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Advertising rates furnished oh appli cation. Contractors are noi all .wed t exceed their space or advertise othe .hah their legitimate huslii.-ss. ox-ep by paying esi.ially for Ihe sane . Ad vertlsemonts discontinued before ih expiration of contract v. ill l>,. charge, for at transient rates for tie- lime in s.-rled. STltSi Mil PTK INS. Dally, twelv, months . $1.1 Dailv six mom Iis . LO Dally, one mouth.4 Daily, one week.1 .-Ml business, news letters or tel. graphic dispatches shoui.l he ad-lress DAILY PRESS. BELT. ?PHONE .251 CITIZENS' "PHONE. 1 Entered tit tlie Postrdllee of Newpoi . News, Va.. as second-class mailer. TlU'ltSDAY, SEPT EMI* Ell. 1. l?^ l'.ASE BALL ROWDYISM. At the beginning of the has.- b: season the magnates wie. are populat ^supposed to control the national gai .met and solemnly decided that rbwd Ism should be debarred from Ih- h. 'hall diamond. This minting und tl decision was eminently proper, and ? ?in accordance with a prcce.l. nt . sin llshed many years age, and a number ? pti -II.-v.- that it meant something this tine Interest in the game had fallen to sm? all .-xt.-ut thai many of the cities in tl league circuits were losing money . ?rheir teams, and since a great deal < this antagonism was engendered I disgust at tit.- seems enacted on il Ii. !,I. ii was thought thai tin- inuKiiat -'might come lo tie- resit.I th" can and adopt such rules as would iiial base ball a scientific sport in whi. skill should pla\ an hiiporta n I part, i stead of a Label of back alley siang ai 'profanity: - The rules the> adopted were all rigl but there seems lo he something v.r.. with ih.- manner in which Ihe regul "t-tons luv enforced, or. more proper speaking, igiiored. and the old Ii. scenes still thrill tiie heart of th. sire a rat. who conies In "on a hall." hut d gusd all re lined and iliieiiigeiits p. As i lie iillicet s of t h X.n ,e League have shown their inability BUppre.-s rowdyism in base ball, t people who have been called upon support the game will have t,. lake t matter in band. Il is to I..- hoped Ii It will not be necessary p. give m. than a hint lo the unruly .-lenient, i> a permanent taboo would be preferul to supporting rowdyism. ? No political parly that lias arisen national recognition in this country t been mot- tickle, vacillating. In.lese ive and inconsistent than tie- poptll . I; only ad" party has been t. a iheorv to a-ban today and anoth it t hi W. teemed contemporary that our l.\i'| listic friends lind il necessary to . hat Ibeir principles as ?fter as the cluii leon changes its color, if they rt-siro be up-to-date members of their partj Unaccountable as it may seem, no ? has thought to interview Hon. Hol, Fiizsiinim-ns and Hon. James .1. 6 belt in reference to ihe conference th.- purpose of advancing the idea uriiv.-rsal p?:aee. If it were possible g.-t these distinguished gentlemen ; ih.- French nation to gracefully I might be an easy matter to carry the Czar's plari, United States navy in i Spain is a bout t he !??? In th.- battles .1 Mam only one Am-rc an wa bly moii- titan thai he selves to death in cel. victories. who was the real hen. of the battle of Santiago. Can It be that the "is.- und fur-seeing gentlemen who saw qualities in Sampson which justilled them In j raising him up above the heads of his I superiors were mistaken I n esti? mating the Utile affair with Cervera? to go to Paris the peace mm 1 likely Unit h. dar and whistle has been said. more Ihattf likely that Mr. YVhcl f the Kansas City Star, will he iv:d tu answer that much used .n: "Where did you get it?'1 considered a nation of shopkeep -ra probably . aused tin Spaniards to ihliik that they would receive peace at a bar Aguinaldo . tend the sit: A I 'V KIITISK.M KNTS. a i"iits-!- i ? i.ass ax.TiTT: LOST nl'KX KACK SIl.Vlvl: AltlSfi-l r.i Watch. S2..".? reward for ils re? turn to this olll,?. hug 27-1 w* Plans and Specifications tor plinnbi: g <. iiools Nos. I ami 2 inn be seen al office of I'. Thornton Miirye. architect. II.ds w ill he receiv-d liy the clet It of acho d board until September 1st. S I'. M. aug. 12-171 Trolley Party Biickrot* Beach Per the benefit or N'oaini I..idge. N i. I ?nlighters ..I l!e|,ekah. nuJPSt, Notice. I shall on Ih. lii'sl day of the Septem? ber ioriii ..r the Corporation ''.'..iiri ap NOTICE. Th.- school board of l-Mi/.ab-tli city Cunty propose to er.-ei school build? ing al llamplon. Vn. The boind will ii.t al the olll..' .1.s. Sannders .\i Co., on ihe fifteenth of Se|>ieinhcr, ISPS p. examin. and a.Iopi plans for the same. Plans will l?- tor Loth l.rielt and frame li.il lo ex...1 $10.. The plan adopted ? id be paid for al the usual rale. Clans and specifications for other school wm-h .-an he s.-en at tue same place from August 2tlth to Sep? tember Tali at w hlch place Lids will Le .1 lor same. .1. W. D.V UTiillKItTV. aug-2?-tf. City clerk. Putroni/.c Home Industry Having doubled our force we arc now prepared to HI all orders promptly for the celebrated EL MARCO CiGARS Factory No. 2.402 Washington ave? nue, ov.-r old Armory. Jyp.l-Gm NEW POUT NK WS CIO AH CO.. 1 1'. > i. Cox 95. SEALED PROPOSALS. $10,000 llridge Con.is of Ihe City of Newport News. Va. S-aled proposals w ill Le received by the i 'iimruon Council of the City of Newport News, until 12 noon Septem? ber for tl;,. purchase of $111,000 1 1-2 per cent. Bridge Bonds. Interest p iy able semi-annually at the Treasurer's .,1'fi,.f lie- citv of Newport News, or Hank of Now Vei k X. 1'.. A., New York City. Principal payable In thirty years. Optional after twenty years. Denomination. $500. Address all Lids to Citv Clerk, mark? ed Lids for Citv li.m.Is. Certified check for $1,000. payable to City Treasurer hid. to he returned if Li,I is' reject. ,1 All Lids must be on blanks furnished Ly City Clerk. j. a. MASSIF, City Clerk. PS ever Fails. ENDOHScD BY THOUSANDS ? " I.k!ws as a rwritrixa! rr::uh;..i votliout an c.uia.. ... dul whrti Cuttoi. I'.... :. P. i.t,?,...)..:. I rKi,t.cic. ' I :'|f ? ? : . S.- . ? ,i, ...... i |,t I.kCi.aik I'm, (??" l'""."aVm?.^.*?*. Maw N, It-All crrr-mondL-i.? c.i.li.in.liil and returned ?illl trial [.a. tone For saie in Newport New? hy W. Q i NewportHews FemaloSeminary j Classical Schoo! for Girls and Young Ladies Heuling the le st colleges ?f the' North and South. I'husual advantage's in Art. Music and Elocution. ? '..ns-ivale: y curse in I music. I'.cs.n. .- s . ,urse. ! TEtt.US REASONABLE I Your pat.oi.ae.. soiielred j Apply to .\I Its. M. W, IIAItWOI.iD. On ?ei)!tiii!i(;r l, IU98. /VUSiri & H.eLAKKEi ! Will open in Newport News a Select i Lay Sehn I foi Oirls, number limited. hour'>i?I lesson in French iParisian a<; j e.-i,11 will !?? given daily L. tile whole I For particulars apply to j MISS ELIZA BEI ti H. CLARKE, 12(3 Thirty-first Street., IN e? \nj jj o r t IN fc? va/ a. Trimmed Hats. Wurth Ii .11(1. will he sohl for $148; i mi Mark an.I colored trimmed sai' s li.ai sol.I Ii-..in ?1.00 au.I upwards ()i)C 'liihiron's LT.. Sailors now Tor I5c ri.il.]r?n's Tain O'Shania Caps, in all I rs. for lot' 'hihlreii's Raton i'nps for ?)C hildn n's l.aee lJou,uf Bonnets that .1 La J1.00 lo JS.IHI. now ()'!(' t'oi 39c j Lace Caps that sold for 50 cents, now l.aee Caps that sold for 25c. and :15c,, l?lc Bare Caps that sold for 15c., new '.It MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Cmhr.-lla Ih-awers. willi Cambric ultlie and p.k-. or hemmed and neks, regular 1S5 cent kind, for 2S? Camhrie Brnwors, with two row9 ?al.denn, s iiis.-rl ini: end .deed, a ? ciliar 75 rent quality, for 49c A plain low neck corset Cover 9 c Corsets covers trimmed with eiu iroidery edge on neck and sleeves, ? ?.rih :::i cents, lor Cl-el covers with To.e|,,,,, |a,e | |-i ITTI iiing and inserting. worth 5(1 cents. 35c A heanliful c.irs.-t Cover with gntti ? .1 waist, trimmed w iih a Hue cnm i i. .-nihroldery, worth 75 cents, lor A lull six.- gown willi camhrie riitTl ml i licked, worth 50 cents, lor 39c iiiuu? nuuti 2(il0 Washington Ave. ISJD10 NOW. That is what my lat-j est ami liest think is. ii|) to (Lite ''Ambrosia' Don't forget it is| better than ice cream, j| healthy ami |>ie;tsant. Try ii. Call lor it, or s ml lor it. It has no Equal. . G. Birgess, The Druggist. /*V:eve;y:f^.-^y///iifv t's Brc^d, Not War the Spaniard Wants. There are many people in Newport ' New.- also win. can't got bread to sail their taste because they don't kte.w ; thai ?.? make th... purest and mo-; de j Urions bread .??tuffs in Newport News j We also make the richest and finest I pastry, fancy cakes, wedding cakes, j loaf cakes and macenroons to be found j any where. We cater to the most fas j lidlous palat ? and never fall to plena. I our patrons. A. B. WiLHiNK, 217 Twenty-seventh street, near Wnsh j_Ington Avenue. V/anted?Boarders, iBY MRS. M. E. DOSWELL, .\.. tor. -J7tli Street. I First class tiible and |>ieas lant rooms. Terms reason 'able. inly .'?-(in RED LETTER SALE AT Cjhing, Furnishing Goods and Hat less than cost of manniaur(?< .DON'T MISS AN ITEM Everythir Must be Sold Witlht Regard to Cost . Value. M Cei ..Iii Collars for 5e. M. n s _->.- < ehlld Cuffs Cor 10c. A.en s ...c- i olo, ShIrts tr>r 39(. Men s .iac Ovc.ia r<)r 20c_ Men s ;.0e ? or,g shirts for 25c. Hoys :.0e ( olor?S|lirts f(?. 2S(._ Men s o>c Sweat f?r 3?r Hoys' 2..c Ribbe?t^kingt, for So. Men s Suits for wortn jr,.n?. Men's Suits for $0. wimh $?.(l0. Men's Suits for worti, jt.50. Men's Suits for jr.. Wl),,li $10.00. Men's Suits for $7.! wort), $i2.00. Men's Suits for $9.7wor,ll $15.00. Men s Hants for 42 M.-n's i'anis for 75 Men's l'ants for Sl.O?'voVth $1.75'. Men's Pants for $1.50.,ort;h %?? 50 Men's Pants lor $2.00; orth Men's l'ants for $3.00; t.. ?j ((g Men's Pants Tor $:'..7r Crash l'ants for r.Se i 'rash Suits for $2.50 i h?ls S lits for ilS; w h j ;,0 Cbll-l's Suits for $1.4S: w. i, ... -,, Child's Suits for $1.98: wo., sP. <>0 Child's Stilts for $2.48; wot. %+m\ Child's Suits for $3.00: wor $r..Oo! Hoys' Suits for $3.75; wort$fj'.oo! Hoys' Sains for $2.50: wortt;-, on. worth $l.i)0. rth $fi.oo. ?th $1.00. A Few Things Yon Always Need and Usually Pay Double These l'rices. E. & W. 25c Collurs for 15c. Hoys' Duck Caps for 15c; worth 25c. M.-n's Bicycle Cups for 25c: worth 50c. Boys' Tain OShanters for 25c; worth 50c. Men's flash Caps for 25c: worth 50c. Men's Cloth Caps for 25e: worth 50c. Men's Derby Hats for sSc: worth $1.50. Men's Detby Hats for $1.38: worth $2.00 Men's Derby Hats for $1.OS; worth $2.50 Men's Derby Hats for$1.98: worth $3.on Men's Sort Huts for 38c: worth 75c. I Men's Soft Hats for SSc: worth $1.50. Men's Soft Hats for $1.38: worth $2.00. Men's Soft Hats for $1.88; worth $2.5n. Men's Soft Hats for $1.98: worth $3.00. I Child's Fancy Caps for ISc: worth 50c. Suits for $1.75: Child's Pants for 60c; ' Child's l'ants for 25c: Child's l'ants for 10c: Child's Straw Hals 15c Boys' Suits for $6.00: v H .ys' Check Caps 15c: Boy's Sweaters for 25c Men's Seamless 10c So: Men's Fancy 25c Sox fi Men's IHlack 10c Snx fo orth $3.50. .?orth $1.00 worth 50c worth 25c worth 50c ..rth $10.oo Mi 10e Handln Men's 15 Mail's 2." Handkerchiefs Hanndkerc'tlefi Bring your money to v and we will make every dollar do two dollars'tint During this sale every thingiv',1! be sold for CASH no credit to aiyone CASH THE BA1NNER CLOTHIER. 2606 WASHINGTON AY&NIE ^ If you want ^building lot $ Buy it 4 the I Old Dominion lend Company Lots for sale on easy terms hall sections ol' the % City jj Finely located business lots on Washington ave. Tj " Farms for sale or rent, in Elizabt.h C'ty, War M wick and York Count-s. M Old Dominion L>and Company, a) room no. 11. H FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. M OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 8 P m si lilt Well we hope It is. but we Know Inn summer and hot weather will be ,'lth us for some time to come and if | ou have not already availed yoursc f the chance to get a good Detroit r.^*''"^^1 SE-LED PROPOSALS. Tl?.'ity of Newp .rt N. ws. Va.. wi up to 12 o'clock noon of the ia/l DAY OE SHPTICM BHU. IStiS. ,..rl proposals for the j,: and materials of a hr used as a Jail and als.. (1 oli. e st at ion house a nd . J i,pitul. The prop..sals mils k build'u t lo con fall all t" Hi.- building, together will prison eells. steel work am - lor a thorough!; Bange you have missed one 'K'.eil im?lern jail. The proposal of your best friends and mor have missed the comfort that can on he had from the use of gas fuel, wh' brings delight and happiness wherf .it is in use. Talk is cheap you iy say and a gas man must "gas,"11" who can blame him. He know; thing?he wants to push it alo lie is willing that his friends share in the procession, dene" that be is, he gives his ad Via e is no trouble-to sing the praJ " for fuel and as for light. lj' shines so he who runs . ...od , and aould < soul e. It ,.< of gas beauty impress Cms for fuel at $1.00 is1' cheupest a.iised. Are >rudent and range. We next week surprise you. me if you can ui can. hall he made upon plans ami specitlea yoilions furnished by the hid.lees ai iheii own expense with.,ui any cost to the city, which shall accompany and l.e submitted with the hi.l. Ail such bids will he securely sealed and sent or de livered to the city clerk of Newport -News and musl he in Ins hands by 1: o'clock of the day mentioned. Particulars as to size, expected cosi and general nature of the building and equipments v. ill I..- furnished upon ap? plication by Ihe city clerk. The city reserves th..- right to rejecl any or all bids. J. A. MASS IE. fuel if it is economli you economical ? You .... Therefore get a 1 tell you somethii nit heating that il No. 24 on either l call. But come Newport Newsas Company, W. S. BO*' Supt" Vi Transflali^n c<> W. It. St1" Ma"nK" Storage Warehouse Freight. B>' Safea " rn| ture careful/13 Pr???Ptly moved. All kinds1"111111"'8 dor'e at Iow rates. PliON'E BOX hi teys Cafe , /.VKiif, P t >.?it:if e > -t ?. M.Kaova Saloon Map Th ,?port Ncvs, is, Liquors, Cigars, i&ST EXPORT btEff MftDB. portable Pool and Billiard /Parlors Adjoining Cafe. J. MACK BY an lS-lm. City Clerl e. w. JOHNSOsM GoNTKAOTOH and Jilj'll.DKl! NEWPOUT NEWS. VA. Plans and Specifications Prepared ..n Short Notice. HOUSE TORE A i'PKCI *T.'l'i M. H TUGK, The Veterinary Horse Shoer If your horse strikes, clicks or forges. Tuck, the Sheer, will stop it. First-class shoeing. 1 am here to stay. Shop at Twenty-seventh street and Warwick avenue, Phillips ?t TTonson's old coal yard. Jy2-3rh. SEALED PROPOSALS. The city or Newport News, Va.. will receive sealed proposals for the con til ruction of two iron bridges and [he approaches thereto in accordant-, with Plans and specifications to be selected by the bidders and furnished and sub? mitted along with the bids on the same al Die expense of the bidders and with? out any cost to the city. StrJiin sheets must accompany all plans and specifi? cations. Particulars as to the kind of bridges ami the general character am! dimensions of the same will be furnish? ed upon application by the city engi? neer. Such proposals shall le- sent or delivered to the city clerk, securely sealed, and must be in his possession at 12 o'clock noon of MONDAY, SEPTEMBBB 19TH. 1898. The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids. J. A. MASSIE. aug 18-lm. _ City Clerk. rVltaciam Mmae, The celebrated Spiritual, Trance and Business Medium. Beads life past, present and future with abs.nute cor? rectness. Gives valuable advice In bus? iness and harmony to Hie family circle. Every one in trouble should c.il 'on her, 335 Twenty-fourth street, opposite Warwick Iron Wurks. aug 1S-l/. \Ye have cut deeper into our former prices f?L which is without a doubt one half actual value, ft We are determined to dispose of our entire sum W mer stock. The following prices will make them W. move quickly. For your choice of our Men's $3, $3.50 or $4 hand, welted, tan and black viei kid or Russia calf shoes in all the leading styles. For choice of 200 pairs of Boys' 'IH satin calf,solid leather school shoes, p Fortner price of these goods $L and 1 $1-25. I ft fx i?. For your choice of 300 pairs of Ladies' $1.50, $2.00 or $2 50 black and tan vici kid oxfords, in all the latest styles. This is no fake sale nut a bona fide clearing of our entire summer stock. If goods are not as vo |j?? presented we will Cheerfully refund monej ! I ?3E i f? Un-to-datG Sli.oo, Hat and Gent's Furnisliiiuj store 'J'.HHi Washington Ave., Newport News, Ya. 4 ^Sft*^i,nKton *v*"u<* 8"d Twenty-eighth street, over Ideal Pharmacy ^ Office Hours S> A. M. to S P. M. Sundays, I A. M. to II M. ^ Open llvoniiurs 7 to 8 J TITA LIZ KM AH! Fill'. PAlNJ.KSS KXTIMCTLNG j ?"'?'????"?TEETH ^ i A K HAD SETS.m ? .IN PROPORTION ? a No charge for extracting when foci h are ordered, kv ^ Extnicthig.? ... f nr V 4 1 >"::'ss . \iraeim- . ill, ; :.al an slhclit,' ... 50a P .Mle. U|. A Teethd, i-. l *1-('?4'r' I. Bridge work an.l crowns, 2''karal g"ld. *n per i??'ti I * (i.il.l !!? Ullilii. r IJAHANTHHD. I i pme iGE, arc ? ! Electric Liohts; ummmair tun ?ut?m incandescent and! kialcflU ARD KtlfliL, Hell Wiring done! COLDSTORnGE, ?n short notice.; illcG LIGHTS Inspection guar> ? liit.iuilt'.snc.iit i iiiliis, antccd. Eiccinc uim ccn?jin??ofl i ii?iuics oi focioni Prices Mi.T/ .V O/V CONTRACT MOTOR PO WER. 'PHONE set a. No Dirt, No Odor, No M.uchcs. Peninsula Electric Light mid Power Co. NEWPOKT NEWS, VA. (Board of Directors meet, third Tuesday In each month.) es schmelz bros., bankers NhWPOH'l NEWS. VA. Offers llss Customers Every Accominodatlon Consistent \A/iiPi me Banking, Accounts of individuals, linns and corporalion* solicited. Collection made on all parts of the country. Foreign drafts issued on all parts of the world. IN OUR DIME SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits received from lu conls to $0,00(1 and interest allowed at'the rate of Ft>uit rr.u cent, van aninuu. SAf-ETY DEPOSIT F50.X.ISS FOK' RENT Only !-iiii'<5ty I i () jt s in tlita Oliv Secured toy Time Locka W. A. Post, President. J. R. 3\vlnerton, Vice-president. J. A. Willett, Cashier OF NEWPORT NEWS. Grti-ITflL $100,000- SURPLUS $30 000 DlltCiC Torts : W. A. Post, J. R. Swlnerton, M. B. Crowell, M. V. Doughty. R. O. Bkkford. C. B. Orcutt, I. Eugene White. J. A. Willett. Accounts of banks, carpo.-ailons, merchants, individuals and firms Invited. We utter depositors every accommodation which their balances, business and responsibility warrant. Sell our own* drafts drawn on all principal eitle? of the world. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. O. B. WEST, President. D. 3. JONES, Vlee-Presid?nt. W. B. VEST, Cashier, Citizens and Marine Bank OF NEWPOKT NEWS, VA. CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $15 Of) > PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $15,500. A general banking busine??. Every facility offered for oafe and prompt :ransaction ol business on favorable terma. The accounts of Corporation*, ?irms and Individuals solicited. Special attention given u collection*. Dr&fut irawn on all parts of the world. A SPECIAL SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS OF ? 1ND UPWARD. jgSEfi? DIRF.CTOR.S * . IS. We?t, H. E. Parker, T. M. BiD?on, J. B. J^nnlng*. L. P. Stearn**, E. %. Ivy, D. 0. Jo?e*- A. C. Oarrett, J- *4. SirUn.