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THAT fit well; LOOK well, and WEAR WELL. Are Made by S. Matback The Baltimore Merchant Tailor, Corner Hope and King Streets, Hampton, Va. Have Ihe much-liked nine Se-rges. Cheviots and Blttej f>">n which yon can iuiV.,-- a selection, Pull Hue or ready-to-wear clothing always "!i baiid. in no swNift mid MAW DRY IN GRANU L- AHM MARBLE, Best rjbality. material and workuj?H?hlu ??' Ihn prlcea con ?flRttu* with the quality of work. LAW SON i> Nt W10N 13? v.vm CJ?Feb Rlrppt. THON**. I'M Jl A r.M'TOM, v*' Notice In Hie Public and My Pat ion s: thai we going 'king Business by II those thai, have 0 wil) please 10 6u) of thfa fp. thf, ic( , f ,\,,, j pledges 1? out d*c-!n same j|n Unrfrdi -mi r.i pledger m all kinds for nak; cbei". R. SUirikovvHz, 60 w. queen street, ?._. hampton, VIRGINIA. riPT?Ni PU II P??DY 10 MAKE THE ADDRESS ?.Continued fiijtn pace five.) |m?.'Kvnictl i" llu !m;ii<1 of trustees ? aiKlhlat' lor ilipli man n?d trader rertiflru'.' i' \u ihe various departments ? i in? , ? heul. follow Inj: Hie customs of the school, llu candidates foi gradual I' n will imply hu 'presented" to the board iif ? i ?< .i> ? ? and will i lii eive iheir certl ???? diplomas at the regular coin in hi ? m?.'i?i eXerel us in Juno, A complete list -it (he graduates has iteeii gjvon out by llio school aiu b"i ii <1| i ii<- nuiiibi i 80 are Iioin Hie ivadeuii) li'.'P'ii'tinent. 10 f roni the Nor mal com ?. and '^t from Hi" trades ijujmrl iii en Is. I'lie completed li t i = herewith hp ponded Candidates for Academic Diplomas. Sciii- i Class l.iu y 11 Allen, Palm ? i Springt*. Va . Annie Reudor. Fob i. n. Minn . Ruth A A Bland. Uos ton, Ma . ,loi epliiiu! Clcntoii. War nnton. N i' . Mabel Crecknutr. im - pi?r< ? i(, Va : Kmmu A, I5llcli, I lampion. Va.; Mnrgnret II tiurdim. tut>ii?h. Va.; Willi.' W Greene. Lyiiclihurg, Va.; /.elnia Harris, Hump I mi. Va ; liii/.ii .1 Hobday. Achilles. Vii . Christ.laus 'i l.oggon, Alilngdon. \ ;> . Julia B l'i Ice, liai l.l'oi d. (loiin . i i.o.i II Itaudolph. South Orange. N. i I rsula L sh-ppai d, Chnrehhiiid. Vii . Kmmii .1. Snyder. Fiirlnnd. Va , \ll.?. r i. White. Portsmouth. Va . I,.diu I, Wornilcy, Frodellcltdiiurgi V.i . (.'h;n lei; Hees.. Ali ud. Rlinwiin..'. Ukla . Joseph Ulackhawk, Winucbugo. Noli . .Id epil (' Brisc.oo-, Halt Imoi e. ,ld . Robert I, Ifrnkcnlmrr, Phoebus. \'n . Julian I, Itiown. Henderson. K.V . Illlllniil 11 liaiil i, ilainden. S. C. ; Benjamin .hm. s, Klitiell, N. ''.; Hosier It jitiin ... Knllit church. vn.: Jinnes I' M.i 'ny. Btmulovol, N <' ; Junios ?! Nori-am. I'Oil .lih. Vn . William W IVjornoii. Oi anile. Va.; Morris O, Pride Lyiiciildirg. V? . Craflon G Ii- od Frankfort. Ky . .1" lepli W Hind i i. Cn limit n. Alii ; Marlon S Hi' Iii Wnrrinw. Vii ; James K Sprat ie jr. I ? Hi: .? \ ;i ; I I 'm y 13. Thompson. h'oulliaiulon, N. V. Asa 15. Wall. Mar duck, Okie.; FrniiK C. Wilson. Pluu Ridge. S. D. Candidates for Normal Diplomas. Graduate Class Sarali A. Bocgs. Baltimore, Mil. sewing and cooking.' Nellie A. Burke, F.li/.alioth City. N C...I Sewing and cook Iii g: Anna C. John son. Dover, Ky.. sewing and cuuklng; Marian M. Held. Bristol). Tpuii- sew? iiig itiul conking! Fannie 10. Small w.io.I, Franklin, Va.. matron's course; Picrrcpdiit Alford. Shiiwuee. Ok hit, business course; Frederick D. Bus be... Snowhlll, N. O.. agriculture; ja tries A. Dingus. Marietta, Ohio, agrl< culture; .lames F. McKoy, Bimnlcvol, N. ('. agriculture; Hoben T. Watson. Savage Crossing, Va;. carpentry. Candidates for Trade Certificates. Robert H Anderson, Georgetown, >'. Gii Carpenter; Iticliard T Baker. Man ? bester. Va.. Tailor; Charles W. Ban I li i. Millwood, Va.. Carpenter. Spoltswpod T. Boiling, (luffs. Va.. Curpe.nler; Wllilnm II. Boyd, Aoby iiile. Vn . Hi Icklayci" Charlc> W Bradford, I laddonfleld. N. .1. Stenin filler; .liilhin |j. Brown. HendiMson. I. , . Printer; William 15. Brown. An? napolis. Md., Blacksmith; Roscoe W. Bryiint. Siivaiiriah,. C<? . Tailor; .lohn K, Burrell, Bowie--,. Va., Bricklayer; .lohn II Burriiss, Onlneys, Vii , Blnck Rmitii; Isafah .1 Butt. Wnsliington. P. C., Carpenter; Charles II Carter, Tin = ri)|tii; I'jlijah A. Chlsliolm, Chester. F) C. Shoemaker; ISdward Sianlej' Clark, Washington. N C, Biacksriiltli; Charles 15 (Vdes. Kausa-? City Mo.. Tailor; Whittnbn Coriib. ISverelts. K. C'j P;iinter; William P Connor. West Norfolk. Va., Carpenter; William .1 Contee. Annapolis, Md., Ste?raHlter; Charles .1. Dunmoie, (leorgetown. S. C, Carpenter; .lohn A, iSnierspn 'Trnr^ Store, ? Wheehight; Fred. 1'? Fauntlerey, Phoebusj Va , C'arnen: (or; . Wililam II Ford, Woodslpwn. N .1. Slenmfitter; .loini L. Froeinan, Baltimore, Md.. Stenmflttei'; Winfleld a tiai in '!. Augustu. fi? . VVheel wright; Clarence II Orusty. Danville. Va.. Bricklayer: Shadrach 13. Cray. VVii oriilco Church. Va . Blacksmith: James Greene. Lriwtori. N. Y. Mncliln l?t; Simeon Cimdy. 1 laverhlll. Mass.. Htoamfltter: fleorgc R. Ilnnlemnti. Cnrpenter; Robert I Howard. Peter;: burg, v.i. Blacksmith: .lames C Hub bard, Natural Bridge. Vn., Upholster -' . William A. Jenkins. Lunenbefg, Carpenter; James ..\. <;. Johnson. ''iz---!l". Alu. Wheelwright; vyilllam !. Johnson, Helena. S. C jviachliilat; Rtisici H .Ion.-.. Falls Church. Va.. Printer; Thomas II. Jones, Phoebus. Vn? Carpenter; Walter M. Jordan. Siuitlifleld, \ a., Cnrpenter; Rnherl .1. IConner. Opheila. Vn., CarpOniCr; Ku ?.< I Lewiii, Savannah. On.. Black smith; U'instoii B. Lev is. Tapimhaii nock, Va? Bricklayer: Kdward I?. Mi- kle Camden, s c . Tailor; Josepli M Mitchell. Savannah, Oa.i Black "n'li. \i, i,., w M..:l-y. Farmvllle. >. Carpenter; C. Jerome Nicholas. Baltimore, Md. Painter; Jamos Noreom Portsnioiith. \'-i . Machinist.; .i..i.ii w N'olilngham, Towiisontl. Va.. Cnrpenter; Tousiialul L'O, Owen:. Hampton V?. Tailor; Seih H Rahli, \ << itin. 11 xn M:.. hinisl; Crtifton C, Reed. Kranit (oft, Ky., Printer; Thomas a Rhue, Georgetown S. C, Carpenter; I5np B Smith. Nortli, Va. Block ?mllh; George R Thomas, Anna polls. M-i Riacksmifh; Wiiii^ni W Thomas. Lake Clly, S, C; Tailor; Zeabplion Thcnms. Hamplon. Va., Wheelwright; Your Phon? Oidei'. Will receive ||IC prompte^l att<--n Don at, Beasley and Hush's. Prompt delivery Is our eiildlng star and we hilf- many salisfled cuslomets on that account. Phone 18. frl. OEBUS AN William A. Tyson. Calhouii. Ala.. Car? penter; Leo Walls. Danville. Vu.. I'nilOr; Robert I Watson. Savage \'r sslng. Va.. Carpenter;. A Hugo Williams. Washington. D. C. Hiram fitter; lilijali 1'.. Williams. Phoebus. \;.-. Tailor; .lohn II Williams. Onrry % ill--. Va . Wheelwright; Roberl d. Williams. Seneca. (.'.. Tallin: George Wliitleld, llnvorhlll, Mass.. Machinist. PERSONALS AND BP.IEFS. rlie Coming and the Going of the People You Know. Mr and Sirs .lain"-- V. Ulckford returned from their wedding tour yesterday and are lin-.v ai home in ?ii"!r collage at Buckiop. Mr. and Mrs II w. Saundeia re Imbed yesterday frOni a visit In llultiihoic. Mi.- ;; Mat kle Vouhg who Ins been visiting her patents. Mr, and Mrs W S Voting, leliirncd la t evening (o her musical studies in Washing Must Get Licenses at Once. The uuihoiltics >>f Phoebus yen tej;diiy issued an edict to (he ihor < hauls aal business men. Unless (he iiceinirs are secured by May I ihn1 decision has Ion reached to double ih' in "a Hi" - parlit s falling lo do bo. Little Rev Cut Ills Pool. Master Dexter Campbell, the son of Mi. and Mrs. L I - Campbell, who1 11 vi ? In l.ocusl 1 r< et, sti pi"d ort a piece or gla near Hampton bridge yoniordny afternoon ami etil (he hall Of his root Hr. Harry I). Howe ilotjod Hie wound by taking live stitches in the fool Mr. Jone:; l-laa Narrow Lsiape, Mr Norwood Jones, assistant engi necr br Ihn I lampion fin- Depart tie ni Was work .it Hi" pown house yesterday when a workman In th enecond lloor Mil a piece of wood drop. Tin' wood struck Air. Jones on tin- arm and indicted a puinful In jury. No hones were broken. With the Police. 'II. A. Richardson, 7:i years old. is In jail on the charge of being drunk. Charles Caines, colored, wa. arrested by I'olceiniin Curtis yes Friday nl'ternoon. lie is charged with driliikciiness. DAVID COPPERFIELD. Miss Movrplirr In Iii? Flo*1i Catted the Novpllwt fo Arronnf. When Dickons was n young man with literary ambitions he contomplnt ed writing Iiis own life. "David Cop perllehl,"' however, was not written until Dickens' fame ns nn author was established. Many of the adventures nscribed lo David Copiierliehl were undergone by Dickens himself, ami not n few of ilie characters preseuted In the novel wer? ilie author's personal friends. The original of the famous Mr. Mi cawber was Mr. Dickens, Sr., the nov elisl's own father, an unfortunate bnl agreeable gentleman, who afforded hi! son much luuocent amusement by ren son of bis grandiloquent language and inordinate love of letter writing WheU Dickens was a boy ills father, like Wilkius Micawber, was Imprison r-il for rtebt, and Charles, like David, wen) daily to ami fro between his lorisinffs and the jn 11. His experiences at I-Iungerford mar? ket, his jiorror of his rough and nub companions and bis daily wandering! about the streets of London are all faithfully recorded in those chapters nl "David Copperfield" dealing Willi the hero's stay at th- house of Murdstnnd a ml < irinhy, David's subsequent adoption by hbi aunt'; Mi^s Betsy TrotWOod, who, by the way. is an imaginary personage, nod his apprenticeship nt Doctors' coiii mons owe something t" real life, pick en< was I'm- many years connected with Doctors' commons, but not, liko David, as a student, but as a shorthand writer in th" coiirt. The lucidents of David's life In chambers, however, are copied very faithfully from those or Diekens. Renders of the novel will not forget Miss Mowcher, although she makes but two .brief appearances. She would certainly haie been more prominent had not Dickens, upoti reading the twenty-second 'chapter, in which she first appears, received a letter from the original of the diameter calling lilni to account Tor the liberty lie bad taken, blckena was sincerely sorry to have given offense und expressed his regret that by copying loo closely the peculiarities of bis grotesque liltl" friend be should have cnuscd her to be recognized. lie had intended (o use Miss Mowcher in an unpleasant man? ner, but he promised to change her character in stich n way that only nn agreeable impression should be left, 'i'liis be'did In chapter 32 of the novel, which Undoes much of chapter 22. All Dickens' books were <rreat reali? ties, lo him, "David Copperfield" espe dally so. He loved the Peggotty group of characters best of all and was very fond, indeed, of Little Kin'l.v. On the chapter called "Tempest." which de scrlbos the shipwreck off Yarmouth and the death of flam and Steerfotth. the author spent fourteen and a half laborious hours and finished utterly exhausted. - ?- ? - D OLD poir THE BLUEKISH BRIGADE. IVhnt Hnnitcna When lh?? !11ii?>s Make n I linrce I ;h>ii .M"itl::i:lf?n. "When menhaden or herring ore driven upon the bench by hiiir>(j?ii, nn 11> -> often nre, so thsit they eon bo carried off by the < -.rt load," suhl n n.shpriiinn, "tboro is very seldom found : i.ig them one of tbelr pursuers, nnd if one js found it Is likely to I"' n fish that is diseased or ihnl bus been hurt i Id some way. The bluefish follows lo the very verge of the water, but there it stops, nnd ir is so powerful and slerl n swimmer tlinti, close as it is. it still easily keeps clear of the land, The menhaden or herring are no mean swimmers. They could eoiite as close i ...,.! i rep .-rr the piiorc a: easily as the U iji ?] ti do. lo.il m>t ? te n Iii? liluejlsb j ?lie jitter them, 'then they me like . cm med lo the edge of a pre< I pice, it !s almost ecrtniu death to (limp, hut they niiisl do that or turn und toko ibe chances of breaking ihroiigb the pursuing line. ''When ilie hlucfish there may b? li.tMKi i.nno of them iogethor sight ?i s lin ?! i>f ineiiliitilcn. they e,.i for it like i brigade of heavy onvnlry. cm I lini! niiil slashing, snapping and biting right niid I 't'i 't he menhaden are aim piy uvei 1...1 ne |,y superior weight, and the e :. nothing r ir item t" 'to hut ti ihey :.r- driven toward Ilm ? tine, ibe laud i- t" Iheni what the . w oulil be to ili" man. They mil.! lake It or they inns! (urn and try i fight lie-1! way through'. Many tin nn ii and try to swim under or over .1- iironud lite savage bliiofisli, ami ?Ohio ipe In lids way. and some ere ?mapped in., and some .-ire maimed nnd ihen i'.-is! ashore, and many "i I hem, crowdiiii; together, arc so closely press? ed (liai tie y arc practically forced iiiiioie. ?'S nn 'times fish thai are bot cast up vor.i fur iloji down into ibe water ignin. A high wiive may set seme Ir.'" A li :tl |lll|S lillCI'lUCl) IICIV lillll i; I'm: so damaged thai it cnii'l swim, niiti ii i- east up again. Weakened by its rough experience, it may lall a prey 10 some <it' lb" blueiish yei lingering offshore; It may escape."?Now York Sew s. Tiny Trrp*. Tim m Id col nf the whole I roe family a the iJreenlnnd birch, it is a perfect I roe in every sense nf that term and lives its allotted number of years from 7,"> lo IHo .lust as other species of the grcnl birch family do. n I though its height inuler tin- most favorable condi? tions seldom exceeds ten Inches. Whole hi 11 (Ts of ibe cast a lit I southeast irons! if Greenland are covered with "thick' ??ts" of this diminutive species of woody plant, ami in many places where the soil is uncommonly poor and 'rozen froin eight to ten months a year i "forest" nf these trees will flourish for half a century without growing to | 11 height exceeding four inches. i Slrnn^e Dfinccn. Queensland's government aboriginal settlement on i-'razor's island holds a Weekly dance t:,:-' tie- blacks. Amon.l Hie bundles of n)d clothes s"!'.t to tin nett lenient there are often ball gown* so the gins sport decollete dresses Neither sex wen's boots. The sexes liave to dance separately.?Sydney Bui letlu. Shreiril Clnrsii; Senior Partner?Wo must be careful not to give Billings any more credit He's evidently losing money. .Turtibl Partner--llow do you know? Senioj Partner I heard his remark today that "life is full of ups nnd downs." Xo man over admits that until he begins to strike tbedowb.?Philadelphia Press. nc.lcof eil. "I have called," seid the confident young man, with a manuscript stickl-n.s out of bis pocket, "to see whether there Is a vacancy In this otHce." "No." replied the niebinclioly editor as be looked round the place; "I'm sor? ry to say there is none. Even Ihn waste paper basket Is full." A dinnerr. "Well, well: There goes Miss Strong When I saw her last she was poslh] as n bachelor girl. That's her hobby." "All that's changed now. She drop perl her hobby for a bnbby." ? Es? ch nn?e. Thn Important 0 linn (re. Teacher?When water becomes ice, ?what Important change lakes place? Pupil?The change In price. He that speaks of (lungs Hint do not concern him shall hear of things that will not pl"ase him. Arnblan Prnvo<"'?. \ii t ii rc. "Toil should be very proud of having won the love "f such n man." "Then you advise urn to marry him?" "By nil means. lie is one of nature's noblemen." "No doubt. But consider?this na? ture fad will Inevitably pass."?Puck. The St* ?ruro*. The three summer graces nre th< Anne Artindel strawberry, the Easter* Shore peach anil the Maryland water? melon, all from the land. The thr?a ?winter graces are the oyster, the te-rn pln nnd the cnnviisbhck, rill from ts* water.?Baltimore American. If You Drink Coffee. Why, of course you want the best. Beasley and Bush will sell you the best coffee ever put on the market at 2F. cents per pound. We haye It cheaper, If you want it. Phone 18. 2t ?VT?Continued. CHILDREN'S WHITE SHOE hi Ballon?made of Linen Huck. Sizes. 3 to 4 1-2. . 85c Sizes 0 to 0 $1.15 Sizes 8 1-2 to 11 $1.35 Sizes 11 12 to 2 $1.75 C. L Crockett 6 Co. 5 Queen Sfreef, HAMPTON, VIRGINIA New York. April 21. 1906. H. S. THOMPSON Hampton. Va. "The (ileus Falls Insurance Company advises loss at San Ifraneiseo will no! exceed oho mil lion dollars. We will have a iiel surplus of ii million and a half, after paying Sali I?rauei;??.o claims. Many other, companies will Li (col y foil. Advise your oustohidrs lo insure in a strong (imii'!iiiv lilce the ''old and tried'* Glens Falls. --W, N. 6WUBNEY, ? Special Agent." filBgBBaaBraaMMJuuwiji.1* wm i ajgwaj The buildings recently occupied by tlie firm of ,f. T.. Howard & Co., ns their saw and planing niills on Aimlslead Avenue In Hamp? ton, j One doulile store room situate fronting on the Avenue. " One large Lumber Storage llulldlng including house for Boiler aud engine. Boiler and engine. ' J X'H"^ Also slock of Doors, Windows. Blinds. Newels, etc. ' 7" I will he glp.rt to show tb? properly at anytime. F M. O. LACKEY. MGR., P, W ? I:> In i 11 i pM ?6? Qo. 9 REAL ESTATE, RENTS, LOAMS. INSURANCE." \i y. King St' Hampton Of the Entire Stock of Groceries Of D W. Hoger & Son At No 15Z E, Queen ?t, Beginning on I RH DAY, APRIL 27th, 1906 Beginning at H P. 1YI. prompt and Continuing until Entire Stock and Fixtures are sold, L AUCTIONEER SATURDAY SHOE DAY iShbes 'i'l-??tr We?.i' ^hoe^THpitPlfc ?M lo^s I Hat aro. ?ltylisH Shoe Department 2nd Floor 8 AND 10 W. QUEEN ST., HAMPTON, VA.