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Composts auil Fertilizers.
In preparing for composts into which
yard inuiuiru enters ono of tho first
points to dooido is what phosphates to
buy. Tho Southern Farm gives tho in?
formation that tho largest portion of
aeifl phosphate now for snlo, whethor
made north or south, consists of Charles?
ton phosphate rook treated with sul?
phuric acid. To Rome it little potash is
added. Tho best guido for tho im mer is
to buy by analysis. That which contains
the largest percentage of available phos?
phoric acid is tho best. Tho freight is
the samo on it high grade article as on i
a low grado urticlo. Therefore, us n
rule, the high grado is tho cheaper of
tho two. Farmers ought to combino and
boy earlots directly front manufactur?
ers. They cau thus buy cheaper.
Tho kainit on tho markets is all about
one grado, containing about 12 per cent
of actual potash. In addition it contains
common Bait and units of magnesia, and
theso add somothing to its value, accord?
ing to the authority quotod. For nu
nvurago compost that made by Fur man's
formula, as liest promulgated by hint
telf, is as good as can bu made with
present light:! before, us. This formula
?was 30 bushels of each of barnyard ma?
nure and cotton need, -100 pounds of acid
phosphate and 2ou pounds of kainit.
Where to I'laeo ltrooricr*. I
Brooders should have a bouse set apart
for this operation, oven if they are of
tho outdoor pattern, early in tho Beasoii
especially. Later the outdoor brooders
may bo used in tho open air. Tho brood?
er house preferred by a Country Gon
tlomnu correspondent has aboard lloor,
windows that admit thosuulight on tho
Motherly sido of the house und room
nljont tho brooder to sreuro exorcise for
the chickens, which, if very early in
tho BOnSon, cannot he advantageously al?
lowed to run out of doors. The house
need not be expensive. Even a building
inclosed on three sides, opon to tho
south?a mere Bhed?will answer, if
ono uses outdoor brooder:;, though a:i
inclosed house is better. This corre?
spondent has used brooders in a cellar
and had really good success with them,
but prefers a houso set apart to their
uso. It is not necessary, however, to ex?
orcise so much oaro in tlio location of a
brooder as in that of an incubator, for a
hatched obiok has much groatcr vitality
than tlio nnhntched germ. Still the
inoro favorable tho situation of th?
brooder, other things equal, the nioro
satisfactory will bo tlv> growth and du
volopment of tho chickens. .
Corn In the Southwest.
It In tho opinion of Texas Farm and
Hauch that tho southwest can raise
muro corn per acre, uiuru pounds per
bushel and with greater certainly of
yield than any ether portion of tho con?
tinent. That journal calls attention to
thu fact that a few years ago The Amer?
ican Agriculturist oftorcd $000 premium
for the heaviest yiold on ono aero of
land. It was won by Znohariah Drake
of Marlboro connty, s. c.. with a thor?
oughly autht nticnted yield of 2GB hush
els of shelled corn. The next highest
yield was made in Vale? county, N. Y.
?101 bushels. Careful estimates have
been uiado that give southern corn a
Blightly higher feeding value than north?
ern corn. Tho total feeding value of I t
crops raised in the south ctldor Tho
Aiuerican Agriculturist competition
was placed at .*7-' average per acre.
.Same number of acres raised in tho
north ami oast nveraged ? *>-i per acre.
"Just wait until cotton goes to ac?
cents per pound," says tie- authority
quoted, "and seo thu farmers of tho
south go for hogs and corn thu succeed?
ing year, and then see where is tho best
'corn belt. ? Texas cau prodnco onongh
corn for export to feed a dozen westorn
states and soil it to them cheaper than
they cau ralso it themselves. And she
can feed hogs and sell bacoiltOlllG farm?
ers of Kansas and Nebraska on such
terms thai they will have to go out of
thu business and go to making butterino
und filled ebecse. We. claim to reside in
tho 'corn belt' of America."
Cotton After Oatfi
Foiuo southern authorities advise cot?
ton after oats. Commenting on this ad?
vice, American Cultivator says: "Any
northern farm- r will till tho southern
planter that tlio oat crop does not leave
the soil in tho best or even in a passable
condition for any crop thtit succeeds.
Oat roots aro especially oxhaustivo of
phosphates. Wheat itself does not tako
mere of this mineral from the'sei I. It is
just what is needed in making a thrifty
growth of the cotton plant. Even at
o cents per pound for cotton it will bet?
ter pay those who can grow it to dovote
their land to it to tho exclusion of oats.
Tlio two crops Interfere with each other,
eaoh taking tho sacio kind of nutri?
ment. If a fallow crop to precodo cot?
ton be wanted, wo should advise q( or
gta planters to kow crimson clover, not
to bo removed from the land, but ;a bo
plowed under na green in.nuiro iu spring
to help feed tho cotton plant. "
A rrlntr-r*? Epitaph,
JSo more, shall ropy bad perplex ray brain:
moro simii type's suii.il fae'u ray eyeballs
strain;
J\"o more the proof's foul jmjo crcato DM trou?
bles.
My orrm* transpositions, outs and doubles;
Jlo more t<> overrun nhall I begin;
2<u more be driving out or driving In;
Thn stubborn pressman's brow I now may scoff,
JBvvilcd, ?wrrweted. and Juially worked off.
?rErijii?W World?
GOMNSERCIAL REPORT.
Itluurv i*lnrk?li
i!v Southern Aaiooiatol Pres*.
New Youk. March C?Money ou call
easy atl)a2 per cent last loau at 2 pur
cent, nud closing on'orod at j per cent.
Stutliug exoui-uge D Itoatty, widi actual bus
iutas in bankers' bills at -tt-7iat"8 for aUty
clays iin.t 4b;>iilS.'j for I'.cmuu 1. Pustod
rates -?tli\4'.?". Comni(ratal bills, 486ta49/A
Government bunds eh a-d eatior.
?run stui't mabuki?.-losisu uies.
American Cotton Oil, 32f; Amer.'om tot
ton Oil, pre f 67ak8; Atnerio u Hugnr Refiner
lea, 911; America i Sugar BeSuerie >, prof,
American lobtcco, 01); American'lo
bneer, pre f.. 105?; AtsnMou, Toioka nu I
Mint., ho. ;t; Ualtnu.ite a.id Uhio, Kif; Cau
l a [do, 38); Chesapenko unit Ohio. 161 j
btc?Ko ?"d Alton, 1*8: Uhteigo, Eurling
tou and* Qmucy. 7Uj; Chicago this l'rus<
vi; Delnnraie ami Lacxnwanua. 157): Distil?
lers aud Cattle l-coders. VH. f rio, HJ: Erie,
iref . ltfl;General Electric 26): >1iuiuib t ou
iral, bl; Lake Erie ?n i MciUt i. 16); l.aiio
Eric ana Western, prof.. 70; Lake Shore.
Louisville aud KashtilU, 48): I.otiis
ville, Now Alban' an I CbicigO. 6, Man?
hattan ? onsollJneed, 1071: .Mem, his uu I
t;ba-lust >u,?: M Ubigau Central, Mil: Mis?
souri Pacific. Hi' M'.bilu .ui.i t hio. 12:
Nnshvil e mil Cbalti.n >.>ga. 01: United
fta ? 11.ordago, S|: United btates Cordage,
rot., s?: New Jersey leutral, ?01: New
'on. Central, ;'5i: New Voik ant Now H?g?
lau J, v'.ij; Norfolk and Western, pnf . im.;
.Norciiuru Pacific. 2J: Norttieiu 1 aeittc, pref.,
14; Northwestern 88): Northwestern, prof.,
IM: I ncidc M-il. Hi: lioadiug. 7]: Kock In
Und. 611: St. Paul. ;>4J. St. Paul, pro;'., 116;;
Kilver Certificates, Huj: Tcuuesseo Coal au j
lieu, 14); Teiiuoa-o ? i o.il ami Iron, prof.,
70 k-so.l:'1 oxiia l aaiflo, H|; Union Paoifle,
'.?: Wabash, 5i: Wabasb. prel . 13): Wcateru
Union. BO]: Wheeling aud Lake Erie. H,;
WLotliu/ nud base Krio. prof., 311; Alabama
.-. A; 104); Alabama, class 11, 10u; Al.ti.ani.?
? a t ?, 91ft hid: Louisbtua i s. 100: Ninth
'i.roliun i s. HO, North Curoliua0 a, 1301;
Tennessee Naw Settlement S's. 84: Virginia
leferrs.l. 8|; Virginia Tiu-t Receipts
6): Virginia Funding Debt, 69|; United Btates
i, rogisleroy, HOi; United States 4'e, oi
roiu. lrj. United Suites 2's. 96: Southern
ltailwaySs 10; Fontheru Itallwny Common,
uj: Southern liaiitruy Common, pref., 28&;
Scuth Oaroliua IJ s, iei.
Chlcuso .Uarlirlt.
OntCAOO, March 6.?Tho lending lumr s
rangod ?s lolloea vvheit closed Iu.it.
Corn cloied lower. Oats eluse 1 luwir. Po:k
clo o I higher.
Wheat?March. 52J; May. 61{a51i; July,
S). Closing?March, 01;; .May, ?Jj; July,
6lfar.ll.
C.obs March, 4 l; Mnv. 44J: Jillv, 44j.
Cl >-inu? March, 421; ilav. 411: July. 4lia4i;.
U.ms Mav, -' it:'.';. Juuo, 39; Julv, T,-.
Closing May, '.SiRlUj June. -Jij: lul.'. U7|.
Puna May. lu.421. Closing?Mav[ 10.63).
liiaii .Vnv, ti.074; ,iuiv, i?.il5. Closing
May, 6.53: .liily, ?.?7).
? s? May, 6.37); July, O CO. Closing
Hay, 5.4J:; July, 5.671.
Baltltnora Mnrkela,
RaI.TIXOUI , Mar. h 6. Flour, iirui: West?
ern supsrOuo, tl.80n3.UU; Western
l. a. $2.10*2.40 do family, i J.t'0a.'.7.:; winter
wheat ! a o:ii-. *?2 H6n3.l6: Hiring do. 8 I 4Uu
3.i 5. do strii ghl. 5 1.16s6 85. Wheat, steady;
Nu 2 red, 59in59ie: Steas.er No J ieJ. j:.;a
~ "(c. Southern wheat bi kample.MtiaC?c
om grade, d(i;a 9je. Uorii, kte.nl>. ruiio i. 47;a
]e,stearoer mixed, 47ai7)o;8imtlieru white
ooi ii, 48c; do vi How. 48c. < sts. stea y and
Drin N . 'i White Went ru. 8(ia:ti>ie No
mixed \\m tim. Sic, I'rovisl ns.
nuy; n:S(s pors, (43.50: liiilk hhoiiidcr?,
,iiort rib siilos. 7c: clear n iee c aiiKar
id shoulders. 7)?*: liaau, small. lU)e;
Ir.rge, lu;. Lard, r?fiu;d. 7;c CoVee
llriu. Nu i, lC'e. augar, oulot: grSAUlaied,
4.Lb,
Now Yorll "UniUelH.
New Yuri., March 6.?Flour, quiet aud
ctoady; wluti r wboat low grades. Si U0a2, 10;
fair io fancy, ii.' 5a3.7S; Uu patents. f)i tlOa
8.1.0; Mlunesotaclear, 9'2.33a3.(iO: >io patent,
iJ.-j.a, Oi; low ?\tr.i?. tl.9f.a2.39. Southern
llour. i;iiiet r.nd stsady; oommoii to fair oi
tra ^1 I0a2.7a: gOO.I o choice, do, t i.uua
.0 Wheat, i) :o". an.', weuker; No 2 red,
! store and alevttur, 68JaStljc a^oat. GJJo.
1 um, liuiet und oaa or No 4sje. elevator;
... afloat: ungraded mixed, 491o; s earner
mixed. 481ai9^c; N:> 2, 4Sla49!c. Oats, null
nil Btoiilly: No 2, .".aje. No i a into. Miiie. ini?
il Western. 34a341c; white do, 40c, Cut
aeats. quiet aud easy piekleJ ieii.es. 5Jc;
shoulders, 4<c bams. 7}ai)c; middles, Orm,
Lard quiet and tirmor: Western .loam, 0 75:
. 0.3UaU.37)e, 1'. rk. linn, moderate <le
mand; nies-, Siil.26al2.t0; extra prim-, uo.n
inal. Cofi'ee Itio, quiet aud firm Nu7. ltitc.
Husar Raw, qua t aud tiriu: lair ro:iu:n.;,
2 ll-10c: CelltrilUgalS MS lest: So Irl uu I.
quiet ami Arm; off A. 31a3 c; mould A,
4 11-lCc standard A, 313-t0s4c; tut leaf,
4 7-M'alIc; prinhtd. 4 7-lBalioj powdered,
4 i-ltia4le; granulated, 8 13-lCuli0{ cubes.
1 l-lGaliC.
Cation .UiirUrit,
Kew T .ru;. March 0.?Coltou, steady; mi l
illiux gulf, 5 15-lec, middling. 5 ll-l?c. Kn
lures t lo-oil steady. Mar. b, ?< 57: April. 5 57:
>.ay,561: June. 5 S3; Julv, 661 August 5 7u.
September, b74: Uetdlior. 680; November,
?st: December, 6R8, Pali's. |6l,2:i0 ini'is.
'i Ii? t tai i ci . omolbuited receipts of ^ ot ?
ten reported from all ports lo-day were
15 0i(> ba es exports to Qre.it britsin,
l.t-hl halo* to France, ? I ales, to Coilli.
unit C.H21 b .lra stock. 967.129 bales.
total ?o 'ur this week: Net r ceipti, B5,
441 bales; exports to Great llrita n, I9.6S1
hales, to 1 ranee. 6,903 I ales, to Continent,
66,066 bale-.
l.ivgarooi . March 0 -12 n p. m.?Coltou,
[ demand fair. American iiikdiiR. 8 132:,
Sidea. 12.000 bales; American, y.-.ioo hairs:
?peeulatiou in I ejiiort, . U>bnlos. Futures
upcucd iteady; domaud moJonne.
Norfolli Cotton markets*
OrnoKOFTnc Viroixian, >
NoBI'olk, Va . M ireb 0. lSf'5. j
Bealoard Air-Lino llsilroad?For Norfolk,
21 lei ca. otl.er | unit,, 233 I ales, tjtal,
!?61 I al-a
Nor.'ulk and Western Railroad?For Ni r
folu, i,01 baloa, ulhcr points, 10 bules; to?
tal. 077 bales.
Nor;olk and b'onthero Railroal?For Not
folR. 208 bales; other pclr.ts, 181 bales: to?
tal. 386 bi oi.
Atlantic aud Danville Railroal?For Nor
'oik. 7 bales; other points. - ? bales: te?
ll. 7 bslej.
Norfolk and Carolina liollrosd?For Nor?
folk, 169 bales; other poiUtS, ? bales; to
tal. 10i Utos.
ISf.?. 1S94.
Wsdeerday?Tone: 1 um. Flrta,
<ii?..| middling.,r. |.3 7 9-US
Middling .5;na 7 1-4
it I !..?,?.4 8-1 C 18-16
(i.-.td ordinary.4 i-s t i-s
Halft. Hal s.
... . <94 l?i
Ittcelptl.1,774 elf
Suluiuouli.2,1'Sl 1,124
1 -Uik, Bijlual.U9 5J1 6J.1S-'
wuuLt?Ai.i: :?!? <? I ? I l(?>S.
NoarOLK, Ya.. March 0, 1S95.
r rod lire.
rein Trv? Chickens, old. 20n25c,
Eoos?Dull; wholesale, 10c p:r doz,
llBESWAX 23o por DOUIld
ThUCS?Irish potatoes Bu'.heru r.ose,
ei.75a2 00 per barroli llayataUJ, ll.OOi i cl
> lOW, -1 U'al.sv
CASTOR IA
Castoria is l>r. Samuel Pitcher's prescription lor Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium* Morph lue nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years* use by
1>1 ill ions of Mothers. Castoria kills worms. Castoria is
tho Children's Panacea?the Mother's Friend.
Castoria.
CnStorin euros Colic, Constipa?
tion, Soar Stomach, i)iurrhu-a,
Eructation, gives healthy Bleep
and promotes digestion,
Without Injurious medication.'
Tko Contaur Company,
Castoria.
"Castoria Is so well adapted to
children that I recommend it us
superior to any proscription
known to mo."
If. A. ARCHER, M. I).,
lit So. <>x(or<l St., Brooklyn, N. v.
77 Murray Street, It. Y.
Southern Ekdith?Dauauito, 70ca$1.00 per
bunch; orange?. Sorrento, s4.g0 per box:
cocoanuts, 41.00 per bag of 10u; uiuor.pples,
Prorlaipnaa
Flint?Mri. korol, No 2. in kcgi, $4.25; new,
?mall. tll.nO; new. modiuin, C9.2V N 1 X iu
lie^?, *:i r-0; Herring. Family It le, 42.70.1
Eastern, iu bairel*. i3 0 'iiS.T.'?.
Mass Poe? -New, ?11.60.
Hau- -fim tin el I. I ? 'ilTc.
Udlk Mhats?C o ir r.b Cc; fat lacks, 6}c;
bellica, Gtc.
Sum i.Dcaa?-i s >r cured. Tc.
liACOX?Shoulder?, "Je.
liarAHTT?Sugar cured, lie-.
1.4ri, Pur- lur.l !<c, iifr:cE: compound;
Cc: cimp mud, in in>es. 1j0.
CiitENK? ream. I0al2c; Weitem Dairy,
ISei as to uttnlitv.
HirriRn Now York Stats, duirv. new. 21c;
frc-j-ii creamery. 22 r: Weateru. imt-c.
KkROHHNK Uti r,rm ll'i !ee.reos, TnS'c:
150degree* s.'Jc; lie I, ICO degrees, lOaiic.
SiiB.ir NlHfkct.
Market firm Local s.ilcs are I., ing male
to-d.iV an tol OWJ:
Powdered.4 03
i?i anulated..4 11
Confei'tiouera' Standard "A".:i hh
Au er cmi uu '.V.:i 7s
r'r.iukliu, uoariv white ??11'' .:i "l
('eiitffiiiiial. bright yellow "."II".S 4C
California ' it''.4 -to
Franklin Standard eitra M0". :t :it
Keystone extra '*0 ' .U 27
American exir.i "O".:i 21
Out of town prices at e depen eut uu de?
livery rates tj the different points.
i*emi nt itltarkei.
MarVoi steady; Prime, IJc; strictly primo,
2o; fancy, 2{o; common, lnl)c; Su.iuisu, S?c.
Cotluu Kotes,
Clear weather ia tbo cotton bolt yee
terday,
New York futuro contracts advanced
8 to 'J points, closing steady. May,
?.?l to 5.G2; August, 5.67 to 5.68; Oo
tolirr, 5.80 to 5.81. Sales, 151, 'J00 bales.
I'tiited Staten ports received 15,098
bales agniiist 12,00'! bulea last year and
12.215 bales iu 1892.
Liverpool fnturo market advanced
2-64lbs, olo.siDgsteady.
New Orleans receipts for to dav are
esttmiited at from 11,000 to 4,000 'baten
ugnitiHt 2,096 bales laut year.
Iteceipti at Norfolk yehterilay were
1,774 bales against 649 liales last yoar.
's lie'I'rucu instruct*
New York, March 7. ? Ivulo,Norfolk,
SI? 1.25; spinach, Norfolk,82,[email protected];
Baltimore, $2.50(7$ 2.75,
SHIPPING NEWS."
Port of Norfolk and Portsmoutb,
March 6, 1805.
AllltlVALS.
Ur Btnni Nntheld, Caeaap, Pensaeola to
London, to Will Lamb St Co, Coaled a>. 1
sailed.
lir stmp Clutl of Akabn, Qibaou, Boitou, to
Win l.;,n b A Co. to co il.
Uark Henry .A L.t;lineld, Hnlbert, Port
Ian i. wltli loe.
01 tirb sunt Thomas, Sawyer, Boston;
Cbariei M Pattersou, Tiinuell, Portlan I;
Etisha Oitibs. Kenner, New lie .ifor d; ttuuv
1 lion en, Obaao, ball Itiver, tj Win Lamb ,v
Co, fur < oat.
Kiii:? Wo.it Point, to Wm Lamb ,v Co,
for con!.
MLMOllANDA.
Rehr Virginia Union baa gone from Tunis'
Mill* to tho N A W dot ka, tu finish loading.
i-olir ? h nine I -Imrp I,a- uiiiie from Money
l'o 111 to West Norfolk, to i.uinb lo uun .
C?it IIknrt, V.l.. .March 0. ? la M. ?
Clear, fcoatlmoit wind; la miles. Light
sea.
CLEARED.
s. hr Mary EH (1 Dow, Hatch, Now Bed?
ford with conl
Sclir Sara i C Itopos, Kreger, l'ortlan !,
With coal
sehr ' larence H Vcnner, Watts. Balem,
with coal.
s hr Voum, Hardnot, New Yoik, with
corn.
S. lir Margaret. Viw Vork, w tli corn.
ItarKCs Moui-rcbuiid ilnoauley, Uoboken
or hew lork, witii 1 0.1 .
Cbamhorlain's Cough Kotuody gives
the be&t fatitfaotiou of any cough rued
icino I handlo, nud as a seller leads all
other preparations in this market, I
reoommeud it because it is tbo best
modicioo J evor handled for coughs,
colds and croups. A. \V. Baldridok,
MtllorBville, III. For sole by all drug?
gists. _
II sty.
Sevoral cars en route; must be sold;
also some ou track hero. Ii. E, Oweue,
?75 Water street.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
cures Dyspepsia, In?
digestion & DQ&Uity.
I It*VKI.KKK? ?.l ll>l .
'iuik NOKKOLK, Al l:; MAItt.K \\1> All AS
I I If ItAILItoAu CO.
Sil as W. Ill iii. i .... , ? S.
\Y. Van NORDI ?, i '
WINTER AND SPHINC SCHEDULE IN
EFFECT FltlDAl. PKIJ. I, lS'J?.
leavb xonroLK.
Mob m, UMf e*c?pt!Similar. Mixed.
V:23asa, Dally. Tbrottg i ?xerois.
J ' .' ? p in. Dalfr, l.i.ai Express
X:'0i>. ui. bally. Lo ill-; prtas
tVSOpin, pally except Sunday. Local Lx
prr?.
i . Op in. hi.' day ouljr. ThlOUfb Ki
irrjiA.
B. 15 p, m. Dal y except Sunday. Through
Express.
arhivk Noiiroi k .
C-.'Oaiu, l??lly ??<??! Sunday, Through
Express.
tl'iim, Dallj except Sunday Local I.x
jr.iti.-.
2 .'.'i l>
4M |>
Send;,,' OUly, i ?' il Express.
i'u I? except Sunday. Mixed.
Pally. Th ouch Kxprasa,
tall]
lia lv. l.-i -I i i|> '>?
Through Bspresi Train* mate the trip In
Ihlity-ava lulnulrsj Local lCxpreai Traits
10 11* li<e minutes.
A i lialr I'.ir ntlmllfd lo all Patsrngtl triiliij.
Svuin '.'' i cuts each.
B, )'. HOLLAND,
Qeneral tSitpei Intemleat,
iTTAMK AMiiiANVII.il U.UI.WAY
si I1EDULK IN EFEECT JULY Isr, 1S*>I.
Leave shippers' compress wharf, Norfolk, daily,
'Jo a. in.
Li are We t Norfolk, dally, ? t" a. 10.
I or batittiie and all lutaimi Hate stations, sr>
rivl . 1,1 Danville at :5 a tu.
i.e.ne N'iriuIL, 11:20 p. ah
l..a\,- Weal N.r'o:t.. IS p. in.
1'or l.awreocevllW and foteriaedlata points, sr
rlviug l.awr- Dccvlll* at U p. in
l eave LnwicuceTllte "'ally except Sunday)at 6
. in., arrlvlug at Danville al 10 a. in
Connection made at Danville snd .leflreM Junc?
tion f?r all points In I lie Soul hem Hallway tyeleni;
a; bonnlttou Junction lor Durham, ? oulh Itoslon
and ail puiMit i n the Durham Division of the N.
A W II. II.
Pullman Sleepers between Danville, Athevllle,
Atlanta Augusta, Mcirtpbli and Sew Orleans,
Tickets on sslv and c.e.;tfa|[>' ehe We t at w alle s
A get tf, Company's Agency at wharf, Norfolk,
W. V.' ii. Williams' Ageue*, Portsmouth
' W II. TAVI.OIt.
?,enei.il fa^ei.;. I A seat.
L.URE5 ALL 5KIN
AND
BLDDD DI5EA5E5.
Physicians endorse 1*. 1*. I*, its a aplendld
combination, and prescribe It with great
Satisfaction for Hip eures tir till fui ins and
stages of Primary, Secondary a i Tertiary
Si phllls, Syphiutio Itlioumailsiu.Scroi ulous
Ulcers ntid .Sores. UlaiiUulnr Swelllups,
Itlieumatlsm, Mniuriu, out Chronic Ulcers
that liavo resisted all treatment, Catarrh,
n ? CURES
ilOOD ton
skin Diseases, Ecsonia, Clirouic Koiuuto
CiiinplalntH, Mercurial Poison,Tetter, Scald
Head, etc.otc.
P.P.P. tr. a powerful tonte, it ml nn pvonllnnt
aj'peiiznr, iiuiiuing up tno system rapidly.
Ijtdlos whose systems am polsmioil ami
Whose blood Is In nn Impure condition, du"
-CURES
t?> menstrual Irregularities, uiv peculiarly
benellted by the wonderful tonloand i>i<xk1
.-- malm? proportion oflM'. P., Prickly Asb,
poke Rootand I'otassliim.
LIPPMAN BEOS., Proprietor."!,
Irjgjis'.:, L'.rpa.s's B;:ck, OiViinUH, OA.
Look on Blood Diseases mulled free.
YOU CANNOT LOSE MONEY;
If von carry
American wmi corns.
TRAVELERS CHEQUES.
Worth faco value anywhere in tho world.
Paul without personal ulentiticntiou.
Hrlitcluetl oilico of Co., O'j Urosnl
wuy, Ns *?
i It A Vl l.l.lCt' aVIORi
S.A.L.
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ROUTECOUTH.ONIiY 17 IIOURSTO
A n.ANTA
SCIIEDULE l\ I I I I >T SI NDAY, JANUARY
?20. IH>5.
SOUTH BOUND. I No. 47?
No. ?!? I No, 41U?
l.v Norfolk Kerry.. 4 HO |i in 0 OS n in, 8 'M |l in
1.. Portsmouth. . i 50 |> mi U IS ? in U 00 I? in
Ar SllO'olk ... |i in s 64 a in B 4,- |> 111
Ar l'r v kllll. 6 04 )> in tu SU n 111 In XI |> 111
A1 II lykina 1) : - -.? in in :.s a iu 11 14 |i 111
Ar Pondlrleii, N (' 0 to p Inj.?.j.
Ar Mm frees "i??? S
49 |i 111
Ar Lewiston, N t'< 8 o.s |> m
Ar Wi Won, NC? '
Ar Honderaou, N
11 si 11 in IS 16 ? 111
I 52 p m 4 10 a ui
Ar Harham. N C....I.j 4 Oil |i inj 0 10? 111
Ai llat.ii;li. N r. : .Mi |. in 17 a in
Ar so. Pities N 1' . '? !? in 7 lila ui
Ar Hamlet, N 1: ...j 7 at |> in 7 M a m
Ai Wadestort?, N C.: 8 tl 11 m 8 a; a ui
\r Muiiioc, N f..SI
an.I II...?.1 !' UU p 111 'J a in
\r 1 li.ul.ilti., N 0.In uu |.at a in
1 an |, in ;i si a 111
10 BO |> 111 In 61 11 in
12 1 a 11 111 I! ut it' 11
i.' ?; a in 12 i< p in
l.v Mnutoe. N I'
Ar Cheater, sr.
Ar Clinton.S C ?
A1 1 Irei 11? 0 ui. * r
A r Auguata, Ua,i
Ar Ahlii't lilt-, s r
Ar Klbcrtoii, (ia .
Ar Athens, lia.
II 20 11 in.
1 til a 111' I I t |> ill
a :;i a in a i-t |> iu
:i v a in 3 e.i i> 111
7 .'.J |i in
4 OS p 111
0 an
?Hails-ll Ib-cakftiat, I) Dliiucr. r) Supper.
Nu. 41 connect ?1 Wetdoii wllli a. r. Line. I'uil
ii) a u atecpora I'oitsmontli in Iu At lent s. lia
On Monilays. lYcdne-dsys. nud Fridays con?
nects at Franklin ?Ith ?leaai+ra (Site foi Edsu
Inn mil lauding Uli Ilm rivet. Con eels ?I
Raleigh with Southern Hallway fur Ashuvlilo, N.
C.mbiI ill Inleratrtllate points on thu W. N. C.
It. It
No403antl4l. Vestibule Limited Train. No
axua tare Weldon In Atlanta Pullman SIS l"i
Portsmouth to Monroe, N.C Conneti <U"- nr at
Atlanta, with W ami a lt.lt fur Chattannioga.
Nashville, and all paints t\esl Concetti with a.
nnd w. p. It it. :..i Mobile Montgomery, New
mi,aus andlall paints Southwell
No 7.Kl?hm 'eoihnlsn, make* all sto|s between
Portsmouth ami It ) kins and l.i w?i-ilou.couut.-.lli.g
nt PeuOlelun for Jlui'fte.i boro.N. C.
AltltlVK.
?No. 402, Atlanta ? pee al. 7::.nn m.
? N'n as, Stall uu Express 1: 20 p m.
? No.32. Klymg reMchman, u-.BA a. iu.
Kol tiekei? mill baggage checked in all points
Soot li a 11'I Suathwral, afceping ?ai reservat 1.11 sad
g neral Informal on, oil nn 01 nddresa W. V. H.
Williams 1; lllahatic t. I'oii-uiuuili. "a.
T. .'. ANDERSON,
lien. Pa?a, Agent,
K. ST. JOHN,
Vi.o rifM.li nt.
.1. W. IIKOWN.Jr.,
I'..-- ami I Ickel Act,
JOHN II. WtNDKIt,
1,1 nor ui M aua^er
&
o.WsOffDlkiWesiernBI.
BnaBBamTSBBBKSSBJ
SCHEDULE IN KFKKCr NnVI.MIU.lt 18, 1604
I.I avk NOItl til.a DAILY.
7:10 n.'ui.? 1 lie Chicago t. * press l or |
Pelaralmrar, la ? ? It 111 ?1 11 <l
HUll \l uililnilan, also liir
l.t uobbiira, uunuaki., |
Hail lord, liluolittiit, m
calisiiiiaa, ii.rnt?\i%, s'o
llimbwa uml ClMcagtw.
MeeiMir lt<?aii?bu 10 ? ?
liiiiilnic it iilioiu custMafcj,
?I no tar I'll ui?li I. Itr intnl.
It n<? w III?*, s Jin 11111111,*irit J
tMId 1111 er ineil 1 ill e Pulllla?I
? '11111111111 M. eiM r. It itilli.nl
III I Ii i. I III 111?,.: I
I0:C6 p. in. - Kar Petersburg, llailford, Pnlaskl, |
Iirui,.I. aim for llluetlohl, an.I I'o
1 annul v als, for Kia kv
and all sia 1.on tt Inalbi
line nn. Has I'lilluiaa
Nml ilk in 1: anoke 1 ..in
Ittiuioke ?I 7 in a iu with Wash?
ington sad l.'hattaniNitB, linitteil
for ail polnls South and West, I'ull
uian ale |er- Itoanoko to Memphis I
?.id New Orleans, Hin tar al?
ia he 1
a II K I V I. Norfolk dally, s 20 a in, lk2S it 111
Slip in.
NORFOLK AND ItlCIIMONU,
(vim uu 1.1 1 mil nn. >
la>avs Norfolk 4:85 p 111. srrivo |
Itlenmond . nop 1.innee n-g uu
Wtihlnglon. Ilaliliiiore, 1 li lade).
Ilbis ami New Voik lirti.ruIeK
Iran- Itlchuioad lelw a 111, srrivi
Norfolk II at a 11. Blons ouly at I
Hiidulk, Wa?erly ami l-iiri?i.ur*\
Snond-claas lirkela iu>: accepted I
In pa itx- ? a those linin
Othn daili li ons learn Norfolk
Mi a in. arrive at Bjchiuond 1
a in. In-turning, leave It'ekm
' 10 p in; arrive.nl Norioik 8:40 pm. |
F .r furllioi Infoi matluii Iu ilckola, ia
cage, checks, etc.. call on 01 addreaa It W.
M.i. I'.-tun l-.- in.-.i A)jrnt. C. II HOSLKY,
11. iirt tg. iii, >'??? Main -in a . ?? irnei 01
C.K, I unli, Agest, .1 pot Norfolk aud Western
jail.
1.. net al I'.
\v II Hi.Ml.I
int.
Iii n- ok
?JOItl OLK |ANIl CAItOI.INA ItAll.ltOAX) UI
DK.NSEU SCIIKDUI.E
IN I I I IXT NOVKMIIKIt is. IS!H.
S T a I b ISS.
Nr.. 23
Dally.
l.v N< rt.-lk. Vs.
Ar SuOolk, Va .
Ar Titnla, N. V.
Ar lloblioeI.N. ''.
Ar Tarboro, N. I'.
Ar I took y MiHint.N.C.
Ar Wllltanisloii.N. t'..
Ar I'lyi.?b. N.
Ar t\ oahlngt.N. C.
Ar kinst' ii, N. I.
Ar Wils. u.S. i'.
At Cohbholo, N <
Ar Wiimlngl .11. S, 0.
Ar Fayttteville N. t'.
Aril ireni e.S.C.
Art harlcntou. s. r.
Ar Cotunihla s. r.
Ar Augusta, "ia.
Ar All 1 la, <.a.
Ar Maeou.ita.
Ar Savannah, (Is.
Ai .laeksouvllle, KIs.
ArSsluis.N.C.
Ar Italelgh.N. ('.
ArOreeusI.,N.i ...
A1 Ashevillil, N.C.
20 p
60 p
M p ui IU
03 |. in 7
It p III iu
:;?> p n, ia
I t i? iu :?
1 ;.I
IX) p 111 11
;:ti a iu >>
15 .12
00 a in II
'.' a 111
<Kl a iu 12
58 p 111 11
08 p in .
an p li. ..
40 p 111 i
No in.;
Dally es
Kunday.
a iu p in
? OS P in
?I Ml p in
1 25 p ui
I t ,"0 p III
1 C .' I p 111
.' 50 p in
'.I en p 111
7 ... p cu
" 85 p in
Vl p in
au
0-1 a III I
SI n 111 !
ID a 111
10 a I
to 11 1
in a 111 1
15 pm I
mi
35
0 :...u I
40 p 111
N". a; Holly, connects whli A. C. U train S3 for |
all pol011 -..nth
No. uu Dslly eseept Sunday, iusl.<.s class ?
nrction at llohgeod foi Wuthluglon.N. C. Ki
Ion, N. C I'll uiuiiiii N.C. and all Kaslern ?;
hint points, uii.it Rocky Mount with A.C.
Ira.11 ? for nil points South.
Iiains arrive si Norfolk C:05 p. ra. daily. A'ao I
at 10:25 a.m. daily, except Sunday.
Raggaga checked al lOinpany a Norfolk aliaif|
snd also at omce of Passengei and rii-kel Agent,
Mam ?Irret.
Kor tickets to all pnlnts Soulb, sleeping
reservation sadigsneiallaformatlenn, esll on or
aildio-i .1. A. NKUtiKRAUKR,
lAMi- r
. nt.
T. M. E
Cener.il Krcltht and 1 aiaeugei Ageut,
C. M. SEID EL!,
Heue el Msnsger. Norfolk.
OANOKE NORFOLK AND
HA LT IM IRE STEAMBOAT O
rnmenrine Tl I>I'A1, June a.Mli, Is'JI, the
s.iinrrs o: t..is line wi.i lean- Hay Line
ery Monday ami 1 biitsday at 8 s. m. for BallD I
.re, ami 1 siolttltltn r.'. Pier No. 9% Light street
ti n I, even rueadaj and .-atuiua'y ai 5 p. ui.
relgbt tojriuii iliiiy.
YVM. HANLlAI.I.,
I'tltpUouo s. Agent, j
I IIA VKt.t:IIR? ?Ulli UK.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET COM PAN V.
(HAY LINK i
HI Dl Cl i> IIATKS RY THE l IVORITE LINE,
C|l ICKISt PASSENGER ANIi FREIGHT
ROUTE HCT WHEN THE NOKTH
ANl? SOU I'll.
COMMENCING MONDAY. APRIL lsr,l8SL
l.v Portsmouth, nigh street.10 20 p ni
I.? Norfolk, Haiti street.10 Hup in
Et in,i Point, Hjrgeln Plor .17 ou i> ut
Ar Haltlmoio, I n. Dot k 7 a tit
P. It. It. It. AO. It. II.
I.? Haltlntorc, * k <r, a in
N>? York ' i |> in
Ar Phlladelph a ' In 47 .1 lu
SOUTH HOt'NU I P. It. It"
l.v New York. |2 10 |> in
Philadelphia. 4 41 p ni
Hnitluiore I 7 OJp 111
11 :,<) \> 111
:i :o |i ru
G SO p 111
l.v Hsltltnoto, Union liuik.(CSOpni
l.v Itiltlniore, ? aulou...7 ti" i> m
Ar < ll?| P?i nt. 7 ?.0 a 1
Ar Norfolk. s On a 1
Ar Portsmouth. s ::u 1 m
1 be trip by ihtse steamers sdorda a inoal enjoy a
hie aail 011 the Cheiaiieake Hay, pa -inn Ihroiigh
llam|>lon lusts'* end Harlan or Norfolk, with view
nt all objects ni Inlensl iuo'denl to these his?
torical localities. (Ufering ?nturpasaed servlcalii
everi particular, lairgo ami luxuriaully (iirnlsheil
saloons Hint staterooms, bested by slcam and
I aliud in elevltidt)
Ticket-, sold In ad points N-rlh. L.15I and Witt
and Imitg.i^ti cheeked to tlestiual oil. Slateroomi
reserved upon .pslftcallon in |ierson at thoconi
pauy'a iiltlcv, No , ; Wcsl Main street, or on board
trautet
1 relghl will not bo received aller 4 p. in. to go
'rwui I thai day.
lot furl her Information aptly lo
\\. RANDALL, Agnnt.
(Daily exet pt Sunday. ? [tally.
.All LINE 81 PA MSI I II* I OK
Hue from Norfolk lo Ph Intleli hla. ?sSKlWfLi
1 mil further orders, steamers am api.im iu
tail front Norfolk every Monday. Wednesday and
iatuidat at i. p in., anil from Philadelphia every
rnesday, T hursday and Palurd ij
'through lull'. i>i lading in all points South and
S uthwesl via S ,\ ?. . Atlantic Cnasl Line ami
Vii dula and Ti nni ?aec All Line Kallioad.
?1AMKM W. M,< ARMCK,
Ueneral Coulhern Agent, Norfolk vs.,
w. p. ci.Ybi: ,v < o,
Ago its, Philadelphia.
Cape j New YorK,
Charles j ptiiiadeipfiia anil
Route J lorrolRB.il. CO.
SIX HOURS QUICKER I'll A N ANY OTHER
LINE
THROUGH DAY AND NIGHT EX PIUS'S EACH
WAY.
ECUEDULE IN EFFECT JAN. 20,1193,
?LEAVE NORFOLK.
a. ui. dally, except Sunday -(Portsmouth, I
High -t 1... t. MIO a m.l Arrive at Pblia<
delphla 6:62 p. in.; New York at S..18
LEAVE NORFOLK,
p. m. daily. (Portsmouth. High streit, 0:20.]
Arrive ai Philadelphia 6:10a. m.j) New
York I n a in.
ARRIVE A I NORFOLK.
?-'.uo a. in. dally, (Porlsn.b, High streit, 9:10.)
Iravinu New York I p. in.; ITnlalelpbia
11:10 0 in
AHRIVE AT NORFOLK.
;0."> p. in dally, except -un lay (Portsmouth,
llt;:ii stiecl, 1:16 p. ni. 1. leaving New
Vork at s 11 u. I*hlladcl|,hia, to 20 a. in.
Closoooniloclloil uiailr villi all tall and a inu.f
lacs lo ami front Hosion,
Pullman Sleeping Cats on nlgbl trains between
Jersey I iij . I'liilaasiplila ..ml Cape I htries. Pull?
man bull' 1 and Parlor < ara on duj trains Letwoin
Philadelphia ami < apt 1 Ihsi Ii -
Shr-'l lirougb Ilckeia sold mid baggage ebeeked
at W alte a AglUcy, under Atlantic Hotel, and on
iheatuaiiirr*. H. II. COOKK,
tiene at Agent.
Sbv CHESAPEAKE
^mjUlit^ OHIO RAILWAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MARCH 1st, 1833.
TWO FAST TRAINS FOR RICHMOND.
TWO THROUGH TRAINS FOII CINCINNATI
Wl SI WARD.
No. 1,
Dally,
No.
Daily.
Portsmouth. 7 4n a m :i 00 p in
N..i lolU . H i>" a in :i !MI pui
ni l Point. 1 "U a m 4 on p tu
Nawpoil News. U 04 a nt 4 ::;> p m
Ittchmund. 11 HO a hi c SO p ni
Waahlnglou. hi < ? p in It In p m
Forse.
- Va Hot Springs
? ? 11.? lanall.
Lnuiivllls.
?t thleago.
- nt. i.'i -i
1 " p 11
SO p 11
53 p 1.
-re note.
5 ."ai p in
'.1 M p in
; :to a in
7 46 a in
iDmy 0x11 pi Sunday,
No. I, Clucluiiali anil St. lands Limited d111 >.
will, Paiior 1 ar, Old Point lo CHllon f orge aim
i n i 11.ni Sleepers (lordonsrille Ih < luvinuntl and
St. IxHtlt, Meals ferved on dining tar west Ol
tinrdonsvllle.
No .'.1 F. v., dally, with IHillinau Old Point
to 11 ? 1 1 11 anil I'tillinau Sleeping 1 ar Uordenaville
lo Cincinnati ami LmilavlUe. Meals ?erv,d en
Dining Cars Connects si (Cnvingtou. Vs., for Yir
giula Hot Mprlugt. No. 3 makes local stops east ol
Oordonsvilfe.
Sleatuer Louise arrive, at Norfolk, daily, 12 uoou
and 6:30 p. tu.
tor li.nliri Inlntination apply to
Ii. T, brooke, t'eastnger Ageut,
c a o. Ticket on. e, (iranby street,
I nifi Atlantie Hotel,
JOHN d. PolTS.
biviflon Passenger Agent.
NORFOLK AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD COM
a PA N Y,
schedule IN effect march 1,1896.
mail ani> express leaves Norfolk
daiiy (except Sunday) 9:43 s. iu. for Elisabeth I
Cite, Edemou, Mackey's Ferry, Itoper, Pnnie^o. I
H<lbaven, ole. Connects at Edenlou with N. Jr. S.
I; K -tenner a? follow- liaily (except Sliudsy)
rl rmoitlli and Windsor, I'UrSDA Y, THURS?
DAY sod.SATURMAY for all landings on Chowau
1 Wer, on M'ltHAY and FRIDAY lor Si uppi-ruong
river, and WeiDNtSDAYS for Salmon t'rtek. Coli?
ne. I* at Ue lhaven ?ttti it earner Virginia iiore for
Makeleyville, South ' reek, Aurora, Wesbiugtuu
and iniormritiate lamliugi.
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVFS NORFOLK 4:10
p. in daiie lexical Sunday) for Elias bei h City,
l.denton and way -lati.'I n I onuectt at Eli/atietli
City with the steataei Neust and Nawbem Mon- |
da>, Tuesday, Thnrtdsy and hamrday for New?
Lern. Koanoke Island ami M?i?hes<l City, Kinston
and Go dthorro rls A & N. C. R. R., and l'nr ]
Jacksonville, Wilmington. N. C.aud all itsllous I
un the W. N. & N. It. It.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS daily (except Snnday) at!
1 23 1in., a ml Ex areas daily (except Sunday) ai 11
B. in.', connect With all tail and Mcaui lines at Nor?
folk for the North, Las', and West. Psiseugrr and
freight station* t ot of East Malu street, Norfolk
uiiil Weitrro depot.
DASTRUN CAROLINA DISPATCH, FAST
P, FRKIOIIT UN* AND OLD DOMINION LINE
between sll points North and East via Norfolk and
N'srii lk and Southern Railroad to Eastern North
1 atoh na.
I r.-iglit rr<jclve<l daily and forwarded promptly
at l?? rates.
l or further inforiiistli.it applv to the General
Dttice of the N. A S. R. R. Co., Norfolk Va.
H. C HCDGtNS,
1 (leneral Freight sod Passenger Agent,
I M. K. KIM*,
{ t/oucnl Manager,
Norfolk and'Twashin&ton
Steamboat Company
'Iii" New m,d nowcrful Iron's lacs? et_
WASHINGTON and NORFOLK will leave dally
lollowa:
NORTH HOUND.
Mi ami-rs leave Foil-mouth, foot of North
-u.i l al .a HO pox
Lea..- Norfolk, loot of Mathawa attract, at6 10 p tu .
I cave iihl Point ai.7 20pm
Arriv... Washington at..0 13 ? u
IJ. itO. Ks K. VKWM. R. r.
I.eavo Washington al. ?Nim 7 55 a m
Arriv.. I'liiladf phia at.11 10 a iu J10??h?_
Arilin Now York.v. 1 00 p m 1 43 pn
am hi not mi. d.Ao.h.u. p?x*i. n. r.
Leaves New Y.irk at.11 30 a m HOT an?.;
Is:a\ct Philadelphia at. 1 83 p nt 1 30 p nie
Arrive- Washington at. 4 30 p m 4 SO p lav
St.'iuupra leave Wa.lilntfton at.? 7 00 p ru.
Ann.' at I oi i rest .Monroe at. 6 80 a to.
A i rive al Noifolk at....... 7 80 a m
Arrive al Portsmouth at. 8 00 am
The above schedule gives passenger* from tha
North a lay ovt r of two hours ami thirty mlntitoi
In I ho etching helote taking the ?teamer, thus
iillorillug mi o|i|>ortiinlty of seeing tho Capital of
the Nation.
The tr li ilown the hUtotlc Potomac Hivor cud
? hctnpeakc Hay on tho elegant aleamcrs of thta ;
i oiupany It iinuii-paiscd. The ateamers are com-?
pa rat i v .dy new, haring been bullt iu 1891, and ara
fitted uu in tin most luxuriant manner with I
electric lights, cull bells ami steam heat In each
room. The tables ine supplied with every dnlicacd
ul I he 'olson from the markets of Washington Say
N.ik. 'tickets on iale al li. A O. ticket oUlcCj
N. .v i nlliceat W. *.'. Walke's.
l or lurthcr Infiruiutiou apply
J. U. CALLAHAN,
Teleiilione It I. Agent.
DIRECT RO UTE.
KOR BOSTON, PROVIDENCE AND SAVANNAH.
Every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FKIDA?'
at c p. m. i oli U08TON.
I OR PROVIDENCE,
Erery TUESDAY and .SATURDAY al B p. ra.
KARE-i TO BOSTON AND PROVIDENCH'
1 nsl clsta, Including meals aud saloon
slatcrooiii herih .% ft OO
Becoud .la-a, Including meals and berth. 7 OO
KiP. SAVANNAH.
Every SUNDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY aft
0 a. in.
1 ?" f irst class, im lulling meals and
'??'?'?> .?19 a?
i an second class, including meals and
buuk ... . yj OO
Perishable freight eent via Providence, for
wsrded hy early I ruin to Koaton. nud nt the ?tune
rate as by direct steamers to liostou.
Perishable Freights not locelvo'later than 5:30.
p. in. on tailing clays ol Hoslou bhlps; 4:30 sailing
days Providence ships,
I For fttither information apply to
R, II. WRIGHT, Agent, Norfolk, Vs.
A. I?. KTKIIRINM, Ass't Tariff M'gr.
W P. TURNER, General Pass. Agent,
J. U. WHITNEY. Trafllc. Manager.
General Offices, llultlmore, Mid.
FOR NEW YORK.
DASSENG Kit SHU'S AHE APPOINTED TO 8 Alts
j iroiu Norfolk on MONDAY, TUl-SDAY, Wls>D
NESkAY, TIIUIbsHAY and SA I'URDAV-iiTtTTtT
in. 1.i New York on MONDAY'S, TUESDaYd,
\\ I.DNE-DAYS, THURSDAYS al 3 p. at. SATUR?
DAY:-. 4 p. III.
Passeng n an.ini'inati'ns unsurpassed.
Fare, iu, Hiding meals and aialeroom borth...B 8 00
I'aic, rouud lilp, limited to thirty days. A3 00
I-or tickets and usrrv alien of siut i rooms apply
at ( iiuipuiiy'a ..Mi.",;; Main street,or at general
ottlee at wlmri.
I .ill Ith IIMOND? Ships leave Norfolk every
Till llSDA>r p.m. ami leave Neaporl News evsry
SUNDAY and TUESDAY evening, arriving as
Richmond the liexl uu ruing.
?pi nr. M iiiiiu i i; ui' s'fi;aitienv
I Northampton, l.iusv, Accomack, Euols and
I I- ,,t Wight, tailing daily, oxcept Sunday*
Leave Company nbarf, Noriulk.
I i?u Ui.If I'OIV i-.U 15:80 and 11:15a.
in and 3:4.1 p. m.; I'urtsnniutb, i. 4a and 10:05 an<t
. . in.: Iiay l.inu Wharf, Norfolk at 7 and 10tS9
a. lie uml 4 p. in.
? UK II i.11 ??TON?At 11:16 n. in. and 3:45
p. in.: liny Line, 11:30 a. in. and 4 p. m.; Portsmouth
at 10 0 ' a. ui. and SKIS p. lu.
s ?sit > t.\? I'lttti ?yi.wsANUNiurm
Sll'.l.n At 2:3j p. in.; Poitsinouth, 2:45 p. m.;
Pav Line wharf,3 p. IU.
?/IIIS ?AM AMI WARR 11 R VEHS??
Dali-', except Sunday, leaving Company's wharf
al i, ::n a. m.: Portsmouth, 0:43 a. m.; Bay Lino
Wharf, Norfolk, 7 a. in.
t Olt It*. K, ??IIQl'OSIW A N BI SUV*
KtS,H It IC MIN lunching al Old Point. Isav
Ing Company's wharf MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS
anil p It IDA YSol - ?'' a. m.; Portsmouth, 8:46 a. m,,
Hay I ii i Wharf, Noifolk, al 'J a. in,; returning
'"t'o'lt ' NA**?.MONI! KlVf.ll AND
sll'I'ULIi- At 3 P. m.: Portsmouth, 8:10 p. m.;
. nnaei t ing at Millolk with W. J.. Co.. IC R. and S. .
and i . It u.
Freight tor Mathewr, Hack, l'oquosin, 'Ware,
Severn uml Nnuacaiond rivers must be prepaid.
.N..II : II OAltlsl.tfS s a?l V?ai ???.???For-?
inetly N N. A IV. D. U?Steamer Albemarle leave*
Nor'ulk for Washington, N. C. Mumlavs at 0 p. m.;
i rhlays ai I a. III. mrrnig freight and paaisngora
lor Washington and points uu t ho Tar, l'ungo and
Pamilco rivers
Height for Nowbcru.N, C, rcoslved at N. sett
S. It. It, depot.
riuntht received daily, except Sunday, until 5p?
,u. 8 51. B. CROWELL,
Agent.
I-OR PETEBSIU'P.O, NEWPORT N-KWS, CEARE
V Mo.M. eCOTl-AND AND JAMES RlVER
LANDINGS. SteamerS. A. Mi CALL leaves N. Y.,
P .1 N i: K, deck sill a. ui. every MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY and ITHDAY for abovo points,
reaching Petersburg aboul 5 p. iu. Connects wills
\ A D It R. ui Scotland with S. S. AS. B. K-",
I aic to Petersburg only St and 81.25; round trip)
$2.
Meals served on steamer for 50c.
Tickets .suhl eu ?teamer.
Freight received daily for above points.
The McPall can bet-bartered fur excursion pores
toies auy Tuesday or Tuuudsy nlaht at very last
rates. R. R. OOOKsi,
General Agaat.
1 Olt RICHMOND, PETERSBUHO, OLD PO NT,
I' (LA HUM un 1. NEWPORT NEWS and .lam. a
river landings direct by; d.iyllgbt--Vlrglnla Nsvl
gatiou i ouipiiuy's Elegant Steamer POCA1IONTA8?
leave. Clyde's Wharf, Norfolk, every TUESDAY,
l ilt HSDAY and SATURDAY at 7 a. ro., touching
ai Portsmouth, Old Point, Newport Newa going
unit icturiiiug, arili iugat Rlchmona about 5 p.
m., connecting w to nli eveulng tiatns. Fare la
Klcliinoud 81.50; faru to ltlchiuond and return
S2 50. im? to ltlchiuond second-claas, tl. Tickets
much cbetprr tha i by any other route to Itloh
nioud, Pi lersburg, Waverly, Hicksforil and statlona
,.n Atlantic and Danville railroad and all points
via lib bmoml. Tickets for sale at ticket agencies
ol Walk.- A -on. H Hrandt undion board steamer.
?jr I reiglu received daily, Sunday excepted, feg
all above named points.
JAMES W. McCARRICK.
_Agent.
IIOANOKE AND CASH IB RIVER EINE
STEAMER LUCY
leaves foot Commene aireet every Wednesday st 4
i m for Plsiiio ith and ltoalioko river laadlngsas
high us Pnlmjra, N. C. Windior and nil Ctsltla
river landings. Freight received dally.
?HIE NOTTINGHAM A WEENN CO.,
Phouu No. 128._Aftsats.
NUllKOLK AND P.APPAHANNOCX KOUTK.~
on aud aller SUNDAY, iDecetubsr Botb, tea
steamer Essex will have Hay Line wharf, Kei-fola.
every Snndav ata. in., lor Tappahooaoog; ami jay,
teruiediate Unding?. Freight far these polnl? re?
ceived Saturdava. For Isndlugs beyocd Tttfga*
hauEOik freight received as usual.
uauLo.i. a wu IUNUALLi Agaat, Worfclk.

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