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?very morning at the f.-llowtng plices:
Orosaley Bros., Washington avenue.
I. A. Cory, Acre.
Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant.
Tnarles Robinson's, No. 7 Ivy avenue.
J. N. Lawrence's, 211 Twenty-eereots'
Kill DA Y, AlPRIL
tO ?.-tarui--.es :
r a t-iuiin
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t our usually
Kay i :rg.
a good iprl
or Jvi? opitniion is
an 1 unjust to set
iy :n , n Who is not
i through the me
-M kn-'iin an
may b-- it
of the iMa.no
M, that firm
s been pulling
of the -No
the lartV class
jaiw last i.t ute.
sprigs of the
Ith eir d
in Iiis utiteir
tier with the
vc-d, Mr. uM'.i
my i-ip- -
is 'jiu r-.-.
"Hi-sses are ?ve
nd snak-s. Teil
-s of your class
fter 1 shall never
f to i-he iMin question. There
?a :'..?? this outburst of petty
-i repuitution as a first-class
un-ss.iiia.b'e, while c-xpe
iha-i thus bunkers can pass
most combustible vX.r.-t-rienoc
iy danger of explosion, ciih
Jiy or internally. Ulis repu
s?fe. Me can afford to took
a his traduc-iv -with tlhe eon
a Newfoundland dog, who
h Indifference t'he antics of
ttrier barking at his he*te.
i>m i tli wan us
Igar-iz, a regiment of new women
tehe 'Spariish-American war. If it ds to
.toe.SougiM. on the lines of an up-to-date
$>lia& fight nhe idea, is an exoeUent one.
WAiNTEID?-A POSITION AS COOK.
?t>i?u?h?-r or dirver; good rei?mni?n
idattans.' Apply JESSIE S. JONES,
tllainipton, for W. L. Becker,
WlAiNTED?A Remington Typewriter
by the month. Address T, care Daily
FOR SALE CHEAP?ONE PIANO.
Address ibis office. J- ap-3-t-p
IFOR RENT?Office on ground floor in
Citizens & Marin-.- Rank building,
lately occupied by Hcrndon & Henley;
'best location in city. Apply W B. j
VEST. Cashier. mar 29-t:'.
FOR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED ,
rooms. Ap.piy at 133 Thirty-fourth
WANTED?HOARDERS FOR HO-lK
like, pleasant rooms. Hot and cold
Hot Dinner Sent to Shipyard,
MRS. M. E. DOSWELL.
106 Twenty-seventh street
IP-vtrons of the Newport News Light
ami Water Company iure hereby re?
minded tbut aM winter bills must lie
I'jxajd by the loth Inst. All delinquents
>n th.- 1Kb inst wiill have their sup
pllei- cut off pursuant to notice given
L. B. M.VNVILLE. Agent.
Cut Flowers lor Easter.
Order* for any kind of cut flowers or
I potted plants for Easter will be filled
by Mrs. G. W. Nelms. agent for the
Norfolk Flo-rail Exchange, at Norfolk
prices. Orders may be left at Ideal
Pharmacy. Hotel Warwick. Fred F. Al?
len & Co'?., and Langdon's Hat Store.
Notice, to Citizens' Phone Users
I CITIZENS' TELEPHONE AND TEL
IK Hl t Ail 'I I COMP A NY,
Newport News. Va., April 1, 18118.
On and from this date ?be charge
I for this company's 'phones will be a*
(Business 'phones per yesaT, $30.00
Residence 'phones per year, $21.00.
Payaible quarterly in advance.
Free service to Hampton, Old Point.
Phoebus, Soldiers' Home, 'Fox Hill,
I Rip [Ria.ps and Poquosin.
Charges 'to Norfolk, Portsmouth and
I Berkley. 15c.
'For rate to Suffolk. Franklin, Holland,
lourtland, Curreville and Copeland, call
S. H. D. FREED,
j Ap-2-lw Manager.
Proposals for School Building.
The Board of School Trustees of
Newport News, Va., invite proposals for
building an eighteen room High School
?building. Sealed proposals accompa?
nied by'certified check for J300.1G w;!i be
received up to
7 O'CLOCK P. J4. ON APRIL 14th, 1838.
The right le reserved to reject any or
I all bids tendered. Plan? and spe iflcn
tions may be seen on und after March
SOlh at I he office of P. Thornton Marye,
architect. Braxton building, Newport
Proposals for heatlnjt the above build?
ing by Indirect steam or indirect furnace
system are also invited.
W. E. BARRETT.
Clerk of Board of School Trustee*.
Newport News, Va.
OR. L D. HARDY,
H O fW l_i O PATH 1S T,
Offers his professional services it-) the
people of Newport News. Office on
Twenty-sevenWh street in Citizens a.n.i
i Marine Hank Huildiiu'g. Office hours:
8 to It A. M.; 3:30 to 5:30 P. IM.; i> to II)
I I*. M.
J. MACKEY, Proprietor.
tie Best.Ktown Saloon Man
lu Newport Newa. ? ? ? *
Wines, Liquors & Cigars
firl&ST EXPORT BEER MADE,
j Comfortable Pool and Billiard
Parlors Adjoining Cafe,
R. J. MAO KEY.
HAPPINESS VS. MISERY
Dr. Oha reel 's Teinlc Tablets, the great
Parisian remedy, la a guaranteed oure
? tiie drink habit: also nervousn.-as
and melancholy caused by over Indul
It destroys the appetite for ef.caholie
and all intoxicating beverage*, and
leaves man es he rhould be. It can be
administered without the knowledge of
the patient wthere necessary. Seid for
pamphlet. Klor"s Druy Stores. New?
port Newe, Vs.
.. ir ?7i ST '.--HT
I A Good Judge of Fuel
wW n*v?r burn anything but eur Mga
Cr*de coal. It Is not only satisfactory
tor cooklno and heating purposes, but
its intemsw heat end Long oontinued
combustion make it economical to the
jG. G. SMITH & GO.
Seventeenth ?troet and Lofmystts Are.
'P>oas ?4._se MssAgtgsj
J. B. SWlNEltTOK, Manage?;
SPECIAL RATES TO COKMBBCIA)
AMERICAN AND HUPJOPSAN PLAN.
g y-\ d I can get what you want at LASH'S?from a joint of stove
? ? I I I pipe to a diamond riug. The latest patterns of all modern
fill B house furnishing goods ami at prices to suit every one. If
I I I I 1 you are not quite ready to buy yet. comer in and look
111 | around?it costs you nothing to "look?then you can get an
\^ idea what you want to furnish your house with.
Tear up your old carpets mid put dowu uice fresh mattings and
buy tbem here. Over 200 rolls to select from.
Your butter will melt and your lmats and vegetables spoil with?
out a refrigerator. Wo have" the Farson, the best on the market.
Save money, worry and incut by using a Farson.
Ladies, you don't have to burn your s- If and your husband's
mono} up this summer cooking on an old coal stove. We can fur?
nish you with the'unions Dangler oil or gasoline stove. No ashes,
no heat, no coal hills. Perfectly safe and cheap. Every one guar?
Baby carriages-- the celebrated Reywood. The kind that don't
need pushing to be sold. 11 you use any at. all use a Heywood, or
else carry the child, for children don't make smart men and women
unless lolled in a Heywood carriage.
We take pains in selecting good, serviei able and stylish goods.
Our stock is more complete than ever. Our prices are merely noth?
ing corn pined with other stores. (>ur time's yours to show you the
g' Ods, und we will give you good terms on what you buy. Now we
could not he any more liberal unless wo would give you the goods.
We wont do that, but we will give them to you on such easy terms
that von will ne vcr miss what you pay for them.
" Know the Piace-2803 and 2805 Washington ave.
THE.R& IS ONLY ONE
yi Washington avenue ar.d Twenty-eighth streel,
Sundays, 9 A. M. to U M.
Now 1 -oatel at corne
aver Ideal Pharmacy.
^Office Hours 3 A. M. to 5 P. M.
^PARTIAL SETS. IS PJairoitTlo.X y
BRIDGE "WORK AND CROWNS,
a KARAT GOLD, ?5.00 IBB TOOTH.
1 My Urn aim ts to give patrons the
?best of everything, and I am able to
lio this cheaper 'than others be
"cause of time saving appliances,
^improved methods and a large prac
JUce conducted on business princd- -
^pies.?Catoiphoresla for painless till- GOLD FILLING.>100 up.
TEETH CLEANED.76 cents.
PAINLESS EXTRACTING..60 cents!
SILVER FILLING.50 cents up ,
The LauiiGlHiiQ 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
tight 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 publicatiof? ever issued in
Newport News. Send a copy to your friends at
Price 5 Gents,
f\T THE OFFICE OF PUBLICftTlON.
Those Who Give Trading Sfamps.
Directory of merchants now giving
trading stamps in Newport News:
Bakery?R. A. Jesser, 31)20 Wash?
Bicycles and Sundries?Maguyre &
Small, 251i;Washington ave.
Boots and Shoes?Phillips & Mars
ton, Washington avenue and 20th St.:
Elias Peyser, 2715 Washington ave.:
Baltimore Clothing Co., 300(5 Wash?
ington ave.; H. Sommers, 2000 Wash
Clothing?Klias Peyser, 271.1 Wash
ton ave.; Baltimore Clothing Co., 3000
China. Glass and Queensware?The
Adams Backet Store, 2805 Washing?
ton ave; Joseph Fiinstein, 23d st.
Cigars and Tobacco?0. B. Law?
rence, 2.">07 Washington ave.
Confectionery and ice Cream?R.
A. .lesser. 3020 Washington ave.
Druggists?Klor's Drug Store, 2603
Washington ave.: Klor's Central
Drug Store, 271-1 Washington ave.;
Klor's Up Town Drug Store, Wash?
ington ave. and 31th st.
Dry Goods?A. F. Hudgius & Son,
opposite P. O.
Dyeing and Cleaning?Virginia
sSte.-im Clcaningund Dye Works, John
Aust- ian, proprietor.
Cents' Furnishings?H. Sommers.
2006 Washington ave.; Baltimore
Clothing Co., 8000 Washington ave.:
Klias Peyser, 2715 Washington ave.:
Philips i Marston, 2601 Washington
Groceries?McNain @ James, 232
28th st; Wolf Levy, 3212 Washington
a .-e: (-f. Albert Lenz, 2500 Jefferson
ave; K. GrafT, 21st St., and Jefferson
ave; Briglitwell & Hurt, 3000 Lafay?
ette ave; Hollan & Ward, 3808 Lufav
este ave; Nye & Jennings, 1013 27th
st; L. A. Bevill & Co., 232 24th st; It.
L. Woodson. 130 27th St.
Hats and Caps?H. Sommers, 2U0G
Harness?A. J. Clark,222 27th st.
Jeweler and Optician ? John J
Palmer, 222 28th st.
Laundry?Newport News Steam
Laundry, 213 27th st.
Meat Markets-W. H. Sears, 3103
Washington ave; B. B. Wilkins, 140
27th st; K. <iraff, Jefferson ave.. and
21st st: K. N. Gordon, 3110 Lafay?
Photographers?Rush & Shaw, 2013
Washington ave. Special photo?
graphing on handkerchiefs.
Printers?Bright & Belch, 217 25th
Stationery?C. B. Lawrence, 2307
Teas, Coffees and Spices?Michigan
Tea Co., 3010 Washington ave.
For Little Wloney,
Look along the principal sh-ests
of Newport News and the most strik?
ing thing you see is that a great
many of the most prominent store*
are unusually bright! and your friend
asks you if there is an
!at hand. You tell him that, this il?
lumination is not unusual now. You
know we have an up-to-date Gas
Company here and that that is our
'?erery day and Sunday, too," gas
light. Always bright, alwiys reliable
and always the ?um?. Where can
you get ns good.' Besides, will you
kindly ask any gas consumer, who
[ has improved burners, and proper
appliances, and he will tell you that.
[he is getting better light for less
money, fifty per cent, sometimes,
than he ever had before the Gas
Company began operations.
The Ollice is 2713 Washington
Phone number 2534?call at your
Newport News Gas Company.
in am e'n !-.. ss variety of styles a.nd novo!
Ideiai? in eggs .Jilted wliltih ohoeolaites,
boaho.-vs and choice coufeaUIontairy w?
have. Also line caket- anvd surpluses for
Muster Sunday imorn'ing that -will make
the day niemoraiWe to young and old.
A. B. WILH1NK,
217 Twenty-sevenr?h street, near Wash?
VA. TRANSPORTATION CO.,
W. R. SCULL, Manager.
Freight, Baggage, Safes and Furni?
ture Carefully and Promptly Moved.
All kinds of Hauling done at k>w
'PHONE 8*9? P- O. BOX ML
|To Get Money
Sell Pure Drugs for it.
"We are leaders In the city
Sell good cigars for It.
We have the finest line In
Sell Tenney's candles for It.
"We sell the only genuine
In the city.
Sell cut flowers for It.
We are the only place
that handle them.
Sell toilet articles for It.
We have the best assort?
ment In the city.
is our specialty.
Send us yours.
Im. 6. Burgess,
Bear Paw Buffte,
448 TWENTT-EIGHTH STREET,
Q W. Todd, Proprietor.
A Gentleman's Place.
Here are a Sew of my specialties;
Old Virginia Mountain Brands,
Old Clemmer Honey Blossom,
Braddock's Maryland Rye,
Sherwood Mootlce.lo, Monongahela,
HopeweU 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,
Shenandoah and North Carolina Apple
pie Brandy. The most approved brands
of rum, gin, cordials, etc., blackberry,
Sherry, Wild Cherry Wine and Port
Winea. The finest brands of union marie
cigars. Everything first-class.
Qo to the Bear Paw Buffet for one of
and tidings for /Hen's
Wear. We have pre?
pared for your selec
ition a most hand?
some stock of
- ASTER HATS
There is nothing
wanting in our store
to fit you for the sea?
son at a reasonable
price from head to
I foot. We await your
Our Boys' Depart?
ment is replete with a
nobby and durable line
of Suits. Shoes and
Mats. Bring your boys
ito us for their school
and Easter suit.
We are prepared to show the ladies
I the most exquisite line of up to date
[SHOES and would be pleased to have
them call and examine our stock.
Clothier. Shoer and
d-criri Offered to anyone bringing met Watch h
t3uu cannot put In flrtt-claai order.
A. J. H?USER, . . .
.... WflTGtlES AND JEWELRY
PRACTIOAX. "WATCH VAKKR.
No. 80* Twenty-eighth Street.
ftusr2S-?m Newport New*. Va.
To du all of the clothing
business this Spring;, but we
want to get a good share of
it. We are preparing our
stock to meet the require?
ments of the most fastidious
men in the city. When you
think proper to get your
Ready Made Suit, do not
IF YOU intend to havo
your suit made to measure
for Easter, leave your order
with us NOW. We are pre?
paring to show you a very
handsome line of fabrics, and
guarantee satisfaetion in fit,
8hape and workmanship.
We ex eet to sell you your
Don't Disappoint us.
2(300 "Washington avenue.
2517 Washington avenue, nearly opposite P. 0.,
is the place to find almost everything you want
in notions, shirts, overalls, muslin and gauze un?
derwear, children's dresses, knee pants, jackets,
corsets, towels, ribbons, hoae, pins, needles, china,
glass and tinware, toys. etc. In prices and quali?
ty we are second to none. Prices vary from lc to
?1.00. SUE M. GAKKOTT & CO.
j G. B. WEST, President D. a. JONER3, Viee-Presldem. TT. M. THT,
[Citizens and Marine Bank
OF NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
I CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS SIB OOO
PAID IN DIVIDENDS. $15,500.
k. general banking business. Every facility offered Horn aa?4 svsf yn miliit
transaction of business on favorable terms. The aocooata of OcmyonkdcaaV
Firms and Individuals, solicited, ?pedal attention ?treat ?* mill Hi am DnUka
drawn on all parts of the world. .
A SPECIAL SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
INTEREST ALIX>WaD ON DB POSITS OF 61 MVD WWAOKIX
B. West, H. B. Parker, T. M. Season, J. B. JennLne?, Ii. 9.
E. T. Ivy, D. B. Jonas, A. C. Garret*. J. If.
I W. A. Post, President. 3. R. Swinerton, Vlce-PrssSdeirt. J. A- WUie?,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF NEWPORT NEWS.
I GflPlTfiL $100,000- SURPLUS ?57.000
ors.EC1 TORS *
W. A. Poet, J. R. Swinerton, M. B. Oowod^ S?. V. Oe04gsV.
R. G. Bickford. C. B. Orcutt, I. Eugene Wait* t. X. WUleft.
Accounts of banks, carporatlons, merchants, individuals Md Bream Isrrtte*.
We offer depositors every accommodation which their balaneea, fciHsnes) an?
responsibility warrant. Sell ous own drafts drawn en aii nffineipai cftte? ?ti
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.
Accounts of individuals, firms and oorporations solfdteil
Collections made on all parts of ths country. For*ljcB> ageaftaaaao fcoafiM
I and sold at lowest rates. Foreign draft a issued on all parts of tka WoJeel
IN OUR DIME S VINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from 10 cents to $8,00 0.08 and interest allowed &? tft? raSa o?
4 PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR
Only safetj boxes in the oity eecura<I by time look*. _
I ARC, ?SC
I Incandescent and
! Bell Wiring done
ion short notice.
MO LIGHTS : Inspection gueuv
Incandescent Lirjlits, ianteed.
METER OR CONTRACT
J UW JllSl. I 'PHONE 2B1B.
Peninsula Electric Light and Power Co
NEWPORT MEWS, VA.
(Board of Directors meet third Tuesday In each month.)
If you want a building lot
Buy it of the
Old Dominion Land Gompany
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 City, "War?
wick and York Counties.
Old Dominion band Company?
ROOM NO. 11.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BU8LDINQ.
OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 8 P. M.