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"BLISHED EVERY MORNING
EXCEPT MONDAY
' Uaiig Press. Company,
POSTOFFICE BUILDING.
? The Daily Press may be obtained
1-every morning at the following place.
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Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant,
af Charles Robinson. No. 7 Ivy avenue
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than one inch. To illustrate: one-half
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L one time, when paid In advance: but
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' remembering this notice, which applied
in all cases, irrespective of financial
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; Advertising rates furnished on appll
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cation. Contractors are not allowed to
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aerted.
SUBSCRIPTIONS.
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Daily, six months . 2.oo
8Dally, one month .40
Dally, one week.10
. All business, news letters or tele?
graphic dispatches should be address?
ed DAILY PRESS.
BELL "PHONE . 2514.
CITIZENS' 'PHONE . 14.
Entered at the Postofflce of Newport
News, Va., as second-class matter.
TUESDAY, JUNE 14, IS'.lS.
THE BASEST TREASON.
There has been some talking und
more Uniting in reference to treasona?
ble actions on the part of men who
should do everything in their power
;. to bring about the discomfiture of the
enemies of the United States. In one
city the officers have gone so far as
to announce that proceedings will be
Instituted against several firms of coal
.dealers for furnishing fuel to the Span?
iards. It is not our intention, how?
ever, to refer to these more common
manifestations of treason, but to one
which, on account of its insidiousness,
is far more dangerous. It is found in
the following paragraph from the Lan
; aster (O.) Eagle:
? As the Congressional Record falls
to show any remarks of Hon. Mar?
cus Hanna on the Cuban question,
he might take the opportunity as
the temporary chairman of the Re?
publican Slate Convention to en?
lighten his constituents here in
Ohio whether he is in the Spanish
graveyard, or in the green, rich
pasture lot of the Americaitrepubllc.
.We would like to know where be
is.
It is astounding that a newspaper,
and especially one which lives and lias
its being almost under the ponderous
Bhadow of the great and mighty Mar?
cus, could be guilty of such flagrant
-disrespect for and treason against the
discoverer of the "advance agent of
prosperity." What encouragement will
there be to grow great and make Pres?
idents if disloyalty, ingratitude and i
sneers are to meet one on all sides?
The government should set; to it t????;?',
these treasonable ajnfi exceedingly dis?
respectful yjiteranoes against itself are
!su!?r3reased.
Treason against one's country is pun?
ishable with death. It is sad to think
that nothing worse can be found for
those who are treasonable toward the
"whole thing" up at Washington.
-
Russia practically admits that the
Philippines arc ours. Application to the
American Consul at Odessa for certifi?
cates of ownership of steamers which
' are expected to stop at Philippine ports
Is practical evidence of this.?Philadel
pliia Press.
i In all of which the Russians show
: that they have a remarkably good grip
pn the situation. No matter what
;course Uncle Sam may finally take in
reference to the matter it is quite sure
;that he has first mortgage on the
'?- Philippines just at present. The Rus?
sians in acknowledging this self-evi?
dent fact simply pursued a plain, busi?
ness-like policy.
-
The "forty acres and a mule" scheme
was probably all right before education
;-.became so universal, but the Atlanta
?"enlisting officer who was endeavoring
to raise the regiment of immunes
-Should have known belter than to
try It in these days of enlightenment
and Intelligence.
"Dispatches from Madrid are to the
/"effect that Spain is "full of hope an 1
is determined to continue the war."
- But for this assurance to the contra?
ry, from a cursory view of the affair,
one would naturally feel Inclined to
^hink that Spain is "full of prunes."
It is beginning to look as if Spain
.would find it difficult to win even with
;,ia.331H Earp referee on her side.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
LOST?$10 hill mi 2Sth street, between
West and Washington avenues. or on
West avenue, near the Gloucester.
Reward for its return to MKS. J. A
A., at the Gloucester. Jul4-P
WANTED?Position by whit,
do general house work. AppI
Lafayette avnue.
Irl t<
it 38 14
VANTED?A few i.e boarders; sin?
gle beds for gentlemen: cold and ho
bath: convenient ;?? shipyard. App'y
No. ISO Thirty-fifth street. Jul2-"l*
FOR RENT?front rooms, nicely fur
nlshed. Apply No. ill Thirtieth St.
ju 12-St."
FOR RENT. ~T\VO FURNISHED
rooms suitable for light housekei p
Ing at :;4:: Twenty-sixth st.
SUMMER SCHOOL EOR .""YS AND
girls. All loan. I.es of a Ii.al edu
cation taugut. Apply to 11 H
EPES. 223 Twenty- seventh street.
_Jul-tf_
WANTED TO RENT?REMlNLiT iN
typewriter. Address K. T. W? Dnlls
Press ofliee. my27-lf
.V ANTED? HOARDERS EOR MOM IC
Ii ke. pleasant rooms, i 5? ? I and Co .1
bath.
Hot Dinner Sent to Shipyard.
j T.-rms reasonable.
.MRS. M. IC. DOSWEI.L
lOH Twenty-seventh s n et
I have this day appointed II. II. Fii h
mv agent t.ndiicl my HUM [ltd
grocery si..re at f.M Twe-ily-thir.l
street, to buy and sell for cash only.
?Ii IHN K. Mi iRRIS.
Stockholders' Meeting.
The annual me.ting of the Stockhol?
ders of the Peninsula Eleciric l.ij;lit &
power Company will be held Tuesday.
June 21. isns, til K p. in., ai the Citi?
zens and Marine Hank. Ncwporl ,\.-us.
Va.
E. C.
my 22,-1 mo.
IIII.I.YEK. I'
Hotel Ivy Dairy Lunch Room
Is now open in the basement of tie- Ivy
building, corner Washington avenue
and Twenty-seventh street. Ice cream,
soft shell crabs and coffee a specialty.
All meat sandwiches 5 cents. Open day
I and night. jur.-lm
from heallhy cows
??table as clean
as a house and aJ
waye open for inspection?6 eenta a
quart or 3 cents a pint. Milk from Jer
! Hey OOWB 8 cents a quart or 4 cents e
I pln't lu glas? bottles. Delivered oiiy
i'here in the clity.
J. E. Langslovu.
I f?b S4-tf
I When Vlsitiiiij Flioelius Gall .it j
Mellen street, near Mallory.
Where von can yet a yooil si|tiure
meal.
Refreshments ar liar room
THOS. ft. DOUGHTY.
PROPRIETOR.
************************
od llesfored,
DR. E. C. WEST'S
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT
THE ORIGINAL, ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS,
In?oldunder positive Written 4Niiarnntcf!
I*y authorized agents only, to cur" Wenk Memory
J)ixzi:whN. Wnki-fiiln-m, l-'ils, !1;m,tui, titiick
nuns, Night. I..ihhi.m, Evil DrenniH, Ruck of Conti,
datioe, hnrvuuKin'h?. lauuitmlc, nil Uminti. Youth,
ful ErrorM. or Kxi:ewiro Um- or Ti.lmeco. Opium,
or Liquor, which L'iiiIh to Minury. C.iuhumm.1 i<.u
Insanity and Reuth. At Morn or by mini. $1 n
box; nix for $T>; with written gcitiruiitee. to
eure or refund money. Sample pnok
nge, containing live iliiyt* treutir*""? ?-.*i- r"it
:h full
,lo only nuld t<i
AtBtoro or by until.
?3P"Rcd Labol Special
Extra Strength.
For liupntMicy, Rons
I'mver. Lout Mniilu
Sterility or Hitrr.'nn
,j51 a hoi: nix for $.1, withpi^Ja
'written ^;?araaltee*i, w -
_ ,_Ui cure in '.lOdiiytt. At aturu
?BFOREor by mail. AF?fefj
KLOR'S DRUG STORES.
Newpjrt News. Va.
MUEE. LE GLAIR'S
FAMOUS FRENCH REMEDY
Never Fails.
ENDORSED BY THOUSANDS
<if ladies as a periodical regulator without an equal,
successful when Cotton Root, Pennyroyal, Kargol, etc.,
have proven worthless. 23 two-cent .stamps brings trial
package, and convinces tin: most skeptical ol their won?
derful properties. Send 4 cents in stamps I or pamphlet,
containing valuable information for ladies. Address
I-kClaik Pii.i. Co.. II S Ai;,-iits. Huston, Mass.
N. II. All correspondence confidential and relumed
w ith trial package.
For sale in Newport News by W. G.
Rurgttoa.
\ - V.:
? mm
A Good Judge of Fuel,
will 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
household.
C. C. SMITH & CO.,
Seventeenth street and Lafayette Ave.
'Phone 2524. so 23-su,w&f-6m
never were
high" grade
SHOES
SOLD
SO LOWl
lye* er was this store better prepared to give
you some most notable bargains. The large pur?
chase which we made recently enables us to otter
von the following at the extraordinary
nOMEY-SAVINQ PRICES.
Misses' Tuns, spring heel, strap sun
dais, all solid leather, with satin hang
and nickle Ijin-kels.
Regular Value Si.OO,
Closing Price 48c,
Ladies' Vici
Tan and Bluck
1 Ixfonl Ties, in
coin anil uperu
toes. A very
sightly shoe.
Ivogllliir value
$1 25, closing
price 7:i cents.
Ladies' Tan
Vici Kill Luce
Shoes, hand
sewed, ill all
t h e leading
styles Ueu'll
lar value $:t (JO.
dosing price
$1.??.
MEN'S
SATIN CALF
LACE SHOE,
SOLID
LEATHER.
EVERY PAIR
GUARAN?
TEED.
REGULAR
VALUE S1.75
CLOSING
HCE 95 CTS
Ladies' Gen?
uine Vici Kid
Shoes, button
and lace, hand
t timed. A very
neat u 11 d
dressy shoe.
Kegulur price
^2.25, closing
price $1.25.
Men's Tan
Vici Kid Lace
Shoes, hand
s e w e d, silk
vesting top, in
coin and hull
dog toes. Keg
ular value $4,
e using price
$2.50.
Youths'
lea I her, in
Tan Vici Kid Sin
?oin and opera, toes.
Regular Value $1,75,
Closing F?T-Icre 9gc
290(3 Washington Ave.,
Newport Xews.
Dr. R.
Wash I ngton avenue and Twenty-eighth ?rreet, over Ideal Pharmacy.
OfhVe Hours 9 a. M. to 6 P. m. Bundays, i a- m. to 12 m
<)|ien Evenings 7 to H.
vitalized air b <?K PAINLESS EXTRACTING.
hood set.TEETH .6 dollars
BEST SET.S II 111.8 OOLXfARS
PARTIAL SETS.S 111 .IN PROPORTION
No charge tot- exit-acting when teeth are ordered.
Extractitig.? '. .25c
Painless oil ract itig with local auast liet ic.50c
Silver tilling .50c up
Gold.#1.00 up
Teet h (Jleiineil .70e
Hridge work and crowns, 23 karat gold, $5 per tooth.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
PURE ICE, ARC, ?
Incandescent and
Bell Wiring done
GOLD ?iORf\GE, ?? short notice.
nRG LIGHTS Inspection guarv
Incaiiilesceiit Liijhts, anteed,
METER OR CONTRACT
MOTOR
POWER.
?PHONE 25IB.
Electric Lights;
No Dirt,
No Odor,
No Matches,
Peninsula Electric Light and Power Co.
NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
(Board of Directors meet third Tuesday lu each month.)
SCHMELZ BROS., BANKERS
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.
Offers Its Customers Every Accommodation
Consistent \AJi111 Safe Banking.
Accounts of individuals, linns and corporal ions solicited. Collections
tuiitle on ail parts of the country. Foreign drafts issued on all parts of the
world.
IN OUR DIME SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from 10 cents to $5,0(10 and interest allowed at the rate of
FOUR PER CK NT. PER ANNUM.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES EOF* REINT
(ju I -y .S.ilefy Boxes In the City Secured fc>y Time l~.oclca
W. A. Post, President. J. R. Swinerton. Vice-President. J. A. Willen, Ctusbler
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of n ewport news.
GRP1TAL 5-100,000. SURPLUS $27,000
DIRECTORS :
W. A. Post, J. R. Swinerton, M. B. Croweli, M. V. Dourhty,
It. CJ. Kickford. C. B. Orcutc, I. Eugene White, J. A. Wilieti.
Accounts of hanks, carporailotis, merchants, individuals and Arms iLvited
We offer depositors every accommodat ion which their balances, business and
responsibility warrant, riell our owni drafts drawn on all principal cities ot
' :"*sUfe deposit boxes for rent.
a. U. W??T, President. D. S. JONES, Vice-President. W. B. VEST, Caahler.
Citizens and Marine Bank
of newport news, va.
CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $15 000
PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $15.R00.
A general banking business. Every facility ottered for e&fe ?od prompt
transaction of business on favorable terms. The accounts ot Corporations,
-Pinna and Individuals solicited. Special attention given ,., collections. Drafts
drawn on all parts of the world.
A SPECIAL SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS OK U AND UPWARD.
DIRECTORS :
O. B West, H. S. Parkar, T. M. Benson, J. B. Jennings, L. P. Stearnea,
E. 1. Ivy, D. S. Jone?, A. C. Garrett, J. M. Curtis.
[declared on all prices in
Men's, Boys' and Child?
ren's Clothing. Nothing
will he reserved ; the entire
stock is to be sacrificed in
order to unload.
Men's Suits ut $4.75, worth $!>.00.
Men's Suiits at $6.75, worth $10.00.
Men's Suits at $8.75, worth $12.UU.
Boys' Suits at $3.75, worth $7.00.
Boys' Suits at $5.75. worth $11.00.
Children's Suits at $3.50. worth $6.00.
Children's Suits at $2.75, worth $4.00.
Children's Suits at $1.08, worth $3.50.
Children's Suits at $1.48. worth $2.50.
Men's Bicycle Suits at $3.48. worth $5.
Men's Bicycle Suits at $5. worth $7.50.
Men's Bicycle Suits at $7.25, worth $10.
Men's Bicycle Outlit at $7.?8, worth $12.
(Coat, pants, cap and stockings).
Men's Working Pants at 50c, worth $1.
Men's Casslmere Pants at $1, worth $2.
Men's Working Shirts 25c. worth 50c.
Men's Underwear 25c. worth 50c.
Men's Neckwear 25c, worth 50c.
Men's Colored Shirts 48c, wroth 75c.
Men's Sweaters 48c, worth 75c.
Men's Fancy Sox Sc. worth 15c.
Men's E. & W. Collars 15c. worth 25c.
Men's Mackintosh Coats $2.08,
worth $4.50.
Men's Mackintosh Coats $4.50,
worth $7.50.
Men's Mackintosh Coats $6.75,
worth $10.00
Men's "Never Rip" Overalls 48o,
worth 75c
Are Blind to your own in?
terest it* you don't bring
your money to us. We are
overstocked, and are de?
termined to get lid of all
surplus goods even at a loss
Men's Black Saline Shirts 4Sc,
worth 75c.
Men's Unlaundcred Shirts 42c,
worth 75c.
Boys' Strong Knee Pants 4Sc,
worth 75c.
Boys' Cassimere Knee Pants 25c,
worth 50c.
Boys' Everyday Knee Pants 16c.
worth 25c.
Boys' Percale Top Shirts 25c.
worth 35c.
Men's Strong Suspenders Sc.
worth 15c.
Will be carried into our
army of Men's, Boys' and
Children's Hats. The en?
tire department at your
mercy. No old stock; ev?
erything new and stylish
Men's Stylish Derby Hats $1.98,
worth $2.50.
Men's Stylish Derby Hats $1.48,
worth $2.00.
Men's Stylish Derby Hats 98c,
worth $1.60.
Men's Stylish Derby Hats 68c,
worrth $1.25.
Men's Stylish Derby Hats 68c
worth $1.50
Men's Dark Brown Soft Hats 98c,
worth $1.75.
Men's Black Soft Hats 98c,
worth $1.10.
Men's Summer Check Caps ?6c,
worth 2Sa
Men's Black Working Caps 5c,
worth 16c
Boys' Stylish Cloth Hats 38c,
worth 75c.
Boys' Plain and Fancy Caps 22c,
worth 36c
Children's Nobby Caps 25c,
worth 60c
Children's Tarn O'Shanters 15c,
worth 25c
Children's White Navy Caps 25c,
worth 38c.
2606 Washington Avenue,
Opposite Johnson's Opera House.
If you want a building lot
Buy it of the
Old Dominion Land Gompany
Lota 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 City, War?
wick and York Counties.
Old Dominion band Company?
ROOM NO. 11.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 8 P. M.
The Reliable
Clothier. Shoer ana
Hatter.
NEW DANK
ATIONAL OUILDING
MADE ME A MAN
AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY C?KF
A XX Nvrvoum Disease*?Fullicg Moo;
or?, iixu-Oi-jjicy, Kloeiilaasnefia, oto., caused
by Abutiu ur other Excesses (Ulli lud!?
crotlona. They nuiafily and aurelu
rtshtor?) J.'-at Vitality ia .*'d or young, and
tit a mau ivir t>tudrt tmoiuutflor uarriuge.
Prevent Innaoity and Consumption it
? in Lime, Their1?a ?howB Immediate imprcve
t&nd effects a CUKE *L?re All other fail In
uiaf upoa having the ?t>uuine Ajax Tablets. The;
have cured thousands aud wiJIoureyota. We give a do*.
i r.ivo written guarantee to effect a cure EA ATC is
each cue or rat und too money. Pric?VwwB9iMi
I>aukuc?j or als pkgea (full treatment) for $??0. Bi
For oale In Newport News, Va.. by
A. S. O. KLOB, Druggist,
apr 19-ly._
E. W. JOHNSON
Contractokand Builder
NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
Plans and Specifications Prepared on
Short Notice.
HOUSE WORK 4. ; PECI .L^
Nero Fiddled
While Rome Burned
because he had a policy
of insurance in Ids safe and knew he
was protected. Don't be indifferent to
the advantages of insuring now. Don't
say it will do just as well next week or
next month. The fire that is never go?
ing to touch your place may occur to?
morrow and then-. A policy
costs very litte and it's worth much.
We represent the best companies?
solvent, liberal and prompt. Let us
supply you wiith further information.
MARYE & BOYNTON,
Room No. 1, Braxton Building.
Mackeys Cafe
R. J. MACKEY, PrtopniBTm.
The Ucsf-Known Saloon Man
la Newport Neva. ?? $ <t> e>
Wines, Liquors, Cigars.
flfitST EXPORT BEER JttflDB.
Comfortable Pool and Billiard
Parlors Adjoining Cafe.
R. J. MAC KEY.
J. R. SWINERTON. Manager.
SPECIAL RATES TO COMMERCIAL
TRAVELERS.
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN
w
The latest toilet pre?
paration. It is indeed
a luxury, yet it is sold
at a necessity price-?;,
15 cents per bottle.
Don't forget the
place, as you may be
charged 25 cents un?
less you come to U9
for this delightful pre?
paration.
Im. 6. Barg
j Warwick Pharmacy,
I Old aud New Phone 96.
MACKEV'S . . .
. . RESTAURANT,
Meals at all hours. First-class- Din?
ner, 25c. From 12 to 2 P. M. The beat
that the market affords In every re?
spect. Game in season. Suppers fur?
nished to parties on short notice.
Cor. Washington Avenue and 8th St.
UP-STAIRS.
George Lohse, Manager.

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