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C. E. THACKBR, Editor and Manager.
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M, KISSi ?N T. > < '< ?STEST,
it Is said that Mayor Melvi.-.-.
Cleveland. wIM make the repo
the legislative investigating
mlwe, which charges Mark I
with attempted bribery, the basis
contest against Hanna in the ? n
?If aiuyor -M' l<ja*.fTT lias cuiy liu
^W?P*^'''-'' "''''1". '""I II '*
umfd that he has. he b iJ bet
ahead and attend to that and
the Ohio boss in undisputed p ss
of n:s p,.?iii--n in the upper hot
the national Congress.
d t i
doubt that there was
and briber}- on b .tb si
?with the McKisson gai
did not haw- money en<
didn't want to spend
the matter h<is been <!.
has been declared th.
feated candidate, ha
?yield gracefully to the
Contests in th- Sen:
y. there ore few Instances oin r cord wie-. ,,
the contestant has come out winner.
Tiie conservative spirit of that august
foody is so great and the horror with
which its members regard' any pr posi?
tion which tends to involve a colleague
In a scandal make it almost impossible
for a man to be . tjsted after he lias en?
tered tbt--i Charmed circle.
. Even If the Senate mud,- a specialty
of contested eases the CP <veland Mayor
would have little chance of securing a
?verdict against th.- }>:?- ii,,ss. Hanno
4ias the entitle Influence- or. the adminis?
tration 'back of him and this would no
; doubt count for a great deal In a con
;.;fctst to r-i .in his seat in the Senate.
Of course, Mayor McKlsson has the
right to nmk- a tight against Hanna,
tout if he has anything else to do -,t is
Bjj JUSl forty-- -?f., yea
? the American g'overi
i engaged in patrolling .
B to prevent the depart!
ft; -Expeditions from this
?^v.iA?u?' at irregular int
Sjt -then, the great ref.-utlj
|? this petty Rjt cost y (>
I ftt-ti-- command of S
gBJ pr- ss.
% It has taken our er
B Tory a long time :?>
6lon. Th-. re an a
UJ: Americans who thin
ig?i as well as monoton?.
is in order
; It is too lat
i'-'thorities to :
P .Minister Dup
I action in pr-.
? with his pas*
: SaVen hod thi
ffVas the Snci lei
B the hypocrisy
nH-int in Its d
9 States are I
...will no longei
? ; tnuke hiti..--:f
B son why th-. <
I chagrined ove
< Ttt- Dire-;- ;. .. .. ,J :, .:
?month will be about $t;.i
na-tely the Kansas 1'ac.li
'be auctioned, off ub rit th
so that we shall stil luv.
;<3je right side o:
It Is difficult to uti.ie;s
'esteen-K-d contemporary s
over such a email affair a
of $<3,000,?a> between exjy
ceijrts. So i :-:ig as. there i
-Mr. DIngley's optimism a
names lins grown to bo n record of the
words and deeds of men of like passlcius
with ourselves. Tin bygone faces look
if modern man and claim
forth by tin mi
the universal 1
name call? up
light of uastoi
be,win, nt di it
What a picture the I
lime sph tutors, of the
s. the Bolt breath ot
_juntries claim such antiquity. Of
none do the csthmiled dates differ more
widely. An accumulation of dilllcultics
meets the Huden;, sis. ii docs the explorer,
a period ol yi urs almost b. yond ? on.puta
tion, a lunguiige at lirst uudeolplicrabie,
and even uow but imperfectly rail, trans?
lations proved later to bu Incorrect, hasty
guesses of scholars anxious to establish
some favorite theory, broken monuments,
rilled tombs, inscriptions erased ami al?
tered. Among all these difficulties lion
the way. hot with patience and care and
with inniginulion tor n Servitut, not
master, one arrives, us the. French say?at
icasl in a measuri?at last. ? heigh North
in Lippincotfs Magazine.
KiBW adv I-; 1 it 1S e m k xt.-'
Madam Ladell, Clairvoyant,
Formerly of West Virginia, is now lo?
cate.: ot ?21 Twenty-sixth street, Kew
ort News., wli re she will be pleased
o te'd your punt, pres. nt and future.
Uttings every day except Sunday,
f. i I-lm
SANITARY NOT ICE
SANITARY 1 'El \VI tTM ElNT.
Newport News. Va? Jan. 28, 1S98.
Mr. W.A.i tr:. v. Sir:?You are rc-spect
i' .1. I'a I ii : ETT. iSon
SAIM'l W. HOBS ON,
A- '- i-: t-'- ..r"
-?- -"' ?*? 'I- "S-iti v
Home Made Bread
Sometimes causes indiges
inconvenlence. You will have your cake
and bread just as you want it, if you
buy it here. You will be helping your
health and saving your time -and pa
! tience if you trade with us.
A. B. WILiliNK,
127 27tli St near Washington A\e
First National Bank.
i*: OLT>IER5' HOME THEATRE,
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Monday Night, February 14,
a not in: it
A Vivid Picture of the
SEE f?8~2? SEE
Htglr-Class Specialties !
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When Visiting Phoebus Call at
5 TfiOS. tt. DOUGHTY. 1
# PROPRIETOR. 5
f House,r Newpfort' News. 'Your 8
# patronage solicited, (live us a *
-!. near Mallory. h
PHOEBTS, VA. j
Contractor ami Builder
NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
Plans and S|>< ci?cations Prepared on
H?ET8E WORK A SPBCEAXrTl..
Continues tor 2 Weeks More
And the opportunity for you to buy goods at
such ridiculous prices will never occur again, as
we do not intend to carry any stock from our
present store to our new store?-^GIO Washing?
There uro oniy a few of the TJntrimmod Felt 'Hats left and if
you want one to finish the season with now is your time to T>uy.
These goods sold for 4S cents to $1.48, your ehoice now 9 cents.
ChBldlren's Tamoshanta Caps, all sty".' s, 1!? cents.
(Better hrad- s that sold Tor 50 and 75 cents, 33 cents.
All colors or Quills at 1 cent.
Wings in block and .ill colors at 13 cents a pair.
[Parrots that sold at $1.25 and US cents, your choice IS cents.
Aigiettes in ail colors at 0 cents.
V lv teen in green. b'rown. Cardinal and scarlet, a regular 37 l-2o
quality, now 19 cents a ya:?l.
Black Taffeta in jilaKn and mouse, a regular 36c quality, now 19c
Striped rfhfbons In all c 'iors now 19 cents.
Plain colors in Satin Grosgraiin Ribbon, No. 5 at 4 cents a yard.
No. 7 at 6 cents ,i yard. X?. 9 -it 7 cents a yard. No. 12 at * cents a
yard, "No. 1C at 10 cents a ya rd and No. 22 at 12 1-2 cents a yard.
Children's Silk Caps.
We still have n rJlee line that you can get less than actual cost.
Plain (1?.'.-grain White Cat", was 39 cents, now 19 cents.
China Silk Can. ? rnbtoid red, was 75 cents-, now 89 cents.
(All of our Jl.no and $1.25, In all styles and sizes, now 59 e<nts.
Our $2.00 an i $2.50 Silk Caps, now US cents.
Our Dress Goods Cs showing
1- asc you yet as there is a i
Ith therv is a 40-inch Serge li
re effects of this sale, but
"1 stock to select from. '1
ilack or blue, a regular 3'
.is-Inch Novelty I mess Goods that soldi for 42>,ic a ya:d, now
36-Ench All Wool Dress Goods, in medium colors, for 19 centi;
All Wool Dress Gods, worth 35 o r.ts, in different colors, no
40-Inch Uli k Figured Serge, 40 cent quality; at 25 cents.
(16-inch Illach IFHgui-ed llohaiir, 25 cent quality, at 17 cent.'
An extra grade of Black Henrietta Cloth, ;t r gultu? 45 cent
II at 3'i; cents a yard?ail colors,
at 7% cents a vard?oil eolors.
Embroideries and Laces.
, . It is your time now to buy as they have never been sold so 'hear
; Sucih as open work iimtbrold eries tit l'i. 6V4 andi 9 cents per yard.
i Val Lace at l'-j. 2, 3 and ;"> cents per yard.
These are extra good values Cor the mron?y.
Two Specials in Cotton Underwear.
51.00 Gown, trimmed with point er
$11.00 Ski.: t trimme?!' with a 9 -ami 12
iroidery and inserting at 69c
inch embroidery at Gu cents.
i All of the prices mentioned in our previous adver
[ tisements still prevail.
? Among them w>:re such as Lancaster Apron Ginghamsa.t 4%c yard
t Androscoggin Cotton at 5 3-4 cents yard?10'yards to each customer.
, Forrest Mills Cotton at 5Mr=. a yard.
1 Sheetings at 12';,, and 15 cents a y.nrd.
? Caiiiti'n Flannel at 3 3-4 cents a yardl s.
t Bridal IRtose Soap at 3 eents a cake?1 box to each customer.
al Dry Goods House
Fixtures Fop Sale.
IS j^^^rV*S^i^i^^^^S^S^S^^^^9 S @^^0>^^^^il^@l^^jiJ s!fVt^a^irA^ ?t^r:^V"j^c> j S
5 >PV !-? ~)T I /\ I _ SET'S I IN PKOPORTION,
No charge for extracting where teeth are ordered.
PAINLESS EXTRACTING.50 cents
SILVER PILILTNG.50 cents up
GOLD FILLING.$1.00 up.
TEETH CLEANED.75 cents.
iRUXll? WORK AND CROWNS, 22 KARAT GOLD. $5.00 I ER TOOTH.
Mil u/ork Guaranteed.
DR. R LEE ROBINSON, Dentist,
?. O, Building, over Daily Press Of;ice, Newport News. Va.
)fHce Hours 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Sundays, 9 A. M. to 12 M.
!f you want a building lot
Buy it of the
Old Dominion Land Gomoanu
Lots for sale on easy terms in all sections of the
Finely located business lots on Washington ave.
Farms for sale or rent in Elizabeth C<ty, War?
wick and York Counties.
Old Dominion L>and Company*
room no. 11.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 8 P. M.
I pure ice, arc -JElectric Lights; 1
; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Mfei?w^^dSe|
i GOLDrSTORflGE, on short notice,'
i ARC UOflTS, Inspection guar^!
, Incandescent Liuhts, anteed.
METER OR CONTRACT
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Peninsula Electric Light and Power Co.
NEWPORT MEWS, VA.
(Hoard of Directors meet third Tuesday in each month.)
will not chap your
face and hands
when you go out
it* you will use
when you return.
-It has no equa' as
a skin lotion.
cure all rough
conditions of the
face and hands.
cure or money re?
Win, G. Burgess,
look at Tills House.
You con own* a home like this or any
other style of iiouse you p:efer by call?
ing on the
Needham Building Co.
They will tell j-'U how to get It on
Very Easy Terms.
CALL AMD SEE US.
[nfc>c? ii?11ri Building Co ,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Office Twenty-eighth street, l>e
tween .Lafayette and Virginia avenues,
N EWPOBT NEWS, VIA.
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We Have I
I An Elegant Line I
I Of Stationery \
A ami can please you both in
5 st vie (the very newest) and
We have 100 boxes
of extra quality which we
At !0 centa per box.
You will wonder
How Wk Do If.
We simply liny all of our
ir<iod~ right arid can sell at
very reasonable prices.
a Op. Johnson's Opera House. \
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|Home At Last.
A New Year's Toast.
"Peace, happiness and prosperity to
I you, this bright New Year. We con?
gratulate you, that through the aid of
I Thomas it. Henley & Co., you are at
ist content in your own home. May
ou live long to dispeuste such hospl
If you desire this boon, let us help
you with our advice as to future values
in building lots, houses and farms.
On 44th street, between Wash?
ington andi Lafayette avenue, is
a nice 5-room 'house at $1,300.
$!UU cash and balance to suit
On Oak avenue, near 25th
Street, is a new dwelling with
six rooms, at $750. $200 cash,
balance on easy terms.
On 27th street is a nice new
brick building with store below
and four rooms above. Price
$l,r,00. Terms accommodating.
On 36th street, a nice 7-room
house with attic and city water.
Price, $2,000. Terms accommo?
On 26th street, near Washing?
ton avenue, is a nice dwelling
containing eight rooms and mod?
ern improvements. Price, $2,700.
Terms $700 cash, and balance in
6, 12 and 18 months.
On Lafayette a%'enue Is a nice
dwelling of 8 rooms and attic,
with city water. Price, $2,200.
! No. 1136 26th street.$10 00
No. 3004 Washington avenue. 25 00
Flat with store above, 2S>th street
and Oak avenue. 25 00
A very desirable store on Washington
No. 3500 Lafayette avenue $20.00.
THQS B. HENLEY & CO
Real Estate and Insurance.
2700 Washington avenue.
NEWPORT NEWS. va.
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.
DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts ol individuals, Urins and corporations solicited.
Collections made on all parts of the country. Foreign exchanges bought
and sold at lowest rates. Foreign drafts issued on ail parts of the world.
IN OUR DIME SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposit? received from 10 cents to $5.000.00 and interest aliowed at the rate of
4 PER CENT. PER AKK?M.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
Ot>ly sai?ty boxes In the city secured by time locks. .
W. A. Post. President. 3. R. Svrinerton. Vice-President. J. A. Willett, Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF NEWPORT NEWS.
CAPITAL $100,000- SURPLUS $27,000
DIREC TORS :
W. A. Post, 3. R. Swinerton, M. B. CroweU, M. V. Doughty,
R. G. Bickford, C. B. Orcutt, I. Eugene White, J. A. WUlett.
Accounts of banks, carporations, merchants, individuals and firms Invited.
We offer depositors every accommodation which their balances, business and
responsibility warrant. Bell our own drafts drawn on all principal cities of
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
Q. B. WEST, President.
I>. S. JONES. Vice-President. W.
and Marine Bank
OF NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
CAPITAL $50,000.. SURPLUS $14,000
PAID IN DIVIDENDS. S13.SOO.
A. general banking business. Every facility offered for safe and prompt
transaction of business on favorable terms. The accounts of Corporations.
Firms and Individuals solicited. Special attention given to collections. Drafts
drawn on all parts of the world. ,
A SPECIAL SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS OF $1 AND UPWARD.
G. B. West, H. E. Parker, T. M. Benson, J. B. Jennings, L. P. Stearnes,
E. T. Ivy, D. S. Jones. A. C. Carrett. J. M. Curtis.
A large and varried assortment of the
lat'5-<t designs ami sty;e
direct from New York and take pleasure
in inviting the public to inspect same.
Those in need of Wall Paper will do well
to stop in Lash's Carpet Department
where there will be several different sam?
ple books upon the table. Von will not
lie requested to buy but simply to look
the stock over.
Knows a good thing
wiu n he sees it, and f r the merry Tule
tlde season looks arounU for good, clean
coal that will thoroughly warm your
looms in Christmas weather, and make
thvm cherry and comfortable for the
h <liday festivities. Rumor saya that
:.oal is going up In price, so get your
noliday supplies now.
G6. SMITHS CO..
evrntcentfh St- am! Lafayette Ave.
'Phone 2524 "e 2k*u.w&f6in
Call to see premiums at 218 Twenty-eighth street.
448 TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET,
G. W. Todd, Proprietor.
A Gentleman's Place.
Here are a few of my specialties;
Old Virginia Mountain Brands,
Old Clemmer Honey Blossom,
Braddock's Maryland Rye,
Sherwoud Montice.lo, Monongahela,
HopeweS Sour Mash. Old Crow,
Taylor's Hand-made Sour Mash,
Oscar Pepper, J. E. Pepper,
Jefferson Club. Guckenheimer,
Murry Hill Club, Old Kentuck,
Our Pet Eastern Rye,
?henandoah and North Carolina Apple
pie Brandy. The most approved brands
of rum, gin. cordials, etc., blackberry.
Sherry, Wild Cherry Wine anid Port
Wines. The finest brands of union made
cigars. Everything first-class.
Go to the Bear Paw Buffet for one of
DR. F. D. WILLIS,
PRACTICE LIMITED TO
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases.
Rooms 5, Citizens and 'Marine 'Bank,
corner Twenty-seventh street and
OFFICE HOURS:?8:30 A. M. to 12:30
P. M.; 2:00 to r.:00 P. ,M.; 7:00 to 8:00 P.
M. SUNDAYS?9:00 to 11:00 A. M.
I Etat At
MACKEYS . . .
. . RESTAURANT.
Meals at all hours. First-class Din?
ner, 25c. From 12 to 2 P. M. The best
that the market affords in every re?
spect. Game in season. Snppcrs fur?
nished to parties on short notice.
Cor. Washington Aventie and 24th St.
GEORGE LOUSE, mgr.
<+.?-/",(-, Offered to anyone bringing mc a Watch hi
cannot put in first-class order.
A.J.HAUSER, . . .
.... WflTGnES AND JEWELRY
No. 208 Twenty-e:^hth Street,
auKS9-6m Newport Mews, Va.