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THK DAiLY PRESS.
Kntared at the Newport Newa, Va,
Poctofflce as Second Clase Matter. i
SUNDAY, JOLT 31. 1910.
LET THE DAILY PRESS
FOLLOW YOU
While y??j are spending the
summer months out of town keep !
in touch with home happenings.
The Dally Press wilt do this for
you. ?
By mall to any addreaa in the
United itatea *r.-i Canada for 50c
par month.
FEATHERED DISTURBERS OF THE
PEACE. j
An aggrieved citizen of North End,
who declares that atoaflag after day?
light lu his neighborhood is a Uni";
?nknoaj/ii. .visited The liaily Press of?
fice'a'lew days a*u with u copy of
the Richmond TtflBaa Dttoaateh in Bf
hand, and earnestly raajantatog that the
attention of the editor b'1 din-cted to
an editorial headed "?rowing roosters
and cackling hens." The North Ender
?aa of the opinion thai Th?- Times
Drspatch ha* hit apea th.- real i??ra
mount issue for newapsper dtocaasloa.
Th?- tariff, >ht'*ron.-s<" vhMoii of natural
ie.-oiin i?s. Colonel Rixisev.lt' iirotoiml
utt? ranges, tu.. Wearagraaa situation,
and l>r t rippeti sank into insignifi?
cance in comparts, n with thus muter
cf conserving slumbers between the
homs of 4 and T a. m. these sumiii*?r
mornir.;v
The cas.? ABenanai by The Tinies
DtKpatch was that of Stanley How-.
land, of Asheville. N C. who institeit-1
ed stilt against Or ttrSssaja 1* Winston,
former president o? !h.. I'i:lv?-rsity ot
North Carolina, the tlniverslty ot
Te*?s and th*? Agricvltural and Me?
chanical Instl'utr of Noith Carolina,
and a benefl? way of the Carn.-n?'
Fund, "for ktecpinc a yard, full of
chickens which era? and cackle at an
un?jrt!iy hour of th^ morning, to ihe
great distress of the Ho?land.* and
against the pear*? and dignity of the
State'' The Tim s-Dispatoh discusses
the case In s vein rather 'oo faa'eitoua
for so weighty a subteot. Commenting
upon the plea of the defense tha? the
Ho? lands are Christian Scientists and
that, therefore, they should "dlsregarJ
the CTCwing, because it la s mani
fe**atton of eri\>r that do?*a not estai.
our Richmond contempera'y suggests
that Dr. Winston might so4tc the dit
r.cul;> in f ?.plaining tbe actuation to th?
rossters and bens' aad periu.. n;
Bhaai to think thai tbry crowed aad
onoklH whether they had rrowej ?nd
cackled or sot.
- This paper 1?. faia to coafesa It*
?saht ?onto aa to the effectiveness nf
Chrtottoa setene? to the poult <
The aterrare ro*a?ter is to? ?sao? or
a iiaBst to be buncoed satefki* crow
BB aay sneh fashion We have asar*
fSdth In a' Crnlfbra rtge la the bands
of ? grand ?Bihaasaa. or a mninc
nmaaat tn the hands ?4* a poavcemmn
.Those ubi Mao are anggesfeg to se
Bartnante ctTtoaae whoa? setgBbnrs
to reason
? RYAtr? DEMOCRACY
tn rstsaite mr*r tbe so.
aastog rrnajatotton nf Mr. Bryan an?
the IVatsua rath.? Btatr ronge?t loa la
liny hsrsMir
?dag ef tato eng of Mr
with
voter?,
lad as osPoaiuiWUi. fhs ?-onaty
uult plan for dealing with the Uquof
question, will? h ?Aas iecnli?lii?-ii<l'?1 l"
, th. um', nt? report t traadkaawi by Ik?
Nebraska comentiun. Thf. Daily
?net. lids to have no specf?t
knowltdge ot local conditions in N?
teaaka W?-do nut know Just why hk
Hoan ho itrOBBgl] id? ?d?-?l aii'l
foufcht tor tke ?acattoa ??t tk* ?-.him?
i'iilt plank, nor can we sa;- with ?-?-r
taini.v why the liijuoi lull-res'?? and
the people the? control so streun? ..-?I?
? passas? tin ?teak ate! ??? ?io know
that nubs--; we ai,, to liiiv,- ?tata wnl?
praklblttea arktch ae ?..?? not pr<
par? ?I to adiiiit is Dt-nioctaii?' o efe
pi.Hu. ?I nuil in ib?- Slati must ha fej
lowed to declile foi itself wheih<T <?r
n?,t it win fears tke sab- of Majaor ii
oaaaad aitkte Its boidara Tkhj k
th<- lu-uiocratic ii.itiiiu- in Virginia
today, and ?-a? h political unit of bs*
State decide? under cerlaiu well de
laad liuilt..tion.s wlu-ihi-r it will 'be
? w?t or 'dry.'' lu MekiBabB. as we
aaateawttbad it, the count.<? era "'?
pollllnal uuits, the ctttea and towns
are ineiely sub divisions ot .h? ePBBV
lbs in which Ihey are located and imi
atetia*. aiThririal a., tb?> ata m Vir
giliia. Iheretoie. It would seem (hut
Mi Hiy.iu't; ptenk was tkoroogkt]
ltetnhcratu-, according to tke aCCBktad
Deiiit.eratlc policy in Y'iiglnia 'unlay.
at b-ast
It is int? resting to lind in ?he Pe?
tersburg Inuex Appeal, which is any?
thing bait a disciple uf Bryan, the fol?
lowing fettef but lucid statenieut 01
this case:
Whatever It may be la Nebraska,
und the last woid on the BabfBct has
not y?'t b'-en Baokea to that State,
no tenet of Democratic faith in better
settled and more fully accepted than
the light of the people of a ?'?ninly to
?let? niiinij whether there shall be
|l?l*:?ir traffic In their county or not.
Mr. Bryan -was aje?** more Democrat?
Ic, theoretically and practically, than
in the hour of bis defeat by*- the Dem?
ocrats of his own state.
-. ?PAIN AND THE VATICAN.
S|wiin, always in some kind of trou
tie, is now involved ,in a difficulty
with the Vaticau. Thire has been a
dipiomatlc break, as a result of winch
the ajtaaiton in the kingdom is ?aid
to be prt-caitoiis, and Baa^aaaafoa of
the constitution and a declaration of
martial law may come at any finie.
Thi? Hope and hi? advisors, res? -nting
a stand in regard to religious matter?
?Batea by King Alfonso and his pre?
mier, are said to be pteparing to sub?
mit an appeal to the people of Spain.
Whatever may be the men's of this
[?articulai- controv?'r?y. the iieoplc of
all tree countries n?itarallya?\?ill Jio|>e?
that the Spinish monarch's a'til.ud??
means that there is to be a tin.:I snug?
gle 10 free his government from Koine
ami pin hteato on a footing with the
more progressive countries ?skiefe
will tob rate do miting of affair.- i.f
church ..ltd State.
It Is to be hoped that in?- ..a.-Kuin
ratte "bu refont man' is the leal 'hing.
It would be too bad 10 have ?he en?
terprising piowler resume operations
in these parts after we have re ictied
kte happ? conclusion <ha; Tka lwaBa?
Union's boosting has lured him t.i the
far South In midsummer.
i If by ssy chance Governor ?Inn
should spring a suiprise |?, the ;.??ns
torlal appointment matter, ihe damage
I lo tb*> reputations of some of our p"
'lltiasl ptophttH would be scm?"hin-;
fearful
If the dominion and pro\inc|ai po
lie? set to scrapping snd lose ?Tip
pen. the newspaper force will look st;
ter him.
Mr Tart hardly VIU be an ardent
advocate of P'.nchot for the New York 1
gub.mat? rial nomination.
N< w 1? the time M buy *on?a* ?/ir
Sinla toada.
Will the government pay for Sen?
ne's tilp?
?kOBte NEWSP?PER CHANCES
(The IssavllV* Register 1
The ?fewpor? N#*r* Daily {-?rear.
the oldest newspaper la tke thriving
yowBs efcy as? Haaapton Roa?*, ha*
test rhasiga? ??wweraha a* the msottt
ol the r?rtsrassaat at Mr CharkA K
Tbacfeer aad tke aoaatettloa ef ta?
rmpsw try afsauB stack eaaasaay coas?
pos?? of practical Bawmsfer mother?
already coanee'ed with the paper aao
9 few well known ritiseas not sctlvr
ly teaBaared in has work. Mr. E 8.
h? ??maid*at of the *iork
aad Mr . v-kw. a
t and wealthy at torn
vice sr**M*nt while Mr. L. K Paga.
an sll maud practical aewaaap?r man
?a aacri tary of the coasaaay. ?
Mr. Thacka-r. tke retlrta*
wsaas tke city was s
?a tke face of
?.lastly a
aetTpPnud bettering its service. Four'
or in. years ago bis health became
s., impaiicd thai BO sought a iiku*
Ogaahto < Inn?- and during the BJBB C
pgrl tal nuil time'he has r, sided in i
.??stain stales. >ii iinnvd |ho aagorj
with the aid of expsrlssood rouai
men familiar with his policies and!
M.-a.s. Mr rhneker is without donbt]
BM "t the heel Bgolpani apd BMan]
veraatlle Mnopanai men M Virginia.'
having demuiiMirat.d rare abilities ai
a financier in weathering all the
vfelaaltudei <>l business life in !?.?
.in ii,mi its early days until las
pre acal Bat ho was mor.- than n
i.nan. i i. in- la a sell trained bows
l-aper man wlih a tine conception M
tapan, Sjth, iiiiirif,. t.i mimhiii and
maintain iliem, ami wiiii it all ho is
a He.-Mi and forceful WriU? Thai
Daily Pr?s? of today is a monument
to his correct . '(inceptions of the
film :i .us of a astTSgagetj bbj fcegg
ment ni iiu> aeasettoa of his a.?
sociales and subordinates and lii-?
line adralalatrstlTo ability. Mr Thee*
(r relinquishes controi of the paper1
in ornst la make his JtoflM in las
far West, where he has found a|
climate more < taageatoi to him in his;
|.reca? Ions health and where he ?d.i.
be able to BSTOtO hin thought and
ogsrgaM to the vocation to win. h li?
las ?Sroted the best years uf his
life.
We exit-tid to Mr. Thacker our best
wishes aud w?. Wish his s,.n essors
?blindai,: mccegj in their enterprise
I In v CM hardly do better tkan adopt
Mr. ThackePa watchwords, "Ac
? iirao" and "Pacts." ? ? .
COL. MOSBY'S REP?Y.
(N< rfoU i.< Bger ni petit).
Th.- ?altiinnrc Men ; pnr.??? vh?? I.
ply Of Col. John S. Moshy to .he un
warranuii published atortea nhiefe
pictured him as. a Poverty-stricken old
man, living in straightened circum
Itaarri and being dc pi eased over tils
mi ' ondltiun. It says:
"I'he BOlBBBl insists that, while it is
tru?> he slci |is on a single b? d 'he
reason Is that he does not care to
ship OB more than one bed at ? time
It Is also true thai his room?, contain
only furniture, books and pictures.
but lie does not want anything; more
in In in. He makes his own n BJSS, BO
frankly lUnfajaBBB, but does it bemuse
he likes a cup of coffee at I o'clock
in the morning and finds the on!] ?ai
to get la is to BaSke it. ??'sides, he
pi efe re lo do it. The colonel is not in
despair, evn though. I'ke Poor Little ?
Mose,' he hasn't got a thing to eat
except three meals a day. and can j
find no place to l:iy hla head exc?ptj
upon his little b?d."
poTnted^pXragraphs.
Kisy-Roing men take things as they
come.
The wise young man prices the ring
I efore he speaks.
Hoys will be boys, and even some
girls are boistero?is.
Unfortunately the collector's bills
are never counterfeit.
You don't fijid anybody kicking lor
rapid transit to heaven.
It's awful hard, for a man to keep
his fool streak under cover.
A burglar doesn't mind making
bad breaks ?f he isn't caught, in the
act.
Diamonds bought on the instal?
ment plan are always the most con
spi? nous.
Anyway, as franger in a town never |
has to hire a small boy to point on;
the saloons.
?Chicago Daily News.
REFLECTIONS^ OF~A BACHELOR
A man csn hardly #ver fool a wo
man. hut she can do It herselr
There's nothing to make a man so
sure a fault Ls lovable as to have
it.
The way to get every ho?: ? you
know mighty fond of you In summer
Is to buy a yacht.
If a woman .had IB husbands sn*
SnaW feel it her duty lo* herself to
iry to prove to lier friends that eac*.
was better i han the othrr
Nothing shoaks a girl so much
as to think what if she wer. BB*? noth?
ing pleases a girl of 30 so much as
to think she isn't 31.
?New York tfm*\
Try This on Your French Horn.
N.'? Tart Mail.
Any Ittilr br.eye that's a nice little
bieeae
Is the right little breeie for me
h dosant have to wail like a temp.*?'
c a aa!?
If a ro? ling breer.e it#be.
tt doa.s't have to tesr.rats from my
hair
It r drive in ships from se'?
Any llttl? ;.:?.*e that's a nice lutle
breeze
Is the riptl ItUa br?ese for ate.
. Lod?e Regalia.
Million? of dollars are spent in th?'
?VnitKl States eai-h year for Wv*ge re
kalis. The ?'istnrc.s ar?. made sp ta
?almos: ?v?r. color, but tbe <*??irns
renerally are flashy Rad Is the far
? rite, yellow and bine run neck and
Bant Bar second honors. The rvnb:
naiions peg not bb ponas it I
; Ides being to give a dassling ??*>?' I
wbtch will inspire and Instill hanriHrv.i
Not long ago a Kaasas city "-?"*?<
aaannfacinred a nkkeistaddtd uni [
IWrsa for a lodge asV.r. rhe ?alfana
weighs IS pwsd*. The hehneL ?hash
; ?rae extra weighed tare? sanad? Re
ralla and aniforaia are expensive The
money <t*rnt no rhe uniform of a chief
'officer of alsnnst aav fraternal rhat>
ter wowid pny for tares ordinary aalts
Werks M Honra a Lay.
. i he sostnat Tittle fhhags ewer msde
.are lie King*? MVw life OOm. Kerry
1 that ctaaass weaanaaa tan? strassera.
toagnor tap? energy. BiBBBBto. tarto
narota! goner: rnrtax Cnsntlaattos.
Haattoeti. C*Om. Ito-gsnato, Malaria
BBg at Bf BJB Bay gg,
!>KOPER CLOTHES for MET
THROW AWAY YOUR OLD
STRAW HAT AND BUY A?
NEW ONE AT
Half Price!
How .bout one of tnose Su::;
ws are selling at
Half Price!
Yeu have never seen such
vslue*. Don't get left.
2715
Washington Avenue,
Newport New*, Vs.
Broadway Store
2905-7 Washington Avenue
EMBROIDERY FLOUNCING
ti h.? h?? wide, in pretty hi tea
eyelet W?lk, /?-filar tec valua.
Spe? lal, yard .4BC
-a
REDUCED PRICES ON WAIST
FRONTS.
?l.?u quality, bow .?79c
T:u- aaailty, aeai .59c
",!ic quality. BOW .48c
Have Your Clothes Dry
Cleaned
This service brightens an the
i colors, ninsOTd? BOsT, freshens
j the fabric, takes oat the stains
( and reaily makes the clothes as
! suitable for wear as when new.
a
Ladies' Dainty
Garments
! Such as shirt waists, skirts,
; lingerie. ?tc.. Is a part of our
j work that we give more than
I ordinary care and attention.
OEXTS, don't forget that soft
\ domestic finish we give your
i shirts, collars and cuffs.
Hotel Warwick Laundry
DYEING AND CLEANING,
t
119 Twenty-fourth Street
Both 'Phones No. 10.
BABY CAPS
Made ol whit- Mull, dnintily
ti iii'ti'ed in riliLion and ?ace-.
0;li?r plain ? iiihroiil? ry, or
In. I.? I'.
T.'.c to ttt r-i; - r .luctd to. .39c
24c t.i Mb <'::, - It ?in? .1 In. .14c
LAWN, 5c.
Colofs*] Lasara, in a big
?artet* uf < hoir-?? aaatgaa, fuiiy
w.i, ih tc Ctearaaoe pi ?<-?-.
yard .5c
FANCY PINS.
A bit as-:<ir:6i> nt tu Kancv
Belt I'iiis. Shin waist Fins an?l
D'iuh (Villar I'lns. Your choice
at . ....24c
LYKLINEN.
A rerj sheer aiatertel. ?losch
r. maakilai <i bandkercklel
linen, so v.-ry popular this sea?
son for dainty white dresses,
shirtwaists anil children's w ar.
Our leader, a most beanliful
quality at yard .15c
O?ier prices.18c and 24c
FANCY CHECKS
In white (?o:ids for Cool sum
nier dresses and waists. i?pe
cial price, yard .10c
GOWNS.
tasktea* Muslin limns.' high
or te* Back, ?in lull, embroid?
ery trimmed, -?(: ?lal value..48c*
GINGHAMS UNDERSKIRTS
Just received another tel of
th.-se Skins, mail, of tine qtial
Ity tiinnhaii!--. with deep
tlounce. What a bargain
at ..' .48c
COR0ET COVERS
Made of a gOBal quality Mus?
lin N'c-atly trimmi-d wiih lace
beading and ribbon, sizes ;; I
t'. :i. Worth Mai Special
price .24c
LADIES' DRAWERS
Made of fine Muslin. with
pretty fucked ruffl?-. A we!!
made garment. Splendid ratee
tor .25c
CORSETS
Ask la s?p the \V. B. Medium
Boat, wiih ?Ira* strtag, extra
long hips. 6 Kose supaortera.
You will -?et a big bargain in ?*
Ccrs. t for only .k.98i.
UNBLEACHED MUSLIN
Nice quality .16 inch Unbleach?
ed Muslin. Regular 8c value.
Bpactel for Monday. yard..6?c
EXTRAORDINARY VALUES IN LADIES', CHILDREN'S and MEN'S
Oxfords
One lot of Misses' and t'hiie'ren's Oxfords and Slippers, in Tan,
Vici Kid and Pat. Leather at iiOc, 75c and $1.00 pair. Regular price
from BLM to $l..".u pair.
Ladies' % eyelet Pumi?. Pat. leather and Tan. Our regular ?S.o.i
grade for pair. .?2.00 '
Ladies' t;un Mftal Pumps and Oxfords, $2.50 grade for pair..$2.00
Ladies' fine Gun Metal ankle strap Pumps, $3.M grade for..$2.25
Men s Vici and ?Jun Metal Oxfords, regular $2.00 value.
pair.$1.75
Men's Vici and Gun Metal Oxfords, regular $:i.0(i value, pair. .$2.00
Mens tine Pat. Leather. I'm and Gun Metal Oxfords, pXM
grades, pair .$2.75
Men's fine Pat. Leather. Tan and Gun Metal Oxfords, $4.00
grades, pair .$3.00
???WOOD
i cord Pine Wood $1.7S
i cord M hied Wood S 1.80
i cord Oak ? Yood $1.8S
<?o Extra ensrge vor Splitting.
All coal we? screened an-; Kept us
der sheds, bath wooc sod coal bata?
deliver?! serfXtly ?try.
0IS1ILLED ICE CO.
3?th St. ana C A O Py
ke'll -Phcns ?g. ? Cite -Phon* kte
How Much Have You
iSaved the Last Year?
i
?
WATCH YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
Wnen you see a good taing take it. Now Is the time to start s sa*
i
i tegs account. Prospects wer? never better.
?
?Put Your Savings Into a Heme
Buy a !?>t .?hile they are cheap. Boll? your borne. The money yoo
?a?e payttie rent will pay for yonr home. _
We l.svj iots for cale or lease In all pans of tb- etty OUR TERMS
ARE EASY. C?i' at our offle* snd talk it over.
OLD DOMINION LAND CO.
HC.7.-.L WARWICK BUILDING.
NEWPORT NEWS. VIRGINIA.
A Peasant Surprise DR. h. h. adair
ViRGiMA TRANSFER
Anil Storage Ci.
fcBBBBBBBJ to >
VIRGINIA TRAN9??ORT*TIO?I
COMPANY.
HAUUNG
PROMPTLY DOW?
FromaPARGEL
to Aw ENGINE
?REIOHT. kAOOAaak. MM
TURE ANO kATIt?. CAR?
ruLLV amo promptly
mov?o. _
REASONABLE RATES
TTat'e what yon'v? got cotnta?
' ?ah'-ti go? get jrour Brst ?Booth's ga?
Mi for coking and ligMaleg.
We reatare the ?.pint?n tuai it win
oot ta? one halt as large as yoo as
'(.?-ota?] n wocM ba*
; If yon thfek taat gas M too *s
'paaal??- for you to n*e tc. ooosta?
.why aot aacisfy yoaraelf ?sa tka?
Jpotatt
? Wall etvarga yoo actaing tar ten
.teg yoa aba at ?abat tka amooat te
?gaa yma'g ttkoty aas ?scald coat r
each ssoBtb Just think ot tka asaa?
rout roars aateste? by sot kartag a
sas r?ige
VETERINARY SURGEON
Otr.ce Caff**'* I 'very ?Stable.
BOTH PHONES, WO.'
COOK WITH GAS
TRANSPORTATION ?sutUR.
CLYDE LINE
TO
PHILADELPHIA
I
Steaasera VaVe Mcateaya a. m..
Tkarsateys bb4 Ratoraarv
Loara r-aiiaoeipbia Takatteya.
Thnredays sa*] Satoraays.
FT-ight receive? aate Bert ?seat ?an? I
M C. A O. FteT ?. OMce, River
G.TDE RTKAMSHIP COM PANT.
Jamea W. Mrt'arri?-*,
daamral 9nwO>sn A*~?aL
Newport News
I Gas Co.
_iw n- ,** araaaiBB? ! ?"??* A ooery Voaata?. Wa*a?*?B*ay sag
?. ?1,.>1*r? y^i?T j Prteay T.4S a. ?., tor Patarakorg sad
[??? *?*?*?? *?-?-"*? ajaaa? Wear If? kteary Tboa
irt waara? wa> i^ ^<rw<,y mm katsrrstey far Me?
_?- ? -'iBBk aVt Ik ?. SB. l>Y?tt?ll* Bate BOO
PHILLIPS LINE.
Past t-rsmar nmuvii\?iT
iaat Try (i. a ?.
COOK WITH GAS
?. ?SBiqSTUN.
TRANSPORTATION CUIDE.
-?
CHESAPEAKE ft OHIO 1
Faat Tra?na to Richmond and 1
Weat.
Leave Newport Neu? 10:OS a.
wd &:06 p. m. dally.
Local Tra?na to Richmond
6:00 a. m.; 6:20 p. ra. dally
Tra?na arrived Newport News 1
?. m., 10:30 a. m.. 6:S0 p. m,
*:20 p. m.
Steamer Service for Norfolk
Leave Newport Newa 10 86 a.
ud ?35 p. m. dally.
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Old Domiuioii Lin<
Daily Service
FOR NEW YORK
Steamer leaves Norfolk, (foot
Church st.) 7:<?0 p. m. dally ex
Sunday fcr New York direct.
JAMES RIVER NIGHT L
STEAMER FOR RICHMOND, \
Leaves Pier "A" 8:30 every even
passengers only. Stop at Claren
L3 land or receive passengers
tign.,i.
VIKOINIA NAVIGATION C
PANY, James River Uay Line
Kichmond and all James Hiver 1?
Ings. Steamer leaves Newport M
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sature
at S:ir. a*, m. for Richmond. Les ;
Newport News Monday, VVednes
asd Prlday at 5 y. m? for Nor
and Old Point.
"SMil'HFIKLD" leaves Pier
daily except Sunday 9:00 a. m.
Norfolk, and 4:30 p. m. for Smlthfi
Ocracoke leaves Pit>r "A" dally ?
cept Sunday ? a. m., for Sraltht
und 3 p. m. for Norfolk.
A i busl:i??s8 between Newi
Now? and New York transacted
Her No. 6.
A:' business between New;
Neva, No?-folk, Smlthfleld and I?
,?otiiH> trt?n?-acted at Pier "A" toot
Twenty flith street.
Tickets on sale C. & O. depot,
W. H. LANDON, A9enL
newoort Newt
NORFOLK& ATLANT
TERMINAL CO.
"SEWALL8 POINT ROUTE**
In effect Monday, May 29th, 1910
Subject to change without noil
LEAVE SHIPYARD
6:00 a. m., ?7:00, 8:20, 9:35, 10:
12:05 p. m., 1:20, 2:35, 3:50, 6:
t?:20, 7:35, 9:35, 10:50 p. m.
LEAVE MONTICELLO HOTEL
?6:00 a. m., 7:15, 8:45, 10:00, 11:
32:30 p. m., 1:45, 3:00, 4:15, 6:
6:45. 8:00, 10:00, 11:15 p. va.
?Does not run on Sundays.
THE NORFOLK & WAS!
INGTON STEAMBOAT C?
(Schedule Effective Nor. 1, 1908.)
The New and Powerful Iron Pala
Steamers NEWPORT NEWS. WAS;
fVCTOV and NORFOLK Wilt MS
daily aa follows:
Northbour.d.
Lr. Porfsuoath .?6:00 p. i
Lv. Norfolk .?6:00 p. t
Lv. Old Point.e7;oo p. i
Ar. Washington .?7:00 a i
Lr. Wash.. B. * O. Ry... "?9:0? a. t
Ar. Phil., B. * O. Ry. ..??11:60 a i
Ar. NB), B. * O. By.??2:1g p. r
Lv. Wash., Pena. Ry._??7:?to a. r,
Ar. N. T, Pena. Ry....??i:H?e.. t
Lr. Wash., Pena. Ry... ??g:U0 a. E
Ar. N. T., Pena, Ry. ...??10:40 a. a
Southbound.
Lr. N. T., BAO Ky...*il:Bo a a
Lr. Phila.. B. * O. Ry. ...?2:17 p. n
Ar. Wash., B. A O. Ry. ...*&:20 p. o
Lr. N. T., Peaa. Ry.?12:63 p. a
Ar. Wash.. Penn. Ry. ...??6:16 p. n
Ar. Wash, Penn. Ry. _!5 22 p. n
Lr. Pbtla., Pean. Ry.??.t* o. a
Ar. Wash. Pene. Ry.'I::, pi
La, Washington .?a:49 p. ?
Ar. Old Pt. Comfort.?7:00 a ?
Ar. Norfolk.?B:B0 a ?
? - ? .
?Daily. ??Dally except goadaj
Sunday only. ,
Por In forma! Ion apply* to _>
J. N SMITH. Agent. Uaion Ttckl
Olcn. Chanrberlin Hotel, Old Petsl
Virginia.
P. K PRITTHARD. Oen. Agyrnl
JNO L. WILLIAMS, city Pass
Agent, corner Oranhy and Plam
stressa. No*folk, Va.
?_'-? . _. j. . ' ? ? S-J
M dir M. Tranarxn-tntlcwi Co.
STEAMSHIP u.'NE?.
Paaeeagera and PteighL
Woavpert News to Btoltiiween.
Dally Except Tnewday 4 p. tn.
Fsres MOO One Way. BS.QO Rowm
Trip.?including Stateroom tarif*.
Tickets to AH Points.
Norfolk te Boston.
Dafl/ except Thursdays 7 p. aa.
BlorrolS to Previdrnce
?rarr Moa.. Thnr. and ?tot 7 a. ?
Pirat ctosa fars te
Bast?n. Provienen
On? way.sum lit?
trap.urn ta.?
A r. 1 ? * ? * o^'^nst
to?* jo W.O.

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