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THE NEWS FROM THE OLD- NORTH STATE ?NDHtWCAPTT?U
Indications that There is Petro?
leum in Buncombe County.
TOBACCO CROP HURT
TI.o Rottont storm Dnningcd Uncul
Tobncco Twcuty-flvo i'cr Col ?
Dlagmccfiil Air?ir in Kliolly-Ketv
Col Ion V:ii lo Etc Erected on Hun
IIIvor?Colin by llic Trniii l.ontl ?
Ralel?h, N. C, Aug 10.?"It is report?
er! from Ashevlllo that Trof. Joseph
Loiter, a mineralogist from the West,
made a And tho other day which Indi?
cates that there, is petroleum In Bun?
combe. Prof. Loiter has been in the vi?
cinity of Black Mountain for some time i
prospecting Tor gold. While washing
for tho yellow metal he discovered sev?
eral stones that seemed thoroughly sat?
urated wllh oil.
The llnd made made on land belong?
ing to M. L. Burnett, four miles north
of Black ?Mountain. Prof. Liter
brought the stones to the city yesterday
hnd left them in Whitson & Cralg's of?
fice in Temple Court. They smell as
Strongly of petroleum as if they had
been in a barrel of oil.
General Theo. F. Davidson has for
some years held the belief that there is
petroleum somewhere In Buncombe.
' A letter from Kittrell says:
The gale which has held steadily for
two days ami nights has done singular
damage to the growing tobacco. The
wind has been high enough to break
the tobacco as Is sometimes the case,
but the Incessantr ubblng of the ripe
leaves against each other for so many
hours has resulted in serious bruising.
Kvery bruise will entail a black or dark
spot "ii the golden haves when cured,
greatly lessening their value.
Some farmers estimate the damage a /
twenty-live per cent, of tho uncut to?
bacco. About two-thirds of the crop Is
A DISGRACEFUL. FIGHT.
The Shelby Star gives the following
particulars of a scandalous occurrence:
St. Paul's Church, in upper Cleveland,
?was the seine of a disgraceful and
bloody tight last Monday. It occurred
during the services there and disturbed
the worshippers in such a manner that i
the meeting was broken up. John 15.
Cook and Dccatur Newton were the
young men engaged in the affray,
which took place near the church.
Cook cut a murderous gash across
Newton's arm near the wrist and New?
ton struck Cook with a rock several
times, beating him severely. We learn
that Newton has been arrested, but
Cook Is still at large, with the ofllcors
In pursuit of him. The trouble between
these young men grew out of their at?
tachment for -a young lady of the neigh?
NEW COTTON MILLS.
"Wo learn from Plttsboro that Mr.
John II. Hays, the chief engineer of the
Erwin Cotton Milis Company, with his
corps of assistants, has established a
camp near the old John Williams' mill,
on the east side of Haw river. They
?will be busily engaged there for several
Weeks in surveying and malting esti?
mates preparatory to the construction
of a dam and canal for furnishing the
water power for the cotton mills, with h
are proposed to be built on the proper?
ty recently bought by that company on
CONK r.V TRAIN LOADS.
A Greensboro telegram says:
Tile Empire Steel ami Iron Works
will soon be prepared to work on full
capacity again. A large force of hands
1.-. at work at Ore Hill and tills will
so in be materially Increased so that*
ore can bo gotten out and shipped in
much larger iiuautilies. Besides this,
the new mines arc being opened near
Chanel Hill and a good supply can be
had from these.
The company Is reeding coke from
Virginia in enormous quantities. Flfty
two car loads have been delivered at
Walnut Cove by Hie Norfolk ami "West?
ern, and the Southern has found the
email engines of the Atlantic and
Tadkln Inadequate. The Southern's
big freight engines are now being run
between Walnut t'ove and Greensboro,
hauling solid train loads of coke from
the former place. Traffic Is said to b ?
heavier on this part of the Atlantic and
Yadkln than in many years.
_ A STRANGE DISEASE.
The Wilson News says:
Frank Edgerson, the ten year old son
of Mi-. J unes ii. Edgerson, who live?
a short distance south of this city, has
a peculiar disease supposed tr> be clo
phahtiases. His right leg from tho
knee Joint to his ankle is swollen to
nn enormous size. In diameter as large
n.'i a pock measure, while the other limb
of his body is notliing but skin and
bones. He Is greatly reduced in size
miil resembles a skeleton in appearance.
The swollen leg seems to bo sapping the
life of the body, and tile leg now weighs
possibly as much as the rest of the en?
tire body. It Is altogether a most pe?
culiar and pitiful case.
RTOKM ECHOES ? INDUSTRIAL^
P (Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Hertford, N. C, Aug. ll\?The storm
has abated; the wind has changed from
northeast to west and Is not so violent.
The tide continues low. The streets are
chaotic in appearance. A tine, drizzling
Mr. David Cox, civil rntr'noer, re?
turned yesterday from a surveying trip.
If. ii. I'. W. McMullin, of Elizabeth
City, was in town yesterday.
The Bast Carolina Lumber Co. has
chut down Its mills for the purpose of
putting in new machinery. They will
add the bliest Inventions to their busi?
ness nn.1 will bnve one of the larg rSI
ar.J best equipped plants in Eastern
JJorth Caroline.. Hundreds of carloads
cf dressed lumber .leave their yards
every month. Their plant now covers
.several acres of ground and Is being
extended. They own a fas: steam tug. |
which conveys their logs from the i?ne
forests that abound hereabouts. The
h>E3 are first tarried to the sawmills,
then tu the kilns, and thence to Hie
planer, where they tiro dressed and
shipped to till parts of the country.
Mis. n. V. Buunders, of Portsmouth.
Va? arrived here to-day 10 Bpend sev?
eral days with friends and relatives.
Rev. Jostah Elliott reamed from
Princess Anne Courthouse, v.l.. this
morning, ll- stated that his congrega?
tion was forced to stay In the church
Tuesday night, owing to the storm that
prevailed. He reported severe weather.
I 1.1 ZA IS!. I ll ? 1 f V.
PERSONAL ? DROWNED ? SHIP?
MENT OP LOGS, ETC.
(Special to Vlrglnlnn-Pilot.
Elizabeth City, N. C, Aug. 10?Mr.
E. P. Ayd'.ett and family, who have
been visiting Northern cities, have re?
It Is reported here that while en route
from this place to Iiis bom.' at Powell's
Point, Sam Sawyer, a white man, was
drowned Friday. It is supposed that
he had considerable money on his per?
son. Diligent search is being made for
Dr. 1. Pearlng and Walter Old 1 ft
yesterday for an extended trip through
the Northern cities.
Mr. W. .1. Woo,11 >? loaded the schoon?
er Sea Bird yesterday morning with
supplies for Kitty Hawk, N. C. Tue
schooner left at once for that point.
She Is the first vessel to leave this port
since the storm.
Mr. It H. Hendrcn, manager or the
John L. Roper I.umber Company ai
this place, received a telegram yester?
day from the firm nt Norl >.:; Instruct?
ing lilm tosend raft ot logs through the
Dismal Swamp canal. This Is the u it
shipment through the canal tor a num?
ber of years.
Mr. H. Ii. Lavenstein l fl yesterday
for New York to buy his fall stock of
Mrs. Percy Vaughnn and chi! iron left
yesterday for Hampton, Va., where her
husband Is employed.
The steamer Newbern arrived yester?
day from Nag's Head and reports
everything in pretty good condition
there with the exception of a very high
tide, it is reported that two cottages
have been washed a v. ay, but nothing
definite lias been learned.
i it r..\?: ??>.
(Special to Vlrginian-PUot.1 |
Eden ton, N. C, Aug. 10.?Mr. Caivort
Moore has accepted a position at the
olllce of the telephone company.
Miss Kdla Brown left this morning
for a mouth's visit to friends at Ahos
kie and Norfolk.
Major .'..dm C. Bond Is on the sick
list this morning.
This week has been a trying one to
several of our citizens wh > have fam?
ilies at Nag's Head. All communica?
tion being cut off by til - storni and the
wind blowing a gale, the thought that
they were there at the mercy of the
storm was anything but pleasant; Up
to this time no news bis been received
from there, but several have left here
on sail and steam boats tor that place.
We sincerely hope that all may be
found to be safe and well.
After spending several days here with
friends Mr. and Mrs. Ge ?rge William?
son leave to-day for their home.
The repairs on Mr. p. I,, flea's resi?
dence is progressing rapidly, nnd when
completed will be quite an addition.
BIG DISTILLERY 5-~'ZER.
THK LARGEST ESTABLISHMENT
IN NORTH CAR"' I ?!NA.
(By Telegraph to vlrglnlan-Pllot.)
Raleigh, N. 6., Aug. 10.?A special to
the News and Observer from States-|
vlllc, N. ('.. says:
Revenue Officer Brllt detained the en?
tire wholes-ale whiskey and rectifying
establishment of tiie Key Manufactur?
ing and Distilling Company, of this
place, late last Wednesday ! a- all ?. d
violation of the internal revenue laws.
To-day acting under orders from Col?
lector Harkins, who received Instruc?
tions from the commissioner of inter
lull revenue. Deputy Collector .1. M.
Davis, seized the entire establishment;
About eight thousand gallons of spir?
its were seized. _
This establishment was the largest
whiskey house in North. Carolina, nnd
it shipped iiiiiner.se quantities of spirits
to all pans of the country. Th ? seizure
Is probably the largest, made In the
State. Tiie officers do n >t disclose the
nature of the violation, or the evtd n
on which the seizure was made.
The gentlemen composing the com?
pany are among Statcsvillc's most en?
ergetic and popular business men. and
It Is hoped thai the little tangle lu
their business will soon be straight' -
Pain Conquered; Health Re?
stored by Lydia E. Pink?
ham's Vegetable Ccmpoup.:1.
[LETTES TO MKS. PINT.UAM NO. 92,649]
"I feel it iny duty to writo and thank
you for what your Vegctnble Com?
pound has done for mo. It is tin: only
medicine I have found that has ib.no
me any good. Before taking your medi?
cine, 1 was all run down, tired nil the
time, no appetite, pains in my back ami
bearing down pains and u (front suf?
ferer during menstruation. After tak?
ing two bottles of Lydia 1:]. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound I felt liko a now
woman. I nm now on my fourth bottle
and all my pains have left me. 1 feel
better than 1 have ft It for three years
ami would recommend your Compound
to every suffering woman. 1 hope this
letter will help others to And a eure
for their troubles." ? Mrs. Della
Hk.MICKEII, KeMSSELAER, ItfD.
The serious ills of women develop
from ncgioct of early symptoms. Every
pain and ache has a cause, and tho
warning tkoy give thould not be dlsre
g a rded.
Mrs. Pinkhana understands these
troubles better than any local phy?
sician and will give every woman frco
advice who is puzzled about her
health. Mrs. Pinkham's address is
Lynn. Mass. Tou t pat oil writing until
health Is completely brokcu down
Writeatlhe 2rot indication of tronhla.
_TRAVELERS' GUIDE. _
asKsccssHwania Scnaduic in Effect
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE S3,
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
. :40 ?,. m.?Tor Richmond, Washington,
Lynchburg cmi t;ia West.
*:*? P- ??.?V??tibul l Limited f r uteh.
mo:id and Washington, stopi
only at Suffolk Waverly auj
. 2j p. m. ? bor Petersbure, Lynohburg,
tili? West und H.,iithv.-e?t,
Trains nrri\e at Norfolk dally y.iOn. tn..
it ?5 a. in. and 10 to i>. m.
Tickets and all Information at station
and lu Uranby street.
W. II. R TSV ILL.
Central i-amenter Agent,
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL lOlNTi
EFFECTIVE MARCH 12. 1S59.
Lv. Ncrfolk .; i.i'i a m, S.35 p in
.'?r. lLd'llgll . 3 50 \> IU S.OSI a in
Ar. Durham .; 4:43 |> in; ;uo a in
Ar. Ureclisboro .I C.35 i> ml 5.15 a in
Ar. Bullsburi' .t 7.50 p inj C to a in
Ar. Asntvtlls .111.19 a ml 2:28 p m
At. II :i Springs .i 1:29 u ln| 3 :&1 |) m
Ar. Knoxvllle .; 4.1? a ni| i.:o p m
Ar. Chattanooga .. .., 1 t . :: in tl :35 i> in
Ar Nashvltlo .| t ij t. m| 6:ii) a to
Ar. Charlotte .| '.'.Ci p i,i| 7 a m
Ar. Atlanta. .i 5:10 n ml z.yt i> in
Ar. Mcr.tftomcrjr ., ..|ii>:3l a n?; >..') p in
Ar. Mobllu ., ::?> ;> m E:03 a m
Ar. New Orleans .I III? p in| 7:40 a in
Ar. I'.iriulnghaui .111:20 n ml 10:00 i> m
Ar Memphis .| 91:30 p. m| 7:43 a m
Ar. Columbia .j 1.57 a mjli Ii a in
Ar. Augusta .; S.CO a Iii) 2.45 p
Ar. Savannah . ;?.??> a ml S. 15 i> ...
Ar. Jn\2ksorivlll0 .', 5.15 a n | 7.40 p in
Ar. Ta:n;-a .I i.io p in| 7.4J a m
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars,
l'or all Information apply at
I'll* I'tcltol lltllee, Uuln nml ?Jrnuby
Mreeix. 'I'tioiiM IIS.
Baggage called for and ehTktvl fr^ni
hotels ami residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company oa orders left a*, ticket of
FRANK S. GANNON,
Si! V President and Gon'l Mgr.
J. M CULP, W. A. TUHK.
Tiafilc Mr. Gen'l Pass Act.
Washington, D. c.
W. II. DOLL. Pass. Act., Norfolk, Va.
Norfol? ? ?IM Steii
The re;v and powerful Ir-m ralaoe
? n,ers NEWPOKT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON and NOKIOUC will leave
daily im follows:
Lor.ve Portsmouth, foot of
North street . *5.00 p. m
Leave Norfolk, fcot of Water
street ".. MB p. m.
Leave Old Point Comfort.. C *j p m
Arrive In Washlnaton. 7.00 a. in.
Arrive In 1 hlladelphla, Pcnn.
R. it.**10 C6 a. m.
Arrive In Philadelphia, B. & O.
It R."ll OO a in.
Arrive in New York, Penn.
R. It."1.13 p. m.
Arrive .a Now York, B. & O.
lt. R.??1-55 P. m.
Leave New V >rk. Ponn. R. R. 'll.io p. m.
Leave New Yoii:. B. & O.
It. it. ??L00 p. m
Leave Philadelphia. Ponn. R,
R. ?312 p. m.
7.. avc Philadelphia, B. & O.
lt. B.?.?. ,,3.<W p. m.
Arrive in Washington, Pcnn.
R. it. ?6.10 p. m.
Arrive In Washington, it. & O.
it. it. ?'COO p m.
Le ivo W? hlnaton."6.30 p. m.
Arrlvo oi l Point Comfort? 7.00 a. m.
Arrive in N irfolk. 8.00 a. in.
Arriv la Portsmouth. ia .t. tn.
??Dally except Rnnoay.
Tickets on sale at B .r. O. ticket offVo
N. pfflec. at '.v. T. Walke's and
company'!) ofllec on wharf.
lor further Information apply
D. J. CA 1.1. AH AN.
Telephone 441, Agent.
V CHKDI-f.E ELIZA
**> HAMPTON BOA
Effective JUNE 20i
ADS FERRY f".
? it Ii. Steamer CP! Y"
OF C1IESTBR." Running between Nor
folk: 'innor'a Point and West Norfolk.
Ln -it Southern Railway's wharf,
foot el .laekymi rliv.-t. Norfolk: touching
ut Atlantl' 1 ! '"' "",| Southern Rail?
way's sviiarf, Pinner's Point and lauding |
at A and 1? By. wharf, West Norfolk.
LEAVE NORFOLK-^6:30 a. in.. ?7:45
m., !S:M a. mi, 9:30 a. ni. (A4 & l>.): 10:30
a m., !12:00 in.. 1:30 p. lift, 12:80 p. i
4:00 ?>. n>.. p. ni.. ?S:33 l>. m. (So. Ry;).
ARRIVE PINNKR'S POINT?11:45 a. in.,
7a. in., > l ? a. m., 10:45 a. in., 12:15 p. in.,
1:45 p. m., 2:45 p in.. 4:15 p. ni., 0:00 p. m.,
S:E0 p. in.
ARRIVE WEST NORFOLK?7:00 a. m..
9:00a, m;,9:50a. 11:00 a. ni., 12:30p. m.,
2; i i>. in . 3:00 p. .n.. 4: ?'. 6:15 p. m,
LEAVE WEST NORFOLK- 7:00 a. ni.
!9:00 i. in.. 10:00 a. ni., 11:"' i. m., !l:00p.
m.. - 00 p. in.. 13:00 1". m.. 4:55 p. in. (A. ?:
D.i. 6:in iv in.
ARRIVE PINNER'S POINT?7:15 a. m .
' : . a. in. i?o. By.i, I'.'. , a. in.. P .1.'. a. in.,
11:15 III., 1:13 p. m.. ":!?'. I', ill., o.li p. ni.,
5:10 p. in.. 6:30 p. m? *$:SS i>. ni.
ARRIVE NORFOLK 7:80 a. in. 8:20 a.
m.. '.':;;?> a. iu . 10:30 a. ni., 11:80 :.. m., 1
P. in , 2:30 p. in., 3:S0 p in., 5:20 p. in., ti.ij
l>. in.. 9:03 p.m.
'Daily?All other ti ii>k daily execept Sun
IFrcInlit em i'd on these trips only.
c. M SERPHLL, President.
V. B; DANCY. Vice President.
J. A. C. QRONER. Si and Treat.
TLANTIC & DANVILLE RAILWAY
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 17. ISO?.
TRAIN No. 1?Daily.? 1 .caves Norfolk
from wharf foot of Mathewa street at
o-.r.j a. in., We?t Norfolk at 10; ?) r. m . for
Danville and intermediate points, arriving;
at Danville ..t :> .?"? p. m.
TRAIN No. 8?Daily Waves Norfolk
7:40 p. in.: West Norfolk. .?:.?/ p. m., ar?
rive at Lawroncovlllc ll:S3 p, hi., arriving
at Danville at 6:52 o clock a, in., except
Monday, To Lawrenccvlllo only on sslm.
VrATN No. 4 arrives) at Norfolk at o.:o
a. m. daily.
TRAIN No. 2 arrives at Norfolk at b::?
p. in. dally.
TRAIN No. 3 cr.ttnc vs at Denn^ton
.TutH'tlon with Norfolk and Western rail?
road for Durham and Intermediate p Inta
TRAINS No?. 1 a: i - ? :.!...? ? ,: ,|.:.
fre?S .Pan:.'.ion and Danvllla for all points
on the Southern Railway ay stem.
PULLMAN SLEEPERS between Dan?
ville and Aahevllle, Atlanta. Jacksonville
;.i mphls and New Orleans
Tickets' on rale n;:d baggage checked at
company's wharf, Norf Ik,and at Eminer
sen ?* WatSdn's agency, Portsmouth,
Steamer City dl Chester 11:... hea >it N
V. i'. and N. R. R. wharf on outgoing
trips for ihroinrh passengers,
W.M. Ii. TAYI. -it Trn fie Manager.
tllAf. O. HAINES,
BETWEEN NORFOLK AND
" VIRGINIA BEACH.
With sic.in;er3 forming the
"EAST VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA
(formerly Pettlt'a North Carolin? Llno
a:id Uennetl'a North Carolina Line.)
SCHEDULE IN BPKKi'T JUNE Ith. 1S33.
0:00 A. M.
MAIN LINK-To VIRGINIA DEACII
1 illy except Sunday:
7:30 a. in., though express.
(a)9:V0 u in., n i, makes no stops west
of Th IIa.
10:30 a. in., through express.
12:60 p. in., local express.
3:00 p. in., through express.
5:10 p. m., through express.
c.3> p. m? local express.
7:43 p. iu.. through express.
9:2r, a. in., local express.
11:15 a. in., through express.
12:50 p. in , local < \ press.
1:00 ji. in. through express.
5:10 p. ro., through express.
7:45 p. ni.. \' i ugh express, makes local
LEAVE VIRGINIA REACH,
Daily except Sunday.
?6:11.v in., fast express.
(a)S:'J0 a. in., fast express.
(a)ll:15 a. m.. mixed
;>. in., through express.
?4:20 p. in., fast express.
G:3o p. in., through express,
S.'M p. m., through express.
10:30 p. in., through express.
*C:I0 n. m., fast e* ress.
10:15 a, in., local express.
5:15 p. in., through oxpress,
?4:->.? p. in., fast express.
6:;;o p. in., through express.
io::;o p. in . through express.
? stops only ut Occaun, Lynnhaven nnd
(a) Makes no r-iops west of Thalia,
't hrough express trains rnako Uio trip In
25 mlnuu .<
Fast express in 30 minutes.
Local express in 35 minutes.
LEAVE NORFOLK, VA.
Dally cx< apt Sunday?10:00 a. m.. mixed;
6:00 i>. in., local express.
LEAVE .MUNDEN POINT. VA.
Dally except Holiday?7:30 a. in., mixed;
2:00^ p. m., local express.
^All steamers other than Currltuek
Sound steamers arrive nnd depart from
pier No. l (adjoining Clydo Line) Water
street Norfolk. Va.
Trains stop only on signal nt Interme?
diate stations to tako un or pet olf pas?
W. r. A8IIDURN,
Gen. Krt. and Pass. AuL
R. P HOLLAND.
"VT011 FOLK ,t OCEAN VIEW RA1L
QUICK AND- FREQUENT SERVICE
NORFOLK OCEAN VIEW. OLD POINT
HAMPTON AND NEWPORT NEW:
Take the Ocean View Route for Old
Point, connecting with the ?'. O. anil
Trolley Lines for Newport News and in?
terim diate towns.
6:00, C:30i 7:i? L'l d'yex Sun
I I IMd d-y cxSun
1:~0'. S.OO; S:3ti Local daily,
9:0J| ?::>0>10:00j Local
10:"0 11 iiWit i.ecal
P M P M P M
l?:O0 V2:J.i, 1 XV Local
12:S4M I I Express " |
11:00 1:25] 2:00 old P't "i e:0'
?1:30 I Express " |
!?: u i 2:2.">] 3:fr < lid P't
?2 :o! I (Express
!3:0t>i 3:25! ttOOjOld P't
?3 301 I I Express
H.'iOi 4:2.' 6.-O0 ? Hd P't
?1.30 i Express
!.". co| 5:2:,; c-.co on pt
?.'...o I Express
111 Ouj-[Old P't
17 00 7:25] S:0" Old l"i " i
'7 . o I [Expri ss " i
!S I 'i 8:251 0:00 ' >iu P't "i
?S 30 I I Ex press " |
10:00 0:25-0< ean V. " I-'-]
?9:30 I Express " | I (
!10:00 10:231-OccoipV. " |-1
V M \M A M
I ?:"5 7:IS
7:50 8:261 8:50
I 9:20l 9 10:2j
?10:50 11:25 11:60
|P M P M P M
f 3 :20' 4 :00
J 4:201 5:00
j 5:20; 6:00
I 6:201 7:00
* < ' can View only.
: i. t Section Old Point Express. 2nd Sec?
tion < '???.in V!< W Loral.
j Leaves at 10:45 on Sunday.
Local freight leaves Norfolk 7:00 a. m..
II :> in. nr.d ., p. in.
Freight received until fifteen minutes
before leaving time.
Fare for the round trip to Ocean View,
Faro for th" round trip to Old Point
from any part Of Norfolk. (0.>. Old Point
ti. acts on sale by all street car conduc?
f/> OR RICHMOND, PETERSBURG,
X1 CLAREMONT, OLD POINT,
NEWPORT NEWS AND JAMES RIVER
LANDINGS DIRECT BY
Virginia Navigation Company's Elegant
Sah m in Steam r POCAIIONTAS leaves
Clvdo whnrf. Norfolk, every TUESDAY,
THURSDAY nd SATURDAY at 7 a. m.,
touching at Portsmouth Newport News
and old point going and returning, ar?
riving ut Richmond about t> p. m., con?
necting with all evening trains.
Kate to Richmond, SI 50,
To Rlchmor I and ri turn, 32.."A
To Richmond, second-class, 31.00.
Tickotl much cheaper than any other
route to Richmond, Petersburg, Waverly
Micksford nnd stations on Atlantic and
Danville railroad and all points via Rich?
Tickets for sale at ticket agencies of
Walke .'i Son. II. Brandt, and on board
Freight received dally (Sunday except?
ed) for all at ive named points.
JAMES W. M'CARRICK,
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
COMMENCING MONDAY. AUG. I, IJ3S
Lv ror'.flrr.o-Jth. High ?treot.!S:25 p m
Lv. Norfolk, Main strec-t.18:00 p in
Lv. Old Point, Hygala I'ler.?.oo p in
Ar. Baltimore. Union Dork. 7:0u a m
I i\ It lt. I R. U O.
.I 7:45 a mil 7:55 a m
.|*10:lS a ir.;M0:'.o e m
.1*12:43 p m. !12:3j n'n
1 P. R. R. I R. ft 6.
.1 :i:!0 p ml 1:00 p in
.j :4:4t p ml |3:01 ;> :n
.1 17.(0 p mi 15:13 p m
NO21'i 111.' ?UND
Lv. Raltimorn ..
Ar. Now Volk ??
Lv r'crr York ...
L.-. l'hl'.adidphli .
Ai. Reit. Canton
l.v. 1 :..i lira ore, Iv'?;lit 3trcet .<l:20 p m
Lv. Baltimore. Ctnton . ~:'.o ;> :a
Ev. Old Point . C:li a in
Ar. Portsmouth .S;10 a in
' !?Datiy except Sunday. ??Dally.
Ticket* sold to all pc.nts North, r.vst
cn.i Wcr.t and baggaga checked to tics;:
cai'.en. tj'.u:<TOi.nis leservrd upon a;,;.::
<*non in visi"1 at the company's office.
v,o '? Weat Main ?ttect or ca t>oa.-j
Ftelght will not tip ror-?iv-a after I p.
m. to r.o forward that dny.
V"or further Information apply t.T
' 3. V7 BROWN. Jr.
Eouthcrr. P*;s-;6cr Agtat,
_ _TRAVELERS" 6?IDE.
FOR NEW YORK.?Pas-1
cengi r ships arc appointed i
to dally (except Sunday)
a i '.::?} p. m.
FROM N!1W YORK.?On
Monday, Tuesday, Wednes?
day, Thursday and Friday
at 3;C-j p. in ,' Saturdays at i
1:00 p. m.
PASS BXO ER AO lOM MODATION9
Furo. Including meals and stateroom
bi rth .I n.oo
Rouna trip (limited to 30 days . m.oo
For tickets and r servation of state?
rooms at.ply st tlcki t cilice. 189 Main
street, or .it general olllcc, at wharf.
Ships leave Old Point lor Norfolk Sim?
ilar .iliout 10 a. ni.
TIME SCHEDULE ok STEAMERS
Hampton Reads, Mobjai k, Luruy, Aeco
mac ami Virginia Rare, sailing daily (ex?
cept Sunday) from Company's whaif, Nor?
FOR Ol.O point At 6:30 and 11:15 a.
m. 3:45 and '?':!" p. m.: Portsmouth, ?::jr?
ami 10:05 a. m., and 1:05 p. m.: Bay Line
wharf, Norfolk, at 7:00 ami 11:30 a. in. and
4:uo p. m.
FOR HAMPTON- at 11:15 a. m. ami 3:l?
iiiul 7:10 p. in.! Portsmouth, 10 05 a. in.
and 3:0."? p. tu ; Bay Line, at 11:30 a. m.
and 4:00 p. in.
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FIELD?At 2:10 p. in ; Portsmouth, 2:45 p.
in.: Pay I .Inc. :; :< 0 p. in.
FOR WARE am? EAST RIVERS?At
8:30 u. in.: Portsmouth, 8:45 a. in.; Bay
Line, 7:00 a. in.
FOR NORTH RIVER ? On Monday.
Wednesday and Friday a: 6:30 a. m.:
Portsmouth, 6:15 a. m.; Bay Line. 7:C0
FOR SEVERN RIVER -On Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at 6:30 a. in;
Portsmouth, ii:li a. hi.; Bay Line, 7:00
FOR BACK. PQQUOSIN and York
RIVER LANDINGS VND CRAB NECK
?mi Monday, Wednesday and Friday at
6:15 a. in.; Portsmouth. 6:30 a. m,; Bay
Line, 6:45 a. in. Returning following day.
FOR NANSEMOND RIVER AND SUF?
FOLK?At 3:08 p. in.: Portsmouth, :: 10 p.
m. Connect inr at SutRilk with Suffolk
and Carolina rallro id.
Freight !>>f Ware. East, North. Severn,
Back, Poquosln, Yoik ami Nansemond
River Landing* must he prepaid.
All schedules subject to change with?
Freight for Washington and Ncwbcrrie,
X. t\, received at and delivered fioiu
Norfolk and Southern ratlrond depot
Freight received dally (except Sunday)
until 5:00 p. ni.
M. IV CROWE LL,
puftni r.A Philadelphia
ROUTE \ Railroad.
QUICK TIME-LOW RATE?.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAT.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MOIIDAT.
APRIL -~3. 1838.
145 a. m. dally, except Sunday-fPorts
mo.ith. High hlreet. 1 :21 a. ml
Arrive at Philadelphia 6.? p.
m.; Now York at t> jS p. IU.
6 00 p. m. (Sally; Portsmouth. High street,
b.JO. Arrlvo at Philadelphia.
6:10 a. tu.; New York. 7:4] a. in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
b OO a m. dally; Portsmouth, High street
9:10. leaving New York at t.oi
yi m.: Philadelphia 11:10 p. in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
7-50 p. m. dally, except Sunday (Ports
month. HIrrli street. S:00 p. m.)
having New York at S:00 a. in.;
Philadelphia. 10:10 a. m.
Close connection mado with all rail and
Sound lines to and from Roston.
Pullman Sleeping Cars on nlftht trains
between Jersey City. Philadelphia and
Pullman RiifTot Parl'r Cars on fley trains
between Philadelphia and Cape Charles.
Through tickets sold and baggage
checked at Walkc's Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, at Passenger Station at tho
Wharf and on Steamer.
R. P. COOKR.
Ofneral Passenger and Freight Agent.
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
For Boston?Mondays, Wednesdays ana
Fridays at 6:00 p. in.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur?
day nt I 00 |>. in
FARES TO ROSTON AND PROVI
First-Class, Including meals and
stateroom berth .in oo
Steerage Including meals and bunk...89.00
Perishable freignt sent via Providenoo
forwarded by early train to inston and
at the. same rate aa by direct steamers to
For further Information apply to
R, H WRIGHT, Agent. Norfolk. Va.
A D BTEBRINS, Ass't Traflie M gr.
W. P. TURNER, Gen. Pass. Agent.
J. C. WHITNEY, Traflie Manager,
General Offices Balttmoro, Md.
Atlanta, New Oilcan*. >Vii;iul?, Mucon,
Chattanooga. M?8li*ille, Memphis, Florida,
Hi.ouvs, Culii.n m-< and Hie e-ntlr? Snntlt. t
In FfTert Dee. 11, 1SD9.I No. 4L I No tOt
Lv, Norfolk .77.1 *9l?8 a ml p m
" Portsmouth 8.A.L) 8:10 a ml 8:48 p m
Ar. Suffolk ... " i 8:50 a mj 9 16 p m
?' t.ew!?don .. .N.c.l l-OS p mj.
?? \Vel<*on .. .S.A.L.i ll:W a ml 11:10 p ni
?? Henderson .. " I 1 tftO p ml !S:58 a m
?? Raleigh ... " I J"4 p m| 2:ht a m
?? Southern rin?s " ( 6:SS p ml 4:23 a t
?? Wilmington .. " 1. 11:05 p m
" Charlotte .. " ("10:25 p m! 7 '0 i ni
" Columbia r N.M. "Iia in' 4:18 pm
" Augusta .C.ftW C|1I0:50 a m] M:55 p m
" Athens .. ..S A L! ?3:45 a ml 1:15 '> m
" Atlanta (Ce-Ttnie)] 5:20 a ml 2:50 pm
?? Mncon .. c.of Ga.l 11:10 a m; 7::> p in
" ,i.-,rl:sonvllle Plantl 7:" p tn f:C. a m
" Tnmpi .. ..Plant r OO n. rr.l 8:45 :>
" Montgom'y W.ofA I0:?i a m| 9:20 t> m
" Mobito .. ..L.&N.I 3 "0 p in 8:05 .? r.i
" New Orleans . " 8:10 p mi 7 m a m
" Chat'nnoga WftAI 1:00 ;> ml 1:13 a m
" Nashvill? NC&RtlJ 6:55 p ml 7M0 A m
" Memphis KCM&BI 7:10 p nil 4:?) a m
? fatlv. !Dally, er. Sunday.
Connections nt New Orleans wp.h South,
ein PaeirV nnd Texas & Pacific railways
for r-ll points In Texas, Mexico and Call?
?No. *403? Arrive Portsmouth, dally j.-jj
a"No. zs?Arrive Portsmouth dally s.;o
P- J. W. BROWN. Jr.
Fass'r Ar.i- l?'j Main st Norfolk, Va
Trav. Pass'r Agt., Portsmouth, Va,
H ST. JOHN, Vice President and Goncrui
v E XlcBEE, Oeneral Superintendent,
H. W. !'? GLOVER, 1. s. ALLEN,
Tiafrtc Manager. G-n"! Pass'r Ajt.,
GINIA SPRINGS and MOUNTAIN RE
SORTS. CINCINNATI, LOU 13 VI LUE.
CHICAGO. BT. LOUIS. &c.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 22. 1SD9.
westu?'?nd. ii & 5 i i i i~~
Lv. Portsmouth .I 6:30 a
Lv. Norfolk . 7:00 a
L\. Newport News.... 8:oOa
Ar. It.clinioiij . 10.u) q
3 ;oo p
Lv. R'd (R.F.&P.L....1*13:00 n| I T:10 p
Ar.Wash't'ii tltF&I'Ll 3:20 p| jUaOp
Lv. R'd (Main Line).; 1*10:20 ai 3:19pllO:30 p
Ar. Charlottesvllle 1:45 pi 5:44 pi 2:43a
Ar. Stajunton .I 3.3* pi 7:08 p: 4:2: a,
Ar. Clifton Kols''.1 6:45 p h:bl l>, 8:23 a
Ar Va. Hot Springs... 9:50 p;
Ar. White Sulphur_ 6:28 p 9:23 P| 7:08 a
Ar. Houceverte . 6:i0p 9 :r.O p 7:25 a
Ar. Cincinnati . 7:55 a] 6:15 p
Ar. Louisville . ILWa S:00p
Ar. Chlcauo . 5:30 p, 7:15 a
Ar. St. Louis . 6:56 p| 7:30 a
? Dally except Sunday. Other time dally.
No?. 1 & 6?Du.ly Norfolk to Richmond;
except Sunday west of Richmond. I'arlor
far. except Sunday, from Old Point to
Ronccvcrte, without change. Connects at
Richmond with James River Dlvtslou
train for Lynchburg, Lexington and Chi?
ton Forge. Connects at QordonavHls lor
Ca 1 verton and Manaaios.
No I?DAILY,With Pullmans, Richmond
to Cineinn.nl. Lou SVlll? und St. l.ouis.
Nu. 3?DAILY Pullmans, Old Point to
lllnlon, Cincinnati and Louisville.
Mi al* served In Dining Cais on N03.
1 and 3 west of GordonsVlllo.
C. & O. STEAMER LOUISE leaves Nor?
folk for Newport News at 7 a. m., 'J:2o a.
m, nnd 3:30 p. m. Leaves Newport News
for Norfolk ?:l? a. m.. 11:13 a. m. and 6:05
p. m. Arrives Norfolk 9:15 a m., 12:1j
noon and 7:o? p. in.
For further information apply to
J R W1LLOOX. Ticket Agent, Of
F. W. CURD, Dassengcr Agent.
C. aed O Ticket Office, Atlantic Hotel,
JOHN D. POTTS.
Asst. General Pasiengcr Agent.
<*?rrolH >t ^J-oMnn Hall ror.H.,
._.IN EFFECT JUNE 4th 1S53. '
2:20 p n.
2:43 p id
3:17 p 111
4:15 p in
5:35 p in
GaXJ p in
C:35 p m
Stations, I No. 4?. IlciV?x.
._I Dally. i Sundajr.
L?. Norfolk .I 9:oS~aTm
L<">'. t ot ts June.j s:ii a 111
Ar. Suffolk. Va.10:00 a ai
Ar. Tunis N. C.|lu:00 a in
Ar. licbsoail. N. C.|12:00 ui
Ar. Taiuoro. N. C_113:31 p in
Ar. Rocky Mount. N.C.|12.j0 p ta,
Ar. Wllllaniaton. N. C 1. 1 C 33 p m
Ar. Plymouth, N. C.. 7:44 pm
Ar. Washington, N. C...1.1 7:30 pm
Ai. Kliiiton. N. C.i.| 7.56 p na
Ar. Wilson. N. C.I 2:15 p ml 7:10 p m
Ar. (klsboro. N. C_| 3:31 p ml 7:i0 p m
Ar. Wilmington, N. C| 0.50 p in, a:to a m
Ar. F.iyetw-vllle, N. C...j 4 :u> p in, LOS a m
Ar. Florence, o. C. 7:'.'i ;> in| 3:15 a in
Ar. Charieslon, S. C.[1?.59 p inj 6.IS a m
Ar. Coltimu'.i "A. C.I10.-0 j> in|U:v0 a in
Ar. Augusta. Ga .I 7 :si a tn| 7 :li a m
Ar. Atlanta. Ga? .12:3? p w,l2:3? p in
Ar. Macon. Oa..Ill :15 a m'll:18 a ra
Ar. Savannah, Ga.I 3.00 a ml 0*0 a m
Ar. Jacksonville, Fia....| 8U5 a m| 1:30 i> m
No. ?? Oalty connects Tftlfc A.U.U. trala
33 for a>! mints South.
No. 103,dally,??icopt Sunday, makes close
uonnecllon nt HeYigood for Washlngtccv
N. C. Klnstnn, N. C. and I'lymoulh. V
C. and all Eutern Carolina potnta; alw
at Rocky Mou.-.' trim A. C. L. tratu 'S ??
all points bouth.
No. 103. dally, except Sunday, makes
close vnncKUoii at AtiotkJ* lor Windsor,
N. C , ana stations on W. ?& P. R. R.
Trains arrive at Norfolk at i.ai |, in.
daily, ulso at 10:35 a. in., daily, except
No. 49 runs through without claaco
Norfolk to Wilmington.
liaggago checked ut Company's Norfolk)
whaif. and ;.:.??> at office of passoroj"*
and Ticket Silent 171 Ualu BUoet Mona?
ells Atlantla Hotel).
For tickets to all points South, aleiphrg
car reser\allon* and general informal! ,0
cavil ca or address,
J. A- NEUQEnAUE-H,
passenger and Tluket agttit,
JAMES F. MAUrl.1.
Oeneial Eorvrurdlng AKiut,
II. M. EMERSON, Gan. Pass Agaufc,
O. M. BI3RPBLI*. Gtn. Mancgor.
T. M EMERSON. Trafllu Manager.
& SDMIlur.) R.1 Co.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 19th, 1893.
MAIL AN DEXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK DAILY (except Sunduy) 10 a.m. ior
Elisabeth City. Edeutoh, Mackey's Ferry,
R?per, Pautego, Uellhaven, Etc. Con
nects at Edcnton with N. & s. r. R.
*:> timer as fellows: Daily (except Sun?
day) tor Plymouth, Jamesvllle, William
stun and W ndsor. TUESDAY, TH?RS
D.M. and SATURDAY foi all landings on
Chownn river, and Monday and Fri?
day for Souppernong river. Connects at
Uellhaven with old Dominion steamers
for Makleyvtlle, South Creek, Aurora,
Washington and Intermediate landings.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK at 4:10 p in TUESDAY, THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Elisabeth City,
Edcnton and way stilt e.tis. Connect ut
Elizabeth city with tho steamer Nouse
for Roanoke l-'a:, 1. Ocracoko, Oriental.
Newberne, Moreliead City, Klnston and
Goldsboro. via A. a- N. R. R.. and for
Jacksonville, Wilmington, N. C.; und lor
stations on the w. w. R. R.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (except
Sunday) at 4:25 :>. m., and morning tram
ut II a. m. TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY, conm :tlng with all rail und
steam I nos at Norfolk for the North,
Last and West. PafSi ng< r station at foot
of East Main Street, Norfolk and West?
ern depot. Freight fetation on Water
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH
FAST FREIGHT LINE AND OLD DO
MI NION LINE between all points North
and Best via Norfolk and Norfolk and
S >: :n Railroad and Eastern North
Carolina, , . ? ? ?' , .
Freight received dally at o p. m. aad
forwsrdetl promptly at tow rale.
For further information apply to tho
General Ofllce of the N. oc S. R. R. Co.,
Nori Ik, Va.
It. C. HUDGINS,
General Freight an'. Passenger Agent,
M. K. KING. General Manager.
CLYDE'S REOUIjAR LINE steam
SHIPS FOR PHILADELPHIA
ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM NOR?
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA.
Until further notice s'.entnurb are ap?
pointed to Sail fror? Norfolk every MON
pAl V? I2DNESDAY and SATURDAY at
i o'clock p. ni.. and from Philadelphia
every TUESDAY, THURSDAY' und SAT
. ?: ugh bills of lading to all points
South and SOUthWOSI via Seaboard Air
I (no Atlantic Cinst Line. Virginia ami
Tennessee Ale Line, Southern Railway.
Mar folk md Carolina und Norfulk ana
JAMES w. McCARRICK,
General Southern Ag> lit, Norfolk. Va.
WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO.,
'". ueral Agents, Philadelphia.
IRWINS EXPRESS CO
2l8Waler St., Phona 6,Eilh8r Phoni
We haul anything to and from any
ndiera in the tlir.'o cities.
ictal facilities for hauling Saras.
B >..? : I, Furniture .ind Pianos
1.01* a..-.a ui-.j fining wantcdL