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?Jix\\ "Two bottles Cured My Rheumatism' " I have been a suf? ferer fium rheumatism lor about two years, and have used MM lini? ments and patent medi? cines which gave nn !?? relief. A lady friend of mine told me she had used your Liniment ai.d found relief at um e. 1 Kot two bottles and they cured me. I think it is the best Liniment a person can have in the house. I shall alwavs keep a bottle in my house as lut.g as 1 can get it."?Mks. E. R. Wallace, Morrisons, Va. Another Letter. 9 Mrs. James Mi.Graw, of 1216 Mandevtlle St., New Orleans, La., writes :? " I take pleasure in writing to you tJ1.1t I bad a pain in my arm for five years, actl 1 used SLOAN'S LINIMENT for one week and was completely cured. I recommend Your Liniment very highly." Sloan's Liniment instantly relieves stiffness of the Joints, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Sprains, Neuralgia, Sciatica and Lumbago. Better and cheaper than porous plasters. At All Druggists. Price 1?.V., GOc. and Sl.OO Moan'. Trent I.? on the Horn? cent I r.-e. AtlilrMl DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. CT Wood, Lime, Cement! Sole agents for Hard Wood Char? coal and Otto Coke. Your patronage solicited. Benson, Phillips & Co,, Twenty-fourth St. A Virginia Ave. Both 'Phones 7. FINE OLD rl 1st* WHISKEY Delicious in flavor, very high in quality and perfect in purity. Produced by expert blending of straight old Kentucky Whiskies. "Bottied only in Kentucky." COFER Agents Newport News. Virginia. Bel! 'Phone 296?Crtz. 458 Use Our riazda Lamps And cut your bill in half. With everything bought, a souvenir will be given. Driver Electrical Co. Both 'Phones 148. Residence, Citx. ?Phone 195. .. The.. DELMONT ^ LUNCH .:. Is the busiest place In town. There is a Reason. !t is clean and up-to-date. The prices are moderate and you get what you want when you want It, quick. The Hotel Newport for your m*>alc or yonr mom. Prion and qoal ity guaranteed Triowt- J. HrnDUCT Proprietor EXCHANGE HOTEL JOHN VTNEY, Proprietor f,arge. airy rooms. Southern and Western exposure: moder? ate rates; centrally located. 2606 Washington Avt. >OK WiTH GA '3 jbYlit've Ease in Call Money to be Deceptive. MAHKtl TONE IS AFFEC.ED Supplies Offered to Lend On Time Are Scanty and the Market for Com? mercial Paper Is Thin?Depression I? Caused by Political Canvass. (By Associated Freasl NSW YORK. Oct. 2?.?Tb?? tone of the market wax affected today by the attitude of the banks toward borrow? ers. The show of ease In the call money market Is thought to be de? ceptive and due to the desire of lend? er? tu keep resources available for prompt recall in expectation of high? er rates. The supplies offered to lend on tim? are scanty and the m* hat for commercial paper is thin. The drain on the cash holdings of the banks to meet interior demands causes a more rapid rate uf shrinkage in deposits than in loans and broad? ens the excess of loans over deposits. The placing of $10,000.000 of one year 4i per cent. Michigan Central notes, in Paris, had an unfavorable influence on sentiment, although In? dicating a possible resource tor ur? gent credit needs of the railroads. The high interest rate paid, however, and the short term of obligation are said to reflect dissatisfaction by the borrowers with the terms and a hope that more favorable conditions may be looked for at a later period. The reappearance of the short term rail? road note and the accompanying ex? cess of bank loans over deposits] make a combination distasteful to fi-| naucial sentiment. The approach of last week-s pollti-| cal canvass makes for speculative re-| straint and depression, through fears of sensational developments which] might threaten a violent shift In the| probabilities of the resulL There was less than the estimated decree in cash traceable In the bank statement, but it outran the reduction in the reserve requirements secured | by the loan contraction and the scal ling down of deposits and resulted inj an inroad of over a" million dollars.! on the surplus item. Bonds were irregular. Total sales par value $70.000. United States bonds are unchanged on call. Total sales for the day. 178,800 shares, In? cluding: Sugar. 100; Chesapeake & I Ohio. 400; Louisville & Nashville, | r>00; Norfolk & Western. 100; South era Railway. 100; Tennessee Copper. 900; Virginia-Carolina Chemical, 600. Closing Bids. |AllIs Chalmers pfd. 32% Amalgamated Copper . 68% j I American Agricultural . 4~ Vi j I American Beet Sugar . 37 American Can . 9*4 j American Car and Foundry. 53% j American Cotton Oil. 65% j I American Hide and Leather pfd. 2:: I American Ice Securities. 17 (American Linseed . 12 American Ijocotnotive. 40 American Smelting and Refining 79% | jAm. Smelting and Refining pfd.104 American Steel Ftwndrie?. 49 I American Sugar Refining.118 American Tel. & Tel.140% I American Tobacco pfd. 93%! American Woolen . 32 Anaconda Mining Co. 42 Atchison .104% Atchison pfd.101% A lantic Coast Line .117 Baltimore ft Ohio.108% Bethlehem Steel . 32% Brooklvn Rapid Transit . 77 Canadian'Pacific .198% Central Leather . 34% Central Leather pfd.105% Central of New Jersey.225 Chesapeake ft Ohio. 82% Chicago ft Alton . 30 Chicago Great Western. 23*4 Chicago Great Western pfd. 48 Chicago* Northw.3*tern.1*8% Chicago. Milwaukee ft St. Paul . 124% .CCI St. Louis. 73 Colorado Fuel and Iron. 33% Colorado ft Southern . ?9% Consolidated Gas .136% Corn Products . 1"% Delaware ft Hudson.169 Denver ft Rio Grande. 32% Denver * Rio Grande pfd. 75 Distillers' Securities . 31% Erie. 82% Erle 1st pfd. *8% Erie 2nd pfd. 35 General Electric .155 Great Northern pfd.127% Great Northern Ore Ctfs.155 Illinois Central .?'* interborough Met. v. 22 Ir.ierborough M-?t#pfd. 67% Inter. Harvester .Ill inter. Marina pfd. 17 International Paper . 12% International Pump . 42% Iowa Central . 19% Kansas City Southern. 32% Kansas City Southern pfd.?* fueled* Ga? .'"*% LoaisTllle * Nashville .1*6 Minneapolis ft St l?uis. 2?% Mian. St. P. ft S St* M.127 Missour . Kansas ft Texas. 34% MisaonrL Kanaaa ft Temas pfd . ?4 Missouri Pacific . National Riacait 9.11* National Lead . jPW National Rys. of Mexico 2nd pfd 33% Hew York Cental .11? New York. Ontario ft Western.. 42S Norfolk ft Western .9* North America* . Northern Pacific .lit Pacfllc Mall . ** sylvan la .W% People . Oaa .1*f rwiafcnia c, C ft At. I/mi*? fit pttubure coal . ? Press.-* S?~l Car .14% Pullman Palaee Car .1? Railway Steel Spr.ng . ?% Readin* .1?T% RepubHr Sfe*l . .. ?4 Republic Steel pfd. ?7% Rock lalaod Co. ? I Kock IhIhiiiI Co. pfd.64 Louis a San Kran l'u.l pld Igt. Louis Southwestern. tn^f [Si. UuuIk Southwestern pM _ 67 | Slt.se She I field Steel-and lion.. &1 Vn Southern Pacific .H04 Southern Hallway . 2f?4 Scutticm Railway* pfd. i.K I Teuues-see Copper . i<% Texas d PmcHc . 2? l o.oiio, St. Louis-* Western_26 Tetovo, St. IaiuU * Western uld kl Uu.on Pacific . l?A% Cniou Pacific pfd. ?2 Unluwd Statvs Realty. I* United Stales slubber . 3i% United States eVeel . ,s>? Uulte? States Steel pfd.. mi, Utah Cupper . 49% ! Virginia-Carolina Chemltai . .. ti44 (Wabaah . IS Waba?h pfd. 384? j Western Maryland . 48 Wrstiiigbuuxe Electric . ttfhj Western Union . "24 | Wheeling a Lake Er.e. 6 I Chicago Grain and Provisions Market. CHICAGO, ILL., Oct. 2?.?Lowest prices of the year were reached In I 'the wheat market today juxt before| I the close and the months showing M world's shipments pnumiaed some? what less than bad previously been I counted on and the dead w eight of I the expected total badly discouraged holders. The final quotation,, sere l'-tiiUr lower than last night other grain suffered In sympathy, corn be? ing pulled down V> and oatal %aijr. Provisions at the finish [ I ranged from lie advance to 124c de I cline. Open Hlgb. Ixjw. Close. Wheat Dec ... 92 92% 9u\ 9<l%j May ... 98% 984 97 ?7 July ... 95% 95% 95 95 Corn? I Dec. ... 46 % 46% 46 46 May ... 49% 49% **\ 4K% I I July ... 50% 50% 494 4941 Oats? [Dec. ... 31% 31% .11 31 May ... 34% 34% M% 34%] [July ... 34% 34% 33% 33% I Mets Pork, per bbl.? I Jan ...17.no 17.10 16.97 IT.M [May ...16 12 16.12 16.U0 16.00 Lard, per 100 lbs.? May ... 9.70 9.75 9.67 9.67 Oct. ...13.00 13.20 12.90 ULM Nov. ...11.52 11.66 UM ILM Jan. ...10.20 10.25 ISIS M.U Short Rlba, per 100 Iba.? |Oct. ...11.00 11.00 1U97 10.97 Jan. ... 9.10 9.10 9.05 SSI [May ... 8.87 8.87 8.82 8.82 New York Cotton Market. NSW YORK. Oct. 29.? Spot cotton | [ closed quiet, 35 points decline. Mid I d?ng uplands, 14.40; middling gulf, 14.65. No sales. Futures opened steady and closed | I easy. Month. Open. High Low. Close. October ... 14.38 14.45 14.35 14.40 November . 14.17 December . 14.48 14.48 14.16 1422 Jaraary .. 1447 14.41 14.05 ltilo February . 14.14 March . 14.38 14.46 14.13 14.15 April. 14.11 May . 14.47 14.52 14.15 14.24] June . 14.40 14.40 U -z\ July . 14.43 -4.46 14.19 14 -u| August . 14J5 14.17 .. Treasury Statement. WASHNGTON, Oct. 29.?The oondi [ tion uf the treasury at the heginnlngj jof business today was aa follows: Trust Funds. Gold coin, $899,232,669. Silver dollars S488.494.0O0. Silver dollars of 1890, $3,520,000. Silver certificates outstanding,$4S>\ [ 494,000. ? General Fund. Standard silver dollars In general | fund. $1.199.699. Current liabilities. $112,965,163. Working balance in treasury offices, ( $30.466.125. In banks to credit of treasurer of | I the United States, $35.591.268. Subsidiary silver coin. $17.071,364. Minor coin, $611.404. Total balance in general fund, $84, I 634.363. New York Money Market. NEW YORK. Oct 29.?Money on [call nominal. Time loans Arm and dull; 60 days, 4%a4% per cent : 90' I days, 5: sis months. 4%a5. Prime mercantile paper. 5%a6 per cent. S'erllng exchange easy, with actual business in bankers' bills at 482 15a 482.40 for 6'i-day bills and at 486.10a 486.20 for demand. Commercial bills 481%a482%. Bar sliver. 56% Mexi j can doilera. 46. Government bonds steady. Railroad bonds irregular. Baltimore Grain Market BALTIMORE. MD. October 29 ? Wheat?Weak. Spot contract, 93 %c: Southern on grade. 88%a93%c. Corn?Firm Spot. 54%c. Oats?Firm. No. 2 -white. 37%a 37 %c. Ry?? Steadv No. 2 Western do? mestic. 79a80e WHERE SURGERY FAILS Cutting Won't Remove the Cause of Piles. Piles m?avn more tbaa merely the pain of the stubborn hole tumors. There is a condition inside Chart must be dealt with. Canting m usually fol? lowed with later and woran attacks. permanent enre can only he Bxadc by bettering the condstoa of the parts and getting a free circulation ef the blond Deal Sail ceree all kJaMJs of piles by asternal action right oa the cmner. *>ld by A R G Klor. Neevport Mews. and a?n~r tswk ft It fails $1 per bottle Do I^-mrhardt, B. Buffalo. K T. _ O-MGHT LiwV^ccCsi Hampton, OIK TRUST-HIDDEN: IR. 15 RECKLESS W. R. Hearst Takes Fling ta Both the Ex-President and Democratic Candidate, i WOULD HELP ROOSEVELT RID STATE OF BOSSES Independence League Leader Replies to Editorial in New York World Referring to Himself as (supporter of the Rough Rider and Says the Charge Is Not Correct. (By Associated Press) NSW YORK. Oct. 2?.?The New York World will print tomorrow a let? ter from William Randolph Hearst, under date of October 2H, in part a* follows: "An editorial in your paper Wed? nesday referred to me as a supporter, tr. rather, a co-operator, with Mr. Roosevelt "This is not in strict accordance with ihe facia. During my sojourn abroad this summer your corr<R|>ond ent, tnaauently interviewed tne ?"<! often sawed my opinion of Mr. Roose? velt's actions, utterances and inten? tions. "You must know perfectly well from the opinions I expressed in these Interviews, which were published in your columns, that I am not in any M BM ? supporter of Mr. Roosevelt. "I know him to be astonishingly in. consistent, and J cannot reccm ii.- ho great Inconsistency with slncerl!\ W with high purpose. Vain and Selfish. "I know him to be ambitious, vain and selfish, reckless and erratic, and I do not consider these qualities com? patible with a sound policy or a safe conduct of public affairs. "The air Is now full of denuncia? tion of Mr. Roosevelt, some of It wholly deserved and some of it en? tirely unjust. I am not a co-operator with Mr. Roosevelt, yet I am not so prejudiced or so partisan that 1 would not co-operate with Mr. Roose? velt or any other man sincerely en? gaged in some worthy and commend? able undertaking. "When, for instance, Mr. Roosevelt declared that it was nL- intention to drive the corrupt bosses out of the Republican party in New York state. I expressed a willingness to aid him in that particular praiseworthy pur? pose. i$ * "Hat Mr. Roosevelt's opposition to bosses is too personal, too limited, too restricted. In bis own state Mr. Roosevelt did no more than to depose Moss Barnes, who was his personal enemy, and install as boss of thes'ate Republican party Mr. Root, who is his personal friend. "i am now. and have been, heart? ily In favor of the Independence League ticket as constituted in tuis campaign. Hia Fling at O x. "Your editorial finally reters to the amply substantial statement* that 1 have made In regard to Mr. Dtx'a boss-ridden record, trust record, high tariff record and sweat-shop labor record as exploded campaign slan? ders. "This editorial reference Is not in accordance with the facts. "The charges that Mr Dix is Mr. Murphy's 'political puppet.' that ha is 'associated with one trust and sap ported by all the other trusts upon the criminal calendar;' that he u> on record as an advocate of high fcarS and high prices, and that he i* ac'ual ly engaged aj present shamwfullv working his employes thirteen hours a day for th* pitiful wage of $1.75 a day, are absolutely established." EPISCOPAL CHURCH AT WARRENTON !S BURNSD Portion of the Business Section of the Virginian Town Is Swept by Flames. ? ST Associated Preen) WARRKNTON. VA.. Oct. ? ? Fire, which originated Kate tonight !n 1 Ill he"'-, carriage and paint shop, de? stroyed a portion of the busineas sec? tion of the town. St. James Episcopal church and rectory and threatened to spread to the residence section, caus? ing a panic among the residents. Many of whom fled from their homes At midnight the fire wsa under control after the Pre departanent and i it liens had made a hard fight, han? dicapped by a low water supply. Be? fore ih? flames were checked, a large house near the burning church, was dynamited to prevent spread of the fir. to resiliences The Iowa is estimated at S44.MA. partly covered by insurance St .lames church, which was vsldfcd at SM.aoa. ta a total ruin. The eaaaw of the fir* is believed to have beeq spontaneous rorobustkn. Other buildlnca destroyed were Martin's plumbing shop. Kirby's me*' market and a small hotel. No per? sons were injured Reform Financial System WASHINGTON. I? C. Ort *?? Af Mr on* month of active negotiations between American bankers and the Chines* government, ihr propose* l&a.aaa.eoo loan to enable too C*W ttal empire to reform Jra flnanr.el syctewi. seeeaa to be an assured fact Phoebus and Old Point Just try O B. B. Special. RECEIvTr? 8AlE The undersigned are auttiortied to reecho offer* fur (ho purchase of the gasoline boat SEQUCYAH. Fur fnrther |>ai t Iciilai s apply to S. CORDON ('I'M MING, SIUNKY .1 DtTDLBY, Receivers of A. T, l.avalette ft Co JS-tf. HOMEMADE SAUSAGE Home Killed Veal Dressed Poultry Todays Specials at JOHN HOPE'S Meat Market 48 W. QUEEN ST. 'Phone 433. Everything In Season. READ THIS AD. It's to Your Interest You'll be surprised to see such a nice line of Ladles' Tailor-Made Suits and Voile Skirts. Silk Underskirts and the very latest styles of Raincoats In a private house and we ran save you money either for cash or credit. And we can give you terms to suit you. The one best way to convince yourself Is to see our line. Open even? ings. 1. J. GOLDSTEIN ?7 Hope St., Hampton, Va. Charge It! TWO FARMS FOR SALE >. ."?"> acres more or lees of valuable farm land located ou Hack River -Road pjse half mile outside of UM corporatod limit of tho City of Hunm ion. This furni has a front kef on Hack River Road uf 1043 and one fourth Net to New Hrldge. then fol lowing tike ituck River 1!?::! feet Any oiio desiring a dairy farm won all convenient resources, and within ten minute* diive to the center uf the city will doubtless bo ttVOrahly Impressed with t.'ie fine location of this farm for dairying. This farm is grail adapted to truc k farming. The land If rich and fertile, have been hauling stable manure mi It for twenty yean. This farm || con? venient To- all kinds of labor. Also ?; acre farm adjoining ami frontiug 3:1? feet on Bach Riv. r Road If not sold privately before. Will sell Saturday. November .".th. 1910. In frout of tho Court House. Hampton, Va.. to the highest bidder at boos. For further Information apply to any of Um real estate agents or to THOMAS HARhfOND, 140 VV. Queen Street. Hamilton, Va. Ladies' TailorMade Suits At the lowest prices. We Just received a shipment of line Tailor-made Suits in all the la' est styles. Prleee tanging from" $7.4S to $22.00. You will pay more for Suits elsewhere. Skirts We carry tho largest line of Tailor-made Skirts on this Peninsula, Our $1.98 cannot be duplicated for d-m ble the money. Oiber Skirts up to $12.98. Silk Petticoats We have a fine grade Silk Petticoat for $2 48 up to $7.4H. VVrn. H. Rapeport 20 W. Queen Street. Architects and builders have long been seeking a satiafactory substitute for woo* and metal lathing. Perfection haa been realized in The "Hercules" PlastenBoard 33 13 Per Cent on Plaster Not only does t b e " Hercules * Plas'er Board take the place of laths, but al? ee the first and most ex? pensive coat? ing of wall plaster, cre? st lag there? by a saving of 23 1 3 per The "Her culee" Plan- ' ter Board i ran be ap- 1 piled in one third the time required on wooden or metal laths? a saving of I ?< 3-3 per cent on la- ' bor alone. I No moist? ening of the surface of " Hercules " Plaster Board being neces ?ary. n sav? ing in time of over So per cent, us? ually requlr ed Iff the dry in* out pro? cess of ordl nary con? struction I? 25 Per Cert. On Fuel. The "Her? cules" Plas? ter Hoard will reduce the fuel o.uv e o n a u n; ps tion from 2-i to per ceet. ?the two lay era cf heavy fibred paper used in its manufac? ture being equal to at least eight ply of rrun in*. The "Hercules" Plaster Board has Ifta to K.o Per Cent Ornate* Tensile Strength ihan any Plaster Hoard on the market. It is lieht. It is flexible A not, conductor of sound If will not shrink or le. east Is impervious to heat and cold. It is economical and is eas? ily epplted. We solicit your request for further information. Manufactured By The Plaster Products Co. Hampton. Virrjnia.