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Prices Sagged Almost Continuously, Losses
Averaging Nearly Two Per Cent.
CONTINUED INFLUX OF GOLD
Banrs OfTcro? Ronntl Am?nau of
Grnngoit, Nntnr, Slniiliiwtnti, itlrt?
i-apolltnn Ntroot Itnllwny mid Ollit
or Prominent Ncciiritlcs-Kiig'nr
Absorbed Built of Trading.
New York, March 17.?There was a com?
plete reversal of sentiment on the stock
exchange to-day compared with that of
the earlier part of the week, and prices
Bagged almost continuously. The losses
averaged nearly two per cent. In the
standard shnres and wcr^ more pronounc?
ed In the Specialties, wherein one case the
decline exceeded 4 per cent. Trading was
dominated by the announced completion of
the Maine hoard of inquiry report, the
failure of the Paclllc roads to reach an
amicably agreement upon passenger rates
and the heavy selling by houses with
?Washington connections. A favorable fac?
tor which had little influence was the
continued inllux of gold. The political
movement, including to-day's engage?
ments of $1.300,000 and the $."i.r>00,iw? on
route from Australia is in excess of $30,
000,000. The continued ease of money like?
wise attracted little attention! The re
Gumption of uneasiness as to the general
Cuban situation seemed not to lie shared
on the foreign bourses, wheiy Spanish I s
advanced, though this may have been
due to the announcement that the interest
payments, which had been In doubl, would
be made. The bears offered round amounts
of the Qrangers, Sugar, Manhattan, Met?
ropolitan Street Hallway and other prom?
inent securities. The absence of support
by leading llnanclnl Interest a was readily
perceived by the advocates of lower val?
ues and utilized to the fullest extent, 1/on
4on was rather apathetic and early prices
afforded little encouragement to either
party, beirtg slightly mixed. Subsequent
cables reported the London cxchtingi b
closing exceedingly weak in responses!to
this side. Sugar absorbed the bulk of
the traders'?attention during the day at
receding prices.
Operations In railway and miscellaneous
bonds showed a further contraction In
dealings with the aggregate reaching
?1,850,000.
The tendency of the market was down?
ward throughout and as has been the
case of late a large prcpbndchinc*! of the
dealings centering in a few of the specu?
lative lines.
Quotations for Government Issues Indi?
cated I sses of '?. per cent, in the Issues of
1925 and i, in the l's registered of 1907.
The total sales of Slocks to-day were j
Git',loo shares.
CLOSING mi IS.
Atchison .li i prof .SHa
A prof.2d si Paul.>VS
i: and O. Pi Si Paul pref .. ..H5>/a
Can Pile.S2 Si I' and I i .. .. C9
Can S ii.?!>; Ist P and O prel 150
Cent Pae .IS iSl P M and M..127
G und (t .IS% Sn Pae.IS
C and A .If. So Hy. 7%
C It and << ... S9% So Ity pref .. .. 28*1
C and K I . 53 T and P.
C C C iml St I. 27':. C p .20%
C C C and St I. C P 1' and (> .. 7'-_.
pttf.*2 Wabash . ?S
I i ai d II .i -v.. W pref.)"i's
1' I. and W ....:.Vi " W and I. K. I7*
Ii and It (t . 11 W and I. I:. pref
li and It G pref l-l KN. COM I'AN I ICS.
Ki le ju w .12?,a Ad Ifix.ion
13 new let pref ?I Am i'.s .122
i t w .nt; u s.:*s
? it N pref .. ..ii> w. p. Kxpi.ws ..lit
II V. V. ISCKI.LAN KOI S
) i- .'. :ii, A C ?. H$'<s
l. i: an I w .... r; A C O pref .. ..
1. K and W piwf < I Aril 8. CIS
1. S.P'i A S, pref.IT',
L and N . 's-, Am T.,
M 1.101 Am T pref .. ..Ill
Mel Tiac.1 : ? cbi Gas.W,i
M. It r. et .K l' . Pen t! is-.llS',3
M and Si I.Si: C C C.
M ami st i. ist c k und I .
prel .c V ami I pi\ f.. 7S
Mo Pi e.25 ib n Kiev.31% I
M md " . 20 IS.45 :
M K and T .... I".. La C Gas. I-' j 1
:i i: and T pref SI'S Lead.29?.j
c I anil 1. 7 Lead pref.l02Vs
C I and L ph f 21 N L G . IC
N J c.:d'_. OIC .25 I
N V C.in ' . Pae Mail.2*?, |
:: Y C an ! Si I. 11% Pull Pal.H>$',a
N V G and Si L Si". C\ r.Mi
1st pi. r.03 B It and I
N Y O and St I. Sugar.IIKl
2d prof.29 Sugar pref .. i.lOFM
N anil W . 12' .'!'?? and I .IM.J
N A -C . 5 I' S I. .'"s
No Pa-.21 "a* I" s l. pref .. .. 57',
No Pie pref .. P S It.Ill
l i a;:,I W .II .. C S It pr. f .. .. iM'-s
O K in.I N .... H W P .Ml" i
O S L .2S Nci thwestei n ...II.',
PUtshurg .. .. ICS N pref.173
Heading.P.Vs. K 'i and W .. .. 2::
111 .Nt It O and W pref 5-1
St I. and SI-'.. 6Va O G W . 9??
S t li ami S P IIa Colli Co .. .. ::"
NEW YOKK MONEY MARK KT.
New York, Murcit IT. Money on call
easy. I':'n: per cent.; last loan, 2 pi r cent.:
prime mei.-ant le paper, l'....i.".'- pit cent ;
sterling ,..\ehani.-e, stiaov with actual bus?
iness in bankers- bills al IS3?i ft 4SI lor .1.
?nnnd ami ai ISO-Vff IM for sixty day.-; post
ed rule.- IM'.-m is! and is 11._.'.?t-."".?-_.: comni r
eial bills, penl^i' .; silver eerlillcotes, 55ffj
fir%\ bar silver, M~s; Mexlo in d 'liars. 4P ,:
Government bonds, weak; State bonds,
steady; railri ad bonds, weak.
CHICAGO MAUKK.T,
Chicago. March IT.?The refusal of the
rtoitrd of Trade directors to fix a marginal
price on May wln-al was the main fuel or
In that ir.arki t 10-dny. Though the ad?
vance this caused was lost about the
middle of th.. sessl ii. prices recovered
again, the July option closing ', cent high?
er than yesterday. May showed an eipuil
advance. Liquidation of May contra.-is in
corn and oats made those markets weak,
declines of !&$% cent and ?? cent, respec?
tively, resulting. Provision were firm all
day and closed 7V'il5c. higher.
'J he leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Clos.
Wheat No. 2?
March .ft .0516 1.02 1.02
Mnv .I "d L0IV4 \MVa
.Inly .S'i.w- F5% MV"7*
Cein No. 2?
May .2?liW% 29% 2-.'
July ."'>'-.'<i':a 10*4 ::?>'.,
Sei.Sl% 31<MQK 31%
Oats No. 2?
May .2.V-/? ?i 2V, 25V.ii?
July .23% 23% 23%'M ',
Mess Pork, |icr barrel-*
Miiv .$9.&',6 I9.9S $0.!i2'-'.
July .9.S7,,ii W.02VS 9.97?,s
J.nrd, per lilt) lbs?
May ..'..I" ."..IT'.. R.I5
.Inly .6. Ifta 5.22'? 5.22'?
Short liibs, per l"'' lbs.?
Mav .5.05 5.1" 5.10
July .r,.l2'^ 5.17'; &.l7'.s
NEW YORK PROVISION MARKET.
. New York, March IT.fluni- held steady
aga'n. but lacked buying Intense
Wheat-Spot, steadier: No. 2 red, SLOIVft.
Corn?Spot, easier; No. 2, 3fic,
O.its?Spot, weaker: No. 2 :in.tie.
Beef?Firm; extra mess, ?5.504/$9.00.
Lunl?Klnncr; Western steamed, J5.40;
Miky, $5.50 nioinlnal; relined, steady.
Pork Steady.
IJttlter?Kinn: creamery, fni'ie.; do fac?
tory, I2igi5c.; Icigins, 19c: Imitation cream?
ery, I Po IC.e.; State dairy, 1 l'-'.i IV.; do
creamery 154fl9c.
Cotton Seed OH?Stendjr on Improvement
In laid products, but trade still hangs fire;
prime crude, 20c.; prime slimmer yellow,
23c.'; off sumrr r yellow, 22</&<l
Spot Cc.ffei?ltio weak: No. T invoice,
r.r;?c.: Nu. 7 .lobbing. Ii".;?-,; 'mild, outet;
Cordova, S^(S Hi -.
Sng'.ir -Raw, barely steady; fair refin?
ing, 3V4e.: ccntrl/ucgal, 96 lest. il-l?c.; re
lined, i-ulct,
HALTIMOUI-: GRAIN MA UK KT.
lialtlmore, March 17. ?Flour dull, un?
changed,
Wheat?Steadier: spot and month, 9SU@
M%c; April, Wi?jfOTsc; May, 09?99V4c;
steamer No. 2 red, rcvrfOoVic: Southern
wheat by sample, MOSBftc.; do on grade,
MC99C.
Corn?Weak; spot and month. 32%<rf?2>je.:
April. 32V?33c: Muy ?.WiSjM-'?c.: steamer
mixed, 321i5i32V;e.; Southern white and
yellow coin, UHtf&SHc.
Oats?Steudy at decline: No. 2 white,
34fQf34Vic; No. 2 mixed, S2?.i 321,4c.
COTTON MARKETS.
New York, March'I7.t-Cotton. dull: mid?
dling tilde.; net receipts, 1,264 bales: gross,
1,387 bales; exports to France, 310 bales:
to the Continent, l?ri02 bales: sales, 106
bales, nil Bplnnors; stock, 183,061 bales.
Total to-day: Net receipts, 13,535 bales;
exports to Great Britain, 3.066 bales: to
France, 8,287 bales: to the Continent, 1,032
bales; stock. 1.011.500 bales.
Consolidated: Net'receipts. 123.571 bales;
exports to Great1 Britain! 66.135 bales; to
France, !>,267 bales; to the Continent, 42,
lir, bales.
Total since September 1st: Net receipts,
7,699,313 bales; exports to Great llritain,
2.74!',313 bales; to France, 723,600 bales; to
the Continent, 2,207.312 baiea.
Now York, March 17.?liotton futures
opened cpdet and steadv; sales, 1,400 bales.
March. 5.96: April, r..:t7: May, 6.02: June,
6.02; July, fi.OI; August, 6.07: September.
6.02: October, 6.02; November, 6.02; De?
cember, 6.05; January, C.07.
Liverpool March 17.?I p. in.?Cotton,
spot, fair demands; prices full; American
middling 3 ll-Slid.
The sales of the day were lO.ono bales,
of which C00 were for speculation and ex?
port, and included 9,700 American.
Receipts. 6,000 bales, nunc American.
Futures opened quiet with u moderate
demand and closed barely steady.
New Orleans. March 17.?Cotton futures
Steady; sales. 12,100 bales. March, 5.57 bid:
April, 5.5605.67: May, 5.60?5.60; June, 6:63
05.64; July. r>.r,7'<-5.os; August, 5.C6176.I77;
-September, 5.6605.68; October, 5.6605.6$;
November, 5.6605.68; December, 5.0S*ii5.70;
January, 5.7005.72.
NORFOLK COTTON MARKET.
Onit e of The Nortolk Virginian.
Norfolk; Va., March 17, 1S0S.
Thursday?Tone: Steady, Firm.
1S9S. 1M7.
Cood nii.blllng.6V& 7-"?f?
Middling ..">, 7'.?
Low middling .5 7-16 t>S
Goo<l ordinary.4% r, i-ir,
" Bales. Bales.
Sales . 210 605
Receipts.:. r.^s 179
Shipments.8,981 1,418
Stock.5S.256 23.621
RECEIPTS BY RAH- AND STEAMER.
Thro. Local. Total.
Sort hoard Air l,ine.? 27 27
Norfolk & Western.... ? 159 159
Norfolk & Southern.... 17 152 ]C9
Atlantic & Danville.... ? ll it
Norfolk & Carolina.... ? 61 61
Southern railway.? !*S 9S
n'HOI.KMA I F ?illOTATtOXtk
I'roTiaKiun.
Norfolk, Va., March 17. is98.
Fish?Mackerel, No. 2, In kens, fiOlbs.,
$1.75: new, small. $12.50; new, mcdliim,
none: Nt>. 3, in kegs, tl:75; Herring,, fam?
ily roe. half barrel, $2.50; North Carolina
cut Herring };;.25; Potomac, la barrels,
$3.00.
Prpvlsl n?MnrkCI advancing nnd very
strong; mess pork, cid, oono; new, $12.00;
ham-, purl:. $11.25.
Hulk M.at-Clear ribs. 6*Jc.; fat backs.
5Vic; bellies, heavy, 5:iic. for small; 6V?jc.
heavy; iicrk. plate, $!.&>.
Shoulders?Sukii r-cun d, ('."lie.
Hams?Biiiithtleld, 170 ISc; S. C. Slip
Hams, ?Uc
Itucoii -Shoulders, none.
1 'a east? Siigar-ciiri d, SV4c.
I.tid -| ore laid ib-rcs. SVf/G.-.: as to
grade-; canes a'nd tubs. 14c. over mice of
coiniKtund 4V4c.; tierces, In casts
and tubs, '<e. higher.
,-[.. . se -Cream, 10'...'<i 1 le.; Western d.ilrv,
S'/j?i!ic.
Meal, i< t bag of pviiits., .e5c.; per ban
of SSIba . 7rc.
Salt-Firm. L verpool Fine, $1.00; O. A.
sail. 55c
Butler? New York Slate dairy. new 23c.:
fresh creamery 23c.; country, 15c; west?
ern, I ?(9 20c.
Karben, Oil?F'nn. 112 degrees. 7'^c:
60 degrees, tt'ict^i'd, ISO degrees, 9010c,
OrnrrrlM.
c.tff.-Green steac'v, Rio common, SM0i
9c: fair, ii'.iii",c.; good, I2\40l4c.; choice,
i:.ili>.: l.:igiinyru. 16017c: Java, 271?#29c,
Svrups und Molasses?Higher: syrup?,
lirtght, W'i-"<?.: fair grades. 15c.; Pun
IS co 10c. 20c. and 26e., as to grade.
New Orleans Molas-t s?(.Mi et; fair. ]ST(
25c; good. iiWHc: eholci , Sic.
Flour Marke) :ti.ioi.g and higher: West?
ern spin: wheat, best patent family.
$5 ?:. Winter wheat, best family, $5.50;
it t family. $4.SO; fair ramily. $1.70. as to
urade.
Rice Milled, I~-*-_? <*.: rough, clear of
r. I. 45$/60c.; with red, 65c.
NllSJiir Jin lit el.
Marke) streng nmd higher: out of town
pen are depeiulent- on the deliver)'
rates :? the different points: local
sales are being made as follows: Cu: loaf,
f.,.1.6: i.cv.dend. J5. ll ; granulated, J.". 2i::
confectioners' standard A; $5.10; American
off A, $1.S"?; ccnli-niilnl bright, yellow it,
$1.54; California I!, 84.4S; Prank I In stand?
ard ex rh $4.48; Keystone oxtra C, $4.41;
American extra C. $i.2e.
I'eaiiiii mirhnt.
Market t.cllve: hahd-l^cke?! fancy, 3-7i0
! i, extras, :'<? : third grade, 2Vic; No. I
Spanish shelled, S',-|03!?'ie.: No. I Virginia,
2?i03c: No. 2 Virginia, 2c
I . -in. is* Stock?Fancy, 2-T403C.; striet
lv prime 2'..ri2:,,c: prime. 1V&02C.: lower
nadi -. lQ2c; Spaaisb, 5uc
I'rotl tier.
Southern Pr?ll -Rananns, 75c.@$1.25 iter
hunch; lemoiiHi $3.5003.00; cabbage, North?
ern -JI.50CfH.75 per barrel.
potatoes -llaymens. $2,6002.75: yellow
potatoes, $2.00*fl2.25; Irisli potatoes. $2.250
2.5o per sack.
Onions?$2.5003.00 p. r sack.
Appbts -Fancy. $4.5005.00.
Poultry?Old chickens. 2O03Cc.
Eggs- Wholesale, dull; W\ 9c. per dozen.
P.eeswax -2sh2ic. per pound.
I*l-C?ill I'lNll.
Croakers, per pound, 3c; taylors, per
p.uad. i.e.: pan llstl, per pound. Sc.; bak?
ing lisb, i? r pound. 5c: flounders, per
l>.iiin<l. shOepshoarl, 407c; blue li<h,
sc.; speckled trout, 7c: rock, per pound,
12c; Spanish uinkerel, 12c.
a ruin.
Pens?Steady; black-eye peas, new crop.
$1.75 p r bag; black. 75c. straight, per
bushel.
White corn, 36c; mixed, 35c; from store,
3!le.
Mill Feed?Market firm: bran, $15.50;
ships! uff or middling. $16.00; meal, white,
bolt. d. per lOOIbs., '.He.
Michigan. Ohio and Indiana, No i Tim?
othy liny, $1.1.50; No. 2, $11.00011.50; mix
1.1%-? Sin. li.
Market firm for all kinds of slock, with
sinnig demand at g>> id prlo ?: choice in ,i
vy Western cattle, 1/ I'jC : North Caroli?
na, best,.2V&03-UC.: common, l'/&02i .<-.; heir
eis. WesP:r.n, 2'>{10'4c: bulls, 'y./'i.u-,; fa I
cows, 2' i"<iS'.jc. : milch cows, good per
bead, $25.00040.00; COWS, common. $ii..i.i?
20.00; butt hers' sheep, 2'.'<i.ic; corn f, i|
hogs. $3.8004.25; light pigs, a',':1c. Hogs
stronger in sympathy with Chicago
price-; Itrcsscd bogs, P-jc. per pound;
iambs, 3V4*fiP,ic per pound.
"Ojlbway Joe," tl Chlppewta chief,
who di-d in Su;i rlor, Wis., the other
day, Is said to have killed mi .re north?
erners iIu-.ti any maim in the Confede
rrl.'e armies. He was a sharpsho lor,
havir.-g join .1 th,- Confederacy lecms
of a persor.nl brlcvitnce against the
Federal ?:? .verum nt.
After years of untold suffering from
piles-. H. W. Pursell of Knllncrsville.
Pa., was cured by using a elngle box of
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Skin
diseases such as eczema, rash, pimples
and obstinate sores are readily cured
by thlri famous remedy, j. M. Trotter
Norfolk; R. L. Walker, Braniblcton;
Trultt & Smith, Berkley.
TIIAVKI.KKH? Uli I OK.
'***-*'-?-'??*? :*--?_- .-A- ."j.-vC.',^*')
THE MODERN STANDARD GAUGE LINE
RUNNING BETWEEN
M O K F O Iv
?and?
?'.rr VIRGINIA BEACH. ?*??"..
winter Season February to May.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SATURDAY.
FEBRUARY 19th; 1M>S.
DAIDY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Leave Norfolk ?
7:oo,n. mi Mixed.
8:15 n m. Through Express.
iO:oo n. m. Through Express.
12:00 noon. IvOcnl Express.
3:00 p. m. Local Express.
(5:30 p. m. Locnl Express.
Leave Virginia Reach?
5:415 a. in. Local Express.
10:30 a. tn. Mixed.
2:00 p. m. Local Express.
3M0 p. m. Through Express.
?6:00 p. tn. Fast Express. /
7:15 p. m. Local Express.
Leave Norfolk?Sundays?
?9:30 a. in. l-'nst Express.
1:00 p. m. Local Express.
3:0o p. nt. Through Express.
C:30 ]i. in. Local Express.
Dcave Virginia Reach?
10:10 a. tn. Locnl Express. ; -
2:00 p. in. Local Express.
?5:00 p. in. Fast Express.
7:15 p. ni. Locnl Express.
??Stops only at Occana, Lynnbaven and
Kempsvllle.
Efficient bUS and electric car Service
from and to .ill lines converging at Nor?
folk.
Trains stop only on signal tit Intermedi?
ate stations to put off or lake on passen?
gers.
R. IL PANN1LL,
Ccn'l Fit. and Pass. Agent.
It. P. HOLLAND.
General Superintendent.
SHIPPING NEWS.
fori ?t Noi-lolU mill I'ortsiiinnt ti
Stacrh 17. istis.
ARRIVED.
?British tflmp. Royalist, Tierney, wa?
ter ballast, from RVhmieir.d, Vai
'Brlt'liih simp. Oakland, Oranger, from
Tampa, Fla., for Client, Belgium via
Norfolk for coal.
British fd'ir.iri Gcr>manin. stiller, from
GoOveston to Bremen, loaded add ckair
cd.
?Sehr. Miry E. Palmer, for coal.
S;4ir. Henry W. Crimp, for coal,
?ehr. Eraser \V. Clark, for oaaL
SATLOOD.
iBarge L/amcirri, Got New London, with
coal
IBarge Jjinkser.-, 'for Washington, with
coal.
BUtrge D. D. Trem-ny, for Nrt.vi Lon
d".n, w'i;h coal.
Berge M3i;.iflcl.vpr, for New Ijond'oo,
wiJ'r.i cciU.
?Barg-i Puritan, for New London, with
coal.
CLT0.VR.r0D.
f?chr. General B. S. Gurley, for Prov-1
id'.ince, with coal
Sfcrhr. Boh BJoy, Beaufort river, iwilth
coal.
Sehr. Oha?. 13. Notlmtm-, for Doston,
wMh coal.
A'L?BKlM'AtR'LE & CU'l-VlAPlCAKE CA
NIAIL, CO.
NOBTTHABOU ND.
Pt'mr. \V. B. R.-igor.-. general mer
chi. iii Iis\ North Carolina to Norfolk.
Sstmr. Si.muei Ecelcs, towing, North
Carotin a to Norfolk.
?ehr. L. J. Marvll, lttriher, Ndrifc
C.ir-ilina r.o Chester. Pa.
Sehr. .Lohn Q. Ferguson, lumber.
North Circslna to Bal'.'Imon^ Md.
Sehr. A7i:a Forrell, sh IjVft.es, North
C.Tollna to Maryl.K d.
Sc'hr. Sl.vaiif.b.ir.., lumber. North Car?
olin l ro Norfolk.
SOUTH I .DU'ND.
f&tnir. DeSsila Piinnvni.', light, NV>r
f?Mt t ' North Can >iin i.
S;mr. Th ci.iyis N- \vt"n. general mer?
chandise. Not-folk to North Carolina.
Btmr. Col. J. C. HH1, Norfolk
t ? Not ;h Cafolii a.
iStthir. Ltnsy, general merchandise
?Norfolk to N-roh C.iroilmu
St'tnr. Juniper, light, Not'Asdk to
North Cirolina.
?tmr. w. B. Rogens, general mer
ch th'd?se, Not-folk to North Carolina.
FOREIGN PORTS.
Su: le lan 1. M larch 15.?Sailed: Cape
Comlnn, H'ainrpton Roads.
Werl Hart'lepool, March 16.?Sailed:
ConlschliitTe, Charleston.
Liv.-np ; ?!. Mtureh 17.?JHail.i.l: Ard
ri'ln :-g, Ken tk-.nd'in.i.
An'dwerp.?(Sailed: iSt. Enroh. New
pert N.I.m-.
?K.-'lv.ij rg, Mitch 11.?Arrived: C.irl
Hirschiberg, Newport Nvw-s.
Genoa, March II.?<A-: rived: Ifltok,
S.i v.i.r.inah.
Liverp iil, March 16.?Arriv:',!i: Va>
hntkiti CfTAirlestoh.
Antwerp, March 16.?Sailed: Iris, Sa
v i -i n i h.
Philadelphia, March 17.?Arrived:
Schooner James W. O'Mch, K-sily, Port
T.i mpn.
AMONG OUR COTTON MEN.
Weather w.-.se::i!ed throughout cot?
ton belt.
Hu is?ver In J/ondon deeliwd 3-16,1.
per ounce?25 7-6d.?against 29143* last
year.
Future contracts in Liverpool closed
barely steady, declining part x-.r.iy
point. Spoti marke: unchanged. Sales,
lO.ooo hales, against 8.00U bales last
year.
N< w Orleiins estimated receipts for
|o-day are 4.000 W 5,000 hales, ngiidmst
3,065 bales lust year and 6,063 bales in
1S?.Y
United Siai'cs pcirts reoslvcd yester?
day 13.435 i.jil.rJ, agak-.st 7.?21 bales last
year uid 17,402 Ui?cs In 1S0S.
Receipts at Bombay, India, for the
-ek are 54.000 bales, agaOnsti 55,000
bales last year and 37,000 hales In 1895.
New York futuro contracts declined
2 to 3 po'ir.'.s, closing <|iiiet and steady.
May, 5.97 to 5.'.is; August, 6.01. S-iles,
ri,100 bases.
Future contrnctp in New Orleans de
c;-..;-. d :! points. May. 5.50.
Southern markets unchanged.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
TITE BEST SALVE in the world for
Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum.
Fever Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup?
tions, and positively cures Piles or no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price- 25 cents per box. For sale by
Burrow, Martin &? Co.'
John W. Carroll, the ' ir.glr.iator of a
special'brand of tobacco popular some
y tu s ago, who hr.is just died a* his
home! in Lynchburg, Va? left an estate
valued at about $1,500,000.
i it \\ri.K.as oiling
Horfolk ana ocean View B. i)
In connection with'the Norfolk. Wlliouah
by Spit and Old Point n. p.. will
run trains to Old Polar.,
an follows:
schedule taking effect
cemhku jfSth. 1897.
de
Leave ( Leave
Norfolk ^| Oceavy. View I
Arrive
Old Point
7:30 a. in.
S:G5 a. ni.
10:30 u. in.
12:00 noon.
1:10 p. m.
3:00 p. in.
4:16 p. in.
6:00 p. m.
7:16 p. tn.
K:00 n. tn.
0:15 a. ni
. 11:00 a. ni.
I 12:30 p. in.
2*00 p. ni.
3:30 p. m.
4:45 p. in.
6:20 p. to.
7:15 p. in.
0:15 u. UU
II :3<l a. HI.
1 00 p. in.
2:30 p. ni.
4:iW p. m
6:16 p. in
0:50 p. in.
8:1S p. in
in.
All trains scheduled nl.ove run dallv
Trr.lns leaving Norfolk at 1:40 p. in. aid
6 p. in. make no stops between Norfolk
und Ocean View.
Faiy, for Hie lound trip from anv part
of iho city, 50c. Tickets on tale by all
street car conductors.
l. d. math ES, Supt.
o. BMMERSON smith. Receiver.
CHESAPEAKE
UK
OHIO RAILWAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MA KCl I ?;. *
FOR F A S111NGTON, CINCINNATI,
BT. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND
THE WEST.
an
^-rtiDUTP--3^
w est ward:
\ No. 1. \
Lv Portsmouth .I 7:10 III.
Lv Norfolk .j Sun a,.
Ar Newport News..) s:.*... ai.
Lv Newport News..] 9:o0 .a .
Ar Richmond .I 11:15 a|.
?12:00 ni.
a r
Itlchmond .
Washington .. ..
Rlcliracnd.
Slaiintoii .,
Clifton Forge _
Va. Hot Springs.
Cincinnati .
Louisville .
Chicago. ,
Si. 1.ouls .
I MO p|.
M5 pf
^!
?:50 |i .
r :55 n ;
:00 ii j.
>:30 pi.
1:50 |l|.
iNo. ::.
..| :t:-m p
..j 4:30 ii
..i 4:35 p
..| 6:5a p
V.\)\:?! p
T|i?:30 p
..! 6:30 a
5 1. p
S:ou p
7:15 a
7:30 a
?Dallv except Sunday. Olhcr llllic dally
No. I.?Norfolk to Cincinnati and i.on.s
Vlllc daily. Pullman Cars old Point for
Cincinnati, Louisville and Si. Louis,
Meals sciVCd on din llg ears west ol Gor
ilonsvillc. Connects at Itlelunond for
Lynch burg and Lexington, Va.
No 3.?Norfolk to Cincinnati and Louls
Vllle dalle. Pullman . ars Old Point for
Cincinnati and Louisville. Meals served
on (11IIice cars west of Gordonsyllle.
Steamer LuUISc arrives Norfolk dally
12:05 linen and 7:00 p. 111.
For further Information apply to
F. W. CURD, Passenger Agent.
C. and O. Ticket Ofllee, Grauby street.
Under Atlantic. Hotel.
JOHN 1?. POTTS.
Asst. General Passenger Agent.
Ill
The new and powerful iron palace
steamers NEWPORT NEWS, WASH?
INGTON und NORFOLK will leave
dallv as follows:
NORTH HOUND.
Steamers leave Portsmouth, foot.
of North street at .5:30 p. m.
Leave Norfolk, foul of Matthews
street at .6:10 P- "'?
Leave Old Point at .7:20 p. III.
Arrive Washington at .6:45 a. m.
"T P. 'fk'o. Il'a. U.K.
8:00 a ml 7:20 a m
.111:10 a mll0:40 a m
2:i?) p in) 1:23 p in
nt...
Lv Washington
Ar Philadelphia at
Ar New York at ..
SOUTH BOUND.
B. & O. IPa. R.R.
Lv New York at .
Lv Philadelphia nt.
Ar Washington at ?
Sirs. I\. Washington at
Ar Fortress Moiuoe at.
Ar Norfolk at .
Ar Portsmoulb at .. ..
II :.".'i a in| 1:00 p m
l :33 ii in 3:1S :> m
4:30 p ml 6:18 p ni
":0tl p m
:00 a in
:00
m
;30 a m
Tickets on sale at ?. ?. ticket office:
N. .\- C ofllee. at W. T. Walke'a and
company's ofllee oh wharf.
For further Information apply
D. J. CALLA 11 AN,
Telephone 441. Agent.
DIRECT ROUTE.
FOR BOSTON AND I'ROVlDENCE.
BOSTON, MONDAY. WEDNESDAY
AND PR I DA V at 6:00 1*. M.
FOR PROVIDENCE.
Every TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SAT
S UKDAV AT 6:00 P. M.
PARES TO DOS TON AND PROVI?
DENCE.
First-class, Including meals and
Stateroom berth .?0.00
Second-class, Including meals and
' berth.*7 ?0
Perishable freight scnl via Providence
forwarded by early train to Huston and
at the same rate as by direct steamers to
Host on. .!;.?<
For further Information apply to
R 11. WRIGHT. Agent. Norfolk, Va.
A D BTEBRINS. Ass'l Tariff M,.,r.
W P TP It N Elt. General Pass. Agent.
J. C. WHITNEY, Traffic Manager.
General Offices, Haltimore, Md.
?2:10 p mini :30 a ni
11:10 ii in 1 3:::j p m
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
BAY LI N El,
COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 17. 1897^
Lv Portsmouth, High street.!5:.V> p m
Lv Norfolk, Main street .16:30 p in
Lv. Old Point, Hysela Pier .17:30 p m
Ar. Haltimore, Union dock.7aX) a m
"' SOUTH' I to V N D I P. K. R. I H. & O. _
Lv. Ualrnnoie .| 7:15 a ml! 7:53 u m
Ar. Philadelphia .. ..PIOUS a ml 110:16 a m
Ar. New York .1*12:43 p mi!12:35 n*n
SOUT11 HOUND" I !*? It. R. I H. & O.
Lv New York .
Lv. Philadelphia .... ,
Ar. Ralllmore . I U:00 p mn 6:40 p r.i
Lv. Baltimore, Union dock.!6:30 p m
Lv. Haltimore, Canton dock .17:15 p tn
Lv. Old Point.0:15 a m
Ar. Norfolk .7:00 n m
Ar. Portsmouth .8:30 a m
!?Dally except Sunday. ??Dally.
Tickets sold to all points North, East
and West und baggage checked to desti?
nation. Staterooms reserved upon ap?
plication In person at the company's of?
fice, No. 77 West Main street, or on bourd
steamer.
Freight will net be received after 4 p.
m. to go forward that day.
For further informntlon nppty to
KEY COM I'TON.
General Agent.
J. W. BROWN. Jr..
Southern Passenger Agent.
Schedule in Effect
- !;.ffKCT51J
SCH3DTJt.Fi IN EFFECT DEC. 5, ISI'7,
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
7:40 a. m.?For Richmond, Washington,
Lynchburg and tho West.
1:35 p. m.?Vestibuled Limited for Rich?
mond and Washington. Stops
only at Suffolk, Waverly and
Petersburg.
0:00 p. mi.?For Petersburg, Lynchburg,
tho West and Southwest.
Trains arrive hi irfolk daily S:25 n. m.,
, 11 .2d a. m. und 10:40 p. ni.
Tickets mid all Information at station
and 272 Main street.
W. R. bevill.
I / General Pasuenaer Agent.
t'n H V i: i, i: it v i ,)? ??
SOUTHERN
Railway Co.
ATLANTA. NEW ORLEANS, ANOU8
TA, ASHKV1LLK, CJIATTANO?OA,
N ASM VI LI. i;, MEMPHIS, FLORIDA,
PEN AS, CALIFORNIA. AND THE EN?
TIRE SOUTH.
SCHEDULE IN
No 11.
10:00 11 in Lv
1:05 u in
4:58 a in
0:50 a in
11.25 a in
2:25 |Mn
|i 111
7:10 p in
11:33 i> in
li: 10 a in
3:56 p in
9:20 i> in
10:80 |i in
3:05 a in
7:ln a in
7:10 a in
12:25 |l in
EFFECT
!7. lSt-S.
Norfolk
Raleigh
1 Mtrhutn
Greensboro
Charlotte
Asnevlllc
U<>t Springs
K luxvlllo
Chattanooga
Nnsbvlllo
Atlanta*
M?mik nncry
Birmingham
Mobile
New < irlca us
Mem phis
Columbia
?RIB i> in Augusta
4:40 p in Savannah
0:25 i" in Jacksonville
8:10 a in Tampa
?Central Time.
Connection* at Now Orleans with South?
ern Pacific and Texas ami Pucillu Rull?
wnys for all points In Texas. Mexico anil
California.
J. II. WING Fl ELD,
Passenger Agvnt, No. 10:: Main street,
Norfolk, Va.
F KAN K S. GANNON,
Third Vlee-l'reslileiil and (ien'i Mnn'g'r.
.1. M. GULP. Tin flic Manager.
W. A. TUltK, General Passenger Agent.
FEBRUARY
N? 12.
Ar. 7:30 a in
I MO a in
12:3!) a in
10::,'l p in
S:22|i in
1:25 p in
11:40 a in
8:25 a in
4:20 a
10:10 p in
12:40 noon
0:20 a in
0:00 a in
12:20 a in
7:10 p in j
tIMiO p in
6:15 p in
2:10 p in
13:l$p in
8:15 a in
}>:i0 p in
Ae C- L.
ATLANTIC
CO AMT
(Novlol'i .V ?'nrrtllim Itnllronil.l
IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 27th, ISUS.
Stations.
lvTi7fT7?7 ~T."_. 77
Ports. June.. ..
Suffolk, Va.. ..
Tun s N. ?".
Ilubguod, N. f..
Tnrhuro, N. o...
Rocky Mount, N.
Wlllintiisloii. X. Ci
Plynioiitb, M. c. ...
Washington. N. C,
Klns'.un, N. C. .. .
Wilson, N. f. .. ~
Grililsboro, X. C, .
Wilmington, N. c. .
'??|iyellevllh> X. C.
Klurei.ee. t}. C. .
i 'ha r lest on, -s. c. .
Columbia, S. C.
Augusta, <!.i .
Atlanta, (hi.
Maeon, (la.
i No.
No. 49. )DTy
Pally. ! Sun
.| 0:00 a iitj 2T2?
.| 11:22 a 11,, 215
?:5N a 111 :t.^1
.110:50 a m| 1:28
,jl2:0$ |i 111 .' :lo
.12:31 p m UiOl
,i 1:03 p mi 6:35
103.
ex.
lay.
p 111
p 111
p 111
I p m
> p in
0:55 p in
7:40 p 111
7:20 11 in
7 p 111
:':^.'i p iu| 7:17 p ni
I :i:LM p iii| 8:00 11 111
1 6i45 p 1111 9!30 a lit
I 1:17 p ml 1:14 a m
7:35 p ml 3:15 a 111
[10:55 p 111] 6903 a in
110:30 p ml 10:55 a 111
7:55 a m[ 7:55 a in
12:35 p m 12:35 p in
|11:I6 a 111,11.10 a 111
I 1: 50 a 111] S: 1 r. a 111
1 7:^0 a 1111 1:00 p in
Ar. Savannah. On. ..
Ar Jacksonville, Flo.
No. 49 rtully connects with A.c.I,, truln
1:3 for all uoints South.
103, daily, except Sunday, mal,es close
connection at llobgood for Washington,
N. C, Kliisloti, X. C, nn.I Plymouth, x.
C, and all Eastern Carolina po nts; also
at Rocky Mount with a. c. L train 35 for
?II points South.
Trains arrive al Norfolk at .r.:.\."> p. m
dally, also ut 10:?.0 a. in., daily, uxceui
Sunday.
Xo. 4'J runs through without ehango
Not folk to Wilmington.
ltuggage checked at Company's Norfolk
wharf, and also at office of |iasseiigei
and Ticket agent 171 Main streut (oppo?
site Atlantic Hotel).
For tlckstE to all points South, sleeping
car reservations 11:,d general information
call en or address,
J. A. NEUOEBAUEn,
Passenger and T'li ki.'l agent.
JAMES P. MAUPIN,
General Forwarding Agent,
If. M. EMEKSON, Gen. Pass Agent.
G. M. SKRPKLL, Gen. Manager.
M. EMEKSON, Traflie Manager.
Old Dominion Sfeam
siiip Go.'s Lines.
FOR NEW YOKE. ? Passenger ships uro
appointed to sail from Norfolk da.ly at
:30 p. 111. dm 'hiding Sunday.)
FROM NEW YORK.-un Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri?
day :u":::0o p. in.; Saturday at 4:no p. m.
Passenger accommodntIons unsurpassed.
Fare Including meals and state?
room be I ill .SS.00
Round tup. limited 'o 30 days.tIS.OO
For tickets and reservation of siaie
rooms, apply at ticket oiiiee. Main street,
if at general ofllec at wharf.
FOR RICIimon i >. ?Sh ps h ave New?
port News every Sunday evening, arriv?
ing in Richmond the hexl murnitig.
Ships have Old Point for Norfolk Suri
dnya ahoul 10:00 a. 111.
TIME SCHEDULE OP STEAMERS
Hampton itoads. Northampton, Luriiy,
Accomnck ami Enola, (ailing dally, ex?
cept Sunday. Leave company's wharf,
Norfolk.
FOR (1 LI 1 POINT.?Ai G:30 and 11:15 a.
in. and 3:45 and 7:10 p. m.: Portsmouth,
6:45 niiil 10:05 a. ?1. and 3:03 p. m. Hay
Line wharf, Norfolk, ill 7:00 and 11:30 a.
in. and i:1" P. m. Sundays?leave Ray
line ai 10:00 a. 111. and 4:i?i p. m.
Pup HAMPTON?AI 11:16 a. in.; 3:45
and 7:io p. m.: Portsmouth, 10:05 a. 111. and
3:05 p in.; Ray Line wharf al 11:30 a. 111.
and 1:00 p. m.
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FHi'LD.? At 2:30 p. m.: Portsmouth, 2:45
p. m.; Hay Line wharf, 3:00 p. in.
FOR WARE AND EAST lUVB.nS.?At
6:30 a. m.: Portsmouth, 0:45 a. m.; Day
Line 7:00 a. in.
FOR NORTH RIVER.?Monday, Wed?
nesday and Friday at 6:30 a. in.; Ports?
mouth, ?:4:> a. hi.: Ray Line. 7:Uo n. 111.
pull SEVERN RIVER.?Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 6:30 a. 111.;
Portsmouth. 6:45 a. in.; Ray L'.ne, 7:00 a.
FOR BACK, POQl.'ORON AXD YORK
RIVER LANDINGS, touching nt old
Point having company's wharf Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 6:15 a. 111.;
Portsmouth, 0:::o a. in.; Bay Line wharf,
Norfolk. 6:45 a. 111., returning next day.
" KOR NANSEMOND RIVER AND 8UF
FOLK ? At 3:00 p. in.; Portsmouth, 3:10
p. .11., connecting nt Suffolk with S. & C.
All schedules subject to chango without
not lee.
Freight for Mnthewa, Back. Poauoson,
Severn. Ware North. York river and
Ndnscmond rivers must be prepaid.
Freight for Washington, X. C. and
landings on Tar. Pnml'co ami Piingo riv?
ers received at and delivered from X. it 3.
R. R. depot. , ,
Freight for Newborn, X. C. received at
N. K- S. It. It. depot.
Freight received dally, except Sunday,
11 nt.: 5:00 p. in.
M. R. CROWBLL, Agent.
C* LYDE'S REGULAR LINE STEAM
L> SHIPS FOR I'llILADELPHiA.
ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM NOR.
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA.
Until further orders, Steamers are tin
pointed to sail from Nnrfaik every MON?
DAY, WEDNESDAY ami SATURDAY at
S i> m, and from Philadelphia every
TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATUR
Through bills of lading to nil points
SCUttt and Southwest via Seaboard Air
Line, Atlantic Coast Lin-. Virginia and
Tennessee Air Lino, Southern 1 tail way.
Norfolk and Carolina and Norfolk iu:d
Southern Railroads.
JAMES W. MoCAR RICK,
General Southern Agent, Norfolk. Va.
WILLIAM P. CLYDE .<:? CO..
General Agents. Philadelphia.
..a
Go'jig South?I'Jastern Time Standard.
Leave Norfolk ...
Rah Igr. ...
" Charlotte .
" Ltncolnton
Arrive Lenolr ....
Ashevillo .So. Ry
Chester .S. A. I
Lenvo Chester .C. & L
L..
A. U.
A. L.,
.C. &? L .
.C. & I. .
M:4i. p.
. 2:12 n. in.
. 8:45 a. m.
.10:35 a. in.
,. 1:17 p. m.
. 3:05 p. in.
..8:10 a. m.
0:30 a. m.
Arrive YorkvUle .....C, & I? .?.11:30 a. m.
A^AJVTIU AjN'JD
rm.?,i . . DANVILLE RAILWAY.
va Ahr?u,?An <-rrecl Ootofier 2nd. 1S97.
wl.nrf footirI.^"y-I'c,U C3 Norfolk
v' , lx?' Mathewa ?trct, at 9:20 a.
l'anvn^^.'?,p;'n,C.tUat0 P?lnte' arrlvln* 08
TRAIN NO.3-Dally except Sunday?
?lftVn- ?!<0 p. m.: West Norfolk.
o'clock n.' m.' * "* a' Danvll,? ttt ?.?
TRAIN NO. 4 arrives at Norfolk at 10:11
a^U;V?flf,lr. S*eept Sunday.
n. m llitiiy.0' 2 urrlvca u' Norfolk at 6:11
TRAIN NO. Z connects at Donnlstou
Junction win Norfolk nnd Western rail
l RAINS NOS. 1 AND I connect ut Jef?
rress Junction and Danville for nil points
on the Koutlici-ii railway avstoin.
Pullman sleepers between "Onnvllle and
Aslievllle, Atlanta, Jacksonville, Memphis
and New Orleans. .
Tickets on snlo and h-igngo checked at
Walkes agency and company's wharf.
Norfolk nnd at \v. V. H. William'suBcn
cy, Portsmouth. ?*
WM. It. TAYLOR.
CPAS. O. HA INKS. Oc^^MSr"
Trails-"
Atb.i.tn. Now Orlnans, Itiguiita, Macnn.
Sil?.. V"fK"' N",,,v? Mwwphli, ri nrtZ
?Vxiis, Knlltoriita and Ihn oullrn South '
ys lam-r >i iv so, isaj.
.s.a. i.
ia h is i on v ,.
wia imis. V"*' I
iii:mii:hson .. ..'.
iui.?1(111 ....
south mi \ ri.si;s>?
? n.ihm; m\.. .
en aiii.uti i:.
41 11 J* v 1 ....p.* W C.
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'? .?,..? .S7(l,, n.
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iiiuminiiii ill. .
mos rilllM hiv.
Tim
9 It p.i
11 M p i
ii inn t
i v br.? i
7 n; ? c
4 33 a.i
II 05 p t
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4 .10 p.|
?y oo |m
W.* ii
N SO ? in
4 M |..,a
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?I '" i n. ?05i n
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a. -Aul,? r ..i??.??i, ,i.,ii,.- r, ,,,;,
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I' UK I'll ILADKLPIII A, NEW YORK
AND.ALL POINTS NORTH AND
EAST.
NORTH BOUND.
Lv. Norfolk, Kayulte street.0:00 p Rl
Lv. Old Point .7:00 p in
Ar Haltimore, Light St., foot Lee.7:iX> a m
it. '& o. i p. k. iC
Lv.
Ar.
Ar.
SOI
Lv.
Baltimore ..
Philadelphia .
New York ...
ITII BOUNIX
I S:ii2 a ni I S :03 a n?
110:15 a m|l0:l5 a m
|I2::I5 p m[ 12:43 p in
" h~ & o. \ v. iUiT.
New York .111:30 a ml 1:00 p in
Philadelphia . :;:.'''i p ml 3:13 p n?
ltnlllinuru .( 5:io p m| 6:19 p m
Baltimore, Light street.?l?i p m
i >ld I '<>iiiI .6:00 a ni
Norfolk, I-ayellc street.7:00 am
nii'l b.igt'iigo
North, Lust
ved at
utroc-t.
m
a r.
Through tickets sold
checked to nil point::
and West. Staterooms
Company's ofllee, 1C2
or on board steamers.
J. 11. WINUFVELD.
IVisncnger and Tlckei Agent, 1C3 Main
street, Atlantis Hotel.
E. T. la MR. Oenernl Agent.
General Offices, Haltimore; Mil.
CftPE
CHARLES
ROUTE
Wew York,
Philadelphia
and Norfolk
Railroad.
QUICK TIME-LOW RATES. I'
TWO TRAINS EACH WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY.
FEBRUARY 2o ts?S.
LEA VE NORFOLK.
7-.I3 a. m. dally, except Sundiiv? (Ports
ni,null. High street, 7:30 a. m.)
Arrive lit Philadelphia 5:42 p.
in.. NOW York nt 8:38 p. m.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
0-10 r. in. dally. Portsmoiilh, High street,
5:55. Arrive at Philadelphia,
5-10 a. in.: New York. 7:43 n. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
?100 a m dallv, Portsmouth. High street,
0:10, leaving New York at S:O0 p.
in., Philadelphia, 11:10 p. in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
7 50 p hi.?Dally, except Sunday (Ports?
mouth. High street,.8:00 p. in.)?
leaving New York at S:0o a. in.;
Philadelphia. 10:20 a. m.
Close connect Ion made with nil rail and
sound Ilms to and from Boston.
Pullman sleeping curs on night trains
between Jersey City. Philadelphia and
Lpullmnl|i Tluffel Parlor Cars on day trnlns
between Jersoy City nnd Cape Charles.
Through tickets sold und baggago
checked nt Walkc's Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, and on steamers.
R. P.. COOKE,
Oenernl Passenger and Freight Agent.
& souinern R. i Co.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FER. 21st, 1S9S.
MAIL and EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
folk daily (except Sunday) 10 a. m. for
Elisabeth city. Kdenton, Mackey's Ferry,
Roper Pa'ategO| Belhaven', etc. Connects
' :it Edcnton with N. & S. R. R: steamer
ua follow.-: Dully (except Sunday) for
i'lvinoiitli, Janiesvllle, Wllltnmslon nnd
Windsor TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY for all landings on Chowan
river- on Monday and FRIDAY for
Scuniicrnohg river, and ? WEDNESDAYS
for woca i'onecting at Belhaven with
steamer Virginia Dare for Makleyvllle,
South Creek, Aurora, Washington and In?
termediate landings. Connects nt Eliza?
beth City Monday and Wednesday with
steamer Ncwbenie for Roa'rtoke Island,
Oeracoke Oriental and Nc.wbornc, and
Saturday for Roanbko Island direct.
EVEN I NO EXt'RESS LEAVES NOI?
FOLK ai 4:10 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday for Elisabeth City, Edenton
mill tvav sliitions. Connects at Elizabeth
City with Hie steamer Neuse for New
bernc M?rehead City, ICInston and Golds
bom via A. .t N. C. R. It., and for Jack?
sonville, Wilmington. N. C, and for nil
stations on the W. K: N, R. R. Stops at
RoanokO Island Tuesday and Thursday.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
mail AND EXPRESS (daily except
Sunday) at 1:25 P. m., and morning tr.iln
at :i a" in. Tuesday, Thursday and Satur?
day connecting with all rail and steam
lines at Norfolk for the North, East nnd.
West. Passenger station at fool of Ense
Main street, Norfolk and Western depot.
Freight station on Water str?mt.
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH,
PAST FREIGHT LINE AND OL? DO?
MINION line between all points North
and East via Norfolk nnd Norfolk und.
Southern rnllroad and Eastern North Car?
olina. ? ? ? ' . I
Freight received dnily at li p. ni. nnd
forwarded promptly at low rate.
For further Information apply to tho
Genera! ofllee of the N. S. K. 11. Co.,
Norfolk, Va.
H. C. HUDQINS,
Gen. Freight nnd Pnsscngcr A goat* j
M. K. KINO, General Manager. -J

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