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f- News. Va? as second-class matte*
sunday, may 1, 1S98.
-Tis A ?PAINISH REPUBLIC.
I.Jin view of the fact that the days of
*f? present monarchy In Spain seem
?be numbered it U quite natural that
ben who have a penchant for gazing
Snto the future .?hould be carefuldy con
'j?dertng the conditions now prevalent
ifm that country and drawing from their
.observations opinions concerning the
?u'tcome of the wh?rie matter. Those
grho appear to be .t>e?t informed in this
: Btreetion seem to think that the g-nerai
:'&en'd of Aentlment in the Castlllan
Kingdom is in the direction or a repubii.
?'??8^ form of government and express
'"'.eni belief that a republic will ris?- on
ruins of the old' monarchy, which is
!y to be overthrown in the revolu
' which Is almost certain to follow
^ "eat to which the Spaniuh gov
Alfre'lTt "s now rushing. The enllght
syment of the common people, the
' doifcad of knowledge and t he progress
democratic sen t i'tnent throughout I
jihe nations of the old world have been I
jjtuite marked in the past few years
and there can he no doubt, that the
' lendency of the day in nil countries ex
(Sept perhaps Russia, Turkey and one or
fWp> small kingdoms is toward rcpub
???anJiwn, or 'limited monarchy In which
Sie ruler is a king in name only and
. T?te Tighto of the people are protected
py constitutional safeguards.
4 The theory of "divine right" ha-s cot
itively few advocates now, and tht ]
fcy to not far distant when the first
th" set forth in the Declaration of
endenoe?"That all men are ere- j
equal"?will be recognized wher
iver civilization holds away.
J'Sthet behef that ?pain will become
V republic has something more than [
jjjtheorlftt'? dream bock of it. These
: are pregnant with history-iraak
Te shall see it.
* |*The majority of the Central Amerl
Jfco republics, if not, indeed, all of them,
*jftcordliiE to the reports of consuls, ?y.m
jathiz* with Spain as against the i'nl
Jed States in the pending unpleasaut
'Tejas; nevertheless, there is not one of
foe little "one boss' republics hut will 1
to Unole Sam and the Monr
trine to protect them from Kur
i ?fgr?seh/n the first time they get
ivto trouble. "Blood will tell."?1'
IJnnnah tMornSng (New*.
ifftSxactly. Still It is to be hoped that
|?e United State? government will not
the conitemplated action of these
ally swnoJI republics to lnlluence
action in the least. The Monroe
Jfjoctrlne m either right or wrong. There
k? he no half way ground in consld
:. jrtog ihe matter. If it is right it
tviiotiid be jnaintalntd regardles* of the
ctlon of the mongrels who reside in the
Btrai American countries, and U is
tSj ib? hoped that Uncle Sam will al
*Jfay? gauge his aotion? by the standard
jS? -right and wrong and not by p?
?tat is becoming quite evident that
ye Crane 5?n't the "only i>e!>l>le on
h4?ch" >when ft comes to writing
Jjjvld' and picturesque des<;riptloiw
ies?that ?i^ver occurred.
5; Alphonso's daddy had only name!
pt jim or eomethlng <-l?e of that kind
t*?OUld have v&tvip.*l that XIli, and
?f?rafffifHF to ?upensiitiotu? belief, would
of ive 5t?en relieved of at least one of his
gfejSSMy KoofleveH tive? up to his old
police ao?!rtrri;**!''r:t*i' ropivt^ttoti ths
young men who ar-' enlisting In h a
regiment won'; "i>:?y" soldters.
We are relbahly Informed that the
baute between Admiral Dewey's squad,
ron and1 the Spanish nv~: will take
ALONG THE WATER FRONT
njEMS OF [NTF.RKST GATHERED
A ROTT THK I-1EKS
Entrance* nrii! Clearance? at tile ('??
Hmirte. I.i^t of Veasel* Now mi Port.
Other .Marine It.*
for Sunday: For Vi
warmer; northerly, sr
BKBMEN, April 30
Richard Grenville. pei
LONDON. April 30.
a hominy, Newport N
AKK1VAI.M AMI DRPAKTI RE!
Steamship Australia fOer.l. R
tncr. New Orleans.
Steamship Cnltly ? F:r. i. Fiennl
Steamship flan de Boye f?r.),
des?. New Orleans.
Schooner George Bailey. Prnvi
Vmel? ArrivB.I VeOer.Uy.
Veanela Sailed Veaterriay.
Steamship Australia (Oer ), [iraum- ]
Steamship Caldy (P.r.). Ftennlnjcton I
Steamship Westgato frtr.) Rams- i
The Clyde Dine at --arris hip Pawnee.
Captain Oh ich enter, which arrived at
th? shipyard Friday afternoon for
repairs to a bursted st ?um pipe, left at
daybreak yesterday morning for
Oharieston, S. C.
From Charleston the Pawnee goes
I directly to Jacksonville. Captain Chl
chester entertains no fear of moiesta
1 Ron .from Spanish warships on nU trip
CAPTAIN HiA.NF.ON IIBItK.
Captain I*. Hanlon, who has b-en for
several months past In command ..f the
Ateanvhlp Mascotte in the Gu'.f, has
Joined the Grande Duchose at. New?
port News, ('..plain J. B. Allen goes
from the Florida, to the M.iscotte. and
First Officer Staun son has been ;,r..
?moted to the captaincy of the Florida.?
WAS NOT CKIPPUBD.
The steamer Powhatan, which has
been chartered by the government :?>
assist in the work of laying mines a t
?Old Point, was towed into Hampton
Creek Friday evening, and it was
(thought she '.v,is in a crippled cor.di
After tying up at the pier
.n exfliml nation was mad.- -and it
vas found that 'ft r>. hi., hod become .-a
tincl.-d in her propeller. It '*.is dis?
engaged without much trouble and she
I returned to her work of laying ;h.- sub
marine mines, after w delay *.f only
about an to.nr. Tli<- Powh.itan be?
longs to Mr. Frank Darling. ..f the
|-Newport News, Hampton and Old
I Point 'Railway Company.
?NO BIGHT FOFt SPANISH SHIPS.
In order that tin- lightships on the
astern nujt may re.t guide any Sf.an
sh ships to an American i-ot or be
destroyed i.y them, the I.*i?hthouse
Board Nut issued the following ord< i :
"?Notice is hereby given that, at any
me after .May I. 1898, the following
timed light vessels may taken from
leir station.* with.on further n.itige:
"Nant ii.-ket Shoal light vessel. No.
"Fir.; Irland light vessel, No. OS.
"Northeti?t End light vessel. No. 44.
???Five (Fathom Bank light vessel, No.
"Winter Quarter Shoal light vessel.
"Ca.(.e Charles light vessel. No. lie
"Diamond Steril light vessel, No. 71.
"Frying Pan ?hoal light vessel,
?NoT VET REPORTED.
The tug .lohn Harlan, Captain Adalr,
owing the barge Carrie I.. Tiler, with
l c?rgo of pho.-ph.tte, left Charleston.
|S. ?<'.. on the ITflh in*t., hound for Hamp?
?After passing Fryi^t fan Shoals shs
struck a heavy northeast gale. The low
became unmanageable ?and twenty-five
.?niles ..ff Cape fvookout, on t he 27th,
the tug had to abandon tie- barge and
crew of live men. They had sufficient
provisions and water to last thern
thirty days and the captain of the
rge Is an idd coaster. There is slight
I nope of their weathering the go!,-.
The tug was afterwards blown ashore
..ft fjootcout light, bin the crew was
rescued by the 'life-waving crew. The
iiug was valued at tlll.H'iU aand Is in?
sured for ?8,000.
FISHINO SCHOONER CAUGHT.
Information has been received that
the fishing schooner Moltle. which left
I Beaufort, ?, C. Tuesday afternoon for
I,'ape Lookout, win* caught in the gale
and blown off ?h?re, ll is thought
prohable th?t She was lost with ail on
DICHT SHIP PICKED UP.
The Cape Charles light ship, which
warf reported as drifting off the Little
Island station with distress signals Hy?
ing, was picked up Friday near
Whale's Head life-saving station and
lowed to Cape 'Henry by the Merchants
and Miners Transportation Comjiany's
(Steamer D. H. (Miller, bound from Sa?
vannah to Baltimore. At Cape Henry
the tight ship was turned over t.. the
tug Apollo, which started at 0:3? P. M.
for Hampton Roads.
?An ino.fining steamer yesterday re?
ported o four-mai-ted schoonet ai an?
chor twenty miles east-southeast of
j Cape 'Henry, flying signals of distress.
The wrecking tug .1. D. Jones. or th"
Merritt-Chapm.in Comjiuny. pasesd out
\ the Capes at 3 P. 'M. in quest of the
Cnpt. VV. N. Cookscy. Iii" genial and
able Superintendent of floating property
for the fhc-aieolcc & Ohio Railway.
Was In town on Thiin-day effecting the
purchase of some barges for aid in
coaling slearmers at Newport News.?
New y<i-rk Marine Journal.
BITS "I'' lll'.Mi.lt.
Real Grief? "Dreadful about Mrs.
Blxby's sudd.ii .1 nil." "What! Is
(die dead'.' I was Just going over to
sell "her ? li.k.-t to .nu charity bazaar."
?('lii. -.igo Recoi'd.
"I don't know what loWve for Christ?
mas." said Maud. "Is he li.ird to
please?" inquired Minnie. "No; but
he's very literary. I'd like to ^tva him
something to read, and then ai the
same time I'd like it to be more useful
than a book. Oh. I know what I'll do.
I'll give him a pair of suspenders with
his name embroidered mi them."?
Publisher?"ll seems to me, Mr. IB ro?
cht! re, that you occupy a g-..<>.| deal of
?time reading during working hours."
BWxik Revlewet?"Rut how can I review
a hook without reading ll ?" Publisher?
"I am afraid, Mr. iBrochure, that you
do not fully understand your business.
Ait any rate, I cannot pay a> ma n for
reading atory .books.?dioKton Tran?
One of the Varied S of flie Incnn
descent El?ctrlr Lischt.
Many of my test and most valuable
and most merchantable thoughts." said
a man who writes things for a living,
"come to me after I have gene to bed
a; night. It is true that cares oppress
rr.e sometimes then and keep me
awake, but not o'lsr.; that 13 usually
my time for building casties in The air.
and for having people leave me for?
tunes, and for conjuring up all manner
Of good luck; and in this joyous men
ideas that can he worked up and turn
"Formerly. before I wjent to be.d, I
by it. on a shelf in the adjoining room
didn't want a light in my sleeping
room. When an idea struck me I would I
get out of bed, go into the next room. 1
turn tip the light, make a note of lt. |
and go hack To bed. F'.nt T didn't al- I
ways do this. I wasn't what you
would call lazy. bt:t if it was a very |
cold night or I was very tired I would
say to myself that i thought I could
remember that, am! so I would take the
chances, and then every time I would
forget it. I don't know how much
money I tost in this way, but a good
But. now! T have a little table at the
head hf the bed with the pad and pen?
cil on that. and. hanging down over it,
an incandescent electric light. I don't
have to get out of bod at all. I have
only to turn the key of the shaded
light, pick up the pad and jot down the
Idea Then I put the pad down on the
table again and turn out the light.
"Now I lose nothing. I suppose I
must have saved enough the first week
to pay for putting in the light, and ev?
erything that I save in this way is just
PhotogriMihed i ti V'iicM \fllre.
Among the ladies of Ftrltlsh Ilpper
tendfim it has become fashionable to
.-?xchange photographs or themselves as
attired for bed, which goes to show
how bewitchiugly becoming are mod?
ern night clothes. If the fair tines of
to day had continued to wear the hid?
eous night-cops their grandmothers
wore they would surely not have been
tempted to expose themselves tints ar
rayed to the eye of rlie. camera.
DIED Moran?April SOth. at his pn
. ,,:-?' residence, 2">iiX I,tfa vette avenue,
Maude, infant son of C. U. and Lizzie
iVhitl v Morin. aged eighteed months.
Funeral services; this (Sunday) after
,oon in o'clock, at the grave in Orcen
W? loved him. yes. we loved him.
I tu 1 the nngels loved him mor<?
And they have sweetly eat ted him to
vomier shining .shore.
The' golden gates were open,
A gentle voice said come?
And with fart-well un*pok*n.
He Ciilmly entered home.
?M I N-NI E Si 'I l< ?FIELD.
N I". W A I > V KI IT IS1". M E NTS.
WANTED TWENTY LANDSMEN
and twenty seamen on hoard the
[IflOOKLYN, al '>|,| Point; apSO-tr.
Etil! ItENT- Three rooms at M Thir?
ty-third street. np30-2t?
I.OST Ott STOLEN.?$50 reward will
be paid f>?r the recovery of it gold
watch with Hie monogram O. w. s.
and a fob ailai bed with the Initials
3. I?. 0. N"'> questions asked if sent
by express in O. W. SWETT, Hotel
Walton. Philadelphia. ap'.i0-3t.
FUIIN'ISHHD or unfurnished room
for rent, with or wlthoui board. Ap?
ply No. "ji; Thirtieth street, initl-lt*
WA NT El.etipants for one or more
nicely furnished rooms and table
boarders. Location convenient to
luv I i.e k and near Washington ave?
nue. Tidde is supplied with fresh
country products and everything
ii. ii t and dean. Terms moderate.
Apply i'.ox 512, City. rnyl-lw.
WANTED Three good, hustling men
to work for an up-to-date accident
und sick benefit insurance league,
new features and special Induce?
ments to offer. Address "LEAGUE,"
Press office. my I-It*
\VA NTEP?Itoarders: hot and cold
bath. Apply to MKS. .T. If. GILL,
->',u7 Lafayette a venue. npr "O-lll*
WANTED- ?IOVFJRY ON'E TO KNOW
I have the largest stuck of buggies
and *urreys in town. 2?I anrt 23G.
Twenty-fifth street. New awd odd
Thohe. W. E. ROUSE,
EO.it LENT-NICELY FURNISHED
rooms Apply at 133 Thirty-fourth
Kit EH TEA SET -LADIES, SEND
us your full address plainly written,
and we will express you 75 of our
sweet and exquisite Arabian Pertumo
Packets (in powder form. 10 scent
glove*, handkerchiefs, clothing, etc.),
to s. ll among friends, at I0 cenus
each. When sold, remit us the money
after deducting express charges) and
we will send you for your trouble, a
lovely Decorated English Tea Set of
?ff pice,-., (full -size for family use).
Each set is artistically decorated jn
colors, ?tasel'iil leaf and flower pat
turn. The shapes are of tatest style,
which every ludy will appreciate,
oid,-I o' once and name nearest ex?
press oflice. Address ARABIAN
I'lvltl'Maki CO., 'Brldgewater, Conn.
WANTED?BOARDERS FOR HO ..IE
like, pleasant rooms. Hot and cold
j Hot Dinner Sent to Shipyard.
M RS. M. E. DOS WELL,
' 105 Twenty-seventh street.
Scaled proposals will be received at
my oflke until 12 o'clock Saturday,
May 17, issiS. for the collection and re
nvtymal of the night soil of the oity
for a period of one year beginning June
1st, the Common Council reserving the
right to reject any or all proposals.
For specification!:; see contract of 1897
with J. A. (Masslo, city clerk.
SAIM'L. W. H ORSON. iM. D.
ttpl-H-SO-t Heaitth Officer.
Sealed proposals wm be received at
my oflke until 12 o'clock May 17, 1808,
for the collection and removal of the
garbage and waste of the city for a
period of one year, beginning June 1st,
the common council reserving the right
to reject any or all proposals. For
specifications apply to J. A. MASSIE,
SA ML W. IIOBSON. M. D.,
DR. E. J. APPLEWHITE.
Office, Harwood Building. Washington
avenue, near Twenty-seventh street,
ly-7-ly Newport Ntrtfs, Vs.
were restored last year to manly vijror
by my wonderful invention, the Dr.
Sanden Electric Belt and Suspensory,
now used the world over for all results
of youthful errors, nervousness, drains,
lmpotency, weak back, varlcocele, etc
>.'o drugs to wreck the stomach. Send
which explains all. Mailed In plain
sealed envelope. Write today.
DR. T. I mm, 826 Broadway, H. Y.
established thirty teaks.
0?B?E?B?f8? IOKft?ftHftB*n*E MII0Bta0BH?nHUaBAB
anc! Farn'y 'Liquor "Store
E,si fifii?HED im ieas.
Is the plact for you to buy your
Wines and l-itiors for Cooking aud
mese are me files oi me caie ana soioo
Nc Laud Taking
or Singing, discuss?
ing o~ l'olitic? Na?
tionality or! Keli
gion. Al/ who
cannot conWy with
these ruie.-yiu-e re
qnested ti spend
their time M mon?
All orders by ma/ will iecelve prompt
. No. 2312 WAsiT N GTO> AVBNTJK,
p. Q. Box 10. flEWPOK NEWS. VA
New Stock, Nev Prices
Pianos & irgans
Call & Examinehen Passing
The Hume.^inor Co,
t40 -IN STREET,
Don't Ta! Chances.
Don'l buy a el on the strength of
un> body's claifor it. Don't buy an
unknown whet the hope that It will
turn out all ri
Buy a wheoat bus a reputation
behind it?a ?i thai simply can't be
a mistake. Ither words buy the
Come in at'1 us tell you more
Newport ws Cycle Co.,
EH ED (IPPETt, Manager.
221 271 h Sir Newport New?, Va.
We will place oi
sale this morning tw<
hundred and fift:
pairs A\en's calf Shoe:
in black and russet a
the low price of
the pair. formerly
sold for $4.00. 33.0C
S2.50. The choice for
the early bird.
Also offer as a flyer
25 dozen 75-cent Ma?
dras Shirts with se?
parate cuffs for 48
cents. AH sizes from
14 up to 161-2.
Clothier. Shoer ana
When Visltlna Phoebus Gal! at
ladles and dents dining parlor.
Meals <vt all hours, also lodging.
Wines, Liquors And Cigars.
TfiOS. ft. DOUTfiTy,
Formerly proprietor of RaJlroaa
House, Newport News. Your
patronage solicited. Give us a
ft oa.ll. ?
* Mellen street, ?aar Mallory. #
PHO?BB?S, VA. ?
Lead the way in Sow prices for Bicycles an.l Sundries. Here are
a few ?f our ISM guaranteed standard makes of the world:
Clipper, $50. $S0. $125.
Sterling. $50. $75. $100.
Orient. $50. $73. $100.
Pierce. $40. $50. $65. $75. $100.
Victor. $50. $75. $100.
Monarch. $60. $75. $100.
Stornier. $35, 50.
And the Featherstone line of
Bicycles as sold by A. O.
Spalding. from $25 to $75.
Also a lot of second-hand
wheels from $7 up.
Here's a few leaders in Sun
lries for this week:
H < . If ? ? WtfZS?'v'""I f&ii$ ?IrW-s for this week:
re 25e. now 15c; Stirrup Toe Clips, were 75c. now
2Se: Cyclometers, were $1.00, now 60c: Coasters, wore 25c. now
10c; Graphite. 3c: Pant Guards, 4<-: Bicycle Locks. 10c: Bicycle
Oil. 5c: Saddles. Handle Bars. Lamps, Bells at prices proportion
2511 Washington Ave,, Opposite Post Office.
E NT1NG AND REPAIRING. PHONE 115.
Some of the New York regiments
recommend by otlicial circular the
wearing of tlv-s>- bands, also highly
approved by the authorities in Wash?
ington as a necessity in active service.
against all abdominal
- diseases and bowel
from 6?0 to $1.00.
The Proper Clothing for an Army and Navy
Hatch & Dean,
Exclusive Agents'for Norfolk, Va.
Also Oadet Shirts 50c each.
Bight Weight Underwear 25c each.
Lightweight Hosiery, $1.00 and $1.50
Madras Cloth Pajamas $1.00 per suit.
White Squadron Linen Collars Sl.oO
White Squadron Linen Cuffs $1.50
per dozen pairs.
Everything in Men's Furnishings
can be found at
25 and 27 (.RAXBY ST., NORFOLK, VA.
Those Who Give Tradln?? Stamps.
Directory of merchants now ?iviug
trading stamps in Newport News:
Bakery? K. A. Jesser, 3020 Wash?
Bicycles anil Sundries?Maguyre &
Small, 2511 Washington ave.
Boots and Shoes?Phillips & Mars
ton, Washington avenue and 2(ith St.;
Elias Peyser, 2715 Washington ave.;
Baltimore Clothing Co., 300U Wash?
ington ave.; H. Sommers, 290(1 Wash?
Clothing?Elias'Feyser, 2715 Wash
ton ave.; Baltimore Clothing Co., 8000
China. Glassand Queenswase?The
Adams Racket Store, 2805 Washing?
ton ave.; .Joseph Weinstein, 23d st.
Cigars and Tobacco?C. B. L aw
rence, 2507 Washington ave.
Confectionery and Ice Cream?R
A. Jesser, 3020 Washington ave.
Druggists?Klor's Drug Store, 2603
Washington ave; Klor's Central
Drugstore, 2714 Washington ave.;
Klors Up Town Drug Store, Wash?
ington ave. and 34th st.
Dry Goods? A. F. Hiulgins & Son,
opposite P. O.
Dyeing and Cleaning?Virginia
Steam Cle aningand Dye Works, John
Gents' Furnishings?IT. Sommers,
290? ? SVashington ave.; Baltimore
Clothing Co.. 800G Washington ave.;
Elias Peyser, 2715 Washington ave.;
Philips ?t Marston, 2601 Washington
Groceries?McNain @ James 233
2ath st; Wolf Levy, 8212 Washington
a Fe: G. Albert Leuz, 2500 Jefferson
ave; E. Graff, 21st St., and Jefferson
ave; Brightwell & Hurt, 3006 Lafay?
ette ave; Hollan & Ward, 3808 Lafay
este ave; Nye & Jennings, 1013 27th
st; L. A. Bevill & Co., 232 24th st; R.
L. Woodson, 180 27th st.
Hats and Caps?JH. Sommers, 2906
Harness?A. J. Clark,222 27th st.
Jeweler and Optician ? John J
Palmer, 222 28th st.
Laundry?Newport Mews Steam
Laundry, 213 27th st.
Meat Maikets-W. H. Sears, 3103
Washington ave; B, B. Wilkins, 140
27th st; E. Graff, Jefferson ave., and
2ist st; E. N. Gordon, 3410 Lafay?
Photographers?Rush & Shaw, 2613
Washington ave. Special photo?
graphing on handkerchiefs.
Printers?Bright & Belch, 217 25th
Stationery?C. B. Lawrence, 2507
Teas, Coffees and Spices?Michigan
Tea Co., 3010 Washington ave.
New Summer Resort,
iHEBUCKROE BEACH HOTEL.
Is situated on Hampton Roads in
sight of ?Fort Monroe, where electric
cars meet incoming and .outgoing
steamers. This delightful summer're?
sort will be
OPENED MAY 2, 1898.
The hotel has been enlarged. Per?
fect sanitary condition and plumbing.
Bathing is unexcelled. Fishing and
boating unrivalled. No malaria. The
cool breezes of the Atlantic. Electric
ears every 15 minutes for Fort Monroe,
Hamilton and Newport News. No liq?
uors sold or gambling permitted. Pic?
nic parties allowed the use of the
mammoth pavillion during the day.
Music every night except Sunday.
For terms apply to
CHARLES H. HEWINS^ Manager,
Buck Roe Beach Hotel,
apr 27-Em. j ; J..._;,_ _ .-^
J. B. 8WINSBIUH, Manage*
SPECIAL RATES TO COKKERCIAlt
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN HUAJfc
J. W. DAVIS, ~~
FOR BRICK AND 8TONK WORK.
Estimates cheerfully given. - OSos lB
room No. 7, OMseoa and Marine Beak.
P. O. Box 11*. &m-Ssb