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

^ No. 10 Queen St. Hampton, Ya P. B, MESSENGER, General Carpenter, BUir.DrPS* supplies, Frames, Sasli, Blinds & Boors Matiti-As a?il QUEEN fSUEETT. HAMPTON VA. P. O. BOX 1U2 Read XQ > m? 853 VrV. w. Warren News Dealer, Opposite the Postofilce ^^c&"6H?&"?"*?-"?'"?"??-?---'3'"^ f JiLSt Rr.GRlVf.fl t \ \ Mi A few .lays ago wo advertised a rut nice sale ami the pal.lie responded u-ompily to our summons, as they mow we meant business and would dr vbat we advertised. And now it" you are in need .if cool ?lothing for hol weather you will never ta.ve a better opportunity to buy therm \ visit will prove t.. you that we can :iv<- you money on good clothing or Oxford Teachers' Bibles, ? With In.l.-x ami Concord- ^ f PRICE. $J to $5. w. e. l, aw son* Men's and Boys' Outfitters | linmptotl, \/o. h. J. BROWN / CO., Dealers in Land. A. ITeinlekol. v.f Ph...-bus. well known as a thorough business man and sterling integrity and honor, has bou...

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

MONUMENT TO KET 'The Star Spangled Banner' \Fittingly Memorized. \STING CEREMONY p cht it of the Author or t In rlotic Sudk l'o\?*llN the t I n lho Vrenenceof un hutlluslir Crowd. Sy Telegraph.) ?K, M:>.. Aug. ?.?Fron lie author of the "Sti Iner." was honored in thi fly, today by the dedlentio je monument ereeied to h Jinary ceremonies includ?. '\ which milltarv and civ t from all parts tl hient tie order of excreis. s Jil and Instrumental music. }v the Hon. Henry Watt, r -Jtuckv. an a.ldiess by Mrs. Lean, of New York, and an her McKenzie. ..!' Baltlnvo e. gwhich released tie. drapery tiie monument was then 'Miss Julia Mclleniy II .w laughter of Francis Scott iment erected to the memory ; Scott !<? y. aut hor of t he a il (tanner, and unveiled to ! < tlivet metery, in Freder 11., by his great granddaugh Mellenry Howard, of Balli Ists of tt circular pedestal ..r . ie on a series of wide spread ; The height of tins pedestal ?I'."" ji inches, and its br...

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

I ASSOGfaEBfl ! Dispatches. ? ?*S ^9 -O 4? -o <Q) ^ ^ >, VOL ill, NO. 191. WILL COME ASHORE Fifth Illinois Will Not Go to Porto Rico. WAS GRANT RECALLED' Reported ThiU nit Order H'as S.'iit to the Capi-a to Signal Ills Transport to Turn Ititvlc, Cut it < auio too I ate. The Fifth Illinois regiment. Colonel Culver commanding, embarked yester? day on the transport Obdam, but be? fore the ship weighed anchor yesterdrry afternoon for Porto Rico, orders were received by wire from the War Depart? ment directing that the transport should not sail. This means that the Fifth Illinois and probably no other troops will embark from this eltv for Port,, Pico, for the present at least. Some of the troops came ashore last evening and camped on the vacant lots near the wharf, and the others will disembark this morning at 7 o'clock. Further orders received last night directed that no more troops embark until farther orders were received to this effect. The order caus...

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

Wt\? JtaUg -p res s C. E. THACKEK, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT M< INDA V BY THE rOSTOFFIOE BUILDING. The Daily Press may he 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- i er accounts with this paper, civic, so- 1 lie-ties and military organizations, are required to pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An Increase of CO per cent, will be charged for tran? sient advertisements riot paid for in advance and no transient advestise ment will be booked for less space than one inch. To illustrate: one-halt Inch is 25 cents, one inch 50 cents for 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 o...

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

S. J. BROWN 60., Dealers In Land. a. Heinickcl, of Phoebus, well known as a thorough business man ami of sterling integrity and honor, has bought the right, title and interest of C. B lloagland of about .130 lots rail. .1 "I loagland," three blocks from Queen street, Hampton, and it will be known hereafter as "II I'll N ICKEL." Mr. S. J. Brown owns one-third of the same and a. Ileiniekel two-thirds, having also bought out .1. Davis Beed, of Norfolk These lets will he sold very cheap. The investment of one or more lots, if bought new", will pay a tremendous per cent age to the buyer, and we have four farms with oyslor water fronts one mile from Hamilton, IT acres each. Address, S,J. Brown &Co., LOCK BOX 225 HAMPTON, VIRGINIA P. R. MESSENGER, Generell Carpenter, M ANUK ICTL'UKil HP UtflLDSRS' SUPPLIES, Frames, Sash, Blinds & Oasf-5 qheen suKi-rrr. hampton va. P. O. BOX 10S trims* W. W. WARREN News Dealer,, Opposite the Postolflce I ,\ large line of f ? Oxford T...

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

MISSOURI DEMOCRATS. State Convention Convenes at Spring? field. (By Telegraph.) SPRINGFIELD. MO.. Aug. 10.? | Baldwin's theatre was crowded when Chairman S. B. Cook, of the stute com? mittee, called the state Democrat convention to order today. Congrest man Bland was introduced as tempi rary chairman, and was received wit great applause. He made a speech in which he referred to the financial p"ank of the Chicago platform, and said that issue must remain paramount until it | was settled and settled right. "We propose." he continued. "to make the campaign on that issue." He said the sentiments expressed in the declaration of war were unparitl lelled in the history of the world in its justice and love of humanity, and no partv ought to survive which would un? dertake to hov. r that standard of uni? versal freedom <>f manhood. Mr. Bland said he did not want to | see the convention declare itself in fa- | vor of annexing Cuba, or Porto Rico the Philippines. At the s...

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

Associated I Press { DISDutGlIGS. VOL ill, NO. m. WILSON LEFT Missionary Persona Non Grata to Christian People. * ASKED TO LEAVE CITY k, _ He, Wir. TlMV. U II..U?r?? ,l?s.l,.,..l S?,?e UHt SleeniK" l'..?H..,.K. r. Thrlr W'urli in -N.v.|.?rl N,,h Unless Missionary t irings churn, 'lark, a su,,| i..i I; .i.l avii ?leans up a cloud ihn ivor him. ii will appear i thai the "kettle is ealliu; Wilson, v. h tainst the pi-v. w. ^ I c?-laborer i? ,,, bla< k. al davs ?wpori i\. ?SS tie.I ill lie' claimed I., he missionaries at, began to hohl meetings in \A heu I hey first >. I > in tin slopped al lie- . 'ellti'til Ii.I l,aio.d Metropolitan. 1 'itinll> lb r 1:1 r. .1. M. He k. w lived r the ,?.0, ll'iled ii: Hie d. and M tile m naneiully, kindly in of their iioiisc. .\". street. 1.. 11,. m and V.eleollle. Up I., that tiiue the missionaries a).par. ally the best ,,1 ! r.wods. \\ nib hearty n :ipp eltt ospei .Mi.-.^nr. al a salary of f.SO nil. lb- bad b...

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

C. 12. TRACKER, Editor and Man i. DAILY PRE^S PUBLISIlrTD BVISItT MTU IN I NO EXCEPT Mi iN'VJA V iI V T11 E Elstal? f i'ess ?c-Hipnuy, E?STOFFICE BUILDING. The Pally Press may be obtained every morning at the following pla. .?: 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 r.i! per cent, will be charged for tran? sient 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 2:1 cents, one inch f?0 cents fur tme time, when paid in advance: but they will be ?.r. cents If charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, which applies In all cases, irrespective of financial responsibility. Advertis...

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

S. J. BROWN / GO , Dealers in Land. A. TIcinickel, of Phoebus, well known as a thorough business man and of sterling integrity and honor, has bought the right, title and interest of C. B lloagland of about 130 lots called ??lloagland," throe blocks from Queen . street. Hampton, and it wall be known hereafter as "HRINICKBU" Mr. S. J Brown owns one-third of the same and A. Hcinickcl two-thirds, having also bought out .1. f'avis lieed. of Norfolk These l,,ts will he sold very cheap. The investment c?f one or untre hits, if bought now. will pay a tremendous per ceutage to the buyer, and we have four farms with oyster water fronts one mile from Hampton. 17 acres each. Address, 8 J. Brown <SCo., LOCK BOX 225. HAMPTON, VIRGINIA P. B. MESSENGER, General Carpenter, -MANUFACTURER OK BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, Frames, Sash, BSinds & Doors ManieJs and Mouldings. QUEEN SREETT, HAMPTON VA. P. O. BOX 1U2 W.. W. Vi/ARRBN News Dealer, Opposite the i?o=stoflk:e { Jiist Rmwd i i Oxford...

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

American Coal Passer In? stantly Killed. THE SPANISH LOSS HEAVY Crewon the Steam Liuim li from the tiiin boat Hrancrofr Il?vf a Tlirllllug Kxperle.1? Capturing u Frize Schooner. KEY AVKST. FI.A.. Aug. 11.?12:30 P. M-?Emanuel Koulouris, a coal passer on tin- gunboat Bancroft, was shot and instantly killed during a sharp engage? ment with Spanish riflemen at a point of land jutting in Coriis bay. on the south coast of the province of Binar del Rio. on August 2. It is not known bow many Spaniards' lives paid for his. but the Spanish loss was undoubtedly severe. On the morning of that day the Ban? croft was cruising about Rottes bay, on blockade duty, when a sail was seen elose to the land, about ten miles to the northward. The gunboat's steam launch was armed with a one-pounder, and Lieutenant Henry B. W ilsen, with fourteen men. all carrying titles, was shot into the sea to intercept the stran? ger. By the time the steam launch readied that point, the schooner had worked into a port, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 13 August 1898

I Dispawsli?s. vol 111, no. m. Ol. THEJ?BPATH Mrs. C. E. Wilson Threatens to Use a Horsewhip. THEIR SIDE OF THE CASE The Mi?sl>.iiiiry and ItU Wife Mi.be State? ment b K.-i;:ii.lli.'g Their IV.nk in K ivpurl New?. Hui II ivo Ii> S, ^v.' Ihn City. Mis. Wili-on. wife or Missionary C. E. Wilson. against whom certain charges have been ihade a ml' wjio is now doint; misionary work In Phoebus, called a; the Daily 1-r iss ..Hie- y, s erday to enter a denial to the charges, saying they were untrue. Mrs. Wilson took exception to the sentence, referring to her as "the woman claimed by-Wil? son as his wife:" To prove llmi she is the wire of the missionary she produced a marriage certificate show that she was married t.i Wilson ill Mew York on "February iff. ISM, by'the Uev. Henry ?Wilson. ' at Rernehel Chapel, lb r maiden name,'she claims, was "Miss Willow I'leVaux. Questioned regarding the charge thai she came In the city under an assum? ed name, she ml mi tied thai she ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 13 August 1898

?I -p?wiriMjlili^l 1 II ii C. E. THACKER. Editor and Jlan.-ig* em M if DAILY PUBLISHED EVERY MOHNE . EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Dnily 3prifse Cos?tpnny, POSTOFFK'H 'BUILDINO. The I >.-i i 1 v Prosa may lie obi a every morning at the following |i Crossley Uro?.. Washington av, i Chesapeake & i dilo Restaurant. Charles Robinson, No. 7 lty aV" Parties other than those having ledg? er accounts with this paper, civic . ? tieties and military organizations, ace required to pay r?.r transient adver? tisements- in advance. An Increase of I.? per e.-nl. will be charged for tran? sient advertisements not paid for In advance and no transient advcstise ment will he booked f.u- less space than one inch. To illustrate: one halt Inch is it. cents, one Inch f,o cents fo? otle time, when paid in advance: hut they will be 7B cents if charged. .Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering this uotlce, which applies In all cases, irrespective of 11 nabeln} responsibility. Adv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 13 August 1898

S. J. BROWN #60., Dealers in Land. A. Beluick. I, of. Phoebus, well known as a thorough.,business man and of sterling Integrity ami honor, lias bought the right, title ami Interest of C. I! . Roagl?nd of about ISO lots called "Hoaglund," three blocks from Queen street, Hampton, and It will bo known hereafter as "BE1NJCKKL." Mr. S. J Brown owns one-third of the same and A. Heiniekel two-thirds, having al.-o bought out J. Davis Kcc-d, of Norfolk 'These lots will be sold very cheap. The inv.-stu-.ent of one or more lots, if 'bought now. will pay a tremendous per -tvntage to the buyer, and we have four farms with oyster water fronts one :tni!e from Hampton, 17 acres each. A.d dress, 8 J. Brown &Cq.} LOCK BOX 225 HAMPTON, VIRGINIA P. B. MESSENGER, General Carpenter, -KAXUFiCTUUEl: OF BUILDERS* SUPi'LILS. Franks, Sas*, BIS^ils & Oucrs IV! a of cJs ami MouS<! irj<5?i? .QUEEN SREETT, HAMPTON V.l. ? P. O. BOX 1?S Something to ? Read to w. vv. war...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 13 August 1898

Official Statement by Secre? tary Day. TO CEASE HOSTILITIES Prealdene .McKluloy Issues a I'r.x'liimittioii ami Direct* That All .Military ami NmvhI Operation* Agala*t the ^ Euciuy be Suspended. (By Telegraph.) WASHINGTON, Aug. 12.?An official statement for |>jess publication, ting u?t the provisions of the peace protocol, was read and approved al the cabinet session t ?day. It was prepared by Secretary Day. the purpose hu ng to make it public immediately after the required signatures had been affixed to the protocol: it .iocs not give the text of the document, but details its mam points and provisions, which are as-f..l lows: 1. .That Spain will relinquish' all claim of sovereignty over and tun- to Cuba. 2. That Porto ltico and other Span? ish Islands in the yVesi Indies ami an island in the I.adrones to he s. leoi.-.J by the United States shrill he ceded lo ihe latter. 3. That the United States will occti) v and hold, the city, bay and harbor or Manila pending the. concl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 14 August 1898

PAGES 5 TO 8 VOL 111, NO. 194. A WOMANBOOMER. SHE ATTRACTS EMIGRANTS AND CAP? ITAL TO HER STATE. A Failure at Millinery but a Success In Let-luring for California Railroads?'Tin Suid Mie Call Ilooin Wostern Land WllH Mure Gllhness Than it Hook Agent. California has a novelly in woman? hood. She is Mrs. Janet Macdonald. whose business is to go about the coun? try lecturing to attract emigrants and capital to the Pacific coast, it is said that she can boom Western land with more glibness than a book agent can boom a book. Mrs. Macdonald is an excellent speaker, and her lectures de? scribing the natural resources and ad? vantages of California are illustrated with kinetoscope pictures taken direct? ly under her supervision. She owns frankly that .she was a failure as a milliner and says she'd rather, talk up California than do anything else she ever tried. Avcord'.ng to Chicago Tri btine, her bread-winning road has not always been so easy to travel as it is since the railroad companies...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 14 August 1898

DON'T WORRY. Don't worry, though above yonr brad The threatening storinelouds meet. She rainbow as of yore shall spread ... Its sign of promise pftxvt. The flowers fled v. lien winter may Proclaimed again in- cruel sway, Yet early blossoms smile and say, "Don't won y." Don't worry, though the noontide lind Your footsteps fuiterinjr. The morn's glad hopes left far hi hi nil? The day its joy shall In fug. ?When sunset's riulianl curtains full, Sleep's angel, ready at tin: rail Of. night, shall whisper low tu all, "Don't worry." Don't worry, though with little good Your eager quest seem fraught. He tharlias striven us lie could Has striven uh lie ought. Asli nut how destiny was planned. The little that we understand hi eloejuellt with the command, ??Don't worry." ?Washington Star. IT GENERATES HEAT. [The Incaudenceut KI?*etric Lamp Not an Safe an Supposed. M The incandescent, elect ric lamp is es.-eu tinliy adevice which transformselectricity ?artly into light, but. mostly into heat. ;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 14 August 1898

he Flag of Freedom Floats Over whose mission is to protect mir shores?and fight Everybody is' eager to l;ii<?\\ more; a bout these superb fortresses which guaid the nation's honor. We have /arranged f or our readers t<> ?eenre ("or a merely nominal sum a Portfolio iSeries in ten pans, each containing 1(5 reproductions <>' special pho? tographs, WO hi all, each ccompanied l>\' Lxplanatory ^ext, in which are Desc ri bed the vessel's armor, guns, en? gines, pi.wer, etc. In short, he very information wauled "or a full understanding of the fighting and manoeuvers of the lleets and single vessels But this is NOT ALL yon get out of the ''Indiana" ' Brooklyn" "< iolimibia" "Oregon" 'Wlinneapolis" * - *? ? l> ? ? dmi utter. "Katahdin" "New York." "Texas" "A mphitrite" "Baltimore" anil inaiiij others. optfolio the reader feels oyi turning the last leaf that he has had for the islands which the ships' will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 14 August 1898

AN INBuVriW VvHioNOlv?KKVtt.?UMn CREDIT FOR OUR PROSPERITY. In tho latf Packing Year 80.000.000 Hoc? Paused Tferouch, tlie Western 1>I abllsli Ulents, foiuinc Oat lu 3,333.333,333 los. or Lard, Pork, Kiln ann Ham*. It is deeidedly unfair to an industry with which the name of Chicago is in-, separably linked and to an animal ?whose rotund and bristly back bears no small share of the burden of west? ern economy to attribute all credit for the country's financial salvation to the wheat field and the: corn field, says the Chicago Daiiy News. No possible grouping of figures in respect to the yield, price and exports of grain Is more striking and impor? tant in accounting for the great eco? nomic advance of the agricultural classes than the statistics of the hog industry are. It is true that the country enjoyed an unusually large yield of. wheat and corn for which greatly advanced prices were received. But consider the hog! In the packing year, which ended this spring. 20,000,0...

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

VOL HI, NO. 195. THIRD GOES TODAY Kentucky Regiment Leaves for Lexington. PENNSYLVANIA NEXT UaUaliuiiort.hu Sixteenth Starts 'tomor? row r.ir .Hldilletnwii, 1'n. other Troops Wilt follow Tili? Week. The Third Kentucky regiment. Colon? el Smith commanding, will lie the first'| to lireak c:inii> above the shipyard ami Inian! the train lor Lexington. Ky.. whither the troops, with tin- exception of tin- Third Battalion of the Sixteemh Pennsylvania, have been ordered. Orders came yesterday directing that the Third Kentucky i- gim -nt should leave Newport New*, tip to this time these troo|!.s had not received moving orders. It was intended that the Ponnsylvenia troops, which go to Middlolow.-i. I'a., should be the lnsi to leave, but last night it was learned that the Chesa? peake & Ollii.? Uniiwuy Company w uld have forty-eight coaches here today in time for troops to load, jusi enough for a regiment, and it wad decided that the Third Kentucky, on account of sicknes...

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

C. E. TH ACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVBRY MORN I.VC EXCEPT MX INDA V BY THE ^Pallg Jlrcss Company Limited, POSTOFFICE BUILDING. Tlie Daily Press may be obtained every morning at tlie following places: Crossley Bros.. Washington avenue. J. A. Corey, Acre. Chesai>eake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson, No. 7 Ivy avenue. Parties other than those having ledg? er accounts with the paper, civic so? cieties and military organizations, are required to pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An increase of :?,?. 1-3 per cent, will he charged for tran? sient advertisements not paid for in advance and ik? transient advertise? ment will be booked for less space than one inch. To illustrate: one-half Inch is 50 cents, one inch 75 cents for one time, when paid in advance: but they will be $1.(10 if 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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