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

THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. Associated Press Dispatches. VOL III, NO. 118. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1898. PRICE SINGLE COPY, TWO CEN ONE WEEK - TEN CENTS Auxiliary Cruiser Goes Out for Target Practice. DIXIE READY 10 LEAVE She is Taking on Ammuni? tion and Stores. REV. MACKEY'S SERMON The Ilitptint Divine Preaches on (.lie ('hum. h Thutl.e.1 tu the Mi.pwmi- Amerieuii Wur. Will Orgaiiis.? Another Military Company at Once. The auxiliary cruiser Yosemito is now ready for the sea. She Is the first warship turned out at the shipyard since the war with Spain began, but she is not the first vessel fitted out for service, as the hospital ship Solace is now at Key West. The work of converting the Yosemite into an auxiliary cruiser was complet? ed last Week. Since that lime the cruis? er has been taking oil ammunition and stores, it was reported that the Yose? mite would leave the shipyard before daybreak yesterday, but it was alter 0 o'clock last evening when the new man of-war cut l...

Publication Title: Daily Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 May 1898

C. B. THACKEK, Editor and Managet. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING I EXCEPT MONDAY 1 BY THE Bail^ *Pr*ss Company, POSTOFFICE BUILDING. The Dally Press may be obtained every morning at the following plate: Crossley Bros., Washington avenues. J. A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson, No. 7 Ivy avenue Advertising rates furnished on appli exceed their space or advertise other cation. Contractors are not allowed to than their legitimate business, except by paying especially for the same. Ad? vertisements discontinued before the expiration of contract will be charged tor at transient rates for the time in? serted. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Dally, 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 address? ed DAILY PRESS. BELL 'PHONE . 2514. CITIZENS' 'PHONE . 14. Entered at the Postofflce of Newport News, Va., as second-class matter. TUESDAY, MAY" 17, 1898. THE QUARANTINE ...

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

AV new arrival from o\\r\ Northern factories and just? ly named after a celebrated j man, The Dewey Hat is-^just like the admiral? A Winner. WeHaveTf in four shades?black, brown, pearl and tan?and though the price should be $3.00 whiie they last you nray have them for ?2.00. Blue serges and black serges, both single and dou? ble breasted. The proper thing for summer wei'.r. Children's clothes at prices to fit all pocket books, and astonishing values at that. THE Queen Street, Hampton, Va. [Jt^gf^Look for the red front. Are About to Brown & Hoagland Real Estate Office Popular Avenue, PHOEBUS. A thorough trial will be given anil a responsible guarantee. LOCK BOX 225, HAMPTON'. VA. T ". ______ S. J. BROWN, NOTARY PUBLIC, WITH SEAL. WILL GIVE A TRE? MENDOUS BARGAIN IN SOME AVAILABLE LOTS. CASH OR TIME. P. B. MESSENGER, General Carpenter, -MANDFACTDRKB OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, Frames, Sash, Blinds & Doors Mantels and ma?-iy Mouldings Queen Street, HAMPTON. VA P. O. ...

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

:|?oble Tribute Paid to tho Gal? lant Ensign. (By Telegraph.) . RALEIGH, N. C. May 18.?The Un xited States and North Carolina today paid hoble tribute to the memory of the gallant ensign. Worth Bagley, the first Jbfflcer killed in the war with Spain. v-jNothing to ever approach today's fun '?eral pageant was ever seen here. The ?fltody arrived late last night, was met Tsy an escort of the First regiment of volunteers and taken to the home of Ensign Bagley's widowed mother. g:*rhere a detail of troops kept constant fjguard. H;The scene at the home was mournful ,-.in the extreme and the tender love of ."all classes of people for the dead was ] ?.shown in the stream of callers and the ;Wealth of floral tributes. The latter i- came from near and far and it was sig? nificant that most of them were red. I'White and blue. On the casket were the .dead officer's chapeau and sword. Among the floral offerings which lit pierally covered the casket and filled all available space in the room were...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 19 May 1898

Associated Press DiSD?S. VOL III, NO. 120 NEWPORT NEWS, VA.. THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1898. PRTC5E JINGLE COPY, TWO CEN I IXAKJXU ONE WEEK -TEN CENTS Narrow Escape of a Cruiser * While Leaving the Roads. ^ SHELLS FOR, THE DIXIE. Xariee Quaultl. a of i-rojuoilles Stored tu the Vessel's Jlajazinr? Yesterday.. Will Sail lomoinw. is , Kot t& l>e?ener. A United States waiShip.'which sail? ed away from Fort'Monroe since! the government completed the ?^vork of - planting mines in Hampton "Roads, s. It the story .told a reporter for the Daily Press" last evening tie true, lucky to be afloat todayi^-fA man who assisted in the work of placing the ex? plosives In the harbor, and who is mill In the service of" the government, re? flates., that one or the'vessels struck a . mine and so seriously damaged it that it had to be taken to a. point near the Rip-Raps yesterday^ afternoon and blown up. He say's ho aided in taking the mine up and towing it to tau place at which It was dest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 19 May 1898

? ?f|* Baits Pres?. C. E. THACKER, Editor andUan&gei. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Sails !$Si*ess Somfimttj, Limrxa ^ POSTOFFICE BUILDINO?^* The Doily 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 exceed their space or advertise other cation. Contractors are not allowed to than their legitimate business, except by paying especially tor the same. Ad? vertisements discontinued before the expiration of contract will be charged for at transient rates for the time In? serted. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Dally, twelve months . J4.00 Daily, "six months . 2.00 Dally, one month .40 Dally, one week.10 All business, news letters or tele? graphic dispatches should be address? ed DAILY PRESS. BELL 'PHONE . 2514. CITIZENS' 'PHONE . 14. Entered at the Postofflce of Newport News, Va_, as second-class ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 19 May 1898

*& new,--ar-r-ival- from our] Northern* factories and iost <* . . '. ly?named after a celebrated! ?r- .'is*..' man. . . in^fiour shades?black; brown, pearl and tan?and though the price should be $3.00 while, they Jast-you may have, them for; ^2.00. -v .cBLue serges and black serges, both single and dou? ble ''breasted; ; The proper thing for summer wei-.r. ; Children's clothes at prices to lit. all pocket books, and "astonishing values at that. THE 'S ON SiflOf! Qfiie*en'Street, Hampton, Va. JJ^ptLook- fort-he red front. SrM??BUO Brown & Hoagland, Real Estate Office Popular Avenu? ? f. PHOEBUS. .A thorough trial will be given and a| responsible guarantee. LOCK BOX 226. HAMPTON. VA. .8. J. BROWN, NOTARY rUBLIC. WITH SEAL. WILL CIVIC A TRE? MENDOUS BARGAIN IN SOME AVAILABLE LOTS, CASH OR TIME. P. B. MESSENGER," ft GeneralGarpenter, ?f -^MANUFACTORKIl OP? ??7 BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, Frames, Sash, Biiads & Doors maT-iy Mouldings.) Queen Street,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 19 May 1898

- pw San Juan Was Bombard ed by Sampson. I8JECT ACCOMPLISHED :.'.-. ?daad the San Carlo? Battery Seri? ously Damaged. American Ships Not Injured. Copyright. 1898, by Associated Press.! /ON' BOARD THE ASSOCIATED ?RESS DISPATCH .BOAT DAUNT a?SS. KET WEST.FLA., May 18.?The | Oauntless, dispatch boat of the Associ? ated Press, arrived here this morning ?tad brought the" first detailed account if the bombardment of San Juan de forto'Rico, by a portion of the fleet under the command of Rear-Admlral Sampson on May 12. iThe American warships sustained only trivial injury* and lost only one Man killed. After the engagement the Borth end of Morro Castle was in ruins. Ehe Cabras Island fort was silenced BttldLthe San Carlos battery was dam? aged. No shots were aimed at the city, and It "Is not known whether any dam? age was done there. Spaniards at St. Thomas claim that a school house was struck and that the master and his pu Stils'were killed, but this is not believed ;tO be true as the bomba...

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

sf"^ 1 1 \ 1 QircuLation. ****** ^^^AA^^^^yyywM^WI^wy?y^mi VOL III, NO. 121. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1898. PR TP, 'W SINGLE COPY, TWO CEN I JLVAV^XLi ONE WEEK -TEN CENTS ?BE M_ ENLIST Muster Roll of the New Com? pany Continues to Grow. BATTtRY GOES SOUTH Troops Leave Fortre? Monroe for the Land of Flowers. Yoseinlte Ko turuB to Old Point. Will Oo ? With the Dixie. A large crowd attended the masn meeting held at the Casino last night for the purpose of enlisting men for a new military company. It had been expected that Mayor W. A. Post and Mr. R. G. Bickford would address the meeting, but both of tbe.se gentlemen were detained by pressing business engagements. Among those who attended the meeting were many ladies with their escorts.-but it was ob? served that none of them urged their best fellows to ?nlist. Attorney C. C. Berkley addressed the meeting, stating that it was the pur? pose of the organizers to secure the names of forty-one men and then effect permanent organiz...

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

t* Stetig $lr*ss. .-C'BS. THACKEE. Editor and Manage:. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY v ; 1 BY THE ^ress Comp2tttt|t UWTD. POSTOFFICE BUILDINO. jig 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. 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 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 60 cents foi one time, when paid in advance; but they will be 75 cents it charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, which applies In all cases, irrespective of financial responsibility. Advertising ...

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

HAMPTON ADVERTISEMENTS. A new arrival from our Northern factories and just? ly named after a celebrated man. The Dewey Hat is just like the admiral? A Winner, WeHaveff in four shades?black, brown, pearl and tan?and though the price should be $3.00 while they last you may have them for ?2.00. Blue serges and black serges, both single and dou? ble breasted. The proper thing for summer wer r. Children's clothes at price? to fit all pocket books, and astonishing values at that. Jonnson ana Moore's Old stand Queen Street, Hampton, Va. JJ^^Look for the red front. fire About to Dissolve Partnership. Brown & Hoagland, Real Estate Office Popular Avenue, PHOE?US. A thorough trial will be given ami a ? responsible guarantee. ?LOCK BOX 225. HAMPTON. VA. 8. J. BROWN. NOTARY PUBLIC. WITH SEAL. WILL GIVE A TRE? MENDOUS BARGAIN IN SOME AVAILABLE LOTS, CASH OR TIME. P. B. MESSENGER, General Carpenter, ?MANUFACTURER OP? BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, Frames, Sash, Blinds & Doors ftfanfel...

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

Rapid Progress on the War Revenue Measure. MR. M'LAURIN'S SPEECH The Senator from South Carolina Vigor- | ?uBly Doooancea tbe Proposition to lime filoro Bootfi toS'ay the Expense* of the War. (By Telegraph.) WASHINGTON, May 19.?While sev ?eral important paragraphs in the wa. revenue measure were passed over to? day for future consideration, excellent I progress was made by the Senate in the consideration of the bill. Two thirds I of the measure has been read, the | ~" committee amendments generally ha ' ing been agreed to. Mr. McLaurln (Democrat), of South Carolina, opened the discussion of ti bill today with a carefully prepar< speech touching all the features. 1 was ready, he raid, to vote for ar measure that would tend to brin<; the | war to a successful conclusion. Peo? ple in the island ot Cuba are dying every hour. Their condition Is beyond 1 power of description. Every day now means the loss of hundreds^ perhaps I thousands of lives in Cuba, Mr. Mo- I La...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 May 1898

THE LARGEST CIRCUL.ATION. VOL III, NO. 122. WILL MOT SAIL TODAY Cruiser Dixie to Remain at the Yard Till Monday. PLATES FOR HER DECK She Will Profit by the Yosemlte's Experience While at Target Practice. Official Roster of the Huntington Rifles. The auxiliary cruiser Dixie will not leave the shipyard today as was ex? pected. It seems that she will profit by the experience of her sister ship, the Yo semite, and will have her after deck strengthered with steel plates before she goes Into service. While out for target practice Wed? nesday the Yosemlte's deck aft was damaged by the jar of her rifles and she will be compelled to return to the shipyard for repairs. The extent of the damage could not be ascertained, but it Is said that some of tbe plates were strained by the shock, causing them lo bulge in the center. The YTosemlte carries 5-inch rifles and the Dixie t;-:nch guns, and it is fur the purpose or avoiding a repetition of the damage done to the Yosemite that a number of steel p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 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 advertisement will be booked for less space than one Inch. To illustrate: one-half inch is 25 cents, one inch 50 cents tot 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. Advertising rates furnished on appll exceed their space or advertise other cation. Contractors are not allowed to than their legitimate business, except by paying especially for the same. Ad? vertisements discontinued before the expira...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 May 1898

HAMPTON ADVBaTISEMBWES. I A new arrival from our Northern factories and just? ly named after a celebrated man. is just like the admiral? A Winner. We Rave ff in four shades?black,brown, pearl and tan?and though the price should he $'>.()() while they last you may have them for $2.00. In Ofofhing Blue serges and black serges, both single and dou? ble breasted. The proper thing* for summer wear. Children's clothes at prices to fit all pocket books, and astonishing values at that. THE TH> W TS ?r /\ TT? ?' BS Ii - ' Johnson on? Moore's old stand Queen Street, Hampton, Va. Look for the red front. j. S. BROWN, Successor to Brown & Hoagland, REALESTATE, COLLECTION ?ND LAW. OFFICE?The little cottage oppo-| site Poplar avenue. PHOEBUS, VA. LOCK BOX 225. HAMPTON. VA. Also Notary Pub'ic with seal. A specialty of lots contiguous to Hamp? ton and Phoebus. J3. B. MESSENGER, Genera! Carpenter, -MANlIFACTUItUR OP BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, Frames, Sash, Blinds &a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 May 1898

J*9Jrteroasis Session Devoted to the "glpc'Uoij Qf omcera. tBy Telegraph.) &;BAX,?IMORE. May 20.?Today was a J?ay of elections in the general confer? ence of the Methodist Episcopal church South. The conference continued bal? loting for its connectional officers and ;utilized the time between the teller':? ^.announcements in considering routine ''Business. Rev. H. M. Dubose. of Jackson, Miss., was elected general ^Secretary of the Epworth League and '?editor of the Epworth League Era. It took four ballots to elect. S, Rev. Dr. J. J. Taggert, of Nashville ;was re-elected book director and editor i?f the Methodist Review, by a vote of j 193 out of 27. Rev. Dr. James Atkins. iOf NashvHle, Tenn.. was re-elected ed 'Itor of Sunday school publications by a vote of 205 out of 207. Vr One ballot was taken without electing for secretary of education. M The board of missions of the church ;was elected today as follows: Presi? dent E. W. Cole; vice-president. R. N. Sledd: J. ?. Bra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 May 1898

flSSOGl?t?d Press DiSMf?S. ***^? H.H.. . .bnjW><MuUU VOL III, NO. 123. USTOFTHEWYANOfCE Work of Removingthe Wreck Finished Yesterday. IN THE JAMES TWO YEARS Un?ucce??ful Attempt* Steamer by the Alt How the Made to Rais? ??B Pr.,e ??. ?Slilp vv-tt. SQllk. -??=- _ vnii.nv^ BAKU?. I TO^r^.~: I? ?* -.-= GmCULATIO/Vi; FUN ER At OF MK Elk?, Ma.ou.Hud American Btec|,?ulc? Al. tend the Obi)r<jUirH maTer HthVUnBearal ?f ^-MJE Lincoln. The bod- ---- ?? ue|ow 181)8. ?testerdaj afternoon shortlv ,r, , , The 8"Waotorll>-co? W UOn Sreat obstruction ? anU vvas a of her masts pro'ede. Tb^ve ,"" B?th several feet th,,k u aooNe llle water - here ??-? ft?,?! i"""03 hence It was tl reposed in TO THE PUBLIC If a naval engagement should take Place today, the Dally Press win pub. "3? a special edition tomorrow morn? ing. Otherwise ther until Tuesday. will ue no |Ssl GENERAL FKANK S PLAN'S. He Arrange, for a System,,,!,. tier In the'parToI^TnounXTbv^ * C3Skct ! A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 May 1898

A FAMOUS PRIVATEER, tt(m.rt.wr ?re?t?t ?f Liverpool The greatest of Liverpool's priva? teering heroes was a personage famous k W.,...l<.rf?> Tale ot Illn.io? Wbicl. UainJ.f???'??'?? B???older A correspondent writing from India reearding the theory that the jugglers iu^^:ZC^^ ^So, lp?mgtheir tricks by VjlU P-?-jT en_nam?ly Capt Fortunatus Wright. ,aV8: -During the course of the Indian Soon af^ 'the outbreak of the war Lutlny , raade the acquaintance o one with France in 1741 he. conjointly with |or these gentlemen of India, who tried some English merchants in Leghorn fitted out the Fame privateer to cruise against the French. The Gentlemans Magazine for December, l.4b, stateu that the Fame. Capt. Wright, had cap? tured sixteen French ships in the Le? vant, worth ?4(10.000. Ct.pt. Wrights most remarkable achievement, howev? er was in ITf.ti. when the r the war with Fiance became imminent. In that year hctuilt a .small vessel at Leghorn, called the St. George, to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 May 1898

HAMPTON ADVERTISEMENTS. A new arrival from our Northern factories aud just? ly named after a celebrated man. The Dewey Hat is just like the admiral? A Winner, WeHaveTf in four shades?black, brown, pearl and tan?and though the price should be $3.00 while they last you may have them for $2.00. Blue serges and black serges, both single and dou? ble breasted. The proper thing for summer wet-.r. Children's clothes at prices to fit all pocket books, and astonishing values at that. TH& tionnson ana Moore's Old sian? Queen Street, Hampton, Va. {j^l^Look for the red front. S. J.BROWN, Successor to Brown & Hoagland, , REAL ESTATE, COLLECTION AND LAW. OFFICE?The little cottage oppo- ' site Poplar avenue, PHOEBUS, VA. LOCK BOX 225. HAMPTON. VA. Also Notary Pub'io with seal. A specialty of lota eontignous to Hamp? ton and Phoebus. P. B. MESSENGER, Genera! Carpenter, ?JIASDPACT0RBR OF?? BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, Frames, Sash, Blinds & Doors Mantels and ma 7-ly Mouldi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 May 1898

Members of His Staff An? nounced. ACTIVITY AT PORT TAMPA Important Developments Looked fur In the Near Future. Prompt Action to Follow tt Meeting of the Hostile Fleets. (By Telegraph.) TAMPA, FLA.. May 21.?In a general order today. Major General W. 11. Shatter formally assumed command -f the fifth, army corps, composed of the United States forces at lampa ano vi? cinity. He al^o rinaoumed ihe follow ing officers as members of rrs slitf: First Lieutenant It. H. Noble, first In? fantry aide: First Lieutenant J. E. .Mi ley, second artillery aide: Major S. J. Grosbeck, judge advocate ami acting aajutant general; Major J. W. Jacobs, chief quarternius tor; Colonel J. L. Western, assistant commissary general of subsistence, chief commissary; Ma? jor B. H. Pope, chief surgeon; First Lieutenant J. Thompson, ordnance de? partment, ordnance officer: First Lieu? tenant T. Green, signal officer attach? ed; Major W. G. Hayes, First Ohio vol? unteer cavalry. Major General Wade, with his staff offi...

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