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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 29 September 1899

Defeats Mr. Francis F. Causey for the Nomination. CAPE CHARLES CONVENTION Messrs. Nottingham and Matthews Also Chosen legislative Candidates. The Fight Over the Elizabeth Clly County Delegate. Throe Democratic candidates for the legislature were chosen in the con? vention held at Cape Charles yesterday. Mr. f.. G. Donohoe. as a lloater delegate from Elizabeth City County, Mr. J. E. Nottingham, a lloater from Northamxi ton and Mr. S. VVilkins Muthews. of Acoaniae, were the successful candi? dates, all of whom are said to favor Governor J. Hugo Tylei for the United Slates Senate. It was a groat day for the Demo? crats, and Cape Charles was mode lively by the appearance of about loa visit :rs. who came to participate in the convention. The Accoina : and Northampton County delegation arrived early in tho morning, while the Cape Charles steamer, which reaches there at 31 A M. brought about :i'i Dem "-rats from Elizabeth City County. All interest, however, was centered in the Elizabeth Ci...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 29 September 1899

MARKET REPORTS NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. NEW YORK Sept. 28.?The mark.' for securities today was a small and| tame affair toy contrast with the vi lent fluctuations of the earlier period of the money stringency. The rate for call money vibrated between 12 and li per cent, during Hie active demand, but after that was satisfied, fell by quick stages to 3 per cent. The needs of bor? rowers over the three ensuing holida was satisfied in largo part yesterday in] anticipation of pressure for aceomiim dation today and conequently today' high rate did not go within (! per eem of yesterday's. The bank statement i was unfavorable beyond all express d anticipation. Although t he outgo to j the sub-treasury was reduced to $l.-j 196,000, four days of business, the loss s of cash to the interior brought the total reduction in the reserve up to $4.515.890., In spite of a ma reduction in loans oCj $7,752,700. the meagre surplus reserve was still further reduced $1.239.250. it is obvious that loans made...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 29 September 1899

A WILD SCENE la t'u* Ouaktr City W hen Mr. Borneman Ittached Th.ro. According to a private telegram re? ceived in the city from Philadelphia, Mrs. Georgia Borneman and George ?Waddell, the negro with whom she is said1 to have eloped, were arrested in the Quaker 'City yesterday. Arcording to this telegram, which comes from a trustworthy party, there -was a "wild scene with the husband" v.h' n the arrest was made. Air. Borneman loft for Philadelphia ?several days ago for the purpose of having his wife and the negro arrested. Before going he put his little son in an orphan asylum at Luray, Va., where he will be brought up. He learned recently that his wife left Staunton. where she went after eloping to Pennsylvania with Waddell, and de? termined to have 'both parties arrested with a view of setting a divorce. He reached Philadelphia Wednesday ami the arrests followed this morning, according to the telegram received here. Mrs. Borneman and the negro Wad 'ilell left Newport News together...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 29 September 1899

TROOPS EXTER PORAC. Capture of the Town Was a Strnttgtc Conp. ficht Lwtrd Halfaa Honr. (By Telegraph.) > MANILA, Sept. 2S.?10:10 A. M ?The movement against Porac. about eight miles from Bacolor, in Pampanga pro? vince, which began at daybreak this morning, is conducted personally by General MacArthur. General Wheeler, with the Ninth In? fantry, and a battery is advancing by Two roads, while G moral Wheaton. commanding the Twelfth and Seven? teenth regiments, is moving to block the insurgents retreat from the north. The Thirty-sixth regiment accompa? nies General 'MacArthur. Firing has begun near Angeles. Two Filipino majors came to the American lines last night with a mes? sage regarding the American prisoners ?who were to arrive this morning. They also requested permission for General Alejandrino. one colonel and two lieu? tenant colonels to visit General Otis. M 1 "ST C< ).M E A l.i INK. They were refused entrance to Un American lines until noon Friday, on ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 September 1899

Associated Press Dispatches. it i > * " ? VOL. IV. 232 Reported as Seen from the Flagship Olympia. BRILLIANT NAVAL PARADE New York ? Dazzling Celebration of the Conqueror-* Return. Millions Cnlte in Gloriryiug the Nation'? ll?ro. Graphic Penographs. NEW YORK. Sept. 2'J?No Roman conqueror, returned to ins triumph oC barbaric splendor: no victorious kins, or prince, coming home from a success? ful war. over received such a magnifi? cent ovation as overwbelmned Admiral Dewey today as be stood on the bridge of the Olympia at the head of a mag? nificent fleet of steel thunderers of 'he deep, foil'iwcd 'by a thousand vessels of peace, each tiered and coated black with people, and sailed over the bright waters of the upper bay and up the broad pathway of the sun-lit river, whose banks were gay with millions of Mags and streamers dancing in the wind. The sky was blue, the water rippled tinder the fresh wind that held out tlags straight and jaunty. and the wharves and piers and ro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 September 1899

ROCKETTS TRAGEDY In Which Fiatirons and Human Teeth Are Straogly Blended. IMVROMPTU PERFORMANCE ven by Three Black Face Coir.metllnu? ?t Iii? Slatioulioune Yesterday Afler uoon to a Small. But S.Uct Au? dience. The Gbn?ily UetxllK J^upo si uotu aodnds u.?u ?tp i|i|.tt ,,3upl j In the station house yesterday after? noon' a scene was en icted. which, could it have been reproduced upon the stage, would eclipse anything ever of? fered the public in the line of black? face comedy. Yet. there was a touch of trigedy in] it. too. If was about " o'clock. His Honor. Justice J. b. G. Brown, was lounging near the sergeant's desk giving Sheriff Milstead a specimen of ir.inii'table ne jrro dialect. Nearby, Captain Phillips; | ?chief of the Blood field police, lingered. There, too. was Magistrate Semmes. House Sergeant Mc-'C'ullum. a couple of] newspaper men and some others,. To this coterie there suddenly a ?peared a Xiobe in ebony. She walked slowly to where "tMistei Justice Brown" sat, and. as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 September 1899

IT IS k POOR RULE That Won't Work Both Ways in Warwick County Politics. CONTEST CASE DRAGS ON But It Is Not Wholly Unlntercstli g. New Trial for Henry Brew Inj; tori. O'Boyle's Case Continued. A N?w magis? trate. Police Court. '/ 1 It Is a poor rule that won't work both ways in politics, especially in the OKI Free State of Warwick." That noted contest case is slowly dragging i'ts weary lengths through the County Court at Denbigh, and seme half a dozen brilliant attorneys sit about, pondering over strange docu? ments, watching it drag, with weary eyes and abiding faith in the trust that an end of sonic sort is inevitable, however long delayed. 'And yet, the proceedings are not en? tirely devoid of interest. for those . strange documents aforesaid read, in j many places, like the fabies of Aesop, j of old, while others are 1 ke a second 1 edition of the Arabian Nights, skill- j i'ully revised, edited .and corrected. | But the human documents th'a't are submitted in evidence are even m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 September 1899

DAILY PREVSS C. E. nrACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISH BD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE DaJIv Press Cotnpanv COPT FOR CHANGES OP CON? TRACT ADS MUST BE IN BT 6 P. M. TO INSURE APPEARANCE IN NEXT ISSUE OF THE PAPER, 'No employee I' the Daily Press Com? pany is authorized to contract any obli? gation in the name of the company, or to make purchases in the name of ihe :-!ime. except upon orders signed hv th ? PUBLISHER OF THE I > A i BY PRESS. POSTOFFICE BUILDING. Entered at the Newport News, Va.. Postofflce as second-class matter. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER:!'). 1?K>. ?BOSTON WANTED IT. 'Had Boston spoken for the Olympia ?a. little earlier in the game, the enter? prising and patriotic gentlemen who went up to Washington to request that Admiral Dewey*s flagship he sent to these waters, might have saved them? selves the 'trouble of going on the er? rand. With a Massachusetts .<??;?.-? ary of the Navy, and especially one who has given such unquestionable m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 September 1899

HAMP, Professional Cracksmen Secure $1,600 in Money and Swag. DYNAMITED AN IRON SAFE Cash Amounting to sotoo Stolen from Watts & Ho ward's Store. Mr. jr. H, Darllng'd House Rurglarlxed. SI,OOO In Silver Lost. - Hampton was visited by a bold gang r>f what seems to be professional safe crackers, yesterday morning. ?The grocery store of Messrs*. Watts and Howard, which is located on Queen street, extended, about three-quarters <>f it. mile from the h art of the city, was the scene of the burglary. It lias been the custom of the firm, for the accommodation of their customers, to voi a. banking business in a small way. they receiving deposits from their pa irons, who only went to bank once a ?week. Some time during Thursday night or early yesterday morning burglars en? tering the store room by way of the frowt den-, in which they chiseled a hole large enough to cause the lock to give way. It seems that after gaining un entrance the robbers mad...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 September 1899

MARKET REPORTS CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET. CHICAGO, September 29.?Septembar I trading was prominent in all the .errain | markets to-day and prices covered a ! markably wide range. Heavy coveringI by shorts in corn advanced September | nearly two cents, but it closed at V? cent decdine. September wheat brok-. ^4@% on local offerings. Decent bai closed. 1.4??% lower. Oats ciosed | 3/4 lower for September and shade lower for December. The ? eitement in the New Orleans cotl market caused a freu covering by shorisl early in the day. Provisions close 1 un? changed to live cents lower. The leading futures ranged as f il Jo-vvs: Articles. Open. High. Low. Closing WHEAT. Xo. 2? Sept. Tl'i 74% 72%?% 72>.'.'.7-< Dec. 7.".vi 74% 73V:.?i% 7:p;.'e-': May 76*4?% 77'/R 70% bP-,?< 'j CORN', No. 2.? Sept. 22% 34% 32% 32?J Dec. 30 (f7',s 30% 2!>% 30 ?Mav 30% ' 31% 30% 30% OATS, No. 2.? Sept. 22% 22% 22'/, 22% May 24"?i% 24%??% 24' " 2t'.-?' M KSS PORK, per hbl. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 September 1899

TBK COLON KL WON. ?Oom-icratlc Executive Committee De. cldes in Hl? Fttvor. 'Colonel R. E. Boykin's many friends j in this city will be i>leas.;d to learn that! has been recognized by the State (Democratic Execuive Committee] as the regular nominee of ihe party for the Slate Senate in the Thirty-second: district. The committee of which Col- ' one! C. Fenton Dey is chairman in isle ' >f Wight county was also recognized.' 'Fhe State committee considered sev- I oral contests. The greatest interest was feit in Ute isle of Wight case, whi.-h Involved the' nomination of Colonel R. E. Boykin for. the Senate -and T. N. Jones for the House. The contestants, Messrs. Shands and Dr. Bradshaw, were not! represented. Special interest attached to the split in the county because it is| the home of Senator Martin's wife, and there was never any doubt felt about the renomiinalion of Senator Boykin | untli the mass-meeting was held in which the Tyler forces developed un-! exr.eet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 September 1899

THE DEWEY PAGEANT Sharman-Crawford and Or. F. Mackey. In the line of yachts were two other foreign visitors, the Erl King and the "White Ladye. While the reception which greeted them was car-splitting and noisy enough for all purposes, it was not nearly so enthusiastic as the serenade to the passing Erin. THE FORMAL GREETING. NEW YORK, Sept. 20.?The formal ?welcome of New York to Admiral Dew ey was extended this afternoon when the mayor and a distinguished body of over a thousand officials and guests, including the special welcoming com? mittee, called on the Admiral and pre? sented a medal to him. The party ?went out on the big steamer Sandy Hook, escorted by the police boat Pa? trol. The ceremony, which '.began at 11 o'clock, was of short duration. The ?party included Governors 'Mc'Sweeney. i?f South Carolina and 'MeMillin. or Tennessee; Archbishop Corrigan: Sen? ator Depew. "Richard Oroker and some of Admiral Dcwey's relatives. PROQRKS.S OF THE KKVOLUriON. I! Jnourgent I.enter Hh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 1 October 1899

I Associated I Press I Dispatches. VGL. XV. 2:53 Land Parade in Dewey's Honor Gorgeous and Spectacular. SCHLEY IN SHOWER OF ROSES City, State und Nation Unite In a Magnifi? cent DeiuoiiMtraMou. l'res?utatloii <iftlie Loving Cup. Ttluinnlial 1'ugeant Unprecedented, (By Telegraph.) NEW YORK, .-opt. lit).?The second day <u' the otlicial welcome to Admiral Dewey opened eoiil and clear. There was hardly a cloud in the sky and the temperature was ju-s-t low enough to keep the crowd on the move. The first ceremony today was the presentation at the City Hall of a gold loving cup to the Admiral by .Mayor Van Wyek on behal'f of the city of Now York. At T o'clock the police boat Patrol with a special reception eom'mit'tce on board made up of St. Clair McKelway. Wm. McAdoo, ?evi 1'. Morton.'Chauncey M. Depew, Rich? ard Ci'oker and Warren M. Foster, started for the Olympia. The admiral hoarded the Patrol which steamed to the Battery, where the city's guest was no t by a com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 1 October 1899

?50,000 BLAZE AT WEST NORFOLK. HbStetter's Mill*, Two Stures and Many Dwelling* Destroyed. (By Telegraph.) 'NORFOLK. VA.. Sept. '.'.0.?A disas? trous eonflagration visited West Nor? folk, just across the Elizabeth river from Norfolk tonight, reducing to ashes sixty double dwellings, Hostetter's saw mill and dry kiln and two general si .'res. The twellings were occupied by about ISO colored families, employed in the mills at the place. Many of these were rendered "penniless. The loss wiil aggregate at least $">0, 000. HEItE'j A POKM lO DU.WHY. It Was Ueclled at Iii? .lackt.Smoker Last- Night. The following poem was recited at the smoker given tit the Waldortf-Astoria: HELLO! DRW BY! (Uncle Sam to George.) ? By Joe Kerr. (Manville D. Kerr.) Hello. Dewey!?Have a seat! How're th' boys'' An' how's th' fleet? Little weary??Never mind. You can rest when you're inclined; B st on laurels, if you please. Oh a hero's couch of ease: Not, however, till we've had Chance to show you tha...

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

Another Adjournment in the Bagby investigation. THE EVIDENCE LAST NIGHT Cover? the ?round Gone Over the First Night, Relating to Facia Admitted by the Defense. Thing? Came to a Stop. ?After hearing further evidence in the Bagby case. His Honor, the mayor, last night continued the investigation until 7:30 P. M. 'Monday evening, when he hopes to get through with it. and be able'to report-the resuit to the council th efollowing night. The investigation, as is known, is for the purpose of inquiring into the con? duct of Healt'h Officer J. R. Bagby dur? ing the yellow fever scare, he being charged with having 'been guilty of misconduct in office in the matter of is? suing passes and charging for them. The ddfense admits issuing a num? ber of passes, and claims that they were all issued in accordance with the regulations of the hoard of health. This has not been disputed. The delfense also admits that a fee was Charged in many cases in issuing passes, but claims that the fee was for the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 1 October 1899

WILL ARRIVE TUESDAY. BATK FOR THE COMING OF THE WHITE S<>UADRON. Some Detail* of the .lolnt Conference in Norfolk. Special Meeting Mon? day at Noun. The North Atlantic Squadron will ar? rive in Hampton Roads next Thursday from New York and will probably re? main ten days. This information is olfi cial. Coming from Ado oral Orowln shield, of the Bureau of Navigation. The ball and banquet in hinor of the officers of the squadron will occur 0:1 the night of Wednesday. October llih at the Chamberlin Hotel. This arrange ? ment is subject to th>' approval of Ad? miral Sampson, who has been communi? cated with. An overflow ball will be given at the Hygeia Hotel the sa.me nisht. The committee from the Business Men's Association, which went over to Norfolk Friday night to confer with the committees representing Norfolk ami Old Point, returned to the city yester? day morning. 'Messrs. Th mas B. Henley. A. i.. Powell and E. W. Hoffman represent? ed thi- Busines...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 1 October 1899

WILL DO THEIR PART Business Men Will Assist in Squadron Celebration. B. M. \. TO MEET TOMORROW W lie Ii tllo Mattel' Will lie lolly DlhCtum-il. Air. llei.lry Unufera With Prratdmit Lttwnuu, Hie ISutiiuii Hotel CiiKiiRc. ftoprlelors. The Business Men's Association will hol? a special meeting tomorrow night for the purpose of taking some action in assisting Newport News, Norfolk and OKI Point in the reception that is ?to lie given the North Atlantic Squad? ron during the time it remains in Hampton Roads. The sxiuadron will arrive in the Roads next Thurs'ay and ?V ill probably slay here to.-. ...ys. Mr. Thomas B. Henley, of the New pert News Business Men's Association, came over to Hamilton yesterday to see President \V. E. hanson. of the Hamp? ton Business Men's Association, in lef eience to securing their assistance and co-operation in the celebration. Mr. Henley found no difficulty in securing President L'awson's promise that the citir.ens of Hampton would do all m itheir power to a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 1 October 1899

Q=,s1?? GBQOPftai?OD? gBdDCfQ [DlP8D[p?[Pu??D Tigere is riotr\i 113 in trps line of goods but what you find in our stock. HU new and fresh. LACE CURTAIRS FRDm BSC to $15.do the PAIR. PORTIERS in the BAGDAD de SIGRS. $2,98 td id.go. BRDCATELL. SILKS ARD ALLTHE FABRICS, 75 t? $i.50,THE YARD. [LsigDd??9 [RlaDsBfflDP^a Trie rnosi cornplere line of Ladies' Fine Hosiery. ALL SIZES. PLAIDS, 5qc td TSC. THE nEW cREpan Va/eave. si,so, $1.75, $2.do. SILK ARD BRILLIART L|sle STRIPES, 5gc td $1.5q. VERY DARDSDmE LISLE GRPD DTITCH. $2.dg to $3.50. ARD THE mARY EXCELLERT VALUES at 25, 23, 39. 5dc. Misses. Children's and Infant's Hose liave not been forgotten in our selection, You -will find all that is new and dependable FROITl jsc to 3sc. Ti)e most attractive collection of Dress Fabrics in tl\is State, including] trie fewest Silks. tt]e fashionable Crepons, tt\e siqoWy Plaids aqd tt|e cur? rent novelties in Cotton Weaves. Tailor-rnade Costumes, Separate Skirts, Wraps, Silk Waists and Golf Caps, ...

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

f 4 $ Associated I Press I Dispatches. VOL. IV. 234 Washington Gives Admiral Dewey a Royal Welcome. GRAND PAGE ANTIN HIS HONOR Nation'? \ Capital in Holiday Drees and Thronged With Visitor*. President, Cabinet and Navy Department Greet Him Officially. _ ! - ( By Telegraph.) WASHINGTON, Oct. 2.?The home? coming of Admiral George Dewey?for henceforth the National Capital is to Ijo his home?was made the occasion for the greatest tribute ever paid by Washington m any individual. After the preliminary welcome in New York, itself unsurpassed In its kind, it re? mained for the highest and greatest in the official world to hold out the hand of greeting to the fatuous Admi? ral, and to Join with the people who are to be his fellow citizens in bidding him welcome The citizens had made every preparation to make the occasion wor? thy of their hero. (ITV IN HOLIDAY DRESS. Tlie decorations were elaborate: Pennsylvania avenue was ope mass of colored bunting along the entire line of march from the ...

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

STILL DRAGGING ON Another Adjournment of the Bagby Investigation. ONE WITNESS LAST NIGHT Or. William Hushing on tlie Stand. Expit*. naUur. oT Uov. He Happened to be I? miIiib Pmnc? anfl Why He Lild It. Minutes Inacc. ? Ibb . The investigation into the conduct of Health Officer Bagby during ilie quar untine continues to drag v carily along. .Ii will not be inistiod i:i time for the council meeting us the "layor hail, hoped, it will not be concluded before Wednesday night, if then. So far as is known, all of the wit? nesses for the city have testified. There are yet tobe introduced the notes <f the meeting of the health board on the Monday afternoo.i aft a- the quar? antine was inaugurated. The defense will probably have sou - evidence to introduce. Dr. Bagby will make a i ? r i-Wial statement. 'Phe adjourned investigation was n sunif.i last night. There was bui one witness. Dr. William Hoskins. who is associated with Dr. Bagby in the prris tice of medicine, and wno issued ...

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