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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 May 1898

CIRCULATION. VOL III, NO. 105. NEWPORT NEWS. VA.. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1898 i associated I Press 1 Dispatcli?s. PRICE SINGLE COPY,TWO CEN ONE WEEK -TEN CP NTS Auxiliary Cruiser St. Paul Dub Here Today. GIPUiM IK COMMAND Left an Ocean Grey-hound and Returns a Warship. COMES FOR BUNKER COAL Tim Cruiser Minneapolis In Port. Currier I'igepu Ciugltt at the Slilpyard Yoneuiite Sails Monday, ifcit terle? A and C r.ir Ne ? port News. Last February the magnificent American Line steamship St. Paul, proud in her existence as one of the greatest of the great oc ean grey? hounds. "Steamed away from the local shipyard, where she had jtftt been overhauled, ready for her regular pas? senger service between New York ami the Old World. Since her peaceable departure trom this port, however, circumstances haw changed, and now the passenger steamer St. Paul has given place to the swift auxiliary cruiser of the L'ni ted States navy, with name unchang? ed. Great has' been the transformation that has taken pla...

Publication Title: Daily Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 May 1898

C E, LTHACKER, Editor and Manstge-i. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE POSTOFFICE BUILDINO. Parties other than those having ledg? er accounts with this paper, civic so? cieties and military organizations, are required to pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An Increase uf 60 per cent, will be charged for tran? sient advertisements not paid for in advance and no transient advestlse ment .will be booked for less space than one-inch. To Illustrate: one-half inch is 25 cents, one Inch 50 cents foi one time, when paid In advance: but they will be 75 cents If charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, which applies in all cases, irrespective of financial responsibility. The Dally Press may be obtained every morning at the following place: Crossley Bros., Washington avenues. J. A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson, No. 7 Ivy avenue. Advertising rates furnished on appli - cation. Contractors are not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 May 1898

i BgSBSBK??gS3B55ilK inrWPOHT NBTWS AD3. mm I1F THAVE TOST RECEIVED VIT SECOND SHIPMENT OF THIS DELIGHTFUL FOUN? TAIN BEVERAGE "S. RE? PRESENT TOUR TICKETS AT 2VTT FOUNTAIN AND G'ET A GLASS. TOU WILL LIKE IT. I INTRODUCED IT HERE A!ND KNOW HOW TO SfERVE IT. . DON'T FORGET. BRING ME TOUR TICKETS. THET ARE WORTH *5 CTS. TO TOU AND 5 CENTS TO ME. Wni. 6. Burgess, P hariuncy Phone 2596. EBKS33 Sale of en's We will place on sale this morning two] hundred and fifty pairs /Hen's calf Shoes in black and russet, at the low price of the pair. Tormerly sold for $4.00. 53.00 S2.50. The choice for the early bird. Alsaf offer as a flyer | 25 dozen 75-cent /Ha-! dras Shirts with se? parate cuffs for 48 cents. All sizes from 14 up to 16 1-2. The Reliable Clothier. Shoer ana Matter. NEW DANK ATIONAL DUILDING ?**r^4r*c^ ******* When Visiting Phoebus Gall at | PHOEBUS (IE, 1 ft ladies and Gents dining: parlor, fi S Meals at all hours, also lodging. ? 3 Wines, Liquors and Cigars. V iTfiOS. ft. DOUTfiTY...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 May 1898

Victory at Manila Stimulates Business. WAS A GOOD DAY'S WORK American Industries on a Strong Footing *>\;';.-- Textile and 8teel Factories Ron nlog aa Canal. Confidence BtnitipUea. (By Telegraph.) S tNaaW TOEK, May G.?R. G. I>un & Co'e. -weekly trade review will say: i iav etate of war was so greatly dread .1*4 toy those who have seen nothing like \'.tt for more than thirty years that its ^coming has hunt less than its appr; toeaskHT. Especially since the victory at SMaoitei indicating the superiority of the American navy, grun for gun, expecta? tions that the war -will not last long BtaB influenced all markets and stock.-; : Slave advanced, the average of prices ,ffor railways $2.02 per share. One day's ?work by the officers and men a? Ma? e-la Staving meant many day's work so-thousands of people at home of ?whom they knew nothing, and has fcelped all American industries, placing '.t?wsii on a stronger 'footing for any con rceivaible future. The fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 May 1898

Press Dispatches. Vol. Iii, no.TouT" Take Possession of Auxiliary | * Cruiser Yosemite. Provisions Ready to be Plac? ed on Board, BATTERIES MUSTERED IN First Company of Fourth Regiment. Now Knt-ampeU in Richmond. Others to Follow Soon. Ex-Cnutalu Archi? bald Volunteers ami Will be First Sergeant. Yesterday was a busy day at the shipyard, where the two auxiliary cruisers of Uncle Sam's navy. the Yosemtte and Dixie, are being made ready to take tiheir place in the rank:, of the last lighters of the country. Tomorrow the Yosemite will be ready to leave the yard, and on Tues? day she will be. followed by the Dixie. Neither of these vessels will go to the Norfolk navy yard to be provisioned or to take on their ammunition, bnl/wlicn they steam out of the harbor they will be in every way prepared to engage In active service. About 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon about thirty marines, under command of Lieutenant Neumann, came ovei from Norfolk on a government tug and immediately upon their ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 May 1898

?$H ACKER. Editor and Managet. g'PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY W-j BY THE rllafig Pves? Company, POSTOFFICE BUILDING. ? Parties other than those having ledg. -.er accounts with this paper, civic so? cieties and military organizations, are .^required to pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An Increase ut /:,60 per cent, will be charged for tran ?slent advertisements not paid for in '^advance and no transient advestlse jjSinent will be booked for less space gUian one inch. To illustrate: one-half Inch is 25 cents, one inch 50 cents fui VtOne time, when paid In advance; but | I they will be 75 cents if charged. Tran ??TSieTit advertisers will save money by -"-remembering this notice, which applies [ . in all cases, irrespective of ilnanclal responsibility. The Dally Press may be obtained | ^every morning at the following pla<e. ;p Crossley Bros., Washington avenues. | I J. A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. - Charles Robinson, No. 7 Iv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 May 1898

Get a Move on Yon If yon expect to secure any of the rare bargains that we are selling our nobby Cloth? ing and Furnishings at. Our Easter sales have been very satisfactory and in ap? preciation thereof we have stuck the knife right into the prices of our spring s-uits and let them go at unheard of low prices. For a Special Offer We sell THIS WEEK a first class white unlaun dered shirt at 32 cents, real price 50 cents. N. B.?Our line of shirts, comprising the latest pat? terns and made out of the best of fabrics, have won the . fante of being ''Hottest Numbers in Town." If you wish to have a nice SPRING Suits Made to Order we have a magnificent as? sortment from $12.00 up. THB u?iinson one Moore's Old siana Queen Street, Hampton, Va. [?5s??JLook for the red front. P. B. MESSENGER, General Carpenter, -MANOFACTUBKR OF- ' BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, Frames, Sash, Blinds & Doors Mantels and oia7-ly Mouldings. Queen Street. B5AMPTOJ*. Vi O. Box. IM. Kitchen Conveniences. In this stor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 May 1898

Story of the Engagement inj Detail. Ii m ship io si Dewey's Guns Chased the) Spanish Admiral. FURIOUSRAIN OF SHELLSi After Disposing of Ail the Kiii'i WarshlpKttic Auierlean Siiua<lron Turned the Gutlg on tlie Forts and Ilrove the Sohllers from Their Pieces. (P.y Tel.-gmph.) CHICAGO, May 7.?Tin: Chronicle has the following: HOKG KOXG, May 7.-Comnw* Dewey's flag lieutenant, Thomas B. Brumby, arrived at Hong Kong thi. anorn'itig on the United States revenue ?cutter Hugh McCoilloch, wi'th the Urat official news of the greatest naval but? tle or modern times, that of Manila iharlxir. The official dispatches were at once ,. forwarded toy cable to the United Slates I government at Washington. The first Connected story ..f the Easement was told by the officer* of the 'McCo'lWh, who saw it and partic? ipated in H. They said that Spain's fleet of ten vessels wae whoWy destroy? ed. The Heina Maria Ch!-istin:i, ilag ehip of the Spanish equadron, was the center of the attack at the b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 May 1898

V()Tm, NO. 110. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., MONDAY," MAY gT~1898. PRICE 1^^^%^^ III ill II Tell Woeful Tales of Treat? ment Received. STORIES OF litlllul Ladies Prevent Their Evic ton from Chamberlin. FARE WORSE IN NORFOLK KeHtuni-Hiit Dnt..i. Mi.ik.ll.itl hi Tlieir l'ati s FIr.-it Night on Shipboard. New Orleans Arrives at Old I'nint. St. l'nul ut Uelnwure Itrenkwuter. M Uli till Eton liltlrs lle eciv? Order*, lot? teries Kxpeeteil. Since their arrival in this city, the members of the Michigan Naval Re? serves, detailed Tor service on the Uni? ted States auxiliary cruiser Yosemlte, have created a. decidedly uivoruble Im? pression by their gentlemanly bearing. That they represent smite of the besl blood of the state from which they come cannot be doubted. In their de? meanor they show themselves tn be gentlemen, and ever sine- they came to Newport News they have been treated as stich. It is a fact, however. that the young men have not received the mosl eour teous treatment rit other places w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 May 1898

Ij?-rOB." TBACKER, Editor and Managet. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY jp BY THE Baiig} SPress Cfuowtpnitn. POSTOFFICE nfILDINO. ^_ jp^V- Parties other than those having ledg >. er accounts with litis i?:|?t, civic to cletles and military org.i niz.i nuns, :ue ^i-vrequlred to pay for transient adver ?".' tisemerits in advance. An increase of >/::- DO per cent, will !??? . h:i:g.-d for Iran ?-' . sient advertisements not paid Tor in S?-.-.advance and no transient ndvestisc Ejlirient will be booked for less space rj^- than one Inch. To illustrate: one-halt pS; inch, is 25 cents, one inch HO cent- f"i jgv^pne time, when paid in advance: but (?'?;-."they will be 75 cents if charged. T are ggrbeieht advertisers will save money by fei-remembering this notice, which applies v; in all cases, irrespective of llnanclal responsibility. The Daiiy Press may be obtained 'every morning at the following place: I Crossley Bros., Washington avenues.' K J. A. Cory, Acre. Ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 May 1898

Every man loves home 9 in war times. Tha man who did the most talking about war has not enlisted yet. The m.-.n who does the most bragging about his goods has either got a poor quality or a poor variety of them. We don't have to blow to sell o\r goods : once inside the establishment, the finely finished and nicely selected stock speaks very loudly and correctly both for quality and finish. The prices are but a mere shadow of the prices asked at other stores. Tell yo?r neighbors' children to tell their mothers we have mattings for 12?; cents per yard. Baby carriages s? cheap that if we told you the price you would swear they were not real Hey wood's. Iron bods all sizes at ?3.50. Everything else in proportion. . Stay at h- me one Sunday from Old Point or Buckroe Beach and come in and buy a bed. room suit with the money you didn't spend. Tf people don't buy our goods after seeing them it is evident they don't want any. My big Double Stores are crowded with bargains. "Will you have som...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 May 1898

Different- Accounts of the Fight at Manila. Stopped for breakfast Atter Pouring Shells into the Ships tbe Americans t;?> to ?' Work Finished l!< fore Noon. HOG KONG. May S.?Among n.iva .men, military men and civilians. Kit Sropeans and natives here today there is ;ipnly one subject of discussion, the bril fHant, dashing annihilating victory of .Commodore Dewey over the Spanish fleet commanded by Admiral Montejo, in Manila Hay on last Sunday. ' Owing to the fact that, tlie cable be ;."tween this point and the Philippine Is? lands was not in working order, hav - ing been cut, it is said, some distance from the capital of tin; islands, there .has been delay in obtaining a detiled account of the battle, and facts in the case were only available when tin United States dispatch boat Hugh Mc Colloch arrived here yesterday. and even then the tremendous pressure of business suddenly thrown upon tin; ca? ble company necessarily mad..- tin? earlier accounts of the engagem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 10 May 1898

Associated Press Dispatches. VOL III, NO. 111. DIXIE IN COMMISSION--- Captain Davis Takes Command of the Cruiser. NAVAL RESERVES ARRIVE "Jackies" from Maryland in Charge of the Ship. NINETY MEN IN LINE Members of the Huntington Rifles Examined by a Surgeon and Only Six Are Rejected. St. Paul Arrives at Old Point. Anxiety for the Safety of the Buffalo. The Dixie is now a man-of-war. Three weeks ago El Rio, a fast coastwise steamer belonging to the Morgan Line, came to the shipyard here to be converted into an auxiliary cruiser. The work has been completed and the ship, which was named Dixie, will join Uncle Sam's fleet of patrol vessels as soon as she takes on her supplies and full complement of men. The Dixie went into commission yesterday in command of Captain Davis. All day the government tug Lucerne was busy transferring the Maryland naval reserves from the training ship Franklin at the Norfolk navy yard to the new cruiser, and the remainder of the crew will be brought over today...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 10 May 1898

The Daily Press, C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Daily Press Company, LIMITED POSTOFFICE BUILDING. 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 advertisements not paid for in advance and no transient advestisement will be booked for less space than one inch. To illustrate: one-half inch is 25 cents, one inch 50 cents for one time, when paid in advance: but they will be 75 cents if charged. Transient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, which applies in all cases, irrespective of financial responsibility. The Daily Press may be obtained every morning at the following place: Crossley Bros., Washington avenues. J. A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson, No. 7 Ivy avenue. Advertising rates furnished on appl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 10 May 1898

------------------------------ HAMPTON ADVERTISEMENTS. Get a Move on You If you expect to secure any of the rare bargains that we are selling our nobby Clothing and Furnishings at. Our Easter sales have been very satisfactory and in appreciation thereof we have stuck the knife right into the prices of our spring suits and let them go at unheard of low prices. For a Special Offer We sell THIS WEEK a first class white unlaundered shirt at 32 cents, real price 50 cents. N. B.--Our line of shirts, comprising the latest patterns and made out of the best of fabrics, have won the fame of being ''Hottest Numbers in Town." If you wish to have a nice SPRING Suits Made to Order we have a magnificent assortment from $12.00 up. THE FAMOUS, Johnson ond Moore's Old Stand Queen Street, Hampton, Va. ----->Look for the red front. P. B. MESSENGER, General Carpenter, ---MANUFACTURER 'OF---BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, Frames, Sash, Blinds & Doors Mantels and ma7-1y Mouldings Queen Street, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 10 May 1898

Sampson's Squadron on the Battle Ground, SAY SPANISH ADVICES. Hasty Preparations for a Blockade. FIGHT AT CARDENAS. Engagement Between an American Cruiser and a Spanish Gunboat Said to Have Lasted Thirty Minutes. Rioting In the Providences Continues. (By Telegraph.) MADRID, May 9.--A cable dispatch has been received here from the captain general of Porto Rico saying that three suspicious looking vessels are hovering in the offing. He adds that he has confidential information to the effect that the United States fleet is approaching Porto Rico. 9 P. M.--Senor Sagasta denies the rumor that Marshal Martinez Campos will replace Lieutenant General Daban as captain general of Madrid. An impressive mass was held this morning in the church of St. Joseph for the repose of the souls of those slain at Cavite. The church was filled with sailors in uniform. A dispatch from Porto Rico says a "Good fighting spirit" prevails there, thanks to the munitions brought by the cruiser Alfonso XIII and the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 11 May 1898

VOL III, NO. 112. NEWPORT NEWS, VA.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1898. ODTPTT SINGLE COPY, TWO CEN I l\JLl_jili ONE WEEK -TEN CENTS The Big Cruiser St. Paul Arrives Here. Tars Give Schley's Fleet Another Name. THE MINNEAPOLIS SAILS, It 1? Rumored Thsit the Vi-nnel CoRtaGun lu.lumen Klver Yesterday Morulug. I-litt <>r Hie Meu Wlio Will tlo With tu? lluut iugtou Killen. Looking extremely warlike in her new garb of drab, the big auxiliary cruiser St. Paul steamed into this harbor about noon yesterday and dropped anchor off the Casino. The mammoth warship was greeted with cheers by the crew of the cruiser Minneapolis, which was lying off tip? plers. On the bridge of 'the St. Paul stood the gallant Captain Sigsbee the hero of the Ill-starred Maine, and when the men on the Minneapolis caught sight of hlm they yelled themselves hoarse. The crew- of the St. Paul re? turned the cheering. When it was learned that the big cruiser was in port hundreds of people Hocked to the beach ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 11 May 1898

J??ftg gl res*?, <!. B. THACKER, Editor and Managet PUBLISHED EArERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE I Sails f ?ffgs ?ontpann, t ? LIMITSO POSTOFFICE BUILDING. S Parties other than those having ledg? er accounts with this paper, civic so? cieties and military organizations, are required to pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An increase of 50 per cent, will be charged lor tran Blent advertisements not paid for In advance and no transient advestlse ment will be booked for less space . than one inch. To illustrate: one-half inch is 25 cents, one inch 50 cents I6i !*ne time, when paid in advance: but they will be 75 cents if charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, which applies \ In all cases, irrespective of financial - responsibility. The Daily Press may be obtained every morning at the following place: Crossley Bros., Washington avenues. J. A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson, No. 7 Ivy ave...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 11 May 1898

HAJ45TOJI ABVBStTI&ffiMritJ'f ?. Get a Move on Yon If you expect to secure any of the rare bargains that we are selling our nobby Cloth? ing- and Furnishings at. Our Easter sales have been very satisfactory and in ap? preciation thereof we have Stuck the knife right into the prices of our spring suits and let them go at unheard of low prices. For a Special Offer We sell THIS lA/EEIC a first class white unlaun dered shirt at 32 cents, real price 50 cents; '.38. B.?Our line of shirts, comprising the latest pat? terns and made out of the best of fabrics, have won the fame of being ''Hottest Numbers in Town." If you wish to have a nice SPRING Suits Made to Order we have a magnificent as? sortment from $12.00 up. THE. 8 01(1 SM Queen Street, Hampton, Va. 'Look for the red front. P. B; MESSENGER, General Carpenter, -MANCPACTCRKR OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, Frames; Sash, Blinds & Doors Mantels and ma 7-1 y Mouldings. Queen Street, EiMPTOJJ. VA ?. O. Box. 1M. Kitchen Conv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 11 May 1898

trfJT??? Hfous'? Ol the Cortes Hag a Stor? my Session. (By Telegraph.) MADRID. May 10.?9 P. M.?The ^chamber (lower house) had a prolonged sittlg this evening with a view of pass? ing the current measures giving the government outhority to procure funds to continue the war. Senor Salmeron, the Republican lead? er, alluded to the rumors of the Queen Regent's abdication, and declared that the Republicans were readv to form a government forthwith. His remark? 'evoked a storm of protests, and Senor Salmeron was unable to proceed for :vfully ten minutes. Monarchists and Republicans shrieked at each other and bandied threats. The President's voice was completely drowned. When he finally obtained a hearing, the President. Marquis Vega de Ar mlzo, requested Senor Salmeron to withdraw the calumny. Senor Salme? ron refused, whereupon the President named him and threatened to name him thrice if he continued his attacks upon the throne. As a result of this caution, and of the persistent monarchi...

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