THE NEWS ER?Al^THE OLD NORTH ST^TE AND'fl^?^lf?
x-Congressman Settle Will Sup?
port Constitutional Amendment.
HE GIVES HIS REASONS
la Not in Sjmimihj Witli Republican
liogr Rollins ln IDia State?Clerk
Forinno't Xroublea BliiUlply?A
CoI<I?Blnodoil CrlrolniU? Tbo Crop?
?McUnlPs U?n Warrants Sult-Sol
IIemeut by Sheriff.
Raleigh, N. C, Aug. 31?Ex-Con?
gressman Thomas Settle, of Greens?
boro, who Is prominently mentioned as
Republican candidate for Governor, an?
nounced to-day that ho will advocate
and vote for the carrying out of the
'?t 1s the solution of a difficult prob?
lem," sold he, "and Us adoption will
mean the best wisdom for North Caro?
lina. .In national politics I am a Re?
publican, pure and simple, but I have
no sympathy with the political log?
rolling now In vogue among Republi?
cans in this State. Many Republican
friends urge mo to stand for nomina?
tion for Governor or Congressman, but
I could not conscientiously run on the
ticket of any party that has opposition
to the amendment as the basis of its
FORTUNE'S TROUBLES MULTIPLY
It now looks as if J. B. Fortune, the
clerk of the United States District
Court, will lose his place. Report says
that one of the strongest complaints
brought against him to have him oust?
ed from his office is his failure to pay
More than a year ago J. G. Ball, of
this city, got judgment against him for
$200. Execution was Issued, but the
sheriff found no property subject to
jlevy tinder said execution in excess of
the exemption allowed by law.
Despite this return of the sheriff there
(have been reports of large fees reeolv
[ed by Fortune from courts and yester?
day Mr. Ball got out what is known as
supplementary proceeds before the
clerk of court. Under this Mr. Fortune
Is summoned to appear before tho
clerk Friday'at, 10 o'clock to give an
'account of his receipts and disburse?
ments?what moneys he has received
and how he has spent it.
This Is done with the view of discov?
ering, If possible, some property that
ihas escaped levy, and is the first pro
jceedlng of the kind In this county for
No criminal so cold-blooded as Jef
erson has ever been seen here. He
tore than confesses his crime; he
[gloats over It. He says he was a ten
t on Barnes' land; that he had trou
le with Barnes all the year; that
nrnes was his only enemy; that over
000 people are glad he killed Barnes;
Ithat Barnes would not buy food for him
knd refused to give his daughters cloth
jfor dresses; that he asked Barnes if
jbe had the cloth, and when Barnes re?
plied "No," said: "Well, I will kill
jyou," and then shot him as he sat 1n
Bis buggy, with two little grand
f aughters bcsldo him. The fact is
Farnes was shot In the back with an
bunco bullet, antf It Is evident that
yefferson ambushed him.
The crop report says that In all the I
entral west counties drought is doing |
ouch damage to late corn and tobacco,
urnlps and early sown oats are not
oming up, sweet potatoes, peas and
lover, are suffering and pastures are
failing rapidly. The temperature has
.veraged nearly C degrees a day above
he normal, with high maximum rec
rds. The condition of cotton has not
aterially changed since las^ week,
hough the amount of Shedding has dl
inlshed. It is opening quite rapidly
nd picking is becoming quite general
n the South. The top crop Is poor and
ros>pects now indicate a short yield,
ate corn continues to be damaged by
rought In the west. Much tobacco was
Sut In the northwest section this week,
nd cures have generally been satis?
factory; curing Is being completed as
fapldly as possible.
(d'CAl/L'S QUO WARRANTO SUIT.
A special from Asheville says Judge
oble last night handed down his de
Islon in the quo warranto suit brought
y R. S. McCall for office of solicitor.
Jle decided that McCall Is entitled to all
f the counties of the old and new
rlmlnal districts. The case will be ap
ealed at once to the Supreme Court,
hlch' meets next week. Glenn and
lanly, attorneys for Mr. Griffith, sollc
tor of Forsyth Criminal District, are
the city, but attorneys 1n Winston
ho have Investigated the question in
olved in this case express the opinion
hat the Supreme Court will overrule
udge Coble's decision In so far as It
Ives the office to McCall In the coun
les of Forsyth, Burke, Caldwell and
IcDowell. Hence very little signifi
fcnee Is attached to Judge Noble's de
Islon as the case would have been tak
n to the Supreme Court for final de
islon, no matter how he decided.
A SHERIFF SETTLES.
The sheriff of Gates county has sel
Jled his taxes for. 1898, paying into the
t?te Treasury $2,C85.12. There are still
bout thirty counties who have not paid
|helr 1898 taxes. Some of the sheriffs
ave not even got their abstracts cor?
ed yet. One sheriff has recently sent
his abstract without one single cor?
ed Item In it.
Col. Armfield, who has been nppolnt
d a major in the Forty-sixth Regi?
ment, United States Volunteers, now
noamped in Massachusetts, has been
rdered to this State on recruiting duty.
jpeAvlll report to Lieutenant Settle, tlie
cruitlng officer In charge in this State.
O RESCUE THE NEUSE?STREET
(Special to Vlrglnlan-Pilot.)
Elizabeth City, N. C, August 31.?
tlr. J. "W. Dawson has closed his Ice
ream and restaurant business.
Vegetable Preparationfor As?
ling the Stomachs audJBavveis of
Opium .Morphine nor Mineral.
Mot Narc otic.
?xyx oTOltfUrSAMUEl r.TC?K?
Anist Se.<t *
(tfrifi-i Stjrv .
Apcrfect Remedy for Constipa?
tion. Sour Storaach.Diarrhoe^t
Worms .Convulsions .Fcverish
ucss and loss of sleep.
Facsimile Signature oC
exact copv or wrappeb.
GENTLEMEN AND CHILDREN
TO CLOSE THEM OUT
OUT PRICES OJM
Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases.
DOYLE & SMALL.
302 Main <St.
Opposite the Monument.
The Rev. P. S. C. Davis, pastor of
Salem Baptist Church, left yesterday
for New Jersey, on a month's vacation.
The Rev. J. W. Davis, of Crozer Theo?
logical Seminary, Chester, Pa., will (ill
his pulpit during his absence. He was
nccompanled as far as Portsmouth by
his wife, who will spend some time
with her son there. 1
* The large dredge. James D. Leary, Is
in port, on her way to the lower sounds
for the purpose of digging out the
Mr. Robert Black has accepted a po?
sition in the dry goods establishment
of Fowler & Co.
air. R. J. Mitchell and wife will leave
tn-dny for Philadelphia and New York,
where Mr. Mitchell will purchase his
Fall stock of dry goods.They will be
accompanied-By~Mr. \V. C. Sawyer.?
Misses Amelia "White and Bessie El?
liott, of Hertford, are in the city, visit?
ing their many friends.
Dr. Joh'.t'Jon left yesterday for Ox?
ford, N. C, on a business trip.
Mr. W. .1. Woodlcy and family, who
have been spending some time at
Mountain Lake Park, Aid..have return?
From the way travelling salesmen
are pouring Into our city it looks like
lots of business is going. on. All of
our merchants seem to be in good
cheer. The only thing that keeps our
city from being the first In the State
is our streets, and we are glad to know
that they will soon be put in good
(Special to Virclnlan-Pllot.)
Edenton, N. C, August 31.?Mr. G. C.
Hnste returned to Norfolk to-day, af?
ter spending a week here with rela?
Mr. John P. Hall ,of Norfolk, Is here
Mrs. S. A. M. Rlghton, of Norfolk,
Is here on a visit to this, her old home.
Mr. Thomas Sawyer is preparing to
open a beef market on .West Broad
Mr. William Shannonhouse. of Hert?
ford, Is here, visiting his sisters, Mrs.
E. S. Norman and Mrs. W., O. Elliott.
Mr. S. B. Harrcll. of Norfolk, Is In our
little city on business.
Mrs. Webb and children leave to-day
for Portsmouth, after spending sever?
al days here with relatives at the Bay
Another of our enterprising citizens
Is contemplating establishing an lec
factory In our town.
Prof. J. C. Klttrell is In Bertie In
the Interest of Ills school.
(Speolal to Virginian-Pilot.)
Halifax, N. C, Aug. 31.?Not to miss
the opportunity and on wedlock intent.
Mr. Alpheus Holt and Aliss Ada Ham.
of Petersburg, Va., arrived in our town
Tuesday on the noon train. The license
was at once procured and the same
popular J. P. WUlcox, whose fame and
name for rapid transit marriages has
spread abroad over Virginia, duly tied
the knot. Our Justice has the "modus
operand!" down to a science and can
readily serve the "seriously inclined"
public at a moment's notice.
Mr. Louis Phillips has returned home
to Portsmouth after quite a pleaeant
?visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gregory.
The Waldorf Hotel Is being overhaul?
ed and renovated.
OPENING OF SEMINARY?ALBE
IIA RLE PRESBYTERY?PER?
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Oxford, N. C, Aug. 31.?The Oxford
Seminary opened yesterday with flat?
tering- prospects. Forty bonrding pupils
have already arrived to attend this
long established deservedly popular
Albemarlc Presbytery will meet In the
Presbyterian Church In this place on
Messrs. Kronhelmcr, who for many
years have been large and prosperous
merchants of Oxford, will leave to-day
fur Dm ham. where they will upcii a Qc
Misses Annie Booth and Nellie Cur
rln have returned home after an ab?
sence of several weeks.
Miss Mary Horner Is at home after
an extended visit to her brother, Bish?
op J. M. Horner.
Misses Mary Bell nnd Fannie Gregory
left yesterday for a trip to many of
the Northern cities.
or Fir ie?; A I'l'OINTED.
SEVERAL NAMED FROM NORTH
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
Washington, D. C, Aug. 31.?The
President to-day made the following
appointments of officers for the volun?
teer service, on recommendation of
Governor Russell, of that State:
To be Captain:
Wm. R. Beavers, late Captain Com?
pany K, First North Carolina Cavalry,
To be First Lieutenante: ,
Alfred V. Brown, late Quartermas?
ter's Sergeant Company B, Second
North Carolina Volunteers, Forty
B. J. Wooten. late Adjutant Second
North Carolina Volunteers, Twenty
John W. Gullck, late First Lieutenant
First North Carolina Volunteers, Forty,
To be Second Lieutenants:
Daniel R. Johnson, late First Lieu?
tenant First North Carolina, Thirty
(Special to Virglnlan-Pilot.)
Hertford, N. C, Aug. 31.?Mr. C. W.
Toms leaves for his home In Durham,
N. C, this afternoon after a short vis
It to relatives and friends In this city,
his former home.
Mr. Prl Lenry, of Edenton, N. C, is
visiting In town.
The East Carolina Lumber Com
r.any's mills resume work next week.
For Over Fifty Years
has been used for children while teeth?
ing. It soothes the child, softens th<
gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic,
regulates the stmach and bowels, and
In the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty
five cents a bottle* Sold by all druggists
throughout Uta w&rl*.
Schedule in Effect
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 25, 1S99.
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
1:40 e? m. ?For Richmond, Washington,
Lynchburg a>nd too WcjL
?;Ji p. m.?Vestlbulcu Limited tor Rich?
mond and Washington. Stop?
only at Suffolk. Wavafly and
7.25 p. m. ? For Petersburg-, ? Lynchburg,
the West and Southwell.
Trains arrive at NJrfollc.dally 9:50 a. m.,
11:23 a. ui. and 10:3 p. 91.
Tickets and all information at atatlos
and 10 Granby street.
W. B. T3EVILU
Centra; Pasbenifer Agent.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL FOlNTi
EFFECTIVE MARCH 12. 1S99.
Lv. MoffoUS .I 9.00 a n>
Ar. Raj-tick ?_.I 3.?') p m
Ar. Durham.:??( -1:43 p m
S.m p m
2.09 a m
3.10 a m
5.15 u in
Ar. SnmYb?ry .| 7.50 p inj 6.40 a m
Ar. Ashevllle .112:10 a ml 2:25 p m
Ar, Rai Springs .I 1:29 a inj 3:57 p in
Ar. Knoxvllle .| 4.15 a m| 7.20 p m
Ar. Chattanooga .. ..I T:4Q a in;! 1:35 p m
Ar. Nashville .| 6:6? p m| 6:10 a m
Ar. Charlotte .| 9.55 p m| 7.55 a nt
Ar. Atlanta .I 5:10 a ml 2:55 o m
Ar. McnlKomory ., ..110:31 a m S:Z0 p m
Ar. Mobile. 5:45 p ml 3:05 a m
Ar. New Orleans .| S:10 p rnj 7:40 a m
Ar. Blrmlneham .111:20 a m|10:00 p m
Ar Memphis .| 0:20 p m| 7:45 a in
Ar. Columbia ...
Ar. Augusta ....
Ar. Savannah ...
Ar. Tam;<a ......
1.37 a m|11.25 a m
8.00 a mi 2.45 p m
5.00 a ml 3.15 p m
5.15 a ii I 7.40 p m
5:50 p m| 7:40 a m
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars.
For all Information apply at
City Ticket I? nice, .11 ii In unit Clrnuby
Streets, 'Phone* 112.
naggage called for and checked from
hotels and residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company on order3 left rt ticket of
FRANK S. GANNON,
Sd V. President and Gon'l Mgr.
J. M. CULP. W. A. TURK.
Traffic Mgr. Gen'l P?.ss Agt.
Washington, D. C.
W. H. DOLL. PasB. Agt.. Norfolk. Va.
The new and powerful Iron palace
steamers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK -will leavo
dally as follows:
Leave Portsmouth, foot of
North street . ?5.00 p. m.
Leave Norfolk, foot of Water
street . 6.45 p. in.
Leave Old Point Comfort.. 6.45 p. m
Arrlvo In Washington. 7.00 e. m.
Arrive In Philadelphia, Penn.
R. R.??10.56 a. m.
Arrive In Philadelphia, B. & O.
R R."11.00 a. m.
Arrlvo In New York, Penn.
R. R."1.13 p. m.
Arrive In New York, B. & O.
R. R.V1.25 p. ni.
Leave New York. Penn. K. ft. ?12.50 p. m.
Leave New York. B. & O.
R. R.?."1.00 p. m.
Leave Philadelphia. Penn. R.
R. '313 ?n.
Leave Philadelphia, B. & O.
R. R."3.07 p. m.
Arrive in Washington, Penn.
R. R.?.??????? ?? '610 p. m.
Arrive in Washlrs-on, B. & O.
R. R."COO p. nv
Leave Washington.?6.30 p. m.
Arrlvo Old Point Comfort.... 7.00 a. m.
Arrive In Norfolk. S.OO u. m.
Arrive In Portsmouth. 8.30 u. m.
??Dally except Sunday.
Tickets on sale at B. & O. ticket office
N. & C. office, at W. T. Walke'B and
comnnny's office on wharf.
For further Inf'orniui loii apply
D. J. CALLAHAN.
Telephone 411. Agent
SCHEDULE ELIZABETH RIVERAND
HAMPTON ROADS FERRY CO.
EFFECTIVE JUNE 20TH. STEAMER
VOLUNTEER, running between Nor?
folk. Pinner's Point and West Norfolk.
I.andlTT^ at Southern Hallway's wharf!
foot of Jackson street, Norfolk; touching'
at Atlantic Coast L'.no and Southern Hall?
way's wharf. Pinner's Point and landing!
at A. and D n>\ wharf, West Norfolk.
LEAVE NORFOLK.?0:30 a. in.. ?7:45 a
nt., !S:30 a. m.. 9:30 a. m. (A. cfc D.); 10:3?
a m., 112:00 m., 1:30 p. m., 12:20 p. in.,
4:00 p. m., 5:50 p. m., *8:35 p. in. (So. Rv.)
ARRIVE PINNER'S POLVT-6:45 a. in.,
7:55 n. m., 8:45 a. m., 10:45 a. in.. 12:18 p. in.
1:45 p. m., 2:45 p m., 4:15 p. in., 6:00 p. ni.'
8:80 p. m.
ARRIVE WEST NORFOLK-7:00 n. m.,
9:00 a. m., 9:.".0a. in.. 11:4? a. ml, 12:30 p. in.,
2:00 p. m , 3:00 p. m., 1:00, 6:18 p. m.
LEAVE WEST NORFOLK?7:00 a. m.,
19:00 a. rn., 10:00 a. m., 11:00 a. in., !l:00p.
m., 2:00 p. m., 13:00 p. m., 4:55 p. in. (A. &
D.), 6:15 p. in.
ARRIVE PINNER'S POINT?7:15 a. m.
?8:05 a. in. (So. Ry.), 9:15 a. m., 10:15 a. m.,
11:15 a. in., 1:15 p. m., 2:15 p. m., 3:15 p. ni.,
5:10 p. m., 6:30 p. m.. 'S:r,5 p. m.
ARRIVE NORFOLK?7:30 a. m., 8:20 n.
m.. 9:30 a. m.. 10:30 a. m.. 11:20 n. m., 1:30 |
p. m., 2:30 p. m., 3:30 p m., 5:20 p. in.,' 6:45
p. m., 9:05 p.m.
?Dally?All other trips dally execept Sun?
IFrcight carried on these trips only.
O. M. SERPELL, President.
F. B. DANCY, Vice President.
J. A. C. GRONER. Sec. evnd Treas.
^TLANTIC & DANVILLE RAILWAY
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 17, 1S99.
TRAIN No. 1?Dally.-Leaves Norfolk
from wharf foot of Mathews street at
9:30 a. m.. West Norfolk at 10:CO a. tn for
Danville and intermediate points, arri'vjne
at Danville o.t 5:35 p. tn.
TRAIN No. 3?Dally?Leaves Norfolk
7:40 P. m.: West Norfolk. 8:10 p. m. B?
rive at Lnwrenceytlle 11:32 p. m.. anivinK
at Danville at o clock a. ni., exccin
Monday. To Lawrenceville only 0n Sun?
TRAIN No. 4 arrives at Norfolk at 9"o
a. m. daily;
TRAIN No. 2 at rives at Norfolk at K:20
p. m. daily.
TRAIN No. 3 ronnects at Dennlstor.
Junction with Norfolk and Western rail
road for Durham and Intermediate points
TRAINS Nos. 1 and 3 connects at Jcf
frcas Juni/lon and Danvills for all points
on the Southern Railway system.
PULLMAN SLEEPERS between Dan?
ville and Asheville, Atlanta, Jacksonville
Memphis and New Orleans.
Tickets on sale and baggage checked at
company's wharf, Norfolk,and at Einmer
son & Watson's agency. Portsmouth.
Steamer City of Chester louchcii at N
Y. P. and N. R. R. wharf on outgo! nj
trios for through passengers.
WM. II. TAYLOR. Traffic Manager
CHAS. O. HAINES.
I: General Monaittr.
With steamers fr-rming the
"EAST VI KU IXIA AND CAROLINA
(formerly Potllt'a North Carolina Line
end Bennett's North Carolina Line.)
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE Uli. im
9:0J A. M.
MAIN LINE?TO VIRGINIA BEACH
Dally except Sunday:
7:30 a. ni., though express.
(a)9:t0 u. rr... mixed, makes no stops west
10.30 n iin.. through csprois.
12:50 p. ni., local express.
3:00 p. in., through express.
5:10 p. in., through express.
6:80 p. m., local-express.
7:45 p. va., through ixncss.
P:25 a. in., local ex pi era.
?11:15 n. in., through express.
VJ:C0 p. m., local express.
3:00 p. in, lluough express.
B:10 p. m., through express.
7:45 p. n?? through express, makes local
LEAVE VIRGINIA REACH.
. Dally except Sunday.
?C:I0 n. m.. fast express.
(n)S:20 a. m? fast express.
(a)U:15 a. ni., mixed.
2:15 p. m., through express.
??1:20 p. in., fast express.
C:30 p. rn.. through express.
S:30 p. ni., through express.
10:30 p. m., through express.
?G:40 a. m., fast express..
10:15 a. ni., local express.
2:15 p. In., through express.
?4:20 p. in., fust express.
G:30 p. m., through express.
10:30 p. m.. through express.
? Stops only at Oceania; Lynnhaven and
(a) MaRcs no stops west of Thalia.
Through express trains muke tho trip In
Fast express In 30 minutes.
Local express in 35 minutes.
LEAVE NORFOLK. VA.
Dally except Sunday?10:00 a. m., mixed;
5:00 p. in., local express.
LEAVE MUNDEN POINT. VA.
Dally except Sunday?7:30 a. ni., mixed;
2:00 p. m., local express.
All steamers other than Currttuck
Sound steamer* arrive and depart from
pier No. 1 (adjoining Clyde Line) Water
street Norfolk. Va.
Trains stop only on signal at Interme?
diate stations to tako on or put oft pas?
W. P. ASHBURN.
Ci ? V. Gen. Fri. and Pass. Agt.
j ' B B. Pi HOLLAND,
H ? ?' Superintendent.
XrORF?LK ?: OCEAN VIEW RAIL
-131 WAY COMPANY.
?iUICK AND FREQUENT SERVICE
NORFOLK. OCEAN VIEW, OLD POINT
HAMPTON AND NEWPORT NEWS.
Take tho Ocean View Routo for Old
Point, connecting with tho C. & O. and
Trolley Lines for Newport News and In?
A Ml Ail
-IL'l d'y cxSun-1 6:iV>
Md d'y exSun| X:U0
8.001 8:30|Local dallyl 7:501 S:25
9:0j 9:30 10:00] Local
10:30 11:00 11:30 Local
P M P M I' Ml
12:00 12:30j 1:00[ Local
12:30 I (Express
11:00 1:25) 2:00!Old P't
!2:00 2:25] 3:00|Old P't
?2:30 ( I Express
!3:00 3:23] 4:00jOld P't
?3:30 I I Express
!4:00 4:25] 5:09jOld P't
?4:30 I Express
!5:00 5:25| 6:001Old P't
?5.:."0 I lExpress
!6:00| 6:25| 7:C0;oid P't
?fr.30 I lExpress
!.7:00 7:25 S:00]oid P't
?7:30 I (Express
!S:00 8:251 9:00;oio I"t
?S:30 ( lExpress
!D:00 9:251-Ocean V.
110:00 10:25|-Ocean V.
P M PM
\ 3:20j 4:00
I t:20f 5:1
' I. J
? Ocean View only.
! 1st Section Old Point Express. 2nd Sec?
tion Ocean View Local.
t Leaves at 10:43 on Sunday. _
Local irelgtu lcave3 NortoiIT7:00 a. m.,
11:00 n. ni. and R p. m.
Freight received until fifteen minutes
bei ore leaving time.
Faro for the round trip to Ocean View.
Fare for tho round trip to Old Point
from any part of Norfolk, ?ac. Old Point
tickets on su!o by all street car conduc?
FOR RICHMOND, PETERSBURG,
CLAREMONT, OlA) POINT.
NEWPORT NEWS AND JAMES RIVER
LANDINGS DIRECT BY
Virginia Navigation Company's Elegant
Saloon Steamer POCAHONTAS leaves
Clvdo wharf, Norfolk, every TUESDAY,
THURSDAY and SATURDAY at 7 a. in.,
touching at Portsmouth. Newport News)
and Old Point gaing and returning, ar?
riving at Richmond about ;", p. m., con?
necting with all evening trains.
Fare to Richmond, }1.50.
To Richmond and return. S2.C0.
To Richmond, second-class. $1.09.
Tickets much cheaper than any other
route to Richmond, Petersburg, Waverly
Hlcksford nnd stations on Atlantic and
Danville railroad and all point* via Rich?
Tickets for Isnlo at ticket agencies of
Walke & Son, II. Brandt, and on board
Freight received dally (Sunday except?
ed) for all above named points.
JAMES W. M'CARRICK,
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
commencing m.ondat. al'q. 8. 1s3s.
L?. Porlsmo-.Uh. Ji!j:h ?treet.!5:25 p m
Lv. Norfolk. Main ?treet.16:00 p in
Lv. Old Point Hyge:a Pier.17:00 p rn
Ar. Baltimore. Union Dock.7:00 a rn
I 1*. It. R. I B. & 0.
Lv. Baltimore ..
Ar. N?w Yoik ..
7:45 n. mj! 7:55 a m
'10:15 a ml'.IO:l6 a in
? 12:43 p m|!lS:35 n'n
I IV IC R. I B~?To7
Lv New York .I !2:'-0 p m) 1:00 p m
Lv. Philadelphia . !4:4'. p ml 13:07 p
Ali Bait. Canton _i !7:00 P ml !5:1Q p
Lv. RaTtliuorc, Light street .Cu.iO p pi
Lv Baltimore. Canton . 7:10 p ni
Lv. Old p.itnt . 6:15 a m
Ar.'.Norfolk .7:00 a ni
Ar. PorUm?Uth .?>?..........;.8:30 a m
'?--DBtiy 'except Sunday. '?Dally.
Tickets sold lo nil points Nonh. East
nnd West end t-ar.t.-iK? checked to dcsit
natlc.r_ Staterooms reserved upon < apt-i;.
cation in ssrson n? the company's ofifce
s;0 77 West Main atreat. or ou uourii
P'te'.fh? wir. not he received aftor 4 n,
to to 6? forward that day.
For turlher information apply to
3. W. BROWN. Jr..
I Southern Pass??ger Ag*nt,
FOR NEW YORK.?Pas?
senger ships are appointed
to sail dally (except Sunday)
at 7:30 p. m.
FROM NEW YORK.?On
Monday, Tuesday, Wednes?
day, Thursday and Friday
at 3:00 p, m., Saturdays at
4:00 p. m.
Fare, including meals and stateroom
berth .* S.O0
Rouno trip (limited to 30 days .13.00
For tickets and reservation of state?
rooms apply at tlckf.t olllce, 199 Main
street, or nt general ofHce. nt wharf.
Ships leavo Old Point for Norfolk Sun
dav about 10 a. ni.
TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS
Hampton Roads, Mobjack. Luray, Acco
mac and Virginia Dare, sailing dally (ex?
cept Sunday) from Company's wharf, Nor?
FOR OLD POINT?At C:30 and 11:10 a.
m. 3:45 and 7:10 p. m.: Portsmouth, 6:45
and 10:05 a. m? and 3:05 p. m.: Bay Line
wharf. Norfolk, nt 7:00 and 11:30 a. m. and
1:00 p. m,
FOR HAMPTON?at 11:15 a. m. and 3:45
and 7:10 p m.; Portsmouth, 10:05 a, m.
and 3:05 p. m;j Bay Line, at 11:30 a. m.
and 4:00 p. tn.
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND .SMIT1I
F1ELD?At 2:30 p. in.; Portsmouth, 2:45 p.
nil.; Hay Line. 3:00 p. m.
I FOR WARE AND EAST RIVERS?At
6:30 a. tn.: Portsmouth, 6:45 a- ni.; Bay
Line. 7:00 a. in.
FOR NORTH RIVER ? On Monday.
Wednesday and Frldny at 6:30 a, m.;
Portsmouth, 6:45 a. m.; Bay Une, 7:00
FOR SEVERN RIVER?On Tucsdny,
Thursday and Saturday nt 6:30 n. m.;
Portsmouth, 6:45 a, m.; Bay Line, 7:00
FOR RACK. POQUOSIN AND YORK
RIVER LANDINGS AND CRAB NECK
?On Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday at
6:15 a. in.; Portsmouth, 6:30 a. m.; Bay
Line, 6:45 a. m. Returning following day.
FOR NANSEMOND RIVER AND SUF?
FOLK?At 3:00 p. ni.: Portsmouth, 3:10 p.
m. Connecting at Suffolk with Suffolk
and Carolina railroad.
Freight for Ware, East North, Severn,
Back. Poquosln, York and Nansemond |
River landings must bo prepaid.
All schedules subject to chango with?
Freight for Washington nnd Newberno.
N. C. received at and delivered from
Norfolk and Southern railroad depot.
Freight received dally (except Sunday)
until 5:00 p. m.
M. B. CROWELL.
CftPE \ New York,
ROUTE \ Railroad.
QUICK TIME ? LOW T.ATE3.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAY. Tr"
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MOHDAY.
APRIL 25. 1838.
7:45 a. m. dally, except Sunday-fPorti
moatu. Rich btr?t. 7:S0 a. m.)
Arrive at Philadelphia 6.41 p.
in.: New York et 8:IS p. m.
6-00 P. m. dally; Portsmouth. High street
fc:30. Arrlvo at Philadelphia.
6:10 a. tn.; N*w York. 7:43 a. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
9 00 e m. dally ; Portsmouth. High street,
9:10. leaving New York at 6:00
p m.: Philadelphia. 11:10 p. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
7:50 p. m. daily, except Bunday (Porte
mouth, High streot. 8:00 p. m.)
leaving New York at 8:00 ?- tn.;
Philadelphia. 10:20 a. m.
Close connection made with all rail and
sound lines to and from Boston.
Pullman Sleeping Cars on night trains
between Jersey City. Philadelphia and
Pullman Buffet Parlor Carsonday tretna
between Philadelphia and Cape Charles.
Through tickets sold and baggage
checked at Walko's Agency, under At
lantlc Hotel, at Passenger Station at tho
Wharf and on steamer.
R. B. COOKEJ.
Genernl Passenger and Freight Agent
?i ? - ' tii iafli u
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
For Boston?Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays at G:00 p. m.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur?
day at 6:00 p. m.
FARES TO BOSTON AND PROVI?
First-clans. Including meals and
stateroom berth .811.00 I
SteeniRe, including meals and bunk...$9.00
Perishablo freight sent via Provldenco [
forwarded by early train to Boston and
at the same rato as by direct steamers to
For further Information apply to
R. H. WRIGHT, Agent. Norfolk. Va.
A. D. STEBIHNS, Ass't Trafllc M'gr.
W. P. TURNER. Gen. Pass. Agent
J. C. Wl I.TNEY, Traffic Manager.
General Offices. Baltimore, lad.
Atl.intn, Now Orleans, Augusta, Ma con,
Chiittutioo^:, Nashville, MoinphU, Florida,
Vav<km, CalH?rnJa_Qnd the oiitiro South. mtm
In Effect Dee. 11, 18J?.| No. 41. I No. 40?.
Lv. Norfolk .t ?9:0* a ml ?S:J0 p m
" Portsmouth S.A.L) 9:20 a ml *:45 p m
Ar. Suffolk ... " I 3:50 a m| 9:16 p m
" I.ewlston .. .N.CI 1:05 p m|.
" Wcli'on .. .S.A.L.I "
LV) a ml 11:10 p rri
S:34 p m
6:58 p m
R.nith'rn 7'ines " I 6:58 p
Wllin'.if-Mon .. " I.
Cr,r,rlr.tto .. " 1*10:25 p
Cnl-imhia C.N?T..|!11:SS a ,..
AnsiKta .C.*.W.C|!IO:SO a m
Athens .. ..S.A.LI ?3:45 a in
" Atlanta (Cf T'mc)| 5 20 a m
" Maeon .. C.of On.) 11:10 a m
" .L-irksonvllle Plant 7:55 p m
8:00 a m
10:31 a m
Memphis KCM&RI 7:30 p m
12:56 a m
2:is n m
4:23 a :n
12:05 p m
7:?.0 a m
4:15 p m
?4:55 p m
1:15 p :n
*:50 p m
7:20 p m
8:45 a m
C:45 p m
9:20 p m
3:05 a nt
7:40 a m
5:15 a m
7:00 & m
4:00 a tn
? Dally. IDally. ?. Sunday.
Connections at New Orleans with South?
ern Pacific ^nd Trxas A- Pacific railways
f.ir nil i-olnts In 'lexas, Mexico and Call
f0No.a402?Arrive Portsmouth' daily 7:25
B'No SS?Arrive Portsmouth dally 6:20
p" n>" J. W. BROWN. Jr.,
Pass'r Agt.. 159 Main a:.. Ncrfc'.K1. Va.
Trav. Pass'r Agt.. Portsmouth, Va
E. ST. JOHN. Vice President and Genernl
V." E. McllEE ? General Superintendent
H. W. R. GL?VER. L. S. ALLEN. -
Tiaflic Manager.; Qen'l Pass'r Ant,
. Portsmouth. Va.
Lv. Portsmouth ...
Lv. Norfolk ....
I.V. Newport News.;!'
Ar. WashVn: (RF&P),
G1NIA SPRINGS and. MO
SORTS. CINCINNATI " it
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. &c ;
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT*5"
Lv. R'd (Main Line)..
Ar. Oharlottcsville ..
Ar. Staun ton ..
Ar. Clifton Forge."""
Ar. Va. Hot Springs"!*
Ar. Koneeverto i..Y
Ar. Cincinnati .....i "
Ar. Louisville .. j""
Ar. Chicago . . ?*"'*?
Ar. St. Louis ...
Ron'eevm?' wUhou^?,, ol*
Richmond with ? .Connect, at
Hlntori n? , *? .?u|lmans?v01cl Paint to
xvl c,Qc'nnati and Loulsvllt? ? -
tor Norfolk Safa m Si^lS&ffi H
r- n?P' Passenger AgeaL
Norf"ut.0VaT,cket 0fflce' A"^"? Hotel,
. . _ JOHN D. POTITJL7 ;
Asst. General Passenger Agset;
^(Worfom * Carolin? BailraaeL?
A. C? L?
IN EFFECT JUNE 4th. laav
Lv. Norfolk .i ? 00 a m
Lv. Ports Juno..;. I... a m
Ar. sun-oik. v.,i53? 1S
Ar. Tunis. N. a....""lio3 S.5
Ar. Hobgood, N. C....j&;00 ?
Ar. Torboro N. C....\U:M p m
Ar. Rocky Mount, N.C.JUM p a
2 ? p *k
8:00 p m
Ar. Wllllamsten. N. C I.i S;6? n
At. Plymouth;' N. C .'* f-S S'Sl
Ar. Washington, N. C...l;.V...V..| 'fSo? ?
Ar. KJb.ton. N. C. .. ..|'....| I?p
Ar. Wilson. N. C
Ar. Golsboro, N. C...
Ar. Wilmington. N. C
3:15 p tn
3:21 p tn
6:60 p to
Ar. Fayetteville, N. C...
Ar. Florence. 0. C.
Ar. Charleston, 8. C.
7:10 p m,
8:40 a 2?
4:2? p m| 1:03am
7:ts p m| 1:1s a m
10:50 p m| 6:1S a ra
Ar. Columbia, ft C.|1?:20 p m|ll:04 a m
Ax. Augusta. Ga .. ....I IM a mi iiSns
Ar. Atlant?, Os,.13 :tt p m 13 3S p m
Ar. Macon. Qa..Illdt a mjlldt a'ay
Ar. Savannah. Ga..'.I 8:00 a ml 5:00 a ts\
Ar. Jacksonville. Fla....| 8:45 a"m| 1:80 p m
No. 4? daily connect* Kl?t A.CIc tral?\
S3 for all ootiit? Sout?.
No. IM,daily,except Sunday, makes cloia
connection nt Uebgood for Waahlngtcev
N. C, Klnaton. N. C. and Plymouth,
C. and all Hastern Carolina points; alM
at Rocky Mount with A. C U train ? fas ,
all points South.
No. 103, daily, except Sunday, make*
close ctnmeoUoa at Ahoskle for Windsor.
N. C. and ataUona on W. & P. R. R.
Train? arrive mt Norfolk at t:St tv m.
dally, also at 10 -JS a. tn., dally, excess
No. 41 runs through without ctan?
Norfolk to Wilmington.
Bagcuge checked at Companys NarfaTH
wharf, and also at office of passing
and Ticket agent 171 Mala street (imSa. '
Site Atlantic Hotel).
For tickets to alt points Boutb. ale-tpUs?
car reaervatlons and general InronnatiiiS
call ca or address.
J. A. NEUQEDA?K3,
..... Passenger and Tlckot agents '
JAMES F. MAUP1N. i 1
General forwarding AgeaC i
H. U. EMERSON. Qen. Pass AgeaC
O. U. BERPELI^ Oen.. ManaKer. ;*
T. U. EUEKSOr/. Tra/flu Manager.
HarrolR & Soatnern B. I Go.'
SCHEDUI^l IN EFFECT AUG. 2Sth, 1S9S.
MAIL AN DEXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK DAILY (except Sunday) 10 a.m. for
Elizabeth City, Edeuton. Mackey's ForryL
Roper, Pantcgo. Bellhaven. EtcT Con
nects at Edenton with N. & S. R. .R.
steamer as follows: Daily (except Sun?
day) for Plymouth, Jamesvllte,' WiHIam
ston and Windsor. TUESDAY, TH?RS
DAL and SATURDAY for air landings or?
Chowan river, and MONDAY and FRI-'
DAY for Scupnernong'river. Conneots at -
Bcllhaven with Old Dominion steamers
for Makleyvllle, South Creek, Aurora.
Washington and Intermediate landings.
Connects at Elizabeth City MONDAY
with steamer for Roanoks Island, Grie-n?
tal and Newberno, N. C.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK at 4:10 p. m. TUESDAY", THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Elisabeth City.
Edenton and way stations. Connects at
Elizabeth City with steamer THURSDAY,'
AND SATURDAY for Roanoke Island,
Oriental and Nowberne, N. C.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (except
Sundav) at 4:25 p. m.. and morning train
nt 11 a. m. TUESDAY, THURSDAY and <
SATURDAY, connecting with all rail and
steam lines at Norfolk for the North
East and West. Passenger station' at foot
of Eatt Main street, Norfolk and .West?
ern depot. Freight station . on Water
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH
FAST FREIGHT LINE AND OLD DO- '
MINION LINE between all points North
and East via Norfolk and Norfolk and
Southern Railroad and Eastern North
Freight received dally at B p. "an. and
forwarded promptly at low rate.
For further Information apply to -tha
General Office of the N. & S. R. R Co
Norfolk. Va. " '"
. . . . H. C. HUDGINS,
General !? relght aod Passenger Agent "
M. K. KING, General Manager.
LYDE'S REGULAR LINE STEAM-''
- SHIPS FOR PHILADELPHIA "
ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM N?Ri
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA
Until further notice stenvnwrs are aoi
pointed to sail fro?\ Norfolk every 'Mi??
DAY. WEDNESDAY and SAT^R^?fi-V
6 o'clock p. m., add from PhlUdelnhiai;
every TUESDAY, THURSDAY^ fctt^
Through hills of lading to ill nolnf?
South and Southwest via Seaboard-'Air'
Line, Atlantic Clast Line. :Virglriia and ?
Tennessee Air Line, Southern RailWayv
Norfolk and .Carolina, and Norfolk-andJ
Southern Railroads. . .
, a JAMES W. McCAP.RlCK.
General Southern AgentNortnlk,- Va, ?
WILLIAM P. .ClVDE'A^Col^'']
General Agents, Philadelphia.
2l8Water St.. Phqn<s^Citliar Pfe^
W? ha-.il anything -.to. and
where in. thif thr?s;rdtl?a -v- -
Sneclal > facUUiss&foT^llis.4
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