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EXCEPT MONDAY. BT THE Wail? S*r*s* ?ampang, POSTcFFlCE BUILDING. SUBSCRIPTIONS Dafly, twelve months.W Jl Oaily, six months.S 05 Dally, one month. J? ^a?y, one week .???? 1 AU business, news letter* or tale JraDhle dispatches should be addreaeed DAILY PRES98 XEDEPHONE CALL._.?M Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Contractors are not allowed to exceed their epace or advertise other than their llgitlmate business, except by paving especially for the same. Ad? vertisement discontinued before the expiration of contract will be charged tor at transient rates for the time In? serted. The Dally Press may be obtained every morning at the following: place?: Crosjley Bros.. Washington avenue. J. A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's. No. 7 Ivy avemws. J. N. Lawrence's, 211 Twenty-eorsntlj street. TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1S9S. A GTCEAT PEACE ADVOCATE. Mr. 'George T. Angeld, president' of ddte American; Humane Education Soci? ety, has sent Pres?denit iMclvindey the folfiowimg tci'egru'm: It 1 wen- tive President of ?le Uni? ted Slates (which I aim oeu-ituiindy most -thankful that I am not) I 'Would not bestrafe to say to Con? gress, If it becomes necessary, a-ndi Ib.. the 'Whole civilized world, ithut in. the present condition of negotiations ihVive. in my ju.l'gmvni, -n'-.i more rig?it to force Spain ?tnito a wair and kill iperhaps 50,000 of the young mm ooitrpielled to serve in 'her atrmdes and navy t'lvain a pirate lias to comm'liti 'murder on the ?>ov!swi or a highway - ni'.i.n tu commit murder <>n t?te l.iinid. G-EOR'G'E T. AN'GiEI.L. IWIhlffl'd we never heard of Mr. Angeld .before wt* presume, from tdie frequency with which, the first pers-in Singulair aippela'rs iln Dills teTegnaim, .that live is a great 'man, and till,.- readiness with 'Which he ventured iris opinion (shows ibis patriotic interest in the iproper settlement 'ml' llh'e questions alt Essue. Tt is safe to assume that Con? gress will now refuse to take any step calculated t<> f urther increase tdie re? sentment of our Castlldoin friends. If Mr. Angeld hold been Jess modest and had come forward! with Iiis views die fore the crisis came where would halve been nk> demand for war, .tdie white iwinged dove of peace would have flut? tered over the OapitoS ainU none of the harsh and bitter t'hinlgB Kialid uiboiu.t the ?Spaniards- in Congress would halve bur? dened uhe circumambient olir, and the men who allowed thernsellves to become unseemiingiy excited would have vied wi'tih eoleh other in spouting "peace at 'any -price" sentiimetilt. We fekir that Uihe t>resident <VX tdie American Humane Society mdss?d didte opportunity. lit may be, 'however, 'that 'he waited until this time in older to make a great display of Iiis influence. Of course it wild be a greater triumph lo strike down the hiailf raised muzzles of our guns tlham ut would be to secure the con? tinuance of a mere i'nsdgndifleaini peace. ilit iU fortunate for that ibombistk' Jingo, Patrick Hernry. for tdie blood? thirsty Washington-, and for tdie mis? guided Jefferson that they had a'opeated their lines and stepped from the stage ibefore the great awl' mighty Angeitd hud a idliance to "roiaslt" them. These men, whto aie cotifcaidc-iv-d h<?roes and ddods w-jruay ?_>f imitation by many Sgnonan't ipersons, were fojilish enough 5X> bdi'Leve thtut a transgressiicai of tihe dhalivmalblu rights of man 'was sufll cbeTrt cause for wan-, but Lint so with AmgeSi. In. addition to Mb other good quali ities Mr. Angel'l is president of the M-ai Isadhusetts Society for .the Prevention of di nielty u> Ahi'mads. Suroc one shouid cadil ihis oiutenuion to uhe suffering of ?iouasund? of two-iegged animads in famine stricken CuImi. Of course, us tarig as S!hey are'human beings they de? serve no consideration alt the hands of such a great and important gentleman as the MaK;'ach'Uiset ts .preacher. The nun who dlatres to lift his hand against the skulking cur who sneaiks abuut the back alleys, must be prosecuted and feel the full penailty of the tow, bat the nation wh&eh starves 000,000 men, women a.nd children and- -which hurts 258 American sailor* into eternity .?without a moment's notiioe, aic really em very suiierior sort of people, and there is aibsoluitedy no iprovocution 'or giving them a thrashing. [Uncle Sam's lawmakers have had a marrow et"CJ.pe from becoming pinatet and murdeirers. It is to be luoprd that they wfil-treaiize the -danger before it is too late io avert the dreadful dis ai/pnoval of Mr. Auguil. Great, ds peace! Great is America! frS^eSjtt. da liberty! Great Us Justioe! But i -jfr.'String above them eW, like a. itomeiy ??ir?3k. of Hiimadaya'e lofty orest, tstamds >0Sl txsdoa figure (A AsagdSH. SHEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SALE CHEAP?ONE PIANO. Address this office, J. ap-3-t-p PERMANENT, transient and table I board, bright, pleasant rooms at rea? sonable rates. Apply to MRS. JOHN W. GREANER, 103 Twenty-s-venth strvet, near West avenue. murSO-Ot* IFOR RENT?Office on g.-our.r- fi"or In Citizens & Marin* Bank biiiMir lately occupied by Htrnd'-.n & Henli best location in city. Apply \V VEST. Cashkr. mar 2i> FOR RENT?NICELY FURNIS HE'D rooms. Apply at 133 Thirty-foui street. m-27-tf | WANTED?BOAPJDEIiS FOR HO J E Ilke, pleasant rooms. Hot and coid ba t h. \ Hot Dinner Sent to Shipyard, Terms reasonable. MRS. M. E. DOS WELL. 106 Twenty-seventh street. FREE TEA SET.?LADIES. SEND CS your full address plalin'ly ?-rieten, und we w?M express you ~& of our sweet and exquisite Arabian Perfumo Iti.vk ets (in powder form, to see-rut gloves, ihatwik<it<;:a:?:"s. ,-!?.. thing etc.) to soil among f:ion Is. a; 10 cents earth. When sold, remit us the 'money, after de? ducting express charges, and ?.. will send you for your trouble, a lovelv decorated 'English tea set ..f r,(i |.i,--.-s (full size for -fa'mi'lv use). Each set arti's-UcuIly decorated in v,.l..rs. i'.i's.t'erul leaf an? 1 Mower pattern. The shapes are of t'he latest style, whiieh ovary lady will appreciate. (>rder at one.- and name nMi.r..s? express oHl.-e. Aldd'ivss ARABIAN PE'UFHMO COM? PANY. Bridge water. Conn. Notice. There will be a meeting of 'the First Ward Democratic Club at the c'il.uh ?ms on. iEightcemtlh street this even? ing at 8 ./clock sharp. A'Hl aipp'licantti-s f?*r office are requested to aitltiend and address t'he meeting. Uly order of tire pr.-siVl'en.t. JAMES P. 'FURLONG, lt-p S.-civtiary. Cut Flowers tor Easter. Orders for any kind of cut flowers or potted plants for Easter will be filled by Mrs. G. W. Nelms, agent for the Norfolk Floral Exchange, at 'Norfolk prices. Or\U-rs may toe left sit Ideal Pharmacy, Hotel Warw-ick, Fred F. Al? ien & Co's., and Langdon's Hat 'Store. Ap-2-lW. Notice to Citizens' Phone Users OFFICE OF CITIZENS' TELEPHONE AND TEL? EGRAPH COMPANY, Newport .New?, Va.. April 1. lS'JS. On and from tills dale the charge for this company's 'phones will be as follows: 'Business 'phones per year, J30.00 'Residence '[ihones per year, $34.00. -Payable quarterly in advance. IFree service to Himpton, Old Point, Phoebus, Soldiers' Home, Fox Hilt, Rip IPJaps and Foquosin. Charges to Norfolk, Portsmouth and Berkley, 15c. (For rate to Suffolk, Franklin, Holland, Courtliimd, Carrsville and Copelaind, call chief operatO'i'. S. 'H. D. FREED. Ap-2-lw Manager. Proposals for School Building-. The Board of School Trustees of Newport News, Va., invite proposals for building an eighteen room High School building. Sealed proposals accompa? nied by certified check tor J300.GG will be received up to 7 O'CLOCK P. M. ON APRIL 11th, 1838. ,^",^r.-''^v', i? reserved to rej ct any or all bids tendered. ?-ians and ? Hons may be seen on and after March 30th at the office of P. Thornton Marye, architect, Braxton building, Newport News, Va. Proposals for heating the ahnve build? ing by Indirect steam or indirect furnace system are also invited. W. E. BARRETT, Clerk of Board of School Trust, es, Newport News, Va. mar 30-2w. CANDIDATES' CARDS. FOR MAYOR. I hereby announce myself as a can? didate for the office of mayor of the city of Newport News, Va., subject to the decision of the 'Democratic primary. C. PERKINS. March 26th, 1898. FOR CO.MMO'N\VE'A,Lfrai'S ATT'Y. I hereto y announce myself a. candidate for the office of 'Com'moivwetiiith'i- At? torney f*?r the city of Newport News, subject to the rtiltliHcatioin ..it' the iDemo dratiic party ait tlhe primary. If elected, I will (discharge t'he duties of the office wBthout fear .?r lavHr. CLARENCE W. ROBINSON. FOR CITY SEIRGEA NT. I hereiby announce myself a candi? date for the office of CITY SI-JRGEANT. Subject to .Democratic primary, i-m-p C. C. SMITH. 1 hereby announce myself a caindliidaite tor ire-e?ectiiolni 'tio the office <uf t.UTY SERGEANT, A Newport News. 'Having .endeav? ored to discharge t'he duties of my office fialiiUhf.uil.ly, again I ask tin. support of my friends at the primary ;to 'be held April 28th, 181?. Very respectfully, E. W. MILSTIEAD. FOR COUNCILMAN. lA't tlhe solicitation of my friends I hereby announce myself as a, candidate for the Common Council from the Fourth ward, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. E. I. FORD. March 28. At the solicitation of my friends, 1 hereby announce myse,f a candidate for renomination to :he city council FROM THE FOURTH WARD, Subject to the Demoeralic primary. Respectfully GEO. E. VIA. mar 31-lmp. At the sodicitaltion of my friends and upon Information that Mr. J. A. Will let* will not -be a candidate for re-elec? tion, I hereby announce myself a can? didate for 'the Council from Fifth ward, subject to the Democratic primary. E. W. ROBINSON. Not having been sufficiently urg-d before this to announce myself a candi? date tor councilman in the Fifth ward, I have decided not to wait on my friends any longer and now take this method of doing so, subject to the Democratic primary of April 28t'h, 1898. td._A. L. POWELL. 1 hereby 'announce myself for the O annum Council from tlhe Sixth Ward Htibjoc* to t'he Democratic primary.' This On noun< viiier ill 'is made- at the earnest soteikaltiiwi ?f my friends. If elected! I .shall Tej>re?e6iit my constit? uents to the best of rny ability. Respectfully, _ J. G. LATIMER. r EICHJUOND, BOOT AND SHOE M-Ainrrff fiSBIUXft W?&K a HPffiCOAX/Ty. But come at once and secure some of the gigantic bargains we are offering this week. To introduce Our Elaborate SDfiiiQ Stock "which is excelled by none/' we will make the following conces w sions Shoes. Ladies' Vici Kid Tan Lace Shoes, all the latest styles, regular price $2, will go at $1.25. Ladies' genuine dongcla, patent leather and dongola tip, very soft and flexible, in lace and button, regular price $2, will go at $1.25. Ladies' imported vici kid, hand turned, in tan and black, regular price $?>, will go at $1.9S. Children's tan shoes, all solid leather, regu? lar price 75 cents, will go at 18 cents, w Children's genuine goat tan thoes, in lace or button, regular price $1.25, will go at 75 cents. Misses' tan vici kid, in button and lace, reg? ular price $1.50, will go at 98 cents. Men's satin call', solid leather, lace shoes, regular price $1.50, will go at 05 cents. Men's tan Russia lace shoes, all the latest toes, regular price $2.25, will go at $1.18. Men's tan genuine calf shoes, patent back stay, all the latest i-tyles and colors, reguhv price $3, will go at $1.98. ' MEN'S GENUINE HAND MADE SHOES, Hathaway, Soule & HaniDgton's Make, in tan and black vici. Also patent leather in all the leading styles. Regular price $15, will go at $5. Sweaters Men's wool sweaters in all shades, regular price 85 cents, will go at 50 cents. Men's all wool sweaters, guaranteed fast colors, regular price $1.75, will go at 98 cents. The Up-to-Date Shoe, Hat and Gent's Furnish? ing Store, 290G Washington avenue. jean net what you want at IjASH'??from a joint of stove j pipe to a diamond riii?. The latest patterns of all modern house f uruishing goods and at prices to suit every one. II I you are not quite ready to buy yet. come in and look around?it costs you nothing to look?then you can get an _ ' idea what you want to furnish your house with. . Tear up your old carpets and put down nice fresh mattings and vu> 1.?.. ?. o-?. oiw r?llu +a ??!*h. from. . lour butter will melt and your meats and vegetables spoil with? out a refrigerator. We Lave the Parson, the best on the market. Save money, worry and meat by using a Parson. Ladies, you don't have to burn your self and your husband's monej up this summer cooking on an old coal stove. We can fur? nish you with the famous Dangler oil or gasoline stovo. No ashes, no heat, no coal bills. Perfectly safe and cheap. Every one guar? anteed. Baby carriages - the celebrated Heywood. The kind that don't need pushing to be sold. If you use any at.all use a Heywood, or else carry tlie child, for children don't make smart inen and women unless rolled in a Heywood carriage. We take pains in selecting good, serviceable and stylish goods. Our stock is more complete than ever. Our prices are merely noth? ing compared with other stores. Our time is yours to show you the goods, und we will give you good terms on what you buy. Now we could not he any more liberal unless we would give you the goods. Wo wont do that, but we will give them to you on such easy terms that, you will never miss what you pay for them. Know the Place-2803 and 2805 Washinflton ave. T?E.RE IS ONLY ONE Dr. R. Lee Robinson ? 'Vow located at corner otf Washington avenue and Twentr-elShti ?t*cei, f a over Ideal Pharmacy. h> ^Office Hours 9 A. M. to S P. M. Sunday*, 5 A. M. to 13 M. ' iOOOD SET,.TP P Til .8 DOLLARS 9 jJbest sot.I I I III.????9 dollars ft, partial sets.' ? - ' .IN PROPORTION W BRIDGE WORK AND CROWNS. SS KAEiT GOLD, tS.Ofl PB? TOOT?. . My flr*t aim 1? to glv? patron? th? ?best of everything, and I am eibla to Ado tlvli? ohearper 'than others be "causo of ti'm'ie staving appliances, Improved methods and a largo prac? tice conducted on business primal- ?* pies.?Cataplioresis for painless fill 4lns \ EXTRACT n*G.8 oente PADNLES9 EXTRACTTNa..50 cents SILVER FILLING.60 cent? up GOLD FILLING... .$1.00 up. TEETH CLEANED..78 cents. !16 L OF THE Contains a graphic description of the great naval event at the shipyard Thursday, together with copiously illustrated descriptive articles about the .shipyard, the city of Newport "News, the light between the Alabama and Kearsarge, the United States Navy and many other interesting features. The edition is printed on book paper and is the handsomest publication ever issued in Newport News. Send a copy to your friends at home. Price 5 Gents? AT THE OFFICE OF PUBUICATION. r Ways (To Get Money Sell Pure Drugs for It. "We are leaders In the city SECOND? Sell good cigars for It. iWe have the finest line In the city. THIRD? Sell Tenney's candles for It. We sell the only genuine in the city. FOURTH? Sell cut flowers for R. We are the only place that handle them. FIFTH? Sell toilet articles for It We have the best assort? ment in the city. Prescription work is our specialty. Send us yours. Wm. 6. Burgess, Warwick Pharmacy. Phone 2596. TRY &ye Opertep AT THE Bear Paw Buffte, 448 TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET,. Q W. Todd, Proprietor. A Gentleman's Place. Here ere a tew of my specialties: Old Virginia Mountain Brands, Old Clemmer Honey Blossom, Braddock'3 Maryland Rye, Sherwood Montlce.lo, Monongahela, HopeweU. Sour Mash. Old. Crow, Richmond! Club. Taylor's Hand-made Sour Mash, Oscar Pepper, J. E. Pepper. Jefferson Club, Guckenheimer, Murry Hill Club, Old Kentuck, Our Pet Eastern Rye, "-port Kentucky, Shenandoah and North Carolina Apple pie Brandy. The most approved brands of rum, gin, cordials, etc., blackberry. Sherry, Wild Cherry Wine anld Port Wines. The finest brands of union ma-ie cigars. Everything first-class. Qo to the Bear Paw Buffet for one of Todd's Nightcaps. and tidings for A\en's Wear. We have pre? pared for your selec? tion a most hand? some stock of t aster suits, i- aster hats 1 ? aster shoes, Waster eixings. There is nothing wanting in our store to fit you for the sea? son at a reasonable price from head to foot. We await your inspection. Our Boys' Depart? ment is replete with a nobby and durable line of Suits. Shoes and flats. Bring your boys to us for their school and Easter suit. We are prepared to show the ladies the most exquisite line of up to date SHOES and would be pleased to have them call and examine our stock. The Reliable Clothier. Shoer and Matter. NEW DANK ATIONAL OUILDING $500 Offered to anyone bringing me a Watch h cannot put in first-class order. A.J.HAUSER, . . . .... WATCHES AND JEWELRY PRACTICAL. WATCHMAK32K. No. 208 Twenty-eighth Street t\u??8-4m Newport Nawo, Va To do all of the clothing business this Spring, but we want to get a good share of it. We are preparing our stock to meet the reqmire ments of the uaost fastidious men in the city. When you think proper to get your Ready Made Suit, do not miss us. IF YOU intend to have your suit made to measure for Easter, leave your order with us NOW. We are pre? paring to show you a Yery handsome line of fabries, and guarantee satisfaction in fit, ghape and workmanship. We ex eat to seil you your Don't Disappoint us. The Banner Clothier 2GCKJ Washington avenue. 99 2517 Washington avenue, nearly opposite P. O., is the place to find almost everything- you want in notions, shirts, overalls, muslin and gauze un? derwear, children's dresses, knee pants, jackets, corsets, towels, ribbons, hoae, pins, needles, china, glass and tinware, toys, etc. In prices and quali? ty we are second to none. Prices vary from lc to $1.00. SUE M. GARROTT & CO. I G. B. WEST, President. D. S. JONHB, Vice-President. W. H. VHST. Oasfetar. Citizens and Marine Bank OF NEWPORT NEWS, va. CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $15 OOO PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $15,500. A ceneral ban kin c business. Every facility offered tog safe ams) prompt transaction of business on favorable terms?. .Tb? accooats of Oonporatfoas, Firms and Individuals solicited. Spoola.1 attention gives r? eelleettoafi. (Droits drawn on all parts of the world. A SPECIAL SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. INTEREST ALLOWSD ON DKPO?TTB OJt ?1 AND WSfWAKHX. DIRBCTOSKS i G. B. West, H. E. Parker, T. M. Season, J. B. JeantoflA &. P. giearrasa, E. T. Ivy, D. S. Jonea, A. C. Garrett. 9. M. Oar?e. W. A. Poet, President. J. R. Swlnerton, Vice-President, g. A. "WtJlatt. CassAaF FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEWPORT NEWS. I CAPITAL, $100,000- SURPLUS $27,000 DTStEJOTORe j W. A. Post, 3. R- Swlnerton. M. S. Crotrail, ML T. DeoflStr, R. G. Bickford. C. B. Orcutt, E. OBusene White, 3. A. Wlllett. Accounts of banks, corporations, merchants, individuals aad firms iavltca. We offer depositors every accommodation which their bclanees, feusinesa scd responsibility warrant. Sali oux ore drafts drawn on all X*rUldi?*ti oiUea at the world. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. SCHMELZ BROS., B?NKE RS NEWPORT NEWS. VA. DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Accounts of Individuals, firms and oorporation* eoltolteft Collections made on all parts of the country. Forelsa essafeacsaa tojnc^t I and soli at lowest rates. Foreign drafts Issued on all parts ot tka warlA IN OUR DIME SAVINGS DEPARTMENT I Deposits received from 10 cents to SB.?00.09 and interest allowed at else rate of. 4 PER C5H3NT. PER AUtiN?M. BAFHfTY DEPOSIT BOXES POS Baiim Only safety boxes in the city seouraj by time locks. pure icf, GOLD STORAGE, ARC LIGHTS Incandescent Lights, METER OR CONTRACT MOTOR POWER. arc, sc Incandescent and Bell Wiring done on short notice; Inspection guatv antced, V V ~ V V v t 7 " ? f f VT 'PHONE 2515. Electric Lights; No Dirt, No Odor, No Matches. Peninsula Electric Light and Power Co, NEWPORT NEWS, VA. (Board of Directors meet third Tuesday in each month.) If you want a building lot Buy it of the Lots for sale on easy terms in all sections of the city. Finely located, business lots on Washington ave. Farms for sale or rent in Elizabeth C'ty, War? wick and York Counties. Old Dominion Land Company? ROOM NO. 11. FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 8 P. M.