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BOARD OF FISHERIES
TO MEET IN ?OLK
Members Fail io Select Hampton
as Permanent Headnuarters
?Question Sllll Open.
STEAMLR TO BE NAMED SWANSON
?
Resloution Adopted Asking tiie Gov
enor to Allow the Vessel to b>
Called "Governor Swanson''?
Warwick and Mathews rights G.>
Over?Board Adjourns Session.
Without disposing of the
ed pystei inspector fiahts i" \Vai
tviek and Mnthews comities Hie flirt'8
hoard ef fisheries adloutned y'p'iuVi
flay afternoon Id in^"' Iii Norfolk
nf.xt month.
't'h* action of the hoard caused two
surprises. One \vn? in the fn( t ihni
it had decidt-d In n'oftlh nd.ino.ni \v!IVt;
out setUlim Hi*- fichu in the tw i
counties and the other came with
announcement that tie? hoard ? ihl
m^t in Norfolk It hn-l befn evpeef
efl th?i tlie h ard would ih.ike I lamp
ton Its perniuueul hindquarters ami
this rnay he the ease when the Nor?
folk' meeting bcciua1. It wa? thnuahj
ot-st at Mils time not to chance lb
the decision lo alternate between
llampton nml N"?>rf<?llJ
Mr. McDonald l.ee, the chairman
aful Mi. ?Vllkes Mritbews. the ju>c
fet'sry of ;lie hoard, will remain ovej'
in Hampton today in brd'ei
to attend in inlnui matters; ;>!:iie
Senator t?Cor;;e H. K--v.il. ii.> k
Ihghchi, State Senator Itogei A
James, of Danville, m< inbt i of i In
heard, started for Washington last
night and Senator llland Via will
pn to Richmond thi.: morning
Name Steamer After Governor.
At the meeting of the board >'bs
terday a resolution was adopted t
questing the llmi clinide A. in
son to allow the new iteamei lor th ?
r>stfi navy in be named "Hovbrnbi
Swahsbn.*' Tho boni'd has just pur
chased the steamer from Mr. H uh.
and It will he put Into eonunls.doii
in tho oyMer navy within Hilft)
tiays. The new steamer originally
rust hut th.? hbnrd bought it
*t about our-Mil id that price Tlie
tteamer H li" feel long, i*-, i feei
beam, ami draw a eighteen feet of
water.
Tv/o Insoectors Chosc-n.
Two inspectors were chosen In
the board, as follows:
Norfolk- Mr flharles .1. Lawrence
Isle of Wight (ronuty Mr. G. 15
L, Simmon*.
Most r-f the day was tak^n up by
the hoard in heaVing the Warwick
case- and Inlookins over tin- mhfis . f
the "present survey. These were al?
lowed tfi remain (is the, are until Hie
best session of tie- board,
In an executive sesslbii tin- board
attended in routine husliie^s
Las; rijshl Mr. Malhew \rnistrong
entertained Mr. Lee, Mr, Mnthews
and a r.mall gathering of friends a:
n ?tag dinner.
J'lifeiMerr-hfni!>" Association ves
We Never Mail a Bet?
ter or a Larger
Stock of Sumnier
Clothing
and vre nfever havo hen - ?
busy as \ve are (hi- season. Jf
you want tin- Best Values
?t 1: e Best Stj les I he
handsomest Fabrics hu.s
thai .-tiii ;il
FRANKEL & WttWM
If it's a Straw Hat you
want, l>y ;ill means' look ;il
ours, tJiesvrellesianfl iiobl/iesf
line in to v. n.
Franke! &
Eisenman,
The Huslling Cioih.ers
36 W. Qu sen Street,
HAMPTON, . - VA
HAMPTON'S BEST STORE.
SALE OF
Infants' arid
Children's
Wear
TIMELY OFFERINGS OF IN?
TEREST TO MOTHERS.
II? i? vi>ii v. ill find n 0.1nai
variety nf wi II mad- . pretty ut
I ii ' t il tin illltllll ol I l\ IIKHllllS
to i hi' i hlld ol five yours a
tihowhiy, thai Includes every
tiling from the popular 11: i?? ? *? I
: i tlii' liti'- aitil ? ? I'--*:iIit gal'
I'll, pi ice (mint omen) t hem
niukc home seivihg unnecessary
an.I "\ <'n > xlraviiRiihi .
CHILDREN'S URIZSSES. 50c.
Ma li' .'i iim inialUy Naln
SOok, W I'll 'i' ? Itll " i'l ?mibljOt?
. ,;. 'yokes, hi . Iis ami sleeves
in hi ti'ti lt< \ >? Nnislieil with
ilaltii\ i inhrohtory.
INFANTS' CAPS FOR 50c.
<)| i in?' Wilit?' La? us ami
11 ? ?' ] sv Is a . In a vai let v ?>!"
s't> le.?l Im liuiins Hutch t'aps.
i i imtiiina ? arc "f laces und ein
lpi<it'll i i" . Vimi ciiii salely
.ipnre ihese with most 75c
CHILDREN'S SUN BUN
NE1 S. 19c.
Washable '-mi Runnel? Ill fim
arailf percale; colors wlijtei
bio- ami pink. Regular 25c
tallies.
SHORT REEFERS ami LONG
COATS. n| v hi'i- Lilien m Reil
liinl ford, with deep ruffle
$4i?8
t- nlay adopted resolutions thanking
Ilm mi mbt i ~ .if Hi" hi in rii for seliii I
Ihg 11 lull pi'.-Ii mi one of the meeting
places .nil reipieatlnj! the body to
.nil . ihiii town their pertn.ineftt
lieailfiuarter.v
'CHESAPEAKE ?ND OHIO TO
BUY 500 FREIGHT GADS
Deed of Trust to the Central Trust
Company Filed inthe Circuit
Clerk's Office.
According tu a deed of *rnst filed
tu tin- office of the Circuit Court yes?
terday tin' Cheshpeake ami Ohio
Railway Company lias .'tust placed ah
order for new l" ton box freight
The ile^d conveys a mortgage up?
on the properly from th^ Chesapeake
.mil Ohio i" the Central Trust Com?
pany, iif New York city, and is for
$1 U.ISL20, It la stipulated in the
deed that the money if. to be U<?ei1 in
I'll.vlug for ihi' freight car-, which
wbre purchased from thp American
i'iir Building Company.
The de^d was first placed on rr-f?
crii in tin- city of Richmond, (hen in
Wiirwi k county, the city of Newport
News and then in Elizabeth City
t'oiiniy, The .-late tax. which was
i 'l l in Rlchinond. amounted to $|'>4.
PERSONALS AND BRIEFS.
The Comifg and Going of the Pcople
Yoti Know,
Mrs. Thomas tabh and Miss Beii
!'i.- Rus-"ll returned yesterday from
Nashville, Tenn., where I h ey attend
. I tb.. (Jeneial Baptist Association
Mr. William .1. Boom-, of North
aibliiia. i.-. tin- guest of friends in
iimjjto'ii f"r a few days.
Mi-. .1 M. Guthrie, after a visit of
v?? weeks in Richmond, has return
I i i !it-r home in East Hampton.
VIM l.itchidn Gibson, of Ronnoke,
I - r-xpecteil tn reach here in a few
?i'ii.Vji t,, visit her sister. Mrs. Henry
I I an ? -b.-u-l/. in Last Queen street.
I lit -. i-\ K Northern; forme; |r pa.
I'T 'f the Phoebus Baptist church,
i?iii ir w stationed in Winchester,
!l return to that city tomorrow, af'
;?. -' ?>? of a we'-k with friends
Mr and Mrs P.. M. Firman, after
a visit i') Captain and Mrs Frank
?y Darlliit', hi Cledar Hall have -? me
' , Piw ideiice. lt. I.
Mrs. William ResdeTI, who his been
the criiesl >.f Mrs. Darling and Mrs.
f. H Hewlns, has gone to Washing?
ton, where sbr- will visit for a few
din ye, before going to her hoiue Ar?
lington, N. .1..
On Next Sunday,
if yon want Ice Cream send your
o- i -;- to Klrkman's, 2C17 Washington
A veniie. Both 'phones 521.
Kohihaas' old stand. my H5-6t
REMIT PASSED OVER
THE BIG FERRIS WHEEL,
_i i
Balloonist Makes Pleasing Trip Far
Up Above the Crow I at
Buckroc.
Professor C. ?*. Wells, assistant I"
I'rofetjBoi llulchcsoii, llic aeronaut
made an ascension al Buckrob Beach
Iris) iiikIii The erowd was large and
?1,, ?ei lie: noionnul was pleasing.
At Ising from .1 |Ktlnl just in n ar
.,| (hi I10I1 1 'li" aeronaut shot out
ovi f Hie big l-'erris wheel and was
lion sailing in 1 he direct ion of Fox
Hill. ||e landed in .1 swaiup and
wan rescued with difficulty! I? ** was
tin k in the mini, 'fho display of
fireworks li.on the parachute wa
guild .
ITofe:; or I lull h< ion will civ 1
1 matinee a ?' en: ion al tli" beach Sat
I unlay nfteflioon at I i A'lock. As lit'
will ice lie horizontal bars on tlii
lie islon 1 lai i:> crowd probably will
iir attrtii ted "> "Ii" resort;
Toiiighi I'rores ??? lliilclibs?n will
hi tike an asei-nsion between !? and D:!tO
o'clock i
* schmelz WIlTIkE
THE ADDRESS OF WELCOME
Head of the Bank of Hamoton Will
Welcome the Virginia Baokers
to Old Point N*xt Month.
' Vir."'Henry 1. B lituel/., pfesiderilof
the Hank of Hampton, accepted the
Invitation to delivei ihe address of
iveltom? to the members of the Vir?
ginia Batikeis' As? elation nn the oc?
casion <'f their annual session at. Old
Point next month, lie is a former
president ol the association,
Mr Schmelz has also been honored
jjy President S II HnnsbroUgh, who
has limned him chairman of the re?
ception committee
Tlie bankers will meet in the Hotel
Cliamberliii mi June 14 and wi'l re.
main in session three days.
(in the evening of the fii.;( day the
officers nf the association will hold i
reception and receive Hie member;
in the blue-room.
ATTENDED ANNUAL RECEPTION
OF THE EMPEROR OF JAPAN
Dr. Hugh Gumming. Former Hamp
tonian, Examines Many Pres
pective Immigrants.
j Or. ami Mrs. Hugh dimming, who
fcconlty tu Yokohoma. where in
dimming is stationed a: quarantine
officer t'm- the United States, were
aiiiJng the me d;; at the annual re?
ception of the ICmperor of Japan a
few Weeks a no. In a letter in the
lion, s Cordon Cumming. his broth
er. Dr. dimming relates liir. exper?
ience ai the reception, which was a
splendid luiu ti 11.
Of Cumming aUo slates that lie U
forced to examine hetween 1.000 and
1.2iiii prospective Immigrants every
day of his life, so great is the desire
of the people of that section to cents
to the stales. Many of the appli?
cants cannot pass the examination,
although it requires a lot of hard
work for the quarantine officer.
Or. dimming write.-. Hint he and
his family are well and happy and
that they are enjoying their resi?
dence in Yokohama.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel dimming;,
tin- parents of Dr. dimming, live
here, while Dr. and Mrs. Booth, the
parents ;-r Mrs. dimming, live in
?lame; City county.
IN BUSINESS FOR HIMSELF.
Mr. A. C. Jones Leaves the Hampton
Monitor.
Mr. Ashton (.'. Jones, who has been
business manager of the Hampton
Monitor has resigned to enter i>iisi
liess f n himself.
Mr. .lobes has purchased the inter
'?-? nf Mi. Ileadley in the firm of
Headlej <v Plea*nn?s. furniture .teal
efs Tb" new fiiui will be known
as Pleasant* & Jenes.
Prof. Obern to Preach Here.
Prof D \V. Obern, of Johns* Hop?
kins University, Baltimore, will
preach to the congregation of the
Church of Christ next Sunday morn?
ing an I i-v ening.
Mr- S. Marback is visiting friend.-:
in Baltimore.
Virginia Red Men Meet.
fBv Associated Press.)
NORFOLK, VA.. May lfi.?The
great council of Red Men of Virginia
began a three days session in Ports?
mouth today. There are- more tlran
mo delegates in attendance,
Famous Strike Breakers.
The most, famous f.ltike breakers in
the land nie Dr. King's New Life
Pills. When liver and bowels so 0n
strike, they quickly settle the trouble,
and the purifying work gees right on.
Best cure for constipation, headache
and dizziness. 23c at W. Blair Lang
home, druggist.
1
Cool Summet Waists
Short Sleeves $1.
All sizes to 44.
They've just come?and they're juri ext ?:!>? what you neei thefce
.varm ?luv;?made of an extremely pretty sheet while India Linon,
elaborately trimmed with Vat. lace, and small lucked yokes; others
?with embroidery fronts: some with insertion of Val. lace. Button
down back.
W E 9 S
Dept. Store. Hampton, Va.
of Desirable Business
Property
ON CORNER of KING <& LINCOLN STS.
As Auctioneer for the owners. I will offer for sale at Public
Auction in front of the Court Mouse in tl\p town of Hampton, Vir?
ginia, on SAIURAUAY. MAY 2Gth. 1900, at 12:,30 o'cIock P. M? that
certain piece or parcel of laud in the town of Hampton. Virginia, at
Hie Corner King and Lincoln Streets, said property baring a
trootage ol l"4 !}-4 h-'m on king Street and a depth, 01 frontage of 16(1
feel in I.tu "In street. Said property now occupied by the Hamp?
ton Supply Company and ibe Pebble's Building and Loan Association.
This is your opportunity to secure one of the liest business prop?
erties oh King Streit. Don't forget the date. Hr-p me for further
particulars.
I will also offer for sal^ the same day ten suburban building lots.
M.
R. W.
REAL ESTATE,
14 fc?. King ?3t'
O. LACKEY. MGR.,
Phillips & Co.
RE NT 9, LOANS,
INSURANCE.
Hampton.
FOR SALF
RESTAURANT BUSINESS, fully equipped, large buihllng. thor?
oughly repaired ami newly painted, located on Asylum street. Phoe?
bus. Va., near the gate to th" National Soldiers' home, can be bought
very cheap for cash and very reasonable terms can be made also.
A 35-ncre truck farm, about 4 1-2 tulles from either Hampton or
Newport News, dwelling, barns, out houses, etc.. can be purchased
very reasonably. Price quoted bn application.
[.Aits of lots for sale i>n Italeigh nitd Pare avenues., and Shell
road, near Riverview. Price $00 and $05.
A five room dwelling and lot on (,'ouuly street, Phoebus. Vs.. can
he bought at a sliciifh >?.
I have anything you want in the way of REAL ESTATE.
R E N I S
Flve-ioo|U. two-slorv dwellings with city water, on Elm street,
$7.00 and $7.:.n.
Three large dwelll igs on North Kin;; rtr.l Rr.ndolpn thieis, with
electric lights, baths, etc., eice $2n and $25.
20 Armistcad avenue, in rooms, modern conveniences .SIS
224 Holt sheet, 0 rooms . $10
2211 Holl street. ?. rooms .?.$5:-'?
4.'Hi Holt street, 5 rooms.$7.0(1
REAL ESTATE, RENTALS. LOANS, GENERAL AUCTIONEER.
INSURANCE and NOTARY PUBLIC.
9 and 11 N. King Sheet, Hampton. Va.
'PHONIC 50.
STACEV'S
I L LI N E R Y
Call In today and see our cheap line of HATS.. We are expecting an
?ither shipment of SAILORS. Call ear ly before they are all picked over.
MRS. I. M. STACEY
No. 39 East Queen Street, Hudgins Block.
Office Phone 166.
Realder.ce Phone 340,
BOX 189
ELECTRIC FANS
ALL SIZES
S. J. WATSON, JR.
THE ELECTRICAL MAN.
No. 6 KING 8T.
HAMPTON.
White Goods Sale This week.
2.000 yards Nub Voile.5c yard
10 inch wide Persian Lawns.14s yard
40 inch wide Organdy.10c yard
Linep-finished Costume Lawn . 19c yard
Lingerie Linen Lawn.19c yard
10c P. K. this week.5. yard
8 AND 10 W. QUEEN ST., HAMPTON, VA.
Is the Time
to buy Bukroe Beach Lots nt greatly
reduced pikes.
We '.it\c made arrangements with
Use Company to handle this property,
and -ire in position to make prices
and t?iiiis so reasonable that you
cannot resist after Investigation.
M<t spuri 1
J. V. Bickford
BUCK ROE BEACH. d '
W. E. L&wson
I No. 18 N. King St. Hampton, Y*.
I HAVE FOR SALE
Connliy and Jordan's Hams, pure
Butter, Canned Vegetables and Fruits,
Imported Olive Oil (half pints., and
quarts), Canned Meats, Chicken, Fish
and Soups, Olives (plain and fluffed).
Canned Plum Puddings, Cream de
month, plain and with cherrrleB. Mar
aschluo Cherries; al> brauds of Whis
keys. Wines. RuniH, Gins, Brandies.
Ale. Porter and Beer, for family and
I medicinal use.
Fresh (larden and Field Seed. Goods
sent to any part of the county at
short 'phone notice. ,
No. 19 Queen St. 'Phone 48?.
QEO. R. WOOD,
[R. E. Gatewood
Bottler of Carbonated Beverages.
Celery tonic for the nerves, a pure
and healthful drink, which tones up
the system, creates appetite and pro?
motes digestion. Agent for the famous
| Sachs Prudeu Company's ginger ale.
This ginger ale received the highest
!award at National Wine and Splrlf
show, Madison square Garden. Octobet
IS-26. Highest award for quality over
; worlds' competitors.
Agents ReechsQuellen Natural Min
|eral waters.
'Phone, 177, Phoebus. . i
IF YOU ADD
one pint of water to seven pints of
milk, you do not get one gallon of
milk, and the same Is true wiien
you add adulterations to paint?
you weaken the paint. Avoid all
chance of getting adulterated paint
by demanding
Davis' 100 per cent,
Pure Paint
as it carries on every package an
analysis and guarantee that pro?
tects you against all forms of adul?
teration .
FOR SALE BY.
Hardware Company,
:iAMPTON, VA.
James M. dimming
REAL ESTATE
FIRE INSURANCE
GENERAL AUCTIONEER
Furniture Stored
HAMPTON ROADS DRIVING PARK
FRIDAY, MAY 18.
Four races?First, 4 1-2 furlong*.
purse $1.00.
f> furloiga?1-3 mi-.?. ., <v
Heat race, 2 in 3. *?'.' TTjpli
Free-for-all trot or pace. "
2:30 p.m. "* "????
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