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FINANCE _AND TRADE
Stocks Were Dull and For a Time Specula
tion Was Practically at a Standstill
A FEELING OF FIRMNESS IN CEREALS,
Imparted iu n tfeiiHiiro by President'?
Mcf.fn.ge?Tile Venezuelan Question
Pliiyeil nn Imi>oi-tnut Part in I>e
Uulng tbe Actlou ot Corn n? Well
au Wheat.
New York, Dec. IS.?The greatest loss?
es on the Stock Exchange to-day were
In Consolidated Gas, Baltimore and
?phio, the Grangers, Louisville and Nash?
ville, Kansas and Texas, Manhattan.
Lake Shore and the Grangers. After
the decline at he opening the market
drifted Into dullness and for a time
?peculation was practically at a stand
Mill. In the afternoon the shcrts en?
deavored to cover, but the offerings
of/stock were light and prices moved
up sharply. The recovery in the last
hour was equal to VlW^A per cent. To?
bacco was particularly strong in the
late trading and moved up to 74%,
against 72% earlier in the day. Chica?
go Gas was also a firm feature and
was bought again on rumors that the re?
organization committee will be success?
ful In the Whitney case. The market
closed firm in tone. Net changes, how?
ever, show losses of ,4<EP2 per cent.,
the Ihterna&lonoJ charts scoring the
largest declines.
Bonds wore weak. Sales footed up
$1,825,000.
The sales of listed stocks aggregated
2:'.r?.:sfi0 shares, and of unlisted stocks,
119.333.
?loMtitir uitis.
IPl t)CK QUOTATIONS*.
A CO. 17
A CO. pref. i'HU
A S. rrlinorifs.I'll
A S. rcfua.'rio-', prcf OT!-:
A T. 73'.:,
A T. pref.
It * O.
C & O. 16}<
N._i02-j
N.prcf.ISO
I' xi.tie
It. 7?
tt i.78
St l\.. 7t
.Si I?, iinr.MS
.SC. 10?
tv. ?:.<,
\A.iR'i i' I'.
C, II .V Q. Kf*$ W. ??
D, I. & W.ifA% W, pref.- 17?
D. til W U. s?;
K. 12? IIONIIS.
IC.l.ror. ?->?- I A. Tins-A.110?
<; k.30? a, ChueB.no?
I c.ao a. ei?.-* c.'0
l.i: A W. 21 l- Sl's. U8
i. Etz w, i>ii.'f. ?..? n ct's .-lot
1.8 .I4?K N C(f*.124
J.A N. 50' , T N SS's.S'.l
M C.Iti:?ij V 0 ?. pref. 6
M A C.*w V T K. 0
Me.Kit V K 1>. M?
M P. 2#? U S4's It.Ill'.
N A C. 7S UHl'l, C.11212
N .1 C.108?! U S l\T?. !'7
N v c. u?M s " 5'?.'.t>
N A VV, proi. S jS if, common. ??
N P. - S I!, pref. :il
K IV pre.. ly^SC.HV-.100!-;
-tt.-kcJ.
Jlonej Jiiuin'i.
New York, Dec. IS.?Money on call
quiet nt 2l,?!<ti3 per cent.; last loan at -
per cent., and closing offered nt 2 per
cent. Prime mercantile paper, -1 Vfe? :>
per cent. Par silver, 66%; Sterling ex?
change, firm, with actual business In
bankers' hills at 487%?pl8S for CD days
and ?ISS%?4S? for ' demand. Po?ted
rates, 4S8',fc? i?o. Commercial bills, iSG^i
('i -ist"... Government bonds, linn; State
bonds, steady; railroad bonds, lower.
Silver at the board was weak.
I'hk'nuo Mitrlict.
Chicago. Dec. IS.?The holiday dull?
ness was upon the grain market to-day.
Discussion of the President's message
to Congress was the leading point of In?
terest at the opening with the result of
imparting a feeling ;if firmness to price's,
although opinions were divided as to
whether the possibility of hostilities !*?
tween Great Britain and America would
bencllt or depreciate values. The course
of the market later would Indicate that
the latter was the view of the majority.
The heavy rains which have been fall?
ing in the winter wheat section wore
Viewed with apprehension, the fear be?
ing thai a severe freeze would follow
the milder weather to the danger of the
unprotected plant. Heavy, local profes?
sionals sold mnd j'a'<('>'. and prices,
from exhibiting strength at the start,
became weak and declined during the
morning. A fair rally succeeded, with
an Insignificant loos from yesterday,
showing at the close. British Consols
declined almost a full point to-day, but
the fiK't w:ls not particularly Important
In Us bearing on wheat.
The yeneauelenn question played an
Important part In defining the action of
corn prices, as well as those of wheat.
It first prompted firmness, but subse?
quently (ended t? depress. Only a mod?
erate trade took place, however, ami
nothing aside from local Interest was
evident. The range of prices was lim?
ited with some liquidation by holders
when the most pronounced weakness
existed.
The market rose and fell In sympa?
thy with wheat and corn. Commission
houses were liberal sellers at one time.
An utter lack of confidence was exhib?
ited by holders, tbe situation giving but
little hope of Improvement. No oats
were Inspected from store.
I'ntll the grain markets lost their
strength the provision market was quite
firm. The hog market being weak, tend?
ed to discourage efforts In the direction
of advancement, hut n.s trading was
light, no serious loss took place. The
Close was unchanged from yesterday
for May pork and ribs and a shade low?
er for May lard.
tipening. Highest. Lowest. Closlnir.
Wheat ?
Jjinimrv.RiTW m>\Z KA 66?
Hcrciulier .?'".'w iw? M er.?
Jlav.Gu?aGu? CO',.--0? 6;?? (hj
lorn?
.Inly... ...,Sn 29 28"
?luaunry. . ..2..7/S 2-V""
frrenmuor .. Zittj, 25
.Vnv.2s'.' !ei
OiiU?
Derenilier...ir>? in? I-?
-M?y.19??I0? la? ib? ij
i' rk?
ttoerailier.7 !K) 7 W IV) 7 no
.Inmiiirv.. S 60 S 60 rt'47? 8 5o
May.8 W 8 UO 8 82? 8 87?
hani?
I'ciBini.ei r. i7'i r> n? s 17? 6 17?
.iniiiiurjr ?n t.':. ,i :iu 6 27j"j 5 ao
*I"V.S 5J>2 5 6214 6 50 6 M%
itili.?
IVeeiuiier 4 27Jj 4 27,'i 4 27'^ 4 2<V5
Januaiy.. a so .i :tn ? 27? 4 :io
'?Iny.-.162? I 1,1'/, 150 4 52?
Cash Quotation's: Flour wits quiet and
ntendy; No. 2. spring wheat. Ci?(t-"?7-%c.; I
No. 2. red, 69V6Q>Ql%c.; No. 2. corn. 26%C.;|
No. 2, oats, l7Vic. Mess pork. $7.K7V-:
lard, S5.27HQi6.30; S. R. sides. M.25(])4.25;
D. S. shoulders. ?4.50@4.75; S. C. sides,
|4.37Vit94.62V<j. Whiskey, $1.22.
Rew York nnrkcl.
Nw Tork, Dec 18.?Flour?Dull and
steady; winter wheat, low grades.
$2.2f.<?j,2.Gr>; do., fair to fancy,
3.30; do., patenU), $3.45@3.75; Min
r.oBota clear, $2.5003.10; patents, $3,160
$4.10; low extras, $2.2602.65; city mills,
$3.9004; do., patents. $404.26; Southern
Soutuern flour, dull und steady; com?
mon to fair extra, $2.1002.80; good to
choice, do.. $2.9003.00.
Wheat?Spot market fairly active and
firm; No. 2 red store and elevator, 69%
<S>70c; afloat. 70%?71c.
Corn-rFlrm and fairly active; No. 2,
33%033%c. elevator; 34%?34?4c. afloat.
Options were dull, unchanged and firm,
without special features; December.
33%c; January. 33%e; May,'34%c.
Oats?Quiet and firmer; options, dull
and linn; December, 22%c; January,
22%c; May. 24c. SiK>t prices. No. 2,
22%c; No. 2 white, 24Vic; mixed West
ern. 23024c '
Beef?Quiet and steady; family, $100
10.50; extra mess, $7.5008.60. Beef hams
dull, $15016.50. Tlcrced beef, steady;
city extra India mees. $16.60017.00.
Cut Meats?Dull and unsettled; pickled
bellies. 4 13-16@4%c; shoulders, 5c.
asked; hams, 8%?8%c; middles, nomi?
nal.
Lurd?Quiet and steady; Western
steam, $6.62% asked; city, $6.15; Decem?
ber, $5.65.
Pork?Quiet ant} steady; mess, $8.75?
9.25.
Coffee?Dull and unchanged to 6
points down; February, $13.76; March,
$13.65013.70; May. $13.20; September.
$12.20. Spot iio, quiet and steady; No.
7, 14%c.
Sugar?Raw. dull and steady; fair
refining. 3%?3%c Refined, quiet and
steady: off A. 4 3-1604%e; standard A,
4%c; cut loof and crushed, 6%c; gran?
ulated, 4%04%c.
Baltimore Market.
Baltimore. Dec. 18.?Flour?Quiet;
western super.. $2.4502.65: do., extra.
$2.7503; do., ramily. $3.1503.60; winter
wheat, patents, $3.65?3.S5; spring, do.,
do., $3.5003.70.
Wheat?Dull: No. 2, red, spot and De?
cember, 65?65%c; May. 67%068c;
steamer. No. 2. red. 62% 063c; Southern,
by sample. 66?66%c; do., on grade, 62%
?lir.V.e.
Corn?Easy; mixed spot. 32032V4c.;
year. 32?32%c; January. 32%032%c;
February. 32%032%c: March, 33033%c;
steamer, mixed, 31?31%c: Southern,
white, 31%?32%c; do., yellow. 31%?
%c
Oats?Dull; No. 2. white Western. 240
4%c; No. 2. mixed, do.. 22%?23c.
Rye?Inactive; No. 2, 44045c. near by;
16047c. Western.
Cotton Markets.
Liverpool, ec. IS.?12:30 p. m.?Cotton
I?Dcmund good; priced steady; Ameri?
can middling. 4 21-32d.; sales, 12,000
I bales; American, 10.900 bales; specula?
tion and export. 1,000 bales; receipts.
L'.OOO bales: American. 16.100 bales. Fu?
tures opened steady and In fair demand.
Liverpool, Dec. 18.?4 p. m.?Cotton?
December, I 33-64 0 4 34-G4d.; December
and January, 4 32-G4d.. buyer; January
and February. 4 31-64(1., buyer; Febru
lary and March. 4 30-6404 31-84d.. buyer;
March and April. 4 30-64 0 4 31-Gtd., scll
Aprll and May. 4 30-6404 31-64d..
,'alue; May and June. 4 31-fi4d.. seller;
June and July, 4 31-6404 32-G4d.. sell?
er; July and August, 4 31-6404 32-64d.,
[ buyer; August and September. 4 30-G4?
31-G4d., seller; October and November,
unofficial, 4 2O-G404 21-fitd.. value. Fu?
tures closed quiet at the decline.
New York. Dec. 18.?Cotton?Dull;
middling Gulf, 8%; middling. 8%; net
receipts, none; gross, 5,599; exports
i to Great Britain, 7.243 bales; to the
I Continent. 1,129 bales; forwarded 2.376
bales; sales, 354 bales, all f-pinners;
stock, 181,127 bales.
Total to-day: Net receipts, 28.999 bales;
[exports to Great Britain, 24,743 bales;
1 to the Continent, 6.0S6 bales; stock,
11,018.277 bales.
Totals r-o far this week: Net receipts,
1146.273 bales; exports to Great Britain,
,94 bales; to France. 13.069 boles; to
the Continent, 21.806 halos.
Total since September 1st: Net re?
ceipts. 3,032.SS6 bales; exports to Great
.Britain, 866,412 bales; to Franc?.'. 25S.077
I bales; to the Continent, 734,544 lwiles.
New Orleans, Doc. 18.?Cotton?Fu?
tures steady; sales, 27,700 bales: Decem?
ber. S.0S; January. 8.05; February, S.09;
March. 8.13; April. 8.16; May, 8.20; June.
8.23; July, 8.26; August. S.20; Septem?
ber. 7.88; Oetol>or. 7.80.?
New York. Dec. 18.?Cotton?Futures |
closed steady; sales, 172.S00 bales; De?
cember. s.iS; January, 8.19; February,
s.24: Marc*. 8 29; April, 8.34: May, R.3S-.
June. 8.41; July. S.42; August, R.42: Sep
! tembcr, S.12; October, S.02; November,
7.98.
ltCCCtptH II}' Itllil Mini Sli inner.
'OflirpofTlip Vlrgialan.
Norfolk, Vs.. Dec. 18, H'.'?.
Through, Local. Tolsl
BosUeara Airline. 20a 7ii 279 ;
AtUDlio A PjiitIIIo. bo'j M Ml
Norfolk St Soiiiberu. at 175 2".s
Norfolk* Carolina. 3 :ut :wi
rf. 1k ?? Weslarn. l'JC 8o? 9.0
No 1 loll. Cotton Market.
1895, 18SM.
W<iluc?dnv?Toikk Quiet. Bendy I
Good MUldiing. S 1-2 [, l-S
M hiding. 8 :t-i0 6 ::-l?
Low Mltillllng. 7 5-4 4 3.4
Good Oraiusry. 7 l-ic 4 i-s
Hilles lines
Sales. IMS 1,1.. 5
Receipts. 2.717 x 1)3.1
Shipments. ins 2,037
Slock. 62.SJ7 70.UIU
WUOLE8ALI: (II (H A IK).VS,
Provisions.
Norfolk, Va.. Dec. 18, 1895.
Fish?Mackerel, No. 2, in kegs, $7.00;
new, small, $12.50; new. medium, $12; No.
3. in kegs, $3.50; Herring, Family Roe.
half barrel. $2.75; North Carolina Cut
Herring, $3.2503.76; Eastern, in barrels,
$3.25.
Mess Pork?New, $9.75.
Ham?Pork, $10.35.
Hams?Smlthneld. 14017c
Bulk .Meats?Clear ribs, $5.00; fat
backs. 4%c.;. bellies, 6%c. as to size
pieces; pork plate, $4.9005.00.
Shoulders?Sugar cured, 7%c.
Bacon?Shoulders. 6%e
Breasts?Sugar cured ,10%c.
Lard?Pure lard, tierces, 7@7%c, as to
cases and tubs, 7%c. over tlrrccs; com?
pound, 5%c.: tierces, in cases. 6%c.
Cheese?Cream, 10?10%c; Western
I Dairy. 903%c.
Butter?Market strong; New York
Sta.te dairy, new, 23c; fresh cream?
ery. 24025c; Western. 16020c.
Kerosene Oil?Firm; 112 degrees, lie;
i 60 degrees, 13%c; Rod, 160 degrees, 14c
Groceries.
Coffee?Steady; Rio, common, 16%0
17Vic.; Fair, 18>,i019c; Good. 20?20%c;
Choice, 21021%c; Laguayra, 211-3c;
Java, 29?30%c.
Syrups and Molasses?Steady; Syrups.
Bright. 18023c: Fair Grades. 16020c;
Porto Rico, 16, 20, and 26c, as to grade.
New Orleans Molasses?Quiet; Fair,
20025c; Good. 36040c: Choice. 46c.
Flour?Market Strong; West?
ern Spring Wheat. Best Patent
Family, $4.26; Winter Wheat.
Best Patent, Family. $4.15; Win?
ter Wheat, Choice Patent Family,
$3.90; ? Choice Straight Family, $3.60;
Good Family, $3.60; Fair FamUx* mMi
IF your Kidneys aro diseased,
sluggish or wait:
IF your blood is full of Trio Ac?
id and llheumatisui threatens:
IF the germs of Malaria arc 111
A your system;
I IF your blood is cloi
_ your blood is clogged with
poisons and impurities;
IF your Bladder is weak, Inflam?
or diseased,
jounced D?[J?bb'S
For tlioy lienl, soothe, and
strengthen tbo Kidneys.
They preTeut Brillits Disease,
They euro Diabetes,
They dissolve gravel, sand, and brick-dnst deposits.
They filter uric acid and malarial poisons out of tlio blooa,
They cure Cystitis, Gleet, Prostatitis and tbo llko,
Tboy make pure, rich blood.
All druggists, So cents a box, or send 50 cents in stamps, or silver
direct to the Hobb's Medicink Co., Chicago- or San Fraucisco
Book on Kidney Health nnd Blood Tillering Free.
Good Low Fuuilly. ?3.25; Good Extra.
?3.15.
Salt?Firm: Liverpool Fine, $101.10,
as to grade: G. A.. 55065c, as to weight.
Rice?Milled, 5?6c; dice. In rough, C.
65c. per bushel.
O rain.
Peas?Steady; Clack-Eye Peas. $1.75(5?
$1.90 per bag; Ulack. 60070c. per bushel.
Corn?Southern white, quiet, at 34c.
Oats?Steady; Mixed, 27e; white,
30c.
Mill Feed?Market steady; Bran.
$15; shlpstulT. or middling, $17;
meal, white bolted, iht 50 lbs.. 46c.
Hay?Western No. 1, Timothy, $1S.50
?r.1.00; Maryland nnd Virginia, No.
1 Timothy, $17.50; No. 2. $15.50.
Province.
Southern Fruits?Bananas, $101.25
per bunch; oranges. Jamaica, $4.75 per
box; cocoanuts. $4.00 per bag of 100:
Lemons, $3.6004; Northern apples, $2.75
04.00.
Turnips. $1.25; sweet potatoes. $1,500
$1.75; Onions, $1.75; parsnips, $2; celery,)
35c. bunch; carrots. $1.76.
Poultry?Chickens. old. 20025c;
spring chickens, 124i18c.
Eggs?Wholesale. 20tfr'21c. per dozen.
Beeswax?27c. per pound.
Truck?Irish potatoes: Eating pota?
toes. $1.25 per bag; Onions, $1.75 per
bag. I
Riiffnr Market.
Market firm. Out of town prices arc
dependent on the delivery rates to the
ditrcrent points. Local sales are being
made as follows:
I Cut loaf . $5 36
Powdered . 4 98
I Granulated . 4 73
I Confectioners' Standard "A" ... 4 62
American Off "A" . 4 50
I Franklin Nearly white "B" .... 4 44
Centennial, bright, yellow "B".. 4 17
I California "It" . 4 11
Franklin Standnrd extra "C" .. 4 05
Keystone extra "C" . 3 9S
American extra "C" . 3 92 |
I Nearly White New Orleans Sugar.. ?
Peimiit Market.
Market steady; Prime, 3c; strictly
I prime, 3%c; fancy, 3};c.; common 1V40
|2'/4c.; Spanish, 85090c.
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of TVorioIlt nml I'orlnmout li
December Isili. 1305.
ARRIVALS.
Br. stmn. Nuttleld. Cassap, New Or?
leans to Harve, to Wm. Lamb & Co.
Coaled and sailed.
Ur. stmp. Cotehcle, Wrenn, New Or?
leans to Manchester, to Wm. Lamb &
Co. Coaled and sailed.
Danish stmp. Danla, Troenscgaard,
New Orleans to Copenhagen, to Wm.
Lamb & Co. Coaled and Bailed.
Tug Ashcr J. Hudson. William?. Phil?
adelphia, with barge Jennie Marshall,
with plaatktr. powder and coal, aiui
barge Glide, with coal.
MEMORANDA.
Bchrs. Wlnnogar.ee and Mllvillc sailed
from Newport News for Richmond In
tow tug Sollle.
Sehr. John Johnson. Clark, sailed from
j Suffolk for New York, with lumber.
Cape Henry, Vit.. Dec. IS.?12 m.?
j Partly cloudy. Noj thwest wind; 6 miles.
I Light northeast sen.
CLEA RED.
Sehr. Helen H. 'IVWedlct, 'Brocket,.
Boston, with coal.
Barge C. C. Chapman, Boston, with
I coal.
SAILED.
Sch. George M. Grant, Pelton, Provi?
dence, with coal.
Sehr. Sunlight. Green. Baltimore.llght.
Sehr. Wm. H. Davidson. Hanklns.New
York, with box shooks.
Sehr. Charles li. Wolston, Hlekley,
Boston, with lumhor.
Sehr. Margaret B. Roper, Cranmor.
I New York, with lumber.
Sehr. Sophia Godfrey. Matthews, Phil?
adelphia, with lumber.
Sehr. Rebecca, Bammett, Ne w York,
with lumber.
Tug Asher J. Hudson. Williams, Bal?
timore, with barge Alliance, with lum?
ber.
Among; ihn Cotton Men.
Warmer, cloudy weather In the cotton
jbeit. Rain In Texas.
Future contract market In Liverpool
declined 1 to 2-641 its. closbig quiet.
Bar silver in London 30%d., advanced
3-16d.
! Future contract market In New York
declined. G to 7 points, closing steady;
March, 8.29 to 8.30: May, 8.38 to 8.39.
New Orlean? cotton market declined
5 points, closing r.teady; sales. 27,700.
United States i>ort receipts yesterday
were 28,999 bales, against 47,859 bales
lost year, and 48,493 bales in 1893.
Receipts at New Orleans to-day are
estimated at from 9,000 to 10.000 bales,
against 14.739 bales last year, and 11,
896 bales In 1893.
Receipts at Houston, Texas, are es- |
tlmated at from 6,000 to 7,000 halt
aglnst 9,428 bales last year and 6,393
bales in 1893.
Catarrh
is a constitutional disease and rannot
be cured by local applications. Hood's
Saraaparilla Is a constitutional remedy;
It cures catarrh because it purities the
blood.
HOOD'S PILLS are purely vegetable
and do not purge, pain or gripe. Sold by
all 4*4ai?gl?ta.
DUDLEY & CO.,
Stocks, Grain,
Provisions and Cotton
Bought and Sold for Cr.sh or Carried
on Margin.
Correspondents?Latna?n r.ros. & Co.,
Members Chicago Hoard of Trade; Pur
neii. Hogantan Co.. Members New Y?rk
Consolidated Stork Exchange: Mclntyrc
fs Wardwell, Members New York Stock
Cotton und Produce Exchanges.
EXCLUSIVE PRIVATE WIRES.
QUICK BERVICE.
REASON AULE CO.M.M I SB IONS.
Correspondence sollcted. Handsomely
equipped oftice. Come and see us.
79 Main Street. 'Phone No. 731.
NORFOLK. V A,
Norfolk Iros. Works,
GEO. W. DUVAL & CO.,
No. 15 Water Street. Norfolk, Va,
ENC.INES. BOlLEF.S, SAWMILL and
all kinds of machinery of the most im?
proved patterns. Also repairing at the
shortest notice. Particular attention
to steamboat work. DU V A LS PATENT
BOILER TURIS FERRULES are the
only perfect remedy for leaky boiler lubes.
Tney can bo Inserted in a few minutes by
any engineer, und are warranted to atop
leaks.
For Over Fifty Years
MRS. WINSLOW'S
SOOTHING SYRUP
nas been used for chlldreu wfcJo teething.
It soothes tlt'j nhlld, sotien.t tbu sums, al?
lays all pain, caret wind eo;,.\ regulates
the stomach and bowels, and Is the boat
remedy for diarrhoea'. TwontyrHtrc centa
a bottle. Sold by all druggists througho.::
? he world.
s,""a? FRFF
application B BO-EmBmO
Itraiitifnl ColdI'upcr lie., tier piece lib*
Paper ii&:iK<-!h' l*rji lum|?l? l"?oW^ now rcutly tor
fall iMilr. i tivf n 1.0(1.
O'lAB. M.N. Kill1.::, 123.'* Fllbcrl St. Phlla..Pa.
VII * I'El.liHS' (a nil:.
'C*
10
DIRECT ROUTE.
EOn BOSTON, PROVIDENCE AND
SAVANNAH.
Every MONDAY WEDNESDAY and
FRIDAY at 6 p. m. FOR EOSTON.
FOR PROVIDENCE.
Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SAT?
URDAY at 6 p. m.
FARES TO BOSTON AND PROVI?
DENCE.
First class. Incluutng meals and sa?
loon stateroom berth. 9:00
Second class, Including meals and
berth . 7:00
FOR SAVANNAH.
Every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY
at t) a. in.
Pare?First class, including meals
and berth.$12 50
Fare?Second class, including meals
and bnnl. R 00
Perishable Freight sent via. Hrovldence
forwarded by early train to Boston, and
at the same rate as by direct steamers to
Boston.
Perishable Freights not received lator
than 5:3'i p. m. on sailing days of Boston
ships; ?:2? sailing days of i'rovidetico
ships.
For further Information apply to
R. II. WIllOHT, Agent. Norfolk. Va.;
A. D. STERN!NS. Ass't Tariff M'gr.
W. I'. TURNER. General i'ass. Agt.
J fl WHITNEY. Traflie Manager.
General Offices. Baltimore. Md.
FOR RICHMOND, PETERSBURG, OLD
POINT. CLAREMONT, NEWPORT
NEWS and James river landings direct by
daylight? Virginia Navlgaton Company's
Elegant steamer POCAHONTAS leaves
Clyde's Wliarf, Norfolk, every TUES?
DAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY at
7 a. m., touching at Portsmouth, Old
Point, Newport News going and returning,
arriving at Richmond about 5 p. m., con?
necting with nil evening trains. Fare to
Richmond. $1.60; fare to Richmond and
return. J2.00: fare to Richmond, second
class. 11. Tickets much cheaper than
by any other route to Richmond, Peters?
burg, Wavcrly, 11 Irksford and stations on
Atlantic and Danville rullroud and all
points via Richmond. Tickets for sale nt
ticket agencies of Walko & Son, H
Brandt and on board steamer.
Freight received dally. Sunday excepted,
for all above named points.
JAMES W. McCARRTCK.
Agent.
ROANOKE. NORFOLK AND
BALTIMORE STEAMBOAT CO.
Commencing Sunduy, September 1st,
1S95, the steamers of tills line will lenvu
Bay Line wharf every Wednesday and
Saturday night for Baltimore, nnd Icavo
Baltimore pier every Tuesday and Friday
at 6 p. m.
Freight received only on sailing days.
Telephone 8. .WM. RANDALL.
? Ar.nL
.(.us' 43UIUK*
Hp n tf l Norfolk and- ocean
ft Ul Vi r view RAILROAD CO.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 7. ?95.
DAILY EXCEPT bun DA Y?Lcavo
Norfolk?G:46. 9:00. 11:00 a. ni.: 1:00. 3:00.
6:00. 7:00 p. m. Leave Ocean Vlow?8:0?,
10:00 a. in.; 12 noon: 2:00, 4:00, 0:00. 8:00 p.m.
SUNDAY' TRAINS?Leave Norfolk?
9:00. 11:00 a. m.; 1:00, 3:00. 6:00, 7:00 p. m.
Leave Oconn View?10:00 a. m.; 12:00
noon; 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00 p. m.
W. A. HA RRITT.
General Manager.
General Office. Ocean View, Vo.
. a* G.
NORFOLK AND
CAROLINA
RAILROAD.
CONDENSED SCHEDULE IN EFFECT
DECEMBER S, 1895.
|| No. 49. I No. 103.
STATIONS. II ? ? I gaily ex.
II Dally. 1 Sunday.
Lv. Norfolk, Vo.;...ll 8j*? a. m.j 2:20 pi m.
Suffolk. Va.II 9:44 a. in. 3:17 p. m.
Tunis, N. C...I(10:38 a. in. 4:20 p. m
11:49 a. in
12:12 p. m.
12:4^ p. m.
Ar. Hobgood, N. C...
Ar. Tnrboro, N. C...
Ar. Rocky Ml.. N. C.
Ar. Wliiiamatoni N.C
Ar. Plymouth, N.C
Ar.Washington. N.C.
Ar. Klnston, N. C...
Ar." WllHon. N. U....II 1:4S p. m
Ar. OoldslKiro. N.C.II 3:1" l>. m
Ar.WllmliiGton, N.C.|| 6:45 p. m
Ar. Favottevlllc,N.C.|| 4:30 p. m.
Ar. Florence. S.U.... 7:15 p. m.
Ar. Charleston, S.C..||l0:6u p. ni.
Ar. Columbia, S. C..|'10:00 p. m.
Ar. Augusta, Qa. 8:0? a. m.
Ar. Atlanta. Ga.| 12:15 p. m.
5:35 p. m.
5:5S p. m.
0:30 p. m.
7:60 p. m.
9:00 p. m.
7:S6 p. m
7:33 p. K_.
10:59 p. in.
7:20 a. m.
10:00 a. m.
12:51 a. m.
5:00 a. in.
6:10 a. m.
11:10 a. m.
8:00 p. m.
12:16 p. m.
\r". 'ftiiicoii,' Ga.!lll:e)?. lii.jll :00 n. in.
ArTSavannah. a?T77l| 1:65 a. m.l7:36 a. in.
Ar. JueksonvlUe.Fla.il 7:S0 a. m.|U:?0 pi m.
Ar. Selmii". N. C....M 2:53 p. m.|ll:40 |). m.
Ar. Raleigh. N. C....I] 4:05 p. m.l .
Ar. Greensboro.W.C. 7:20 p. m. .
.r. Ashovllle. N. O..||12:00 m.
No. 49 Dally, connects with A. C. L.
train 23 for all points South.
No. 103 Dally, except .Sunday, makes
Close connection at Hobgood for Wash?
ington, N. C Klnston, N. C. l'lymouth,
N. C and all Eastern Carolina point*;
also al Rucky Mount with A. C. L. train
1 for nil points South.
Trains arrive at Norfolk 0:05 p. m. dally.
Also at 10:26 u. in. dally, except Sunday.
.No. 40 runs through without change,
Norfolk to Wilmington.
Rngguge checked at company's Nor?
folk wharf anil nlnn at office of Passenger
ami Ticket Agent. ?'! Main street.
For tickets to all polntH South, sleep?
ing car reservation und general informa?
tion, call on or uddrct>s,
J. A. NEUGEBAUER,
General Forwarding Agent;
T. M. EMERSON,
General Freight and Pnss. Agent.
G. M. SERFKLL,
General Muitcccr. Norfolk.
Cape
Charles
Route
Hew YorR,
PHiaflsipiiia and
Norfolk R. R.Ofl
SIX HOURS QUICKER THAN ANY
OTHER LINE.
I THROUGH DAY AND NIGHT EX?
PRESS EACH WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 5, 1595.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
7:45 a. m. dally, except Sunday?(Ports
" im.?ill:. High street, 7:30 a. 111.)
Arrive at I'hlladclphlu, 5:52 p.
in.; New York at 8:88 p. in.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
0:10 p. m. dally, Portsmouth, High street
5:55.) Arrive al Philadelphia
5:10 a. in.; New York, 7:43 a. in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
19:00 a. m. dully, (Portsmouth, High street,
9:10.) leaving New York at S p.
in.. Philadelphia, I1:li! p. in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
S:05 p. m. daily, except Sunday?(Ports?
mouth, High streit, 8:16 p. m.l
leaving New York nl ? a. III.;
Philadelphia, 10:20 a. in.
Close connection made with all rail and
I sound lines to and from Boston.
Pullman Bleeping Cars on night trains
etwecn Jersey City, Phllndi Iphla and
I Cape Charles, I'ullniaii till (Tot and Par?
lor Cars on day trains between Phlla
| ill Iphla and Cape Charles.
Through Tickets sohl and baggage
?becked at Walke's Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, and on the steamers.
R. It. COOKE, General Agent.
KQRFQLK & SOUTHERN R, R, CO,
GHEDUI.F. IN EFKI-iCT NOV. 25,118
MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR
>'Oj,k umiv i? xcepi rioituuy) iM n.
fcr lniziin.lli City, Edenton. Maekey.s
Ferry; Roper, I'antcgo. P.elhuvcn, etc.
Connects at Edenton wlti N. und S. R. R.
steamer as follows: Dally (except Sun?
day) for Plymouth, Jainesvlllc, Wililams
lon and Windsor. TUESDAY, THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for all landings
on Chowan river, und Coino on MON?
DAY and Friday for Scuppernoug river;
and WEDNESDAYS for Salmon Creek.
Connecting at Rellhnven with steamer
Virginia Dare for Make.ley ville. South
Creek, Aurora, Washington and Intcrino
dlatc lunUlags.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVE8 NOR?
FOLK 4:10 p. m. daily (except Sunday) for
B.lsabcth city, Edenton and way-sta
Hons. Connote at Elizabeth City with the
I steamer .Monday. Tuesday, Thurs?
day and Satuiday for Newborn, Roaaoke
Island, M ii"head Cltv. Kilistnn aed
Gold shore via A. and N. C. R. R.. and for
Jacksonville, Wilmington, N. C, and all
stations on t..u W. N. and N. It. It.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS clallv (except
Sunday) at 4:25 p. m.. and Express dally
lexcepi Sunday) al tikstfi a. m.: connect
with all rail ami steam lilies at Norfolk
for the North, East and West. Passenger
stations foot of East Main street, Nor?
folk and Western depot. Freight sta?
tion on Water street.
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH.
FAST FREIGHT LINE AN? OLD DO?
MINION LINE between all polnVa North
und East via Norfolk and Norfolk and
Southern Railroud und Eastern North
('ii roll na.
Freight received dally until 5 p. m. and
forwardlv promptlv at low rute.
For further i?" ?> um i ion apply to the
General Office of the N. and S. R. R. Co.,
Norfolk, Vo?
ll. C. HUDGINS.
General Freight and Pass. Agent.
M. K. KING. .
General Manager.
t FRANTIC AND DANVILLE RA1L
A WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOVEMBER
17. 1.S95.
Leave Shippers' Compress Wharf, dally,
'9:20 a. m.: West Norfolk, 9:45 a. m. for
i Danville and ull Intermediate stations,
arriving nt Danville. 5:z? t>. in. Leave
i Norfolk. 5:25 p. in.. West Norfolk, 6:55 p.
m. Leave Lawrcncovllle dally (except
Sunday) at 6:00 a. m., arriving at Dan?
ville at 10:3?) a. in.
Connection mado at Danville and Jef
fress Junction with Southern Railway
System; at Drmilston Junction for Dur?
ham, South Uoston and all points on
the Durham Division of the N. and W.
Pullman sleepers between Danville,
AshCVllle, Atlanta, Augusta, MemplllB,
, and- New Orleans.
i Ticken on sale and baggage checked
nt Walke's Agency, Company's Agency
at wharf Norfolk: W V. H. Williams'
IAgency, Portsmouth.
fa " W. H. TAYLOR,
Oonerul Passenger Agent!
^. a C, o. HAINES.
Superintendent.
'IHAVKI.KUS .HUIDi:.
*p Uli. NORFOLK. ALRKMaRLE AND
1 ATLANTIC RAILROAD CO.
Running between Norfolk und tho fam?
ous Virginia Beach Beasldu Reuen
B1LAS \V? BURT and W. VAN NOR
DKN, Receivers.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY,
OCTOBER 6TH. 18?.
DAILY EXCEPT r)UNl)AY.
Ltave Norfolk?7 a. m.. fnlxcd: 11 a. m..
locul express; 4 p. m., local express.
Leave Viiglnla Beach?9 a. in., local ex?
press: 1:30 p. in., mixed; O p. m.. local cx
HUNDAY TRAINS:
Leave Norfolk?10:30 a. it}., local express;
3 p. in., locul express. , ,
Leave Virginia neach?1:30 p. m.. local
express: 5 p. in., local express.
Trains stops only on signals at Intormc
dlnte ?tatlous to put off or take on pud
Local Express trains mako tho trip ill
forty-live minutes. _
T?. P. HOLLAND,
General Superintendent.
CHESAPEAKE
AND
lUTi*?^ OHIO RAILWAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 17. 1>>95.
TWO FAST TRAINS FOR RICHMOND.
TWO TilROCC.il TRAINS FOR
CINCINNATI._
WESTWARD-! \ I ^0'ly3.
Lv Portsmoulti
l.v Norfolk
Lv Old Point'.;!!".'/.'.;!"
a ,K,'V'P<"1 News.../
Ar Richmond .
Lv Richmond ......!?!"?"
Ar yvu.-llilng;ton ."
Ar w. curt-ni Force
Ar Vit. Hot Springs...|
Ar Ronceverte ....
Ar Clnelnnutl .""
Ar Loulsvlllo .J
Ar Chicago .
Ar St. LmiU. "'
7 40 n m
$ 00 a m
??n m
9 05 a m
II 30 a m
2 15 p m
'3 40 p in
8 57 11 in
?bV'p'ni
R 00 a m
'5 20 p m
5 3ft p m
r. 60 p m
3 00 p in
3 30 p m
4 00 p in
4 35 p in
6 50 p in
10 30 p m
11 10 p m
0 .15 a in
!) 15 a in
7 32 a in
5 60 p in
9 35 p m
7 30 a hi
7 30 a in
Dallj except Sunday; other time dally.
rnS ?iJT.Kor. Cliiclnimtl .hilly. Chair car
si w..,.Vn0liVil i l" Klehmoiid and Pullman
Annivni HV^'S?1?*? '".Cincinnati und Oor
fSS fni1 " Bt Lj"u- Meals served on
Dining t ars west of rjortlonsvllle.
m?.;.,L?SJ'ie'nnatl dully. Pullmuti
a Jvin.. .'MMtOII and Oor
\t .\t* LV , i ClnclnnaU anil Louisville,
donsvlllo " B curs WLSl ot a?r"
eM.V'"'"1-'' LoulsVarrlvcs at Norfolk dally
12:06 noon ami 7:10 p m
.IOIIN D. POTTS,
Division Passenger Agent.
, BEAUOARD AIR LINE.
ABSOLUTELY TlI|;~8IIORTEST AND
UUICKEBT ROUTE HOUTU-unly
Hi HOURS TO ATLANTA.
^'^""sfl?iK'F'1' SUNDAY.
SEPTLM11LR Z$, 1S35.
8outh Bound. ] ?N0. 41. s0. 403.
Leave.
Norfolk ferry. 9:05 n. in.Ill :30 p. m
Portsmouth . S:l& u. m. }$ ft u ?
Arrive. 1 I
?,"rr?!l11 . 9:63 a. m.ll2:3G a ni
Krtt.!?klin .10:30 a. m.l l 13 a "i
??ykliis .11:01 a; m 1 44 a in
Raleigh, N. c...
Boutlrn Pines, N.C...
Hamlet, N. C.
WadeBhoro. N. C.
Monroe, N.C. (B & S)
1 ?end let o~ii ~N; C....;?Ti 111:27 a. m. |
Murfroosboro. N. C. ,| 0.40 p. in.|
Lowhilon, N. C.I R2C p. m.|
Weldon, N. C..111:48 a! m l 2":5?"uT7n7
Henderson, N.C. tD).| 1:45 p. m.| 4:22 a. in.
Durham, N. C.I 4;CJ p. m.| biso a. irT
3:30 p. m. 5:2? a. in.
G:04 p. in. 7:23 a. m.
7:00 p. in. 8:08 a. in.
7:55 p. m. S:4'J a. in.
8:55 p. m. tl:35 a. nt;
Charlotte, N. C..7fl?:10 p7 m.| 10:43 a. m.
Louvc.
Monroe, N. C.I 9:15 p. in.) 9:55 a. m.
Arrlvo. I
Cheater, S. C.110:33 p. ni.111:05 a. in.
Clinton, S. C.12:0S u. m. 12:15 p. in.
Ureenwood, S. C.I 1:04 u. m.[12:57 p. in.
Augusta. Ga.|11.2n a. m.| 5:20 p. m.
A"lil)<TviTrersrc.. j 1:35 a. m.i 1:21 p.In.
KbertOII, Ga.I 2:62 a. in.I 2:11 p. m.
Athens, (la.! 4:03 a. m.| 3:07 p. iii.
Mncon, Gu.I . I 7:50 p. in.
Atlanta, Gu.| 6:20 a. m.l 4:09 p. m.
?Dally. B?Breakfast. D?Dinner. S
Supper.
No. 41 connects at Weldon with A. C.
Line. Pullman sleepers Porlsmoutli to At
lanta, Qa.
On Momluys, Wednesdays an<l Fridays
connecta at Fraukln witli steumer Olive
for Edenton and landings on the river.
Connects ul Raleigh with Southern rail?
way for A hIo-\ llle. N. C.. and all Inler
mudlute points on the W. N. O. R. R.
Nos. 103 and 41 Vcstlbuio Limited Train,
No extra fare Weldon to Atlanta. Pull?
man sleeper Portsmouth to Atlanta, (iu.
Open ul 9 a: in. for reception of passengers.
Con nee tB directly al Allunta with W. and
A. R. it. for Chattatioogu, Nashville and
all points West. Connects with A. anil W.
I'. R. R. for Mol.lie. Montgomery. New
Orleans and all points Southwest.
ARRIVE.
?No. 402, Atlanta Special, 7:30 a. m.
?No. 3.S?Mull and express, 5:50 p. m.
For tickets ami baggage checked to all
points South und Southwest, sleeping car
reservation and general information, call
on or .hihi ess
W. V. II. WILLIAMS,
Ticket Agent. 317 High street. Porls?
moutli, Va.
GEORGE McP. RATTE,
Travelling Passenger Agent, Portsmouth,
T. J; ANDERSON, J. W. BROWN. Jr.,
Gor I I'ass. Agent. Pass. Agent.
E. ST. JOHN. J. II. WINDER,
Vice-President. Oen'l Manager.
Norfolk and Washington
Steamboat Company.1
Tho now and powerful Iron palace
steamers NEWPORT NEWS, WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK will leave
daily as follows.
NORTH HOUND.
Steamers leave Portsmouth, foot
of North street at. 6:50 p. m
Leave Norfolk, foot of Matliews
street, at . 6:10 p. m.
Leave Old Point at. 7:20 p. m
Arrive Washington at.6:46 a. m!
?. , , , , B. &0. Penn. RR;
Lv. Washington ut.. S:uu a. m. 7:20 a m
Ar. Philadelphia ut.M:10 a. m. 10:40 a! m'
Ar. New York. 2:00 ii. m. 1:23 p. m'
South Bound. B. & O. Penn. R R'
Lv. N-w York at...11:30 a. in. l:uo p. in"
Lv. Philadelphia at.. 1:33 p. m. 3:18 p m"
Ar. Washington at.. 4:30 p.m. 6:18 p. m!
Steamers leave Washington at~7:00 p~m
Arrlvo at Fortress Monroe at.... 6-30 a m
Arrive at Norfolk at.t.7:39 R'm?
Arrive at Portsmouth nt.8:00 a! m.
The trip down the Jii?t?rlo Potomac
River and Chesapeake Bay on the elegant
stenmers of this company is unsurpassed
The steamers are comparatively new, hav?
ing been built in 1891, and are ntted up
In tho mo3t luxuriant manner, with elec?
tric lights, call belis and steam heat in
each room. The tables are supplied with
every delicacy of the season from the
markets of Washington and Norfolk.
Tickets on sale at B. ft O. ticket office: N.
&C. of flee, at W. T. Walkers & Co.'s
office, on wharf.
For further Information apply,
m i v ?- *? calLah'an.
Telephone, 441? .... Agent*
(
FOR_NEW YORKVi,
l'A?SUNGEU SHU'S AHE APPOINT.': i
$tV iu ?A1L. from NorroiK on MUN?'.J:
1>AY, XUlOSUAY, W EDN E8DAY{V<s
THURSDAY AND SATURDAY at S:u4A
P-m. From New ? York on MONDAYS; *
rrU BSD A YS, WEDN ICS DAYS, THUK&i ?
DA. 8 at 3 p. m., SATURDAYS, 4 u. m.
passenger accommodations unsUr?ttuMSw
Karo, Including, meals and state ". ;>
room berth. s g at -
Faro, round trip, limited to thirty
ouys . . ' 13 no .
For tickets and reservation "of" state ?
rooms apply at Company's oluce. 77 :
Mil.yl,.8lr.c<ft.0.r ai Braeral offlce at wharf. 3
FOR RICHMOND-Ships leave Nor- -
folk every THURSDAY p. in., and leave .
*?iVi?r.\<- Nuwb- cvtr>" SUNDAY and
TUESDAY evening, arriving at Rich?
mond the. next morning-.
TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS
Northampton, Luray, Accomack, Enola
8?S v'","^'' r?a,,,"K dally exceut 8ur>
i?or?L?v^ c?!?BK,sr!A wbarf. Norfolk
I'OR ODD POINT-At 0:30 and 11:15 a. ,
m. and 3:46 p. m.: Portsmouth. 0:45 and
10:05 a. m., and 3:05 p. m.: Bay Lino
Wharf, Norfolk, at 7:00 and 11:30 a. tit
aim 4 p. m.
FOR 11AMPTON?At 11:15 a. m. and
3:45 p. m.: Ruy Line. 11:30 a. m., and
4:00 p. m.; Portrmouth at 10:05 and 3 05 -
. m. ?
,-r,?.t?,NEv\Vf'?.KT NEWS AND SMITH- '
FIELD.?At.2:30 p. m.: Portsmouth at
2:45 p. m.: Ruy Line Wharf at 3 p. m.:
dally, except Snuday.
FOR EAST AND WARE RIVERS?
Dally except Sunday, leaving Company's
wharf at 0:30 a. m.; Portsmouth, "C 45 a. 9
m.; Hay Line Whnrf. Norfolk, 7 a. m
FOR BACK, ROQUOSIN AND SEV?
ERN RIVERS?Touching at Old Point
Leave company's whnrf Monday, Wod
tienday and Frlduy at 8:30 a. m.; Parts
mouth. 8:45 a. m.: Bay Line Wharf, Nor?
folk, at 9:00 a. m.; returning next day.
FOR SEVERN RIVER - Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday from Company's'
whurf at 0:30 a. m.i Portsmouth, 6:45 a.
1.; Ray Line, Norfolk, 7 a. m.
FOR NANSEMOND RIVER AND
SUFFOLK?At 3 p. m.; Portsmouth, 3:10
p. m.. connecting at SuiTolk with S. and
Freight for Mathews, Back, Poquosm,
Wnre, Severn and Nansemond rlvent
in 111I ho prepaid
NORTH CAROLINA DIVISION-For
merly N N. and W. D. L.?Steamer Albe
marlo leaves Norfolk for Washington, N.
C, Mondays at 4 a. m.; Thursdays, at 1
ft mjJ. cirrytr.g freight und passengara
for Washington and points on the Tar.
Pitmen and Pnmltco rivers.
Freight for Newborn, N. C. received at
N. and S. R. R. depot.
Freight received dally exec-pt Sunday.
All schedules subject to change with?
out notice.
_M-.. Tt. CROW ELL. Agent.
BALTIMORE
STEAM PACKET COMPANY,
BAY LINE.
REDUCED RATES BY THE FAVORITE
LINE. QUICKEST PASSENOER AND
FREIGHT ROUTE BETWEEN THE
NORTH AND SOUTH. 'f
COMMENCING. MONDAY, DEC.2, 1S95.
LV. Portsmouth. High street.15:60 p m
Lv. Norfolk. Main street.!6:30 p m
Lv. Old, Point, Rygola Pier...-.17:30 h rn
Ar. Baltimore, Union Dock.7:30 a m
" jp.'r. it." j iZ &Ta
Lv Baltimore .;?"tt:'i" n ini" 8:00 a in
Ar. Philadelphia.?110:46 a m!?10d5 a m
Ar. New York.?| 1:22 p in|?i2:35 r ra
souTi.?: It??ND^''"1 p. r. it. 1 "n. & o.~
i-v. Now York"'.. '.~.A*2:i6 p ?mj*li:30 a'm
Lv. Philadelphia .|N:4I p 111 ?3:30 p m
Ar. BttltlinoiM .|- 7:1k; p inj? 5:37 p in
Lv. Baltimore. Union Dock.". "15:30 pin
Lv. Baltimore, Canton.7 :00 .p m
Ar. Old Point.G:IK> a ra
Ar. Norfolk .7:00 a in
Ar. Portsmouth .8:30 a m
The trip by these steamers alfords a
most enjoyable sail on tht Chesapeake
Bay. pauolng through Hampton Roads and
harbor of Norfolk, with view of all objents
of ntcrest Incident to thooe hlalorleal So?
cuiitlos. Offering unsurpassed service. inf
every particular. Largo and luxuriantly'
furnlrhoa saloons and staterooms, heated
by steam and lighted by electricity.
Tickets sold to all points. North, East,
and West and baggage checked to desti?
nation. Stateroom- reserved upon appli?
cation In person at the company's offlce.
No. .7 West Mum uiroet. or on board
steamer.
Freight will not be received after 4 p. m.
to go forward that day.
For further information apply to
._ ? i W. RANDALL, Agent. '
IDally except Sunday. "Daily.
Ih.-r.
HsFfQlkiWeslernR.8.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT DEC. 1, 189lv
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
7:40 a. m. ? Tho Chicago Express?BW
Petersburg. Richmond and
Wu-ihlngton also, .for."
Lynchburg, Roanoke, Rud?'
ford, Bluefleld, PocahontAS,v
Ivcnova, Columbus anfl Chi? v
cago. Sleeper Roanoke to.:
Columbus without change.
Also for Pulaski. Bristol.
Knoxville, Chattanooga and
Intermediate Points. ? 1 'i
9:30 p. m. ?For Petersburg. Radford.
Pulaski, Bristol: also for
Bluofleid, and Pocahontaa;
oUo for Rocky Mount and '
all stations on Win3ton?
Salem Division. Has Pull?
man sleeper Norfolk to
Roanoke. Connects at Roa?
noke at 6:15 a. m. with
Washington and Chattanoo?
ga, limited for all points
South and West. Pullman
sleepers Roanoke to Mom
. ? ^ , ,, ? pllls and New. Orleans.
A R R I V E.?Norfolk dally. 8:25 a. nx.
_ 11-25 a. m. and 9:00 p. m. <
NORFOLK AND RICHMOND.
(Vestibule Limited.)
Leave Norfolk 4:35 p. at,.,.,
arrive Richmond 7:00 p. ta.a
connecting for Washington,
Baltimore, Philadelphia and
New York. Returning leave
Richmond 5:00 a. m.. arrivs -
... . Norfolk 11:25 a. m. Stops
J - only at Suffolk, WavcrTy
, and Petersburg. Second
!"??' ~* clans tickets not accepted
X ? for passage on these trains.
, Other dally trains Jeava.
1 Norfolk 7:40 a. m., arrivH
at Richmond 11:05 a. m. Ho
turnlng.leave Richmond 6:39'
P. in.: arrive Norfolk 9:00'
p. m.
For fu.-th-jr information as to tickets,
rates, baggage, checks, etc., call on or.
adddress R. W. COURTNEY, Dlstrbit'
Passenger Agent: C. H. BOSLEY, Tlckrtt
Agent, 126 Main street, or C. E. Finch,
Agent, depot Norfolk and Western rail* -
road. W. B. BEVILL,
General Passenger Agent/
General Office, RoanoVe. Vs.
CLYDE'S REGULAR LINE 8TEAM-y
SHI PS' FOR PHI LADE LPHI A-Only ?
direct line from Norfolk to Philadelphia. '!
Until further orders, steamers. are . ap
pointed to sail from Norfolk every More:
day, Wednesday and Saturday at B p;':
m., and from Philadelphia every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
Through bills of lading ? to all nolnts:*;
South and Southwest via 3eaboftrav?If^
Line, Atlantic Coast Lino and Vlryrfnta*''':
Tennesso Air Lino Railroad.
JAMES W. McCARRlCIC,
General Southern Agent. Norfolk, Vtv
W. P. CLYDE A fk>..
Agent?. ? FhUa^elpMB.

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