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J. F. ROWE, No. 10 Queen St., Hampton, Va.
are not necessarily rich, but j We have only one request to make :
they are always wide awake. They ; See out shoes before you buy. If we
keep their eyes oiK'n ami get t'he.r '? can't give you ninre style, eomlfort and
clothes at a store were large buying i long wear for the money than you can
makes low pri.-es.-where styles are fresh j get elsewhere, why. then?buy else
and new?<oods templing and eturable. where. All we ask is a chance. Do
For examr/e see J. F. ROWE'S stock I not think you can afford net to give us
today. that chance ?
The President oi me United Sites el 1?
Has been making appointments for many months to
public oflices. lie lias failed to give me an appointment,
but I have been honored with the appointment of the
agency of W. L. Douglass' celebrated
$3 $4 and $5 Shoes.
Call and see for yourself the handsomest line ever be?
fore shown in Hampton.
Our store has been a scene of wild excitement during
the past week. Ladies in a wild rush securing their first
choice in
Silks, Dress Goods and Wash Goods.
We have the handsomest and prettiest line in town.
Shirtwaists in great profusion.
250 pairs Ladies' Shoes go next week at $1.69.
We have the Largest Store ; |
We have the Lightest Store;
We have the Large t .Stock ;
We have the Lowest Prices ;
We have the Latest Styles.
Spring shades in Kid Ciloves now on sale. All come
rushing to
The Dry Goods and Shoe Man.
10 Queen St., Hampton? Va.
You Don't Buy
a stove every month, so
that when you do buy you want to look
around a little and see where you can
set the greatest satisfaction f-^r your
We have a great line of stoves here,
and we "can suit any pocketbook iwlth |
our prices.
Qeo. M. Richter,
No. 8 Quf a street. Hampton, Va
To deal at this store is tobe satis
fled. Look at some of m y lisfying |
prices this week.
1 more piece of 36 in black silk left.
I offer for 75 cents a yard, worth $1.
Lon?dale cotubric at 10 per yard.
This week only.
Utica cid tons that sold for 12ic,
now 8c.
A beautiful line embroidered skirt
flannels 50e, 75c $1, and $1.25 per
yard. 1 yard wide.
A fine line of ladies, misses* and
-children's shoes. Spring styles com?
ing in every day.
T. A. Cookie
12 West Queen St.
Hampton, Ya
Genera! * Carpenter,
Frames, Sash, Blinds & Doors,
Mantels and
tua 7-1 y IVlouldings.
Queen Street, HAMPTON. VJL,
?. O. Box. 1M.
2808 Washington ?.renn?
Sf picf Sy
are what we claim to be and
a glance through our stock
will convince you of this
Not a garment in our store
that is not fresh from city
workshops. All clothing
direct from our own factories
and to you minus the regu?
lar middleman's profit.
It Iii Ii Ittel
An Extra
In a
Young Han's
All Wool
I Suit for
A big lot of Men's Yacht
and Golf Caps just re?
ceived in black, blue, gray
and white. Regu'ar price
75 cents and $1, our price 25
cents each.
32 W. Queen St.,
Contract ok and Builder
Plans and Specifications Prepared or
Short Notice.
Bovaae wow a apaxnAi/rt
Office, HaTWOod 'BnHding. Washington
aventie, 'near Twenty-eeventh street,
}y-7-ly Newport CNefwe, Va.
Market Quotations From the
Leading Business Centers,
NEW YORK. March 19.?<Money on
call nominal et 2 per cent; prime m*tr
cant?e puiper IViC?M: per cent; sterling
exdhange steady, With actual buainessw
in Bankers' bills at $4.83% for demand,
and at [email protected]% for sixty days;
posted 'rates $4.?1???M.S2V4 and *4.S4Vi<?r
4.S5H; commercial Wils $4.SO<tr4.SO%: sil
vetr centltWtecs 55%?56%; bar s Ivor
Mexican dollass 45: State blonde
dull; railroad bonds firm; govermmncinit
bonds "weak.
?NEW YORK, Olbrtahi 10.?The action'
or lack of action of today's stock mar?
ket cam only me interpreted as the ac?
curate rellecit'ion ot the overshadowing
unoertaintx of the Cutmn question.
Last Saturday the threatening aspect of
the slruatw.m, coupled with the recol
lection of the developments of the pre
eedihg "SundViy. Tn the suggestion for
the recall of General Lee, led to reckless
short selling by the traders, dirlvtag the
market to a point ?even lower thorn the
Monday market succeeding The Lee in?
cident. The pinching administered to
the jreolflees bears in the rebound of
last Motrnd'ay made them extuemely dju
ti-ous ab'U't putting out slhort lines in
today's market.- The consequence was
tin almost Jj'feless market, as no one Is
ready to take the long side of the muir
ket at this time. Prices drifted ?dim
U-ssly up and- down over a narrow
rang?. Ortly a lit fie m vor 10O.O?? shares
Changed! hands during the day's short
session. The bond miurket was equally
dulr. ... jii Jiilii.gfi
Atehison. 11J
Baltimore & Ohio. 1?
Canada Pacdlc . b2j
Canada Southern. 40
Chesapeake & Ohio. lit
Chicago fe Alton. 151
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy.. iiOi
C. C. C. & St. L. V8
do do pref'd. 82
Delaware & Hudson. 10!)
Delaware, Lack. & W. 150
Erie (new). 12J
Fort Wayne. 1(18
Oreat Northern pref'd. 150
Illinois Central. 904.
I,ake Shore . 18(5
Louisville & Nashville. 4!tj
Manhattan L. 101
Michigan Centra!. 104
Missouri Pacific. 255
Mobile & Ohio. 20
New Jersey Central. 02
New York Central. 110
Norfolk & Western. Hi
Northern Pacific. 22
do pref'd. (11 ?
Pittsburg. Iii?
Read ing. 17
Kock Island. NU!
St. Paul. 8II4
do prof'il . H5J
Southern Pacific. 15}
Southern Railway. 7s
do pref'd. 20 j
Texas & Pacific. ?J
Union Pacific pref'd. 50$
Adams Exuress. 101
American Express. 125
United States Express. 30
Wells Fargo Express. 115
American Tobacco. 9(3g
do pref'd . 111!
People's tins. 91}
Consolidated Has. 171)1
General Electric. 32j
Pacific Mail . 24
Pullman Palace. 170
Silver Certificates. 559
Sugar .,. 1104
do prei'd . 1U7
Tennessee Coal & Iron. 1!)
Western Union. S5v
Chicago Northwestern. 117}
do pref'd. 173
Chicago tireat Western. 93
OHIIOAGO, March 19.?jMay wheat
broadened into an active nuiritet t,Jday.
An insistent demand from the shorts
sent the price _u|p to $1.07 during rhe
etairly part, of the sessi'-n, hut heavy
sales by Ijeiter twoTft"'<rhe pr.Ce badly
toward the ? lose. Final prices showed
a decline \it 2-14 cent's in May, und %fc'Ti
cent in July. Favorable weathti:? and
expectations of heavy receipts Monday
were factors in the decline In both op?
tions. Corn and oats I>othl broke wiitlh
the late slump in wheut, corn closing
unchanged, and" oats about %e lower.
Provisions weite heavy aibTCTosed [email protected]
:*-nts lower.
WHEAT? Open high Low Closed
May 10(i 107 10:1 103
July 85J 80} 85i 804
May 20? 29} 20i 29}
July .sog so* ao} aoi
Sept an au au ai*
Mtiy 25} 25} 25* 25$
July 2a* 234 234- 23*
May 9.82J <J 82i 0.80 0.82?
July 0.074 9.021 0.85 9 874
May 5.10 5.10 5.07J 5.1,i
July 5.15 5.17i 5.15 5.174
Iii BS?
May 5.05 5.05 5.05 5.05
July 5.134 6.134 5.10 5.10
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour dull; No. 2 yellow corn,
[email protected]; No. 2spring wheat, [email protected];
No. a spring wheat, 09}@10n4;; No.
J rod, ?; No 2 corn, [email protected]}; No.
5 oats, 25({r<ii; No. 3 white, 29J(?f>31; No.
J white, [email protected]; No. 2 Rye, 49?; No.
i barley, [email protected]; No. 3, ?: No. 4, ?;
-; No. 1 llax seed, 1174(J?121; prime
timothy seed, 2.05; mess pork per
barrel 9.80ia9.85; lard per 100 pounds
5 [email protected]; short ribs sides (loose),
i.02i(u?5.174; dry salted shoulders
boxed 4 [email protected]; short clear sides,
boxed, 5.25(&5.40; whiskey distillers'
linhheagoods, per gallon, 110J.
BALTIMORE, LMerch, 10.?iFlour?DujI
and unchanged.
Wheat?Strong; spot and in1 nth
[email protected]; April H.0a?a.0Hs; May
Jl.OIVifirl.Oiy.; steamier 'No. 2 red ?6%
bid; southern wheat t>y sample 97?$1.01;
do torn gtiude 97%?-$1.01Vi
Corn?Firmi ?i>ot and month 33 %@
33%; April 33V4#33%; Way 33%((i34;
siteaimer m'ixed' 3U%<<i33; southern white
corn [email protected]: do. yellow 3->%#33%.
Oats?Quiet; No. 2 white [email protected]%;
No. 2 mixed 31%?32.
Rye?Firmer; 'No. 2 neaTby 65%<S)
55%; No. 2 western G6'.jft>56%.
Hay?Dull: choice timothy $12.506(13.
Grain Fveig.bts?Steady to firm; un
i h-ainiged.
Sugar?ttttriong; unchanged.
Butter?(Firm; unchanged.
Eggs?Quiet; untlhanged.
Chet-se?Steady: unchanged.
[email protected] per basket.
NEW YORK. March 1?.-Cotton, fu?
tures cKseid easy; soles 26.200 j mites;
March 5.90; Ajwll 5.93; May 5.94; June
5.95; Juily 5.97; August 6.00; Kejvtemioer
5.9S: Ootober 5.98: November 5.98; IXi
eemlber 6.00; January 6.02.
NEW YORK, March 19.?The weekly
h,i,nk sta'temt-nt shows the following
<'hangets: Sulrplus reserve, increase, $5.
31W.625; loans, increase, $10,508,100; sipe
cie decrease. $5.211.300: legal tenders de?
crease; S1.698.S00-; dopositrt, decrease,
$7.304.500; ei rcula t * m, increase. $69.100.
The 'banks now hold $28,060,050 in ex
cess otf the requllreanents ot the 25 ixrr
cent. rule. . ? i,
When hiiious or costive, eat a Cas
caret, candy carthartlc, cure guaran?
teed, 10c, 28c.
ttfl* Baits Stress,
King Street, near Queen, opposite the
new postofflea
All news letters Tor publication in
this department should be addressed
to Dally Press Bureau. Hampton.
The Daily Press will be found for
sale every morning at the following
Hampton?PostonTice news stand,
Colbert's book store, and at the King
street ofTice.
Old Pol int?Bauich'? stationery and
book store, Hygela Hotel and Ohani'
berlin Hotel.
Sherwood HoteL
BUNtDWY, MARCH 20, 18!)S.
Fort Riley Soldiers Reach
Old Point.
?formidable WkhcIs to Assemble in IIaii.i>
ton Koads This Week. Datunffe Suit
Decided In the Circuit Court,
Arrival.. Ht the llatelH.
[Battery F, of tlae Fourth AKtiilfery,
which let': Fort ttiley, Kon., Thursday
afternoon, arrived' at Fort Moniwe tuie
last night.. The battery lent Fort Ri'tey
on a special .truin, and airidvedi ait Old
Potato on a CbesapeU'ke & Ohio special
iwbjch. was made up of twelve uus.
Ow.ng to (the late h'-jUr at which t'nelyi
arrived, very Hille demonstration was
made ut Old Point 'When tine mein
alighted from the train. The butltery
was Imimedtlate'ly nrardhed to the tuet.
The ba tfiery comprises tweirjty-six
men and live officers, and the tram Oil
which they came wafcs composed three
passsk-.ngi.r cottcb.es, six freight cans und
three nuts. Jm tiiie box care were tiwen
ty-ilve horses, which had been brought i
from Kansas, four guns und caissons,
eaimp equipmentus and1 battery forgta.
The gap lelli jn the 'lVimks of the
gairnlscin at Ftort Monroe 'by the depart?
ure of the lotteries whidh were trans?
ferred to ithe depot, tmenit .if Ihe eoutih,
wailll be partially filled by this- detach- 1
merit of ILroop?, and whlcini the new reg- '
imemtb send tio.it>s to .the Cert Jit will
be nearly as string as ever. It .s u
noteworthy fact that the o.d, exper?
ienced men 'have been ordeied u,way
fromi Fori M'?nroe and iiliw recruits
seinit to bike their place. The Kansas i
soldiers will Ik.- seen at the coin, t' -
day for the ftrst time by the ix-si
den'ts of this section. The men will be
obliged to exercise their horses, which
have been used to the prairies, on th?
parade g'.ound of the fort, and on the
briek pavements of OCd Pwlnt.
ilt was rumored' at old Point yester
duy that Secutitany of the Navy John
D. Lining was expected to anrive last
night or today, but investigation failed
ti.. confirm the repoilt.
The Hampton Rouds sqcadron, which
is to be formed Dor the defense of the
northenn cities, will soon assemble in
the Koads, as ..r.U rs have bean issued
to that effect, and' The shiips are now
on t'jveir Way. The battle.Jn>ips Massa?
chusetts and Texaa ?Iii* hbve 'been
stationled at Key West, were yesterday
? rdered to proceed to Hampton Koads,
and will arrive here Tuesday or
Wednesday. Tire cru ser Kr. okjym.
which 'W'iitl l>e one of the vessels of tihe
new fleet, is already in these waters.
In is ltlt-rned oni good auithoritiyi t'hait
siunpUies are being loaded i.a b. a.rd the
e-:uisers Oolumlbia and Minneapolis,
wl.-.ich .ire new at League Island, and
tlha't they willi shortly saffl for Hamp?
ton Kouds. where they will join- .the
tust of the fleet, lit is pcssibute that
the eruiser New X"i rk may also l?e or?
dered lie re, und in that event Admlrall
Skaud. who now commands the Xoi'tn
At Untie squadron, Will hia.ve rain
niand of the Hamipticm Roads s<juiid
ton. Steverai smaller ships may also
lie statt' med here with the lleet.
The 'Mass?aehu5etts, Texus, Culuratei
and Minneapolis ore expected at ?wvy
time, and it is thought, t'hat by the end
of this week a pown.'fml fleeit will ibe
assembled in >Hmnj>ton Roads.
The fallowing were the arniivoils at
Iiarnes' Hotel yesterday:
W. T. Munden, Samt.>ga Springs, N
Y.: W. B. Watsi n, I5altimv.iv, iMd.; H.
N. Oai;vi.1J. P!h.iaadeli?h:a: -ames it. Mor?
ris. New Jersey; AH rein P. .Horn. Nor?
folk; li. Bui.n^ New York; D. H. Park
b?ll. Rockdlale. Maes.; T. B. Thutelee,
Providentce, R- I.; William Uxinmn,
Ri ihm end, Va.
The United Sltates trumlV at Maohlas,
whiidh left HamiptCm RoadB a f?w d'.ujs
ago for Ro?Ui<n Co undergo extensive
repairs, am'ived there Friday motn'iing
ut 10 o'clock. The Maehias Wae sent
lij the Gospbrt navy yard alt Ponts
mKUtlh to hia.ve the repaic w??-k done,
but owin? t<> the rush of work on. the
cruiser 'Newark, which us Hieing over?
hauled theue, the guinibOQlt was root ie
;ixi.re.l at the yard. She left Old Point
for BostVin Tuesday.
R.-v. W. F. BheppaTd 'will fill the
pulpit of Rev. R. Spiller in Hampton
[his morning, and in the evening wll'l
prt>ach in t'lie Phoebus jMe'tiiodiist
A horse attached to an open wagon
belonging to the Hampton Tnansfer
Comiptainy. ran away yesterday after?
noon on King street aliout 2:20 o'ch ck.
'Pile horse -was stopped before any
damage was done.
No roses were tried by the mayor
i.Mr. A.G. Irons, will sT>eak at 11 o'clock
ibis morning in the Ph..ebus Methodist
A c.xnslgnJTient of iJvergr.-ens has
b< en received at Old'Point tobe plant?
ed at the old Point Comfort College
The li'gilut house tenders Maple .inid
J.-samine were tied up at the gov rn
menlt pkir at Old Point yesterday of
tern'Oi in.
The street e?rr compan- ra.n isummer
?in? beibween Hamijiton and Old I", tint
yesteaduy aittern?m.
The circuit couit adjauirned yeSier
day a.ftennoen. It is 1' kely tlivxt a spec
i.t! fti:m will lx- held.
The Iba 11 ro- -m cif 'the Hygeia Hotel
ait Old P.'int was crowded last night
by persons anxious to 'Witness an "Ole
Ving'.niny" cake walk. The etniplbyees
of the hotel demonstrated what eoifd
lie done aictng 'ihls Tine to the entirv
j.iiti?fa<iti'. n> of ail pi-esent.
The following deeds were recorded
in the clerk's office yesterday:
Dmie! Parker to Jomes Lockett; con?
sideration, $20.
IM. Louisa 'Lake and J. W. Rowe, to
Mrs. Helle James; consideration, $700.
Southern 'Building.ana Loan Associa?
tion to M'ini T Cooper and John JI.
Cooper; re1?ai-e deed.
A. W. Batssett, trustee, to IMary F.
Cooper; consideration!, nominal.
.'. e-se iwtaa de<;lded in the Circuit
"?run yesterdiay which Ls o.f general
?vtetv.-.-. Tt 'Wia? the damage suit of
.Koulton vs. Hnaxlshaw, for $500.
JtOTficon is the owner oif a large fish
round which ra located off Buikn..
**e?vi?.. and his nets vXiMid quite a little
Dstttircc out into Chesapeake Bay.
?radsnuw. while in a sail boat, nan
.rofo in,- netis and d-;d considerable dann
..gv to them. It was to recover the
..i?s .rrcurred i>y this accident that the
jntt eres brought.
rhe creclsion Is of vital! importance t..
owners of these, pounds, as vessels a*re
.ontiouariy running afoul of them and
J?? RCT.it damage. After 'In'?aring the
?viidettce tit,- Jury decided t.i award
WOO o> rtoulton for d images sustained.
Rev. \V. F. S'heppard. who has been
pastor of the Ph...bus Methodist
church for some time, .has been trans?
ferred to New port News aatd will es?
tablish a ebureh there in uiie near fu?
ture. Rev. 'Mr. MelXuigal, of Alexan?
dria, will succeed Air. Sheppard at nh<
Phoebus church, and is expected to ar?
rive in Phoebus with his t'umilv next
YVA'I 3HT HM J1-) A? liAUtn > K.
T.be vaeht Hiildegarde. which wen:
aground off the 'Hygvia Hotel ;v few
days ago. lug been scut to the New (mot
News ?ntpouildiing and Dry .Deck Com?
pany',- plaint tor repairs.
No serious damage was done t.. tin
FoHoiwlng ate the lotest arrivals at
tlrie. Chamber!in lb.tel:
J. H. Farlow. Baltimtcre; D. W.
Leai.le and wife. Muts. J. It. RUCOtMn,
Moutrosv, Pa.; 'Miss Clara Searle, Mr.
and Mrs. W?lltam F. Tooker, Jr.. Airs.
11. 11. 6al<munt Miss Bulkley. Mr. E. M.
Jenkins. Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. \\".
J. T.lngue. N. J. Tinigue. Jr.. G. IFivd
Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Oourtiney,
Mr. und Mrs. Walter S. Benedict, G.
Wethterbee. E. A. Darting. Mew Y>rk:
Mrs. IB. Ji. Judsoti. <.'. P. McMurruy,
Troy. N. Y.; F. S. Chick. Boston; R.
It. Goodell, Miss Goodeld, M-Whtgan-; C.
11. Aspiaiwadi, George M. Whltroell, t".
Thompson, Washington: F. W. Ohapln,
Mrs. F. W. Ohapin, Springfield'; C. G.
Allanton. Watetlbury, Coon.; W. W.
.Morton, R. (5. Segriaim, Jr.. ttlrs. L. F.
Con raid, Riohnv tnd, Va.; Miss M. Mc
Brier, Erie, Pa.; <;. W. Murray. Gosthen,
N. Y.; W. S. Conrad and'wife. St. Paul;
Minn.; F. B. Mueller. Decatur, rid.: W.
it. Walker, South Cairo! jna; GeUige D.
Far rar, New York; J. M. Barr. 1.. E.
Johnson. W. \H. Ee>\Vis, T. ,S. Dotla.nt,
Mliss Dorant. Miss Adrian Dorant, Miss
Fulto-n, Miss Filorenice Fulton, W S
Dorant, H. W. Dorant, Roanoko; E. L
DuBaituy, Crewe, Va.; T. S. Dorant, Jr
Mir. and 'Mrs. Ceo. <;. Bradley, Ruperi
Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Thompson,
lohnt.M. Claris and wire, Gerald A Band
A. I). 'McKune. \vm. B. Hences, John
II. V. Arn..1.1 and wife, Sam. M. Mc
laughiltin and wife, Jus. Thompson und
wife, 'Madam Jugeld, J. E. Muster
Mrs. Hery .1. Hurse, Dr. J. 11. Brya?,
Daniel It. Case, Miss Heien Cose, C. C.
Bornney, M. <!. NiEbUe and wife. New
York: 'F. M. Willard, Philadelphia;
W. H. G?ntere. Fairlee, Vt.; Mrs. A.
M. Granger. Fairlee. Vt.; Joint F. Ed?
dy and wife. Bay City, Mich.; G. W.
Hart, Philadelphia; J. A. McDonald and
wife. iWiliiamantic, Conn.; F. D. March
and wife. N. Cumtoridge, (Muss.; H. R.
Leonard. 'Norfolk: Hurry Laphorne, 1.
Weisiger. J. K. Williams, Richmond.
iBJi'GEI'A?G. Hartridge, New York.
I,. Grauss and wife. Worcester, Moss.;
F. It. Lawrence and wife. Miss Eva
Li'wrence. 'Master C. Lawrence, New
Y..rk: A. II Hbod mid wife. Full Riv?
er. Mass.: f. C. Hew.-tt. V. S. A.: M.
Goldberg and wife. Brooklyn; Miss
Hunter. New York: L. B. Hunter.
Washington: Mrs. R. W. Rush. E. M.
Felt. T Zendman und wife. New York.
Miss H. A. Wood. Miss L. E. Rowel.
Philadelphia: S. lleast and wife. Louis?
ville. Ky.; T. L. Benhum and family.
LTirica. N. Y.; Peter Watgner and wife.
C. L. Duvul and family, Mrs. J. Chad?
wick and child. G. W. Hulsurt and
wife. New York: 'Mrs. F. W. Talley,
Mtss B L. Newman, Miss C. Clarke.
New York: C. M. Pent on and wife. Buf?
falo: C. Hall. Richmond. Va.; W. B.
Hoyt. New York; T. K. Durham and
family. Erie. Pa.: A. Itose. Bcranton,
Pa.: Mrs. S H. Croweil. New York:
Mrs. S. B. Treat. Bamror. Me: W. H.
Gilmore. Vt.: Mrs. A. M. Granger. Vt..
A. II. Elmore. E. H. Guei-:tre, Va.: J.
Downs and family. Rochester. N. Y..
T. H. Sprinkle. Charlotte. N. ?'.: E. N.
Aid, n .and wife. Troy, N. Y.: John K.
Heyl. Washington: 1?. C. Gilpen, U. Vi.
S Brooklyn: Mrs. F. B. Brainurd. An
n it> Iis.'Md.: E.Waddill and wife. Hl< !i
mond: C P Wushburn aul family.
Boston: N. T Buss. Baltimore. Md.
P. F. Payne, Norfolk.
n<in'7(;rn?' Ulnsenir.
There is a pretty story going the
rounds of how a certain grower made
$10,000 in five years from one acre
of ground, growins ginseng. The
?tory sounds very like others emanat?
ing from the man who yearly has some
wonderful new plant, the seed of which
he offers at a high price. The true
tacts concerning ginseng are. in sub?
stance, as follows: It grows naturally
in the mountainous regions of Penn?
sylvania, New York and the South, but
under cultivation it has not proved a
successful venture to those who have
tried it, for it will not grow in sun?
shine or dty places, and no coaxing
can make it grow. Of course few
farmers have a soil and location sim?
ilar to the mountainous home of the
plant.?Atlanta Journal.
Got a Fine Inatrnd of n Bounty.
A man in the neighborhood of Mar?
lon, Penn., shot a screech owl, and,
believing there was a bounty on birds
of that kind, took it to a Justice of the
Peace to make the proper affidavit. The
Justice assured him that there was not
3nly no bounty on the screech owl, but
thai on the contrary, there was a pen?
alty of ?5 for shooting one. The Jus?
tice said that he was sorry, but, as the
man had confessed to the violation of
the law, he hhd no alternative but to
Impose the fine.
All in tfc.e Family.
A KentuckN mm has married the
grand-daughter of the girl who refused
Sealled proposals will be received at
the County Clerk's office for the erec?
tion o.f a new Jail until Wednesday,
March 30, lsys, at 10 o'clock A. M.
I'lan.s and specifications can be seen
by applying to the clerk of the County
<".mrt of sold county at his office on
and after Wednesday, March 1C, lsys.
All bids must be at'compar.'led by a
certified check for 10 per cent, o.f the
miount of said bid us a guarantee that
the bidder?should he be successful?
will enter into a contract with the
county of Elizabeth City, acting
through the Board of Supervisors, !?>
erect the juil according to the plans
and specifications if or the amount set
forth in the bid.
The su'cves'Sful bidder or bidders will
be required to execute bonds for the
faithful perfor-mamre of the conditions
oif his or their contract or contracts,
as follows-:' The successful bidder for
the building will be required to execute
a bind in the penalty <if $1,000, and the
successful bidder for the iron and steel
work, as per specifications, will be re?
quired to exeoute a bond in the penalty
of $4.000.
And the Board reserves the right to
reject anv or all of said bids.
Teste: H. H. HOLT.
ml8 21-24 28. Deputy Clerk.
To Get Money
Sell Pure Drugs for it.
We are leaders In Hie city
Sei! good cigars for It.
We have the finest line In
the city.
Sell Tenney's candles for It.
We sell the only genuine
in the city.
Sell cut flowers for it.
We are the only place
that handle them.
Sell toilet articles for It.
We have the best assort?
ment in the eity.
Prescription work
is our specialty.
Send us yours.
Wm. 6. Burgess,
Warwick Pharmacy.
Phone 259?.
Enough to Make
a Preacher Swear |
to have to vat some of the cakes
and pastry baked by amateurs und
seconJ-cle.ss bake shops. When you
want rich, dainty cakes, fine pastry,
good pure bread and light ru4is. test our
high-grade baked stuffs.
217 27th. St near WashinRton ve
B. D. Chandler
Grading, Excavating. Cartins, Haul
li.g of all kinds promptly attended to
Special attention to stevedoring. Men
md teams furnished at short notice.
Office: 3100 Lafayette Avenue.
i>e s-Crr P. O. Box: 422.
Every Vernon Tooth Brust
we sell is guaranteed.
We are agents tor Nunniaflly's
"We sell "Chicu" Cigars.
Our line of station?r;
nicest in town.
We make the bet-It Hot Ch
vlalte that clan be made.
Ou r sipei
-We do it right.
? Op. Johnson's Opera House a
If yom suffer from pains la your ?yes
and head consult
26C3 Washington ave..> e\.port News.Va
He makes an exan lnati n of your eyes,
ascertaining Just what is needed in thf
way of glasses, p .?dieal treatment, etc
Th costs you nothing?other specialists
charge you from $1 to $10. Examination
free, and satisfaction guaranteed. No
cha: gc is made for visits to the h?ifset
of patien'- in this Uty or Hampton. Of?
fice in Klor's dr.ijf ore,26DS Washington
avenue. Office ' ours: 9 to 1 a. m., and
2 to 8 p. m. oct 6-e-ro.
letting insured against fire in a poor
.company. Take out a policy in our of
I flee and you will be sure of your money
if you are unfortunate enough to be
burned out.
:-n miss su-eh a small amount each
j week, and can rest easily at night,
knowing that your hom* and place of
3,000 volumes of the world's heat au?
thors, lo cents eavh.
300 Lamps, 10, 26. 60 cents to $5.00.
18 Hall Lamps, $1.60 to $2.00.
12 Library Lamps, $2.60 to $5.00.
100 China cups and saucers, 10 cents
to $1.00 s>air.
100 Cedar Tubs, 60 and 75 cents and $L
3rt Wash Boilers, 40, 50 and 75 cents
and $1.00.
48 Cedar Pails, 15 and 30 cents.
6 boxes Fancy brands of Toilet Soap,
6 calces 'or 25 cents.
100 dozen Rlass Tumblers, 30 cents to
$1.00 a dozen.
6 dezen Coal Scuttles, 20 and 40 cents.
12 dozen Lunch Baskets, 10 to 50 cents.
96 Dish Pans, 10 cents each.
12G Wood Saws, 50 cents each.
12 Churns, 50 and 75 cents each.
200 Joints of Stove Pipes, 10 and 16
cents each.
250 Glass Pit-ehers, 10 to 50 cents.
f?0 Washington Avenue
S J Brown. G. B. ttoaQlanfl
Brown & Hoagland,
Law, Collection & Real Estate,
oftl e opposite Popular avenue,
from $10.00 to $500.
West Hampton. 250 feet from railroad
track,surrounded by four Junction roads
on the most liberal terms. Plans and
specifications furnished gratuitucsly.
Address Ixxk Box 225. Hampton, Va.
I Eat At
Men,, at a'. Hours. First-claes Din?
ner. 25c. . . ..m 12 to 2 P. M. The best
that the market affords in every re?
spect. Game in season. Suppers fur?
nished to parties on short notice.
Cor. Washington A venue and 24th St.
r~; K<-> F? G E l.OHSE, Mgr.
"The Wing"
tor twenty days and lif not satisfactory1
we will take it back without any co*t to
Price from $200 to $500
Sold on Easy Terms.
Imitates perfectly the banjo, guita?
mandolin and zither.
For full description, etc., addxea?
i>12 Twenty-eighth at.. Newport Newa?.
A Good Judge of Fuel
.11 never burn anything but our hSg%
radte coal, it is not only satisfactory
r cooking and heating purposes, but
s intense; beat end long continued
>mbust!i>?n malte it economical ;n th*
6 6! SMITH & 60.
'Phone 2524.
._ alte Av?.
ae 2Mu.wJfcf?ta
.4 ?X Nttrrou* />t*< wmm- FaiHns M?fi?
or other liinwei and SG
lltrv fuirhty and. sur**p
?rt? ijmt Vitality in o>d or young, and
luitii forstutiy, hu?ia??sor ramrritOb
snt Insanity and Cocsua
refund i!ie money. Prio* _ _
six i ?(.?'?.-- (full trvatiuenti for BAL J?y
. ._in wrnpixsr. npnn receipt of prico. ClrcnitW
For sale In 1 .ewport News, by A. E.
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