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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 12 April 1898

LARGEST I CIRCULATION. % VOL III, NO. 83. NEWPORT NEWS, VA.. TUESDAY; APRIL .12. 1898 ppmu sir IT THE CA! Mayor W. A. Post Opens the Elks' Bazaar. HALL A SCENE OF GAIETY Even Jupiter PIuvIuh Could Mot Ki'rp tin People Away Last Night. Ki-ery thiug fromMtutc Uoiru to :t Forluue Wlieel. The Elk's tfuir. Th<? doors of Ulli? ICStBlno 'were thrown open to the public last uiisrhi ot 8 o'clock Mayor W. A. Post dellivered a short address, after iwhiclh t*e orchestra struck uip a lively ulr. and th,u uhe hazaair, given und.er the lauspioes of -\ewpont INeiws Dodge. Nu. 315, ' B P O'Eti'ks. for the benefit of the ehoritiy fund, 'was 'inutugu rated to run etigh't Wlghte. 'Inside the scene rwas one <o>f gayety. There ?wats a bhreaiig of humanity Biurig knig 'from plaice to placv. iPixxn uhe gail ?ery tresotwidwl sweet stra?iis of arousfe, whiMe 'from a corner ou'me 'Uhe chatter oif 'One "'faklre" urging iby-sitcun'ders ui tiry their tuck on tlhe fortune ij*?!, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 12 April 1898

?*JBo3ilor and (Manager. g?l7ERY MORNING MONDAY. :.THE flSomp.-imj. BUILDING. lifa, lettera or tel?> hhould be nddreascd DAILY PH ESS. .2f.H 'furnished on appll Jfis are not allowed to advertl-e olht-t ate business, except j? for the same. Ad jrh'tinueJ before the fict will he charged Uea for ttie Lima In rj^o Advertlaer*. . those having ledger t Pane. civic socli ties teatlons. are required hi advertls. >ments in feass of uO per cent ^'transient advcrtlse vin advance, and m> hent will lie u. feed Jj,one inch. To illus p'is 25 cer.la. one Inch ie, when paid In nd -jif?l be 70 cents if Iht advertisers will lembcrlng thin notice. Ill coses. Irrespective ftbtllty. may be obtained fe following places: Mshlngton avenue. jfp Restaurant. No. 7 Ivy avenue. BIU Twenty-seventh tofllce of NewD'" pond-class mattet s3io\r ia title E"SSAOE. yp?rusa.i Mpa fail ihing of ?f of th. Ihe (locum ? ?i? nun iho paj.e- . led-to l>o Vrand Ith tut... [?meifliing ? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 12 April 1898

NTSWPORT iNEWS AI?. www t s 'rmwww Our Grand Millinsry Opening Was a Magnificent Success and we are overrun by eager customers and are hardly able to fill our orders, but as time and tide wait for no man, we have made additions to our force and are prepared to meet all demands. Easter Sunday Will Soon Be Here. Our Display of Easter Hats will be greater and finer than ever, while OUR PRICES CAN? NOT BE RIVALLED. Gome & Seefor Yourself 2610 2610 Washington Avc. Every Vemon Tooth Brush g we sail is guaranteed. 5 Wear* agents far Nunna'lly's Candits. We sell "'Chico'" Cigars. Our Hue of stationary is the nictst in town. We make tile best IT.vt Choc? olate that can be made. Our sirsviatl work Is filling prescriptions?We do it right. iitoui, ? Op. Johnson's Opera House ^ ?sxx reasixvta .va v m ox,i k v i i You Don't Buy & stove every month, so that when you do buy you want to look around a little amd see wihere you can get the greatest satisfaction Cor your money. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 12 April 1898

[Negro ESCAPE U^Snrromici UlC If trobber. foS/morniin: 3gp] Aus Hntt pop '.Sccoml StJy kit?vl Hey men. ^fS>f JFWhh KSjegrocs. fThey aub ?SoViwl wltii ?Mouse. . fill stivt 'one Oi liw ^pullcvl ,nit "the <v:fi he officer r ana the tauurtiiK I?? ho ?an. "\ gotten on t,- sa-.v tin. '? '.he rntr.ri BtfcSs t. ; In TSnnned Wie ?n?kle of n Suh'o man's ttiil Idle JK TCSmwl ra u; Pentes, xhfcti tattrQ.-t.il scene, Binl StiCllP:-A'.:-.llr.. y gave him PTilCW,; W?To vrtn> cont H^TShe Long, gariotite, x. Avete In vhe l/g. { Colonel Jj liwo ?ons ik <Iays,4.\va* j* drunk anil ?*gv?L ninety i hod to l>i ijr<the ipolt'-e for threat, n }^toiiUftS Uh? &&& $ .vps milled l?rts of the '?u^nfn'en" Continued From Fi?I Page.) prudent for this government to recog? nize m the present time the Independ? ence of tlie no-Called Cuban republic. Such recognition Ik not necessary in order i<> ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 April 1898

AS. 4k, AAAA LARGEST CIRCULATION. VOL III, NO. 86. BOTH CONTRACTS LET For Erecting and Heating the Central Building TO NEWPORT NEWS FIRMS Board of School Trustees Holds a llusy Ses? sion. Contract to be a "Turn-Key" ?Job at a Cost of The Board of 'School Trustees held a 'busy session last ntight. and it was 11:30 o'clock when t,he motion to ad? journ prevoked. The members present were 'Urs. W. *F. Cooper and Carter Perkins. Messrs. J. J. O'Donneai, K. I. 'Ford. E. S. Ro>biitson and John S Jone-; It was the night tixed for opening the sealed propo-uls for furnishing the ma? terial awl erecfingr the- cenbral .school building. und for putting hi the heating app.ua.tu.--. Contraotars were interest? ed, especially those who had submitted bids, and many of them iwere in attend? ance Both of the contracts were awarded to 'Newport News firms, atluhough tihere was considerable out-u'f-wwn compe? tition. The 'bid of $ll?.S4."i submitted by Peddicord &. Co., tor erecting...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 April 1898

?fsc UrtUy press. C EL THA.CKBR, Edit or and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE Stailg Press Corn patty* POSTl/FEICE BUILDING. SUBSC RIPTIONS. DaHy, twelve months .94 Daily, six months .2 Pally, one month . wtetly, one week . 1 All business, news letters or tele graphic dispatches should be addressed i DALLY PRESS. TELEPHONE CALL.1614 I Important to AUverttftern. Parties other than those having ledger j accounts with this paper, civic societies o-nd military organizations, are required to pay for transient advertisement* in advance. An increase of 50 per cent ?Brill be charged for transient advertise? ments not paid for In advance, and no | transient advertisement will be booked "g"r '?3B apace than one Inch. To lllua \jate: one half inch is 25 cents, one inch it cents for one time, when paid In ad? vance; but ther will be 75 cents if charged. Transient advertisers will ?ave money by remembering this notice. I Which applies in all cases. Irrespective | ?f financi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 April 1898

* 5* :tS^-. *^ON ADVERTISEMENTS. T of the latent Spanish- | Americau News. he New York Journal, he New York World, he Evening Telegram. With Your Daily Evening Mail ? ? * W. W. WARREN. News Dealer, Opposite the Postofllce. Yoo Don't Buy a. stove every month, so that when you do buy you want to look around a little and see where you can get the greatest satisfaction for your money. We have a great line of stoves here, and we can suit any pc-ckefbook with our prices. Geo. M. Richter, No. 9 Quer-u street. Hampton. Vi NEWPORT NEWS ADS. We Want Time. Our Grand Millinery Opening Was a Magnificent Success and we are overrun hy eager customers and are hardly ahle to fill our orders, hut as time and tide wait for no man, we have made additions to our force and are prepared to meet all demands. Easter Sunday Will Soon Be Here. Our Display of Easter Hats / MR11NERY will he greater and finer than ever, while OUR PRIGE.S CAN? NOT BE RIVALLED. Gome &Seefor Yourself 2610 Washington Ave...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 April 1898

SPAIN STANDS FIRM The Cortes to Convene Next Week QUEEN SiGNSTHE DECREE Spanish Mlritst.-r tu Be Keeatleil a* Soon ?8 President McKinley !>igiiH the Resolution? Ueclarlrijj for lu tcrvenlion in C?n>;?. (By Telegi-aiph.) MADRID. April 11. -Tiiu newspapers here regard war as inevitable. Titv lust dispatches Crone Washington have cre? ated profound excitement throughout Spain. The Spaniards protest against the "odious imputation," setting forth that Spanish uflivers were responsible for the loss o? the .Maine. It is assert? ed here that proof can be furnished to show that no torpedoes have ever been laid in Havana harbor. The official gazette tomorrow will publish a decree organizing a national subscription to increase the strength of the Spanish fleet. The correspondent of the Associated Press here has had a long interview ?with Senor Sil vela, the conservative leader. As a man who has held pow? er, and who may before long he in of? fice again, Srnor Sil vela's v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 April 1898

^VQL fl^ffQ. 87. ^ j " " " NEWPORT NEWS, VA? SATURDAY, APRIL^S.^ If tflying.. Spu?dron Returns K - from a Trip to Sea. ^HIPSWENT OUT TO DRILL immodore Sehlty Plea-ted With Hull, Colnrahla and Mi?ue?poli Here for Coal. TEI Kl'tf Arrli from New York. t-j The -tlyinirr squadrVon-. wihiiclh smiled S from Old Point' Wednesday afternoon Wilder sealed orders. returneHl to Hamp ATou iKoad? yesterday afternoon and SjUhOrctly ?Pter 6 0'cQook 'last evemnig the ?Jhrufeens Cohmfbia and Mimneapo'lis S^teanned iwto this iharbor. Tthe Minne |eiln)lis dropped anchor near Where the l^&Vyanuilce was sunk and' t'he Colurmibia f?ft--'t 'her anchor oft t'he Ohesttpea'k^ ft /Ohle depot. Th'is.iis the jroaling station \$i the Hying sq-iiaWirfh and these ships ?ftere ordered .her?. 'fci replenish -t.he.ir ^tfuwkers. The feualgwlH he sent .out to ?'iihe warsihip- a( daybceak thi.-eimoruing, \<Ls tthey have tjeent opened to join the SjHeet as S009 OB ?'possible. XT was rv f ]f?orte&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 April 1898

C E. THACEBR, Editor and Manager. FUBLJSHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE POST^FFICE BUILDING. SUBSCP-IPTIONS. Pally, twelve months .M Oaily, eix months.i it Dally, one month . weily, one week . 1 All business, news letters or tele graphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS. TELEPHONE CALL.2614 Important to Advertisers. 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 50 per cent ?will be charged for transient advertbse snente not paid for In advance, and no transient advertisement will be booked for lese space than one Inch. To tllus 'Tjate: one halt Inch Is 25 cents, one Inch ? cents for one time, when paid In ad? vance; but ther win be 75 cents If charged. Transient advertisers will ?save money by remembering this notice. Which applies In ail cases, Irrespective ?f financial responsibility. The Dally Press may be obtained every morn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 April 1898

HAMPTON ADVERTISEMENTS. of the latest Spanislt Amerieau News. The New York Journal, he New York World, ? he Evening Telegram. With Your Daily Evening Mail W. W. WARREN, News Dealer, Opposite the Postolllce. NEWPORT NEWS ADS. We Want Time. Our Brand Millinery Opening Was a Magnificent Success aud we are overrun by eager customers and are hardly able to fill our orders, but as time and tide wait for no man, we have made additions to our force and are prepared to meet all demands. Easter Sunday Will Soon Be Here. Oar Display of Easter Hats / MILLINERY will be greater and finer than ever, while OUR FRIGES CAN? NOT BE RIVALLED. Come &Seef or Yourself 2610 Washington Ave S Eat Ptt MACKEY'S . . . . . RESTAURANT. Meals at all hours." First-claes Din? ner, 25c. From 12 to 2 P. M. The ">est that the market affords in every re? spect. Game in season. Suppers fur? nished to parties on short notice. Cor. Washington Avenue and 24th St. UP-STAIRS. GEORGE LOHSi:. mar. 1 Every...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 April 1898

?Tf|flpl? ? Belief That War Is Inevitable * . Confirmed. ^ DON CARLOS' MANIFESTO I tteraiicCT of tioDi ni! I.ee Keg;ar<linc th? MftJne Violently UcnouneetS. Wcf ler makeH Another Disclaimer. Qneco RfKCiifs Statement. (By Telegraph.) ???? MADRID. April IS:?(Via Bayom-ne. -i IFrance.)?The action taken by the .it Spanish wrbin.t toUoy has confirmed .-? -file general' belief which has been pre v? alent here since yesterday, that iwar is now inevitable. The warlike tone of rhe official note issued by uhe Span- ' Ju ish government finds' general- approval here and creates much excitement. j* It fe -learned on unquestionable au? thority that tihe Queen Regent reuen t -,t -ly. made the ifoHowjntg statement: r'I prefer even the horror.* of war, rather -than tarnish on the prestige of r the army or an impairment of the rights, of the crown." igm Another -'factor, ti n dou bted! v, is" Don /I taartos1' main !?<?>(.> <it yesterday, of which...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 April 1898

VOL III, NO. 88. NEWPORT NEWS, VA.. SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1898. " nssoGiaiqd Press Dispatches. I PRICE SX^S?**!?9.CEN ROIIGJE WORK Double Force of Men Em? ployed on the Ships. NO REST ON THE SABBATH Cruls rs Finish Ccallug and the Mimic oIIh RetuniK to Old Pulut. The Kol? Local Militiamen Mny Vlliy In the War. That there will be momentous times in Newport News in event of. war with Spain cannot be doubted?not that the roar of Spanish cannon will cause buildings to tremble, nor that the clat? ter of Spanish infantry will be heard mvnding the streets, as It Is hardly possible that the Caslilliuns will ever get within hailing distance of Ibis port; out the drop or the trip-hammer and the rattle of the hand-tool, making and repairing ships of war to meet and vanquish the enemy on the high seas, will make grim music for the cars of the residents of this city. Even the preparations for a probable conflict are causing the shipbuilding populace to exert themselves to their utmost endeavors day ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 April 1898

C. E. THA0EER, Editor and Manager. Publish eh every morning except monday. * \ BY THE ?.wins POSToFFlCE BUILDING. SUBSCRIPTIONS. PaHy, twelve months .W Dally, six months.* . Pally, one month . '? 71?ny, one week .,* All business, sews letters or tele graphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY r JK HjSS. rELKPHONE CALL .*H Important to Advertisers. Parties other than those having leJgei accounts with this paper, civic socieilei and military organization*, are require* to pay tor franslent advertisements li advance. A.n increase of BO per ceni Trill b? charged for transient advertise? ments not paid for in advance, and nc transient advertisement will be boukec for lees space than one inch. To lllus S?te: one half Inch is 25 cents, one Incl B cents for one time, when paid In ad vance; but ther will be 75 cents 1 charged. Transient advertisers wil save money by remembering this notice Which applies In- all oases. Irrespective ?f financial responsibility. The Dally Press may be obialne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 April 1898

always looks for the estab? lishment offering choice, stylish goods at reasonable prices. That is the kind of a man we're looking for, and he wi 1 do well to bring his boy along, for we are showing a Line of Spring Clothing and Furnishings for men and boys that sur? passes anything in this vi? cinity. Prices are remarkably rea? sonable and we guarantee a big saving on each and every purchase. Special for This Week. r We have five hundred China silk ties at 17 cents, real value and sold every? where else at 50 cents. All along our line will be found the choicest vintages of this country's workshops, and at prices that are too in? viting to resist. XHE Queen Street, Hampton, ~V"a. 'Look for the red front I Kitchen Conveniences. In this store there are half a hundred little things that would make your housework easier. Their cost is infinitesimal. We can't mention them all. Best way to come and see. Have you seen the "Ohio" Freezer.? Well, don't buy until you do see it. You'll take no ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 April 1898

British Ship Detained at Lambert' Point. WHY THE VESSEL IS HELD She VT?k Loading Coal for St. Vine Verde Islands, at ?Vliloli T Spain's Crack Cramer* a Sow Lying. CBy Telegraph.) NOKFOLK. VA.. April it!.?The Brit 4sh steamer Haimpstead, Captain Bland, ?was stopped fiwi loading coat Friday at Lambert's Point, iwhen it was found tJhat she was loading for St. Vincent, Cape Verde Islands, at uiiinh port two of Spain's crack cruisers are now ly? ing, and that the Hying squadron under Commodore SchJey ivas being delayed Sn its coal ins until this cargo of 3.0U? tons wae completed. Evidently hasty 'Wires worked between Norfolk, LNVw ork and Washington, for after a short time the loading was resumed, and ilie full cargo fintatiod?but the steamer did not go. Orders putting her at in? definite stay were received and today Captin Bland took his* clearance papens to the custom house here and delivered them tip. The naval Inspection tooaid paid a vis? it to che Hamstead, tlhoroughly inspect? ed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 20 April 1898

VOL III, NO. 90. HEW STREET RAILWAY Council Grants a Franchise for Another Line. MEETS WITH OPPOSITION r. K. (j. CSicktoril and inherit Urgo That tile Company II? Itepulr.nl to I.ny Jut TraekKon l.:..,.yoUe Avenue. Other lluaiiivDH TraiiKiteteil. Newport News will have another Btreel railway. At L..e regular meeting of I lie com? mon council Held lust mailt Lue ordi? nance gra.in.ing a franchise to tile New? port ixjua, Hampton 6c end Point Hall? way and Kleclrie Company was passed, 'rue session was probably the longest ever held by the euy's legislative body, it eonveiieu at S o cioek and did not au journ till long after midnight. Every member was present and kept his seat till the motion to adjourn prevailed. It was known ihat the ordinance Brain? ing the franchise would come up for passage last night and consequently mere was a large crowd present. There was some opposition to grant? ing the franchise to the railway com? pany, but when it came up lor final passage there was not a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 20 April 1898

c e. TRACKER, Editor and (Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. v BY THE POSToFFICE BTJILiDINO. SUBSCRIPTIONS. DaHy, twelve months.54 ,. Daily, ?Ii months.2 Pally, one month . -'t Wafly, one week . 1 All business. Hews letters or tele graphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS. TELEPHONE CALL.161? Important to AuvertlHtir?. Parties other than those having ledger accounts with this paper, civic societies and military organizations, are required to pay Tor transient advertise men ts in advance. An increase of 50 per cent will be charged for transient advertise? ments not paid for In advance, and no transient advertisement will be booked for less space than oaS inch. To illus \ate: one haif Inch Is 2B cents, one inch ? cents for one time, when paid In ad? vance; but ? ther will be 75 cents if charged. Transient advertisers will ?ave money by remembering this notice. Which applies in all coses, irrespective ef financial responsibility. The Dally Press may be obtained ?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 20 April 1898

gler's Cafe end Family -Liquor Store BSTflBLlSHED IN ISSS. Is the place for you to buy your I Wioes and Liquors for Cooking and Medicinal purposes. INSIDE: GO cs co ea co No Loud Talking or Singing, discuss? ing of Politics, Na? tionality or Reli? gion. All wkw cannot comply with* these rides are re? quested to spend their time and mon? ey elsewhere. All orders by mail will receive prompt Attention. P.J.MUGLER No. 2312 WASHINGTON AVENUE, P. O. Box 10. NEWPORT NEWS. VA. L W.JOHNSON Conteactor and Builder NEWPORT NEWid, VA Plans and Specifications Prepared on Short Notice. WOUBJC WORK A 8PWCEAI/TP TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS? PORTATION CO.'S STEAMSHIP LINES FOR. BOSTON. PROVIDENCE, BALTIMORE. Leave Newport News via Norfolk for Boston every Monday, Wednesday anJ Friday, sailing from Norfolk at 8 P. M. Leave for Providence every Tues? day, Thursday and Saturday at 6 P. M. Leave Newport Newt for Baltimore daily (except Tuesday) at 6 P. M., con? necting for Was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 20 April 1898

LULL rc?NGRESS The Members Worn Out With Fatigue. SENATE'S PROCEEDINGS Bouse and Senate Oevote the Day Pri?< patlj to Routine Business. Another . Resolution Cor the Independ? ence of C'UIJH. (By Telegraph.) WASHINGTON. Apil 1?.?Compar lively little business was transwti.1i by the Senate today, ail of the Sena? tors being fatigued on account of their Hoog vigil ia-n night over the Cuban ' resolutions. Consideration of the sun? dry civil appropriation bill ivas re? sumed and the 'wide latitude of debate | permitted under the rules of the Sent afforded opportunity for some expiai, itlont-to be made concerning rhe action I of the Senate upon the Cuban question. | Mr. CoekreK, of , Wyoming, and Mr. Bacon, of Georgia, explained the action of the Democrats in voting against | the conference repoits In the early Clours of this morning, and the coloquics I Chat ensued between them and some ERepublican Senatoi-s were spicy and in- I teresting. lAt 2:27 P. M... a niessag i "weis ?re...

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