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3. F.. THACKER, Editor and Manager.
PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING
BY TU IS
Dailv Press Company
The Daily Press may be obtained
every morning at the following places:
Crossley Bros. Washington avenue.
J. A. Corey, Acre.
Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant.
Charles Robinson. No. , Ivy avenue.
Parties other than those having led?
ger accounts with the paper, civic so?
cieties ami military organizations, are
required to pay for transient adver- I
tisements in advance. An increase of '
33 1-3 per cent, will be charged for Iran- |
sient advertisements not paid for in
advance and no transient advertise?
ment will be booked for less spat e
than one inch. To illustrate: one-half
inch Is 50 cents, one inch 75 cents for
one time, when paid in advance: hut
they will be ?1.00 if charged. Tran?
sient advertisers will save money by
remembering this notice, wh.ch applies
in all cases, irrespective of financial j
Advertising rates furnished on appli?
cation. Contractors are not allowed to
exceed their space or advertise other
than their legitimate business. exe.-pt
by paying especially fur the same. Ad?
vertisements discontinued before the
expiration of contract will he charged
for at transient rate? for the tune in?
oally. twelve months . $4.00
Dally, six months . $2.mi
Daily, one month.4(1
Dally, one week .Hi
All business, news letters or tele?
graphic dispatches should be addressed
BELL 'PHONE .3514
CITIZENS' 'PHONE . 14
Entered at the Postofflce al Newport
News, Va., as second-class matter.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1S9S.
?w UNCLE SAM LENIENT.
According' to advices from both Paris
and Washington it seems Unit the
United States government will assume
control of the Philippine Islands on a
basis which should be very satisfac?
tory to Spain. According to these re?
ports the Spanish government will he
reimbursed for all money expended in
developing the islands, except in those
places now occupied by American troops
or controlled by the American navy.
This is an eminently fair and liberal
proposition and if the Spaniards have
an iota of common sense they will ac
cept it without undue parleying. No j
matter what the Spaniards may say
regarding the matter, it is plainly evi- !
dent that the great American republic
will not take advantage of its magnifi?
cent victory to impose onerous and un?
reasonable terms upon the vanquished j
With this matter disposed of the work
of the Peace Commission should be
greatly simplified. The question of Hie
disposition of the Philippines was re?
cognised from the very beginning as be?
ing the most dangerous ami knotty pro.
blem to be discussed. Undoubtedly the
fact that Spain would be forced to re?
capture the greater portion of the ar?
chipelago even If the United States
government should agree to renounce all
claim to the islands, will probably have
some weighl with the Spanish commis?
sioners when it comes to finally decid?
ing the matter. They will probably ar?
gue that it is belter to accept a given
sum from Uncle Sam than to take the
chances of gaining the whole territory
again by either diplomacy or further
It is quite eveldent thai the adminis?
tration tit Washington is disposed to
ti-at the dons with till Hie leniency
they deserve, and the Spanish com?
missioners will he exceedingly foolish if
they fail to take advantage of this fact
while they may. It has been shown
that neither bluffs nor the much vaunt
. ed Castilian diplomacy can accomplish
anything which the common sense of
the American Commissioners does nut
sanction. Spain has the worst end of
the situation and should diligently avail
itself of an opportunity to make the
best of it.
A GOOD-BYE AND A WELCOME.
Mr. Waldo Porter Johnson left this
city yesterday to take a position with
the Newport News Press. Mr. Johnson
has been for .a long time connected with
this paper and is well and favorably
known to the citizens of charleston.
He is a courteous gentleman, a grace?
ful writer, an industrious gatherer of
the news, and thoroughly devoted to
his chosen profession. We reflect the
sentiments of the whole Gazette force,
as well as of his many Charleston
friends, in cordially wishing him good
luck and long years ..!' prosperity.?
Charleston (W. Va.) Gazette.
Mr. Johnson has accepted the position
'of city editor of the Daily Press, sue
feeding ?lr. John B. Locke, who was
recently appointed referee in bankrupt?
cy for this district. 11.- was for some
time city editor of the Norfolk Virgin?
ian and is a'newspaner man of reong.
nlzed ability. The Daily Press is grat.
ified at it* good fortune in securing the
services of so valuable man. Mr.
Johnson's welcome as a member of its
fluff 1? as cordial and sincere us the
farewell felicitations of our esteemed
West Virginia contemporary are grace?
ful and eommandutory.
Mr. John I!. Locke, who has been city
editor of the Daily Press for the past
two years, retires from the service of
the paper with the best wishes of the!
management and Iiis assoi lutes m 'he
business, editorial and mechanical de?
Both of the Republican nominees for
Congress in the Second District are
"confident" of winning in the fight
which will close next Tuesday night.
We also not., with interest that the
friends of Hon. National Issue Roose?
velt are "i on!:.lent" that his side show
will go j,,,,, Albany at a rattling gallop
to the tune of a hundred thousand mn
jority. Confidence is a very good assert
unless it is -at a sixteen to one basis?
the one representing the propnrti.I'
votes upon which He- "contldelice" it"
based. In which event it is sometimes
If an ordinance looking to the regu?
lation of building matters ill Newport
News is introdu.I at tonight's session
of the Council, it is to be hoped thai
the City Fathers will consider the mat?
ter th.uglily and lake wise action in
reference to the question. There can be
no doubt thai Iber.- is great laxity in
Newport News so far as authoritative
regulall.f building matters is con?
cerned. It is only necessary to refer
to the recent accident in Itoeketts in
Order to show thai the subjec t Is an
important one and on,- which should lie
Settled WitilOllt delay.
From the remarks of Hon. John I'.
Allgeld regarding lion. Join, I:. Tanner
and vie,- versa. ,.110 would naturally
I.,- constrained to believed that Illinois'
"Two Johns" should play a long en
gag, merit in the Juliet penitentiary.
France would do well to reniemb,
that Spain at one time hud a vei
si l ong nn \ y on paper.
SEW ADV KKTISKM BN'i :..
WANTED TH COMMUNICATE wi'h
young man perfectly mini iar with
dress,-,! lumber-, shingle..-, etc. And
also oik- competent in bookkeeping.
Als,, two colored drivers familiar with
city. Address can- Daily Press.
"Plaioog Mill." ue-2!l-ll*
FOK RENT TWO I?ARGE ROOMS.
nicely I'm n is I. and heated. Front
room and one adjoining, t lenilcmen
?oily. Apply al No. 1L'2 Thirl v-tlrst
street, bet ween T.::o and ;i P. M.
WANTED Si '1 H it. A RS FOR THE
New Rapid System of Shorthand. Step
bgraphy and Typewrit ng executed
with neatness and dispatch. -.'i;>ij
Washington avenue. oo 2!l-::t*
WANTED PRIVATE STUDENTS IN
the languages and mathematics by
experienced tutor and University gra?
duate with highest honors. Address.
"Tutor." i his office.
FOR RENT? FURNISHED ROOMS,
will, privilege of bath room, etc., at
10!l 27th street, mar West avenue.
SELECT P.OA RDING HOUSE?Terms
reasonable. Mrs. Young. No. 120 Thir?
ty-second street between Washing
ington and West avenues, New?
port News. Va. 10-1-1 lil
FOR SALE?WHAT AM I OFFERED
for a $1,?00 stock of Hardware. for
general trade. Jusl the stock for a
OTT? ' WITTRER 'I I.
oc-27-lit. Claremont, Va.
FOR RENT STORE ROOM SUITA?
BLE lor clothing or grocery store, in
good business locality. Address "N,"
Daily Press. oc-27-lwk.
Sllman Milling Go.,
Charleston. W. Va.
Manufacturers of and Whnlosal- Heal.
High Grade Floor and Meal
All Kinds of Feed and Hay
Full .Roller Mills
"F. F. V " FLOUR OI'R LEA DER.
Daily capacity 2011 barrels. Grain and
Hay delivered to all points a specially.
hY FRANCIS M. ELLISON
No- 114 Thlrtu-first Street
Also furnished rooms for rent, with
lor without board. Ter.ns reasonable.
NOTICE?The annual meeting of the
[stockholders of the Newport News
Supply Company will be held at the
.Hice of the company on Tuesday, Dec
?mber ti. ISflS, at S P. M.
T. II. GORDON.
j A Good Judge of Fuel,
till never burn anything but our high
grade coal. It Is not only satisfactory
for cooking and heating purposes, but
its intense heat and long continued
combustion makes it economical In the
C. 0. SMITH & CO
BY MRS. M, E. DOS WELL,
No. 105 27tli Street.
First! class table and pleasant rooms.
Terms/ reasonable. ll-25tf
?/ BOOT AND SHOK MAKES,
Kf?PAIR WORK A SPECIALTY.
LIKE IT I
ORIANDO--As I Remembe-. it was Upon This }
Fashion. ^-"_ j
(act i, sckxe !.) J
T1IK DRUG CLERK GROWLS.
? Councilman, Hi.. Drummer ami
tli.- Man-FromiNcxt-Duor wore abso
d in o triangular name of euchre
he i.)< room of the Washington ave
10.. ilrug stoic, and the drug clerk was
? impounding a (.ill mixture at lite pre
cription ease, which sto.nl immediately
in front of the opening of the partition,
ictually shutting out from the view
customers the proceedings in prog
- in [lie rear.
Some of these medical practitioners
it. me tired." observed the Drug
rk, loud enough for the ears of the
i at the table. 'I'll.- remark weal un?
tied. The clerk scrap..1 the enamel?
led slab vigorously with a spatula, got
lie mass of mixed drugs into a square
hunk and said in a louder tone:
?'Son.f these doctors make me
?I'll.'- click of the cards as the Coun
?ilm.'tn shullled and deall was Hi.sly
reply from the back room.
The Man-Oul-of-ti-Job came in and
was wending his way to tile rear apart- j
mein jus! as Hie clerk was rolling the
sixteen parts of the nauseous looking
mass into pills.
"These doctors wive me a pain in the
neck." was what the clerk was saying
is the last coiner entered.
"Whose b. ruflling you now?" ask
?d the Man-Oiil-ot'-a-Jnb. drawing up
, chair lo the card '.able.
??Why." began the clerk, in a lone of
ll-eonoeiiled triumph al having secured
in audience. "I was jus; speaking of tin
way some of ..or physicians write out
their prescriptions. I have seen people
iring slips of paper in here covered with
hieroglyphics that were almost as easy
io decipher as lie inscription on (i
"Ii causes us no end of worry. We
have P. detain tin- cusl.r on some
faked pretext while we send Hie pie
scripllon back In the doctor's ollice I"
have ii interpreted.
"Then there are physicians win. en?
deavor io write directions and all in
Latin. As some of these men have
rather mixed ideas abnui the declension
of nouns and the conjugation of Latin
verbs, we occasionally strike a proscrip?
tion Ilia! reads something on Ibis ordei
when translated: 'Three doses of a
talilespoonf.nl each a! meals, after Hi.;
night lief.very day.' Of course, we
never allow Hie patient to discover Hie
mistakes his doctor may make.
"Are thev gralerul to us'.' Not a bit
The doctor .nes in a day or iw , after
" Hilly. I hope you'll keep that little
slip of mine to yourself. What's Ibis
lew In and of cigar you've got in the
:ni Billy. Let's try one."
"Then he biles thr end ofl'a ten com
?igar. lighis it. puls half a dozen more
n his pocket, thrusts his thumbs into
in- armhiiles of his vesl and say.-: "fa.
a. old hoy. I'll sc.- yon subsequently,
lust chalk these against me.'
"U ever you remind him thereafter
hat In- owes tor those cigars he's likely
0 send his prescriptions io the fellow
n the nexi block."
And Hi.- Drug Clerk lable.l the wrap
iod Hie box. Hed ii with blue iwiiie and
io I looted sr. cents from the red-headed
:lrl wiih a wart on her nose. win. had
icon wailing for It exactly ,,n,. hour and
The man who hooks the shows for the
>pera House is Manager Booker. The
?success he tias made of his business
,-oes lo show that there's something in
1 name aller all.
A ?real many of the "tonderfeot"
vim wen! i,i the Klondike to locale
Taims are now located six feel under
:l.lti.1.1 produces little affa
i Saturday nighi stabbing
nl faith. Iii show' that ii is
ning its sanguinary title an.I
Son.f the bicycle riders in Newport
-.'ews . ndanger 1 In- safety of pedestrian*
iy failing to cany lamps after dark.
Ml of the wheels carry hells and many
.! them cany belles.
A Philadelphia letter says thai "all
he simp windows display for sale ju
iilce jn^s." i in,, is tempted to believe
hat each of Hie juKs contained on,- or
.e jubilee jags.
Till-'. RAI '? I N'T EU It.
The celebrated Spiritual. Trance and
Business Medium. Reads life past,
present and future with absolute cor?
rectness. Gives valuable advice in bus?
iness and harmony to the family circle.
Every one in trouble should cal 'on her.
-Ml Virginia Avenue, apposite the Elec
iric Light Plain au~
The Hoard of School Trustees.
Newport News. Vit., Del. 24, ISMS'.
Sealed bids will he received by the un?
dersigned until 12 o'clock M. November
24th. IXUS, for the purchase of the public
school properly heroin mentioned and
described. Bidders will state their own
terms. Tile board reserves tile right to
reject any and all bids. Two lots. Nos.
11 and 12. block 12,1. and houses thereon,
known a.s Hi,. '-'Stli street white public
school. Two lots, 51 and 52. block 13.
and houses thereon, known as the Rock
cits Colored Public School. Two lots.
Nos. 15 and 16. block ISC. map made by
c. M. Braxton. civil engineer, and
houses on said lots, known as tile Lake
\ ill.- While Public School.
JNO. SHELDON JONES.
Clerk of Board.
12!? Twenty-seventh street.
( \PBRf\ fiOUSB
* ' G. 1$. A. BOOKKIl, MGR.
line Week of Comedy, Commencing
MONDAY, NIGHT, OCT. 31ST
The people's favorites Emma-Myrkle
& Harder- Will, with their own big
Dramatic and Vaudeville Company, in
a. reportoire of the latest successful
plays, presenting by permission of the
Theatrical Syndicate. Monday night.
Lizzie Evans' great play, "The Buck?
eye." with elite vaudvllle. All star cast
of metropolitan artists. Monday night
300 tickets will be issued for the bene?
fit of the ladies at 15 cents and must be
reserved before 7 P. M. on Monday ev?
ening. Nov. Tili. Prices, 15. 25 and 35
cents. Scats now fin sale at Ideal
To the Public.
It having come to our knowledge
Ilia! reports have been circulated that
Joseph Hautz has sold diseased meat
and that A. L. Parker has sold milk
from diseased cows, we, the under?
signed, take this method of branding
these reports as absolutely false. Dr.
Faville and Dr. Roup. veterinary sur?
geons, and Mr. Sol Miller, cattle in?
spector, will testify to the fact that
tlie milk and cattle handled by the un?
dersigned, respectively, are healthy
and in good condition. The reports re?
ferred to above were circulated with
malicious intent for the purpose of in?
juring our business. They are wholly
JOSEPH HAUTZ. Butcher.
A. L. PARKER. Dairyman.
In order .to close them out we
100 Fancy Percale Bosom Shirts 75 cents
25 Dozen Black and Tan Sox 12i cents, were
15 Dozen Puff Scarfs 23 cents, were 39c.
In addition to the above we are selling the
best $3 $3.50 and 55~Shoe in the city.
Our GUARANTCLiD Patent Leather Shoe
for S5 is chuck full of style and fit- Call and
Our Clothing Department is up to the in?
stant and replete with all that is new. nobbv
Brinn vourself and bo^s to us. We Will do
f/T/pY ' The Reliable
//L/ / . ?... Clothier. Shoer -\no
% if you want a building lot
? Buy it of the
Lots for sale on easy terms in all sections of the
Finely located hnr.5nes& iota on Washington ave.
Farms for sale or rent in Elizabeth C'ty, War?
wick and York Counties.
Old Dominion Land Company,
ROOM NO. 11.
K?ST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 8 P. M
M H. Lash,
2803 and 2805 Washington Ave
f - ? ? mm
This beautiful Couch, upholstered in si line final- ^
ity velvet, worth $12.00, lor 10 da"S Onl ' $7.50- I
' $7.50 Cash or Ci edit. $7.50 ?
Gail at the:
Wie mica, lye ord Rticvoiirg works
at Wilmink's Old Stand.
221 Twenty-seventh bt.,
For first class dying, scouring and
renovating at the lowest possible prices.
Ladies' and children's worku specialty.
Shoe Fo tfie People
The Best \:
Shoe for the Foot
Shoe for the Money
Also sells Underwear,
Neckwear and hand wear.
ffiogler Shoe <SHat Co.,
2704 Washington Avenue.
NEWPOt'.T NEWS. VIRGINIA.
Strict attention paid to mail orders.
Patronize Home Industry
Having doubled our force we are now
EL MARCO CIGARS
Factory, No.'2.402 Wushington ave
NEWPORT NEWS CIGAP CO..
nue. over old Armory.
P. O. Boat P.
IS II If If! "
Well we hope it is. but we icnoiv
that summer and hot weather win be
with us for some time to come and if
you hav? not already availed yourself
of the chance to get a good Detroit
Jewel Gas Range you have missed one
of your best 'rlends and more, you
have missed the comfort thai tan o; /
be had from the use of gas fuel, which
brings deligh' and happiness wherever
it is in use. Talk is cheap you may
say and a gas man must "gas." and
who cun blame him. He knows a good
thing?he wants to push it along, and
lie is willing that his friends should
share in the procession. Generous soui
that he is, he gives ids advice free, it
is no trouble to sing the praises of gas
for fuel and as for light, its beauty
shines so lie who runs may be impress?
ed. Gas for fuel at $1.00 is the cheapest
-1 if it 1b economically used. Are
you economical ? You are jwudent ana
\v?e. Therefore get a gas range. We.
will tell you something next week
about heating that will surprise you.
Call No. 34 on either pnone if you can
net call. But come if you can.
Newport News Gas Company,
W. S. BOWEN. Supt.
! NEW5. .
I Get The
s| Yes, such amazing bargains like the
!?. offerings below is absolutely nothing less than
f?nding money for you. It shows onr price cut?
ting and underselling power and gives more evi
?vi deuce of our great name as bars am distributors.
Men's Calf, heavy soles, solid leather through?
out, Police Shoe. Regular value $2-O0.
Men's Satin Calf, extension sole, winter
weight Shoes, in bull dog and all the latest toes,
with genuine Dongola tops and all solid leather.
Regular price $2.50.
Men's Genuine Willow Calf Tan and Box Calf
heavy soles, made with outsnleback stay, in all
the leading shapes, in lace and Congress. Regu?
lar value ?3.00.
Boy's Satin Calf, extension soles, leather/ \.
ed. solid throughout, in all style toes. RegiV.
value ?2 00.
Ladies' Genuine Vici Kid, lace and button
Shoe>. hand turned, in all the leading toes. Reg?
ular value S2U>.
Un-to-date Slioe, flat ant! Gent's F urnisiiing store
200(5 Wasnington Ave., Newport News, Ya.
- pmEicE, AKc( x . Electric Lights;
Incandescent end |
! Bell Wiring done I
GOLD STORAGE, ?? short notice, i
f\RG LIGnTS Inspection guar^ I
Incandescent, LiQlits, antecd.
METER OR CONTRACT
FC WER. ! 'PTONE 2615, I
Peninsula Electric Light and Power Co.
NEWPORT NE WS, VA.
(Board of Directors meet third Tuesday In each month.)
iixiures 01 Factory Prices
A^ A. m tfli ?? i?ri ? ?-" ifc^i On. a,
i Dr. R. ue Roi)inson>
4>i Stf^*"* ~' ?
Office Hours I A. M. to i P. K.
? Wash'ngtos avenue ?.rt<5 Twenty-eighth s:rreet, over Ideal Pharmacy v
Sundays, 9 A.
open Evenitjgs 7 tort.
% VITALIZED AIR FOK PAINLESS EXTRACTING,
-jj 99? .3.KT.TPPTli.6 DOLLARS ;
BEST SET."TF FTH ? ??.--s I'"-'-' i
tjj PARTIAL. SETS. .IN PROPORTION
No charge for extracting when teeth ;ire ordered. j
2 Extracting. ? ? ?-,.25c|
^ Painless extracting with local anasthetic.50c
Teeth Cleaned. ........... . .
A Bridge work and crowns, 22 karat gold, $5 per tooth.
ALL WOHK ? U A R A N T E E D.
W. A. Fust. President. J. lt. Sw?ierton, Viee-President. J. A. Willett. Cashier.
OF NEWPOfiT NEWS.
SURPLUS $30 000
DIREC TORS :
V7. A. Post, J. R. Swinerton, M. B. CroweU, M. V. Dournty,
R. G. Bickford. C. B. Orcut-t, I. Eugene White, J. A. Willett.
Accounts of banks, corporations, merchants, individuals and Arms iDvited.
We offer depositors every accommo&at ion which their balances, business and
responsibility warrs.nl. sell ou ~wo drafts drawn on all principal cities ??
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
SCHMELZ BROS., BANKERS
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.
Offers Their Customers livery Accommoaa
tloii Consistent lA/ith Safe* Banking,
Accounts of individuals, firms and corporations solicited. Collection
made on all parts of the country. Foreign drafts issued on all parts of the
IN OUR DIME SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from 10 cents to $5,000 and interest allowed at the rate of
FOUR PER CENT. PER ANN UM.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BO^ES FOR RENT
Oriy afety ?o^?s In the Cley Secured fc>y Time Locks
G. West, President. D. S. Jones, Vice-President. W. B. Vest, Cashier.
Citizens and Marine Ban&
OF NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
I CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS S15 OO J
PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $15.500.
A general bonking business. Every facility offered for safe and prompt
transaction of business on favorable terms. The accounts of Corporations,
Firms and Individuals solicited. Special attention given o collections. Drafts
drawn on all parts of tfce world.
A SPECIAL SAViMGS DEPARTMENT.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS OP W iKD UPWARD.
G. B. West,' H. E. Parker, T. M. Benson, J. 3. Jennings, L. I. Steames,
E. T. Ivy; D. S. Jones. A. C. Garrett, J. M. Curlji.