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THE NEWS FROM. VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE EIGHT
PETERSBURG.
This City Secures One of Three
military Appointments.
Lieutenant Plummer, of Hie Fourth
virKiciia, Appointed to the Volun?
teer Army ? I'nrolj r.e<l ? Dentil ?
Hi let Mention.
Petersburg, Va., July 17.?Lieutenant
Frederick H. Plummer, late of the
Fourth Virginia Volunteer Infantry,
has been appointed a second lieutenant
in one of the new volunteer regiments
which are to go to the Philippine Is?
lands. Mr. Plummcr's selection for this
honor is due to the arduous and untir?
ing efforts of Hon. Sydney P. Epes,
who has labored diligently, and, as the
result shows, successfully, to secure
this prize for the Fourth District Of
Virginia, of which he Is the "hustling"
representative.
Mr. Plummcr's friends, who are le?
gion, aro justly proud of his record as
a soldier, and united in congratulating
him upon tho honor done him, and in
expressing their appreciation of the la?
bors of Congressman Epos In winning
this appointment for the Fourth Dis?
trict.
When it Is remembered that there
were only three of these appointments
for Virginia, Mr. Epes, success is all the
more praiseworthy.
STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS.
Mr. Charles Peebles, one of Peters?
burg's best known citizens, was strick?
en with paralysis Saturday morning at
his residence on Perry street, and his
condition Is considered critical. He had
been Indisposed for some days and con?
fined to the house in ist of the time.
Mr. Peebles published and edited a
paper In this city at one time, and
was a writer of much vigor nnd grace.
DEATH OF A WELL KNOWN CITI?
ZEN.
Mr. Robert H. Urowder, an honora?
ble and respected old resident of the
"West End, died Saturday morning at
his residence on Commerce street. Mr.
Urowder was taken with slow fever,
and then with typhoid fever, of which
he was ill for a week or more, and his
demise was not unexpected. He was a
consistent Christian and bore his slok
nesfj with a Christian spirit. Mr.
Browder was a member of Higlf Street
Church and Sunday school. He was In
the employment of Mr. Charles M.
Walsh an a marble cutter for more than
thirty years. He was on the eve of his
6fith birthday at the time of his death.
He was twice married, and his last wife
survives him with four children by his
first wife. They ore: Mrs. M.ittie An?
drews, of Dlnwiddie; Mrs. Dannell, of
Frederlcksburg, and Misses Alice and
Rosa Urowder, of this city.
DEATH OF MItS. SUSAN LEAR.
Mrs. Susan S. Lear died at her home
In this city Saturday at the advanced
age of VO years.
Mrs. Lear was the relict of Joseph
Lear, a well known citizen of Peters?
burg. She died at the home of her BOn,
Rev. W. W. Lear, of Petersburg. Her
only other child is Mr. John S. Lear, of
Richmond.
Mrs. Lear's maiden name was Miss
Wllkerson. she hart been a member of
the Methodist Church for many years.
The funeral took place from the .Market
Street Methodist Church at 4::i0 p. m.
yesterday.
BRIEF MENTION.
Mr. John II. Rodgers, who left here
on the 2?tn of June for Liverpool, Eng?
land, has returned home, much im?
proved by his trip.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Jennings Boissi au,
of Dlnwiddie courthouse, who have
been spending the past week at Vir?
ginia. Beach, have returned home.
It Is rumored that tho owners of the
Heath property on Market street, con?
template building a large tobacco ware?
house on the lot fronting on Friend
street, running down to the Richmond,
Petersburg and Carolina Railroad Com?
pany's property. -
I.EXIKOT09I.
COL. WILLIAM PRESTON JOHN?
STON PASSES AWAY.
Lexington. Va-, July 17.?Colonel Wil?
liam Preston Johnston, aged 67 years
died yesterday morning at -1 o'clock at
tho residence of his son-in-law, Hon. j
Harry St. fieorge Tucker, having come
here a week ago from the Hot Springs j
very III. He was hopeful that this,
climate would be beneficial to him. He
was very comfortable and suffered no
acute pain and was cheerful und hope?
ful to the last. He expired in the same
Jied in which ho was born In Louisville,
TKy., and in the same house in which
his first wife suddenly expired while
seated in the parlor when visiting here,
fourteen years ag>. the fnmily of Judge
I.ea, of New Orleans, who then resided
there.
Colonel Johnston was a s in of Gene?
ral Albert Sidney Johnston und his
wife. Henrietta Preston, of Louisville.
He attended Yale and there met his
llrst wife, a Miss Duncan, daughter "f
Judge Duncan, of New Orleans, of
which marriage three daughters surviv
their part nts?Mrs. H. St. George
Tucker and Mrs. Richard Sharpe, of
"Wilkesbarre, Pa. (both of whom, with
his second wife., who was a Miss Avery,
of Avery Island, La., were present at
his bedside), and Mrs. George A- Ii,-1 >
lnson, of Louisville, Ky., who did not
arrive owing to his sudden demise.
During the civil war he was on the
staff of President Jefferson Davis and
was with him when he was captured,
He afterward came to Washington and
Leo University us professir of history
and English literature, which choir he
Tilled for seven years, and retired on
a<e,,unt of ill-health, but continued to
deliver lectures for years on history and
the science of law at the university.
Ho then went to Uaton Rouge as
president of tho University of Louis?
iana, (t$ui subsequently accepted the
presidency of Tulane XTnlversity, which
he filled until his death. He had the
degree of doctor of law conferred on
him by Washington nnd Lee in 1875.
He was the author of several literary
works, chief among these the life of
his distinguished father. He wna a re?
gent of Smithsonian Institute. His
funeral took place from Grace Memor?
ial Church to-day and his remains were
taken to Louisville to be interred by
the side of his first wife and children
buried there.
LYNCH BO It?.
IN BANKRUPTCY ?A CHARTER
GRANTED?GOOD SHOWING.
Lynchburg;, Va., July 17.?A petition
in bankruptcy bus been hied In the
clerk's office of the United States Dis?
trict Court from Davll L. Solomon, a
Jeweler, of Roanoke. The liabilities are
stated at $36,267.92. with the principal
creditors in Boston, New York. Phila?
delphia, Baltimore, Reading, Lancaster,
Hartford, Cincinnati, Trenton and Roa
noke.
Judge Christian, of the Corporation
Court, has granted a charter to Messrs.
J. Cordon Payne. J. D. Horsley, B. P.
Klrkpatrlck, William Hurl, and 1. H.
Adams, for the purpose of forming a
Joint stock company, to be known as
the Lynchburg Building Company, with
capital SJ^ock or $25,000.
The capital and accumulated profits
of the six city banks of this city on the
1st of July amounted to $1,35MS9. The
total deposits on the same date were
$3.?93.ns. Lynchb?rg, therefore, enters
Upon the closing six months of the nine?
teenth century with an aggregate
available capital of $"..017.606. The to?
tal sum a year ago was about $4,700,000,
showing a gain for the twelve months
of nearly $350,000.
MATE HAK AVSOt ! A II OX.
ELEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING AT
HOT SPRINGS NEXT MONTH.
Tho eleventh annual meeting of the
Virginia State liar Association will be
held nt the Hot Springs, Va.. on August
1st, 1M and 3d, nnd the Executive Com?
mittee have made such arrangements as
will insure a most interesting program.
Hon. John Good,, of Bedford City, Is
president of the association, nnd the ad?
dress to be del I vi red by him will doubt?
less bo worthy of bis fame. He is well
known to Virginians ns one of the most
brilliant lawyers and advanced thinkers
in the Commonwealth.
thi: PROGRAM:
Following is the program:
Tuesday morning, August 1st?The
association culled to order by Jackson
liny, chairman of the Executive Com?
mittee; the president's address by John
Gooile, entitled: "A Recurrence to Fun?
damental Principles;" nppolntmcnt of
committee to recommend officers; re?
ports of secretary and treasurer: re?
ports of standing committees, viz: 1,
Executive Committee: 2. On Admls
I slons; It, On Legislation and Law He
form; 4. Judiciary Committee; 5, On
Legal Education and Admission to the
Par: fi, On Library and Legal Litern- j
lure; 7, on Grievances; 8, On Interna
tional Arbitration.
Tuesday evening?A paper by Jabes '
P. Harrison. entitled. "Suggested
Changes in Our Judicial System; dis?
cussion on the subject of the paper
road: unfinished business.
Wednesday morning. August 2d?A
paper by Marshall McCormlck, entitled
"Professional Ethics;" discussion on the
subject nf tho paper read; report of tho
committee to recommend officers; elec?
tion of members of the Executive Com?
mittee.
Wednesday evening?A paper by R.
T. Irvine, entitled. "Tho Lawyer of the
Future;" discussion on the subject of
the pnper read: presentation of me?
morials on deceased members; new and
miscellaneous business.
Thursday morning, August 3d?The
annual address by Alexander Pope
Humphrey, of Louisville. Ky.. entitled.
"Tho Impeachment of Samuel Chase:"
unfinished business: announcement by
the prcsldent-clcci of the standing com
mlltecs Tor the ensuing year; adjourn?
ment.
The standing commit lees for Hip en?
suing your should meet and organIxe
this afternoon. Sec by-laws, article XII.,
section i.
Thursday evening?Annual banquet,
beginning at 8 p. m.
LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES
1 One size smaller after using Al|en"s Font- :
1 Base, ? powder to bo shaken into the
j shoos. It makes tight or new shoes feel
' us); gives instant relief to coins ami
bunions. IPs the greatest comfort dls
; covery of tho ni?e. Cures und prevents
swollen feet, blisters, callous and sore
spots. Allen's Foot-Ease is a certain cure
for sweating, hot, aching, nervous feet.
At all druggists nnd shoo stores. Trial
package free. Address. Allen S. Olmsted.
lxs Hoy. n. Y._
??rmTwood !
IN CAR LOAD LOTS
Jvtsst Received.
The best for Wood Heaters, seasoned
or green. Deliver any quantity.
CHAS. E. SCOTT & CO.
200 LOVITT AVENUE.
Old Phone 251. New Phono 1136.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
? TLANTIC & DANVILLE RAILWAY
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 17, 1S99.
TRAIN No. 1?Dally.? Leaves Norfolk
from wharf foot of Malhews street at
fe3) a. m., West Norfolk nt 10:00 in , for
Danville and Intermediate points, arriving
at Danville at f>:3."> p. in.
TRAIN No. ."?Daily?Leaves Norfolk
7:40 p ni.; West Norfolk. .S:l<) p. m., ar?
rive at Lawrencevllle 11:82 p. m., arriving
at Danville at 5:."2 o'<io,-k a. m? except
Monday. To Lawrencevllle only on Sun
'TRAIN No. 4 arrives at Norfolk at 9:20
a. m. dally. ? , .M
TRAIN No. 2 arrives at Norfolk at 6:20
p. in. dally.
TRAIN No. $ connects at Dennlston
Junction with Norfolk and Western raii
roid for Durham and intermediate points.
TRAINS NOS. 1 and 3 connects at Jef?
freys Junction and Danville for all points
on the Southern Railway system.
PULLMAN SLEEPERS between Dan?
ville and Ashev'.lle, Atlanta. Jacksonville
Memphis and New Orlcani
Tickets on sale and baggage clucked at
company's wharf, Norfolk.and at Ummer
son .v- Watson's agency, Portsmouth.
steamer City of Chester touches at n..
Y. P. und N. It. R. wharf on outgoing
trips for through passengers.
WM. H. TAY LOK, Traffic Manager.
CHAS. O. HAINES,
QeneroJ Manager.
CLYDE'S REGULAR LINE STEAM?
SHIPS FOR PHILADELPHIA.
ONLY DIRECT LINK FROM NOR
POLK TO PHILADELPHIA.
Until further notice steamers are .i,v
pointed to sail fror? Norfolk every M< >N
DAY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at
ii o'clock p. m-, and from Philadelphia
every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SAT?
URDAY.
PhroUgh bills of lading to all points
South and Southwest via S.aboard Atr
1 |ne Atlantic Plast Line. Virginia an I
Tennessee Air Line. Southern Railway
Norfolk nnd Carolina and Norfolk and
Southern Railroads.
0 JAMES W. McCAP.RICK,
General Southern Agent. Norfolk, Va.
WILLIAM P. CLYDE & CO.,
General Asents, Philadelphia.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
IRY.
Schedule in Effect
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 23, 1S99.
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
7:40 a m.?For lllchmond. Washington,
Lyr.chburg and tho West.
?:35 p. ni.?Vestib?len Limited for ntch.
moiut and Washington. Slopi
only ct Suffolk. Waverly and
IVtersturE.
7 25 p. m. ? Fur Petersburg, Lynehburg,
tho West and Sn;i? hw.-sL.
Trains arrive at Not folk daily 9:50 a. n>.,
11:23 a, in. and 10 ;o p. m.
Tickets and all Information at station
and l? Granby street.
W. B. BEVILL.
Gcnerai Pas&enuer AgooC
* SOUTHERN
>\ RY.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINTS
SOUTH,
SOUTHEAST.
and SOUTHWEST.
EFFECTIVE MARCH 12. 1SD9.
Lv. Norfolk .I U.'JU a ml S.35 p m
Ar. K.il-igti .i 3.50 p m, li.O'1 a in
Ar. Durham .; 4:43 p ml 3.h> a in
Ar. Greensboro .i 6.35 p ml 5.15 a m
Ar. Salisbury .I ? ?0 p m| t>.40 a m
Ar. Ashtvlllo .|12:I0 a ml 2:25 p m
Ar. Hot t>p-:iiGs .i 1:19 a m| 1:57 p m
Ar. Knoxvilla .| 4.15 a mj 7.20 p at
Ar Chattanooga .. ..] T U a m|tl:35 v in
Ar Nashville .! 0:j>5 p mi 6:40 a m
Ar. Chai lotto .I 9.35 p inj 7 55 a in
Ar. Atlanta .I 5:10 a in| 3:5-': n ui
A r Mi nlgomery .. ..|irt..1l a ml 5:20 p in
A.". Mobile. J.45 p m 3.03 a in
Ar. Nu\r Orleans .] k;l" p nil 7:40 a in
A.- Plrnilngham .111.20 a nilO.OO p in
Ar Memphis .I ?..?? p m| 7:43 a m
Ar. C?tliml la .| 1.37 a mill 23 a in
Ar. Augusta .I ?in a mi 2.45 p in
Ar. Savannah .I .r-"> a nil :: 15 p m
Ar. Jacksonville .i i.l"> a n j 7.40 p ni
Ar. Tain;-? .] 6 SO p nil 7:40 a m
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars.
For all Information apply ut
(Hi Ticliot oilier. Mnlii unit Granbj
Hlrerl?, 't'lione? lit}.
Baggage rolled for and chocked frcm
hotels and residences l>y Virginia Trans?
fer Company un orders left ut ticket ol
ftce.
FRANK S. GANNON,
3d V President and Gen'l M?r.
J. M. CULP. W. A. TURK.
Tratlle Mgr. Goa l P/.ss Agt
Washington, D. C.
W. II. DOLL, Fas,*. Agt.. Norfolk. Va.
E
The new and powerful Iron palace
steamers NEWPORT NEWS, WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK Will leave
daily as follows:
NORTH-BOUND.
I^nve Portsmouth. foot of
North street . ?5.00 p. nv
Leave Norfolk, foot of Water
street. 6.45 p.
Leave Old Point Comfort.. li.ij p in
Arrive In Washington. 7.00 a. m,
Arrive In Philadelphia, Penn.
R. it..y...?'to 5G a. m.
Arrive in Philadelph a, If. & O.
R R.??11.00 a. m.
Arrive in New York. Penn.
R. P..**1.13 p. m.
Arrive In New York, B. ft O.
R. P.."l^S p. m.
SOUTH-BOUND.
Leave New York. Penn. It. R. ?12.50 p. rn
Leave New Voll:. B. ft O.
R. it. ??l.oo p. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Penn. it.
R. M.12 p. m.
Leave Philadelphia, B. &. O.
lt. R. ?'3.07 p. m.
Arrive In Washington, Penn.
R. It. 'C. 10 p. m.
Arrive in Wash rp'.cn. B. & O.
It. R. ??8.00 p. m
Leave Washington. ?6.30 p. nt,
Arrive Old Point Comfort_ T.'m a. ni
Arrive In Norfolk. koi a. m
Arrive in Portsmouth. t> 20 a. ra.
? Daily.
??Daily except Runaay.
Ttekela on sale at It. O. ticket office
N. & C. office, at W. T. Wulke'a und
company's office on wharf.
For further information apply
L>. J. CALLAHAN,
Telephone 44i. Agent.
ji LIZA BETH RIVER AND HAMPTON
"q i i is PERRY COMPA NY
Operating Hourly Service to?
PINNER'S POINT AND WEST NOR?
FOLK.
Commodious and comfortable steamer.
Superior accommodations to meet the now
demand. Steamer VOLUNTEER.
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JUNE 3rd, 1S93
Touching at Southern Railway wharf.
Pinner's Point, each way.
LEAVE NORFOLK, Southern Railway
wharf, fool of Jackson street, G;o0 a. in.,
7:t"i a. m. (lo Pinner's Point Only),
(f)S:30 a. m., ?$:?,<} a. m. (connect?
ing With A. & D. passenger train at West
Norfolk?no stop at Pinner's Point), 10:30
a.m.,(f)12:00 in.. ?1:30 p. in., 2:30 p m.. <Oi:>>o
n. in.. 5:10 p. rn., *8:S5 p. m. (connecting
with Southern Railway passenger train at
Pinner's Point?does not go to West Nor?
folk).
LEAVE WE8T NORFOLK, A. & D
Railway's wharf. 7:'?i a. m.. (f)H:0o a. m
?10:00 a. in.. iLW a. m? (QltOO p. m? ?2:00 p.
m.. 3:<Ai p. m., 1:55 p. m. (bringing passen?
gers from A. it D, passengi r train from
the West). 6:15 p. m.
?Daily. All other trips daily, except
Sunday.
hi Freight carried on theso trip* eniy.
Freight rates. 6c. per 100 pounds; 10c.
minimum. All freight must bo prepaid.
The round trip lo West Norfolk on this
comfortable steamer affords a Most D
LIOHTFUL BREATH OF SALT AI It
FOR THE HOT WEATHER.
c. m BERPELL, President.
F. B. DANCY. Vice President.
J. A. C. o RON ER. Si c and Trcas.
CHEAP AFTERNOON
EXCURSIONS.
GOTTEN 1"P ESPECIALLY FOR i
LADIES, CHILDREN and NURSES
Commencing Tuesday afternoon.
June 20th, the comfortable and safe
steamer "VOLUNTEER" will lea.
Southern Railway wharf. fool o
Jackson Street, Norfolk, ? Very afternoon
at 6:45 n. nv. touching at Atlantic Ci
Merrltt Wrecking Company's wharf r
p m for .i sail down the river, makli g
no stop?; returning to Norfolk by .-:."
A trip on this steamer affords a most
di: jhtful breath of .=.a!t air tor the hot
wi a i in r.
ThOSO living in Ghent or the Wast End
by taking the Atlantic City cars will be
put out .it the Merrltt Wrecking C'o.'s
wharf.
NOTE.?West Norfolk people can tak-'
the lioat for this excursion at the A Ai 1).
wharf. West Norfolk, at 6:15 p. m., and
pinner's Point nte.i Port Norfolk neopli
at Southern Railway pier No. 1 at fi:3o p.
in. No additional fare. Je21-tf
FARE .20c.
NURSES AND CHILDREN .10c.
EL1ZAETH RIVER AND HAMPTON
ROADS FERRY COMPANY.
TRAVELERS' 6UIDE.
BETWEEN NORFOLK AND
America's
l .i in.i ii i
'EAST
'* VIRGINIA BEACH.'
?and?
CURRITUCK division.
With su'amors forming tho
CAROLINA
3::o a. in.
11:15 a. m.
12.50 p. m
3:?> p. m
VIRGINIA AND
LINE."
(formerly I'cttlt's North Carolina Line
nnd Bennett's North Carolina Line.)
SCHEDULE in EFFECT JUNE 4th, 1M>?.
3:00 A. M.
MAIN LINE?TO VIRGINIA BEACH
LEAVE NORFOLK,
Dally except Bunday:
7 30 a. n?? though express.
Wjm a. in., mixed, inak.s no steps west
of ?Thalia.
10.r>0 a. in., through express.
12:50 p. nt., local express.
3;i? p. nt., tin nun express.
5:10 p. through express.
6:3il p. in., local express.
7:15 p. in., through express. *?
SUNDAYS,
local express,
through express,
lot .ii express,
through express.
:>:io p. m., through express.
7:15 p. ni.. through express, makes local
stops Sunday.
LEAVE VIRGINIA BEACH.
Daily except Sunday.
?(1:10 a. in., fast express.
(a)S:ro a. in., fast express,
(u)ll :15 a. in., mixed
2:15 p. m., through express.
?4:'.o p. ni., fast express.
6:30 p, in., through ixprrss.
8:30 p. in., through express.
10.30 i>. m.. through < xorssii.
SUNDAYS,
fast fxpiess.
local expn is,
through express,
fart express,
through express.
! Iirotlgh express.
? stops only at Occaua, Lynnhavcn and
Kempsvlllc.
(a) .Makes no stops west of Thalia.
Through express trains make the trip In
25 minutes.
I- ast express in 30 minutes.
Local express In 35 minutes.
CURRITUCK DIVISION.
LEAVE NORFOLK, VA.
Dally except Bunday?10:00 a. in., mixed;
5:00 p. m.. local express.
LEAVE' MUNDEN POINT, VA.
Daily except Sunday?7:30 a. m., mixed;
2;(?> p. in., local express.
All steamers other than Currltuck
Sound steamers arrive nnd depart from
pier No. 1 (adjoining Clyde Lino) Water
street Norfolk. Va.
Trains stop only on signal nt interme?
diate stations to tako on or put oft pas
??ngera.
W. P. ASH BURN.
Gen. Frl. and Pass. Agt.
.] B. P HOLLAND.
Superintendent.
?6:10 a. m..
10:15 a. m ,
215 p. in..
?4:20 p. in..
6:30 p. m?
10:30 i>. in
NORFOLK A OCEAN VIEW RAIT.
WAY COMPANY.
QUICK AND FREQUENT SERVICE
BET WE BN.
XOr.FOI.K OCEAN VIEW, OLD POINT |
HAMPTON AND NEWPORT NEW S.
Take the Ocean View Route for Old
Point, connecting with tho C. &. O. and
Trolley Lines for Newport News and in?
termediate towns.
4 o
ii
J?K5
Schedulo tak
Ing elfect
June 11,
is;>3.
A M A Ml A M|
6:00] OiliU; 7.00 L'l d'yex Sun
I . I |Md d'y ex Sun
7:."o> S:Oo; g:30lLocal daily
f> n.il ?!:.??' ]0:?>o Local
in :io II :o<) ii ::>o;Local
P M P M P Ml
iOO|12:30| 1 ;O0 Local
13:30
!1:U0| 1:2:
?l :30
; Expr<
00 Old P't
Express
2:Oo| 2:251 3:00jOld P't
i Express
4:00 Old I"l
I I Express
5:00 Old P't
1 Express
51 6:00 Old p't
i Express
5] 7:00|Old l"t
[Express
5 8:00'? Ud P't
I [Express
" 9:00,Old l"t
(Express
1940 n::;. 10:00 old i"t
?9:30 i lExpress
!10:00'10:2: 11:00 Old l"t
?2:3tH
I3:00| 3-.::.
?3:
14 4:26
?4:30
!.'.? 5:5
'5:J0
16:00 0::
?6:30
:?:<>' 7:2
?7 ;w
'Men 8:::,
?? :.Ml
36j_
A M A M A M
I (1:55: 7:25
S:0<.> 8:30
7:50 K:l!5 6:50
9:2i>i S:55 10:25
MO;:.. ii:25 11:. o
IP M p M p M
Jl2::?,12::>5! 1:20
i I I
| l:20f 2:00^ 2:20
I 2:20| 3:00 3:20
1 3:20,' 4:00: 4:20
I I
I 4:20| 5:00
?:20
I 5:20 C:0U
I G:'J0| 7:00
|' 7:20! S:00
6:20
5:20
9:20
^ S:20|^ 9:00!
i 9:20110:00 10 20
I I I
110.20 ll:fri 11:20
? Ocean View only.
! 1st Section Old Point Express. 2nd Sec?
tion Ocean View Local.
j Leaves at 10:46 on Sunday.
Local freight leave? Norfolk 7:00 a. r
11:00 a. in. and 5 p. in.
Freight received until fifteen tnlnute3
before leaving time.
Faro for the round trip to Ocean view.
Fare for the round trip to Old Point
from any part of Norfolk, 60c. Old Point
tic kets on sale by nil street ear conduc?
tors. 1 >. A HBO ARTY,
General Superintend! nt.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
say t-irsie.
COUMEHCINO U.ONDAT, AUG. I. 1S3S.
L?. Portsmouth. Hljh street.!G:I5 p
Lv. Norfolk. Main street.!6:uO p tu
Lv. Old Point Hygela 1'ler.17:00 p in
Ar. Baltimore. Union pock. 7:00 a in
NORTHBOUND I ?' R. R I B & o.
Lv linltimom .I 7 13 a m;l 7:55 a m
Ar. Fhllad-lpVa, .M0:li h tn;li0:l? a m
Ar. Naw Yoik .1*13:4? p m| 113:35 n'n
SOUTHBOUND I P. R. H- | I). 4 O.
Lv~New To.-k .i '2 10 p ml 1 00 p m
Lv. Philadelphia . !4:4t p ml !3:07 p m
Af. Bait. Canton ...1 f>:00 t> ml 15:1? v n>
Lv. Baltimore, LlRiit street .?'.:20 p ni
Lv Baltimore Canton . 7:10 p ni
Lv. Old point . 6.1i a ni
Ar. Norfolk . 7:110 a
At. PortBinouth, .*30 a
t?Dally eiecpl :- in05jr. '?Dally.
Tickets sold to all points N illi. Enst
nnd West and hSREigo checked to dem
nation. Staterooms reserved upon a poll,
cttlon In person at tiio company's ofrlce.
No. 77 Weal Main fctreot. or on board
?teemer.
tie.ght will not bo rerelvtd after t p.
m. to go forward that day.
For further Information ip^lr to
Ki-li COMPTON,
? . , General AcuL
r ' . J. W BROWN, Jr..
Southern Passencer Agent.
? a or rtiriiMnsn, peterpruro.
JP CLAREMONT. OLD POINT,
NEWPORT NEWS AND JAMES RIVER
LANDIN? >8 DIRECT BV
DAY LIGHT
Virginia Navigation Company's Elegant
Saloon steamer POCAHONTA8 leaves
Clyde wharf. Norfolk, every TUESDAY,
THURSDAY and SATURDAY at 7 a. m.,
touching at Portsmouth, N. (Vport News
and Old Point going and returning. t
riving at Richmond about 5:30 p in., cot
ncctlng with all evening tra:iu.
Far* to Richmond. $1.50.
To Richmond nnd return. JI 60,
To Richmond, second-class Jl 00.
T ckets much cheaper than any other
route to Richmond. Petersburg. Waverly.
Hlcksford and stations on Atlantic and
Danville tallroad and all points via
Richmond.
Tickets for sal* at tleket agencies of
Walko Sc Son, H. Brandt, and on board
61 earner.
Freight received dally (Sunday except?
ed) for all above named points.
JAMES W. M'CARRICK.
TRAVELEB?JSUIDE.
iDiMisi Cts Lines
FOR NEW TORK.-Pas
tenser ships are appointed
to sail from Norfolk da.ly ut
7.3o p. in.
FROM NEW YORK?On
Monday, Tuesday, Wcdni*
?lay, Thursday and Fri?
day at 3:v0 p. in., Saturdays
a i 4:00 p. m.
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS
UNSURPAS8ED.
Fare. Including nuals and stateroom
berth .* MO
Round trip ilim.ud lo iO days).J13.00
For tickets and reservation of state?
rooms a ply at ticket office, 199 Main
street, or ai general Office, at unarf j
Ships leave Old I'olnt for Norfolk Sun- ]
day about 10 a. in.
TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS
Hampton Roads, Mobjack, Luray,
Aeeomack and Virginia Dare, tailing
daily, except Sund.?}, Irom Company a
wharf, Norfolk
FOR OLD POINT?At 6:15 and 11:15 n.
m. 3:4i and 7:10 p. ro.; l'ort ?mouth, 6:30 and
10:05 a. in. and 3.1.5 p in.: Hay lane wharf.
Norfolk at 6.45 and 11:30 a. Ul. and 4.00
p. in. i
FOR HAMPTON?At 11:13 a. m. and
3:15 and 7:lo p. m.; Portsmouth, 10:05 a. in.
and 3.05 ?>. III.; Hay Lino wharf at 11:30
a tn. and 4:00 p. u?
Fol; NEWPORT NEWS \NP SMITH
FIELD?At 8:30 p. in.: Portsmouth, 2:45
p in.: Hay Line, 3:00 p. m.
Foil WARE .'.NO fast RIVERS?At
6:15 a. in.: Portsmouth. 6:30 a. in.; Uay
Linn 6:40 n. in.
FOR NORTH THVER-On Monday.
Wednesday and Friday at 6:16 a. in.;
Portsmouth. 6.30 a. tn.; Hay Line, 6:45 a.
m
FOR SEVERN RIVER?OB Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at 6.15 a in.:
Portsmouth. 6.30 a. in.; Hay Ulno 6.45
a. in.
FOR HACK. POQUOS1N ANT1 YORK
RIVER LANDINGS AND CR A U NECK
? On Monday. Wednesday and Friday at
6:15 a. m.j Portsmouth, G:30 a. m.; Pay
Line 6.45 a. m. Returning following 'i\y.
Fort N ANSI-MONI i RIVER AND 8UF
FOLK?At 1:00 p, in.: Portsmouth. 3:10
P. m. Connecting at Suffolk with Suffolk
und Carolina railroad.
Freight f r Ware. Fast. North. Severn,
Hack, Poouosln. York nr.d Nanscmond
river landings must he prepaid.
All schedules subject to change without
notice.
Freight for Washington and New Hern.
N. C. received at n:.d delivered from
Norfolk and Southern railroad depot.
Freight received dally, except Sunday,
until 6:e0 p. m.
M. P. OKi (WELL,
General Agent.
CAPE \ New York?
PUADi rei Philadelphia
Lt??.VirM and Norfolk
ROUTE V Railroad.
QUICK TIME-LOW RATES.
TWO TRAINS EAC H WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MO! ID AY,
APRIL 25. 1?3S.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
7:45 a. tn. flatly, except Sunday-(Parts
inoJth. High street. 7:30 a. m )
An ive at Philadelphia 5:42 p.
m.; New York at S.3S p. in.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
6 00 p. m. dully; Portsmouth. High street
5:30. Arrive at Philadelphia,
5:10 n. m ; New York. 7:43 a. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
9 00 o. m. da.ly: Portsmouth. High street
9:10. leaving New York at i eg
p m.: Philadelphia. 1!:10 p. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
7-50 p. m. dally, except Sunday (Ports.
niouth, High street. liOO p. m.)
h aving New Ymk at S:<)q a tn.;
Philadelphia, io::o a m.
Clone connection made with nil rail and
sound lines to and from Ro>.lon.
Pullman Sleeping Cars on night trains
between Jersey City. I'll ladclphla apd
Cape Charles.
Pullman Buffet P.irl r Carbon day trains
between Philadelphia nmt Cape Charles.
Through tickets sold and baggage
checked at W a Ike's Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, and oa steamers.
R. B. COOKB,
General r.assenger and Freight Agent.
direct route,
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
For Boston?Mondays, Wednesdays und
Fridays at 6:00 p m.
FOR PROVIDENCE.
Every?Xuasday, Thucailajc?and Satur?
day at 6:00 p. in.
FARES TO BOSTON AND PROVI?
DE NC E.
First-Class, Including meals and
stateroom berth .$11.00
Btcersge, including meals und bunk. .39.00
Perishable freight sent via Providenco
forwarded by early train to Ueston and
nl the same rale as by direct steamers to
Hosten.
For further Information apply to
R. H. W RIG I IT, Agent Norfolk, Va.
A. 11 st ruins. Ass't Traflic M gr.
W. P. TURNER, Gen. Pass, Ag;nt.
J. C. WHITNEY. Traffic Manager.
General Offices'Baltimore, Md.
YP1
DwimDmySerVice
Atlanta, New Orleans, Augusta, Marnn,
Chattanooga, Nashville, Memphis, Florida,
Vavfefl, i alilnriiia ?ml the ontir? Sunt h.
In Effert Dee. H. 1F99 | No. 41. | No. 40?
Lm
. Norfolk .1
Portsmouth S. a m
FufTollc ... "I
t ,ew|ston .. .N.C.
H el Ion .. .s.a L.l
Henderson .. "
Raleigh ... " I
Southern Pines " I
Wilmington .. " |
Charlotto .. " 1
Columbia C N*L '
Augusta ,C * W C
Athens .. ,.S A 1.
A'lan'a (Ce T m?>:
Maron .. f'.of fl.i>
Jacksonville Plant
Tampa .. . ''im'!
Montgom'y W.ofAl
Mobil? .. . I. ScN.I
N*w Orleans . "
Chafnooga w.*.-\i
Nashvitt? NCAStlJ
Mempr.li KCM&Bj
?SlOS a nv
9 T0 a. nil
9:50 11 ml
I 05 p in
U ;W a in;
1:50 p m|
8:34 p mi
t SS p mj
'10 ?5 p m
1! TS a in
!10:S0 a m
?3:45 a m
5-20 a ml
II n a mi
7:65 p in
1:00 a m|
lo *t n m
3 .'0 p m
ie :> in
1 -eo p it 1
8:55 p m
7:?0 p in
?8:30 p ni
8:48 p m
916 p m
II !J0 p rri
1? S3 a m
3:1* a m
i:J3 a m
II OS p in
7:50 a m
1:15 p m
?4:5i [> m
) :13 p m
2 ISO p m
":7> p m
8 15 j in
8:43 p m
9:20 n m
J 05 n ni
7 40 a m
1:18 a m
7 00 a in
4:? a ni
? Da'.lv. IPa'.ty. ex. Sunday.
Connections at New Orleans with South,
em Pacific and Texas & Pacific railway.,
for e.1! points In Texas, Mexico and Call
fornla.
No. 4C2?Arrive Portsmouth dally t-.zz
am. _
No SS? Arrive Portsmouth da:iy 6:20
p. m.
" 3. W. RROWN. Jr.,
TassT Agt.. 19*J Main st Norfolk. Va
MURRAY FORBES,
Trav. Pans'r Agt . Portsmbuth, Va.
E. ST. JOHN. Vice President and General
Manager.
V. E McBEB. General Superintendent.
H. W. B. GLOVER. L S. ALLEN.
Traffic Manager. Qen'l Pass'r Agt.,
Portsmouth, Va.
TRAVELEhS' GUIDE.
(FtyljRh Chesapeake
^ItW * Ohio By*.j
I FOR RICHMOND. WASHINGTON.VIR
I OlMA SPRINGS and MOUNTAIN RE
I SORTS. CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE,
I CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, &C.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 23. 1?33.
WESTBOUND. |1 & 6 i i j 3
Lv. Portsmouth .| 6:30 a I 3:00 p
Lv. Norhlk .i 7.00a 3:30 p
Lv. Newport News.... 8:00 a 4:35 p
Ar. Richmond .; iu:i0a I 6:50 p
Lv. R'd (R.F.&P.).|M2:00 n| I 7:40 p
Ar.WashVn (RF&P).| 3:20 p| |ll:20p
Lv. R'd i.M.i:n i.iuoL.IMoTw al 2:15pl0:30p
Ar. Charlottesvllle ...I 1:45 p; 5:44 p 2:43 a
' 3.3S p] 7:08 p' 4:2J a
5:15 pi 8:57 l>\ 6-'S a
3:50 p 7:25 a
6:26 p( p| 7*6 x
C:50 pj pj 7:25 a,
l Ar. Staunton .
Ar. ?'iifun Force.
I Ar. Vs. Hot Springs...)
Ar. White Sulphur_j
? Ar. Ronceverte .I ?
Ar. Cincinnati .| 1 7:55ai 5:15 p
Ar. LouUVUIe .I |U:W a. 8:00 p
Ar. Chicago .I I ? 3o p, 7:13 a
Ar. St. LOUIS .I I C 5'ip, 7:30 a
? Dally except Sunday. Other time dally.
No*, i >v 5- 1'a ly Norfolk to Richmond;
cxc< pt Sunday west of Richmond. Parlor
t ar. except Sunday, from Old Point to
i Ronceverte, without change. Connects at
Richmond with James River Division
iiain for Lynchb?rg, Lexington and Clif?
ton Kotge. Connects at Oordonayllle for
Calverton and Mdnassa*.
No 1?PA 11.Y.with Pullmans, Richmond
to Cincinnati. LOU BViltC and St Lotus.
No. 3?DAILY. Pullmans, Old Point
Ulmen, Cincinnati and Louisville.
Meals icrvcd in Dining Cars t
\ 1 and 3 west of Goidonavllle,
C. .x- u STEAMER LOUISE leaves Nor
i folk tor Newport News at 7 a. m., 9:25 a.
m. and ;;...?> j.. m. Leaves Newport News
: for Norfolk m:15 a. m . 11:15 a. in and t>*.Ua
! p. in. Arrives Norfolk '.':15 a m., an?
noon anit 7 .05 p. in.
i For tuithei I:ifn-.nnMen appt7 to
J R WILLCOX. Ticket Agent. Of
F. W. CURD. Pi??s?nger akoui.
C. and t> Ticket Oftlce, Atlantic Hotel,
1 Norfolk, Va. . _?__
JOHN D I OTTS.
Aist. General Passenger
to
Nos.
An V ATLANTIC
fl i COAST
? \J9 L*t) LJ.TC.
{Sorrel& A rnrntinn RaMrowrt.t
? ??? i
_IN EFFECT JUNE 4th, 1599.
I I No. 101
Olatlons. j No. o. ID l y ex.
_ _ I Dally, i Sunday.
Lv. Norfolk .I 3.oo a uii Z:l"J p ru
Lv. j'ona June.| v.i: u uij *:U p ru
Ar. Suffolk. Va.|ll>.00 a Uli 3:11 p nt
Ar. Tunis. N. C.|10:50 a mi 4:1? p m
Ar. HobKond. N. C.(13:00 in | 5:35 p in
Ar. Tarlioio. N. C_1121*1 p mi li.o? u m
Ar. Rocky Mount. N.C.I12 50 p m| 6.3i p iu
Ar. Wllllamslon. N. C I.I C:5i p id
Ar. Plymouth, N. C.,.| 7:40 p in
Ar. .Washington, N. C...J.I 7:3up ru
? Kllilton, .n C.I.I 7.C5pna
\r. Wilson N
Ar. Qolkboro, N.
I Ar. Wilmington,
I Ar. Payettcville, N. C...I 4:^5 p ml l.osa m
I Ar. Florence. sS. C.I 7:25 ;> in; J:li a ui
I Ar. Chvrles-toe, s. C.',10 50 p in. 6:18 a n?
Ar. Columo'.l S. C.,lo.:o p mlllivO a m
Ar. AuR.ista. Ga ., 7:55 a ml 7 .55 a m
Ar. Atlanta. Ga. .|12 :33 p 111 i 12 J5 p m
Ar. Maeon. (lv.Ill :li < ui;ll;IS ? m
! A r7 Savannah. Ga.| 3:00 a m. SMa m
Ar. Jacksonville, Fla....| 8:13 a ml jUWn nt
No (Ydally connects ?vttii A.U.L. uais
22 for ?'? oi In:* South.
1 No. lM.daiiy.c. .opt Sunday, makes close
connection nt ?er-jood for \\ a ihlngu c
N. O. Klnston. c . and Plymouth, V
C. and oil Kattxrn Carolina points; n' ???
at Rocky Moi;..T TTllh A. C. L. Haiti *? <??
all polnti South.
No. IW, daily, except Sunday, makes
' closu cnnctMUoi-. at Ahenkie lor Windsor,
N C aim stations on W. St P, lt. R.
Train? uiilvo at Norfolk al 5:55 |. m.
dally, n.: i? at 10:2j a. in., daily, except
Sunday.
[ No. 41 runs through without ct a043
! Norfolk to \V iluilugtou.
R??sai;ij checked Jt Company? Ncrfo'.si
wliaif. ai.d also at ofll.u of pan 111? *
. and Tlckoi agent 171 alajn ai.??t OOP*.
1 ?II? Atlantic Hotel).
For tliketn to all points South. sloipUlg
' rar reservations and general tufoi uialt-ia
ceil en or odureas.
J. A. NEUGEDAUEJL
Passenger aud Ticket as int.
JAMES F. MAUPIN.
General ForwardiiiB Agsata
H. M. EMERSON. Gen. l'nss Agaot,
G M. BERPELI^ Gen Manager.
T. 5k. Lil^RSON Traflio Manager.
a uouiierii b. B. Go.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 19th. 1SS9.
M"All. ANIV-EXPKESS LEAVES NOR
FOLK liAlLY (except Sunday) 10 a. ni.
for Elizabeth City, Edenton, Mackey's
Ferry, llopcr, Pantcgo, Bellhaven, Etc.
Connects at Edenton with N, & s. R. R.
steamer as follows: Daily (except Suu
day) lor Plvmouth, Jamesvllle, William
hton and Windsor. TUESDAY. THURS
DAY and SA1 URDAY for all landings on
( howan river, and MONDAY und FRI?
DAY for S. ui pernons river. Connects at
Bellhaven with old Dominion steamers
for Makleyvllle, South CreeH, Aurora.
Washington and Intermediate landings.
EVENING EN PR ESS LEAVES NOR.
POLK .U 4:10 p. m. TUESDAY, THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Elizabeth City
Edenton and way stations. Connect at
Elizabeth City with tlio steamer Neuss for
RojnolecJ.-l.uid. Ocracoke Oriental, New.
berne, Morohend City. Klnston and Goids
boro, Via A. & N It. R., and for Jackson?
ville. Wilmtngton, N. C, and for stations
on the W, & W. R. R,
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (exeopt
Sunday) at 1:25 p m , and morning train
at II a, in. rUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY, connecting with all rail and
steam tinea at Noitolk for tlio North
Bast and West, Passenger station at foot
of East Main Street, Norfolk and West?
ern depot. Freight station on Water
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH
FAST FREIGHT LINE AND OLD DO?
MINION LIN E between ail points North
and East via Norfolk Htnl Norfolk and
Southern Railroad and Ea^eru North
Carolina.
Freight received dally a: 5 p. m. and
forwarded promptly at low rate.
For further int rniatloti apply to the
General Oftlce of the N. & S- R. It. Co.,
Norfolk, Va,
II. C. Ht'DGINS,
Ocv.er.il Freight and Passenger Agenu
M. K.KING, General Manager.
For Petersburg, Newport News and
James River Landings.
STEAM i-.lt S. A. McCALL, FROM
N. Y., IV ,v N. WHARF M?NDAYS.
WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS, 6:00 a. m
with passengers and freight. LOWES?
RATES,
Perry between NORFOLK, WEST
NORFOLK, PINNERS POINT and
I ORT NORFOLK. Leave N. Y. P.
& N. dock, Norfolk, 5:30. 3:00. 9;00, Io:00.
11:09 a. in-: 13:30, 2:00, 3:00, 4:30. 6:00 p. in.
retornlne leave WEST NORFOLK 7 00
v 10, 9 ?, 10:30, 11:30 a. m.; 1:30, 2:30, 3:30
5:'V. C:> p. m., stopping at Pinner's Point
h.iX), 6:00 p. in., stopping at Pinner's Point
and Port Norfolk going and coming. Low?
est rates and best service. Freight car?
ried g:09 a. m , 12:30 and 4:10 p. m. trips.
R B. COOKB, General Agent; J.W.PHIL?
LIPS. Owner.

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