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THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE SEVER
Tlili OLD DOMINION Brief Items of Interest Picked Up Here and There. A new bank will be opened at Floyd In the near future, with a capital of $_T>,000. Following- are the ollicers: Hon. P. Q. Lester, president; V. M. Sowder, vice-president; S. H. Brame, Cashier. The above named and W. H. Harman. S. P. Willis and W. L. How? ard were elected as directors. Nelson Harris, of Asldand, was kicked to death by a vicious mule a few days ago. Mr. Wesley Page, a well-known farmer of Hanover county, died Mon? day of consumption. Mr. William R. Faulkner, of Amelia county, died Monday, aged 76 years. Thomas F. Nelson was yesterday ap? pointed fourth-class postmaster at North. Wrn. B. Hlenton, a young man, aged 38 years, died at Raines Sunday morn? ing. Mr. William S. Peyton died at Rapt dan Station Monday night, nged 83 years. Deputy Sheriff H. W. Steele will re? move with bis family the 1st or March from Tazcwell to Washington county, near Ablngdon, where he has pur? chased a nico farm tit the urice of 111,000. Mr. Allen Miller, a former resident of Tazcwell, who came out of the Klon? dike with $30,000, and who located val? uable claims there, left for that Eldo? rado last week. Prof. .T. S. Poindexter has resigned bis Dosltion in the Tazcwell High School to go into business in Chatta? nooga, nnd .Miss I.ou T. Coullng has "bet it selected to fill Ms place At Danville the receipts of tobacco nre very large and the leaf is sidling higher than at any time since 1892. Tlie steamer Mcnomtnce, which ar? rived in New York from London last week, lias on board the thoroughbred stallion Ardington. He was consigned to Mr. 11. H. fair, of Fauq?ler coun? ty, and Is perhaps one of the most fashionably bred horses in the stud in A merica. Dr. Thomas Gibson, a well-known citizen residing near Rndford, was found in bed dead Tuesday. Mrs. Elizabeth Mcadc died near Law renceville Sunday night, surrounded by a large circle of relatives and friends. On Sunday night the store of J. A. Seef & Co.. Henderson's Chapel, North? umberland county, was burned. Loss, $l,S0O. Judge Robert C. Jackson, of Wythe Circuit Count, has granted a charter to the Virginia Conl ami Iron Company, of which George I,, carter, of Pulaski. is president. The charter permits the company to issue bonds to the umount of $10,000,000. Bristol lias a new artesian well that supplies 350 gallons of pure water per minute. Blanche Purnoll, a young white girl IT. years of nge, Who had been deceived gnd abandoned, was sentenced to sixty ?lays Imprisonment at Bristol for shoot? ing. Her story is said to be a pitiful one. Mr. Eldred 1!. Baylor, an aged and highly respected citizen of Glade Spring, Is ih ad. Mrs. O. E. Drummond, mother-in-law of Mayor Lorlng, of Pulaski, died sirtl dcnly at her home, in Ainhcrst, Sunday morning, aged Ml years. The farmers of Durper's Valley are making an effort lo organize a joint stock company lo erect a roller mill at Diaper depot. - Mr. Wm. IT. Tale, about 22 years old, son of Robert C. T?te, died of consump? tion at bis liomc. at Graham's Forge, last Saturday morning at 0 o'clock ?T. W. Coxe, the fireman who was on the engine that was blown up a few days ago, died at Lynchburg yesterday morning about 7 o'clock. The unfortu? nate man's remains will be taken to Crewe, bis home, for Interment. .Tosle Wright, of Bedford, who fell from the stable loft anil received very painful Injuries some days ago, is re? ported nome better. Ii was thought for a while his injuries would prove fatal. ICvnngellsts Crockets rind Ferguson, who have been conducting revivals in Roanoke and vicinity, w dl leave next Saturday afternoon for Graham, where they will conduct a ten days" meeting. l.lvXIKf.TO.V. A LAST JOURNEY?CAKE WALK? DISMISSED STUDENTS RETURN. Lexington, Vs.; Feb. 1.?Mr. Gustav Burgdorf, of Washington, D. C, father of Cadet A. J. Burgdorf, w ho died Sat? urday at the Virginia Military Insti? tute hospital, arrived in Lexington Sun? day morning. lie left Monday for Washington with bis son's body, ac? companied by Mrs. Burgdorf, who was with her son at the time of his death. The body was escorted to the Union depot by the Cadet corps and the fac Bronchitis generally begins with ;t common cold ; if no! cm ei i it becomes dnngorous and thousands die from bronchitis annually. Dr. John \V. Bull's Oough Syrup, tho liest remedy lor this disease." eures it in ;t few da) s. Will promptly cure Bronchitis. Doses nrr small rout pleasant to take. Doctors f?c*mnicud it Price 35 cts. At all druggists. ulty, headed by the Institute Post Hand. Members of his class acted as pall-bearers. Three volleys were tired by the company as the train left the depot. A society cake-walk and soiree musl cnle was held to-night in the Lexing? ton Opera House, under the direction of Mrs. Gertrude Tucker Logan. The proceeds will be applied to the Mary Custls chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy. A large gathering of so? ciety people witnessed the entertain? ment, which was a decided success. The cake-walkers were students of Washington and Lee University, who were blacked and acted the darkey to perfection. Kight couples participated, representing by their fancy costumes "cullud ladies and genmen" of the times "Hero' lie wall." Several local se? lections were rendered by Mrs. S. 10. Walker, Miss Margaret Graham,, and Mr. P. M. Anschutz, accompanied on j the violin by Mr. G. 15. Ca pi to. Aunt Dinah's quilting bee and an old-time country dance concluded the exercisee. Mr. Fred A. Coshorn was master of ceremonies. All is quiet now at the Virginia Mil? itary Institute. The reinstatement of the first class by the Hoard of Visitors Is meeting with general approval. With the exception of five or six the entire class has reported for duty. General Shipp, the superintendent, required each applicant to sign a pledge to ab? stain from the use of intoxicants until July 1, 1S99, and to do everything in his power to maintain the discipline ot the school. They will submit cheer? fully to their penalties, glad to he back at the old V. M. I. on any terms. They are making the most of the situation, looking on the brightest side. One of the cadets was heard lo remark to?a companion. "I'll he blamed if it pays to have fun with 'Old Shipp.' He seems to have no proper appreciation of a joke." Ncnntur iMmii i Ton died. Yesterday's Richmond Leader pub? lished a distressing picture of a group of starved and ragged Cubans, and underneath furnished the following explanation: Senator and Mrs. Daniel, ot Virginia. Who have been spending a few weeks Tn ~< una. personally?inventigatVm*?t-lw island, have returned to Washington horrified at the extent of the destitu? tion and starvation there. He says: "I'll" situation of affairs In Cuba is by no means exaggerated. The poor, fee-I blc women and children, with starva? tion in their faces, touched mo most. No one. no matter who, could make that journey with change in Iiis pocket j and withhold it from these poor crea-[ Hires. They got all the change I had. I told Cen. Brooke and Hen. Lee of I what I had seen, and begged them to send relief to those people also, if I were in charge of the army in Cuba I would not surfer those conditions continue a day." ROANOKli Killing of Milton Wade, in Frank? lin County. Further Particulars of a Cold ulontl o?l 31 nrilcr ? .11 nrrlagu of Two l*op? ii l ii r V innig laut Irs ? Post Ollice Honey Ortler From Kngtnuda Itoanoke, Va? Feb. 1.?Further par? ticulars of the killing of Milton Wade, in Franklin county, as reported In to? day's Times, shows that It was a most cold-blooded murder. The victim was a quiet and inoffensive man. employed on the farm of Mr. Peter Sounders, near Cnllaways, a few miles west of Itocky Mount, lie was found dead in Iiis workshop a short distance from his house, with his head crushed by a blow from behind. Irvine Fisher, tlie? young man who la under arrest charged with the murder, denies that he committed it. _ T1II-: BLOODY A N 10. It Is stated, however, that Fisher bor? rowed an axe on the farm, and when he returned it there was both blood and hair on the head of the axe. AS far as known Milton Wade and b'lshi r were friendly, and nothing had been noticed by those who saw them to? gether on the day of the murder to indicate that lin y were hot on the besi of terms. Fisher culled at Wade's house on the afternoon of the 20th and called him out. They walked off to gether ami went to Wade's workshop, disappearing inside. Wade not returning, his family sup? posed he had gone away with Fisher for some purpose, and his body was not found until search was made early next I morning, STRUCK FROM BEHIND. The position of the dead man shows] that he was struck unawares from he hind, as there was no indication of a struggle, and he lay with one hand in a pocket of his trousers. When Fisher was arrested he was at work on a farm near by. He admitted being with Wade at the hour named above, but said lie left him at work in the shop, and that when he came away he met a strange man going! in that direction. Phe murdered man leaves a Wife and four children. iMsher ba.1 heretofore borne a good haraeter, but the suspicion against him Is strong. TWO MAR IMAGES. Miss Anne Jordan Gray, daughter of the late l>r. Henry V. Gray, ot ltoa? noke, and Mr. Milton Dashicll, a bus? iness man of Charleston, S. c., were married in St. John's Episcopal Church in the former city, the late rector, Rev. \V. If. Monde, now of Chapel Hill. N. C performing the ceremony. A large number or pi ?pl ? witnessed the nup? tials. The marriage of Miss I vie Johnson, daughter of Col. Ivor Johnson, to Mr. Mark c. Price, of the Norfolk and Western railroad, last night, was :? prominent social event. Ilev. T. 10. ? 'arson, of Greene Memorial Church, tied the nuptial knot at the home of the bride. The happy couple '. :t oh a bl'ld il toiir, embracing Key West and Havana. w. V. Eberhard t, one of Hie popular prescription clerks nl Ii. C. Barnes pharmacy, will go to Lyiiehblirg I morrow to engage in buslntMtt with the Strother Drug Company, i PETERSBURG Employe of the Iron Works Pain? fully Injured, Snlc of K|innl*ti I'enimta?Homo From Cuba-Scarcity of Wood-Proposed New Bunk ? llr-niilng iionin iipcncil -Gubernatorial Appotulment, Petersburg, Va.. Feb. 1.?Mr. William Gill, residing on Cross street, met with ii painful accident this morning at the Petersburg Iron Works, where he was engaged tit work. He was at the time assisting in putting up a new smoke? stack, when he accidentally fell from his position to the ground, a distance of about fifteen feet. He was severely jarred and bruised by the full and his right ear was almost cut in two. He ' was taken home for treatment. Mr. Thomas Temple, Administrator of John II- Staples, yesterday sold at pub? lic auction, on the hitter's farm, in Prince George county, the personal estate of the deceased. Among the ar? id bs suld wore about 125 bushels of Spanish peanuts, which brought SOU cents per bushel. Other property brought good prices. HOME FROM CUBA. Mr. Benjamin Stewart arrived home from Cuba last night, having been hon? orably discharged from service in Com? pany K. Fourth Virginia Regiment. Congressman Epes, from this district, will give bis hearty support to Hon. Joseph W. Bailey for the leadership of the Democratic party in the House of Representatives. There is a great scarcity of wood at present in Petersburg. Recent demands from Richmond for fuel along the lines of our railroads have Interfered with tie- supply naturally coming to our city. The city has no wood for the poor and consumers generally find it difficult to have their orders promptly Wied. PROPOSED NEW BANK. It Is rumored that a movement Is on foot to establish another bank In. this city; that much encouragement hns been quietly given to'the scheme, and that some definite action in that direc? tion may be taken at tin early day. Petersburg lias two first-class banks, but a third would be welcomed. A line reading-room was formally op? ened Monday night on West Washing? ton street, under the auspices of St. John's Episcopal Church- The principal newspapers and magazines will be kept on file nnd oh the tables. While the institution Is for the benefit of the pub? lic of that section, it Is designed chiefly as an attraction for young men and as n place of pi. as.ml resort for them in the evening. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. new and powerful' Iron palace f tenners NEWPORT NEWS. WASH? INGTON nnd NOUFOLIC- will leave, d.iiiy as follows: sort rTTtbiTNrl Steamers leave Portsmouth, foot of Nor: street. 6:00 pm Leave Norfolk, f-ot of Water street.I'M p m I.r jvc Old Point Comfort. fi:45 p rn Arrive Washington.7:00 a m I R & o |Pn P. P. l.v. w\i?h!"tT!on .liS:r*>a ni b7:S0a m Ar. Philadelphia .|11:00 a m|l0:S( a m .r. New York at. L'-Opm 1:13 pm tS?PTl~POl7Nr>. 1 ItTlfe?. |Pn. R.lt. I.v Now York .Idttoo p midttW p rn i v Philadelphia . 8:07 p m .* is p rn Ar.'Washington .I C U(l p nv c is p ,n l.v Washington .Ic6::t0 p m|cS:3C p m Ar Old Point Comfort | 7:03 a ml 7:.m a m Ar Norfolk. 3:0* a ml IPOO a m Ar I'.-! trrnnuth .I S .'> a m. .v:o a in n nun? rr.e hour liter Sundays, b n ins tin mlntues later Bundaya. r Dalle. d Dally, except Bundaya. Tickets on sale at H ft O. ticket oftlce: N. A: C. office, ai W. T. Walke's und company's oftlce on wharf. . l"or further Information apply V. J. CALLAHAN. Telephon* 441. Artcnt. Atlanta. New Orleans, AhrhsIii, Sin con, Chattanooga, Nashville, Memphis, Florida, >m, California nntl I he entire Hniilh._ Tn F.ffe-t Dec. P. 1S59.| No. 41. ! No. 403. l.v Norfolk .l ?9:08 a m| ?8:30 p m ?? Portsmouth S.A L] 9:211 a ml 8:45 p m Ar. Suffolk ... " 1 9:50 a m! S:15 p in ?? Lewis ton .. ,N.C. l:05pm|. ?? Wctdon .. .S.A.L.] B;S0 a ml 11:10 p in ?? Henderson .. " ' 1:20 pmLl2:56 a m " Bnleigh ... " I 3:34 p m 2:l>; n in ?? Southern Pinis " i f.:.'.S |> ml 4:23 n m ?? Wlimington .. " I.I 12:0". p m ?? Charlotte .. " 1*10:25 p m 7:60 i m ?? Columbia C.NftL.|!ll:5S a m 4:15 p m " Augusta .C.&W.CI 110:50 a mi ?4:85 p in " Athens .. ,.S A.I.I ?3:45 a ml 1:15 p in ?? Atlanta (Co T'.mell 5:20 a ml 2:50 pm " Ma eon .. C.ofGa. 11:10 a ml 7:'je i> in ?? Jacksonville Plant 7:35 p m| sa* a m ?? Tampa .. ..Plant S:00 a in' 6:45 p in ?? Monlgom'y W.ofA 10:31 a ml 9:20 p m ?? Mo'.lie .. ,.L.&N.| 3:50 pm 3:05 am " New Orleans . " S:I0 p ml 7:10 a m ?? Chnl'noogn W&AI leap ml 1:!.*. am ?? Nashville NC&StlJ 8:55 p m IMini " Memphis KCM.V.P. J:"'1 |> mj 4:00ajn ""?Dally. IDaily. CX. Sunday. Connections at New Orleans with South? ern Pacific und Texas & Pacific railways for all point.-. In Texas, Mexico and Call '?No.a'403?Arrive Portsmouth daily 7:25 " No. 38?Arrive Portsmouth dally 6:20 ''' '"' .1 W. BROWN. Jr., P'ass'r Agt.. 199 Main st., Norfolk. Va. MURRAY FORBES, Trav. Pass'r Agt., Portsmouth, Va. V.. ST. JOHN. Vice President and General .Manag. ?'. .... \ v. MoBEE General Superintendent. U w II ULOVKK. I. 8. ALLEN, ' Traffic Manager. Gi t.'l Pass'r Agt.. Portsmouth; Va._ TTlAl'L K.-'il LAB LINK ST KAM* ( i SHIPS FOH PHILADELPHIA. ONLY DIBECT LINK KUOM NOR. FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA, Piitii further notice steamers are no? nsuited to sa l from Norfolk everj MOX. DAY WE-D.NESBAY nnd SATURDAY at 0 o'cl cU p, in., and from Philadelphia '. !.., v Tt ESDAY. THURSDAY ana SATURDAY. Through bills ?r lading to all points Sou h and Southwesi via Seaboard A:r I. .... a laut '' ?st Line V.?,; nin and Tennessee Air Llrif. Southern Hallway, No: . :.: arid ?'.?! dlnu and Norfolk and South .ii i- lllroads. JAMES W. M< OAK PICK, Gencril Southern Agent. Norfolk, Va. \\ I LI.IAM P CLYDE A- CO.. General As Uta, Philadelphia TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Norfolk and Ocean View Ry. SHORT LIXR BETWEEN NORFOLJC AND OLD POINT COMFORT. Via Norfolk and Ocean View Ry. Co. FIFTY MINUTES. SCHEDULE TAKIXO EFFECT NO viiiiuicK Uta, isas. I.v. I I.v. I Ar. NorlO'n loid folk|V'w| i t A M A .M;,\ M| 7:3oi 7:50 s:2* 9:00 9:20 9:50 10:30110:50 11:201 I' M I'M I'M. 12:00 12:20112:50 1:30 1:50 2:20 !3:0(H 3:20. 3:451 4:30| 4 :50 5:20] Co?), (j 20 6.;.o, 7:30, 7.5'jl 5.20, 9:00! H 20 3:5o; Ixjcal dally Local da ly. Local daily. I/Ocal dally. Local daily Express _ Local daily Lo? al daily Local daily Local u.i..y ILv. ILv. |Ar. Old W Nor I l"i I P'r [fulk IA.M1A.MIA M .| S:00| 8:25 I 9:05 'J'30' 'J: 10:35;ll:OO|ll:25 ]p.M|P.M|P.M [12:05112:30 12:55 1:35 2:00) 2:2.*. 3:0O( 3:25, 3:50 4:351 5:001 5:25 6:05 0:30| 0:55 7:3.V K:00| S:25 DA>5| ? :"J0l 11:55 ! Connects with 4 p. m. C. & O. train at OKI I'clnt Baggage checked to any point on Sea boa; d Air Line and to all Railroad sta? tions and Steainbe.it Lines In Norfolk and Old Paint. l^jcal freight leaves Norfolk dally. Straight faro to Old Point Comfort 2S cents. Kare for Hound Trip to Old Point Comfort from any part of Norfolk. 50 rents Uuuad Trip Tickets on sale by all Street Car Conductors. 1>. A. II EG ARTY, General Superintendent. Tllu .modckn STAc/bARD GAUGE LINE RUNNING BETWEEN JVORFOLK, VA. ?AND? sr-rr Virginia beach. OlTIUl ?and? CURRJTUCK DIVISION, In connection with PETTIT'8 NORTH CAROLINA LINE, tlnoludlng Bennett's North Carolina Line) SCI1EHC LIC IN EFFECT ilONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1SS9. LEAVE NORFOLK, VA Dally except Sunday.? 7:00 a. ni . mixed; 10:30 a. m.; local express; 1:0>i p. in., local; express. Sunday.?10:60 a. m.. local express; 3:00 p. in . local express. LEAVE VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. Da ly except Sunday.?8:30 a. m.. local; express; 12:30 p. m., mixed; 4:50 p. m.. lo? cal express. Sunday.?12*00 noon, local express; 5:00 p. m., local express, CURR1TUCK DIVISION. Connects at Munden Point, Vn , for steamers for Currituck and Albeinarla Sounds and tributary livers. LEAVE NORFOLK, VA. Dally except Sunday.?9:45 a. m., mixed; 5:0u p. in., nilxi d. LEAVE MUNDEN POINT. VA. Dally except Sunday.?7:15 a. m., mixed; 2:oO p. in., mixed. R. II. PANNILL, Gcn'l Frt and Pass. Agent W. T. MrCULLOCIf, General Manager. SOUTHERN RY. DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES to all ruiNrs SOUTH. SOUTHEAST, and SOUTHWEST. EFFECTIVE OCTOBER H H98. Lv. Ni rfolk .I 9:00 a ni :? ."' p in Ar. Rai ligh .| 3*50 p m] 4:05 a in Ar. Durham .| 4.43 l> ml a in Ar. Oreenuboio .| 6:35 p ml i..l.*> .1 111 Ar. Salisbury .1 7:50 p m] 9:05 u 111 Ar. Ashcvltls .112:10 a ml 2:25 p in Ar. Hot Springs .| 1:29 a mi .1:57 p in Ar. Knoxvll!? .1 4:25 a ml 7:40 p 1:1 Ar. Chatlaiiooea .. .. "::?) a m[ll:35 p 111 Ar. Na.-hvlllo .1 0:55 p in, ?.I0 a 111 Ar. Charlotte .1 9:35 p m r- 2.*, .1 ni Ar. Atlanta .1 5:10 a ml ^..".5 i> 111 Ar. M.iugoniery .. ..110:31 a m 9:20 ji 111 Ar. Mobile . 2:'5 p m 3:05 a in Ar. New Urbans .| i:iG p m| 7:40 a in Ar Blrmjngbatn .111*20 a m:lo:Oo p m Ar MeinpmS.1 9:20 p m] 7:15 a in Ar Columbia . 1:37 n rn|12:48 p tn Ar. Augi.st.1 . Mil :i rni 4:15 p 111 Ar! Savannah . 5:00 a ml 4:40 i> in Ar. Jacksonville. 9:15 a in| 9*26 p 111 Ar. Tampa .I 5:5U p inj 7:40 a ni For all Information apply nt I'tljr Ticket oiliee, iiiun iiikI Grnnby Mreel?,'Phones 113. F.-trF'iS'* called for and Checked from hotels and residences by Virginia Trans fer Company on orders loft at t.ckel of FRANK S. GANNON. 3d V. Pics and Gen'l Mgr. J. M. CULP. W. A. TURK, Traffic Mgr. Gen'l Pass. Agt. Washington. D. C. W. H DOLL. l ass. Agt.. Norfolk. V.l. FOR RICHMOND, PETERSBURG, i'l.\REMONT. OLD POINT, NEWPORT N EWS AND JAMES RIVER LANDINGS DIRECT IiY DAYLIGHT. Virginia Navigation Company's Elegant S.il.-.oii St. aui. r I'OCA IIONTAS Icav. s Clyde wharf, Norfolk, every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY at 7 a. in., touching at Portsmouth, old Point and Newport News going and returning, ar r.vmg at Richmond about 5:30 p. in., con noctlng with all evening trains. Fare to Richmond, 51.50. To Richmond and return, 32.50. To Richmond, second-class, J1.00. TU kets much cheaper than any other route to Rti hmond, Petersburg, waverly, Hlcksford and stations on Atlantic arid l>anvlllc railroad and all points via R i hmond. Tickets for sals at ticket agencies of Walke & Sen. 11. Brandt, and on board steamer. Freight received daily (Sunday except? ed) foi all above named points. JAMES W. M?CARRIFK. jalO tf_Agent. THE STEAM ER S. A. Met'ALL. OF Ihr I'< tors-burg, Norfolk and Janu s River Steamboat line, leaves the N. v., r x w dock every MONDAY. WED? NESDAY and FRIDAY at 0 a. 111., with passengers and freight for Newport News, nil .1 imes River landings and Petersburg, arrh ng in P< tersburg about 6 p. in., giv? ing the Richmond passengers about one hom 111 Peti rsbtirg before the train leaves, nrrlvlhB in Richmond about 6:30 p. ni. Faro about OllC-half what it is by rail. First-class fare 10 Petersburg, $1.25. Sccond-elass, $1 .00. 10 pi r cent, discount for round-trip tickets, lt. B. COOKE, General Amin J. W. PHILLIPS, owner. PhOliCS, new and old. No. 199. ?p HE WEST NORFOLK AND PIN L ii i's Pi at Ferry leaves the N. Y., P. & N. wharf dally, Sunday excepted, at ! 6:30 a. m., 8 a. m., 9:30 a. in., 10:30 a. m . \ '._? in . 1:30 p. m., 2:3" p. 111., I p. m, and , " p. in., making the round Irlp in GO minutes, Phones, new nnd old, No. 199 j J. W. PHILLIPS. Owner. 4u2-> TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Old Dominion Steam snip gq/s Lines. FOR NEW YORK.?Ships are appointed 'o sail from Norfolk dady at 6:iKl p. '?? Tuesday's steamer carries freight only. PROM NEW YORK.?On Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri? day a: 3:00 p. m.; Saturday at 1:00 p. m. Passenger accommodations unsurpassed. Fare, Including meals and state? room berth.*s w Hound trip, limited to 30 days.J13.00 For tickets and reservation of State? rooms, apply at ticket oftice, 199 Main sued, or at general ofllce at wharf. KOK ltlfllMONU-Ships leave New? port News every Sunday evening, arriv? ing at Richmond the next niorillllg. Ships leave Old Po.nt tor Noifolk Sun? days ahjut 10:00 a. m. TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS Hampton Roads. J. S. Warden. Luray, ' comack and Virginia Dare, tailing daily, except Sunday, from company's wharf. Norfolk. FOR OLD POINT.?At C:15 and 11:15 a. m. nr.d 3:4". p. m.J Portsmouth. 0:30 and 10:05 a. m. and 3:05 p. m.: Day Line wharf. Norfolk, at 0:45 and 11:30 a. m. and 4:30 p. m Sundays: Leave Ray Line at 10:00 a. in. and 2:00 p. m. FOR HAMPTON.?At 11:15 a. m. nnd 3:45 p. tr,.: Portsmouth, 10:05 a. m. and 3:0.. p. m.; Uiy Line, at 11:50 a. m. and 4:30 P- m. FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH; FIELD.?At 2:.io p. rn.; Portsmouth, 2:4o p. in.: Hay Line, 3:<0 p. m. FOR WARB AND BAST RIVERS.?At fi:l5 a. m.j Portsmouth, 0:30 u. m.; Bay Line, 0:45 a. m. FOR NORTH RIVER.-On Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 0:15 a. m.; Portsmouth, 0:30 a. m.; Pay Line. 0:15 u. in. FOR SEVERN RIVER.-On Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 6:15 a. m.; Portsmouth. 0:30 a. m-; Day Line. 0:45 n. ni. Fop. BACK, POQUOSON and YORK RIVER LANDINGS and CRAM NECK. ?On Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 6:18 a in.: Portsmouth, 6:30 a. m.: Pay Line. 0:15 a. m. Returning the following day. FOR NANSEMOND RIVER AND SUP FOLK.?Al 3:00 p m.i Port3m nth, 3:li? p m. Connecting at Suffolk with Suffolk and Carolina railroad. Freight for Ware, East, North. Severn Back, Poquoson, York and Natisemond River landings must he prepaid. aii schedules subject lo change without lie the. Freight for Washington and Newbcrnej N. C. received .it and delivered from Norfolk and Southern railroad depot. Freight received dally, except Sunday, ill.til 6 00 p. in. M. B. CROW ELL. Agent. BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO. HAY LINE. COMMENCING MONDAY. AUG. S. IS93. l.v Portsmouth, High street.15:23 p l.v. Norf ik. Mam street.!6:00 p in l.v Old Point. Hygeia Pier.17:00 p Ar. Dalllmorc. l.'nlon Dork. 7:00 a m NORTHROUND | P. R R | H O. 7:15 a ni ! 7:53 it m 10:1? a m :iO:l0 a l.v Baltimore .. Ar. Philadelphia Ar. New Yoik .. .15 p 111, SOUTH ROUND i P. R. R. | R. JL >> Lv New York .I i-'.Hi p in; 1:00 p m Lv. Philadelphia .I 14.41 p mj 13:07 p m Rait. Canton _! '.7 i>J ]> !a| !,"..10 p la Lv. Baltimore, Union Dock.G:30 p in Lv. Rallimore. Camon . 7:10 p Lv. Old Point . 0:15 a Ar. Norfolk . 7.Ol a in Ar. Portsmouth .8:3o a i ?Dally except Sunday. ?? Dally. Tlrkcis sold to ail points North. East and West and hafTKage checked to destl nallon. Staterooms reserved upon appli? cation in person nt the company's ofhco, No. 77 West Mala btreet. or on boa id steamer. rrc'.ght Will not l>* received after 4 j ni. lo ijo forv/ard that day. For further Information apply to KEY COMPTON, General Aceat. J. W BROWN. Jr., Southern Passenger Agtnt, ~CftPE \ N?W York? cHARLEsi phr;Npeh;L, ROUTE V Railroad. QUICK TIME?LOW R AT ES. TWO TRAINS EACH WAY. SCHEDULE IN ill'. 1.' T MONDAY. APRIL :'. LEAVE NORFOLK. 7:45 a. m. daily, except Sunday?(Parts mo.i:h. High street, 7:30 a. in) Arrive at Philadelphia 5:42 p. in.; New York at S 38 p. in. LEAVE NORM ILK. ;:C0 p. m. daily; Portsmouth, H'gh?atrcct Arrive al PhiTaTOnphia, 5:10 a. in : New York, 7:43 a. rn. ARRIVE AT NORFOLK. 9:C0 a. m. da ly: Portsmouth, High street 9:10. leaving New York at S:<mi p. m : Philadelphia 11:10 p. m. ARRIVE AT NORFOLK. 7:50 p. m. daily, except Sunday (Ports? mouth. High street, 3:00 p. m.) leaving New York at S:00 a. m.; Philadelphia. 10 20 a, m. Clope connection made with all rail and sound iin-s to and from Boston. Pullman Sleeping Cars on night trains between Jersey City, Phlladi Iphla and Cape Charles. Pullman Buffet Parlr Cars on day trains between Philadelphia and Capo Charles. Through tickets sold and baggage checked at Walke'a Agency, under At? lantic Hotel, and on steamers. R. R. COOKE, General Passenger and Freight Agent. DIRECT ROUTE. FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE. For Boston?Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6:00 p. m. FOR PROVIDENCE. Every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur? day at 6:00 p. III. FARES TO BOSTON AND PROVI? DENCE. Flt'St-clASS. Including meals and Staterom berth. go oo Second-class, including meals and berth. J7 00 Perishable freight sent via Providence forwarded by early train to Rosten ami at the same rate as by dirict steamers to 1 testen. For further Information apply lo R. II. WRIGHT, Agent. Norfolk Va A. D ST ERR 1NS. A Bs" I Traffic M'gr. W. P. TURNER. General Pass. Agent j. C. WHITNEY, Traffic Manager. General others, Baltimore, Md. Schedule in Effect SCHEDULE IN EFFECT DEC. 1? UM. LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY. 7:10 a. m.?For Richmond. Washington, Lynchburg and the West, 1:35 p. m. ?Vestltiuled Limited for Rich? mond and Washington. Stopi only at Suffoi;.. Waverly and Petersburg. S.55 p. m. ? For Petersburg. Lynchburg the West and Southwest. Trains arrive at Norfolk daily S..'5 a. in, 11:25 a. in. and 10.40 p. m. Tickets and all information at station and lo Granhy street. W. B. BEVILL, General Passenger Agent TRAVELEhS' GUIDE. Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. FOR RICHMOND. WASHINGTON CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE. CHI- ' ??., CAGO. ST. LOUIS. ETC. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JANUARY 10. 1SU9. WESTBOUND | No. 1 | No. 3 Lv. Portsmouth . Lv. Norfolk .. Lv. Newport News Ar. Richmond . 7:40 a m 8:10 a m 0:l? a in 11:30 a m 3:00 p m 3:30 p in 4:35 p la 0:50 p ni Lv. Rlchm'd (HF&pn ?12:00 n'nl 7:40 p in Ai_._W ashlnglon .I '3:40 p^i| 11:30 p m Lv. Rlch'd Ma'n line Ar. Chartotlesvllte .. Ar. summon Ar. Va. Hot Springs., Ar. "Clifton Forge. Ar. Cincinnati . Ar. Luulivllle . Ar. Chicago ..' Ar. St. Louis . 2:15 p ml 10:30 p ni 5:44 p in 2:43 a in ?Dally except Sunday. Other time ?lall? No. 1?Day Express DAILY. (1'arlor Car to Richmond and Pullman Richmond to Cincinnati. Louisville and St. Louis. Connects nt Gordonsvillo for Orange and principal stations on Southern Rail? way north of Orange. No. 2 ?DAILY. Pullmans Old Point to Ellnton, Cincinnati and Louisville. Meals served on Dining Cars on Not, 1 and 3 west of Gcrdonvllle. Chesapeake and Olilo arrives at Norrollc 12.15 |> in and 7:05 p. m. Arrived at Porls mouth 12:10 p. ni. and 7:30 p. m. For further Info-maiion apply to ' J. R. W1LLCOX. Ticket Agent, or P. W. CURD. Passenger Agent, c. and o Ticket Ofllce. Granby street. Noi folk, Va. JOHN D. POTTS. Asst. General Passenger Agent. A/-1 V 41 I.AS'l iC ? \i? Lo ?-IWB-i ' (KorfolSl a ?"nrniinn Raiirnnrt.l IN EFFECT JANUARY 15th. 1809. ' I I No. 10J. Stations. 1 No. 49. ID'l'y ex, _I Dally. J Sunday. Lv. Norfolk .| U:00 a nil 2:20 p n. Lv. Ports June.| U.22 a. ui| 2:42 p in Ar. Suffolk. Va.|p'.uu a ml 3:17 p in Ar. Tunis, N. C.|l?:50 a mi 4:15 p in _Aj', llobgood N^C._113:00 III | 6:35 p m Ar. Tarboro, Ni C_113.21 i> m| 6:00 p in Ar. Rocky Mount. N.C.|12:50 p m| 6:25 p ra Ar. Wlllianislon, N. C. 1. 0:55 p va Ar. Plymouth. N. C. 7:40 p in Ar. Washington, N. C. 1. 7:20 pro, Ai. Kinslon, N. C.1. 7:55 p nt Ar. \\ n. N. C ...'.'.I 2:rrrT,-m, 7:10 p ill Ar. <; Isboro, N. CT...I 3:21 p m| 7:60 11 m Ar. Wiimluglon, N. C.| 5:50 p in y:40 a ra Ar. Faycltcvlllc, N. C..| 4:25 p m| 1:06 a m Ar. Florence, b. C.I 7.^5 p in; 3:16 a in Ar. Charleston, S. C...|10:50 p m] 6:03 a in Ar. Columbia. S. C.|10:20 p milT:00 a m Ar. Augusta. Gil .| 7:55 a ml 7:65 a SB Ar. Atlanta. Ga.|12:35 p m 12:35 p m Ar. Macon. Gn.|11:15 a m|ll:15 a ra Ar Savannah, Ga.I 1:50 a in; S:I5 a m Ar. Jacksonville. Fla..| 7:80 a m|12:50 p m No. 49 dally connects with A.C.L. trala 23 for all uolnts South. No. 103,daily,except Sunday, makes close connection at llobgood for Washlnett-n, N C, Klnstr.n. N. C, and Plymouth. X. C and all Eastern Carolina points; alto ni Ro<ky Mount with A. C. L. train ?* f.t>* all points South. No. lull, dally, except Sunday, makes close connection nt Ahoskle for Windsor, N c . and stations on W. &. 1'. It. it. Trains airivo at Norfolk at 6:55 |v m. daily, also at 10:25 a. in., daily, except Sunday. No. 4J runs through without el-Lac* Norfolk to Wilmington. liarcgago checked at Company's NorfoHl Wharf, ui.d also nt office of pausen?; is and Ticket agent 171 Mala uwect (opps. kilu Atlantic Hotel). For uo.ri- to all points South, sleipl.'ig cur reservations und general mi Onnau io cull eu or address. J. A. NEUGERAUETL Passenger and Ticket agtnt. JAMES F. MALTIS, General Forwarding Agent. H M. EMERSON. Gen. Pass Agent. (5 M 8I5RPELL. Oen. Millinger. X' M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager. HisrioiK & Soumern IB. CO SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 19th, 1898. ' M \IL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR? FOLK DAILY (except Sunday) 10 n. in. for Elisabeth City, Eden ton, Mackey'a p , I ry. Roper. P.uitego. R'dl'.lven. Eie. Connects at Edenton with N. Sc S. R. R. steamer as follows: Daily (xcctil BUn j . v, for Plymouth, Jamesvllle, William. Bloii and Windsor. TUESDAY, THUHS D\Y and SATURDAY for all landings on I Chowan river, on MONDAY and Kill DAY for Scuppernong river, connecting at [ llelhnvcn with steamer Virginia Dan- for I M ?*..?- i.,y vllln. South Cieek. Aurora. Wash lll-'toil and i!11< rrai.ll ate la nilliigs. 1 on nccts at Elisabeth City with steamer \.w R.-ine MONDAY and WEDNES? DAY for Ro.inc.ko isla ml. Ocracokc, oriental and New Herne, N. C. EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR? FOLK at 4.I0 p. m. TUESDAY. TH?RS j DAY and SATURDAY for Elisabeth City, Edcnloii and way stations. Connects at Elizabeth City with the steamer Neuss for Itoanoke island. Newberne, Morehead City Kingston and GoldsborO, via A. St N R R . ai"! f'"' Jacksonville, Wilming? ton N ? and for stations on the W. & W.'lt.R. ARRIVE AT NORFOLK. MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (except Sunday) at 4:25 p. m . and morning train at ll m. TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, connecting with all rail and steam lines at Norfolk for tbo North, East and West. Passenger station at foot of East Main street, Norfolk and West? ern depot. Freight station on Water street. EASTERN CAROLINA DISTATCH FAST FREIGHT LINE AND OLD DO MINION LINE between all points North nnd East via Norfolk and Norfolk and Southern Railroad and Eastern North Carolina. . ? . Freight received daily nt 6 p. m. and forwarded promptly at low rate. [?'or further Information apply to the General Ofllce of tbo N. &. S. R. It. Co., Norfolk, Va. R ^ m:T)Glss General Freight nnd Passenger Agent. M. K. KING. General Manager._ ATLANTIC AND DANVILLE RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 8th, 1S9S TRAIN No. L?Dally. L?.tves Norfolk from wharf foot of Mathewa street at tf-so a m.: West Norfolk, at 9.50 a. m. for innville and Intermediate points, arrlv.m. at Danville nt 6:25 p. in. *> I'll AIN NO. 3-Daily except Sunrlav Leaves Norfolk 6:40 |? m : West Norfolk 7:10 p. m? ?.rrivlng at Danville at E:o? o'clock a, m. TRAIN NO. 4 arrives at Norfolk at 10 to a ni . dailv except bunday. TRAIN NO. 2 arrives ai Norfolk at E:lo p. in., dally. TRAIN NO. 8 connects nt Der.nlston Junction with Norfolk .ir.J Western rail road for Durham and intermediate point? TRAINS NOS. 1 AND 3 connect at Jef fress Junction and I .invllle for all points on the Southern Railway system. Pullman sleeps between Danville nnd Ashevllle, Atlanta, Jacksonville, Memphis and New Orleans. Tl u. is on sale and baggage checked at Walke's agency and company's wharf Norf elk. and at Emmerson ?- Watson agents at Portsmouth, ' ' Steamer City of Chester touches at N Y . P. and N. R. R. wharf on outgoing 1 rips. WM H. TAYLOR, Traffic Manager. CHAS. O. HAINES, General Manager.