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Mr. Hanna, Here Are the Trusts.
Your Denial an Insult to the Intelligence of the People.
(Langdon Smith. In N. Y. Journal.)
In tho Interest of political truth and
equity, let us (or a brief period seize
the Republican trust battery and turn
Its guns upon the Imperial camp. Ilan
nn. Mauley, Itoosevelt, Dcpew, and,
lastly, Carnegie, arguing laboriously
and In their diverse fashions, arc like
to burst throwing mud at William Jen?
Those have become the princes of Re?
publican fallacy. Hanna represents the
soulless brutality of money. Manloy
stands for political falsehood. Roose?
velt for the patronizing condescension
of class. Depew for swivel-eyed fool?
ishness, and Carnegie for philanthropic
whitewash. They all place party be?
fore patriotism and the requirements
of loot before those of labor.
or the four, Hanna is ouslly the chief.
Devoid of eloquence and refinement, he
has neither the ability nor the tact to
punctuate his discourse with anything
more graceful than the oaths of a bully
and the gestures of a boor. Yet his
superior brutality has mude him great
in his party.
In- comparison, the bellowing and
chest-Slapping of Roosevelt, the puerile
and tinsel arguments of Depew, the
sophistries of Carnegie, and the plain
mlsstatemcnts of Ma nicy are prefera?
ble to Ilanna's direct Insults to the in?
telligence of worklngmen.
HANNA TRIES TO DECEIVE BY
Hnnnu believes that the people arc to
be deceived by specious llos. He as?
sumes that the mlsstatemenls will not
be inquired into. He dares to assert
that the common rights and liberties
or the people should be subjected to
the arbitrary will of a moneyed clique.
His wishes nre likely to be rewarded
only by the fear and hntred of bis fel
lowman. Even his bald head and
sparse, gray hairs cannot make his
hypocrisy venerable, or lend an air of
verisimilitude to bis arguments. With
all his talk he has never yet given the
people a valid reason for submitting
themselves to his Administration. That
it would ho his Administration who
will presume to doubt?
Let us proceed to demonstrate the
Hanna principle: Before a Cleveland
audience one year ago Hanna said:
"This hue and cry against so-called
trusts Is pure buncombe'. It Is design
to array class against class, and to
prejudice the minds of the American
people. I (Irmly believe that these legi?
timate combinations of capital will out?
live the criticism against them, nnd
that the people will soon see that these
lawful aggregations of wealth nre to
the best interests of mankind."
ADHERES TO II IS POSITION.
This, in brief, was Hanna's position
and belief a year ago. His ideas have
not changed within the year, although
his expressions have been altered in
a manner both astonishing and pain?
To an Intelligent audience last week
Hanna said: "There are no trusts."
To another Intelligent audience he re?
marked: "There are no classes In this
Now. what has caused the wonderful
change in the warts of this nolitlcnl
grenoutlle? Simply that be bns come
to think that the people are so Ignor?
ant they can be blinded with smoke,
nnd at the same time led to believe
that no lire exists.
There nre no trusts and there are no
classes, both of Which have been built
up and fostered BOlel" by the Republi?
can parly, of which Hamm Is the mas?
ter representative. Here la an illus?
American Sugar?Capital, $33,000,000:
yearly dividend, r, per cent.: Increased
prices due to Dingley tariff and Hanna
politics. fi-10c. per pound.
Standard Oil?Capllnl. $ll0.000.no0:
yearly dividend. 40 per cent.: Increased
prices due to Dingley tariff and Hanna
politics. 2c. per gallon.
American Tin Plate- Capital. Slf.,000,
000; yearly dividend. fi per cent.; In?
crease,1 prices <liie to Dingley tariff and
Hanna politics, 20 per cent.
American Tobacco?Capital, J6R.000,
000; yanrly dividend., 6 per cent.; In?
creased prices due to Dingley tariff, and
Hanna politics, 32 to 42 per cent.
American Window Glass?Capital,
$17,000,000; yearly dividend, ti per cent.;
increased prices due to Dingley tariff
and Hanna politics, 100 per cent.
Diamond Match?Capital, $15,000,000;
yearly dividend, 7 per cent.: increased
prices due to Dingley tariff and Hanna
politics, $4.50 to $7.50 per case.
National Salt?Capital. $12,000,000;
yearly dividend. G per cent.: Increased
prices duo to Dingley tariff und Hanna
politics, 75e. to $1.10 per barrel.
National Starch?Capital, $8,000.000:
yearly dividend" t> per cent.; Increased
prices due to Dingley tariff and Hanna
politics, 2% to 4% per cent, per pound.
United Zinc?Capital. $?.000.000; year?
ly dividend, 6 per cent.; Increased
prices due to Dingley turlft and Hanna
politics, 35 per cent.
Reef?Capital, $100,000.000; yearly div?
idend, 7 per cent.; Increased prices due
to Dingley tariff and Hanna politics,
5e. per pound.
Coal?Capital, $100.000,000; yearly div?
idend, 8 per cent.: increased prices due
to Dingley taria' und Hanna politics,
25c. to $1 per ton.
American Steel and Wire?Capital,
$9O,OUO,00li; yearly dividend, 7 per cent.:
Increased prices due to Dlggley tariff
und Hanna politics, 10 per cent.
Broom?Capital, $5.000,000; yearly
dividend, .1 per cent.; increased prices
due to Dingley tariff and Hanna poli?
tics. $1.75 to $2.S5 per dozen.
Soap?Capital, $7,000,000; yearly divi?
dend. 5 per cent.; Increased prices due
I to Dingley tariff and Hanna politics,
: $2.35 to $2.85 'per box.
All of these trusts are Republican in
Wages of employees have not been
increased a cent.
ALh THE STOCKS ARE WATERED.
In the above table the dividend per?
centage Is given at the lowest possible
figure. When it is considered that all
these trust stocks are watered from 30
to 50 per cent., the dividend moral be?
comes till the more obvious.
These ure only u few of the Republi?
can trusts which Hanna asserts do not
exist. There may have been sporadic
cases where a foreman here, or a few
faithful workmen there, have had their
wages increased, but the decrease In
other directions has more than counter?
balanced these benefits. In addition to
the concerns mentioned above, the trust
legislation of the Republican party has
enabled every combination of capital in
this country to flourish, at the expense
of labor. There is absolutely no excep?
In the fnce of this damning record,
how docs Hanna date to stand up and
tell an intelligent audience that the Re?
publicans have made prosperity by leg?
Whatever prosperity the workingman
of this country enjoys Is due to hard
work, unlimited capacity for suffering
i and the saving grace of God, but never
' to the Republican party.
THE DIVIDENDS AND THE WAGES
And speaking of classes, let Hanna
and his holy band or harp-twangers
look at the above table and note the
heart-breaking difference bet ween the
percentage column of the trusts and
Unit of the workingman, and then talk
of Democratic arraignment Of the
Here you have the classes with n
vengeance. They are separated, cut
out and defined by Republican legisla?
tion. On one side pride and the pock
etbook, on the other poverty and the
pick; on one side the magnate in his
rolling carriage, pondering on his full
purse, and on the other the hard
worked horse pondering on the promise
of a full nose-bag.
Whatever idass lines exist have been
drawn by Hanna nnd his kind, it is
tip to the voter to tear these lines down
by the legitimate use of the ballot.
Trust not to Hanna for succor or sur?
cease when he comes to buy your vote3
with trust contributions. He who has
deceived you once will deceive you
again. In the face of his pnst record,
his arguments have not even the color
of a virtue.
HANNA HAS MONEY TO BURN.
Twenty Thousand Dollars for "Teddy" Pinks, But Not a
Dollar for the Poor.
(From tho New York Journal.)
The highly Important question as to
the sort of flower the Republican party
should adopt as Its emblem was set?
tled at Republican National Head?
quarters last Thursday. It is Hie car?
More real friction and bad foelitfg
have been caused among the big Re?
publicans over this matter than any?
body can Imagine. The Republicans
will burn up $20,000 on the flowers;
nothing to give to the poor.
First, it was unanimously resolved to
have a yellow flower as near the col?
or of gold as possible. Ip order to
carry out this Idea scouts were sent
to all of the Republican florists in the
nation to discover the most expressive
yellow flower that might be worn In a
No cheap flower would suit.
The instructions were that It had to
be as yellow as gold, and that It must
cost a lot of gold to get. No success
attended the scouts. All the yellow
Mowers they could find at the Republi
can florists were these:
National Committeeman Oibbs in?
stantly had till tho colors and was
reaching out for more, in order to cre?
ate a trust of them. The Republican
managers were jubilant. Tiny almost
burst into cheers when they learned
that carnation is derived from Car
natio, meaning fresh, and Cam, mean?
Orders were Instantly sent out that
every man who participates In the big
Republican parade on November 3 must
weaer a Teddy R. carnation. A con?
tract has been made with several big
Republican florists to get big crops of
WILL SPEND $20,000.
The National Committee is going to
spend at least $20.000 besides for the
Teddy R. flowers. Money is no object.
The watchword of the men at head?
"Money talks! Come, and get some."
WHAT THE $20,000 WILL PURCHASE.
4,000 barrels of flour, at $5 a barrel.
400.000 loaves of bread, at 5 cents a loaf.
100.000 pounds of steak (best), at 20 cents a pound.
10.000 bushels of beans or peas, at $2 a bushel .
100,000 pounds of roast beef, at 20 cents a pound.
]0o!o00 pounds of butter, at 20 cents a pound.
100,000 dozen eggs, at 20 cents a dozen.
1G.000 barrels of potatoes, at $1.25 a barrel.
1 000.000 cabbages, at $2 per hundred.
200,000 quarts of milk, at 10 cents per quart.
20,000 pairs of children's shoes, at $1 per pair.
2,000 overcoats, at $10 per coat.
4,000 tons of coal, at $5 per ton.
80,000 pairs of stocklntrs. at 25 cents a pair.
2.000 suits of clothing, at $10 per suit.
133,333 pounds of corned beef, at 15 cents per pound.
SWEET POTATOES AUROAD.
Virginia to Help Introduce Them In
Hon. G. w. Kolner, Commissioner of
Agriculture, has been called upon by Mr.
D. M. Ncshlt, of the United States De?
partment of Agriculture, to assist the
latter in introducing sweet potatoes Into
European markets. Mr. K?lner Is heurt
|y in favor of the proposition of the
Washington officials, and has signified
his Intention of seeing that Virginia
sends her portion of the sweet potatoes
that are to be sent for trial In European
Thb United States Department last
March made a trial shipment of potatoes
to .London and 1'arls. Dr. Wrny, in ro
porting the result of the experiment) said
that many persons with whom he talked
I had never before eaten American sweet
potatoes, nnd their llrst impression of
I them was not favorable, but after a sec?
ond and third trial, they were voted very
palatable. Dr. Wray is strongly of the
opinion that if sweet potatoes are Intro?
duced through the proper channels, they
will find a considerable sale in the Eng?
lish market, lie says to Introduce them
it will be necessary to educate tho rtrlt
isher up to them, and that it would be
advisable to have printed a small circu?
lar, giving tho various recipes fory cook?
ing and serving. Dr. Wray says that a
considerable sale would be Insured from
the start by the demand of the marty
American families for this product of
thrlr country. It is the Intention of the
department to also ship bwcet potatoes
drlcd and canned,
never any ex
tcrual signs of
the blood is
polluted and the system thoroughly con?
taminated by this deadly virulent poison.
Then a sore or ulcer appears on some
part of the l>ody ; it may be small and
harmless looking at first, but as the can?
cerous cells form and are deposited by
the blood near the sore, it increases in
size aud severity, with sharp shooting
pains. No matter how often the sore is
removed by the surgeon's knife or flesh
destroying plasters, another comes and is
worse. Ine real disease is in the hlood,
and the treatment must begin there. The
poisoned blood must be invigorated and
purified, and when this is done cancerous |
cells can no longer form and the sore will '
heal naturally and permanently.
Mrs. Sarah At. Kersting,
04t Windsor Ave. Rristol,
Tenn.. write*: "I am 41
years old, and for three
yea 1 s had Etillcrcd with a
severe form of Cancer on
ay jaw, which the doctors
said was Incurable, and
that I could not live more
than six months, 1 accept
cd their statement nstruc,
and had given up all hope
of ever being well again,
when my druggist, know?
ing of tiiycotKlition.rccoin
uiendcd S.S. S. After tak?
ing a few bottles the sore
began to heal, to the surprise of the physicians,
and in a short time made a complete cure. I have
gained in flesh, my appetite is splendid, sicco is
refreshing?in fact, am enjoying perfect health."
overcomes this de?
structive poison and
removes every vestige
of it from the system,
makes new, rich blood,
strengthens the body and builds up the
If you have a suspicious sore, or have in?
herited any blood taint, scntl for our free
book on Cancer, and write to our medical
department for any information or advice
wanted ; we make no charge for this ser?
vice. Your letter will receive prompt and
careful attention, and will be held in
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Norfolk Iron Works,
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Norfolk" and HtiantiG Terminal
The following schedule, effective 7:45 I
A. M.. SEPTEMBER ISlh, 1900. Close
connection tnado at Ohl Point with
Eleotrlo .trains fc Phoebus, Hampton,
and Newport News._
Lv. Ar. Lv. Ar.
Norf.dk. Old Tt. Old Pt. Norfolk.
?7::?? a. m| 8:30 a m| ::J0 a m| N:30 a m
B:00 a m!10:u0 a m| tla 0:00 :i m 10:00 a m
10:30 a m|:i:30 a m| da 10:30 a m "
12:00 m 1 1:00 p nil da 12:00 m
I :3(> p ml l':30 p m| da 1:30 p m
:i:uo l) mi v.r.) i> m1 a "" ?
11:30 a m
2:30 p m
Tf30 p in; i>:i') p mj da 4:30 p m 6:30 p
6:00 p ml 7:00 i> ml da ti:0o p m 7:00 p in
7:30 p m| N.30 p in| da 7:30 p m 8:30 p m
p ni|i0:00 p mi d.t 9:00 p m|l0:U0 p m
?Daily except Sunday.
Local cars for Lambert's Point and J
Tanner's Creek will leave Norfolk at li:30
a. m., 7:30 a.m., fc:30 a. m. and every 30 j
minutes thereafter until .V00 p. m.
I.oeal cars will leave Tanner's Creek
for Norfolk at 7:00 a. in.. S>:0J a. m., 9:00
n. m. und every half-hour thereafter un?
til S:00 p. m.
Schedule subject to change without
Baggage checked from Old Point Pier |
to a.iy point in tho city.
L. D. MATH ES.
s"S-tf General Superintendent.
TO RICHMOND, CINCINNATI. LOUIS?
VILLE AND THE WEST.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 1, 1900.
S:10 a. m.?Dally, with Parlor Car. to I
Richmond, connects at Rich?
mond, except Sunday, with
R. F. and P. to Wash?
ington and the North, and at
Richmond with St, Louis LI: -
Ited, leaving Richmond L':l> ,.
m. dally, with Pullman Sleep?
ing Cars, for Cincinnati,
Louisville and St. Louis.
3.30 p. m.?Dally for Richmond. Stops I
at all stations on Peninsula
Division. Connects with It. F.
and P. train North and with
F. F. V. daily for Cincinnati,
Louisville and the West. Pull
Bian Sleeping Cur.
C. & O. ARRIVES AT NORFOLK.
12:15 p. m.?Daily from Richmond and
7:05 p. m.?Dally from Cincinnati, Louis?
ville and Richmond.
For further Information, rates, tickets.
Pullman and Parlor Car reservation apply !
to C. F. BARRETT. Ticket Agent, or F.
W. CURD, T. P. A., Grnnby Street Office.
Norfolk. Va, JOHN D. POTTS.
_A.. G. P. A. j
The Steamer S. A. McCall
leaves the N. V. P. & N. wharf with I
freight and passengers for Newport Nows
j a.l Jame? River landings and Petersburg
every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at
61.ID. 'Passenger and freight rates much
lower than any other line.
First-class tickets between Norfolk and
Fctcrsburg, $1.00. First-class round trip
to Petersburg and return $1.75. Second
ciass tickets etralght. .-j cents; round
J. E. DEY Agent.
H. B. COOK F.. Gon'l Agent.
4. W. PHILLIPS. Owner.
Double Daily Service
SHOUT 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. AN D PORTO RICO;
ST. AUGUSTINE, PALM REACH.
MIAMI. FLORIDA EAST COAST AND
THE ENTIRE SOUTH.
. Norfolk .I '9:0!> a ml
Portsmouth .I 9:30 a m
Suffolk .i 10.0] a m|
Lewlston, N. C. ...I 1:15 p m
Weldon .I 11:53 a m
Henderson .' i:53 p ml
Raleigh . 3:47 p m
Foutli-rn Pines ... 6:12 p ml
Wilmington .| 3:05 p m
Charlotte .| 10:?C p ml
iinmlot . 7:10 p ml
Lv. Ilnmlot .
Ar. Columbia, E. T.
' Jackrom lllo .. ..
" Tnnpa .
' Atlanta. C. T. ...
" Macon .
Montgomery ... .
'? Mobile .
" New Orleans _
Chattanooga .. ..
I " Nashville.,
Connections at Now Orleans with South?
ern Pacific and Texas and Pacific Rail?
ways for ull points In Texas. Mexico and
No. 40:'?Arrives Portsmouth dally at
7:00 a. m.
No. JS?Arrives Portsmouth Dally at 5:50
_ J. NV. BROWN, JR.,
Pass'r Agt.. 199 Main St.. Norfolk. Va.
Trav. Pass'r Agt., Portsmouth. Va.
E. ST. JOHN, Vlto President and Gen?
V. E. M'BEE. General Superintendent.
H. W. Ii. GLOVER. L. S. ALLEN.
Traffic Millinger. Gon'l Pass'r Agt.
HoifoiR S Souinera 11 ca.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SEPT. 20. 1990.
MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK DAILY (except) Sunday 10 a. in.
ror lielhavon and all stations. Connects
at Euenton Cor Plymouth. Jamcsvllle,
\\ illianiMuu and Windsor. For landings
on Cltowan river TUESDAY, THURS?
DAY nnd SATURDAY, and for Scuppor
nong river MONDAY and FRIDAY. Con?
nects at Belhavcn with old i ?niiiinion
steamers for Mackleyvllic, Aurora. South
Creek and Washington, N. C. Connects
nl Elizabeth city with steamer for Scup
pcrnoiiK River Landings MONDAY and
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK at 1:10 p, m. TUESDAY, THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Edenlon and
all lnterinetlialo stations. Connect s at
Rhcnbeth City with steamer for New
Horn, Roanoko Island and Oriental.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
MAILAND EXPRESS DAILY (except)
Sunday ill -I:;?, p. and at 11 a. m.
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATUR?
DAY, Passenger station, Norfolk and
Western depot, Freight station on Water
I Steamer leaves Norfolk. Water street
j station, :t p. m. TUESDAY and FRIDAY
for Elizabeth City via Albcmarlo and
I Chesapeake Canal.
Virginia Beach Division.
LEAVE NORFOLK. PARK AVENUE
Week Days?6:15 a. in., 10:43 a. m., 3:00
p, in., 5:10 p. m.
Sunday?9:30 a. m., 11:30 a. m., 1:30 p. m.a
3:30 p. m.
LEAVE VIRGINIA REACH.
Week Days?S:20 a. in,. 12:30 p. in., 4:13 p.
m.. U:00 p. in.
Sunday?10:15 a. ii).. 12:30 p. m., 2:30 p. m.,
?:i"j p. fn.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Leave Norfolk?9:45 n. m. and 4:15 \>. m.
Arrive Munden Point?11:30 n. m. and 5:45
Leave Munden Point?7:00 a. m. und 1:45
Arrive Norfolk?8:30 n. ni. nnd 3:30 p. in.
tic; > ut all intermediate stations.
Steamer Comet leaves Munden Point
11:30 a. m. MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
and FRIDAY for Currltuok Sound Land?
ings and returns TUESDAY, THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY.
Gen. Freight and Pass. Agcfib
M. K. KING. General Manager.
Th3 now nnd powerful Iron palace
?tcamrr.i NEWPORT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK, will leave
ually aa follows:
Leave Portsmouth, N. & W.
S. U Co. '5:00 p. m.
Leave Norfolk. N. ft W. S. B.
Co. 6:00 p. m.
Leave old Point Comfort . 7:o0 p m.
Arrive i-. Washington . 6:45 a. m.
Leavo Washington, B & O.
R. 11.??3:30 a. rn.
Lc-iivo Washington, Penn. R.
R. ?7:20 a. m.
Arrive la Phladclphia. Pcnn.
lt. R."IOiSj a. m.
Arrive In Philadelphia. B. &
O. R. It.**11:27 a. m.
Arrive la New York. Ponn.
R R. "1:15 p. m.
Arrive In New York. B. &
O. R R. ?'1:45 p. m.
Leave New York, Bonn. It. It. ?12:55 p. tn.
Leave Wo? York, B. & O.
r it.**1:00 p. ni.
Leave Philadelphia, Petn. IL
It. ?3:12 p. m.
Leave Philadelphia, B & O.
Arrive la Washington. I'cnn.
It. R.???.". *6:10 p. m.
Arrlva in Washington. B. & O.
R. 11. ??6:00 p. m.
Leavo Washington . ?G:30 p. m.
Arrive Old Point Comfort. 7:00 a. m.
Arrive in Norfolk. 8:00 a. m.
Arrive In Portsmouth. 8:3J a. m.
Leave New York. Ii & o.
r. it. U:30 a. m.
Arrlvo Washington, B & O.
It. It. 4:30 p. m.
?Dally. . _ .
??Daily, except Sunday.
TScko's on talo at B. & O. ticket office.
N & C. ofllcc, et W. T. Welkes and
company's o:iico on wharf.
For further Information apply
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C-? LYDE'8 REGULAR LINE STEAM
3 SHIPS TO PHILADELPHIA.
THE ONLY DIRECT LINE FROM .NOR.
1 KUl.K TO PHILADELPHIA.
Vnt'l further orders steamers are np
notnted to sail from Norfolk every MON
Vi\Y WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at
i n in . and from Philadelphia every
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATUR?
DAY Through Bills of Lading to all
iiotnu-?c-uth and Southwest via Seaboard
Air Line. Atlnntlo Coast Line. Norfolk
nnd Western Dispatch. Virginia. Tennes?
see and Georgia Air Lino. Southern Rall
i.-iv and Norfolk and Southern Railroads,
way un jAg w M'CARRICK.
General Southern Agent. Norfolk. Va.
\V P. CLYDE fz CO..
Cca'l Agents. Philadelphia. Pa,
NORFOLK & OCEAN VIEW R'Y.
QUICK AND FREQUENT SERVICE
BETWEEN NORFOLK. OCEAN
VIEW. OLD POINT, HAMP?
TON AND NEWPORT
Cnrs leave West Main street, corner
Ornnby street (opposlto New Atlantic
Hotel.) Henry street station discontin?
TEMPORARY schedule TAKING
EFFEt it i >? :ti ?ber m. woo.
eal ear follows
Ocean view r
le is for express cars; lo
exprt as to Ocean view.
.1 Car Tickets Rood on
<n to any part of Norfolk.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
IN EFFECT MAY 1st, 1900.
I No. 103
No. 49 IDTy ex
Ports. June .
Tunis. N. C. ;.
llobfoo?. N C.
Tarboro. N. C.
Rocky Mount. N. C
Wllllamston. N. C.
Plymouth. N. C. ...
Washington. N. C..
Kluston. N. C.
GoULhoro. N. C. .
Wilmington. N. C
Plorence, S. C. .
Charleston. S. C
Macon. Ga. .
Ar. Savannah. Ga. ...
Ar. Jacksonville. Fla.
No. 49 dallv conti Tis villi A. C. L. train
33 for all points South.
No. 103 dally, except Sunday, makes
close connection at Kobgood for washing
ton, N. C. Klnston N. C, and Plymouth.
N. C? nti.i all Eastern Catolina rolnts;
also at Rocky Mount with A. C. L. train
Sr. for all points South.
No. 103 dally, except Sunday, makes
close connection at Ahoskle. for Windsor.
N. C. and stations on W. A P. R. R.
Trains arrive nj Norfolk at 5:55 p. m.
dally: also at 10:23 a. m. dally, except
No. 49 runs through without chango
Norfolk to Wilmington.
Eaggagc cheeked at Company's Norfolk
wharf, and also ul otlle.? of Passenger
and Ticket Agent. 171 Main street (oppo?
site Atlantic Hotel).
For tickets to all points South, sleeping
car reservation and gonerul Information
call on or address
J. A. NEUGEBAUER,
Passenger and 'I Iclcet Apent.
JAMES F. MAUPIN.
General Forwarding A.;.'at.
II. M. EMERSON. Gen. Pass. Agent.
?;. M. 8ERPEI.L. Gen. Supt.
T. M. EMERSON. Traffic Manager.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET~C0
a A V UlN L'..
COMMENCING MONDAY. NOV. 10. 1899.
Lv. Portsmouth, High street ,..!B:3 p in
Lv. Norfolk. Ma|n street . !6:00 p m
Ar. Old Point, Hygela Pier . 17:00 p m
Ar. Baltimore. Union Dock . 6:30 a in
NORTHBOUND _I V. R. R. | B. & O.
Lv. Baltlmoro .I 7:45 a mil 7:55 a m
Lv. Philadelphia .?10:15 a m] !10:16 a m
Ar. New York .[*12:43 p m|!12:Jj n'n
SOUTHBOUND | P. R. R. | B. & O.
Lv. New Vork .I 13:55 p ml 1:00 p m
Lv. Phda.lelphia .1 3:13 p ml !3:07 p m
Ar. Palt., Union St'n I 5:13 p ml 15:10 p m
Lv ltalllmore. Light street now
piers direct for tho South . 6:10 p m
Lv. Old Point . 6:15 a m
Ar. Norfolk . 7:00 n m
Ar. Portsmouth ..8:30 a m
!?Daily exeept Sunday. ?- Dally.
Tickets Hold to all points North, East
and West and baggage cheeked to destb
nation Staterooms reserved upon apph
cation In person at the company's office.
No. 199 West Mala street, or on board
Freight will not bo received after 4 p.
m. to go forward that day.
For further Information npply to
-3. W. BROWN, Jr.,
Southern Passenger Agent
?=aasEt?UK? Sohedu'O in Effect
MAY 37, 1900.
LEAVE NORFOLK DAILY.
7:10 a. m.?For Richmond, Washington,
Lynchburg and the West Pull?
man Buffett Parlor Cnrs. Nor?
folk and Roanoko, after June
9:35 a. m.?"Ocean Shore Limited" for
Richmond dally and dally ex?
cept Sunday for Washington.
Steps at Suffolk, Wavcrly, Pe?
4:30 p. m.?Richmond Limited for Rich?
mond and Washington. Stops
only at Suffolk, Waverly and
7:30 p. m.?For Petersburg. Lynchburg,
the West and Southwest.
Trains arrive at Norf..Ik dally 9:10 a.
nr. 11:20 a. in., 3:35 p. m. and 10:10 p. m.
Tickets und all Information at station
and 10 Granby street.
W. B. HAJ5LEWOOD,
City Passenger Agent.
W. B. BEVILL, G. P. A.
FOR BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
Boston -Ml INDA YS. \\ EDNESDAYS.
FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS at 6 u. nt.
For Providence - Every TUESDAY,
THURSDAY and SUNDAY nt 6 p. m.
FARES TO BOSTON and PROVI?
First-class. Includlnb meals and
stain room berth.?9 09
intermediate. Including meals and
State room berth .k 00
Steerage. Including meals and bunk 7 00
Perishable freight sent via Providence,
forwarded by early train to Boston, and
at the same rate as by direct steamers
Thursday's Providence ship carries no
For further Information, apply to
r i! WRIGHT. Agent, Nurfolk.Va.
A D. STBBBINS, Asst. Traffic Mgr.
W P. TURNER, General Pass. Agt.
,j C. WHITNEY, TrafflO Manager.
General Offices. /Baltimore, Md.
MAY JAMES RIVER LINE.
For Richmond and James River Land
iie-s the steamer Dutnont leaves Roanoko
Dock MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND
FRIDAY, a< ? A. M.. for Richmond.
Newport New? and James River Land?
ings Fare to Richmond. $1.00 straight;
$1 go round trip. To avoid early rising
staterooms can bo secured tho evening
before. First-class meals sorved on
b01d'phone 6? F. V. ARCHER.
Now phono l-'J. General Muuuger.
Old Dominion Steamsbip Co'sbine
FOR NEW TORK.-Pas
senger ships arc appointed
to sali from Norfolk dally,
except Sunday, at 6:00 p. m.
FROM NEW TOUK?Dal?
ly, except Sunday, at 3:00 p.
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS UN?
Fnre. Including meals and state?
room berth . JS.OO
Pound trip (limited to thirty days) 13.09
For tickets and reservation of state?
rooms, npply at ticket office. No. 199
Main street, or at general office at wharf
Ships leaves Old Point for Norfolk
Sunday at about ?:30 a. m.
Time schedule of steamers "Hampton
Honds." "Mobjack." "Luray." "Acco
tnack." "Ocracoke" and "Virginia Dare,"
nailing daily, except Sunday, from Com?
pany s wharf. Norfolk.
FOR OLD POINT?At 6:30 and 11:15 a.
m. and 4:15 p. m.: Portsmouth. 6:45 and
10:05 a. m. and 3:05 p. m.: Ray Line
wharf. Norfolk, at 7:00 and 11:30 a. m.
and 4:30 p. in.
FOR HAMPTON?At 11:15 a. m. and
4:15 p. m.; Portsmouth. 10:05 n. m. and
3:05 p. m.J Ray Line wharf, 11:30 a. m.
and 4:30 p. m.
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FlELD?At 6:50 n. m. and 2:30 p. m.;
Portsmouth. 7:00 a. m. ntul 2:45 p. m.;
Bay Lln.? wharf. 7:10 u. m. nnd 3:00 p. m.
FOR WARE AND EAST RIVERS
At 6:30 n. :n.; Portsmouth, 6:45 a. m.; Bay
Line wharf. 7:00 a. m.
FOR NORTH RIVER?On Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, nt 6:30 a. m.i
Portsmouth, 6:43 a. m.i Bay Line, 7:00 a.
FOR SEVERN RIVER ? Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 6:30 a. m.;
Portsmouth, 6:45 a. m.; Bay Line wharf,
7:00 a. in.
FOR RACK. POQDOSIN AND YORK
RIVER LANDINGS AND CRAB NECK.
On Monday. Wednesday nnd Friday, at
6:15 n. m.; Portsmouth. 6:30 n. m.; Bay
Line. 6.45 iu m. Relurlng following day.
FOR NANSEMOND RIVER AND
SUFFOLK?At 3:00 p. nv; Portsmouth.
3:10 p. m. connecting at Suffolk with 8.
and C. Railroad.
Freight for Ware. East. North. Severn.
Rack. Poquosln. York and Nansemona
River Landings must bo prepaid.
All schedules subject to chango with?
Freight for Washington and New Bern,
N. C received at and delivered from N.
and S. Railroad depot.
Freight recetvod dally, except Sunday,
until 5:00 p. in.
M. B. CROWELL.
II. B. WALKER, Traffic Manager,
_ New York, N. Y.
DOUBLE DAILY SCHEDULES
TO ALL POINT*
EFFECTIVE AUGUST 19, 1900.
Lv. Norfolk. 9:35 a m 7:40 p at
Ar. Sultolk .10.41 a m 8.52 p m
Ar. Franklin .11.23 a iu 9.3? p n?
Ar...Emporla .12.40 p in 11.U3 p iu
Ar. BulttTalo Junction. 3.21 p m 2.03 a m
Ar. Dauvlllo . 6:30 p ni 4:-"0 a m
Lv. Norfolk .... 9:00 u in
Ar. Raleigh . S.50 p m
Ar. Durham . 4:43 p m
Ar. Greensboro . 6:35 p m
Lv. Dunvllle . 5:4S p m 4:S3 a m
Lv. Greensboro . 7:10 p in 6:48 a m
Ar. Salisbury . 8:24 p m 6:65 a m
Ar. Charlotte. 9:45 p m_B:05 a rn
Lv. Salisbury . 8:40 p m 9:10 a'tri
Ar. Ashevillo . 12:10 a m 2:20 p m
Ar. Hot Springs. 1:29 a m 4:02 p ra
Ar. Knoxvlllo . 4:15 a in 7;20 p m
Ar. Chattanooga . 7:40 a m 11:35 p u
Ar. Naahvllle . 6:55 p ni 6:40 a ra
Lv. Chattanooga . 8:00 a m
Ar. Memphis . 7:10 p m
Lv. Charlotte . 10:00 p m
Ar. Atlanta . 5:10 a m
Ar. Montgomery . 10:31 a m
Ar. Mobilo . 4:12 p m
Ar. New Orleans . IM pro
Lv. Atlanta . 6:40 a m 47l~5 p m
Ar. Rlrmingham . 11:35 a m 10:00 p m
Ar. Memphis . 8:05 p in 7:15 a ra
Lv. Charlotte . 9:55 p m 8:10 a m
Ar. Columbia . 1:15 a m 11:20 a m
Ar. Augusta . 8:00 a m 2:6u p m
Ar. Savannah . 6:10 a in 3:15 p m
Ar. Jacksonville . 9:25 a m 7:10 p n?
Ar. Tampa . 10:00 p m 7:30 a to
Pullman Pnlncc Sleeping Cars.
For ull Information apply at
CITY TICKET OFFICE. MAIN AND
GRANUY STREEAS. 'PHONES 142.
Baggage ended for and checked from
hotels and residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company on orders left at ticket of?
FRANK S. CANNON.
Third V. President and Gen'l. Mgr.
J. M. CULP. W. A. TURK.
Traffic Mgr. Gcn'l Pass. Agt,
Washington. D. C.
W. B. RROWN. Pass. Agt.. Norfolk. Va,
CAPE \ Ncw York?
ROUTE \ Railroad.
QUICK TIME-LOW RATES.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SUNDAY.
NOVEMBER IS. 16S9.
1:15 a. m.?Daily, except Sunday?(Ports?
mouth, High street, 7:2S a. m.Jf
Arrive at Philadelphia 6:43 p,
m.i New York at S:33 p. m.
c 00 p m. ? Dally (Portsmouth. High
street, D.2U p. m.) Arrive at
Philadelphia 5:10 a. m.; Now
York, 7.4J a. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
9 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 35 d. m.?Dally, except Sunday (Ports
v mouth. High street. <:45 p.
m.), leaving New York at 8:00
u. in.; Philadelphia. 10:20 a. m.
Clos? connection mada with all rail and)
sound lines to ond from Boston.
Pullman Sleeping Carp on night trains
between Jersey City. Philadelphia and)
CpPul!manrleRuffet Pnlacs Cars on day
trains between Philadelphia and Cape
* Through tickets sold and baggage
checked at Walke s Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, at Pnssenger btation at the
Wharf and on Steamers. r
General Passenger and Freight Agent
Virginia Havigaiion Compagg's
Fill AND WINTER SCHEDULE.
FOR RICHMOND. PETERSBURG,
CLAREMONT. OLD TOINT. NEw!
PORT NEWS AND JAMES RIVER
LANDINGS DIRECT. BY DAYLIGHT.
The elegant saloon steamer Pocahontaa
leaves Clyde's wharf. Norfolk, at 7
a m. every TUESDAY. THURSDAY
and SATURDAY. and Portsmouth
7-10 a. m., touching at Old Point
and Newport News going and re?
turning. Arrives at Richmond about 6:3>
p. m.. connecting with all evening t,rt?lns.
Faro to Richmond. Jl SO; to Richmond
and return. i2.6o; to Richmond, 'socond
Tickets cheaper than other routes to
Richmond. Petersburg, Waverl:. Hlcks
ford and stations on the Atlantic and
Danvilla Division of the Southern Rail?
way Campanyi and to all points via
Tickets for sale nt ticket agencies of
Walko & Son, H. Brandt and on board
steamer. Freight received dally (Sunday,
excepted) for ull abovo named points
JAMES W. M'CARRICK. AgeaV