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Your Summer Suit. The time is now at hand to Purchase Light Weight Clothing. We offer you some rare bargains, and hope to see you the proud possessor of one of our suits. Men's Serges. Black and Blue. Single and Double Breasted, $5.50, |(j.50, $7.50 & $10.00 White Dock Trousers. 75c, ?1.00 & $1.25. Blue Serge and Light Flan? nel Coats, unexcelled variety at prices ranging from 50c. to $4.00. In Hats and Furnishings we continue to forge to the front with the beet qualities at lowest figures. THE 9 Jotinson ana Moore's Old siand Queen Street, Hampton, Ya. [J^p^Look: for the red front. S. j.BROWN, Successor to Brown & Hoagland, REALESTATE, COLLECTION AND LAW. Also Notary Public with seal. OFFICE?The little cottage oppo? site Poplar avenue, PHOEBUS, VA. V LOCK BOX 225. ?AMPTON. VA. I have some lots in the vicinity of Phot bus auil Hampton 10 sacrifice at war prices, though the shrinkage in values of real estate makes it to your Advantage to Boy at Once, ?8 the only shrinkage around here will be the S|intiisli fleet in a Sehley "way in a very short liuie, rest as? sured of that. Notice. At a meeting of the directors of the ;N?fwport News, Hampton and Old Point Railway Company, held on Thursday, the 19th day of May, 1808, the following resolution was adopted: Resolved, That a general meeting of the stockholders of this company De held at the office of the company in the town of Hampton, Va., at 12 o'clock on Tuesday, the 2.Ht.h day of June, 1898, and that this notice be published for thirty days in the Hamilton Mouitor. a newspaper pub? lished iu the town of Hampton, and the Newport News -Press, a newspa? per published in the eit\ of Newport News. HENRY L. S?HMELZ, May 21, 1890. Secretary. my22-S0t " King Solomon's For 10 Ct^S "The Tinted Venus," "Ships That Pass in the Night," "Maid. Wife or Widow." "My Friend, the Murderer," Such titles ais these at 10 cents a copy. W. W. WARREN News Dealer, Opposite the Post office P. B. MESSENGER, General Carpenter, ?HANUFAPTI BEB OP? _ BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, Frames, Sash, Blinds & Boors Mantels and Mouldings. QUEEN SREETT, HAMPTON VA ? JP. O. BOX 163.' u^_*^ NEWPORT NEWS ADS. THIS SORT OF THING is very fashionable Just now. "The girl I left behind" is the tune of the hour. The girl who is left behind has a great many things to think of. but it is veil to remind her that trie pleasure of bicycling will serve to keep her in good health and comparative cheerfulness, and there's no wheel like the ELLIPSE. Come and see it. Hews Cycle Co., Fred G. Kipper, Malinger, Sole Agent for Southeastern Virginia, 221 j Twenty-seventh street. ant! Family Liquor Store &SVflBbl?tiED IN IB.'-m. Is the place for you t.o buy youi Wines au<] l.iquorts for Cooking aud | Medicinal purposes. inese are the Rules 01 me cole end sau INSIDE: GO No Loud Talking or Singing', discuss? ing of i'ohtics, Na? tionality or Lieli gion. All who cannot comply with these rules ate re? quested to spend their lime and mon? ey elsewhere. All orders by mall will receive prompt StteOtiOtt. P.J.MUGLER No. ?11 WASHINGTON AVENUE, P O. Box 16. NEWPORT NEWS. VA For the week heg inning I June 12th oniy. LADIES' SAILORS. While P.ell Crown Sailor.;, white or blai k hands, former price 00c, this week One lot of Ladies' Un trimmed Ifais. all shapes, black and colors, former price SO and 75c, this week 25 dozen Children's Unt rimmed Hals, all colors and shape:-, form? er price f,o and 75c, this week. One lot of Children's Sailors, bauds of all colors, former juice 25c, this week C 19c med um I9c dors. price 19c All white and colored Tarn O'Shanters for children, former price 25c, this week White and assorted colors Eton Hats, former price 25c, this week RIBBONS. A very fine lot of Moire Ribbons Nos. 50 and CO will be sold during this week at a special bargain price of Also ail of our 30, 35, 40 and 45c Plaid and Striped Ribbons this week for 25c I Remember these exceptionally fine bargains are offered to our customers during this week only. You will find many other lines of goods at our store that are equally as low in price. Capital Dry Goods House 2610 Washington Avenue. E. W. JOHNSON CONTKACTOK and BtJTLDKK NEWPORT NEWS, VA. Plana and Specifications Prepared on Short Notice. HOUSE WORK \ SPECIALTY. UWiVEBSITY Of ill, CM AR LOTTESV! LLE, VA. Letters, Science, Law, Medicine, Engineering. Session begin* IBtfa September, r Tuition in Academical Schools free to Virginians. Vor oslsUfam adtfrau P. B. SAftRIMOBB, Ctnlnean. my 25-eod-lm. m i-i.-SB-BE-:?~J^a?-.-. --t-H'_ Hampton Bureau of ^f|c jOaUg $)rc$$t King; Street, near Queen, opposite the Fostoffice. All news letters for publication in this department should be addressed to Dally Press Bureau, Hampton._ The Baily Press will be found for sale every morning at the following places: Hampton?Shield's book store. Queen street., and at the olllce of the paper on King street. Old Point?Baulch's stationery and book store, Hygela Hotel. Chamberlin Hotel. NO PLACE FOB UDDES HighCollarsand Sharp Shoes Tabooed. HOW COM PAN YD IS FARING Where Is Witness Wilson t Sire. Isaac UhvIs Married. Cora l.ludstty Also Step? Off. Dlrmppoliited INuvul Reserves, other Local Notes. The Daily Press correspondent re? ceived last evening a letter from Camp Cuba Libre, Jacksonville, under date of June 13, which contains much informa? tion concerning the career of the boys since they left Hampton. It was writ? ten by the dim light of a camp candle -while the wind, as it swept overland from the broad Atlantic, twenty miles away, sang its doleful song in the tall tops of the pines beneath which rise the white tents of Company D. But it must not be supposed thai Camp Cuba Libre is a gloomy spot. It is only a mile from Jacksonville and is connected with the city by electric cars, making the ride from its sandy streets to those of the town a matter of hardly live minutes. Contrary to popular be? lief here the heat at Jacksonville is by no means so oppressive as it is at the North, where General Humidity claims and enforces the privilege of stewing the helpless people to his heart's con? tent. The vicinity of the Florida me? tropolis is balmy and breezy, and but for the clouds of dust that sometimes rise from the small sand dunes in and around the camp, the Hampton boys would have little to complain of. But the bathing is handy, and the men may lie down on their pine cone matt-esses at night refreshed by a plunge in the waters of the noble St. Johns. and dream of Hampton and home and the loved ones there, far away, in the grand old State of their birth. -And those?poor fellows?for whom no teara were shed when they said good-bye. may turn their thoughts toward "the unfriendly shores to which they are bound and call up visions of carnage and death on the purple field of battle Many changes have taken place among the men since they reached Jacksonville. One of the first events of interest was a general inspection by a regular U. S. A. man, after which high collars and sharp-toed shoes were doomed to innocuous dessuetude. This order of the meddlesome inspector, however, refers only to non-commis? sioned officers and privates. Captain Hope and Lieutenants Couch and Daugherty may still cut capers In shiny high collars and tooth-pick shoes. The men are permitted to wear either the blue army shirt, without suspend? ers, pr take the blue blouse straight. "Those fellows," says the Daily Press correspondent, "who were used to wear? ing collars high enough to answer for an ad. for a linen factory, did not like this style of dress at first, but they have gotten into it." That there are more things than war agitating the minds of the Hampton boys is evident from the following par-, agraph taken verbat urn from the let? ter: "The girls in Richmond treated us royally. The day before we left they brought out sewing "kits" for about half the company, and came down to the train through the broiling hot sun to bring us lunches for our Journey to Jacksonville. A good many of the boys have received tender missives from them. " Everybody will agree that this is simply awful, but if the Daily Press were to lay before Its readers all that this Camp Cuba Libre letter says, there would be more than one tluttering heart in Hampton. The men have been greatly disappointed by the failure of Red Chiles to pay them a promised vis? it. He was due in Jacksonville last Thursday. Mr. Chiles is still expected But here is another interesting extract from the letter: "Geo. Wray Booker is the* only poli? tician in camp. One week more and he will know every man in camp and control about three wards in Jackson? ville. The headquarters of the regi? ment draw on Company D for all the special duty men. We have furnished the regimental quartermaster sergeant. We have an experienced man in the engineer corps, W. H. Peek, and Doug? las Hull has been clerk in the quarter? master's department and is now per? manently with the hospital corps of the Fourth. Charlie Whiting was detailed one day as orderly to our battalion commander. Lieutenant Colonel Ed? wards, and whenever he needs an or? derly requests that Whiting be sent to? him. "George (Ox) Booker was selected as the colonel's orderly the first time he was in the guard detail, and all the colonels are asking to see our muster rolls, which were said to be O. K. by the commanding officer. Since we have been issued the new uniforms our boys are commented oh as being the neatest that go Into the city. We were the first company in the regiment to receive the new uniform and all the other compa? nies were jealous. This was due to having Douglas Hull in the quarter? master's department. I suppose by the time you have read thus far you will have been wearied, but T have just one favor to ask of you; send us some pa? pers so we may see what is going on at home. "The boys have to turn out at ?:30 for. reveille. You know this gets to some of us, who are not utjed to such earlj?, rising." RESERVES TURNED DOWN. But the Members of**?ie Hampton Divi? sion Are Angry. Lieutenant Boyenton's naval re? serves, who returned from Norfolk last night, after having been snubbed by order of Admiral Erben, are in a more belligerant mood toward Uncle Samuel than they ever were to? ward the supercilious Spaniard; and that is saying a good deal, for never did a set of men more anxious to meet the foe turn their backs upon their homes. For months the work of organizing the reserves has been going on in this city, and many sacrifices have been made by those at the head of the movement. During the past week all of the men who had employment threw np their positions in the confi? dent expectation that they would be mustered into the service of the gov? ernment Thursday. Their surprise and indignation, therefore, may be more easily imagined than described, when, at half past 3 o'clock in the af? ternoon. Commander Hufchlns, of the navy, who had been sent down from Baltimore on the lighthouse tender Violet to. act as master of ceremonies at the examination, called at the ar? mory and with an air of great pom? posity and importance, accompanied by terrible gesticulation, ordered a halt in the proceedings. The request of r>r. Speer, also of the navy, and Dr. Chiles, battalion surgeon, for an explantioii was dismissed with a wave of Com? mander Hutchlns" offlcia! palm, and the examination ceased. At that juncture seven of the men had beet: passed un? conditionally. Being unable to ascertain the cause of the offensive treatment from llnt chlns, who immediately took refuge on the Violet, at the navy yard. Lieuten? ant Boyenton and others telegraphed to Admiral Erben, but that dignitary did not deem the Inquiry of sufficient Importance to warrant a reply. Other messages were sent to Wash? ington, but none brought the infor? mation desired. As the entire naval reserve force or the State had been turned down. Admiral Erben and Com? mander Hutchlns became the targets for the sharp and sizzling comment of the disappointed men. and had they been in hearlnn distance It !?> probable that they would have felt that there was less danger In the presence of belligec&nt Spaniards. Twenty of the Hampton men went to Alexandria Thursday night, ten re? mained in -Norfolk and the rest came home. Two men of the Hampton division, who were unwilling to enlist, escaped from the armory and ran toward the pier where the Hampton boat lands. Marines with fixed bayonets wore sent after them and brought thorn back. They were placed under guard by Commander Boyenton. WILL INSTALL A PASTOR. Tomorrow P.ev. A. .T. Renforth Will Take Charge of the Christian Church. Tomorrow morning 111? - Rev. A. .7. Renforth. late of Proctor, W. Va.. where he was horn, will become the pastor of the Christian church of this city. The members will extend to Mr Renforth a cordial welcome, hut his in? stallation will take place without form? al ceremony. The new pastor Is a young man. a graduate of the School of the Evangelist, at Klmberlln Heights. Tenn.. a noted institution, and conies to Hamilton highly recommended. He succeeds the Rev. Mr. Staneill, who left here a year ago. The Christian church is one of tli" most flourishing: religious organizations In the city. It was founded about nine years ago by the Rev. E. B. Rnghy, with only twenty members. The Rev. G. H. McGee became the first pastor, holding the office five years, when he retired and the Rev. R. V. Omer was called to fill the vacancy. He was fol? lowed by Mr. Stancill. For several years after its formation the church was supported mainly from the missi m fund, but through the earnest efforts Messrs. R. B. and R. L. Tennis, Wil? liam Smith. H. W. Stanton and other self-sacrificing workers, it has been made self-supporting. It now has an active membership of over one hundred and is growing. A nourishing Sunday school is maintained, with Mr. H. W. Stanton as superintendent. WHERE'S WITNESS WILSON? He Will Be Wanted in Court This Morning. As announced day before yesterday, the case of the Commonwealth against Mrs. Cunningham, of Phoebus, charg. d with a vicious assault upon an old man at her husband's saloon/the Stitrs and Stripes, this week, was postponed until this morning in order^to .enable her to secure the attendance^*)! a witness named Wilson. Commonwealth's At? torney Collier objected to putting off the hearing upon the ground that the woman and her husband, who is also under indictment for assault, arc n n under satisfactory bonds. While he does not question the Integrity of the parties who became sure?es for them, he holds that in the event of the (light of Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham the sums named in the bonds could not be col? lected because the bondsmen arc not worth it in the sense contemplated by the statute. Public sentiment is strongly against the postponement of offenses of so se? rious a nature as the assault in ques? tion.- Mr. Collier is outspoken in his opinion and is anxious to take the case up. _ Mrs. .Cunningham's attorneys, however, think that it ought to be d. feired until the injured man has re? covered from his wounds, as they fear that his appearance as a witness in his present condition would enlist the sym? pathy of the jurors. He was certainly a pitiable object when he hobbled into the court-room Wednesday afternoon. Rut it is hardly likely that the mem? bers of a jury would allow even the sight of a man who had been brutally pounded hi? an infuriated assailant to cause them to disregard their sworn du ty. A BOLD BAD TRAMP. How He Frightened Mrs. Johnson and Her Children. Wednesday afternoon while Mortor man Haynes was humming along at a twenty-mile gait between Phoebus and Buckroe Beach his attention was at traeted by the ioud calls of a woman from the window of a house in the new village of Klondike. Mr. Haynes quick? ly stopped the car and went to the as? sistance of the woman. Upon reaching the house he learned that a big. burly tramp was trying to force an entrance by the back dour. The lady, -whose name is Johnson, had taken refuge in .a front chamber with her children, after vainly pleading with the urt-svelcome visitor to go away. When Mr. Haynes arrived at the back porch he found the tramp resting from his labors. He.took the fellow by the arm and led him to the car and when Phoe? bus was reached turned him over to an j officer. Justice Furness fined him $14.75 i and upon his failure to pay sent.him to this city, where he is now locked up. ONE WAS MARRIED. Mrs. Irene Davis, one of the women arrested in Phoebus Thursday night and arraigned before Justice Richard? son upon the charge of frequenting houses of ill fame in that town, was married at half-past 10 o'clock yester? day morning to Benjamin Franklin Holland, of Battery B. Third artillery stationed at Fort Monroe. The cere, mony was performed in the office o) Commonwealth's Attorney Collier bj the Rev. Graham Lambeth, of the West End; Methodist church, and was witnessed by less than half a dozer people, one of the distinguished gentle? men present Vicing Alderman Foster, o: the First ward. The bride wore a darl skirt and a comfortable shirt waist o light material. A plain sailor ha crowned a profusion of auburn ha': dressed in the fashion of the Elizabeth ian age and added to the generali; charming appearance of the bride This is her second matrimonial vent ure. The groom wos attired in hi: "rags regimental." and when the twi left the courthouse, after having re ceived the congratulations of thos who saw the nuptial knot tied, the; looked as happy as the happiest, o Burns' Idle Beggars, which remark i not by any means to be regarded as i , doubtful compliment. BRIEF ITEMS. Miss Leila Wilson, of Smithfleld Is the guesi of Mrs. I. I.. Junos, on Lo? cust street Ensign .lohn Hearing, or Washington, D. <".. will conduct the Salvation Army meetings tomorrow. It is stated that the West lind Ii? it question will be brought to the atten? tion of the council at its next meeting. Miss Flizabeth K. Wo: kins, who bus been attending tin- State Normal at Furmvllle during the- fast session, h is returned home, having won distinction in all of her studies. Henry Norris. nine years old, die 1 t Dixie Hospital yesterday. His parents reside on Popular avenue. Phoebus The funeral will take place ai I o'clock ?his afternoon. Interment at Oakland cemetery!. Andrew Lee. colored, who shot a companion named Washington wi i e engaged In a game of . raps last April, was yesterday tried In the county coutt and sent, n. . d to a year in the pemtcn Market Quotations From tlv Leading1 Business Centers. NEW YORK MONEY MARKET. NEW YORK. June 17.?Money on call steady. 1 1-ltjil 1-2 per cent.; last loan. 1 1-2 per cent.; prime mercantile pa? per. M'u l per cent.; sterling exchange firm, with actual business in bankers bills at 4:S5 1-2?M.S5 3-4 for demand, and at 4.S4i3>4.S4 1-4 for sixty days Posted rates. I.Sr.W4.sr. 1 -2 and 4.8ft l-2@ 4.ST; commercial bills. 4.S2 1 -2174.S:i; sil? ver certificates. f,7 3-4S7T.S: bar silver. 57 3-4: Mexican dollars. 45 1-4: govern? ment bonds, heavy: state bonds, dull: railroad bends., firm. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. NEW YORK. June 17. The unsettled and wailing temper of speculation was shewn no less today by the stagnation in railroad stocks than by the disposi? tion to lake mi different members of the group known as specialties. Dealings In the railroad list were few and Tar between and the only movement of prices was the sagging tendency almost inevitable in the life less market. Definite information as I.. 1 h'e conditions of the coming crops is what speculators would most like to have. The markets were full of ru? mors today of damage and deteriora? tion to en.ps. Money also showed a hardening tendency and sterling ex? change advanced nn demand for remit tf.n.if dividends ami interest due to foreign holders on July 1. The violent movement or several of the special? ties reflected no general condition and was without effect on the market be vond the sto.k immediately dealt In. Dealing In tobacco were on an enor? mous scale. Railway bonds were very dull in sympathy with stocks but prices j were better held. Atcluson. '34 Baltimore & Ohio. 20J Canada Pacdic . t Canada Southern. 514 CliesapeHke & Ohio. '--is Chicago & Alton. l.'iS Chicago, Bnrlingtou & Quincy.. 10-1j c. c. c. & st. j. m! do do pret'Vl. t Delaware & Hudson. K im Delaware, Buck, ti W. 15-1 Erie (new). 134 | Fort Wayne. Ill* Qreat Northern pref'ii. 177 Illinois Central. 104} Lake Shore . 180j Louisville & Nashville. 52B Manhattan L . 10-1 Michigan Central. 103 Missouri Pacilic. 34? Mobile & Ohio. 284 | New Jersey Central. !>3i New York" Central. 1108 I Norfolk & Western. Mi ( Northern Pacilic. . '? do pref'd. <>fi! Pittsburg. Iii? Reading... . 10j j Kock Island. lOlij St. Paul. 'Mi I do pref'd . 14Si Southern Piicilic. inj Southern Railway. 8 s do pref'd. 2!>3 Texas &i Pacilic. H! nrtion Pacilic pref'd. 583 Adams lixuress. 100 American Express. 127 United States Express. -Ill Wells Parno Express. 120 American Tobacco. lie do pref'd . 1181 People's Uas. Consolidated Has. l!K?i'| tieueral Electric. Piicilic Mail. Pullman Palace. 188 Silver Certificates. 57J Sugar . 132* do prel'd . Il2j rennessee Coal & iron. 23 vVesteru Union. Wi Chicago Northwestern. 12:"i do pref'd. 17i Chicago fcireat Western. 11 CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET. CHICAGO, June 17.?The uplifting I of the curtain of rain-charged clouds that have for about, three weeks over j hung the western American skies let In such Hoods of sunshine today that val? ues of wheat were withered. July closed with a loss of I) l-2@3 .1-4 cents | arid September 2l-2<9>2 3-4. Corn left off 1 S-S?11.-2 lower, oats are down I cents. 10 declines in provisions were. I Pork. 12 1-2 cents; lard. 5@7 1-2 cents. I and ribs 5 cents. WHEAT? Open High Low Close June hi 84 SU hi i July 7H 784 7? J 7ii Sept 7i> 704 084 !>8 Dec 711 70? list (ill I COUN? .June 325 325 31J 314 July ' 32? 31? 31f Sept 334 a?? e-J I CATS? July 24 4 24| 23j Sept 2!i aii 20} PORK? July 9 524 0 024 0.70 9.10 Sept 9.75 '.1.824 0.70 9.75 LAKD Julv 5.75 5.80 5.75 0.75 Sept. (5.02*. (i.024 5.h.ri 5.H5 RIBS? ? July 5.45 5 45 5.424 5.45 Sept 5.52.J 5.55 5.50 5.5: Cash quotations were as follows: Plour weak;No.2 yellow corn, 3 4;No. 1 spring wheat, 70; No. 3 spring wheat, 70<<4?0; No. 2 red, 62; No. 2 corn, ;>2J; INo 2 oats, 25: No. 2 white, 28J; No. 3 white, 274 No. 2 rye, ?; No 2 barley, |32<tj/35 No. 3, -; Mo 4-; -; No. 1 (lax seed, llvf; prime timnlhy seed, 2.0; mess pork pel ; barrel '.i.liOei ?.li?; lard per 10U pound* 5(!/>5.77j; short ribs sun s loose, 5 3Ui<t)ii.U5; dry salted .-!.. Hotels, boxed If(?3?; short, clear sines', boxed, t'i.75(<i(i.'0; whiskey disi i-lers tiutshed goods, per gallon,-; BALTIMORE PRODUCE MARKET. 15A i/ITMORE,June 17.?Flour?Quiet, unchanged. Wheat?Weak; spot and month. S9<(f Sil 1-4; July, SO l-4(&'80 1-2; August, 7ti asked; southern wheat by sample, S3Ciii 'JO. Corn-Quiet and easy; spot and , month, 35 3-Xfi35 1-2; July. 35 l-2@35 5-S; ' August, 3li<8>361-4; southern white corn, ' 36. i Oals?Firm; No. 2 white. 32@32 1-2. Rye?Hull and easier; No. 2.nearby. 4S3-4; No. 2 western. 511-4. i Grain Freights?Weak; no demand; i steam to Liverpool, per bushel, 3 3-4d June; Cork for orders, per quarter. 3s ? asked July. Sugar -Sirong: unchanged. Butter?Steady; unchanged. Eggs?Steady: unchanged. Ct.se?Steady; unchanged. Lettuce?1.25<h>l.50 per basket. Whiskey?U nchanged. XEW YORK COTTON FUTURES. NEW YORK. June 17.?Cotton fu? tures closed quiet and steady; sales, 42.300 bales. June. 642: July. 6.42: Aug? ust. 6.46: September, 6.27: October. 6.26; November. 6.24: December. 6.26; Jan? uary. 6.30: February. 6.33: March, 6.36: April. 6.39. GOT OFF EASY. Mrs. Peck ? I received a letter from an "Id schoolmate of mine this morn? ing. In which she tell? me that site had only been married tun days when her husband was arrested for bigamy and s*>nt to prison for ten years. Wasn't that awful? Henry Peck?Oh. I don't know! Some men certainly do have more luck "than sense. HAMPTON ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR RENT- 1" K< >.m house, o: ry street near Soldiers' II.mi Fine stand for bar. Apple t hanger. Phoebus. ju-17-lw Bonds For Sale. The ? ounty .1 board of Elizabeth City ginia, will receive sealed i'oposals for an issue of $1:7,000 5 per ?nt. bonds date.l June 15. 1S9S. and nia iring in thirty years. Interest paya e annually. The right is reserved to joet any or all bids. For further par ulars uddress .1. W. RICHARDSON, lerk or School Hoard, Hampton, Va. my21-4w-sat lus Window Screens That Really Protect from the flies and other sum? mer pests are the sort of screens you want. Made to lit your window snugly. I io not w arp, nor crack, nor wear at the edges of the wire netting?that's the sort of" screens we sell at the price of the fall-to-pieees kind. Geo. n. Richter, No. 9 Queen Street, Hampton. Va, IVlackey's Cafe lt. J. MAOKEY, Propkutor, The Best.Kaowa Saloon Mua la Newport Newa. ? Wines, Liquors, Cigars. flrtkST EXPORT BEER MADE,. Comfortable Pool and Billiard Parlors Adjoining Cafe. R. J. MAOKEY. FAMOUS FRENCH REMEDY IS ever Fails. ENDORSED BY THOUSANDS Of Indies as a periodical regulator without an equal, successful wfien Cotton Root, Pennyroyal, Krgot, etc.. Iiaveproveu worthless, 25 two-cent stamps brings trial package, act! convinces the most skeptical of their won? derful properties. Send -1 cents in stamps for pamphlet, containinir valuable information for ladies. Address LnCi.AiR Pii.i: Co., II. S. Agents, llnston, Mass. N. Ii.?All correspondence confidential and returned with trial package. For sale In Newport News by W. G. Burge.ss. !?*t>?M ?mm? I When Visiting Phoebus Gal! at g Mellen street, near Mallory. 5Where you can gut a good square meal. * Refreshments at bar iooiu ? prices. J T.H0S, ft. DOUGHTY, PROPRIETOR. I Manhood Hesiore DR. E. C? WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT THE ORIGINAL. ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS, la ?old under positive Written Guarantee hyanthorized .iHents only, to enroWwik Memory Dizzhiaaa. WnkerulncHS, Fifa, Hysteria, Quick noss. Nicht Losses, Evil Dreams, Lu-k of Conti donee. Nervousneaa. liHsaitudn.nll DrainR, Y/iuth fnl ?rrore, or Excessive Uso ofTobnc-cn, Opium, or Liquor, which InaitH to Miaery, Consumption, Insanity and Death. At atom or by mail. $1 8 box: six for $5; with written Ruarantee to eure or refund money. Maniple pack? age, containing tivu days' treatment, with full instructions, 25 cents. Ore sample only sold to each parson. At atom or by mail. ES^Red Label Special Extra Strength. Impotonny, Loss ort Power, Lost Manhood. Sterility or fiarrnnnosa.' ??Sl <? box; six for $5. with?? v>writ*?-n suaranteeJXw _ ?__. t/> euro in 30 da>a. At aUiro . BEFORE or by mail. AfTEB KlrOR'S DRUG STORE3. Newport Newa. Va. Think About It Don't you think it a mighty good I>lan to own your own home? It's Ira-'if possible to get more than 4 per cent.; nowadays safely, while a home ? that." costs from $500 to $3,500 will easily: stand you in 10 per cent of rent saved. ?; after you've deducted taxes, water ? rent and insurance. Talk to us about* it. FOR SAL.B. $3,500 Buys a beautiful home of 10 rooms, bath, sewerage, gas and all modern, conveniences. situated between West anil Washington avenues on Thirty-first street. This house isc bran new and well built; has 11 feet': pitch down stairs and 10 feet up. Terms accommodating; cheapest" property in this locality by $1,000. $1,200 $1,600 Buys a comfortable little home of s on Twenty-seventh street ?I. between Roanoke and ivenues. One of the most e houses on this street. > suit. store front with 12 rooms above and in rear, situated on Twenty-fourth street near Warwick avenue. House was built in the last six months and now rents for $47.00 a month: only three tenants. Figure the percentage on your money and call and see it. $1,200 Buys the corner of Twenty-eSshth street (ear Hue) and Warwick av? enues, -h $150 to $200 Buys some of the best side street lots in Fast End. Have a very de? sirable corner for $2ti0.00. $1,000 The corner and the adjoining lot above the Dry Dock. Forty-Beventh, and Forty-ninth streets. MONEY TO LOAN. Muiford & Edmunds, 135 to 137 Twenty-fifth Street, NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 'Phone, old and new, 2594. Nero Fiddled While Rome Burned because he had a policy of insurance in bis safe and knew he was protected. Don't be indifferent ta the advantages of insuring now. Don't say it will do just as well next week or next month. The lire that is never go? ing to touch your place may occur to? morrow and then-. A policy costs very litte and it's worth much. We represent the best companies? solvent, liberal and prompt. Let us supply you wllth further Information. MARYE & BOYNTON. Room No. 1, Braxton Building. J. R. SWINERTON, Manager. SPECIAL RATES TO COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN The latest toilet pre? paration. It is indeed a luxury, yet it is sold at a necessity price? 15 cents per bottle. Don't forget the place, as you may be charged 25 cents un? less yon come to us for this delightful pre paration. Warwick Pharmacy, Old and New Phone 1)6. DR. ?5. J. APPLEWHITE. DENTIST. Office, Harwood Building, Washington, avenue, near Tiweaity-tsav-emttih-. etreert, iy-7-lT N?wwt "