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niotiov MavrUut
Bv Southern AssooiaAod Prsit. |
Saw York. Mnv 28.?Money on call eisy
rt lall por cent., closing at 1 per tent. Ster?
?ug exchange in Uriu. with actual business
In banket ?' bills at 487*4871 for Bixty days
? ud 4i$al8Si for demand. 1'osted rates.
4871*488}. Commercial bills, 486ialt>lil, Qov?
?mn.ant bonds, turn.
sue ktock market?ci/1siwc1 mus.
American Cotton Oil. 27J: American Cot?
ton Oil. l ref. 744: Auiericun Sugar HcQu
srics. 117; An oricau Sugar Henneries, prof,
$'}: American Tobacco. 1155: American To?
bacco, prof. 112; AtHiiBOU, Topoku and
Saat? Is. 7j: Baltimore and Ohio, 02; Can
?<ia Pacific 62; Chesapeake aud Ohio. 22is
Chicago and Alton, ISO: Chicago, Hurling
Ion aadQuincy. Wf| Chicago Gas Truet.731:
)!clawaro and I.akc.iwauua. 101: Distil
? rrt end Cattle Tenders. 201: Krie. Il{; Erie,
?ref.. 27J: General Electric. 841; Illinois Ceil
tral, 95; I uke Krio ami Western. 24}; Lake
1,'rio aud Western, prof.. 82: Lako Shore,
115!; Louisville und Nashville. 58?: l.ouis
tiU?. New Albany ami Chicago. 9(; Man-[
liattouConsolidated,114};Mempbisand Char?
leston. 16 askad; Michlgau Central.100}: Mis
?ouri Pacitic. 28J- Mobile and Ohio. ?:
t>Rshvillo ami Chattanooga. 66: United
(taten Cordago, 4t: L'uitod States Cordage,
irof.. 01: New Jersey Central, KiOJ: New
ttorlt Ceutral. IUI';: New York and New Eng?
land, 'IS*; Norfolk and Western, pref., 141:
Vortheru Pacific. 6J: Northern Pacific,
?ref., lflj: Northwestern. B8j; NorthwoBtern,
rrer. 1443: I'soliio Mail, 27}: Heading. 191;
J'.oek Island, ti?,:St. Paul.CO}: St. I'nul.prer.,
??20; SiWer Certitioatss. t?TJ: Tennewoa Coal
and Iron.281: Tennessee Coal and Iron.prof.,
|7: Texu? I'asitic. 12;; Union PaOific,
}4: Wabash, 91: Wabash. pref.. 19J; Western
t'nion. 92i; Wheeling and Lake Erie. I ll;
Vi'heeling ?nd Lake Erie,prof., 45; Alabama
? lass A, 10K; Alabamn. elass 11. 106, Alaba?
ma class G, 1*6; Louisiana 4's. K'O. North
Carolina 4's. Iti2: North Carolina ti's, 124;
Tennessee New Settlement 3?8. 80|; Vir?
ginia Oh. deferred, 8|; Virginia Trust Re?
ceipt-.. 6J; Virginia Funding Debt. 60; United
states 4's, registered U2j: United States 4's,
<ouiion?. 113; United States 2'k. 07: Sonth?
eim Railway 6's, 94; southern Railway
Common, 1";: Southern Railway Coininon,
pref., 89jj South Carolina li's, 108.
CUIemsro narin'ti.
Cnit itio, May 19.?The leading fntnro?
sanged as tnllows: Whoat closed lower.
Corn clofed !?.-.<? r Oats cloBod lower.
3 ork COlsad lowc r.
Wheat?May. 81; July, 82i.82}; September,
?2:1*2;. Closing?May. 70.; July, 80.; Sep?
tember. so;.
Corn- -May, 531a54; July, 6l*a55}: Septem
a.er. 6.">:?'*?'. Closing?liny, 62J: July. 53?!
1 eptembf-r. 51;.
Oath May. 31 j: June. 82; July. S2a:-3.
foptember. 32aS3}. Closing?May, ho;:
June, 80}; July, 811; September. 31,
Pouk?July,' 12.95: Heptember, 18.25. Clos?
ing?iuiy. 12.90; Septembnr, 13.17}.
l.?nt> July, 6.80; Heptember, 6.95. Clos?
ing?July, ?.s-?: Soptomuer, 7.oo.
Uibs?duly. G.50; September. 8.63). Clos?
ing?July. ?1.45; September, ?.C5.
flu liiinor.) tlarliol?.
baltimore, May 29.?Flour close! firm;
V, esteru superfine, 42S.m3.C0: Western
extia. $S.26a3.75 do Family. *3.i.*a4.20: ?iu
?9r ?heut \ atauts,$4.25ii4.t.0; spring do.$1.36
?4.CO: do straight, t4.15u4.26. Wheat, inac
t 10 and highor: No 2 red, .SlaSlJr; Steamer
l.o 2 tod. 7t>u78|C, Southern wheat by sam
sde, Bla88c: do mi grade, 79a8"c. Corn, easy;
jv'u2 mixed.B3ia58)e; stoumai mixed,66o. ln.i.
(loutbcru white coin, Z-jc; du rellow. 59{c.
4>ntsa firmly held; Ka 2 white Western, 37. a
18c No 2 mixed Western. 34a34)e. Provisions
rb sad firm: mot* pork, '$14 60; bulk
Shoulders, ttjcj short rib sides. 7ie: clear
sides,7(o; sugar cured shoulders, 7}c: b un-,
?mall. ll'c. Iirge lljo. Lard, refined, be.
Coffee, firm; No ?, I0iol6]e. Sugar, btrung;
frauulated, 14.70.
Now Vorn Alar trat?.
Nrw Yor.k. May 29. -Flour clojo I ijuiet
r.'.d : ? in wintei wheat, low grades, &J.76a
*. U; ub. fair to fancy, ta.75al.25; do, pa?
tent, $4.26*4.75; Minnesota clear, ?3 j.r>a
t.UJitfdo puunts, $4.15a6.20; low eitrud,
?)2.70aS.50; e::y utills. $4.40: do patents.
?i4.00a4.10. Souiborn llonr, quiet kiiu tt<a?lT;
common to lair extra, 9U.tl5u3.40: good to
??hoiee. do, 8'3.00a4.2ft. Win at cloned dull
?u i llrtn. No '2. red, iftore aud eh v?tor, 81 fa
S2C| ?float,821a82{C: ungraded red. IUjiJ?: No
t. red, l3ic Corn < lo=ed dull and
Arm; No 'j. h'.c, elevator; 59,0, atloai;
ungraded mixed, 661a59ie; steamer mixed.
tY7ia58{c; No 2. 48tu4?ic. O-.ts. dull and
Armer; No 2. :i:t:a Sic: No 'i white, 37t:
mixed Western. 33ii3Co;*wbito do, 37? lie. Cut
sneats, dml anil unsettled, pickled bellies.5.a
so; shoulders 6a5{e; hams, Sjsyjc; middles,
?lull und in.mm.il bhoit clear. li.'JO. Lard.
Qi mer und moderate di in.m.i. Western steam,
$16.924 asked; city, lli.2o Pork, moderate
slnmand and steady; moss,~i I.7?al4,50. Coffee
"-It'.o, quiet au.l steady; No 7. 10c. Sugai
liaw, quiet su>l e.isy; fair refining, 2 16 ltic.
itefined, quiet and steady; oil A. 4 in 12c;
rut loaf. ? l-ltiaflje; crushed, 5 MGa5|c:
fiowdered, 4 1-I0n4{o; granulated. 1 " li.al.c,
ft.iu?hnl A, 1 7-lfc'atte. cubes, 1 7-10alj,c.
Cotton .*! itrkata?
Sew Y.diK. .May 29.?Cotton futures
closed study. Bales, int.Km bile?. Mid?
dling gnl!. 7 6 8-: middling uplands,
I 8-80. Jiiuu. 7 13; July. 7 20; August. 7 21:
September. 7 29: Oct i er. 7 32; Noreiuber,
% ? fi December, 7 39; Jauuavv. 7 44; l ebru
nv. 7 43. March, 7 64. ?
'I he total net consolidated receipts of cot?
ton reported from all porn to-day were
i..07 bales; export to Ureat liritairi, ."02
iiiiles: to Trance, ? h'les. to Continent,
#,113 bules; stock; 525,579 balea,
LivRarooi.. May 29.?12:30 p. m.?Cotton,
flemstld fair ai .-to?ny |rr.8: American
sniddling,3 27-32d. s-..!e-.lu.iuo bules; Ameri
ruu.y.S?U baleS;specillatiou an.l esport. ri.nnO
?ales; receipts. f.ojo bales; Aluoricau, 3,70i'
taiOJ.
W11 im.IM f.K U (. o rAT IO
Nuuioi.K Va.. May 29, 1335.
?*rot*taioisa.
Fish?Maekeiel, No 2, in keg-, $4.50; new.
?mull. $12.50: new, nicdiuni, ?12.00; No.;, in
jcegs, $3,10; Herring, Family Roo, 4 barrel,
$2.75; North Carolina e;nt Herring, S3.25a
C.76: Eastern, in barrels. V2.75.i3.uu.
.Mr.ss I'ouk?Now. 1.50.
Ham?Pork. ?>12.',;>.
Hams -Smitblielil, J2al4c.
Bulk Mk\tx?Clear rib. $6.90: fat backs,
Cje; bellies. ?0.C0.
Bhocloekk??sugar cured, 7)c.
Bacon?Shoulders, '? e.
UnKARTf?Mignr cured, 9lc
I.Ann-Pure lard, tierces, 7'o. ensos and
jubs, 8o. oompound, 5jc; tieroes, in cases.
OoBEaK?Cream, I0al2e: Western Dairy,
talllc.
Roma?New York State, dairy, new. 2ia
$.'c: frcsli creamery.2.1a2lc: Western, lt.also.
Kerouenr ijii -firm: 112 degroos, lie;
CO degrees. 13)c; Red. 1?0 degrees, 140.
I'rntliic e.
retrLTBY?Chickens, old, 2Sa33c: spring
ebn keiis, 2Ua::u .
Euos?Whob tale. 10c por doz.
Reemwax 26c per poaim
TnucK-rlrlsb potatoes - Kating potatoes,
92.25a2.69 per sack: Usymaus, dull, tl.uo.i
1.25; yellow, $1.00aL25, Onions. ?2.60 por
ag; BsimuCa OUlOus, $1.50 erat?.
Southern Fbcits?i'ananas. $1.25 per
bunch: oranges, tiorronto, per box,$3.00;
coconuutu. $4.00 per bag or 100; pineapples
7nSc: lemons, ti.
ft rain.
Pear?Steady: Black eye uoas, , $2.50
per baglBlack, tlal.10 per bushel.
Corn?Southern white. Arm uuJ wantod,
Mo.
Oats?Steadv; Mixed. 88a.; wbito, 42a.
Mm, Kkki>?Market steadv; Brun. *T8.C0a
19.011: shiputufl'. or middliiiKS. <10.00al8.60t
meal, whito bolted, per SO lbs.. Cue.
Hay-No. It Timothy, ,?16.00; No. 2,
$11.00. _ . 1
Peanut Market,
Market steady; Prime.|!;o: striotly prime,
2Jc; fancy. 250; common,llsSo; Spanish, 93o.
AinoiitjUnr Coltnn .>luu.
Fine rain in texas. Temperatnre ris?
ing in other portions of cotton bolt
and more favorable for growing crop.
Liverpool futaro contracts olosed
firm '2 to 3-64tbB advabco.
New York futnre contract market
advanced 0 to 7 poiuts, closing steady,
August, 7.21 to 7.25; October, 7.32 to
7.33; January, 7.44 to 7.45. Sales,
153,100.
Messrs. Ionian, Swan &. Co., stopped
tho June notices in New York yester?
day, which strengthened tho oDutraot
market.
Port rccoipls yesterday were 2,007
bales, againRt 1,380 bales last year aud
3,427 bales ,u 1803.
Tho Cotton Exobange throughout
the United States will be closed to day
in observance ot National Memorial
Day. _ _
When Baby- was sick, wo gave her Castorfs,
When sho was a Child, she cried for Castorla,
When sho become Miss, she clung to Castorla,
When ehe bad Children, she gave them Castorla.
SHIPHNGJIEWS.
Ports of Norfolk and Portsmouth
May 29, 1896.
ARRIVALS.
Br atmp Thomati Melville, Ma-wick.' Bos?
ton tu Fort lamps, to Wui Lanib A Co.
t oalod and sailed.
Pr atnip flF Mathtws. Olsen. Beaufort, S
O, to Nantes. France, 10 Wm Lamb A Co.
Goalo 1 mm sailed),
lir simp Wo?thai 1. Morgau, Savannah to
Barber A Co. to load.
Sehr Ii ? Nowmnu, Ca9wolt, Providence,
light.
Sehr J M ll.-.rlow, Sopor, New Xork,
light.
Sehr Mnrgarot B Bopcr. Cranmer, Boston,
ligbt.
S.br Polio of the.Bay, with 14.000 blue
Osh.
Seht C.oorge U Meekins.McCalli ter. Balti?
more, with eOUl.
? iir i'arrio S Allen, ?ith 1.800 bluelieh.
s. hr Oi u 1.1 ant. with 1 ,.(iu bluellsh.
Toi; L Luckcnb.ien, Williamson, with
tow.
Tug Walter A Lttckenbacll, Will'n, New
York, ? ith barg, s Coal King. Yonkers and
Irauk Pendlet .ill, to Win Lamb A Co. for
coal.
MKMOIUNDA.
Or bark Kohllla, IKytr. from Havre, is
in Hampton 11, a u.
Rehr Mary bee IM Ion. Stecltuau, from
1 n irl. ston to lira ic, passud in the Capes
at i in a 111.
Sehr Mag.io .1 Liwren e, Halloivay. from
( harleitou, pasted In the Capes at 7.30 a m.
Sehr I agio Wilig, Van flora, from iralem,
arrived a; Newport News.
Oai-k Hr.Nitv. Va . May 2'.'.?12 M.?Cloar.
North ?in I; 10 miles. Light sea.
CLEARED.
S hr Annio E llc\iiokla. Hill, Baltinior',
with lumber.
A Healthy Skin
A Beautiful Complexion
insured by the use of
A purifying, healing, med?
icated Soap. An up-to-date 6>
necessity for the toilet and {$>
bath.
Price 35 cents,
FOSTER MEDICINE CO.,
BALTIMORE, MO.
FOSTER'S GERMAN AKMV AND
NAVY CURB for Skin diseases is ?
permanent snd unfailing remedy for
r'cteina, Salt Klicum, Tetter. Kisg
Warm, Poison Oak. Pimples, blotches
0 and every form of rmptiun. luulu- a
w. tilde* .rttify t.i its merits. ^
(m 50 cents per box. (f)
?) e)
0Vi>5/Sv?. ? ft* ft*S ft ??> ft *> S/S^S/evS/S ?
????seeeeeeoseteeeeoeeeeee
I TtiosB Hurt Books. !
o Unit moMly in tho prices?a little 3
? shopworn, a bit scufled, eovern bumped o
? ?mostly no worse tl nil t' cy u be alter O
? you'd ntr<\ them a low duvs?but the ?
JJ 1 ri es uro half or i|UMrter, or oven ?
o Me. 76c. $1 ami $1.2? Ito.-k ? at 19c?J
Ciati 1 that \iay ull n'oue the line, at o
? TCO tVlAIISJ STREET. ?
coeeco<9coe9C9?ooee)?eeoee>ee)
tiUAf. AND Willi?. ?o>l, \ > I) Wllllll.
DRY I '^f^^M^^0 W0?D1
A. 8. COOI'Klt. in nramlileioii avetiue.
LPHO K T I A N But Kud Lorltt avenue. Phone .".so fnrd lull o( Coil
? L Ii K 1 O 1 1 A 1" ? nud Wood, 1'rlccs an low n? anylxaiv. I'iii<-?t |j, Hilm for
???ing?-oi.oity. PROMPT DELIVERY.
LUMBER, WOOD, COAL ICE.
Have on baud goo 1 Fouclog Boardg at $9 por in; whole Oe lar Pott. 15o each
Best Pine and Oak Wood. *."i por cord; board Bad) aud Dry Slab Wood. $3 por
cord; Anthracite Coal. ?5.50 per ton; Soft Coal for (irales, $5 per ton: Steam Coal,
$3.73 per ton; Ice, Natural and Artitloial, U M por ton. f
Gi S. BRIGGS, <
OJffioe Xo.48Commerce,nefU' ATf 11 n _
^^^ard Kast End Palklaud and Cuarlotto s'.roots. Tolephones No. i'.n "u,1^,^^ J
COAL I
$5.50 Per Tob-2.240 Poi?s-CASH!
bawlings, nichols & co.
fPhotie, tUB. Offico slid Yard, 8 Nlvison street, next east of ferry.
DR7 SI.Ml WOOD AND DO ARD ENDS. $:( PEB COIID.
BEST OAK AND PINE WOOD. 8AWF.D AND BPL1T, $7 PEB CORD
CHAS. K. SCOTT,
PHONE.2J1. Corner La?ett aud ttesorvolr avenues.
coal.
??im.
I O UOUSEKEEPKR8?jusf ricelVeU. 100 Icord
I uice, dry l*lu? Wood, ?hieb will gladden iho
hearts of your cook! and make the ?? obeerful.
??nd au order. Phons 77S. IU>. II. LKE, I'.ast End
Bute extended, late Assistant Sltecl Itinpectul.
GOAL! COAL!
, All kinds and sizes ot
Best Quality 1
Constantly on baud.
L.I IVI EZ,OEllVl EIINT,
PL i ST ER. BRICKS LATHS
TERRA COTTA PIPE,
Sewer, Drain ani CMmuey Pips.
-ALSO
FANCY CHIMNEY CAPS.
Batcheldor & Collins,
No. 65 WATER STREET.
Wholcsalo aud Retail Dealers iu
Anthracite and Bituminous Coals
DOMESTIC AKB FOUNDRY COKE,
Pine and Oak Wood.
We have special facilities for handling
large qualities of the celebrated
Pocahontas Steam Coal
at tho N. A W. It. It. pier.
We in ke a specially of carload and eargo
fchipinents of all si.'.rs ANTHRAOl 1 ti COAL
from our At'autic city wharf, aud also
din- t from Northern ports.
OEOriGlA GREEK Ci MRERLAND COAL
for blacksmith, ptuposes In lurgo or small
quantities.
Wo ku .rauteo to the retail trade the
LOW EM- MARKET PRIDE tor 2,240 pounds
of coal.
We are also manufacturers an t dealer in
N. C. Kiln Dried P.ougU aud Dressed
The Nottingham & fan Co,,
52 MAIN STREET, NORFOLK, VA.
ANTHRACITE:
NOT, FTJRKAOE, k G, STOVE, Well
soroene 1
FOR CRATES:
SPLINT (Real Snlinti. RUSSELL CREEK,
POCAHONTAS LUMP, TOM'S OREBK
QUANliTV AND QUALITY GUARANTEED.
Ccol oi Gil Kinds Qiid m seosene? weed lor sole.
CEO. W. TAYLOR & CO,,
ICO. 47 UKANBV B'I'REEf,
CaTPbouo 31.
Irwin's Twin City Express,
W. T. IRWIN & CO- PROPRIETORS.
CFITCE?hmi WATER st.. NO It KOLK, VA.
Ample facilities for hauling anything to
and from auywhere in tho three cities. Tele?
piiaac No- C, Charges reasonable.
TU tVELKits? (IUIDK?
/ ?LYDE'S UEUUliAK 1-1 N'K MV^MsTHT^"
V PHILADELPHIA?"uv Jtrecl
IIb? from Norfolk io Pb ladelirida.
Until further orders, steamers uro appt
sali ii.?m Norfolk every Munds?. Wednutdjy und
fcatnrda7atGp. n1?, an ' from Philadelphia evory
Tuesday, Thursday and r'aturdsv.
'1 htougli Kills ol" lading !?? Sil points South and
Southwest ?is S. A M. Atlantis Coast l.incuhd
Virginia snd Ttnncsser Au Um ltnlhoad.
JAMI.- W. McCAltltlCK,
GeneralFeuthcrn Agent, Norfolk, Va..
w. P. CLYDEA 10,
Agnats, Philadelphia.
i Oll niCIIMoNli, PKl f.Ksltl l;i., tll.H 111 NT,
I' CLAREUONT. NEWPORT NEWS aud .tarnt*
river landing* direct by daylight? Virginia N?vi
galiouCompany.'. Elotani btranier POi aii11.* 1 .s
leaves Clyde's Wharf. ri..i ic.lt. . very TUESDAY,
tiii;i:m>ay andSATURDAY ?1 7 a. n., touehtag
at l'cr I-mouth, ?tit* Point. Nenpoit News going
mid returning, arriving tl Itubiuono njioiii ftp.
m, connect lug ?? tb ah evening trains, Fare 10
Itlchaioad si- "; fore to Richmond und return
12.80; faie to Rlahmond second-elsa*. tl Tickets
much cheaper thai by any oilier route lo Iticlt
niond, Petersburg, Wavcrly llieksford aud stall.
on Atlantic und Danville mdroad and all point
vi? Kii'hmond. Tickets for sale ai tlckrl agencie
ol Walke ,t Son, ii Hrandt and ?11 hosrd steamer.
??-1 reicht received dally,Sunday except cd, for
ullsboic named twinl'.
JAMES W. UtCARRL h\
AkciiI.
A
T1.ANTIC AND DANVILLE RAILWAY
:-< IIEDULE IN EF1 KCT JULY 1st. 1891.
Leave shippers1 compress wharf, Norfolk, daily,
o-'ju a, in.
' Leave We t N"..rfo!k, dally, 15 s. m.
l or Danville snd all intermediate stations, ar?
riving id I'uuvilh- ul 5.2 ? 11, ui.
Lease Norfolk, 6:20p. m.
ImtiWttl Norfolk,6:45 p.m.
For Luwrencevltle and Intermediate point-;, ar
riving Ijawr.nccvlllr ut it p. m.
I.eav,- Lawrcneevllle dally icxrepl Suuday)atO
a. in., arriving si baavHIs ut tu a. m.
Connection made si paavllls and Jeflress Junc?
tion f rail points lit the Southern Railway system;
at DenniMon Junction let- Inuham. r both Boston
and all tniim ?n the l>iirhuiu Division of the N.
A W. It. It.
Pullman Sleepers letwer-n Danville, Asheville,
Atlenta Augusta. Meiupht ?od New Orleans,
Tickets on sale and bagrage rhe-ked si Wolke's
Acenev Company'! Agency st arharf, Norfolk,
W. V. 'H. Williams'Atene*. Portsmouth:
' w 11. 'i ay i.on.
General Paasengei Afcout.
CHAS. o. hain't.-.Superintendent,
For over
fifty years
Soothing Syrup
has been used for children WbtlS teething
It soothes the child, softeu the gums, al?
lays ull pain, cures wind Cholic, rognlates
the Hiotnaeh and bowels, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twanty-flve rents ?.
bottle. Sold by all druggists throughout
tho world. selG-su.w
PClil<*eit?r'? Fngllib Diamond liranil.
ENNYRQYAL Pll
_/V~>v Orlgtnid and Only tlcnuln
4^ g^aTai.* swetker. atyua? ian?n*
I ? (????. 1 , a. < ? . . '
\ Jfk dsn ?r.j ?? n-n.-r r?, l.i.SI,...- in Iflfer,
?/lr l'return il?iL 1 o.ouo TssUsssalsls.
Chfpbeafer Cbetalc-ul Co., UodUon Mquarc,
H, : ?J all Loci Dngshu l'bllud?.. Pa,
111 HELLO!! HELLO!!!
THE NORFOLK UfEPHONE EXCHANGE
Dffera eonimuuicalion tYiln over ol -ut
liuudre.l tut. cribers. Aro you On too
ist.- If not can you aftori not to have
a telephone at your place of business ?
And What a comfort and safeguard it 18
tuhavo a telephone at your rosnl nee.
Attention is oallotl to Ina LONG !>!*
'JANCK SYSTEM OK Wilt ES, by which
communication i to bo hud, upon pay?
ment 01 a small toll, with Nowpoi t Now*,
Hampton. Chesapeake City, Old Point.
Nuflolk. Stnithtiol I. Barrett's snd Chucit
stnok
cull on the mauagar, or send him wor t
und he will call on you.
,i. W. Oll' WS. Manager.
C. E. Mo?LUKlt, District Supt. fo24-tf
In the Corcoran Art Gallery,
WAS1I1N0TON, V. 0..
Is n celebrate I painting entitle I the
' Lost Dogs Neither of ttio uog*afore?
said resemble the one we advertised for
nil of last weck nud didu t get. The
dogs in the pi turo are the kind kuu? u
as "Pinter Dogs.1 The ? pin- for von
to remember is that we do Printing?do
it cheaply, neat y aud expodiuoaslv.
<ii.ii iio.iiimon
A PERMANENT CURE
oiihtiuost obstinate casts guaranteed lu I rum 3
to fc> days; nt> "i her matmeiu i? nulred. und ?/Uli
out the nauseating rcvjult, ul do-lug with Cubdhs
t opaii .. or Oasdal \\ uoj. J. FEURfi A CO., i>ui
ita>ttisiu BnvJi Pbsraiacien, Palls, At alt drug
?Mus otls-U
?I ll A Vt-.l,ttlt*> I1UIDE.
vorfoleand .sou rn I:hn[~r A1LROAUTcom^
i> PANY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY -1.1833.
MAIL AND I XTKESS l.KAVES NORFOLK
dully uo| t Build.*/) 11:43 a. in. lor Elisabeth
city, Edentou, Mackey's Forrr, Refer, Panier?,
Bcluavt u, <vc. Counccta at Edgiiu.n with N. Jt S.
It. K sluumcr ai follow*: Daily (except Sundav)
lor 1'lyinointi aud Windstr. TUFSUA Y, THUR*.
I'AV and SATCHDAY for all landings DM UlioWuu
river,on MONDAY' and FRIDAY for Srupaeraon ?
river, and WKDNESDA Vfl lor Salmon i nek. Con?
nect* al He'lhavpu with slsaiiior Viigluia Dura for
Makelowille. Smith Creek, Aurora, Washington
aud liiicrmcrilato landings. Connect* al hlliaboth
i it ?I h steamer'New ?.i ?? Monday, Wednesday
ruiI 1'iWIay for Newberno, N. C,direct.
EVENINO EXPRESS I.EAVKS NORFOLK 4:10
1). in. daily . exeunt Sun day) for KllMUntll < "it y,
lalenton and way-Htaliune. Connects hi Elisabeth
City with ths slMi'vi Ncitse Tuesday, Thurnluy
and Kaliiritsy for Newborn, Itoauoke lilaud an I
Mm fin mi Ulty, Klnston and Q.Vdsburro via a. .V
N. C It. It.. and lor Jacksonville. Wllnilngtou, N.
C.aud all stations on the W. N. .V N. 1:. |;
AT RIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAILAND EXPRESS dally Except Sunday) at
4 Sip. nl., aud Ex ores* (tally (except Sunday] it il
a. n.: contnit with all tail and slcsm Itui . ut Nor?
folk for the North, Kaa'. nod Weot. Fasscnuir Sta?
tion foot ol Ea?t Man. stiert. Norfolk aud West?
ern depot. . rjlgntaiauun .hi itnieratrert,
li AS TP P.N CAROLINA DISPATCH. PAST
C, FREIGHT LINK AMD OLD DOMINION 1.1MB
between til points North and East via Norfolk and
Norfolk and Southern llallmud to Eastern North
Carolin?.
freight reefired dally m HI .'? |i w and for?
warded ptoniptly at low rates
lor runner mil.hu ii.hi applv to tin' (itncral
OUlcu of tho N. A S. It. It. Co., Norfolk Va.
II. c. ItUIIUINS,
Ctneral Fulght and 1'iusengci AgcuL
M. K. KING,
General Man.igor
IR.R.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 13, IMS.
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
7: in u.|u>.?"?"lie Clllcacro ICx|iren-l'or
Pi'lcrstiiirtT, IC I r Ii ui u n il
mill Wuatiliietnii. nlsii lor
I v iiclilMtra, loimii ii <-.
II uu lord, ii i "? 11. i .i. ??<>
< 1.1. ii i ii s. Ki'iiatvn. <
limit...? ami ? In en uT<>.
Slnaiior i.i'r in ? ?>
tumbu* wlllioiil t'liunitc.
/> isn tor fninatll. Itn.iol,
Ii ll?x v IIIt". I liiiiinii.ioirn
tin.i ItsteiriiieillialtJ I'uliiia.
10:CO p. u. ?For Feiamiiuig, Radlnnl, fulaski,
Bristol; vlfo for llliiufield, mid I'o
taltoniia; als? for Rocky Mount
and all nation! on Wlnston-Salein
Diviaion. Ha' Pnllnian sleeper
Norfolk to I; mnokc Counsels at
Roauuke id g in in with Wash
Inctnn and ( ;i i't i. limited
lor all pulnls South ami WVit. Pull?
man sleepers Roanoke to Momphli |
Mid New Orleans. Din ng ear et
tai hp i
A I! It 1 V E ?Norfolk dully, 8.20 a in, 1I:2S a in
Htffil n m.
_NORFOLK .\Nr? men MONO.
IVrSTIIlPt.i: 1 lull Kl). I
Leave Norfolk 4:;i? p id, arrLe
Richmond 7:00 p in, connecting lot 1
Washington. Iialilmore. I'hlladt'- ;
pbla and New York. Returning,
ia?\r Itiehmond 'j:uu a dj, arrive
Norfolk li-.-.i a in. Htopi only at
BuOtolk, Wavirly aud Pcleraburg,
Si-i ond-ila's Ihkets not acenptel
lot paisiec oil the tmin
Othi-r dullt trnliis h ave Norfolk
7:ii| in arr'ivo at Klebmond 11 u.
a in. Iteinrnini;, icare Riciiniond
7:1 , n in: an i.i' at Nurfo k 1 : A :
pm.
I'or fuitlicr InfOiiiiation as to llckels, ratfs, l>?e
fW, rln ckf. ele., call on or address 11 W COURT.
NET, District Passenger Agent; c. 11. BOSLEY',
Tlelcot Agent, 00 Mam ?tnot,eornorof Oranby, or
C.I", Flucb, Ancnl, ilipoi Norfolk and Western
taihoad. ' W. H III \ ILL,
i.i nciai Passenger Agont,
General Ofllcs, Itoauoke, Va.
S.A.L.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST
ROUTE SOCHI. ONLY 17 UOURSTO
ATLANTA.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT .SUNDAY' MAY f.,
IMA
SOUTH BOUND.
No. 41* No, 403?
l.v Not folk Ferry.j 'J 0.". a in ti :ti> p m
l.r I'orisiiiouth. ? 1,1 a DJ 'J On p ui
Ar Miftolk .! S 63 a Ui !l Hp
Ai Franklin. . . In SJ a in lu 23 p
Ai Boykins .ll 01 a til n oi p m
Ar P.-uillelon. N C.II 25 a ui.
Ar MurfreeaLoro.N.
i C.11 r,0 a m1
Ar Lewlttan, N C., i 7 un p tut.
Ar VVeldon. NC. ll 48 a im II OS pni
Ar Henderson, N.
C.D.' 1 45 p m! 4 2> a m
A i Dnrbsm, N C.j 4 op p tu! v :w a
Ar Kalenfli. N C.I :; :;'i p iu .. :C .t
Ar -o. PlDes, N i . . .I || 04 |, nil 7 "2 ; a
Ai Hamlet, N C.... ; uo p ml s n- a m
Ar Wadeib ro, N i .| ; fl- |, m ? 49 a
Ar Muiiroo, N C, S.
ami K.,.I t tt p in' 9 80 a iu
Ar Charlotte, N. C.in to p at lu a m
Li Moinoe, NC . 1 ., 1 . ., ni ? y, ,, D>
A' < besUr, S 1 . in ;,s , ,? 11 06 1
Ar 1 Union..- C . ,., !, ,? ,.,
Ai iii.?nnuiil,s ('.; , ?, ? m iu -,
Ar Align,tu, IIa .'II _.u ;, ra r> :o |l 111
Ar Al.l.Hvilie, S C.I I ?am I SI ?*?'!
Ar hlbSrtou, Oa.i ... 5S ? ni u ,?
Ar Athens, Oa. 4 u;: a m :i ?i7 p
Ar Mai on, 1 .:i .
Ar Atlanta, Ua.
. 7 SO p in
6 20 a ml 4 Oj p iu
?Daily B? Itrcikfssl. D?Dinner. S?Snpner.
No. 41 ronnccl nl Weldou with A. C. Line. 1'ull
niau s?| eri I'ortsiuoiith to 10 Atlanta. Oa.
On Mondays. Wednesdays, and Fridays ion
Dccta at Franklin with alvaiuers Oil re for Eden
loli ml Liming on the rtfer. Con:ecls at
Palei^li with Southern Railway for Asberlile, N.
C.aud ah iiiteruicdiate noinU on theW. N. C.
R. It.
No 411.! and 41. Ycilibnlo Liiniled Train, No
extra t ire Weldon to Atlanta Pullman Sleener
|vriKuiuulh iu ,<il ilia, Oa. lOnueta directly at
At snla. with W and A It. It. lor CbStlannoOgM.
Nafhville, and a 1 n>mt- West Connects with A.
aud Wf. I*. I!. I!, for Mobile Montgomery, New
Oiliaus and all pnuii Southwest.
ARRIVE.
?No. 40, Atlanta?Declal 7:30a m
? No. .'IS. Mail aud ExpraSI .':" ' ? iu.
I or tickets :;iiu nagenge checked to t'.l jiolnls
booth iu I Sonthwest, sleeping car re-rrvation and
z neral Information, paH on <?r address IV, V. II,
Wllllanil Hi Illicit sire t, Poi'-nionili. a
T. J.ANDERSON. I J.W.BROWN,Jr.,
Hen. I'axj Agent. I Pa?, and Ticket Agt,
EST. JOHN, JOHN II. WINDER,
Vi? o-i'i f-idcot. I General Manager.
No. 15 Wntor street. Norfolk, Va.
ENGINES, BOILERS. SAWMILL and alt
kind! cf machinery of the mo t improved
patterns. Also loruiriug at the shortest
noti' u Particular attention to steamboat
work DUVAL'd PATENT BOILER TUBES
KKRRULE3 ave the only porf.et remody
lor it iiky boder tubes. . 1 <y oau bu iusertecl
in u few iiiinuus by any eutiueer, and are
WaxranUdflu fiWp leaks,
'I- IIA V KI, ??: II V? tl I D K.
^OHFOLK AND OCEAN VIEW l'.AI I.LOAD.
SCHEDULE OK TRAINS IN EFFECT MAV
1st'. IS'.?"1.
LeaveNorfolk. Leave Ocean View.
5:45 a. iu.
7:00 a. iu.
Iiaup, a'.
:? :m |.. in.
?B:Ui)p.m
udflu. in,
11 30 1. in.
2: I" |i. iu.
N.3Q?, in.
,6:15 p. ui.
SUNDAY TRAINS.
10:30 b. III. 2:00 p. iu.
.1:00 p. m. 0:0u p. m.
?Ssturdays unir.
On IrSioa lraiing Norfulk at .1:1.1 and 7:00 ft. m .
and Iicciiu Vlow at 8:18 p. tu., the Lire will BO .-, I
cents earb nay, all nlhor tr.ni.h 10 runts eaeh truy, '
AH ttalns stop at tbo lulloiting siuthma: Princess
A iiiii- Avenue. Uhtnalr, Fiust'i, Bir/sardj Neck
ICoa.l. Kiiiips.in'-. out Farm I: :rl, t hlllpott'* CroM
Ing, Oak Wood, ChrUtlao'i Mill, fitiys. am all
cluii stations,
II. U Pauk. Yf. A. BARRITT. Jr.,
Seo't'y and Trea\ Don't M'g'r.
tPHE NORFOLK, Al.lil.MAHI.i; AND ATLAtf
A TIC RAII.ItOAiaCO.
St ims w. Hurt. i ?.
W. Van norokn, | Receivers.
TIME) TAULB.No. 2? IN KI'T'F.OT BUNDAY,
APRIL21( 1806. ATCIO'I LO<:K A m.
LKAI Ii .NuliKoi.K,
C::i0i in, Daily, elciplSunday. Mixed.
V:V.'i a in. Ually. mu|s only i
I.. ll.lllllTen und Oces .
12:'.'.'pur Dally, Loral Express.
8:20 f. in. Dally. I... - I- iprrsa
G: Op in. Daiiy except .Sunday. Loesi Ba>
press.
7:"? pm. Sunday unly. laical Express.
8:4.'. p.m. Dal y except Sunday. Through Ex?
press.
11 avk VIRGINIA iii:aoh.
t Keuipsvlllo,
t i a in. Iinny
at
1:18 a m.
10:0 ? n ru.
1:18 pui.
2:80 p in.
6 i u p
i-xiopt Sunday. Sio.is only
ma, Lyonbaveii and Keuips
?!!??
Dally except Sunday. Local Ka
prosa,
Sunday ouly. I.oenl F.xprcsi.
Uallv except Sunday. Ml rod.
Dally, Tbiough EXpros*.
Daily, Sii*"suuly ai Ocenoa,Lynn*
haven and K in svllle.
6:10 pin. Sunday only, laical F.xprrsj.
7 18 i ??<? Dal y exc.pt .-ii.ida.. I.e. at Ex*
I reas
trains slop null on signal id liiiemudliito
r!;>? I. inpel on or Inkenn pas-eiiircrs.
Through Exi>ri-a<i Trains make the trip ts
thirty-five ininiitea; Local Exprcsi Tralus
forty-five minutrs.
Ai'imn Carls attached toall Pa*S?nger tralai.
Sent, ???.rents each. P. HOLLAND,
Gent-rtu hUperitl ton dent.
CHESAPEAKE
AND
OHIO RAILWAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAI 20tb, is.ii.
TWO FAST TRAINS KOR RICHMOND!
TWO THROUGH TRAINS I UI! CINCINNATI
WESTWARD,
No. 1. No. II.
I.? >in?i.itli. 6 to a in .1
Lv NorlolK. < eo a ui1.
Lv old Point .! 7 :-.o a iu .
Lv Nrnin.it News, j 8 01a nr.
Ar itiohnivnd. 10 :u a ml. I
? * 1 iu nil.(Ill :18 a in] 2 :t0 p in
Ar Washington 18 4U p IUI.
Ai W.C.iituii i or.-,- ? ; 83 ji in S '.7 p inj
Hut 1.i ii,? . .i :i ,11 |i in
p iu
pui
pni
Ai i. n In Sjiphur.
Ar l.'lncintiatl.
Ar Louisville.
Ar Cbleagu.
At Hi Louis.
?j It p in
s mi a iii
11 89 a ui
A .10 p in
8 86 p in
8 00
I 80
4 Hit
a
c 80 ji in
n in p in
in 80 |. in
8 2u a in
0 18 a in
t; 88 n in
p in
p in
a in
a in
ii 88
1 IijIIv. rxt spi Similar. Other time l>.i lv.
No. 8?For W. Chiton I ur;?. Dslly, PoitS
moutbtoltleh ond. Except Sunday, hichni
lolV.I Hi..ii Forge. Pullman Palate Car Old Pi
? iebmond.
S'o, l?Fur Cincinnati Daily. Pullman ^Isapers
t'bntond It CLirluuatl and Ootdousvllle to St.
iitlr. Meals ?er vod cu Uiulng far west ol Oor
I doasvllle,
. 3?For <Tt o nnu'i Dally. Pullman Sleepers
srlllo to Cm -
1 on HiLiug Cars
Norfolk dslly
Old Point 10 HiiiI.iii uii I II
nail and Loulsvlll ? Meals
w. ?t ol i lur lonavil o
Mi uoi. i Louise arrives a
noon and . i ?'. p. ut.
Fur fur.her Infot llinllon i i ply lo
II.T. I It'll.KK, hurtngcr Acrid,
C. A o. Ticket Oltne, (iiauhy street,
Under AH.in'i, Hotel
JOHN l>. I'O TS,
Division Pusieuger AgonL
Cape'] New YOlt
diaries - pitfiadeipiila and
Route J NonoIRB.lt DO.
SIX HOURS QUICKER THAN ANY OTHER
LINE
THROUGH DA Y AND NIOHT EXPRESS EACH
WAV.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAV 5. lStfi.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
7-4S a m daily. escepl Minday ?(Portsmouth
High Street. 7:38 a. in.I Arrive ut Phlla
delphla 6:52 p. m ; Now Vurk at <t:3U
p, tu.
' LEAVE NORFOLK.
C'10 p. m daliv. (Puiiaiiiuir.il, lligli ;trcH 5:M
Arrivect Philadelphia 5:10a. in.;) New
Vurk ;: I t a in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK
?1-00 *. m. dailv, (Portsmouth. High street. 910.)
leaving New York H p. in.; l'biladclphu
' Al'lltivi. AT NORFOLK.
8 05 p iu. daily except Minday .-(Portsmouth,
Hlgb street, 815 p. m.). leaving Now
Voik at 8. a. n.j Philadelphia, 10:20 a. in.
Close connri ii >n uiadu vtitliall rail and suund
lines tu aud Iroin Ho.ion.
Pulliiiuu Sleeping Cars on night trains i.ttweoa
Jersey City, Philadelphia ?od Cap* Charles. Pull*
uieii Buffi I and Parlor ? arson day traitu betwOeu
Fblutdelphla and 1 ape Charles. ?
CO*-|1irougb Tickets sold and baggageobecked
at Walkes Agency, under AlUOtlc Hotel.and ou
ibc.tesmrrs. It II. toOKI-.
Qene:al A^eiiL
VURIXILK AND CAROLINA RAILROAD CON?
DENSED SCHEDULE.
IN EFFECT NOVEMBER is. 1891.
I No. 103.
Twll? "'ally
"any. I Sunday.
STATIONS.
Lv Norfolk, Va. ! 8 40 a
ArSudolk,
Ar Tunis, N. C.
A i llobgood.N, C.
- Tarl.uro N. C....
Ar Rocky Slount.N.C.
Ar Willlauston.N. C.
Ai Plyiiioiith. N. C.
Ar Washlflgfon, N. C.
Ar Kln?ton, N. C.
Ai VVil.n c.
Ar ?otdsborn, N. ?'.
Al WlliuinKtun, N. C.
Ar Fav. tl.-ville, N. C.
Ar l- lorence.S. C.
ArCharlestoa, s. c.
Ar Columbia, s. c.
A r Aukikis, Ca.
.\r A!I,nta, IIa.
Mscoo.Os.
Ar Savanoab. tia.
At .1 ii ksonvllle, Fla.
a r Selm*, N. C.
Ar Raleigh,N. C.
Ar Oreensnoro.N.C. .
Ar Asbevilln, N.C.
-M u m
10 88 a iu
,11 57 a in
12 20 p ni
12 .".0 p bi
I 58 p in
:; 08 p m
.". 48 p ui
4 80 p in
V 15 b i
II 13 p 111
10 nu )i in
8 80 a in
12 IS p tu
00 a iu
1 19 u in
7 no a iu
2 .-s p m
: I Ofi p in
7 20 p nu
3 40 p m|
2 10 p iii
03 p m
4 0'J v in
5 25 p in
5 80 p m
0 28 p in
7 ?o p in
'j i>0 p ui
7 35 p in
7 35 p m
10 59 p ui
7 20 a ui
10 00 a at
12 SI a m
. i 00 u tn
8 10 a in
U I i tu
* 101 m
IS IS p UI
11 00 a UI
7 85 a ...
13 CO lion
111 tu pm
No. 2,1 Daily, ronncils with A. C. L. train 23 for
nil points South.
No. I0J Daily except Sunday, makes close con
Di-rtion at llobguod fur \V.i<Uiuu<on,N. C. Elus?
ion, N. C. Plymouth. N, C. and all Eastern Caro?
lina puitits; al-o ot It... ky Mount with A. C. L
train 85 for all points South.
Trains arrive at Nurfols fi:0". p. in. dally. Also
at lo 25 a.m. dally, exuept Sunday.
BsKsng.? checked at company* Norfolk wharf
and al-o at utrice of P***engei and Ticket Agent,
US Main rtrcet. ? ,
For tickets to nil points South, sleeping car
reservation and cericrahiuforiiiatiiiuu, cAII oa or
addiess J. A. NEUC.EBAUER.
i's'ifii:? and Ticket Ageot.
Ames f. maupin.
General Forwarding Agent.
T. M. EMERSON,
General Freight and Parscnger Agent,
G. M. BEHfELL,
[ Sanea-aJJfsaagsr, Norfolk,
TltAVF.r.EHft' ??/HIE.
BALTI -MIHI: ~STIiAM pTcKET~'^Mp'ji?iE
(BAY LINE.)
REDUCED RATES BY THE FAVORITR URtmX
QUICKEST PASSENGER AND FREIOHX
ROUTE BETWEEN THE NORTH
AND SOUTH.
COMMENCING MONDAY. MAY 13, I89A
Et Portsmouth. II Uli street..?..f. 'Opia
I.t Norfolk, Main (.licet.+6 3'J p m
Lv Ohl l'olul. Hygela Plor.f? 00 p m
Ar Ralllniote, Union Dock.... 7 30 a m
L? liiltlruori-.
Ar Phlladelph a..
Ar New York... .
HOCTlf BOUND.
Lv New York.
Er Philadelphia..
Ar IJaltiuture ..
8 01 a in
1 I'D p in
10 47 a ui
i i 10 p in
441pm
7 00 p in
B. A O. B. B.
?7 60 a Bl
?10 IS a tu
?12 35 nooa
B. Si O. R. B.
4.1 30 p m
3 20 p in
6 20 p m
J.v Baltlniote, Union Dock.......to sopta
1.? 1'iltl'iiorr, Canton. 7 00 n in.
atom poim.:::::::..:::...:::::::?ooSS
Ar Norfolk. . 7 00 a a*
Ar Portsmouth.8 SO a m
Tha trip by these steamers allords a most enjoya?
ble anil on the Chesapeake Bay, pa-slug throug!?
Hampton Roe's und Harbor of Norfolk, with view
ol all 'objects oi Interest incident to those Mi*
torlcal loenlliles. Offering ntisurpa?fd service In
every particular. Urge ami luxuriantly furnished
saloooe and ?taemoms, heated by steam and
1 pht'd by electricity.
Tickets sohl to all points North. East and West
and baggage chcclird to destination. Staterooms
to.crwt upon application In person at tbo com?
pany's olHro, No. West Main street, or on board ?
steamer.
Freight " ill not lm received after Op. am,eega
forward that day.
l or further Information apply to
W. RANDALL, Afloat.
fDally except Sunday. ?Daily.
DIRECT ROUTE.
Kill BOSTON. PROVIDENCE AND SAVANNAH.
Every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY sail FRIDAY
at 0 p. m. FOR BOSTON
I OR PROVIDENCE.
Every TUESDAY and SATURDAY at 6 p. m.
FARES TO P.OSTON AND PROVIDENCE
First Class, Including meals ami saloon
Ma'eioom hertb.9 OO
Second class, Including meals and berth. 7 00
FOR SAVANNAH.
Lverr WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 9 a.m.
Fare?First olasj, Including meals and
bcrib.BID 39
Fare?Second class, including meals aud
bunk. 8 00
Peilsbtibla Freight sent tu l'rbvldeuce, for?
warded by early train 10 Kostun, and at the same
rate as bf direot steamers to Boston,
Perishable Freights not receive! latet than 5.3d.
I m. on nailing days of Boston ships; C:3Utaillhg
days oi Providence ...hips.
lor mitlnr lulunuatiou a|iplv to
R. 11. WRIGHT, Ageut, Norfolk, Va.
A. P. STEBBINS, Ais'tTarlfl M'gr.
W. P. TURNER, ?icneral Pass. Agent,
J. 0. WHITNEY'. TialBc. Manager.
General Olllces, llahiuiore. Ma.
Norfolk and Washington
Steamboat Company.
The New and poworful Iron p lace steamer
WASHINGTON aud NORFOLK, will leave dally as
follows:
NORTH HOUND.
St. amers leave Portsmouth, foot of North
stieel ai .5 30 p m
Lea.0 Norfolk, loot of Muiheivs street, utti 10 p m
l eave old I'oiul at.7 21) p Bl
Arrive \\'aldington ai.8 45 a in
It. A- o. II. It. push. k. R.
Leave Washington at. .s 00 a m 7 55 am
Arrive Pbllade phia at.II in mu 11 69 am
Arrive Now York. 1 5">piii 1 43 p ha
see 111 iiottxn. 11. .v.o. it. h. prvn. n. R.
I.eaies New York .it.II 30 11m 11 09 a ui
Leave! Philadelphia at. 1 S3 p m 1 30 p in
Arrives Washington ai. 4 30 p m 4 39 p ui
Bicatners lesTe Washington at. 7 00 p m
Airiv.- at l-01 ires* Monroe at. 0 30 a la
Arrive at Norfolk at. 7 SO a fea
Arrive ?1 Portsmouth at. 8 00 am
The above schedule gives passengers from the
North a lay over Of two hours and thirty minutes
In Iii? evening lelore tailing the ttesmer, thus
Hiturding nn opportunity of feeing tbo Capital of
llie Nation.
The trip down the historic Potomac Rlvorand
< liesapeak'' Bar 011 the elegant steamers of thla
coiupanv Is unsurpassed. Thu sleamers are onus*
psratlvel) new, having been built in 1891, and are
tilted nn" in the most luxuriant asanuer with,
electric iwi.i-, call hells and steam heat In eaols
ro.uu. The 1 able- are su|iplled with every dellcacd
of the season from the markets of Washington any
Norfolk. Tleketa on calc at R. & O. ticket office.
N. A <?'? office at W. 'I. Walkes, and ciinpxnya
n o on win 11
l or further information apply ?.?
D. .1. CALLAHAN,
Telephouo 441. Agent.
J.
FOR HEW YORK.
nissESC, ER SHIPS ARE APPOINTED TO SAIL
1 from Norfolk on MON DAY. TUESDAY. WED
NISDAV THURSDAY aud SAl'URDA Y'at 7i80n. .
in 1- lorn' New York on MONDAYS. TUESDAYS,
WEHN EsDAYS, TH URriDA YS at 3 p. a, 8ATUSV
DA YS, 4 p. ui. . .
Passenger aceoinmodations unstirpaised.
Fare including meals and stateroom bertl...S 8 OJ
Fare round trip, limited to thirty days. ? 90
For tickets and rsservatlon of stall rooms apply
al Company's office, 77 Main atrect.or at general
0,FOK BICHMOND-Shlps leave Norfolk every
THURSDAY n in- and leave Newport News every
SUNDAY ano TUESDAY evening, arriving at
Richmond the next morning.
,ris||.; NUHK8?tI|,R 4?F trrEAIWEI**
I Northaniplon, Lurav, Accomack, Enola and
Isl? of Wight, falling daily, except Sunday.
Leave Company wharf. Norfolk.
lr ii as m i. PttlM l-At C, G:tW and 11.J5 a.
m and 3.45 p.m.; Portsmouth, ? I a, 6:45 and 10:04
and 3:05 n. m.; Bay Lino Wbavf. Norfolk at 0:ju,7
unl 1 ItM a. m. and 4 p. Ill, ? ,?
Volt II ? '1 "' ? ?S-At 11:15 a.m. and8:45
p m.: Hay Lioe. 11:30?. m. and 4 p. iij.; Portsmouth
a! 10:05 a. in. and 3:05 p. in. Bsraa'?i?
Mill vF.W I'OB-r NRWH andiniTH
IIKIJI-At 'Jalo p. in.; Poitsmouth, 2:43p. Ui.;
Hay Lin.; wharf, 3 p. ni. n 1 v 1.-st??
9'ISIS s-.ANs At\n WAItl. IllVfciaJX?
Dallv. excopt Sunday, leaving CeuipanJ's wharf
at 6:30 a. M.i Porismoutb, 6:45 a. Ui.; Bay Lino
Wharf, Norfolk,7 a.m. _..?.,??iiy aesv_
.tilt BAidi AN? FOQU4ISIN KIV
?:ns-Tou.:hlng at Old Point, l"vlni^0,mP???,,*
wharf 1. Iv c 1 Sund v at tt a m.; Portsmouth,
, a. in., Bay Line H'harf Norfolk, at 6:1 a, m,
Mturuiug ucxt day^ K,vK /-TuisJay.Thurs
I d^yjind S.turd^ VNu,fo,kl,7 an*
w r,.VtV''?AVV|.r?ON I? lllVlilt 'AMD
I %Z$l\nT-M ?V'nj, Portsiuouai AlO p. m,
1 -H^u^for Wat,
m? v N N A W P. L-Stea.ner com bo lei? s
"or oik forWasnitigton. N. C. Moodav. Iii..?
?V u - davs at 4 a. m.carr ifig freight for WmWps
ton and points on the Tar. Pungo aad PamUci?
"Freight torZNewbern.N, C,reoelved a*. N. and
Vr.igbtd?ved dally.cxc^t Bnnd^y.-UI* x,
ni. Agent.
I JVOANOKE. ^BFOLK^ND sTrAMnoA.r [?
I commencing TUESDAY. June Jith, ???', tha
1 steamers of tula line will leave Bay Line ?hsarf
everr Monday and 1 liursday at 8 0. tn. for BftH*.
more, and We BalUmcro, Pler>N<>. *XJ^?***^
wharf, every TusHuy aad Ssturdtiy^lft 8a.i
?*?ht WveAdallTc ^
1 ?JaVtDteaeA AwS*

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