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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 October 1899

Associated Press Dispatches. VOL.IV. 2?C, SCENE1 IN COMMONS Radicals Again Attack the Qov ernment's War Policy. APPROPRIATION, BILL PASSES Ouetn'a Speech Is Itead in l'aillaraeut. j Sit nation In Transvaal Presents No New Feature* Today. British Troupn Are Keating. (By Telegraph.) LONDON. Oct. 27.?The third rend u ol' the appropriation hill in the Ileus? of Commons today gave opportunity lor further attacks on the governments war policy. Mr. Lloyd-Oeorge. Radical, member for the Carnavon district, declared the otters of the Transvaal had ben mis? represented, whereupon Mr. Chamber? lain jumped up and protested an ! lit? speaker. Mr. 'William Court Cully, in? tervened. Mr. Lloyd-George then with? drew his expression regarding misrep? resent at ion. TH'E! BHILL PASSES. The TTouse then passed the appropri? ation bill, after which the measures were taken to the House of Lords ar.d passed through all the stages. 'Pile Session id' the House W.1S SUS ipeivdod until 2 o'clock 1'. M. In tin-...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 October 1899

SYNOD OF VIRGINIA Will Meet in Newport News Next Year. IHH VO.L* WAS UNANIMOUS Noil-.tk I'n'Hliytery Co-oj.t ratoil Willi Mr. Wrtir.t)!. Closn of the ItrVlVHl. I'Cf. ?l?Ili>K KIiIt Wllmin Will bo llwre Sulwlny. There r'.in he no better illustration i f '.\ h.u an be aeeomiplishod by well-di? rected and intelligent effort than the success which lias crowned iii.- endeav? or of Rev. !?:. T. Wellford, pastor of First ?l'res'bj>;erian church, to get liv? ! next meeting 'if tin- Virginia Syno.,1 for ?this ci'iy. j Yesterday a telegram value front il l LinIi nglon. W. \"a.. where the Synod I i- 11.ay meeting, announcing thai thati body by a unanimous vat" had decided I to acce|Jt the invitation and meet in the ia vv-Fir." 'Presbyterian church in New- I port News next year. Th'is is gruti'fyiing news to the people of i his en, 1 of t'he Old Dominion, icgaid - I less i f denomination. It must lie es? pecially gratifying to the I'i ? soy. eria:is. pa I'lU-ii larl> tie- ministers of ...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 October 1899

MADE THEM TIRED Stale Witnesses Grew Weary Under cross-examination. SECOND DAY OP 1HG TRIAL Mr. Hutu M?k?* tho Ctoutuoil wvnltli' |\Vlt Conti Otllc-t Kncli Other.]?*? lit tilt) HriltHl KaclK Tt htlli?-<t t?> Kennt in llu>)iul(rii. T!n> forpnraitlon Court was engaged yesterday for the so -..nd day w'-th the trial of Wiiiiam O'Boy!-' on the charge of murdered IWura, Alma. 'Ham? ilton; 'J'he Commonwealth's Attorney, and a few others, perhaps, became imbued yesterday -with the idea that the cas? might lie disposed of by Saturday night, and. Judge Harham was asked to hold a session ke-'-t night. Hut i; appeared lo His Honor that su h a desirable thing as g.-'.iing through with the case bj to-night was entirely improbable, lb-, 'therefore, hesitated to put tin- jury to rlie inconvenience of night sessions and concluded no; to hold thc.m. It may he said that .Mr. C. II. R?th, attorney Tor tile defense, impaired to some extent tii.' testimony of tin- Com? monwealth's witnesses b...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 October 1899

C. E. THACKBR, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Oaiiv Press Company COPY FOR CHANCES OF CON? TRACT ADS MUST BE IN BY C P. M. TO INSURE A.PPEARANCE IN NEXT ISSUE OF THE PAPER. No employee of the Daily Press Com? pany is authorized tu contract any obli? gation in tlii' name of the company, or to mak" purchases in the name of the same, except upon orders signed by the PUBLISHER OF THE PAILY PRESS. POSTOFFICE BUILDING. Entered at the Newport News. Va., Poetofflce aa second-class matter. SATURDAY. CUTOBEBl -L I SIR*. MONKEYING WITH A Hl'ZZ-SAW. Perhaps France knows what she is about, but there can be no dou'.n thai the proposition to send a l ug,- Freu Ii squadron to South Africa is a .. . ? ? oils playing with the lire. Ii is a We:I known fact that many nations, as we'd as iiKlividuals, 'have gained positions of weal'Jh and power by minding their own business. This tiling of sending war? ships to potts dominated by unfrieti'tlj powers is something like ca...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 October 1899

Company With $100,000 Capital Will Locate in Phoebus. MUCH LOCAL CAPITAL IN IT Site Selected for the Plant at Sevan Gnn Battery. Messrs. Leonard, of Phoe bus: and .Schultz and Mawklreh, of Richmond, the Promoters. TMioehus has every prospect of secur? ing a new Industry, which will prove ..I" much benefit to that hustling and fast progressing village. The new plant is in th.' shape of a largo brewery for the .manufacture of 1.r. Messrs. otto Newkirch and I-'-" Schultz, two inlluential business nun of (Richmond, have been in Phoebus sev? eral days, looking for a location and as 'ertaining the prospects for opening such an industry tlier.-. Tip. gen'tle? inen have selected th" tract of land at Seven i ".mi P.aittery as a proper site for the establishment of the plant, owing to its adequate sewerage. In case tin: gentlemen timl it to their interest to locate here the brewery will Ik- erected <m th" creek there, with the front and corner portions 'converted into offices for the conce...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 October 1899

NEW' YORK STOCK MARK ET. N"BW YORK", Oct. 27.?Til- slock market made a considerable display ? strength during the early horns of lhe| day. loiter tliere was occasional ad? vances by individual stocks or groups, some of "Which saved gains on tie- ,la> but in the majority of eases the aelivi selling movement of tie- last hour wip? ed out the early gains and carried prices in some cases sharply below la: t llighfS level. The lie.live of the Sei ling was tie- fear of an unfaVurabb bank statement tomorrow as well a: to take attractive proIiis on tie- week's) advance. The high pried industria specialties and the iron and steel stock were conspicuous in the late reaction Call money Ilmried to 10 per ceitl.| with a late demand lor loans to run-} over till .Monday and was unite tirmj at C to ; per cent, all day. According| 10 statements by the leading banks, the r.etshlpim-iits of euren, y to lly inte? rior both b> export and by deposits at the sub-treasury for telegraph transfer amoun...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 October 1899

NO'i'KS OK SHIPPING. IieiitD of luterent to MsrlnerB Uatlioreil from Everywhere. The Guiehew, a sheathed cruiser of S.277 tons, built in Prance, in imitation of the Columbia ami Minncnpolis in tin. United States navy, lias proved a sad disoppointment on her Dial trip. With a horse power of 24.000 a speed of 22 kntvts was anticipated, but the trial gave her only 21 knots. The French eonstructors propose to reduce the di? ameter of the propellers in order to . h tain more revolutions, hut this is not at all likely to recover a deficiency of sp.I of two knots, in addition iit will also he necessary to rearrange lite dis? position 01' weights, as in the present state both trim and behavior are faulty. The ship, it is alleged, is so disappoint? ing that so far as possible all details of this costly blunder are kept secret. The estimated cost of the Guiehew was $:'.,<)5!i.725, to which probably another million must be added to make the ves? sel serviceable. An armored cruiser named Gar...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 October 1899

THK AO RICO LTtJKA LISTS. Yesterday'* Proceeding* of tlie Conven? tion st Atlant?. ?( By Telegraph.) ATLANTA. O.A., Oct. 27.?At 111" morning session of the convention of the Association of th- Cotton States Commissioners of Agriculture, Presi? dent Stevens offered a resolution urg? ing the members of the association to lend their aid in securing a uniform classification of the cotton crop and it standard of weight. The convention resolved to urge legislation to this end and ask e*i-operation of experienced merchants in the undertaking. President Steve-ns was instructed tu invite the following states and terri? tories to become members of the asso? ciation: West Virginia. VirgiTfTa, North Carolina, South Carolina. Georgia. Florida, Alabama, Mississippi. Louis iana. Texas. Tennessee. Missouri. Cal? ifornia, Arkansas, Arizona. Oklahoma Territory, Indian Territory and N< w Mexico. HOSPITAL SHIP ItKKItSF AT MANILA. Lieut. Gurmody Probably .lumped Over board While Delirious. ( fly Tele...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 October 1899

f I Associated I Press I Dispatches. VOL. IV, 257 British Arms Have Accomplished Little in Transvaal. VICTORIES DEARLY BOUGHT .upending Movement? Around I.utlyom: t b Arejthe AU-Iroiiortnnt Or-oratlonr In View. Keiiorts of Further Urlt Ish Successes Coining I n. V Copyright, by Associated Press.) LO'N DO N. Oct. 28.?The South Afri? can war has now been in progress nearly thro,' weeks and so far the Brit? ish arms have been consistently crown? ed wit'h momentary sip.vess. though at a cost which verified President Kr?? ger"? prediction that the conflict would stagger humanity. But. though victory has fallen to IS real Britain whenever and win revi r the issues were of paramount impor? tance. General White's position t ' ay is scarcely more reassuring than at the outbreak of the war. So far he has only shown his ability to outwit by strategy the Boers' strategy. That ill its conception meets with high praise from the 'British military crisis. Now he appears to have reached the limit of...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 October 1899

Effort to Close the O'Boyle Case ' Last Night Failed. TROUBLE AS TO INSTRUCTIONS Wide Difference on the Application or the Law to the Cut. Jary Adjourned Over Until 10 O'clock Mon? day Morning, A vigorous effort was made yesterday in the Corporation Court to finish the ease of William O'Boyle, charged with the murder of Alma Hamilton. Had the instructions been ready for the jury. the case c-ould pretoably have been concluded, but they were not, and the end will not be reached before some tlime Monday, if then. This was anticipated, at tbe same time every thing possible was done to facilitate matters. The commoiiwealth's attorney asked for but one instruction outside of the usual instructions given in any murder case: but this instruc? tion was one to which the defense could not assent. -The defense brought in 4fabout two score instructions, but after? ward cut the number down to sixteen. These sixteen were argued and ar? gued and argued, but as the night grew old the attorneys were ...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 October 1899

JOINED THE CRUSADE; Local Y. M. C. A. Circulating a Petition Against Roberts. REV. MR. WELLFORD BACK He.Tr Newport Ni in Secured ?s: xt Meet! nj; of the Virginia Synod. Tenth Anni? versary of First Fr? shyterian Sunday School. The local V. ?I. 'C. A. has taken up ?the crusade against Congressman-elevt IBi-igham H. Roberts, and is circulating a petition in Ullis Congressional dis? trict. This action is taken aloes the linos suggested by the League of Social Service, which has taken the matter up. soiit out a million or more anti Morm,on pamphlets, and hundreds of these pctJi'lMons for use in the different districts in the United Slates. The petition is worde 1 as follows: ?"We. the undersigned, legally qudli lied voters of the said.Con? gressional district of the said State of .....do herebly most respect? fully 'and most earnestly call upon you as our representative in the Fifty-sixth Congress to use your utmost endeavor .and to exhaust all honorable means lo secure the prompt exclu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 October 1899

Washington Avenue Street ?JJBDD3aaCIDaC3ID3Bt[-CilEMODBllB::ffBI|Itl?ia3JCSBBI!r!!tBCIIMCtKB?^ Is orien made or marred by the character of its goods. Much of the success of this business is directly attributable to the honesty and up=to dateness of its equipment Prices, of course, must be right. This week we shall formally introduce in all their autumn completeness the new purchases of iress goods silks, outer garments, kid gloves, hosiery and underwear. You'll expect bargains; we'll not disappoint you. Each department vies with the other in a rivalry of values, every item of which rings true. Dress Goods. Just received a beautiful line of Cre pons. Price 39c up to tbe Silk ones a S1.9S. $2.25, $2.50 ami $2.98 a yard. Plaids, all the newest effects. Pric IS Vie. 19c, 25c, 39c. 4Xe. up to tbe doub! faced r,4 inches wide. $1.25 a yard. All the leading colors in ladies' hrea cloth, 5-1 inches wide S9c. the yard. New iMtkn. Xew Silks for shirt waists and skirts in black and colored figu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 October 1899

DEWEY AS A BOY. Admlml Invnrlnlily Took Side* \ mllh the Weak and the > nallled. - / As a boy George Dewey was alerti ^bright and vivacious. lie was not a Shard student* He was often mischiev? ous, but never malicious, says one of his biographers. He was fond of all (outdoor sports, and was not averse to a Ifist fight when he considered that, he was in the right. But he never pitched (into a Ind smaller than himself. He jtvas, always on the side of the weak lajjaftist Hie bully. Mary Dewey, bis tfister, was his frequent companion in |*hc milder amusements of his early pboyhood. She remembers that he was always chivalrous and kindly to hci 'and the other girls. She has said that leven as a child he was never afraid of ?the dark. "When his sister emphasized this 'characteristic," says Mr. Barrett, who tells the story, "I thought of the dark .night when he took t lie lead on theOlyin ipin and sailed into Manila bay past Cor regidor. without fear or hesitation." During his first year...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 October 1899

G. B. TTI ACKER. Editor and Manager. PUBLISH ED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Dallv Press Company No employee of the Daily Press Com? pany is authorized contract any obli? gation in the name of the company, or to make purchases it. the name of the same, except upon orders signed hv the PUBLISHER OF THE DAILY PRESS. POSTOFFICE BUILDING. Entered at the Newport News. Va., . POBtofflce as second-class matter. El AAJ W1N<'. TU E M 1 >B. From the scaffold oh which he was hung for the deliberate murder of his wife. Rev. (t. E. iMvurison, of Vcrnixt. Texas, bad Oos to say: "I am innocent. Circumstanres over which I had no control ivave placed me in this position. 1 have taken my trou? bles in private l'o Cid. 1 admit that 1 have a-ted indiscreetly. 1 have done no worse, however, than liundre s of men who stand hi eh in 'the r-'i ?' social, business and ofiicial cir. ? .? f your State.-' -j - Even if this assertion were true .ni l "hundreds vif men win stand high in the religious,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 October 1899

fir J&r ?v -vr -^r -^g/r- Of 'j&r 'gy 'j^T 'jjP 'J&r 'aSS^ * ???r 'jgT 2608 Washin of our Mew Store end m 1 7VO CARDS. YOU ARE NOJ Souvenirs of our Opening will be ALL ARE WECLC EXPECTED TO BUY resented to Every Visitor on that IE, Evening. T On the second floor is the most biilliant ever shown here. For weeks we have been preparing for this event and have gathered the richest and handsomest products of the artists of this country and France for this exhibit. Our stock of Birds, Feathers, Flowers.. Ribbons and other trimmings is entirely new and complete. We can reproduce any Pattern Hat or make hats to order at the shortest notice. A large assortment of line Tailor=made Suits, Coats, Capes, Furs, Skirts and other ready-to-wear garments on the second floor. Inspect our display of line Novelty Dress Goods on the first floor. Big Bargains in Blankets, Comforts, Lace Curtains and all Housefurnishing Goods. 2608 Washington Avenue. 2608 9 Washington Avenue' iU'l.I.ETS MIT SA ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 October 1899

DOLLAR OP 1804 IS A MYTH. Tita la th? ABscrtlon of ? Well? XCnomi American Anthorlty on JVnnilmria tie*. Is there an American dollar of the date of 1S04? If there is, it is worth a ?fortune, for it is one of the jack o' Jantems of numismatics. In a recent issue the American Journal of Numis? matics goes into an interesting account of what it terms the "myth of 1S04 dol? lars," and denies that any such coin, struck inthatyear.isiucxistcr.ee. Like comets, these alleged coins have been turnip up in most unexpected places for nearly a century. liccently coin deal? ers were excited by a story from Ra? cine, Wis., which told how a woman went into a dry goods store to buy a spool of thread and tendered in pay? ment a worn silver dollar, saying that she did not know whether it was good or not. The clerk saw flic date "1S0-4" on the coin, put it into his pocket, and threw a new silver dollar into the cash drawer. He was offered $1.50(1 for the old coin by a dealer, but refused to soil. In th...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 October 1899

CHARM OF RURAL WEDDINGS. 1 TSiere la aCnch Enjoyment in Pretty ( Nnptla.1 Fcntlvltlea In Conntry SurrnnndlnsB. A 'wedding in the country is one of Jthe most delightful of rural festivities. The charm of a country wedding is being felt more titid more by the fash? ionable world and there is little doubt that the greater number of those that have places out of town prefer to celc lu-ate their nuptials there, in the coun? try there seems to be more of the spirit of ronvtnce and good fellowship. There as a chance for everyone to thoroughly ?enjoy himself. No matter with what solemnity and stillness the vows are spoken in the church, the breakfast at the house is invariably followed by a frolic on 1he lawn and verandas, and in it the bride not infrequently joins. Lately at a prominent wedding the breakfast was served on the lawn, under the trees and by the lake. The bride, [just before leaving her guests, and still in her shimmering w hite gown, was sur? rounded by her bridesmaids. By on...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 October 1899

Washington Avenue and Twenty-Eighth St. Washingtoityvenue and Twenty-^hth St. e %&\d ^^^mpo^i?r\4r?f^?'tu^es;,, that is hardly emphatic enough, for as a matter of fact these two sections are te most important features of the store just at this time. Your thought is on these matters. To guide that thought and fiily fix it on this handsome equipment of gown stuffs and ready=to-wear garments is the mission of this message. This store is prepared to demonstrate to your entire satisfaction that, for style, for beauty, for worth of aterial and price modesty these items are worthy of all the emphasis that we can give them. <?*** ft*********************, * * ?* u k H.y\ !?: COT WHAT von * * * I * WANT IN THK WAV IT- * * ?* * DRESS .WATER I M, AI.I, Till. * * * * i.i:.\i >i'Ni: siiA i >ks. * * * <fc** * * * r a****. * f: * * A * i f. ?V * * (r * 1J *********************** * i * * ali- ti a:\VKsT or ess * * I ? * pa iui i os I i ai lor hade * * I * * SI ? ITS. * ir * * * sic!-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 31 October 1899

?Associated Press Dispatches* VOL. IV. 258 Jury's Verdict Murder in the | First Degree. ONE HOUR'S DELIBERATION Dramatic Scene* la the Court Room. Ter? rible Verdict Received by the Pris? oner With no Show of I'Jtuotlon. Adjournment nt Midnight. "We, the jury, find the prisoner guil? ty of murder In the first degree." This was the verdict returned 11:41 last night by the twelve men \vho| tried William O'Boyle 'for the nutrde cf Rebecca Hamilton, colored, on ill second day of June, last. It was reach? ed after a deliberation o'f exactly one hour. The verdict wast received by the prl oner without a tremor, as he stood facing the men who had determine that he must die. When he sat down, he muttered; ' They are going to wr'ns an Innocent man's -,life." A moment later, he smiled at a remark made by some one to him. Daniel O'Boyle. the brother of the prisoner, was apparently much more af? fected by the verdict than was Billy himself. The scene was a peculiarly solemn and Impressive one. O...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 31 October 1899

INUi Unrogefierat? itehing Cor an | ite thti govern gensible people of I jtnd the situation in accordance lideas. Cnfortu ! are a number oi \ /'land and their their brays are est for the South | justice a few omeantlme, tin Rd its heroes will| fletting up on the jolng to press no| Seen held to pro nation of Hon. W.l m East for $11 .$1,1001 nmac, $7 per ^r.....$ 550 fth St., Mioke lyenues eChest ?corner jjfor the ?$l,20Ci !9th St., .$ 623 $i,ioo| on" 23d m have! ritb irst Street. 1 *Bl6bk. Typewriter. it linaton the paper P&very respect. rSra LEE. fa. question which has Fgood deal of prominence esteemed Alexandria Ga this to say: aordinate ofTlcer of the war De? ment has stated that a portrait, of >neral Lee will be restored to the rpanel from which it was torn at West Point, it painted in U. S. uniform and sent there; but the Southern flags have not been returned to the States from which they came, and the war between the States is still called the "war of the rebellion," and...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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