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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 February 1898

1 Associated Press Dispatclies. n * ww w w 5 CIRCULATION. Z VOL III, NO. 45. PETE MENZI IN JAIL He is Wanted by Portsmouth Authorities FOR PRIZE FIGHTING He 1? Char;eil With UeliiR.On? of the l'rin_ rlpulK in a Mill That Vksot Pulled OIT Early Tuesday .Morning. Arr**Ht(.d i.;tst Ni^ht. Pete iMainzi Us in jail. He waia aroetslted last nigibt in Rock ??ltts by Fuiarolimiaini N. 1. atiaytnekl and taken, to the oiity prison, where the will be .held t?r flu- Potrtsmwrtih authorities. Miamzi, it is alleg'ed, its t'he pugilist who knocked out Ted Williams, itthe CuattJherw-eight, in a suburban, tiettiemictnit u? Portsmouth, at an early hour Tues? day morning. 'Uaist evening Chief of Police S. J. Harwtxwi received a teiephwinie message ?i?Wi Pomtiamouth to apprehend and told Miainzi until an ofHcor could- come floirihim. iMamzi wta? takv.n. *m<o custody at tbe Warwick theatre, where ihie is employed by ihia faiehcr, wibJo manages jtne play-thouse. Uegairdiiinig abe .mill ytesferd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 February 1898

J int. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE Bails Company, UMtflD. FOSTc/FFICE BUILDING. Entered at the Postoffice of Newport News, Va., as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Pafly, twelve months.*4 00 Daily, six months. 2 00 Pally, one month. 40 Dally, one week . 10 All business, newa letters or tele? graphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS. TELEPHONE CALL.2614 The Dally Press may be obtained every morning at the following places: Crossley Bros.. "Washington avenue. J. A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's, No. 7 Ivy avenue. J. N. Lawrence's, ill Twenty-seventh street. Import? lit to Atlvertlher?. Parties other than those having ledger accounts with this paper, civic societies and military organizations, are required to pay for transient advertisements In advance. An increase of 60 per cent wIU be charged for transient advertise? ments not pold for In ?dvance, and no transient advertisement will be booked for less space tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 February 1898

The people of Hampton and vicin? ity may be thankful. Why? Because they must no longer pay exorbitant prices for articles of wearing apparel. Come direct to "The Famous." We guarantee to sell you the beat grades of GlotHinQ and Furnishlno Goods at thirty per cent, less than other dealers. We have come i to stay,"and to deal with us means a permanent customer. j This Week We shall Offer 1 Men's Durable W orking Suits, at $2.98 I " Men's Strictly All Woo' Suits, at $3.90. j Men's All Wool Clay Worsted Suits, at $5.90 ./ Men's Regular $12.00 Business Suits, at $6.48. Waterproof Mackintoshes, at $2.23. Men's Hosiery, Good Quality, at 6 cents per pair. Kegular 75 cent Underwear, at 35 cents per Garment. 25 cent Neckwear, at 15 cents each. Men's Suspenders, at 11 cents per pair. I Voup Money Back if Purchase is Not 1 Satisfactory. "THE FAMOUS," 32 West Queen St., HAMPTON, - - VIRGINIA _&lJ- Brown. G. B. noarjland, Brown & Hoafiland 5 Law, Collection & R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 February 1898

Cuba to the Front in the Senate SENATOR MORGAN'SVIEWl Alabama Senator Thinks Tannage of ISilll gerency Bwoltttlon WooU He Cause Tor Wur. Moonahlue \\ lilskcj !n the House. (By Telegraph.) WASHlNi'.T' ?N. F I >. 23. Senate had under considerati The' ?SliatJ became gen- ml and' occu? pied n-.uri'y four hours. Mr. A.'i.-n first offered' the Hollowing: Whereas, It is the establish- d doctrine <rf the United States that the westen-n hemisphere shaM be dedicated :?? It publh-an forms of govern-rm tit. recog? nizing the political equality of human1 ibeings; and, \Yher..us, The prineip.!es of tlx Monroe doctrine or the doctrine of nati?nal self preservation, is as appli able in .vre.-t thegrasp of foreign countries, as In pre? venting Ilten? Brom o'btain'ing additions; territory; and. Whereas. The Island of Cuba by rea? son of its locution and oToae proximity to the United States should' 'be dedi? cated to u Republican of government; and. Whereas, A It. publican form o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 February 1898

j,<???M MM?????.? I Associated I VOL III 7/ Mayor W. A. Post Heads the Committee. TO SOLICIT DONATIONS Efforts Will Be Made to Collect Old Cloth lug, Shoes und llatH ror tho liiltitliititntH of the ?Mayor VV. A. Post will ihidad a com tm?ftee 'in this ciity whidh will nave as I'ts object the aillev'iaL'Mn of tlhe wamts of starving Cutens. Last evening Colonel EL T. Armseeiad, of Wilbarnsbuirg, -wois im, the city tend dulled 'to see Mayor Post. ?Oolon-eJ Armstead was ?rece.nitly appointed 'by Governor J. H?ge Tyler itjo organize a freilief* ?commi'ttee in. ithts- section of athe Stare, 'to collect supplies for tlhe suf? fering Cubans. The object of hiiB vie ?*t to Newport (News was to request Mayor I'ost ito itaflce charge of -the work here. .mayor Post assured Colonel Arm s'tead uirat 'he ??uM gladly do whuit he could. lAffer Siratereatfong the ministers of ithe cBity in the cause, !Mt. Powt will ?probably call a. public meeting and Qis oertiai'n what da in .be done. Dis....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 February 1898

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BT THE ?alls $*?*s* <&?mjmms? POSTc-FFICE BUILDING. ?entered at the Pos'tofllce orf Newport News, Va., aa eecond-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Pa Ely, twelve months.OC Dally, six months.2 OC Daily, one month. 4( Daily, one week . U All business, news letters or tele? graphic dispatches should be addressee DAILY PRESS. IELEPHONE CALL. .2514 The Dally Press may be obtained every mornings: at the following places: Croasley Bros., Washington avenue. ' J. A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's, No. 7 Ivy avenue. J. N. Lawrence's, all Twenty-seventh ?street, .. _? j. Important to Advertiser*. Parties other than those having ledger accounts with this paper, civic societies and military organlxaclonn, are required ^o^pay^Jor transient advertisements In 'will be charged for transient advertise? ments not pold for la advance, and no transient advertisement will be bowlted for less space than one ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 February 1898

The Store Bat Sets Me Pace. every dollar's worth of Clothing we sell. This by it self means a saving to you of the middleman's profit at least 25 per cent. Gail at our store and ask tobe shown Our Strictly All Wool Hen's Business Suit At $4.90. Others ask $7.00 for the equal quality. Spill *p Men's black and tan hose at 5 cents \ er pair. InTo more than five pairs to a buyer. THE 32 W. Queen St., HAHPTON. S- J- Brown. G. B. noarjland, I Brown & HoaglaM, Law, Collection & Real Estate, Office opposite Popular avenue, PHOEBUS, \//\., HAVE Loss on Eosy ona LiDeroi Terms from $10.00 to $500. "Hoagland," West Hampton. 250 feet from raUroad track,sunounded by four junction roads floney Loaned lor Building Purposes on the most liberal terms. Plans and specifications furnished prratuituosly. Ad'dress Eock Box 225, Hampton, Va. REMEMBER T.fl.600K6'S is the place to buy your bargains in Dry Goods. Beautiful line of White Checks at - cents a yard. Nothing in Hampton like...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 February 1898

GENERAL ASSEMBLY Session Drawing to !ts Close. ONLY THREE MORE DAYS Still Lots of Valuable Time in Wasted In I'n necessary and Frequent iliiintereitt lug Talk. Yesterday's Work. (Special to the DaiUy Press.) ?RICHMOND, VA.. Feb. 24.?In ac oordamoe wiiuh jus determination yestar ?iay. the House met ait 11 iA. M., today ?to talce up live appropriaJMom bill, but upon oomvemins took up the Senate bill to authorize it'ae oonsolwiailion of the ?Rfiohmontf iainkl Petersburg and Peters? burg railway companies' under the name of t?te Atlantic Coast lines RaiU mraiy Company of Virginia, ?und authwr azimg the consolidated m?ad -to increase its capital stock two mllKon dolliatrs. The enactment of the bill would subject lit to Stalte taxation, from, which rtlhc road has heretofore been exempt, but the pretty fight ?a the measure wies ?preciipitiaiterl by the proposal of an amendmem of Mr. Owen, kjf Chcsteir fteld. maJtiing the road ilJable for raxes In addlithm to State taxes. The patron, mind M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 26 February 1898

I ftssoGlate? 1 Press i I DISPotGtlGS. VOL III, WO. 17. W1LLSHIPM0REC0LE Contract for Transportation of 2,000,000'Tons. BIG COMPANY ORGANIZED To Operate a Fleet ;of Twenty-Six IJargx frti.si ibis |>or(;. Atlantic TranR portiuion Company is Hit- Nimm. The orgtatniistaitiom 'to the past few ospmt'hs of Dlie Atlantic Transportation ?Company, one of -uhe largest concerns of its kind in the Utnited State.--, means that 'the coal output at Newport News, today larger Than any other American port, will be iincreaeed by at lea?t 2,000, 000'tons annually for the next five years. The American Tramsp?rtlaiti'on Com? pany is ?rst-t'n'ized, under t'he laws of t'he State of New Jersey, and a capital stock of $3.000,000 has been paid into its treasury ?for the eonsti m matron of the plains formulated by t'he capitalists back of the enterprise. The idea of the company is to carry ?'t? 'an iimmeniee coal traflic, with New? port News as the centrail shipping point and tihe Chesapeake &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 26 February 1898

C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. | PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE Sails Press ttampamj, POSTi^uTFlCE BUILDING. Entered at the Postofllce of Newport News, Va., as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Pally, twelve months.*4 00 Dally, six months . 2 00 Dally, one month . 40 Dally, one week . 10 All business, news letters or tele? graphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS. 1ELBPHOXE CALL.261* The Daily Press may be obtained every morning at the following places: Crossley Bros.. "Washington avenue. J. A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake <fc Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's, No. 7 Ivy avenue. J. N. Lawrence's, 211 Twenty-seventh street, ... _ Important to Advertisers, Parties other than those having ledger accounts with this paper, civic soeiettes and military organizations, are required to pay for transient advertisements In ' advance. An Increase of 50 per cent will be charged for transient advertise? ments not pold for In tdvanee, and no transient advertis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 26 February 1898

To Remain in Hampton. Circumstances have made it best for me to not leave Hampton, at least for the present, and I have filled my stock ami will continue the Dry Goods business as usual. I think it is f' y proper for me to say over my signature t my recent advertising was done in good h and that I never anticipated remaining here. I mus . confess to great reluctance to leave Hampton, where I have so many friends, but it seemed that I could not do other than go. Matters have shaped themselves, however, so that it seems best for me to continue business here and I shall do so. All my arrangements for leaving had been, I thought, ma'e when I announced my clearing sale, but all my plans were changed unexpectedly and it seems best for meto stay now. I must confess that I am glad that I can remain and 1 trust no o e will be sorry that 1 have decided to so. I merc y make this frank statement that not even a com? petitor should think that the clearing sale was a trade device. It was not that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 26 February 1898

WORK OF CONGRESS A Vicious Attack Upon the | Republican House Leader BY CONGRESSMAN MOODY! An Item lu the Snn.lry Civil liili Provokes I Personalities. The Corbett Case Sell] Iteing Considered In tli? Senate. (By Telegraph.) IWASHIXGTOX. Feb. IT,.?The House ?today resumed consideration of the sundry dvfl bill. Quite a debate devei oped on a motion to strike out the ap? propriation of $133,000 for work to Oak? land, Cal., its opponents alleging that no contract mad yet been mad- for tin ?work, and asserting that a river and harbor bill was to be suppressed, and a favored few given appropriations in the sundry oivil bill. The appropriation re? mained in the bill by a vote of IIS to lfi. Representative .Moody matle a sensa? tional attack upan an appropriation in the sundry civil bill of $360,000, f.. Rockrand. Me., barber, which is in Mr. Dingley's district. He said he was will tag to submit to economic and to hon? est leadership, but for one, he proposed to rebel against tine I-ad.-rs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 27 February 1898

Associated I Press I Dispatches. | Kargest c/roulat/oiv. VOL III, NO. 48. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., SUNDAY, EEBRUARY 27, 1898. PRICE SiNGLE COFY-TWO CENTS one week. TFN ncMTe ESSEX AT OL? POINT School Ship Anchored in Hampton Roads. TERROROFFFORNEWYORK Double tiuitrd living Kept Nicht im D.iy Over Implements of War ut Fnrt Monroe. Other Significant Incidents. The monitor Terror, which has been aHftboteUi a:t Old Point opposite the Hy. gia Hotel, yest- tday afternoon, at 5:::0 o'-cKock, weighed anchoT and sailed for New York, where she will remain until .further orders. The Vizcaya, which was reported du* In H.i'mpton Bads, sailed past th.. Capes yesterday mbcrning on her way to Ha? vana. The double turretted monitor Puritan which is now at .Norfolk, is expected to lake the place of the Terror in Hamp? ton Roads. She is '.ooked! for to arrive to-day or to-m'*rrow. The Puritan is a member of the first class of Uncle Sam's fighting eontin Bency, (having a displacement nearly as great as the w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 27 February 1898

Bails Press C. K. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE S?mig Press Company, POSTt/FFTCE BUILDING. Watered at the Postofflce of Newport News. Va.. as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Pally, twelve months .*.M 00 Oaily. six months.-.2 00 Dally, one month . 40 Oafly. one week . 10 All business, news letters or tele? graphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY FRESS. .TELEPHONE CALL..2514 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Contractors are not allowed to ?zceed their fpaee or advertl-e othei than their ligltimate business, except by paving especially for the same. Ad? vertisements discontinued before the expiration of contract will be charged for at transient rates for the time In? serted. _ _ SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1S9S. AMERICA AND SPAIN'. The relations 'between the States and Spain are drawn to a tension now 'than at any oUhe in ?be history of the 'two count! The situation may be summ ?brielly 'as fbillowi?: Spain, thn ?with interneci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 27 February 1898

To Remain in Hampton, Circumstances have made it best for me to jjjjkb leave Hampton, at least for the present, ?Tnid I have filled my stock and will continue i the Dry Goods business as usual. I think it is on.kMLroPer *or me *? say over my signature thaTnffJ' recent advertising was done in good faith and that I never anticipated remaining here. I mus . confess-,to great reluctance to leave Hampton, where Jrhave so many friends, but it seemed that I could not do other than go. Matters have shaped themselves, "however, so that it seems best for me to continue business here and I shall do so. All my arrangements for leaving had been, I thought, ma 'e when I announced my clearing sale, hut all my plans were changed unexpectedly and it seems best for me to stay now. I must confess that I am glad that I can remain and I trust no oi e will be sorry that I have decided to so. I mere y make this frank statement that not even a com? petitor should think that the clearing sale was a trade de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 27 February 1898

GENERAL ASSEMBLY Senate Passes the Wharton Insurance Measure. THE BLAND BILL SIGNED General Appropriation Hill Considered by tlie House. Samuel T. Hos? Elected Judge of the Aceosna? County Court. _ I (Special to the Daily Press.) RICHMOND. VA.. Feh. 2?.?The Sen? ate to-day surprised itself and everyone 1 else by pas-ing the iW'harton biW. to prt.vhituit lire ins-uranee companies -1 ?ine; buslne(96 S-n Virginia from combining nx, control or maintain fire 'Insurance rates to Virginia, the vote by which the bill was passed being li> tatyes to 35 nays. Thv bill, which originated in the House and passed that body two weeks ago, is named Cor 11s patron. General G. C. Wiharton, member of the House from Montgomery county. The ?bill is ainui] a* the Southeastern Tariff Associative, a powerful organization of insurance men, whi.-h many openly de? nounce as am insurance trust. Mr. Withers, of Danville, was on.- of the ?dhief taidvocates of the bill, and Mr. 13. , 03. Mtmford, (ji Ri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 1 March 1898

^ ?*?#*?***?**#?*******?*?** * Associated I Press I DlsoatcliGS. ? OIKCULATIQIV, VOL III, NO. 49. NEWPORT NEWS, VA.. TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1898. l>I?Tf"I7 SINGLE COPY, TWO CENTS I l\l\^JCL? ONE WEEK. TEN CENTS "LET USJHAVE PEACE" Timely Sermon on the Span? ish-American Situation. VICTORY WITHOUT BLOOD Rev. K. T. Wellford Uutls tlie fours. the Adminl?trnUou. ?mimml Indem nity. Another Shin and the Free? dom of Cuba, lie Suvs. In Ihis morning discourse at the Flret : Presbyterian church 'Sunday Itev E T. Wellford, the pastor, referred to the crisis through which this nation is now passing. Taking his text from ! Acts 25:27?-"For it seems tue unrea .1 able to me to send a prisoner and n... witihal to signify the crime against Wim." :.Mr. iWellford said in part: "These words Introdiu-oe us to the | early ecclesiastical history and present an important cate in Human jurispru? dence. "The record of the cause occupies the latter portion of the Acts. What is unreasonable, the extent ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 1 March 1898

C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BT THE HasiSg $re$$ ?om^ang? POSTUFFICE BUILDINO. *ntered at the Postofflce of Newport News, Va., as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Pally, twelve months..'....W 00 I Dally, sli months .-..2 00 Pally, one month . *0 Datly, one week . 10 | All business, news letters or tele? graphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS. TELEPHONE CALL.261? The Dally Press may be obtained ?very morning at the tallowing places: Crossley Bros.. "Washing-ton avenua. J. A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's, No. 7 Ivy avenue. J. N. Lawrenoe'e, 211 Twenty-seventh srtreet. tmiioruot to AOvertlRer?. Parties other than those having ledger i accounts with this paper, civic societies ?,nd military organizations, are required to pay for transient advertisements in | advance. An Increase of 60 per cent will be charged for transient advertise? ments not paid for 1? advance, and no transient adv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 1 March 1898

. B. MESSENGER, General * GarD?ntsr, -MAXltFACTl'KKK OF I BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, j Frames, Sash, Blinds & Doors, IVIanfels and oiaT-iy Mouldings* Queen Street. HAMPTON, VA. "=? O. Box. 10J. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Kearsarge AND ?will be launched on March 24th, 1S9S. fbut we ItNYJTE YOU a m'onilh previous to the launching /four | Cheap Property AND Goofllnv?M?nts.1 SEE! ! AN-18-ROOM DWELLING, Three stories, just completed, situate1! j on. 2Ulh street, between Warwick: and JefTerson ave3. Whan the> proposed | bridge Is built .across the C. & O. R. 14. tTacks it iwttl conne within 100 feet of | ?this property, thus enhancing its value gxeatiry. Rents for $45.00 a month. Trice ?1700.00 A MODERN DWELLING. situated in thei fashionable portion df the City, ?between West und Washington aves. Rath, hot and cold water, sew? erage, gas, all conveniences. Price $3300.00. TEIRMS TO 'SUIT PU'RC- SICH. BUSINESS LOT. ?A corner lot on Washington avei? on otf the most dvsi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 1 March 1898

WORK OFJOHGRESS Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill^Passed. RAILROADS DENOUNCED! Harry W? Corbett Denied Admission to the Senate an Senslor from Oregon. Alaska Houit?tenU and ituilrund U1U Considered. (By Telegraph.) WASHINGTON, i\iu. B8.?<Tbe House today passed the s amity civil appro jwiation bill after Mir dorys' deoale. Thka moist im-pv-rtunt action today was the elimination of Uue ap.p: . prLation for our representation at tire l'?r.s ex? position' an a point of order. A >ui ?den change of sentiment in the House, ?which is often witnessed wh n m ai bers go-on record, was twice tf.ustrated today. Un FrilUay last, the liou.-e in committee of the whole, Wh)-Te thei^ is no rec-jrijf of the vote, knocked oat u provision) in the bill for an appropria? tion .to pay th?jtie %vb" furnish ttie gov? ernment with information 1 ad.tig to the conviction of the violators of the interna', revenue laws, and today, in committee, an extia month's pay was vti>? to the ...

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