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the news from the old north state and 1W^PITal7
Federal Prisoners Released by
Judge of United States Court.
QUESTION OF ISSUE
?Yltdffe Pnruoll Hulda Hint Act of ISO ,
Increanltis Coiiimutnttou tor Good
Bctinvlor Is Itotronctlvo?Oolng to
Enropo ? The Tttrlvlitc Town of
Concord?A Merlons Oliiirno-Jndgo
Dongln?' Jl. uli" ImproTliiif
Raleigh, N. C, October 9.?J. H. Ross
and Bud Farris. two Federal prisoners
from Gaston county, who were senten?
ced to the pnlson from Mccklenurg
county for sentences of eighteen
months each, were released from the
penitentiary here yesterday upon order
Df Judgo Purnell.
The. case of these two convicts Is sim?
ilar to that of Bensfield, whom Judge
Purnell released last week. The ques?
tion at Issue was whether or not the
act of the General Assembly of 1S90,
increasing the commutation of convicts
for good behavior, was retroactive. The
prison ofTlcials contended otherwise.
According to their ruling, both convicts
would have had forty-two days sen?
tence yet to serve.
PROUD OF DR. BROUGHTON.
Rev. L. G. Broughton, of Atlanta,
announced Sunday night that he and
Dr. Campbell Morgan had agreed to
exchange pulpits next summer, and
Dr. Broughton will nil Dr. Morgan's
pulpit for a month, and the London
preached will remain in Atlanta almost
a month, the remainder of his trip in
America to be occupied with engage?
ments already announced, and In two
Raleigh rejoices In the growing fame
of Dr. Broughton. lie is a naitive of
Wake, who does Jils native county
A THRIVING TOWN.
A special from Concord to the News
srtr.d Observer says: Concord heeds two
thousand more population in order to
furnish sufficient help to run the new
enterprises which have already been
built and those which now are in course
No 'town in this Sitate has made any?
thing like the progress which Concord
Jias made In the last year, two very
large new mills ha.ve been erected, and
are now about ready for labor, while
hundreds of dwellings have been built.
There la not a vacant house in the
place, while the carpenters arc all em?
ployed building new houses.
A SERIOUS CHARGE.
A. C. Ollnc. of Yadkin co-'tity, was
arrested at Winston Saturday afternoon
on the charge of making an assault on j
Miss Mary Kinley, aged 14 years, near
YadklnviMe. Cllne denies there was any
resistance on the part of the girl. He
offered to give the officer eight dollars,
all the money ho had, to release him.
Defendant was carried to Yadkin to?
day for trial.
JUDGE DOUGLAS IMPROVING.
Judge Douglas will return from Phil?
adelphia In a Tew days. His health is
very much better. The carbuncle on his
neck has gone, though he is still run
down, says the Greensboro Record. Dr.
DeCastro told him that he had no or?
ganic trouble and that he was merely
the victim of overwork. It was advised
tlrat he should rest for some time long?
er, but Judge Douglas is intensely in?
terested In his Supreme Court work and
has announced that he will 'leave for
Raleigh a short time after he arrives
PERSONAL NOTES?A BENEFIT
Elizabeth City, N. C, Oct. 9.?The fire
alarm sounded yesterday afternoon at
4:30 o'clock. The scene of the fire was
the riant of the Bladen Lumber Com?
pany's mill- The fire company respond?
ed, but their services were not needed.
There was no damage.
Miss Machte Boll, of Hnrlow, is in the
city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mrs. S. L. Dosier, of Hatteran, is
spending the week in the city visiting
The United States revenue cutter
Boutwell. which has been In port for
several days, left Sunday for New Bern.
This morning, in the Police Court.
Sam Respass, colored, was lined $5 and
costs foT being drunk.
Mr. Philip Cahoon, formerly of this
place, but now of Everett, is In the city
Visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. Robert Hendren, formerly of
Berkley,- Va.. who has been in our city
for about six months as manager of
the John L. Roper Lumber Company,
left yesterday for his home. Mr. Hen?
dren has made numerous friends since
in our city who will regret to learn of
Mr- H. F. r.vown, of our city, has
?Tone to Richmond, Va, with Mr. C. W.
Grlce. where he will nut in lights for
the Virginia New Light Company.
Miss Nellie Bryan Is spending a few
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Ba'tts in Nor?
A BENEFIT PERFORMANCE.
To-night occurs the presentation of
Bertram and Willard's military play.
"Captain Dick," at the Academy of
Music for the benefit of the Ladles'
Guild of Christ Episcopal Church and
the Naval Reserves. The Reserves
headed by the Albemarle Fire Com?
pany's band, 'will parade through the
principal thoroughfares this afternoon
at G o'clock. The flag won at the New
Bern Fair will be carried. Both the
band and the Reserves will appear In
the play to-night, in which, added to
the same cast and features of last sea?
son, will be heard Miss Goldie Kramer's
singing of tho New Tork World's popu?
lar series song. "In the Shadow of the
. Carolina Mills." and Mr. Will Hollowell,
a former resident, now a valued mem?
ber, of tho theatrical profession, who
will appear In the. line of specialties
which hav? made him famous. Misses
flfeltta. l*e?fek, Byrlft Kramer ahd Pat
Jti* SonderHn yfill furnish, excellent
music between the acts. Prospects are
that a very large audience will be In
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.')
Hertford, N. C, Oct. 9.?Yesterday
afternoon at 12:15 o'clock "the angel of
death" passed over the town and
snatched Its victim In Us clammy em?
brace and loft the town In deep mourn?
ing. The death of Mr. McMullen was a
blow to the town, from which it will
not recover as long as memory exists.
The funeral services wore performed in
tho M. E. Church this afternoon at 3
o'clock. From the church the sad pro?
cession wended its way to Cedarwood
Cemetery, where the remains were In?
terred in the fumlly burying plot.
Mr. McMullen was- born In Green
county, Va., in tho year of 1843. He
moved to this town in December, 1SG0,
and went Into business with Mr. Zac.
Toms in January, lSCtJ, a?ld continued
in tho manufacture of buggies until his
recent Illness, which would not permit
of further service during the time.
The llrm of Toms & McMullen enjoyed
an envied reputation, and he will be
missed In the firm.
Mr. McMullen was ever for tho right
and ever opposed to the wrong. He
was a member of tho Methodist Church
and an enthusiastic church worker,
and did much work In the Lord's cause.
He was a liberty-loving man, and his
idea of politics was not disputed. To
the downfallcn he always lent a help?
ing hand; to the poor lie was ever
charitable. He was the model of a
gentleman in church, in home, in bus?
iness; and, in every walk of life, ho was
the same?honest, upright and ever
In tho spring of '07 the health of Mr.
McMullen became broken, and death's
ghastly representative, consumption,
threatened him. From that time his
hcallh began to fail, and he grew weak?
er and weaker until, at la6t, a change
of climate was prescribed. Ho wont to
the mountains of Virginia and spent a
few weeks during the months of Au?
gust and September. Returning homo
a few weeks ago, he took to his bod,
whore he lias been nursed by tender
hail da until death relieved him of his
sufferings and left a wife without a
husband, sons and daughters without
Mr. McMullen leaves a host of rola
tives and countless friends to mourn
Weep riot, loved ones: ho is not dead,
but has crossed the dark river to meet
his heavenly reward, whore the cares
and sorrows of earth are not known.
Our sympathies arc with you, loved
ones, and the Virginian-Pilot extends
its heartfelt sympathies. Wo have all
got to die, and none was bolter pre?
pared than ho.
NOTES FROM BANKS OF CARO?
LINAS" BEAUTIFUL RAY.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Edenton, N. C, October 0.?Mr. M. IT.
Dixon and family have returned from
their summer's outing.
Major John C. Bond has been In Now
York City for a week attending the
Mr. John Northeott has returned
from a ten days' trip in the mountains
of this Slate.
After spending several weeks with
friends in Norfolk Miss Edna Brown
has returned home.
Sheriff Elliott will leave to-day for
Raleigh bo take Taylor Hunter, color?
ed, who was sentenced there by Judge
Starbuck for throe, years for perjury.
Mr. W. H. Ward, of Hertford, was
in our town for a short time yester?
The Board of Education 1s In session
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Rca returned Sat?
urday from a week's visit to relatives
In Washington city.
Father George, of New Bern, con?
ducted services at St. Ann's Catholic
Owing to the absence of the pastor,
Rev. George M. Co wen, who has been
assisting in a mooting at Aulander,
there was no service at the Baptlcc
Tho Children's Day services at the
M. E. Church last evening were attend
ed and much enjoyed by a large congre?
gation. The program rendered was in?
teresting and instructive.
There will be a Sunday school picnic
a't Yeopim Church Wednesday.
Messrs. Small & Bond have received
a full Una of groceries, etc., and have
opened their doors to the public.
After an absence of several days
Home is made by the family. With?
out the love which comes with children
there may be a house but never a home,
in the best meaning of the word. Many
a house which was only four walls aud n
roof has been made a home by the
agency of Dr. Picrce's Favorite Prescrip?
tion. Nature sets her face against child?
lessness and "Favorite Prescription"
works with nature to remove the ob?
stacles to maternity.
"I had been a sufferer from uterine trouble for
about three years, having two miscarriages in
that time nnd the doctor* that I consulted said
1 would have to go through an operation before
I could give birth to children," writes Mrs.
manche E. Evans, of Parsons, Luzerne Co., Pa..
Box 41. "When about to give up in despair. I
bought a bottle of Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescrip?
tion and after taking it felt better than I had for
years. Pelt improved before I had taken one
half bottle. After taking four and a balf bottles
I gave birth to a bright baby girl who is now
- four months old and hao not had a day of sick?
ness. She is as bright as can be. I cannot say
too much in praise of Dr. Pierre's Favorite
.:->Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser a work
ior every woman is sent free on receipt
of stamps to pay cost of mailing only.
Send a i one-cent stamps for paper cov?
ered book or 31 stamps for cloth covered
to Dr. K, V.'P?ree, Buffalo, N. Y.
Messrs. McKay & Mltchuer, two of our
popular drug- clerks,. have returned
Court Is in session this week at Gates
county. Judge Starbuck and members
of the bar left Sunday for that place.
Dr. J. jr. McMullen Is In Hertford at?
tending the funeral services of his
brother, Mr. L. McMullen, who died
Mr. James D. Bnteman returned Sat?
urday from a two months' stay at Bal?
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.)
A Cnro for in.I nml M.in Diseases,
ICcZPIIIn, I'l in |>lrM, StoTula,
UliMid Poison, I'nucer. -
If you have tried sarsaparilla, patent
medicines, and doctored, and still have
old, perlstent sores, pimples distressing
eruptions of tho skin, painful sores on
hands, arms or legs, itching sensation,
Irritating skin troubles, eczema, scrofula,
ulcers, contagious blood poison, fever
sores, bolls rheumatism, catarrh, face
covered with lltilo sores, cancer or any
blood taint, then kIvo B. D. B. a trial,
because 13. B. B.?Botanic Blood Balm?Is
mado for just such cases, and it cures to
stay cured, those stubborn blood diseases
that other milder medicines fall even to
lieneflt. All above named troubles are
evidonco of bud. diseased blood in tho
body, and B. B. B. cures because It forces
all tho poison or Impurity or blood
humors out of the body, bones and entire
system. To remove all doubt of Its power
to cure we will send to any sufferer a
sample hottle of B. B. B. absolutely free.
B. B. B. lo an old, well-tried remedy,
hence wo know that It cures to stay
cured for the people cured by B. B. B.
15 or 20 years ago arc well to-day and free
from all blood impurities.
4'miccr, lllooilliiir, Kntlng Sores.
Chronic Ulcers, Swollen Glands, thnt re?
fuse to heal under ordinary treatment,
arc nil cured by B. B. B., the most pow?
erful blood purifier made. All druggists
sell B. B. B. at $1 per large bottle, or 6
largo bottles (full treatment) J5. For trial
bottlo address Blood Balm Co., SI Mitchell
street, Atlanta, On. Describe your symp?
toms and iree personal medical advice
will be given.
do m ctow
OR. FELIX LE BRUN'8
Steel ? Pennyroyal Treatment
io tho original and only FRENCH,
eafo and rolinblo cnro on tho runr
kot. Prien. $1.00; Bout by mail
(ienuiuo sold only by
Wallte, Martin & Gray, sole agents,
corner Water street and Roanoke ave?
nue, Norfolk. Va.
SCIIEDULT3 IN EFFECT JUNE 25. 1S89.
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY,
":40 a. m.?For Richmond, Washington,
Lynchburg and tbe West.
4:33 p. m.?Vcsllbuled Limited for Rich?
mond and Washington. Stop,
only at Suffolk. Waverly and
7.25 p. m. ? For Petersburg, Lyncbburg,
tho West and Southwest.
Trains arrive at Norfolk daily 9:&0n. m.,
11:25 a. in. and 10.10 p. m.
Tickets and all Information at staUoa
And 10 Granby street.
W. B. BEVILL,
General Passenger Agent.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINTS
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1. 1S99.
Lv. Norfolk. 9.30 a m ?7.40 p m
Ar. Suffolk .1U.40 a m S.?t? p m
Ar. Franklin .11.21 a m 9.53 p m
?w- JgflteM aiic. n hi?iUM a in
Ar. Buffalo Junction 3.20 p m 3.24 a m
Ar. Danvlilo .f-,35 p in 5.52 a m
Lv. Norfolk . 9.00 a m S.35 p m
Ar. Hulcigh. 3.50 p m 2.09 a ril
Ar. Durham . 4.43 p m 3.10 a m
Ar. Greensboro . ?.35 p m 5.15 a m
Lv. Danville . C.02 p m
Lv. Greensboro . 7.24 p m 6.31 a m
Ar Salisbury . 8.?9 p m C.41 a m
Ar. Ohar 1 ol VC .10.00 p m 7.55 a m
Lv. Salisbury . S.60 p m 9.05 a m
Ar. Ashevlllo .11.10 a m 2.25 p m
Ar Hol Springs . LH a m 3.67 p m
Ar. Knoxvlllc . 4.15 a m 7.20 p m
Ar Chattanooga. 7.40 a m 11.35 p m
Ar! Nashville . ?55 p m 6.40 a m
Lv. Chattanooga . 8.00 a m
Ar. lucnphls . 7.10 p m
Lv. Charlotte.30.15 p m 9.35 a m
Ar.' Atlanta . 5.10 a ni 3.55 p m
Ar. Montgomery.10.31 a m 9.20 p m
Ar Mobile . 4.12 p in 3.05 a m
Ar. New Orleans . S.30 p m 7.40 a m
Lv Atlanta . 6.30 a m 4.15 p m
Ar. Birmingham .11.20 a m 10.10 p m
Ar. Memphis . 9.30 p m 7.45 a m
Lv. Charlotto .10.20 p m 8.16 a m
Ar. Columbia . 1.37 a m 11.25 a m
Ar. Augusta . 8.00 a m 2.45 p m
Ar. Savannah . 5.00 a m 2.07 p m
Ar. Jacksonville . 9.00 a in 7.40 p m
Ar. Tampa . 6.30 p m 6.30 a m
? Dally except Sunday.
I'tlllnnin I'ulnco Sleeping1 Car*.
For all information apply at
Cttjr Tlcltet uIiico. nnin nmi Oruuby
Mrri'K, 'I'llOHPS IIS.
Raggage called for and checked from
hotels and residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company on orders left at ticket of?
FRANK S. GANNON.
3d V. President and Gon'l Mgr.
J. M. CULP. W. A. TURK.
Traffic Mgr. Gen'l Pr.ss AgL
Washington, D. C.
W. II. DOLL. Pass. Agt.. Norfolk. Va.
J71 OR RICHMOND. PETERSBURG.
} CLAREMONT. OLD POINT,
NEWPORT NEWS AND JAMES RIVER
LANDINGS DIRECT BY
Virginia Navigation Company's Elegant
Sal-o'n Steamer POCAH?NTAS leaves
Clvdo wharf, Norfolk, every TUESDAY,
THURSDAY mid SATURDAY at 7 a. m.,
touching at Portsmouth. Newport News
and Old Point going and returning, ar?
riving at lechmend about 5 p. in., con?
necting with all evening trains.
Fare lo Richmond, Jl-50.
To Richmond and return. $2.60.
To Richmond, second-class, (1.00.
Tickets- much cheaper than any other
route to Richmond, Petersburg, Waverly
Hlcksfbrd and stations-oh ? Atlantic and
Danville railroad and all polnu via Rich?
Tickets for snle. at ticket' agencies of
Walke-&. Son, H. Brandt, and on board
?Freight received dally (Sunday except?
ed) for all above named points. '
JAMES W. M'CARRICK.
[ -? nr.-v .... Agent.
et ween norfolk and
tWST VIRGINIA BE?CE teu
.With steamers forming the
"EAST VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA
(formerly PetUfs North Carolina Lino
and Bennett's North Carolina Line.)
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SEPT. 25, 1S99.
MAIN LINE?TO VIRGINIA REACH
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
7.00 a. m.. Mixed.
11:30 a, ni., local express.
8:00 p. m.. Fast Express; stops only at
Ocoana, Lynnhaven and Kctnps
6.10 p. m., Fast Express; makes no
stops west of Thalia.
10:00 a. m., locat express.
3:00 p. tn., fast express; stops only at
Oceana, Lynnhavcu and lieraps
6.10 p. jr..., Fast Express; makes no
stop west of Thalia.
LEAVE VIRGINIA BEACH.
Dally except Sunday.
8:20 a. m., fast express; makes no stops
west of Thalia.
1:S0 p. m.. Mixed.
?4:20 p. in., fust express.
6.3? p. m.. Local Express.
2:00 p. m., local express.
?4:20 p. m., fast express.
6.30 p. m Local Express.
? Stops only at Oceana, Lynnhaven and
Through express trains make the trip In
Fast express In 30 minutes.
Local express In S5 minutes.
LEAVE NORFOLK. VA.
Dally except Sunday?10:00 a. m., mixed;
6:00 p. m., iocal express.
LEAVE MUNDEN POINT. VA.
Dally except Sunday?7:30 a. m., mixed;
2:00 p. m., local express.
All steamers other than Currltuck
Sound stcamors arrive and depart from
pier No. 1 (adjoining C.ydo Line) Water
street Norfolk, Va.
Trains stop only on signal at interme?
diate stations to take on or put off pas?
W. P. ASHBUItN.
Gen. Frt and Pass. A et.
?' B. P. HOLLAND.
ORFOLK & OCEAN VIEW. RAIL?
QUICK AND FREQUENT SERVICE
NORFOLK, OCEAN VIEW. OLD POINT
HAMPTON AND NEWPORT NEWS.
Take tho Ocean View Route for Old
Point, connecting with tho C. & O. and
Trolley Lines for Newport News and ln
A M|A.V|A M
IA M j AM
? 1st Section Old Point Express, 2nd Sec?
tion Ocean View Local.
I .m-al frolRht leaves Norfolk 11:00 a. m.'
Freight received until fifteen minutes
beforo leaving time.
Fare for tho round trip to- Ocean View,
Faro for tho /round trip to Old Point
from any part oi.Nor folk, 60c. Old Point
tickets on sale by all street car conduc?
T.oenl trains leave Ocean View for Nor?
folk at 12:30, 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, 4:30, 5:30 and
0:30 p. at,
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
COMMHJNCINQ MONDAY, ATj'Q, I, 1R3S.
Ith, High ?tr???,.....!?;? p
Lv. Norfolk. Main street.!0:00 p ru
Lv. Old Point. Hyceia Pier.17:00 p m
Ar. Baltimore. Union Dock. 7:00 a m
P. R. R. I B. Sc. O.
Lv. Baltimore) .
Ar. N?w York
, 7:45 a m
?10.15 a m
12:4* p m
I 7:55 a m
:io:i? a m
I P. R. R. 1 B. & O.
Lv Now York .I !2:10 p ml 1:00 p m
Lv. Philadelphia . 14:41 p ml '.3:07 p in
AT. Bolt. Canton -1 17:00 p ml 16:10 p m
Lv. Baltimore, Light street .0:30 p m
Lv Baltimore. Canton.7:10 p m
l.v Old Point . 6:16 a m
Ar. Norfolk .7:00 a ro
Ar. Portareouth . 8:30 a tg
??Dally except Sunday. "?Dally.
Ticket? aold to all points North, East
and West and baggage checked to desti?
nation. Staterooms reserved upon appn.
citlon in r.ef?on at th? Company s office
No. 77 West Mala street, or oo board
*l2>5ih't will not bo received after < n.
in to co forward that day.
For further Information apply to
! ? J. W. BROWN. Jr..
Southera Pais*?ser Agent.
The now and powerful Iron palnco
steamers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK will leuvo
dally as follows:
Leave Portsmouth, foot of
North street . ?5.00 p. m.
Leave Norfolk, foot of Water
street . 6.45 p. m.
Leave Old Point Comfort.. C.J5 p. m
Arrive In Washington. 7.00 a. ra.
Arrive In Philadelphia, Penn.
R. R.??10.50 a. m.
Arrive in Philadelphia, B. & O.
R P..?ni.OO a. m.
Arrive in New York, Penn.
R. R."1.13 p. m.
Arrive in New York, B. & O.
R. R. .?n.? p. m.
Leave New York. Penn. It. R. 12.60 p. m.
Leave New York, B. & O.
R. R."1.00 p. m.
Lcavo Philadelphia. Pann. R.
R. *313 p. m.
Leave Philadelphia, B. St O.
R. R."2.07 p. m.
Arrive in Washington, Penn.
R. R. ?6.10 p. m.
Arrive in Washington, B. & O.
R. R. ??6.00 p. tn.
Leave Washington.?6.30 n. m.
Arrive Old Point Comfort.... 7.00 a. m.
Arrive In Norfolk..... 8.00 a. ni.
Arrive In Portsmouth. 8.30 a. m.
??Dally except Sunday.
Tickets' on sale at B. & O. ticket office
N. Sc C. of flee, at W. T. Walko'a and
company's ofneo on wharf.
For further information apply
D, J. CALLaHAN'.
ipillii simij Ga s line;
FOR NEW YORK.?Pas?
senger ships are appointed
to Eall from Norfolk daily
at 6:00 p. in.
FROM NEW YORK.?On
Monday, Tuesday, Wednes?
day. Thursday and Friday
at 3:00 p. ni., Saturdays at
4:00 p. m.
Fare, 'ncludlng meals and stateroom
berth .* S.00
Rouna trip (limited to 30 days ....... 13.00
For tickets and reservation of state?
rooms apply at ticket office. 19? Main
street, or at general otlice. at wharf.
Ships leave Old Point for Norfolk Sun?
day about 10 a. m. .
TIME SCHEDULE OP STEAMERS
Hampton Roads. Mobjack, Luray Acco
mac and Virginia Dare, sailing daily (ex?
cept Sunday) from Company's wharf. Nor?
FOR OLD ?OINT?At 6:30 and 11:15 a.
m., and 4:15 p. in.: Portsmouth. G:4o
and 10:05 a. m., and 3:05 p. m.: Ray Line
wharf. Norfolk, at 7:00 and 11:30 a. ra. and
4:30 p. in.
FOR HAMPTON?at 11:15 a. m. and 4:15
P. m.; Portsmouth 10:05 a. m. and 3:0.>
p. m.j Ray Lino wharf at 11:30 a. m. and
4:30 p. in.
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FIELD?At 3:90 p. m.: Portsmouth. 2:45 p.
m.; Bay; Line, 3:00 p. m.
FOR WARE AND EAST RIVERS?At
?:30 a. in.; Portsmouth, 6:45 a. m.; Day
Line, 7:00 a. m.
FOR NORTH RIVER ? On Monday,
Wednesdav and Friday at 6:30 a. m.:
Portsmouth, 6:45 a. in.; Ray Line, 7:00
FOR SEVERN RIVER?On Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturdnv at 6:30 n. m.:
Portsmouth, C.45 a. in.; Ray Line, 7:00
FOR BACK. POQUOSIN AND YORK
RIVER LANDINGS AND CRAB NECK
?On Mondav. Wednesday and Friday at
G:1S n. m.: Portsmouth, G:30 a. m.; Rny
Line, 6:45 a. rh. Returning following day.
FOR NAN8EMOND RIVER AND SUF?
FOLK?At 3:00 p. m.: Portsmouth. 3:10 p.
m. Connecting at Suffolk with Suffolk
and Carolina railroad.
Freight for Ware. East North, Severn.
Back, Poquosin, "York and Nniiscmond
River Landings must bo prepaid.
All schedules subject to cbango with?
Freight for Washington and Ncwbernc,
N. C. received at and delivered from
Norfolk and Southern railroad depot.
Freight received dally (except bunday)
until 5:00 p. m.
M. B. CROWELL.
CAPE \ Ncw York'
PUARI CQI Philadelphia
n? I and N0rf0,k
ROUTE \ Railroad.
QUICK TIME?LOW RATES.
TWO TRAINS BACH WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MOKDAT,
APRIL 26. 1838.
7:46 a. m. dolly, except 8undny-<Ports
moutn. High btreet. 7:30 a. m.)
Arrive at Philadelphia t:? p.
m.; Now York at 8:38 p. m.
C OO d. m. dally; Portsmouth. High street.
I>:30. Arrive at Philadelphia.
6:10 n. ra.: New York, 7:43 a. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
9-00 a m. dally: Portsmouth, High street,
9:10, leaving Now York at 8:00
p m.; Philadelphia, 11:10 p. m,
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
7:50 p. m. dally, except Sunday (Ports?
mouth, High street, 8:00 p. m.)
leaving New York at 8:00 a. tn.;
Philadelphia. 10:20 a. m.
Clnrjn oonnectlon mado with all ran and
sound linos to and from Boston.
Tollman Sleeping Cars on night trains
bolwecn Jersey City. Philadelphia and
Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars on day trains
between Philadelphia snd Cape Charles.
Through tickets sold mid baggage
checked at Walkc'.i Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, at Passenger Station at tho
Wharf and on steamer.
R. B. COOTCB.
General Passenger and Freight Agent
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDF.NCF.
For Boston?Mondays, Wednesdays and
-Fridays at 6:00 p. m.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur?
day at 6:00 p. m.
FARES TO BOSTON AND PROVI
First-class. Including meals and
Intermediate, Including, meals and
Steerage, Including meals and bunk. $7.00
Perishable freight sent via Provldenco
forwarded by early train lo Boston and
at the same rate as by direct steamers to
For further Information apply to
R. H. WRIGHT, Agent Norfolk, Va.
A. D. STEBBINS. Asi't Traffic M'gr.
W. P. TURNER. Gen. Pass. Agent.
J. C. WHITNEY, Traffic Manager.
General Offices. Baltimore, Md.
Atlanta, Nmr Orleans, Augusta, M.tron,
Clint tunongu, Nashville, Memphis, I'lurida,
*?as, Cnlifuriiiajniid th^entlre Smith.
In Effect Dec. II. IS99.I No. 41. I No. 40?.
. Norfolk .,
Suffolk .. - "
Raleigh .. . ?
Chnrlntte .. "
Athens .. ..S.A.LI
Mncon .. C.ofGa.,
Tampa .. ..plant'
Mobile .. ..L.A-N.
New Orleans . "
? Dally. (Daily, ex. Sunday.
Connections nt New Orleans with South
crn Pacific and Texas & Pacific railways
for all points in Texas, Mexico and Call
No. 402?Arrlva Portsmouth dally 7,-jg
"No 18?Arrive Portsmouth dally 6:a>
P* . J. W. BROWN. Jr..
Pass'r Agt-. 199 Main sl, Norfolk. Va
MUilRAf FORBES, '
Trav. Pass'r Agt., Portsmouth. Va
E. ST. JOHN, Vice Proaldent and General
V. E. McBEB. General. Superintendent.
H. W. B. GLOVER. L. S. ALLEN.
Srafflo Manager. Oon'l Pass'r A?t,
Porumoulh, Vo, J
iutW^ & Ohio M\
for richmond WA9fltvnrnv
points! alo . wkstern
SCHEDULE in EFFECT oct. 1st
Lv. Portsmouth . i k-m .i
Lv.,Norfolk . ?So''
a^ ?e?'port Mews.. siooa
Ar. Richmond .j,?:?0?
Ar. Charlottesville ...
Ar. Staunton . .
Ar. Clifton Forire
Ar. White Sulphur....
Ar. Rouceverte *
Ar. Cincinnati .
Ar. St, Louis
. 7:55 a
5:30 p 7:15a
6:66 P| 7:30 a
Su^te?? Old PoinYZ
at lUenmond,flm'wIu,'^a"?l!- Connects
^Hto?W 0MV,Us *"
to CincTmm.i vj!,?h ^""mans. Richmond
Nu. 3^Dai r,Y i???Yi and st- Douls. *
n:l5 a. m? a^V6-^Pn0r^Ne]vs ,for Nc&iSJ
12 as noonand v-os ?" Arrlves N?^lk
&^Y^J^ ??Hcf:rAut?% Hot*
A. C. L AItA-?x
^Rorroifc ?* c?roi,git Ra,IroBa .
IN EFFECT Jto^,^ 1S33,-a-B ;
f* Norfolk ._ . r.-na _ -
Lr. Peru. Junc.;.7 T .. l&Z
Ar. Suffolk. Va. .... lo^no i
Ar. T^nls. N. V "! M a
Ar. Hobgood, N. C.....1? 00 n
Ar. Plymouth, if. C. ?..?"~"""[ SSeS?
Ar. Washington, N. C./.V/ZIT.^ Vm^?
Ar. Klaaton. N. C.l..7r.7T.*V t-JUom
Ar. WUaon. N. C_
Ar. G/olaboro. N. C.
At. Wilmington. N. C
3:16 p ml 7:10 pa
SM p ml 7:6* pir,
Ar. Fayottovilie. N. C..,
Ar. Florence, a. C.,
Ar. Charleston. S. C...
6:50 P caI 9:40 Ira
4:2? p m| 1.03 ana
?:"?Ptu| IUI am
10:60 p m| 6:18 a n,
Ar. Columbia, a. C?..|10:20 p m(U:? a ta
Ar. Augusta, Oa .. ....j 7:Haml 7:6Sata
Ar. Atlanta, Oa. .. .... UilipmlldipA
At. Maoon. Oa. .. .. ,.|11:U a m|U:U a ta
Ar. Savannah, Go..I 3:00 a ml 9:00 a ta
Ar. Jacksonville, Fla....| 8:45 a m\ 1:30 p rn
No. a dally cotUMOta with A-CL. trat?
V for ail ootnts Boutn.
No. 1(U,dolly,cixrep: Kunclay, makes clots
connection at Hebgood for Waahlngtta?
N. C. KJnnton. N. C. and Plymouth. \
C. and all Baaterrt Carolina points); alt*
at Rocky atouat TfHh A. C L. train ft twt
all points South.
No. 10J, dally, except Sunday, makes
close connection at AhoskJe for Windsor.
N. C.t and orations on W. St P. R. R.
Trains arrive at Norfolk at i:6i iv ta.
dally, also at 10:26 a. m.t dally, except
No. it rune through without drawee
Norfolk ta Wllnlagton.
Baggage checked at Company's Norfolk
wharf, and also at office of paaaimgav
and Ticket ecent 171 alaln iu?it toppa?'
?Us Atlantla Hotel).
For tickets to all points South, elatplng
car reservations and general lafortaaUla
call on os address.
J. A NBT?aBBATJKX,
Passenger and Ticket agent; :
JAMES F. MAUPIN.
Oanaral Forwarding Aceat
K. M. EMERSON. Oaa. Pass Acanl.
O. U. BBRP?LL Oaa Manafsr.
X. U. EUEmeON. Traftla Mansser.
NorroiK. & SODtneiq B. l Go.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT AUQ. 2Sth. 109.
MAIL AN DEXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK DAILY (except Sunday) 10 a.m. for
Elizabeth City, Edcnton, Mackey'a Ferry,
Roper, Pantego. Bollhavon, Etc. Con?
nects at Edenton with N. & S. R. R.
steamer as follows: Dally (except Bun
day) for ? Plymouth, Jamesvllle, WtHIam
ston and Windsor. TUESDAY. TH?RS
DAL and SATURDAY for all landings ort
CHowan river, and MONDAY and FRI?
DAY for Scuppernons river. Connects at
Bellhaveh with Old Dominion steamtra
for Makleyvllle. South Creek, Aurora,
Washington and intermedlato landings.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK at 4:10 p. tn. TUESDAY. THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Elizabeth City.
Edcnton and way stations. Connects at
Elizabeth City with steamer -TUESDAY,
THURSDAY AND SATURDAY fo?
Ronnoke Island, Oriental and Newberne.
? ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (except
Sunday) at 4:25 p. m.. and mornlnir train
at 11 a. m. TUESDAY, THURSDAY ar.oj
SATURDAY, connecting with all rail and
steam lines at Norfolk for tho NottbT
East and West. Passenger station at fool
of East Main .street, Norfolk and Weit-?
ern depot. Freight station oa .W&tea
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH
FAST FREIGHT LINE AND OLD DO?
MINION LINE between all points Nortis
nnd East via Norfolk and Norfolk and
Southern Railroad and Eastern NortU
Freight received dally at 5 p. m. and
forwarded promptly at low rate.
For further Information apply to tho)
General Oillco of the N. Sc S. R. R. Co..
Norfolk, Va. ?
H. C. HUDGIN9,
General Freight aad Passenger Agent.
M. K. KING, General Manager.
CLYDE'S REGULAR LINE STEA1S?
SIIIl'.S FOR PHILADELPHIA
ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM NOR?
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA.
Until further notice steamer:, are ap?
pointed to sail fror> Norfolk evt?ry MON?
DAY. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at
G o'clock jp. m., and from Philadelphia
every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SAT*
UThrou<;h bills of lading to all points
South and Southwest via Seaboard Air
Line. Atlantic Clast Line, Virginia anol
Tennessee Air Line, Southern Railway.
Norfolk and Carolina and Norfolk anal
JAMES W. McCARRICK,
General Southern Agent. Norfolk. Va.
WILLIAM P. CLYDE & CO..
, General Agents, Philadelphia.
IRWINS EXPRESS CG*
2I8Water St., Phone 6,Eftl.ar Ptaons.
We haul anything to and; trots anjjs
Where In tho three eitle?. .
Soeclal faculties for: Hauling auf*?.
Boilers,^Furnitur*' and.Fl4MaX'.v; : l
Lota ailtd aad; ?Utus'Waat?*,. ' ?v -?f