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NEWPORT NEWS Mr. Thomas G. Leath Secures New Opera House. Work <ir IliilltllnK to Commence In Two Weeks?Hymeneal?tUroneer itobbcd?To Cnbn Alter Troops? Rnllrondlstle?Bnek to Kentucky. Newport News, V.l., March 20.?The opening of the next theatrical season will Bee Newport News with tt hand? some new playhouse, one that win be a credit to the city, and will have a stage large enough and equipped to ac? commodate the largest traveling organ? izations on tlic road. Mr. Al. Withers, of Gloucester coun? ty, lias contracted With Mr. O. H. A. Booker, manugcr of the Newport News Opera House, and Mr. Thomas G. Leath, manager of the Richmond, Nor? folk and Petersburg Academies of Music, to tint up a stone and brick theatre will will cost about $00,009; and the work must he finished by August 2S, as the opening attraction has been booked for August 29. The structure will he located ut the northeast corner of Washington avenue und Thirty-third street, Captain Dim mock, the well-known architect of Richmond, litis been engaged to prepare Hie plans for the house ami superintend its erection, and work will commence In tile next two weeks. Messrs. Honker and Leath have signed u lease <>f the house for ten years. All of the necessary papers !n tlie transaction havo been drawn up, und if only remains now for Mr. With? ers, who possesses considerable means and business enterprise, to go ahead With the work on the house. MARRIED IN NORTH CA IK ?I.INA. It is staled that Mr. Krank <\ Mess, a brother of Mayor Moss, and Miss Maude Glnzebrook, n popular young lady of Baltimore, were secretly mar i i a-rn-Brhttrbeth City. N.?C.-mi Man h 1. Miss Olaxcbrook was on a .visit to the city when she met Mr. Moss. They left for Norfolk ostensibly, but pro? ceeded to North Carolina, where the knot was lied. Mrs. Moss will rejoin her husband here in a Bhorl while. A STRANGER ROBBED. J, E. Mobson, a stranger in the city, reported to the police this inornlng the loss of $90 in cosh, which he alleges was stolen from his clothes while he was asleep in a Washington avenue board Ing-housc. A warrant was Issued ibis morning lor the proprietor of the house, who will bo itsked to tell what he knows, if anything, of the theft. Tito Culled States transport Seilg Wlck, which lias been taking coal nt pier No. ;;, will sail to-morrow for San? tiago de Cuba to bring back more troops I'i this country. It is believed that another regiment will be brought here from Santiago. RAILWA Y 1 M I 'Rl iv KM ENTS. Then? Is a strong probability that Hie Norfolk ami Ocean view Wall way Com? pany, Which now runs a steamer be? tween Old Point Comfort and Ocean View, will make an experiment of the proposed line between Newport News ami Suffolk, The Hoard of Directors of the New? port News and Did Point Railway and Electric Company met Saturday and decided definitely upon a number of Improvements already mentioned, In? cluding another power house. T A K ION Tt > K ENTUI K Y. Sidney Kellcy, who was arrested hero several days ngO for the Lexington <Ky.) authorities on the charge of felonious she lling, went back to that city yesterday morning. Kelley went with Sheriff Krank Rod gor s, who ar? rived ln.re yesterday morning. Wallie Taylor, captain and manager of the Toronto Bnseball Club, passed through the city this morning en route to Hampton to join the Washington Bnseball Club for the preliminary prac? tice season at lite Soldiers' Home grounds. capt; < iiari.i.n. NF.WS ATtOCT PEOPLE THAT ARM WELL KNOWN. Mr. William T. Townsend left to-day for the Northern cities to purchase his Spring slock of goods. Mr. L. E. BaHard, of Baltimore, is in our oily, visiting his m ice, Mrs. J. W. Carroll. Mr. A. S. Down. s. of the N. Y., V. & N. R. R., wo regret to say, has been quite ill at his home, on Taxewell ave? nue. Mr. Norman Tull. we regret to learn, has rsigucd Iiis position in Mumford's Bank, and will leave on the first of April for New York. Miss Birdie Downs, who has been quite ill for the past two weeks.,at her home, in her mother's, on Tazowell ave? nue, is at this writing greatly Improved, and her friends hope soon to see her on our streets again. Mrs. Dr. 1'. A. Pits-Hugh, of this place, who lias been suffering the past week from a severe attack of Indiges? tion and a had cold, is now much Im? proved; able to sit up and Is quite her? self again. Capt. A. H. Joyncs, of Marl ?nvllle, has been w. li represented in our various wars. He had three brothers In the Confederate army, two in the Union and two sons in the late Cuban war Cooper and Lloyd Joynes, of Marlon ville?and only lost one relative out of tho eight,and that was the eldest broth? er, Albln Joynes, who was killed in the Confederate ranks. rout MKS uii.i.t:i>. THREE FREIGHT TRAINS WRECK? ED ON N. & W. R. R. Roanoke.Vn., March 20.?Three freight trains were wrecked fifteen miles this side of Bluefleld, on the Norfolk and Western railroad Sunday morning. Fireman Van Landingham, of this city, and a brakeman, s. A. Graham, and two tramps, were killed. Several oth? ers were more or less injured. Tho three trains were coming east and running down grade, when the first In Vine stopped. The second train broke In tho middle and the engineer was running to escape a crash from the wild cars, when he ran Into the rear of the first train. The wild section of train No. 2 then crashed into the wreck and was soon followed by the third train, which, in the wild confusion, had not been flagged. t ii at pkA > irr cow in n k. ONLY TWO PETBRSURO FACTIONS ] IN Til K TRUST. In an article on 'The Peanut Com? bine," the Petersburg correspondent of ;iie Richmond Dispatch says: So Tar as is known, only two of the large peanut-cleaning factories' in this city are to be embraced In the trust now being formed for the control of tin- peanut output >>f the country, it is understood that tin.' money t>> pay for these. If the options are taken, Is on deposit in bank lu re, ami an expert rep? resentative of the trust will be herd in xt week to make the necessary detail? ed examinations before the bargain Is cl6sed. It is said that one factory will handle Spanish nuts only, and that its present capacity of 1,000 per day will be doubled. Tie- other company's estab? lishment will handle Virginia nuts only. There are several other factor! 1 h in town 'on which no options have been taken. rvU-V-yp 1 I I death has puz U 1 %\f \ \ I wise man. The L ? 3/"'Id C<.alchemists of g II ^old searched in ? x vain for some combiliatiou of d rties t h a t would prolong lite indefinite? ly. Common nense, chemis? try ami medical science have combined in t h i s age to plinw man the way to a long and healthy life. Common setts-? teaches tlint a man should not over work or over-worry; that he should take ample tin;- foi his meals, foi resting ami for recreation and sleep, that he should not neglect the little ills of life, because they aie the precursors of serious and fatal maladies. Chemistry has enabled men to make combinations of dings that were Sin possible' in the days of the alchemists. Medical science has taught when, how and why these combinations of dings should be used. Dr. Picrce's Golden Medical Dis? covery is the most valuable of all health restoring medicines, and the moat effective. Its litst work t-. upon tin- fountain head of life ?tfic Stomach. A man who has a weak and impaitcd stomach and who does not properly digest Iii- food will Itoon lind that his blood has become w< a'.; and impover? ished, and that his whole body is iinprop crly and insufficiently nourished. This medicine makes the stomach strong, facil? itates the (low of digestive juices, restores the lost appetite, makes assimilation per? fect, invigorates the liver and purifies and enriches the blood', it is the ;;ie,-.t blood maker, flesh-builder and nerve tonic. It makes men strong in body, active in mind and cool in jiidguu nt. It does not make flabby fat, but -.olid, muscular flesh, nerve force and vital en? ergy. All medicine dealers -ell it. J. W. Jordan, Ksq., ot Corbin, Whiltey Co., Ky . writes : "About two and a half years age I was taken with severe pain- in the "chest, be? gan to .spit up blood, was troubled with night sweats und was *"? -holt winded that 1 t euM hardly walk liolf.n mil. Tried I>r. Piercc's Golden Medical Discovery and have improved b.ali iu strength and weight." The medicine d< ah i who urges some substitute is thinking of the larger piotit he'll make and not of yotll best j?..od. JOHN 0. GflMftGE ESTABLISHED ?365. Sewer and Weil Pipe BRICK TILE ALL SIZES. Lime, Cements, Plaster, Bricks, Laths, Hair, Shingles, Flooring Etc WOODSIDE'S WHARF NORFOLK, VA. J. W. GAM AGE. W. A'. WALLE?, JPIE & lilLEB, Headquarter for Foreign and Doniosti; Gemen!, Lime, Piaster, BricKs, rewer and Chimney Fine, Laths, Shingles, Sec. Office and w.iiehousji 12 to 18 PLUME ST Near th* Bridge. NORFOLK, VA CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. in tho market for Lime, Port? land or American Cement Plas? ter. Hair, Chimney Pipe. PI re Drick, Lath or Shingles. S-o us heforo yon buy. We are solo agents for Acme Cement Plas? ter. New No. 113 Water street. BATCKELDER & COLLINS, Cooke, Clark ?c Co., Sash, Doors and Blinds HARDWOOD MANTELS, TILES AND GRATRS' BUILDERS' HARDWARE, PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. 84 Commercial Place and 87 Roanoke Avenue nnu When m need of BUILDING MATT RIAIj, Window and I>oor Framn, all kind! Te n Work. Itracket Work. Stain Wots in any design, also Mantels, cheap and high gr.-'Ie; all k:ii<is Moulding. Church Work, Uar Fixtures Get uncej from W. E. WIN BORNE, BERKLEY. VA. -AGENT FOR WIN BORNE & REA, ED EN" TON, N. C. a full stock of tho above mention*.} material. Storehouso near Ferry Brldgi Lcrkley. l'Qoiio No. 1.2CJ. auH-ly SPRING STIMULANTS. The doctor at tills season usually ad? vises pat ents to "keep up tho strength." and a good prescription Is the following: a fresh egg, Bome pure milk, a little sugar and a sood Rye or Bourbon Whis? key, two or three limes a day, and the gain Is apparent at once, but whatever you do have all the goods fresh and pure. Y oi wouldn't think of usins a bad- ess. and of course, you wouldn't use soil! milk, but a great many people are apt t.i use cheap whiskies,?not simply cheap In price but doctored?that Is sweetened ana full of chemicals. Get the i; Of TAYLOR Pure Itve and Bourbon, bottled by Ches? ter II. Graves ?V: Sons. Hoston. Mass. and there Is no suess \\ >rk about it. you know ilieu that you have absolutely the bi und purest whiskey made. You can. i this at the MONTICELLO BOTEL., and every Virginian knows what ihe MONTICELLO HOTEL Is?they Kivo yu Just what you ask for .iiel if you ask for i>. O. TAYLOR Whis? kies, you set tho best. L. LAN ?B ALLE, ICE CREAM PARLOR AND? WHOLESALE DIBHUFRGTUftER We ran furnish you with a netter and cheaper cream than It is possiblo to get elsewhere. Como and sampln our cream .uid set prices nnd bo convinced. CHURCH STREET, OPPOSITE HOLT. BOTH PHONES, 653. null -ood-su.tu.th-tt Ma?l me a maM A IAX TABLETS POSITIVF.LY CURB A i f, ?r*voi/Jt Dinmars? Foiling; Mriro or>, I mpolrncy,Bloop]e?*B???, MOyCMMd liy AbiiMi udo jot bor Kic???ua and Indlc ltd muraly jouns, nnd i :irr iMEt?. ptlon If Ihrir n n ahowa itumedluto Improve i ii CUKE whero all othura tali. Id K tho ptimim* AJax Tablets. Thaj q i i ofioMslds and will cure inn. W? clvn a it ritt on cuurunton tu olTuct u cur?- In etu-n cn*o ur ri'tirnd (ho money, Price 00 rant! rar paosBM, or rdx I'.irUimo-i (full troatmont) for $2.60. By mull, in plaiu wrapper. N]*oa receipt of prlco. circular free. AJAX REMEDY CO., For sale In Not folk. Vs.. by Burrow, Martin & Co. and It. F. Holmes ei Co., druggists. feo-iu.th.au-ly IRWINS EXPRESS CO.~ 218 Water St., Phone 6.Either Phone We haul anything to and from any. where In the three cities. Sneci.il facilities for hauling Safes, Boilers. Furniture nnd Pianos. Ix>i3 Idled und filling wanted-_ TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Trails mme?mvSm'icc Atlanta, New Orloans, AiiRimtu, Muron, Chattanooga, Nmshvlllo, Memphis, Florida, ^-?ns, Callforn.la.oprt 1 he eiilirn South. Tn EffecJ Peg. 11. 1899.1 No. 41. | No. 40?. I.v. Norfolk .i ?BtW a rr.' ?S:30 p m " Portsmouth S.A.L.l <i:?0 a m| S:4"> p m Ar. Suffolk ... ?? I 9:30 a ml 9:lG.p m " Lcwlstan .. .N.c.| 1:0". pm'. " Welrlnn .. .S.A.L.l Jl :rJ) a m! 11:I0 p rri " Henderson .. " I J :ro p ml 12 56 a m ?? Rnlelgh ... " I S'.n p mi (til? m " Southern Tines " | 6:.:iS p ml 4:23 a m " Wilmington .. " |.1 12 OS p m " riiarlotte .. 1*10:28 p ml TtSO a tn " Columbia e.N',td,.|!ii:r.Sa m 4:15 pm " Augusta .C.&W.C|!10:50 a ml N:R5 p m " AtVens .. ..S.A.LI ?3:45 a tr. 1:15pm Atlanta (Ce.Ttme)) 5:20 a m 2:50 p m Maeon .. C.of Gn. II :10 a m 7:20 pm Jacksonville riant ':3 p m F:-Ci a 111 Tampa .. ..Plant! S:?o a m r.:4."> p m Montsom'y W.ofA 10:31 a m fi:20 p m Mobile .. ..L.&N-I 3:50 p m 3:0ri a m New Orleans . " K:10 p m 7:40 a m Chnt'n-ocra WK-A| IWpm 1:15 am Nashville NCAStLl r,p m 7:00 am Memphis KOMX-BI 7:30 p m 4:00 a m ?Dally. SDaily, ex. Sunday. Connections at New Orleans with South? ern 1'ariflc nnd Texas & Pacific railways for all points In Texas, Mexico and Cali? fornia. _ No. 40:?Arrive Portsmouth dally 7:20 a. m. _ No 3S?Arrive Portsmouth dally 6:20 p. ni. J. W\ BltOWN. Jr., Pass'r A?t.. IM Main St., Norfolk, Va MURRAY FOKBKS, Trav. Pass'r Act., Portsmouth Va F. ST. JOHN, Vice President and General Manaser. V. 12. McBEE. General Superintendent. II. W. It. QiLOVER, L. S, ALLEN, Traffic Manaser. Gen'l Pass'r Agt., l'ortsinouth, Va. \n on rtFHMOND. PKTnrtsnuna Jp CLA kemont, old rOINT, NEWPORT NEWS AND JAM ES RIVKR LANDINGS DIRECT BY DA Y LIGHT. Virginia Navigation Company's Elesant Saloon Steamer POCAHONTAS leavs Clvde wharf, Norfolk, every TUESDAT THURSDAY and SATURDAY at 7 a. m ' touching at Portsmouth, old Point nn<i Newport News soins nnd returning, ar rlving a* Richmond about i::o p. m, con ncctlng with all evening trains. fare to Richmond, $1.50. To Bichmond and return, $2.no. To Richmond, second-class. J1.00. Tickets mu<-h cheaper than any other route to Richmond. Petersburg. Waverly lltrk = ford and stations on Atlantic and Danville railroad and all points via Richmond. Ts tcts for sa'n at ticket nrren^ies of Walko & Son. H. Brandt, and on board steamer. Ft itght received dally (Sunday except? ed) for all above named points. JAMES W. M'CARRTCK. JalO-tf Asent. THE STEAMER S. A. McCALL. OF the Petersburg, Norfolk nnd James River Bteamboat line, leaves the N Y 1- & N. dock every MONDAY, WED? NESDAY and FRI DAY at ? n m., with pas.rer.sers and frcisht for Newport New -ill James River landinss nnd f'cteribure" arriv ns In Petersburg about 5 p. in., gl\-l jhg tha Richmond passengers about one hou' ln Petersburg bet?re the train leaves, arriving in Richmond about 6:JO p in. Fare about one-half what it Is by rail. First-class fare to Petersburg, $1.25. md-cluss, $1.00. 10 per cent, discount for round-trip tickets, r.. B, COOKE General Agent. J. W. PHILLIPS. Owner, l'h inCS new and old. No. 199. THE WEST NORFOLK AND PIN ner's Point Ferry le.-tvrs^thc N, v. !? .1 N wharf daily. Sunday ex.'-pted, at J-30 a. m.. S a. in.. t>:30 a. m., 10:30 a. m . ? ? m ltM P- 2:30 D- m-. 4 p. m nr.d 5-S0 ii m.. making tho roind trit) In Co minutes. Phones, new and old. No 10S. j \v. PHILLIPS. Owner. Ja2S IVYDE'S REGULAR LINE STEAM. SHIPS FOR PHILADELPHIA. ONLY DIRECT LINK FROM NOR. FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA. Until farther notice .?teamers aro ap , > med to sail fr/rn Norfolk every MON. DAY WEDNESDAY and SATURDA1 ?.1" it o'clock I> ni.. and from Philadelphia ?ri TUESDAY, THURSDAY aVd SATURDAY. Throush bills of ladlrtr to all points South and Southwest Vis Seaboard Air Line Atlant:: Coast Line. Virginia nnd Tennessee Air Line. Southern Ra Iw.it, Norfolk and Carolina and Norfolk and Southern Railroads. JAM KS W. M.-CARIHCK. Oeneril Southern Asent. Norfolk. Va. WILLIAM 1' CLYDE A CO . iivnera.! Agents, Philadelphia. .NORFQ IK VI R GIN (A B E A C H & S O UTH E RH R Formal Opening or tho FamOU? PRINCESS ANNE HOTEL February ispo. TH2 MODERN STANDARD GAUGE UNu RUNNING BETWEEN NORFOIvK, ?AND? J-r.r VIRGINIA BEACH. ?nnd? CURR1TUCK PI VISION, ?and? EASTERN VIRGINIA AND N ORTH CAROLINA POINTS. "EAST VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA LINE/' (formerly Pcttlt'a N. rlh Carolina Lino and Bennett's North Carolina Line.) 8CHEDULE IN BF PECT FEBRUARY 22d, ( MAIN LINE. LEAVE NORFOLK, VA Dally except Sunday?6:45 a. n:., mixed. 9:15 a m., last express, slops only at Kcmpsvlllc. Lynnhaven and Gceana; 12:45 p. m.. local express; 3:15 p. m.. local ex? press; 6:30 p. m., Princess Anne special local < xpreas. Sunday?9:45 a. m. fast express, stops only at Kempavllle. Lynnhaven nnd Oceana: 12:45 p. m.. local express; 3:45 p. m., local express; 6;3o p. m.. Princess Anno special, local express. LEAVE VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. Daily, except Sunday?S:ir> a. in., local exprcas; 11:15 a. m.. mixed; ^::o p. m., loeil express; -1:30 p. m.. local express; lo 00 p. m.. Princess Anno special, through express, no slops. Sunday?10:20 a nr.., local express: ::20 p. m., local express; 4:30 p. m., local ox press; io:oo p. m.. Princess Aniio special, thioiigh fxpi'rs;, no slops. CURRITL'CK DIVISION. LEAVE NORFOLK. VA. Pally except Sunday?10:09 a. in., mixed; 5:05 p. ni., mixed. LEAVE MUNDEN TOI NT. VA. Dally ex-opt Sunday?7 20 a. m.. mixed. 2:00 p. in., mixed. All steamers other than Currltuck Sound steames, arrive and depart from pier No. 1 (adjoining Clyde Line) Water street, Noifolk. Va. -w. p. ash urn n . Gen'l Frl ami Pass. A Rent. I!. P. HOLLAND, Sup- rhitcndcnt. Norfolk am Ocean View Hj. BHUP.T LINK BETWEEN NOKFOLK AND pLD POINT COMFORT. Vis. Norfolk and Ocean \'lct? Ry. Co. FIFTY MINUTES SCHEDfLK TAKING EFFECT SO VEMUER I4th. ist'S I.v. |Lv. iAr i - ]Lv. ll.v. JAr NoriO'n lOld j old W lNor folklV'wl P't I Pi Pr P'r [folk A MI A.M| A.M| I A. M. A M A M 1:30 ?...o; s.201 Local daiiv.., s.uo b.::> !-:00| i.-Mi 9.50! Local da:ly..| ?:0-- .f-:30 B:5S 10:30 10.50 11:20 Local dally..' P.M P.M 11 .. j 1^.>>' 12 20 12 50 Ixical dally.. 130 1.50| 2:20 Local dally.. !3:00i 3.20; 3;i5| Express . 4:30| 4:501 5 201 Local dally.. t "0, t;.-;u f,::.n )..? al daCv. 7:30( 7.50 Local da.lv.. i:00| i:20i S:5U| Local dally.. 11:00,11.25 P.MIP.MlI' M 12:05(12:90112:55 12 on ?: "?> 3.0o; Id&l 2:50 4:351 5:C0 b :i\ 6:05, C;S0| G.;>a 7:35 s-.ooi ?:2:> S.05, 9:-0| S..55 I .' Connects with l p. ra. C. Cl O. train ut Old Point. Baggage checked io any point on Sea? board Air Line nnd to nil Railroad Sta? tions nnd Steamboat Lines In Niilulk and Old Point. Local frctirht leaves Norfolk da2ly. Straight fare to Old Point Comfort V5 rents. Fare for Hound Trip to Old Point Comfort from any part of Norfolk. .M) cents. Round Trip Tickets on salo by all Street Car Conductors. D. A. II EG ART V. General Superintendent. .SOUTHERN RY. DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES TO ALL POINTS SOUTH, SOUTHEAST, and SOUTHWEST. EFFECTIVE MARCH 12, 1S99. i.v. Norfolk .i 9.00 a in: s.:;."" p m Ar. Raleigh .I 2.60 p ml 2.09 a m Ar. Durham .\ 4:43 p in] xio u m Ar. Greensboro .I fi.35 p ni| 5.15 .a m Ar. .Salisbury .? 7.50 p m| 0.40 a m Ar. Ashtvllle .112:10 a m| 2:25 p m Al. Hol Springs .I 1:29 a m| 3 57 p in Ar. Knoxvllle .i 4.10 a m| 7.20 p m Ar. Chattanooga .. ..I 7:10 a m|ll:35 p in Ar. Nashville .I 6:55 p nt| 6.10 a rn Ar. Charlotte .j 9."5 p m; 7.",.". a m Ar. Atlanta .I 5:10 n mi 3:55 p in Ar. M.-nigomery .. ..|l0;31 a ml 9:20 p in Ar. Mobile .I S:45 p ml 3:05 a rn Ar. New Orleans .| 8.10 p mj 7:10 a m Ar l'ii m!n;;liam .ill :20 a m 10 'JO p in Ar Memphis .| >:20 p ro| 7:45 a m Ar Columbia .| 1.37 a mill.25 a m Ar. Augusta .; S.t-0 a in 2.1." p m Ar. Savannah .I 5.00 a m 3.15 i> m Ar. Jacksonville .| 5.15 a m| 7.10 j> m Ar. Tampa .i 6:50 p mj 7:40 a m For all information apply at Cltjr Ticltei uilice, Jinin nnd Grnnby Sirrin, 'PkouM 113. Baggage called for nnd checked from hotels snd residences by Virginia Trans? fer Company on orders left at ticket vt FRANK S. GANNON. n l v President and Gen'l Mcr. .1 M CULP." W. A. TURK, Traffic Mirr. Qen'l Pass Agt Washington, l>. C. w. if. DOLL, Pass. Agt., Norfolk. Vn, ?" Tho new nf.o: poworful Iron ratnee ?fainers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH? INGTON nnd NORFOLK will leavo daily as follows: _ NORTH bound. RtenmTi leave Portsmouth, foot of Norn street. 6:00 p m Leave Norfolk, foot of Water street.E:<3 p rn Leave Old Point Comfort. C:45 p in Arrive Washington.7:00 a m I B & O. |Pn. R R. I.r Washtre'on .|?R:00 a mlb7:S0 a m Ar. Philadelphia .|11:00 a tn!l0:M a m Ar. New York at.1:30 pm 1:13 p:n SOl'TTI HOUND. I I!. It O. |Pa. R R I.v New York .jdl 00 p m'dl eo p m Lv Philadelphia . 3.07 p m' 3:18 p rn \r Washington .I 6 00 p m| 0:tS p m Lv. Washington .;c?:39 p m;r6:30 p m Ar Old Point Comfort.I 7:00 a mj 7:00 a m Ar. Norfolk.I 8:00 a m x:0O a m Ar Portsmouth .| 8:30 a. ml 8:30 a m * Runs ono hour Jater Sundays, b Runs ten m'.ntucs laur Sundays. c Pailv. d Dally, except Rundays. Tickets on sals it ?l & O. ticket office: N. & C. offi-e. at W. T. Walkc's and company's oftico on wharf. For further Information apply D. J. CALLAJI an. Telephone Hi. * ' AgeaU TRAVELERS' GUIDE. FOK NEW YORK.?Pas? senger ships are appoint'd to s.iil from Norfolk week u lys at 6:09 p. in.. Sundays at 5 p. in. Tuesday > steamer carries freight only FROM NEW YOltK-On Monday Tuesday, Wcdn.-s day. Thursday and Fri? day at 3:00 p. m.. Saturday a: 4:'>> p. in. PASSENG EH ACCOMMODATIONS UNSURPASSED. Fare, Including m-al< and stateroom berth .; .i.t 8.00 Hound tr.p (limited to JO d.iy>).113.00 For tickets and reservation of stater rooms apply at ticket office, 199 Main street, or ui general otllce, at wharf. FOR RICHMOND?Ships leave Now port News every Sunday evening, arrive Ins at Richmond the next morning. Ships leave Old Point lor Norfolk Sun? day about lu n. m. TIME SCHEDULE OF ST HA Ml. US Hampton Roads, J. S. Warden, Lurny, Accomack and Virginia Dare. ?a ling dally, except Sunday, from Company's Wharf, Norfolk FOR OLD POINT?At 6:15 and 1P.15 a. ni. and ?? :.-. p. m.j Portsmouth. 6:30 and 10:05a. m. and 3:^5 p m.i Bay Lino wharf. Norfolk, at C.45 and 11:30 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. FOR HAMPTON-?At 11:15 a. m. and 4:15 p. in.; Portsmouth. 10:05 a. m. snd 3:05 p. m.J Hay Line, at 11:30 a. m. und 4.30 p. m FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH FIELD?At : > p. m.t Portsmouth, 2:45 m.i Hay Line, 3:>X> p. m. FOR WARK AND EAST RIVERS?At 6:15 a. m.J I'ortsmouth. C.30 a. m.i Hay Line it:45 h tn. FOR NORTH RIVER?On Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 6:15 n. m.: Portsmouth, 6:30 a. m.; Hay Line, C:4i a. t FOR BEVERN RIVER?On Tuesday. Thursday ami Saturday at 6:15 a in.: Portsmouth; C.?0 a. in.; Hay Lino 0.45 . m. FOR BACK. POQUOS1N AND yohk RIVER LANDINGS AND CRAB NECK '?n Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 6.15 a. m.i Portsmouth. 6:30 a. m.t Bay Line, c.45 a. m. Returning following day. FOR NAN8EMOND RIVER AND SUF FOLK?At p m.i Portsmouth. 3:10 p. m. Connecting at Bultolk with Suffolk and Carolina railroad. Freight fer Wttro. Fast. North. Severn. Hack, l'oriuosln. York and Nanscmond liver landings must bo prepaid. All schedules subject to change without notice. Freight for Washington and New Hera. C, !ccelvcd .it and delivered from ? of ,;|, aiid~Sroitln.nl i.rdrcad depot. Freight received dally, except Sunday, until 5:00 p. m. M. B. CROWBLL, Ar.ent BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO. rdAV t_I [NJ Fi. COM M EKCINQ MONDAY. At. O. t, 1393. Lv Portsmouth". High street.15:33 p in Lv. Norfolk, Main street..16.00 p m Lv Old Point Hygcla Tier.!;:0U p ra Ar. Uiiitimore. Union L>o. k. LOO u m NoYlTHHOl'ND | P H H |H ii O. Lv Baltimore .I 7 .45 v. m ! 7:55 a in Ar. Philadelphia .*10::5 a m !t0:!S ii in Ar. New Y'oik .|*12tl3 p m| 117:35 n'n SOUTHBOUND I P lt. H j U~&0. Lv New York .| 12:10 p m| 1 00 p m Lv. Philadelphia . M .41 p ml t3:07 p m Ai Ball.. Canton ... I '.'i "0 p m; 15:i0 p in Lv. Baltimore, Union Dock.o r.o p m Lv. Baltimore. Canton . 7:10 p m Lv Old 1'iliiff . 6:1a a m Ar. Norfolk . loo a m Ar. Portfinooth . k:3J a ru I?Dally er..-ept Sunday. ??Daily. Tickets sold lo all points North. East and West and ImK^aKP checked to desti? nation. Staterooms reserved upon appil. cation tn person nt the company's office, No. 77 West Main ttrcct. or on board steamer. Freight will not be reeeivcd after I p. m. to ko forward that day. For luriher information apply to KEY COMPTON, General Agent, .f. W. BROWN, Jr.. Southern Passenger Ag?nt. CRPE \ New Yo,k? ROUTE \ Railroad. QUICK TIME?LOW RATES. TWO TRAINS EACH WAY. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY, APRIL S3 1*38. LEAVE NORFOLK. 7:45 a. m. dally, except Sunday?(Ports? mouth High street, 7::io a. in ) Arrive at Philadelphia 5:42 p. m.i New York ut k t!S p. m. LEAVE NORFOLK. 6:00 p. m. daily; Portsmouth, lliph street. b:30. Arriv? at Philadelphia, _f. 10 n. in : New York. 7:43 u. in. All 1UVE AT NU HI'1 u.k. 9:00 a. m. dally; Portsmouth, High street !>:10. leaving New York at S.uo p m.: Philadelphia 11:10 p. m. ARRIVE AT NORFOLK. 7;50 p. m. dally, except Sunday (Ports? mouth, High street. !>:00 p. m.) leaving New York at S:00 a. In.; Philadelphia. 10 t20 a. m, cio-e connection mndo with all rail and sound lines to and from Boston. Pullman Bleeping Curs on nlghl trains between Jersey City, Philadelphia and Cape Charles Pullman ButTet Pari r Ciriondty trains betw.eu Philadelphia and Cape Charles. Through tickets sold and baggage cheeked at Waike's Agency, under At? lantic Hotel, and on steamers. R. H. COOKE, General Passenger and Freight Agent, DIRECT ROUTE . FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE. For B?ston?Mondays, Wednesdays ami Fridays at 6:00 p. m, FOR PROVIDENCE. Every Toe;day, Thursday and Satur day at o-.oo p. in. FARES TO BOSTON AND PROVI? DENCE. First-class. Including meals and stateroom berth .$9,00 Intermediate. Including meals at 2nd table and saloon stateroom berthry> Bteerage including meals and bunk, <,'?? Perishable freight sent via Providence forwarded by early train to Boston and at the same, rate as by direct steamers to Boston. For further Information nppiv to r. ii. WRIGHT, Agent Norfolk, Va. A. D BTHBBIN8, Ass't Train M'gr. W. P. TURNER. C. n Pass. Agent. J. C. WHITNEY, Traffic Manager. General Offices, Baltimore, Md. SCHKDFI.E IN EFFECT M A ltd I 1899.?LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY. 7:40 a. m.?For Richmond, Washington, Lynchburg and the West. 4:25 p. m.?Vesttbulcd Limited f r !'.: a mond and Washlngtoi i>:opi only at Suffolk. Waverly and Petersburg 7.20 p. m. ? For Petersburg, Lynchburg, tho West and Southwest. Trains arrive at Norfolk daily :? j. a. m., U :'5 a. in, and 10 40 p. m. Tickets -nd all Information at st.itloo and 10 Qronby street. W B. BEV1LL. General l'a;:.:.;.-: Agaat, TRAVELERS' 6UJDE. ^oui^ & Ohio Ry. FOR RICHMOND. WASHINGTON. CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE. CHI? CAGO. ST. I.DCIS ETC. Si ill ED'J l.K IN I: F F EOT' J AN UARY 10, ISO. v\ ; ; a* h;nd | n0. i | n0. 3 I.v. Portsmouth .. I.v. Nojfoik .... .. l v Newport News Ar. r chmond . 7:10 a m| 3:00 p m S:10 jl mi 3:30 o rn 9:15 a m 4:35 p m 11...0 a m| 0:50 p m V ? !: ... - ? ...uo nil! 7:40 p m >! " sshtngton . :40 p mi 11:30 p ra IM 2:15 p"m"j"lO:3? p m A.-. Charlottcsvliio Ar. Staunton . Ar V i. Hot Springs Ar. c!ir:on Forge".. Ar. Cincinnati . Ar. Loa, ,\ llle . . 5:30 m| 7:15 a m 5:44 i> mj 2:13 a m 7.on p mj 4:22 p m 5U p ni| 7:25 a in S:07 p ml 6:2S p ra 7:55 .i inj 5:15 p m !'. v i in S:0Q p ra St 1 Iis.i c.5i v "i| 7:30 a ra ?'? Sunday, o-hcr lltno dally ?> ? ? Day Express DAILY. (Parlor Car anil Pullman Richmond to ' ' ' itl, Loulsvllla and .St. Louts. Gordonsvllle lor Orange : Principal stat on? on Southern Rail? way :ioi :!i ?i Orange Nc s.?daily, Pullmans old Point to mc.ton ein liinatl ami Louisville. Hen Dining cars on N'oa. I and o west of G.-rdonville. ' . ipeake and Ohio a: rives at Norfolk 12.16 p in and 7:05 p m. Arrlvto at Porta? mento 12:40 p m. and 7:30 p. rn. Vor tu thei Information apply to ? R vmllcox, Ticket Agent, or 1 Vf. curd. Passenger Agent. O is.;...-: otiioe. Qracby street, n< :V.l. ~ JOHN n. POTTS, Asst General l'assenger Agent. A. C. I ATLANTIC ,.<fo ItlXB. IXorfnl* .ft carotin* Railroad.) IN EFFECT JANUARY l?lh. 1S99 1 . No. 10X fatattons. | No. 49. ID Ty ex. Daily. Sunday. 2:20 p na Lv Norfulk .| 9:00 a. m, -, , ... Lv. Porta June.I ?.22 a m 2:43 p ra Ar, Si ITolk. Vj.jlo.oo a m 3:17 p ra Ai Tunis, n. C.ilo:iO a. m " Ar. llj?gur-?. N. C.|12:00 m Ar. Taruoro, N. c_112:21 p na Ar. Rocky Mount. N C 112.50 p in 4:16 p u 6:35 p ra t>:00 p in 6:35 p Ol Ar. Wllltamslon, N. C |.| 6:55 p n? Ar. Plymouth. N. C.i 7:40 p in Ar. Washington. N. C., ).i 7:20 pm Ai Elusion. N. C.(..'.| 7.55 p tu Ar. \. Ilson. n. C.| 2:15 p m| 7:10 p in Ar. G Jaboro, N. C_I 3:21 p m Ai \\ llmlngton, N. C.| ?.jo p m 7:50 p tu 9:40 a in Ar. Fayettcvllle, N. C..| 4:2.. p m| 1:06 a tn Ar. Florence, S C.i 7:25 p ml 3:15am .\: Charleston, S. C... 110:50 p m| 6:08 a m a : i olumbta, s. C.|10:20 i> mlU:O0 a m At Augusta. Ga .I 7:55 a ml 7:55a m a : Atlanta, Ga. .|12:3? p ml 12:36 pm Ar. Uacon. G?...|U:15 a n?|U:li a m A: Savannah Ga.1 1 0 n mj S:16 a m la i. ., 30 a 111,12:50 p rn No 19 dally eonnerti with A.C.L. tral? 23 fo: all oolntS South. N o. 1' l.dally.cx :cpt Sunday, makes close connection at Hobgood for Wasulngun. N C., Kims-.?. N C. and l'lymnuth, I>. C? end ell Eastern Carolina points; al ?<j st R . ky Mount with A. C. L. tialn .*i toe all points South. No. . i. dally, except Sunday, makes closu connection at Ahoskle tor Windsor, n C, and stationa on VV. .v. P. R. It. Trains arrive at Norfolk at 5:55 l . m. dally, also at 10:25 a. in., daily, except Sundty. No. 1.? runs through, without cUur, Norfolk to \\ ilininglou. ;?j,;i;.ii;ii checked at Compnny'a Norfolk wharf, and also at oftlco of paaanrufia and Ticket agent 171 Mnlu sl.ect t'ippa. Sit? Atlantic Motel). For tickets to all points Boutn, aloiputg car reservations and general infortnatl'ia 1 call cu or address, J. A. NEU GEB AUER, Passenger and Ticket as tat. JAMES F. MAUPTN. General Forwarding Afint, II. M. EMERSON, don. Pass Agent, G St. BERPELL, Gen. Manager. T. M EMERSON. Traf tic Manager. KoifoiR & Souitiern B. R. GO SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 19th, 1898. MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR? FOLK DAILY U'XCept Sunday) 10 a. m. for Elizabeth City. Edenton, Mackcy'a l\r\ Uoper, Pjnlego. Helhaven, Et<J. Connects at ISdcnton w th N. s. R. R. steamer a:- followa: Daily (xcept Sun davi for Plymouth, Jamesvllle, William? son and Windsor. TUESDAY, TH?RS DAY and SAT U K DA Y lor all landings on Chowan river. Oh MONDAY and FRI DAY for Seuppernong river, connecting at Belli ??''> with steamer Virginia Dare for M ivkleyvllle. South Creek, Aurora, Wash lnctoil and intermediate landings. Con niii? nt Elisabeth City with steamer New Deine MONDAY and WEDNES j. x Y i i Roanoke island. Oeracoke, Oriental and Now Lerne. N. C. EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR FOI K nt 4:10 p. m. TUESDAY. TH?RS DAY and SATURDAY fcr Elizabeth City,' Fdenlan and way stations. Connects at Elisabeth city With the steamer Neuso for Roanoko Island, Newberne, .Moiehead riiv Klnfsion and Goldsboro, via A. ?s N R It and for Jacksonville. Wdming ton N C and to: .stations on tho W. & W.'R. R- _ ARRIVE AT NORFOLK. MAIL and EXPRESS DAILY (except n.Yn iv) at J- l'- ? ana morning train ; ; Tuesday. Thursday and Sa-rtTRDAY connecting wi'-h all rail and at Norfolk for tho North. ,?1 west. Passenger staUon at foot of E ist Main street. N-.rfoik and West ''ir.op.it. Freight station cti Water e-vCiTERN CAROLINA DISPATCU ,.V-- ' REIOHT LINE AND OLD D? viivtON LINE between all points North i l??Bt via Nortolk and Norfolk and :,; Railroad and Eastern North Ifchi received daily at 5 p. m, andf r0 ? i: led promptly a: low rate. ? ,. further inform ill n apply to the Goneral ofdeo of the N S. R. R. Co., Norfolk. Va. If c nvpolNg> .?e-ieral Freight u I Passenger Agent. M K kin' 1 Manager. ATLANTIC AND DANVILLE RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 8th. UsV TRAIN NO 1 leaves Norfolk from wharl I i t of Mathews street at t:2o a m : West Norfo.*. nt 9:a0 a. ra. f0: Danville and Intermediate points, urrlvin^ at Danville *t 6,25 p. in. * CHAIN NO 3- Dally except Sunday-. Leaves Norfolk 8:40 p m West Norfolk 7:lC p. m., trrlving at Danville at 5.09 o'clock a. :n. train NO < arrives at Norfolk at 10-10 a m . dailv except bunday, TRAIN no. 2 arrives at Norfolk at 5-io p. in., daily TRAIN NO. 3 connects at Dennlaton ? in with Norf . and W es tern rail ? ? Durham ar..i ::c-.-mcdiate point* 1 rains Nt's 1 and 3 connect it Jefl an l 1 Hie for all poiuts on ti-.e Southern Railway system. Pullman sleeps between Danville and Ashevlllt, Atlanta, Jacksonville. Memnhu at 1 S-< tv Orl ' ni * " I i on salo and lvi~ra?e cbeck-d at W dke j agency a::<i company's wharf Nortolk, and at Emmerson & Watson r.u-i'.ts .u Portsmouth, * Steamer City of Chester touches at N "-. I -'-d N. R. n. wharf on outgoing WM. II. TAYLOR. ohas. o. HAINES. GiMl&ffiS?