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THI'HSDAY, OCTOBER 2?. 190!). ' THE USE OF RUBBER STAMPS IN THE ELECTION. R?ther stamps bearing the names of nominees ?hose names do not ap l>ear on the ballot in the general elec? tion next Tuesday wll be of greut ser? vice to Democrats, and the decision of the parly leaders that such stamps may be used should insure the elec? tion ot all the |>arty candidates. This pnper seriously doubted the legality i of using stamps, and there still Is a| lingering shadow of u doubt, but the State Democratic committee has reached its decision after obtaining the best of legal advice, therefore it must be a safe proposition. The State committee will, il Is un? derstood, provide stamps for every precinct in the state bearing the name of It. O .lames, who sin ceetleil flat late David Q. Eggleston as the | party candidate for secretary of the . Commonwealth. With these stamps In j Hie booths, the |H>sslbillty of mistakes tit the part of the voters In writing the name of Col. James on the ballot will be eliminated. A l?emocratic voter simply wll! have to scratch the printed names of all candidates for fecretarv Of the commonwealth, and use the stamp in the space below Lhe last name. Three names will appear under the heading "For secretary of ( the common weath those of the late I). Q. EggleMton. of Charltote, John H Locke, of Newport News, and D. D. Harrison. Of Manchester It should not be a difficult task to draw a line through each of these names' and then .stamp Col James' name underneatn the last. The city at mmlttee of Newport News will have to prove stamps bear? ing tbe name of J. C. Wallace, the Democratic nominee for constable. On the ballot will appear the names of E. C. Cox. the repudiated Democrat and J. W. Hester, the Republican candidate The* stamps will be plsced in each voting pis > in the city, and by using one after scratching the names of both Hester and Cox a vote w ill be cast for Wallace. All ot the Democratic candidates in this city ought to be elected by sub? stantial majorities. There Is no doubt about any of the contests un? less it Is tbe constables hi i> race. There should be no doubt about any of them, for the Republican nominee can be elected only as x result of s large number of votes cast lor Cox. aad It is inconceivable tbat many Democrat* will consider voting for the repudiated candidate under the clr rumstancs. RICHMOND'S PLEDGE FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS. Followtng the adjoumaient of the laymen s missionary conference in Richmond Tuesday night, it was an eounced tbat the executive committee had adopted plans for a ' ewk-k. hard-nitiing csmpaign among tbe 3?.*ae hnrrh members to secure pledges toward the fund of tKA.eoe. which te delegates pctatsed farther annouaeed that the casts aaluee expects to complete the ?aarraas aad escere etedsjes few the eat fr. |**.no*?sko?, doable the aesowot given for foreign missions la Baehaeoad last year?by November 14 Nobs* aw fives lasplrod rae gele? hnte? to heecase leageaslile for this whiet* Ute executive corns*triee has habt ata xdaaw fee kiMjlij. ha the dot hare eadieatsa that the work haw heew entrusted to willlug and effli ?? n bau du. The money will be tallied, and M doubt great good will be an <>rup:ishe< with if Hleluikir.il probably will lead ?II the eitles of the South in eontii buiion 10 the fund ror carrying tu* r ok pel to he.ilheii IuiiiIh, and all the churches in Hie Stute will ?lory In the . .<iid:<I city's record. Hut even thii prospoi t should not make M forget that, while Kichinond Is glviiiK $<?".? mm a year for foreign missions, there are people In the State of Virginia who never heard I In- name of Jesus riiiI-1 In iii' i lives and who know no more aboul the Christian plan of lulvahon than they do about the leuehtllK of t'oufustUH. autoists have fine run ojmalley pike Journal-Herald Cars Reach Staunton? Accident Puts One Out of Race. (Oy Associated Preus). STATNTON. VA., Oct. 27.?The At? lanta Journal-New York Herald au i mobile touring party arrivid this asaiWlH bavin* lift <iett>sbur>: osjftj i his inoiintig. They Ktopied M W ini hest? r tOt lunch and from iheie to Staniitoii had a line pike and made i v.. i lletit time All aloiiK the line tin I aver* met with cheer.;. A utim ber or 3tat;nton soloists went t liar ithiiK to meet the party. ?Ty'" I'ohb. Ih. Detroit biinehall player, :H the lion of the patty und was surrounded by admirers. The W hite Squadron has i\>saT cars ilth n h) K/tillieiit niei: Hob l.ain bert. of Atlinta; l?t. W lv Atkinson. And. iaoa\, S C : <" M. Hood. Oase nierce, Cht., und W. B. Aycock. M -1 trle. Ok Tonight Hi party was given a <<>n ri rt by lite Stonewall llriirade ba::d. Stuunton is 'dr>," Mai the citizen:* have filled the former bar room at the nete) with ewrwhinK to quench th. thirst, and tinned the keys i vi r to (he visitors. There are M cars and US people. The\ I. MPSLlB. th. morn int; tor Itonn cke. Weis Car Wrecks. \V I N't 11ICSTKK. VA . Oi t. LIT ? While running H miles an hour throimh the viluge <>t Mnldletowti, this eooaty, automobile 53 hj the Nee York Herald-Atlanta Journal tour, driven by Kre.l We;.;, nj \, w York, was wrecked and its occupants nar? rowly escaped with their lives. The collapse of a rear wheel <?.. i-.-l \v. - to lose contnil of his machine a:ul the car dashed into another auto? mobile standing on the road. The Weis ltiin hine was w recked and put out of Hie race. The auioist escaped with a severe s haking up. preparing to start out with clean sheet S.A. L. Will he Turned Over By Receivers Free of Float? ing Indebtedness. \i:W YORK. Ort 27 -At a meet iiiK of the board of .in er tors of the Seaboard Air 1 Jne Kali wad today ar raiiRcrornt.4 were petfec.ed for reced? ing the property, which is to be- turn? ed over by the receivers at midnight on November 3. C H Hicks, genera! manager, was de..i?mated to rectlve and receipt for ibe railroad real e?*-.tc and all phy sical properties of the Seaboard Air Une system on behalf of the direc? tor*. All moneys and securities will be turned over 10 the treasurer R? bert I? Vutt and -he secretary. II A Porthouse who were authorized to receiot for the same A special committee of the board was appointed to fill the existing va caaciee in the organisation including that In I he ?ftre of president The amount of raah which will be Mim. .I over to the railway by the re ceirers and by the reorganize!loa committee being largely the proceeds Irosa securities recently sold, will he shoot ?i:.P?.?en. The companv will ?tan business free of all fronting deb' and with r coaatderable balance in the treatjr) after the payment of all receivers eer tinrate? and other current obligations no change" 5 policy (Ceatranet] fro* Pirat Pane.) gtoarty now that he r? weed than wfcen he wee aMve. a state feaeral sack an. with three exceptions, hna never a#*en ertvee for other than a pel ace of the blood, be Mi on Novensber 4 A? a potsauntous bc4?or. Prtnee Ito .? advanced front tumor to the first gratle t* the cnort rank OCXOA ""ckrt :7 - M?t?p.i? Hirkami llo. eon of Prince Ito. tjov-ktre?] today at Margin ye^erwey wonld nee nrn *2flPE5? CLOTHES forlflV Our Fall SUITS and OVERCOATS Vor men and young men are the cleverest Clothes produced in America. There are none better made nor will give better service, nor look as iim.ii as PEYSER'S CLOTHES for the price thpy arc sold. Our stock Is replete with all of the new styles of the season. See the new GRAYS so much In vogue this season. Price RUIT or OVERCOAT, PRICES: $15.00 to $27.50 2 7 15 WASHINGTON AVENUE Newport Newa. Va. StlWekgtb to Japanese ideals. Marquis |to. who had s;end a sleep? less night, receivi d a representative or the Associated. 1'ress iu his cabin on the steamer Atsuta Mam. on which h*' arrived last night iom Lon? don. Marquis tag recallfd Hip murder of Durham White Stevens, the Ameri<-an adviser to the Japanese in Korea, at San Krancisco by Koreans in March. IOoS. and said that Stevens was as? sassinated because he had supported the policy of Prince Ito. New Strength for Japanese. "I believe," he continued, "that the death of my father will add new strength to Japanese ideals, but I do j not think that it wil have other con? sequences so far as Korea is concern? ed, as he had no official position in that country " Today the marquis received a mes? sage frcra Baron Hayashi.. Japanese ambassador at Rome, stating that a cable message from Tokio requested the return home of Kirkumi at the I ?srliest possible moment and by the ] shtrUst route. CRIME PLEASES K0REAN5. Patriotic League Calls Upon People to Assert Independence. HO.NOLl'LU. Oct. 27?The Korean Patriotic I<c*gue has issued a circu? lar expressing satisfaction at 'he as sassinetim of Prince Ito. It says: "Now is the time for our twenty millions of people to secure their In d nendenoe Ito is dead. He brought to cur country th" rule of the Japa? nese and enslaved the people "His crimes were unnardonsble and what hsrpen ,i to him wa? a fit ting reward for his Tickery and just] pnnishm. nt from our cortntry " DROWNED BOYS WERE ON WAY TO VIRGINIA! Twin Sons of Glasgow Business Man Lost Ther Lives in Wreck the Hestia. RICHMOND. VA. Oct IT.?John M snd R R Galloway, of ftfasgow. Scotland, were t?,. of tho.ie who wem down in the wreck of the steamer Heat s off the New Brunswick eoajat l yesterday They wrre on their way | to Virginia ?? join the?r br. thers. Peter and David M Galloway, now at Cwipeper. Va who arrived in j America some two year- ago. David M Oailrwsy came to ttua city yes tird?v ntterlv tgaortnt of the fate] of his brothers. The Utttr were fwtns srwj ?even? ter? -years-old Their father is a era*, .'wee* man of OUsgate. who was an xkm, that aH k s at as ?bowld ksj es tildtsVd cm fanes ta Virgiaia TRAVELS LONG WAV TO KILL. aesek Goes grow. o-c?go to Binning, j ? sen After Victim R1RMINCHAM. AI A, Oet fj? omtng sP the mav rrnsa t h lesen m S rrim* TVrSaas Papvers. a Ores*, shot sod kllVd Pwte Pepper..' law -ber Creek here todav The men sre tot related I Taw* Psoaen risim* rV? hsd Mlewetrd the affeetww.s of he. wife ah? at ChK-ssr. In jail tnnsrjtt be I atswsid have killed hiaa kmg ago Hampton, , COUNTY WILL FIGHT AGAINST ANNEXATION j - '? Supervisors of County Engage Mr Camming to Assist the Com monwealth's Attorney. Mr. Samuel Gordon Cummins wa; I employed yesterday by the board ? |nupci visor* of Klizabeth City count) to ae.ist Commonwealth's Aliorne> Kd?ar K. Montage' M tsPPsssssg tin Iannexation of the territary near Bh* ti-r's creek Iry the City of \ew|K>ri .New?. Me.srs. W. It Hawllngs, I* M I It. all. William Taumpaan. W. C. Per J kins. W. J. Nelin . .1 ('. Hoi itiMHi and .J I. C. Smith. pr< mtn* nt ptnpeilj own er? of the neotion. appeared St fore the hoard ami Bread the supervisor:: I to fixht the annexation movement, ? The speaker* Informed the hoard that ' the. men who k%Bed the natal Ion ask ling for annexation tcnresetitcd rlMy I'one p? r cent of 'he voters, but that the sentiment of tin people gcncrallv in that section is decidedly against Httnexa ioii to New; ort News, The supeivisors also pissed a rt s ahtti n d'reallng Judge Montague to ask Hie State Corporation Commission for permission to condemn the strip of land owned h\ the Newport News & Old IVI nt Railway & ICIectrio Com? pany so as to extend Victoria avenue through to LaSalle avenue, and thus give the people a'onu the route a chance to get to town without going several mile.s cut of their way. SCHEDULE SMASHED BY SLOW STEAMERS (Continued Croat Rrst Page.) auspicious for himself and the coun? try. The unrest which followed, th? war with Spain had abated?the deli? cate problems which confronted the government were either solved or in proces of settlement?there was peace in our distant possessions, the con? cord of our people was never more manifest, the solidarity of the Union iiselt was never tinner fixed. ' The south has no rignt to aspect mere; there is no reason why she should receive less than any other por? tion of the country." Governor Patterson then discussed waterways, predicting that the pro? posed channel Cross the Lakes to the Gulf is the promise Of a trade which will one day cover every ocean witn American bottoms In opening the Y. M. C. A. at Mem? phis, the President used a gold key which he kept as a souvenir. Guest of Congressmen. As the flotilla of boats was leaviss Helena shortly after 9 o'clock tonight President Taft went aboard the steamer Quincv for dinner as the guest of the 17 cengressmen on board. The Oieender took the President on board again M miles beiow Helena. Mr. Doughty Resigns. Mr. Charte? t>;nghty. for many years in charge of the restaurant and confectionary store at the National Soldier*' Home, has resigned in or? der to engage in private business Mr. Doughty will give up his position Nov. 1. and will likely be succeeded by Mr Thomas Davis. Tallest Man Dead. Mr. J I.unnan, who Is said to have b en the tallest man in the National Soldiers' Home, died In the hospital at *hrt place yesterday. He was de? clared, to have been six feet, four Inches tall. MAY USE TELEPHONE. C. A O. Said to Have Signed Agree? ment to Abandon Telegraph Service. RICHMOND. VA.. Oe?. 27.?It is underst. od that the Atlantic Coast Une. Richmond. Kredercka! urg ft Potomac. Seaboard Air Une and Chesapeak? A Ohio railroads have Signed an agreement to Substitute the telephone for telegraphing in the I necation of trains. DUELLIST ??FORGOT" TO SHOOT. Opponent Tired and Miased. and Duet Was Over. PARIS. Ort Tl.?Henri Bern ''ein. the dramatist, and Franc!? fhevassu. a dramatic critic, fought a duel with pistols at Prtnce Park to day Neither was injured M ChevaKsu fired and miseed. whil* TVmsteln did not discharge his weapon When he was asked later why he bad not fired the dramatis* replied 1 fr new to." The due: grew out cf the publica lion of an artlrle written bv Bern stein in which he attacked the critic "*>? ? - he challenge Monev Comes In Bunch at to A. A rh.sbolm of Treadwell. N Y now His reason is well worth rend >nc Pot s long t.roe | safe red from kseUejeetica. trrpld liver, constipation nervousness, and general debility." be writes I cnldn t sleep, had no ap petite, nor ambition, gre^ a-iaksi erery day ia spite of all medical treat saent The? nse? KJeetrlr Bitters Twelve bottles restored ad my eld t'me health and vigor. Now I ran at tend to bnsmes. every day It's a wenderful medicine- fnfal iMe for jttomarh Liver. RMawya. Wood anM Nerves tar at Academy Pkannacr Cw and PetsoU Drag 0?. lamoeet Camdy AS Cento Per pound at the JOHN PON Ora*" PU-re j p Ol aeons i. annaewr Tbl? ?apply went last lone. **? Phoebus and Old Point Own Your Own Home With $300,00 Cash I have some ninee lots In th ? Western suburb* <<f Hampton which I will sell ar reasonable prices at.d will build a man a house thereon cos;ihr $suo, and so arrange the loan that he can easily carry It? pi< vided you have as much as ISOd cash to put into the proposition. Our rate of interesi under the second loan that we will carry for you wili be only KYI Mtl CENT. INVESTKiATK THIS PRO POSITION IP YOC WANT TO OWN YOCR OWN HOME WITH ONLY $.100 To Start You. . 0. Lackey Is K. ^iieen St., Bsiaiiti.n Desirable Property for Rent MODERN residence on Victoria of ten rooms, In first claw condition, large lot, nice shade, at $35.00. TWELVE room house on the water front with bath, electric lights, latrobe, acre of ground, nice shade, at $25.00. Cos Armistead Ave. 8 rooms, large lot .Slti.00 2.58 Lee 8t. 5 rooms and ba?h .$15.00 Hi l-oe St. 7 rooms... .114.00 2f.0 .Chapel, 7 rooms . .$10.00 1-a Salle Ave., 7 rooms, acre of ground .$10 00 382 West Queen St. 6 rooms.$9.00 222 Lee St., 4 rooms_$7.50 ::oii Washington St., 5 rooms.$t;.."0 Near Lordleys, 3 rooms, acre of ground .$5.00 240 I-ee St. 5 rooms and bath .$15.lMi 317 Pulton St., 8 rooms, large lot.$15.00 234 Lee St.. 7 rooms ..$10.00 rail Washington S'.$10.00 123 Elizabeth. 5 rooms_$9.00 384 West Queen St., 6 rooms, large lot .$9.00 313 Thorn"tt. <". rooms ..$7.00 449 Holt St.. 3 rooms ..$5.50 Nice truck farm of 15 acres lfA miles of the city with fine fruit, eight room house in good shape, outbuildings, per month. $12.50 POK SALH?We have listed with us this time several desirable homes at very attractive figures, one on remarkable good. term1;. Would pay you to see if interested in securing a home; INSURANCE, BONDS, LOANS. M. H. MORGAN & COMPANY No. 8 N. MELLEN ST. Phoebua. 9-11 N. KING ST Hampton. VheCity Market HEINZ'S SAUER KRAUT, I ONE Or THE CELEBRATED I: 57?FAMILY TO PROUD OF. JUST IN .10c QUART. OUR HOME MADE PORK SAUSAGE IS A WINNER. CALL NO. 19 AND WE WILL DELIVER YOU THE MOST DELICIOUS ARTICLE OF ITS KIND. CALL IN AND PICK OUT A CHOICE PIECE OF BEEF AND IF YOU SO WISH WE CAN CORN IT FOR YOU, AND YOU WILL KNOW JUST WHAT YOU ARE GETTING. NOT THE OLD PACKING HOUSE KIND. The City YOU'LL SMILE AFTER A SMILE of our famous rye whiskey or a glass of our crusty old port wine. The ef? fect will be so pleasing, the taste so delicious, and there won't be any af? ter eJTect at a>L There's not a head acne in a barrel of either. Better try a bottle of each. Good fo. sudden illness as we!! as good for sociability. Port, per gal.$100 Sherry, per gal. .1.00 Claret, per gal. . 1.00 Sweet Catawba. per gal.1.00 Tokay, per gal. .1.00 Blackberry, per bo'tle. 25 Rhine Wine, per I ottle. JJ0 Duffey'g Malt Whiskey, per bot.. JO Whiskey in Bulk at the Following: Bnrbon Whiskey, per. gal .$1 30 Park wood .200 Star, A. Rye, staigLt .!JS Old Charter, straight. 2.50 Paul Jones .2.7? Hrnter.400 Harper.4 00 Double Stamp Gin . 2.00 All bottle beer 5c per bottle; 50c per dozen. Watch my Imitators! N. LEONARD Original Price Cutter. PHOEBCL VIRGINIA. FOR SALE CHEAP?1 pal*" Nation - I at] Computing Scaled*? any reasonable jffer accepted: I Drop Head Sewing Machine. $7.it;; 2 Bureaus, at $5 and $6..V) each; ] French Plate Mirror, ISx40 lach. $4?0; Cots and Springs, while they lasL at 4<*\ 1 large Trunk, (new). $i.SS; 2 Bed Lounges, (newi. at each 1 Laundry Stove. *4J>0: Phcncgraph Horns, site l?s30. ?Sc: 1 I National Cash Register, total adder. 1 $35. We guarantee every piece of these goods to be as represented. It sO pay you to call and inspect these1 j goods. ' m, yards lace at 2*c per: This isthe best Range on the m*r- J>rlj ?,.*? rjres* P.nttons, covered in ket at one third less cost, guaran- i t?to?s colors at Sc per WiV send teed by a factory with half million! Mnipj?s of lace or IMlar. For aale by NaT WELL aV | address. A set ion Sale every CO, Incorporated. 21-25 W. Oueen St. |gw beginning st i?:JS a. an. THK Hampton. Virgin*. Ptmne 11S. Easy WHiTK FRONT ALCTIOV HorSK j termv. . us w. Qu sew at- ftaaeptoa Va SAND TRANSPORTATION GUIDE. Grays I. Crushed tteee am Bu'tdieg atateri? ?I V. KICK KORD SAND ?% GRAVEL CO. H*"Otoe and Nswpsrt Newa. Hampton, 'Ptiswe S. PeWrar teed, tti.. Aoywdwe* ha ha w m Agent Hi rth am a'oa port and CLYDE TO LINE PHILADELPHIA Steamers leave 4tdwdaya a. ts,< Th?r.days and Saturdays. Thnradays and Baiters. PreigM received aad delivered dally t C. ? O PwW C Oejre Rrrer Hn+* ri.il gTF.A MRK1P COM PANT. I. VeCaretcB. TRANSPORTATION GUIDE. Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Fact Trains to Richmond and the Weit. I*eare Newport News 10:N a. ra.. 5:25 l>. n> dally, und K:45 p. in. week days. Local Trains to Richmond 6:00 a. in.; 5:45 p. m. dally. Trains arrive Newport News 10:00 a. m., 10:20 a. m., 5:.'!0 p. m. daily; 7:20 p. ru. and 8:45 p. in week days. Steamer Service for Norfolk. Leave Newport News 10:35 a. m.. 5:35 p. in. dally, and S:50 p. nt, week days. OLD DOMINION LINE Daily Service FOR NEW YORK? From "ocipany's WhaM Norfolk, foot of Church street every week da* at 7:00 P. M. FARE?First-class, one way, $8.Oft Round trip, limit thirty days. 114.00? meals and berth In itateroom in? cluded. Steerage, without subsistence, $5.fw> TICKETS ca sale at C. ?V O Rail? way Ticket Office. NIGHT LINE BETWEEN NEWPORT NEWS AND RICH MCNt", VA. Steamer; Brandon and Berkley leave Pier "A" 8:30 every evening, passengers only. VIRGINIA NAVAGATION COM? PANY, James River Day Line for Richmond and all James River land? ings. Steamer Pocahontas leaves Newport News, Tuesdays. Thursday* and Saturdays as 8:15 a. m. I?ave Newport News Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 5 p. ra., tor Norfolk ana Old Point. Steamer Hampton wiil leave Pier "A" daily except Sunday at 9:00 a. m, going to Norfolk, and at 4:30 p> m. going to Smithfleld. Steamer "Ao comae1' will leave Pier "A" dally e* cept Sunday at 9 a. m., going 'a Smithfleld and 3 p. ra., going to Nor? folk. All business between New Tor? and Newport News transacted at pie' No. 6. All business between Newport News, Norfolk, Smithfleld and loca? points transacted at Pier "A" toot o? Twenty fifth et. W. H. LA NOON ? * Agent Schedule Norfolk & Atlantic Terminal Co. "SEWALLS POINT ROUTE" IN EFFECT MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th. 1909. Subject to change without notice: Leave Norfolk 7:15 a. m., 8:30, 9:45, 12:15 p. m. 1:30. 2:45. 4:00, 5:15, C:30 p. m. Sundays only 9:45 p. m. Leave Newport News 6:00 a. m., 8:05, 9:20, 11:50, 1:05 p. m. 2:20, 3:35. 4:50. 6:05 p. m. Sun? days only 9:20 p. m. ? ? ?I The Norfolk & Washing? ton Steamboat Co. (Schedule Effective Not. 1, 1908.) Tfrt New and Powerful Iron Palace Ster jiers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH. INGTON and NORFOLK will lears daily as follows. Nortncour.a. Lv. Portsmoutl, . *5:M p. m> Lt. Norfolk . *?:?O p. m, Lt. Old Point . *7:00 p. m, Ar. Washington . *7:00 n. on Lv. Wash B. * O. Ry..**9:00 a. a* Ar. Phil.. B. Sc O. Ry...??ll:Se a, ca. Ar. N. T., R. i O. Ry.??2:10 p. m. Lr. Wash., Penn. Ry.??8:0? a. m Ar. N. Y., Penn. Ry_??!:? p. m. Lt. Wash., Penn. Ry-???:?> a. m, Ar. Phlla.. Penn. Ry-??10:40 a. m, South count!. L*. N. T.. B. * O. Ry.."ll:SS a. m Lt. Phila-, B. * O. Ry... ?1:17 p. bl Ar. Wash. B. 4 O. Ry..- *5 J? p. m. Lt. N. Y, Penn. Ry.??:*? p. an. Ar. Wash.. Penn. Ry.*?*:!* p. sa. Ar. Wash. Penn. Ry.pfcfa P ?? Lt Phils.. Penn. Ry.?*:*> p. an. Ar. Wash., Penn. Ry.?? 22 p. m. Lt. Washington.-6 45 p. m. Ar. OM PL Comfort.?7:SS a. am. Ar. Norfolk.?S:**) a. m. ?Dal'y. ??Daii7 except uonday. :Snnd y only. For jiformstton apply to J N SMITH. AgeoL ?nioa TV*e? Office Chamberlain Hotel. Old Point, Virginia P. M. PRITCHARi?. Oen. AcenL JNO L> WILLIAMS, dty Paen. .".ger* corner Graxby end Plume *>-~~t Nr>rfo!k M. & M. TRANS. CO. STEAMSHIP LINES. Passenger and Freight Newport News to Baltimore. Defy Except Toes and Th?rs I p. nm. Far* 13 00 One Way. S& 00 Round Trip?including Stateroom Berth. Tfcckete to ell pointe. N-wport New? to Boston every Moo, Wed. end Sat noon. . Thnr and ?Rat C P an. ?Fretgnt only F B BRAGG. Aceart.