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tained Than on Previous Day. PRICES ME FORCED LITTLE LOWER Pennsylvania and Consolidated Gas Among Leaders In the Trading? Vanderbllt Companies Develop j Considerable Strength. i* (My Associated Pres*.). NEW YOHK. N. V., Aug. 1?The volume of transactions in today's stock market was rather better sus? tained than yesterday after the nor? mal activity or the opening dealings, notwithstanding: the continuous op? pression or the hot wave. But prices did not fare ?o well. 'Pennsylvania was the aggressive leader of the new upward movement. A break in Consolidated Gas helped to unsettle the tone of the market. This was based upon the adjourn? ment of the executive committee with a formal announcement that the quarterly dividend, the declaration of | which is now due was not consid? ered. The early buoyancy of I he. Hill stocks wan based bh ropeated rum-! ors .of the consummation of the ore deal. The large Increase In gross earn? ings for July shown In the Vander? bllt companies benefilted New York Central. The cheerful resumption of finan? cial markets in London after a three days' holiday helped the' early tone here. Bates for money were main? tained. ' l*adl prices of the day showed mix? ed changes and the transcontinental railroads wore on the side of the | declines. The closing tonu was heavy. Closing Stock List. Adams EJxpreM. 245 Amalgamated Copper-. 103 I S I American Car and Foindry.. P.s !??! Am. Car'end Foundry pfd. .. 'Jid 7 8 American Cotton Oil. 32 1-21 Amort:in Cctfon Oil pf-J. ."?1 i-2 Anierioin Express. 21J Am Hldnmd Leather pfd... 2J 1-2 American Ico. 6 7 3-81 American Linsoed oil. 20 American Linseed oil pfd... 41 12| American Locomotive . CO 1-2 Ameiic-.n Locomotive pfd. .. Ill 1-81 Am. Sim It and Refining_ 151 B'-S Ahl. Cmell. and Rofln. pfd... 11?? 7S Am. S;^.ar Roflrrtpg . 133 l-S' Am. Ton. pfd. certif. 100. ft 8 Anaconda Mining Co. 257 3-4 Atchlson. 93 1-2 Atchison pfd. 100 Atlantic Coast Line . 143 3-4] Baltimore and Ohio. 120 5-81 Baltimore; ami Ohio pfd. 92 Brooklyn Rapid Transit. 80 1-8' Canadian Pacific. 168 3-8 | Central or New Jersey .... .. 228 . Chesapeake and Ohio . 60 Chicago Great Western. 18 3-1 Chicago and Northwestern. . 200 1-2 | Chi., Mil. and St. Paul _ 187 3-1 Chi. Term, and Trans. 13 Chr. Term, and Trans, pfd.. 28 C. C. C. and St. L. 93 Colorado Fuel and Iron .... 54 5 81 Colorado and Southern . 38 5-S Col. ami South. 1st pfd. 71 1-4 I Col. and South. 2d pfd. 52 1-2 I Consolidated Gas . 136 1-2 Corn Products. 19 7-81 Corn rPoductn pfd. 7G 3-4 | Delaware and Hudson.220 Del.. Lack. and eWstern ... 500 Denver and Rio Grande . 44 1-3] Denevr and Rio Grande pfd... 84 1 Dlstlllcrs' Securities . 00 1-1 Brie. 43 5-8 I Erie 1st pfd.;. 79 '. 8 | Erie 2d pM. '70 General Eloctric.167 Hocking Valley, offered . 128 Illinois Central. 176 International Paper . 19 5-S j International Paper pfd. 86 1-4' International Pump . 45 t-2| International Hump pfd.84 Iowa Central. . 26 3-4 Iowa Central pfd. 51 Kansas City Southern . 27 7-81 Kansas City Southern pfd... 57 Louisville and Nashville .. .. 145 3-S j Mexican Central. 21 Minneapolis and St. Louis .. 64 Minn.. St. P. and S. Ste. M... 152 1-21 M.. St. P. and S. Ste M. pfd.. 173 Missouri Pacific. ?4 3-41 Mo., Kansas and Texas. 34 3-8 Mo.. Kansas and Texas pfd... 68 1-2] National Lead. 80 Nat. It, R. of Mexico pfd... 38 3-4 Now York Central . Ill N. Y, Ontario ami West. ... 47 1-2 | Norfolk and Western. 91 Norfolk and Western pfd. ... 8? 1-21 North American . 95 1-2 j Pacific Mall . 35 1-2 Pennsylvania .. .. . 134 1-2 People's Gas. 91 1-4' Pitts., C. C. and St. Louis... 80 1-2 | Pressed Pressed Pullman Palace Car. 238 Reading . 132 3-4' Reading 1st pfd. offered .... 93 cRading 2d pfd. offered _ 93 Republic Stool . 29 1-3 Republic Steel pfd. 99 Rock Isl.iti.l Co. 26 Rock Island Co. pfd. ?3 St. L, and San. Fran. 2d pfd. 44 l-S St. Louis Southwestern . 23 1-2 St. Louis Southwestern pfd... 51 1-2 Southern Pacific .. . 76 1-2 Southern Pacific pfd. 118 1 4 Southern Railway . 37 1-2 Southern Hallway pfd. 99 Steel Car .'. 52 3-4 Steel Cur pfd. 99 1-2 TenueKeo Coal and Iron.155 1-2 Texas and Pacific . ?8 I I Tol.. St. L. and West. 28 1-4 I Tol.. SI. L. and West pfd... 47 3-1 Union Pacific.157 1-8 Union Puciric pfd. 94 United ISates Express . 131 United States Realty. 77 United States Robber . 14 1-2 Unite I States Rubber pfd. .. H>7 1-t I United tSatos Steel. 40 3 1 [United States Steel pfd. los 1-8 I Va. Carolina Chemical. 38 1-2 Va.-Carolina Chemical pfd... 103 Iwabnsh . 20 Wabash pfd. 47 1-8 Wells Pargo Express. 2!>3a3lo Weettnghbusc Electric.151 Western Union. ill 3 1 Wheeling and Lake Erie _ 18 Wisconsin Central . 25 1-4 Wisconsin Central pfd. 48 1-2 Northern Pacific .205 1-2 Central Leather . 31) Central Leather pfd. 101 1-2 SloBs-Shefflcltl . 77 Croat Northern pfd.2!Hi International Metal. 30 1-2 International Metal pfd. ?... 77 1-8 Baltimore Produce Market. BALTIMORE. MD., Aug. 7.?Plotir quiet and unchanged;. Wheat, firm; spot contract 74 l-8u 74 1-4; Soulhern by sample, GOaGO. Corn firmer; spot, 55 l-4a55 1-2; Southern white. 58 l-2nC0 1-2. Oats firmer; No. 2 mixed, 38 1-2 a3!i. Rye steady; No. 2 Western. GOaGI. Butler steady ami unchanged; fan coy Imitation. I8ul!>; do. creamery, 22a23; Errs firm at 20 cents. Cheese active and unchanged. 113-1 al21-4. Sugar steady and unchanged. New York Money Market. NEW YORK Aug. 7. ?Money on call easy; 2 1-442 3-4 per rent.; ruling rate. 2 1-2: closing bid, 2 1-1; offered at, 2 1-2. Time loans steady; sixty days. 3 3-la4 per cent.; ninety days, 4 l-2al 31; six months, 5 per cent. Prime fRcrcnrilllc paper, 5 l-2a5 3-4. Sterling exchange, firm at 485.25 for demand "And at 482.55 for sixty day bills. Posted rates. 483a 18?. Com? mercial bills. 481 7-8n482 1-8. Rar sil? ver, G5 1-8. Mexican dollars, GO V- ? Chicago Grain Market. CHICAGO, ILLS.. Aug. 7.?Dam? age by rain to wheat In shock in the Southwestern States caused strength today In the local wheat market. At the close wheat for the September delivery was up 3-8al-2. Corn was off l-8nl-4. Provlsloi' were 5 1-2 to 12 1-2 higher. LOST LITERATURE. S*lre and Water Hare Destroyed Mn?r Great nooks. The fine literature absolutely lost la very considerable. Of classical litera? ture alone books could he filled with die mere names of works, never to mention the mutilated state of many that survive. The causes of loss are few. Fire In the most common. Ben Jonson by the Are In his house'lost an entire drama of the life of Henry V? with notes, and a number of other works. The Are of London was respon- I slide for the loss of many valuable works of the Elizabethan period and of much early English poetry. A Beverer blow to lovers of Anglo-Saxon litera? ture was the burning of the Cottonlan library In 1731, when a vast quantity of old manuscripts was destroyed. In 1752 by a fire In Lincoln's Inn Field? a large collection of manuscripts and pamphlets, gathered with great labor by Lord Chamberlain Somers, was losL About the same time Davles' notes on Cicero's "De OfTlclls" were lost by a fire In Strand, London. The second great cause of loss is ths ocean, whose "greedy maw" swallows all kinds of treasure so remorselessly. Early In the fifteenth century Guarlno Veronese was returning to Constautl nople with n shipload of classical man? uscripts. The vessel was wrecked and the treasures lost, a misfortune whlcb turned the scholar's hair white In a few . hours. Our own Spenser suffered seri? ous loss by shipwreck of a servant crossing from Ireland. The last sli books of the "Faerie Queene" and a number of translations and poems, In? cluding "Dreams," "The Court of Cu? pid" and "The Hell of Lovers." wer? thus consigned to a watery grave. Iu 1000. on the death of Vlncentlo Plnelll, Ws library was packed In three vessels bound for Naples. One was attacked by pirates, who flung out the books and pRpers Into the sea and along the shore, some of the latter being picked up by the Inhabitants and used to stuff windows with. Toward the close of the last century a servant of Warbr ton came across n unique mnss of man uscrlpt plays, which she used up In lighting fires and making pie crust frills. And everybody remembers how a domestic of John Stuart Mill con? signed to the flames a part of Car lyle's "French Revolution." The hor? ror of Mill at the loss and the "agony" of Carlyle in rewriting the work; are now matters of history. A very curious loss was occasioned in Italy In the fourteenth century when Rnimondo Soranico loaned ths manuscript of Cicero's "Do Gloria" to a friend, who pawned it and died be? fore its hiding place could be discover ?dV- London Telegraph. The "If" Is Rather Important. Here's something that may save your life when a bull gets after you. When a bull charges, Just before th* final lurch he shuts bis eyes, nnd If you have the presence of. mind to stand Rtock still until he is about two or three feet from you all you have to do is to step aside, and he misses you. Any child with sufficient presence of mind to do this can let a ball charge all day with perfect safety. This 1? not a new thing, as it Is one of the se? crets of tbe bullfighter In the coun fries where the sport is practiced. The bnllflgbters say tbst a cow does nol flo this, and they wonld never try any 90<*h tricks with a mad cow. ' , Wlr'E ItSKS $500,000 Woman Charges Father-ln-Law Wilt) Breaking up Happy Home. RUNAWAY MARRIAGE A FAILURE Girt Wim Ran a Photograph Gallery| Sues Millionaire For Heavy Dam? ages?Deserting Husband 8erved| in the Regular Army. (S|>ri'lHl lo llio Dully TrrHB.) MOW YORK, An?. 7,-Ollbcrt T.I Rufferty, Sr., Iho "coke king" or Pittsburgh a permanent hoarder at the Waldorf-Astoria, has boon sued for a round hair million dollars in | tiiu Supremo Court of Kings county. The suit Is brought by Ilia dough ler-ln-law. the wife or George B. Raf-| forty, who was Miss Oclnrith Mein tyre, bf Alexandria Hay, N. Y. The pair were married by a country squire at Clayton, N. Y. The cere? mony was a secret one, and was per formed on October 21, 1901. The | parents of the hrhlogrooni were op? posed to his marrying Miss Mclufyre, who then conducted a photograph gallery at Alexandria Bay. Young Ratferty took u<p IiIb resi? dence with his inothcr-ln-law. In February, 11102, .lohn H. Hnyden, 1 or New York, and his brother, Allen.] both friends of Rafforty went to Alex? andria Hay. ostensibly to attend the] Ice rtices. John Hnyden frequently visited the Raffcrtya, and, according to Mrs. Bnffcrty, tried to create til disagreement between her ami her husband. Shortly after this event, Mrs. Rafforty alleges, that her hus? band left her. In the suit Mrs. Rafferty alleges that Hnyden was but a tool of hrr| father-in-law. Young Rafforty, after leaving hin I wire, Joined the regular army, nud| did service In the Philippines. fo"?Tmnro"o iti'i 6obsbbbbbbsb>s DRINK.... Old Virginia MINT JULEPS Cold Steins I UNDER ELECTRIC FANS S| I John E. Mugler's Cafe a f3i2 Washington Avenue, Bell 'Phone ?7. 'SLSJJJL OA flJ. P.JULB gJUAJU fl.PJL<Lflj HAULING PROMPTLY DONE From A ParcebTo An Engine. FREIGHT. BAGGAGE, FUR? NITURE AND SAFES CAREFULLY j AND PROMPTLY MOVED. j Storage Warehouse^ 514-520 27th St. REASONABLE RATES Virginia Transportation Company UNION DENTAL ROOMS Twenty-sixth Street ant. Washington Avenue* Dentistry In all itn branches at reason ab lo prices, tlold Crowns and Bridge Work a Specialty. TfrETH EXTRACTED WITH GAL DON'T WAIT. Take Advantage of Newport News Clt Izen'a Experience Before It's Too Late. When the back begins to ache. Don't wait until backnebo becomes chronic; Till serious kidney troubles dovelop: Till urinary troubles destroy night's rest. , Profit by a Newport News citizen's experience. Mrs. S. Booker, wife of 8. Booker, the well known furmer, residence 321 Fifteenth street, says: "Dean's Kid? ney Pills have uach usuu by other members of my family as well as my? self. Tin y very quickly relieved back? ache and finally absolutely slopped II. We entertain n very high opinion of the remedy, and are only too pleased to endorse the claims made for It. I have not the slightest hesitation In advising any sufferer from backache or kidney complaint in any form to go to Stearnes' drug storo for Doiiu'h Kidney PI IIa and take them. Thoy will not bo disappointed In the re? sults." For stile by nil dealers. Price GO?. Foster Mllburii Co., Buffalo. New York, sole agents for tho United Hiatus. Rcnmmhor the mime?Dunn's?and lake ho other. ABSOLUTELY PURE WHI8KEY. 1'hyrdcinns and others desiring an excellent nrtlclo aro rcBpcctivoly re? quested to glvo this whiskey a trial on my guarantee. Mellowed by ago. B. R. COFER. Sole Agt., 2-ith Street, near Washington Avenue. VINEBURG BROS. JEWELERS AND EYE SPECIALISTS, 5(5 Granby Street, Norfolk, Va. ,^"o"?"?nroTT?Tro"6Tr5"?"?' o'oTnroTTBTnn, THIS SPACE RESERVED For C. F. RODAWIG GRADUATE OPTICIAN, Rooms 3 and 4, Capital Dry Goods House Build? ing, 2914 Washington Ave. LEGAL NOTICE. VIRGINIA: IN THE CORPORATION COURT FOR THE CITY OF NEW? PORT NEWS, THE IfiTIT DAY OF JULY. 1000. Annie Gronme Kirk.Plaintiff Against In Chancery i Franklin Pierce Kirk .Defendant Tho object of this suit Is to obtain for the plaintiff, Annie Qroomo Kirk, against the defendant. Franklin Plorco Kirk, a divorce, A VINCULO MAT RIMONI1. And affidavit having been made ami filed that the said defend? ant. Franklin Plercq Kirk, Is not n resident, of tho Stalo of Virginia, it is ordered that tho said defendant. Franklin Pierce Kirk do appear within fifteen days after duo publication of this order, in tho Clerk's Office of our said Corporation Court, and do what lu necessary to protect his Interests; and it is ordered that a copy of this order bo forthwith published onco a week for four sucesslvn weeks in the "Daily Press." a newspaper publish? ed In the city of Newport News, Vir? ginia, and that a copy hereof bo post? ed at the front door of tho court? house of the City of Newport News on or before the poxt succeeding rule day after tho dale of this order. A qopy?Teste: D. G. SMITH, Clerk. By TL E MARABLB. Deputy Clerk. ASIIBY & READ. p. q. 7-l^-4tW Old papers for sale at the Dally Press office at 10 cents per hundred. TRANSPORTATION GUIDE Norfolk and Newport News Express. pink ?iach nogm Leave Shipyard Newo't New?, for Pine B'cb ft N?rf'k Leave Norfolk fo: Newport News Pine B? ach and 9:40 8:? 10:18 11:45 1:18 8:48 4:18 6:46 7:46 9:00 10:80 7:1? 8:00 10:80 18 09 1:80 ? :M 4:10 0:00 7:46 9:00 10:48 Lest Boat leaves Pine Beach 11:89 p. m. EFFECTIVE, MAY 84, 1900, IT. H. O?RM. !" GBO. W. HATCH. GenT Mgr., Supl Hampton, Ts. Norfolk. Ta Chesapeake & Ohio Railway HOURS THE QUICKES! LINE Soo TO. W. Robinson. Agent O.&O. Ry. Boforo Arranging for your trip. Through Trains, Vestib?len", Kleotrlc Lighted, Steam Heute,!, Dining Cars u l,a Carte through the grandest scenery iCust of the Hook Mountains, For Richmond, Cincinnati, Indiana ' polls, Ot, Louie, Chlcego, Louis? ville- Nashville. Memphis, West and Southwest: 10:10 A. M. and 6:26 P. M. dally. Local for Rlobmond and James River Points: 7:40 A. M., dally. Local for Richmond: 6:40 P. M., dally. Merchants' & Miners' Transportation Co.'s j 8teamahlp Lines for Boston, Provi? dence and Baltimore. Leave Newport Nown, via Norfolk, I for BoBton every Tuesday, WortnoB day, Friday, apd Sunday. Leaves for Providence every Monday,, Thursday And Saturday, sailing from Norfolk at 16:00 p. m. Leavo Nowport Nows for Baltimore | I dally, except Tuesday and Wodnoaday, at 6 p. m., connecting for Washington. I Philadelphia and Now York. Fare to Baltimore, one way, 18.00; I round trip, |6.00, Including stateroom I berth. Acoomodatlons and cuisine | I unequalled. Freight and passengers takon for all I points North and South. Steamers | leavo Baltimore foot of Long Dock, dally promptly a'. 6 p. m. Only lino running a Sunday steamer between Nowport Notts and Balti? more For further Information apply to D. r. McNeill, Agent, Nowport Nows, Va. W. P. TURNER. O. P. A. ! J. O. WHITNEY, A. D. BTBBBIN8, 2d V. P. ft T. M. Oon'l. Mgr. General Offices, Baltimore Md. STEAMBOAT COMPANIES. ! Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Company The now and powerful Iron Palaco ] steamers, Newport News, WaBhlngtori end Norfolk will leave dolly as fol lows: NORTHBOUND. Leave Portsmouth, foot of North street . E:00pm] Leave Norfolk, foot of Wa tor st roe t . 8:00pm Leave Old Point Comfort.. 7:00pm Arrive In Washington .'.? 7:00am Arrive In Philadelphia, Penn. 11. r.??10:50s m| Arrive In Philadelphia, B. ft o. r. r."11:10 am i arrive In New Tork, Penn. R. R. "1:10am I I Arrive In New York, B. ft O. R. R. "8:00 pm SOUTHBOUND. Lv, Now York, Penn R. R. *12:00 p m j Lv. Now York, B. ft O. R. R. ?1:00 p m Lv. Philadelphia, Penn. R.R. 2:56 pra Lv. Phlla. B. ft O. R. R. ... 2:08pm Ar. Washington, Penn. R.R. 6:10 pm Ar. Washington, B.ftO.R.R.**5:00 p m Lv. Washington . ?6:30pm Ar. Old Point Comfort.... ?7:00am Ar. Norfolk .* *8:00am Ar. Portsmouth . "8:30 am ?Dally. ??Daily except Sunday. The trip down tho historic Potomac] River and Choaapoake Bay on the ele? gant steamers, of this company is un? surpassed. The steamers are compar? atively new, having been built In lo?l, and are fitted up In tho most [ luxuriant mannor, with oloctrlc lights, call bell and steam boat, in each room. The tables are supplied with every delicacy of the season from tho mark? ets .of WoshlnfTton and Norfolk, For tickets, reservation of staterooms, and further information apply to D. J. GALLAHAN, Agent. Norfolk. Ta. Clyde Steamship Co. Steamers to Philadelphia MONDAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY. Sailing from Philadelphia, Tueiday, | j Thursday and Saturday. Freight received and delivered dally I j at 0. ft O. Pier No. 6. Office. River | (Road. JAS. W. McCARRICK, Gen. Southern Agt CLYDE JJTEAMSHIP CO., 12 8outh"'DCjftWa>ft Avenue, Phllad*i-| ohls. Pa. WANTED?BUYERS FOR OLD PA pers. lOo per hundred; apply at Daily Press office. TRANSPORTATION ? QUIDS. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. SHORT LIND TO PRINOIPA? CITIES OP THH SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST, FLORIDA. CUBA, TEXAS. CALIFORNIA AND MEXI? CO, REACHING THE CAPITALS OF BIX STATES. Schedule In Effect July 2d, 1006. Route I No. 41 Lt. Norfolk .| 0:00am (via Forry) Lt Portsmouth Lt. Suffolk .... C Ar Ijowlston N Lv Woldon .., Lv Houdcrson Lv Ilalelgh ... Ar Southern Plnes Ar Hamlot Ar Charlotte Lv Hamlot . Lv Columbia Ar Augusta ... Ar Savannah .. Ar Jaoksouvlllo Ar Tampa . Lv Hamlot, N. O. Ar Athen . Ar Atlanta . Ar Birmingham Ar Maoon . Ar Montgomery Ar Mobil? . Ar New Orlpun.?. 0:26 am 2:64 am 1:00 pro 11:66 am 2:10pm 4:00 pro. 6:16 p m 7:30 p m 10:46 pm 10:16 p m 12:80 am 4:46 am 8:66 am No. 83. 3:24pm 8:60 pro 9:23 pm. 11:80pm 1:40 am 8:26 am 5:38a m 12:46 pm 10:00 am 3:45a nf 10:00 a m 6:20 pm 2:20 p m 6:60pm 6:86 p mi 7:86 am 10:16 pm 6:03 p m 7:40 a m 11:10 a m 6:23 pm 7: 20 p m 2:22 p m 3:40 v m 0:26 pm Ar Chattanooga . .1 1:00 p m Ar Nashvtllo _I 6:56 p ni Ar Memphis.| 8:46 am 7:20a m 0:20 p m 2:66 am 7:16 am 9:05 p m 6:40am 8:4b pm Suffolk A Carolina R. R. train en ronto from Elizabeth City, N. C.,'and Intermediate points arrlvo Portsmb-'iith 10:16 a. m., dally; returning loavoe Portsmouth, 4:36 p. in., oxcopt Sun? day. Sunday, 7:00 p. m. Connections at Jacksonville And Tampa for all Florida East Coast Points, Cuba and Porto Rico. Only line out of Norfolk operating through slooper to Oharlotte. N. O. No. 32 arrives at Portsmouth dally at 8:00 a. m. No. 88 arrives at Portsmouth drily at 6:30 p. m. J. W. BROWN. Jr., Passenger Agent, cor. Main and Gran? by Sts., Now Atlantic Hotel Bldg., Norfolk, Vs. S0DTBEBN RAILWAY SCHEDULE TO ALL POINTS SOUTH AND WEST. N. B.?Following figure* published only as afonnatloo, sad are sot guaranteed. Lt. Newport Newe O. * O. R'y. ..17:40 a.m. (8:819. m. Ar. Norfolk.. 8:10 a. m. \ 4:SI p. \y. Trains From 1 orfolk, 9:80 s. m. Da By. Local for Sot' folk, Franklin, Emporla, Clark Tille, Danvi."?. Oxfor . Durham, snd Intermediate stations. Close con noctlons at DanTlllo with fast through trains to all points South mid W??t. 7:30 p. m. Dally. Fact express train for all points South and Weit, car rylng through Pullman sleeping ear to AHhovlllo. Trains From Richmond, 7:00 a. m. Dally. 1 ooal lor Char, lotto, Chase City. Clarkvllle snd Buffalo Lltbla Spring?. 12:30 p. m. Dally. Limited-Buffet Pullman to Atlanta and Blrmlng> ham, New Orleans. Memphis, Chat tanooga and all the South. Through coach for Cba?e City. Oxford, Dur? ham and Ralelgk. 6:00 p. m. Hxco-t Sunday. Ksys* vllle Local. 11:30 p. m. Dally. Limited. Pull ram ready. 0:80 p. m., for all the South. York Iver Line, 4:80 p. m.?Except Sunday. No. 15?? Baltimore Limited. 2:16 p. m.?Except Sunday. No. 19.? Local to West Point. 4:46 a. m.?Except Sunday. No. 74.-? Local to West Point H. B. SPENCER, G. M , 8. H. HARD* WICK. P. T. M., W. H. TATLOB, G. P. A., Washington, D. O. 8TANTON CURTIS, P. A'., Norfolk, Y* STEAMSHIP COMPANIES. Old Dominion Line DAILY ?ERVICR FOR NEW YORK?From Company's Wharf, Nor- ii,'. foUr. every weak day, *fci '-^k 7:00 p. m. f ^ FARE? Fi rut eise?, One way. 98.0O, meals and stateroom, berth inolndedi Round trip, limit thirty days. $14.00. Steerage, without ?ubslstence, 91. Tickets on gale ?t 0. * O. K&lrwsy Ticket Office. NIGHT LINE BEWEIN NEWPORT NEWS AND RICHMOND Steamers Brandon snd Berkley leava Pier "A" 8:10 every evening, passengers only. Steamer Hampton will lesre Pier "A" dally except Sunday, st 0 s. m, going to Norfolk, snd at 4:80 p. ro... going to Smithfield. Steamer Accc mac will ?esve Pier "A" daily, except Sunday st 0 a. m.. going to Smlthfield and about 1:80 p. m., going to Nor? folk. All business between New York snd Newport News transacted at Pier 8. All business between Newport Newa, Norfolk. Smlthfield snd local points transacted st Plea1 "A," foot of Twenty-fifth stiest W. H. LAND ON, Agent ?. B. WALKBR. Ytos-S*tf. ?ad TrsCDs Iis?.