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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 August 1898

FOR NEXT WEEK AT 2s o. 10 Queen St., Hampton,-Va. 51 Pairs W. L. Douglas Medium Weight Tan Shoes tobe closed under the price. Only one more case 12-4 Marsailles Quilts to be sold at 50 cents each. Only Two to Each Customer. Here is your chance ^?^^? e if ycu will but cal! real early, at J. r. ROWE'S. S. J. BROWN ??? GO., Dealers in Land. A. Heinickel, of Phoebus, well known as a thorough business man and sterling integrity and honor, has bought .the right, title and interest of C. Hoagland of about 130 lots ?called "Hoagland," three blocks from Quo street. Hampton, and it will lie known hereafter as "H12IN 1CK.KL." Mr. J. Brown owns one-third of the same and A. Hoiniekel two-thirds, having also bought out ,T. Davis Heed, of Norfolk These lots will be sohl very cheap. The investment of one or more lots, if bought now. will pay a tremendous per eenlage to the buyer, and w? have four farms with oyster water fronts one mile from Hampton, 17 acres each. Address, S.J. Brown <SC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 August 1898

iWsrtimas Captures the ^Stakes by Two Lengths. LONG DELAY AT THE POST I High Ue<tri>e Finishes Seeomi and Mr. Clay v> , iTliIrd.' Race Witnessed by 1C.UO? fe* I Eeople. JockeyH riiH-ii ,1 Suspended. ; >; 5 <Ry Telegraph.) ?T* SltW VOnk; Aug. 23.?Fifteerj Ihau Jsifa?dpeople saw Mat-timas at the long ^ISd?.s'of 40 id 1 win the grCrtt fu:ur:lv Staates at Pheephead Kay today ni?ii ?- -D.-irive c'lining second, while Hie puMir ptShoiees were nowhere. The day was ox ~ oessiv.-ly hot. The delay at" the pasi o-waj; the longest 'in record in this cputi '?^AThhe ripening o'r the betting Autumn ~ was.a favorite .over .tin- Fleis'-hm.iii ^stables. Dr.1 Elrliherg and Sir Hubert, jurat ai the end" was really Lite favorite. although his price was a little higher. s<The .-.pa en de tp the post began" at rive . minutes -past 4 and tho I weiit.v-t.hree ??"Voung'slers cantered up tin- track. Tli y '/reached the post in short order t!U.....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 August 1898

VOL III, NO. 203. Firemen to Assist in Laying the Corner Stone. TEXT BOOKS ADOPTED Several Important Cluing* h Made by the ISoiinl or s.h.iol 'iruneew. Maiiry'n<ii>ti|;r:ipliy <IIT till* List. If the plans agreed upon by the Board of School Trustees and a committee representing Bremond Lodge, No. 241. A. F. & A. M., are satisfactory lo Chief W. K. Slow, president of the Virginia Slate Firemen's Association, and the committee on entertainment, the laying of th.net' stone of ibe high school building, now under course of const ruc? tion, will be made a gala affair, for it is proposed to "well and truly lay" the stone on Thursday, September 20, tlie second day of the firemen's convention. This agreement was reached at a regular meeting of the Board of School Trustees, held in the First National Bank building last night. The suggestion that the laying of me stone lie postponed till the annual meet? ing of tile Virginia Slate Firemen's As? soci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 August 1898

? 2& i DAILY C. E. T HACK ER, Editor and Mnnager, PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT M< >.\i?A V BY THE 7'tit I i; Press tfontpaut; Limited. POSTOFFICE BUILDIXC. The Daily Pres? may lie obtained very morning at the following places: Cro'ssley Bros., Wasliington avenue J. A. Corey, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson, No. 7 Ivy a v. ntie. Parties other than those having ledg? er accounts with the paper, civic so? cieties and military organizations, are required to pay tor transient adver? tisements in advance. An increase of :!"l-a percent, will be charged for tran? sient advertisements not paid for In advance and no transient advertise? ment will be booked for less space Uian one inch. To illustrate: ,,no-half inch is r.O ??cuts, one Inch 7:. cents for one time, when paid In advance: but they will be $1.00 if cXarged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, which applies in all cases, irrespective...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 August 1898

S. J. BROWN / 60 , | Dealers in Land. A. Heiniekel. of Phoebus, well known | as a thorough business man and ot* sterling Integrity and honor, lias bought the right, title and interest of C. B Hnaghuul of about 130 lotSf " (fulled: "iloagland." three blocks fivim Queen I street. Hampton, and it will be known] hereafter as "H121N1C KBB." Mr. S. J. "Brown owns one-third of the same and j A. lleiniekel two-thirds, having also bought out J. Davis Heed, of Norfolk. These lots will be sold very cheap. The investment of one or more lots, if bought now, will pay :t tremendous per cetiiagc to the buyer, and w. have four | farms with oyster water fronts o mile from Hampton, 17 acres each. Address?, S. J. Brown &G.?, lock box 225 HAa/1 3 TOM, VIRGINIA I Wlir.ii VisitiiKj Hiosbiis Call at ? Music every afternoons I and night. | ng 9 ITHOS. ft. DOUGfiiy, f ? PROPRIETOR. ? Wi es, Litptors ami Cigars. 5 Meals at all hours. Lodging. J L'iilies* and (ii'iits' Dining Bai? lors up stairs. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 August 1898

Steamship Alicante Reaches; Corunna. GREETED BY BIG CROWDS! Queen Kegent Wire* Cmigratul.ttlotlK ti the Detente,1 Warrler? ?> ? tlielr t on lluct in the Field. NVuhhimI <;.>?*.p of Madrid. (By Telesnu.il.) COnr.VXA. SI WIN. Aug. .'1 .?The Spanish steamer Alicante, with the first ..f Spain's repatriated soldiers who arrived from Santiago .|. fuba tCach? ed here today. Enormous crowds gathered on : lo? th.? vessel, for feat- of the yellow fever All the military and civil authorities were present. Tho Qu.-en Regent sent a message Io the troops on hoard the Alicante, con? gratulating tie-in upon their eonduei in til.- field and saying thai sh. pro? posed to !>.? th.- first t.. welcome them home. The reading of the dispatch was re? ceived with great enthusiasm. The disembarkation is now in prog ress. There was n - yellow fever on board, though sixty died of other dis? eases during the voyage. BLANCO HAS r'l'1,1. POWER. RIADR1D. Aug. 21.- I I-. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 26 August 1898

VOL MI, NO. 204. FLEET WILL REMAIN Warships to Rendezvous in Hampton Roads. NO NAVAL RLV1EW SOON Advice* frniii WaHldugto i Ar? i<i the Kf r-. t Thai Ihe V? Kxt'lK Will Not He Ordered Awuy, Itut a l'nr?.le in Not 1'robiiMe, Warships returning from Cuban anil Porto Kiean waters will continue to rendezvous in Hampton Itoads, reports to the contrary notwithstanding. Information to this effect was f ceived ill a telegram yesterday from j Postmaster Fred Read, who. as a rep? resentative of Newport News, accom? panied a committee of Norfolk gentle? men, who wen; to Washington Wed? nesday evening to protest against the removal of the ships from Hampton ! Roads, No ehangi has been made in I the plans of the Navy Department, but I il is not probable that ; he vessels w ill j be reviewed while they are in these j waters, not in the near future, at any special dispatch from the Wash? ington correspondent of ihe Richmond I "Assistant Secretary Allen said to? day that the report publi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 26 August 1898

C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED KVERY MORSISO EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE ^aili} press Coisipnuij Limited. POSTOFFICE BUILDING. The Daily Press may Vie obtained every morning at the following places: Crossley Bros.. Washington avenue. J. A. Corey. Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. . Charles Robinson. No. 7 Ivy avi nue. Parties other than those having ledg? er accounts with the paper, civic so? cieties and military organizations, ate required to pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An increase of "33 1-3 per cent, will be charged tor tran? sient advertisements not paid for in advance and'no transient advertise ment will be booked for less space than one Inch. To illustrate: one-half inch Is SO cents, one Inch 75 cuts for one time, when paid in advance: but they will be $1.00 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 a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 26 August 1898

J. BROWN #? 60., Dealers in Land. A. Helnickcl, of Phoebus, well known I OS a thorough business mun and of [ sterling Integrity and honor, has bought the right, title and interest of C. 13 jdand of about ISO lots called "lloagluud." three blocks from Queen street, Hampton, and U will be known hereafter as "UEINICKKI*" Mr. S. J. Brown owns one-third of the same and A. Heinlclce! two-thirds, having also bought out J. Davis Reed, of Norfolk. These lots will be sohl very cheap. The investment of one or more lots, if j bought now. will pay a tremendous per [ Centage to the buyer, and we have four: cviih oyster water floods one mile from Hampton, 17 acres each. Address, . J. Brown &Co., LOCK BOX 225. JH5 A*VS P TO iM, VI RGIJMJ A s ? ? When Vlslthifl Phoebus Gail at | I THOS. "fl. DOUGfiTYi 8 PROPRIETOR, g Wi-BS, Liiiuors and Glfjars. * Meals at all hours. Lodging, ti Ladies' and Clouts' Dining , Par jj lors Hi) stairs. J Mellen etreet, near Mallory. * .'Music every afternoon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 26 August 1898

CAPT, TAYLOR'S KICK Dignified Protest Made to Admiral Samoson. INJUSTICE TU INDIANA Commnnilor of tlx- n:g Hatttohlp Calls Attention I? tlx- Pact Thin Hi* Vessel l>i<l IIB I'arl at Santiago. i By Telegraph.! WASHINGTON, Auk. 2.".?Admiral Sampson lias forwarded to the Navy Department the following letters whli li have passed between himself and Cap tali) Taylor, of the battleship in.liana: "Guantanamo Hay, Cuba, Aug, ''. ]>93. "Admiral: The report of Cotrim more Sciiley .m the battle of July ::id, us published, gives credit In the seventh paragraph to four ships and m illions b> name their captains. Philips Kvans, Clark and '?.ink. and adds: " The dense sniiko ..f the combat shut out from my view the Indiana and Gloucester, but as tju'se vessels their part In the conflict was tindei your Immediate observation.' "2. In your report, as published, you make hut slight mention ,f tiie In liana, staling that 'the Iowa and Indiana] huA'ing dune go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 27 August 1898

s?. <??>-0- $i>~Zl*- f.- i> ^ t r iSSOGidtOil a Press ! DiSiJ?tcte vgl iii, nq, 205. TO DISCUSS^EWERS Business Men lo Take Up the Matter. MONEY CAN BE SAVED No Keuton Why li e CV.V lalgho JSot Siljierluleml the I.'.iyh 1'lpt k tu I lit; Cm Iii 111;. Vu mlsHltl'ii loo Hasty. Tin' business moil propose to discuss mutters pertaining to tin- now sewer syst.-in which is now being construtted at a cost in- $;.-..ihiii. ami .der that they may inquire carefully into the matter ami take concerted action they have petitioned Mr. \V. B. Vest, presi? dent of the business Men's Association to call a special meeting of thai I. idy for next Monday night. President Vest will issue the call. The expenditure of $7:1.000 of public funds is not a small item, for the money must come mit of the pockets tie- tax-payers, aid il is proper that they should make so. inquiry. In do? ing so I hey cast no rllecli.in any? body. It is sim; ly a si, p prompted bj prudence...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 27 August 1898

? i i y .-?v . ? 11 ski 4.HJ8 |\irK DAILY P^?7^3 <Tf|e & at || jl rts4. C. E. THACKER. Kultur und Manager. published every mouxixo EXCEPT Ml ? -N i >.\ ?) 13 V TU E i(*aifui Press ??*"oittpnsui Urn itcd. ROST" 1FF1CE BUILDING. The Daily Press may bo obtained every morning at the following places: Civsslcy Rros.. Washington avenue. J. A. Corey. Acre. Chesap, al:e & i ihio Restaurant. Charles Robinson, No. 7 Ivy av, nue. Parlies other than those having ledg? er accounts with the paper, civic so? cieties and military organization-, a <? required to pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An Increase of :'.:! 1-3 per cent, will be charged far iran slent advertisements not paid for .n advance ami no transient advertise? ment will be hooked for less spme than one inch. To illustrate; on, -pair Inch is SO cents, one inch 7". cents for one time, when paid in advance: but they will be $1.00 if charged. Tran? sient advertisers wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 27 August 1898

S. J. Dealers in Land. A. Helnickel. of. Phoebus, well known as a thorough business man ami of sterling Integrity and honor, has bought the right, title and interest of C. li lloaglund of about 130 h.ts called "Hoagland," three blocks fivm Queen street. Hamilton, and it will be known hereafter as "HE1NICKEL.-' Mr. S. J. Brown owns one-third of the same and A. Helntckel two-thirds, having also bought out J. Davis Reed, of Norfolk. These lots will be sold very cheap. The investment of one or more, lots, if bought now, will pay a tremendous per centage to the buyer, and w? have four farms with oyster water fronts one mile from Hamilton, IT acres each. Address, S. J. Brown <SCo., LOCK BOX 225. H AMP TON, VIRGINIA ? When Visiting Phoebus Gall at 9 m L% THOS. "ft. DOUGHTY,! g PROPRIETOR. fj ? Wi' is, Liiiuors and Ciy.ir.s. * ? Meals at all hours. Lodging-. % ? L'ulies' ami Clouts' Dining Par- % i* lors mi stairs. J ? Mellen street, near Mallory. * 1 Music every afternoon ? 8 an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 27 August 1898

ftlPeSMPITE? Granted Another Lease of Life by Judge Waddill. APPEAL TO HIGHER COURT Ciivi.' cl Mur.leri-r. i: ?<ly to illxioli Hi Hie | t;:ill<iu?, Cru.Ka Uuwa hiiiI i:*p !-.?>.?.?* K-lcrel ill the M^y i.f (By Telegraph.! NORFOLK. VA., Aug. 21.?.lohn An dersen. who was to have b?en hanged in Hi.- Norfolk jail yard touay for Hie murder ol Male. Suumlvra, ? ?! the schooner Olive Pecker, ..n 111 - - high s. as in i-.'.<T. has been grain-d another I. .is-- of life by Judge waiidill, of tb I.-lilted States district court. . . J. .Morris arm Hugh Miller, young attorneys of this cite, vestsrdav. without the knowledge- of Anderseil, applied for a writ <>t hnb-..s corpus lion. Morris was 01 iginnllv Anders n's ii^orney. but .lunge rlugi.es. the dis? trict judge, reins .1 t,, at,point him i. - cause he represent, u some of the men accused with Andersen. The conten? tion today was ami .lud.;.- Hughes, in not allowing Andersen to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 28 August 1898

VOL III, NO.-200. FROM PORTO RICO Interesting Letters Written by Soldiers. GEM OF THE ANTILLES Cantmu* 3ud Seeuery Ol" tlie Iftlnu.l Oeseril?-. eil. ?Juo.-rt.iUle Tmuw iuul I'cca llur Natives. Want to ?t?-tiiru Home. The following letter giving a descrip? tion of Porto Rico, the gum of the An? tilles, was written'by a member of the Third Illinois regiment, which embarked here for Porto Rico several weeks ago, to a lady of this city: Camp Guayama, Porto Rico, Aug. 17.: We were ordered to cease all hostili? ties on August 13th (my birthday), when we were on the road to San Juan and were in front of their first fortifi? cations on the way. with our first bat? tery unlimbered and set ready for ac? tion, and would have 11 red in five min? utes more, while the Third Illinois, with my company right in the had. were placed along the road and we were within four hundred yards of the breastworks. They were plainly visible to us. but God's hand was again plain? ly shown in this war for humanit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 28 August 1898

f?llt Eni lg Press C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MON OA V BY THE SEtafhj Press ffomp.i!!!] Limite.-!. POPTOFFICB BUILDING. The Daily Press may be obtained every morning at the following places: Civissley P.ros., Washington avenue. J. A. Corey, Acre. Chesapeake & 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 33 1-3 per cent, will be charged for tran? sient advertisements not paid for in advance and no transient advertise? ment will be booked for less spate 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 $1.00 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 — 28 August 1898

I Entire stock of j WEBB & " ME ABS \- * Bought by f *J. F. ROWE, j. Hampton, Ya I Wait tor further flnnouncement, > No. 10 Queen St., Hampton, Ya. I Wiidi Visiting rhOsjlius Call at B 9 mos. f\. Douofny. PROPRIETOR ? Wfces, Lhi?ors anil Cigars. Meals at all hours. Lodging. Ladies'' ami (rents' Dining Par? lors up stairs. Mellen street, near Mallory. Music every afternoon I and nig-ht. mi W. W. WARREN News Dealer, Opposite the Postofflce I JllSt- RfiCfelVRfl i ^ A large line of ! Oxford Teachers' Bibles, J| With Index and Concord- f i auee. ^ ! PRICE, $1 to $5. 1 ?, . ... i f ? ? Also an assortment ' h of other Bibles, Ilym f .rials and Prayer Boots j for all denominations. J'HamDWn'KewsGo.. Js Masonic Building * Hampton, Ya. | Hampton College Classical school for Girls and Young Ladies, Session begin September 29th. For catalogue, &c, address, MISS FITCHETT, Hampton, Ya, For Kare Bargains in Call cn King St. Hampton, Ya. Farms,-houses and lots in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 28 August 1898

KISSiDTHE?OMiR?L Great . Demonstration in Honor of Sehley. AT NAVY DEPARTMENT Cheers Klent the Air und Old snd Young, MllleaiidKtnmlc Employer* ?tl Fonvnrri to Greet the Hero of Sunt Ingo. (By Telegraph.) WASHINGTON, Aug. 27.?Admiral Schley received a great demonstration at the Navy Department today. He came to .the department quite curly and after a call upon Acting Secretary Al? len he emerged from the main door ..f tile .secretary's office. His presence in the building hud become known and as s-oon.as He was seen cheers rent the air from; the clerks who had assembled to catch a glimpse of the hero of Santiago. Tue officers and clerks from the Navy. State and War Departments crowded the eorriders leading up to the Navy Department until it was impossible to pass througli. They crowded nr..und the admiral, reaching forward to shake his hand. The lady clerks were even more dem? onstrative, and the admiral was kissed by old and young without discrimina? tion. It was llnaily necessary ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 28 August 1898

PAGETS 5 TO 8 VOL HI, NO. 206. NAVAL GUN PRACTICE HOW IT IS CONDUCTED ON UNCLE j SAM'S SHIPS OF WAR. Btrinjrcnt Rules Govern Mio Soven Trial* That Each Vessel 31 ust Make Eaeh Year. I Condition** of Actual Hattle Observed as I Nearly as Possible There arc two kinds of target practice required in our navy?that known us sea practice and record practice. Stringent rules have been provided by the depart? ment prescribing six sea practices and one record practice annually, and any failure to hold such practice must be fully ex? plained, and only in the case of-.the most cogent reasons will the omission of target practice or the failure to properly expend the allowance of ammunition bo consid? ered justifiable. If vessels are in port when target practico is duo, they are compelled to get under way. proceed to sea and carry out their instructions. The object of at? tack is a triangular sail of three sides at? tached to an upright pole of about 15 feet in height stuck in a wooden frame whic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 28 August 1898

THE VARIOUS RANKS FROM CQH PORAL TO GENERAL. Only Fnur Americana Havo So Far Snr ceeded In Obtaining the Mnrli Coveted HiChent Military Title ? The Hank ami File of the Army. To begin with tho military unit, pri? vate is nn adjective thiit has In. a noun. Originally tho man in tlie ranks Wits 11 private soldier. The word soldici has been dropped, lor brevity's sake, and now the man with the gun is simply a private. The rank and fllo is what the private belongs to. A rank is a lineof men stand? ing side by side: able is a lineof men standing one behind another. The front ntti tile is always one man; its depth may beany number. When men are formed in two ranks, a tile consists of two men. The rank ami file t bcrcforeconstitutes tlie body of a force of soldiery. Tho title of the lowest noncommissioned officer is corporal. lie has charge of a squad, posts and relieves sent t ie-and lias certain disciplinary control in camp anil barracks. Sergeant, (which i- properly pronounced sai'genl)...

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