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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 September 1899

Will be Held in Presbyterian Church, TO CHANGE TOMORROW Presbyterians Will Worship In the Casino Until Their , New \ Church on 3Snd Street is Completed. St. Paul's Services in Hughes' Hall, five Lutheran congregation will to? morrow take possession of the old Pres? byterian- church, on Twetny-seventh street, ?between Washington and West ? venues. The Presbyterians will hold their ser? vices in the Casino until the comple? tion of their new church on Thirty second street, 'between Washington and Lafaydtte avenues. Rev. A. E. Shenk, pastor of i the Lutheran church, returned to the city yesterday morning. While away he at? tended the annual sessions of the Lu? theran synod, at Winchester. The sy nhd aprpopriated $2,000 towards the purchase of a church, on condition that the congregation raise the balance . The prioe to be paid for the Presby? terian church is $7,000. and the Luther? ans of the city anticipate no difheulty in raising the balance of the funds ne? cessary. The last servic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 September 1899

C. IC. THACKEE, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THffl Dally Press Company COPY FOR CHANGES OF CON? TRACT ADS MUST BE IN BY G P. M. TO INSURE APPEARANCE IN NEXT ISSUE OF THE PAPER. POSTOFFICE BUILDING. Entered at the Newport New?, V?., Pcatofflce as second-class matter. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 2, ISM. 'SUPPORT TH'U ?NOMINEKS. (Now 'that the Democratic convention has assembled and nominated candi? dates for the Senate ami Ho us ? r > n this district, it only remains for the Democrats of this section to come to? gether and work unitedly for the elec? tion of these nominees. While it is to be regretted that Newport News is not represented on the ticket, there is no reason why the party men of this city should bite off t'heir noses to spite their faces. The thing to do is to give each of the candidates such a flattering vote ?here that both will feel very friendly toward the little city at the mouth of the James. At the coming session of the Legislat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 September 1899

Dr. Smith and Governor Wood fin Settle Their Differences. LABOR DAY CELEBRATION Int eresting; Program Arranged for Mon? day, Mr. Ricbardgon TPlll be tbe . Orator at the Pythian Corner Stouo Laying. _________ Governor P. T. Woodfln. of the Sol? diers' Home, and Dr. Smith." who is at tlie head of the 'Marine Hospital Ser? vice here, have amicably adjusted their grievances over the question of placing gates over the creek near the SokEiers' Home. For several days ihe matter has been hanging tire, but yes? terday the two gentlemen got together and soon settled it. 'By t.h > agreement D<\ Smith is to stop work on the gates. '?Several days ago Dr. 'Smith ordered two bridges to be erected over ? the srcvall creek wbich divides the Home and Phoebus, in order that the reserve guards might have a 'place to stay while not on duty. It -was Dr. Smith's Intention to pitch several tents near these bridges, so as to give the guards shelter from the weather when it was ?bad. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 September 1899

INVENTED A W1IE?I. lever Innovation Along Till? Line Ma^8 by Mr. W. E. Maker, of Thin City. Mr. W. B. Baker, who is employed by the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, and who lives on Twenty-fourth street, has invented u certain kind of wheel, which is con? sidered! by those well posted on such subjects as something entirely out of the ordinary, and withal very clever. Tlie wheel in question is protected by both United .States and dJnglish pat? ent rights .and is registered at Wash? ington in 'the patent office, as the "Ba? ker Wheel." The American patent was secured about two yours ago and the English one more recointly. The portion of the wheel which dif? fers from all others is tat wliat is known as the 'box. The l>o;< is the cen? ter of the hub in which th?' oxle turns. The box. or. as it is somettimes called, the bush, comes in direct ^contact with 'the metal of the axle and! is itself al ways made of the best ciar-s of steel. In heavy wagons,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 September 1899

VOL. IV. 209 Dreyfusards Now Confident That Prisoner Will be Acquitted, NEW EVIDENCE CONCLUSIVE Testimony Given at Ycster lay's Session In Favor of I>rj-yrus, l>t:iblinliea Hl? Ioiio ceuce. Kvldeuce uf Hostile IVltaeasos Refuted. CBy Telegraph.) KENNEB, Sept. 2.?Elation i? IV..? only word that expresses the reelings of the DreyfusnrVls alter to-day's pro? ceedings. The tide has turned at last, they say. and Dreyfus cannot be con? demned after the evidence given ibis morning. The spirits of the DreyCus ariTs arc quite inecurial. Every day since the opening of the trial lias seen them rise or fall, recently they have been falling heavily, the close of the morning sessions, general}* (hiding them in anxious conversation, accompanied by ominous shaking of their heads. To-day's buoyancy, therefore, is all the more noteworthy. At JQUITTAL ASSURED. Yesterday was a fairly good day. but to-day's session, they claim, puts the verdict out of doubt and the judges must acqu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 September 1899

WILL BE A GALA DAY Central Trades Union Celebra? tion for Tomorrow. g - ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED Hundreds of l'enplt? Will Spcud labor JDay at vh?> Cu?lui> and Many Visi? tors -Are Kxpectnl In the City. Ulllclai FroRrHni. Tomorrow will bo a gala -lay in New pori (News. Sciple'mber 4th?Monday?is Labor Day. and it will be fittingly celebrated here by the Central Trades Union. There wK-l be hundreds and perhaps thousands of people at the Casino, where the celebration will take place, ami the city will be visit. I by rainy strangers. The people of Hamptoni Phoebus ami Old Point, as well as the other smaller ?points on tie- Peninsula, will be here, and it 'is expected that 'there will be a ivumtb'er of visitors from Norfolk. Ports onouth and Baltimore. That there wili be a g.! siz.-d dele? gation in Newport News !ivm the cit? ies on the other side of Han?iit' n di-o-ads there is little question, and sev? eral of the .members of the union have received letters from fri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 September 1899

New Morgan Tug Went Out for First Time Yesterday. SHE IS A GREAT SUCCESS The N?.w Ltuot: Jbl Nur.? to Go Out 1 liurs day. JU 5tlo (Soon to Follow. Uftf.eslilp Kcai sarge Almost lit ady lor Trial Ti ip. The Newport News Shipbu.Mir.g and a>ry Dock Company has brought to successful completion another ves? sel for the '.Morgan Line of steamships, uxid in the course of the next few months three more steamers for the same company .will be ready to be turn? ed over to their owners. The vessel just completed is the tug? boat EU Am ige. and she will be gent to New York, to her owners, on Tuesday. She will provably go out with the bat? tleship iKearsarge. The three others yet to be finish d are; ?b>l Norte.. . 031 Rio. , El cid. The nrs't of these, El Norte. is now virtually completed, and wHl go out on her bu'.'lders" trial trip on Thursday. If she proves to be up to the expecta-. I'tohs of the shipyard: oliieial-s, and there, is every reason to think she will, she win ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 September 1899

C. E. TM'ACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MO'?XI'XG EXCEPT MONDAY I 'BY THE Dally Press Company 'COPY FOtK 'CHANGES OF CON? TRACT ADS M11ST BE IN BY fi P. M. TO INSURE APPEARANCE IN NEXT ISSUE OF THE PAPER. POSTOFFICE BUILDING. Entered at 'the Newport News, Va., FosiollVco as second-class matter. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1899. WAR CLOUD GROWS. ?Despite the pact fie talk regarding the settlement of the questions at Issue b - tween England and the Transvaal Re? public, there can be no d'oubt that i he war cloud is constantly growing and that it threatens to break with fury in South Africa at any moment. There was a time when the present propositions of the Buers would prob? ably have sufficed to remove the fric? tion. which has not been absent, be? tween them and the Outlanders tor many years, but the Innate stubborn? ness of President Kruger and his Ill advised1 Cabinet, accentuated by the former leniency of Great Britain have carried the matter to such a critical stage that th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 September 1899

Citizens of Hampton Give Evi? dence of Their Esteem for Him. PRESENTED WITH A WATCH Mr. Francis Cousey made tbe Presentation gp?ecl>, Wliile tbe Distinguished Gentleman Acknowledged Gift With Much Feeling. Dr. J. dr. Wlhile. or the Marine Hos? pital Service, at Washington, 'who ac? complished so much im 'killing out the yellow lever at the Soldiers' Home -and winning (the hearts of the H'aiiwptun people, "Was yesterday presented with a handisome gold watch and chain as ?a token of 'the respect 'and esteem! in which he, is held by every one here. During' the time Dr. White was in charge of the fever situation he avus Aeil'ling timi ready to 'assist and give his advice in aimything that looked to the interest -of 'Hampton, and the cit? izens, who /are ever ready and willing to show t'heir 'appreciation' of such kindness, determined to give some tes? timonial of the valiant imanner in which 'Dr. White took hold of the sit? uation'. After some thought it was decided to appoin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 September 1899

m-**'? ? - ii NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. ' NEW YORK. Sept. 2.?The stuck mar? ket was intensely dull throughout the short session to-day. si Tlie issue of the first preferred stocks of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas be? came active in the late dealings and nl vanccd 1 per cent. The surplus reserves of the banks are unprecedented!}- low at this period of the year. Even if the interior money market are able to supply funds to move the crops that will involve a cur? tailment of supply at a source to which New York has applied frequently of late for relief. The constant recupera? tive process of the banks of England, France and Germany for many weeks, has put those centers of finance in much better position to meet an imperative demand from New York for gold. But it is still obvious that only a high rale for money there would induce ship? ments of gold to New York. The gov - eminent revenues are running far ahead of last year's corresponding pe? riod and the outgo is much less. It hot been f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 September 1899

WANT IHK OLYalPIA. EjVbrt Itaing Tilade to Hriug Vewvy'g IflHs 8lii|i tn Haniptou Koad?. The Business Men's Association of Newport News will in all probability co-operate with the Norfolk Board or Trade in the latter's effort to have the cruiser Olympia, Admiral Dewey's flag? ship, brought to Hampton Roads dur? ing the early part of October. Secretary E. W. Huffman several days ago received a letter from Secre? tary Dawes, of the 'Norfolk Board of Trade, notifying hllnt of the movement ?on foot and enclosing a copy of reso? lutions which were passed. These res? olutions set foj.th that tlie Boartl of Trade should petition Secretary of the Navy John D. L't.ng to send the Olym? pia to Hampton 'Roads early in October ami should request the Business Men's ?Association of this city to co-operate with a view of getting the crack cruiser in these waters for a stay of a week or more. Secretary Huffman sent the following reply: "Your letter enclosing resolutions en? dorsed as passed by your ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 September 1899

BKS F.I.I A NT MANOEUVKJ58. Will be Patterned After Napolenlc Cam? paign. Gossip of Aerlin. (Copyright 1S99. The Associated Press.) ? BERLIN. Sept. 2.?The army manoeu? vres which will begin to-morrow and end September 15th will be of more than usual interest and importance. The operations will he conducted on the same ground and will 1>e largely pat? terned after the Napoleonic campaign of 18Uf>. 'Half the troops engaged, the Firteentb corps, will approach th; op? posing forces, the Sixteenth corps, by forced marches through the Black for? est passes. After striking the piairis the corps will operate along both sides of the Enz river. The decisive action will probably occur in Wurtemberg, be? tween 'Stuttgart and Ludwigsburg. Big reviews ;it Carlsburg, Strasburg and elsewhere will precede the manoeuvres. Emperor Wiliam strongly hopes to see some strategic surprises. A GRACEFUL ACT. An act of unusual courtesy is the permission given to Colonel Samuel S. Sumner, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 September 1899

Associated ~ Press Dispatches. VOL. IV. 212 A Word from Fmperor William | Might Free Dreyfus. SC11WARTZC0PPEN1S NEEDED Salvation urtlie Prisoner of DiviI'm Inland | Dopende Upon the Testimony of the Former German Military At? tache at Paris, (By Telegraph.) ?RENNKS. 'Sept. r,.?Tin- salvation Captain Dreyfus hinges on a wor.T from I Km.poroir William. This is the general | opinion here to-night. If the Kaiser consents to allow Colonel Schwartzkop pen. the Gorman military attache at Paris in 1S'J4, to testify before the court martini or to send a deposition or, what j is considered still more probable; to ? low his deposition to he accompanied I by the actual documents mentioned in | the bordV-reau then Dreyfus is stiver] If tin.' Emperor, however, (P rides that | it is not in the interest's of Gorman} for Colonel Schwartzkoppen to 'nter vein; then Dreyfus' case, is hopeless and j Iiis condemnation certain. 'ALL EYE'S ON THE KAISER. To-night the eyes of France are look- | ing across t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 September 1899

QUESTION SOF TIME Council Must Go Back to Old Method of Paying Bills. PRESENT PLAN DOESNT WORK Personnel of the Iiivfhtigating Committee >"ot Y'et Decided Upon. The llniin clal Fealnrt) Munt ho Set: led ?first. Tlie Coutroverr-y. LS' - .Who will go on the tour of investiga? tion and Inspection for the purpose of iearning the paving 'business? This is ?t question that will net be answered until it is learned who will loot the hill. . 'When the question was first broach? ed, it was understood, as a matter of course, that the city would pay tie- ex? penses of the party, inasmuch as it will go away on the business of the city,) but when tile matter cane- up before the council it Was found thai there ?were not enough present in favor of sending a committee to authorize an appropriation for the purpose, so those ?who wanted to sent] the party voted to do so, but did not lake up tie- question of appropriation. 'Phis will doubtless be brought up at the next meeting of ?the counci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 September 1899

TERM Corporation Court Will Consider Three Murder Cases. MR. VAUGliAN'i MYSTERY Ho Wallt? to l'ay S >ano Oue tlie Costs In ! JUs Case. A S-<(1 Instance of Over Confidence. Justice Brown Dis? poses of a L?rj{o Docket. !*;?' - The Corporation Court begins fts September term Monday, and Will be in session twenty days considering ^criminal business exclusively. The docket will he called Monday, unit thereafter some important cases will be considered. Among these will be that of Walter Wood, who will have his new trial on the charge of murdering Jack Gloven. The attorneys for Wood have been anx? ious to dispose of his case, and the commonwealth's attorney would also i be glad to get it out of the way. Both j sides are confident. It is believed that ? tlie case will be cone.tided in two days ! shorter time than before. Ben Bates 'will have his second trial 'this term. also. IBs attorneys are con? fident of acquitting him. but the com? monwealth is believed to be in a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 September 1899

C. E. TlTACKER, Editor ana Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT M'( i.NDAY BY THE Dally Press Company COPY FOR CHANGES OF CON? TRACT 'A'IiS MUST HE IN BY G P. M. TO INSURE A PPEA RANGE IN NEXT ISSUE OF TH E PAPER. I* POSTOFFICE BUILDING. Entered al 'the Newport News, Va.. Postolllce as second-class matter. TH?RS DA Y, S EI "T KM B E'R, AS TO BRICK PAYING. In the July number oC the Review Reviews 11. Foster Hain, assistant State geologist of Iowa, has a very in? teresting .'itiil 'instructive article oi i'brick paving in the middle West. Mr. Hain carefully considers lie clai'ms and merits of the various pavinj materials Mow in use and for one tea son or another dimiss.es them all, with the exception of brick, as jiinp'.'acticab or too costly for the purpose of sma cities. 'Regarding 'this sort of paving, he says: '"Aside from til" average low eosl brick pavement has many iiicldenta -advantages, especially in the ease el the smaller towns. H docs no. requ'irt a high onler of skill ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 September 1899

HAMP1 Quarantine Around the Home to be Partly Raised Today. TO BE DECLARED OFF THE 9TH Toterans Having Their Familie? on (lie Outside *V1U bo Given Their Free? dom Tills Morning. Charles ?Tones Indicted. Today will mark the beginning of the raising of tbo quarantine which now surrounds the Soldiers' Home, and by Saturday morning it is thought very likely 'that the iiuarantine w'iil be a Illing of the past. Governor 1'. T. 'Woodfin received or? ders yesterday which stated that be? ginning with today he could issue passes to those of the soldiers that had their families living on the outside of the "Home. There are quite a number of this class of men in the Home, and the news that they are to greet their loved ones again 'was received ?vRh, much pleasure last night by the fami? lies of the veterans. 'Many of the passes were issued last evening, and by daylight this morning it is expected ?that guards on duly w ill begin to honor 'them. It was also stated yesterday that by Saturday mor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 September 1899

MARKET REPORTS Er*?"-* ' ? NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. NEW YORK:, Sept. 0.?St. Raul was the central llgurv in to-dav's market. The .publication of the annual repot t. ?with its detail of facts and figures, all showing extraordinary prosperity, was the,Incentive of the buying which was . very large and which carried the price steadily upwards nearly two points. So wide a movement in a standard stock of St. Paul's character was look? ed to arouse some sympathetic strength, in the general market. The St. Paul movement In the upper stages of 'the advance showed some signs ^f manipu? lation for the purpose of sustaining the general market. There was quite free selling -wherever there was a notable advance in price and the last hour was given over to a realizing movement. Tennessee Coal dashed up and down in an erratic manner all day. climbing 9Vi points in the lirst hour and dropping' again to within three points "f last night. The feverish 'demand' for this stock is attributed to a large sho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 September 1899

WANT TBE OLYMPIA Business Men's Association Take Prompt Action. COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS Ai-potntod at a Special Met ting Held Ye- - terdxy. The Claim? of Tills Section It III be Presented tu t lie Depart? ment. A Stroog Point. Newport News has taken up the fight to get 'Admiral, Dewey's flagship, the Olympia, and "the White Squadron t>> conn? here after the arrival of the hero of Manila. The Business Men's Association held a special meeting yesterday afternoon at ? o'clock for the purpose of discuss? ing the matter, anil appointed a com? mittee consisting of Messrs. T. B. Hen? ley, chairman, Jt. P. Orr. it. G. B'ick ford, A. L. Powell and E. W. Huffman, to prepare suitable resolutions. These resolutions will either 'be taken 'by the committee to Washington and presented to the department by them, or the committee will wrr'.: in conjunc? tion with Norfolk, which is trying to attain the sanVe end. It is believed that the former course will be adopted as the most...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 7 September 1899

KAISER CAN SAVE BIN (Continued from Fidst Page.) tial; "you are delivering a speech for the defense. You have assumed the role of counsel for the defe nse." M. Trarieux: "I regret that this re? mark should he made to me in such terms when I was merely replying to questions." General Billot at this juncture arose and strode rapidly t<> the platform. Speaking with suppressed excitement, he said he regretted lie had not heard the first part of M. Trarieux's evidence yesterday: but lie was aware that like to-day's deposition, it was merely a speech in favor of Dreyfus an 1 Picquart and an accusation against former 1111:1 isters of war. M. Trarieux. General Hillott said, mentioned things which ought to have been left unspoken as a witness. He desired to associate himself with the protest just made toy the president of the court. 1 Replying to M. Labori, General H?? lm accepted the entire responsibility fur the receipt given to Major Ester hazy I'm- the "document li'...

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