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THE NEWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM" PAGE" EIGHT
JURY SECURED <
IN ELLIS CASE
After Completing This Work the
THE LINE OF DEFENSE
Tho Trlnl or Mm. Liziln H. Bill* ??"
the ClinrCP of Iilfi?ntlclcl*? M 111 lic
gla To-Dny. Nnlur?li?y, Hi-f??r<? it
Jury?A Palhotlc Plelore?I|1si?*??
lly ilie lii'lonn'-'M'Himiiiiy on til lit
1.1 no TobIMi)'.
(Special to Vlrglnlan-Pilot.)
Richmond, Ya? July 14.?Tho cole
br.ued case of Mrs. l.lzzie M. Kills, who
Is under an indictment on the charge ol
Infanticide, was called up In the Hust?
ings Court at 10 o'clock thin morning,
on adjournment from yesterday having
been taken to that hour.
A large, Interested crowd was in at?
tendance. Counsel Li. O. Wendenburg
Introduced to the court his associate
counsel, Judge A. D. Watklns, and upon
the bench side by side with Judge Witt,
sat Judge \V. R. Barksdalc, Of Halifax
county, as a guest.
The minor cases that had been set
for a hearing to-day were postpom d,
and with little preliminary work the ex.
animation of the Bpccfftl venire tiiu
had been summoned to complete the
Jury was gone into.
PI FT BE N Til JURYMA X.
Fourteen names were called and as
many gentlemen responded before any?
thing waa accomplished.
Then the name of Mr. A. C. Harmon
was called. He said that he had form?
ed an opinion, from having read the
accounts in the papers and from con?
versations, and he was excused by
Mr. Weildeitburg took Mr. Harmon
in hand, however, and by Questioning
him it was found that be was compe?
tent to Rive the accused a fair and im-?
partial trial, according to the law and
evidence. Mr. Harmon w.-.s, therefore,
But the panel was exhausted with?
out further result, and a recess of an
hour was taken in order that another
venire could be summoned.
Throughout the proceedings the ac?
cused, becomingly and modestly attired
in black skirt and HkIii shirt-waist,
with straw hat and veil, sat by the side
of her counsel, with hor mother und
father near. At times teais came into
her eyes, which she barely tried t>>
hold back, and an expression <>t eager?
ness took possession i>r her face. Her
mother wept bitterly when recess was
taken, and her daughter was carried
back into the Bergoanl's office.
At 12:30 the court reconvened.
The accused, in company with her
parents ami counsel, re-entered the
court room, the crowd of Interested
spectators had increased in size. In?
cluding a. number of lawyers, while
Judge Minor sat upon the bench beside
Tin- ourl room was uncomfortable
crowded and the atmosphere was by no
The panel secured during recess !>v
Sergeant Epps was cnlled, and the 11: rd
man oh the list. Mr. T:. S. Crump, de
clnred that while he had formed an
opinion, he could give a fair trial upon
He was ncccpti il hn 1 the other gen?
tlemen on the panel were discharged.
MST i IP Til 13 JURY.
The Jury us completed embraced
Messrs. Richard Cuuthorn. L. A; Med
dell, f.. E, Williams. E. Kolk. J. 1>
Tyle. J. M. MacIi, ? irgo K. Reed, W.
T. Creekmulr, Robert Henning, Jr.. A.
fi. Stokes, Jr.. Ii. <\ Winn. w. C. Tins
ley, R. A. K. Dnbney, J. D. Tenser, A.
C. Harmon and U. s. Crump.
When the Jury had been secured the
coiinsel consulted with Judge Witt and
Coinmo'nwealth's Attorney Rlchnrdson,
und it was decided to ndjourn the case
over to io o'clock to-morrow morning.
The Jury was not sworn, because ns
Judge Witt stated, they would have t.>
he locked up over night. They were cau?
tioned not t" rend about the case or
discuss it, however.
G ROU X DLESS PUB LICATION.
In reference to a publication to the
effect that counsel on both sides bad
reached an understanding whereby the
accused would i>- adjudged Insane and
committed to ?ine ..I the Slat ?? h.ispit -
ills, tho Commonwealth's Attorney and
counsel for Mrs. Ellis stated tint, there
?was absolutely no foundation for su. a
Tt is believed, however, that a plea of
Insanity will lie made by tlie defense,
and in view of this expected plea, expert
testimony win be offered, by the Com?
monwealth in the case. The accused
will be examined as to her insanity,
find the evidence In this report will be
Introduced when the c.i.-: ? gees on to?
After the adjournment of court Mrs
F.iiis. in company with Deputy Welsl
g< r, went through the City Hall nn.l
viewed lh<> city from the tower, site
had dinner at Ford's Hotel, and was
treated as considerately ns possible un?
der the existing conditions.
(Special to Vlrglnlnn-Pllot.)
Jackson, Ya.. July H.?The most bril?
liant dance of the season was given by
the young gentlemen of the vil 1 ige at
the Hotel Burgwyn last nicht. Every?
one enjoyed the "old time" rjundrllles
until (|tiite late, when v. few figures of
the german were led by Mr. I'ollok
Burgwyn, who was floor manager of the
Among the ladles present were Misses
Mamie Row, Hampton, Va.! Eva and
Marie Procsser, Richmond, Va.; Pattle
and Louise Urtjuhart, of Bertie county;
Emma UrQtihart, of Southampton
coun.ty, Va.: Verbena and Ruby Gay, of
Seaboard; Rhetta, Julia and Ellen B ?w
en. Maria, Julia and Palsy DeLrOntch,
Gennette and Alice s:am ell, Annie Pee?
bles, Minnie Burgwyn and Nell Lewis
of Jackson. Among the gentlemen pres?
ent were Hon. It. B. Peebles, Colonel
W. w. Peebles, Dr. W. P. Moore, Mr.
K. J. Peebles, of Jackson; Messrs. C.
Ci. Evans, of Weldon; Leroy Tyler and
Charles T. Peele, of Roxobcl, X. C;
Julian Norfleet, of Lewiston, N. C;
James Clav ami W. A. Grant, of Sea?
board; V. Ii. Picard, H. K. Burgwyn,
C. G. Peebles, John J. Long, William
M. Btancell, J. M. Grant, Jr., J. B,
Moore. W. 11. S. Burgwyn, Jr.. Stuart
Lewis, Pollok Hurgwyh, E. J. Gay. M.
J. statu ell. and others, of Jackson;
Colonel ami Mrs. W. 11. S. Burgwyhj of
Henderson, X. C; Miss Julia Soulhall
ami Messrs. 1.. 11. Whttfleld, of Jack?
Dancing was enjoyed until the early
hours of morning and everyone enjoyed
a most pleasant evening. Music by
The Progress of Work on Uncle
Those III tlio Milpym-d Hero Are Well
Under %Vny ?Uenlti ol .Urs. (Iar.lt,
?i i: >si llniuptou?Injured White
?In! hlus?Appoint incui.
Newport News. Va.. July II.?A .-1 to
mcnt prepared by chief Constructor
Hichborn shows that of the three battle
ships building m Newport News, the
Kcurstirgu is advanced 92 per cent, to?
ward completion, the Kentucky yo'por
.nt. and the Illinois 68 per cent.
Cramp has the Alabama 88 per cent,
finished and the Maine :) per cent. At
the Union Iron Works the Wisconsin
stands at 7:: per cent, and the Ohio
at - p r c ut.
The sheathed cruiser Albany, in Eng?
land, is SO per cent, adv.mc d. Tic
monitor Wyoming, at Union Iron
Works, is set down at 12 per cent.; the
Comic ticut. at Lath. In per cent., and
the Florida, at Nixon's, '.' per cent.
The training ship Chesapeake, at Bath,
is set down at OS pi r >?? :it.. and the tor?
pedo boats vary all the way from S7
I" r cent., In the case of the Duh|gren,
at Math, to nothing.
The cruiser Atlanta, which has been
undergoing extensiv - repairs at the
New Yoik navy yard, is being hurried
to completion. Lieutenant Frederick C.
Bowers has been usslghi d to duty in lil?
ting her for sea. The crulsei .- ne w
equipment Includes triple expansion en?
gines and double s< reWs In plat ?? ot
double i nglncs and single screw.
The Yoscmite sailed to-day front
Singapore for Manila, whence she will
go to Guam. The North Atlantic squad?
ron has arrived .it Portland. It will go
nexi to Newport. The Fugle has ur
tIvcd at Blbara.
A board (if naval nflic ra lias been np
pointcd to examine the submarine boat
Plunger, built for the government at
the; Columbian Iron Works, Baltimore,
and determine what changes In the ma?
chinery will mhke ii more satisfactory.
The board begins its sessions to-day. .
MRS. CLARKE DEAD.
Mrs. Mose (Marke, w ife of Mr. Clarke,
w ho resides in East Hampton, died at
her boon- yesterday morning after nn
Illness of several weeks, aged 46 years.
Mrs. Clarke had resided here for the
past three years, having come to Hamp?
ton from Philadelphia with her hus?
band, who afterwards returned to tin
Quaker City, she was n lady of sweet
disposition and was generally beloved
for her many womanly virtues. The
husband was with her when she died,
and with on,- child survives her. The fu?
neral servlci s will be held from the res?
idence this afternoon nl 4 o'clock, mid
the interment will be In Oakland ceme?
? TT WHILE IN BATHING.
Mr. A. B. Moore, who is employed In
the nflices at the shipyard, was quite
painfully cut while in bathing last
nicht. His feet wore lirsl injured oil
some hard, sharp substance on the bot?
tom, and Inlor. he f, ii forward; striking
his hands oh the same oi>;."< inflicting
deep gash on the 1< ft wrist, s
TEMPORARY CLERK APPOINTED.
Posthinstor Fred. Bead has appoint?
ed Mr. Warren smith to aol as a tem?
porary clerk In the postofllcc while the
regular clerks arc taking ihelr vaca?
tions, which will cover a period of spinn
seventy-live days. He will enter upon
bin duties on the morning of Hi - 16th.
!>w * i.r.
(Special lo Virginian-Pilot.")
Dwnle, Dickenson county, Va., July
14.?Doc. Hawkins, n well-to-do black?
smith of Clint wood, died of consump?
tion Wednesday, after an Illness of
me months. The remains nie being
taken to Russell county for Interment.
Tin- d ?. i ased h a ves a wife and several
a TLANTIC .'i DANVILLE RAILWAY
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT Jt'NF. 17. ISOO.
TRAIN No. 1?Dally.?Leaves Norfolk
from wharf foot of Malhews street at
0:30 a. in . Wesl Norfolk at I0:'i0 a, in., for
Danville and Intermediate points, arriving
at Danville .,?. 6:3? p. m.
TRAIN No, 8?Dally? Leaves Norfolk.
7.40 p m ; West Norfolk, Stlfl p. hi., ar?
rive at Lawrflhccvlllo 11:33 p, m.f arriving
nt Danville at 5:32 o'clock a. in., except
Monday, 'in Lawrencevllle only ion Sun
1'tIIAIN No. 4 arrives at Norfolk at B:C0
a. m. daily.
TRAIN No. - arrives at Norfolk ai 5:20
p. in. daily.
TRAIN No. x connects at Dcnnigton
Junction w ith Norfolk and Western rail
road for Durham and Intermediate points.
TRAINS N'os. 1 and 11 connects it .!??!
fuss June'ion and Danville tor all points
on the Southern Hallway system.
PULLMAN SLEEPERS between Dan?
ville nnd AsheV.llc. AtUinta, Jacksonville
Memphis a:.d New I ., ae.-i
Tickets on sale ai d iiaggage checked at
company's wharf. Norfolk,ami at Kmnicr
son & Wats.in'.- igency, Portsmouth.
Steamer City of Chester touches at .v.
Y. P. and N. P.. 1:. wharf on outgoing
tr: < for ihr.eic'i pars- inters,
WM. II. TAYLOR, Trnfllc Mnnacer.
CI1AS. O. HA INKS,
t, in i .il Manager.
C-l LYDE'S REGUI?\R LIN E STEAM
j SHI BS FOR PHILADELPHIA.
ONLY DIRECT LINK FROM NOR?
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA
Tntit further notice f.?.cainer? are an
nointcd to ?all fror? Norfolk frVer> MON
DAY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY ..
c o'clock p. m., and from Phlladelphl
every TUBSDAYj THURSDAY and SAT
1 rhrOUgh bills of lading to all point:
South and Southwost via Seaboard Alt
'i ino Atlantic ?'last Uno, Virginia am
Tennessee Air Lino. South, rn Railway
Norfolk and Carolina und Norfolk ui
s JAMES W. McCARRICK,
General Southern Agent, Norfolk, Va.
WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO..
General Agents, Philadelphia.
SCHEDPLE IV EFFECT JCN'K 1SJ9.
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
7:40 a. tn.?For Richmond, Washington,
Lynchbure a.-iu the West.
1:35 p. m. ?V.stlbulia Limited for Rich?
mond a:, i Washington. Stopi
only r.t sjoftolk. Waverly and
? 25 p. m. ? For Petersburg, Lynehburg,
the West and Southwest.
Trains arrive at Norfolk dally t>:i0u. m.,
Il :'j h.. in and 10 W p. in.
Tickets -Jtnl oil information at staUog
and 10 dauby tuet;.
v.\ n tievilu
General i'jsseagvr Agent.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL i'OlNTi
EFFECTIVE MARCH 12. 1S5J.
l.v. Norfolk .I 9,00 a ml 5.S."> p in
Ar. Ral"igh. 3,60 p ml 2.09 a in
Ar. Durham .4:43 p m, 3.10 a m
Ar. Circunsboro .; 6.35 i> ml 5.1? a in
Ar. Bullsbury ., ; M p m| t>.40 a. m
Ar. Ashtvilln .112:10 a m; 2.23 p m
At. Hol Springs .i 1 a in 3:61 p in
Ar. Know lit' .; 4 IS a m; I.JO p in
Ar Chattanooga .. .-.I 7:10 in|ll:33 p m
Ar Nashville .; l> ifc, 3:40 a in
Ar. Chailotto .I 9.33 p or 7 55 a in
Ar. Atlanta .i !>:'.?) u in 3:.'?? u in
A.- Mi nlgomery .. ..110:31 a inj 9:30 p ni
A - Mobile .j 3:45 |> in 3:0* a in
Ar. Orleans .I ?:1" p mi 7:10 a in
A.- Birmingham .Ill 20 a in 110 00 i> in
Ar Memphis ....' 9:20 p in! 7:15 a :n
Ar Columbia .; l 37 a m, 11 25 a m
Ar. Angus! i . 8.00 a ni| 3.45 |i m
Ar. Savannah ., 5.U0 a no 3.15 p in
Ar. Jacksonville .! 515 a n | 7.to p tn
Ar. Tain.'a .,| i.W |i m| 7:40 a in
Polln an Palace Sleeping Cars.
For all Information apply at
< ii.v ticUe? um,,.. Hiiiii mill G ran by
Mrri'h, ?rlllin.'t ltt2.
n.'fT?arfe railed for and checked freni
hotels and residences by Virginia Trans
fei Company on oi.j.-is left at ticket of.
FRANK S O WN'OX,
3c? V President and Uen I Mirr.
j. m CULP. W. a. TURK.
Traftle Mgr. Ccn'l r*.** AgL
Washington, i>. ?'.
W ii. DOLL. Puss. Agt.. Norfolk. Va.
The new and powerful Iron lialaee
a,Mii\. NEWPORT NEWS. WASH.
INOTON and NORFOLK w II leave
daily its follows:
Leave For t sou. u 111. faot of
Not th Btrui I . ?5 00 p. m
I..nv<- Norfolk, foot of Water
Ktreot . 6.45 p. m.
Lcuvo Old Point Comfori . 6.46 p m
Arrive In Warhlncton. 7u0 u. in.
I Arrive In Philadelphia, Pcnn.
:. It."in ?6 a. m.
Arrive in Philadclph a. B. .t O.
R."11 00 a in.
Arrive In New York, Pcnn.
R. R. ??1.13 p. m
Arrive In New York. P. & O.
R. U.MI.S p. m.
I.rave New York, Pcnn. R. R. ?Inno p. m
l,i ave New York. U. O.
i:. R.??1.00 p. m.
Leave Philadelphia. P?mn. R.
? R. *".13 p. m.
Leave Philadelphia. B. .\: O.
R. R.??3.07 p. m.
Arrive dn Washington, Penn.
It. i:. ?C.10 p. m.
Arr v.- In Washington, B. St o.
R. R.*?6.00 p. m.
Leave Washington.?6,30 p. ni.
Arrive Old Point Comfori.... 7.00 n. m.
AVrlvc In Norfolk,. S,00 a. ni
Arriv" In Portsmouth. b a) a. rn.
? l 'ally.
??Daily except Sunony.
Tl< Icet3 on sale at R. O. tl kel oftiee
n. .* C. office, at W. T. Walke's und
company's office on wharf.
For further Information applv
1'. J. CALLAHAN.
Telephone (41. Agent.
11 i.ix \BETH RIVER AND HAMPTON
.I'j ROADS IJKltllY COMPANY.
?Operating ll.mrlv Service to?
PINNER'S POINT and WEST NOR?
Commodious and comfortable steamer.
Superior accommodation* to meet the now
demand. Steamer VOLUNTEER.
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JUNE 3rd. ISM
Touching at Southern Railway wharf,
PlnnT's Point, each way.
LEAVE Ni'RFOl.K. Southern Railway
wharf, loot of Jackson stri i t. 0:30 a. in
7:t:. a. in. no Pinner's Point only),
(fiS:P,0 a. m.. a. m. (connect?
ing with A. & D. passenger train at Weal
Norfolk?no stop at Pinner's Point), iO:;to
a,m.,(f)12:O0 m., ?1:30 p. in.. 2:30 p.m., (f)4:O0
n. in., 5:60 p. ni., *$:35 p. in. (connecting
with Southern Railway passenger train at
Pinner's Point?does not go to West Nor?
LEAVE WE8T NORFOLK. A. & P.
Railway's wharf. 7:'.(i a. m., (f)9:G0 a. m.t
?10:00 a. rn.. 11.00 a. m., (01:00 p. m.. ?2:00 p.
m., 3:00 p. tri.', 4:55 p. m. (bringing pass ::
gora from a. & i>. passenger train from
the W? si \ <--.\j p. m.
?Daily. All other trips dally, except
(f) Freight carried on th< so trips only.
The round tr:p to \v> st Norfolk on this
comfortable steamer affords A M?ST DE?
LIGHTFUL BREATH OF SALT air
FOR THE 11? IT WEATHER.
O. M. 8ERPKLL, President.
P. B. DANCY. Vt... Prcsldi rit.
J. A! C. GRONER. S c. and Trcas.
GOTTEN TP ESPECIALLY FOR
LADIES, CHILDREN AND NURSES
Commencing TUESDAY AFTERNOON,
June SOlh. the com fort nble and safe
steamer "VOLUNTEER" will le.n
Southern Railway wharf, fool Of
laekson sti.I, Norfolk, every afternoon
?t! C'45 P- >>'?. louehum at Atlantl i? itv
\: rrltl Wrecking Company's wharf at 7
i, in for a sail down th. river, making
stops; returning to Norfolk by t,;;.d p.
? A trip on thli steamer affords a most
I'd ghtful breath of 3alt air for the hot
Thorr living In Ghent or the West Fn.l
by lakin;: the Atlantic C ty cars will be
put out at the Mcrrltt Wrecking Co.'s
NOTE.?West Norfolk people can tak
the boat f>>r this excursion nl tho A & D
Wharf West Norfolk, u 6:15 p. m.. and
dinner's Point and Port Norfolk people
it Southern Railway pier No. 1 at 6:30 p.
m No additional far.-. Je2I-tf
NURSES AND CHILDREN .10c.
ELIZA ETH RIVER AND HAMPTON
iiuADS FERRY COMPANY.
BETWEEN NORFOLK AND
teSST" VIRGINIA BEACH. SS?.
With steamer* forming the
"FAST VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA
(formerly Point's North Carolina Lino
and Bennett's North Carolina Line.)
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE Ith, ISO;'.
9:00 A. M.
MAIN LINE-TO VIRGINIA BEACH
Dally except Sunday:
7:30 a. in., though ex |ti es?
(a)9 HO a. in., mixed, makes no stops west
10 20 a. in., Hi rough express.
13:50 p. in., |o< at < xpress.
3:00 p. in., tin.-ucii express.
5 in p. in . through express.
?> :;o p in , local express,
7.L p. in., through express.
9'21> a. m., local cxiur?.
11:15 a. in., through express.
1-' ;0 p. in , ii>i al express
It W p. in . I IIIGllgh ex pi rs*.
6 10 p. in., tin ui ^h expi
7.10 p. in . through express, makes local
LEA V H VIRGINIA BEACH.
I'ally except SMindaj.
?? to a.
la IS 20 a.
8:30 p. in ,
10 JO p. in.
to a. m
15 a. in
through cxpi f>!i
through i x pi e.->o.
I0< .il expi ess.
?4 .? p. in., rast ? xpress.
St30 p. in., through express.
10 30 p in . through express.
? st 'ps only at Ocoana, Lynnhaven ami
tal .\iai,. s no stop? wffi of Thalia.
Through express trains make the trip in
Fast express In no minutes.
Local express in :<5 minutes.
LEAVE NORFOLK, VA.
Pally except Sunday?10:00 a, m.. mixed;
i on p in , local ex pi ess,
LEAVE MUNDEN POINT. VA.
Daily except Sunday?7:30 a. in., mi^cU;
00 p. in . loeal express.
All steamers other than Curiituck
I Sound steamers, arrive und dopait from
I pier No, i (adjoining Clyde Line) Water
?tree!, Noif.ilk. Va.
Trains stop only on signal nt Interme?
diate stiliuiia to take on or put Off pas*
W. P. ASHBURN.
.i ' Con. Fr!. and Pass. Agt.
?j. P HOLLAND,
>TORFOLK * OCEAN VIEW RAIL
?I WAY COMPANY.
QUICK AND FREQUENT SERVICE
NORFOLK OCEAN VIEW. OLD POINT
HAMPTON AND NEWPORT NEWS
Take the Ocean View Route for Old
Point, connecting With the C, ft O, and
Trolley Lines for Newport News and In?
?l ? [Si-hodiile tak
%>\ f? >"R effect
> :'.- juii!? 11,
'?-. ' RS iv.''J.
- ; I_
A M AM A M
t!:00| 6:20 7.i\> L'l d'vex Pur
I Md <fy
A MI AM A M
?| SA' S:3o Local daily, 7:?' S:",. 8:50
?' i 9:?:>?>' :?:.'..". 10.2.-.
9:30 10:00 Local
in 3 ? 11:00 11:30 Local
P M P M I' M
12:00 12:2"! I DO I.oral
12:30 I I Ex press
11:00 1:2.'.; 2:00 i ?1.1 P'l
12*0 2:2?i 8:00 Old P'l
?2:30 I Express
!.: ?i 2:2.: !.'?? i >:.i Pi
?;>:30 I [Express
H e.. 4:25] ;,:i-.. >l,j p t
?4:80 i Express
15:00 5:2r.| 6:00 old P'l
?5:30 ' llxiir. Bs.
16:00 6.2: 7;00]Old P't
17:"" 7S:r-- t'.il I' t
?7:30 I Express
18:00 8:2'. 9:C0 Old l"t
?8:30| I Express
10:00 9:25|10:00;OI I P't
?9:30' i lExpress
110:00 10:25111:00 Old l"t
1 3:20 4:00
; 1:20 f. <i
} li : ?? 11:23 ii:50
.I'M P M P M
1 1:20. 2:" 2.2i
'I I I
I 2:20. 3:0" 2:2"
j 5:201 6:00 : 6:20
I 6:20| 7:00. 7:20
I 7:20i S:00 8:20
I S:20j 9DOI 9:20
I I I
I 9:2" 10:00 10:20
? Ocean View only.
; 1st Section Old point Express. 2nd Sec?
tion Ocean View Loeal.
t Leaves at 10:45 On Sunday,
Local freight leaves Norfolk 7:00 a. m..
11:00 a m. and .'. p. m.
Freight received until lifte-n minutes
before leaving time, ? ?
Fare for the round trip to Ocean View.
Fare lor the round trip to Old Point
from liny part of Norfolk. COc. Old Point
ticket.-, on sale by all street ear conduc?
tors, D. A HEOARTY,
G hi ral Superintendent.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
sav t-i im e.
COMSIENCIMO .VON DAY. A CO. S, 1S?S.
I.v Portsmouth. HlRh street.IS.23 pin
l.v. Norfult. Main sweet.!6:lA> p in
Lv Old Point llygeia I'ler.ll tW p in
Ar. Baltimore, Union Do ?. 7:00 a m
I i' It 11. I U 4 O.
. I 7.45 a in I 7 al a in
.1*10:18 a in, :i0:lS o in
.,?12 4? p m]113:3* n'a
1 P. R. IC. I ?. i O.
..[ 12:10 p m| ! .00 p m
.i 14:41 p ml 13:07 p m
.] 17 :i? p ml !i:10 p in
Lv UaJlltnoro .. -.
Ar. Philadelphia ...
Ar. Now YoiU .
Lv Net* York ....
Lv .1 bliadelphla ..
Ai. Unit . Cantuii .
Lv. Baltimore, Light street .6:20 p ni
Lv Baltimore, Canton . 7:10 p m
Lv Old I' out . 8:1S a in
Ar. Norfolk . 7:00 a m
Ar. Portsmouth .*-3?> * na
t?Daily except Buuflny, ??Daily
TUh*:s f >ld to all points North, East
and West anJ baggage checked to desti?
nation Staterooms ressrired upon appll
c-illoli In crrson at the company's ofllce.
No 77 West Main street, or oa board
l-irgh' will not he received ?rter 4 p.
m. to ro forward that day.
Fol further tr.forrnotIon apply to
?J J. W BROWN, Jr ,
Kouthcm Passenger Agant.
tn oil RICHMOND. PETERSBURO.
I CLAREMONT, OLD POINT,
1 NEWPORT NEWS AND JAMES RIVER
LANDIN? DIRECT RY
1 Virginia Navigation Company's Elegant
? ?-iioon Steamer POCAHONTAS leaves
("ydo wh.uf. Norfolk, every TUESDAY.
THURSDAY ind SATURDAY at 7 a. in.,
touching at Portsmouth, Newport News
! and Old Point going and return.mr, :lr.
? - at Richnwnd about 5 ;'," p. m., con
nectlug with all tvening tra:ns.
Far.- t-i Klclinv nil. 11.50.
To Richmond and return, I2M.
To Richmond, ieoondrclasn 11.09.
T ckets much ch'iiper than any other
route to Richmond. PetersbarR. Waverly,
HKk-iford and stations on Atlantic and
Danville iallroad and all |K>.n:s %
Tickets for sale at tlckot agencies of
Walke ?i Son. 11. Brandt, and oa board
Freight received rtally (Sunday except?
ed) for all above nam -d po:nt?.
JAMES W. M CARRICK,
FOIt NEW YORK.-Pos
?enger ships are appointed
to sail from Norfolk ut 7:3? |
p. ni. daily, except Sunday. '
PItOM NEW YOltK?On
M nday. Tuesday, Wednes?
day, Thursday and Fri?
day at u.'.o p. in.. Saturdays
at 1:00 p. m.
Pare. Including meals and stateroom
berth .* sw
Hound tr p lltinitcd to SO days).JU.vO
For lit'..?t4 a:.a reservatton of state?
rooms a; p.> a: thl.ot o! ice. ISO Main
street, or at gencrul office, ut wharf
Ship* leave Old Point lor Norfolk Sun?
day about 10 a. m. .. _
TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS
Hampton Heids. J, s. Warden, Luray,
A ceo mack and Virginia Dare, sa.lmg
daily, except Sunday, from Company s
FOR Oi.l> POINT?At C.15 and 11:15 a.
m. 3:45 and 7:1" p. m.i Portsmouth. 6:30and
10 05 s. in. and 3:05 p m.i Bay Uno wharf.
Norfolk at 6:45 and 11:30 a m. and 4:00
FOR HAM1TON?At 11:13 a m. and
3:45 and 7:10 p. m.: Portsmouth, 10:05 a. m.
and 3.05 ?>. in.. Bay Lino wharf at 11:50
a m. and i.w n u?
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AN P SMITH
FIELD?At ::3" p. m.: Portsmouth, 2:1?
P m.J Hay Line, 3'0 p. in.
FUR WARE AND EAST RIVERS?At
I 15 a. m.; Portsmouth. 6.30 a. ni.; Hay
Line 6S5 a tn.
FOR NORTH RIVER?On Monday.
Wednesday and Friday at 6:15 n. m.i
Portsmouth, 6:30 a. m.: Uay Line, 0:15 a.
FOR BEVERN RIVER?On Tuesday.
Thursday Saturday at 6:15 a in :
Portsmouth, t.co a. ni.; Hay L.no tils
FOR BACK, POQUOSIN AND TORK
ntVER LANDINGS AND CRAB NECK
? ?':i Monday, Wednesday and Friday a:
* 15 a rn.; Portsmouth 6:30 a. m.; Hay
Line. fi t.". ?. m Returning following day.
FOR NAN8EMOND RIVER A N11 SUF?
FOLK?At 3:00 p m.i Portsmouth, 3:10
P. m. renne.-: nc at Suffolk with Suffolk
und Carolina railroad.
Freight rVr War". Fast. North. Severn.
Back, Ponuosin York and Nansemond
river landings must bo prepaid.
All schedules subject to change without
I Freight for Washington and New Hern.
; N C, reeelved at and delivered from
Norfolk ana Southern railroad depot.
Freight received daily, except Sunday.
until 6;U0 p.
M. P. CROWELL Agent.
CAPE \ New York?
ROUTE \ Railroad.
QUICK TIME?LOW RATES.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT HOI I DAT,
APRIL 23. lf':>.
7:45 a. m. dally, except Sunday?(Parts
moath. ilttth ktrcet, ? :^'J a. in )
Arrive nt Philadelphia 0:43 p.
tn.; New York ut 3:33 p. rn,
6 00 p. rn. dally; Portsmouth. High street
b.M. Arrive at Philadelphia,
&:10 n. m ; New Yerk. 7^3 a. m.
Alt It IV E AT NORFOLK
9:C0 a m. dally: Portsmouth, Hir-ii street
5?:10. leaving New York at 1:0i)
p m.: Philadelphia. ii:io p. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
7:50 p. m. dally, except Sunday (Ports.
month. High street, K:O0 v. m.)
l.-avtng New Yoik at 3:00 a. in.;
Philadelphia. 10:20 a. in.
CIa-o eoneertlon made with all rail and
sound linos io and from Hosten.
Pullman Sleeping Cars on night traln.i
between ?vtney City. Philadelphia and
Pullman Buffet ParlT Carson day trains
between Philadelphia and capo Charles,
Through tickets sold and baggage
cheeked at Walkc'a Agency, under At
lantlu Hotel, and on steamers,
R. P. COOKS,
General fasienccr and Freight A?ent.
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
For Boston. Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fl .days at 3:00 p. in.
1 ?>!: PROVIDENCE.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur?
day at 00 p. ni
-PARES TO DOFTON A N D rROVI
Flrat-clnsit. Including meals and
stateroom berth .111.00
Steerage, Including meal-; und bunk. .j'.?.oo
Perishable freight sent via Providence
forwarded by early tram to R st-m and
at tin same rale us l>y u.reit steamers to
For further Information apply to
R. 11 WRIGHT; Agent Norfolk, Va.
A. 1? BTKBRINS. Ass'l Traiii- M'gr.
W. P. TURNER. Qen. Pa Agent
J. C. WHITNEY, Trafil Mannger.
General ?ftlces, ilaltlmoro, Md.
ttlnnta, Vew Orleans, lugnsta, Maron,
Chattanooga, IS'ushville, Memphis, I lot ida,
X^.?:*-, I 'abinrma ana i fit QUllre Soli lji^
In Effect Dec. II. 1W.| No n, 1 No. F%
f.v. Norfolk _ 7.77.1 n ml ?5:30 p m
?? Portsmouth S.A L.| ' 10 a mi n-i.? p m
Ar S'-fr^lk ... " I 9:60 n ml 9:1? p rr.
" I.ewlston .. .N O.I l ??? |i m1.
?? W..?*?>,' .. .S.A.L] J1 "O a m; 1!:10 p rri
" iW.rlT'on .. " ! 1:50 p ml 12:5*1 ,i m
" Raleigh . . " I 8:34 p ml S:IB n m
" Southern Plnrs " I t is p in' 4:23 a m
?? Wilmington .. " |.i '." o-, P m
" Charlotte " j*10:!S p ml 7:50 % m
" Columbia C.N&T; 111:53 a tn 1:15 ;> rn
" Am-mta .C.&W.Cj510:50 a tn' ?i r.i p ,n
" Athens .. S a L| ?3:4S a ml i iis p m
" Atlanta (C?Tm.-ll ? '. ? a ml 8:50 ri n>
" Mi-op .. C.of Oa. 11 v> a m 7:20 j. in
" Jacksonville Plant 7"5 p mj 8:45 a rn
" T.impx .. P;in: S M ft ml r IS ;> rr.
" Montgom'y W.ofA 10:31 a m: ?:i, n m
" Mobile .. ,.L.*N.| 3:50 pm 3:05 a m
" New Orleans . " i !? p mi 7 to a m
" Chat'noogn W*AI l CO p ml :??:. a m
M Nashvllls NC*StT' C ""? ?? ml 7:00 n m
" Memphis KCM&Rl 7::o p m| 4 oo a m
? 1 ?.-?'!v TPally. ex. Sunday.
Connections at New Orleans with South
ern Pae He ind Texas Pacific railways
fcr all points in Texas, Mexico and Call
No. 102?Arrive Portsmouth daily - *j
a ni. _
So 3S?Arrtvo Portsmouth dally 6:S)
v 3. W. CROWN. Jr .
FaJ.s'r Agt.. 1&:< M iln sr Norfilk. Va
? Trav. Pass'r Agt., Portsmouth, Va.
E BT JOHN. Vice President and Uonerji
V E M-llKF. Oer.eral Fuprrlr.tendent.
II. W. B. OLOVER. L S ALLEN.
Traffic Manager. Oen'l l'asa'r Agt ,
FOR RICHMOND. WASHINQTON.VIR
Q1N1A SPRINGS ami MOUNTAIN RE
SORTS. CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE.
CHICAGO. ST. LOU18, &c.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 23. ISM.
WESTL?CND. il & 5 I I | 3
Lv. Portsmouth.| 6:30ni 3:iX>p
Lv. Korrolk .I 7 W a 3:30 p
Lv. Newport Newa_ 8:00 a] t:35p
Ar Richmond. 10:10 a| 6:50 p
Lv. Il'il (R.F.*P.).1*12:00 n| j 7:40 p
Ar. Wash : ii ,UP.vPi.. ?.-?>:>, [11:20p
Lv. R'd (Main L!no>..,U0.20 a| 2:15pdO:30p
Ar. Charlottesvillo ...i 1:46 p 5:44 pi 2:43 a
Ar. Staunton .| 3:3S pi 7:08 pi 4:23 a
Ar. Chiton Forge.\ 6:15 p S:57 pj 6.23 a
Ar. Va. Ho: Springs.:.] 9 .60 p, 7:25a
Ar, While Sulphur_| 6:26 p| 9:28 pj 7:06 *
Ar. Ronceverte .I o.?op, 9:.V0p; 7:25 a,
Ar. Cincinnati .| 7.55 a, 8:15 p
Ar. Louisville .i iip.oo a| a.oo p
Ar. Chicago .) I 8:30 p] 7:16*
Ar. St. Louis.[ I 6:56 p| 7;J0a
? Dally except Sunday. Other time dally.
N os. i A: 5?Dally Norfolk to Richmond;
.'\ 'jt Sunday west of Richmond, Parlor
far. except Sunday, from uld Point to
Ronceverte, without change. Connects at
Richmond with James River Division
train for Lynchburg, Lexington and Clif?
ton Forgo. Connects at Qordonsvlllo lor
Calverlon and Manassas,
No t?DAILY.with Pullmans. Richmond
to Cincinnati, Lou ivllle and St. Li ins.
No. 3? DAILY, Pullmans. Old Point to
Hinten, Cincinnati and Louisville.
Mi als served In 1 lining Cars oa Nos.
i and 2 west ot Gordonsville.
C. .v O. STEAMER LOUISE leaves Nor?
folk for Newport News at 7 a. in.. 9:25 a.
in. and 3:30 p. m. Leaves Newport News
lor Norfolk S:15 a, in., 11:15 a. in and 6:03
p. m. Arrives Norfolk '.':li a in., 12:15
noon and 7.o5 p. ni.
For further Information apply to
J It WILLCOX. Ticket Aeent. or
F, vv. ?'t i'.I>. PasseiiKcr a sent.
C. and O Ticket Oftlce, Atlantic Hotel,
JOHN D. POTTB,
Asst. General Pasienter Atrot.
* o a s, r
(Morfol'a ?* csroiins Knllroad.1
_r-N. EFFECT JUNE 4tli, 1S99. ~
I I No. 103.
Options. ] No. O. iD'i'y ci.
_ I Daily. / Sunday.
Lv. Norfolk .j j:00 a in| 2:20 p uC
Lv. ?ort? June.\ VM a ml 3:43 p m
Ar. Seite?. Va.jU.od a iu 3:11 p irt
A:, lunla. N. C. 10:50 a m. 1:1. p ;a
Ar. Hubsood. N. U. ...|12:00 m j 6:2? p oi
Ar. Tarboro, N. C_|l2:kl p ml CM p m
Ac Leiky Mount. NC.,12 60 p inj 6:3*. p a
Ar Wllllaniston, N c. |.i g.n p iq
Ai Plymouth, N. C.,.| 7:10 p in
Ar. Washington, N. C...1.17:30 pin
Ar. Kliislon, N. C.I.| 7 bi p ui
Ar. Wilson. N. C.I 2:i? p m. 7:10 p in
Ar. Ool?boro, N. C_ 3:21 p u\| 7.j0 p iu
Ar. Wilmington, N. C.| 5:50 p in, JU0 a m
Ar. Foyettevlllc, N. C...I 1:25 p mj 1:08 a in
Ar. Florence, o. C.| (".21 a m. 3:15 a m
Ar. Charleston, S, C.110:50 p m| 6:18 u m
Ar. Columbia. S. c.10:20 p nilH:00 a tu
Ar. AUgusla. Ga .i 1.66 a ui| i .65 a a>
Ar. Allunla. c,s.Il2:35 p nil 13:15 p n?
Ar Maeon. Qa.|U:15 a tn|U:13 a m
Ar. Savannah. Ca .i 3:*l a ni 9;W u in
Ar, .'.:e:.. oiivllle. l".a....| s i. a m| L30_p m
No 10 il.e.y ronnecl.r e.'llt? ACL. trail
2J for a1! ui '.nts South.
No. I03,dally,??cept .Sunday, makes close
bonneetlon at J!rl?coo: tot WaahinsTtto*
, N. C? Klns'.on, N. C. and Plymouth, I
f and nil l,'ej:l?-rn Carolina points; also
ai Rocky Moo.-.* wllh A. C. U train ** fue
?11 points .ii..ih
! No. ll'3, daily, except Sunday, makes
! c'.osu efvaneotloa at Aheoki? lor Windsor,
; N C, and stations on W. & P. R. It.
Trains aime at Norfolk at 6:66 |, m.
dally, also at 10:25 a. in., daily, except
No. ?9 runs through without ctanca
Norfolk to W llininctoo.
Uagsag? ciici aed ul Company's Ncrfo'.U
wharf, and also ni office of pass-uigki
ami Ticket agent lit alaia sweet i ipp. ?>
?Ii? Atlantla Hotel).
For llrkols to all points South, ?Uipl ifl
ear reservations and general oifci iuat.-js
call ou or address.
J. A. NEtraRIlAUE.It,
Passenger and Ticket asiat.
JAMK? F. MAUP1N,
Oer.eral Forwarding Afftnf.
H. M. EMERSON, Oen. Pass a?iau
a. M BKRPELL Oca. Manager.
T. si EUERSON. T< afhc Manager.
HorroiK i souiiisrn B. B. Co.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 19lh, 1S09.
MAIL .\M? EXPRESS LEAVES NOR.
FOLK DAILY (except Sunday) 19 a. m,
f-.r i-.ci. in < n\, Lueuteii, Mackey'a
Ferry, R?per, Pantego, Bellhaven, Etc.
Connects ..: Edonlon with N. & S. K. R.
steam i a ? i Hows: Daily (except sun
da\j lor i'l.. muiith. J a niesville, Wdllam
Bton and Windsor. TUESDAY, TH?RS
DAY aii.l SATURDAY lor all landinKs on
Clio wan river, ..nd MONDAY und FRI?
DAY i r Scu| pi rni ns river, Connects at
U llhnvcn ?it:i Old Dominion steamers
for Makicyvllle, South Creek, Aurora,
Washington and Intermediate landings).
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR.
FOLK nt i 10 i'- ni. TUESDAY, THURS?
DAY u.vi SATURDAY for Elizabeth City,
Edcnton and via> stations. Connect at
Elisabeth City with the steamer Neust for
Roanokc Island, O racoke Oriental, New.
bi rne, Morchead City, Klnston and Golds
boro, via A, N, R. R., and for Jackson
\ill,-. Wilminut'-n, N. c., and for ?'.ailona
on tho W. i W. R. R.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (except
Sunday) at i 15 p in., und morning tram
at 11 .i. m. Tl ES DAY, THURSDAY und
SATURDAY, connecting with all rull and,
steam lines at Norfolk for tho North.
Fast an I VV- -t. Passeincer station at foot
Of ! si Main street, Norfolk and West?
ern depot. Freight station on Water
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH
FAST FREIGHT LINK AND OLD DO
MINION LINE between all points North
i fast via Norfolk und Norfolk and
South rn Railroad and Eastern North
Fi : - 'Cived dally nt 5 p. m. and
forwarded promptly at low rate,
i - fun Information apply to the
ru Oftlce ot the N. St S. K. R. Co.,
H. c\ HUDG1N8.
General Freight and Passenger Aifent.
M. K. KING, Gi neral Manager.
For Petersburg, Newport News and
James River Landings,
STEAMER S. A. McCALL, FROM
N. V P. .V N. WHARF MONDAYS,
\\ EDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS, 6:00 a. m.
with passengers and freight. LOWEST
Fern I tween NORFOLK. West
NORFOLK, PINNER'S POINT and
PORT NORFOLK. Leave N. Y. P.
,v N. dock. Norfolk. 6:3"?, S:00. 9:00, 10:00,
M ?? ., in I, - 00, 3:00, 4.30. 6:00 p. m.;
ive WEST NORFOLK 7:00
S ? ? ? 10: 0, 11:30 a. m.; 1:30, 2:30, 3:30,
i ..' o .11 p. m., stopping at Pinner's Point
. 0, S:00 p. m., stopping at Pinner's Point
and Port Norfolk going and coming. I.ow
.-? ratos and host service. Frelgnt car
: 1:00 i m.. 12:30 and 1:30 p, m. trips,
l: R COOKE ?: :u-ral Agent; J.W.P1UL
Ml B. < n ..