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THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS C?piTM^
HEARD IN THE G1TY OF RALEIGH . ~~ . . Hudson, One of the Winston Mur? der Suspects, Confesses. HIS MOTHER'S APPEA! Sixty I honanml Itollnrv In Vmircll' Mint? Bouila Buroort - Rnl.l. . Money For inntliir Wow l'ntt? Ifllll (nlli,iK 1.1 Convicts to IIa eat Htule Farm l rop.( '. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Raleigh, N.' C, Sept. 15.?A sped: from Wlneton says: Thomas Hudson one of the three men who were com mltted to jail yesterday, charged wiu being responsible (or the death of Mi' X>. Binkley, of Tadkln county, sent fu, a lawyer to-day, saying tie, wished t> make a confession. Solicitor Grlfllt) Went to the Jail, when Hudson told th> whole story. He said Thomas Ree? Bhot Binkley: that they engaged In ti fight, when Binkley threw one hand l< his hip pocket, whereupon Reed flrcc and Binkley fell. They did not stoj to see how bad he was Bhot. Hudsoi Bays they were all drinking. He ad? mitted he made a mistake by not tell? ing tho whole story on the witness stand yesterday. In showing a ,lettei from his mother, the prisoner wcut. She told the son to tell the truth as to [the murder. J Hudson said to the solicitor he wished Sto turn State's evidence and asked to be flrelcased, but this is not probable, as he us the most Important witness. An pfllcor said to-d' y that when arrested pc had over 5180; Bob Cobbler about 816. Hudson had very little money. It Its known that Binkley had as much as I<1, If not more, when he was shot. $60.000 BURNED, j The Council of State yesterday | burned up $<i0,000?In cancelled North [Carolina bonds. It is the custom to jnect once a yenr and run over the rec? ords of the Treasurer of State showing '. vhnt old bonds -have been taken up Sind replaced with new, under the scale Ixod by law. The record being np jroved, the $60.000 of old bonds wer? >urncd In the presence of the Council. ANOTHER MILL.. Already $75,000 has been subscribed :o the cotton mill to be built nt. tho Tails of Neuse. It Is drslred. however, 0 begin operation with $100,000 of ca'pl al. This could have been secured long igo but for the preference of the pro notcrs for local capital rather than lutslde cnpltal. CALLING IN CONVICTS. The State prison Is sending out enn 'Icts to harvest the crons at the State 1'arms and Is calling In men from the allronds for the purpose. On yester ay thirty-two men were sent out from ore on a special car over the Seaboard, 'hey go to the Halifax farms to pick otton, which Is opening rapidly. From he rnllroad work at Aberdeen slxty ilno convicts have been removed and hlrty-flve will be .sent to the Anson arm and thirty-four to the Roanoke arms. Mr. Arendell stated that one undred men will be sent from Ashpole. trherc they have hern engaged In rnll oad work, to the Navnssa rice farmp ^> harvest the rice which Is beginning Bripen. The rlee crops are very fine Is year and It will require one hun 1 fced and twenty-five men three week? !x> harvest them.. I B LIT A fit I II (ITT. I _ ilNDERGOING REPAIRS?PERSON? AL MENTION. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pilot.) Elizabeth City. Vo., Sept. 15.?Mr. Ohn L. Sawyer and Mr. Tom Jones left estsrday -for New York city to pur hase their fall stock of dry goods. } The government supply boat Is on eott's marine railway undergoing re airs. I lMrs. Maggie Blunt will open her !lbo.ol at her home on Monday next. Miss Julian C. Sawyer left yesterday ir Haterstown, Md., where she will ttend college. Mr. Emlle Kruger Is confined to his pom In the Albemarle House on ac ount .of sickness. Mr. Wm. Morse Is erecting a nice >sldence on the corner of Church and yer streets. The comer room of the Albemarle j ouse Is being fitted up for a grgocery ore. When completed It will be oc l lpled by Mr. W. Stevens, j The Lowry bulldlr on the corner of iolndexter and Mali street3 Is under? ling a new coat of paint, j Yesterday morning before Mayor Wll 1 In Mr. Ed. Alexander was bound over I the, Superior Court under $100 bond lr resisting an officer and carrying a J mcealcd weapon. ? Miss Wilma Sawyer, who has been in I orfolk for several weeks visiting rel? ives and friends, has returned home. I DKVrosj. (Special to Virglnian-Pllot.) ! Edenton, N. C, Sept. 15.?Rev. Geo. ;. Cowan, pastor of Macedonia Church, '. Ill commence a series of meetings ! ere Monday. 1 Chief of Police Roberson visited Nor ' Ik yesterday on business. I Th6re has been au'te a change In the pather this week, causing fire to feel 'imfortable morvinge and ev-?r.Ings. j Rev. Joslah Elliott Is co: dueling a I'eetlng at Center ITU) this week. 1 Quite a number of our aport loving ntlemen are forming a party to si jnd the yacht races at New York the st part of October. Mter .?pendi'ng several days h?re w'fh ;ends Mrs. Hlllle Holmes returned to pswell to-day. W. A..Leggett, of Hobgood, N. C. Is ending a few days here with hie iend,*<Mr Wooten. Hon.;'Thos. G. Skinner, of Hertford, jld Hein. C. F. Warren, of Washington, lie In town to-day on professional bus ,2SH. H KRTI'ltR ft. (BpeMal to Virginian-Pilot.) ?ertfOTd. N. C, Sept. 15.?The East .rollna Company Is progressing rap ;y_wlth Its work of connecting the jiln Iriislnr-s places of the town with 2 Office by means of the telephone item. jdr. Henry Macht returns home to >rrowf pur young men and ladles are leav t dally'; for college. If.;:./- ' Gold Dust cleans ' everything about the bouse better, with half the effort, in half the time and at half the cost of soap or any other cleanser. Orn-l for fr?* tnokltt?" Ooldin Ruin for noutcmork." . THE N. K. FAIRBAKK COMPANY CUcap St. Ulis NewY.rk Beitoa And when you are ready we will put them on your floor 9 i?ini?w *-???'witar bortiu) At a small profit above loom cost. JETS,SI.25 Regular,at 90 Gents. VELVETS, $L(15 Regular, at 75 Cents. BRUSSELS, 76c. Regular, at 50 Cents. First-class and attractive House? hold Goods ar prices without an. equal in Greater Norfolk. WHITEI1URST& BRO., 283 to 287 CHURCH STREET, Corner HOLT, ? cT- [ h.sa, t ii, tf XORFOLX, VA. GENTLEMEN AND CHILDREN AT COST TO CLOSE THEM OUT Ol JIT PRICE? OJV Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases. DOYLE & SMALL, 002 IVIaiia St, Opposite the Monument. P oooo-oo ooo-o-oa-o-oo o-o-o-ooo Virginia Electric Company, ^-rvo-o-oo -o-o-o-o-o-o- o-oo ooooooo-oo We Won't E^all OiULt ABOUTTHETERMS, Our credit system was designed to ^e a convenience to you and a help to you in buying. We want you 10 make use of it without any hesitation. A little per week or month .is all we ask. and we will arrange terms to suit you. We can easily convince you that our prices are the lowest in town. New Furniture New C^rpri*. We have had gr^at stocks b for?but never, one like this?so complete?so elegant?ah so moderate iti price. W e want you to come in and look around?wh -ther you buy or not. See the new styles in Parloi and Bedroom Suiies. S. e the new Sid boards and China Presses. See t.ie new patterns and colorings in Carpets. Mew Go-Carts and Carriages Beautiful.Patterns. Elegantly Upholstered. ?11 Goods Marked in Plain Figures. ?B. mm BUB WTUiaiEHr Mil 319 and 321 OHTTROH STREET. TRAVELERS' GLIDE. SchecMo in Effoct SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 25. 1S39. LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY. 7AO m. m. ?For Richmond. Washington, I.y.-ichburt and tito West. 4:35 p. m.?Vest'.uulcd Limited tor Rich? mond snd Washington. Slopi only at Suffolk. Waverly and Petersburg. 7 25 p. m. ? For Petersburg. Lyttcnhurg, v the West and Southwest. Trains arrive at Norfolk dally 0:30 a. m., 11:23 a. in. and ln.tu p. m. Tickets and all Information at statins and 1U U ran by street. W. n. BKV1LU Ueusral Pas??nser Aciiat SOUTHERN RY. DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES TO ALL POINTS SOUTH, SOUTi EAST, and SOUTHWEST. EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1. 1SS9. LiY. Norfolk. 9.30 a m *7.40 p in Ar. Sutlelk .10.40 a m ?.?b p m Ar. Empurla .12.43 p in 11.23 p m Ar Lawrencevlllo . .. 1.2? p ni 12.3U a m Ar. Baydton . 2.4? p m 2.35 a in Ar. Jttppess . 3.00 p ru 3.00 a ni Ar. Buffalo Lilthla.?3.55 p m Ar. Daltvlllo . 5.35 p m_6.52 a_m L.V.-Norfolk . 9.'00 a' hi 8.35 p m Ar. Raleigh . 3.50 p m 2.0!) a m Ar. Durham . 4.43 p m 3.10 a m Ar. Greensboro . 6.35 p m 6.15 a in Lv. Danville K. 6.03 p m Lv. Greensboro . 7.24 p m 6.31 a m Ar. Salisbury . 8.39 p m 6.41 a m Ar. Chariot to . lO.Ou p m_7.55 a m Lv. Salisbury . S.50~p"m 9.05 a m Ar. Ashavlllo . 11.10 a m 2.25 p m Ar. Hot Springs . 1.29 a m 3.57 p m Ar. Knoxville . 4.15 a m 7.20 p m Ar Chattanooga. 7.40 a m 11.35 p m Ar. Nashville . 6.55 p m 6.40 a m Lv. Chattanooga . 8.00 a th Ar. Memphis . 7.10 p m_ Lv Charlotte.10.15 p m 9.35 a m Ar. Atlanta . 5.10 a m 3.55 p m Ar. Montgomery.10.31 a m 9.20 p m Ar Mobile . 4.12 p m 3.C6 a m Ar. New Orleans . 8.30 p m 7.40 a m Lv. Atlanta . 6.30 a m 4.1n p m Ar. Birmingham .11.20 a m 10.10 p m Ar. Memphis . 9.30 p m 7.45 a m Lv. Charlotto .10.20 p m S.15 a m Ar. Columbia . 1.37 a m 11.25 a m Ar. Augusta . 8.00 a m 2.45 p m Ar. Savannah . 5.C0 a m 2.57 p m Ar. Jacksonville . 9.00 a m 7.40 p m Ar. Tampa . 5.30 p m 6.30 a m ? Daily except Sunday. i'ii 11 iii ii ii Hnlncn Slopping Cnra. For all Information apply at tlllJT TlOltKl W flier, ISllIU anil Gruuby Nlr??l?, 'I'liourn 1.3. Baggage, called for and checked from hotels and residences by Virginia Trans? fer Company on orders left at ticket of? fice. FRANK S. GANNON. Sd V. President and Gen'l Mgr. J. M. CULP, W. A. TURK. Trufflo Mgr. Gen'l Prsb AgL Washington, D. C. W. H. DOLL. Pass. Agt.. Norfolk. Va. lUlfl The new and powerful tron palace steamers NEWPORT NEWS, WASH? INGTON and NORFOLK will leavo dally as follows: NORTH-BOUND. Leave Portsmouth, foot of North street . V" 00 p. m Leave Norfolk, foot of Water street . 6.45 p. m. Leave Old Point Comfort.. ti.*o p m Arrive In Washington. 7.00 a. m. Arrive In Philadelphia, Penn. R. R.?'lO-Se a. m. Arrive In Philadelphia. B. & O. R R."11.00 a. m. Arrive In New York, Penn. R. R."1.13 p. m. Arrive in New York, B. & O. R. R."1.25 p. m. SOUTH-BOUND. Leave New FRn"" .Rp R" *12 M p' m' R. R.?????? - a...."1.00 p. m Leave Philadelphia, Penn. R. R. '3.12 p. m. Leave Philadelphia, B. & O. R. R."3.07 p. m. Arrive In Washington. Penn. R. R. '6.10 p. m. Arrive in Wash'.rglon, B. & O. K. R.??6.00 p. m. Leave Washington.?<"..30 p. m. Arrive Old Point Comfort.,.. 7.00 a. m. Arrive In Norfolk. 8.00 a. in. Arrive in portsmeulh. 8.30 a. ni. ?Dally. ??Dally, except Sunoay. Tickets on sale at B. & O. ticket office N. & C. office, at W. T. Walke's and company's office on wharf. For further Information apply D. J. CALLAHAN, Telephone 441. .?geilt. SCHEDULE ELIZABETH RIVER AND HAMPTON ROADS FERRY CO. EFFECTIVE JUNE 20TH. STEAMER VOLUNTEER, running between Nor? folk, Pinner's Point and West Norfolk. Landing at Southern Railway's wharf! foot of Jackson street, Norfolk: touching at Atlantic Coast L ne and Southern Rail? way's wharf. Pinner's Point and landing at A; and' D Ry. wharf, West Norfolk LEAVE NOHFOLK-S:30 a. m.. '7;i:> m., !S:30 a. m., ?:30 a. m. (A. & D.>: lO.S? a in., 112:00 m., 1:30 p. m., !2:30 p. m., 4:00 p. m., 5:50 p. m., ?S:35 p. m. (So. Ry.) ARRIVE PINNER'S KOINT-6:l5a in' 7:iS a. m., 8:45 a. in., 10:45 a. m., 12:15 p. ni. l:4o p. ni , 2:45 p m., 4:15 p. m., 6:00 p in." till p. m. i ARRIVF WIST NORFOLK-7:00 a. m fi a. nv. f:f-0a. m., li '? >. in . 12:3) p. m., 1. ) p. m , <r.00 p. m.. . o, 6:i5 p. in i i'aVM WEST v-7:C0 a. m !S:00 i. iri;; I0:0o a. ni . U.C'i 5. m.. !l:00p Bi.. 2-? p. m., !Z:W p. M., 4.^ p. rn. (A IJ.). S:15 ;>. ni. ARRIVE PINNER'S POINT?7:13 a m ?8:?i a. rn. (;'(?. Ry.). <":;?. a. in.. 10:13 a. m ' 11:1* a. rp.. l:li p in.. *:li p. m. 3:io p. m ' 5::o ii ni., e io p. in..' 'Si.'.s p. m. ARRIVE NOR"Oi.K-7:3u a. in 8:20 a m., 'j::o * m . 10 "0 -,. in.. ll:3<> a. in. 1 30 p. m , 2:3j p. m., i:tC p m., 5:2t) p. rh.' 6M5 p. m., ?:u? p.m. ?Daily?All other trips dally oxeeepi Sun? day IFrelght carried on these trips only. G. M SKRPKI.L. President. F. B. DANCY. Vice President. J. A. C. GRONER. Sec. and Treas. OR. ANNA GIF.RING, R?fiistereJ Physlc'ua Private santtarlura of high repute. V?g. etablo compound for female complaint* Jl.OO Lilly Watte Regulative Pills 12 Wives without chil? dren consult ma 1603 E. Baltimore ?t_ BaJlimora. Md. lFAVclFRS" GLIDE. ?and? CURRITUCK DIVISION, With steameia forming the ?EAST VIRGINIA ANU CAROLINA (formerly Pentl's Nvrlh Carolina Una unil Bciineus North Carolina L'he.) SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SEPT 0 ISM MAIN 1JNE-TO VIUU1XIA UBACH ' LEAV13 NORFOLK. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. 7.00 a. m.. Mixed, lo.?o n tn? tnrough repress. 12:50 p. ni.. local expr*i-?. 3:0i) p. ni., thidtiRh eTp.-esa 5.10 p. m., East Express: makes no siop^ west of Thalia. 6.40 p. m.. 'through Express. SUNDAYS. 9:25 a. m., local express. 11:15 a. in., through express. 12:50 p. m , local express. 3:00 p. in, thiGUgh express. E.10 p n>... Fust Express; makes no stop west of Thilla. LEAVE VIRGINIA 11 EACH, r Dally except SunuAy. (a)S:20 a. m.. fast express. 11.60 (i. m. MrUcd. 2:15 p. ni., throuprn express. ?> M:l!> p. ni.. fast expresa, 6.30 p. im., Docal Express. 10.13 p. m., Through Express. SUNDAYS. 10:15 a. in., local express. 2'15 p. in., through express. ?4:20 p. m., fast express. 6.30 p. in.. Local Express. 10.15 p. in., Through Exptrss. ?Stops only at Oceana, L>nuhavcn and Kompsvlllu. Through express trains make the trip In 25 minutes. East express In 30 minutes. Local express In 35 ntinturs. CURRITUCK DIVISION. LEAVE NORFOLK. VA. Dally except Sunday--10:0u a. m.. mixed: 6:00 p. in., local express. LEAVE MUNDEN POINT. VA. Dally except Sunday?7:30 a. m.. mixed; 2:00 p. m., local express. All steamers other than CurrStuck Sound steamers arrive and depart from pier No. 1 (adjoining Clydo Line) Water street Norfolk. Va. Trains stop only on signal at Interme? diate stations to toko on or pel oft pas? sengers. W. P. ASHDURN, Gen. KM. and Pass. Act. B. P. ROLLAND. Superintendent. NORFOLK & OCEAN VIEW WAY COMPANY. RAID QUICK AND FREQUENT SERVICE BETWEEN. NORFOLK. OCEAN VIEW. OLD POINT HAMPTON AND NEWPORT NEWS. Tako the Ocean View Route Tor Old Point, connecting with the C. & O. and Trolley Lines for Newport News and in? termediate towns. 8.00 !l:30 11:00 P M 12:30 AS go A Ml AM 6:001 7:30 0:00 10:30 P M 12:00 12:30; 11:001 ?1:30j !2:0u ?2:30| 13:00 ?3:30 M :00 ?4:30 !5:00 ?,! ?6:30| 17:00 ?7:S6| !S:00l ??:30| !0:00| 9:2: ?9:30| 110:00110:25 Schedule tak? ing effect June 11, 1893. 3:25) 4:25| 7:251 I 8:25| A Ml -|L'I d'y exSun |Md d'y ex Sun S:30| Local dally l0:00|Local 11:30| Locai P M 1:00| Local IExpress Old P't Express Old P't Express 4:00jOld P't lExpress 6:00IOKl P't (Express 6:00|Old P't I Express 7:00|Old P't lExpress 8:00 Old P't (Express 0:00iOld P't lExpress i|-lOcrim V, lExpi C3? -[Ovean V. 36 A M|AM IA M 6.55 ,S:00( 9.-55 11:25 P Ml , 7:50 9:20 I 10:50 P M jl2:20 |' l:S0f 2:oo |' 2:20l' S:00| 3:201 4:00 Um 8:30 8:60 10:25 11:50 P M 1:?J 2:20 5:20 6:20 I-110:00:10:20 I I I I-11:00)11:20 ? Ocean View only. ! 1st Section Old Point Express. 2nd Sec? tion Ocean View Local. S Leaves nt 10:15 on Sundny. Local freight leaves Norfolk 7:00 a. m.. 11:00 a-, m. and 6 p. m. Freight received until fifteen minutes before leaving time. Faro for the round trip to Ocean Vtew, V>c. Fare for the round trip to Old Point from any part of Norfolk. 60c Old Point tickets on salo by all street car conduc? tors, i f OR RICHMOND. CLAREMONT, PETERSBURG, OLD POINT, NEWPORT NEWS AND .TAMES RIVER LAXDINGS DIRI5CT BY DAYLIGHT. Virginia Navigation Company's Elegant Sal-.on Steamer POCAllONTAS leaves Clvde wharf, Norfolk, every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY at 7 a. m., touching et Portsmouth. Newport Newa and Old Point going and returning, ar? riving ut R.chmond about 5 p. m? con? necting with all evening trail.s. Kare to Richmond, II SO. To Richmond and return, J2.50. "' To Richmond, aeebnd-elaaa, $l.tt>. Tickets much cheaper than any other route to Richmond. 1'ctersbure;, Wavcrly Hieksford and stations on Atlantic and Danville railroad and all points via Rich niond. Tickets for sala at tlrkct agencies of Walke & Son. H. Urandt, and on board steamer. Freight received dally (Sunday except? ed) for all above named points. JAMES W. M'CARRICK, Agent. BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO say uirsiss. U.U.\t>AV. At, a S. ISDJ L? Po lanvw h. Il'sh ?tierl.!4.21 p m I.V Norf Ii ?B Hi ?trtet.!6:U0 p m l.v Old Poll?! tlygca I'lel.!>:'J0 p m Ar. I5?i::tnc>ir. l/ninti I.'v-tt. 7:00 a ;n NORTHBOUND Lv llBl?.:ni'id . . Ar Philadelphia .. Ar. Not? Yoik - i i' Ii 11 I U .'z o. !,41 A mil 7 :ii a in ,j*W:tl J ln|!IO:l4 a in . Ii p in: 113:33 n'n SOUTH?6T?XD I P. R. K. I 11. 4 U. Lv sTf York .! p m| 1 :oo p rn Lv Philadelphia .I :<:?' V ??, !?:07 p in Ai Bail. Canton ....1 '.7:00 p ml !i:10 p m Lv. naltlmore, Light street .6:30 p m caniuo . 7:10 p m 6:15 a in 7:00 a m 1:30 a ia Lv Ualtii??i?. canion . 7:1 Lv' Old Point . 6:15 a m Ar. Norfolk ... ... At. Portamoutn _ ??Dally except Sunday. '?Dally. Ticket? aold lo ?1! points North. East ?nd West end t.acaiS? checked to d>a>,. nrtloD. Staterooms reserved upon app'u. -*ilon in parson ?I the company's oriice No 77 Weal Main street, or on bo?r.j *lp".?Kh? will uot ho received, after 4 n ? l0 Bo fo. ward Ihxt day. ** For luruior information apply to K9 . , ? ? KEY COMPTON Oeneral Agent. J. W nROWN. Jr Southern fuM-u-er Av?nt. TRAVSLEir SUiOEV OJflouiJjJsj'iiji!) WM FOR NEW TORK.?Fas se-ngor ships are appointed to salt daily (except Sunday) at 7:00 p. m. FROM NEW TORK.?Oii Monday. Tuesday, Wednes? day, Thursday - and Fr.day at 3:00 p. in., Saturdays at 4:W p. m. FASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS UNSURPASSED. Fa:e, 'ncludlng meals and stateroom berth .n...5 8.00 Kounu trip (limited to 30 days . 13.00 For tickets and rcservutlon ot state? rooms apply at tlckr.t oilicc, lti9 Main street, or at general office, at whart. Ships leave Old Point for Norfolk Sun? day about 10 a. m. TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS Hampton Reads, Mobjack, Luray. Acco mac and Virginia Dare, sailing da'ly (ex? cept Sunday) from Company's whaif, Nor? folk: FOR OLD POINT?At 6:20 and 11:15 a. m. 3:45 end 7:10 p. ni.: Porlsmo'ith, 6:45 and it.03 a. m., and 3 03 p. ill.: Bay Una wharf. Norfolk, at 7.IX) and 11.SO a. in. and 4:00 p. rn. FOR HAMPTON?at 11:16 a. m. and 3:45 and 7:10 p m.; Portsmouth.' 10:05 a. m. 'ind 3:05 p. m ; Buy Line, at 11 30 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH FIELD?* t 2:30 p. m.: Portsmouth. 2.45 p. ?n.: Bay Line, 3.00 p. m. FOR WARE AND EAST RIVERS?At 6:3'.% a. m.: Portsmouth. 6:45 a. m.; Bay Line. 7:00 ?. nv FOR NORTH RIVER ? On Monday. Wednesday and Friday 'at 6:30 a. in : Portsmouth, 6.43 a rn.; Bay L.lne. 7.00 a. m. FOR SEVERN RIVER?On Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 6-39 a. m : Portsmouth, 6:45 a. ni.; Bay Line, 7;00 a. m. FOR RACK. POQUOSIN AND TORK RIVER LANDINGS AND CRAB NECK ?On Monday. Wednesday and Frldav ai-l R:15 a. m.: Portsmouth, 6:30 a. m.: naflH Line. 6:45 a. in. Returning following dayffl FOR NANSEMOND RIVER AND SUF FOLK?At 3:00 p. m.: Portsmouth. 3:" . m. Connect'ng at Suffolk with Su..oik and Carolina railroad. Frcisht lor Ware. East North, Severn. Rack, Potiuosln, York rind Nansemond River Landings must he prepaid. All schedules subject to change with out notice. Freight for Washington and Newberne, 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. General Agent. CfiPE \ New York? CHARLESl ROUTE V Railroad. QUICK TIME-LOW RATES. TWO TRAINS EACH WAY. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MOHDAY. APRIL 25. 1W8. LEAVE NORFOLK. 7:45 a. m. dally, except Sunday-(Parts. rxvotitn. High htreel, 7:30 a. m.) Arrive at Philadelphia 5.41 p. in.; Now Tork at J:1S p. m. LEAVE NORFOLK. 6'00 D. in. dally; Portsmouth, High street. 6.50. Arrive at Philadelphia. 6:10 a. m.; New York. 7:42 a. m. ARRIVE AT NORFOLK. ??00 ? m. dally: Portsmouth. High street, 9:10. leaving New York at S:00 n m.: Philadelphia, 11:10 p. m. ARRIVE AT NORF?LIC T:60 p. m. dally, except Sunday (Ports? mouth. High atreel. 8:00 p. m.) leaving New York at 8:00 a. no.; Philadelphia. 10:? a. m. Clone connection mndo with all rail and sound lines to and from Boston. Pullman Sleeping Cars on night trains between Jersey City. Philadelphia and Caps Charles. Pullman UufTet Parl'-r Carsonday trains between Philadelphia and Cape Charles. Tli-ough tickets sold and baggage checked at Walke'? Agency, under At lunilu Hotel, at Passenger Station at the Wharf and on steamer. R. R. COOKB, General Passenger 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 nt 6 00 p. m FARES TO BOSTON AND PROVI? DENCE. First-class. Including meals and stateroom berth .111.00 Steerage Including meals and bunk...$9.00 Perlshrible freight sent via Providenco forwarded by early train to Boston and at the. same rate as by direct steamers to Boston. For further Information apply to R. H WRIGHT. Agent. Norfolk. Va. A. D STIC Bit INS, Ass't Traffic M'gr. W. P. TURNER. Gen. Pass. Agent. J. C. WHITNEY. Traffic Manager. General Offices. Baltimore, Md. mm? Atlanta, Neir Orlnnn*. Augnata, Huron, ChnltanongH, Naaltville. Memphis, Florida, t-XHB, California and the g?tlr? South. ? In Effect De?. 11. 1899.1 No. 41. | No. 40? I/o . Norfolk . Portsmouth 8.A.L SuffolV .. . " I ?-v'?tnn .. NX. v\ ?Mo'ii .. .3.A.L it.-r..?.r.on " P-.'--Vi " .e..vtli-rn Pines " V llintngton .. " I IM;nr'njte ** V rnltimhirt f V.M. i ,\.i?ta ,'C *W O! , . .. ? A.LI \ - ? , fi-e T/'m?)l ?I ... o- of On.' >>. ?- . it v|ll? Piantl T-. ?.(.-, runt! itrom'y W.ofA . ..L.AN.I Orle.ms . " Chat'n "r.i WrtAi Nashville Nr.<-st!J Memphis KCM&RI ?3:01t n 9:70 a 9:50 a 1 :0S P ll-<0 a 1:M) p S "l p 8:5S p ?ni p m ml *:I5 p rn m! 1:18 p m Mo; ?ln:"S p !11:S8 a 110:30 a ??:43 a n 11 TO a 7:?s p ye>1 n 1?:31 a 3:8? p 8:10 p l:eo p 6:55 p 7:30 p m' V :"i ml 12 M ni ?:)? mi i:r\ ..j 1?:0S 7:5? 4:15 ml H:3S ml m ml m 7:Jn 8:45 <??/:. 9-.y> S:OS 7:1? !:1fi T:0o 4:00 P m a rn a m a rn p m i m p m p in p m p m P m a m p m p m a m a m a m a m a m Connections at New Orleans with South? ern Pacific and Texas & Pacific railways for r.H points IA Texas. Mexico and Ceil. ,0No*4?2? Arrive Portsmouth dally 7;?? *"*io' i*? Arrive Portsmouthdally p> m' i. W. BROWN, Jr., Vass'r AgL. I^ Norfou.^ Va. Trav. Pa.?i"r- Agt.. Portsmouth^Va B. ST. JOHN. Vice President and General Manager. V. E McBEE. General Superintendent. H. W. B. GL?VER. L S. ALLEN, Traffic Manager. Qen'l Paas'r Ayl Po.i.mmilh. V?. FOR RICHMONb;WASBii,v, GIN IA. SFRINGS and MOUNTAINS SORTS. CINCINNATI.- LOUISVlf CHICAGO. ST. LOUJS;&c. SCllKKULB IN EFFECTiSEPT WESTBOUND. , ,ff I - Lv. Portsmouth Lv. Norfolk Lv. Newport News At\_K:ebu>ond UiVii' Lv. R'd (ATanTjUneJ^ Ar. Chariouesvtlle ...I Ar. htiiunton'i;;... ? I Ar. Clifton Forge. Ar- Y* .Hot Springs" Ar. White Sulphur... Ar. Koncevverro " Ar. Cincinnati <?'??*"-*' Ar. LoUsvtlle " Ar. Chicago ."'? Ar. SU Louis . "" No>*,,.y3unday. Other^rae~dl[l%l cnfton vXl Sun?._y. from old Point??! for "?s S?S^:1' ^i^s^?" obnos nr^^"^-^t7^^*!^: ft* Norfolk ?:,."; LeaXf3i Newport NeiJ. p m A,i5.,:1? a: m-. U:16 a, na. and 0:05 "con an-d'^p _?rM* 9:15 * m" ^ n.?^^9?ncrVu5nuVH0teL: . ... ? JOHN D. POTT8. Asst. q?n?r?J Pwenger Agent. **? V<? JLm Wae. (ftorroifc ?* nwroitwa h?iVroi?rt.i _. IN EFFECT JUNEJth, 1S99. k Station?. 3:17 p in Ar: 5X*6^; k-c:::::k:$ * - Ar. Tarboro. N." C...?ilJ*;il n m Ar. R.cky Mount, N.C |ia':iO p ? WllllarastOB 4:1? p ta i.ii p to 6: (AI p m S 6:35 p oj : ?- I.??! ?:? P ? Ar. Washington. N. a..\.."^;V.| W6 p Ar. Khmon. N. C. .. ..(.|' 7;? p Ar. Wilson. N. c. Ar. Golaboro. N. C. Ar. Wilmington. N. < 3-l? P in 7:10 p ru 3:21 p in 7:60 p ra o:aO p m U:I0 a ta Ar. Fayeltevllle, N. C...I 4:23 p ml l:os a to Ar. Florence, a. C. 7:2? p in| 3:16 a n Ar. CMrlestou. S. C.[10:50 p m|-6:leu ro Ar. Calurn..... 1 .|to:2>> p mlllVw .v ra ? Ar. Augusta. Da .j 7:35 ami 7:55 u is Ar. Atlant?, IIa.12:35 p In 12:35 p a ' Ar^Macoo. ni..lllili a m[ll:lS a no Ar. Savannah. Ga.i 8:00 a ml 3:0>j a ra ' Ar. Jacksonville, Fla_| 8:15 a m| 1:30 p ra No. O dal'.y connects with' A.C.U-'? trat? U for oi tats 'South. No. iM.daily.a-.copt Sunday, makes close, tonnectlon at 9??a:ood for Washing-tic N. C. Klnaton. N. C. and Plymouth. *. ' C, and all EuKrn. Carolina point*; also'... at Rocky Mou.-.r with A. C. L trat? *4 tat... all point* fa'outh. No. 103. dally, except Suaday. nu kea cloas conct'Ctlori at Ahcwki? for WlndaJr, ' N. C, and Elxllens on W. & P. R, R.>. ??..->? Trains arrlvo at Norfolk al |. on. dally, aiao at 10:25 a. ra.. dally, except B-u.diy. / No. ii runs through erUcou'i ciaoca ' Norfolk to Wilmington. Hisjuc? checked at Cornpany'o NerfoTH ?haif, und also al ofllco of Pasa uukai and Tickst ascot 171 Main st.-?rol l>>cns> alt* Allanlla llotel). For tlckata to all points Bouth, alaiplug car reservations and generai tnroruialtui ' call on or address. J. A. NEUUEBAUE.B, raasenaer and Ticket ?? f it. JAMES F. MAUP1N. Oeneral Forvrardlnsj Agtnt. R. M. EMERSON. Oes. Paas Ag?at> Q. m. BDltl'ELL den. llsnatar. . T. al EUKRSON. Trnftlo Manager. ftHiUin i). H. Co. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT AUG. 2Sth. 1699. MAIL AN DEXPRESS LEAVES NOR? FOLK DAILY (except ?unday) l? a.m. lor Elisabeth City, Edenton, Mackey'a Ferry. Roper, Pantego. UelthAven. Etc. ? .Con-* '1 nects At Latniuft wlth'N. & S. R.~r; steamer as follows: Dally (except - Sun-.-. day) for Plymouth. Jaraeavllle. Wllllam ston add Windsor. TUESDAY, THUR3 DAL and SATURDAY for all landings o? Chowan river, and MONDAY and FRI- ? DAY for Scuppernong river. . Connects at' ' Bellhaven with Old Dominion, steamers for Makleyville. South Creek, . Aurora, Washington and Intermediate landings. Connects at Elizabeth Cty, MONDAY with steamer for Roanoke Island, Orien? tal and Newberne, N. C. EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR? FOLK at 4:10 p. m. TUESDAY, THURSix,, DAY and SATURDAY for Elizabeth City. Edenton and way stations. Connects at Ellzibeth City with steamer THURSDAY^ AND SATURDAY for Roanoko Island, ? : Oriental and Newberne, N. C. ARRIVE AT NORFOLK. MAIL AND EXPRESS DALLY (except Sunday) at 4:25 p. m.. and morning train - at 11 a. m. TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY, connecting with all rail arid ' steam lines at Norfolk for the .North.'-. East and West. Passenger station, at foot : of East Main street, Norfolk and West- 1 err. dopot. Freight station, on Water ? street. 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 : Carolin*. Freight received dally at o p,1 mi and" forwardad promptly at low rate. For further Information apply to th*> General Office of the N.. & 3. R, R. Co. Norfolk, V?, H..C. HUDGIN9, General Freight and Passenger AgeaLv M. K. KING. Goneral Manager. C^l LYDE'S REGULAR LINE STHAM? J SHIPS FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM ^NOR? FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA: ; Until further notice s'-eninera Aro ?.->. pointed to sail fro.-? Noi folk every MOsLi DAY. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY *^ 6 o'clock p. m^ and from Phlladalnhlst* every TUESDAY, THURSDAY = XSd'SA?P URDAY. . v a??~ Through tllla of lading to all nolnt? South and Southwest via Seaboard", At* \ Line, Atlantlo Ciast Line, VirsjlnTa and Tennessee Air Line. Southern RallWaV: Norfolk and CarolinaYafcd NorfQtk^andV Southern Railroads. . i. ?? i ? JAMES W. McCARRXCK. General Southern Agent, Norfolk. Vs. v WILLIAM P. CWl^^fS S _General Agants. Philadelphia.. IRWINS EXPRESS CO 2|8Water 5t.t Phon?.e.EHbar Phsai,: ?