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NORTH STATE AND ITS CAPITAL.
BAPTIST CHURCH
ANNIVERSARY
Baptist Tabernacle Celebration
Twenty-five Years Old.
OT(ii-.< RALEIGH NEWS
Itev. J.J. Mull, D. I?., of Norfolk, lo
Mpenk ? Clerk Fortune, or U. N.
Court, ".amoved--Ntnte Fair Flunu
cinl Nintonieut ? 1*uo Fraiteblav
' Amendment in Not? liern?Died in
Wilmington,
Hulelgh, N. C Nov. 15.?The Baptist
Tabernacle Church began* to-night the
celebration of ?b twenty-fifth anniver?
sary. Special services will be held be?
ginning to-night and closing Sunday
night, nil services, except on Sunday,
being at night.
All former pastors of the church have
been invited to be present and deliver
addresses or sermons on subjects ap?
propriate to the occason. These pas?
tors are all living and are, in the order
In which they served, as follows: Rev.
J. D. Huf ham, D. D., Henderson; Rev.
W. A. Nelson, D. D., Georgia; Rev. J.
O. 8. Williams, D. D., Washington City;
Rev. Thomas Dlxon, New York; Rev
W. A. Ncson, D. D., Georgia; Rev. J.
J. Hall. D. D-, Norfolk; Rev. A. M.
Slmms. D. D., Raleigh.
In addition to the ministers above
named other speakers have been In?
vited.
Then on Sunday afternoon a mass
mcotlng of all the Baptists of the city
will bo held, at which addresses will
bo delivered by local Baptists. Sunday
morning will be observed as rally day
for the Sunday school. And on Sunday
night the services will be brought to a
close with a sermon by Rev. Thomas
t>Jxon, Jr.
CLERIC FORTUNE REMOVED.
Major H. L. Grant, of'Goldsboro, the
new Clerk of the United States District
Court, arrived in the city yesterday.
Judge Purnell Issued the order for the
removal of Clerk J. B. Fortune yester?
day before the arrival of Major Grant
In this city. ,
Major Grant will qualify as clerk of
the court to-day. x
THE STATE FAIR.
Secretary Rogue said to-night that
the State Fair this year took In money
enough to pay all obligations incurred
this year, pay off any old debts, pay the
Interests on the bonds of the Fair As?
sociation and perhaps leave a neat sur?
plus in the treasury. The auditors of
the various railroads are now making
up the aocounts for tickets with fair
coupons attached and will settle about
December 1st. By the middle of Decem?
ber Secretary Pogue said all premiums
and other obligations would bo paid,
and added: "Tho long-talked-of bal?
ance Bhect will be forthcoming this
time." He also said that there was talk
of a two weeks' fair next year.
THE FRANCHISE AMENDMENT.
A dispatch from . New Bern says:
"Whatever the sentiment may be in
the west on the constitutional amend?
ment it is pretty much one way down
here. It is the talk that Craven county,
with a normal Republican majority of
1.400, and a majority last November of
600, will cast its vote next August' in
favor of the amendment. - -
A leading ex-Republican county office?
holder, who has been always ready for
the fray, openly declares that he will
vote for the amendment. Be says: "I
am glad of the chance- I want to see it
carried and will use my influence to
that end, although In national politics
I am as much a Republican as ever."
DIED IN WILMINGTON.
A telegram from Wilmington an?
nounces the death of Mr. Josh T. James,
of Wilmington. Mr. James is a cousin
of Mrs. C. B. Denson, of this city. He
also married a sister of Mr- H. A. Lon?
don, of Pittsboro. He was about 65
years old. All of his life has been spent
In Wilmington, where for over forty
years ho has been In the newspaper
business. For many years he was editor
of the Wilmington Review and since
then has devoted his time to job print?
ing. Mr. James has been a great suf?
ferer from rheumatism in recent years.
Lately this went to his brain, resulting
. fatally. The funeral was held in Wil?
mington yesterday afternoon.
ELIZABETH CITY.
NEWS ITEMS GATHERED ALONG
THE PASQUOTANK. (
(Special to Virglnlan-PJlot.)
Elizabeth City, N. C, Nov. 15.?
Messrs. Fred Zelgler and Otis Bramble
came to town yesterday evening with
one of the largest bunches of quail seen
here this season. Seventy-eight in one
day's hunting is regarded as good luck
or skill.
Yesterday, before Justice of the Peace
Wilson, Judgment was rendered against
the Second Division of Naval Reserves
In favor of L. L. Winder for the sum
of $18, with Interest from July.
Yesterday morning, in the- Police
Court, Walter Jennett, colored, was
fined to and coats for being drunk on
the streets.
Miss Mary Williams, of Norfolk, is
in the city, the guest of Miss Emily
Holiowell, at her home on Road street.
Street Commissioner Weeks, who has
been doing good work for several days
on Harney street, has succeeded in
making, it one o? the finest thorough
fares in our town.
The revenue cutter Bout'well, after
spending several days in our port, left
yesterday for New Bern, N. C. '
Mayor Wilson listened to a breach oC
^promise case yeaterday morning. The
parties Involved are both colored. The
plaintiff was represented by Mr. Marry
Gr&ndy, and th? defenoe by Mr. E. F.
Aydlott. After argument by counsel
the Mayor required the defence to pay
a fine of $10 and costs and $1 a week
until the case Is disposed of. :^
EDBNTON
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Edenton. N. C, Nov. 15.?C. B. Smith,
Esq., a photographer of Norfolk, is
making preparations fov opening' a
studio In the store near the Woodiird
House.
, The Tea and Bazaar postponed from |
IdstVeek will be given this (Thursday)
evening at the court-house by the ladies
of St. Paul's Church.
Messrs. Thomas Elliott and Dr. Mc?
Kay are off on a business trip to Balti?
more.
Mrs. Walk, of Avpca, was the guest
of relatives here yesterday.
Mr. T. E. Gardner bus been on the
sick list for the past few days.
After having ice the first part of the
week the weather is very much like
summer this morning.
Messrs. T. D. M. Wood and H. B.
Vaughan, of Norfolk, are in town on
business this morning.
THE RECENT HURRICANE.
THE DAMAGE SUSTAINED IN
NORTH CAROLINA.
The North Carolina section of - the
climate and crop service of the
Weather Bureau, which was issued yes?
terday, gives the following summary of.
the damage resulting from the recent
hurricane which swept through the
State:
"The wind reached a maximum ve?
locity of 7li miles from the northeast at
Kilty Hawk, but only 43 from the
southeast at Wilmington. The damage
in the interior consisted chleily in the
uprooting of trees, destruction of fences
and frail structures, with minor injury
to ungatliered crops. From all ac.
counts there appears to have been only
one life lost, but the damage to pro?
perty was very great, a conservative
estimate placing the loss at over $200,
000.
"One steamer, the Catherine Whiting,
was wrecked (loss $2S,000) and ten other
vessels, mostly small schooners, were
destroyed or driven ashore and badly
damaged. At Fort Caawcll (mouth of
Cape Fear) government properly was
much damaged; tide readied G feet
above high-water mark. At Soulhport
the tide was very high; dwelling houses
and stores were damaged; the quaran?
tine station lost its wharves. Some
vessels wore driven ashore (loss $12,000).
Wilmington reported the highest tide
since 1S03, and the river came over tits
wharves and flooded Water nnd Nutt
streets; the damage to property at
wharves was considerable. At Wrlghts
ville the tide was S feet above high
water mark; over twenty cottaRCS and
club houses wore destroyed, and tho re?
mainder injured (loss $25,000). A trestle
on the Wilmington Seacoast railway
was washed away (loss $50,000). At
Carolina Bcacli most of the cottages
were destroyed (loss $8,000). Along the
I Cape Fear river wharves- at various
I plantations, fishermen's huts, and do?
mestic animals were swept away; rice
, fields were flooded, and In some cases
rice ready for threshing was destroyed.
Morehead City, Beaufort and New Bern
suffered much damage. The heaviest
loss at New Bern was caused in the
dock warehouses at tho foot of Craven
street; cellars and wharves were flood?
ed, many tons of salt, ilour, sugar nnd
lime being destroyed, and after the
storm the river was full of floating cot?
ton,.lumber, logs nnd fire wood (loss
$40,000).i
"Minor damage at many other points
would aggregate a considerable sum."
ULCERATED THROAT OR MOUTH,
ERUPTIONS, SWOLLEN GLANDS,
EATING SORES, SCROFULA.
A Specific Cure Found in B.B.B.
l-'ree Trim Iioiilo Scut' to All Who
. . Siill'or.
It Is especially the deep-seated obstl
I nato cases that B. B. B. cures, it mat
j ters not if doctors or patent medicines
have failed to cure, B. B. B. always
promptly reaches the Poison and roots
out and drives It from ttin system, then
the sores heal, the hnir stoDs falling out,
the naln in the bones stops, and a per?
manent cure Is the result. B. B. B. lias
cured cases of 10 and 15 years' standing,
even where tho scull bones had become
affected.
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) has
been thoroughly tested for pasi 30 years
and has never failed to cure I ho worst
cases?even deadly cancer?and where
doctors had given up t!:a case as hope?
less, or where patent medicines did worse
than nothing. B. B. B. Is different from
any other remedy?it does not contain
mineral or vegetable poisons.
If you have the slightest touch of
Syphilitic Blood Poison, such as Pimples,
Eruptions, Scrofulous Sores or Hhou
mallc Pains, you had better take B. P..
B. to clean tho poison out before it gets
worse, as it Is bound to do.
If you arc satlsliod that you need Blond
Balm you will lind largo bottles for sale
by druggists for $1.00, or six bottles (full
treatment) $5.00. For . free trial bottle
address Blood Balm Co.. SI Mitchell St
Atlanta, Ca., and bottle and medical
book will be sent, all charges Drepald.
Describe your trouble and we will Include
free oersonal medical advice. Write to?
day?don't delay.
Strong Drink Iis Death
D'R. CHARCOT'S TONIC TABLETS
arotbn only positively (roaranteed remedy for tbo
Brink Habit, Nervousness anil Melancliulycaus*d
by stronc drink.
WK OVAR A KIKE FOIK ROXKS
tooure any case itltna positive wrlHrri Ktinv
rtntrn orretunil the money, nud to destroy tbo
sppetlto for Intoxteatlnc liquors.
THE TABLETS CAN BE GIVEN WITHOUT
KNOWLEDGE OF THE PATIENT.
CTDfiUG flDIUI/ eanseft Jfflir.ry. 1'overty
OinUnO I) mil a ami Itentli. Upon receipt
of $10.00 wo will mall yon four Ii) boxes nrilponl
tlvrt written imnrntilcr. to cure or ??rtuatl
gourinonoy. Sluu'lo bo"xe3 S3.00.
Walko Martin & Gray, sole agents,
corner Water mroot and Roanoke ave?
nue, Norfolk, Va,
... - - ' ??? :??????< ?'>.:' : ?? ? '' '?? ? ?
Scrofula to
Consumption.
Any one predisposed to Scrofula can
never bo healthy and Vigorous. Thia
taint in tbo blood naturally drifts into
Consumption. Being such adeep-seatcd
blood disease, Swift's Specific is tho
only known euro for Scrofula, beoause
it is tho only remedy which can reach
tho disease.
Scrofula nptienrod on tho head of my little
grandchild when only IS mouths old. shortly
after breaking out ii spread rapidly all over
her body. Tlio scabs on tbo sores would peel
off-oi\ tho simhtost touch, und tho odor that
would arise made the at?
mosphere of the room
Mckentng and unbearable.
Tho disease next attacked
tho eyes, find wo feared sbo
Would lose her sight. Km
Incnf physicians from tho
surrouiidlng country -were
consulted, b 111 eoiild do
nothing to relievo tbo lit
tlo Innocent, and gave it
as their opinion that the
case was hopeless and im?
possible to save tho child's eveslpht. It wai
tuen that wo decided to try Swift's .Specific
That mcdlolno nt onco made a speedy and com?
plete cure. Sho Is now a young lad v. and hai
never had a sign of the disease to retina.
Msts. kutu BBJtKBMCT,
flallnn, Kan.
Scrofula is an obstinnto blood disease,
and i6 beyond the reach of the average
blood medicine. Swift's Speciflo
for
Th?
is tho only remedy equal to such deep
sented diseases; it goes down to the
very foundation and forces out every
taint. It is purely vegetable, and is
tho only blood remedy guaranteed to
contain no mercury, potash or othei
mineral substance whatever.
Books mailed free by Swift Speoiflo
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
Jobn I* Roner. President.
Tazewcll Thompson Treasurer.
Louis T .bobic, Secretary.
THE
Moi fire insurance Co.,
2U MAIN STREET.
Transacts a cener.il insurance business
through its ngency department.
BliOODIOlSDN
1UVB YOU Sorjj Throat. Pimples, Cop
por-Coiorecl Spots, Aches Old Sores. Ul?
cers In Mouth, Hair .Falling? Write
COOK REMEDY CO., 1CT7 MASONIC
TEMPLE, Clil.-ago, lit. for proofs of
cures. Capital $300.000. worst ctscs cured
In 15 to 35 days. 100-page bonk free.
JIWELERSNGUIDE.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO
say i_ir\j e.
COMMENCING MONDAY. AUG. S, 188.
Lv. Portsmouth, High street_!5:25 p m
I.v. Norfolk. Main street .!6:00 p m
Lv. Old Point, Hygela Pier .17:00 p m
Ar. Baltimore, Union Dock.7:00 a ni
NOItTH HOUND
I P. lt. R. I B. & O.
Lv. Ilaltlmoio ...
Ar. Philadelphia
Ar, New York ...
7:45 a ml! 7:55 a m
?10:15 a m 110:16 a in
?12:12 p m !12:;J5 n'n
SOUTHBOUND
I P. It. R. I It. & O.
Lv. New York.| 12:10 p ni
Lv. Philadelphia .| 4:41 p m
Ar. Halt.. Canton ....| 17:00 p m
Lv\
Lv.
Lv,
a r.
Ar,
1:00 p m
13:07 p m
15:10 p m
Baltimore. Light street .6:30 p m
Baltimore, Canton .7:10 p in
Old Point .6:15 a m
Norfolk .7:00 a ni
Portsmouth.S:30 a m
!?Daily except Sunday. ??Dally.
T'ckets sold to all points North. East
and West and Baggage: checked to desti?
nation. Staterooms reserved upon appli?
cation In person nt the company's oflice,
No. 77 West Main street, or on board
steamer.
Freight -will not bo received after 4 p.
m. to go forward that day.
For further Information apply to
KEY COMPTON.
General Agent.
J. TV. BltOWN, Jr.,
Southern Passenger Agent.
Tbo new and powerful Iron valaco
steamers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK will leave
dally as follows:
NORTH-BOUND.
Leave Portsmouth. foot of
North street . ?5.00 p. ra.
Leave Norfolk, foot or Water
street .??? ??????a"": v* 6.46 p. ra.
; Leavo Old Point Comfort.. 6.45 p. m
Arrivo in ff?J*'<!?t??:i>''ij 7-?0 a m.
Arrive in Philadelphia, Penn.
' H R.??10.56 a. bj
Arrive. In Philadelphia, 15. Sc. O. -
It R. ??.ra--. ?i;.??"?00 a. ra.
Arrive ?n New York, Penn.
Arrlve'Yn'NeV York. B. ft ?! P' m'
R. R.??1.25 p. m.
SOUTH-BOUND.
Leave New York Penn. It.R. .?.50 p. m.
Lbayo Ne* iorlc. B. ft O. ^
Ij^vo,*'phii?dcip'hVa.''Pen'n.'*R: p m
Arrive'"'iii'Washington. "Penn. , P< n>'
ArV'lvl^i'n'washVng'to'ni'B.' & 6*. 10 P< m'
H R. "6.00 p. m
Leave Washington........ ?6.30 p. m
Arrivo Old Polnil Comfort.... 7.00 ? ^
Arrivo in Norfolk . 800 ?. m
Arriv? In Portsmouth. 8.j0 ^ m
?Dally.
??Dally except Sunday.
Tickets en s.ilo at B. ft O ticket office
N. & C. office, at W. T. Walke'? and
company's oflice on wharf.
For further information apply
D. J. CALLAHAN.
Telephone 441. Agent.
CLYDE'S REGULAR LINB STEAM.
Sliil'8 FOR PHILADELPHIA
ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM NOR
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA.
every
^Through bills of lading to all points
?outti and Southwest via Seaboard Air
Lii-e \tlantlc Oast Line, Virginia and
Tennessee Air Line. Southern Railway
Norfolk and Carolina, and Norfolk and
Southern Ra'.lroaMs.
3 JAMES W. McCARIHCK.
General' Southern Agent, Norfolk,. Va.
WILLIAM P. CLYDE & CO..
General Agents, Philadelphia, i
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
i Dili stuiji] m m
FOR NEW TORK.-Pas
senger ships are appointed
to salt from Norfolk dally
at 6:00 p. m.
FROM NEW r ORK.?On
Monday. Tuesday. Wednes?
day. Thursday and Fr.day
at 3:00 p. m., Saturdays at
7:00 p. m.
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION9
UNSURPASSED.
Fare. 'Deluding meals and stateroom
berth .* S-TO
Rouna trlp'tilintted'to 30 days ....... 13.00
For tickets and reservation or state?
rooms applv at ticket ?lllco. 199 Alain
street, or at general office, at wharf
Ships leave Old Point for Norfolk bun
day about 10 a. m. _..,,-r.o
TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS
Hampton Roads. Mobjack. Luray, Acco
mac and Virginia Dare, sailing da.ly l?
cept Sunday) from Company's vhart, -Nor?
folk:
FOR OLD POINT?At 6:30 and UM a.
m., and 4:15 p. m.i Portsmouth, 6:4a
and 10:05 a. m.. and 3:05 p. mi; Bay L4ne
wharf. Norfolk, at 7:00 and U:30 a. m. and
?1:30 p. m. j
FOR HAMPTON?at U'flR a. rn. arid 4:1?
P. m.; Portsmouth 10:05 a. m. and 3:0a
p. m.; Bay Line wharf at U:30 a. m. and
4:30 p. m.
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FIELD?At 2:30 p. in.'; Portsmouth, 2:15 p.
m.; Bay Line. 3:00 p. m. __ :
FOR WARE AND EAST RIVERS?At
6:30 a. m.; Portsmouth. 6:4? a. tn.; Bay
Line, 7:00 a. m.
FOR NORTH RIVER ? On Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at C:30 a. m.:
Portsmouth. C;45 a. in.: Bay Line, 7:00
a. m.
FOR SEVERN RIVER?On Tuesday.
Thursday mid Saturday at 6:30 a. m:
Portsmouth, U:1S a m.; Bay Line. cOO
a. m.
?fOR BACK. POQUOS1N AND TORK
RIVER LANDINGS AND CRAB NECK
?On Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday at
6:tS a m.; Portsmouth, C:30 a. m.; Bay
Lino, 6:45 n. m. Returning following d.-xy.
FOR NANSEMOND RIVER AND SUF?
FOLK?At 3:00 p. m.i Portsmouth, 3:10 p.
m. Connecting at Suffolk with Suffolk
and Carolina railroad.
Freight for Ware, EaBt North, Severn,
Back, Poquosin, York and Nansemond
River Landings must bo prepaid.
All schedules subject to chango 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. tn.
M. B. CROWELL,
**' General Agent,
CAPE
CHARLES'
ROUTE
New York,
Philadelphia
and Norfolk
Railroad.
QUICK TIME?LOW RATES.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAT.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY,
APRIL 2S. 18J8.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
7:48 a. ra. daUy. except Sunday? (Ports?
mouth. High ktreet. 7:30 a. m.)
Arrive at Philadelphia 6:42 p.
m.; New York at 8 .33 p. ro.
LBAVB NOHFOLK,
6-00 D. m. dally, Portsmouth High street
b:80. Arrive at "Philadelphia.
6:10 a. m.; New Tork. 7:0 a. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
9-00 ?> m. dally: Portsmouth. High street
?:10. leaving Now York at ?:00
D m.: Philadelphia. 11:10 p. in.
ARRIVE AT NORF?LK.
7:60 P. m. dally, except Sunday (Ports.
mouth. High atrcet. 8:00 p. m.)
leaving New Tork at 8:04 a- ro.;
Philadelphia. 10:20 a. m.
Cloao connection made with all rail and
sound lines to and from Boston.
Pullman Sleeping Cars on night trains
between Jersey City. Philadelphia and
Caps Charles.
Pullman Buffet ParP.r Cars on day trains
between Philadelphia and Cape Charles.
Through tickets sold and baggage
checked at Walke'a Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, at Passenger Station at tho
Wharf and on atcamer.
R. B. COOKS,
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 at 6:00 p. m.
FARES TO BOSTON AND PROVI?
DENCE.
First-class, including meals and1
stateroom berth.J9.00 ]
Intermediate. Including meals and
stateroom berth.js.oo I
Steerage, Including meals and bunk. (7.00
Perishable freight sent via Providence
forwarded by early train to Boston and
at the same rate aa by direct steamers to
Boston.
For further Information apply to
R. H. WRIGHT. Agent. Norfolk, Va.
A. D. STEBRINS. Asa't Traffic M'gr.
W. P. TURNER. Gen. Pass. Agent
J. C. WHITNEY. Traffic Manager.
General Offices. Baltimore. Md.
f
Atlnnt?, New Orleans, Augimta, Macon,
Chnttanoogn, Vu&livllle, MeniphN, Plurida,
v>nj.i, C'ullf'iriiiit him! flic entire Sontli._
In Effect Dec. II. 1899.1 No. 41. | No. 40?.
Lv
Ar.
. Norfolk .
Portsmouth 8.A.L.
Suffolk .. . "
T.i?wlston .. .N.C
Welo*on .. .S.A.L.
Henderson .. "
Rslelgh .. .
Southern Pines "
Wilmington .. "
Charlotte ..
Columbia C.Njftt
Augusta
Athens .. .
Atlanta (Ce.T^mo)
Macon .. C.of Ga.
Jhcksonvllle Plant
Tampa .. ..Plant
Montgom'y W.ofA
Mobile .. ..L.&N.
New Orleans . "
Chat'nooga W,^A|
Nashville NC&StL
Memphis KCM&BI
;*1Q:25 p m
.... !11:RS a m
C.*W.C|!IO:5fl .1 m
.S.A.LI ?3:45 a m
6-20 .1 m
11:10 a m
7:55 p m
l:M a m
10:31 a m
S:50 p m
8:10 p m
1:00 p m
6:55 p m
7:30 p in
11:10 p m
12:56 a m
2:16 a m
4:73 a rn
12:05 p tn
7:50 a m
<:18 p m
?4:55 p m
1:1$ p m
2:50 p m
7:20 p m
B:4S a m
6:45 p m
9:20 p m
3:05 a r.i
7:40 a m
1:15 a in
7:00 a m
4:00 a m
? Dully. IDaJly. erx. Sunday.
Connections at New Orleans with South?
ern Pacific and Texas & Pacific railways
for nil points In Texas. Mexico and Call,
f ornla.
No. 403?Arrive Portsmouth dally 7:25
a m. _
So SS? Arrive Portsmouth daily 6:20
d. m.
? J. W. BROWN. Jr.,
Pass'r Agt., 1D0 Main st.. Norfolk. Va.
MURRAf FORBES
. Trav. Pass'r Agt.. Portsmouth, Va
E. ST. JOHN. Vice President and General
Manager.
V. E. McBKE, General Superintendent
H. W. B. OI.?VER. L.. S. ALLEN.
Traffic Manager. Oen'l Pajs'r Agt.
Portsmouth, V?. '
TRAVELEHS* GUIDE.
ChesapeaSa
& Ohio.Rw.
FOR RICHMOND. WASHINGTON.
CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE. CHICAGO
ST. LOUIS AND ALL WESTERN
POINTS.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 29th. 1S95.
?WESTBOUND. "| 5 j I |;
Lv. Portsmouth -77771 ' 7:30 al S:00 p
I.V. Nortolk . , S:l.Oa 3:30 p
Lv. Newport News .I 9:03 a 4:35 p
Ar. Richmond.j j h:jq aj t:?? p
Vv- ;5'di .(R-F.&PjTTr r?12:W pT7:40"p ,
Ar. Wash'n (K.K&ljj_j_.3:20_V.U:20_p |
Vr- ?!d <kMaln Uu?)..|M0:20a| 2:16'pU???p
Ar. Chnrlnrteeviiia ' 1 "... ..' 9I43 J?
4 :22 a
6:2S a I
7:25 a
7:25 d
5:15 p
8:00 p
7:15 a
7:30 a
Ar. Chnrlottcsvllle ...| l:45p 6:44,p
Ar. felaiinton .., 1 - ? ' - ???
Ar. Clifton Forgo...
Ar. Va Hot Spillitrs'.
Ar. Roncuvcrtc ...
Ar. Cincinnati .
Ar. Louisville .
Ar. ChlcaGO.""
Ar. St. Louts ...
3:34 pi 7:0S p
?:4? p] S:57 p
9:50 p
9:50 p
7:55 a
11:00 u
5:30 p
6:5Sp
}yni^SPi.Sunday, other time dally.
t?^?.-?,^7 1 aJ.-jV 1,;lrlor Car Old Point to
Richmond; Pullman Richmond to Cincin?
nati, Louisville nd St Lotus; connects
-ti??a2?.,.,iiV,Ue.iv>r c>m??Be and ut Orange
l.U..?*outiK"ni, ?*????>? tiain for principal
stations Northbound
&^L,?,t'al- "lehmond to Clifton
ks \ ?*C?P? Sunday.
iii^JwJ""hth*- Pullmans. Old Point to
Hintoti, Cincinnati and Louisville.
, ~J?ii 1 served in Dining Card on Nos.
?nJ ^^l1 of Uotdonsvllle.
f?i?. r ^vP^AMEU LOUISE leaves Nor?
folk ror Newport News nt S> a. in. und 3:30
P' -Leaves Newport News for Norfolk.
}?,:{? f- '"? "?>I 6:05 p. in. Arrives Norfolk
1J:15 noon and 7:05 p in
^'O' further Intor-uatioo apply to
? % V.hVS?v- Tlcket A<-ent- ?*
n V ^'v,.,lD- PatMUger A teat.
S n,nV, ?- Ticket Oflice. Atlantic Hotel,
Norfolk. Va.
JOHN D. POTTS.
AsiL. General I'asiciiger Agent.
AP f ATLANTIC j
. t. L. COAST^
(Norfolk & Carolina Railroad.)
IN EFFECT JUNE 4th. 1SW.
, j ~ I 'No. 103.
Stations. 1 No. 40 lD'l'y ej
_? I Dally, j Sunday.
Lv. Norfolk .I y:iK}":\ ml 2:20 p m
Lv. Ports June .1 9:22 a in 2:43 p m
Ar. Suffolk, Va..(10:00 a in 3:17 p m
Ar. Tunis, N. C .[10:50 a 111 4:15 p in
Ar. Hobgood. N. C .|12:00 m I 5:35 p m
Ar. Tarboro. N. C .|12:21 p ml G:tW p m
Ar. Rocky Mount. N. C|12:M) p ni| C:35 p m
Ar. Wlll'.amston, N. c
Ar. Plymouth, N. C...,
Ar. Washington, N. C.
Ar. Klnston, N. C.
(1:55 p m
7:40 p ni
7:30 p m
7:55 p m
Ar. Wilson, N. C .| 2:15 p nil 7:10 p m
Ar. Goldsboro, N. C_| 3:21 p m| 7:50 p m
Ar. Wilmington, N. C.j 5:50 p tn| !):40 a in
Ar. Fayettovlllc, N. C .| 4:25 p ml 1:0S a m
Ar. Florence. S. C .j 7:25 p 111 [ 3:15 u m
Ar. Charleston, S. C....(10:50 p in 8:1S a in
Ar. Columbia, S~ C.110:20 i> m;il:0O a m
Ar. A?RUSta; Oa., .I 7:.">r> a tu 1 7:55 a in
Ar. Atla'..ta, Ca.il2::i5 p m 12:35 p m
Ar. Maean. Ga.[11:15 a m[ll:15 a m
Ar. Savannah. Qa .I 3:00 a -ml !>:00 a m
Ar. Jacksonville, Fla ,.| 8:45 a m| 1:30 p m
No. 43 dally connects with A. C. L. train
23 for all points South.
No. 103. daily,except Sunday.makes close
connection at Hobgood for Washington,
N. C, Klnston. N. C. antl Plymouth, N.
C, 11 ud ull Eastern Carolina points: also
at Rocky Mount with A. C. L. train S5 for
all points South.
No. 103, dally, except Sunday, makes
close conin..lon at Ahoskio for Windsor,
N. C, and stations on W. .4 P, R. R.
Trains arrive at Norfolk nt 6:55 p. ni.
dally: also at K:25 a. m., dally, except
Sunday.
No. 40 runs through without chango
Norfolk to Wilmington.
Baggage cheeked ut Company's Norfolk
wharf and also ut oflice of Passenger
and Ticket Agent, 171 Main street (oppo?
site Atlantic Hotel.)
For tickets to nil points South, sleeping
car reservations and general Information
call on or address
J. A. NEl.'GEBAUER.
Passenger und Ticket Agent.
JAMES F. MAUP1N,
General Forwarding Agent.
II. M. EMERSON. Gen. Puss. Agent
G. M. SERPELL Gen. Manager.
T. M. EMERSON, Tr.tfllc Manager.
h?tToik i.mm ft b. go:
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT AUG. 2?tli, 1S00.
MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK DAILY (except Sunday) 10 a. m.
for Elizabeth City, Edenloii, Mackey a
Ferry, Roper. Pantego Bellhaven, Etc.
Connects at Edenton with N. & S. R. R.
steamer a_s follows: Dally (except Sun?
day) for Plvmouili, Jameavllle, wllllam
ston and Windsor. TUESDAY. THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for all landings on
Chowan river, and MONDAY and FRI?
DAY for Scuppernong river. Connects at
Rt-llhaven with Old Dominion steamers
for Makleyvllle, South Creek, Aurora,
Washington and Intermediate landings.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK nt 4:10 p. m. TUESDAY; THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Elizabeth City.
Edenton and way stations. Connects ut
Elizabeth City with steamer TUESDAY,
THURSDAY and SATURDAY' for Roa
noko Island, Oriental und Newborno, N. C.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (except
Sunday) at 4:25 p. m.. and morning train
ai l 1 .1. in. TUESDAY. THURSDAY and
SATURDAY, connecting with all rail and
stenn Hno3 at Norfolk for the North. East
and West. Passenger station at foot of
East Main street, Norfolk and Western
depot. Freight station on Water street.
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH
F\ST FREIGHT LINE AND OLD DO?
MINION LIME between all points North
and East via Norfolk and Norfolk and
Southern Railroad and Eastern North
Carolina.
Freight received daily at o p. m. and
forwarded promptly at low rates.
For f?rther Information apply to the
General Olllco of tho N. & S .R. R. Co.,
Norfolk, Va.
H. C. IIUDGINS,
General Freight and Passenger Agent.
M. K. KING, GenerrH Manager.
OR RICHMOND, PETERSBURG,
CLAREMONT. OLD POINT.
NEWPORT NEWS AND JAMES RIVER
LANDINGS DIRECT BY
DAYLIGHT.
Virginia Navigation Company's Elegant
Saloon Steamer POCAHONTAS leaves
Clydo wharf, Norfolk, every TUESDAY
THURSDAY and SATURDAY at 7 a. m
touching at Portsmouth. Newport News
nml Old Point going and returning, ar?
riving at Richmond about 5 p. ni., con?
necting with all evening trains.
Fare to Richmond, $1.50.
To Richmond and/Teturn, J2.50.
To Richmond, second-class, 11.00.
Tickets much cheaper than any other
route to Richmond, Petersburg, Waverly
Hloksford and stations on Atlantic antl
Danville railroad and all point* via Rich?
mond.
Tickets for sale at ticket agencies of
Walke & Sop, H. Brandt, and on board
steamer.
Freight received dally (Sunday except?
ed) for all above* named points.
james w. m'carrick.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
V BETWEEN
NQRFOIvK, "VA*
??Jld?
?r/.rr VIRGINIA BEACH. ?.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOVEMBER
1ST, 1S99.
TO VIRGINIA BEACH.
LEAVE NORFOLK,
Dally, except Sunday.
7.00 a. m.. Mixed.
- 11:30 a. tn.. local express.
?3:00 p. in., fast express.
??5:10 p. in., fast express.
SUNDAYS.
10:00 a. m., local express.
?3:00 p. m.. fast express.
??5:10 p. m.. fast express.
LEAVE VIRGINIA BEACH.
Dally except Sunday.
??S:20 a. rn.. fast express.
1:30 p. m.. Mixed.
?4:20 p. in , fast express.
0.30 p. m.. Local Express.
SUNDAYS.
2 .co p. tn.. local express.
*4:20 p. m., fast express.
6.30 p. in. Local Express.
? Stops only ot Oceana, Lynnhaven and
KempsvtUe.
??Makes no stops west of Thalia.
Through express trains make the run la
25 minutes. Fast express in 30 minutes.
Local express In 35 minutes.
TO CURR1TUCK DIVISION.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
Dally, except Sunday?10:00 a. m., mixed
(connects Monday, Wednesday and Friday
at Mundeu's Point with steamer for Cur
rltuck Sound landings); 5:00 p. tn., local
express.
LEAVE (MUNDEN'S POINT. VA.
Dally, except Sunday?7:30 a. ra., mlxedt
2:00-p. m.. local express.
Trains stop only on signal at Interme?
diate stations to take on or put off pas?
sengers.
Freight received at Company's Statioa,
Brambleton, until 6:00 p. m.
H. C. HUDGINS.
Gen Freight and Pass. Agent.
M. K. KING, General Manager.
N
ORFOLK & OCEAN VIEW
WAY COMPANY.
RAH*.
QUICK AND FREQUENT KERVICH
BETWEEN.
NORFOLK OCEAN VIEW. OLD POINT
HAMPTON AND NEWPORT NEWS.
Take the Ocean View Route for Old
Point, connecting with tho C. & O; and
Trolley Lines for Newport News and In*
tcrmcdlato towns.
o o
3?
A M
7:30
8:45
10:30
P M
?12:001
?lKM
?2-00
?3:00
?4:00i
?5:00|
?6:00
7:00
ft
li
\S
HQ
AMI
S:00|
3:15
11:00
P M
A M
S:30
0:45
Schedule tak?
ing effect
Sept. 25,
1595.
7:30
Local dally.
Local "
ll:30lLocal "
P M|
Express
Express
Express
Express
Express
Express
Express
Local
As
IA Ml
12:45[
1:45]
2:45
4:45
5:15
6:45
s:oo
3:55
10:40!
P M
12:06
1:05
2:05
3:05
4:05
6:05
6:051
7:20
i!
AMI A M
9:30;
11:15
P M
9:68
11:40
PM
12:60
1:63
2:60
3:69
4:60
6:60
6:50
8:20
?1st Section Old Point Express, 2nd Sec?
tion Ocean View Local.
Local freight leaves Norfolk 11:00 a. m,
Freight received until fifteen mlnutea
before leaving tlrft>.
Fare for the round trip to Ocean Vlew\
30c.
Fnro for the round trip to Old Point
from any part of Norfolk. 60c. Old Point
tickets on aalo by all vtrcet car conduc?
tors. '??
Local trains leave Ocean View for Nor?
folk at 12:30, 1:30, 2:30. 8:30. 4:30. 5:30 and
6:30 p. m.
Schedule in Eflbct
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 25, 1SJJ.
LEAVE NOFOLK DAILY.
7:40 a. m.?For Richmond, Washington,
Lynchburg and the West.
4:35 p. m ?Vestibulcd Limited for Rich?
mond and Washington. Stops
only at Suffolk, Waverly and
Petersburg.
7:25 p, m.?For Petersburg, Lynchburg.
tho West and Southwest.
Trains arrlvo at Norfolk daily 9:60 a, m,
j-H-;25 a. m. mir! 10-40 p m.
Tickets and all Information at station
and 10 Oranby street.
W. B. BEVILL.
General Passenger Agent.
W. E. HAZLEWOOD. C. P. A.
SOUTHERN
RY.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINTS
SOUTH,
SOUTHEAST,
and SOUTHWEST.
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 1S99.
Lv. Norfolk. 9.30 a m ?7.40 p IS)
Ar. Suffolk .10.40 a m 8.56 p m
Ar. Franklin .11.21 a id 9.53 p m
Ar. Jeflress . 3.06 p ru 3.00 a in
Ar. Buffalo Junction 3.30 p m 8.21 a m
Ar. Danvlllo . 6.35 p m 5.53 a u\
I>v. Norfolk . 9.00 a m 8.S5 p m
? Ar. Raleigh . 3.50 p m 2.09 a ra
Ar. Durham . 4.43 p m 3.10 a ra
Ar, Greensboro . 6.35 p m 5.15 a ax
Lv. Danvlllo . C.03 p m
Lv. Greensboro . 7.24 p m 6.31 a m
Ar. Salisbury . S.39 p m 6.41 a ra
Ar. -Charlo? Io . 10.00 p in 7.55 a m.
L\. Salisbury . S.&0 p ro 9.06 a m
Ar. Ashevtllo .11.10 a in 2.25 p ta
Ar. Hot Springs . 1.29 a m 3.57 p m
Ar. Knoxvl'.lo . 4.15 am 7.20 pm.
Ar Chattanooga. 7.40 a ro 11.35 p m
Ar. Nashville . 6.55 p m 610 a ca
Lv. Chattanooga'. 8.00 a m
Ar. Me nphls . 7.10 pm
Lv. Charlotto. 10.15 p m
Ar. Atlanta . 6.10 a m
Ar. Montgomery.10.31 a m
Ar Mobile. 4.12 p m
Ar. New Orleans . S.30 p m_
Lv. Atlanta . 5.30 a m 4.15 p ru
Ar Birmingham . R-20 a ro 10.10 p ro
Ar. Memphis . . 9.30 p m 7.46 a in
Lv. Charlotte .... ? "? 10 ?? P m * m
Ar. Columbia . 1.8T a m 11.2o a m
Ar. Augusta . S.*J a m J <? P "?
Ar. Savannah . 6.00 a.m 2 67 pm.
Ar. Jacksonville . 9S? a ra p m
Ar. Tampa. ?->0 P ro t?.3Q a ta
? Daily except Sunday.
Pul l in it it I'ainee slerplnr C?ra.
For all information apply at
t'llj Ticket 'uffler. ? ????? tiinnby
Mreon. Thon? 1,3.
Baggage called for and cneckeir from
hotels and residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company on orders left at ticket oN
FRANK S. GANNON.
S<? V. President? and GonT Mgr.
J. CULP,' . y/- A. JTURK.
Traf Hp Mgr. Gen'l Fas* Art.
Washington, , D. .C,
W. H. DOLL. Pftss., Agt,. Norfolk. Ta,

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