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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNINO
(Except Monday)
?At the
DAILY PRESS BUILDING.
Sil Twenty-tmb street, by tba
DAILY PRESS COMPANY.
C. E. Thacker?Editor and Publisher.
L. E Pugh-Advertising Manager
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TUB DAILY PRESS.
Entered at the Newport News, Va
Postofflce as Second-Class Matter.
SCNDAY. MAltOH f.. IfM.
THE LOCAL OPTION ELECTION
RUMOR.
To th-- ksntsrs. of tho Vitginla Ant I
Saloon league a loraj option contest
in Now port News merely would be a
skirmish in the tight against ihpior M
Virginia. Their isajeet Is to drive the
saloon iiii of ihe Stale, and In plan
ning their cam, aigus with this end as
view, Iben- zeal does aot permit them
to consiil. i deliberately Um interests
trf the individual contniunllios which
may be decided sVOa. us logical bittb
grounds. It may be that a local e%>
tkn election hero would bo taaaadeV r
ed a desiisblc move, from the view
IHiliit of the State Mini saloon forces,
even th.i.igh the city slio Id vote to
stay in the "wet" column. It may I"
that the leaders would re-a-rd the ro
ault of a trial af strength in mm ?er
iltory as desirai le for-use in OOdaM
lion with plans for the general battle.
However, to Newport News and i's
people a local option election w sjt
not be a loere skirmish?a thing to be
undertaken lightly and w it hoc t do
lilM'ration. It would be a re**] saarfcsM
lnalter Indeed, no matt? r what the
result might ' e. ThtTefore. many
in? pie wh? aro ardent smjbSBTSfrs 01
the anti si.loon cause and who woultl
be found >? Mm "dry" ranks if hos
tilities actually were parted, hardly
would r< lish tho idea of having New
|K?rt News turned i?; side down by a
"wet" ami "dry" elec tion If there wa:
reason ?o believe that the net result
i- the a,ni silocn ra ise would |H. n
few sta: istics
It is reported that \ow|x.;t News
null saloon work' is are on the eve
of circulating petitions asking th?
judce of the Cor|M>ration Court to or
der a local option election bete. -No
one In S'llhotity will confirm <r deny
tho rcroor. and it is sltog ther .possi
bio ths' no definite step toward l?it
ting mil the petitions has lieen tskon
It is true, (hough, 'hat thtT' has inet
s great ilea! of talk on the subject
and that it w sjhj r.<u mass much 1
ulart the movement going.
The Daily Ptess ?srtie-C; hssaa
Ihat the local leaders and worker.
will irrocred in this matter with the
utmost d liberation bocsj option >
th- |eij*l snd accepted State 1 sjhjj
and major tv rules, theief re if a
majority of the qualified voters in
Newport Xrics want :? baT saloon*
(mm the elty they hav. tie rieht to
do so. And if the sentiment a.-ainsi
lloti-w Is str ng enouj-h bj mske New
port New> and :he revi of th. lower
penms la dry." the anti saloon had
ers would be raise to tttetr principles
if th. y fsibd to -inderta.e the hat
Ue. What this paper begs and nrirr'
ia that the sito.tion in all its pha^o
I e carefully considered hef?-rt any
r?ep is takrn Consider ftrst the quea
Meat of nlsttater or ma a majority o
ffce vtdets in Newport News w ?n|.|
vote "dry" nndi 1 nay e-rruaexanees
Then coilhtder the ?Oes? ton of whrlh
er or no: Warwick eonaty. ieclsdliig
Rbwtdfleld. and Elisabeth Cat] eeain'v
Inchtdin; Ph? etuis ran ??> aaad? "dry*
at Use same tkaye N.-wvo,. \ .
eleeia to fesj ?0 And K tbe answer r
found 10 N nnfsvvrasate to the Baatt-I
?aloon caajse. evwitlsase 1st wag- the
fight e-ratet* Ik) nr from ih> j
?a tf*# B? ave or where ?er h ss*y h>
**"?"l sdvkaaaale. tarn do awl throw
uim siiitty into a neetens %mrmm\
j FIRST DISTRICT DEMOCRACY.
I t'nmnn m ii* u|ton this ?'"'
statement ih.'i Virginia ?^?noially and
'the Firm I Istiict iwrtuidarly could "?t
affird U> ha?' Hon William A Jone?
tmW 9mi I" ? i?'l/.is kf a; (.ointment
to ? federal judg'ship. The DMVliM
KegiUcr. a pio|i and defender of the
so ralloj maehin.' in Virginia con
rludei with this Mh* Mi
How -vi r, we are sure we shall n t
use any |? rsiias'on to endeavor kO
lur Mi Jones awas from tue Fn-t
Disti -t, adaera .? ?haV are mamn
their pjrts 01 not in ac< ot\| with it
are the honoiod Dm MM*."
rYMMMMy T In- Hog st r rMn M
Mi .loin s himself win n it ass men
w ho arc against their parts < r noi in
a.c.nl w'th It." Isn t it Rellin a lit?
tle f ir :?> MMMI a man of >??? ng
?gahsM nil parts or u l in uorird
wltii it MMM kin Kluse, "?> become
a kMekMM of eerlam paity balci,?
Mr. .lone, i i. nt- and loval DtilMMf,
and main other loyal llenioorats 111
his district Ml pioud of his indti,-n
ilonce lie lias coll-istelllls Mipp rt
M UM mMmi of the P?iratio
party In local. State ,,?,1 nalional .?!?<?
:iims. I'd haps The Heilster w.l| re?
call tint lie went on the stump and
uta;e,| in jajaj] deUties in behalf id
JudK' Maun, tin- parly nominee fOJ
?ov< i r, UMBSfe he had earnestly tip
, es, (1 tka jii(i;:c's nominal ion. and
nrdkaMj a MaaMaraMo majority m\ '
It's First District constituents wmi.'I
had no ciitlclsm to make if he nan I
'oniciite.l himself with merely c-astug j
i vi |g for the tide t.
AN ISSUE FOR THE PRIMARY
THIS YEAR.
In akaot two months yM Detaaotdti
of this tily will be called upon to
:e miuate candidates for the council,
lour for the board of aldiTinen and
eight for UM common council There
ought to be one all ini|?utaiit MMM
in this piitnars campaign, and thai is
a busim M atlministTatiou < f tlie af?
fairs of the municipally. It is to bo
ti'ped that before the expiration ot
?he terms of tka council to be elected
ihis sear the constitution of Virginia
will haw been amended so as to per
.nlt cities to establish less unweildy
foinis of aavcraaaMN but m the
saaaaUBM our council can. if it w-ill.
gtoa us a less" cosily and mote i ffec
live administration without waning
.or the amendment.
Every candidate who enters the
.-ace fiT le electbn or ejection to the
i uncil sl'Oilld be called upon to stite
plainly how he stands on this qnes
;ion. And the BaoBss should nominate
only nr-n who will pr tnise to do
whatevi r may be necessary to reduce
the expense of the city g x.-rnm.uit
md render its foice of employes more
?ffictive, without regard to the per?
sonal Interests of tfflce holders or
-mphnes cr of persons seeking to ir
our or the other.
Allds. the New York State senainr
m trial for accepting a b:tt*\ listen
tMkaatj exhibited his bank .'ook in
ourt a day or I wo ago and d tied the
-ommouweolth to find tnv record of
? ho allegti] transaction there If the
:coord had been found. A lid* ought
to have be< n sent to .Matteawati lo
join Harry Thaw
The House committee on natal at
.airs wants to sei- Peary 's proofs, the
meinte-, >na> kicw almost ?s aim ti
after they have seen the troofs as
4v i do n
Estrada is said to bo reads for
Am* tb an inj ct vent ion News dis
pjtchca indhale (bat ho is liable to
? am inou than Intervention shortly
In a lew mere weeks hasi-vall ortai
.i-place the logitlature.
Wcmen Blamed tor H gh Co*t of
IMsM
Pr?.?f Simon N Patten, wno car
!? s initial? enough after his uame t??
.?ml it weight. juofcaor oi piditical
?eonoms n the I'niverstv of Pennsyl?
vania, ha* bund still an thrr rea *
or the straddv mooting co>i ot living
! Patten, without blinking, wneoo:
he ?ligniest ap,>ar< nt hesitation. 1?**
'he blame on women. He say a aat
here has not onlv tra-w n moral m
.1:ictinn esaphariging the ,,,-ed ot im
h'i'v .. i .jrr.; ;? ilnu ?hl?h p.op
rlv devolve, npnti snarl?hot in it
he new ?latus if woman ha? bronchi
a not a new ?taodard id living He
-ass
F rt> ve.t. aao a man coul| live
-otafortably oa SI.one a year I aaer
he saacb- of the wife's hand this I.
ssa huan $|..V*o or fS.atss The ????
-tiafrd snore valor by h?#w?'ry hatte
haaaa thaa her hmthoad dM nwt ? f h
In her band? cloth he-aa?e rloth<
1' ur broad, and fresh fruits ih< dian? r
N?? all things are d i ?
?o'side the boaae and aswst be mm
chaaoa whh the ll.ono is tun '
In kf "t bis charge is that th? wife
asieaq <>f bring a hreaowtaarr and
? raver has hi lomt a dead srrathl
?ad a ?p. n1er Hr la enovtoc- <\ Ina
if w rm-a reaard to weakert the > mm r
dM cnavdMMa, ef Vioar IMr wmm ? m.
bv tnard Saarns lavabilitr '? aaahr ? b.
family lasse asert the faaaiiy aaajaa
'dlture. We cm Indorse Piro/. Patten *0
nervo ? ihout indor?iiiK his theories
aii\ farther thau :t give tin in u show
? il ng with the bundled and one other
views which have been advanced on
the same sii' Joel.?Washington Times.
"Intellectual Dishonesty."
The authorities of the l ulvcrslty or
Missouri have Inaugurated a < rusad'
iiguiiist "intellectual dishonesty." and
I in furtherance of this movement, ac?
cording to recent re|Kirts, they have
furblddi n the t nie-honored custom of
holding debatcR among the studi uts
?nie;- every debating, contestant
fitmly believe in the side of the ipies
tion to wheh In is assigned Th"
time is past, we are assured when stts.
Jcnts will bo detailed to argue thi
afflriiiitivo" ir the "negative" i*!de Of
a top'o regardless of th' Ir personal
predilections
The r< form business has so run its
course that it has reached the laiiul
v here it is becoming im:re or less
. die ulous. It has Invaded every nook
; ml oornor of tur ethics, our busiiie is
MJI social life and our morals, and
hawk eyed reformers arc casting a><*> U
lor soiiielhmg else to lift upon the
wing of the awakening. While there
can bo n i reason able obj. i t ion to a
student believing with all his heart in
any side of u mulled brought up (Of
puhl e debate and argument, it can?
not be i onsiileii d less than stulti?
fying if he is uot allowed a re'son
able laytiidc of personal exploration
MTfc ' can bo convinced of the truth
who will not approach a subject with
? ?pen mind and without pt ajiul n. ! -
Kansas City Journal.
Bathing in Japan.
The bath in Japanese Inns was
Often something of a diflioiilty. Once
I e S>< ra invited to bathe In the kitoh
? a, where the steaming bathtub, stood
amidst a little group of men, who
had gathered hj the room in the
( von ing to gossip and sm >kc! Very
pflesj the bath shed had no door, and
when it had it was not infrequently
a glass one Much as the country
bilk in Japan stare at foreigners,
they don not. however, take advant?
age of these defenseless bathrooms,
sc that the anttclpat on was always
worse that the event. Very often,
at the busier inn, two people have
to bathe together. I have often been
invited to share the bathroom with a
Japanese ladv guest To avoid this
awkward necessity, Z-and I
usually went to the Kith room to?
gether, and it was on thes. <..-visions
that oi:r little d g pr red. himself fc>
UaayfaL It Is iai|M>ssible ti> lake any
thing but a cotton ukata to a .1 panese
hathroi m, as there is scarcely ever ?
dressing room attic-tied to tho bath?
rooms of country inns, and tHe raoo)
itself is wet everywhere, and con?
tains neither peg nor shelf -in fart.
g| Japanese guests divest theins? I-.,aj
of their garments outside the door! bo
w-e generally t ed our money bag
around the dog's neck lie was a
most ferocious little watchdog, and
never allowed any one to enter our
ir.om in our BVaxSSaSCS without a noisy
protest. Hau he left him looge, ha
would not have i?rmltteil any one t;p
enter without getting bitten.?Wid
World Magazine.
Women's Character Shown In Furs.
"Heware Of the woman whoso furs
are covered with h< ads and claws, or |
whose hat is adorned with tho bodies
of birds, real or artihVal," says an ex
Ihm t in character reading "These
things ire dangor ?ignals They don t
moan that you must lock tip your sil?
ver or set the burglar aUrm Thel
a inurt may. in fact, be a perfortlv ?
honest and well meaning person, but j
her garnitures speaq plainly of men
la! qualities ?hat may prt vo more
ir. ublesome than those of the burgjir
If her sensibilities are not affronted |
by these beady eye. and little snarl
iiir mouths, with iheir d.splay of I
i uth and gum. they will ue found |
equally obtuse in other departments.
Her intention* may l>e gtKal. but sh'
will lie found to lack those liner I
fibers of tactful ?ympwtby which]
sjNM mnse social it.teri-oursc agree
abb- or p's-ibb "- New York Tino .
PO?T PHILOSOPHY.
Children arc consist' nt h?-art ste.il
ers.
Mi st men can lake their mir-.ds I ft
iiiislness bv trying (?? stay on a horse
Some |h ople would rather look
around the corner for information
than get it straight.
Many would be statesmen are not.
because ihey 'hink more of what s
few constituents wsnl than what th?y
know the country ought to have
l^cl vmir light shine whet, elnk
ne.?s does tbe mo?t harm
l-ai-Thin? at th- right Hrn.- in 'he
right key is a talent
It is enay f r the law to N purge I
of atuill OaTstsdrri ? War h ncl' o f j"
TH? Mule's tars.
Kvoluiinriisls explain OB'tsf i< l -rov
that the reas n that the d'ajr. s e-ar
H.p la tweausc for rt nturic* the an:
mal has been a> me?ticat.d bv man
|M on do Ike woffs today. bnt
natly a? the a?-ce-*sity f r ke?n
Ins became tens Immiiaiysr the
? cars o. gan hl KM H
t how aheail the mule* Sr 's the
of yometwwly to explain why the
fa" ears have not hmp'-d down
? is no weed f*r him to have
OOra. The donke*. the Bawmi
It was shout
raws ?o lop a nt
(???on With tx.
I
PROPER G -firTHES for MEN
The Newest in
SPRING HATS
Are Ready for Your
Inspection.
All tiV new ehapis in
Soft and M M Hats ;:rc
to be found htr?*.
If its a STETSON
we hate it.
See the new shades
in PEYSER'S $2.50
and $3.00 Kats.
2715
Washington Avenue,
Newport Newi, Va.
^VeDIDciif
.down the prices
The approach of our national birth?
day, with its nosy celebration, natur?
ally suggests thoughts <;f the father
(.f our country and his characteristic
truthfulness.
In order to emulate his exampio In
1 Atting manner we have resolved to
frankly confess that we are cfferin-4
iargains in houses and lots that you I
can find nowhere else in this vlcln-'
ftp. I
Wa.-hit.gton threw a dollar across
the Potomac. We make yours go still
iurther when you buy Real Batata in ;
Newport News. The investments we,
offer are d.sirahlc; are in the line of
increased value.
$18.00 Buys a store and flat and]
three other six room dwellings, now,
tenting for {in<) a year. Situated on
corner of business avenue.
$600 ituys nice fi-room dwelling on
Thirty-fourth street, between Hunt-)
tngton and Virginia avenues. Home
cost 11 in! to build, but needs seme]
repairs.
$135 Buys lot on Twenty. Iglith I
?treat, near Chestnut Ave. Worth
$:ou.
$3.250 Buys a nice la-room home:
cne on Twenty sixth street near]
,-ost off!, . ; another cn Thirty-fifth ha*|
tween Washington and West avenues.
I'.rth same price.
Kxtra good values. Bny before th'
-ason o|?-ns and prices go up
REYNOLDS BROS.
C0ME!
and s< e our new styles hu
Oxfords
The |M-t for the m-ney. W
have handled for some tim
Dna't (org-1 the hind?IIANAN,
WALK OVER and QUEEN
QUALITY.
W. H.
HODGE & CO.,
30C3 Washiwfion Avenue,
Newport News, Va.
PIMPLES
"I thH ?11 ktaxH of blond remoHirs
which failed to da SM any good, bot I
have fnond the right thing at last, hfy
fore was fall of nrnirdes an.1 Mark heeds
After taking Caersret? they .n ktt I sni
illiiiiia the aaa of thrta sod two
?? ? PJJ I ? ? to mv frrrn ?% I frrl fine
?hea I r.se m the asommg H??e to
hsu a chame to rrcnmmend C*"C*rets
Fred C. Witte?. 7$ Ran St., Newark. N J.
Mr. Dealer.
WHY
pay TUE DRUMMERS' EXPEN?
SES A.Nil BVHjD W NOKTHEKN
citi ES, when fOU c an BUI
CASANDRA
10c
CIGARS
at a saving or |i? on tiii:
tOW? ITS a Iii"i I Kit CM9AB,
TOO, THAN THE ONES you
pay MORS \h>m:y FOR.
Think It Over!
?11111
A Pleasant Surprise
I That's what you've got coming
I when yon pet your first month's gas
bill for cooking and lightning.
' \\'p Ventura Um opinion tuat it will
I not l>c one-half as large as you ex
l.i ctotl it would be.
If you think that gas is too ex?
pensive tor yon to use for rooking
why not satisfy yourself on that
point?
i We'll charge you nothing for tell
jing you about what the amount of
gas you'd likely use would cost you
each month. Just think of the cum
jfort you're niiesing by not having a
I gas range.
Newport News
Gas Co.
OfUie Cor. .list, and Washington
avenue. Hoth ;>boiie3 No. ?I. New
? port News, Va.
Wood, Lime, Cement !
I _?_* i
i Sole agents for Hard Woos
i Charcoal and Otto Coke. Your pa- !
I tronage solicited.
! Benson, Phillips a Co. !
I 24th A Virginia Av. Both Phones 7. |
-?
Do You Want
TO RAR N MORE?
TO HAVE MORE ?j
TO BE MORE?
I
Our Day Of Nig.it PclMK*] 1
Wiir Help Von.
lb II Phon?- v n
1 M. RESSIJCW. Presides*
C A IIAN.-ON. Principal
J. W. COURTNEY
COAL?WOOD
?, <?rd line Wnnd .?1-7?
% CrJ Mixed Wood . ?1JC
% <-?.*? I m Wood .1*M
, No extra rftnrrre foe optrttiag. The
1 tn [fiiHi mai
i ket price.
BOTH PHONES
VIRGINIA TRANSFER
And Storage Go.
Successor to
VIRGINIA TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY.
HAULING
PROMPTLY DONE
FromaP?RCEL
to An ENGINE
FREIGHT, BAGGAGE, FURNI?
TURE AND SAFES, CARE?
FULLY AND PROMPTLY
MOV F.D.
REASONABLE RATES
and WOOD
i cord Pine Wood $1.75
i cord Mixed Wood $1.80
k cord Oak *7ood SI.85
No Extra Charge for Splitting.
All coal well erreened and kept un?
der sheds, botn wood and coal being
uelivered perfectly dry.
DISTILLED I8E CO.
35th St. and C ?. O. Ry.
Bell 'Phone 98. Citz. 'Phone 308.
IF WE CLEAN IT
It will be doae perfectly and
satisfactorily. We are equpped
to dean anything.
Men's ve ts of flannel, pique
>r silk, are made to 1< ok like
new. And we ai.-o make a s|>o
cialty of Ladies' fancy summer
waists.
ALSO GENTS '
We make a specialty of laun?
dering shirts, collars and cufTs,
we do the soft domestic finisn,
the finish that well dressed men
desire.
WARWICK
STEAM LAUNDRY
MODERN
ODEL
UP-TO-DATE
Both 'Phones No. 10.
119 24th St.. Newport News, Va.
WHEN YOU SEE IN
Academy
Vaudeville
fnnGiMcement Card
Think ef the Framer a!
Abbe's
HE FRIMED
IT.
ML f. f.71EFl ?6 ??**
TRANSPORTATION GUIDE.
~^CLYDE LINE
PHILADELPHIA
S'esmor? trrr* How days a. ??.
Thursday* and Sat> 'days.
Iswre Phitadr phia Tuesdays.
,T rrr.-ia*t*r??-i*e4 and dHlr^red] dotty
Im c S O Pi^r t> (HPre. River
eTKtWftllfP CO? PAKT.
m w Mef-arrlch.
TRANSPORTATION GUIDE.
CHESAPEAKE ft OHIO RY.
Fast Trains to Richmond and th*
West.
I .care Newport News 10:03 a. m.,
and 5:ii5 p in. daily.
Local Trains to Richmond
C:00 a. m.; 5:20 p. m. daily.
Trains arrived Newport News 10 00
a. m.. 10:30 a. m., 5 30 m. and
7:20 p m.
Steamer Service for Norfolk.
I^ave Newport News it):35 a m ,
and ?:.'!j p. in. daily.
OLD DOMINION LINE,
i Daily Service
ivSaW TOM NKW YORK?
from Company's Wharl,
Norfolk, foot of Church
Strata every week day at
7:00 |?. rn.
?FARE-?First-class, one way, JS.00.
Round trip, limit thirty days. JM.eo?
me.ils und berth in stateroom tu.
eluded.
Steerage, without subsistence. $5 no.
TICKETS on sale at C- & O. Rail?
way Ticket Office.
NIGHT LINE BETWEEN NEWPORT
NEWS AND RICHMOND, VA.
aft camera ltraudon and llerkeley
leave Pier "A'' 8:30 every evening,
passengers only. Stop at Ciarctuont
Wharf to land passengers and on
signal to receive them.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COM?
PANY, .lames River Day Line for
Richmond and all James River land?
ings. Steamer Mobjurk leaves
Newport News Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays at 1:41 a. m. Leave
Newport News .Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at 5 p. m , tor J.'orfoik and
Ohl Point.
Steamer Smlthfleld will leave
Pier "A" daily except Sunday at 9:Od
a. m., going to Norfolk, and at 4:30
p. m., going to Smlthfleld. Steamer
Ocracoko will leave Pier "A" dally
except Suuday at 9 a. m , going to
Smitbfleld and 3 p. m., going to Nor?
folk.
All business between New Yort
and Newport News transacted at Pier
No. 6.
All business between Newport
News, Norfolk, Smith field and local
points transacted at Pier "A" foot of
Twenty-fifth street.
W. H. LANDON, Agent..
Schedule
NORFOLK ft ATLANTIC
TERMINAL CO.
"SEWALLS POINT ROUTE"
IN EFFECT MONDAY, SEPTEMBER
27th. 1909.
Subject to change without notice:
LEAVE NORFOLK.
7:15 a. in.. 8:30, 9:45, 13:15 p. m. 1:?0,
2:45, 4:00. 5:15, 6:30 p. m. Bundaya
only 9:45 p. m.
LEAVE NEWPORT NEWS
6:00 a. to , 8:05, 9:20, 11:5b. 1:08 a
m. 2:20. 3:35, 4:50, 6:06 p. m. Sun?
days only 9.20 p. m.
THE NORFOLK ft WASH?
INGTON STEAMBOAT CO.
(Schedule Effective Nov. 1. 1908.)
The New and Powerful lion Palace
Steamers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK will i'.-a\e
daily as follows:
Northbound.
Lv. Portsmouth . "5:00 p. m.
La Norfolk . ??:00 p m.
I.v. Old Point. ?7:00 p. m.
Ar. Washington ...'.. *7:00 a. to.
I.v. Wash., H. * O. Ry... ??3:f>n a m,
Ar. Phil., B. & O. Ry. ..??11:50 a m.
Ar N. Y.. Ii. & O. Ry.**tzm p m.
I.v. Wa.-h , Pi nn. Ry.. "8:1)0 a. in.
Ar. N. Y.. Penn. Ky ...??!: 13 p. m.
Lv. Wash . Penn Ry._??7:30 a. m
Ar. N. Y.. Ponn. Ky. ...??10:40 a. m
Southbound.
Ist. S T.. b. * O. Ry...*n:-r.n a. m.
I.v. Pblla. II. tt O Ry. ...*2:i7 p. m.
Ar V.a-h. It. a. O. Ry. ...??:2? p m.
I.r. N Y. Penn Ky.?12:53 p. m.
Ar Wash' Ponn. K>.???:!?. p rn.
Ar. Wash", ponn. Ky.!6:22 p. ra.
i.r. rhiia. Penm Ry.tSM p m.
Ar. Wa h . Penn. Ky.??:22 p. m.
I.v. Washington .??:1S p" m.
Ar Old Pt. Comfort.#7:no a. in.
\r. Norfolk.?*.?>" a. m.
?!*; y ??Da ly except Sunday.
!Sunday only. .
F?r Information apply to
J. N SMITH. Agent. Union Ticket
Omce. Chamberlln Hotel. OW Point,
Virginia^
P. II PRITCilARn. G-n Agent
mtg I- WIIJ.IAMS. City l*mis.
mtmjt, mmmw Granby and riume
streets. Norfolk. Va
M. ft M. Transportation Ca
STEAMSHIP LINES.
Pnaacnger snd Freight.
Newport News to sValtfmore.
TaxPy ExcejK Tuesday C p m
Fsee MOO One Way. f. 00 Pound
Trip?le*!wdic,g Stateroom Berth.
T<hets to si: points.
Neoprrt News to Boston every Hon.
Wed and Sat ?am
Eeery Son. Tn*e. ?nd Tri. C p. stv
Norfto PrOV t*}4?"Ct.
Every Moo. Thnr and Sat t s kV
rnr ttfaWtO ami fuiher laforw arton.
set t ? f. ? RRftOa. A/mat.
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