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C E. THACKER. Editor and Manager.
PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING
Dally 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. 7 Ivy avenue.
Parties other fh_n those having led?
ger accounts with the paper, civic so?
cieties and military organiratlon?. are
required to pay for transient adver?
tisements In advance. An increase of
32 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
IncTi Is 60 cents, one Inch 75 cents for
on* time, when paid In advance: but
they will be ?1.00 if charged. Tran?
sient advertisers will save money by
remembering this notice, which 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 time in?
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Dally, six months . ?2.00
Daily, one month.40
Dally, one week .10
All business, news letters or tele?
graphic dispatches should be addressed
BELL 'PHONE .2514
CITIZENS' 'PHONE . 14
Entered at the Postoffice at Newport
News', Va., as second-class matter.
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 3. ISflS.
^From the reJm|n>^J^_^^l^^1ltV^*|^ap^?-r
contemporary, the Flllplno^Wdepen
dencla. it seems that the reports of
American victories In the Philippine Is?
lands have been greatly exaggerated.
In fact, if the assertions of this paper
may be taken as true. Uncle Sam's
forces only "indirectly assisted" the
insurgents in defeating the Spaniards.
This will be a terrible blow to the
credulity of those foolish persons who
had been taught to believe that Dewey
smashed the Spanish fleet In Manila
harbor, and who honestly thought that
American soldiers drove the forces of
Spain from Cavite.
Of course, the Americans may dissent
from the views expressed by the Inde
pendencia, to the extent of thrashing
the obstreperous Filipinos as soundly as
they thrashed the Spaniards. As it is,
these followers of Aguinaldo are get?
ting entirely too fresh. When the
United States fleet appeared before Ma?
nila they promised all sorts of loyalty
and devotion to the cause of Uncle Sam,
if he would only save them from the
direful effects of Spanish oppression and
misrule. Perhaps the Americans were
foolish intrusting these protestations of
affection to the extent of arming the
Filipinos, but the damage is now done,
and the horde of senil-barbarous natives
seem to 'be in a proper humor to turn
the arms they reclved from the Ameri?
cans upon their benefactors and deliv?
This is a most unfortunate and com?
plex condition of affairs, but so long
as Dewey remains on the scene, a ma
? jority of the American people will
have confidence in the final satisfactory
settlement of all the difficulties that
may present themselves.
Mrs. Grannis is another personage
' who might have saved herself a large
,consignment of trouble by refraining
from making a few remarks.. Accord?
ing to a declaration from this distln
? guished lady, the speech she made at
? Cooper's Union, in New York, has been
V Widely misunderstood and misquoted.
Mrs. Grannis should learn from this
| that unless her remarks are so plain
that a wayfaring man, though, a fool,
.;^?iay understand them, she had better
keep her mouth. People who do not
; talk are seldom m'3qiioted.
It is a noteworthy fact that some of ;
. the best and most influential newspa?
pers of the State of Illinois are not
; wearing turned column rules on ac?
count of Governor Tanner's indiet
The announcement that there is to ]
be no delay in the trial of Quay & Co.,
?' .will probably come in the nature of a
i severe "jolt" to those persons who have
? been confidently predicting that the
.-whole matter would be dropped, and
f that the indictments brought in by the
^Pennsylvania grand Jury would be
||l>roductive of no practical results. It is
julte eveident that the Senator's enc?
ode* arc hot itpnnhjj-; trfll+'i *-T>f1
?k for ?mjad^ffa'torjal courtesy at
IJai ls said that Hon. "Coin" Harvey's
Uection tour will be accompanied by
e of that gentlemav's loctures. Some
consolation may be found In the fact 1
that neither hearing the lecture, nor
contributing to Mr. Harvey's fund is
Mr. l.emmy Eli Quigg >s another woo.
begone and battered victim of the late
Spanish-American war. His "finish."
however, was caused by a lack of
Republican votes, rather than by a lack
of "proper food."
NOTICE?Newport News Council. No
1141. Itoyal Arcanum. All members are
reqesled to be present ai next stale.1
meeting. Mondav night. December ?". at
Bv order of the Regent.
12-3-21 I.. ''. 1H IST. Soor. tary.
WANTED ? SITUATION WITH
plumber or Steam litter. Address. "E"
care Daily Press. dee.nr.
WANTED?ONE HUNDRED EABOR
ers to work on sewerage system. Ap?
ply to foreman on trenches. M. Honan
& Son. dee-l-3t\
WANTED?BV TWO MARRIED
couple. 3 or 4 furnished rooms, for
light housekeeping. Address "Har?
vey," eare Press. decl-3t.
WANTED?POSITION BY EXPERI
enced book-keeper. Address H.. care
Press office, no\'3013t*
AOKNTS WANTED To REPRESENT
a society granting sick, accident and
death benefits. Hood pay lo solicitors.
Royal Benefit Society, Washington, I >.
C. now 29-lw
Good styles, a big variety und
prices to suit thu masses, make
Mugler's shoes a popular shoe for men,
women and children.
We strive to satisfy <....- patrons. We |
appreciate every cent spent with us.
Try us ones and a ?<? how well we I
Good qua. / and low p -= ncke |
uur store a popular resort 1 r M*n's
Furnishings, Hata etc.
We snake a specialty of Neckwear [
Strict attention paid to mall ordere.
27*4 TTasblneton Avenue.
N1VTP HIT NC WS. VIRGINIA
When in Newport News try
Jordan's plan of living.
JORDAN ? LANDER, Prop.
Washington Avenue, Corner 2?tli St.
Give* the service the travelers desire.
Tile Luncii 6ount,6r
Always loaded with all kinds of
Isandwiches and pastry. Also the finest
cup of French Drip Coffee in tin- city.
Elegantly furnished rooms by day
i or week.
EUPOPEAN AND AMERICAN
e. w. johnson
i Contractor and Buildkk
NEWPORT NEWS. VJ..
Plans and Specifications Prepared >a
HOUSE WORK A SPFCIAI.TY
0. D. BATGHEbOR,
flittot-ri*>y-at - Lei vfi/.
i Office Citizens and Marine Bank Bulld
I Ing. Hell 'phone 133. Refer,- *o J. Taylor
Elly'son, Richmond, Va., " A. and
McD. E. Wrenn. Norfi Va.. and
I George A. Schmelz, ban, ... Newport
News. Va. nov 2fi-6m
made me a m&n
AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CUIth
JLLLXervoua Sii*ca*e*?Vai\\nc Moo
urr.Impottincj. Siooiilt-ndnesn, etc. cr-.rr -1
by Abuse or other Kicrn.*:? nii'i Indie
cretion?. They </mV/./y and tu rely
tftBtoro iMt Vitality in old oryoaiur. und
_fit m man, for tit ml y, buuincsaor roiirnnKc
*5T i'ro**ut InhuuiLy und Coumratnioa if
;udd ia time. Their uno shows immediate improve
moat and eCecU a (JUICE ?her? oil other fail In
?iat upon hn-ing the p-nuino A'.xx Tuhleta. They
aa?e cured thousandsaud wil* ?j?rovoa. U'ucivo _
I rri&ll. in plain wrapper, anon rectiij'tof pric
I"~ aJax remedy co., Hw.,
for sale In Newport News, Va., by
A. B. Q. KLOR. Drusartat
I E3 YOU Km'
DR. FELIX le srum'S
> Steel i Pennyroyal Torment
istno origitint n" - a. .'1..1CNC1I
safe anil rol-.a'...^ rn-.i tu: the mox
?ket- Price. > tect by mail.
?Gouuino solo oi.ly l.y
I JTor sale by KLStl'S DRUG STORES.
Newport New? Va.
4 IT WILL PHY
TO INVEST MONEY
IN NEWPORT NEWS I'?O
PEBTY. SIX YK.-M'.S EX
PERI ENCK AND
OF THE CITY MAKE US
CAPABLE OF ADVIS?
Muitord & Gmunds,
135 251.li Mrtct
A. Good Judge ot Fuel,.
?vlll never burn anything but our high
irade eeal. It I? not only satisfactory
Tor cooking and heating purposes, but
its Intense heat and long: continued
?ondiustlon makes It economical In the
?- C- SMITH & CO,
Sale of Valuable Lot < n Corner <.f West
Avenue and Thirtv-flfth Street.
By virtue of adteree in Chancery
granted by the Corponition Court of
the city or Newport News. Virginia, at
the October term. IKMs, und filed on Ihe
12th day or October lS'JS, In the cause
..f Williams. Guardian etc. vs. Williams
el als.. 1 shall as commissioner ap?
pointed thereby, proi.I to sell at pub?
lic auction. mi the promises, t.. the
highest bidder, at 12 o'clock M. SATUR?
DAY. THE :ili DAY OF DKCE51 BEB,
1 sp-,. All that certain lot, piece or par?
cel "f land situate in tlie city of New?
port News, siale of Virginia. known
and designated by lot No. 2S in block
No. 2'iT .in a certain map entitled.
"Map of part of the city of Newport
News. Virginia." which said map is
duly recorded in Ihe Clerk's Ollice of
the Corporation Court of the city or
Newport News, in Plal I-:..ok No. 1.
TERMS:?Cash, or one-third cash,
and the residue in two equal instal?
ments payable respectively <ni March
1th. IS!?1 and March 4th. MIO?, the credit
instalments bearing interest from day
of sale, and the purchaser or purchas?
ers executing bonds therefor payable
al said respective dates, and title to
property retained until the whole of the
purchase money paid and a con
vevance directed by the Court.
E. M. BIIA -XTON.
Special i Viiiimissionor.
I hereby certify that the bond re
quirod of the above nani-ed special
commissioner. E. M. Rraxton, by de?
cree in above named cause has been
D. G. SMITH. Clerk.
. Rv..r> f\ fh&JMiBJkSTE. DerTT^
Clerk of Corporation Court of Newport
De La Salle Institute
Hampton Roads. Grand Boulevard
and De La Salle Ave. For young men
and hovs. Commercial. Scientific and
Literary. Also Military Tactics. Half
car fare from Newport News to La
Salle Ave. For particulars apply at the
FINE SINGING IMPORT
r-d Canary In i ds. Lin?
nets & Goldli..ohes: fresh
seeds, plain or mixed, for
all kinds of birds. Also
cages, all sixes, cage fix?
tures anil material for
?ag.-s. All birds guaran?
G. AL1.IF.TIT LENZ,
2?mi Jefferson Avenue.
SPECIAL BATES TO COMMERCIAL
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.
FOB SALE? VALUABLE BUILDING
lot in business portion .if the town of
Hampton: fronts 2S feet on Queen
street and has a depth .if 12.r. feet. A
rare opportunity of securing a good
business location. For terms, etc..
apply to J. (?'. Otttten, Hampton, A'a.
Va. Transportation Co.
W. R. SCULL. Man;:
Freight. Baggage. Safer! a .ni
?ure carefully and promptly moved.
All kinds of baulins tc-v.K at low
Phone 2592. - " POX 141.
If you want a building lot
Buy It of the
Old Dominion Land Company.
LotB for Hale on easy terms in al! sections of the
Finely located business lots on Washington A.ve.
Farms lor sale or rent in Elizabeth City, War?
wick and York Counties.
S.U.' " " i
Old dominion L>and Gompatiy.
ROOM NO. 11.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
OFFICE OPEN UN Pit. 8 P. M.
Reffer & Go's
Stock at less than one-half price.
Doij't miss our sale. We've opened fresh
cases of Untrimmed and Trimmed Hats.
There are new bargains in every lot of
them. Also a big lot of Fancy Birds,
Plumes, Wings, Velvets and Ribbons.
Fancy Ribbons in changeable stripes
ami plaids: were from 25 to 40 cents;
now 19 cents.
Black Taffeta Ribbons, No. 40; worth
20 cents, for 12 cents.
Double Faced Satin Ribbons, in black
and all colors; worth 25 cents, for 19
No. fin Plain Taffeta Ribbons, In black
and all colors, 16 cents.
One case of Shapes in black, and
all colors, and one case of Children's
Fiats, worth 50 cents, for 25 cents.
Black and colored short back Sailors,
with colored edge; worth 75 cents, for
Volunteer Hats. In black and all
colors: worth 75 cents, for 39 cents.
Ladies' Trimmed Sailors. In all colors;
worth 75 cents, for 39 cents.
Cadet Hats, black, red, tan and any
color you desire, for 39 cents.
Silks, three in a bunch, black only; a
tegular 15 cent article, for 5 cents.
Black Parrots, a very pretty bird;
worth 75 cents, for 39 cents.
Black Wings, the best grade of wings
linished that you can bend any way
without breaking; worth 35 cents, for
One lot of <""oke Plumes, in all colors;
worth 19 cents, for 9 cents.
Clack Tips, three in a bunch; worth
50 cents, for 25 cents.
Black Plumes; a regular S9 cent
quality, for 4S cents.
Black Silk Velvet, a regular one dol?
lar quality, for 69 cents.
Capes, Goats and Skirts.
Astrachan Capes; worth $3.00, for $1.69.
One lot of Cloth Capes, for $1.48.
Plush Capes, beaded, braided and
edged with fur; worth $8.00; special
Extra long Plush Capes. beaded,
braided and edged with fur; worth
$10.00; special price $6.9S.
Ladies' Black Cloth Jackets. In the
newest cut, with notch sleeve, beauti?
fully made, and half lined with silk;
worth $7.50, for $4.95.
Ladies' Light Tan Jackets, a hind
some garment, lined all through with
colored silk, well fitting and stylish,
worth $9.00; special price $6.4S.
Black Crepon Skirts, well fitting and
nicely lir.ed; a regular $5.00 skirt,
Black Cheviot Skirt;
trimmed with Hercules
$7.50; special price $4.4S.
Black Satin Skirts, well lined an.
nicely Atting: one that is sold all ore
the city for $10.00; special price $6.?S.
2?>10 Washington Ave
Indeed, if we weren't gratified at the big
increase in our business. True, we are offering great vai-,
ues, which, with right treatment, may account for it. A>
ease in point is our line of
"ilfHit^Buiis and Overcoats
Will buy an up-to-date tail Overcoat.
Will buy an all wool Covert Cloth
Will buy an all wool, double twist
?vercoai, French faced. Skeemers satin
sleeve lining; would be cheap at $12.50.
Will buy an all wool Cheviot Suit.
Children's Vestee Suits, very hand
dmely trimmed, at $1 .UK and upwards.
Will buy an all wool Harris Cassi
mere In gray, drab and Huirine stripes
Will buy an all wool worsted effect
well worth $12.00.
Will buy our guarantee,! imporlei
black clay suit, which i? usually sob
Our stock of Children's Clothing i:
complete. Knee pants from 25c up.
We also have a nobby line of boys
and children's reefers.
Reliable Clothing House
2714 Washington Avenue,
PT'T ON SALE FOR THE
FIRST TIME THIS WEEK.
Nobby and Stylish.
THE BANNER CLOTHIER.
2606 U/ashington avenue.
Our surpreme bargain ppwarjnay be im_
itated, but never equalled. Here you always find
the most reliable Shoes, Hats and Furnishings of
tue bent makes, united with under prices so far
below others that it's always a complete eclipse
ot' all rivalry.
sssWliere^will you find offerings to
parallel these ?
Misses' Genuine Dongoln. Solid
I'u lent Leather Tip: Spring
Heel: button and lace shoes,
'tegular value. $1.30.
I.a.lios' Vici Kid. hand turned:
lace and tuition, in all the lead,
Regular price. J2.00
Ladies' imported Vi. i Kid. hand
sewed: very soft and llcxible: in
lb gttlar value. J3.00.
Ladies' Vici Kid. band sewed
sill; tilted, in all the latest stvles
in iaee and button.
Regular value. ?4.00.
Men's Satin CalC, heavy sob
Iaee ami Congress, in Mull Do;
and all the latest lasts.
Regular value. $'J.2?.
Men's Tan Russia Calf, heavy
soles, made with cut side back
stay, in Hull Dog and all the bit?
Regular value, f.1.00.
Men's band sewed Tan and Box
Calf, heavy soles, in all the lat?
Regular value. $4.00.
Men's band sewed Patent
Leather Shoes. Every pair
guaranteed not to break, in all
2000 Wap'ninjrton Ave., "Newport News, Va.
Dr. ft Lee Robinson*
.eight* street, ever ld*il. Pharmacy. F
4. Woahi n-rton avenue and Twenty-eis
Office Hear* 8 A. V-. to ? P. is. aunaays, 9 A. ai. to 13 M. g.
Open Rvctjinffs 7 to 3. ._
VITALIZED AIR FOK PAINLESS EXTli ACTi Nfj.' - f
4 PARTIAL JE'ffl. ? n 8 u .IM PROPORTION
No charge for extract inj; when teeth are ordered.
Painless cxinir.tiuir with local an.-ii-tln-tic.50c
Silver lilliuir.fiOc up .
Gold.$1.00 ud S
Teeth Cleaned.75c A
A Bridge work and crowns. 22 karat gjold, f.3 p?r tooth.
.;?? v....Cfun?NTEI81). ' <rj
ALL WoRK (t!;.\KA
FUSE ICE, ARC, X
IB?lfSMf M *M, Beil Wiring done
GOLD STORRGE, OIi short notice.
fi.PO ! 'X-.nl?: Ixtscection guajv
ii5caiH!t*(.tiil Uyisis, anteed.
?cergj? on cofcT/Mot ,?.?.,,.-.,.?,-o.?,,.,.
l::L::;!; ?nii ci'ltitulluli
SO-8 OHd OuK?li?Bl
Peninsula Electric Li&tot and Power Co. (p
NKifS'oscr ;va#s, va. W
(Board of Directors meet third Tuesday- la each month.; "
SCHMELZ BROS., BANKERS
Nt'ft'fORT NEWS. VA.
Offer>r& Teie-lir Customers lEi/er-y Acccmtnocs?
tloii Consistent lAJit'rt fcseife? HJsanK.fr3g.
Accounts of individuals, linns and corporations solicited. Collection
made on all part* ot tiie country. Foreign drr.lis issued on all parts of the
IN OUR DISviE SAVINGS OEPAHTMEfiT
Deposits received fron. 10 eeuis to $5.000 and interest allowed at the rate ot
POUR PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
Orly ?f?.iy Ho >c <-s I?i the City S? t>v Tlmo Loc
W. A. Post, President. J. R. Swinetton, Vice-President. J. A. Willett Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF NEWPORT NEWS.
CAPITAL $100,000- SURPLUS $30 000
DIR SO TORS S
R. Siwinerton, il. B. Crow*!!, il. V. Dougfcty,
C. ?. Orcatt, I. Eugene WhRv?, J. A. Willett.
W. A. Post. J.
R. Q. Bickford.
of banks, oar&o.-ations, mar chants, Individuals and firms invited.
We offer depositors every acoommodat Ion which their balances, business and
responsibility warrant. Sell ou -wo drafts drawn all DWncipiR citiss si
"'?SAFE DEPOSIT /BOXES FOR RE3 5.'
Vice-President. W. B. Vest, Cashier.
OF NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $15 OO J
PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $15.500.
A general bmSlne buaiaeu. Ev?ry facility offered for safe end prompt
transaction of buslaesu os favorabla terms. The account* of CorporAtloa?,
Firms and Individuals aollcdted. Special attention slvan o oollacWone. Draftis
drawn on all pa.rU of the world.
A SPECIAL SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
XNTBREST ALLOWED ON DBPC-iJITS OF -A iJND UPWARD.
3. West, H. E. Parker, _ T._ M. Benson, J. J3._ J?anl..gs, L. 1.. Stparnes,
E. T. Ivy,
D. S. Jones.
A. C. Garrett,