Newspaper Page Text
it i: a i/i Y.
REMARKABLE INCREAS : IN VAL? UES AND WHAT IT TEACHES. (Communicated.) The most striking sign of ttie times la tho rapid Increase of values. For a series of months the stock markets have exhibited wonderful activity and enormous transactions. Long before tho return of prosperity, personal property manifested every Indication of being tho favorite investment; and there Were many reasons for It. For example real estate bore almost the entire bur? den of taxation: Kineo it was easy to hide personal property. And the fact that stocks and bonds formed the basis of ready negotiation with banks and Individual capitalists gave the holders every facility for transacting business at once. Not so, however, with renl es? tate, which did not command as prompt a sale. But now all is changed! The movement North is already on a grand scale: not more remarkable, in? deed, the excitement in the stock mar? ket than the general rise of real es? tate. In a recent Interview lite late Gov? ernor Flower, of New York, referring to all parts of the United States, said: "There is going to be the greatest in? crease In hind values which this country has ever known. And understand this, ton: it will not l>f> because somebody wants to aril real estate. H Is tt rather large Incident in tho forward movement that will mark the close of this ci-n'ury and the beginning of the next. Personally, I do not deal In real estate, except as the exigencies of business occasionally demand: and so you can see that under ordinary circuinstetnccs I would not be apt to know very much about real es? tate vahies. But conviction of the fact that I have stated has been forced upon me. it is something that Is going to happen, and there Is nothing that Will prevent It. We see the effects of It right here on Malthatl ti Island now: and from nil over the country word comes thai the same thing Is felt In all sections. I'm your linger on the rock botlnm fact that value- in ilils country are booked for an Increase, and an in crenhe that Is stehle. We have bad nur fill "f wild-rat booms and paper cities, und now Wo arc going to have the sub :-: a r: la !s. We have eaten soup Ions enough. That Is: the beginning n.tjd end of it- -a permoin nt Increase In values." The principal cause of the rush to acquire real estate In the North" Is the Pill Iii the rate of interest. Ten "years BgO, 0 per cent. i the favorite rate there: and It hail been much higher. During the Inst three years f, per cent, was above 'be mnrkel rate, which has been ntendlly falling, until the heav? ier*! Investmcnta are now at 2 per cent. In choice bond? or stocks. Bui net so in the South, where money ras high, for various reasons: the banking-capital bid been much loo small, and the hulk of our real estate waa count ry-1 intl;. Sympathizing with the Northern advance, houses and lots, south of the Potomac, whether in eitle? or in their Hubhnbs, nro already In .act? ive demand, '".vine to recent legisla? tion, Indeed, Virginia is emphatically the State where real property la to grow rapidly in value, i if course it Is normally affected by the r.< nernl c nines above referred to; but th'> special cl? ement i-; I lie hot pursuit of personal property to hear Its tax-burden in every form. The situation is entirely reversed ?f ir in rsonnl values are cer? tainly put under a cruel Ban. Some limes they are taxed in various form?, the same pieces of properly actual!} paying a double lax: ami If it is not re? ported for single or double taxation, the interest of tho owner is forfeited. An- | <:,ntiy, real estate was regarded as having a permanent value: that is why it Is called Real. The great Lord Mans-I held remarked, in. than a hundred years ago, "There are two ways of in? vesting money: one of which Is to buy real estate* which may result in losing the income: but tlio principal is .saved, und it steadily grows. The other way is to buy stocks; and. in that way. you may save the interest and lose tho principal." Capitalists have long sought tr> combine the advantages of each, by lending money on real estate; but since the great INCREASE of taxation, and the FALL of interest on it to 5 per cent:, the disadvantages of this oper? ation have become manifest. In Nor? folk, for example, the net Interest is no longer <> per cent.; but it is less than :i per cent. If then, the view of Governor Flower is correct, wise men will make haste and einvert money inlo lots and ten? ements. Really there was not a Houndi r financier in Ann rlcaj fog by his own eft irts, and starting In life without cap? ital, he became one of Hie weal? thiest men in the city of New York. Not only had he acquired many mil? lions, but he made it honestly. Neither can it escape our notice, that our ablest and soundest tluanclers are purchasing large blocks of property in Norfolk. Some Of them hive never liefere been known to favor real estate: their wealth has been acquired In handling mort? gage.: and stocks. But they arc quick lo perceive the change of the tide. Wit? ness the heavy -ales on Granby, Plume, Church and other attractive streets, and the grand Impulse to Lambert's Point. ? It is also a fact that wealthy non? residents are planting their money here. Tin y are attracted by the concentra? tion of railways at this port and by the numerous improvements now being made. Every day tells of now factories springing tip. For with the vast amount of cheap coal daily arriving In Hampton Roads, it lias become absolutely cer? tain that the besl seaport on the At? lantic seaboard is also to become a great manufacturing centre. Ind.1. the indications are most favorable to Norfolk's being this year, the terminus of all the great Southeastern railroads, some of which operate from the At? lantic to the Pacific. The last named ocean is already the great American lake; and the Nicaragua Canal will enon bring the trade of Asia to the At? lantic seaboard?that is, inevitably to Norfolk, as the coaling point, and also tlio best port (for distributing impor? tations) south of New York. Already the greatest city ef our country Is mak? ing Immense shipments abroad from Hampton Roads instead of its own ha i be?r. Governor Flower was evidently right In declaring that the next real estate movement Is to be a solid and perma? nent advance, and no! n pernicious boom- A VIRGINIAN. .v B.?The unexpected death of Mr. Flower has forcibly illustrated and pointed the moral. During the entire year ho had real? ized a profit of a million dollars a mnn'h: but the sudden disappearance from Wall street of that impressive personality excited a panic, in which stc. ks fearfully collapsed, showing thai there is a substantial difference be? tween real estate and personal assets. A VIRGINIAN. G J\. S3 T.' O X J\. . Boars tH Kincl You Hino Alr-ays The descent is certain from weak lungs, lingering coughs, throat troubles or bronchial affections through bleed? ing lungs, to consumption, if the firm Stages are neg? lected. Thou? sands of peo? ple who are now in their graves would be alive and well to-day if they had heeded the first warnings of those troubles which lead to consumption and death. The hacking cough, spitting <>f blood, weak lungs, and all simil.it troubles of the organs of breathing, will surely lead to consumption, if they ate not already the signs of it. Then there are the other indi? cations of the approach of consumption, such as night-sweats, emaciation, or wait? ing away of Hcsh from bad nutrition, which, if neglected, lead to certain death. Ninety-eight per cent, of all the eases of weak lungs, bleeding lungs, lingering and obstinate coughs, and oilier bronchial and throat diseases, which have been tteated with Dr. Piercc's Golden Medical Discov? ery, have been cured by it. Do not wait until your throat trouble becomes serious. All bronchial and throat troubles <j><- seri? ous. The time to take the "Golden Medi? cal Discovery " i^ right at the start. liven if your throat trouble has been neglected until it has been pronounced pulmonary disease ?>: consumption, do not hesitate to use the "Golden Medical Pis covery," for thousands ? >! letters from the sufferers themselves, who are now well, bear evidence that the "Golden Medical Discovery " will cute, even aftt t good phy? sicians have pronounced the disease pul? monary consutnpti in. ?' I had been troubled ?i:h bronchitis for ?rv ernt years." writes mi? Orlln O'llara, lu.x tu. Fergus Calls, Ottcrtail Co . Minn. " In the liist place I had sore thront. I <l lorrd with differ cut physicians nnd look various medicines, l ie gm nn ifli-i l raised from mythroal a sticky substance like the white ?>i nn egg Could not sleep, and had made up ray mind that l would not live through tlic winter, i look Di t'lercc'j Golden Medical piscavcry and 'Pavorltc Pre scriptinn ? alternately and' in .1 few davi liecaii to see that I was bettet I took eight 1 Kittles I h ive not felt a" wc'.l in yens ;i. Mim e using Hi?.- mrdii iie? ' Unfnilahtc Mr Pierre's Pleasant Pellets for constipation and biliousin is. l) II IK! < <>.. Knill more, .Mil. IV.ADL ME A MAM A.IAX TABLETS POSITIVELY > PRI A 1.1. .v. .-.,?* 1)1?,.... ? KSIIlne Mam or.. ImMlancjr.nltNniliHWi.f u- ,.. and by Ahnsttiei'other Kiews? and Intlls erctlons. !l*e? quirklu auH tunfu raaoralAsI Vh iliij in ol.! nrjoann, nod fit nniaa for study,tniftinff hoi laarrfagfl I'll ?"Jllt il.si.Mly i.n.l <'.ii,r.liui|>!iun il Uvkm In tin.,.. Ihelr dm ?i-'i^ iBimtdiaio Intprots. nwml ana assets a OORB whan all othifa tau, tu tin! iij.nn l.i.m-t: Um. r--i -.-.in.. Aler. Tullirlo. i l.t j IlilTr ein.1 Iho.i Mndl and Mil c-irii ?nil. Wo eive .1 posiiiTi. m Itton gaarantepto rCTort cur?In o.:. n cas? arraluad thomouer. Prlco SO cants nor nnul un ,,r Six PkOksns Ifnll tr0.lm-tt!: t?,- r'.'V. II, r.iml, in 1'h.m ?'->rrr'- ?!.?"? ?????"!?? ol nrli ?. C'lrcalai ;n-e. AJAX REMEDY CO., ngE??l?* Vor sale in Not folk, Va., by Durrow, Mai 1 in & Co. and it. i\ llolmes Ac Co., druggists, fe3-tu.t h.sn-ly SUMMER LA W SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY or VIRGINIA. 90lh Pommer Toni, July 1 m Sopl; I, l-?0. In mountainous and non-malarial hi etinti of Virginia. Tbeei.ureeshave proved jieoultar Iv prnfllnblo lo becinnrrs; lornndiduti a for ml. mission to t heharnnd toprm-i itionerr ivhohuvo lacked systomade instruction or necil review. Pel catalogue, .vldrc;..? 11. <'. Mv.nl:. :-ei 'y. i harlotics\ ille, \ a. Kittle SVER fPILLS. a -a mm \ RirW neidaehoand tfi tlenl lo a l-'.lioiu h'.j I):, aim is, N uisea, U _nil g. I'.! ? ? r ' tho trout lea inr>|. a aystam, such n? is. I?i - t . . after Wlr'i -l-i n Mown iu curing flP tt'lUil. Rcarlacue, yet Carter's Llltlo LWar TMii ars equally ?aluabloln e'en ?.: latinn, rurlmtauil ;r.v rooting tbiaaannyh a< oniuldut, while th< y alra corrsetsll.llsordi of tuosi nusclMtlmtilata sho iver im! regulato lUo bowels. Urcn U tuey only A.-'.ofiipy would boi liu n t pxferiesf. ilhosewha niifTi r frum i ula<!lstrer.aiti|| eoiuplali .. imt fortii natolythelrgooducasili netonilhere.andtti iso orlioooca tr> lUctn ?rill ?nH l!i<-rtc littlo pills v.-.l.i ?bis in so many w rsthatthay will not i>.^ wii liL,: to do L.ti.o.u ti.- m. li :t afloi .i:iti.? a'.ad Istbsbansof sntnany livc.i ilist hers Is where wo make our r,r.*t bu.wt. o.u- pills euro it whiu Ol).^:3 Uo aot t.'ui!i-i-H l ittle Liver rills ere very *maii and %-ery f??y la tai.^. Oi<e or '."o pills inskoa dose. Xtaey are strictly vegel il I? ?u 1 <i > not gripe cv purge, but by Ihelr gentle aetloa pleaso .ill who uso ihciu. In vislsatSS cents; live for fi. Hold by druggists avcrywasre, or scat I y :ua;l. CARTER MEOICI IE CO., New York. U fill W fc?. M\ hk When in r.^ea of BUILDING MATH? P.IAI.. A\ lndow and f? or Pramvs, ail kinos Ti r. ri'ork. Ilraiket Work, Btaln \Vor.?. 'n any de?lgn. also Mantels, eh ip ami high grade: all k'ni* Moiilding. Church Werk, liar Fixtures Oct orlcei from W. E. WINBORNE, DERKLET, VA. ?AGENT FOR? W1NBORNE5 & REA, . EDEN'TON, N. C. A full stock of the above mentioned material. H:orohouso near Perry Ilrldgs pei Kiev, i'liono No. 1.209. auH-ly HARD WOOD ! IN CAR LOAD LOTS jt.i?>it Received. The best for Wood Heaters, seasoned or green. Deliver any quantity. chas. e. scott & co. 200 LOVITT AVENUE. Old Phono *5L , . New Plionp JISS. TRAVELERS' GUIDE, Atlanta. N>*r O ?Ipiin^. Augwita, Macon, Cliniiaii<?i|;a. Naalivllle, Memphis, Florida, Vm?hs, Calirnrnin ?nd i lio ?'iiiiri<s,nn?,._ Tn Effect Dec. H. 1899.1 No. ?I. ! No 40? T.v. Norfolk .! ?n:0'! n rr.' ??:?) t? m " ?'nrt?mriith fl.A f. I n-y\ B ,?i y-,-, ? m Ar. Suffolk ... "| !>:-.n a ,n! !':'.C t. m ? r.ewlston .. N.r.i i ot p mf. ?? Weiden .. .8.A LI il:M> a ml 11 in p ni ?? Henderson .. " ; 1:50 r> ml 13 M t ? " Raleigh ... " I 3:34 p ml 3:1? . ? ?? Southern Pinea " I 6:5S p mi 4:23 n m ?? Wilmington .. " ;.? ir o-. .? " Charlotte .. " [?10:23 r> ml T 50 i .? " Columbia C NftT. l!11:Ss n ml l:ts p m " Anirii<ta .C.&W C|!10:Wl a m! ?4:5? p m " Athena .. ..S.a.Lt ?3:45 a ml 1 :13 n m " Atlanta (Ce.Tfme)] 5:30 a ml V 50 p m "? Macon . C.ofOaH 11 10 a ml 7:30 p m " Jacksonville I'lantj 7:5$ p ml ?;4S -i m ?? Tampa .. ..l'lantl S ??> a ml H:4S p m " Montgom'y W.ofAl ift "i n mi 9:!0 t> in ?' Mobil- .. ..L.&N.j 3:50 p mj 3 o% n tu " New Orlomi"* . " S!? p mi 7:10 a m " Chat'nooga w*ai 1 ?0 p ml HIS a m " Nashville NC Aft 1.1 3:53 j. ml 7 00 a rn " Memphis KCM.tBl 7:30 p m| 4:00 a Hi ?Dally. (Dally, esc. Sunday. Connections at New Orleans witii s.nith ,-rn PaclBe nnd Texas .V- Pacific ratlwnya for r.ll points In Texas, Mcm.-o anil Call fornta. No. 403?Arrive Portsmouth daily 735 a in. _ No 3S?Arrlvo rortsmouth dally ?:"*o p. in. J. W. BROWN". .Ir . Pass'r Apt.. 199 M iln st . Norfolk. Va MURRAY FORBES, Tr.iv. Pass'r am. i'ortimotuh, Va E ST. JOHN. Vice President and General Mar.a - r V. B. McBEE, aencral Superintendent. Ii. W. B QLOVKR. L S. ALLEN. Traffic Manas* r. <;<-n-l Pass'r As!.. i'ortsmoitth, Va. ~^Ml> southern 4JJv ry. DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES to "all points south. southeast. and southwest. EFFECTIVE MARCH 1S59. l.v. Norfolk .9.00 a ni $.33 p in Ar. Rai' llih ..... .; 3.50 ;> ml HM'J a ni Ar. Durham. ?!:-;;; i> m ;? ;?? a m Ar <;,?<??-n.iioro .| tf.33 |> ml M3 .< in Ar. Salisbury .i V 40 i> m| a m Ar. Ashtvtlle _ .113:10 a n>' 2:33 p :n Ai. H*i BprlnRS .I R39 n in| :;.:.? p m Ar! KnoxV lie .1 4 15 a m 7.30 p in Ar. Charlotlu .', '.'.:.*> p in 7 ... a in Ar. Atlanta .I ;'?:: ? a m p in Ar. >!? lUKomory .. ..j10;:i 1 n iri !?:'> p in Ar. Mobtlo .i 3:45 p m it hi Ar. New Orleans .i k.u p mj 7:40 a ill A: H'.rminuliam .III::? a ?r. |e ?" ;> in Ar Memphis .I 9:-0 p m] 7:15 li in Ar Columbia .I l.?7 a m 1! 'jr. a in August i . k.OO it mi 2.45 p in Ar. B?vnhhah . R.C0 a mj 3.10 p in Ar. Jacksonville .| 6.15 h m| 7.-in p ai Ar. Tampa .I i.iJ p in] 7.U u m Pullman Palace Sleeping cars, f ur ail Information apply n; i im i'l cite i Ulliee, Nniii nml fSrniiby Ncr<*elM, *l*lio??e?i i Baggage called f^r and checked from hotels and residences i>y Virginia Trans? fer Company on orders left at ticket of FRANK S. GANNON, 23 V President and Gen'l Mgr. J. M. CULP. W. A. TURK? Traffic Mar. P'.sa AgL Washington, J*. <\ \V. 11. DOLL. fans. Agt., Norfolk. Va. 5 The following are (he most fash? ionable yachts, and we have received a (till supply of than. "THE RALEIGH," CAPE HAY, _n\VFNP,K,>T ?In Walking Hals? ZA-ZA and PORTO RICO. ON WEDKESDAY, 10th IIISTAKT, We will exhibit the latest styles in Trimmed Mats. They are beauties. S. P. RIES. KJLi Church St. J. W. GAUAGI?. W. N. WALLE?. GPtf & WllLLEI Headquarter for Foreign aiui Uoiiiesii; GeingRt. Li8, Plaster, BUgxb. Sever and Chimney Pip;, Laths, Shingles, Oliicj and warehous^i 12 to 13 PLUMB ST Near lh? Brid je. N O R FO UK VA^ THE HENRY WfiLKE CO., SAW HILL, And Railroad Supplies, HARDWARE AND SHIP CHANDLERY "C ant" and '?(li'.nt Planer," leather Belting, "Giant,"' "Granite," tmJ "Shaw nut" R?btM r Belting. Agent for Knowies' Steam Pumplnt Mai hlne. ner-Colorcd Spots, Aches.'Old rforea, Ul. cers ih Mouth, ilatr Kalling? Write COOK REMEDY ?CO., W.7 M ASONIC TEMPLB, Chicago, 111., for proofs of cures. Capital. t?CO.000. Worst cases cured in 15 to 3* days. 100-raso book free, jui-ix TRAVELERS' GUIDE. BETWEEN NORFOLK AND VIRGINIA BEACH. Iirpii n Itriui i. ?and? CURRITUCK DIVISION, With et camera forming the "EAST VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA LINK." (formerly Tettlfs NVrth Carolina l.ino ana Bennett's Nona Carolina IV.no.) BCHEDULE IN EFFECT APRIL ISS3 MAIN LINE?TO VIRGINIA BEACH LEAVE NORTH ILK, I ..i:ly except Sunday: C:i5 a. ni.. mixed, 10:16 a. m., l ist express, st >ps Only at Kcmpsville, Lynnltaven ami Oeeana. 12:30 p. in., local express. 3;i."> p. in., local ? xpress. 0:eo p. in., local express. 8unda Y 10:13 a. ti-.. fist express, stops enly at Kempsvlllc, Lynnhavcn anil Oeeana. 12:50 i?. id., local expn ss. 3:45 p. ni., local express. 8:00 p. in . local express LEAVE VIRGINIA BEACH. Dully < xi i pt Sunday. !>:ir> a. in., local < xprcss, / i:i'. p. in., mixed. i.M p. in., fast express, stops only at Iveulpsvlllc, Lynnhavcn a.-i Oeeana. 7:1S p. in., local express. 10:00 p. in. through express. SUNDAY. Jl:on a. rn., local . xpress. 2:00 p, in., l.i at expn ss. 4.J" p. :n. fast express, st ps only at Kcmpsville, Lynnhavcn and Oeeana. 7:15 p. m.. local express CURKITUCK DIVISION, LE WE NORF! 'I.K. VA. Daily except Hnm'ay- i0:ej a. in., mix-.i; 5:05 p in., local cxiu' ? s. LEAVE MUNDEN POINT. VA D.uly except Sunday?7:30 a. in., mixed: 2:00 ;>. in., l.' ai expn bs Ail steamers other than Currltuek So.:ti.1 steamers, arrive nnd depart from Ipler No. 1 (ndjslhlng Clyde Line) Watei Mroet Norfolk. Va. Tha'.ns stops ?::!> on signal at Interm - Idiate stations to take on or put off. pas I sciigcr*. W. !\ ASUBURN. sn. I'rt. and I'US*. Act. i;. p HOLLAND, Superintendent. KorfoiK aim Qcsan View Rg. [SHOUT LINK BETWEEN NORFOLK1 AND OLD POINT COMFORT, VIA NORFOLK AND OOEAN VIEW RAILROAD C( iMPANYi FIFTY MINUTE SCHEDULE IN KF 1- Ii? "P NnVI'M!" !! I. ]-??. l?\* |LvT" !Ar. I Ar.' j |Lv. [I.V. (Ar. ! Nor i en 1it n ' lid i >'n Nor folk v? p't ,Vw';_ i P't Vw i Ik AM \.M A..\l AJ??j 0:00 0:20!Speelal A. Ml AM AM ?"::!?? :50 10::? 10:50 11 :?:?> I'M I' M I' M P.M 12:00 12:20 | 1:80 1:50 2:20 i :i.". I S:0O| :?? 10:3 i 11:0? 1! v. I'M p.m p..M ?.\'o local slotis Connects w th I p. in. V. Slid o. ir.i'i. a! old Point. Baggage cheeked t' any point on Sea honrd Air Line anil to all railroad s:a tions nnd steamboat lines In Norfolk ami Old Point. Ixjenl f relit hi leaves Norfolk daily at 7 ami 11 a. in. und f. p. in. Fr. i.^lu r< etved up to Iii mlnut s before len\ i. : time. Special berry pickers' train leaves Nor? folk daily; except Sunday, at <? a, in. making all P. al st ps; trains for ih<- raees, May K is. I!? Icavi Norfolk at I2:00 noon; 12:30. 1:00, i:So, 2:00 and 2:20 i? m., returnli after the rin es. Straight far.' to Old Point Comfort. I", Cents. Fare for round trip to Old P Comfort rrom any part of Nnrfoll . cents. Round trip tickets on ...... bj a.. street car i bin III tor . I>. A. IIEO \RTY, Genna 1 Superintendent. Jill The new nnd powerful iron palace steamers NEWPORT NEWS, WASH? INGTON and NORFOLK w II kino daily a.s follows: NORTH-BOUND. Leave Portsmouth, foot of North street . *5.oo p. m Leave Norfolk, foot of Water street . 5.45 p. in. Leave Old Polnl Comfort.. 0.45 p. in Arrive in VVaslllllgtOn. 7.'?> a. III. Arriv. "iii T'TTiLidi'liilila, Penn. It. U.??10.5? a. m. Art iv. ir Phllndelph a. If. .V o. It. It.??11.00 a. in. Anh.- in New York. Pinn. II. I;. ?M.13 p. ni. Arriv,. in Neiv York, B. & O. R. It. "1.25 p. m. SOUTH-BOUND. Leave New V? rk, Penn. R. lt. M2..-.0 p. m. I..-..VI- Xi w Voll:. 1'.. ,\t O. U. U. ??1.00 p. in j ].. ivi Phil ii.i Iplila, Penn. It. )i. ?3.12 p. in. Leavi Philadelphia, it. A O. R. it. ??3.07 p. in. Arrive m Washington. l'Olin. It. i:. ?6.10 p. in. Arrive in Wash n.gton, P.. ?v o. P.. It. ???.00 o in. Leave Washington.?0.1 I \>. in. Arrive Old Poiiit ? Comfort.... 7 no a, hi. Arrive in Norfolk. S '*> i. in. Arrive in Portsmouth. S-30 iii in. ?Dally. ? ? I inllv, except Sunday. Tickets on sale ai It. A O. ticket Office N. C. oiii .-, al w. T. Walke's and company's ofilce en wharf. l or further Information ni ply D. J. CALLAHAN; Telephon? ill. A.;, lit. SCHEDULE IN FFFECT MARCH 12, ' US9.?LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY. " iO x ci ?For Richmond, Washington, l.vr.chburg anil the West. ??32 d in ?Vcstlbuled Limited f r Itlch. ' ' iitot.il and Washington. Stopi < i :.. at Stiff oik. Wawrty and Petersburg. . o- n in _ f.'or Petersburg, Lynch burg, '' tho West and Southwest. Trains nrrl it Norfolk daily ?.35 a. m., 11 a. ni ?'? Mi? P. Bj. Tickets ": 1 information al itaUoa and 10 Gran' street. _ *"u 1 V. n BEVILL, Gero-ral Passenger Agent ? Tffj ?ttam?? t: s. a. Mccai ;.. op ,?... j'. : : I leg, Norfolk an 1 Jam, , River StcanibOiit l "e, leaves tho N, Y. P A N ?!? ? ????-?>' -MONDAY, WED' v'rQoiY iii FBI da i at <: a tn , with naiscrtEers and freight for Newport .\ .?. aft James River 1 in lings and |Wrsl irg arrlv'hg if PeWrshwi: about 5 p. m.. g v. in.. Rlchi ' passengers about hour 'n Petersl rs before the train ...arriving In Richmond about ? i n m Fare about one-half what it Is by ''il * First-class fare to Petersburg, ||.2j S^Olid-eluSB, 51.00 .10 per cent. ... Vor roiind-ti P ,'?;";?? J*. B Cl OKE, funeral Agcni .1. tgULLIPS, Owner Phones, new and old. N'o. 1?. THE WEST NORFOLK AND PIN". npr's Point Ferry leaven the N. Y. I* ,t N. wharf daily. Sunday excepted, at CM a. ni . S a. in.. '?? "?0 a. m., a. ni. 1" tn PJO P- n>.i 2:-? P- m- 4 P- m- and 6-;0 p. m., making the round trip In W nilnutes Phones, new and old,. No. 130 J. W. PHILLIPS. Owner. la2S- . i;ii4isijiu-ii.uv..?^u>^.^. <-?^i;..v. TRAVELERS' GU-3E. OlflDolJSffisn O/s Lte for new YORK.-Pas. ?enger chip* are appointed t.> sail ff un Norfolt. ai 7:30 j-. in. dally, except Sundav. PROM NEW YOEK-On Monday. Tuesday, Wcdn $? ?Jay, Tiiui ?..iy and Fri? day at p, in,. Saturdays '.V p. ni. PASSENGER ACCOMM >DAT10NS UNSUBPAS; Fare. IhcludlttS meals a:-. I r.atorocm berth .S S.00 Round trip llltniud to .'?' 1 i> .*). ,: 00 Kor tickets and reservation ol i .'. ? rooms apply at ticket otllce, 1?9 Math Street? or at general of .-. at wh irt Ship; !oa\c old tuirt :? r Norfolk Sun day about iti a. m. TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAM I RS Hampton Roads, J. S. Warden, 1 n ly, Accomack ami Virginia Date. ?.? : Only, except Sunday, from Compart} a wharf, Norfolk. FOR OLD POINT?AI C:t3 and It 13 ai ni. 3:43 and 7:10 p.-in.; Portsmouth. 6 /. ..t 10:05 a. m. and 3a'-5 p m.; Day lane wi Norfolk at ti.ij and 11:30 i. tu. and 1,00 p. in. FOR HAMPTON?AI II:1S a. m: and 3:l."> and T.i" p. in.; Portuitouth, '>" Bud 3:05 li. m.j Bay Lino wharf tit ii:30 u rh. aixl 4:00 p. in, OH NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH FIELD?At ?:3t? p. in.: Portsmouth, 2:43 p m.: liny Line; 3 o p. m. FOR WARE \ND FAST RIVERS \t 6:15 a. ni.i Portsmouth, a. m.l Bay Line, C:ij a, in. FOR NORTH K!VEIl-*">n Mor ly. Wednesday and Friday at 6:15 a .: . Portsmouth, 0:W a. in.: Bay Line, c.?> a. in FOB SEVERN RIVER?Or. Tursday; Thursday and Saturday iit 6!i.*i i n> : Portsmouth, t.3> n. in,; l ay Lit.-; 6:43 a. m. FOR BACK. POQ.UOSIN A NTi YORK LIVE!: I.AM'lxct: WIn'U.Mi NECK ?'in Monday. Wcdiio.*d:i> lind Friday at C:2i a. m . Portsmouth, C:J0 a. in . i iy l.iue. C.-'.l a. ? !. i: ttiin li.- ? -'t ?wins < FOR NANSBM?NB ItlVKit AND PFF FOLK- At :?' t? ;< m.i i oi isniouth. ; i p. m. Connect at Sufi ilk with Su(! and Carolina railroad. Freight f. r Ware. East. North. Severn, Bark, Pocttiosln, York ai i NausenlohO r.vor landings luiifit lie prepaid All schedules suhjuct to change without notice. Freight for W.ish'ngton and Now p.-rn. Nj c, received at niul delivered from Norf? Ik and Southern rnllroad depot Freight received dully, exrc.pt Ktimlayr until 5:10 p. m. M. B. CROW ELL Agenl EALTinCRE STEAM PACKET CO. BAY LitvtG. COMMRKCINti M' N01*. Y. .'.to S. IS73 L\ Portsmouth, it Bh ?trert..ISiIJ p in l.v. Norfidl Math street .16:00 p in Lv tVd Point iiygeia Plei.<;.v> p in Ar. Baltimore. I nloii Dock. 7 -.eo .? in NOUTHliOUNO ; P It It ' Ti .V ? > ' l.\ linttlmoro .i 7 t.'. :\ mit " 53 a m Ar. Philadelphia .MO i ?> '? :<> ;* c in Ar. New York . _?!! 11 ;? tii.tK.Zj n n S< 1 1 hit?UKU . ; iV It it 1 1!. it O. Lv Net? 'iV.rlt .: '2 :10 p m| l.eo p m Lv Philadelphia .1 !4:lt p ml 13:07 j> m Ai Ball . Canton _i !7 ? |i ml :i..9 p :n Lv. Baltimore. Unten !'?>;?;<.r,:31 p n Lv. Baltimore, Canton . JU0 n m Lv Qtd P itni . 6:1? ,i m Ar. Norfolk . J ??) .? in At, l'ortainouth . k.jj u. :a I?Dally except Sunday, '-Dally. Ticket* s >tu io alt points North, East and West ami baggngo caecKnd to desil. I nation. Staterooms icservcd upon apiill ! chiton in person at the company's otar?, N > "> V. ui. Mai.i street, or cu boaiti ii'teoaier. Kiclght wilt not he received after l p. : ni. to ko forward that day. j l*>r luiihi-r information apptv t.~ KEY COMPTON, oei -it Agent, .T W. HltOWN. Jr . Southern Pa tenger Agent. CAFE \ l^vYork, PUAOl rf-i Philadelphia '''?KA!!-'-d and Norfolk ROUTE V Railroad. QUICK TIME-LOW RATES. TWO i'UAINS ::.\ril WAY. SCHEDULE IN :.. r la f MONDAY. APRIl, S3 1>.<\ LEAVE no It FOLK. 7:43 a. m. daily, except Sun do v.?(Rarta. mo.uli. illgh iitrfeti 7:30 *. in) Arrive at Phllailelphla i.? p. Ill : New York ut s.^S p. m. LEAVE NORFOLK C-ro n. m. dally; Portainouth, High street ; t>. :d. Arrive ai Ph'iladelplil i, ;. \\) n. m ; New Vork, 7:43 a. m ARRIVE AT NOKKOLK. j:fO a. m. da ly; Portsm titli, High street 1 ?:10. Iea.vin.: New York .it ? i m.: Philadelphia: E 10 p. hi ARRIVE AT NOIlFOLK. 7:"/) p. m. dally, except Sunday (Poris* mouth. Il!;;ii Btrect. s."0 p. m.) loavlnp Now York at S:00 a in.; Philadelphia. 1" . I a, m. Clone connection made ??:!' all rail and sound lln^s t.? and from I ton ton. Pullman Sleeping <.i:- on night tr^trn hctwern Jersey City. Pliiladtlphl.i ar.il Cape Charles. Pullman Buffet ParlT C.ir? on Cay tr.i'.-.s hetWoon I'hiladelpliia and V:.\>o Charles. Through tickets toUi and buKBagc rhecked at Walke** Agency, iihilei Ai? luntic Hotel, and on .-:> imers. it it. COOKB, CcncT.l Passenger and Freight Agent. 01P7.CT ROUTE, jrOR BOSTON AND Pi'.OVlDENCB. i-.. Hoston-^Monday . Wednesdays and Erlduy* tit 6:00 p. m FOR PROVIDENCE. Every Tuesday; Thurad.i} and s.it-ir. An . ii| C'.flO p. in FAKES TO BOSTON AND PROVI D.knch. First-class, Including meals an.I stateroom berth :.. ' Interincdiate, Inciud r? meal* at 2nd t.it.le arid saloon ft ncr. nm her:. '' ? Ft er ape including meals intl bUi . Perlslialile freight sent via, Provultnct forwarded l.y early ti i to B st ti und at tlit. same rate ai by u rcct steam i tu liosion. I'o' furtlnr Infornnt m Apply l> R 11 WRIGHT. As N'oi folk V i A D. ST eh it ins. A vi Traffic M -. W. P. TURNER. Gen ' . Aj ? j. C. WHITNEY. Ti < Man General Ot:i ? ??. ?: -. _ * T?ANTiC A.n :> ?\ DA N VI LI '* E.V.v.-ay B( HEDULE IN EFFEt i' M A Y ? IS9S TRAIN No. 1.?Iiinily l.ettyes N folk frvun wliarf fool of Matin v sti.ro: i; > ln; a m ; West Norfolk, at 3?1 a. m for Danville ar.d Intermediate points, airiv z.t ui Danvlllo at t:2? p m I'll A IN NO. 3?Ball;. eM?j? S lay Leaves Norfolk t O p in A est Norfolk? 7.10 p. m, r.rrivins a; Danville .,. jA,j o'i.iock a. ni. TRAIN no. 4 arrives .it Norfolk at 19::? n m.. daily except Sui i ij TRAIN NO. 3 arri\ci ai Norfolk at 5:ij p m., daily TRAIN NO. 3 connect' at D--.tist.-m Juno: on with Norfolk I Western ralj. : i ! fir Durham nr. 1 nurmedlate point* TRAINS NOS. 1 AND 3 connect a: Jef. fr?ss Junction and Danvilis for all point* er. tho Southern .Railway ^yt.-m I'nlim.m ?leeps between Danvlllo arid Akheville. Atlanta. Jack' ..v..'.e, Memphis and New Orleans. Tickets on yalo ar-.'l b*zz it;e Chocked at Walke's agency and ceinpurty'* wharf. Norfolk, and at Emmerion .S: Wfl son's agency Portsmouth Steamer City of Chester touches at N. T., P. and N. lt. K. wharf on outgoing trips. WM. H, TAYLOR, Traffic Mo.nager. CHAS. O. HAINES, Gcr.cr.l Manager. TRAVELEHS' GUIDE. d&h Chesapeake & Ohio Rtiv l"OR RICHMOND. XV a SHI NO TO N. CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE. Uli c RAGO? ST. LOUIS. ETC. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JANUARY 19, _W ESTB< UJ N I> _ i No. 1 I No. 3 Lv. Portsmouth .. ..i 7:40 a tn; 3:00 p m 1 ?>Orfu.I ?.:> a ni, 2.30 u 111 ?.??'?? ? N'ewa . , 0:13 n mi <:jipn '? . 11 .jo a m| -4L50 p ii? .v. . :rn,~i:40 p mi u ? - ? MUO p in, U:30 p im '?-? :. ! M.Vnllne CharlottCsvUlo .. Ar. Staunton . . . Ar. Va. Hot Springs.. Ar. Clifton Fort* Ar. Cincinnati . .. Ar. L?iiUviliu . Ar. Chicago ... Ar. St. Lout? - ? i> in, 10:20 p n> i '? ;? :i: :.ij a in ?. t p ml 4:23 p ni 1 p in 7:25 a. n? S:ii p in S:?J p :r, 7 ..j .i ml 6:li p iu .. ? :u 8:00 p in 5:30 ? in 1:15 a in -j 6:56 .. mi <:30 a - i ?I ? ?' ? cxcep - ? : ?>?. other Um* ilati?. No ; '. .;. 1 xptoss DAILY, U'arior Car to III ?: ? . . Pulln ir. lu.rtmond 1? Ciiiclnna.il, Louisville and St. Louis. Conn ... Gordoiisville :or Orauif* ant prli n ona on Soulbern Kail wny north ol Orange. :??.. S.?I AlLY Pullmans Old Point to Hi:.ten. Cincinnati anil Louisville. r Cars on Nos. t and wf.it of Gcrdonvllla, Chesapeake ai l ui . ? nrrtve? nt 'Norrolle 13.15 p in. and V.o.. p in Arrives at I'orts liiouth 12:40 ji ::i. and 7:70 p. m. For further Information apply Ko J R. W1LLCOX, Ticket Agent, or F. \v. CURD, Passenger Agent. C ami O Ticket v.m.it. iJiat.uy street* Noifolk. V -.. .'(Ml*: P I'OTTB, Asst General l assenger Aceat. At :. i tic toi^r uara A. C I On 'Dpi .t rnrnlinri Rnltronit.l IN EFFECT JANUARY 15th, liOO. \ ?. .. i 1 No. 101 Billions. . No |j DTj ex. 1 Dally. , Bund ,j. Li Norfolk .; :>.? > a ml 2:29 P m Poris Juno. ;i..; a tu 2:43 p m ? Hi Itolk, Va.|lO;00 a Ml] 3:11 p iis ?\i Tunis, N. C.10:50 a iu, 4:15 p ;a Ai ;, ... od; C.iJ.vj in , o.m p iu Ar ...! ooio N. C _ p ml 6:00 p ia Ar. Roi lv} Mount, x C 50 p inj ti:J5 p us A- VV1.. iml-w. A C.I 6 ...5 p ia" Ar. Plymouth, x. C.~T:40 p in) Ar. WbshiuEton, N. C.. 7.20 pro K !>? in. N C. 7:55 p ia Ar Wilson. N. C.i p ml 7:10 p m Ar. Gi labar?, x. _i 3:21 p in 7:^0 p m At. Wilmington, N. C.| 5 .,.> ;> ln| t'.io u n? Ar. Fayettovilte, x. C..| ?? -?? p ml 1:00 a in Ar. Florence, o. '."., 7..5;iin, 5.15 nn? Ar. Charleston, s. C...|10:5Q p inj 6:03 a in Columbia t*. c.10:30 p miit:00.a m Ar. Aiiif iM'.a. <: i. ?:, a m . :."-i a as Ar. Atlanta, 'ia.12:35 p m 12:35 pn Ar. Macon. Gi.|U:15 a m|ll:15 a m Ar Savannah. Ga.' 1:. 0 a,ni; S:I5 a n? Ar. Jacksoi , FU;.| 7 30 a r.i. 12:50 P M .?."? ? ?ally connectt with a C.U trala l.: in: a" uolnta SoUlb. No. l03.dally,ex p; Sunday, makes elos? u>Minection at llobgtiod for VVnshlngltru N C. Kins-. N t'. and I'lymrtuth, t. c sal all Eastern Carolina points; alia m; R ky Molint will. A. C. 1 train "? fas all point* Sunt:?. S 103, dally, except Sunday, makes i n' - connection at Ahoskle for Windsor, N C., and stations .>a W. ,\i i'. it. R. alns arrive at Norfolk at r>:r>i |. m. dally, also at 10:22 a. in., dally, except Blindly; ;> runs IhroilRh .vlthout cl am.? x folk t>> 'a tlintngton. I:ji:c?>>:?' cheeked it Company's Norfo'.H Wharf, :.nd nl*o at ofllcn of paasinxiar and . . .. sjtenl Kl JJ.i a at.vet i ippa. Sil? Atlaulle Hotel). [?'or lli-Kets '..? .'.i points South, alaipi.'ij rai reservations and cenerai laiormatfisj tail vu or cutlrea.i, J. A. NEUOEIjAUETH, Passenger and Ticket as; >??:. J \ Mi:s ;? MAI TIN. Gonoral Forwarding ?. i:: n t, II M. EMERSON, Gen Puss Aceat. O M. SnttPELL. <7>-n Manager. T. M EMICItSON. Trafftc Hanauer. it s mum 11 c SCHEDULE ix EFFECT OCT. IDih. liOS. MAIL AND EXPRKSS LEAVES Null, l . .. OAILV ' xi opt Sunday) 10 a. in. i . liliaabuth city, Hdcnton Mackey's Perry, Roper, Panlego, Uclhavcn, Etc. . onnccts a: HdCliton u tli x. ? S. R. it. ,, iiiier as follb'ws: llntly txeept Sun> duvl u>r Plymouth. Jameavtllo, William s-oii anl Windsor. TUESDAY, TH?RS DAY knd SA i URDAY for all landings oa . iiownn river. On MONDAY and FRt i w I r Scupperh nis river, connecting;at 1 kihneuu with steamer Virginia Dare for \j ' yvillc, : ????ii Creek, Aurora, Wash iiiii on anil intermediate landings. Con Iitv-ta ii Elizabeth city with steamer N Ucrne MONDAY and WISDNES J,VV i i- ROanokfl Irland. Ucracko. Oriental and New Herne, N. C. I VRN1NC1 EXPRESS LEAVES N'Ort-" Fti . al I 1 ;? m. TUESDAY. THURS 1 ,1 ..i.a SATURDAY lor Elisabeth City' .... ;!.in and >>a> stations. Connects at . i -.it City with the steamer Xeuse for .... Island. Newbernc, Moreliead ... Kingston and Qoldsboro, via A. as N It iC, and for Jacksonville, w.iiiuntt i ii X C., and lor stations on the YV. St W.'.R.lt. ARRIVE AT NOR FOLK. MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (exoopt Siutdsy) at 4:7.. p. ni iitnl inornin? trau? . in. TUESDAY. THURSDAY and < vTGRDAY. connectlni! with all rail and ? ini lines at Norfolk for tho North, i i i aiei West, Passenger station at too; o( l a i Main street, Norfolk and Wcst arn ?: pot. Freight station ?.ii Water .-ii eel. EASTERN CAROL1NA DISPATCrl" F\ST FREIGUT LIN E AND OLD DO V SION LINK between ai! points North l ast via Norfolk and Norfolk and ithern R liroad and Eastern Norm C i rol na. r . ? i i! at p. m. and forwarded promptly at loW rate. Tor further Information apply to ths Gel ral Olli 0 of tho X. & 8. 11. R. Co.. Norfolk. V.i. H. C, HUDOINS, Gonoral Freight and Passenger Agent. M. K. KINO, Oeneral Mnunicr. ;-t.:' Il' ''M>M>. IM'.TKRSftURO. I' OIjAREIsO.N l\ OLD POINT, NEWPi .. 1 ' vMES RIVER LANDINGS DIRECT BY DAYLIGHT Virginia x ' ?"? "iy's Elegant Sal , steamer POCA.HONTAS leaves . . do wharr. Norf TUE8DAY. ?I HURS1 ?AY il SA rURDAY a: 7 a. m., ,-i Newport News nnd Old Point -; ni rei urnlng, ar rivlng at l il ?"? ?"?? p ni., eon> neet'.ng with all evening tra ns. Fare '. ? !??? ''?''' To Rlchi "1 a"1 return, 12 so. To Rl ?!?::?. 1 '? >"? nd-class. R.00. Ticks " r than snv oth?s ronto to "? ' Petersburg, Waverly 1!: . ifa ? ; stations on Atlantic and 1 . railroad ..i l ?:i pomia via R hmcnil is for isle nt ticket acenclos of W ? v S n, ii. Brandt, and on board si on tn or. ? id dally (SurnJay except? ed) foi all aP've ii mi. vl points. j VMES W M'i'ARRICK. . i : LA It LINE STEAiC. \ ill It fill I .ADELPHIA ONL'S IRECT LINK FROM N?1L FOLK Tp PH1L-VDELPHIA Linl notice steamers are an. : I ' > sa l fr-rn Norfolk ? very xio.vr ; vY. WEDNESDAY and SATUIUJAII n; ?. o'clotk p. in., and from Philadelnhl* ? , >.Ki; rKSDAY. THURSDAY tgh bills of lidln^ lo ?u points f ? :::i nnd Southwesi \ la Seaboard a\Z Line. Atlantic Coast Line, Virginia' and A'.r Lin i. Soiith?rn Raiwav ? ^ and Carolina and Norfolk aiiJ Southern Railroad* "a , JAMKS \V. McCARRICK Qencrtl Southern Acent. Norfolk V?. W'lLLIAM P, CLYDE & CO-*'' . Cenerai Agents, Philadelphia. ; isaal-.?. *"7n?*,.-,