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Foreign mid Coa?tnriao.
Russian simp. Heros, Seveelman,
Port Tampa, for coal.
Norwegian stmp. Aqulla, Andearsen,
Pensacola, for coal.
Sehr. J. J. Ward, Wilbur, New York,
Russian stmp. Heros, Seveelman,
Stettin, coaled, and sailed.
Norwegian stmp. Aquila, Andreasen,
Sehr. H. L. Haker, Mohr, Daquira,
coal, and sailed.
Sehr. Wni. Cobb, Cook, Baltimore,
German stmp. Bellagglo, Buss, Rio de
Sehr. Elvcrda S. Elzey, Elzey, New?
Sehr. John Ii. Carrlngton, McCarty,
Barge George Moon. Providence, coal.
Barges Hope and Volunteer, Bridge?
ALBEMARLE AND CHESAPEAKE
Stmr. Carolina, towing, North Caro?
lina to Norfolk. i
Stmr. W. B. Rogers, merchandise,
North Carolina to Norfolk.
Stmr. Columbia, towing. North Caro?
lina to Philadelphia.
Barge Comet, lumber. North Carolina
Barge Orion, lumber, North Carolina
Barge Mars, lumber, North Carolina
Barge Mercury, lumber, North Caro?
lina to Philadelphia.
Barge Venus, lumber, North Carolina
Stmr. Thomas Newton, merchandise,
Norfolk to North Carolina.
Stmr. Croatan, towing, Norfolk to
Sehr. May and Ann Beswlck, light,
Norfolk to North Carolina.
Lighter Cape Charles, light, Norfolk
to North Carolina. \
Stmr. John Taxis, liaht, Norfolk to
No'th Carolina. \
Stmr. Col. J. C. Hill, V'ht, NonTolk
to North Carolinn. /
Galveston, Dec. 28.?Cleared, stmt.
Teodoro do Larrinaga (Br.), for Man?
chester via Norfolk.
New Orleans. 'Dec. 2S.?Cleared,
sinus. Briaradaie (Br.), for Copenha?
gen via Norfolk; Otaneda (Span.), Ge?
noa via Norfolk.
Philadelphia, Dec. 2S. ? Arrived,
stmr. Bertie and Maud, from Norfolk.
Antwerp, Dec. 27.?Arrived, stmr.
Henrietta IL, from Penscacola via
Amsterdam Doc. 27.?Arrived, stmr.
Tolosa, from Newport News.
Barcelona, Dec. 23.?Arrived, stmr.
Cunaxa, from Savannah via Norfolk.
Bremen, Dec. 2S.?Arrived, stmrs.
Cento, from Galveston via Norfolk;
Neptune, Galveston via Norfolk.
Havre, Dec. 2S.?Arrived, stmr. Hud
dcrsfiold, from Mobile via Norfolk for
Liverpool, Dec. 27.?Sailed, stmr,
Kanawlia, for Newport News.
Manchester Dec. 27.?Arrived, stmr.
Nlceto, from Galveston via Norfolk.
Montevideo, Dec. 21.?Arrived, stmr.
Boxgrove, from Norfolk via St. Lucia.
Prnwle Point, Doc. 2S.? Passed, stmr.
Slverdale, from Fernandina via Nor?
folk for Rotterdam.
Rotterdam, Dec. 25.?Arrived, stmr.
Llanover, from New Orleans via Nor?
St. Michaels, Dec. 27.?Arrived, stmr.
Lincltidcn, front Norfolk for London
(all for coal).
Slngupore, Dec. 28.?Arrived (previ?
ously), Stmr. Knight Errand, from
Norfolk for Manila.
St. Louis. Du Rhone, Dec. 20.?Arriv?
ed, stmr. Sandfled, from Port Tampa
GRAIN EXPORTS. (
Tho following are the grain exports
from Norfolk for th^ week ending Sat?
urday, December 2'Jth, l'.l?O:
Flour, barrels . 950
Corn, bushels .202.Ss2
Meal, barrels . -100 j
Oats, bags . 819
Among the exports shipped the past
week from Norfolk-Portsriiouth, the
following are taken from the custom?
By American steamship Santuit, De?
cember 28th, for Jamaica, 950 barrels
Hour. 400 barrels meal, :il9 bags oats.
2.870 bags corn, 11 tons hay, 60 barrels
pork?the total valued at $'.t,S30.
By Norwegian steamship Souga, De?
cember 21, for St. Lucia, 2.:150 tons of
coal (for Kingston), 3,000 tons of coal
(for St. Lucia)?the total valued at $11,
By Norwegian steamship Donald, De?
cember 24th, for Kingston, 020 tons
coal, 1 barrel mess pork?the total
valued at $1,625.
By British steamship Klngara, De?
cember 24th, for Rotterdam, 68,5."l
bushels corn?the total valued at $34,
By British steamship Margaret
Jones, December 26th, for Aronmouth,
128.571 bushels corn, valued at $61,2S0.
MAR I NIC NOTES.
Captain' Marshall, of the schooner J.
3-Iowell Leeds, "which went ashore at
,Assateague, Va., In the late storm,
poted an extended protest yesterday
"With ("apt. Goorge F. Phillips, marine
Capt. Theodore S. Chase, of the tug
Ocean King, and the captains of the
barges Astoria find Roundout, strand?
ed on the beach near Cobh's Island
inlet recently, have noted protests with
Capt. George F. Phillips. Both barges
are filled with water and nre breaking
Captain Chase, while, as he thought,
was 'proceeding up Chesapeake bay,
mistook the Cape Charles light for the
light at the tail of the Horseshoe, and
ran on the outer beach.
It Is stated that the tug John I.
Brady, In starting with her tow to Bal?
timore yesterday, in passing out the
hnrbor, fouled the schooner Cherubim,
carrying away her Jibbooni.
The six-masted schooner George W.
Wells has arrived nt New York with a
cargo of 4C.00O railroad ties from Bruns?
wick, Ga. This Is the greatest cargo
Of ties ever carried in a vessel, 12,000
being an ordinary cargo.
"Papa," said little Tomnw. "our Sun?
day school teacher road that v.e must
nil be born, again." "Well," queried
bis father. " "But I don't want to In?
born again." said the little fellow.
'?Why not?" asked his father. "Be?
cause." answered Tommy, "I'm afraid
I might be born a girl."
THE ORIGIN OF MAN.
Scientists Claim He Existed Mil?
lions of Years Ago,
Pacts Upon Which Their Theory I? Based?
Siberia Saul to lie the Cradle of the Hu?
man Kucc?Fossils Discovered In That
In endeavoring to determine in what
particular part of the world the human
race developed, for the readers of The
Nineteenth Century, Samuel YVudding
ton finds it necessahy, first, to consider
Its antiquity; and though he speaks as
a man of letters and not as an original
investigator of those scientific prob?
lems, his attempt to show that man
dates back no more than a million
years is no without considerable force.
From the fact that ho human, bones
have been found which clearly precede
the <iuarternary period it has, been sup?
posed that the race ciutd iiol well be
more than a hundred thousand years
old, But Lyell has remarked upon the
singular disappearance of bones which
are comparatively modern. Thousands
of Dutch and Spanish soldiers perished
in the Luke of Haarlem only three cen?
turies ago. Vet when the Dutch Gov?
ernment drained that body <>f water In
1S53 not a solitary skeleton could be
discovered there, although fragments
of ships were exhumed. If in so short
a period as this bones can be resolved
Into their original elements, how nearly
hopeless It is to seek for those belong?
ing to an era thousands or millions of
years earlier. The argument drawn
from such a failure, therefore, is ex?
tremely weak, especially sinee stone
implements and chips left in the pro?
cess of manufacturing them ba\e been
discovered in deposits that appear to
antedate the glacial epoch, which ex?
tended from about 210,000 to SO.0UO
Darwin thought It possible that prim?
itive man existed In the earliest of the
three divisions of the tertiary period,
tin: eocene, and Wallace is confident
that such was the case. Huxley, touch?
ing upon the ancestors of man rail, r
than man himself, dec hired that they
should be looked for In an age as far
removed from the mammoth as that
the latter 18 from Hie present time.
Scientists as well as progressive the?
ologians now believe In the evolution of
man from a slightly lower form of ani?
mal, but anthropologists are not in?
clined to think that the human race i:
derived directly from any existing
species of ape. The generally-accepted
notion Is ^hat the modern ape repre?
sents a collateral branch merely, and
the divergence of man from the parent
stock Is assigned to the middle stage of
the tertiary, the miocene, or the
eocene. Now, Dana estimates the in?
terval which has elapsed since tho be?
ginning of the tertiary at about one
twentieth of all the geologic time,
while others believe that the earth has
been In a condition to sustain life for
from 20.000.000 to 100.ooo.00rt years. The
opening of the eocene, then, is thus
carried back between 1,000,000 and :">.
000,0(0 years. Tills calculation is by no
means final and definite, but it discred?
its the 100.000-year basis almost as
much as it does Archbishop Usher's
CLIMATE HAD INFLUENCE.
1 Having thus disposed of the question
as to the time when man made his de?
but on this planet, the Nineteenth Cen?
tury writer cites Sir Archibald c.eikte
ami other geologists regarding the cli?
mate of Central Europe and Asia a
million or more years ago. Even In the
Arctic regions during the miocene the
mildness of the temperate zone pre
v.i lied. There were dense forests
where nothing but Ice la now found.
AValer lilies grew within S degrees of
the pole! in Europe meantime there
flourished the lion, elephant, hippopot?
amus, rhinoceros and other animals
which at present seem peculiar in the
tropics. One of their contemporaries
In France was a large frult-eatlng,
tree-climbing ape, called dryoplthecus.
I^irtet and tlervais regarded this crea?
ture as more nearly allied to man than
are either the gorilla or chimpanzee.
In the miocene period the climate of
Europe was fully 20 degrees warmer
than It Is now, and In theeocene It
would probably have been still more
so, the globe having less opportunity
for radiating off into space the store
of original beut that Is commonly Im?
puted to it.
Where, then, under these circum?
stances would man's evolution be most
likely to occur? Hacvkel puts the cra?
dle of the race in Southern Asia and
he has recently gone to Java, where
I Duhois found his missing link. t>ilh.>
j ca?tliropus rectus, In the hope of ob?
taining further evidence In support of
that view. Wallace looks further
North for the origin of man. while
Darwin thought it possible that he
made his ilrst appearance in Africa.
In view of the residence of Lurtol's
anthropoid In France in the miocene
. p< rlod and of the discovery of a great
I number of prehistoric stone Implo
1 meats in England, France, Belgium
land Gormanyt Mr. Wnddington was at
! first disposed to pronounce northwest?
ern Europe the much-sought cradle of
i the rate, but here Is a difficulty that
1 bothered him: Stone Implements and
\ chips have been found in America
j which appear to antedate the glacial
I period, and the question arises. How
; did their makers ever get to this contl
j nent? Bchrlhg Strait offers a belter
! route, apparently, than Iceland and
Greenland; Accordingly the Nineteenth
Century contributor feels obliged to
shift the early home of man consider?
ably eastward of ^the site first selected.
Thus by degrees he Is forced to the
. conclusion that the cradle of the race
; lay in Northern Asia, between the Ural
mountains on the one hand and Rehr
j Irig Strait and Okotsk Sea on the
other. Siberia Is now the coldest coun?
try in the world, but the discovery of
I immense quantities of fossil Ivory
there show that once Its climate was
almost tropical.?New York Tribun.-1.
JAPANESE COMMERCIAL MUSEUM
According to the Ironmonger, a com?
mercial Museum has been established
In Bangkok, in which it is Inten le ; to
display a sample of every commercial
product of Japan. The exhibits are
not yet complete, but clerks are in at?
tendance to assist prospective buyers,
ami anyone can order goods from the
sample. A percentage l* added to the
price marked, which in the case of tho
purchaser paying freight merely covers
commission to the director of the
museum, which Is in lieu of salary. If
desired the establishment will deliver
goods to the door of the purchaser,
adding to tho producer's price such a
percentage as will cover commmlslon
and expenses. The scheme is said to
be working well.
"The first thing that struck me when
I arrived In Congress," said Represen?
tative Husker, "who the? useless ex?
"To what point do you refer?"
"Tliis practice of Bending bouquets to
Si n a tors and Representatives. It ought
: ' stopped.* Here I've got to pass
up a lot of money to a florist for roses
and carnations or else hang around
and look as If nobody loved me.
"What's twins, mamma?" asked
four-year-old Bessie, "I know." ex?
claimed her small brother, before the
mother could answer. "Twins is two
kids just the same age, three's triplets,
four's quadrupeds and five's centi?
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I All correspondence Is s'.riotly couftdsr.
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i wants ?very man to have it.
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A Free Trial Package Sent By Mail
Tp All Who Write.
Free trial packages of a most remarka
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for year--: against the mental and physi?
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home treatment and at! men who suffer
With any form of sexual weakness, re?
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loss of strength ami memory, weak back,
varlcocele, or emaciation of parts can
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The remedy has a peculiarly grateful i
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It cm es all the ills and troubles that
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BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO
^ A V l. i i >j fa".
COMMENCING MONDAY, NOV. 20.
Lv. Portxtnoui 1?, High street ...16:23 p m
Lv. Norfolk. Main street . 16:00 p iu
Ar. Old Point. Hygcia Pier . 17:00 p ra
Ar. Baltimore. Union Pock . 6:3J a m
NORTHBOUND j p. H. ik. I II. & u.
l.v. Baltimore .I 7:15 u m|! ":;?? a m
Lv. Philadelphia . ?10:15 a mi:i0:16 a m
Ar. New York .[*12:43 p m!!12:3i n'n
.sITiT'iii BOUND IP. R. R. I b."&oT
Lv. Now "".?rk .1 12 jj p ml 1:00 p m
Lv. Philadelphia .1 3.12 p ml 13:07 p m
Ar. Oalt.. Union St'n I t>: 12 p m: !5:10 p m
Lv Baltimore, Light street new _
r^< direct for tho South . 5:30 p m
Lv. Old l'olnt . 6:15 a in
Ar. Norfolk . 7:00 a m
Ar. Portsmouth . 6:30 u m
:?Dally except Sunday, ??Dally.
Tickets bold to all points North. East
and West and baggag? I lu cked to desti?
nation. Staterooms rcsorVed upon appli?
cation In person at tho company's office.
No. 190 West Main street, or on board
?tea in er.
Freight will not be received after ? p.
m. to ?o foi ward that day.
for further Information apply to
J. \V. BROWN. Jr..
Southern Passenger Agent.
direc r route:
fOn BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE
Uo 8 ton?MO N D A V 8, WEDNESDAYS.
FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS at G p. m,
For Providence.? Every TUESDAY
THURSDAY und BUN DAY at 0 p. m.
FAKES TO HUSTON and PROVI
First-class, llicludlnb* meats and
state room berth .J3 00
Intermediate, Including meals and
suite room berth . S 00
Steerage, including meals and bunk 7 00
Te l liable freight BOM via Providence,
forwarded by early train to Boston, and
at the tame rato as by direct steamers
Thursday's Providence ship carries no
For further Information, apply to
It. 11. WRIGHT. Agent, Norfolk. Va.
A. 1?. STEBBINS, Asst. Traffic Mgr.
\V. P. TURNER. General Pass. Agt.
J. C. WHITNEY Traffic Manager.
General Offices. Baltimore. Mil.
ii ,ului,imshiii ???ihU'.'c ir. ?.:ect
MAY 27. r.'jo.
LEA VF. NORFOLK DAILY.
7:40 a. ni.?For* Itlchmond. Washington,
Lynchburg and the West Pull?
man Uultett Parlor Cars. Nor?
folk and Rounoke, ulie-r June
9:;5 a. m.?"Ocean Shore Limited" for
Richmond daily and dally ex?
cept Sunday tor Washington.
Stops at Suffolk, Wavorly, Pe?
4:30 p. m. ?Richmond Limited for Rich?
mond and Washington. Slops
o.ily at Suffolk. Waverly and
7:30 p. m.?For Petersburg, Lynchburg,
the West and Southwest.
Trains arrive at Norfolk dally 9:10 a.
m.j 11 a. in., 5:3j p. 111. and 10:40 p. in.
Tb '.ets and ul! information at station
and 10 G run by street.
W. k. HAZLEWOOD.
* City Passenger Agent
W. B BEVILL. a P. A.
Fresh Land Piaster
PI ME T?B
in oil, pork and pine barrels
Mo. 1 Rock Lime
JOHN 0. GfiMflGE
1 have'a (Inn assortment of Carving
Rets. Table and Pocket 'iitlery. Ntit
Picks and CrncK?, Silver Plated Knives,
F..i k.j. Spoons, Soup and Gravy Ladles,
Perry Spoons, Child s Sets. Nickeled Tea
and C?ff-f Pots. Chuflng Pishes, Child's
Trays, Brass Bird Cages, OH Stoves,
Flobcrt Hilles, Air Rifles, Coal Vases,
etc.. etc.. all at bottom prices. Your
109 Commercial Placa
; Both Phents No. 401.
Old Dominion bteams?ipGu'sLiQe
FOl; NRW YORK.-Pas?
senger ships are appointed
to tail from Norfolk daily,
except Sunday, at 6:u> p. m.
FROM NEW YORK-Dal
ly, except Sunday, at 3:u0 p.
FASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS UN
Fare. Including meals and state?
room berth . JSOO
Round trip (limited to thirty days) 13.00
For tickets and reservation of state?
rooms, apply at ticket office, No. la*
Mala street, or ut sener.it office at Wharf
Ships leaves O'.d Point for Norfolk
Sunday at about 9:20 a. m.
Time schedule ot eteamera "Hampton
Roads." "Mobjaek." ?L.nray," "Acco
mack. "Ocracoke" and '??Virginia Rate."
sailing dally, except Sunday, from Com?
pany's wharf. Norfolk.
FOR OLD POINT?At C;!0 nnd 11:15 a,
ni. and 4:15 p. in.: Portsmouth: 6:43 and
3D.03 n. m. and 3.l'5 l). in.; Ray Line
wharf. Norfolk, at 7:00 and lL.'J a. m
and 1:3!) p. in.
KOK 1 lAMl'TON ?At M:13 a. m. nnd
4JS p. m.j Portsmouth, 10:0$ a. m. and
3:05 i>. m.; Hay Fine wharf. li;:j a. m.
and 4:3? p. m.
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
F1E1.H?At 6:80 " *n und S:30 p. m.;
Portsmouth. 7:0u ft. in. nnd 2:13 p. m.;
Boy Line wharf. 7:10 a. ni. and l:M p. in.
FOR WARE AN'' FAST RIVERS -
At G:w a. m.; Portsmouth, r>:45 u. tn.; Bay
Line wharf. 7:00 a irt. 1
FOR NORTH RIVER-On Monday,
Wednesday nnd Friday, at >':"o a. m.:
Portsmouth, 0:13 a. in.; Pay Lino. 7:00 a.
FOR SEVERN RIVER - Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 6:80 a, i
Portsmouth. 0.13 u. m.J Ray Line wharf,
7:00 a. m.
FOR :;.\ric. porjrosTN AND YORK
RIVER LANDINGS AND CRAB NECK.
Oi> Monday; Wednesday end Friday, at
C.55 a. in.; Portsmouth, StJO n. in : Bay
Line. d. 13 a. in. Returlng fnllcvlng <i iv.
FOR N A NSEMOND RIVLK AND
SUFFOLK?At 3:00 p. in.: Portsmouth.
S.10 p. in. connecting at Suffolk with S.
and c. Rnltrond.
Freight for Ware. Fast. North, BevofT?,
Rack, Poquoain, York and Nttnsemonu
River Landinga must bo prepaid.
All schedules subject to chaiiRO wlih
Fr tight for Washington nnd New Rem.
N. C. received at ami delivered fror.i N.
and S. Railroad depot.
Freight received daily, except Sunday,
until C'.o p. m.
M. R CROWELL.
H. B. WALKER. Tra.T'.e ?.l.ui.iger.
New York. sr. V.
DOUBLli DAILY SCHEDULED
TO ALL l OINI*
_KFPECTIN E At Cl-'ST 13. 1900.
Lv. Noiloik . 9:33 a in 7.Id p m
Ar. ?uiiolk .iu.41 a in 6 p in
Ar, Franklin . H.^j a m ?.j p m
Ar... Einpei 1.1 . p in 11.U2 p ui
Ar. Uiiiiii.,io Junction. S.2i p la 2.U? it m
Ar. Danville . 5:JU p 111 4.20 a ly
Lv. Norfolk . u.y.' ;? m
Ar. Raleigh . 3.^j ?i
Ar. Dui ham . 4.13 p m
Ar. Greensboro . C:Jj p ni
Lv. Danville . j.;4j p in ~ 4:33 u ,\
Ar. Salisbury . ,v.l p in a ti
Ar. Ctiarlitiflj . im . i> in a u
Lv. Salisbury . 8:4? p in 4:10 a rc
Ar. Ashevllle . 12;iti a in 2:20 r i
Ar. Mot Springs. 1:29 am 4.uJ , j
Af. Knoxvllla. 4:15 a m 7;20 p in
Ar. Chattanooga*. 7:10 a m R:33 p iu
Ar. Nashville 6j55 p m 6140 a n
Lv. Chattanooga . S:0u a in
Ar. Memphis . 7:l? p in
Lv. Charlotte . lieu p m 9:35 a m
Ar. Atlanta . 6:10 a m Stiifi |i io
Ar. Montgomery . l'>:3i n in :e.>o t, rn
Ar. Mobile . 4.".-.* p in Z.\> a m
Ar. New Orleans . 8:3J p m 7:10 a in
Lv. Atlanta . 6140 a in 4:15 p m
Ar. Hlrminuliam . 11:35 a m 10:00 p a
Ar. M< inplils . S.05 p in 7:15 a in
Lv. Charlotte . 9:M p in K:10 a m
Ar. Columbia . 1:15 a in 11.JO a tv
Ar. Augusta . iv."j a m - ??> p u
Ar. Savannah . 6:10 a in 3:15 p ni
Ar. Jacksonville . 9:25 a in i:4J p in
Ar. Tampa . lo p in t.ii a in
l'uibnan l'ii'.ace Slcepli.g Card.
For nil Information apply ut
CITY TICKET OFFICE. MAIN AND
G RANDY 8TREEA8. 'PHONES 142
Baggage called for and checked front
hotcln and residences by Virginia Trans?
fer Company on orders left at ticket of?
FRANK S. CANNON,
Third V. President aa.l OoiVI. m:<r.
J. M. CULP. W. A. TURK;
Traffic Mgr. Gcn'l Paaa. Ast
Washington, D. C
W. R. BROWN, Paaa. Agt? Norfolk, Vi
CftPE \ N(lw Yorl(?
CTTKncwi and Norfo|i(
ROUTE V Railroad.
QUICK TIME-LOW RATES.
TWO IRA INS BACH WAY.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SUNDAY.
? NOVEMBER 25th, !0a.
7 45 a. m.?Dally, except Sunday?(Ports?
mouth, High street, 7:'.'5 a. m.)
Arrive at Philadelphia 5:42 p.
m.t New York nl S p. rn.
1 EAVE NORFOLK.
c"a t> in.?Daily; (Portsmouth, High
? ?? street), 5:20 p, m.j old Point,
7:20 p. in. Arrive Capo
Charles, 0:-'u p. hi.: Philadel?
phia, 5:10 a. m.; New York,
7 42 a. m.
CRRI\ E N< iRFOLK.
Q 'O a m.?Dally: tl'ori.smoutli. lllgh
?.->! a. street), 10:00 a. in. I
New York. S:55 p. in.; Philo?
d Iphla, 11128 p. 111.: ?'apo
Charles, C.i'j a. m.; Old Point,
S:30 a; in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLIC
: S3 r> in.^Dally. except .Sunday (Port?
t.? p. mouth. High Btrcet. . 15 ;,
m.), leaving Now York at 8:00
a. in.; Phlladolphla. 10:20 a. m.
pi-.p rp-mectlon made '.villi all rail unj
t ufid lines to and from lioiton.
Pullman Sleeping Cam on night trains
betwoon Jersey <-ity. Phllaaolplila nnj
CJ^i?llmanrleBuilot Pr.lnc? Cars on day
tr^ni' between Philadelphia and Cap*
4 Throueh tickets sold and baggaga
ehVcked ?I Walko'a Agency, under At
lantlc Hotel, at Passenger Station at lbs
Wharf t.ad on Steamers.
\, nan R n rooiac
<7en?>r:>l Vn??<T\cnr nn.l Freight Agent
virpi? Navigation Companys
Freo retain tickets via Steamer Poca
hontaa for the XMAS HOLIDAYS, b<
tween Richmond, Norfolk, Portsmouth,
Old Point, Newport News nnd James
SGBDl'LE Leave Richmond, Mondays
Wednesdays, and Fridavs at 7 A, M.
Leave Norfolk; rueadays, Thursdays,
and Batm-days at i a. m.
Tickets Will be for sale on stenmer for
ONE FARE for the ROI M> TRIP, fr?m
December 22d i<> December sist, 1900. in
elusive with final limit January 3d, 1901
SPECIAL TRIP! Steamer Porahonta*
win leave Blchmonci on Sutm.iav nisht
December 22d, 1300, at io o'clock p. M. for
Newport New.-, and Norfolk.
Returning, steameo will leave Norfolk
on Suniiav. Deeember :'"d, 1 ?? jo, at ? \
M.t New, art N. ws. 10 A. M.Touch !;.tid?
ings Oh Janus river when signalled, und
arrive Richmond about t". m.
Fare?$1 One Way. $1,50 Round Trip.
Tickets will be honored for return pas
I sage on regular trips. Final Limit of
1 ticket January 3, I90L
OCEAN VIEW ROUTE
OLD POINT COMFORT.
QUICK AND" FREQUENT SERVICE
BETWEEN NORFOLK; OCEAN
VIEW. OLD PI ' i NT. HAMP?
TON AND NEWPORT
Cars leave West Main streetf corner
Granby street ioppoMto New Atlantic
SCHEDULE TAKING EFFECT DE
CEMBER iTHi 1900.
Oconn VlewLocal leaves Norfolk dallv
at 7:00; S:S\r. io:W. U:S> A. M . and I:???:
2:30: 4:00: 8:00 P. M , und 7:80 P. M., Sat?
urday and Slfudaj only.)
The "Ocean VtCW Konto" Is a part of
the Norfolk Street Car System, street
Car Tickets accepted and transfers Riv?
en to any part of Norfolk. Baggage
checked from OKI Point Pier to any part
of Norfolk. Baggage checked from and
delivered t.. New Atlantic Hotel. ?
Freight leaves Norfolk dally except
Sunday from Henry und Wido Streets
THE NORFOLK RAILWAY
AND LIGHT COMPANY.
ATLANTIC COAST LT SR RAILROAD
IN EFFECT MAY tst. 1900.
r- ~~ i no. h?"
Btstlons. No. 19 II> Ty ex
I Daily. |Sunday.
Tunis. N. C.
RObgood, N C.
Taj4?ra N. C.
Rocky M.cint N ('
Willlamston. N. C
Plymouth. N. C. ...
Washington, N. C.
Kluston. N. C.
wllaon. N. C. ......
Goldshoro; N. C. ...
Wilmington. N. C.
Fayuttevllle. N. C,
Florence, ri. C.
Charleston. s C. .
I 3 Ii
Columbia, b, C
Augusta. Ca. ..
Atlanta, (ja. ...
-1 i :.W p in
-1 7:?i p m
| '.' 17 p ml i :10 p m
S:U5 p nM 7:i5 p m
l 8:90 p it.: 9:10 a m
I i .". i> rri 13:'.7 p :n
7:3? p ro 2:21 a m
|10:55 p ml 5:04 n ra
rhUl :00 u in
ml 7 ;55 a in
m 12:15 p tn
mlll:15 a m
.1 I;5S a
Ar. S.i\ annah. Ga.
Ar. Jacksonville. Fla.
1:50 a ml ? :?.'>: n in
7:30 a ir,|ll:B0 a m
No i:> daily connects With A. C. L. train
3.1 for ul' points South.
No. lo.t daily, except Sunday, makes
closa connection at Hobgood for Washing?
ton, N C. Elusion N. ?'.. and Plymouth.
N. <"., ami all Eastern Carolina points:
also nl Rocky Mount -t:;;i A. C. L. train
33 for all points South.
?No. IC1 dally, except Sunday, makes
clo.-e connection nt AtlOSkle for Windsor.
N. C. "Md stations on W. & P. R. R.
No. 103 makes close connection at Tunis.
N. c with Albomorto steam Navigation
Co.. for all river landings.
Trains urrtve aj Norfolk at 5:58 p. m
dally: also at 1U;'.\". u. m. dally, except
No. 19 runs through without chnngo
Norfolk to Wilmington.
Baggage checked at Company's Norfolk
wharf, ainl also at ottloe of Puasonger
and Ticket \aent, 171 Mam street icppo
He Atlantic Hotel).
For tickets to all points South, sleeping
car reservat Ion nr.d General Information
call on er address
J. A. NEUOEBAUER,
Passenger and 'I Icket A? -nt.
JAMES F. MA: PIN.
General Forwarding Agent,
II. M EMERSON. Con Pass Agent.
G. M SKRPELL. Gen. Supt.
T. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager.
NORFOLK & OLD POINT.
Korfoix. m Miamis Tswai
The following Schedule, effective 6;30
A. M.i DECEMBER 24TH, 1900, Close
connection motto ut old Point with
Electric trains fc- Phoebus. 1 lampion,
r.il N.'W|iei '. a s
C:?o a in I 7:.Ti a m |
?7:30 a. r?t| 8:30 a nil
9:00 a mjlO'.OO a in: da
10:30 a :u II :'!0 a III! d.v
13 :C0 in ' 1 :00 p ml da
1:30 p ml '.': U i> mi da
3:00 p in; 4:C0 |> ml da
4::w p ml 5:30 p ml da
0:00 p ml ';<>) p ml da
7 :3'J p :n ';> in', da
9:00 p m 10:00 p ml da
? Dally i xcopt Sunda y.
Special train anil steamer service can
be arranged by application to the offteo
o:- the GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT.
Schedule t-uuject to chango without
Baggage ?hooked from Old Point Pier
to a.iy point In the city.
L. D, MATHES.
scS-tf General Superintendent.
?7:30 a ml 8:10 n. m
9:M a m 10: 0 a m
10:30 a mill :30 u m '
12:00 m i 1:cO p m
l :30 p ml 2;30 p m
8:00 p m 4:i o p m
|i m J p p m
G:O0 p in 7:oo p rn
7: ' p m 8:30 p m
9:00 p m|lO:W p ni
TO RICHMOND, CINCINNATI. LOUIS?
VILLE ANi? THE WEST.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 1. 1900.
8:10 a- m.?Dally, with Parlor Car, to
Richmond, connects ut Rich?
mond, except Sunday, with
i;. F. and P. to Wash?
ington and tho North, and at
Richmond with St. Louis Lim?
ited, leaving Richmond -J:4.. p
m. daily, wah Pullman Sleep?
ing Cars, for Cincinnati,
Louisville and St. Louis.
S SO 0- m -Daliy for Itlcluuo.id. Stops
ut all s'.ulloiis on Peninsula
Division. Connects with R. f.
and P. train North and with
F, F. V. daily for Cincinnati,
Louisville and tho West. Pull?
man Sleeping car.
C. & O. ARRIVES AT NORFOLK.
12:15 p. m.?Dally from Richmond and
7:05 p. m. ?Dally from Cincinnati, Lauls
vllle and Richmond.
For further information, rates, tickets,
Pullman und Parior Car reservation appiy
to C. F. BARRETT. Ticket Asent. or F.
w. C?RD, T. P. A.. Granby Street OfUce.
Norfolk. V*. JOHN D, POTTS.
A. Q. P. A.
IRWIN'S EXPRESS CO.
52 Campbell's Wharf.
PHONE 6. EITHEPL PHONS.
W? baut anything to and frota any.
wh?re in vhe tnreo cities.
Special facilities tor hauling 8af*a,
Boilers Furiuluro and Pianos.
Lois Oiled uud BiMtx wanud.
Double Daily Service
BllORT LINE TO THE PRINCIVj
CITIES OP THE SOUTH.
ATLANTA, NEW ORLEANS. AU?t
TA MACON. CHATTANOOGA. NAG
VIELE. MEMPHIS. TEXAS. CJC
FORNIA. JACKSONVILLE. T.VUI
HAVANA. CUBA. AND PORTO RIC
ST. AUGUSTINE. PALM RE AC
MIAMI. FLORIDA EAST COAST
THE ENTIRE SOUTH.
Si;HEPULE IN EFFECT NOV. 25. :
Lv. Norfolk ....
Ar. Suffolk -_
Ar. Lewiston ..
9:08 a ra
9:30 a m
loan, a m
.| 1:15 p m I
Ar. Weltlon .
Ar. Henderson ... .
Ar. Raleigh .... ....
Ar. Southern Pines
Ar. Hamlet ....
Lv. Hamlet -
Ar. Columbia, E
11:53 a m
1:5S p m
3:47 p m
?; -.oo p m
7:10 p m
. M<:ntgomory .
S:43 a m I
5:05 a m
11:10 a ra ]
11:00 p m I
4:12 p m
8:30 p in
.Chattanooga . ..| 1:00 p m
. Nashville . 6:53 P m
. Memphis.! 8:10 a m
2:CS p m
3:13 p rn
7 :3) p m
9:20 p m
3:f>3 a m
V_:W a m
1:00 a m
6:10 a m
4.-00 p m
Connections at Now Orleans with Routh
<rr. pacific nnd Texas ond Pacific Rail?
ways for all points In Texas. Mexico aag .
No. 4'J2? Arrives Portsmouth dally at
7:W a. m.
No. -S-Arrl*c? Portsmouth Dally at 3.5J
3. W. BROWN, JR.,
Pas.Vr Agt., 199 Main St.. Norfolk. Vat
Trav. Pass'r AgL. Portsmouth. Va.
E. ST. JOHi.. Vice President and Gen?
V. E. ll'flEE, Goneral Superintendent.
L. S. ALLEN.
Gen'l Pass'r Ast.
MM s S0UIH3F11 r. bToII
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SEPT. SO, tfffcW
MAIL AND EXPRESS LEAVES NOR
FOLK DAILY (except) Sunday 10 a, m.
for Helhaven and all stations. Connects]
a: Edenton for Plymouth. Jaraesvllle,
Wllllam.sto:. and Windsor. For landings
on Chowan river TUESDAY. THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY, and for ?cupper
nong river MONDAY and FRIDAY Con?
nects nt Helhaven with Old Dominion
steamers for Mackleyvllle, Aurora. South
Creek and Washington. N. C Connects
at Elizabeth City jsvith steamer fir Scup
porniing River Landings MONDAY and
EVENING EXPRESS LEAVES NOR?
FOLK ut 4:10 p. m. TUESDAY. THURS?
DAY and SATURDAY for Edenton and
uli intermediate stations. Connect a at
E'izabeth City with steamer for New
I trn, Huiiioke Island and Oriental.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK
MAIL AND EXPRESS DAILY texcept)
Sunday at 4:25 p. m. und at 11 a. m. j
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATUR?
DAY. Passenger station, Norfolk and
Western depot. Freight station on Wator
Steamer loaves Norfolk. Water street
. 3 p. m. TUESDAY nnd FRIDAY
for Elizabeth City via Albemarla and
Virginia Beach Division.
LEAVE NORFOLK. PARK AVENUE
Week Days?G:45 a. m.. 10:45 a. m., 1:00
p. in., 5:10 p. m.
Sunday?9:30 a. m., ll:3u a. m., 1:10 p. m.,
3:30 p. m.
LEAVE VIRGINIA BEACH.
Week Days-S;20 a. ni.. 12:30 p. ui., 4:1S n,
m t ?:00 p. m.
Sunday?10:1a u. m.. 12:30 p. m., 2:30 p. m a
t>:0o p. m.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Leave Norfolk-*-9:45 a. in. and 4:15 p. m.
Arrive Munden Point?H:3u a. ni. and 5:45
Leave Munden Point?7:00 a. m. and 1:45
Norfolk?3:30 a. in. and 3:30 p. rn.
fcicps at'tilt intermediate stations.
Steamer Comet leaves Munden Point
m. MONDAY. WEDNESDAY
. FRIDAY tor Corn tuck Sound Land
li . . and returns TUESDAY/, THURS?
DAY und SATURDAY.
H. C, HUDG1NS.
Gen. Frelftht ami Pass. Ageafc
M. K. KINO. General Manager.
".'li < now and powerful iron palaca
steamers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK, wilt leave
dully as follows:
Leave Portsmouth. N. St W.
S. B <"o. *t:00 9. xstt
Leave Norfolk. N. & W. S. &
Co. ?:00 p. m.
ILeave Old Point Comfort . 7:00 p ta.
Arrive in Washington . 1:45 a. m.
Leave Washington. Ii & O.
R. R.?*?:? ?. ta.
Leave Washington, Penn. R
R. ?7:20 a. m.
Arrive In Philadelphia, Penn.
R. It. .?10:55 a. ra.
Auivu In Philadelphia. B. tt
O. R R. ..^...."JlJl ft. so.
Arrive in New York, ~Pena
R R ."Uli p. m,
Arrtvo In Now York. V. tt
O. R R. ."l:ii o. ra.
Leavo New York. Penn. R. R. ?12:55 p. nv,
Leave New York, a ft O,
R. R.-."1:00 p, C3<
Leave Philadelphia. Per.n. R.
R.?, . *M P> ax, I
1 no PhlUdoiphla, B & O.
lt. R."I:07 p. ta.
Arrive In V. ashlngton. Penn.
U R.-. 1:19 p. re.
Arrive in Washington. B. & O.
lt. R."M0 p. mi.
Leave Washington . ?6:30 p. 3L.
Arrive Old Point Comfort. 7:00 a. m..
Arrive in Norfolk. 1:00 a. in,
Arrlvo in Ir>rtsroouth.. 1:11 a. ta, i
Leave New York, U St O.
R. R. 11:30 a. cs<i1
Arrive Washington. B & O.
R. R. 1:23 ?.
??Dally, except Sunday.
Tickets on sale at B. & O. ticket offlc?,
N. St C. office, at W. T. Walitt'a aaj
company's office on wharf.
For further Information apply
D. J. CALLAHAN,
1 LTDF.S REGULAR LINE STEAM
J SHIPS TO PHILADELPHIA.
THE ONLY DIRECT LINK FROM NOR.
FOLK TO PHILADELPHIA.
Cntil further orders steamers are ap.
?minted to sail from Norfolk every MON.
i?vY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at
c'D'm.. and from Philadelphia every
TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATL'R.
D\Y. Th.ough Bills of Lading to all
DolnU South and Southwest yl* Ssaboard
Air Line. Atlantic Coast Line, Norfolk
and Western Dispatch. Virginia. Tenne?.
: ami Ororgla Air Line. Southern R*ll
v.ay and Norfolk and Southern Rat'.i
svhcdula aubject to change without
?0UC* JAS. W. M'CARIU
General Southern Agent. Norfolk, Vi
5Vt r" ?a^iD^t1n^''Pbll*d?l*hl*. >*? j