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BACK TO HAMPTON Alleged Buckroi* Thieves Now Being Held In the Richmond Jail on Question of Bond. The Richmond News-Loader of yes terday afternoon contained the fol lowing account of the arrest of the two youths, believed to' Im- connected with many robberies at Buckroe Bench: John \V. Donly, under bond to ap? pear in the I'nite.l Siat s court In October for robbing "itostoffiee i>o\ under loud to appear in the hustings court in October to answer ihc charges of stealing sev rnl watches from members of the Retail (IrocerK As in -lulion, and with several eases yel untrb-d against liim. appeared in police court this morning charge I willi the tln-ft of a watch from a eili? ge.:] Hi Hampton. The thefi is said to have occurred at lluckroe Roach On aeeoiint of his already belli; under bond, I only's attorney asKeil that the ras - bo continued UTilil tu m?i row in order thai it might I? learne 1 whether the bond would be forfeited ir Donly was in Hampton wlx-n the time for his appearance ar? rived. Justice CrutcbO'-id stated that i' was ridiculous to think that the bond would be forfeited under such circumstances, but mi the i rg nt re quest of th(. attorney the pn.-.tpom men( was granted The deputy sher? iff of Elizabeth Ctly county who came u|i for Donly was told in remain in Richmond tni'il tomorrow, wh in If fiuld have Donly. Tim Lottsey, who is sard to have been Donly's accomplice In the wateh I thefts at lluckroe, was captured after ti long search yesterday by Officer Smith. He will bo heard tomorrow also. Moth of the prisoners are no! more than boy.?, tu Ither look in? i day over twenty years o'il. Tie will be held in jail until tomorrow CONFETTI MAS. UERADE BAH DREW AN IMMFNSE CROWD Estimated That 6.000 Parsons Wit nesaed Closing Entertainment at Buckroe Last Night. The largest crowd tha: has beer at tturkroc I leach this season atlerd ed tb- Confetti Masquerade bal'.l ivliich closed tin- Reason at the r"-l sort last night. It was est im at'di that fully (i.oiM) people from Newport I News, Hampton and Phoebus were| at the b?-aeh. t The affair proved highly success? ful and it is probable that the man-i agers of the resort will adopt the) idea as an annual event for the eios j ing of the season. Mr. John W. Skinn-T had charge of the program laal nigh:, and as usual made good on supplying the novel and entertain-' ing features. Then- were about 300 of the crowd i masked and the fun afforded fill I thos ? in attendance was of a very! exhilirating an.l freshing nature. I Mr. George Tlce. as "My Creole j Sue." was awarded the first prize! as the best costumed !>? rsw at the. carnival. -Mr. .Mat TucksebertT. as I the "Convict" came for seconu; Mrs. I Z. Voeglevnan, of Baltimore, as "lla;>-! py Hooligan." was the winner of thej third prize, while Mi88 Hilda Collier,' an the "Merry Widow" was the fourth j prize winner. The judges wer.? Messrs. H. W. Saaadera, H. H- Kimberly and H. R. Houston. Little Girl Is Drowned. The little daughter of >ix. and Mrs. Swvetser. who formerly lived trt Hampton, was drown ?I near Ocean <Vicw Wednesday afternoon. The body was recovered yesterday and taken to Raltlasait for burial. The child, who was 8 years old, at elds a tally fell out a boat and drown rt before assistance could p-ach her. , No On Looks , Right I With a Straw Hat On this tim^ of the yenr?We have anj excellent Uno of Fall Derbys and Soft I Hals to ?-hewse fmm-All Stylos?AH Colors. Drop in an-1 g?>l yonrs today FRANKEL & EISENMAN Cofnptotu) Outflttwf A Don't Forget we want tn make yonr Pan Soff?If von want a perfect siting one?try its | \ts a AXJUULtJ! A M.Vjt 9 fl ? 11 Mi? kJLM Mr. niiil Mrs. Clifford Mannenberg, who have lui-ii visiting frleads in lieuderson, N. C, are exp.cted to return to the city next ?a>ek. Mos Elizabeth Hyde, the lady piin Icipal of the llatupion \orinal school, 'returned yeal rday from the North, where she spent the summer vaca t ion. i The Rev. Thomas Jesse Jones, as-1 sikiani chaplain a> the liampton Nor ' mal school, who with hi: family, has' be n visiting in the North, returne I yesterday. j iMisH Nola Owens, sou lias been I visiting in Hanover county, returned] home yesterday. I Mrs. B. N. Newell, who has I.n Visiting in |? leir.blirg. Is expected to return home lodav. Mrs Joseph Daly, wife <r the treas? urer of Phoebus, who has ln-en on a visit of several weeks In Massa.-liu setts, is ex|>ected to return to her home in I'boi'bii.s today. Her mother will accompany her back. Mrs. (ioorgc N. Sutler, wife of Councilman Sin lor, is quite slek in In r bom.- in WHIard avenue, Phoe _ r Mr. ami Mrs. Andrew liunean, who have lie m the quests of Mr. and Mrs. I John W. Itiehardson, in West Queen I street, will leave this evening for,' Itoston, where I hey will \isit before' r< turning to their home in Greenville, ( Kv. Messrs. Claude Curtis, .lohn Wood and William Patrick left yesterday for Providence FOrgo, where tb y will s|x-nd several days shooting sora. i OLD POINT COMPORT COLLEGE'S STRONG ELEVEN Messrs. Fuller and Gadol Wdl Coach (he Team, While O. Lawyer Is the Captain. Old Point Comfort College football team lias boon n urganizej for the s .1 mi an,] is now toady to meet all? comers, averaging in weight from 103 lo 1J."> jMiunds. Messrs. Philip A Fuller, Jr.. 'and Pierre Gadol, former students at the College, have be n selected -IS coaches for tho team, while Brother lt. Oswin will be the manager. I). Lawyer will captain the elewen. The other gritliront.To are; I). Numan, K. Li Valette. K. Cam pa, R. Powell,] S. liaison, K. Oisin, F. Cervoin, S. Cervoin, William OToole, William Sce-tt. J. Kills, J. Faster, P. Km r.cb.' J. Broman. 1 Work in forming ihe s .veral ha.sk. i ball sevens is also underway at the j college. GRAND MASTER IS COMING, j, Mr. J. C. Noel to Visit Greble Lodge' of Odd Fellows Next Thursday. | Mr. W. F. Larrabee, secretary of i Oreble Lodge, No. 137, Independent i Order of Odd Fellows, yesterday re-1 peived a telegram from Hon. J. C. . Noel, of Pulaski. staling that he willj come to Hampton next Thursday! night. Mr. Noel la the grand mastorj of the Virginia Grand l>odge of OH I F dhows, and a member of the; vir- ( qinia Senate. I BUYS MURRAY'S PHARMACY. ! Mr. R. L. Gardner to Engage in t:ic' Drug Business Here Again. ji Mr. Robert L Carlner yesterday i purchased Murray's Pharmacy, in : East Queen sir. et. from Mr Thomn 1 A. Murray, who has deeid d to re j1 tire from tho drug business in th" riiy. The pharmacy was established , many y?-ars apo by Mr. T. S. HowHI a;nl was sold by that gentleman to , Mr. Murray six years ago. Mr. Gard? ner Is well known in I he local btisi- , rr s cireles. having ior sometime . eiMidnei<>d the Mahone drug store in i North King s:reet. Mr. Pettur Leaves. Mr. A. P?-ttns. who has been the assistant srt.l' Uly of th- army and navy Youn? Men's Christian Aisoei.i li<?n at F??rt Monroe, left last even Inc for Alexandria, whore he hecotn? s a -in.font in the Kpisenpal Seminary of Virginia R. E. Lee Camp Tonight. ConsJd<"wbl<- in.'"!"?! is f?'lt jmnne the m?TOhera of R. E. I<ee Camp. I t'orfe?torato Wlrrasn. over the m*-e-., ine t?w>!cM. ?h?-n the rteb-rates to, ? S ? Vlrrinia Grand Camp will Iw rh-^-'n Th?- ramp will ui?-e? with l'i'maiaiKkr R K. i nrtis. Pleasant* a> Jones ha?e aiiTKt for Coir's Hot Kla<t ||eal<rs Ask (' II 1 PARK RH abnof fk?-m Slat' I Fre?h P-t of Hvariifths. Van MM* Froafa Tnbpa J..nonlU and rhm? ? e IJlv fUtltr? and oHwr fall Swwerw rnd cvrden peed for sal?- at I3T90. K | srooori SMlw Thev lik~ r^I thine*, that's wbr the ladw-s ro to Chrrae s Mn-lht It i Take yowr i-- rl| loan to HVl'fi Ost Bot? Brs? Itaen, l^tt' M, PHO What th< Th* man In the big easy chair l'?>k Ad across ill.' table at his wire "I am repealing wlnti Richardson I raid Id- inld i:n' Iii.- im. Iii hi; t7i.it j tin* boy bad braced up in quite ? 1 Wonderful way. He is puuc'ual nn?' ?m imtic and winks a- 'f re m ant in r-tinib. Kichardson says he Is p ???? live thai Kdkar ba.t stooa-'l diiirt in. His eyes have bisi ill u ittltticHB :?! <'. his hand if steady " 'I'll' woman breathe) nrin> qiilekly.l "Wh-wlial w III you do, R"bi rt? ' "Do?" Hie man enswered. "n iilung This i n'l ;h?' fust time the ley tin tried to I,.aii- up. Yon know how l< ti? ll last d." "* 1 tut perhaps a word from ;.ou would help him, i|?ar." "So." "You ar>- bis father." "Si i- here, Frnlly. this won"! do I'm ill.- bny's father, and I've I.u a lad fath r. Where I nieani t'? please) htm I proved his worst enemy, lie spent the money I gave him in waste ! in! living, lint why spiak of it? lie-1 fore ihe-e doors ar-1 opened I" hllii! again le- s cot tu prove thai lie's 1111 to enter them, lie hasn't fcreotienj what I said to hi in. If th re is HI : park >' manhood left In bis br <ist he' wil^make no aitempt to come near us until In- sh ws he is worthy." "You ar? very hard, Robert." "I've lie n softer liian wax. I'm a - hard as nails now. Hut. Ih-'re, we've; had enoug-h of this for tonight. I loi<||' l(i 'hardsnu not to report in me until a week from today. Then we can, tell, p ihajiK, whether this spasm et reform has an, foundation." "It will In- bard 10 wait. Robert." | Tli. man lock'd across at Hie wom-i' an. His sterfl face relaxed. "Lei it- hope for the b si my dear.' lie softly said. It was a week later and Hie won.an had patiently walled lor the man t<> unfold his now< of the erring son. "Richardson r> p rted again loday," he said as b" sank back in the easy rha'r. Wi I!, lb ?.r? ' 1 "The hoy continues lo do nlmseit n il?. Richardson says be is grasp- i ing bis dlltiej with a firmer grip. The olh'-r day 'lie c::me lo (iraliani. j he's the head of the department?and| inld hint he mil't have more pay. II ? said he knew he was worth more and ; that he could gei a Job at any time l with Hie Ajax people. Craham will 1 double hi- pay next week. He told | Richardson tti? - hoy was well worth ? the raise, it seems that Richar Ison | noticed the change in Kdgar two i ni mths ago. l itt wouldn't mention It i because ho was afraid il might not i last." He paused. "Soni.ds sow;, i doesn't it?'* Th" woman'; head was bowed. Sh" < looked up slowly. | "I know what's brought abcut this i change,'' she .?-aid ha;f hysterically.'] ?It's a girl." I Tin- man star'd at her. ! I ill.I si. want dim to marry AlleeI, London," sold Hie woman. !. "liush!" growled the man. He . will marry to please him<- If?if he marri s at all- -and there's no pr m- . ability that lie will ask our advice., If your suspicion is corrct?and sup- | pose it might call'd intuition? | don't Interfere. There'll i>o nothing ( loo go. ,1 for the girl who can awaken ? nur boy to bis duty. L t 'her alone. ' Hut the woman said nothing. Two nights lat? r they wi re in their BCCUStOmed places In-side the big library table. The man suddenly smil-d as he looked across at the woman. ' There is a girl." he said. "Yes." said the woman, "I have Feen her." The man stared at her. "I hope you did nothing rash." he i-ai.l and his voice was almost harsh. "1 called to her and when she realiz? ed that I wanted her she came lo iho car. I told her I wah nervous and a little faint?whiih was quite true. Robert. And I asked her if she woul . n't nit hv me for a few moments until the at lack passed away. She looked at me wondering'y and then some? thing in m" fac - decided her and sae look the s at by my side i asked her ?hm' she lived and s-he told me an? I directed Michael not to hurry. Tie'n I talked to the girl a-d found nut ?omeihinz about b t. She is an orphan and came to the city from in interior town. She has lx-en well rdTCateJ an.l Is qualified to teach singing, hut h> r pre.-- -nl work is ful>. ?s remunerative and more certain. And irhc is V.." The man laughed. "That's oxtcrrelv interesting?I d ?n't ref' r to the age itom especially Hut go on." "I dot-'- know what she thinks of j me. I tried to inl ""st her " T.y s-king her questions?" I asked-no o"c ti'ms. She totd nv all this volnntari?y. I am quite snr" she will ic'i me mire lh^ next time i we meet." "Then you have planned to arc *cr| again ' "Y"S. I am going to lak^ b'r with) rne for a ri'V In be park or W?-dne- i day rvc-nlne. I tol.i ncr , was s fns?t i o'd woman and that -h~ was doing too j b'-st kind of charit y work In amnsm ; j nc I ??aid I bad taken a fa?-cy toi h r -and H's trwe Hobert." So it was on WW-dnesdav evening win ii IN > look up *hr ???ihji'ct acsln j "Fi.- man was waiting in tho Horary fur the woman io r.ime h toe lb- look d up as ah* caaw li?rongli the donrwav, TVn he qulrVli urn"" and went to her. and I mfc her cloak and r*d her to a ?h*ir. Whv. KirlL." he ,iid ? V hat s ?'. ;ip;?-?? d T' ' Kor a moment ?b~ ec?;M not fin?i h< r voice. TV-t nr*? to he m.vrrloj on Tk?d?, evening." sh" soiOx-d The man uhlstled "Tau boy seems to be d>vwioatag en s Girl Did ergy alone with hi* other awakened qualities. There, th re. ratal >our*"il an,I It'll ii!?' abolll ii Tin- woman waited i moment. I i|r?-w Ii? r out." I ? tin ami soon found that wanted m talk I? ja woman*-It seem*, ah Ii i no Intimate! Iriil frit'iid?mud she (ol l an- just what i waut?d. and yet dreaded, lo h-ar. She Is very fond id Eiuar, lud alp? has Iii?- fullest ronfi'li no in him Hi' has tolil In r about bi. wihl dins, and l ow lie quarreled with bis lalbor ami mother. Sil?' 'I.n'l I in w wh.> bo lian uts aro Edgar dm nt u ml t?? talk about tb ? past bot Ii?' feels roll vinnd they w<t? whip.:- in taelr treat, ii.'nt of Kdgar. sin' is sure tooy didn't understand him: iliat Ins mots i p was Indulgent and his falber un win". Ediin-r needed an object in hl?-. h<> i.i'.-d?'(| to be thrown on bis own re Sources. Now b?' had Iii alilbilloil to rise, and b>' iiad In t Sie pausc.l ?ml drew si quirk hr nth. Think ul .1 mother Unten im: to all Hils!" ? It i- a rather novel siittatlon," sal'i the man. Ii wa- on Tuesday evening, and ihe Riverend Krank Dario?" sal in his lit ii parlor and wailed l r l'h?? !:>rl 'mi iho man who hail asked his profession? al services. It wa a mat iit:l?- par? lor, nicely furnished, with folding doors that eonii? et? d il w eb th" sit t i ii sc room beyond. Tin se dors wei closed, and the Reverend Krank ham ley infujiecttd Ibeni carefully bei?*" h- answered the bell. U'lu-ii he returned from th<" front ??. he brought with him the i?|rl and Hi- wayward son. He greeted ihem it.rdlally and bade th ni Im? seated. "We are in something of a hurry, said the young man. "We have a llief little trip in view, and lino labl -s make no provision f?,r delayetl happy pairs." I|h laughed and the voting pastor laughed with him. Tin- girl unfsrtened her traveling r-loak. "? Would it be pcFFible," she ssiil, "for you to have a woman pres"ui during the ceremony. ? I have a fancy (but I would like if better." The young pastor l-rlghtened. "Why, v? s." be answ red. "I have two visitors) at the pre -nt in ment. I very worthy couple I will ask tin m lo be witnesses In accordnnce wltii the state law." And be slippt il from lh?' room, II? was back presently. "They will be glad to a'd n ." he said a little hurriedly. "They will sirtii<l In the dooorwa-, h- re wolle We !?< k inoiiy proceeds If you are quite ready, you may arise." The doors at the Lack were softlv opened. The ceremony proceeded, th ? m'?st nervons member of tn?- trio being the Reverend Krank Damley. When it wa- over and the Revereng Frank had s+iaken hantln with Isith and wished th^m Jov, Ihe airl lix?ked iround and suddenly stnrtod. A man ?ml woman bad entered the rcom, but '* was the woman who start led the girl. "Why, madan!" she cried. "Are you here?" And sh^ advanced with, her hands outstretched. The woman wns rrying and could not answer. But she ?.>pened ln-r arms and held Ile? gi rl c'tise. Th? bridegroom had whirled about, an.I then ratehing steht t?f the man and wontnn bad drawn back. "Elinor." be cried "do you know this lady?" The girl released herself from the woman's ? mbraee. "Why. yen." she an w.-r?-d "She has been kinil lo me?as a mother might lie. There is no person I could so gladly greet on my wedding nicht." The young n an stared at h?r. "Don't you know her name?" be demanded. "Why. no, Mgur, I don't know the lady's nam?\ I never thought of it He was still 'mazed. "Do von mens to rsy that you don't know this is ni> mother?" "Tour sjathi r'.~ she eried. "Your m-ither. oh. I'm vrv g'a.l Don't cry FLORIST floral Designs and Cut Flow? ers. Orders fllh>l on short notice at reasonable prices 8atlsfaeiion irnaranteed. Tho New York Flower Store. Mrs. C. If. Terry 136 Mellen St., Pom ban. Vs. 'Phone 138. Flowers Pi i siriod wr Waxed. Traylor's "Mother Bread" Labels Are Called in by Ott Ut. 190$ W?- are <i/ rr-. lo announce that w? are nmM- i" ??eure anotkrr 1 4 o' lh. Ja;un . > t Ware we are riving BWUy for tb. M' ther Reran |al>- is. m wmtld a?fc all persona Kavier ite lalwl. in I ri 1 ? ? in what tbcv have and s'-c-tr.' a sc ntkim wbil" tlKy la?t.| Time to esehance Iahet? vt|| ]w SO after Ortot- r 1 |?ott. AND mother." l-:?l?the s.'iil. "I hone your re ?nliuenl doe n't no w> far us to pi'*' I\?-?it your lallnr from klssin-- his new ?laughter ?<loi| bleu* and guard her' The younger man gave a quick >l*rl lind put mil Iiis litind i ? Kultur* In? i-rii-d. Ami Hi, I,*' i. -n nd Frank Dariib jnlliil .ipprox iugl) W. Ii II" ?- hi iili. I'luln Ih-ahr, Try 11 nl I'm Lrttle Liver Pills at I H ill ? Cut Rai? li-i? Siora 7 i ( WANTED. IK YOU WANT A QUART. HALF etillon or any quantity of good Oys? ters or clams. cull Thune IHR ut mml to Ill'DUINS' I Kit 'K, Hampton 3 8 L'vr. NOTICE. Railu u school tickets will lii> sollt | at On' Main OfllCt' ?f III*' company Hamilton, Va., In Isaiks containing 1 ? ?) J coupon In !,. Is tor Bev-?Hty cents I school children present lap certlhcal?* - Uiii it in Mu< principal of a honaliil< i stabil shed privat - m- piihlic school | to Ilm effect ihm tin- rtppllcani Ih a regularly . mulled scholar i'-- n in. These tickets are wold in hooks ol ton c<?upon Hcki-ts each al Ihe ran nf three and one-half centn ?'ach and| are good only on regular public chool ilaya, between tli-- hours ptint .?i| then mi ' '.I lis-:st. Ransone Bros. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats and Suits. Jffc SMART FALL MODQ. Ransone Bros. 8 and 10 West Qu?=n Street. PbilliiJS Lacke? Go. (Incorporated.) Real Estate Brokers. Insurance M Rents For Rent! .108 Holt St....? 7?? 428 Holl St. 7 >-> 2*'. Holt St.I l.t? r-00 Ivy SI. 7.i"? lands ion si. I .a Salle Ave., . i 99 "Is*; W Oil' en S? . . 9m V. Hampton . ln.no K Hamilton . I,,M" r.n* Victoria Av-v. . ?.?"? .".n't Flm St. I2.SC 1/oeust St.. . Id."* Flat Cfneen St. Ifc.wd See special list of houses this paper. For Sale! I must sell that d-'iraM bom.- on Hampton finals. 1* rooms, modern tost l ? at* ares. Inn f.x.t front lot tost oei f . Will neb] ?.: 7"'i Term Jl rim ra-h. l.alan.-- Kmc tnw Two Doabxard M?. ?S f"*?t f- b. f<>r $?..?'.?-? i :u i M'i-i ?ell at one. River Front Farm. In*, rw-r. s. -?-. i| local, d on ? ? . i: .? - ?. hart-am si $1 ..?n \ nun ?> '-a'" S. - ?|? ? ial li-? Of b ?? '-s in this i-arer OFFICE: IS C Queer. St, Miti- ?-.?,. Vj. M. 0. LACKEY Manager. D POINT - - * ?, i ? i.iL*iL.ii:iqi?i Close al 6 P. M-, Except Saturday. SCHOOL STOCKINGS 2 Pair For 25c. ' "MAID OF ATHENS" STOCKINGS MAOE WITH DOUBLE HEEL, TOt AND KNEE. SPLENDID BLACK. EXCELLENT WFARING QUALITIES PARTICULARLY GOOD FOR SCHOOL USE. TRY THEM Rowe's Dept. Store Hampton, Va. BARNES* HOTEL CAFE AND BAR NO* UNDER CONTROL OF W. E. DOBSON *~^u^ I il' t'in it :i pleasure lo announce to my friends and the public th u I have puiolias. d tin- hiKuni'hH of Mr. Charles Kngclrhjon an? continue to conduct tho hotel, enfe and Imr under the same high standard uialntaiuod hy my predecessor. MY LUNCH COUNTER I tho etpial >r anv In the city itid the restnurani ever the bar will lie open for the convenience of the public on Sundays as well a* we 'k da) a. ROOMS FOR PENT BY DAY. WEEK OR MONTH. TERMS REASONABLE. For Rent MODERN. 339 Center St., Ill rooms $2XOtl Marshall St., il rms So.Os so Victoria Ave,, fi) rms SO.?* 316 Klin St., t> rooms .. II.00 310 Kim Sl./fi rooms _ iniMI ::.::! Kfan St.. 6 rooms ? 11JW 112 Wine St.. 7 rooms ... t20U 17 Daily St.. 4 counts .. 6..'?? Academy s? 7 rms Sluou in Annietend Ave 7 rms 16.00 125 Holt St., fi rooms.11.0? 136 Holt St.. 5 rooms .. 7.0? fit; Holt St . .1 rooms .. 7.0? Hutigtns St.. 4 rooms 5.:<0 Ivy St.. I riMima .. ?.W t.'.X Holt St , 5 rooms .. 7.00 Raleigh Ave. 7 rms 11.00 Rlvervb-w, Richmond Avenue, 6 rooms. $6HO. STORES FOR RENT 10 N. King St..i 18.00 23 ArmM.ad Aye _$ 8.0? ISS K. Queen Bt. 12 ?" 212 Acmlatead Are., _ 10.00" FOR SALE ONE ACRE OF LAND AND COTTAGE AT LORDLEY'S CROSS? ING. $550.00. _,; Gco. W. Phillips Real Eststs, Rants, Fire Insurance, Auotlowesr and Notary Mfjt, 1 S Sou' i King Street. 'Phone 60. Hampton, Virginia. HENRY L. SCHMLLZ, FRANK W. DARLIMSv Preeldefit. VtesvPr^slsOsirtn -. _n_r i_ - -_rijT_ijqn_nr_nnnrs^riiiru-irw'j*^^-r -|- - "nr *rr* - ? - - . I The Bank of Hampton HAMPTON. VA. I? THE OLDLST AND LARGEST IN EITHIR HAatr>T06t Oil NEWPORT NEWS. Capital, - - - 1100,008.00 gggg, $140,000.00 DEPOSITS OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS. The only sutlgnstod depository In the guts at V?dints to Bmsh era Virginia. Wo make loans on Bead Batata?NOT PROfflBTTSnJ ?as are tho National Baaks. FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS DE PUSH*. NELSON 5. GROOME, Cashier M. H. MORGAN & CO. RF AL ESTATX-mSURANCX ST1 NORTH KINO STREET, so Victoria A*? .. mnoern. *?-*? ZZ2 Fulton St, niKkfi . tSJS Cent-r St.. mod>m . 26.St |/>e Rt, . ISOe 5^2 Lee Rt . I ?onuss . 1*SS la Saite Ave. modern -. ja.Sa Hampton Road., mod'm . J0.6S Queer. St , flai, modern . I*** For Sale! 1+ awn e- home, small <iaa payment, halaac? A urcsln lo a g'.lck b?yr.