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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 6 August 1899

Fire Adds to the City's Discom* fiture. FEVER SITUATION BRIGHT TowB-tfl T?wn Cnuvasn Along C. & O. to be Alnde at Once. DIuch-Talkcd-of Scrum Proves Worthless In Uraz'l. li 7 ' / ' ? / HAMPTON, August 1800. ' ('Special Correspondence.) One more day lias passed without even the sign 01" a suspicious*, case, in the Home or Phoebus. One week has passed since the fright-inciting epi? demic math' its'appearance at the Home and the ollieial report Tor liiis week, is decidedly en'eouraging. There have been exactly forty-two eases and only eleven deaths, all of whom, it must be remembered, were old men. and men whose constitutions probably wool.I nut have stood the tortures of even a mild? er disease. Hampton people. Phot'lws people, and in fact the major population of this vi? cinity feel greatly encouraged over I ho extremely bright outlook. Dr. While 'lias just finished a house tn house can? vass of Phoebus, ami reports the town in good sanitary condition, without i von ;t suspicious...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 6 August 1899

MARKET REPORTS. r NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. NEW YORK. August. 5.?There was not 'much dc'ing in the Stock Market tto-day. The half holiday on Saturday tlakes 'ajway many active operators on holiday triirs. There was some 'd'is|X>silibn to ad? vance prices in the early dealings on account of the uniformly favorable re? ports of business in all branches con? tained in the weekly reports of com? mercial agencies. Money is in such large demand that the available sup? ply for siw-eulative uses is greatly cur? tailed. The bank statement when it appeared was again weak beyond all expectation. With force'd liquidation in ?progress 'at some points in Europe and with a 'possible demand for 'money to move the crops the statement brought selling demand for money to move Sellin? of stocks and a general sharp decline, nie'activity in the bond mar? ket during the week has been the great? est in the speculative issues, which have advanced. Changes generally have 'been small. Total stilles Of stocks ...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 6 August 1899

TO BOTTLE SUNSHINE Solar Rays to Be Kept on Tap for Lighting and Heating. Tbc Remarkable Invention of a AVnshlncton Sinn Wbicb, If Per? fected, Will Revolutionize " tlic Art of War. A machine for utilizing the light of the sun for reheating and lighting this earth during the cold night has been invented by a resident of Washington, William Culver, whose claims are that the machines will do away with, the use of ail present illuiuinants or the ne? cessity of heating by artificial means. Sir. Calver's machine utilizes the beat find light of the sun in such a way that the portion of the solar rays which is poured down on a given space during cloudless weather may be stored up for the future and taken advantage of on dark or cold days. lie declares that he can turn out power in such quantities that machinery, which must now be run with steam generated by a fire, can be used by the adoption of this stored beat, which will accomplish every purpose to which the lire under a boiler is now p...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 6 August 1899

When You Ride Yonr Wheel Always shake into your shoes Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet. It keeps your feet cool, prevents sweat? ing feet, and makes your endurance ten? fold greater. Over one million wheel people are using Allen's Foot-Ease. They all praise it. It gives rest and comfort to smarting, hot. swollen, ach? ing, feet, and is a certain cure for in? growing nails. At all druggists and shoe stores, 25c. Sample free. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. EX-MAYOR STRONG'S VI E S. Say* McKluIey and Hobart Win Again Hrad the Ticket. (By Telegraph.) SAX FRANCISCO, Aug. f.?Ex flavor lW. S. Strong, of New York, ?arrived today en route to San Francis? co to meet his son, who is coming from Manila on the transport Warren. Mr. Strong predicts that the Re? publican national ticket next year will be iMbKinley and Hobart. Discussing Governor Roosevelt he said: "Roosevelt is a very strong man in New York State, but in order to go before tin- people of 'tin; whole country, we th...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 8 August 1899

Associated * Press Dispatches. VOL. IV. 186 "I 55 Dreyfus, Pale But Determined, Thus Answers His Accusers. FIRT/T DAY OF SECOND TRIAL Vi lnoncr nf Devil's Inland In Subjected tu a Rigid KMimlnutton by Iii? .1 ml Res. Ottlcer SlietlR Tears While Giving His Testimony. ( By Teleprrnph.) RENNES. Aue. 7?'Pin- second e< lirt maii*tial of Captain Dreyfus began here ?todiay with :is theatrical a setting and wi'th as much military pomp us cotilu 'be well desired by a nation pre-emin? ent in S'lagefraft and dramatic ef? fect. ("entiary to general expectation, the day was void of riotous incidents. Net. a single attempt at violence marked the anxious liouis in or out of court. The well ? ? i 1. il machinery of tiie mUitary party moved smoothly, precluding any attempt at a factional outbreak, but tile band of repression was iron sinew? ed though gloved in velvet. The at? titude of the court was ominous toward tin- prisoner, hut Dreyfus nw I the deadly, settled ?atred of the nv.'l'itbn collea...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 8 August 1899

STILL IMPROVING The General Situation is Much Less Strained. REFUGEES ARE RETURNING Hundreds Are Coming Itnck on Kverj Train. Meeting of the Hoard of Health V'esterdsy. Frogrt?s Made in Municipal Scouting. JUy - The Hoard of Health met last right with nil of its members present, also the Mayor, Inspector Harris, the chief vjf police, nr.'.l Mr. Orr and Dr. Creasy, it! the Business Men's Association . Tie meeting was not an especially im? portant, one, being the second one held during the day. Mr. Harris reported what he had lion" in the way >d' clearing up and te iportod several large nuisances uusel by stagnant water. lie was instructed to notify the owner.- of the property en which the water stood to abate the nuisanc es. "Mr. Harris was also instructed to no? tify sen.ther prop, rty owners to :i1;ate nuisances caused by running '.ca? ter into street gutters. The board passed an cider making Friday payday. All bill- for guaid du? ty made in connection with the hired guards will...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 8 August 1899

THE PUBLIC SPIRIT Of the Citizens Well and Strik? ingly Shown in the Volunteer. THOSE WHO CAN NOT SERVE Are Sending In t'onl rlbutions for the Ein ploymcnt of Substitutes. Caused a Scramble. An InciJcut of an Inspection Tour Sunday. JR. G. Biekford Directing Quarantine Guard. City. Dear Sir:?It has come to our Infor? mation that there has been some flight criticisms, on the 'part of several, who have not had the opportunity of appre? ciating its necessity, as to the number of horses used to maintain the quaran? tine line; and in order to set the matter ?at rest, we desire to state that we have inspected the line carefully and tiad that the number is absolutely intl3 epensible to its successful management; and you are, further, authorized to use horses without stint, as in you opinion they may be required to properly main? tain the line. Done by order of the Board of Health. 'S AM I MOL. YV. HOBSON. Acting President Board of Health. The patriotism and public spirit of the citizens of...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 8 August 1899

ATI IVO C. E. TU ACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE Daily Press Company POSTOPFICE BUILDING. COI'Y FOB CHANGES OF CON TRACT ADS MUST RE IX BY G i'. M. TO INSURE APPEARANCE IN NEXT ISSUE < ?F THE PAPER. Entered at the Newport News, Va., Postofllce as second-claso matter. TUESDAY, AUGUST \ 18!?:?. GENERA I. OTIS. While General Otis was liusily engag , 1 in running Iiis blue pc::cil thrtuigh the nn'oiisive dispatches ijf lite .Manila Correspondents the Filipinos have again eluded this com.ider who seems to have an id'a that he can I till It the American i.pie into believing thai he is a great general by keeping theni ignorant of everyihlng that transpires ?which is mil entirely to the credit of litis and his administration of affairs. Unfortunately, for Otis, Ibis plan of stilling the truth cannot last indefinite? ly. "Truth crushed to carvh will rise again," and the longer the inevitable day of reckoning is pi siponed the wbr.se it is for tile ...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 8 August 1899

HAMP. PASSING OF ?. JACK One New Case, no Deaths the Day's Record. SCOUR?E'SBACK?ONE BROKtN VetiTHiis urn Huuscil lu Tents Willie Iinr. mem nre Underjjolni; Fumigation. Vort Monroe n Wilderness. Lat? est from fnffcteil District. 3 f - There was one new case of yellow fever at the National Soldiers' Home yesterday. There wen- no deaths. This is the ollieial report. The case found yesterday is the first reported sine ia*t Thursday night. There is now no doubt thru (be back? bone of the yellow fov r - pidemk: is broken and in two weelts it is probable that the scourge will 'be a thing of the pas;. Tin- quarantines, however, will he raised before that time, as the sit? uation is improving so rapidly thai it will be unnecessary to block business and traffic after the next few days. A house to house canvass of Phoebus by Surgeon White and ids assistants developed no new case under suspi? cion. Hie barber Spraggin- now being almost well enough to leave his house. It is understood that a ho...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 8 August 1899

Newport News, Va , August 8,1899. To Ouit Customers, Ci.iexts axd Fellow-Citizens : "It is an ill wind that blows nobody good j" conse? quently, if you want to catch the good of this Yellow Jack scare, set your saPs for the; office of MULFOKD & REYNOLDS, Nos. 135 and 137 25th street, and you will catch some rare "snaps" in realty. Yellow Jack does not catch bargains, but bargains are caught by the effects of Yellow -lack, and we have lot^ of the eil'ects but none of the Yellow Jack in this city. "We take this opportunity to welcome the crowds that are returning to our city and will take pleasure in giving them the '"glad hand:' and some of the good opportunities grasped by their unwarranted scare and flight Call at once, as the first gets the best. This is your opportunity. Yours to serve, MULFOKD & REYNOLDS. Offices, Nos. 135 and 137 25th street, Newport News. Va. Both phone?, No. 91. Coim.vesi'om.dknck Solicited. WANTS. \\'A NT Ml > A Vi'KNG MAN WITH $SQO cash, as rlei ...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 9 August 1899

Associated Press Dispatches. VOL. IV. 187 Judges Discuss the Dossier at a Secret Sitting. PRISONER IS A SICK MAN Wonderful Will Power Alone Gives l>ri-y , fus Strength to Stand the Ordeal, riiyslcalty He Is Very Weak. Pub 11c Interest in Case Grows. (By Telegraph.) RE-NINES, Aug. S?The police arrange, mentsin the vicinity of the 'Lycee this morning were precisely the same as those of yesterday, 'but not more than a 'hundred persons had gathered at the early hour (6:30 o'clock) fixed for the opening of the day's proceedings in the trial of Captain Dreyfus. The -prisoner was conducted to the Lycee at 6:15 and exactly the same precautions were observed as on yester? day. The secret sitting lasted until 11:45 when the court "adjourned un'til tomor? row -morning. The correspondent of the Associated Press learns that the courtmartial was able this morning lo consider only part of the secret dossier. The docu? ments were submitted to the judges in the order in which they were classifi? ...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 9 August 1899

Received by Board of Health from Chief Bickford. STATEMENT OF EXPENSES The Men to 'Whom Utlungs tlie Credit for maintaining the Rigid Citizen?' Shot gun Quarantine. Permlakion Granted C.& U.to Take Supplies lo Eatnpton. The Boai'd of Health last night re? ceived from Mr. Robert G. liitfkforcr. Din clor of the Quarantine Line, an interesting report, giving a detailed, statement 'if the expenses in? curred by Iiis dcbartmeut and also a list of the men tu whom belongs the credit for 'maintaining the strict shotgun quarantine. Aceonvpanyins Mr. Bick ford's' report was a pay roll .showing the amount due each man who served the city as a pay guard. 'Phi' hoard met at s o'clock in the mayor's otlice, 'Dr. Holbson presiding. Permission was granted the Oilcsapeake & Ohio railroad to send a train through the lines with provision's for Hampton. A pass was issued the bridge contractor to bring into the city two carloads of pries frm Ree Hall. These piles are for the bridge foundations a...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 9 August 1899

TBE STATE CAPITAL May Get the Trade of the New* port News Merchants. A SIGNIFICANT PETITION Merchants Ask the Chesapeake and Ohl? to Oraut Certain. Concessions Froiuln log, la Wliicb Eveut.to Throw All of Their Trade to Richmond. 5f - Norfolk has sown. She is now ahouM. to reap. That city across the Roads gtave t'he merchants of t'lvte city what is consider? ed: a raw deal... 'and Che merchants of this city (propose, it possible, to give Richmondi another sort of deal if Richmond will meet Newport News half way and the Chesapeake & Ohio w'WI do its i>ajJt. T'he -situation has been dtscussed ?lfc great 'tenlgt'h- among tihe 'business men and. in the papers. Now the business' men 'h'ave (begun to act. ij Mr.. ill. Joo yesterday - afittrnoon ! circulated a petition among the mer-l chants of this city who hu've been in. tlie ha'bit of buying their goods in' N'orWlk M)r. Joo was out with thell petition but a short time and he secur- | ed the names of practically all Of these merch...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 9 August 1899

* & IN P?1LY I C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE Dally Press Company POSTOFFICE BUILDING. COPY FOR CHANGES OF CON? TRACT ADS MUST BE IN liY G P. M. TO INSURE APPEARANCE IN NEXT ISSUE OF THE PAPER. Entered at the Newport News, Va., Postofflce as second-class matter. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, 0. 1SH0. THE NORFOLK QUARANTINE. Our esteemed contemporary, the Nor? folk Public Ledger, seems to be und. r tile impression that I lie Newport N. us Board of Health inaugurated qtiaran linc restrictions against the city across the Roads on the evidence of Mr. Wil? son, which, as reported in the news? papers, was erroneous. We feel safe in asserting that Mr. Wilson's statement had practically nothing to do with the action of the local health authorities, or, at least, had only a small auxiliary influence in the matter. In fact the determination to quarantine1 against Norfolk was practically reached before the board was aware that Mr. Wilson had removed h...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 9 August 1899

No Fears of Further Spread of DreadedFever. YELLOW JACK ON THE RUN Health OlHclalH no Lhust Apprclirnslvo. Bcourn? I? F??t PjlDg Out ami fjuaran tluo Will Soon Ho ltutitcd. Hampton's Vine Health Showing, There has been no change in the yel? low fever situation since yesterday af? ternoon ati'd the officials of the Soldiers' Home are hopeful that no more cases ?will be fpund. There has been rumors about new cases being found in York county and in Norfolk, but it is stated on authority that thev were 'Without foundation. Surgeon J. H. White, of the Marine Hospital Service, who is in charge of the outside quarantine, had a house to house canvass of Hampton made yes? terday. If the Hampton authorities accepts the proposition or the local health board to send ei.iwn u company of trained guards under some of the oflicers who have been doing effective work on the quarantine line, it is probable that about fifty or sixty men will be sent from Newport News. E'NCOTJ'RAGING P.EPUBTS. At midnig...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 9 August 1899

CITY NEWS IN EKIKF. ft is probable that a train -will be run through from Hampton to-night in or? der to accommodate those persons who may desire to pro beyond Richmond. Charles Clarke, a negt'o. who has been held in jail for several weeks on suspi? cion of being implicated in a larceny eas-. was released this morning, J. W. Rolinson going on his bond for S2'J0. Tiie negro promised to leave the city. Miss Virgie Soulhall is the guest of Mrs. Theodore Lacy in Ualtim'ore. 'Messrs. Gayle Anderson. Frank Da? mon and JE. Dukehart are visiting in more. Messrs. S-pencer Henley. Oscar Lane aiftl William Tophuni are visiting in Williamsburg. Mrs. James Walters, of Richmond, who has been visiting relatives in the city, lias returned home. Mr. George A. Schmelz has signified Iiis intention of giving ?r, |,> the quaran? tine fund and il any more is needed he will gladly assist further. Mrs. Krank Marshall and daughter. Miss Ellen, have returned from Phil? adelphia, whore t'hey have I.n the g...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 10 August 1899

I Associated I > Press f I Dispatches, f VOL. IV. 188 SLEW 150 FILIPINOS Details of the Fighting Around San Fernando. AMERICAN LOSS LESS THAN 40 McArthur, With 4,000 Men, Attacked tin: IiiHiir?ent. Army, n.nno Strong Early In Kloriilug. A navies Noiv tlie Northern Base of Oprratlttnu. (Bv Telegraph.) MANILA. Aug. It.?7:50 l\ M.?Details of General MacArrtiur'.s advance be? yond San r.'inii'nlii shew that the Americans <-uvot ed live miles in the lirslt live hours and an 2 o'clock ijiad advan - ed six miles alone' the railway. ?Iretch? ing on i ach side iJf it Ter tw o miles and resting at night three miles from An geles. which will he made the northern base e.f i iterations, in.-1;.-ad of San Fer? na n'i In. where a garrison of <->00 men has 1.ii left. The casualties are between thirty and forty. The Filipinos were surprised, exporting the American forces to move against 'Pico. They fol? lowed their usual t o nes of holding their trenches until they became too warm and th...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 10 August 1899

Description of a Sample Tour of Inspection. UNPRECEDENTED EFFICIENCY Hvsn Way* to Convince Toutucir That tie Quarantine ig KITectIve?Try to Holt Through or Hide Around the Cor? don ami See for Yourself. For many y< ars the gateways of Newport Nous have 'been Hung wide open'thai whosoever would might come in ami grow with the e.:y. Tonight every entrance is closed and Itone may s"t foot within the c.ty limits, save by the permission and nuthoriti of The pow.-rs that be. It has been so sine- that meimrable IWednesday morning a week ago when (? bona fide quarantine was established and around the city was drawn a cor? don so tielu that men who have groivn ?M in tlie business ,,f lighting yc'low Sever stand back in amazement, pronouncing it a quarantine of un? precedented effecieney. Even old army "Ulcers, accusto.1 to being hedged in with glory and 'bayonets. are struck with a'dmiration and "say the service furnishes nothing better. In various pans of the City will bo found individua...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 10 August 1899

Discussion of the Diseases Inci? dent to Poverty. WHAT SCIENCE TEACHES Interesting nml Valuable Paper by Sani? tary Engineer O, T. Beaumont. Some of the Latrs of Disease and Some of the Theuiies. 3>? * - MY. O. T. Beaumont. the well-known sanitary engineer, has written for the Daily Press a very valuable and Inter? esting 'paper on the relation of disease to poverty. The arci'ele is very appro pos tit this time when the city is look? ing to its proper sanitation, and eon tains many valuable suggestions ami hint's. DISEASES INCIDENT TO POVERTY. Hawthorne regretted that we should divide men into 'two classes and re? fer to 'them as ""those who have money and those who have net." He said we might as well classify men as those who have gout and those who have not. be? cause the gout is sott of a bond of union among the rich. When we are told '.hat a man has the dyspepsia we don't need to be told that he is a high liver. So. perhaps, neuralgia might be looked up? on as a fashionable d...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 10 August 1899

C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE Dally Press Company POSTOFFICE BUILDING. COPY F"Or: CILVNGES OP CON TRACT ACS M 1 'ST 1510 IN MY f, I'. M . TO INSU It IS A PPISA IIA NCIS I N N IS X T ISSUE i if* Til I: PAPER. Entered at the Newport News, Va., rostofTice as second-class matter. 'PI HMiiSI > A V. A I 'i 11 "ST P AN UN W PS IS MOV ISM ISN'T. These wild have' tili*? Post interest. of the city at heart, cannot hut erogivi lie- nVovehienU looking to Hie reiuslao ment of Hr. John R. M.'taghy as Health Otlieer "f N. u.porl News. Even if he were a 'jieerh ss paragon of virtu.! ;.uVd ability, it min t be obvious to it-he minds of all but the most obtuse ihnt he liaN outlived Iiis usefulness as an ollioer of this municipality. Whatever Dr. Hagby and his im me? diale friends may think regarding the unfortunate affair which terminated in the retirement of the former, the:-- ran be no doubt ??!' the opinion held by u large majority of the citiz...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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