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PUBLISHED EVERY MORN1NU
(Except Monday)
At the?
DAILY PRESS BUll.DINQ.
Sil Twenty -fifth atreet.by the
DAILY PI'KSS COMPANY.
C. E. Thacker?Editor and Publisher.
L. E. Pugh?Advertising Manager.
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Here anywhere in the city limits for j
to cents a week. Any Irregularities
reported to the offlce of publication,!
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Six Months .150
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THE DAILY PRESS.
Entered at the Newport Newa, Va,
I'ostofTlcn as Second-Class Matter.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1910.
USING PUBLIC OFFICE FOR PRI-j
VATE GAIN.
The Wise Itdlock investigating
committee' of the Richmond c.tyi
ccuncil hss submitted to the lower j.
branch a report which vindicate.! the(
two lawyer-co'inrilmen of the- charge)
that they accepted a bribe of $.100 tO(
work for the |H?s.-.age of an amend-,
mcnt to an ordinance prohibiting the
iccdlng t:f d'.st Ib-ry waste to mllK
cows. The committee found tnat
Messrs. Wise and Pollock sccepted a
fee of 9500 for services retdered be-i
fori- the chief health officer of ihe^
city, and expressed the opinion that
such practices were "hurtful to etfl-j
clent representation."
fitchmoiul has an ordinance making
;t unlawfrl to feed distillery waste'
?to milk cows. It seems that distillery]
waste lr a verv cheap food for cat-'
tie, and certain Richmond dairymen'
were exttemelv anxious t? have tbcj
ordinance In question amended or re-|
l?ealed. The desired amendment was
tntrodurd in the council and the!
dairymen undertook to convince lhe|
health officer Hut if*was not neces?
sary fcr him to be careful to enforce
the prohibition pending ihe adoption
of the.emendmi'iit Me*srs. Wl.-e and
Pollock, who are members of the
counril and who. as surh, would be
called upon to vote lor er against
the amendment and who. ?e rapes m,
would vote for or against the he nth
oflcer should he offer for re-election,
were paid f.'.'Mi b\ the dairymen ;?
appear before the health officer in an
efft rt to have a v olatlon of the law
winked at.
If there is any leasno for suppos?
ing that these lawyers would havC|
received a fee of f?ffS for appearing
before a department oi the city gov?
ernment if they had not be c, nierr.
bera of the coi ned, it has not appear
ed in the published account.- of the
affair. Perhaps they werr not orioed,
bnt then -? ., i>e no -luestioa
that they were employed as council
men rather than as lawyers.
The R cbmcBd council should, at
least administer a tebuke to its
members who have b.-.>n |f*ilty of an
tJfJBnpassrtrty, if thev have not ; tuaiiy
amen ynilty of a misdemeanor. M.n
who hold piblie office must be t nicht
that they cannot ?sc their positions
^mw prlvnte gnrn. And an ednmtcd.
fjaaannsasl ofBc al who rsea has ps?alias
for private gain In au' h careful ,"asn
hsn ttsai tag cannot be reached by taw
Is snore dangerous to the mum s-..aiu>
or Slate thaa the igncrsat knave woo
artnally eelss kis oiBci-l a ta for
SIM . fl'^
NIWPORT NEWS ADVANTAGES
Orcnratng the nsmt. thv Cav>r*ri
hf. Schwab Is to esl Wish s steel
nlaat at tht- city. she* Nor loth Ledgad
PB patch sesdsea the ml lowing tiver
amV comment upon, Newport News m
?OSns to have rw >o
h? hwM ap \-wpnrl
Per ss ta a way 0VW big railroad seen
ens do srhea thev get d?wa to g.
and 1 Mr arkstk ta not "ostiat to
S*n ? he eertatadg wth fhsd on cwy
where -Ofc! aad Cshan ?res *??-* eat
he*w t*rnis ohnn ta I0ewpi>rr News,
and b. ? ? sed -f -r.'e * rajaa.
for the establishment of his pluit.
Newport News is the logical At
Ian:it coast polut for a st?-? I pl*J?t.
The tumors concerning Mr Schwab a
plans have been going the louiids for
tome time. ?ud we sincerely hope
that they are well founded, though
it has been linpoes.ble to have them
confirmed. However, because wn?t
Th. le dger IMspatch ssy* is tru?J, we
are satisfied that our long wished for
steel plant will be forthcoming afttg
?: while.
MORE STREET SWEEPING
NEEDED.
Mayor Jones' Suggestion that more
strict sweeping is needed in Newport
News Is worthy of serious considera?
tion at the hands of the highwaj., and
scwi is committee of :he council. It
may be that the street force is wor*.
Ka| under handicaps and is doing tne
best it can ,n the circumstances. Hut
wliatevtr may be the cause, the ie
B'llt 1? apparent to everybody who
goes cn the city's thoroughfares. The
afreets are not "kept Stegs.
While the committee Is ronsidcring
ways und tn?aus of keeping the paved
streets In a proper state of cleanli?
ness, attention also should kg given
to the srggestion that the old cus?
tom of sweeping the street.* at
night be put in practice "ga.n.
Sweeping du Ing the day, when the
streets uro filled with people aud the
grocers und fruit dealers luve their
goods on display, net only is a
nuisance but is a menace to public
health.
If all the people In Newport .News
who are directly or Indirectly inter?
ested in the fight against the Insur?
ance Trust were to ultend ,lu*t!re|
Brown's court this nioniint, hjfcj honor
would have to adjo ni^to thev ras.no
grounds in order to accommodate his]
audicU'C.
The president cf the international
Woman's Suffrage Associat.on h::s al
peculiarly upptopriatc gggge. She ia|
Mrs fatt.
JAILED FOR CONTEMPT.
Two Carnival Mus clans Spend Dayj
With City Sergeant Mugler.
Qeotge Hattelottl, s musician of the
earnirjl ccmpany that showed here'
last week, who was arrested Monday
on the charge of larceny, and Joe
King gold, aiu thoi carnival musician,
were jailed by Justice Drown yester?
day morn in* for contempt of court.
They spent s?ver:?l hours with Cityi
Sergeant Muglcr.
Ring-gold was a witness aeatnst]
Uittelottl and the men had a hcatci,
atjtument in the court. The latter
was charged with failure to deliver
Jullrs Krv $.", with wh ch to return to
bis home in- N'crtb Carolina Justice
Ilr< wn made the acruaed "hand over
the five and then dismissed the eise
with the understanding that the prin?
cipals and witnesses should leave|
town befuis ni>:ht.
MR. FRAZIER IMPROVING.
Young Man Who Was Injured Monday
May Recover.
Louis T. Prezier, the young clerk,
who was probably fatally injured by
tailing into an area-way at the Purity
Sutler store Mnnriay morning,shuwod
slight improvement yesterday, but his
condition is ?tili criiical.
He is suffering from concussion of
atg brain and. while they are yet un
rblr i-> tell (leflnit ly. the sttendlne
physicians fear that there is a frac?
ture at the ba-'e of the skull.
Death of an Infant.
Oladyi Uirlanr. the twenty-one
months old daii.-h'' r of Mr. and Mr*.
W H. smuh. of Twenl>-eighth
street, died last night at 7:lj o'clock:
at the home gf her parents The tur.
aeSJi ?11 take place ?t the reddrnce
tomorrow attercoon at 2 r'? !c -K. Kcv.
Samuel | Xaff. pastor o( the Calvary
Itaptist church, assisted by Rev. T.
Y Seymour, pastor of the Tsb*rna< te
lUi ti-t ch irch. will connurt the ser?
vices nd interment sill be made nt
UrceaUwn.
A Distinction.
"Huh?" boasts the first little boy.
"my father ?ras on the rrc^ptksa com
mittee when Roosevelt mas in onr
t< wa during his caaapaigw " *
"Huh " retorts the little New Yerk
N>y, "my father was the only man ir:
New York who wasn't on the re-rep
ti-m committee when Rome volt came
hack from Rarooe. ? Judge
NKW V?RK. ??'.??? ' .'' ?
? Vwed quiet; mtddhnc uplsnds U.J?:
mtdnlms gwsT. tt?*. s?re?. 7.??,
bales P\< ewes < prwed
Open H??h i^?w Casae
Jane .. . U tW 15 13 Use U n>?
July . 1533 13.3? UM Is..
Aug .. 14? ||S, 14 4* I gag
Resg, .. 13 ?? UM Ute lj I]
Oct. .. . 13.43 IUI I3J? l:.-.
Nev ..- ?-? 13 ga
Dee . . I1L 12 37 12 1J lg.li
Jaa . 13 23 13 2J ISA* 1334
hTwrek . 12*2. 12 3 12 14 1214
STh* nsstTlsnr if |
Yesahwea perhsR- swaones Sea
kg raw mm kaabMsty to identify ite
Peysef
Says
NE HIS INSTALLED A,
Model Store
He Desires You fo \iiit
and Inspect II.
IVl a credit to your
city mud you will he
just a * proud of it ts
he is.
It ia filhd to the brim
with all that's new and
np-to-tli?'.fi'coud in nun's
CLOTH litG, HATS,
SHOKS and "Fixius."
Don't Fail to Call Karly
and Ofteu !
SATURDAY
SPECIAL
STARTING NEXT SATUR?
DAY, JUXE M
We will have a ipceitl
jdice sale iu oue <<f our
lines for SATURDAY
UNLV and every Satur?
day there will be boine
thing doing.
WAICH FOR NEXT SAT?
URDAY'S SPECIAL
2715 WASHINGTON AVE.
SlOCkS HP UPWARD
Freight Rate Agreement Brings
Activity to Market.
SHORTS RUSH TO COVE* S^;**? ?f?
News From Washington on Railroad
Situation Caur.es Great Demand
and Prices Rise by Leaps?Wild
ners and Disorder on the Exchange
?rty Associated Pres?.>
MOW YORK, tune ".?The' BtCCK
market greeted the news of an agree
ment ort the rate dispute? betwien the
jovernm -nt autliorities and the
railroad people "Wtth a spasmodic re?
covery mi the den-line of several days
i-ast. Th-? demand for uncovered
?Marts was so urgent and imperative
as to cause an oiwnins Jump in pttot
rarely equalled tor srflsBSCSM a;. I di
order. When the first wild scrsmble
of the bears to ?ovo/ Bhwrts was over,
there ensued a more crmservailve
view of the situation and u was not
until the end of the day that prices
rose again to tisa best.
The dl/ncul'.y of appraising the news'
grew on; of the stn-.s laid in the
previous speculation on the immense
importance to the roads of the In?
creased freight rates. > which the gm
crntm nt was opposing. The influence
?f tiic announcement from the White
House was enhanced by the profes?
sions aj satisfaction from railroad of
nVials who had cxpr ssod most alarm
over the suit to enjoin the rate ad
ranees and their opinion that th
hreateajed cessation of exjtcndit'.tre
n ight net prov-' necessary. ?
?e*)i tat Ions, it Is said, for 'be ssl>
of |l."..i?ea.<>oe of Michigan (Vntrs.l
Umds' In Paris, which have been
iispcnrYd. would be resumed, i anc
tads assertion was of more effect on
?cntim-nt than yesrrrday'a news of
?be sale of ?:..<s? oon of Southern
Pacinc bonds in "rermany. "in spite of
the ra*r Injunction.
The
rd af
one. which Inferver.
?ntng Jump, was mach
he natural tendency t?
n ?o considerable a r
srlrtng pr <;. ?1? d K.
aerially en g; p* .
suspicion of rrneweo
rcoarat of an impor*sn
a?e-fe.
?try sM at
I'00 PER IHAME
swa caw st aar
freight rales by the lomnierce com?
mission pending the enactment of the
r.cw railroad law.
BssxdO w re irregular. Total sal?^-.
par value. J2.76X.Wmi. l'n?ed States
bond* were tinchang? I on call.
Tola' sales, today. l.u44.4on sharer.,
including: Amalgamated Copper, ft?
?DO; Sugar, l.Wo; Tobacco, 100
Atchison. 25.800; A. C. L., 500; C. ft.
O.. 15.200; St. Paul. 58,400; L. ft N.,
Mow; V. & W? TiiO; Pennsylvania.
She!
Ii? Id. ecu; Southern Pacific. 02.200;
Southern Railway. 1.300; pfd. 1.1 10;
lYHOOOasa Copper, S00; U. P.. 159t60U;
V. C. C, 4.700.
Clcsing List.
Allis Chalmers pfd .i?'Vs
Amalgamated Copper.07V?
American Agric iltur.'l.42Vfc
American lU'et Sugar .i>4
American .Tan . SVs
American Ctr A Found:y 5t*s
American Cotu n Ol ?? .?"W
gjpnrilcan Hie*- A Leather pfd ? Mil
American Ice Securities.22"4
American Linseed.i'->
American I.i lomotive.t:>
American Sineitin-,' ft Rettn. ... 7li%
American Smelting^A Refln pfd I9i
American Steel Ke unifies .. ... ?l
Amer can Sug : Reflaiag.117
American Tel. A Tel.13,*%
American Tobacco, pfd.*5*4
American Woolen.32 1
Anacondj Mining Co. . .41
Atchiscn.l?4tfe
Atchison pfd.101
Atlantic Coast Line.\19%
tmltimoic A Ohio.llZw
Bethlehem Slee|.23?k
Brooklyn Rapid Tr..0sR.78%
Cansdlan l*sciflc.I97w
Central l>-ither.3/
OaastM Leather pfd .1?"%
Tentral ef X? o leraey.255
C-'.esapeske A Ohio.*3?o
:"h csgo A Alten.M
Chicago Great Western.2?w
Chicago, Crest Western pfd ... 47?*|
:Tkicago & Northwestom.!4?
hlcagT). Mil. A SV Paul.M%\
<' . C C A St Loata.7?
f> Irr dc Fuel ft Iron .. .. 34?%
"olorsdc A Sent bent .i>?<4
Coni-olldated c.:>? .. .134'a
Cfcrn I oducts.14-?4
Delaware * Hudson.1?3*
leaver A Rio Ornde., "-6%
lenver ft Rio r.raade pfd .71
Tg?tin-rs' B> -ir"ie? .29
?*.TS',
X*> hft pfd .. .?4
KrVr 2nd :4d.".. 32?*
Teaeral n-ctr- .I?
treat N> ihrra rdd .
Ireat Northern a>re CUs.t*%
?ilira% f. n rs!....m
'otiwbwrrngh M-t. 1?%
atrrhnrourh Vet ?fd.T M S?
loUra-'ronai Harvester .. ...?,??
RRV OVER k NEW LEAF
AND
Invest Your Money
?m m
Paid-up Stock Certificates
or
s^^WAssar Afgi ? ,ls jjj n saaaw
<*SMm4n fMwm.\l.fmmm J
"TllT. /Xvwrrjd^pr:
Hampton, Phoebus and Old Point
Inter -Mai lue pfd .17
Internat tonal Paper .. .. .. 10%
International Pump.44%
Iow a Central .. . .v.18%
Kansas City Southern.32%
Kansas City So it hern pfd . 65'/*
Le.clede Ges .. .. .".Iflft
Louisville ? Nashville.142%
Minneapolis & St. i.oul;.30
Minn St. P. A Sai.lt St M ...136%
M'ssour., Kansas A Texas . 39V?
Mis<ouii. Kansas & Texs> pfd . 66%
Mlaaoerrl pacifie.66%
National Biscuit .1?5
National l ead .74%
Nat'l Rvs. of Mexico 2nd pfd . Stil
New York Central.1151k
New York. Ontario & Western . 44%
Norfolk A Western.100%
North American.68 V4
Northern Pacific.1254? j
Prcific Mail.XV*]
Pennsylvania.131%
People s Oas .-. .1(14%
pittsburg. C. C. A St. Louis_ ?8%
Ptltsburg "oal.18%
Pressed Steel Car.34
1'ulln: in Palace "ar .. ..?_160
Railway Steel Spring .34%
Reading .
Repi:hlic Steel.30
p. pahMe Steel pfd .?2%
Mack Island Co.41%
Rock Island Co. pfd .84%
St. Louis & San Fian. 2nd pfd . 40%
St. Louis Southwestern .29%
St. Lc-ils Southwestern pfd ... 71%:
Slops Sheffield Steel A Iron .. 69 j
Southern Pacific .121%
Southern Railway .. .25% |
Southern Railway pfd .59%
TenncFsce Copper.25 '
Texas A Pacific .2?%
Toledo. St. Lou s & West.20 j
Toledo, St. Loub & West, pfd . 60% j
Union Pacific .171% :
Union Pacific pfd.92%:
United States Realty.lO
United States Rubber .. ..... 38%'
United States Steel.78%'
United States Steel pfd .116 I
?nh Copper.44%'
Virginia Catollna ^hemical ... 59%!
Watvsh .19%1
Wabash pfd .43%
Wertem Maryland .44 74 1
Wcstinghouse Electric .61 %
JUGGLING WITH LIQUORS
Is all too common. We are proud to
be sble to say that all our liquors
are entirely free from manipulation or
adulteration of any kind. The labels
tell plainly what the contents of the
bottles are and their truthfulness is
Kuaranteed. You get what you pay
for here and get it good.
Duff G?rden Imported Snerry, per
gal .?2.00
California Port ..... .1.00
Claret. . 1.00
Sweet Catawba _#.1.00
Ulackberry .1.00
Rhine Wirte, per bottle .50c
A'hiskies, full quarts bottled in bond.
ML Vernon.*..$U9
Green River.1.25
Melwood .LOO
Overholt .1.00
Old Oscar Pepper.1.00
Gingerheimer .1.00
Old Taylor . 1.00
Piedmont .1.00
Golden Heritage . 1.00
Hunter .1.00
Duffy's Malt .\.85c
Paul Jones.76c
Straight Whiskies in bulk, per gal:
Montlcello..-SLOO
Harper . 4.00
Paul Jones .2.75
Old Charter . 2.50
Park wood .2.0.
Double Stamp Staight Gin .2.00
Bottled Beer, Ale and Porter per
dos.60c
N. LEONARD
18 Mellen Street Phoebus, Va.
Western Un on.
Wheeling & Lake Erie
M'
Chicago Grain Market.
CHICAGO, 11.1.8.. Jwe 7?Twice
today the whe t gMsTkef broke badly
because the short interest had been
squeezed cut in rapidly made au
vances. July delivery was more
Mighty thin the deferred months, .car
bein? shown as to possibility of a
trap in that future. The close how?
ever, was fairly steady at a net 10S3
of % to %e%. Corn was bestry even
when wheat was strong, and finished
% tc 1 cent off. Oatg at the end Ot
the session had been % to % lower,
and prov sions also were down a to
12%. <
Articles
Wheat
July ..
Sept. .
Dec. ..
Corn?
July ..
Sept. .
Dec. .
Oats?
Jtly ..
Sept, .
Dec. ..
Open High Low Close
91%
91%
90%
58%
59%
57%
95%
92 %
91%
59
mj
57%
93%
91
90%
58%
59%
57%
94%
9i /?
90 a)
58%
n9*
37% 37% r;7 37%
35% 36 35% 35%
36% 36% 30 36 %
Mess P^rk. aer bbl.?
July .. 22.00 22.12V421.90 21.97%
Sept .. 21.67%21.75 21.45 ELM
Lard, per 100 lbs.?
July .. 12.35 12.3."%12.25 '2 25
Sept. .. 12.25 12.30 12.15 12.15
Short Ribs, per 100 lbs.?
July .. 12.57%l?.7? 12.55 12.57%
Dependable Clothes
Are Made by
STORM,
The Tailor.
The thing to consider in giv?
ing us your order is that the
suit is cut and made in our shop
and wc can fit you perfectly
because oL that fact. Be a tail?
or-made tpan and get us to
make your clothes at from $15
upwards. ?,
JOHN STORM,
THE TAILOR.
West Queen St. Hall's Old
Stand.
Cleaning, Repairing and Press?
ing Neaty Done.
Sep'
12.30 12-32%12.17%12.17%
Treasury Statement.
WASHINGTON. D. C. June 7 ?
The condition of the rrcas iry at the
beginning of busimss today was as
follows:
Trust funds:
Gold coin. ts.-.7.721,869.
Silver dollars. $489.782.00?.
? Silver dollars of 1*90. $3.702.000.
Silver eejjificates oulctanrfing.
$4S9.7S2.*4>0.
General fund:
Siand'rrf r Iver dollars In general
fund. $2.3119.322.
Current liibllities. $9*.815.89l.
Wot king balance in treasury offices.
$19.742.211.
In banks tr credit of treasurer of
the United States. ?3MS6.722.
Subsidiary silver coin $21.247492.
Minor roin. $1.192.52?.
T. tal bah nee In general had. $?3.
441.669.
SAND
Cement, Gravel Crushed Stone
and Building Material.
J. V. BICKFORD
SAND AND GRAVEL CO
Hampton and Newport News.
Hampton. 'Phons 3.
Oiliver Stod. eto.. Anywhere In H?mp
to-, or Newport News.
Agent Alpha Portland C<
Nocihsmntno Portland Oemant
TRANSPORTATION GUIDE.
AN 'FOR LI*E
GLft GOW;ndLOKDOHOERRY
rfs Uns from Hew V?Tk ?verjr BSSBteaf
.Ww Twin Screw Sr<?a.nsh'ps
-California," "Caleion a.'' -Columbia"
(Averace passage 71 days.i
SALOON. $S7.M> and $72.50.
SECOND CABIN. ?45 and $47.50.
THIRD CLASS. ?28.75 and ?30.
?Forsewia" Is* *n?1 *ri rhBBIdBM
For ae* WsMfatvi s???t ?f iw? seel ?riform
%mm a-r-T ?e Hs5l>m-'<?* Ks.'TttMS. or
Ja Sntmasc'tr. ??? IS Ne?t?> t >ew?.
New York Money MSrket.
Ni:w YORK. June T?Monev on
es'I easy. 2%s2% per cent, reilng
rate. |%; ~'n* ng bed. 2%: offered at
2V Time loans, easy and dull. *l?
*y dawg, 3%a3% per rent, snd ninety
eiye, 3%, ate asoatha, 4a?%
Clo^e Prime mercantile paper. 4
fn |ier c?nt. sterling es hast*
steady hi decline, with acta*! "Thursday a.
n?s in hankers bfHs at 4g3 55a4.*J 4?'
tor efsty inj tdhts. sad at *MM for
demand OncnmereisT tttU. 4S3%*<v
bar i Iver. Se*%. Mexican dclUrs. 44
CLYDE LINE
.PHILADELPHIA
Icage Mondays a! m..
Stcsmcrs
?8.
Baltimore Ors.n Msrket.
TlMORfc. htli. June
7 ?
l/eave Pwilade1ph:a
Thursdays and Hatardays.
Freight received and delivered dallv
at C. A O. Paar ?. Omee, River
Road
Ci-TDF STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Jamea W McCarrlck.
tmW nominal: spot, gg a. feed.
OATS m|s>. |4? 2 wfeate. 45a %
It . } astsed. 4gaS
R\E dvfl. Me 2 west era evwsrest.r.
*:sv.
PHILLIPS LINE.
sasaaaasr r*ut\tn?tnXKr
fVr A every sSwwday. Wedec-dav s*M
sy?dav 7 45 *. av. for PeirTsm.re muri
Con*
Eat
ywL
Fl LLaTstr Des a
ClgdBJ
TRANSPORTATION GUIDE.
CHESAPEAKE ft OHIO RY.
FMt Tralna to Richmond and the
Waat.
Lea re Newport Newa 10: OS a. m.,
and 4Vo5 p m. daily.
Local Tralna to Richmond
1:00 a. na.. 5:20 p. m. dally.
Trains arrived Newport News 10:04)
a. m., 10:30 a m., 6:30 p. m. and
7:20 p. m.
Steamer Service for Norfolk.
Leave Newport News 10 35 a. m.,
and 5:35 p. m. dally.
Old Dominion Line
Daily Service
FOR NEW YORK
Steamer leaves Norfolk, (foot of
Church st.) 7:00 p. m. daily except
Sunday for New York direcL
JAMES RIVER NIGHT LINE
STEAMER FOR RICHMOND. VA.
Leaves Pier "A" 8:30 every everting,
passengers only. Stop at Claremont
o Kind or/ fatalH passengers on
Mgu.-.i.
VIKGINU NAVIGATION COM?
PANY, James River Day Line for
Richmond aud ail James River land?
ings. Steamer leaves Newport News
Tuesdays, Thursdays imd Saturdays
at 8:45 a. m. for Richmond. Leaves
Newport News Monday, Wednesday
and Trlday at 5 p. m., for Norfolk
and Old Point.
"SM1THPIKLD" leaves Pier "A"
daily except Sunday 9:00 a. m. fof
Norfolk, and 4:3? p. m. for Smith field.
Ocracoke leaves Pier "A" dally ex?
cept Sunday 9 a. m., for SmlthAe'd
..ml 3 p. m. for Norfolk.
A t business between Newport
New.? and New York transacted at
r 'er No. 6.
Ail busii.c-ss between Newport
Neos, Norfolk, Smithfleld and local
pctutt transacted at Plor "A" foot of
Twenty-fifth street.
Tickets on sale C. ft O. depot,
W. H. LAN DON, Agent,
/vewport News.
NORFOLK & ATLANTIC
TERMINAL CO.
"SEW ALLS POINT ROUTE"
In effect Monday, May 29th, 1910.
Subject to change without notice.
LEAVE SHIPYARD
6:00 a. m., ?7:00, 8:20, 9:35, 10:50.
12:05 p. m., 1:20, 2:35, 3:j0, 5:05,
(i:20, 7:35, 9:35, 10:50 p. m.
LEAVE MONTICELLO HOTEL
?6:00 a. m., 7:15, 8:45, 10:00, 11:15,
12:30 p. m.. 1:45, 3:00, 4:15, 5:30,
0:45, 8.00, 10:00, 11:15 p. m.
?Does not run on Sundays.
THE NORFOLK & WASH
INGTON STEAMBOAT CO.
(Schedule Effective Not. 1, 1908.)
The New and Powerful iron Palace
Steamers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON and NORFOIJC will leave
daily as follows:
NorthbourU.
Lv. Portsmouth ."5:00 p. m.
l^v. Norfolk . *6:00 p. m.
Lv. Old Point.?7:00 p. m.
4.r. Washington .*7;00 a. m
Lv. Wash., B. A O. lty... a m,
Ar. Phil.. B. ft O. R?. ..??11:50 a. m.
Ar. N. Y, B. ft O. Ry.??8:10 p. as.
Lv. Wash., Penn. Ry... ??8:?> a. m
ax. N. Y.. Penn. Ky..^.??l:15 p. m.
Lv. Wash., Penn. Ry._??7:30 a m
Ar. X Y., Penn. Xy. ...??19:40 a. m
Southbound.
Lv. ft, tn B. ft O. Ky...?11:50 a. m,
Lv. Phils.. B. ft O. Ry. ...?2:17 p. m.
Ar. Wash., B. ft O. Ry. ...?5:20 p. m
Lv. N. Y., Pena. Ry.?12:55 p. m.
Ar. Wash., Penn. Ry.??6:1?$ p. m.
Ar. Wash . Penn. Ry.!?:X3 m. m.
Lv. Phila. Pena. Ry.?j-.n p. m.
Ar. Wash.. Pena. Ry.*?:22 p. m.
?'-v. Washington .H:*i p. m.
Kt. Old PL Comfort.*7:00 a m
Ar. Norfolk.?8:00 a. m.
?Daily. ??Daily except Sunday.
! Sunday only. ,
For Information apply ta
J N SMITH. Agent. Usioa Ticket
OTtce, Caamawrlla Hotel. Old Point,
Virginia. _
P. M PR ITCH ARD. Oa Agent
mOk L. WILLIAMS. City Famv.
Agent comer Oraaby and pi.
= ? r, <:?, No-folk. Va
If. ?t M. Traniporxation Co.
OTEAMgHtP line?.
? rassangers and FralgbL
Dally Kxewpt Tseaday I s. a
Fares tCJOO One Way. Si
Tr.p? Incled'ng Sutern?
T*hs?a to All Pelnta
Dally except Thursdays 7 p as.
Kvrrv Koa . Tksrr. tsad Sat. 7 p. m
First daws fare to
f?nv> an. men iij.pe
Rot.nd trip...
K<>r 11. w' ai< ' ?
apply to W.U. tMUUG. AarssL

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