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SUNDAY, MAI toil
Th report o
which was op)i
vast preparations mad
States governniient fo?
the nation in cose of w
?wise, bt't necessary, to
the two countries ha
reached .in alarming c
Whether ?r n.d the
Board of Inquiry
1 to Inquire into the
i the destiucti'on of
e has at last been
t' reports givi n on:
d.tens ? . f
re in t only
ere act of ex
ng ofrie al i on
ih govei-iam. nt
con have very little weight in fixing the
responsibility of Spain .n the mutter.
The Spanish government had th- har?
bor <.f Havana mined, and a Spanish
harbor master placed that Maine in the
berth where- she was destroyed. These
two facts alone, without any of the aux?
iliary evident* adduced at the hearing,
are sufficient ;.? tix tic responsibility on
Spain, and the American people are in
no temper to let tic Castilians off at
anything less than fiull and complete
aeiKira'tion for th- destruction of the
Maine and the murder of the Ameri?
cans on board.
It would be the part of wisdom for the
Spaniards to comply with the demands
of the United States for any reasonable
indemnity and apology, but it is doubt?
ful whether the Spanish government
will !?? able to pursue u policy dictated
by wisdom, because- pofl'.tical cond'.tfcins
in that country are so precarious as
to make a settlement of the (question
on its own in.-t its almost entirely nut of
Whii- lio- policy of tiie a dm" ii is [ra?
tion in dealing with the Maine affair
has received the condemnation of a
number of inleMlgent and loyal persons
?throughout the country, it is a source
of gratification that if war should
come as a result of the report of the
board of inquiry, no hasty or US-ad?
vised action on the part of the United
States government will be responsibl
far that result.
We infer from the Cincinnati Enquir?
er's picture of the launching of the bat
tHesh'ip Kentucky that our Ot.-ini contem?
porary is pretty strong in its imagina?
tion department. It not owiy transferred
the Kentucky to the south side of the
filled the frame
the fighting tc
a good view of
no dou'v. that
be surprised wh
ber of things i
?were sc n by i
s ambitious to get
lunching. We hav,,
real launching will
ey realize the rourn
faiSed to see which
lain E tz
The EfJggi-stlon was
that in ease of war w
laugh Lee should b- placed in command
of the United Stut.* army, and that
the title ot lieutenant general sJv wld be
(revived and co.vf rred upon i?in. What
would become of General Miles n such
a shulTI/- -v.as not explained tor would
it matter.?Charlestor; News and Cour?
Exactly. Whifc the gaiiant NV.son A.
may be a? right in every respect, he
has so far failed to display any marked
,?biJ'ty except in his side show depart?
ment_??.;? y ,
FOR THE ELKS' FAIR.
ContriU-itions of Cash and V.,
AnneCes to B?lte.
Sylvan K. IFcht. of Baltimore, --nc
dozen penis' hose; cush F-: <--^k?-j
Bros' Foundry. Turk's Head ash. re?
ceivers: B B. Wilkins, tea and ear
Edward B. Brae.- ? Co.. ol Bait mi
cosh *5.00: James CHatk ? Co.. on ?
of wine: IVdianapoiis E
Indiar.api 1 cosh $a.OO:
helmii'i- Co., New York
he va'iue of $S5: <-!?
Brewing Co.. N< wport.
E Pa khaui. Ji'.. & Co.,
'tvitdise. ?:;: Del in- 1 Um
key. cash: M
ders. on* ha
's Fu. uiture store. on'.- p
.1. G. Taylor. Baltimore, o
me billiard cue: Mr. lla>>r.cs
cash: Mr. Howe. Hampton. . \<
cigars' Kenia Worth. Stern do).. ?
tin',,,'.' two box s of 11k-: Mrs. tain
*?n. silver pitcher: Mrs. Gamble, i iv.
w,.ik: Shipyard Pharmacy, a box o.i ?
logne: Mrs. .1 hn Ridd ek. jrne ? "I
Mr. Mountcastle. ope Smithlie'.d la
Mr. H'.umphreys: one ham; Ohicag ' I'
nature s;o:e. one pietur : M. Silvers .
two ol tures; Doug Smith, one pig ?'
$?:.; MA mil re & Sue.it',. ..v.- Sto-mcr i> y- i
de und live s.uv nirs or lurries; ips:
'C Hillyer, el ctric lights during la-r:
Klaskv & RelsfVeld tw- ? i?itus patterns;
_. l-Hauser. one waUh; Meyers Bros.,
me huindsome doll, dressed.; Michael -
Bros.. one pants i*it>terin; G. M.
edinst. well paper- for one room;
II. lAislh, one couch; Mrs. M. V.
inant. one lVne crayon, framed, mid
centre; T. M. Benson, one ton coal;
friend, ' lie Jardiniere stand; liar
hi & Curtis. ?Tie l?irrc! of Hour;
hiHirps & Marsto-n. one box cigars:
is-liuustc- Head. fifteen volumes of
Dickens' works; W. VI. Moesta. live gal?
lons Ice cream; .v. E. <i. Klor, on.- box
gars; Mr. Lewie, of the firm of Or f
th & Bewis, one doll; George Clark,
ne whip:' Newport News <"oTs C' -in
miv, one portable Welslxidh light, dee
rated shade an tubing; .1. W. Ho l r
n, one hundred cigars; M. H'?ffheim
& Co., one 'hundred cigars; I.. W.
Davis, one hundred cigars; Frank Tel?
ler & Co., one hundred cigars: C. II.
Ureiienran & Co.. one hundred cigars:
Uoohsehilld Bros., one case wine; M.
Meyhir. one brush; M. Baxter, one
box cigars; Mr. Voigt groceries; C. V.
lghinan. givcerivs; Adams' Backet
ore, one null dish; Perkins it !>::::
can. one handsome picture: Crossiley
one line- briun- pipe; S. S hugam.
neckties: Gi-irge Williams, candy and
fruiit; James T. Mover, ?ne lm.li room
a'hinvl; Eiseman's Shoe Pailoce, one
shoes; Mrs. Reynor groceries;
Newtport News Bakenyi one cake, live
cream; 'Health F od Bak?
el A. It. Willmlmk. on., cake;
l|C. Bwadloy, one quarter cord wood; C.
I. Diggs, one doll; J. Hughes, one
'.riving set; M. Hamburger, one box
igars; Burrow, Mlint.n O... one box
igats; F. Mclntyre, one picture; M'i'lior,
Rlhoads it Co., eine cushion; Mrs. J.
err Da vie, ?aie easel, |ifttws fl.tune
iuh hand emhrolderedi rntit: Mugler
i... ond Hat .-More one uniibivlla; Mr.
art-lay. five battleship souvenirs; N.
High-Held & Co., ..ne ring; Oood Luck
mi-nit; Mr. I.at imer,
cosh; Mr. Schmelz, Tu.- Mr. J. R. Swin
ertoin, cash; 11. (5. Williams & Co.. $5;
Straus, Gunst & Co., J10; Mas. William
Stowe, cash; H. D. Oliver, cosh: Frank
Mays, cash; L. Baker, casih; C. iltu
loltph, cash; D. Baum, cash, Mi:8. M. T.
lou'ghtv, cash; Mrs. Soni'ineirs
Smith, cash; G. Foster, cash: II. Hvff
mun, cash; F. Ifc-ifr, cash; N. D. Pit?
man, cash; IMr. Chandler, cash; J. T.
Btillentine, cosh: A. G. Talker, cash;
Mr. Courtney, cash; Jim ]?-.?, cash;
Virginia Steam Dye Works. Cash; Ceo.
Hop. cash: Sllvistone Madti.ltion, cash;
Dr. Charles, cash: Mr. Hoffman, cash;
Herman, cash; Mr. Mtilony. cash;
?G'rdon. otne hort tongue: jir. Red?
mond, two beet tongues: C. K,lw. Wiley,
one ham; Mrs. Rohrig, one ham; J.
I fan tz. one ham : F. Sears, meat: J. W
Wynne, fruit; R. L. Phelps. one ham
Mr. 'Sheel. .me hum: Miss Mitchell
fancy work: Miss Cora Stromor, fancy
rk; Miss Clemenee Cook, fancy work";
Misa Iltiifntagel, fancy work; Mrs.
Quai'kienbuish. fan y work: Miss Mav
Brown, lancy work'; Miss Belle Brown,
fancy work; -Mrs. Harword. fan-re?
work; Mrs. Curtis, fan. v work: Cash.
?T.S0; Mrs. Scott Borj-ent'dn. cake and
candy; Mrs. Jofhn Reyncr. cake and
oandy; -Mrs. Haiti,- iStnton. .cake and
candy: M. J. T. iii t. cake and candv.
Wild) OEI3SE IX A STORM.
Wild geese by the wagon load were
slaughtered Monda- night by the peo?
ple living n the neighborhood ..f thv
Shunganunga creek. People mav think
I hat this is exaggerated, but if ; h.
statements of those living in Mart n and
Dnnis's addition, Quir.-lon Heights, and
Walnut Hill, may he believed, the con?
dition of affairs in, that part of town
on the goose- question Monday night can
hardly be exaggerated. The forepart of
the night Capital's telephone rung in?
cessantly, and- the whole rerortorial
force was invited to listen to the
squawking. It was declared that the
popping of guns indicated that all the
suburban residents of Top. kit were
practicing for a war with Spain, .md
geese, the living targets, weie d'.-oipping
down like hail. It appears that some
extraordinary atmospheric condition
hod brought vast (locks of the squawk?
ing fowls down from their lofty cowrses
through the air. and caused them to
sail in dismal confusion within ten or
fifteen feet from the ground. As nigh!
began to comic, drawn (he g- ese were at?
tracted by the blazing elev trie lights up
further into the inno-lifted regions adjo
' i-n to the ,-r<- k bottoms. Around and
around the lights hundreds of tit-.- g--.se
fluttered in blind confusion
H did not take long for the people
lu-r-ng On the Vicinity to discover 'the
opportunity of laying up a supply *>f
"he poultry. 'All who had .guns or re
volvi-n- began -to bllaze away into th,
ihlok flocJds. and geese by the so,,,-,
??'in., tumibling to the giMund and wer.
nicked up by boys and girls who had
atthero?! to iss-islt in the -massacre.
Those who heifl no irons go! long poles
and knocked down the distracted birds
a:lmi.-.st as Hanl as the gunners did. All
nfirtht and till wefll into the next morn?
ing the whiouti'ng rrf tihe people and the
banging <-t guns tamW he heard all over
'own. Pol-ice-men hurried toward the
* und ex.j.ing to find riot; and revo
iU'ion, iiml mstemd found the Ihr'fty in?
habitants hiving up a supply of goose
l.-sh 'wh'i.-h .[ironTii-es to -make that
Viand the cheapest d'ish on the reslau
rant hills of fat-.- and to pin
-.ling gander on many Sunday dinner
JOHN L S REGIM13NT.
John L. Sii'lliv in :s, si" iling for a fight.
Ib wants to go to Cuba, he says, to
do up the Spaniards. Th.-. other day he
registered at a hotel and went into th,
?I n ng room :., cu.t. He picked up the
bill .,f fap-, <>'-d aft.*- looking over >'.i
he strnek the table a fear'url blow wit"
ins mighty right, and roared:
"I quit r grit here! Hey there, p-.r
tt-r! <;??; my trunk down "lively!"
The hot 1 clerk rushed in all of ;
"Whar's your trouble, Mr. Sullivan?'
"What? Why there!" howiied the ex
r-haimplon pointing to (he il/ill .*f fare
"1 won't stay n minute at a Joint what
has Spanish onions for gu> Mts to choke
wtth! Get the trunk!
John- was finally pacified, and proceed?
ed to tell the bystanders that he was
Spain's worst <-nemy. "it war's de?
clared," ?ald th>- 'big flghter, "I'd or?
ganize a jregiment <ot prize fighters
r>r.>' wirb me as colon?!, and
jeVcher life they'd fleht. "'No
meng ' in. unless we took
bett and McCoy to write chal
iv. 1 scheme." re
mucked the listener.
?N . it wouldn't, for during the re?
bellion there was a company of pugi
"Did they do ?
iske 1 Sullivan.
?Y-s belief thev left New Wk."
,1' litill Hun.
. h it
"Why du yi ii think a regiment of
pugilists would do better now?" ask.-.l
th* bystander, with u look <jt triumph
on his fa. e.
"Because." answer d Sullivan-, w Hi
A thousand lough
front "f ' "l would
-New York Sun.
WOXDBBS OF MECHANICS.
[rale-recline Process of Electrical Etch
ir.-gs and other Things.
In improved process of etching,
.vhich tie- inventor thinks will revolu
ionize ;li" art of engraving, a draw
u.g is photographed, and the photo
ransferred to the plate of zinc, copper,
sMver. or any other metal. The plate
s then hung on a copper wire in a bath,
in electriV; current turned on. and in
i t'. w ,-ee-onds the drawing is etched
?i-Ao into the 'metal deeply enough to
how for a century. The plate is then
?i.i . .I in mother bath, an electric eur?
en-: turned on. when the indentions till
.h j.i- black matIer almost even with
I.- surface, after which the plate is
i ivied, .led and coated with a special
iiirsh. The process may 'be applied
i pictures and pen drawings, the con
?urs being vorv sharp and distinct,
nd ?< well adapted for preparing signs
(NOTICE?There will be an auction
?ale of fine hors.-s, fr m Loudoun coun
, V.r. at Clements & Co.'s Stables,
. rner Twentv-ninth street ,?nd T-if.iy
?tte avenue. Saturday. Match 26, at '
o'clock mr, 26-2tp.
G. B. A. Booker, Lessee and X?r
hree nights, commencing Monday
i and the
n ' II Id-T "'HEAT PLAYS.
Monday Night "The Pimng.-r."
Tuesday Night "Turn , f the Tid ."
Wednesday Night. "The Ups ane
Downs ..f Life."
I If the Stars Could Send
To us for their bicycles, all rd
b.rd'ers would be fOr .Eclipse wheels.
Tliey tare made in the factory of lion
sty. .'I' '.red muitefi-Us, by ex-p-rt work
ry nilniute is save,!. In buying tlhie
dheel, you buy a perfect machine, ant
he price represents only the material
Newport News Cycle Go.
FRIED G. KlPrEiR. Manager.
2-1 27; In stii-oet, New-riort News, Va
DR. E. C. WEST'S
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMEN1
THE ORIGINAL. ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS,
Is sold under positive "Written Guarantee
by anlhorized agents, only, to euro Weak Memory
Dizziness. Wakefultii-es. Fits, Hvaturia. Quick
m-Bs. N.Kht Lwses, Kvil Dreams, Luck of Conti
douce. Nitvouhiicsh, Ijewitnil,,, nil Drains. Yonth
fill Error?, or lCxeessive U.-o of Tobacco, (Ipinm
<.r Iaijiior. which leads to Misery. Coasumptiou
Iii?aiuty and Death. At store or by mail. $1 I
box; six for *5; with written eruuruiitec tc
cure or refund nioitcv. Mnutplc pack,
age. containing five dues' treatment, witl. fuli
liiHtructione, 25 cents. Oi e earn tie, only Buld tc
1At Btoro or by mail.
_C^"netl Label Special ^
for, Lost Manhood,
Sterility <ir Rarrmin
fcSl a box; six for S>, \
n irnot'" cur0 '" ;!0du>6. At Btoru*!'
SEFOR?or t.v mail. APTTeH
KLOR'S DRUG STORES.
Newp art News, Va.
ILOST?'MARCH 24TH AT NEIW'FOKT
INewe Haajnctaiiig; or on trains- 'between
?that point surd Richmond, 'black pock?
et-book; four 'by elgb* inches, don.
laiming small amount of money and
papers of considerable value to own?
er, but no value to anyone else. Ttae
money in same and $10.00 aduhioncuL.
?will be paid ias a reward for Its re?
turn. 'Write to or leave It for O. O.
Alexander, eure B. F. Cook -Stave Co.,
cor. 18<h and Franklin streets. Rich?
mond, Va. m-27-3t
FOR 'RENT?NICELY FCRNISHiEtD I
roomy. Apply at 133 Thirty-fourth
sweet. m-27-ftf |
WANTED?'BOARlDERS1 FOR 1I0..1K
like. pleasant rooms. Hot and cold
Hot Dinner Sent to Shipyard.
M RS. M. i"- D< 'SWELL.
100 Twenty-seventh street.
STOLEN 'FROM MV ROCKET IN
Newport 'News on Thursday, March
24-th. a poeket-<book containing t\
negotiable notes drawn by G. W.
Smith and Ida S. Woetdwaird
their own order and by tlheim ,
dorsed. dated February 1511h. lS'JS.
and pavuble G and 12 months after
date for $103 and $100, respectively.
The public is warned agaim-t tra?
ins for same. Also ether papers.
Ii. W. NCMAbLY.
meh-26-24 Manchester. Va.
iTvST^BETAYEEN OLD POINT COM
fort and Newport NVtws Thursday.
March 24. one chamois bag containing
one necklace with nine dir monds;
one gold bur pin with three diamonds;
one clover leaf pin with tive dia?
monds; me green enameled ladies'
gold watch set with diamond. Hand?
some reward for its return to cash.er
at Hygeia Hotel. It.
.OST?A WALLTET WITH .TAPERS
showing owner's name. 'It. P. Oraiw
ftord. Five dollars reward wtK be
paid at this office for same if found
and delivered. mh26-3t.
IT1 OR SALE.?Upon receipt of 30c. I
tl will mall you a splendid collection
of double mixed Gladletlus, assorted col?
ors. A'iso a nicely reK>te-l named hardy
rose. Address O. A. PAIaMQR, care
Lock Box P. Newport News, Va.
\\T ANTED.?To rent for one month
?V a Remington or Smith Premier
Typewriter, doing good work. Address
??TYPEWRITER,'' Daily Press otlice.
1 hereby iinuounce myself as a can?
didate for tile' ofllee of mayor of the
e.ny ..f 'Newport News, Va.,"subject to
the decision of the'Dcunocratiic primary.
'March 2Gl'li, ISHS.
A Modern Brick Plant Com?
Clay abundant and unexcelled; ca?
pacity 25,000 bricks per day; cost $30,
000, ordered to s.U for only $6,000.
Transportation: James River deep wa?
ter and competing rail In ad lues: en?
gine boilers, brick and tile machines,
racks, kilns, &c. Now ready to com?
Particulars sent by J. Thompson
3,000 volumes of the -world's best au?
thors, lu cents eavh.
300 Lamps, 10, 25, 50 cents to $5.00.
18 Hall Lamps, $1.60 to J2.00.
12 Library Lamps, $2.50 to $5.00.
100 China cups and saucers, 10 oents
to $1.00 pair.
100 Cedar Tubs, 50 'and 75 cents and $L
36 Wash Boilers, 40, 50 and 75 oeats
48 Cedar PaJls, IE and 30 cents.
? boxes Fancy brands of Toilet Soap,
6 cakes for 25 cents.
100 dozen glass Tumblers, 30 oents to
$1.00 a dozen.
6 dozen Coal Scuttles, 20 and 40 cents.
12 dozen Lunch Baskets, 10 to 50 cents.
96 Dish Pans, 10 cen ts each.
12? Wood Saws, 50 cents each.
12 Churns, 50 and 75 cents each.
200 joints of Stove Pipes, 10 and 15
4 dozen four-piece Glass Sets, 25 to
250 Glass Pitchers, 10 to SO cents.
5015 Washinsrton Avenue.
Men's Negligee Shirts
Gmain?- Madras Cl ?!!> Negligee ft* 4 /N /\
Shirts. either nui.U- 1>y us or ft* us. U I | II |
ho.is,s ,,|t',$r.?)^ some-Is'hiffh ?s $2.26. fill ^1 ft f A
VVc are selling this < lass of shirt at $1. W I ? \J V/ ?
We have another that wlH open yic.r
eye and convince you that we arc hitt-d
qimirtois for line shirts.
It is a line Fr-n: h Flannel., half -n^ , ??
sale on ihem ^t^ffi! Theylare soil fj* 1 . f ?
in other cities this season at $2.50. If >8f a ? ? >^ *
you care to wear something different
from Tom. Dick and Htwry huy these
of us at $1.75.
HATCH & DEAN,
25? 27 GRANBY STREET, NORFOLK, VA.
Of Fine Curtain Muslin,
suitable (or Sash Curtains,
Full Length Curtains, Tau
soms. Front Door Draper,
etc The actual value is 15?
per yard. We sell as we
t>uy; they are cheap to us,
lience cheap to yon. Sale
Meilers ? Bros.,
2(511 "Washington Ave.
chiefs, as displayed in South
Wiudow. They are the kiud
that usually sell ;l for 25e.
We sell as we buy: the lot
was closed, out to us at our
price; you profit by the bar
we got. Price 4 for
Meuers ? Bros.,
2(511 Washington Ave.
Tiie LaunciiinQ Edition
Contains a graphic description of the great naval
event at the shipyard Thursday, together with
copiously illustrated descriptive articles about
the shipyard, the city of Newport News, the
light between the Alabama and Kearsarge, the
United States Navy and many other interesting
features. The edition is printed on book paper
and is the handsomest publication ever issued in
Newport News. Send a copy to your friends at
Price. 5 Gents,
FK.T THE OFFICE OF- PUBLICATION.
VA. TRANSPORTATION CO.,
W. R. SCULL, Manager.
Freight, Baggage, Safes and Furni?
ture Carefully and Promptly Moved,
rates.kinds of Hauling done at low
?*"TONTC 8B(t? ? O. BOX 141.
J. K. 8H1NKKTUN, M>ul((?
31'KCIAL KATKS TO COMMKRCIAI
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.
General Real Estate
135 and 137 Twenty-fifth stireet, New
After seeling the launching of ?fee
great baiWleshlpa Kentucky aaid Koax
To come a-nxl see th ilaeunwhltiiu of out
AlN IS ROOM IWiEtUUENa
Three stories, just completed, situated
on Twenty-flftih street 'between War?
wick arvenue?. When the proposed
wick aind Jefferson avenues. When the
proposed overhead bridee is hufllt acroa?
Chesapeake and Ohio 'RajiLroad (tracks,
it wild make this street a. thoroughfare,
thus enhancing the value of this prop?
erty. Now rervtjj for $40.00 a morath.
Price, ?1,700 Cash.
THREE STORY BRTOK STORE
This st*?re Is situated right In the
business center of our city. Washington
avenue, has nill modem, oonvenlenjcesv
gas. electricity, both hon and ctold w?t*r,
sewerage, anil 1b nefwily hultjt. Jtenita
f<.r (lease, different tennajnta) $1.400 a
yem'r. Over 15 per cent, on investment.
A corner lot on WaHhttngton avenue,
one ot the most dewlnaible totuslaiejB
sLoaids dn 'the city. Ptrtoe,
Faclng the river ?1>ove the T>ry Dock.
?500. East End, $200.
j. MACKEY, Propribtor.
ne Beat.Kaova Saloon Mma
Id Newport Neva, ? ? ? ?
Flrt&ST EXFORT BEER MfiD?*
Comfortable Pool and Billiard
Parlors Adjoining Cafe.
I R. J MACKEY*
Tomorow at 2 p. m.
346 LOTS LEFT.
ALL MUST BE SOLD.
Don't stay away or you will regret it
as many have already. Several have
offers of 20 PER CENT, advance of
what they paid since Thursday.
You Can't Miss It
On these lots
Unless you stay away from the sale.
For maps and further information
Basement Citizens and Marine Bank