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THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL,.
SEEN All HEARD IN RALEIGH Judge Sin.on.on Again Restrains Collection ot Taxes. WHAT THE STATE LOSES Fit nil cm Iiivtliuic to Ilo llcltl In An gnat?Tlia Mlnto Trenail rer tvmiin UlvltlomlN From At ?V >. ?'. Iliiii ronii-.t in? Kaior|irlao io He i:* tnbl Ivlx'il In M nil es I mini j-Uni? rlgll Forging Alieil'l. Raleigh, >r. C July 29.?The Western Union Telegraph Compuny has Becured a temporary Injunction from Judg ? Bimonlon. restraining the Corporation Commission, the Btnlo Autlitor and Treasurer front enforcing the collection of tax >s under the Increased assess^ men of one million d<?liars, which was i.ontly ordered In effect by Ihe Cor? poration < '? mmlssl?ii; The Injunction is rcttirhnhlc at Asho vlllo s ptemlx ?? 13, before Judge Bl inontou. in the meantime Judge Slm?nton has ordered that I he telegraph company pay tuxes oh Its propi rty in this Stat ? ut Hi" assessed vnlUo of $600.000. This i> l ? r Hum the amount at which the Western Union was assessed last year by the Railway Commission. The pro* perty of the company was appraised th'ii ril $7fl0,0.0i). The. Corporation Com? mission Increased the assessment to 51.. This will niak" n difference in reve? nue to ili" State of about $1,000. TEACHERS INSTITI TB8. Teachers County Institutes will be held a- follows: At Tttrboro, July 31; nt .Ineksoii, August V; nl VViirrcntoh, A'ugti ' 21: nl Newton, Scptolnber, 4; nt Wayuekville, August T Dates "Tor other Instituten uro being arranged. farmers: institutes. In planning to hold Farmers' lnsti tuoos this year, it is the aim of the Agricultural i epnrtmoht tn select places convenleiii to the farmers; and to ilia: end effort's are made lb Intcr t.i formers in neighborhoods where it is hesi to hold Institutes. To-day the AV.-ii>" County Farmers' Institute Is in session al Wakeliold and a Kreut crowd 1v i>xp<lfied. Tills paper has a repre? sent at Ivo present. The iiexi Farmers' Institutes will lie held at the following times and places: Red Springs -August 2, and A. Chadhnurii Atigus) T and S. Clark ton August !? and 10. TREASURER W A nts DIVIDENDS. Treason r Worth is very nhxiotis that tin B aid of Directors of the Atlantic sin.I North Carolina Kuilrond declare a 1' tier ?reut, dividend. The Board of Internal Improvements re< iri'. pa ?! a resolution requesting tie- direi tors ??! the Atlantic and North Carolina I tall road to declare a l per <?? nt. Instead <?( 2 nor cent, dividend. It Is their desire t > use Ihc stirulus for th- nurcliasc of new engines and Cf|UlptlH>lli and lb establish additional lerinlnal facilities nl New Bern. There even now some talk of withholding the entire dividend in order tn devote It to much ii< ? tli tl permanent Improve? ment. Treasurer Worth 1ms an eye on th? Jinn neos of the Btate. If no dividend Is tii I ired the state Treasury Will lose exactly $25.332; The Treasurer saws he in <kIh the money. A BIO ENTERP rI sb. Ii Is reported to-day froth Winston, that the Cones and Mehancs are ar? ranging to build a mammoth .-..it.m mill on Dan river, Stokes county, and that n railroad will I?- built from cither Madison or Walnut Cove to 1 lanhury. FOBOING AHEAD. There is so much building going on In Raleigh that bidders have trouble 5n Retting brick fiiut enough for 11.. ;t work. Nearly nil of the brick-making companies within easy reach of Ral? eigh have increased ihelr capacity. Never in the hist ry of the place has tic' b< en so much go-ahead and push, hnd i; tnko but a few years t?i j.,.-ik" It the leading <? iry in the Suit,- in loinl of size, as it is now in point of icalthlhess and beauty. IIIlHTI'OltO. (RETURNED FROM CALIFORNIA,?A FAMILY HEli-VION. (Special t.> Virginian-Pilot.) Hertford, N. C, Jtily 29.- Mr. Nathan JCcwby, of Los Angeles, Cai., formerly t.t' tiiis place, arrived to-day ;.? make fcla.l the hearts of his many friends and relatives who have missed him from their midst for over five years. Mr. Guy Newby returned home to-day after a course nt a business college at Poughkeepsle, N. V. His return was not expected s > soon nnd all were ftgn .11? lv surprised. Ii.- Is a brother of Mr. Nathan Newby, and a family re? union was enejoyed in the full sense of the term. Miss Carrie McWhltc, of Elizabeth ICity, ivho has been visiting in out city, returned home this morning, much to the r? gret of her many gentlemen and lady friends. Miss Inez Bell, of Portsmouth, Va., n't. :? a delightful visit to her friend, M Fanny Newby, returned home this afternoon. i.?r.:vi'?>.\. (Special to Vlrginlan-P?ot.) Edenton, N. C? July 2'.".?Mrs. William 3'. Smith is visiting her son, Mr. W. j\\r. Smith, tit his home, on Queen fetcqet. Policeman John R. Johnson left to uay for a ten days' trip in the moun? tains ? Virginia. Miss ? laude WoodarJ l. ft yesterday I. r Nags Head. Mr. William Badhant and family will leave : -,!: y for the same place. During tii-- absence of Officer John eon Mr. Pat Bell, Jr., is serving in his 1.1 I ? . Contractor Ralph is pushing forward the w. :enlarging the Norfolk and Southern railroad's local freight depot. Th >tnas Sklnm r, Jr.. of Hertford, is In town this morning. Mr. Joan R. Grlflln. who for the past two years has acted as salesman for HJr. J. s. Button, has resigned that po? sition and v. o hear that he will en Cjtgc in business fur himFrlf. SUMMER RESORTS. SUMMER RESORTS. IM. EB. JOYNES 8c CO. Take- pleasure In announcing to the public that Ihcy have leased tlio Bar, Restaurant, Pool Rooms, Baths and Fishing Privileges AT OC15AX VllvW for tiio present season, and that they propose conducting the same on a HIGH I'tiA.N'E. Wo promise the BEST SKRVICR In each ->f the above departments, und hep.- to receive the BUP)H>ri and encouing mcnt of iho public. Our motto will he to please. Each of the above departments/*'!" be presided over by competent people, ami not only will the best service bo Kiveu our patrons bui the best of older win be preserved as well. Respccctfully, myK.su>fr.WP.Sm N. B. JOYNES & CO. ELIZABETH CITY. I Retired After Twenty-fo?r Years Faithful Service? i An OKI l.lte Stiver rntlti In Pirns tlt? j; i <| 111 n il l'liy<tU-lll I x i in i lllll ton - Null fur l.mi:l PemiMtuI >ih< (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Elizabeth City. N. >'.. July 29.?Cap? tain .! -Hse Partridge, ?( Kill Devil Hill Life Saving Station, who has been in the service for twenty-four years, three ns surfniau and l\v,ehly-oinc ns keep r, failed to piss a physical examination tn.s week. Captain Partridge has prov? ed hllnself to h|i "I"- of llio l> si keep? ers in the district, and it is regretted! that Ins physical disabilities have caused Ills retirement. Miss Mary Munden, who lias been In the city for several days visiting rela- j lives, ti left for lier lioine at Farm vllle. Va. The William Shannon heirs have , brought suit against IS. P. Lamb (or i the possession of ti.litre Bquare upon which :ii- Mi?i Uimb lives. including Hi- public building site. Mrs. S- J. GrpB ry, who had been visiting relatives at Henderson, has re? turned hem.'. Professor s. J. ?'ex ami bride, who have 1.n visiting at Seven Pines, left Friday for San Antonio, Texas. Mr. Cropsev, our up-to-date trucker, Is planting his tali potato..--, lie in lends cultivating about fifty ncres. Mr. .leim Burgess, formerly '>r this place, but new of Baltimore, is in the city visiting ills parents. ii x i on ii, COURT MATTERS ? DESPERADO RECAPTURED AND <'? IN? DEM NED. (Special t" Virginian-Pilot.) Oxford, N. C., July 29.?Granvllle County Superior Court ojiened on Thursday, .Inly 27th. Judge George Brown is presiding with dignity and ability- Solicitor A. 1.. Brooks W pro? secuting tli - offenders of the law. Ti -dny will be tried the ease of Mr. Floyd Wlngo, who was employed by He- Southern Railway as engineer, and is suing Hint read for twenty-live thou 8iiiid dollars damages caused by his jumping m the engine, or which the front v had left the track ns it np proncheu a trestle mar Storni. The plaintiff is renrescnted by Mr. <' V. Meredith, of Richmond; General Roy ster. Colonel E. Edwards and Col? onel F. P Hobgood, et' Oxford. Tin railroad by Messrs. Charles Price, F. II. Busbee, A. A. Hicks and J. Craw? ford Biggs. Donald Lasslter, the desperate negro win. burglarized tie- residence of Mr. \V. P. Wllkcrson, of this county, in ISSll and has had two trials resulting in a hung lurv each time and then es? caped from jail recently, returned to this county, nhd, after a desperate en e.Hinter with the olllccrs, which he llred a. number of limes, was enp tured. < >n yesterday, thirteen years nfter the i ff-nee was committed, he was Iii..I. convicted, and sentenced to be hung ?iciober tili. 1899. The famous case .>r the lee fncl ?ry against the Seaboard road, in which a verdict of $20,000 was awarded the for hier in Wake County Superior Court, uns heard here this morning before Judge III'.At II-T-tt Hie leg volved. I! IMI'tX. Halifax, N'. C, .Inly 29.?Misa Ma gulre. ..r Suffolk, Va., returned home a few days ago after a visit to Mrs. O. G. Calhoun. Mis. Jones, of Virginia, has ala? '..i visiting Mr.*. Calhoun, but lias returned home. It has rained almost without ceasing sinei Sunday afternoon, and we now have an abundance of water for the present. Mr. .1. .V Brown has h-^en slightly un? well for lite pas) few days. Mrs. E. N. Kicks, of Enfictd, nee Miss Nelson, of this place, irf in town on a visit to her Misters. Mliss llussey, of Tarboro, the charm? ing young lady who has been visiting Mrs. B. ||. n.,11, returned home to-day, much to the regret of many. MONTEREY. MONTEREY. MONTEREY. Its cl'mattc condition*, lino water, eleva? tion and accessibility renders Salem 1111 ideal place for rest and comfort, Excel? lent table, rooms ami e.-rvie.-. I'or terms apply to Mr.-, C. C. TOMPKIN8, 8alcin. Virginia. Jy!?-6>t,we<i,frt-3t* SWEET CHALYBEATE SPRINGS, ALLE?l IANY COUNTY. VA. TMs entire property lias been purchased l.y Mr. CARTER HltAXTON RUNTER, of West Virginia, who propose* making many Improvements und refurnlslih.r.g tlio hotel a.nl cottages Uirotighout. The management of the hotel will bo com n tied und r Mr It F. EAKLE who lull for tho past ihn? years op< rated It so ; >. iicceasfutly._ ! Thea? charming spring* arc situated in j a lovely valley, ensconced tn the back* I bone of lh? Allcghanl a, at an elevation r.f 5,000 feet, ia the midst of. tho "Spring* Uegl h" of Virginia, nntl only n m tillci from Allcghany Station?the highest point I oh ihc Chesapeake and Ohle ?? iclunl analyst* ihn best wuter I" tht* country! nono i ailwiiy " lty haij Kate i the wilier >"??? "' i i ?in world; elegant l ata p Heel and inn: loh ?implied from i Iii., "nest blue-grasi sod. Vegetables In abundance, grown :r Iho garden >??( lh!a noted property. Itatci moderate. Kor further particulars write apt-1 in EAKLE .1:: . Manager. NATURAL BRIDGE, VA. a beautiful nimm' r ir=oit Motels comfortable, table good, climate delight? ful Koi terms 11 ildres* WM. II. Mi i l l En Manager, Natural Uridgu Hotels, ]e30-lm Natural Bridge, V.l. SUMMER BOARDERS. Situated on one of the highest points in 111" suburbs of tie- town. The lo:atloil Is high and healthy. The lawn, shaded by o.ks. commands a tit.- view of the Peaks of Otter, ten mile* distant. Itooms arc large and airy. Until room with hot ami ?oll wnt.-r. Terms moderate. For par? ti' ulara apply to MISS S I.. SMITH. Lock Pox S3S. Bedford City, va. JylS-t od-2w VARIETY SPRINGS. Augusta County. Va. Open June (Uli to October 1st. ISiiS. These Spr ng* situated on the C. & O. It. It. 11: north mountain range ol thu Alleghanie*. offer many ud vantages, six varieties of water: lax uni colil healing baths; Improvements new; nicely furnished; service good; rates rea sonahle. Write for booklet ana i-trnu. Special rate? for June ami September. Ail dress II. ti. EICHELBERGER, Varan Springs, Va, Jc2-2m GOING AWAY For the Summer? If so, go to tho popular 3 Big Hotels, Besides Cottages, Fifty acres shaded lawn, 11 paradise for children and lovers of out-door sports. The greatest dyspeptic water known, a positive cure for stomuch troubles. I'or beautiful Illustrated catalogue write to J. E. TAPPEN, Manager. jcs-codlm<awlm 1U mill vJ.1 cent e. at dru??ww*.or mailed on re. eefptof orlen l.y \\ IMiKl.lU.VS A HICOW .V llltl.t. CO.. lliiliiinorc, .lid. COAL, WHOLESALE & RETAIL ?FOR? n iioro Bituminous, Toms Croek, Vir? ginia, Anthracite, Penn? sylvania. ilr.i-lly uniform ' The ri.il we hand'., and of lirsl-cljss qua Tngg &l Wilmer CITIZENS' HANK BUILDING" AND Nl VISION STREET. ROTH rilONES. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. CLYPK'S REC.rt.AR LINK STEAM. SHIPS FOR PHILADELPHIA ONL\ DIRECT LINK FROM NOR? FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA I'nti! further notice b'.Cnino lire a., pointed to .-nl fr-< 1 No:: i'.k . vrv MON? DAY, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY al 11 o'clock p. in., and fr ni Philadelphia every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SAT? URDAY. rhroueh hills of iadincr to all point.; S.-.uth aiel Southwest \..i Seaboard Al? Line, Atlantic Clast Uhe, Virginia and Tennessee Air Line, Southern Railway Norfolk and Carolina and Norfolk and Southern Railroads.14 JAMBS W\ McCARRICK. General Southern Agent, .v rt ilk, Va, W ILL!AM P. CLYDE ft C( ?., Genual Agents, Philadelphia, TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Scheduis in EtTsct SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE ! LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY. 7:40 *.. m. ?For lltchmond. Washington, Lynehburg and the West. 4.35 p. m.?Vestib?le?] Limited for Rich? mond and Washington. Stops only at Stiffoik, Waver!)' auU Petersburg. 7 25 p. rn. ? tersburg, Lynchburg, tho V\ and Sauthwest. Trains arrive at N rfolk daily 9:50 a. m.. 11:25 a. ti. and to to p. m. Ticket! *n l all Information at station ami 10 Qranb) street. W B BE VI LI?, Ij'enera; Passenger .\tt:iL SOUTHERN RY. DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES TO ALL POINTS SOUTH, southeast. and southwest. EFFECTIVE MARCH 12. 1SS9. Lv. Norfolk .I ???) a in > ."?"? p m Ar. K.il- tg.? ., 3.50 p in 2.09 a ra Ar. Durham .1:13 p m 3.UI a in Ar. Greensboro . t.35 i' ni| 5.IS u in Ar. Salisbury .| 50 p m| 0 4o a in Ar. Ashtvtllo ..11.10 a m; 2:23 p ra Ai. Hot Springs . 1 ?-?> a in 1:57 p ra Ar. Knoxv'.lle . 4.IS a :n i.Ss i> in Ar Chattanooga .7.IG e. mllltlS O m Ar N??hvllle .; C:55 p inj t I) a HI Ar. Charlotte. .?.'i p ra| T a m Ar. Atlanta .> 1:10 it ml t'M a m Ar Montgomery ..;i'):31 a rn. i.21' p m Ar. Mobile .! 3 Ii p m " ?j a tit Ar. N'cVI Orleans .: 1:1*1 ;> m| ' .10 a m Ar I'.lrraincham .Ht ro a m in 00 p m Ar Memphis .I ?:-'0 p in. 7:43 a m Ar. Columbia .I 1.37 a m|!l 23 a m Ar. A'.tgusta .I S 00 a inj 2.43 p m Ar. s ivannah .i 5.00 a ml S 15 o in Ar. Jacksonville .i 515 a n ! 7.40 p m Ar. Tamr? . I 5:50 p in. 7.40 a m Piillir.an Palace Bleeping Cars. For all Information apply at lliy TlcUeC unter, >lnlu nutl Grnubj hi reel*, 'l'liones If2. Baggage callcrt far and crtocVM from hotels and residences by % irnii.iii Trans for Company on oru>rs left at ticket uf nce. FRANK S. GANNON. 3ti v President and Gen"I Mirr. j M CULP. W. A. TURK, Traftlo Mgr. Oen'l P/.ss Agt Washington, 1?. C. W. If DO 1.1.. Pass. Agt.. Norfolk. Va. Tho new nnd powerful lr->n palaco steamers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH? INGTON and NORFOLK w.U leave daily ?? follows: NORTH-BOUND. Leave Portsmouth, foot of North street . ?5.00 p. m Leave Norfolk, foot of Water street . 6.45 p. m. Leave Old I'oinl Comfort.. ii.?5 p in Arrive in Washington. 7.00 a. ra. Arrive In Philadelphia, Penn. R. R."10 50 a. m. Arrive in Phlladelph a. B. & O. R R.*"11.00 a m. Arrive In New York. Penn. R R. "1.13 p. m. Arrive in New York. H. &. O. R. It. "1 23 p. m. BOUTH-BOITND. Leave New York. Penn. It. It. ?12.50 p. m. Leave New Yoii:, H. & O. lt. R.?. "t oo p. m Leave Philadelphia. Penn. It. K., . *312 p. m. Leave Philadelphia, B. St O. R. It. ??3.07 p. rn. Arrive In Washington, Penn. R. P.?????? A* 'c-10 p- "'? Arrive In Washington. B. ic O. R. R. ???.00 p m. Leave Washington.?6.30 p. ra. Arrive Old Point Comfort? 7.00 a.m. Arrive in Norfolk. 1.00 a. m. Arrlv ? in Portsmouth. t 20 a. ra. ?Dally. ??Dally, except Sunday, Tiekets ??!> sale at B. & O. ticket offlco N. i C. ottlce. at W. T. Walkes and company's office ea wharf. I'ur further information applv D. J. CALLAlIAN. Telephone 441. Agent ELIZABETH RIVER AND HAMPTON ROADS FERRY COMPANY. ?Operating Hourly Service to? PINNER'S POINT AND WEST NOR FOLK. commodious ami comfortable steamer. Superior .!>?. mmodalfoiui to mi et the new demand. Steamer VOLUNTEER. SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JUNE 3rd. ISO? Touching at Southern Railway wharf, Pinner's Point, each way. LEAVE NORFOLK, Southern Railway wharf, foot of Jo kson street, o.;.o a. m., 7:ti a. in. (to Pinner's Point only)) (fpcrto a. m., ':??'?> a. m. (connect? ing with a & D. passenger train at West Norfolk?no step at Pinner's Point), io.io a.m.,(012:00 tu., ?1:30 p in,, 2:30 p.m., (f)4:oo o. in. 5:50 p. rn., ?S:35 p. m. (connecting with Southern ??? illway iiassenger train at Pinner's Point?docs not go to West Nor folki LEAVE WEST NORFOLK, A. & D. r. illway's wharf. T 00 a. m., (f)9:G0 a. m . ?10 "i 1 in., !'. 00 a. in.. 1 ()] :00 p. in . 00 p. 111.. 3:00 p. m . 1:55 p. m. (bringing passen? gers from A; A- l' passenger tum from the West). 6:15 p. m. ?Daily. All other trips da.ly. except Sun day. ?fi Freight carried on these trips only Freight rat'-. 5c. per ho pounds; lOc. minimum. All freight must be prepaid. The round trip tj Wist Norfolk on this comfort ible steamer affords A M?ST DI5 LIGHTFUL BREATH OF SALT AIR FOR THE HOT WEATHER. G. M SERPELL President F. p. DANCY, Vice President. J. A. C GRONER. S?.-.-. and Treas. 4^ TLANTIC & DANVILLE RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 17. IS99. TRAIN No. 1?Daily.?Leaves Norfolk from wharf foot ol Mathevrs street at n 1 a. m . West Norfolk at 10:00 m.. f,>r 1 invllle and Intermediate points arriving at Danville ..t 5:So p, m. train No 3?Dally?Leave* Norfo:k 7:40 p in.; West Norfolk, 8:10 p. m., ar? rive at Lawrcncevill- 11:32 p. rn . urt.vinV at Danville at 5:o2 o clock a. in., except Monday. To LawroncevUlo only 0:1 Sun da v. RAIN NO. 4 arrives at Norfolk at 9.:o a. m. dally. TRAIN No. 2 arrives at Norfolk at 6:2<> p. m. d uly. TRAIN No. ?? ronnects at Dennlston 1 11 iion with Norfolk and Western rail road for Durham aiid intermediate points TRAINS N s, 1 an i * connects at Jef. frcss Junction and Danville for all pntnt.s uti tie- So'.ithern Railway system. PULLMAN SLEEPERS between Dan? ville and Asneville, Atlanta, Jacksonville Memphis and New Orleans. Tickets en sale and baggage checked at company's wharf, Norfolk.and at Emmer sen ?v Watson's agency; Portsmouth! Steamer City <i Chester touches at N\. V. p and N. R. r. wharf on outgoing trips for through passengers WM. H. TAYLOR, Traffic Manager. ?.ua.S. O 11 VINES Genera! Manacer. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. BETWEEN NORFOLK AND America*! ? IDPIltin TTIT'l "f'?n i llinois i ,:V. ..\.:\ r-i.iltill. Kc?uit. ? and? CURRITUCK DIVISION, WRh steamers forming tho EAST VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA LINE." (formerly Pettlt's N rth Carolina Uno and Bcnnctt'a North Carolina u:ne.) SCHEDULE IN EPF HCT JUNE Ith. 1S99. 9:00 A. M. MAIN LINK TO VIRGINIA BEACH LEAVE NORFOLK. Daily except Sunday; 7-.*r? a. m., though express. (a)9:00 a ni., mixi i. makes no si rs west of Thalia. PV."V? a in.. i!-.r. nth rxpress. 12 GO i>. m.. Idi ii . ess. . 3:00 p. m., (hi ugh express, ? 10 p. in., tin. ugh ? x| ns.-. jj.>i> p. in., loeal ? m res* 7:ii p. ru,( through express. SUN DA VS. 9:;."? a. m., local express. 11:13 a. in., through exi i?ss. 12:60 p. in . |o< al i \ j t. 3:00 p. in. thiuugh express. 6:10 p. in., through ex| r< is 7:ij p. in., through express, makes .ocal stops Sunday^ LEAVE VIRGINIA PEACH. Dally except Sunday. 6:40 a. in . fast express. last express, mixed through express, fast express, through express, through express, through ? vpiusa. SU> PAYS. ??M0 a. m , fast express, i".'..". a. in . lot al expn as, . m.i p. in., through express. ?4:20 p. in., fast express. I 6:30 p. in . through express. 10:30 p. rn . through express. ? Stops only at Oceuna, Lynnhavcn anj Kempto. Hie. (ai Makes no stops west of Thai a. Through express trains make the trip in 25 niii.uws. Fast express in J'.' minutes. Local express in minutes. CURRITUCK P.VISION. LE WE Ni IRFOLK. VA Pally except Sunday- lo.w ;i. m j '."' p. Ill . local expre?-, LEAVE MUNDEN POINT. Pally except Sunday?7:30 a. i 2:00 ;>. in., local cxpi. ss. All steamers other than Currlturk Sound steamers arrive ami depart from par No. t (adjoining c:>do Line) Water street, Norfolk. Va. Trams stop only on signal nt interme? diate stations to take on or pet off pas sengers. W. P. ASHBUBN. Gen. Frl. anil Pass. Aut. > it. P HOLLAND, Super in l< intent. Mlvi'ii a. in tail 1:15 a. in. 2:15 p. in. >? p. in :;t> p. in. mixed; mixed; ?VTORFOLK A- OCEAN VIEW RA1L ,a> W ay COMPANY. QUICK AND FREQUENT SERVICE BETWK EN. NORFOLK OCEAN VIEW, OLD POINT HAMPTON AND NEWPORT NEWS, Take the Ocean View Rome for Ol.I Point, connecting with the C. .v O, and Trolley Lines for Newport News uin! :ti lermi dtnte towns. ? Schedule tak > i 99 mg ?ffect ? c! I Jun? 11, I 1S9>. A M am A m 6:00| f.:.;o 7:tO L'l d'yex Sai I I |Md d'y ex Hun 7:301 S:00. S:3? Local daily :? 00 b 30 10:00 Local " I 10:30 II 00 11:30 Local p :.i r m p m 12 >m 12:30 IKK Local 12:30 I lExnres! !1:00| 1 ::."?! 2:00 Old 1 "t ?1:30, j Express " | 12:00 2:2.\ 3 00 Old I* t ?2 SO [Expn ?.-? 18:00 3.:' I.OOiOld P'l ?3:30 i I Express 14:00 4:2."- 6:00 l lid P'l ?. !? Express IB ??> 6:25] 0.0c Old l"i ?5:30 I lExpress (,::'.? ;:0ou!.i i"t ?6 10 [Express !7:00| 7:26) S:00 I lid P'i ?7 30 i Express IS 00 S:2."> 9 00 i lid I"! ?S:30 i (Express 19:00 O.Zi 10.00 < Ud P'l ?9:30 i I Express !10 10 10:25111:0010kl P'l " ?? ? ?"" ;? A~M AM IA M I B:M ; :s I K:oo! a:.tn 7:C0 ? 2.'. ? W 9:20 9:56 10 26 $ to . ? 11:2511:50 IP M P M P M 12:20 12:55 1:20 I \ I I 1:20 2:00 2.20 M 3:20 1 3:20 4 .00, 4:20 J I I 4:20 5:0,0 5:20 I I I I 5:20, 6:W'| C:20 I 6:20 T:i?, 7:20 I I I 7:201 S:00| 5:20 I I I y ;o i 0>i; i "0 I I I i 9:20 10:00 10.20 1 I I |l0.20,!l:O' 11:21 ? Ocean View only. ! 1st Section oi.i Point Express. 2nd sec? tion Ocean View Local. v ;? Leaves at lo t . on Sunday. Local freight leaves Norfolk 7:00 a. m.. 11 ;00 a. m. and 5 p. m. Freight received until liftoen minutes before Ii ivlhg lime', Fare for tho round trip to O.e.m View. ??c. Faro for tho round trip to Old Point from any part of Norfolk. 60c. Old Pi Int tiv ii-ts on s.ilo l.y all street car conduc BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO. bay uirsie. commbmcinci Monday, avo. ?. i?3J L? Portsmouth. High ?trect.!3:23 p m Lv Norfolk. Main ?treet.W:W p m Lv Old Point. Ilygeta der.17:00 p m Ar. Baltimore, Unlou Pork. T oo a m NORTHBOUND l.v Hal U morn .. .. Ar. Philadelphia ... Ar New Yoik . SOUTHBOUND l.v I P. It R I It. A O. . i 7:45 a in ! 7:65 a nt .(10:15 a in ':0;:6 t m .;*12 ?J i> m| IIS:15 n'n ! r H. R. ! U. A o. Net? Yr.rlt .1 '2 tu p m| 1 00 p m Philadelphia . 14 41 P in; IJ.^T p m Bait. Canton ... ' fl 09 p m. !a 10 p m 1 -..iltunui.-. !.:^!U .street .fi:".o p ni Balumora Canton . 7:i0 p m Old Point . C.: 3 a m .. Norfolk . 7.CO a m portBinouttl . S.JO a m ?I?Dally except Sunday, ?? Pally Tlikfts S'l.d to ni: points North. Pan Bil l West ?nd l-aKKU;" chrrked to drsu. oat Ion. Stii-.ere ms reserved upon anpii. CAtJon In person lit t!io Companys ofliee. No 77 Yi'est Main etreet, or on board HfeTJier. Kietght will not ho rernlveil after i p. rn to go forward that day. i'..r further Information apply to KrJY COMPTOfT, t'-ii'isi Attent. ,T W BROWN. Jr., Southern Passenger Ae?nt lti or RICHMOND PBTERSBURO. h Pl?AREMONT. OLD POINT. NEWPORT NEWS ANDJAMES RIVER LANDINGS DIRECT BY DAYLIOUT trtrctnln Navigation Company'? Elegant niioon St< mi r POCAH?NTAS i- IV ; ; \" I w i . Norfolk, every TUESDAY THURSDAY ind SATURDAY at 7 a. m ? i. 11.: - I Vorl*xn .th. Ni wi irt n, ?".; o -, point going and .returning. Jiving at R ..'?>? j ? a-o-i: 5.M p ni CJ.r. o.. im: wltti all evening trains. :' ..""(, Richmond. R.50. Va Richmond and reiurn. 1210. To Richmond^ second-class, n co. q-' .\ J.., much cheaper toan a::v other route to Richmond. Petersburg tv,lv?'rT, Hieksford and (tatlons on Atlantic ami Ijanvllle railroad and a.I i>oints v:a ii .iimohd. ..... f -r s.i'? at t!ck"t agencies of Walke & Son, II. Brandt, and ca board steamer Kre:p!-.t received dally (Sunday except ca. (oi all ??Ol ?? named t > nl?. JAMES U MCARRICK, lMVElEBS' GUIDE._ Ol DllOl! SMI, ?i'S UR FOR NEW YORK.?Fas ?t tiger ships aro appointed from Norfolk daily at :30 p. m. FROM NEW YORK?On M n lay Tuesday, Wednes? day, Thursday anu Fri? day a; 5:00 p. m., Saturdaya.! ? 00 r. m. PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS UNSURPASSED. Tare, tnc'..i>"..::g meals and stateroom bt-rth .i SCO Round tr p (limited t . W days).JiJ.w For tickets and reservation of state rooma apply a. ticket ofllcc, 199 Main s:roct. or at general office, at wharf Ships leave Old Point Rr Norfolk Sun? day ?l<ou' 10 n. in TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS Hampton Roads, Mobjack, Luray, Aecontack and Virginia Date, sa ling dally, except .Sunday, irota Company a wharf. Norfolk FOR OLD POINT?At C '.I and 11:13 a. rn. i.4j and 7:10 p. m.; Portsmouth, 6:30and 10:03 a. in. and 1:05 p m . Bay lane wharf, Norfolk a'. t>:C ar.d 11:30 a. in. and 1.00 p. m. FOR HAMPTON?At 11:15 a m and 3:i5 and 7:10 p. in.: Porlsmouih, 10:05 a. m. i and 3:05 n. in.; Hay Lino wharf at 11:30 a. ni. and 4:00 p. B* FOR NEWPORT NEWS *>ND SMITH FIELD- At 2:30 p. m.: Portsmouth, 2:45 p in.: Ray Line, 3.CO p. m. FOR WARE AND EAST RIVERS?At 6 15 a. m.: Portsmouth. C.30 a. m.; Bay Line 0 (5 a m. FOR NORTH RIVER?On Monday. Wednesdny and Friday at C:13 a. in.; 1 ortsmoutii. O.iO a. in.; Bay Line, 0:4i a. in FOR SEVERN RIVER?On Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 6:15 a m ; Portsmouth, 0.30 a. m.; Ray Uno o ii a. in. FOR pack. poQPO.*IN AND TORK RIVER LANDINGS AND cpap. NECK ?On Monday. Wednesday and Friday at ( 15 a nt.. Portsmouth. C:;o a. in.; Pay . Line. C.45 a. m Returning following day. KOR NANSEMONU RIVER AND SUK. r OLK?At 3'? p m.! Portsmouth. 3:10 ', p. in. Connect nc at Suffolk with Suffolk and Carolina railroad. Freight for Ware. East, North. Severn, Back, Poquosln Yoik and Nansemond I riser landings must be prepaid. All schedules subject to change without 1 n- t'ce tKrclght for Wxsh'ojrton and New Hern. N. c. received at and delivered from Norfolk and Southern railroad depot. Freight received daily, except Sunday. until i.eO p. in. Mi B. CR?WELL, i "e r.eral Agent. CAPE \ new York? CHftRLES Ph^?, ROUTE V Railroad. QCICK TIMF.-l.OW RATES. 7 WO TRAINS FACH WAY. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY. AVltlt. 25. 1SJS. LEAVE NORFOLK. 7:45 a. m. dally, except Sunday?(Ports moalh. High street. 7:30 a. in > Arrtvo at Philadelphia 5:42 p. m.: New York at 6 33 p. m. LEAVE NORFOLK. 6:00 p. m. dally. Portsmouth. High street 5.30. Arrive at Philadelphia! 6 10 a. m ; New York. 7.43 a. m ARRIVE AT NORFOLK. 9.00 a. m. dally; Portsmouth. High street 9.10. leaving New York at J:00 li m.: Philadelphia 11.10 p. ni ARRIVE AT NORFOLK. 7:M p. m. dally, except Sunday (Ports. mouth, High street. *:<X> p. m.) leaving New York at S:0O a. m.; Philadelphia. 10 M a. m. Close connection made with all roll and sound lines to and from Rosten. Pullman Sleeping Cars on night trains between Jersey City. Ph-ladclphla and Cnpe Charles. Pullman RufTet Parf'r Car'onday trains between Philadelphia and Capo Charles. Through tickets sold and baggage Checked at Walke'p Agency, under At? lantic Hotel, ;it Passenger Station at the Wharf and Oil steam- r. R. B. mOKE. Oener.il Passenger and Freight Agent. direct route:. for BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE. For Boston?Mondays, Wednesdays und Fridays at 6 00 p ni. FOR PROVIDENCE. Every Tuesday, Thursday and Eatur dav at 0:00 p. in. fares TO roston- AND PEOVI DENCE. First-Class, Including meals and stateroom bi rth .111.00 I Steerage, Including meals and bunk...39.00 Perishable freight sent via Providence forwarded by early train to Boston and at the same rate as by direct steamers to Boston. For further Information apply to R. II WRIGHT. Agent Norfolk. Va. A. 1>. STEBB1NS, Ass'l Traffic M gr. W. P. TURNER Gen. Pass. Ax-nt. J. C. WHITNEY, Traffic Manager. General Offices, Baltimore, Aid. dmiEfajlYSzZl'/CE Atlanta, Nnw Orlouut, Augusta, Macon, ('liuti?ui.ii;u. Nashvlllo, Mrmplili, Florida, ^???m, CaJIfuriiUt and Hie on tiro South. In Effect Dec. II, 1??9 | No ?, | No. <(3? r.v Norfolk .- ?9-9? a ml ?<-v\ p m " Portsmouth s.a l,< ?:jo a ml p m A- Suffolk ... " I ?:S0 a m' 9 H p m " LewlSton .. .N Ci 1:05 p tn1. " Weldon .. .3 A L] I1:S0 a m ll:10p'ni ?? Henderson .. " I 1:50 p m1 l? M a m " Ri!?1eh . " ! !"4 p nv r n m " Southern Pines " | l SS p m' 4 :1 a m ?' Wilmington .. " I.i I'M n m " Charlotte .. " IV" 25 r> m' 7 SO a m " Columbia C.N?L |!ll:5S a ml 4:15 p m " Augusta .C *W c "0 a ml '4 f.5 p m ?? Athena .. ,.8.A I.I ?S:is a ml i:is p m " Atlanta (Co Time)] f. JO a m! " ?.) p n, " Macon .. Cof O.i ' 11 li a m 7::o p m " Jacksonville Plantl 7:56 t> m 8: is ,t m " Tampa .. PUnl $ 00 a ml 6:45 n m ?' MontgohVy W.ofA 10 J1 a m' 9tjo n m " Mobile .. LAN >?.") p m| 3:05 a m " New Orleans . " I 10 p ml 7 tn a m " Chat'nooga W.ttAI 1:00 ;> ml I ts a m " Nashvitls NC.OStL] t *." p ml 7 00 a m " Memphis KCM&Bj 7:30 p m| 4 CO a ni ? Dally. 'Dally, ex Sunday. Connections at New Orleans wttn South era PacMc and Texas A Pacific railway, for all points In 'lcvas. Mexico and Cali? fornia s > 402? Arrive Portsmouth daily ; 3 am. No JS?Arrtvo Portsmouth dally r. m. J. W. BROWN. Jr Fass'r Agt.. 199 M r.n sl. Norfolk Va MURRAY FORBES, Trav, Pass'r Ag:. Portsmouth Vi e. ST JOHN, Vice President and Ue'neni Manager: \. e M :bee, ci?rf-ai Superintendent. H. W R GLOVER. L S. ALLEN. Traffic Manager, Oen'l Pass'r Agt., Portsmouth, Va. (F^!?(?l Chesapeake for richmond.washington.vir G1NIA springs and mountain re? sorts, cincinnati. louisville, chicago. st. louis. &c. schedule in effect june 23. 1s?.' wkstrqTnd. i.v. Portsmouth . Lv. Norfolk . Lv. Newport News.... Ar. Richmond . Lv. R TThTf. A p.)..... pi?ft>"ni Ar.WashTn <rf&p).| 3:2? p| Lv. lt d t.M.wn Llne)..i'10:2< aj 2:1"> p.10:30 p Ar. Charlottcsvllle ...| 1:15 p :.:u p; 2:13 a Ar. Staunton .I 3:3ap 7:08 p| 4:22a Ar. Chiton Forge. 5:45 pj &:57 p| 6:28a Ar. Va. Hot Spring?,.. 9:50 pi 7:25a Ar. \V Itite Sulphur_| 6:26 pj 9:28 p[ 7:06 a Ar. Roncevcrle .| 6:50 pi :>.?O pi 7:25a Ar. Cincinnati .i ~ :55 a 5:15 u 11:0") a S:COp 5:30 p] 7:15 a 6 56 pj 7:30 a LoUiavllU Ar. Chicago .. Ar. S:. Luui.? ? Dally except Sunday. Other time dally. NOS. l & 5 Dally Norfolk to Richmond; ex pi Sunday west of Richmond. Parlor i Car, except Sunday, from Old Point to ? rcrte, without change. Connects at Richmond with James River Division train for Lynchburg, Lexington and Clif? ton Forge. Connects at Uordonsvilio for Calverton und Manassas. No l DAILV.wllh Pullmans Richmond I ? .:. .i natl, Louisville and st Louis. N 3?DAILY. Pullmans. Old Point to :i ? n, Cincinnati and Louisville. Mi t; i served in Dining Cars on Nos. 1 and .'. west of Gordonsville. <& C e n STEAMER LOUISE Have*. Nor lk for Newport News at 7 a. m., 9:25 a. i 3:30 p. m. Leaves Newport News r Norf Ik 5:15 a. m., U:15 a. m. and 6:05 p. m. Arrives Norfolk 9:15 a m.. 12:1? noon and 7:05 p. m. For further information apply to J R WILLCOX. Ticket Agent, or F. W. CURD, Passenger Agent. ?' and i) Ticket Office, Atlantic Hotel, Norfolk, Va. JOHN D POTTS. Asst. General Passenger Agent. A? C? ATLANTIC tuiir LIS? (SorfolH .? l orcltna Rfttlroi%it.l _IN EFFECT JUNE 4th, 1S39, I No. 103. Stations. No. 49. jDVy ex. _ _I Dolly. i Sunday. Lv. Norfolk .I 9.oo a m 2:2*>^>u\ Lv, r'orti Juno.i ??y a m, 2:U p m Ar. Suflo.k. V?.jlu.od a Uli 3:11 p in Ar. Tunis. N. C.;10:j0 a mi 4:15 p la Ar. llohgoad. N. C.|12.0J m | ?.Ji p ra Ar. Tarooro. N. C_112:21 p mj 6.UU p m Ar. Rocky Mount. K.C.|12:50 p m, ti:35 p ta Ar. Wtlllamaton, N. C |.i C:55 p ro Ar. Plymouth. N. C.,.| 7:40 p m Ar. Washington, N. c...|.I 7:3jpm Ai Kluston. N. c.!.i 7:55pm Ar. Wilsen. N. C.I 2.15 p m| 7:10 p m Ar. G< i?Loro. n. C_| 3:21 p rn] 7;?0 p :n Ai Wilmington. N. C. J .?> p m, 9:40 a aj Ar. FaycttcvUle, n. C...I 4:25 p m| 1:08 a m Ar. Florence. S. C.j 7.23 i> m| 3:15 a m Ar. Ch.'.ticsior., S. C..10.50 |i m, tins am Ar. Columii'.a. ?. C.10:20 p m H:?o a m Ar. Augusta. Ga .. ....j Jiiiamj 7:55 am Ar. Atlanta. P.a. .12:35 p mltJ'.Ji p ttl Ar. Macon. Oa..Ill:li ? m;U:15 ajn Ar. Savannah. Ga.I 3:00 a ml 9:lOam' Ar. Jacks ?uville, lTa....| s:45 a iii| 1:30 p in No. 41 dally eonneets t. no A.C. L uols 23 for a" colnls S.iuth. No. lM.daliy .except Sunday, makes close connection at Ilrtgood for Washlnglic, n C. Kinator.. n. C. and 11) mouth. V C, and all Kutern Carolina points; also at Kocky Mou.-.r with A. C. l train ?i ta* ?11 points South. No. 103, daily, except Sunday, makes close coxicecUon at AicskJe for Windsor, n. c. ana sra'.icns on W. dc P. R. R. Trains arrive at Norfolk at 5:53 ?. m . daily, also at 10:25 a. m., dally, except Sunday. No. 43 runs through without claac*) Norfolk to Wilmington. checked ?t Companys Ncrfo".? ?Unit und also at ofllce of 1m3v.n1:? and Ticket agent El Alain alceot lopyst ? lie Atlantic Hotel). For tickets to ail points South, slsipltlg car reset-.aliens and general miu.-iani uj call en or address, J. A NEUOEBAUE.lt. Passenger and Ticket ag ?at. JAMES F. MAUPLV. Oenersl Forwarding Agsat, H. M. EMERSON. Oen. Pass A*suL O iL BEKPELI-, Gen. Manager. t. M- EMERSON. Traffic Manager. Norfolk & souinera B. B. Go. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 19lh, 1SJ9. M AIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR? FOLK DAILY (cxcepl .-sur..lay) 10 a. in. Elizabeth CiU Edenton, Mackey's Ferry, Roper. Pantego, Bcllhaven, Etc. Connects at Edenton with N. Sc S. R. R. steamer as fellows; Dally lexcept Sun day) for Plymouth, Jamesvllle. William ston and Windsor. TUESDAY. TH?RS. DAY and SATURDAY foe all landings on Chew ul river, and MONDAY and FRI DAY tor Scupperuong river. Connects at l llhaven with Old Dominion steamers for Makley Vlllc, South Creek. Aurora, Washington and intermediate landings. EVENING EXPRESS leaves NOR? FOLK Bt I 10 p. m. TUESDAY, THURS? DAY and SATURDAY for Elizabeth City, Edenton and way stations. Connect at i r ibeth City with tho steamer Neuser for Roanoke Island. Ocracoke Oriental. Nevy. bcrnc Morehoad City. Klnston and QOldJ boro via A. & N. r. r., and for Jacksqrt vllle, Wilmington, N. C, and tor stations on tiio W. & W. r. r. ARRIVE AT NORFOLK. MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (except lay) at 4 2? I1 m , und morning train :: a in. TUESDAY, Ti 11' RS DA Y land SATUR DA Y. connecting with all rail and lines it Norfolk for the North, Easi .i-.J West. Passenger station at foot Ol East Mam Street, Norfolk und West? ern pot. Freight station on Water street. EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH FAST FREIGHT LINE AND OLD DO? MINION LINE between all points North ni East via Norfolk and Norfolk and i a Railroad and Eastern North Carolina. Freight received dally at 5 p. m. and forwarded promptly at low rate. further im rmatlon apply to the <;? i ? ral Office of the N. & S. R. R. Co.. Norfolk, Va. H. C. HFDGINS. General Freight and Passenger Agent. M. K. KING, General Manager. For Petersburg, Newport News and James River Landings, STEAMER S. A. McCALL. FROM N. Y P. 4S N. WHARF MONDAYS, U EDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS, 0:00 a. m, a isseugcrs and freight. LOWEST RATES. Ferry between Norfolk, west NORFOLK. PINNER'S POINT and p< iVT NORFOLK. Leave N. t., p. .<i N. dock, Norfolk, 5:30, e.0>i, 9:00, 10:00, II ?> i tn 12 SO, 2:00, 8:00, 4.30. 6:oO p. m.; irnlng Ii ive WEST NORFOLK 7:0* ? ? 10, lo jo. 11:3") a. m.: 1:30, 2:30, 3:3t>, 5:00, 6:30 p. m.i stopping at Pinner's Point ? (jo, ?;00 p. in., stopping at Pinner's Point and Port Norfolk going and coming, lxiw ,s: rntes and best service Freight car* rlcd S:00 a. m? 12:30 and 4:3?) p. m. trips. R r COOKE. General Agent; j.w.piul? LIPS. Owner.