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Entered at the Nan-port News, Va, Poatofflce as Second-Class Matter. TI KSDAY. Af VP.CH I. 1*10. THE PHILADELPHIA STRIKE There Is no excuse tCT the scenes enacted In Philadelphia during the past few days. Since the lieglnning of the street car strike the streets ot the Quaker City have been unsafe; there his been rioting and disorder such as one might expect to recur during the first day or two of a strike of foieign w i knien in an Isolated mining town but which hardly would be look- d fjr lu the chief city of a great State which iainst * of the ?'tJI ciency of its national giard. Yes terda\, when the authorities bad time to camp the entire strength of the National Guar,| in the street* if neces iary, the news dirpatehes told of an attack upon a ti.iley car in which the special rollceman guarding tin crew was beaten and kicked into In sensllillty after he had emptied bis revolver. By p< rmitting the rioting to eon tltnic from day to day, the auth- iitlca enenmage the lawless element to be guilty of still gTeater cutrages. The disorder ought to be stani|icd out In the beginning, and .it could ha done easily enough if the sitiut! n were dealth with by a firm hand. No gbootiirg of bay. noting would be nt cessary, for if the rowdies who staii trouble and incite othe's to j in in tbrrr doings were given to understand that quiet must be maintained at all .costs; that if . necesaary the city! wci ld be rfit under martial law, with ! I the whole national guard of the State and. if necessary. Una* d States regu? lars, to enforce the law. the city-.* police f.ree very likely would be able to get along unassisted. Good citizens, including 'he mein? ten of crganised labor, should have no patience with half-way measures dealing with the rioting which *o et ten arc irpanic* strikes.. The striking workmen almost invariably are the greatest sufferers from the distur? bances though probabi; In nine cases out of ten they are d< t respon"!1 te for tb?m Hoodlums, always on the h okout for a chance to umish a a in dow. Ueak a head ct do something els*- equally a? thrilling with the expectation of having the offense Charged np to sons' body else, are In their glory when a strike occurs They have n; special interest In onion la fcrr and would fire a house for an eonpr yvras readily as <hey a uld for ? hody of employe. Hut a strike is on. wotkmen aTe idle and gathered ca the streets, aad any outrag? that i* romniitted will Ik- charged to tb- gen ami arc-eat of the strike* ? by the authorities ?nd public, so the hoodlum ts romparattreiy safe. No doebt arrih ?ra and thetr friends f-enoently oj participate in rioting, bat this pape ?Iway? ha* be-n satisfied that the trtajha? geaerally starts with and Is head arive hp the lawless element that Tatars the devil )n?t for the sake of saaahxaT the dev'i ?t In to he hoped] Uta? the day will eoane when eanptnyer and eaaptnye. Uta? tcthnrl-len aad 'be pnbttr win Jana heads *n ecajp?;iinT reaper* far the law ahan a forer of w rk.w-n aVeaaa ft i eeeasar, ?o dwrtere a strike ? ? -? ? ? ? A FEELING O? RELIEF Alter reading rtraater QorJ as *w erb apea rethrtac frans tv Mai email to athJea be was ap : fMM to s*j use an tap h> a tmrm or' I the Ute Senator McLniirln. af Mt" j glssippl, m *r?* compiled to confess t. a feeling of relief. The s|ieech was Indeed a remarkable one and it mad-' yictiafor Cordon fatuous In a day. Mr Percy, whim the Mississippi legiaia ture has elected for tb*1 ?rm 'about to begin, will have to star him I self during the six years of his term I If he wants to take rank with his < re ' decessor who s? rved only sixty days, f Still wv must txMifees to that feeling of relief?relief that Col (;..<i?n* speevh was a retiring speech. If the ? lend, like Abou mtu Adhem. had confined his o\ei flowing supply 'f love to his fellow men, there ? I I have de( n no cause fcr complain! Hut he went lieu Adli in "lie loiter and, iesUies declaring bis iove for the w rid In general, spocine) Mr Rocke - fell i Now just at this time a Pnlted Statin senator fr< ra Mississippi can not afford to have tmj a?TC for John I) lurking about him. In fact a con? siderable projKjrtlon of the [>eople ot this r untry have ceased to regarf Mr. Rockefeller and the otlta r heads of the special Interest.! lor whi m the government is being run as "'follow men." And It is pretty g< lieralU ?<l mitted ihitfla senator who rwilly has any regard for the rights and privi? leges of his fellow men. w BbJ Und love for the in. ney kings ? inlMirrusii ing. NEW ST?AM?R LAUNCHED iContinued Prom Third Page.) warsiiips anchored In the Roads, and then returned here. The Prominent Guests. Among the guests Wio came nere :o attend the launching were: Presi lent Calvin II. Oreutt, of the N'ewiiort News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Com? pany; M.ss Helen Camp Steiner, Ma? jor and Mrs. R. K. Steiner; Miss lulia May Henderson; Miss M;tv ? mis. Miss.N'etta Jones daughter ol ludgc Themas C> Jones, of the I'uitcd stales Circuit Couil of .Montgomery; Thomas Mourning, Dr. C. 0. Leslie, iVilliam Hurter. Dr. P. M Mason, Tarlton Collier, of the Montgomery \dveitlser, and Jack Diwes, of the ?I on t g. mery .loiirn.il. all of Montgom? ery. Ala.: C. C. Williams, of Atlanta.! (ecretary of the Central of (ieorgla Railway anil the Ocean Steamship Joinpany; W. 11. Plcasants, vlce-pns ilent and general manager of the )cean Steamship Company; James C. iorton, passenger traffic manager of he steamship company; C. It. H<n lerson, freight 'traffic manager of the 'ompany; I.. Collins, superintendent )f the company; Klmor Stuart, of the Associated l'ress; J. C. Whitney, ?vresiiitnt of the Merchants & Mineis Tran sport at len Company; Harry Ras *over and E. W. Voute, of the New Viirk Evening Telegram, all of New k'ork; C T. Atrey fieiglr traffic mini igor of the Centra) of Georgia Rail? way Company and W. A. Winburn. ? .<?-; resident if ihat company, f* Make Trip in Pnvete Car. The |>arty from Alabama made the rip from Montgomery in Co) Alexan-1 ler R. Ijjwton's pilvate rar. the co!o- | ael being the host. Col. Ijiwton. Is he sec nd vior-president of the (et: tral of Georgia Railroad, and * *h Ulm was his aecietary. R. V. Walters. With the exception of Mr. Oreutt. thp visitors arrlr.-.i here yesterday morning ovtrthe Chesaissake A- Ohio at 1<?:30 o'clock and immediately went lo the shipyard on the parlor ear Old Point." of the New|.ort Newa * Old Point Railway at Electric Com? pany. ATI of the guests, except Mr. Drn tt left for their homes over the f*heKan?-ake A- Ohio at 5:05 o'clock \esterday afternoon ANOTHER DUELER JAILED. George Tinsley Turned Over to Po Ihre by Warwick County Authorities. Oeorje Tinsley. the negro, wanted | by the local ix lice for fighting s< veral I pistol duels with Emu Johnson, also j colored, last Thanksgiving na>. was j turnoj ovor to the police yesterday h th. W.nwick count* auth rttie?. Tins ley was locked up at the station house j and will be tried with Johnson The j latter was arresMsl In R!'hmond se* ?-rat weeks ago. GEN. MANAGeToOYLE HERE. Chesapeake 4 Ohio Railway Official J Inspects Railway Property. General Manager C. B. Dmlc. of the | Chesapeake A Ohio Railway Crmpariy waa :? (his city yesterday enrouie | from OM Poiat to Rlcrrmond Mr Invyle raun d??i from Richmond Sunday and apent the day nod nich' at Olg Point Although hi, trip sv one of ilreaore. Mr. Doylf availed hmwir of the opportnntty to inspect th?> cnenpeny's pioperty on the kwerj p a knew la How Good News Spreads. "I ana ?t ream oM and travel ? f tb?- thaw, werte H F Tntenn ofl KR*ah?-ihiowa. Ky JPrrrywhrro | mm I set "Sanxod raertrV Retter?. Sr-raaiv I ewe aiv rscrlbnt health a?4 vital 'J to th?-m Th?*v . ff. ? : a ewrr. every tkewv" They n<vr fall to loin- Ihr ?. stlsaaaai" the liver Invta-rair 'ten and pwrify the None Tb*-? rr*tcw na ?trmeth. n eavllv yn? [ We. fhatigrartwwi n ??.i.?.' by ?<-?.!? n.. MsjaM Dring On ( .-k W lib '.i' proper clothes for men SM* The Newe it in SPRING HATS Are Ready for Your Inspection. All the new shapes in Soft and HtifF Hats are to bs found be re. If its a STETSON we have it. See the new shades in PEYSER'S $2.50 and $3.00 Hate. 2715 Washington Avenue, Newport News, Va. AGED NEGRO CHARGED WITH "FLIMFL1ING" Bailey Hughes Said to Have Worked Time-worn "Game" on Negro Women, Charged with winking a time-worn ' Mini - tla 111"' game on several negro< s. Bailey Hnghca. a one-eyed negro, who i.s more than To ycais t Id. was arrest? ed on tli- Tw< i:<iy-eighth street bridge vstcidny rfti'inoon ly Detective Seigeant Henry Bridged and locked up at the p. lice st it ion. BS will in given a bearing bet?re Justice Brown in the police court this morning. According to the police, Itailey has been buying rings at a loeaJ store tor t? n cents each and selling them to negro W'.iusq for $1 each. His game is a simple one. After purchasing the rings he tics tags on them, the tags being marked st from $6 to $S as the price of the ring. When he sees a as man or man coming he pretends to ; irk up something and, with the ring in bis hand, he approaches the iptend <d ?Irttm. His story is that be f und the ling and offers it for sale at 91. During the pas! f< w days the jiolice have received complaints from va? rious negro women on w!i m Hughes is said to have worked Ms little "game." l'p n searching the man at the station house, the |k>Iioe found a re? ceipt on his Bonata jfCT t*-t> dozen 11 tigs at ten rents each, which he bought of a Baltimore jewelry ttrtji. Several tags marked $<"? and $? in pencil marks also were f und on htm The police say that a cletk in a local store identities the negro as the' man to ?h in she sold a number of rings at ten cents lach. SHE GOllis LE?ER5 I (Continued from First Page ) iiiend and let me be yours. ' I want to help yen still, and hope soon to be able to have one of the corset p ople come to gee you. so y can definitely dec de to go into it or not. "Believe aar. I am the same, and that is y nr friend. I>isned? "GEORGE S T BN NEY." The reft renee to 'one of the co set l>eoplr~ i? construed as sp alkslon '? a ? icposed business meeiing between a representative of a c raei nianufac tuning company and the friend en whoa ,t is alleged Mr. lennoy wrote the communication onoted above. Attorney Louis O Wend?rbi;'c ? n. w in fafl charge of Mr Tenney s Interests In the pending sail, the law? yers originally retained?Meredith and Coche and Samuel A And) rennt ivin* witbdrawa from the cane. SALARY STARTS AGAIN. City Copjineer Pcarse Resumes Active Dude, of Hm OWce. t'ltv Engineer T E Pearwe. who a -nd<d fr>-n (Hi e f-.r t|>. :.i nth of P< V uri '.\ haOj i-than the fa saun 1 snad bau? matter, agaia takes orer the active dntios of hi. <dSee Ihi. m mint Since hi anrpahrsj a. Mr pearse has keen at ? rd'nr to hl. dilti?? as before, hut :od< r the order of the court he re teired no pay from the . ity during 1 he month hhnoa-apBn/ Laitan Serv.cr Ke? r 11 Wright, reel or of Omca r,w?cooal rbarrh. will adidri 1? the noon da? listen eerore. at the reamtand theater today at 12 1? -lor* ? ad' r the a isfdeea of St Cook With Uaa Chief Executive Acts in Accord With Bill Offered by Sen? ator Holt. RICHMOND. VA . Fe? M ?Cover uor Maim sent a special m< ssage to ttie senate today making a1 pointmcnts as follows: I desire to inform the senate that I have, ln conformity with law, made the following appointments, and I rt'' s|k?ttfuUy request the confirmation of the name by your honorable body: ) MembeTs of the board Of? visitois' of the University of Virginia for the t? rui of fcur years. KllllliiamIhg h'ob rjary 28, 1910?Armistea- C. Cordon, j ?"'.auiiton; John W. CTaddock, Lyuch burg; William M. White. Richmond; J. K. M. Morton, Alexandria; W. D. ' Flood. Ap|k nvattox Meinbers of the board of trustee:! of the State Normal ai.d lndustml School for Woinen at Karuiville fi r the term of two veins comnn ncui^r March 14. 191o?Al'bn Bett, Culpeper; George C. Round, Manasaaa; John A. Tesnor, Norfolk; Peter J. While, Richmond; Warren \V Holt, Newport News. Memlere of the board of trustees of the O?llegv of William and Mary, at Williamslmrg. fur the term of four years fron: March 7. 1910?Joseph N. Hurt. Itlackstone; W C. U Tallaferro Hampton: W. D. Basith, (iate City: Robert at ?Hughes, Norfolk; Manr> H. Harnes, Houlevard. James Madison Harris, of Hlaek stone. as a member of the board ?t directors of the Virginia penitentiary to fill the vacancy occasioned by the loslgiiation of J H. Wood, whose letni of office- expires March 1, 1912. F. Gerald Stratton, Petersburg. as a niclnl* r <f the beard of directors of the Virginia penitentiary, for the term [>f five years, from March 1. 1910. It will be noted from the above that Governor Mann is acting in ac- I cord w ith a bill i ffered by Senator j Holt, of Newport News restricting the aipointuunt of more than one j snsjBBOf to any State board from any nne city. OPPOSES THE LINE (Continued from First Page.) congress to do something, said Sena? tor Hrhtow. "Rut So you want me to tell con? gress what to do?' ask'd Mr. Dick? inson. "Tint is just what you are doing in re|Mirts Waich you send to congress, ' said Chairman. Klint. rather sharply. Favors individual Line. "Probably we have been tra.ned in different political schools.' said the secretary, "but 1 have never believed it was the duty of the g;vernme-nt to j furnish means of transportation. . I | hav not lielieved if wise fcr the govt riuaent to engage in that busi? ness, which can beat be done by indi? viduals." POLICEMAN KILLS RIOTER. Trouble Starts in 'S?rth Carolina Town Between Farmers. WILMINGTON, N. C. Feb. 28.?In sttempUr.s, with the mayor of the town and another officer, to Ssnsfl an incipient riet that started ovir som-' trivial dbag-ecment between two "f a number of farmers gather, d in a bsck lot at Clinton, N. C, friends ot bcih parties to the disagreement join? ing in. Policeman John K. Tew shot and instantly killed George Jones late Saturday afte:noca. after the officer had thrice been knocked d"wn and roughly handled bjr the crowd. H ghejt Price in 40 Years. I Ry A??-i?H fr-sp ) CHICAGO. 11.1 ?8, Feb 2S ?An Iowa farm- r toCa> secured the highest price paid for live hogs sinccj HVaVl when bis i? rkeis bronghf htm an even I Sta a hiu.dred weight at the Mock i yards Si?n six beads of hogs, aver- [ aging 2M (.minds each, brought Mi ? p pries* The hoca Ml sold by 1 I? Strohro of rushing Iowa. DEED ACCEPTED. Counc I Rrceivea Titln to Bridge Street R 9ht of Way. The Hrmpton i onacn yesterday af? ternoon accepted a de*d from Daniel Marr w fcr the strip ef Und which i f. he known ax RrUgr si reel, leading t? the ; to[k>s. d new bridge ?T.n "* *1 ?r Taiann. i ? fraal i < a'*V. i'mlf. nun that he h -. f j o,r,. x < n ?wnra l? Wore trr and < <?~r.ai.nl, iioil arsi *? a. ? Phoebus and Old Point Nice 35 Acre Farm For Sale! Will I.rated farm of thirty-five acres with new nine room resi? dence, i ichard, outbuildings and everything iu good shape. Two and a half miles from .Morrisons and immediately on County road 'for $3,250, on easy terms. LA SALLE AVE. HOUSE AND ACRE LOT. Seven room house and acre of ground, all in good shape. At a sacrifice and on your own terms. See us for price and tornis. Five rcom house and three lots on Irwin street, for $1,300, on easy terms. HOUSES FOR RENT IN ALL SECTIONS. SEE OUR LIST BEFORE RENTING. INSURANCE, BONOS, LOANS. M. H. MORGAN & CO., HAMPTON, PHOEBUS. Get the Best Several hundred barrels of the finest Maine ?rown and second ciop seed Potatoes left, making special low prices In quantities. Be sure and see the quality and get our l rices before buying. The J. W. ROWE CO.. Inc I HAMPTON. VIRGINIA. CITY MARKET CO. 1 \\V make a specialty of this article; select your cut and we will put it in pickle for you and deliver it to you in a few days or when it is good and ripe. We have quite a run on this article and would like to number you among our cus? tomers. HOME MADE SAUSAGE MEAT. Don't the memory of that last lot still linger? We are making it better than ever. Call Phone, No. 19 THE COM El YOU SAW, BUT DID YOU SEE OUR DISPLAY OF VIU'JINIA DARE AMD SO'Pl'EKNONG WINE. Aj choice Wine for l^fhw and Gentle-! PROMPT DELIVERY. CITY MARKET CO. ? 9 E. HAMPTON QUEEN ST. VIRGINIA SO MET HI NO RICH. It Always Pays to Look Us Over. I Virginia Dare, % Pints.23c j Virginia Dare, pints .50c j Virginia Dare, Short Quarts .... 75c; i Virginia Dare, Full Quarts .$1.00 ' : Scuppernong Short, Quart .60c ' I Garrett & Co. prohibits this wine ] i from selling at a lowdr price. We re- i i res- mi Garrett & Co. Jamaica Bum. ?ZZ.$2.50 New England Bum. gal.$2.00 1'each and Honey, gal.$1.00 California Port Wine, g&l .$1.001 California Sherry Wine, gal.$1.00 Blackberry Wine, gal.$1.00 Imported Sherry and Port, gal ..$3.00 RYK WHISKIES, per gal ..$1.50, $6.00 GINS, per gal .$1.50, $6.00 BRANDIES, per gal.$2.00, $4.00 ?Dum. Bbine Wine, quart.50c' j Virginia Dare, quart .75c , Domestic Champagne, qt.$1.50 Imported Champagne, qt .$3.00 . Overhoit, straight, quart.$1 U0 j Sherwood, straight, quart.$1.00 McGinnis, straight, quart .$1.00' Asrade, straight, quart .$1.25 .Canadian Club, straight, quart ..$1.25 ? Feathers, straight, quart .$1.75 .Hunter, blend, quart .$1.00 i Wilson, blend, quart .95c i Albion, blend, quart.$1.00 Coast Line 85. blend, quart ....$100 i Springvale, blend, quart .75c ' Black and White Scotch, quart . .$1.25 . j Ushers Scotch., quart.$126 13 Star Hencesey, Brandy, quart. .$1751 I Burkes Irish, quart.$1.50 I Duffy's Malt, quart .85c I Imported Cordials, 75c to .$2.00 1 Spaca Prohibits Our Many Offers. OLD RELIABLES, j P. A. FULLER A SON. Cut Rata Family Store, Noa. 2 and 4 Mai lory street, Phoebus, Vs. DON T FORGET THIS We can reduce your PAINT bill, and g'inranti e >< u satisfact on. We have the paint that can b< < xcclb-d by core We also have a complete 1 n :-f Farm and Gardeu S? ed, Hard? ware. Wall Paper. Roofing Paper. Rope. Wire font ing. Etc. best PRicEs on everything. L. BORN & SON Phone 63j. HAMPTON. VA.! SAND Just toIRemindYou That we are still needing your business In Furniture. House furr.ishings &c. Stoves and Ranges. Ydur Credit Is Good Lib* ral Terms rind Prompt Dc IlTery. Newell & Co., Incorporated. No. 2S W. Oueen Street 'Phone 118. Hampton. Va. Cement. Gravel. Crushed Stone and Building MateriaL J. V. KICKFORD SAND AND CfRAVEL CO. Hampton and Newport Newa. Hamptco. ?a?Hoaa 3 Deliver Sand. etc.. Anywhere in Hamp? ton or Neyport Newa. Acat Alpha Portland Northampton PorMand Cr "BAD BREATH" | Can ?*> cured, absolutely, by TISIT TISIT Is sold with a nvoney hack \ gnarantr- by HI'LLS CVT RATE In-ng Store. ?A W. Quern St A full sized hox can b* had for a I knifed time for lor. Absolutely no griping - bay it now EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY. TRANSPORTATION GUIDE. CLYDE LINE PHILADELPHIA Steinte** leave htmaaya TVai.eXH and saiurdVya fsavw Fiilad-i|m a Tu Thnradarr and Haliirday*. Fl ?habt rereivd and deltverai dally at C A O. Iter ?. OfJce, fcrer wnmt _ CaVTOS .?JTsTAMSlliP ?Y?VP\KY. laaaea W bJf rarrtrh. I TRANSPORTATION GUIDE. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RY. Fait Trains to Richmond and tho West. Leave Newport Newa 10:05 a. m, I and 5:05 p. m. daily. Local Trains to Richmond 6:00 a. m.; 5:20 p. m. dally. Trains arrived Newport News 10:00 . m.. 10:30 a. m., 5:30 p. m and 17:20 p. m. Steamer Service for Norfolk. Leave Newport News 10:35 a. m.. and 5:35 p. m. daily. OLD DOMINION LINE, tkw Daily Service igaaw FOit NEW YORK? IWaL Itom Company's Wbari, jfidJjMtf* Norfolk, toot of Church ? street every week day at ; ^ 7:00 p. m. FAR??First-class, one way, $8.00. Round trip, limit thirty days. $14.1*0? meals and berth in stateroom In? cluded. Steerage, without subsistence, $5 00. TICKETS on sale at C & O. Rail? way Ticket Office. NIGHT LINE BETWEEN NEWPORT NEWS AND RICHMOND, VA. Steamers Brandon and Berkeley leave Pier ''A" 8:30 every evening, passengers only. Stop at C-iremont Wharf to land passengers und on ! signal to receive them. I VIRGINIA NAV1UATION COM? PANY', James River Day Dine for Richmond and all James River land? ings. Steamer Mobjack leaves Newport News Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8:45 a. m. Leave Newport News Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 5 p. m.. tor Korfoik and Old Point. Steamer Smlthfteld will leave Pier ??A" daily except Sunday at 9:00 a. m.f going to Norfolk, and at 4:30 p. m., going to Smithfield. Steamer Ocracoke will leave Pier "A'' dally except Sunday at 9 a. m , going to Smithfield and 3 p. m., going to Nor? folk. All business between New York and Newport News transacted at Pier No. 6. All business between Newport News, Norfolk, Smithfield and locaj points transacted at Pier "A" foot of Twenty-fifth street. W. H. LANDON. 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. 1:10, 2:45, 4:00. 5:15, 6:30 p. m. Sundays only 9:45 p. m. LEAVE NEWPORT NEWS 6:00 a. m . 8:05, 9:20, 11:5b. 1:05 n. m. 2:20. 3:35, 4:50, 6:05 p. m. Sun? days only 9.20 p. m. THE NORFOLK & WASH? INGTON STEAMBOAT CO. (Schedule Effective Nov. 1. 1908.) The New and Powerful lion Palace Steamers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH? INGTON and NORFOLK Will iea\a daily as follows: Northbound. \ Lr. Portsmouth . "5:M p. m. Lv. Norfolk . ?6:00 p.. m. Lv. Old Point. ?7:00 p. m Ar. Washington .\.. ?7:00 a. m. La. Wash., B. & O. Ry... ??9:00 a. m, Ar. Phil., B. & O. Ry. ..??11:50 a. m. AX. N. Y, B. * O. Ry.??2:10 p. m, Lv. Wash., Penn. Ry... ??8:00 a. m, Ar. N. Y, Penn. Ry....?M:15 p. m. Lv. Wash., Penn. Ry.??7:39 a. m Ar. N. Y , Penn. Ry. .. .?MO: 40 a. m Southbound. Lv. at Y., B. * O. By.. .?11:50 a. m. Lv. Phila., B. at O. Ry. ...?2:17 p. m. Ar. V.'ash.. B. ft O. Ry. ...'?:20 p m. Lv. ? Y., Penn. Ry.Ti.UT, p. m. Ar Wash. Prnn. Ry.??6:1S p. m. Ar. Wash . Penn. Ry.!6:22 p. m I.r. Phlla. Prnn. Ry.?-:20 p. m. Ar. Wash, Penn, Ry.?6:22 p. a Lr. Washington .?6:46 p m Ar. Old Pt. Comfort.?7:00 a. rr Ar. Norfolk.?8 00 a m. ?Daily. ??Daily except Sunday ! Sunday only. , ^ For In format ion apply to J. N. SMITH. Arent. Cnlon Ticket Office. Chamberlin Hotel. Old Point, Virginia. / P. M. PRITTHART?. G>a Agent. 7NO. I* WIIJJAMS. City Ar- rr.mer f.ranry and Mr streets. Norfolk, Va Iff. St M. Transportation Co. STEAMSHIP LINES. railway hwd JPretght Metmsoet Neeis to Baltimore. Imi'y Ex-erpt Tuesday t p m rare 9X00 Oea W*y. 96.00 P-uod Trip?including Stateroom Barth Tickets te all pointe. Newport Newa to nvwton e ~r Wed. nnd Sat ?am ? V m i. Thwr M M I ? a 9. ? wuno. arm?. :Ire sort Kama, fa