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HMNCE HIB COMMERCE
Fluctuations of the Markets Yes?
terday.
MONEY ON CALL WAS EASY,
Chicago Wheat Market Closed
Lower. Baltimore Flour Closed
Dull. New York Flour Clos?
ed Dull, but Steady. ThO
Grocery Markets.
BT Southern Associate Pr?3j.
Nfw IYohk. Jauunry 9.?Money on
enli easy, at \\n1 pereeat: la?t Icau at 1}
per oeut. and closing offered at l per
uent. Sterling exchange closed strong,
with actual bumncus in bauker*' b;ili< at
?KTintiTi for sixty days aad 4'-yiut'>8i for
demand. Posted ratss. t3S}al39t. ? '??m
aicroial bills. 4S0iat37i. Uovernmaut
bonds cloned lower.
Tna stooh inamtr?o-t.onva hius.
?ineriean Cottou Oil. 2H: Atner ein
Cotton Oil, preferred, G7aMl: American
Ungar Befiuartea, 87: American
$ug*r Refineries, prHforred.T 90; Amer?
ican Tobacco, ?8; American To
toaeco preferred, 107: Atobtsou, Topeka
en.l Santa Fo. 4}: Haiti more <ud
Ohio. C>\: Canada 1'acitie. ?6[; Choi
pcnUf and Ohio. 17: Chicago hu I Alton,
J4f>; Chicago. Uurliugtou and Quiuoy,
t'J.; I hicngo ?Ins trust. 721: Uela
T/nre, I.acUawaniia an I Western. 160?!
JtiHlillerH nu.l t'attlo feeders, U?; Kest
Tennessee,Virginia audtieorgia. ?.Kam
louueosee, Virginia au I Ueorgia, pre
{erro.l, ?: V.rie. 01; Krio. pr?f., 20J;
general Kleolric, 311. Illinois Contral, B2J;
Lake iirie and Western, l?: l.ako Krt
and Western, preferred, 71: l.akaribore,
134': 1 oilihvi 1 lo ill I NasUviIIo. 01;;
(.onhivdle. New Albany au 1 Chioago. (It;
Manhattan Cousoli.latad. Iflt ; Moiuplna
and Charleston. 10; Michigan OeUtr.il,
ft'i:'Missouri P?oiUc. 20 : Mobile an 1
Ohio. 17: Nasnville. ' Chattanoouj.
and 8t. i.onls. 15: nitc i State* Cor
duKe. 7: United states Cordage, pro
(enuj, 11; New .lersev central. Sn;.
flew York Central. 9?.!: Now Yorii
an.i New Knglaud, 3^;: Norfolk an l Wi si
pru. ureferre.i. I7j; Northern c -.do. :t|.
{?...rtbetu 1'aoinc. preferred, 10:: North
tvameru. o : NortuweaierUi proterre i,
J42: I'acifio Mall, .1; liuaUmg, 12*; llich
mondau.i W-*t Point. ?: Hook lelami,
61 It ?t. faul. &5J; HI. Paul pr*
ferroJ. 116J: silver Certificate}. 69};
Tonuoiioe Coal an Iran. 16}; Teunassee
t'oa ami iron, prcferre.l, 7U asked: ex.?
f'noifio, 9}: ttuiou Pacific. 11: Waba.li.
l?. Wabasb, preferred, ID ; Western
I niou. HO,: ?. 1, i.and Lake I tic. :i,.
Wheeling aad Lake ICrie, preferred, 40:
Alabama, olasl A, 101. ex; Alabam iolasi
B. 104, ox; Alabaiu >, cia><8 C, oil bid, ex;
Louisiana Stamped 4'n. 100; North
Carolina 1't, 1U0, OX; Not lb Caiolilln 0'?,
J > ? n:i..i-.' oils, , Teuuea
eco Now H tilom in (Vs. ?; Ten?
nessee New Hetlli uieul 5V ?: New Pen
iiM?i'f Settlement 8'?, b0, o .. Virginia ri a,
i>re(erred,8}; Virgiuia leimt lleeeipt*,
-;; Yiigimn Funding Debt, 681. ex;
t'uito.l statcB llogisiero i. 118; t unod
fUaio* llnupnnr, 4's. 113(1 United
Coupons. :'t. 07: Southern knilway 6'a,
e -.. Southern Itailwny Common. 10};
Southern itaiiway, preferred. ;t,;; S. U,
Kop-1 uudahic, 1021. ex; BC Now Issue
?: ?i ?.
(ihlcsen nnrkoia?
unioiflo, January 'J. ?'Iba loading
futures ranged an follows: Wheat uiosud
ioHur, i,.in clone.i lo<Mir. Oals olused
lower. Pork cloaedlower.
WuaiT?lanuary, -aj: May, 07;-57;;
July. 6-i.. Dlosiug?January, ?j,; May,
b7j. July, [a B.
Dims-January, 451; May, I"5;: Julv, 11-'.
fl!o?iug? Januar.*.; ?.; Alay, 47J; July,
47. a.; .
OiTs?January. tl3|; May, 31 J. Closing?
January. j May, .".1 ?
pohi?January." 11.115; Mny. 11,82).
ClosiuR?.lautinry, U. U. May. 11.05,
Lauu? L.unary, fi 7 ; May, 7.00. Clos?
ing? Jatmaiy, ?.7?; May,... "j.,
itina?Jauuarr, 6 .2 : tlov. 0.00, Ctoa
Iuk?January. 6.071; May, 6,02^.
New t'??ri. lln^rkete.
^B? ions, ,lanu iv 2. ? flour, dull and
tteady: winter ?I10.1t, low grades,
V2.46a2.60; lair to fancy, $2.5iia2.it6: .to
tiHtetita, $2.76a3.20| Minnesota clear.
Q2.li0a2.70; pateuta, i:t. O11J ill; low
extras, 42.0Ba2.00. soatliaru dour, dull
end steady; common to fair extra, 92.10a
6.11"; gooil to choice, no, i . . 0
heat closed more in ure lor ex ort und
eteaJ\; . No. 2 red, More au.t delator
CiKn. ii je;'atloat, 01 ,c. Corn . lose i d Ii
an.i lower; No 2, ?l c, elevator; 6l?c
ailoat. um? ...... .? r No ?4;hS.H-.
Ho 2. white 38 c; mixed Western B4.h:i c.
White do. :t.">.,41 o. Cut tueats quiet,
pickled bellies, liutliOtihonlders ^c;hauis.
(aH|c; nitodles. nomiual. Lard. ? uiet
end lo?or: Wcatoru steam do*,: i at 7.0j;
pity, e.OOaUti ?. Pork, dull: ol.i mess
?u 76al3.*25; extra prim , nomiual. for
teo ?llio. nil ot an . Miner. No 7, 10 c.
t>ugar?ltaw. .lull ami steady; fair reiiu
tug. th\l;C:t sun ifugala.310; refiued, dull
and nominal oil A. :i a3|e; standard A,
6 13-16a4c; out loaf, 4 7-10a4So; oroahed,
? 7-16al]o; grauulated,9 l?-lOalie; cuuo.-i
fil-10u4io.
Italtliimre ifnrkete.
HiLYnvoaa, January 'J. ?fiour nloted
<3c.ll; >\ entern ?uporfino. 91.80 i'i.00;
VVestem uxtra, ki 10a2.4S: .io. f.tinl
liy, $'i.60a2.76j winter wheat, patents,
p.2.nu*3.16; ?pnu< do. |i;l.60aJ.86;
? traight. 98.26ai.46. SVliont iIoho.i
f.Hy; No 2, roi, 601c; steau)!-r No.
1, red, 6-Jo, Houthcin wheat by
?ample, 5! a>i c; do ungraded, oijaGOju
turn oIuko.I dull; mixed, l at.;.-:
? tnamor mixod. 46,ai ,o Southern
white corn. 47a ?ir. do yellow, 1 aUio.
<mtn closed ina live; No 2 white Wcstsrn,
8 n. h e. No '1 mixed Western. :'> aJfilc
Provisions close . quiot and stoady; ihoki
l orii. ?16.00; bulk Shoulder?, io; abort
rib sides, 7.c; clear sides, 7}c; sugai
cured sliouldors, Be; hams, small, tic
large. lOJo. lard lloflned 8ic Coffoo,
quiet; No 7, 164c. huj;ar, iiuiot, grauui
atuJ, 4.0s.
notion tlHrltote.
Nkw York, .'antuiry 2.?Cotton cIopo I
ipii-t; middling gulf, 6 1610c middling
tiplau Is, 6 ll-ioo, futures close i barely
tteady. Bales, 89.700 bales. Janutry,
6 -l>. February, Ii 60; March. 5 63; April,
t> hi ; May, Go.; dune, fi 03; Jllly, ;"> 72 Au
u?t. 6 / .'; September, -it-o. October,
.1M.
The total net receipts of cott .n report?
ed from nil pom to-.iay were 1 ?..:'i
?.alert, exports to (irc.t llritain,
bnleH; Krauco, ill) 7 4 bales, Continout,
?i8{7 bales: stock, 1,2 ? globales
'J'otal so far this w.ok: Not receipts,
1 r>^.3.>;i falos; export* to Oreat Itrituin,
(8,932 bales; to France, ;t ,Sj4 hales la
tho Coutiuunl. ,i;.,t.i i)..les,
l.iveuroob, January 2.-12:30 p m?
Cottou. fair bueiiie?? done, pri es stead
American middling, ;i i-fiii. Saio-. 1 .
Goo hales, American, I0,(>0(i!bates; apcou'ii
liou au.t export, 1. 00 bales; receipts,
tiuoo hikt report, ,~0.t00 bales, inoi m?
11,'iUO Americau. I utuius oi-onua steady,
iiiiih?'4 modsrats,
rsnriotu Cotton .Marken*
OrnotorTnK. Vindimin. j
2 Norfolk. V?.. Jvnuary 2. 1895. J
Norfolk and Weitem Bailroad-For
Nortolk. lot DaWa. other point* ?
balei total. 104 bales
Norfolk and Southoru Railroad?For
NorfolU, 131 baled, other pointa. 3
baltiK. lotal. 1"4 balea.
Norfolk and Carolina Rallroal?For
Ncrlolk. 13H bale? other poiuts, ?
bait*, total, Uli bales.
IS15. 1691. I
?Vedai'srtay?Toos) btraJv. Firm.
floo.l middling .5 9-U 7 ?-3
Mindllo? . . .M-l " 5-1?
Lewutiddllng.t 18-11 6 7 ?
liooa ordinary.is-K cs-iii
Bales. Bales.
Fair*. Ml 7.1 i
Ksuolpts. 37? 5.87!?
fruiemmt? .3.795 > 0-*
6tock actual.7J i:i fiJ,69J
\v i r ' > i. ?., s \ t. i: ta tut r? nail
Nuaroi.K. fa.. Jauuary 3 1835
f'roti ii I e
/>ouUrv?Clilossus. oia, 22'a25s.
Kiot?Dull; wiuluoio. I7utsjj per acz.
1. 'finu?J2lo. not pouu?.
I^-u.i??Iruh potato ???.-?outheru Hose,
91.Vna?2.Q0 per barrel; Uayrnans, uew,
76a?t)c. vellow. S'O.itl.
Staffiert! Fruits ? Bananas, 70ca$l.OO
per bunoh; oranges, Sorreuto, 91.61)
per boi. e.iaosnmi, 91.UJ par bag
of 1CU; pineapples, ba7o.
?? rat ii.
I' is Dull; black eye peas, stetJy,
92.0f)a2.2.> por bag.
Oot-?-Markot. steady; Western white,
52c: inixod. 4Je; t-OJth-ru white, lie.
O-tit? linn; Mlxe i. ;pai-c.
If: .fer i ?Market stea IT; Urau 917.00.\IS;
BbipstofT, or U> Illing*. ?18')0al:?.00;
Mean wnite bolted, per 50 lbs., 53o;
llomiuv, (5 c.
Mav?No. 1 Timothy, H4.C0; Ho, 2,
?13.50aU.09.
fro* i m lino.
JTijI?Mackerel. No. X, in ki-gs, 94 35:
u*w, small, *12 5U: uns, medium, $'.1.25;
No. 3, in kogs, f?.uO. Herring, Family
Hoo, ti 75a3.35| Eastern, in barrels, #3.75
?3.76
31rf? Ii -/?Steady; family mass, 915.25;
second grade, 99.75.
ffitiiM?auiithfleld. 14|al7o.
1'ork?New mess nork, tl4 CO.
lluik Uralt?i lour rib, 7jo.; fat baoks,
8-c: bellies, 7fc.
.S en. der??Milit?r oarud, 7o.
Baton?shoulder-, i.e.
Bmasts?Sncar Cured. lOJo.
Lani ? Pure lard. 8 l-4o., tlerooj;
sompouu i, 0c, oomponna, iq oases,
bjc.
O'wfsr?Oream. 10al2o;] Western Dairy,
10c, as to quality.
Flutter?New York State, dairy, new.
21c; fresh oroaniery, 3310.. Westum, lu.u
l>c.
Ktroirnt Oil?Firm: xi'J degree), 10a
He.. I50dagroe?, 8ado.; Red, 150degress.
tUallO.
Pcanm instrkat*
Market, quiet; Prime, Ho; strictly
prime, 2c; fancy, 2;e; common, lal|.
I.uaibrr SlfarlCet*
INYholcaule Ouotanous. |
Qyprti* Lumlttr?Market in Rood do
maun. lio.ir.is lx??In leet lone;, 919.00:
boards, lxti?1G rough, 910.tMlall.00;
boards, 1x13 to IS iucu?10 tout clear,
931.00a35.00: boards, rough, wide, ilO.OJa
13.60) scarce and ill ilemauu.
Kllu l?ried.
4-4 No. 1,10 iuebes, i1?.O0; 4-1 No. 1,
12iuohes, *la.50; 4-' vo. 1 o i,o. 91G.09;
?1-1 No. 2 edge, $l: .60; 4-s No 2 stook,
*1:"..0U; 4-1 No. 8 e. go. *J.a?: 4-4 No. 3
stock, ill. 50, bill uir dried, 9b. 5Ua
13.00
Air Dried Plna l.umhor'
4-4 Hooting dry and clear, $11.CO;
4-4 rough edge", best. 510.00: No.
2, 3S.0J: No. 3, 90.00; 4-4 rough stained.
$7.00: small Joists, 99.00; large Joists.
$3.01 aio.00; 2x1 LO-soantUng, 99.26.
stave narlti't.
Market dull, except li white oak;pipes,
lie 1 o .k seasoil over. Prime red onk
hogsbea a. t ; .00; culls, lU.OU: whin- oak
bogahoa is, prime. 940.00; culls. 930.00:
wlnto oak headiug. prime. 9til.00ai .00;
culls. $36. 0: white oak pipe. SCO.00; culls,
$.13.110: white oak barrel. 93:1.00: culls.
Sir?.00: wliito oak, octavocs, 927.0ja-j3.00;
culls, $G-.uOa-i.iiU.
Miiitsrle UarUet.
S'iiii<?V.??Quiet: No. 1 hearts.9S.00s7.35;
No. 2 hearts. 95.00a5.50; No. 1 sup,
s .i.e. No. 2 saps, 94 60a5.00.
I.Iva Ktoolc niiiriti-t.
Market?firm.
Iti . ii in" - Caitie?Extra fat ftoer?,
tr. m 1,000 to 1.2 0 lb-.. Slate, Ib.:
lair to good steers, from l.OOito
1,2 0 lbs,, .1 c lb.; fair uul s-i-er.-,
Irom O.i to 9J0 1 s. 2a3 o lb.; common
rou h steers, from Mio to i.ooo lb.
2 aijC, lb.; oxtea 'at heifers, from
MM to 1 .< 00 lbs.. 3a3 ?. Ib.; con.mo i
rough bbifi-rs. from ooo to i.ooo I a..
I a o, lb corom u to lair cattle, 2]a3e.
lb heifers, .-a o,lb.; bulls, .a:.., Ib.:
fat ow i 'i;,;ib, milch cows,.915to
? ,511 porln-ad
Buli a?Good extra, from 1.000 to 1 3U0
lbs., 2 a !,c. It).
liooa, Live?Choice packing aud
butchers', 15U to 200 Ibs.,6ta640-luOe. Ib.:
small size, ll'O to 125 lbs.. Go. Ib., good
corn (o l hoe.", .in . e.: cointuon to fair
bogs. SaOo : light nigs, Cc.
Srcef?(Joo.i prime, Salle, lb.) com?
mon to fair butchers', 3a3?e. lb.; rougn
and soalawags, 2a2)C lb.; butchers'
sbeep. 3a4 c. ib.
Lauds?SJaSo. lb.
Calves?Oood, 3a4o. Ib.: yearlings,
l]a2o.lb.; cointnou yoarliugd, Ia2(0 lb;
calves. 2ia4c Ib.
siiifriNfj >r;?s,
POSTS OF NCBFOLE AND P0DT3
UOOTII. January 1, 189L
A.BH1VAL8.
British stram-hip Olcngoil. DavicLou,
New i ? rk, to the N A T i o. to luad.
British ateam-i.iji liiivai inu. Newpoit
News, to tho .n A 1 Co, to load for Llvci
pooL
i ritish -hip I or, at King, Lelliauo.LSod
t ii. u ballast
S. h'Onera /a hens, She:man, ( hain
bera New Haven . obn i; Sw< eny, HI h
bee, Baltimore M n.amiu K 1 oule. Itoss,
I rovl.l noe, lu Wm, l amb A to, fo
co >l.
hoouor Cnrrie L, UoPearion, Balti
more.
t-eboonor O U Glidden,Falen, Thomas
ton, Me. light
Tag Edg r P. 1 uckenback, Ke n, New
York with buige Paritan, to Wm l.amb
a i o i ? coal, an 1 barge Coal Kiug, to
Newport N^w
MEMORANDA.
15 t'\ Currio Wiuslow ).asaed in tho
Cai e- at noon
The following vess la are at I'orts
mo ith. snout unit teen miles below il .i
terai.bouud o it 8'choouers Johil VY It all,
Jr. . nmtuers; J t; MoNaugbton. Outteu,
New Vor?. tlOO A llo??l. lie einige. Ada
Usury, Hill, t> ? or.., b.is.tu Portur,
Luptou, 1 altiuioro.
Uli Ukmh, V*?i January W? w>?
Cloudy. Northwest wiuds; 12 mileo. Light
?Ott.
CLEARED.
Schooner Virginia Rulon, Lenk, Now
York, with lnui. er.
Schooner hphruim end Auim, 'i'ravers,
Baltimore, with lunibor.
L'arcei 1 ?inel I louuoy and Noroue,
Hoboken or New York, with coal.
BAILED.
Prttiah steamih p Loui;lniz? Ho'me,
Milhgnu. y an bester v:a Newport Ntwi,
With I.06O balci cotton ?n other onrxo
Norw. ki?u b*rk I'ritico Qsorge, Johau
nejecu, Rio, with coal.
? lie Wny
to reach catarrh i? through the Mood.
Heed's fiaraaparil.a, bv piri ving the
blood, remo.-? the < auso of the disea-e
aud permanently eure? catarrh. Tako
ouly liood's.
Hooo's Pii.t.3 act easily, yot promptly
an i efJectivaly, ou the livor aud Lowe.'
I 2io._
Ami>n.' Dur COtfON '-ni
Cloudy weather iu the cotton belt
yfiBterday.
Uuited 8tnto3 ports rccoived 19,
798 bales cotton yesterday ugainst
32,323 bales last year, and bl,767
bales iu 1892.
Liverpool future market advanced
1 to '2 tlLths. closiug firm.
Now York futuru market declined
5 to 7 points, clo?iug barcdy steady.
March, .*5.5'i to 5.51; August, 5.77 to
:5.78. Sules, 89,700 bales.
New Orleans receipts for to-day
are estimated at from 13,000 to 15,
, U?U bales, against 11,978 bales last
yoar.
ltoceipta at the fivo leading in?
terior towns ho far this week, are
54,071 bales, against 89,736 bales
lust year. Htoeks hnvo increasod
7,'275 bales, Hgniust a loss ol 1,'JS7
bales last yenr._
IX?W nan iniri, Mitrlli-r.
New YottK, January 2.?Kale,
firm; Norfolk, ?1; epiuuch, higher;
Norfolk, 8iu5.
POTENT ? PRICELESS
For ALL SKIN DISEASES
Prompt
AND
Unfailing.
Will permanently heal
Eczema, Salt Rheum, Tet?
ter, Poison Oak, Ring
Worm, Pimples, Dandruff,
Itch, Itching Piles and
every kind ol eruption. It
softens the skin and effec?
tually removes all blemish?
es. Eminently superior in
restoring and beautifying
the complexion. It has
been tested in innumerable
cases with unvarying suc?
cess.
Sold bv all druggists, or
sent by mail on receipt of
price, 50 cents.
FOST?R RIEDICINE t ujlPAXV,
ItHllluior.', Mtl.
CTFOSTER'S GERMAN AHM Y AND
NAVY HI.001? ?IT1ERS will cleanse
the system an I drive out all impu i?
lii a. It is both a 1 uritier ru I an tu
vigorator. Pleasant t> t o taste.
Effect immei ato. In large hot. 10s.
j 1 00. at all (it u;;i;i;t
Plek Tteadacne nod relievo nil Hie troubles Inci?
dent to a bilious state of Ihe system, such as
Ihzziness. Nausea. Drewsloess, Distress after
eating. Pain lu the Side. ?r While their most
rcuiarkuhlo success bna been tihown in euiuy
ITesdacbe. yot CinTis's I.OTU i.rvsa Vina
are equally valuably iu Constipation. curing
and preventlnc tins anuuTinif rompUml. whilo
thev also corrcet all disorders of the stomach,
stimulate the liver mat regulate the bowels.
Even If tbey only cured
Ache they would be almost priceless to th098
who suffer from this distressing complaint;
but fortunatelT their goodness does not end
here, end those who once try them will find
these little pills valuable In so many ways thai
they will not he willing to do without tbwn.
but after all sick bead
WlDebAno of so many lives that here ISWDeTi
?.v<riBfeo our groat boast, our pilla cure II
wniie others do not. -
?.SiAFlTRH'B brrrta Livra Pili.? are very atnas
?no vary easy to take. One or two pills rnaJnj
L2y?- They are striotly vegetable and on
?PSTipeor purge, bot by their untie
K*J8 ?II who nie ttaera, Io vials at 2& c*r*8
TKMSQt $1. Bold everywllere. or sent by OiS
0A3T2B HSDIOBTI 00., V:-t York. . . .
5naD M SnaLSose. Mfe
?V'OKFOLK AND RAPPATIANNOOK
i> ROUTE.?On ant arm ?dUNDAV,
l o. nnilier .luth, ihn steamer Csto \< il
leave hay Liuo wharf, Norfolu, e cry
Siiuaay at 9 a. tu,, for 1 appahonnock
und Jutoi in -di.ite landings, lieght for
the- 0 points tocei e.t Saturday a. lor
lauding* beyond lappah.unock ueig.it
r celve.l as usual.
d?2J3m WiL RANDALL, Agout, Norfolk.
CHESAPEAKE
AND
?*"SN
lUTi
OHIO ?A1LWAT.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. ISth. 1891.
TWO FAST TRAINS KOR KU H.MONI..
TWOTHROOOB TKAlNS FOB CINCINNATI
WESTWABD.
I.i Portsmouth.
1.1 Norfolk.
Lt Ol?! Point.
I.i Nowpoit New?.
Ar Richmond.
.vi Washington.,
Ar W. Clinon Korse...
Va Hol Springs...
Ar Cincinnati.
Ar l.uii ii-vhIc.,
Ar > hitagu.
ArSt l/ouis.
Nu. 1, I No. S,
Dally I Pmily
7 40 a ml ? 00 p tu
IMim 3 80 p ra
J . U ,i in 4 Ollun
9 0 ' a m 4 IIS p tu
II 80 a m 6 80 p m
18 40 p tu II' 10 p in
V UU p in 6 30 a m
. ?er n?te
x i>6 a in 5 nO p m
II 67 ? in 9 90p tu
8 30 p ui 7 30 a tu
C 58 i> in ? 45a tu
t Daily except u Ii !ot
No I, Cincinnati" and St. Louis Limited,
daily, with Pullman Old Point tj Clnciuuatl.
and St Loul?. Meali toned on Dluiug Car
wem of UoraoasTiU*.
No. 3, F. F. V.,daily with Parlor Cart, Old
Point lo Rlebmoail and Pullman Sleepltig
Ctr. Itn Union j t.i Hinten and tioidonerille lo
Cincinnati and Louisville. Hi j 13 coned ou
Dining Cats. Co lueui at CovingtOD, v ..
only ?n Monday! \Vo tne-d ?'.-? ami Satur a-s
?r Virginia Hol Springt. No. :i makes local
stnnpenst nf Gordons* lie.
Steamer Ixnilia arrlToa at Norfolk. dai>>. 13 OJ
noou ton 6:80 t>. m.
For furtlicr information applr to
, B. T. BKOOKE. Pssseaget Acent.
C. A O. Ticket Office, Urauuy street,
Vt der Atlantic Hotel.
JOHN t>. POTTS,
_ DlTillon I'aaneiinei Agent.
ATLANTIC AND DANVILLE RAILWAY
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JULY 1st, 1894,
I.e.-in LVmpant's wbarf, Portsmouth, daily,
9 a. in.
I rave shippers' compress wharf, Norfolk,
daily, S:'.'u a. m.
l.?-a?u lV?si Norfolk daily. 9.45 a. m.
Kor Danillle aud all intcnueuiaie stations,ar
rlTiuy at DanTille at 6:28 p. in.
I chic Portsmouth, daily (exoept Sunday) 3
p> tu.
LeaTe Norfolk, 6 'JO p.m.
Leave tVi-al .Norioik 5:?5 p. in
I or Lawreurenile aud intermediate points,
arm i ii t Lastrencevllle at S p lu
l.e ie 1 .awreucoTjll* daily (except Sunday)
?tS a ra.iriliiug al DanTille ?110 a m.
Connections mado at DanTille and Jc dress
Junction lor all nnnts in the feu bern Hail
?'i y system: at l>onni>tou .Him tlon for Dur
l am South Hi.stou and all points on tho Dur?
ham riiiioion o' the N. and W. R. R.
I'ulluj.u Sletcer? oetwaeu DanTille, Ashe
Tllle, .Ulnnta. .? urmtn. Memphis and N*W
Orleans.
Tickets ?. asl? and ba^agt m.-kuJ at
Walke's Agoncy. Brandt's I li ke: Agency, t'o -
pun Acriuy at mi?ll. Norfolk, \V. V. H.
Willianis' Aeoucy, Portsim u. h
W. H. TAYLOR,
tieueral >>. i . ,;>? .?. j< ut.
CO A I,. COAL.
WOOD AND COAL
ANTHRACITE:
NUT,
ST0YE,
EUG,
FURNACE.
, , Wo.l acrcoued.
FOR CRATES:
SPLINT M eal SDllnt I.
BUSSEL . i ItE^K,
EQCAHONTA8 LUMP.
TOM'S CREEK.
QUANTITY AN1> nrtLlTx* UUARAN
TEED.
Well Seasoned Wood.
GEO, W. TAYLOR & 00.,
NO. 47 ORANLY STREET.
?Thone 34.
CHRISTMAS FIRES!
Do vou waut to ki o ' warm, have bom ?
cheerful aud liric.li , .'or both young aud
oid ? Then try our
Coal and Wood?,
VVe hare a large supply cf the best
Anthracite Coal.
? Also ?
I BITUMINOUS. KPLINT, BUSSELL
GREEK,
And other COALS that Idars and mriko
home botnt bright.
WE HAVE A LARGE Ui'l'LY OP TEE
BEST
Pine and Oak Wood
THIS M \RKET CAN GET.
Lowest Prices and Full Measure
Guaranteed.
The Nottingham & Wrenn Co.,
62 MAIN SPULET NOBFOLK, YA.
PHONI: No. 5.
C O A. L !
All kinds and sizes of
Best Quality
Constantly oa hand
I^IiMB, CEMENT,
Plaster, Bricks, Laths,
TERRA COTTA PIPE,
"ewer, Drain and Chimney Pins.
ALSO FANCY OUIMNEY CAP3.
B?TGHELDOR & COLLINS,
No. 05 WATER STREET.
TRAVELERS CREDIT.
To lave cost, Um. and trouble onrry
AMERICAN BXPRESS COMPANY
TRAVELERS CHEQUES.
Good anywhoro in tho worll at fucu
value without special Identirloation.
feiiacipsJ. ofiioa ol Co.. fco Dreudsraoj^Y.
VKM\vni*anw (iumn.!i::.~
SEABOARD AIR UNS
SaHaLa
%tt**iirmrtr tri
ABSOLUTELY TUK SHORTEST AND
QUICKEST ROUTS SOUTH, ONLY
17 HOURS TO ATLANTA.
6CHEDULK IN EKKKOT ?1uhday DE.
CEMBERSj .189*.
60UTU UOUNlJ
bv M.n.Ik HVn
It I'oriMtinuOl.
Ar Suth.lk .
I- raukliu.
Ar 11?.yk na . ..
Ar Pon.i Hon.N
A r M ii r1 tot*'
horo. N C.
Lr I.e^iTanTN '
Ar Wcldon. N i
lr Hdidcr
? .hi. N c. d... .
It Purl ?n. N i
it Raleigh, N c
\r >n Pinea, N <
A r Hainlet, N C
Ar a lesboro.Ni
Ar Mooma, N i .
".mi.i it
No. 41*
No 403?
< h:.r. t .?. n
Lv Monroe, v t
Ar Che.MCI . s 0
< lint Ii. S IV
Ar Greeawood.Sl
Ar Aucusta, Ga
Ai Abbeville". S <
ArKlbcrtoo, Qi,
Ai Athcai, u? .
Ar Mnron, Gk.
Ar Atlanta, i
i .".it i in
1 '>7 |> in
15 01 |> in
G io ji iu
; l ? p in
7 I ", p m
8 0". p ni
y oi c i
9 15 a i
?J N a
10 :tt) a
10 Aft a
11 M a >.
I 52 p ii
4 oa p n
; ??7?
i 6 JT P i
I; 15 p ni
g l p u
9 no p rr
1000 p ni
I'60 p iii
.2 Ii' a
|IS ?? H
II .'i. I
I .''11
?-' :u a
:; io a
U t0 a
> 10 p III
;i 00 p in
947 p in
ii .<.: p in
1 14 p in
?Sup
Llue.
?1'a.ilj-. B-Lreakrast. D?Diuucr.
per.
fro 41 connects et Woldou with A.
I uIIimnii leapt i- Por aiuoutli iu Atlant.i. lia.
On Mondaya, Wednesdays and Krldeye con?
nects al i i.ink!in with tieamar ohvo lor i den
pan ^n l :.in:;, oa tho rivor. Connects at
Haicieii it,n, Southern |{a| ?115 fur Ashcvllle,N.
U'!'?'"' ','lc""'',|iHlc polnli on the IV. N. C.
No . 405 and 41. Vestibule Limited Traia. No
extra fan- vVeldon to Atlanta, ruiii.ian Sleeper
Portsmouth to m m 1 oe N. 1 . c..ct-. <ii
re. Hy at Atlanta wltli W and A. It. I?. lor
Chaltnnoota. Nashville ami nil noun. Wast.
Connects with A. a d W. I'. R. R for Mobile
Monigomeiy.N'ew Orteana and all points South.
TICSl.
No. 4'. Fly inc. Scotchman, makes all stop*
between I'uiimii utli aud lloyklna and Uvii.
Ion, eouuectlng at tvmll.Lm for Mm lie 'shore,
N.C.
ARRIVE.
?No 4f>:. Atlanta .N'ucial 7:"0ani.
?No. 88. Maii and Express,S:So 11 111.
? il. i ii i?? k - on iniiuii, 1 ? 0 1 a. ni.
For i Ickete and baggage checks to all points
Benin and Southwest, sleeping cai re?erration
end genual (nforinailon, ? ull a or addresa
J. VY. BROWN, Jr.,
raasenger and Tnkol Agent. 77 Mein street,
Norfolk. Ye,
\V. v. 11. WILLIAMS
217 Hieb M" f, 'o l?" ? th. V'n.
JOHN ii. WINDER,
General M?natter,
T. J. A ?? PERSON,
Qeneiai Passenger Agent.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT S'OV. lN 1801.
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY'.
Uiiicmaw niprsn?
I'eitailiilii!, HicU*
runtiu r-.iiu v. .1 a 11.im 11>>i,
nr.11 (or I.V tlelllMI I U,
Hunuiilli', 14 nil IUr?i. It I no
Sir 111. t'Ol'lllMIIIIUe.KtMI
OVI, I 11 111 in in. ? mitt
tiiii BKii, Met)|>?r esonsi.
Olitl ?<> ? " I 11 IU II 'I 1, II II II
oiit oiiaUKu. .11.0 lor
I'll luvi.li I, iineiol. Kiiei,
VIII?'. ?-liiiiuintiiiiit iiiitl
?it termed Issiti 1.i>,_
ftilliiiMn MroO' r. Uud.
fiira 10 e.'UiiitituiPoiru..
10 CO p B-i-or Pelerauurg, Ranford, ru?
in ki, Kriatol; eise lor 1;.Id,
and I'ocauoutas u so for Itecky
Mount ami all Station] on Wlu
atou-Salrm Division. Has PjII
uian sleeper Nortel! to I'.oan
DKe Co 11 ne u nt Roanuke ai
7 iu ?> in win, '\ ashingion i"d
Cbauaueuga, limited "tor all
pom ? South and West, Pull?
man Burners Koanoketo M-m
ptilsnmi Now Orleans. Dining
r&r uiiai'liud
A It R I V &~.\orioik ?;, ly.S '-'oa m, 11^6a ui
S: p 111
NORFOLK AND BI< HMONu,
iu, ar
ritij Ki^liuioini 7:00 p m. tou
Deciine lor Washington, Haitl
111 ire, I'biladel iii.i and N. w
Yort. Returning, ease Rich?
mond 9:011 a in arrive Nonolk
11 j.s ? in. .-' p. ouly ai !-udolk,
Waver y and Peteraburg.eecoo I
riBsa tk-keis 1.ccepied tor
saata o on ibe,e iiniim.
oiiirr ,t.,ii_v 1 rain leave Nor?
>o|ii 70 a in arrive at Rich
niuna 11:05 a in. Returning,
leave Bichinond 8;I0 p m, ?r
rive at Norfolk 8:40 p m.
For rurthrr iiii?ri,iiiilnii .i? in tickets, rates.
*BK*)!?. CbS k?. eic. is 1 eu 01 r.ii'ir.?'? K W
1 tJORTNEY, Dinrlol I n- enger .?.?out; C H
BOSLEY, rickol Avon . 86 Main street, corner
ol GranbT, or C E FINCH, A cent, depot Nor?
folk aad Western railroad. 1
General V? .enger Agent,
tiencial utf ,e, It lanoke, Va.
capa
Chailos
Roote
KowYorH, Philadelphia anil
HorfoiK Railroad Go.
BIXBOUBSQUICKER iiia.na.mt OTHEB
THHUt'UH DAY and N1QBX EXPRESS
EACH way.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT S'OV. 19,1891,
LEAVE NORI-OLE.
7.t?a.ni. duily, eseept .-iinasy?(rortamouth,
High eirool, 7:30 a. rn.) Arrlvoat
Phllioolphlaa: -i p.m.; New Yorkal
f:, p. m
LEAVE NORFOLK.
1:10 p. m. lia ily, (Pol ismo'.ith, High itreet, 6:53.)
Arrive at Philadelphia 6:10 a. in.;
No* i ork 7:48 a. iu.
aKKIVI at NORFOLK.
9.00 s. ui. daily (Portsmouth, lllsh street, 9:10.)
leaving New York S p m : Phliadel
PAKu!vK,Ai,NOR.....K.
8-06P. m. dally, except riumi.y- (PorUmoutb,
Highatrent 8 1^ P ?? 1, leaving Now
York ai 8 a. m.i Plillaiieiplila. 10:'20a.
Clo^e co'n'nertiau inane with alt rail aud
sound llne? to snd from Hu'ion.
fullman Sleeping Cars on night traiu? oe
tweon Jereny Hty. Philadelphia and Capo
Chsrio?. I'nlMnr... B'ifTfit snd Psrlor Carson
day trai,,, between Philadelphia sod Capo
JM-TbrOOgh tlClteta sold and tiagvago check
ed At Walke s Agency, under Atlaotlo Hotel,
and on the steamers.
p.. a. COOKE, Uou'l Agent.
l Oil PETERSBUBO, NEWPORT NEWS
I' CLAREMON'l SCOTLAND AND JAMES
RIVER LAND Ni S.?Sim e 8, A. McCALL
jene, N. v.. I*, .t N . Ii R. <l < k atC a. m. every
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY lur
above point., reaeblng Petirsburg ah.i il ."? p. in,
Connecte with A, AD, R, R. at reotland eltb
' 1 air to Petersburg only SI and SI.'^j; rouui
MeaU lerved on steamer foriOc.
Tn keta sold on steamei.
i irig'it received daily for above nrtinii.
i he McCa i can he chartered for exeursien
eurpists any lucsduy oi llmr-day ni^ut at
Sei^ewtalaa iiJ?.Ki:\
Utuiral AgeaU
11 ?rctmvwr.iBiUP rinrn?.*
11HE NORFOLK, ALHEMAKLE AND
ATLANTIO RAILROAD 00.,
Hilft? W. Dart. i v,..?(_?-.
W. Van Norden, f H006-*0?
B0HK.O?LB IN KPFKOr MONDAY,
OOr. 1, 1894. AT ? O ? LOCK A M,
Leave Nobi-ols.
daily kxctcft sunday.
7:C0 m ra, Mixed,
ll-.io.im. I.oral Express.
3 on p in, Lora Express.
5 3 > i> in. Lot al K* press.
SUSI" V 1 RAINS.
10 30 am, Ixir.il Express.
SOU p in 1.0' sl I i. i OS.
Lravb Viuoimia ?rra,
DAILY rxi til t RUKDAla
9 00 am, Local Express.
Mills'
Local Express.
Lora' Express. '
M'Nna v TKAIKS.
Local Express,
l.oi'al Express,
I in hi Express Trains mako (hs trip In forty*
five niluuios
Mixed Tiuins one liour aa \ teo minntei
B. I*. HOLLAND.
_ 'jenprai Superintendent.
OHPOLK and (.ahul1iu RAILROAD
CONDENBED SCHEDULE.
IN EFFECT NOVEMBER l*>, iggl.
1*48 p i
4:18 p iu,
* 30 p m.
1:30 p ill,
8:00 |i in.
N
STATIONS.
Lv Norfolk, Va.
Ar Sutlolk., Va.
Ar Tunis, N C.
Ai Hobgood, N C.
Ar Tsruuro. N C
Dally.
8 40 a in
9 44 n in
10 88 a in
III 87 a in
I
Ar KorSy Mount, N C.11280 p 111
Ar WllltaniMun. N C.
Ar Plymouth, N C.
Ar Washington, N C...
Ar Kinaton, N C?.
Ar Wilton, N C.
A r liotdtboro, N ?:.
Ar Wilmington, N C.
Ar Paystterllls, N C.
A r Florenee, s t!.
Ar Charleston, S C.
Ar''nlnmlila, SC.
Ar Augusta, Oa.
ta, .
M
i i.s n m
3 05 n in
6 48 p
4 ; 0 p n
7 I r. u m
ii 13 i? i,
in mi |, nt
:i "Im in
12 18 p in
7 H i ii III
loa.
Daily ex.
-uiiilay.
2 10 p in
3 01 p m
4 09 p ui
5 IS n in
* Ml I. til
0 28 p in
7 80 |> ni
a mi p in
7 88 i. iu
7 35 p .,,
in Sil p ni
7 20 a in
o 00 a ui
i.' si a in
3 im a in
6 10 a in
11 hi a in
v 10 a in
12 IS pm
11 nu i, in
7 a m
ii ietj? in
ArSavauuali. Ga.
A r fackaouvllle, Fla.
Ar Seliua. N C.
A i Raleigh, N C.| < OS !'. in
A r ?roioisOoro. NC
Ar Ashe?llle, N ?'. i ::4(ii. m|
i N".,'':; \\*}% '?'?'me. is with a. i. L train i
ror nil paints houih.
No, Ittl Daily, except Sunday, maVei rloso
Minnccllon at IJnbgo .1 for tVashiug'on N I
KinMnn.N. >\; I'lymouth, N. C nnd all East
. ru i er Una pout-, also at Rocky Muuul win
A. i I., train IS for all points Pouih
Irani, arrive ?i Korrelk 8:45 p. m Dot It
All ? at In 25 a. ii'. I i.iilv, , i opt S.lav '
llsggtp checked ?i company's Norfolk whaii
nd ulni ?1 office <.r Passenger and Tickcl
A, i in, in. Mam sin 'I.
-?or tickets to ail point* South, sleeping cai
erYatlon rnJ general Itil.lation, call on
oraddr.bs .1. A. NI UOEIIAI ER,
Passenger and Ticket Airent,
JAM I S P. MAI PIN,
Gsnei al Poi warding Agent.
T. M. KM I R$ON,
Ge-iersl Freight ami Paeai i ger AkCnt.
Q.M SRRfi 1.1,
General Manager, Norfolk.
NORFOLK AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD
COMPANY,
BCHEOTJLE IN EFFECT OCTOBER 1, 1894.
MAIL AND EXPRl KS LEAVES NORFOLK
daily (except 8nu.iiiv> B:45 a in for Elizabolll
City, Edcutou, MioV.'v'h Perry, Knurr. Pan
j tv.o. Itelbaven.otc. Connect* at Kdvnton with
N. Ar s. IL R, Bteainor an lOllosrs: Daily
(except Sunday) for Plymouth ami
Windsor. UKM1AY, THURSDAY ami
I HATUTtDAY for a I isndings on <'bo?an
river, on MONDAY au t FRIDAY I n
s >uiip*riiuig river, au i WEDNESDAYS
lor Salmon , re k. ? one. cant Mellhntsu ?rill
siramer Paren Poll.- for Makeleyvlllc, Soulh
< le-k, Aurora, Washington am itrenne liato i
landings.
KVENlNQ EXPRESS LEAVES NORFOLK
4 in p . , ,i. ii. (except Sun..ay) for Ellzahel
City, EcUnton tun wuy-stailous, Connects at
Elizabeth City with the tte.imtr. Neu-?
and Newbcrn M-n a< lust I ?. h rdnu d
Ss r ai lor Newliern, Hoauuke Island ami
Morehcad < itv, Klnsten and tleldsboro via A.
.t N, 11. R. It., and lor Jacksonville, Wlluiing
i ii N. P, ami all stations on I he W. N. ? N.
It. I'... and ui EdSUton dally with iti juiiT foi
Plymouth.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
I MAIL AND EXPRESS daily (erropt Sun?
day) at 4:28 p iu, aid Express daily (except
Sunday) al U a in: ronnect with all rail aud
I steam Hues al Norfolk ror Ihe North, Baal ami
West. Paisengsr and freight stations foot or
East Main street, Norfolk und Weslarn depot.
13A8TERN CA'to IN A DISPATCH. IAS!
Ii KREIGHI LINT AND OLD o I !? 1' N
! 1 between ai points North and East via
Norfolk and Norn- x and -o Ith? n Hail load to
K ? ein North i aruitua.
I- reigld received daily and Inrwardeil prouip.
4 at i>w rut' I
' For Itittlx r information a; plv to the General
001 oe of the N. It S. It: It. C..? Not folk, Va.
H. f. HUDCTNS,
General Freight snd Paascnger Ag nt.
M. K. KING.
? ;? neral Mans er.
1.ALT1MOKE STEAM PACKET COMP A NX
D (DAY LINE).
P.EDUCED RATES BY THIS FAVORITE
LINE QUICKEST PABSENUKIl AND
FREIOHT ROUTE BETWEEN
THE NORTH AND SOUTH.
COMMENCING MONDAY, April l?t, lg'jl
Lv. Ponimouth, High stroet.15:80 p. in.
Lv. Norfolk, Main street.16 15 n. in.
Ly. Old Point, llyguia 1'ier.17 00 p. m.
Ar. Baltimore. Uuiou Di.cc. 7:30a.m.
Lv. Baltimore..'1 B 08 a.
Ar. New York. * V;o p
Ar. Philadelphia... ''0:4? a. in
South Ilouud.
Lv. Now York
l.y. 1'hlUdeinhla
Ar Baltlui iro.
I.v. Bsltlniors, Colon Dock.?0:80 p. to
Ly. " Canton. 7 on p. ui
Ar. Old Point.- " <>o a. in
Ar. Norfolk. a. m
Ar. Purtsiuouth. 8:30 a. m.
The titp i.y ibetoste.nuori. aRwnis auioat on
joyanle null on roe Cbesipeak? Hay, passing
tlirou^h Hampton Heads aud harbor of Nor?
folk, with vlow of ail otoerts oi interest loci
dem tu those historical localities. Offering un?
? .:{ ..??>? i sorvioe In every psrticular. Largo
ami luxuriantly furnished s?ioot>? and stnte
roomi, boated by steam and lighted by elec?
tricity.
llcko's sold to all points North, East nnd
West and ba^gnge cnecked to destination.
Ststeroonis reserved upon application In nenion
at the conipany'a otileo.No. 77 West Main airee:,
or on hosrd steamer.
Prelght will not '"' recnived after ?00 p. m.
to so forward that Ja.1
Forturlher Information appiy to.
W. RANDALL, Agent
1IUtly exrept SunJav. 'Daily.
i ilYDE'S REGULAR LINE i
\j FOR I'll 11 ADELPHIA?
Only dlrecl lino fium Norfolk to
i hlladelpbla.
Until lurther order,, steamer, arc appolu.cd
tOhjilfr in Norlo k every Monday, Weduo
>i y and b.ituiday ai U p. m . ami from Phila?
delphia every Tuesday, Tl.utbday and Salur
UaJTj1..hhi'.lsuf lading 10 all points South
an,i Southwest vinS aud R.,Atlantic Ci>.?t
l i?p and Viratnla and Tennessee Air Lino
BallMsd'. JAMIr- W. McCAllRICK,
' General Southern Agent. Norfolk, \S
i WM. P. CLYDi. A CO., Agants. Phlladolp?la.
Norfolk & Washington
Steamboat Company.
uT.li.0..".rw l?j powerful Iron palace itgiotn
WASHINGTON aud NORFOLK will 1mm
daiiy us follows:
_ NORTH BOUND.
Sienmcn learo Portsmouth, foot of
Noi til street at.5 50 a m
Leave Norfolk foutofMatbewsstreet.atJ 10 p re
J.-iivc tild Point at ._.7 20u m
Arrive Washington at.........'."g 47 a to.
B.&0. P.. It. PaKsr. R.R.
Leave Washington at. 8 00 a m 7 M a tn
ArriyePblLdeiphiaat~.il io?ra 1107 am
Arrive New York. 1 r,; n m 1 43 p "?
SOUTH liOUND. li.AO it.lt, Pknn.R.R
Leaves New Vork at .11 : 0 a tu 11 00a m
Leaves Philadelphia tu... i :i.; p m 1 30 p in
Arrives Washington at_ 4 :iOp ra 4 .'iOp ra
Steamers have Washington at.7 o-i p ra
A rrive at Fortress Monroe at. 0 30 a ra,
A riive .11 Noifolk at. 7 ?0 a m
Arrive at Hoitsruouth at. 8 09 a m
The above sciiedme yiv., p.uaengcrs from the
North n lay over ol lw? hours aud thirty
minute* in the evening b.-iWe taxing the
steamer, Ibus affording an opportunity of see?
ing the Capital of 'Im N itlou.
The trip down the historic Potomac Hirer
sod Chr.apcake Pay on the elegant steamers of
this company is unsurpassed, The ateauera
nre comparatively new, having been built In
1891, ami an- hi 'd up in themost luxuriant
manner with eleetrll liable ?all bells and it- ra
bent in each roan. The tables are supplied
with every delicacy of tlm sea-ou r,oui the
markets of Washington and Norfolk. Tickete
on sale at B .t O. ticket office N. ?Sc Collie?
at W. T. Walke's.
For lurther Information apply
D. J. OALliAEAN,
Telephone 441 ^.^n^.
merchants' AND miners' TRAE Li
DIRECT ROUTE.
FOR BOSTON AND FROVIDENOB.
Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY. aul
FRIDAY atG:(Mo. m. FOIt BOSTON.
FOR PROVIDENCE.
Everv TUESDAY and SATURDAY at
5,00 p.m.
FA HKS TO BOSTON aud PHOVIDENOBt
First class, including meals an.1.
saloon atatoroora berth.$ 9 00
Bccond eiaaa, including tuoala and
berth. 700
Pi rtphauli' froigiit ?aut via l'rovl leaoe,
forwarded by early train to Boatou, aaJ
at the s.me rato a-: by direct steamers to
Boston
lViiHhable freigbli not ro:oivol Utee
thiiti 0:3ll p, m. ou exiling days of Boston
bIh|h i UU ea.ling d.,ys of l'rovideuoo
ships
l or furthor information apply to
lt. 11. WRIOUT, Agout Norfolk. Ya.
A D. BTEBBINS, Ana t l ariff m'gr.
w.P. TURNER. General P**s Agent.
J. 0. WHITNEY, lg ff. Manager.
General offices, Baltimore. Md
old dominion mmi
I
FOR NEW YORK
nA8SE-<QKU SHIPs ARE APPOINTED TO
J sail from Norfolk on MOND Y, TIJ-.3
DAY WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY nml SAT?
URDAY at iili ,i in. i roui New York, eu
(MONDAYS. TUESDAYS WEDNESDAYS,
'l in ltSDA\'S|ai .t p. ? ,i ? 4 ||s
in
passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
F?H)i Including mean and stateroom
h. itn.i 8 Oi)
Faio, round trip, llaiitei! to thirty
days. 13 00
I*er tickets and reservatlou of siaicro '"is ap?
ply ai Company's ottlce 77 Main street. or 111
general olfiee at wharf. , , ,.
1 ' RRI HMU.nD?S 'ips ' avr Norfolk every
HfUR-DAY, n. iu. a?>?' ea*? Newport News
e?cry SUNDAY an'1 'TUESDAY eve ting, ar
? ring at Richmond Iba n xi morning.
ITU ME SCM EDU I.K OF BTEA M ERS NORTH?
1 mampt11n, LURAY ACCOMAOK, VIR
? ilNlA DARE r.nd ISLE OF WIOHT,sailing
daily, except SUNDAY. Leave Company's
wharf, Nortolk.
PO*t Ol.D POINT?At C, Onto and 11:1 am;
mill 3:4B p 1 in; Porlsmoulb, C:4S and 10s 1 m
and ""'P m; Lay blue Wharf, Nor oik; at'/
111 d ItiltO a in a d 4 p. 111.
FOR HAMPTON AI 11:13 a m and 8:45 p
in: Hey I. ne 11:110 a in. and 4, p m; Portsmouth,
*' FOB "nEwWirt'' NEW8 AND SMITH
FIELD?AI 2:30 p ur, Portsmouth, 2:1S p mj
hay Lino wharf, :i;00p. iu
1; E.a.m vNDWAltE RIVE..H Dally, ex?
cel t "-in days, lesv ii* ? ompa> y's ? 1 arf at C:3d
am: Portsmouth, 8:45 a in: Bay Llue ?hart.
Nim folk,7 a in. _
Full BA< K POQUOSIN sndSEN I UN rivers.
Touching at < >l.t Point, leaving Company's
wharf MONDAYS TUESI AYS and FRIDAYS
ji B:30 a ni; Portamonlh. 8 4", a in: l ay Lino
wli Tf,Norfolk ?am: r IllMiivs m-st day'.
FOR NaNsKMOND RIVER and SUF?
FOLK.?At :00 p. B).; Portsmouth, 3:10 p.m.
connectingat Suffolk with W. It. Co ;R.B. and
Frelehl for Mai'1'0*8' hack, Poquoain, Ware,
Severn ami Naoaemond rivers rinnt be pre
pB\.'i 11 H CAROLINA D VISION?(Formerly
, ' s,. A W. D. L)?Sloamer ''Alheriuarle'*
lea'vrs Norfo k nr Washington, N. C. Mod.
days stop 111; Frldsys 4 a m,carrying freight
and paasencera for l\ eshli gton a< d points on
the Tjr, Pting" nn 1 Pi mllco Itivers.
Frclghl kt S'BWRERNE, N. C, received at
K ,v u. R. R. denet.
Freight receive! dally, creep'. Sunday, until
f-oip. ,? M B. CROWEI.L Agent
Jt?OR RICHMOND, PETERSBUBOr,
. OLD POINT, CLARKMOsT, NEW?
PORT NEWS an 1 .mines r.\er landings
direct by day h lit \ir ui'a Navigation
Comnauy't 1 lo? nt Steamor " Ovllu ??
1 A leaies 1 iv.ies Wharf. ? orloik.every
TUESDAY. 'Mil ItSDAYaU'i SATURDAY
nt 7 h. >n.. touching nt I'ort-inioutii. uld
Point, Nc\?po t ve?s going im I return?
ing, arriving at Ric iuioipi about ;ii>. m.,
connecting witn all evening traina. Hare
to Ri hiuonil tt.Sti; tarn 10 Itiobmoni
i n 1 r turn *-'. 11 aie t( HiclimourJ
and leiut u, xecon i-clas-. $1. licxeti
lau 'i cheaper than by : nv otliT route
tu Richmond Pc:cr bili%' Wavorly.
liiokafor 1 ant stations on Atlantic ami
I inn vi in raili oad and ail points via Rich?
mond, tickets for ale at ticket agencies
of Wnlko 4 Son. H. Bran-It aud on board
fcteamer. .
KvvFreight received daily huuday e)??
cerj'ted for nil above n?mc.l points.
JAML 5 NY. McCARBICK.
Agenl.
ROANOKE, NORFOLK AND
BALTTMORF STEAMBOAT CO.
Commeucing T?ESDAX. ?Teno '20th.
I^'.m. the Bteainera of thia line will leavo
BavLine .vharf every Monday .md Thurs?
day nt ? a 111 (or Is. 1 imore, and lniiva
1 aliiinore. i ier No. ;>? I igbt ^,.ro(>t whar:',
every 'ineadavand Saturday at j p m.
Freight received dallv.^ llANDALL
'1 eicphuno S. Agout.
,? >0 \N..EK AND OASUIKBIN Bit LINK
JV?Steamer LUCY, J. J.?oiio.i. luailor.
V7ill leave i.nuiineroo ntreoi wnarl eter?
WEDNESDAY at i p m. for Plymouth
anil all iio moxo river landings as hig?
eaPalmyra. S.O.. Windsor an . ah ian .
ingson the Caahie river, i reights
ce ve.. nn to 8 p. m. /?^??
rnation app'y w the NOTTINGHAM*
YfKl-'NN ? O.. ortico cojamorce ?w*CS
pharf. I'hone PiS.

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