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

FINANCE AND COMMERCE Market Quotations From the Leading Business Centers. The great rush at the clos? ing* out sale at the store of WEBB & MEABS This Week a number of custo? mers have been turned away, as we were unable to wait upon them. We have many bargains left. Please call again, when we will i be better prcpa* ed to wait on you fiamptott Bureau of ?hc ?ailu Phoebus Pank Building, King Street. Telephone No. 18. J. F. E a b. J. uivuim a Dealers in Land. A. Heinickel, 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. ! Hoagland of about 130 lots called "Hoagland." three blocks Crom Queen j street, Hampton, and it will be known ; hereafter as "HEINICKEL." Mr. S. J. Brown owns one-third of the same and A. Heinickel 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 p...

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

Porter's Presence Regarded With Suspicion. PROTESTS FROM CUBANS A Clash Between Hio In.lepeu.le.ice Party au.t the Annexatlonlstg Itelleve.i to be Inevitable. The Coming President ml Election. (By Telegraph.) HAVANA, Sept. 13.?The proser.ee of Robert P. Porter, who is in Havana on a special commission from the United States government to study the finan? cial and economic aspects of the sltua t.on. .s regarded with suspicion by the party of free Cuba, as indicating the establishment of an American policy of guardianship. 3 .Mr Porter is preparing a revision of ,h' ,r"bar ,arilT- which*will probably be pi elective Ot Cuban industries and is acquainting himself with every tie? s' '??iJ"7'! taxation- 1? this work he assisted by a capable staff For the present his efforts are only prellmi? nary. as. until after the definite seu"e est?ble/hPf'fe' " wiU ba ImpOHlbsle to establish the new regime But his efforts and inquiries taken Arneri^nT" the ???ouno*n_-nt tha oc. u.Vv ,7, ' T,"'"1 be s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 September 1898

j Press * i..., ??ff.G!l^- J VOL III, NO. 221. GOT OFF WITH A FINE Annie Smith, Bessie Lyman's Slayer, is Free TRIED IN POLICE COURT Vet-lot the Subject of Oeueral Comment. ?? It Hai Thought the Woman De? served Severe Punishment, bat the I.?w Is Faulty. Annie Smith, the young woman of scarlet fame who is responsible for the death of Bessie Lyman in Jennie Delk's house of ill repute Monday night, was given a hearing In the police court yes? terday morning on her application for bond. Justice Robinson fined the girl $25 and costs for Involuntary manslaughter, reprimanding her for her carelessness in throwing a lamp at a person who had angered her. Attorney Moss represented the girl yesterday, although it was understood that Messrs. Martin & Portlock, who defended her Tuesday, would appear as council for the defense. The city was not represented by an attorney. After hearing the evidence in the sad affair. Attorney Moss contended that, as the commonwealth had not proved mu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 September 1898

Hie 3?miQ Press ?. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE IPaSig Press Company Limited. POSTOFFICE BUILDING Tile Daily Press may be obtained every morning at the following places: Ctissley Bros., 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 seint advertisements not paid for In advance and no transient advertise? ment Will be bokked for less spate than one inch. To illustrate: one-half Inch Is 50 cents, one inch 75 cents tor one titne. 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 furn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 September 1898

S. J. IHWJfin A Dealers in Land. A. Helnlckel, of Phoebus, well known se a thorough business man and of Sterling Integrity and honor, has bought | the right, title and Interest of C. B. Hoagland of about 130 lots called "Hoagland," three blocks from Queen street. Hampton, and it will be known hereafter as "HEINICKEL." Mr. S. J. Brown owns one-third of the same and A. Heinickel 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 can tage to the buyer, and we have four farms with oyster water fronts one mile from Hampton, 17 acres each. Address, SJ. Brown <?Go., LOCK BOX 225. HAMPTON, VIRGINIA When Vlsitlnrj Phoebus Gall at 1 I Olympia, ft TflOS. fl. DOUGHTY, ? PROPRIETOR. 5* Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Meals at all hours. Lodging. Ladies1 aud Gents' Dining Par _ lors up stairs. g Mellen street, near Mallory. ? Music every afternoon * and night. College ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 September 1898

SHAFTEirS REPORT Details of the Santiago Cam? paign. FIRST TALK WITH GARCIA Description or the Buttle of m i;h And the Charpc t'p Sun .limn Hill. High Compliment to Ct-nrnil Wheeler und Other Olltcers (By Telegrapn ) WASHINOTOX. Sept 11 ?Pen ?, Shafter's report of the campingn" whiel terminated in the fan ,.r funti-jc. V. been made public. He brletlv nrnu'in' the organization ,,f th<? exiH-d'ti 'u' ir< Its embarkation mid then devote? 'th main body of the report to th ?,, i\ operations about Santiago ' <?',?',-, Shaiter says the expedition ivus undo'; taken in compliance with t. '??ur i:.Jii< instructions of May :inip rr.-m he ,d quarters of the army In which it w e stated. ' "Admiral Sehley reports thai fvc cruisers anil two torpedo boat- bav. been seen in the harbor of Santiago (1, with your force to capture "ariisoii ?'. Santiago, and assist in capuiriti" h-n bor and tleet." General Shafter gives in detail tin troops assembled at Tampn ...

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

r VOL III, NO. 222. HOBSON COMING HERE Hero of the Merrimac to Visit Newport News. CLASS OF NAVAL CADETS They Will Take a Count. In Shipbuilding "Juder the Naval Constructor Mere and at Other finals in the Country. Naval Constructor Richmond Pearson Hobson. the hero of the Merrimac. will come to Newport News. A special dis? patch to the New York Sun sent out from Washington from Annapolissays: Five naval cadets will leave on Thursday fot. a course of study in naval construction. They will go first to Newport News, and will also visit Philadelphia. Brooklyn and Bath, Me. Constructor Hobson will Join the party later and will act as instructor. En? sign Powell, who is 111 in New York, will not go with the others, but will meet them later. The cadets appointed to the Construction Corps are J. W. Powell, W. G. Dubose, E. f. Eggart, Henry Williams, W. C. Watts, and f! L. Pinney. Lieutenant Hobson is well known in Newport News, having served here as an assistant to Naval Constructor J. J. ...

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

f?h e 33 ails P rcss C. H. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Palitj Press ffonspattt} Limited. POSTOFFICE BUILDINO The Daily Press may be obtained every morning at the following places: C?-o8Sley Bros.. 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 331-3 per cent, will be charged for tran seint advertisements not paid for In advance and no transient advertise? ment will he bokked 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 ?1.00 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 — 16 September 1898

A" . Dealers In Land. A. Beinickel, 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. Hoagland of about 130 lots called I "Hoagland," three blocks from Queen street. Hampton, and it will be known hereafter as "HEINICKEL" Mr. S. J. Brown owns one-third of the same and A. Heinickel two-thirds, having also | bought out J. Davis Reed, of Norfolk These lots will be sold very cheap. The j Investment of one or more lots, bought now, will pay a. tremendous per I . c?ntage to the buyer, and we have four farms with oyster water fronts one | mile from Hampton, 17 acres each. Address, S.J. Brown <SCo., LOCK BOX 225. H AMPTOiM, VIRGINIA I When Visltlnrj Phoebus Gall at TflOS. ft. DOUGHTY, PROPRIETOR. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Meals at all hours. Lodging. Ladies' and Gents' Dining Par? lors up stairs. Heilen street, near Halleiy. SMusic every afternoon and night. Hampton Classical school for Girls) ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 September 1898

NEWS FROM HAVANA Exorbitant Prices Maintained by the "Meat Ring." THE SITUATION CHAOTIC Impossible to Tell Exactly What ti e Va lure May Develop, Kvcn ItecHrdliiK the Evacuation Commission*. Ulft* to Insurgent Leaders. (By Telegraph.) HAVANA. Sept. 14. via KEY WEST. FLA.. Sept. 15.?The rumors to the ef? fect that strained relations exist l>. tween_the Spanish commission and the United States Cuban evacuation com? mission are absolutely unfounded. There have been little incidents but no real hitches. The Spanish steamer Alfonso XIII which left for this port yes! -.lav is expected to have on board the nstrue tions from the Spanish gov. rn: 'nt. 'the reason that the tirst formal ?.-s sion of the commissioners took place on Sunday was the understanding that the commissioners must meet within thirty days after the signing of the prot.i Sunday being the last day. Two free soup kitchens in this eitv were closed yesterday and the closing of others will follow. These kitchens have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 18 September 1898

S TO 8 . NO. 224, I^SgjfiPED HIS WIFE "i0^p%m. 8UMBER8 PASS A PLEAS " ANT EVENING. ?flat Her Brainy I?rd ud 51m -M?f^<) In Her Fool Scheme In Himself, and He Had. the Satin agH?^^&V gred," eaid Mrs. Bllmbers, "I do 'teii?; you would ever help mo as some men . '\ ^lp their wives. If you would pay any ; SOTfaOtlou to what Is going on around you, _.-S ailRht Iitt-.e won a prize this afternoon. ? Mrs. TrigVy hod some oompany, and we bad to see bow many words we could oon , struct with letters used In the word' friend? ship^ Don't you remember reading In same s&per several weeks ago about a >?*y that kind? If you had shown any toteres? at that time and had helped me ?'; find words, I might have been prepared % ? for it today. As it was, I was next to the Mgheet one." "Pnhawi" replied Mr. Blimbera "I've : S\ Bomo?hlns better to do than waste my oyit^anoh claptrap as that. I hove ? -T .fo.?^,.; rough, "thinking daring the day .->.'.'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 18 September 1898

? -mo 8HAW< "ST?RfEi?. 7 StMxfblo Zneouaten Under the Watar With Ku Eat Ins Monsters. "One of tho most horrible predicaments a diver was ever placed in," said Sir. Sully, title famous Newport diver, "must have been that of ono of whom I once beard who bad to investigate a wreck that had carried to tho bottom with her a number of cattle. When ho blow off the hatches, the bodies floated up, and with a rush u school of hungry sharks attacked them. They were' all around the diver, fighting and struggling, and he was in mortal ter? ror Jest his air pipe should bo bitten In t wo In the midst of tho fearful struggle that was going on. At length, unable to bear the suspense any longer, he signaled to lie drawn up, notwithstanding that he would -have to pass through tho thick of tho fierce monsters. In his passage to the surface he brushed close past tho sharks, and ono of them mado a vicious grab at him. It missed his arm, but caught his fingers, and his hand was badly mangled. P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 18 September 1898

- toOTOtJg BACa^RIA. ; THE QUEER LIFE WHICH MAKES THE SEA PHOSPHORESCENT. ;Slav Theas Imn>s??areblo SUIHoas of tho ScuUent LWlae - Organism* Dl*ldo and Multiply ? Air a Necessity For Their ? Vuwbss'oC Silvery Sire. Js'uture dazzles the eye ot nsan with many wonderful phenomena, but perhaps never more 60 than when she turns the gloomy night waters ot the sea into a sheet ' of ; silvery fire. It is only lately that any very serious effort has been made to study his phenomenon, but tho research has been abundantly rewarded, for it is now pretty certain that the luminosity is due to the presence in the water of various kinds of bacteria. Now, bacteria ore the very smallest liv? ing organisms of which we have cogni? zance. Millions of them can lie on a penny. Therefore to produco the gleaming ap? pearance recognized by us as phosphor? escence they must be present in numbers too enormous even to contemplate with our finite minds. It would be immeasur? ably easier to reckon with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 18 September 1898

how thsy are caused and how they Are treated. Cham An lime Varieties of This Dia <nah( AfiUctSon, Nrmolr, Irritative, ftpeolflo and Neurotic?Frlehu, Incxuta Hoh Bad ByeUs as Remedies. Hiccough ox singultus (tho medical term) is "interrupted inspiration produced by sudden and spasmodic diaphragm in olosure of the glottis in the midst of in? spiration." Singultus, like all Oivul, is divided into throo parte. All hiccoughs may took alike to the uninitiated, but to tie learned they group themselves under tie beads of irritative, specific and neu ?Otto. They all come from a disturbance of the nerves of tho diaphragm, but that disturbance must be referred to boiuo pri? mary cause. Irritative hiccoughs may be caused by ?wallowing very hot substances or by any gastric or intestinal disorder. The 4 o'clock to the morning hiccoughs are an instance of tho affects of hot stuff, and hiccoughs following eating can be classed as irrita? tive and set down to digestive derange? ment. Spec...

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

IfissoGlaw I j Press t VOL III, NO. 225. FOR BRIDGES AND JAIL Bids Opened, But No Con? tracts Awarded. MAY DECIDE TONIGHT Common Council Will Probably Act on the Proposed Improvement* at Once; Maoy Proposals Submitted. The special bridge and jail committees yesterday broke the seals of the bids for erecting two overhead crossings? one at Twenty-fifth street and the other at Twenty-fourth street?and for a new jail and emergency hospital, but no contracts were awarded. The commlttes convened at noon in Mayor Allan A. Moss' office at the courthouse. Besides the councilmen in attendance representatives of the bridge and jail building concerns were presen t. Councilman R. J. MacKay presided at the meeting of the bridge committee. Messrs. J. J. O'Donnell and A. E. Faulkner, the other members, were present. The bids were opened and read by City Clerk J. A. Massie. It is difficult to determine who is the lowest 'bidder, as the proposals were submitted according to plans and specifications p...

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

C. B. THACKBR, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED KVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE I? a gig Press Comgiaug Limited. POSTOFFICE BUILDING The Daily Press may be obtained every morning at the following places: Crossley Bros., Washington avenue. 3. A. Corey. Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson, No. 7 Ivy avenue. Parties other than those having ledg? er accounts with tVte paper, civic so? cieties and military organizations, are required to pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An increase of S3 1-3 per cent, will be charged for tran eeint advertisements not paid for In advance and no transient advertise? ment will be bokked for less spare than one Inch. To illustrate: one-bnlf inch Is HO eents. one inch 75 cents for one time, when paid in advance: hut they will be $1.00 if charged. Tran? sient advertlse.rs will save money by remembering this notice, which applies in all eases, irrespective of financial responsibility. Advertising rates furntshed on appl...

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

SfflSOHfl LE STYLES We Invite your attention to our complete and carefully se? lected stock of clothing for Men, Boys, and Children, com? prising extensive lines of the newest and best selections of the northern markets. Our Shoe and Hat depart? ment cannot be equaled In the city. Underwear and Hosiery we ' have in endless variety. ] Prices are low. Try us. , Prove us. < You will be glad. W E. Lawson, \ Men's, Boys' and Children's Outtitttr; ? Hampton, V/e?. I When Vlsltlno Phoebus Gall at I Olympia, IfflOS. ft. DOUGHTY, ? PROPRIETOR. Wines, Liquors and GiQars. Meals at all bourn. Lodging. Ladies' and Gents' Dining Par? lors up stairs. Mellen street, near Mallory. Music every afternoon and night. .___,_ Hampton College Classical school for Girls and Young Ladies. Session begin September 29th. For catalogue, &c, address, MISS FITCHETT, Hampton, Va. For Rare Bargains in ES Ga?l on King St. Hampton, Va. Farms, houses and lots in town and county for sale. Window, ...

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

BAILEY ON THE WAR Democratic Leader Speaks at Chatham. REPUBLICANS "ROASTED" Dlsgraceful Administration of the Affairs of the Army Severely Criticised by the Gentleman from Texas. An Aggressive Campaign. (By Telegraph.) DANVILLE. VA.. Sept.19.?Congress? man Bailey spoke at Catham. the coun? ty-seat, today in the Interest of C. A. Swanson. Democratic nominee for Congress from the Fifth District. People for miles around were in the big crowd to hear the Texan. James L. Tredway, judge of the Pittsylvania county court, introduced the speaker shortly before noon. In his speech today Representative J. W. Bailey, of Texas, made it plain that the Democrats mean the present campaign to be an aggressive one. Among other things of similar import he said: "For months Republicans and Re? publican editors have talked and writ? ten incessantly about the mistakes of the Democratic majority in Congress: but now that they are required to specify our mistakes, in order to divert public attention from ...

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

DISBSlGSGo. VOL III, NO. 226. 4 LARGEST * --#3 I f - f CIRCULATION f NEWPORT NEWS, VA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 1898 PRI pT, SINGLE COPY, TWO CENTS 1 At-lV-'XL, ONE WEEK. TEN CENTS. Mayor Moss Makes Several Recommendations. TONNES THE HONOR Mr. O. C. Asbby Rvfiuw the Fire Com mlssluutnhlp, nod Mr. .1. A. H Him? burg Is Mumlnstfd, fiat lief catted. The Common Council convened. In regular semi-monthly session last night with President J. A. Buxton presiding. Councilman William Washington, one of the colored members from fts^ Sec? ond ward, was the only absentee1 ? There was considerable business to bo transacted, but it was not all disposed of, and an adjourned meeting wiil be held next Tuesday night, at which time the contracts for erecting the bridges and city jail will be awarded. The bids were read out last night, but no action was taken. Mayor Allan A. Moss had a large supply of messages on hand. Two of the communications related to unim? portant matters, but the others were leng...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 September 1898

HI THE DAILY ? ?at<B Stress C. B. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Limited. POSTOFFICE BUILDING The Daily Press may be obtained every morning at the following places: Crossley Bros., Washington avenue. X 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 selnt advertisements not paid for In advance and no transient advertise? ment will be bokked 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 $1.00 If charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, which applies In all cases, irrespective of financial responsibility. Advertising rates fur...

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