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Slock Market Yesterday Gave Sub?
stantial Evidence of the Im?
proved Financial Condition.
It Caused the Prices to Go Upwards
and Drove Away the Buyer Who
Was Looking for Investments?
Rise Was Steady?Total Sales and
Closincj Quotations.
(By Associated Press.)
NRW YORK Sept. 2.?The stock |
market today gave substantial evi?
dent.f the Improved reeling in fin
huelnt circles. There was an nctlvi
den and which embraced a wldo range
of securillcB or dltrcrcnl classes nnd|
Which resulted In ;v coiupreheiislve
rise in prices In the course of th(
elav's opeiaiions. The demand wasj
cul'cd largely professional and a large |
I roporllon of the professional buying
was for tho bear account to cover
short contracts. Besides this Hier?
wa.t a professional bull party that |
wae acth.n the long side or the
market and which was a material
factor in pushing tin.- bears to Beck
cover. The strictly Investment de?
mand naturally subsided somewhat iis
prices nrosi nway from the most |
all I active levels, here was sharp BUS
plclou manifested oyor the early ad?
vance so much so that room I laden
seid freely at the pperihlg advance!
ovi r last Friday's prices. The pro
feasloual short sailors were driven to|
'buy slocks when prices contlntioUU
advance. The relaxation in the
money market was most pronounced|
it: the lime loan department when
something like u collnpso occurred.
I:ds were reported cancelled and tltt
i ale for six mouths which has held I
obstinately hi 7 pi r cent, asked, f I'll I
to ti per c ut. Boilds were firm. Ti
lal sales, par value, fS?O.OOO. Ullltcd|
flutes fours registered declined 1-U
l:-l(l the COUliohS 1-1 per CCIlt Oil Cttll.
Total sales stocks today, 528,GOO|
shares, In eluding: C'.pper, 57,300;
American Smelting, 28.200; Canadian|
Pacific 23,000; Coast Line. -100; dies
ui-eake & Ohio, 000; lle-ati'ng ill.
400; L. ft N., 800; N .v.-. W., 100;]
Southern Rnilwniy, 24.900: do. pfd.i
400; Union Pacific 84,000; United
Stah'S Stei I, 33,100; V, c. c.. 200;
Slos.s Sheffli Id, S00.
Adams KxproaB. ir.O
Amalgamated Copper. 'W&
American Cur a. Foundry.... . 39Vs
American Car and Foundry, pfd '.<:>',\
American Cotton OH. 32
AiUerlcan Cotton Oil, pfd. 3G
American Express . 190
American Hide & Leather, pfd. it;
American Ice, pfd.:. . IC
American Linseed Oil. sV'j
American Linseed Oil, pfd_ l8Vfc|
American Locomotive . 54
American Locomotlvo, pfd. im
American Smelling ft Itelfng. 102
Amreican Smelling ft R'flig.pfd .ou>|
American Sugar Roflning. 114% |
American Tobacco, pfd. certlf.. |4
Anaconda Mining Co. -i7:
AtcUllson . S7!
Atchlson, pfd. . ui
Atlantic Coast Line . 82!
Baltimore ft Ohio . 91%
Baltimore and Ohio, pftl. 83
Brooklyn Rapid Transit . 49
Canadian Pacific . li;s
Central of New Jersey . 1711
Chesapeake and Ohio . 34
Chicago Clout Western . 0%
Chicago and Northwestern .. 14(5
Chicago, Mil und St. Paul _ HJL"L
Chicago Terminal and Trans.. 1
Chicago Terminal AL- Trans,pfd 20
Cr C. C. and St. mills. f,2-y,
Colorado Fuel and Iron. 2fiV4
Colorado ami Southern . 23
Colorado ami Southern. 1st pftl > i'..
Colorado and Southern 2d pfd. 4
Consolidated, On* . lot
Corn Producta . I v>4
Corn Products, p'y? . |Sty
Dein war <_? and Hudson . 5.1
Delaware, Lnknwanna West 404
Denver and Rio Grande . 23-T,
Denver and Rio Grande, pfd.. li?Vi
Distillers' Securities . 57%
Erie . 2i?i
Kile, 1st pfd. 51
Erie, 2ml pfd.37 Vi
Geueral Fleet ric . 128
Illinois Central . 135
International Paper . I t:r,
?Intelnational Paper, pfd. 72
International Pump. 19*6
International Pump, pfd. G5v5
Iowa Central . Hi Vi
lowti Central, pfd. 35 V4
Kansas City Soul hem . 7-1 Vi
Kansas City Southern, pfd .... 55%
Louisville and Nashville .1 07Vi
Mexican Contra) . 1034
Minneapolis and St. Louis .... ?7VS
Min., St. P % Sault. Sie. M... llrj *
Minn.. SI. P. /, Sault St. M.. pfd 127
Missouri Pacific . 70
Missouri, Kansas ami Texas .. 2U
Missouri, Kansas and Texas .. G3M
National Lend . :,::y
National It. it. of Mexico, pfd..
New York Central . 1 GOVI
New York Ontario and Western 33*/
Norfolk and Western . 7i;a
Norfolk unit Western, prd .... 7s
North American ...". is'>
Pacific Mail . y.-i.
Pennsylvania . H!>
People's Gas .....27V
Plttsburg, C. C. a-. St. Louis 55
Pressed Steel Car . 29V
Pressed Steel Car, pfd ......,,.84,
Pullman Palace Cat . 1 ??"
Beading . !'7
Rending, isi iifil. >?'
Rending, -ml pfd. ?1
Iteiuiltltc Steel . 21
Republic Stool pfd.
Rock island Co.
(lock Islnmr Cb.!, i?r?s. if
81. l.iiul.; & San. Kran., l?nd pfd. ">?
St. Louis Southwestern . l>
St; Lou I ; BnuUiwesiernj |>f<1. ..n
Southern l*it<-I. Si
Southern Pacific. pfd. 1.1?
Southern Hallway . H'%1
Southern Hail way. i>fd . GO
Tennessee Coai and Iron. 18(5
Texas and Pacific . 20%
Toledo, St. Louis and Wcsl .. 2-1 Vi
Toledo. St. Louis & Wcsi i>fd \>:\
Union 1'nclflc . 129%
Union Pacific, fifd, . M
United Slates Kxpross . 81
United Siatcs Really . 61
ilnltod Slates Itubber . :il
United siaies Rubber, pfd. .. !?!?,
United Stales Steel . 32
lln'ltod States stud, pfd. !?;"."?;
Virginia Cnrollnn Chemical ... "I
Virginia Carolina Chemical, pfd Slfi
Wnhuxh . 11
Wahash. prd. L'Oi;
Wells Pargo Exiposs . T'.n
WcKtinghouso F.loclric . IHO
Western Uufou . 7l|Vj
Wliei ling and Utk? l-irle . s:',
Wisconsin Central . 11
Wlseensin Central, pfd. :if>
Nor. l'ae . 123V4I
C< n. Leather . is:H |
no., pf.i. s.n
lllass Simp . -H
11 real Northern, pfd. 125
Int. Mel.'. 10%
Int. Met., pfd. 2'JVi
New York Money Market.
NF.W YORK, Sept. V?Money
call steady, 2 1-2 a 12 por'coi
hilliig rate 2 3-4; closed :i a in.
Tllllo loans weaker, sixty days r> 1-21
per cent, and 90 days r. 3-4J hk|
months 0 per cent. Prime rhcrcnntlh
paper g a 0 1-2 per ooiiti; sterling ex
chnhgo i-asv, with actual business In
bankors' hill:-, at 480.20 a nr. for do
man.I. and at 482-20 a 2G lor (50 day
hills-. Commercial bills is-j a isi' |-S
Har silver, (i'.i 3-8. Mexican doliari
.".:!. Hovornmoni bonds weak; rail?
road bonds firm.
"Halters hit safely oft me oflener|
win n I am trying I? work them,
says Jack Pfoster. "I put the Hrst
one right over nearly always, and I
put on it all i can. Almost Invarlnb
ly Hie Hi!(er lets that go by, and 11
have a little somnthliig oh blm.
Then I try In outguess liini on tin
next, and still gel II over. With Iwi
strikes ami no balls | am in a posi?
tion to waste a couple working lb
corners of tho plate, u is off thos
balls, on the outside or Insida of |h<
plate, that most of the base hits are
made off me.
Miss Mary Sbaub the Bride of Mr. f.
M. Brown, of Phoebu's.
A pretty wedding took place nl Fox
Hill last night, when Miss Mary
Sbaub, of Unit town, became the bride
of Mr. Frank Martin Itrown, of Phoo
bus. Mr. Brown la employed in Ihe
harness department of Mr. .1. D. Mil
lei's store. Miss Sbaub Is a popular
young lady with a wide circle id
friends in Fox 11111.
Chief Musician Stibor Retires.
Chief Musician Frank Stibor, for
inerly of the baud at 1-ort Monroe
but now stationed with the First
I Hand Coast Artillery Corps nt Fort
Moultrle, S. C, upon his own ap
plication was placed on the retired
I list last Sunday. Mr. Stibor was well
known in Phoebus, and Hampton, as
I hi' was Stationed* ?l Fori Monroe for
14 years. He left Fort Monroe In
I November. 190.5. He expects to make
his home in Washington, D. C.
Brother Paul Here.
Rrothor Paul, who for several years
I was director id Old Point Comfort I
liege, is visiting that institution
llhis week. For several years after
having here he was director of Hit
[Rulhstord school, Napn county. Call
I for 11 In, but lately has been appointed |
mpci intcudent of St. Mary's Indus
trial School for Hoys in Baltimore
where he has between six and seven|
hundrid boys under lt;s care.
The Earjlec Special Car.
On account of a change In Iho pro
r,.'am tho special cars for Iho Baglep
will not leave Phoebus Ibis morning
until in and Hampton at 10:30 o'clock|
lur thi- trip to Newport News.
Guests of Rev. W. S. Bennett.
itov. .1. L. Bennett, of Wingato, N.
('., is I he guest <>f ''Is son. Rev. W.
S. Bennett, in Willnrd avenue Phoe
bus. Miss May Williams, of Win
gate, is Ihe guest of Mrs. Bennett,
To Visit North Carolina.
Mayor and Mrs. L. P. FurnesB will
leave Phoebus loilay for Wilmington
N. ('., where they will spend a week
Cleanses, preserves nntl
beautifies the teeth, and
Purifies the breath
A superior dentifrice
for people of refinement
Established in 1866 by ,
Executive Committee of Party cf
Trusts and Tariff Will Meet In
Nortolk Today.
Man Who Wiehls the Bit) Slick 1e the
Possecsor of the Very Highest Re
nard of the Republican Lenders Inj
the Old Dominion?Slemps Want
Af nrosslve Program.
RICHMOND. VA., Sept. 3. 'I
executive comihii.i the Roptihll
ran siat.- committee is lo meet In
the city of Norfolk tomorrow, and
the meeting I? one that will ho at?
tended with nptch mure than appears
on the surface.
There Is little doubt hut that the
Virginia delegation Is the prize in?
volved In the meeting, and It Is no
secret thai Hie affair i's to he a "Illy
white" from start to finish. Nor la
It a secret that Hie movement on foot
Is to align the delegation for Roose?
velt f"v president. There Is mi de?
nial of that fact, and there is only
one Ihlng that is uppermost In the
Inlrids b| the party management?thai
is how to make the biggest possible,
.bowing at Hie polls this fall in tlic^
? ?lection of members of the goneral
"Vou can say." said it gentleman
who holds a position with the Federal
administration, "that there Is at this
:lme no thought or nnyonu elso In con?
nection with the nomination for Pres?
ident save Roosovelt. lie will have
to say be will not accept before he
-an call off lb.. Virginia supporters
and admirers <>f the man who does
The "Uly wldies" are apprehensive
of Hie altitude of the colored voters.
That the negro voters will hold nloof
from Roosevelt there Is llttlo rpies
Hon. It has hnppened repeatedly that
his name has i.u hissed in colored
irganlrntlonn and it Is a well known
faci that his picture has. jjaeii remov?
ed from the walls of several of the
clubs in this city. Tin- colored vot?
ers of this city and of the State are
believed to be In favor or the nomina?
tion "f Fprakor, the Ohio aenatoi
who championed the catiso'of the col
ore,] i roops alleged to have I.u en
im Rod in the shooting at Brownsville
and which was the :uihj< c| of ihvcs
tlgntlnii by Congress. For this roa'
son Hie candidacy of the Ohio maul
appeals ?<> the colored voter, aside
from the fact Hint he Is a stalwart
It is believed that the colored vot?
er- or the state will nttohd to their
own political affairs this fall?nomi?
nate candidates for the legislature,
have Hp. vote counted and to under
lake to show that they have th'b voles
and that they are entitled lo the del?
egation from Virginia to the next
national convent Ion
Chairman Slump, a son of the soli
Roda fountain, In excellent condi?
Old Point Comfort, Vn. 8-11-tf.
and Cents' Fu'rhlsahirtg Salesman.
Petinan.nl position to light, man.
Address 'I* C. P.? Ilox 411' Hamp?
ton, Va. 9-3-21
C?o lllK " 'or Unnatur?!
Irrllul.uua ur ulcarallopi
rr*f?au i.fi..' .- Pathletl. an ! uot nllrll
ImfriltCWMKilCa. ??ol or pulmnuu*.
Mold by lini;i:!.u.
' or tm\ !u plain *?rap??i
br ?Pom. prepaid. tor
? I 00. ur.1 InittlM tri 71.
ESeanor, Squirrel and
Will land you at the new government
Pier at the Exposition Grounds.
Leave Leave.
Old Point Exposition
A. M. A. M.
S-.00 8:00
8:45 8:45
9:H0 9:30
10:15 10:15
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11:45 11:48
P. M. P. M.
12::!0 12:30
1:15 1:15
2:00 2:00
2:15 8:46
3:.'10 3:30
4:15 4:15
5:00 5:00
5:45 5:45
fi:30 0:30
7:15 7:15
8:00 S:00
8:46 8:45
9:30 9:20
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subject to change with
Leaves Exposition at
|out notice.
Last Boat
11:00 p. m.
Special Continuous Round Trip
[Tickets, 25c. Good after J o'clock P.
im Congressman from Virginia is
nh aggressive man. mid Iik wants tu]
ho? ii.inailons made tor Iho loglsj
iatnrc. Hui ho does nol believe that
Ihoy Rhonld M made In Buch districts
.1 'havo no chance to win. in this
way. Ilu> colored voters would IlllVil
chance lo go lo llto |M)lls, unless
ihoy modo Iholr oWh nouiluallonR,
In thai way, tho Illy whites wouldI
liavo a chance to show up good an l|
irons for ii Is in tho while counties
thai tin- Republican vole Is strong at
this ii. specially in Iho Ninth core
?i.'s'lonaj district.
Cliltf Zimmer has picked a team
composed of what he calls champions
of all chnmplOUR. It is in fellows
lleumll, catcher; .lohn flu I, on,
pltehi i; Comlskey, first Isise; pfof
second hnsoj Nash, third base;
lllasseook, shortstop; Tip O'Neill, loft
field; Itnnlon, center field; Thomp
?on right field. A majority of pres?
ent' day fans would make the loam
mine modern. Doubtless some of
them would find room for i'v Young,
Jimmy Collins. Hugh .irmnliigs, Chris?
ty Mathewson, Hans Wagner and Na?
poleon Ijljole on the team.
Relieved Capt. Kclton as Construc?
tion Quartermaster at Fort.
Oapt; 10 it. Tllton, who nucceeds
Unpt. it. ii. c. Kclton as construc?
tion nuartormhstor, hau arrived at
Fori Monroe and yesterday formally
took ebni'go of his office. Copt Kot
ton will go to the Philippines.
First Lieutenant R, .1. Crane hut
in i u nppolntbd the post-quartermns
lor at Fort Monroe,
To Witncr.c Millinery Dir.plnys.
Mrs. C. F, Hurfi'..^ has loft lor a
Btay of three weeks in New York.
Philadelphia and ItnlUntorc, While
away Mrs. Ilurges will uttetul tie- tali
and winter millinery ill plus In the
three cities Which she CXpcCta I"
Mr. .1. F. Tllgmtfn yesterday ipiuli
fled beforn clerk of the CourtB Harry
H. lloii as the administrator of Hie
estnli of the late Mrs. Mary Mitchell,
giving 1?hui in ho sum of $4,000,
Messrs. 10. M. Tennis, Legrnnd Dono
I. and .. L. Sclator wore nppolntod
Ihe app risers of the estate.
Mrs. Mary Watklns was yesterday
grautod papi res of administration on
0.late or her deceased hushand,
J, T, Watklns. she. gave bond in iho
sum of $1,200. The apiiralsers named
WOro Missis. II. Y. Bhelloll, J. M.
Bird ami c. 13. Krnjtki r.
When Qov. Swansou of Virginia
welcomed prince William of Sweden
to the shores of the United Stales I
wonder if It occurred to any one that
In all probability morn ancient Swed?
ish blood coursed through the veins
of (he Governor than the veins of the
prince. I havo never examined the
gencologlcal tree of 06vi Swanson,
hut his name Indicates that among
tin' cavaliers who came in the old
Dominion in the seventeenth century
there were residents of Scandinavia
long beforn. The name Bwunson
would indicate it. and no doubt tin
anCO Irin; of Ihe Covernor were resl
dents of Scandinavia long before lb.
Rernndottos were evci* known. Prlnci
William Is a descendant of the Mar
shal Rernndolte of Napoleon, who wa.
made king of Sweden about a century
n o Arthur Wallace Dunn, in tin
Womnns' National Dally.
The Old Battleship Captains to be
Given Duty on Shore.
Dig Sea Fltjhter Will be Put In
Charno of Younuer Men?Captains
Who Will Retain Their Ships Few
and Far Between.
NRW YORK, Sept. X?Tin? Socio
tnry of the Navy, with the approval
lit President ItOOBQVOlt, Is preparing
the most stupendous nliakotip In the
history of I ho Department, it I? an
nutlticod today. Duly four of the
present captains of the battleship
that will go from the Atlantic to llio
Pnolflc, It is Maid, win make the trip;
The vessels will he enininanded by
youiigor men, while the elders aro
relegated to shore duty according to
the plan a? reached, thus carrying
out the loop, desired change of ad?
vancing young men t<> the fighting
i he rumor bus It thai tho tour cap
talus who will hohl their ships are:
Potter, of the Vermont; Vreehind, n|
Hie Kansas; Ostorhnus, of the Con
ncctlcut, und Wnlnwrlght, of the
ijouiaiaua. Captain McCroa, of the
Georgia, may be retained In com
maud, but It is dOllhthll. Ills Unto <d
retirement Is only six years hence,
The captains who may be sent
ashore tool be supplanted by the
younger offlcbra are: Bchroedor, or
the Virginia: William W. Klinliall. of
Hut New Jersey; w. R, Murdoch, bj
the Rhode Island; Samuel p. cmnly.
or the Alabama j Gottfried Dlbekllng
er, or the Illinois; Herbert Wlllslow.
or the Kcaraarge; Bdward n. Harry,
of the Kentucky; Lewis 0. Ilcllner.
of the Ohio; OilflB U. Harbor or the
Maine; John liuhbard, or the' Minne?
sota; (I. A. Merrlmnn, or the Mis
snarl, and proiubly Albert t;. Berry
and Theodore Porter, or the armored
cruisers Tennessee null Washington.
It in said the Hist Intimation or the
Incorporation or tin- new plan came
as a delicately phrased order lo one
ol the captains to prepare ror shore
duty, and that a rollet from sea dut
tit this time was In no way a criticism
on his ability as a commander.
The reported change la all that Is 1
now being talked of among navnl j
men. The plan, according lo a high
officer. Is to place all captains on
shore duly who could not expect to
he advanced to rear admiral; and
then serve two years before retire
mcnt, and to put younger men In
command of the big ships, advance
them to the grade ()r rear admiral,
and have them In uervlce a longer
lime at that, grade. The Bhnkotip Is
du.- lo come Off at the close or the
maneuvers off Capo Cod this month.
Mr. McMurran a Notary.
Having been commissioned u notary
public for Kll/iibolh Oily county. Mr. i
I.. A. McMurran yesterday qualified|
as such before Clerk of the Courts
Harry II. llolt.
To tho People of Norfolk, Portsmouth,
Newport News, Hampton, Old
Point and Vieinity:
The Jamestown Exposition has been brought to u condition <>f
excellence which entitles It to your hearty support. In order to on
courage and sectiro this. Hie management of fern n ticket good
during the life of the Exposition at tin* price of $G.OO. These tickets
will he placed on sale al convenient points In your respective com?
munities, if the jairiestown Exposition Is not successful by reason
of attendance, it will be duo in large part to Its failure to receive
hearty ami loyal local support j ~A-*dA.. jl ^,?^^11.
Director General.
Angus! 20tli, 1907.
ummiiiiBimiiii mi*miiiiiBmnmj?Miiiiiiini i
Choice Cuts
are what most people want, and they
always get them fit Kaiser's meat
market. It Is no trouble for us, be?
cause WO always have tho slock. The
very finest selected beef, lamb, mut?
ton, veal, pbrk anil poultry, and our
prices won't hinder you from buying.
Fresh Meats and Oreen Vegetables,
2f. Mellen St.f Phoebus.
'Phone 0.
Fall Shoes
Are hciug rccelvAil dally in Men's
and Ladles', also Hoys' and Girls',
Tliry are right iti quality and price
C. L. Crockett & Co.,
No. 5 Queen Street.
Hampton, Va.
For quick sate I am offering u tract of about 7 acres fronting
on lai Salle Avenue, ut a bargain, hook Into thhi at once.
One ACHI5 mi l.A SAI.I.K AVKNHK. at 11 special price, if Bold
tills week. Torhld easy. SUa) cash, balance nlontlily.
Two ACKKS on the AVKNim at a dceldod bargain It sold at
on l?i Salle Avenue, near the street car crossing; dwelling In two
story und luscmont, of II rooms, large, porches, etc., und In excel?
lent condition. Largo lot- Two adjoining bits can bo purchased ut
a very low figure. Terms easy.
KINK rtlVlCR KAUM~ I am offering for 11 quick sain tlittt desir?
able farm Of 112 acres- about II miles from Hampton, situated on the
finest point 011 ninck Itlvor, Two story 8 room dwelling, bat tin and
out buildings. Nice orchard. Price, 87.000.
The Phillips-Lackey Co.
18 lCuHt Queen Street. 'Phone 83. HAMPTON, ,VA.
Souvenir Letter
Containing 10 vluws of tbo Virginia PcnliiBiila.
8ond 0110 to your friend. ft)
Schraudt's News Stand
42 West Queen St. - Hampton, Virginia.
President ' Vlce-Praeldent.
The Bank of Hampton
Hampton. Virginia
Capital. .... $100.000.00
Surplus and Profits. - $125,000.00
The only designated Depository In tbo Stats of Virginia In
Eastern Virginia.. We make loans ou Real Hatate?NOT PRO
H1B1TKD? as are the National Hanks.
NELSON S. GROOME, - - Cashier.
For Sale
! 40acre Farm, beautifully situated on nackTriver within 2 miles
of Hampton. Large new dwelling, Hams. Kit:., all farming Imple?
ments, stock, cjf-., and growing crops. Price very reai-onulrte.
Idirge lot, 81x1 10 ft. on Myrtle street near noulawd, JlifiU It sold
nt once.
A Desirable Homo ou King Si reel, near Queen Streut, will sell
at reasonable price. ?._.,-.. !?r3L .?.^
For Rent!
North King Street. 7 rooms, modern conveniences.$20.00
North King St root, 7 rooms, modern conveniences.,.. 22.00
North King Street. S rooms modern conveniences .25.00
314 Marshal Street,' 1? rooms modern conveniences.30.00
Real Estate, Rentals, Fire Insurance
Auctioneer & Notary Public
8 S. King Street Phone 50. Hampton, Va.

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