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THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT.
PETERSBURG.
Military Companies Mustered Out
are Reorganizing.
Tho Flipper <;iinr<In, Colored, Ilnvo
Reorgnulzcd nixl tho Petersburg
Greys Will Do So ? Hymeneal ?
Brevities^
Petersburg, Va,, April r>.?A meeting
will be held on next Monday night to
re-organi/.e tho Petersburg preys,
which company was honorably muster?
ed out-of the service of the United
Slates army a few months ago. It is
uhderstood that quite a large number
ot young men have signified their in?
tention to become members of the new
company which Is to be -reorganised.
There should be at least two or three
White military companies in Petersburg,
and it is to be hoped that our citizens
Will do all In their power to encourage
a revival of the military spirit here.
THE FLIPPER GUARDS.
Company I). Klipper Guards, (color?
ed) of this city, which was mustered
out of the service of the United States
army a short time ago. was rc-organlss
eil last night at Company E, and 111 !
fallowing officers elected: Captain,
John H. Hill: First Lieutenant, Fred?
erick C. Mangrum; Second Lieutenant.
Benjamin Cross. The company starts;
out with forty-six members enrolled.
RAILWAY' RIGHT OK WAY.
The commissioners appointed by
Judge P.. J, Epes, of the County Courl
of Dlnwiddlc, some day.-- ago, t,. asscsH
the value of lands on the line of the
Richmond, Petersburg and Carolina
Railroad from Rutterworth's to Notto
way liver, for uses of the said railroad
company, met at San Marino to-day to
discharge the duty assigned them.
These commissioners are Messrs. Win.
Daugh. James Rolsseau, <'. K. Aber
nathy, Daniel Clark and Richard Tem?
ple.
AX APPROACHING MARRIAGE.
On the afternoon of the 25th instant,
at f> o'clock at st. Paul's Episcopal
Church. Mr. Mortimer Williams and
Miss Otclln M. Johnson will be mar?
ried. The prospective groom is one of
Petersburg's most prominent young
peanut dealers. The bride-elect is a
daughter of Major .1. Arthur Johnson,
of this city, and a most charming
young lady.
BREVITIES.
Mr. Charles Raker, a prominenl
merchnnl ami land owners of Emporia,
OrccnavUlc county, will go over to
Richmond to-,lay to have a delicate
surgical operation performed on him
fur kldhey troubles.
The Easter offering at St. John's
Church Sunday amounted to eight hun?
dred and two dollars, a pari of tins
was f ir missionary purposes and a part
for Hie church debt on tho new church
building. The congregation are grate?
ful for so large an offering.
At a meeting of Grace Episcopal
Church held Monday night the follow?
ing vestrymen were elected; Dr. .las.
W. Clnlborne, Dr. J. E. Moyler and
Messrs. W. W. Gillette, w. H. Harri?
son, A. s. Hurt, P. T. Knock, C. P.
Lautcrbrfck, It. E. Lunsford, R. w
Rainey, w. L. Zimmer, W. Wilkins J
llampd -a slater.
i:o H ?trtintii: COUNT v.
DISAPPEARANCE <>K A COUPLE
ELECTION FRAUDS CHARGED.
(Sp< ill to Virginian-Pilot.)
Lexington. Va., April 5.?Our usually
ejulol community has been thrown into
a state of surprise by the disappearance
of a married man and a young unmar?
ried woman. John Davis Larger, post?
master ;:t parger, six miles from Lex?
ington, and a prosperous young farmer
of that community, has left for parts
unknown, it is said that a young wo?
man, good looking and between twen?
ty-five and thirty years of age, who
lived not far from his home, is respon?
sible for his abandonment of wife and
children. The woman in question, it is
alleged, has borne a questionable rep?
utation, she left several days ago and
was followed, it is Supposed, by Lug' r.
Barger disposed of all his crops he
could, and it Is said ho carried with
him at hast (1,500. Ho is well connect?
ed in Rockbrldge, is about thirty-five
years of age, ami lias a wife ami four
children.
ELECTION FRAUDS CHARGED.
Since the selection of I) im.'rntie
nominees at the district primaries in
the Natural Bridge district, feeling
over the matter has run so high that
fraud has been charged by both par?
ties. On.- fisticuff has resulted between
one of the defeated candidates and a
staunch supporter of the nominee. The
Republicans of that district have nom?
inated the following district officers:
Kor Supervisor, M. L Reed; Commis?
sioner of the Revenue, .1. J. Moore;
Magistrates. S. (',. McDanlel, .1. D.
Mitchell nnd .1. W. Small.
PRIMITIVE VOTING.
In the Buffalo Democratic district
primary an effective method was adopt?
ed for casting t'ne vote tor Commis?
sioner of til - it.?venue. There Wer,, two
candidates and when the question as
to bow the vote should h.- taken, many
of the crowd said let each man's sup?
porters rally around him. "Rally round
your man," shouted the chairman.
With a will the crowd separated and
surrounded their champion, when it
was seen that tho big chairman had
Ibo majority by sixty to thirty-seven.
By this primitive method of voting
there was no chance for fraud.
County Superintendent Savillo, of the
Roekbridge public schools, tried this
year to secure one of the Stat,- Normals
for Lexington. if0 raised from among
the business men of the town a suffi?
cient guarantee, but he has been n 'li?
fted by tho State Superintendent. Dr.
Bouthal), that ho cannot give Lexington
a Normal this year.
The very best foreign makes represi ht
ed In our stock of woolens. Tailored In
our style. You wear the best. Ru lolphi
& Wallace, Silil Main street.
Our line of Stick Pins is the largest
to he found in the city, and at way
down prices.
THE GALE JEWELRY CO.
All glasses prescribed by Dr. Week
guaranteed Examinations free. 310
Main street.
NEWPORT NEWS.
Our Elks Banquet the Hampton
Lodge.
A Good Time lind by .til Who At?
tended?dtudldntc* For Democrat*
tc Priinnry Sliisl Vuy I'p--Per?on
ni iukI General.
Newport News, Va., April 5.?New?
port News Lodge, No. 315, Benevolent
and Prot ctlve Order o? Elks, celebrated
its fourth anniversary with a banquet
at the Casino lust night.
When the Elks announce a banquet a
royal time run be expected by those
who are fortunate enough to be the
,possessors of Invitations, and to-night's
affair was no exco] tlon to the usual or?
der of Elks' banqui ts. There wore very
few invited guests, however, who were
not members ol the order known as the
"best people on earth."
The guests of honor were the m.un?
bent of Hampton Lodgo of ISlks, who
came over In n bi tly. Covers were laid
for 150 persons. Tin r! were no toasts,
no s"t speeches, but those, who were
called up in responded. Mr. John T.
Brutly. of Portsmouth Lodge of Elks,
No. 82, was selected for master of cere?
monies, but he telegraphed this after?
noon that he v.a.-; under a doctor's care
and would be unabl ? to bo pn sent. Mr.
.1. A. Mirshbcrg wns tonstmuster.
CANDIDATES M 11ST l'AY UP.
To-morrow is the last day allowed the
prospective candidates for the Demo-:
crutlc primary of April tilth t?.p?y their
fees to the treasurer of thb Executive
Committee and nie their receipts with
the secretary.
Those candidates who have not com?
piled with the plan of the Democratic
Committee by noon to-morrow will no;
bo eligible lo run in the primary of tin;
f' illowlng Th?rs,! a y.
BRIEF MENTION.
The Retail Liquor Dealers' Associa?
tion of Nowiiort News, which was or?
ganized several days ago, held a secret
meeting this afternoon at 2 o'clock at
Keyner's Mall. p. ll. Nolan, of New
York, national organizer for the Liquor
Dealers' League of America, was pres?
ent ami addressed the association.
The case of Mr. W. cai. Brown, ac?
cused of striking Mrs. .lohn Mitchell,
was again called In tic Police Court
this morning, but was continued tor one
month. It seems that there is smallpox
in Mitchell's house and some of the
witnesses are detained In quarantine.
Mr. M. F. riant, vice president ami
general manager of the Plant System.
Is In the city to-day, presumably in con?
nection with the arrangements to put
the palatial steamship L,n Grande
Duchessc back on her route again. He
Is registered at the Chamber!In Hotel.
(lid Point.
. The Thirtieth Street Christinn
Church. Rev. W. R. Motley, pastor, is
now free from debt, sttfflelent money to
raise the encumbrance having been
pledged by its members,
Tb.- schooner Nathaniel T. Palmer,
the largest wooden vcs--ei afloat. Is axi
ehored off the Chesapeake und Ohio
Piers waiting to 1,, m! coal. '
The business malinger, the credit man
and the active working partner, nil com?
bined in ono .'ndlvldn.il, making a state?
ment regarding any particular article sold
by his llrm. ought, from hi i posltlort awl
l k> ner.il ki >u I ; ? of iPIiims p -i tu'iiing tl
[Iiis partloul ?? bu-Hliu?fc, to bu a good
.balg.- .>f valiu !. Just such a pers-Mi, oc?
cupying tin- three pos'tlons named; und
connected with ono of :ii largest wholc
f.ii,- iIimik*"linns In Nov.- England, recently
said: "This linn has handled a great
ntuhy difl'e.reut bottled whi. k. y.?. but none
of them have been satisfactory or profit?
able Investments, with the exception of
the '<:. O. Taylor' brand, bottled by
< ! ?:. r II. draves Sons. They bottle
a ?? od thing; there Is an assured protlt
in handling it. and linkes no argument
to .-ell it. We don't want, anything new."
Beyond this ho mluht have mi'iI: The
buyer ?ots just what bo needs, pure
\rlilskey, at as reasonable, yes, a less,
prlco than any Whiskey Of like quality !?<
sild for anywhere. Boar in mind,
'?(!. O- T." :s novi :? s?ld in bulk tri any
Individual or firm Oil earth at any price,
Look for oar llrm rjuno slgnaturo on
[ face and neek label.
I'll ES ! i:it II. ftKAVI'.S .C- SON'S.
A Very Large Assortment.
Flit Toilet Paper, r. fo- r;,e.
Plat T>!l-'. raper. 1,300 sheets, 10c., 3
for i"e.
(Soft and strong.)
I Kol! Toilet Taper, 5c., 0 for 25c,
1 Roll Toilet Paper, 10c., .'. for 23c.
(1,300 sheets, soft and stroug.)
PATE?T MEDICINES AT COST,
296 MAIN ST.
floods delivered fre? tn Portsmouth,
Berkley and Atlantic City.
R, J, MALBON.
?DEALER IN ?
Hardware, Oii?enj, &g.,
109 COMMERCIAL PLPiCTr,
Keep on hand a complete stock of the
above from the best manufacturers in
the country.
An examination of stock and prices
invited.
J. H. COFER,
?snippier, of?
H i y and drain
610 Citizens' Bank Building.
Quick shipment and satisfaction guar?
anteed.
Holls, skin Eruptions, Viert?, l'lmplet,
Fever Sores, Eczema, Scrofula,Cancers,
CORED BY B.B.B., BOTANIC BLOOD BALM.
To jTore the vonJtr/nt nralin.j jviter o/ li.R.H.,
?rtry ,'ijt,rer mag rr.-.-ivf a t>.{ Ml'i.t: BOTTLE
ef Ii. ?. /;. / /.? fc" e n r StA U
lt.lt.lt., Itotnnta Itlood ltnlm. bus n
mastery over nil Blood Disease! which
no Di her remedy oven approaches. lt.lt.lt.
literally drive* the poison, or bud blood,
otn of the body, bone*, und entire system,
leaving Iii? llesh pur? ami free from
hleuiiahes. While it.lt.I'.. Ii a powerful
blood remedy, It can be taken with per?
fect safely by old unit young. II.U.U.
louvca no bad after effects, and the cures
are permanent.
Tumors, Ulcers, or Cancer of the Note, Eye, i.ip,
Pir, 3?e \, Itrrast. Stomach, Lest, or Anns, are all
rarable by li.li.lt, wlik-li U made especially to cute
all 1.11;.?!?- Illood Diseases. l*ertlstcntSores,Ulood
airt Skin Blemishes, that u-s:<i other treatments,
ar.- quickly cured hy ll.lt.lv. Skin Kruntlons, Pim?
ple?, Ked, Helling Eczema, Scales, Misters, ked or
l'.roun Patches, Mutches, etc, are all due to bad
bio ? I, and henceeasily , nred by U.U.U. Syyhflllla
Illood Poison literally driven from the system by
ll.lt.ll. in one to iiv.? months. it.lt.lt.iIwj not con.
lain vegetable or mineral poison. One bottle wilt
test it in any case, for ?.ito by druggists arery.
where. targo bottles, SI, sis fcrfv SendSstampa
i r bo >k nn t fr?*? sample bottle,? bleb ?tit t c unit
by return man. When you wrlle, describe symp?
toms, and personal Ire? medical advice will bo
given. Address Blood Halm <o., Atlanta, us,
l. langballe,
ICE CREAMPARLOR
-AND
WHOLESALE IT1BH?FHGTURER
We e.m furnish yon with a nett-r and
cheaper crenrn than it is possible to got
?lse where. Come and sampl? our cream
Blld ROt prices and bo convinced.
C1H RCH STRhlET. OPPOSITE HOLT.
BOTH 11 ION KS, (iii
auU-aod-su.tu.th-tf
mm
W V. you S'iro 'J in oat. I'lniplea, Lop
ncr-Colorcd Spots, Aches, Old Sores, Ul?
cers :m Mouth. Hair Palling? Write COOK
tlKMEDY Co.. lo;7 MASONIC TEMPLE
Chlciiso, III., lor proofs of euros. Capital.
(5<W,CUV. Worst cases cured in 15 to .j
?iais. 100-pago book free. Jul-ly
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
doimiE?/i/lYSEMCE
'Hanta, Serr Orleans, Augn-tta. Maron,
' liuttanooeit, Nashville, Memphis, Florida,
'?-?? is, CttlUnrniji ami the entire Kentli. [
FTTeet De?. IT, IS?.!
?. Norfolk .
Portsmouth B.A L
? S-ifT-ilk .. . "
l.owlston .. .N.C.I
Wetdon .. .S.A.L.]
Henderson .. " |
Raleigh ... " I
Southern Pinea " !
Wllmlmrton .. " |.
Charlotte .. " r
Columbia C N&T,1
Auni-da .C.&W.C
Athens .. ..S.A.1.1
Atlanta (Co Time)]
M:?eon .. C.ofOa.l
Jacksonville Plant!
'r;ii'ip:i .. ..Plantl
Mnptgom'y W.dfA
Mobile .. . .l...t\.|
New Orleans . "
Chnt'nooga WftAI
Nashville NC&StL
Memphis KCM&Bj
No. a. I No. 4W.
*!>:"* n m!
fern a ml
BtSO a m|
I :0T> p m|.
II -:o a m!
1 :S0 p ml
8:34 p nil
S:S3 p mj
'lb:r"> p ml
!I1:S? a ml
110:50 a ml
?":t:. a ml
B:J0 a ml
11 10 a m|
7:55 p ml
f :00 n ml
10:11 a m|
f. .'?0 p m
S:10 p m
1 tCQ p m
6:56 p m
7:30 p m
?S:70 p m
?:45 p tn
9:lfi p m
iiVib'pm
I2:"G n m
2:bt a m
4 :23 a m
12:03 p ni
7:50 ? ni
4 :t". p ni
* I: "..". p in
1:1" p m
i '.SO p in
7:20 p m
S:l". a m
6:15 p in
!>:?!> n in
:t u ni
7 10 a m
1:! ~> a ni
7 .oo a m
1:00 a m
?Daily. IDally, ex. Sunday.
Connections at New Orleans with Bouth
-:a Paclflo and T?xns A Pactllc railways
f r ell points In Texas, Mexico and Cali?
fornia.
I'ortsmoutti dally 7:;;
No.
m.
No
403?Arrive
2%?Arrive
Portsmouth dally C:ro
J. W. TtROW.V. Jr..
Pass'r A,gt., 109 Main sU, Norfolk. Va
MURRAT PORRES
Trav. rn??'r Artt . Portsmotii h. Va
B. ST. JOHN, Vice President and General
Manager.
V E MeBEE tlencral Superintendent.
11. W. B. OLOVER. U S. AI.I,EN.
Traffic Manager. Grn'l Pass'r Agt.,
Portsmouth. Va.
1,1 OP. RICHMOND, PETErtsnURG.
I PT.M'.EUONT, OLD POINT,
NEWPORT NEWS ANDJAME8 UIVEIt
UANDING9 DIRECT UY
DA Y LIGHT,
Virginia Navigation Company's Elegant
Snl.-on Steamer POCAHONTA8 lr.?v^s
Clydo wharf. Norfolk, every TUESDAY,
THURSDAY and SATURDAY at 7 a. m
touching at Portsmouth. Old Point ami
Newport News going, and returning, ar
r v ??" at Richmond about o:..o p. m . con
nectlni: with all evening trains.
Pare to Wchmend. H io.
To Richmond and return, r,o.
To Richmond, second-class. Ji 00.
T , kets much oheapcr than any other
route to Richmond. Petersburg, Waverly,
Illekiford and Btatlons on Atlantic and
i Danville railroad and all points via
Richmond.
Tickets f"r sal'' at ticket ng-^nries cf
Wail." & Son, H. Brandt, and on board
Freight received dally (Sunday except?
ed) for all above named points.
JAMES NV M'CARRICK,
lal0-tf _ Agent.
iSIWestem
Jchedule in Effoct
Wry.11
f.."..";-.l>_3:57 ?.
SCHEDULE TN EFFECT MARCH 12,
1st-.?.-LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
t to a. in.?Por Richmond, Washington,
Lynchburg and the West.
4.CJ p. m.?Vestibule J L'.ir.lted fer Itleh?
mond and Washington. Stops
only at Suffolk. Waverly and
Petersburg
7 ;." p. m. ? For Petersburg, Lynchburg,
tho West und Southwest.
Trains arrive tit Norfolk dally 9.3i a. m.,
U:?5 a. m. and 10:10 p. m.
Tickets und all Information at station
ir.d ij Gratiby street.
v.". B. BEVILL.
Genera; l'iissierjgtr AgenL
LYDE'S REGULAR PINK STEAM*
j SHlPH POR PHILADELPHIA.
ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM NOR.
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA,
Until further notice steamers are np.
nninted to ra l frc-m Norfolk every MON*
l?v WEDNESDAY ar.d SATURDAY
?i e, o'eloak v m.. and from Philadelphia
; : .-m.ay. thcrsday ana
s hturdaY,
a :gh bills of lading to all polntl
?tcut'i and Southwest via Seaboard A:r
line Atlant:.- feast Line. Virginia and
-|'... r;,.??re Air Line. Southern Railway.
N.i-f >lk ar.d Carolina and Norfolk anj
Southern Bajljrtgdjj, w UeCARRICK
nenertl Southern Agent. Norfolk. Va>
WILLIAM P. CLYDE & ro.
General Agents. Phiiad:!; hla.
TRAVELERS' 6UI0E.
Formal Opening of the Famou,
PRINCESS ANNE HOTEL
February 22. 1SS9.
THE MODERN STANDARD GAUGE IIN2
RUNNING LE rWEEN
NORFOLK, ViV.
? AND?
sssssr Virginia beach, ?:?.
?and?
CURR1TUCK DIVISION,
?and?
EASTERN VIRGINIA AND N ORTH
CAROLINA POINTS.
"EAST VIRGIN!/ AND CAROLINA
EINE."'
(formerly Pcttlt'a North Carolina Lino
and Bennett's North Carolina Line.)
SCHEDULE IN EFFE IT FEBRUARY
23d. is?;?.
MAIN LINE.
LEAVE NORFOLK, VA
Dally except Sunday- 6:t:< a. ir.., mixed!
a. in., fii.^t express, stops only at
Kempsville, Lynnhavcn and Oecana; 12:43
a., local express; 2:45 p. m . local ? x
press; C:SO p. in.. Princess Anne special
dcsI express
Sunday?9:45 a. m. far.*, express, stops
only at Kempsville, Lynnhavcn and
Ocuana; 12.15 p, m., local ess; ?: 15 p.
loca! express; 6;Sv p in.. Princess
Anno special, local express.
LEAVE VIRGINIA DEACH. VA.
Dally, except Sunday? s.i5 a. m., local
cxprcas; 11:15 a. in., mixed; 2:20 p. in.,
local express; i;30 p. in., local express;
lo-.oo p, hi.. Princess Anne special,
through express, no stops.
Sunday?10:20 a. m., local express: 2:20
p. ni., local express; 4:10 p. m.. lo'-al ex?
press; 10:00 p. m.. Princess Anne special;
through express, no stops.
CUKR1TUCK DIVISION.
LEAVE NORFOLK. VA.
Daily except Sunday? iu:oo a. m., mixed;
5:05 p. m,, mixed.
LEAVE MUNDEN POINT. VA.
Dally except Stir.day-7:ro a. m., mixed;
2;(0 p. m.. mixed.
All steamers other than Currltuck
S-jund stcaincs. arrive and depart from
pier No. 1 (adjoining Clyde Line) Water
street, Norfo1^, Va.
W. P. ASM BURN.
Gcn'l Frt and Pass, AgenL
?. P. HOLLAND,
Superintendent.
NorfoiK anfl Qcean View RyT
SHORT LINE BETWEEN NORFOU.K
AND Ol-D POINT COMFORT.
Via Norfolk and o:wii View Uy. Co.
FIFTY MINUTES.
SCHEDULE TAKING EFFECT NO
VEMBER 24th. 1S9S
Lv. |Lv. |Ar i |Lv. Il.v. lAr
NorlO'n [Old I
folk'Vw P't
Old i W Nor
P't P'r |folk
A M A M A.M| |A.M A M A M
7:30| 7.60, S:20| Local dally..| S:00 I
>:0*, ?:20( ?.50 Local da:ly..| 9.0:.; 9:30
10:Jciji0:.',0,11 :'0 Local dally.. lu::>.. 11 1 ??
P..M.P.M P.M P.Mil1 M I' M
U.D0 12:20 12:50 Loral dally.. 12:05 i: 30 12 ??
l:30j 1.501 2:20 Local dally.. 1:35 :.0<\ 2:25
ISSMM 3.:o| 1:45 Express _ S.<V !5 1:60
4:.10| 4.50; 6:201 Local dally.. 4:35; 5:00 5:
GXH): 5:20 6:501 Local daily.. 6 A>5 6:30 6:55
J:30i 4.50 8.201 Local dally.. 2:36 8.e>. 6:25
t>:uO| 'J 20[ 3:50| 1-ocal <1a:'.y.. t..ci. 'J.iOi I'.jj
! Connects with 4 p. m. C. & O. train ni
Old Point,
Baggage chocked to any point on Sea?
board Air Line and to all Railroad sta?
tions and Steamboat Lines In Norfolk niul
Old Point.
Local freight leaven Norfolk dally.
Straight faro tn Old Point Comfort 25
cents. Fare for Round Trip to Old Point
Comfort from any part of Norfolk. 50
cents Round Trip Tickets on sale by n.l
Stteet Car Conductors.
D. A. HEGARTY.
General Superintendent.
SOUTHERN
RY.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINTS
SOUTH,
SOUTHEAST,
and SOUTHWEST.
EFFECTIVE MARCH 12. ISO?.
Lv Norfolk .1 9.00 a ml >.'J5 p in
I Ar. Raleigh .! 3.5> p ml 2.09 a in
Ar. Durham .I 4:43 p ml 3 10 a in
Ar. Greensboro .j 0.::."> p iu| 5.15 a m
Ar. Salisbury .1 7.60 p m| t>.4o a m
Ar. Ashtvllie .|12:10 a mi ^.;."> i> in
Ar. Hot Springs .I 1:2.1 a in; 3:51 p m
Ar. Knoxvllle .i 4.15 a in 7.U) p ni
Ar Chattanooga .. ,.j 7.40 a in111:35 p in
Ar. Nashville .| C.55 p m, C:40 a ni
Ar. Charlotte .I 9.35 p m| 7.55 n m
Ar. Atlanta .I 6:10 a ml 3:55 t> in
Ar! Montgomery .. ..jid:31 a ei 9:20 p m
Ar. Mobile .? 3:15 p ml 1:05 a ni
Ar. New Orleans .| 8:10 p rn, 7.t0 a In
I Ar. Birmingham .111:20 a m ; '? "0 p m
I Ar Memphis .I 9:20 p mi 7:15 a :n
1.37 a in 1! ;', a ni
S i.i a m| ? i;, ., ?,
"I a ml 3.15
5.15 a in| 7.40 p in
Ar. Columbia .
Ar. Augusts .
. Savannah .,
. Jacksonville ...
Ar. Tampa .I 6:60 p in, 7:io ? rn
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars,
For all Information apply at
City Ticket (l nice, .11 it I ti nnil CJranUy
, HI reel*, "i'lioiici IBS.
Baggage called for and chc< ked from
hotels and residences by Virginia Ti
frr Company on orders left at ticket of
tico.
FRANK S. GANNON,
*d V President and Gen'l Mgr.
j J. M. CULP, W. A . URK.
Traffic Mgr. Oen'l Pars Agt.
Washington, D. c.
W. H DOLL, Pats. Agt., Norfolk, Va.
Tho TteTT ?na powerful iron palace
jteamera NEWPORT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON arid NORFOLK will leave
daily as follows:
NORTH BOUND.
Steamers leave Port'tnou:h. foot
i of Nor; l street. 5:00 p m
Leaya Norfolk. f;ot of Water
Mieet. S'43 p m
.rave Old Putnt Comfort. K:I5 p m
Arrive Washington. 7:00 a tn
IB XO I Pa. R R
Lv. Wn'Vnrton .,a>:'*> i rn b7 'O a :n
Ar Philadelphia .|R:oa a m|!0:M a m
vr. New York at. 1:20 p m PISprn
SOUTH POUND H:tO !l'a. B it.
Lv New Ycrk .]dl ??) p m'd! :00 p rn
'.v Philadelphia .1 S:01 p m ?. \% p ,a
Ar. Washington .I 6 ?? P C:t* p -n
Lv Washington .|c0:39 p mlc?:39 p tn
-,: Old l o:nl Comfort | 7 00 a ml 7 <*> ? m
Ar Norfolk......| a ml I m i :n
Ar Portsmouth .. I 8'30 a m' i zo a
i\ Buns cri hour Uter S'jr.<!ays.
1) Buns ten m ntves later Sundays,
c Dallv.
d Dally, except Sundays._
Ttcketa on saio st B. & O. ticket office:
N. & C office, at W. T. Walkfs and
company's offloe on wharf.
For further Information apply
D. J. CALLAHAN,
Telephone 14L Aceat.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
,151801ft GM lif
. FOR NEW YORK.?Pas
scfigcr ships are appointed
l</ sail ft . ID Norfolk week
?lays at O.Cs) p, m., Sundays
ut 7 p, m.
FROM NEW YORK?On
Monday Tuesday, Wednes?
day, Thursday and Fri?
day at 3:00 p. nii, Saturda) at 4:00 p. in.
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS
UNSURPASSED.
Pare. Including nuais ar 1 stateroom
berth .?8.00
Round tr:p (limited to 30 days).JU.OO
For tickets and reservation of state?
rooms apply at ticket office, 199 Main
street, or at general of.'lr?/. at wharf
Slupj leave Old 1 o:nl for Norfolk Sun?
day about 1? a. m.
'1 1M K SOUEDU I.K OF ST 1 ?: AM1iP.S
Hampton Roads, J. S. Warden, Luruyi
ACcomack and Virginia Dare, r.i in:;:
daily, except Sunday, irc:n Company ?
wharf, N'or-.oik
FOR Old) POINT?At 0:15 and U:13 a.
m. mid 4:15 p. ih.j Portsmouth, Ci30 and
W:M a. m. und ,t:<.i p m.. Bay Line wharf,
Norfolk, at G:i5 and II 30 a. m. ar.d 4.20
p. in.
Fur. HAMPTON?At 11:15 a. m. and
1:1.', p. in ; Portsmouth, 10:05 a. m. and
3-05. p. m.i Hay Line, at 11:30 n, ru. und
4 .. 0 p. m
FOH NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FIELD?u\t " ;?'? p, in.; Portsmouth, 2:15
p ni.: Pay Line. 3:is) p. in.
FOR WARE VND EAST RIVERS At
0:15 a. in.; I crtsniuuth. C:30 a. m : Uay
Line C-.-I5 11 m.
FOR NORTH RIVER?On Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 6:15 a. tn.;
Portsmouth, ti.50 a. ni.; Buy Line, 6:45 a
in
FOR BEVERN RIVER?Oh Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at .6:15 a m.i
Portsmouth, c.30 a. m.; Ray Line tj.45
a. m.
FOR BACK, POQUOSIN AND YORK
RIVER LANDINGS AN1> CRAB NECK
- On Monday. Wednesday und Friday at
0:15 a. in.; Portsmouth. 0:30 :\. m.: Uay
Line, 6.45 a. m. Returning following day.
Fur. N VNSEMOND RIVER ASH SUF?
FOLK?At 3:00 ;? in.: Portsmouth. '.1
p. m. Connect ng at Sisn'cik with Suffolk
and Carolina railroad.
Freight r r Warn, East, North, Severn.
Back, Poquosln, Yoik and Nfanscmorid
river landings must he prepaid.
All schedules subject to change without
v notice.
Freight for Washington and New Bern,
N. C.i received at and delivered from
Norfolk and Southern railroad depot.
Freight received dally, except Sunday,
until 6:00 p. m,
M. It. CROW ELL, Agent.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
s/w t-irviK.
commekcino monday, aug. f. p?s.
Lv Portsmouth. High street.T5 :."> p m
Lv. Notf.lk. Main street.M 00 p m
Lv. Old Point. Hygeta Tier.U,-00 a m
Ar. Baltimore, t.'ntoii Dock. 7 00 a in
NiiUTHltOl'ND 1 P R R. 1 It ?: t>.
Lv Baltimore .I 7 46 n mil 7 53 a ni
Philadelphia .1*10:15 a ml 110:1? a m
Ar. New Veik .1*12:43 pin! 113:33 n'n
SO?THl'.iU'NI) I P. R. R. 1 U. At O.
Lv New York .! 12:'.u p in! ItOO p m
Lv Philadelphia . 14:41 p ml !3:07 p m
Al BalL; (.".niton _I '7:cO p m| 15:10 p ra
Lv r-altliRO. e. Union Dock.0:30 p m
Lv, Baltimore, Canton . 7:10 p m
Lv. Old p.ilnt . 6:16 a m
Ar. Norfolk .7:00 a m
Ar. Portsmouth .8:30 a m
!?Pally except Sunday. '?Daily.
Tickets sold to all points North, Fast
and Weat and baggage checked o desti?
nation. Staterooms reserved upon appli?
cation In prison nt tlio Company s ofllee.
No. 77 Weal Mam street, or ou boa: a
r-teesitr.
FtClghl will not he received arter I p.
m. to go forward that day.
For further Information npplv to
KEY COMPTON.
General Agent
J. W BROWN, Jr..
Southern Passenger Agent.
CAPE \ Ncw York
PM^Pl P^l Philadelphia
nmixr I and N?rfolk
ROUTE \ Railroad.
QUICK TIME-LOW RATES.
i'WO TRAINS EACH WAV.
SCHEDULE IN : I . E?"l' MONDAY,
APRIL 15 ISJ3,
LEAVE NORFOLK.
7:45 a. m. dally, except 8ondnv--(P3Us
1110.Uli. High btreet, 730 x. in)
Arrive at Philadelphia 5 12 p.
m.. New York ut 8 JJ p. m.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
6:00 p. tn. daily. Portsmouth, High street
b;30. Air:ve at Philadelphia,
6:10 n m ; New York. 7 u a. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK
S.COn. m. dally; Portsmouth. High street
p 10, leaving New Ytrk at e 00
,, m.: Philadelphia. 11 in p. 1
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK
7:50 p. m. daily, except Sunday (Ports.
mouth, High street. 8. Oil p. in)
Raving New York at 8 CO a 11
Philadelphia, 10 :o a m,
Clore connection mado with all rail nr.d
?OUhd lines to in-1 from Boston,
Pullman Sleeping Cora on nicht trains
between Jersey City, I'd lachIpm.i ar.d
Cape Charles.
Pullman Buffet Parier Carsonday trams
between Philadelphia and Cape Charles,
Through II kets fcld ar.d baggage
checked at Wulke's Agency, ur.der At?
lantic Hotel, and on steamers.
R, H COOKB.
c.eneral Passenger and Freight Agent.
^[ciDfliUfftriliJKiiiraGi
D1PE5CT ROUTE .
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
For Boston?Mond.ty.-5. Wednesdays and
Fridays at 6:00 p m.
FOR PROVIDENCE,
Every Toe:day. Thursday ar.d Satur?
day at 8:00 p. m
FARES TO BOSTON .AND PROVI?
DERN OE.
First-class, Including mer.ls and
stateroom berth .}? 00
Intermediate; including meaib al 2nd
table and saloon stateroom b -rt . ;? CO
Steerage Including meals and bunk..57.00
Perishable freight sent via Providei ce
forwarded by, early train to 1: ston and
at the same rate oj by direct steamers to
Boston.
For further Information apply '.0
R. 11. WRIGHT, Agent Norfolk, Va.
A D RTEBBINS, Ass't Ti ifflc M gr,
W. P. TURNER. Gen. Pass. Agent,
j. c. WHITNEY, Traffic Manas r.
General unices. Baltimore. M-J.
rpHB STEAMER S A. McCALL."~C.
1 the Petei burg, Norfolk nnd James
River Steamboat lino, leaves tho N y
p .v N. dock every MONDAY, WED
NF.9DAY und FRIDAY at 6 a rn . with
passengers an 1 freight for Newport News
nil .lames River landings and I'etersb-irg
nt riving In Petersburg about 5 p. m., giv.
Ing the Rlehmor 1 pass-Tgers about one
houf la Petersburg before the train
leaven, arriving In Richmond nbojit 6 JO
p m. Fare about one-half what it is tn
rail Brtfst-elasa faro to Petersburg, 31 15.
Second-cUss, $1.00. *.0 per cent, discount
for round-trip tickets. R. B COOKE
O-neral Agent J. W. PHILLIPS, Owner.
Phones, new and old, No, 1W.
m HE WEST NORFOLK AND PIN
L ner's Point Ferry leaves the n. y..
p & N. wharf lia'.iy. Sunday excepted, at
G CO a, m.. S a, in.. 9:30 ?? m., 10.30 a. m .
13 nr. 1:30 p. in., 2:30 p. ni.. 4 p. m. und
fi so p. m.. making !l,o round irlp in to
minutes Phones, new and old. No. n?.
1 J. W. PHI LLC. S, C ? ncr. jatt
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Chesapeake
uTtW & Ohin Rv.
^Bliw ?OhioBy.
<iCU,;^Y??;^T- LOUIS. ETC.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JANUARY 10,
__WESTl;oFXD l_ No I_| No. 3
Lv. Portsmouth .. ..| 7 to a th
Lv. Nol!lllk . s.iOam
La, Newport News ..| 9:15 a m
11 chmond .I u:jo a
-!j p ra| 10.20 p in
6:44 p ml 2Ml a m
HOS p in| 4:22 p ra
'? -? 1 i> m 7:.'o a ra
S:.>7 [) mi 6:23 p in
? -' i nii 6:15 ii m
11:00 a m I S:co p m
6:30 p m| 7:15 a ra
6:i? p ini 7:Si) a la
l.v. Rtchm'd (KF&P)| '12:C0 n'ui . u o m
Ar. NVashlngton .I '..to p m| 11:30 p m
l.v. Rich'd Ma'n linel
Ar Charlottcsvlllo ..
Ar. Stauuton .
Ar. Va. Hot Spr.nss..
Ar. Clifton Forte_
Ar. Cincinnati .
Ar. Louiivllla .
Ar. Chicago .I
Ar. St. l.juis .I
?Dally except Sunday. Other time dally.
N ? 1-Day express DAILY, (i'arior Car
i > Rl-thinond and Pullman Richmond to
Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis.
Conn ts at G rdonsville tor Orange
and principal station* on Southern Rail?
way north ot Orange.
No : DAiLV 1'uilmans Old Point t?
Hlnton, Cln Inn .:: .mj Louisville.
Meal served on Dining Ca;s on Noa. t
and j wesi of Gcrdohvllle.
..< i Ohio arrives at Norfolk:
13 !? :i and I j p ni. Airivec at Ports?
mouth 12(40 p. in. und 7:30 p. in.
For tnttliei Information apply to
J It WIl.LCOX. Ticket Agent, or
F. \V. CtlltD. Passenger Ascut,
C. an i O Ticket ottke. Qranby street,
Norfolk. Ya.
JOHN P. POTTS.
A?st. General Passenger Agent.
aiLiaric
COAST
Oorfni't ,i- carotin*) Raitroari.t
IN EFFECT JANUARY 15th. 1S39.
I 1 No. 101.
Stations, i No. ?. ] D'l'y es:.
Dally. I Sunday.
Lv. Noifo.k .I s?.ou a m, 2:20 p a,
1 " s -?:>?-?.I ?.-2 a mi 2:42 p m
Ar. S> ftolk, \a.,10.w) a m| 3:17 p in
Ar. Junta. N. c.ilu:io a ini 4:1? p m
Ar. lKtiKood. N. C_|12:oo' m | 6:3? p ra
Ar. l'arboro, N. C_;12:21 p mi 6:00 p m
Ai Rocky Mount. N.C.|12?O p m| 6:3? p ax
Ar Wllllamslon, N. C.
Ar. Plymouth. N. C. ...
Ar. Washington, N. C.
Ai. Kluston, N. C. .. .
Ar. WINon. N C.i 2:15 p ml 7:10 p m
Ar. OoUboro, N, C....1 3:21 p ml 7:50 p n?
A: Wilmington, N. C.| 5:60 p mi 9:10 a ta
Ar. Faycttcvllle, N. C..| 4:25 p mi l-.oo a in
Ar Florence, o C... 7:25 p ml 3:16 a in
Ar. Charleston, S. C 10:50 p m| 6:03 a m
Ar. Columbia. S. C, ?;20 p milLOO a m
Ar. Augusta; Ga .. i:03a ml 7:55 a in
Ar. Atlanta, Go. .. . . 12:35 p m|12:3t p ra
Ar. Uncoil, Ga.11:15? ln|lHS a ra
Ar. Su van nah, Ga. : 60 a in | S:l? a m
Ar. Jacksonville. Fla..| 7:30 a m|12:j0 p ax
No 4? dally connects v.uh A.C.L. trot a
'.'. for all iicints South.
No. lPo.daily,except Sunday, makes close
boiineclton nl HobKood for Washlnguo.
N. C, Klnaton, N. C. and Plymouth. \
C . and all Eastern Carolina points; nli?
{ at Rocky Mount with A. C. L. train "? tot
all points South.
No. 103. daily, except Sunday, makes
close connection at Ahoskie for Windsor
N C, and Millions on W. & P. R. R.
Trains nrilvo at Norfolk at 5:55 I. na,
daily, also at 10125 a. in., daily, except
t" tiiday,
No. 49 runs through Althout ctanf;*
Norfolk to WllmlnKton.
HJ?Eau? ehctked at Compnny's Ncrfo'.sl
wharf, und also at oflK o of passungiip
and Ticket ajiont 171 M.via street bippa.
Site Atlantic Hotel).
For tickets to all points South, -Utpl.'ig>
car reservations and ccueiai Intormatluj
call en or address.
J. A. SKUClEMAUETt,
Passenger and Ticket ag int.
JAMES F. HAl/m,
Gene.-at Forwarding Agrut.
H. M. EMERSON, Gen. Pass Agent
G. M. BERPELL. Gen. Manager.
T. ?1 EM EPSON. Trafllo Manager.
14 snnin I b. c
SCHEDULE IN El'FECT OCT. 19th, 1S5S.
MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK DAILY (except Sunday) 10 a. m.
for Elisabeth City. Eden ton, Mackey's
Ferry, Roper, Pan lego, llelhaven. Et-:.
Connects at Edenton with N. & S. R. R.
Steamer as follows: Daily (xcept Sun
day) lor l'lymoulh. Jamesvlllo, William
? a and \Mndsnr. TUESDAY. THURS?
DAY mid SATURDAY for all landings on
rhowun liver. On MONDAY and FRI?
DAY for Si uppernong rlvr. connecting at
Belhavcn with steamer Virginia Dare for
Mackleyvlllc, South Creek, Aurora. Wash
ugion and inlermrd ate landings. Con
Ellzabeth City with steumee
.\<w Beine MONDAY and WEDNES?
DAY for Koanoi.e Island, Ocracoke.
Oriental and New Herne, N. C.
EVENING EXPRESS I.EAVF.3 NOR
ro'i K at 4:10 P in. TUESDAY, THURS
DA^ and SATURDAY for Elizabeth City,
1 lenton and way stations. Connects at
li City With the. steamer Neuse for
Island, Newberne, Morehead
City Kingston and Goldsboro, via A. &
m ii R , and for Jacksonville. W'.lmlng
ion N. and for stations on tho W. &)
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (except
Sunday) at 4 2o p. m and morning tiain
ni 11 a ni TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
BATURDAY. connecting with all lail and
?team lues at Notfolk for the North
East and West, Passenger station at foot
< ( East Main street. Norfolk and West
i. r. c pot. Freight station on Water
street.
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH
FAST FREIGHT LINE AND OLD DO
MIN ON LINE h.-tweoi all points North
..~t via Norfolk and Norfolk and
ii Ralln J und Eastern North
Carol r.a.
rcc'elvi '. dally at 5 p. m. and
forwarded promptly at Dw rate.
For further li formation apply
General Office of ti.e N. & S. R.
Norfolk, Va.
H. C. HUDGINS.
General Fr Ighl s nger Agent.
M l< ;c:.\>: General Manager.
to tha
R. Co.,
T-TLANTie andnviijlb .
from wl f I ?/ .M.*thtcw?-i
I a in West Norfolk, at 9 y0 a. m. fOP
1 Danvlil' ar.d tiitermcdlate points, axrlvln*
I at Dim."" a: o:2? p. m.
\ S ? ? 3- Dal y except Sunday-,
I ?aves Norfolk C 40 p m : West Norfolk
7:10 ;- m. trrlytng at Danviiio at 5.0?
o'clock ?. m. ....
NO ( arrives at Norfolk at 1010
. m , itly except Sunday:
' TRAIN no. i arrives at Norfolk at 5-18
TRAIN NO. J eonnects at Dennlstort
n with Norfolk und Western rail.
I for 1 irl am and intermediate points
TRAINS NOS, I AND 3 connect at Jet
[unction and Danville for all poi^n
. So'uthern Railway system.
Pullman sleeps between Danvlils and
Ashovtlle, Atlanta. Jacksonville. Memphis
an t New Oilcans. **
Tickets on sale and baggage checked at
b's agency and compury'a wharf
Norfolk, and at Emmcrjon & Watson'
a^i nts at Portsmouth. *
Steamer City of cheater touches at N
Y.. P. and N. R. It. wharf on outgolnat
trips. ^
WM. H. TAYLOR.
Traffic Manage?, .
CHAS O Tt/.IPKP. Ctr.eral Manag?gv 1

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