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ft FURTHEB DECLINE
Sugar Lei! the Break, With a Cecline of
Over 2 Points.
WEAKNESS IN SPITE OF LARGE BUYING
Tbc l'ncoverlusr or Margins and KoU
Hug Ordern to m<>:? Lasno* Urought
a Flood ol Modi a ou the Dlnrhol
I.ocal Specialties, Were Also Cen?
Ire? of Weakness.
Now York, Feb. ?3.?To-day further dc
cllno in stocks undoubtedly reflected a
condition of real apprehension in the
rninds of holders of securities ns to the
development Iti the Cuban question! Com?
mission houso orders to sell were in large
volume evenat the opening, and these
eoon swept away the advances over Moil- I
day's level, which had been elaborately |
arranged by the use of the cable to es?
tablish a higher range of prices In Lon
day over the holiday. There as profes?
sional buying here at the opening, design?
ed to the same end, bvit not oven the tlrsl
quotations eru up to the London parity.
(Jains were speedily wiped out by the
slump which followed the abandonment of
the professional attempt to sustain prices.
The uncovering of margins and selling or
Qers to stop uosses brought a Hood of
Stocks on- the market. Sugar led the
break with a decline of over 2 points, af?
ter a riso of a point and fluctuated fe?
verishly nil day, closing near the lowest
at an evtreme decline of weakness. Great
Northern preferred dropped off 7 points.
The weakness of the morning was in s.ilte
of largo buying In this market for London
account. Estimates of tbc volume of this
buying ran as high as sixty thousand
shares of stocks. The London market
and the continental exchanges showed an
Improved tone on the subsidence of ap?
prehension regarding the West African
6lluat!on, but there was a significant de
cllno In London and Paris In the Spanish
4's the closing price in London showing
a loss of % as compared with Monday's
The day's not losses exceeded 2 points
In only a fe of tho standard stocks, but
were over 3 points In some of the special?
ties. Tho outlook In the money market Is
not such as to cneourago speculation.
Call loans were made at 2 per cent, to?
day. Currency continues to move to the
interior, and the sub-treasury bud a credit
balance at the dialing house to-day of
$l,772,!ilti, reflecting the withdrawal of an?
other ton per cent. Installment of the
Government's deposits of the Colon Pa?
Foreign exchanges weakened only
slightly in face of the large london buying
of stocks. The decline in exchange Oil
Paris us mora marked. This development
offers some corroboriltlon of the report
tliat a portion of the money which Is go?
ing from Paris to London on account of
the disturbed condition of affairs In tho
French capit.il is going into American se?
curities. ? ?
Standard Oil liquidating certificates nre
not dealt In on the exchange, but in tho
outside market to-day they sohl at 370
us against 3!K) at the opening to-day, He
fore the recent ten per cent dividend dis
trlbut'on the stock sold at IIS.
Honda were weak In sympathy with
stocks, especially In the speculative is?
sues. There were very heavy dealings in
the Union Pacllle I's.
Total sales, $1,275,000,
Government bonds were decidedly weak.
U. S. new 4's registered declined -'y, do
coupon,1?: the old i's registered; tho 5's
und the 2's >, bid.
The total sates of stocks was a27,2v0
Alchlson ?? ?? U'llt prof.55
A prof .28 St Paul .. .?.02%
II and O .10 iSt Paul prof ....140
Can Pac .'82 JSt P and O . 71%
Can Sou .?Ill St P and O pref 14s
Cent Pae .. .. 12'L. St P M and M..130
C and O.21 : So Pac .10
C and A .105 So Ry. S%
C H and Q .... 80% So Ity pref . 2S's
C and IS 1 .. .. 55 T and P .10%
C C C and St L 31 |U P.-"i
C C C and St L U P D and O .. H
pref. 7S IWabash . 7
Jj and II.109% \V pref.l'i'i
I) L and W .. ..153 W and L R .... '.'???<
D and it Q .... 12 W and L B. pro I2U
D and It G pref 17",i EX. COMPANIK?. |
Kile new .14% Ad Ex .125
E new 1st pref Am Ex.126
Fl W .17.1 US.42
-; n pref .150 Iw f Express ..115
11 v . G?4 MISCELLANEOUS.
j (- .102% A C O.10
I T. K and W .... 14% A C O pref .... 7lSi
L 13 and W pref 70 Am S. ?Vi
L;S .102 : Am S pref .. .. 19%
I, and N .Am T.f>9<4
Man 1.107% Am T pref .. ..IK.
Met Trac .. .. mi |Chi Gas.'.<)'a
Mich Cent .. ..100% Peo Gas.ist
M and St 1.27 CCC.17.".
M and St L 1st C P and I . 21
iplief.$8 O F and I pref.. 7')
Mo Pac.27 I (:. n KU a.:::'.
M and O .2S ;l S.50
M K and T ???? 11% Ln C Gas .40%
M K and T prof ?":', Lead .32
C I and L. S I *nd pref .105
C I and I. pref.. 77%I N L <).17'.i
N J C.92 O 1 C.27
N V c.113% Pac Mail .2S-V4
N Y C and St L 13 Pull Pal .178%
N Y C and St L iSil Ccr.55%
1st pref.-T.S S It and T .. .. I1?
N Y C lind St L Sugar.125
2d pref.35 ISugar pre:' .. ..ut
N ami NY. 1". T C and I .20-lj
N A C. ?H, '" 8 1. 15%
No Pac. 22 ; C S I. pref .... 01%
No Pac pref .. r.7>, |U S It.17?
O and W . 15% TSR pref .... W
O K and N .... 4SI \V ?.!?>%
P B 1. 2S% N.122;.,
flushing .. .. 10!?%IN pref .171
Heeding .. .. 10% ft G and W .... 23
HI .NT 11 O nnd W pref ;.7
Ht L and S F.. G'-I.'O G W .10%
SC L and St F Ha Com Co .... .10
NSW YORK MONEY MARKET.
New York, Feb. 23.?M.itvry on call e-.isy,
l%'fi2 per cent.: List loan, 1', per cent.;
prime mercantile paper. 3.ii I per cent.:
sterling exchange, easier, wlthnctlinl busi?
ness In bankers' bills al 455% for demand
and at l>;Wi ls::Vi for sixty days: posted
rates, 4SI nnd 486%; commercial bills. |S2;
Kilver certificates, fi5%-*ff-56%; bar silver,
55%; Mexican dollars. 4r.',!,; GovcrnmOnt
bonds weak; Slate, bonds dull; railroad
CHICAGO PROVISION MARKET.
Chicago, Feb. 23.?Wbeat was heavy all
day, nnd 'at the close showed declines of
% cent In the May option and 1% cent In
July. The market was affected principal?
ly by tho decline In the English markets.
The disposition of wheat traders to leave
that market for the coarser grain pits
caused a decided decrease In the volume
of wheat trading. Corn was heavy and
Oats were firm after early weakness and
closed a shade higher.
Provisions were irre, dar, pork declin?
ing 1?7%C, while lard and rlbu did not
'I he leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Clos.
Wheat No. 2?
Pea-, .1.03 l.l>l 1.00
May .LOStttTl.06% t.06% i.iv;
July .9l%@% ?2% 01%
Corn No. 2?
May .80%?% 80% 80%
July .3I%(S% 32 3>%@%
Sept .:i3 W% 33
Oats No. 2?
May .26% 27 26?J@%
July .21% 24% 2lV<.'ni
Mess Pork, per barrel?
May .$ln.7r> Jto.t'O $10.82%
July .10.?5 lu.'.Ci 10.85
Laid, per 100 lbs?
May . ?r'.2"i 5.32% r..:w
July . 5;30 5.40 5.37%
Short Hlbs. per l(Kr lhs.?
May . 5.15 r,.2r. 6.25
July .JkSS_ 5,32% 5.??
NEW YOHK PUOVISION MAHNET.
New York. Feb. 23.?Four quiet, owing
to tho Hint views of holder:: and Wcoklioss
Wheat?Spot, easy: No. 2 red, $1.03%.
Corn?Spot, easy; No. 2, 37%c.
Oats?Spot, dull; No. 2, 82c,
Cut Moats?Strong. ?
LnrdA-Flrmcr; Western Btenmed, ?5.62i4
<Jf$5.0&c.; May, 10.C? nominal; refined,
Butter? Pilrm; Western creamery, WVi?
20c.; do factory. 11014c.: Elgins, 20c.; Im?
itation creamery, 13017c; State dulry, 13??
17c.: do creamery, 14019c.
Cotton Seen Oil?Firm; prime crudo,
20Hc; yellow 23$i23Vic
Coffee?Spot, Itlo, uuVt; No. 7 Invoice,
GVic.; No. 7 jobbing, 6}4c.; mild, steady;
Sugar?Raw strong: fair refining 3 11-lCc;
centrifugal,196 test, 4 1-lGc; refined, firm.
BALTIMORE OHA IN MARK. KT.
Baltimore. :Feb. 23.?Flour; unchanged.
Wheat?Dull and lower: spot and month,
fliOBty0$lO2V?. March. $1.02V.yfi$1.02!>i; May,
$LO2tt0gl.O2U'.; steamer No." 2 red. 1'SVM?
9S%c.; Southern wheat by sample, 9Sc<?>
$1.03; do on grade, 9S%@$1.02%.
Corn?Dull and easy: spot and month,
3P,sffT34?4c.: Match, M*?OS4Hc.', April. 3?%?
34%c; steamer* mixed, 84^#34Hc; South?
ern white corn, I4ft084%c; do yellow, 84>i
Outs?Firm: No. 2 whlto 35c.; sales. No.
2 mixed, 32^45j33c.
New York. Feb. 3.?Cotton dull; steady;
middling, fi'ie.: receipts, 1,759 bales: er.- I
ports to Great Britain, 4,713 bales; to
France, 1.1S7 bales: to the Continent. 1.SG2
bales: sales, none: stock, 1S5.S07 bales.
Total to-day: Net receipts, 23.552 bales:
exports to Great Britain, 9,778 bales: to
France, 6,23t bales; to the Continent, 5.9G2
bales: stock, 1,243.999 bales.
Consolidated: Net receipts. 112,088 bales;
exports to Great Britain, G2.771 bales: to
France, 7.01G bales; to the Continent, 27,31!" 1
Total since September 1st: Net receipts,
7,229,476 bales; exports to Groat Britain,
2.000,012 bales: to France, 058,464 bales; to
the Continent, 1,207,923 bales.
New York, Feb. 23.?Cotton futures
opened firm; sales, 14,500 bales. March.
G.02: April, COS: May, 0.12: June, 8.16; July,
I G.19; August, C22: September, CIS; Oclh.
her. 0.17; November. ?.17; December, 6.19.
Liverpool, Feb. 23.?4 p. m.?Cotton, spot,
good business done: prlccs bisher; Amer?
ican middling, 3 13-82(1:
The Bales of the day were 12.000 bales,
of which 1,000 were for speculation and
export and included 10,500 American.
Receipts, loo bales, all American.
Futures operiodsteady, with a fair de?
mand and closed barely steady.
New Orleans, Feb. 23.?Cotton futures
barely steady; sales, 31,100 bales. February
nominal; March, 5.9805.61; April. 5.64?
i.60; M.iv, ?.70TI?.71; Juno, ?.75Ti5.TU: July,
11.7905.80; August. 5.82?5.S5: September,
5..c-lfiif..S."i; llpwmlier, 0.<?'?! 5.S7: November,
.8595.87; December. 6.SS05.S9; January.
NORFOLK COTTON MARKET.
Olllco of Tlic Norfolk Virginian.
Norfolk, Vo., February 23, POS.
Wednesday?Tone: Firm. Steady.
Good middling .G'h 7Vi
Middling ..rei 7_
Low middling.6 7-16 C'-s
Oood ordinary..'4% 6 IMO
Rales ... SOS . 29
Receipts' ..'"..* .. . 1.184 860
I stock.?).in 15.728
RECEIPTS BY RAIL AND STEAM RR.
Thro. Local. Total.
Seaboard Air Line. ? 3 3
Norfolk & Western.... ? 213 243
Norfolk & Southern.... u U3 141
'Atlantic ,t Danville....? 4 4
Norfolk .t- Carolina....? 117 117
I Southern railway.200 42J C23
W tlOI.KNA B ? (llllt'l'AI'K'-O.
Norfolk, Va? February 23. 1S9S.
Fish?Mackerel, No. 2, In kegs. 50ibs.,
$4.75; new. small, $12.50; new, medium,
none; No. 3 In kegs, $4.75; Herring.
Family Roe, half barrel, $2.50; North
Carolina Cut Herring, $3.25; Potomno,
in barrels, $3.00.
Provision?Market advancing and
very strong; mens pork, old, none; new,
$12.00: hams, pork, $11.25.
Bulk Meats?Clear ribs, 6%c; fat
bucks. 5e.; bellies, heavy. G?4,c for
small: Gide heavy; pork, plate, $4.80.
Hams?Smithlield, 17f(lSc.; S. C. slip
Pi east?.Sugar-cured. R'ic
Lard?Pure lard tierces, uTstfTGc.. as
to grade; cases and tubs. Vic. over price
of tierces; compound. 4 Vic.; tierces, In
cases and tubs, Vic. higher.
Cheese?Cream, lOU.Cr/lie.; Western
Meal, per bag of lOOlbS., S.".e.; per bag
of 921b?.. 79c.
Salt?Firm; Liverpool Flue, $1.00; O.
A. salt. 55c.
Putter?New York State dairy, now
23c: fresh creamery, 23c.; country, 15c;
Kerosene Oil?Firm; 112 degrees,
7U.C.; 60 degrees, SUc; Red, 150 de?
Coffee?Green steady; rio, common.
S<j(&9e.; fair, 11?11%C: good, 12Vi0
lie; choice, 15(0)16c.j Laguayta. IG?
J7c; Java. 27'29c.
Syrups und Molasses?Higher; syr?
ups'. Bright. lS023c; Fair Grades. 15c.;
Porl Pico, I0e., 20c. and 2Gc, as to
New Orleans Molasses?Quiet; Fair,
18025c: Oood, 270i3Oc; Choice, 31c.
Flour?Market strong and higher:
Western spring wheat, Pect Patent
Family, $5.65; Winter Wheat. I>st
Family. $5.50; Choice Straight Family.
$4.90; Good Family, $4.80; Fair Family,
$4.70. as to grade; extra. $3.8504.25.
Rice?Milled, 43i0GV&c; rough, clear j
of red, 45660c; with red, C3e.
?SllBfir HI ft r It At.
Market?Strong and higher; out of
town prices are dependent on the de?
livery rates to the different points.
Local sales are being made as follows:
Cut louf, $5.85; powdered. $5.60; granu?
lated. $5.47; confectioners' standard A%
$5.22; American off A. $1.98; centennial
bright, yellow P. $4.60: California P.
$I.4S; Franklin standard extra C. $4.48;
Keystone extra C. $4.41; American ex?
tra C, $4.28.
Market weak; hand-picked, fancy,
39404c; extras. 3c; third grade. 2'ie.;
No. 1 Spanish shelled, 3'/, tfr.'if'c; No. 1
Virginia, 2-?430.; No 2 Virginia. 2c.
Farmers' Stock?Fancy. 23?<5 2%C:
strictly prime. 2>ic; prime, l>,?02c.;
lower grades, 102c; Spanish, 65c.
Southern Friill?-Bananas, 75c.0$P25
per bunch; lemons. $3.0003.50; cabbage,
Northern, $1.75 per barrel.
Potatoes?Hnymans, $1.60; yellow po?
tatoes, $2.0002.25; Irish potatoes, $2.25
Onions, $3.0063.50 per sack.
A pples? Fa ncy. $4.006 -"'.00.
Poultry?Old chickens. 200.10c
Eggs?Wholesale steady, at 13c per
Beeswax?23024c per pound.
Croakers, per pound, 2c; taylors, per
pound, Gc.; pan fish, per pound, 3c;
baking IIsit, per pound, ,5c.; flounders,
per pound, 5c; shecphead, 407c: blue
fish, Sc.; speckled trout. 7c; rock, per
pound, 12c; Spanish mackarel, 12c.
Pens?Steady; black-eye peas, now
crop, $1.75 per bag; black, SOc. straibht,
THO MODERN STANDARD GAUGE LINE
?nT" VIRGINIA BERCH.
Winter Senson February to May.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SATURDAY,
FEBRUARY 19tb. 1S9S.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
7:00 n. m. Mixed.
S:15 a tri. Through Express.
10:00 a. m. Through Express.
12:00 noon. Local Express.
3:00 p. in. Local Express.
1 6:30 p. in. Local Express.
Leave Virginia Bench?
S:1S a. m. Local Express.
10:30 a. m. Mixed.
2:00 p. m. Local Express.
3:10 p. in. Through Express.
?5:00 p. m. Fast Express.
7:18 p. m. Local Express.
?9:30 a. m. Fast Express.
1:00 p. in. Local Express.
3:00 p. in. Through Express.
0:30 p. in. Local Express.
Leave Virginia Beach?
10:10 a. m. Local Express.
2:00 p. m. Local Express.
?5:00 p. m. Fast Express.
7:15 p. in. Local Express.
1?Stops only at Oceana, Lynnhaven and
Efficient bus and electric car service
from and to all lines converging at Nor?
Trains stop only on signal at Intermedi?
ate stations to put oft or take on passen?
R. Hi PA NN ILL,
GenM Fit. and Pass. Agent.
It. P. HOLLAND,
BIG MONEY MADE.
300 to 400 Per Cent.
IN GRAIN AND STOCKS.
$ino.CO Invested in Grain or Stocks by our
SAFETY METHOD, will pay $1,000.00 in
the next ninety days, never was there
such an Opportunity offered In specula?
tion to make large prollts in GRAIN and
STOCKS, and with our SAFETY METH?
OD you ari compelled to win and make
a handsome profit, as wheat will be sell?
ing before MAY at $1.25, and stocks will
NO RISK TO RUN.
Writ" for particulars nnd take advan?
tage of a good chance lo make money.
Our SAFETY METHOD Is a sure winner.
J. E. HATCHER & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
401-402 Ncal Building, Baltimore, Md.
Reliable agents wanted to represent us.
Parties corresponding mention Tho Vir?
1 Nassau Street Cor. Wall St
I New York Slock Exchange,
Members of < New York Cotton Kxchnnge,
(.Cblcago Board of Trade.
Orders executed on aboveExchanges in
BONDS, STOCKS, GRAIN
White corn. 35<rJ35%c.; mlved, 35c.
Mill Feed?Market Arm; bran, $15.00;
shipstuff or middling, $15.50: meal, white,
bolted, per 100 pounds, 80c.
Michigan, Ohio and Indiana, No. 1,
Timothy hay, $13.50; No. 2. $11.00<ull.60;
Market firm for nil kinds of stock,
with strong demand at good prices;
choice heavy Western cattle, 3V>j<j?4K.c.;
North Carolina,best,2'/j(<73-)ic.; common,
l'j(fi2VaC.: heifers. Western. 2X.?,4c;
bulls. 2V6?3c; fat cows, 2'.-j(iJ3I/..c.;
milch cows, good, per bead, $25.00$?! 0.00;
cows, common, $10.00<!J/20.00; butchers'
sheep, ?12<rT4c.; good corn-fed hogs, $3.SO j
<ff4.20; light pigs. 3%#4c. Hogs, strong?
er In sympathy with Chicago prices;
dressed hogs. 4V4c. per pound; lambs,
3V&@4V?c. per pound.
Part at Norfolk and I'ortmiiontn
February 23. isns.
Sehr. II. H. Simpson.
Sehr. K. it. Hunt. . . .
Sehr. Bertha Deans.
ALDEMAR LE AND CHESAPEAKE
Str. Chowan towing, from North Caro?
lina to Norfolk.
Sehr. .Morning Star, corn, from North
Carolina to Norfolk.
Sloop Zephyr, light, from North Caro?
lina to Norfolk
Sir. Grace 'litus and raft of logs, from
North Carolina to Norfolk.
Str. Croatnn, towing, from Norfolk to
Sehr. Ella R. Hill, corn, from Norfolk to
. Sehr. Henrietta Hill, general merchan
| dlse. from Norfolk to North Carolina.
Str. F. K. Eshcrlck, light, from Norfolk
to North Carolina,
Str. M. H. Harl?w, towing, from Nor?
folk to North Carolina.
Kargo Robert McCoy, light, from Nor?
folk to North Carolina.
Barge City Point, light, from Norfolk
to North Carolina.
Str. M. .1. Jory, light, from Norfolk to
Str. Chowan, light, from Norfolk to
Str. Edith, light, from Norfolk to North
! Str. W S. Cahill. towing, from Baltt
I inuro to North Carolina.
! Kargo Rose, light, from Baltimore to
Karge C. C. Melllvaine, light, from Bal?
timore to North Carolina.
Str. Cornel, general merchandise, from
Norfolk to North Carolina.
Str. Col. .1. C. Hill, light, from Norfolk
to North Carolina.
PORT OF" NEWPORT NEWS.
Sehr. Mary Freclnnd.
Steamship Liidgnte, Mobile. i
Hark Astrid. Port Natal.
Steamship Carl Hlrschbhrg, Ksbjerg.
Steamship Ludgate, Bremen and Havre
Sehr. Marv Freeland. New Haven.
Karge A. W. Westen. Koston.
Sehr. Eagle Wing, Koston.
Sehr. Vanname \- King, New Huven,
?ehr. J. E. Rlghtcr, Coosnw, S. C.
Steamship Saint Enoch, Antwerp.
Steamship Rotherlleld, Liverpool.
Hamburg, Feb. 20.?Arrived, Pisa, New?
Hamburg, Feb. 19.?Sailed, Ideata, New?
See Dr. Week in reference to your
KorfoiK and Ocean View e, r
tn connection with the Norfolk. Wiltonst).
by Spit and Old Point U. R.i wUt
run trains to Old Point
SCHEDULE TAKING EFFECT
CEMUKR 2Sth. 1S97.
I Leave I Arrive
(l Ocean Vlew^l Old Point
7:30 a. in. I S:00 a. m.<
Sam n. in. 9:16 a. m
10:3i) a; in. | n:00 n. m.
12:00 noon. | |J:S0 p. m.
1:10 p. in. 2:oo p. ?).
3:00 p. in. 3 ?, ni.
|:16 p. in. 4:43 p. m.
0:00 p. in. s;20 m
_<:16 p. ni._7:45 p. m.
All trains scheduled"above-"nirTdally.
Trr.ins leaving Norfolk at 1:40 p. m. !ind
Bf A"' no stops between Norfolk
ana Ocean View.
~F?Z* r?f ,m? round trip from any part
of the city. f,Ur. Tickets on salo by all
street car conductors.
'Ji L. D. MATH ES, Bupt
O EMM EPSON SMITH. Ilecclver.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JAN 6, 1S9S.
TWO DAILY TRIPS OF STR. LOUISE.
TWO FAST TRAINS PGR RICHMOND.
TWO THROUGH TRAINS FOR
Lv Portsmouth .
Ly Norfolk .
Ar Newport News..
Lv Newport News..
Ar Richmond .
No. 1. I No. 5. |No. 3.
7:10 a|~. 3:00~p
Sa? a i. 3:00 )i
8:55 iii. 4:30 i)
9:00 a 1. 4:83
11 .15 a 1. 0:50 p
'72:00 n!.[7:35 p
?3:10 p|.|ll:30 p
..I 2:15 p*10:00 a|10:S0 p
.. 7:05 pi ?3:38 p| 4:22 n
Ar Clifton FOrgo ..| 8:57 p| ?5:60 pi 0:30 n
Va. Hot Springs.I.I.ij 9:05 a
Ar White Sulphur ..| llag |.
Ar Chicago ...
Ar St. Louis .
P6? a ....
?Dally except Sunday, other time dally.
No.I ?Norfolk to Cincinnati and Louis-'
v'.llo dally. Parlor cur Old I'olm to Rich?
mond. Pullman sleeping cars Rich?
mond for Cincinnati, Louisville and St.
Louis. Meals served on dining ears west
of Gordonsvlllc. Connects nt Richmond
for Lynchburg and Lexington. Va.
No. 6?Dally except Sunday, Richmond
to West Clifton Purge.
No. 8?Norfolk to Cincinnati and Louis?
ville daily. Pullman sleeping ears old
Point for Cincinnati and Louisville. Meals
served on dining cars wist of Gordons
Steamer Louise arrives/ Norfolk daily
12:05 noon mid 7:00 p. m.
For further Information apply to
F. W. CURD, Passenger Agent.
C. and O. Ticket Ofllcc, Granby street,
Under Atlantic Hotel.
JOHN D. POTTS.
Asst. General Passenger Agent.
The new and powerful Iron palace
steamers NKWPORT NEWS, WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK will leave
daily as follows:
Steamers leave Portsmouth, foot
of North street at .5:30 p. m.
Leave Norfolk, foot of Matthews
street nt .0:10 p. m.
Leave Old Point at .7:20 p. m.
Arrive Washington at .0:45 a. m.
? ' I 13. A O. I Pa. R. R.
Lv Washington at.! 8:00 a ml 7:2") n m
Ar Philadelphia at.11:10 a ml 10:10 a m
Ar New York at .\ 2:00 p m| 1:23 p m
80?THDCdJND. | H.~& 0.~lPaTn.R.T
11:30 a m| 1:00 p m
Lv New York at .
Lv Philadelphia at.
Ar Washington nt -
Sirs. lv. Washington at
Ar Fortress Monroe at.
Ar Norfolk at .
Ar Portsmouth at .. ..
1:33 p in
4:80 p in
3:18 p m
0:18 p in
7:00 ]> m
7:00 a m
S:00 a m
S:30 a in
The trip down the historic Potomac
River and Chesapeake Pay on the elegant
Steamers of this company Is unsurpassed.
The steamers are comparatively new, hav?
ing been built In 18:11, and lit ted up In
Hie most luxuriant manner with electric
lights, call bells and Btciim heal In each
room. The tables are supplied with every
delicacy ol the season from the markets
of Washington and Norfolk. Tickets on
sale at P. & ?. ticket office; N. .t- G. of?
fice, at W. T. Walke's and company's of?
fice on wbnrf.
For further Information apply
D. J. CALLAHAN,
Telephone 441. Agent.
FOP BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE. !
BOSTON, MONDAY, WEDNESDAY I
AND FRIDAY at 0:00 P. M.
Every TUESDAY; THURSDAY and SAT?
URDAY AT 0:o.> P. M.
FARES TO DOSTON AND PROVI?
First-clasp. Including meals and
stateroom berth .?9.00
Second-class, Including meals and
Perishable freight s- nt via Providence
forwarded by early train to Boston ami
nt tho same rate nri ''>' direct steamers lo
For further Information apply to
K II WRIGHT. Agent, Norfolk. Va.
A. D STEBBINS. Ass't Tariff M.gr.
W. I" TURNER, General Pass. Agent.
J. C. WHITNEY, Traffic Manager.
General Offices, Baltimore, Md.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 17, 1S97.
Lv Portsmouth, High street..'5:50 p m
Lv Norfolk, Main street .!0:30 p m i
Lv. Old Po'.nt, Ilygela Pier .!7:30 p m
Ar. Baltimore, Union dock.7:00 a in
SOUTH BOUND I P. R~ R. I B. & O.
Lv. Baltimore ..
Ar. New York .,
I i :?!;> a mil 7:.x? a m
,i*10:15 a mi!10:16 u in
.|"2:43 p m!!l2:35 n'n
SOUTH BOUND I P. R. R. I B. & O.
Lv New York ..
Ar. Baltimore ...
12:10 p mlUl :S0 a m
!4 :4o p m]! 3:30 p m
!7:0? p in.! 5:i0 p m
Lv. Baltimore, Union dock.10:30 p m
Lv. Baltimore, Canton dock .17:16 p m
Lv. Old Point.0:16 a m
Ar. Norfolk .7:00 u m
Ar. Portsmouth .'.30 a 31
!?Daily except Sunday. ?? Dally.
Tick'ts sold to nil points North, East
and West and >>aggaeo checked to desti?
nation. Staterooms reserved upon ap?
plication in person at the company's of?
fice. No. 77 West Main street, or on board
Freight will not bo received after 4 p.
en. to go forward thnt day.
For further Information apply te
J. W. BROWN, Jr..
Southern Passenger Agent.
CLYDE'S REGULAR LINE STEAM
SHIPS FOR PHILADELPHIA.
ONLY DIRF.CT LINK PROM NOR?
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA.
Until further orders, steamers are ap?
pointed to sail from Norfolk every MON?
DAY, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY nt
1 p. m.i and from Philadelphia every
TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SAT UK
Through bills of lading to nil points
Sr.tub mid Southwest via Seaboard Air
Line. Atlantic Coast Line, Virginia and
Tennessee Air Lino. Southern Railway,
Norfolk and Carolina and Norf.dk ai:d
JAM PS W. McCAR RICK,
General Southern Agent, Norfolk, Va.
WILLIAM P. CLYDE & CO..
General Agents, Philadelphia,
THROUGH WESTERN NOUTII CARO?
LINA. THE "LAND OK THE SKA'."
iho only lino Operating a solid train be
twiom Norfol: ind Chattanooga with
Pullman Bleeping car between Raleigh
SCHEDULE! JN EFFECT NOV. 16, 1S9G
9:23 a m Lv Norfolk Ar 6:2o p in
9:Cu ? in Portsmouth Junction 4:M a in
'?JO i) in Ralegh Httfi n m
L3S p in Durham 10:52 a in
5:50 p in Hurling ton 9:30 u in
P m Greensboro 8:60 p m
1-:2<> a m Ashovlilo 1:16 a m
1:37 a in Hot Springs 12:27 p in
?1:30 a mi Knoxvlllo 9:35 p in
X:(0 u m Chattanooga 5:55 p m
1:60 p m Nashville 12:25 p m
6:10 n m Ar Atlanta Lv 1:00 pm
10:31 n m Montgomery 0:20 u in
11:15 ii m Rii mliijtham , 6:66 a m
8:60 p m Mobile 12:20 u m
K:io p m Now Orleans 7:50 p m
7:10 p in Ar Memphis Lv 9:00 p m
J. H. wincim ELD;
Passenger Agent. No. 102 Main street,
P. S. CANNON.
Third Vlce-Prcsldcnt nnd Qen'l Man'R.r.
.1. M. CP I,P. Traf He Manager.
w. A. TURK, General Passenger Agent.
Old Dominion Steam
snip Go:s up.
FOR new york.?Passenger ships arc.
appointed to sail rrom Norfolk da.ly at
BtOO i> in. (ineludiiig Sunday.).
PROM. NEW YORK.?Oil Monday,
Tuesday, Wcdnesdav, Thursday and Frl?
day at 3:00 p. in.: Saturday at L00 p. in.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Fare Including nieuls and stale
room berth .i.JL00
Hound trip, limited to 30 days.113.00
For tickets and reservation of state?
rooms, apply at ticket ofllue. Main struct,
or at general olllce at wharf.
FOR RICHMOND.?Ships leave Now
port NeWS every Sunday evening, arriv?
ing at Richmond tho next morning.
Ships leave Old Point for Norfolk Sun?
days about 10:00 u. m.
TIME SCHEDULE of STEAMERS
Hampton Roads. Northampton, Luray,
Accomuck and Enola, sailing dally, ex?
cept Sunday. Leave company's wharf,
FOR OLD POINT.?At 0:30 and 11:16 a.
in. and 4:15 p. m.; Portsmouth, 6:45,
and 10:05 a. m. and 3:05 p. m. Hay Lino
wharf, Norfolk, at 7:00 and 11:30 a.
ml and 4:30 p. m. Sundays?leave Hay
line at 10:(K) a. m. and 4:o>.i p. in.
FOR II a.Ml'ton.?At I HIS a. m. and
L15 p. m.; Portsmouth. 10:05 a. in. and
3:05 p m.; Ray Lino wharf at 11:30 a. in.
and 4:80 p. in.
FOR NEWPORT news AND SMITH
FIELD.?At 2:30 p. in.; Portsmouth, 2:15
p. m.j Hay Line wharf, 3:00 p. u>
FOR w a RE and east RIVERS.?At
0:30 a. m.: Portsmouth. 0:t5 a. in.; Hay
Line. 7:lK) a. m. ... ,
FOR NORTH river.?Monday, Wed?
nesday and Friday at 0:30 h. m.; Ports?
mouth, 0:45 a. in.: Hay Line, 7:uo a. m.
for SEVERN RIVER.?Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 0:30 n. ni.;
Portsmouth. 0:45 ?. in.; Hay l'.no. 7:00 u.
FOR HACK, POQ?080K and YORK
RIVER LANDINGS, touching at Old
Point leaving company's wharf Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 0:15 a. mis
Portsmouth, 0:30 n. in;; Day Lino wharf.
Norfolk, 0:45 a. in., returning next day.
for NANSISMOND RIVER and SUP
j FOLK.?At 3:00 p. in.; Portsmouth, 3:10
p. .n? connecting at Suffolk with S. C.
All schedules subject to change without
Freight for Mnthows, Hack, Ponuoson,
Severn, Ware North. York river and
Nanseniond rivers must bo prepaid.
Freight for Washington. N. C, nnd
landings on Tar. Paml'.CO and I'ungo riv?
ers received at and delivered from N. &. S.
lt. r depot.
Freight for Newborn, N. C. received at
N. & S. R. r. depot.
Freight received dally, except Sunday,
unt.l 5:00 p. m.
M. n. crowell, Agent.
. C. L
(Norfol!? ?I- I'nrnlinn Itnllronrt.)
In ? ii. ei November ttSili, ih?7.
Lv. Norfolk. S;40 a in! 2:20 p m
Lv. Ports. June.9:05 a ml 2:45 pm
Ar. Suflolk, Ya.,. 9:45 a ml 3:21 p m
Ar, Tunis, N. C.10:35 u ml 4:28 pra
Ar. UoliKood, N. C.11:60 ? in| 5:10 p m
Hr. Taruoro. N. C.|I2.12 p tnj ,U:01 p in
Ar. Rocky Mount, N. C.|lt:42 ji ni| 6:83 p in
Ar. Wtlllamston. N. C. |.I 0:55 p m
Ar. Plymouth, N. C.j 7:l? p m
Ar. Washington, N. C, 1.1 7:20 pm
Ar. Klnstoii, N. C.I.I 7:55 pm
Ar. Wilson, N. ('.I 2:2a p ni! 7:17 p ni
Ar. Onldsboro. N. C. ..I 3:20 p nil 8:00 p m
Ar. Wilmington, N. C. ..| 5:45 pm| 9:30a in
Ar. Fayeltoviile N. ?...j IM7 p inj 1:14 a m
Ar. Florence. S. C, ..[7:35 pm 3:15 u m
Ar. Charleston, S. C. . .110:66 p m| 6:03 a m
Ar. Columbia. S. C.[ib:30 |> m|10:55 a rn
Ar. Augusta, Ca . 7:55a in 7:55 a m
Ar. Atlanta, Go.112:35 p m|l2:35 p m
Ar. Mncon; 11..jll:15 am,11:15a m
Ar. Savannah, Ga.I 1:50 a ml 8:15 a m
Ar. Jacksonville, Fla. ,.| 7:30 a m| 1:00 p m
No. 49 daily connects with A.C.L. train
23 for nil uoihts South.
103, daily, except Sunday, makes close
connection nt Hobgood for Washington,
N. C, Elusion, N. C, and Plymouth, .\.
('., and all Eastern Carolina points; also
ill Rocky Mount with A. C. L. train 35 fjr
all points South.
Trains arrive at Norfolk at 0:05 p. m.,
dally, also at 10:30 a. m., dally, except
No. 49 runs through without change
Nouolk to Wilmington.
BaggngQ checked at Company's Norfolk
wharf, and also at office of passongei
and Ticket agent 171 Main street 'oppo?
site Atlantla Hotel).
For tickets to all points South, sleeping
car reservations and general Information
call on or address,
J. A. NEUGEBAUER,
Passenger and Ticket agent.
JAMES P. MAUP1N.
General Forwarding Anent,
II. M. EMERSON; Gen. I'iih-s Agent.
G M S HR PELL, Gen. Manager.
T.' M. EMERSON. Traffic Manager.
Schedule in Effect
SCUEDi'LE IN EFFECT DEC. 5, 1S97.
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
7:40 a. m.?For Richmond, Washington.
Lynchbure and tho West.
4:33 p. m.?Veslibuled Limited for Rich?
mond and Washington. Stops
cnlv at Suffolk. Waverly and
9:00 p. m.?For Petersburg, Lyhchburg,
the West and Southwest.
Trains arrive at Norfolk daily 8:25 a. m.,
11:25 a. m. and_ 10:40 p. m.
Tickets and all information at station
and 272 Main street.
W. P. RF.VILL.
General Passcniror Aerent.
Go'jig South?Eastern Time Standard.
Leavu Norfolk .a. A. L. 5:4.. p. in.
" P.aKigh .S. A. L. 2:12 a. ni.
" Charlotte .3. A. L-. 8:15 a. m.
" Llncolnton ...C. L ....10:35 a. m.
Arrive Lenoir.C. & L. 1:17 p. in.
" Aehevllle .So. Ry.3:05 p. m.
" Chester .S. A. L.8:10 a. m.
Leave Chester ...,.*.C. & L ... 0:30 a. m.
Arrive YorkvlUu .....C & It ? .11:30 a. w.
A y***?*5."*' ***** mb?
R^h.^..? . PANVILLE RAILWAY;'
tI? a f iS K-An .^S?1 October 2nd. im
?? ? vv/f.otK?f Mathows ?troor.- Bt-9:20-a. -
. uV -.-.8l. No.rroiki n. m. .for Dan.
7:10 p m., arriving at Danvlllo TS
o'clock a. m. ,?a , jj ... . '
T HA IN" NO: 4 arrives ntNorfolk:at 10:11? L'li
a in., dally except Sunday.
TRAIN NO. 2.arrives at Norfolk at 5:1?
p. ni. dally. ,
TRAIN NO. S connects at Donntston
Junction with Norfolk and Western rail?
road for Durham and Intermediate polnta
TRAINS NOS. 1 AND 8 connect at "lo": *
frcss Junction'and Danvlllo for nil points
on the Southern railway system.
Pullman Sleepers between Danvlllo and
Ashevltle,. AOupln, Jacksonville, Memphis
and New Orleans. 7
Tlekots on salo and bngngo checked at
Walke's agency and company's wharf.
Norfolk, and at W. V. If. William's agon
cy. Portsmouth. . n
WM. II. TAYLOR.
CHA8. O. ha.1NES. Genera! Manager.
Atlanta, Now Orleium, Angimtn,. Mncon,
hitltitiiooga, Nmi*?*??- **.* '
Trui!,, OuiHrurnla t
ix EfTKCT MAT ca, ISO;.
Chattanooga, Niinlivilln, Mciiii>)i|h, riorjilj^
llfornln rtml Iho entire Kouth.
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MKMI'HIW.K. ir. j|. ft II
Ii II ? ..
I .ID p.II
3 Jl p.n
4 5i p.n
?in ?1 p.n
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?.I U t.m I
ti 70 t.m
11 . . ? ,?
in a in
h .10 > m
1? Jl a in I 3 m p!in
?I M p.m
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9 77 p.m
11 It p.m
II in, .?
11 M ? m
3 in a m
4 17 a.m.
Ii Ol p.m
4 30 p.m
?!> on p.m
I It i>.m
1 f> p.m
1 70 p.m
8 vu a.m
< IS p.m
ID in p.m
? I0p m 1 40a.nl
I 1? p.m 7 H v m
7<K)p.m t, ij, m
? 40 p.in I 7 ?II a.m
? Hallj. i Ualljr, ea.8liii.iar. I llalljr. >?. Moodaj,
f.on.|.vll,.ni ?I Nrw Ollrrn. n'ih Ronihera Parin, ., j
7.':.V *. ' aclOc i:ii;>?.. loc all puli.K In Tola,, Uulte an*
No. 101.? Arrlr. P..-r.vio.nl, dtllr. "i.75 a m,
No. .3?.?Arrlio l'nrr. vuvnl, Jallr, 3 Sn p.m.
J. IT. nrc.nn, IWr Asi., I nil Mal., si., NarMk, Ta.
Jli.rrnr r ik Mf, TraT. Pait*r A,:(., I'UrUmoulh, la.
R. ST. JOHN, Vlff.lVMld.nTlTn"n7;rrr"ral Ilan.r.r.
?. F.. Mfll! i:.I.Vn.rnlK..p.rli.liq.lrnl.
II. IT. II. ei.nviat. |. i. AMIKMOS.
iniiir ????.. Uta'l I'auV Ait.
i! C, ik 11 IB, CO,
FOR P11ILADPLP1IIA, NEW YORK,
AND ALL POINTS NORTH AND
NORTH POUND. . .
I.V. Norfolk, FayoltO street.G:00 p m
Lv. Old Point ...7:00 p m
Ar Paltlmore, Light St., foot Lee.7:00 a m
I^v. Dnltlmorc .I >!:02 n ml 8:03 a m
Ar. Philadelphia .|li):ir. a m 10:15 a m
Ar. New York .112:33 p rn[l2:43 p m
SOUTlTTlOUND._R. h ?. | P: R. R.:
Lv. New York .Ili:30 a ml 1:00 p m
Lv. Philadelphia . 3:30 p in 3:13 p in
Ar. Paltlmore .[ 5:10 p m| 5:10 p m
iTv-TTiaitlinoro. Light street.(!:3? p m
Lv. Old Point .CaW a m
Ar. Norfolk, Fuyotte street.7:00 a m
Through tickets sold and baggago
checked to all points North, East
and West. Staterooms reserved at
Company's office, 102 Main street,
or on board steamers.
J. h. WINGFfELD,
Passengsr and Ticket Agent, 102 Main
street. Atlantic Hotel.
13. T. LA MR. General Agent.
General Offices. Paltlmore, Md.
CAPE N New York?
piijini cq| Philadelphia
nnirrr I and Norfolk
ROUTE \ Railroad.
QUICK TIME?LOW RATES.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EPFECT NOV. 2Dj 1S97.
LISA VP NORFOLK. ? ?' .
7l'S5 a. m. dally, ?-xcept Snndav?(Ports-"
mouth, High street, 7:30 a. m.) ?
Arrive at Philadelphia 5:42 p. .
m.. New York at 8:38 p. m.
010 p. m. dally. Portsm&Uthj High street,
5:5.'.. Arrive at Philadelphia, ?
5:10 a. m.i New York, 7:13 a. m.
ARR1VK AT NORFOLK.
9:00 a. m. dully. Portsmoulh, High street.
9:10, leaving New York at S:00 p.
ih.; Philadelphia. 11:10 p. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK,
I7:i.0 p. m.?Dally; except Sunday (Ports
j mouth. High street, 8:00 p. m.l?
leaving New York at K:00 a. m.;
Philadelphia,. lu:2u a. .m._
I Clo5ie connection made with all rail and?
sound lines to and from Boston.
Pullman Sleeping rears on night ^trains .
bei ween Jersey.. City.. : Philadelphia/ ?nnd -
Cape Charles. Pnllmnn Ituflet Parlor
cars on days trains betwoen Phlladelplila
und Cape Charlciii ? ,
Through tb-kpts sold and baggage
Checked at Walkc's Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, and on steamers.
R. B. COOKE,
General Passenger, and::F< eight.-itgent.
UK i souinem 11 Go,
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FED. 2ist, iS98.
MAIL AND FiXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK dally (except Sunday) 10 a, m. for .
Elizabeth city. Eden ton, Mac.key's Ferry,
Roper, Pailtego, Helhaven, etc. Connects
at Edunton with N. & S.'R. R. steamer
as follows: Dally (except Sunday) for
Plymouth; Jnjnesvtllc, Willlamston .and'
Windsor. TUESDAY, THURSDAY , and ,
SATURDAY for all landings on Chowan
river: on MONDAY and PRIDAY for
Souppernong river, and WEDNESDAYS
for Avoca. Conedtlng' at' Bel haven with'
steamer Virginia Dare for Mukleyville.
South Creek, Aurora, Washington and Irt
tieVmedltite landings. Connects at Eliza?
beth Cltv Monday and Wednesday with -
I steamer "Newberne for Itoanoko Island.
OcrucOke Orlehtnl and Newberne, and
j Saturday for Roonok'o Island direct.
i EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK at 4:10 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday
j and Saturday for Elisabeth City, Edcnton .
' and way stations. Connects at Elizabeth
City with tho steamer NouSo for Ne.w
herri?, Morehead City, Kliistoh and Golds
Ijoi'd via A. & N. C. R. R., and for Jack?
sonville. Wilmington. N. C, and for all ,
stations on the W. & N. R. R. Stops at.
Itoanoko Island Tuesday and Thursday.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS (daMy ? except
Sunday) at 4:2? i>. m., and morning.train-'
at H a. hi. Tuesday,*Thursday and Satur?
day Connecting with all rail. and. steam
litys ut Norfolk for tho North, East- and
West. Passenger station at foot, of East
Main street, Norfolk and Western depot.
Freight station on Water...street..
EASTERN CA R?LINAr. I 'PI??atcH,
FAST FREIGHT LINE AND-OLD DO?
MINION LINE between all points North
and East via Norfolk and Norfolk und.
Southern railroad nhiPEastorn North'jfJar?
olliin. " '-' " '["Sl'.Ciprl ?5
Freight received dhlly 'at t7 p?..m."and.
forwarded promptly at low rate.
For further information apply to the
General oflico of the N; A S. R. ?rt.'Oo.,
Norfolk, Va. .. -, '.
h. c. hutjoinh; ? ?:.
Gen, Freight and Passenger Agent. ?
M. K. KING, General Manager.