THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT
Woman's Auxiliary of Southern
Huuy Delegaten In tue City and a
I.nrgo Alleuttnnoe Aaatirctl ? Sllaa
l,. I.. Taylor, of Surfoiu, rresl*\ca
Bnine f amily itenulou.
Danville, Va., June 8.?Many dele?
gates the seventh annual Council ot
the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of
Southern Virginia, reached the city by
the morning trains and nearly all of tho
balance came In by the afternoon
trains. Bishop A. M. Randolph, who is
to preside, 'reached here from Norfolk
to-night and Is the guest of Colonel
James M. Neal.
About forty members of the "Woman's
Auxiliary to the Foreign Missions
Board reached here last night, and this
morning and their annual meeting was
"A QUIET HOUR."
A preUminary service'was held lost
night. The service was "a quiet hour
of worship" conducted by Rev. Robert
Jett, of Staunt?n. It was largely at?
tended by the people of Danville and
the visitors who are interested In the
subject of missions.
The services arid labors of "Auxiliary
Day" were opened at 9 o'clock this
morning with tho celebration of the
Holy Communion in charge of Rev. J.
Cleveland Hall, of Danville, and Rev.
J. J. Lloyd, of Lynchburg
^Rov. Mr. Lloyd preached the annual
serfnon before the auxiliary, after
Which the business session was opened
and continued during the day with an
intermission from 1 to 2 o'clock for
Tho lunch was served In the lecture
room of the Church of the Epiphany by
the Danville Branch of the Auxiliary.
' The meeting was called to order by
Miss L. L. Taylor, of Norfolk, who is
:the presiding officer. Mrs. Thos. Ham
lln, of Danville, is the secretary and a
very efllclent one she Is. The minutes
of the last annual meeting were read
by Miss Taylor, who made running
comments on the mission work of the
ladies, as disclosed by these minutes.
This was done for the benefit nnd in?
formation of those present who did not
'attend the last meeting;.
t Mrs. John J. Lloyd, of Lynchburg, the
secretary of the Junior Auxiliary, read
her annual report.
NEED GREATER EFFORT.
The report, after giving Interesting
statistics as to the progress of the mis?
sionary spirit among the younger peo?
ple of the diocese, urges greater effort
along this line, that the children who
are so soon to take the places of those
who now have the affairs ot the church
in bund may be better equipped for
real mission work than are their pred
essors. Mrs. Lloyd's report was a very
able paper, and was well received.
After luneh the session of the Aux?
iliary was resumed, Mrs. J. Lindsay
Patton, who. with her husband, has
been laboring in the mission Held of
Japan, made a very Interesting ad?
dress. She spoke feelingly of the need
of more women as workers in Japan.
6he said it was Impossible for men to
teach the Japanese women, and 'the
Gospel must be carried to them by
Christian women. Miss Taylor'read ?
letter from Dr. Medley, now in Japan,
urging contributions to the fund tor
preparing scrolls for the use of the
missionaries. By resolution the Aux?
iliary pledged $60 to the Sandal Mis?
sion In Japan, nnd also $50 to the pro?
posed Episcopal Orphanage in Cuba.
Mrs. Thomas Handln, the secretary,
read a letter front Miss Emory, of the
Japanese Mission, making a special ap?
peal for Sandal. The various reports
show that contributions by the branch
auxiliaries the past year were $6,4.".?. ati
Increase over the previous year of SQr.O,
There nre now twenty branch auxil?
iaries in the Diocese, with a member?
ship of twelve hundred and thirty
seven. Sixteen branches were repre?
sented In this meeting.
To-night a general missionary service
was held at the Church of the
Epiphany, under the auspices of the
Auxiliary nnd Foreign Mission Board,
which was attended by all the delegates
to the Council, and a very large con?
gregation. Rev. J. Lindsay Patton, of
Japan, was the principal speaker.
The first session of the Council will
l>e held in the Church of the Epiphany
at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning.
The Indications now are that there
Will bo a larger attendance at this than
ret any prevlo\i9 session of the Coun?
The Southern Virginia Diocese com?
prises the cities and counties In the
fetate south of the James river, besides
the city of Williamsbnrg, the counties
of Northampton and Accomac, on the
east, and Staunton and Augusta county
en the west.
A FAMILY REUNION.
'A yery Interesting feature of the
, Gathering will be the reunion of the
pama family, who have not visited the
?ity since the death ot their* father,
Rev. Dr. George W. Dame, but who
ixpeot to visit the city at this time, be?
ing especially invited so to do to be
present at consecration of Dame Me?
morial Chapel, a gift to the Church of
the Epiphany from Dr. Dame under the
terras of his will. Three of the family
are clergymen? Rev. W. M. Dame, D.
D., and Rev. George W. Dame, of
Baltimore, and Rev. Nelson P. Dame,
of Winchester, Va. Other members of
the family aro Captain J. C. frame,
of Richmond, and Mrs. P. D. Thomp?
son, of East Newmarket. Md. The con?
secration service of the chapel has
been appointed by the Bishop to take
place Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock.
Rev. J. Cleveland Hall, the successor of
' Rev. Dr. Dame, at Epiphany, has been
chosen by the Bishop to preach the
THE NEW RAILROAD?MEMORIAL
DAT?SCHOONER AND TUG
Petersburg, Va., June S.?About forty
ear loads of rails for the Richmond,
Petersburg and Carolina Railroad have
arrived at Rldgoway. N". O. The con?
struction, of this road Is being pushed
with all possible speed. There is a large
force of hands at work on the road and
about two thousand mules are employ?
ed. It Is said that instead of ploughs
and picks, immense "scoops" are be- I
Ing used for excavating purposes. It I
Is expected to have the road from
itldgeway to Richmond completed by
tiie first of October next.
STREET ELECTRIC RAILWAY.
Workmen -were engaged yesterday I
digging holes on Second and River
streets'for the placing of poles for the I
new street electric railway. These
poles are to be niado secure in the
ground by ramming around them
crushed rock nnd cement. A bill of
lading was received here yesterday for
about llfteen hundred barrels of ce?
ment which is to bo used In the build?
ing of the new railway.
MEMORIAL DAY CELEBRATION.
The ninth of June Memorial Day
observance will take place to-morrow
afternoon. General Stith Rolling, who
has been appointed Chief Marshal has
not yet designated his aides but will do
so to-day, and their names will be an?
nounced with the line of march, etc.
WORK NEARLY COMPLETED.
For several days past workmen have
been engaged excavating on both side
of Sycamore street between Old and
Oak streets, for the purpose of exam
Ing the service pipes and sewer con?
nections, it is expected to have the
?work completed to-morrow.
SCHOONER AND TUG AGROUND.
The water in the Appomattox river
is very low now. nnd in some places
the bottom of the stream is plainly
visible. On yesterday a tug and
schooner were aground in the vicinity
of the steamer McCall's wharf.
Restores Life, Color,
Beauty to the Hair. ^
?> THE BEST YUU-HAVE EVER TRIED, a
It.yon li.ve ni-vfr trlfd II,
Tim bom 5 en have never ?ri?>?t.
Should ho 0:1 every dressing table.
A Toilet Article, not a dye,
$ Rev. A. A. James. Past r Presby
*S terlan Church. Jonesvlllc, S. c,
v says of It :
Q "It s far superior to anything of
,^ the kind 1 have ever seen."
A Prof. W. E. Ai. in thy. President
A Rutherford Coll k-. x. C:
? "Will do all that Iis manufactur
^ era claim."
? All Druggists. PRICE SI.00.
Send for circulars.
% RICHMOND, VA.
ooo ooo OOO o<s><? <:-o<f
INSIST ON* GETTING IT.
The above figures tell a renmkable
story: they r'-prest-nt almost exact?
ly the percentage of eures made; by
the wonderful new eonstitulonal
cure for RHEUMATISM. The
oilier two per eeni. were not cura?
ble, or failed to take medicine ac?
cord lur to directions. Thousands
have been cured. In view of the
fact that many physicians think
lh.it rheUmatiSm Is incurable, and
lhat most rem.dies fall, it must be
true that RHEUMACiDE is the
gn atesl medical discovery of the
age. Particulars and testimonials
of many well known people sent
flee to all appl cants.
iGnuiaciured by the bobbin drug go.,
Raleigh, N C
Fold in Norfolk by McClenahan &
Powell; In Portsmouth by w. K.
Hodges Ai. Co., and druggists gener?
ally at R.CO per bottle.
tfwwu.wraw art- ?3?g?
172 Chnrch St., Near Main
The Only Trunk House
In the City.
All Trunks sold by us kept in re?
pair free of charge for one year.
We mark names on Trunks and
Brass corners ami clamps, iron bot?
tom, 2-soIe leather straps,
" SUIT CASES.
Leather, Russet or Olive Steel Frame,
22-inch, 3.75; 24-inch, S4.00.
An immense stock of all kinds of
Tourists' Supplies and Leather Novel
tics. Also a large assortment of
Ladies' and Men's Pocketbooks and
%\Wl Trug Facti,
172 Cnurch St. r-sar Main.
?a-.???? Siflicdulo in Effact
SCHEDULE IX EFFECT MARCH 12
ISO?.?LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
7:44) a. ta.?For Richmond, Y.'ash'ngtoo,
Lyncbburg and tha West.
4.35, p. m.?Vesltbuted Limited Tor Rich?
mond and Washington. Stopj
only at Suffolk. Waverly and
7 25 p. m. ? For Petersburg, Lynrhburc
tha West and Southwest
Trains arrive at Norfolk dally 9.35 a m
11:25 a. m. and 10:40 p. m.
Ticket? and all Information at atauoa
and 10 Urauby street.
W. B. RE VI LL
General Passenger Agent
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINTS
EFFECTIVE MARCH 12. 1S09.
Lv. Norfolk .I 9.00 a m| S.35 p m
Ar. Raleigh .] 3.5U p ml 2.09 a m
Ar. Durham .i 4:43 i> nil 3.10 a m
Ar. Greensboro .I 6.35 p ml ?. 15 a m
Ar. Salisbury .j 7 50 p mi ii.40 a in
Ar. Ashtvtlla .|12:10 a ml 2:23 p m
Ar. Hol Sp-lnga .1 1:29 a m, 3 57 p m
Ar. KnoWdlo .1 4.15 a mi 7.20 p m i
Ar. Chattanooga .. ..| 7:10 a m 11:35 p m
Ar Na>hvlllo .J 0:55 p in, 6:40 a m
Ar. Charlotto .| 9.85 p mi 7 55 a m
Ar. Atlanta .I 6:10 a ml 3:55 u m
Ar. Mn'.gomery .. ..|i0:31 n ml 9:20 p m
Ar. Mobile ., J:4? p in, 3:05 a m
Ar. New Orleans .I 1:1* p ml 7:40 a m
Ar. lilrmlnpham .111:20 a m'IO:00 p m
Ar Memphis .| 9:20 p mj 7:15 a m
Ar. Columbia ...
Ar. Augusta ....
Ar. Savannah ...
1.37 a mlll.S? n m
S.00 a ml 2.45 p m
5.C0 a ml 3.15 p m
. 5.15 a n | 7.40 p m
Ar. 1am;-a .I 5:50 p m| 7:40 a tu
Pullman Palace Slocplnc Cnrs.
For all Information apply at
I'Hy Ticket llOier, rtlnlu unit Orillibjr
Slre-cl*. 't'lionw 1.2.
Baggage railed for and checked from
hotels and residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company on orders left at ticket of
FP.ANK S. GANNON.
3d V President and Grn'l Mgr.
J. M. CULP, W. A. T?RE.
Tiaftlc Msr. Grn'l Pr.ss Agt.
. Washington, D. C.
W. H. DOLL. Pass. Agt.. Norfolk. Va.
in OR RICHMOND. I'lCTFItSBUHO,
fi CliA HEEONT. OLD POINT,
NEWPORT NEWS AND JAMES RIVER
LANDINGS DIRKCT BY
DAT LI OUT
Vlrp'nla Navigation Company's Elegant
Saloon Steamer PUCAHONTAS loaves
Clyde wharf. Norfolk, every TUESDAY,
THURSDAY and SATURDAY at 7 a. in.,
touching at Portsmouth, Newport News
and Old Point going and returning, ar?
riving at Richmond about 5:30 p. in., con?
necting with all evening trains.
Fare to Richmond. $1.50.
To Richmond and return. $2.50.
To Richmond, second-class. $1.09.
T'ckets much cheaper than any other
route to Richmond. Petersburg. Waverly.
Illcksford and stations on Atlantic and
Danville railroad and all points via
Tickets for sale at ticket agencies
W.ilke & Son. H. Brandt, and on board
Freight rerelved dally (Sunrtay except?
ed) for all above named points.
JAMES W. MCARRICK.
CLYDE'S REGULAR LINE STEAM.
SHIPS FOR PHILADELPHIA.
ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM NOR.
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA.
Until further notice steamers are an
pointed to sa'.l from Norfolk every MON?
DAY. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAT
ul 4 o'clock p. m., and from Philadelphia
every TUESDAY. THURSDAY ana
Through bills of lading to all points
South and Southwest via Seaboard Air
Line. Atlantic Coast Ltne. Virginia and
Tennessee Air Ltns, Southern Railway,
Norfolk and Carolina and Norfolk aod
JAMES W. ?McTARRICK.
General Southern Agent. NorTolk. Va
WILLIAM P. CUT DE 3. CO..
Oeneral Agents. Phila it phla
I* LIZABETH RIVER AND HAMPTON
U ROADS FERRY COMPANY.
?Operating Hourly Service to?
PINNER'S POINT AND WEST NOR?
Commodious and comfortablo steamer,
Superior accommodations to meet the new
demand. Steamer CITY OF CHESTER.
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JUNE 3rd. 1?9D |
Touching at Southern Railway wharf.
Pinner's Point, each way.
LEAVE NORFOLK, Southern Railway
wharf, fool of Jueksun street, 0:30 a. in.
7:45 a. m., (f)S:30 u. m., *9:30a. m. (connect- |
lng with A, & D. passenger train at Wr
Norfolk?no stop at Pinner's Point), 10:30 I
a m..1012:00 in., ?1:90 p. m.. 2:30 p.m., (fMtOO1
d. in.. 6:50 p. m., *S:3r, p; m. (connecting
with Southern Railway passenger train at
Pinner's Point?docs not go to West Nor?
LEAVE WEST NORFOLK. A. & D.
Railway's wharf, 7:00 n. m.. (09:110 a. m.
?10:0) a. m., 1100 a. m., (01*00 p. in., ?2:00 p
m.. 3:oo p. in.. 4:55 p. m. (bringing passen?
gers from A. .t D. passenger train from
Ihe West), 0:15 p. m.
?Dally. All oilier trips da'ly, except
(f) Freight carried on thes- trips only.
The round trip to West Norfolk on this
comfortable steamer affords A MOST DE?
LIGHTFUL BREATH OF SALT AIR
FOR THE HOT WEATHER.
O. M. SERPELL. President.
F. B. DANCY. Vice President.
J. A. C. G HON ER, Sec. and Treae.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
COMMENCING MONDAY. AUG. ?. 133J
L? Poriamo-jth. High street.!}:Z5 p m
Lv. Norfolk. Main ??ra?t.11:00 p ra
Lv. Old Paint Hyrels Pier.!7:W p in
Ar. Baltimore. Union Tptrek....... l;ttl a tn
NORTHBOUND I P. R. R. J 13. &
Lv. Baltimore .I 7:45 a. ml! 7:5i a m
Ar. Philadelphia. .?10:1s a m!:i0:l? a m
Ar New Yolk .1*12:41 p in| 113:35 n'n
SOUTHBOUND I P. It. R. | B. &j>.
Lv New Tork .I !2:10 p m| 1:00 p m
Lv. Philadelphia .I !4:4' p ml !J:07 p m
At. Bait. Canton ....] !T:0Ojp_m; !S:10 p m
I LV. Baltlinere. Union Dock.6:30 p ra
' Lv Baltimore. Canton . 7:10 p in
Lv. Old Point . 6:15 a in
Ar. Norfolk ... . 7:10 a m
At. Portsmouth.? -Q * m
"l-'lislly esccpt Sunday. ? ? '.'ally.
Tickets sold to ail points North. East
I and Weal and baggigo checken to deatl.
natien. Staterooms reserved upon appll
c-tiion In r.eraon at the company's office.
No. 77 West Main atreet. or on board
Freight will not Tb? received arter 4 p.
m. to go forward that day.
Fir further Information apply to
, ' J. W. BROWN, Jr..
Soattera P**icng?r AgtaV
BETWEEN NORFOLK AND
CURRITU4 K DIVISION,
With steamers forming the
"east VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA
(formerly Pettit's North Carolina Lino
and Bennetts North Carolina i
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE Ith, 1899.
9.'? A. M.
MAIN LINE?TO VIRGINIA BEAi iL
"...lily except Sunday:
7:30 a. m., thoui;!i express.
<a)?:oo a. m? mixed, malte? > st ; ? ??
l'*:30 a. in., through exprc ?.
12:60 p. in., lot al express.
3:0o p. m., through >
6:10 p. in., through exi res?.
0:30 p. m., local express.
7:15 p. in., through ex| . c^s.
I ?NBA VS.
!>:2."> a. m., local express.
ii.i."? a. in., through expn
\i.M p. pi , loiai express.
3:00 p. in., through
'?-:41 a. m
:10 p. in., through
7:45 p. in., through
LEAVE VIRGINIA BEACH.
Daily except Sunday*
?0:io a. in., fast express. ?.- I
(a)S:20 a. in., fast express.
(a)ll:16 a. in., mixed.
2:15 p. m? through express.
?4:20 p. in., fas: express.
(:30 p. n>.. through express.
S.;:o p. m., through exi ress.
10:30 p. in., through expn is.
fast i xpti ss.
fast exi 11
>>:;.<> p. in., through express.
10:30 p. in., through express.
?Stops only at <>?.;>:ia. Lynnhavcn and
(a) Makes no si I ft it of Thal'a.
LEAVE NORFOLK, VA.
Bally except Sunday- 10:00 a, in., mixed;
5:uo p. in., lot .it express,
LEAVE MUNDEN POINT, VA.
Daily except Sunday?7:30 a. in., mix-d.
2:00 p. in., local express
All steamers other than CurrltUCk
Sound steamers arrive lind depart from
pier No. l (adjoining Clyde Line) Wat
.-tr.et. Norfolk, Va.
Trains stop only on signal at tntt rme
dlatc .-;jt:o:.s to take on or put ofl pas?
W. 1\ ASHBURN,
XI Gen. l it. and Fas*. Aitt
2 ii. P HOLLAND,
Norfolk and ocean View By.
SHORT LINE BETWEEN NORFOLK
AND OLl> POINT COM FORT, VIA
NORFOLK AND OCEAN VIEW
FIFTY MINUTE SCHEDULE 1N EF?
FECT NOVEMBER 34. IS9S.
Lv. |Lv. IAr. IAr.
Nor >")'ii (Old [O'li I
folkyv'w) f t |V*wl
7:30 7:501 >:2'>:
:.."0 '.)::" :':5oi
10:30 Ii):."" II :3c
P.M I'M P..M:l
12.W 12:20 12:60|
1:301 1:50. 2:30
?3:00 3:2C 5:45
4:20. 4:."i>. 6:20
0:00 0:20 t; :,"'?>
7:30] 7:=() 8:20
9:00, 9:30, 9:50*
|Lv. I Lv. I Ar.
Old O'n |Nor
I v i jvw folk
IA.M AM a M
.1. ..I ?:S?I
I'M I'M P.M
12:05113:3 i .;: .5
1:35 2:00 3.35
3:C0| 3:25 3:40
4:.?5 5:0' 5:.5
C:05 6:30 6:65
7::;.' 8:0) S:2S
9:05l 9:30| t':55
?No local stops. Connects with 4 p. m.
C. and O. train at Old Point.
Baggage checked to any point on Sea?
board Air Line and to all railroad .sta?
tions and steamboat lines in Norfolk and
Local freisht leaves Norfolk daily at 7
and 11 a. m. and 5 p. in. Freight received
up to 15 minutes before lcav.ns time.
Straight fare to Old Point Comfort, 25
cents. Fare for round trip to Old Point
Comfort from any part of Norfolk, 60
cents. Round trip fekets on sale by all
street cur conductors.
1). A. HEOARTY,
SCHEDULE IN' EFFECT MAY 2$th, 1S89.
TRAIN No. I.?Dally. Ler-ves Norfoifc
from wharf fool of Maihow* ?ircefat 0:ao
', n, ? West Norfolk, at l0:.-> .,. ,?. ror
Danville nnd in. rinedlate points, arriv :.s
ai Danville ?tz&.y. rn.
TRAIN NO S?Dally *xc??t Sordnv.
Leaves Norfolk. 7:40 p. m.: West N | . :.
g7,? p arriving ut .Qanvlllo al .. \
* TRAIN' NO. '? arrives si Norfolk at a-jo
t. in dally except Sunday and Mond i
TIlXlN NO. 3 arrives at Norf Ik ... ......
p in. dolly.
TRAIN NO. J connoets at IVnnDton
Junction with Norfolk ar.d \\e<:,.rn
rcirt for Dwtham and Intermediate point.
TRAINS KOS. 1 AND 3 eonneel al Jef?
freys Junction at.: Danville for .ill polnti
on the Southern Railway ?>???.int.
Pullman ?t?ep* between Danville nn;".
Mhevtlle', Atlanta, Jacksonville, MemphL
and New Otl?.v:s.
Tickets on asla an'! bae-.-i;;-. checkad nt
company's wharf, Norfolk, and at Em.
mersoh .fc Wal ion's agency, Portsmouth.
Steamer City of Chester touch s at N
Y . P. ar.d N. R. R. wharf on outlining
WM H TAYLOR,
CHAS O. HAT MVS. Genoral Manager.
Norfolk X MMh MM. C3
The new and powerful Iron pain ?
Steamers NEWPORT N EWS, WASH
INGTON and NORFOLK will leave
daily on follows:
Leave Portsmouth, foot of
North stieet . ?5.00 p. m
Leave Norfolk, foot of Water
street . 5.45 p. in.
Leave. Old Point Comfort.. 0.45p. m
Arrive in Washington. 7.00 a. m.
Arriv? In Philadelphia, Penn.
R. R.?MO-SO a. m.
Arrive !n Phlladelph B, (:. H ('
K B.MU.OO a. m.
Arrive in New York, Peon.
R. r. ??1.13 p. m.
Arrive In New York, B. Sr. O.
IL P.. "1 25 p. m.
Leave New York, Pepn. It. It. ?12.50 p. m.
Leave New York, B. & O.
R. It. ?M.M p m
Leave Philadelphia, Penn. K.
R.?. ?3.12 p. m.
Leave Philadelphia, B. & u.
R. R.??3.07 p. m,
Arriv.? in Washington, l\nn.
It. R. ?c.io p. m.
"Arrlvo in Washington, B, o.
It, R. ?*?).(? p. m.
Len\> Washington.?6,30 p.
Arrive Old Point Comfort.... 7.00 a. n:.
Arrive In Norfolk. 8.1)0 a, ,?
Arrive in Portsmouth. 30 a. in.
??Dally, except Sunoay.
Tickets on sale nt n. ,t O. tl^k^t office
N. .4 C. office, at W 7 Vi'alke's und
.company's ofllcu o:i wharf.
For further mformat'on apply
W. J. CALLAHAN.
1 Telephone iU. * AgeuU
0!yi'*$!8iij k's ite
ips are appointed
:u Norfolk a: 7 30
S', < \. i pt Sunday.
. ly a no Et t?
al., Sat'.::dj> a
5ENGER ACC M MODATION3
Fare. tQciu?tt':; meals stateroom
berth .$ s.<v
Round tr!p (limited to i lays).313.04
1 j- tickets and resctvu ion ot state?
rooms a? ply at ticket efll e, 199 Main
street, ot at g-:utai oi e, at wtw.rf
Ships leave old Point tor Norfolk Sun
day uhou> 1? a. in.
TIME SCHEDULE OP STEAMERS
Hampton Roads, J. S Warden. Luray,
Ao uiii ici; a:ul Vng:...i l.'a:v. sa '.ihr
dally, excdit Sunday, irom Company'*
FOR ?'..!> POINT?At 6:13 anl 11:15 a.
m. 2145and T:U> i>. m.j Portsmouth) fi 3'.<t-.d
10:03a. m. lind 3:05 p in.: Bay Line wharf.
Norfolk at 6:15 und II 30 Ii. m. and 4.00
FOR II \ M ! TON?A' 11:15 n, m. and
3:45 and 7:1? p. in.; Pot : mid Ith. 10:05 a. "i.
and 3:05 ??. nr.; Hay Line wharf at H:-0
i nt and 4:>m p. m.
NEWPORT NEWS AND BM1TII
.\ t 3:3b p. m.: Portsmouth, ::Ij
C in.: Ray Line. 3:00 :>. m.
FOR IVARK AND EAST RIVERS?At
6:15 n. it;.: Portsmouth. 6:30 a. iu.; Bay
Line C:45 j m.
FOR NORTH RIVER?On Monday.
Wednesday and Frida; at 'i:la ?. ni.:
Portsmouth, U:;.0 a. in.: Bay Line, 0-45 a
FOR SEVERN RIVER?Or. Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at o.D ;l n?.:
Portsiuoutil. 6:30 a. m.; Bay Line <i.45
FOP. BACK. POQUOSIN AND YORK
RIVER LANDING8 AND CRAU NECK
'':-. Monday. Wednesday nnd Friday
6:15 a in . Portsmouth C 0 a. >??: Bay
Line. 8.45 a. m, Returnina t lluwlna d i
FOR NANSEMOND RIVER AND SUF?
FOLK; At 3:00 p. m.: Portsmouth. 3 10
P. m. Connect nrr at Suffolk with S-.ffoiii
und Carolina railroad
Freight t. r Ware. Hast, North. Severn.
Rack, Poquosih, Yon. and Nanscm?tid
river landings must be prepaid,
AH : licdules subject t i chance without
??':??:.!:? ' r Wish'ngl n and New Hern.
N. c., received at and delivered from
Norfolk and Southern railroad depot.
I' ;????:I:t ?? ?? \eJ daily, txv. pt Suilda;
until 5:.o p. ni.
M 13. CROWBLU Agent
CAPE n ncw vork'
C" IP! \ Philadelphia
nrtnLtOj and Norfolk
ROUTE V Railroad.
QUICK TIME-LOW RATES.
TWO '-'RAINS EACH V. AY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY,
APRIL M IM!
Sam daily, except Sunday-(Paris
mo.itb 1Iir!> str --t. ,":30 u. in)
Arrive at Philadelphia 6.? p.
m.; New York >u i >s p. m.
C CO p. m. daily; Portsmouth. High street
b;30. ArrlVe at Philadelphia,
?:ie n. w ; N-w York. 7.43 u. in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
i co a m. daily: Portsmouth, High street
?:10. leaving New York at I nj
i, m.: Phliadi Iphla 11 10 p. ra.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK
7:50 p. m. dully, except Sunday (Ports.
month. High street, s en p. m.)
having New'York St *:<.0 a. in.;
Philadelphia, lOiSO a. ni.
Clo'-e connection made with all rail and
sound lines to and from Boston.
Pullman Sleeping Cars on nlcjht trains
i-.wet n Jersey City, Philadelphia and
n i turret ParP.r < ir = onday trains
between Philadelphia and Cape Charles.
Through tickets sold and baggage
r!. eked -it Walke's Agency, Under At?
lantic Hotel, and on steamers.
P.. It. COOK K.
General Passenger and Freight Agent.
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE,
i r Boston?Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays at i.:01 p. in.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
dav at 0:00 p. in.
FAREg TO BOSTON AND PROVI
First-ctasa. Including meals and
stateroom berth .111.00
Steerage, Including meals and bunk. .19.00
Perishable freight sent via Providence
forwarded by early tral.i to P. smii ami
at tie. same t.ito as by direct steamers to
For further Information apply to
lt. II WRIGHT^ Agent Norfolk, Va.
A. I? STEIiUIKSj Ass i Trafllc M'gr.
W. P. TURNER] Oen Pa Alt' nt.
J. 0. WHITNEY, Traffic Manager.
General Offices, Baltimore, Md.
New Oil en ii
.? <. ."? ushvllli-.
Iii? a>inl ll
iphlx I I irldt,
o .? -.Ii_
In FCTect Dee. 11. 1899.| No It. I No. 40%
. Norfolk . j
!'"??--.h S.A L I
Suffolk ... " i
I rwts'nn .. NO!
Wctdon .. .S A L I
Henderson .. " i
II ilclgh . . ?? I
:-' 'iilhi rn Pines " |
Ci tirl ????? .. ?? \<
Columbia C.NAVL i
Align rta ,C &W C
Athens .. S.A.LI
Atlanta (Co T me)|
Mncon ?*.of Oa.i
Tampa .. ..plintl
'.' .,-n'v W.OfAl
M ibiti . ..L &N.|
New Orleans . "
Nash villi NCeVSH.1
9ti0 a m!
9:50 n m!
?t:30 p m
? r. p m
o p m
i m 11:10 p m
!> m' 1? M a in
1:10 a m
41:53 a m
U OS p m
ml 7 i0 .1 rn
m !:1S p m
in 'I '", p m
ir 1)15 p rn
ml ::5q ;> r?
m! 7:;o p m
m S.tr. a rri
ml B:I5 p m
ml n in
nj ! 05 a m
m 7 W a ni
m 1:13 n m
m 7iC0 a rn
m| 4:M n m
?Pa'ly. [Daily, ex. Sui '
Connections at New i.: ; wph South?
ern Pacific and Texas & Pacific railways
for all points in Tex a.*. Mi \.?. j nnd Cali?
Ports:-. >Uth dolly 7:35
J. W. BROWN. Jr.
rass'r Agt., ltl M lln si . N irfolk. Va.
Trav. Passlr Agt V rtsmouih, Va.
E, ST. JOHN. Vice President ami General
V. E. McBEE, General Superintendent.
11. W. B GLOVER L. S. ALLEN,
XrafAO Man?ger. Otn'l Pa??'r Aat.,
& Ohio Ry,,!
FOR RICHMOND. WASHINGTON.
CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE. CHI?
CAGO. ST. LOUIS. ETC.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JANUARY 10,
WESTBOUND | No I | Wo. ?
ait ir???lii .. ..| 7:40 a ml 3:00 p 3
l v Norfolk . J.10 a in 1:90 pm
Lv Newport News ..| 9:11 a m 4:36 pm
Ai. it clinmnu_| H:J0 a m| <:69 P ra
Lv. !'.:? hm'd (IiK&i /i ?13:00 n'n| 7:40 p m
Ar. i\ttshlngton .| ?j:40 p m| 11:30 p m
Klch'd Ma n line
Ar. Staanton .
Ar. Va. Hot Sprintes..
Ar. Clifton Forge_
Ar. Cinc.nnatl .
?\r. LuuUvilla .
Ar. Chicago .
Ar. Sc Louis ."
?:I3 p ni| 10:30 p m
6:44 p ml 2:13 a at
:03 p m
9:50 p in
k.ji p ni
7:33 a m
11.00 a ra
i:3il p n
4:23 p m
7:25 a m
6'J6 P m
8:00 p m
7:15 a m
(:5<: p mi < :3? a oa
pally except Sunday. Other tlma flaliy.
. 1-Day Express DAILY. (Parier Cap
-o Klotimond a,;.i Pullman Richmond to
Cincinnkil. Loulsvilla and St. Laut?.
Connects at Gordonsvitle fpr Oranca
nn.l principal stat ons on Southern Rail?
way north.of Orange.
.-Daily. Pullmans oia Point to
uusitn Cincinnati and Louisv.lle.
Ueala served un Dinlns Can oa Noa I
and j west of Gcrdonvllia
< besapeake and Ohio arrives at Norfolk
U:te u m and 7:0i p. m. Arriveo at Ports*
mouth 12.10 p. m. and 7:30 ?. m.
. '?.'Hf.U'S', Information apply to
J It. YWLLCOX. Ticket Agent, or
r. H. CURD. Passenger Aceat,
v- an<,? Ticket .flee. Gianoy atrtet.
Net folk. Va.
JOHN D. POTTS,
Asst. General Passenger Agent,
A a? ? A11.AJITI?
ils \jt JLs u.ir.
(>orfol!i * ?'nrotinit Rattror.fl.?,
IN EFFECT JANU.UIY 15th. ISSJt
i i rso. no.
Blatlona. 1 No. 4J. 1 D'l'jf ex.
I Oally. I Sundar
Lv. Norfolk .| 9:00 a ml 2:30 p a,
Lv. i ??: :s June.j 9.32 a in 2:43 p co
Ar. ?.. :....?. Va.110:00 a m 2:17 p tm
Ar. Tunis N. C.|10:M a in 4:15 p m
Ar. ILugond. N. C.112:00 ui | 6:35 p ua
Ar. Tarboro. N. C_112.21 p ml 6:00 p m
Ar. Rocky Mount. N.C.112.50 p m| 6:35 p nt
Ar. Wllllairalun, N". C.
Ar. Plymouth; N. C ..
Ar. Washington, N. C,
Ai. Klnaton, N. C. ..
?:6? p rra
7:40 p nt
7:20 p rat,
7:6? p BS
Ar. Wilnon. N. C.I 2:15 p ml 7:10 p m
Ar. Golsboro, N. C_j B:2l p ml 7 .30 p m
Ar Wilmington, N. C.| 5:50 p m| 9:40 a ra
Ar. Faycltevdle. N. C..| 4:35 p ml 1:?6 a m
Ar. Florence. S. C.I 7:25 pm] 3:16 am
Charleston, S. C...|10;j0 p m| C:o3 a m
Columbia S. C.|10;20 p n|H:00 a m
Ar. Augusta. *Ga .| 1.54 a ?u| 7:66 a m
Ar. Atlanta. Ca. .112:3i p m, 12:36 p ni
Ar. Macun. Go..;H:15 a mill:15 a ra
Ar Savannah, Oa.I 1 50 a m| 8:16 a ra
Ar. Jacksonville. FU..| T:80 a m| 12:60 p n>
Nr. 45 dally rnnnrof ?Uli A.C.I* trals
23 to: a'1 lulnta South.
No. lPo.dally.except Sunday, makea close
w-onneciion at Hobgood for WaihlngUa.
N. C. Elnatpn, K. C. aha Plymouth. ?.
C, and all Lantern Carolina points; alia
at ltocky Mount with A. C. u train *4 fM
? II polnti South.
No. 103, daily, except Sunday, makes
closo connection at Ahoskic lor Windsor,
N. C, and stations on W. .v J'. K. it.
Trains arrive at Norfolk at i:53 |. m.
daily, also at 10:25 a. m., daily, axcept
No. 41 runs through ^fllbout ctasrja
Norfolk to Wilmington.
liaggage checked ai Company's NcrfoDf
wharf, and also at olilce ?f pass-1114 m
und Ticket agent 171 alaia sucec (')ppa.
alia Atlantic Hotel).
For tickets to all polnti Soutb, elaipbrg
rar reservations and general laformatijaj
call cu or address.
J. A. NEUOEBAUEJt,
Faaaenger and Ticket as tat.
JAMES F. MAI/PIN.
General l-'orwa.-difig Agint,
EMERSON. Gen. Paas Ageat
USHPELI* Gen. Manager.
U.ERSON. Tiafliu Mu,wacer.
& soutnara 11 Go.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 19th, 1S99.
MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR
POLK DAILY (except Sunday) 10 a. m.
tor Elisabeth City, Edentou, Mackey'a
Ferry Roper, Puntego. Bollhovon. Eto.
Connects al Edenton with N. & S. R. R.
steamer as follows: Daily (except Sun
day) for Plvmoiitli, Jaiuesvlllo, Wttllarn
sion and Windsor. TUESDAY. THUKS
1?AV and SATURDAY for all landings oa
Chowan rlv.-r and MONDAY nnd FRI.
l> W for Scuppernong river. Connects at
Bi llhaven with Old Dom nion steamers
for Makloyvllle, South Creek, Aurora,
Wai ii IIB to n and inturmctkato landings,
also for Oriental.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK at 4:10 p. m. TUESDAY, THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Elizabeth City,
Edenton and way stations. Connect at
Elisabeth City with the stammer Neuse for
j: tnoke Islaiel. Newt.erno. Morehcad
City, Klnston und Goidsboro, \ia A. N.
R "it. and for Jai ksohville, Wilmington,
N C.! and for stations on tlio W. ft W,
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK;
MAIL AND EXPRESS PA1LY' (except
Sui'di'^f "' i:35_p?au., and morning train
at II a in TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY eonni ctlng with all rail and
?;:<'am lines al Norfolk for the North.
Easl and W< st. Passenger station at foot
of East Main street, Norfolk and. West
ern depot. Freight station ou Water
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH
FAST FREIOHT LINK AND OLD DO?
MINION LINE between all points North
Bnd Easl i > Norfolk und Norfolk and
Southern Railroad and Eastern North
Freight received dally at 5 p. m: and
forwaVded promptly at low rate.
For further Information apply to the
General Office of the N. & R. R. R. Co..
H. C. HUDGINS,
Genoi .1 Freight and Passenger Agent.
M. K. KINO, Gerne raj Manager.
T:u: STEAMER S. A. McCALL, of
th< Petersburg. Norfolk and Janvea
Bit ? steamboat Line, leaves the N. y7.
p .< N lock every MONDAY, WEfD
N"l HDAY and FRIDAY at 0 a. m., with
I j ?ei gers ind freight for Newport News
; Jan Mver landings and Petersburg,
.irrivltsi; In Petersburg about 5 p. m., r|v
laif tho Richmond passenf-er* about one
In Petersburg before the tr&in
arriving In Richmond about 6:30
;. m, Fare about one-half what It Is by
fare to Petersburg, $ijs
'V in_ per rent, discount
ind trip tickets. R. B. COOKS.
I Agent J. W. PHILLIPS Owner
'phones, new and old, No. 199.
NORFOLK AND WEST ^ORFOLK
Perry, running between Norfolk
tier's P Int, Port Norfolk and Weaf
N Ik. Leave steamer McCall's wharf
N. Y., P. ft N. dock. Leave Nor
Ik; 5 03 a m . 6:30 a. m., S:00 a. m., 9-00
a. in., 10 *i a. m.. 11:00 a, m., 12:30 p m
3:00 i m., 3:CC p. ni . 4:."? p. m., 6:00 p' ml'
J:00 p mi Leave West Norfolk: 5:80 a!
m ; 00 a. m.. <:30 a. m? 9^) a. nv, X0:30 ?
m , ti:S0 a. m? 1:20 p. m., 2:30 p m., 3:30 n
ra., 5.00 p. m.. tl:30 p. ni. S:30 p m Six
West Norfolk HeUcts 50 centa. SYall
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