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CHILTQN IS OUI ON Mil Artilleryman Charged With As? saulting W, 1. Dixuti Released. BOND IS FIXID AT $1,000 Friande of Young Man m Hampton end Phoebua Set to Work for Hia Liberation After Having Ser.ed Nearly Three Montha in Jail. George Chili on. the Kon Monroe ortilleryinan. wlm in .bailed witli as tnultitii.' William T. D'.xon, the colic. tro for It II. Morgan & Company was relea?ed from the (ounty pall ?eauttay. after having aeani aaartj three months there, <>n a bond at 11,tat. ciiiitou's frleadi Bare baee working to secure bis releeoo free) jail and yesterday Hall Commission.-! Thomas i.. Beta ter decided to ac-cepi ? bond. lame? Mil.bell. E. O. Hum C. \1 Carey. E. 1? Newel! and S. V. Mln/ie?'. Hampton and Phoebus men. became bis bondsmen. Chllton is a member of the i'htr hanath company at Eort Monroe and Hands well among the soldiers. He wan for several months employed as i ion.in. ior on the liii-."" or the New? port News and Old Point Railway and Electric Company, and Is a mem? ber of Greble l?dg<?. No. 14",, I. O. o. P., which orgatizatlon has taken mncb Interest In the prisoner since his arrest. "TT"ls claimed that Chllton ussauv ? il Dix on in the heat of passion and his friends say that he had no ? liattoa of murdering the collector, inxon's skull was fractured and he was only recently able to leave ttie hospital. Chllton will likely be tried a' tin October term of the Circuit Court and until then be will resumo br? duties with his company at Eort Moi: roe. |.J? ?-? . a? If you feel down in rne mouth, sen EC LEER'S alllgatiirs. not Jonah who swallowed too little of Pl'l.I.KKS Wines and Liquors. tf Past launch for sale, cheap. In firs: dass condition. M. II MORGAN ?v co. A Sweeping Reductions on all Summer Suits Blue Serge or Light Clothing at treme-ndoue. ly reduced price?*. Von can wive nearly one half at the regnltr pritiet*. All STRAW HATS at Half Price! We have the heat line in the city and sti'l a nice aa^evtron U> be had. Come early and get the heat pick. r ? ' \^?4a*rUOJ , ?.-.. St W. Oman Street Haaaaeen, Ve MPTO KAUFMAN'S Hampton's Beat Store. V 12 l-2c DOTTED SWISS. Just received another lot of short lengths of Dotted Swiss, plain dota, fancy atripei and checks with mercerized dota. These goods are regular 20c and 25c valuea, at .12J.C $2.95 Ladies' Suits Special for Monday will corr tinue aale on Ladies' Wash Suita worth $5.00 and more at .$2.95 Chas. S. Kaufman SOCIAL-PERSONAL Mr. ,1. M. I'nwelt. wbo has been Baute ill for the past tea days, bas i. covered sutlicleiitly to be out. Miss Myrtle Mingle has retained ;r> her home in rale of Wight couiiiy. lifter a visit to her ajete*, Mrs. 0. S. Ttgeor, in Holt street. Miss Matlie E. Nottingham. Miss Morris Spencer and Mrs. Eva Tlgnor are visiting friends in Grafton. Mrs. Woodson N. Tignor bas re? turned from a visit of several days lo relative? on the Eastern Shore. M i-s George tlicUman will leave r> morrow for Eork I'ulon. where she will visit Mr. and Mrs. Ligou at the I'ork 1 nion ni au.-my She will al.so ?tell in Washington before return? ing home. Mr- Ma V. Nichols and children, ot Holy street, ?ill leave tomorro* for a visit of six ween- in Michigan and Canada. Mr. Morwood I). Harbour, of Clay ton. N. (*.. is visiting his cousin. Mr. Norman C. Harbour, tn Hort street. Mr. l.awronoe C Sullivan, who has been visiting; his parents in lilack Mone. Va. for s?-veral days, will re turn to Hampton today. Miss Lucy Souder 1? ft yesterday for Orange, county, where she will ?setat her vacation. Mr Ho'iar? Scrmnur, of Phoebus. left lust nigh! for Delaware Water Gap. !*a. where he ban accepted a liosltion v I rah nah* r and Battle Hloctuingthal, of ITiliimore, ar. ? ii-it ing Mr and Mr,, 1. Drene*. Mr Elliot Htidgins rvturned last Light from a visit of a werk to Wash ingmn, liiltinioro a:'.d Mathews rouii Mr?. ! i?-v James left Friday for le s.>n ,n r.-iponse to a telegram an? nouncing the illness ,>f her brother. Mr. R E ll'i.igins. who underwent an operation for appendicltla. CAUGHT IN THE ACT OF STEALING CHICKENS George and Edward Copeland Help Themeelwee to Fine Fowte at Back River Home. Bring unable BB realst ?he ??-rapta Una ef looking apon the flic- BBBSI *# Dehn tali?, a aa-aTo woman. <-n Hack rNe?. (??or??' empelan.]. yenra old. and Edward Cop? land, nine *eera old. and brotbera. decide?] to be'p 'heniaeiv. * to Ike chicken? Ihey hed eatheraed ,p ave of the flaea' ?ben lb*?y w?re .turril In the art and lande?! la the banda of papal? Starlit ne yo******** werrtnraet ot?t to thrlr parmi ?r. tR aaeanrrnn. when they will he given a beatina oa the ?barge of rhtrfcen ?aaaaatfl *r*r% Sfa.n free? (Vrey Crnwa. a areno eiaa of P? neoaaa. Tern enea:*, hat the B>?** ?are frrei hi* rtht !-.*nt. firee I*1 ? net to bia tairera. a Batee h?baa In Terh ?e?fy ?>??' riearht the bent aetwme a pah? ena ihr whrrl of the m BB ik Fay Ht a etnlt r**r.J?re*j a>"di?-al attaetlea t? ?be woead.d aeaa. ant i? b tataHiaa that the hint ma br aeret. Two fall letatateent ?eaaleii a? lli'U.i cet Rate Drns Store aayfct eat tap-. Thane tas. aa-ee-et N, PH( IN THE HAMPTON CHURCHES TODAY Subjects of Various Ministers in Places of Worship This Morning and Evening. Rev, Jana tSateeaoa Jarae, the pa? for evangelist of f lie Church of Cbrisi. will praank llils morning on Bumewalli Da Not a Piiaea Make," Bad loniglil on 'Songs in the MM? I light " Hible school, or which K. la, Tennis la superintendent, meets a' i? :)o a. m. Memorial Baptiat Church. This morning .,[ II o'clock, the Rev. \V. Mosby Reap, the pastor, will preach. He -win alee fill bat pulpit thai evening at I O'ClOek. The publia.' ?ill i.ceive a most cordial ireleetae I. tb.se services. Mill's Bible Class will in. el prompt ly at in I m Every man is Invited m .'bis servie. Sunday school at $-.:w a m. M.-n's prayer taeetlaf T: :;?> p. m. Player meeting ?very Wednesday evening at s o'clock. On Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock the Pealaaala Bapthn Association win un ei in this eliurch. The meetings of this iisso. ialii 11 are thrown open to the public, and it will "receive a most cordial welcome. Hampton Baptiat. 1'snal services will be conducted today in the Hampton Haptist church by the pastor. Rev. E. Pendleton .tones, and ai the eevning services ;he man's quartet will sing. Presbyterian. "The Wonderful Word," will be the ?heme of R? v. W. S. Trimble, this ?norniiig in the Presbyterian churcli and tonight, Mr. Trimble will conduc l he usual services. St. John'a Epiacopal. The usual morning services will be conducted in old St. John's Episco? pal church this morning, but there will he no afternoon services. Firat M. E. Church. Rev. George \V Wray, the p:istor, will preach this nanrniea and e?aa|ag to his congregation in the Firs: Metho? dist church. Morning subject; "A olee in the Wilderness " ; ? v?ning, *'A Call to Duty." Special music at nigh'. EXCITING RUNAWAY. Farmer's Horse Dashes Down Queen Street and Overturns Wagon. An exciting runaway occurred in ?Jiieen atieel last night, when a horse attached to a single road wagon, be? came fiighteiieU near Marsh Market corn? r. ?nd Seabed down the main business ilioroiigiilare at break neck si eed. The r'inaway occurred abeut :* e'clock ?hen ihe Itmetl were crowd? ed with the Saturday nghit bB Wlien passing the ?orner of Co?:rt ami Queen s'reefs the wagon timed over and Bhe he.l dropped hi the atmet, but the ho:se, dragging the ovriiirne? v.'hicli , eoininued to :un until the corn? r o? King and Queen str-?ts ?ere re .eh.-.l. Here the Mattaeaet animal was stoppe,?, by severai ne n and with dilficul ov( rtarned the v.? ?as dash an old colored n:;n was riding, ont besides breaking one of 'he eaaMBBV no damage wan don?- to the biggy.J occupant or the home. It was said that the runaway horse bel? nged o Mr G.-nrge Williams, who seides n? ar ?he city, and who had orne late town with i wagon load el .egetabl ... iii.ii ?in.i ?on ?inn, m > ?.??? ??d wagon was tight?-?! Oa down the street th.- wagon i"d against a buggy. :n win h (< Facts and Figures. The s-ildiers or the Russian army ?re now being supplied with compass? es with luminous needls. The ihiekmss of a keen razor edge Bated to tie about one-millionth of an inch. The plasticity of clay? may be de trrmin. ?? ? i< i?i^ and easily by ob BJ their absorp-.ot: of dye?. Ja,an is minina ll.'MHt.taM) tons of coat each v,ar, and baa dep~wits eat?. mated a: not I??.? than lJ?Hi.?aaeea ton?. A new system of telegraphtng half tone photoarapba t* ?aid to be BBB> tiaaifiiHy ia op-?rat Inn art wee? Loo tan and Manchester. Enelanrf v | inai paper, a cheeper ?? ??:l t.nfoit. I? mete by pt malea the pewtcaret ?talai late a ?hie coal [tnaj a BBBBj en pert haamtlihe paper. The petmiruni iiMluatry of Bhe t'niteri P)tat*a han inrreaaed eicht fold m it.e ??tat an yenra. aeadrepled la the pa?t 5?? yearn aad aaorr than aa paaa durada. Herr v t. Wsldihaanea. former!? ?iernea ?itettter ta **tneana Air.? ha? paeeaBf. rmaa Emperor the ?na? of z?n.i?a* ma-. rent ai* anace <?f ?he o.rrm? acbod? te Ar trat in?, '* ragua* ant Peiagney. Ihrnh that Me ?uni? Rye at am, eat gran ranaanar. te aaaaj actor OnL I )EBUS "HAS BEENS7,60 DOWN -IN STINGING DEFEAT Or. Hope's Agr?gation is Wal? loped at Hands of Yorkers at Crah Neck. Dr. Hopes "Has li? ens " met an lg nominous defaal in York enant? yea terday ajt.-i BOOB, ?aIhii th?- has. ball nii?eofCi:ib Nach look th.-m lato camp o tb?> tur? ?,f H lo 1 The 'Has ll.-i-ns had agfsMtad *a gsjty rkstorj over the Yorkers, but when the H uiiploiiians reaehej Ctak Nei-k they found that Hornsby, a youngster. Is i com teg twiiier. in fad di?? -lias Besas" sun ply could not hit Hornaky and that tells the atory of tka annas. Rip Joka? aaa ana on the Irlas ktea f"1' ''"' Il s Heens." wiih Hiittingham hold? ing down th?- llrerpad. Hoi??-,- raaghl f<ir Ciab N? < k ami altogether the York ounty l .,|s put i |i a very ebver ex? hibition. It was said last night thai Crab Mack i? certain it can defaal Ike Hampton Crabbers and a game isJike-? !y M be arranged with some of ihe lo<-al plajers Far the near fut'iic. Dr. Atkins is Defeated. Dr. William K. Atkins, the Hamilton negro physician, who has been the grand exalted rulfr of the Negro Klks of the World for tka pant tow peara, was defeated for reelecttoa in Wash ington Friday night. A n??'?! I iwy.r named Wh?aion, <-f New York, who toraaerij aecved la Iks Mlaeaota ie?;:s latii:re, was chcren o head Ike arder. Assaults Hi?- Wife. Fred Williams, color? 1. was arto.t ed last night by Offlcer Chai 1. s M Williamson on the charge of l Bannit? inj? his wiie 11?- will he given a hear? ing by Magistnte Kinney tomorrow. Real Estate Transfers . Mr*. Ida Hrightweil has purcna-eil. throigh M H. Mcrgan. tbe Walter J. ?""?arc- house and lot in Poplar avenue. I'noebus, for $1 N#. Mr. John S'oim. the tailor, yeater day bought ihe property of Mr. I O-crge Ro.i? he. in Newport News I m. ?nu?-. Hamilton. The purchase i price w:s not given. Assyrian Saals. The and. nt Assyrians nearly ?.OOO years ago put In bbbbm clay tbcir s?-als. engraved Id Intaglio upou precluu?. stones, ?d chests ami doors, in order to prevent tbelr being open.-?! There were no locks or keys in those .lavs If tln?y wished to send n patente let? ter, they would often seal it nil h a Qlppogriff. which fabulous winged horse aras retarde?! na the emblem of secr?-cy. Centuries later the <;r?-eks and Rorunns adopted similar devices ?or the same purixjse. He Whistl*d. Old f-ady (to grocer's boy)?Don't you know that It is very rude to whis? tle wbeii dealing ?vith a lady? Boy?That's what the guv'nor told me to Ate, mum. "T'old you to whistler"' '"l?alas. He Haul IT we ever sohl yoo anything wtr'd have to whistle for the money." hir Sw**ping Abiliti**. Mrs N?-uricli?L?id yon notice how grandly our dai:<-ht<-r sn.pt Into the room at Mrs l'u|ifisui? s rei-eption las? night ! Neuriih -Sure I ?1W! When It comes to sweeping Into a room Mamie wins la a walk. Hut ?hen it co?oos t? sweeping out s room sin? goe* lame. Wanted It Plain Mrs. Youngwlfir?I want to get some salad Ix-ah-r ? Y es* in. How many heads? Mrs. Yoiwrwife? Oli. cmxl nesa! I iboit-ht you took the liead? Off. I just ?vniil plain ? hi?kmi salad Appear* ocas. Magistrate ? If I ren.emlior rightly, this Is not your first appearaiv ?? In ?x>urt_ Prisoner?No. your tumor bat I hone you dont Judge by appear so? es. Insomnia "I have heen aaHaf ?Cascareis for in aomata, with which I have been afflicted for twenty years, sad I can say that Caa? caretakave carea ase asura reli??' than any other remedy I have ever tried- I shall certainly n i ib.bssb.iI tkess to aav fneada asbeiogali that tksy ara leptraeotcd." Tkaa. GilasVd. Eagia. in. AND _0L i Two full registered drnggiste at IriUlaL'fl Cut Hate imig Si..re night ?and day. Phone 288. a* eu-t?. FOR SALE. KOK SALE BRICK RESIDENCE, 7 rooms, 2 stores, bo-isi faaej f2.440; ?ar_e lot tux 12.". fe?-t, with IB ft. all?".. Las large iisi?,n with water in kitchen for I2JBB ar nui lak ? iT.'.ii 1er 111 y ae.vhjr, Inrated ia East llainpt'-n wiih a southern ox pneere. Addr.ss C. L. CROCK El I', 1819 \\ infield street, Los Angeles. Cal. Sun-Uni ??'. FOR SALE CAHHAGE I'LANTS. tomato plains and cm flowers, G. H. ROGOR, ir". Queen street SALE OF VALUABLE VESSEU Piirsuani lo a decree etiiere.l of fbe? Circil Court for the Coiin-y o. Elizabeth City on June *, Itlt, in tfc* cliaiK erv suil th? rein* pending BBttec ;!ic style of "V. s. Laakfort vs. A. T. l.aV 'leite.'' the Ulldel'.siglled r cei ara will offer tor su'cnm public ai.c ' ion ,n front of ?he Court House of %ud coi i.ty. in ihe city of llampto'i. 'I'irgini .. in Saturdav. August B, l.H'i. ;-.i 12:nu m., that certain gasoline reaael racWteret at ihe custom house, in the city of Newport News, known fis tht Se(|uoyah. Terms of sale' Cash. s. GORDON cr.MMlNG, siHNEY .1. DUDLEY, lo-lMSl. Receivers. Candidate's Notrce. I wish to aaaouaee to m.- friends and the reten of Dhaheth City county. Hampion and Phoebus that 1 .ia: i candidate for comnitssloner of tea revenue, subject t<? the l>emo rrvu primary t i be L 11 next apring. I will appreciate the ?ota and sup pOti ol any roter. T. A. Sinclair. Salesladies Wanted. APPLY TO W.N. Tignor Cor.Queen & Wine Sis. SPECIAL SALE ON Mason Fruit Jars One Pint ? ? ? ? 45c One Quart ? - ? ? 48c Two Quart- ? ? ? 68c The Greatest Bargain^ Them Al!. Wm.H. RAPEPORT 20 Weat Queen Street. k Baal Auction Sale of Drug Store and Fixtures Thurslay An?ni?t 11. v? r-ill Bell '->r a party retiring: from nnsineas all *t the stock and fixtures at W. Queen ?treet. ?MMsiatinir, of -' -'??> eota, .'ountain, iron rafe, national cash realster, toor sbow caaea. ltrenae soot until 1*11. and other tain** too numero?* to mratkin. WHITE FRONT AUCTION HOUSE A ixrt?en ear. '5 W. Qeeew ttreet. Hampton, Va Specialty Here!! it KLttEt* TIMING BUGGIES. MOaSE SHOC'NG. WHEEL Woif.HTlNG WORK. OENetAL BLACK?. MITMIHG. I al?n make a f? ature of rnpntrtac ?md aharprntna law?, aacwrrm. t?are ?aaee her?, aleara en. R.L. TENNIS :*ernaeew'a Li?d"| Ornerai B*act? erortMraB M?wee. at Ceert ttreet. Paene BBe. D POINT. ?J Ann ax Hatraa**. U North Mag Siraal; Mal* fcntraac, 1.2.14 Waal Vue.a Slraal Short Kimonos 48 cts. THESE SHORT KIMONOS ARE MADE OF VERY GOOD QUALITY LAWN IN SMALL NEAT PATTERNS; ALSO LARGE FLORAL DESIGNS MADE IN SEVERAL STYLES .4?c I Rowe's Departm't Store ^BBB?BSBBBB*BBBBB? .BBBBBBBBflBBBBBBBBBBB*M JUST ARRIVED A brand new stock of all the leading magazines and daily newspap? ers, writing paper, envelopes, pins, Inks, penholders, pencils, ink stands, post cardj; everything in the stationery line. If you can't come yourself send your little girl and if you haven't got a girl send A LITTLE BOY Wo will treat him right and sell him our goods at cut sale prices. THE CUT RATE STORE SCHRAUDT'S OLD STAND. AT tocaiik Lackey's Real Estate Directory East Queen street .$10.00 (College Place.) 229 Artaistead Ave . 25.00 32 N. King street .35.00 Rudd street.SS.im 301 Washington 3treet ... 14.00 307 Washington street .. 18.00 245 Carey street.35.00 Victoris Ave.30.00 Victoria Ave.m%M Collier street .15.00 Locust street.15.00 Uandoioh street.16.00 Without Modern Conveniences. Kim street . 6.25 Maple Ave. 8.00 2"'6 Lee street. 14.00 Stores. N. King street .20.00 256 Lee street .14.00 East Hampton, East. Hampton, North King street... 6.00 For Sale?River Farm. 75 acres well loaded on river; fair house, barns and out buildinga. Terms easy. Newp-jrt Ne./vs Ave. Lot Price reditceJ for quick sale. Buckroe Beach?Cottage locat? ed uirectly on the w&t'r front. 60 foot lot. I'rice, $2,100. Newport News Ave. Home S room dwelling, good large lot running through to streeL Terms tS/tt cash, balance long time. M. 0. Lackey MANAGER, THE PHILLIPS-LACKCY CO. PEAL ESTATE, RENTS, LOANS, INSURANCE. AUCTIONEERS 8 East Queen St., AND BONDING. Hampton, Va. mm A ??-room house on Hope street. Phoebus ?or $1,immi on easy termi?. Eight room house near Klondyke with two lots at less than the house cost on reasonable t?rms. Cheapest lot on Viatoria Avenu t near Darling's corner. See us for price and terms. . k? ] One sere lot with seven room house on La Salle avenue, ni? fruit, for $1.7.".?. S??e BH fir cas;- terms. Two best lots in Phoebus for $650 to quick buyer. *? FOR RENT?W??"n bath, two ile-irabk- rooms on South King street. Houses on Victoria avenue. I*>< Btseet, Chappel street, Washington ??treet and all the o:her BBjaj-ita . H. MORGAN & CO.. INSURANCE, BONDS, LOANS. NOTARIES, AUCTIONEERS. HAMPTON. PHOkkUk pasakalaBBsssnwkteaBBSBssB^^ ?P Desirable Property for Rent WITH MODERN CONVENIENCES. Cary ?-?reel. 1" ro >m*. \ I mc strati. IB rooaas . Wash ?art nr> ? -no?* -.*. Mb?past News avena? S rontt.r. La?e strea-?. ? rooau .... Lee ?irret. ? renia .. H'.Jt Btraast rT?>ias. ? Dnadste atara and ? ?Bestes N. K mi asaajgl akarn? K W. Qua en ntrrr. % . K. . M - . H"' is-??; 1'. ..i G. W. PHILLIPS & COMPANY INSURANCE. kONOk, LOANS, NOTARIES. AUCTIONEERS. ? SOUTH BHNO STREET. MShlPTON, VA. PMCNEk. SO ANO 37%.