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THE NEWS FROM THE OLD NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL"
The Doctors of Tarboro Buncoed
by a Stranger.
THEPLAN OF PROCEDURE
Democratic Etltiors of lboBto.t?? Meet
und Orirnnizo u Democratic Press
Association niul A|>|ioliitDolesntcs
lo tue Nntlounl As?t>clntlon-Ii?
ilnatrinl Advancement Itoporloil
From Scot I null ?cli.
Raleigh. N. C. Oct. IS.?On Monday
o. man by the name of C. B. Mima,
representing n mercantile association
or 60 and 65 Wall street. New York, was
at Tarboro, and did a nice piece of
bunco work. He selects one doctor
from each town, for which the doctor
pays a good fee. The association seems
to be an accident insurance affair, of
which drummers und traveling men arc
members, nnd if any sickness or acci?
dent should overtake one of the mem?
bers in Tarboro, the doctor here would
get the case. It now turnc out that
Mr. Minis secured the cervices 01! two
doctors, H. T. Bass and S. N. llarrell,
upon similar representations.
These doctors say the plan is fraudu?
lent and wisli to advise their brethren
of the profession lo beware. .They
would like to lind out Mr. Minus' where?
abouts as they would at once have him
in the criml:.al courts.
DEMOCRATIC EDITORS ORGANIZE!
The Democratic editor* of the Stat.o
met in the Senate Chamber Vosterday
afternoon at 4 o'clock and organized a
Slate Democratic Press Association.
"Jjhe attendance was not very large, but
included a number of the best editors in
At the preliminary meeting held in
WrlghtsvUtc last summer, two commit?
tees were appointed, one of which Mr.
II. A. London was chairman, to prepare
a constitution and by-laws, and another
of which Mr. R. M. Furman was chair?
man to arrange for the meeting which
was held yesterday.
Mr. London presented the constitu?
tion and by-laws which he had care?
fully prepared, and they were adopted
without change. The following olllcers
President? W. C. DoWd, of the Char?
lotte News, with the following vice
First District?C. L. Abornethy, of
the Beaufort Herald.
Second District? Chas. W. Gold, of
the Wilson Times.
Third District?B. J. Hale, of the
Fourth District?j. A, Thomas, of the
Fifth District?W. H. Thompson, of
the Chapel Hill News.
Sixth District?J. O. Boylin, of the
Wadcsboro Messenger and Intelli?
Seventh District?A. D. Watts, of the
Eighth District?C. R. Hoey, of the
Ninth District?M. L. Shlpman, of the
Secretary and Treasurer, Jas. A.
Robinson, of the Durham Sun.
Orator, R. M. Furman.
H. A. London, of the Chatham Re?
cord; Josephus Daniels, of the Raleigh
News and Observer; W. C. Hammer, of
the Asheboro Courler; R. M. Furman,
of the Morning Post, and D. J. Wich
ard. of the flreenvllle Reflector.
Delegates to the National Editorial
Association?Josephus Daniels, of the
News and Observer, and J. G. Boylin.
of the Wadesboro Messenger a:id Intel?
SCOTLAND NECK IMPROVEMENTS
A letter from Scotland Neck says:
Scotland Neck has never known any?
thing- of a "boom" growth, but the de?
velopment Is observable nearly all the
time. Two very important improve?
ments are now of general Interest to
the town. The first Is the enlargement
of the Scotland Neck Knitting Mills.
New machinery has been purchased,
old machines have been taken out and
the mill Is now equipped m> an up-to
date style In every department. A now
dyeing process Is being put in. It Is
the Dubols process and Is being put in
by Mr. Duhols, of Philadelphia, him
eelf. This will enable tiie mills not only
to do their own dyeing, but they will
do much dyeing for other plants. Su?
perintendent A. McDowell says it will
he one of the most modern mills in the
The second Improvement Is a now
shirt factory. Tt will be operated by
home capital. Machinery is being tent?
ed now. and It is expected that it will
he in operation by the last of Decem?
ber. It will furnish employment to one
hundred and twenty-five operatives.
There is also some talk of an effort
at putting in a cotton mill by next fall.
PRORA RLE SUICIDE.
A young white man, Edward
Straug'han, was killed last night by a
shifting engine in the yards of the.
Seabpard Air Lino. It is not improbable
that It was a deliberate suicide, as
yesterday he said to a bar-keeper that
he wanted a train to cut oft his head,
and that ho intended to get on the
track so ho would be killed that way.
His body was on the outside of the
track, and the wheels passed over his
n?k, almost entirely severing the head.
Mi goes to prove suicide.
A MARRIAGE ? ILL ? CIRCUS ?
Elizabeth City, N. C, Oct. 18.?The
parlors of Mr. B. F. Spence's residence,
ongSouth Road street, were made bril?
liant Tuesday night by n marriage, the
contracting parties being Mr. C. C
Parker and Miss Bertie Hlnton. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr.
Beaman at 9 o'clock.
Mr. John Glover was brought home
last night very 111. At the close of this
report he was gradually Improving.
The John L, Sparks Circus, which ar?
rived here yesterday morning, drew a
large crowd of people from all over the
county, muking things quite lively In
and around town.
The United States Federal Court,
which has been in session here this
week, has adjourned, there being no
business of importance requiring atten?
To-morrow night will occur the dra?
matic entertainment ut the Academy,
when Bertram arid Willurd's play, "The
Midnight Fire," Will be presented. This
entertainment has been pleasantly
looked forward to by those who re?
cently witnessed the play of "Captain
Dick." and it is confidently expected
that as'large an audience will bo pres?
Edenton. N. C. Oct- 18.?Mr. F.
Odend'hal, of Norfolk, was in towii?on
Mr. William M. Bond went over to
Plymouth yesterday on professional
Mr. John E. Bonner Is making some
changes in the appearance of his home,
on Church street.
Mr. Clarence Branning, of Ahoskle,
was here yesterday on business.
The weather has been warm, cloudy
and showery here now for several days.
The children are anxiously awaiting
the arrival of Sparks Circus. This
show has appeared in our little city
once before, giving a clever perform?
ance, and on their return they will no
doubt do a goad business.
RCV. Mr. Willis, County Superinten?
dent of Public Instruction, has been
quite busy now for several days exam?
Prot cm Agniii*! (tunrnudno,
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
Miami. Fin., Oct. 18.?A mass meeting
of citizens was held to-day which re?
solved upon a message td Dr. Porter,
state Health Olllcer, prot< sting against
the quarantine placed upon Miami, and
stating that there had been but one case
of yellow fever here this year, that or
September Uli, and insisting lliat it
wrong dianogsls had ?been made In the
case of Flye, who died the other day.
M is proposed to have the Seaboard
extend its line front Plttsboro' t ? IJ.iw
river, and thence to Greensboro'. An
eventual extension to Winston might
"I hnvg gono 11 day* at a time without a
movement of luo bowel*? not being able to
uoto theni excopt by usln? hot water lujoctlona.
Chronic constipation for seven years placed mo In
this lerrlblo condition; durlijR that llruo 1 dltl 0t
erythluc 1 heard of inn never found any relief; cuoll
wns my enso until l t.-van iimi-.k CASCAUKT8. I
noli have from ouo to three pilwgta a day. nnd If I
was rich I would glvo I100.W for each movement; It
!? such a relief.'" ayi.mpk I,, nrxr.
lftSO Hussell St., Dottoll, .Mich.
Pleasant, Palntnblc. Potent, Tatto Good. Do
Qood, Mover Sicken, Woakcn, or lirlpo. lOe, Kc, Wc.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Bltrllei n.e.dj Ci>Bi>*oy, Cbltico, Xoalrtsl, fist? Tcrk. 9S?
Quickly relieves and permanently cures all
Nervous Troubles, Headache, Dyspepsia, Fe?
male Complaints, Malaria and all types of dis?
ease originating in, or ug(;ravated by a low and
weakened comfit ion of the NtMVoUS SYSTEM,
Pleasant, safe, and always cflieacious.
$1.00 PER BOTTLE. AT ALL DKUli?lSTS.'
BEST BY TESTI
"White Cement Wall Plaster."
Strictly HIGH GRADE Plaareiing ma?
terial for walls and celling. 1,000 TONS
used on the best work In Norfolk and
vlclnltv. Superior in STRENGTH
II A Tt b N S S B, DURABILITY and
FOR SALE BY
12 TO IS PLUME ST.
BEFORE THE WAR,
PLEASE SEND ME A ROAST OF BEEF
SINCE THE WAR,
SEND ME A ROAST OF HOME KILLED BEEF
No danger, we have none but our
own killed Beet', Veal, Lamb and
Pork, Lard, Saussage, etc.
OPEN ALL DAY. BOTH THONES.
J. S. Bell, Jr. &Co.9
Corner Queen and Church Sts.
OLD PHONE 835. NEW PHONE 1010.
For a few days of the celebrated
Everybody invited to call and
see the magnificent growth of
hair of the ladies in attendance
and at the same time secure free
advice as to how to treat the hair
and scalp to obtain best results.
ROBT. F. HOLMES & CO.
186 MAIN STREET,
COBB, BROS. & CO.,
IM MAIN ST.. opposite Atlantic Hotel.
Execute orders In cotton, grain, either
in margin or buy and sell uutrlght.
I'rlvuto wtro to Now York, Chicago and
New Orleans. Correspondence solicited.
Schedule in Effect
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 23, 1S90.
(LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
:40 iL. m.?For Richmond. Washington,
Lynchburg and tbs Woat
4:35 p. m.?Vaallbuled limited tor Rich?
mond and Washing-ton. Slopi
only at Suffolk. Waverly and
7 25 p. m. ? For Petersburg, Lyncbhurg,
the West and Southwest.
Trains arrive at Norfolk dally 9:59 a. ni.,
11:25 a. m. and 10:10 p. m.
Tickets and all Information at atatloa
And 10 Cranby street.
W. B. BEVILL
f.'enernl Pa^enger Agent
W. E. UAZLISWOOD. C. P, A.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINTS
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1. 3S03.
l j.i nvlllo
. S.SO e. m
. 10.40 a in
. 11 21 a in
. S.UG p m
J not. lion 8.30 p in
. 6.35 p m
?.00 it rn
Raleigh. 3.50 i> m
1 lurlia m . 4.43 p in
Greensboro . 0.35 p m
Danville . HQS p m
Greensboro . 7.21 p m
Salisbury . S.;::> p hi
t ? 11 a rl .> ? i e .10.00 p m
Salisbury. S.50 p m
Aslicvlllo .11.10 ti m
Hoi Springs . 1.29 a m
Kuf.xvlilo . 4.15 a iii
Chattanooga. 7.40 a in
NaRlivlllo ..... .... 0.55 p m
" :ha ttanooga . R.00 a in
Mo ji phis .......... 7.10 p m
Charlotte.30.15 p m
Atlanta . B.10 a in
Montgomery.lo.;ti a m
Mobile . 4.12 p m
New Orkans . S.30 p m
Atlanta . &.:?! a m
Birmingham 11.20 a m
Memphis . '.'.30 p m
Clinrlotto . 30.20 p m
Columbia . 1.87 a m
Augusta . S.iV) a :n
Savannah . 6.00 a m
Jncksonvillo . '.'.00 a in
Tampa . 6.30 p in
*7.I0 p in
S.5i> p ill
9.53 p m
3.00 a in
3.21 a 111
6.52 a in
S.55 p in
2.0.1 a in
3.10 ti m
6.15 a ni
6.31 a m
6.41 a ni
7.66 a m
D.06 a in
2.2.) p m
3.57 p in
7.20 p m
11.35 p m
0.10 a m
?Daily except Sunday.
!'n 11 in a 11 Pulnen sleeping C'nrs.
For all information apply at
t ip liebet uilice, IlitlM nuil Ormiby
m !?<?<? is, 'I'hoiie* IIS.
Raggace called for and checked from
hotels and residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company on orders left at ticket of
FRANK P. GANNON,
3?J V. President and Gen"! Msr.
Ij. M. GULP. W. A. TURK.
Traffic Mftr. Gen'l P?.ss AgL
Washington, D. C.
W. H. DOLL. Pass. Agt.. Norfolk. Va.
NEWPORT NEWS AND JAMES RIVER
LANDINGS DIRECT BY
Virginia Navigation Company's Elegant
Saloon Steamer l'OCAHONTAS leaves
Clyde wharf. Norfolk, c%'ery TUESDAY.
THURSDAY artd SATURDAY at 7 a. m
touching at Portsmouth. Newport News
nnd Old l'olnt going and returning, ar?
riving at Richmond about 5 p. m., con
neei'tig with all evening trains.
Pare to Richmond, $1 50.
To Richmond and return, J2\"0.
To Richmond, second-class, Ji.00.
Tickets much cheaper than any other
route to Richmond, Petersburg, Waveriv
Hleksfo-.d and stations on Atlantic and
Danville railroad and all points via Rich?
Tickets for enlo nt ticket agencies of
Walke & Son, II. Brandt, and on hoard
Freight received dally (Sunday except?
ed) for all above named points.
JAMES W. M'CARRICK.
?ST! VIRGINIA BEACH. ??. j
.With steamers forming the
"EAST VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA
(formerly Pottlf? North Carolina Lin*
and Bennett's North Carolina Line.)
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SEPT. 25. ISO?.
MAIN LINE?TO V1HU1NIA BEACH
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
7.00 a. m.. Mixed.
11:30 u. m., local express.
8:00 p. hi., Fust Expross; stops only at
Oceana, Lyimhavcn and Kcmps
6.10 p. in.. Fast Express; makes no
?tops west or Thalia.
10:00 a. m., local express.
3:00 p. m., fast express; stops only at
Oceans, Lynnhavcn ar.d Kemps
6.10 p. in., Fast Express; makes no
stop west of Thalia.
LEAVE VIRGINIA REACH.
Dally except Sunday.
8:"0 a. m., fast express; makes no stops
west of Thalia.
1:30 p. ni.. Mixed.
??1:20 p. in., tust express.
6.30 p. m.. Local Express.
2:00 p. m.. local express.
?4:20 p. m., Tast express.
C.30 p. in.. Local Express.
? Stops only at Oceuna. Lynnhaven and
Through express trains mako tho trip In
Fast express In 30 minutes.
Local express In 35 minutes.
CU RR ITU CK DIVISION.
LEAVE NORFOLK. VA.
Dally except Sunday?10:00 a. in., mixed;
6:00 p. m., local express.
LEAVE MUNDEN POINT. VA.
Dally except Sunday?7:30 a. m.. mixed;
2:00 p. in., local express.
All steamers other than Currltuclt
Sound steamers arrlvo and depart from
pier No. 1 (adjoining C'ydo Line) Water
street Norfolk, Va.
Trains stop only on signal nt interme?
diate stations to take on or put oft pas?
W. P. ASIIBURN,
j fl Gen. FrL and Pass. Agt.
il B. P. HOLLAND,
NORFOLK & OCEAN VIEW. RAIX?
QUICK AND FREQUENT SERVICE
NORFOLK, OCEAN VIEW. OLD POINT
HAMPTON AND NEWPORT NEWS.
T.ilto the Ocean View Route for Old
Point, connecting with the C. & O. and
Trolley Lines tor Nowport News and in?
A MIA MIA Ml
S:00| 8:30]Local dally.
D:15l 9:45!lx>cnl "
P M|P Ml
12:45 Express "
|A M|AMIA M
? 1st Section Old Point Expross, 2nd Sec?
tion Ocean View Local.
Local freight leaves Norfolk 11:00 a. m.
Freight received until fifteen minutes
before leaving time.
Faro for tho round trip to Ocean View,
Faro tor the round trip to Old Point
from any part or Norfolk, 60c. Old Point
tickets on salo by all street car conduc?
Local trains leave Ocean View for Nor?
folk at 12:30, 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, 4:30, 5:30 and
0:30 p. ?n.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
COMMENCING MONDAY. AUG. 3. 1S0S.
Lv. Portsmouth, lllp:h street....13:25 p in
Lv. Norfolk, Main street .16:00 p m
Lv. Old Point. llygoa Pier .!7:00 p m
Ar. Baltimore. Union Dock.7:00 a in
I P. R. R. I II. & O.I
Lv. B iliinijre ...
Ar. New York ...
.| 7:4.1 ami! 7:55 a m I
.1*10:15 a in|!l0:l0 ;i m |
.(?12:12 p ni|112:35 n'n
Lv. New York ....
Lv. Philadelphia .
Ar. Bait,. Canton
I P. R. R. I B. & O.
...| !2:10 p ml 1:00 P n
....1 4:41 p m 13:07 p m I
...| 17:00 p in I 15:10 p m
Lv. Baltimore. Light street .11:30 p in
Lv. Baltimore, Canton .7:10 p in
Lv. Old Point .0:15 a m 1
Ar. Norfolk .7:00 a m
Ar. Portsmouth .8::i0 a in
I^Daily except Sunday. *?Daily.
Tickets sold to all points North, East
and West and baggage checked to desti?
nation. Staterooms reserved upon appli?
cation in person at tho company's, ofllce,
No. 77 West Main street, or on bo.ud !
Freight will not be received nrter 4 p.
m. to go forward that day.
For lurther Information apply to
J. W. BROWN, Jr.,
Southern Passenger Agent.
Tho new and powerful ' Iron palace
steamers NEWPORT NEWS, WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK will leavo
dally as follows:
Leavo Portsmouth, foot of
North street . ?5.00 p. m.
Leave Nortolk, foot of Water
street. 6.45 p. m.
Leave Old Point Comfort.. 6.45 p. m
Arrive In Washington. 7.00 a. m.
Arrive In Philadelphia, Pcnn.
R, R.?'lO GO a. m.
Arrive In Philadelphia, B. & O.
R. R. v.????.*11.00 a. m.
Arrive In New York, Perm.
R. R.??1.13 p. m.
Arrive in New York. B. & O.
R R."1.25 p. m.
r eavo New York, Pcnn. It. R. ?12.50 p. m
Leave. New York. B. & O.
H R.i-."1.00 p. m
Leavo Philadelphia. Pcnn. R.
It . ?3.12 p. m
Leave Philadelphia, B. & O.
Arrive In Washington, Pcnn.
Arrive'hi'Washington. B. & 6'. '.? *?
R. R."C.oo p m.
Leave Washington....... .?c.v.j ,,. ?,
\rrlvo Old Point Comfort.... 7.00 a. ni
Arrive in Norfolk.... S,0o a. rr;
Arrlv* In Portsmouth. S.so a. tn.
??Dally, except Sunday.
Tickets on salo nt B. & O. ticket office
N. & C. ofnee. at W. T. Walke's and
company's office on wharf. \
For further Information apply
D. J. CALLAHAN.
Telephone 44L Ages*.
FOR NEW TORK.-Pas
senger ships nre appointed
to sail from Norfolk dally
at 6:00 p. m.
FROM NEW TOr.K.?On
Monday. Tuesday. Wednes?
day. Thursday and Friday
at 3:C0 p. m., Saturdays at
i:00 p. ni.
Fare, 'ncludlng meals and stateroom
berth .* 8 W)
Rouno trip (limited to 30 days ....... 33.00
For tickets and reservation of state?
rooms apply at ticket olllce, 159 Main
street, or at general olllce, at wliari.
Ships leave Old Point for Norfolk Sun?
day about 10 a. m. __ .
TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS
Hampton Roads. Mobjack, Luray, Acco
mac and Virginia Dare, sailing da.ly (ex?
cept Sunday) from Company's wharf, Nor?
FOR OLD POINT?At 6:30 and ll'.lo a.
in., und 4:13 p. ?n.: Portsmouth. ,*?'-*a
nnd 10.05 a. m.. and 3:05 p. in.: Bay Uno
wharf, Norfolk, at 7:W and 11:30 a. in. and
4:30 n n;.
FOR HAMPTON?at 11:15 a. m. nnd 4:1a
P. in.; Portsmouth 10:05 a. m. and :i:0.>
p. m.j Ray Line wharf at 11:30 a. ni. and
4:30 p. in.
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FIELD?At 2:30 p. m.j Portsmouth. 2:4b p.
m.: Hay Line. 3:00 p. m. _ ,
FOR WARE AND EAST RIVERS?At
G:30 a, m.; Portsmouth, 0:43 a, m.; Lay
Line. 7:00 a. in.
FOR NORTH RIVER ? On Monday.
Wednesday and Friday at 0:30 a. raj
l'ortsmouth, U:43 n. m.; Ray Line, V.OO
FOR SEVERN RIVER?On Tuesday.
Thursday mid Saturday at 0:30 a. i?JJ
Portsmouth, 0:45 a. m.; Lay Lino, ?:W
FOR RACK, POQUOSIN AND YORK
RIVER LANDINGS AND CRAB NECK
?On Monday, Wednesday and Friday lit
C;15 a. ni.: Portsmouth, 0.30 a. in.; Pay
Line, 5:13 a. in. Returning following day.
FOR NANSEMOND RIVER AND SUF?
FOLK?At 3:(h) p. ni.; Portsmouth, 3:1? p.
m. Connecting at .Suffolk with Suffolk
and Carolina railroad.
Freight for Ware, East. North, Severn,
Pack, Poquosin. York and Nanscmond
River Landings must bo prepaid.
All schedules subject to change with?
Freight for Washington nnd Ncwberne,
N. C. received at and delivered from
Norfolk and Southern railroad depot.
Freight received daily (except Sunday)
until 5:00 p. m.
M. B. CROWELL.
QUICK TIME-LOW RATES.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAY.
[SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MOIIDAY,
.APRIL 25. IMS.
T:45 a. ?n. dally, except Sunday? (Porta
mouth. High street. 7:30 a. m.)
Arrive at Philadelphia 6:42 p.
'? m.; New York at S:38 p. m.
6-00 p. m. dally; l'ortsmouth. High street
b:30. Arrive at Philadelphia.
&:10 a. m.; New York. 7:43 a. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
9:00 S. m. dally; Portsmouth. High street,
8:10. leaving Now York at 6:0?
p m.: Philadelphia. 11:10 p. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
7:50 p. m. daily, except Sunday (Ports?
mouth. High street. 8:00 p. in.)
leaving Now York at 8:00 a. m.;
Philadelphia. 10:20 a. m.
Close connection mado with nil rail and
sound lines to and from Boston.
Pullman Sleeping Cars on night train*
between Jersey City, Philadelphia and
Pullman RufTct Parier Carson flay trains
between Philadelphia and Capo Charles.
Through tickets sold and baggago
chocked at Walkc'p Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, at Passenger Station at tho
Wharf and on steamer.
R. P. COOKE.
General Passenger and Freight AgenL
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
For Boston?Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays at 0:00 p. m.
Every Tuesday. Thursday aad Satur?
day at fi:00 p. m.
FARES TO BOSTON AND PROVI?
First-class. Including meals and
stateroom berth./to.oo |
Intermediate. Including meals und
stateroom berth.SS.OO I
Steerage, Including meals and bunk. ?7.oo
Perishable freight sent Via l'rovldenco |
forwarded by early train to Boston and
at the same rate as by direct steamers to
For further Information apply to
R. H. WRIGHT, Agent Norfolk. Va.
A. D. STEUBINS. Ass1': Traffic M'gr.
W. P. TURNER. Gen. Pass. Agent.
J. C. WHITNEY. Traffic Manager.
General Offices. Baltimore. Md.
Atlanta, New Orleans, Augusta, Mnrou,
Chattnnongn, Nashville; Memphis. Florida,
*?l$?3j California ami I lie entire South. _
In Effect Dee. 11. 1S99.| No. 41. | No. 4??.
I,v. Norfolk .... .....
" Portsmouth S.A.L
Ar. Suffolk .. . "
" I.ewlston .. .N.rt.
" Weldnn .. .S.A.L.
?' Henderson .. "
" Raleigh .. . "
'? Southern Pines "
" Wilmington .. "
?* Charlotte .. "
" Columbia C.Nftlj.
" Augusta .C.?-W.CjMO
" Athens .. ..R.A.LI ?,1
Maeon .. C.of Ga.
Tampa .. ..Plant
Mob'.lo .. ..L.iN.
New Orleans . "
??> p ml
SS n mf
:J0 a m
:lf> a m
:20 a m
:10 a m
:55 p m
:00 a m
:3l a m
:50 p m
:10 p m
:55 p m
:30 p m
? Dally. IDaHy, ex. Sunday.
Connections at New Orleans with South?
ern Paclflo nnd Texas & Pacific railways
for all po!nt3 In Texas^ Mexico end Cali?
No. 402?Arr*.vo Portsmouth dally 7:3
No J$?Arrive Portsmouth dally 8:20
P" ? 3. W. DROWN. Jr.,
Pass'r Agt.. 199 Main st.. Norfolk. Va.
Trav. Pass'r Agt., Portsmouth. Va
E. ST. JOHN, Vice President and General
V. E. McBEE General Superintendent.
H. W. B. GLOVER. L. 3. ALLEN.
Traffic Manager. Gen'l Paaa'r Ag?,
" Ohio Ry,J
FOR RICHMOND. WASHINGTON.
CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE. CHICAGO
ST. LOUIS AND ALL WESTERN
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 1ST, ISSD.
WESTBOUND. |1 & 5 I 1 |~~T""
Lv. Portsmouth .1 6 30 a
Lv. Norfolk . j-jm a
Lv. Newport News.... 8:eoa
Ar. Richmond .| K,-10a
Lv. R'd (R.F.itP.)....
Ar.WasIi't n (RF&P).J
Lv. R'd (Main Une\
Ar. Staunton .. .
Ar. Clifton Forge
Ar. Va. Hot Sprlr.gj"
Ar. White Sulphur.
Ar. Roaceverto ..
Ar. Louisville ... ""
Ar. Chicago .
Ar. SL Loui.i
, 4:35 p
I 6:50 p
15 pllOiSO u
1 2:43 a
K?,111'."^?' Sunday, other tinTo^iaTiF
Hiino?i 01? Fu?n?ant. old Point to
Uinton, Cinclnnai and Louisville
O 2- ?ordnnsvllle. *
foil- 7n,?k-^lli3AMKK LOUISE leaves Nor
rolle for Newport News at 7 a. ro. and i-S
ftlftl Newport News'for* Norfolk
\*?rr,fu?.,,'fr? Information apply to
Jr. W. CURD, Pusarncer AseoL
, ? JOHN D. POTTS.
Asst. Qeneral Passenger Ai?nt_
A? Co iL?
(Norfolk * Cnroitnn Railroad.)
" iN EFFECT JUNE 4th, 1S93. ^
Porta, Juno.... ..
Tunis N. C.
Hobg?od. N. C.
Wllllamaton. N. & I.1 f.&i n ta
Plymouth. N\ C ....'1. 7:4? pS
Washington, N. C...1.1 7:30 p m
Kliiaton. N. C .. ,.|.I 7.66 p oa
Wilson. N. C.
Golsboro. N. C...
Wilmington. N. C.
2:15 p m
3:21 p m
5:50 p m
7:10 p m
7:50 p m
9:40 a m
Faycttevllle, N. C...| 4:25 p ml l:0Sa m
Florence. 8. C. 7:25 p ml 1:16 a m
Charleston, S. C.110:50 p m| 6:18 a nj
Ar. Columbia. H. C.110:20 p m|U:00 a m
Ar. Augusta. Ga ? ...,| 7:66 a ml 7:58 a pi
Ar. Atlanta. Ga, .. ....12:15 p m12:16 p to
Ar. Uacon. Ga..lUUI a nlU?i a oa
Ar. Savannah, Ga.I 3:00 a ml 9:00 a m
Ar. Jacksonville, Fla....| 8:15 a m| 1:80 p m
No. 4? dally connrcU wita A.C.U. trat?
XX for all ootnta South.
No. 103,dally,except Sunday, makes closs
connection at Hebgood for Wanhlastcc
N. C. Klnaton. N. C. and Plymouth, .V
C, and all Hestern Caroline points; alt?
at Rocky Mou.-.t with A. C. la train H Cat
all point. South.
No. 103, dally, except Sunday, makes
close connection at Ahoekie for Windsor.
N. C. and stations on W. Sc P. H. it.
Trains arrive at Norfolk at ?:5i |v m?
daily, also at 10:25 a. m.. dally, except
No. 49 runs thronen without ctanse
Norfolk to Wilmington.
Bagrago checked at Company's Norrolfc
wharf, and also at office of paining
and Ticket agent 171 Mala aUeel iopsa?
?Ita Atlantic Hotel).
For tickets to all points South, slatplug
car reservations and general laforioatkui
call ca or address.
J. A. NEUOEBAUEJt.
Paiaeoaer and Ticket agent.
JAMES F. MAUPIN.
Oeneral Forwarding A*-int.
EMERSON, Gen. Pass Aceat?
Q. XL BIJRPELL. Gen. Manager.
T. la EMERSON. Tratflo U*n??r.
HorfaiK & snuinsrn l I Go.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT AUG. 28lh. 1899.
MAIL AN DEXl'RESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK DAILY (except Sunday) 10 a.m. tor
Elizabeth City, Edeutcn. Mackey's Ferry,
Roper, Paiuego, Bellhavcn, Etc. Con?
nects at Edciuon with N. & S. R. R.
steamer as follows: Dally (except Sun?
day) for Plvmo-'th. Jamcsvllle, Wllllain
RtOII and Windsor. TUESDAY. TH?RS.
DAL and SATURDAY for all landings on
Chowan river, and MONDAY and FRI.
DAY for Scuppcrnong river. Connects at
Bellhaven with Old Dominion steamers
for Makleyvllle, South Creek, Aurora,
Washington and intermediate landings.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK at 4:10 p. in. TUESDAY. THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Elizabeth City.
Edciuon und way stations. Connects at
Elizabeth City with steamer TUESDAY.
THURSDAY AND SATURDAY for.
Roanokc Island, Oriental a::d Newbcrne,
I N. C. _
I ? ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
I MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY fexcept
Sunday) at 4:25 p. in., and morning train
I at 11 a. m. TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY, connecting with all rail and
ptcam lines at Norfolk for tho North.
East and West. Passenger station nt foot
of East Main otree?, Norfolk and West?
ern depot. Freight etatlou on Water
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH
FART 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 5 p. m. and
forwarded promptly at low rate.
For further information apply to ths
General Otlico of the N. & S. R. R. Co..
Norfolk, Va. ..._? ??
11. C. IHIDGTNS.
General Freight and Passenger Agent.
M. K. KING, General Manager.
CLYDE'S REGULAR LINE STEAM.
SHIPS FOR PHILADELPHIA
ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM NOR?
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA.
Until further notice steamers are ap.
pointed to sail fro.^ Norfolk every MON
DAY WEDNESDAY and SATLRDAY at
6 o'clock I> in., and from Philadelphia
every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SAT
^Through bills of lading to all point*
South and Southwest via Seaboard Air
Idno Atlantic Clast L ne. Mrglnla and
TenneaaeT Air Line. Southern Railway,
Norfolk? 'and Carolina and Norfolk and
Southern Ra}?f??|| w. McCARRICK.
General Southern A^Nortolk^V*.
Oeneral Agents, Philadelphia.
IRWINS EXPRESS CO
218Water St.. Phons S.Elliisr Phona
Wo Haul anything to and from ony
whero la the three dtU*.
Soeclal facilities for hauling Safts,
Bollers Furniture and Ptanoa.
Lou ailed and tUUnx want**.