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FIELD D ftY FOR BULLS
\nd They Had Their Opponents on the Run
From Start to Finish.
SHORTS BID UP PRICES Oil THEMSELVES.
?uilKT? Staownltor Delivered (he First
Serious Blow tu llio Boars by
Xbrowlug tbo Fltt-Bnrroiv In
Junction Cnso Out or Court- A
Wild Buab to Cover Followed.
New York. Dec. 0.?The bulls In the
Industrials had a Held day at the Stock
Exchange and they had their opponents
On the run from start to Ilnlsh of the
session. For weeks past It has been
fashionable in speculative circles to go
Bhort of these specialties on prospects
of Congressional interference, threaten?
ed litigations and law suits uctually
begun, until nearly every active trader
on the street had out a line of short
contracts. In the aggregate those con?
tracts reached an ernomous total and all
the bears needed, to make their cam?
paign a success was some unfavora?
ble development to bring about demor?
alization in the bull ranks. The refusal
of Congress to rush uhcad with legis?
lation against the trusts was a disap?
pointment, but the llrst serious blow
lo the hopes of the shorts was given yes?
terday by Judge Showalter, who prac?
tically throw the Pitt-Barrow's case out I
of court. Following the announcement |
of the decision there was a wild rush
cover and in their anxiety to get back
their contracts brokers bid prices up
on themselves. The stock opened at
67Vi sm* 69%. 5.000 shares changing
hands almost simultaneously with the
dropping of the chairman's gavel,
further rise to 69?i followed, after which I
some of the more prudent of the bulls]
sold a. line of stock acquired during the
recent decline from 70 down to 60Vi, and
the price receded to 67%. Trading then
dropped to normal proportions and the
price hovered around 68@68Vj. until near
the close, when It Jumped to Cfl'.s, at
which the linal transactions were ef?
fected.
Sugar witfi tulten In hand and marked ]
tip 1% to lOoVi, a decline to lO^a follow?
ed, but Just at the close a big buying I
order was placed In the room and the |
stock soared to 107%?107V4.
Tobacco, uffter a decline, jumped to |
7!)%. Leather, preferred, after an early
period of weakness and a decline to 62%,
rose to 64K
Speculntl'on in the railways was check?
ed at one time by the engagement of I
$2,600,000 gold for export to Europe to?
morrow, but In the afternoon sesalon
a better demand prevailed and on cover?
ing of shorts an advance of *if?V4 per
cent, took place, the improvement be?
ing well distributed. The closing was
strong undor the lnfluonce of the spurt
in mi gar. Net changes show gulns of
M<ff% per cent. In the railways and
?i<3139? per cent. In the Industrials.
Total pales were 295,007 shares, of
willen 226,D00 were In the Industrials.
< tuvine UkIh.
B10CK QUOTATIONS. |N.lOCjt;
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im
A C O._. IS'.v.N, prel.1??
- r a.3iy<
in...
St P. 75
Si P. prcf.187U
SC. (S7,li
TP. a
V V. R
IV. 7tf
W.pirf. isv4
w u.ss
HOMOS.
A.CIum A.110
A CO. pref .........
A S, renoerleii.Iti7
A tt, refineries, pref. Ml
A T.-. 74
A T.araf.,..100
B Jt 6.fi(>>*
C A- O.*. IT"'
CA A._167
C, Hi Q. 8,34
B, LAW.16ll
IC.prff.......23
U g.30"; A, Clatib.110
1 C. DSU A, Cht?? C.I04l(
LE<V..S'.'i{Lsvs.ion
LE&W.pref. 7,1'J;NC4\ .104
LS._. .lOyUNCtfa.W4
LAN..*. RS?iTKSS'a .8;
MC....101 IVfi'a.prcf. f>
N * <f.?15 lv.TR. ?
m c.101 V f P. 6?
m p-.so?'.u s 4'? ft.noli.
K4C. 7.i it! S4?. C.llljj
K .VC.ItlRMlU s c,r?. 97
N V C..100 Iii It fa. sr. I
NAW.prci. 10 SK, common.- 1U",?
NT. 4 Sit,pref. 34IJ
N p. pref.. 15 |S C 4!*"?.107 j
?Alksd.
Moue.r .tlnrhrt.
New York, Dec. 6.?Honey on call
steady, at Hfc<82 per cent.; last loan at
2 and closing offered at 2 per cent.
Prime mercantile pap>4r. 4',<?<&"? 5% per
cent. Bar sliver. C7. Sterling exchantje,
steaady, with actual business in bunk?
ers' bills at 4.S7&<?H.SS for 00 days, and
4.S9 for demand. Posted rates, 4.5994.90.
Commercial bills, 4.86%#4.87?fc. Oovern
ment bond's, steady; State bonds, dull;
railroad bonds. Irregular. Silver at the
board was dull.
Neil l'ork Muri,et.
New York.Dcc. C.?Flour quiet, gener?
ally steady; winter wheat, low grades,
$2.26?|2.65; do. fair to fancy, $i>.G6fa'$;U0;
do., patents $S.504} $3.70; Minnesota
clear, $2.60<47>$3.1G: patents. $3.15934.19;
low extra?. $2.2SGJ$2.6G; city mills, $3.R0(H>
$4; do. patents, $44?$4.25; Southern
flour quiet and steady; common to
fair extra, $2.10<S$2.80; good to choice
do.. $2.905i'$3.a0.
Wheat?Dull and tinner: No. 2. red,
Store und elevntor. 70c; afloat. 71,,-'.c.
Csfn-Dull and easier: No. 2, 35*40
25%0., In elevator; 36%936c., afloat: op
tlo?s were dull and steady, without
feature; December, 34;ic; January,
34??c.; May, :;f,ai,c.
fiats?Moderately active and firm;
options dull n^d tinner; December.
E2?4c.; January, 23%c; February, 2374c;
May, 26'i(<; spot prices?No. 2, 221;fff
2274c.; No. 2, white, 24Vic; mixed West?
ern, 33?21Vj.
Beef steady and quiet; family, $10(5
$12; extra mt/ss, $7.50fi$S.
Be.ef hams dull at $14.50fff $15.
Tlereed bfcef Inactive; city extra, In
'dla mess, $16.
Cut n-/eat3?Quiet and unsettled;
pickled bellies (12 pounds) 6<t?5>4c.:'
pickled shoulders, 5Mffi)5',4c.; hams, VA
@8%c. Middles nominal.
Lard quiet and depressed; "Western
steam, $fi.<!0; city, $?.20@5.25; December,
$5.60 nominal.
Pork easy and In moderate demand;
mess, $99$9.60.
Ooffee?Firm at 20 points up; Decem?
ber, Ji3.G5Jf.i3.60; January, $13.60913.76;
?\?bruury. $13.504913.60; March, $13.359
3.55; May, M2.S5.fi 13; July. $12.45; Sep?
tember, Sl1.fifiiic12.ori; October.?; Spot
Itlo, dull and steady; No. 7. 14%e.
Sugar?Flaw, dull and firm; fair re?
fining. 3Vs03Uc.; refined, active and
Arm'; off a. 4 3-16ifi>4%c; standard a,
<%c; cut loaf and crushed, DVic; granu?
lated, 4%@4%c. ,
Clilcnao .lfnrket.
Chlcar,"". 111.. Dec. 6.?The short Inter?
est created In wheat recently was evi?
dently a largo one and at the present
time it Is not In a vcjy complacent mood.
To-day's market owes its respectable
gain to the uncomfortable feeling dls
played by this class of traders. The
seiftlment early was rather undecided.
The fear of something in the nature of ]
European complication tended to deter
selling, whilst bull news being scarce, I
buyers were correspondingly back?
ward. As the prices opened firm It
took only moderately offerings to cause
them to recede. Afternoon movement In
an opposite direction set in and at the
close the feeling was strong at the
outside quotation.
Corn, In obedience to the influence ex?
erted by wheat, declined in the morning
and advanced In the afternoon. The
opening trading was at firm prices, but
the lack of bull ardor and the downward
trend of wheat soon gave the, market a
different phase. The rally before the
close was purely a matter of sympathy.
The oats market was practically fea?
tureless at the opening. At the close the
best quotations of the day' prevailed.
The variations of wheat and corn fur-1
ntshed the Inspiration to oats.
May pork closed 2V4 per cent, lower |
and May lard und ribs each a shade low?
er than yesterday.
Upoulug. Highest. I.owe6t. Closing.
Wheat?
Janunrr.R7J1 fiR^-i 67M; fiV^Wi
?cterufier BSTj ii&W ?c'? 6S'/2
May.Oi;4aCl>i 61;j CD<4 Cl%
Corn?
January_MX W, Mlialfftf Vr\i
July.::0 SOW raj, 3012
rxetinbcr .Mi 20s; ?Ua26H ?S
Mbt.29 itjj isv? miiaSSli
Oats?
Doccaiber...l7 17VJ 17 17??
May.20>? Wi 20'J 20?J
Pork?
Dcrember.7 80 7 SO 7 ?0 , 7 SO
Jauuarr.. 8 G2W 8 8 02!-a' 8 CS
May.U 01) 9 02)^ 0 CO 0 02Jj
l,ani?
December f, 17? ? 17V, fi 17?.J 6 17?.
Janunrr ..6 36 6 36 6 i\2\-? 8 3S
Mut.6 67% 6 57? 5 *5 5 67M
Ribs?
December 4 32?.; 4 32?.1 4 S2K 4 W?i
January.. 4 4 37',:; 4 3? 4 36
May.-.4 CO I 00 4 67S * ?0
Cash Quotations:. Flour, quiet and!
I steady; No. 2. spring wheat, 56%059Vfic;
No. 2, red, GO>4062aflC.; No. 2. corn,
26%026Ke.; No. 2, oats. 17V4017?;?c.
I mess pork, $7.80(57.87%; lard. 6.27V305.3O;
I S. U. -; shoulders. $4.50<8'4.7?; S. C.
I sides. $4.5004.02. Whiskey. $1.22
Baltimore Market.
Baltimore Md.. Dec. G.?Flour?Quiet;
I Western super, $2.45402.65; do., extra,
$2.7693.08;'do., family. $3.15?$3.60; win?
ter wheat, patents. $3.t' '<< 13.sr.; spring,
do., do.. $3.5003:70; do., do., straight.
$3.35^3.50.
Wheat? Steady; No. 2. red, spot and
December, 65%066c: May. 69%<Jf70c.
I steamer. No. 2, red. 62*4063c; Southern,
by sample, GS? 67c.; do., on grade, 63V?;<ir
I ?G%c
Corn?Firm: mixed spot. o3^?((f34c.;
year, 33*?033i&C.; January. IW'ittjpt 3394c.;
steamer, mixed. 3ZV4<232?4c.; Southern,
I white. 32>?033ttc.; do., yellow, 32%@34c. |
Oat*?Firmer; No. 2. white Western.
I 2416026c,; No. 2, mixed, do.. 23c. asked.
Rye? Inactive; No. 2, 44{i.45c. near by;
|47<f?48e. Western.
Coffee?Dull; H%c.
Cotton Markets.
New York, Dec. 6.?Cotton?Quiet and
steady; middling Gulf, S%; middling,
8%; net receipts, none; gross, 3.9S0; ex?
ports to Great Britain. 2.737 ba4es; to
the Continent, 400 bales: forwarded, 4SI
bales; sales. 203 bales?all spinners;
stock. 182.C62 bales.
T*o*tal to-day: Net receipts. 43.S98
bales; exports to Great Britain, 19.482
bales; to the Cpntlnent, 14;745 bales;'
stock, 945,619 boles.
Totals so far this week: Net receipts,
231.157 bales; exports to Great Britain.
S4.043 hales; to Fra.nce. 29.274 bales; to
the Continent, 102,987 bales.
Totals since September 1st: Receipts.
[2,658,189 bales; exports to Great Dr4t,ain.
473,294 bales: to France. 204.132 bales; CO
I the Continent. 656,162 bales.
New Turk. Doc. G.?Cotton futures
j Steady; sales, I78;tl00 bales; December.
|8'.12; January. S.14: FcbruAry. 8.19;
March,, 8.24; April. S.30; May. 8.34; June,
18.38; J?ty. S.40; J> uguat, 8.41; September,
I 8.12; October, 7:99.
Liverpool,'Dec. 5.-12:30 p. m.?Cotton
I in good demand: prices unchanged;
American middling. 4 9-16/2. Sales. 15,
1000 bales; Amorlca,u, 14,000 balf^s; spec*-I
11)latton and export, 1,000; receipt's. 300
bales?all American. Futures opened
j steady, witli demand fair.
Liverpool, Dec. 6.?4 p. ,m.?Cotton?|
December, 4 28-64<Sr4 29-64d; 'December
and January, 4 27-6404 2S-Gld.. seller; I
January and February'. 4 27-64d.: Feb
r.uary and March. 4 27-64d.; March and
April. 4 27-64d.. buyer: April and May.
4 2o-04d.. seller; May and June, 4 2S-640
4 29-64d; June. July. 4 29-.S40?. 30-64*1,
buyer; July. August, 4 30-6404 31-64d.,
value; August and September, 4 30-64d.
seller; October and November (unofii
clal). 4 20-64d., value. Futures close<l |
very steady.
New Orleans, Dee. 6.?Cotton futures
I steady; pales, 53.700 bale?; December,
17.97: January. 7.98: February, 8.03:
.March. 8.06; April, 8.09; May. 8.12; June,
I 8.15; July, 8.1S; August, S.1G; September,
7.8S; Ootober, 7.78.
ltccclpts By IliW) .1 Steamer.
Office of't he Virginian.
Norfolk, Vs.; Dec. 6. 1S?5.
Tbro-'gli, Local. Total I
Seabnard Air Line. 6t 3-Mj 4t:i
Atlantic A Pnn?ille. 103 0.1 104
NorfiHk tt Souther., 78 ISI 229
Norfolk A Carolina. ? 2if. 256 |
Norf lk A Wrwiwrn. ? ?
Steamer Harbinger. ? io
A'or folk Cotton Mnrket.
is*:* IS94.
Fritlnv?Tine: Firm. Cltatly.
Hood Middling._ 8 6-10 tM
Mt.ldiiig. Ee 6 5-1?!
I.o?r Middling. 7 9-10 4 7-8 1
Good Ordinary. 6 7-3 4 1-4
Dales Hales
Sales. 693 l-SM
Receipt?. 1,00? 3.CI2
Shipments.1,060 1,429
Stock. 1,-1 76,734
AHHII.l SAI i; ttVOTATIOMi.
Prot lalouM.
Norfolk, Va? Dec. C, 1895.
Fish?Mackerel, No. 2, In kegs, $7.00; |
new, small, $12.50; nttr, medium, $12; No.
3, In kegs, $3.50; Herring, Fumlly Roe,
half barrel, $2.75; North Carolina Cut
Herring, $3.2503.75; Eastern, In barrels,
$3.25.
Mess Pork?New, $9.75.
Ham?Pork, $10.35.
Hams?Smlthtteld. 140176.
Bulk Meats?Clear rib, $5.15; fat]
backs, 5Vic; bellies, 5%c. as to size |
pieces; pork plate, St.905t5.OO.
Shoulders?Sugar cured, 7Vsc
Bacon?Shoulders, 6%c.
Breasts?Sugar cured ,10V4c.
Lard?Pure lard, tierces. 707V4o., as to
cases and tub*. 7Vic. over tierces: com?
pound, CUc.; tierces, In cases, 5%c.
Cheese?Cream, 10? 10 Vic.; Western
Dairy, 9<g9Vic.
Buttel?Market strong; New York
Sta.te dairy, new, 23c; fresh cream?
ery, 24025c; Western. 16020c
Kerosene Oil?Firm; 112 degrees, lie;
60 degrees, 13V4c; Red. 150 degrees, 14c
groceries.
Coffee?Steady; IUo, common, 16V40
17 Vic; Fair, 18V4019c; Good, 2Q4r*0S4c.;
cou fronts the average house?
wife after all the family have dined. They are greasy dishes,
too, and hard to get perfectly clean with ordinary soap and
water. A good many thoughtful wives have discovered that
the best, easiest and quickest way to wash dishes is to use
i
ashing Powder
in the dish water. It acts like magic?cuts the grease and J?jjj
makes the dishes clean. All cleaning is made easier by this
great cleanser. It is cheap, too?that's the best of it. 25c.
for a large package. Sold by all grocers.
THE N. K. FAIR BANK COMPANY,
Chicago, St. Loo Ik, New York, Boston, Philadelphia.
Choice, 21021V4C.; Luguayra, 21 l-3c;
Java, 2903O&C
Syrups and Molasses?Steady; Syrups,
Bright. I8i?)23c.: Fair Grades. 16020c:
Porto Rico, 16, 20, and 26c, as to grade.
New Origans Molasses?Quiet: Fair.
204926c: Good. 38040c: Choice. 45c.
Flour?Market very strong: West?
ern Spring Wheat. Hest Patent
Family, *4.60; Winter Wheat.
Best Patent Family. J4.25; Win?
ter Wheat. Choice Patent Family.
$3.5)0: Choice Straight Family, J3.60:
Good Family. S3.5": Fair Family,. $3.30.
Good Low Family, $3.25; Good Extra.
;$3.15.
Salt?Firm: Liverpool Flue. Sl(iJ 1.10.
( as to grade; G. A.. 55065c, as to weight,
j Rice?Milled, 606c; dice. In touch, 6'.
65c per bushel. .
Sugar Slurbct.
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 . $5 36
Powdered . 4 98
Gruuuiated . 4 6.1
Confectioners' Standard "A"_ 4 48
American Off "A". 4 36
Franklin Nearly white "B". 4 40
Centennial, bright, yellow "B".3 98
California "R". 3 92
FrankltnStandard extra "C".... 3 86
Keystone extra "C". 3 SO
American extra "C". 3 73
Nearly While New Orleans Sugar.. -
Grain.
Peas?Steady; Blnqk-Eyo Peas,$1.75
per bag; Black, EOiJ 55.e. per bushel.
Corn?Southern White, quiet, at 330
34c.
Oats?Steady; Mixed, 2Sc; white.
30032c.
J|IIU Feed?Market steady. Bran.
$15; shlpsluff, or middling, $17;
meal, white bolted.-per 60.lbs., rtJc.
Hay?Western Xo. 1. Timothy, SIS.r.O
019.00; Maryland and Vlrslnia, No.
1 Timothy, $17.50; No. 2. $15.50.
I'rorlure.
Southern Fruits?Bananas, 75c.<&$1.25
per bunch; oranges, Jamaica, $4.75 per
box; cocoanuts. $4.00 per bag of 100:
Lemons, $3.5004; Northern apples, $2.25
02.75.
Turnips, $1.26; sweet potatoes, $1.75;
Qniops, $1.75: parsnips, $2; celery, 35c.
bunch; carrots. $1.7S.
Poullry-?Chlekons. old, 25c; spring
Chickens. 13020c.
Eggs?Wholesale. 19c. per duzen.
Beeswax? 25c. per pound.
Truck.-lrl.sh potatoes: Eallnc pota?
toes,' $1.2C31.50 per ' bag; ' Onions, $1.75
per bag*
E'ennnt Market.
Market steady: Prime. 3c; strictly
prime, 3'.ic.; fftney, o'ic; common 20
2Msc; Spanish. 6Oc.07Oc.
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of Xorfolk nnd I'orKmoiith,
December tub. 1805.
ARRIVALS.
Spanish stmp. Alicia, Aldomlz, Gul
VCSton, to Liverpool, to William Lamb
& Co. Coaled and sailed.
Stmr. Joseph L. Colby, Lavergb, Ros?
ton, with barge 110, to William Lamb
ft Co., to coal.
Ship Joseph B. Thomas, Lermond,
New York. In /ballast, to WUliaju
Lamb ? Co.. to load coal for Bcnolulu.
Schirl Agnes B. Manson, Bu,bbltt;
Harry Messer. Handy. Boston: Mary A.
Kandnll. New London; .iam?s Royce.
Jr., Tlllon, New York, to William Lamb
& Co., for coal.
Sehr. Zephnnlfth Steelman, Bennett,
New York, with coal.
Sehr. J. Mi Hat low, Super, New York,
light.
Sehr. James Ponder, Maxwell, New
York, light.
Sehr. Three Brothers, Bnlley, Queens
town, Md., light.
Tug Asher J. Hudson. Baltlmore.wlth
barges Thomas McNally and Lotus In
tow.
Tug Taurus. O'Brien, New York, with
ship Joseph B. Thomas.
Barges Mary Wlthrldge and Lone
Star, to William Lamb & Co., for coal.
MEMORANDA.
German stmp. Minister Maybach,
passed in the trapes at 12:30 p. m.
Stmr. White Cross, passed in the
Capes last night.
Stmr. Calvin passed In the Capes at
8 A. M. for Newport News.
Sohr. John Johnson. Clark, from New
York, arrived at Suffolk.
Cape Henry. Va., Dec. 6.?12 m.?
Clear. Northwest winds; fourteen
miles. Light sea.
CLEARED.
Sehr. Lewis H. Goward, Hayncs, New
Bedford, with coal. '
Sehr. William F. Burdon, Taylor, Bal?
timore, with coal.
Sehr. John M. Broomall, Gondy, Bal?
timore, with lumber.
Sehr. Carolina, Hill, Washington,with
lumber.
Sehr. Minerva, L. Webmore, Hill,
Washington, with laths.
Tug Ashcr J. Hudson. Baltimore, with
two schooners and barge Glide in tow.
SAILED.
Sehr. Lyman M. Law, Sharp, Provi?
dence, with coal.
Sehr. R. and T. Hargraves, Rlsley,
Providence, with coal.
Sehr. Eva L. Ferris, Stevens, Wilson's
Point, with coal.
Sehr. John R. Fell, Loveland, New
York, with lumber
Sehr. Harbcsqn Hickmnn. Henderson.
New York, with lumber.
Sehr. N. H. Burrow, Walion, Now
York, with lumber.
Sehr. Bhoda Holmes, Holmes, Now
York, with wood.
Hehr. William H. B?llcy, BaJIcy, Pro
vldenee. and Fall Hiver. with pis Iron.
Sehr. A. T. Cohn. James. Baltimore,
with lumber.
Sehr. Charles P. Notman. Jciwelt,
Fortland, with cnal.
Sehr. Independent, |L'usr, Portland,
with coal.
Sehr. John Pierce, Crowley, New
York, with lumber.
Sehr. Maude Briggs, Wlnslow, New
York with lumber.
Sehr. Ida C. Schoolcroft, Booye, New
York, with Imnher.
Tug Spring Garden, south with sclir.
Record.
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steamer Monday, Tuesday, Thurs?
day and Saturday for Newborn. Roanoke
Island. M trehead City. Kinston and
Gold shorn via a. and N. o. R. R., and for
Jacksonville. Wilmington, N. C, und all
stations on t..e W; N. anil N. R. R.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS dally (except
Sunday) at i]3S p. in.; and Express dally
toxceoi Sunday) ji w:& a. in., connect
With all rail und steam lines at Norfolk
fur the North, Bast and West. Passenger
stations foot of Fast Main street. Nor?
folk and Western depot. Freight utu
tlon on Water struct.
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH,
FAST FREIGHT LINK AND OLD DO?
MINION LINE between all poln.'s North
nod East via Norfolk and Norfolk and
HoUt;herts Railroad and Eastern North
Carolina.
Freight received dully until 5 p. m. and
forwardlv promptly at low rate. . .
For further Information apply to the
General Office of tho N. and S. R. R. Co.,
Norfolk. Vu.
II. C. HUDOINS.
General Freight and Pass. Agent.
M. K. KINO,
General Manager.
FOR RICHMOND, PETERSBURG, OLD
POINT, CLAREMONT, NEWPORT
NEWS and James river landing!- direct liy
daylight?Vlrglnlu Nuvigaton Company's
Elegant steamer P?CAHONTAS leaves
Clyde's Wharf. Norfolk, every TUI2S
DAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY at
7 u. m.. touching at Portsmouth, Old
Point. Newport News going and returning,
arriving at Richmond about 6 p. m., con?
necting With all evening trains. Fare
Richmond, II. 10: fare to Richmond ancl_|
return, $2.60; fare to Rlchrtiond. second
class. II. Tickets much cheaper than
by any other route to Richmond, Peteis
burg. Waverly. Illcksfor? and stations on
Atlantic %and Danville railroad and all
points via Richmond. Tickets for aalo at
ticket agencies of Wnlke & Sou, U
ltr.unit and on board steamer.
Freight received dally. Sunday excepted,
for all above named points.
JAMES W. McCARRTCK,
Agent.
'i it a v i i, i . n ^ iriui s>?
N9 fl If L NOiU'oijiv aiSj
? Ui V. r VI Ii W RAILllC
schedule IN effect o<
AN U OoliiA
RAILROAD CO.
j.'KCT OCT. 7, 1893.
DAILY EXCEPT 'SUNDAY?Louvo
Norfoik~C:45, 9:00, 11:00 u. m.l ? 1:00, 3:00,
6:00, 7:00 p. m. Leave Ocean Viow~S:00,
10:00 a. m.; 12 noon: 2:00. 4:00, 6:00. 8:00 p.m.
SUNDAY TRAINS?Leave Norfolk? ]
9:00. 11:00 a. m.: 1:00, 3:00, 0:00, 7:00^. m.
Leave Ocean View?10:00 n. ro.i 12:001
noon; 2:00, 4*00, 6:00, 8:00 p. m.
W. A. UARRITT.
(icnetal Manager.
General OtTlce, Ocean View. Va,
DIRECT ROUTE.
FOR BOSTON. PROVIDENCE AND
SAVANNAH.
Every MONDAY. w'KDNESDAT ami
FRIDAY at 6 p. m. for bobton.
FOR PROVIDENCE.
Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SAT?
URDAY at 6 p. m.
PARES TO UOSTON AND PROVI
DI0NCH. ?
First class. including meals and sa?
loon stateroom berth.9:00
Second class, including- meals and
berth. 7:00
FOR SAVANNAH.
Every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY
at 9 a. m.
Fare?First eluss, including meals
und berth.?12 50
Fare?Second class, Including meals
and hunk. R 00
Perishable Freight sent via. Providence
forwarded by early train to Boston, and
at the samu rate aa by direct stcamors to
Posten.
Perishable Freights not roceived later
thun 6:3'J p. m. on sailing dnys of lloston
ships; 5:30 sailing days of Providence
ships.
For further Information apply to
R. H. WRIGHT. Agent. Norfolk, Vn.;
A. D. KTKRRINS. Aas t Tariff M'gr.
W. p. TURNER, General Pass. Ag'ti
' WHITNEY. Traffic Manager.
Ocnerul Offices, Raltlmoie. Md.
NORFOLK AND
CAROLINA
RAILROAD.
CONDENSED SCHEDULE IN EFFECT
NO VEMBER. 17._1S95._
j| No. 49. I No. 103.
STATIONS. i| Dilly ex.
Dally. 1 Sunday.
Lv. Norfolk. Va.II S:10 a. m
Ar. Suffolk, Va. 9:44 n. m.
Ar. Tunis, N. c. |lfl:3S (4. m.
Ar. Ilobgood, n. l\. 11:19 u. ill
Ar. Tarbors, n. c...(112:12 p. in
Ar. Rocky ML, N.C.||12:42 p. m
Ar. wiiiiatmuon. n.c
Ar. Plymouth. n.c.
Ar.Washington. n.c.
Ar. Kinston, n. C.j
2:10 p. in.
3:or> p. in.
4 :?'.i p. in.
6:26 p. in.
:..."?(! p. in.
0:15 p. III.
7:50 p. m.
9:110 p. in.
7:35 p. iu
7:3"> p. u .
At. Wilson, N. v..
Ar. I ?olilsbnro. n.t
Ar.Wlliuington, H.C.|! 6:45 p.^njl0:00 a. in.
Ar. FuvctievHIe.N.C.Ij 4:30 p. m.112:61 a. m.
Ar. Florence, S.C_I 7:16 p. in.I S:im a, in.
Ar. Charleston. S.C..||I0:.".5 p. m.| 1>:I0 a. in.
Ar. Columbia, S. C
Ar. Augusta, Ga.
Ar. Atlanta, Gt>.
Ar. Milcen, Ga....
Ar. Bavannuh, Ga...
Ar. Jackson vi lie. Fla.
A rT SeiinaT n. C.
Ar. Raleigh, n. c...
Ar. Greensboro.N.C.
Ar. Ashrvillr. n. C...
io:oo p. m.
8:00 u. in.
12:16 p. m.
1 :b? a. in.
l :5r. n. m.
7:30 a. in.
2:53 p. m.
4:85 p. in.
7:20 p. in.
112:0O m.
11:10 a. in.
&:<>[) p. in.
12:l? p. in.
U :00 u. in.
7::i."> a. in.
12:30 p. m.
No. 41' Dally, connects with A. C.
train 23 for ull points Sou til.
No. 103 Dally, cj.cept ?Sunday, makes
close connection ut Ifoligcod for Wash?
ington, N; C Kinston, N. C. Plymouth,
N. C und ull Eastern Curollnu points:
also ill Rocky Mount with A. c. L. train
3d for ull points South.
Trains arrive at Norfolk 0:05 p. in. dnllv.
Also ut 10:26 u. in. daily, except Sunday.
No. 4'.i runs through without change,
Norfolk to Wilmington.
Baggage checked at company's Nor?
folk whurf und aluo ut office of Passenger
und Ticket Agent. w Main street.
For tickets to II points South, sleep?
ing car reservation and general Informa?
tion, call on or uililress, _
J. A. NEUGF.BAUER.
Passenger und Tl''R*?t Agent':
JAMES F. MAUI'lN,
General Forwarding Agent;
T. M. EMERSON.
General Freight and Pass. Agent.
G. M. SERFELL-,
General MaiiOger, Norfolk.
Cape
Charles
Route
N8W YQFK,
PHiladsiptiia and
Norfelk l R. Co
SIX HOURS QUICKER THAN ANY
OTi I RR LINE.
THROUGH PAY AND NIGHT EXPRESS
EACH WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 6, U95.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
7:45 a. m. dully, except Sunday?(Ports?
mouth, High street, 7:30 u. in.)
Arrive at Philadelphia 5:52 p. m.;
New York at t>:3i u. ni.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
C:10 p. m. dally. (Portsmouth; High street
6:55.) Ai rive nt Philadelphia
5.10 u. in.; New York 7:43 u. m
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
8:00 a. in. dully, (Portsmouth, High street
!':I0). leaving New York S p. in.
Philadelphia 11:16 p. in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
1:05 p. m. dully, except Sunday?(Ports?
mouth, High street. K:I5 p. in.),
leaving New York at S u. in.;
Philadelphia, 10:20 u. 111.
Close connection uiutle with ull rail and
round lines to and from Boston.
Pullman Sleeping Cars on night trains
between Jersey City. Philadelphia und
Cape Charles. Pullman Buffet und Par?
lor Cars on day triitna between Phila?
delphia and Cape Charles.
Through Tickets sold nntl hagguge
checked at Walke'a Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, and on the steamers.
R. D. COOKE, General Agent.
ATLANTIC AND DANVILLE RAIL
A WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOVEMBER
17. 1395.
Leave Shippers' Coinpress Wharf, dally,
9:20 a. in.; West Norfolk, 9:46 a. m. for
Danville and all Intermediate station*,
arriving tit Danville, 6:26 p. in. Lcavt
Not folk. 6:23 p. m.. West Norfolk, B::V> p.
m. Leave Lawrencevllle dally (except
Sunday) ut C:0o a. in., urrlvlng at Dutl
Vllle at 10:30 a. in.
Connection, made at Danville and Jef
frcss Junction with Southern Rallwuv
System, ut Dennlstun Junction for Dur?
ham, South Boston and ull points on
the Durham Division of the N. and W.
R. R.
Pullman sWp?rs between Danville,
AsheVllle, Atlanta, Augusta, 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.
W. H. TAYLOR.
General Passenger Agent:
C. O. HAINES.
Su| erlntendent.
CLYDE'S REGULAR LINE STEAM?
SHIPS FOR PHILADELPHIA?Only di?
rect line from Norfolk to Philadelphia.
Until further orders, steamers are ap
notnted to sail from Norfolk every Mon?
day. Wednesday and Saturday at 3 p.
ni ; und from Philadelphia every Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday. - -
Through hills of lading to all points
South find Southwest via Seaboard Air
Line. Atlantic Coast Line and Virginia,
Tennessc Air Lino Railroad.
1 le"'"- JAMES W. MeCARRICK,
i General Southern Agent. Norfolk, Va.
,W. P. CLYDE. & co..
I x Agents. Philadelphia.
T HE NORFOLK, ALBEMARLB AND
ltU.,ni?AT^ANTIC RAILROAD CO.
??Bn(?.,l?1twe?Jl NY'?>k ?md Hie fam
SIUs telll?,?%icl1 Seaside H?aorL
?l LAS W. BURT und W. VAN NOlV
ilMB TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY.
tm,,OCT?bidr STH. 1895 '
Lt^vi-mLy ??XCEPT SUNDAY.
Leave Vi,?V i4 V; mV ''J?1-'*' ?xpreaa.
?.ff?"e.VI'Kliilu Beuch?9 u. tn., ?cal ex?
press.' . p- m- "M*??j 6 ??? n> ? ?otul ox
I Mv. m?8,u.nr>ay TRAINS:
3 ^?*i2S??5?sJ5f m-local "pre8B:
?r^^?Wl^^> m- local
-tfetaffiS onSB.s at Interme
aen?er? t? ,,ut ?re or take on pas
foV?>--nllvu"'Xlnr^1"lCHraln8 mnk0 tho tr,P ln
_ B. P. HOLLAND.
_^"eral Superintendent.
CHESAPEAKE
AND
UTl***' OHIO RAILWAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 17, li95.
TWO EAST Tit A INS FOR RICHMOND.
TWO THIMPHU TRAlNSl
CINCINNATI.
W est W a HD. I Dally. ?Daily;
I No. 1. |"Nq. 3.
Lv Portsmouth
Lv Norfolk ....
Lv Old Point.
I?v Newport Newa
Ar Blclnuond ,.
Lv ItJchmoiul i.
Ar WtiiKliijrtoil ...
Ar YV. Clifton Force!
Ar Va. Hot Springs.. I
Ar Ronceverte ...
Ar Cincinnati .
Ar Louisville .
Ar t'hlcugo .
Ar St. LouU.
7 40 u at
x 00 u ni
S 30 it m
:> 05 a ni
11 30 a in
2 15 p in
?8 40 p m
S f>7 p 111
? 61 p ni
f> HO a in
?8 jo p m
r> :lo p m
n C'ii p in
3 00 p m
3 30 P ni
4 00 p in
4 ?B p m
(i B0 p in
10 30 p ni ,
11 10 p m
t> 35 a in 1
9 IB a ru
7 32 a.ih
0 00 p in
B 3.'. p m
7 30 a m
7 30 a m
time dully.
Chair car
?Dully exct|,t Sunday. Other
Old 'l-l^ni01'. a'^.1"'>??l "hilly, liiiuir csr
mil ? ,'? i7Li,tu R.kl,?""iu and Pullman
dnnMP> i ? '''y?'"' l?.CInelnnatl untl Gei
r?] f. m'.. lo St NM'?- MealH served on
Dhiiiig Cora west of Gerdonavllle.
RW,;..rJ~n?A V'".''1.""^1 My- Pullman
d S2ti n., i, Ki n.1 10 ,M???o? ??d Oor
m?iiIc c. i '-""'<'> "Mil Louisville,
doimvlllc i dining cars west of Gor
io?n-'"nli''' ,'ol!l!i'', arrives at Norfolk dully
12:0.> noon untl 7:0ii p m
? ofan?Veet,
r.i , ? J(y1N D- FOTTS,
_Division Pnnsenger Agent.
, SEABOARD AIR LINE.
ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST AND
OUtCKEUT ROUTE 80UTli-ONLV
1? HOUltS TO ATL^LvTA
^'^""^..?ttS^ SUNDAY.
_ SEPTEMBER 3?, 13)5,
South Bound. 1 ?N0. 41.
Leave. I
Norfolk ferry. 9:05 n. m. 11:30 p. m.
Portsmouth^.| ?:id u. m. 12-01 a! m!
Franltllii,811! a" m UM *? ?
"y.K\ns_-jj^.^:iiijL:^iUi:0iji. mj 1:44 n. m.
Pondleton, n. c.fiTis? a. m.l
Mjirfreesboro, N. c!7|?:4o"ii77n!j '
Lewislon. N, c'..."!! 7. j 1:20p. in.]
Woldon, n7c.|nTis~n.""m.i ?>?.:,<> u m"
Henderson. N.c^l^l ^MSj^rnH;^ a. m!
Durham.,N. ?,C.',,-iiy.^|,jrt? p. ui.19iso'uTlnT
5:2? "?. 111.
7:23 u. 111.
SUM it. in.
8:19 u. m.
S:J5 11. 111.
Ritleigh, N. C....
South'n Pines, N.C...
Ha inlet, N. C.
Wadesboro, N. c .
Monroe. N.C. (B .fc'sj
3:30 p. m.
6:04 p. in.
... p. ....
8:55 p. n.
Charlotte. N. C.|10:10 p. m.|10:4J 11. 111.
Luve. I I
Monroe, N. C.I U:ir, j>. m.l 9:55 a. m.
Arrive. f I
Cheater, s. C.|10:38 p. m.llROa a. m.
Clinton. S. C.12:0S u. ni. 12:15 p. in.
Ori-enwood, S. C.I l:tM a. iii.|12:57 p. m.
Auguslu. t!a.|U:20u. m.| D:20 p. ni.
A bbevi]Te, S.-C.I lT3i."u7:n.I I:21 p. m.
Enerton, <:?.I 2:52 a. m.l ":11 p. m.
A I htns, Ca.I 4:03 u. m.| 3:07 p. in,'
Macon, flu.I . I 7:50 p. m.
Atlanta, Oa.I 0:20 a. m.| 4:09 p. in.
?Dally. R^ijTealcfasL D?Dinner. S?
Supper.
No. 41 connects at Weldon with A. C.
Line. Pullman sleepers Portsmouth to At
luntu, Ou.
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
conhuetH ut Frankln with steainer Olive
for Ednnton and landings ou the river.
Connects ut Rnlelgh with Southern rail?
way for Asheville, N. C, mill ull Inter?
mediate points on the W. N. C. R. R.
Noa. 403 and 41 Vestibule Limited Train.
No extra lure Woldon to Atluntu. Pull
iii.in sleeper Portsmouth to Atluntu, Oa.
Open ut 9 n. in. for reception of passengers.
Connect a directly at Atluntu with W. untl
A. R. R. for Chultuiioogu, Nushvllle und
nil points West. Connects with A. and W.
P. R. R. for Mobile, Montgomery, New
Orleans und a.11 nolnta Southwest.
? ARRIVE.
?No. 402, Atlantu Special, 7:30 a. m.
?No. 3b?Mull und express, 5:50 p. in.
Far tickets and haggage cheeked to nil
points South and Southwest, sleeping car
reservation und general information, cull
on or uddress
W. V. H. WILLIAMS,
Ticket Agent, 21 f High strict, Ports?
mouth, Va.
C,FORCE McP. RATTE.
Travelling Passenger Agent, Portsmouth,
T. J.' ANDERSON, J. W. BROWN, Jr.,
Ciep.'l Pass. Agent. Pass. Agent.
E. ST. JOHN. J. II. WINDER.
Vlce-Pieslrtent. C.cni Manager.
"Norfolk and Washington
Steamboat Company.
The new and powerful Iron palace
steamers NEWPORT NEWS, WASH
1NOTON and NORFOLK will leave
dally as fellows.
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. 6:46 a. m.
0.~PcnnrR~RT
Lv. \\ nsl-.lngton at.. a. m. .7:iu a. m
Ar. Philadelphia at.HflO a. m. 10:46 a. m'
Ar. New York. 2:00 d. m. 1:23 p. in'
South Bound. B. & O. Penn. R.R.
Lv. New York at...H:3w a. m. law p. m"
Lv. Philadelphia at.. 1:33 p.m. 3:1S p m'
Ar._WiishiiiBlon at.. 4:30 p. m. 6:18 p. in!
Steamers leave Washington at77~7:??~pTm"
Arrive at Fortress Monroe at.... 6:30 a m
Arrive at Norfolk at.7:3? a m
Arrive at Portsmouth at.8:00 a. in."
The trip down the historic Potomac
River and Cnesupeake Bay on the elegant
Rteutuers of this company is unsurpassed.
The steamers are comparatively new, hav?
ing been built in 1891, and are ntted un
In the most luxuriant manner, with elec?
tric lights, call bells and steam heat In
each room. The tables are supplied with
every delicacy of the season from tho
markets of Washington and Norfolk
Tickets on sale at b. * O. ticket office: n"
& C. office, at W. T. V/ulke's & Co.'?
office, on wharf.
For further information apply,
m . v ... ?- J- CALLAHAN,
Telephone, 44L ? Agent.
?Ii a v?ir, i: ii n?n*;i Ujsf.
FASSENGER BHU S ARE APPOINT?
ED TU SAIL from* NorfolK On .A1UN?,
?AY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY.
THURSDAY AMD HATURDAY^ot. ?:W
u. m. From New Yorlc on MONDAYS,
TUESDAYS WEDNESDAYS. TH?RS->
DAYS at 3 p. m.. SATURDAYS. * p. fQ.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Fare, including meals and: state
room berth.......J -3 09
Fare, round trip, limited to thirty .
days .13 09
For tickets and reservation of state?
rooms apoly at Company's office, IT
Main street or ax general office at wharf.-;
FOR RICHMOND-ShlDS l?avO NOl- ,;
folk every THURSDAY p. at., and leave
New port News every SUNDAY S?d ,
TUESDAY evening, arriving at Rich?
mond the next morning.
TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS .
Northampton, I.uray, Accomack, Enola
und Elaine, suiting dally except Sun?
day. Leave Company's wbarf, NorjQlK IB
FOR OLD POINT?At 0:30 and ll:16'a.
m. and 3:45 p. in.; Portsmouth, 6:46'and'
10:03 a. m., and 3:05 p. in.; Bay Line,
Wharf, Norfolk, at 7:00 and 11:30 a; m.
and 4 p. in.
FOR HAMPTON?At 11:15 a. m. an*
3:46 p. in.; Buy Lino. 11:30 a. in., and
4:00 p. in.; yortrmoulb at 10:06 and 3:?S
FOR NEWPORT HEWS AND SMITH
FIELD.?At 2:30 p. in.; Portsmouth at-J
2:45 p. m.; Bay Line Wharf at 3 p. ni.;
dally, except Snuday. _
FOR EAST AND WARE RIVERS
Dally except Sunday, leaving Company's
wharf at 6:30 a. in.; Portsmouth, C.45? a.
m.: Ray Line Wlisn-r. Norfolk, 7 a. m.
FOR BACK. POQUOS1N AND SEV?
ERN RIVERS?Touching at Old Point
Leave company's whnrr Monday, Wed?
nesday and Friday at S:30 a. m.; Ports?
mouth. 8:45 a. in.: Bay Line Wharf, Nor?
folk, ut 9:00 u. in.: returning next day. .
POR SEVERN RIVER ? Tuesday.
Thursdav and Saturday fioip Company a
whurf ut 6:30 a. in.: Portsmouth, 6:45 a.
m.: Bay Line, Norfolk, 7 a. m.
FOR NANSICMOND RIVER AND
SUFFOLK?At 3 p. m.; Portsmouth, 3:10
r>. m.. connecting at Suffolk with S. and
^Freight for Mathcws. Back, Poquosln,
Ware, Severn and Nansemond rlver?
must be prepuld
NORTH CAROLINA Dl VISION-Foi
mcrly N. N. and W. D. T,.?Steamer Albe
inurle leaves Norfolk for Washington, N.
C. Mondays at 4 u. m.: Thursdays, at 1
a m.. ctrrytr^ freight and passengers
for Washington and points on the Tar,
Pnngo and Punillco rivers.
Freight for Newborn, N. C, received at.
N. und S. It. R. depot.
?Freight '.received dully except Sunday.
All schedules subject to change with?
out notice.
M. B. CROWELL. Agent.
BALTIMORE
STEAM PACKET COMPA?f
BAY LINE.
REDUCED RATES BY THE FAVORITJ3
LINE. QUICKEST PASSENGER AND
FREIGHT ROUTE BETWEEN THE
NORTH AND SOUTH.
COMMENCING MO.N DA V, DEC. 2, 1895.
Lv. Portsmouth. High street.I?:50 p Tri
Lv. Norfolk. Muln street.!0:30 p m
Lv. Old Point, Hygela Plor.17:3? p m
Ar. Baltlinore, Pimm Dock.7:30 a m
I i\ R. R. I B. & O.
Lv. Baltimore .?I 8:05 a ml ?7:05 a m
Ar. Philadelphia.* 10:46 a m *10:15 a ru
Ar. New? York.;?| 1:23 p m|?12:35 p in
SOUTH. BOUND. |'p7r. r. | B. & ?7T
Pvj. Ney York.:..|?2:10 p m ?11:30 a m
Lv. Philadelphia .?4:41 ,pm ?3:30 p m
Ar. Baltlmoro .|?7:00 p m ?5:35 p m,
Lv. Baltimore, Union Dock.7.!C:80~p m ?
Lv. Baltimore, Canton.7:00 p in
Ar. Old Point. 6:00 a inj
Ar. Norfolk .7:1X1 a m:
Ar. Portsmouth . 8:30 a m '
.The trip by these steamers affords d.
most enjoyable sail ou the Chesapeake
Buy. piiHBlng through Hampton Roads and
harbor of Norfolk, with view of all objecta
of Interest Incident to these historical lo
eulitieu. Offering unsurpassed service lit'
every particular. Lnrge and luxuriantly,
furnished saloons und staterooms, heated
by ftteam and lighted by electricity. it"
Tickets sold to ull points North, East,
and West and baggage checked to desti?
nation. Staterooms reserved upon appli?
cation In person at the cotnpnnv'n oftlee.
No. 77 West Main street, or cm board
steamer.
Freight will not be received after lam.
to go jkirward that day.
For further Information apply to ?
,? .. W, RANDALL, Agent.. ?'
'.Dally except Sunday. 'Dully.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT DEC. 1, WK%
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
7:10 a. m. ? The Chicago Express?For >'
Petersburg, Richmond and H
Washington a 1 a o. for>.".<
Lyncliburg, Roanoke, Rad- ''
ford, Bluefield, Pocahont?stfy;
Kenova, Columbus and Oftl-'^
cago. Sleeper Roanoke to -'
Columbus without ehunao.
Also for Pulaskl, Bristol*-!/
Knoxvllle. Chattanooga aita'S
?? Intermediate Points. '?
9.30 p. m. ?For Petersburg. Radfordi-.:
Pulaskl. Bristol; also for:'
Bluefield, und Focahont?sr^
nUo for Rocky Mount and ?
all stations on Winston-':-?
8alom Division. Has Pull.
man Bleeper Norfolk '-'.tcr-if
Roanoke. Connects at Rott
J1.okt!. .at 6:16 a. m. wlth -
Washington andChattanoo-"
ga. limited for ail -solnfa^
South and West. Pinimattft
sleepers Roanoke to Mem-'.-'
phis and New Orleans.
A R R I V E.?Norfolk dally. 8:25 a m
11-25 a. m. and 9:00 p. m. &H
NORFOLK AND RICHMOND.
(Vestibule Limited.) ??'??:.
Leave Norfolk 4:35 ?. mu/
arrive Richmond 7:00 p. irl^:
connecting for Washington;'^
Baltimore, Philadelphia andW
/Now York. Returning leayo*
Richmond 0:00 n. rn., orriVo'i
,\ Norfolk 11:25 a. m. Stohs
w only at Suffolk, Wayolly^
and Petersburg. Sscorkf.?
clans tickets not accep?5V?
for nasbuce on these trairia. ?
Other dally trains icava.J
Norfolk 7:40 a m., arrlvn'.'
at Richmond 11:05 a. m. Rat",
turmng.leave Richmond'Sajfl
P. m.; arrive Norfolk ,9*0(ri;
For fu-th-jr information as to tickets^
rates, baggage, checks, etc., call on -Afcl
adddress R. W. COURTNEY, Dlstrittli
Passenger Agent; C. H. BOSLEY. TlckSfi
Agent. 126 Main street, or C. E FlnoH?
Agent, depot Norfolk and Western r&>ll
road. - , W. B. BEVILL. $n;>
General Passenger Acenti ?"?''??'r?
_ General Office, Roanoke. Va.'7'
ROANOKE. NORFOLK AND
BALTIMORE STEAMBOAT CO.-'
Commencing Sunday, September '.isfii?,
IS9? the steamers of this lino will letiVjfi
Bay Lino wharf every Wednesday an*;
Saturday night for Baltimore, and lSv*5
Baltimore pi*r every Tuesday und Friday.
Freight' received onlv on sailing'df*?U,
_T?lephono 8. .... ,WSf, RAND^.fj^i

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