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the news from the old north state and its capItXIT
RALEIGH
NEWS NOTES
The Present Legislature a
Record Breaker.
EWART RE-APPOINTED JUDGE
Viva IIondred cimrlcra nntl l'rivuto
Afcnsnros ?91u*>H ol I'opulUlM will
Support E'rnnrhhii A llicud 111 out?
Day's Title to Bnnorlntcndcnoy ol
I'oultcntlnry ? I'atills lu Iii? .New
Nctiool l.ior.
I 1\ -
(Special to Vlrglnlah-Pll it.)
Raleigh, N. C, March 8.?The Leg?
islature broke all records as to volume
ot business. Tbc Democratic members
say: "We bad to undo the legislation
ot the Fusionists since 181)3, and then,
to do new -work besides." But the
great volume oC work contains much
which need never have come before the
Legislature. There are perhaps 500
charters and private acts. Yesterday
an effort to have these left out of the
printed volumes signally failed. It was
learned at the ollice of the Secretary
of State to-day that the total number
of acts ratified approximates 1,300.
POPULISTS IN LINE.
The Republicans and Populists who,
directly after the last election talked
so earnestly In favor of an abridge?
ment of negro suffrage, are now be?
ing ridiculed by the Republicans who
said nothing and who hold Senator
Prltchard's view. 1 tut It is known that
?the maeo of the PopuHBts will support]
the constitutional amendment. Many
Republicans say now they will vote
for It. They may change their minds,
but say they will not.
MAJOR DAY'S TITLE TO OFFICE.
It is expected that by next week or
tho week following, the Supreme Court
will decide as to W. H. Day's title to
the oiilce uf Superintendent of the Pen?
itentiary, (..'laude Pockety, tho chair?
man of the Kusi m Hoard of Directors,
is here. Ho speaks of there being two
boards. The fusion officials, save the
guards, are yet on duty, pending a
decision in the Hay case. One of those
thus holding on la Thomas Russell,
warden, brother of the Governor. The
Legislature has passed a bill by the
terms of which, even through Day wins
his case, he cannot get a cent of the
monev appropriated at this session.
EWART RE-APPOINTED JUDGE.
A telegram from II, ti. Kwart to a
State Senator here says Ewart is rc
appolnted Judge of the Western Dis?
trict.
THE NEW SCHOOL LAW.
One of the best informed County Su?
perintendents of Public Instruction in
the State writes your correspondent re?
garding the new school law: "It has
too much machinery, and how to work
it will puzzle the wisest heads In the
county, and oven then it will never
he carried out. It is to be regretted
that some one did not suggest sim?
plicity to our law-makers."
To-day the body of Mrs. Anna M.
dark, mother of Associate justice
Walter (Mark, was taken to her old
home in Halifax county for burial.
PEACH CROP KILLED.
Though the farmers have done no
work since January 1st, they say they
can "catch up" if the weather now
becomes favorable. The ground has all
the moisture It needs, nntl the freezes,
thaws and snows have mellowed it.
The peach crop Is declared by experts
to be at least half killed?killed in the
bud.
THE LEGISLATURE ADJOURNS.
The sixty-three days' session of the
Legislature ended at 2:U7 this after?
noon, adjournment being until the
second Tuesday Tit Juji;\ next?y. :tr.
There were many speeches and much
merriment in tho Senate, and songs
wen- sung for an hour and more, in
which the ladies, who occupied seats
on the floor and in the galleries, joined.
The House was intensely dignified, but
the Senators and a hundred or more
ladles, headed by Lieutenant Governor
Reynolds, took the House by storm.
Speaker Connor was presented with a
silver service by the representatives.
Lee S. Overman making the presenta?
tion speech.
A bill passed making an appropria?
tion to defray the funeral expenses of
Representative Trotman, of Hates, win.
is dying of pneumonia in a hospital
here.
J. 10. Young was to-day sworn In as
Insurance Commissioner, and appointed
Wllllai.i W. Wilson clerk.
The number of bills which became
laws approximates 1,300, as nearly as
can bo estimated. There were 2.ooi
original bills and resolutions intro?
duced.
nCRTFOIXD.
LEAVING THE STATE?BUSINESS
LACK OF AMUSEMENT?
PERSONALS.
Hertford, N. C, March S.?We learn
from the country that a colored man
Is selling out his property and pre?
paring to leave the State. His reason
Is that he can't stand the disfranchising
talk.
Our fishermen are doing good work
now. They were not able to fish yes?
terday on account, of the several cold
and heavy winds, but they made It
up in tho large catch this morning.
Our merchants are receiving their
spring and summer goods. Business is
the same and travel is not interfered
on account of reports of smallpox. The
case in the county is improving. It is
only a mild type at worst, and no trou?
ble Is anticipated in the way of the
disease spreading.
Mr. T. G. Long Is moving his family
to their old home in the country.
Mr. M. H. White left yesterday for
Norfolk, to purchase live stock.
It seems impossible, but It Is a fact,
that none of the traveling shows or
theatrical companies stop at Hertford,
though all that have been here left
with a full pocket. It Is true that we
have no established opera house, but
the Armory has a first-class stage and
dressing-rooms, and will seat six or
seven hundred, ami so will the court?
house, which has always been accessi?
ble. There Is always a lack of amuse?
ment in Hertford, and when anything
does come here in the way of amuse?
ment the people take hold of It with
enthusiasm. "We would like to have
some good company stop over and give,
us a trial. We have been requested by
several to mention this. fact.
fciirc.vrojr.
Kdenton, N. C, March S.?Mr. Wnl
tcr Caretorphen, the clever representa?
tive of Austin, Nichols & Co., of New
York, Is in town to-day.
As a result of the high wind yester?
day, the boats were delayed consider?
ably.
Mr. William M. Bond has been at?
tending court at Greenville, N. C, this
week.
The repairs on the Norfolk and
Southern railroad steamer Dlckerman
are nearlng completion.
A number of our sportsmen are out
to-day enjoying, perhaps, the last hunt
of the? season, as the time expires on
the 16th.
The tide is quite low.
There are but few fish on the mar?
ket to-day.
ELMABETU CITY
A Peddler Apprehended and
Fined
old (?uosIn Contrary iu ??mi Ctttxt
iicnm Cliniigo?Trnflic impeded by
Condition of flic SC roots nml the
Public I neon veti ten ceil,
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Elizabeth City, X. C, March S.?A
young man by the name of Foreman
was brought before Justice Wilson
-yesterday ?Tf?rTv??n charged vvinr vio
latlng the pedlar's license law. lie an?
swered the charge by stating that he
was not peddling goods, but was sim?
ply exhibiting samples anil taking or?
ders to be delivered according to sam?
ples. The Justice held that this was
but another way of peddling, and a vio?
lation of (ho spirit and letter of the
law. lie therefore lined him JI'.O and
costs, from which decision Mr. Pore?
man appealed t" the Superior Court.
BUSINESS CHANGE.
Messrs. Weaiherly .v- Tweedy, wltoie
i-nle and retail confectioners, have
abandoned their retail department en?
tirely and have launched out Into the
wholesale business exclusively. Very
few of our own people have any Idea
of the amount of wholesale business
transacted in our town. 'Pen years ago
the Jobbing business was comparatively
unknown In re, and now we have eleven
or twelve houses doing a large busi?
ness. Several of them ere exclusively
Wholesale.
Messrs. Wood, Broughton & McMillan
are not going lo confine themselves en?
tirely to the manufacture of buggies.
They are putlng In a stock of agricul?
tural supplies and general hardware in
the store adjoining their factory.
TRAFFIC IMPEDED.
Traffic is very much Impeded and
the public benernlly greatly inconven?
ienced by 'bo dreadful condition of our
streets. Very nearly all this winter
Polndexlcr street, especially (he main
thoroughfare to the depot, has been al?
most, impassable. The red (lag as a
danger signal can be seen at certain
places In the strt-ot. 'Phis is a very bad
advertisement for the town, and wo
trust something will be done before an?
other winter to give us better streets.
Mr. William Davis, of Ohio, is visit?
ing Iiis brother, Mr. John P. Davis, on
Cypress slreet.
A I nto ol Toils.
[From the Smllhflcld (N. C.) Herald)
During the recent snow a party of
neighbor.-!, who hud gathered at G. T.
Boyett's, in Boon Hill township, to uid
in building a tobacco barn, were as?
tonished to see a cat come
from the barn yard with ten
tun eiov.ii?e^+ti?m?ricT- mouth,
upon examination it was found that
the tail of fach und every rat was so
evenly plaited together that one rat
or one tail would support the others
How and why these tails were thus
Plaited is a profound mystery. NFo
human agency is responsible for it. If
the rats did li?how did they do it'-'
Anyway, it is a very remarkable oc?
currence, hut this tale of tails is
vouched for by several gentlemen who
were present when the find was made.
Itellef in Mx flours.
Distressing Kidney and madder dis?
ease relieved in six hours by "New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
It is a great surprise on account of its
exceeding promptness in relieving pain
in bladder, kidneys and back, in male
or female. Relieves retention of water
almost lmmcJiateiy. If you want
quick relief and cure tins is the rem?
edy. Sold by Walko Martin, drug?
gists, 10$ Water street, Norfolk, Va. *
Statesville Mascot: Monday County
Commissioners Davidson and Steele in?
structed the county attorney, Mr. Clins.
?II. Armfield, to draw a bill authorizing
mi election to be held in this county,
at such linn- as the commissioners may
determine upon, on tho question of
issuing $100,000 In bonds to macadamize
the county roads.
Mrs. Eugenia Alexander Miller, wife
of Judge John II. Miller, of Birming?
ham, daughter of Mr. C. W. Alexander,
formerly of Charlotte, now of Birming
i ham, died on February 2Mb, at her
home in Birmingham,
Pleurisy and pneumonia arc ncuto in
llummations of tho lungs, and if not
promptly allayed, the worst may hap?
pen. Tho celebrated Dr. John W.
Hull's Cough Syrup speedily allays all
inflammation of tho lungs and effects
a euro in a wonderfully short time.
Cures Pleurisy and Pneumonia.
Roses arc small and p1ea<ant to take. Doctors
rcorameud it, .'tiec ^ cu. Al all drucgisls.
Crippled by
Rheumatism.
Those who have Rheumatism find
themselves growing steadily worse all
the. while. One reason of this is that
thoremedias prescribed by the doctors
contain mercury nnd potash, which ul?
timately intensify the disease by caus?
ing the joints to swell and stiffen,
producing a severe aching of tho bones.
8. fc>. S. lias been curing Rheumat ism
for twenty years?even tho worst cases
which seemed almost incurable.
Cspt. O. K. Hughe*, tho popular railroad
conductor, of Columbia, 8. C, had an expert
onto with Kbciiuiatism which convinced him
that there ik only ono
ourefor Ihut painful dis?
ease. II? suys: "I was a
great sufferer from mus?
cular Rheumatism for
two years. 1 could tot
no p or man out relief
from any niedlelno pro
Frtlhrd by my physician.
I look about n dnzon bot?
tles of your 8. 6. 8., and
now 1 am as well is I
ever was Inmy life. Iam
sure that yuur niedlelno
cured me. and I would
recommend it to anyone
l-ufici !m; Irom any blood disease"
Everybody knows that Rheumatism
is a diseased state of the blood, and
only a blood remedy is tho only proper
treatment, but a remedy coiitafmng
potush nntl mercury only aggravates
tho trouble.
JfneBlOOd
being Purely Vegetable, goes direct to
tho very cause of tho diseuBO and a per?
manent euro always results. It is the
only blood remedy guaranteed to con?
tain no potash, mercury or other dan?
gerous minerals.
Books mailed freo by fiwitt Speoiflo
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
IRWINS EXPRESS CO.,
218 WateiSt., Phone 6,E!lher Phona
We haul anything to and from any.
where in the three cities.
Succial facilities for hauling Safes,
lioilers. Furniture and Pianos.
Lots tilled und filling wanted.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
t?VL%W?l%/lr-S?J}t>/CE
Atlanta, Nor Orleims, Augusta, Macon,
Chattanooga, Nashville, Memphis, Florida,
Vi?,,?, California ami the ontire South
In Effect Pec. 11. 1SP9.| No. 41. 1 NO. 403.
I.v. Norfolk .I ?9:0"? n ml ?8:80 p m
" Portsmouth S.A.L.] !>:?o n ml S:1"> p tn
Ar. Suffolk ... " ( fi:r,o a m| 9:16 pm
" I.ewlston .. .N.(?.| I K p m|.
" WMilnn .. .S.A.L.I 31:=^ n m| 11:10 p ni
" Henderson .. " I 1 :.'0 p ml 12:68 a m
" Raleigh ... ?? I 3:31 ]i m 1:16 am
" Southern Pines " | 5:58 p ml 4:23 n m
" Wilmington .. " |.j 120"i p m
" Charlotte .. " |*10:2? p m 7:50 a m
" Columbia C.N&Ij.|!11:5S a ml 4:lf. p m
" Augusta .C.AsW.Cl 110:50 a ml ?4:68 p tn
" Athens .. ..8.A.td ?8:45 a rcj 1:15 pm
" Atlanta (CcTlrne)] 511) a m 2:r>0 p m
" M:ieon .. f .of Ha.i 11:10 a m| 7:20 p m
" Jacksonville Plant 7:*5 p ml 8:15 a m
" Tampa .. ..Plant 8:00 a ml 8:45 pm
" Montu-om'y W.cfA jnil a m| !>:20 p m
?? Mol,it" .. ..L.&N.i 3:80 p ml 3 0.-, n m
" New Orleans . " K:10 p ml 7:40 a m
" fhafnoora W.C.-AI 1:00 j, ml 1:18 a m
?? Nashville NC&StU 6:55 pm 7:00 a in
" Memphis KPMAzRI 7:30 p m| 4:00 a in
? Dally. IDally, e-x. Sunday.
Connections at Now Orleans with South?
ern Pacific and Texas & Pacific railways
f.,r rJI points In Texas, Mexico and Call
'?No.a4102?Arrive Portsmouth dally 7:25
a m.
No. 2S?Arrlvo Portsmouth dally 6:20
P" m* J. W. nnOWN. Jr.,
Pass'r Agt., 1?^ Main St.. Norfolk. Va
MURltAY FOIIBKS,
Trav. Pass'r Agt., l*ortsmnuth, Va.
E. ST. JOHN, Vice President and Generai
Manager.
V R Mel'.EE General Superintendent.
1l" y'' n fHiOVVP L?fL A.LLEN.
Traffic Manager. Gfli 1 PaM/i-Agt.,
Portsmouth, Va.
ui on Richmond. Petersburg,
f OLAREMONT, old point.
NEWPORT NEW8 AND JAMES river
HANDINGS DIRECT BY
DAYLIGHT.
Virginia Navigation Company's Elegant
q-il.-.on Steamer POCAHONTAS leaves
rivde whatf. Norfolk, every TUESDAY
THURSDAY and SATURDAY nt 7 a. m
touching nt Portsmouth. Old Point nnd
Newport News going and returning, ar?
riving at Richmond about 5:30 p. in., con
ncctlng with all evening trains.
Kare to Richmond, 81.CO.
To Richmond and return. $2.E0.
To Richmond, second-class. ji.OO.
Tickets much cheaper than anv other
route to Richmond. Petersburg. Wavcily
llicksford and stations on Atlantic and
Danville railroad and all points via
Richmond.
Tickets for sale at ticket agencies of
Walke ?* Wen, It. Brandt, and on board
steamer. . . ,.
Freight received dally (Sunday exe'pt
eili for a'l above named points.
' JAMES \V. M'CARRICK,
Jal0-tf _ Agent
T~~ IIT3 STEAMER s. A. McCAT.L. OF
the Petersburg. Norfolk and James
River Steamboat line, leaves tho N Y
p tv N. dock every MONDAY. WED*
NESDAY and FRIDAY nt ? a. m , with
n i! iengi rs and freight for Newport News
all .lames River landings and Petersburg'
arriving in Petersburg about 5 p. in.. g;v
ns tho Richmond passengers about one
hour in Petersburg before tho train
leaves, arriving in Richmond about 6:30
11 m. Pare about one-half what It Is by
'?all Kir o.-elass fare to Petersburg, }l.2:,
Second-class, $1.0?. 10 per cent, discount
for round-trip tickets. R. B. CODKE
General Agent. J. W. PHILLIPS, Owner.'
Phones, new and old, No. l?9.
TUR WEST NORFOLK AND PIN
tier's Point Ferry leaves the N. Y
p & N. wharf daily. Sunday excepted at
? 30 a m., 8 a. m.. 0:30 a. m., 10:30 a. m .
12 m.. P"0 P- ?n., 2:30 p. m.. 4 p. m. nnd
t.?0 P m.. making the round trip In CO
minutes Phones, new and old. No. if.?.
J. \V. PHILLIPS. Owner. Ja2$
LVDE'S REGULAR line steam,
SHIPS FOR PHILADELPHIA.
ONLY DIRECT LINE PROM nor?
FOLK to PHILADELPHIA.
Until further notlco steamers nrc ap?
pointed to sad from Norfolk every MON
DAY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY
at ii o'clock p. m.. and from Philadelphia
every TUESDAY, THURSDAY ana
S \Tl'RDAY.
Through bids of lading to all points
South and Southwest via Seaboard Air
Una Atlantis Ooist Line. Virginia and
Tcnriessco Air Lino. Southern Railway.
Norfolk and Carolina and Norfolk and
Southern Railroads.
JAMES W. McCARRICK
Gcneril Southern Agent, Norfolk. Va.
WILLIAM P. CLYDE & CO..
General Agents, Philadelphia.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Formal Opening of the Fnmoiii
PRINCESS ANNE HOTEL.
February 22, 1S99.
THE MODERN STANDARD GAUGE 11N2
RUNNING BETWEEN
NOKFOLK, VA.
?AND?
VIRGINIA BEACH.
?and?
CURRITUCK DIVISION,
?and? /
EASTERN VIRGINIA AND N ORTH
CAROLINA POINTS.
?EAST VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA
LINK."
(formerly PettlFs North Carolina Line
und Bennett's North Carolina L'.ne.)
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEBRUARY
22d. 1899.
MAIN LINE.
LEAVE NORFOLK. VA
Dally except Sunday-4:45 a. m., mixed:
9:45 a. m., fast express, slops only
Kcmpsvllle. Lynnhaven and Occann; 12:45
p. in.. lO'-al express: 1:45 p. m., local
i>rrss; c.no p. m.. Princess Anne special
local express.
Sunday?9:45 a. m., fast express, stops
only at Kcmpsvllle, Lynnhavcr. and
Occana; 12:45 p. nt., local express; 3:45
m., local express; C:30 p. in.. Princess
Anne special, local express.
LR AVE VIRGINIA REACH. VA.
Daily, except Sunday?S:15 a. in., local
exprcw; 11:15 a. m., mixed: 2:20 p. m?
local express; 4:30 p. m.. local express;
lO:*) p. m.. Princess Anne special,
through express, no stops.
Sunday?10:20 a. m., local express: 2-.ro
p. in., local expiLS-s; 4:30 p. m.. local ex?
press; 10:00 p. m.. Princess Aniie special,
through express, no stops.
CLRR1TUCK DIVISION.
LEAVE NORFOLK. VA.
Dally except Sunday?10:00 a. m., mixed:
5:05 p. m., mixed.
LEAVE MUNDEN POINT. VA.
Daily except Sunday?7:30 a. in., mixed;
2:00 p. m.. mixed.
All steamers other than Currllurk
Sound stiames, arrive and depart from
pier No. 1 (adjoining Clyde Line) Water
street, Norfolk, Va.
W. V. ASH BU RN,
Gcn'l Fit niul Pass. Agent.
R. IV HOLLAND.
Superintendent.
HorfoiK and ocean View By.
SHORT LINE BETWEEN NORFOLK
AND OLD POINT COMFORT.
Via Norfolk and Ocean View Ry. Co.
FIFTY MINUTES.
SCHEDULE TAKING EFFECT NO?
VEMBER 24lh. 1S9S.
I.V. |Lv. |Ar
NorlO'n (Old
folk|Vw| i t
A.M AM a M|
7:30| 7 ;50, t>
9:00 P:20| 0 .
10:30110:50111.-S?I
P.M P.M P.M
I I3:00(l2:20 12:50
1:30] l:50l S:2?
!3:o0 3.20 3:45
4:30 4:501 6:20)
6.00 $.20 6::,?|
i 7:30 7:50 8:20|
S:00; 9'2u| D:i0]
ILv. IL v. I Ar.
lOlil W INor
P't I l'r [folk
'jA.MIA MjA.M
Local dallv..| I S:00 8:23
Local da:ly..| 9:03 9:30 9:35
Local daily.. 10:35.11:00 11:35
P.M P.M P.M
Local dally.. 12:05 12:30 12:55
Local daily.. 1 ::<5j 2:00 2:25
Express . S:00 3:251 3...0
Local daily.. 4:3b| ?:U0( ?:2j
Local daily.. C .03 6:30 6 ...?
Local dally.. 7.35 8:00 S.:.->
Local daily.. I:05| 9:^0, 9:55
! Connects with 4 p. ed. C. & o. train nt
Old Pclnt.
Ragg-age checked to any point on Sea?
board Air Lino and to all Railroad na?
tions and Steamboat Lines in Norfolk and
Old Point.
Local freight leaves Norfolk daily.
.Straight faro to Old Point Comfort 15
cents. Fare <or Round Trip to Old Point
Comfort from any part of Norfolk, 60
cents. Round Trip Tickets on salo by ai:
Stielt Car Conductors.
D. A. HEG ARTY.
General Superintendent.
SOUTHERN
RY.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINTS
SOUTH,
SOUTHEAST,
and SOUTHWEST.
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 11 ISt'S.
Lv. Norfolk ...
Ar. Raleigh ....
Ar. Durham ...
Ar. Greenoboio
Ar,?Salisbury .
Ar.
9:00 a ml 9:35 p m
3:50 p m 4:03 a in
4:43 p in 4 :5$ a in
i .?5 p m| C:45 a ni
7:50 p m| 9:05 a ni
Ar
Ashtvllle ....
Hot Springs .
Knoxvllle ...
Chattanooga
Nashville ...
Charlotte"..
Auanta _
Montgomery
Mobile
112:10 a mi
1:29 a mi
:j p m
37 p m
4 :2? a ml 7 :10 p m
7:40 a m il :::5 p in
ti:55 p m| 6:40 a in
9:35 p m' 9:25 a in
6:10 a m; 3:55 n m
10:31 a ml 9:20 p m
3:45 p ml 3:05 a in
Ar. New Orleans .| k:10 p inj 7:40 a m
Ar. Rlrmlngharo .111:20 a m 10:00 p ni
Ar Memphis
Columbia ...
Augusta ....
Snvann.ih ..
Jacksonville
Tampa .
9:20 p m| 7:45 a ni
1:37 a m| 12:45 p :n
i :00 a mi 4:15 p m
5:00 a m! 4 :40 p m
9 15 n m| 9:25 p in
.| 6:50 p mi 7:40 a in
For all Information apply ut
1'lly Ticket Wllire, Mulii nutl Grmiliy
mi. em, 'I'houes lpj.
R.iggage rn!lc<1 for and Cheeked from
hotels and residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company on orders left at ticket of?
fice.
FRANK S. gannon.
3d V. Pres. and Gcn'l M:;r.
J. M. CUM? w. A. TURK,
Traffic Msr. g<m'l Pass. Agt,
?Aashington. D. C.
w. II DOLL. Pass. Agt.. Norfolk. Va.
Witt & Mli MmM Ho
Tho new and powerful Iron palace
steamers Newport news. wash.
INOTON and NORFOLK will leavo
dally as follows:
NORTH ROUND.
Steamers leavo Portsmouth, foot
of Nort'i Htreat. C:0O p m
Leavo Norfolk. f:ot of Water
street. 8:45 p fn
Leave Old Point Comfort. 6:45 p m
Arrlvo Washington.7.00 a ni
into |Pa. p. r
Lv. Washington .|a,1:00 i m b".30 n in
Ar. Philadelphia .|U:0" a m| 10:56 a ni
Ar. New York at.1:20 p m 1:13 p m
~ BOUTH POUND. I B. 4 O Pa. It P.
Lv New York .|dl:CO p mid 1:00 p m
Lv Philadelphia . 2 07 p m' S:1S p ni
Ar Washington .I 6 00 p nil r,:is p ni
Lv Washington .|fG:30 p mrf :i ;i r-.
Ar Old Toint Comfort.j 7:00 a m 7:00 a m
Ar Norfolk.j 8:00 am; S.oo a m
Ar. Portsmouth .I 8:30 a ml 8:30 a m
a Runs one hour later Sundays,
b Runs ten m.ntues later Sundays,
c Dallv.
d Dally, except Sundays.
Tickets on sale, at B. & O. tlekot office:
N. <fc C. office, at W. T. Walka's and
company's office on wharf.
For further Information apply
V L CALT A'IAN.
Telephone 441. " AfeaU
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
151
).'S Li
FOR NEW YORK.?Pas-|
scnger ships ars appointed
to sail from Norfolk we.k
daya at 6:00 p. m.. Sundays
at ? p. tn. Tuesday's
steamer carries freight only
FROM NEW YOHK?On
Monday Tuesday; Wednes?
day, Thursday and Fri?
day at 3:00 p. m . Saturday at 4:00 P- nt.
PASSE N< SER/ ACCOMMODATIONS
UNSURPASSED.
Faro. Including meals and stateroom
berth .7 .5 8-M
Round tr.p (limited to 30 days).?13.t?
For tickets and reservation of state?
rooms apply at ticket oftice, 199. Ma.a
street, or at general office, at wharf.
Foil K'.CHMv >Nl'?snips love New?
port News every Sunday evening, arriv?
ing at Richmond the next morning,
Ships leave Old Point for Norfolk Sun?
day ahout 10 a. m.
TIME SCllEDUI/3 OF STEAMERS
Hampton Roads, J. s. Warden, Luray.
Accomack and Virginia l?arc, sailing
daily, except Sunday, from Companys
wharf, Norfolk
FOR ODD POINT?At C.13 and 11:16 a.
Rt. and 4:15 p. m.i Portsmouth. 6:80 and
10:05a. tn. and 3.tv p tn.: Bay lane wharf,
Norfolk, at 6:45 and 11:30 a. in. und 1:30
p. m.
FOR HAMPTON?At 11:15 a. m. and
4:15 p. tn.; Portsmouth, 10:03 a. m. and
3:-.C. p. in.; ll;iv Line, at 11:30 a. m. and
4::'o p. m
FOIl NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FIELD -At p. in.: Portsmouth, 2;4j
p. tu.: Ray Line. S:f? p. in.
FOR WARia AND EAST '.MVF.ns?At
6:15 a. m.; Portsmouth. C:30 a. lit.; Bay
Line 6:45 a m.
FOR NORTH RIVER?On Monday.
Wednesday and Friday at 6:16 a; m.:
Portsmouth, a. in.: Bay Lino, 0:45 a.
Ill
FOR BEVERN RIVER?On Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at C;1."> a. m.t
Portsmouth, G.30 a. ni.; Hay l?ine 6:45
a. in.
FOR BACK. POQUOS1N AND VOltK
RIVER l.ANDlNOS AND CRAB NECK
? On Monday. Wednesday and Friday
0:15 a. m.; Portsmouth. i"::'.o a. m.; Bay
Line 6.45 a. m. Returning following day.
FOR NANSI3MOND RIVER AND SUF?
FOLK?At 3:00 p in.: Portsmouth. 3:10
P. ni. Connci ; ntr at Suffolk with Suffolk
and Carolina railroad.
Freight for Were. East, North. Severn.
Rack. Poquoain. York and Nansemond
river landings must bo prepaid.
All schedules subject to change without
notice.
Freight for Washington nnd New Rein.
N". C, received at and d i'.v 81 cd from
Norfolk and Southern railroad depot.
Freight re,?.-.veil daily, except Sunday,
until i.Av p. m.
M. P.. CROW ELD, Agent.
10RE STEAM P/VCKET CO.
s/w uirsin..
COMMENCING MONDAY. ADO. S. IS?!
I.v Portsmouth. High s treet.:?:ir> p :n
I.v. Norfolk, Main street.!6:0O p m
I.v Old Point HyncU l ler.:i:i>J p ra
Ar. Baltimore. Union Dock.7:00 a m
nokthhound" 7p R h. 1 R & o.
i.v r..\i;imoro .I 7:43 a mil ..">.> a m
Ar. Philadelphia .'10:15 u uij!io:iti a m
Ar. New Yoik .1*12:43 p iu| 113:35 n'n
SOI TIIDOUND I P. 11. it. ! H. &"07
Lv New York .i !2:!U p nr, 1 :<*0 |> m
L.:-. Philadelphia .I r i 41 p mi !3:0. p m
Unit. Canton _I t7:00 p m| !5:io p rn
Lv. Uallltnore, t'nlon Dock.6:30 p in
Lv. Baltimore. Canton .7:io p m
Lv. Old Point .6:15 a in
Ar. Norfolk .7:t?J a m
At. Portsmouth .3:30 a in
!?Rally except Sunday. ??Daily.
Tickets sold lo all points North, East
and West and baggtgo checked to destl
I nation. Staterooms reserved upon appli?
cation in person nt the company's ofilce.
No. 77 West Main street, or on board
ste.>mcr.
Ftctght will rot be received after 4 p.
m. to ko forward thai day.
For further Information apply to
KEY COMPTON,
Oer.e-aI Agent.
.1. W BROWN. Jr..
Southern Passenger Agtsr.r.
CAPE \ New York.
CHARLES Phr/r4Po;?o:k
ROUTE \ Railroad.
QUICK TIME?LOW RATES.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAV.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY.
APRIL 25 pis.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
5 a. m. daily, ox-rpt Sundny? (Parts
mouth, High htrect, 7:.io a. m )
Arrive at Philadelphia 5:42 p.
111.; New Y'ork at .v-o p. m.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
C OO p. m. dally; Portsmouth. High street
5::',o. Arrive at Philadelphia^.
6:10 a. in . New York. 7:13 a. ni
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
j:00 a. m. dally: Portsmouth, High street.
9:10. leaving New York at b:0u
ri m.: Philadelphia, 11:10 p. tn
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
1:'J) p. m. dally, except Sunday (Ports?
mouth. lli!;:i street. .S:00 p. rn.)
leaving New York at S:C0 a. in.;
Philadelphia, 10 20 a. m.
Clou? connection made with tfll rail nnd
sound lines to and Horn Boston.
Pullman Sleeping Cars on nicht tralnr
between Jersey City. Ph.Iadclphla and
t'.tpe Charles.
Pullman BiifTet Pari r Oars on day trains
bftw.-en Philadelphia nnd Cape Charles.
Through tickets said and baggage
checked *l Walke'a Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, and on steamers,
R. 13. COOKB,
General Passenger nr.d 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 .it i":00 p. in.
FARES TO BOSTON AND PROVI?
DENCE.
First-class, Including meals nnd
stateroom berth .y*i n.-,
Intermediate, Including meals at 2nd
table and saloon stateroom berth...js oO
Steerage Including meals and bunk..3700
Perishable freight sent via. Providcnc
forwarded by early train to Boston and
at the same rate as "by direct steamers to
Boston.
For further Information apply to
R. H. WRIGHT. Agent. Norfolk. V*
A. D. BTEBBINS, Ass't Traffic M'gr
W P. TURNER. Gen, Pass. Agent
J. C. WHITNEY. Traffic Manager.
General Offices, Baltimore, Aid.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT DEC. H
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY*. '
7:10 a. m.?For Richmond, Washington,
Lynchburg and tho West,
4.35 p. m.?Vestlbulcd Limited far Itlch
mond and Washington. S;opi
only a 1 Suffolk. Wavtrly and
I'c-tersi-Urg.
S:5*> p. m. ? For Petersburg, T.vnchburr
tho West and Southwest
Trains arnv" at N'. rfolk daily S:2i"a. m
11:25 a. in. and 10:40 p, m.
Tickets 'r.:l all Information at station
and U Granby street.
W. B. REV ILL,
Genera. Passenger Ageat,
TRAVELEHS* 6UI0E.
^Ipto Chesapeake
& Ohio Ry
FOR RICHMOND. WASHINGTON.
CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE. CHI?
CAGO. ST. LOUIS KTO.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JANUARY 10,
_1*99-_
V.:.ST HOUND | No. 1 | No. 3_
Lv. Portsmouth .. ..I 7:40 a ml 3:00 pm
Lv. Norfolk .I 8:10 a inj 3:30 p tn
Lv. Newport News ..| 9:13 a ml 4:35 pm
Ar. i. ::J .I R.30 a m| 6:50 p m
Lv. i. finTd (RFftl'J ?12:00 n'nl 7:40 p m
Ar. W - .::.-::.>:i .j ?3:10 p m| 11:30 p 111
1 v. ... h .! M i'n line 2:15 p ml 10:30 p m
Ar. Chai lottl SVlHa ..I 5:44 n mi a?i* a in
Staunton ..
A . ( litton Forgo.
?r. Cincinnati .
Ar. Louisville .
Ar. Chicago .
Ar. St. Louis ..
Ii IS ;> in
9:50 p m
a :57 p m
11:00 a in
10 p m
4:22 p m
7:25 a m
6:2? p m
55 a in) 6:15 p m
S:00 p ra
7:15 a in
6:56 j> ui| 7:50 a m
?D illy except Sunday. Other tlmo dally.
N ? i Day Exptess DAILY, (Partor Car
nd and Pullman Richmond to
Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis.
C :.; . .it ?ordonsvlllo for Ora?go
lncl| il stat ons on Southern Rail
way north of Orange.
Nt, DAILY Pullmans Old Point to
II n Cincinnati and Louisville.
Meals served on Dining Cars on Nob. 1
j ?v >st of C ?rdonvilte. '
Chesapeake and ouio arrives nt Norrolk
12.15 p in and 7:05 p m. Arrives at Ports?
mouth 12 10 p m. and 7:30 p. DO.
For further Intortnatlon apply to
J. R WILLCON. Ticket Agent, or
F. \V. CURD. Passenger Agent.
C and O L'tcket Office, Grar.by street,
Norfolk, Va. _
john D. POTTS.
Asst. General Passenger Agent.
aTLADTIC
COAST
its ?.<?? LIJICi
(XnrfnlU .* rsrmins Rallrond.i
IN EFFECT JANUARY 15th. 1839.
Stations.
Lv. Norfolk .| um a mi 2:U0 p ix,
Lv Ports June.I 9.22 a ni 2:42 p n?
Ar, Suffolk, Va.;lo.W a mi 3:17 p ta
At. lunla. N. C.10:50 a mi 4:15 p Ua
Ar. llobgood. N. C.|12:00 in 5:35 p ra
Ar. Tailioio. N. C_ 1J.21 p ml 6:00 p ni
Ai. ltorfcy Mount. N.0,1,2.30 p lu) 6."
Ar. V. Hi i inston. N C
Ar. Plymouth. N. C.
Ar. Washington, N. C,
A i. KI II s t o n. N. C.
6:55 p ra
7:40 p m
7:20 p m
7:55 p ta
Ar. Wilson. N. C.I 2:15 p ml 7:10 p m
Ar. G-olsboro, N. C-1 5:21 p in 7:60 p m
Ar \\ llmlngton. N. Cj 5.50 p m| 9:40 a n?
Ar. l-'nyettcville, N. C..| 4:25 p ml 1:06 a m
Ar. Florence. S. C.| 7:23 p ru 3:15 a tn
Ar, Charleston, S. C...|I0:50 p m| 6:03 a ui
Ar. Columbia, s. C.|10:20 p milROO a m
Ar. Augusta. Ga .| 7:.'s> a ml 7:56 a m
Ar. Allanta. Ga. .112.35 p m 12:35 p m
Ar. Mat-on. Gi.|u:15 a m|H:15 a nt
Ar. Savannah, Ga.I 1:50 a ml 8:15 a ra
Ar. Jacksonville, FLa..| 7:30 a m[12:60 p m
No. 49 dally connects with A.C.L. trnl?
25 for all tiolnts South.
No. 103,dally,cxcept Sunday, makes close
Connection at llotigood for Washlngtcu.
N. C, Klns'.nr., N. C. and Plymouth, H
C. and all Eastern Carolina points; alwi
ot Rocky Mount with a. C. L train "> fag
all points South.
No, 103, daily, except Sunday, makes
close connection at Ahoskie for Windsor.
n. C. and stations on w. ft P. R, K.
Trains a::nt \t Norfolk at 5:5? |\ m.
daily, ulso at 10.25 a. in., dally, except
SunUiy.
No. 49 runs through without clanj.s
Noifolk to 'Viimlngton.
Baccate teclted at Company's Ncrfo'.l?
Wharf, ana also at office of passungic
und Ticket agent 171 Main sweet i ipp*.
6110 Atlantic Hotel).
For tickets to all points South, slevplng
ear reservations and general informants
call oa or address,
J. A. NEt.'GE It AU E.Tt,
Tassengor and Ticktet agtnt. .
JAMES F. MAUPIN. j
Genetal l'orwardlns Agent.
IL M. EMERSON, Gen. Pass Ageot. :
G. M. SERPELL. Gen. Manager.
T. M. EMERSON, Trafflo Manager.
* Eouincro B. B, GO
SCHEDULE in EFFECT OCT. 10th 1S0S
MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NO It*
FOLK DAILY (except Sunday) 10 a m
for Elizabeth City, Edcnton. Mackey'?
Ferry, Itopi r, Pant ego, Belhavcri, Etc.
Connects o>t ISdcnton w .th n. & s. r r,
steamer as follows: Dally (xcept ^un<
day) for Plymouth, Jnmesvllle, William
Bton and Windsor. TUESDAY, thurs?
DAY and SATURDAY for all landings on.
Chowon river. On MONDAY and fri?
DAY for Scuppernong river, connecting- at
Belhi i n with steamer Virginia Daro for
Mai klcyvlllc, South Creek, Aurora. Wash.
-4?mii.-rnif I .it.. l.incllnr? Con
lllglllll?tm-i?..iivi .u^u.
: . .it Elisabeth City with ste?l?eZ
Ncw Berne MONDAY and WEDNESa
DAY for Roanoke Island. Ocracoke.
Oriental and New Herne, N. C.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR.
FOLK at I 10 p m, TUESDAfY, THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Elizabeth City
l lenl in and way stations. Connects at
Eliza! eth City with iho steamer Neuse for
i. moke Island, Nowberne, Morehcud
City, Kingston and Goldsboro, via A A
N It. R., and for Jacksonville, Wtlmlng
t n, N. C., and for stations on tho W '%?
W. R. It,
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
n vqTFRN CAROLINA DISPATCH
,-V ie FlIKIOHT LINE AND OLD DO
I'm? .is' l lNi: between all points North
M' N , v a Norfolk and Norfolk and
'.::; Railroad ami Eastern North
, celved dally at 5 p. m. ana
< w ,' led I romptly at low rate.
Informatl in apply to the
ix < tn c or the N. ft S. R. R Co..
v' V H. C. HTTDGINS.
General Freight and Passenger AgenL ,
M K KIN.'., G-r.eral Manager.
ATLANTIC AND
DANVILLE rAILWAT
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT^MAY Sth. 1898*
TRAIN No, l-p;ily. Leaves Norfolk
v, ,rr t il of M.ithcws street at 9:3?
a in West Norfolk, at 9:o0 a. m. tSr
Danville and tnterinedlato points, arriving
tt? Dan\ 111? a; 2j p. in.
TRAIN NO 3?Dally except Sunday?
Leaves Norl - ?? W p m.: West Norfolk
. r.rrlvtnc at Danville at 6;0tj
o'clock a. m.
IN NO < arrives at Norfolk at 10:ta
n m dally except Sunday.
TRAIN Nu S dir:v.-j at Norfolk at StHJ
PTRAIN NO. J connects at Dennlstort
n with Norfolk ar.d Western rail,
i urham and intermediate points
TR tlNS NOS. 1 AND 3 connect at Jef
tlon and Danville for all points
Hhern R ill way system.
Pullman sleeps between Danvlll? ana
Mile, Atlanta. Jacksonville. Mempin,
., ; Now Orleans.
ts oi iale and baggage checked at
\v agen y and company's wharf
N rfolk, and at F.mmcrson & Watson
... it Portimouth. <
Steamer City of Chester touches at j*
V., I . and N. R. R. wharf on outgoing
WM. H. TAYLOR,
Traffic Manaxar. *
CHAS. O. HAINES. Qeneral Managw. ;

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