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EXTREME DULLNESS
Stocks Fluctuated Over Quite a Wide Ex
if
hre'me Yesterday.
NET CHANGES WERE NOT VERY LARGE
9 ' 1 '
) .
Tito I.atc Itrtiiy Win the 1'enluro nixl
? \ > ? .
Wmi St(fUincitiit or (bo NcrvuiiH,
Waiting Attitude of tlio Specula?
tive World^-Uouu Murltet Showed
WonUncss iu llnrly ?ciillug?
r i-i
Now York, March IS.?To-day's stock
market fluctuated over quite a wide ex?
treme first upward and then downward,
and with a later recovery above the early
high point. But it Is noticeable that the
duy's net changes, although mostly on the
side of fins, were not very large. The
extreme .llncsa was a feature. This and
the character of the rumors which affect?
ed the market Indicated the manipulation
of small professional traders, whose exis?
tence depends upon a movement of prices,
?whether tip or down. The late rally was
the feature of the day ami was Blgntll
cant'of the nervous walling attitude of
the speculative world.
Business In the Hurry was more active
than at any time during the day, but
was not on an unusually law scale, es?
pecially considering the wide movement of
prices. Neither was thcVcally well held,
the reaction touching practically all
stocks and amounting to a substantial
fraction in many cases. As for the open?
ing spurt. It was large.ly assisted by tie'
buoyancy of the . local traction stocks
based on the reported offer of the Rapid
Transit Commission lor an extension of
the elevated system.
Manhattan more than recovered Us di?
vidual on the llrst quotation on the
Strength of this and Metropolitan jumped
liVi points. The subsequent movement
downward was equally conspicuous in
these stocks and other specialties. The
heaviness and dullness wise Without tlio'
slightest Interruption after the opening
spUli up to the recovery iu the last hour.
The bond market show, d Vy.cakuess in
the early dealings and a firmer tendency
at the close. Total sales, $1.300.009. United
States new 4's ami the eld Is coupon
wer,, '-.e. lower and the old i'a registered
Me. lower bid.
CLOSING 111 U.S.
Atchlson .tl'i pref.!>t*i
Atchlson, pref. , St. l'aut. 80%
1.1 and it . IT !St. Paul, pref. ;'.143Va
Can. Pacific _StlVl;St. P and O. 70
Can. Southern 4?; 'St. P-and < >. pre l"'>
Cent. Pncillc ... 12 Isit. I'M and M .,127
c and < i . io lsi>. Pacille . i..':.
<' and A .I^> So. K'y . 7W
C, it and Q _OO-14'.So. K'y, pref.-'"'4
<" and K I .53 T and I" . !<???
C C C and St 1. Union Pacific ..
C <:?'? und St 1j U T* D and < i .... 7%
pref..-v.' Wabash . <!?*?;
1) a In II .Pit Wabash. pref. .. in
1?. I. aad W ....150 W and I. K. lT.
1? and II Ci .... 11 ?i W and I. K p ?
]) and It 1;, pie ;p. i:n. COMPANIES.
Erl?, (new) . U'?<. Ad, Kxpross ....102
E (new) 1st pre Am. Kxprcsa _1.0
Ft. Wayne ..i.PW U S.33
ti N, pref.II!) W. F. Kxpr-fg* ..lit
Hocking Val. .. B?.fc MISCELLANEOUS.
Illinois < '? ntral W ? A C t > . pa
1. K and W .... 13*4 A C O, pref.G7*5
1. 15 and W. pre 157V* Amcr. Spirits ... 7
Lake Shot t: ....is.'. IA S. pref. 17' j
1. and N . 40% Amcr.Tobacco .. ?.
M "I." .l?)l>; .a T. pref.111! "
M T.i nt1? People's Gas _ ?.' "1
Mich. Central ..m;t'.. Con. ("".as .w.i
M and Si. 1.2d (' (' C .ICS
M and St I. 1st C, K and I . 17V6
pref.mp/i'C, 1'' and I, pre 7S
Mo. Pacific .... (Sen. Electric. .. 32%
M and O . -'?; " Illinois Si, cl .... ?1.1
M K ami T'_ 1 ??<?'. I.a c. Gas . -12?.
M. K and T. pre Lead . L!> "
C. I and I.. 7 Lead picf. i"',
C, I 11 hd I., pre "I X L O . 15
N .1 C . 02 Ore. Imp. Co. .. ?
N Y (' .I"!":.' Pacific Mail .... 21
N V,C and Si I. 12 Pullman Palace i't,; .
N V C and Si L Silver Cor..v*.
1st pii i".C3 S It and T .
N Y C and St I. Sugar .11" ?
2d prel.20 Sugar, pref.l "
N and W . 12'S. 'I' C and I . ||??1
N A C . .V , U S I.
No. Pacific.21% I' S l? pref. . .. 57?4
N P. pror.Wit II S It . |o%
o and \V . IP- I" S It. pref.<.;??,
<i it and N. H \V 1' .
11 s I. t;s Northwestern . i\i:'t
Piltslturg .PN N. pr> I*.171
Reading . IllIt 0 and W. 211
Rock Island .... v:-". K n iind W pre ?I
St. I. and S F .. li% ?' and li W .'. paj
S t 1. and S F ,11 <" C . ":<? .
N'BW YORK MONEY MARKET.
New York. March IS.- Money on call
easy at 1'?_'? ? 1 -7? per cent.; last loan at
]>.. per cent. Prime mercantile pancr,
?p..-.; per cent. Sterling Exckn'ngo
steady, with actual bush:.ess in bankers'
1 o.l- at l.f.tt;!',(<i LSI for demand and I.S0%
for sixty days Posted rates, l.SlVi'Q'LSVU.
and I.si' -<i I.Commercial hills, I.S0(?7
4.s|,"i. Silver cc iitieaies. fklffi:,?,. Itar sil
\fe.r. '?'<. Mexican dollars, i... (iovernmenl
t>oi"is. v\,ak; siate bonds, dull; railroad
bonds, wi ilk.
CIIICAOO WIIKAT MARK KT.
Chicago, III.. March 18.?The app am nee
of cold weather in the Northwest to-day
brought an end to the long spell of weak?
ness in wh.at. and caused heavy buying
belli In May and July, The market Was
siroi'e throughout, May closing Hie, high?
er and July 1 vc. higher. Tin- same in
nuence ruled In the coarser grain mar?
kets, corn and oats advancing ' ,<?. each.
Provisions were very dull an.I Inclined to
weakness, though pi lee changes were
small,
'J ho leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Clos.
When! No. 2?
Marci .$1.03 $1.03 $1.03
M i v ?. i .01*6 i .i?; i.oo?i
July .si <g% m;i,? ;j 86V6
C'ci n No. 2?
May .'"'i 201,?% Cl"',
duly.""V"v* tti-'.'.i'.
Si pi.:;ir;.n il'A 3l&ty s
Oats Nu 2?
May .:?:.>:. 27? 2:.-'si|-i
?inly.23% 23%
Mess Polk, p. r barrel?
May .S'.f.". Jt'tiC'. jn.:?)
July .'?'?'?'T'.j 9.07VS 0.115
Laid, pe: J0O lbs
May .5.15 5.15 f.. 12
.Inly .- ?? 5.u'o
Bin.i t RlbJ, per K?> lbs.?
Mav .r..io f,.m
Julj- .-, - 5.1,-,
NKW YORK CL'TU MAKKKT.
New York, March is. -Flour?Moderate?
ly active and steadier, without material
Change.
Wheat?Sjol firm: No. 2 red, $1.01%.
Corn -Spot ti fin: No. 2. 3li',e.
Oats?Spot lirmer; No. 2, :Hf<i.!l'4e.
Reef?Kli iu.
Cut Meats- Steady; pickled bellies, .v-,'.'
6?c.; do., shoulders, i'.idi?c.
Ijard?Sternly: Western steamed, $5.10;
Hay. $5,17, hwnlnal. Ilelincd, steady.
Duller?Finn; Western creamery, IZ
19c;i do., factory, I2*il5c.: Klgihs, i!ic;
1 in lint km creamery IWrlfi'/t-c.: State dairy,
ll'.'./pe.; do., creamery, IW/IOc.
Cotton Seed Oil Dull and lower; small
pales of off yellow reported at L'j cei
Prime summer yellow, 22,,tc; oil' sum?
mer yellow, 22c.
Spot Coffee?Rio weak: No. 7 Invoice,
Msc.; N\.. 7 Jobbing, <;':,<-. Mild, uulcl;
Cordova. R'/jftLiVie.
Suear-Haw. quid: fair refilpng, 8?,i?!.J
centrifugal :>'". test, i I-We. ltellnod, ip'i'-t.
B.AT/riMOItlO KlvOUR MAI! K KT.
r.altlmore. Aid., March IS.?Klour?Qtdet
and unchanged.
Wheat? Flrn>?r; spot ami month, OO^iffi
00%e.; April. $l.00ifl.tj0V6; Mav, SI.OO'.S r
$l,00v.i steamer No. id, w.,,:,^-,,
goutilern wheat, by sample, lit5c.<?|$l.C0V'i;
ffti on grade !Mi:?4C.(<f$l,*X>,,i.
'?o:n?Firm: spot niid month, .;.:<;:?,',c
April SS'if.ra' .e.; May. .t:; ;:ic . sieamer
mixed, ;?:Vi.yj?.,..; Soniberu white cdrii,
33Jj'3lc,; do., yellow, r:- , i ?:.::??,<?.
Pals?Qulot; No. 2 white, 3l';i2l<ic; No.
> mixed, 32?32'/'C.
The housewife's cjutit-s are harder than men
realize. Cleauiug alone is a constant tax on her
strength, a never-ended task. More ?iau half the
work of cleaning she can have done for her, if she
will, aud the expense will be next to uothiug.
Does the better half of cleaning; does it better
thau any other way kuowu ; does it easily, quickly
aud cheaply. Largest package?greatest economy
THE N. K
Chicago. St. Louf
FA1RBAIMK COMPANY,
ifs. New York, llostou. Philadelphia.
COTTON MA UK BTS. ~
Now York, March IS.?The following arc
tli<? total tut receipts of cotton at all
ports since September l. 1M?7:
Gtilveston .1,814,705
New Orleans .2,3S7,3!!5
Mobile .:. Ml',700
Savannah .1,100,347
Charleston . 417.11s
Wilmington .v . $04 395
Norfolk .'. 615.0.:3
Baltimore . iL'.;.'.:t
New York .\ . 125,700
Boston . 103.174
Newport News .;. 10.-'03
Philadelphia . <.7.:ir>7
Brunswick . . 2(?>.iss
1'i.rt Arthur . 9,477
Perisucola. 103.1OS
Port ltoyal .y 05,072
Total.!...-..7,71S.I71
New Veil;, March is.?Cotton steady,
middling^ 0 ?.,??. Net rocelpis. COO bales;
gross 2.731 bales; exports'to Great Bri?
tain, 4,578 bales: tu Prance. ITS bales; for
wnrdid, 117 bales; sabs. 7i!0 bales; spin?
ner:;. 100 halts; stock. lTI'.t'li: bales.
Weekly: Net receipts, 3,029 bales: gross,
20.S25 bales; exports to Great Britain,
14,002 bales; to Krar.ee, Sis bales: to (be
Continent; 4.S48 bales; forwarded, C,!>4:t
bales; sabs, 1,003 bales; sp'ncr*, 90S bales.
Total to-day: Not receipts'. 19,104 bales;
exports to Great Britain 29,3-tS bales; to
Prance, 528 bales: to the Continent, I3,s;-:r>
babs: stock, 1,002,783-ixdes,
Consolidated: Net receipts, 111,075 bab s;
exports to Great Britain, IOO,4S3 bales; lo
Franc?, S.795 bales: lo the Continent, ."i.4.',7
ball's.
Total tllnce September 1st: Net receipts,
7.7i\r,7 bales; exports to Great Britain,
2.77S,tiU1 bales: to Prance, 721,131 bales; to
the Continent, 2,310,048 babs.
I."v. l ;posft March IS.?4 p. in.?Cotton,
spot fair demand, and prices unchanged:
.Mie n, an middling;, :: ll-32d. The sal?s of
tb-- day wero 12.""" bales, of which GOO
were for speculation and ereport, and in
clnded 11.7"" Atneti.nn. lb eclpts, P>.0".i
hah s, Including II.S0O American.
Futures opened (pilot, with a poor db
ma'nd, and closed steady.
NORFOLK COTTON MARKET.
Oillco of Tbc Norfolk Virginian.
Norfolk, V;i.. Mnrch is, ]V?s.
Friday?Tone: Steady. Firm.
IS'JS. 1S97.
Good middling .... .0",h 71*
Middling .5T? !Ki
Low middling .r. 7-i'*> C?5
Good ordinary .4-'-( 0 1-1H
Jtalcs. Hales.
Sales . Id 503
Receipt* . $30 179 .
siii|iii.-nts.l,i::7 l.tis
Stoek .50.195 23,'.2l
RECEIPTS TJY It.ML AND STEAMER.
Tbro. Local. Total.
Seaboard Air Line .. -- 2;i 2a
Norfolk Western 400 ? 4?"
Norfolk A- Southern 2 71 7:i
Atlantic & Danville ? 1 1
Norfolk A- Carol'iii 1 JOS 109
Southern Railway .. 9 I'd 'In
"iiiii.iMi i OIIOTATIVM*.
I'roviolniia.
Norfolk, Va., Mnrch IS, l^S.
Fsh-ihackerel. No. 2, In kegs, 501 bs.,
j'i.7.".; iK'w, small. ?i'-'."."; new, medium,
none; No. :;. in kegs, (4.75; Herring,, fam?
ily roe, ImVf barrel, $2.50: North Carolina
Cut Herring $3.25; Potomac, in barrels,
13,00.
I'rovlsl m?Market advancing and very
strong; mess pork, eld, namS; new, ?12.00;
bum-, pork, $11.?5.
Bulk Meat?Clear ribs, fat backs,
5Vic.: bellies, heavy, fe&c. for small; GJ&c.
heavy; in rk, plate, $I.S3.
Shoulders Sugar-cured. ?$Jc.
Hams?Smlthllcld, Wulfe.; S. C. Slip
Hams. 0?ic.
Itaeon-- Shoulders. iioiic.
Itr, ast- Sugar-cut ? d, vl |c.
Lard? pure lard tlcro s, "SiC; ? as lo
gradv-; eases and tubs. %c. over price of
tierces; compound( 4l4c: tierces, in cases
mid tubs. He: higher.
Choose^-Crflarii, !?" ??iiic.; Western dairy,
SUl}9c.
Meal, p !? bag of lOOIbs., sr.e.: per bag
of Wibs . 70c.
Sali Firm Liverpool Fine, $1.00; G. A.
salt. &5c.
Butter?New York Btate dairy, new, 23c;
fresh creamery, u:V.; country, 15c; WCSti
ein. b'.jL'V.
Kor .sen - Oil?Pinn, 112 degrees, 7'-o.:
CO degnacs, P'/ic; ml, 150 degrees, ftglOc.
Oi-oeprle?.
Co frei?Green steady, Rio common. 8'
!'e.: fair. ll?j llftc; good. l-'V i 1 lc: choice,
l.v. i !?;.-.; L:i|..\:a\i a. b'./lTe.; .lava. 27,,i<!?29c.
Syrups anil Molasses?Higher: syrups,
bright, 15C?23c: fair grades, Inc.; Fort
Rico 10c. 20c. and 20c., as lo grade.
New Orleans Molasses?Quiet; fair, isfi
25c.; wood. 27(f|30c: elude. , 31c
Flour?Market sta'ong and higher; West?
ern spring wheat, best patent family,
$5.05; Winter wheat, best family. $5.50;
gocd family, $4t?0; lair family, $4.i0, as to
grade,
Rice?Milled, IV"'ej-.: rough, clear of
red, 4&tf<j0c.; with red, 65c.
r SI ii I '.icf.
Market stron;: amd higher: out of town
prices are deiHtiident. on the delivery
rates to the dlffereiM points; local
siles are being made as follows: Cul |Oa.f,
$.,.00: powdered, $5.41: granulated, $5.23;
confectioners' Standard A. .?.'.!". American
off A. $4.85; Centennial br'Kbt, yellow Lt,
$|.f?i; California B, 54. is; Franklin stand?
ard extra C. $1.4$: Keystone extra C, $1.41;
American extra C, Ji.-s.
I'CnilHl JlurtiOt.
Market active: hniid-plttkcd fancy, 3?Jffi
4c.: extras Sc.; third grade, L",e.; No. l
Spanish slu ll. d. :;';.r; ,e ; No. l Virginia,
:;<?.: Nia. 2 Vlrg ni:i, 2e,
Ptiirmers' Stock Fancy, -:y.i".\: strict?
ly prime, -''-'n-^ie.: prime. IH?2c.; low . r
gnadCS, Id2c.; Spanish. 35c.
?? roil Ii?-?-.
Sotilhern Fruit?ttaminas, 7.r>c.<rT$l.2." per
hunch; lemons. $2.50<!j3.0i); cabbago, North?
ern, $1.5Q#l.7? per b trrel.
PotMdes llnyincns, $2.nVQ'2.75: yellow
potatoes, $2.iMWJ2.23; Irish potatoes, ;^t
2.60 per sack.
Onions?$2.50^)3.00 per sack.
Appbis -Fancy, $4.fi0S/fi.Oi).
poultry-' dd chickens; 204?20c,
ICggs Wholesale; dull: a<t 9e. per dozen.
Beeswax?231324c. Por pound.
I'risMli FImIi.
Croakers, per pound, 3c.; taylors, per
pottiul, He.: pan iisb. per pound, ;te.; bak?
ing fish, i - r pound, r.e.: (loucders, per
pound, v.. sheepshead, 4@7c.; blue fish,'
Sc.; speckled trout, 7c; reek. p..r uouiid,
12c; Spanish makeriil; 12c.
SHIPPING NEWS.
.VIjHKiM-VR.LK St OHK9A'PI3AKES CA
Ni.M. CO.
Ni MtTIPHOKN'i).
Stmrl Oomot', genferal nicrchcin'dls>;^
North a^coK'aa to NorCilk.
Tilli MODERN STANDARD GAUGU LINE
RUNNING BETWEEN
PC O IT* < ) 1^ I-C
?AND?
r":,Z?TH VIRGINIA BEACH,
Winter Benson February to May.
SCUEDULEllN EFFECT SATURDAY
FEBRUARY Iflth. 1M)S.
DAILY" EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Leave Norfolk?
"M"' a. m. Mixed.
5>:l? a in. Through Express.
30:>ki a. in. Through Express.
12:00 noon. Local Express,
3:00 p. m. Local Express.
6:30 p. ni. Local Express.
Leave Virginia Beach?
B:4fl a. in. Local Express.
10:30 a. m. Mixed.
2:<o p. in. l.ucai Express.
3:40 p. in. Through Express.
*5:00 p. in. Fast Express.
7:15 p. m. Local Express.
Leave Norfolk?Sundays?
?0:80 a. in. Fast Express.
1:00 p. m. Local Express.
3:oo p. m. Through Express.
G:.lo i). in. Local Express.
Ivcava Virginia Reach?
lf>:10 a. m. Local Express.
2:00 p. in. Local Express.,
?5:00 p. in. East Express.
7:1.'. p. in. Local Express.
*?Slop- only at Oceann, Lynnhavcn and
Keinpsvllle.
Efficient bus and electric car service
from and to all lines converging at Nor?
folk.
Trains slop only on signal at Intermedi?
ate stations to put off or take on passen?
gers.
R. II. PANNILL.
Gen'l Fit. and Pass. Ageiit.
It. P. HOLLAND,
General Superintendent.
BIG MONEY MADE
300 to 400 Per Cent.
IN GRAIN AND STOCKS.
JlOO.fiO Invested In Grain or Stocks by our
SAFETY METHOD, will pay ii.iWo.no In
the next ninety days, never was there
such an opportunity offered iu specula?
tion to make large proIiis in (IRA IN and
STOCKS, and with our SAFETY METH?
OD yon ara compelled to win and make
a handsome profit, as wheat will be. sell?
ing before MAY at $1.25, and slocks will j
advance.
NO RISK TO RUN.
Writ" for particulars and lake advan?
tage of it good ( hance to make motley,
our SAFETY METHOD is a sure winner.
J. E. HATCHER & CO..
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
j 4'M--|i>2 Neat Building, Baltimore, Md.
Reliable aeoits warned to represent us.
Earth s corresponding mention The Vlr
I ginlnn ja25-tu.th.aa.;.
Stmr. Chowan, towing, North Cap dina
to Norfolk.
s: >op Eight Power, light, Nrrth Car?
olina to Norfolk!
Si?:op Ely, light:1, 'North Carolina to
Norfolk.
s.tmr. Harbinger, general merchan?
dise. North Carolina? to Norfolk.
s.ihr. s itsatlon, light, North Carolina
to Norf 'lk.
Barge Itciztm, lumber, N< irtlt Caroltoci
to Norfolk.
SOUTHBOUND.
Stmr. Samuel ICccles, towing, Norfolk
to North Ca r.d in a.
Sehr. .1. II. Kllloti:', light', Norfolk to
Nt.'irth Carolina.
Sehr. Samuel Wood, light, Norfolk to
North Carolina.
Sehr. J. ll. Kirkrnjam, light, Norfolk
to North Carolina.
Stmr. Luc! I; ss. towing, Itiehni' ir.il,
to XI nh C urollna.
Barg?: R. C. Works No. 1, light, Rich?
mond to NpiUh Carolihci
Barge Virginia, light. Richmond to
North C ii'illtaa.
Stmr. Maitis: ,\ twin;,-, Norfolk to
North Carolina.
Barge E. K. .Eicksen No. 4. fertilizer
dmd coal, Norfolk to North Cap .Una.
Stmr. Com.:, gere-rad merchandise,
Norfolk i'i North Otn'ollna.
Stmr. F. ]?'.. lOslierick, towing, Phlla
delphln to North Can'illna.
Barge Magno!in, light, Philadelphia
to North C.irol'na.
Barge S:tui-.a, liglit. .Philad -Iphi!. to
North Garolli'isi
Barg--' Orion, light', Philadelphia to
Norl'lt Can Jinn.
Barge N ii.'une, light, 'Philadelphia to
N? '. lb Carolina.
l\irgo M v s. light, Phllndtlpli' ii to
North CaroKhi.'t,
PORT OF NEWPORT NEWS.
A I tin VED.
Sehr. Ma ss a sol t, Pn lyldence.
Sehr. E'.i' u i i. Boston.
Rnrgo Quinnelmug, New Haven.
Stmp. R'nppahanhock, Llv rpo*;d.
Stmp. IndraJemai, Glasgow.
SAILED.
Sehr. Florence. Castries. St. Lucbw
?Sehr. Henry s. Little, Providence.
?Sehr. C >x and Or?, n, Boston. .
Simp. CllantrttK, Nlrfolic.
Stmp. M iidot.i. Leith.
Stmp. I Mike of York, Btmen.
Ship E. .1. Spier. Barcelona.
FOREIGN POETS.
fNew York. Mancih 18.???iited: Co
tranche, Charte"*!.) -n and Jacksonville.
Llvcrp?ol. March IS.?Sail d: Rc.'.h
e: field. Hampton Roads.
Stettin, March 17.?Arrived: Ij.r.ehs.m
Ferna mlbntu,
Sti VtJbeir.it. C. V-, March 111.?Sailed
\Moonstone, Hampton Roads.
TRATI'.liBKM' Ulf IHK.
RorfoiK ? OGBan viewtT
In connection with tlio Norfolk, Wllloiish?
by Bplt and Old Point It. R.. will
run trains to Old Point
au follows:
SCHEDULE TAK1NO EFFECT DE?
CEMBER 2Sth. 1M?7.
^,on,v<J, I ~ ^??YS Arrive
Norfolk ^| Ocean View | Old l'olnt
Alt trains scheduled iiliovo run dally
Trains leaving Norfolk at 1:40 p. in. ^n<i
? P. in. make no slops between Norfolk
and Ocean View.
Fnifl for the round trip from anv pnrt
or tho city, 50e. Tickets on salo by nil
etrect car conductors.
L. D. MATH EH, S.jpt.
O. EMM10RSON SMITH. Receiver.
CHESAPEAKE
Lim
OHIO RAILWAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MARCH 0, "Hi.
leOR FASU1NOTON, CINCINNATI,
st. Loins, Chicago and
THE WEST.
^flOUTE
_WESTWARD. I No. 1. \
Lv Portsmouth .i 7:4u n|.
Lv Norfolk .I 8:00 aj.
Ar Newport News..I 8:55 ttj.
Lv Newport News.. 9:00 a|,
Ar Richmond .i 11 :!."> a;.
(No. 3.
3:00 p
:::;:'> p
4::io o
?Has p
Ii:.? p
Lv Hleliniond .1*12:00 111.I 7p
Ar Washington .. ..| ?3:10 pi.|ll:30 p
Lv Richmond. 2:15 pi.,.
r:05 |.
s:r-7 i l
? :60 p
li :?>? ii,
r.:3,> p
0:50 p
.; 0:?0 n
5:15 i>
S H 11 p
7:15 a
7:.i'i a
Ar Sta tin ton
Ar i Illfton Forgo _
Ar Vu', Hot Springs.
Ar <Miiclnnatl .
Ar Louisville .
Ar iIhlcngo.
Ar St. Louis .
?Dully except Sunday. Other time dalls
No. l.?Norfolk to Cincinnati and Louis
vlllo daily. Pullman Cars Old Point for
Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Loins.
Meal- sei veil on dining ears west of Gor
dohsvllle. Connects at "Richmond for
byuchburg and Lexington, Vu.
No. 3.?Norfolk to Cincinnati and Louis?
ville dailv. Pullman cart! Old Point for
Cincinnati and Louisville. Meals served
on dining ears west of Gorddnsvllle.
Stcn liter Louise arrives Norfolk dally
12:d.". noon and 7:00 p. lit.
For further Information apply to
F. w. CURD, Passenger Agent.
C. and O. Ticket Office, Grnuby street,
Linier Atlantic Hotel.
JOHN D. POTTS,
Asst. General Passenger Ab< "t.
The new and pow
steamers NEWPORT
INGTON and NORFOLK
daily as follows:
rful Iron pulaco
new:;. wasii
wili leave
NORTH BpUN'D.
Steamers leave Portsmouth, foot
of North street at .5:30 p. in.
Leave Norfolk, foot of Matthews
stn et at .0:10 p. m.
Lon> o i >I? 1 Point at .":?-?? p. m.
Ali. e Washington at .0:1.", a. in.
T B, St ?. I Pa. R R.
Lv Washington at.I 8:00 a ml 7:20 a in
Ar Philadelphia nt.Ii! i a h i 10:40 a in
Ar New York at .I 2.00 p ml 1:23 p in
I SOUTH BOtlND'. \ B7& P. jFu. R.R.
II :?i a hi| 1:00 p in
LtS
0:18 i> in
7:00 P in
7:"0 a m
S :00 a in
S:30 a m
Lv New York at
Lv Philadelphia nt.I 1:33 p m
Ar Washington ni ,...| 4:30 p in
Sirs. I\. Washington at
Ar Fortress Monroe at.
Ar Norfolk at .
Ar Portsmouth at ..
"Ticket's on sale at B. R O. ticket office:
N. .v C of lie,., at W. T. Walke's and
company's ofllce on wharf.
For further information apply
D. J. CALLA I IAN.
Telephone Ml. Agent.
DIRECT ROUTE.
For itosTON and providence.
HUSTON. monday, wednesday'
\ND FRIDAY hi 0:00 P. m.
FOR providence.
EvCrv tuesday, thursday and SAT
J URDAY AT 0:00 p. M.
FARES to BOSTON AND l'ltOVI
First-class, including meals and
stateroom berth..39.00
Second-class, including meals and
berth.*7.oo
perishable freight seiil via I'rovldcncn
forwarded by early train to Boston and
at the pa mo rat? as by direct steamers to
Boston.
For further iiiforiiial'oii apply to
it h wright, Agent, Norfolk, Va.
a. D STEP.P.INS. ASS'l Tariff M.gr.
w P turner, General Pass. Agent,
j. c. whitney, Trnfllo Manager.
General Ofllces, Bnlllmbrc, Md.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
?ay t-irsi e.
COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 17, 1X97.
Lv Portsmouth. liiHh streut
Lv Norfolk, Main street ..
Lv. Old Point, Hygcla Pier
Ar. Baltimore, Union dock..
.. :f ::.?) ji m
.. !6:3t p in
.. !7:30 |i in
.. 7:00 u in
SOUTH HOUND I P. it. R. | Ii. ci. O.
Lvj Baltimore ..
Ar. Philadelphia
Ar. New Vork ..
I 7:4."> a mil 7:55 a m
1*10:15 a ml!10:16 a ui
.1*12:13 p in] 112:35 n'n
SOUTH BOUND I P. r. R. i B. & O.
Lv New York ..
Lv. Philadelphia
Ar. Rail!more ...
!2:10 ti ml 111 :."0 a m
14:t0 p nil! 3:30 i> ni
17:00 p m|! 6:40 p tn
Lv. Baltimore, Union dock.!0:30 p m
Lv. Baltimore, Canton dock .!7:I5 p m
Lv. Old Point.0:15 a m
Ar. Norfolk .7:00 a ni
Ar. Portsmouth .S:30 a ni
!?Daily except Sunday. *?Dally.
Tickets sold to all points North, East
and West and baggage clucked to desti?
nation. Staterooms reserved upon ap?
plication in person at the company's of?
fice, No. 77 West Main street, or on board
steamer,
Freight will not be received after < p.
m. to go forward that day.
For further Information apply to
KEY COMPTON.
General Agent.
J. W. BROWN
Southern Passenger Agent.
^!fH?rf?i?8it:rn
trei i- ,-rr.T] c/: .1. ?? ? ~vi Scherhie in Effect
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT DEC. 5, 1S'J7,
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
7:40 ft. m.?For Richmond, Wn>V:!nston.
Lynrhbun: end the West.
\:Yj p. mV?Vestibuled Limited for Rich?
mond and Wa ihlngtoii. Stopa
only at Snffj!'., Wavorljr and
Petersbm g.
0:00 p. m.?For Petersburg, Lvnchburg,
tho West and ttouthwi A.
Trains arrive nt Norfolk daily s.25 a. in.,
11:25 a. in, und 10:40 p. m.
Tickets nnd all Information ct station
and 273 Main street.
W. r. BEVILTj,
General Passenger Agent.
Tk.irKi.KKM? untnK,
. SOUTHERN
Jaiiway' Co.
AT: '. NTA NEW ORLEANS, ?NCJU8
r.V ASHKVILLE. CHATTANOOGA,
NASHVILLE. MEMPHIS, FLORIDA.
TEXAS, CALIFORNIA: AND THE EN?
TIRE SOUTH.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FE1UIUAUY
27J 1S93.
No 11. , . No 12.
10:00 i> in Lv, Norfolk Ar. T :30 a m
I ""? u in Raleigh 1:40 a in
?R5S ii m Durham 12:39 a in
0:60 a m Greensboro 10:50 p m
8:25 n m charlotte , S:22p m
2:25 pin Ashevlllu 1:25 |> m
3:52 p: m Hot Springs 11:40
7140 p in Kitoxvllle 8:25 a m
11:35 p m ChattauooKii 4:1*0 a m
8MU a m Nashville 10:10 p in
3:55 p in Atlanta* 12:00 noon
0:20 p in Montgomery 6:20 a m
10:20 p m Birmingham 0:00 a m
398 a in Mol.lie 12:20 a m
7:W h in New Orleans 7:10 p m
7:<0 a in Memphis |l:00 p m
12:25 p in Columbia 6:16 p in
1:15 p in Auguitta 2:10 |> m
i 10 p in s ivannuli I2:lSp m
9:25 p in Jacksonville 8:16 a in
?0 ?' "i Tumi.a 8:lu p m
?< eiil i III Time.
Connections at New Orleans with South?
ern Puellic ami Texas mill PttCllld Hall?
ways for all points In Texas. Mexico anil
Callfoi lilut
.1. Ii. WINOFIELP.
Passenger Agent No. 162 Main street,
Norfolk, Va. ,
FRANK S. ClANNl IN,
Tliinl Ylee-Prcstil.ui and C.cn'i Man'g'r.
.1 iM. rr 1.1-, Trnfllc Manager.
W. A. TURK, General Puasengcr Agent.
a I I.am I?! '
CO AMT
X"X* V<s I'lKK.
(>.>i l..fi .v riirofinn Rnllrttn.il.)
IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 27 th, 189S.
: ?allen?
l.v. Norfolk .I iTi?? a mi 2:2? p in
l.v. Purls. June.I 0:22 a m| 2:45 li in
Ar. Suffolk, Va.i 0:5S a m| 11:21 p in
Ar Tun s. N. C.10:50 11 inj 4:28 p in
Ar. Hol.;:.I. N. C ..112:08 p in, 6t4U p Iii
Ar. Tail,or.i, N. C.12:31 p III ?J:? IJ p ni
Ar. Pocky Mount. N. C.| 1:03 i> ni| 0::;:. p in
A
Ar. Wllllainslon, N. C.
Ar. Plymouth, N. <;. ...
Ar. Washington, N. c,
Ar. Kllialult, N. C. .. .
Ar. Wilson, N. ?.*.I 2:25 p m| 7:17 p m
.\r. Unklsboro, Ni C, ..I 3:20 p ml 8:00 pi hi
Ar. Wllmliigton, N. C. .., 5:45 P m| U:ti0a in
Ar. Fayetlevllle, N. C...I 4:47 pm| 1 :i I u m
Ar. Plorer.cc, S. C, ..[ 7:35 p ml 8:15 a hi
Ar. Charleston. S. C. ..|10:55 p lll| 0:03 a 111
Ar. C?luilibla, S. C.10:30 |> 111110:56 a m
Augusta, Ua . 7:55 a ml 7:55 u m
Atlanta, On.12:35 p hi 12:35 p in
Ar. Maeon, On.II :l.j a iii| 11:15 a in
Ar. Savannah, C.a.I 1 :.r,o a mi S:l5a m
Ar .laeksonville, Fia; . .1 7:30a m| ltOOpm
No. i:i dally connects with 'A.C. L. train
Kl toi all oolnta SOtith.
103; dally, except Sunday, makes close
cunncctlon at llobgood for Washington,
N. C, Klnstoi?, N. i.'., and Plymouth, N.
C, and all Eastern Carolina points; also
al Rocky Mount, with A. C. 1.. train 05 for
all points South.
Trains arrive at Norfolk at 5:55 p. m.,
dally, ulso at 10:30 a. III., daily, except
Sunday.
No. id runs through without change
Norfolk to Wilmington.
Ltaggllgfl checked at Company's Norfolk
wliai I. and also al ofliee of pattgeilgei
and Ticket nxcill 171 Main street <oppu
s Li Atl.Hille 1 lotel).
For tickets to all points South, sleeping
car reservations and general information
call on or address,
.1. A. NEUG ETI AU ER,
Passenger and Tl. ki t agent.
JAMES P. MAI! I'IN,
General Forwarding Agent,
71. M. EMEHSON, Geh; Pas-. Agent
O. M. SEK PELL, Gen. Manager.
T. M. EMERSON, Traffic Malinger.
Bin Dominion sieam
snip Go/s Lines.'
FOR NEW YORK.?Passenger ships uro
appointed i" .-all Hum Norfolk dull)' al
7:::" p. m. (Including Siui'lay.i
FROM NEW YORK.?On Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri?
day nt*:;.oo p. m.: Saturday al 4:00 p, m.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Pare Including mcala and state?
room berth .8J.O0
Round trip, limited <u :;o days.sati-w)
For ti. keia an.I reservation of state?
rooms, apply ai ticket ofliee. Main street,
or al general ..flico lit wharf.
FOR RICHMOND.?Ships leave New?
port News every Sunday evening, arriv?
ing ai Richmond the next morning.
Ships leave old point for Norfolk Sun?
days about 10:00 a. m.
TI.Mi: SCHEDULE OF STEAM Fits
llnmpioii Roads. Northampton. Luray,
Accoinack and Enola. sailing daily, ex?
cept Sunday. LcaVO company's wha.l,
Norfolk.
KOK Ol.11 POINT.?At C:S0 and 11:15 a.
in. and 11:15 aiei 7:10 p. in.; Portsmouth,
0:15 and 10:05 a. m. and 8:05 p. m. Ray
I.in.- wharf, Norfolk, nf '>?'*< and 11:30 a.
m. and 4:00 p. in. Sundays?leavo Hay
line al 10:00 a. m. and 4:00 p. ni.
POR HAMPTON ai 11:15 a. m.; 3:45
mid 7:10 p. in.: Portsmouth, In:".', a. in. ami
:: p in.; Ray Lino wharf nt 11:30 a. in;
and 1:00 p. in.
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SM IT II
FIF.LD.- Ai 2:30 p. in.. Portsmouth, 2:13
p in.; May Eine wharf. 3:00 p. m.
POR WAI'.E AND EAST It 1V101 tS. ? At
.::::" a. in.: Portsmouth, 0:15 a. in.; Bay
Line 7:00 a. in.
EOU NORTH RIVER. ? :Monday. Wed?
nesday and Friday at 6:30 a. in.; Ports?
mouth, 6:46 a. in.; Bay lain. 7:00 a. m.
FOR SEVERN RIVER.-?Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at G:30 a. in.;
Portsmouth. 6:45 a. m.; P.ay LlIlC, 7:('u a.
FOR B?CK, POQUOSON AND YORK
ItiVER LANDINGS, touching at Old
Point, leaving company's wharf Monday,
Wednesday ami Friday at 6:15 u. in;;
Portsmouth, 6:30 a. in.; Ray Ein.- wharf,
NorfolK, 6:45 a. in., retiirnliifi nexl .lay.
KOR NANSEMOND RIVER AND SUF?
FOLK?Al 3:00 p. m.; Portsmouth, 3:10
p. .11.. corincctinij "t Suffolk with S. & C.
ftXil schedulca subject to chauga without
notice;
Freight f>>r Mathcws, Rack, Poquoson,
Severn. Ware Norlh, York river and
Nnnsemond rivers must bu prepaid.
Freight for Washington, N. C. and
landings on Tai. Pntnllco and l'ungo riv?
ers received at and delivered from N. it S.
It R depot.
Ft eight for Newbcrni N. <.'., received at
N. & S. lt. R depot,
Freiglit received daily, except Sunday,
i,nt.l 6:00 p. in.
M. B. QROWELL. Agent.
/CLYDE'S REGULAR EINE STEAM
SHIPS FOR PHILADELPHIA.
ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM NOR.
FOLK TO PH I LA HELP 11 I A
Until further orders, steamers are an.
paintcd to sail from Nnffoik every MON?
DAY* WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at
?: p m., and from Philadelphia every
PUESDAY. THURSDAY AND SATUR?
DAY.
Through hills of lading to ill pointi
r.ruth und Southwest via Seaboard Air
Lino, Atlantic Coast Line. Virginia and
Tennessee Air Lin.', Southern Railway,
Norfolk und Carolina and Norfolk ui:d
Southern Railroads.
JAMES W. McCARRICK,
General Southern Agent, Norfolk. Va.
WILLIAM I'. CLYDE CO..
General Agents. Philadelphia.
sler ami Lcnoif R. I,
Go'jig *3outh?Eastern Tlnvc Standard.
Leave Norfolk .S. A. L. 8:45 p. in.
Ratfclgh .S. A. L. 2:12 a. m.
" Charlctte .?. a. L. 8:45 a. m.
" J.lnc.olnton ...O. & L....10:35 a. m.
Ar-ive Lenolr .C. & L. 1:17 p. m.
" Ashevtllo .So. Ry.3:0T, p. m.
" Chester .S. A. L.8:10 a. lit.
Lcr.ve Chester .C. & L ... 0:30 a. m.
Arrive Yorkvtllo.C. & L r..U:S0 a. tu.
^I'LANTIU AND ~~ -~ J
Schorf?.? .,. VI LLE RAILWAY.
TRAIN NO 1"T?SiiPc<?bor 2ml' 1SW
o-c.oiJic' mrrlvlnt' ttt PVjY?8 it 5:5}
?i ?
p liw dally 14 urt1V^? "t Norfolk at 6:19
SffiM iSiS
Ml Hi0 Southern railway system
Aahovino' AH?!i??" S?4,w&? va,?'?0 an?
ana' New* OrtconS' J^h?onvllie. Mentphg
WM. H. TAYLOR.
CTIA8. O. HALVES; OoneVa, M^s^
I'ClmVlmioom^^
[ T..,as. ?^^?^^^???.
i.x r.rrm may an, it>?
Si ii.
.NORFOLK.
ruiirsMcicTii.
si i rm.K.
i KWIsrC* x '
MKSDKiis?N ;.".'.'.'.';.'.t*.,?*! '!
iui.kiiiii.?' ,, I I ,;>'?"'
firm iix pinks.?? i T '?! '"
?vii.mi.MI i (IV.. .. '"f"
.c.'x.a iJ iiS jgJ-g
Ml lilun
'3 43 ft.rn
Alriitl.STJ
ATIIKXS. -s V ' ".'
?rv,?v;xv"": 'V.
miiMiNuii ims- ?.
MMNTiiii.\!t:itv.; V ;J r
sohi1.1.lav
m:w mhi.i .ins...It ? ?
<:ilATT?S(iii(iA .'-.V (, ?
NASIirtl.l.K.X?C'2st ?
"''"nils.K e. y,\ it
iW*.l..
II II' ? to
I? 15 11 1
X .'ill ? ?,
Ii ?in*
Su. 403.
*J M p. a.
? ? r.w
0 21 p.m
11 Up m
ii lOp.n
1' v, ? ,a
?i ia . iu
* M ?.a
I? ns um
7 .V) i ni
?j "Op.in
1 IJ p.ra
2 Ml p.m
? >o p.n
" V) ? in
4 4.\ p.,a
?u i" p.n
? W p ni ; :t J.,,,
? III p.fn ; 7 411 ,.?,
H|w ivipm
??l?.?i Ii 4.',?.,b
??M 7 4i.u.ia
j"- - Vrrlr- Cirl.mn.ith i1*IIt. 7.T*i a m
.S?. ..? -A,,,,, ,..?,,????? ,, ,1u ? , w j| '?
u.!.'. I.'Vvmi:"' "">?"'" -r"
T?m?li..wr, '?^ ?'VV a^-. .
t'.rLm.mih. v.. ????"? IsU
p| a e, & b u ca
FOR I'll II.AO IM.IM IIA. NEW YORK
AND ALL POINTS NORTH AND
EAST.
NORTH ROUND.
Lv. Norfolk. Fuyollo street.i;:no n m
Lv. Old I'oii.t .7:W |i iji
Ar Ilaltlmoro. Light St., foot Lcc.7:00 a m
ii. '& o. 11?. iv"rT
l.y. Ilaltlmoro .I .S:ic a ml S .OH a m
Ar. Philadelphia .10:IG ii inllOMS a m
Ar. New York .[12:35 [) m|l3:l3 p in
K?jrt-ii" i toi ? x ix ' ix &p. I p: rTrT
l.v. New York .111:30 a in I 1:00 p m
Lv. Phlladcjphln . :'.:::? p ml 3:13 p m
Ar. HnUlmoro .... ...[ 5:10 p in( G:l'j p m
i.V. Ilaltlmoro. Light strut.fi?ao'p"in
Lv. i )ld Point .li:00 a id
Ar. Norfolk. R-iyette street.7:00 a in
Tlnoii;rh tlek'ts sold and haggago
checked to nil points North, East
anil West. Slntcrooma reserved at
Company's office, 1C2 Main street,
or on ho n d steamers.
J. H. WING FIELD,
Passenger and Ticket Agent, 1C3 Mala
street, Atlantis Hotel.
E. T. LAMP.. General Agent.
General Offices, Baltimore, Md.
CAPE \ New Vork<
CHARLES) Ph"anddeNP0h|f0ik
ROUTE \ Railroad.
QUICK TIM K?LOW RATES.
TW(i TRAINS KAClt WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY.
FEBRUARY -s IS9S.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
:!5 a. m. daily, except Sundav?(Ports
iiiontli, High street. 7::I0 a. in.)
Arrive at Philadelphia 5:42 p.
fn.i New York nt 8:38 |). in.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
5:10 D. hi. dally, Portsmouth, High street,
:,::.:,. Arrive at Philadelphia,
f.: 11? a. in.; New York, 7:13 a. in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
:i:'K> a. in. daily. Portsmouth: High street,
0:10, leaving New York at i>:o0 p.
m.; Philadelphia 11:10 p. in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
7 .",0 p m.?Dally, except Sunday (Ports?
mouth. High street, i>- m.)?
leaving New York at ^oo a. m.;
I'htlndelphla, 10:20 a. m.
Close connection made with all rail and
sound lines to and from Boston;
Pullman sleeping ears on night trains
between Jersey City, Philadelphia and
t lape < 'hail is.
Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars on day trains
between Jersey ?"iiy and Cape Charles.
Through tickets sold and baggago
checked al Walke's Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, and on steamers.
R. P.. COOICE,
General Passenger mid Freight Agent.
i SontKem B,. I Co.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. 2lst, 1S93.
MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK- dully (except Sunday) 10 a. ni. for
Elisabeth City, Edenton; Maokey'S Ferry,
Roller Pan logo, l'.< Ihaveii. etc. Connects
at Eduilton with N, & S. R. R. steamer
as follow. : Daily (except Sunday) for
Plymouth, JnmesVllle, Wllllainston and
Windsor. TUESDAY, THURSDAY mid
I SATURDAY for all landings Oil t.'howau
rlVCl" on MONDAY and FRIDAY for
Seuppornoiig river, and WEDNESDAYS
for \voea Coliecilng at llclhaven with
steamer Virginia Dare for MnkloyvlUe,
South Creek, Aurora, Washington and lii
I. rmcdiate landings. Coillli ets lit Ellza
lietJs City Monday and Wednesday with
steamer Newbernfl for Roanoke Island,
Ocracoko Oriental and Newbertie, and
Saturday foi Roanoko island direct.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK at 1:10 p. in. Tuesday. Thursday
and Saturday for Elizabeth City, Edenton
and wav stations. Connects at Elisabeth
City with the steamer Neuso lor Nuw
herne, Mortdicnd city. Kinsto,, and Golds
l?0rc via A. A- N. (.'. It. R.{ and for Jack?
sonville Wilmington. N. and for all
stations on the W. & N. R. R. Stops at
Roanoke Island Tuesday and Thursday.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EN PRICSS (da ly except
gin jay) ..t R2r> p. m.j and morning train
ill 11 a. ill. Tuesday, Thursday and Satur?
day i ;:).? ? ling with all rail and steam
lie. ' it Norfolk for the North, East and
Wi -i. Passenger station at foot of East
Mmi street, Norfolk and Western depot.
Freight station on Water street.
EASTERN CAROLINA DISPATCH,
FAST FREIGHT LINE AND OLD' DO?
MINION LINE between all points North
and East via Norfolk and Norfolk and
Southern rallroud and Eastern North Car?
olina.
Frei;.lit received dally nt 5 p. m. and
forwarded promptly at low rate.
For further Information apply to tho
General Offloo of the N, A; S. It. It. Co.,
Norfolk Va.
H. C. HUDOINS, !
Gen. Freight and Passenger Agouti
M. K. K HNO, General Manager, .j .

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