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Within the Professional Operators. WALL STREET FEARS ?EXT MESSAGE But News from Railroads from All Over the Country is of a More Cheer? ful Nature?The Total Sales and Closing Quotations. (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK. March 23.?Irregulari? ty-marked Iho movement of prices In tho stock market today. Buslncs? was In moderate volume and a-s has been the ca.se for some time past, al? most wholly prniessionai. Sentiment was bullish In the main', though do velopements were not all of the sort to make for Increased confidence The day's budget or news included forocasi 9 of President Roosevelt".; forthcoming special message to Congress; the tlrst report of the American Sugar Re lining Company, showing unexpect? edly large cash assets and cash sur pllis; advance.; from the leading rail way ci-nters, which bespoke a more cheerful view or general conditions. H reported decrease in the number of idle freight cars and a good crop out? look. In the nnal hour the market developed increased activity ami strength under the lead of the llnrri mah and Hill Issues, and the steel and copper share?, the movement em? bracing the entire active Hut and sonic of the .specialties. Among the impelling causes were the decision of the United Slates Sup? reme Court which overturns the Min? nesota freight and passenger rale law, declaring the penalties imposed ex? cessive-and the Introduction of am? endments to the Bhorraau anil-trust law.. The closing was strong at al? most the high Irvel of the day. The moficy market was without notewor? thy incident rater, for call and lime loans being practically unchanged. The payment to Washington of a fl nal installment of about $11,000,01)0 or government motley was accomplished without disturbance. Money is ac? cumulating here in unwanted volume nnd the secretary of the treasury Is likely to make further withdrawals on or before April 1. in the bond market U. S. register? ed 4's declined \\ per cent, on call. Railroad bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par value, $2.400,000. Total sales today, 716,800 share. Including: Copper ISO,200; Smelting :t0,:l00; Sugar 13,800; A. C. L. Ron; C. & O. 1,000; Li. & N. 1,100; N. & W. 2.500; Reading 131.400; U. P. 113,300"; U. S. Steel 07.700; V. C. C. 7,300; Slosa Sheftleld 100. Closing hid. Adams Express . 100 Amalgamated Copper . ?S'^ American Cur & Foundry . 31% do pfd . 00Vi American Cotton Oil . 28 do Pfd . jjO American Express . ITS American Hide & Leather pfd II A met lean Ice . 20";, American Linseed OH . 0% do pfd .i. 17Vh American Locomotive . 41% do pfd .?. ?2% American Smell lug &. Refining 71% do pfd . 01 American Sugar Rcfiniug - 120 1 American Tobacco pfd . 01 Anaconda Mining . 37% ! . wison . 73r}fi do pfd .:. Allantic Coast Line . 7014 Baltimore & Ohio . 82 do pfd . 82 Brooklyn Rapid Transit . -lGr;k Canadian Pacific . 140Vi Central of Now Jersey .170 Chesapeake & Ohio. ?0Tm Chicago Great Western ?. VA Chicago & Northwestern*. 147% Chicago. Milwaukee A St. Paul 117V4 Chicago'Terminal & Transit .. ft do pfd .,. 20 Colorado Fuel & Iron . 22% (?(dorado & Soul hern . 21 Vi do 1st pfd . 54% do 2d Pfd. 4?Vi Cote olidalcd Has . 10ft Corn Products .| 12 do pfd . 02 Delaware &. Hudson . iftti Delaware. Lackawanna tk West 470 Denver & Rio Grande. lovi (do pfd .i. 4!>V4 Distillers' Securities . 33% do 1st pfd. "'"Vi 1 do 2d pfd .'. ?.. 21% Goners) Blectrlc . 123 Illinois Central. 124 VC International Paper . OVi do ])fd . r,r' International Pump . 26% , do pfd ..? 71 Iowa Central . 1'Vi do pfd . SOW Kansas City Southern . 22% do pfd . r,,% Louisville & Nashville . 08 Mexican Central . 17% Minneapolis & St. Louis . 21 Minn.. St Paul & Suull Ste M. UM'/, do pfd ..,. 125 Missouri Pacific . 3ft% Missouri. Kansas & Texas ... 28% do pfil . r,2'"7? National Lead .? ? Natlimnl Railroad of Mexico pfd 4K-V, NcW York Central . 110?/* I HAMP1X Now York, Ontario & Western i'i Norfolk & Western . t?-% do pfd .i- W North American . 40% Pacific Mall . Pennsylvania ....i. lUVis People's alts . S'.>7s Plttsburg, C. C. & St. Louis ... t?!> Pressed Steei Cur . 2?Vl do pfd . ViV* I'ullmnu Pulace Car. i>*> lleadlng .. iot% do 1st pfd . St) do 2d pfd . Itepubllo Steel . II do pfd . 72?? Kock Island . 14% do pfd . 26% ' St. lentis & San Fran. 2d pfd 25 St. Louis' Southwestern . !3Va do pdf . ;ti)V4 Southern PaclOo. 7."> do pfd . 109 Southern Hallway . lo% do pfd. 35%^ Texas & Pacific . 16% ; Toledo. St. Loull & Western .. 16Vjl do pfd . 37 Vi Union Pacific . 128)4 ? do pfd . 7!l United Stales Express . SO United states Realty . 39 United Slates Rubber . 21% do pfd . S3 Unled SlateK steel . 34% do pfd . 9S%1 Virginia' Carolina Chemical ... IS Vi do pfd .,. 91% Wubash . ! Uo pfd . 16% Weiis Pargo Express . 250 WestlhgnoiiBO Electric. 41% Western Union . IS Wheeling & Uike Brio. 0 Wisconsin Central . 14 do pfd . 37 Northern Pacific . 128 Central Leather . lS'i do pfd . S',!% Sloss Shenield . BO',* Croat Northern pfd . 123% Interborough Metropolitan .... 7% do pfii . k,% Baltimore Markets. (By Associated Press} BALTIMORE, MD, March 23?Flour 1 ?Easier; s|>rlng parent 480. Wheat ? Dull; spot contract 9&9fc I ?96i spot No. 2 red Western B6V46H Vi: Southern on grade 02V4tfi>96V4. Corn?Dull: spol mixed 60; No. 2 white 87Vi#j>%; Southern whlto G4?i> 68. Oats?Steady; No. 2 Western ex? port 88(fi89. Butt or ? Finn, unchanged; fancy i Imitation 26?26; do creamery 30; do | ladle 23<rt>24; stoiv* ivacked ltifft 17. Egtrs?Steady, unelianged, 15*4. 'Cheese ? Quiet, unchanged; large| 14%; flats 14 -y,; smnll 15. Sugar?'Unchanged; coarse granu? lated 530; fine 330. Money Markets. (By Associated Press.') NEW YORK, March 23?Money on cill easy 1%, ruling rale 2, closing bid 1%, offered at 2 per cent. Tlmo loans quiet, CO days 3 to 3V4 per cent., 00 days 3Vi per cent., six months 4 to ?!%? Close: Prime mercantile pa? per 5Vi lo G per cent'. Sterling ex-I change steady with actual business in] bankers' bills at ISOffi486.05 for do mp*id. and tat 483r.4.Vi:4.0johfll SS mnnd. and at 483.4.rejr 483.50 for 60 day bills. Commercial bills 483VJ @ 483%. Rar silver 55%. Mexican dollars 47. New Jersey Applause. A certain theatrical troupe, after n| dreary and unsuccessful tour, finally arrived in a small New Jersey town.| That night, though there was no fu? rore or general uprising of the audi? ence, there was' enough hand-clapping| to arouse the troupe's dejected spir? its. Tlie leading man stepped to the footlights after tho first act and bow? ed profoundly. Si ill tho clapping con? tinued. Wkcn he went I "hind the scenes bei saw an Irish stage-hand laughing| heartily. "Well, what do yon think of that?" asked the actor, throwing out hif; chest. j '"What d'yo mane?" inquired the Irishman. "Why, I lie hand-clapping out] there," was the reply. "Hand-clapping?" "Yes," said the Thespian, "they are giving nie enough applause to show| tin y appreciate inc." "D'ye call that applause?" Inquire the old fellow. "Wboi. thot's im' up plaUSo. Thot's the audience klllln' mosquitoes."?Everybody's Magazine Why He Mourned. O'Flannagah came home one night! [with a deep band of black crape] around his hat. i "Why, Mike!" exclaimed Iiis wife. "What are ye wearin" that mournful thing for?" I "I'm wearin' it for yer Orst hutf band." replied Mike firmly. "I'm sor? ry he's dead."?Everybody's Maga? zine. An Explanation. Two men wore talking about a friend and Iiis motor car. "He seems lo bo very well satis lied wllh It." reinurked one. "Hasn't paid a copper in repairs nil the nine months he's had It. he tells inc." "Yes," replied tho other. "1 heard the same Btorey from the fellow who'* done all the repairs."?Ixuidon Tit Hits. NEVER SATISFIED. If wishes were flshea Some people would yet Keep whining and pining And wish for o net. ?Phlladolphla Press. JOHN W. FAIRFAX DEAD, LONGSTREET'S FIGHTING AID Section of the Famous Revolutionary I Warrier Stock Expires at Age of Eighty Years. j RICHMOND, v,v. March 23.?Col onol John Walter Fairfax, 80 years old, died yesterday In his homo, at Frocstonc, Prince William county, about sixteen miles below Alexan? dria, tie WB8 ono of the host known residents of ?Northern Virginia, where he had a host of friends. In 1KU-1 Colonel Fairfax succeeded Colonel Sorrel as ranking officer on the staff of General Longstroet, and, bocauae of his dash and gallantry, he was characterized "Loilgslroet's light? ing aid." Coloner Fairfax was n typical South eru gentleman of Iho old school, dis? tinguished in apparonco, and courte? ous arid gentle toward every one with whom he came In contact. In is it. While he was a student at the Uni? versity of Pennsylvania, his- father died, leaving him what was consider? ed a liirgx? fortune at that time. tu I860 he ncq?lrcd tho historic country seal of President Jainc.-. Monroe, near Aldle, Loudotin county, which Is now occupied by Ills son. State Senator Henry Fairfax, and during ilia resi? dence there. Colonel Fairfax enter? tained many of the most distinguished persons of the ante bellum period. in addition 10 the Monroe home? stead, Colonel Fairfax possessed an estate near Locsburg, Va., known as "Relgrove,"-and still another, "Lecsyl rftnlu," on the Potomac river, famed as the birthplace of the Revolutionary hero, '?Light Horse Harry" Leo. Colonel Fairfax was a son of Cap lain Fairfax; of Dumfries, > a., who scvod during the war of 1S12 on the stuff of Colonel Ronno, or tho Thirty sixth Virginia regiment. Sofort) reaching his majority Colonel Fairfax mar Hod Mary Rogers, a daughter of Colonel 11 am il ten Rogers, of Virgi? nia. TIME AND PLACE OF STATE*C0NVENTI0N Democratic Committee to Meet There Tomorrow Evening to Decide Matter.' RICHMOND, VA., March '-'I! ? The flxltiK of the lime and place for tho ncxl slato Democratic convention will be the business to demand the utton lon of the members of I he state Dem? ocratic committee tomoiow evening, when that body is called to order '.>y State Chairman Bllyson, There are many tilings which will conduce to a large attendance of Ilm members of the committee at this lime: The lilackstoue case in the general assembly, the appearance hero of Colonel Bryan and t ho place for holding Die convention. Tills city Is claiming the convention, but there in no certainty that the committee will decide In Its favor. Lyncbhurg, Ro BUOke, Norfolk and other places aro each making a bid. and it Is reasona? ble to expect that there will be a hig fight. Roanoke, it is believed, stands a very good chance to capture tho convent Ion, and Norfolk Is to have a delegation here to urge that city. NIGHT RIDERS TO DRIVE RICH MEN FROM FARMS Wealthy Tobacco Planters of Shockoe Section Talk of Selling Out Ra ? ther Than be Bulldozed. CHATHAM, March 23.?The night riders' notices are causing no, little concern in the shockoe section of I'ittsylvania county, where they wen recently posted oh the barns and mail boxen of several of the largest far? mers in tho county, and who have" a reputation of being the leading tobac? co raisers In the point of receiving high prices. J. J. Motley, one of tho number to receive u notice, is one of the weal? thiest men of the county and lias be? come so concerned over Hie matter that, he Is thinking of selling out. R. K Terry, another of the recipi? ents', Is reticent and lias expressed some uneasiness. J. W. Fitzgerald, one of the number, is much In Sympathy with Hie Tobac? co Growers' Protective Association, and stored part of bin crop in the prlzory in Danville Insl year and since receiving I lie notice was hoard to say that ho now had 3.000 pounds ready for market and intended storing that with the association. Mr. Fitzgerald feels that the asso? ciation had much to do with the high prices thai have boon paid for Iho last year's crop, and while deploring any violence, thinks the farmers ahoul-l stand by the association and do all ihey can lo sustain It. The notice:, read. "If you do not put sonic of your tobacco in I ho dry prlzory in Dan; Vltlo, you will bo roughly dealt with and your plant beds dug up." (Signed) "NIGHT RIDER*?," The notices were plainly written with pencil, but many words mis? spelled which many think was done to nils-load. On the notice received by ,T. J. Motley It was stated that bis barn would he burned. RICHMOND READY TO RECEIVE AND HEAR BRYAN General Public Will be Given Oppor? tunity to Listen to the Great Commoner. RICHMOND. VA.. March 23.?Ar? rangements arc complete for the Bryan reception aiid speaking on Wednesday evening' nt the city audi? torium. There will be no roaorVCd. watt except tor a small parly-metu hers ot the legislature, tho state com* mlttoQ and tii<- members <>f the city Democratic committee. Thcso will bo leas than 300 In all. SO that the rest of tho big halt will be open to the public. Tho intention of the gentlemen in charge is to have the speaking bettln at elRhl o'clock promptly. Mr. Hlly fon la to prosldo, while Iho honor ot introducing the speaker will fail tri Qovornor Bwninson, who will speak not more than ten minutes Colonol Bryan, who Is lo arrive horo Wednesday morning, will i>e the guosl of Governor and Mrs. BwatlBon, and in the nfternoon bo will hold a reception possibly In the ofiiee of the governor or In the Senate chamber. He will be entertained nt lunch by Mr. Klly son at his home, in company with the members of the committee of recept? ion. NORFOLK RAISES MONEY FOR STATE CONVENTION City Has Already Subscribed Amount Necess.vy to Entertain Demo? crats. INOrtFOtiK; March 2!l?President W. T. Anderson, of Hie board of trade; State Senator W. W. Sale and James V. Trehy will appear before the Dem? ocratic state central committee In Richmond tomorrow night and urge the claims of Norfolk as the place for tho coming Democratic stale conven? tion, which cleots delegates to the Democratic presidential convention In Denver this summer. Norfolk, which has determined lo secure Iho State convention if pnasl bie, win nlso have other representa? tives before the committee to Urge tho advantages of this city and sec? tion particularly in view of the close proximity to Norfolk of ro ninny wa? tering places thnt are always attrac? tive to deloKtites from tho Inland sec 1 Ions of the sine. Thn necessary amount for the en? tertainment of the state body hero has been subscribed. HOLD GIRL A8 GEM THIEF. Virginia .Authorities .Believe She Committed Crimes In South. DANVIIjLIO. VA., March 83.?Mini Majorie Mnnllug, 20 years of age, handsomely gowned and blazing with Jewelery. has been placed under nr rost charged with the wholesale theft, of brilliants from practically1 every slate in the south. Philip Carson, a companion of the girl, wna also ar? rested, but was rolensed, there being no evidence upon which he could bo held. The arrest of the woman followed her nt tempt to sell or pawn sovorsl diamond rings and other jowelry to local dnalern. Sbo was shadowed to her boarding house where her roctu was searched, the trunks being found to be well filled with gems of every description. SENATOR ELKINS TO DON THE COLLAR OF NOBLE Announcement of Coming Wedding of Duke D'Abruzzl and Scnator'a Daughter ts Made at Rome. LONDON. March 2:;.?A dispatch to the Globe from Romo says It Is understood there thnt the wedding of tho Duke of I lie Abruzzl and Mlsr. Kathcrlne ISlklns will lake plnco at Washington, und will be followed bv a full state ceremony In Rome In the presence of the king and royal fum lly of Italy, and the ministers at the Qulrinal. The president of thn Sen? ate and of the council, an ofllccr of state and notary of the crown, re? spectively, will transcribe the act of marriage in tho register of the royal household. Senator FJlklns will be invested with the collar of the Annonelde, which 'Is worn by all adult relations or the king. The Globe correspondent adds I ha' there has been an exchanpc of cordial telegrams between the king and Pres? ident Roosevelt, and that King Victor Bmmanuol lias invited Senator lilklmi and his family to visit Rome. In a dispatch from Rome lo the Central News It is said Hint Rev. Fathers Pulrlck Walsh and Alphonm Arcese. of Brooklyn, had a long in? terview with the Pope yesterday about the marriage. It Is said that a pri? vate mission is on its way to TJew York from the Pope, who Is anxious for the conversion of Miss Klklns to Catholicism. TIMED HIS ESCAPE BUT FAST EXPRESS WAS LATE Kentucky Desperado Who Has Killed Fifteen Persons in Quarrels Is Captured. fRy Associated Prassl CllATTANOOA. TIONN.. March 2".. ?D. 1). Bdwards, a Kentucky despo ado. who Friday night shot nnd killod J. W. Davis In sight or the letter's wife and baby, was last, night oaptnr 'ed at Trenton. Ca.. twenty-five miles from here. 13dwards had Attempted lo disguise himself and watt sitting in thn wa|tihg-moni of the station waiting for a train to Rlrmlngiiam. lie is being brought to Chattanooga and tt is fearcil an attack will bo made on the Jail when he Is placed behind tho bars. Bloodhounds were put on tho trail of the murderer a few hours after the deed was committed, but becauso of the heavy raiu Saturday night, it waj Impossible to track him for more more than twenty mllca. Edward* was surrounded at Durham Mines, On., after exchanging iiovorul shots with his would-bo-catotors, made his escape, lie wenl from there to Trenton, On., timing his ar? rival only Ion mtnutOB before the fast train was duo, The train was thirty minutes late and in that lime his disguise was dis? covered. Edwards recently confeaacd while testifying in a murder trial lo having killed fifteen men. These did not include several negroes he killed in Chicago several yars ago, He could not say how many negroes ho slew, saying bo "never went back to look at people ho ihot, to BOO if they wore dead." OLD SCANDAL IN SPANISH COURT ARISES AGAIN Famous Spanish Actrcsa With Lova Lettera from Alfonso XII Secures | Fifteen Thousand from Queen, i (By An seriated PrCBB.) i MADllin, March 2.1.?The Judges In the lOlcnn San/, affair called at th \ palace yesterday to take the evidence ' of the queen mother. Klena Sun.; was a Spanish actress, by whom King Alfonso XII had two natural sons-. These children uro now nulng tho heirs of Alfonso XII for an annui? ty which they claim was left lo their mother by tho king and which was lo revert, nftor her death, lo them. The i nnoon deposed that a few (lays after tho denth or Alfonso XII. Sonor Sal moron enme to Sonor AbOlla, who vvns then master or the household and told him that Klena San/, had In her pos? session certain letters from tho tale king, tho publication of which would Cause a great scandal. She would give them up for liri.noo. and In nd dlt ion, Bnlmeron claimed 11,000 for his services In Iho malten Trusting to the Integrity of Snlmoroll. tho queen paid over these two Bums, and wne assured by him thai all the let tors in rpicstion had boon destroyed. The present salt or the 8an/. heirs, however. Ik based entirely upon let? ters Identical with those which the queen paid lo have burned. The Han/, matter Is to come up before tlm Supremo court, that tribunal hnvlng declared itself competent to try the ca6c. STILL IN THE HI NO. Nov.- conies the funny, painted clown | With gaudy cap and bells; Ho tumbles either up or down And with much paddlug nwclla. He drives the horses, bIx or four. And Jump? the elephant. And If he don't do any inoio It's not because ho can't. lllo tolls Iho Jokes that used lo make 'Our great-grandfathers laugh. And now nnd then ho makes a break To liven up his clinff. No circus ring would bo complete Without, this nimble knave. For whether on bis bend or feet He's Just the joy we cruvo. There never waft a single day Slnco wo were boys In school That wo did not Incline to stny Where some one played tho fool. ?New York Sun. Roped In the Money. Representative William H. Ryan, of Buffalo, was getting ready to go home for tho Christmas holidays. Ho pack ed his trunk carefully, but thought It looked as if It need roping. So ho sent, downstairs for tho porter of his? hotel and gave Instructions. Tho por? ter camo up and crossed and criss? crossed the trunk with rope until it was fixed io go to Aula, to say noth? ing of Buffalo. ltyau felt in his pocket for a rpinr tor to give to the porter. Then he sat down suddenly nnd exclaimed: "Well, I'll bo darned!" "What's tho matter, boss?" asked the porter. "Matter enough," yelled- Ryan. "I've loft all my money und my railroad tickets In a pair of trousers I packed In that trunk."?Saturday Evening Post. Reforming The Oiggler. The bevy of giggling shopgirls en? tered the car, causing lim fusny old man to frown. "Oh, ?top thai." he said Impatient? ly to tho one nearest him. "Maybe." remarked the one lie had single out, to her companion, "we'll have to change our Sunday iiohonl .class- yell. His nibs don't like It."? Philadelphia ledger. OH, WHAT A BOOM! If all I lie stars' were ono blight star How radiant the night; If all tho lloworB were ono vast bloom How massive Its delight; If all tho songs wore, one sweet strain What bliss beyond compare! II all tho booms we're one great boom. Ob, what a boom wero thcro! ?Washington Star. The Vanity" of Woman. Dismal Dave?Wonder why 'tis dat wimmcn is most nllors better lookln' dan iih mon Is? Laxy Luke?Dat'a a easy one. A woman washes her face 'most, every day Jlst for de looks uv it.?Chicago I Ncwa. Take your prescription to Hull's Cut Rate Drug Store. 12-20-? Take no risk?-have your proscrip? tions filled by experienced pharma r.lats at Johnson Pharmacy. Phono 60*. 2-U-lro. Men's and Ladies' Oxfords Boys' School Shoes THE BEST $1.00 8HIRT MADE FOR 76c. M. F. Diggs & Co. Successor to C. L. Crockett <S. Co. 6 QUEEN STREET. HAMPTON, VA. m Get Your Easter Suit Orders In Early. ?9 !F O R SALE Three imr.e loin, well located al RUCKROB RBACH. aim 16 ahnrca of Common, ahu five of Preferred Htock In tho Chesapeake Land Company, nil must bo sola nt u aecrlflco. Prlco upon appli? cation. A practically new home On Victoria Avonuo. with largo lot. A. very dealrahlo homo In a very desirable locality. Prloe, $1,876 00, R O R RENT 329 Center St., 11 rooms, modern conveniences.$S$.0O North K:nr. St.. 7 i., modern convonlonceti .$16.00 Marshall Ht., modern conventoncoa .$40.00 Foot of Victoria Ave., H rooms, modern conveniences .$30.00 33 Bailey St., 6 rooms, city water.?$ 7.60 428 Holt St., 6 rooms, cistern wnter.$ 7.00 ?Ifitt Holt St.. 5 rooms, cistern water. .v.$ 7.00 266 Chapel St., ? rooms, cistern water.$10.00 Rlvervlow, Shell road, (i rooms', Btnldos. clutorn water _$ 7.R0 WANTED?-A huslnoss stand on West Queen Stroot, Hamptou, Vn. Do not care for It furlhor out than Marsh Markot Corner. If you will uell, let mo know at once. QEO.W. PHILLIPS Real Estate, Rentals, Fire Insuranoe, Auctioneer and Notary Public. 8 South King Street. Phone 50. Hampton, Virginia. B?1MIU?IIW,IIIIIMI?^ Love Chickens? Want More Eggs? Thon food CORNO tho greatest of all combination feeds for both huun and chicken.-. Bond for sample. I The J.W.ROWE CO., Inc Hampton. Virginia. POINT OUT THE HOUSE, you would llko to owa and If It'a for aalo at all wo can got It for you. Probably savo you ft lot of money too. A* real oalato experts wo get rock bottom prices whore you might ho asked n fancy one. Come and con? sult iiB anyway. Wo may havo something oven hotter than tho house you havo your oyo on. You have tho benellt of our help nnd oxporionce. Tho ownor pays the commission. Not you. W. E. LAW80N, Bank of Hampton Bldg. Phone 8. WANTED. The public to know that tho follow? ing contracting painters and papor bangora of Hampton work union men.: 8. S. Cunningham & Brother, paint? ing nod paporhanglng, .136 Locust street. L. C. Tonnla, painting, paperhang lug and sign writing, Court street, op? posite CourthoiiBo, sign ahop 29 King street. W. II. Sbackolford, house painting, Queen street. P. ES. Davis, house, painting, Ar nils tead avenue. Hudginn & Sons, house painting. - John Ferhor. painting and paper hanging, Mellon atroot, Phoebus. 2-23-lm. I havo roved over mountains, I have crossed over floods, I havo travelled tho wavo rolling sands and at last I havo landed in Old Virginia to save your Solo, fix your Furniture fllo your saws, sharpen your fictssorn nnd knives, In fact to do anything to plonse my patronn nnd all tor cash, but I will not "FroL" No. 3 Court St., Hampton, Va. MRS. 8. B. FIELDS Hair-dressing, Marcel Wave, Sham? pooing, Manicuring, Massaging, 1 Chiropodist. Facial and Scalp Treatment a Spoclalty. 124 Wine Streat, Hampton, Vt. Phone 602. Rain Wator Used. Formerly of N. Y. City, I Wines and Liquors I belong to the lost tribe thai strayed, away from Dublin bet?re Moses sailed on the Red Oca. I'm a price cutter. I'm a monoy-maker; I'm the one that sells all straight Whiskies retail at -wholesale prices. TfcV following high grade lOo Wnls kies I sell for 6c * drink; Paul Jouoa Pure Ryo, Sherwood Rye Whisker. Carroll Springs, pure Maryland: Kya Whiskey, Parkwood Ryo "Whiskey. All of the above named Whiskies are strictly high grade; watch my prices If you dare, beat me It yon can. Whiskey in bulk at following prices;; Old Nick Pur? Rye, ft pt, 25c; gallon .14.00 Leonard's Favorite, ft pt., 80c; gallon . .58.68 Hun tor's Baltimore Rye, ft pt, ? 2Bo; gallon .$4.0? Maryland Club, ft pt, 25o; gal? lon. .II.? Paul Jones Pure Bye, ft pt, 20c; gallon . ?...91.75 Star A. Rye, gallon .$2.00 Mobs Rose, gallon .%ZSM Lariswood Pure Ryo, gallon.92-09 Jefferson Pure Rye, gallon ?....$1.70 Kentucky Bourbon, gallon .$1.40 Double Stamp Qln, gallon .$2.00 The following brands of California Wines, Port, Sherry, Oatawba, Cla? ret, Blackberry, at 2bo per at;, pas gallon, 76c* Pride of North Caroline, 4 years old, gallon .$2.00 Kummoili, per gallon .,..$3.00 Carroll Springs, gallon .$2 60 XXXX Baker Rye. gallon ......$2.60 |. Barrel Aiad Bottle House 16 AND 18 MELLEN 6T,, Phoabus, Va. 'Phons CM, The Prettiest Yot Can now be seen at The Tailor and Clothier. Suits made her? have the right ap? pearance.