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BRYAN'S SAYINGS ON
?When the desire to steal becomes
uncontrollable In an Individual he is
declared to be a kleptomaniac, and Is
sent to an asylum; when the desire to
grab land becomes uncontrollable in a
nation we are told that the "currents
or destiny are Mowing through the
hearts of men" and that the American
people are entering upon a "manifest
Plutarch said that men entertained
three sentiments concerning the an?
cient gods: They feared them for their
strength, admired them for their wls-?
dorn, and loved them for their Justice.
Jefferson taught the doctrine that
governments should win the love of
men. What shall be the ambition of
our nation; to be loved because It is
just or to be feared because It is
To borrow a Bible quotation, "A
house divided against itself can not
stand." Paraphrasing Lincoln's decla?
ration, "1 may add that this nntlon can
not endure half republic and half col?
ony?half free and half vassal." Our
form of government, our traditions, out
present interests, and our future wel?
fare, all forbid our entering upon a ca?
reer of conquest.
Great problems are solved slowly, but
struggling humanity marches on, step
by step, content at each nightfall If It
can pitch its tent on a little higher
ground. It was God himself who
placed in every human heart the love
of liberty. He never made a race of
people so low in the scale of civilization
or Intelligence that ft would welcome
a foreign master.
Destiny Is not a matter of chance, It
is a matter of choice; It Is not a thing
to be waited for, It Is a thing to be
No one can see I he end from the be?
ginning, but every one can make his
course an honorable one from begin?
ning to cud, by adhering to the right
under all circumstances. Whether a
man steuls much or little may depend
upon his opportunities, but whether he
steals at ull depends upon his own vo?
That the leaders of a great party
should claim for any President or Con?
gress the right to treat millions of peo?
ple as mere "possessions," and deal
with them unrestrained by the Consti?
tution or the bills of rights, shows how
far we have already departed from the
ancient landmarks, and Indicates what
may be expected If this nation deliber?
ately enters upon a career of empire.
No one has a right to expect from
society more than a fair compensation
for the services which he renders to
society. If he secures more It Is at the
expense of some one else. It is no In?
justice to him to prevent his doing in?
justice to another. To him who would,
either through, class legislation or In
the absence of the necessary legisla?
tion, trespass upon the rights of an?
other, the Democratic party says,
"Thou Shalt not."
I place the philosophy of Franklin
against the sordid doctrine of those
who would put a price upon the head
of an American soldier and Justify a
war of conquest upon the ground that
It will pay. The Democratic party is
In favor of the expansion of trade. It
would extend our trade by every legi?
timate and peaceful means; but It Is
not willing to make merchandise of hu?
BUILDINC OF SHIPS.
OFFICIAL RETURNS SHOW THAT
THE TEAR HAS BERN A
Complete official returns for the fis?
cal year ending June 30, 1900, show that
1,110 vessels of 393,16S gross tons were
built and documented In the United
States. Since iS5il tills record has been
exceeded only twice. In 1801. when 415,
74(1 gross tons were built, and in
when 432,725 gross tons were built.
The construction may be classed ac?
cording to the following types:
Schooners, schooner barges and sloops.
49'.'. of 109.605 gross tons; Great Lake
steam vessels, 25, of 97.S47 gross tons;
M-.im vessels, 2' of 9V.'i47 gross tons:
canal boats and barges, 523 of 71,860
gross tons; ocean screw steamships,
twenty of 60,369 gross tons (of which
all but one, the Maracalbo, 1,771 gross
tons, were built wholly or principally
for trades reserved by law to Ameri?
can vessels); river steamboats, 375 of
44,282 gross tons; square rigged ves?
sels, four of 6,205 gross tons.
The steam vessels built, 420 of 202,
498 gross tons, surpass the record, the
nearet approach being 1S91, when 4S8
steam vessels of 185,037 gross tons were
The steel vessels built, ninety of
196,851 gros stons. exceed the previous
record year, 1899, when ninety-one of
such vessels of 131,379 gross tons were
built. Cleveland, Ohio, ranks easily
first as builder of steel vessels, with
nine steamships of 42,119 gross tons,
followed by Newport News, seven
steamships of 2S.202 gross tons; Chica?
go, five vessels of 24,504 tons; Detroit,
four stenmships of 15,093 tons. For the
last decade the steel steam vessels
built In the United States aggregate
465, of 742,830 gross tons, of which 198
of 450,089 gross tons were built on the
For comparison, it may bo noted that
the British Board of Trade reports that
727 steel steam vessels of 1,423,344 gross
tons were built In the United King?
dom during 1899. During the ten
years, sixty-nine steel steam vessels of
194,080 gross tons were built at Cleve?
land and 110 of 138,593 gross tons at
The total tonnage built and docu?
mented on the Great Lakes during the
year. 125 vessels of 130,611 gross tons,
Is the largest In the history of that
region. The total for the middle-At?
lantic and Gulf coast, 605 vessels of
135,473 tons, exceeds any record since
1872. The total for the New England
coast, 199 vessels r" 72.179 gross tons,
has not been equalled since 1891. when
the product of the Pacific Coast, 300
vessels of 40.396 tons. Is surpassed only
by the returns of 1S9S and 1S99. Con?
struction on Mississippi river and trlb
uatrlcs, 217 vessels of 14.509 tons, is 9,
000 less than 1S99. The foregoing
figures do not cover yachts or Govern?
This Writer Thinks There is More
Disaster In Them Than in Those of
"I think," says Ella Wheeler Wll
cox In the charming May Success,
"there Is more danger of disaster in
early marriages than In those contract?
ed at full maturity. The youthful
choice is apt to be unwise. The man
whom a girl thinks she loves at 17
.would rarely appeal to her if she were
25, and the girl whom a young man
of 21 believes he would like to marry
would probably not bo his selection
if he were 30. A knowledge of the
world before marriage is conducive to
contentment afterwards. The most
unfortunate unions I have known were^
formed while the husband and wife
were still in early youth. The man.
when he assumes the responsibility of
matrimony before ho has reached the
age of_ maturity, hus had little or no
experience in the typical bachelor life,
and its attractions are likely to seem
much greater to him than if he has
already tested them.
The wife who was married very early
also feels the temptation to taste of
life beyond the prosaic domestic cir?
cle, although usually in less degree
than the man. She has not ex?
perienced enoufih of ballroom and sum?
mer-resort flattery to have wearied of
it and to have become cognizant of its
emptiness. There seems to her to be
gayety in life which she, whose youth
has been devoted to home duties, has
never known, with the result that she.
as well as hor husbund, becomes rest?
less. Unless there are strong ties and
will power to keep a husband and wife
who are in this mental' condition to
the road which leads away from this
temporary unrest they may stray into
bypaths which lead tn dissatisfaction
and ultimate misery. It is comforting
to know, however, that the number of
unhappy marriages is small compared
to the immense number of marriages."
Call and be convinced
that we can save you
money on anything need?
ed for home comfort.
New Goods Arriving Daily.
Of every description to select
Carpets, Rugs, Druggets,
Art Squares, &c, &c,
in all the latest styles and
in endless varieties.
All Summer Goods
?Sold at low prices on easy
New line Go-Carts just ar?
rived, pretty patterns low
319 and 321
Fresh Land Plaster
in oil, pork and pine barrels'
No. 1 Rock Lime
JOHN 0. GflMnGE
Dr, Anna Giering
of high repute. Ve<;
ttable compound for
Jl.W. Lilly Whita
KtgulaUve Ptiu, jj.
Wiveu without chil?
dren consult mi
UOJ E. Baltimore tju
"TBE NEW LINE.'
NorfoiK and BllantiG Terminal
The following schedule, effective 7:45
A. M., SEPTEMBER 13th, 1900. Close
connection made at Old Point with
Electric trains for Phoebus, Hampton.
and Newport News.
Lv. Ar. L\T ?T
Norfolk. Old Pt. Old Ft. Norfolk.
?7:ao a. ml 8:30 n ml ?7:30"a ml 8:30 a ih
9:00 a mjlOtOn a m| da 9:tK) a mll0:00 n m
10:30 a m|ll:o0 a m| da 10.30 a mill:30 a m
12:00 m I 1:00 p m| da 12:00 m | 1:00 p m
1:30 p m
3:00 p m
4:30 p in
6:00 p m
7:30 p m
30 p nil da 1:30 p mi 2:30 p m
4:00 p m| Ua 3:00 p m 4:00 p m 1
5:30 p in da 4:30 p m] 5:30 p m
7:00 p in| da 0:00 p m 7:00 p m
8:30 p m| da 7:30 p ml 8:30 p m
9:00 "p mUO-.OO p ml da 9:00 p m|10:00 p m
?Dally except Sunday.
Local cars for Lambert's Point and
Tanner's Creek will leave Norfolk at 8:90
a. m., 7:30 a.m., 8:30 a. m. und every 30
minutes thereafter until 8:00 p. m.
Local ears will leave Tanner's Creek
for Norfolk at 7:00 a. m., 8:00 a. m., 9:00
a. m. and every half-hour thereafter un?
til 8.00 p. m.
Schedule subject to change without
Bagage checked from Old Point Pier
to uny point In the city.
L. 1). MATH ICS,
seS-tf General Superintendent.
Tho new and powerful Iron palace
*teamer3 NEWPORT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK, will leave
ually as follows:
Leavo Portsmouth, N. & W.
S. B. Co. ?5:00 p. m.
Leavo Norfolk. N. & W. S. B.
Co. C:00 p. m.
Leave Old Point Comfort . 7:00 p in.
Arrlvo in Washington . 6:4j a. m.
Leave Washington, B & O.
R. H. . "8:30 a. m.
Leavo Washington. Penn. R.
R. ?7:20 a. m.
Arrivo In Phladclpbla, Pcnn.
R. R. ."10:55 a, m.
Arrivo In Philadelphia. B. &
O. R. R."11:27 a. m.
Arrive in New York. Pen?.
it R. . ??1:15 p. m.
Arrivo in New York, B. &
O. R R. "1:45 P. m.
Leavo New York. Penn. R. It. ?12:55 p. m.
Leavo New York. B. & O.
R. R. "1:00 p. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Per.n. R
R. *3:12 p. aa.
Leavo Philadelphia, B & O.
H. R. "3:07 p. m.
Arrive !n Washington, I'cnn.
R. R. *6;I0 p. m.
Arrlv? in WasbiiiKton, B. & O.
R. R. "<!:00 p. m.
Leavo Washington . ?0:30 p. m.
Arrivo Old Point Comfort. 7:00 u. m.
Arrive in Norfolk. 8:00 a. m.
Arrivo In Portsmouth. 9:33 a. m.
Leavo New York, B & O.
R. R. Ili30 a. no.
Arrivo Washington. B & O.
R. R. 4:30 p. m.
??Dally, except Sunday.
Tlcke's on sale at B. & O. ticket office,
N. & C. ofllce, at W. T. Walko'a and
company's oltice on wharf.
For further Information apply
D. J. CALLAHAN.
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
Tor Boston ?Mondays, Wednesdays, Fri?
days and Saturdays at G:uo p. m.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 0:00 p. in.
FARES TO BOSTON AND PROVI
First-class, including meals and
stateroom berth .111.00
SteeraKe. Including meals and bunk.. 9.O0
Perishable freight sent via Providence
forwarded by early truln to Boston and
nt the ??mo rato as by direct steamers to
For further Information apply to
R. H. WRIGHT, Agent, Norfolk. Vo.
A. D STEBBINS, Ass t Trafllo M'gr.
W. P. TU UN ICR. Oen. Pas?. A?ent.
J. C. WHITNEY. Trafflo Malinger.
General OtllCOS. Baltimore. Md.
NEW JAMES RIVER UM;.
? For Blrbmond and James river Land
Incs. Commencing SEPTEMBER Ulth.
UKW. the steamer Dupuiit leaves Hoanoko
Dock MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and
FRIDAY at 7 A. M. for Richmond,
touching at Newport News and James
Hlver Landings. Faro to Richmond, $1.00
straight; $1.50 round trip. First-class
meals served on board.
Old phone 60S F. V. ARCHER,
New phone 409. General Manager.
These can be made good only by
using the best Spices. We use special
care in selecting ours, and you will
lind them rich and aromatic.
Green Ginger, 15c. lb.
Mace, Cloves, Allspices,
Mixed Spices, Cinnamon,
Celery Seed, Mustard Seed,
Ii. im s ft.
296 MAIN STREET.
Patent Medicines at Cost.
Norfolk Iron Works,
GEO. W. DUVAL & CO,
NO. 15 WATER STREET. NORFOLK.
ENGINES, BOILERS, SAWMILL nnd
all kinds of machinery of the most Im?
proved patterns. Also repairing at the
shortest notice. Particular attention to
steamboat work. DUVAL'S PATENT
BOILER TUBE FURRULES are the
only perfect remedy for leaky boiler
tubes. They can bo Inserted In a few
minutes by an engineer, and aro war?
ranted to stop leaks, _
Double Daily Service
SHORT LINE TO THE PRINCIPAL
CITIES OP THE SOUTH.
ATLANTA. NEW ORLEANS. AUGUS?
TA. MACON. CHATTANOOGA, NASH?
VILLE. MEMPHIS. TEXAS. CALI?
FORNIA. JACKSONVILLE. TAMPA,
HAVANA. CUBA. AND PORTO RICO;
ST. AUGUSTINE. PALM BEACH.
MIAMI. FLORIDA EAST COAST AND
THE ENTIRE SOUTH.
Lewiston, N. C. ..
. Weldon .
Southern Pines ..
i No. 41.|
Norfolk .I *9:0S a nV
9:30 a m
1:15 p m|
11:53 a m|
1:53 p m
5:47 p m
6:12 p m
i 3:05 p ml
10:10 p ml
1:10 p m|
No. 27 1
10:32 p m
1:45 a m
Columbia. E. T..,
Jacksonville .. .
Atlanta. C. T. ..
New Orleans ...
Chattanooga .. ,
6:00 a m
9:10 a m
6:30 p m
8:43 a m
5:05 a m
11:10 a m
4:12 p m
8:30 p m
1:00 p m
6:55 p m
S.10 a m
?9:0S p m
9:20 p m
10:01 p m
2:50 a m
6:57 a m
9:31 n m
6:45 a m
6:50 n m :
10:30 a m !
b.10 p m
2:57 p m
7.40 p m
6:30 a m
1:48 p m '
3:00 p m
7:20 p m
9:20 p m
3:0.r> a m
7:40 a ni
1:00 a m
6:40 a m
4:00 p in
Connections at Now Orleans with South?
ern Pacific and Texas and Pactnc Rail?
ways for all points In Texas, Mexico and
No. 402?Arrives Portsmouth dally at
7:00 a. m.
No. jS?Arrives Portsmouth Dally at 5:50
, , J. W. BROWN. JR..
Pass r Agt.. 199 Main st.. Norfolk. Vs.
? MURRAY FORDF.S,
? ?t.rav Pass'r Agt.. Portsmouth. Va.
E. BT JOHN, vice President and Gen
V.' ?: *?'BEB. General Superintendent.
H. W B U LOVER. L. S ALLEN.
Traffic Manager. Gcn'l Pass'r Agt
Old Dominion Steamship Co'sLine
FOR NEW YORK.-Pas?
senger ships nro Hppotntcd
to sail from Norfolk daily,
except Sunday, at 7:30 p. in.
FROM NEW YORK?Dal?
ly, excopt Sunday, at 3:00 p.
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS UN?
Fare, Including meals and state?
room berth . $S no
Round trip (limited to thirty days) 13 00
For tickets and reservation oi slut. -
rooms, apply at ticket office. No. IM
Main street, or at general office at wharf
Ships leaves Old Point for Norfolk
Sunday about 10:00 a. m.
Time schedule of steamers "Hampton
Roiuls." "Mobjaok," "Luray," "Acco
mttok," "Ocracoke" and "Virginia Dare,"
pantos dully, except Sunday, from Com?
pany's wharf; Norfolk.
FOR OLD POINT?At 6.80 and 11:15 a.
.n.? 3.45 and 7:10 p. m.l Portsmouth, 6:45
and 10:05 a. m., and 3.05 p. m.; Ray Lino
wharf Norfolk, at 7:00 und 11:30 a,
mid 4:00 p. m.
FOR HAMPTON?At 11:15 a. m.. 3:45
and 7:10 p. m., Portsmouth, 10:05 a.
and 8:05 p. m.; Ray Line wharf, 11:30 a.
m. and 4 MX) p. m.
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FIELD?At 7:00 a. m. and 2:30 p. i
Portsmouth, 2:43 p. m.J Bay Lino wharf,
3:00 p. m.
FOR WARE AND EAST RIVERS?
At 6:30 a. m.; Portsmouth, ?.45 a. m.; Bay
Line wharf, 7:00 a. m.
FOR NORTH RIVER?On Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, at 6:30 a. t
Portsmouth, 6:45 n. m.; Bay Line, 7:00 a.
FOR BACK. POQUOSIN AND YORK
RIVER LANDINGS AND CRAB NECK,
On Monday. Wednesday and Friday, at
6:15 a. in.; Portsmouth, 6:80 a. m.; Bay
Line, 6.45 a, m. Reluring following day,
FOR NANSEMOND RIVER AND
suffolk?At 3.00 p. m.; Portsmouth.
8:10 [>. m. connecting at Suffolk with S.
and C. Railroad.
Freight for Ware. East, North, Severn.
Rack, Poquosln, York and Nansvmoml
River Landings must bo prepaid.
All schedules subject to chango with?
Freight for Washington and New Bern.
N. C, received at und delivered from N.
and S. Railroad depot.
Freight received daily, except Sunday,
until 5:00 p. m.
M, B. CROWELL,
H. B. WALKER, Traffic Manager.
New York, N. Y.
TO VA. SPRINGS. SUMMER HOMES.
RICHMOND. CINCINNATI. LOUIS?
VILLE AND THE WEST.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JULY 15, 1300.
8:10 a. m.?Dally to Richmond. Connects
at Richmond, except Sunday,
with "Mountain Special," to
Hluton for all Summer Homes
and Rfsorts" Stations on C. &
O., and for Orange, Culpeper,
Calverton and Manassas.
Parlor Cars from Old Point
for Va. Hot Springs. White
Sulphur, &c. Dining Car
West of Gordcrisvlllu. M .u s
Connects at Richmond also
with St. Louis Limited, leav?
ing Richmond 2:4:", p. m. daily,
with Pullman Sleeping Cars,
for Cincinnati. Louisville and
St. Louis. Connects at Cov
Ington for Va. Hot Springs.
8 SO p m.?Local Train, except Sundays,
for Richmond. Stops at all
stations on Peninsula Divi?
sion. Connects with R., F. &
P. train North.
7S0 p. m.? F. F. V. dally for Cincinnati,
. l.ouisvlllo and the West, Pull?
man Sleeping Car. This train
makes no stops between New?
port News and Richmond ex?
C. & O. ARRIVES AT NORFOLK.
U:40 a, in.?Dally "Fast Train" from
7 00 p. m.?Daily from Cincinnati, Louis?
ville, Mountain Resorts and
10:00 p. m.?Extra trip of C. St O. steamer
from Newport News dally.
For further Information, rates, tickets,
Pullman and Parlor Car reservation apply
C F BARRETT, Ticket Agent, or F,
W. CURD. T. P. A., Granby Street Offlco,
Norfolk. Va, JOHN D. POTTS,
A. G. P. A.
The Steamer S. A. McCall
C a^rn ""passenger and freight rates much
lower than any other line.
First-class tickets between Norfolk and
Petersburg. 11.00. First-class round trip
to Petersburg and return J1.75. Second
class tickets straight, a> cents; round
trip. 11.60. 3 E DET Acent
R. B. COOKB, Gen'l Agent
j. W. PHILLIPS. Ownor.
NORFOLK & OCEAN VIEW R'Y.
A mam a Ml
I I- ILo Da Ex Su
7:00] 7:30' 8:101 Mixed dally
9:001 9:30,10:101 Local dally
10:30 ll:00;il:?o| Local dally
P M I'M i P Ml
001 7:30j 8:10
IA M1AM1A M
i[- j 7:3?i 8:00
7:20 8:0") S:?0
10:50 11:30 12:00
S 30 9 00
? 10:30 li o>
?Leaves Wlllougr.by Spit by 6:45 a. m.,
I'M", a. m.
Local train eastward for cottages meets
nV! trains on their arrival at Ocean View,
"Local train westward for Wlllonghby
Hotel and intermediate stations, leaves
i Ocean View every half-hour. Fare. 5c.
Cottage i:ml Seaside Stations are dis?
continued while this schedule Is in effect.
Fare for tho round trip to Ocean View,
Faro for tho round trip to Old Point
from any part of Norfolk. 50c. Old Point
tickets on balo by till street car conduc?
Local freight leaves Norfolk 5 a. m.,
:30 a. m. ai.d 11:00 a. in. 5 a. m. and 11
n. frleghta run eastward behind cot?
Freight received for 7:30 a. m. and 11
. m. trains until fifteen minutes tcforo
Freight received nt owner's risk until 5
i. m. for 5 n. in train following day.
A.. C. X
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
IN EFFECT MAY 1st. 1900.
1 No. 103
No. 49 IDTy ex
Tunis. N. C.
Hobgood, N C.I
Tarbaro. N. C.
Rocky Mount, N. C
Williamslon. N. C.
Plymouth, N. c. ...
Washington, N. C.
Elusion. N. C.
:<X) a m
:22 a m
:0? a ni
:f>0 a in
:21 p m
;50 p m
3:20 p m
2:43 p in
3:17 p m
4:15 p m
8:3.> p in
6:00 i> in
6:35 p in
6:55 p m
7:40 p in
7:30 p in
7:33 p rn
Wilson. N. C.I
Goldshoro, N. C. ...
Wilmington, N. c..|
FnyettovTfi eT N. cTTj
Florence. S. C.I
Charleston, S. C.
Columbia, S. C.
Augusta, Ga. ...
2:17 p nil 7:10 p in
8:25 p m 7:55 p m
6:00 p nil 9:40 a m
?I :25 p m|12:17 p m
7:2."> p m 2:21 a tn
10:55 p m; 5:01 a m
10:20 p mill :00 a m
7:55 a m) 7:55 n m
12:35 p m 12:3.". p in
II:15 a ni|ll:15 a in
Ar. Savannah. Ga.I 1:50 a ml 7:20 a in
Ar. Jacksonville, Fla. .| 7:30 a m|ll:50 a m
No. 49 dally connects with A. C. L. train
2.1 for nil points South.
Ne. 1U3 dally, except Sunday, makes
close connection nt lloogood for Washing?
ton, N. C. Klagten, N. C.j and Plymouth,
N. C, and all Eastern-Cat ollnn. points;
also nt Rooky Mount with A. C. L. train
35 for all points South.
No. 103 dally, except Sunday, mnkes
close connection at Aheskle tor Windsor,
N. C, and stations on W. & P. R. R.
Trains arrive aj Norfolk nt .5:55 p. m.
dally; also at 10:25 a. in. dally, except
No. 49 runs through without change
Norfolk to Wilmington.
ltaggago checked nt Company's Norfolk
wharf, and also at office of Passengor
nnd Ticket Agent. 171 Muln street tbppu
Blte Atlantic Hotel).
Por tickets to all points South, sleeping
car reservation and general information
call on or address
J. A. NEUCEBAUER.
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
JAMES F. MAUPIN.
General Forwarding Agent.
IT. M. EMERSON, Gen. Pass. Agent.
a. M SERPELL. Gen. Snpt.
T. M. EMERSON. Traffic Millinger.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO
COMMENCING MONDAY. NOV. 20. 1S59.
Lv. Portsmouth. High street ...15:25 p m
Lv. Norfolk. Main street . !6:00 p in
I Ar. Old Point, HVKCla Pier . 17.00 p in
Ar. Baltimore, Union Dock . 0:30 a in
Lv. Bnltlniore ...
Ar. New York ..
I P. R. R. I It. O.
7:43 n ml! 7:r,r, a m
'10:15 a ml 110:16 a m
'12.42 p in| 112:35 n'u
I P. R. R. I D. & O.
Lv. Now ".'ork .I 12:55 p ml 1:00 p m
Lv. Philadelphia .1 3:12 p ml !3:07 p ni
Ar. Bait., Union St'n I 5:12 p in! 15:10 p in
Lv. Baltimore. Light street new
piers direct for tho South .6:30 p m
Lv. Old Point . 6:15 a ni
Ar. Norfolk .7:00 a m
Ar. Portsmouth . 8:30 a in
??Dally except Sunday. ??Dally.
Tickets sold to all points North. East
and West ami baggage checked to desti?
nation. Staterooms reserved upon nppli.
cation In person nt the company's otllce.
No. 199 West Main street, or on board
Freight will not be received after 4 p.
tn. to go forward that day.
For further Information apply to
J. W. BROWN. Jr.,
Southern Passenger Agent.
Schedule in Effect
MAY 27. 1900.
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
1:40 a m?For Richmond. Washington,
Lynchburg and the West. Pull?
man Bultvll Parlor Cars, Nor?
folk and Rc.uk i.e. uftcr June
9:25 a. m.?"Ocean Shore Limited" for
Richmond and Washington.
Slops Suffolk. Waverly, Peters?
4:30 p. m.?Richmond Limited for Rich?
mond and Washington. Stops
only at Suffolk, Waverly arid
7:30 p. m.? For Petersburg. Lynchburg,
tho West and Southwest.
Trains arrive at Norfolk daily 9:10 a. m ,
11:20 a. m.. 5.35 p. in. nnd 10:40 p. m.
Tickets and all information at station
and 10 Grunby street.
W. B. HEVILL.
General Passongei Agent,
W. E. IIA2LE WOOD, C. P. A.
CLYDE'S REGULAR LINE STEAM?
SHIPS TO PHILADELPHIA
THE ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM NOR?
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA
Until further orders steamers are ap
DAY. Through Bills of Lading to all
points South and Southwest via Seaboard
Air Line. Atlantic Coast Line. Norfolk
and Western Dispatch. Virginia. Tennus
mo and Georgia Air Line. Southern Rail?
way and Norlolk and Southern Railroads.
J AS. W. M'CARRICK,
General Southern Agent. Norfolk, Va.
W, P. CLYDE & CO..
Ccu'l Agents. Philadelphia, Pa,
HorfoiK 4 SoutnerR l B. Go.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT BEPT. Ith, 19?
MAIL, AND EXPRESS LEAVES N^H
FOLK DAILY (except) Sunday 10 ov
lor Belhavea and aU station*. Connects
at Edenton for Plymouth, Jamesvllle.Wu
Hamilton and Windsor. For landings 01
Chowan river TUESDAY. THURSDAX
and SATURDAY, and for Bcuppernoag
river MONDAY and FRIDAY. Con?
nects at Belhavea with Old Do?
minion steamers for Mackleyvllle, A uro?
ra. South Creek und Washington. N. C
_EVENINO EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK at 4:10 p. m. TUESDAY. THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Edenton and
Intermediate stations, connects at
Elizabeth City with steamer for New
Lern. Roanoke Island and Oriental.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY (except
gS?g*i?) *t 4:25 p. m. and at 11 a~ ra.
TUE8DAY. THURSDAY and SATUR?
DAY. Passenger station. Norfolk ana
v\ estern depot. Freight station on Watsa
Steamer* leave Norfolk, Water street
Station. V:Z0 a. m. TUESDAY. THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY tor Elizabeth City.
l?Plsmal Swamp Canal, and 6 a. in,
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAX
for Currituclc Sound Landinga via A. A O.
Virginia Beach Division.
LEAVE NORFOLK. PARK AVENUE
Week Days?7:15 a. m.. ?10:30 a. m.. 13 m.
?'3:00 p. m., 4 p. m., ?5:10 p. m.,
7:i? p. m:
Sunday?9:30 a. m.. ?11:30 a. m. 1:30 p. m.t
*3:0<J p. m., '5:10 p. m.. 7:10 p. m.
. LEAVE VIRGINIA BEACH.
V\oek Days?3:20 a. m.. ?9:30 a. m., 12:35
p. m., 2:30 p. m.. 4:15 p. m.,? 6:30
p. in.. ?10:30 p m.
Sunday?10:15 a. m.. ?12:15 p. m.. ?2:15
p. m., 4:15 p. m., ?0:30 p. m.,
?10:W p. m.
?Express trains make no stops.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY,
Leave Norfolk-4:20 p. m. ?'
Arrive Munden Point?5:50 p. m. j
Leave Munden Point?7 a. m.
Arrive Norfolk?3:30 a. m.
tHope at all intermediate stations.
H. C. HUDOINS.
Gen. Freight and Pass. Ageab
M. K. KING. General Manager.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINTS
EFFECTIVE AUGUST 19, 1900.
Lv. Norfolk . 9:35 a m 7:40 p m
? Ar. Suffolk .10.41 a m 8.53 p in
Ar. Franklin .11.23 a m 9.39 p m
Ar...Emporla .12.4U p in 11.02 p m
I Ar. DulllTalo Junction. 3.37 pm 2.03 a m
Ar. Danvlllo . 6:30 p m 4:20 a m
Lv. Norfolk . 5.00 a m
Ar. Raleigh . 3:50 p m
Ar. Durham . 4:43 p m
Ar. Greensboro . C:35 p m
Lv. Danville . 6:43 p m 4:83 a m
Lv. Greensboro . 7:10 p m 6:48 a m
Ar. Salisbury . S:24 p m 6:56 a ro
. Charlotte . 9:45 p m 8:05 a m
Lv. Salisbury . 8:40 p m 9:10 a m
Ar. Ashcvlllo . 12:10 a m 2:20 p in
Ar. Hot Springs. 1:29 u m 4:02 p m
Ar. Knoxvlllo . 4:16 a m 7:20 p ra
Ar. Chattanooga . 7:40 a m 11:35 p ni
Ar. Nashvlllo . 6:55 p m 6:40 a m
Lv. Chattanooga . 8:00 a m
Ar. Memphis . 7:10 p m
Lv. t'harlot te . 10:00 p m 9:35 a m
Ar. Atlanta . 6:10 a m 3:55 p m
Ar. Montgomery .10:31 am 9:20 p ru
Ar. Mobil,. . 4:12 p m 3:05 a ra
Ar. New Orleans . 8:30 p m 7:40 a m
Lv. Atlanta . 5:40 a m 4:15 p tn
Ar. Birmingham .11:35 a m 10:00 p pa
Ar. Memphis . 8:05 p m 7:16 a m
Lv. Charlotto . 9:55 p m 8:10 a m
Ar. Columbia . 1:15 am 11:20 ? m
Ar. Augusta . 8:00 a m 2:50 p m
Ar. Savannah . 5:10 a m 3:15 p ra
Ar. Jacksonville . 9:25 a m 7:40 p ra
Ar. Tampa .10:00 p m 7:30 a ro
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars.
For all information apply at
CITY TICKET OFFICE. MAIN AND
GRANBY STREEAS, 'PHONES 142.
Baggage called for and checked from
hotels and residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Compnny on orders left at ticket of
FRANK S. CANNON.
Third V. President and Gon'l. Mgr.
J. M CUIiP. W. A. TURK.
Traffic Mgr. Gen'l Pass. Agt,
Washington, D. C.
W. B. BROWN, Puss. Agt., Norfolk, Va,
I QUPE \ New York.
pu ft d i cA Philadelphia
. I and Norfolk
ROUTE V Railroad.
QUICK TIME?LOW RATES. ' "\
TWO TRAINS EACH WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SUNDAT,
NOVEMBER IS, 1S9J.
"?15 a. m.?Dally, except Sunday?(Ports?
mouth, High street, 7:25 a. ra.)
Arrive at Philadelphia 5:43 p.
in.; New York at 8:33 p. m.
fl-CO D. m. ? Dally (Portsmouth. High
street, 5:20 p. m.) Arrive at
Philadelphia 5:10 a. m.; Now
York, 7.43 a. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
8 00 a. m. ? Dally (Portsmouth. High
street, 9:10), leaving New
York at 8:55 p. m.; Philadel?
phia. 11:26 p. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
7 S5 n. m.?Dally, except Sunday (Port?
' p mouth. High street. 7:45 p.
m.). leaving New York at S:M
a. in.; Philadelphia, 10:20 a. ra.
Close connection mads with all rail and
sound lines to and from Boston.
Pullman Sleeping Cars on night trains
between Jersey City, Philadelphia and
CpPullmanrleBuftet Palace Cars jn day
trains between Philadelphia, and Capo
^ThVough tickets sold and baggage
checked at Walke's Agency, unde.- At?
lantic Hotel, at Passenger Station at the
Wharf and on Steamers. ^ COOK^
General Pas3enger and Freight Agent.
Virginia navigation company's
(in and wimm sew.
FOR RICHMOND, PETBRSBURO,
CLAREMONT. OLD POINT. NEW?
PORT NEWS AND JAMES RIVER
LANDINGS DIRECT. BY DAYLIOHT.
The elegant steamer Pocahontas leaves
Portsmouth at 6:30 a, m. and OlydVe
wharf Norfolk, at 7 a. m.. every Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday, touching at Old
Point and Newport News going and re?
turning Arrives at Richmond about S:U
d m . connecting with all evening trains.
Faro to Richmond, $1.60; to Richmond
and return, J2.60; to Richmond, seconi
Tickets cheaper than other rout** to
Richmond, Petersburg, Waverly, Hlcks
ford and stntioris on the Atlantic and
Danvlllo Division of the Southern Ran
way Company, and to ?11 points via
Tickets for sale at ticket agencies of
W.iiko & Son, H. Brandt and on b?ud
steamer. Freight received dally (Siutd&x
excepted) for all above namet* -
JAMES ,\V. 2? CARRIC