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f Bf S BUDGET
Gratifying Showing Made by
thei Slate Banks.
A LARGEj GAIN IN 71 DAYS
jEf ceSpti,i>ojn! l.ninl Grnutii-Niorcii on
"Hand n? tho rcnttfiUlBrj-1
ftrtl?Tor?*! Home-After JUooiiruIii
e?S nnfl t oun?> rief?er?? Jc>w ( oi?
ton !U (tniilno Kir I ii;t <'>??>> {><<>'y *t"'?"
teredi?F<jrttli?/ r Tax Tugs.
, -
RtiJ?lgli, Iff, C? Doc. 31.?The state?
ment of. btuiks issu.nl by State Treas?
ure* Worth/ is a remarkable one- It
makes the gratifying showing that in
71 days thefe. has been an increase of
nearly halt a million dollars In the
byi?kin? resources. There are In all 44
State banks, 22' private banks, and 6
savings .banks, a total of 72. The total
resources of the banks are $11,021,295.
'Che report of the Secretary of State
Shows that COO land grants have been
issued during the last ten years, and
that the receipts In that office, dur?
ing that time, have been $1SS,000.
THK PENITENTIARY.
Captain w. H.-Day, who has accept?
ed the superintendeney of the peniten?
tiary, .and appointed Mr. J. R. TiUery,
of Halifax, manager of the farms,
-will enter upon hi3 duties Monday. The
report Of \ the retiring superintendent
shows the following stores on hand:
Cotton; 1,931 bales, estimated at $21
ft bale, *4t\Er>l. This will be devoted to
paying the $2(1.000 borrowed from the
State. Treasurer.
Corn, 5,000 uurrels, at $2 a bnrrel,
$10;?W). The corn crop will be 15,000 bar?
rels, but lO.OOu barrels will be consum?
ed and 5,000 sold.
Wheat in mills at Weldon. 5.391 bush?
els*, at 75 cents a bushel, $4,045.
Peanuts, 7,800 bushels, at 05 cents a
bushel, ?i,290.
Itico, 510,000 worth.
Making a total of $GS,886. of which
526,000 is to be. covered back into the
State Treasury for borrowed money.
THE SOLDI FUS' HOME.
Superintendent William C. Stronach,
of the Soldiers' Home. Is preparing his
biennial; report. He will urge the Leg?
islature to inert use the nnnual appro?
priation from.$S.500 to $20.000, the lat?
ter being on a basis of 200 inmates.
The average number on the roll is 100
and in ,tho home 05. But there are more
then 100 applications for ndmisslon,
which cannot now be compiled with.
In fart, the $S,n00 does not maintain
the home, at present. There was a de?
ficiency during the past fiscal year, and
an appeal for private aid had to be
jmide. -
MOONSHINERS AND COUNTER?
FEITERS.
The United States Secret Service men
Siavo for a fortnight been working up
a. casp against counterfeiters, and also
against ynoonshin< 3 near Argo, JS*sh
fiounl'^-yo'-tM'V 'tHey^^fTil^^^^T^r-.tTA
nnd Wiy^am Plummer, ami Ben King,
nil members of tiie same family, hero
and jailed them. A lot of counterfeit
?silver was found on them. T/ielr houses
were .searched, and In th/t of Bill
King a whiskey si ill whs^jfound.
Last night, wliAv a deputy marshal
was carrying a. Hederal prisoner, a
moonshiner, to jnftnt Maxton, to serve
ft year's; term, Ac convict jumped
through a car vBndow. although he
was handcuffed. ?;he train was mov?
ing at thirty mlB^s an hour. It wns
quickly stopped, end ir? two or three
hours the negro, John . McLean was
caught.
lil.lZ.ini'.TII CITY.
(Special' to Vlrginlan-Pllot.)
Elizabeth City, n. C, Dec. 31.?Mr.
James' Green, of Baltimore, Md., Is In
the city under the treatment of Dr.
Lumsden.
Mrs. W. L. Burton left to-day to visit
friends In CanVdcn. N. O.
Tho Christmas tree at the Baptist
Churoh was enjoyed lnst night by at
least 1,000 people. The numerous
speeches made and singing by the
many little girls and boys wem fault?
less, and too much praise cannot be
?bestowed upon?the lender of that
chuivh.
? There was a very enjoyable dance'
given by Mr. J. T. .Terrlll's, on Cam
den, street, last nicht.
Mrs. Paulino Turner returned to her
home. In wniiamston, ;n. C, to-dny.
Mr. J. Normal ?Whltehurst left to?
day for, Bellhaven and Washington,
N. C, on business.
The schooner lOnnls Reynolds arrived
hero yesterday loaded with oysters for
Messrs. A- T. Davis & Co.
/ EIIKIVOO*.
(Special to VIrglnian-PIlot.)
'Edenton, N. C Dec. 31?Baker, the
photographer, aftfr an absence of seve
?fal tii?rttlin, has returned to Edonton
.. and will'ifltJC'Ti^a photograph gallery In
"the riMkrVgfctttuiv> ~yv
.Hr. and Sirs, cii'ijlle Bush, of Wash
? ir.^yJl ?lty, ate hefte on a visit to Mr.
,' A. T. Bush, on Queen Hlreet.
Rev. C. J. T. Anderson, of Hertford.
Is" in. our little city tills morning and
Messrs.'-' George K. Mnjor and G. H.
Kewby, of the name place, were here
yesterday-'
Misses Sp'cnce n;;d Wood, or Eliza?
beth Cltv\ are here on a visit to Miss
Pteulah Roper at her home, on Granville
street.
The holiday germ an given by the
young gehf?sthen of our town lust even
^ Ing was dftjld^lly the pleasantest affair
of tho season.
?v_ ctRi:i:.%M-.<.ito,
HON. D. H C-ALDWELT, PAYS NA?
TURE'S DEBT.
Oreonsboro, N. C, Dec. 31.?-Hon. D.
H. CaldweSl, died Friday nisht at S
o'clock after an. illnc-y.s of over a year.
He was-'stricken with paralysis seve?
ral months ago,' and had a eccoud
stroke a few days ago.
Mr. Calci->vc-n wa - one of the best
known men in Jfjorth Carolina In . his
earlier mahh'ood.'iand while somewhat
eccentric, he wa.4 always conscientious
nnri generally right in hla stand on
public questions. was a founder
and tho heaviest.' ?iuckUOider in tha
Ennk of Guiltojrd.
He was never married, and his near?
est relatives are two nieces and a ne?
phew. He leaves a largo estate; how
large irf ? ?t ktiwrti but It In thought
he was One of tho wealthiest men In
Greensboro.
Mr. Ca&fwol) W?us eJf.ctod to the Houfe
fot Ilepresentutlva* . Ot this State for
r.ve successive yo.M's,- and was elected
vo (NwKnv-.Jmt wo* counted out by
Canby In South Cafolfna.
Hfc was ft. deleg? to ^o the convention
Ibiit ujoirurikted CtomeXey a>ul Brawn for
tho Presidency and Vice-Presidency of
the United SUtee In 1872, and In 1878
was elected to the State Senate.
He was one of the prime movers In
the movement that established the
Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley rail?
road.
SUDDEN DEATH ON A TRAIN.
Charlotte, N. C, Dec. 31.?-Judge F.
Carroll Brewster, a noted Philadelphia
lawyer, died suddenly on the Southern
RaBway train, near this city, yester?
day, of paralyslB of the heart He was
on his way to Florida to spend the
winter, and was accompanied by J.
Hazel ton Mirkll. He was seventy-two
years old, and was at one time Attor?
ney-General of Pennsylvania, and be?
fore that Judge of the State Courts.
The Wrfdon Cotton Manufacturing
Company was yesterday Incorporated
by the Secretary of State, with a capi?
tal stock of $25,000. The Incorporators
are W. T. Kliaw. W. A. Pierce. W. E.
Daniel, A. M. Bowling, M. A. Smith, W.
It. Smith, J. T. Gooch and 10. Clark.
Some cQothing supposed to have been
worn by Luoinda Allen, the niglit slie
is alleged to have been killed by her
husband, Alex Allen, has been found
In the .house. It may prove an Im?
portant chain in the evidence against
Allen.
The fertilizer tax tags?a. million of
(hem?for lSyu came to tho Agricultural'
Department to-day. John H. Smith,
the head of that department, said:
"We expect to get $50,000 out of that
lot of tags."
Thonvus Lucas-, a negro, aged twenty
five, was killed last night while walk?
ing along a path toward his home.
The assassin is unknown.
The Baptists in the State have offi?
cially declared a renewal of their fight
against an appropriation by the State
to university or to the Normal and In?
dustrial College for Girls, In fact, for
any form of higher education.
V* IM, RliOKU.tMZl-: UOAD.
THE CAPE FEAR AND YADKIN
VALLEY RAILROAD.
[Baltimore Sun.]
The Cnne Fear and Yadkin Valley
railroad will be reorganized as soon as
the Atlantic Coast Line can obtain
possession of the property. The road
was sold at auction under foreclosure
proceedings at Fayettevllle, N. C,
Thursday, and was purchased by the
Atlantic Coast Line for $3.100.000.
Mr. Harry Walters, president of the
Atlantic CoaBt Line, returned to Bal?
timore yesterday and is busy with
plans for the completion of the pur?
chase and the reorganization of the
property. Judge Slmonton, of the
United States Circuit Court, under
whose jurisdiction the road has been
In the receivership stages. Is quite sick
In. Philadelphia and Is unable to give
his nttentlou to business- It is hoped
that he will designate some one to
act for him in conveying the property,
so that the new purchasers may take
possession as early as possible.
The new company to succeed tho
Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley will be
known as the Atlantic and Yadkin. Its
management will be merged with that
of the Atlantic Coast Line system.
President Walters, of tho hitter com?
pany, Is well pleased with the purchase.
"Before the sale I made a thorough
examination of the Cape Fear anil Yad
klhV' ho said, "and nip convinced that
it will bo a valuable adjunct to our
system. I found that under our man?
agement we will be able to save $50,000
a year in operating expenses. For that
reason we were able to pay what we
did for the road.
"Our financial plans have not been
fully developed. We will Issue bonds
to the extent of the present issue, and,
perhaps, a little more bearing a, lower
rate of Interest. They will be flrst
class securities in every way. These
may bo disposed of to the old bond?
holders, although It Is probable that a
syndicate will be formed to handle the
Issue.
"We will discontinue tho Cape Fear
and Yndkin's present terminals, at
Wilmington, N. C, and will turn the
tracks of that road Into the Atlantic
Coast Line terminals there. This In
itself will effect n considerable economy,
ns tho Cape Fear and Yadkin terminals
are not now conveniently located, and
retiujre the: maintenance of a water
ferry. Instead of having two sets of
otllces at Fayettevllle. as now, we will
have only one set. and wo will close
the Cape Fear and Yadkin shops and
use our shops. We will be able to in?
troduce a number of other economics of
a like nature and operate iho road to
the best advantage at the least possi?
ble cost. We will assume control of
the property as soon as it is turned
over to us by the court."
The total amount of the first mort?
gage bonds of tho Cape Fear and Yad?
kin Valley railroad Is $3,054,000- There
is alno a consolidated mortgage for
$1,8(58.700, covering Income bonds. The
capital stock was $1,972,900.
STATU JiKWN NOT Kit,
Mrs. Sarah J. Campbell, wife of Mr.
J. F. Campbell, died at her home, In
Charlotte, Thursday morning.
Two boys of Qreensboro were out
with a flobcrt rlllc practicing shooting
at a rhark. One of the boys, whose
name was Wrightsell had gone to the
board to inspect the last, when the
other boy, not thinking he was still
near the spot, fired- Just ns he did so
Wrlghtsolls head appeared nround tho
tree upon which the board was fas?
tened and the ball pierced his forehead
between the eyes, nnd he died in a shoi t
time.
J. W. Albertson, of Elizabeth City,
was appointed special referee In bank?
ruptcy for?the bank of Gulrkiii & Co.,
of Elizabeth City. Sonn- of (he credi?
tors made.objection because ho v..is .(
debtor of the bank. Judge Purni il de?
cided that, .?Albertson is .? 1 i?.;.i.i,?. h
holds that the fact that a referee owes
a bankrupt Js not a dis nullification as
referee under the statute.
In Lincoln county Friday Ml?? Carrie
Plong, aged 20, committed suicide by
drowning. She was to have been mar?
ried Friday night to a young man
named douse. They Quarreled at n
party Tuesday niglit. S-he threw her?
self into water only three feel In depth.
Oscar Gruhh. a young man of David
sop county. While playing on n Mat car
at Spencer Tuesday ovenlng was
thrown off and killed Instantly, break?
ing his leg and cutting a large hole in
his stomach.
Tho Chatham Record of this week
says: "Two weeks ago the Record an?
nounced that Mr. und Mrs. H. P.
Siraughun had Just celebrated the 65th
anniversary of their marriage. One
week ago we announced the death of
Mrs- Straughan and now we regret to
announce the death of Mr. Straughan,
who died last Tuesday."
The tank of the gas generator at R.
C. Basemore's store exploded Thursday
night. It destroyed the-^machlnery and
tho machine-house, and seriously in?
jured It. C. Basemore, the proprietor;
W. G. Mlzell, his clerk, and Nathan
Clark (colored).
The people of tho lower or eastern
end of Hlchmond county will apply to
the next Legislature for the formation
of Scotland county, with the county
seat at Laurinburg.
Mr. Walter J .Shields, of Vermont,
and Miss Sallie Belle% Atkins, of Frert
ericksburg, were married at the resi?
dence of Rev. Dr. T. S. Dunaway
Thursday niglit.
The residence of Mrs. Amanda Raw
lett, in King George, was destroyed by
fire Monday night. Tho origin of it is
unknown. Mrs. Rawlcl't's son-in-law,
Mr. George Atkins, and family, a few
weeks ago had their home destroyed
by lire, and since that time they had
been living with Mrs. Rawlett.
Mr. Vivian Loo and Miss Alice In
scoe, both of King George, were mar?
ried alt Montague chapel, in tha.t coun?
ty, last night.
Mr. Forrest Kidd. of Warren county,
at Shenandoah Junction, one day re?
cently was standing with his hands
behind him and with a large cannon
cracker in one hand when some one
.lighted the cracker, which exploded
and blew his hand off.
Mr. Leslie Russell, son of Mr. Jesse
Russell, of this county, met with a se?
rious accident on Monday last. In
company with his brother he was out
hunting when in getting over a fence
the hammer of the gun caught on the
fence and the whole contents were dis?
charged Into his foot, which. It is fear?
ed, will be lost.
THE DEATH OF THE OLD TEAR.
(Written for the Virginian-Pilot.)
Let us sit In the warm firelight
And watch as tho hours glide by,
For tho old year is dying to-night,
And she heaves a long, parting sigh.
In her bosom lies buried the past.
With Its Joys. Us sorrows and cares.
The storms too turbulent to last,
i Will? its showers and sunshine she
bears.
If sorrow has darkened thy way;
And thorns strewed the path thou didst
tread.
The new year Is beginning to-day,
And Hope spreads her wings over?
head.
If by weakness, by folly and sin,
Thou hast met with misfortune and
grief,
Tt Is never too late to begin.
Take courage and turn a new leaf.
Lot your cares with the old year de?
part.
Let them follow along In her track,
Let sunshine re-enter your heart,
Look ahead, but never Took back.
Thank God for the gifts He has given,
Forget not how kindly he'll deal.
When on life's stormy sea you are
driven,
How often his love you will feel.
i
Let that which should be and Is not,
1> henceforth your motive to live.
Let errors and wrongs bo forgot.
And learn to forget and forgive;
Let us cherish the friends whom we
greet,
And remember the absent so dear,
And be kind to all that we moot,
Throughout this coming New Year.
?HELENA A. PFEIL.
CHRISTIAN FOR A DAY.
[From the New York Journal.]
If men could be every day what they
and custom permit themselves to be on
Christmas! what a different, and de?
lightful world this would be!
We are Christians on Christmas.
Altruism and not egoism Is for the
moment the animating principle of con?
duct. We live up to the spirit of the
precepts of Jesus of Nazareth, who was
neither a business man nor a political
economist. Helpfulness, kindliness, gen?
erosity push aside scheming, greed and
exclusive devotion to the material wel?
fare if Number One.
Th^ average man would rather be un?
selfish than SClllsh. The reason he is
not that, is because ho doesn't dare to
be. SOCIETY HAS so ORGANIZED
ITSELF THAT ONE WHO DOES NOT
LOOK OUT FOR HIMSELF FIRST OF
ALL WILL BE TRAMPLED UNDER
FOOT BY THE MIGHTY MOB OF
HIS COMPETITORS, EVERY CAPA?
BLE MEMBER OF WHICH llosr
STRUGGLES FIERCELY FOB PRE?
CEDENCE. There is none of the
Christmas spirit In Wall Street, none
In the world of commerce, none in the
world of manufacture, none in the
woi 10 of labor, none in the world of
politics. It is every one for himself
and the devil of poverty take the hin
dermost, In order to be every day
whai you nre on Christmas It would be
? -sn-y for you to close your eyes of
the actual world in which you must
exist and fight, turn your bnck on com?
mon reuse and submit yourself as a
lamb to the shearers. You allow your?
self to be a Christian once a year ns a
tr..u to your soul, ns a sort of line
Spree, during which the maxims of pru?
dent o and thrift are shelved. After?
wards, you will resume business at the
old land in the old way, STRIVING TO
1.TUFKS LEST THEY QET IN
FIItST AND DO YOU.
Give a little leisure on this one human
day to the Indulgence; of the pleasant
dream In the time to come men will
gi i lually grow In INTELLIGENCE
AND CIVILIZATION until they arrive
at a social state in which It will NOT
be ruinous to tho Individual to he a
Christian?a state of civilization in
which the teachings of Jesus will not
.-?mi the visionary desires of an ami?
able but utterly unpractical sentiment?
alist;
Christmas?this moral carnival dur?
ing Which we let our wise hearts take
Ihe lilac? of our foolish heads 'lilts a
? if the curtain upon the wonder
I..nd ? ;' the possible and opens to us a
view of a glorified world wherein
brothi rflness Instead of grab is the law.
SVe ? in inhabit It for a day and be
happy, It may bo that the ra e will
ultimately attain to such a state of Wls
d< in (is to create a world of this sane
kin I for its permanent occupation;
Meantime the world must bo taken
ns it is. with all Its mindless strife and
cruel, short-sighted selfishness. Let us
make the most of the brief vacation
which we give ourselves once a year
from the Steady toll of skinning one
another and saving our own hides from
the knife.
THE PAPER MONOPOLY.
Philadelphia Times.
The paper trust was Organized some
six months ago, capitalized at $55,000,
000, Into which wan ganheired all the
leading paper manufacturers of the
?country; Like ail other great manu?
facturing interests, many of these mills
were out of date in machinery, badly
located to meet the ne\? conditions of
the trade, and necessarily profitless to
their owners. These, along with the
first-class paper mills, were taken into
tlie Trust at enormous prices, and as
soon na the Trust was completed, it
proceeded to levy a tax of several mil?
lions a year upon the newspapers of
the country*
Unfortunately, the monopoly protec?
tive Ideas which ruled in both the Mc?
Kinley and tho Dlngley tariffs levied a
prohibitory duty on printing paper and
what is practically a prohibitory duty
on pulp. This enabled the paper Trust
to organize its system of robbery upon
the newspaper, magazine and book
publishers of the country, and it pro?
ceeded to do it promptly and merciless?
ly. As In mo3t such cases, the greed
of the Trust overdid its work; and the
excessive tax levied upon the newspa?
pers and publishers has boon somewhat
reduced, but It Is within the power of
the monopoly, as long as it is protect?
ed by a prohibitory tariff on paper and
pulp, to increase the cost of printing
paper to an amount that would ex?
haust all the profits of many of the
well established public journals. ?
There Is one very simple and honest
way to deal with the paper Trust, and
that Is to repeal the tariff on paper and
pulp. They are Industries which need
no protection, as paper can be made as
cheaply here ns In any part of the
world, and any tariff duties levied
upon paper or pulp are simply an in?
vitation to monopoly to levy excessive
trihuto upon all consumers of paper.
Let Congress put paper and pulp on
the free list, and give our paper man?
ufacturers an open Held for the sur
.1 of the littest.
I had an attack of Eczema, and ordered a
box of oxiilo of sine ointment. Tho first
application changed tho Eczoina to bell-Hro,
which Ecouied unquenchable. Tho druggist
had used a rancid cerato ami I was poltoucil.
A local physician did not help matters, and
everything cither failed to help, or incite it
worse, 1 was becoming desperate, when I
thought of OrTioujiA ItSMBDIES, and dis?
patched my servant foracako of Cuticuiia.
Skal- and a box of COTICURA (ointment).
Tho firnt application relieved me and iu thrte
tlnus 1 vns irr//.
l'ULASK] P. HYATT, United State* rontul.
Dec. U, 1891. Santiago do Cuba.
13. L. MATER. Wit M. WHALE!
MAYER & CO.
Manufacturers' Agents. Importers and
Dealers In
MACHINERY
nr.d supplies, Tools, Shafting and Pulleys,
Engines nml Boilers, I'umps, Injectors,
Syphoncs Hose, Iron Pipo nml Fittings
Valves, Cocks. &c., .Saws, Rafting Gear'
Holts. Nuts. Washers, H?lting, Hacking'
Waste. Jron, Steel, Nails. Oils, Cordage.
We guarantee tho quality of our goods
nnd aiso prompt delivery, and with In?
creased facilities We are prepared to meet
all competitors. Inquiries and orders so?
licited.
SS COMMERCIAL PLACE.
NORFOLK.VIRGINIA
jul?-eo?-iy
Henry Walke
saw mill;
And Railroad Supplies,
HARDWARE AND SHIP CHANDLERY
"Giant" and "Giant Planer," Leather
Belting. "Giant." '?Granite," and "Shaw.
:..n KnOber H?lting.
Agent for Knowles' Etea.-n Pumping
Machine. -octi-tf
Norfolk Iron Works,
0E0. W. DUVAL & CO.,
NO. 15 WATER STREET, NORFOLK.
ENGINES, HOU.ER3. SAWMILL ana
nil kinds of machinery of the most Im?
proved patterns. Also repairing at the
Shortest notice. Particular attention to
steamboat work. DUVAL* 8 PATENT
hoi I.Kit TUBE FERRULES are (hi
only perfect remedy for leaky boiler tubes
They can bo Inserted in a few minutes by
any eng nicer, and are warrantcj to stoi
leaks.
f><8>0^^<6>^00<*>0<>*0-0
I REEVES WOOD POLLEYS t
? ?WILL NOT? I
? 3LIP ON THE SHAFT. I
? THE PORTER-MEAL C0,t
?f>-&? ?*? <o- <*> G> O &<l> &
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Tho new .ma powerful iron palaco
steamers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK wilt leave
daily as follows:
NORTH ROUND.
Strnmrr.? leave Portsmouth, foot
of Nor: l street.:. 6:00 pm
Leave Norfolk, foot of Water
street.6MB p m
Leave Old Point Comfort.6M5 p m
Arrive Washington.7:00 a m
rpriTo. [Va. r.rT
I.v. Washington .laX:00 a m|b7:50 a m
Ar. Philadelphia .|11:0P a m|10:5S a m
Ar. New York at. liMpra 1:13 pm
SOUTH BOUND. | B. & O. |Pa. R.R.
I.v Now York .Idl :00 p mldl :00 p m
Lv Philadelphia .\ $:<(1 p ml 3:13 p m
Ar. Washington .| 6:00 p ml fi:is p m
L,v Washington .|ofi:."Q p mics:30 p m
\r. Old Point Comfort.I 7:00 a ml 7:00 a m
Ar. Norfolk.. .I 8:00 a m 8:00 a m
Ar. Portsmouth .I 8:30 a m| 8:30 a m
a Hun? ono hour Jater Sundays,
b Buns ten m.nines later Sundays,
c Datlv.
d Iiaily, except Sundays.
""Ticket* on sale at B. & O. ticket office;
N. & C. office, at W. T. Walke'a and
company's oftico on wharf.
tor further Information apply
D. J. CALLAHAN.
'i-clophone ?L Ageat.
H?rf?lk aal ocean View
- ? ' ? " ? !i
SHORT LINE BETWEEN NORFOLK
AND OLD POINT COMFORT; I
Via Norfolk and Ocean View Ky. Co.
FIFTY MINUTES.
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?:20;
8:20
9:50l
11:20
P.M
12:00
2:20
3:45|
5:20
G:50
8:20
9:50!
Local dally.
Local daily.
Local dally.
Local dally.
Local dally.
Express ....
Local dally.
Locai dally.
Local dally.
Local dally.
Lv.
Old
P't
|A.M
9:05
10:35
P.M
12:05
1:35
3:00
4:35
C:0i
7:3i
9:05
Lv. lAr.
W INor.
J^'rjfolk
A.MIA.M
8:00 8:23
9:30 9:55
11:00 11:25
P.M P.M
12:30
2:00
3:2
5:001
6:30
8:00
9:30
12:55
2:2;
I'M
5:2i
?;: r.i
S:J
9:3
! Connects with 4 p. m. C. & O. train at
Old Point.
Baggago cheeked to any point on Sea?
board Air Lino and to all Hallroud sta?
tions and Steamboat Lines In Norfolk aal
Old Point.
Local freight leaves Norf oik* da'.ly.
Straight faro to Old Point Comfort ?
cents. Faro for Round Trip to Old Point
Comfort from any port of Norfolk, 60
cents. Hound Trip Tickets on salo by a.l
Stieet Car Conductors.
D. A. lIEGARTY,
General Superintendent.
THE MODERN STANDARD GAUGE LINE
RUNNING BETWEEN
?AND?
VIRGINIA BEACH.
?and?
CURRITUCK DIVISION,
In connection with
PETTITS NORTH CAROLINA LINE.
(Including Dennett's North Carolina Line.)
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY,
DECEMBER 12, 1S9S.
LEAVE NORFOLK. VA
I Dally except Sunday.?7:00 a. m.. mixed;
10:30 a. m.; local express; 4:00 p. m., local
express.
Sunday.?10:00 a- m.. local express; 3:04
P. m., local express.
LEAVE VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.
Dally except Sunday.?8:S0 a. m., local
express. 12:30 p. m., mixed; 4:50 p. m. lo
I cal express.
Sunday?12:00 noon, local express; 5:00 p.
n.. local express.
CUIUUTUCK DIVISION.
Connects at Munden Point, Va., for
steamers for Currliuck and Albemarle
bounds and tributary rivers.
LEAVE NORFOLK. VA
Dally, except Sunday?9:45 a. m., mixed.
6:00 p. m., mixed.
LEAVE MUNDEN POINT, VA
Dally except Sunday.?7:30 a. m.. mixed;
2:00 p. in., mixed.
R. H. PANNILL.
Gen'l Frt. ami Pass. Agent.
W. T. McCULLOCH,
General Manager.
SOUTHERN
RY.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINTS
SOUTH,
SOUTHEAST,
and SOUTHWEST.
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 11 1S9S.
Lv. Norfolk .
Ar. Rahilgh .
Ar. burhum .
Ar. Greenuboro ..
Ar. Salisbury ....
Ar. Ashcvllla ....
Ar. Hot Springs .
Ar. Knoxvilto ....
Ar. Chattanooga
Ar. Nashville ....
Ar~Charlotte-....
Ar. Atlanta ....
Ar. Montgomery
Ar. Mobile .
Ar. New Orleans
9:00 a ml D:SS p ir.
3:50 p m] 4:05 a id
4:43 p Uli 4:56 a m
6:35 p ml 6:45 a is
7:50 p mj 9:05 a lr.
12:10 a m
i:2a a m|
4:25 a ni
7:40 a m
6:55 i> m
9:35 p ni
6:10 a in
10:51 a ni
3:45 p m
8:10 p m
2:25 p re
3:57 p m
7:40 p re
ll;3fi p ir.
G.40 a re
9:25 a n:
3:55 p in
9:20 p rr,
3:05 a in
7:40 a in
Ar. Birmingham
Ar. Memphis ....
111:20 a m[10:00 p m
1 9:20 p m| 7:45 a ni
Ar Columbia ...
Ar. Augusta ....
Ar. Savannah ..
Ar. Jacksonville
Ar. Tampa.
1:3T~a m
8:00 a m
5:00 a m
9:15 a m
2:15 p in
4:15 p ni
4:40 p ni
9:25 p re
..| 5:50 p m| 7:40 a in
For all Information apply at
City Ticket onice. Main nml Grnnbj
Hlroeta, *l*tioa?fl 112.
Baggage called for and checked from
hotels and residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company on orders left at ticket of
lico.
FRANK S. GANNON.
3d V. Pres. and Gen'l Mgr.
J. M. CULP. W. A. TURK.
Traffic Mgr. Gen'l Pass. Agt.
Washington, D. C.
W. II. DOLL. Pass. Agt., Norfolk. Va.
Atlanta, Now Orlenim, Augusta, Maren,
Chattanooga, N.ivhville. IMcmphli, Vloliilu,
?, Califnrjni:i_an<l the noire Soiuli
JTTLY !S. 1593._| No. 41. I No. 403
l.v. Norfolk .I ?B.O! a rhl*J 30 p m
" Portsmouth --S.AL.I 9 re n ml ? 15 p rn
t\r. Suffolk . '* I 9.55 a ml 9.22 |i m
" T.ewttton.N.C.I 1 15 p ml.
?' WoMnn .. ..9.A.L I 11.58 n rr.ni In p m
" Henderson .... " I 145 p mlt?5<i a m
" Raleigh . " I 3 41 p m: Mfl a m
" Fouthcrn Pinea " I 6.55 p ml 4.22 a
" Wilmington '.. " 1.112 or, p m
Charlotte . " 10 r-5 p ml 7.50 ,i m
Columbia ...C.N.ftLjflO.SOam Clpm
Augusta ...C.*W.C.|!11 in n'nl'KoOpm
Athen-? .S.A.L.I ?3.'5iimi 1.15pm
Atlanta (Cent.Tim. VI 5.20 a mi 2 50 p m
Macon .C.of G.| 11 40 n ml 7.20 p m
Jacksonville ..Plant.) 12.15 n't I 8.20 a m
Tampa . I 8.SO a ml 4.45 p m
P.l'inhothftm ..a Ry.l 11.45 r. nho 10 p m
Montgomery .W.ofA
Mobile .L.&N.
New Orleans.. '
Chattanooga W.ftA.
N'Phvllle N C.ASt.I
10 31 a rnl 9.20 p m
S 50 p m I 3 or, ,-, rn
8.10 p ml 7.40 a m
1.00 p m 7.50 p m
7 00 p m 6.45 a I
" M-niphi? --K C.M&BI aij0_p mj 7.40 a m
"?"Dally. IDally. ex. Sunday.
Connections at New Orleans with Soutri.
ern Pacific and Texas & Pacific Railway*
for n.i points In Texas. Mexico and Call.
'?Nc'.a 402? Arrlv? Portsmouth dally, 7.23
**No! !S-Arrlva Portsmouth dally, s.jo
P'.T^W. Prawn, Jr., Pass'r Agt.. 199 Main
St.. Norfolk. Va.
Murray Forbes, Ttsx. Pass'r Agt., Ports
mo uUu Va.
E. 8T.\TOUN, Vice-President and General
Mannirer. ,
V. E. McBFT\ Central Superintendent.
H. W. If. GLOVER, Traffic Manager.
T. J. A?DEHKON. Gen'PPass'r AgU
Partamovth. Va,
ow nominioa steam
sitfpVs Lines.
FOR NEW YORK.?Ships are appointed
to nail fiom Norfolk daily at 6:00 p. m.
Tuesday'* steamer carries freight only.
FROM NEW YORK.-On Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri?
day at 3.00 p. m.; Saturday at 4.00 p. m.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Faro, Including meals and suu?
room oerth .SS.N
Round tup. limited to 30 days.$13.00
b or tickets and reservation of state?
rooms, apply at ticket office. 199 Mala
street, or at general office at wharf.
FOR RICHMOND.?Ships leave New?
port News every Sunday ovening, arriv?
ing at Rlchmoud the next jnoriiing.
Ships leave Old Point for Norfolk Sun?
days .about 10:00 a. m.
TIME SCHEDULE of BTEAMERfl
Hampton Roads, J. S. Warden, Luray,
Accomack and Virginia Dare, sailing
dally, except Sunday, from company's
wharf, Norfolk.
FOR OLD POINT.?At 6.16 and 11:15 a.
I"-?a:ltl 3:'-5 P' ni.; Portsmouth. C:30 and
U):0d a. m. and 3:05 p. in.; Bay Line wharf.
Norfolk, at 6:45. and 11:30 a. m., and 4:30 p.
in. Sundays: Leavo Bay Lino at . 10:00 a.
m. and 2:00 p. ni.
FOR HAMPTON.?At 11:15 a. m. and
i-*i> p. m.; Portsmouth. 10:05 a. m. and 3:05
p. m., Bay Line, at 11:30 a. ni. and 4:30
P in.
KOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FIELD.? At 2:30 p. m.; Portsmouth, 2:4G
P- "V,:. J,ia-V Line, 5:00 p. m.
FOR WARE AND EAST RIVERS.?At
5. a% "??; Portsmouth, 6:30 a. uj.; Ray
Line. 6:45 a. m.
*OR NORTH RIVER.?On Monday,
\\edntsday and Friday, at 6:15 a. m.;
Portsmouth, 6:30 a. ni.; Bay Line, 6:45 a.
??FOR SEVERN RIVER.?On Tuesday,
ihursdny and Saturday at 6:15 a. m.;
I ortsmouth, 6:30 a. m.; Bay Line, 6:45 a.
in.
t,f.9,R?BACK. POQUOSON AND TORK
RIVER LANDINGS AND CRAB NECK.
?On Monday. Wednesday and Friday, at
0.15 a m.; Portsmouth, 6:30 a. in.; Bay
Line, 6:45 a. tn. Returning tho following
day
OTF&R NANSEMOND RIIVER AND
?y.! OLK.?At S:00 p. m.: Poitsmouth.
????'<* P. m. Connecting at Suffolk with Buf
lolk and Carolina railroad.
l-relg-ht for Ware. East, North. Serern.
wrick. Poquoson. York and Nansemond
-am' 'endings must be prepaid.
Ail schedules subject to change without
notice.
Freight for Washington and Newberno,
C., roeelved at and delivered from
Norfolk and Southern raltroad depot.
Freight received daily, except Sunday,
until 5:00 p. m
_M. B. CROWELL. Agent.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO.
bay l.INE.
COMMENCING MONDAY. AT/G. 8, 1S93.
Lv Portsmouth, High street.!5:2? p m
Lv. Norfolk, Main street.1G:00 p m
Lv. Old Point. Ilygcta Pier.!7:00 p m
Ar. Baltimore, Union Dock.7:00 a m
NORTI1 BOUND 1 1?. R. R. | B. & O.
Lv. Paltlmore ..
Ar. Philadelphia
Ar. New York ..
7:45 a ml! 7:55 a m
10:15 a m !10:1S a m
'12:43 p m|!lS:35 n'n
SOUTH BOUND | P. R. It. | B. & O.
Lv New York .| 12:10 p m| 1:00 p m
Lv. Philadelphia . !4:41 p ml 13:07 p m
Ar. Bait., Canton _| !7:00 p m| 16:10 p ni
Lv. Baltimore, Union Dock.6:30 p m
Lv. Baltimore. Canton . 7:10 p m
Lv. Old Point . 6:15 a m
Ar. Norfolk. 7:0") a m
Ar. Portsmouth .8:30 a m
!?Dally except Sunday. '?Dally.
Tickets sold to all points North, East
and West and baggage checked to desti?
nation. Staterooms reserved upon appli?
cation In person at the company's oflico.
No. 77 West Main street, or ou board
steamer.
Freight will not bo received after 4 p.
m. to go forward that day.
For further information apply to
KEY COMPTON.
General Agent.
J. W. BROWN, Jr..
Southern Passenger Agent.
CAPE \ New York,
PUflDj eel Philadelphia
Ln_Vi:r and Norfolk
ROUTE \ Railroad.
QUICK TIME?LOW RATES.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY,
APRIL 25. 1898.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
1:45 a. tn. daily, exespt Sundav?(Ports?
mouth, High street, 7:30 a, in.?
Arrive at Philadelphia 6:42 p.
m., New York nt 8 38 p. m.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
8-00 d m. daily. Portsmouth, High street.
6:30. Arrive at Philadelphia,
6:10 a. ra.: New York. 7:43 a. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
5:00 a. m. dully. Portsmouth. High street.
S:10, leaving New xork at 8:00 p.
ry.: Philadelphia. 11:10 pT m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
7:60 d. m.?Dally, except Sunday (Ports?
mouth. High street, 8:00 p. m.)?
leaving New York at 8:00 a. in.;
Philadelphia, 10:20 a. in.
CIoso connection made with all rail and
Bound lines to and from Boston.
Pullman sleeping cars on Might trains
between Jersey City, Philadelphia and
Cape Charles. ...
PullmSn Buffet Parlor Cars on day trains
between Philadelphia and Cane Charles.
Through tickets sold and baggage
checked at Wa Ike's Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, and on ^eayle"QOKB
General Passtnger and Freight Agent.
DIRECT ROUTE.
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
For Boston?Mondays, Wednesdays und
Fridays at 6:00 p. m.
FOR PBOVIDENCE.
Fvo-y TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY at 6:00 p. ni.
1XRES TO BOSTON AND PROVI
i aal." df.NCE.
First-class. Including meals and
stateroom berth.jj.Oo
Beiond-class, including meals and
ljarth.??? '.???v;.
Perishable freight sent via Providenco
forwnrded by early train to Boston and
at tho same rate as by direct steamers to
Bo, tori. . ?
(?'or further Information apply to
? H. WRIGHT. Agent, Norfolk. Vs.
A.' D STEBBINS. Ass't Traftlc M'gr.
VT P TURNER, General Pass. Agent.
J C WHITNEY. Traffic Manager.
'r.-.... I n ,-:?,,.?, llnlllmni r> XfH
j WIIIIAM, j. runic aiauugnr.
General Offices. Baltimore, Md.
ATLANTIC AND
DANVILLE RAILWAY
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY Sth. 1S98
TRAIN No. 1.?Daily. Leaves Norfolk
front wharf foot of Slathews street at 9:20
a rt.; West Norfolk, at 9:50 a. m. for
Danville and Intermediate points, arriving
at Danville at 5:25 p. m.
TRAIN NO. 3?Dally except Sundav?
Leaves Norfolk 6:40 p. m.: West Norfolk.
7:10 p. m.. arriving at Danville at 5;oo
o"clock n. m.
TRAIN NO. 4 arrives at Norfolk at 10:10
a. m.J daily except Sunday.
TRAIN NO. 2 arrives at Norfolk at 5;io
p. m., daily.
TRALN NO. S connects at Dennlston
Junction with Norfolk and Western rail?
road for Durham and intermediate points
TRAINS KOS. I AND 3 connect at Jef
frcss Junction and Danville for all points
on the Southern Railway system.
Pullman sleeps between Danville and
AsheviOc, Atlanta. Jacksonville, Memphis
and Now Orleans.
Tickets on sale and baggage checked at
Walke's agency and company's wharf
Norfolk, and at Bmmerson & Watson
agents at Portsmouth. '
Steamer City of Cheater touches at N
Y.. P. apd N. R. 'R. wharf on outgoing
trips. I
WM. H. TAYLOR,
.? ~ . Traffic Manager,
CHAS. Oi HAINES, Genwal Manager.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Chesapeake
CAGO, ST. LOUIS. ETC.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 13. 1S93.
WESTBOUND | No. 1 | No. 3
Lv. Portsmouth
Lv. Norfolk .
Lv. Newport News
Ar. Richmond .
7:40 a m
8:10 a tu
9:15 a m
11:30 a m
3:00 p m
3:30 p m
4:35 p ta
6:50 p ra
Lv. Rjchm'a (RF&P)| ?12:00 n'nl 7:40 p m
Ar.. Washington (R.,| I
-??) .I *3:40 p mj 31:30 p m
2:15 p in
6:44 p ni
7:0S p m
9:50 p m
S:57 p m
7:55 a m
11:00 a m
5:30 p rn
6:50 p m
10:30 p m
2:43 a m
4:22 p m
7:25 o m
6:2S p m
5:15 p in
8:00.p m
7:15 a m
7:S0 a ni
Lv. Ulch'd Ma'n line
Ar. Charlottcsvlllo ..
Ar. Staunton .
Ar. Va. Hot Springs/.
Ar. Clifton Forge.
Ar. Cincinnati .
Ar. Loulsvillo .
Ar. Chicago .
Ar. St. Louis .
?Dally except Sunday. Other time dally.
No. 1?Day Express DAILY. (Parlor Car
to Richmond and Pullman Richmond to
Cincinnati. Louisville and St. Louis.
No. 8.?DAILY. Pullmans Old Point to
Hlnton. Cincinnati and Loulsvillo. ?
Meals served on Dining Cars on Nos. 1
and 3 west of Gcrdonville.
Chcsapcako and Ohio arrives at Norfolk
12:15 p. m. and 7:05 p. m. Arrives at Ports?
mouth 12:40 p. m. and 'I 'M p. m.
For further Information apply to
J. R. W1LLCOX. Ticket Agent, or
F. W. CURD, Passenger Agent.
C. and O. Ticket OCtlce, Granby street,
Norfolk, Va.
JOHN 13. POTT8.
Asst. Genera; Passenger Agent.
? lo L tOASTi.iNr,
(Norfolk ?fc Carolina Rallronila
IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 20th, 1S?S.
I \ No. 103.
Stations. I No. 43. jDT'y ex.
I Daily. I Sunday.
9:00 a ml 2;2V 1> iu
9:22 a in I 2:l2 p m
10:ou a in, 3:17 p iu
10:50 a lil| 4:15 ;> iii
Lv. Norfolk .
Lv. Ports. June...
Ar. Suffolk. Va. ..
Ar. Tunl3. N. C...
Ar. Hobnood. N. C.|12:o0 in j 6:35 i? m
Ar. Turboto, N. C_.412:21 p ml 0:00 p in
Ar. Rocky Mount, N.C.jl2.50 p ml 6:35 p m
Ar. WllliamHlon, N. C. I.I G;5j p in
Ar. Plymouth, N. C.I.I 7:10 i> in
Ar. Washington. N. C, ). 7:20pu>
Ar. Kinston, N. C.1.1 7:6? u in
Ar. Wilson, N. C..~7...| 2TliTp"nT|_V: 10 p m?
Ar. Gol?boro, N. C. 3:16 p nil 7:i0 p hi
Ar. Wilmington, N. C.| 6:15 p m| Dj30 ?. in
Ar. Fayctte%-Hle. "N. "cTTT:2i p inj HID a in
Ar. Florence, S. C.I 7:-5 p ui| 3:15 ;i m
Ar. Charleston. S. C./.|10:5S p nif 6:03 a m
Ar. cVlu~mbTo7"s] "C.....|10:20 p m|ll:00 a in
Ar. Augusta. Ga .I 1:56 a ml 7:55 u u
Ar. Atlanta, Ca.12:35 p in 12:35 p m
Ar. Macon. Go..|l) :15 a in|ll:15 a in
Ar Savannah, Ga.1,3:00 a ml S:21 a m
Ar. Jacksonville, Pia ..| 8:43 a m| 1:10 |> :u
No. 49 daily connects with A.C.L. trail
?3 for all ooints South.
103, daily, except Sunday, makes c)< t>\
wonneclton nt llobgood for Washing te a.
N. C, Klnstrn, M. (.'.. and Plymoutli. X
U.. and nil Eastern Carolina pointa; alui
at Rocky Mount with A. C L. train ui t^r
all points South.
Trains arrive at Norfolk at 6:r,3 |. m.
dally, also at 10:05 a. in., daily, execnl
Sunday.
No. 49 runs through without cl nnii
Norfolk to Wilmington.
Baggagu checked at Company's Ncrfo U
wharf, and also nt ofllco of pansou.'.f
and Ticket agent 171 Main sued liiiuu,
situ Atlanllo Motel).
For tickets to o.ll points South, oleipliif
car reservations and general inforiiiatlm
call on or address,
J. A. NEUGEUAUE.H,
Passenger und Ticket agsnt,
JAM KS P. MAUPIN,
General Porwardlng Agcnt.
n. M. EMERSON, Gen. Pass Agent.
G. M. 6EHPKLL. Gen. Millinger. .
T. M EMERSON. Trafllc Manager.
Noiik TioWeii bT~rTgo
SCHEDULE IN EFKECT OCT. 10th. HDS
MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR
FOLK DAILY (except Sunday) id a m.
for Elizabeth City. Edcnton, Mnckcy'S
Ferry, Roper, l'antcgo, Bolhaven. Etc
Connects at Edcnton with N. & S. it. iC
steamer as follows: DA1EY (except Sun?
day) for Plymouth Jaineavllle. William
ston and Windsor. TUESDAY, THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for all landings on
Chowan river. Cm MONDAY and .FRI?
DAY for Scuppernong river, connecting at
Bclhaven with stcanicr Virginia Dato for
Makleyvdlc, South Creek. Aurora, Wash?
ington and Intermediate landings.. Con?
nects at Elizabeth City with strainer
New Bei no MONDAY and WEDNES?
DAY tor Roanoke Island, Ucraooke,
Oriental nnd New Berne. N. C.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK at 4:10 p. m. TUESDAY. THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY Jor Elizabeth city.
Edcnton and way stations. Connects at
Elizabeth City w.lh Hits steamer Nousa lot
Rounoks Island, Newberno, Moreiicaa
City. Kingston and Uoldslioi o. v.a A. Ai
N It, K., and for Jacksonville, Wilming?
ton N C. and lor stations on tho W. ot
W.'lt. R. _
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (except
Sunday) at 4:25 p. .m., and numing train
at 11 a. m. TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY, connecting with all rail and
steam linos at No.toi* tor tbe North,
East and West. Passenger btat.ou at
foot ot East Mala street, Noriuik, and
Western depot. Ficlgnl station on VVato?
street.
TTActTivRN CAROLINA DISPATCH.
n?ot MBIQHT EINE AND OED UO
Kv^fov EINE between all points Nona
"MJ*ifi*V via Norfolk and NoitoiK and
sSStK Railroad and Eastern Nona
C?2ht received dally at 6 p. m. and
General Oinoe ol mo N. & ?. K. K. Co.,
Norfolk, Va. h c huDGINS,
funeral Freight and Passenger Ageuc.
S! ?iKING, GOneral Manager.
CLYDE'S REGULAR "NB 8TBAM*
4111 PS l.'ult 1'HlLADLLPlUA.
MiA-DIRECT LINE FROM NOR
? F OLK TU PH ILADELPH I A.
t-ntll further notice steamers aro ap
nointed to sail frtm Norfolk every MON?
DAY' WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY
6 o'clock P. m.. and from Philadelphia
Sve'y TUESDAY. THURSDAY ana
^hrouSh*" bills of lading to all points
South and southwest via Se-aboard Air
l ine Atlantic C^asl Line. Vhglnla and
Tennessee Air Ein?. Southern Railway,
Norfolk and Carolina and Norfolk and
Southern Hailroad. ^ McCARRICK.
a?eralwSouthe? Agen^rfo.^
General Agents. Philadelphia.
Schedule in Effort
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT DEC. IS. 1S98,
L.EAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
7:40 a. m.?For Richmond, Washington,
Lyncnburg and tho West.
4:35 p. m.?Vestlbuled Limited for Rieh?
niond and Washington, Siups
only at Suffolk. Waverly and
Petersburg.
8:55 p. ra. ? For Petersburg, Lyncliburg,
the Wost and Southwest.
Trains arrive at Norfolk daily 8:25 a. rn..
11:25 a. in. and 10:W p. m.
Tickets and all information at station)
and 10 Granby street.
W. B. BEVILI*
? " " General Passenger Agent, j
:,C'i. ? ? ? .C?l "'.

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