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THE.NE)WS FROM THE OL,D NORTH STATE AND IT^ CAPITAL
RALEIGH NEWS NOTES Northern Capitalists Inquiring About Bond Issue. MANY PROBABLE PURCHASES Tendier*' Asuombly Will lie IIc1<l al Morelioatl City?Tbo II cut tit Minn tinn in Hio Stnte-Stoett or die North i?n?l Kmiiii ('iirolimi Ititllu ny Doslred?riio ?.'i>biic Printing? Tlilo t? om.ce? (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Raleigh, N. C.f March 17.?Treasurer Worth informs mo to-day that he is in receipt of letters fr>>m New York, Phil? adelphia, Boston, Chicago, Washington and many other of the larger cities, disking for information as to the new bond issue, and Indicating a wish to purchase cither in parcels or the whole Issue. < 'no large and well known firm in New York has offered 100 for the en? tile $110,000 bonds. These bonds, it will be remembered, are to be issued to pay the Indebtedness of the penitentiary contracted under the fusion rule for the past four years. It now seins like? ly, however, that the total amount of the Indebtedness may be considered in excess of what was at first intimated. TEACHERS' ASSEMBLY. C. H. McboJic, superintendent, who bus just returned from Greensboro, where he has been assisting in arrang? ing the programs for the Teachers' As sembtyi sayn thnt ho thinks that the usscmbly will be held ;u Morehcad City this summer if tho owners of the Atlan? tic Hotel tit that place arc aid.' to ob? tain the reduction In railroad rates that is now asked. The assembly wishes, a rate of one cent a mile, and Mr. E. H. Barbce, one of the proprietors of the hotel, tells me he thinks this will lie Klven both by the Southern nnd the At? lantic and Nocth Carolina railroad. THE HEALTH SITUATION. Dr. Long, the state Inspector or StnallpOX. reports that the disease is wi ll in hand in Warrenton, and nearly everyone has been vacclnnted there. He is now in Alntnancc county, where there are a number of cases among mill ope? ratives. Dr. Long may be termed a smallpox g< IliUS, and has had as much success in his treatment of the dis? ease as any other physician In the South. N. AND S. C. nAILWAY BTOCK. Salisbury capitalists are offering to buy a number of shares of stock in the North and South Carolina railway. If the load will i>e run through Rowan in? stead oC Stanly county, as is now in? tended. To-day two convicts, John Butler and Richard Davis, were brought to the State's prison by the sheriff of Colum? bus county. They are sen tenet l for three sind one years, respectively*, THE PUBLIC PRINTING. Edwards Broughton are holding hack the most Important parts of the Shafer case, waiting the decision of the court in the suit brought by Barnes Bros, against (he Joint Committee on Printing, nnd others. TITLE T( > OFFICE. Leave has ben granted by the Attor? ney General to \V. H. Wilson to insti? tute quo warranto proccdlngs against John T. Jordan, of Ashevillo, to try the title to the office of clerk or the Crimi? nal Court for the Western District. Treasurer Worth wishes It staled thai under the new revenue law the sheriff collects the liquor tax for druggists, Which is $2Ji per annum in a town of r.00 and $50 in larger towns or cities. SHAW UNIVERSITY COMMENCE? MENT r. Commencement exercises or the pro? fessional schools at Shaw University? the Leonard Schools or Medicine and Pharmacy and the?Department?of Law?wen- held yesterday. The presentation or prizes and part? ing address to the graduates were made by the president of the university, as follows: The McKeo Prize.....Mr. Connor The Knox Prize.Mr. Cardwcll The Goodwin Prise.Mr. Cardwell The K. p. Battle Prize.Mr. Connor The Lewis Prize.Mr. Card well The Chemistry Prize.Mr. Taylor ? The young men finishing their course and receiving diplomas were: Graduates in Medicine?George W. Cardwell. North Carolina; Edward T. Connor, Virginia; John Ii, Moore, Ar? kansas. Graduate in Law?William H. Green, North Carolina. KUKKTOR. (Spccinl to Virginian-Pilot.) Edenton, N. C, March 17.?Mr. W. O. Eliot t is making preparations for bav? ins his store lighted with the Caro? lina Light Company's new lights. ZE MA Itchimj, KurHlugSkln, Scale?, .Sore*, T^hnplfH, llrtlttnd Ittitv Skin, ttittl Erup? tions thut Kuril and Itch. Caused by Bad Condition of the Biood. Cured by Bolanio Blood Balm (B.B.B.). Sutiijtlr Jlollle unit h'rre. if yen have tried doctor*, talvet, washes, external and internal mnedlet,and ?tili hare Kczema, Tel? ler, Scald llead,.Sall Rlieiim,then B.B.B, ?rill eure Jim by literally driving lite bad poUoned Mood out of ilie tioilv. bones, and entire Kystom, an.I tail it the, onlv perfect car*. Other remedies fail to entn because they fall lodrive Hie bad lilood out. B.B.B, lean Internal powerful blood remedy thai is meant to, and does, eure ?Her nil elte fails. UK 1/C Vflll "'?hunr, Ituralns, scaly, eruited, or iih.l, iuu pimply ikln,butter*containingput oi watery fluid, skin red, nnd nn Ilching heal, ? :tli or wiiliout ?.>!,??, on let!*, mm?, hands', ne.k. or face? Then take B.B.B, which \>111 core you.h m i is the flush free from hlemtthei, totes, or in-hm^ ol any kind. Chronic Rezetna I* ?? ?evere form Of skin inflam? mation, with mux redness nn>l u law surfme. It may la?l tor yean with intervals of partial recov? ery, hill e;?i!y returntua. Il often attack.-, the e*rs and ne.-k. We have i??n the ear* burnt and crltped Bs a piece of ro.lst iiirnt, an.I il?. whole Mde ol Ihe neck a ?urfare of raw, InHjiiied flesh, pitiable lo heli.,Id. Wo know of sit . a.i-< like Ulli cured hy It U.U. during the pad year (IftSSt). Any form of Kczema It due lo diseased blood, del ihe dtteatrd !.:.,<..t out wllh n.n.B.,and you ate red, n.D.II. It per feel I) tafe to take by old or young, tad tel < as a tine loiilr. Eczema on Children, When trMhina. . ),:i don an) Tery frequently afflicted with Eczema. Sores dltctiarge, and n yellow erutt forms upon il.a ikln. Gee ihe . t ild mil l doset ol R.U.B., nnd Ihe tores will toon heal. Sninpla Itolilo I'ree. Send2 stampsfor free ?ample bottle, and liook. R.B.B, for tile every. Where. Bleod halm Co., Atlanta, tin. Dr. Pcnlck, of Elisabeth City. o:uu" down on last evening's train and ; preached nt the Bdattst Church nt 8 o'clock. Iiis subject was the "Three Kinds of Kost.'' which was handled by the Doctor In Iris usual able manner. Mr. and .Mrs- J. XV. Branning are out of town for a week. Mr. John Hall, of tin- Norfolk Mar? ble Works, Is In town on business. Mrs. Mollle Hlnton, of Suffolk, Va., is the euest of relatives on Church street. Tito store to be occupied i>y T>r. Hosklns us a dru.vr store, which is undergoing Kenoral repairs, is ncarlne completion. EUUlBn CITY Cupid Pilots a Norfolk Couple to Our Town, Sirs. Overtoil Again wius Her liam MC? Unit? Whore ninl Il.v Wimm Divine services will ic<> Conilneled Muuriuy ? Brevities. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Elisabeth City, X^_c.. March 17.? There will be services at all the churches next Sunday as follows: Methodist?Preaching by Rev. R. C. Bonmnn, pastor, at n a. m. Subject, "The Priceless Christ." At s p. m-. "Show us Hi.- Father." Baptist?Preaching by Dr. W. S. Penick, past.at it a. in. und s p. m. Protestant Episcopal?Preaching at ft n. in. by Rev. L. L. Williams, rector. Prayers at r> p. in. Presbyterian?Preaching at 11 a. m. und s i>. nv by Rev, Dr. F. H. Johnson, pastor. Disciples of Christ (worshiping at the Courtliou.se)?Preaching at 7::;o p. m. by ii.iv.?M.?1'ii i man,?pastem?Subject, "What Think Ye of Christ?Whose Son I is He?" Methodist Episcopal (at Whedl.s Hall)?Preaching by Rev. C. M. Lovis ter at n a. m. Subject, "Sonshlp." At 8 m., subject; "What the <.;.l of i;>.d Brings -M.ii To." Court in Camden county closed yes? terday with several cases to go down to tin- full term. The ens.- possessing the- grcntcst interest for our people was that of Mrs. Lydia Overto'n against J. j l- Hlnton for forcible trespass mid as? sault. This case cani" up for trial last fall .and tin; jury gave a verdict fori plaintiff and assessed damages Ut SI..>. The judge set the verdict aside on the ground that the duniugcs were execes she. It came to trial ngalll this week and n (lay and n half was consumed The jury took tin- case yesterday af? ternoon, und after remaining out nil night rendered n verdict this morning in favor Of plaintiff. Mrs. Ovi I'ton, ami assessed the damages :il Stt.T'.o. The jury found in their verdict that Hi. trespass was committed on the prem? ises in a rude and wanton manner, and that the Assault was committed in the same way. Mrs. Overton is n widow with three small children. Counsel for plaintiff were Messrs. 13. F. Aydlctt ami 1*. II. Williams. Messrs. Pcnder & ren? der, 1-:. F, ami S. S. Lamb and T. G. Skinner appeart d for defendant. NORFOLK COUPLE MARRIED. Yeslcrday as the express train ' pulled in at the depot Mr. John L. Goggln and Miss Estclla M. Cnpps, both of Norfolk, came out, took tie* 'bus to the Hot I Central and then ap? plied to the Register of Deeds for a marriage license, which was granted, and they were quickly united in the bonds of matrimony by Dr. W. S. Pen? ick. They took Ibo train as it came back and r< turned to the place from whence they came. BREVITIES. Mr. J. R. Bergnoii's little son had the misfortune to break his leg last evens ing, but we were unable to x> t ihe! pu it Iculnrs. St. Patrick's Hay is clear and calm and has the appearance of an Easter day. STATE NKWM AO I I S. Roxboro will vote on March 27th, on a proposition to issue bonds for water? works ami other Improvements. Mr. J. K. Reynolds, proprietor of the Hotel Reynolds, has bought the White Sulphur Springs prop* rty and will build a I)e\V hotel there this spring. The price paid for the property if- nearly $8,000.? Ml. Airy News. Thomas Smith, the Johnston county negro who has ben in Wake jail rot safe keeping sine,, last December, was i taken to Bmithlleld yesterday by Sheriff Blington to stand trial for bis life. There are now twenty-nine compa? nies of the State Quard. Seven new ones wil be formed ,to bring the three regiments to a strength of twelve com? panies each. The new ones will be at Mb. Airy. Rocky Mount. Weldon, Windsor. Salisbury, Marion and King's Mountain. North Carolina pensions granted: Original?George W. tlobbs, Powells vllle, Increased- William Word, Be kersvllle, ?C to $8. Fourth class postmnsr lets appoint, d: Bennett, Alison county, William H. Simmons; Lumberlon, Robcsom H. M. Normeht; Plnkney, Wayne. X. C?. Holland; Solitude. Ashc, I.ouisa. .1. Maxwell: Burl, Person, Wil llam W. Blanc. The New River Inn Hotel, a; the mouth of N'.w River, Onslow county, was blown down by last Tuesday's storm. The hotel was owned by men from the state of New York, who came there every summer to hunt and llsll. 11 could accommodate about fifty people, and was valued a; ?l.<)00. A solid ear load of chickens passed through on a through freight over the Southern last evening, Its destination being Washington. The ear was pro? vided with eight "decks," or floors, each being ab >ut a foot or more above the lower one, thus diviner the fowls ample room to stand up and move around/ Raleigh Post: Dr. .T. V. Brown told us yesterday that there were fifty new tobacco barns within two miles square of Union city. He says the increased acreage in tobacco In that section will bo full a hundred per cent The Patterson mill has closed for a time not definitely fixed or known, and the operatives uro thereby, like the machinery, would be out of cop. Mr. J. <?. Odcll, the manager of the card? ing ami spinning departments, Bays] that he is uncertain nlxnit when the mill will resume. As for himself ho is open for a proposition. The Mt. Airy News recently printed a card from W. 13. Pltterson, Company E, Fifty-third, North Carolina, in which it was stated that at the Confederati basaar in Raleigh there was a ration of Nassau bacon that had been drawn the day liefere the battle of the Wil? derness by lt. C. Woodllcf, of Company K. Forty-fourth North Carolina, now <>f Franklin county. The bacon has 1.i kept wrapped in oiled silk by the vete? ran's mother. The works of the North Carolina Steel .".ud iron Company at Greeiiiboro have I- en sold t-> a syndicate or Northern capitalists, and they will reopen and resume work In the iron mines at Ore Hill. In that county. Tltis would be of great benefit to all the country surrounding Ore Hill, and we sincerely hope Ihnt this valuable property will be fully dcvetopcd-->-Chatham Record. The ,-arly part of this week Mr. Dwlght Ashley, of the great silk man? ufacturing Brm of Ash- ley & Bailey, operating three silk mills, one at Co? lumbus, Pa., and one at Marietta. Pa., with offices and counting room in New York city, came to Foyettevlllo pr is pet ting for a suitable location for a silk mill. Yesterday Dr. Hunter receiv? ed a letter from Mr. Ashley, notifying him that his firm had decided to lo? cate in Faycttovitle, and asking him to make out the deed for the property. A collection amounting to $to was taken up in the Payetteville Baptist Church Sunday to furnish a room in S the Baptist Female University at Rai* elgh, to be known as the Fayetteville I Room. This university, which has been erected at a cost of $40,000, will be 0] l tied en September 1st. Mr. W. H. Oakley, of Salem, Va.,1 manager of the Western Union Tele? graph Co. at Durham, and Miss Pauline Ramsuy, of that place, wore married Wellies.lay. Not one child dies where ten formerly die,I from croup, people have learned the value of one Minute Cough Cure atul use it for severe llinjr and throat troubles, it Immediately stops cugb Ing. 1'. never fails. Burrow-Martin Company. ? TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Atlanta. New Oi-ipitm, Augusta. Afgieon, Ctmllnnoagn, XnslH ill.-. Ml mplilx, riorlttu, Vttciui, Cnlfruriiin ami llumnlli? Soul Ii._m T-i Kf."! r??\ 11. No. 41. I No. in I.v. Norfolk .1 t$H n n\l ?8:10 p m ?? rnrt?mnnth B.A.L.] ?so n ml K:45 p m Ar Suffolk ... ?? I 9:50 a m| ?'1G p ni '* T.rw-lcton .. .N.CI 1:"' p m!. ?? Wehloh .. .S.A.L.] I1:?0a m' 11:10 p m " Henderson .. " j 1:50 p m| IS SB a m " Raleigh ... " I 2:"4 p in) '.'-.It a tn " Southern Pines " j 6:53 p ml 4:2J a m " W?Trvlnsrtnn .. " I.j 12-0."> p ni ?' Charlotte .. " 1-1??.", p m| 7:.*0 a m ?? Columbia O.N.*r..i!11:5S a ml 4:15 p m " ? Augusta .C A.W.C|llO:50 a mi *4:.'-r. p tn " Athens .. ..S.A.1.1 ?8:45 a m 1:15 pm '? Atlanta (e,>T::nMi 5:80 a m! ?:'n p m " Mnron .. I'.offla.! 11:10 a ml 7:20 j, ni ?? Jacksonville Plant 7:65 p m ?:4~ " Tnmpa .. ..Pl.inM y:01 a ml 0:45 ,. '? Mo-itc-om':.' W.nf.M 10:31 a r.i| 9:20 n m ?? Mobile .. ..L.&N.I 3-:t p m " New Orlean? . " B:lO p ml " Chnrn-ntri WAVAt 1:00 p ml " Nashville NCAiStlJ 0:55 pm " Memphis KCM&Bj T :1i> p m| -1'iailv. IPally. ex. Sunday. Connections at New Orleans with South? ern Pacific and Texas &? Pacific railways I for All points In Texas, Mexico mid Cali? fornia. No. 402?-Arrive Portsmouth dally 7:":, a m. _ No 25? Arrive Portsmouth daily c.-ro n. in. j. w. rtnowx. jr., Pass'r Ast.. 10'' M-itn St.. Norfolk. Va MURRAY FORBES, Trav. Pass'r Apt.. Portsmouth, Va K. ST. JOHN, Vice President and Ot-nerji Manager. V K McBEE rfneial Superintendent, H, VV. K. CjbOVER, I, S. ALLEN. Traihe. M.ina^'-r. tlm'l Pass'r Agt.. Portsmouth. Va. I,-! OP. niHIMON'D, PF.TRP.Ftr.I.T.r; h ClAltEMONT, OLD POINT. NEWl'ORT NEWS AND JAMES RIVER LANDINGS DIRECT BY DAYLIGHT. Virstnla Navigation Companys Elegant ?=al.-'-n Stennicr P< 'c'a HONTAS leu---, Civdc wharf. Norfolk, evrry TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY at 7 a. ni touching at Portsmouth. Old Point ami Newport News koiiik and returning, a-. ,'. i-inV at Richmond a tout 5:30 p. ni, con nocllns with -ill evening trains. Kare to Richmond. Jl.co. To lUchmond and return, 12.60. To Richmond, second-class, $1.00. Tickets much cheaper than a:iv oth? route to Richmond. Petersburg, Wavcrly. Hlcksford and stations on Atlantic and Danville railroad and all points via Richmond. Tickets for sol' at ticket nger-ios of Walke & Son. IT. Brandt, and on hoard s* c *? in^r Ki Rht received dally (Sunday except edi foi all above nam<-d points. cu' JAMES W. M'CARRTCfC. jaio-tf Agent. Tun STEAMER 8. A. McCALL. nr. lfie Petersburg, Norfolk and James River Steamboat line. Paves (ho N y p A N. do.k every Monday. WED NESDAY and FRIDAY at C a. m. with ?' ngi rs and freight for Newport News, all James River landings and Petersburg arriv ne in Petersburg about r. p. m? giv |nK tu.- r.ichmond passengers about one hoi;' '? Petersburg before the trair. leaves arriving 1n Richmond about 6130 ?i in Fare about one-half what it |- by ! ' ;l pirat-class fare to Petersburg, $1.25. Second-class, $1.00. 10 per cent; discount foi round-trip tickets. R. it COOKE General Agent J. W. PHILLIPS, Owner. Phones, new and old, No. 199. Tim WEST NORFOLK AND PIX n'r's Point Ferry leaves th" N. Y.. P A N. Wharf daily. Sunday excepted, at 6-30 a in.. S a. in.. 9:30 a. m., lO-.'.o a. m . in., 1:30 p. m.. 2:"0 p. m., 4 p. m. and 5-J0 p m.. m?kln? tho round trip In 60 minutes Phones. ne-w and old, No. 199. j \V. PHILLIPS. Owner. Ja2' LTDE'S REGULAR link STEAM j SHIPS FOR PHILADELPHIA. ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM NOIt u FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA. I'nt.l further r.o'.;ee steamers aro ap do nt? i to Ba 1 fn m Norfolk every UO.V. DAY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY nt" 3 ?'cliek p n>.. and from Philadelphia every TUESDAY. THURSDAY ana SATURDAY. ? Through bills cf ladlri- to all polnti ?outh aa-1 Southwest v.? Seaboaid a:r Line Atlantic Coast Line, Virginia and Tt-nnessco Air Line. Southern Ra.lwny. n rfolk and farotina and Ncrfo.k and Kouthci n Railroads. JAMES W. McCARRICK, GenTll Southern A^er.t. Norfolk. Va. WILLIAM P. CLYDE ,<t <-0. Agents, l'lidadclphia. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Formal Opening or the Fainou? PRINCESS ANNE HOTELi February nr. ISM. THE MODERN STANDARD GAUGE l INJ RUNNING BETWEEN ?AND? America's \nnot v; i n nrrtPU Ofrnn ?-?motu Vlnbliilrl Dtiibtl. Resort. ?and ? currituck division", ?and? EASTERN VIRGINIA AND K ORTH CAROLINA POINTS. "HAST VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA LINE." (formerly Pettlt'a N'rth Carolina Line and Bcnncll'a Neiih Carolina L'.ne.) SCHEDULE 1N EFFECT FEBRUARY 22d. IS99. main link, leave Norfolk, va Dally except Sunday?6:45 a. n.., mixed: 9:45 ft ii:.. fast express, slops only at Kcmpsville. Lynnbaven and Occana; 12:15 p in., local express: 3:15 p. m . local ex? press; C:M p. m.. Princess Anno special local express. Sunday- 9:43 a. m., fas: express, stop-; only at Kempsvlllc. Lynnhaver, and O eana; 12.45 p. m., local express: 3:45 p. in., local e\pr<>s; C:30 p. in.. Princess Anne special, local express. LEAVE VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. Daily, except Sunday? S:I5 a. m.. local expre.is; 11:15 a. n>.. mixed; 2:20 p. ni., loci: express; 4 *.S0 p. in., local express; 10:00 u in.. Princess Anno special, through express, no stops. Sunday?10:20 a. tn.. local express: 2:20 p. m. Iccal express; 4::;o p. in., local es press; le w p. m., Princess Anne special, through express, no stops. ' CURRITUCK PI VISION. LKAVE NORFOLK. VA. Pally except Sunday?10:00 a. m.. mixed; 5:05 ji. in., mixed. LEAVE MUNDEN toint. va. Dally except Sunday?7:30 a. in., mixed; 2:00 p. nr. mix,A All steamers ether than Currituck Sound si-anu s, arrive nnrl di nnrt from pa r No. : (adjoining Clyde Line; Water street, NoitoiK Va. W. P. A8HBURN, Genl Frt. and Pass. Agent. II. 1'. HOLLAND, Superintendent, Norfolk ana Ocean View Hy. SHORT LINE BETWEEN NORFOLK AND old poin T COMFORT. Via Norfolk and Orr-.in View Ky. Co. FIFTY mini: rES. SCHEDULE TAKING EFFECT NO _ VEMUEH .itii. l-:-2 i.v. |Lv. lAr i II.v. ILv. JAr. XcrlO'n lOld i O'd : w INor folk|Vw| i t i_J t-t i prr iron. a .m a Mi A m I am a MIA M 7.uM, Lrca! dallv..| I S>:0O| k:::, ?:20 p..u Local da ly.J ?:(V. ?30 10:3010:4011:20 Local dally.. " 1' m i' .M r.m 12:00 12:20112;5t? l,oc-al dally.. Id?| Idol 1:201 Local dally.. ?r00j 8:20l .-..,.>i Lxpioss . 1:301 4:501 5:201 Local dally.. 8.00 C -ii, 6:50 Local <Ja>.y.. <-io, f.iO 8:20 Local dully.. t'-ot'| ?:20| 9:50| Local dally.. 11:00,11:2.'< P..M p..Y1 I'M ?.?e 1:251 1:50 4:35 &:00j 5:25 ii A1., ti:'M\ i' -?., 7:3a| S:W| $:2.i i;05j : :S0| 9:53 ! Connects with 4 p. nr.. C. & O. train a: Old feint. Baggaga cheeked to any rolnt on Sea hoard Air Line and lo .ill Railroad Fla? ttens and Steamboat Lines, in Norfolk and Ol I Point. Local freight leave-. Norfolk da IV. Straight fate to old Point Comfort 25 cents. Faro for Round Tup to Old Point Comfort from any pa it of Norfolk. W cents. Round Trip Tickets! on sale by r.ii sticit Car Conductors, D. A. HEOARTY. General Superintendent. SOUTHERN RY. DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES TO ALL POINTS SOUTH. SOUTHEAST, and SOUTHWEST. effective MARCH 12, 1$9?. Lv. Norfolk .' '.'.on a m s.::."> p in Ar. Raleigh .| 3.60 i> ml 2.0:1 a m Ar. Iiiirh.im .I 4:1;: p in; 3.10 a 111 Ar. Greensboro .\ 6.35 i> ml -'..ir> a 111 Ar. Salisbury ., ?.".(? |i 111 0.4" .1 in Ar. Ashtvllle .|12:I0 a ml 2:2^ i> m Ar, Hct Sp-ings .I ] :29 a in p in Ar. KnoxvUlo ., 4.15 a tu, 7.20 i> 111 Ar. Chattanooga .. ..1 7 -to a in 11:35 p in Ar. Nashville ...I t:55 p inj C:W a in Ar. Charlotte .| 0.35 p ml 7.55 a m Ar. Atlanta .I 6:10 a mi 3:55 11 111 Ar Montgomery .. ..110:31 a ml 9:20 i> in Ar. Mobile . 3:45 p m 1,3#6 a ni Ar. Nc\7 Orleans .| 1:10 ji inj 7:40 a 111 Ar P.irmlr.ghain .111:20 a n?il0:00 p m Ar Memphis .| 3:20 p m| 7:45 a m Ar. Columbia .! 1.87 a mill.25 a m Ar, Augiiata .' 8.00 n ml 2.45 p in Ar. Savannah .j 5.00 a raj 3.15 11 m Ar. Jacksonville .! 5.15 a 111; 7.40 p ni Ar. Tampa .I 6:50 p m| 7:40 a in Kor all Information apply at 1113 Ticket Ulli er, 'in 111 and Grnnby Mreen, "I'lioues 113, Baggage called for nnd checked from hotels and residences by Virginia Trans? fer Company ou orders left at ticket of FRAN K S. G ANNON. 3.1 V President and Gcn'l Mgr. J. M CULP." V\'. A. TURK, Traffic Mgr. Oen'l Pass Agt. Washington, 1?. c. W ii DOLL, Pass. Agt., Norfolk, Va. TI10 new ana poworful iron palne? ?ti imriH NEWPORT NEWS, WASH? INGTON and NORFOLK will leave daily as follows: NORTH pound. Steamers leavo Portsmouth, foot of Norf, street. 5:00 p m Leave Norfolk. Lot of Water street. 5:45 p m I., .iv Old Point Comfort. 6:45 pm Arrivo Washington..7:W a rn I n & o ii'i R n I.v. Washington .|a*:W a rnjli? 50 a in ?\- Philadelphia .|ll:0o \ mllo:.",<; a m Ar. New York at..1:20 p m 1:13 p m KOl.TM POCNI) t 1! ,t- o Pa! PP. I v New Ycrk .jdl:00 p mldl:oo p m ?,v Phlla'delphla .I 3r97 p mi 3:1? p m Ar Washington .I 6:00 p m! 6:11 p m I.v Washington .|c? !0 p m rfi .10 p m \- Old point Comfort.I 7:00 a ml " 00 a ^n Ar Norfolk,.) laTO a ml i <?<> a m Ar Portsmouth .| 5:30 a m| S 2J a in a Runs ono hour later Sundays. Ii P..ins ten in nlucs later Sundays, c Dallv. rt Daily, except Sundays. Tickets on sale at B. & O, ticket office; ft. St C offW. at W. T Walke'a and company's office on ivharf. For further tnfor ic.nion npply D. J. CALLA! t AN. Telephon? 441. Aceat. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. FOR NEW YORK.?Pas? senger ships are appointed x > s.c.i from Norfolk week? days at 6:00 p. lit.', Sundays at ? p in. Tuesday steamer carries freight only FROM NEW YORK?On Monday Tins.lay. Wednes? day. Thursday and Fri? day al a 00 p. m.. Saturday at 4:00 p. nv PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS UNSURPASSED. Fare, Including meals and stateroom berth .7 .* 5.O0 Round tr |. (limited la t!0 days).7I1S.0? l-*or tickets and reservation of state? rooms apply at ticket office, 199 Main strc.t. u-; nt general office, at wharf. FOR RICHMOND?Ships leave New? port News every Sunday evening, arrlv ; at Richmt nd the next morning, ihlps leave Old Point tor Norfolk Sun? day about to a. m. TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS Hampton Roads, J. s. Warden. Luray, Accoinack and Virginia Dare, satlh daily, except Sunday, from Company a Wharf, Norfolk FOR OLD POINT?At 6:tS and 11:16 a. m. and i:i.'. p. m.i Portsmouth C::,,) J,,:'i 10 03 a. in. and 3:05 p m.t Uay Line wharf N rt Ik. at t; 15 .itid 11 .'.0 a. m. and 4 ." p. in. FOR HAM PTON-At 11:15 a. m. and 1:15 p. in.; Portsmouth, 10:05 a. m. ?i>d 3:05 p. m ; Bay Lire, at It:;* a. in. am! 4:30 p. in FOR NEWrORT NEWS AND SMITH FIELD?At ".'?? ;>. -i.. Portsmouth. 3:15 p. in.! Pay Line. 3.'\) p. m. KOK W IRE \N1> EAST RIVERS?At 6:15 a. m.; Portsmouth, G:C0 a. in.; Bay l^itto c-.i.s .? in. FOR NORTH KIVKlt-On Monday. Wednesday and Friday at c.15 a. m.: Portsmouth, o.?o a. m.t Bay Line, ti:40 a m FOR SEVERN RIVER?On Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 8:16 a. m.: Portsmouth. ?:?0 a. in.; Hay l/no C.i.< a. m. FOR ItA("K. POQUOSIN AND YORK RIVER I LANDINGS AND CRAB NECK - On Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 6:15 a. pi.. Portsmouth, 6:30 n. m ; Bay Line, 6.45 a. m. Returning following day. FOR NANSEMOND RIVER AND SUF FOLK- At 3:00 p in.; Portsmouth. :'?:!" p. m. Conni t ng at Suffolk with Suffolk a:nl Carolina railroad. Fri Ighl for Waro. East, North, Severn. Rack, Poquosln, York and N-insomoiM river landings must bo prepaid. All schedules subject to change without Freight for Washington and Now Bern, N. C. received it and delivered from Norfolk and Southern railroad depot. Freight resolved dally except Sunday, until i 00 p, in. M. K. CROWRLL. Agent BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO. 3.A.V UllME. COM51BTCCINU MONDAY. ALG. 5. 1S93 ? Lv Portsmouth; High rttce:.13 p m ; Lv. Norfolk, Ma'n street.16:00 p m : Lv Old Point Hygola Pier.:7 m> p m Ar. Ualtlmoro. Union l\?.-k. 7:00 a ru NORTH HOUND I P. R. R. | B.ftO. l.\ Baltimore . . '"? :\ m : 7:53 a m Ar. Philadelphia .I'lOtlS .i ralllOtld n m Ar. New Toik .1*12:413 p mj 113:35 nfn SjOKTHi:Ol'Nl> 1 P. K. It I 1J. & O. Lv New York .I :i' In i> ::i| 1 el p :? Lv. Philadelphia .j ?<:?> p in tJ.o; ;> m Al 1j.uI . iill.lt n _1 'Lev) p in. it) p 111 Lv. Baltimore. Union Dock.0:30 p ra Lv Baltimore Canion . 7:io p m Lv. Old Point . CIS a m Ar. Norfolk . J :00 a m At. Portsmouth . k:?l> u. m I?Dally ero-cpt Sunday. '-Dally. Tickets sold to all points North. Ran -.r.d West and baggage checked to destl i nation. Staterooms reserved upon appli i cation in person at the company's office. Ni 77 West Main ttreel. or ou bouid stea-.uer. I-ielght wtlt net i.e received after 4 p. ni. i^' ?:? forward that oay. i".ir further Information apply to KEY COM P i UN. Cencral Agent J. W BROWN, -tr . Southern Passenger Agant CAPE \ New Yor,(' PuftnI rci Philadelphia bPi\Vi!: and Norfolk ROUIE V Railroad. QUICK TIME?LOW r.ATKS. TWO Tit A INS EACH WAY. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY, APRIL ivs. LEAVE NORFOLK. 7:45 a. m. dally, -x.-ept Sundav?fParts mouth. High Mr ct. LXl a. in ) Airive at Philadelphia 5.12 p. m.l New York lit i 33 p. m. LEAVE NORFOLK. i p. m. dally; Portsm ;i stre-r b:S0. Arrlvo at Philadelphia, 5:10 a. in ; New York, 7:-13 a. in ARRIVE AT NORFOLK ?:co a m. daily: Portsm Ulli, High street ??:10. leaving New York at 8:00 p. ni.: Philadelphia, 11:10 p. m ARRIVE AT NORFOLK. 7:50 p. tn. dally, except Sunday (Ports. mouth. High str.et. 8:00 p. m.) leaving New York at >:ih) a. ui.; Philadelphia^ io::/ t. m. ftor.e connection made with all rail ami sound lines to -.nd from Boston. Pullman Sloeping Cars on night trains between Jersey City. Philadelphia and Capo Charles I ullman Buffet ParP.r f'lrio.-idayirains between Philadelphia and (.'are Charles. Through tickets sold and baggage checked at Walke'a Agency, under At? lanta- Hotel, and on steamers. It P.. COOKS, Oeneral Pa = sen,ter ami Freight Agent. II?J 0 llUIIOUUllUiiull uu DIRECT ROUTE. FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE. For Boston?Mbndays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6:00 P. m. FOR PROVIDENCE. Every Tuesday. Thursday and Satur? day at 6:00 p. in FARES TO BOSTON AND PROVI DENCE, First-class, Including me.-.is and stateroom berth .10 Intermediate, Inchid ng meals at jnd table and saloon stateroom berth...ts.OO Steerage Including meals and bunk..37oo Perishable freight sent via Provldeit forwar.hd hy cail.v tiain to Res ton atiu at the lame rate as by direct steamers to Boston. For further Information apply to R. H. WRIGHT, Agent Norfolk; Va A D STEBBINS. Ass't Traffic lil'gr W. P. TURNER. Gen. Pass. Agent, j. C. WHITNEY. Traffic Manager. General Offices, Baltimore, Md, .if Schedule in Effect SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MARCH V IS99.?LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY, 7:40 a. m.?For r.lchmond, Washington, Lynchburg and tha West. 4:16 p. m.?VestlbUled Limited f;r Rich? mond and Washington. Stopi oniy at Suffolk, YVaverly and Petersburg. 7 25 p. in. ? For Petersburg, Lynchburg, the West and Southwest T ains arrive at Norfi :k dally ?Ui a. in It .:. a. in and it) to p. m. Tickets -nd all Information at statlos and io Oranby street. Y7. n. REV ILL. Genera". Passenger. Agent. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. C^&rfrfr Chesapeake ^outW & Ohio Ry. F2fl.?, RICHMOND. WASHINGTON. cincinnati. LOUISVILLE. CHI .CAGO. st. UiUIS ETC. ' ? -l US IN EFFECT JANUARY 10. 15?. Rlchrti I . ip&l i ?12:00 n'nl 7:40 p .'l ??' -; .i '3:40 p iu| 11:30 p WESTBOUND i No. 1 | No. 3 Lv. Portsmouth .. ..; 7:lo'a'"in"; 3.-00 p m ?V Ne.te.k. .... .... 8:10 a< ml 3:30 pm L.V. Newport News ..; 9.U a mi 4:35 p n* Ar. R.chmond ....| 11:30 a m| 6:30 p m in m Lv. Rlch'd Ma'n liner Ar filer.-ctosAlio Ar. Staunton . Ar Va. Ho: Spr ng i Ar. Clifton Forge... Ar. Cincinnati . Ar. Louitvlllu .. . . ???r. Chicago . Ar. St, Louis .. .I ? ? :?' lay. (''.her tlmo rtally-j 1 1 .... Express DAILY, (Parlor Car ?' ??? nil ..: : Pullman .Richmond to Cincinnati. Louisville nnd St. Louis. ' ? := .it <. rdonsvtllc for Orange, and principal stations on southern Rail* ? i.v north .>r Orange. . - DAILY. Pullmans Old Point to Hinten. Cinciun.nl nnd Louisville. M n ? terv .. on Dining Car* on No*. X and 3 wast cf Gcrdonvilla. ? take an t Oh id arrives at Norfolk ? 15 ?, : ?: t : . p in Arrives at Porta? III lUth 18:40 p m. and 7:50 p. m. For further Info: ?nation apply to J. R. WILLCOX, Ticket Agent, or P. W. CURD. Passenger Agent. C ami o. Ticket otilcc. Q ran by streot, Nc11oik, Va. JOHN r> POTTS, .??st. General Passenger Agent. An T AiXAnrie 8 iwAir ? 1-/0 JLj L Aixanriv 1 Line. (>ortolU .1 i:?e?Hm Rttllronil.i IN EFFECT JANUARY 15th. 1890. Daily. l.v. Norfolk .I 9:00 a in LV. Ports June.[ 9.22 a in Ar. Slllfolk, Va.llO.t'O a in Ar. Tonil N. C.(10:50 a ru a'. Ii ?.!-C...i.|r.'aM?Ul Ar. Tnrboro, N. C.....|12:3t p in ti Roi ky .Mount. N i' ,12.o0 p m Ar. Wllllamsioh, N. C Ar. Plymouth. N. C. ... Ar. Washington. N. C.. ai. Klnston, N. C. .. . No. 103. No. 43. ] D'I'y ex. Sunday. 3:20 p tu 2:43 p tu 3:17 p tu 4:15 p ua ?:35 p m U.ou p m 6:35 p m Ar. Wilson, N. C.I 2:15 p inj 7:10 p in Ar. f> Isboro, N. c_i 3:11 p ml 7.50 p m .\r Wilmington, N. C.| 5:50 i> m; 0:40 a m, Ar. Fnycttcvllle, N. C..| 4:25 p ml IrOO a in Ar. Florence, .->. C.| 7:25 p ml 3:15* m Ar. Charleston, is. C... 110:50 p m| 6:03 a m Ar. Coin rnl.il S. C.110:2?> p mill'.00 a in Ar. Augusta. Oa .I 7:55 a ml 7:55 a aa Ar. Atlanta, tit.i:j.;."? p in,12.35 p rt? Ar. Macon. Oi.|11:1S a ni|H:15 a in ..\7~S ivar.aah. G.i ., 1 ."?> a in, S:15 a in Ail Jacksonville, l''i..| 7:50 a 111,12:50 P ut N" <"> dally eonneetn with A.CL. trat a 23 lo: all uolnts South. No I03.dally,cxcept Sunday, makes closa connection at H tbgood for Washington, N C Klnston, v". C, and Plymouth. ' r and ail Eastern Carolina polnis; alto i at Rocky Mount with a. c. L train 'S lot nil points Sooth. N i, i dully, except Sunday, makes close count! ti.'ii at Ahoskie for Windsor. N t'. and statlona on W. & P. It, It. Trains arrive at Norfolk at 5:55 |. m. daily, also at 10 25 a. in., daily, except Sundaj-. No. tu runs through strlthouc ct anca Norfolk to Wilmlngtou, Baggage checked Jt Company's Norfo*** Wharf, und also at of Iii o o( paasung itf and Ticket agent 171 Mala sl.eet (opp*. site Atlantic Hotel). For tickets to ;.|| points South, sloiplirg, I ear reservations and general Informal) im i tall oa or address, J. A. NEt'OFinAUEH, Tasaenger and Tit ket agint. J \MK.S F. MAUI'lX, Gone.al l-'orwarding Agent. H M. EMERSON, Gen. Pass A tout, i? M BIS R PELL. Gen. Manager, r. 11 EMERSON. Traffic Manager. NorroiK & souinern B. B. GO ?fllPDULE in EFFECT OCT. 191 h. 1858. MAIL VND EXPRESS LEAVES NOU POLK DAILY e xcept Sunday) 10 a. m. ,-,,r ]-i .:.::i City, Edcnlon, Mackcy'a Kotier, Pantcgo. Belhaven, iuic. Connects t: Edenton w Hi N. & S. R. R. imer its follows: Dally ixcept faun day) for Plymouth. Jamesvllle, Wllllam and Windsor. TUESDAY. TH?RS n nd SATI RDAY for all landings oa cuowan river, fa MONDAY und FR1. r?AV f r Scuppern ng river, connecting at ? ,. , j, n miti steamer Virginia Dare for v i ? cvvllle Soulli t I oik. Auioi.v, Wast*, iiieton and intermediate landings. Con Mtts at Bllaabeth City with steamer V- \;' , MONDAY and WEDNES? DAY for llojnoke Island. Ocracoke. Oriental ami Now Berne, N. C. FVENINQ EXPRESS LEAVES NOR r-,H K at 1:10 P TUESDAY, TH?RS OAY and SATURDAY for Elisabeth City. ^.Ionian I '? ? '? Stations. Connects at iru. .'?, Mi City ?Uli ihe steamer Neuaa for ? . Island Newberne. Morehoad Kinn (on mil Ooldsboro. via A. As V1; i: '....l t - I.iol ?? warning. ? n ^ ,'? and ior stations oa the \\. ci W.'R. It-' _ ARRIVE AT NORFOLK. mmi i\ND EXPRESS DAILY (except = ..i?i.? si t >'? 111 aml niornlng train rM,!;"'>1 ."' 'i , HPAV. THURSDAY nnd ?\'!-i'Pd\'V connecting with all rail and , ... i ? c* Norfolk for the North. ; > I pas . g.-r stallen at foot S lLit Main :- Norfolk and West! ^n depot.^ Freight -ttttlou on Water street. _ T-icTPlTtN CAROLINA DISPATCH r-Fa'P KREiailT LINK AND OLD ?O EvviftN LINE between all points North ^.|NFaVt via Norfolk and Norfolk and . Railroad and Eastern North : V,1. received dally at 5 p. m. and '^ry^rti^u.? amdir to the .;, ,, , ? of lha N. & S. R? R. Co.. : 1 1 '"? N a II c. HUDQINS. General Freight and Passenger Agent M K. K1N<:. General Manager. VTLANT1C AND DANVILLE RAILWAY St HED?LE IN EFI ECT MAY 8th, ist?! I RAIN N ' '','??>', 1-" '? V -Norfolk from wl irl I t of Mathews street at 9 m m. ni ; ?V?sl S< rfolk. at ?:50 a. at. tor lianville and tin--rmedlate points, arrlv.nir at Dahvlllo at 5:25_p. m, TRAIN NO 3 Dally exeopt Sunday? Leaves Noi " P- r.\ West Norfolk p m., arriving at Danvillo at s.0& o'clock a, ni. r \in NO. 4 arrives at Norfolk at lo-ia a ni . daily except Sunday. ,:..',IN NO - arrives a! Norfolk at 5:io p. in., dally. ? RAIN NO 3 connects at Denniston junction With Norfolk and Western rail. : ir Durl mi and intermediate points : RAINS NOS 1 AND 3 connect at Jofl . Junction and Danvillo for all points I ... Southern Railway system. Pullman sleeps between P.invii|? and Ashevllle, v i ta. Jacksonville, Memphis a i Ni W Or! an? 1 "s Tickets on salo and basirage checked at Watko's agency and company's wharf \ .:'.;:.. ? l .u r.mmerson & Watson a. ' nts at Portsmouth. * Steamei City er Chester touches nt v '? . 1. and N. !:. ::. wharf on outgoitV? ? ? ?:????. WM. H, TAYLOR. Traffic Manager. CHAS. O. HAINES. General Man-gar.