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

LITERARY MEETING Interesting Event at Washington Ave. M. E. Church. WEEK OF PRAYER SERVICES ProRress of Ilia M.etii g? at tlie V. M. C. A. (touimitl.ee mi by-litvvs it ml C?u?t11 u tluu. Notable lllvlioa Who Have la i n linn1. The attendance at the tvwlt of prayer service.: at the Young Men's Christian Association lost night was larger than on the previous evening. State Secretary I,. A. Coulter delivered] an impressive address taking as his text the words: "What think ye of! Christ?" He requested his hearers tu consiil-I er l hemselves as members nl' a im v. j anil lb' \\ a nt.?.! i h,.|,, i.o bi ing in a vei -'! diel in aoordanco with th.- testimony, on both sides, lo- liisl prodt.i : 1 ?.- i ovidenco id' lie- enemies :.f Christ. The i scribes ami Pharisees lestilied that I ??brist received sinners. I lo himself test tiled that this was what he came! for. I'ilate tesiihed lhat ho could lind i on fault w it h liiin. 'l ie- Kornau eon! ill' j ion said: "Surely this man was the Sun j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 November 1899

C. E. TH ACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Dally Press Company COPY FOB CHANGES OP CON? TRACT A Da MUST BE IN BY 6 P. M. TU INSURE APPEARANCE IN NEXT ISSUE OF THE PAI'ER. No employee of the Daily Press Com? pany is authorized to contract any obli? gation in tin- name of the company. ? ', to make purchases in Hie name of lie same, except upon orders signed liv lb. PUBLISHER OF THE DAILY PRESS POSTOF F ICE BUILD IN G. Entered at the Newport News, Vt Postollice aa second-class matter. "A HI''.VLS I i A V, N< 1VK.MB Tl i F. sewer MATT e11. Inasmuch as the on!> i r? : '?? of selllitig up tlf s.'uvr muddle' ia :: manner which will he satisfactory I the people ,>f Newport News and in ac cm-dance with Ilm liest interests of ih control of the contract, tin- i-eeoninvm dalions of lie- sewer commission wi! no diiulil receive tie- hearty sttppol and co-opera i ion of i ho people of Now port News. Therfi has boon so man hitch...

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

HAMP1 Election in Elizabeth City County Passes Off Quietly. TOTAL VOTE WAS ONLY 344 Tyler Dfifeala Wrlglit, His Colored Oppon eut, by Nearly ::0O Majority. i:ouo. hur. Unopposed. Kecelves :;;!.?>. Oilier News. The- election winch took place in Elizabeth ?'iiy ('?unily yesterday was lie- ?iiiieiesl ever held. Mini the vide was the small.st ever polled in an oloetbui. the total vote nisi at 111" four pre eim-ts b'-ing the ridii -ulouslv h.w nr.m h.;r or The dullness of the day was in evidence nt eiieh prci-inci and the few voters who presented iheiii selvos to the judges eaiiie one at a i i nie. In Hampton, which usually polled r.O'l votes, the vote was only HH. and lie day was marked l,y t he > i uiet noss. The courthouse had on its Suinliiv :it>|>.'?:>r an.e. and the line- draped ill.iiig i:i sueh a manner as !.. almosl .-aus.- lie judges l-i 140 ititb innocuous il'-sili-llld-r. so 1.0 speak. By (5 ?Vchick lie- vote |j.pi b.-en'...

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

BODIES IN THE THROAT. jjVTint to Do "VVJicn ilie Children Ue4 Foreljin Articles into ; tlie Gullet. i Children, who act on the belief that the mouth was made before pockets, often make it ti receptacle for objects of all shapes, sizes ami conditions of Cleanliness? pins, jacks tones, marbles coins, ami other things innumerable. I Usually such treasure*, are Ton ml when wanted, but sometimes they act as in other pockets with a hole in the bot? tom?they drop out, or rather they drop in, and then trouble ensues. j Older people may also suffer from Swallowing- things unintentionally t\bile eating. A fishbone is a peculiar-j By troublesome thing to escape into the ( gullet, but mere dangerous stili is a I large piece of meat, which may slip j down the throat accidentally while the ] person is talking, and cause suli'ocatiou | by pressing ou the windpipe. Of course this accident could only tu- j cur to one with table manners bad enough to allow him to take such a piece j of meat into the ...

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

STORY OF THE ACCIDENT. HOW MK. UUOKliK Ulli KlrM II MfcT IIIS UKATII. It.onnliis Ilrouglit lo Tltlii City Y.nt? r<l:iy. Tho I'lluurHl Will Tale? I'laoa Tbl? Morning. The reported, drowning of Mr. CSeorgra E. Oritliths. lit.- popular young busi? ness tnuii of tin- tirni of OritlithK \ Luis, was continued ye?ier?ljo with the return front ?.';ipe Charles of Mr. II. .1. Lewis, partner of .Mr. Griffiths, who lei t Monday night ;,. identify the bodj and bring it hack to this eily for internieiu. Tli'- remains were brought to Old Point yesterday ,,n tie- stea.mer Hid Point Comfort, of the X. Y.. P. .V X. it. I:., the same boat from which deceased fell to his watery grave, and were brought bete in an undertaker's Wag ph; 'Pin- funeral will take place from the residence at Pi ..'dock tins morning. 1; will be ,,adu. t.- ! by Kev. .1. P. ttibbie. ?'e.-for of ,-T. Paul's Episcopal church, and llev. W. It. 'Motley, pastor tile Thirtieth .-ti e. i Christian china h. Mr. Lewis -tailed y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 November 1899

GOEBEL IS DEFEATED (Continued from First Page.) in 1S91", the RopuMSoan plurality wan IS.443. The vote on tin- question of authoriz? ing a $1:1.000.000 loan for the improve? ment of the city water supply, shows the citizens to be overwhelmingly m| favor i>f the proposition, the avera being about ten to one in favor. The Republican city committee es mates a Hepubliean plurality of l".'i a loss of over 30.000 as compared withl 1S97. Tin- less is due to the small vote| east. In the state the following ticket was Treasurer, .lames K. Harriett. Rep.: Supreme Judge, .1. May Crown. Rep.: S. 1^-sli.- M est reseat. Dem.: Superior Court judge. John I. Mitchell; Rep. There are two vacancies in the Supreme Court and each partv elects one judge. DFiMtX RATIC tV>NGRESSMAN. PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 7.?one Con? gressman was eleeted in Pennsylvania today. In the ninth district compris? ing Berks and Leliigh counties, dipt. 11. 1?. Green (Dem.? was ein .sen by n major ity of ?..) to s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 November 1899

I Associated i Press I Dispatches. VOL. IV. 2G(i GOEBEL SPEAKS OUT "I Know I Have Been Elected,' Says the Senator. HE IS IN FIGHTING MOOD 'I Will be Inaugurated," He Declares, "in Spile of i Ii? Louisville anil Nash? ville Kallroad anil Governor Hrailley's liayoneta." I I'.v Telegraph.) FRANKFORT. KV.. X..V. S.?SonnI...' i bichol ni'i'ivi-il here ill S oVIoek t? - night and was mr-t .at the train by a orowel ? it" l.?llil enthusiastic followers. From the bah ony of lite Capitol Hop i. where bis headquarters is located. Mr. Ooebol -made a si.b in which lie said: ?'1 believe I have been elected, in tact 1 know i have. ] see my frined < leneral ; Taylor says be will assume the ell. "I" governor. All 1 have to sav is. I have been elected, as I believe. I w be inaugurated in spite of the l>ui; ville ami Nashville Railroad and Bradley's bayonets." Ex-Senator .los. l'.lnckburn also sp do claiming GuehePs oloe'tion by a slendei majoritj an.I calling on the people ti se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 November 1899

THE NEWPORT CLUB SS Much Needed Organization Nov.' a Fact. IT !SA TANGLED WIB FltiST AlEETiNQ LAST NI?H7 OliHairx an ! Una .1 c.C IJuvcriior? ? Ii i t' Mr. !:. HI.:J%r.>r I >l <. . <>i,,. Ilui tlr. .1 anil l-'.nirt. >n Charter >? mJ> -r* in the In Tho is: wi-hli !; 'No wi=*. be.-n <iis. lk- ) iws if ami .i. A. M J. AV. ': Proceedings Avinstthc Atlantic ? . i r Transportation Company. A GSIIAT ARRAY OF TALENT S?-\v V..i If. N 't i" IJr, nntt Ni\V|?ort Ni:jvt r.Hwy r?!'.:i-.:.l;-,ii,k! -.m I. iirl.er. .A n Ortlm* I'.'iiri-ri-il y. siirility W.:rni-K. Curt News. ai -.( ui no in' thk t:??mcs. A I.??ui I :"?') ?>?'??!??>?. -wni.-'u ami i:. .K-r.|i.ir.'ir.v were tar The U-'ir :>? i !?:.??>? ir.mtf PTrmani n!. M r. -BuTt-...-?-? )>iai ford in m ::;i!i;i! i=>n new ijl?'b. 'MK P.. nnl.-V. A'..-. WaU.-' fnllv dot-Uni .1. .a&am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 November 1899

STATE YOUR KICK Or Forever After Hold Your Peace. CHANCE FOR THE KNOCKFRS Polle? Force Suiuiuaucd to Apgwar ?? f?re (lie Board Tbl? tV&.iitilug ?<> ilo Questioned as to Urievun,-??. Meeting to be Held Tonight. The crisis in police circles will be r>re cipitated this morning by a -m ire or less pleasing little 'function i'liat is scheduled to take place at the e<xire? house at 11 o'clock. All the officer* on the force were last night summoned to appear before the board; at that hour. This action is taken for the purpose of discovering who ivas and who has not grievances. There has been a r.k..1 deal of '.all one way and another and som ? of the members of the board, at leas:, at getting si'.k of it. The officers, as they are called mi. ?will be asked in plain language if they have any kick against :he existing or? der of things. If they have, they 'will be requeste'd to plainly state it. If they 'have net, they will be asked to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 November 1899

C. K. THACKER, Editor *nd Manager. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Oallv Press Com pan) COPY FOR CHANGES OF CON? TRACT AD9 MUST BE IN BY 6 P. M. TO INSURE APPEARANCE IN NEXT ISSUE OF THE PAPER. No employee of the Daily Presa Com? pany is authorized to contract any obli? gation in the name of the company, or to make purchases in the name of the turne, except upon orders sinned by rlie PUBLISHER OF THE DAILY PRESS. POSTOFFICE BUILDING. Entered at the Newport News. Va. Postofflce aa aecond-class matter. Til T I!.-'! >A V. NO Y E'M It rait St, IS'.lfl. Mil Hit 10.-VB? iCT HTA Ii CM AIM ;:. i: IMP iCFJEDINP ;.-\ We note with more ur less in : e t that "Fair -Play," thai true and trio.I arbiter of all tilings mundane ami ce? lestial, Who settles abstruse questions by a mere assertion ami who displays bis transcendent wisdom ami knowl? edge on all available an.; unavailable occasion's, has squeezed his inkhorn to the extent of a column or more in an effort to proper...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 November 1899

HAMP1 Grand Jury Return a Number of Indictments. DAVIS INDICTED FOR MURDER Sorember Ttrin of the County Court in Session. B?rge Gets a New Trial and la Also Granted Ball. Will Give the Bond Today. The November term of the County court convened yesterday with Jud^e Baker i>. J..m the bench. A large amount of'business was transacted and the gram! jury, w'hi'-.-h was also in ses? sion yesterday, was unable to complete Its'work. They will I?; in session again this morning. . G'RAiXID JliR'Y'S WORK. The granVf jury reported the following indictments just before the adjourn? ment Of Hint. Commonwealth vs. T. Hall Davis. Jr.. murder, a true bill. Davis is the young man who is alleged to'have killed Jellie Johnson (colored) in his (Davis') sa? loon last month. He is now out on bail bond. The day for the ease to come up for a hearing .before a jury has n it y-t been named 'by tin- court. Comimonwealth vs. James Minklns, house-breaking: a true bill. i romiiTvon wealth vs. Charles B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 November 1899

FILIPINO IS GULLIBLE. tTbtM Im Shown by Some Noft Ter? i Scaly. Tricks of tho Yan? kee Soldiers. I The native Filipino has the reputa rtion of being the shrewdest among the 'Asiatic races. Like the Parsee, he is known as the Yankee of the orient, IsayB the Philadelphia Press, j He lost no opportunity to trim up jhis occidental Yankee brother when lever the opportunity presented itself, jbut the American Yankee, and particu ilarly he of the Pennsylvania breed, {usually gave him a Roland for his Oliver. UWhen the Pennsylvania left San Fran sco on their way to the Philippines (the Red Cross society gave each one of ithem an aluminum badge the size and [shape of an American quarter, bearing I the name of his regiment, his company, [and his company number. I Shortly after their arrival in Manila j ithe officers of some of the companies found these identification badges in the jhands of the Filipino merchants, upon j i whom the Pennsylvanians hud imposed j them as quarter dollars in retur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 November 1899

INDIANS SEE TEE VITASCOPE. OvcrawiiiK Effect i'rofiuecd on ried? xacn hy (lie J^siraordinmy Kxliibiiiou. A Chicago photographer recently re? turned from Flagstaff, Ariz., tells an in? teresting story ?f the efi'ect ol! the kihetoseopc <m the Navajo Indians ot northeastern Arizona. The wonder of tiic aborigines at the tilings seen by the aid of the instrum'entwas as though the day of resurrection had come. '.; dead, they said, had be. n seen to walk, and oiii on the great red sandstone plain the white man's magic brought the "fire wagon," and arrayed armies of soldiers that, came unseen, and thai vanished into the uig'ht. August is a. holiday time with the iSavajos. Ju August the Indian trath rs usually give their treats, great enter? tainments combining the feature of ;i ?wild-west show and a barbecue. This year the most important of the "treats" was at Volz' store, at "The Lakes," 17 miles north of Canon Diablo si at ion, ot: the Santa Fc railroad. It was here the untuto...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 November 1899

NEW ADVERTISING MANAGER. Mr. R. M. Johnson la the Business Uc partineut of t!ie Daily Press. Mr. R. M. Johnson, of Charleston, W. V.l., has been appointed advertising manager of the Daily Press and has as? sumed '.lie duties of his position in the business department of the paper. Mr. Johnson has been connected with the Charleston Gazette for several years, most of the time in the capacity of business manager. He is a brother of Mr. W. P. Johnson, city editor of the Daily Press. The Mail-Tribune, of Charleston, re? ferring to Mr. Johnson's departure from that city, published the following: "Today Mr. it. IM. Johnson, for the past two years business manager of the Daily Gazette, severs his connec? tion with that paper to accept a posi? tion on the Newport News (Va.) Press He leaves for his new field of labor to? morrow and will have with him the best wishes of the business community of Charleston. 'Mr. Johnson' has made an up-hill fight here and it is saying no more than the truth to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 10 November 1899

I Associated | I Press I I Dispatches, f VOL. IV. 2G7 Charge and Counter Charge Made by Opposing Parties. COL. BRYAN SALUTES GOEBEL Chalrnitn Young, of iht Dcinu'raMc Com? mittee, Claim? the State fur Gocb. 1 by 4,000 Mo.jorily. Contest May lie Oeclded by t-vgltduture. (By Telegraph.) l-PUISVII_iDE;, KI.; Nov. 9.-?A con fession of claims and counter claims, to quiet w?fcn the olficia! C-ount. or per? haps a contest before the legislatuie, ?will be necessary, is all -hat is left of Tuesday's election. Above it ail vehe? ment cries of frauvK committed or coii templaied. are heard, fach side claims the election of its ticket a plurality of about (four thousand and present's figures to back up the .-iaim. These cigures in some counties varv widely and it is'i.mpassibie to tell .widen side, if earlier, has accurate returns. .MR. bOA'G'S l'TG Uli ES. Chairman Long, of the Republican ca.rnip.iign coni-.-nii.tee, when asked for an estimate of tlie vote on the guber? natorial race, said: "i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 10 November 1899

THE SIXTH VESSEL To Go Overboard at Ihe Ship? yard This Year. COMUS LAUNCHED YES! ER DAY Cert mony Wa? Not Attended by a l.argr Crowd, ISiit Wim I'rcttj mul !.iirrt>*t In? Sure rBNful In All lit tulls. Drvvi Iptlon of ilie Sh.p. Tim Newport Xws Shipbuilding am 3>iy I>i>.-U i-.inv.aiu yei.en.lay iu:l an tlve sixth vrssel launched at the ship? building for the Cromwell Line's ser? vice between New York and New Or? leans, was launched at 1:30 o'clock thii afternoon in tin- present.f probably 2,000 people. What it lacked in num? bers lie- crowd made ill) in enthusiasm and when the huge, gracefully shop .I hull glided from the ways and slid out upon ihe waters of the historic .lam.-: with duck like buoyancy, the speet.i tors applauded i he latest uehie\ 'iiient ..f lie- largest and best equipped ship yard on American soil. At 1 o'clock ijuite a. crowd had as semblcd at the Forty-second sttee'.e en trance to the shipyaril. At that bout the gates...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 10 November 1899

TWO CASES TRIEDi By the Poiice Board and Nothing in Either One, was harmony to burn Proce??'.iiig? Progressed la the Must Agree? able Manner. Frank Conley Failed to Prove 1118 t'harg-. Anoihcr Meeting Tliumiay Night. tvr -? The police board met last night in ?special session for the purpose of fry big two eases, that of Officer Booker, "charged with insubordination, and that Of Officer Holdings, charged with erueAly treating one Frank Conley, a jiris, incr. Officer Booker was charged by Ser sgenant Beynolds with using language toward, him that should not have been used to a superior ofiiei r: but it ap? pears that Officer Bookc: did not in? tend to be insubordinate, and lie made amende honorable before the trial, so the charge was withdrawn and the .-aso ' dropped. ? 'l"h' case against Officer Giddings, was gone into thoroughly, and that] ofpeer was acre.iBted. Incidentally, the proceedings were, mark? d by a pleasing harmony between the members. There' was no disagree? ment &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 10 November 1899

C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Dally Press Company COPY FOR CHANCES OF CON? TRACT ADS MUST BE IN BY 6 P. M. TO INSURE APBEARANCE 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, or to make purchases In the natu.- of iho same, except upon orders signed hv the PUBLISHER OF THE BAI BY PRESS DAIRY PRESS BRANCH OFFICE'S. ' MORTON X- <?<>.. booksellers. Washing? ton avenue and Thirtv-seoond ; street. I ,B \V. ('RO'SSE EY. Newsdealer, 3015!*. I Washington avenue. I.ITTI.E & GARDNER, Druggists, 221 .lefferson avenue. H. VANDBRSEIOE. Newsdealer ?'besinnt avenue and Twenty-sev? enth Street. E. B. < "ROSSI.HV, Newsdealer, JM Washington avenue. Entered at the Newport News, Va. PoBtofhce a? second-clasp matter. FBI BAY. X' lYE'MEER 10, THAT AGRE.E.M EXT. If the statement that the t.'znr of Rus'sia ar.d ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 10 November 1899

HAMP1 Is Charged With Assaulting Mr. G. E. Trice. STATE'S EVIDENCE ALL IN The Defense Will Complete Kvldeuce To? day. Verdict o( A< <iuittal Ja F-tuected, Death or Major .Itflorson Sinclair. Other Ntws. In the County Court yesterday the eru3c of R. i?. Griliiii, the ; h'Jehus con ?tructor and excavator, iKtrged with maliciously assaulting .Mr. G. 1-:. Trie*, who is engagwdi in tne Mine busines-; in 3H-uTn.'j.uu?t. was begun und tins evi? dence tor tin- eoituinoivweuLh was h. aid. This morning tlie i.ioii use will submit its evidence 'and the case will proba? bly he given to tie- jury by the hour for the dinner adjourr.mieul. The evidence yesterday, although in? troduced by tin- commonwealth, was not considered alarming to tin- prison? er, 'and it was. the opinion of the ma? jority prostat at the hearing that the verdict ..i' ?n- jure would uridojiitedlv be "not guilty.- " The evidence produced wax to the ef tcoi that Mr. Trice and Mr. Giillm. who were both enga...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 10 November 1899

CHILDREN OP KINGS. Unacknowledged Offspring of Royal Fathers. Men Who by Hiftht of nirth Should Have Been HeLvs to Thrones? Romantic Story of Georsre III. News has been received from South Africa of the death there of a man named. George liex. He is stated to | have been the morganatic grandson of j George HI., but w as more probably j that monarch's great-grandson. While ' George 111. was still prince of Wales ho ' fell in love with Hannah Lightfoot, the i daughter of a London tradesman, and I there is every reason to believe that he married her and had children by her. I Two daughters and a sou are men? tioned. One of the daughters is s:ud to ! have married a man by '.lie name of Dalton, and her descendants are, or | were uutil recently, Jiving iu England, I and openly claimed their descent. Jian- | nab Lightfoot was called "The Beauti? ful Quaker," and a marriage was ar? ranged between her and a London ap? prentice. As soon as she had married the apprentice sho was spirited away ...

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