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December 23d, 1899.
ARRIVALS.
Br. Stmp. Norwood, Norton, Pensa
cola to coal.
Br. stmp. Locblel, Alexander, Kings?
ton to loud
Sehr, itnlph M. Heyward, Smith,
New York, cargo.
Sehr. Henry Pitts, Stone, Baltimore,
light.
Sehr. Frank A. Palmer, Haskeil,
Portland, light, to Hampton Roads" in
tow.
Tug Jos. M. Clark, towing.
Tug Hoskins und tow, Baltimore,
light. ?
B?rge Comet, Philadelphia, light.
Tug Stella and tow, Baltimore, light
Barge Jos. T. Pearson, Philadelphia,
light.
Tug Bentley and tow, James river,
wood.
Barge J. B. Meyers, Newport News,
light.
Barge Minnie Saylor, Philadelphia,
coal.
Br. stmp. Zanzibar, Robinson, New
Orleans to coal.
CLEARED.
Br. stmp. Norwood, Norton, Venice,
coaled.
Br. stmp. Lochtcl, Alexander, St
Lucia, coal.
Sehr. Adeline Townscnd, Hogan, New
York. wood.
Sehr. Win. H. Davidson, Maxwell,
New York, lumber.
Sehr. Cora C. Meader, Header, New
York, lumber.
Br. stmp. Zanzibar, Robinson, Bristol,
coaled.
SAILED.
Br. stmp. Framfleld, Wright, Bristol.
Ger. stmp. Llvelund, Reines, Ham?
burg.
Sehr. Abblc Bowker, Berry, Provi?
dence.
Sehr. Mary E. Olys, Moore, New
York.
Sehr. R. T. Rundlctt, Fountain, New
York
Sehr. Mury E. Graham, Medley, New
York.
Sehr. Marlon E. Rockhlll, Bragg,
New York.
ALBEMARLE AND CHESAPEAKE
CANAL.
ARRIVALS.
NORTHBOUND.
Sttnr. W. U. Rogers, merchandise,
North Carolina to Norfolk.
Stmr. Hamilton, merchandise, North
Carolina to Baltimore;
Stmr. Croatan, towing, North Caro?
lina to Norfolk.
Barge Joseph, piles, North Carolina
to Norfolk.
Barge Pocnhonlas, piles. North Caro?
lina to Norfolk.
Stmr. Nettie, towing, North Carolina
to Norfolk.
'Barge \V. J. Mcllwalne, lumber,
North Carolina to Philadelphia.
Stmr. Sam'I Kodes, towing, North
Carolina to Norfolk.
Sehr. J. II. Ilargraves, lumber, North
Carolina to Baltimore.
Sehr. M. and F. Moore, shingles,
North Carolina to Haltlmore.
Stmr. Grace Titus, towing, North
Carolina to Norfolk.
, Barge Roam, lumber, North Carolina
to Norfolk.
SOUTHBOUND.
Stmr. Tt. E. Lee, light, Norfolk to
North Carolina.
GRAIN EXPORTS.
The exports of grain from the port
of Norfolk und Portsmouth for the
Week ending December 23d, 1S99, were
24.692 bushels of corn and 2/JS4 barrels
of flour.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
ALABAMA.?MOBILE SHIP CHAN?
NEL LIGHT No. 1?.
Branch Hydrographie Ofllce,
Custom House, Norfolk, Va.
Notice is hereby given that, on or
about January 10, 1000, an additional
fix ml white lens-lantern light will be es?
tablished, 10 feet vertically below the
prevent light, on the structure from
which this light is shown, on the east?
erly side of the dredged Mobile Ship
Channel, :it the beginning of the second
betid, Mobile Bay, and nbout lt',6 miles
N. 15-1G W. from Mobile Bay Light?
house- '
VIRGINIA. ? ELIZABETH RIVER,
WESTERN BRANCH DAY
BEACONS.
Notice is hereby given that the fol?
lowing named day beacons have been
erected to mark the dredged channels
in the entrance to the Western Branch,
Elizabeth river:
Beucon No. 1.?A black, three-pile
Btructure. In 10 feet of water, on the
southeasterly side of the cut entrance
to the Western Branch, and on the
easterly side of the cut entrance to the
N- Y.. P. & N. R. R. wharves.
Southerly corner N. & W. R. R. ware?
house. N. by E. M E-, % mile;
Western Branch Beacon Light, N.E.
9i 10., Vi mile.
Beacon No. 2.?A red throe-pile struc?
ture, in 1U feet of water, on the south?
erly end of the shoal making off from
Lovett Point, northerly side of the
dredged channel.
Southerly corner N. & W. R. R. ware?
house. N.E. by N., %-mile;
Western Branch Beacon Light, NE.
by E. ?A E., D-1C mile.
Bearings are mugnetlo and given ap?
proximately; miles are nautical
miles; deaths are referred to mean
low water.
By order of the Lighthouse Board
FRANCIS J. H1GGINSON,
Rear Admiral, U. S. N-, Chairman.
Safe Crackers Rewarded.
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
Columbia. S. C, Dec 23.?Last night
at 2 o'clock the safe in the store of W.
H. Suber. at Peaks Station, on the Co?
lumbia and Greenville Railroad, was
blown open and $1,000 in cash taken.
Neighbors who henrtl the noise thought
it Christmas fireworks. There is no
clue, and bloodhounds failed because of
rain.
For General Lawton'a Family.
(By Telegraph to Vlrglninn-Pilot.)
Washington, D. C, Dec 23.?Presi?
dent McKinley was among to-day's
subscribers to the fund for the widow
and family of General Lawton. The
fund-has reached about $10,000. nnd will
- probably "be given as a Christmas
present.
J. iyi. JORDAN &. CO.,
Grocers and* Ship Chandlers,
Have opened In their new store, south?
east corner of Water street and Ferry
Place.
CALL AND BEE THEM.
Cuban, none; New Orleans, fair to choice.
IS to 26; common, U to 14.
?S'cgefabljaPrcparationfor As?
similating ?J?Tood andRcgula
ling ihz? tomacha andBowels of
lxif vNls A Hil l)!?> '
Promotes Digestton.Cheetful
TAessandRestContalns neither
Opium,Morphine norMl??ral.
Not Narcotic.
litmp/m SaJ
7feJ>ttlt Xcftr -
jhusc Stt<l *
iBi GarioihO&J'tJa *
ftirmSet/i ?
mum?
Apctfcct Remedy forConslipa
tion. Sour Stop^ach.Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feveri'sh
acssandLoss of sleep.
Toe SimiJc Signature of
1STEW YORK.
EXACPCOPYTOF WRAPPEB.
Bears the
Signatur^
of
YONK CITY.
?' A joiner and builder of Koroma, Oklahoma, who was employed in building a
schoolliouso at that place, related the following narrative *o his fellow work?
men one day daring noon hour, while they were eating dinner : 1' Before I
come to Oklahoma, I used to live in Cbioago. I worked at thp bricklayer trado
and was troubled with dyspepsia a great deaL My head ached terribly at times,
and I durst not oat raw vegetables of any kind. I tried all kinds of medicine
with no effect. My case grew rapidly worse ; I hod to quit work. Oue day an
old friend of mine visited mo and aakod mo what kind of medicine I was tak?
ing. I named a whole hat of medicines that had been prescribed for me, all
havissg little or no effect. ' John,1 said he, ' try Ripans Tabules. You oan
got Ute in at the oorner drug store.' I sent my little boy to the store and told
him to get me some. He soon come back with them and I commenced to use
them. Before I hod used half of the box, I began to get better, and wlton I
had usecBit all, I was well and went to work again. Since then I have always
kept them in the house. And if you will come to my house," he said, turning
to a man who had complained of headache, "I will give you a medicine that
you will have faith in."
A 7??r ftllMMlMMajpMaK IBM KiriKacueUia Iniwivr onj-tju (tri!bout plni*).li now f er ?Alo ?t?om?
?rus ito/M-Mn nrtamtta. Ttov kiw-p?ndaa?U ktfttodod fbrUw poor ?a? V? oooDonrlcml. OniAovsn
The Original. All Others Imitation;;.
Id under a positive Written Guarantee, by antborlzcd apents only, to cure Weak
orv, Dizziness, Wakefulucss, Fits, Hysteria. Quickness, Night Losses, Evil Dreams,
of Confidence, Nervousness, Lassitude, all Drains, Youthful Errors, or Excessive
Is sold
Mentor
Uso of Tobtt'coo^"6p'luin' MTUqaorj^htohTfeoa's to""Misery, Consumption,' Insanity and
Death. At storo or by mail, $1 a box; six for" *5: with Written Guarantee to Cure or
Refund Money. Sample Package, containing flvo days treatmeut, with full iustrau
tlous,'2S cents. Ono sample only sold to each person. At store or by mall.
Red Label Special Extra Strength.
For Iuipotencv, Loss of Power, Lost Manhood. Sterility or Ilarreuncss.
six tor $5. with Written Guarantee to euro ta ao dayB. At etoro or by mall.
tt a bos;
Walke, Martin & Gray
Norfolk, Va.
sole agents, corner Water street and Iioanoke avenue,
& Great
?ttraction
Dur'.ng the holiday season for (ho family
is the cheery glow of the lire made from
our eoal. It Is the magnet that draws the
household tojjelher and the place were
they always discuss the superior merits
of our eoal in heating the home anil for
the baking and cookliis of the Vnletldo
feast. Our clean and well screened coal
we are selling at - per ton.
Batchelder & Collins,
Phone 101 145 Water St.
TWO ORPHANS.,
LOOK FOR THE SIGN.
Wines, Liquors, Cigars
AND TOBACCO.
N. & B. F. METZGER,
No. 103 Commercial Place.
New Phone 432.
Christmas Presents
Those wishing to see n Rood assortment
I of lirst class goods In the way of useful
Christmas presents, such as line Carving
Sets, Table Knives, Stag. Celluloid, Hone
Ivory and Silver Plated Mandl**. All
1 grades Silver und Xlvklc Plated Ware
and a large assortment of many other
I useful urtlclcs too numerous to mention.
I Call and see my goods and you will he
I nloased with both ' the goods and the
J prices.
P. J, M?LBON,
109 Commercial Place
1 Both Phones No. 40?
Pocket Books,
Card Cases,
Letter Cases,
Bill Rolls,
Cigar Cases,
Cigarrette Cases,
Bill Books,
3.R, Pass Cases,
Toilet Cases,
Collar & Cuff Boxes,
Writing Tablets.
Music Rolls,
Manicure Sets!
Comb & Brush Cases,
Shaving Cases,
H'd'k & Glove Sets,
Work Boxes,
Necktie Cases,
CASES,
TRAVELLING
BAGS.
HorfolR Trunk: Factory,
472 Church St., near Main:
The only exclusive Trunk and Leather
Goods Store In the City.
For Over Fifty Years
MRS. WINSLOWS
Soothing Syrup
has been used for children while teeth?
ing. It soothes the child, softens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic,
regulates the stomach and bowels, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty
live cents a bottle. Sold by all druggists
throughout the world.
STENCIL Glin&fiSj
Rulit'cr and Steel Slumps,
Knilro.nl, Hotel, Baggage
and Brass Checks. Seals
Budges, Stencil and Stnuit
luks, Pads, Daten, etc,
phcgnix
siqihd ood Stencil works,
Job Printers,
Cw. Nlvison and Church
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Tho new and powerful iron palnco
steamers NEWPORT NKWS, WASH?
INGTON nnd NO It FOLK will leave
dally us follows:
NORTH-BOUND.
Leave Portsmouth, foot of
North street. *;;00 p m
Ij,avo Norfolk, foot of Water
street .??. 6:45 p. m
Ix;ave Old Point Comfort. C:f5 />. ,n
ArriVO in Washington. 7:iw a
Arrive in Philadelphia. Penn.
It. K. *'10:55 a in
Ai rlvu in Philadelphia. U. & ? ,n
Q. K. R. .:. . "lLoo a. m
Arrive In New lork. Penn.
Arrtv" ln ?jiew 'YoVk::
O. R, R. **U2?p. m.
SOUTH-BOUND.
' LSy* NN-rwY?x^kPcnan; *k S: ;;2:5?
lil'v^ I'hlVadVlphl?,''Penn." & "1:M p
L" ve''v'hiladcip'hia"*B.* &"6'. *3'12 p> m
Arrive "in Washington.'' Penn. *'3:07 p* m
vrrtvS'Vn '^'^ntiki'X^ *6:10p-m
' o. R. R. v. "-;. "a:?o p. m
T-eavo Washington. ?IP39 n
A1r\vo Old Point Comfort.... ?7$ a. m'
Arrive In Norfolk.. . S:0o ' ?
AiSv* 1" Portsmouth. S:3o J ?;
? Dally. . ? .
??Dally, except ?unday.
Tickets on sale at I!, & O. ticket office
C. of lice, at W. T. Walked ?aj
company's ofdee on wharf.
Kor further inforinittion, apply
D. J. CALLA HAN.
Telephone til. Agent.
TRAVELERS' 6?IDE.
GO.'s Iii
FOR NEW YORK.?Pas?
senger ships art appointed
to sail from Norfolk dally
at 6:00 p. m.
FROM NEW YORK.?On
Monday, Tuesday. Wednes?
day, Thursday and Friday
ut 3:00 p. m., Saturdays at
4:00 p. m.
PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS
UNSURPASSED.
Fare, Including meals and stateroom
berth .5 S.oo
Round trip (limited to SO days). 13.00
For tickets and reservation of stale
rooms, apply at ticket oftico. 193 Main
street, or at general otllce, at wharf.
Ships leavo Old Point for Norfolk Sun?
day about 10 a. m.
TIME SCHEDULE OF STEAMERS
Hampton Roads, Mobjack, Luray Acciv
mac and Virginia Daiv, sailing dally (ex?
cept Sunday) from Company's wharf,
Norfolk:
FOR OLD POINT?At 6:30 and 11:15 a.
m., and 4:13 p. m.: Portsmouth 6:45 and
10:05 a. in., and 3:05 p. m.: Bay Dine
wharf, Norfolk, at 7 and 11:30 a. m. ana
4:30 p. m.
FOR HAMPTON?At 11:15 a. m. nnd 4:15
p. m.: Portsmouth 10:03 a. m. and 3:05 p.
m.; Bay LJne wharf at 11:30 a. in. and 4:30
P. m.
FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND SMITH
FIELD?At 2:30 p. m.; Portsmouth. 2:45 p.
m.: Bay Une. 3:00 a. m.
FOR WARE AND EAST RIVERS?At
B:30 a. m.; Portsmouth. 0:13 a. Bay
Lln?. 7:00 a. m
FOR NORTH RIVER?On Monday.
Wednesday and Frldav at 6:30 a. m.:
Portsmouth, 6:45 a m": Bay Line. 7:0J
a. m.
FOR SEVERN RIVER?On Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at 0:30 n. m.:
Portsmouth. 6:45 n. nv; Bay Lino 7:00
a. m.
FOR BACK. POQUOSIN AND YORK
RIVER LANDINGS AND CRAB NECK
?On Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday at
6:15 a. m.: Portsmouth. 6:30 a.m.; Bay
Line. 6:45 a. m. Returning following day.
FOR NANSEMOND RIVER AND
SUFFOLK?At 3:U0 p. m.; Portsmouth.
3:10 p. m. Connecting at Suffolk with
Suffolk and Carolina railroad.
Freight for Ware East, North, Severn.
Back. Poquosln, York and Nanseraond
River Landings must bo prepaid.
All schedules subject to chango without
notice.
Freight for Washington and Newberne.
N. C. received at and delivered from
Norfolk and Southern rn'lroad depot.
Freight received dully (except Sunday)
until 5 p. tn,
M. B. CROWELL.
General Agent.
CftPE
CHARLES
ROUTE
New York,
Philadelphia
and Norfolk
Railroad.
QUICK TIME-LOW RATES.
TWO TRAINS EACH WAT.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SUNDAY,
NOVEMBER IS. 1S99.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
:45 a. m daily, except Sunday? (Porls
inouih. High street; 7:25 o_ m.)
Arrive at Philadelphia 5:42 p.
m.; New York at S:3S p. m.
LEAVE NORFOLK.
6:00 p. m. drt'ly (Portsmouth, High street.
6:20 p. m). Arrive at Philadel?
phia 6:10 a. m.i New York, 7:43
a. in.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
?:00 a. m. dailv (Portsmouth, High street,
9:10) leaving Now York at 8:33
p. m.: Philadelphia, 11:26 p. m.
ARRIVE AT NORFOLK.
7:C0 p. m. dally, except Sunday (Ports?
mouth. High street, 8:00 p. m.)
leaving New York at S.OO i\. in.;
Philadelphia, 10:20 a. ni.
Cla.se connection made with all rail and
soubd lines to and from Boston.
Pullman Sleeping Curs on night trains
between Jersey City. Philadelphia and
Cape Charles.
Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars on day
trains between Philadelphia and Cape
Charles. , ?,
Through tickets 6old and baggage
checked at Walko's Agency, under At?
lantic Hotel, lit Passenger Station ut tho
Wharf and on Steamers.
R. B. COOKE.
Central I'asaenger and Freight Agent.
wtiiiEjktivSg&kE
? A Hutu; Ifwti?Orleans, Augusta, Miicnn,
Chattanooga, Nashville. MnuphiH, Florida,
v.. fniiiiiidiu uiid,llijn/>utlra^f>inilji._._.
Tn Effect Nov. 5. IS93.| No. 41. | No. 40?.
Lv. Norfolk .
" Portsmouth S.A.I.
Ar. Suffolk .... "
" Lewtntcn N. C...
" Weldon .. .S.A.L
" Itend-rson .. "
" Raleigh .... "
" Southern Pines "
' Wilmington .. "
" Charlotte .. .. "
V Columbia .<\N.KL'
" Augusta . C.&WC
" Athens .. ..S.A.LI
?' Atlanta fCo iiine)i
?? Mneon C. of G.I.I
" Jnckonnvllle Plant
" Tampa .. ..Plant!
?' Montgom'y W.ofAl
?' Mobile .. ..L.&N.I
?? New Orl'ns.. "
" Chat'noogn W,?>A|
" Nnshvtllo NCAStf J
" Memphis KCM&D]
?9:0S n m|
9:20 a m
9:">I a m
1:05 p ml
11:48 a m|
1 ::'3 p m
3 *'! p m
C:00 p nil
?10:25 p m
10:t5 a m
10:10 a m
?s:>s a ml
6:15 a m
11:10 a tn
7:10 p m|
?:<*) n m|
10:SI a ml
4:12 |i nil
8:"0 p in
1:00 |i m!
(??.::?> p tn|
8:20 p m|
?Dally. (Daily ex. Sunday.
Connections at New Orleans with South?
ern Pacific nnd Texas & Paclfla rail?
ways for all points in Texas, Mexico and
California
No. 402?Arrive Portsmouth dally 7:25
a. in.
No. SS-Arrlvo Portsmouth doily 6:201
p. m.
.T. W. BROWN. Jr..
Pass'r Agt.. 199 M ilu St.. Norfolk. Va.
MURRAY FORMES.
Trnv. Pass'r Agt.. Portsmouth: Va
E. ST. JOHN, Vice President and Gen?
eral Manager.
V. E. Mcllee General Superintendent.
U. W. B. GLOVER. L. S. ALLEN.
Trafllco Manager Gen'l Pass'r Agt.,
Portsmouth, Va,
DIRECT ROUTE,
FOR BOSTON AND PP.OVIDKNCE.
For Boston?Mondays, Wednesdays arid
Fridays at 6:00 p, m.
FOR PROVIDENCE.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur.
day at 6:00 p. ni.
FARES TO BOSTON AND PROVI?
DENCE.
First-class, including meals and
stateroom berth. J9 Co
Intermediate, Including meals and
stateroom berth. JS 00 I
Steerage, Including meals and bunk. Jt'oo
Perlshublo freiglit sent via Providentia
for-waided by early train to Boston and
at the tame rate as by direct steamers to
Boston!
For further Information apply to
R. H. WRIGHT. Agent. Norfolk. V*.
A. D. BTEBBINS, Ass't Traffic M'kt.
W. P. TURNER. Gen. Pass. Agent.
J. C. WHITNEY. Traffic Manager.
General Offices, Baltimore, Md.
ChesapeaKg
N^SuT^ & Ohio Ry,
FOR RICHMOND WASHINGTON
CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE CHICAGO
ST. 1AJU13 AND ALL WESTERN
POINTS.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 29th 1899
_WESTBOUND.
Lv. Portsmouth ...
Lv. Norfolk . '
Lv. Newport News"
Ar. Richmond ..
L*. R'd <R~fT&pTT"
Ar. Wash'n (R.K.&pJj
Ar. Va. Hot Sprinri
Ar. Roucoverte
Ar. Cincinnati ... "
Ar. Louisville
Ar. Chicago ...
Ar. St. Louis "?'
j^^^te'?ualu lor
Force "na'iv11' Wchmond to Clifton
N.f 1 mK Sunday.
11 L On u1' Pullmans. Old Point to
"SSg g5???n?U and Louisville.
1 ..n.l 3 *j.V.ed.,'9 l,lnl?K Caw -)n Nos.
folk tor nw"-AM!':k LOUISE leaves Nor
H-i?'n m, ,NcwP?rt News for Norfolk,
U5 noon nn".'-6^ p- '"? Arrives NorfoU
i ?4. W1U.COX. Ticket Ac' nt, or
I. niVkUKD. Puvsencor Aceat.
NorfoUV. Va? Ck0t 0nke' AU*n??f ?o*el,
.... ? JOHN I). l'OTTS.
_"get- General Passenger Aceat.
Ae C? L*?
ATLANTIC
COAST
LINE
(Norfolk & Carolim Railroad.)
IN EFFECT JUNE 4th. 1S59.
Station?. I No. ? [gfo
_I Daily. J Sum
No. 103.
DTy ex
Sunday.
t"Z- i??rfo", .I 9:W a mi 2:50 o n,
Lv. Ports June .1 0:22 a m ha n ?
Ar. Hobgocd. N. c .12:00 m ?:.:.5 p m
Ar. Turboro. N. C .'12:21 p m 6-00 n -J!
Ar. Rotefcy Mount. iNlvcjia^ ^511^ p m
Ar. Wllllamston. N".
Ar. Plymouth N. C.
Ar. Washington, N. C.
Ar. Klnslon N. c .
6:53 p m
7:40 p in
7:30 p m
P in
Ar. Wilson. N. C .I 2:15 p ml 7:10 p in
Ar. Goldsboro, N, C_| 3:21 p in| 7:50 p m
Ar. Wilmington, N. C.| b:.'a> p m| 9:40 a m
Ar. Fayettevtile. N. C .1 4:25 p ml 1:0S a m
Ar. Florence. S. C .( 7:25 p m( 3:15 a in
Ar. Charleston, S. C....|10:5u p m; ii:is a in
Ar. Columbia. S. C.(10:20 p injlLOO a in
Ar. Augusta, Ga., .j 7:55 u m| 7:35 .1 in
Ar. Atlanta, Ga.113:33 p m|12:S3 p m
Ar. Mucon, Ua.[11:15 a 111,11:15 a in
Ar. Savannah, Ca .| 3:00 a ml 9:00 .1 m
Ar. Jacksonville. Fla ..| 8:15 .1 m| 1:30 p in
No. 49 dally connects with A. C. L. tram
23 for all points South.
No. 103, daily,except Sunday,makes close
connection at llobgood for Washington.
N. C, Kinston, N. C. and Plymouth, N.
C. and all Eastern Carolina points; also
at Rocky Mount with A. C. L. train S3 for
all points South.
Nu. 103, dally, except Sunday, makes
clcso connection at Ahosklo for Windsor,
N. C. and stations on W. & P. It. H.
Trains arrive at Norfolk at 5:35 p. m.
dally: also at 10:25 u. m., daily, except
Sunday.
No. 49 runs through without change
Norfolk 10 Wilmington.
llaggago checked at Company's Norrolk
Wharf] and a\/o at ofllco 01' Passenger
and Ticket Agent. 171 Muiu street (oppo?
site Atlantic Hold.)
For tickets to all points South, slccr'iig
car reservations and general information
call on or address
J. A. NEUGEB AUER,
Paaseuger and Ticket Agent.
JAMES P. MAUI'IN.
General Forwarding Agent,
Hi M. EMERSON, Gen. Patm. Agent.
G. M. SERI'F.LL Gen. Manager,
T. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager.
ussasuaatasra ScliSlSutO if! Efibct
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 19, 1J59.
LEAVE NOFOi.K DAILY.
7:lt/ u. m ?For Richmond, Washington.
Lynchburg u:nl th<; West.
4:35 p. m ? Vestlbulcd Limited for Rich
nior.U and Washington. Stops
only at Suffolk. Wavcrly and
Petersburg;
7:30 p. m.?For Petersburg. Lvncbburg.
lite West .ind Southwest.
Trains arrive at Norfolk dally 9:10 a. m.,
11.25 11. m. ftid 10:40 p. m.
Tickets und all Info: illation at Mj.n.>:i
?itid 10 Graauy street.
W. B. riFVtl.L.
General Passenger Agent.
Wr. 13. HA'/.LF.WUOD. C. P. A.
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO
BAY ?NE,
COMMENCING MONDAY. NOV. 20. 1S99.
I.V. Portsmouth. High street-IS:23 p m
Lv. Norfolk Main street .!C:Q0 p m
Lv. Old Point. Hygela 1'lcr .!T:00 p m
Ar. Baltimore. I'nlon Dock .... 6:30 it in
NORTHBOUND T'i>. K. R. j"u" & O. '
Lv. RUumlre .j 7:43 a ni,! 7:55 a m
Ar. Philadelphia .. ..|*10.I5 a ml 110:16 a m
Ar. New York .1*12:42 p mj 112:33 n'n
SOUTHBOUND I P. it. R. | B, St O.
Lv. New York .I 12:55 a ml 1:00 p m
Lv. Philadelphia .. ..| 3:12 p ml :S:07 p in
Ar. Halt.. Union St'?| 6:13 p mj 16:10 p m
Lv. Baltimore, Ught street new'
piers direct for tha South..6:39 p m
Lv. Old Point .6:15 a m
Ar. Norfolk .7:00 a m
Ar. Portsmouth .S:S0 a m
~ !?Daily t.\i-t i>; Bunday, ??DaTly.
Tickets buld to all points North, Ea3t
and West and baggage checked to desti?
nation. Staterooms reserved upon appl!
cation tn person at llu> company's ofilce
No 199 West Main street, or on board
steamer.
Fieiuht will not be received after 4 n
m. to go forward that day.
For furlhtr liiforniallya apply to
KEY Ci'MPTON.
u. ticn?ral Agent.
I li J. W. BROWN Jr.
Southern Passenger Agent.
Clyde'S REGULAR LINE STEAM?
SHIPS FOR PHILADELPHIA.
ONLY [DIRECT LINK PROM NOR.
POLK TO PHILADELPHIA.
Until further notice steamers are ap?
pointed to sad from Norfolk every MON?
DAY. WEDNESDAY.and Saturday at
6 o'clock p. ur'll fr0!? I'll ladolphU
every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and BAT
URDAY. ... . , ., -
Through bills of lading, to all points
South *ud Southwest via Seaboard A(r
IAne. Atlantic Coast IJue. Virginia and
Tennessee Air Line, Southern Railway,
Norfalk und Carolina and Norfolk and
Southern Railroads.
" JAMES W. McCARRlCK.
General Southern Agent, Norfolk, Va.
WILLIAM P. ClVDE & CO.,
. General Agents, Philadelphia.
N?rf?ifffe
SCHBDULO^IS^
MAIL AND'Ex!
FOLK DAIliSSl .
for 11 el h av ? n' :' an fl?si
at Edentoh%2$?$S
Wllllainstori arid"-1!*'
on Chowan river'"jflf
and SATURDAY?
river FRIDAY;'**
with Old Dcmlnia
vlllo, South Cr?ijH
and Snterniedla.te.vlij
evening ; JSE&
FOIJC at 4:10.p.: _
day and SATURTJi
necls at Ellzabe't'
TU ESDAY, VTHtlL,
DAY lor K?an?kflfii
New Bern,-. n: C. -' -k
ARRiyitf.SK
MAIL AXD EXPHfeSS^D
Sunday) at 4:25 p.'-mj land
Tuesday, ratjjtaSA?Sffl
DA Y. Fa ssen at?gCMtfimR
Western depot. Freight etat
street. ? ,';1?r?;->V-.1 -
Steamers'. l(?vi$KAr?SU?n[
station 3:30 ai.''aWTOSfiaff
DAY and SATURDAL; for I
v'a Dismal SWAnipiCanuJ.'?:>
City is noon foriScwpBe?onL
day und WEDNESD?TO?
THURSDAY and SATUitD
Jock end North/river'l&ndli
FOR Vi.R(K?;i>-BE?
LEAVH NORFOLK,-, "Br
STATION. :
Dally (except Sunday) -?7k
a. m. and 5:10 p.' m;;' and fiu
LEAVE VIRGINIA' 1
Dally (except Sunday)^:!
P. rr... '6.30 p. m.V 'Rnd.iEuni
?--Mixed tralu3;:. '.- . * . . ^
FOR MUNDEN J OT
LEAVE1 s^lOKFOir
Dally (except Suiiddy^lOd
nccts Monday, I Wedn^aay/i
Munden Point with steamer fo]
Sound landings); and 5:00 p.'t.
only.
LEAVE munden; :
2:00 p. ro. da!ly:~(V3ieept'>Bii
7:30 a. m. Frldayvboljr^vv-^^ff
Trains stop a.t Intermediate.
Freight received linUl 6:00^
ILC.-j
Gen. Freight 'asd.^
M. K. KING. Ocneral'm'a
NORFOLK & OCEANIA
WAY COMPA
QUICK and FREQUKNt)J
bbtwebn1?M
<? s 'Hit
NORFOLK. ocean view.^
HAMPTON and newx><
Tako the Oceaai ?'viow'
Point, connecting with. Use-'C
Trolley Lints for >NewparK"
termedlate'towns:
Jl
A .MIAMI
7:S0| S:00[
S:45 9:15
10:30 11:00]
P MIP M
?12.001
?1:00
?2 00
?3:00
?4aT0|
?3:00
?6:00
7:00
S Schedule
oo ?: lntr effect ji
<o I : '7 tee,:
A Ml .' .'.-.'A
P:S0 Local
9:45 Local
11:30!Local:
12:45 Expres/r" ;;
l:45jExpresS /.[
7:30
2:45lExpress
3:45 Ex pre** ;
4:45|Expreas
E:45lExprcsa<.
6:45 Express
S:00| Local:, "?'..'.
?1st Section Old Point
tlon Ocean View; Lockl.'^
Local freight leaves: NomSiSS
Freight received uhtU .' ilftei
before leaving tlmi '.'
Fare for tho round trip to C
.10c. "k??m
Fare for tho round trlp'-Kwi
from any part o" Norfolk,;60>^|
tickets on sale :by :all streot*.
tors. ?
Local trains leave Ocean. Y1M|
folk at 11:30/1:50, ,J:30. I:&t<s3j
OR RICHMOND,*;
CLAREM.ONT. OLl
F
NEWPORT NEW3 VLNt^fj^
LANDINGS DIREQTj
DAYLIGHT.
Virginia Navlgatlon/Compl
SaP.on Steamer POCAlfONl
Clvde wharf, Norfolk( 'every
THURSDAY and SATURDA,"S
touching at Portsmouth. 'No*
and Old Point goinst rand;, rot
rlvlns at Richmond about';?;**
nectlng with all evening/trail
Fare to Richmond,'$1.50,'.o? ;:
To Richmond and returii^.Rvi
To Richmond, 3econd-clafes,v
Tickets much .cheaper than
route to Richraaijd.-Potershuri
lllokstord and stations' on" A
Danville railroad,and.':all; pp'r*'
mond. ; ' ?:c-'v>;-v'-#J-.I?
Tickets for sale at ; tickets
Walke ?& Son. H. Brandt,/ ar
steamer. .?",'?'??
Freight received-daijy';(SfJ(Uli
ed) for all above named .prjjmi
Round trip tickets will De-'?iiig
fare from Dc'c'em'ber:?St,V5?SK"^
2<1. 1010, inclusive;-.- '. '?>?;
JAME3 "-W^M''
DOUBLE DAILY S,CI
. TO .At.i. {'0!f
SOUTH,
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Norfolk ....,.'.... &T0?-',
Raleigh -:.: ?? r,.':,*M
Durham ^'...H;,,;':,4:43 ;
Green?.boyj^^^y'tV.- 6.2,5;,
Danvi 11 e ,, s^^'j'T^Mm
Greensboro .. . i, ,, 7,10
SiUlsbury^Mf-'
Charlotte?. j,,-".,
Aahovillo . 1?.
Hot. Sprlross .. .. 1,
KnoxvUl* :?'-'.;(.'; .... -4,1
CliattanoojrA -v?;...
NashvUl?!^^^
Ar. itontgQitjsF^lJ'
r. Mobil* ,v;*vfV.Y.i;>.-r;*l
r. New Ortft?ln?.-i'.;..i. .8.7
j ,v. Atl?n t*y-.>y**wx?'?y' *r
Ar. Birmlnsn*?Kfev;'..il.!
Ar. Memphlfe-mig^s^^l
C?arl'ott$j?-^^f?a?M|
rolumbbj^rTi'itfe^'^LSq
Lv. Cl
Ar. Co
Ar. Ailguata^
Ar. Savann*?i
Ar. Jaeksony
Ar. Tumpa..%^
? Dalljr^fJ"
PuMmpjP
For RU inifoV
tliy 'l'.eHet t?f?te
Baggage ^V""
hotels ar.d*-.|
fer Comf
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