is said, is to lie extended to I
\yk Imington or Southport, iiio.sl proba
[j lp to the latter point.
Ed et ton- N* Ecb. 22.?"D. W- Rnpcr
It Co. h avo Just received n car load of
Mr. W. Warren and Mr. K. R.
Pcndlcton 1. avo been on the sick list for
several days ?
Dr. .1. D. B Ullock, M. Z>; Is making
preparations /or moving to Rocky
Mount. Dr. Bullock has been living I
here since last spring, having .dine
from Bethel, N. C
We are pleased to see Major T. M. I
Small out after a severe attack of
rhcttmn t Ism.
The banks nro cljsod to-day, It being
a i.-L-al ludlilnv?General 'Washing Urn's |
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Prudcn nnd
niece. Miss Hall, leave to-day for a trip]
to Philadelphia, Pa.
The Episcopalians nre observing]
Aulander, N. <'.. Feb. 22.?Mr. Jerry
Hall and wife Kit here Saturday for
Hertford. N. ?'., when'! they intend to
make their future home.
Mr. s. o. Williford, of the Norfolk]
and Carolina Railroad Compaity, Is In
town visiting friends and relatives.
Mr. M. L. Tayloe went, to Norfolk last
week on a short business.
We are gl.nl to state that little Jim-:
mlc Shumaker, who has been quite ill,
Mr. It. .1. Dunning, of Norfolk. Va..
was in town last week.
our readers of the Vir?'.tiian-Pilol are
very glad to see that a new feature of
this worthy paper Is "Home Study cir?
cle," and we heartily commend it. II
is a source of knowledge for all, and
We sincerely hope it v. ill SCCUre u gen?
Id .11.1 fax.
Halifax. N. Feb. 22.?1Tho deepest
snow fell last week that we have had
since the war. The weather has
warmed up and melted nearly nil of it.
Sheriff House w ill repair the jail Ulis
Our farmers are in n bad fix, finan?
cially, to pick a crop.
The cold weather killed a lot of birds
and gunners killed the balance of them.
si tu; New.? mm i n.
Mrs. M. Ward, of Frankllntotf, Is
dead, aged s- years.
The sheriffs of Sampson and Mont?
gomery counties settled their taxes in
full with Hie state Treasurer Tuesday.
Sampson's taxes were $3,920.03 and
Montgomery's was $5,585.00.
News has been received from Wil?
mington that i' is_report od thnl_Hie
cruiser Raleigh will stop at that city
In May on Its return trip from Manila
for the purpose of presenting one of
tier guns to the city of Raleigh.
The Secretary of War has granted
honorable discharges to Private Hobt.
E- L. Gregory, Company M. First
North Carolina. Harnardsvillo. N. C,
and Private Henry I;. Mitchell, Com
puny II, First North Carolina, Way
ncsvllle, N. C.
Thi> Governor has pnrdoncd John
Shlpman, bi ntenced in Polk county
twelve months' imprisonment for lar?
Work has been resumed on the Cape
Fear and Northern railroad. It has
already thirteen miles of trackage from
Apex and six stations established.
Mr. H. S. Williams, a prominent
business man of oxford, died Saturday.
Over ".000 citizens of Charlotte hnvi
signed a petition to the Legislature
for a dispensary.
Mr. John D. Davis, of Beaufort, ox
Clerk of the Superior Court, and Col?
lector of Customs under Cleveland, d.ed
The latest enterprise reported in
Greensboro's growth and development
is the location tin-re of a mammoth
plant for the manufacture of canton
flannel. It Is announced as a cer?
tainty that the factory will be built
during the coming spring. The com?
pany, which is headed by Messrs. K.
and H. Sternberger. of South Caro?
lina, has tin authorized capital of $000.
000, of which amount $300,000 has al?
ready been paid in.
Constant coughing is very annoying,
find the continuous hacking and irri?
tation will soon attack nnd injure tho
delicate lining of the throat and air
passages. Take advice and use Dr.
Bull's Congh Syrup in time. This
wonderful remedy will cure you.
Cures a Cough or Cold at once.
Doses are small and pleasant to take. Doctor*
recommend it, Price 25 cts. At all druggists.
Atlant?. N'otf Oilfun?, AiiRiixIn, ^I;??-.?ti.
ClmttannoEu. Nashville, Mcmnbln, Florida,
V??h?, California Hllil thr rntife Sonlli. m
In KTort II." IT. IS99.| No. 11. | No. 4<C,.
T.v. Norfolk .1 ?P-0"! a m' *S:30 p m
" Portsmouth 3.A.L..I 9:20 am 8:15 p m
Ar. Suffolk ... " I 9:50 a ml 9:16 pm
" T.rwislnn .. .N.C.I 1 0". p ml.
" MVl'lon .. .PA L.l 11 :"0 a m] 11:10 p in
" Henderson .. " I 1 ??'<> p in' 12:58 a in
" Raleigh ... " I 3"l p ml 2:18 a m
?? Southern Pines " | 5:i.S p ml 4:2S a m
?? Wilmington .. " I .I 12:03 p m
?? Charlotte .. " 1*10:35 p m 7:50 a m
?? Columbia C.NftL. !tl:5S a ml 1:1". p m
" AuiruKta .C.ftW C|!l0rS0 a ml *4:S5 p m
" Allans .. ..S A.I.I ?3:1."? a ml 1:15 p m
" Atlanta (C*.Ttme)| r- 30 a in! 2:50 p m
?? Macon .. c.of 11:10 a m: 7:20 p m
?? Jacksonville Plant 7-.'.". p ml 8:IB a in
" Tampa .. ..PDntl S r? a nil ISMS p m
?? Montgom'y W.ofA in "i a ml 9:20 |i m
?? Mol.il.? .. ..L.&N.I 2:50 p m 3:05 am
" New Orleans . " 8:10 p m 7tn n in
?? Chnt'noogn wx-Al 1 (<) i> in! 1:15 am
?? Nashville NC&StlJ 8:55 pm 7:00 a m
?? Memphis KCM&B| 7:30 p m| 1:00 am
?Dally iPaily. ex. Sunday.
Connections at New Orleans with South
ern i'iritle ami Texas & Pacific railways
far rli points in Texas. Me\ieo and Call
f?No.a't<>:-Arr'.vo rortsmbuth dally 7:25
a'Sn 88?Arrive Portsmouth dally B:^>
'"? j. w. nnow.v. ,ir.,
nn?'r AKt.. 193 Main St.. Norfolk. Va.
1 MURRAY FORBES,
Trav Pnss'r Agt . Portsmomh, Va.
E ST. JOHN, Vice President and General
v i5n\tcBi5E Oeneral Superintendent.
\l W P. G-L?VER. I. S. ALLEN.
' Traffic Manager. Oen'l Pass'r Ast.,
i.i ort ninninND. PETERSBURG,
H CL\ P.F.MONT. OLD POINT.
NEWPORT NEWS AND JAMES RIVER
LANDINGS DIRECT HI"
Virginia Navigation Company's Flrp.mt
Saloon Steamer POCA1I?NTAS leaves
Clyde wharf. NorTolk. every TUESDAY,
THURSDAY and SATURDAY at 7 a. m
touching at Portsmouth. Old Point and
Newport News coins and returning, ar
r vir.- at Richmond about 5:80 p. m con
nrciinK with ail evening trains.
Pare to Richmond, S1.E0.
To Richmond nnd return. $;.S0.
To Richmond, second-class, tl.00.
Tickets much cheaper than uny other
route to Richmond. Petersburg, Wavcrly
Hlcksford and stations on Atlantic and
Danville railroad a:.d all points via
Tickets for sale at ticket npenrles of
Walke & Son. II. Brandt, and on board
" Vio.tiit vi' "ivol dally (Tumlay excejrrH
edi for all above named points.
* JAMES W. M'CARRICK,
Till'. STFAMF.R S A. McCALL. OF
the Pet. rshurg, Norfolk and .lames
River Steamboat line, leaves the N. V
P .?.? N. dork every MONDAY. Will).
NESDAY and FRIDAY al f. a m . with
passengers and freight for Newport News,
all James River landings and Petersburg,
arriving In Petersburg about 5 p. in., giv?
ing the Richmond passengers about one
houi in Petersburg before the train
leaves, arriving in Richmond about 6 30
p m. Fare about one-half What it is by
rail. First-class fare to Petersburg, 81.25.
Second-, lass. $1.00. HI per cent, discount
for round-trip tickets. R. 1! COOKE,
General Ac ut J. W. PHILLIPS, Owner.
Phones, new and old, No. 199.
TI1F, WFST NORFOLK AND PIN
ner's Point Ferry leaves the N. Y.
P & N. wharf daily. Sunday excepted, at
6-30 a in.. S a. m.. '?:3'> a. m.. 10:30 a. in ,
1'.' in., 1:30 p. m., 2:30 p. in.. 4 p. m and
5-30 p. m.. making tin- round trip in CO
minutes Phones, new and old. No. 199.
I W PHILLIPS. Owner. Ja2?
C1 LYDE'S REGULAR LINE STF.AJt
) SHIPS FOR PHILADELPHIA.
ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM NOR?
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA.
Until further notice steamers are ap
minted to sail fr m Norfolk "very MON.
DAY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY
,?' ? o'clock p. m., and from Philadelphia
Jvcry TU BSD AT, THURSDAY ui;j
Through bills of ladlr.c. to all poir.tj
South r.nd Southwest via Seaboard Alf
Line Atlantic Coast Dine. Virginia aril
Tennessee Air Lino. Southern Railway.
Norfolk and Carolina and Norfo.k aiic'
JAMF.S W. McCARRlCK
Genera) Southern Arent. Norfolk. Va.
WILLIAM P. CLYDE & CO
General Agents. Philadelphia.
? CHEAPEST ?
t BEST ?
t ELECTRIC X
I POWER J
j VIRGINIA ELECTRIC CO. |
Formal Opening of the Famous,
PRINCESS ANNE HOTEL
February 22, 1599.
Till .MODEKN STANDARD GAUGE UNE
Kl .NMNu BE rwi.?.N
Ihuiuiu llKollUrl OLnlu. Ite.orl.
CL'RBI TUCK DIVISION,
EASTERN VIRGINIA AND N ORTH
"HAST VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA
(formerly Pcttli'a Ntorth Carolina Line
and Bennett's North Carolina L'.nc.)
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEBRUARY
LEAVE NORFOLK. V.V
Dally except Sunday -0:43 a. in., mixed:
9 t.'> a. in., i.ist express, stops only at
Kciupsvllle. Lytinhavcn and Ucenna; 12:45
p. in., local express; 3:45 i>. m.. loeul ex?
press: o :;o p. hi,, Princess Anno spcclul
Sunday?9:15 a. m,, fast express, stops
only at Kompsvlllc. Lyntthaven a nd
Ocuana: 12:15 p. m? local express; 3:45 p.
in., local express; C:o0 p. in.. Princes*
Anne special, local express,
LEAVE VIRGINIA BEACH. VA.
Daily, except Sunday?S:I5 a. m.. local
express; 11:15 a. in., mixed: 2:20 p. m..
lo.-ai express; t:::o p. ni., loeat express.
10 00 p. in.. Princess Anne special,
through express, no stops;
Sunday?10:20 a. m., local express: 2:20
p. in., local express; 4:30 p. in., local ex
press; 10:00 p. m., Princess Anne spec al.
through express, no stops.
LEAVE NORFOLK, VA.
Daily except Sunday?10:00 a. m., mixed:
5:05 p. in., mixed.
LEAVE MUNDEN TOINT. VA.
Dally i xeept Sunday?7:30 a. m.. mixed;
2:00 p. m., mixed.
Alt steamers other than Currltttck
S anil st'aim s, arrive ami depart from
pier No. 1 (adjoining Clyde Line) Water
street, Norfolk, Va.
TL H. HANN ILL.
Gcn'l Erl and 1'a.vi. Agent.
W. T. McCULLOCH.
Norfolk" aim ocean View ByT
SHOUT LINE BETWEEN NORFOLK
AN11 OLD POINT COMFORT.
Via Norfolk and Osoan View Ky. Co.
SCHEDULE TAKING EFFECT NO
VEMBElt 24lh. IS9&
Lv. |Lv. |Ar
Nor cen |(jld
a M a M|a M|
i :30| 7 .50: $.20!
'.'?Mi 9:20, 9 ;.0
}' M P.M PJU
> 30 1 S?\ 2 .-jo
4:30 4:50 1:20]
COO: a 20j 6 . JO
Local Ua ly.
II.v. ILV. |Ar
Vlld W |Nor
l"l I Pr [folk
IA.M a M A M
I s.oo; 1:23
9:05 930 9.55
P.M I'.M '? -Nl
l::i5, 2.00, 2:25
3:00i 3.:5. 3:50
4:35 6:00 i S ?
ti;li."> ti..:0; 6
7:3.".| SgO S?i
Sa'jI K.JO, y.j5
! Connects With 4 p. in. C. & O. tiala ut
Baggage checked to any point on Sei
hoaid An Line and to all Railroad sta?
tions and Steamboat Lines in Ntitolk and
Local fie.'cht leaves Norfolk dally.
Straight (are to old Point Comfort 25
cents. Para for Round Trip to Old Point
Comfurt from any part of Norfolk. 50
cents Round Trip Tickets on sale by all
Stteet Car Conductors.
D. A. HEG ARTY,
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINTS
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER II IMS.
9:00 a m, 9.35 p in
8:50 p in; 4:05 a in
1:43 p in, 4 ;5I a. in
6:35 p in; 6:45 a m
7 .50 p in, 9.05 a In
Ar. Ashtvlllo .112:10 a m; 2:25 p m
Ar, HjI Siinnjjs .I 1.2J a rn 3.57 p in
Ar. Knnxvllle .1 4.25 a mj 7:10 p in
Ar. Chattanooga .. .. 7:40 a mill :35 ii m
Ar. Nashville .I 0:55 p inj 6:40 u tu
Ar Charlotte .j ?M5 p ml 9;25 a m
Ar. Atlanta .I 5:10 a. in 3:55 n m
Ar Montgomery .. ,.;io:5t a ml 9:20 p in
Ar. Mobile .1 3.45 p ml 3:05 u ni
Ar. New Orleans .1 t:10 p nii 7:40 a m
Birmingham .ill-20 a iiill0:ea p in
Memphis .| s.:o p m] 7.15 a m
Tampa .1 5:50 p ni[ 7:40 ? in
1:37 a m|12:45 p :n
s m a ml t::.". p m
5:00 a mi 4 :4'> p in
9:15 a ml 9:25 p ni
For n'.l Information apply at
t'liy Ticket Mlllec, Main ?int (Jruiihy
Nf reefs, 'Phones 113.
Baggage called for und rticck"cl from
hotels and rcaldences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company oti orders left ut ticket of
Ce" FRANK S. GANNON,
Sd V. Pres. and Qen'l Mirr
j M. rn.P. W. A. TURK,
Traffic M?r. Qen'l Pass. Agt.
Wa.'hlnKton. D. C.
\V || POLL. Paas. Afct., Norfolk. Va.
Tho new nnfl powerful Iron ptilaee
?teamers N EW PO KT N BWS, WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK will leavo
daily as fotlowa:
Steamerj leave Portsmouth, foot
cf Nort i street. 5:00 p m
,...,\ ? Norfolk, foot of Water
street.6:45 p m
.'.eave Old Point Comfort. 6 45 p m
Arrive Washington. 7:00 a m
I It. * O 'Pa R R,
l,v w.-i<Mrirtr>n .|?s:W a m[b7:50 a ra
*r Philadelphia .|ll:00 a m|I0:SC i ni
Ar New York at. 1:20 pm 1:13 pm
"SOUTH POUND. I B. Sf O. I Pa. R.R.
i v NV*~Yerk .Idl OO P m;dl00 p m
I Lv Pr.-.lidelnhla .j 3.07 p m' 3 IS p m
Ar Washington .I ? 00 p m 6:11 p m
i,v' Washington .ic6-30 pmr( 30 p m
\- oi l Point Comfort.[ 7t00 a ml 7 00 a m
Ar Norfelk.I S 00 a ml 8 "O a in
Ar; Portsmouth .I ?:30 a m| 8 30 a m
? nuns ono ho'.ir later Sundays
b R.ir.s ten m.ntues later Sundays.
d La ly. ercept Sunday*.
Tickets on sale it It. & O ticket office;
N. & C. offb c, at W. T. Waike'a and
company's oftleo on wharf.
For further Information nppty
D. J. CALLAIIAN.
Telephons' HL Agent.
For NEW YOUK.?Pas?
senger ships am appointed
t-. s.ui from N : week?
days at 6vo p. m.. Sundays
at i p. tu. Tuesday's
steamer carries freight only
FR< >.M NEW \ l IRK- -On
Monday Tuesday, Wednes?
day, Thursday and Frl
lay at 3 <Y> p. nr.. Saturday at i ;<? p. m,
Pare, Including meals und stateroom
berth . .i 8.00
Round ti i> (limited to 30 days) .I13.W
For tickets arid reservation of .state?
rooms apply at ticket office, 199 Main
street, or at general oftlee. at wharf.
POR RICHMOND?Ships leave Now
port News every Sunday evening, arriv?
ing at Richmond the next morning,
Slops lt.i\,. ni l Point for Norfolk Sun?
day about !>' a. III.
TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS
Hampton Roads, .1. S. Warden, Lurny,
Aecomaek and Virginia Dar", salting
daily, except Sunday, front Company';
FOR ODD POINT?At 8:15 and 11:13 a
m. and i :;. p. m.; Portsmouth, 6:30 and
10:05a. m. and 3:vS p in.- Day l.ln? wharf,
Norfolk, at 6:15 and It :?0 a. 111. and 1:30
FOR HAMPTON?At 11:15 a m. and
4 1". p. in . Portsmouth. 10*3 a. in. and
p. m ; Bay Line, at 11:30 a. in. and
1::? p. in
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FIELD At p. m.: Portsmouth, 2:45
p in,; nay Line. :: CO p. m.
Ft'It WARE AND EAST RIVERS?At
6:15 a. in.; Portsmouth, ?it?O a. in.; Hay
Line C*.45 a m.
FOR NORTH RIVER?On Monday.
Wednesday and Friday at 6:15 a. m.i
Portsmouth, 6:30 a. in.; Day la::.-, 6:i."> a.
FOR BEVERN RIVER?On Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 6:15 a m.:
Portsmouth, 0.30 a. m.; Hay Uno 6:45
|."OR BACK. POQUOSIN ANDYORK
RIVER LANDINGS AND CRAB NECK
? On Monday. Wednesday and Friday at
f.:15 a. nr. Portsmouth. 6:80 a. in : Hay
Line 6.45 a. in. Returning following day.
POR NANSEMOND KlVF.lt AND SUF?
FOLK?AI :<:<? p in.: Portsmouth. 8:10
p. in. Connecting at Suffolk with Suffolk
and Carolina railroad.
Freight for Were. Fast, North, Severn.
Back. Ponuosln, York and Nansemond
river landings must l>e prepaid. -
All schedules subject to change without
Freight for Washington and New Pern.
N. C.. received at and delivered from
Norfolk and Southern railroad depot.
Freight received dally., except Sunday,
until 5:00 p. m.
M. P.. CROWE!.L. Agent.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
BAY i_: inj e,
COMMENCING MONDAY. AUG. 5. 1S35
Lv Portsmouth, High street.15:25 p m
Lv Norfolk, Main street.16:00 p in
Lv Old Point, Hygcia Pier.17:00 p in
Ar. Baltimore. Union Dock. 7:00 a m
NORTHBOUND" I I". It R I B. & ti.~
Lv Baltimore .I 7:15 a mit 7.?D a nt
Ar. Philadelphia .1*10:15 a in ?Oo? a m
Ar. New Volk .1*12:43 p m| 113:35 n'n
StlL'i ii i.Ol N 1) I P. R R. 1 u'sTu.
Lv Net? Yoik .I II.lu p in; 1.00 p m
Lv. Philadelphia .I 11 .*? n m 13:01 p in
Ai Halt . Canton _1 '.' oo p m| 15:10 i> m
Lv. Baltimore, Union Dock.r. 30 p rr.
Lv. Baltimore, Canton . 7:10 p m
Lv. Old P.unt . 6:1? a in
Ar. Norfolk .7:00 a m
Ai. Portsmouth .3:30 a in
I?Dally except Sunday. ?? Dally.
Tickets sold to all points North, Fast
.tnd West and bapL-ic.. checked io desti?
nation. Staterooms reserved upon appli?
cation In person at the company's oflice.
No 77 Wut Mam street, ur on board
Ft eight will not be received after ? p.
m. ,to go forward that day.
For further Information apply to
, General Agent.
I .T. w BROWN, Jr..
Southern Passenger Ag*nt.
CAPE \ New York?
ROUTE V Railroad.
QUICK TIME?LOW RATES.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAY
S IHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY,
7:45 a. m. dally, except Sunday?(Parts.
mo.ith High street, 7:30 a. m.)
Arrive at Philadelphia 5:12 p.
in.; New York at &.3S p. in.
6:00 P. HI. daily; Portsmouth, High street
5:30. Arrive, nt Philadelphia,
5:10 a. in ; New York. 7.13 a. in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK
?:C0 a. m. da ty: Portsmouth, High street.
9:10, leaving New York at 8:00
p m.: Philadelphia ILIO i?. i
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
:M p. ni. daily, except Sunday (Ports?
mouth. High street. 8:00 p. m.)
leaving New York at S f0 a. m.;
Philadelphia, 10 20 a m.
Close connection made With all tall and
sound lines to and from Boston.
Pullman Sleeping <".ir? on night train.*
between Jersey city. Philadelphia and
Pullman Hoffet Parl'.r Carson day irains
between Philadelphia and Cape Charles
Through tickets sold and baggage
checked at WaIke's Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, and on steamers.
R. H. COOKE,
General Passenger and Freight Agent
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
For Boston?Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays at 6:00 p. m.
Fl dt PP.< ?VIDENCE.
Every Tuesday. Thursday and Satur
da v at' '"? 00 It, m
FAKES TO BOSTON AND PROVI?
First-class. Including meals and
stateroom berth. .J'.'.OO
Intermediate, inelud ::g meals at 2nd
table and saloon stateroom berth 85.00
Steerage Including meals and bunk. $7.00
Pcrlsifable freight sent via Providence
forwarded by early train to B Btotl and
at the same rate as by direct steamers to
For further Information apply to
R. II. WRIGHT, Agi i? t Norfolk V i.
A. D STEBBINS, Ass'l Trafllc M ^r.
W. P. TURNER, c. n Pass, Agent
j. c WHITNEY, Traffic Manager.
General Ofllces, Baltimore, m.i.
Schedule in Effect
SCHDDUIJ] IN EFFECT DEC. 1? ISi'l
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY. '
7:40 a. m.?For Rlchmor.d, Wasl-'nctou,
Lynchburg and the West.
1:35 p. nv?Vestlbulcd Limited for Rich*
mond and Washington Stops
only at Suffolk. Waverly and
Si? P. m. ? For Petersburg. Lynch'Hirg
the- West and Southwest.
Trains arrive at Norfolk dally S:^j a. m,
11:25 a. in, and 10:40 p. nt.
Tickets and all information at stauoa
*r.d io Granby .street.
W. B. BEV1LL.
Ceccrai Passenger Agent.
& Ohio Ry
FOR RICHMOND. WASHINGTON,
CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE. CHI
CAGO, ST HOC IS ETC.
SCII1 i .:. EFFECT JANUARY 10,
_WKSTHotrXD I No. 1 | No. 8
Lv. mill .. ..j 7:40 a nil 3:00 pm
Lv. Norfi k .j S:io a m 3:30 p m
Ia n ev\ , n - .n .. 1:1} a n 4:35 p m.
Ar. 1; i :. 1 . 11:30 a nil 6:50pni
l.v. Hichm'd (KFaTfji ?12:00 n'nl 7:40 p m
Ar. VVa ., ?3:10 p m] 11:30 p m
1 v. Rlch'd M i n ih? sTIs p ml 10:30 p m
Ar Chai tcsvilio .. 5:44 p tn 2:43 a m
Ar. Slauntun.I 7:08 p ml 4:22 p m
Ar \ lla .-. 9:50 p ml 7:25 a m
Ar. CIi Ion Fi rge. S:57 p mi 6:23 p m
Ar. Cln Im i:i .j 7.-5 a m] 6:15 p in
Ar. Lou ... ? . n:oo a ml s.00 p m
Ar. i ?.. i_ . . 6:30 p m 7:15 a m
Ar. St Louis _j C.5C -j inj 7:30 a m
?Oallj ? p .- : iv Other time rtan?.
N ? i Daj Express DAILY. (Parlor Car
to l: . and Pullman Richmond, to
Cincinnati, Louisville and St. I^ouls.
C is st Uordonsvillc for Orange
and prli Ipal stations on s>:utnern Rail?
way north at Orange.
N>. : vll i l'u Imans Old Point to
llii.-.-a i .:, i:.? .i:i ami l.ouisv.lle.
Meals Dil Cars on No*. 1
and 3 ?res! of o Tdonvllle.
Chesapeake itul Ohio arrives at Norfolk
12 15 in up ! L05 p m Arriven at Ports
tiioutli 12:40 p m. und 7.50 je. m.
For tu tlipi information apply to
J it wmn. Ticket Agent, or
F. \V. CURD, Passenger Agent,
i * : O Tl M.-t Ottice. Giui.by et root,
JOHN D. POTTS.
A ??: Ceneral Passenger Agent.
Ap rr aiLAiTiic
? Vi* L*o LIXZ.
(>ortolU A- rurollnn muironii.i
_IX EFFECT JANUARY 15th. 1S99.
Stations. I No. 4S.
Lv. Norfulli .I 9:00 a ml 2:20 p rr.
l.v. I ons June.I 9.22 a mi 2:42 p m
Ar, Su ff oik, V-i,.,io.up lt a |x? p ro
Ar. 'i unij, N C.,10:50 u. ml 4:15 p ,n
Ar. llobgood. N. C. ...|12:0U in | 5:35 p in
Ar. Tar bo ro, N, c.I2.il p m, 6:00 p m
Ar. Rocky Mount. N C ,12 50 p m] 6:35 p ni
A.-. William.-'.?::. I. v.'. |. 6.55 pm
Ar. Plymouth, N. C. 7:10 p in
Ar. Wushltigton, N. C. j. 7.20 p m
Ai. Kluston, N r.I. 7:56 n m
Ar. Wilson. N. C.I 2:15 p ml 7:10 p m
Ar. Gol?boro, N. C_, 3:21 p nij 7:50 p m
Ar W liming ton. N. C.| 5.50 p ni| 9:40 a ra
Ar. Fa \ cltr\.lie. N. C .| 4.25 p ml 1:06 a in
Ar. Florence. ^ U .; 7:25 p ml 3:15am
Ar. Charleston, S. C_lo.:o p m| i:03 a in
Ar. Columbia. S. C_ito.2'' p tin 11:00 a m
Ar. Augusta, <ta ., V:t-iaiiil 7:55 am
Ar. All.iota. Ca.|12:35 p lit 12:35 p Ja
Ar. Uncoil, Gn.IE :15 a m,11:15 a m
Ar. Baven nah, da.| 1 SO a ml s:ir> u m
Ar. Jacksonville. Fla..| 7:30 a m|12:50 p in
No 4D daily connects v.lth A.C.U trat?
23 for all uolnts Bouttl.
No. 103,dally,except Sunday, makes close
connection at Hohgoud tor Washing U tv,
N. C, Ktnaton, N. C and Plymouth, Hi.
C? and all Eastern Carolina points; also
at Ro, ky Mount wltU A. C. L. U ain "? far
? II points South.
No. P.3. daily, except Sunday, makes
close connection at Ahoskie t"r Windsor,
N C? and stations on W. & P. R. R.
Trains arrive at Norfolk at u:5o i . n>.
daily, also at 10:25 a. in., dally, except
No. 43 runs through without cl nng;i
Norfolk to WilmliiKtou
Ha.;sas? rlie, ked jt Company's Norfolk
Wharf, und also at ofllve of pasa-uif i*
and Ticket agent 171 alum si.-ect loppu.
aim All.mil.: Hotel). .
For tickets to all points South, sloping
car reservations and general iiiioriuatt la
caJi eu or address,
J A NEUGEB AUE3C
I'assriiKer and Ticket nganr*
JAMES F MAURUS.
General Forwarding Agent.
If. M EMI HSON, Gen. Pass Agent.
O M. S. I): IT. I.L. Con. Manager.
T. it EMERSON, Trafllc Manager.
Norf of K i Soumern B. II. GO
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 19ih ]g?g
MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK DAILY (except Sunday; Jo a. in.
for Elisabeth City. Edenton. Mackey'a
Ferry. Roper, Pantcgo, Belhavcn, Etc
Connects at Edenton with N. s. rt. It"
Bteanici as follows: Daily (xcept ?un
davj tor Plymouth, Jamcsvllle, Williain
Btotl and Windsor. TUESDAY. THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for all landings oa
Chowan nver On MONDAY and FRI?
DAY for Scuppernons i iv, r. cc.nnrctl#gj-?rt
Belhavcii with steamer Virginia Dare for
Mackieyvlllc, S.h.?i Creek, Aurora, Wash
Ington and Intermediate landings. Con
ncota at Elisabeth City with steamer
New Berne MONDAY and WEDNES?
DAY i i Roinoko Island, Ocracoko,
oriental und New Herne, N. C.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK at I 10 p m. TUESDAY. THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Elizabeth City,
Edenton and way stations. Connects at
Elisabeth City with tho steamer Neuse for
Roauoke Island, Newbcrne. Morehcad
City, Kingston and Gotdsboro. vi?-? A. &
N I, lt., and for iaeksonvillo, Wilming?
ton N C., and :? ir stations on tho W. ?s
W. R. R.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (except
Sund..'.) 1 - P. ::l . and morning tram
at it n. m. t ES DAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY, conn ting with nil rail und
steam Ilm ? at Norfolk for the North,
Bast and W -t. Passi I c. r station ut foot
of Eaal Main street, Norfolk and West?
ern depot. Freight stutiou on Water
pieTFUN CAROLINA DISPATCH
PAVP FREIGHT LINE AND OLD DO
i.V? o\ LINE 5 ?? all points North
? ,\ i v ?? N rto\k and Norfolk and
|Q2 '... RttUroa t and Eastern North
c\\v': r :clved dally at 5 p. m. and
'fnrw-ird-Mi I'umi'tly at lo%v rate.
v-or further Infotmation apply to the
<,*,;.?,.,': Offlco ol the N. & S. R. R. Co..
Norfolk. Va ?_ r m;DoiNS.
General Fr hi and Passenger Agent.
M K KINO General Manager.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 8th. tjg
TRAIN No I p; ?> . Leaves Norroik
from wl ' ,,; Matr.ews street at o -5
a in : West Norfolk, at 9:50 n. m.
Danvilla ai.J Inti rmediate points, arrlvin?
at Danvill ; at ? - : m. u?
L'KAIN no 3- Dally except Sunday
Leaves Norl P "?? UVflt Xorfoik
7:10 p m, f.rriviug at Danville at s Si
o'clot a. m. -w
TRAIN no 4 arrives at Norfolk at io-ia
u ill ... > tx< l t ?unday *v'w
T RA I N N - arrives at Norfolk at 5-io
a. m . d i
TRAIN NO. j coe.ne-ts at Donnt.t?.
Junct ?n with N rfolk and Western ran
road 1 Dur im nd intermediate point,
TRAINS NOS. 1 AND 3 connect a? ???
frcss Jut n and Danville for all point.
? S ithern Railway system * a,s
P BPa l"lwf(n Danville ??
Ashe> lie. At inta. JackaonvtUe. Memnhu
und New Orleans. ?"emptlls
Tl ts on sale and baggage checked .?
v. il . y and company's W| ?V
Norl and at Emmerson & Waf??I'
agents at I'ortsmouth. raison,
ner City of Chester touches at vr
Y..pl and N. R. R. wharf o^Tu,^
WM. H. TAYLOR,
CIIAS. O. HAINES. al$i*&S?g '.