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For Kare Bargain? in |
King St. Hampton, Ya.
Farms, houses and lots hi
town and county for sale.
S..J, BROWN / 60..
Deato in band.
A. Heinickel, of Phoebus, well known I
as a thorough business man and of |
sterling integrity and honor, has bought
the right, title and interest of C. 11. |
lloagland of about 130 lots called
"Hoagland." three blocks from Queen
street. Hamilton, and it will be known
hereafter as "H EINICKEC" Mr. is.
Brown owns one-third of the same and
A. HeJnickel two-thirds, having also
bought out J. Davis Heed, of .Norfolk
These lots will he sold very cheap. The
investment of one or more lots, if !
bought now. will pay a tremendous per
Centuge to the buyer, and Wv have four |
farms with oyster water fronts one
mile from Hamilton. IT acres each.
Address,
SJ. Brown &Co.,
LOCK BOX 225
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA
I When Visitiiiij riiochtis Gall at |
I Olympia, s
a THOS. ft. DOUGHTY, f
# PROPRIETOR, g
? Wi"C.s, 1 iiioors .mil f.i(jnrs. *
S Meals at all hours. Loilgiiifr.fi
g L.dies' an.I Cents' Dining Par ?
J lors up stairs. ?
ft Melien atreet, near M?.llory. j?
? Music every ari.ernoon f
8 and night. 2
**** fc*** ?
Hampton
College
Classical school for (ril ls
and Young Ladies. Session
begin Sept einher 2?th. For
catalogue, ifce., address,
MISS FITCH ETT,
1 iaiiipton, Va,
I Just. Re
i
A large Hoc of
Oxford Teachers' Bibles,
With Index ami Concord?
ance.
" PRICE,. SI to $5.
?
Also an assort ment e
? of other Billies, Ilyin- $
* nals and Prayer Books ?
J for all denominations. ?
I Hampton Hews Go.,!
i Mnsonio BuiUma
I f
i Hampton, Ya. I
f 4
U!
4*,: !
T- j., 'e _^__f '/siJ i gbs83.lT3',v.?^?
Window Screens
Thai Really Protect
from Ihe flies and other sum?
mer pests are the sort, of screens you
want. Made to lit your window snugly.
Do not warp, nor crack, nor wear at
the edges of the wire net ling that's
the sort of screens we sell at the price
of tlie fall-lo-pieces kind.
Geo. n. Richter
No. 9 Queen Street, Hampton. Va.
P. B. MESSENGER,
General Carpenter,
-MAM FACTl'KKIl OP
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES,
Frames, Sasii, Blinds & Boors
IVlassteJs and
IVlouSdsrtgs.
QUEEN SREETT. HAMPTON VA.
_P. O. ROX 102._
Patronize home Industry
Having doubled our force we are now
prepared to fill all orders promptly for
the celebrated
EL MARCO CIGARS
Factory, No. 2,402 Washington ave?
nue, over old Armory. . jyl9-6m
NEWPORT NEWS CIGAR CO.,
i P. O. Box 95.
IFIRE
The c?W of securing yourself against
I *s by lire is so small that it is no;
wise to be without a policy. Yon mas
never be burned out. but if such a mis?
fortune occurs i: is well to be able to
draw a few thousand dollars with
which to again got you on your fe -t.
I > n't you think so?
MARYE & BOYENTON,
Boom No. 1 Braxton RulldlnK.
1 Eat at
MACKEY'S ...
. . RESTAURANT.
Menls at all hours. First-class Din
ner.ine.. from 11:30 to 2 P. M. Break?
fast from ".-.".u to S:30. 2?o. Supper
fast from :":::0 to S:2?c. Supper from
(1 to 7 ::',0 p. M. The best the market af?
fords in every respect. Game in season.
Suppers furnished to parlies on short
Hot ice.
UP-STAlRf;.
George Lohse. Manager
Holefi
Warwick.
J R. KVT NERTON. Manager.
IPECTAT, RATES TO COMMERCIAL
TRAVELERS.
i ME RIO AN AND EUROPEAN PLAN
I WoiKMlL I
f Now. Is. your GjianGg 4
I To Own a Home. J
w New 4 room cottage, well T ]
? built; porches front and hack;
T every room large, light and
Q airy: 100 yards from car line;
A not far from city limits, live a\
? cent car fare; lot 60x130 feet: T
A bigger than two city lots; large #
T enough to keep" your own cow. I
Q raise your chickens and have w
Ha' garden: price SSOO.00; $100
down and J10 per month. No
A Building Association interest.
T Come and let us show it to
4 you.
I Moiford & Edmund s, !l
f Real Estate.
f 12.") Twonty-fiCtli St.
'4
s t 1
H:\VE YOU TRIED
our '0s wheel'.' For durability
and lightness it is une.iuulled. We are I
selling tins '.*i.a-el very reasonably, and
will guaran. it to wear ;is well as any
on the market. The name of our wheels!
signifies ease, comfort and durability
What more do you want?
Newport News Cycle Go.
Fred <i. Kipper. MnnagBr, So i
Agent.for i"otitlieasterit Virginia, 2'21
T went v-s ? vent Ii street.
FAMOUS FRENCH EEMEQV
never Fails.
ENDORSE D ?Y THOUSANDS
Of-ladics on a periodical regulator without an er,u.V.
successful when Cotton P.doI, Pennyroyal, frsot
have proven ?vortliless. si.", two-cent stamps brings trial
paciiagc, aril convinces tlie most skeptical of their won?
derful properties. Scmll cents in stamps fur pamphlet
c.inlahimK valuable information for ladies. Address
I.cCi.air I'ii.i. t o.. U S. Ac-ins. Koston. Mass.
N. Ik? Ail correspondence ( iiiifi.lvnli.il and returned
.villi trial paefcan-e.
For sale in Newport News by W. G
Burgess.
De La Salle Institute
La Salle Ave. and Grand Boulevard.
IIA Ml'TON ROADS, VA.
Classes will open on Monday. Sept.
\ >, ISOS. Conductor* will collect one
fare only for students on electric cars
from Newport. News to La Salle avenue.
\ conveyance will meet students at the
powerhouse at *::'.(> A. M. Circulars
may be obtained at Daily Preis* office.
l-::t. BROTHER TOBIAS. Director.
OR. I=\ D. lA/ILL.'S.
Eue, Ear, Hose aw1 Ttiroat Diseases
Office hours.: 8:30 A. M. to 12:30 P. M.,
>:00 to 5:00 P. M.. 7:00 to S:00 P. M. Sun
'ys, 9:00 to 11:00 A. M. Room 5, first
door. First National Bank, 2Sth street
a I Washington avenue.
Ju 30-618. . ..- ii . J.?.*9a
HIE WOODS POLICE.
THE WOliK AND THE WAYS OF THE
GAM E KEEPERS.
Mon Wim W it. li Agulnnt Unlawful Kilting
*>r Anlmulx in Our Foreat TractM?Tlld
I-'rleti.lt.v \v.>r Hutweeu Thea, anil tlia
<iitl.l??- - At lemiUrt ?t Slmrp Trick*.
There are two kinds of backwoods?
men whom the traveller, or tourist,
meets when he enters the wilds?the
iUiiiie. who makes his living by con?
ducting camping parties, and the game?
keepers or wilderness police. Of the
latter the majority have beu? guid?s. I
rise advent of the gamckeep'r began
with i i'-e adoption of laws for the pre?
servation of animal life in the forests.
He corresponds closely to the foresters
of Km ope. licit.g empowered by law to
protect such game within his district
as comes r uder the prohibitory act. His
position is more diUic.ult, however,
than that of his fellow ofllcial In the
ttld World; his territory is larger, his
associations with those upou whom tit
must keep a watch closer, and his iso?
lation from civilization more marked.
To be a gamekeeper, j-.tst in Iiis deal?
ings wiili his fellow woodsmen, re?
quires nerve and shrewdness; the
:;ui<les must be mot on their own
ground in a country with which they
ire familiar. To circumvent them is
no small undertaking, nor do the laws
vhieh make the jack woods constable
iccessary allow him too wide a scope
n his operations.
A well-known game constable got
ipon the track of a camping party
vhicli lie had reason to believe were
hooting deer out of season. Coming
pun their camp lie found the cook en
agcil in roasting a fat haunch uf veni
pn. A e'oin plaint was entered against
he parly, but when the case came to a
'.rial the lawyer for the defence asked
,he gamekeeper if he could swear that
i he roasted meat was not lamb, ur a
!:<g uf veal. T'ne constable knew that
no lamb or veal was to be 'omul in that
part of the woods where the party had
made its camp, but he could not swear
it had not been brought in with the
Hampers. Ninety-nine chances uut of a
hundred were that the meat was veni
son, hut the defendants got off ou the
niie remaining point.
It is the gamekeepers' busy season
during tlte months of .lime, .inly and
the early part of August. He m-.ist be
ever op. the alert fur law breakers; His
territory may include tens of square
mile.- covered by the unbroken wilder?
ness, lie must make bis journeys on
foot, fording streams, if he lintls no
boat at iiand. sleeping where night
overtakes him, often trusting to the
good nature of the guides In provide
himself with a dinner, supper or break?
fast. Such a lite makes a goo.l soldier,
? ml 10 ii is added a native cunning ac
i'jf.ired.by lung months of practii e. I!e
.ng of the guides, it is ditlictilt for a
stranger to the wilderness to distin?
guish hint from those whom it is Iiis
business to watch. In appearance he
is as picturesque as his native wilds;
lie carries everywhere with him the at?
mosphere of the woods in which he
lives; he is bronzed, rough clad, and
withal! good nalured, and. with few
exceptions, goes about Iiis work honest?
ly. His reputation for fair dealing
goes far to make him a successful of?
ficial; the guides will try to fool him,
but they know their man and under?
stand he mentis to treat iheni square?
ly. Hut if the gamekeeper seeks to
sain his ends t.hrorgli tre... ..^.f.* and
underhand dealing.-, he had better give
up his job and seek other fields; the
guides may be as cunning as he, and
innumerable are the tricks played tip
in him
FINANCE AND COMMERCE
Market Quotations From the
Leading' Business Centers.
CHICAGO Cli.MN" MAHKET.
CHICAGO. Sept. :j.?Enormous re?
ceipts of wlieai in the northwest low.
ered prices, expectation of a hoav>
accumulation Tuesday was also a lend
ing factor. September left off T-Si
di.wn. and December lost '.-Sc. Con
il, . lined 1-Se. oals are 1-s.- low. i
Cork is off -"-' 1-2.- and lard und r.b
7 l-2c each.
WHEAT? Open High low Close.
A eg us i>8 ?71 tili
Sept 038 <>3} Iii U2i
Dec (ilj (ili lilll (Mi
CORN
Aut; 80* oh; SO} 30}
Sept. aoj oil's e'U ?U;
OATS?
July I'..} 17? l'.'i 111;
Sept in; lug llll 111$
PORK?
Sept 8 ??i 6.?5 8 85 '8.4'H
Oct. S.K74 S.07J S.-1U 8.15
l.AKD
Sept .I.O'l ..05 1 <i7i -1 05
Oct r>.o"> 5.05 r>.t)t> 5.tili
Rl US
Sept, r. ;in 5 :'.(i 5.S34 5.25
Oct 5.80 5.30 5.381 5.22 j
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour sloiv; No. Ii spring- wheat.
5S?j?(KS: No. 2 reil, ' l!i>; No. 2
corn, oOfeCJOi: No. 3 oals, 201; No.
3 white, L'levi'J?: No. 3 while. 28;
No. 2 rye, '13; No 2 barley, 32
@12; No. 1 (lax seed, 8til; prime
timothy seed, 2.(JO; mess pork per
barrel 8;45(ii;8.50; lanl, per 100 pounds.
?I !15($5.02J; short, ribs skies, loose,
') 15(05.40; dry salted si., ulders,
boxed, 4j((?5; short cletir sides,
boxed, 5.50(05.70; No. 2 yellow corn,
iP.@i.
BALTIMORE PRODUCE MARKET.
BALTIMORE. Sept. :!.?Flour?"Dull
and easy; Western super. 2.40Si>2.(ifi.
Wheat?Spot. (it. T-MffcfiT; month, ?fi S'-l
Wf.7; October, fi? 3-S<? 5-S: December, (ill
l-4@3-8; southern wheat by sample, liil
fli CS.
Corn?Rasier; spot and month. Hi?
1-1; October. .H 3-Sffl-!; southern
white corn. ?.C,i:ir, 1-2.
oats-Dull: No. 2 white, 2G l-2(fi-27.
Rye?Firmer; No. 2 nearby, 49; No. 2
western. 50 1-2.
Sugar?SI rung: unchanged.
Butter?St< ady: unchanged.
Eggs?Active: unchanged.
(: heese?Stead y; uncha nged.
Let tuce?Scarce: unchanged.
Whiskey?I Tnclia nged.
NEW YORK COTTON FUTURES.
NEW YORK, Sept. 'I.?Cotton futures
closed quiet. September, 5.47; October.
5.52; November. 5.55; December, 5.5S;
January, 5.B2; February, R.fitt: March.
5.70; April. ?.74; May. 5.70: June, 5.S0.
SANTANDER. SPAIN, Sept. 3.?The
transport Covadonga, which sailed
from Santiago* de Cuba August 1!?. with
2.14X Spanish soldiers, 10!l Spanish ottl
cers, 44 women and 45 children, has ar?
rive! here safely.
M
T
u Hi
j7?
Hampton 93ureau ci f?t\n minify ;pr?.*ss,
IMioebus Bank Building. Kin- street. Tek'piuxiie No. IS.
department should be addVi
every morning at the following
All news letters for publication in this
Daily Press Bureau, Hampton.
The Daily Tress will be found for sale
places:
Hampton?Shield's book store. Queen street, ancl :.t the c-Slce of the paper
on King street.
Did Point- Baulcb's stationery and book store. Hygela Hotel, Chamberlin
Hotel.
1LDIERS' SIDE:
Claim That They Have Been
Misrepresented.
MARYLAND MEN TALK.
?11 Me. r
Mollle B
K.glniciil M?y Itu moved sh, rlly. I.is
True tiers In Hie County for l he t oo
?ultig School Vear. T. vt
It ii.Toi Iti Ifu U?d.
There w ill he joy among the in. n .
the First Maryland Volunteer Infa'mr'
win i, they buckle their knapsacks 01
their backs and shoulder lie ir cities fo
tin- purpose of marching away t'roti
Did Point i'.unf.rt. Their thi'.v monlhs
sojourn at Fort Monroe has been mark?
ed by many incidents, a number o
which occurred so recently as to st I
be fresh in the public mind, which wii
be recalled with anything but pit-astir
when they have resumed the pcae-.l'u
avocations which they forsook t i th
hardships of war. The truth is that tn
im mb. i s of Colonel Lane's common,
feel that they were extremely uurortu
nab- when they were ordered t'roi
1'ii.dir., to the Vnainia Peninsula. O
tin thirteen hundred men in the r gi
men! it may be safely stated thai the
is not r,ne who would not ehei rfitll
vote to fa. e the perils of tin battled :
rather than again pass through lb
unhappy period covered by the stay .
Iiis command at < lid Point. Ami v, t' th
minds of these soldiers are not tille
with bitterness toward all of tie- p.oph
They nr.- reasonable, even though the
may in some respects be Wrong, in th
position they assume concerning th
violations of law charged against the:
?y the commonwealth's attorr.ev of th
oinl v
Tiie:
side
mm
to every quest
ealth's Attorney F. S. i'..!.
ii .in article bearing his name, prill
i week ago. attacked the First Ma
and in terms which, it is claimed, u
most unjust. Th,- soldiers are by '
mid responsible fo.r the late distil
itices in Phoebus, and in his violent
liincialion of the offenses atlrihtttei
Lhoin in- seems to adopt tic view t
exceptions to the rule he lays dow n
i,,t i.. be considered. In tins Mr. ?
ier commits an egregious i rror. wl
he reader will readily understand fi
ig statement by a
?er of high standing
? of the oidest stat.u;
Maryland. In- Informs
i correspondent, i :? fore
the r-.
/..Iti
lie- best circres of society and gn
lains wore taken to preserve th.- oxc
hut record it enjoyed. - When tin- ?
for volunteer* came every cmnpai
prompt iy responded, but few men r
fusing to enlist in the regular serve
At that time none of the eompuni
tumbered more than sixty-four, i rieht
ng the officers: and hence when tin- o
Ier came to muster each company 1
o eighty-..tie men it became neeessa
o accept volunteers who were not w
<nown. A little later another * ord
?aine requiring the captains of comp
lies to increase th- number of men
||0. In this way quite a number .0 p.
;ous for whose moral charm tor no ..
?ould vouch became members o? ;
?egimont. Among these there ari sot
neu who. it cannot be denied, are i
?lined 10 !?? wild. But they are not t
?utlinns which Mr. Collier brands 1 h
It would b.- most remarkable, i
hid. if. out of nearly BOO reeru t* w
a ere enlisted amid tin- stirring sc. 1
.!' the early days of the war, the
ihouid not be some men w in evil pi
icnsities which wanted only th.- opp
unity to make their presence known
Put ibis is not all. Tin- Maryl.i
>oys, both go-ol and bad. were broug
'ace to face, when they cam. to 1
Point, witlt moral conditions of t
nost alluring and. at the same tit
1 m
le is as rract mils
thai long r h la
??pur. It is bard
il.ai his frei dorn
rdintiteii to mili
af.-s. if he does
nost vii ions ciiaracter.
hey found the .1.s of
? pen on Sunday as any
n some of them their
It ugg.-d and robbed; lb:
vomen in scanty attire
Tmw sav 111.
lal .ms as wld
ilher day. rh:
ine b
.11
lb
tie
'.My first drillmaslt
friend and 1 he friend ..
? bovhood up. We
lied ami courted 1.
:i:c;. -1 secrets wit!-.
1 ho hi si
r had be
hat
v tu. ans kr. iwn 1.. th
rallic 10 relieve t hem ..;' th'c-ii ca
?c-sorl. .1 1... Did Mr. Collier kn
lies,- tilings? If so. why .lid 1
?onipi-1 the ,.tlb ers of the eoun'l y
1 halt in tin- outrage u.- procce
\iul when these Maryland s
?barged tli.it the saloon nu n wi't
alitlg the liquor law as w . !l .:
natute forbidding robbery, wliy
i.d order an immediate invest i
mil (dace 1 he volunteers on 1 Ii ?
is witnesses? The friends ..; t;
liers claim that had the law been
?rly enforced not one of ib.- riot
hey were charged with having I.
ui by their bud conduct would hi
?urfed. The volunteers are not
esj.onsibel for the attack n Ti
altioti. Tin- wrii r witnessed th- ?
iroceeding' and knows thai hol
irs and regulars were in the b
vhih- the w.uk of smashing ii 1 .
I thought I'd
Tills YKAK S TEXT P.
IKS
-I the goad-' lie
Titles of Those S.-h . led l.v ill. Boil!'
yesterday.
The Board of Education of this com
y yesterday held a meeting in the ?>
le,- of County Superintendent Will
or tlu purpose of selecting the to:
looks to be US: d in the public schoi.i
luring the ensuing term. The follov
ng were adopted:
Johnson's Primer. Merrill's Pp .He
Bass' Old I.ilmion Spelling Blanks.
loaders -st. pping Stones to Liter!
nrc series.
Arithmetic Warren Colinirn's late
eclual Arithmetic. Venable's New 111
nentary. Venable's New Practical.
th
,-'s Elements of
'ivies?Mi Gill's
istory. McGIU':
Flsk's History
.'s History
dson's Young -v
Hyde's Practical Lesson,
?".nglish. Hyde's Prai tic :l f
"".raminftr. Whitney and Lo. 1;
English Grammar, the last nam
ng for th.- high
Geography? F
aphy.
Histories am!
from Virginia I
cry of .Virgin!:
[.Tri I ted State-.
LTnited States, .1
Icivics).
Copybooks Natural System V- 1
deal Writing.
Science?Culler's Beginner's Physiol
igy. ('utlcr's Intermediate Physidogy
'ui P i 's Comprehensive Physiology.
Book-keeping?Merservey's.
1 (rawing?Thompson's.
Supplementary Beading? Cook's Sio
li.-s of the Old Dominion, Thornshi
Literatur.- Series.' I'.ggleston's Sou the:
soldier Stories, The World and Its Pe
pie.
Following are the names of the tea !
one ol t i.e s:i
able- work to
work than 1'.
or win.is to 1
of such a jol
satisfactory.
known as a n
the spring a:
ant or put it
the fo:.of a
Washington
?s worthy ..r their
that much talked
endship .cases."
for the loss ..:
.1;.-. 1 onsider
d much in on
the wi
itaenting with 1'.. often
a of the cloi k. It. is nl.so
us lo try to unwind a main
1 have discovered for them
the proper tools arc handy,
i-npaircv Ich
ring control let
1 hi
it whi
ittraobf Khot fr.
1 nvanco
hgr.i>p-i
,g taken
there is
ight ih.v
id whi :i
? gun.?
STOCKHOLM, Sfpt. 3.?King O
s notified the Cy.ar of his necop!
the. invitation to send delegate
'tiie pcai;e conference.
?. SAN DEN, THE GREAT
NERVE SPEC IAL IST,
SPEAKS?WHY M ED
< INES FAIL.
is BookJ "Three Classes of
Men," Sent Free Upon
Request to Men
Only.
? ?I- om-eidene.. :in.I order 1 divhlv
;y llllol?s ns they usually develop
throe stages, which lire ns follows:
"THE FIRST STAGE.
-lac- Hi,, paiicnl has d'scov
li. is 1 lie victiin of a .Iis.se?
tt ilia c ry foiiiulation of iife
vnpoverishis the r.loo.1 ami r.ihs the be
ly of He- element;; of manhood.
THE SECOND STAGE
n this singe the weakness Increases.
ruffcriT begins to experience a
leal failure of his usual strength
power of endurance, and in some
?s lie-re is a loss of flesh anil various
01 mal syfnpl ins. headache, ,lvs
?i ?. low spiiiis and in.-Ian.-holy.
THIRD STAGE
involves ?Atrophy.- extensive
I.-.' etc. Tb.- vitality oontin
?cline until linally there is a lo
I power. 1 Hiring ibis slat,- he
inn.i may become diseased. I he nrvoua
-?> stoi i u reeked anil life blighted. This
has 1 -on the sad end of manv a once
aiol.ii:, ms and promising life.
"Finding himself in Ibis ciin.lllion. a
.. rs . i casling ahout r..r relief only too
nfien falls a ready victim to the snares
.1' so; a- unscrupulous quack ailvertls
,ng I reo Medicine1, 'Medicine on Trial."
le soon linds, however, thai, their
'ess nostrums nr.- anything hut
an.I ai ; ii .-nil of t wo months lie
i w or. ?? condit ion than when 'ic
" \X- HY MEDICINE FAILS
pretend to say that honest
lent always fails, hut evei
?inn will tell you wo mu
stimulant if medicines a
lai is no I what a weak mu
lo needs strength. Quacks
give for QUICK results a
ndisiae. which immediately
ooi such .mi result onlv in
.1 injury if persisted in. Tin
I use inns! appeal lo the
ns, ,,f every one who will
.-? . ivmedv is universal mil
v Nniiire lo man direct. 1
Unit greiu force, the one ole
i imporiain io lip. in man or
ilk ill.-',,, you'ng or ,,hl. who
? the leasl foundation left to
ii, I i in.' say as man to in in.
jar, lo patient : electricity,
applied and faithfully us. .1.
j.ai as sure as night follows
iv ai.- Inn two seh-niilie appli?
ed
.-ity hospitals: the othe
U N 'lOIJ-.'i TlllO IH.l.T.
hi inipliaiu c combines I In- effort!
ly lit. long study, and is ihornughlj
;.1 by United States Canadian
F.nropcfin patents. I .?'??!; out for
,-ss a,illations, ii is.iposed of IS
hp- el. liven I cells, mid. applied as I
ly it. the electricity Hows in a
isaiil currenl directly through the
keiii.il purls, giving strength and
i-.e ?erv.. force to the body. Worn
ilgl I it soothes an.I cure's Voll while
, p. Currenl instantly felt or 1 tor
.?y.a in. Over 5.000 last year wen- re?
el p. manly p ?wer by its use.
ins. losses, lam.- back, nervousness,
ieoi .-Ic-.-tc. permanently cured.
FREE CONSUTATION.
o ihose who live near by 1 invite
i. .mil visit, and shall be pleased
rve li e consultation and demon?
ic hnw'iho iielt works.
it
res book
live i ..i far to call, write f- i
i lilOM i ' I .A SS ICS I <V M UN,
I all. Sent sealed free upon
! send tin s,. Belts lo all purls
iv.-i ami g,'.-- in 'JIEAT.Tll
? s. uted with l.o .k. over 400
testimonials, new every
DR- T- A- SANDE W,
826 BROADWAY, N. V
\?anted?Boarders,
BY MRS. M. E DOSWELL,
N... in". 27th Street.
First class table and picas
ant rooms. Terms reason
aide, jury 3-tini
ant! Family Liquor St?r?
BSTflBljl?rlED IN 1888. .
Is the place for you to bay your
Wines ami Liquors lor Cooking and
Uedicinal purposes.
inese m n Rules oi me cam ana 8fflo>
INSIUE:
No Loud Talking |
or Singing, discuss
ing of Politics, Na?
tionality or Reli?
gion, All who
cannot comply with
these rules are re?
quested to spend
their time and mon?
ey elsewhere.
AU order* by mall will rooslvs
attention.
P.J.MUGLER
No. ?13 WASHINGTON AVBNTJBL
P. O. Bui 18. NEWPORT NEWS. VA.
I 1 HESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
V' FOR RICHMOND, WASHING
I'ON. LYNCHBURG. CINCINNATI.
LOUISVILLE. CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS,
&C. MOUNTAIN RESORTS AND
SUMMER HOMES.
Schedule in effect June 2G, 1898.
WESTBOUND. I 5 & 1 | No. 1 j No. 1
Ar 1-exi
.port News| 8 00a|
1? 15a|
10 30a|
3 50p[
?6 20p
5 22p
7 30p
'10 20a!
Lynchburg
Ar Nafl Bridge ..
Ar Clifton Forge
Lv Richmond ...
Ar Charlotlesvllh
Ar Suiuaton _
Ar Clifton Forge
Ar Va. Hot Spr'gi
Ar White Sulphur1
Ar Cincinnati
Ar Louisville
1 45p
3 3Sp
? 5 46p
215p
E 44p
7 08p
8 57p
9 50p
9 28p
7 55a
11 00a
Chicago .1.1 5 30p
Ar St. Louis .J.1 6 56p j
4 35p
6 60p
10 30p
2 43a
4 22a
6 28a
7 25a
7 0S?
* 15p
BUOp
7 Ke,
7 30a
?Dally except Sunday. Other tlms
daily.
Nos. 5 and 1 Mountain Resorts train
daily to Richmond ami except Sunday,
Richmond to Ronceverte.
Parlor Car Old Point to RoncevertS
without change.
No. 1 with Pullman dally Richmond
to Cincinnati, Loulsvilla and St. Louis.
No. :i with Pullman dally Old Point to
Hinten, Cincinnati and Louisville.
Meals served on dining cars on Nos.
I and I! west of Gordonsville.
TRAINS LEAVE NEWPORT NEWS
FOR OLD POINT
Week days 10 :10 a, 11 15 a and 1, 3, 6,
0 03 and 6 15 p m.
Sundays only 1115 a and 1, 3, 5, 6 0S,
7, S and 9 p m.
FOR NORFOLK. |Extra!
_._ I Trip.
No. 2INo. ?
dal. I dal.
11 15a
12 16p
12 28p
6 u5p
7 05p
7 20p
Lv. Newport News .1 8 20a
Ar Norfolk .j 9 15a
Ar Portsmouth.|
Steamer Louise leaves Portsmouth
daily 6 40 a m and 3 00 p m. Leaves
Norfolk T 00 a m, 9 35am and 3 30 p m
for Newport News.
For li jkets and other information ap?
ply lo E. W. ROBINSON, Ticket Agent,
Newport News.
JOHN D. POTTS,
AssL Gen. Passenger Agt..
Richmond. Va.
T HE NORFOLK SSf WASHINQ
J. TON STEAMBOAT COMPANY.
The New and Powerful Inn Palace
Steamers Newport News, Washington
and Norfolk will leave dally as fol?
lows:
NORTH BOURD.
Steamers leave Portsmouth, foot
of North street at. 6:00 p. ml
Leave Norfolk, foot of Mathewa
street at . 5:45 p. m.
Leave Old Tolnt at . 6:45 p. m.
Arrive Washington at. 7:00 a. m.
B. &. O. R. R. PENN., R. R.
Lv. Washington at.. 8:00 a m..8:00am
Ar. Philadelphia at.11:00 a m. 10:50 am
Ar. New York at.. .. 1:25 p m..2:15pm
South bound, B. & O. R. R. Penn. R. K.
Lv. New York at_11:30 a m.. 1:00 p m
Lv. Philadelphia at. 1:33 p m..S:18 pm
Ar. in Washington .. 4:30 p m..6:18 p m
Steamers leave Washington at 6:3? p m
Arrive Fortri? Monroe at_7:00am
Arrive Norfolk at . 8:00 am
?Arrive at Portsmouth at.8:30 am
The trip down the historic Potomao
r. ver and Chesapeake Bay on the ele?
gant steamers of this company is un?
surpassed. The steamers are compar?
atively new, having been built In 1891,
and are fitted up in the most luxuri?
ant manner, with electric lights, call
bell, and steam heat in each room.
The tables are supplied with every de?
licacy of the season from the markets
of Washington and Norfolk.
For further Information apply to
D. J. CALLAH&.N, Agent.
Norfolk. V*.
( \ LD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
KJ DAILY SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND VIRGINIA,
POINTS.
The elegant passenger steamships
Jamestown, Guyandotte, Princess Anna
and Old Dominion leave New York
every day except Sunday at 3:89
P. M-, for Norfolk and Newport Newa,
touching at Fortress Monroe on the
south bound Urip.
The ships of this line leave Norfolk
for New York direct every' day except
Sunday at 5:30 P. M.
A short, delightful and invigorating
voyage.
FARES:
First-class, straight, including meals
and berth .$ 8.04
First-class, round trip. Including
meals and berth . $18.00
Steerage, without subslstance..4.60
Steamer Luray arrives from Smitfa
fieid and leaves for Norfolk daily ex?
cept Sunday at 8:00 A. M. Returning
leaves Norfolk from Bay Line -wharf
every day except Sunday at 3:00 P. M.
M. B. CROWELU Agent.
\ 1 ERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS
l\l PORTATION CO.'S STEAMSHIP
i IN ES FOR BOSTON. PROVIDENCE
and BALTIMORE. ? . ? -
leave Newport News, via Norfolk for
Boston every Monday.Wednesday and
Friday, sailing from Norfolk at 5.30 P.
M Leaves for Providence Tuesday*,
Fridays und Sundays at 5:30 P. M.
Leave Newport News for BaltimOfS
Mondays Fridays. Saturdays and Sun.
.lays at 5 P. M.. connecting for Wash?
ington Philadelphia and New York.
Fare to Baltimore, one way, 53: round
trip- $5, including atatarooni berth. Ac?
commodations and cuisine un?
equalled. Freight and passengers
taken for all points north and south.
For further Information apply to
L. C. SAUNDKRS. iAgent,
Newport News. Va.
W. P. TURNER, G. P. A.
J. C. WHITNEY, T. M.
General office. Baltimore. Md.
rr HE STEAMER S. A- M'CAJLI.
1 will leave Newport News wiU?
i>o<h freigii' and passengers for Patars
burs every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday about 7:15 A. M.. and will leava
Newport News for Norfolk every Tues?
day. Thursday and Saturday about 8:?
P M
Will leave Norfolk every Monday,
Wednesday and. Friday at 6:00 A. M.
sharp. J W- PHILLIPS.
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