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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 29 May 1898

^^SK^mf^v^'^j 1M1 ?."in> twit flMjffl11*^ LARGEST CMRGUL.ATION. \ VOL III, NO. 129. NEWPORT NEWS, VA.. SUNDAY, MAY 20, 169o! Pres! DISP?tGilSS. PRICTT s'ngle"copy,two cen t ItXV^jl one week -ten CENtI GAU DAYTOMORROW Flag Raising at Camp War? burton. MANY VISITORSEXPECTED Bauuera Purchased by Ladies of Newp, Siiwa. Presentation Spe.cli |>y Mayor Post. Kxerclses Com. uieuc-eut 3::to O'clock. The celebration of the national dect ration day will be u-gala occasion i Newport News. The criet interest in the day's cerenu nies will center about Camp Wurbui ton where there will be raised, with fitting dignity and splendor, for the I ,rst time to flutter above the heads of Pennsylvania's suns since their advent upon Virginia soil, the symbol which today binds the hearts of all Americans together and wipes away all trace of bitterness which once separated the North and the South?the Star .Span? gled Banner. It will be a splendid spectacle that ?will be witnessed at the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 29 May 1898

|fe PUBLISHED EVE BY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE l&ailg SPn?ss <?oin prsny, POSTOFFICE BUILDINO. .The Daily Press may be obtained ptVery morning- at the following jjIui e. aij;Crossley Bros., Washington avenues. j. A. Cory, Acre. /Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. jCharles Robinson, No. 7 Ivy avenue g.Partles other than those having lodg g?er, accounts with tills paper, civic so ^pieties and military organizations, are giprequired to pay for transient adver jj?Sllsements in advance. An increase ot 9SPj$ per cent, will be charged for tran ig?lent advertisements not paid for in fegadvance and no transient advestise gU?iment will be booked for less space *?jthan one Inch. To Illustrate: one-half ?^,Inch Is 25 cents, one inch GO cents foi ""fcXme time, when paid in advance; but ?.khey Will be 75 cents If charged. Tran JBient advertisers will save money by ^remembering this notice, which applies ig?jjln all cases. Irrespective of financial expansibility. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 29 May 1898

A new- arrival from our Northern factories and just? ly named after a celebrated man. The Dewey Hat is just like the admiral? in four shades?black, brown, pearl and tan?and though the price should be $.*?.00 While they last you may have khem for $ 2.00. Blue serges and black serges, both sttg|]e and dou? ble breasted. The proper thing for summer we. r. Children's clothes at prices to fit all pocket books, and astonishing values at that. THE ?iota and Moore's om smna Queen Street, Hampton, Va. 'Look for the red front. from healthy cows ?stable &s clean as a house and al? ways open for tnspeotion?6 cents a quart oor 3 cents a pint. Milk from Jer? sey cows 8 cents a quart or 4 oeni?s a plat in glass botUes. Delivered amy ?wfciere to *he city. J. E< Langslovu. abla for the furntturs delivery busi? ness. Apply to J. B. BKITT1NQ HAM, Hampton Furniture Co. S. j. BROWN, Successor to Brown & Hoagland, REALESTATE, COLLECTION AND LAW. OFFICE?The little cottag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 29 May 1898

JTL??fSif^NEWY?RK Cruiser Arrives from West Indian Waters. HOW CABLES WERE CUT Men Tell or ? Uru?b With the Spaniards at Santiago. ?Ig Wanhl?! Will Mount Large ?uns. (By Telegraph.) NEW TORK. Way 28.?The auxiliary cruiser St. Louis arrived here from "West Indian waters this morning. She has been ordered to the Cramps ship? yard at Philadelphia, where it is in? tended to place upon her six G-inch quick firing rilles and thus make net equal to the St. Paul. The St. Louis carried only four 6-pounders. The incident of the attempt to sever cable communication between Cuba and the rest of the world which was one of the latest in which the St. Louis engaged during her stav in West In? dian waters, is told its follows bv one who was on board the cruiser: "Orders were given by Admiral Sampson to Captain Goodrich on May 15 to take the tieet tender in tow and proceed to Santiago de Cuba and out the cables at that point. The grappling implements were secured from the tug Wampatuck on May 10 and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 31 May 1898

LARGEST OiROUC^TION. ftssoGlated Press VOL III, NO. 130. NEWPORT NEWS, VA.. TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1898. PRTPTT single copy,two cen r ivi v^ jEj one week -ten cents -s Bullet from Revolver of Un? known Man. BILLY NOLAN MAY DIE. Maudlin Kraut, lie In 1'un.ble or Uiiivlllir to Disclose IdeUllly ur His Ap.iilii.ru. Impossible tu Dtgecover Ex? tent of Injuries. Maudling drunk. In a helpless con? dition, Billy Nolan, a white man about. thirty years of age. was shot by a young man, whose Identity re? mains unknown, and from the effects of the wound Inflicted he may die. The difficulty occurred about 10 o'clock last night behind Baxter & Rodgers' malt liquor house on Lafay? ette avenue, near Thirty-eighth street. What the trouble waa which led to the shot which may prove fatal, cannot be learned, as Nolan, dazed by the wound, and senseless from the liquor which he had been drinking, could not be Induced to give Information concern? ing the shooting. A crowd soon gathered near thev sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 31 May 1898

TECAOKfiiR. Editor andMan??. B* PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING K EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE ?aifg f r?ss donapautj, POSTOFFICE BUILDING. The Dally Press may Iip obtained Spvery morning at the following pit v ..Crossley Bros., Washington avenues. r"j. A. Cory, Acre. f>. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson. No. 7 Ivy avenue g Parties other than those having lodg |^pr accounts with this paper, civic so 'ffTcletles and military organizations, an ?*4 required to pay for transient adver 1: tlsemehts in advance. An increase o ?M;60 per cent, will be charged for tran n^nent advertisements not paid for Ii .?.fadvance and no transient advestise %t, xaent 'will be bonked for less spue ;i;'-than one Inch. To illustrate: one-bat '?.'' Inch Is 25 cents, one inch SO cents foi gi'xone time, when paid In advance: hut they will he 75 cents If charged. Tian s$:Blent advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, which applies gSln all cases. Irrespective of financial resp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 31 May 1898

^HAMPTON ABVBH'PIBHjiEWwa. The De way Hat A new arrival from our Korthern factories and just? ly named after a celebrated man. The Dewey Hat is just like the admiral? A Winner, WeMaveff in four shades?black, brown, pearl and tan?and though the price should he $11.00 frhile they last you may have fchem for $2.00. Blue serges and black serges, both sjfrglc and dou? ble breasted. The proper thing- for summer wesu*. Children's clothes at prices to fit all pocket books, and astonishing values at that. THE doiinson and Moore's Old siond Queen Street, Hampton, Ya. {jt^PLook for the red front. Successor fo Brown & Hoagland, REALESTATE, COLLECTION AND 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 Hmup ton and Phoebus. The Very .Thing To Send to Sons and Sweathearts. ? Tioy Testament. I rT,? ? ? ' W. W. WARREN News Dealer, Opposite the Post office Notice. At a meeting...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 31 May 1898

? "* - j ?3ofcStaa?-3 rrtiCE Tim } j 1 ?-?-:-1 ,. Ootcr?- Basfat^i. ctfOfcits. ??a, j^?. j ' ?HOTyrtaie. 3 <tbs?* Stim is pa. ~*=? 9i she =>wri bes*fic^3 resists to 3 bBaA- Is 4? Ha? o?utenrioo el Atsuj Jto?^ ib* Boke o? Sora, aaa.swna m ose tvrtsg. Soyai. ptotosS' br?rh* ' h?Gd. X? p*opie ?seid b* -. deroc ?S to wrwctrr te tr?*???* ?WKhlacd. Tb?? a?T* barfed *r?i ??lter zaeoaorj- a hundred fathoms d**p ?uad stand sfcosidtr w sbwaMer witi the Xorth for is* Sa? aod oa* " * Tos ?i: whether the <~oaf?-i? ?te nags cbvoii be returned to the Swath. J s&j- witboa: bestaiioii Ihw *ocb action oc the p?rt of this govern? ment would be right and proper, i do oot believe there to a tr^an in all th* North. -Kiii a Just conception of what I? best for th* country, who wflj object to restoring to th- South tfee old they fought under. ? ? ? Xotbiajc should b* left undone to keep ev? ?; fiood tide th* harmony and the tore that now prevails between North an...

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

OIRCUUATION. VpL III, NO. 140. Associated Press Dispatches. NEWPORT NEWS, VA.. SATURDAY, JUNE11, 1898 Ot?TOTT SINGLE COPY, TWO CENTS, r tVlVJXIi ONE WEEK, TEN CENTS. SOLONS_]N_SESSIO Special Meeting of the Coun? cil Last Night. THE GARBAGE ORDINANCE City Take? Step? lo o?> Ihn Work of t.'ollecl ?SKi ru.e Malter. Nu Autuu ?. w Irllffs. N?w P. Ilue Cuiu ?.lMilom VOial.r, . The common council held an adjourn? ed meeting last night to dispose of im? portant unfinished business, mi of the members were present except fJonricll inen Mu gier. Thomas and Roane. CITY WILL LO THE WOflK. Atler auditing the hills the uulinlsh ed business was taken up. Chairman Hughes reported from tue ordinance committee the ordinance regulating the removal of garbage by the city and creating the ottice ot superinti ndent of garbage at a salary of $li? a month. Before the ordinance was adopted several alterations were made. the most important uf which invested the health officer with the power of ap? ...

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

?f$e Baits Press? C. E. THACKER, Editor &r.d Managet. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Dailg $}Tess ?ouipatiu, POSTOFFICE BU1LDINC1. 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 ot 60 per cent, will be charged for Iran Bient advertisements not paid for In advance and no transient advestise 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 if charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, which applies in all cases, irrespective of financial responsibility. Advertising rat...

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

HAMPTON ADVERTISEMENTS. The time is now tit hand to Purchase Light Weight Clt tiling. AVe offer you some rare bargains, ami hope to set you the proud possessor ol one of our i-uiLs. Men's Serges. Black and Blue. Single? and I)ouble Breasted, $5.50, $<> 50, $7.50 & $ 10.00 White Trousers. 75c , $1.00 & $1.25. Blue Serge and Light Flan? nel Coats, unexccll d variety at prices ranging from 50c to $4.00. In Hats and Furnishings we continue to forge to the front with the be-t qualities at lowest figures. THE Queen Street, Hampton, Ya. jfl^^Loolc for the red front. S. j. BROWN, Successor to REALESTATE, COLLECTION AND LAW. Also Notary Pul>!ic with seal. OFFICE?The little cottage oppo? site Poplar avenue, PHOKBUS, VA. LOCK BOX 225. HAMPTON. VA. I have some lots in the vicinity of Phoebus and Hampton to sacrifice at war prices, though the shrinkage in values of rtal estate makes it to your Advantage to Boy at Once, as the. only shrinka...

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

HORRIBLE ACCIDENT Two Men Instantly Killed by a Torpedo. sr r ? - THREE OTHERS INJURED Tlitv Wers Engaged iu Testing '?'?? Deadlj Explosive Wljrii lc Wmh A <-. Men t ly Flrtd. One of ih? I'nT.r (unutea Blown tu Atviiin. (By Telegraph.) JACKSONVILLE. FLA.. June 10.?A terribly distressing accident accurrtd at St. Johns Bluff this morning at about 9 o'clock, in which J. J. O' Kourke and Ed Houston, two well known young citizens of Jacksonville were instantly killed, and Lieutenant Harts, of the United States engineer corps, was seriously injured and a ste? nographer named Bamham and a ne? gro were also painfully hurt. For several weeks Lieutenant Harts ha:s been engaged in laying mines in the river at St. Johns Bluff. He has been assisted In this work by J. J. O'Rourke. who for a number of years has been the line foreman of the West? ern Union Telegraph Company. This morning Mr. O'Rourke and Mr. Hous? ton were near the cable house on tie bluff and were testing a torpedo. Lie...

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

--Associated Press DIspatches. VOL III, NO. 141. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION NEWPORT NEWS, VA.. SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 1898. PRICE SINGLE COPY, TWO CENTS ONE WEEK. TEN CENTS. BEGINS THIS WEEK Work to Be Commenced on the High School. TO LAY THE FIRST BRICK Little Agnes, Daughter of Prof. H. H. Epes, Will Probably Be Asked to start thee Masonry on the New Building. Unless there is a change In the pres? ent plans Messrs. Peddicord & Co.. to whom was awarded the contract for erecting the high school building, which is to occupy the square bounded by Washington and Lafayette avenues and Thirty-first and Thirty-second streets, will break ground for the structure some time Tuesday. At an adjourned meeting of the Board of School Trustees Monday night the contract will be signed and the bond accepted. There is every reason to believe that the city bonds will be taken up in a few days by Rudolph Kleybolte &. Co.. of Cincinnati, and in order lo have the building completed as earl...

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

The Daily Press C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Daily Press Company, LIMITED POSTOFFICE BUILDING. 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 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 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. Advertising rates furnished on appli...

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

HAMPTON ADVERTISEMENTS. Your Summer Sui The time is now at hand to Purchase Light Weight Clothing. We offer you some rare bargains, and hope to see you the proud possessor of one of our suits. Men's Serges. Black and Blue. Single and Double Breasted, $5.50, $6.50, $7.50 & $10.00 White Duck Trousers. 75c.. $1.00 & $1.25. Blue Serge and Light Flannel Coats, unexcelled variety at prices ranging from 50c. to $4.00. In Hats and Furnishings we continue to forge to the front with the best qualities at lowest figures. THE FAMOUS, Johnson and Moore's Old Stand Queen Street, Hampton, Va. Look for the red front. S. J. BROWN, Successor to Brown & Hoagland, REAL ESTATE, COLLECTION AND LAW. Also Notary Public with seal. OFFICE--The little cottage opposite Poplar avenue, PHOEBUS, VA. LOCK BOX 225. HAMPTON, VA. I have some lots in the vicinity of Phoebus and Hampton to sacrifice at war prices, though the shrinkage in values of real estate makes it to your Advanta...

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

PROGRESS OF WAR Sampson Communicates with the Navy Department. HIS OFFICIAL BULLETIN Hobson Will Undoubtedly Be Made a Lieuteuant Commander and Will Receive the Thanks of Congress for Courageous Exploit. (By Telegraph) WASHINGTON, June 11.--The Navy Department was in communication to? day with Admiral Sampson off Santia? go by cable and by mail, with the re? sult that it is now known officially that the American flag floats over Cuba; and that it was raised by Uni? ted States marines at the mouth of Guantanamo Bay. The marines who have thus glorified themselves were 800 in number. They were obliged to fight for their lives, and in the course of that fight to burn down the town chosen as the site for debar? kation. All is ready at Guantanamo now for the landing of United States regular troops as soon as they arrive there, the marines holding the ground that they won and being protected by the guns of the Marblehead under Cap? tain McCall. Regarding the fleet of transports no statemen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 12 June 1898

We can't help it if our competitors rare. W e are practical merchants, and if we want to *> sell our own goods at our own prices, it's all to tl 1.3 advantage of on reu st ?mers; We are not in business for fun, our prices often cause a ripple of pleasure over the buying public. We herein quote you some smiling prices, Come to ffet the full benefit. OF DRESS GOODS. We have taken every short length out of our Dress goods stock, ranging from 1-2 to 7 yards in length. Here is the list with regular price per ya:d, the value aud .our remnant - sale -price. If you see some you want come Quick, as others nnay want tht? same and get it. 3 1-4 Navy Serge, was 9Se a yard, worth $3.19, Remnant price $1.00. 1 3-4 Diagonal Blue.6S?$1.14 ? 75 4 Henrietta .75?$3.00?$2.00 6 3-4 Navy Serge .25?1.44?1.00 3 1-4 Navy Mohair.25?SI?50 6 Purple Cashmere .19?1.14?00 6 1-3 Novelty Dress Goods 25?1.58?1.00 3 Novelty Dress Goods .25?75?1.00 2 1-4 Novelty Dress Goods _35?79? 50 2 7-8 Novelty Dress Go...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 12 June 1898

NEVER WERE HIGH GRADE SHOES SOLD SO LOW. Never was this store better prepared to give you some most notable bargains. The Iarge purchase which we made recently enables us to offer you the following at the extraordinary MONEY-SAVING PRICES. Misses' Tans, spring heel, strap sandals, all solid leather, with satin bans and nickle buckels. Regular Value $I.00, Closing Price 48c. Ladies' Vici Tan and Black Oxford Ties, in coin and opera toes. A very sightly shoe, Regular value $1.25, closing price 73 cents. Ladies' Tan Vici Kid Lace Shoes, hand sewed, in all the leading styles. Reglar value $3.00, closing price $1.98 MEN'S SATIN CALF LACE SHOE, SOLID LEATHER. EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED. REGULAR VALUE $1.75 CLOSING PRICE 95 CTS Ladies' Genuine Vici Kid Shoes, button and lace, hand turned. A very neat and dressy shoe. Regular price $2.25, closing price $1.25. Men's Tan Vici Kid Lace Shoes, hand sewed, silk vesting top, in coin and bull dog toes. Regular value $4. closing price $2.50. Youths' Tan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 12 June 1898

The Flag of Freedom Floats Over Our Warships - whose mission is to protect our shores-and Fight Everybody is eager to know more about these superb fortresses which guard the nation's honor. We have arranged for our readers to secure for a merely nominal sum a Portfolio Series in ten parts, each containing 16 reproductions o5 special pho- "Indiana" tographs, 160 in all, each ' ' Brooklyn" accompanied by Explanatory ' ' Columbia' Text, in which are Described the vessel's armor, guns, engines, power, etc. In short, the very information wanted for a full understanding of the 'Oregon'' "Minneapolis" "MAINE" Before and After. "Katahdin" "New York" "Texas" "Amphitrite" "Baltimore" and many others. fighting and manoeuvers of the fleets and single vessels. But this is NOT ALL you get out of the Series Portfolio for the islands which the ships will protect will receive] their share of attention, and -- Lee in Havana the reader feels on turning the last leaf that he has had Cuba Illustrated Pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 12 June 1898

DUTCH RULE IN JAVA.' How the Hollanders Successfully Man? age a Distant Possession. (St. Louis Globe-Democrat.) Holland has a colony at a greater distance from that country than the Philippine Islands are from the United States. Moreover, the colony is of about the same tpye as the Philippines. Consul Skinner at Marseilles has sent to the Department of State an interest? ing letter on the way the government of the Netherlands manage its far-off possessions. He writes: "In view of the recent developments on land and sea, I deem it proper to communicate some observations made to me by a subject of the government of the Netherlands qualified to speak on the topic of the Dutch rule in the island of Java. "This important possession came into the hands of Holland late in the sev? enteenth century, and, thanks to a wise and benign administration which, though only occupying only a small corner of Europe, boasts of subjects numbering about 40,000,000. While the civil government of Java is c...

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