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mSSSSSSSSSSi VIRGINIA LEAGUE Results Yesterday. Portsmouth Danvlllo, no game, rain. Roanoko. (tirst Kann-). Norfolk, 1. Ronnokc, (second K?me), *J; Nor? folk. I. kiuliinond, 2; Lynchburg 5. Club Standing. Clulis? Won Lost JVt.| Norfolk . 4Ii ::ii .501 Richmond . 42 -Ii .500 Dnnvlllo . II 43 .5001 Roanoko . IU 42 .5001 Lyhchbiirg . 41 II .IN2 Portsmouth . ::t; 45 .444.1 Games Today. Danville al Portsmouth. Lynchbtirg at Riclimnnd. Norfolk at Roanoko. NATIONAL LEAGUE Results Yesterday. Chicngo, 2; Philadelphia, n. Cincinnati, 2; Brooklyn, (>. si l.ouis, 3j lloslon, u. l'itlsburg, Hlrst guuic), i!; York, l. l'itlsburg, (second game), 0; York, 7. ? Club Standings. Club? Won Lost Pct.| Chicago . 7:i .73' l'itlsburg . r.7 ::s .cot Now York . ."i7 30 .50 Philadelphia . 51 Ii .ri.r. Brooklyn . 45 54 .451 Cincinnati . 44 r?."> .4441 Boston . :is r.s .:t:io| St. Loula .24 78 .: Games Today. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. New York al l'itlshurg. Philadelphia at Chicago. Boston at St Louis. Cub-j Win Fine Fielding Game. Chicago, ills., Aug. Chicago defeated Philadelphia today in a fine lii liliiig game, one run being scored on a hit batsman and a safe bit. Score: H.H. E. Chicago .. 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 x?2 G 0 Phllad'phia o u n o u o u ti 0?0 - n Balleries: Reulbach and Morau: Moron and Dooln. Time 1:2S. lTin plros. Carpenter ami Riglcr. f ?' Giants Beat Pirates Twice. P1TTSBURO, PA., August S.?New York today defeated l'ittsbiirg in both game:; of a double-header by hard hit? ting. The second game was limited to seven innings by agreement. Score: First game? rt.H. b. Flushing _ooinninin?:t a 2 New York _010120,000?i S 2 Lccver, Lolfcld and Pholps; Mntthowson, McGliintly ami Brcsriii hau. Time l:G0; Umpires O'Day ami Klein. Second game? R. U.E. Pillshurg .000000*?0 :t 0 New York .100 0 0 0 0?7 C 1 DilggleUy, Cam 11 list and Qlbson; Wilts,- and Grosnalian. Time 1:25. Umpires Kleni ami O'Day. Reds Couldn't Find Stricklett CINCINNATI, OHIO. August 8. Conkley was hit hard today and re-1 reived poor support. Stricklett was] at his best with men on bases. R. II. E.) Cincinnati _200 000000?2 s :: Brooklyn .2031 000 0 0?0 15" 1 Conklcy and McLean; Stricklett mid Bergen. Time 2:05. Umpire Johnston. Karger Held Boston. ST. LOUIS, MD.. August 8.?Kar? ger was In good form today allowing Boston hut two hits. Score: R. II. E. st. Louis .ii no on 10*?:: 7 21 Boston .11 0 0 0 0 0 0 n 0?0 2 Karger and Marshall; Horner and I Neodham, Time 1:47. Umpire Enis-| lie. I AMERICAN LEAGUE Results Yesterday. Washington, 2; Cleveland, 4. Philadelphia, Detroit, ;.. New York. 6; St. Louis, f>. Boston, (lirst gamp), 0; Chicago, 1. Boston, (second game, -I; Chicago, fi. Standing of the Clubs. Chili? Won Lost Pet Detroit . r.s 36 .017 Chicago . 61 40 .604 Philadelphia . 67 3S .600 Cleveland . 50 43 &UU New York . I". M ,489 Boston . I" >r>?' .417 St. Louis. :t;> r-7 .40? Washington . -i? tJt .'.hi Games Today. St. Um Is ut New York. Detroit at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Washington. Chicago at Boston, Tigers Retain First Place. PHILADELPHIA, t?A., Aug. 8.?De? troit defeated Philadelphia by hitting Plank hard in the third ' Inning. Heere: It. II. E. Dot roll ... 00-1 ?) n n o " l?"> V Phlliiil'phin o 0 a o o o 0 U 3?3 ? 3 Haiteries: Mulllll and Payne: Plank. Dygort and Powers. Umpires, Hurst and Stafford. Time J hours Chccbro Driven from Box. NEW YORK. Aug. H.?St. Louis 4)y balling Cliesbro out of the box in tho seventh lulling tied the score, but the locals won In the eighth oil single and a triple. Seen-: St. Louis ...0 0 0 o n o G o n?r. sol New York .0111 0 2 0 1 x?li HI It | Haiteries: Powell and Spencer: Cliesbro, Newton and Klolnow. Time 2:05. Umpire, O'Loughlln. Chicago and Boston Split Even BOSTON. MASS., August s. Before an immense crowd Chicago and Bos? ton broke even in a double header to? day. Tho homo team won the first | game by free bait lug. Score: First game? R. U.E. Boston .200 200 2 0*?0 12 I Chicago .0 100000 00?1 0 0 Winter and Crigor; Smith and Sul? livan. Time i:ri"- Umpire Connolly. Second game? r. ii. B. Chicago .o n on n n n r, n?i; i; :: Boston .0 0 001300 0?1 11 <'. | Walsh. White and McFnrlnnd; Mor gan. PrUitt and Shaw. Time \l hours. Umpire Connelly. Cleveland Couldn't Find Falkenberg. WASHINGTON, l>. ('.. August S ? Hilkenborg held Cleveland to three hits ami Btmck out eleven batsmen to? day, hut two errors enabled the visi? tors to will, Score: R. II. E. Washington ..00 1 00 1 0 0 0?2 S 2 Cleveland ....01000 0 2 01?I :i 2 Fnlkchborg and I ley don; Rboades and Clarke. Time 1:45. Umpires Sheridan and Evans. ALONG THE BASE LINES. ^ Lew Drill, tho catcher once with the Washingtons, Is making good as man? ager In Pueblo and has done better with the team than any one for u long time. Manager McGraw notes Improve meiit in the work of bis new Infielder, I Ijirry Doyle, every day. In his first ten games with the Giants Doyle hit | close to the ,400 mark. Hal Chase, with his right arm up in a sling, met Jack Warner, with his right thumb done up in a sling yes? terday. The disabled athletes ex? changed condolences as they grasped hands with (heir sound members, ('base says be expects to be back In the game in three weeks.?New York Sun. Ted Sullivan, representing Charles Comlskey of the Chicago While Sox, has closed a deal with the manage? ment of the Procporl Baseball Asso? ciation for u twenty days' option on Pitcher .lack Warbop, conceded lo be tho star pitcher of the Wisconsin State League. The option is to con? tinue until August 20. It would be an achievement for Jennings to turn out a pennant win? ner the first year ns manager of a big league club, and to think thai he would win with almost Identically the same team that Rill Armour could get no further up the pennant ladder than third place. And Bill was lucky to finish third at that. Arthur Hlldebrnnd, the famous Princeton University pitcher and tackle foe, two seasons on Camp's all American eleven, ban flatly refused to join the Yankees, to whom be was sold by Washington, and has- signed a contract with ".lake" Stahl s South Chicagos. Ho intends making Chica? go his home. I "They call Griffith foxy." says one of the Detroit club plnyers. "Well, maybe lie Is, hui it makes me weary to hear him moan about bard luck about thai game In which .lack Chen I to held us lo two bits. Griffith lost the game himself by his mismanage? ment of it. Dili you notice how many ho bad on first? Did you notice bow many limes hq throw away his chances. Ho kept Bonding men down I? second to sleal. and Schmidt kept turning the in hack.'1 Toronto und Buffalo are making the holiest kind of a race in the Kastei n LcugUO. At the beglunlug of tito (BOU son the dlSOn rooters were howling for Manager McAllister's scalp, hut that young man has made a great Showing to hold Toronto as lie has done. It Is due only to major longUO material thai Joe Kolloy has been en abled to remain In front. No mutter how the race turns out, there will be lots of glory for McAllister. The fllnchmnn who is playing the outfield for Cleveland was with Co? lumbus last season. He once hud a trial witli Cincinnati, but Cleveland secured him for his good showing in Columbus hist season. The Infielder played with his brother on the llloii. (N. Y.I team, and this season played with Blnghamtoti. lie has shown good speed and promises very well indeed. Kor a beginner in major league company lie has acquitted him? self most creditably. Thoney still keeps Iiis batting lu? vend the .350 mark?301 'twas in ~:> games, .333 for Joe Kolley, .'-'07 for Carrlgan (farmed to Toronto by the Boston Americans), .L".rj for Schlufl.v. Third Basoman Louden of the Dal? las club of the Texas League has been sold to the New York American League Club. The price is said to he $1.500. Loudcii Is to join the New Yorks early In September. The New York Americans are ncgo Hating for Bell, center fielder of the Butte, Mont., team. In two games til Seattle Saturday he got eight clean hits out of nine times at bat. Among tin- Im were two home runs. In seven games last week ho mndo seventeen hits. A peculiar accident happened In :? game at Westfiehl. Mass.. the otllOrl day. A boy was watching the game froth the side lines when the catcher started for a four. The boy lay down on the grass lo allow Hie catcher to step over him. The spike In the Ca Ichor's shoe struck the youth's head and tore a gash In the scalp six Inches long. The purchase of ? Sid" Smith by the Athletics, says Hie Cleveland Dress, is a well deserved boost. The Atlanta backstop is the best in Ilm I.MSlnOSS, in the opinion of the Southern Leaguers. When you consider the success I hat the owners of the American LongttU clubs have had in building up other money-making business in their Indi? vidual other lines, it isn't so astonish trig that half of the clubs In the or? ganization should be so good that no? body can name the winner. At last It lias been clearly settle I that Player Thoney of Toronto, the highest-priced minor league player ever purchased by a big league club, will land in Boston. During the past few days several clubs have been credited with claiming him; Mil now Manager McGrnw says: "i have been credited with having Thoney, |mt as far as I know ho is lied up to I he Bos? ton club. My bid was an Immense one. but ilm Boston American Club has beaten mo to the player." Dare Fllitj! the former center field? er of the New York Americans and now practicing law in New York, was playing second base on the Yonkors Y. M. C. A. team last Saturday when a batted ball struck him in the nose. The nose was broken, the Injury be? ing a compound fracture. Dave mV. Willi n serious Injury jnsl before he retired from professional ball. In It] collision with Kid&i'Oll vrfleld his jaw j was broken. Once ho hurt his knee i playing baseball. Yet he went through! several seasons of football without so much us scratching Iiis skin. Mr. Daniel Has Distinction of Serving Old Dominion for the Longest Time. It will perhaps be Interesting to many Times-Dispatch readers to know that .lohn W. Daniel has served in the United Suites Senate longer than any other Virginia Senator ever has serv? ed before, ami that if he shall live to servo out. his present term, he will have served twenty-four years. If Senator Marlin served out his term to which he was nominated in the pri? mary' two years ago. he will have the second longest period of service In Um Sonnte. The two Senators who served nex| longest were lt. M. T. Hunter and .lames M. Mason, tin? two great Sena? tors who retired at the outbreak ol the Civil War. To this day It is said that Mason was as much of an auto? crat in his day in the Semite as Nel? son W. Aldrich is now. lie served a fow mouths longer than Hunter, hav? ing been elected Janunry*8l, 1817. to fill ?ui tho uttoxplrod l?rm o( Isaac s. Penny hacker, who died in office, Hin term of bfflCO expired March ::. I8G3, hui ho retired March 2s. im;i. Illing er was elected for the term beginning March I. IS 17. and retired at Ibe BttlllO Ihne Mason lOft the Senate. John W. Johnston had the next longest term of service, lie Was elect.; od 111 1870 and served until Ins.:. mail? ing thirteen years, .lames Harbour served ten years. Steven T. Mason. John Tjior and W. 0. IMves each nine years. 'Chose Senators who died hi office Isaac s. Ponnbaokor, after a service of one year; Steven T. Mason, after a service of nine years; Klehar I llroitt, alter a service of marly six years; Henry Tnxowcll, after a ser? vice of five years; John 'l av lor. after a service of two years, and John S Harbour, after a service of thrcu years Richard Henry IjCO was the first Virginia Senalor to resign, lie having done so after a service of iliroo years, James Monroe ami John Ta\lot both resigned in 17'JI. the former to become Minister to I'lanco, Taylor came back to tin- Senate again In lKOH to serve out the lincxpircd term of SteVOn T. Mason, and again hi ISL'L" lo serve to succeed Senator Ploasants, who had resigned. Abrain B. Venable and Will.' Nocholaa both resigned in 1S04, the bitter to accept the colleetot: alp of the Port of Norfolk. William II Click resigned III IS15. John \V. Eppes re? signed In ISP.I, owing to falling health. James Harbour resigned In 182ft, to bcCOUtO Secretary of War un? der President John Qulncy Adams John Tyler, afterwards President, re? signed In 1830. James Pleasants re? signed In Is":! lo become (lovernor of Virginia. Littleton \V. Tazoweil ro signed In 1832. William ('. Rives re? signed In ISJt'.. Richard B, Parlo r re? signed from the Senate In is :? In bo come a justice of the state Court or Appeals. Benjamin W. Leigh resign? ed in is::c. The resignations of Ijolgh ami Par? ker am the laut two thai have occur c,| If the retirement el .Mason and Hunter in ISfil I? excepted. -Washing? ton Special to Richmond Times His pa tell. A Caso of Changed Personality. There was the Incident told of lMwIn Forrest, playing an engagement In Boston iih Richard III., anil who be? came so Imbued With the spirit of the departed king thai In tin-duel ho drove bis opponent across the stage, out through tin- stage door and down tho alley to the main street before he could be dissociated from the personality be bad assumed. I should Imagine lliat many have had similar experiences In n greater or less degree, and I know that l frequently discover myself in the position of alter ego.?Eleanor Rob son In Bohemian. Stammer? You're Kind Hearted. Stammering arises from u weak nerve In the brain. Strengthen that nerve ami the stammerer Is cured. Rut it so happens that this particular nerve Is never weak In the case of people who are mean or hard or utter? ly BOlfiSh. I do not pretend lo say that only stammerers have gentle, sensitive, sympathetic natures, hut I do elnlm that a person who stammers slightly will generally l>o found to be trust? worthy, diffident, kind hearted nod nine times out of len possessed of much mental ability.?London sketch. The Philosophical Tailor. How Often have I taken away a gar? ment for a limit which did not exist, ami which I, of course, never Intended to rectify. How often have I taken buck the same garment without It ever' having been unfolded and 4|een com? mended for the alteration which had not la-en made, and then been repre? hended for not having done what was right at llrst. A man to lie a g.1 tailor should be either a philosopher or a mean, cringing slave, whose feel? ings had never been excited to the pitch of manhood.?'"Life of Francis Place." "Music," said the eminent pianist ns the reporter to whom he lind kindly nc corded nn Interview run bis pencil rap Idly over the paper, "Is tho most de? rating of sciences, it refines tho een Slbllitles nnd enlarges the heart. It? what were you nl?oiit to ask?" "I should like to know, sir, how you regard tho distinguished pianist Pro fessor von Borgatolu as a musician)" "lie is nothing, sir, but a cheap, vllf liniliitor, n base counterfeit, n tenth rate keyboard hunger, sir," exclaimed the eminent musician, scowling.? Strand Magazine. Be cheerful. It Is better to llvo In sunshine than lu gloom. If a cloud rests upon your heart, turn Its silver lining to your friends, und the glow of cheer It will cast upon them will bo r<s fleeted on you, and the cloud will give way before the brightness and Joy ltd own light bus begotten. Refining. Your Passing Shadow J-24 Women's troubles throw a cloud over their lives, which neglect may causo to becomo permanent. Make yours into a passing shadow by taking a medicine that acts directly on your womanly organs, the dh>' order of which has caused your womanly troubles. * Tho right remedy for you, when you bavo_hoadach9t. backache, nervous spells, dragging pains, irregular (unctions etc., Is Wine of Cardui Mrs. R. H. Lawson, of Sprott, Ala,, writes: I suffered with fomalo troubles for |12^ years; Wed 4 docfora; they did no good, so I took Wine of Cardui. 1 have taken 18 bottles.'feel groatly relieved and am bettor than In 20 years." Sold by all reliable druggists, in $ 1.00 bottles. TrylL^ tltniTC EIC A I CTTCn Write today for nfreccoovof v/<laab)4 64-tusi> llloilrstrd Dook for Women. If you need Medical WkI IP II* A Bill IK Advice, describe y.iur nvmptnms. ?tatlni age. and reply will bo tent 5n ptjlr^jtented envelope. ii uk ? 0* Vtl 4 S IULi ? ? B-B? Addrea?: UJk? Advlmy Dept.. Ttto Lhaiunooca Mrdlclno Oi.. Chatlanoof*. Tenn. DELIGHTFUL DAYLIGHT TRIPS ON CHESAPEAKE BAY TO BALTIMORE $2.00 ONE WAY. $3.50 ROUND TRIP OLD DAY LINE, 1 i CHESAPEAKE LINE, I ,| From Foot of Main 8t., From Foot of Jackson St., Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays Mondays, Wednesday*, Fridays. Lv. Norfolk . 7:30 a. m. Lv. Old Point . 8:30 a. m. Ar. Daltlmore . 7:30 p. in. P tc*v*HMg'lalBal9i -Tor particulars apply to J. N. SMITH. Union Ticket Office, Hotel Chamberlln. "1 IVA Old Point. FAST LINE TO ExposWon ?Steamers "GEN. LEE" & "GEN. PUTNAM" lkavk PIB? a. foot 36th BT. ALL WATl?lt booth pass1no TUM (IIIHAT C. M 0. COAL PI Wit B and BATTLK81I1P8 LYIN? IN HAMPTON ItOADS. Lv Newport Ncwn Pier A 0:30 A.M. 7::?? a.m. 8:30 a.m. , |j 9:30 a.m. 10::to a.m. 11?: 1G a.M. 12:00 m. 1:00 P.M. 2:00 P.M. 3:00 P.m. 4:00 P.M. B:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. I 8:00 P.m. 9:00 P.M. 10:00 P.M. 10:15 P.M. FARE: 15 Cents. ,i n Lv Pino Beach 7::i0 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 0:30 a.m. 10S80 a.m. i i : ii. a.m. / 12:15 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 i'm. 0:00 p.m. 7:0(1 p.m. s-.no p.m. !?:oo p.m. 10:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m. 11:15 p.m. ROUND TRIP: 25 Cents. B. F. M'HOBNEY, Gen'l Mgr. Norfolk Ferry Schedule "IVY AVENUE AND PINE BEACH ROUTE" 'Endeavor" Steamers: "Annie L. Vansciver" For Exposition, Pine Beach, Ocean View or Norfolk: ror Newport News and Hampton: Lv. Ship? yard, Nnw-j Lv. port News; Avo. 0:15 3T30|~?':3(i 4:l? 7:45 6:00 D:00 5:451 0:45 0:30 10:30 7:15111:15 S:ihi 12:00 K: 45112:4 5 0:30 1:30 2:00 10:30 2: 15 2:46 11:46 3:00 7:110 8:16 0:30 10:15 11:00 11:45 12:30 1:16 1 y v Plor "3:461 4:30 5: ir.j 0;00 0:46 7::ni| 8: 16 '.i: 00 0:16 10: ir, 12:00 Lv. folk 7:30 k:I5 a: oo 0: 15 10:30 11:15 12:00 12:46 1:30 Lv. Pino Nor Lv. Oconn : Lv. Bxpo- D o ? o h View. ] tdtlou : plor 21161 3:00l 7:"!0 3:4G| S:::o 4:30l 0:00 5:16 10:00 6:001 fptOO 0:461 li:30 7:30 12:00 8:15] 1:00 0:30 1:30 10:30 2*301 7: HO 3:00 S: k) 4:00 8:50 4:30 0:35 5:30 10:20 6:00|11:05 7:00)11:60 7:30 i2:8G 8:30 1:20 3:.IG 4:20 5:05 7:10 S:L'0 0:00 0:4G 5:5oi|o:30 0:35111:15 7:20] 12:00 8:05(12:45 8:50 1:30 9:301 2:'ir, lii:o..| 11:001 ll;201 3:00 3:46 4: .10 6:15 0:00 0:46 7:30 8:16 9:00 16 10:16 ll::io If s Up to You To have your laundry dbno right. If you don't, when tiioro'a a high-class up-to-date laundry rlghl in your midst, thai will cull for and deliver your work ami do It exactly right. It's your fault. Shirts, Collars and Cuffs Aro our specialty, nud wo have no competition in the right kind of work. Hotel Warwick Laundry OLD VIRGINIA Mint Juleps. Will dissipate that weary feel? ing. Nothing more bracing No Exposition prices. Every? thing in DRINKABLES FOREIGN & DOMESTIC John E. Mugler's & Family Liquor Store 2312 Washington Avknuk ? CAN UK KUHN 1) AT Tli* Splendid Now Steamora QUEEN ANNE EXPOSITION GROUNDS & PINE BEACH OLD POINT Leave Old Point for Pine Beach: 9:00 a.m. 4:80 p. m. in:;!0 a. m. 0:00 p. m. 12:00 in. 7:30 p. in. 1:80 p. m. 0:00 p. m. 3:00 p. in. Lenve Pine Deach for Old Point: D:45 a. m. 3:45 p. m. 11:15 a. in. 6:15 p. m. 12:45 p. in. 6:45 p. in. 2:15 p. m. 8:15 p. in. 10:00 p. m. FARE: 25c ONE WAY; ROUND TRIP, 40c. Schedule subject to change without notice. MEN AND WOMEfe* DM Hid 11 for unnatural di?rli?rnM.lnlUinm?tioin. IrrlUtiout or ulcnr?tlonl of rnuooui iii#inhr?n?j, 1......... ......... Ptlnlm. ?ud not ? it mi. IH[tV?H8CnlM;5ilCO. ?Mit or poloonuun. -I Said br OrunjUU, or ??nt In pUlti vr?ppfj, I.. ?iprcM. prepoM. toi ?I .00. or 3 Lottlri M ?I. Proud of His Dog. "Ile'ti the most pestiferous little pup in town, sir," exclaimed the angry neighbor, "and you've got to keep him at borne or I'll take a club to biui the uext tiuio lie comes over here uud tramples my llowcr beds and" "You tin re to so much us shake your little finger at Hint dog of mine, und I'll Knock your bead oil':" shunted the other man. "Who Ha Id anything about your dog? I menu Unit youngest boy of yours." "Ob. Well, Unit s different. I'll glvo him a talking to anil whip him If ho bothers you any more."- Judge. TRANSPORTATION QUIDS. Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. B1PFBOT1VH JULY 28. 1907. Four Fast Trains To Richmond. Quickest Routs to tho Wost. 7:ir. a.m. ) Through trains to 10:00 a.m. I itudimoud;. Pullmans 5:::u p.m. f or Parlor Cars ou all 8:30 p.m. ) trains. \ Through train to I .Washington. Coaches 10:00 a.m. f and Parlor Car dally, I except Sunday. 6:45 a.m. 5:40 p.m. locals to Richmond. Ohio Central Express to tho Virginia Mouu ?iWrOTrH 1 tains, Charleston, Co F:46 a.m. <- lumlms and Toledo? sleeper to Toledo via, Ohio Central lino. !Through trains to tho West ? Sleepers td .lA)ulsvlllo, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis. Tralnn arrive Newport News 7:45 a. m., '.i:l,r, a. nr. 10:30 u. III., 5:30 p. in., 0:00 p. in., 7:'JO p, in. STEAMER SERVICE FOR NORFOLK Leave Newport News 7:60 a. in., 10:35 a. m., 5:35 p. in., 0:05 p. m. FERRY SERVICE TO PINE BEACH PIER. Lenvo Newport Nuwn 7:60 a. uj., iu:3r, n. m., 0:05 p. in. Lonvo Pino Bench pier 0:50 U. in., O'iOO a. m., 4:45 p. in., 7:45 p. in. I Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co. Tho new und powerful Iron Palnco jstonmors. Newport News, Washington and Norfolk will leave dally us fol I lows; NORTHBOUND. lv** j ?I I Leave Portsmouth, foot of North street . 5:00 pm Leave Norfolk, foot of Wa? ter street . 6:00 pm Leave old Point Comfort 7:00 pin I Arrive In Washington ... 7:00 am Arrive in Philadelphia, Polin, lt. It.??10:50 am I Arrive In Philadelphia, D. fi 0. it. It.??11:10 am I Arrive In flew York. Ponn, U. It. 1:10 pm Arrive In New York, B. ft O. lt. R. ?3:00 p in SOUTHBOUND. Lv. New York, Penn lt. R.. .12:00 p ui Lv. New York, 11. & O. IL IL *l:00pm Lv. Philadelphia, Ponn. R. R, 2:55pm l.v. Phlln., B; &. O, It. R_ 2:08 p m Ar. Washington, Ponn. u.R. C:i0piu Ar. Wash., B. &. O. R. IL. .??5:00 p iu Lv. Washington . *0:30piu Ar. old Point Comfort .... *7:00am Ar. Norfolk . ?8:00 am Ar. Portsmouth .?8:30uui ?Dally. ??Dally except Buildfty. The trip down Ihn historic Potoinao River and Chcsnpeako Bay on tho olegant steamers of thin company Is unsurpnssed. Tho stoamcrs are com? paratively now, having heon liullt In 1891. and are fitted up In tho most luxuriant manner, with electric lights, call hells ami steam heat In each room. Tho tnhlos nro supplied with every delicacy of tho season from the markets of Washington and Nor? folk. For tickets, reservation of staterooms, and further Informal.'on. apply to t). J. CALLAHAN, Agent, Norfolk, Va. Clyde Steamship Co. Steamers to Phtla-delphle MONDAY, THURSDAY BnrJ jj SATURDAY, ?siting from Philadelphia:, TaaiCsy, Thursday and Saturday. rrtlght received and delivered dally, at 6. ft O. Pier No. ?. Office, Rlvar Road. JAS. W. McCARRteK, Q?n. Southern A&t, OLYDB STEA.MSH1R CO.. 18 Boatk Drdawaro Avanue, Pkltaioi jsla, Pa. HRcuiis s mm m go. Steamship Lines. Passenger ft Freight r > Newport Newe to Baltimore Every Mou., Tbum., Frl, But., mid Buu. 6 p. m Fare $3.00 One Way, (I N Reim* Trip, Including Stateroom Barth, Tickets to All Potato. Norfolk to Boston. ' > Kvory fltui, Ttiea. Wed. and Frl. C r. m. Norfolk to Providence, i Every Mom, Tliuri, and Hat. 6 p, m For ticket! and further Informaltin, apply ta 1). B. McNKILL A I LADIES! I \ This ndd and 25 conts entitles I > you to either a shampoo, muni- ,' ? cure, massage or funcy hair J i dress at \ NICHOLAS' HAIR DRESS j j ING PARLOR \ 203, 27th street, Silshy Buldg. TICKET BROKERS. BLACK CAT CIGAR STORE Billiarde and Pool. Cut Rate Ticket Office. Wo want to puronneo Railroad tick? ets to all points, particularly Rich? mond, Lynchhurg, Gharlottesvlle, Stnunton, Cincinnati, Chicago, and points wcsL Highest prices paid.