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Entered at the Newport Newa, Va., | Poato**U j us Becond-Claaa Matter. SUNDAY', JULY i, 1M0. REYONLOS BROTHERS' ?ROPOSI TION TO THE COUNCIL. The prwpoaittoii which the firm ot| Reynolds Bros propoaea to lay before the c.ty council in collection wi'h the] instil r... lltaatlM is made, we be? lieve in good faith, and with a (un? it re desire to relieve the local insur? ing ptblic of th" burden of the kddl lional 10 per cent added to rate? by the Southeastern Underwriters' As? sociation and at ihe same time re? habilitate the lasyance business in Newport New.? Ftom file si tadpoint of the insurance agents and com pan es tili? la a food proposition. It robably will appeal, loo, to the in? dividual It. surer who is facing the prospect of having to pay 1 ? i pi additional for his fire insurance and who th nks only Ins own Imiandl '?? interests without looking into the future. But the members of the c:ty council I are called u|>cn to consider every] phase or the situation, and to remem? ber that a fight Is in progress in| wh'eh there is a principle involved Therefore, they cannot afford t>>a<rept j Reynolds Hrothets' preposition or *n\ ether offer of i similar nature, if matter how tttractive ,t may be tol same of the ioliv:<|.?: m-Mirers and! to the insurance agents who want to| get the business which is being with? held on account ot ;iic excessive rat"*) charged and the dictatorial attitude aeamned by the Ttust. Reynolds Hrother^ ask the couac 1 to enact an ordinance providing mat any insurance <on.pany which will write policie? at the rate? which were In effect at the time the recent in iier cent incteape was pat into effect stvMI be refunded any moneyd paid in li? cence taxes in excess of a flat charge] of $*."> and an ad valorem tax of z] per cent. In return the Arm gnaran ?ees Jo write insurance ca -II prop-1 erty in tt.. citv. the shipyard and | Chesapeake A Ohio terminal except? ed, in companies not am luted witn| the Southeastern I'nderwrtters' Aasc elation and at the old rates. To enact this ordinance would be. *? etf-ct, to aay to the Insurance! Trust. - You have beaten us. ro hack with the old rate, and we wtll cat ear license rsx in two." The fact that Re v tic 1.is Brothers are making the r propo* tloei a* the rep. lasinUtive? of aon board com i .a roe doe, not cbacgr the so nation Tae noa-bcord cnmpaeie? raised ?h.-.r rates ?long with the companies ?? Bated with the Trust, sad the offrr| to take off the' ie per cent ia am only oa condition trat the council ?o] jan* what the Trcrt is endeavoring I he compel it t-? do?red ace ttc swMBhwj tax The caaaaaoaweaKh's attorney. an| OsaBad hy two pro?meat iBiiST.i the lecal hwr. is bow cnr?sr* in on| lo demonstrate that it im en for lawaeaace rosaaaaiee to 4tcta*e to moaiclpcl.ttea ,B?t otapresa the wshl?r tb^onah power ajalasii Wf ta Sa rates Tae pm re .11) I "I it, am! tin- attorney few 'he com? monwealth lire confident that this Ifiilti |; going, to bo Mi-'alned t?y the higher courts Kurth, imote, eel, !(!< ijble portion of the :Usurins public is effo< t laliy reaj ntiug the Trimt* < ppr. Moll by refusing to re? new policies, slid as a result th.? com panic* will loo lliii.Hin or more in. Hy in irreiiiiums Mst I the) decide | lo give .V ? p< ri \e-v ; a ffc ?< nt rate. And tin-, pupei believes the decent rn? <- will lie fertile.tiling either from j board or noti tioaril r< inpiiii ' * both, before this aino ill has be< lost many times. This light uudoubtly y work'nr, a hard/hip u|kui insurer* who ate esjffih' p.lled to carry |X liclo.. regirdhss ot their own wishes, mid we r. >.>rr> to Kit\ that Uli.; cla?s i. numerous in Sew|M1I I Now- It'll We I. in win ii the light -tatted, and If wo i|d be the he ght of folly and ? I Bawl III the IM till, il lo knuckle to the coin panio. siini.ly heaajajga we have fw en; remind) <i of the fact. Ulnui the lle.-nse lax rrilui in taken ep n.-xt y. ir. the .ouucil w ii | give due cona d. ration to <he lax oi Immune, companies, and if the lav ar asse-sed this year Is e\ .? hfi we believe amends will be inutle, Jt ??'' as two im in hers of the tin I nee BMI mlttee promised a reprosontrtive ot the. Treat the day before the famou? j "plik slip" wan sent out. Hut tn< ccuncil will continue to do lu ownl deliberating and legMatlng unless atidj ?intil ii ha- been denionsttated tn?t j there is no law In V.r^u;:a .o |ireyeir a coinbin ;tion aj roii^iration.-. fron usurping thi? duty ind peiugauve. IA MENACF TO HEALTH AND NUISANCE Because negro laborers object t( working at night is no reason IM having the paved streets of the c.ty swept during the day According tc physicians who ought to know where of they speak the practice of sweep Ing during the day. when the street are filled with people, bj a men :r ? to public health. Il this (I trie tin custom should ot' put under the ban by the city's hivlth department, and this pajiei beli . es Mayor Jones ha? nded wisely in deciding to lay th? matter before that depart men t lor an | opinion. Th.- strhet committee of tht counc.l and City Engineer I'earse ol course will not pt^sist In the pro lent custom If they are ass-ired by com? petent authority that it is dangerous Whether < r not sweeping tu dB] light is a mena.. to health, ?MffP It is a gTeal nuisance and f?r UsW reHion alone it should be stopped, r the laborers who are now in the ctty j| employ refuse to work at night, ge others who at- not so hard t<> pi?-ise STREET BEGGING. The Norfolk Ijtnilmarja\-ay *: Iteggais should be bamsheil iron the streets in th. op.inion of both tti? Richmond Vlrg i an and the Peters burg Index Appeal The Ijindmsrs j has long rrgi-d the same .-..nrsi tit gam/od charity wiP provide for de serving rises; the other* should not] be encouraged This paper has protected agains' s-r. et begging time and again, it seems almost inio.???.:.- ??? havi the practice permanently broken u Worthy people who need asststan. can find relief at the BenssffiRBaJ Chart ties' headquarters in the sa lors Re?t. to which they can bo dirorteC ] by any police officer or by mcst clt: sen*. Professional beggars ougn' | not to be tolerated at all Those nm? car. work and will i belong in jail those who cannot w >rk belong m tb? Nobody arill be arr- sted in connec tion with the trading of votes allege* to have Iwrn carried en in the recen? | electkvn of city office's by the conn cR. However. If there are honest mer :n the council Tho were gntliv o* trading in this election they will not | be particular!, happy in rewtetnhertnr thai thev committed ? m?*?>nv-an-? for which the, ahonld he behind th. bars of the ritv Jatt Tncl. Jo. ' fannnr. r< mirk it you ?eflows wonld trtte snr not an? J ?kla me and ?et down to ttar pf*c< where 1 keep my sentiments yon c| find that I am better thai*. I look aiwi) better than the laswrceat. sad Oratio erat* paint ase* AH of ante* r* calls what th? man said to the hn? hand of an igt? wife who meai.or.ee | that hi ??'> was only ah a deep (Norfolk Virginian Pilot.1 iiose. hi* absolute roi!;i;<|e. ami hi* No public man of hin ow n day an?l candid Int? rcourse ',itli hi - people let's M'licruiton hau mi attracted and held no question hltttail ihciu. II?? was a the trusting aflct-iiou ol the Virginia man who was I .v c d and trusted, anc people as .lohn Wurnii k Danle'. I ?? never t>< tia.wd the trust. Thioiighi'ii an aitive i.neer of .011 lie was i lean el siiuul.irlv'd' ? p a | ly hair a century he baa stood eon- lections: if he wa> nun h loved in re ?gSCAsOtafij 101 ward as the cxpon nt of turn he loved njui h. Aa we reeall him | 1 lie boal 11? titinient of the Common- today stunding a lew years ago under Matth, voicing always a spirit ol pa irtolisui loo dr ply founded to BW shaken hy eonsulerations of selfish interest, and oei iipving a 111018t pedes? tal' so high thai I hose who felt Hie trre.i of hi. own htiutilul homi su:roundcd by hi- i:uiil\. tle-re was ? seaae bf Ineffable love ai d .nutnal M lowship and und-Taiamltug that was | swiei and until 1 s - a I. :i l>' .1- iheodoi strained at times to tuk-- issue with) of the blossoms 'hat 1,loomed in pro his opinions oil political question*, lusioii uhout thiMii Hi- teas the glen*. Were always ready to pay tribute to his sitieirltv i.r lonvietion and purit?: ol motive. Ills brillant r< eord as a oblii r. his 1 on! 11:a 11 diitg li/.ure and classic lace. bJa n ? iiowncss of tongue .mil giu?e oi gesture, and a gift of oratory which lacked no eaaaatieg .iiiality of natural grse a Of culture | llnixh all these bespoke f ir hltn initial popularity: but neither one nor all of these pleasing attributes would have iuffiied to ? stabltah and proiract his primacy in the public heart through 'h-t trying pditieal \ it issimiles'of so many evintful years, had he been wanting in those elements of e-harac er thut owe nothing to 1 nance and \'eld nothing to change; courage tin faltering. Truth aaQIICtlhtgltlg Honor begged taint or temptation, ntid a elvic tioasWlltinril as sensitive as ib^at with !i - Hided and guardi d the conduct of he priva'c gentleman ? ? ? ? ? ? His death leaves a vacancy never to be exactly tilled. Other Vir? ginians, some great ami some goou will Inh Tit the toga to which he lent ligliity for nearly three decades; but he si hool from which his equipment ind his standards were derived losed. and "Take him for all injiil. are ne'er hall look upon his like again." ot pride and gratitude for all tle-ii leder 11 tills: 1 i s. and theirs a lixi admiration and sol.i it.ice that only gootl man inspire; in the hearts < wife and (hildn 11. In every corner oil the State today there are te ars and | d-;ar rememherati'es of him wie sle-eps well after life's lliful fever. (Petersburg Progress.) John Warwie k Daniel, Halted Stat-11 Senator from Virgin ll orator, stau n'an and all that toes to mike a 111 ?reut in the eat tm at ion of ale fallow 1 llizens. will be smccded. but hi paace in the hearts of the people and the eminent position he bad" held foi many years, will not be Piled. Then are no more Itr.niels left, at hast DO1 in \'irginia. (Norfolk Isaadmark.i In referring to the late Senator iianlel aa for "thirty years Virginia's avorlte son." the published press re .orts do not ovesrst _>p the mark. The ?taifment is both a tribute la Major i?niiiel and a character sketc h of him. Virginia's place in history is such as 0 warrant the conclusion that she would not give her enthusiastic sii|i Kirt -.0 a public man for so Ion? a Imp unless hfl were worthy of the Mstinrtion. And John \V. Daniel area worthy of he distinction. As a political leader ic was jirae tical ih the sense of win ?ing his fights, and yet rose head and hoithlers abov-t the average of the rowd of politicians who came and vent during his own almost uninter tipted career as the official repre? sentative of his people in the highest dares they could confer. The peggle .f etrginia knew that Major Daniel vouhl elo his best for them, and tha* ie would never do anything dish.m >rabl' for anybody. And they v.ould have kept him in the senate of th" 1'ntted States as long as he was able o stay in his seat. Just as Alabama ould have k--pt Q -neral Morgan? ifter whose death the senior Virginia senator was the most conspicuous epresetuatlve of his type. .(Petersburg Index Appeal.) John Warwick Daniel easily took ink as 'be first man of this g--nera ion In the hearts of the people of . irginia. He had won this distinctly v ? lifetime of elevotion and loyalty to their interests and service both in war and in peace. When but a mere ,itn nt- :ett school for the stern du les of war. and so served his State 'hat he won promotion as a reward or his bravery, aiu. carries with him o his grave th-> honorable scars of rounds received in the frcnt of hat? te. Whet: 'he war closed he com leted his studies and speedily took ' igh rank ta the profession of law. ?oth in a<t've practice and a* an an he>r As ati orato- he early attracted (Washington Herald.) Senator Daniel was a man of un? compromising honesty ami tremendou> force of character. Whatever he pro fessed. he (Irmly believed. Coiivincin." and wonderfully pi rauaaivfl in orator. ?a vertible knight in debate?hr nevertheless heiu his ? very word of mouth strictly accountable to his pan fclettre. He always and inevitabl commaniled the entire reaped of the public, beeatise he never sought tu trifle with it or play cheap politics: He was the idol or hli Im 1 dills row stituency In Virginia. The Old Do? minion was proud of Daniel, and glori? ed in his achievements and victories; if he made mistake *. Virginia forgave them, because Virginia knew ihey -vere mistakes of the heael alone. Ii had long be-'n thoroughly understood thai Dental should be permitted to die In ihe Senate if he so elected. Si uator Daniel's life history is in spiring and uplifting. He was with? out fear and without reproach?an or nament to his State, distinctly --levat ing influence in paMtlca. anil a cttlsen in whom the entire nation might he we II pleased. itBoalhin and for the past forty years ?*? acknowledged as i|ge ablest cham ?lon in this State of the principles of he Paaaacratlc party. He made more ^?eeches than, any other man in the rtaie In support of Demoe-racy. and torn the beg nning to the end of his .itbllc career was Identified asp lead r with overv public mve-ment for he advancement of Virginia's wel are. (Wa- ingtoo Post.) Virginia's sorrow Is keenly share I ey the (onfi'f. at large Nationally, 'ohn W liante 1 occupied a place in ?opular es-.-e t none but a man en eptlonally endowed wire loTaMc B|fMea coald attain. Soldier, law -er. politician, rator. and statesman. ?e leaves a reei rd of achievement In aeh of thee? a parities which his doeraphers shal blend tntej the splen ?id literary me -nortal his life work mtiv me r ? s .1 dedt-ac be i-e trees to tn-> no.-.! of peateriiy. Hut he rrneration 11. which Itwiprl Ifcd aw erst in hi? revaaded perscmalltr be charm of ifca c-neapooen' pen of rennte-?? which ta spires la us a sen invent quite apart rswri thr admiratiem e bestow upon the poswaeor of mrrri :->rce of r barer ire This distiagi.ish ;Lg grift or fwrultv too elusive for .urcessf'd po'rs'.l aloag with the ?her attrihttte* of nis character, res?? ? away with him la the death of he first rnlzen ot Virginia the old 'rhnol k?se? its woat representative igure ta r.niarana. IN. .-folk Uedg. r DUpa'rh ? Senator Daai-I bad a apsendtd cna -eptkm csf the bleb ofhee be h. Id. He was a I'nlted Sta rs senator and r-hile nrvrr unmindf-tl of this S-s'r ?we gav- .bough- a*vd ?tpprrsa-on to A Pleasant Surprise That's what you've got comlni when you get your first month's ga? bill for rooking and lightning. We venture the opinion tuat it wll not be one-half as large as you ex f.ected It would be. If you think that gas is too es pensive for you to use for cookin? why not satisfy yourself on that point? We'll charge you notRlne ror tell Ing you about what the amount of gas you'd likely use would cost yoi each month Just think of the com fort you're missing by not having s gas range. Newport News Gas Co. Office Cor. 31st. and Waaalngtot avenue Both phones No. 14 New port Newa. Va. ITto the Public f We beg sa announce to the trade that ?;? r- COFER LIQUOR CO. sr. the c?ie a?.t-.it8 for our line of goe-u, namely. Iii OLD CHARTER hr \ lit' KY 1 AY LOR and nag al r brands and anv rat aiming to handle our line are misleading the trade*. WRIG-'T * TAYLOR. Sole Owner* Old Charter Dis? tillery. We tak. a?wre In revom mrndina fi -a yearn of exper? ience. Old Charter and Ken? tucky Tayio- aa the very best . Ic fcoO, for fsmlU aad aaedlcinal Ma arnajpe?. Liquor Co. locoporalrd bale Agewts, Wewport Newa. Va. get! P-oe? ??? CetX- 4SA of ;.Mr PROPER CLOTHES forMEN Buy Your IxtM early Monday, as the store will fco close at num. |g < otiiloriahle for the 4th in sou't-thiiii: liAhi and tool. COOL SUITS, COOL SHIRTS, COOL UNDERWEAR, COOL HAT? COOL NECKWEAR, ETC. Eltf Contest closes July 6th. Don't forget to put in all the votes you can for your friend. 2715 Washington Avenue, Newport News, Va. LARGE. AIRY ROOMS I So n horn expeeajre. Suitable for I two i:en')om. n. Kv< ry cOSVea- I Mace. Very moderat rent. I EXCHANGE HOTEL JOHN VI NEY, Proprietor 2606 Washington Ave. Notice! We have accepted the agency for IVORY Wall Plaster and have a supply ready for de? livery at an attractive price. J. W. JACKSON & CO. Bell 'Phone 399. 28tn Street and Huntington Ave. ????M The Hotel Newport FOR YOUR MEALS OR ".'OUR ROOM. PRICES AND QUALI? TY GUARANTFED. THOS. J. HUNDLEY III Proprietor CONSTIPATION Permanently cured by TIS1T. Thous? ands hare beer, cured?w*y- not you? TIS1T s->ld wiih a money back guar? antee by all druggist*. J. c. OOR :m <'H * ft*., or direct from BKMIS COMPANY. Washington. D. C. Lair* hoi TISIT, inc. -Jhe VERDICT People of all nation* are adopting MM HANAN. WALK OVER AND QUEEN QUALITY SHOES, ia spite of the rerv hirh duty placed on American shoe*. This speaks Well of their merit. Call and see them at W.H.H0DGE4C0. ^PVa? vVtaTej^iVlf^Afl AvtsTMOTy Baseball JULY 4 Doublehealder North End vs. Athletics 10:30 A. M. i Athletics vs. Fort Monroe 3:30 P. M. CASINO - PARK -"WOOD i cord Pine Wood $1.75 j i cord Mixed Wood $1.80 i cord Oak * Yood $1.851 .No Extra Charge for Splitting, All coal wen screened anti kept un der shed3, both wqpo and coal bains ! j delivered perfectly dry. DISTILLED ICE CO. 35th St. and C. & O. Ry. Bell 'Phone 93. Cltz. 'Phone 30*. THE RIGHT PLACE To get y< ur old suits made to look new. LADIES' FINERY A SPECIAL? TY. fAll work Is done by the Prcnch dry cleaning process, and is d?')der:zed after being cleaned. You can save at least 4o |>er cent of your clothing by having your clothes cleaned bv this process. GENTLEMEN Don't forget that soft domestic llnish given your shirts, col? lars and cuffs wi.cn laundered by us. Our wagon will call for. and deliver, ail work with dispatch. Both 'pbonea No. 10. MODERN. MODEL AND UP TO-DATE. Hotel Warwick Laundry No. 119 24th. Street, Newport News. Va. I OLD DR. THEEL, 535 N. 6th w jAirUT ~Smlr I ? r, ? -m-. ..>..< 1 II > .ikh Aflfinini it iw mM} ??? Ur '^^^ih_. r-*?. ... mi m. in *? m mm Ihmm iw 4lmm* le. m ki* ml ' i' *4i* * rn..i. ?.? i. ?.?!???. ????? i- i. ?.i ? hieran >?* .Mfc?^?. ?niM ?i-^fc. .? i? i? ?l takeii afra?e> b.f^-w. a ?i........ ? '-???? llkn. i ?? prwfV* .1 i.r. ? na>W || i mm I M fr? ?-.?. .tl. i.? c ?'? ? ....... ta. ?-!#. .--i. Mrs u.? - ?.?. iu ?? <WVfW ?? )? t TRANSPORTATION OUIUE. AN]BOS LIKE GLASGOW ?rtd LONDONDERRY ?aiilnt fro? K.w York ererr saiarrlay New Twin Screw Stea<n?htpe "California." "Caledonia.* ?Columbia' (Average passage 7} days. I SALOON. M7.S0 and *72.50. SECOND CABIN. *4S and $47.50. THIRD CLASS. and ?30. ?Farne da" ?wt rtMn siel Sr? cIm oeT Km ere IllasteasrS Sana of Ion ?n<t inform 't m mkspmc<os eaoTHta-. ?* Ja. Scrim., e^r. Hex Is Xrwnn t news. CLYDE LINE PHILADELPHIA Steamers icare Mondays a atu Thursday* and K^tnrddrv Leave Patnaoetphia Toeadaya. rhnrsdayr and Saturday*. rralcht lexadved aavs CtOmmt ?laiiv ?: C * o. Pier 6. Office, Rreer Rnad. CLYPR STEAMSHIP COMPANf. James W McrarrlcJL Oeaeral Bontbem As it ?H1LLIP? L'Nf ? Past m'eaaaer ruROv^KT leaves Pier A erery Wcaatar. Wed>eadar aad Friday 7:d? a. aa, for rv.ermcurr and taaaee Rreer landing* fCrery Taea> day. The radar and Satiren? far H-r Saffc at t tm ax Sa. KnrlirV anal new, K. CHRISTIAN, TRANSPORTATION GUIDE. CHESAPEAKE ft OHIO RY. Fatt Trains to Richmond and tha Waat. Leave Nnwport Newa 10: i < a- mn and 5:05 p. m. dally. Local Trains to Richmond f:00 A m 6:20 p. m. dally. Trains arrived Newport Newa 10:0# a. m, 1?: 30 a. m . 6:30 p. m. and 7:1*0 p. m. Steamer Service for Norfolk. Uvave New|>ort Newa 10 35 * and 5:35 p. m. dally. Old Dominion Line Daily Service FOR NEW YORK Steamer leaves Norfolk, (foot of ('horch st.) 7:iio p. m. dally except Sunday for New York direct. JAMES RIVER NIGHT LINE STEAMER FOR RICHMOND, VA. I .caves I'ier "A" 8:30 every evening, passengers only. S?op at Claremont I > Had or receive passengers on sign;.,. VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COM? PANY, James Ktver Hay Line for Richmond and all James River land? ing*. Steamer leaves Newport News Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays it B:U a. m. for Richmond. Leaves Nannte1 News Monday, Wednesday and Friday at S p. m., for Norfolk and Old Point. "SMi 1T1PIKLIV leaves Pier "A" dally except Sunday 9:00 a. m. foe Norfolk, and 4:30 p. m. tor Smlthfield. Ocracoke leaves Pier "A" dally ex? cept Sunday y a. m.. for Smithfleld ?.nd 3 p. in. for Norfolk. A i husir.^ss between Newport Neva and New York transacted ^at Her No. 6. All busli.ess between Newpon No\?a, No-folk, Smithfleid and local :-.:i tr><n>-acted at Pier "A" foot of Twenty fifth street. Tickets on sale C & O. depot W. H. LAN DON, Agent. newoort News. NORFOLK & ATLANTIC TERMINAL CO. "SEWALLS 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, 3:50, 5:05, G: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, 6:45, 8:00, In.no, 11:15 p. m. ?Doea not run on Sundays. THE NORFOLK ft WASH? INGTON STEAMBOAT CO. (Schedule Effec'ire Nor. 1, 1908 ) The New and Powerful iron Palace Steamer? NEWPORT NKWS. WASH? INGTON and NORFOLK wiit reave daily as follows: North bour.a. Lr. Porsroouta .?5:00 p. mX Lr Norfolk . ??:?? p. at, Lr. Old Point."7:00 p. m. Ar. Washington .....*7:00 a av Lr. Wash., a * O. Ry... ?9:00 a a. Ar. Phil. BAG Rf. - .??11:50 A m. Ar N. T, B. 4c O. Ry.??2:10 p. m. Lr. Wash.. Pena. Ry... ??9:00 a ra Ar. N. T, Pena. Ry....?*l:la p. ? Lr. Waah., 'Penn. Ry.... .??7:20 a m Ar N. Y., Penn. Ry. ...??19:40 a. m _I Southbound. Lr. S. T., B. A O Ky...-11:60 a m. Lr. Phils. B. at O. Ry. ...?2:17 p. te. Ar. Wash.. II. & O. Ry. ...?1:29 p ?? Lr. N T.. Penn. Ry.?12:55 p. m. Ar. wash . Penn. Ry.?-6:16 p. m. Ar. Wash., Pena. Ry.'6 22 p. ra. i.r. Phlla. Penn. Ry.??:?? p. ?. Ar. Wash . Pena. Ry."?:22 p. Bh i.e. Washington .??:<? P as. |K Old PL Comfort.?7.00 a a. ?r. Norfolk.MOO A a. ?Daliy. "?Daily except Sunday ! Sunday only. , For Information apply 9* J. N SMITH. Agent. Union Ticket 'illre. (-haarherlln Hotel. Otd Point, Virginia P. r PTtlTTTIARO. Oen Agent I NO. L, WILLIAMS, city Pane. Agent, rnewer Oraaby aad Plama rt rents. No-folk, Va_ M. ft M. Trannportatlori Ca STEAMSHIP LINES. aad KretgbL i Bait,more. Daily 'Except tneaamy ? P races $1-00 One Way. BS JO Trtp? incltfd.na Starter***- rnertr TifaifftB tO All r^OllataV rvaRy ex cent Tharadays t P av Krrrr Manu Th?r, and Bat. 7 p. a. rirst raws rare Bp Oosr m. r*rorie5aaea rtaw> we<r.llian ?12aa rrb>.???