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FACTS AND FIGURES ABOUT TRUSTS
A List of Those Chartered in Only One State of
The Record of New Jersey?Mark Hanna's "No Trust"
Declaration Fully Reported?How Trusts Have Been
Fostered?One Hundred and Twenty-three Corporations,
Having a Capital of #"3,622,000,000, Chartered in New
Jersey Under President McKinley.
(From (ho Philadelphia Times.)
Mailt Hhnnn, chairman> of the Pe
publicnn National Committee, has said
in public speeches time and again that
there are no trusts.
Senator William J, Sevvoll, of Now
Jersey, has reiterated Chairman Hen?
na's statement from the public ros?
Senator William P. Fi ve. <>r Maine.
In 11 speech made in Cumdeh on Mon?
day night, declared that there are no
trusts, going further than either Han
mi or Sewell by asserting that the
Sherman anti-trust law had killed all
By way of refutation "if this triple
Republican docluratfon that there are
no trusts, the Times presents in detail
this morning a list of 12:: corporations
chartered in New .Jersey alone?the
Stute represented by Senator Sewell
in the United states Senate?since
March 4..18117, when President McKin?
ley first tOpk the oath of office.
None of these corpora I ions ball them?
selves trusts, line hundred and twenty
of the on,, hundred and iwcnty-thi.
have M capitalization of ten millions or
upwards. Many of them represent the
consolidation of numerous smaller cor?
porations into one: the consolidation
being made for the solo purpose of con?
trolling the business in which the
smaller corporations were formerly en?
The total capitalization of the one
hundred and twenty-three New Jersey
trusts reaches the enormous sum of
three hllllnh six hundred und twenty
two million twenty - live thousand dol?
RATE < >F GUI f\VTI-I.
The rate of growth of these trust ag?
gregations with New Jersey charters
siiee McKinley became President is
show n as follows:
1S!>7 . G $ 120,525.000
1898 . 15 575,500,000
1809 . S'l 2,260,000,000
1900 (to ?Jet. I).... 16 666.000.0U0
Total . 1J:: $3,022,025,000
This list includes the leather, tobac?
co, whiskey, steel, tin-plate, glucose,
Hour, pottery, cracker, asphalt, copper
and other Important trusts, but not the
Standard Oil, sugar, cordage, paper and
others of large capital and generally
well known, which Obtained their char?
ters elsewhere Or prior to March 1.
1N07. It is simply a list of New Jersey
trust charters granted since that date
and carefully copied from the State re?
cords at Trenton and includes but three
of the hundreds of charters granted
during the name period with a capi?
talization Of less than $10,000,000.
March ".'!. Composite Typo-Bar Com?
August! Clucose Sugar Refining
Company (caps paid Sept. 10, '!?7), $40,
September "7. Electric Vehicle Com?
(May i::. '99, stock Increased to $12,
September 28, American Malting
Company ($10,1.,000 stock paid Oct. 13),
November 29, Pacific Cbiasi Company
($12,525,000 slock paid June 29, '".'I'), $15,
i >,.mber 21, Farm and Dairy Pro?
duct Company, $15,000,000.
(Six chanters')?Total for 1S97, $120,
1 Mis: ?
January 8, American Fisheries Com?
.Innunry :'.",, Atlantic Snuff Company,
February's, National Biscuit Com?
February 4, Pennsylvania Manufac?
turing, Light and Power Company, $15,
March 10, American Thread Company,
April 13, Anderson Safe Float Com?
June 27, Standard Distilling and Dis?
tributing Company. $24,000,000.
September <>. American Indies Com?
pany (capital stock paid to $50,000, May
U2. '99)j $l8,0OO,00Oj
September :?, Federal Steel Company,
($30,000,000 stock paid September 16),
November 21, Ihternatiorinl Silver
Company ($11,026.000 stook paid January
7, '!?!)). $20,000,000.
November 28, <?tis Elevator Company,
December 5, American Unseed Com?
pany, $33,50,1 00.
December i". Continental Tobacco
Company. $75,000,000. (April -J(i. '!?!?, cup
ilal stock increased. May (',. '99, stock
paid to $97,690,700), $100,000,000,
I.ember ll. American Tin Plate
Company ($10,000 stock paid, December
December 15, American Pulley Com?
(15 companies organized)?Total cap?
italization for lsiis, $575,600,000.
January 6. United Lighting and Heat?
ing Company, $12,000,000.
January 12, Pressed Steel Car Com?
January 13, American Steel nnd Wire
Company (stock nil paid February 27),
January ii New York Auto Truck
< '01111 any. $|o.i;iio.o?o.
January 16, National carbon Com?
January 21, National Enameling and
Stamping Company, $30,000,000.
January lT>. National Tin Pinto and
Stamped Ware Company, $20,000,000.
January 26, Rubber Con.is Manufac?
turing Company $50,000,0 ,;.
February :!. Kentucky Distilleries and
Warehouse Company, $32,000,000.
February 7 Elcetrlc Boat Company,
Fepruary 7. United Shoo Machinery
Company. $25,01 o.otlO.
February p.. American Radiator Com?
pany ($3,000 stock paid, February 20),
February 20. American Car and
Foundry Company, $4.000.1100.
February 2,0, American Cereal Com?
February ::i. Now York Electrical
Vehicle Transportation Company, $25,
February 27. 1'nion Pag and Paper
Cnmpac? '."took paid April 14. '?1?,)
March .1. Havana Commercial Com?
pany. $20,ono.t nti.
March I, United Electric Company,
I of Now Jersey, (stock paid Doc. 13).
i March ?. Park Steel Company. $10.
March v. Continental Cement Com?
March it, American Ice Company,
$00, oho. ooo.
.Man il ]3. American School Furniture
Com] any, $10,000,1.
March IG, American Shipbuilding
Company ($3,000 stock paid -March 27),
.March IS!. International Steam Pump
Company, $1U.i oo.i.oo.
March is, .National Salt Company,
.Man h 22, New Ungland Electrical
Vehicle Transportation Company, $25,
March -I. American Beet Sugar Com?
pany (Stock paid May I), $20,000,000.
March 27, Compressed c;.is capsule
Company (stock paid July -i, "??'>.)
.March 2S, I ndO-Kgyptlan Compress
Company (stock paid June 5, ':''.'.) $15,
March 20, American Woolen Compa?
April i. American Smelting and Rc
flning Company, ($54,703 stock paid
June il'?. $65.000,000.
April 0, International Smokeless Pow?
der and Dynamite Company, $10,000,000.
April 10, Woods' Motor Vehicle Com.
puny (slock paid August 30), $10,000.000.
April ii. American Stcfel Hoop Com?
April I'.'. American Railway Compa?
April _'o. United Power and Transpor?
tation Company, $12,500,000.
April JJ. American Plumbing Supply
and Lead Company ($3,000 capital . |,? k
paid Fob. 20), $35.000,000.
April L".'. United Stales Worsted I'olll
April 24; Bortlen's Condensed Milk
< tompnny, $20,000,000.
April J7, United states Flour Milling
< "ompa ny, $25,000,000.
April 27. Amalgamated Copper Com?
pany istock taken Dec. 30, '!)!!), $7">.
April 29, Union Watch Company, $10.
May 1. National Electric Company.
Mac ::, Republic Iron and Steel Com
May 3, American Hide and Leather
Company (stock decreased to $35,000,
.i Aug. "), $70.neu,.
May 4, American Alkali Company,
May Illinois Electric Vehicle
Transportation Company, $25,000,000.
May 8, Kein Incandescent Ras Light
Mac 12, American Bicycle Company,
June 1. Century Development Com?
June -. American Chicle Company,
.Inno International Car Wheel
< ?ompuny, $15,000,000.
June 7, Allison Portland Cement
? Jompany, $11,(.
June Federal Printing Ink Com?
June 20, Asphalt Company of Amer?
June 30, American Writing Paper
Company (.24 million stock pul? Aug. i).
July ".. New KngUind Cotton Yarn
July 8, Continental Compressed Air
Power Company, $15.000,000.
July S. Kleetrle Anle-Light and Pow?
er Company. $25,000,000.
July li. Distilling Company of Amer?
ica i $2,000 stock paid July li>), $127..
July 2.". American Switch Company,
August 10. Sedative Chemical Com?
August 11. S.ott-Janey Electric Com?
August 10. Sloss-ShcfTiold Steel and
Iron Company. $20.000,000.
September 23, United states and Ha?
vana cigar Company. $15.000.000.
September 36, Railways Company
September 29, Hallways and Light
Company of America. $25,000,000.
October Philadelphia Electric Com?
October 13, Federal Telephone Com?
pany (stock paid Oct. LT.?, $10.000.000.
October 13, Havana Traction Com?
October 2o. Alaska Industrial Com?
October 31, Hudson County Gas Com?
pany (consolidation). $10,500,000.
November 9, Tolophoife. Telegraph
?ami i'able Company. $3o.000.000.
November n, 1 lavanu-American Com?
November 14, Artificial Lumber Com?
pany of America, $12,000,000.
November 22, Marconi Wireless Tel?
egraphy Company of America. $10,000,
December 1, Middle states Construc?
tion Company, $10,000,000.
December .'. Atlantic iron and Steel
Company, $10,000,1 00.
December 27, Panama Canal Com?
pany of America, $30,000,000,
December 29, Ohio and Indiana Con?
solidated Natural and Illuminating
< ius < Join puny, $10,000,000;
< SO companies organized)?Total for
January R, consolidated Railway,
Electric Lighting and Equipment Com?
pany ($S,ti01,. stock paid, January '27).
February s. Shelby steel Tube Com?
pany. $15,000 1 00,
February 19. American Sash and Door
< lompany, $0,000,01)0.
March ::, Casein Company of America.
March 12, American Sliuff Company
($23.001,700 capital, paid May IS). $2.'>.
March 24, The Carnegie Company.
March 2S. American Sheet Steel Com?
pany (40 million stock paid May 19),
April 3, Intcroceanlc Canal Company,
April 30, Cosmopolitan Power Com?
May :;. Siegel-Cooper Company. $24.
May 3, National Asphalt Company,
(August 15, Increased capital to) $22,
May 3, American Bridge Company
(increased capital), $70.000.000.
June 2, National Sugar Refining Com?
pany of New Jersey. $20,000,000.
July to. National Telephone and Tele?
graph Company, $50,000.000.
July 21, Crucible Steel Company of
September 1. American Timber In- j
vestment Company, $10,000,000.
do companies) Total tor 1900 to Oc?
tober I, $066.000.000.
ill;. 'A PITliT/ATK IN.
Capital stock Began busl
itulhorlzcd, ness with.
March to Dec.
31. '07?Total..$ 120,525,000 $ 20.000 :
1898?Total .. .. 575,500,000 92,500
1S99 Total .. .. 2,260,000,000 31.OOS.SOO
1900 to Oct. 1 ?
Total. 066,000,000 160,231,200
Grand total ..$3.622,025,000 $191.352.500
i ii':t comapanics organized during this
pci'lpd from March 4, 1897; to Oc tober
Send Name and Address To-day--You Can
Have It Free and Be Strong and
_Vigorous for Life,_
INSURES LOVE ASMD A HAPPY HOSV9E.
Y\\ KNAPP; M. T>.
How any man may quickly euro himself
after years of suffering from sexual weak?
ness, lost vitality, niuht losses, v.irieoo le,
etc., and enlarge small weak organs to
full size and vigor. Simply send your
name and afidrcss to l>r. L W. Knapp.
I2S5 Holl Bldg.. Detroit, Mich., and he
will gladly send the free ice, I] t with full
directions, so that any man may easily
euro himself at huiue. This is certainly
most generous offer, and the following ex?
tracts .taken frjm hi* daily mail, show
what mSn think of hin generosity:
"Dear Sir:?I'least* accept my sincere
thanks for yours of recent dale. I hnvn
given your treatment a thorough teat and
the benefit lias been extraordinary, it htu
i completely brnVed me up. 1 am Jost as
I vigorous as whop a boy and you cannot
realize how h?ppy 1 am."
"Dear Sir:?Your method worked beau,
tlfully. Results were exactly what I
needed. Strength and vigor have com?
pletely returned and enlargement is en?
"Dear 91r:?Yours was received and'1
! had no trouble tu innklug us" cf the re
i celpt as directed and can truthfully say
j it Is a'boon to weak men. 1 am greatly
j Unproved in size, strength nnd vigor."
All correspondence is strictly conflden?
I tal, mailed In plain, sealed envelope. The
I receipt. is free for the asking und hu
i wants every man to have it.
1. 1900. all excepting American Chicle
Company (June 2. '99); American Sash
and Door Company and Casein Com?
pany of America, having capitalizations I
of ten millions or more, l
ITCH IS TORTURE.
ficzetna is caused by an acid humor in
the blood coming in contact with the
skin and producing ^reat redness and in*
flanimation ; little pustular eruptions form
and discharge a thin, sticky fluid, which i
dries mid scales off ; sometimes the skiu is 1
hard, dry and fissured. Eczema in any j
form is a tormenting, stubborn disease,
and the itching and burning at times arc !
almost unbearable; the acid burning
humor seems to ooze out and set the skin ,
on lire. Salves, washes nor other cxtcr
nal applications do any real good, for as
long as the poison remains in the blood
it will keep the skin irritated.
BAO FORM OF TETTER.
(ypor three years 1
had T tii.r ^ ii my
hands, which caused
tllrm to m? ell tot? Ice
their natural -irr. Part
of the lime t<ic disease
?TO*, in tri I tut i i nin
?ting son s, very pain
fill, and causing me
muehdii ? in foil, Pour
doctors - e I the Tetter
had pr. i;t. ssed too far
to lie cun I, ami they
could do nothing i"er
me. I took only thrre
bottles of s s.'s. and
was completely cured,
This ?-a i int. < ii yean
ns". and I have never
since seen any sign of hiv Hd Irouhte." -Mrs.
1,. It. JAck: e%, mm McCee St.. Kansas Citj. Mo. j
S. S. S. neutralizes this acid poison, '
cools the blood and restores it to a healthy, j
natural state, and the rough, unhealthy
skin becomes soft, smooth and clear.
?tires Tetter, Ery?
sipelas, Psoriasis, Salt
Rheum and all skin |
diseases due to a pois?
oned condition of the
blood. Send for our book and write us
about your case. Our physicians have
made these diseases a life study, and can
help you by their advice ; we make no
charge for this service. All correspondence
is conducted in strictest confidence,
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. G?.
Freli Land Piasters
in oil, pork and pins barrels
Mo. 1 Hock Lime
RHEUMATISM radically CURED In ever,
rase since I BG 1. with Famous Prescrip?
tion 100 384. MUSCULAR, GOUTY. SCIATIC.
INFLAMMATORY, etc. Pleasant In laho,
76 els. Hnltlo. Drugipsls. Wrllc tor booklet.
M?ller Pharmacy, 74 University Place, New York.
-Iin: new unit .
HorfoIK m fliiantiG Terminal
The following schedule, effective 7:11
A. M ? SIC I TIMBER 13th, 1900, Close
connection made at Old Point with
Electric trains for Phoebus, Hampton,
and Ni wport News._
"~Lv. Ar. Lv. Ar.
Norfolk. (>!d PL_ Old PL Norfolk.
?;:;tu a. in s .i mi r7:::,i a m! n:::o a in
'.<.*?<> a ml 10:00 a in da 9:00 a in I": " a m
10:30 a in :i SO a in da ,10:30 a in 11:30 n m
12:'i0 ni 1:00 p ml da "I2:0y m | |;00 p m
1:30 p ml 2 W p m| da I :30 p inj 2:30 p m
M < i.v ' " P *t-!'??"" I? in, I'M' m
4130 p in 30 |i in! da 4:'M p in; 5:30 p m
6:00 p in 7:00 p ni| da 6:00 p ml 7:"'i p m
7::in p m v ::?> p '?; v ">. s ?' p "i
'.co" p in ? ? i? n. <!a I' ll" p in 1" i>i p in
?Dally < ici pi Sunday.
Local cm for Lambert's Point and
Tanner's Creek will leave Norfolk at li:30
:| ni 7:30 ii tn., S:S0 n. m. and every 30
minutes thereafter until 8:00 p. in.
Local cart will leavo Tanner's Creek
fur Norfolk ii a. rd., S:00 a. ni., ?:mi
a. m. and evi .. half-hour thereafter un?
til n.'ai p. m.
Schedule subject to change without
RuRgnge checked from Old Point I'icr
to cay point la the city.
L. D. MATH ES,
ses-if General Superintendent.
TO RICHMOND, CINCINNATI, LOUIS?
VILLE AND THE WEST.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 1, 1900.
S10 a m i' '?? w*t.h Parlor Car, to
Klchniond. connects at Itleh
l. < xcopt Sunday, with |
H. I' and P. to Wash?
ing! and the North, and at I
Klchniond with St. Louis Lim?
ited, ivlng Richmond 2:45 p. 1
hi, il I ?'. w ttli Pullman Sic? p
Ing 1 nrs, for Cincinnati, i
L v die and St. Louis.
S''O n m Daily for Richmond. Slops1
:ii ;ill s'allons on Peninsula!
|i ion Connects with lt. F.
. nd I*. Main North and with
i V. ?Lilly for Cincinnati,
illo .nal the West. Pull
i . Sleeping Car.
r & O. ARRIVES AT NORFOLK,
li'is" n in 1 1 ? from Richmond and
1 " ih, U.st.
7 05 i) m.?iinliJ from Cincinnati, Louls
viiifl i ud Richmond,
For further Information, rates, tickets.
Pullman und ' ,.' -.i.1' reservation apply
to C F BAltRr/l r, 'ticket Agent, <>t P.
u ni rd T V A., urnnby Street (mice.
Norfolk. Va. JOHN l>. POTTS,
A. U. P. A.
The Steamer S. A. WcCall
Leaves iba N. Y. P. & N. Wharf with
in-.sin at : ; ueng' rs .or Newport News,
nil jamei itivor landings and Petersburg
Every Monday. Wednesday and Frida,? at
. ,.' m Passenjfer and freight rates mutu
Lower than any other line,
l.'lrst-elass tickets between Norfolk and
Petersburg, R-00. First-cluss round trip
?o Petersburg und return $1.75. Second
class tickets struiiilit. b? vents;- round
trip. 11.5?. j K DBY Agent.
It. U. COOKE. Uen l Afjent.
J. W. PHILLIPS. Owner.
Double Daily Service
SHOUT LINE TO THE PRINCIPAL
CITIKS Ol' TUE SOUTH.
ATLANTA. NEW ORLEANS. Al'OCS
TA. MACON. CHATTANOOGA, NASH
VILLE, MEMPHIS. TEXAS. CALI?
FORNIA, JACKSONVILLE. TAMPA
HAVANA. CUBA, AND PORTO UICO;
ST. AUGUSTINE, PALM BEACH,
MIAMI. FLORIDA EAST COAST AND
THE ENTIRE SOUTH,
Lv. Norfolk .
" Portsmouth _
Ar. Suffolk .
*' Lcwls-ton. N. C.
" Weldun .
' Hrr.rtcrson ....
" Raleigh .
' Southern pines
I No. ?.|
I ?9:08 a ml
I 9:30 a in
j lo-.oi a nv
.1 1:15 p m
.| 11 :53 u m|
Augusta . .
Jn< ksonrllle .
Tai inn ...
Atl.iii'a. ('. T
I*h ttta noi ga .
S:t", p m
6:13 n m
in-.ic p ml
7:10 p ml
No 27 1
10:32 p ml
1:13 it ni|
6:00 :i m!
9:10 n m|
f.:30 p tnl
SM3 i\ i">
r,:i>:. a m
11:10 a ml
11:05 i> m
4:12 p ml
s 30 p m
l 00 p ml
C:65 p in:
Ji:10 a m|
'3 OS p m
9:_M p m
10:01 p in
2:50 a m
4:03 p m
6:57 a Hi
No < ?':.
3:31 a m
? 45 > in
10:3) n tn
b;10 t> m
I:S7 p m
7. to p rr>
6:30 a tn
IMS p in
3:00 p tn
7:20 p in
9:20 p in
01 a in
7:40 a til
1:00 n in
6:40 a in
4:oO p in
Connections nt New Orleans wltl-i S'mth
irr Pacific and Texas an.! Pacific Rail?
ways for alt points In Texas] Mexico mal
No. 402?Arrlvca Portsmouth dally at
? :('t a. in.
No. iS?Arrives Portsmouth Dally nt 5:"0
.T. \V. BROWN, JR.,
Pass'r Agt., ir.:i Math st . Norfo k, Va.
Trav. Pass'r A?t.. Portsmouth. Vn.
L. ST. JOHN, Vice President und Gen?
V K. M'BEE. General Superintendent
H. V B GLOVER. I. s .\ I LEX,
Prattle Manager; Gen'l Pass'r Agt.
HorfOlK & M\m il I EL
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SKIT 30, 19?.
_ MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES N?R
i'U.K t'AlI.Y tcxetpl) Sunday IU a. Ill;
tor Bel haven and all stations. Connects
?Edonton for Plymouth, Juincsvlllc,
W illlumstoit and Windsor. Por landings
on C'howan river TUESDAY, THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY, nnd lor Scuppcr
nong river MONDAY and PR1DAY. Con?
nects nt BcllmvOn with i dd Dominion
steamers for M:.ckl< y vdie. Aurora, South
Creek and Washington, N. C. Connects
at Elisabeth City with steamer for Scup
pernong River Landings MONDAY and
.EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK at 4:10 p. m. TUESDAY, THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Fdenton and
all Intermediate stations; Connects at
Khienbeth <:iiy with steamer for New
Bern, Roniioko Island and Oriental.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAILAND EXPRESS DAILY (except)
Sunday ..i l:2Ti ?>, in, and at 11 a. tu.
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATUR-i
DAY; Passenger stai ion. Norfolk and
Western depot. Freight station on Water
Steamer leaves Norfolk, Water street
stallen. :: p. m. TUESDAY and PRIDAY
for Elisabeth City via Albemarle and
Virginia Beach Division.
LEAVE NORFOLK. PARK AVENUE
Week Days?6:45 a. m.i 10:45 a. in., 3:0)
p. in.. 5:10 p. in.
Sunday?9:30 a. in., 11:30 a. in.. 1:30 p. in.,
:::.:?> p. in.
LEAVE! VIRGINIA BEACH.
Week Days s:20 a. in.; 12:30 p. in.. 1:16 p.
m., 0:00 p. in.
Stinday?10:15 a. n... 12:20 p. m., 2:30 p. m..
6:00 p. in.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY;
Leave Norfolk?9:45 a, in, and l:ifi i?. m.
Arrive Munden Point?11:30 ti. m. and ujdi
a. in. ami 1:45
Arrive Norfolk S 30 a m. and ::.?'.'> p. m.
htop* at all intermediate stations.
Steamer Comet leaves Munden Point
li:30 H. m. MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
and FRIDAY for Currltuck Sound Land?
ings and returns TUESDAY. TiimtR.
I rjl I .aui .-Ail i.l >.\ \ .
Lcavo Munden Point ? "
II. C. Hi'PC-INS.
Con Freight nnd Pass
M. K. KING, General Malinger.
The now und powerful Iron palace
steamers NEWPORT NEWS, WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK, will Ivuve
ualiy aj follows:
NOBTII-BOU N D.
Leave Portsmouth, N. & W.
s. H Co. ? p. m.
Leave Norfolk, N. ? W. fa. H.
Co. 6:00 p. in.
Leave Old Point i Vn.t. rl - <:00 p 111.
Arrlvo In Washington . 6;43 a.'ui
Leave Washington, B & o
R. R. "8:30 a. in.
Leuvo Washington. Penn. R.
H. '7:20 a. m.
Arrive In Phladelphla, Penn
R. R. *?? 55 a. ra.
Arrive In Philadelphia, ):. A
o. it it."11:37 a. ra.
Arrive in New Yolk. Pcnil,
U K.??. "1:13 p. rn.
Arrlvo In New York. li. &
O. R R. Ml:45 p. m
Leave New York. Penh. ;:. .': '12 13 p. m.
Leave New Yolk, B. & O.
lt. R. *L00 p. tn.
Leave Philadelphia, Penn. u.
It. *3.12 p. m.
Leave Philadelphia^ B .-c O,
K it. "-; 07 P.'ra.
Arrive In Washington, Penn.
|l n. '0M3 p. rn.
Arrive in Washington, B. & O.
lt. K. ... . "/V* P- ra.
Leave Wnshlnston. *o:30 p. m.
Arrive old Point Comfort. .... 7.00 a. m.
Arrlvo tn Norfolk. S:00 a. in.
Amvo Iii Portsiii i.titli . ?:33 a. ra.
Leave New York, U ?? O.
K ft. II 30 a. m.
Arrive Washington, B & O.
It. R. ?:-0 p. tn.
??Dally, except Sunday.
Tickets or HOlo Rt B. ? O. ticket office.
N & C office, at W. T Walke's and
Company s olllce on wharf.
For further Information apply
D. J. CALLA HAN,
NEW JAMES RIVER U\
For Richmond, and James River Land
iiors the slCamer Dumont leaves Roanyk
nSck MONDAY. WEDNESDAY AM
FRIDAY", :?? ? v -M ? for Blchmond
Newport News and Janles Rlvor Land
i?..s Faro to Rii lunoinl. $l.(X' straight
R.to round trip. To avoid early rlsln
stat?rooms can be Beoured the ovenin
before.' Plrst-class meals served o
Old phone 668
New phone 4vD.
F. V. ARCHER,
NORFOLK & OCEAN VIEW R:Y,
QUICK AND FRF R7ENT SERVfCE
BETWEEN NO) DDK. OCEAN
VIEW, OLD I'dl.NT. HAMP?
TON AND NEWPORT
r.nrs leave West Main street, corner
Granby .???net (opposite New Atlantia
Hotel.; Henry street station discontin?
t e m pora uy schedule taking
effect skit. 21. 1900._
? ,2 ' s
.-i'. -3 <: _
A.M. A.M. A.M.
S:00 I SiSO "
11:3-) 1 12:ei}_
A.M. A M.
? 10:04 ! 10:30
; u ."j 1 12:30
tottngu Car discontinued,
stop at Cdttago and Seaside Stations.
Pure round trip to Ocean View. 25c:
i>:.: Point, 60c, front any part of Nor?
No frelglit received while gaggo Is
ATLANTIC CO A ST LINE
COM PAN V.
IN EFFECT MAY 1st. 1900.
I N'.\ ?93
No. O i-: 1 l'y ex
Lv. Norfolk .
Lv. Ports, Juno.
Ar, Suffolk. V.x
Ar. Tunis, N. C.
Ar Llobgood, r."
Ar. Turbir?. N.
. Rocky Mount) N 1' i:..".1 p m| c-.x> j> tn
.. I :> CO a ml -..'<) i> m
..| 9.2J a m] :':|j p in
.. 110:03 a rri 3:17 p in
.1 in RIS p 111
.112:00 6:35 p in
112:.' t> tn, 6:00 p tri
Ar. Wllllamstoii. N. C
Ar. Plymouth, N. <'.
Ar. \\ .1 -hing: ?:>. N. C.
Ar. Kl IIS ten, N. C.
Ar. Wilson. N C.
Ar. Goldslioro, N. C. ..
( Ar. Wilmington. N. C.
Ar. Fnyetlovfiics N. C.
Ar. Florence, S. C.
Ar. Charleston, s. C. .
?I G:55 p m
::!7 p ml 7:10 p tn
1:23 p in! 7:56 p m
i.00 p in, 9:19 a m
i: J."> p mll2:l7 p hi
.p ?!, 2:21 a in
5 p inj 6:01 a in
Ar. Columbia, S. C ...
Ar. Augusta, Cla. ......
Ar. Atlanta; Ga.
Ar. Macop, Gn.
j Ar. Savannah. Ga. ...
Ar. Jacksonville. Fla.
;20 p mill :00 a in
i ml 7:"."> a in
:'.:5 p ni 12:S5 t> in
:15 a sn.11:15 a tn
1:" 1 a in' 7:20 a m
7:20 a in!ll:5t) a m
No is dally count els with A. C. L. train
23 for all points South.
No. 103 daily, except Sunday, makes
dose connection at llobgood for Washttig
tun, N. c. Kbislon N. c. and Plymouth,
N. C, hud all Eastern CiUOllna points:
also :it RoOky Mount with A. C. L. train
r.". for all points South
No. 103 daily, ex.', pt Sunday, mnkrs
close connection nt Ah.ekt" for Windsor,
N. C.j and stations on W. ?- P. It It.
Trains arrive at Norfolk at 5:55 p. m.
dally: also ut 10.25 a. m. daily, except
No. 4? runs through * without change
Norfolk to Wilmington.
Baggage checked at Company's Nirfnik
uh.uf. and lilso a! oftlcn of Passenger
and Ticket Agent, 171 Mala Street icppo
: lie All mi |c I l,.v 11
Fbr tickets to all points South, steepti't;
ear reservation and general Information
?.all on or add: i - a
J. A. NEUGEBAUER,
Passumn-r and ?1 lc!:et Auont.
JAMES K. M.U'I'IN.
ctennral Forwarding Agent.
If. M. EMERSON. Gen. Pass. Agent
<:. M SERPELL. Cen. Supt.
T. M. EMERSON. Traffic Manager.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO
COMMENCING MONDAY. NOV. 20. l>r>5
Lv. Portsmouth, lllitli street ...15:25 p m
Lv. Norf,ilk. Mam street . 16:00 p m
Ar. Old Point, Hygcln Pier . 17:00 p m
Ar. Kill tlinoi e. I'll ,m Deck . C:3J a ni
I P. R. lv I B: & o.
Lv. Baltimore .| 7:15 a mil 7:55 a m
Lv. Philadelphia .MQ:IS a mlilOil? u m
Ar. New York .1*12:42 p m(|12:S6 n'n
Lv. New ""oik .
Lv. Philadelphia .
Ar. Halt.. Union St'n
I p. It It. I II.
p ml 1:00 p m
p ml p in
p ml 15:10 p in
Lv Baltimore, Light street new
piers direct for tho South . 6:30 p m
Lv. < >ld Point . 6:15 a in
Ar. Norfolk . 7:06 II m
Ar. Portsmouth .S:3J a in
??Dally except Sunday. "?Pally.
Tickets sold to all points North, East
and West und bnggnge chocked to dostl
na'Jon. Staterooms reserved upon appli?
cation in person the company's otHce,
No. !?9 West Main street, or on beard
Freight will not lie received r.ftor I p.
m. to go forward that day.
For further information apply to
J. W. BROWN, Jr..
Southern Passenger Agent,
' ???ein Effect
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
7:10 a, in.?For Richmond, Washington,
LyilChblllg and the West Pull?
man Bufi'eti Parlor cars. Nut
folk and Uoatioke. after June
0.25 it. m.?"Ocehri Shore Limited" for
Richmond dally and daily i'x
eept Suuda> ior Washington,
stops nt Sea'..ik. Waveily, Pe?
4:"0 p. rii.?Rlchmoiid Limited for Rich?
mond and Washington. Stops
only ni Suffolk, Waverly and
7:30 p, in i-'or P( tor ibuirg, l.yneliburg,
the \v,.-t uiul Southwest.
Trains arrive at Norfolk daily 9:10 a,
tn.. 11:20 a, m . 5:35 p. m and 10:40 p. m.
Tiek. ts and all Information tit station
and 10 Granby street.
W. K, 1 lAZLEWOOD.
City Passenger Agent.
W. B; BBV1LL, c,. p. a.
D1RFTC T HOJTE
FOR BOSTON AjCD PRO VI DENCE.
boston MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS.
FRIDAYS and SATI RDAYS at 6 p. tn.
For Pruvldeuce ? Every TUESDAY;
THURSDAY awl Si NDAV at t! p. in.
FARES TO BOSTON and PROVI
FtrAt-Clfiss, litcludinb men hi nnd
state l' 'in berth .$9 00
Intermediate, including meal.- and
??tat.- roo'm berth . S 00
Steerage, Inclu.! ni tils and bunk 7 00
perl liable freti -ent via Providence'.
forw irdod by ( irlj trttiii td Bostoii', and
at tho pAhi.e rate u? by direct sicnincrs
' TfiursiUiy'a Providence ship carries no
FOR NEW YORK.-Pas?
senger ships are appointed
to ?all from Norfolk dally,
except Sunday, at 6:l>0 p. in.
FROM NEW YOUK-Dah
ly. except Sunday, ut 3:00 p.
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS UN?
Fare, Including meals and state
reofn berth _. js 00
Round trip (limited to thirty days) 1300
For tickets und reservation of state?
rooms, apply at ticket office. No, m
Main <=tr,-- :. or at general office- at wharf
Ships leaves Old Point tor Norfolk'
Sunduy at about :<:20 u. tn.
Time schedule of steamers ? Hampton
Road*. "MobJ ick." "Luray," "Acco
mack.' "Ocracoke" and '"Virginia Dare,"
except Sunduy. from Com?
pany's wharf. Norfolk.
FOR OLD POINT?At 6:30 and 11:15 a.
m. and 4:11 p. m.: Portsmouth. 6:15 and
10:05 a. m. and 3:00 p. m.; Uay Line
wharf. Norfolk, ut 7:W and 11:30 a. m.
and i:S0 p. m.
FOR HAMPTON?At 11:15 n. m. and
1:15 p. in.; Portsmouth, 10:06 a. tn. and,
3:06 p. in.; Bay Line wharf, 11:30 a. m.
and 4:30 p m.
FOB NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FIELD?At 6:60 a. rn. and 1:3") p. m.;
Portsmouth. 7:00 a. m. nnd 2:45 p. m.;
Bay l.lne wharf, 7:10 a. in. and 3:00 n m.
FOR WABE AND FAST RIVERS?
At 6:30 ii :n.: Portsmouth, 0:13 a. m.; Bay
Line wharf. ':<*) a. m.
POR N't'KT11 KiVF.R-On Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, nt >i:Jo u. m.;
Portsmouth, 0:13 a. m.: Bay Liuc, 7:00 a.
Fl >R SEV EIt N RI VEU ? Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at 6:30 a. m.;
Portsmouth, 6:45 a. m.; Bay Line wharf,
7:00 a. m.
KOR BACK. POQUOSIN AND YORK
RIVER ! A N DINGS AND CRAB NECK,
i m Monday* Wednesday and Friday, ut
. i m : Portsmouth, <".:3H a. in.; Bay
Line. 6.45 a. m. Relurlng following day.
or NANSEMOND RIVER AND
SI FFOLK- At 3:00 |>. m; Portsmouth,
p in. connecting at Suffolk with S.
and c. Railroad.
Freight for Ware. East, North. Severn,
Baek, PouUOslHi York and Nanscmond
I River Landings must be prepaid.
All schedules subject to change with
; out notice.
Freight for Washington and New Born.
1 N. C received at anil delivered from N.
i and S. Railroad depot.
Freight received daily, except Sunday,
! until 5.00 p. III.
M, B. CROWELL,
II. B. WALKER. Traffic Manager.
New York. N. Y.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINT!
_IFFEOTIYE AUGUST 15, 1900.
I.v. Norfolk . 0;3y a m~7:40 p ra
Ar. Suft'olk .10.41 a m ts.o3 p rn
Ar. Franklin .li.zi a in y.oa p m
Ar...Etnpori* .12.4u p m 11.u2 p nt
Ar, Bun'ltalO Junction. 3,27 p m 2.0S u m
Ar. Danville . 6:6V p m count
I.v. Norfolk . U:0u r.i ~
Ar. Raleigh . 3:50 p rn
Ar. 1 lurhuin . 4:13 p in
Ar. Greensboro . 6:35 p m
I.v. Danyllle . 5:4$ p in 4:33 a ra
I.v. Crecnslioro . 7:10 p in 5:4s a m
Ar. Salisbury . 8:21 p m ti:55 a iq
Ar. Charlotte ._9:43 p in 8:05 a nVr,i
I.v. Salisbury . 8:40 p m 9:10 a in
Ar. A8hevlllo . 12:10 u in 2:20 p nt
Ar. Mot Springs. 1:23 am 4:02 p nt
Ar. Knoxvlllo . 4:15 a in 7:2J p ui
Ar. Chat tanooga . 7:10 am 11:35 p nt
Ar, Noah i;lo_. 0:55 p m gtjO a nt
I.v ch iitaiiocga . 8:00 a m
Ai. Memphis . 7U0 p m
I.v. Charlotte . 10:00 p m 9:35 a m
Ar. Atlanta . 5:10 u in 3:5J p nt
Ar. Montgomery . 10:31 a m 3:20 p nt
Ar. Mobile . 4:12 p in 3:05 u ra
Ar. New Orleans . 8:30 p m_7:10 um
I.v. Atlanta . 5:40 a m 4:15 p nt
\r. Birmingham . 11:35 n in 10:03 p nt
Ar. Memphis . 8:U5 p in 7:15 a nt
I.v. Chi rlotto . 9:55 p in 8:10 a m
Ar. Columbia . 1:15 a in 11.70 a m
Ar. Augusta . S:00 a m 2;io p in
Ar. Savannah . 5:10 a m 3:15 p m
Ar. Jacksonville . 9:25 a m 7:40 p m
Ar. Tampa . 10:00 p tn 7:30 a nt
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars.
For all Information apply at
CITY ticket OFFICE, MAIN ANDt
granby STREEAS, f PHON ES 142.
13 called for and cheeked from
hotels und residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company Oil orders loft at ticket of?
fice. ? '
FRANK S. CANNON,
Third V. President and Gen'l. Mgr.
J. M t i l.P. vV A. TURK.
Truffle Mgr_C.en'l P;tyi Agt.
Washington, D. C.
W. n. BROWN. Puss. Apt.. Norfolk. Vsu
CftPE \ New
pu/vDj pet Philadelphia
ROUTE V Railroad.
QUICK TIME?LOW RATES.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT _ SUNDAY,
NOVEMBER IS, \b'.-9.
I 13 u nr. ?Daily, except Sunday-f Port*.
' mouth. Higlv street. <:2> u. m.i
?Vrrivo at Philadelphia 5:42 p.
in.; New York ut S3S p. in.
C CO r- tn. - Daily (Portsmouth. High
' ^ street. 5:2o p. m.) Arrive at
Philadelphia ?:io a. m.; New
York. 7.42 a. in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK,
o CO a. nt. - Daily (Portsmouth. High
S street. 9:10). leaving New
York at >?'?'?> V 111 ? 1'hl.adel
idila 11:36 p. m.
ARRIVE A r NORFOLK.
7 25 o w.-DaHy. except Sunday (Ports
'"'P mouth, High street. 7.4j p.
in ) leaving New York at $:.?!
a. in.: Philadelphia. 10:? a. ra
Close connection made with all rail and
?-?nd ^J^XJ'cl / en night train,
bc\iv""n"jS City! Philadelphia and
c''l!"'./'hl,,.rlTt\.ffot Palace Cars on dar
tr^Js'bl^wocn'-Vh^deiphia and Cape
V? s?cr unol^
iU.:, it Passenger Station at the
Wharf and on Steamer* R COOKB
General Passcngair and Freight Agent--:-)
Virginia Navigation Compang's
FAU AND m?Ua SCHEDOLf.
i.';.--V -i - v ' AND JAMES RIVER
SndingsI direct, by daylight.
The elegant saloon steamer PocahontMj
, "' oiv.lu'? wharf. Norfolk, at 7
? v! 1 -TUESDAY. THURSDAY
,i SVTURDAY. and Portsmouth
-U: a m Vouching at Old Point
V, i v ,v ,o't News going and re
and n. ?Pf- _ , Kiehmond about 5:30
turning. At B-r? r^, u'a" Evening traina.
p'Sre to Ricl' menu. Jl 50; to R?chm?n<l
and* return! P2.WJ to 'Richmond, second
^'-J-lelei^cheaper than other routes to
to Iii ?t^?,^
''Tickets1'for snle at ticket agencies;, of
learner* Frcigl"' r? Saliy^?