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(Vir- Bryan and Others Write a . Book, Tlie Spanish-American war has ln vi lyetl the people of the United states In the discussion, t>t a question entire? ly new to the present genrntlou, a <iucs tlon oi such va>vt importance that Its lihal settlement will form an epoch in the history of the nation. The treaty oi' peace, now concluded, provides for the rellhqulshment by Spain of sover? eignty over Cuba anil also for the ces? sion of Portu llico ami the Philippine Islands to the United States. The President has assured the peo? ple of Cuba that the only purpose of our government is to establish a sta? ble ami Independent government upon the Island. The recognition or the light of the people lo independence relegates the Cuban Question to a. mat? ter or detail. The people of Porto ttico seem to desire annexation to the United States, and since that island is a part of tlie western hemisphere and of great strategic advantage to this nation, there is practically no opposition to the Incorporation of Porto Hlco within the Union. ; Tite Philippine question, however, is still an unsettled one. While the treaty has been ratified, yet the vote was very close, and favorable action could not In- secured until an understanding was reached that, ratification would not de? termine the future status of the Fili? pinos. The Hacoil resolution, reading as fol? lows: ? Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Slates of America, in Congress assembled, That by tlie ratification of the treaty of pouce with Spain, it Is not intended to Incorporate the Inhabitants of the Philippine Islands into citr/.enship of the United Slates, nor is it Intended to permanently annex said Islands as an Integral part of the territory of the United states; but It is the intention of Hie United States to establish on said islands a government suitable to tin wants and conditions or tile inhabitants of said islands to prepare them for lo? cal self-govt rntnent, and in due time in malte such disposition of said islands as v. ill liest promote the Interests of citi ?/.. n.-- or the United States and tin- In? habitants of said Islands," was only de tcated by the \ote of the Vlec-Presi? dent. The McKnery resolution, reading as follows: "Resolved, further. Thai the United States hereby disclaims any disposition or Intention to exercise permanent sov (relgnty, jurisdiction or control over said Islands ami assert, their determi? nation, when a .'-table ami independent government shall have! been erected therein, entitled in the judgment or the government of the United States to recognition as such, to transfer to said government upon terms which shall be reasonable and just, all rights se? in.-:! muter Hid cession by Spain, and to lit. reupon leave the government and f. iRrol of the islands to their people." was adopted, being supported by near? ly all lh ' Senators who opposed the Ra? ton resolution. Tiie latter res lllltlon expressly leaves for future determination the policy of the United States respecting the Is? lands. President McKinley, In his Bos? ton spei h. emphasised the declaration that the Phllll pirn' problem Is now In the hands of the American people for s..luli.11.. Republic or empire, which shall It be? A republic, dedicated to the doc? trine thai all men are created equal, and thai governments derive their just p rs from the consent of the govern? ed, or an empire, in Which alien races lire in night into subjection by force tlhd governed without representation'.' In order to place before the public tit.- la-si arguments thus far produced .?. tip. : the adaption of a colonial pol? icy, tiie Independence Company lias .1 and presents the views nf the most eminent men of the nation repre? senting ?ill parlies. M< SKI'S, llrynn, Stevenson. Daniel, v. ... ? t ?.. .-peak from the standpoint i.i Domocral . and ex-Secretary Car I' i. froh) thd standpoint of gold De moera y. Mi sra. lloar, lOdmunds, Ma ? * it lid .lohllHoh look at the subject from the standpoint of Republicans, rind Toilet' ..nd Tow'he represent the It. publican \ .Messrs. Allen. Weaver, Ruth r and Turner express the !' pltllsl I'' Mr. Carnegie presents the sf.b.l ? ?; from the standpoint of I he l i e ?. ifti] business man. and air. ftp m pet i rellecta the views-of the army of wage earners. Messrs. Schurz nnu Ad ins (peak as publicists, Prof, .lor 0 i as an educator, while Rev. Henry Van I ;.!?:.- applies to the problem the lest of Christianity. The verses of Tay? lor and Schadwell clothe in poetical language the sentiments which the ethers express in prase. i: w.lll be seen thai the material has 1 . gathered from every section ot ? e country, from Massachusetts to California, from Minnesota to Texas. .' :: appendix has been added, contain? ing the protocol, the treaty and such Interesting State correspondence rela? tive to the Philippine question. Resides the likenesses of ihe men ivh isc opinions have been presented, the re.der will also find an Interesting collection of Philippine views, etc. THE SUM OP DIF?t, Nothing to do bill work. Nothing lo cat but food: Nothing in wear but clothed TO ke p on.- rroni going nude. tithing I" breathe hut nir; - ' Qllhtll as a Hush 'tis gone; : | |Nowhere to fall but ofr. . ; ?- * Nowhi re t.i stand but on. i v Sothitig t i comb but hair: INowhere lo sleep but in a bed; Nothing lo ween but tears.. Nothing to bury but dead. iNothing losing but songs? ? 1 - Ah, well, nl it : alack! '?.T?l' ?"? h re :<? go bttl out, St i iv Iii c une but back. |Noihinn In nee. hut sights-. Nothing lo (jttonch but thirst; ? ?'.hing in h.r.e but what we've got! Tiu;s thro' life wo are cursed. [^fothiiig to strike but a gait: "".\ ?ry thing liuiycs that goes: ithhif; at all but common sense esi r withstand these woes. ?Ben Ring. rye* ICxumiitcil I'ree. fir. A. Week, manager of the optical pai tmcnt of the Gale Jewelry Corn ay. wll examine your eyes free. De. :tive vision und ebmpHcatetl cases eclally invited ta call. IAll in sight of monument. "Nowe=t Discovery," extracts teeth painlessly. N. Y. Dental Rooms. Knnes only 3"i Main street, corner Talbot. The Wonderful Doctor Slocum System of Treatment is Demonstrating Every Day to the Entire Civil? ized World, that Consumption is Curable. By Special and Particular Arrangement, Four Free Prep , arations, Embracing the Complete Slocum System, May be Obtained by Every Reader of This Paper. Consumption is curable. The disco very lias been tnndc, perfected, triumphantly tested and given tu the world by t!i? eminent Aniarican medical expert-; specialist? Dr. T. A.. Slocum. The Slocum System is s thorough, com? plete and comprehensive Svsteni of Treat- J ment consisting of Four distinct Prepare-1 Hons, Combined, they represent the actual j annihilator of Consumption, coughs, colds. ; asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, weakened and I run-down systems, anemic conditions, laryn- i gitia, grippe, anil its serious after-effects. Plrst?The Slocum System kills and drives outof the human system every deal h-dealing i irerm, thereby rendering it susceptible to re? sponsive treatment. I I toning, strength-restoring food, which re | stores the disease-wasted ti=-?ues and brines - tho thront nndlungs into active, healthy use. Third?Tt stop* at once all rntnrrlinl and ' mm o?s discharges and kills the cough. Fourth? it provides a true tnitieiiiHucnce. which invigorates nnd stimulates, vitalizes all weak spots, and brings the entire system hack to a healthy normal condition. Host of all. tin- srloriou!) discovery i-- vnun for the asking. Hy ii siiecial arrangement made with the Doctor, readersol this paper , mayobtain the Four ['reparations making up the complete .Slocum System, as illustratec above, hy sending their complete names, nostufllce and express ndaresses to the Slocum Laboratories. ti6 ami 1)3 I'ine Street, N. ?v York, "nein!; sure to mention this paper. Editorial Advice. Write to the Doctor to? day, n^k his advice, and he will give y.ui the benefit ?f his years of experience. Don't de> I lay. but send your full name, postofltcc and ; express address to Dr.T. A.Slocum. 08 I'ine Street. New York, K-. Y.. add be sure to say that you rcadthis generous otTerin this paper. ALL IN SIGHT, NORTHEAST OF MONUMENT, Over Jordan's Gtfe, 321 Coiner Alain and Taltool streets. Tti^ M:s! Expensive Gourss ThrouQiitue 1 I taken by those who continually i v tlie. i leanest of everything, ii isn't the rule tiiat the highest prices must i>,. 1? ii>i to gel tin- best dental work?hut the km.! you should buy naturally c ?'- a Utile I more than tln> kind you don't want at any orlee?and will rortalnl: worth many times the difference. I ; ex? amine your teeth?tell you what they re? quire?and what our charges will be for Hi.- work, it will not cost anything t" advise with us about It?and y u can go where yon think bis: tor the work?but Intelligently. "Nev/ssl Discovery*' Fainicss Extraction, Njw York Dental Rooms Only J. D. ENNES, Dentist. ElRYTHING NEW l? SPR1H8 LIKE,! _._ ? i ? Exactly.what you need* and what you want for your; home: Mattings, Window Cu tains and Shade, Endless Variety, Bedroom Suits, Sideboards, Refrigerator-;, Gasoline Stoves and Range?, GO-CARTS FROM $2.50 UPWARD:;, Bauij Garriatjes, tlie Lanjest Assortment In. tlis Gity. Now do noi stay away from my store if you have or have not a bank Recount or a row of brick houses, our prices, goods sind terms'will suit yen. D. L?FFLEH, 42S to 42S Church St. en * BF H ? I < no. 8 city hall avenue monticello hotel. ntir.li. j*5 ? '[ ? *'*\ and Domestic . Vornan ?* ^i&^bs^^h 1 ' ?' Win--.. : Whiskies Brandl?, Pen-Mar Mot It Vernon Jyj Rum, Gin, an I Tap. Best & iKip^p^ k s! KiiDj Oiber Brand of 1^11? S'. nrink? n, BetU-d and od fMpK^j Tin km,' ..Vn. ' h8 Eastern Mu In the World Old Piire Ryei Lastern make, bottled in bono at the distillery. Gomt and sei for yourself, examine goodi and ?,et value received for your money J. C. CLUOSTON. - No 8 City Hall Avenue new phone 815. travelers' guide. Atlanta. Kuw Orleans. Augusta, Maro?, ' Chattanooga, Ntifliville. Memphis, Florida, *????, California m.o Iho oiulrn Smith. . , fn Effect De?. II. 1>7? l No. 41. | No |o? Te\ Norr<-!': .; ?j-i* n n-.i 'vsa p m " Portsmouth S.A f, i 9:70 a mi liit pm Ar Suffolk ... " i 9:W a m| 9:!G i> m " t pw'stcn .. Nr-> 1T". p ml. ! " WelrTon .. S A t. i JVM) a 11h 11:10 p m " l|endVr?on . " ' ItM i> ml 15:5s n m ?? Raleigh . . " i 8:34 p mi i;M a m " Smitlvrp Pines " ' 5:!.S p ml I :?1 a m ?? Wllmlrurion . " !.j Utes p m ?? Charlotte .. " 1*10:33 p m 7:5i? a m - Columbia c.'N&L till:5X a m\ IttS p m ?? Angutda c .C-w c IhVje a m! ??:'?"? p n ?? Athens .. .8 A.t.l ?S;iS a m| 1:is r> m " Atlanta (Ce,t^me)i a mi 5:.v? p m '? Ma rot? . C.Of Ca. IT I" a m' 7-:ii>m " Jacksonville Plant! T-'". p ml ?.'S a HT< Ta'tnpa .. .. ci?n 1 ? s ?> .-1 ml ?"? is p in" " MortL-im-y W.nf.V |?:3| a mi >':? 1? m ?? Mobile .. ..L.&N.j S:50 p ml ifl? a ra " New Oijeans . " S tf> p m' 7:10 a m " ChU'r; w:n w*ai 1 o p m' 1:15 a m " Nastivllt? NCA8UJ t ]? mi T ?'" a m " Memphis KCM&BI ?:?|iiti| 4H? a m ?Tiallv. IDa'.ly. ex Sunday. Connections as New Orleans with South ein Pac,mc arid T.'n.is &? Pacific railway* for .'H points In Texas. Mexico and Cali? fornia . ?v;;, irr ?Arr vo Cortsmouth dally 7:r.". a m. No SS?Arrive Portsmouth dally 5:;p n. in. * 1 J. w. ruown. Jr. Tass-r Act.. l?r' M dr. s!.. Nnrr.?!l.-. Va. MURRAY porBKS. Trav. Poss'r Am . Portsmouth, Va E ST. john, Vice i'resh'.en: and General Manager. \' I' McBEE General Superintendent. II \V. II CI.OVKR. 1. S. At.t.KN. 'traffic. Manager. QenMiPass'i Apt.. Portsmouth, Va. ? n on "biCHMON?. PETERSBURG. h ci?a remont. old point, newport news and james river landings direct by da vligi.it Virginia Navigation Company"? Elegant Saloon Steamer ARIEL Icavi s Clyde wharf. Norrolk. every TUESDAY* THURSDAY mil SATURDAY at 7 a. m.i lau. him: at Portsmouth, ami Newport News going anil returning, arriving at Richmond about p. m., connecting With all eveilililS trains. Karu i" Richmond, fl.iA To Richmond and retai n. J2 50. To Richmond, second-class. HOT. 'i' ckel* lunch cheaper than any o!hi?r route Richmond. Petersburg. Wavcrly. Illcksford and stations cn Atlantic and Danville railroad and ail points via R iltmi nil. Ticket* for Mda at ticket agencies or Walke ?t Son. II. ltran.lt. alid on board st.. r Freight received dally (Sunday except' ed) foi ail above named points. james w m'oarrick, C_^Ty_i.7;s regular line steam ) ships por philadelphia, only direct line prom no it* 1'olk to philadelphia. Chill further notice steamers are ap. uointeil io ea'.l from Norfolk every MON? DAY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY .1 1 o'clock P. m.. and from Philadelphia v TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY. Through bids or lading 10 ail pclnts Somh and Southwest via Seaboard Air Line Atlantic Coast Line. Virginia and Tennessee Air Line. Southern Ha iway. Norfolk mid Carolina and Norfolk and kouihern Railroads JAM'ES W. McrARllICK. Ger.eril Southern Agent. Norfolk, Va. WILLI A M P clyde & CO. arimral Agents. i'h:i::rh'ii>hia. For Lowest Prices and Best Terms ?n Portable. Stationery, Corliss and Ma 'line Engines, Steam Bollere,all styles and sixes; uas, uasolcno and Naptha En Iglues, Electric Motors, Saw. Crist and Shingle Mills. Wo. .1 Working Maehlues, Inciting, Scales of all kinds, He. <:.ili on or write .0 T, ?. PERRY, MANUFACTURERS' AGENT, No. :'??:! Water sir. M (Roper Rtllldlllg). Roth phoiKs Nif. I. Norfolk, Va. JOHN 0. Gm MftGE established /?j3 Sewer and Well Pipe BRIOK TILE ALL SIZES. Lime, Cevnents, Plaster, Bricks, Laths. ..iair, Shingles, Flooring Eic WOODSIDE'S WHARF NORFOLK, VA. j. W. DAMAGE. w. V. WALLER. Uli k HUB, Heailquarler for Foreign and Doniesti: Gsiubrl Lime, Pfasier. B.itts. Sewsr anJ Chimney Pip;, Laths, Shingles; Oii'ic; and warehouse 12 lo 18 PLUi>IE ST Nearjhi Brii?:. NORFOLK VAi f 'i ??? pi ptila'r c.'rar 1 will fake the lead call ilits ?ea turn, as it has for tho jiast our years. It has NO equal for the nonev 1 1. have ih,* irniversul, .1 food pr'a d Mower. Call and examine irifori buying. All scasonabls guo.is at P. J. MALBON, I09?omm?rcial Place Both Phdnea No. 401. '- Xnkx a\ dr. anna 6ierin3, ReststereJ Ihysiciii Private sanitarium ef high repute. Veg? etable compound for teuiala eoinplalnta h.CO. Lliiy While Regulative V Iis ?.'. S\ ives without chip risen consult me. I?01 E B^il marc si., I;j.Uiti.o:c. 41X TRAVELERS' GUIDE. 1ETWEEN norfolk AND B?SF VIRGINIA BEACH. ?and? CURR1TUCK D1VISK IN. With steamers forming the "CAST VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA LINE." : (formerly Point's North Carolina Line and Bennett's North Carolina Lino.) SCHEDULE IN EFFECT APRIL -'. ISSS , MAIN LINE?TO V1IICIN1.V REACH LEAVE NQKKOLKj Daily except Sunday; G:I5 a. in., mi\. d, 10:15 u. in.. fast express, si pi only at Kompsv'tte, Lynnhavcn und Ocean u. Ill'JO i?. in., local express ! 3:t5 p. in., local ex; ress. t>:u? p. in., local expri ss. SUNDAY. i -10:15 a. in., fast ox pres.", slap* only at Kciniwill-?. Lynnhavcn and Occana. 12:3? p. nr., lo. al cxpn ss. 3:i.*> p. in., local ix,':' >s, ?:oo p. m.i local express LEAVE VIRGINIA P.KACH. Dally except Sunday. S:15 a. in., local express, 1:I3 p. in., mixi '1 4:3|) p, in., fast express, stops only at Keiupsvillc, Lyunhavcn and Oceuna. 7:i? i>. in. looil express. io:oo p. ni. through express. SUNDAY. 11:00 a. in., local express. 2:00 p. m? local tmii ss 4:3o p. in. fast express, *t ps only at Kempsvtllc, Lynnhaven and Oceana. 7:15 p. in., local express, CURR1T?CK !>l V!.<!OXs. LEAVE NORF' " ,K, VA. Dally except Seiulni 10:03 i. in., mixed; 5:05 p. in., local ? Muess LEAVE MUNDEN 1M1.NT,. VA. Daily except Shndu> ; '" \. in., miX'.d: 2:00 p. in.. Ie?'al expri is, ,, All steamers other limn Currltuek Sound steamers, nvlivi and depart from pier No. l (adjoining <",\.i.' Line) Watei street. Norfolk, Va. Thains stop.s only on H .dime stations to tain .. ' scnger*. \v. i Gen. I'::. Ii 1 at Intcrme ptlt Oil pas SllUf \sil IM.'RN. i| Pass, Ant. HOLLAND, Ulti lldellt. KoifoiR anil Ocean View w 6HOKT LINK BETWEEN S?RFOLl| AND OLD POINT COMFORT. Via Norfolk and Ocean View Ry. Co. fifty mini;rES. BCHEDCl.i; TAKING EFFECT NO VEMBER 24th. IS3S Lv. |Lv. |Ar i )Lv. |Lv. Nor.O'n Iold i lold | W folkiVwi IJt I_I l"t I P'r a m;a.m;a m; ia.m a m a >| 7:.:<>| 7.i.e. J..J0, Local dally..j ) S:00| f:0t)j 1:30 : ..?>, Local daily..| f:?i S;s , I0:30|10:50jll:20 Local datiy...10::-". 11 :00 H - P.M|P.M|P..\l| Ip.Mil'.M 12:00'12;?> Local dally..112:<.c. ::..'?>:: l:30j 1201 Local dally.. 1:35 2:00 13:00: 3,:v. 3:45 Lxpiess . J:0?i 3:25 4:30. 4:50j 5:30; lAical daily.. 4:35 5:00] 0.001 0.20' 6:50- Local dally..|.0:05 .- I 53 7:30, -.50| .S:20, Local dally.. 7:341 SaW l>.-'5 ?:00| 9 20| 5.5'Jl Loeal oa:ly..| 9.05. S:-0, 5:55 1 Connects with 4 p. m. C. & O. train al Old Peine llactragc checked to any point on Sea? board Air Lino and to all Railroad Rta ttona nnd Steamboat Lines In Nur folk an>J Old Point. Lot al freight leaves Norfolk <lo.'ly. Straight faro to Old Point Comiort 25 cents. Faro for Hound Trip lo Old Point Ccnifurt from any part of Norfolk, to cents. Pound Trip Tickc'.s on saio by all Slitct C?tr Conductors. D. a. H EG ARTY. General Supciinleudeiit. SOUTHERN RY. DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES TO ALL POllSTi SOUTH, SOUTHEAST. and SOUTHWr:.ST. EFFECTIVE MARCH 12. 1SL1?. .1 :k>\) a in; v.r.; p m ,| 3.50 p :ii| 2.<.".? tt in l |3 p ml 3.10 a in . i'..35 p in, 5.15 u ni . ?> j. inI C.40 a in .112:10 a ml 2:25 p :n .: I.'.".? a m 3:57 p in 4..15 a in I 7.-0 p ni .; 7 :U a mill :35 j. in .; i ..-5 i< luj C;w a ni u~ Lv Norfolk . Ar. RaMgh . Ar. Durham . Ar. Greensboro . Ar. Salisbury .... Ar. Aslnvillo ... At, Hot Springs Ar. Knoxv lie ... Ar Chattanooga Nashville .. Ar Ar. Ar. Ar A r< Ar. Charlotto _ Atlanta _ Montgomery Mobile . New Orleans Birmingham Memphis .... Columbia ? AuguSta . Savannah .... Jucltsonvlllo . T?m:'i . . p l.i, ... .i 5:10 a ml 3:53 t> n .;n':ol a ml 9:20 p n ., 3 15 p in 3:05 .1 n .1 h..v a in, 7:10 a u ?I'i M a in 10:00 20 p m| 7:45 ,1 1.37 a m|U.25 a m .. S.C0 a it)| 2.45 p ni ..; :..?<) a in :; ir, p ?, ..j 5.15 a mi 7. In p :;: .! 5:50 p in: 7:Ik u in 1 Pullman Pal.lcc Sleeping Cars. For all information apply at j 4'liy l"?ol??t Wilier. > mil nNil Grniili I Klr?'<*t-<, *l'li?ii?'? t *J!. R.tggaKe called for and checked rr I hotels and residences by Virginia Tran i for Company on orders left at ticket 0 ? lice. FRANK P. GANNON, 3d V President and Geu'l Mgri M. CULP, W. A. TURK i Traffic .. Washington, D. ! W. II. DOLL. Pas-. Agt.. ?.-.?j.''ioteijc??j I Pass Ast. Norfolk. Va SCHEDULE IN EFFECT WARCII 12, .-is;la._ US AVE NORFOLK DAILY. 7:40'a. m.?For Richmond, Washlngtoa Lyr.chbijr;; arnt tbo West. 4.35 p. m.?Vcstlbuled Limited for Rich? mond and Washington, ?iopi only at Suff?;., waverly a:.J Petersburg. 7 25 p. m. ? F?r Petersburg, Lynchburg, the Wo?t and S oithwest. Trains arrive at Norfolk dally 035 a. m. Ticke:?? ai.o all information at stattas ano lv Uranl y ?11 r<;. V." B BE V ILL. Gen?tral Passenger Agent. Tlin P'ITAMIT. S A. McCAI L. Of the Petersburg, Norfolk and .i.\-v. . Tt v r Steamboat line, i-av-.i im,- \ -, |'p ,v N. do-U every MONDAY IVPli! ST5SDAY and KUIDA> at a. tn passengers and freight for Ne'a-poii .\ all Jtinies rilv. - latiiliitv* and l e:. : ? ?' nrrlv 115 in '"' tershnris a:, ut 5 p. ni.. ;:!v ..... Richmond passengers ahn ? ? ? ? hour :n Petersburg '-tt ire the ' .- - |i ives; irrlvjhf! lit lllchntohd hhotn :. ' ?< m Fvire nbpilt n:;"-ha.f ".'.n.ir ? Flrot-class fni * to Petersbnti ? Second-class. $1.00. 10 i?.i cent, n: i for round-trlt tickets. R. Is. COOKIi ? General Agent .'. Wl 1?HU?1>1PS, Owner.' Rhone*.-new and old. No. ISO, THE WEST' NOIUXVLk" AND VI". ncr's Po'nt Ferry leaves the N y P. ?; N. whurf daily. Sunday excepted at ' JO a. m.. S a. in.. 0:30 a. to., 10.30 a.'ni , 12 m , 1:30 p. in.. 2:30 p. nr. 4 6:C0 p. m? making the !<? d minutes. Phones, new and ol J. \V. PHILLIPS. Owner. p. m and No TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Gl. S LI l:CO p. m. FOR NEW YORK.-Pas vender ships arc appointed to sqll from Norfols at 7:30 | p. m'. daily, except Sunday. FROM NEW YORK?On Monday. Tuesday, Wednes? day, Thursday and Fri? day at S:C0 p. ni.. Saturdays i? arid r:I5 a. . o.i.a. 6:3>) am! it lane wharf, t. m. and 4:')?' 13 a. ra. and 11 i. 10: .'. a. m. wharf at ii:S0' PASSENGER YCCOMMODATtO N S UNSURPASSED. Fare. Including meals and statoroom berth .t S.OO Round tr.p (limited to 30 days).il.-'*.' For tickets and reservation of state? rooms apply ;.it ticket ofllcc; 1:0 Main - resit, or at grur.ral otiire. at wr.arf Ships leave Old Point lor Nortel;; Sun Jay about to a. in. TIME ?' IUhJUULE OF STEAMERS Hampton Kauf-, j s. Warden. Luray, Accoutkck arid Virginia Dare, sa ling Unity, cm-c; i Sunday, Irctn Company ? u h . Noriutk Fell: oi,i. poini A m. .uid 7:1? p. m.: !'. Pi a. m. ard ?? ?? p i-.. Nor.,at 8:15 u:iu .1 p m. l Olt HAMPTON- v 5:15 and 7:10 p. in.: i-o' I net i."? 11. m.. Ray i.. a in. and :;jii p. m. ' : NEWPORT NEWS A NO SMITH FIELD?At 2:3? p. m.: 1'oriomouth. 2:15 m.: Hay l.itse. 3:C0 p. in. FOB WARE AND EAST RIVERS - A: 0:1.1 a. in,: Portsmouth, 0:80 a. in.; Hay t.ssse 0:15 a to. , l ot: North river?on Man lay. Wednesday and Ff.ilnv at a. m.: Portsmouth, 6:30 a. m.; Hay I.Inc. Otto a. Sil FOR SEVKltji RIVER -o'. Tuesday. Tlnusday and Saturday at i?:13 a tr. Portsft.outh. ?:;r| a. in.," Hay IV.nc U C a. in. I "or RACK. POQPOHIN AND YORK RIVER LANDINGS AND cr ar NECK -On Monday. Wcdric*dav nud Friday a 6:1.1 n. m.: Portsmouth i*:H> ? '? ? Pay l.lne. IV". a. ;:i Hetitrr.l'nt; '? IL-win," day. FOR NANS Ell ONO RIVER AND SUF? FOLK -At ii in.- Pol tsiliollth. P. m. Connect hi: -: -; ffdlk with Suffolk and C iroliha rail .' Freight f r WarK East, North, Bevern. Hack. Pen ;r YoMk and Nar.sciuorid river lac..- : - n'mft I . pft paid All Selu'vible. Kuhjcct lo chance without notice. Frelgh* for \\ ich union and New Hern. N. C. i.'etivrd ii aid d ..-.ei-.l from Norfolk ai d Hf-inh tn railroad itepot. l-reighi ..c dally exept Sui;dn:\ until aal) n in CAPE \ r CHARLES Ph?Lu ROUTE \ Railroad. QUICK TIME-LOW HATES. TWO l RAINS EACH WAY. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY. APRIL ii ISM. LliAVE NORFOLK. 7:13 a. nt. dally, except Sunday?(Parts mo.nil. 11Irl". Klrrei, 7:0') a. m) At rive at Philadelphia J:(2 p. ill".; New York ?t i tiS p. in. lea vi'. Norfolk; ?; CO p. m. di-.liy: Portsmouth. High si reel b:30. Arrivo at Philadelphia; 6:10 a. m ; New Yosk. 7 ii a. in. AHHIVF. AT NORFOLK. 5.00 a, in. da ly: I'ortstn u;i,. High street, P !'... tea vine New Vorit at Saj ,. ni : l'bllml. Ipalsi. i 1:10 p. ta. ARRIVE AT NORPHLK, r' ' ????1? '-I-?" .?? ??? raoiilh. Hush sir . :. s:eo i>. m i i a\i:e: New York "'. ?:C0 a in. Philadelphia, lOi'.'O a ui. Clore connection hiado wfili all sa'.l ::nd ?calci lines r> and Inmi Hosum. Pullman Sleeping Cars on night trains between Jersey CHy. Ph'lndrlphla ar,d i. ape Charles, . ;i:.:s.::i H iff it l'.irl r Cars on day trains ln-t'w . ii Philadelphia' and Cape Charles; Through tickets sold Und li.i--.a^. .-I:-el.. d at Walke"* Agency, under A., iahtic Hotel, und on sleamoi P.. 15, COOKE. General fassonier and Freight Agent, difj T.ct route . FOR ROSTON AND I'itOVi DENCE. (.?or Rostoii?Mohdays, Wednesdays am] Fridays at oaw i?; n' FOR PROVIDENCE. F.vcrv Tucsdliy, Thursday and Sat.:.-, day at" 6:00 p. m. F\RK? TO BOSTON AND PJROVI DENCE. rrirst-ciasx. Including meals and Stateroom beTth .jn.Oo tinormcdlaie, Inciuuing meal-- at inu table and -wioun stateroom berth...jtw Elrcrsigv Including meals und miisU. w Perishable freight sent via Providence forwarded by curly train to Rosien and at ihe sai. 10 rate as by d.rcct steamers to l or farther Information apply lo l: H WRIGHT. Agent, Norfolk, Va. \ ;>' BTEBDINS, As? t Trafflo M'gr. W IVTUHNER. Gee. Pass. Agent, j. Ci W1HTNKY. Traflie Manager. General OftlccJ. Baltimore; Md. 4 TLA n'i ic AND \ DANVILLE I: V1IAVAV MiT-CLE IN EPl'F.CT MAT S-n. )m : rain No : - ???';?>? '????y\>^-r^.i f. m wharf f'i t of ua ihews lreel at t:it a m W?st N.rtolk. at ?:? a. ro. tor l anv'I'.o ard iritermediRte roiats. a:riv;atf ai DanvH:< at S!23 p. in. CRVIN SO. S-Dallj exenpt Sundays. ; . iVea NbifO'k <? D I' ni West Norfolk. ;, ..-. arriving a: Danvtlio at . o'clock i in. 'HAIN no :a h 'at Norfolk at 10:10 a i"i dnilv .vi.1*. Ji.ailay. . ? M .. n? ~ all'.vi ? al .*>"..::. !:. at 5:!? p irt. dally ' TRAIN no. 5 conneeta at Denntaton Junction wltli Norfolk and Western ratl . ? ,. i. ii ! . m ... a at' uric.!: i:? potnt? " 'i Rains nosi t and a ?... < at jef. ... ,T~.' ? t. ? ..: points on ih? Southern Railway system, Pulli ian sli i ps betwe? n IVini III* and Ashovllle. A - i. J i.:.. - ivtlle, Memphlj , anil New Oi'lenri*. I Tickets en sals and tia5~.i^e ch-icked at : Walke ? Ageiicy ?r.d ..e:::;i.iry s wharf. Norfolk, and at Emmerjon i- Watson. au^i.ts, at Co: '..-aioulh Steamer city of ch^?t^r touches at N. Y ! and N. R. i; whtrf oa oulgolnz trips. WM !l TAYLOR, Tr.i.fffo Manager. pHASL O MAIN: '.. (?. ...-_: Managar. TRAVELEfiS; GUIDE. ^cu^rW & OhiO Ify ??._CACJO. ST. LOUIS ETC. SCHLDoL? LN EFFECT JANUARY 10. lias. ^ WESTBOUND 1 Xo, i j No. j Lv. Portsmouth .. Ly. Nu; foil; .J Lv. Newpoit Newa . < Ar. K ihmond Lv. Ar. Lv. Ar Ar. Ar. A r. Al?. An Klchra'cl (Hl-\tl>r Washington., Rich'd Ma'n linel Charlottcsvlilo ..i Stuumon .| Va. Hot Spr r-ija.. Clifton Forgo.J Cincinnati ,1 7:40 a nil J:0o ;. m SrfO a in; 3:30 |> tu 9:15 a m 4:35 i> ui 11:3') a m| 6:09 p m ?12:00 n*ri| UW ,> :n ?3:40 p iii| R:a? p m s.ii p im 10:39 |i tu 5 J' i< :n. 2:13 a in 7:03 p in: 1:23 jj in " 7:i5 a in ???-?> ;? :n 9:o0 v inj IV.37 p in 7:o4 a m li.iw .i m 5:30 j> in 1" in Na. j l: lo K;.mo, Cluc.'niia: Cr Iii an: prim :....: ?.. n iy north oi Ui. NC 2 -DAILY Hl;iun. (.'Iiiciniia M i .- ?Vr.vs.i ? a:ii! u wciii er Ui 13 ... ii' and :. 12:10 p n J it. WILL F. v\\ CUR c o Tis Norfolk, Va