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end Family -Liquor Store
BSTflBLlSHED IN ISSS.
Is the place for you to buy your I
Wioes and Liquors for Cooking and
No Loud Talking
or Singing, discuss?
ing of Politics, Na?
tionality or Reli?
gion. All wkw
cannot comply with*
these rides are re?
quested to spend
their time and mon?
All orders by mail will receive prompt
No. 2312 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
P. O. Box 10. NEWPORT NEWS. VA.
Conteactor and Builder
NEWPORT NEWid, VA
Plans and Specifications Prepared on
WOUBJC WORK A 8PWCEAI/TP
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS?
PORTATION CO.'S STEAMSHIP
LINES FOR. BOSTON. PROVIDENCE,
Leave Newport News via Norfolk for
Boston every Monday, Wednesday anJ
Friday, sailing from Norfolk at 8 P.
M. Leave for Providence every Tues?
day, Thursday and Saturday at 6 P. M.
Leave Newport Newt for Baltimore
daily (except Tuesday) at 6 P. M., con?
necting for Washington, Philadelphia
and New York. Fare to Baltimore, one
way $3.00; round trip (5.00, Including
stateroom berth. Accommodations and
cuisine unequalled. Freight and passen?
gers taken for all points north and east.
For further Information apply to
L. C. SAUNDERS, Agent, Newport
W. P. TURNER, G. P. A.
J. C. WHITNEY, T. M.
General OJflce. Baltimore. MA.
WESTWARD. I No. 1
Ct HESAFEAKB & OHIO RAILWAY
) TWC TRAINS DA1T.Y FOR WASH?
INGTON. TWO THROUGH TRAINS
In EFFECT JANUARY 6. 1898.
Lv. Newport News
Ar. Cliftoa Forg?
Ar. Hot Springs
Ar. White Sulp. Spg?
?Except Sunday. Other Urne dally.
No. 1 Old Point to Cincinnati end
Louisville dally. Parlor caj Old Point
to Richmond and Pullman sleeping car
Richmond for Cincinnati, Louisville aad
St. Louis. Meals served on dining car
west of Gordonsville. Connects at Rich
moHd for Lynch burg cud; Lexington.
No. B for Cincinnati daily. PullmaD
sleepers Old Point to Hintan, W. Vs.,
and Gordonsville to Cincinnati and
Louisville. Meals served on dining car*
west of Qordonsvilie._
Fop 1 No. 1 ( No. 4
Norfolk._1 Daily. , Dally.
Lv. Newport News 1 11:05 a. I 8:00 p.
At Norfolk i 12:05 p. 7:90 p.
Ar. Portsmouth_1 12:18 p.J J7:15_p.
For I No. 3 No. 4
Old Point _I Daily. | Daily.
Lv. Newport News
Ar. Old Point
11-06 a. I ?:00 p.
11:28 a. ?:21p.
11:36 a. | M0 P.
Steamer Louise leaves Portsmouth
daily at 7:40 A. M. and S P. M.; leavei
Norfolk SAM. and 3:30 P. M. for New.
For tickets, rates and other informa?
tion, apply to E. W. Robinson, ticket
agent, Newport News, Va., or John D.
Potts, assistant general passages
THE NORFOLK & WASHINGTON
Th? New and Powerful Iron Palace
Steamers, Newport News, Washington
and Norfolk, will leave daily sla follows:
Steamers leave Portsmouth, foot
of North street at. 6:60 p. m
Leave Norfolk, foot of Kathews
street at.?:10 p. m
Leave Old Point at. 7:20 p. m
Arrive Washington at. 8:45 a. m
B. & O. R, R. PENN. R. R.
Leave Washington at b:00 a in 7:20 a ui
Arrive Philadelphia at 11:10 a m 10:1'J a id
Arrivo New York at 2:00 p m 1:23 p ni
South bound, B. & O. lt. R. Peun. It. It
Leaves New i'ork at li:30 a m 1:00 y ui
Leaves Philadelphia at 1:33 p m 3:13 p r
Arrives in AVa?nihgt9n 4:30 pm ti:li>pn
Steamers leave Washington at 7:00 p n
Arrive FortreBS Monroe at 0:30 a n
Arrive Norfolk at 7:00 a-t
Arrive Portsmouth at 6:00 a e
The trip down the historic Potomac rive,
and Chesapeake bay on the elegant steamer
of this- Company is uusurpassed. TL,
Btesmers are comparatively new, bavin,
been built in lSEi, and are fitted up in tfc
most luxuriant manner, with electric iigiit
call bells and steam heat in each room. Tfci
tables are supplied with every delicacy
the season from the markets oi Washington
For further information apply to
D. J. CALUaH AN, Agent,
'"I"' HE STEAMER S. A. M'CALI.
JL wlU leave Newport News with both
lieigbt and passengers for Petersburg
every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
about 7:15 A. M, andi will leave Newport
News fox Norfolk ?very Tuesay, Thurs?
day and Saturday about 3:30 P. M.
Will leave Norfolk every Monday,
Wednesday andi Thursday at 6 A. M
sfearp. 3. W. PHILLIPS
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO
DAILY SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND VIRGINIA POINTS
The elegant passenger steamships
Jamestown, Yorktown, Guyandott?,
Princess Anme.Old Dominion, leave New
York every day except Sunday at t:M
P. M. for Norfolk and Newport News,
touching at Fortress Monroe on toe
south bound trip.
The ships of this lins leave Norton
Cor New York direct every night at 7:30
A snort, delightful and invigorating
First-class, straight. Including
meals and) berth.? 8 8*
First-class, round trip, Includ?
ing meals and berth. IS 00
Steerage without subsistence. 4 SO
Steamer Luray arrives fvom Smith -
field and leaves for Norfolk daily ex
cept &und?y, at 8:30 A. M. Returning
leaves NorfoC- fr?re Bar Line wharf
erectly day except Sunday at 3 P. Iff.
*l s. crqwsill, as***.
HAMPTON ADVERTISEMENTS. j
always looks for the estab?
lishment offering- choice,
stylish goods at reasonable
That is the kind of a man
we're looking for, and he
wi 1 do well to bring his hoy
along-, for we are showing a
Line of Spring
for men and bo}rs that sur?
passes anything in this vi?
. 1'riees are remarkably rea?
sonable and we guarantee a
big saving on each and every
Speciai for This Week.
; ~\Ve have five hundred
China silk ties at 17 cents,
real value and sold every?
where else at 50 cents.
All along our line will be
found the choicest vintages
of this country's workshops,
and at prices that are too in?
viting to resist.
Jolson ofld MQOf?'o Old stand
Queen Street, Hampton, Ya.
?JirLook for the red front
In this store there are half a hundred
little things that would make your
Their cost is infinitesimal.
We can't mention them all.
Rest way to come and see.
Have you seen the "Ohio" Freezer.?
Well, don't buy until you do see it.
I You'll take no other.
Without question the finest freezer
On the market.
Geo. M. Richter,
No. 9 Queen St., Hampton, Va.
P. B. MESSENGER,
Frames, Sash, Blinds & Doors,
?na i-ly Mouldings*
Queen Street, HAMPTON, VA.
P. O. Box. 1M.
$100.00 horse, carriage, harness, two lap
robes, whip, halter, weight, two hatch?
ing streps. The horse is absolutely
blooded and warranted sound, kind,
gentle and feartess. The whale turnout
would be cheap for $200.00. I wild sell
for $100.00 sp'?t cash. Not a blemisb on
the horse any way, shape or form, and
a goer. S. J. HP,OWN, of
Brown & Hoagland,
Real Estate office Popular Avenue,
Pboelus. A thorough trial will be
g^iven and a responsible guarantee.
LOCK BOX 225,
VA. TRANSPORTATION CO.,
W. B. SCULL, Manager.
Freight, Baggage, Safes and Furni?
ture Carefully and Promptly Moved.
All kinds of Hauling done at low
?PHONE K9f ? p- O. BOX US.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE
Market Quotations From the
Leading Business Centers.
N"EW YORK MONEY MARKET.
'NEW YORK, April 19.?Oaoney on
call, steady, 2?3 per cant.; last loan,
- per cent.; prime .mercantile paper,
5 l-2?6 per cent.: sterling exchange,
steady, with actual business on hank
eiV bills ut 4.83 1-4?4.S3 1-2 for de?
mand, and1 at 4.79 email@example.com for sixty
days. Posted rates, 4.801-2@4.S1, and
4.S4?4.S4 1-2. Commercial .bills 4.7??
4.79 1-2. 'Silver certificates. 56?56 1-2.
Bar silver, 56. Mexican dc-Llars, 46 1-4.
Government ibonds, weak; state bonds,
du'M; railroad bonds, weak.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
KEW YORK, April 19.?There are
men in Wall Street who still believe
that not a grum will be fired in war
between the United States and Spain.
It is difficult to find what t'hey base this
assumption on, ibut they hold to it
with sufficient -tenacity to dealine to sell
out their holdings in securities, und
they buy additional securities at any
material decline. These "buyers were
in Ohe market at tihe opening today
and they sustained prices above the
London parity, thus inviting sales for
arbitrage account of many thousand
shares of the international securities,
?which had' 'been bought in London at
the lower priee-l ruling there. The
early decline in London eeemed to in?
dicate a practical abandonment of the
hopes of peace, and Spanish fours both
in London and Paris dropped 3 1-2 per
-rent. The support accorded to Ameri?
cans in New York, after the opening
here. without change in sentiment in
London and also in Berlin and later
I dealings there, witnessed a recovery in
Americans, though the Spanish bonds
continued to drop. This tendency con?
tinued in1 London even after the close
of the exchange in the trading on the
streets. 'It was a tendency that gave
,-olor to the 'belief in certain circles
n Wall Street that Spain is pressed
to relinquish Cuba as a last resort.
Operations in the money market oon
tinU'O vetry mnch irestrioted. tlhouglh
ihere is no" apparent lack of money for
?all loan? on the stock exchange, loans
being 'made at 2 per cent. The tone
if tin..- exchange was rather finmer. and
there were no important engagements
f gold for import.
Total sales of stockt* were 1S4.500
Baltimore & Ohio. J5
Canada Pacdic . 771
Canada Southern. 45*
Chesapeake & Oliio. 18
Chicago Alton. 154
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy. . 90*
C. C. C. & St. L. 27
do do pref'd. 78?
Delaware & Hudson. 105i
Delaware, Lack. & NV.145
Erie (new). 114
Fort Wayne. 188
Great Northern pref'cl. 147
Illinois Central. 98_
Lake Shore . 175*
Louisville & Nashville. 47i
Manhattan L. 94.
I Michigan Central. Ill*
Missouri Pacific. '351
'Mobile & Ohio..,..... 25*
New Jersey Central. 9.1?
New York Central.1084
Norfolk & Western. 12
Northern Pacific. 22
do pref'd. 51)
Rock Island. 8J*
[St. Paul. 8??
Southern Pacific. 12i
Southern Railway. 71
do pref'd. 25
j Texas & Pacific. 9}
I Union Pacific pref'tl,. 51*
Adams Express. 100
American Express. 120
United States Express. 88
Wells Fargo Express. 115
American Tobacco._ 1021
do pref'd . 112j
! People's Gas. bOs
Consolidated Gas. 174!
General Electric. 3l
I Pacific Mail. 22i
Pullman Palace. 170
Silver Certificates. 50
Sugar . ll?j
do pref'd . 100
Tennessee Coal & Iron. lit}
Western Union. 85H
Chicago Northwestern. 110}
do pref'd. 173
Chicago Great Western. 10?
CHICAGO GRAIN" [MARKET.
'CHICAGO, April 19.?Foreign prices
' and war theories ruled speculation on
the Board of Trade today. Wheat was
?helped by heavy export sales, gaining
jlc for July and 1-4 cent for May deWv
t ietry. July corn advanced l-S@l-4.
OaMs, 1-Sc; provisions, 21-2@7c; tihe
'latter in pork.
WHEAT? Open, high Low Closed
May lO'.l 1091 1081 PIB
July 87* 871 ?Gl, 87?
? Sept 79J 7'.lt 7!)r 79?
Dec 79* 79j 79* 79J
May 311 31* 811 811
July 321 32? 32* 32*
Sept 335 33} 83jj 331
Mity 2?! 20; 20r 20?
Julv 23j 23? 28A 23}
May 9.1)0 9.00 9.80 9.S21
July llt.00 1002 0.1)5 9.974.
May 5.20 5.20 5.171 5.171
July 5.271 3.30 5.25 5.25
May 5.20 5.20 5.15 5.17
July 5.25 5.271 5.221 5.25
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour steady; No. 2 yellow corn,
.113(1^82; No. 2 spring wheat,-;
No.- 3 spring wheat, 95(?>99; No.
2 rod, 108@112; No. 2 corn, 31}; No.
2 oats, 2(>l(g>}; No. 2 white,30@80s; No.
3 white, 2?@2!>4; No. 2 Rye, 55; No.
2 barley, 37(^,40; No. 3, ?: No. 4, ?;
-; No. 1 flax seed, 12G@127; prime
timothy seed, 2.90; mess pork per
barrel 9.80a?9.85; lard per 100 pound*
5 firstname.lastname@example.org; short ribs sides (loose),
5.00(a>5.35; dry stilted shoulders
boxed 4?@i; short clear sides,
boxed, 5.50(f?5.C0; whiskey distillers'
finished goods, per gallon, 119*.
BALTIMORE, April 19.?Flour?dull,
Wheat?Strong; spot and month, 102
@103; May, 103@103 3-?; Jully, 911-2
?Southern wheat by Sample, 100@103;
do on grade 99@103.
Corn?Strong; spot and month, 36 1-2
ffj;!?5-S; May, 36 l-4@36 3-4; Jnne, 36 1-2
@3-4; July, 36 3-4; steamer mixed, 85 1-2
tW5-S. .Southern white corn, 37?l-2; do
Oats?Firm; 'No. 2 white, 34 1-2; No. 2
?Rye??tror.ig; No. 2 nearby 691-2@3-4;
No. 2 W?rtern, 611-4.
'Hay?Steady; choice timothy 12.50?
Butter and Eggs?Firm, unohunged.
Lettuce?1.25? 1.50 per (basket,
'NEW YORK COTTON FUTURES.
'NEW YORK, April1 19.?Cotton fu?
tures opened steady at the advance;
Kales, 11,000 bales. May, 610; June, 614;
July G17; August, 619; Septamher. 616;
October. 616; November, 617; iDecemtoer,
618, January, 620.
King Street, near Queen, opposite the ;
All news letters Tor publication tn
this department should be addressed
to Daily Press Bureau. Hampton.
The Daily Press will be found for
sale every morninK at the following
Hs.mpton?PostofTice news stand,
COlberfs book store, and at the King
Old Poiint?Baulch's stationery and
book store. Hygeia Hotel and Oham
VrEfDCCBSDAY, APRIL, 'JO.
OFF FOR TENNESSEE
Battery F Leaves Fort Mon?
roe for Chickamauga.
A GREAT DEMONSTRATION
Henry Harris in it Critteitl Condition as the
KennII iil a Wonml Btcelvwl Satur?
day Night. I'umtrnlMof-Mr. riill
lip* niut .Miss AniiistKiiil.
Yesterday afternoon at - o'clock bat?
tery P, of tin: Fourth artillery, left
Fort Monroe for Chickamauga Park |
amid the cheers of thousands of Amor- ;
icaus. As the barge on which the troop
was taken to Norfolk started on her
journey the people who crowded the
government pier and tile guests from
the porches of the hotels cheered them
as troops have seldom been cheered be?
As soon as the barge started to move
away from the pier the fort band
struck up "The Girl C Left Behind Me"
and "Dixie." Some one in the crowd
shouted. "Three cheers for ib.- Fort
Riley boys." and in a minute the noise
was so loud that, it Is doubtful if the
Brooklyn's big siren whistle could have
been beard. Hardly bad the shouts
died away before a government pilot
boat that happened lo be there tired a
salute?live rounds from her little can?
non. Women as well as men waved
American Hags and shouted like Com
anche Indians. One of the little
launches from the battleship Texas
tooted her whistle and in an instant
every steam craft in Hamilton Roads
was whistling: its loudest ami best,
even the st ately flagship Brooklyn join?
ing in the demonstration by turning- on
her large sin-n whistle.
As the barge t iossed Hampton Roads
it passed between the cruiser Minneap?
olis and the battleship Massachusetts.
When it was midway i",on?... t:.ie i\Vo
the sailors of the Massachusetts gave
three cheers for the soldiers and before
those on the barge could answer the
Minneapolis bad repeated the cheers.
Every ship in the squadron took up the
eheer and in a minute Hampton Roads
echoed with the cheers of many of
Uncle Sam's brave tars.
An Unknown Negro Attempts to Kill
Henry Harris, a mklle-aged colored
man. whoso residence is on Grant
sreet. had an experience on Saturday
night which lias removed from his soiil
all anxiety to stand up before n fusj
lade or Spanish bullets, and as a resull
of which his soul and body were dan?
gerously near being separated.
Harris lives with his wife in a vorv
peaceable sort of way. making ends
meet by a judicious application to the
necessaries of'life of the small pension
which be receives from Uncle Sam's
bounteous treasury. If it hadn't been
for the pension Harris might no! now
be laid up with a bullet in his anato?
The trouble .becran when an unknown
colored man called at Harris' house
and asked for bis pension papers, that
he might make copies of them. Harris,
who bad neve,- before seen ihe man.
refused to trust the papers nut of bis
bands. Harris ordered the stranger
to leave his house and. to back bis ul?
timatum with a belligerent attitude, he
seized an nxe with which tn emphasize
his demands: The stranger tarried
not. but heat a hasty retreat until he
reached the gate. Harris, thtntcinir that
the epemv had been successfully driven
from his domain turned toward his
bouse, but the stronger, taking ad?
vantage of the stratesricallv superior
position of hnvinrr ihe enemy unnre
nared. calmly tonic advantage of the
oonortnnitv and unloaded (be contents
of one eliamber of a revolver into his
breast. The bullet entered just below
the heart and an effort to locate it this
afternoon proved of no avail, t'-e nhv
sielnn Probincr four and a half inches
The crime is surrounded with mvs
tery and the police, who are working
on the case, have been unable to locate
the whereabouts of the criminal, al?
though they express hope that he will
be apprehended either today or tomor?
row. ' ?
At a late hour last night Harris was
reported to be somewhat better and
though his condition is serious it is not
thought that Iiis injury will prove fa?
AT NOON TODAY.
The Virginia Slate Hoard of Fisheries
Parly yesterday morning Ihe Virgin?
ia State oyster steamer Chesapeake
arrived in Hampton Creek and tied up
at the wharf at the foot of King street.
With lter came the first of the members
of the State Board of Fisheries to ar?
rive in Hampton?Secretary S. F. Mil?
ler, of Mathows county. The Chesa?
peake left Hampton at I o'clock yester?
day afternoon for Norfolk to have her
coal bunkers replenished and returned
last night with several gentlemen from
across the Roads.
At noon today the hoard will con?
vene in this place for the first time and
will enmmetTee tho-work of appointing
the oyster/insueclors of the State.
There are^p?mdidates "to burn" and
four or five men are nfter nearly every
one of the offices and it is very proba?
ble that there will be a hot political
fight before all the appointments have
been made. All of the candidates will
he here today and there is a strong be?
lief that there will be several hundred
visitors in town during the day.
The offices of oyster Inspector are not
the only ones sought, a-: then' are al
readv a number of gentlemen in the
field for the position of clerk of the
hoard, but Attnrnev William C. Skin?
ner seems to lead the others in the race
for this place.
FT'N'nr.AL OF MR. T'lTTT.TVtPS.
At 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon
in the presence of a large number of
friends of the deceased, the Rev. .T. F.
Whitley read the funeral services of
the Methodist church over the remains
of Mr. P. W. Phillips, whose death oc?
curred on Sunday at the Presbyterian
Hospital in Philadelphia. The funeral
took nlace from the Oueen Strool Meth?
odist church. The bode will be taken
to Richmond, where it will he Interred
by the side of the romatns of his first
i wife and child.
I Mr. Phillips was one of the best
known business inen of this locality
ami his loss will be mourned by count?
less friends. He was an exuemolj pop?
ular.man in lodge circles, being a mem?
ber 01 the Masons. Pythian* ami Odd
Fellows. Two members from each of
these organizations will accompany the
remains of their fellow-comrade to
Deceased leaves a widow, but no
"WE'LL. SINE Till-: VtZCAYA."
Mr. Davis Drewry. who was a rest
dent of Hampton, but is now on the
new torpedo boa! Rodgors. was in
Hampton yesterday to sc.- his friends
and relatives who live bore. He bad
just left the Rodgers at Norfolk after
she had made her trip to test the guns
ami seemed very much pleased with
Hi., navy. While talking to a numbci
o? Iiis friends yesterday afternoon some
on,- remarked that if tin- Spanish
cruiser bit the Rodgers lie would not
know what had happened. "We'd send
tin. V'izeayn to the bottom." lie replied,
"with on,- of our torpedoes and in deep?
er water than the Maine was sunk in."
ARRIVALS AT THE BARNES.
Tin- following were the arrivals at
the Harnes Hold yesterday:
W. S. .Mortis. E. A. Robertson. Nor?
folk: C. N. Russell. V;,.: II. Weinberg.
.1. T. Watson. David Flaherlv, Ii. F.
Poske. 11. Welleke, Baltimore; ".Maurice
Nichols. Philadelphia; S. P. Miller.
Mathews county: n. M. Nelson. Hotel
Nelson: .1. H. Whealon. Bancastei
comity. V:,.; Frank Fletcher, Accomae
county. Ya.: 1.. F. Hall. New York: .1.
R. VniiGordon. Elkhart, Ind.; i:. N.
?.traut. Norfolk: .1. S. Modairg, Balll
more; .1. C. Glitten. C. I". Hall. T. E.
liarksdale. Jr.. city: ,T. 11. Schng.-I, Bal?
timore: .1. 1.. Wells. Boston.
FUNERAL OF MISS ABMISTEAD.
Tic- fun.-nil of Miss Julia Arniistend
took place yesterday :tt 12:30 o'clock
from the Queen Street Methodist
church, rtov. J T. Whit Icy officiated.
The interment was ;u?de in the ceme?
tery of si. .Tohirif' Episcopal church.
There was a large assemblage of Miss
Armstead's friends al the church ami
a number of her intimate acquaint?
ances went to the grave to witness the
last sad rites.
The following deds were recorded in
the clerk's oflice yesterday:
William P. DeSaussure. trustee, to
W. It. Rollins; consideration sum.
Oonrge-W. Smith et ux to George N.
Smith: consideration $15.
The steam vacht HolrotlS. of Now
York, 1ms eon., up the historic .Rimes
on m cruise, after spending a week at
Itov. Mr. Harke, of Newport News,
will hold services nt tin* Rlverview
school :it 7: IT. P. M. Th?rs.lav.
No business of importance was trans?
acted in the county court yesterday.
Captain T? 1.. Hurt and Lieutenant
John Euglott. who have boon in charge
of the salvation Army work in this
City, have r.ived orders to leave their
command. Their successors will arrive
A belt ? rr, tll"_Pi>wcr house of the
Chesapeake E1eet:rio~Dlgnt -S-Ci F 'wer
Company br..ke bist nicht, cxlinguoTli
ing mativ of their lights in the city.
On account of the lack of 1 drills there
were no services at the Raptist church.
The late Sir John Arnott. of fork.
Ireland, was a native of Scotland, hilt
became one of the wealthiest and most
prominent business men of Ireland.
Many vears ago bo purchased "The
Trish Times." of Dublin, and made it
n strong and flourishing paper. Forte
vears ago he was elected mayor of
Pork, a position to which he was
chosen three times, and for a, few
years he represented the old borough
"if Kinsale. now extinct. Tt was while
he presided over bis adopted city that
he was made n knight, and his baron?
etcy came to him among the list. of
Jubilee honors. A few years aero lie
bought from the Duke of Devonshire
the Randon estate, which came to the
family through the family of Doyles,
eari of Cork. Randon was at one
time the greatest Orange center in the
SouT*! of Ireland: it was over its gates
the doggerel was carved:
"Turk. Jew or Atheist
May enter hero, hut not a
DR. L D MA R D"V,
Offers his professional services to tlhe
people of Newport News. Office on
Twenty-seventh street in Citizens and
Marine Bank Build'ing. Office hours:
S to 11 A- M.; 3:30 to 5:30 P. M.; 8 to 10
DR. E. J. APPLEWHITE.
Office. Harwood Riddling. Washington
avenue, near T wenty-seventih street,
Jy-7-ly Newport News, Vs.
from healthy cows
?suable as clean
as a house and al?
ways open for inspection?6 cents a
auart or 3 cents a pint. Milk from Jer?
sey cows 8 cents a quart or 4 cents a
pint in glass bottles. Delivered any?
where in the city.
J. E. Langslow,
iron KITIIER SF.X.
Tills remedy helnc ?P
plu'il directly to t ii<>
HeHtoftlie disease, re?
quires no chttilKrt of
diet. Cure ?imranteeil
Small plain t
iiutil, ?1.1)0. soul on
hy Klio's l>rllE Stun
Newport News, V?.
A Good Judge of Fuel
will never burn anything but our high
gr.tde coal. It Is not only satisfactory
for cooking and heating purposes, but
its intense heat and long continued
combustion make it eo.mmm.ical in the
6. 6. SMITH & GO..
Seventeenth street and Lafayette Ave.
'Phone 2524._ae 2Jau.w&f6rn
J. W. DAVIS,
FOR BRICK AND STONK WORK,
Estimates cheerfully given. Office In
room No. 7, Citizen? and Marine Bank.
P. O. Box 118. *eM-Sm
I Have Them.
o ? ?
W. W. WARREN,
Opposite tlie PostotHce. |
NEWPORT NEWS ADS.
2 When Visiting Phoebus Gall dt
1 PHOEBUS CRFE, ;
S Ladies and Gents dining parlor.
5 -Meals At all hours, also lodging.
* Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
5 TfiOS. fl. DOUTtt.y.
5 Formerly proprietor of Railroad
? Wense. Newport News. Your
5 patronage solicited. Give us a
* Mellen street, near Mallory.
2 PHOEBUS, VA.
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41S TWENTY-ETQHTH STREET,
G. W. Todd, Proprietor.
A Gentleman's Place.
Here ore a tew of. my specialties;
Kid Virginia Mountain Brands,
Old Clemmer Honey Blossom,
braddock's Maryland Rye,
Sherwood Moniice.lo. Monongahela,
HopeweH Sour Mash, Old Crow, !
Taylor's Hand-made Sour Mash,
Osear Pepper, J. E. Pepper,
Jefferson Club, Guckenhelmer,
Murry Hill Club, Old Ken tuck.
Our Pet Eastern Rye,
'.' port Kentucky.
S'henandoah and North Carolina Apple i
pie Brandy. The most approved brands
of rum, gin, cordials, etc.. blackberry.
Sherry, Wild Cherry Wine anxl Port
Wines. The finest brands of union ma-ie !
cigars. Everything first-class.
Go to the Rear Paw Buffet for one of
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For sale in Newport News, Va., by
A. K. G. KLOR, Druggist,
apr 10-1 y.
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MACKEY'S . . .
. . RESTAURANT.
Meals at all hours. First-class Din?
ner, 25c. From 12 to 2 P. U. The Meat j
t hat the market affords in every re-1
spect. (lame in season. Suppers fur- J
tiished to parties on short notice.
Car. H'a<j/jtngro.-j Avenue ana 24 th St.
GEORGE LOHSE, IY\ar.
perhaps, every one will
come to (he conclusion that it is cheap?
er ant! lietter to buy Fire Insurance |
than to be left without u home, store
If you have reached that wise con?
clusion, let us wrile a policy. The ad?
vantages of insuring with this otllce
ire numerous, the most prominent be- I
ing prompt and liberal adjustment of |
We do a Fire, Life and general in?
Room No. 1, Braxton Building.
Ottered to anyone bringin g mo a Watth
cannot put in first-class order,
f\. J. HAUSER, . . .
.... WftTGilES AND JEW&LKY
No. 208 Twenty-eighth Street.
aug29-fcn Newport New*. Va,
Chase Your Dollars
Into a house. Tou have a right
to a tittle piece of this earth?-you may
have It If you will take it. The money
you spend for cigars?for?eh?soda
water?If saved, would buy a house In
a short time. Then you'll be safe. In
the storms of adversity you'll have
something to float you until sunny
weather comes again. It will always
be there, to stand between you and
$9.10 a Month
will buy you a comfortable home of
six rooms in East End. nsar the
corner of Twenty-seventh etreet
and Chestnut avenue.
a Modern Dwelling,
situated above dry dock, overlook?
ing the river, seven rooms and at*
tie, all conveniences.
An 18 Room Dwelling.
three stories. Just completed, sit?
uated on Twenty-fifth atr*et, near
Washington avenue. When the
proposed bridge is built across the
C. & O. railroad tracks it will
greatly enhance the value of this
property. Rents now for $45.00 a
I and tidings for /Hen's
Wear. We have pre?
pared for your selec?
tion a most hand?
some stock of
P ASTER SUITS.
I- ASTER iHATS
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
Hats. Bring your boys
to us for their school
and Easter suit.
We are prepared to show the ladlas
the iuost exquisite line of up to data
SHOES and would be pleased to have
them call and examine ouck.
Clothier. Shoer and
1 National Duilding
J. R. IWIKBBTON, Hanage*
9PECIAL RATES TO COMMERCIAL
AitERICAJN AND EJUROPKAN FEiAXC