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THE) NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL,.
OUR RALEIGH
NEWSBUDGET
The Storm Reduced the Corn Crop
to Less Than Half.
FIRST BALE OF COTTON
Promlucut Citizen? Demi? The Hnn
Joso Henlo-Norlli Carolina Leu!
Tobacco nt the l'nrl* Exposition?
A New lSnuk nt Wiiiaion-SiUeiu ?
Inquiry For a Bllaslu;; Mnu ? Hoy
Kills n Hoar.',
(Special to Virginian-mot.)
Raleigh, N. C, August 20.?Mr. N.
rw. Newman lias returned Crom n visit
to Hyde county. During the Btorm he
was on the steamer "Tar River," In
Pamlico Sound. He bad to stay on the
steamer throe davs. It was pretty
rough, but ho suffered little discomfort.
Mr. Newman says that rice Is Rood,
but the fodder Is stripped off the corn,
and the corn crop will be less than
faalf.
FIRST BADE OF COTTON.
Another now bale of cotton?the sec?
ond this season?was received yester?
day on the Raleigh cotton market, it
was raised by Mr. 13. it. Uroughton,
and. like the llrst bale, brought in
"Wednesday by Mr. J. Walter Myiitt, Is'
a Johnston county product. it was
sold to Lee <fc I,at tu for s;x cents.
This Arm also bought the llrst bale
?f the season?that brought In Wed?
nesday by Mr. Myatt. l-'or l!, likewise,
Blx cents was paid.
Old cotton of the samo grade would
have sold for cents per pound.
The first hale of cotton has been re?
ceived nt this market on the follow?
ing dates:
1890, llrst bale, August 20th. ,~
3S9:t, llrst bal.-, August 28th. . ?
3S9t. first bah-, August 23d.
3S9Fi, first hale, September 6th. 1
1890, first hale. August 10th.
3897. first hale, August 27th. *
1898, first bale. August l^th.
1899, first hale, August 23d.
PROMINENT CITIZENS DEAD.
A letter received yesterday from
(Winston contains the following sad in?
telligence:
Mr. James P. Jones, chairman of the
Board of Deacons of the First Presby?
terian Church, died quite suddenly at
11:20 here to-day, aged GV years.
He was 'taken in Inst evening and up
to ten minutes before his death his
condition was not considered serious.
For several years Mr. Jones was en?
gaged in the manufacture "(? tobacco,
jbut for the past three he has been as?
sociated with his brother in the man?
agement of the Motel Jones. He was
(loved by all of the travelling men.
In Wllkcfl county last night John
JWnKoner nnd his father-in-law, Jns.
felson, got Into a dispute, when the
ormer struck the latter on tli" (lead
rlth a stick, killing him Instantly.
MR. JAMES P. HOD< 1 ES.
The. Fnyettevlllc observer announces
|the death of Mr. Jnmos P. Hodges, of
Uttlo River Acndcmy, in his 7?t.h year,
Te was a model farmer and citizon, a
gentleman of Integrity and usefulness,
[Throe children survive him, Or. J. Al?
lison Hodges, of Richmond, Vn.j Mr,
lohn M. Hodges, and Mrs. Slocumb
"mlth. He was a. Presbyterian ami a
emonrat?a true Christian nnd a ein
ere patriot.
Till-: SAN* JOSH SOAT.K.
Tt Is found that the San Jose scale
nfeetioii of the peach orchards near
Southern I'lins was Introduced by
rees bought in 1S92 In New Jcrsi y.
nd that about 200,000 trees were in
ceted. Of these about half, or jier
inps more, have been cut down and
iiirned. The inspection of nursorics is
ow in progress.
AGRICULTURAL! NOTES.
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson will
e Invited to attend the State Falr'hero
l October, and there are good ground*
or expecting that he will come.
North Carolina will make a very
omplele and handsome exhibit of both
r>nf and manufactured tobacco at the
'ar'ls Exposition, particularly of leaf.
ANOTHER NEW HANK.
The Corporation Commission Is nd
ised that the Piedmont Savings Hank,
t Wlnston-Salem, will begin business
cxt week. T. J. Brown is president
nd Ij. W. Pegram cashier.
Revenue Collector Duncan says there
re now 200 licensed whiskey distiller
in this district, but declines to
lake an estimate of the number of li?
cit distilleries. An estimate is made,
owever, that there, are at least three
mos as many of tho Intter as of li
;nscd distilleries.
A MISSING MAN.
Mr. Jnmos O. Co! troll.of Dillnrd, Mo.,
rites tr> Secretary of Stale Thompson
ir Information concerning one Edward
'ottrell, who is supposed to "be In this
t?te and who has fallen heir to a
gncy in Missouri. Dr. Thompson was
able to furnish tho Information de
red.
The Ashevllle Citizen Bays that on
st Tuesday, near Robbjnsvllle, C.ra
un county, a thirteen-year-old boy.
ametl Hllen. killed a bear that
elghed over 300 pounds. _
i:i.i7,ATiKrn otr.
lERSONAT, NEWS NOTES? MAR
RIAOK?PI IDIOB COURT.
(Special to Virginian-Tilot.)
Cllzabeth City. N. C, August 20.?
Iiss Hertha Randall, v. ho lias been in
e city for several weeks, visiting the
mily of Mr. Peter Shipp, lias left, for
home, at Hilton. N. V. She was
|eompanled as far as Norfolk by Mrs.
jlPP
I.Married Friday night, by the Rev.
F. Hunter, nt tho M. E. parson
\ Mr. Holier: J. Bowdon, of Knot's
!land, to Miss Annie J. Syckler, of
anchester, Va.
Mrs. H. C. Pearson, of Baltimore, the
;ter of Mrs. E. M. Stevens, and Mrs,
Robinson, of Bellcross, Camden
luntv. are In the city, as guests of
and Mrs. E. M. Stevens, at their
[me, on Parsonage street
Mrs. Eddie L>uptqn, who has been at
?lumbin for si veral days, visiting her
lther. hns returned home.
Iresterday m< rnlng, In tho Police
urt. Albert Stark, colored, was fined
? and costs for beating his wife.
Mr. Joseph I... McCabo, of the firm
McCabe & Gric?. left yesterday tax.
Now York, to purchase a Fall stock
of dry goods.
Miss Nettie Markham, accompanied
by her sister, left yesterday lor Ports?
mouth, to visit friends.
KDKttTSX.
(Special to Virgtnlan-PiloL)
Edenton, N. C, Aup. 26.?For onpB
Ing in a street row last nipht It cost
halt' a dozen of our young tuen near S3
apiece this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miller returned
yesterday from a week's trip to Vir?
ginia.
Mr. YV. C. Wall has been seriously ill
for the past few days at his home on
New street.
Mr. Henry Hooper, Jr.. leaves to-day
for Birmingham to accept a position
there ns stenographer.
Mr. U L. Moore and Mr. H. I* Creccy
visited Norfolk this wiek on business.
Miss Wester, of Franklin. Va., is Vis?
iting relatives on Kinn street.
A protracted meeting will commence
Monday at ltocky Hock, and will co
tlnuc through the \v< ek.
Miss Crillln, of ltocky Mount, is the
guest of relatives here.
Mr. McG. Or ecu will leave next week
for Columbia, having ncceptcd a posi?
tion there with the Brannlng Mauufac
turlng Company.
I] KIITFOK !>.
(Fperial to Vlrginlan-Pllot.)
Hertford, N. C. Aug. 26.?Miss Eliza?
beth Odchd'hal, of Norfolk. Va., is vis?
iting the family of Mr. Toms', on Main
street.
Mr. .T. ('. Skinner returned home to
lay after n short absence front town.
A party hf young ladies and gentkv
hen attended n liiwn party at Wlrifall
Thursd ly night.
'i li.- Main Street Baptist Church has
been thoroughly. renovated. The
benches have been rcvarnlshed and liew
carpets laid dow n. Rev. <'. J. F. An?
derson, I he pastor, has been with the
chftrch only one year, yet over- flftjs
members luve been added in tlr.it lime.
.\n Epworth League was formed here
last nielii. Further particulars will
appear later.
)W7/
WOMEN
Most women are
drudges. Some nre
willing, some art
unsvillhig. Some
women drudge for
t Ii e nisolvcs,
some fur their
family. Their
routine is end?
less; HO matten
how ill they fee)
they work.
Women never
lit
it ff/
8 - ?7
half lake care of themselves. Early
decay and w recited lives n bound, mainly
1 lirough neglect. Every woman should
have the Imok called "Health and
Beauty," which the Pc-ru-na Medicine
Co.,Columbus, O., will mail on request.
It tells women some easy things to do
to protect health, and nil about the
vlrl ucs ofPc-nyna for women's peculiar
ills. Miss Lizzie Peters, Mascoutah,
111., writes:
"lam pcrfcctlycnretl of female weak?
ness hy tuking Pe-ru-na and Man-a-lin.
I have gained thirty-seven pounds
sine?; I began lal;iii}f Pe-rn-nn. My
friends are wondering what, makes
mo look so bright and healthy. I
would like to let the world know w "hat
n wonderful medicine Pc-ru-na is."
Woman's diseases tire ma inly catarrh
r?f tho pelvic organs. Pe-ru-na drives
?>ut every phase of catarrh.
? Mrs. Eliza Wikc, No. U'o Iron Street,
Akron, ?'., writes:
" I would ho in my pravo now if
it had not L en for your God-sent
remedy, Pe-ru-nat I was a broken*
dow n woman, now I nni well."
Genuine
arter's
:*r> 6-'
Must Bear Signatures of
Sco Pac-Slmlle Wrapper liclow.
Very oraaU and an o.?j-y
to tcio as sagax*
Aanvirn^nlFOR HEADACHE.
UAH! U%b FOR DiiriKESS.
FOR BILIOUSNESS,
f Go TORPID LIVES.
FOR CONSTIPATIOn.
FCH SALLOW SKIM.
F03 YUECO.YiPf.EXIOM
OEStmni uuiTr
if cists 13>'-r<?y V?fretaKc./^V'f *{':-? ?-^
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
to uml '2't eeatf.stdra(Mores.ormslledosM.
* prlc-f l.T WINKKI.MANS ?Sfc DHOWS
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
SCHEDULR TN* EFFECT JUNE 25, 1S33.
LEAVE NORFOLK D Ai LY.
t:iQ a. m.?For Richmond. Washington,
Lyacbliuii; and tile West.
4:55 p. m.?Vesllbuled Limited Tor Rich"
monj iiiiil Washington. Stop!
only at Suffolk Waverljfe sad
Petersburg.
7.25 p. m. ? Kcr Petersburg*. Lynchburg,
the Wert and Southwest.
Trains arrive at Norfolk daily 0:50 u. m..
11:23 a. in. and 10 ?0 p. m.
Tlcketa ir.d nil information at station
and 10 Orauby street.
W. B. nKVILU
General I'jssentcr Aftnt.
?^m. SOUTHERN
<?V RY.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINTS
SOUTH.
SOUTHEAST.
and SOUTHWEST.
effective march 12. ism.
l.v. Norfolk .I ?.C0 a ml S.35 p 111
Ar. Ralilgh .I 3.60 p nil 2i>'J a m
Ar. Durham .j 4:?3 p ml 3.10 a in
Ar. Greensboro .| 0 ;;j i> ml .">.li a in
Ar. Salisbury .I 7.50 i> in, o u a in
AshtTlllo .|1I:I0 a m; Z:2i p m
At. U.i Springs .I 1:3? a m| 1:67 p m
Ar. Knoxv.lle .I 4.15 a m| 1.20 p m
Ar. Chattanooga .. ..j 7:40 a m|ll:3S t> ni
Ar Na?hvtlla .! O.? i< m| C:ie u nj
Ar. Charlotte .; S 35 p m| 7.65 n m
Ar. Abanu .I i:10 u ni| 3:55 u
Ar Montgomery .. ..110*31 a ml S20 p m
Ar. Mobile .I 1:45 p m; 1:0] a m
Ar. New Orleans .I l:ln p m] 7.10 a m
Ar J'.'.rmltipliaui .|lt:20 m :n;i0;M> p rn
Ar Memphis .I 9:20 p ni| 7:t; a m
Ar. Columbia .I 1.37 a mill 25 n ni
Ar. Augusta . * 'jo a ml i.t."? p m
Ar. Savannah .I 6.60 a in; 3.1 *> p m
Ar. Jackaonvlllo .1 5.16 a ir| 7.40 p m
Ar. 'J'am;-a. .| 5.50 p mt 7:40 a in
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars.
For nil Information apply at
Hl.? Ticlicl Unlcr, Until mill Ginnbj
NIrrela, 'rboim list.
Baggage called for nnd checked from
hotels and residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company on orders left a,', ticket of?
fice.
PRANK S. GANNON.
Sd v President and Gen'1 Mgr.
J. M. CUI.P. W. A. TURK.
Trafllc Mr. Gcn'l Fr.ss Aft.
Washington, D. <".
W H. POLL. Pass. Act.. Norfolk. Va.
0 i U. i
Th? new and powerful Iron palace
steamers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK vr.ll leave
dally ?3 follows:
NORTH-BOUND.
Leave Portsmouth, fool of
North street . ?5.00 p. m
Leave Norfolk, * foot of Water
>atrect . 5.45 p. ni.
Lo.iv? Old Point Comfort.. O.i? p m
Arrive In Washington. 7.00
Arrive in Philadelphia, renn.
R. R.?"10 5? a. in.
Arrive In Philadelphia; it. & O.
It R.??11.00 a. ni.
Arrive in New York, renn.
!! Ft."MS P. m.
Arrive In New York, B. * O.
lt. R."1 25 p. m.
BOUTH-BOIIND.
Leave New York. Penn. lt. R, ?!2.50 p. m.
Leave New York. it. O.
R. It. "1-00 p. m
Leave Philadelphia, 1'onn. 11.
K. '3.12 p. ra.
l.-avr Philadelphia. B. & O.
i It B."3.07 p. m.
Arrive In Washington, Ponn.
It. it. 'CIO p. m.
Arrive in Washington. B. .t O.
it. i:. ??coo p. m.
Leave Washington.?r,.::o p. m.
Vrrlvo ?'ld Point Comfort- 7.("> a. m.
Arrivo la Norfolk. 8.00 a. m.
Arrive in Portsmouth. t w a. m.
?Dally.
??Dally except Sunday.
Tickets on snle nt It. St O. ticket office
N. & c. o::;ro. ni W. T. Walke's und
company's office on wharf.
for further Information apply
D. j. CALLAHAN.
Telephone 441. Agont
CITE DU LE ELIZABETH RIVERAND
ft HAMPTON ItOADS KERRY CO.
Effective june 20th. Steamer cri v
OP CHESTER," Running between Nor?
folk. Pinnor's Point and West Norfolk,
i ... vt Southern Railway's wharf,
foot of Jackson street, Norfolk: touching
at Atlantic Coast IV.ne and Southern Rall
wav's wharf, rime r's Point and landing
at A. and 1> Ry. wharf, West Norfolk.
LEAVE NORFOLK?C:30 a. ih? '7:1.*, a
m., !S:3'? a. in.. 9:S0 a. m. (A. & D.); 10:M
a in., 112:00 m., 1:80 p. in.. !2:30 p. in.,
4:00 i>. m.. 5:50 p. n: . 'S:35 p. m. (So. P.v.j.
ARRIVE PINNER'S POINT?0:45 a. in.,
7:.v. a. in., *:!.-, a. in.. 10:15 a. in.. 12:1", p. ni.
1:45 p. in . 2:15 p ni.. 4:15 i>. in., 6:00 p. m.j
!>:."??) p, m.
ARRIVE WEST NORFOLK?7:00 a. in.,
9:00 a. m., 9:50 a. ni. 11:00 a. ni . 12:30 p. m.,
2-i0 p in 3*00 p. in.. 4:30, C:15 p. in.
LEAVE W EST nop l'<"> LK -- 7 in) a. rn..
19:00 a. m., 10:00 a. in. 11:00 a. m., 11:00 p.
m.. 2:00 p; in.. 13:00 p. in.. 4:55 p. m. (A. &
11.). 0:15 p. in.
ARRIVE PINNER'S POINT?7:13 a. m.,
?3:05 a. ni. (So, Ky i. !'.:.". a. rn . 1" 15 a. m.,
11:15 a. in.. 1:15 p m., 2:1". p. in . 3:15 p. m.,
5:10 i> in., 6:30 p. in.. ?>:.?; p. m.
ARRIVE NORFOLK 7:30 a. m.. 8:20 a
in.. 9:30 a. m.. 10:30 a. in.. 11:30 a. ni., 1:30
p. in., 2:80 p. m? 3:30 p in , 5.20 p. in., U:t5
]>. m.. 9:05 p.m.
?Dally?All other trips daily execept Sun?
day
[Freight cirrled on these trip? only.
G. M. SERPBLL, President.
F. B. PASTY. Vice President.
J. A. C. ORONER. 8ec. and Tre.is.
A
TT.ANTIC &. DANVILLE RAILWAY
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 17, ISM.
TRAIN No. 1?Dally. ?Lcavt.s Norfolk
from wharf foot of Mathcws street at
9 ., l Te... West Norlolk at 10:00 i:. in . for
ii'.V:.'. :'o and intermediate points, uiuving
at Danville at 5:35 p. m.
TRAIN No. 3?Daily?Leaves Norfolk
7 40 p in.: West Norfolk. .s.k> p. m., ar?
rive at Law:-neeville 11.32 p. m.. arriving
ol Danville at 5:52 o'clock a. m., excr,,:
Monday. To I*awrcncevillo only on Bun
; TRAIN No. 4 arrives at Norfolk at 9::o
*TRAIN No. 2 arrlvesjKit Norfolk n: C:jo
p. in. dally.
TRAIN No. 3 connects at Dennlstori
Junction with Norfolk and Western raii
ro-ul for Durham and Intermediate points
TRAINS Nos, 1 and 3 connects at Jef.
fre.ss Juno'.ton and Danville to- all poinus
ei the Southern Railway system.
PULLMAN SLEEPERS between Dan?
ville ami Ashevllle, Atlanta. Jacksonville
Memphis and New Orleans
Tickets on gale and baggage checked at
company's wharf, Norfolk,and at Lnuncr
son A.- Watson's agency, Portsmouth.
Steamer City o* Chester touches at N..
Y. Pi and N. R. It. wharf on outgoltif,'
trips foj- through passengers.
WM Ii. TAYLOR. Traffic Manager.
CI1AS. O. HALVES,
iienerai Man?ger.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
between NORFOLK AND
? ??""'? lhlUi.llH DLrtOrL Kesurl.
?rind?
CURRIT?CK DIVISION.
With steamers forming the
"EAST VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA
LINE."
(formerly rcttlt's North Carolin* Lina
and Bennett's North Carolina Line.)
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 4?i, 1SJ3.
9:00 a. M.
MAIN line?TO VIRGINIA beach
LEAVE NORFOLK.
Dally except Sunday.
7:30 a. m., though express.
(a)9:u0 a. m.. mixed, nukes no stops west
of Thalia.
10.30 a. m., through express.
lt':60 p. in., local express.
3:00 p. m.. through express.
6:: > p. ni? through express.
6:: > V- m.. local express.
7::j p. in., through express.
8unday8.
925 a. m., Io.mI express.
11:15 a. m., ihr? ugh i \prcss.
12.jO p. m , local express.
3:00 p. in . through express.
6:'.o p. m., thion^h express,
7.la p. m., throuith express, makes local
Stops Sunday.
LEAVE VIRGINIA I "EACH.
Daily except Sunoay.
?6:10 a. m.. fast express.
(a)S:lt0 a. m.. fast express.
(a)l l :15 a. m., mixed
2:15 i?. m? through express.
?4:2?) p. in., fast express.
6:3n p. m., through express.
R:30 p. m., through express.
10:20 p. m., through cxprsss.
sundays.
?6:10 a. m., fast express.
10:15 a. m , local exiircss..
2:15 p. in., through express.
?4:2<) p. m.. fast express.
6:30 p. in., through empress.
10:30 p. m . through express.
?Stops only at Oceans, l.ynnhavcn and
Keinpsville.
<a) Makes no stops west of Thal'a.
Through express trams mako the trip In
23 minutes
Fast express In 30 minutes.
Local express in ;!."? minutes.
cprrituck division,
leave norfolk, va.
Datly except Sunday?10:00 a. in., mixed
5:00 p. m? local express.
LEAVE MUNDEN point. va.
Dally except Sunday?7:10 a. ni.. mixed;
1:00 p. m.. local express.
ah Btoamcr.1 other than Currlturk
Sound steamers arrive and depart fjrom
pier No. 1 (adjoining Clyde Line) Water
str-el Norfolk, Va.
Trains stop only on signal at Interme?
diate stations to tako on or put off pas?
sengers.
W. P. ASHBURN.
Gen. Fri. and Pass. Agt_
?. P. HOLLAND.
Supei tntendent.
\TORFOLK A OCEAN VIEW RAIL
.iX WAY COMPANY.
QUICK AND FREQUENT SERVICE
BKTW ISEN.
NORFOLK OCEAN VIEW. OLD POINT
HAMPTON AND NEWPORT NEWS
Take the Ocean View Route for Old
Point, connecting With the C. <fc O. and
Trolley Lines for Newport News and In?
termediate towns.
a MAMA m
6:001
Schedule tak
1 lmr. effect
Jun? 11,
ILM).
L'l d'y CXSu.nL
Mil d'y ex ijiin|
7:30] S.0O' S^rt Local dullyi
9:00, Q:30'l0:u0|l>ecal
10:30 utoo 11:301 Local " l'l
P M p M l* M I!
12-??12:?0 LOO;Local " ,1
12:30, t (Express " i
11:00 1:25] 2.00 old i"t
?i:30| I lExpress
:2:0o; 2:25i 3:0p|tlld l' l
?2 SO I [Express
13:00 3:2.">i 4:fX> Old l"l
?3:3m I [Express
?A:'K> 4:2:,, 5:00 old l' l
?4:30 I lExpress
:.'..?>"?' t:25; 6:00 old l"t
?r.:;;o| i lExpress
?6:00 6:2.'. 7:00 Old P't
?6:30 I lExpress
17:00 1:25] 8:00 old P't
?7::o I Express
!r:00 8:25! 9:00Old l"t
?S:3(i i [Express
!9:00 9:2V-Ocean V.
?9:S0 I Express
110:00 io:2.",;-Ocean V.
A M AM A M
saw! b-.su
7:.r.o| 8.2.11 X:;.0
9:20 9:53 10:25
10:50111:25 11:50
P M P M P M
12:20112:561 1:20
I I
1:20 2:001 2:20
I
2:20, 3.00, 3:20
3:2?! 4:00, 4:20
I I
4:20| &:00i 5:20
D:2?| 6:00j 6:20
C:20j 7:00; 7:20
7:20* S:0O| S:20
I
S:20| 9.00' 9:20
I
? Ocean View only.
! 1st Section Old Point Express. 2nd Sec?
tion Ocean View Local.
S Leaves at 10:17. on Sunday.
Local freight leaves Norfolk 7:00 a. m..
11 :<?.' a. m. and :"> p. m.
Freight received until fifteen minutes
before leaving tune.
Faro for the round trip to Ocean View.
30c.
Fare for the, round trip to Old Point
from any part of Norfolk. BOc. Old Point
tickets on salo by all street car conduc?
tors.
FOR RICHMOND, PETERSBURG,
CLAREMONT, OLD POINT,
NEWPORT NEWS AND JAMES RIVER
LANDINGS DIRECT BY
DAYLIGHT.
Virginia Navigation Company's Elegant
Sal ion Steamer pot 'A 11 ON T A S leave<
Clyde wharf. Norfolk, every TUESDAY.
THURSDAY nnd SATURDAY at '< a in.,
touching at Portsmouth, Newport News
and Old Point going and returning, nr
rlvlng at Richmond about r> p. in., con?
necting With all evening trains.
Fare to Richmond, " So.
To Richmond and return, J2 to.
To Richmond, second-, lass, 1! ?>>.
Tickets much cheaper than any other
re :;.- to Richmond, Petersburg, Waverly
llleksford and stations on Atlantic and
Danville railroad and all points via Rich?
mond.
Tickets for File nt ti-ket agencies Ol
Walke & Son. II. Brandt, and on board
steamer.
Freight received dally (Sunday except?
ed) for all above named points.
JAMES W. M'CARRICK,
Agent.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
BAY l_l INJ E.
COMiTClCCI.'.'O MONDAY. Ala. ?. im
L?. Portsmouth. High atreet.13.23 p ra
Lv. Norfolk. Main atreot.!6:00 p in
Lv Old Point, liygeia. Pier.11:00 p m
Ar. Baltimore. Union Dock. 7:00 a m
NORTHBOUND
I p. r. a | b. * O,
Lv Baltimore .I 7:45 a in;'. 7:55 ? tn
Ar. Philadelphia, .10:15 a in 910:1? ? m
Ar. New York .|'12:4J p m', !li.Ji n a
P
SOUTHBOUND
R. R l II. ft O.
Lv New York .I !2:!0 p ml 1:00 p m
Lr. Philadelphia .| '4:41 p ml !3 07 p :n
At. Bait. Canton _1 !7 <X) j> tnl 15:1? p in
Lv. Baltimore, Light street .6:30 p m
l,v Baltimore. Canton ,. 7:10 p in
Lv Old Point . 6:15 a m
Ar. Norfolk .4 .7.00 a rn
Ar. Portsmouth . 8.JO a m
?^Val.y except Sunday. ??Dally.
Tickets Bold to a'.I points North. Eist
ond West and baggage checked to Oestl
nation. Staterooms reserved upon appn.
citlon in r.erson at the company's ofneo.
No. 77 West Main street, or on board
?te* mer.
l-re gti' wilt not be received after ? p.
m to go forward that day.
For further Information apply to
KEY COMPTON.
General Agent.
3. Vf. brown, Jr.,
Scutbtra Pa?s?7g?t Af ?st.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
?Sieil] ca.'s Ute
FOR NEW YORK.?Pas
ft-iiccr ships are appointed
to sali dally (except Sunday)
at 7:30 p. in.
FROM NEW YORK.?Qn
Monday, Tuesday, Wednea-|
day. Thursday and Friday
at 3:00 p. ni., Baturdaya at
4:00
PASSENGER A< !COM MODATION3
UNSURPASSED.
Fare? including meals an t stateroom
berth .* S.? j
Round trip ?limited to SO days . 13.00
For tickets and reservation of state-[
rooms apply at t.-k.-t ottlce, 199 Main
street, or at general ottlce, at wharf.
Ships leave Old Point for Norfolk Sun?
day about 1'? a. m.
TIME SCHEDULE OP STEAMERS
Hamilton Reads, Mobjack, Luray. Acco
mae and Virginia Dare, sailing dally (ex?
cept Sunday) from Company's wharf, Nor?
folk:
FOR OLD POINT-At 0:30 and 11:15 a.
m. 3:4? and 7:10 p. m.: Portsmouth, 0:45
and 10:05 a. in., and 3 05 p. in.: Day Lino
wharf, Not folk, at 7:00 and 11:30 a. at. and
4:00 p. m.
FOR IIAMPTON?at 11:15 a. m and 3 45
and 7:10 p in.; Portsmouth. 10:05 a. m.
and 3.o."> in ; Day Line, at 11:30 a. in.
and 4:00 p. hi.
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FIELD?At ::3o p. in.. Portsmouth, 2:45 p.
m.; Ray Lino. 3:0b p. m.
FOR WARE AND EAST RIVERS-At
6:30 a. m.; Portsmouth, 0:15 a. in . Bay
Line. 7:00 i. m.
F?'R NORTH RIVER - >'a Monday.
\\ ? Incsday and Friday at ? 10 a. hi.:
Portsmouth, ?:43 a. nY; Bay Line, 7:C0
a. in
For. Severn RIVER?On Tue day.
Thursday and Saturday at 6 30 a. hi :
Port-mouth, 6:45 a. in.; Bay Line, 7:001
u. in.
FOR BACK, POQUOS1N AND YORK
RIVER LANDINGS AND CRAP NECK
?on Monday, Wednesday and Frida? at
6:15 a. in.; Portsmouth. 6:30 a. in : Bay
Line, 6:45 a. in. Returning following daj
FOR NANSEMOND RIVER AND SUF
FOLK- At 3:00 p. in.: PortSmouth..3:lO p.
in. Connecting at Suffolk with Suffolk
and Carolina railroad;
Freight for Ware, East. North. Severn.
Back, Poqupsln, York and Nanscmond
River Landings must be prepaid.
All schedules subject to change with?
out notice.
Freight for Washington and Ncwbcrhc,
N. ?'. received at and delivered from
Norfolk and Southern railroad depot
Freight received daily (except Sunday)
until 5:00 p. m.
M, P CROWBLL,
General Agent.
CAPE \ New Yo'k'
U"?.vi5 I and Norfolk
ROUTE V Railroad.
QUICK TIME-LOW KATES.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAY.
BCHEDULE IN EFFECT MOE DAY.
APRIL 15. W.v
LEAVE NORFOLK.
1:43 a. m. datly. except Sunday ?(Parts*
mouth. iIIf.1i street. ..30 a. mi
Arrive at Philadelphia i.<2 p.
m.: New York nt t.:s p. m.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
{ 00 p. m. dally; Portsmouth, High street
o:3i?. Arrive at Philadelphia,
6:10 a. m ; New York. 7.13 u. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK
9 00 a n\. ilnly: Portsmouth, High street
S:10. leaving New York at s i '
p m.: Philadelphia, n.io p. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
7:50 p. m dally, except Sunday (fort?.
mouth. High street. sco p. m.)
leaving New York ut ^.;>0a. m.
Philadelphia. I0:?u a. m.
Clone connection made with all ra'.l and
sound lln-'b t-j anil from Hoston.
Pullman Sleeping <"ar* on night trains
between Jersey City. Philadelphia and
Cape Charles.
Pullman BufTct Parl'-T Cir?onday trains
betw.en Philadelphia ami Cnpa Charles,
Through tickets sold and baggage
checked at Walke's Agency, under At
lantlo Hotel, nt Passenger Station at the
Wharf and On StClltni r,
It. R COOKE,
General Tassencer and Freight Agent.
DIRECT ROUTE.
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
For Boston?Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays at 6:00 p. m. _
FOR PROVIDENCE. -
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur?
day at 6:00 P. m
FAKES TO BOSTON AND PROVI?
DENCE.
First-class. Including meals and
stateroom berth .Ill oo
Steerage. Including meals and bunk...ft>.oo
Perishable freight sent via Providence
forwarded i>y early train to Boston and
at th? same rate as by d.ro.t atealners to
Boston
For further Information apply to
It. II WRIGHT, Agent Norfolk, Va.
A. D STEEKINS. Asst Trafltc Mgr.
W. P. TURNER. Ceti. Pass. Ag-nt.
J. C. WHITNEY. Traffic Manager.
General Offices, Baltimore, Md.
(WZ
?51
to***
Atlanta. New Orloan?. Allgasta, Macon,
Chatta-noogn, Nuslivllle. Memphis, Florida,
'tu-.Hs, California and the nnijrr ?'??titti?.
I? Effect Dee. 11, ra i No. n. ', No. io?.
Lv Norfolk ....i ""i ?i a m' *" "i p m
" Portsmouth S.A L.' 0:10 a ml *:45 p rn
Ar. Suffolk ... " I ?:'?) n ml S:16 p m
" I ftilsion .. .N.C.f per. p m|.
?? WeP'on .. .S.A.L.I 11 :M a m 11:10 p'm
" Henderson .. " i 1:50 p ml |J 54 a m
?? Raleigh ... " I 3:31 p ml : :1< a m
?? Southern Pines " ! C:53 p ml a -n
?? Wilmington .. " I.i 1? 05 p m
?? Charlotte .. " :*;" rs p ml 7 v> a ,?
?? M'l-iMa C.N&L. !tl:5S a ml <::' pm
" Augu'-n .C *W C 110:50 a m ?4:5S p rn
?? Athens .. ..S.A.LI '3:45 a ml 1 15 p m
" Atlantx (Ce.Ttme)l 6 20 a ni' 1:50 p m
- Maro-? .. C.of Oa.l u 10 a ml 7::o p rn
?* Jacksonville P'antl 7:56 p ml 3:45 a rn
?? Tamp* .. . Plant! K:00 a ml r if. r> rn
" Moitgom'y W.ofA! to 31 a mi S co p m
?? Mobile .. ..L.i-N.j 3:50 p ml 1:05 a m
New Orleans . " fio p m t io a m
" r"ha:'r )oga WftAI 1 00 p rn JMS n m
?? Nnshvitl* NCAStL 6!55 p in! ; n> D m
" Memphis Kcmari 7:30 p m| i.i? a m
? Pn?v. !D.i"r. er. Sunday.
Connections at New Orleans with South.
#rn PaclflO and Texas & Paring tallways
f r all points la Texas, Mexico *and Call
r?No.*l05? Arrive Portsmouth dally 7 33
* No 33?Arrive Portsmouth dally 5;?
P- m' J. W. BROWN-, jr?
Pass r Agt . 133 Main st Norfolk. V?
MURRAY* FORBES.
Trav Pass'r Agt.. Portsmouth. "Va
E. ST. JOHN. Vies President and :?snerai
Manager.
V E afeBEE, General Superintendent.
iL W. B, GLOVER. L S. ALLEN.
Trkfllc Manager. Genl Pass'r Agt.
PorWDQOUlh. J/s. , _
TRAVEUB^JIDj^
^4Rfe ChesapeaKB
^ &OhioRy?l
FOE RICHMOND,WASHINGTON,VIR?
GINIA SPRINGS and MOUNTAIN RE?
SORTS. CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS, ,tc.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 22. 1S39,
WE ST HO UND. \l 5 | i |
saw p
4:39 i>
.6:00 p
Lv. Portsmouth .i 6:30 a|
Lv. Norfolk .: t:...i a
l.v. Newport News..' S.'.Oa
Ar. Richmond .? I0U0a|
Lv. R'd .tR.F.&P.).P12a? ti TuiTo
Ar.Washt'n (ltl'M ? '-?!, |U:20p
Lv. Rd (Main line).. | M'\W ?fs?i p-?:30 n
Ar. Cbarlotteavllle ... lusp ?.4t! 2i3u,
Ar. gtauntOli .I 3:2> f' 7?Tg p 4; 2 a
Ar. Clifton Force.? 5:45 p 8:57 | 6:28 a
Ar. ya. Hot Springs... i.Mp 7:25
Ar. White Sulphur....| 6:26 p| ?:2S p| 7:06 a
Ar. Roiiooverta .i ?:>. p 9:50 p 7.25 a
Ar. Cincinnati ...,v... T.?a, 6:15 p
Ar. Loulsvillo .i Iii:*? a S.00 p
Ar. Chicago .1 ) 5 30 p 7:15 a
Ar. St. Louia .| | 6:96 p, 7:30 a
? Dally except Sunday. Other ?rnc^tT?iTv"
Noa. l & 5?Dally Norfolk to Richmond:
cxci pt Sunday west of Richmond Parlor
Car. except Sunday, from Old Point to
Ronceverte, without change. Connects at
Richmond with Jame:; River Division
tram lor Lynchburg, Lexington and Clif?
ton torso. Connects at Gordon.svlllo lor
Ualvcrton and Manassas.
No l*?DAILY,with Pullmans. Richmond
to Cincinnati, Louisville and St i^w.s.
-No. 3- DAILY. Pullmans. Old Point to
nintoii, Cincinnati and Louisville.
Meals served In Dining Cars on Nos.
and .t of Qoidonsville.
C. A- " STEAMER LOUISE leaves Nor
.OIK tor Newport News at 7 a. in., ?:2j a.
'?? v 1 ?? 50 p. in. Leaves Newport New*
for Norfolk a. m . U:16 a. at. and 6:09
p. in. A: nves Norfolk 9:15 a m.. i2;;j
noon and 7:03 p. ni.
For further Information apply to
f. V- u'"'LcOX. Ticket Agent, or
e. \\ ctitii. pa,irni;cr Agent.
' : V'v ? Ticket Office. Atlantic Hotel.
Norfolk. Va.
JOHN D. FOTT8.
_-**?!. deneral Pasionger Ajeal
A. Co L
COAST
USr.
(>orTol!i .V i nnuinn R*llros<i.i
_IN EFFECT JUNE 4th. 1S33.
i 1 .No. 1JJ.
Blallona. 1 No. O. )l> l y ex.
,_ I Dally. I Sunday.
Lt. Norfolk .I 3 ,i>o a mTi:20 p ~rZ
Lv. j'oris June.( ?:J2 a ui| 2:42 p in
Ar. Softr.k. Va.tlO.uO a in, 1:17 p m
A:, lunis, N. C.liUuw a uii 4:15 p in
Ar. ILbgond. N. C.112:00 III ] j.Ai p in
Ar. Tarboro. N. C_il2.il t> mi 6:u0 t> m
Ar._Rocky Mount. N C.I 13 oO p in; >;:J? p tu
Ar. Wlthanaslon, N C. i.i 6:55 ura
Ar Plymouth. N. C.,.| 7:40 pm
Ar. Washington, N. C...|.| 7:30pin
Ai. Klmion. N. C. .. ..|.I 7:5? pin
Ar. Wilson. N. C.1 2:15 p inj 7:10 p m
Ar. Cdsuoro. N. C ...| 3:21 p ml 7:50 p n?
Ar Wilmington, N. C.| 5:60 P :n| 9:HI a n?
Ar. Puycttevlilc, N. C...| 4 i> in, Lois a in
Ar. Flotence. o. C.j 7:25 p in, 3:15 a in
Ar. Charleston, S. c.110:50 i? in, li:la a rn
Ar. Coline....... S. C.|10;2?J p inllltOO a in
Ar. A u&u31 a. ' i,t .I 7:65 mini i .ii ? m
Ar. Atlanta, Ha. .. *....112.15 p in; 1.2 35 p m
Ar. Macon. On.Ill .15 a in.11:15 u la
Ar. Savannah", Un.1*3:00 a ml 9:00 a m
Ar. Jacksonville. Fla....| 8:45 a inj 1:3o p m
No <> .t.i rr connect* wll* a.c.u irale
2J for a'! tu hits Siiuth.
No. I03,datiy,accept Sunday, makes close
bounectloii at Hrbsood for Waahliiguo.
N. C, Kins'.' n. N. c. and Plymouth. 1.
c und all llMtern Carolina points; alio
at lioi ky Mo-.i.c wilt. A. c L. IraJa *i to*
all points tiouth.
No. 163, dally, except Sunday, makes
rlos-i cotmtotion at Ahcnkl?" for Windsor,
N C , ana stations on W. oi P. R, it.
Trains uridva at Norfolk nt 1:61 |. in.
daily. a.:.v ut 10:25 a. m.a dally, except
is'indiy.
No. 4? runs through without ctance
? Noi (oik to Wilmington.
I lUgguge ehe, Led *l (.'ompany'l Ncrfo.S
Wharf, und alsu at oflbe of pan m.;?
und Ticket agi-nc 171 Mala (Uni i ipp*.
?11? Atlantic Motel).
For llckala to all points South, alaiplirfl
car reaerv.itlon.* and general ir.foi oiati .a
coil en or address.
J. A. NBUGEnAUE.lt,
rauni;, ? - and Tb'kel ntiil,
JAMES F. MAUPL'1.
General Forwarding Agtat,
II. M. EMERSON. Gen. Pass Agcuu
U M B ERP ELL, c.en Manager.
T M EMEIlSiiN. '. lafiie Manager
?t & tniivi s. R. B?.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT AUG. 2Sth. MM
MAIL AN DENPRKSS LEAVES .v, it
FOLK DAILY (except Sunday) 10 a.m. Or
Eli a both UUyv liiilenton, Mackey's Ferry,
Roper, P?nteito, Uehhaven. Etc. Li i
is at EdeiltOtl with N. ?'i S. R. U,
.....amor as follows: Daily (except Sun
davt for Plymouth, Joinesvllle, William,
ston and Windsor. TUESDAY, THUltS
D Ai j and SATURDAY for all landings I :i
Clio wan river, and MONDAY and ER!
DAY lor ScuppcrilOllg river. Connects ut
Uctlhavcn with Old Dominien steamers
for Maklcyvllle, south Creek, Aurora,
Washington and Intermediate landings.
Connects at Elisabeth City MONDAY
with steamer for Roimoko Island, tirien
t.il and Ncwbernc, N. i'.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK at t.H> p in. TUESDAY. THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Elisabeth City.
Edcnton and way stations. Connects at
Elizabeth City with steamer THURSDAY
AND SATURDAY foi Roanoko L-laud,
Oriental and Newberne, N. C.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY Oxcopt
Sunduy) at 4:25 p. in. and morning train
at I! ;l m. TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY, connecting With all rail and
mi lines at Norfolk for the North.
East and West. Passenger station at foot
of East Main street. Norfolk and West?
ern depot. Freight station on Water
street.
EASTERN ca in ?LINA DISPATCH
FA8T FREIGHT LINE AND OLD DO?
MINION LINE b twcetl all points North
ami East mi Norfolk and Norfolk and
Southern Railroad and Eastern North
Carolina.
Freight received daily at .? p. m. and
forwarded promptly at low rate.
For further Information apply to the
General Olllce of the N. & S. It. R. Co.,
Noitolk, Va.
It. C. HUDOINS,
General Frclghl aad Passenger Agent.
M. K. KIN"-.. General Manager.
CLYDIV.-; P.IvlULAR LINE STEAM?
SHIP.- FOR PHILADELPHIA
ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM NOR
POLE TO PHILADELPHIA.
Until further .notice steamers are an.
pointed 10 sail fror* Norfolk every MON?
DAY. WEDNESDAY und SATURDAY at
; o'clock p. tn . and from Philadelphia
evry TUESDAY. THURSDAY" and SAT
1 rhroutfh bills of lading to all points
South and Southwest \:.i Seaboard Air
Line Atlantic Claat Line. Virginia and
Tennessee vr Line. Southern Railway
Norfolk ai 1 Carolina and Norfolk aiij
Southern Railroads.
JAMES W. McCARRICK.
General Southern Agent Norfolk. Va.
WILLIAM P. CLYDE ft CO..
Qeneral Agents, i'hlladelphla.
irwins express co
?218Water St., Ftiona 6.Either Phoni
We haul anything to and from any?
where in the three cities.
special facilities tor hauUiux flatea
Bollers. Furniture and Plaruis.
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