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INDUSTRIALS ACTIVE
rhe Transactions Were On AN Enormous]
Scale, Footing Up 153,000 Shares.
RAILWAY LIST WAS QUIET, BUT FIRM.
Yfce Highest Prices Were Pntd After
the Publication of tbe President's
Hcsange?The Closing of tbe Mar.
bet Wn? Irregular la Tone, Mel
Changes Showing Advances.
New York, Dec. 3.?Speculative inter?
est centred chiefly in the Industrials
again to-day and of these Sugar was
the overshadowing feature. The stock
opened at-105%?106, 2,500 shares chang?
ing hands. After this the price bound?
ed up to 106%, but the advance brought
out an avalanche of long stock and the
shares broke 4 per cent., to 102%, and
closed at 103, or 2 per cent, below yes?
terday's financial sale. The transac?
tions were on a tremenduous scale,
footing up 153.000 shares in a grand
total of 290,004 shares for the entire
list.
Tobacco, Leather preferred and Chi?
cago Gas all opened firmer, but later
on Tobacco tumbled from 83Vi to 80%.
and ended at 80%. Chicago Gas moved
up to 65%, and fell to 64%@64%. Trad?
ing In the last named was smaller
than for some time past. The railway
list was quiet but firm, the highest
prloes being made after the publication
of tho President's moBage. The gain
In price was equal at his time to %cfp3
per cent., Delaware and Hudson lead?
ing. The closing of the market was
Irregular In tone. Net changes show
advances o? %@% per cent.
?-loNiuir ul.ia.
STOCK QUOTATIONS. |N.I0G%
A CO. lE^.JiN.prcf.160
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A S. refineries.103 |K. lOfcJ
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Dloncr Market.
New York, Dec. 3.?Money on call
steady, at 202% per cent.; last loan at
and closing offered at 2% per cent.
Prime mercantile paper. 4,,i(ff.r> per cent.
Par silver, 67; sterling exchange, steady
with actual business In bankers' blllB
at 4.87-,v,(?j-4.S8 for ?0 days, and 4.8'J$i,4.89'4
for demand. Posted rates. 4.SS1,{.@4.!I0.
Commercial bills. 4.86%'fr4.87%. Govern?
ment .bonds, firmer; State bonds, dull;
railroad bonds. Arm. Silver at the
board was neglected.
Clilcoiro Market.
Chicago, 111., Dec. 3.?The bull senti?
ment In wheat suffered in enthusiasm
between yesterday's close and to-day's
opening and throughout to-day's ses
flon the feeling was pronouncedly
weak.
Corn?This grain declined In value
through its dependence on wheat. The
market opened quiet and easy, subse?
quently displaying but little in the way
of strength or firmness.
Oats?Free selling of oats by profes?
sionals took pluce about the middle of
tho session. "The weakness of the cash
market extended to the futures and an
p.ll-'round decline followed.
Provisions?The hog market recov?
ered Its loss of yesterday on receipts
to-day being as much under as they
were over yesterday. Product prices
obtained benefit from this, but after
that* time the weakness of wheat ex?
erted an adverse Influence.
Opening. Highest. lowest. Closing.
Wheat?
January.v&d r.7'4 57 87
IK'iemuer 5*Vi M r.t
May.Ol'i'aCI,1; 67J/? GOjf G0i?
Corn?
J?ly.?9'.'J 29T? ??'S 79'^
January.tt\i 28>,j 5SU InuOSti
incomi.cr.. -m ' 2r. 25U 2542
Mnv.29a29k 2<Ja29>? 2S)il SgK
Oats?
Dei-ember ...17':? 17'i W,i 1CJ?
May.20'S 20% 20 20
I' rk?
"De.-cmher." 70 7 70 7 f.7!--.; 7 G7'/?
January'., fi 77'^ s 77!.; 8 72U s J*}2
May.9 15 0 17)5 8 HJS 9 liyl
Laru?
Dceemliei f>2i , r, 20 520 52
Jiuiiniry ..n 40 ? K 42'..; 5 37 W ? ?0
May.6 62% 6 07^ 6 62)5 6 62%
lllbp?
IVi-eraiicr 4 '.15 4 ;t5 4 811 4 8-5
January.. 4 40 4 42? 4 40 4 42JJ'
Ma)','..4 05 4 67% 4 65 4 65
New York Market.
NewYork, Dec. 3.?Flour? Steady mod?
erate demand; winter wheat, low grades,
$2.25(ff$2.G5; do. fair to fancy, $2.6.r>i3r$3.30;
do., patents, $3.00&i $3.70; Minnesota
clear, $2.60@$3.1f>; patents, $3.1G@$4.10;
low extras. $2.25{f$2.65; city mills. $3.80(3?
S3.90; do. patents. $3.!l0$i$4.15; Southern
flour dull und steady; common to
fair extra,. $2.10?$2.S0; good to choice
do.. $2.90@>$3.30. .
Wheat?Dull and easier; No. 2. red,
Btore and -elevator, 09c; afloat, 70%c.
Corn?Fairly active and easier; No.
2, 34%?35c. elevator; 3R%?36c. afloat.
Options were more active and closed
weak, at %fi'% cent decline. December,
34%c; January, 34%c; May, 35%c; June,
86%C.
Oats?Quiet nnd steady; options dull
and easier; December, 22%c; January.
23%c; February. 23%c.; May, 25 %c.
Spot Prices: No. 2, 22%c; No. 2, white,
24c; mixed Western, 23024c.
Coffee?Steady and unchanged to 6
points down; December, $13.C5?13.70;
January, $13.60; February, $13.f>5; March,
$13.35013.50; May. $12.35013; July, $12.35
012.45; September. $1L'.00&112.05. Spot
Jtlo, onslor; n\oro nctlve; No. 7, 14%c.
Sugar?Haw. quiet and steady; fair re?
fining, 3c; refined, steady, fair de
mnnd; off A, 4 1-I6<cf4,4c.; standard A.
d%c.; cut lof and crushed, 5%c; powder?
ed. 4%c; garnulnted, 4%@4%c; cubes
4%c.
ftnlflmoro Market.
Baltimore, Dec. 3.?Flour ? Quiet;
Western super. S2.4502.66; do., extra,
$2.7503.00; do., family, $3.150$3.5O; win?
ter wheat, patents, $3.55013.86; spring,
do., do., $3.50@3.70; do., do., straight,
$3.300:3.50.
Wheat?Dul}; No. 2, red, spot, 66H
@66%c.; December, 65&?G5%c'; May,
69%<u69ttc,; steamer. No. 2, red, 62H@
62%c.; Southern, by sample, 66?j)07c; do.,
on grade, Vi<S6G%c.
Corn?Fairly active and easy; mixed
spot, 33%@33Hc; year, 33Vi@33Hc.; Jan?
uary, 33%@33V4c; February. 33Mr?33%c;
March, 33%?33T?c.; steamer, mixed,
31%c. bid; Southern, white, 3214?>33y4e;
do., yellow, 32%@34c.
Oats?Quiet and firmer; No. 2, white
WeBtern, 24@24%e; No. 2. mixed, do.,
22 Mi ?23c.
Rye?Firmer; No. 2, 44@46c. near by;
47@48c. Western.
Cotton Harkota.
New York, Dec. 3.?Cotton futures
closed easy; sales, 182,300 bales. De?
cember, 8.11; January, 8.15; February,
8.24; March, 8.25; April, 8.30; May, 8.35;
June, 8.39; July, 8.40; August, 8.41; Sep?
tember, ?; October, 7.97.
New York, Dec. 3.?Cotton dull; mid?
dling gulf, 8%c; middling, 8V4e Net
receipts, 2,745 bales; gross, 6,845 bales;
exports tt> Great Britain, 200 bales; for?
warded, 644 bales; sales, 604 bales; spin?
ners, 204 bales; stock, 179,696 bales.
Total to-day: Net receipts, 45.21C
bales; exports to Great Britain, 37,606
bales; to France, 6,867 baleB; to the con?
tinent, 14.133 bales; stock, ?55,895 bales.
Total so far this week: Net receipts,
121,531 bales; exports to Great Britain,
59,279 bales; to France. 22,474 bales; to
the continent, 33,109 bales,
j Liverpool. Dec. 3.?12:30 p. m.?Cotton,
demand fair and prices firm; American
middling, 4%d; sales, 12,000 bales; Amer?
ican, 10,800 bales; speculation and ex?
port, 1,000 bales; receipts, 42,000 bales;
American, 23,000 bales. Futures open?
ed Arm and demand moderate.
Liverpool, Dec. 3.?1 p. in.?December,
4 d?-G4d buyer; December and January.
4 30-64@4 31-64d buyer; January and
February, 4 30-64@4 31-64d seller; Feb?
ruary and March, 4 30-64@4 31-64d
buyer; March and April, 4 31-64d Beller;
April and May, 4 31-G404 32-64d buyer;
May and June, 4 32-64d buyer; June and
July, 4 33-64d seller; July and August.
4 31-64d seller; July and August, 4 33-64
(g)4 34-64d buyer; August and Septem?
ber, 4 33-64d. Futures closed quiet but
steady.
New Orleans, Dec. 3.?Cotton futures
steady; sales, 49,800; December, 7.93;
January, 7.99; February, 8.03; March,
8.07; April, 8.10; May, 8.13; June, 8.16;
[ July, 8.19.
Receipts By Rail nnd Mteanter.
OfficeofThe Virginian.
Norfolk. Vs., Dec. 3, 1695.
Through. Local, Total
Beauoard Air Llue . fiB 1.170 1.'.' >r
Atlantic & DanTllla. ? 64 .14
Norfolk k Southern . 1 146 147
Norfolk A Carulloo. 74 609 693
Norf Ik A Western. 47 ? 47
Steintet Lucy. ? 7i 78
Norfolk Cotton Mnrkot.
1893. 1894.
Tueidav?Tone: Quiet. Qu ct.
Good Miiidtlug. S I-J 6 9-16
Ml?ding. 8J.IC 6 1-4
Low Mldilllug. 7 3-t 4 l.'-li
Good Ordinary. 7 1-16 4 3-16
Kala? Bales
I Sales. 3*8 1.8S5
Receipt?. ?,l?7 6 349
.Shipment*.- l.?S8 ?.\3;7
. Stock. 4J,9j9 7.V3U
WHOLESALE ?IUOTATIOK8.
Provisions.
Norfolk, Va., Dec. 3, 1895.
Fish?Mackerel, No. 2, in kegs, $7.00;
I new, small, {12.50; new, medium, $12; No.
I 3, In kegs, 33.50; Herring, Family Roe,
: half barrel, $2.7?; North Carolina Cut
Herring, $3.25@3.7S; Eastern, in barrels,
I $3.26.
Mess Pork?New, $9.76.
Ham?Pork, $10.35.
Hams?Smlthneld. 14?fl7c
Bulk Meats?Clear rib, $6.15; fat
backs, o'tjC.; bellies. 5\(.e, as to size
pieces; pork plate, $4.90(^5.00.
Shoulders?Sugar cured, 7l,4c.
Bacon?Shoulders, 6%c.
Breasts?Sugar cured .lOVic
Lard?Pure lard, tierces, 7@7%c, as to
cases and tubs, 7Vic. over tierces; com?
pound, 6 Vie; tierces, in cases, 6l,4c
Cheese?Cream, lOSplGVic.; Western
Dairy, 9?3ttc.
Buttel?Market strong; New York
Sta.te dairy, new, 23c; fresh cream?
ery, 24t2:25e.; Western, lG@20c.
Kerosene Oil?Firm; 112 degrees. He;
CO degrees, ltKc; Red. 150 degrees, 14c
<]roc?rles.
Coffee?Steady; Rio, common, 16Va@
17'ie.; Fair, 18tt&19c.: Good. 20?20%e;
Choice, 21@21V.c; Laguayra, 211-3c;
Java, 29rJJ8UV4c.
Syrups and Molasses?Steady; Syrups.
Bright. 180230.; Fair Orades. 16020c.;
Porto Rico, 16, 20, and 26c., as to grade.
New Orleans Molasses?Quiet; Fair,
20ST25C.; Good, 36(3>40c: Choioe, 45c.
Flour?Market very strong; West?
ern Spring Wheat. Best Patent
Family, 34.6O; Winter Wheat.
Best Patent Family. $4.25; Win?
ter Wrheat. Choice Patent Family.
$3.90; Choice Straight Family, $3.60;
Good Family. $3.60: Fair Family, $3.30,
Good Low Family, $3.26; Good Extra. ,
$3.16.
Salt?Firm; Liverpool Fine, Jlfgl.10,
as to grade; O. A., 55?66o., as to weight.
Rice?Milled, 5@6e; dice, In rough, 6!
C5c. per bushel.
Sogar Market.
Market firm, out of town prices are
dependent on the delivery rates to the
different points. Local sales are being
made as follows:
Cut loaf .a $5 35
Powdered. 4 98
Granulated .4 61
Confectioners" Standard "A".... 4 48
American Off "A". 4 38
Franklin Nearly white "B"..... 4 49
Centennial, bright, yellow "B".3 98
California "B". 3 92
Franklin-Standard extra "C".... 3 86
Keystone extra "C". 3 80
American extra "C". 8 73 |
Nearly White New Orleans Sugar.. ?
Drain.
Peas?Steady; Black-Eye Peas,$1.76
por bag; Black, 60@5&c. per bushel.
Corn?Southern white, qblet, at 336J
34c.
Oats?Steady; Mixed, 28c; white,
30@32c.
Mill Feed?Market steady; Bran,
$15; shlpstuff, or middling, $17;
meal, white bolted, per 50 lbs.. 52c.
Hay?Western No. 1, Timothy, $18.50
fiil?.oo; Maryland and Virginia, Not.
1 Timothy, $17.60; No. 2, $15.60.
Produce.
Southern Fruits?Bananas, 75c.@$1.25
per bunch; oranges, Jamaica, $4.76 per
box; cocoanuts, $4.00 per bag of 100;
Lemons, $3.50? 4; Northern apples, $2.25
?2.75.
Turnips, $1.25; sweet potatoes. $1.75;
Onions, $1.75; parsnips, $2; celery, 35c.
bunch; carrets, $1.75.
Poultry?Chickens, old, 26c; spring
chickens, 12@t0c.
Eggs?Wholesale, 19c. per dozen.
Beeswax?26c. per pound.
Truck?Irish potatoes: Eating pota?
toes, $1.:;31.60 per bag; Oniena, $1.75
per bag. ?
IN BERKLEY.
THE ELECTION.?For '? the past
three weeks politics have been brew?
ing: in a storm in Berkley, the fight be?
ing between the Democrats, or the par?
ty in control, and other- Democrats
and Republicans that formed a ticket
known as the Citizens' ticket. Yester?
day inornlag, when the sun rose It
found the leaders or both parties at the
polls ready to do all In their p?wor
to divert Bomo voter who had not yet
made up his mind for whom to cast
his ballot. As the'day rolled by the
political storm increased, and by night
It had reached a hurricane. When the
poll9 dosed at the first ward it looked
for awhile as If a general row would
take place. The Democrats wished to
send In a man to see the ballot counted
and Were refused. Some of the wiser
heads prevailed on their friends to be
quiet, and after a short While order
was restored. In the Second and Third
Wards all was quiet, each side bringing
out every voter they could And.
The second ward was the first to re?
port It3 vote, which Is as follows:
Williams, Citizen .S4
Miller, Citizen .84
Whlteetone, Citizen, .89
Jones, Citizen .94
Humphries, Democrat .68
WeBt, Democrat .55
Hollund, Democrat ....56
Klrby, Democrat .69
When the above vote was announced
anything but quietness prevailed.
Cheer after cheer went up. The third
Ward had been already conceded to
the Citizens, which gave them seven
out of eleven councilman. Then the fun
began. Colored crap-shooters got out
their dice and began to gamble on
the result.
They said that 11 would Burely follow
7, and It was not long before tbe First
ward followed In with a Citizens' ma?
jority of 37, This announcement made
a Citizen's heart-Joyful. A parade was
at once formed by about 50 or 75 of
the leaders of tbe Citizens' ticket and
each Councilman's house was visited
and a three cheer went up from every
mouth for their standard bearer and the
victory he had won. A cannon was
soon brought out and salute after salute
was fired, up to a late hour.
The First Ward vote stood as fol?
lows: Rockfellow (Clt.). 167; Yeo (Dein.),
95; Martin (Clt.). 137; Smith (Dem.). 98;
Berkley (Clt.), 142; Parker (Dem.). 100;
Keeling (Clt.), 152; Whltworth (Dem.),
98
Third Ward: Tllley (Clt.), 171; Cuth
riell (Dem.). 65; ParkB (Ctt.)?180; Cuth
rie (Dem.), 08; Deed (Clt., col.), 178;
Jenes Dem.), 80. Scattering, 2.
A BERKLtEY WEDDING.?At Chest?
nut Street H. E. Church yesterday af?
ternoon at 5 o'clock, one of the prettiest
weddings of the season took plaoe. The
groom was Mr. Howard A. Cason, a
popular employe of the New York. Phil?
adelphia and Norfolk railroad, and the
bride was Leila Bitter, the charming
daughter of Mr. T. C. Humphries. The
church was beautifully decorated for
the occasion with cut flowers, palms,
ferns and rubber plants, and amid
these lamps of various colored shades
were placed. Tbe ceremony which
joined the young couple In holy matri?
mony was performed by Rev. George
W. Ray, D. D., the former pastor of
Chestnut Street M. E. Church, aaalst
ed by Rev. It. M. Chandler, the pres?
ent pastor. The bride was becouilngly
attired hi a visiting gown of brown
broadcloth, chiffon and Jewel trim?
mings, with hat and gloves to match.
She carried a cluster of La France
roses. The maid of honor, Mle6 Nellie
Old, wore a stylish dress of brown
cloth and carried pink chrysanthe?
mums. The bridesmaids, Misses Fan?
nie Bay, Beulah Old, Dora Parkerson,
Mollle Frost, Blanche Barry, of Berk?
ley, and Miss Annie Bell, of Norfolk,
were attired In street costumes and
carried pink chrysanthemums. The
groom and his beat man, Mr. Lee Lew
ellyn, of Norfolk, and the ushers,
Messrs. George D. Parker, Jr., H. L.
\\ est, T. Prltehard and E. L. Cunning?
ham, of Berkley, and Messrs. Charles
Crawford and Zenos Fearing, of Eliza?
beth City. N. C, wore cutaway suits.
The bride entered the edifice through
the main aisle with the maid of honor,
i while the bridesmaids and ushers en
' tcred by the side aisles, the groom and
his best man meeting the party at the
altar. Mr. Heard presided at the organ,
and during the ceremony Mrs. H. M.
Mackan sang "O, Promise Mc." From
the church Mr. and Mrs. Cason repaired
to the home of the bride, where the
wedding gown was changed for a trav?
eling dress of blue boucle. They were
then driven to the Bay Line wharf,
where they took the steamer for a
Northern tour. The presents received
are exceedingly pretty and numerous.
Mr. Fletcher Drurnmond and Miss
Lizzie Klrkwood were married last
night at the Armstrong Memorial Pres?
byterian Church by Rev. W. A. Slay
makeri The .church was beautifully
decorated with potted plants and cut
flowers. The ushers were Messrs. Na?
thaniel Tatem, Howard Beck and Ben?
ny Bott.
Little Clarence Etherldge, grandson
of Mrs. Frank Pierce, Who died Monday
morning, at 9:30 o'clock, was burned
yesterday at 11 o'clock In Magnolia Cem?
etery. The funeral took place from the
residence and was conducted by Rev.
M. W. Butler.
A Hebrew marriage was celebrated
last night at Market Hall, the contract?
ing parties being Miss Lena Lawrtneky
and Mr. Moses Goodman.
Miss Estell Hozler and Mr. Howard
Letvke were married last night at the
residence of the bride's mother, corner
Chestnut and Payne streets, in the pres?
ence of a few friends, by Rev. Dr. Geo.
H. Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Leake left for
Suffolk via the Norfolk and Western
railroad, where they will make It their
future home.
KINO'S DAUGHTERS' BAZAAR.?
The bazaar under the management of
the King's Daughters opens to-morrow
(Thursday) afternoon at 4 o'clook, and;
will continue the rest of the week. Some
of the most fascinating entertainments
given at the Carnival of Trade In Nor?
folk, will be repeated here each night.
8n the opening afternfton each child vis?
ing the bs>zaar will receive a gift of
candy. The other a/terftoons there will
be entertainments interesting to chil?
dren. There will be at the different ta?
bles many articles suitable for Christ?
mas presents, both plain and fancy, and
the ladies beg their friends not to pur?
chase their Christmas gifts elsewhere
until they have seen what we can offer
them.
Admission to the bazaar will be by
coupons purchased at the door, and
these coupons may be used In the hall
towards buying any of the articles on
sale. In the afternoon the coupons will
be five cents for children and nurses
with infants; all others, ten cents. At
night nil coupons* will be ten cents each;
no five cent coupons will be Issued.
Our Lamp and Onyx Tables are su?
perb, and our Cabinets are grand.
CHAPMAN & JAKEMAN. ,
Port er K
Uo?
I 4
?S.
British stmr. HMSffln. 'or Newport
News.
Schrs. Indeppndent?9fcBe; Eva L. Fer?
ris, Stevens, ?io8ton,<4T~harIee P. Not
man, Jewett, Boston, %i* Wm. Lamb &
Co., tor coal.
British stmr. Lambert's Point, Hum?
phreys, Swansea, to the N. A. t. Co.,
with tlnplate.
Schrs. Lyman M. Law, Sharp; H. and
T. Hargraves. Rtsley, Providence, to
Wm. Lamb lb Co., for ceal.
Sohr. Lydia H. Roper, Hanson, New
York, light.
Sehr. Ledenta. Curley. Curley, Wash?
ington, with guano.
Sehr. Rover, Corster. Baltimore, with
coal.
Sehr. Robert Healy. Baltimore, with
coal.
Sehr. Chocorua, Rleley, from sea.
Barge Annie H. Smith. New York, to
Wm. Lamb & Co., for coal.
MEMORANDA.
British stmp. Glanhafren, Walters,
Oalveston to Hamburg, arrived at New?
port News.
Sehr. Lucy Wheatley. Taylor. Balled
frem Spffolk to New York with lum?
ber.
CLEARED.
Barge Washington, New York, with
lumber.
SAILED.
British stmp. Avonmore, Duncanson,
Liverpool, having coaled.
Portugese bark Adellna, Santos, Opor?
to, with ell.
Sehr. Zacchcus Sherman, Pollock,
Bridgeport, with coal.
Sehr. John M. Brown, Brown, Savan?
nah, with coal.
Sehr. General E. S. Greeley, Blake,
Prqvldence. with coal.
SohT. Maria O. Teel, Johnston, Pro?
vidence, with coal.
lehr. Maud Sherwood, Kelley, New
Bedford, with coal.
Bedford, with coal.
Sehr. May McFarland. Small. New
Bedford, with coal.
Sehr. Wm. H. Davidson, , Hanklns.
New York, with lumber.
Hood's Sarsaparllla. taken at this
season will innse you feel strong and
vigorous and keep you from slckneBS
later on.
DUDLEY iL CO.,
tankersand Brokers
Stocks, Grain,
Provisions and Cotton
Bought and Sold for Cash or Curried
on Margin.
Correspondents?Lamson Bros. & Co.,
Members Chicago Board of Trade; Pur
nell, 11 ui; 1:11.111 & Co.. Mfmbirs New York
Consolidated Stack Exchange: Mclntyre
4c Wardwell, Members New York Stock
Cotton and Produce ExchaiiKeB.
EXCLUSIVE PRIVATE WIRES.
QUICK SERVICE.
REASONABLE COMMISSIONS.
Correspondence sollctcd. Handsomely
I equipped office. Come and see us.
79 Main Street. 'Phone No. 731.
norfolk, va.
ts a boon to those whese Incomes do list
keep up with their requirements. By our
method the risk is reduced to a minimum.
Customers are notified of each trad'; when
made, and accounts may be closed at apy
time. Our pamphlet and market letter
mailed on application.
ESTABLISHED SEVEN TEARS.
REFERENCES FURNISHED.
Consolidated Stock and Produce Co.,
47 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
IIIM I I l liv I1UIDK.
mmu sowBK?iR. co.
SCHEDULE IN Er'KKCT NOV. 26. UK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK daily (except nuoaayj in h. hi.
for Elizabeth City. Edenton, Mackcy.s
Ferry, Roper, Pantego. Relhaven, etc.
Connects at Edenten with N. end a R. R.
? Pitnwr as folloira: Dally (excapt Sun?
day) for Plymouth. JameHVllic, willlamH
ton and Wlndaer. TUESDAY. THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for all landings
on Chawan river, and Corpo on MON?
DAY and Friday for Scuppernong river;
and WEDNESDAYS for Salmon Creek.
Connecting at Hollhuven with atcalntjr
Virginia Dare for Makeleyvllle. South
Creek. Aurora, Washington and lDterme
diato landings.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK 4-10 p. m. dally (except Sunday) far
E.lzabotu City, Edenton and way-ata
Mona. Conneta at Elizabeth City with the
ateamer Monday, Tuesday, Thurs?
day and Saturday for Newbern, Roitnoke
Inland. Mor.ehoad Gltv. Kiknton ai)d
flotdsboro via A. and N. C. R. It. and for
Jacksonville. Wilmington, N. C.. and ail
stations on t..e W. N. and N. R. R.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS dally (except
Sunday) at 4:25 p. m., and Express dully
(except Sunday) at i0:*j a. in.; coiHieot
with all rail and steam lines at Norfolk
for the North, Eaat and West. PftAaerntBT
atatlons foot of Eaat Mailt street, Nor?
folk and Western depot. Freight sta?
tion on Water street.
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH,
FAST FREIGHT LINE AND OLD DO?
MINION LINE between all roln't Norfh
and East via Norfolk and Norfolk and
Uoulhert: Rullroad and Eastern North
Cprollna. ... .
Freight received dally until 6 p. m. and
forwardly promptly a* low rate.
For further Information apply to the
General Office of tbe N. and B. R. R. Co.,
Norfolk. Va. ?. c. HUDOIN8,
General Freight and Paso. Agent
SC. K. KING.
General UanKjer._
FOR RICHMOND, PETERSBURG. OLD
POINT, CLAREMONT. NEWPORT
NEWS and JameB river landtags direct by
daylight?Virginia Navlgaton Company's
Elegant steamer POCAHONTAS leavea
Clyde's Wharf. Norfolk, every TUES?
DAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY at
7 a. in . touching at Portantouth, Old
Point, Newport News going and returning,
arriving at Richmond about 6 p. m., con?
necting with all rveini.fr trains. Fare to
Richmond, 11.60: fare to Richmond and
return. (2.50: fare to Richmond, second
class, 11. Tickets much cheaper than
by any other route to Richmond, Peters?
burg, Waverly, Hicksford and stations on
Atlantic and Danville railroad and all
polnta via Richmond. Tickets for aale at
ticket agencies of Walke & Hon, H
Brandt and on board ateamer.
Freight received dally. Sunday.excepted,
for all above named polnta.
JAMES W. McCARRICK.
Agent.
* It ? ? 'I I.KIIV C 11)1 .
SOrtEDULE lN.EFFl
Lit ?ND
HAILHOAD CO.
_ _'ECT OCT. 7, 1895.
DAIIiY KXCUPT SUNDAY?Leavo
Norfolk?6:?, 9:00, 11:00 a. m.; 1:00, 3:00,
6:00. 7:00 p. m. Leave Ocean Vlow?8:00,
10:00 n. m.: 12 noon: 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00 p.m.
SUNDAY TRAINS?Leave Norfolk?
8:00, 11:00 a. in.: 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00 p. nt.
Leave Ocean View?10:60 a. m.; 12:00
noon; 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00 p. im
W. A. BAR RITT.
General Manager.
General Office, Ocean View. Va.
DIRECT ROUTE.
FOR BOSTON, PROVIDENCE AND
SAVANNAH.
Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
FRIDAY at 6 p. 0?. FOR BOSTON.
FOR PROVIDENCE.
Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SAT?
URDAY at a p. m.
FARE8 TO
AND PROVI
BOSTON
DENCB.
First claBB. Including meals and sa
loon stateroom berth. 9:00
Secend class. Including meals and
berth . ':0?
FOR SAVANNAH. >- ^?
Every WBDNEBDAY and SATURDAY
at ? a. m.
Fare?First class. Including meals
and berth.........$12 60
Faree-Second class, Including meals
and bunk.????????vi ? 00 1
Perishable Freight Bent via. Providence.
forwarded by early train to Boston, and
at the same rate as by direct steamers to
Dr,'cr'lehable Freights not receive* later I
than 6:? p. m. en sailing days of BoBton
ships; 6:30 sailing duys of Providence
ships. ? , ?
For further Information apply to
R. H. WRIGHT. Agent. Norfolk, Va.;
A. D. BTEBB1N8. Ass'l Tariff M'gr.
W. P. TURNER, General Pass. Ag t.
J- WHITNEY, Traffic Manager.
General Offices, Baltimore. Md
NORFOLK AND
CAROLINA
i, RAILROAD.
condensed schedule in effect
november, 17, lS'JD.
STATIONS.
Lv. Norfolk. Va.
Ar. Suffolk. Va.
Ar. Tunis, N. C.
Ar. Hobgood. N. C.
Ar. Tarboro, N. C...
Ar. RockyJJtt^n.C.
?r. Wllllamston, NTc
Ar. Plymouth. N.C..
Ar. Washington, N.C.
Ar. Kinston, N. C...
Ar. Wilson; N. C.T.T
Ar. Goldsboro, N.C.
Ar.Wllmlhgton, N.C.
Ar. Fayettevllie.NTc
Ar. Florence. S.C....
Ai\Charleston, B.C..
Ar. Columbia, S. C.
Ar. Augusta, Gn.
Ar. Atlanta, Ga.
Ar. Macon, Oa.
Ar. Savannah, Ga...
Ar. Jacksonville,Fla,
?TTflelma, n7c
Ar. Raleigh, N. C...
Ar. Grecnsboro.W.C.
Ar. Ashevllle. n. C...
No. 49 Rally, connects with A. C. L.
train 23 for all points South.
No. 103 Dally, exoept .Sunday, makes
close connection at Hobgcoil for Wash?
ington, N. Ci Klnuton. N. C, Plymouth,
N. C, and all Eastern Carolina points;
also at Rucky Mount with A. C. L. train
35 for all points South.
Trains arrive at Norfolk 6:05 p. m. dally.
Also at 10:26 a. m. dally, except Bunday.
No. 49 runs through without change,
Norfolk to Wilmington.
Baggage chocked at company's Nor?
folk wharf and also at ofllce of Passenger
and Ticket Agent. JS Main street.
For tlcketB to all points South, sleep?
ing car reservation and general Informa?
tion, call ofi or address,
J. A. NEUGEBAUER.
Passenger and Ticket Agent;
JAMES F. MAUPIN.
Centn-.] Forwarding Agent:
T. M. EMERS?N. ,'
General Freight and Pass. Agent
Q. M. SERPELL,
general Manager. Norfolk.
Cape
Charles
Route
Hew Yofk,
PtiMeipiiia and
NorfOIR ft. B. Co
9:00 i
SIX HOURS QUICKER THAN ANY
OTHER LINE.
THROUGH DAY AND NIGHT EXPRESS
EACH WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 6, 1S95.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
7:45 a. m. dally, except Sunday?(Ports?
mouth, High street, 7:30 a. m.)
Arrive at Philadelphia 6:52 p. in.;
New York at *:S8 p. m.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
6:10 p. m. dully, (Portsmoum, High street
6:66.) Arrive at Philadelphia
5:10 a. in.; Now York 7:43 a. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
EU. dally, (Portsmouth, High street
9:1$), leaving New York 8 p. m.;
Philadelphia U:16 p. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
1:05 p. m. dally, except Sunduy?(Ports?
mouth, High street, 8:16 p. m.),
leaving New York at 8 a. m.;
Philadelphia, 10:20 a. m.
Close connection made with all rail and
sound lines to and from Boston.
Pullman Sleeping Curs on night trains
between Jersey City, Philadelphia and
Cape Charles. Pullman Buffet and Par?
lor Cars on day trains between Phila?
delphia and Cape Charles.
Through Tickets sold nnd bnggago
chocked at Walke's Agency, under At?
lantic Hole], and on the steamers.
R. B. COOKE. General Agent
ATLANTIC AND DANVILLE RAIL?
WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOVEMBER
17. 1S'J5.
Leave Shippers' Compress Wharf, dally,
9:20 a. m.; West Norfolk, 9:45 a. m. for |
Danville and all Intermediate stutlont,,
arriving nt Danville, 5:?? p. m. Leave
Norfolk, 5:25 p. in., Went Norfolk, 5:55 p.
m. Leave L&wrciicovlllc daily (except
Sunday) at C;00 a. in., arriving at Dan?
ville at 10.30 a. in.
Connection made at Danville and Jef
fress Junction with Southern Ruilwuy
System: at Donnlston Junction for Dur?
ham, South Boston and ull points on
the Durham Division of the N. and W.
Pullman sleepers between Danville,
Ashevllle, Atlanta, Augustu, Memphis,
and New Orleans.
Tickets on sale and baggage checked
at Walke's Agency, Company's Agency
at wharf Norfolk: W V. H. Williams'
Agency, Portsmouth.
b W. H. TAYLOR.
General Passenger Agent;
C. O. HA1NK8.
Superintendent.
CLYDE'S REGULAR LINE STEAM
SHIPB FOR PHILADELPHIA?Only di?
rect line from Norfolk to Philadelphia.
Until further orders, steamers are ap?
pointed to sail from Norfolk every Mon
Say Wednesday and Saturday at 3 p.
Si and from Philadelphia every Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday.
Through bills of lading to all points
South and Southwest via Seaboard Air
line. Atlantic Coast Line and Virginia.
Tennesse Air Line Railroad,
rennesse *JAME8 w McCARRICK,
General Southern Agent. Norfolk. Va.
uenerui b??^ p CLYDE. & CO..
, \ Agents; .Philadelphia.
I 1
A ATLANTIC RAILROAD CO
Running between Norfolk and tue fam.
SILAS W. BURT and W. VAN NOlV
_ DUN, Receivers.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY
OCTOBER 6TH. 1S95. '
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Ltavo Norfolk?7 a. m.. mixed: 11 a. rn..
local express: 4 p. m.-, local express.
Leave Virginia Beach?9 a. m., local ex
preua; 1:30 p. m./-mixed; 6 p. na., local ex?
press. . u
SUNDAY TRAINS:
Leave Norfolk?10:80 a. m., local express
S p. m., local exprpOH.
Leave Vlrglnla'.-Beach?1:30 p. m., local
e.Tiireas; 5 p. m.i local express...
Trains stops onlyVqn signals at Interme
tllate stations "to put offr or take on oas
sengercC J
Local Express trains make the trip in
forty-five minutes.
B. P. . HOLLAND.
_General Superintendent.
CHESAPEAKE
AND
UTE^ OHIO RAILWAY.
SCHEDULE (N EFFECT NOV. 17. 11*93.
TWO FAST TRAINS FOR RICHMOND.
TWO THROUGH TRAINS FOR
CINCINNATI.
WESTWARD.
Dally.
No. 1.
Dally.
No. 3.
Lv Portsmouth .
Lv Norfolk .
Lv Old Point.
Lv Newport New3.
Ar Richmond .
Lv Richmond .
Ar Wushlngton .
Ar W. Clifton Forge..
Ar Va. Hot Springs'...!
Ar Ronceverte .
Ar Cincinnati .
Ar LoulMvllle.
Ar Chicago .
Ar St. LuuU.
7 10 a in
8 00 a m
8 30 a m
0 05 a m
11 30 a m
2 15 p m
?3 tO p m
8 57 p m
9 51 p m
S 00 a m
?5 20 p m
5 30 p m
C 50 p m
3 00 p in
3 30 p m
4 00 p m
4'35.p m
0 50 p m
10 30 p m
11 10 p m
6 36 a m
9 15 a m
7 32 a m
5 ?0 p in
9 35 p m
7 to a m
7 80 a ro
?Dally except Sunday. Other time dally.
No. 1?For Cincinnati dally. Chair ear
Old Point to ltlchinond and Pullman
Sleeper Richmond to Cincinnati ana Gor
donaville to St. Louis. Merits served on
Dining Cars west or Oordonsvllle.
No. 3.?For Cincinnati dally. PUllmun
Sleepers Old Point to Hlnton apd Qor
donm-llle to Cincinnati and Louisville.
Menls served on dihlng cars west Of Gor
dnnuvllle.
Steamer Loutae arrives at Norfolk dally
12:05 noon and 7:00 p. m.
For further Inform itlon apply to
R. T. BROOKE. Passenger Agent,
0. and O. Ticket Ofllee. Granby street,
Under Atlantic Hotel. '
JOHN D. POTTS,
_Dlvlalon Paaaenger Agcpt.
S.?.iL.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST AND
WUlCKiibT ROUTE aUUTH-ONU
IG HOUHB TO ATLANTA/
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SUNDAY
_SEPTEMBER 29. 1885 "
Boutli Bound.
?No. 41.
Leave. I
Norfolk ferry.] 9:03 a. in
Portsmouth .19:16 a. in
Arrive. |
S"?'"?, .1 9:63 a. in.
J->ariklln .10:39 a. m
Buyklns .11:01 a. m
?No. 403.
Pcndleton, N. C.|U:27 a. m.|
11:30 p. m.
12:01 a. m.
12:30 a. m.
1:13 a, m.
1:44 a. m.
Murfreesboro, N. C..| C:40 p. m.|
Lewlsten, N. C.| 1:20 p. m.l
Weldon, NT C....111:48 u. m.| 2:50 a. in
Henderaon, N.C. (D).| 1:45 rym!|JjS a. m.
Durham, N. C..| 4:09 p^m.|_nj3?"_a~inT
6:20 u. in.
7:23 a. in.
8:08 a. in.
8:49 a. in.
9:35 a. in.
Ualeich, N. C.
South1!! Pines, N.C
Hamlet, N. C.
Wadesboro, N. C.
Monroe, N.C. (B & S)|
Charlotte. N. C.
3:30 p. m.
0:04 p. m.
7:08 p. in.
7:65 p. m.
8:55 p. m.
Leave.
Monroe, N. C.
Arrive.
Chester, S. C.
Clinton, S. C.
Greenwood, 8. C.
?110:10 P- m.[10:43 a. m.
1 9:15 p. ni.
110:38 p. in.
112:08 a. in.
I 1:04 a. in.
Augusta, Oa...
11:0"> a. in.
12:15 p. m.
12:57 p. in.
Abbeville. S. C.
Eherlon, Oa.
Athena, Ga.
.111:20 a. in.I 6:20 p. in.
1:35 a. m.l 1:21 p. in.
2:52 a. ni. 2:11 p. m.
4:03 a. m. 3:07 p. in.
Macowj Qq.I . I 7:f,(j
Atlanta, Ga.
...| 6:20 a. m.| 4:09 p. m.
?Bally. B?Breakfast. D?Dinner. S?
Slipper.
No. 41 connects at Weldon with A. C.
Line. Pullman sleepers Portsmouth to At?
lanta, Oa.
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
connects at Franklu with steamer Olive
for Edenton and landings on the river.
Connects at Raleigh with Southern rull
way for Ashevillu, N. C., and all Inter?
mediate points on the W. N. C. R. R.
Nob. 403 and 41 VcBtlbule Limited Train,
No extra fare Weldon to Atlanta. Pull?
man sleeper Portsmouth to Atlanta. Ga.
Open at 9 a. m. for reception of passengers.
Connects dlroctly at Atlanta with W. anil
A. R. R. for Chattanooga, Nashville and
all points West. Connects with A, and W.
P. R. R. for Mobile, Montgomery, New
Orleans and all noints Southwest.
ABIXIVE.
?No. 402, Atlanta Special, 7:30 a. m.
?No. 3s?Mall and express, 6:50 p. in.
For tickets and baggage checked to all
points South and Southwest, sleeping cur
reservation and general Information, cull
on or uddrcss
W. V. H. WILLIAMS,
Ticket Agent. 217 High street, Ports?
mouth, va.
GEORGE McP. HATTE,
Travelling Passenger Agent, Portsmouth,
Va.
T. J. ANDERSON, J. W. BROWN. Jr.,
Gcr.'l Pass. Agent. Pass. Agent.
E. ST. JOHN. J. H. WINDER.
Vlce-Piesldent. GenT Manager.
Norfolk and Washington
Steamboat Company.
The new and powerful iron palace
steamers NEWPORT NEWS, WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK will leave
dally aa follows.
NORTH BOUND.
Steamers leave Portsmouth, foot
of North street at. 5:50 p. m.
Leave Norfolk, foot of Mathews
street, at . 6:10 p. m.
Leave Old Point at. 7:20 p. m.
Arrive Washington at. 6:45 a. m.
B7&07-pTrniTRTR
Lv. Washington ot.. S:uO a. m. 7:20 a. m.
Ar. Philadelphia at..'1:10 u. m. 10:40 a. m.
Ar. New York. 2:00 p. rn. 1:23 p. m
South Bound. B. & O. Penn. R.R
Lv. N-.-w York nt...ll:ao a. m. l:uu p. in
Lv. Philadelphia at.. 1:33 p. m. 3:18 p. m.
Ar. Washington ut.. 4:30 p. m. 6:18 p. m.
Stoamcrs leave Washington at~7:0??pTrnT
Arrive at Fortress Monroe at.... 6:30 a. m.
Arrive at Norfolk at.7:30 a. m.
Arrive at Portsmouth at.8:00 a. m.
The trip down tho historic Potomac
River ana C'nesapeak? Bay on the elegant
steamers of this company Is unsurpassed.
The steamers are comparatively new, hav?
ing been built in 1891, and are fitted up
In the most luxuriant manner, with elec?
tric lights, call bells and steam heat in
each room. The tableB aro supplied with
every delicacy of tho season from the
markets of Washington and Norfolk
Tickets en sale at B. <fc O. tlcknt office: N
& C. office, at W. T. Wu!ko"s & Co.'s
office, on wharf.
For further information apply,
m , . D. J. CALLAHAN. .
Telephone, 441* Agent.
._x
FOR_BEW" YORK
PASSENGER SHU a ARE APPOINTjlsil
ED TD BAIL (rum NortoiK on: MUN''?/',}?
DAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAYrall
THUASDAY AND SATURDAY ttt-?iiv ;|
i>. m. From New York on MONDAYB333a
UE8DAYS, WEDNESDAYS, . TH?RKS?!
DAYS at 3 p. in., SATURDAYS. 4 pi SiS?
Passenger accommodations unBurrwusSL?sK
Fare, Including meals and state . <iw5<WI
room bertIi.>'>nvffl
Fare, round trip, limited to thirty
days ...'., ij es -im
For tickets and reservation of state-X't
rooms apply at Company's office, 7? S
Main street or at geneial office at whart,-'?'??'?':
FOR RIOHMOND-Shlps leave NofW$
folk every THURSDAY p. m.. and leavi
Newport News every SUNDAY at
TUESDAY evening, arriving at Rlc:
mond the next morning. C,*? '?:
TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAME
Northampton, Lurny, Accomack, EnoL
and Elafue, sailing dally except Sun?
day. Leave Company's wharf, Norfolk
FOR OLD POINT-At 6:30 and 11:15 a;
m. and 3:45 p. m.; Portsmouth, 8:45 and
10:05 a. m., and 3:05 p. in.: Bay Lira?,
Wiinrf. Norfolk, at 7:00 and 11:30 a. ro?
und 4 p. m.
FOR HAMPTON?At 11:15 a. m. and
3:45 p. in.; Bay Line. 11:30 a. m., and
4:00 p. m.; Portsmouth at 10:05 and 8:0?
p. in
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FIELD.?At 2:30 p. at.; Portsmouth at
2:45 p. m.; Bay Line Wharf at 3 p. in.;
dally, except Sunday.
FOR EAST AND WARE RIVERS-*
Dally excont Sunday, leuvlhg Company's ? '.';?
wharf at 6:30 a. m.; Portsmouth, C.45 ?ev-Vj'.i
n.; Bay Line Whorf, Norfolk, 7 a. ra. 4s
FOR BAIIK, POQUQSIN AND 8$V- 8jt
ERN RIVERS-Touchlng at Old Point- ,
Laave company's whnrf Monday, Wad- "'.'?.
n*Sdny and Friday at 8:30 a. m.; Ports- sg
mouth, 8:45 a. nt.; Bay Line Wharf, Nor*
'folk, at 9:00 a. in.; returning next day.
FOR SEVERN RIVER ? Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday from Company's
wharf nt 0:30 a. m.: Portsmouth, $-.46 a.
in.; Bay Line, Norfolk, 7 a. m,
FOR NANSEMOND RIVER AN? y
SUFFOLK-At 3 p. m.; Portsmouth, 3:1? . r
p. m.. connecting at Suffolk with B. and 'A
c. r. r. ;::>??)
Freight for MathewB, Back, Pequoalo, '??
Ware, Severn and Nansemond rlvtr*
I must be prepaid v?
NORTH CAROLINA DIVISI,pN-For.
merly N. N. and W. D. L.?Steamer Albe- .
marie leaves Norfolk for Wushington, N. ' i
C., Mondays at 4 a. m.; Thursdays, at 1
a m., ctrryli^; frelaht and passengers
for Washington and points on the Tar,
Pungo and Pnmllco rivers.
Freight for Newborn. N. C, received at ' S
N. and S. R. r. depot.
Freight received dally except Sunday.
All schedules subject to change with*
out notice. . . ijA
_M. B. CROWELL, Agent. ,
BALTIMORE
STEAM PACKET COMPANY,
BAY LINE.
REDUCED RATES BY THE FAVORITfl 1
LINE. QUICKEST PASSENGER AND
FREIGHT ROUTE BETWEEN THE
NORTH AND SOUTH.
COMMENCING MONDAY, DEC. .2, 1896.
Lv, Portsmouth, High street.15:60 p tri '
Lv. Norfolk'. Main street.!a:30 p m
Lv. Old Point, Hygela Pier.!7:80 p m ,
Ar. Baltimore. Union Dock.7:30 a m
P. r. r. I B. i O.
Lv. Baltimore
Ar. Philadelphia.?
Ar. New York.?
SOUTH BOUND. | P. R. R. | B. & O.
11:30 am
Lv. New York.1*2:10 p m
Lv. Philadelphia .?4:41 p m
Ar. Baltimore .1*7:00 p m
?3:30 p. m .
?5:35 p m
Lv. Baltimore, Union Dock..16:30 p m;5;r;
Lv. Baltimore, Canton.7:00 p in .
Ar. Old Point. 6:00 a m ;
Ar. Norfolk . 7:00 a m
Ar. Portsmouth .,....... 8:30 a m:
The trip by tliese steamers affords a,
most enjoyable Ball on tlie Chesnpeakd H
Bay. passing through Hampton Roads and'
harbor of Norfolk, with view of all objects
of interest Incident to these historical- lo?;...
railtlen. Offering unsurpassed service in .
every particular. Largo and luxuriantly
riirnlrhed saloons and staterooms, heated
by steam and lighted by electricity. _
TIcketB sold to all points North, East,
and West and baggnge checked to dostl- ,
nation. Staterooms reserved upon appll- '
cation In person at the company's office.
No. 77 West Main street, or on boardV
steamer.
Freight will not bo received after 4 p. m, j
to go forward that duy.
For further Information apply to ' i
W. RANDALL, I* ~
'.Dally except Sunday. "Dally.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT DEC. 1, 1855.
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
7:40 a.m. ? Tho Chicago Express-^FoB
Petersburg, Richmond and
Washington also, for.
Lynchburg, Roanoke, Had
ford, Bluefleid, Pocahontasy
Kenova, Columbus and Chi?
cago. Sleeper Roanoko to
Columbus without change;
Also for Fulaskl, Bristol.
Knoxvllle, Chattanooga and
Intermediate Points.
9:30 p. m. ?For Petersburg, Rad ford,
Pulaskl, Bristol; also for.:
Bluelleld, and Pocahontasp
a! jo for Rocky Mount and
all stations on Winston?
Salem Division. Has , Pull-,
man sleeper Norfolk tos
Roanoke. Connects at Boa- .
noke at 6:15 a. m. with ffl
Washington and Chattanoo- .'.'
ga, limited for all pointa
South and West. Pullman
sleepers Roanoke to Mem?
phis and New Orleans.
A R R I V E.?Norfolk dally, 8:25 a.' .rn.-' v,'
11-25 a. m. and 9:00 p. m. v
NORFOLK AND RICHMOND.
(Vestibule Limited.)
Leave Norfolk 4:35 p. m...
arrive Richmond 7:00 p. in.,
connecting for Washington. EE
Baltimore, Philadelphia and
New York. Returning loavo ft
Richmond 5:00 a. m,, arrlv'o.'.
Norfolk H:25 . a. m. Stops,
only at Suffolk, Wavoriy*
m and Petersburg. Second-- -,
class tickets not accepted '
for passage on these trains.
Other dally trains leav^a 3
Norfolk 7:40 a. m., arriVA^
at Richmond 11:05 a.,m.' R??W
turning.leavo Richmond 5iW;S
p. m.; arrive Norfolk "9;9ali
p. m.
For fu.-th-ir information as to tlckot?,'- -
rates, baggage, checks, etc., call.on 6?.
adddress R. W. COURTNEY, District,
Passenger Agent; C. H. BOSLEY,,TlokSra
Agent, 126 Main street, or C. E. Finch,
Agent, depot Norfolk and Western rast?-'
road. W. B. BEVILL.
General Passenger Agent, ,
General Office. Roanoke, . Vtuyj-;
ROANOKE. NORFOLK AND
BALTIMORE STEAMBOAT CO.
Commencing Sunday, September''" i?V~
IS95, tho steamers of this Uns will iaavo :
Bay Lino wharf every Wednesday ar,4:
Saturday night for Baltimore, and leave-;
Baltimore pier every Tuesday and Friday
at 6 p. m.
Freight received only on sailing dfcy*.
Telephone 8. WM\ RAND/V
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