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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 31 October 1899

EVENTS OF THE WEE' Democratic Mass Meeting Sched uled for Tonight. EPISCOPAL CORNERSTONE Regular Meeting of tlie School Hour a ?u<l Police Board, Hospital Uy.I.aws Committee. Adjourned Ses? sion of Council Friday. The fir.n week of the month is al? ways a busy one and crowded with meetings. There is an unusual number of important events this week along this line. The first is the Oomocratlcmassm et ing tonight. 'Preparations have been ?made to Insure the success of tiii ?meetlng, and the speakers will he rto ; ed by large audiences. 'Among those who will speak are Hon. 10. C. Folks, of Richmond; Hon. D. Gardner Tyler, Mr. E. C. Madison and others. A re? ception to the speakers will he held prior to the meeting, at the rooms oi the tAmoricus Democratic Club. BY-LAWS COMIM ITT K E. The Hospital by-laws committee nie; Sunday and went to work on the busi? ness for which it was created. It was compelled, however, to adjourn over until Wednesday evening for the pur? pose off completing...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 31 October 1899

call and Prowth of Ittentlaijco 2curc free jit tlic hair ^results. IApY, j.avc if Lt any sorl lor bJ l>vera[ -witli |e can] rEIFft CO.., ,'onue and Twenty-elffhtfi AhboieW^^MM^^M WF*77- ? ? -r'? Hunter Rye^SW^grT^frT.. 1.2 Mt. Vernon, bottled In distillery? 1.2 James E. Pepper, bottled in dis? tillery . i on llumma Champagne .,. 3.00 Mumm's Champagne (pin" ?? 1.6 I have a large stock of California ?n ines, will sell at any old price. 2312 Pioneer Wet Goods Dealer. Old Clemmer, Marry Hill Club, Vir? ginia Cabinet, Belle of Nelson, Jamca E. Pepper, N. C. Apple Brandy and "Wines of all descriptions. Best made Union Cigars, and TODD'S PRIVATE STOCK 2,r.c PINT. Best goods in town for the money. 448 28th Street. Ihe Manhattan Is the best value offered in the TTPE-I WRITER market. HALFWAY HOUSE. BATES' ROAD. Near the Old Baseball Park. Pabst Beer, cool and refreshing, eJ ways on draught. Everybody knows TOM MURRAY, and he extends a cordial welcome to all, Cars stop at Murray's Crossing....

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 2 November 1899

Associated VOL. IV. 260 Severe Criticism for Hen. White and Col. C^rleton. THE QUEEN EXPRESSES PITY Breakdown of Delagott Cable IiMay? New? from Transvaal. Corrfc.ied Lint of Uritlnh ChhuhIMcs Shout) I.ohs i a:: onicmt <i <sa m< n (By Telegraph.) LONDON, Nov. 2.?The break down of the Delagoa. cable route, combined ?with the monopolization of the avail? able telegraph lines by the govern? ment anil British staff officers, is re? sponsible for the fact that nothing further has arrived from South A frica. The government has received dispatch? es rectifying the casualty lists. These will be published today. Up to mid? night nothing had been received con? cerning Monday's casualties. The war office officials are working under great strain. Captain Perriott, staff captain to the military secretary, has just died, his end being hastened by anxiety and over work. An unconfirmed statement Is pub? lished that General Sir Redvers Buller has left Cape Town for.Ladysmith. MONDAY'S FIGHT...

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

C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BT THE Dally Press Company COPT FOR CHANGES OP CON? TRACT AI>S MUST BE IN BT 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 same, except upon orders signed by the PUBLISHER OF THE DAILY PRESS. POSTOFFICE BUILDING, ' Entered a* the Newport News, Va., Poetoffice as second-class matter. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1899. STIL LHAPJPING ON SAMPSON. ffadge Saxton, of Palmyra, N, Y., some time ago made a speech at a cel? ebration given in honor of Rear Ad? miral Sampson, in which he said: "?How dtoes a great commander win victories? (Not 'by fighting the enemy with sword and musket, but by his plan's, his arrangements, the disposi? tion of his troops or ships, the morale and discipline of his men?in short, bj the ?preparation he made before the bat? tle began. I...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 2 November 1899

Trigg&Jo Mr I?! tyj?19' Kaot Vessel lor$$?> , 3,200 tjws DISPLACEMENT, New Shipyard in ih. C'P'^il?0" eom? Out B.urtly Bid?f^??>? W?r ?hipxOpflni-d at 'h* ff?' Department. -: ? If not, do not delay longer, as the clays o! the exhibition are limited. It will pay anyone to see the luxuriant growth of hair worn by the ladies in attendance, which, by the way, was produced by the use of the highly meritorious prepara? tions they represent, and was not in honied, as some people think . ,he Ia(Jies will cheerfully give to all visitors, free of cost, any information desired regarding the necessary treat S?resu,Si!'aild SCa,I,t?ProdaC0 It costs nothing to see this great exhi? bition, so why not come today ? Every? body is invited. ' ^vciy IDEAL PHARMACY 11-2-31 Newport News, Va. (By Telegraph.) WASHINGTON, Nov. jWere opened at the Navy Department joday for the construction of six atefthed and coppered cruisers, authorliett by the last naval appropriation MIL | These vessels will be...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 2 November 1899

Extra! Special Engagement of The Brilliant, Gay Comedienne, P th?rsdat night, 3 & nuvk1ihek 3. .? Under direction of Junius Howe, in Edgar Smith's and Louis De Lange's Frolicsome and Merrv Creation, THE LITTLE HOST, assisted by following clever artists: ? tGRAHAM. WM. PU ? KT T E. JOK.V X R A EFA E U LOblS D'U'XGB. Rl Hi WHITE. GENEVIEVE KlvVXuLDS. NATALIA OLCOTT. EMILY FUA'XCIS, I 'LA KKNVE ROGERSON. "It is to Laugh." Regular house prices. It GENTS' OUTFITTING NEWS Many Impressive Bargain Events for This Week j EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF MEN'S HALF HOSE. In verv fine cot? ton, seamless feet, BLUE, RED BLACK, or BROWN, POLKA DOTs! or STRIPES, also CAMEL'S HAIR and NATURAL GREY. HALF WOOL. The regular 2.r.c kind. This week's price, 15 cents the pair. MEN'S HEAVY WEIGHT FLEECE LINED SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. Non-Irritating sanitary health gar? ments, extra good quality, colors, WHITE. BLACK, CAMEL'S or Nat? ural. The regular 75c kind. This week's price, 50 cents each. THE HANDSOMEST ASSORTME...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 3 November 1899

Press * Dispatches, f VOL. IV. 2?1 Looks as if British Must Soon Surrender the Town. BOERS SWARM AT KIMBERLEY Investment of I.sul yon I: h Complete | Moers Masters of 1'leteriun.rli/lmtg und the Dmlisn Railway. New Strength for Paul's Army. |i? i - (By Telegraph.) PARIS, Nov. 2.?The Havas agency, this evening published the following extraordinary despatch which 1 the ngency says was received through Its correspondent at Brussels: "Cape Town. The news of the Boers' two victories around Ladysmith lias created considerable excitement among the Afrikanders, who do not conceal their joy. Sir Alfred Milner (the British high commissioner) is much perturbed at their attitude. General White, in these two engagements, lo;-i about 350 men killed, wounded and prisoners. The second victory was won by the Free Staters, commanded by Lucas Meyer, who seized Colenso, thus cutting off the retreat of General AVhite, who is wounded. The invest? ment of Ladysmith is complete and the Boers are masters 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. — 3 November 1899

C B. THACKJJH, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Daily Press Company COPY FOR CHANGES OF CON? TRACT ADS MUST BE IN BY 8 P. M. TO INSURE APPEARANCE IN NEXT ISSUE OF THE PAPER. No employee of the Dally Press Com? pany is authorized to contract any obli? gation in the name of the company, oi to make purchases in the name of the same, except upon orders signed by th( PUBLISHER OF THE DAILY PRESS POSTOFFICE BUILDING. Entered at the Newport News, Vs., FostofSce as second-class matter. FRIDAY, (NOVEMBER 3, 1S99. TRIGG'S PROPOSITION. If one may judge by the cruiser bids tendered to the Navy Department by ?the Trigg Company, of Richmond, it is ?quite certain that the Capital City ship 'bu'ilders are In earnest in their desire to assist in building up the new navy, Their offer to build two nineteen knot ?boats, in accordance with original plant of their own, well under Die figures til lowed by Congress should receive the careful consideration of the Hureau of ?C...

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

From the BiglMght Between Jeffries and Sharkey, ?ox Prid ay EyenJrsg, November 3rd, at Coney Island Athletic Club. Private Wire Direct from the Ring Side, Pre* liminaires and Rounds Graphically Described At the MECCA S?LOOM, W. C. KELLY, Prop. 2402 Washington Avenue. GENTS' OUTFITTING NEWS Many Impressive Bargain Events for This Week EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF MEN'S HALF HOSE. In verv fine cot? ton, seamless feet, BLUE, BED, BLACK, or BROWN, POLKA DOTS, or STRIPES, also CAMEL'S HAIR and NATURAL GREY, HALF WOOL. The regular 25c kind. This week's price, 15 cents the pair WHITE & COMPANY'S $4.50 MEN'S SHOES AT $3.48. This shoo is made of the best quality BuX CALF, in bull dog toe, solid oak j tan solos. The UM kind, at $3.48. "Bengal Shirts"? "Tiger Brand." THE NOBBY. DRESSY, UP TO I DATE SHIRT. In fancy laundered | bosom, with one pair detached cuffs. Patterns, POLKA DOTS, ROMAN | STRIPES, FLEUR DE LIS or white Value $1.50 the WORLD OVER. This week's price, SI each. THE HANDSOMEST ASSO...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 3 November 1899

Humanity Demands The mi For Men! We have secur? ed the solo con? trol of the fa? mous "Hu-man ic" Shoes for men! These shoes are scientifically per? fect, being con? structed on ana? tomical lines to conform to the natural foot! They combine ease, grace and durability, with a popular price. Their demand throughout Amer? ica has been mar? vellous. Superior in quality and more perfect in fit 1 li a n a n y shoes ever sold at the price, f us in this city PRICE, $4.00 PAIR. 2704 Washington Avenue. Does Quality Count With You ? Our stock of drug store goods Is not only large in quantity and variety, brtt the quality is the highest obtainable in all drug markets. "In Medicine, Quality is of the First Importance." That is the basis on which we do business. So many physi? cians believe this and send their prescriptions tc us to be filled that we employ two registered pharmacists in our prescription department. This large selling keeps the stock moving and hence always fresh. ? Goods deliver...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 November 1899

[Associated | Press I >patches. f V?t. IV. 2C4 PICK LANDING British Army Corps's Plans Blked by the Boers. NEWS F LADYSMiTH'S SEIGE In Hot F?ai?eiu?iit Noar the City, HoerH Were rlv?n Hack to Their Camp, Wl Losses of SOU Killed, on:ided and Captured. (By Telegraph.) I.O'NTlC, Nov. 7.-1. A. M.?This morninK'news carries i,is 1 > 1 i.? knowl? edge wit! respect to hostilities in Smith Atu very little further than the evaclion of Colenso and Sturm berg. Tit movements, taken to? gether w the Admiralty statement that th" fli'' miisi hot be disappoint? ed shouldie transports on whh Ii there apjliiiiit -0.000 .n not reach their desVtion on tin; dates indicat? ed in llusldishod lists, may indicate some eh?- "i plan necessitated 1 >y i lie b ul |i ion o (affairs in N ital. I.ANI?: MAY BE A I.TK 11K1 >. It was jecUtl that the army corps would hiDcar .Cape Town for an in? vasion oie Transvaal through the Orange E Mate, but the landing may nowi diverted to Durban. n.i t.-il." whithi; ...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 November 1899

WRINKLE IN COAL Largest Engine Jiver Built Jusl Put Into Commission. IT INAUGURATES AN ERA Ma) Have S< rIoiin Slci.ll.cm.<-? r?>r I'orlH Kaatof Iii? All. gliat.IiK. Some In? teresting i-lRiir?-? as Co t'.mt < f Hauling lilack Diamonds. The largest locomotive* in the world hasjuH liet-ii built for i'lk. Illinois Cen? tral -Kail road. I;, is ,.( the twelve win"! type, ami i-s about a u,ii heavier than tli.- iiiravi-.i engine her..re ma'Ic. It is ir.it ndtd 'to haiiS train leads two thousai.Kl tin. division bc-t.v -,-n <? -.1 bond 'I- . 111., and 1- ul;..n. K \ . ! tail read men da not know w"li. i ? ; he increase in the i iza of h. -.a...lives is 'I tender 0f this giant ? ol the I arg-, si and henvl..-. Sayts the engineering X.--. it dc s not hold the record w. iniit is IV<!l. |.o-Mids, hi and l welve ions ,,f ... ([ till the building bug,, l,.--.-,ai i? iv. - by the Illinois -'.-n I ra I "?;,?? X :, ws '\-s Linie seaports, 'in.- id.-a ' ],r ", [,.'' com? pany is'to ...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 November 1899

THE SEWER AGAIN Regular Meeting of the Council Tonight. CAUCUS HELD YESTERDAY Meelfng ?r lliH Spt-cl?! Sower Coiiiiiiliitlun Tbl? M..ruing. I Inn of Action Will l>?; Decided Ou. The Mayor T?lk?. Police Muddle. The council will meet tonight in reg? ular si. ?? after trying twice t.. get together for the traiii?etioii or spe .-i-a-1 business in eontie lion with tlie s-..-we." sit ii.i i ioii. Ji is pr.dAible that Khero will ue some interesting developmcnts in t- s-w--r matter tonight, for r, .-?n! ii.tpi.figs in otlieinl oir.-. s dem.'U- tiiat t niiel.liing has taken pine.-. I iSo'iiie two w.oks ago. iiearlv. wti-.n the eon: . il was liivu tiled tog, In r. lot' I look no action, the , |..y aittoi ney ; .Id ' idre coun:.s.lini n toadjou-rn until the fol? lowing Friday, who'll sann Vhi ng weil I I happ, n. When ; !??- following Fri lie i came, the city aUtoi 11". y and the ma.y ir wer.- in x.-w York on business 01111 ? ?_- ' e<t with -the sy-wers. They' r. turned Saturday morning,...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 November 1899

C. B. THACKER, Editor ?jad Manaxar, PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY TILE Daily Press Company CUPY FOR CHANGES OF CON? TRACT ADS AIUST BE IN BY 8 P. M. TU INSURE APPEARANCE IN NEXT ISSUE OF THE PAZ?ER. No employee of the Daily Press Com? pany Is authorized to eontraet any obli? gation in the name uf the company, or tu make purchases in the name of i tie turne, except upon orders signed by lie* PUBLISHER OF TDK DAILY PRESS. POSTOFFICE BUILD1N0. Entered at the Newport News. Va... Puatolrlee a a seeond-cluss matter. ?1 i' KS i 'a V. Nl IV KM Illill Ti) hub hkadk-bs. I-"..r the pas; wi ek, i la. 1 ia:ly I'r. a ? i nip.my has hi en moving .'..e ... ? < f I i.l.'.pu lion i'rdhj iis old quarters in I he .lon. s building, on Washington avi ntt-.'l Id its handsome new building at the i orner of Lafayette avenue and T hp. i v - third street. The large web perf ieling press and the other iheehanial ac .; tori.s necessary in the pubieatioil ef fin up-to-'dat.; daily newspaper have be...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 November 1899

HAMPi They Were Exalted by the Phie* bus Odd Fellows. BOLD ROBBERY IN HAMPTON Thieves .Make a Haul at the Borne or a Colored Lawyer. Football Game Kudu In a Kilkenny Cat A ir.il r. Other Items, Monroe :E;n< am.pnn'ivt. f. < >. O. F.. o Phoebus, hm] a rousing big time ''- I In bull Chesapeake iotlsre last nigh; u hen t'liirteen ca ndid.iit. s were give; rile Patrkir h's degree, Past Oi'.iii I'ulriareh Haas pr'sided, and there v.a a large number o[ vi.-iiurs present 1*10:1 -Newport News, ?Hampton and Ol Point. A ftor the degree work was e:?iri 1 e ted tlie visil-ors wer" invite I into .a k'.rgie assembly rial!, where they sa down ti an excellently prepared ban iptet. in which all cid uill jusii ??. R?th Rob-kali Lodge-. I. ". ' > K. opened their lair in I'd ic-bus la.-i nighl iir.d will e.euiiuie it nhrough tin- wvek The attendance last night was no', s large, but the ladies did a Very goo huisiness considering the fact tnat rev oral other en lertaiiwiion ts wer- go im EiN...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 November 1899

DREYFUS AS HE IS. Personal Traits of the Martyr of French Injustice. bnpopnlnr Heforc Ills Cnpflvlty II?*? cause ?f D!nnBr?<.'B.1iic I'eeul Sarltle?, Vet Morally Guod. And now for a word about Cnpt. Drey? fus personally. Let us, for once, be {rank about him and look fairly ai bin:, rid of the covering of sentiment and ! pity witli which it has been natu ra i that he should have becu shrouded all this Time. When the ?world Iirst saw him, through the eyes of many able corre? spondents, as he walked to the plat form | of the Lyeee at Kenne.-, his appearance shocked tin; eyes and luiuds of every U'liat a man at the age of V.O should 1 look older than many na n of 70, witli Iiis I chalky face, wasted frame ami thin j white hair, was so pitiful a proof of tili j lie had suffered that nothing but shci r compassion controlled cier_\ peu which | wrote about him. His voice, when be firs! user', it, was 1 so nearly the shriek of a bird or the outcry of a v. ou tided animal that it tore the ...

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

TIIK TENTH ANM VJKIiSA KV Urili? l'ronliylerUii .Sunday School Cele? brated Yentt-rday. The Sunday School of the First Piosbyteri'ati iJiuren .?< lebrated its tenth anniversary Sunday evening nit T:10 "'< !"< k. with interesting exercises at the Casino, where the services of the church are being held pending the com? pletion of the new building. The fol? lowing program was observed: organ voluntary. Hymn?"Marching beneath the Ban? ner." Hosponsive reading The Lord's Prayer Gloria I'atri and Apostles' ("reed. Hymn?'The Sony of Christ the Sa? vior." Prayer?Rev; F. T. Wellfordi Superintendent's Iteport. Hymn?"Forward Christian Soldier." Address?Rev \\". W. Moore, D. !> LL. D. Hymn?"Christ for the World." Distribution of Bewards. Hymn?"Wo are Soldiers of the Cross." Benediction. A feature of the progrr.'m not down vas the s,.,|o .a' Miss Dobbins, of Ham;), tori, who has biea engaged as regul?r soprano far the cl; Ir of "the ? hur. h. Tii ? address of Dr. Mo uv was a chaste a...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 November 1899

SAD BROWNING Death of Mr. George E. Griffnhs at Cape Charles Sunday. STEPPED OFF GANGPLANK Hit Partner, Mr. Unl,, Wrtil Over tolliei Cape I.uat Night fur the Heujulim. Munleil Oiiljn Y.ar. ruiniKi ficbably Thl? AfUmoon. T'h"- Stld Tt'TWH v..'us ?1 -.-??-? 1 in (Ii,; , i y y-HlK-rilay that Mr. <;.,..rK,- 10. OriilUi.i, "f 'tli- iv..-ll known ilrm Hii?iUi' ,v Ja-wH, or ?N..-W|?>ri NVwm, had .? ,1?owned an i."aji.r i..-bai-|.:.s .Snii.bi v i>i;;rr, apija-r.-utly while l'-a.vln? lb,- bo.it' Iii I ?-ani ib.- X. V., l'. ,x- \- ;, y,. Vv.i k. ,'. bi'l hei Iii- i' .i in- ;.. i ? - No '1-t.i.?M Ii,.- sad iilTaii ,-..i,|.| b ? ubialm-.] h.-iv. Mr |.?wis iv-nl ?.. ?'???>?? ' 'ii.'ii'l'-s lust iiiifhl Im iak<- e'iaix the- I.-mains an I brine i l|.-m in ? . ;.,r blllibil. Il .v.i- ...xj,. . o-l tti.it ii- - ...;;.} nil a I..-I.-grain : r mi < '.i j.? ? ? -j, in, s .,; ? O-i h?i tf't tli-r.-, On; h- .|i ; ,, .! ib, it I.tv.baibly 'Trinis., th.; .,iti ,. , i,.-,.- s elOHed. Mr. I...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 8 November 1899

I Associated | > Press I I Dispatches. ? VOL. IV. 205 Republicans Win in Kentucky With Aid of Anti-Qoebe?tes. IVVLEAN'S BIG FIGHT FUTILE IviiulU In Several Stuten Still In Doubt. Tammany Triumphs in New York Cliy, But Kepubl loans Make Gains "L'p the State." i fly Telegraph.) l.i il'lSVI I.!.!?:. ICY.. Nov. 7.?P.y the combined effort ..i' tin- Itoptiblica tis ami aiiti-Gobelitos. Attorney General U'. S. Taylor. Republican, lias be. h oloi-P-d governor lit Kentucky by a maj.nit v variously estiiniit-id front seven to nr. Pvii thousand o\ -r Goebel. Democrat. I tot urns recciveil up In midnight also indicate the' el.-.'11011 of the entire I 1.1,Ii..111 ticket while iii.mplexiotM.it lie- legislature is in doubt. The weather throughout tin- sl.it" was pel Toot and ii.ore than an average vote was |>oll< ,1. tb" total railing I'M! litlle short of the vote polled in Hie last pri'siib'iilial 1 lection. Compni'a liv-ly littli' .lis..r.i.-r prevailed ami aside ''loin several arrests ...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 8 November 1899

City Decides to Take Up the Sewer WorK. StLP TOWARD PAVING TAKEN (tnilnaui-f Adnplxi lo K.HcH.to tl.e l?u Ciii.lrncl r. rCiiH Trlo VI..ikon Hrlflj;? ilpjiio?clirn. Am, .ml Re? port ?f the Coy Auditor. fioaiit comdui?:us. at once finish the sew-or system under A di.ninct ? v.-a ? tak, a p, -.aid p.'IViug. ?riie amlhor ??? to : i Iiis iiinu .! ;???;> rt. Th- cuKivi.-t lor tre aimt-netos t . the lyid-ges was id. And a number of other frbttters of more than usual in'-n-n wo.ro acted upon:. ?1 hose p??eiTt when the .-.i.in ;i :i I journo'.l Were i -.. 1! iii i I in -i Powell. Sil Iii'. Hur h-r, i ?....per. ''or.,-. . *.t rt.-? rdj .l.-ic/. Wilkie. M.-].aug'!:li:i amp' Wash? ington. A .'Oihrniinical ion I'ro-n th.' mayor was I'-ad. It covered I he i.en; ; ran a.li.oi iwheii twenty tons , ...i 1. Cornish.-.! the city by the Warwick r.iil CO., tailed i.o 'weigh out, when reweigiie 1 bv tie mayor's orders, bv several toil's. "I ne mayor als.', ciiled t h-.t couh'-il'S attention in I he fr...

Publication Title: Daily Press
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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