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THURSDAY. AUGUST 11. 1S0S.
CAPTAIN MA HAN'S VI FW.
Captain Alfred T. Mahan. the great
naval expert and a prominent member
of the Board of Strategy, has taken up
the cudgel in defense of Commodore
William T. Sampson's report of the bat?
tle off Santiago, July :i. holding that
the commander who lays plans thai j
bring success is entitled to all the credit
that naturally follows. In a broad j
sense this position is correct, and so
tar as we have been able* to learn, no I
one is inclined to find fault with the
plan or with the disposition of the
blockading squadron at the time Ad?
miral Cervera made has disastrous
dash for liberty. It is only when the
acting admiral seeks to rob a brother
officer of proper credit and arrogates
to himself honors to which he is not
entitled that the American people ob?
ject. No doubt the same political inllu
ences that exalted Sampson over bis
superiors will fail to see anything short
of perfection in the report which lias
been the subject of so much comment.
It is not surprising that men who be?
lieve in tlie efficacy of that colossal
humbug?the board of strategy?should
consider the -plans are anything. Tn
the meantime, however, a majority of
the American people will differ from
Sampson and his friends and will hold
to the opinion that the man who direc?
ted the ship that bore the brunt of
the battle and whose guns did be most
execution, deserves something better
than mere mention In the "was also
Had Cervera's squadron sailed away,
would Sampson's report have read:
"The squadron under my command has
allowed the Spanish vessels to escape?"
Jt is a poor rule that won't work both
It is apparently the intention of tlie
War Department to make New York
the port of embarkation of troops. The
experiences at Southern ports have
been anything but' satisfactory.?.New
Our esteemed contemporary is evi?
dently mistaken in making its assertion
such a broad and general one. While
there was trouble at Tampa on account
of tlie inexperience and mismanage?
ment of the military officers and some
little delay in getting over the bar at
Charleston, there is at least one South?
ern port at which several thousand
troops have embarked on board trans?
ports without a single bitch. Wherever
there has been any delay in holding
the soldiers at Newport News it has
been caused by lack of preparation on
the part of the vessels and through no
negligence on the part of either the
port or railroad officials here. New
York, on account of its age and vast
wealth, has resources for handling al?
most anything in existence on short
notice, but as far as accommodation for
embarking troops Is concerned its
Southern rival refuses to admit any su?
periority on the part' of the older city.
"Does it occur to any one that, while
we are huzzaing over the victories of
our army and navy, we cannot point
avail tapes In disabling '
eupying her domin?
oes ?"inn" we haven't eaptured Cuba,
.or Porto Itieo. nor the Philippines,
in.I it' the Spaniards decline the peace
impositions now said to be under dis
?ussion, we've a great big job before us
-et. Charlottesvllle Progress.
It" our esteemed contemporary is un
villing to tttk.- ib.- res,ms of the en
'iigements at Manila and Santiago as
?decisive" Victories We should like to
know its delluition of the word. It
.s t,, us that .he mere filet that
victory enough for one war.
Uncle Pain should have no hand in
saddling Spain's Cuban debt upon the
I'ubans. It would bo the personifica?
tion ,,r injustice to make Hie patriots
foot the bills contracted by their op?
press,,,-! in the effort to forge the
chains of slavery around them.
DOUGHNUTS AND CRULLERS.
Bakerlrs That ??rodne? Nothing Kl?? Kin!
Sett to WIlolCSKllTH Olli}'.
Doughnuts, us every housewife knows,
raised with yeast, and crullers arc not
For doughnuts a sponge is made in a
doughnut lind cruller bakery r.t a in
The time required for Hie sponge to ris.i
depend-; somewhat on tho season and the
temperature It is mailt to rise at a iini
m time by keeping; it v. la re it is warm
winter and by the use of cold water
and cold mill; in summer. More llour.intl
the spices and other ingrcilieiitsiirc mixed
in at I o'clock, and lite dough is then I, It
to stand in.til lp in., when it is rolled
out, and cut up into pieces that will be
doughnuts when cooked. Thus cut out.
they are laid along in boxes or trays and
raised again for an hour or an hour and a
half, and lin n they arc cooked.
The doughnuts are laid on wire holders,
which are submerged in boiling fat or oil.
When done, they are lifted out and drained
and am I lien ready for sale. Doughnuts
: maduof dilTerent shapes, and there are
Koine variat ions made on doughnut stock.
There are, for instance, doughnuts Hindu
trith tin opening in them which is Idled
witli jelly, and there are variations on the
cruller?as, for example, one made with
an Icing or frosting?these, several varia?
tions having each a name of its ow n.
When I lie various ingredients of which
crullers are iiiatlo have been made into
dough, the dough is rolled out. and I be
crullers are cut from the sheets. They arc
picked up separately and I lie crossbill's
deftly twisted hi and out, facilitating I hu
perfect cooking and giving the cruller its
old time familiar form and appearance.
Crullers are cooked in the same way as
Doughnuts and crullers are made In
many bakeries that make bread and cake
and other things for their own retail trade.
There are at least four ha.' ? ties in the
city that make nothing but doughnuts
and crullers, selling to bakeries and res?
taurants at ?wholesale only.--.Now York
How Sienlik'Vf Ic7. Writes.
Slenkiewicz's method of making a book
Is as follows: lie works out a detailed
plan, and writes if dow n carefully lie
fixes Ihls in his head and lets it, "seelhe
and ferment" there, as lie says. When
ready to begin work, he divides his time,
nut into days, but weeks During the
first week he produces a certain amount,
the second wool; a similar amount, and so
on, week after week. He writes without
correction, and never copies, producing
just one manuscript?tl.no which ho
Bends to the printer. Each week's work
continues that of the preceding week.
Though the plan of the hook is elaborated
carefully in advance, this plan is not fol- |
lowed strictly. From the "soothing and
fermenting" in Ids head changes arc sug?
gested to the author, ami he makes them.
He litis no secretary, ainauttcitsis, copyist
or assistant.?.Icremitih Cut-tin In Cen?
His Father's fall.
They were talking about the military
records of their families.
"tine of my uncles," she said, "was se?
verely wounded at I lie battle of Mnlvoril
"Indeed," ho replied. " My fit her fell
lit the first battle of Hull Dun."
After she had cast n wit hol ing look at
him she retorted:
"What do you mean'' Your father is
"1 know he's alive Ho fell I localise he
didn't have time to ??, where ho was go?
ing and tripped over a i.t. 1 know this
is the truth, because I've heard him fell it
a hundred times " ? Cleveland Leader.
First Stranger (on railway train)?So
yon are selling Professor Blank's new
book, are you'' Strange coincidence. I
am Professor Blank.
Second Stranger? That so? Then you
wrote the very book 1 am agent for''
"Yes Tlic hardest work 1 overdid was
writing thai hook. "
"Well, well'. That's another strange co?
incidence. The hardest, work 1 overdid
was trying to sell it "-New 'i ort. Weekly.
On a piece of land in Ohl Lyme, Conn.,
Is a rocking stone of the I,,11.,wing dimen?
sions: Around the -loin- north and south,
il~ feat 7 inches; cast and west, " I foot 111
Inches. This immense stone is so delicate?
ly poised, tic,i one man can rock it from
four to six inches.
Santiago is the Spanish form for St.
.lames. 'Ith) oily ol Santiago de Cuba was
founded in If.ll and for several years was
the- capital of t In, island
LOST.?A I .A I tO 10 POCKKt-BOOK.
between Marsh Market and power
house on August Kith. .mining fr
dollar bill and a ring. Kinder -Will
please return to "Press Office" on
King street, Hampton. aug-ll-H"
Li 1ST.--LADY'S OOLD WATCH,
with short chain and charm. Kinder
wili I..- rewarded for returning it
to Matt,..-'s saloon. aag-ll-rt.
WANTED.?Operator tit Teh phone Ex?
change. Apply to Chief Operalor
Southern Bell Telephone and Tele?
graph Company, between .; and I
o'clock P. M. It.
WANTED?BY SEPTEMBER: M h
four unfurnished rooms (three large
and one small) by two ladles, with
privilege ,,f bath, in house with gas.
Above Twenty-seventh sti.t and be?
tween Washington anil West avenues
or on West avenue. Address, slat?
ing terms and locality. ".I. W.", Box
?H I City. a?g. lO-St-e.o d
WANTED -cmPPKl: ACCUSTOM KT)
Apply at t h" Neu p irl New Iron a".d
Brass foundry, Forty-first street and
LaFayotto avenue. tmg. 10-21*
FOR RENT? PLEASANT ROOMS
wiib liest class board, at 10:1 Twenty
seventh street, near West avenue
Table boarders taken.
MRS. .1. If. ORE AN ER.
BY MRS. M. E DOSWELL
Nc. lo? 27M? Street.
First class table and jiieas
ant rooms. Terms reason
able. July 3-"
Shake Into Your Shoes]
Allen's Fo'ot-Ensev a powder tor tlie |
feet. Il cui'CH painful, swollen, smart-I
ing, nervous feet and instantly takes1
the sting out of corns ai d bunions
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
the agr. Allen's Font-Ease makes
tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a
certain cure for sweating, callous and
hot tired, aching feet. Try it today.
Sold bv all druggists and shoe stores.
Trial package FULL. Address Allen
s. Cdmstod. Le Roy. N. Y.
? ***3 ****** .
,! For This Week, s
We shall sell all of our Colored
Untrimtned Hats that are worth
75c, $1.00 and $1:50, for 11 Cent?.
are worth $5 and $0, now J2.4K.
LAD l KS' IIANDKEItCIII F.FS.
We have closed out about too ?
dozen Ladies' Handkerchiefs at %
]<:?.- than manufacturer's' prices, ^
which we shall offeraccordingly: %
Ladies' Handkerchiefs, hem- *
stitched .and embroidered hems, ?
val lace, and lace mi heins, for j
tin- small price of 5 Cents, g
embroidered Handkerchiefs in 5
all styles and kinds" that sell *
for from 15 to 25 cents, will be #
sold for a Cents. ?
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Sale of Valuable Real Estate
By virtue of three certain deeds of
trust, the one bearing date of the sec?
ond day of .May, 18SS, another the sixth
day of April, 1SS9, and the other on the
ninth day of September. 1SU2, made by
Caricr AI. Braxton and wife to the un?
dersigned trustees, and duly recorded,
will be s..Id on
SATURDAY. AUGUST 13T1I, 1S9S
at 12 o'clock in front of the Court
House door in the city of Newport
; News. Va., all that certain lot or par
j eel of land located at the southeast
j corner oi Washington avenue and
rtieth street, fronting on Washing
avenue 100 feet with a depth of
100 feet, known and designated on Mc?
Lean's map of Newport News as lots
i.umbered twenty-five C25). Twenty
-ix (20). twenty-seven (27), and twenty
?ight t2S). in block number one hundred
and forty-nine (1101.
This property will be sold In two par?
cels?First: Lot number twenty-five
(25). fronting on Washington avenue
?nty-tlve feet, with a depth of one
j hundred feet, and adjoining the Nelms
iperty. Second: Lots number twen
-six i'-r'). twenty-seven (27), and
entv-eight (2S). fronting on Wasblng
:i avenue seventy-five feet. ' with a
depth of one hundred feet, with >he cx
? ptinn of lot number 2S. which lot
umber 28 has a depth of about 41..in
Upon this property there is a large I
ml commodious brick dwelling. This
among the most desirable properties
i Hie city of Newport News, and of?
fers a rare opportunity for a most de
TETtMS.One-third In cash and the 1
balance in two equal payments of one
ind two years, with interest from the
lay of sale, deferred payments to be j
secun il by deed of trust on the premi?
ses, with the liberty to (he purchaser
to anticipate the payments.
.Inly If!. 1S9S. THOMAS TABB,
(40,000 Bridge Bonds of the City of
Newport News, Va.
! Sealed proposals will be received by
j the Common Council of the City of
Newport News, until 12 noon Septem
: bei- f>, for the purchase of $40,000 4 1-2
j per cent. Bridge Bonds. Interest pay?
able send-annually at the Treasurer's
i offii.' the city or Newport News, or
I Hank of New York N. B. A., New York
[City. Principal payable In thirty
I years, optional after twenty years.
! Address all bids to City Clerk, mark?
ed Pels for City Bonds. Certified check
for $1.000, payable to City Treasurer
unconditionally, must accompany each
bid, P. be returned if bid is rejected.
All bids must be on blanks furnished
by City clerk. J. A. MASSIF;.
A /? I I / jf from healthy cow?
IVi-rL?r\ -a**"* " c,loa,
*Ls a house and aJ
way* open for Inspection?6 cents * !
quart or 3 cents a pint. Milk from Jer?
sey cows S cents a quart or 4 cents a
pint in glasi bottles. Delivered any?
where in the city.
J. E. Langslow.
The celebrated Spiritual, Trance and
Business Medium, is now lacated in
Newport News. Beads life past pres?
ent and future with absolute correct?
ness. Gives valuable advice An busi
I ness and harmony to tlie family circle.
i Every one in trouble should call on her,
3110 Twenty-fourth street, opposite
Warwick Iron "Works.
?IM THE? JUMP!
(iioimr to make this liribk business more brisk tlian ever. Our
policy of picking out special lots for sacrifice every week to gain
more new frieiuls has met witl. a hearty response. Busier anil
busier each week. We do business 0:1 the straight forward "above
board" plan, and it lias gained us hundreds of friends and patrons.
Head and inspect. If what you buy don't please you briny it back
and get your money. We insist upon it.
Fop a Week
We oiler fine $(5.50, $7,
.157.50 iintl SB. 50 all wool
suits at the cut price of
$15, $10.50 and sis first
This lot comprises some of tl
handsomest suits shown this
Pop a Week
These comprise fine fancy
cheviots and true navy hi tie,
hand twist serge. Special
price $7 50.
Men's White Duck ami ("rash Pants.
Cuban Cloth Coats, light weight. r,0c.
Men's Good Working Pants. 58c.
Better Grade, G9c.
Children's Knee Pants. 10c up.
Peppered Jean Drawers. 23c.
New and Nobby Silk Neckwear. 'J
Japonette Handkerchiefs, 10c.
Men's Silk Garters, 15e.
Pioneer Suspenders. 19c.
Men's Laundered Percale Shirts. 5
Fine PulT Bosom Silk Shirts, ?Sc.
$1.0(1 Madras Shirts. 5Sc.
ONE PRICE AND T It l\ 1
IS THE MOTTO AT
GftRN&R'S RELIABLE. CLOTHING HOUSE
2714 Washington Avenue
Read Every Item
In this advertisement and take
iadvantage of the offerings made flu-rein.
I You.will thank us for the timely opportu?
nity of saving many hardearned dollars
for high grade goods.
A\e>tVs and Boys' Suitsthat Were
175 Pairs Men's
and Patent Leather Bals. for
?e $3.50, $4.(1(1, $5.00, choice now
1500 Pairs Misses'
Children's and Infants' Strap San?
dals and oxfords, in Tan. Black and
Patent Leather, at nearly one-half
their former price.
125 rairs Ladies'
tually sold for J
close for $1.23.
Sizts mostly 3. 3 1-2. 4 and 4 1-2
Is that were no
2 5ir and $;:.00. u
About 500 Pair:
of Infants' and Children's Button
Shoes in Black and Tan. ali olounstock !
We oiler them at one-third off rogul
Don't miss these strong offerings. Never
again will you have the equal chance to put
dollars in your own pocket.
Clothier. Shoer ana
1 National Duilding
"Well we hope it is, but we Know
that mi miner and hot weather will be
wiih us for some time to come and if
you have not already availed yourself
of the chance to get a go,id Detroit
Jewel Gas Hange you have missed one
or your best friends and more, you
have missed tlie comfort that can only
be had from the use of gas fuel, which
brings delight and happiness wherever
it is in use. Talk is cheap you may
say and a gas man must "gas," and
who can blame him. He knows a good
thing?he wants to push it along, and
he is willing that his friends should
share in Hie procession. Generous soul
that he is. lie gives his advice free. It
is no trouble to sing the praises of gas
for fuel and as for light, its beauty
shines so he who runs may be impress?
ed. Has ror fuel at $1.00 is the cheapest
fuel if il is economically used. Are
you economical ? You are prudent and
wise. Therefore get a gas range. We
will tell you something next week
ab.ml healing that will surprise you:
Call No. 34 on either phone if you can
not call. But come if you can.
Newport News Gas Company,
W. S. BOWKN. Supt.
rp BITSTFES SALK OF Til It F.F.
1 FINE RESIDENCES ON TII1B
TTETII STREET. BETWEEN WASH?
INGTON AND WEST AVENUES, T< i
HE SOLD SE PA HAT ELY.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust,
dated on the 14tii day of March, 1S!?.
and recorded in deed book No. 1, page
200, executed by Carter M. Braxton and
Nannie <'. Braxton, his w ire, to the un?
dersigned as trustees, to secure the
United Banking and Building Company,
of Richmond. Va.. the payment of the
bond therein described, del'ault having
been made in the payment of the in?
stalments therein prescribed, by the re?
quest of the Board of Directors of said
company, we shall sell at public auc?
tion, to the highest bidder, on the
premises, at 12:30 o'clock P. M. on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 13TH. 1S:'S.
all those certain lots, pieces or parcels
of ground situated at Newport News,
in the county of Warwick, and State
ol" Virginia, known and designated ax
lots Nos. IB. 17 and IS in block No. 105
on a certain map entitled, "Map of a
Part of the City of Newport News.
Va.." made by E. E. McLean, civil en?
gineer, a copy of which was filed in the
clerk's office of the County Court of
Warwick county on tlie 2iith day of
TERMS:?One-third cash and the
balance of purchase price upon a credit
of six and twelve months from day ol'
sale. In equal instalments, to be secured
bv deed of trust upon said lots.
Dated August 4th. 1 SI'S.
E. M. BRAXTON.
H. L. DEN'OON,
I S? tit Est
NIACKEY'S . . .
. . RESTAURANT.
k Xi V;?=r
Monis at al! hours. First-class Din?
ner. 25c. From 12 to 2 P. M. The best
that the market affords in every re?
spect. Game In season. Suppers fur?
nished to parties on short notice.
Lor. Washington Avenue and 2th St.
George Loltse, Manager
On September l, 1898,
Will open in Newport News a Selrcf
Day School for (HHs. number limited. Hal!
hour oral lesion in Kreuch (Parisian ac?
cent) will be given daily to the whole school
free of charge.
For particulars apply to
MISSELIZABETH H. CLARKF,
120 Thirty-first Street,
I f you want a line
Wire op Iron Fence
3^3 TiA/erity-Klijjhth Street
Maimfaottirer and Agent for nil
kinds iron wire and wire goods, Lighl
forges. july 1!) Otii
Patronize Home Industry
Having doubled our force we are now
prepared to fill all orders promptly for
EL MARCO CIGARS
Factory, No. 2,402 Washington ave?
nue, over old Armory. 1yl9-6m
NEWPORT NEWS CIGAR CO.,
P. O. Box 95.
L? BOOT AND SHOE MAKKR
REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY
2809 Washington av&oue.
??! attend our Great Clearing Sale.
II For any pair of our $3, $3.50 |
i or $4 Men's hand welted, tau, viei I
ft Russia calf summer shoes. j
ft Only about, 100 pairs of these shoes remain. |
Do not<'eiav,hut call am1, examine the goods anil 1
you will agree with us when we say they are the
best values ever olVered in this city for the itioii
There is a positive loss on these goods for m
For- any pair of our $1.50, $2.00, S
or $2 50 Ladies' black and tan viei ||
kid oxfords. These are all stylish, |J
up to dato footwear. ||
Do mil delay, hut call ai once, as our entire *p,
oid; will lie disposed (.fat sacrificing prices. 5p|
U'vto-iiatu Slioc, flat and Gent's Furnisliiii? store
2!i0?i Washington Ave., Newport News
i^>. Dr, Ii im Robinson t
er Tdeal Pharmacy, fe.
Sunday*, i A. M. t.i II M W
i:kt;:acti nu. L
J Waahl riKrt,',E iivenBt sod Twenty-eighili street, over TJeal Pharma?:
^ Otllee Hours 3 A. M. to 6 P. M.
,rj ((pen nveniiii.
J VITALIZF.D AUi b'OU l'AlNLi
; COOP SKI'.
P.\ RTIAI. SETS.'.
No charge ;',,!? extract ing when tool
j Painless oxtrcictuitf willi local R!;:;st!ii:t.io.' ...
3 Teeth 0h,uied.7r,c
H: I,!;,-- work hml clowns, 'J'2 Unrat -,,hl, $? per tooth.
!.J> ALI. WOKK ti UARANTKKI).
"?f ^ss? ^ %gr ^ ?qp' "^r ^ ~w ~*t~ "^7 ^ -?y xsr ^sf -fl
.S D< .(.f/Attil r
IN PROPORTION y
.' Oe ii p
puss ice, akc ? J electric Lights; $
WHOLISSU RHAiL. jk?T<fe$ I
GOLD ST0RH?IS; on short notice. |? 011(1 (HffiKliiHI!
fifiC LIGHTS Inspection guaiv
liiMiit'eswciit Liuhis, antecd j No Dirt,
, Electric and GoR?dnaiion \ n0 odor
i-tUiures 01 Fociory Prices
i-,~.T.rT_ No Matches,
jr? WjLn.\ -phone-zci*. \
<??. 1 lk o ? com 1 raot
Peninsula Electric Light and Power Co,
NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
(Hoard of Directors moot third Tuesday lu each month.)
SC ti M E LZ "5 R05.
NhWPORT NiVv'S. VA.'
Offers Bts Customers lE\ye>r-y Accoininodatloii
Corssistestl IAj'iUi nf? Beink.1 itfe?.
AccoiintK of iinliviii uals, lirius ami corporal ions soliciied. Collection
I iiiaiie on all parts of I he country. Foreign ii rafts issued i>n all (mr!h of the
IN OUR DIWE SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from itl cents to $5,000 ami interest allowed at the rate of
FOUlt P1SR CK NT. PISH ANNUM.
SAFETY DEPOSIT EiO>i.F:i;S FOR RENT
Only Safety tioxes in tins- Cr.lty St-cnrod L>y Time Locks
W. A. Post, President. J. r. Stvlr.erton, Vice-President. J. A. "Willett, Ca?hier
OF NEWPORT NEWS.
GftPI! rtL $100,000. direc tors : SURPLUS $30 000
W. A. Pest, J. r. Swlnerton, M. E. Crowed, M. V. Douffhty,
r. o. Bicliford. C. b. Orcutc, i. Eugene White, J. A. Willat:.
Accounts of hanks, carporailons, mer chants, individuals and firms Invited.
We offer depositors every accommodation which their balances, business And
responsibility warrant. Soil our own. drafts drawn on all orinoipal eitlea of
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR KENT.
o. ii. wkst, President.
JONES, Vice-president. W. B. VEST, Oaahler.
. OF NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $1 5 OO >
r'AIl) IS DIVIDENDS, $15,500. '
A general banking business. Every facility offered for ?a.fft Jtnd prompt
transaction of business on favorable terma. The accounts of Corporation*.
Firms and Individuals solicited. Special attention given o collections. Drafts.
?Jrawu on all parts of the world.
A SPECIAL SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DE POSITS OP J2,i.ND UPWARD.
SIREC TORS ? H'
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