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THE NEWS FROM THE OLD" NORTH STATE AND ITS^PITaT
UR RALEIGH
HEWS BUDGET
Iionshiners Terrorizing People of
Wake and Granville Counties,
OW THEY REAP REVENCE
I,1 s I a r <> r'.i I'll .1 it <>ii Ooiuol Isheil
? Now Statement Willi llolcrciico
(u Insmnneo Coinpstnles-Iusanlty
on (tie Increase iu In*Prop
onlilnn to IttiHtl Railroad From
'?ittslioro Co GrPO?i?b?>ra
Raleigh, Ts'. C, Aug. IS.?Moonshiners
e terrorizing ill" people >>r the upper
rt of Wake county and lower Gran
He, near nrassileld, where the two
unties conic in contact.
Revenue ofllci rs have been In that
ctlon recently raiding Illicit dlstll
:les, and the moonshiners are taking
venge on the citizens of the commit
ty suspected of giving away their
dawful business.
Mr. James M. Davis, an ox-member
the legislature from CSranvllle, who
< s te ar the Wake county line, ob
llied information relativ.' to the op
ation of Illicit distilleries in his nclgh
rhood. This information was fur
?hed Collector Duncan, who sent Dep
y Adams and a posse to break up
e business. They located an lllleli
ew factory'' near Mr. Davis' home
d promptly destroyed it.
The moonshiners Itmrned that Mr. I
ivis hnd reported them to the officers
d they Immediately set to work to
ip revenge. Night before last they
mt to his home and took a phaet m
>m the stables of Mr. Davis, carrying
several hundred yards dint int. where
ay completely demolished the vehicle,
ic spokes were knocked from the
tr-|s with axes, the curl litis and
it? ripped Into shreds and I Ii ? shafts
d body of the phaeton broken up.
icir work of destruction was com
>lo.
This Information was recetved here
stcrday In a letter from Mr. Davis.
? cent n man here ;?> s< cure the penl
itlary bloodhounds in order to track
a miser, ants.
n this letter Mr. Davis told of nn
aor dastardly deed committed by the
me crowd. Mrs. Mntlndy Ross, a
dow lady, was suspi ted of h iving
eon the officers Information enncern
^ th.-ir business, and tliey went to
r home In the night and cut <h.
mat of ;l valuable horse. A barn full
shucks and fodder was tired ana
stroyed.
Phe people of the community arc
?roughly terrorized, Mr. Davis writes.
INS LT RA NC El STA TI ST Ii 'S.
The Commissioner of Insurance. Mr.
R. Young, has issued a new state
Mit containing a lift of Insurance
mpanies organized to do business in
>rth Carolina.
["here are now a total of 124 Insur
ce companies that have compiled
th the provisions ..f the Cralg act
d are lie. need to do business in the
ate. Of these there are :u life com
nies, Ts lire and marine companies,
accident companies and 4 fraternal
lers.
INSANITY IX' IREASING.
The Central Hospital for the Insane,
this city, is now tilled to it.; capacity
th patients. Once last year the h..s
lal was taxed t.> its capacity, but
ice then the new annex, with accom
idations for 120, has boon completed.
'Mr. Kirby stated yesterday that there
?"? 425 patients at the asylum, and
til some discharges arc made no new
:lents will be i.ivi I.
Fhcsc figures are worthy of reflcc
m and thought. The hospital's ca
city has boon Increased within a
ar, so that it will accommodate 120
ditlonal patients, and y.-t the Instl
llon Is taxed to Its limit.
Dr. IClrby has his col I st trage plant
operation, and he is greatly pleased
th It.
PITTSRORO TO GREENSRORO.
\. special from Greensboro says:
It ic< stated on reliable authority that
a short lime Superintendent McRee
id other nfllcials of the Seaboard Air
ne will confer with a committee from
?eonsboro relative to running the Sea
ard through to this place. The pro?
sed line will run from Pittaboro up
%w river to Haw Rlvi r si U in, thence
rough Gl iham. Hurling! m and Gib
nville : 11 i ? reensboro.
ro-day John Sprunt Mill, of Now
>rk, wired Senator I'ril h ird to en?
ge his services in the suits of. Mur
Ison ,e_- Co. and the Third National
ink of New York against I >. w. c
'"bow. bankrupt. These firms hold
spectlvely |S3,.I and i::...> of North
ate Itnpr ivement I' impany p.ipi r i n
rsed by Rcnbow.
ci.iZAur.rn cirr.
;1E STORM?STEAMER AGROUND
?PERSONAL MENTION.
(Special to Virginlan-Pll'ot.)
Elizabeth City, N. ('.. Aug. 18.?Ncvi r
nee the memorable storm of '76 has
is .section been visited by such an
ie as began Wednesday evening and
ntinued up to this writing. There
is bei n no shipping to arrive or to
?part, and no accidents are reported
?re. Several houses have been un
ofed and a numb, r ..f trees blow n
>wn. Th,- strei ts arc strewn w :li fall
. limbs. The Nag's Head boat falle I
reach her destination Wednesday,
id t'ne Netise had not returned from
?w Hern when this report closed. The
orni caused sonic uneasiness about
C PCO] le at Nag's Head, inasmuch
no communication could be had with
e Bern h because of the fact that the
Ires \v< re down.
It is reported that the steamers
CUSe and New Hern, both clue here
(sterdny. are aground in the lower
Minds. Hp to the dose of this report
?Ither ha l put in nn appearance.
Miss Sue Grandy left yesterday for
ew York City to spend sometime with
lends.
Yesterday morning in the Police
?v.trt Lee Peal, colored, was fined *.">
id costs for disorderly conduct.
Mt. L. Hyslop. of Berkley, Va? who
is open In our city for the past two
>oj-b as foreman of G. M. Scott's rail
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m*. OVER 6,000,000 BOXES SOLD YEARLY,' '
Tfia reason Eft R ' BF&B|1 Have been^
is simple fe^rSSPflSSffSfl ? ^llre^2dfor 1
asABC. LVVQIfiraill SP 3 MlW 50years. I
PI There Is c reason for everything, nnii the reason for the popularity of Beechain's Pill?
,r is, that thev (111 all the requirements of a general iirudote (or.ALL lilLIOl S AND
! NERVOUS DISORDERS in a t
I ever i>lared before the public
>| whether yon require them or no
? arises you should, In your owu
. ..?.lUin'iiK'Uis ...
NHRVOUS DISORDERS in a more satisfactory tnanuer than say propnetarv medieino
ilia Uocchem's Tills arc Droui;iit bvfofc tour notice, m:il,
?not?if not today, you may tomorrow?wtseu the necessity
your owu interest, take them. The reason for" their need Is often
best known to yourself, but I? that as it may, you will show good Judgment by takias '
thein in reasonable doses, and doing so 19 us simple asABC.
The enormous sole of Beecham's Pills has been achieved without tho publication
? of testimonials, the fact being that Baechoni's Pills recommend themsebes.
Sold everywhere, lit boxen, 10 cents and 25 cents each.
Tili 1III! mill 11.i. Iii 1111111 0 mm 11 n i liiMOi 111 in 11.10 i tin 010 I inn 111: ] 111111 n 11111 m u.inn
Have to Vacate Our Store Jan. ist
? k\\ Summer Shoes
Sold at Cut Prices
Wc do not intend locary a pair over. This
is a chance yon don't often get. Cut prices on
Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags.
DOYLE & SMALL,
80!2 Main St,
Oppositctlie Monument.
ways, has tendered ins resignation, and
left yesterday for his home. Mr. llys
h>!> made numerous friends In <>ur
town, who will regret to learn of his
departure.
Mr. An hie Turner, who has been in
the city for several days visiting rela?
tives and friends, left yesterday for
Eden ton.
Mr. I!, rt. Sarvay and wife, of Rich?
mond, Ya.. are in the city as the guests
of Mrs. Wiiliam Weatherly.
Miss Mamie White-burst, who has
lie.'ti iti the city for vi VCral weeks vis?
iting, left yesterday for her home In
B< rkh y. Va.
The tug Virginia arrived In port last '
night and reports things In a critical
condition In Ihe lower sounds.
Mrs. Peter Davis and children, who
have bet n spending the summer at Wil?
mington, Del., returned home yester?
day.
13 Kltt l'OH l>.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot:)
Hertford. X. C, Aug. 1^.?The storm
continued in all its fury last nigh',
hut subsided to some extent this morn?
ing. The river ran high last night, nnd
one Is now heroic to venture upon the
waters with any of the eraft used on
this river. The tide, however, is very
low. All vegetable matter was bent he
math th.' force of the wind. The side?
walks me dottcn with miniature lakes
and crossed by turbulent rivulets of
small dimensions. Fences were blown
down during the night and this morn?
ing tli" sidewalks were strewn with
boughs front the trees.
During th" heavy wind yesterday aft?
ernoon a tree was uprooted on Grubh
street. The mills have shut down and
travel in the country is greatly Im
p. led. The crops nre badly damaged.
The roads are in a terrible condition.
A lim-, drizzly rain continued during
this p.orning with heavy winds.
Mr. M. It. White returned from Nor?
folk this evening.
Item. T. i; Skinner has returned from
Elizabeth City.
IIIIKXTeS,
(Spcolal to Virginian-Pilot.)
Kd.nton. X. f.. Aug. IS?As a result
of the wind and rain storm of the past
three days the mills have shut down,
work on the cotton factory suspended
and the farmers can do but little, rtttt
ns y< : we have not heard of much dam?
age being done, save the wringing off
of tree boughs, blowing down fences
and the beating down of growing crops.
Mr. .1. O. Morgan, section master on
th.- .V irfolk and Southern road, has re?
turned from a Week's trip to his old
home at Chnpanoke. Mr. Gurncy Chap
pell, of Belvlderc, has accepted a posi?
tion as salesman with Mr. .1. S. Sut
ton.
W'e notice this morning that one of
th" galvanize I ornaments that adorned
the steeple of th" M. E. Church had
been torn from its position by the re
? lit high wind and hurled to the
ground and very unfortunately In fall?
ing It struck the slate roof, damaging
It considerably.
Klemmers on n girl He.
'By Telegraph : : Virgtnlan-Pilot.)
Raleigh, N. ('.. Aug. IS.?A special to
the News and Observer from Winston,
N. C. says:
About one hundred Stemmers in the
employ of W. F. Smith & Co.. exporters
of leaf tobacco, went out on .'t strike
to-dny. They demanded an Increase in
wages, which was refused. Colonel
Smith says he Is paying the same rate
as stemmers receive for the same work
hi Richmond, Danville, and other large
toboi co markets.
LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES
One size smaller after using Allen's Foot
Kate, n powder to be shaken Into the
shoes. It makes tight r.r new shoes feel
easy; Rives instant relief to cortu and
. unl ns It's the greatest comfort tlls
. very of the age. Cures and prevents
swollen feet. I>h<:er?. callous and stuo
tpol Allen's Foot-Ease Is a certain cure
for swr.iting. hot. aching, nervous feet.
At all druggists and shoe stores. 2.".:. Trial
package free, Address, Allen s. uimsteti
lx> Roy. x Y.
nervlta pills
Restore Vitality, Lost Vigor and Manhood.
Cure Impotcncy, Night Emissions and
wasting diseases, all effects of self,
jaffffi* abuse, or excess and inriis
?8P~Tjcrotion. A nervo tonic and
?9*4rRblOOf1 builder. Brings the
I ? ^irpink plow to pale cheeks and
fcA^toj' restores; the fire of youth. |
w'rW>m' un il oOc per box, O boxes
for $2.50; with a written guaran?
tee to euro op refund tlio mouey. i
Send lor circular. Address,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton & Jackson Sts., CHICAGO. ILL.
Burrow, Martin & Co.. Sole Agents, 25*>
i Main street.
THE ONLY
P3TEI1T F?L3I?8 QO-CHRT
made that will fold in a space of nine
inches and give a child solid comfort,
and only weighs 9:4 pounds.
I The Carts arc made strong and
simple- nothing to get out of order?
I no castings to break?all connections
I nude of steel.
Mothers will appreciate these Go
: Cuts, as they can he carried on the
cars and used after reaching the parks
: or watering places.
Just the tiling to take with you on
excursions, picnics, outings, &c.
You Only Have to See Them
to Appreciate Them.
_
GRERT S?LE
?OF?
SUMMER GOODS,
To make room for my
HIEBE FILL STOCK,
That is arriving daily.
Call and look through our store.
CASH OR CREDIT.
3I9 and 321 Church St.
Store closes at 6 P. M,
Saturdays 10 P. M.
Uk<tu in til
AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELT ciths
A hi* A"?rro?#IHnratrjt?Falling Mem?
ory, Impot?ner,Kloc)pi*t*r,-eM, etc.cflUfHd
by Abtme auf other Kh mim and InJIs
creMienf. 'i'"*/ tfiiirkty and murtlu
restore Lo?t Vitulity in o!a or young, ?na
fit a nt&n for Ft -id *, bu<>in***b or ruarriigtv
1'rcTom Insanity in ! Consumption it
it>. j t.. ir 0 -1 ?howft icinae-ltuiA imi>ro*?
went nnrl erVrti a CUKE wbori nil oMi.rn tail. Id
lilt upon IJATine tho icnnnin* AJax Tibi? '* Th?y
Lave curcJ (huu*ftii>ls and will cur? you. Wo civ* *
1 o-i t ? f t<.'i.i-t i:u;,f wnt'.? to ?ffet t a eure in cbcii cuwt
or refund tho tnoaey. Prii ? 50 mrm p?r rackn**, ?r
lUOMkaaM (full tr?ntniear) for By ir.uil.lo
plain wrappor, 'i.?o? nw?ijti of price. I'ircnUr frw.
AJAX REMEDY CO., 'Yb'!?>
For sale In Norfolk, Va., by Burrow,
Martin ? Co. and Ii. P, Holmes A: Co.,
druscists. fe9-tu.th.sa-ly
CONSUMPTION J?sT?
in r?iured quiekest lo ?11 run-down ..t".m., |
with th? hi.-liij luutentritt.:, pr?-dis?ited I
beet i)r.p?r?t:un? i
LIQUID PEPTONE
inl? tho rlrcnUtlon?(It** nstnrsl >'.-<r Im- ,
medist*!?. ('..m?iniinuUni?!ior rnvaicAlS, j
For all hr Harrow., Mirt in A Co.
STE1X>MI>* .VM KK m..< t.?i1.t.,rii: nl.lt-k'i.P. J
BLOOD POISON
HAVE YOU Sole Throat, I'lmpies. Cor
pr-r-Colorert Spots. Aches.' OH Sores. I 1
r. r.? ir. Month. Hair F.tll ncf \Vr::?
COOK UK.MKUT CO.. >'?'?! MASONIC
TF.MPLE. ChirAfo. III., for proofs of
cur*.?. Capital J. r0.i\O. Worst rnses cured
In 14 to 2i da_ys. IOC-sore book frc*.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Schedule in EiTect
N^[email protected]!em
schedele in effect jene 23. iss?.
leave norfolk daily.
7:10 a- m. ?For Richmond. Washington,
Lyncbburc and too West.
4;J5 p. rn.~Ve.Mtbuled Limited for Rich?
mond and Washington. Stopi
only ?i Suffolk. Waverly ?od
I'eierebu.-C
725 p. m. ? For Petersburg, Lynchburg,
tho Wut and Southwest.
Trains arrive at Norfolk daily 9:00 a. m.,
11:25 a. in. and 10.40 p. m.
Tickots and all Information at etatloa
and lu Uranb;. street.
vr. 8. BEVILU
C'eneral Passenger Agent.
SOUTHERN
RY.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINTS
SOUTH,
SOUTHEAST,
and SOUTHWEST.
effective march 12. ?39.
Lv. Nflrfolk .i S.'O a ml S.3i p rn
Ar. RaHIgh .i Z.i'J p ml 2.09 u in
Ar. Durham .I 4:43 p in, 3.10 a in
Ar. Greensboro .I 6 .>.> p in, .", 1j a in
Ar. Salisbury .t 7 30 p m| 0 40 a in
Ar. Ashavllle .112:'.0 a m! 2 :Zi p m
Ar. lUi Springs ., i :j h m| Uliin
Ar. Know.?? .\ 4.15 a m| 7.241 |> in
Ar. Chattanooga .. ..j 7 43 a raltl'.Si p in
Ar Nashville .| 6:55 p m] 6:40 a tn
Ar. Charlotte . 9.35 p m| 7-V, n m
Ar. Atlanta .I 6:10 a in 1:63 u in
Ar M?. ntgomcry ., ..|H>.3' a m >.-H p in
Ar. Mobile ., S:4S p ttt 3:05 u in
Ar. Nevr Orleans .I ?:li p m| 7:10 a :n
Ar Rtrmlngham .111:20 a m'10.00 p m
Ar Memphis .I IC'.'O p m| 7 .11 a in
Ar. Columbia .] 1.37 a mill a pi
Ar. Augusti .i 8.00 a m| 2.46 p in
Ar. Savannah .; 5.00 a m 3.11 p in
Ar. Jacksonville .[ 3.15 a mj 7.40 p in
Ar. Tam;<a .I 6.60 p inj 7:40 a ni
Pullman E.ilnce Sleeping Cars.
For all Info: inatlon apply nt
III! Iirlol 4> Iii re. tin In nsi?l 4<rnnby
NUccl-, Tliun? IIS.
Baggage railed for end checked from
hotels and residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company on orders left a', ticket of?
fice.
FRANK S. GANNON,
Sc: V. President and Qen'l Mgr.
J. M. CULP, W. A. TU UK,
Traffic Mgr. Gen'l Tt.ss Agt.
Washington, D. C.
W. II. DOLL.. Pass. Agt.. Norfolk. V.l.
The new und powerful Iron ralaee
steamers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK. will leave;
i daily follows:
north-bound.
Leave Portsmouth. foot of
North street . ?3.00 p. m
[Leave Norfolk, foot of Water
street . 6.45 p. m.
Leave Old Point Comfort.. 6.45 p in
Arrive In Washington. 7.00 a. in.
I Arrive In Philadelphia, J'cnn.
R. R.??10 ?'J a. m.
Arrive In Philadelphia, IS. A: o.
t R.??11.00 a. in.
Arrive in New York. Kenn.
It. It.?IM p. m.
.Arrive In New York, B. & O.
It. It.?m.25 p. m
SOUTH-BOUND.
Leave New Tork. Penn. R. It. ?12.50 p. m.
Leave New York. R. & o.
r. R. "1.00 p. m
Leave Philadelphia, Penn. R.
R. "12 P. m.
Leave Philadelphia, B. & O.
.'. R."3.07 p. m.
Arrive in Washington, Pcnn.
lt. R. *C10 p. m.
Arrive in Washington, B. ^ o.
r. K.???.00 p. m.
Leave Washington.?6.30 p. m.
Arrive did Point Comfort.... 7.00 a. in.
Arrive In Norfolk. 8 ?? a. m,
Arrive In Portsmotitl. *.0a. m,
?Dally.
"Dally except Bunoay.
Tickets on sale nt R. o ticket office
X. ei c. office, at W. T. Walkes ai.u
[company's office on wharf.
For further information apply
D. j. callahan,
Telephone 441. .ngent
SCHEDULE ELIZABETH RIVER AND |
HAMPTON ROAOS FERRY < ? >.
Effective JUNE 2oth. Steamer CITY4'
OF CHESTER," Running between Nor?
folk. Pinner's Point and West .\orfi
l.ar.di~; at Southern Railway's wharf,
foot Of Jackson street, Norfolk; touching
ni Atlantic i"oast L'no and Southern it.ni
way'ti wharf. Pinner's Point and landing
,,t A and 1> Ry. wharf. West Norfolk.
LKAVK NiiRl'uLK ?.:.::?? a. in.. S I', a.
m., !S:"0 a. m.. 9:30 a. in. (A. A- 1).): 10:30
a in., !l-:Oi in., 1 :">?> p. m.. 12:30 p. in.,
4:00 p. m., 5:50 p. m.. ?8:85 p. m. iSo. Ry.).
ARRIVE PINNER'S POINT 6:15 a. m ,
7:3.". a, m.. S:45 a. m.. 10:45 a. in., 12:1 ? p. in.,
1:45 p. m . 2:45 p in., 4:15 p. m., 6:00 p. in.,
8:30 p. m.
ARRIVE WEST NORFOLK?7:00 a, m.
9:00 a. in., 9:50a. in.. 11:00 a. ni . 12:30 p. in.,
Z:>0 p. m.. 3:00 p. m., 4:30. 6:15 p. in.
LEAVE WEST NORFOLK 7:00 a. m..
"l ev a, m , 10:00 a. m . 11:00 I. m . 11 00 p
m.. 2:t?i p. rn-, !3:00 p. m.. 4:55 p. m. i.\. ,v
I >.), 6:15 p. m.
ARRIVE PINNER'S POINT?7:15 a m .
?8:05 a. m. (So. Ry.), a, m . 10:15 a. in..
11:1.', a. m., 1:13 p. in . 2:15 p. in., 3:13 p. ni.,
5:10 p. in.. 6:30 p. m.. ?8:55 p. m.
ARRIVE NORFOLK?7:30 a. m.. s CO a
m.. '.?:;>> a. m., lo:.".0 n. in., 11:30 a, in., 1 30
P. m , 2 '??> p. nr. 3:30 p m.. 5:20 p. in., 6:40
p. in . 9:05 p.m.
?Dally?All other trips daily cxecept Sun?
day
iFrelght carried em these trip- only.
C. M SEKI'I LL. I'r.- l nt.
F. B. DANCY. V: e pr< ildent.
j. A. c. Q RON ER, Sec. and Trcas.
TLANTIC & DANVILLE RAILWAY
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 17. ISM.
TRAIN No. 1?Daily.?Leaves Norfolk
from wharf foot of Mathcws street .it
p:J0 a. m.. West X. rfolk at 10:"?) r>. rn . for
Danville and Intermediate points, arrivit.g
at Danville ..l 5:35 p. m.
TRAIN No. 3-D ally ?Leaves Xorfaik
7:40 p m.l West No: folk. StlO p. in., ar
rivo at Lawrencovlllc 11:33 p. m., arriving
at Danville ut 6?2 o'clock a. m., except
Monday. To Lawrencevllle only on .S;;:."
day.
TRAIN Xo. 4 arrives at Xorfollc at 9:20
a. m. daily,
TRAIN No. 2 arnve.i at Norfolk a: i- ..
p. m. dally.
TRAIN No 3 ,-onn'C-s nt Dennlston
Junctien with Xorfoik and \\er,ttrn rail?
road for Durham and Intermediate points
TRAINS Xos. 1 and 3 connects Jt Jef
fress J um. Hon and Danville for all points
on the Southern Railway system.
PULLMAN SLEEPERS b-turon Dan?
ville and Asheyllle, Atlanta, Jacksonvnie
Memphis and New Orleans.
Tuiii'K mi ?alo and baggage ehe^kei at
company's Wharf, Ncriulk.and at Kinrutr
s "i Watson's agency, Portsmouth.
Steamer City of i'hever touches at N.
Y. P and N. R. R. wiiarf on outgonij;
trips for through passengers.
WM. 11. TAYLOR, Traffic Manager
chas. o. HA 1 N BS,
iven^rai UaiiAu.r
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
VIRGINIA ?EAGH.
lllUlOH-. 1.. . . . . 1. KcuiU
?and?
CURRITUCK DIVISION,
With BtCa::i?:a f rtnlDB ti^e
"east VIRGINIA .\X!) carolina
Lit NE." j
(formerly Petttt's N< r;h Carolina I.lna
ami Bennett's North Carolina i/ne.)
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE Uh, ;>?.?.
S>."J A. M,
MAIN IJNE?TO VlItuiNlA BEACH
LEAVE XOBFOLtk.
Daily except Sunday:
7:.~o a. m., though cxpi
(a)9:V0 a m., mixed, makes r.o st.rs w.st
of Thalia.
10:Z3 a. in., through express. ,
12:60 p. m., local express. a| " i,
3 .W v. ni., through express. lAitl
f?: 1 ?> p. in., through express. r?u?ai?l
6:30 p. m.. local expri j f J
7:15 p. in., through ?\i ress. ft ...c '
SUN DATS. '
9:25 a. m., local express ELiS . '."
ii:i.'. a. in., through express. ...,..,1...
1-;.".?> p. m , local express, : ?
3:00p, in. through express.
6:10 p. ii'., through express.
7.? p. in., through express, makes loca;
stops Sunday.
LEAVE VIRGINIA BEACH.
Dally except S-.inj.iy.
?6:40 a. m., f ist express. j .^f:
(n)S:20 a. in., fnst express, i > ?
(a)U:lS a. in., inixeil i} [! I j
2:15 p. in., through express. ' i(i .?
"4:S0 p. ni., fast express. ; , ; .1.
c.:<v p in., through express. t >??'
8:90 p. in., through express. tf v .
10:30 p. in., through express. ,i
SUNDAYS. , . I' .
?6:40 a. m., fast express. I, , .
Jfl.l.". a. in . local express ?
2:IS p. in., through express, 1
?4:20 p. m.. fust express.
6:30 p. in., through express.
10:30 p, in . ihr;?!!-;!! express,
? si.-us only at Occana, Lynnhaven and
Kempsvlllc.
(.1> Make.--, no stop:* west of Thall?.
Through express trains make the trip In
25 minutes
fast express in Z? minutes.
Local express in 35 minutes.
CUKIttTllCK DIVISION.
LEAVE NOBFi u.k. va.
PiMy r\,-.-p: Sunday?10:00 a, in.. mixed.
6:00 p. m., local . (press.
I.HAVE MUNDEN POINT. VA.
Pa:ly excop: Sunday?7:30 a. in., mixed:
5:00 ;<. m . local cxpn s:?.
All steamer.* oth.T thin CurrHuofc
Pound steamers, arrive an.I depart from
pier No. I (adjoining Clyde Km-) Water
street. Norfolk. Va.
Trains stbp only on signal ni Interme?
diate stations to tako on or put ot( p.is
nr.^ers.
W. P. ASHBUBN.
Cen. FrS. and Pass. AcL
:>. 1? HOLLAND,
Supoi lnt< ndenL
"VT ob FOLK .x- OCEAN VIEW BAIL
i> W AV COMPANY.
QUICK AND FREQUENT SERVICE
BETWEEN.
NOBFOI.K OCEAN VIEW. OLD POINT
HAMILTON AND NEWPOBT NEWS I
Take the Ocean View Boute for Old
Point, connecting with the C. O. and j
I Trolley I .lues for Newport News and In?
termediate towns.
A M A M A M
6:001 6:301 7:00 L'l d'ye* Su
I I Aid d'y cx?un|
7:30 8:00 S:S0| Local dally 7:50J 8:25 8:n0
!':iii 9:30 10:00 la-col " | 9:20 9:55 :>>
10:3011:00 ll:30(l<ocul " 5 10:50111:20 lt:iiol
P M P M P M !' M P M I'M
12:O0jl2:3O| l:00j Local " jl2:20ll2:5S 1:20
12:::i)i I I Express "III
?1:00 1:25] 2X0 n;d P'l " | 1:20 2:00 2-20
?1:30 Express " ! I I i
!2:0u [ 2:251 3:00|Old P't " | 2:20 s.c ::?:>
?2 .- 0 ! I Express " 1 |
!2:(Hi 3:25) 4:0C?iOlil P't " I 3:20 4:00 4:20
?3:30 I lExpress " | ; |
14:0014:22 5.->' < >l>i P i " ' 4:20 6:00 5:20
??4:30 I Express "I I
:;,*v K GrtOiOld P't " f 6:201 6:00 6:20
?5:30 I lExpress "I I
?,; OQ-I p't " 1 6:30 7:00
?6:30 1 |Expri*sa " | I |
I7.-00 7:261 8:00Old l"t " | 7::-o S:00
?7:30 1 (Express " | I
?8:00 S.::- 9:C0|Old P't " 18:20 9KM 9:20'?
?8:30 lExpress " I
!9:0fl 9:2S-? >. ? tin V.
?9:30 Express " |
Mu:t" 16:25-?>ci .111 V. "
? Ocean View only.
! 1st Section oil Point Express. 2:ul Sec?
tion Ocean View 1.0caI
1 Leaves at 10:45 on Sunday.
Local freight leaves n 1 folk 7:00 a. m.,
11:00 i in. ami ."> p. m.
Freight received until fifteen minutes
before leaving time.
Fare f"r the roun I trip to O.-e.in View,
Fare for the- round trip to OM Point
from any part of Norfolk, 60e. Old Point
tic kets on bale by all street car conduc
1,1 I'll P.K'H.M'iNI'. PT TKIiSRlT.
J' CLABEMONT, <'!.!> POIN'I
NEWPOBT NEWS AND JA.MI :; IIIVEB
LANDINGS DIMECT I V
I >A V LIU I IT
Virginia Navigation Company's Elegant
Sal ? in SU-iimer POCAIIONTAS leaves
ClvdO wharf. Norfolk, every Tl I5S4 >A V,
THUBSDAY and SATURDAY at I .>. in .
touching ni Portsmouth Newport News'
mill (lid Point g?llig lind leiilinlng, .
riving at lltclimond about ?? p. ni., ct
heeling with all evcniiiR trains.
Fare to Kichmond, li f-0
To Blcbni.I and return. $2.50.
To Bli limonil, second-class, $1.00,
Tickets much cheaper than any other
tout,, to Richmond, Petersburg, Wavcrly
lllc.ksford and stations on Atlantic and
Danville railroad and ..'.1 points \:a Rich
liiotxl.
Tickoti for sale, it ticket agencies of
Walke .V Son. II. Brandt, and on hoard
st> iimcr.
Freight received dally (Sunday except?
ed) tor all above named points,
JAMES W. M'CARBICK,
Agent.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
SAY L>l INI E.
commencing von hat. At/a. s. isss.
I.? Portsmouth, High ?trc?t.'.s-.zz p
Lv. Norf Ik, Main ?lre-t.'.C.'A> p m
Lv t> d Point. ?!>??;??'.? I'ler.:; 00 p m
Ar. Baltimore, t'ri.i.n Do I: . ~i ou a m
NORTHBOUND_ ?' It- R. I B. & O.
Ly Halumoro .I 7:tS ? ml! 7:64 a m
Ar. Phllad'lph'a .10:16 a m 'lO.:? > rn
Ar. N?v? Toik _ *i p mjll3:3i n n
BOUTH'b?UND ! P It It- I U Sc O.
"l.T~New York .1 :2:lu p m; 1:00 pm
Lv. Philadelphia .I 14:41 p ra !3:01 p m
Ai Bait. Cant n ..... riao p ml p m
Lv. li.ilt'.more. Light street .6:30 p m
I.v BalUroors. Cantoa . 7;ia p m
Lv' Cid P tnt . C.'.i a in
Ar. Ne.'fO"* . * M
Ar. l'ortstnouth . h.iJ e, iu
fZ"rj?liy except ?ir..:.iy. ?? L>alir.
Tickets soH u ?II points North, Fajt
and West and I'lRsaS* chreked to atau
ration. Staterooms leservrd upon appij.
t?tJon in r,non nt the company s oflice
No T7 West Main street, or on boarj
,.?..>? tu er.
j. rech' will not he received after 4 p.
TO to co forward that day.
For further Information apply to
KEY COMPTON,
Oeneral Agent.
J. W IIROW.V, Jr .
Southern Pass'icer Acant.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE._I
l?oieoiii) ci's (to
FOR new TORR.?Pas- 1
scnger ships are appointed i
to sail daily (except Sunday) I
at 7:30 p. m.
FROM new YORK.?On
Monday. Tuesday. Wednes?
day. Thursday and Friday
at 3:0o p. in.. Saturdays at
4:00 p. m.
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS
UNSURPASSED.
Fare. Including meals and stateroom
berth .J 8.001
Retina trip (limited to 30 days - 13.00
For tickets and rest rvatlon of state?
rooms apply at ticket Ofllce. IS>3 Mam
.-: ot, or at general otllcc, at wharf.
Ships leave cid Point for Norioik Sun
dav about to a. in
TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS I
Hampton Reads. Mobjack, Luray. Ace
mac and Virginia Dare, sailing da ly (e
cept Sunday) from Company's wharf, Nor?
folk:
FOR Ol.n POINT?At 6:30 and 11:15 a.
m. 3:45 and 7:10 p m.: Portsmouth. 6:15
anil 10:05 a. in., and 3.03 p. in.: Hay Line
wharf, Norfolk, at 7.00 and 11:30 a. in. ac.d
1:00 p. in.
FOR HAMPTON?at it a. m. and 3:45
ai 1 1:10 p m.j Portsmouth, 10:03 a. m.
ind 3 03 p. "i ; Hay Lane, at 11:30 a. m.
and 4.00 p. nil.
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FIELD?At 2:30 p in.. Portsmouth. 3:45 p.
Ill;; Ray Li no. 3 no p. m.
for ware and fast rivers?At
C:30 n, m.i Portsmouth, ?>t5 a- m.; Bay
Line, T.iv a. m.
FOR NORTH RIVER ? On Monday,
Wednesday and Friday <;.''> ??? m.j
Portsmouth, u.i.", a, m.i Hay Lino. 7:n)
a. m.
FOR SEVERN RIVER?On Tuesday.
T irsday and Saturday at U'Sti a. m :
Portsmouth, teir. a. in.; Hay Ijnr, 7:00
a m.
FOR HACK, POQUOS1N AND york
RIVER LAN'PfN'GS AND CRAB NECK
?On Monday Wednesday arid Friday at
6:15 a in : Portstnoutrl it 30 ? in ; Hay
LI f 6 15 i ni Returning fullbwiiiij day
FOR NANSEMONU RIVER AND SIE
FOLK-AI J m r to.: Poi ismoiiin 3 irt p.
in, Connecting Ht Suffolk wrltli SilholK
and Carolina railroad.
Freight for Ware; East, North, Severn.
Pack. Poquosln, Vork .-ind Nansenn?nd
Itlvcr Linditi: - must he prrpnid,
All schedules subject lo change witn
oiit nein e
^ Freight for Washington and Newlterne,
received at und delivered fron?
t and Southern railroad depot
lit rei ved dally (except Sanday)
Nor','
Frei
tintll
00 ji
i.
M C CROWKLL.
General A^cnt
CftPt
CHARLES1
ROUTE
New York,
Philadelphia
and Norfolk
Railroad.
QUICK TIME-LOW RATHS.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAT.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MOHDAY.
A'. RIL
LEAVE NORFOLK.
7:43 a. m. flatly, except Sunday?(Parts
mouth, Mich s'r??t. ; 30 a in)
Airlve at Philadelphia 5.41 p.
is, New York ul ? p. in.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
G:00 p. m. dally; Portsmouth. High street,
:, .o Arrive at Philadelphia,
i. ii) a. m ; New York. 7.43 a. in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLIC.
I 9:00 a. nv. dally; Portsmouth, Mich street
p 10, leaving New York at t vi
p in . Philadelphia. ll.io p. m
ARRIVE at NORFOLK.
7:30 p. m. dally, except Sunday (Ports?
mouth. Il'itti street. S0O p m.j
leaving New York at s:00 a. ni.;
Philadelphia, 10 ?o a m.
Clone connection made with all ran and
sound lines to and from Hoston.
Pullman Sa-eptnir Cars nn night trains
between .leiscy City. Ph'.ladclpnla and
c.ipt> Charh s
Pullman Buffet T*.irl-r Cars on day trains
betwoen Philadelphia and Capo Cliarles
Through tickets sold and baggage
cheeked ?1 Walne's Agency, under At.
la title Hotel, at Passengei Station at tho
w hai f and on steamer.
R B. COOKB,
General Fassonror and Fretcht Agent.
DIRECT WOt-JTC
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
For Boston?Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays at 00 p m
FOR PROVIDENCE.
Every Tuesday, Thursday anJ Eatur
dhv at S M) p. m.
FALLS TO BOSTON AND PROVI?
DENCE.
Flrst-elns"?. Including meals and
stateroom berth .Ill 00
Sleeraae. Including meals and bunk...19.00
Perishable freight sent via Providence,
forward.-d by early train to Boston and
at ilie same rale as by erect steamers lo
Uoston.
1 or further Information apply to
It, 11. WltlOHT. Agent Norfolk. Va.
a. 1> STKIiRINS, Ass t Traffic M gr.
W. P. TURNER, Gen Pass Agent
J. C. Win: NEY. Traffic Manager.
General Offices, Baltimore, MJ.
mm
Atlanta. Sow Orlennn. Amtn.ta. Maron,
PhHltanongn, Nushvllle, Memphis, I Innda,
Calilnriiia an?) the euliie smith. ,
In Effect Dee. II. IW| No. 4L | No. 4C*
n c '
.8.a l i
I.v. Norr.-lk .I
" Po-t?mouth S.A L
Ar. Suffolk ... " I
" L"wl?ten .
?? Wehlen ..
?? Henderson
" Raleigh ... "I
" Soutto rn Tines " '
" Wilmington .. " I
" CV.nrlove . " V
- Col itnl la o v*L '
" Augusta C (few C
" Allien? .. .8 A LI
" Atlanta (f? Time)]
" M.icon .. C of Oa.l
" .lacksonvllle Plantl
" Tim pa .. .Flint'
St-rom'y W.orA'
Mobile .. . L ftN.I
New Orlnnni . "
< ?'? it'noor i w.o v
Na ihvills NC*8tL]
Memphis KCM*R|
tmi a m'
0 m a in'
9:50 a ml
1 RS p m'.
II ro n nV
1 - Ml p ml
J "4 t> ml
6 sS p mi
10
r> mi
?3:43 a m
R 20 i m
H 1"> a ml
7:.'S p ml
5 OA a ml
hi JI a mj
J :o p m
I :) p m
l tOO p m
6 55 p m
7:Z > p ra
?StSO p m
Ml p m
9:16 p in
11 :'l?"p"ni
1- a m
'-' 16 a m
? :i a m
1" 08 p m
7:5X1 ? m
4:15 p m
?I "> I> rn
113 p m
2:50 p m
7:?) p m
S'45 a m
6:45 p m
? ? p m
3 Hi a ni
7:4") a m
1:15 a m
" 00 a ni
4:00 a m
?Patlv IDally, er. Sunday.
c lions at New Orleans with South,
e-n Pacific lind Tm.u & Pacific railways
(or all point* In Te\as. Mexico and Call.
' j\j >,b K3?Arrive Portsmouth daily 7:25!
fc'No S3?Arrive Tort?mouth dally idtl
p' m- 3. W. HROWN*. Jr
Pasa'r Agt.. 1>.' Main st Norfolk. Va.
MI'RRaY FORHK3
Trav. Pass'r Ant., ^rtsmouth *Va
E ST. JOHN. Vice President and Oenerai
S?*na>;er
V E McitKE, Oenerai Superintendent.
H. W. R GLOVER. L. S. ALLKN.
Traffic Manager. GenT Paas'r Agt.
Portsmouth, Va.
TRAVELEhS' 6UIDE.
c'nesapeaRe
& Ohio Ry,,J
for Richmond.Washington,Vir?
ginia springs and mountain re
SORTS. cincinnati. louisville.
chicago. ST. locis. &c.
S?MIKDl.'le in effect june 22. 1850.
__^gn,??nd. |l & 3 I 1 I ~
I.y Portsmouth .i 6:50 a|
. . Norfolk . 7:(,Ja
la. N.Hr :>...-, V.o./v?..l
i.v. N? nrp, rt News.;;; Sa?a
A!.J- U-lUftj
Ar.WastPl n (BF&P).| 3:20 nl_[lltiop
'\'r }i?d VM "" LJne)..|UO:20al 2:15 Dll0:*) o
>.Wi ?"4i?il
No?Uiy c*"CV: *V?"<i?>'- Other time dully.
cur ' S < of .Richmond. Parlor
Ronceveri J 2 '**'? iI0m OM ?'oint to
i . ? ' hou? change Connect! at
. ..l with James River Division
ton Fo?i'y^?'bur*. l*?in?fn and c if.
to CMi,V7^-liL1li,w,lh PwUmans. Richmond
nV j i ;1Vi ,'--ou ,v"1*aiul ?*?? 1^?.?.
?? DAUW. Pullmans; Old i-oint to
Cincinnati und Louisville.
I and j ?'V u,,n,nS pars on Nos.
5 2. '.. J-,-. .' f Ootdonavlllc.
ro k 1 . .'^'???AMl-:u LOUISE leaves Nor
"or Nor??-? !' . "' Le*V?a Newport News
iion^and"':^ t"1** ?'W " "'' BsI*
j;H;;\vILt.;-ox:nT1c^lH,A^n\:o
I n ?..!:!?. p;t??*nK<M a a cut.
; Norfolk. Va! " 0fUC*' A,Untlc !loleL
jniiN n t'OTTS.
A?s:_ General Passenger Ac<-et.
(>ormit .* i nrniinn Rnltrnivt.t
11LA.1IIO
COAST
Lt.lC
IN EFFLv 1' JUNE 4th USD. ~.
I i No. 101. '
Bunions. ] No. o. |DTj ox.
Dally, i Sunday.
Lv. Norfu.k .I saw a mi 2:Si p n.
Lv. Porte June.| a. iu| :.u y ra
Ar. butfolk, V?.|10.iM it Uli 1:17 p ro
Ar. runt*. N. c.(10:51) a in, i:H p in
! Ar. Hohgond. N. C.|U:0u III , 5:3? p in
Ar. Tai l.oro. N. C_il2.il p m, .law p nx
Ar Rocky Uount, N.C.ilI.jO p m; ii;35 p m
Ar. Wllliamslon. N. C i.i ?33 p lu
Ar Plyaioutb. N. C _,.I , i. p i ?
Ar V aslilnslon, N. C...1.i iMpnx
At. Klnaton. .N C.I.I 1 :il p m
Ar. Wilson. N C.I 2:ii p ml T:u p m
Ar. t;-i?boro. N. C_| 3:21 p in] 7..-J p ra
Ai Wilmington, N. C] 5.5) p m, D:W a ra
Ar. Fayetteville, N. C.j 4.25 p m l.osam
Ar Florence, b. C .i 7:21 p in| 3:1? a ra
Ar. Cb-trle?ton, S. C.10:60 p m| o.is a ax
Ar. t:oiumul;. -J.ilu.2?J p inllEDO a ra
Ar ?ufiuata.'Ga .i 7..-S? ml i .54 a m
. Atlanta, la a. .11 - Ji p iu;12 34 p BS
Ar. alacoa. .Illtli ? m.11:15 a Ol
Ar. Savannah. Ca.I S-.O! a m. 'J:i/J a m
Ar. Jacksonville, Fla....| a ml VJU p m
No ?J flal'y connccti nlth A.C L? Uala
23 for al! 'j? inta South.
No. lW.daiiy .?ieept Sunday, makes close
frouneciion n: !!?!ciood for W a.ihliiBlcc,
N C.. Klnslnn, N. C. and I'lyinouth. 1
I', and all l??l?t<rn Carolina point?; tlu
at Rocky .\Jou.-.- with A. C. L l.-aia ?* fas
all points bouth.
No. 103. dally, except Sunday, makes
closo crvr.cevHion at Ahr#ki? (or Wntdsjr.
N C . ami stations on W. At i'. R, R.
Trains anlso at Norfolk at 3:53 |. in.
daily, also ai 10:25 a. m., daily, except
Butiday.
No. (3 runs through, without et aoc?
Noifolk to Wilmington.
UatfgaCB checked at Company's Ncrfo'Jf
slim f. und iiuu at oflke of paas uuf a*
and Ticket axent 171 Una aueot vipp??
altn Allan;: . llotal).
For Itckata to all points South, slaipliisa,
car reservations ana gsnsraJ loformatkia
call ea or address.
J. A. NEUQEnAUETt.
l'HSfct'r and Ticket n nt.
JAMES F. MAUP1N.
Ooncral Forwaruins AarsuC,
r. m. EMERSON, tie.i. Puss acuh.
a m. BEP.l'ELJ^ Gen. Manager.
T *A EMERSON. Traflie Manager.
NorroiK & mm i % go.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 19th; 1>?S.
MAIL AN DEXPRESS LEAVES NoR
FOLK DAILY (except Sui.ttay) 10 ^.m. lor
Bltxtibeth City* Edeiuoni Mackey's Ferry,
Rope:. Pantego, liellhaven, Etc. Con
ncv ts at Edciitou with N. & S. R. R.
slcamci as follows: Daily (except Sun
dnv) for Plymouth, Jamesvllle, William?
st?n and Windsor. TUESDAY, THUR3
DAL and SATURDAY for all landings on
Chowan river, and MONDAY ind FRI
DAY for Scuppernong river. Connects at
Bellhnven with Old Doinir.ijn steamers
for Makleyvlllc, South Creek, Aurora,
Washington and Intermediate landings.
EVENING EXPRES8 LEAVES NOR
FOI K at 4:li> i> m TUESDAY, THURS?
DAY, and SATURDAY tor Elizabeth City.
Edenton "id way stations. Connect at
1 Ixab th City with the steamer Neuss
for Roanokc Island, Ocracoke, Oriental,
Newbernc Morehead City. Kinston aiid
Goldsboro. \.i A. .t- N. K. R.. and for
Jacksonville, Wilmington, N. C, and tor
stations on Hie W. .V W. R. R
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK
MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (except
Sunday) it 1:25 p. in., and morning train
at 11 a m. TUESDAY'. THURSDAY ami
SATURDAY, connecting with all rail and
'-(??.m lines at Norfolk tor the North.
Kast ..id West. Passenger station at foot
Of East Main Street, Norfolk and West
r.rn depot. Flexal station on Water
= ti eet.
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH
F\ST FREIGHT LINK AND OLD DO?
MINION LINK between all points Nortb
and East via Norfolk and Norfolk and
Southern Railroad and Eastern North
Carolina.
Freight received dally at a p. m. and
forwarded promptly at low rate.
Foi further information apply to tha
General i >tti- e of the N. & S. R. R. Co.,
Norfolk. Va.
H. C. HVDGINS.
General Freight aid Passenger Agent.
M. K. KINO. General Manager.
CLYDE'S REGULAR LINE STEAM
SI i 1 PS FOR PHILADELPHIA.
UNL\ DIRECT LINE FROM nor?
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA.
Until further notice s'.eamers are ap
; ted to sail fro^? Norfolk every MON
l>\\ \\ BDNESDAY and SATURDAY at
^ o'clock p. m., and fr^m Philadelphia,
every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SAT
U It DA Y.
rnrougli bills of lading to all points
South and Southwest via Seaboard, Air
Line Atlantic ? last Line. Virginia and
Tennessee Air Line. Southern Railway
Norfolk and Carolina and Norfolk ami
southern Railroads.
JAMES W. McCARRICK.
General Southern Agent. Norfolk. Va?
WILLIAM P. CLYDE & CO..
General Agents, Philadelphia.
TrWiiNS EXPRESS CO
218Watar St., Phone 6.Elthar Phon)
We haul anything to and from ii*>
I where in tha three cities.
Soeclal facilities for hauling Safa%
Bollers. Furnitur? and Planes.
I Lou filled and HI lias wan tat.

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