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Edwin Hawley to Purchase
Cincinnati-Chicago Link. THROUGH LINE TO WEST Acquisition of New Property Will Make Chesapeake A Ohio One of Largest Trunk Lines In United States?Of Benefit to This Port. Kdwln Hawley's plans for a through line lrom Newport News to Chicago are practically certain of completion today through the formal purchase of the Chicago. Cincinnati and l^ouisville Railway, a road about MS miles long, and the shorest existing between Ciu tlunatl and Chicago. The C. C. & L has been In the hands of James L. Coodrien. receiver, and is ,o be sold on May 17. at Rich j tnoti.i. Indiana, by order of the federal ( court at ludianaiHilis. Noble C. Hutler,| clerk of that court, being the special master. The bonded indebtedness and re? ceivers' certificates outstanding ac gregate fS.iMui.uoii and the upset pricei is $5.2?Ki.i)utl. The Hawley interests! have arranged to buy the road and preparatory to so doing have acquired considerable of Its out sanding debt. The acquisition of this road will connect Newport News and Chicago by a through railway line and should J be of inestimabie value to this port. The Chesapeake & Ohio will tap tew great grain market of the West and Northwest. It also will give a through, line for the carrying of import freight from this port to ail Western points and local shipping men believe that the import and exjiort trade here, will become brisk within a compara? tively short period. Lower freight rates are offered to the West via the Chesapeake & Ohio than from any other port. It was for this reason that the Norway-Mexico Gulf Line decided to make this its port of call In the I'nited States. Large amounts of import freight were shipped through this isirt to the West before the Pennsylvania system gain? ed control of and throttled th. (\ ft O. and it is believed that under Kd win Hawley and his associates the Chesapeake & Ohio will again do a big freight business to and from the West and that this port win again return to that prosperity which it en Joyed years ago. SHIPPING REPORT. Sunday, May 15, 1910. Arrived. Steamer Istria (Oer.I Rob.de, New York?to Atlantic States Coal & Coke Company for bunker coal. Steamer Hermod (Nor.) Jorgensen, Perth Amboy?to Chesapeake <fc Ohio Coal & Coke Company in ballast. Steamer Aker (Nor.i Groun, New York?to Berwiud White Coal Com? pany in ballast. Steamer Aizakarai Mendi (Spn.l I'riarte, Philadelphia?to Chesapeake & Ohio Loal Agency Company in bal? last. Steamer Dinnamare (It.) Currarino, New York?to Smokeless Fuel Com? pany for bunker coal. Steamer Hendonhall (Br.) Lewis, Baltimore?to White Oak Coal Com? pany tor bunker coal. Schooner Dorothy Palmer from Boston?to George K. Warren Coal Company in baiiasL Monday. May 16, 1910. Arrived. Schooner George M. (.rant from Boston?to George K. Warren Coal Company in ballast. Schooner J. A. Parsons from Balti more. Barge Virginia Palmer from Provi? dence. Barge Tipton from Boston?to Ber wlnd-White Coal <. omanpy in ballast. Cleared. Steamer Indianapolis (Br.) Cove. Havana?Chesapeake & Ohio Coal & Coke Company. Steamer Astria (Oer.) Rhode. New Orlf ans?Atlantic States Coal at Coke Company. Steamer Dinnamare (It.) Currarino. Port Tampa -Smokeless Fuel Com? pany. Steamer Hendonhall (Br.) Lewis. Manila-Filmes?. Wi'hy ?. Company. L>d. Meat Steamers Indianapolis (Br.. Ha? vana: Aatria (Orr ? New Orleans; Hendmhall (Hr i Manila; Hinnamare ? ft > Port Tampa. Evelyn (Br.) Ha? vana and Cardenas. < - - ' ? RAW ECZEMA ON HMDS ? I had eusMna on me hands for ten years. I had tares good 'lorturs hot none of those di.i anv good. I then us*d one hos of f'uucore Omta thee* bottles of CotW-ora Km was oompwtelv eurwd. Mv raw all oeer. mssde and oof. and the seaman man ammmVag a:: nwv m? tvviv I hoffte together with the OifK-ora O.n' f7rw>ftf tn*" ?or?ei ??*,i r*d*#jriv PeW^?*aei ot*t and he tfcw tins* 1 had used the third N>" ? I was ?et>r??iy well To one one srl?r> has snr shin or Mood disease I weald hanssflv advise th ao?h?r>? sate, bat to get Ort? get weTl My heads have ? hmat Nt of tenor*. up to no* r*v pPTFWrt v ?*'fr *>^<e*ON Hr><~ coutd get nothtng that woqid do them Wir r?rl until she 'rwd : -tfifnjra ?he ?marl r.jtK-ora iWwvent and r?rt tears O.ntmjent snd M two wefdn thee were eajMreiy cwr??d I her* mmj rneieaaa tar ethse membees of rav fstrttiv arvt it sJ var> mjmgmj ?*i/^nps>'n tsei la a,. Ttia. hrears Tmry. Oct. 10, Ik1 Calendar for Today. Sun rises.4:.">.r> a. m. Sun sets.7:08 p. in. High water ... 17 a. in.. 1:14 p. in. Low water ...11:40 a. in.. - Coal for Marseilles. The Spanish steamer Aizkari Mendij arrived in port yesterday from Phila delphia to l??ad a full cargo of eoalj here lor Marseilles, France. Load for fampico. The Norwegian steamer Hoi mod arrived Sunday from New York to load a full cargo of coal at the local docks for Tainpico, Mexico. Two Cargoes for Havana. The British steamers Indianapolis and Kvelyn steamed yesterday for Havana. Cuba, wiih an aggregate ot about K.tHHt tons of coal. Amsteldyk Headed This Wsy. The Dutch steamer Amsteldyk. ol the iolland America Line, steamed from Rotterdam on May 14 at t> p. m., for Newport News and Norfolk via Baltimore. She is bringing ex ports. Coal for Cuban Port. For the purpose of loading a cargo of coal for Havana. Cuba, the Net I wegian steamer Aker arrived in port I Sunday from New York. Loading Cargo of Pig Iro.n Ike American barge Virginia Pal? mer is loading a cargo of pig iron at Chesapeake & Ohio pier No. 8 for Providence. Discharging Hard Coal. Bringing a cargo of anthracite coal. Use American schooner J. A. Parsons arrived yesterday from Baltimore. She is discharging at Chesapeake & Ohio pier No. 8. Three Steamers for Fuel. Three foreign steamers arrived in port Sunday and yesterday to load fuel coal. They took their supplies ?nd proceeded. EXPEHtl ONCE (Continued from First Page.) stones." so for that reason the plain? tiffs hid excused him for testifying. He thought the Majestic h b?j a bad place, although his only knowledge of the hotel was from hearsay. L. S. Cottrell got him tc sign the annexa? tion petition. John Engelhart. John Engelhart. employed in the shipyard, owns his heme in Pine ave? nue and is op|>osed to annexation. He pays $8.,'!ti taxes. The witness said that the neighborhood is quiet, order? ly and he likes it. Albert Bryant. Alhert Bryant, a ship carpenter, works at the shipyard, but lives 'n Sycamore avenue, where he owns his property. He has two children going to the fie rge Wythe school. Likes his section better than city of New? port News. George L. Lee. George S. Lee, owns his property on the Boulevard, between Maple and Cypress avenue, and is employed as man in charge of the oyster grounds of Capt. F. W Darling. He s?id be is unfavorable t annexaton. as he sees :io ne<<ssity for it. He pays Iis taxes to county. The witness MM he has seen the officers in that sec? tion an.i has n'-ver had occasion to call on a policeman. The neighbor? hood is excellent and quiet. Cross-examined by Mr. Batcbc! r, Mr. Lee said that he hag always lived in the county and his inclinations naturally would he in favor of the iounty C. T. Kemp. The #|ost interesting feature of the dull morning session came when C. T. Kemp, who conducts a grocery m Sycamore avenue, was cross-exam? ined bv Mr. Batchelor He was ark "d whether he had been arrested ana indicted in Newp rt News on com? plaint of a woman. Mr Kemp de? nied that be was indicted, but franko, told of his arrest He said the worn an left th*1 city and that he follow* i her to West Virginia in order to make htr testify against him. He could have gotten every busines' man in Newport News to go on his b-nd. and $11.dun was offered 4he court. He spent from Saturday to Monday in jail, because the charge was seriovs and the court wanted ;o look into it Mr. Kemp appealed at one time to the judge to check Mr RetrheWa line of questioning, but ?vdd.-d that be bad n thing to conceal He said that his character is un.i satlable and that the accusation -?a r.st him three yi ars ago was fai*c. The witness *sid he was mach op posed to annexation He had tak<a much trouhle to secure data and be lieved it will cost $8.i>oo or |Mbj$M to pay for additional police in the eee ti n. while no provision haa b-en I made hv th" Hty for sorh a cor. jtingcnrv He go? the figures frr tn ICity Aeditor Resd of Newport News. He opposed annexation, he said, be eauae the congestion in the citv ?* not su<h a* t demand stretchier -v it hecattae the territory aek*d for ht not hnilt up he<aii?e the territory sought Itn he taken ia I? aursb land and not I adaptable to citv purpose. He Hid the Hampton Roads Cninn bad m Mired everything it asked RR from the oeatv He was always <ppn?.i to arnesatino and circulated a p-.i a step Two .?f his rbild-en go to the fjeci-ee Wvfb* school He ha? bis own l|r?* protection Th* wrta^* recene'M hvstanrea la which eanitat mm cccarred ta Newport Nave to ?ho* that ?he depredations in saltcr I creek aic uot M frequent as in rh11 city. At 1:30 o'clock a reco** was taken | lor dmuer. Condition* at Shipyard. Court reconveneu at 'i.'.to o'clock. Frank Lee, cashier of the Newport News Shipbuilding and l>ry lk>ck Company, testified ihat he had lived in Hampton all tils life, and had heen Marat* ted with the shipyard since) 1MB, Answering Mr. Ciiiiiming. BAI witness said he owned the St. Francis hospital property ten years ago and that the building rented for $100 a month at that lime. Counsel lor the, petitioners objected to this question.| but was overruled by the couri. Mr. Cuuitulug saying that the purpose Off) question was to contradict statement made by A. L. I'owell. Howevir, when] it developed Ihat Mi. Ltd owned the .iroperty ten years ago, the curl sus? tained the objection. Question*vj ,ur. t T*1"'1 Mr. Ia'c said the shipyard now ha> iJMttt | an average number of men employed, the number being ahout iM9. He said the maximum number employed at Uie yaru was in the neighborluMid of 7,9m), and that the yard force at thiH time is not as large as it was sev en months ago. Cross-examined, Mr. Lee said the I number of men employed at the yard constantly varies, and that the plain la in good working condition at this] time. W. It. Kawlings. who lives Clairmoiit avenue least of territory| proposed to be annexed) and employ, de as an instructor in the industrial department of the Hampton Normal school, was the next witness. He told of the activities of the Wythe Pro tective Association, and said he vot? ed in the association against the] promised annexation at the time that] body passed a resolution opposing this movement. Witness said order in the territory proposed to be annexed was good, and that ho saw no occasion tor the annexation. Cross-questioned, the witness said i' would vitally affect iiia interests to have the territory west of him an? nexed, as it would prevent the George Wythe school being enlarged. He said there is a movement on foot In his neighborhood to form a new town.i and that the actlou may be taken in about two ye'ars. Lane Lacy. Lane Lacy, said he is engaged In the insurance business and employed by a newspai?T in Newport News, and lives on the ooulevard between Clairmoiit and Merrimac avenues. Witness said the condition as to law and order in the territory was good. and that he saw no necessity for police protection. He went on to say that ho formerly lived in the city of Newport N'?ws and moved out on the Boulevard for the especial pur? pose of getting out of the city. Cross examined he said the gen? eral reputation of property in the city of Newport News was that it was depreciating, and that he believ? ed it would depreciate the value of all property on the Boulevard to have any part of it taken into the city. Witness thought conditions in the county were better than in thtFcity. He knew that there was a movement on foot to form a township in his section, and he favored it because his neighborhood wanted street lights, and advantages to be obtained by in corpa'tlon. although he himself did not believe these things were needed. Mr. Batchelor asked if it was not a fact that the witnes d u most of his insurance business in the city, and the witness replied in tne affirmative. J. W. Manley. J. W. Manley. colored, testified that he lives in the territory proposed to be annexed, north of the street rail way tracks. He opposed annexation, because he had moved out of the i ity because he wanted to live in the suburbs. Witness said he sends his children to "pay school" when they ko to school at all. and that he would rather continue to pay for his chil Wren's schooling than to go into MM city. Corss-examined by Mr. Batche lor, the witness said there is no conn ty school in his neighborhood; that ?here had been a school there with "ne teacher just one session, and 'hat the school was full. Witness ad? mitted that a few days ago he had told Mr. Batchelor he would come to court to testify in favor of annexation if he could get away from his place ot business, but that he had change*! his mind. The tuition in the only school in his section, the witnes* mm% is ten cents a week. Constable Tignor. J. K. Tignor. constable of Wythe Cistricf. testified that he had been to the Majestic hotel only three times recently, and had busineaa there each time. Witness exhibited a warrant tsaued by Magistrate C. K. Stone for h woman named Kate Munn. alias Kate Bupp. He said he went to the Majestic hotel to iook for the woman and thai Mr. ..arrell told him tht woman had stopped there, but he had j'riven her away. Witness said he 'went to Phoebim to look for the wo man. but couldn't find her. and he so notified Mr. Slone. Witness said that be has general supervision over the territory to be annexed. He had ?erved a number of civil warran-. for Mr. Stone, and waa sorry to aay that le had not heefi paid for all of them He had never failed to respond to aay fall upon him lo maintain order or lo ?erve legs! paper,. Cross examined by Mr. Batchelor the w.tne? said he did not know whether or no* Mr Stone bad collect ed on the warrants In question but ?ha- he held .he magistrate respond Me for bis fee. He did not beam Whether OT not the women who lives won .larrrll at the Majestic hotel is Jarrell's wife; some people say she 1? and notne mi sbe Is ant. Witness ?aid bM district is eine mile ^ WBT and six the other. J ?. Lee. ' T l,ee teatiArw lr?, ?, ilrM ,? Hampton in a member of the board of supervises-, a Wrvhanf and Is nected with the Bank if Ham ead the Hampton Hampton A.ked whether afTw ? r-opi* m the territory pro one, d to be annexed ever had made any demand upou ttie board el w pee* toars t tu*i led uot been Kreit'',1 ihe witness said that Dr. J. T. BtUtOU hail ask?tl that h shell road be built from aal h<*npiu to ilit- uea* Kteoaghtan road, and that Mr. Nelraa bad appeared bet?r? Iba board, represt.inInf psopsa in iht territory proposed tu hi imifl UH ?.?ked whether the I.lt| would giv. these people ktjaproved itraata, Unlit: and police prot.i ion it the) would withdraw from the annexation move? ment. The road was not built, and Mr. Nclius' Memooltloa was laid M the table. Witm ss said r al est at? value* III the cit> ol Newport New have depreciated, and iltcd the case of a house owned l>v him self which MtBMri) rented Mf KM ? month and now n uts lot ?7..??. Mi dimming attempt! d to draw trom tin witness tacts coin lining ??itaiu real ?statu deals tu Newport News by th? First Natioual hank, hut all of thh line of examination was ruled out ti the court on Mr. Ilaii helor s objoc tion. Chambers Recalled. Cirard Chamber.-., count) survey?? was retailed to Hive certain fact? (inn.ruing a map prevloualy put in evidence by him lie .-aul there is MjMl lineal feet ol streets and n\e nue in the territory pevaneed to he an Hexed. There an- 4? houseti in tin territory west <>t Sailer's creah U in Deanville. and Si in l\\t?>n anu Powell Heights; and IT!' east of tin cr?uk. There arc no va? ant house> in Deanville. Witness, said he hau secured this Information bj tWtaf over the ground this moralist Cross examined, the witness said the green coloring ou the map Indicated proper ty around which fences had been built, and not lots on which hoiuaa had been built, a* lie had formerly slat id. H. W. Saunders. 11. W. Saund?Ts insurance agent ol Hamilton, tiatiti. I that the recent in crease of MJ per? ? in in Ire insurance ratal made ill Newport News did not apply to the territory Just out aide tr ihe ett] -.vitncss said he could write Insurance in t|ie territory adjacent to ihe city contradicting a stateaaeal made by A L Powell. He said that it was un d? rstood the rate increase in Ncwp >ri News was made because the ritv had put an unfair HcoKss tax upou the companies. The witness left the stand to get certain informal KM trom his ottice. ainl County Treasurer l|. \V. .Inhnsoti was called to the stand. Mr. John? son said the total ass? ?ewe! taluatl-m in the territory Bfsjsjoawl to be an? nexed is $235.iKHi. and that the taxes imposed amount to about $2.1ti?i. This does not Include railroad property Mr. Johnson was withdraw! in order tuat he might get certain additional .^formation from his hooks. H. W. Saunders was recalled to the stand. Aft r mach <piestioning and cross-questioning, it was brought out from this witness ihal since the !u jtereent Increase in Newport News, the county rate still is about M |ier aamt higher than that in the city, because 0> the city's fire lirotection. Mr. Ratchelor drew out that the witness understoou that the insur sance companies collected about $12.">,lMiO in the city of Newport News i*Bt year, and that the company he represents is affiliated with the Southeastern I'nderwriters Associa? tion. Commissioner Withdrawn. H. W. Hooker, county commlssion rr of revenue, testified that there are 7Jt improved lots in the territory pro liosrd tc he annexed west of Salter's rreek. witn an assessed valuation of |.>3.24o. There are TiK improved lots In the territory promised to be an nexed cast of the creek. As these figures differed trom those given by the county surveyor, Mr. dimming asked to ba allowed to withdraw the witness until he could go over rn. figures. Kmil Diestel testified thai he haf taken a ensus of the territory pro posed to be annexed. His re.-ord wa; put in evidence showing thai ther? (Contlnuca on Fourth 1 age.) Ambulances?Call W. }?:. Rouse. W. K. Rouse?Funcra. Director. BROADWAY Store 2905-7 Washington Ave. Ankle Strap Pumps Ali th? Newest Ufte an?! LeallWr SI.Q7 TO S3.50 BROADWAY Store ?W0*> 7 WaatilnfTuii Ave. j4 BEAVTIFVL COMPLEXION & BETTER HEALTH Will come, naturally, if Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is used, when a pleasant laxative remedy is needed, to cleanse the system gently yet effectually and to dispel colds and headaches due to constipation. Its world-wide acceptance as the best of family laxatives, for men, women and children and its approval by the most eminent physicians, because its compo? nent parts are known to them and known to bo wholesome and truly beneficial, are the best guarantees of the excellence of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. 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LADIES' FINERY A SPECIAL? TY. All work is done by tbe Krriwti dry ?Iran in? proreae. and U d?~,d?-rized a.">r l?-lna 1 hanvd. Yoti ran save at least *'? per een: of your clothing bv hav.ut: your clothes cleaned bv thai prnreaa. gentlemen I?.ii t f.rt-e. t ihat .oft d'.-n?-. flni.h elvea your sbirts, rot tats and ml* when laundered bv 11- Our wacoa ?III rail for. and deliver, all work wrh dispatch. Bntb 'ptftoees No. la. MODERN. MODEL AND UP TO DATE. Hotel Warwick Laundn Ne. tit 24th. St'set. Nrwport New?, Va TRANSPORTATION GUIDE. ANCHOR LIVE 6USaOWandLOMDOI9EIIRY Ttrw York ftt ?Wtll--1?\ NVw Twin Screw Steamships "California." "Caledonia." "Columbia'1 : Av.-r ite passage 7| daya.) SALOON. $?7.50 and $72 SO 8ECONO CABIN, $46 end $47 SO. THIRD CLASS. $28.75 and $30. For nr. eio.tr???* of loan *ad tnfr>cn> ;>rm >?i-it u> RF.Sii'TK?> KM'-THFBy nr Itm VllM(*rrir Bnl IX' **?pn i >m ' fnt. ft. f. Tim. fIf fttrft Siit? It. pi^w CLYDE LINE PHILADELPHIA Ftnameia leave Mnndaye a. va . Thursdays and Satqrdava. I<eere Philadelphia Taeedays. Th'irwtars snd Saturdays. fretaht received and delivered dailv et C A O. Pier C. Office, Hirer ?bba CLYDE BTEAVSWP roidPANT. i?m.-? w. Mcfarrtrft. fi*n?r?l fVwrlkeea A a-tat. PHILLIPS LINE. Fast nteaawr POKONOKKT l*ev?a Ph?r A r-verv Mowdav. \V??dn? ?tav and Prtdav T t", a m . for P?:*>rahjera lam^c River dev. Tbs fmm at J 3? p e?ncer solicited. b. landing Every Taea ? and Satordsv fSr }**?? TRANSPORTATION GUIDE. CHESAPEAKE ft OHIO RY. Fast Trains to Richmond and ths Wsst, Leave Newport News 10:06 r a.. Uld 6:05 p in daily. Local Trains to Richmond t:00 a. m.; 6:20 p. m. dally. Trains arrived Newport News 10:00 i. m . 10:30 a. m, 6:30 p. m. and I 20 p. m. Steamer Service for Norfolk. Leave Newport News 10:36 a. m, ?ml 6 36 p oi daily. Old Dominion Line Daily Service FOR NEW YORK Steamer leaves Norfolk, (foot of t BttfCh at.) 7:on p. nr. dally except Sunday for New York dlrccL JAMES RIVER NIGHT LINE STEAMER FOR RICHMOND, VA. Leaves Pier "A" X:3u every evening, passengers only. Slop at Claremont t i land or receive passengers on i-lgiiM. VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COM? PANY, Jamea River Day Lino for Richmond and all James River land? ings. Steamer leavea Newport Newa Tuesdays, Thursdays end Salurdaya at 1:45 a. m. for Richmond. Leaves \ew|Mirt News Monday, Wednesday r4-.d Friday at 5 p. m? for Norfolk and Old Point. ?SMI'I HF1KI.D' leaves Pier "A" dallv exiepl Sunday !> no a. tn. fof Norfolk, and 4 ;t(> p. m. for Stnlthfleld. Orraeoke leaves Pier "A" dally ex . <pi Sunday 9 a. m., for Smlthfleld ?Jad .; p. in. for Norfolk. A t busl:;eas between Newport Notre and New York transacted at ? Itf No. 6. A.I busli.ess between Newport Noes, Norfolk. Smlthtleld and local pctiiifc frum-acted at Plor "A" foot at Twenty fifth street. Tickets on sale C. ft O. depot, W. H. LANDON, Agent. rvewport News. Schedule NORFOLK ft ATLANTIC TERMINAL CO. , "SEWALLS POINT ROUTE" IN EFFECT MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th. 1909. | Subject to change without notice: LEAVE NORFOLK. r;M a. in., 8:30, 9:45, 12.15, p. ni.!:30,^ 12:46, 4.00, 5:16, 6:30 p. m. 8undays [only 9:45 p. in. LEAVE NEWPORT NEWS <S:00 a. m.. S 05. 9:20. 11:50, 1:06 p. m. 2.20. 3:35, 4:60, 6:06 p. ra. 8us> days only 9:20 p. m. I THE NORFOLK ft WASH INGTON STEAMBOAT CO. (Schedule Kffertlv? Not. 1. 1908.) The New ami Powerful lion Palace I Steamers NKWPORT NKWS. WASH? INGTON and NORFOLK, will teat* I dally as follows: Northbound. Lt. Portsmouth . "6:00 p. m. ll,r. Norfolk . ?6:00 p. BV ; Lt. Old Point. ?7:00 p. m. Ar. Washington . *7:0O a m> lt. Wash., B. * O. Ry... **9:00 a. a, Ar. Phil. B. ft, O. Ry. ..??11:50 a m, Ar N. Y.. B. ft O. Ry.??2:19 p. as, -?. l.v. Wash.. Per.n Ry... ??8:00 a, m. IAr. N. Y.. Penn. Ry....??1:1* p. m, I La. Wa?h.. Penn. Ry.... .??7:30 a. at Ar. N. Y.. Peaa. Ry. ...??19:40 a. at Southoound. Le. S. T. B A O. Ry ..?11-50 a. m, Lt. Phila. B. ni O. Ry. ...?2:17 p. m. Ar. Wash , B. ft O. Ry. ...?5:20 p. m. Lt. N Y., Peon. Ry.?12:55 p. m. Ar. Wash.. Penn. Ry.??6:lfi p. m. Ar. Wash., Penn. Ry.'6 22 p. m. Lt. Phlla, penn. Ry.?3:*0 p. m. Ar. Wash. Penn Ry.*f:22 p. m. Washington .?t:<* p. a. I Ar Old PC Comfort.?T P) a m. I Ar. Norfolk.?8 90 a m. 'Dally. ??Daily except Sunday. 'Sunday only. , Par Information apply to J. N. SMITH. Ag*nv Colon Ticket I Office. Chamberlln Hotel. Old Point, I Virginia. P. M PRl-TCHARD. On Aceat IJNO. h, WILLIAMS, City Agent, corner Oraahy and streets. Norfolk. Va M ft M. Transportation Co. STEAMSHIP LINES. Paawettgera and Freight. Newport News to Belttmse?, Dalfr Except Tuesday*? p. m. Ferae 13 JM One Way. to00 Reasmf Tris>?IrteJeding Stateroom Sei th. Tickets to Ail Points. N?rfc'fc tO ????.?It. Daily except Thursdays 7 p. m. ma _ _a>_ I? . .BiammmSmM ?^PBjSJrfwmjm. TO P ? If* rWPBjmmfmsa, Kerry Mot).. Thnr. snd Sal 7 p. a. Fir*? ctaas fare fa Hoatoa. Provldsace on. way tl2.*n %\2M Roamftrtp . . >2.*? S9S9 IsafasTmsr meet-* and state For tickets aerl furtfr?r Nawmart Newa, *a?