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& Mears lias been
offer for sale at cost
?sday morning: at 8
s,"v omen s
i
>, i^ace ^/iiriaiiis?Mattmgs an
Ladies' Capes and and Jackets, Quilts md
Ladies9 waists and Underwear, Kid (loves, Corsets
tidies' and Men's fine Negligee Shirts.
WILL E E OPE/V
stop tue Gar at mm & Mflrs' store
28 Queen Street
Call on
Kin a St.
Hampton, Ya.
A large li<><
h Oxcord Teachers1 Bibles,
X With Index and Concord
I FR IGE, Si to $5.
Farm.-, houses and lt>ts in
town and county for sale.
b. j. mm
Chicago Great Wertem.
Market Quotation^rorn
Leading Busines;enters>
in a
Dealers in Land.
A. I-Teinickol. of Phoebus, well know
as a thorough business man and <
sterling integrity .and honor, has bought
the right, Lille and interest of ?\ B
Hoaglnnd of about ISO lots called
"Hoaghiiul." three blocks fi-uin Queen
street, 1 lam].urn. and it will !>?? known
hereafter as "Ii Kl NICKBD." Mr. S. .1
Brown owns one-third of the same and
A. Heinickel two-thirds, having also
nought out J. Davis Beed. of Norfolk
These lots will be sold very cheap. The
investment of one or more lois, it
nought now. will pay a tremendous per
ot-ntuge to the buyer, and w* have four
farms with oyster water fronts om
mile from Hampton, IT acres each.
Address,
Also an assortment e
of other Bilde?, 1 i vin- f
nals and Prayer Books f
for all denominations. ?
NKW YOBK MONEY
NEW Y< >BK, Aug. 31.
siendy. :it 2fp2 1-2 per ft,-..,. ,
- nef ' prime m.-r.v ; '?'
t-2 per cent.; sterim '
easier, with acLual busin
bills :ii 4.S4?!-I.-S4 1-1 and
or sistv days: posted r
.u-reial bills, 1>^: sil\
,;? IiiOn bar silver, 5'.?5-S;
lollars, PI 1-2: goveriJhient bon?"'lin
CHICAGO GUA1N MARKET.
CHICAGO, Aug. 31.?A sharp advance
I mi corn today, although not holding un
vui-i-r P ' ?"?ershadowed the bearish
= ,: i, ''""?<,"'"'':"""'s ,n lhe uheat "ii
-J on call partly sustained wh.ai prices Septem
i. ber wheat dosed I-2ff/5-Sc lowerand De
r. comber lost l-4(f?3-Sc. Corn compared
?? with last night is l-Sif/l-lc higher Oats
are unchanged to 1-Sc lower: pork de?
clined 1. l-2c; lard 12 l-2e and ribs
hange
nkers'
Pa 4 M
fii. 4.s?:
NEW YOBK STOCK BXCHA
NEW VORK, Aug. 31.?Today
market was iptiet as remarkable
listless and heaviness of the s
Vd I
6
liiilpUl
Masonic Building
{ I lampion, Va. |
W H EAT
Ang
Sept
Dec
CORN?
Ait},
and st length of a number of seen'! Sept
The grangers, Union Paeitics. AtfJ OATS
preferred, Brooklyn Transit. Sugar jH,
most of the railway shares were sc! <i ,ft
stagnant all-day. and most of lhp
elose.l at small net losses and withe* \-| IV?
side lluctualions for the day of only nep?
fraction. The great combination i ?>ct
iron and steel companies was one lAltD?
the notable iniluences which caused ac'Supc
tivity and strength in a number ol^.j
iS ?
Open High Dow Close,
tits (is 117 J (i7j
?Ii (145 ling ?3?
<?.S (UA
i The announcement of the first
>ld
S. J. Brown &Go
LOCK BOX 225.
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA
When Visiting Plioehus Gall at jj
I THOS. ft. DOUGtiTY,
? PROPRIETOR.
Wines, Litiitors and Ciijars.
Meals at all hours. Lodging.
Ladies1 :in<l Gents' Dining Par?
lors up stairs.
Mellen atreet, near Mallory.
Music every afternoon
and night.
**** **** ?
n
College
Classical school for Girls
and Young J /tidies. Session
begin September 29th. For
catalogue, &c, address,
MISS F1TCHETT,
Hampton, Va.
We will offer 25
Roller Tray Trunks
this week at prices
that will astonish
you.
W. E. Lawson,
Men's and Boys' Outfitters] ?*
Hampton, \Ja.
P. B. MESSENGER,
General Carpenter,
-man.uka.ctuher of?
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES,
rrames, Sash, Slin?s & Doors
iVlaniels and
Mouldings*
QUEEN SREETT, HAMPTON VA.
P. O. BOX J01_
r RICHMOND.
1^. BOOT A NO SHOE MAKER,
REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY.
2809 Washington avanui
r to Hp
market and' did not check a further de
.line in sterling exchange. Bondoi
discount rates advanced 1-4 per cent, j
to 1 3-1? I 7-s. but this is still 1 1-4 to 1
5-S per cent, below the rates for the
corresponding periods in .New York.
Afe.hisun. UJs
Baltimore & Ohio. 2(i$
Canada Pacdic .
Canada Sontheru.
Chesapeake & t)ltio. 2">1
Ohicajro A Alton. l?'.i
Chicago, Hnrlingtou & Quiney.. 1U>5
C. O. (1. & St. It..
do do pref'd. stt
Delaware & Hudson. H?l>H
Delaware, Wk. it \V. 1014
Krie (new). l'L
Fort Wayne. 171
Oreat Northern pref'd.. .*. 1354
Illinois Central.ex div 11?
Lake Shore . 1024
Louisville & Nashville.
Manhattan L. '????,
Michigtm Central. Wi
Missouri Pacilic.
Mobile & Ohio. 2?S
New Jersey Central.
New York Central. H?i
Norfolk & Western. lr>
Northern Pacilic. 40i
do pref'd. 77?
itt?burg. KU)
ling. 1-4
Uock Island. 103
St. I'attl. lV-i?
do pref'tl. lr>t>*
Southern Paid lie. 23
Southern Railway. '? S
do pref'd.-..
Texas Si Pacilic. 15i
Union Pacific i>rt(fM,. l>(ij
Adams Express.-.. lt'?
American Express. UIOj
United States Express. 41
Wells Pargo Express. 12)
American Tobacco. 1-14}
do pref'd . 1?J2
People's Gas.
Consolidated (ias. 1S7
General Electric. 1H
Pacilic Mail. 83?
Pullman Palace.es div lyd
Silver Certificates. 1>'?3
Sugar . ll?3
do pref'd . 113
Tennessee Coal St Iron. Hl?
Western Union. '^i
'?>' k
5.2 7 J
sidf
8 s(i
S,s7i
;ou
:it/4
30J
IDs
21i
ii (17A S.C.Tj
8.:3 8.75
3
1? <|notations wer
(it slow; No. a spring wiierit"
oc N". 2 red, us- No. 2
2 Oiftrai: No. 3 oats, 21; No
Ntf, 24@25; No. ;j while. 2:5;.;
@-l.T.y,!i No. 2 barley, US
l,iiu?' 1 flax seed, 88A; prime
hari-seed, 2.52.1; luebs pork p<?r
5 ?8.75; lard, per 10(1 pounds,
3 30(0 short ribs sides, loose,
boxed dry salted si., ulders,
boxed J; short clear sides,
liCtooi 1-3.75; No. 2 yellow corn,
P.AI.TI S~-"
IIA I ,-ri!pUODUCE MARKET,
unehanget Aug. 31.?Flour? Dull:
Wheat?
l-2ifi'3-I; Si spot and month, G3
fiS I-2ffi3-4; >r. ?9@69 1-4; October,
ern wheat b)--r, (17 l-SHi.l-l; south
Corn? Steale, C5?71.
l-4f<2-S: fteipot and month, 34
lober. 34 2-S?r, 34 l-S(S?>3-S; IV
corn. SSffiSn. southern white
-St i
17 bid; No. 2 m 2 white western.
Byf?Firmer: 24(i.'23.
2 western, nearby, 4S sales;
Sugar?Strong
But tor?Steady.nged.
Bggs?Firm: nanged.
l.ettuct?l.incha>d.
Whiskey-flieh;
NF.W YORK CO
NEW VOI'tK, All'" CT UK KS.
tutes opened steadyjotton fu
St-iitember, 5.45; Oclie decline,
ber. 5.56; December, \'>; Novem
February, ."..i;5; Marciuary. 5.62;
.May. 5.77; June, :,.s0. Vpril, 5.73;
RICHMOND, VA., A
from Charlottesville stu.\dvlceB
Rosser's condition grovGeneral
tc-r daily. _'ly bet
HAPPINESS VS.==
Dr. Ohlarcofs Toalc Tabl II Y
Paris-inn remevly, 1s a gua^e^
for tihe drink habit; also oure
and melancthoiy caused by 1<>SS
genee. ul
It destroys the appetite fi
and all intoxicating bevenfc.
leaves man as h? ?ihomld bfe ^
ad ministered without the knoe
the patient wihere n-ecessary. ?
pamphlet. Klor's Drug etorh
HAMPTON NEWS
Hnntptoit Bureau of Maih^ Press,
Phoebus Hunk Building, King Street. Telephone No, If.
All news letters for publication In this department should be addressed to
Daily Press Bureau, Hampton.
The Daily Press will be found for sale every morning at the following
places:
Hampton?PhltId's book store. Queen street, and at tl.e office of the paper
on King street.
Old Point- Uaulcli's stationery and b ook store, Hygela Hotel, Chamberlln
Hotel.
A PRETTY INCIDENT
How a Child Reminded a
Soldier of Home.
LIKE HIS LITTLE GIRL
Tim Prell}- [.utter Written by Keim Mar?
en? In t> Suhller?' Oanghier in
Ohio. Other Maller?
i>r Interest.
The train hearing tin- Fourth .)bi(.
volunteers, on Ha ir way t'r.nn i'lii k...
manga Park !,, Newport News. where
they were to embark for Porto tiieo.
hail just rolb-,1 into the depot at (1 ir
ilonsville. The long ri.le from the South
in the ,-losely crowded coaches had
j.weari.-d the men. ami the opportunity
; to alight and stretch their legs on tlje
station platform, which their olliceis
kindly granted, was thankfully uliliz J.
A large crowd of tlo.Umsyill,"- folk had
gathered there to see the soldiers, for
not sin, ,- th,- stirring scenes witnessed
thereabouts during the strife between
the stales had so many men in the
garb of war been seen in the sturdy old
town. Among the spectators watching
the throng of volunteers as they walk
c.l to and fro or stopped here and then
to reply t,, t|,e patriotic salutation of a
citizen, was Mr. S. Marcus. In-Other of
the two well known merchants of this
city. Near him. making mental not s
of the unusual events, stood his daugh?
ter, a .-harming little miss over whose
head hardly a dozen summers have
llown. Sin- did not know that at that
very moment a pair of eyes?eyes
over which a mist had spread until iier
form w as but dimly outlined in I in?
growing multitude on ihe platform
were iut.-ntly lixe.i upon her. But she
knew all about it a few moments later
lor all at one- she felt h.-rself caught
up by a strong pair of arms and lifted
from the lloor while ai the same time a
Soldier pressed his lips to her ehe-ka.
"Forgive me." he said, as the misi
which had cleared away for the instant,
began to conceal again the nhjei Is
around him. "I c.dn't help kissing
you. for you look just like my little
girl whom I l.-fi ai her bom.- in i ihio.
When I saw you 1 longed to he with
her. ( bid bless her. and lake her in my
arms and kiss her as 1 kiss.-d you. I
want you to write to her and n il her
y.oi saw her papa on his way to the
war and that In- hues her very, very
dearly." Two minutes passed, during
which the soldi.-r found ii impossible
to speak, and then, tearing a leaf from
a note-book, be wrote this name and
address:
AURA LEE,
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
The trumpet soon called tin- men :,a- k
to the train and Gordonsville was
.illicitly forgotten by all save Private
Lee. As In- sped mi toward the sea the
little form and the sweet face so like
that of his own child in the home far
away to.the westward, cam,- up before
him .-.ad again and again sent a Ii.I
..I" tears down the sunburned el.lcs.
Was he hurrying away from her for?
ever, or would the time come when he
should once more take her to his bosom
ami have the impress of his loving kiss
upon her lips? N.. ..n.- knew. Certain
it is. however, that Privat,- Lee has not
se.-n his little girl yet.
That same night Rena Marcus sal
down and wrote this letter:
"1 i.-ar Little Aura Lee:
"1 know you will In- glad to her fi-Jm
a little girl named Rena Marcus, al
ihough y..u hay,- never heard of not
seen me. I had the pleasure of meeting
your dear papa Sunday afternoon, July
24, when he was on his way to Newport
N.-ws lo take the steamer p. Pot to Rico,
lb- passed through our little town of
Gordonsville and I went to the train
ami spoke in birn. He told me that he
had a little girl just my size and ago
and gave me your address, telling nie
I,i be sure and write to Voll. 1 .lisll
that 1 was a big boy myself. for I
should certainly go to. war lo light
those horrid Spaniards. May Co,I pro?
tect our soldiers and bring them back
to us crowned with tin- joy of victory.
Y nir dear papa is well and sends Iiis
love to you. I shall be only t.le
lighted to hear from you at any time.
I am. yours, sincerely.
"RENA MARCHS."
FOURTEEN HCl: IF HAT SEA
Allegheny and Panther Arrive Willi
Soldiers From Santiago,
i By Telegraph.)
NEW YORK. Aug. III.?A Brooklyn
Eagle special from Montauk says:
"The transports Allegheny and Pan?
ther arrived this morning from Santi?
ago. The Allegheny cast anchor in the
bay about 11 ..'dock. She left Ib.- south
coast of Cuba on August 2-4 and made a
slow voyage, tin board are companies
A. B. i'. D, E, F. C. and II of Hi- Ninth
Massachusetts, in all (l?f, soldiers, of
whom I I". are sick. Fourteen men died
on the voyage and all w.-rc buried at
sea. This is the largest number of
deaths at sea on any of the incoming
transports and the deaths were mainly
in Hie cases of those who wen- critical?
ly ill when placed aboard at Santiago.
The soldiers were in command of Cap
lain Sullivan.
"The Panther left two days later
than tin- Allegheny and gift in shortly
aller 1 o'clock this morning, making a
comparatively fast trip. She carries bin
members of companies 1 and M ol ..In
Ninth Massachusetts and lifleen arc n
tin- si. k list. Privat,- n.ad.len, of Com?
pany M. died and was buried ai sea.
DEFENDS THE VOLUNTEERS.
Mr. .lohn B. Leonard Savs Thai They
Are Square Men.
Mr. John B. Leonard, tin- well known
King stre.-t saloon man. takes issue
with those who brand Hie Maryland
soldiers at Old Point as being little hol?
ier than a gang of thieves. Mr. Leon?
ard's experience witli them, which has
been rather extensive since they came
I., Fort Monroe, has satisfied him of , h
injustice of the rattle-brained denunci?
ation to which they liav-- been subject?
ed.
"Nnmb.-rs of the Maryland boys."
said Mr. Leonard yesterday to the
Daily Pr.-ss correspondent, "have vis?
ited my saloon during the past I wo
months and not one has given me tue
least trouble. Their demeanor has been
that of gentlemen ami in return Ley
have received exactly that kind of
treatment. 1 don't believe in abusing
them. They are not alone to blame for
While the War Lasts
All who march, walk or stand, should
shako into their shoes Allen's Foot
Ease, a powder. It eures aching, tired,
sere, swollen feet, and makes tight or
new shoes easy. It absorbs moisture,
and prevents chafing, hot. smarting,
blistered, sweating feet. All the regular
Volunteers in hot climates can't exist
in comfort without it. Allen's Foot
Ease is sold by all druggists and shoe
stores. IT.e. Sample sent FREE. Ad?
dress. Allen S. Olmsted, I.e Roy, N.Y.
june25-3m
the rioting in Phoebus. I venture to
say that there is not a saloon keep.-r in
the town who has dealt ralrlv with
them that has ever been molested Tie
Maryland boys are by no means as bad
as lb, y are said to be. Some of tic in
may lie a little wild at times, bin th.-re
are hundreds of as line men in the
intent as can be found in a similar body
of men from ami slate in the Union." '
A I.A Kill-: GATHERING.
Thousands Attend the Dedication of
i 'Id Folks' Home.
The old Folks' Home, a colored jn
stitution established in this city bv the
order of Tents, a female soei.'av," was
dedicated yesterday in the presence of
several thousand |.pie. many .0' whom
earn,- from Richmond, Norfolk and |v.
tersberg.
Distinguished divines from the cities
named were present and. with the If. al
pastors, delivered able and helpful ad?
dresses. The excellent Work of tie
Tents was highly complimented bv the
Speakers, as it certainly des. rv.-d be.
The Mom., is located near Spill.-r A< ad
emy and has been erected at con-ad. r
able expense for th" hciictlt of aged and
Inlirm colored women of g.1 character
and for children left upon the world
without means of support.
At the Home these two unforiitnat.
classes will be cared for. The ebildr m
will be taught as well as fed and sh. I
tered and .-very effort will be made I..
train them into useful men and wo
I'.l'KiAI. i iF r A I.'PIS its.
Contract Awarded in It. (.'. Hall ,v
Sou.
The Hoard of Supervisors al their
meeting yesterday awarded to It. C.
Hall & Son. undertakers, of this city
the contract for burying the paupers
if tit.unty that may die within th.
next i wo years. Hall .Si Son's bid was
the lower of two Iii,Is submitted, and
gives them the contract at for each
person buried.
The time for receiving bids for the
eonstruelioii of a sewer from the new
iail to Hampton Creels was changed
and they will now be received until the
Huh. The sewerage ipieslion is one in
which Hie Hoard of Supervisors has ad?
dressed itseir with gnat car.- and paiita
will be taken to see that the work i.
done in a manner fully up lu specified
reuuh ements.
IS IT i 'AM P MEA DE?
Humor That the First Maryland AN"111
Leave Monday.
It was rumored at Old Point last
night that the First Maryland regi?
ment will start n.-xt week, perhaps as
.?ally as Monday, for Camp Mea.ie,
Pennsylvania.
Itniuiry among ib.- men hist night
failed t.nurni the rumor. An otllcer
said: "We don't know. That's the re?
port, lnit whether it's correct or not we
can't tell."
IN HO.NOl! OF MR. (3. E. WHITE.
Mi-, and Mrs. Charles Green, of the
Soldiers' Home, gave a reception iast
night at the K.-ely Hall in honor of -vir.
Green's nephew, Mr. C. E. Whit.-, of
Boston. Among those present were
Maj..r ami Mis. Thompson. Mrs. P. F.
W.Hin Misses Vic-key, Thompson and
Gleen, of the Soldiers' Home: Misses
Pollv and Lizzie Chisman. Whiting.
Tabli and Jones, of Hampton, and
Messts. A. L. Powell. It. Ij. Gardner,
L. lt.- Holling. H. S. Norton. P. M.
Young and George Palmer, of New port
MISS HOGADON'S FI'NEB A I..
The runeral of Miss Ella Hogadoti
look place at in ..'. lock vest.-rday au?rn
from the residence on Washington
street and was attended by a large
number of people. Floral tokens of af?
fection, beautiful in design, were sent
to the house yesterday. Impressive
services were conducted by Hie Rev.
Mr McLaughlin, pastor of the Presby?
terian church, after which the remains
were borne to St. John's church yard
and laid at rest beside those of young
Max llogadon. whose death occurred
about ten days ago.
BP.IEF ITEMS.
The father of Capt. George \V. Top?
ping, of this city, is lying dangerously
ill at bis home in Norfolk. Captain Top?
ping left yesterday morning to lie -it his
bedside.
Miss. May Tennis, who has been ill
with fever at her home in the West
End. is convalescing.
Miss Fannie Davis und Miss Lizzie
Smith, of York county, who have been
visiting friends in the West End. have
returned to their lininos.
Elder Shorts, of this city, has just
closed a protracted meeting at York
town. Middlesex county, at which there
were seventy-one conversions. Al a
meeting held at Zion church, Mathews
county, there were sixty-five conver?
sions.
ANOTHER MILITARY COMPANY.
The Norfolk Landmark of yesterday
contained the following from its Rich?
mond correspondent:
'Mayor Hope and Captain Bickl'ord,
of the military company recently form?
ed in Hampton, were visitors at the
Capitol today. They came to ask that
the officers recently elected by th
Home Guard be ordered up for exami?
nation with a view to commissioning
them. These otiicers represent that
there is great need of a military com?
pany al Hampton, as shown by the re?
cent troubles there and at Phoebus with
t'ne Maryland volunteers. There is
some doubt whether the governor will
onsen: to the organization of the
company as a part of the State militia,
as the company now in the Fourth reg?
iment may not be away more than a
lew months. He has advised that the
organization he kept up and assist in
preserving order in Hampton and vi?
cinity without becoming a part of the
regular militia. It is expected that the
governor will, as soon as practicable
after bis return, [.ay a visit to Hamp?
ton and old Point and make personal
inquiry into the recent troubles there."
A MISUNDERSTOOD MAN.
"Nobody can learn all there is worth
I knowing in this lifetime," said Mr.
Me.-kton. wisely. "And a man ought
j never to assume that his education is
finished. I'm going to keep right ahead
with mine. I'm going to study astron?
omy."
His wife looked al him sharply and
then in a cold, hard tone exclaimed:
"Leonidas, you'll have to think up some
I better excuse than that for staying out
all night. ...... jL-i.uA.tl.i?J?iAJI
and Family Liquor Store
ESTflBUSnED IN 1888.
Ik the place for you to buy your
Wines uud Liquors for Cooking and
Medicinal purposes.
inese m k Rums oi tue care and sqkj ?
INSIDE:
No Loud Talking
or Singing, discuss?
ing of Politics, Na?
tionality or Keli
gion. All who
cannot comply with
these rules are re?
quested to spend
their time and mon?
ey elsewhere.
AU order* by mall will r*t*lv? *TOGU?fc
attentioa.
P.J.MUGLER
I No. M13 WASIHTNQTON AVBHTOB.
I P. O. Box 1?. NEWPORT NBW&TJi.
/ t HESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
V FOR RICHMOND. WASHING.
TON, LYNCH BURG, CINCINNATL
LOUISVILLE, CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS,
MOUNTAIN RESORTS AND
SUMMER HOMES. '
Schedule In effect June 26, 1898.
WESTBOUND." | 6 & 1 | No! 1 | N?Tj
~ ..| 4 35p
..| 6 60p
LvNewport New'sl 8 00a
Ar Richmond ....] 1015a
Lv Richmond _| 10 :10a
Ar Lynchbuig ...1 3 50p
Ar Lexington. Va. *6 20p
Ar Nat'l Bridge ..| 5 32y
Ar Clifton Forge | 7 30p
Lv Richmond .. .".flu 20a| 2 16p
Ar Cliiirlotlesvillel* 1 45p[ ? 44p
Ar Stauaton .]? 3 3bp| 7 08p
Ar Clifton Forge 1* 5 tttpl 8 G7p
Ar Va. Hut Spr'gsl.I 3 50p
Ar White Sulphur]* C 2Gp| 8 28p
Ar Cf
10 30p
2 43a
4 22a
6 28a
7 2Sa
<.I -.-f , TOB?
all .... . 7 55a. I S15p
\r Louisville _. 1100a 8 00?
\r Chicago .|. 5 30p 1 7 16a
St. Louis .I.I 6 Sop 1 7 30a
?Daily except Sunday. Other tima
dully.
Nos. 5 and 1 Mountain ResortB train
daily to Richmond and except Sunday,
Richmond to RoncevSrte.
I'ailor Car old Foint to Ronceverta
without change.
No. I with Pullman dally Richmond
to Cincinnati. Loulsvills and St. Louis.
No. 3 with Pullman dally Old Point to
Hinten. Cincinnati and Louisville.
Meals served on dining cars on Nos.
1 and 3 west of Gordonsvllie.
rRAINS LEAVE NEWPORT NEW8
FOR OLD POINT
Week days 10 30 a, 11 IS a and 1, 3, 6,
ml G 15 p m.
Sundays only 111G a and 1, 3, 6, 6 0S,
8 and !l p in.
Ii U?
FOR NORFOLK. |Extra]No. 2INo. 4
_!Trl?-1 gaju [ dal.
Lv. Newport News . 8 20a 111 15al t OSp
Ar Norfolk . 0 15a 12 15p 7 05p
Ar Portsmouth.j |l2 28p] 7 20p
Steamer Louise leaves Portsmouth,
daily 0 40 a m and 3 00 p m. Leaves
Norfolk 7 00 a in, S 35 a m a>>d 3 30 p n?
for Newport Newa.
For tlckuls and other information ap?
ply to E. W. RoBINSOJN, Ticket Agents
Newport News.
JOHN D. POTTS.
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agt.,
Richmond. Va.
?p HE NORFOLK & WASHING
X TON STEAMBOAT COMPANY.
The New and Powerful Iron Palace
Steamers Newport News, Washington
and Norfolk will leave dally as fol?
lows:
NORTH BOUND,
j Steamers leave Portsmouth, foot
of North street at. 5:00 p. m?
Leave Norfolk, foot of Mathews
street at .5:45 p. m.
Leave Old Point at . 8:45 p. m.
Arrive Washington at. 7:00 a. m.
B. &. O. R. R. PENN.. R. R.
Lv. Washington at.. 8:00 a m..8:00 a m
Ar. Philadelphia at.11:00 a m.10:50ana
Ar. New York at.. .. 1:25 p m..2:15pm
[ South bound, B. & O. R. R. Penn. R. R.
Lv. New Y'ork at_11:30 a m. .1:00 p m
Lv. Philadelphia at. 1:33 p m..3:18 p at
Ar. in Washington .. 4:30 p m..6:18 p m
Steamers leave Washington at 6:30pm
Arrive Fortiv^i Monroe at_7:00am
Arrive Norfottc at . 8:00am
?Arrive at Portsmouth at.8:30 a m
The trip down the historic Potomao
r.ver and Chesapeake Bay on the ele
I gant steamers of this company la un<
surpassed. The steamers are compar?
atively new, having been built In 1891,
I and are fitted up In the most luxuri?
ant manner, with electric lights, call
bell, and steam heat In each reon,
I The tables are supplied with every de?
licacy of the season from the markets
I of Washington and Norfolk.
For further information apply to
D. J. CALLAH&N. Agent.
Norfolk, Va
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
DAILY SERVICE BETWEEN
I NEW YORK AND VIRQINL&I
POINTS.
The elegant passenger steamship*
I Jamestown, Guyandotte, Princess Anna
I and Old Dominion leave New Yorls
every day except Sunday at 8:8(1
P. M-, for Norfolk and Newport News,
touching at Fortre3B Monroe on tba
j south bound tr.ip.
The ships of this line leave Norfolk
for New York direct every day except
j Sunday at 5:30 P. M.
A short, delightful and Invigorating
voyage.
FARES:
First-class, straight. Including meals
and berth .8 8.0*
First-class, round trip, Including
meals and berth . 818,00
Steerage, without subslstance.... 4.6ft
Steamer Luray arrives from Smlth
ield and leaves for Norfolk dally ex
?ept Sunday at 8:00 A. M. Returning
leaves Norfolk from Bay Line ?fldiarfi
I every day except Sunday at 3:00 P. M.
M. B. CROWELL Agent.
\ I ERCHANTS & MINERS TRAN3
I 31 PORTATION CO.'S. STEAMSHIP
LINES FOR BOSTON, PROVIDENCH
and BALTIMORE. . . ?
Leave Newport News, via Norfolk f?n
Boston every Monday.Wednesday and
Friday, sailing from Norfolk at 5:30 P.
d. Leaves for Providence Tuesdays,
?'riduys and Sundays at 5:30 P. M.
Leave Newport News for Baltlmor*
Mondays. Fridays, Saturdays and Sun?
day:' at 5 1". M., connecting for Wash
intton Philadelphia and New York
Fare to Baltimore, one way, |3; round
trip; $5, Including staturoom berth. Ac?
commodations and cuisine un?
equalled. Freight and passengers
taken for all points north and south.
For further Information ajmly to
L. C. SAUNDERl?*Agent.
Newport News, Va.
W. P. TURNBR, G. P. A.
J. C. WHITNEY, T. M.
General office. Baltimore. Ma.
T? HE STEAMER S. A, M'CALIi
J. will leave Newport News witB
both freight and passengers for Paters
burg every Monday, VVeanesday ana
Friday about 7:15 A. M? and will leavss
Newport News for Norfolk every Tuas*
day, Thursday and Saturday about 3:8s
P- M. ?, .
Will leave Norfolk every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 6:00 A. M,
I sharp. J- W. PHILLIPS.
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