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int-ie DAILY ?
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C. E. THACKKR, Editor ami Manager.
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING
Dailv Press Company
The Daily Press may be obtained
every morning at the following places:
Crossley Bros. Washington avenue.
3. A. Corey. Acre.
Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant.
Charles Robinson. No. 7 Ivy avenue.
Parties other than those having led?
ger accounts with the paper, civic so?
cieties and military organizations, are
required to pay for transient adver?
tisements in advance. An increase of
33 1-3 per cent, will be charged for tran?
sient advertisements not paid for in
advance and no transient advertise?
ment will be booked for less space
than one inch. To illustrate: one-half
inch is GO cents, one inch 75 cents for
one time, when paid in advance; but
they will be $1.00 if charged. Tran?
sient advertisers will save money by
remembering tins notice, wh.ch applies
in all cases, irrespective of financial
Advertising rates furnished on appli?
cation. Contractors are not allowed to
exceed their space or advertise other
than their legitimate business, except
by paying especially for the same. Ad?
vertisements discontinued before the
expiration of contract will be charged
for at transient rates for the tune in?
Dally, twelve months . $4.w
Dally, six mouths . $J.nu
Dally, one month.4c
Daily, one week . .hj
All business, news letters or tele?
graphic disputchen should be addressed
BELL 'PHONE. "51,
CITIZENS' 'PHONE . 11
Entered at the Postofflco at Newport
News, Va., as second-class matter.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1S9S.
A WORD TO ADVERTISERS.
Now that the fall season has opened
up nicely and the Christmas trade is
coming on apace, the merchants of
Newport News are beginning to realize
the merits of the advertising columns
of the Daily Press.
In estimating th,, value of a news?
paper as an advertising medium two
essential qualifications should be con?
sidered. First, and probably the most
important one. is circulation, in tie
very nature of things an advertisement
is of little value unless it is placed be?
fore a large number of persons who
may become patrons of the advertiser.
Next in importance comes the class of
circulation. Advertising among |.p!o
who have go money to spend, no mat?
ter how willing they may be to buy. can?
not be of very great advantage to the
advertiser. After these two points have
been settled upon a business basis?not
upon rash and unsupported "claims''?
the success or failure of the advertise?
ment rests with the advertiser himself.
He must weigh conditions, must be
timely and progressive ami must al
ways be seasonable and sensible. a
man who would advertise a yellow fever
remedy in papers circulating exclusive?
ly in Canadian provinces would be con
sidered foolish, but he would be about
on par with the man who takes no trou?
ble to keep his advertisement up to
date. It is a significant fact that all
men who have ever put brains in their
advertising schemes have always be?
come enthusiastic adherents to tie- the?
ory that "advertising pays."
The management of the Daily Press
feels justified in calling the attention
of the merchants of Newport News to
the great facilities offered them
through the columns of this paper for
placing their wares before the public.
So for as both quality and numbers
are concerned, the circulation of the
Dailj Press towers far above that of
any of its contemporaries in this sec?
tion. This is not an idle boast to catch
the unwary, but is an assertion that
can easily be proved to the satisfaction
of any one who means business.
In advertising as in all other lines of
business the best is always the cheap?
est. The Daily Press is the best ad?
vertising medium in Newport News.
The New York Sun charges that Mr.
Richard Croker has assessed the saloon
keepers $300,000 for campaign purposes
And that the money will be used to
bet against Roosevelt at odds of ten to
eight. It is not at all difficult to be?
lieve that Croker has raised an assess?
ment of $300.000. but it is a terrible
strain upon one's credulity to believe
that such a practical politician as t ?
big Tammany boss would use such a
sum for the purpose suggested by our
luminous Gotham contemporary.
With an increase of over a bundled
million dollars in exports for the first
nine months of the year, and a decrease
of over a million in imports for the
same length of time, it is not surpris?
ing that business is picking up in the
United States. So long as Americans
can be kept In the habit of selling more
to the foreigners than they ;buy in re
turn it is quite evident that the both?
ersome "trade balance," of winch so
much lias been said, will nut have a
bad effect an He- interests of the United
There may be some significance in
the fact that the report of tin- sink?
ing of the Panama came from Cape
Mays!. It seems to us that reports "or
heavy firing atsea" frequently emanated
from the same point. Probably the cor?
respondents down there have not yet
recovered I'r. the demoralizing effect's
of the war.
If the startling reports sent out by
the. enterprising young man who b
winking the Hong Kong date line ma>
be accepted as tine, the English gov?
ernment, as well as Mr. Rudyard Kip
ling, lakes very little stock in the
"Truce of the Bear."
Whatever may be said to the con?
trary, it is a seif-evident fact that ;
match factory is a good place fee- ;
NEW A D V E KT 1H K M K N i k.
F('i; KENT?TWO I.AItOK ROOMS
nicely furnished and heated. From
room and one adjoining. Gentlemen
inly. Apply at No. '122 Thirty-first
meet, between 7:2,0 and 0 P. M.
WANTED-BOARDERS. Til E WV
aiidolle, 130 Thirty-second street.
First class table and pleasant rooms.
WANTED?TO ADVANCE MONEY
on furniture, pianos and other solvent
securities .!. F. Herman, No. 3,400 La?
fayette avenue. imv 4-lw*
FOR RENT?STORE ROOM SUITA?
BLE for clothing or grocery store, in
good business locality. Apply to I'. M
King, cutler 1Mb stt.t and river
road. nov 3-1 w
FOR SALE?A NINE ROOM HOUSE
and lot.together with an adjoining lot.
for J'JfiO.OO. A bargain. Apply at 1253
Twenty-fourth sti.t. East End.
5KI.ECT (lOAItl)lNtl HOUSE?Terms
reasonable. Mrs. Young, No. 12!i Thir?
ty-second street lei ween Washtng
ington und West avenues, New?
port News, Va. 10-1-ln,
BY MRS. M. E. DOSWElL,
No. 105 27tli Stre-.t.__
First class table and pleasant rooms
Terms reasonable Il-i.Hf.
(1. 11. A. HOOKER. Manager.
MONDAY. NOV EM HER Tth
Assisted -by local talent. Prices 2.".. :
Oi iPEItA I n >USE . .
C. I!. A. HOOKER. Manager.'
A Social Event
S I'ECl A1. API' EA 1: A NT?- E.
of N.-w York City. At the Opeia
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8th.
at s o'clock.
Miss .lube Vallette.prime donan sopra?
no, assisted by the following artists:
Miss Jennie Reason, violinist; Mr. Carl
Klerk, tenor: Mr. Arthur Freeman,
pianist. Tickets in advance at Ideal
Pharmacy. Prices $1. "lie. r.Oc, and 250
N< iT 11' E.
Sale of Valuable Lot on Corner of West
Avenue ami Thirty-fifth street.
By virtue of ?decree in Chancery
granted by the Corporation Court of
Hie city of N'.-w porl News. Virginia, at
the October term, isiis. and llled on the
12th day of October ISPS, in the cause
of Williams. Guardian etc. vs. Williams
el als.. I si,all as commissioner ap?
pointed thereby, proceed to sell at pub?
lic auction. on the premises. to the
highest bidder, at 12 o'clock M. SATUR?
DAY. THE r.th DAY of DECEMBER.
l.SilS. All that certain lot. piei.r par?
cel ,.f land situate in the city of New?
port News. State of Virginia. known
and designated by lot No. -js in block
No. 237 on a certain map entitled.
'Ma|. of part ..I' the city of Newport
News. Virginia." which said mail is
duly recorded in the Clerk's Otlleo of
the Corporation Court of tl.ity of
Newport .News. in Plat I'...ok No. I.
TERMS:?Cash, or one-third cash,
and the residue in two equal instal?
ments payable respectively on March
Ith. Ilist'.l and March 4th. 11)00. the credit
instalments bearing interest from day
of sale, and the purchaser or purchas?
ers executing bonds therefor payable
at said respective dales. and title to
property retained until the whole of the
purchase money paid and a con?
veyance directed bv the Court.
E. M. BRAXTON.
Special < 'pmmissioner.
I hereby certify that the bond re?
quired of the above named special
commissioner. E. M. Braxton, by de?
cree in above named cause has been
D. G. SMITH. Clerk,
By C. C. ITARGRAVE. Deputy,
clerk of Corporation Court of Newport
Sita Millinfl 6o.,
Gliarltiuon, W. Va.
Manufacturers of and Wholesale Deal?
High Grade Flour and Meal
All Kinds of Feed and Hay
Full l^olkr Mills
"F. I". V." FLOUT! OCR I.FADER.
Daily capacity 200 barrels. Grain and
Hay delivered to all points a specialty.
BY FFANCIS M. ELLISON
No- 114 Tiiirtij-lirst Stre.it.
Also furnished rooms for rent, with
or without board. Terms reasonable.
The celebrated Spiritual. Trance and
BiiMiness Medium. Reads life paat,
j present and future with absolute cor
i redness. Gives valuable advice in bus
! iness and harmony to tie- family circle.
I Every one in trouble should cal 'on her,
I'2611 Virginia Avenue, opposite the Klec
I trie Light Plant HU .? "
HOOT AND SHOB MAKfiUt
REPAIR WORK A ?PBC1ALTY
UM Wfc?ir-top '"-am.
f n& you i
I like it I
? ORLANDO--As I remember, it was upon th s T
0 fashion, 7?
S (ACT I, SIKXK I.) T
Mr. Bennett, who sits at his desk over
in Europe ;in<i personally directs every
minute detail in the workings of the
New York Herald?even unto umpiring
the dispute that arises among the
. ompos every spring as to whether
the water cooler in the machine room
shall be painted ecru-red or pale blue?
had a visit from the Snarl, one night
lasi we, k: that is. he did if there is any
1 i-or lidetice to be plac.d in the tradl
n->m and legends that are fostered and
revered in Herald Square.
That Mr. Bennett >? range of vision is
ncl measured by dis-ai-C>. that his sigh:
1- not obstructed bv such things .is
brick walls, every man in his employ
That lie is second-sighted and gifted
with the power of prescience, reading
the "goings-on" at the "ofllce" every
hour in the day, with a facility that
would cause the seventh daughter of a
seventh daughter to throw a fit, through
very envy, were she permitted to see
Hi,. "Old Man" in one of Iiis trances
tin newest reporter in the local depart?
ment can tell you.
According to universal belief, when?
ever anything goes wrong in any de?
partment of the paper, or when a story
which isn't as up-to-date as it ought to
be is printed, the Snark drops in on Mr.
Heimelt, via (he chimney, and the delin?
quency is made manifest 10 tlie Herald
boss, Ergo. I am convinced that the
Snark duly arraigned a "phenom" story
thai tue Herald printed a day or iwn ago
ale.u! the rapid loading of a British
steamship in New York harbor.
Ii was a race' against lime for a
purse of $10.(100. The Herald displayed
a .throe-column cut of the race, at Us
Eifty thousand bushels of corn had
(., be loaded into tlie hold of the steam?
er between noon of October 31st ami
1 he midnight hour.
'l ie' charterers of the ship, knowing
that unless the cargo was on board be?
fore 1- o'clock that night they wounl
luue io pay November rates, amounting
10 :i .inference uf ten thousand dollars,
made what they considered almost su?
perhuman efforts and succeeded in their
task. Tin- resull was published as a "re?
cord breaker" by the Herald.
Thai record has frequently been top?
ped in Newport News, and is anything
but remarkable. Not long ago _4.U(.n
bushels ol" grain were loaded here in
10 1-2 hours, and the men who perform?
ed this feat did not consider the Inci?
dent ai all wonderful, bigger cargoes
having been stored between decks in
lesi- lime than that.
Ne? York will have to keep her eye
on Newport News for advanced ideas
along the line ol' shipping. Ami the
l-leiald in printing marine stories phe
noiniiial ha.l belter beware of the Snark.
THE BARBER VERBATIM.
The barber jabbed as much lather as
h, end of the shaving brush would hold
in.. Hi,' eye of the victim anil smiled
omplaceiitly while tlie victim writhed
ami wiggled on the chair cushions.
('lean shave, sir'.' All right, sir.
me gen'I'men won't tie el.'an shaved
.1 it worries 1 lie barber considerable
iryin' to not shave too close an.! still
it So's tile sides of tile face WOll'l
look like a worn-out shoe bresh when
? .lone. (Had you ain't that kind. sir.
T'sl! psi: Hey, boy! Bring gen'l'jjian
1111 i 11' paper. No'.' Take 't 'way boy.
?Hair's mighty thin, sir. Use any?
thing lor it? No'.' We've got splendid
-?orator, fifty cents a boltle. Senator
I and Colonel Knott, sir.?both reg'
customcrs of mine?uses it right
Here Hie barber's boy. with his box,
fell upon til.- victim's si.s anil the
viel im protested: "I don't want those
sho.-s blacked. Don't you see they are
palent leather'.' ami moreover, they've
just lie.-n polished'."
"(let away, boy." commanded tlie bar?
bel indignantly. "He: he', he! lieg
panlon sir. Reminds me of gen'I'man
wh.:t was here Cm he, .lay?bald headed
gentleman?bald as a billiard ball, .lack
son man al next chair, sir. ?was shav
in' him. an.I sai.l, 'Shampoo, sir'."
?Shampoo Hie devil,' says the gen'I'man.
mail like. .1:1.1 he ain'i been back since.
?Same fellow- that Jackson?made
in., lose one ol" my best customers once,
sir. "Twos young geii'l'man whal used
I., come io three times a week?gel
diared. Iteg'lar sporty young genT
man he was, but three limes a year
would have .lone just as well f ir all
1 lie shave he needed. 1 sohl him Sev?
ern-en botlies of my Bluebeard's Elixot
and three of my Whiskerine?both
splendid hair growers, sir?ami I'lizx
came on his upper lip."
The halber rubbed the victim'.- uppei
lip briskly, by way of illustration, Pil?
ing his nostrils with soap an.I poking a
lalher-covered linger into the corner of
Iiis mouth simultaneously. Then lie re?
? 'rile young man. sir. he came in one
night?big hurry. 1 was busy, lie took
Jackson's chair. "I'm in a rush, barber."
he say: 'fix me up quick?clean shav??
moustache and all .iff?hurry up?dance
at half-past eight ? hurry.'
"That fellow Jackson h(?Hair oil.
air" No? All right, sir?fixed him up.
Inn forgot Io lake off the moustache.
,'asn't much and it slipped his mem'
Young man got up ami was tyin'
necktie before glass. Suddenly he turn
mid. lie say. "Look her.-, barber,
you haven't touched my'moustache.'
Jackson, he say. 'Beg pardon, sir:
n my word, sir?never noticed ii.
Take chair again, sir?won't keep you
'But young man he didn't take chair.
He turned red in face and slam the door
.hen he went out. Lord, lie aint never
ntiiin' hack no more. Thank you, sir.
The introduction of the red-shirt pa
ado feature into the while and black
ice war in North Carolina adds color
1 the press reports now being sent out
i-.en the scene of action.
Mr. Peter Jackson, who died in Rich
I mond yesterday, was the oldest theatre
irkeeper in point ol" service, in
rierlca, having done actual service
lot 4.1 years. His successor to the title
1 mi fame of being the Nestor of door
I keepers is Veteran Mack, of Macauley's
I theatre, of Louisville, who has a record
if 42 years "on the door."
To the Publi
It having come to our knowledge
that reports have been circulated that
I Joseph Hautz has sold diseased meat
ind that A. L. Parker has sold milk
'ri.m diseased cows. we. the under?
signed, take this method of branding
hese reports as absolutely false. Dr.
I'aville and Dr. Roup, veterinary sur?
geons, and Mr. Sol Miller, cattle in
ipeclor, will testify to the fact that
|tiie 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. U. PARKER. Dairyman.
NOTICE?The annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Newport News
Supply Company will be held at the
office of the companv on Tuesday, Dec?
ember 0, 1893, at 8 P. M.
T. H. GORDON,
In order to close them out we!
100 rancy Percale Bosom Shirts 75 cents
25 Dozen Black and Tan Sox 12* cents, were
j 20 cents.
|5 Dozen P uff Scarfs 23cents, were 39c.
I In addition to the above we are selling the
best S3 $3.50 and S5 Shoe in the city.
Our GUARANTCHD Patent Leather Shoe
for ?5 is chuck full of style aiid fit- Call and
Our Clothing Department is.up to the in?
stant and repletetwith all that is'new. nobb"
Briiv v?urself and bo^s to us. We Will do
the rest. -
Clothier. Shoer tr\nG
IN ATIONAL L > UlLDI N (
If you want a building lot D
Buy it of the
I Old Dominion Land Company
% Lots for sale on easy terms in all sections of the
? Finely located business lots on "W ashington ave.
fj Farms ior sale or rent in Elizabeth CHy, War
l wick and York Counties.
??d Doir.lrtion Lsatnd Company'*
*f] ROOM NO. 11.
ni ! r j:st natsgnal bank susLDjr^g.
Si J OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 8 P. IW
2803 and 2805 Washington Ave
^> -C^l -*^> -C?>
rJ his beautiful Conch, upholstered in a fine qual- \
ity velvet, worth $12.50. Cor 10 da"S Olli' $7.50- ?
$7.50 Cash or Credit. S7-50 f
Gal! af the
We SKcip, lye Eid i'lKviis woiks
at Wllmlnk's Old Stand.
* 221 Twenty-seventh bt.,
For first class dying, scouring and
renovating at the lowest possible price*.
Ladies' and children's work a specialty.
Shoe Fo*the People
Shoe for the Foot
Shoe for the Money
Also sells Underwear,
Neckwear and hand wear.
MoglfsT She& fiat Co.,
2IC4 Washington Avenue.
NEWPORT NEWS. VIRGINIA.
Strist attentira paid to mall orders.
\i 11 if?
Well we hope It Is, but we Know
that summer and hot weather will 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 friends and more, you
have ndssed the comfort that can oi
be had from the use of gas fuel, which
biings delighf 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
Ihhig?he wants to push it along, and
he is willing that his ft lends should
share in the procession. Generous sou!
that he Is, he gives Iiis advioe free. It
is na trouble to sing the praises of gas
for fuei and as for light, Us beauty
shines so he who r;ins may be impress,
ed. Gas Cor fuel at S1.0? is the cheapest
...-I if it is economically used. Are
you economical ? You ara prudent ana
?.vfee. Therefore get a gas range. Wt
will tell you something next week
about heating that will surprise you.
CaJl No. 34 on either phone it you can
net call. But come if you can.
Newport News Gas Company,
W. S. BO WEN, Supt
Patronize Home Industry
Having doubled our rorce we are now
EL MARCO CIGARS
Factory, No. 2,402 Washington ave?
nue, over old Armory. jyl9-6m
NEWPORT NEWS CIGAP CO.,
P. O. Box o?
s|| Yes, such amazing' bargains like the
??l offerings below is absolutely nothing less than
g| finding money for you. It allows our price cut
M ting and un<lerseiling power and gives more evi
|? dence oi'our great name as bargain distributors.
Men's Calf, heavy soles, solid leather through
fj inn, i':.;!-.' Shoe. lit ?--uUir '.aim- $2.< ?0.
H !; Men's Satin Calf, extension sole, winter
weigh;. Shoes, in bull dog and all the latest toes,
1with genuine Dor.go!a tops and all solid leather.
f4 Regular price ?2.50.
Men's Genuine "NVi'low Calf Tan and Box Calf
"3s heavy soles, made with outside back stay, in ail
?? the leading shapes, in lace and Congress. Regu
|| iar value $3.00.
Boy?s Satin Calf, extension soles, leather lin?
ed, sofid throughout, in all style tots. Regular
value S2 00.
|5 Ladies" VTenuine Viei Kid, lace and button
s_| Shoes, hand turned, ii\ nil the leading toes. Reg?
it ular value S2 00.
| li'i-to-ilate Shoe, fiai and Gent's Furnlsuino store ft
P 'j'.l?? Washington Ave., IS ewport News, Va. ^
PU aE ice,
arc, ? Electric Lights;
VHQLESftti AM R?ML. ; Bell Wiring done i ?
GOLD STORAGE, OQ shcrt notice.
f\RG LIGHTS inspection guar/
incant'itscent Llolits, antccd.
?? <>? oo^or rSfeCino Qnrj Gamnunuion
motor ! ?Ailif?sIii FOGlOfj PriCtiS
power. \ ^;rr?;r~
scie ans Gonv?ntem
Peninsula Electric Light and Power Co.
NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
(Hoard of Directors meet third Tuesday in each month.)
Dr. R. L68 ROMOSOD
Wash! rig-ton avenue und Twenty-eighth sCreet, over Id-sil Pharmacy. -.
? mice Hours ? A. IS. zo 6 P. H. Sundays, ? A. M. to U M. y
Open rjveuiugs 7 to d. k
VITALIZED AIR t'UK PAtr?LESS .EXTRACTING. ^
GOOD SET.TPPT?.5 DOLLARS f
for extracting when teeth are ordered.
<= i'ARTIAL, SETS..
< No char
^ Painless extracting with local auasthetic.50;-L
j A Kilver filling.r,0c tip J
! G?hl .$1.00 upf
rfj Bridge work and crowns, 22 karat gold. $;"> tier tooth.
Ahl, WORK GUARANTEED.
W. A. Poet, President. J. R. Swinerton, Vice-President. J. A. Willett Cashier
OF NEWPORT NEWS.
GrtriTflL ifclGO.OOQ. SURPLUS $30 GOO
DTRffiC TORS ;
W. A. Post, J. S. Swinerton, M. B. Crowell. M. V. Doucaty.
R. G. Blcktord. C. B. Orcutt, I. Eugene White, J. A. Willett.
Accounts of banks, carpo.-atlons. merchants, individuals and firms lDvited.
We offer depositors every acco-umodat ion which their balances, business and
responsibility warrant. Sell ou "wn draft* drawn on all principal eitle* ?f
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR KENT
SCHMELZ ' BROS., BANKERS
NhvVPORT NEWS. VA.!
Offers Their- Custome>rs tS.\/&i-y Accommode
tion Consistent VfJith Safe Banking.
Accounts of individuals, firms and corporations solicited. Collection
nuuie on all parts of the country. Foreign drafts issued on all parts of the
in our dime savings department
Deposits received from 10 cenis to $n,000 and interest allowed at the rate of
FOUR PER CENT. PER A&NTTai.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
Oi'4y afety Boxes In the Cllty Secured t>y TTIm? Locks
G. g. West, President. D. S. Jones, Vice-President.
W. B. Vest, Cashier.
OF NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
CAPITAL S5O.0O0. ( SURPLUS S15 00J
PAID IN DIVIDENDS,\j>15,800.
A general banking bustnet?. Svery facilitj/offered for saie and pmaipt
transaction of business on favorable terrtiV^ The accounts of Corporation*,
Firms and Individuals solicited. Special attention given o collec?OM. Diaft?
?Irswn on ail parts of tfce world. 4
A SPECIAL SAVIfMGS PEPARTlVfENT.
INTEREST ALDO WED ON DEPOSIT^ OF JJtfD UPWARD.
G. B. Wast, H. K. ?arkar, T. M. Bon son, :g 3. Jennings. D. I. Stearnea,
E. T. Ivy, D. S. Jones. ^"C. Garrett, J. M. Curtis.