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SHIPPING REPORT.
JTorclX" ??">' C-ni?*twl?a.
May 12. 1899.
ARRIVED.
British stmp. Wlldcroft. Cassap, Ship
Island, to coal.
British stmp. Westhall, Morgan,
Brunswick, to coal.
British stmn. Germania, Llllle. Gal
veston, to coal.
Sehr. Thomas J. Seward, Brannock,
"Washington, stone.
Sehr. Klecta Bailey, Clay, New York.
II-lit.
Sehr. Helena. E. Russell, Russell, New
York, light (error).
Sehr. Elizabeth, -..Baltimore, coal.
Sehr. Harlan W. Huston, Huston,
North Carolina, lumber.
Sehr. Abble H. Gheen, Taylor, New
York, fertilizer.
Bohr. Cactus, Wiley, New York, light.
Tug General Motl, towing one barge,
Philadelphia, light.
CLEARED.
British stmp. Wildcroft, Cassap. Rot?
terdam, coaled.
British stmp. Thrya, Dunning, Rot?
terdam, cargo.
Iirltisli stmp. Westhall. Morgan, Liv?
erpool, coaled.
British stmp. Germania, Llllle, Liver?
pool, coaled.
American stmr. John W. Garrett,-,
Elizabeth City, light, tow of Norfolk
and Western tug No. 2.
Bchr. Harlan W. Huston, Huston,
Philadelphia, lumber.
SAILED.
British stmp. Ashlnnds, Lewis, Havre.
Kehr. George R. Vreeland, Abbott,
New York. ?
Sehr. John H. Tingue, Taylor. San?
tiago.
Sehr. William Churchill. Barker. New
York.
Sehr. Anna P. Chose, Ellis. Boston.
Sehr. James Davidson. Rankin, New
York.
Tug E. T. Williams and tow. Balti?
more. Philadelphia and Washington.
Tog Rescue, three barges, Baltimore.
ALBEMARLE AND CHESAPEAKE
CANAL. ARRIVALS.
NORTHBOUND.
Stmr. Bel Virginia, towing, North
Carol Inn to Norfolk.
Sehr. Heh n M., oysters. North Caro?
lina to Norfolk.
Sehr. By da Powell, oysters. North
Carolina to Norfolk.
Stmr. Virginia, towing. North Caro?
lina to Norfolk.
Sehr. H. W. Huston, lumber. North
Carolina to Philadelphia.
Sehr. George T. Garrison, shingles,
North Carolina to Maryland.
Stmr. W. B. Rogers, merchandise.
North Carolina to Norfolk.
_ SOUTH BOUND.
Stmr. Virginia, towing, Norfolk In
North Carolina.
Sehr. Bulle W. oids. llyht, Norfolk to
North Carolina
Sehr. Maid or the Mist. Norf.dk I
North Carolina.
Sehr. George Lommon, light, Norf
to North Carolina.
Sehr. Tlmmi ?> P. Cator. light, Norfolk
to North Carolina
Sehr. s. ,T. Delan llsrht, Norfolk to
Norlh Carolina.
S.-hr. Lady Grant light. Norfolk lo
North Carolina.
S. hr. L T. Dawson, Prihl. Norfolk to
North Carolina.
Sehr. Dlrago, rafting gear, Norfolk to
North Carolina.
Sehr. Plying Scud, light, Norfolk lo
North Carolina.
Stmr. Spring Garden, towing, Norf.dk
to North Cni Una.
Barge Glyde, light, Norfolk to Nor
Carolina.
Barge L. B. Tu ker, light. Norfolk t>
North Carolina.
lt:.rgo Roam, light, Norfolk to North
Carolina.
Stmr. Bel Virginia, light, Norfolk to
Norlh Carolina.
Stmr. Colenel .7. C. Hill, light. Nor?
folk lo N*or'.h Carolina.
Stmr. Albemarle, towing. Norfolk to
North Carolina.
Barge E. E. Jackson. No. a, light,
Norfolk to North Carolina.
Sehr. Ali..- Cory, llffht, Norfolk to
North Carolina.
Sehr. Scarborough, light, Norfolk to
North Carolina.
Sehr. S. C. Potllson, light, Norfolk to
North Carolina.
Sehr. J. c. Lewis, light, Norfolk to
North Carolina.
SANDY HOOK LTC.IIT VESSEL
Notice is hereby given that, on or
abotll May IT. 1809, Light Vessel No.
51, moored off Sandy Hook, on the
easterly prolongation of the axis of
Gedney channel, entrance lo New York
Lower Bay, will be temporarily with?
drawn from her station for repairs and
replaced by Belief Eight Vessel No. 11.
Light Vessel N... n will show two
fixed while lights (instead of an oc?
culting electric light), one from the
foremast 40 feet, and the other from
the mainmast ">0 feet above the sea.
The lights will be visible 11'j and rj'.'.l
nautical mll'-s, respectively, the ob- i
serv.-r's eye 1G feet above the sea.
Light Vesel No. 11 has two masts,
schooner rigged, no bowsplt, a black
circular, cage work day mark at each
masthead and a straw-colored hull.with
"Belief, No. 11" in black on each side.
During thick or foggy weather a bell
or gong will bo sounded from Light
Vessel No. 11 during periods of :i sec?
onds' duration .separated by silent in?
tervals of 12 seconds, thus:
Hing, 3 seconds; silent Interval, 12
seconds: ring. 3 seconds; silent Inter?
val. 12 seconds.
R. O. Bitter, Lieutenant, U. S. N., in
charge.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Branch Hydrographie Oflicc. )
Norfolk. Va.. May s. 1899.)
NEW YORK?UPPER BAY.
Notice is hereby given that the direc?
tion of the cable, iunning from Bat?
tery, New York city, to Ellis Island.
New York Upper Bay, having been
changed, spar buoys to mark the chan?
nel and protect the cable have been es?
tablished as follows:
Bed spar buoy, No. 2, In 21 feet mean
low water:
Flagstaff on Produce Exchange," E.
N.E., %E.J Governor's Island post
lights, S.E. by E. %E.; "Red Hook
Chimney," S. S.E. ?/jE.
Black spar buoy No. 1, in IS feet mean
low water:
Battery flagstaff, E.%N.: Governor's
Tsi-and post-lights, E. SE. 1-lftE.; "Red
Hook Chimney." S. S.E. 15-16E.
The white spar buov, heretofore
known as the "Cable Buoy," has been
discontinued.
N?TICE TO MAP.INERS.
(No. S" of 1S9?.)
Branch Hydrographie Otliep. Custom
House, Norfolk. Va.
Texns?Brazos River Jetty Light Sta?
tion.?Notice is hereby given that, on
May C. ISM. a temporary light, having
the same height and characteristic as
the former light, was established at this
station, at the p,-vint of juncture of the
southwesterly Jetty with the slure line,
entrance Brazes river.
By order of the Lighthouse Board,
FRANCIS J. HIGGINSON,
Rear Admiral, 1'. S. N.. Chairman.
NEW SIGNAL LETTERS.
Signal letters were assigned to the
following merchant vessels of the
United L'tntes by the Bureau of Navlga
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The serious consequences to whicjiScrofula surely lends
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portance of wasting no timo upon treatment which can
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to Insect posts
and burs. It is
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more bulkr, kills
.. quicker and goes
INSECTICIDE. farther. Docsuot
ini'ire the foliage. Con.? till tho effi ctirc properties of bordeaux Mixture and Paria Graes,
resulting in a combined l iniglcldo anil Insecticide.
For i till) . i beenl ilcman fa turcra ?r the well-known5tur Ilrnnd ol Strictly
Pure I'cri-i <iri fi. v i know thai Parngrcne in an effective and reliable Improvement on Paris
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PIM-tl. I.. I.AVAMUIHO. 165 William St.. New York.
i yiwv ?.-"? ??t.v? -. -'* r- sx\a
Hon, Treasury Department, ?luring the
' e. K ending May C, 1S90:
K P it .) Steamer Nantuckct, 2,590
?' i.res.--, ei" Wilmington, Del.
K !? i: t. Sehr, barge Monitor, 055
tuns gross, ? i Philadelphia.
K P It M?S hr. A'ai.tnta, SO tons
gross, or Phllndi Iphln.
K i' ?'. N?Steamer Rescue, r>"?7 tons
?rross, of New York.
K PR <?> Steam ynclrl Wanderer, 10
tons Rross, of Stonlngton,
.1. 13, CRAIO,
_C? pin In. U. S. X.. 11 ydr grnjdicr.
LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES
i >:it! slz? smaller after using Allen's Koot
K.\se. a powder to bo shaken lino tho
BhOCS. ll makes liKlit or new shoes feel
easy; elver. Instant relief to corns and
bunions. It's the greatest comfort dis?
covers- of tho age. Cures and prevents
swollen feet, blisters, callous and sora
spots. Allen's Foot-Rasa Is a certain cure
for sweating, hot, aching, nervous feet,
At all druggists and shoe stores. V.".e. Trial
Address, Allen S. Olmsicu,
L''r?lirtjKv
Quickly rtPevcs and permanently cures all
Nervous Troubles, Headache. Dyspepsia, Fe?
male Complaints, Malaria and all types of dis?
ease originating in. oi aggravated by a low and
weake edcondition rf u.c Nkbvous System,
Pleasant, safe, and always ? ITicai ions.
?l.ou etil B?hle, ?i wiuogists/
?\TIRCHNIA:?IN Till! CLUHK'S OP
v lice of the Court of l/iw und Chance?
ry of the City or Norfolk, on tho uh day
of May, iv:>. In \ a latlon:
M. 1/ T. Davis ei Co.Plaintiffs
vs.
Lovclnccr & Kcoricy .Defendants
IN ASSUMPS1T AND ON AN AT?
TACHMENT.
The object of this su'.t is to re.-over of
the defendants the .sum of $350.00 with
lc.il in,i .' ...?I in i ? ..ii .i.iu ? lim Ii., y
of March, is9?, till paid; and costs, and to
attach the i -t.ue of the defendants in the
City of Norfolk and subject tho same to
the ludgment thereof, and affidavit hav?
ing been ma le that Hie defendants, W. Oi
Lovelace and Clay Kceney, partners: trad?
ing us Lovelace Jts Kceney^ are not resi?
dent* of the Slate .i Virginia, they art
hereby required to nppear within ilfteen
jdnys after due publication hereof and do
wliat may be necessary to protect their
Interest.
Teste: JUNHTS A. COLEMAN, D. r.
THOS. W. SHELTON, p. q.
myS-ltaw-Jw
TYPHOID FEVER Ir?Vr.,
Th? irirM ROtirfahmeDt i* Mio kiisThlf cunctu
tr*ted? pr??digestod boof preparation?
LIQUID PEPTONE
Heqntrr-ii no furthnrdipostion ?pa-srsiu onr# ?? I
intoiIircirculation?mr.*-*nataral vise- " '5
ui?>1i?t'ly. tor sale by Unrrows, Martin
BIBVB3MHI A JEKtitK CO., < limit,!,, rMfcuMsMa. 2
SUMMER LAW SCHOOL,
UNIVtnSITY OF VinclNIA.
30th Summer l ern:, July l to Sopt. I, IS9&
In mountainous and non-ntnlnrial section of
Virginia. These courses have proveil peculiar?
ly profitable n> besinn, r^; nndidatcs for ad?
mission let he bar and tnpr til dinners wbo have
lucked systematic instruction or need review.
For catalogue, address it. C MiNoit.Scc'r.
Charlotlcsville, \ u.
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per-Colored t^pots. Aches,'Old Sol ts, UU
cers :n Mouth, Hair Palling? Wi ' 1 'OK
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Chicago, 111,, for proofs rf cures Capitol
Si.00.600. Worst cases cured in 15 to Zi
days. 100-pa CO book free Inl-ly
importers pi a Larcjo Lot
?OF FIRST- CLASS
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J. M. JORDAN & CO.,
.?Water atrcc: and KoanoLc LJocU.
STEMCiL GUTTtRS,
^SiL?C^Nv Rubber amlSteelStnmps,
^ Railroad, Hotel, Baggage
.and lira-.-* Check* Ken ML
VliailRcs. Stencil und Siamp
links, Pads, lute!*, etc
I PtKENIX
/Siamp and siencil works,
Job Printers,
Cor. Nlvlson and Church SU,
J. H. COFER
?SHIPPER OF?
Hay and Grain,
CIO Citizens' Bank Building.
Quick shlpnivnt and satisfaction guar?
anteed.
TRJVEURS' GUIDE.
Atlanta. Vow Orleans, Auojtiata. Maenn,
ChiiClwimoen, Naahvill?, Memphis, rimidn,
v^i^., California ami ihc .Moire Souih. Ml
Tn KflWt Po-, n. ISS9.I N'o. n. | No. 40?.
Lv. Norfolk .i ?:i:nv n m| ??-70 p m
?? Portsmouth B.A I. | !?r?fl a ml K;4!t p m
Ar. Suffolk ... " -i m 5:16 p m
" r.ewlston .. iN.C.I V" n m'.
?? Weldon .. .S.A.!..! n-'i i m 11:10 p m
" Henderson .. " I 1:50 i> ml 1- M a m
" Raleigh ... " I S:!H p m Z-\r> n. m
?? Shi'Iitti Pines " I fi '.S p ni1 a -n
'? Wilmington .. " I.i 1? f, p m
" OV.nrlotto .. " I'to J5 r> rnl 7:.'f> a ni
" Columbia C.N*LJill rs a ml <:1S p m
" Aurti'ta .C AW.C|!I0:M a m' *4rf.-> p m
" Athens .. ..S.A.T/ ?8:45 n n:l 1:15 p m
" Atlr.nta ((> T'mell n 20 a ml S:50 p m
" M.-ron .. C.of Oa.i 11:10 a m 7:20 p m
" Jacksonville Plant! ?;55 p ml PM.i a m
" Tampa .. ..Pl.inti BjflOa ml S:4S_nm
" Mai. gnttl V UV.fAl I'l-.'l a mi 9:IH p m
" Mobile .. ..I..SN'.| 8:50 p tn 1:05 a m
" New Orleans . " 8:10 p m! 7:W a m
" Chnfnoogn W&A1 l^pml 1:15 am
" Nashville NCA8I1J S;55 p m 7*0 o m
" Memphis KCM&BI 7:20 p m| t:oo a m
?Pally, inally. ft. Sunday.
Connectlona at New Orleans with South
cm Pacific anil Texas & Pae'.tic railways
for e.11 points In Texas, Mexico and Cali?
fornia.
No. 102?Arrive Portsmouth dally 7:25
n tn.
No IS? Arrive Portsmouth daily 6:20
p. in,
' J. W. BROWN. ,lr.,
Pass'r Act., 19) M iln sr Norfolk. Va.
MURRAY KORMICS.
Trav. Pass'r Apt.. Port?mouih. Va.
E FT. JOHN, Vice President and Gonerai
Manager.
V 1' McBEE, General Superintendent.
H. W. H. GLOVER. I* S. A BEEN.
Traffic Manager. Grn'l Pas.s'r Agt.,
1'orismouth, Va.
u
The new nail poweiful iron palace
steamers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK will leave
daily us follows:
NORTH-BOUND.
Leave Portsmouth, foot of
North street . ?5.00 p. m.
Eeave Norfolk, loot of Water
street . 6C p. m.
Leave old Point Comfort.. $.45 p m
Arrive in Wishinpton. 7aH> u. m.
Arrive in Philadelphia, Penn.
H. It.**10 ;",? a. m.
Arrive in Philadelphia, P.. A o.
H R."11.00 a. m.
Arrive in New York. Penn.
i; i:. "1.1.1 P. m.
Arrive la New Yolk, B. & O.
R. B.??1-25 P. m.
f SOUTH-BOUND.
Leave New York, Penn. P. P. 18.60 p. m.
Leave New York. U. & O.
i; H."l.oo p. m
Lc i've Philadelphia. Penn. R.
i; . p. m.
Lcavi PhiladclpliU. B. O.
I; i;..'..??.".07 p. m.
Arrive in Washington, Penn.
b. r. ?6.10 p. in.
Arrive ill WttSll ngton, B, & tl.
|; 1{ . ??6.00 p. 111.
Leave Washington. ??'? '<? p. m.
Vrrlve old Point Comfort? 7i?? a. in.
Vrrlve in N. i f..Ik. S.OO a. in.
Arrlvo in Portsmouth. 8.30 a. m.
?Dally.
??Dally, except Sunday.
Tickets on sale at B. & O. ticket office
N. & C. office, at W. T. Walkes and
company's offlce on wharf.
For further Informal on apply
\j J. CALLAHAN.
Telephone 441. Agent
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
BETWEEN NORFOLK AND
iZZVtr VIRGINIA BEACH.
?and?
CVRRITT'CK. DIVISION,
With steamers forming the
"EAST VIRGINIA A.NU I'.UiOU.VA
LINE.','
(formerly Pettlt's North Carolina Lino
anil Bennett's North Carolina Line.)
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT APRIL 20,
MAIN LINE?TO VIRGINIA BEACH
LEAVE NORF? U.K.
Dally except Sunday:
6:45 a. m., mixed.
10:15 a. m., last express, stops only at
KetnpsvUle. Lynnhavcn and
Ocean a.
12:30 p. m.. local express.
3:43 p. m., locui express, j i
6:w0 p. m., local express,
SUNDAY
10:15 a. mi. fast express, s'ops only at
Ketnpsvtlle, Lynnhavcn and
Oceana.
12:30 p. m? local express.
3:4.3 p. in., local express.
O.oo p. m., local express.
LEAVE VIRGINIA BEACH.
Daily except Sunday.
8:1."> a. in., local express,
1 p. in., mixed.
4:30 p, m., fast express, stops only nt
Kompsville, Lynnhavcn and
Oceana.
7:15 p. in., loci! express.
lo.oo p. m, through express.
SUNDAY. c
li.oo a. nr., local express.
2:00 p. m., local express.
4:30 p. m . fast express, stops only nt
Kompsville, Lynnhaven and
Oceana.
7:15 p. m., local express.
CURRITUCK DIVISION.
LEAVE NOHFOLK, VA.
Dally except Sunday?10:00 a. in., mixed;
5:0j p. m., local express.
LEAVE MUNDEN POINT, VA
Daily except Sunday?7:30 a. m., mixed;
2.'?.' p. in., loe ii express.
All steamers other than Currltuck j
Pound BteSmers, arrive and depart from
pier No. l (adjoining Clyde Line) Water
.street. Norfolk. Va.
Thains stops only on signal at Intcrm -
dlato stations to take on or put oft pas?
sengers.
W. P. ASH BURN,
Gen. Kit. and Pass. Agt. 1
B. P. HOLLAND,
Superintendent.
HorfoiK ana Ocean View W
S1H >KT LINE BETWEEN NORFOLK
AND iii.D POINT COMFORT, VIA
NORFOLK AND OCEAN VIEW
U.MI.HO.Mi COMPANY
FIFTY MINUTE SCHEDULE IN EF?
FECT NOVEMBER 21. l?8S._
I .v. I Lv. I Ar. I Ar. I
Nor i >-n i lid o n I
folk \"w P' i Vw._
A.M AM A.M AM
6:00 I i 0:20 Special
7:30, 7:.7V S:2t'.| 1
9:00 9:20 I':.'."
10:3010:50it :S0 I
P.M P.M P.M P.M]
12:00 12:20 12:50
1:30 1:50 2:20
" Kl1 H-1 "
?3:01
2t'| 3:451
4:30 4:50
6:00 6:20 8:60
7 ::'.'i 7:60 8:20
9:00 9:20 9:&o)
ll.v. ILv. |Ar.
i ild ,i i'ii Nor
f P'l V'w folk
~1A.M AM A.M
I ? 'I
I I S:00| 8:25
I 9:f?-. 9:301 9:05
10:35 u :'-> 11:25
P.M P.M P.M
12:05 12::;? 12:55
1135 2:00 2:23
3:00 :?:::. 3:50
4:35 .".:im ;".:.:.
6:05 6:30 6:55
"::!:? 8a? >:?::.
9:05i 9:30j !?:.">"?
? No local stops. Connects with l p. m.
C. and O. train at Old Point.
Baggage cheeked to any point on Sea?
board Air Line and to all railroad sta?
tions and steamboat lines in Norfolk and
Old Point.
Local freight leaves Norfolk daily at 7
and ii a. m. and ."> p m. Freight received
up to 15 minutes before leaving tune.
Special berry pickers' train leavi s Nor?
folk dally, except Sunday, it o a. 111.,
making all local stops,
Straight fare to Old Point Comfort, 2".
eenls. Kare for round trip to old Point
Comfort from any part of Norfolk, 50
cents. Round trip tickets on sale by all
street car condiii tors.
D. A. I! EG ARTY,
General Superintendent.
* SOUTHERN
RY.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINTS
SOUTH,
SOUTHEAST,
and SOUTHWEST.
EFFECTIVE MARCH 12. 1899.
Lv. Norfolk .I 9.00 a in; 8.35 p m
Ar. RaPiigh ., 3.jl p in, 2.0.1 a ni
Ar. Durham .i 1:43 p ml 3.10 a m
Ar. Greensboro .| K 33 p in; 5.15 a in
Ar. Salisbury .I 7 ;.0 p in (..tu a in
Ar. Asdicvlllo .|12:10 a mi 2:2.1 p m
Ar. Hoi Sp-ings .| 1:9 t m 1 ?7 p m
Ar. Know.lie .I 4.15 a ui 1.20 p in
Ar. Chattanooga .. ..I 7:10 a in 11:33 p m
Ar. Naohvlllo .I C:a5 p in, 6:40 a m
Ar. Charlotte .1 9.35 p inj 7 55 a m
Ar. Aliania .' 6:10 a m- 3:33 v in
Ar Montgomery .. ,.|il>:31 a inj 9:20 p in
Ar. Mobilo .I J:l5 p ml 8:03. a m
Ar. Neri Orleans .I *:10 p nij 7:10 a in
A- Birmingham .111:20 n m: 10:00 p :n
Ar Mem|ih:s .I 9:20 p mi 7:13 a in
Ar. Columbia .I 1.37 a mil 1.23 n m
Ar. Augusta .i 8.00 a ml 2.!.". p m
Ar. Savannah .| 5.00 a ml ;;.13 p m
Ar. Juckboncltlo .I 5.15 a ml 7.40 p in
Ar. Tampa .I 5:30 p m| a in
Pullman Pulace Sleeping Car.s.
For uii Information ni'p'y at
tu.? liehet IIMice. Main nml Griiuby
Hired*, 'Plion** 1P.2.
Ragg.ig? colled for ami checked fr m
hotels and residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company on orders left at ticket of
nce.
FRANK S. OANNON.
3d v President and Gen I M,;r.
J. M. CL'l.P. W. A. TURK.
Trufilc Mgr. Oen'l P^.-j Agt.
Washington, D. C.
W. II. DOLL. Pass. Agt., Norfolk. Va.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MARCH 12.
1899.?LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
7:40 a. m.?For Richmond. Washington,
Lynchburg and tho West.
4:35 p. m,?VcatSbuIed Limited for Rich?
mond and Washington, stops
only at Suffolk. Waverly and
Petersburg.
7 25 n. m. ? i"o: Petersburg, Lynchburg,
?bt> West and Southwest.
T-aina arrive at Noifolk daily y.j; a. m
Ili25 a in and 10 io p. m.
Tit kite and all information at station
and lu Granby street.
v.* b BEVILTj,
_General Pas>cnger Agent
mii'i' "st'fa'mfR s a m i-a: ?..
JL the Petersburg, Norfolk and James
Rivr Steamboat line, leaves the N y
p N dock every MONDAY, WED
NESDAY and FRIDAY at 0 a m. wit
passengers and freight, for Newport News
nil .lames River landings am: i . ;. ? ,
arriv.ng in Petersburg about 3 p m., ;-lv
Inc the Richmond passengers nb< u ,
hou' in Petersburg beforo the trair
leaves, arriving In Richmond about j ,?
p in. Fare about one-half what II Is
rail. First-class fare to Petcrsl rg : :?.
Second-class, $1.00. 10 per cent.
for round-trip tickets, ft. 1; COOKE
General Agent J. W. PHILLIPS, owner
Rhenes, new and old. No.
THE WF.ST NORFOLK AND PJN
ncr'S Po nt Ferry leaves the N, V
F & N. wharf dally, Sunday ex
C bo a, m . n a. in.. P:30 n. in.. 10:30 a. m
12 m, l -o p. in., 1:30 p. m.. 4 i>. m
b~z>) p. m.. making the round trlii :i. c
nrnotes Phones, new and old. No. l?'.
J.'w. PHILLIPS. Owner. Ju2:>
jR*vaeas^6inoE.
litasieifiity GiYlis
FOIt NSW YOUK.-r.i3.
?enser shipa are appointed!
to sail from Noi ilk .?? 0
p. m. dally, >-n pi Sunday,
* PROM NEW YORK On
Monday. Tuesday, Wrdn-*
?lay, Thursday and Fri?
day at 3:10 p. in., Saturdays
at 4:00 r. in.
PASSENGER ACC< IMMODA1 IONS
UNSURPASSED.
Fare. Including: meals and stateroom
berth .? $.05
Round tr p (limited to :o days).113.00
For tickets and reservation cf Mate
rooms apply at ticket office, ;..< Main
Street, or at general ofllce. at ?? ..:!
Ships lea\? Old Point for Norl ..v Sun?
day uliou: 10 a. in.
TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAM IRS
Hampton lio.ids, J. S. SVa , l.uray,
Accomack a::d Virginia Dare. alias
daily, except Sund.iy. ireni ?.... . .... .,
wharf, Norfolk, ?
POR OLD POINT?AI 6:K- and It IS a
m. 1:45 and 7:10 p. m.; Portsmoui i. ? Wand
i?:0j a. m. and 3:05 n m.: Baj l.lm -.- iirr.
Norfolk ui 6:15 and 11:30 a in. i . 1:00
p. in.
KDIt HAMPTON?At li t' a m, and
3:t.? and 7:10 p. in.: Pori moo u m.
aud 3.C i>. m.: Ray Lino w) . .. n j
u in. and 4:00 p. m,
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FIELD?At -:3w p. m.: Portsmouth, Z:\a
p in.: Ray Line, 3:eo p. m.
FOR WARE AND EAST RIVERS?At
<5:1."> a. in.; Portsmouth, C::o a. in.; Bay
l.:ae C:45 a, in.
FOR NORTH RIVER?On Monday.
Wednesday and Friday at i in.;
Portsmouth, C.;>o a. ni.; Ray Llr.e, U:ti a,
m
FOR SEVERN Rlt'KR-O'. Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday ot 6 15 ? in :
Portsmouth, <i;30 a. m.; Bay Uno c.ij
a. 'in.
FOR RACK. POQUOSIN AND YORK
RIVER LIAND1NGS AND CRAB NECK
?On Monday, Wednesday an: Friday ::?
6:15 a. in.; Portsmouth, 6:30 n, m.i Ray
Line, 6.45 a. m. Returning foil wing day.
FOR NAN8BMOND RIVER ANH SUF
FOLK-4AI :: p in.: Portan
P. in. Connect ng at Suffolk With Suffolk
and Carolina railroad.
Krclgnt for Ware. East. North, Bevern,
Back, Poquosln, York and Nan icinotid
river landitiga must be prepaid
All schedules subject to change without
netlce.
Freight for Washington and New- Rcrn.
N. C.. received at and delivered from
Norfolk and Southern railroad depot.
Frelgrht received daily, except Sunday,
until ;>..o p, in.
M. B. CBOWELL Airent.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
3av t_irsjE.
rCM.Mn\CIMl V.ONDAT. At O. S. IS31
I.v Poi '.smooth. High *trec:.!3:!J p m
Lv. Norfolk. Main street .14:00 jl in
Lv Old Point Ilygeia Pier.11:00 p m
Ar. lialtlmore. Union Dock.7 00 a in
Ni.R i HHOCNO I 1' R It ' 1: .V O.
I.v Baltimore .I 7 IS a in I 7 :35 a m
Ar. Philadelphia .*l0 15 a in 110:16 e m
Ar. N?w Y'oik.'12:43 ;i Iu|!l2:3i u'n
SOUTHBOUND I P. R. R I It 4 O.
I.v New Yr.rk .; !2:t0 p ail 1:00 l> m
Lv Philadelphia .I 14:1' p in !3;0? ;> in
Ai. Ball. Canton ....! Has) p m| ?.iO p in
Lv. Baltimore, t'nlun D-jck.r, 30 rr
I.v. Baltlin 're. Canton . 7:li> ;< m
Lv Old Point . 6:lo a in
Ar. Norfolk .7:111 a in
Ai. Portainouth .1:30 a ui
I ? Pally except Kim,lay. ??Malty.
Tickets sold to nil points North, Fast
and West and baggage checked to drsti
nailer.. Staterooms reserved upon ajip.i
cttlvn in person at tin- company's ofllce,
No 77 Weal Slain street, or ou board
He?Tiicr.
I Ftclgh* Will not he recelv;? after * p.
I m. Id go forward that day.
i For turlliLT Information apply to
KEY COMPTON.
finif \l Agent.
.T. W. BROW N. Jr..
Southern Passenger Agent.
CAFE \ N*w York?
CHARLES Ph,iand?.lk
ROUTE \ Railroad.
QUICK TIME?LOW R'ATBS.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAY.
SCHEDULE IN Kl-VV.CT MONDAY,
APRIL tS 1S33.
LEAVE NORFOLK
7:43 a. m. daily, except Sunday-(Parts.
uio.ilh. High street. J:30 a. ml
Arrive at Philadelphia 5 12 p.
in.; New York nt fi IS i>. in.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
C OO p. in. dully; Pnrtsmouth. High street
b:'10. Arrive ft Phllndclplila,
5:10 n. m . New Yerk. 7 4J a. in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK
3:00 a. m. dally: Portsip ii'li. I' th ?tr.-.-t
9.10. leaving New York a: .> 00
p in.: Philadelphia' 11 10 p. in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
7:50 p. m. daily. e>rrpt Sunday (Ports.
mouth. High street, e.oo p. m j
leaving New York ut ^ co a h>.;
Philadelphia. 10:20 a ni.
Clor.e eonnectlon m ido e all rail and
sound lire r. la and 1: r.\ U?
piilluian Slcepinc Lars on night trains
belwern Jersey City. Philadelphia and
Cape Charles.
Pullman Buffet ParP.r Carson day trains
between Philadelphia aid Cape Charles
Through tickets sold and I u rage
checked at Waller's Agency, undei .\:
lantlc Hotel, and on steamers
R. 11. CQOKB.
General Passender and Freight ,\,: nt.
ifcwni?|[s.iiowiiiitou8
DIRECT ROUTE .
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE. |
For Boston?Monday*. Wednesdays and
Fridays at 6:00 !? in.
FOR PBOV1DENCE.
Every Toe .-day. TUunsdai and S.itur.
dav nt '*>;O0 p. m.
FARES TO BOSTON AND PROVI
DENCE.
First-class. Including meals ,i l
stateroom berth . J? io
Intermediate, Including" meala ..? ... >
table and salo in si ? ? in bcrtl }< )
Steerage including meals ard bunk J. co
Per.Uhiibla fr'olghl sent via Pi?i .? . ?
forwarded by parly t:., :, :.. I: si ri and
at the samo rate as by dueci si emu era to
Roslon.
For further Information ai ply to
It H WRIGHT. Agenl N 11 II Va.
A D 8TBBB1NS. A as* l Ttafu Mgr.
W P TURNEB Ocn 1 Ag ?.:
J. C. WHITNEY, Ti al Mai ;-r.
General Oflices, Ba imore, M l.
ATLANTIC AND
DANVIL1 V i: MLWAY
SCHEDULE IN EFFEC'I MAY ?ih. IS?]
TRAIN No. I.?Dally ' ?> Norfolk
from w;,arf f- ft of Mali ? treet at t-.st
a m ? West Norfolk, ?' ? ?? ' in. / ,r
Danville and Intermediate.is. anlvtay
ot 1 lanvllle at ; ?5 p in.
TRAIN NO. 3-Dally ft"? Sunday
Leaves Norfolk 10 ;> oi >'? si Norf u.
7:io j>. m. arrlvlns at I anvtlle at ?.00
o'clock a. m. _ ,.
TRAIN" No. 4 arrives at " on ..: at :o.io
a m? dally except Sund
TRAIN NO. ; arir.ci a: .*'.:' at i:;a
p 10 . dally
TRAIN NO. rr.'t- OennlStOn
Junction with Norf- tern rail,
road for Durham and t i?oi:ih
TRAINS KOS I AND eet at J?f.
fuss Junction and Dan\ ii: ;io;u;j
on thu Southern Railway ;n.
Pullman sleeps betwe avlllo and
Ashovllle, Atlanta, Jack ? . Memphis
and New Oilenns
Tickets on sale at bags "? chocked ar
Walko's agoncy nary's wharf.
Norfolk, and at Kmmei n -v Watson a
agency Portsmouth
Steamer City of Chester tOliehOi at N"
Y . P. and N. R. R, wharf on outgoing
trips.
WM 1! TAYLOR.
Ti ifflo Manager.
CHAS. O. HAINES, ?i;.;- Manager.
TR?VELEhS* GUIDE.
0$?) Chesapeake
F2Jl.J. RICHMOND. WASHINGTON.
CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE. CHI
_CAGO. ST. LOUIS. ETC.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JANUARY IP,
_li'SJ. _
WESTBOUND* j .No, l j No. 1
lv.. Portsmouth .. ,.| 7:40 a m
Lv. Norfolk .I S:10 a m
l v n;-w;.3:: News ..| 9:15 a m
1 ch*n?ad.1.11130 a m
V R Iwn'd (KF&lrji M2-00 n'nl 7140 p as
?\:- W ashington .i ?3:40 p in) 11X0 p m
1 ??? I '?? ii d M.fn line
Ai i harlottcsvllt*
Ar. Sluunton .
Ar. Va. iio: Spr ngs..
Ar. Clifton Forge.
Ar. Cincinnati .
A r. Lc tat?.villa .
Ar. Chicago .
Ar. Sr. Louis ..."....'.*.
Z:I5 p m| 10:30 p rra
6:44 p in 2:43 a m
7:03 p tnj 4:22 p in
3:60 p mj 7:33 a na
S:57 p ni| 6:SS p m
?:aa a m| 6:16 p m
11:00 a ro 8:00 p m
6:30 p m| 7:13 a m
6:36 p IS| i:iO a m
J'????> -v.???:?? :.tv. other Una* dally.
iNj- 1 -a. . xpresa DAILY. (Parlor Car
J?, '?? :?inpi l and Pullman Richmond to
(.inclnnatl, Lqtilsville and St. Louis.
LSarecu at Gordonsvillo tor Orango
and principal stations on Southern Rail?
way north Orange.
n<-. 2?DAILY. Pullmans Old Point us
15 ,? Cincinnati ana Louisv.lle.
X1C.-..J served on Dlnlns Cars oa Nos. t
and o weit of O-rdonvillo.
< ncsapeake and Ulilo ai rives at Norfolk
12.1? p ;:? and 7:03 p m. Arrives at Ports
"11 Ulli i- 10 m. and 7:30 ?. m.
For further Information apply to
J R. W'ILLCOX. Ticke: Agent, or
F. v> . CS HD, Passenger Agent.
C. nn:i o Picket oi:....-. Grar.oy street,
Noiloik, Va.
JOHN D. POTTS.
Asst, General Passenger Aceat.
A /""I" ?1la.VIIC
/llfi wast
Cko \jm i^s IOAsT.
(Norfolk .?.- rrarolln? Rftlt rnntl.l
_IN EFFECT JANUARY 13th. 1899. *
I l No. 101. '
Elation*, i No. 4?. D'I'y ex.
I Ually. I Sunday.
Lv. Norfolk .I 'Jam a m| 2:3) p vtk
' oi : 9 J uac.! a in, 2:43 p m
Ar. Suffolk. \ a.;.'.<i.i a u> 3:17 p u>
Ai 'I tints. N. C.10:50 a tu 4:13 p m
Ar. Hobgood. N. C.112:00 m | 5:3? p us
Ar. i....... o. N. c_112:21 p ml 6:00 p a
Ar. Rocky Mount. N.C.I 12 ->0 p mj 6:33 p DS
Ar. Wllllamston, N. C
Ar. Plymouth, N. C. ...
Ar. Wushluglon, N. C.,
Ar. Klnslon. N. C. .. .
Ar. Wilson. N. C.I 2:13 p m| 7:10 p m
Ar. G Isboro, N. C_1 .::21 |i ml 7:30 p m
At Wilmington, N. C.| 6:3d p mi 9:40 a us
Ar. Payal ley ilia
Ar. Flat cm
Ar. Charleston, S. C...110:50 p m| ?:o3 a in
Ar. Columbia. S. C.|lo:20 p mlll:00 a no
Ar. Augusta. Ga .I 7:53 a mi 7 .35 a n?
Ar. Atlanta. Go. .112:35 p m[12:J5 p SI
A: mjioh. Gi .|11:? a m[ 11:18 jsm
Ar Savannah Ga., 1 a m| S:15 a n>
Ar. Jacksonville. F'a..! 7 .30 a iu|12a*)p u?
n . ts dally connects wlla A.C.l. uols
?3 to: a1' oolnla South.
.\o. : 3,daily,cxccpl Sunday, makescloks
?Onnccllon at Hobgood for WasblngU
N C. Klnston, N C. and Plymouth. H.
C. and oil Eastern Catalina po:nis; alto
in lto ky Mount wit!. A. C. L train *? tit
all points South.
No. 103, daily, except Sunday, makes
close, connection at Ahuskle tor Windsor,
N. C. and Stations on W. & P. lt. R.
Trains arrive .it Norfolk at 3:33 j. m.
daily, also at 10:25 a. m., dally, except
Sunday.
No. if runs through without cta.ni.-ai
Norfolk to Wilmington.
iiagcago cbei ked ji i'ompany's Ncrfo".B
wharf, and also at of lice of pasn mds
und Ticket agent 171 Mam al?*eal i-ippw.
ills Atlantic Hotel).
For tickets to oil points South. sleipl.-g
rar reservations and general luformauiaj
vail v u or address.
J. A. NE l? GEB AU EH,
Passenger .nid Ticket ag nt.
JAMES F. MAUPLW.
GeriBi.il Forwarding Agint.
II. M. EMF.KSON. Gen. Pass Agenu
G. M SERPELL. Gen Manager.
T. ? EMEHSON. Trafllc Manager.
KorfoiK i E??IH Ein"! B. C
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 19th, 1838.
MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
folk DAILY (except Sunday) 10 a. in.
i r Elisabeth city. Edcnton. Mackey's
Perry, Koper, Pantego, Belhaven, Et.;.
Connects at Ed. tuon w Hi N. ? S. R. R.
steamer as follows: Daily (xeout Sun
ii i\? to.- l lytnoulh. Jiimesvllle, William?
s'.on and Windsor. TUESDAY. TH?RS
?? VY ind SA I'URDAY tor .;il landings oa
Chowon river, on MONDAY and Flil
i \\ i r uppernong river, connecting ait
haven with sleamcr Virginia Dare for
v .' ',. cyvtlle. South Creek; Aurora. Wash
in-ton and Intermediate landings. Con
:'u7:-. at Elisabeth City with steamer
New Bern* MONDAY and WEDNES?
DAY for Itoanokc Istund, oct-acoke.
Oriental and New Ucrne. N. C.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR
cv'ji u'.,r i i ?,? m. it ES DAY, THUKS
DAV ..nd SATURDAY lor Elisabeth City.
Fdcntan and way stations. Connects at
I '?., . uy Willi too steamer Neuss for
1 lanoko Island, Newbeme. Moreheud
Cits' Ltngsion and Goi.:sborm, via A_ da
N" t ix and for J ickshuvllis, W.lming
; ? 'n, v; :.ial lor atatlo'.is on tho W. St
W. R. R- _
\F.RIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAILAND EXDRESS DAILY (except
q'.,,.,. i .it i:23 p. m and morning train
at 11 a m TUESDAY. THURSDAY and
SvTURDAY connecting with all rail und
.team line'* ' at Norfolk for tho North,
i ist ind West Passenger station at foot
of Fast Main str. ??:. Norfolk and West?
ern'depot- Frslghl btation on Watea
sliccl.
P\STF.RN CAROLINA DISPATCti
V FREIGHT LINE AND OLD DO
ION I INF. between all points NortH
and i ist Ma Nor! '.:, and Norfolk and
Southern Railroad and Eastern Nonn
Freig'ht received dally at 5 p. m. an<8
forwarded promptly a: low rate.
Ear further u i ' : |PP'X <? *h?_
General Ofllce of tno N. .v s. it. it. Co..
Norfolk, Va. n r H17DQlr48
General FrelRht I Pa -senger Agent.
M. k KING General Manager._
1/i OR P.P'IIM v.D. I'ETERSBORO,
* CLAREMONT, OLD POINT.
NEWPORT NEWS AND JAMES RIVER
LANDINGS DIRECT BY
pay LIGHT
Virginia Na> Company's Elegant
Saloon steam, i POCAHONTAS leaves
Clyde wharf, Norf l< every TUESDAY.
THURSDAY ?nd SATURDAY at 7 u. m?
toucliliig .nt i mouth, Newport News)
and Old Point going apd returning, nr
rlvtns ->t Rh Inn id iut 5:30 p. in., coa
..... ilng with ..ii ev n n? tra ns.
Fare to Klchntcnd; Jl 50.
To Rlchtnond and irturn, 82.50.
To Rlehu ? t. second- lass. $1.00.
T ckcts i than any other
route to Rl limond. Petersburg. Waverly
Htck'l tatlo on Atlantic and
i . .. , iiiioad ui ' all points via,
R chm nd
pi r BAls at ket agencies of
W c t S s n, H. B . it, and on board
? received daily .Sunday except
c,., f0| .ibovo named points.
t.Ml 3 v. M'CARRICK.
LV t ? S IL.GPLAR LINE STEA2a*,
. . PHILADELPHIA.
ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM NOR.
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA,
f. er notice steamers are ap,
to i i f""ii Norfolk every MO.V.
v. DNESI 'A Y and SAT U R DAI
v oi and from Phlladelnhla
TUESDAY. THURSDAY ana
S \TURDAY,
b tls of ladlnr: to all pofVit*
I Southwest via Seaboard Mr
? > ?? ;',!; Utne Virginia and
? Air I .in-. Southern Railway
k and Carolina and Norfolk ami
Southern Ratlrnud?
JAMES W. McCARRlCK
Gencrrl Southern Agent. Norfolk Vau
WILLIAM P CLYDE ft CO
General Agents. Philadelphia _
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