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Organization Formed Sunday by.
Meeting of Citizens.
WORK TO BEGIN IMMEDIATELY
Headquarters of the Body Will Be
Located at S.d iocs' Rest, with Su?
perintendent Jchn Golden in Charge
?E. W. Miistead Chosen President.
i Second ward)
iThird ward)?R. C
A representative crowd of citizens
gathered at th.' V M c A hall Sun
dav afternoon and organized a United
Charities Association, with Mr. F W.
Miistead as president A meeting
ol the hoard of managers of the body
will hi- held Thursday evening at the
V \l C A. !Of the purpose of begin?
ning work at once.
May- r Marytis Jones presided aa
chairman of the meeting, and Air.
? Charles W. Haims was chosen tem?
porary secretary. Rev. K. T. Well
ford was chosen temisirary secretary.
Rev. B. T Wellford read 'he report
<?; the committee on organization,
which was adopted after being gener?
ally discussed and changed in some
part ieulars
The officers, nominated by the com?
mittee, were chosen as follows;
President?K W. Miistead
Vice-president i Firs' ward.) ? I. P.
Rtearnes.
Vic- president
A. bonz.
Vice-president
I'etZOld.
Vice-presbleut (Fourth ward?J. A.
Willett.
The board of managers was selec?
ei as follows: .fudge T. J. Harham.
George H. West. J W. Reynolds. .1 1).
i;. Brown. Fred Read, W. M. Parker,
I. Cohen. Flias Peyser. J. Reyner, C.
I?. West. H. F. Parker E. I. Ford.
Abe Horwltz. C. A. Ashby. Dr. William
Hoskins, f. w. Uarrett, s. R. Ruxton.
I M. Curtis. John Hlack. G. W. Rur
( her. .1. .1. Raker, P. D. Crierson, Dr.
E. .1. Applewhite and W. S. Cpshur.
It was decided to increase this num
her by three. Mr. C. R. Fell >ws ?'?:;
elected to fill one of the vacancies
and the Central Lahor l'nion will bi
asked to name the other two.
I'pon motion, it was decide.) to ap
lioint Mrs. George \y Nelms, Mrs. W.
R. Aylett and Mrs. Flbert Nexsen a
committee to undertake the organiza?
tion of a Ladies' Auxiliary.
A constitution will be drafted by a
special committee, and it is proposed
to follow along the lines of the Rich
-? mond association. A membership
fee of $1 will he charged. The board
of managers will consist of "4 mem?
bers, the executive committee of eigh'
the finance committee of five and !he
auditing committee <rf three.
The headquarters of the association
will be located at the Sailors' Rest, of
which Mr. John Golden is superinten?
dent.
President Miistead stated yesterday
that he expected to get some of the
hading negroes of the city to under?
take the organization of a colored as>
sociat ton.
WHEN YOUR FEET DRAG.
When our fet t feel heavy as lead
a box or two of Sexine Pills will dis?
pel that tired feeling. Sexine Pills
are guaranteed to overcome all forms,
of nerve wraktoss that can be cured.[
Price $1 a box; six boxes $5. with I
money-back guarantee. For sale byi
All Druggists. 1
BUY CLOTHES RIGHT
Wertheimer
Suits and
Overcoats
-CORRECT I\ STYLE
RIGHT IX QUALITY AND
MODEM ATKI.Y PRICED
$10 to $25
Wertheimer
&Co,
Washington Ave. & 261 h "t
SHIPPING REPORT
Sund: , December 13. 1908.
Arrived
Km unter BUedrechi tl?(<li> Teens
iiii, Brunswick, On.?to HoJIaud
American Line n i-allast.
1 Steamer Angla Chilian iBr >. Free
mantle, Bruniwkk. Ua.--to Chesa-;
peak. & Ohio Coal Agency Company
| lor bunker coal.
Steamer Cameron tllr.i. Kobiiisoti,
Calvotou to Smokeless Fuel Com?
pany for bunker eoal.
Schooner William Booth, Kuunons.
I Baltimore- to Atlantic State? Coal
Company in ballast
J Schooner K*. A. Dungau. Norfolk?j
to While Oak foal Company In bai
lllSt
Sailed.
I Steam-r Mills inew? Sabine Pass.
I Schooner Governor Ames, King.1
Portland.
Monday. December 14. 1908
I Arrived.
Steamer Kascnpu <Ur. I. Debbs, New
York? to New River Consolidated
Coal Company in hullnst.
Steam* r Queen Adelaide (Br.).
Munro. New York- 'o Chesapeake &
Ohio Coal and Coke Company for
bunker coal.
Steamer May City. Keene, Pro?, i
[deuce- to White Oak Coal Compan>
I in ballast
Barge Baron* ss from Allyn's Point
I?to Wh'te Oak Coal Company in t^'l
last.
Cleared.
Steamer Queen Ade aid ? IBr.i.
Munro, Port Elizabeth. Durban and
Delnenen Bay. South Africa?Chesa
peak. * (?hin Coal and Coke Com
pan \.
Steamer Cameron dir t. Robinson.
Havre?Smokeless fuel Conipanv.
Steamer Anula Chilian (Br.t. Free
mantle?Manchester and Rancorn?
Chesapeake a Ohio Coal A>;encv
Company
Barge Knos So ile for Providence.
Marge Julia II Dempsey for Provi?
dence.
Sailed.
Steamers Queen Adelaide (Br.).
Port Elizabeth, etc.; Cameron (Br.).
Havre; Angla Chilian tllri. Manches
ter, etc.
Schooner Mary K Palmer. Sawyer,
Boston.
Calendar for Today.
Sun rise., . T.io a. m.
Sun sets . 4:.Si p. m.
High water ....3:0" a m., 3:10 l>. m
Low water ... 9:17 a. m., 9:12 p. m
SUMNER SAILS TODAY.
Upon Her Return the Transport Will
Bring Troops from Cuba.
Carrying a number of passengers
and a full cargo of stores and sup?
plies for the Army of Cuban Pacifica?
tion, the Cnit'd States army trans?
port Sumner. Captain Scott, wili
steam from this port at 10 o'clock
this morning for Havana. Cuba. It
was thought that the transport would
not get away before next week. Mit
orders came from Washington yester?
day to sail her on the regular sailing '
date today.
When she returns to this port from
Havana. th>- Sumner will bring a de?
tachment of troops from the army in i
Cuba. These will be the first troops
of the army to return to the United
States and the remainder of the sol?
diers will follow within two months. '
REPAIRS TO KILPATRICK. j
Bids for Work Will be Called for
Shortly. i
Before her departure from th;s port
for Manila, P. I. in February. 7 he
Vnited States army transport Kilpat
'rick will be repaired and thoroughly,
overhaul, d. Bids for this work hav*',
'been asked for by th.- quartermasters' ,
department and the tenders will be ]
'opened in the near future.
Captain Rog- rs. skipper of the K;l- I
'patrick, left >.>sterday for his home!
in New England. He will fake the
'transport to Manila.
I Goes to Richmond Today. |
Th.- British steamship A'ice. which
brought a cargo of potato, s to this]
j port last week from Charlottetown. j
l Prince Edward island, .as- week, will
?steam today for Richmond. Va. tni
load a cargo of lumber. She will be
the first foreign vessel that has visit?
ed Richmond in several y<ars
MARINE NOTES.
The Merchant., ? Miners st?-anier j
Powhatan wa ; hauled out jn dry dock
No 1. at the shipyard. Sunday- to J
have her hu'l cleaned and painf?-d.
She left the basin yesferdav
Th-- barg.- Kenn* her. of the Se*
board Transportation Companv's flee-, j
was hauled out of dry dock No. 2. at
the shipyard yesterday mornine after|
h.ivinc repa'rs made to her hull.
ITmiaa had her huli l>clow the wa
terline cbatied and pain'ed. th*- t'nit
ed Sta'es arrov transport McClelian j
wrsi hauled OUi of dr\ dock No. 3. at j
the shipyard. ye.?terd?y m-tming
The I'nited Stat.s s'.nv transpor'
\|. ie ?i< i nut in dry dork
No. 2. at the shipyard, yesterday to
have her hull below the waterline
cleaned and painted.
The lurch steam?hln Sbedrecht of j
the Holland American Ijne. arr'ved |
in nor; Sunday from Brunswkk. (5a.
to load * eariro of miscellaneous e?
ports at this port for Amsterdam ard J
Rotterdam
Steamer MttiT Sal s
The American steamship Mil's
which was converted in'o a frerbt
carrier ?t the local shipyard several
month? aao. steamed from this port
Sundav for Sabine pas- Texas to
en er the ? ilphur trade N-'sett *ha'
port and N< w York.
No Irregularities Were Reported,
However, awl No deport
Was Made.
BUSY CRIMINAL TERM OF COURT
Fifteen True Bills Returned by Grand
I
I Jury, Which Ir Adjourned Until
> January 5. When Special Matters
I
1 Will Come Up?Case of Z T. Jones
For Trial Tor>ay.
I
! JuJgc T J Harham convened, the
Corporation Court for the regular
December criminal term at 10 o'clock
yesterday morning, a grand jury being
impanelled with Mr. VV. T Chapin as
fin einan Tin- court fully charged
'the jury and then informed i: that
this was the first grand Jury since
, the i lection in Novenib.'r and. that
j while the court had nothing to lay
j before the jury concerning the elec
i tion, if any of the jurymen had heard
reports of any alleged Irregularities
in the election the Jury should make
proper investigations. The jury
should make proper investigations
I The jury made no report on the mat?
ter.
i Fifteen Indictments.
Nine indictments were r> turnen by
'he jury when con:; adjourned for
i the dinner recess at l o'clock and six
other indictments wire returned at
I the aft? rnoon session The i rue bills
were as follow - ?
I Commonwealth is Harry Griffin.
[alias J. .lotus, ;lias Ceo Jones, ho ise.
I breaking.
I Commonwealth vs. Marry Griffin,
alias J. Jones, alias Ceo .loin s, house
breaking.
j Commonwealth vs Harry Griffin,
alias J. Jones, alias Ceo .loins, house.
, bri aking.
I Commonwealth vs. Edward King,
i hoit-sebreaking.
Commonwealth vs Arthur M'tius.
hotisebreaking.
I Commonwealth vs. ( has Howard,
alias ("has. Harwood. housebreaking.
1 Commonwealth vs. Geo. Murphy
I Yates, housebreaking.
' Common weal'h \s lywis Stoor'i.
alias Lewis Stovers, burglary.
1 Commonwi altli vs. Ceo. Rotts, burg?
lary.
1 Commonwealth vs. Kittie De Mar,
alias Pansy Buckley, grand larceny.
Commonwealth \s. Chas. J. Lann'-y,
grand larceny.
Commonwealth vs. Frank Clemson,
grand larceny
Commonwealth vs John Peterson,
felonious cutting.
Commonwealth v.; Cornelius Allen,
felonious cutting
Commonwealth vs. T. S. Elliot',
non-support of wife and child.
The jury returned not a true hill in
the case of Earnest Corriagton,
chargt j with felonious shooting.
Grand Jury Meets Aoain.
When the jury completed i:s work
Judge Harham adjourned it until
Tii'Sday. January 5, when spi-cia1
mat ers will be laid before the grAn i
jury.
Judge Harham jet his docket for
this term yesterday The case of 7.
T Jones, chargt d with having at?
tempted to criminally assault the lit
tie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G W.
Bl'ck. is set for hearing this morn
ing. Tomorrow the case of James M.
Vaughan, charge,] with malicious cut?
ting, is set for trial and on Wednes?
day the ca?eS of John Dillard and
Nannie Jackson, both charged with
I malicious cutting; and James Stokes,
.cbarg'-d with housebreaking. will bei
; taken up. Friday Arthur Minus will I
i be placed on trial for housebreak?
ing.
Forfeited Bail Bonds.
Saturday morning the proc- edurcs
of scire facias upon forfeited recog?
nizances in the following cases will
De taken up and heard by the court:
Commonwealth vs. Nannie Byrd
; and Geo. Burch'-r.
j Commonwealth vs s W Clarke
, and R. M Moth y
Commonwealth vs Smi Jones and
J E Hubbard.
Commonweai'h is W H. L. Kent
and T \ Fowler
Commonwealth vs Robert Diggs a
nd Wesley Ratley
Commonwealth vs A M. Mueller
and J J. McK'-on
Commonwealth vs Charles Davis
and C W Lewi..
Commonwealth is. Larry Gravis
ar.d Wesley Raner
Commonwealth vs Wingfleld Boiling
and Wesley Raney
Commonweal h \ s. Lucy Hill ar.d J
P. hnbha'd
Commonwcaith vs Nick pettoway
and Anderson Pettoway
N? xt Monday, Jndge Harham ?i I
asain r< sume the trial of felonies.
Harry Griffin alias J Jones, alias
Georg?- Jonej. and Edward King. Iwj'b
charged wi'h hourehreakins. ;>. u :
fried on that date On Tuesday De?
cember 22. the cases of t hartes Ho?
ard. alias Charles Harwood charg? d
wi'h housebreaking. and Georg?
Potts, charged with burglary, w?i if
placed on trial
The case of George Ellis chare, d
wuh p< rJttTy and convicted 'n th. no
lice court, wiii be heard upon appeal
to the Corporation Coir' on W.-dn? s
dav. la^mlVr Co ?.n 'hat dstt.- it is
expected ths- the Merchants and Mln
er.; steamer upon whbh th.- wttni's.-j
In th?- case are employed, wi t tw- at
this por'
M sdemeanor Cases
Following the bearing of this ra>e
JeJge FUrham Wil adiou-c 'be m r'
until V\*'dm*-1ai (Ve? mN-r ar1
on tba' day ard the fo'lomjng da;.
will (tike tip Ihe h' tiring The follow
Ins; misdemeanor > appealed from
the polio court
Commonwealth ? s VV Clarke
Com won weal'h > Cornelius Allen
Common wea It .1 i it Tuthlll
Commonwealth l.ewi.s Saundcrs
futmnoii wealth \ Miles Buckley
f oniltlOttWCalth . Willie Fltelld.
Commonwealth . Tom Eiltiiuuds
CotllllKlll WI'Ull ll . C olli,. lilllleM.
Oll December ::< llie rotirt will a !
j. inn nutil Tu< Juuuiir> ... ai
which lime th. lemuiniiii; feloin
cases no: vet let Ii.aiim; will l>.
'aken ? 111
Wants to Plead Gm'ty.
Ye d< t Jay <?''?>] . VIiti ph\ Yates, in
dieted for houfcl'i. ul.;tig. was tiron^li
Into rotirl nid h. rated thai lie d?
slr.'d to plead K?i '1 ami lie 11 i. .1 b.\
the judge Ills i -1 Mill |.e 'a! ? ii u|
iij Judge Harham this mornini; I"
hue the trial m .' I' .lotus is ^one
into
VETERANS ELF.CT OFFICERS.
Captain Buxton Ag.i.n chosen Com !
mander of Magruder Camp. .
At its regulm biweekly meet lln;
In-( night in ihe Corporution Court
room of the city hall. Mugruder Camp.I
United Confederate Veterans, elected
officers t r the . i uiug \ ear as fol
Commander -<'....? I A Buxton.
Firs! Lieutenant Commander
Major C. 11 Gibson
Second Lieutenant Commander
W P. Mallard
Third Lieutenant Commander?C. J
II Minns
Adjutant -Geor;-.. W \elnis
yi-.it terinas'er \ Collina
Treasurer?tleoro M VYesi
Chaplain?Col Mary us Jones,
Videttc W I' Marrowe
Sergeant Major VV C Wils, n
Color Sergeant I 11 Tucker
First color guard J W Hndgins
Seeon?) color guard I! It. Kelt on I
Office.- of l:a- I 1, Cosby
Executive committee -George !'. I
W. sf .1 A. Buxton ami W II Ware j
TAKES BIG COAL CARGO
British Steamer Kasenga Will Carry
Coil tA Ma".I'
The Immen -? Ml ilish fiviuhf
steamship Kasenga. Captain Dobbs. |
arrived in pon ? tcrdaj from New
York to load a cargo id nearly R "On
uns of coal Ik re t. r the I'lilted
States naval coaling station at Ch
;?. Manila r<aj The Kasengn 's
? of the largest loreiKti steamship';
thai ever has loa led coal at this port
aid lier cargo will lie the largest
it to Manila from his cit? in flv
DUTY
Commands you to be pre?
pared for all contlngen.
< ies. Croup comes like a
thief in the night?Gow
nil's Preparation, exti r
nal, cures and prevents
Croup. Coughs, Colds,
Pneumonia. K?* i> a bot?
tle in the home. L'?c;
ine; $ 1.0??. All druggists.
Be prepared to meet
emergencies. Buy today.
French Dry
Cleaning
Having Added a French Dry Clean?
ing Departmemt to our equipment we
are prepared to handle the most deli?
cate fibres, silk waists, dr.vscd and
undrcss.-d gloves, as well as cleaning
and pressing ladles' and gentlemen's!
suits. I
If you wish stric'Iy higb-rlass worn
on short notice, and at a reasonable
price, give us a trial.
Both 'Phones 10.
Hotel Warwick
Laundry
119 24th St. Newport New*.
and WOOD
* cord Pine Wood $1.75
i cord Mlxod Wood SI .80
i cord Oak Wood $1.85
No extra charge for spirt'ng.
AI] coal well screened and kept un
der ?b>-d* both wood am coat Oint
delivered perfectly dry.
Distil lid let Cc.
.15th st and C. A 0 Ry,
Be;i 'faoot W Utx Those ivt
Where the
Door Opens
Constantly
You ran quickly heal and keep
cozy the draughty hall or rold room??
no matter what the weather conditions
arc?and il you only knew how much
.real comiorl you can have Iron s
PERFECTION
00 Heater
(F.?aJ?p*d win
you wouldn't be without one another hour. Turn the wick as high
or as low ss you please?ihrre's no danger?no smoke?no smell
?iusl direct intense hear?that's because of the smokeless device.
beautifully luu?,hed in mckrl and japan?orna?
mental anywhere. 1 he bra*s lont holds 4. quarts, giv?
ing heat (or (J hours. It is light in weight?
rom room to room.
easily
Kvrry heater warranted
meets the need ol (he
student ? a bright,
steady light?idral to read or
study by. Made of brass?nickel plated, latest im?
proved central dralt burner, Lvery lamp warranted.
II vour dealer does not carry Perlartion Oil Heater
and Kayo Lamp write our nearest agency.
STAKDAKD OIL COMPANY
Look at This!
FOR SALE and LEASE!
REAL ESTATE
BUSINESS LOTS
MANUFACTURING SITS
FARMING LANDS), ETC
Lots 50x150 above Fifty-eighth street; vsry desirable tote
Fiftieth and Fifty-eighth streets; lots In Second and Third wards Ir
rapidly growing communities, within 10 minutes of post office.
PRICES RANGING FROM $150 TO 11,800 ON VERY EASY TERMS
Call and get Particulars.
Old Dominion Land Co.
NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
HOTEL WARWICK BUILDING.
Schmelz Brothers,
(Established November 3rd, 1800). ' j
OLD, BUT CONSTANTLY GROWING <
Deposits November 3rd, 1904.'.. 1641.132-?,?
Deposits N rember 3rd, 1906. ?93.302.28
Deposits : jvember 3rd. 1906. 717,554.49
D- posits November 3rd, 1907. 864.016.41
Deposits November 3rd. 1908.$1,037.192.53 j
The Largest and Strongest Bank in the City
j T - -T- ?TT- . I _~ ,~gBB^n ?
Citizens & Marine Bank
OFFERS THE SERVICES OF A SAFE AND
CONSERVATIVE BANK TO YOU FOR THE
UPBUILDING OF YOUR BUSINESS IN A SAFE
AND PRACTICAL WAY. CALL ON US. !
THE IDEAL GIFT FOR CHRISTMAS
For ?lf?- mother, son or rfaugh'er is
a Rank Account ?iih the FIRST
N \TIONAf, RANK
I? is a Saf?- and Satisfactory In
t.-.-tnunt. ybddtng .i IJl>er?] rat- of
Ibt. r. ?-'
1 lie First Nahon.l Bank
Newport New.*, Va.
Ur. t?d States Depositary. Capital $100,000. Surplus SlOtWJOSv
DR WERTENBAKER TO LECTURE
Di P P Wertenhaka r. of he I nil
? d Stai s marine hospital ...r?ie.
mho is stationed a- ..orfo ? ? II d<
ln-r a U ri ir. <,n "T:tl? rcnloal* ' u
the assemt-t) hal' of h? Yo'iPg Met.
Christian Aasoriat;nn ??' '? n'clnel
Thu-.d^\ ???ning Th- bei re ?i
?.. In th.- i bile ?Td ' verton?
interested 1? csjwet. ' t.i U- preM-nl
I it W?rt< nttC? t is rar| . . a
SM h- . .f. 'II . :e. h , ll V* ? >
lute ts ? Vp" ? f? d " pr^v.- l-o'h nter
'?".tit.^ ai d in?trnrt c
CLYDE STEABSBIP CO
arr.-rs to Phlladelpb a
MONOAY. THURSDAY and
SATURDAY.
Railing from Philadelphia, Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday.
Frelrtt receleel and delivered
dallv at C A O. PIT No 6 OtBc?
River Road JA9 W MC AR RICK
(lea Soot he re A rent
CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO
11 South Delaware Arena
PalladeitAta, Pa
TRANSPORTATION
Chesapeake & Ohio If.
rut Trains to Richmond and tha
Wast.
Leave Newport Nsws 10:0i 8? Oft,
1:25 p. m.
Locals Trains to Richmond
4:30 a. as.; 6:46 ?. a?.
Trains arrlvs Newport News, 19:68
am.. 10:36 a. in., 6:86 p. as. and T:M
P. m.
Steamer Servlee for Norfolk.
lA?ave Newport News 10:40 a. 88?
6:40 p. m.
OLD DOMINION LINK
aw Dally Ssrvlse
IfSsw FOR NEW YORK-*
IPtWSl- From Company's Wharf,
ffSljffTr- Norfolk, root of church
I ^^sV street every week day
I ^ at 7:00 P. If.
FARE--First-clnag, one way. 18.09;
Round trip, limit thirty days, 114.00?
tni-als aud berth la stateroom 1?
cloded.
Storage, without ?uDsUtence, |6.0f.
TICKETS on sale at C. * Q. R*J>
way Ticket Office.
NIGHT LINE BETWEEN NEWPORT
NEWS AND RICHMOND, VA.
Si earners llrandon and Berklay
leave Pier "A" 8:30 every eveninR
passengers only
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COaf>
PANY. James River Day Line
Rlchm mit and all James River
Ings. bteamer Pocahontas
Newport News, Tuesdays, Thursdays
.mil Saturdays at 8:15 i. m. LeSTS
Newport News Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at 6 p. m.. for Norfolk and
Old Point.
Steamer Hampton will leave PltaT
"A" dally except Sunday, at 8:00 8?
m., going to Norfolk, and St 4:30 p.
m . going to Smfthfleid. eteamer "An.
comae" will leave Pier "AT dally, as>
tept Sunday at 9 a. m. going to BmitsV
field and 3 p. m., going to Norfolk.
All business between New York and
Newport News transacted at pier Nsv
8.
ATI business between Newport News,
Norfolk. Bmlthfleld and local potato
transacted at Pier "A" foot of TBtR
ty fifth st. W. H. LANDON. Agent.
nqrfolk i mm iuiiil n.
"Sewall's Point Route.*?
Effective Sept. 28. 1808.
Subject to change without notion.
I? ill
iL
6:30 6: ?8
7:30 8:00 8:46 6:08
9:00 9:30 10:16 10:88
10:30 11:00 11:46 11:00
12:00 12:30 1:1F 1:88
1:30 2:00 3:46 1:68
3 00 8:80 4:16 4:18
4:30 6:00 6:? 6:68
6:00 6:80 7:46 1:88
8:00 8:30
NORFOLK?WH1TB CITT
Cars l?ave Norfolk daily every 88
I minutes from 6 a. m. to 11:08 8v as*
First car leaves White City 6:il 8?
i. and every 30 minutes until 11:18
I P. m
i Extra cars will be operated
tng to the demand.
E. C. H \TH AWAY. General
NORFOLK tWASIIIITei
STLUUIIOIT CO.
(Schedule Effective Nor. 1?
The New and Powerful Iron Pahnas
Steamers NEWPORT NEWS, WAaflB*
INGTON and NORFOLK will
dally as follows:
Northbound.
I.v. Portsmouth . "6:88 P> saV
Lv. Norfolk . ?8:88 8?
|Lv. Old Point . ?7:00
Ar Washington . ?7:1
9- BS?
Lv Wash. B. ft O. Ry .. ??9:00 8. B8>
Ar. Phil.. B. at O. Ry....??11:18 8> an,
Ar. N. Y., B. * O. Ry... ??2:10 n. SB.
Lv. Wash., Pens. Ry.... "I:W a 8k
Ar. N. Y., Penn. Ry.... "1:15 p. 88?
Lv Wash., Penn. Ry.... ?*7:86 B> 88.
Ar. Phila, Penn. Ry.... ''lO:40 a. as.
8outhboun0.
Lv. N. Y., B. A O. Ry... ni:S8 S? 6$> -
Lv. Phila.. B. &? O. Ry.. ?8:17 % 88?
I Ar. Wash . B. sc O. Ry.. *6:M 8? an.
Lv. N. Y. Penn. Ry. ... ?12:66 p. 88,
Ar. Wash. Penn. Ry.... ??6:16 e. 88.
Ar. Wash., Penn. Ry- !6:ZS 8k SV
Lv. Phila.. Penn. Ry_ ?3 :20 p. as,
Ar. Wash., Penn. Ry.... ?8:11 a. 68*
Lv. Washington . *S:4* n. 88?
Ar. Old PL Comfort... ?7:00 a. 8B>
Ar. Norfolk . ?8:68 a. SaV
?Daily. ??Daily except
! Sunday only.
For information apply to
J N. SMITH. Agent, Union
Office. Chamberlain Hotel, Ott
Virginia.
P M PR FTC HARD, Ges.
JNO L. WILLIAMS. City
Agent, corner Gran by and
s reels. Norfolk.
STEAMSHIP LINES.
Passenger and Freignt
Newport News to BaltlmoeS,
Daily except Tuesday. 6 p. ?._
rars 63 00 One Ws .-.
?including
Tickets to all
Newport News to
Fv. r> Ron. Wed., and Rat. 11:18
noon.
Norfolk to Pi url?HSS.
Every Moo Thar sad Sat., t Bv_
For tickets ana further In*.
apply to H. C

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