IHN SM Sms w Form
tf hslHi Hll iii tolfsss.
IW'S I BECKE Fid IE ISX$
en Anniversary of Marriage
Which Hae Been Set Aside, In Part
by Interlocutory Decision, Which
Leaves Couple in Uncertainty.
R KB7W YORK, May so?What are
the rights of an fnterlucutory grass
I: Widow? And what are the rights of
L an interlocutory rights of a grass
: Widower? Mrs. A. L. Levy, whose
husband makes s little bock on tu;
race tracks hereabouts, got a divorce
B dU. weeks ago. Alimony at $300 *.
aymTh snd su Interlocuiory decree
I wert granted to her?that is, a de
I gros which does not toconie wholly
affective till three months shall have
.."passed, and forbids the marriage Of
either for three months
g? Itrs. Levy was before Magistrate
r Cornell today, charged with having at
t: Ucked Levy with an Icepick a few
days ago. She had found him escort
^fat lo an automobile at the stage en
trance of the Astor Theater. Miss Lil
Hu Aihertaon, leading woman of
? "fold in Pull," to whom he Is en
ggMed- This was on May 14. the twen
ty seventh anniversary of the mar
' ring* cf the Levys.
K Considered Himeetf Free.
I Levy was the first witness. He said
that after the granting of the Inter
Jneutory decree he considered himself
trot. He expected to marry Miss Al
Wrtscn, be said, and bed been in the
habit of escorting her and her mother
from the stsge to their home in an su
On the night in question, he said,
he bad Just placed Miss Albert son
aad her mother in the waiting auto
mobil? when Mr*. Levy appeared. He
agid she made her entrance so quick
Jjf that he couldn't Imagine where
ago came from.
*"Tcu are my husband,' she said to
gag," said' Levy. " i am not/ I sn
gwared She said. 'You are. What
are you doing with that woman?'
"Then she knocked my hat oft three
gad then struck me over the
with an ire pick. I begged her
to make a public scandal, and
her to keep quiet. But she
n't. Then I told the chauffeur
gc on with the ladles."
Levy then told her side of the
She had heard, ibe said, that
Levy was paying attenion to the
f aetroes. She dfri.lert to settle the
} matter for herself, and rode down
? afeuudway In a coupe she denied
'. that ehe had used an icepick on her
- ?anband. She weilded. she laid, her
.Nog An lee Pick, She Says.
*1 went to the theater " said Mrs.
V V*rf, "to see if what I had heard waa
t true, it was the twenty seventh an
yyary of onr marriage. Whoa 1
S raw trim escrrtlng her my heart wan
banken \ g.t out of the coupe nod
' said to him. -And\. I want to speak
do yon,' He said 'On away, you nasty
X ?u?aV Then he called me a name
I Mid. 'Are you going with that cat"
Than Lstruck him with my handbag "
Having btard the casa the magis?
trals decided to hold Mrs. Levy on a
charge of felonious assault and plac?
ed ball at $1.50<i she secured bail
thfCRgk her attorney.
A miser wastes a let of
narmg h tor bis heirs to a,_
' Oil hi wouldn't get much ftm out of
fflrttag if it was .uictly proper.
an empty headed man in
gbls Of getting fun.
Jt>ry or girl who gets tf
|vn a fhte turnout?a thing
for. but never expected
TRUE watch fine?
ness is a matter of
yoricmanship and ma
TW fineness of the Howard
i ? t be sarnrn of mil angian
*f workmanship with a
ce behind it, of
Howard ? ad rusted
V to heat cold.
Of pout ton
ntJtJmMmf a. ,
?? nuiii j Haans *s fa
1 P*? *wy ? Nwhi ??? g? ,,mi
UWng Civil If
Not withstanding tan fact that forty
two years have elapsed Hi nee the
Civil War, there are still a number
of survivors of the 253 tfceu on both
sides upon whom fell the military re?
sponsibilities of the held In toe course
of the War, the major generals am!1
those superior la rauh. The number
of th? grand old men" of that great
conflict It now twenty-one. Ouiy oue
of tbem is ander seventy years of
age, the average age being more than
seventy seven, . says the New York
There are Bin* surviving Uuioii ma
Jor generals, three Confederate lieu
tenant generale ?04 nine Confederate
major generals. Those who fought In
the Union armlos are Oreoville Id
Dodge, of Council Huffs, (owa. and
New York, seventy-seven years old,
who commanded a corps in Sherman's
? march to the ana; Benjamin H drier
,80p. of Jacksonville, 111., eighty two
.years, old, a cavalry leader; Otis O.
' Howard, of Burlington, vt. who will
be seventy-eight years old on Novem?
ber 8, and who played a conspicuous
part in the tattles of Cpancellorsville
and Gettysburg; Wesley Merrltt, sev?
enty two-year* old, a.cavalry leader
of great dash and braven who was
one of the three contmiaaionrtrs ap?
pointed to arrange with the Confed
jerate Commander? for the surrender
of the Army of Northern Virginia;
Nelson A. Mile*, of Washington, who
will be sixty-nine years old on August
8; Peter J. Osterhauj. of Mannheim.
Germany, eighty-five years old, who
aided la the capture of Lookout Moun?
tain and after the capture of Atlant?
commanded one of the two corps of
Sherman's army; Daniel E Sickles,
of New York, who will be eighty throe
I years old la October, the commander
(of the Third Amy Corps at Chancel
ioraville and Gettysburg, to whom
credit has been given fur turning "Get?
tysburg lato a Union victory; Julius
H. Stahel, of Now York, who will At?
tala the same ago on November 6,
a division commander under Slgel,
and James Harrison Wilson, of Wit
I mlngton, Del., who will be seventy
one years old on September 2. a car
airy leader. Of these, General Milu
j was retired from the regular arm* la
11303 as a lieutenant general, and the
proposition to giro General Howard
a similar rank oa the retired list has
1 been favorably acted upon by the
' United States Senate
j Of the Confederate leaders, the
two still surviving who rose to the
)rask or lieutenant general are Simon
B. Buckuer. of hfunfordville. Ky.. who
! was elghty-flve years old on April 1
sad who' prepared the defences of
I Medi??, gam Alexander P. Stewart,
of Caattsaooga, Tenn., who will cele?
brate his eighty-seventh birthday on
I October 2, and who also served as a
corps ccsnmaader under Johnston.
. The Confederate major generals are
G. W. C. Las, of Burke, Vs., who is
almost serenty-aix years old. a divl
sioa commander In the Northern Ar
my of Virginia and an aide-deegmp
of President Daria. Robert F. Hohe,
of Raleigh. N. C who will celebrate
his seventy first birthday next Tues?
day, a division commander under
Johnston aad la the Army of North?
ern Virginia; Matthew C Butler, of
! Washington, who was seventy two
years old oa March 8 a major general
'of cavalry; L. C Loraax. of Gettys
! burg Peon., who is In his seventy
third yaa*. * cavalry leader la the
Army of Northern Virginia; Thorns?
L BOSS IT. Of Charlottes v III*. Va.. Who
it almaat exactly one year younger
j than General Laomax and served as
I an artillery aad cavalry officer, refua
. has to am reader with Lee. his mt
I porter; C. J. Polignac. of Orleans
Praaos. who m seventy sis years old;
K, M. Law. of Darlington. S C. who
Is almost seventy one years old; Sam
tool O. Ft each, of Pensscola. fin., who
Is sJtKty years oM. sad Will T. Mar
tins, tat Notches, Miss., who is sjsweaty
flra years old, aad who-served ander
Johnston aad Hood.
A fact that girej rise to speculation
Ig that while there were more Uatoa
teaa Confederate offlcers of them
grade*, fewer of them survivy today,
ha the Union army np to Jssoary 1,
1SSS, US man who received hisher
commissioned as major
They were opposed by 21
jo: major gists rale
Fat ha the farm of percentages. Ian
them 1 per cent, of the general am?
eers abate the grade of brigadier gam
etal of the arm? in bine remain,
wham of than* whose uniform was
gray the survivors number nearly it
of the whole. Was the
ten sc lows of Ufa? It
; to note that whim the
of the snrrlrora of both
Ig between seventyeeeaa sad
rears, there is s dtEer
of nearly eight months la favor
af ChO Southerner. Possibly the
attained the gold lace
of a major general at aa
as* than the oflWr* of the
north of Mason sad Db>
ThaSO af the anrvtrlag genitals
ware Sara m Knrope They are Oes
era! OaUifcaas who grst saw the
-at Cohsenti Germany, aad after
the *mtiamniiia of '?*" came to that
General Stahel who was
torn m Hunaarr nnd after taking
?net m the nus?cces?ral Hungarian
war far laiipinovsc? endet ftoasath
m MM* Sad wtanlng a decoration for
?as obiiaed to toe hat
aad General PoUgaae. van
para af aa aarteet Preach fawtiy.
gf ef whose members played s
aWmt gart st coon after the
SI LamH XIV sad one of whom
ratovasi<4e for the et
which marked the rve sf
^Brvolstion He swart the
fataterestteg to observe what
asaa did after they gad gaiaed
Si the aar?tea ?g the tagt
* Several af
si* in the Union army, aa might bo
expected, took advantage of the op
portunlty to enter the regular army.
Of the surviving generals who did
this are Grierson, who was retired in
1890 as s brigadier general; Howard,
who waa retired as a major general
In 1894; Merritt, who also served
through the Spanish-American War.
retiring In 1900, and Miles, who re
tired as a lieutenant general in 1903.
having been at the bead of the army
In the Spanish-American War. Gen?
eral Osterbaus and Stahel entered the
consular service. The latter also was
a successful mining engineer and
mine owner. General Sickles, who
wad a lawyer by profession snd bad
held various public offices before the
Civil Wbr, was afterward Minister to
Holland and Spain, a member of Con?
gress snd sheriff of New Tork coun?
ty. General Dodge supervised the
construction of the Union Pacific Rail?
road. General Wilson les, the army
In 1870 and became engaged in- rail
road snd engineering operations. He
served as a major general of volun?
teers through the Spanish-American
War and commanded the co-operating
force of British and American troops
In the capture of the eight temples of
Peking in the Boxer rebellion.
The Confederate generals entered
various fit Ids, some becoming educa?
tors, others engineers, lawyers and
planters. General Buckner was after?
ward Governor of Kentucky and can?
didate for vice-president on the gold
Democratic ticket in 1896. General
French went back to hi.; cotton plan?
tation. Stewart was chancellor of
Urn University of Mississippi from
1874 to 188?. General G. W. C. Lee,
who was aide-de-camp to President
Davln,waa the president of Washing
ton and Lee University from 1071 to
1897, and is now the president emeri?
tus. General Stephen D. Lee became
a planter, while General Butler prac?
ticed law, served for one term as
United States Senator and held a
commission as major general in the
Spanish-American War. General
Hoke went into the railroad business,
becoming in course of time president
of the Georgia Carolina dt Northern
Railroad Company. General Law
practiced law. while General Roaser
who had also been a lawyer, took up
engineering end became chief engi?
neer of both the Northern and Cana?
dian Pacific railroads. Genera)
French, who fought in both .the Mex?
ican and Civil wars, became a plantar
in Mississippi. .
General Martin, who was a lawyer
before the war, returned to his prates
slon at its close, and has performed
taaay public services for Mississippi
Including the building of the N. J. and
C. R. R.
In bis record Jt is aeon that end
man baa served his country worthily
in peace and that most of them have
added to their laurels since the Civil
War. The records also show thai
the blue and the gray now stand
shoulder to shoulder.
Stand for Something.
The greatest thing that can be
said of a man. no matter how much
be has achieved, la that be baa kept
his record clean.
Why Is it that. In spite of the rav?
ages of time, tan reputation of Lin
coin grows iargar and his cbaraetei
means more to the world every year!
it la because be kept bis record clean
and never prostituted hin ability noi
' gambled with bis reputation. i
Where, la all history, in there as
example of a mah who was merely
rieb, no matter bow grant his wealth
who exerted such n power for good
who baa been such a living force ix
civilisation, as tain poor backwoods
' boy? What a powerful Illustration ot
the fact that character Is the great
' eat force la the world!
A man assumea importance and be
comes n power In the world Just as
soon aa It Is found that he stands tot
something; that ho la not for sale;
I that be win act lease his manhood
' for salary, or for any amount ot
' money, or for any influence or poet
tioa; that he win not lend bis name
, to anything which bo cannot Indorse
Tue trouble wfth so many men to
day te that they do not stand for nay
thing outside their vocation. They
mny be weU educated, well up in tbeii
specialties, may have n lot of expert
knowledge, bat thoy cannot be de?
pended upon. There fat sense law in
them whi,~b takes the edge of their
virtue They may be fairly honest,
tut you cannot bank on them.
It to not difficult to Bad a lawyer
or n physician who knows a good
deal, who la isslnint bj hi* profes
sioa: bat it is not so may In tad oae
who Is a maa before he to n lawyer
or physician, a bust asms to a ay
aoayxa far nil that hi clean, reliable,
solid, substantial ft to ant difdcaH
In and n good preacher, but tt is net
?any to dad a real man. sterling man
hood, back of the sermon It la easy
to fand successful merchants, bat as*
so easy to fend men who put caarnc
tor above mircbaadtna. What the
world wants is men who have prtsrt
pie und- rl-jae thetr espertneus, prtn
elate ender their tow. their awdbctna.
rawer hsstotss. men who stand for
?am i thing sat slit of I beer odhens und
stores, who staad fnr imnithtog in
thaw community, a bast very pros
eaea rnrrton weight ?Orison Swntt
Marina, in "Buer ess Mggaians."
"Mm Bunrmng. we? 'bought she
had a minien, to took after nhaTiilag
human.'> la aurrwd. tont she?" - I
"I was anrprlwd to tonrn that she
hai givn up bar mtostaa to nf?
-'She hauet, her husband Is eoiag
to be eutfertag humanity hereafter/"
?vary oktal w*h want n stock win
hare aa uunuutuntty to tat*. |
No Substitut? for Honeety.
No substitute has ever been dlscov
?rod for honesty Multitudes of peo
pie have (one to the wall trying te
Bnd one. Our prisons are full of
people who bare attempted to sub
stltue something else for It.
No man can really believe In him?
self when he is occupying a false
position and wearing a mask, wheu
the little monitor within him is con?
stantly saying. "You know you are
a fraud; you are not the man you
pretend to be." The consciousness
of not being genuine, not being what
others think him to be, robs a man
of power, honeycombs the character,
and destroys 8elf-renpect and self-con?
When Lincoln was asked to take
the wrong side of a case he said, "I
could not do It. All the time while
talking to that jury I should be think?
ing, 'Lincoln, you're a liar,' and I be?
lieve I should forget myself and say
it out louff "
Character as capital Is very much
underestimated by a great number of
young meu. They seem to put more
empba3ls upon smartness, shrewd?
ness, long-beadedness, cunning, Influ?
ence, a pull, than upon downright
honesty and Integrity of character.
?Orison Swett Marden, in "Success
PILES CURED AT HOM8 BY
NEW ABSORPTION METHOD
If you suffer from bleeding. Itch?
ing, blind or protruding Piles, send me
your address, and I will tell you bow
to corn yourself at home by the now
absorption treatment-, and will also
sand some of this home treatment free
tor trial, with- references from your
own locality If requested. Immediate
relief and permanent eure assured.
Sand an money, but toll others of this
offer. Write today to Mrs. at. Sum?
mers, Box P Notre Dame. lad.
Or FURNITURE TUESDAY MORN?
ING, JUNE 2ND, 10 A. M.
' DEALERS, it will pay you to at
I tend this CLOSING OUT SALE. Wt
barg to vacate our present quarters.
-I On Wednesday. June 3rd. at If
o'clock. A. M. at and to front of 240<
i Washington avenue. I shall sell at
I public auction to the highest biddet
, for cash, a sat of handsome bar Bx
. tares and counter and partitions wtti
i doors to be awed betonen rear and
i front bar. also an assortment of bat
r glasses. a0 lea Bon and such otbei
paraphernalia used to the bar bunt
aess. including n valuable National
Cash Register, ahm aa aunwstonagn, ni
i liquors, all of the estate of Rebecca
: Josephine Wbltcraft, Bankrupt.
CHARLES C. BERKELEY.
I i.-ami m, " a. tana
1 Of Valuable Rant Estate on Locust
By virtue of n certain Deed o(
i Trust executed to Benjamin C. Wber
. ry and Cnwstaatlno H. WIIHaassou,
trustees, by Sclpto Jscobs, dated No
tember ;. 1*06 and iccordcd in the
Clerk s Offene of the Circuit Court ot
! BUsabetb City County. Virgin is. hi
Deed of Trust Book gl. page SM; to
which deed R la provided that either
one of the said irentsns may execute
said trust: sag be rag r> guested by
the hsaeBrtory therein, there having
been default in the payment of the
debt secure^ thereto, the undersigned
will aell ft public naetloo on the
premise, on Wednesday. Jane 3. ltd*,
at 12 o'clock hT. the fbttonang de?
scribed props nv Situate hi the City
ef Haanpton. fOkrabeth CHy County.
Virginia, on the Bhstilly side ef Lo?
cust (formally Prank list street at Iba
distance of tbrrtv tare* feet Norther?
ly from ihn Northerly afdo of Pulton
street, ceataaaiag to front or breadth
on the said Locust street thirty three
feet and extending; of that breadth
in length er depth Rasterir. between
parallel Itoee. one handrvd nag for
ty feat; taunt I Northerly by
grounds of Harrte Barrett: ntosteriy
by grounds of Of urge Houston:
Southerly by grounds of Robert WH
eon and Westerly by said Lornat
Terms: Cash as to so much of aba
rherxe the gabt now due to the ?am
or $STX M. and the nan asss af une
rutiug this trust, sad any unpaid tag
?a or insurance premium': as to the
bahnt I. terms made bawwa aa aap
ef sale _ _ .
BCNJAMTM C WffhhTRT
COXTf ANTTV? H WTLUAaWON
BL 0 Idohwy. A i Hill I l.
It Wh Shy.
Luncher?Is this meaut to be short?
Luncher (sarcastically)?Then for
heaven's sake take It away and berry
Of Valuable Real Estate Over Dyks.
By virtue of a certain Deed of Trust
executed to Benjamin C. Wherry and
Constantlne II. Williamson, trustees,
by Peter Lewis Cox and wife, dated
July 30, 1902, and recorded in the
Clerk's Office of the County Court of
Elizabeth City County, Virginia, in
Deed of Trust Book 23, page 450; in
which deed it is provided that either
one of the Bald trustees may execute
said trust; aud being requested by
the beuenclary therein, there having
been default in the payment of the,
debt secured therein, the undersigned
will sell at public auction on the'
premises on Wednesday, June 3, 1908,
at 10:30 A. M , the following describ-l
ed property: Situate and lying in'
Wythe District. Elizabeth City Coun?
ty, Virginia, on the Northeast side of
Mason street, beginning at the corner
of Fox Hill Road (formerly called
Back River Road), thence extending,
Southeast along the said side of Ma?
son street, one hundred and twelve
feet to grounds of William Lee.
thence extending along same North?
east, Eighty ft et to grounds of Clara
Harris, thence extending along same
one hundred and twelve feet to the
Southeast side of Bald Fox Hill Road,
and thence extending along same
Southwest eighty feet to the North?
east side of said Mason street, the
point and place of beginning.
Terms: Cash as to So much of the
proceeds as may be necessary to dis?
charge the debt now due in the snm
of $583.61, and the expenses of exe?
cuting thiz trust, and any unpaid tax?
es or Insurance premiums; as to the
balance, terms made known on day of
BENJAMIN C WHERRY.
CON STA NT I.NE H. WILLIAMSON.
M. O. Lackey, Auctioner.
6-26. 27, 29, 31??-2,3.
Aa surviving Trustee in a certain
deed of trust from Lucy H. Bash and
husband to H. W. Flournoy and R M.
Lett. Trustees, dated the 10th day of
December, 1895. and recorded in the
County Court Clerk's Office of War?
wick County, Virginia, in Deed Book
IS, at page 73 and 74, default having
been made therein, the undersigned
will, at the request of the assignee of
the beneficiary named therein make
sale at public auction to the highest
bidder, for cash, on the premises, at
10 o'clock a. m.. on Saturday, the 20th
day of June, 1908. of Lots 31 and 32, in
Block 241, on McLean's Map of part
of Newport News, originally flit d In
Warwick County Court Clerk's OtHce.
on September 29th. 1881. and now of
record In the Corporation Court
Clerk's Office of Newport News, in
Plat Book 1. page 3. with the build?
ings and improvements thereon.
R. M. LETT,
EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA,
County of Norfolk, ss. *
On this 22nd day of Msy, A. D.
1908, on reading the petition of Mor?
ris White. Bankrupt, for discharge,
it is ordered by the Court, that a
hearing be had upon the same on the
3rd day of June. A. D. 1908. before
said Court, at Norfolk, la said district,
at 12 o'clock aoon; and that notice
thereof be published in The Daily
Press, a newspaper printed In said
district, and that all known creditors
aad other persons in Interest may ap?
pear at the said time aad place and
show cause. If any they hare, why
the prayer of the said petitioner
should not he granted.
Aad it Is fwrtb-T ordered by the
Court that the Clerk shall send by
mall to aft known credHors copies of
said petition aad this order, address?
ed to them st their places of resi?
dence as stated.
Witness the Honorable EDMUND
WADOTLL. JR. Judge of the said
Court aad the seal thereof, st Nor
folk. In said district, oa the 22nd day
of Mar. A. D IPag. s
Attest: JOSEPH P. BRADY.
By W. B. WALKER,
ft. Depot y Clerk.
EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA.
Conaty of Norfolk, ss.
Oa this. 22nd day of May. A. D
IPS*, oa rending the petition of Wolf
Levy. Bankrupt, for discharge. It Is
ordered by the Court that a heartag
he had apoa the same on the 3rd
day of Jwae. A. D. 1SSS. before said
Court. at Norfolk ta said district, at
12 o'clock noon: aad that notice there?
of he published in The Dally Press,
a newspaper printed ta said district,
aad that all knows creditors aad
ether persons ta Interest assy sspear
at the said time aad place aad show
se. if nay they hare, why the
prayer of the said petitioner should
not he granted
Aad ?t Is farther ordered hy the
Court that the Oerh shall send he
mail to aM known creditors copses
of said asm tan aad thta order, ad
drtssnd to them at their places of
residence as stated
W.tne.,- the Hon erahn? EDMUND
WADDILL JR. Jods* of the said
Coast, aad the seal thereof, st Nor
folk ta said district, as the 22ad dar
of May. A D. IMS
Aft. ? JOSEPH P BRADY.
By W B WALKER
It Dsawtv Clerk.
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I WANTED?TO BUT. BELL OB Ex?
change, mraltare sad stores, a W.
LsTWIaV mm HsmtSsjgsaai arenna
I REMEMBER THE STAR RBBTAU
raat is serving best meal la city for
25c. Loach 15c. Board hy week.
$3 50. A trial will convince what
we say. 211 Twenty seventh street,
nesr Washington avenue ? 24 tf.
I YOU WILL. SAVE MONEY AND
time In getting Bed--. Bureaus.
Wasbstands. Chairs. Poarcb and
Willow Rockers. Feather Pillows
at 50c; Sheets -t 28c and other
boose furnishings at M. B. HER?
MANS. 34th Street and Hunting*
ton Avenue. 5 21 tf
I ORDER NO. 1. IT'S A GOO? ONE
Served from 11 a. m. to 2:34) p m
15c. DfOJwONT LUNCH. S-23-tf.
I HOW ABOUT THOSE OLD BIT JA
Wo eaa collect them. Qaaraate* twj
collect or no charge. GBO. C
BtJkHD. Beam l. Csmmmna BSdg.
8ALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
I shan sell bv public sect km. to
the highest bieder far cash, oo SAT
CRDAY MAY 30TH. I90S, heginslag
at 10 o'clock A. M. at No 24*0 Wash
|tagtoe avenue the following goods
'and chattels, towM: 3 Pool Tables
Balls. Caes and * Barrels Whi.se,.
tot Gin. Brandv sad tot Case Whis?
key. Cash Register. Cigars. Tobacco*
Tsble. Chairs. Ice ("best SBd various
other articles, gold ander erecntioa
now In a? band? of Hosier Coinssbusj
Associated Brew, ries against Thea-1
B W MM-STEAD,
td. Bar great City of Newport News.
ajTs ?ss sst^ras^W fmrnmajm^ aa ^ e***^
FOR SALB?HEAVY DRAUGHT
horse, cheap. PLEASANTS ft
JONES, Hampton, Va. S-31-3t
FOR SALB?OR EXCHANGE. FRESH
cow*. Also about 2000 pounds
country bams, breakfast bacon and
lard. Address Box 153, Phoebus,
FOR SALE?A NICE 42 ACRE FARM
in high state of cultivation, near
Newport News. $2,000. Also other
desirable farms. NELM8 A COM?
PANY, Inc.. Real Estate, Insurance,
Loans and Rents, 2517 Washington
Avenue, Newport Newa, Va. 6-16-lw
ICE CREAM FREEZERS, LAWN
Mowers, Garden Plows, Rubber
Hose. Screens. GOODMAN'S HARD
WARE Jefferson. Ave. Citlxens
FOR SALE?BY CITY COAL AND
Wood Co.. Pine Wood, K Cord.
$1.80; Mixed Wood, % Cord. $1.85;
Oak Wood, % Cord, $1.90; good
quality Round Mixed Wood for
cook stove, % Cord, $1.50. 32d St.,
and Virginia Are. Both 'Phones
430. 6 3 lm.
LOTS FOR 8AXJB OR LEASE IN ALL
parts of the city. Call and get
pricea. OLD DOMINION LAND
CO.. Hotel Warwick Building.
FOR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED
front room! second floor. 116 33iu
FOR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED
flat. Apply 1st floor, Kock Building
3000 Washington avenue 4-22 tt
W. E. ROUSE
Office und Showroom 234-236 25th St.
'Phone. 61. Res. 110.
1. HUGH CAFFEE
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM
bnlmer. Office 'Phones Bell and
Cits, No. L Residence. BeH Me. 4L
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
United States for the Eastern Dis?
trict of Virginia
CLARENCE H. WILDES, Who sues,
THE PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORA?
TION OF VIRGINIA, et als.
To Whom It May Concern:
Take notice, that pursuant to a de?
cretal order entered in the above en?
titled cause on the 30th.. dnv of April.
1908, by tbe Honorable Edmund Wad
dill, Jr., Judge, wherein tbe undersign?
ed waa directed to ascertain and re?
port to the court:
First: An account of the assets of
the defendant corporation, whether
the same be real, personal or mixed,
including all franchises and privileges \
held or controlled by the said corpora?
? Second. An account of the approx?
imate value of the assets of the said
defendant corporation including fran?
chises and privileges owned or eon
trolled by 1L
Third. An account of all debts,
claims and demands of every charac?
ter whatsoever due and owing t* the
said corporation with the anpromox
unate value of auch claims and de?
Fourth. An account of aR TRmn
binding upon the assets of tan said
corporation If any, their dignities and
priorities. If any.
Fifth. An account of debts dun and
owing by the said ourpornthm of ovary
kind and character whatsoever.
Sixth. Aa account of tan dealtags
and transactions and rights and lia?
bilities of the said defendant corpora?
tion with all persons interest en fa the
design, const ruction and erection of
its plant; the maintenance and opera?
tion of Its business and affairs from
the time of the formation of the said
company to the time of the taking of
I win at 11 o'clock on Monday.
Juno 1st.. 1908, at my oaVe. rooms 404
and 406 Bank of Hampton Building. In
tkn City of Hampton. Virginia, pro?
ceed to execute the said decretal or?
der and take said accounts, at wfciek
time and place all psissns Interested
are notified to be present snd make
due proof of their respective ebnhaa
ff for any reason the saht Inuutry and
report shall ant be toaaptotsd on that
day. the sums will be adjourned from
day to day er from than to than at
the asms saxes, or at sack other peace
as may be anemss advisable, aatfl
May t. 1900,
WM. C L TALIAFKRBO.
6 9 tod 1. Special Meat er
_ . _ -axeawanw^.. l .. \ _ua
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Warwick Printing On
(lac ) will he held at the office of tag
ompsnv. 311 Twenty fifth street,
Newport News. Vs . on Tuesday,
Jan* 9th. 1900, far I he transect ma at
?aeb baalaeuB aa may properly caaa
before said meeting
L R P?OH, Bns-y.
?flay 11 ltd*
The Department of Commerce and
Tanbnr. under date of May 26th, 16dl
ban authorised the change of asms of
the Gas Screw "Pet rails,'- I Otmar if
owned by the Standard Oft On, of
fhtnf Mo. ?***?_ *? ?* ?OW'J."
of Newport Ikfwu, Wit late
GBO r. ADAM8 Owner.
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