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THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT
Progress of Movement to Secure
an Agricultural Fair.
/ .?,'. - id ...
Dwelling Bout In Cncateru>ld
Bnrned-ln Doors For TItreeTcara
?BrMfflus the Appomalloi-To
Organise a Hamauo Society.
Petersburg, Va.. July 7.?The regular I
meeting of the Young Men's Business
Association was held last night at their
rooms. President Charles Hall Davis In
the chair. Among other business con?
sidered was the report from the Fair
Committee, which was presented by Ita
chairman, Mr. W. S. Young. The report
stated that about $4,250 had Uccn pledg?
ed for the fair and $250 more promised
If it should bo determined to hold the
The report also stated that Mr. Dally
had promised to guarantee $1,500. The
report recommended that there be a
meeting: of the stuck holders on the
Hth of July to determine whether or
not the fair should be held. The re?
port was accepted by the Association
without making any recommendation.
The residence of Mr. Ed. Craddock,
In Chesterfield county, a short distance
from Petersburg, was destroyed by lire
yesterday afternoon about half past 12
o'clock. The lire originated from chim?
ney sparks. Mr. Craddock, with the as?
sistance of some of his neighbors, suc?
ceeded in getting out most of his fur?
niture and houshchold effects. One of
his barns took fire and was destroyed.
Ills loss Is estimated at about fifteen
hundred dollars. It was not learned
whether or not there was any Insurance
on the property.
IN DOORS FOB THREE YEA BS.
Mr. F. E. Davis, one of Petersburg's
best known citizens, whrr for years was
a prominent merchant of this place, is
out on the street again after being
confined to the house for the past iin-ee
years. Dr. Davis" hip was broken at
his farm, near this city during a heavy
wind storm by the door of one of his
bams blowing oft Its hinges and strik?
ing him. He Is looking quite well for
one who has been In doors for such a
length or time, and he has lost but
little in flesh.
BH1DQE OVER THE APPOMATTOX.
Workmen have been engaged for the
past few dnys excavating nt the bead
of Old street for a foundation for the
iron bridge to be built across the Ap
pomattox river for the Richmond, Pe?
tersburg and Carolina railroad. This
bridge which will be nn Iron trestle,
will extend from the Blue Kldgo Cot?
ton Mills nn Canal street, over Into
Chesterfield county, and will be about
sixty feet In height.
A number of ladies nnd "/enllemen
met In the parlor of the Y. M. C. A.
Hall last night for the purpose of or?
ganizing a Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals. Mr. W. W.
Gillette was chosen chairman of the
meeting. It was derided to perfect an
ornganlzation of this kind and a com?
mittee consisting of Judge .1. M. Mul?
len, Dr. C. V. Hobinson. Hon. William
Henry Mann, Major Harrison Walte
nnd Hon. W. V. Menne was appointed
to draft suitable by-laws for the gov?
ernment of tin- society. A commit!.f
ladles was appointed to solicit members
for the Boclety. The meeting adjourned
to meet on Monday night next at S:30
MORE INDICTMENTS AGAINST
HAWK! NS? DEATH?EX ?
Roanokc, Va., July 7.?Tho grand Jury
of the Hustings Court to-day brought
in six moro indictments for forgery
against Oswald S. Hawkins.
Tour of the Indictments charged that
h't forged the name of W. O. Page to
negotiable notes for $10 each, signed by
J. H. Doran.
DEATH OF CHRISTIAN GEBMAN.
Christian German, a well known and
worthy citizen, died yesterday nftci
noon at the home of his' son, G. T. Uer
mati, No. 723 Fourth avenue n. w., at
ttho advanced nge of 70 yjars. The de?
ceased had a severe nttack of pneumo?
nia In tho winter, from whi?h he never
recovered. He is survived by his wife,
?who is in Pennsylvania, nnd three tons.
Two of his sons reside her,-, nnd arc
emolrjcd on the Norfo.k and Western.
They are Joseph and George T. Ger?
man. The funeral will take place from
fit. Andrew's Church to-morrow at 2
Norfolk and Western engine Xo. 2-10.
blew up at a point three miles west
of Tip Top, a station on the Clinch Val?
ley division of the Norfolk and West?
ern, at 4 o'clock yesterday. The nccl
dent was due to the carelessness of the
engineer In allowing the water to get
?too low In the boiler. As a result of
the explosion, J. D. McColgane, the en?
gineer, is fatally Injured, and the fire?
man, E N. Albert, seriously scalded.
Oscar G. Owens, a brakeman. was also
badly hurt. The engine was not mov?
ing when the accident occurred.
DEATH OF PBOMINEXT CITIZEN
TAKEN TO LEXINGTON.
Lynchburg, Va., July 7.?Bobert I.
Owen, one of the most prominent busi?
ness men of Lynchburg, died last night
of RODendlcitis. He had an attack of
cholera morbus In Philadelphia on June
20th, and appendicitis developod after
his return home. Deceased was born
in Madison county, Ala., In 1S54, nnd
came to Lynchburg in 1872 and engaged
in the tobneco business. At the time Of
his death he was president of the Den?
tal Snuff Company, of this city, a direc?
tor of the Atlantic Snuff Company, of
Philadelnhia, and director In a number
of important local corporations. He
leaves a wife nnd three children.
TAKEN TO LEXINGTON.
Sheriff Thomas A. Sterrett, of Rock
brldee county, arrived In the city yes?
terday afternoon and left for home a
few hours later, having In charge
Henry Taylor, the white man who hns
been confined In the Lynchburg Jail for
some dnys for safe keeping. Taylor Is
charged with attempting to commit a
heinous crime, his victim being Viola
M. Williams, a 9-year-old white girl
mt Rockbrldge county. The alleged as
snult la said to have occurred on June
-1st and lor three days Taylor was in
hldlnsr In the lower end of the county.
He was captured by a sheriff's posse
and taken to Lexington, where he re?
mained In jail over night. The citizens
of the section in which the assault Is
said to have occurred were so incensed
that jit was deemed best to bring Tay?
lor to this city, where he has been con
lined in Jail ever since. His trial, which
Is set for to-day, will, no doubt, attract
a large crowd to Lexington, us the case
has attracted much attention.
- j ^ J
AG KD MINISTER STRICKEN
Ooydton, Va., July ".?The large con?
gregation of New Hope Baptist Church,
In the western section of Mecklenburg,
was thrown into consternation Tuesday
afternoon when Hev. A. P. Davidson,
an aged minister, fell to the Hour of
the church in an unconscious condition.
The Rev. J. E. Hutson, the celebrated
evangelist, was conducting revival ser?
vices and had .'ust commenced his ser?
mon when the aged divine was seen to'
suddenly f:ill over.
Friends hurried to him nnd a doctor,
who was Dresent, examined him and
thought he was dying, as he had bui
little pulse and his breathing Was lab
mod, lie was unconscious for about
live hours, but he rallied yesterday and
is all right now.
Mr. Davidson Is perhaps by far the
oldest minister In tin- Bantist Concord
Association and has been in the minis?
try for half a century.
Dr. \V. H. Smith, a prominent phy?
sician i>r this county. Is lying III at his
home with fever, ami but little hope is
entertained ..f his recovery.
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
effects "f the well known remedy,
Smut" of Pius, manufactured by llic
Califoknia I'm Svkui' Co . illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa?
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form uiosl refreshing to tho
taste and acceptable to Hie system. It
is the one perfect strengthening ):?\n
tlve, cleansing the system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly ami enabling one
to overcome habitual constipation per?
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality ami sub?
stance, and its acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or Irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process of manufacturing fitrs
arc used, as they are pleasant to tin;
tnste, but the medicinal qualities of tho
remedy are obtained from .senna ami
other aromatic plants, by u method
known to the california PlO Svitpp
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
ban rttANClSC'O. CAEl
LCUISVIX.I.U. ICY. IJEW york, N.T.
For sale by alt OrtlgEittS.-gPrlcc SttC. pet bottle
IO und 4?.1 eentf?, At driiK*tori.A.erin:i!lo,lmi re
rlpt of nrlee by VVINKKI.M ? K N <V UltOWN
HIM K CO.. HuliliMoie. M.'. _
_ ? ...k.-na..-Strrueih'
Ii restored qolckeat ta nil run-down ?Steina
with tlio Inglily coiuciitrutid, prv-ai^tstiJ
Ttnitnirpo nofurthcrdlgottlonr p???o?at onco
Into tho rlrouUtlOn?JIVM natural
HTETE.XM? A O.MKItlO.,1 limiliL.rbll?t
? TLANTIC & DANVILLE RAILWAY
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE IT. ISM
TRAIN" No. 1?Dally.?Leaves Norfolk
from wharf tool of Mathews street at
0:SO a. m.. West Norfolk at 10:00 P.. m., 1
Danville and intermediate points, arriving
at Danville at &;S*> p. m.
train No. J?Dally?Leaves Norfolk
MO p. in.; West Norfolk. ,s:ln p. m., ar?
rive at Lawrcncevllle lCoi1 p. m., arriving
at Danville at B:52 o'clock a. m., except
Monday. To Lawrenccvllle only on gun
''TRAIN No. 4 arrives at Norfolk at 9:20
a. m. dally.
TRAIN No. 2 at rives at Norfolk at 5:20
p. m. daily.
STRAIN No. j sonneets at Dennlston
Junction with Norfolk and Western rail?
road for Duiham srtd Intermediate points.
TRAINS Nos, 1 and 3 connects at Jef?
freys JuncMon and Danville for all points
on the Southern Itiilway system.
PULLMAN SLEEPERS between Dan?
ville nnd Ashev'.lle, Atlanta. Jacksonville
Memphis and New Orleans
Tickets on sal" an.! baggage checked .aI
Walkes agency and company's wharf.
Norfolk, nnd nt Bmmerson & Watson's
tgency, Portsmouth. Steamer City of
Chester touches at N. Y.. P. and N. It. It.
wharf on outgoing trips f r through pas?
\VM 11. TAYLOR, Traffic Manager.
CHAS. O. HAIN BS,
CLYDE'S REGULAR link STEAM?
SHIPS FOll PHILADELPHIA.
ONLY DIRECT link FROM NOR.
KOLK TO PHILADELPHIA,
Until further notice steamer* are ap
pointed to sail fro~> Norfolk - very M<">N
DAY. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY al
K o'clock p. m., and from Philadelphia
rvt-rv TUESDAY,.THURSDAY and SAT?
rhrOUgh hills of lading to nil points
Bduth and Southwest via Seaboard Air
Line, Atlantic Clast Line, Virginia nnd
Tennessie Air Line. (Southern Railway
Norfolk nnd Carolina nnd Norfolk anil
JAM KS \V. McCARRICK.
General Southern Agent, Norfolk. \'a.
WILLIAM P. CLYDE & CO..
General Agents, Philadelphia.
Schedule in Effect
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 25, 1S99. I
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
7:40 a. m.?For Richmond, Washington
Lynchburg and tha Weit.
4:J5 p. m.?Vesllbuled Limited Tor Rieb*
niond and Washington. Slop?
only at Suffolk Waverly and
7 25 p. m. ? For Petersburg, Lynchburg",
the West and Southwest.
Train? arrive at Norfolk dully 9:50 a, m.,
11:25 a. in. and 10 to p. m.
Ticket* \nd all Information at atatloo
and 10 Granby street.
W. B. BEVILL.
General Paascnser AttDt
double DaILY schedules
to ALL rOlNTS
EFFECTIVE MARCH 12. 1S99.
I.v. Norfolk .I 9.00 a ml S.35 p m
Ar. Raleigh .I 3.50 p m| 2.0D a in
Ar. Durham .1 4:43 p mj 3.10 a m
Ar. Ureinsboro .| C.35 p in[ 5.15 a m
Ar. Salisbury .| 7 50 p m] 6.40 a in
Ar. Ashtvtllo .J12.10 e. ml 2:23 p m
Ar. Hol Sp-tngs .I 1:29 a m| 3:57 p m
Ar. Know.lie .| 4.15 a mj 7.20 p ni
Ar. Chattanooga .. ..I 7:40 a mltltSS p m
Ar Nashvllla .! 6:55 p ro| 6:40 a m
Ar. Chariot tu .| 9.35 p in| 7.05 a m
Ar. Atlanta .I 6:10 a mj 3:55 u m
Ar. Mi mgomery .. ..110:31 a in 9:20 p in
Ar. f.!obiio .-.., 3:45 p ml 3:05 a m
Ar. New Orleans .I 1:10 p ml 7:40 a in
Ar Itirmtnrham .111:20 a m|10:00 p m
Ar Memphis .I ; :,> p m| 7:45 a rn
Ar Columbia .| 1.37 a m|11.25 a m
Ar. Augusta . S.oo a mj 2.45 p m
Ar. S ivnnnah .| 5.00 a ml 3.15 p m
Ar. Jacksonville .1 5.15 a n>! 7.40 p m
At. 'J'(in;<a .i.I 6:50 p mj 7:40 a m
I'ulltr.nn Palace Sleeping Cars.
For ali information apply at
CMjr Ticket UOiee, Main mi?l Oranbj
Mrei'M, '!'hoii? lit!.
n^Fpapo called for and checked from
hotels and residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company on orders left a' ticket of
FRANK 55. OANNON.
3d V President and Gen'1 Mgr.
J. M CULP. W. A. turk,
Traffic Mpr Oen'l Pr.ss Agt.
Washington, 13. C.
W H. DOI.L. i'a?s. Agt.. Norfolk. Va.
Tho new nnd row;:fi.l lion rabi-o
steamer* NEWPORT N EWS, WASH
INGTON and NORFOLK w.ll Icavo
daily us follows:
Leave Portsmouth, foot of
North ?ircct . ?5.00 p. m
Leave Norfolk, foot of Water
direct . 6.45 p. m.
Leave Old Point Comfort.. li.ij p. rn
Arrive in Washington. 7.00 a. m.
Arrive in philadolpniu. 1'onn.
lt. R.?'lO SS a. m.
Arrlv< In Philadelphia, V. & O.
II n. ."11.00 a. in.
Arrive in New YoiU. Pcnn.
R. It."1.13 p. m.
Arrive In New York. B. & O.
R. B. *1M P. m.
Leave New York. Renn, it R. ?12.50 p. m
Leave New Verl;. Ii. ii O.
K. 1*.?. "100 p. m
Leave Philadelphia, 1'enn. R.
It.<. '3.11 p. m.
Leave Philadelphia, R. O.
It. R."3.07 p. m.
Arrive in Washington, Penn.
R. R. '010 P. ru.
Arrive in Washington, B. & o.
R. 1L. "0.00 p. m.
Leave Washington.*fi.:t0 p. m.
Arrive Old Point Comfort? 7.0ft a. m:
Arrive in Norfolk. 8.0<) a. m.
Arrive in Portsmouth. 8.20 a. ra.
"Dally except Punoay.
Tickets on sale at B. ft O. ticket office
X: Ac C. office, ni W. T. Walke'a and
company's office on wharf.
For further informanon apply
D. J. CALLAHAN.
Telephone 411. Agent.
ELIZABETH RIVER AND HAMPTON
ROADS FERRY COMPANY.
?Operatine Hourly service to?
_E1X> F.R'S POINT AND WEST NOR?
Commodious and comfortable steamer.
Superior accommodations to meet the new
demand. Steamer CITY OF CHESTER.
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JUNE 3rd, 1893
Touching at Southern Railway wharf.
Pinner's Point, each way.
LEAVE NORFOLK, Southern Railway
wharf, fool of Jackson street, 6:30 a. in.,
7:t". a, m. (to Pinner's Point only),
(f)S:30 a. m.. ?9:30 a. m. (connect?
ing with A. e.- D. pawenser train at West
Norfolk?no stop at Planer's Po'nt). 10:30
a m.',(f)!2:"0 m , ?1:30 p. m., 2:30 p.m.. (f)4:00
n. in.. 5:50 p. m., '3:35 p. m. (connecting
with Southern Rillway passenger train at
Pinner's Point?does not go to West Nor?
LEAVE WEST NORFOLK. A. & D.
Railway's wharf. 7:00 a. m.. (f)S:00 n. m.,
?lt? ") in.. 11 .eon. m.. (f)l:f;0 p. nr. ?2:00 p.
m., 3r00 p. m., 4:i.5 p. m. (bringing passen?
gers item A. & D. passenger tram from
the West), '''15 p. m.
?Daily. All other trips da ly, except
(fl Freight carried on the*e trips only
The round trip to West Norfolk on this
oomfortable steamer afford? a most DE?
LIGHTFUL BREATH OF HALT AIR
Foit THE HOT WEATHER.
M. SERPELL, President.
F. R. DANCY. Vice President.
J. A. C. GRONER. Sec. and Treas.
GOTTEN UP ESPECIALLY FOR
LADIES, CHILDREN AND NURSES
Commencing TUESDAY' AFTERNOON.
June tOth, tho comfortable and safe
steamer CITY OF CHESTER, com?
manded by Captain W. T. Williams, will
leave Southern Railway wharf, foot of
Jackson street, Norfolk, every afternoon
at 6:15 p. m.. touching at Atlantic City,
,\bTritt Wrecking Company's wharf ut 7
p in for a .5ail down the river, making
no stops; returning to Norfolk by ?:2>) p.
'"a trip on this steamer affords a most
del ghtful Breath of salt air for the hot
weather, and is especially recommended
for sick children.
Those living In Ghent or the West Rnd
by taking the Atlantic CUV cars will be
put out at the Merrltt Wrecking Co.'s
NOTE.?West Norfolk people- can tnk?
ilie boa) for this excursion at the A & D
Wharf, Wist Norfolk, it 6:15 p. m.. and
Plnner'S Point and Port Norfolk people
at Southern Railway pier No. 1 at 6:30 p.
m. No additional fare. Jel'l-lf
NURSES AND CHILDREN .10c.
ELIZAETH RIVER AND HAMPTON
ROADS FERRY COMPANY.
BETWEEN NORFOLK AND
9:2o a. m..
H:15 a. m..
12:60 p. m ,
3:00 p. in ,
6:10 p. m..
7:45 p. ni.
(a)S:20 a. in..
(a)ll:lS a. m.,
2:15 p. m.,
?4:20 p. m..
?6:40 a. m.
10:15 a. in
2*15 p. in.
?4:20 p. in.
fi:;iO p. m.
With steamers forming the
"EAST VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA
(formerly Tettlfs North Carolin? Uno
and Bennett's North Carolina Line.)
SCHEDULE IN KFFKCrT JUNE 4th. 1899.
9:00 A. M.
MAIN LINE?TO VIRGINIA BEACH
Daily except Sunday:
7:30 a. m., though express.
(a)9:00 a. m., mixed, makes no Btops west
10:30 a. m.. through express.
12:50 p. m., loe.il express.
3:00 p. m., through express.
6:10 p. m., through express.
6:30 p. m., loeal express.
7:45 p. m., through express.
local ? x press,
through express, makes local
LEAV12 VIRGINIA BEACH.
Dally except Sunday.
?6:40 n. m., fast e>press.
6:30 p. in., through express.
S:."0 p. m.. through express.
10:30 p. m., through express.
Iocs 1 expn ss.
. through express.
? Stops only at Occana. Lynnhavcn and
(a) Makes no stops west of Thal'a.
Through express trains inuko tho trip In
Fast express in 30 minutes.
Local express in 35 minutes.
LEAVE NORFOLK. VA.
Daily except Sunday?10:00 a. m., mixed;
6:00 p. m.. local express.
LEAVK MUNDEN POINT. VA.
Dally except Sunday=f:30 a. m..-mixed; |
2:00 p. m., local express.
All steamers other than Currlluck
Sound steamers, arrive and depart from
pier No. 1 (adjoining Clyde. Lin-.) Water
street Norfolk, Va,
Trains stop only on signal at Interme?
diate stations to tako on or put oft pas?
W. P. ASHRURN.
r Gen. Frt. and lJass. Agt.
3. P. HOLLAND.
VTORFOLK OCEAN VIEW RAIL
CJU1CK AND FREQUENT SERVICE
NOB FOLK OCEAN VIEW. OLD POINT
HAMPTON AND NEWPORT NEWS.
Tako the Ocean View Route for Ohl
Point, connecting with the C. & O. and
Trolley Lines for Newport News and In?
6:0u[ 6:20| 7:00.L'l d'yex Run
I I I Aid d'y ex Sun
7:301 S:00| S:30| Local
9:00| 9:30 10:c0, Local
P M F M|P Mi
12:00jl2:30| l:cu Local
^ - i ?
A M AM IA M
I I Ex press
1:25; 2:00,i Hd P't
2:2:. 3:0c Old P't
!3.00| 3:25! 4:00 Old P't
4:25) 5:00 Old P't
15:00 5:25| 6:00|l >ld P't
?3:20 I Kxpr. ss
!6.00 6:251 7:00 Oid P't
?6:30! ( [Ex press
17.00 7:25) S:00 i lid P't
?7:30 i ?!?>.).f>s
?S:00 8:25; 9:00.old P't
?j>:iO| I I Express
!9;O0l 9:25|10:0? Old P't
?Otf.O1 I |Kx press
!10:00;10:25'11:00 Old P't
dailyi 7:50 8:23 8:50
" f 10:50 11:2.? 11 :;.<) |
P MiP M P M
M ;l2:20,12:55i 1:20
??( I 1:20; 2:001 2:20
l' 2i20lJ 3:001 3:20
" |' 8:20; 4:00;
( 4:20| 6:00;
l' 5:20,' 6:00
I 6:20| 7:00,
|' 7:20,' S:00
? Ocean View only.
! 1st Section Old Point Express. 2nd Sec?
tion Ocean View Local.
f Leaves at 10:15 on Sunday
Local freight leaves Norfolk 7:00 a. m.
11:00 a. m. and 5 p. m.
Freight received until fifteen mlnuW
before leaving time.
Faro for the round trip to Ocean View
Fare for the round trip to Old Point
from any part of Norfolk. SOc. Old Point
tickets on salo by all street car conduc?
tors. D. A II KG ARTY.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
COMMEHCINO il.ONDAT. AtjO. B. 1333.
L? Portsmouth. High street.!6:25 p m
Lv. Norfolk. Main street.!6:00 p in
Lv. Old Point Hygeia Pier.17:00 p m
Ar. Baltimore. Union Dock.7:00 a la
I P. R R. I B. a O.
Lv B<tmora .I 7:1? ? mjl 7:55 a m
Ar. Philadelphia .10:15 a ra !10:1?
Ar Nsw Yoik .1'12:43 p m!!lS:3i n'n
I P. R R. I B. ?t O.
LV New York .1 !2:!0 p m; 1:00 pm
Lv. Philadelphia .I 14.4' p ml :3:07 p in
Ai Bait Canton ....1 '.7:00 p ml !o:l* p m
i.v. Baltimore, Light street .0:3o p m
Lv Baltimore. Canton . 7:10 p m
Lv' Old point . ?:?? a m
Ar. Norfolk .i * * ra
Ar. Portsmouth. t.iOjLjB
!?Dally except Sunday. ??Dally.
Tickets sold to all points North. East
and West ?nd baggige checked to desti?
nation. Staterooms reserved upon appu.
ciiion In r.erson nt tho company s ofliee.
No. 77 West Main street, or on board
Freight trill not b? rerelved after 4 p.
m. to go forward that day.
For further Information apr'y to
" 0 J. W. BROWN. Jr..
Fouthern Passenger Ag&nL
OR RICHMOND. PKTKRSnURQ.
lj CLAREMONT. OLD POINT,
NEWPORT NEW8 AND JAMES RIVER
LANDINGS DIRECT BY
Virginia Navigation Company's Eler/n-,t
Saloon Ste-.mer POCAHONTAS leaves
Clyde wharf, Norfolk, every TUESDAY
THURSDAY and SATURDAY at 7 n in
touching at Portsmouth. Newport News
and Old Point going and roturnlng, ir.
rivlng at Richmond about 6:30 p. m., con?
necting with all evening tra.ns.
? fare to Richmond. 11.60.
To Richmond and return, 12 50.
To Richmond, second-class. 11.00.
Tickets much cheaper than any other
route to Richmond. Petersburg, waver!
Hlcksford and stations on Atlantic arid
Danville railroad and all points v.a
Tickets for sale at ticket agencies of
Walke Sc Son, 11. Brandt, and on board
Freight received dally (Sunday except?
ed) for all abovo named points.
JAMES W. ?CARRICK.
raisin* ci's lines
FOR NEW YORK.?Paa
scuter shtpj are appointed
to sail from Norfolk ui 7:30
I?. in. dally, except Sunday.
FROM N1: w YORK?On
Monday. Tuesday, Wednes?
day, Thursday and Fri?
day at 3X0 p. rn., Saturdays
at ?.oo p. m.
RASSE NU ER AC CO M MO RAT IONS
Fare, Including meals und stateroom
berth .5 ?.00
Round tr.p (limited to SO days).ju.oo
For tickets a; a reservation of state?
rooms apply at ticket oftice, 199 Main
street, cr .it general ottlce, .it wharf
Ships leave Old l'olnt Kr Not folk. Sun?
day aliout in a. m.
TIM F. SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS
Hampton Roads, J. S. Wurden. L.tuay.
Accomack a:ul ViiKtnla L'j:o. s.i ling
daily, except Sunday, Iroin Company a
FOR OLD POINT?At ?:U> and 11:18 a.
m. 2:45 and 7:10 p. m.i l'oi t-mouth. 6 S'.imi
10:05a. in. ar.d 3:05 p m.I L>a> lane went
Norfolk at ii:i5 utid 11:30 a. m. and 4.00
FOR haMITOX-At 11:18 a m- nml
3:15 and 7:10 p. m.: Portsmouth, 10:05 a. m.
aii.I 3."5 r?. ni.: Bay L.no wharf at H.J0
a r.:. and 4:00 n u*
Fl K NEWPORT NEWS NND SMITH
F1K1.D At i.j, p. in.; l'ottsmoiuh. 2:4h
?> m.j Bay I.inc. :!:.'u p. m.
for ware ,\nd east rivers?At
0:15 a. m.< Portsmouth 0.30 a. m.: Hay
Line 6:45 ? rn.
Fur north niVER?On Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 6:1S a. m.s
Portsmouth, 6:30 u. m.: Bay Line, 64* a.
FOR SEVERN RIVER?OR Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at ?:L> ?>
Portsmouth 6:30 a m.; Bay Uns Ok,
FOR rack. POQUOS1N AND YORK
?OVER LANDINGS AND CRAB NECK
?On Monday. Wednesday nnd Friday at
6:1j a m ; Portsmouth 6:50 a m : Bay
lane 6.43 a, m. Returning following d;?y.
FOB NANSEMOND RIVER AND SUF?
FOLK?At 3:00 p m.: Portsmouth, r
p. m. Connect ng .it Suffolk with Suffolk
and Carolina railroad.
Iroight f..r Ware East. North, Severn.
Rack, Poquosin York and Nanscmond
river landings must bo prepaid.
All schedules subject u> change without
^Freight for Wish'nqtnn nnd New Rem,
N. c. received at and delivered from
Norfolk and Southern railroad depot.
Freight received daily, except Sunday,
until i.vo p. ni.-?
M. B. CROWELL, Agent
CAPE \ New York'
ROUTE \ Railroad.
QUICK TIME?LOW KATES.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY.
APRIL 15. PiJS.
7:43 a. m. dally, except Sunday-(Parts.
mo.ith. High ktrcet, 7:30 a. in)
Arrive at Philadelphia 0:42 p.
nv; New Yotk nt ? ::s p. rn.
6:00 p. m. daily; Portsmouth, High strert
b:30. Arrive nt Philadelphia,
I ? 6:lo a. m J N"W York. 7:13 a. In.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK
S;00 a. m. da :y; Portsm uth, High street
9:10. leaving New York ut k:0g
p m.: Philadelphia, 11:10 p. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
7:50 p. m. daily, except Sunday (Ports.
month. High street. 6:00 j>. m )
leaving New Y'cik at 6:00 a m.;
Philadelphia. 10:20 a. m.
Clone connection made with all rail nnd
sound lines tu und from Boston.
Pullman Bleeping Cars on night trains
between Jersey City. Ph ladclphla and
Pullinan Ruffet I'.ul r Oirionday trains
between Philadelphia ar.d Capo Charles.
Through tickets sold and baggago
checked at Walkc's Agency, under At?
lantic Holtl, and on steamers.
R II COOKE,
General Pa?srncer and Freight Agent
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE,
For Boston -Mondays, Wednesday* and
Fridays at 6:00 p m.
FOR PRI ?V1DENCE.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur?
day at 6:00 p. m.
FARES TO ?OSTON AND PROVI?
First-class. Inclu-iiiiK meals and
stateroom berth .811.001
Steerage, Including meal-; and bunk. .$:<.vo|
Perishable freight sent \ :.i Providence
forwarded by early train to Boston and
at the same ratu as by direct steamers to
For further Information apply to
R. H WRIGHT, Agent Norfolk, Va.
A D BTEBBINS. Ass'l Traftic M't;r.
W. P.TURNER Gen. Pass. Agent.
J. C. WHITNEY, Traffic Manager.
General Offices, Ualtlraoro, Md.
j 1 * <e*
Atlanta, Now Orleans, Augusta, Mucon,
Chattanooga. Nashville, Memphis, I lorida,
Nai:u, California mui Ihe yullri* Stmllt. -
In Effect Doc-. 11. l<i?9.| No. 41. I No. 40*
LvT'Norfolk ..~ .1 ?SRO! n ml "*:30 p m
" Portsmouth s.a L i 9:W n mi ?:4R p m
Ar. Buffolk ... " I 9:50 a ml 9:16 p m
" f.ewUton .. .N C.I Hipml.
" Wei.'on .. .S.A.L.] lltso n m 11:10 pm
" Henderson .. " I 1:S0 p ml is:M a n>
" Rnleleh . . " ? "4 p ml 2:1? tn
" P'Oi'.hern Pines *?' | 8:53 p tr.| 4:33 a m
" Wtlm'.nrrton .. " |.i 12:03 p m
Chnrloite .. " |?10:?5 p ml 7 o j m
" Columbia. C.N/6L IlltSS a m 4:15 pm
" Aue-usta .CAW C I10:M n mj N:5S p m
" AO-ens .. ..S A.LI ?3:15 a ml 1:1.-. p m
" Atlnn'.i (CoTrn')1 6:20 .i m' 1:50 p m
" Macon . C.ofOa. 11:10 a mj 7:20 p m
" Jacksonville Plant] 7:SS p ml 8:45 a rn
" Tampa .. . Plant 8:00 a ml f 15 :> n>.
" Monirrom'y W ofAl 10:31 a ml 9 ?? n ni
" Mobile .. ..L.&N.i 3:60 p m; 3:05 a m
" New Orle-in? . " f 19 p ml 7:40 a in
" Chat'nooga WftAI 1 ;00 p rh ;;t:. a ru
" Nashville NCAStlJ f. ". p m: 7 CO a m
" Memphis KCM.t-RI 7:30 p m! 4:00 a m
? Da'.lv. 'Da'.ly. ex Sunday.
Connections at New Orleans with Poutr,
ern Pacific nnd Texas & Pacific railwav,
for all points In Texas, Mexico and Call,
No. 402?Arrive Portsmouth dally 7^3
No 38?Arrive Forbiniouth Cally 6:M
y J W. BROWN, j
Fass'r Ar;t.. 199 M On St.. Norfolk Va
Trav. Pa?'r A?t.. Portsmouth, Va
E. ST JOHN, VlCS President and Oonerui
V. E. McREE. General Superintendent.
H. W. B. Crl.OVF.lt, L S. ALLEN,
Trafflo Manager. Oen'l Pass'r Agt.,
, , Portsmouth, .Va.
& Ohio By,. I
FOR RICHMON D. WASIUNGTON.VIR
G1NIA SPRINGS and MOUNTAIN RE
SORTS. CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE.
CHICAGO'. ST. LOUIS, &C.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 23, 1S99.
\\ KST IP H'NI >.
. i'ousmuutli .I 6:30 a
l.v. Norfolk .I 7:00 a
Lv. Newport News....! s-.coa
Ar. R.climoud .[ 10:10 a
l.v. Ifd ?t."F.&'r.?..;.ViM2i??"n7
Ar.Wash't'n (RF&P).| J:20p|
I 6:50 u
Pt |l 1.20 p
A,' cSrS '? ? ' 1*?? ?IfM??:??
Ar. Btaunton 1 i&P 2:?? P 2:43?
Ar. Clifton ForgeMIS
Ar Va H.,t X'.... ?-4ap i:o7
Y..\ llot Spring,..
Ar. Cincinnati .... 0011
Ar. st. Louis.i
r. 6:28 ?
9:60 p 7:25 a,
9:28 p| 7:0? sj
9:?0 pi 7:25 a
7:65 a] 5:15 p
11,00 ai 8:00 p
\ 6:30 p'| 7:15?
? I ...Ij except Sunday. Other time dally.
N i ,v 5- Pa ly Norfolk to Richmond;
. mm pi Sunday west of Richmond. Parlor
Car, except Sun.lay, from Old Point to
Itoncevcrtc, without ?.hinge. Connects at
Richmond with Janus River Division
tram for Lynchburg, Lexington and Clif?
ton Forge'. Connects at Gordonsvlllo for
Calvcrton and Manussas.
No 1 DAILY,with Pullmans, Richmond,
to Cincinnati, Lou ?villi and st Louis.
NO, 3?DAILY Pullmans, Old Point ta
Hlnlon, Cincinnati and Louisville.
MeuU served In Dining Cars on Nos.
1 and ;> w?'st of Gotdonsvllle.
c. St O. STEAMER LOUISE leaves Nor?
folk for Newport News at 7 a. m., U:2a a.
in. and 3;;:0 p. in. Leaves Newport News
lor Norfolk vl.". a. in.. 11:15 a. m. and 6:0a
p. nt. Arrives Norfolk 9:15 a to.., 12:1*
noon and 7.e5 p. m.
Kur to: Out Information apply to
J R VVILLCOX, Ticket Agent, or
F. \\". CURD. IMsaenget Aient.
C. and Ticket Oftlce, Atlantic Hotel.
Noitu.k. Va. ???_
JOHN r> POTTS.
Asst. General Passenger Agent.
(.Wroth .tCMsii,, Knllron.l.?
lMlEFFErT JPVB 4th U9?.
Stations. \ No n
Lv. Norfolk .I 9:00 a oil tM \> ii.
LV. Cons June.j V.tt a m, 2;U p in
Ar. Suuolk. Va. .|1U.'>0 u ui, 3:17 p iu
Ar, lunu N". C.llu:-0 a in, 4:1? p la
Ar. IRligbnd. N. C.|12.00 ill J 6:35 p iu
Ar. Tiiboio. N. C_|!2:il p mi ti:oO p m
Ar Itocky Mount. N C,|12 jo p ui, 6:Si p ia
Ar Wllllamsten, N. C i.i C:ii \> to
Ar Plymouth. N. C.| 7:40 p in
Ar. Washington. N. C...|.|7:3opiu
At. Klnslon, .V C .. .I l:6Gpio
Ar. Wilson, N. C.I 2.15 p ml 7.10 p in
Ar. QoUuoro, N. C_I 3.21 p ml 7 c0 p ni
Ar. Wilmington, N. C.| 5:jo p mj y.40 a ni
Ar. Fayettevillc, N. C...| 4:25 p m| L?S u m
Ar. Florence, o C.I 7 ;j ;> m| S.li a m
Ar. Charleston, s. c. i".3> p m| o.ia a m
Ar. Collum..2 C.;10::o p in ll:?A) u m
Ar. Augusta. Qa .. ....[ J:eiarol ;?? m
Ar. Atlanta. Go. .12:35 p ml 13:35 v M
Ar. Mscon. G?.Ii; .15 a null.15 a m
Ar. Savannah. G.i . ? .00 a in. 5:W a m
Ar. Jacksonville, Fla....| 8U5 a ta\ l:tw p m
No ?5 dally connect! wlih A.?.L Wats
23 for a" ui In'.s South.
No. KVJ.dally c.:-:e|?t Sunday, makes close
Connection r?t IleVltood for WashlngUB.
N. ?.*.. Klnston, N. C. oiui Plymouth, 1.
(." . and all Kaxtfrn Carolina points; sin
si Roi ky Maus: with A. C. L iraia ?? fa*
all points boulh.
No. K'3. da:ly. except Sunday, makes
closo vnitBMUofi a' Aboskl? for Windsor.
N C , ano stations on VV. ?tc P. r. r.
Trains arrive at Norfolk at 5:55 i. m,
dally, also at 10:25 a. m., dally, except
No. 49 runs through ?iiiliom et sues
Norfolk to \\ ilmluirlon.
Ragcuga clicked at Companys Ncrfo.S
Wharf, anil also at otlio ol passnig
und Ticket agent 171 Uaiu sl.cet (ipp*.
alia Atlanlle Hotel).
i or tickets to ail points South, slsipptg
car reservation* and general infoi mail ut
cail co or address,
J. A NEUOEDAUK.lt,
Passenger and Ticket ag nt.
JAMES F. MAUPLS.
Qanaral Forwarding A*-tut,
II. M. EMERSON, Gen. Pass Agent
t!. M. BEKPELL Gen. .Manager.
T- ai. EMERSON. Tiaflio Manager.
Norfolk & souinern 11 Co.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 19th. 1SP9.
MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK DAILY (except Sunday) lo a. in.
for Elisabeth City, Edenlon, Mackey's
'i-ciiy. Kor i. I .inu^?l:e'l(-iven. Etc.
Connects at Edcnton ?Ith N. & s. R. r.
steamer aa I Hows: Daily (except sun
day) for 1T? mouth, Jamesville, William
ston and Windsor. TUESDAY. TIll'US.
DAY and SATURDAY lor all landings on
Chowau river, and MONDAY and FRI?
DAY for SCuppernong river. Connects at
Bellhaven with Old Dom nion btcaniers
for Makleyvllle, South Creek. Aurora.
Washington and intermediate landings.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR.
FOLK at 4:10 p. m. TUESDAY, THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Elisabeth City,
E lenton and way stations. Connect ac
Elizabeth City With the steamer Neuae for
Roanoke Island. Ocracoke Oriental, New
hcrne Morenead City. Kinston and Goids
borO via A. & N. R. R-, and for Jacksou
ville, Wilmington, N, ?.'.. und for stations
oik tll'i W. ??: W. K?R.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (except
Sunday) at 4:25 p m., and morning train
a til a. m T1 ES DAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY connecting with nil rail and
?team lines at Norfolk for the North,
i ist and W.st. Passenger station at foot
of East Main Street, Noifolk and West
ern depot. Freight station on Water
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH
FAST FREIGHT LINK AND OLD DO?
MINION LINK between all points North
und East via Norfolk and Norfolk and
Southern Rullroad and Eastern North
1Y Ight received dally at a p. m. and
forwarded promptly at low rate.
For further Information apply to the
General Office of the N. & S. R. R. Co.,
H. C. HUDOINS,
G r.il Freight and Passenger Agent.
M. K. KINO, General Manager.
For Petersburg, Newport News and
James River Landings.
STEAMER S. a. McCALL from
N V r .v N. WHARF mondays,
WEDNESDAY'S and FRIDAYS, 6:00 a. nv
u h passengers and freight, lowest
betw en Norfolk, west
NORFOLK, PINNER'S point and
PORT NORFOLK, Leave n. y., i>.
Si N. dock. N.'rfalk. fi:.io. S:00. 0:00, 10:00.
II 00 a. m.l !-' 30, 2 ??>. 3:00, 4:30, 6:00 p. m.i
returning leave WEST norfoijc 7:00
8:30 10, 1?> ::o. 11:30 a. m.; 1:30, 2:30, 3:30.
R 0 ;? m., stopping ut >*lnner's Point
? ? ? 0 p in., stopping at Pinner's Point
an i I? irt Norfolk going and coming. Lott
esl rates aa.l best service. Freight car
I i ?? i m., 12:30 and 4:30 p. m. trips.
It, It, COOKB, General Agent; J.W.PiUL*