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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 13 August 1899

STiil?B?nssih^j From Cottage to Mansion "We have every sort of house listed on our books for sale and to rent. The man of moderate means or the man who has thousands of $ $ $ $ $ I with which to purchase REAL ESTATE, can here find a residence which will not alone please, but exactly suit him. We don't deal in property of doubtful value or questionable title, What we offer is safe and sure. MARYE, BOYENTON & CHAPIN, Room No. 1 Braxton Buildings A. Good sudg? ot Fuel, will never burn anything but our high grade coal. It is not only satisfactory for cooking and heating purposes, but its intense heat and long continued combustion makes It economical In the household. a a smith; & co Are Offering The Remaining! oi Summer I 0ur Goods A few bargains in store for our patrons. Galvanized Garbage and Ash Cans are very needful in your yard in the summer to prevent disease. We have them. Pumps and pipes always on hand. Richter & Brittingham Both Phones. 21G 2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 13 August 1899

(Continued From Page One.) public would enter into such an engage? ment, i To this M. Casimlr-Perier retorted In a tone of the bitterest sarcasm: "Thank you, General, for this testimo? nial." At. the end of his evidence General Mercier said he believed that the only motive of Dreyfus" treason was that Dreyfus had n<> feeling 'of patriotism. This cruel utterance brought forth hisses from the audience whose blood had been sent up to a fever heat by tli" witness' swvnge attacks on Dreyfus^ General Meicier. not heeding the his? ses, terminated with remarking: "1C the least doubt crossed my mind. g. n tlemen, i would be the first to declare it to you and say before you: 'Dreyfus, 1 am mistaken but in good faith.' " Then Dreyfus electrified his hearers He jumped to his feet as though the words galvanized him into new life, and shouted witli a voice which resounded through tlie hall like a trumpet note: 'That is 'what vi>u ought to say." A WILD CHICER. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 August 1899

Associated Press Dispatches. VOL. IV. 192 Another Sensational Climax in the Dreyfus Drama. DEED OFHIREDJASSASSINS (? Two Men Ambushed the Uwycr in it Soli? tary Spot on the Outskirts of Keimes. Shoo! i ng II im from liehlud. lie is Dangerously Wounded. fP.v Teagraph.) RRXSE?, Aug. 11?-Another tragedy imairked the Pise of tlie em tain on ilfo 'Dreyfus dram, i) this morning. AL Labori, counsel tor tlie accused and th?' man on whom tin- ilet'elise had relied for t'lu: demolition of General AI eier's tesli'inoiiy. was shot from ambush on his way to the court room after six o'clock. ' I I is assailants, of whom there were two, escaped, and it is impossible to say yet whether At. Laborl's death will have to bo add. d lo the already long list of strange deaths thai have punctuated this mysterious romance. Jt was ucnouneed at the close of court today that 'AI. Labori might live. The wound in the lower pan of the back is serious, however, and ever, should ho recover, ho m-av b ? partially pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 August 1899

MORE COMPLICATED The Political Situation in This Section is Becoming. DELEGATES TO CONVENTION Instructed for Tyler and Madison. Mar? tin Men Jubilant Over the Success of Col. ltoykSn in h'antemond County Yesterday. The Result, As t'he days go by foe political situ a,; tion in this end of the State oeccmes more Complicated, and' the prospects lor a general mix-up in t'he nominat? ing conventions becomes more glaring? ly probable. 'Especially will this be true in tin- Senatorial and Delegate district. Those candidates ?who are waiting to be instructed by the Wtil jamsburg convention on tin Senatorial issue will doubtless wait a long time, for sentiment is g-Tug to be so divided that tift:-convention vvill never agiee on anything. It will be lucky if it agrees on any man. At present each of the candidates in the held is claiming the nomination and after the conven? tion those that "also ran" will be a^ thick as mosouitos in August. James City County held her conven? tion yesterday at (...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 August 1899

CITY MEWS IN BKIEl". Mr. C. O. Dorse* is visiting i:n Riclr monii. "Mrs. J. W. Davis and children have returned t'o the city. Miss Annie Hamilton is visiting rel? atives in Richmond. Miss Nannie W. Turner is the guest of her cousin, Miss Mildred. Mr. Louis D. Beale, of Richmond, is visiting friends in the city. Mr. Marston: Christian lias returned from a visit to Willia'msburg. Miss Rose Butcher, of Richmond, is the guest of friends in the city. Miss Gladys Warner, of Richmond, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Sallie Blair. ?Police Justice John Crutchfield, of ?Richmond, spent Sunday in the city, j Mr. A. W. Graves, of the Daily Press, has returned from Staunton. ?Mir. James Allen left yesterday for Staunton, where he will spend 'a month Visiting relatives. iMiss Mamie Parle, of Ctmrtottesville, as the guest of Mrs. Roberts, on Thir? ty-fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Cromwell have as their guest Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Davidson, of Alexandria. Mr. Edloe Morecocto- has returned to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 August 1899

0?ILY C. IS. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BT THE Daily Press Company POSTOFFICE BUILDING. copy p'ilt changes of con? tract Acs mi st UK in i:y n v. m to insure appearance in next issue op the paper. Entered at the Newport News, Va., PostolTlce as second-class matter. TIT|5S'D"AY, AP1 iP'ST 1.", C FKANCIC 1 'N TRIAL. The rein.ii kahle dc\i lopmi iilh in the CriySiis i'js" during I lie par! few days have foeusscd tin- giisso of the eiv'ilissed wirld upon the incidents now transpir? ing iii Peniies. It is beginning id look as IT there is to be a battle to i he finish between those who have staked their all oh the assumption thai Ureyfiis is innocent and those who are willing to fall down in blind and unquestioning adoration 'before the glare and ghi .1 . of the army's prestige. There are some elements in the pres? ent crisis in iPranee 'which remind one of the revolution which drenched the cx'citablo nation in blood anil plate I blot after blot up...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 August 1899

HAMP1 Wild Rumors Prove to Be Abso? lutely Groundless. YELLOW FEVER SITUATION The lteparta Show That There H?ve Ilccn No Now C?hf8 Since August T. IJusi dcks aicu Mutt ami Decide to Hoiil a K?ni|uet. ., P ? - Many rumors were going the rounds yesterday in connection with the yel? low fever situation but careful Investi? gation failed to confirm any of them. At one time it was reported that six new cases had been discovered in Phoe? bus, but this, like many oilier such re? ports that have been started, proved to be absolutely without any foundation. The Marine Hospital sir;, mi.-, who have., charge of the ,co..Lig'ion, state that Phoebus is now in a better slat- of health than it lias been 'for year.-. Dr. Hope, who is assisting in the house to house canvass, said last night thai in til.- territory assigned him lie bad only discovered one person who was sick, ami that .was a convalescent patient from the.Wfe. ls of typhoid fever. His field included several hundred homes. Another repo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 August 1899

MILK AS A MEDIUM For the Transmission of Disease Considered Scientifically. DANGERS TO GUARD \GAINS1 The Subject Tre?te?i;in Its Various Inter eating Phanen. Conditions Inder Which TranstnlsMon May Take Place. As to Typhoid Fever. The Daily Press a short time ago published a valuable paper on the rela? tion of disease to poverty, written by Mr O. T. Beaumont, the well-known sanitary engineer. This gentleman to da'v contributes another article on a subject scarcely less important, parue nlarlv at this time It will be read with interest bj all. as everyone us. s mill; in on.- wav or another. Tie- life- ol the article is" ".Milk, the Medium for the Transmission of Disease." Tie- r.aper is as follows: Tlie possibility of transmitting dis? ease bv different articles of food is io thoroughly proven by tie- results of carefully "conducted investigations and, well observed facts that it is no longer doubted by learned physicians and stu? dents of sanitary science. The trans? mission may tak...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 August 1899

S Associated | I Press I I Dispatches, f VOL, IV. 19:3 Labori's Would=Be Assassins Are Still at Large. 'TWAS A DEEP LAID PLOT The Wouudoii Advocate Tolls the Story 01 the Shooting. Ill* Assailants Evi? dently Expected to Got I'oHges Hloti of Important Papers. 1 r.v Telegraph.) ItEXXES. Aug. 1*>.- Maine Labor!, counsel for Captain Alfred Dreyl'ii.-. who was shot [win ambush her.; >-es terdtiy. while on his way from his res? ilience tu ail.'ml the court martial, af? ter a night of terrible ageny. was some whal heller this morning. The attend? ing doctors, however, were still unable1 to sound ; lie Wound. Ai 2:l"i I'. M. ii was announced that M. Labori was doing s., well that the doctors considered him oui of danger. He lies on his back, unalble to 111 'V . b.ui life is returning to the leg which yesterday was thought in be paralyzed, lb- has no fever and continues to dis ouss 1 he trial. His wife has remained ai his bedside practically ever since iie was wounded....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 August 1899

DR. CREASY ELECTED To Fill the Position of Health Of? ficer Temporarily. IT WAS A SPIRITED FIGHT Four Ballots Taken. A Locg und Tedious Session of the Council. The ISritlge Controversy. Sewer Houso Con? nections Ordinance. Dr. XV*. F. Creasy. now physician to the jail, was fast night selected by Ulf council t" act as temporary Health Officer, ponding the disposition of the ms.- of Dr. .lohn It. P.agby. suspend? ed. It lias been generally understood that ib.uicb this position is designated as temporary, il will carry with ii lhe nomination of lie- mayor to the per? manent position, in ease Dr. F.agby is deposed. The light for the place was an inter? esting one. especially from a political point of vi.-w. There were two candi? dates, Dr. Creasy was on.-. Dr. .1. W. Ayler, the preseul secretary of t If 'board of health was the ..; her. The name of Dr. Joseph Charles was presented to ihe council as a candi? date. The us.- of his name was with? out bis knowledge. consent or au? thorizati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 August 1899

Mr. Collis P. Huntington Adds $300 to the Quarantine Fund. W\S CHARACTERISTIC OF HIM ;? -. Remarkable Attitude of the I'ubllc To? ward the Yellow Fever Situation. Pe? culiar Facts In Connection With the IMseuse. The quarantine fund has been creased to $71)3.50, leaving: the city only a little over $2.000 to pay toward I the expenses of .(ihe campaign against Yellow Ja< k. 'Mr. Walter A. Post. Superintendent! of the 'Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, yesterday receiv? ed a letter from its president. Mr. (' P. Huntington, Instructing him io plan $300 to the credit of ihe fund as the contribution- of the multi-mill'ionairi In bis letter. Mr. Huntington stated briefly that he took great interest the: city of Newport News and look? ed upon its difllculties as a personal matter, or words to -that effect. The unsolicited contribution from Mr. Huntingeon 'is Just like that high minded, practical, gentleman. Had ho 'been here, be would have taken an ac? tive part in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 August 1899

JTnEOTH?f? in C. E.THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISH BD EVERY MORNING ENCEIT MONDAY. BY THE Dally Press Company roSTOEFICB BUILDING. Entered at the Newport News, Va., Postoftlce as second-class matter. WKDNRSI >AY. ARG I "ST 1 '??SI l< >T< 11' X QUA l: AXT INK". Tli.. Philadelphia Med lea I .1ourn.il. commenting upon the re. eiii yellow fe? ver Mean- in this section, has lie- fal? lowing article under the heading of ?'Shotgun Quai a in inc." "The new spa p<-rs report a slate - f things in Norfolk and Newport News thill would lie grotesque if il were uoi so serious. Untier the ihllucnee of fear, cause,I by a few eases of yellow fever in the Soldiers' Home of Hampoel, miles away, ill ose two cities at once in? stituted what is ealled a "shotgun" quarantine. The bench and country were pa i rolled for miles a round by cit? izens armed with Winchester rilles. and tug-boats wen- stationed in Ihe harbor to repel with violence a;,y w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 August 1899

H AMPI JOV IS IN PHCEBUS Long Maintained Quarantine Has Been Raised. DR. WHITE RECOMMENDED IT Heal Ii Conditions lit Iii? Town Arn Uotter '1 in Mfttiy Warn. Iliislui-f-s Im Agnln on tlio Hum Jonen, Who Lies i>y Tele? phon?, Caiinnt Be Found. Tho quarantine hot ween Phoebus ami Hampton anil Phoebus and Old Point has been declared off, and communica? tion will again open up this morning. This decision was reached at a meet? ing nl" ih.- health authorities last night at i H.l Point. Min i: joy was expressed in Phoebus when tin- cordon was lifted. With this exception there was practi? cally no change in i..e tever situation yesterday. - A meeting of the various Hoards of Health interested in the maiur --.as called ler tj-ui Point yesterday .-veiling ai * o'clock, lint owing to the storm sev? eral of the boards were unable to send representatives. The only places rep? resented Wer.- Newport Xews and Hampton: -Norfolk, Portsmouth and Richmond being the cities unable to send the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 August 1899

IN NORFOLK Mr. Alexander Bulai-k in Finding a Field fwr His HuHlnesM. Mr. Alexander P.ulack. formerly gen? eral manager of the Virginia and West India Fruit an'd Trading Company, of this city, is now interested^ in a fruit line to he established Between Nor? folk and the West Indian and Central American ports. Since the Virginia and West India FYftit and Tra ling Company was absorbed by the Boston Fruit Company, which is at the head of the banana trust. Mr. Bulack has been working on the other line and it is said now that a company has been organized to carry on the business mapped out by him. ?Mr. Bulack has had considerable t-x perience in the fruit business. He was at one time interested in a Balt? imore line and it was he who organized the company which operated at this port for nearly two years. The capital stock of the new com? pany is $100.000, and it is understood that several Newport News parties are interested in the concern. Mr. Bulack, it is said, will not attempt to cov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 August 1899

I Associated | 5 Press * | Dispatches. f W? WWW f ?VfVWW VOL.IY. 194 Dreyfus' Judges Reject His Ap= plication for Adjournment MiVlE. HENRY FALSE WITNESS Es minister or Justice Guerin, M. Lehon, Former Minister of the Colonies and Others Testify. Progress of Events at Kenne?. fBy Telegraph.) It KANE'S. Aug. Hi.?lmtncdiateljp af? ter the witnesses had entered the court room this morning (Maitre Demange, <;ouuse! Cor Captain Dreyfus, applied for an adjournment en account of M?i t re Laliori's absence. Major Carriere, the government commissary unexpect? edly arose and opposed the application in the most vehement manner. Major Carriere dilated upon the fact that the entire world was anxiously awaiting a decision, and upon the necessity oC end? ing the suspense. T!ie court retired for twenty minutes, during which time the audience ani? matedly discussed the probable results. A PFLK 'ATION REJ E< Vi"IiD. Colonel Jouaust, on his return, read a unanimous decision of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 August 1899

MR. E.S. PALMER HERE Charter of Abattoir Company to be Recorded Today. EXCAVATION NEARLY READY But Little Remains to be Done Before the Work on the First Building's Foun? dation Can he Commenced. Those Side Tracks. For several weeks past '.here has been little said of the work on the Newport News .Via.:..-ir Company's plant.'above this city, c:i the ian'ns of the James River, ami ii is it it sur? prising to learn that in th?t time great head.vuy ha:- b-o.i made in the digging of ,he excavat: jus for :h ? lirst building. Some lime ago ic j us aunouuci d ?that the act n il work had been loni meneed and nothing further was sad on the subject. Since tint time the contractor, who is mak; i; the excava? tions has been pushing ihj wo:k ui;d already aver three-Eourtbs of th earth lias been removed. The work of laying the foundation for the lirst building will be started in ?the course of a couple of weeks and from that date on will be cariied on an rapildy as possible. The structuie ?will c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 August 1899

Health Board to Officially Raise Phoebus Quarantine. PRESENT FEVER SITUATION Cbauibi rlnln Hotel Closed Yesterday Morning. Travel Over the Peninsula Itesumcd. Wyman's Official State? ment. Soldier Roasts Yeager. [ r - A meeting of the Board of Health "will he held tonight for the purpose of ratifying the action of Dr. Hobson, in regard to the Phoebus quarantine and to "ollicialfy' raise it. When Dr. Hobson. acting for tin local Board of Health, met with the other authorities at Old Point to con? sider the matter of raising this quarantine, it was understood that he was to act for thc board and that his decision in the matter would be final and official as far as the board was ?considered.'but.'al though his action was in every respect satisfactory, in allow? ing the quarantine to be raised, .'there was no ollicial record to the effect that this action had been taken by the ?Newport News Board of Health. iPor this reason,- principally.the meet? ing tonight will be held, although ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 August 1899

C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE Daily Press Company COPY FOB CHANGES OF CON? TRACT ABS MUST BE IN BY C P. M. TO INSURE APPEARANCE IN NEXT ISSUE OF THE PAPER. POSTOFFICE BUILDING. Entered at the Newport News, Va., Postoffice as second-claai matter. THURSDAY, AUGUST IT. I8tf9. JUSTICE T< ) B( ?ST< >.\r. The Biehniond Dispatch of rceent dale contained lie- following: "II is hut justice t" the good and sensible people of I'.oslon to say thai they are very much opposed to to Baker-Jewett exhibition. :1ml this, to.-, though it is advertised t" be a l'r ? ? show hereafter. They know lull v ?11 I that sn far from such an absurd ii hilion's doing the colored people of tu South any g.I. il N fa:- more likely to do a siviii il. al of harm.'' This gives one a much higher opinion of the intelligence "l' 'Boston, li is didieult in understand flow ignorance o'f the conditions existing in the South should cause the Uo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 August 1899

HAMP'I Line From Hampton to Old Point Open to the Public. P1KEBUS PEOPLE ARE HAPPY Muslim?? IIa? Begun to K sumo Us Nor? mal Condition!), Ko Change at the Home. Oilier Siiwsnnd GofSlp uf itio Peninsula Towns. There was no change in the fever sit? uation at the Home yesterday. The same encouraging reports which have been sent out from there daily for the past ten days was Dr. Vickery's report last night. At Phoebus with the opening of trains things have on an aspect of joy. The cars are now running through the place, and instead of tue dead sound of horses, the tr .uey makes the music which has been sadly missed by the people there. The quarantine was declared off at 11 o'clock Tuesday night,after a con? sultation of the physicians comprising several boards of health in the <*h<<n> berlin Hotel at Old Point. From that time on Phoebus and Hampton join? ed hands in extending each other many happy greetings over the termination of the quaranti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 August 1899

HUNDREDS HAVE RETURNED. All Incoming Trains and Boats Bring Crowds of People. ?For the past few days every train coming Into the city has brought laige numbers of the people who left when the announcement was made that there was yellow fever at the Soldiers' 'Home, out yesterday there were pro? bably'more arrivals than on any other day since the ttuarantine was raised. The early morning train from Rich? mond brought a large crowd 'and the evening train also carried a number of people for this city who were return? ing to their 'homes. It is safe to say that several hundred of the refugee. have come home this week. Yesterday at all the trains the home? coming citizens were met by friends ami relatives who had remained here during the scare and not a few of them were "jollied" for having gone away. Every drayman in 'the xity found all he could handle in the way of trunks and boxes and all day wagons were to be been- coming from the depot loaded with baggage. HELD A COM EKENCE, Promine...

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