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

VT ARK ANT FOR RICHARDSON. ''?"?? After the Errum Husband Who Ha*' I>l8!\ppear?'?. I Several sdays ago the Daily Pros received a letter from Mrs. Mario Richardson, of Fernandina, Fla., ask-1 in.ir for information concerning the' whereabouts of her husband. Joe S. 'Richardson, who was believed to be in this neig'bborhood. if not dead. .Mrs. Richardson stated in her letter that her husband belemfred to the army and was ?snustered out in April. She has written ??ig'iu letters to him an 1 none of them I has been answered. It was evident from the poor .Woman's letter that she' was heartbroken at tie.- prolonged si- j lon<:e of her husband, being in igno- I rut> -e of his whereabouts. Since the publication i f that item in! 'the Daily Press there have been! developments which will not tend to lighter, t ile voting wife's burden of J 'sorrow. Her husband has been in this! city since he returned from the front! und new the police are looking for him1 on a ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 5 October 1899

IN A SHORT TIME Differences Between Longshore* j men May be Settled. PRESIDENT Kh'F.FR ON ?UND We fit lug Held at the Columbian Oper:? U6n?e Last Night. Cari>??Tct.>r* >m<l .Ioln??r*. Form Orguulzttiion. Aho the ItlKcksuililis. K A SHOUT TIME I.KAP LABOR j black 'longshoremen may be settled. ! Mr. Daniel J. Keefe, oC Chicago, pres? ident of the ..ational 'Longsho! ctnen's A.y.so. iafidn and member of the Illinois ! Stale Board of Arbitration, arrived in ! the city yesterday and appeared before ' the Columbian Opera House last night, j ?He heard the grievam s of the union,! and upon his suggestion a committee:j sidering the Question of whether the negro 'longshoremen, nc'u fortned into j u union, should consent to the organi? zation of a white union in this city. ?The 'white 'longshoremen, about forty j in number, have applied for a charter, but the lirst union established hero has the right to hold this charter up. This committee will repo...

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

WWW WWW V% Associated Press Dispatches. VOL. IV. 237 Columbia and Shamrock Again Drift Over the Course. BOTH SHOW GOOD POINTS Mutter <>f Supremacy IteinaliiB hb Much au Open Ouestion as llefore tlie Yachts Met. Immense Tliror.g; of Sp? ctatois Disappointed. 'By Telegraph.) NEW York. (lot. Again today! the sea refused the Columbia and Shamrock a Held of conflict: again to? day the multitude which wont out to watch the contestants for the yachting championship of the world returned j disappointed and not a little disgusted. The question of supremacy o? the two great yachts is still as much an open I question as before they tirst met. as the contest today was in some respects more of a fluke than thai of Tuesday. A DRIFTING -MATCH. It was a drifting match almost from start to finish. The yachts crossed the line with a breeze oC five knots and the wind never blew mere than six knots, most of the time less than three, .and part of the time not a breath of air was st...

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

? ROUTINE MEETING Regular Session of the Board oi School Trustees. REPORT OF THE TREASURER Condliin'i oflhe rlnanceKuF lh? ^?'lle>o!?. No f oal Scuves (? tmt Eud. Oueie tlonof?niilni; Sslarlt?. ?1r. 1.1 veatuj'? Itl-itlou. The Board of School Tiustees last ?night held its regular monthly meet? ing. It was not unir.teresUng, though, nothfng but toutine 1 usiness wa? trans? acted. Th M- present when the hoar,.] was i.-alled to order were Messrs. Bo'binson, O'Donnell. Reiily, Lives* y an ! Jones, ?superintendent Powell. i't ofessors Epes, Jeffress. Cheefham and Lee. In the absence of President Cooper, -\S'\ Robinson was called to the .hair. Mr. OTJonnell. chairman of the Building and Supply Cmi'mit'toe re? porter that the extra school room for the East End school had n .t yet ?teen rented. Mr. Livezey. the treasurer ? :" the 'board. reported the following state? ment of school funds for the year l?!i!>-1900: Balance, Aug. i. IS99.$ !M0.."S Amount paid since Aug. 1...

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

Decision of Mayor Moss Render? ed Last Night, i ???___ HiS SUSPENSION RECALLED htiiHonorStalnjUln Reasons ?t Length. Suuis Ui? lino Result of ihe liivt-ntlga Uon. Justice to the City ?nd the Individual His Am. L'iF - Dr. John It. Bagby is again health officer, in fact, of the city. tie has been acquitted and erfoner ?S.ed of the charge of malfeasance in office after as thorough investigation as could be made. H'is indefinite suspension ended last night, 'when His Honor, the mayor, ten* liim bis finding?the result of a trial ?that bus extended wer a period of over ten days, intermittently. In rendering his decision, the mayor said: "fit has been ray sole aim and purpose to be just to the city and to Dr. Bag by. In the investigation which I closed last night, I got every at?m of informa? tion 1 could on the case I adjourned the investigation several times in or ?der to get further information. ''In the light of the evidence submit? ted to me, there was absolutely no other decision I c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 6 October 1899

C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Dallv Press Company COPY FOR CHANGES OF CON? TRACT ADS MUST BE IN BY 6 P. M. TO INSURE APPEARANCE IN NEXT ISSUE OF TID2 PAPBR. No employee -.f the Daily Press Com? pany is authorized to contract any Obli? gation in the name of the company, or xo make purchases in the name of the same, except upon orders sighed by ths PUBLISHER OF THE DAILY PRESS. POSTOFFICE BUILDING. Entered at the Newport News. Va., PostofTlce as second-class matter. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1*99. DR. BAGBY ACQUITTED. The mayor of the city lias acquitted Health Officer John R. Bagby of the charge of malfeasance in office during the first days of the yellow fever s a e. This decision of the mayor will pro? voke considerable criticism, especially among those who have net heard the evidence adduced at the investigation. This investigation was impartial, and as thorough as it was possible for His Honor to make it. He exhausted the means at. his c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 6 October 1899

An Association to Assist Public School Teachers. MRS. WOOD MADE PRESIDENT While Mrs. Richardson ig to Occupy the Secretary's Desk. Iiraunan Murder I Case Goes Over. Interesting News Notss A largely attended meeting of the mothers (if the children of the Hanrp- i ton public schools" was held in the! A'.-ademy building yesterday afternoon' and after some preliminary work the ladies formed: themselves into a ".Moth-: us' Association," for the purpose of giving the- principal and teachers of the school their hearty corporation during the school year. The meeting was presided over by Principal Dudley It. Co-wles. j After having the object of the asso? ciation stated tu them a permanent er ganization was gone into, which re.-ult t-d in the selection of .Mrs. C. W. Wood | as president, ar.tl Mrs. ,j. W. Richard? son was chosen secretary. T!ie werk for the coming year was ?mapped out and the association will un? doubtedly prove a great help to the school. Mrs. Richardson was appointed a com...

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

MARKET REPORTS NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. NEW YORK. Oct. 5.?The stock mar? ket today continued to show marked in? difference to the disturbances in for? eign markets on account of the war scare and of money difficulties, as well as to the continued stiffness of the lo? cal money rate. Prices dipped at the opening on the rumor of an invasion of Natal by the Boer" forces and on the fuither advance in the bank of Eng? land's official rate of discount. Cut the! ? ?Pining prices were for the most part j the lowest and the market quite promptly set about retrieving its de i!ne. The liquidation Cor Condon ac? count was of comparatively small vol? ume, sales not exceeding 15.000 shares.' In fact the foreign stock markets seem-; <-d to take no very serious acount of the: strained condition of affairs and even; the Kaffir mining stocks, which would; be most vitally affected by the war, were quite firm. CALL MONEY EASIB-R. The market for call money in New. 1 ork showed further relief fr...

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

THE TEXAS IS FIRST. MIK ARRIVED IN HAMPTON ROADS ABKAIj OS TBE SUDACRON. Fitttni; That SUn Should be the First to iii-scli Hwre. Others Unc Tad?y, AVtiat Richmond Is Planning. 4 - The track battleship Texas arrived it: Hamij)ton Roads last evening about dark, 'being the first "f the White Skiuadron to put in an appearance Tinder fhe recent order of the Navy De ?parrment. The remaind? r of the squad? ron will n t arrive tintil today. prob obly not until in the afternoon. !t seems fitting that the splendid Texas should be the first to come. She was built at the 'Norfolk navy yard, und has always been the pride of the people of that vicinity, notwithstanding the terrific maligning che received from "in' end of the country to the other. The gallant vessel, however, fully jus? tified the faith of her friends, for in ?hat memorable sea fight off Santiago, she proved herself t'he best scrapper in the navy. Her magnificent behavior in that ac? tion effectually silenced the slander to which ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 6 October 1899

ATTORNEY GENERAL GRIGGS. Hl< Oulnlon In Iho Tsso of Capt Carter Is Made Public. .'By Telesraoh.l WASHINGTON. Oct. 5.?The opinion of Attorney General Griggs. in the case of ("ap:nin Oherlin M. Carter, of the army, upon which the President ap? proved the finding of the courtmartial. was made public today. After dismis? sing certain of the minor charges as un proveh the attorney general takes up the more serious questions. involved, first considering the objection that the charges upon which Carter v.-::-; found guilty was incongruous. He found that! Ureure. the usage and procedure per-! ureure. the usage and proi.lure per-j mit of an indefinite number of offenses being charged and adjudicated together' in one and the same proceeding. "Ill is not necessary," lie says, "to discuss whether this practice is wise, or wheth? er if is prejudicial to the rights of the accused: It appears to he established I by long continued practice and. so far' as i am able on investigation to di...

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

Associated Press Dispatches. VOL. IV. 238 Combines Campaign Work With Seeing Sights West. BIO RECEPTION AT QUINCY Kami Plays "JJ.xlo" on Ills Arrlvnl. lie vibKh the Sol'tlers* Home, Shakes Uta ty Hands and Makes a Speech. I>ay of Political Oratory. (By Telegraph.) QUINCY. U.l... Oct. 15.?The cannons boomed and hands played ""Dixie'' as President McKinley alighted from the Campania. his private car. at the grounds of the Illinois Soldiers" Home this morning. The sun shone brightly, making an almost perfect day. Fifteen hundred veterans, inmates of the Home,, cheered enthusiastically as the Presi-j dent and members of the cabinet took carriages to be driven between long platoons of soldiers around the beauti? ful grounds of the Home. The Presi? dent was first escorted to an improvis-j ed platform from which he bowed and smiled an acknowledgement of the Vet? eran's greetings. shaking hands with as many as possible. Then in company with members of the local organization the P...

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

MR. POTTER TO COME He Was Wired for Yesterday by Mayor Moss. FORMIDABLE DANGER SIGNAL ?u*.<t;uriheStann l'iioii the tine (if Mm Stwjr on Lafayette Avenue. tVrll?.u.t HnliK. < oimnftfee <-ii the liKgby V. r.llcl. W _ Mayor Moss has telegraph.?.! to New "York to Mr. Alexander Potter, le ?'jues-ting him to run 1 .ni, in Newport ?"News and advise witli the - ity author? ities relative to the recent develop? ments in the sewer constriu lion pro blem. Mr. Potter may possibly arrive today, or he may r.ot conn- before Monday. There has heen little or no change in the situation, which may Ik- said toe in .statu quo. Very little work is being done, and 'the probability is that very little will be d ine until the p"_s ent controversy, if there i.-. a en:re? verse, is .-ettied. The notice served on th.; ,:ity by I he trust company at the las; meeting of the Council -will lie prescht?!j to Mr. ?Potter for his inspection, fi ?; 1 ho will to,- asked to id.se in the...

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

Judge Barbara Had His First Habeas Corpous Case. TWO UNUSUAL INJUNCTIONS ttfairlc .l Men Have a D.flVjr. nc. Mr. Wilson Sayn He Ua? Been llmn.g.? by Mr. Uttrtou. Cooler T.rro Beging on Monday. Judge T. ,T. BaVham, of the Corpo? ration Court, granted two temporary injunctions yesterday, both of thorn ! rather unusual, one of them especially so. This latter was to Francis R. WiN I son, proprietor of the Auditorium, for? merly the Warwick Theater, James J?l. Karton, the well-known variety thea-1 ter man, being the defendant. The pe? titioner, represented by Attorney C. C. "Mitchell, represented in his bill that | Sir. 'Barton, 'from whom he rented, had, for some reason, been advertising the! Auditorium as one of his enterprises, whereas he had nothing to do with the! management :r proprietorship of the j place. The complainant goes on to say that! he had established a reputation Tor! fair-dealing ami the prompt payment of Iiis employees, thereby securing Wrood performers, making the Au...

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

1>ASLY ?C. E. TH ACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Dallv Press Company COPY FOR CHANGES OF CON? TRACT ADS MUST BE IN BY 6 P. M. TO INSURE APPEARANCE IN NEXT ISSUE OF THE PAPER. No employee of 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 the ?>amp. except upon orders signed by th.> PUBLISHER OF THE DAIRY PRESS. POSTOFFICE BUILDING. Entered at the Newport News, Va., Postofflce as second-class matter. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1?S0. THE GREATNESS OF OTIS. Replying to a criticism of Genera! Otis, wthieh appeared In the Boston Beacon, the New York Sun says: "Gen. Otis is proceeding with his 'ask ?with ability that it would be difficult to replace, and in due time Iiis cam? paign will be successful. His authority is heing delegated as it should be in uvery proper direction. His generals are at their posts, each with the au? thority land...

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

Popular Boniface Passed Peace* fully Away Last Night. AFTER LINGERING ILLNESS Sketch ol" His Interesting and Useful Elfe. Funeral Takes Flaee from St. John's Church, Hampton, Tomorrow Afternoon. Other Items. Mr. George Booker, proprietor of the Sherwood Hole!, at Old point, is dead. Mr. Cooker has been i'l for nearly one month. Saturday evening last he was taken suddenly worse, ami at 7:20 1 o'clock last evening he passed peace? fully away. Mr. B loker has 'been a sufferer from acute stomn.-h trouble for many years, but lately Iiis health began to Rive ?way. In the early pai t of June Mr. "Booker accompanied by his 'wife and niece. Miss lima Von Schilling, went abroad with the hope that he might be ' improved. He first went to Germany, j and after receiving treatment in one ; of the 'hospitals there, he pr ceeded to; Amsterdam. Here he improved a lit- ! tie, hut as it was evident that his Jis ease bad gotten the better of him. the deceased expressed the wish that they return home in...

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

MARKET REPORTS NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. NEW YORK. Oct. 6?With the ex? ception of. some profit taking sales in the last hour of today's market the [ movement of prices was upward al? most without interruption. The de? mand was not large at any time, but the supply of stocks proved small even at the higher prices except in a few cases, notably Southern Pacific, which met large offerings at 38. The late break was led bv the Brooklyn Transit which was pressed down" under the flood of offerings to S7, an extreme d clinc of 3%. The profit taking which I was induced by this weakness was| most conspicuous in Sugar and Tobacco, which lost nearly two points each of the extreme advance. Money rates wore easier largely din to offerings on account of outside banks. The total sales of stocks today were 411."(10 shares. Atchlson . 20% Atchison, pref'd . ,;2% Balto. & Ohio . SO Canadian Pacific . 90% \ Canada Southern . 52% Central Pacific . 57% j Chesa. & Ohio . 23 I Chicago ...

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

SUSPICIONS NOT VERIFIED. j| Ensllsh Y<sntli Who Knew How to [ Turn "Woman's Cnrlo?ltS" i Into Profit. Ons morning the other week a lady Jiving in Dulwich answered the bell to iind a bulky boy, with an innocent red i'aee and large, flapping ears, standing on the steps. He explained that he -wanted to see her husband, and she an? swered that her husband! had left for his office. "I'm the boy who sweepB out all the j ?offices in the building where he is," I said the boy, as he backed down the ? steps, "and this morning I found a let- i ter in the waste basket." "Well, you can leave it," she replied. I "I?I think I hadn't better," lie half whispered, as he showed the pink en? velope. "Boy?that Is?boy, let me see that :lcttcr," she said as she advanced and extended her hand. "Oh, 'twouldn't be 'znctly right, mi'niu, 'cause I know he'd give me a shilling." "Look here, boy," she said, as she felt in her pocket for tlio half crown left to buy coffee and tea that morning, "you tak...

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

MR. MADISON IS CONFIDENT. SATS nK HAS NO DOUBT OF RESULT Of CONTEST OK ELECTION. Dofj Not ?Ditorriittmat? ilm S'rorgthof Upponc Til. Rf publican Confoi* ence und Piang. Mr. K. ?'. Madison. of Warwick Court House, candidate on the Demo? cratic ticket for the .legislature from this district, was in tin- . ity yester? day for a short time. Mr. (Madison was in a good humor. "The prospects seem first rate to me." In- said', " ami I haven't a doubt of the final result. Alt t'.i" same time, then- is ample reason for hard work and I am doing it." Speaking of the R publican candi? date. Mr. iMulcahy, Mr. Madison seemed of the opinion that he had a worthy antagonist, whose strength he \ did not underestimate. "The factions seem united on him." he. said, "and he wili probably make a strong show? ing." Concerning tin- famous .? ntest now in progress in tie- county court. Mr. Madison bad this to say: "We will win in tin- end. I haven't a doubt. -\s to the legal phases of tie- situation, 1 woudn'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 October 1899

VOL. IV. 239 Columbia and Shamrock Again Fail of a Finish. AMERICAN WAS IN THE LEAD Yesterday'it Struggle Served to Show That the Shamrock Is the Ablegt Boat Kver Sent Over After the Cup. Story of the Kun. (Uy Telegraph.) NHW YORK, Oct. 7.?old Boreas, again today played battledore ami shuttlecock with the groat single stick? ers, and the third attempt to sail the lirst rare of the Columbia-Shamrock scries for the international trophy, ended in failure. The race was declar? ed off 15 hdnutes before the time limit expired, with the yachts still live miles from the linish. But the vast throngs who went down to the sea to witness the battle royal, wane in a measure compensated by seeing a magnificent light weather duel. COLUMBIA WAS LEADING. In the end. the disappointment of the patriots was sharpened, perhaps, by the fact that wher. the race was abandoned the Columbia was in the lead and im? proving her position and had it been finished today the American champion might have had one ni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 October 1899

ENEMIES OP BEES. They Are Numerous and Intelli? gent in Their Mischiei Parasites of the Insect World That Are Too Laiy to Work ami ?trit to Rob the Industrious Money lice. To the etudent of natural history a morning at the apiary seems well spent, not alone in watching the maneuvers ot the honey bee. but in observing the various dwellers of the insect world who hover about the home of the bees in 'the hope of snatching a taste ot stolen sweets. But it is not the stranger insects only who annoy the apiary of bees; the ro!> ber honey bees from other apiaries, and even from hives in the same apiary, are apt not infrequently to cause a skir? mish. These robbers, too !a7.y to seek among .the iiowers their lawful booty, dart about the entrances of the hives, striv? ing by art and celerity to enter onti bear away to their own hive the pil? laged honey. If the colony which they are trying .to rob is a strong- one, the marauders ?are quickly pounced upon by the bees who guard the ...

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