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Sews, Va, as second-class matter.
THURSDAY, MAY 5. 1898.
The iNew York 'Mall and .Express of
a recent date contains the following
paragraph In reference to political con?
ditions in the Keystone State:
The Tnain proposition advanced
toy Wayne iMac-Veagh in a recent
speech is that the political condi?
tions in Pennsylvania have reached
a point where "they represent,
(purely and simply, government hy
ibribecy and corruption." That is
a sweeping and shocking statement
to make, but Mr.'MacfVeagh declares
that everybody 'knows its truth;
(that everybody knows it's truth;
proposition, and that the govern?
ment by hrlbery and corruption re?
ceives the silent acquiescence of
capitaLisu-'. clergymen. Judge*, luw
yera, bankers, merchants and manu?
facturers of the city ?nd ?tute.
Sir. MaeVeagh's charge is a very se?
rious one, indeed, and the great tri?
bunal before which the politicians ap?
pear in every election should sift the
matter well. Since the ml lien hum has
mot yet arrived few intelligent persons
can hope for the application of the
"Golden iRule" in politics, or any other
phase of lire, for that matter, but no
State?not even the great common
wealth of Pennsylvania?can afford to
tolerate "government purely tmd dim?
ply Iby bribery and corruption," And
Hf the truth of the ussertion that cler?
gymen, judges and lawyers realize the
Justice of the charge and acquiesce in
the conditions referred to can be es?
tablished, the clergy, hench and bar of
Pennsylvania should be held up to the
contempt of all honest men in the
country. If Mr. 'MacVeagh (knows what
he Is talking about, and he has had
enough experience in Pennsylvania
polities to qualify him to ?peak author?
itatively, the citizens of the Keystone
State should be looking after their poli?
ticians u little more closely than they
have 'been In the past.
There is something whimsically ridic?
ulous in the report which come from
Kew .West to the effect that the Span?
iards stationed an Havana, are prepar?
ing celebrations in honor of what they !
Slave been led to believe was a great
Spanish victory in tile naval engage- !
?menti at 'Manila. It is difficult to un?
derstand how sending out reports which
tare calculated to raise false hopes can
Ibe considered either wise or politic. In
(these days of progressive newspapers
? and telegraphic cable dines virtually
encircling the globe, it is impossible to
Slide a disagreeable truth in this, re?
spect, und it would seem to be the
wisest course to permit affairs to take
SSieSr course when the minds of the
people are at least somewhat prepared
ifor Che worst, as the (reaction from the
exultation of supposed triumph to the
abasement of certain and lignomi-nous
defeat is worse than the mere knowl?
edge of the truth could be if there were
no effort to hide it. The Spaniards, in
Havana who are drinking themselves
drunk and yelling "Viva Espano" will
have a rude awakening. It As unfor?
tunate for them that their rulers have
(been so unthoughtful es to permit them
to become the laughing stock of the
fDhJs country is now at war with a
foreign nation. (Under the ordinary con?
ditions governing international com?
merce and governmental credit the im?
mediate result of this foot of war should
toa that of a heavy decline, but there
is absolutely no tendency toward a
paniclcy feeling or even toward any
urea* uncertainty as to quotations in
?Phe near future.?St. Louis Itepublic.
That is easily explained. The United
States has never defaulted on its bond*
?nd has resources enough to practically
guarantee that il never will. Its credit
la simply am illustration of a business
It doesn't require much of a mathe?
matician to figure out that 75,000,000 of
people With money to bum can whip
18.000,000 of people without money?to
jget.?Kansas City Star.
lExoctly. The trouble, however, is
that most of our pessimists are about
es "weak on mathernatUw us they tire on
(Those Spaniards tmould have had
better sense than to attack the British
<XW?W?s**. They might have known
that the Englishman would shoot if
lifcey him sufficient provocation.
Vita j"i*?iltHlt> at *.????.
Mr. William Waldorf Astor's nev
fountain for Cllviden, his estate near
London, is the laigest private fountain
pf the kind in t^le world. It is gor?
geous and of emirmcHis expense, and
the only fountain which rivals it in
size and appearai.ce is that of Emper?
or William In Ba-liu, the next largest
of the kind being at Moscow.
Mr. Astor. vba expects that this
fountain will astcnish the people when
it is exhibited. Has called it "Ihe
Fountain of Love." The shell alone
weighs between sixty and seventy tons.
This gigantic shell is made of nine
pieces of the fine?t Sienna marble, and
is light brown in color, but the huge
blocks have been so skillfully put to?
gether that It is almost impossible to
see the joins. The nine pieces of Sien?
na marble out o? which the shell is
made are the largest blocks of Sienna
marble ever take a out of Italy. Like
large cut diamonds, they represent an
enormous waste at material.
The fountain in its architectural fea?
tures represents the development, of
one idea. It is practically simple and
devoid of ornate .-arvlng, excepting in
the three groups.
MR. ASTOR ti gllAKTklt MILLION rorNTAIN.
Group 1.?The first group of figures
which forms a port of this fountain is
on the end of t'le shell nearest the
entrance gates. This group, made of
the finest and whitest Sicilian marble,
consists of the hrroic nixed figure of a
woman with a Cf pld. The right hand
of the figure is nutstpeteheil. In it
she holds over thi basin by the handle
a small Greek vise, from which the
water pours. Her left, hand falls by
her side. Standing at her left side is
a figure of a little Cupid, naked, with
wings, looking up Into her face. The
work 1b pronounced by sculptors to be
Group 2.?This consists of a woman
and a Cupid, hot!* standing and pledg?
ing each other in drinking cups. The
figures are large and of the finest Si?
Group 3.?This group consists of a
woman leaning Irtck, with a Cupid
bend>ng over her from a rock.
There Is no fountain, in England ri?
valling this one flf Mr. Astor's in size
and beauty, and it is even said by
architects that af> a work of ait, nnd
considering Its tize. It is tlio finest
fountain in the world. This fountain
has already cost, according to moder?
ate estimates, a fcreat deal more than
fifty thousand po inds.
WANTED.?Boarders by private fam?
ily; large shady grounds; beautiful?
ly situated on the water; especially
desirable for children. Address I'. O.
Lock Box 2114. Hampton. Va. my53t*
WANTED.?A good, strung white wo?
man can get regular werk by apply?
ing at once at Newport News Steam
Laundry. 213 Twenty-seventh street,
FOR KENT?Two or three unfurnish?
ed rooms. Apply 130 Twenty-sev?
enth street, bet. Washington and
West avenues. my-5-li
WANTED.?Three boarders can find
accommodation at 215 Forty-llfl.il
street. Hoard unsurpassed; German
and English spoken.
my 4-31 -tu,th & sut.
I WANTED?Occupants for one or more
nicely furnished rooms and table
boarders. Location convenient to
Dry Dock and near Washington ave?
nue. Table is supplied with fresh
country products and everything
neat and clean. Terms moderate.
Apply Box 512, City. myl-lw.
I W'ANTtBD?loVEIRY ONiE TO KNOW
1 have tiie largest stock of buggies
and .-urreys in town. 234 ami 23U.
Twenrv-tlft'h street. New and olid
'Phone. W. E. ROUSE,
I WANTED?BOARDERS FOR HO..IE
llke, pleasant rooms. Hot and cold
j Hot Dinner Sent to Shipyard,
MRS. M. E. DOSWELL,
106 Twenty-seventh street.
Sealed proposaJls will be received at
my office until 12 o'clock Tuesday,
j May 17, 1898. for the collection and re
momal of -the nigiht soil otf tlhe odity
for a period of one year beginning June
1st, tihe Comamom Council reserving tlhe
risint to reject any or all proposals,
loor specification!:, see contract of 1897
witfli J. A. Mossie, city clerk.
SAtM'U AV. HOBSON. M. D.
apl-14-30-t Health Officer.
Sealed proposals will be received at
my office until 12 o'clock May 17. 1S'J8,
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,
SAML. W. HOBSON, M. D.,
J. MACKST, Proprietor.
The Best-Has ?n Saloon Man
la Newport Nevs. + 4 + 4.
flrl&ST EXPORT BEER MADE.
Comfortable Pool and Billiard
Parlors Adjoining Cafe.
R. J. MAQKEY.
Urn BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
2809 Washington avenue.
REPAIR' WORIC A SPECIALTY
Shoe, Hai & Furnishing Goods
We are now having war right in our own vici?
nity with the high prices that you have hereto?
fore been paying for your wearing apparel. To
illustrate the above fact we will quote a few spe?
cial offerings for this week.
* Men's Satin Calf, solid leather shoes. 2
* worth $1.50, our price 95 cents. S
5? Men's Tan Russia, solid leathar, 5
laiest styles, worth $2.00. our price $1.48. 2
j> Men's Genuine Willar. Calf T?n Shoes X
J? with patent back stay, la coin or bull ?
32 dog toes, worth $3.00, our price $1.98. V
4? M-'n's Tun Viel silk vesting top, band
9 w.-ite<], in all the latest styles, worth
? $3.50, our price $2.50.
j> Men's Patent leather tan silk Vesting
2 Top, hand welted, in com or bull dog
J; toes, worth $4.50, our price $3.00.
Boys' Tan Vici Lace Shoe, solid lea**
?. <-r. worth $2.00. our price $1.25.
*' Youth's Tun Viel I.ace Shoe, solid
t throughout, worth $1.50, our pries 98
4i, Ladies' Tan Russia Leather Lace
s? Shoes, all solid leather, in coin or opera
*> toes, worth $1.50, our price 98 cents.
Jt Ladies' 'Din Viel Kid Lace Shoes,
?? vesing top, every pair warranted,
worth $2.00. our price $1.25.
?,<, Ladies' Genuine Don go la Oxford'?,
patent leather tip. all solid, worth $1.26,
*> our price 7S cents.
*f Ladies' Tan Vici Silk Vesting Top
X Oxford's, hand turned, worth $2.00, our
32 price $1.25.
3? Children's Tan Shoes, all solid leath
er. every pair warranted, worth $1.00
*i our price 74 cents.
* Misses' Tan Shoes, genuine goat, la
32 all the leading styh-s, worth $1.50, our
silk vesing top.
worth 75 cts., our
niton or lace s
rice 50 cents.
We carry In stock a complete assort?
iert of Hathaway. Soule & Harring
rm's Fine Shoes, which are acknow
Klged to be up-to-date in every respect
ud we can save you $1.00 on every pair
Hat and Furnishing Depart -
are always offering great la
? V/ i ? 11 Elk 1
The Up-to^Date Shoe, Hat and Gents' Furnishing Store
23d5 w ashington A.vre>., Newport News, Va.
Extraordioary Offer to the Housekeers of New?
For the Next Ten Days the Newport News Gas Corn-'
pany will Distribute 100 Gas Cooking Stoves on the
Most Reasonable Terms Ever Offered.
Those who do not care or cannot afford to buy a gas
stove out-right, can arrange with us to obtain a beautiful
gas range by making a very small cash payment and
twelve monthly payments of one dollor (?1) per month, at
the end of which time the range belongs to them. Range
set up in kitchen ready for use. No dirt! No dust! No
coal to bring in! No ashes to take up and carry out!
On it the finest lady in the land can prepare her meals
and not become soiled. Much cheaper than coal or wood!
And oh, what a comfort, husbands, to your wives who pre?
pare your meals over steaming coal ranges during the
long hot days of summer. Jf you wish to economize, buy
a gas range ; the saving over coal will pay for it in a few
months. If your house is piped but has no fixtures we
will make connection for use of the gas stove. This ofi'ei
is limited to 100 stoves.
For further information call at office, Braxton Building
Newport Mews Gas Company
By W. S. BO WEN, Superintendant.
& PURE ICE,
arc,- x \ Electric Lights;
; Incandescent and1
i Bell Wiring done
on short notice.
flRG LIGHTS Inspection goar^
Incandescent Lights, anteed.
METER Oft CONTRACT ,
PO VIER. \
Peninsula Electric Light and Power Co. ?
"NEWPORT HEWS, VA. j||
(Board of Directors meet third Tuesday In each month.) gg
''' you suffer from pains In your eysw
and head consult
SJ\I. G. PETTUS
EYE SPECIALIST. ?
2&G3 Washington avc? ev.'port Nevvs.Va.
He makc-a an exan.inaU n of your eyes,
ascertaining Just what is needed in the
way of glasses. n.-sAical treatment, etc.
Th. costs you nothing?other specialists
charge you from 41 to $10. Examination
free, and satisfaction guaranteed. No
charge is made for visits to the houses
of patient * lc this Uty or Hampton. Of?
fice in Klor's dm*ore,2603 Washington
-venue. Office 'ours: J tola, m., imd
a to a p, m. ?ot t-*,m.
THE BUCKR0E 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, km. _
The hotel has been enlarged. Per?
fect sanitary condition and piumblng.
Ualhlng Is unexcelled. Fishing and
boating unrivalled. No malaria. The
cool breezes of the Atlantic. Electric
cars every 15 minutes for Fort Monroe,
Hampton arid Newport News. No liq?
uors sold or gambling permitted. Pic?
nic parties allowed the use of the
mammoth pavilllon during the day.
Music every night except Sunday.
For terms apply to
CHARLES H. HEWINS,. Manager,
Buck Ros Beach Hotel,
apr 27-5m. . y
This week marks the fifth year of
our business career in Newport News,
and we propose making it a gala
week in clothing selling if lowness in
price can persuade trade in our
WE HAVE MARK]
WE HAVE MARKED
$ 9.00 Suits to $1.75.
WE HAVE MARKED
$12.?0 Suits to $C73.
WE- HAVE MARKED
SI.00 Pants to 33c
$1.50 Hats to 78c.
WE HAVE MARKED
50c Underwear to 25c.
WE HAVE MARKED
75c Shirts to 4Sc
WE HAVE MARKED
$5.00 Children Suits to $3.00.
WE HAVE MARKED
50c Knee P^nts to 25c.
WE HAVE MARKED
50c Working Shirts to 32c.
WE HAVE MARKED
$7.00 Mackintoshes to $3.50.
We have marked everything in stock?Clothing,
Hats, Furnishings, Trunks and Umbrellas?at cor?
respondingly low prices in honor of our anniver?
sary for one week only.
2G0C Washington avenue.
WAR OR NO WAR
2517 Washington avenue, nearly opposite P. O.,
can sell you a paper of pins or needles for lc. ma?
chine oil 5c, overalls 49c, shirts 25, 35 and 50c,
knee pants 25c, etc., children's dresses 25c, cor?
sets, laces, haniburgs, china, glass and tinware,
toys and notions of all kinds. Call anil examine
our stock. SUE M. OAK ROTT & CO.
q. B. WEST, President. D. S. JONES, Vice-Presldent. W. B. VEST. Cashier.
Citizens and Marine Bank
OF NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $15 OOO
PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $15,500.
A general banking: business. Every facility ofTered for safe and prompt
transaction of business on favorable termj. The accounts of Corporations,
Firms and Individuals solicited. Special attention given o collections. Drafts
drawn on all parts of the world.
A SPECIAL SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS OF U AND UPWARD.
G. B. Wost, H. E. Fark?r, T. M. Benson, J. B. Jennings, L. P. Stearnes,
E. T. Ivy, D. S. Jones, A. C. Oarrett, J. M. Curtis.
W. A. Post, President. J. R. Swlnerton, Vice-President. J. A. Willett, Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF- NEWPORT NEWS.
GfiPlTnL $100,000- SURPLUS $27,00C
W. A. Post, J. R. Swlnerton, M. B. Crowell, M. V. Doughty.
R. G. Bickford. C. B. Orcutt, I. Eugene White, J. A. Wille;?
Accounts of banks, carporations, merchants, individuals and firms invited
We offer depositors every accommodation which their balances, business and
responsibility warrant. Sell our own. drafts drawn on all principal cities ol
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.
Accounts of individuals, firms and corporations solicited.
Collections made on all parts of the country. Foreign exchanges bought
and sold at lowest rates. Foreign drafts issued on all parts of the world.
IN OUR DIME S VINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits receive! from 10 cents to $5.000.0u and interest allowed the rate of
4 PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
Only safety boxes in the city secured by time locks.
A 4AAAAAA A A A. A A A A A A A A A A A A A Ag
Now located at corner otf Washington avenue and Twenty-eighth street,
over Ideal Pharmacy. V
^Office Hours 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Sundays, 9 A M. to 12 M.
2GOOD SET._ '...TCCTI! .6 DOLLARS*
* BEST SET.I r r I ft.8 DOLLARS k
a PARTLVL SETS.1 LvLv 111 .IN FtROPORTION ?
^BRIDGE WORK AND CROWNS, 12 KARAT GOLD, $5.00 TER TOOTH,
a My first aim is to give patrons tiie
best of evttrytihing. and I am able to
do this aheaper tfhan others be?
cause of time saving appliances,
improved metihods and a large prac?
tice conducted on business princi?
ples.?Cataphoreais for painless fin?
EXTRACTING.25 cents 0
PAINLESS EXTRACTING.. BO cenur
SILVER FILLING.50 cents up?
GOLD FILLING.*i-00 up.
TEETH CLEANED.75 ceats.
If you want a building lot
Buy it of the
Old Dominion Land Company
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.
perhaps, every one will
come to the conclusion that It Is cheap?
er and better to buy Fire Insurance
than to ba left without a home, store
If you have reached that wiso con?
clusion, let us write a policy. The ad?
vantages of Insuring with this office
are numerous, the most prominent be?
ing prompt and liberal adjustment of
We do a Fire. Life and general in?
MARYE & BOYNTON,
_Room No. 1, Braxton Building.
E. W. JOHNSON
CONTKACTOK and BUILDEB
NEWPORT NBJWo. VIA.
Plans and Specifications Prepared on
?rottshi worj: & eEPBCSAI/TT
T HE NORFOLK ft WASHINGTON
1 STEAMBOAT COMPANY.
The New and Powerful Iren Patses
Steamers. Newport News, Washington
! aud Norfolk, will leave daily nut fell owe:
Steamers leave Portsmouth, foot
of North street at.6:8* p. sa.
Leava Norilsk. Coo-* of Kathews
street ftt.4:10 P- m.
; Leave Old Point at.7:8* p. m.
\rrtve Waehington at. 8:48 a. m.
B. & O. R R. PEKN. R B.
Leave Washington at ?:00 a m ? 7:20 a ffl
Arrive Philadelphia at 11:10 a m 10:46 a m
Arrive New York at 2:00 pm 1:28 p m
South bound, B. & O. R. R. Penp. R. R
Leaves New i'ork at 11:20 am 1:00 p n>
Leaves Philadelphia at 1:33 p m 3:18 p m
Arrives in Wa?ningten 4:80 pm 6:18 pa.
sicamers leave Washington at 7:00 p 1?
Arrive Fortress Monroe at 6:8t a es
.Vrrive Norfolk at T:8t> a 8?
Arrive Portsmouth at 5:00 a as
The trip down the historic Potomac river
I and Chesapeake bay on the elegant stcamsre
I of this Company is unsurpassed. Tata
tteamera are comparatively new, having
been built In 1881, and ara fitted up In the
most luxuriant manner, with electric lights,
'?all Sells and steam heat In each room. The
LhbUis are supplied with every delicacy ?I
j the season from the markets of Washington
For lurther information apply to
D. J. CALLA H \N, AssBt.
OLD DOMINION BTBAMgHIP CO.
DAILT ?KR VICE BETWEBIN
NEW TOKK AND VIRGINIA POINTS.
The elegant passenger steamships
Jamestown, Guyandotte, Princess
Anne. Old Dominion, leave New Tork
every day except Sunday at 3:00 P. M.
for Norfolk and Newport News, touch?
ing at Fortress Monroe on the south?
The ships of this line leave Norfolk
for New York direct ovary day except
Sunday at 5:30 o'clock.
A short, delightful and invigorating;
First-class. straight, Including
meals and berth . t 8.00
First-class, round trip, includ?
ing meals and berth . 13.00
Steerage without subsistance _ 4.50
Steamer Luray arrives from Smith
field and leaves for Norfolk dally ex?
cept Sunday, at 8:30 A. M. Returning
leaves Norfolk from Bay Line wharf
every day except Sunday at 3 P. M.
M. B. CROWELL. Agent.
/ i HBSAFBAKB & OHIO RAILWAY
V.'TU-r TRAINS DAILY FOR WASH?
INGTON. TWO THROUGH TRAINS
In EFFECT JANUARY" 6. 1Rt*
Lv. Newport Newa
Ar. Chariot tea villa
Ar. Cllf ton Forga
Ar. Hot Springs
Ar. White Sulp. Sp&a
?Except Sunday. Other time daily.
No. 1 Old Point to Cincinnati ?sd
LouisvUle dally. Parlor ou Old PoSnt
to Riohmond and Pullman sleeping osu*
Richmond for Cincinnati, LocJ?vJ'Je ?AA
St. Ix>uie. Meals served on Atning oaf
Weal of Gordonsviile. Connects at Rich?
mond for Lynch burg and Losl?ste?,
No. 8 for Cincinnati dally. Pnlhnsta
sleepers Old Point to HintKxn, W. Vsk.,
and Gordonsviile te> Ctnetanatl ana
Louisville. Meals served on easts
west of Gordonsviile.
Fop I Ne. I ! No. 4
Norfolk. I Dttjfly. ; Pally.
Lv. Newport News I 11:00 ?V I 6:09 a,
Ar Norfolk j 13:06 p. | 7:80 p.
Ar. Portsmouth_| 12:1? p. j 7:16 p.
Lt. Newport News
Ar. Old Point
No. J i Nc ?
Dally, j Patty.
11-06 a. [ 8:0* pi
11:28 a. ?:8Sp.
11:88a. \ gtfjtP.
Steamer Louise leaves Porusmoota
dolly at 7:40 A. M. ano t P. 84.; leaves
Norfolk 8 AM. and 3:80 P. M. tos New.
For tickets, rates and other informa?
tion, apply to E. W. Robinson, ticket
agent, Newport News, Va., or John D.
Potts, assistant general pacaans**
agon t- FrirfhmoroJ_?_
rp HE STEAMER 3. A. M'CALL
X will leave Newport News with beta
freight and passengers for Petersburc
every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
about T:15 A. M_, and will leave N aw pert
News for Norfolk every Tuesoy, Thon?
day and Saturday about 8:80 P. M.
Will leave Norfolk evaay Maa?ay.
Wednesday and Thursday at 8 A M.
sharp. J. W. PH2LLSPS
_ _" Owner.
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS
PORTATION CO.'S STEAMSHIP
LINES FOR BOSTON, PROVI?
Leave Newport News via Norfolk for
Boston every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, sailing from Norfolk at 6 P.
M. Leaves for Providence May 2nd,
6th. 10th, 14th, 18th, 23rd, 27th and 31st.
Leave Newport News for Baltimore
Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays
at 5 P. M.. connecting for Washington,
Philadelphia and New York. Fare to
Baltimore, one Way, tS.00; round trip,
$5.00, including stateroom berth. Ac?
commodations and cuisine, unequalled.
Freight and passengers taken for all
points north and east.
For further information apply to
L. C. SAUNDERS, Agent,
Newport News, Va.
W. P. TURNER, G. P. A.
J. C. WHITNEY, T. M.
General Office, Baltimore, Md,