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DiSturbes Stock Maiket. PRICE MUVEMENT WAVERS News from Philadelphia and the Nu? merous Demands Upon the Rail? roads Deemed Important and Calu lated to Arouse Anxiety. (Py Associated Prisa.) NHW YORK. March tu? The waver ing prioc miivoiin iH in todav s stock market raiectcd tka lae>k of convict tiog Ovar the s|ieeulative outlook, i'he | ?aatl from Philadelphia was partly r. ia> risible for this. The bearing gf lb* situation moreover. On the general subject nt lalior adjustment, as pre? sented ay the numerous demands up? on the railroads now under considera, tion. was deemed important and cal? culated to arouse axicty. The rise' i? American Tobacco shared in the out? law market this week as impressive aaveaaniwe eantlaaeat on this subject gtOrg than the dir? et contemplation ad the government suit against the com? pany. The .movement in the To' acco j ajktkrtal, In fact, was made an impirt atit < onsid' ration in the support ot the general stock market. The soapiHi aoontdcd stocks asso ciateil with the name of J. P. Morgan a. Coaapaay, Stocd out rather promi? nently la the rise at the end of the > ? ss ii in. The large |>articipatioii ot that firm in the bond issues, which are coming urwm the market. Is feature of th<> situation. The iiKitket did not have to digest the bank statement since it was not published until after the close. The J loss of $IO.:,!t7.r.ui> in the actual cash holdings of the banks compared with preliminary estimates of gain of sev? eral mill'ons. As loans expanded at the same time the effect on the sur? plus was intensified. Iwinginsr the de? crease in that Item up to $3.750 ?HP?. Itonils were irregular. Tc?al sales, par valie. $ I..0552.000. United States ris have Reclined % per cent in tne | bid price on call this week. To'al sales today were lDl.fiw) shares, In? cluding: .V^liuc Coast Line, 500: Norfolk & Western. 500: Sloss Shef? field, gag; Scnrthern Railway. M4); pfd, M*>; Cnited etatra eRoat, 52,9<ki; irginia Carolina Chemical, 2.000. Closing List. Allis Chalmers pfd .42 Amalgamated Copjier.W\ American AgTicnlMiral. 4? Amo:ice;i Heet iftigar.3Sv; American Can pfd .77 Am- rioan Car ? FoundTy . ???4 American Cotton Oil .??>% American Hide A Leather pfd . 38 American Ice Securities.26 American Unseed.15 Aaat rican l?comotlve.54 Amirican Smelting A Rcfin -?? 86% American Smelting A Rcfin pfd.T?9 American S-:gar Refining.126% A'lierican Tel A Tel.141% Aniorican Tohaco pfd.9*> Am- rican Woolen .37 Anaconda Mining Co.51%) Atehison.116% j Atehison ofd.103% Atlantic Coast Ijne .13?% Italt moro A Ohio.112% fUl'imoro & Ohio pfd.?1% llothlehem Steel .30% Uro. klyn Rapid Transit. 75% Canadian Pacific.180% Central leather.43% ?Central L at her pfd .107% Central of New Jersey .290 Chesapeake A Ohio.85% Chicago i Alton.58 Chicago Croat Western.31% Chicago St North Western .. ..IHM Chieaco Mil. A St. Paul.145% C. C. C. A St. Lonls.80 Colorado Fuel g Iren.*?% Colorado Ss Southern .62% Colorado Sr Southern 1st pfrl ... 82 Colorado Sc v-twithem 2nd ?fd .. 80 Cons-lldaied Gas.14/% Corn Prrdocts.18% Itelaarare A Hudson.176 A LIGHT THATS i is a Gas La mo burning an incandescent mantle. Turn <-? the stop coc>. apply the match at tree top at the glob] and your room is at once hooded wt*h strong, pure, white light under which it |g a plesswr* to work, study or read. We caw fwrman jrow veith any atr?* Of Ga* Lamp demrad. See Wm Hampton. Phoebus wm & Fort Monroe [V| Gas 0. lk-nver *i Rio Grande.43 Dm? r * Rio Grande pfd . ?0,4 Distillers' Sec ritic? .34V4 Brie.31* Brio 1st i fd.50 Erie Bid pfd .9Hk Ueneral j aStlttt .15IVs Croat Northern pfd.13? Gr? at Nattkarl Cro Ctfs.99% Illinois Central .hl'm. Inleii.or< ugh Mot.21*4 Inletborocgh-Mei pfd .55 International Harvester .M'ti Inter-Mat IM l'fd.21 International Paper .14% int? rnational Pump .48 Iowa Central .22*4 Kansas City Southern.3S% Kansas City Southern pfd .?l?Vi Louisville & Nashville.l.>3 Minneapolis & St I/mis.41 Minn.. St P. ii Sanlt St. M. ...143*8 Missouri I>aoiflc.70*4 Missouri. Kansas ft Texas.%*% Missouri. Kansas & Texas i>fd . 72V4 National Biscuit .10? National Laad .834? Nat'l R\s of Mexico 1st pfd ??- K*Vi New Yor!; Central_!.U'.'S New York. Ontario & Western . 4;>Vi Norfolk & Western.101-?? North American .80*? Northern Pacific.19$% Pacific Mail .31 Pennsylvania .I9t People s Gag.110^4 Pittsburr. C. C. & St. I/-uis-1"1% Pressed Steel Car.41 Pullman Palace Car.195 Railway Steel Spring.43 Reading .IKSVi Republic Steel .40 Republic Steel pfd.103 Rock Island Co.43% Rock Island Co. pfd .85 St. I>onis & San Fran. 2nd pfd . 56V4 S*. I/ouis Southwestern.29V* S*. I?uis Southwestern pfd .... 73Vi Bases Stafflet M Steel & Iron ... 78 Southern Pacific .127% Southern Railway.29% Si Uth?rn Railway jifd .?M4 Tesmessee Copper.BMi Texas ft Pacific..::'??<? Toledo, St. I?uis & West.44Vi Tob do' St. I?uis & West. pf<| ? ??H (Jadfla Pacific.18714 I'nion Pacific pfd.1*8*4 I'nited Btatea Realty .75 l ulled States Rik!-ber.44% I'nited Slates <>tcel .KS*? I'nited Slates Ste-i pfd .121 I'tah Copper .52V4 Virginia Carolina Chemical .... 56 Wabas-h .21% Wabaah pfd.99% \ WestfTn Maryland.nflfd Westinghouso Electric.73 Western I'nion.77 Wheeling & I.ake Erie. 5V4 Wiscxnsin Central .54 Ptttsottr^ C-oal .21 ft American Steel Foundry.?1 United Dry Goods.II?m Laclcde Gas.103 Chicago Grain Market. CHICAGO. ILLS* March .".?The wheat market broke violently here to? day following a moderate upturn eariy la the seesirn and Nosed at almost the ?bottom, with prices vh to lV??Vi below, the final figures of the pre? vious day. Corn and oats followed Urn* course of wheat and closed weak at declines of % to % and *s to Vi ,c" specttvely. Provisions also closed heavy at net Josses of 3 to 7*4. Articles Ofen High i jv Close Wheat? ? Mav .. 113V4 113*4 112 112*? July .. I04A4 105% 103*4 103% Com Mav .. 63V4 ?? ?3 ?* Julv .. ?514, ?5*4 64T* 60 Ser.-t. .. 6.1*4 6*Vi fi-">Vi ?.'''.4 Oi May .. 4.1** 4-1*4 4.1 4.1 Jnly .. 43 ?V4 ?% 42*4 aVpt -- 99% 4'?S 99% Mes? Pork, per bW. Mav .. 24 90 24.90 24.?" 24 Bl July -. 24 9? 24 90 24.57Vi24.8o Lard, per 100 lbs.? Mav .. 13.42413 42Vil3.27Hin.32Vi July .. i:.32Vi13 32Vil3.17Vil3.22Vi j Short Ribs, per 100 lbs ? Mav .. 12.85 12 85 12 ?7V412 77?4 July .. 12*0 12K2V41265 12.I2VH New York Money Market. NEW YORK. Much 1 ? Money on rail, nominal; time loans, slightly ftiwr: s'xty days. 34 per cent, and ninety day*. 3Vi*3*4: six months. .TV Close: Printe mercantile paper. 4Vj to 5 per cent. Sterling exchange firm, wit i actual business In hank rs- hills at 4.?4.*5a4.*S*5 for sixty day hills, and at 4 ?7 *5 for demand Commercial bills. 4X4V4a4M%. Bar silver. 50\. Mexican dollars. 44. Cotton Market. NEW YORK. March 5.?Cotton: Sfcyot cje?ed ?i'jiet. 20 points lower: middling cptaads. 14.75: middling gaif. 15 eO; sales. 7** hales Entrfte, opened sUady and cloned imrely steady Open Hath 1?w Chw W?ret? . . 14 73 14 73 14 5.? 14 54 Aiprll .. . - ? - 14 5? May .. .14 71 H.72 14.5* 14 53 j?Be . - 14X1 14 9* 14 2? Jnly .. .14 4? 14 4? 14 21 H 21 Ana; .. .13*5 USB 12 73 13 73 ?Upt .. . 12 ?3 Its* U? 12*' ?x-t ... 12 ?1 12 ?2 11.5* 125" *n .. . - ? - 12 34 Her - ItS* 12 37 MM E. M. HENRY STOCK? j^?OMOS ?tat lowest ehaeaes and qaickset eae cat teats m Mor?o?fc. Bell 'Phon MOE ?1? It Arcade B'da. X PHOEBU Sprains, im Sloan's Liniment 1* the best remedy for sprains and bruises. It quiets the pain at once, and can be applied to the tenderest part without hurting- because it doesn't need to be rubbed ?all vou have to do is to lay it on lightly. It is a powerful prepa? ration and penetrates instantly ? relieves any inflammation and con? gestion, and reduces the swelling. Af Here's the Proof. ?? Mr. L Roumv Hishop of Scran ton, Pa. says:?"On the 7th of this present month, as I was leaving the building at noon for lumh. I slipped and fell, spraining my srist. 1 returned in the afternoon, and at four o'i loi.lt I could not hold a pen? cil in my hand. I returned home plater and purchased a bottle of ban's^ Liniment and used it five or six times before I went to bed, and the next day I was able to go to work and use my hand as usual." Sloan's Liniment is an excellent anti? septic and germ killer? heals cuts, burns, wounds and contusions, and will draw the poison from sting of poi? sonous insects. 26c, 60c. and $1.00 Rlnill'l hnok fl?o tii>r?'i. ratdr, ? p find poultry mrnt firi-. AdSrrM Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston. Kui, USA. Baltimore Grain Varket. HALT! MORE, MD.. MlWB S.? WHEAT?quiot; spot contract, 123; south'rn on grade. Il6?4al23. OOItX?firtnei ; s|iot contract, 65%a65%. OAT*>? < asier; No. I white, '>l?4a?2; No. ) mixed, ?0. RYE?dull; No. 2 western domes I tic, KsM. [FIELD DAY EVEN1S AT OLD POINT COMFORT Interesting Schedule is Pulled Off on the College Campus?Results Given. The first monthly class meet at Old Point College was held Ktiday upon the college cam"pus. The meet was a decided success. The academic classes won the tropy with fifty-one points against twenty-six tointa Oy? the commercials. Among the juniots the honors went to the fifth class. List of events: Juniors?.10 yard dash?F. Dickin? son, first; D. McCatTon, second; Sheets, tiird. Time. .*. 4-.1 seconds. 100-yard daoh?Dickinson, first j Sheets, second: McCarron, third. Time. 13 t-4 seconds. 220 yard dash?Dickinson, first: Sheets, second; Harry, third. Tittko, 2s s-Tonds. 440-yard dnsh??Bheets. first j Dtek inte-.n. secrnd. Jlarry, third. Time. fi7 seconds. . " Hop. skip anr? jump?Bvorich. first; Sheet*. second: P. Scott, third Ins? tance, 30.2 feet. Run broad jump-?Dickinson, flrst: J. Everrich. second; Shceta, third. Distanr". 11 feet, ? inches. Running high jump?Dtckingon. flrst; J. Everieh, second. Dlstano, 4 feet. 4 1-2 inches Relay race won by flPh class. midc -t rac<- won by rudlmentry class team. Seniors-.yard 'lash?Xott, flrs': C~niz -.. con.!. W Scsi third. Time. ."1 2-T. seconds. ino.yard dash ? No:', first; Conic, second. W. Scot', third. Time. 10 2 seconds. 220-jard dash?Nott. flrst. LeVal lctte. second; Camphell, third. Time, f. seconds. 44?-.va:d dash?Campbell, first: Bverieh. second; Not?, third Ttm". avt second* Hop skip snd mww?- Ralph fJrwt: Richard? n. second; Conia third Dis taace. 17 fee* Rnnn'ns Met? Jump?Conig. Orst: Rkrhardson. second. Bvrfich. thirl Height. 11112 feet. .?*'- ?? ? " nonnd?! - RMi?j-<<v>p flut. Powell, second: JdeCarrnn. third lartaare. 2? fret. Relay race wop by academic class. For Bale Srml'tead A v. . Home. See M O IJtCKrTV 1* $?r<on ?0 l/-nd on Improved R?? Ertale M H VORJTJAN * tT) ? For Bate Armistead Aar.. Hoaae. See m O LACKFV g. S AND OLD SAIO10 BE DISBANDING Nearly Two Hundred Nicar ae.uan Rebels Reported to Have Deserted. (fly Aaaueltt.il FV.'M ) MAN ACTA. KICAKAOI A. Mmrh 5.??Arllowinj their too. nt disastrous defeat the Tovolutl'i .u \ (OrOM are rc I ?ort cd Id bo dlt.li.uiil iil neailj 2'K? nt?' n having (intrri' il in th4) \ U tility of ??an Vinceuto wiihin the past veeK. The govc-i union I am hot 'lion now Hd mit that the laearixBts inn inetB i ums in tlio Imtllo pi S.in \'ii , iiio and in the fighting last week at K| .Moni to. a small towu on the coaal el LMM Nie.irHg'iu, < asi ol S.. ? i!.|... an,I ih> roireat of the aaatorgents eft at taVaahTJ success.* <niJleate,| thai their uffu in Ii ii it ion was Beare. Raaaora are dorren i thai Osnstai I'tiamorro, the insurgent loader In anxious ;o altaudon the stugglo. l^ng disgusted with th<- lach of o-?-opera-| lion Horn Hvmpath ,eis in the pro? vince of Granada. The government authorities ti>rtay piihlish'-d a cnhlegi.im haaj I'anania in which it wan antum need that Gon ?ral Chamorro had imprisoned Goner ' a I KstT.ula, Im pr<-\iM?nal prealdsafi and liad proclaimed MaietH prcni dont. Peaaitai'i front the insurgent forces I arriving nt San Joae, jsroviuec MlJ Chontab s, say that Ike IhmsBaMa Bar rison has MM fedS)tet| I" men. They also declare thai General Ks l rada never leaves (he townu and 'hat his wife gives all order a, relating to the campaign. MOBS AND POLICE IN FIERCE BATTLE (Continued from First Page.) I operation as it had >>-s!erday which was, acc< rding to Um com pany, a lit? tle mere than one thousand. P.-oplo generally were no! willing (o take a chance of being injured and many would not ride in the cars because of principle. The company opened one new llne? in the southern part of the eity, but ifier a few trips the cars Were, with? drawn because of the frequency wltn which they were assail-d by stones and tricks. Half of the cars in ?;> etation during the day were with? drawn at iikrhifall. Street Battle Ensues. It was on Walnut strtet that the first outbreak occurred. The sight of trolley cars ; roeeodlng leisurely ?ut that t loioughfare angered the van- j guard of parad1 rs near Independence Hall and a stone was sent through the window of one of the cars. Every car that came along ran the gauntlet and there was a running fire of ?ton^s, of w-iod and other misjHex which terrified the passengers and crews. To esaciie the missiles, motor, men threw on full powtr and sent herr cars flying out of the way with heir occupants lying on the Qocf. The worm oAbreak orrurred at Nsnth and rUhart streets, in IB*) heart of the city, where the police mobilized in ,nrr iO make an imprcs sion on ssa . rr.wd and there waa a .battle which frightened onlookers. *?'o previous disturbance of th^ strike compared with this In niagni ide and intensity. Men and women, felled in the onslaught of the police, lay all eb> ut the street? and side? walks, and ?cores wore cut and bruised. Turn on Pol icemen. Subsequent to the Filbert street dls tttrtttnoe Ute re was another in Wash? ington square, in wh*ch the crowd turn* d on a small force of policemen, knocking one cf them down ?ni breaking the club of another over Ps owner's head. In the nn\ 'hat followed the men in the throiu helped themselves to ega*. ?, iodine, eanned mood*, every-! thing thev r Id get their hand* OI) from neati.: ? or-*, and pe'ied th policemen ?itli the missiles. A mount? ed squad di ; ? serf the oob. Atl dorin-j the march of th" strike sympa'hi*. ? ' ./.ens of rsrs were at? tacked Mi --.low? smashed an 1 the pass.nc - and crews forced to take refuge -.?m ?ring missiles hy l> ing r>r.? . n the Voueg Lady S The poll. ? i red four pcr*e*-.? f'tm the mn'. -< disl'ir". era Ooe man pined m ?? ?a,r"l wwgori made a aamrtay-uU- 'o freedom One of those la nin'ody Is n young worn in Mass Ad. m ? -???on, said to be the secretary ar 'he union of Mara' sawn wann make- and prominent in the reeent anil" -? list Strike. Driven a? ? irotn Indolence square, several thow-and persons eonaregated in W??h square, nea-b. \ menr . |ea the sSK uM<-ra nf aer eral o?h. . -d issrted to harsnrne the crowd A detSii moun'ed pn|k-?men d^?h<d 'I.- 'i the nrrhwsts of In dericndonce Hal and Into the throng The croad itiered right and mfl hade re th< >r*ea. The orator van tumbled off e shorjidera er the BB> | or men and was swallowed up in Iii?, , efsnah. Women Defy Arrest. Several minutes <>i sharp wm'k with tho hjQffsei and ? lubs Bei ?od the police In break up and disi? me iin> mass. A MtfAber ol itduiod |ioliocnicii utouscd Mit Ho i>f (ho crowd, und Siipcrlntcii dolit <>r Polio Tajlor. leuiing fiuther Itransits ortMMi thoni Banal I A detail of mounted |k>II<c sent to break up a dlstui banco at Klov? nth and Ch. stum sinct?. won- met h? -ovetal weinen who *howcr< d the | lue eoats with coitt.-Ui all.) ib'tlcd ;ino'. In KenHiiigttio. tlit' mill district, a crowd ot big proportion* wan . barged by mount.el ov-,r? Two person* were Injured to blow a In hi the offi? cers ,lul?h and three afreet! wcro made. Submit* New Proposition. The , iiiinlli.h- of ton tonight Bejahst a statement In which thev suliinit a IV w loini of arbitration to mmt tmm sttiko TiM |.io|m>Mllion is M lei haw I . fterl (he Philadelphia Kapid 'i'iaiisit Oeespony reinstate all employees now on strike tu their old itositioiis niuf let the euiipnnv then appoint one ar? bitral' r aad we one. These two ha he disinti ri ste.l parlies N't tin- two th.-;K laleeted choose a third person and lw>th parties to the ?tm\ ate) Kiibmit all i|iiestinns to Iba lx?\rd. The dooininn of the majority to be final und hml lug" 'I bis |no|rfisliion. i* will bo m? n. In? clude?, roi op ii it ion ef the unon. one | of the sKsui'h between the tranalt com pa in and ils striking ? mployccB DANVILLE MAN SUFFOCATES. Morgan Hotel la Damaged Several J Thousand Dollars By Fire. (By ^associated rr.-??.? OAS'VI I.I.K. VA . March t -The Morgan hotel was damaged by fire here tonight to (he extent of several I thousand dollars, halt is fully covered | by Insurance. Mr Thomas Jones, a prominent tobacconist, Who boarded lit the bot? I. was suffocated. He had lift tho lobby | Just a few minutes before the flrp| was discovered and was fwaad iat. lying on his bed by the firemen, but! lie died before reaching the street. II" was a brother of R K Jones, a prom inent and well know n tebacconist, and | Mrs. John James, mi Danville English "Boots" for America. The export of boots from Leicester to the I nited States is the subject or a report by the American consul at N'ottingnam, who describes the de? parture as "a novelty in the export trade of that district." The last shipment comprised over M9w iialrs. valued at about IBI J/Ounds sterling. The shipments are said to be the result of the lowered duty in the United Status tariff law, and tho ronsul quotes a statement that lha new trade affords "gratify? ing proof that there are Ilritlsh man? ufacturers who can boat, in pedal of ftyle and price, tho best that comes to us from across the "herring i?ond." ?Ixmdon Daily Mall. The Natural Place. Where should a vessel encounter the teeth of a gale?" "I don't know unless It Is in the mouth of a river."?Baltimore Ameri? can. Take your prescription to Hulls Cut Hate Drug Store. tf. League Gives $150. The Colored Dixie Leaepas has Just turned over to the authorities- of the Dixie hospital the sum of $<-.i to It iis<>d in the new hospital building. WOMAN ESCAPES OPERATION _ WasCured by Lydia E.Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Elwood. Tod ??' Vonr remedies bare cured me and I hare only taken six bottles of Lydia K Hnkham's ?srt*. Bban Compound. i sras nick three months and could n<?t walk. I suf? fered all the time. The doctors aahi I could riot get well without an opera? tion, for 1 could hardly stand the r Sbb in my sides, pecially my rieht and down my Hf i be pan ivsd taken only d, bat kept on ?osoon."-J|r?. X. B. St, El tarter* with t a sickly, sine three when tfee arrl who that Lydia ?'. Ifnkhatn> \ < ?-? - tahlc ( ?wnpottnd will h? lp \ <i. srrite :<? ?I r? Pink ham at l.vnn. Ms?", for >d vice- Xnmr rrit#?r ?rtn im adksaW^r^oomildcoUai, RftNT SPEC AI S 7 i'.iiiiii duelling. iiimIi iii, Washington street ,.v.$16.00 :i i.i.uii dwelling, suodorn, Washington street. 2000 7 ransn dwelling, modern ami hw, Undse A've.20.00 I room dwelling, modern, Care) atreel ..35.00 1; room dwelling rindern. Academy glittet .12.50 7 room dwelling, Wine street. 10.00 7 room dwelling, VValertronl. 1040 7 ramm dwelling, IVewporl News Avo. 17.50 1 room dwelling. ?SU W Queeu street . 5.0O KEAL ESTATE s 1 earn hoaee, modem, on HCnshiiettta atmet, ? bargain for quirk sale > kci os near I luck reo .*.$150 ; room dwelling na Ijsamlla avenue, as easy terms Geo. W. Phillips & Co. Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agent 8 South King St. Hampton, Va. Phone, No. 50. | f Get the Best Several hundred barrels of the finest Maine grown anil second nop seed ltitators left, making special low prices in quantities, lie sure and teal tile quality and get our 1 rices beforo buying. The J. W. ROWE CO., Inc. HAMPTON, VIRGINIA. W. N. Tipor Hampton's Best Notion Store. Monday Specials t-?rge double coated enam*! Merlin rooking Kettles with tops. 12 quart size, perfect goods. Worth doubb . Monday, 49c. White lined enamel Table Plates enamel Jelly cake Plates. Worth inc. Monday, Each 5c. I^rge size Enamel Walters, Worth 25c. Monday, 10c l^rge Fii-h Clobes, fine i t > stal g ess 2 gal size. Worth Monday, 59c. A.A. We have another lot of Apron and Dross Ginghams, whi?h ssa are still offerng for 5c yard. Worth tic. ' W. N. Tipor .:. The Bij Store.:. Cor. Qu^en ?V Wine Ste., Hampton. Va. Monuments Large acock of Inlsaad mssaortala, ta (matte and marble always on head. A aoetal wffl sene* ear repre? sentative at your door with a fail line uwsonTnewton tV?fts and Meente Dealers, Car. 1lsn 4 WlHlam street Having No Monty is It In S?. as* 4fSaanm *el?. aw re* ras ?trwe ?eo an a rerr asM>i aaiawat ease van. a. haws a m p?.?MiiieUei Tai'..- feawf? Saas? Wem i ?e<?? ^.asvisnwa ?sa? sat as aaaSASS |wwe? OaP at re. -n ae. at sa ?. j. MltSTEtl. Itufttt THY A GLASS of our wines or liquors If you like SOaaeasmsg real good. Offer some to tour experienced friends and they'll say you must have made a lot of money to afford such choice wine or liquor. And usually they would be right. But this is an unusual store an is shown by the extremely mode rata prices charged. Test us with a trial order. Duff G?rden Imported Sherry, per gal .$2 00 California Port.1.00 Claret .1.00 Sweet Catawba .100 Hlackberry .100 itbtne. Wine, per botUe . 60c Whiskies, full quarts bottled In bond. Mt. Vernon .$1.25 Green River .125 Mel wood.-100 Overholt.100 Old Oscar Pepper .100 (ilngerbeimer.1 00 Old Taylor. 100 Piedmont. 100 Golden Heritage .100 Hunter. 1 00 Duffy's Malt .ami Paul lor.es .7le Straight Whiskies in hulk, per gal: M-'nti cello.$4 00 Harper .4 00 Paul Jones.2.75 Old Charter . .-2.&0 Parkwood .2 00 Double Stamp Straig.it Oln .... 209 Bottled, Beer, Alo and Porter per dos .50c N. LEONARD. 18 Mellen St.. Phoebus. Va. and DON'T FORGET THIS We can reduce your PAINT b'H. guarantee yen aattsface?on. We have the PAINT that can be < t^otW by rone. We also have a cosnsdete nne -,f Fsrm and ?mrden Seed, Hard? ware. Wail Paper. Roofing Rope. Wire fencing. Be. PRICES ON 1Z\ KKYTHISG L. BORN & SON Phone 63... HAMPTON. VA "HBAOACHC" Csn he rnred. absolutely. T1STT Is sold with a guarantee by HVLI/S C Prut Store. ?A W. Qween lime for iSe. ?hey It now EAT -tM L?K? CANDY.