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Sugar, an Old Time Favorite, Comes
to the Front. AMALGAMATED COPPER IS STRONG Annual Report Causes These Securi? ties to Forge Ahead?Frequent Fluctuation^ Arc Noted in Various Share's on the Exchange. (Ry Associated Press.) | NEW YORK. May Hi.?l-'roqucill ( fluctuations In prices Idd.iy Indlcciedl the unsettled and hesitatiu^ condition; of speculative sentluicnt In th? stock, ninrkel. Sugar was tho old line; fnvoritc i which was made especially prominent I .vitIi a degree of activity whic>l has not been seen for many months. The parallel movement in American IV?ot Sugar was made to give- a semblance oT important developments impending regarding trade relations, hut no an thentie Information was given out on the subject. There was a . ituilar movement In Amalgamated Copper and tho copper group. This was pro? fessedly based on the annual report of the Anaconda Mining Company! The money outlook was the subject of earnest consideration in th ? liehl of the borrowing by the Pennsylvania Coin puny yesterday or jsft.OIMMHM) for eighteen mouths on a basis of rather more than 5 per cent'. Knuds in the time loan market were reported abun? dant and mil readily loadable at I B-4 per cent., for periods up to six months. The marke) continued to show ir? regularity throughout tho day. hut last prices were about the best and the closing was firm. Chicago Grain Market. CHICAGO, lid... May HI.-?Reports or rust in the wheat fields or Okla? homa ami Texas Imparted a strong lone today lo the local wheat market. the .1 lily option closing with a net gain i?r .'!-1. Corn was up :!? I. Oats were :i-Sal-2 higher and provisions were iifi 2 1-2 to 7 1-2. The opening ami closing figures of the leading futures ranged :m? follows: Wheat No. 2: May _ s;t 811 1 2 July _ 80 :m 81 1-tiiSl :t-S Sept. ... 7S 7-Sa7"i 7? I-In7!i 3-S Corn No. 2: May ... IS 1-2 43 .Inly _ IG l-2alfi 5-8 47 I S Sept. ... Iii |-2a4ti 5 8 17 I S Oats No. 2: May _ :i:: 7-8 3.1 I I July .. . :tl! n32 1-8 32 ". !'n32 1 2 Sept. . . 211 7-Sa:tu 30 .-4a30 .'IS Baltimore Produce Market. BALTIMORE, MD.. May Hi. ?Flour firm anil unchanged; . Wheat, firm: spot conlracl: S7 1-2a 87 3-1: soul hern by sample. 72aSfi. Corn, firmer: spot. 55 3-la?t!; south? ern white orn. 55a?0 I 2. Oats rinner: No. ?? while, .".It \ '2. Rye easier; No. 2 western. Ol". 1-2 a<57. t Duller steady and unchanged; fan cy Imitation, ISalD; do. crcarriory;' 20' a22. Eggs, firm and unchanged. 10 1-21 New York Money Market. NEW YORK, May 10.---Money on call easy. I)a3 1-2 nor cent.ruling rate.*;! 1-4; closing bid, 3; ottered at 5. Time loans steady; sixty days and ninety days. 4 l-2a l 3-1 roi cent. Six inoirhs, 4 3-la?. Prime mercan? tile papu'. Da5 1-2 per cent. Sterling exclnngo soft. 4S".'.'.'a IS?.30 for do inaiel an I al 4s'2al42.0r> for f*xty da;/ bills. Pojreii rat's. IS.! and -ISO 1 2. Coma-erclal bill.--. Ii! iM-'.M 7 8. Hik silver, tili .VS MuxLun de'iiirs, C>0 3-'4. When a linn In Wfn?r?. According to experiments with the dynnmouieter. a miiu is precisely at bis weakest when he turns out of bed. Our muscular force Is greatly Increas? ed by breakfast, but It attains to its highest point after the midday meal. It then sinks for a few hours, rtsea Hgaln toward evening, hut steadily de? clines from night to morning. Tin chief foes of muscular force are over work and Idleness. Cntn I II.,- I'crfuinea. A cat characteristic little recognized even by lovers of the sinuous pets Is Intense love of perfume. The keenness of 9ceut so useful to pussy kins In her hunt lug a vocation makes her quick to detect and recognize the fnigrauco of natural Mowers mid toilet preparations, dud; unlike the dog, which will detect in n moment the scent a fleeted by mas? ter or mistress without evincing any pleasure save that of associated Ideas, the cat reaNy enjoys the sweet itself. Sensitiveness to Bwcet odors varies la Individual felines, and some nnlmnU show n decided preference for violet fragrnuce over that of rose powder, for example; but, generally speaking, tin pedigreed Agrippiuus or thoso having * strain of Perslnn or Angora aro most keenly alive to odors of Araby.?New York Press. A Ulli In Three Word*. In the probate division of the London county court Sir Gorcll Barnes wna asked lo admit to probate the will of Frederick Thorn of Anieshury avenue,' Strentham, who died leaving property valued at $1.000. A day or so before be died, counsel stated. Mr. Thorn had a paralytic stroke. He asked for n piece of paper, and they gave mi en? velope to him. He wrote on the hnck of It, in the presence of his wife and two of his children, "All to mother. F. T." This was witnessed by Arthur Thorn nnd Percy Thorn. The-wlll was |hnuded up to his lordship, who remark? ed that It was probably the shortest one on record. It wns duly executed nnd witnessed and he therefore pro? nounced for It. Dranknriln In Tni-lcry. The Turks hnve n singular mnnner tt regulating drunkenness. If a Turk overtnken with wine falls down In the rtreet nnd is arrested by the gunrd bs Is sentenced to the lmslitinilo. This punishment Is repeated us fur as the third offense, after which he is regard? ed as Incorrigible nnd called "imperial drunkard" or "privileged drunkard." If he Is then arrested be has ouly to name himself, mention bis lodging, pay he Is a ''privileged drunkard." Ho Is released and sent to sleep upon Uio hot ashes of the baths. OFFICIAL RANGE OF STOCKS. Corrected Dally by H. E. Boykln. ff Stocke, Bonda, Cotton, Grain, Etc., Room 2, Braxton Building. Open. High. Low. Close. Anaconda. 269 27:"? 207 ? 275 All I s-C halm era . 21 1-4 Amalgamated Copper . 109 1 2 110 7-8 108 ;M HO 7-8 American Car and Foundry. 41 1-2 41 3-4 41 1-2 11 3-4 American Cotton Oil. 32 American Locomotive . 67 5-8 OR 1-2 07 3-8 OS 1-2 American Smelting. 1571-8 157 1-2 156 157 1-2 American Sugar. 134 1 2 138 i..t 1-4 137 5-8 Atchlson ._ Kit SO 3-8 88 1-4 SO 1-4 ? Atchlson, ? preferred .- ?- ? Atlantic Coast Lin.. Baltimore & Ohio. 107 5-8 107 7-8 107 3-8 U>7 7-8 Brooklyn Rapid Transit._ 84 1-8 84. 7-8 S4 84 1-2 Canadian Pacific._ 1003-8 1C0 18 160 3-8 160 7-8 Chesapenko & Ohio. 59 1-8 50 1-1 58 7-8 50 1-4 Chicago Great Western ._ III 5-8 10 3-1 10 1-2 10 3-1 Chicago, MIL & St. Paul._ 167 1-2 100 1-2 16(1 78 169 1-2 Colorado Fuel and Iron. 50 7-8 51 3-8 50 1-4 51 3-8 Distillers' SecurltloB ._ ni 7-S 64 61 1-2 6.1 1-2 Erie._ 43 3-8 43 3-8 13 43 3 8 Brie, first preferred ._ 78 l-l Illinois Central.-,- _ Louisville & Nashville. 141 1-4 115 |-2 144 115 12 Manhattan.-. Metropolitan Street Railway .. _ Metropolitan Street Ry. Securltleo. Mef lean Central . 23 I S 23 1-2 22 7-8 23 1-4 M. K. A T. 33 7-S 33 7 8 33 3-8 33 3-8 M. K. & T.. preferred. 68 5-8 Missouri Paclflo . fi-l 1-4 04 5-8 03 3-4 04 5-8 National Lead . 81 1 4 81 5-8 80 3-4 SO 7-8 New York Central._ 140 3-4 J 41 12 140 3.? 140 1-2 N. Y., O. & W._ 51 51 1-8 50 7-8 51 I S Norfolk ft. W*! 1 em._ 00 1-4 90 1-2 90 90 1-2 Pacific MaC. 38 Pennsylvania ._ 125 1-4 135 5-8 134 3-4 135 5-8 Feople'B Gas. . ? Tressed Steel Car . 51 51 14 51 51 1-s neadlng._ 129 1-2 130 3-8 128 3-4 130 3-8 Republic Iron r.nd Steel . 29 . 28 3-4 Republic Iron and Steel, preferred. 101 101 1-2 101 101 Rock Island. 26 20,1-8 20 20 Rock Isiaifd, pre*! rred . Bloss Sbefttcld..'. 79 79 1 4 Southern Pacific . 66 66 1-4 65 3-4 66 1-8 Southern Railway . 37 7-8 38 37 3-4 37 7-8 Southern Railway, preferred . - -- Tennessee Coal and Iron.-? -;? Texas & Pacific*.-?? -. - Unlou Pacific . 149 1-4 150 7-8 14S 7-8 150 3-4 United States Rubber .;. 50 50 49 3-4 50 United States Steel . 41 1 8 41 1-2 41 41 1-2 United States Steel, preferred . 105 1-2 106 105 10? Virginia-Carolina Chemical. 42 1 4 42 1-8 Virginia Carolina Chemlca>, proferr#1. *Wabash. 21 %Vabash, preferred . 46:3-4 Western Union Telegrapb Compsn*.._ D2 5-8 New York Cotton Market. May. it.43 11.50 11.43 11.50 July. 11.22- 11.28 11.20 11.27 October .? ...< . 10.70 10.7o 10.69 10.75 December r.-.. ^tt.?..?- 10.70 10.75 10.69 10.74 WI M, AHOY!' SAYS PRESIDENT! Then He Tows Motor Boat Marin? er Off Chirograph!) Docks and Gives Him" Harbor License. SISTER SIGNALLED FOR HELP I "Fresh Inspector Guy" Got Skipper Perilously Near Breakers with | Problems to be Answered in Writ? ing. But It all Ends Well for He has Good Friends. Thal "Jim" Muess, or No. 72? Wil liow avenue. Brooklyn, has his license to navigate his motor hont is due to a sympathy that President Hooscvelt has for poor handwriting. "Cnp'n Jim" knows all a lion i llie harbor of New York. He knows it and its currents and its shallows as the skipper or lite new automobile 'bus in Plfth avenue knows the rips and ed? dies along every new course in the avenue charted out by Commissioner Bingham. "Cap'n Jim" can handle a motor boat too. He can cut under the stern of a ferryboat and stand on his head in the wash and al the same time keep clear ot a liner outward bound under the jingle with a couple of acres of suds astern, lb- can skin around the piers, too. and make the best time of illy launch of his power from the Sou'west Spit to Spuytcn nuyvi) ?k. He can do more stunts with that motor boat than any Wliltchuud torpedo that, ever left a tube. And he's got a big advantage over the tor? pedo, tor "Jim" always reaches Ills lest inatlon. Jibes Before the Pen. Mill there were some Hille odds ami mis dial always Imther "Cap'n Mm." One of them was handwriting. He could tell you all about the air valve and tin; injector and the hitc<d gear, and il didn't lake him a week to tell whether be could clear the low boat with the siring of hay barges ist er n. Hut when it came down to hard labor at pen and ink. "Cap'n Jllll"| was caught attack with topmast stun s'ls but. Even at writing his own name he made a North river jibe of it every lime ami something fetched away. There was nlways heavy weather when "Cap'n Jim" got out the Inkpot. Still, when he heard that it was 'ill)" to him to gel out bis papers for the launch, and rumors of an exam? ination reached bis ears be wasn't worried a bit. and when the "'fresh in? spector guy" came around he showed that astonished mariner several Illings | about motor launches that he never I suspected bet?re. 'I'm willing to admit," said the in Ispector, "that tnc Marguerite II. Is the I only acrobatic motor boat on the AI lantic coast. You're the 'Charley Barn.' as you might say. or the North river. Still, lhe;o'? something elsei coming to you ye-. You've get to pass] an examination i't your own handwrit? ing. It's the law " Every Sail Blanketed. This was something that "Cap'n .11 in" hadn't foreseen and il blanketed every sail he hoisted. But he held bet? as straight as he could and worked her nrnutid through all the sixteen ques? tions, like bucking a bet I title hi the Gate/ Then ho iinvc to and sent In his answers. Out >il~ .ho whole sixhvn problems he got only seven right, al? though only four were entirely wrong.] But ''Cap'n Jim" was rar from I shipwrecked. There were breakers [under his ice, but ho wasn't dragging any. ills sister. Mrs. H. C. Schwab, who keeps bouse for hint, said she'd fix il up all right! So she wrote to the President, saying how ''Cap'n Jim" had frit got ten more than any one else knew about the finesse of motor boats and thai he couldn't even write Iiis own name as well as Chaoo in-the Hippo? drome. In short, she -said the rocks I under his lee were solely the rocks | of chirography. The I-resldenl's heart opone.l at the appeal, for his own nlcctv of st.ilc would never pass the. Spencer! vi stan? dard, and an easier method was de vised h>r the demonstration of "Ca:*'n Jim's" abilities ,1= master or launches. So now this able seaman hr.s in his possession the p "mission given him by Uncle Sain la navigate ii's iiltlc ship where'er ho 11* Is :n the wato "S o( [New York harbor.?Nc.v York Herald.| i Enxfer In the Knrlr Chnrch, The proper time for the celebration of Easier occasioned no little contro? versy In the early church, the groat mass of the eastern Christians cele? brating tic ."icisi upon the fourteenth day of the first Jewish month, or moon, the date of the Passover. The west em Christians celebrated it on Uta Siindrfy following the fourteenth day, claiming that this mote nearly com? memorated the resurrection of Christ. In 325 the council of Nice decided In favor of the western usage nnd brand? ed the eastern custom as the "quarto declmen heresy." In the Public Eye? the fine Confectioneries sold at Kirk man's 2f.l7 Washington Avenue. Kohlluins' obi stand. my Hi-fit Renls n specialty. \V. E. S. VAUGHN &, CO.. 2900 Washington avenue. 5-13-tt SALT METHODS. fia the MarMhea of Hie Kongo and at t'tnli'n Urcat l.nUt*. One of tin; siylils of the Great Salt Inke of Utah, developed by the prog? ress of RcicnUlic Industry, Is I ho syu tcni of iuuucnse salt making ponds on the shore of the lajvo. At Saltalr the Jake water Is pumped Into u great set? tling basin, where the Impurities fall to the bottom and, containing much Iron, form a reddish deposit, h'roli) this basin (lie water Is drawn off intii ''harvestlug ponds" averaging tiu.eo.l square yards in area and six Inches In depth. Tho ponds are kept supplied with water, as the evaporation cuts on from May to September, when lite salt harvest(|iugiits. Tho water having dis? appeared, a dazzling layer of salt two or three inches thick is found covering tho bottom of the ponds, which Is bro? ken up with plows before being con? veyed to tho mills, where the Until crushing and winnowing are dune. In general the salt marshes of the Kongo region represent a kind of pock? et or rift in the soil. They are to ho found in considerable numbers la Iba district of Siiinhnlt, and there are nls.Q. many of these marshes on the left bank of the river l.ufubu. The walls of the rift show first a layer of hlacy Ir.h clay mixed with sand and contain? ing numerous quart/, and silos pel) bios or more exceptionally black mitt White shells, fragments of oyster nil'' mussel. Then comes a layer of strut* tied and gray blue schist. The soil of tbc depression also contains schist as the greater constituent and Is covered by a layer of sandy clay. In order to collect the salt the natives dig a fun? nel shaped hole from six to ten feet deep. The cavity soon fills tip with a warm and clear water, which Is strongly charged with salt. It comes up with considerable pressure, and tho liquid seems to boil. The salt Is partly precipitated at the bottom of the cav? ity and mixes with the soli to form ?a blackish mud. The latter Is washed out with hot water to extract the salt, which is then crystallized from the so? lution. The product which is thus olr lalned is ?f a salty gray color, and Its taste is more alkaline than Unit of Ifiu ropean salt. Why lie \Vn? rCmliurrniiaen. AivattraotlVB and altogether ''bbnujf* young ?Stsiiiesa woman came ta Phil? Qdelphia vrltli a large stock of proprie? ty and a small amount of practical knowledge <u' the world to carve out her fortnne after passing her girlhood days In Edinburgh anil London. Al? though without any undue amount of self consciousness or egotism, sho la sometimes annoyed by the very evi? dent admiration she attracts In public places. The oilier day while dining in a restaurant she fancied that the man opposite was preparing to SpCIlk tuber. , as lie glanced her way and Seemed to be making up his mind t ? open u con? versation. The young woman assumon a most frigid air ami looked as unap? proachable as the aretic pole. Tho man es he left the table made one more half hearted attempt to speak, blushed red to his ears, then hurried away. When the young woman finished her lunch? eon and called fur her check tho wait? ress amazed her by exclaiming: "Why, I though: .veil were with that gentle? man. I put your check and bis togeth? er." The bill had manfully been set? tled.?Philadelphia Record. The Art ?f Crom F.vniHlnntlon. A Devonshire architect was a witness In a county court dispute as to "ancient lights." The gentleman in qucstiou de? posed that the light alleged to have boon diminished was really as good as ever, and In proof of his assertion ho said he went to the locus In quo with a very small print book nud could read It easily. Up rose counsel In cross examination, ami the following dialogue ensued: "Hnvo you It?" Witness?Yes. "What is It?Hie New Testament." ?'What part of it did you read?" Wit? ness?"Woe unto you also, ye lawyer." (St. Luke xl, 40.) Amid laughter the cross examination rnme to n speedy dose?? Sheffield Inde? pendent. IlnlUliiit; TfnnUn. Do Garry?Why is It that when a fel low Is alone with a girl ho loves they seldom play cards? Merrltt?Recnuse if they did ?be would have to hold hor own liRtid. "Some men don' worry." said TTncli, Elben, " 'cnuse (ley's got too much sense, and other* don' worry 'cause dey nln' got sense enough."?Washing? ton Slur. Made Happy for Life. Orcnt happiness came Into the home of S. C. Blair school superinten? dent, at St. Albans. W. Va.. when his little daughter was restored from the dreadful complaint he names. Hy says: '"My little daughter had St. VI tus' Dance, which yielded to no treat? ment but grew steadily worse until as a last resort we tried ISIectrlc Hitlers; and I rejoice to say. three bottles cf fectcd a complete cure." Quick, sure cure for nervous complaints, general debility, femnle weaknesses, Impover? ished blood nud malaria. Guaranteed by W. Rlnir Langhorne's drug si ore. price 50c. tu.th su H. E. BOYKIN Jjty?rn 2, inxton SulWlnn, 2711 Washington Avc. Bonds, Stock?. Cotton. Grain and Provisions bought nnd sold outright, or carried rn '. arg In. Private wires to New Terk ?nd Chicago. Correspond? ents M. J. 8agn ?V Co., Now York. TRANSPORTATION GU1D? ANCHOR LINE GLASGOW and LONDOHOERRYI Sailing l!rom New York Every Saturday KKW TWIN HI'RKW STKAMSliiril "CALEDONIA" and "COLUMBIA" AverciKo Passage 7 1-2 bay*. ANI' KAVORITK STKAMSllH'fl "Astoria" and "Furnessla" Kur Rsteii i>r suIokii, Second fabln i?r Third ! Class I'aftnKc, iiuok in* Tours sutl Kurl her tutor um nun Apply tu IIKNIIKKSON URO I II KUS, New York ?r JAMKSSCUIMOKOUR. Newport Nuws, Vh. | SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. SHORT LIN-I TO PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THU SOUTH AND 80UTHWK8T. FLORIDA, ?DBA TEXAS, CALIFORNIA AND MBXICO, REACHING THJ? CAPITALS OY SU | STATES. Schedule In effect July U, 1S>&?. Route. | No. 41. I No. M. LT Norfolk .I ?:89am| 8:34. nm| (via Ferry* | Lr Portsmouth ..I 9:15 am] 8:19??] Lv Suffolk . ?:54*m| ?:39nm Ar Lewiston N. C.| 1:00 pm|. Lv Weldon .|ll:66amjll.S0pid| lit Henderson ..| 2:10 pm| 1:40am] Lv Raleigh Ar Southern Pines Ar Hamlet ... Ar Wilmington Ar Charlotte 8:25 a a. 6.38 am S:4Gam 12:45 p m I .|10.45pm|10.0aau 4:00 p m 6: Id p m 7:30 p m Lv Hamlet .|l0:15pm| 6:41am Lv Columbia .. . .112: JO a mllO.OG a m Ar AugiiBta .. Ar Savannah . : Ar Jacksonville Ar Tampa .... Lv Hamlet, N. ( Ar Athens ..... Ar Atlanta .... Ar Birmingham 4:46 am 8:55a m 2:20 pm S: r,0 p m .) 6:86 p m . 110:15 p m ,| 6:03 a m .| 7. <o . m ?I.I Ar Macon. Ar Montgomery . Ar Mobile. Ar New Orleans. 11:10am 6:26 p m I Ar Chattanooga ..| 1:00 pro! 9 i Ar Nashville -1 6:55 p ml 6: Ar Memphis .| 8:45 a m[ I 86 a m 20 pm 22 p m 40 p m 26 p m 20 a m 20 p m 66 a m 16 a m 05 p m 40 a m 46 p m Suffolk f. Carolina R. K. train en route fron. Elizabeth City, N. O, aud Intermediate points arrive Portsmouth 10:16 a. in., dally; returning leaves 'ortsmouth, 4:55 p. in., except Bun UJ. Sunday. 7:00 ?. m. Connections at Jacksonville and Tampa for all Florida East Ooaet Points, Cuba and Porto Rico. Only line out of Norfolk oper*U?a through sleeper to Charlotte, N. 6. No. 82 arrives at Portsmouth dally at 8:00 a. m. No. 88 arrives at Port.montfi fi&Mly at I:St 9. In. B. m. HHOWH. ft.. Passenger Agent, cor. Mala tun? Qran by Sts., NetQ iltlonUa Betel Bldf.. Norfolk. Vft. SOUTHERN RAILWAY DOUBLE DAILY 8CIIBDULII TO ALL POINTS SOUTH AND WEST. THROUGH PULLMAN CAB TO CHARLOTTE. IN EFFECT JANUARY 25. 190?. Lv. Newport Nowe I | S. ft O. R'y.I 7:40am [5:86 pin Vr. lorfolk .I 8:80 a m 16:26 p m 9:10 a. m.?Dally. Local for Suffolk, Franklin, Emporla, Danville and In? termediate stations. Closo connec? tions made at Danvllh? with fast through trains carrying Pullman sleeping cars and through coaches to all points South and West 0:30 a. m.?Dally. Local to Clarks vlllc, Oxford, Durham and Interme? diate stations. Arrive Durham 6:36 p m. 7:30 p. m.?Dally. Fast Express train for alt points South and West, carry? ing through Pullman sleeping car to Charlotte. 7:30 p. in.?Dally except Sunday, for Durham and Intormodlale stations. Trains arrive Norfolk 8:36 a. m. and 6:35 p. m. Cltj Picket Office, 96 Granby Street, (Montlcello Hotel.) 8TANTON CURTIS, Passenger Agent, Norfolk, Va. H. B. SPENCER, confirm Manager. W. H. TAYLOE, G. P. A.. Washington, O. C. STEAMSHIP COMPANIES. Old Dominion Line DAILY SERVICE ?j^ KOR NEW YORK?From Company's Wharf, Nor- I^^V. folk, every wcok day, at ]! '-^ fv , 7:00 p. m. ? FA RE?First class, one way. 38.00. meals and stateroom, berth included Round Irlp, limit thirty days, 311.00. SLcerage, without subsistence, $5. Tickets on sale at C. & O. Railway Ticket Office. NIGHT LINE BEWEEN NEWPORT NEWS AND RICHMOND Steamers Brandon and Berkley leave Pier "A" 8:30 every evening, passengers only. Steamer Hampton will leave Pier "A" dally except. Sunday, nl 0 a. m , going tc Norftdk. and at 4:30 p. m., going 'jn S'nlthflold. Steamer Acc.o mac will ''i'jvo Pier "A" ditiiy, except Sunday at ? a. in., going lo Siuithflotd .nd about 2:30 p. in., going lo Nor? folk. All business between New York and Newport News trammcted at Pier 6. All business between Newport News, Norfolk. Smtthfiold and local points transacted at Pier '"A," fool u? Tweuty-flflh street. JOHN NICHOL. Acting General Agent. IT. B. WALICKJL Vlce-Prea. ami Traffic. Man, TRANSPORTATION GUI DK. Norfolk and Newport News Express. PINE BEACH ROUTE. Ift?l'.fl IN EFFECT APRIL 29, 1906. ' ^ Subject to ehnngo without notice.-. Leave Norfolk for Newport News? 7.30 n. m.f 9.00. 10.30. 12.00 M.. 1.30 ?. m., .1.00. 4.30. COO. 7.30, ?10.00. ? - Leave Shipyard Newport Ncwa for Norfolk?6.45 a. in., 8.45. lo.ir>. 11.41. I. 15 p. m.. 2.15. 4.15. 5.45. 7.15, ?9.45. ?Saturday and Sunday only. j QUO. W. HATCH. Supt.. T Norfolk, Va. II. II. CARR, Gon'l Mgr., Hampton, V? Chesapeake & Ohio Railway HOURS THE QUICKEST LINE See TO. W. Robinson, Agent C. * O. Ry. Hcforo Arranging for your trip. Through Trains Testlbulod, Bloctrle Lighted, Stenm Heated, Dining Cars a La Carte through the grandest scenery ICnat ot the Rocky Mountains. For Richmond, Cincinnati, Indiana polls, St. Loula, Chicago, Louie vllle, Nashville, Memphis, West and Southwest: ? 10:10 A. M., and 5:25 P. M. dally. Local for Richmond and Jarnos fllvet Points: 7:40 A. Mi, Dully. Local for Richmond: ? '?J 5:40 P. M., Dally - * ? Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Company The new and powerful Iron Palae* steamers, Newport News, Washington and Norfolk will leave dally aa toV Iowb:, NORTHBOUND. Leave Portsmouth, foot of North street . 1:69 9 9 Leave Norfolk, foot of Wa? ter street . ji gfl Leave Old Point Comfort.. 7:9* *0 Arrive In Washington.... 7:*taai Arrive In Philadelphia. renn. R. R.??lt:I0aa Arrive In Philadelphia, B. ft o. r. it.??ii:ioam Arrlvo In New York, Penn. R. R. ??1:18 a a Arrlvo In New York B. ?V O. R. R.. . "lift 9 n SOUTHBOUND. Lv. Now York, Penn. R. R. *18:0OaM Lv. New York. B. & O. R. R. ?l :00pm Lv. Philadelphia, Ponn.R.R. S: 51) pin Lv. Phlla. B. & O. R. It. 1:08 p m Ar. Washington, Ponn. R.R. 6:10pm Ar. Washington, B.& O.R.R. ??5:00 pro l.v. Washington . *6:30?m Ar. Old Point Comfort.... *7:00am Ar. Norfolk .? ?8:00 8 0? Ar. Portsmouth . 08:3Oaaa ? Dally. ?? Dally except Sunday. The trip down the historic Potomse Rlvor and Chesapeake Bay on the ele? gant steamers o" this company la un? surpassed. The Btoamor8 are compara? tively new, having heen built In 1891, and aro fitted up In the most luxuriant manner with electric lights. Call kail and st can. heat in orcIi room. The ta? ble? tre supplied with every delicacy of tho season from the market? at Washington nnd Norfolk. Far tickets, reservation of staterooms and further Information apply to D. J. CALLA HAN. Agent Norfolk. Merchants' & Miners' Transportation Co.'s Steamship Linea for Boston, Pr?vE> ?Jenes and Baltimore, Leave Nowport Mows, via Norfolk*, for Boston every Tuesday. Wednes dny, Friday and Sunday. Leaves for Provldenco evory Monday, Thursday aiuf Saturday, a&lllng from Norfolk at 6:00 p. m. Leave Nowport New? for Baltimore: dally, except Tuesday and Wednesday, at t! p. m., connecting for Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. Faro to Bnltimnre, one way, 98.09; round trip, 15.00, including stateroom berth. Aceommodatlcne and ealilna unoqualled. Freight and pnsnengora taken for al! points North ami South, Steamers leave Baltimore, foot of Long Dock, daily, promptly at 6 p. m. Only lino running a Sunday eteamef between Nowport Nows and Baltimore. For further Information apply to D. R. McNEHLL, Agent. Nowport News. Va. W. P. TURNER. C?. P. A. J. C. WIIITNIOY, A. D. BTRBBlNI) 2d V.-P. & T. M. Clon't Mgr. Ueuoral Offices, Baltimore, Md, Clyde Steamship Co. ttcamrii to Philadelphia j MONDAY, THURSDAY, ana 1 SATURDAY. 1 Balling from Philadelphia, A TUESDAY, THURSDAY IM ; SATURDAY. 1 Freight received and delivered dal's, at C. ft O. Pier No. 6. OfRca, *lv?i Road. JAS. W. McOABJRICV, . fltn. Southern Agl Dally Press "Want Ads" Srln(| tlw Desire? n tsuits.