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IN TWO PARTUS"
NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL.
OUR RALEIGH
NEWSLETTER
The City Enters Suit Against the
Southern Railway.
AN EFFORT TO RECOUP
Hio Penltontlnry Needs BIon??y-lu?
?renn? In Valuation ol Durham
Rent nml Pernoiml Property?A
(unvlci rardoiie?-Worli on Fny?
?Itevillo's ?ow W?r?<ln?n?o ? A
Proiporom Industry streit? Kit?
Inr^cit Uuiti-lers.
B? -? ' ? ?
Raleigh, X. C. July 2S.?The city of
Raleigh has begun nuit against the
Bouthcrn Hallway tor $11,222.27.
This is the amount ot the damages
and costs paid by t'he city for injure i
?ustained by a lady in a runaway at
the railroad trestle on South street.
The city alleges that the railroad, was
responsible for the accident In that, it
had not constructed the trestle across
the street in the manner prescribed by
the city charter and the law of North
Carolina.
TUB pen. needs MONEY.
Another turn has b< en given the
j State Treasurer?State P< hltentiary
contest. It is this. The Treasurer .?
I not extending any accommodations ;??
the penitentiary in tile way of loans.
The penitentiary is in urgent need "t
fine;.-. and Superintendent Du> lias
called on the treasurer and said mom y
must be had, even if lie were t reed to
borrcw it; that all tin- (50,(100 appr iprl?
atlon, an l evi n more, would be needi d
in pull through. The treasurer dcclitu .
to make any advances.
DumiAM im:- >perty
Tin* following from Durham is most
gratifying:
The valuation of real property in this
city this year Is $2,1C5,SSI. i. ist. year
the valuation on real property was $1,
663,878. lnerea.se over last year, (003,0011.
Personal property, tin.-; year. (1,005,378;
last year, $3,695,808; an Increase over
the previous year of $1,300,570. TotaJ
Increase of real and personal property
ovor 1S9S, $1,812,573.
A CONVICT PARDONED.
Governor Russell has pardoni d
"Martin Kelly, <>f Quilford county. Kelly
clerked in a bar-room at Greensboro,
and was sent, up three years lor rob?
bing his employer, lie knew the com?
bination to the safe, it seems, and
would occasionally "lift" enough of its
contents to supply Iiis immediate needs,
lie lias served only about a year of
his term.
fayettesville's new ware?
house.
The new tobacco warehouse Is ncar
Ing completion by long juni|>s, and
will be ready for the fall business. The
manager, Mr. \v. G. Blackburn, has
been here, and has made a lour of the
tobacco lands of Cumberland, express?
ing himself much pleased with the
outlook, and declaring thai if the
farmers of this section shall prove
that they can cure and prepare their
tobacco for market, as well as they
can grow it, success in the future is
assured.
A PROSPEROUS INDUSTRY.
The business of the Durham Paper
linx Company having outgrown the ca
paclty of its present quarters, the com?
pany has bought a lot mii Main street,
near Five forks, and .Messrs. Christian
and Houston, contractors, will to-mor?
row break ground for a commodious
building for this company. All in and
around Durham buildings are going up.
and no carpenter willing to work is out
of a good paying job.
l i t/.\nr. i ii city.
NO MINORS ALLOWED?PERSONAL
?ACCIDENT.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Elizabeth City, N. (\, July :s._Tho
Board of Town Commissioners has
passed a law making it Indictable for
minors to go Into saloons.Every saloon
keeper in town has a. sl^n on his front
?window which reads: "No minors al?
lowed." Yesterday Charles Sulton,
colored, was caught In n saloon and
?was fined $1 and costs for the off. nse.
Hon. Harry Skinner, of Greenville,
ex-Congressman from this district,
spent yesterday in our town on busi?
ness.
The workmen are busily engaged pil?
ing for the oyster house which is to
be built on Goat Island by Mr. C. H.
Robinson.
Miss Kato Engle. who has been
spendln? her vacation at Mountain
Lake Parle, has returned home.
The teachers of tin: Baptist Sunday
flehool are getting the tickets for their
classes from Mr. K. F. Pritehard for
the excursion on next Tuesday.
Mrs. J. 1'. Downing, formerly of this
place, but now of Herkley, is in the
City visiting relatives.
Mr. James Hathaway, who has been
spending several days at Morehead
City, returned homo yesterday.
Miss Lou la Heath is spending the
?week in the country, visiting friends.
Mr. C. H. Robinson and family left
left yesterday for Mountain Luke Park,
Md., to spend the summer.
Miss Ruth Stranghan, who has been
spending her vacation in Newbern, X.
f\, visiting friends, has returned to
her home.
Miss Kate Hill left yesterday to visit
friends In Norfolk.
Yesterday morning two white ladles,
whose names nre withheld, were lined
$:?.."'? for riding their" bicycles on the
sidewalks.
Yesterday the stoop In front of Mid?
get! & HarrcU's restaurant, on Water
street, fell down and came near killing
Mr. '!'. S. Hall, who was standing under
it. He was knocked senseless for a
short while.
Mr. W. G. Coppersmith, of this city,
has accepted a position as traveling
salesman for the J. M. Wolfe Soap Co.,
of Pittsburg, Pa.
Married yesterday In the parlor of
Hotel Central by the Rev. Dr. Penick,
Mr. Albert .T. Murden to Miss Ulrdle
A. Johnson. Both bride and groom are
from Norfolk.
Mr. H. F. Bryan and his two daugh
Fco* ssSS il?Sious and Nervous iStsorders? SZck
Headache, GcnstffsatFoMt, Weak Stomach,
tmpsdrad tQigesiSon, DSsorsSered Liver, antS
Female ASSsnents*
Doeefcam's Tills harn tho larROKl sslo of any Proprietary V.-iiicino in tho world. / Tbl? tins Peon
?cblcTod \vithout tho publication of testimonial*. 10 coma nod i!5 cent*,at all druc storov
<jooaoes3o?o9O?ooeeoeso9csovooceeoo?o?>ctsoe0o??eoee9
tors, nf LaGrange, Oa.. arc spending a
few day.--, in the city with his sisters,
Mrs. Nellie Bryan nn.d Mrs. Juinca G.
Brown, on Church street.
i laiTi'x.
Edenton, N. C July 2S.?Rev. Mr.
w toten, who preached here as usslst
aivt past, r of the M. E. Church in tho
year 1S9S, for several months, ti? the
delight of his friend*), is in Eden ton on
a short visit.
Muss Ella Williams returned horn?
yesterday.
Miss Mamie Sansbtiry, of Norfolk, is
visiting her uncle, Mr. ?ins Hughes,
over at Hayes.
Frank I'axtnh f< dored) was taxed
f.>r belha drunk on the Btrects
titis morning,
A successful hair lip opera-tl?h was
performed uli Mr. Charlie Simps u >? -
lei'day by Dr. .1. il. MoMulten, assist?
ed by pr. Cas.tn.
M lesen White and Berry. of Perqui
iii.ins county, are visiting Mrs. T. I".
White.
Itev. Me. Cowan left this morning for
Warwick Swamp s > attend the union
meeting;
Sirs. John IS. V.urn. of Winton. is the
guest nf Mi. <?. S. V <r.;t. at the Kay
View, this morning.
r? RJJTtMIJI >?
1 l. i tf..i.1. N. C. July 28 ? Bev, G. M.
Tolsom anil family returned home to
<! a y.
Mr. M. II; White returned from Nor?
folk yesterday.
Tin re is some kind <>r worm ?r c??t
tcrpillar kiiown by some a.- the army
worm attacking .'.ml destroying all
manner of vegei itioit in this county,
particularly in the lower section of the
county. The worm resembled a small
green bntterpiilal*. They attack, in
countless numbers, grass, corn, hay and
..II other crops and leave them In ruin.
Flow can they be exterminated?
Hidden
Weakness.
Just as wo
sometimes see
a tree or pole
apparently
tltons and
sound c 0 in e
rushing down
with a sudden
crash Ik cause
of some undetected procss
of decay, so no matter how
good an anpeatancc a wom?
en may present, if she
Subject to any hidden weak
ness, gradually sap?
ping away and under?
mining her vitality,
seme day her entiie
Constitution will give way
and leave her a prostrate physical wreck.
The average doctOI gives a little some?
thing for the headache and a little some?
thing else for the backache and still anoth?
er thing for tlv nerves and so un, never
once reaching the hidden weakness in the
distinctly feminine organism.
The vast experience and special pmctire
of Dr. R, V. Pierce, chief consulting physi?
cian of lite Invalid?;' Hotel and Surgical
Institute, of Buffalo, N. V., in treating
women's dire.ise?, enables him to under?
stand and cope successfully with these par?
ticular ailnii nls. Any woman may feel the
utmost confidence in consulting him by
mail. She will receive, fiee of cost, sound
professional advice whereby her health
may, in ninety nine cases out of a hundred,
lie promptly and permanently restored.
All correspondence is held to lie sacrtdly
confn'.vi't-.il.
A lady living in Coshocton Co., Ohio, Mrs. w.
T. Staiiton. of IlHssficId, wnt-i: ?? i had female
weakness verj had for nearly three years. Had
dragging down pains in and altovc my hip-; ;md
such dreadful pains in the bad; ami top of ray
head I just as though someone was lifting me by
the ham. Hod no ambition, would try to worst
a few .lays then would have to lie In bed for a
longtime. No tongue can express the suffering
I endured. I had much pain ut monthly pc
rlods t doctored most r.i the time with as good
a physician ssthere i* in the -ia'?. bm had no
ease only when 1 was naicl mid ort' my fret and
then I inel more or ir?? pain in my head, when
I began tnkittc I>r. iHeree's medicines l weighed
101 pounds, and was very pule and weak. I took
twive Imitlrs of his 'Favorite Prescription'
mid seven of the 'Oolden Medical Discovery.'
Knw I leel like n different persoo. Have iio
pain in my I" a I, can do nil the w irk f.ir myself,
nuaband an I .vie child; am cniiii'ir: in flesh. I
feel it i< through Cod's mercy and your wuudcr
ful medicines that I am cared."
Ill und 143 rein a. a* lime itom, or mailed on re
re'i.r ,,f ,.r!.-e I. - tVlNKKLMANN A- HKOWS
DIU '.. t'O.." Hnlllniii'-e, .lid.
500 REWARD I
We will pay the above reward for any
case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick
Headache, Indigestion, Constipation or
Co ttveness we cannot i ure with Liverita,
the L"p-To-Date Uttlo Liver Pill, when the
directions nro sir elly complied with.
They are purely Vegetable, nnd never fall
to give satisfaction. 25c. boxes contain
I") rills, l'v. b,i\.s contain 40 Pills, r.c.
boxes .o::t.\.n l". I Mils. Beware of substl
nnd Imitations. Pont by man.
taken. NBRVITA MEDICAL
Clinton and Jackson sts.. CHI
Sold by BURROW. MARTIN
Corfolk, Va; Jc9-we,fri,sa
tlltlollS
Stamps
CO., Cor.
cago, III
ft CO.,
Refrigerators
T HAVE A FEW T IT K CHAL?
LENGE HARDWOOD REFRIGERA?
TORS WHICH I AM OFFERING AT
LOW PRICES TO CLOSE THEM OCT.
IF IN" NEED BEE THEM.
I STILL HAVE A STOCK OK THF,
BEST ICE CREAM FREEZERS MA UK.
P. J. MALBON,
109 Commercial Place.
Both Phones No. 401.
SUMMER RESORTS._
SWEET CHALYBEATE SPRINGS,
ALl.EGHANY COUNTY. VA
TWs entire property has been purchased
t>v Mr. CARTER IIKAXTON HUNTER.
f Went Virginia, who proposes making
many Improvements and rcfurnlshli'.ng
lho Hotel and cottages throughout. The
managvmem of xi.e hotel will bo com n
lied nnaer Mr. lt. F. KAKI.K, who has
fv.iT tbs p*?l Ihn? years operated it su
tiuccorfHf ully.
Tins'-' cliarmlng springs are situated in
a lovely vattey. ensconced in tin- back*
bona ot Ihe Allcghanles. at an elevation
if 5,000 feel, in the meist of the "Spring!
lle?Ion" of Virginia, and only n'.ne miiei
from Allegheny Station?the highest point
on the Chesapeake and Ohio railway By
irtual analjs'.ti the best c-haly lea to
wnter I" this country: none better i i lh?
world; elegant bath pools Beef and mut?
ton supplied Iroin the ''.nest blue-grass
?od. vegetable* In abundance, grown In
the garden ??: this noted property, ltatci
moderate. For further parti ulars wntu
?: P. fc.AKL.te. Jit.,
aivt 4;n Manager.
NATURAL BRIDGE, VA.
A beautiful summer resort, Hotels
comfortable', table pood, climate dclight
tul for term* addresc
UM. II. McCLUEK Manager.
Natural Bridge Hotels,
Je.tO-lm Natural Bridge, Va.
SUiVlivlER BOARDERS.
Situab d i.n one of the highest points In
the suburb* of the town, the location is
high and healthy. The lawn, shaded by
oiks, connnani's a line view of the Peaks
of Otlnr. ten miles distant. Rooms are
large and airy, ltaih room with hot and
cold water. mis moderate. Por Par?
ti? ulars apply to
MISS S. f* SMITH.
Lock Bos 33S. Bedford City, \'u.
JylS-cod-2w_
V ARIE TY SP RINGS.
Augusta County. Va. Open June Cth to
Octoitcr 1st. ]\t':?. These Springs .situates
on the C. & O. R. It. In north mountain
rang? of the Allcshanlcs, offer many od*
vantages. Six varieties of water: hot an I
cold healing baths; Improvements new;
nicely furnished; service good; rates rca?
Fonald" Write for booklet and ?win*
Slrtrial rates I'T June and SeptemtMV. Ad
dress H. <:. EICHELBERGER, Varlel]
Springs, Va. Je2-"tn
THE
STORE
SPECIAL T
Beautiful While
P. K. Skirts...
Deep 10-inch hems, Tailor
made; reduced from $2.50 to
BENJ, LOWENBERG,
34 Granby Street.
H Old 'phono SSS
VOIGHT ROYAL CROWN Is the h<=t
In the world; fl..? pi r barrel, ;;i) and l>ic.
bag.
VOIGHT BEST PATENT, as good as
the liest; $1.25 per barrel, is and bag.
VOIGHT "ABOVE ALL." n good fam?
ily Flour; 13.90 per barrel; 25 i.iid 60c. ban.
WE GUARANTEE THE QUALITY AND
PRICES OK Till-: ABOVE GOODS.
VIRGINIA GROCERY GO.,
61 and 63 New Market Place
MADE. ME A 1V!?^
AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY (JURIS
A 1./. ?rrom? iJiArasr 1 ? t-'alliuft Ml Jl.
or*. Its pot Anc7t Sltrpl MuriMis, ale .catuc**
lir .lli'i-oatK oiher EXdMMf and Jndii.
crAttoui). I'liey f;iiicktu anrl turrly
rusloia J .<-.-: Vllalltl In u'.d or jouuk, anil
li: a u\aa fur tt-jrly, hua:nc*s or niarriasr>
x'r**">nl ln.nr.i'.i nnd t'nu;uiuM.on if
taken In lint a. Th.*ir tu*. ?.!?.,?<, irame<li:.t.* ii'inrotB
111. nl nod. tlfi'H a CVA? wfcer-< all o'h.ra lull. In
litt upeu h..vir?;: t!ia K*inui:i>? Ajax TuMetS. Th*ij>
Lato niiH thaimanil. ?nt vill curu you. Wo git*, a
' pualtiro n.-ti'.n icuiruc-r* to -.fi.-. ; n euro in run cane
or rofuml Ilia inor.fy. I'm ., ,,? i. i nr pai-iiaro, or
til piiciaK?* (fud iranliufnti for $2J&>, lir Mail.in
plain wrapptr. u. -.n itvGipi of prico. Circular frei?.
AJAX REMEDY CO., "cwE^u^
For sale in Notfulk, Va.. by Barrow.
Martin A Co. and lt. F. Holmes Ac Co.,
j druggists fes-tu.tn.sa-ly
TRAVELERS' GUIDE*
C^l LYDE'S REGULAR LINE STEAM*
J SHIPS 1MR PHILADELPHIA
ONL1 DIRECT LIN'te FROM NOR?
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA
Until further notice t'eame.-a are a.1
pointed to sail fro-* Norfolk every MON.
DAY. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY a
i; o'clock p. m., and from Philadelphia
every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SAT?
URDAY.
rnrouith bills of lading to all points
South and Southwest via Seaboard Air
Lire. Atlantic ("last Line. Virginia and
Tennessee Air Line. South, rn Railway
Norfolk and Carolina and Nortoik aiij
Southern Railroads.
JAMES W. MeCARr.ICK.
General Southern Ag'-nt, Norfolk, \ a.
'WILLIAM T. CLYDE ? CO..
General Asents, Philadelphia.
^TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Schedule in Effect
SCHEDULE IX EFFECT JUNE 13. 1SJ9.
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
T:40 a. m. ?For Itlcfcniond. Washington,
Lynchburg and the Welt.
4:35 p. m.?VosllOulcd Llmttfd for lllch
mond and Washington. Stopi
only at Suffolk Waverly oud
Petersburg.
7 25 p. m. ? For Petersburg, Lynchhurg,
tho West and Southwest.
Trains arrive at N>:l Ik lailv 9:30 n. m.,
11:25 a. in. and 10:?0 p. m.
Tickets find all Inf iHon at statioa
and 10 Uranbj street.
V7. n. nEVILU
General Pas&enuer Agent.
w SOUTHERN
RY.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINTS
SOUTH,
SOUTS EAST,
and SOUTHWEST.
EFFECT IV E MARCH 12. 1S99.
Lv. Norfolk . y "0 a in, 8.35 j> in
Ar. Raltlgh ., 3.60 p in, S.0U a in
Ar. Durham .; 4:43 p mi 3.10 a in
Ar. Greensboro . '?...> p in 5.15 a m
Ar. Salisbury ., '?> p m| o w a in
Ar. Ashivtll?? .;:.',0 o ml 7..115 p in
Ai. Hot Springs .; ; :i a in I 3 57 p in
Ar. Knoxvillo .; a m| i.lo p m
Ar. Chattanooga .. ..; 7:40 r. tnlll:3? p in
Ar N.'JlhVilla . 6 ;o p tn| 6:40 a :u
Ar. Clin riot to .I 9.35 p i.ii 7.5G a in
Ar. Atlanta .i ?:10 a in 3...'- o m
Ar Montgomery .. ..(ill :t a in S SU p ni
Ar. Mobile ., 3.45 p m a. m
Ar. Ncvr Orleans .I ?'.!" p m, 7:40 u in
Ar. Birmingham .111:20 a m 10:00 p n:
Ar Memphis .I 11:20 p mj 7:45 a in
Ar. Columbia .I 1.37 a mill 15 a in
Ar. August i .i 8.00 ii in '.'.4."> i> in
Ar. Bavaiinah .I 6.00 a ml 3.15 p m
Ar. Jacksonville .I 5.1S n n \ 7.40 p in
Ar. Tam;>t .1 6:50 p m| 7:40 n m
Pullman Palace Bleeping Cars.
For all Information apply nt
4"ttjr 'licltct IIDice, Until n?nt Granbj
HIrrel a, 'I'botic* 313.
Baggaga cnlled for and checked from
hotels and residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company on oiderj left u'. ticket of
lice.
FRANK P. GANNON.
Sd V. President und Gon'l Mgr.
J. M. CUM', W. A. TU UK,
Trafllc Me-. Gen'l Pass AgL
Washington, D. C.
W. H. DOLL. Pass. Agt.. Norfolk. Va.
Tho new and powerful Iron palace
steamers NKWTOKT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK will leave
dally as follows:
NORTH-BOUND. |J
Leave Portsmouth, foot ot
North street . "5.00 p. m.
Leave Norfolk, foot of Water
street . B.45 p. m.
I.eavo Old Point Comfort.. C.-<5 p. rn
Arrivo In Washington. 7.00 a. m.
Arrive in Philadelphia, Pcnn.
It. R. ..'.??lO.SS a. ?n.
Arrivo In Philadelphia, B. &. O.
K R."lLOO a. m.
Arrivo in New York, I'enn.
R. It. ?U.13 p. m.
Arrive in New York, B. & O.
R. E."1.25 p. m
SOUTH-BOUND.
Leave New York. Penn. It. R. ?ll.OO p. m.
Lcavo New York, B. &. O.
K. R. "LOO p. m.
Leave Philadelphia. Penn. R.
R. *3.12 p. m.
Leave Philadelphia. R. & O.
R. R. "3 07 p. m.
Arrivo In Washington. Peun.
R. R. ^.lO p. m.
Arrive in Washington, It. & O.
R, R. ?*6M p. m.
Leave Washington. ?? ; 10 p, m.
Arrivo OKI Point Comfort- 7.00 a. m.
Arrivo In Norfolk. 8.00 a, in,
Arrivo in Portsmouth. 8 so a, in.
? I is 111*.
??Dally except Sunday.
Tickets on sale at B. K- O. ticket office
N. it C. office, at V.". T. Walke'a and
company's office on wharf.
For further Information apply
D. J. CALLAHAN.
Telephone 441. Agent
ELIZABETH RIVER AND HAMPTON
ROADS FERRY COMPANY.
?Operating Hourly Service to?
PINNE1V8 POINT AND WEST NOR?
FOLK.
Commodious and comfortable steamer.
Superior accommodations to meet the now
demnnd. Steamer VOLUNTEER.
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JUNE 3rd. IS??
Touching at Southern Railway wha:f.
Pinner's Point, each way.
LEAVE NORFOLK, Southern Railway
wharf, foot of Jackson street, 0:30 a. m.,
15 a. m. (to Pinner's Point only),
(OS:30 n. m.. *9:3tl a. m. (connect?
ing with A. & U. passenger train nt West
Norfolk?no stop at Pinner's Point), I0:::o
a m.,(012:00 m., ?1:30 p. m., 2:00 p.m.. (f)4:M ]
t>. in.. 5:.? p. m., *S.:i5 p. in. (conn. ? ting
with Southern Hallway passenger train at
Pinner's Point?does not go to West Nor?
folk i.
LEAVE WEST NORFOLK. A. & p.
Railway's wharf, 7:?>?? a, m.. (f)9:00 n. m.,
?:u:oo a. ni., 11."0 a. in., (f)l:00 p. m., ?;;00 p.
m.. 2 '?> p. m , 4 p. m. (bringing passen?
gers from A. & 1>. passenger train from
the West), 6:16 p. m.
?Daily. All other trips daily, except
Sunday.
(f) Freight carried on those trips only.
Freight rates. 6c. per ico pounds: 10c.
minimum. All freight must be prepaid.
The round trip to West Norfolk i.ii this
comfortable steamer affords A MOST l>
LIGHTFUL BREATH OF SALT AIR I
FOR THE HOT WEATHER,
G. M BERPELL, Pres! lent.
F. B. DANCY, Vice President.
J. A. C. GRONER. Sec. and Trcas.
A
TLANTIC &. DANVILLE RAILWAY
SCI IE DU LE IN EFFECT JUNE 17. lSW.
TRAIN No. 1?Daily.?Leaves Norfolk
from wharf foot of Mathers street at
r>..'!0 a. m.< West Norfolk at lci'O m., for
Danville and inteim'dlatc points, arriving
at Danville at 6:35 p. in.
train No. 3? Dally? Leaves Norfolk
7:40 p m.J West Norfolk. s:lo p. m., ar?
rive at Lawrertcevllle u.S2 p. ni., arriving
at Danville at 5:52 oclock a. m., except
Monday. To Lawrenccvllle only on S
day.
TRAIN No. 4 arrives at Norfolk at 9:20
a. oi. daily.
TRAIN No. 3 arrives at Norfolk at 6:20
p. m. daily
TRAIN No. 3 connects at Dennl.'ton
Junction with Norfolk and Western rail,
ro id f. r Durham and intermediate points
TRAINS Nop l and i connects it Jef
fress Jiintinii and Danville for all pound
on the Southern Railway system.
PULLMAN SLEEPERS between D.m
vllle and Ashevllle, Atlanta, Jacksonville
Memphis and New Orleans.
Ti< k-ts on sale and baggage cheeked at
company's wharf) Norfolk,and at Bmmcr
son Watson's sgency, Portsmouth.
Steamer <v.ty of Chester touches at N.,
Y. I*. and n. lt. R. wharf on outgoing
trips for through passengers.
WM. H. TAYLOR, Traffic Manager.
CHAS, ?. HAINES,
General Manager.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
BETWEEN NORFOLK AND
VIRGINIA BEACH. V.V,
Or run
.ort.
-.ina?
ern RITUCK Dl VIS1 ON.
With steamers forming the
"EAST VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA
LINE."
(forme:-:;- rottlt'i .x rth Carolina Una
ami Bennett's Nona Carol L.net)
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 4 th. 1893.
9*00 .\. M.
MAIN LINE?' 0 VIRGINIA BEACH
LEAVE NORFOLK.
Dally cx< i :>t Sunday:
7:10 a. m., though ? >; . ?
(a)9:C0 a m;. mi Ned, make* no itopr west
of Thalia.
lO.SO.h. in., through express.
12:50 p. in., local e.\,ir?
3.'.?? p. III.. l!i: v;.'.i ? ?> , :-.t.
6:10 p. nr. tlin : :!: CXI I i
C:3 i p. t?.. local exf.n -
7:i5 p. ra., through express.
SUN ! IA VS.
P'2*. a. in.. local < \ i . ? ?b.
11:15 .1. in., tin-. , \. :? 88.
12.;?.' p. in , local expn ? '
3:00 p. in. through i-xj ess.
f'.i" p. in., through ? \i i
? Mi p. in., thron; 'i ex| teas, ni?kcs local
; : ; ? Sunday.
LEAVE VIRGINIA vr. \C1I.
Dally except Sunday.
?fi:<0 .it hi., fasl express.
(n)S:20 a. in., fa-: express.
(a)lla. in., mixed
2:15 p. in., through express.
??1:20 p. m.. last express.
11 " n in.; through express.
.v ::0 p. m? Hi rough c'xpri ;.
10:30 p. in., through express.
SUNDAYS.
?C.-50 a. m., fast express.
10:15 a. in . local express.
2-15 p. >:!., through express.
?4:20 p. in., fact express.
C:30 p. in., through express.
10:30 p. in. through express.
? Stop? only at Oceana, Lynnhavcn am!
Keinpsvllle.
tin .Makes rt-i s*o:>s west of Thalia.
Through . \press trains malte the trip In
25 mlnutcj,
Fast express in 2? minutes.
Local express in ;:.*? minutes.
CC It RITI'O'< DIVISION.
LEAVE NORFOLK. VA.
Dally except Sunday- lO.ivi a. in., mixed;
5:ou p. in., local express
LEAVE MUNDEN POINT, VA
Dally exci pt Sunday?7:30 a. in., mixed;
2 0? p. in.. local express.
All steamers othT than Currltuck
Sound steamers arrive and depart from
pier No. 1 (adjoining Clydo Line) Water
???-??et, Norfolk, Va.
Trams stop only on signal nt interme?
diate stations to take un or put oil pas?
sengers,
W. P. ASHBURN.
;; Gen. Frl. and Pass. Agt
it. P HOLLAND,
Superint? ndent
NORFOLK OCEAN VIEW RAIL
W AY COMPANY.
QUICK AND FREQUENT SERVICE
BETWBK N.
NORFOLK OCEAN VIEW. OLD POINT |
HAM I'ION AND NEWPORT NEWS
Take, the Ocean View Route for Old
Point, connecting with tho C. ><: O, aiid
Trolley Lines for Newport News and In
tcrmediati towns.
b- <5
Schedule tak
I lug effect
June- tl
1^:3
-I M
: - A M AM A Si
0:0? 0.;:u 7 ?? L'i ri'yex Pun i ii: .'. V ..*.
I 1 |Md d'y cxSunl I Sitw! ;.::.?!
7:30] 8:00 S:3fl Local daily 7:50 S S 0
9:00 0:3010:00) Loci I " ::?;:'?' 10
10:30 11:00 11:' ? Local " f 10:50 11:25 II: a
DM 1- M P M I ?? M I' M P M
12:t?> 12:.:?. I:?. Local " ;;2:20t12:55 1:201
12:."0j I lExiiress " | I
11:00 1:25: 2:00? Hi l"t 11 1:20 2*00 2:20 |
?1:30 i Express " | |
!2:00[ 2:2? 3:00 Old P't " 2:201 3:00
?2:80 ! Ex nr. " | ? I
13:00 3:25) 4:0? i'I I P't " ! 2.2- 1 0". 1:20 |
?3:30 I |Express " |
<Am 1:2". 5:00lOld l"t " , 1:20 5:C0 .'?:?-'?>
?4:30 I Express
"i:00| 5:25: 0:00 i >!d l"t
I lExprcss
0:25 7:00IOld P*t
I IF.xpr
7:::., 8:00 < >;.i P't
I (Express
!S:v?; 8:25 ?:iX- ? 'i 1 l"i
?8:30 I I Express
59-00 ?::."? !0:C? i ild P't
?9:30 i I Express
ilOiOO 10:25111:00 Old l"t
!6:00
?0:30
I 5:201 ?:"". 0:20 |
I ' . I
. 0:20 7*0 7
I I
I 7:20 S:00 s::o
I I
I S:C0i 9.S0! 9:20
I I I
:i 2 ' ',": ? 10.21
I I
H0:20|ll:00 11:20
? Ocean View only.
! 1st Section Old Point Express. 2nd sec?
tion Ocean View Local.
j Lcnv's at 10:45 on Sunday.
Local freight leavi I N it.dk 7:05 a. m..
11:." a, m. and 5 p. in.
Freight received until fifteen minutes
beforo le i\ Ing time.
Faro for tho round trip to Ocean View,
30c.
Faro for the round trip to r>:.| Point
frcui any part of Norfolk. 50c. <'Id P hit
tickets on sale by nil Htreet ear conduc?
tors. I> A UEOARTY.
General Superliiu ndi nt.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
3AY UIIMIS.
COMMENCING MONDAY, AlO. I. R3?.
L? Portamo-Jth. High atrect.15:23 p m
Lv. Norf 'Ik. Mr.la street .!<:0O p ID
Lv o:d Point li>K<-i? l'lt-r.17:00 p in
Ar. Baltimore, t n.nn Dock. T.oa j iu
NORTHBOUND : i" R It. 1 B &? o.
Lv Balttinprs .I I 15 n in : 7 jj n m
Ar. Ptilladelphta .?10:15 a m ;o::6 * in
Ar. N??r Volk .1*12:13 p m) 112:35 n'n
SOUTHBOUND ; I*. It. It- 1 B. & O.
Lv New York .; !2:10 p m| t:0? ;> in
Lv. I'hliadrlphla . 14:41 p mi :r o; p m
Af. lUlt. C*nt.-n ....i !7:00 p m, :*:!? i> iu
Lv. Baltimore, Light street .0:30 pm
I.v Baitimor?. Cauton . T;:o ;i m
l.v'. old Point . 6 a in
Ar. Norfolk . Itttl ^ in
Ar. l'ort?iiioiill? . * iJ *
"tJTnjp.y except Sunday. ??Dally.
Tlckct-i ??'et to u.: points North, F.i-t
r.nd West ond bagglge chrclMd :o desti?
nation. Staterooms reserved '.:jjjii appii
etilen In person at tt>?- eoinpanj s oitiue.
No .7 WcsV M?iu urcet. or on Oojij
steemer
Fielghi will n<?t no recelvt?1 artor 4 p.
m. to no fo.-w.iMt that da;
For tutlhcr Inlorinntlon apply (a
KEY COMPTON;
General Agent.
3. W It ROW N. jr .
Southern Pa longer Ag-i-.r.
fj-, OR r.U'!IM"Nl> PETERsBUItO,
IV CLAREMONT. oi.U POINT,
M'ffl.I' ?? : -VS ANDJAMES RIVER
LANDINGS DIRECT, BY
DAVI.1GUT
Virginia Navigation Company's Eiegani
?alooi. Steamer POCA1IONTAS lea*",
r*vdo wharf. Nor:. :;., every TUE3DAV
THURSDAY and SATURDAY lit Ja, m.[
touching ?t l-ort-iao ita. Newport New.;
and'Ol3 P?ln* Boing nnd Teturi)ln?c, Jr.
riving ?? R\cnm ?d about 5 -..> p. ?, co
. With all evening trams.
Waro to Rl '!?'?? n.j. tl.50.
.jr.rrl Bl ? U a. 52 i V
e 0 HI' tiit.Ji.% ?-- ' ??? J: 00.
x;cUets tr.uof ch??Pc.r < ?'' -my ether
route to Richmond.^Petersburg VVaverly,
Hlcksford and stations on Atlantic und
Danville r-ti.rcad a.-;d all pointa via
tt'ehmend.
T .v;,.;- for ss'* at ticket ngenct's of
Walke & Sjn. II. Brandt, nr.d on board
" Freight recc'.vo.l c.-itlv (Sunday except?
ed) for all above nur d points
' 3AMES W M CA R
RICK.
TRAVELERS^GUIOB^
iin Go. s L/nes
roil NF,W YORK.-Pas
senger tinps aro appointed
to v ?:; from Norfolk daily at
7i?> p. ni.
FROM NKW TORK-On
Monday Tuesday, Wednes?
day, Thursday .and Fri?
day at 3:00 p. m.. Saturdays
hi 1:00 p. m.
PASSENGER ACCOM MO DAT IONS
UNSURPASSED.
Fare. Incluiiitig mrals and stateroom
berth .t S.oo
Round trip (limited to 10 days).$13.00
For tickets ar.u reservation of state?
rooms apply at ticket otlice, IS* Main
street, or ut general office, at wrMrf
Ships leave Old Point Norfolk Sun
?Ja v >?'. OUI 10 a. in.
TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS
Hampton Roads, Mobjack. Ian-ay,
Aecomnck and Vlrclnta Dare, s.a.ling
dally, except Sunday, from Company*
u h ii f, Noi folk
.1 It i'i.!> POINT?At 6:15 and 11:15 a.
?n. 2:45 and 7:10 p. m.; Portsmouth, 6:30and
10.-05 a. in. and 3:05 v tn.; Bay Una wharf.
Norfolk at 0:15 and 11:30 a. m. and 4:'?
p. ni.
for HAMPTON?At 11:13 a m. and
and ; .pi p. m.; Portsmouth, 10:05 a. m.
in.) 3:05 r?. in.: Bay Lino wharf at 11:30
Oil NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
lit.I.D At 3:30 p. m.: Portsmouth, 3:43
i> m.: Pay Line, 3:fO p. m.
for warf .-.m> east rivers?At
? ::. u. m : forlsinouth. 6:30 a. m.; Bay
Line 6:43 a m.
FOR NORTH RIVER?On Monday.
Wednesday and Friday at 6:1b a. m.;
i oulii. u..;j a. m.; Pay Line, 6:4? a.
m
for SEVERN RIVER?On Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday nt 6:13 ?? ni.:
Portsmouth, 6.30 a. m.; Bay Uno 6:45
z. m.
FOB BACK, POCJUOSIN AND YORK
RIVER LANDINGS AND CRAB neck
On Monday. Wednesday nn.l Friday at
5:15 a m.; Portsmouth, o-.ro a. m.; Bay
Line, 6.45 a. m. Returning following day.
FOR NANSEMON1) RI VER AND SUF?
FOLK--At 3:00 p. m.: Portsmouth. 3:io
p. m. Connecting at Suffolk with Suffolk
and Carolina railroad.
Freight for Ware. East, North. Severn,
H.i rk, Poquosln, York and Nanscraond
river landings must lie prepaid.
All schedules subject to change without
notice:
Freight for 'Washington and New Bern,
N. C, received at and delivered from
Norfolk and Southern railroad depot.
Freight rccalved dally, except Sunday,
until i?:cO p. ni.
M. B. CROWELL.
General Agent
CAPE \ New York?
CHARLES PT?
ROUTE \ Railroad.
QUICK TIME-LOW RATES.
1 WO TRAINS EACH WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MOW DAY,
APRIL 113. PJS.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
7:45 a. m. dally, except Sunday?(Ports?
mouth, High btrMl, 7:30 a. in.)
Arrive at Philadelphia 6:43 p.
m.i New York at S:3S p. m.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
C CO p. m. dally; Portsmouth. Hlglt street
5:30. Arrive at Philadelphia.
f>:10 a. m.i New York. 7:43 a. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
" 00 a ni. dally: Portsmouth. High, street
9:10. leaving New York at S.oi
p m.i Philadelphia 11:10 p. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
7-.50 p. m. dally, except Sunday (Ports.
mouth. High Street. 8.00 p. m.)
leaving New York ut S:00 a. m.;
Philadelphia, io;.o a. m.
rir" connection made with nil rail and
sou'-.i lines to and from Boston.
man Sleeping Cars on night trains
between .Irrsey City. Philadelphia, and
Capo Charles.
it tn Buffet ParPr Cars on day trains
between Philadelphia nnd Cape Charles.
Through llckots sold and baggage
eh .-ke i at Walke'a Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, at Passenger Station at Uio
Wharf and on steamer.
R. B. COOKJ],
O-ner.al Passenger and Freight Agent
_ w
jllUill
- I sD'Otit,
DIRECT ROUTE,
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
]".ir Boston ? Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays at (TOO p?rrrr ??
FOR PROVIDENCE,
livery Tuesday, Thursday and Satur?
day nt 6:00 p. m.
FARES TO BOSTON" AND PROVI?
DE NIE.
First-class, Including meals and
stateroom berth .111.00
Steerage, Including meals and litiiik...?:?.oo
Perlshnble freight sent via Providence
forwarded by early train to Basion und
at the same rata as by direct steamer* to
Bos to n
For further Information npply to
Jt. II. WRIGHT, Agent Norfolk. Va.
A. D. STEBBINS, Ass't Traffic M gr.
W. p. TURNER, Gen. Pass. Agent.
J. C. WHITNEY, Traffic Manager.
General Offices. Baltimore, Mil.
Atlanta. Now Orleans, Vugnsta, Maeon,
Clint ttinuogu, Nashville, MomphU, Florida,
n. Cullfuriiii) v"1' Ihr entire Sou Hi,
fn Effect Dee. II. IS99.| No. 41. I No. 4?*
Norfolk ...I ^f-?s a ml ?jf!S?~i> m
" Portsmouth S.A U] 6:!0 i ml S?> p m
Ar. Suffolk ... " I ?:S0 r\ m| 9:1S p rn
? t ewlston .N r*.t 1:05 p m|.
" Weir*oli .. .S.A.L.I I1:<0 a ml 11:10 p'rri
" Hen lerson .. " I l;M p ml I? U * tn
" Raleigh . . " I 8:34 p ml ?:M n m
?? ft uth^rn Pines " ' 5:5* p m< 4-M a m
?? Wilmington .. " I.I 11:03 p m
" Charlotte- .. " ,'*lo"-, r> m! 7:50 am
?? i\v ???> i C.N&tVjMI:** a m 4:15 pm
?' Augusta .C AW C !I0:50 a tn! ?4:55 p m
?? Athens .. s A.LI ?3:45 a ml 1:15 p m
?? Atlanta (Ce.Time) r, so i m! MO p m
" ?? ? -on . f of C.i i 11 |0 a m' ?:"> p m
" Jacksonville Plant 7:"5 p ml 6:45 a m
" Tnmpn .. . Ptant s 09 .T m| 6:45 p m
" Moi ' tom'y W.ofA |0:S1 a m| ?:o n m
?? Mot it- .. ..L.&N.I 8:50 pm 3K)5nm
?? New Orleans . " 6:10 p ml 7:<o a m
?? chnt'n logs W?A| 1 '?, p ml 1:15 a m
'? Nashville NCOStlJ 6-.v. p ml IM I'm
?? Memphis KCM*R| 7:30 p m| 4:00 am
? l-ativ. 'Paiiy. ex. Sunday.
C nni " ns at New Orleans with south
ern I ; '" ! Texas & Pacltio railways
; : r'.l points in Texas, Mexico and Caii
f..::..:?
?05 Arrive Portsmouth caiiy t.^
a m.
No CS?Arrivo Portsmouth dally ?;^j
P- J. W. BROWN. Jr,
Pass'r Agt.. 10" Miln st Norfolk. Va.
MURRAY FORRF.S.
Trav. pass'r Agt.. Portsmouth, Vn
E ST JOHN, Vice President and General
Manager.
V E M :BEE, General Superintendent
H. W. B GLOVER. L. S. ALLEN.
Traffla Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agt,
Portsmouth. Va.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
^r%^ & Ohio Ry.J
FOR RICHMOND, WASHINGTON, VlaV
G1NIA SPRINGS and MOUNTAIN RftV
SORTS. CINCINNATI, LOUISVILL***$
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. &C.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 23, ItMk.
WESTjT?UND. |I & 5 I 1 j i~"
I.v. Portsmouth ..
Lv. Norfolk .
Lv. Newport News!.
Richmond .
6:30 a
7:00 a
8:00 a
If:10 a
ri2:(? nl
I 3-20 p(
'10:20 a
1:15 p
3:113 p
6:45 p
S:2S p
ti:;r0 p
3:00 at
3:30*>
4:35p
fll ^?
2:15 p
5:44 p
7:08 p
8:57 p
9:50 p
9:i3 p
3:50 p
, 7:56 a
111 :00 a
10:30 p
2:43 a
4:23 a
6:23 a
7:20?
7:08 a
1:20*
5:15 p
8.00 p
5:30 p 7:15?
6:?6 P| 7:30 ?
l.v. R'd (E.F.&P.).
Ar.Wash'fn (RF&P).
Lv. Rd (Main Line)..
Ar. Charlottcsvillo ...
Ar. Staunton .
Ar. Clifton. Forge.
Ar. V.v. H?t Spring*...
Ar. While Sulphur....
Ar. Roneevert* .
Ar, Cincinnati .
Ar. Louisville .
Ar. Chicago .
Ar. St. LouU .
? Daily except Sunday. Other time dally.
Nos. 1 5?Daily Norfolk to Richmond;
except Sunday west of Richmond. Parlor
Car. except Sunday, from Old Point to
Ronceverte, without Chance. Connects at
Rl hsnond with James River Division
train :or Lynchburg. Lexington and Clif?
ton Forge. Connects at Gordonsvllle for
Calvcrtou and Manassas.
No 1?DAILY.with Pullmans. Richmond,
to Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis.
No. 3?DAILY Pullmans. Old Point to
Htnton, Cincinnati and Louisville.
Meals served In Dining Cars on Nos.
1 and 3 west of Gordonsvllle.
C. & O. STEAMKK LOUISE leaves Nor?
folk for Newport Nows at 7 a. m., 9:25 a,
m. and 3-30 p. in. Leaves Newport News
for Norfolk 8:13 a. m.. 11:15 a. m. and 6 0S
p. m. Arrives Norfolk. 9:15 a m., 12:14
noon and 7:05 p. m.
For further information apply to j
J. R W1LLCOX. Ticket Agent. ?*
F. W. C'JRD. Passenger Arent.
C. and O. Ticket Oftlco, Atlantlo Hotc\
Norfolk. Va, _ _
JOHN D. POTTS,
Asst. General Passenger Ageab I
A* Co L?
ATLANTIC
COAST
^(Horrem 40^,Hau????.!
IN^EFTOCT JDKTH 4th 1s89;-ia0
Station?.
No. 10X
Not 4J. DTy ox,
_Dallr. / Bunday?
9:00 a m
?:22 a is
10:00 a m
10:50 a m
|l3:0O m
13:21 p m
2:20 p m
3:U p ra
3:17 p oa
4:15 p to
? :Je p ra
6:00 p na
6:35 p to
Lv. Norfolk.
Ly. Ports June.
Ar. BiuTotk. Va, "'
Ar. Tum? n c .
Ar. Hobg?od." N. C.'.V.
Ar. Tarhoro. N. C..
^JA?^y_^uf^_N.(2J12j50 p m|
Ar. WIIUamatOD. N. C. I....T.....I ihi a'm
Ar. Plymouth. N\ C : 7-40 oS
Ar. Washington, n. c... .....;....'| VaWpa
Ar. Klnston. N. C. .. ..(..I 7:56 p ra
Ar. Wilson. N C.. ....I 2:15 p ml 7:10~p~m
J>r- i?;l!,b.oro- x' c--" 3:21 P m 7*0 p to
? llmlngton.^N. C.| 5:50 p m| 9:40 a ra
Ar. FayettevilTe. n. C..rfV:2Tp~mTT:0Sa~ra
Ar. * lorence. s. C.I 7:25 p m| 8:16 a ra
Ar. clvtrlL-ston. s. C.!l0:50 p m| 6:1$ a rjj
Ar. Columot?. i C_110:20 p in 111:66 a to
Ar. Augusta. Oa _| 7 :5? a ml 7 M a m
Ar. Atlanta, Ga. .12:33 p m\ 12:35 p as
Ar. Macon. Ga..Ill:li a m|ll:L5 a ra
Ar. Savannah. Ga_
Ar. Jacksonville, Fla.
.":00 a. ml 9:00 a m,
8:45 a mj 1:30 p iq
No. 49 a-Llly conntcu ?vlta a.C.L. irals)
23 for aJ! ootnts South,
No. liv..dally.ex.-ept Sunday, makes close,
ionoocilon at Mefegood for WaabingUiV
N. C. Klnston. N. C. and Plymouth. *.
C. and all IJaatern Carolina points; alsS
at Rocky Mou.-.t with A. C. L. train *? tie
all points bouth.
No. 103. daily, except Sunday, makes
close connection at Aioekio for Windsor
N. C. and stations on W. St P. R, R. *
Trains arrive at Norrolk at t:i* i. m '
daily, also at lo.li a. in., daily. ?xceDi
Sunday.
No. 49 runs through without Clauen
Norfolk to Wilmington. *
llasgaga checked at Company** NorfoTsl
wharf, and also at office oC paaaima-a*
and Ticket aseot 171 Mala ?u-**i top?.,
sits Atlantta Hotel). *
For tickets to all points SoutH, als-iptiM
car reservations and general taformataia*
eail oa or address.
J- A. NBUaEIJAUEJt T
_Passenger and Ticket a* ?nt.
.777?!:..- JAMES P. MAUPIN.
General Forwarding AciaC .
n. M*. EMERSON, Oeix Pass A* eat,
O. iL. KU ill'ELL, Oea. Manager.
T- M_ EMK-RttOr/. Xraf?o Manager.
Normi? & S?nnern b. B. Go.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 19th, 1899.
MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR*
FOLK DAILY (except Sunday) 10 a. m.
for Elizabeth City, Edenton. Mickey ?
Ferry. Roper, Pantego, liellhaven. Etc.
Connects at Edenton with N. & S. R. R.
steamer as follows: Dally (except Sun?
day) for Plymouth, Jamesvllle, William
?ton and Windsor. TUESDAY. THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for all landings oa
Chowan river, and MONDAY and FRI?
DAY for Scupperuong river. Connects at
Itellhaven wttli Old Dominion steamers
lor Makleyvllle, South Creek, Aurora.
Washington and intermediate landings.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK ut 4:10 p. m. TUESDAY. THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Elizabeth City,
Edenton and way stations. Connect uC
Elizabeth City with tho steamer Nouse for
Ro.iuoke Island, Oeraeoke Oriental, New.
ben e, Morehead City. Klnston and Golds
boro, via A. & N. R. R., and for Jackson?
ville W . mlngton, N. C, and fur station*)
on tiio W. W. R. R.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (except
Sunday) at 4:25 p. m., and morning train
it II r m. TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY', connecting with all rail and
steam lines at Norfolk for tho North,
East anJ West. Passenger station at foot
0( East Main street, Norfolk and West?
ern depot. Freight station on Wales
street.
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH
FAST FREIGHT LINE AND OLD DO?
MINION LINE between all points Nortis
and East via Norfolk and Norfolk and
Southern Railroad and Eastern Nona
Carolina.
Freight received dally at 5 p. m. aa4
forwarded promptly at low rate.
For further Information apply to *hs)
General Office of tho N. & S- R. R. Co..
Norfolk, V.i.
H. C. HUDGINS,
General Freight and Passenger AgeaL
M. K. KING. General Manager.
For Petersburg, Newport News and
James River Landings.
steamer s. a. McCAI.li. FROM*
n. y.. p. ?s n. wharf MONDAYS,
wednesdays and fridays, 6:00 a. m!
with passengers and freight. LOWEST?
RATES, - b
Ferry between Norfolk, west
NORFOLK, pinner's POINT and
PORT norfolk. Leave N. Y.. IV
& n. dock. Norfolk, 6:30 S:00. 9:00. i&:0o.
11:00 a. in.: 12:30. 2.00. 3:00, 4:30. 6:00 p. xn.J'
returning leave WEST NORFOLK 7:0t
S:30. 9:30. 10:30. 11:30 a. m.; 1:30. 2:30, 8:30,
5:0i), fi:3o p. m., stopping at Plnner'a Point
5:00. 6.C0 p. in., stopping at Pinner's Point
and Port Norfolk going and coming. Law*
est ratea and best service. Freight car*
rled 3:00 a. m., 12:30 and 4:30 p. m. trtpaj
COOKS, General Ag.nt; J.W.1???
lips. Owner.

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