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To Always Be Sure of
Look for this "Triangle A"
You simply choose your favorite
among the brands backed by the ' 'Tri?
angle A" guarantee of honest cigar
values. y ji
\ Then you have banished uncertainty
from your cigar purchases. And wher
ever you go you have a reliable guide.
Simply look for this "Triangle A"
The ' 'Triangle A" on a box of cigars
means that every sprig of leaf in every
cigar in that box was graded by experts
for that one cigar, two years before it
During these two years this leaf has
mellowed and ripened in great, clean
"stemmeries" in an ideal temperature
till all its finest smoking qualities have
been developed to a degree of perfec?
The New CREMO
will put these claims to the test and will
furnish you a most convincing proof.
Every box is extra-wrapped in glassine paper,
sealed to maintain perfect smoking condition
and cleanliness until the box is opened.
AMERICAN CIGAR COMPANY
6 Full Quarts
Carolin*. WhLkey will ?Ivo ?reellen? satisfaction. It Is n well aged
tlclo und in our cstimntion, far huperior to the decor bonninnd mix?
tures Mid by Irrer.ponsiblo moil order whiskey?houses. nt 1.1.00 to S3.u0
porjjallon. We mako n npecUl prieo on CAROLINA WHISKEY to show
thnt wo ar.3 not afriiid of any kind of competition Our plant* cover four?
teen acres, making ua the largest mall order whi?kcy house in tlio world.
3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE. Cut out till* ?JvertUcmcnt and
return It with $2.95 and we
will shlr? "ou by express 6 lull quarts ot Carolina Whiskey and we
will Include In some box, complimentary, a sample bottle pi each,
"Zullckii," "Oold Bend" end Casper's 12 Year Old White Corn.
SPECIAL NOTICE I W<- cVllvor tlio obovo express prepaid anywhcro
in North CaroSnn, Virginia and West Virginia, but customers living
in other states reached by Adams or Southern Express Companies,
must remit 60c. extra. Buyers cost of Mississippi Kivcr residing on
acme other exp rc-?s lines must i.end S3.05 for tho 6 quarts and 3 sample
bottles und wo i/ill prepay cxprcis. Ilcinit cash with order and address:
THE CASPER CO., Inc., RoanoKe, Va.
(111. Wl??l.,.,.v?i,n, 1>. C.) Omif ri of C. K. RtclttcrMl Pf.lltorjr No. SOS, Klh Dl'l.i Va.
.?II ?hlikltS tuna? nnilcr ?U|-tnI.I. n ..f U. H. Ilfn<-.r? Ml suMMleod t>ur. u...!tr lh.
Kltimial Pun V: ..I .nil llruK M".
RICHMOND'S MAYOR USES
SOME VIOLENT LANGUAGE
Denounces the Goulds and Says He
Iii Willing to Use the Shotgun
(Special to The Daily Press.)
RICHMOND, VA., Feh. 2s.?Mayor
Cerlton McCarthy tonight, in an ad?
dress before the Travelers' Protective
Association, attempted to jtistify his
speech before the common council
?everal nights ago nt Mechanics' In?
stitute, when he denounced corpora
Mono for attempting to grnsp fran?
chises to the hurt of the city, alluding
particularly to the Gould interest In
street railways, without, however,
mentioning Gould's name, and saying
that ho would defy the courts if re?
straining orders should 'lie issued to
him by them and If necessary would
ho one to take down his shotgun in
?defense of the rights of the citizens
?of the city. Tho language used by
tthe mayor tonight was oven more
jrlolenr than on the former occasion.
\ Paul Morton Re-elected.
fBy Associated Press!
Nl?W YORK. Feb. 28.?Paul Mor
Irtn was i*e-elected president of tho
FjfiuItRble Life Insurance Company
nt tlio annual meeting of the board
of directors; today.
TWO FOUND DEATH IN
Third Person Will Probably Dio as
the Result of Drinking the
(Bv Associated Press.)
ST. LOUIS. MO.. Feb. 28.?Lying
upon the floor at the home of Knill
Koeppen, a night watchman living in
Woodland, a suburb, the dead bodies
of Frank Koeppen, aged .nine years-,
and Miss Belma Olorsback, Hie house?
keeper, were found today and beside
them lay Bendy Koeppen, aged eight,
and Robert Koeppen. aged six, both
unconscious. Nearby lay a nearly
empty patent medicine bottle. After
hard work, physicians stated that
Bently would probably recover. They
said that appearances indicated It
was a cane of poisoning.
Rescued By Firemen.
fBy Associated Press.)
CLEVELAND. OHIO. Feb. 28 ?
Five men in the toy story of the
.lohn Scaher Picture moulding fac?
tory on Spring street had a narrow
escape from death by suffocation to
night when the building took fire
and was parllv destroyed. The dam?
age amounted to ffiO.onfi. The fire
men climbed to the third story ami
rescued the workmen.
SENTIMENT ON STREET
Very Sharp Recovery In the Prices
ol Stocks Takes Flace
SPECULUM SENTIMENT FICKLE
The Uncertainty of It Completly Mys?
tifies the Professional Traders in
Wall Street?The Upward Move?
ment Placed Prices on a Higher Lev?
el?The Total Sales.
fBy Associated PresB.)
NEW YOItK, Feb. 28.?Thorn was
as abrupt a reversal of sentiment from
that, of yesterday in the stock market
today as there was on Tuesday front
ttuit of Monday. Today's sharp re?
coveries placed prices on a level with
the best prices touched In the recov?
ery on Tuesday. The complete un-1
ceilainty of the speculative sentlme? !.
is clearly defined In these numerous
hnd abrupt changs In the reverse of
Today's recovery, which was slight
was accounted for by tho ahsenco of
hew developments, as have been tti*
ether movemonts of the week. S?m<
It stances was',attrlbuied to the fttl-1
.inurnment of the Interstate Comm it.
Commission's hearing in this city. Put
opinions la the Wall street district of'
the bad effects on securities threat?
ened as a result of that bearing, wore
not altered but rather wore empha
sled by the later phase of tho Inves
tigntion. Commission houses proton:
a conviction that tho public cannot be
induced to buy slocks while these rev?
elations are fresh In the mind.
Importance was given the hig!>l>
favorable reports from the Iron and
steel trade and the great confidence
expressed by authorities in t'.r.it trade
and of (he soundness of the conditions
Money was firmer today. !.-oth on
cnll and on time. There was suppos?
ed to be some calllnt; in of loans go?
ing on in preparation for March sot
tlenient which will be unusually larg->
Dlucounts were easier In Peril i. The
Hank of Prance's return was n weal
one but sterling exchange at Paris'
The profit Inking in the fluni hour j
was well absorbed and the market
closed strong and active.
Ponds were irregular. Total 'ales
par value $ LI 52,000. U. S. 2 s coupon i?
declined 1-2. while the .1 s r-iglstorer'
advnnced 1-2 per cent on call. Total
sales 1.124. 9(10 shares: Copper 08.
100: Smelting 72,400; ^Jugar 3,300.'
Tobacco 100: Anaeon?'" 7? ?'no- t\t*\i'
son 31,100; A'. C. Li. 400;' M. K. T.
41,300; [lending 380.300; S. P. 28 <Jl)li
Southern 13.200 ;Southern pfd 2.700
Union Pacific 114. 300; TJ. S. S?oc'
44.400;- Virginia-Carolina] Chemical
Company 300; Vlrglna-Carollna Chem
leal Company pfd 100.
Adams Express .280
Amalgamated Copper .110 5-8
American Car & Foundry. 43 7-8
American Car & Fdy pfd.102 1-2
American Cotton Oil . 31 1-?
American Cotton Oil pfd .88
American Express .225 I
Amer Hide & Leather pfd. 25
American Ice . 82
American Linseed Oll . IG 1-?
American Linseed OH pfd.32
I American locomotive . 72 3-?
American Locomotive pfd.110
American Smelting & Rfng... .140 lyj
American Smeltinu & Rfng pfd 14 l-f
American Sugar Refining.132 7-8
American Tobacco, pfd. certlf.. 95
Annconda Mining Co.294
Atchlson .102 5-8
AtchlF.on pfd . 981-2
Atlnntlc Coast Line .110 1-2
Baltimore & Ohio .1H'1-4
Baltimore & Ohio pfd . 89
Brooklyn Rapid Transit . 70 3-8
Canadian Pacific .180 7-8
Centrnl of Now Jersey .203 1-2
Chesapeake & Ohio .s. 51
Chicago Great Western . 15 5-8
Chicago & Northwestern .1G3
Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul.145 1-8
Chicago Terminal & Trans.... 7
Chicago Terminal & Trans pfd 10
C. C C. & St. Louis. 87
Colorndo Fuel & Iron. 44 1-4
Colorado & Southern . 33 1-4
Colorado & Southern 1st prd... 00 1-2
Colorado & Southern 2nd pfd.. 54 1-2
Consolidated Gas .137 1-4
Corn Products .,. 21 3-4
Corn Products pfd . 80 1
Delaware & Hudson .200
Delaware, Lackawanna & West.498
Denver & Rio Grande . 30 7-S
Denver & Rio Grande pfd.78
Distillers' Securities . 75 5-8
Erie . 34 1-f
Erie 1st pfd .OS
Erie 2nd nftf . 5/3-4
Geuernl Electric .158 1-2
Illinois Central .164
International Paper . 10 1-'
International Paper pfd . 70 1-2
] International Pump . 34 1-2
International Pump pfd . 79
Iowa Centrnl . 23
Iowa Central pfd . 42 1-2
Kansas City Southern . 215-8
Kansas Cltv Southern pfd. 58 7-8
|I?ulsvIllo & Nnshvillo .128 1-2
i Mexican Central . 23 1-2
.Minneapolis & St. Louis. 54
(Minn., St. P. & Sanlt. Sto. M.. .1181-2
Mlhh., St. P. & Sanlt. Ste. M..
I nfd .143
Missouri Pnclflc . SO 1-2
[Missouri, Kansns & Texas. 44 1-4
Missouri, Kansas & Texas pfd. 71
National Load . 68 1-2
National it. it. of Mexico prd.. 56
Now Vorlt Conti?! .12578
New York Ontario & WesternI, KICK
Norfolk & Western . 831*2
Norfolk ? Western pfd . 80
North American . 70.1-4
Pacific Mall . BUT*?
Pennsylvania .120 i s
People's tins . 93-1 ?4
Plltsburg, C. C * St. Louis_72
Pressed Steel Cur . IS 7-S
Pressed Steel Cur pfd .07
Pullman Paluee Car.168
Rending .110 3*8
Reading 1st pfd . Nti
Reading 2nd pfd . ?7 1-2
Republic Steel . 331-4
Republic Steel pfd .97 1-2
Kock Island Co. 24 6*8
Rook Island Co. pfd. R
Rubber Goods pfd .100
St. Louis \- San Fran. 2nd pfd. 119
St. Louis Southwestern . 22 1-4
St. Ixntls Southwestern pfd.... RR
Southern Pacific . 91 .14
Southern Pacific pfd .117
Southern Railway . 2." 5-8
Southern Railway pfd .7!) 1-2
Tennessee Coal it Iron .1481*2
Texas &? Pacific . 33 3-8
Toledo, St. LOUlS ? West. 28
Toledo, ts". Ixmls & West. prd.. 6(1
Union PUclflc .1713*8
Union Pacific prd . 90 3*4
United States Express.100
United Stntes Realty . 8R 1-1
United Slates Rubber . 40 1-2 i
United States Rubber pfd .100
United States Steel . 44 iV8
United States Steel pfd.103 3-4
Virginia Carolina Chemical _32 1-2
Virginia Carolina Chemical pfd. 100
Wabnsb . 151*2
Wubaalt pfd . 31
Wells Fargo Express .270
WOBtingbOUBO Electric .IRO
Western Union .*_SI
Wheeling & Lake Erie. 111-2
WlncouBln Central . 21
Wisconsin Central pfd . 4R
Northern Pacific .140 6-8
Central Leather . 87
Central Leather pfd .1001-2
Sloss Sheffield . 67 3*4
"?real Northern pfd .164
lnterboro Metropolitan .34
Interboro'Metropolitan pfd .... 09 3*4
Baltimore Produce Market.
(By Associated Press.i
BALTIMORE, MD., Feb. 28.?Flour
Wheat?Easy; spot, contract 78 to
78 1-4; Southern on grade 73 1-2 to
Corn?Steady; spot 50 3*4 to 50 7-S;
Southern white corn 49 1-2 to 51 1-2.
Oats?Firmer; No. 2 mixed 46 1*2
Rye?Firmer; No. 2 mixed 40 1*2
Rye?Firmer; No. 2 Western do
mestlc 73 to 74; choice 77 to 77 7-8.
Butter?Firm and unchanged; fan*
\v imitation 2G to 27; fancy creamery
34 to 35; fancy ladle 22 to 24; store
packed 17 to 20.
Eggs?Firm; 24 cents.
Cheese?Strong and higher; large
14 7-8; medium 15 1-8; Binnll 15 .11.
Sugar?Steady and unchanged;
course granulated 5; fine 5.
(By Associated Press.)
NEW YORK, Feb. 28.?Money on
call firm R to 6; ruling rate 6 3-4;
sl?slng bid 5; offered at 5 1-4.
Timo loans dull and firm; 60 days
ind 90 days 5 1-2 to 5 3-4; six montlu
Prime mercantile paper 5 3*4 to 0
oer cent; sterling exchnngo stonily,
vltb actual business lu bankers' bills
it 484.65 to 484.70 for demand, nnd at
180.35 to 480.40 for 60-day bills; post?
ed rates 481 1-2 and 485 1-2; commer?
cial bills 480 to 480 1-8; bar ellvor
19 1-2; Mexican dollars 53 1-2; gov?
ernment bonds steady; railroad bondB
Running between Hampton and the
Commercial Pier at Jnmcotown
Stopping at all piers en route when
flagged and regularly at Old Point on
two trlpB each wny dally. Schedule
subject to change without notlco, as
Foot of Shields street, near electric
plant, for Exposition Grounds:
?10:00 " 4:00
LEAVE EXPOSITION GROUNDS,
?Stop regularly at Old Point.
One way?15e. Round Trip?25c.
rennis Construction Co.
I HAMPTON AND PHOEBUS BU
1 renn of information has been form?
ed by two ladies for convenience of
room renters and strangers expect?
ed to attend the Jamestown Expo?
sition. Anxiously solicit patronage
of those having rooms to rent to
list them with us and save trouble
In securing roomers, collecting,
meeting boats and trains. For par?
ticulars appiv to MRS. J. WILTON.
HOPE or MRS. EUGENE IRVIN,
office 103 N. King St. P. O. Box
Gun Metal, Lace
I RAN SON B BROS.
i 8 and SO W. Queen Street, Hampton, V?.
Gloves, Gloves, Gloves, 1
Long Kid Gloves
We have added Three New
In our line of Kupfordruok Ernvvn Post Cards.
ChamWrlln Hotel, Old Point. Va.
Old English Cannons. O.'d Point, Va.
Dry Dock at Newport Nwb, Vn,
See our lino of Post Cards. Something now every week.
Schraudt's Book Store
42 W. Queen Street.
Your prescriptions are accurately filled It brought here.
GARDNER & HUDQINS, The Druggists,
North King Stroot. Phone 18.
Wines and Liquors
I belong to the lost tribe that stray,
ed away from Dublin beforo Mose?
sailed on the nod Sea. I'm a price
cutter. I'm a inoney-mnker; I'm tho
ono that sells all straight Whiskies
retail at wholesale prices. The fol?
lowing high grade 10c Whlekleo T
sell lor Co. a drink: Paul Jones. Pure
llyo, Sherwood Rj,j Whiskey, Carroll
Springs, pure Maryland Rye Whiskey,
Overhold Rye whiskey, Parkwood Rye
Whiskey. All of the above nanvid
Whiskies are strictly high grade;
watch my prlcw If you dare, beat
me If yon can.
Whiskey In bulk at following prices
Old Nick Pure Rye, 1-2 pt, 25c;
Leonard'* Favorite, 1-2 -?t-, 20c;
gallon . 3.00
Hunter's Baltlmor . Rye, 1-2 pt.,
25c; gallon .4.00
Maryland Club, 1-j pt., 26o gal*
Paul Jones Pure Rye, 1-2 pU
20c; gallon .2.76
Carroll Springs, gallon . 2.50
XXXXBaker Rye, gallon .2.B0
Star A, Rye, gallon . 2.00
Moss Rose, gallon . 2.00
Larkwood Pure Rayo, gallon .. 2,00
Jefferson Pure Rye, gallon. 1.75
Kentucky Bourbon, gallon . 1.40
Double Stamp Oln, gallon.2.00
The following brands of Caltfor
ala Wines, Port, Sherry, Catnwba
Claret, Blackberry at 26c per at.
per gallon, 766. Pride of North Car
?Uni, 4 years old, gallon. 2.00
Kummelll, per gallon . 2.00
Barrel and Bottle House,
It AND IS MELLEN ST*
?ho?kU?. Vs. 'Phorw, tJOL
Will Have Track In Georgia.
fBv Associated Press).
CHATTANOOGA, TENN., Feb. 28.?
Several horsemen temporarily out of
business nt Nashville and Memphis
by legislation prohibiting racing In
Tennessee, are here planning to es?
tablish a race track just across the
Georgia, line, five miles away.
Can be found In Hampton than
the tine stock of ready-to-wear
Tha Baltimore Merohant Tailor.
We mako yon a Bull lor the
price asked for a "hand-me
down" outfit in most stores
Our fits are guaranteed.
Cor. Queen'A Court Sis.,
HAMPTON ? ? ? VIRGINIA.
Bids aro requested for erecting on*
l brick building ob a pumping station
' for the Peninsula Pure Water Com
puny. The.building to be erectod at
a place known as Big Bethel. Va.
Plans and specifications may ho hart
from E. A. Smith, Resident Engineer,
P. O. Box 31C, Hampton, Va, The
1'onlnsula Pure Water Company* re?
serves tho right to uccopt or rajoct
any or all bids. Bids to bo forwarded
to tho offlco of the Ponlnsula Pure
Water Co., 18 South King Street, rot
Inter than Friday, March IB, 1907.
Bids to bo marked: "Proposal for
erection of pumping station at Big
Bethel, Va." All bidders (exiepting
successful ones) agree to return plana
and specifications after bids avo
WM. II.. BOARDMAN,
Civil. Sanitary & Hydraulic Engineer,
420 W?lnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
E. A. SMITH, Resident Engineer,
Hnmptou, Va. 2-24 61
tri? Big ? for u n natural
Irritation! or nlearatSoaa
cf rnuooDi mars bran *X
Palnlftf, arid not utrto*
iTHEtvmCKEMlUUto. f ?nt or pol-onou&
~ Sold by ItrantsU.
or mm In plain fravTfA
br -> rro??. pr?pat& fat
61.00. or 5 bottle. ?3 ii
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