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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 November 1899

TBE STAR GAZERS Watched Mil! the White Morning for Meteoric Shower, GRIEVOUSLY DISAPPOINTED Small Hoys ExpeoUU to Shovel 8??r Dust, and the Bashful "young Mau Lost H?? Only t>lM,?rt unity. An to the End of tl?e Wnild. The fact that the much-talked-of star shower failed to materialize yesterday morning: was a source of grievous dis? appointment to numerous people who haw lost a good deal of sleep lately witting up watching for the phenome non. Some of these are blaming their trou? bles on the newspapers, rabidly declar? ing that the press had no business an? nouncing the cmiing of the meteors unless it was positively known that t'hoy were coming. They say the press agent of the show worked the public for "conic-ens." Others, more rational, are inclined to shift 'the responsibility upon tiic Man in flu- Moon, who is clearly persona Yi'on grata in the heavens at this time. It is clarnivd by some that the earth has been a little slow in greeting the celestial guests, which ac...

Publication Title: Daily Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 November 1899

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (Except Monday) i ?at the? DAILY PRESS BUILDING, "Corner Lafayette Avenue and Thirty third Street, by the DAILY PRfcSS COMPANY. C. E THACKER, Editor and Publisher. R M. JOHNSON, Advertising .Manager. 8. G- SMITH, Circulation Manager. TELEPHONE N l" M7BERS. Editorial Rooms. Both 'Phones No. 14. Business Office. Bell 'Phone No. 1S1. Subscription Ratest The Daily Press is delivered by ear iriers anywhere in the city limits for 10 cents a week. Any irregularity in de? livery should be immediately reported to the otlice of publication. Orders for delivery of the Daily Press to either residences or places of business may be made by postal card or Boil Tele? phone. No. 1S1. to B. G. Smith, mana? ger of circulation. MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS. j One Month . 40e.! Three .Months .$1.00: Six Months . $2.oo One Year . $4.00 Mai! subscriptions payable in ad-j vance. No paper sent longer than, paid for. I Branch Offices. j Advertisements for th" Daily Press may be left at any of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 November 1899

HAMP1 TBE END IN SN IT Verdict May Be Reached in Davis Murder Case Today. THE TESTIMONY IS ALL IN Tbo Defense Strengthens Its Case by In? troduction of Slany Witnesses. The Ins ructions, Other Hamp? ton Kens. The Davis murder case is nearing the close in the County Court and un? less some unforsecn thing happens to cause a delay, the prisoner, T. Hall Davis, Jr., will very likely know his 1'ate tonight. The hearing of testimony for both the commonwealth and defense has been concluded. Argument in the case was begun yesterday afternoon, and today it is thought will bring the heat? ing to an end. In. ease 'the jury tire able to agree upon a verdict it will very probably be late this afternoon. Tlie session of the court yesterday was again marked by many legal dis? putes between the counsel who repre? sent the prosecution, and Mr. Fay S. Collier, who is defending Davis with telling effect, both upon the jury and the large crowd of spectators who have been in attendance upon the trial s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 November 1899

YIDDISH MARKET PLACE. ?HS invpsos. of Piuchue and Barter in the CMca&o Ghetto?Odors and Hieroglyphics, ' It -whirls along1 Jefferson street on 'the West side, this Yiddish market I place, in the very heart of the Ghetto. It is a furious medley of black beards, [?watermelons, clattering' tongues, ba? nana skins, hieroglyphics, live fish, cry jing babies, rotting vegetables and ?quaint, black-haired Yiddish ?women ? ?who tear into the stands ar.d counters like so many bats scratching- out of their hollow trees in search of food. Every Thursday afternoon curious old board contrivances with wheels at? tached in various remarkable ways to tasseled and halting horses are driven by ragged-haired, stooping Jews from every quarter of the city to Jeffer? son street near Maxwell and O'Brien. Some are loaded with watermelons, ?cantaloupes and green apples, others ?with vegetables. Fish wagons slopping with water tanks in which live carp sputter draw up in front of the fish markets a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 November 1899

feTOBlCOF TUE IURE AM) RESCUE As Xo'.dL by a ransencer or tlie Jll-Fatcd SteamiT Patria. * (By Telegraph.) SOUTHAMPTON, November !<>.? The rescued passengers of the Patria tspent last night an 'Southampton await? ing the arrival of the Kaiser Frederic'h. Four of the passengers 'were left at Dover, and one of these, a m'an named Duplace, it is believed', will d'ie because of his terrible experience in the English Channel. It seeims prc'bable the Patiia will be at least pantly saved. What caused the fire is still a mystery, but it ff.s asserted that the fact that the steam ??r was on lire was withheld, from, the passengers for some lime, Captain ?Fr?hlich apparently wishing 'to lake his ship to iH/aimiburg without causing alarm if possible. FORMER GERMAN CONSUL. 'Mr. Duplace has been for twenty years German consul at San Juan De Porto Rlico. ''W'iUh him are his wife and -Mis. Ivers. of New York, a fellow c.ibin passenger, -who. being a 'trained nur-c sind seeing ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 November 1899

A SPECIAL MEETING Of the School Board May be Called in a Few Davs.. AN IMPORTANT CONFERENCE CeuictllllHH U.'Lhu ihli n M>y? tlio Scfiool Committee of Ctmiicli hiiI I lie Hoard Slinuld Get Tugettivr and Find Hut A lint Tiity Want. The next regular meeting of Iii" E-oard of gohot/l Coir.-m'irslone-rs is .;n 't'.ie evening of the tir.-L T.iui s clay ;n K ;s r .,).'?/. i.l by > 1 I r-riAl to provide pro] er school es for the city, as well as !<ir c'Ji ? ties .-art men-Is. The prop. sv...P cOnferc-noe berwei ?tr.wittee and flic board will be t' be ii. --.l -l. session is asked. Vir as -X'iirrh End is cm .-in. .Mr. McLnuL-liliu now 'inns in mind . iu l.i.-. admirably located, whi. h he be lievrs tray be obtained at fairly rea oiv.i''01o ?fisrur.-s-'.-ertaiiilv at a prj much k-hoaper than will be possible year or two hence, lie is anxious I'" 111." s'r -v : :] is {'??[ led ; I i- 1; : i ly. ibeMevirig that ihc citv will r.oi ..td< ?'.i.ve mi-mcy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 November 1899

I Associated I Press $ Dispatches. VOL. IV. 27G It Will Be Strongly Featured in the Presidential Campaign. POW-WOW TODAY IN CHICAGO Democratic MiUlnunl Kxecuttve Commit i tee in Session, ChK'rui4a Jone? l're ?Ulir-g. Convention Will Meet lu Mayor Juno. The Ik;hcs. (By Telegraph.) ( ll'IO.VGO. November 20 ?The Demo? cratic National' Executive Cvimimitloe. with i 'iiairma-n .!. K. Jones in the chair, spent must of to-day ;it the Sherman 1; 'tis * discussing matters pertaining ;o organization, ways and -neans. an,; 'he administrative affairs of the organiz i tion. Tli'- ccnvmitlee w ill meet to-m ? : r .v. and. i; is i xpeeted. will get throug.i with the business mi hand before night. Nothing was said about a 'meeting of the national committee, hu: it is lie: opinion of most of the executive eutii imitteemen that tie- full .committee will be called t'j meet in Washington "Teb ruary i'.d. and that the next Democra? tic national* convention will be held in the latter part of .May or the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 November 1899

Building and Grounds Committee | Vindicated Mr. Noonan. MAYOR MOSS DISSATISFIED He .Stj-s Tb??t a Couttnunnce Simula llnve Bern Had Co Ilrnr Hie Kvldeuc? uta Mnttnlal Witness. Atthing f. r tilg Aj.pi oprlatlons. u - The Building and Grounds Committee *of the Council held an interesting meet? ing lust night to -consider the subject ?of the alleged shortage in a consign? ment of twenty tons of (-oil for thi ?Court .House from the .Warwick Coal Coiripa ny. It will be recalled that some time ago ?before the bids on the coal for the win? ter were opened, the chairman of the <conmwiiee instructed the company to put Pi some coal ? twenty tons, if they wished?to keep the heating apparatus gol'.ig until the regular supply could be arranged for. There arising a question as to the ??weight of a couple 'of load's being plac ed in, they were weighed and were ."bund to be short, several hundred pounds. Mr. .Noonan, of the company, explained that owing lo the rain 'and mud he could uot ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 November 1899

MUCH LOST ENERGY Monotonous and Tedious Police Board Investigation. BOTH OFFICERS EXONERATED Took Four Hour* to Wade Through ttifc Xvldecce. VoiDinlnionii Smmt Strtioka Sota ?>f Wi?iiili>g In 'Which OthrrTwo Concurred. The Board of Police Commissioners were in session last night from ~:30 o'clock to 1P.30 o'clock, investigating charges that eventuated in nothing. Even then, hardly half of the (witnesses "were heard. Both officers, Charles and McCalfum, ?were exonerated. Tito former was charged with cruelty, the latter was changed twice with intoxication. All of the witnesses against the for? mer testified that there was no cruel? ty?except to the complainant's feel? ings. None of the witnesses against Mo Callum testified positively to the Charges agsiinst him. All of the wit? nesses for the defense testified emphat? ically that the defendant was not un? der the influence of linuor upon either of the occasions charged. It is safe to say that all of the com? miss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 November 1899

PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING (Except Monday) ?at the? "DAILY PRESS BUILDING, Corner Lafayette Avenue and Thirty third Street, by the DAILY PPESS COMPANY. C. E. TMACKER, Editor on<J Publisher. R M. JOHNSON, Advertising Manager. B- G- SMITH, Circulation Manager. TELE PR 0 NE N U M.I 5 BPS. Editorial Rooms, Both 'Phones No. 14.1 Business Office, Bell 'Phone No. 181. | Subscription Ratest The Daily Press is delivered by car? riers anywhere in the city limits for 10 cents a week. Any irregularity in de-1 livery should be immediately reported, to the office of publication. Orders forj delivery of the Daily Press to either| residences or places of business may be made by postal card or Bell Tele? phone, No. LSI. to B. G. Smith, mana? ger of circulation. M A IB SUBSCR1 PTIO NS. t)ne Month .40c. Three Mouths .$1.00 Six Months . $2.00 One Year . $1.00 Mail subscriptions payable in ad? vance. No paper sent longer than paid for. Branch Offices. Advertisements f.>r the Daily Pre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 November 1899

Wyoming Tribe Gives a Delight* fui Sociable. MANY VISIIORS ARE PRESENT Mayor Hope Slakes the Address of Vi < 1. come and Grand Sachem C. W. Adarns Responds On Behalf of Visiting Brethren. Other Kotes. Wyoming Tribe Improve;! Order o? Bed Men gave a very enjoyable socia? ble in their large room last night, win ich eclipsed in many respects anything of a social nature that lias taken place in .Haul,';;-!en in many years. The room was crowded with visitors from' Comae he Tribe. Newport News, I'hoobus Lodge and several representa? tives from F?x J1 ill Badge and a large nun.'her raft the local red skins w, re present. Alfter the regular 'business of the lo? cal tribe had In en disposed of ihr doors thrinwii open, and i|tiite a number <>? pale faces (not members) were invited in participate in ih>' pleasures of the evening. Mr. .Im' Gold, was nr.i-To i.-hairman . I' the 'meeting, and as he ha 1 often before held this important position, soon ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 November 1899

NEW YORK STOCK MATIRET. NE WYORK, Nov. 20.?The stock market confounded all the prophets to? day by turning reactionary in tone. All ofthe fraternity of professional specu? lators came down to Wall street this morning inclined to the buli side. Their operations combined with an outside demand through commission houses in? vited by last week's course of events carried prices upward for a brief pe? riod, but realizing promptly became manifest and Manhattan developed such conspicuous weakness as to affect the whole list. By noon the weakness had become marked in a number of the industrial specialties. This was at? tributed to the expectation of a decis? ion by the United State? Supreme Court in a case bearing on the valid? ity of the new form of industrial com? bination which has been so widely used in the last year. The industrials ral? lied considerably when the news came from Washington that the decision hid not been handed down today. The ral ry was due to operations by room tra? de...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 November 1899

LOOKS UKE A SURE THING. MK. C. "HUNTINGTON ON THE PKOS l'KCT OtT A COTTON MIJLL. Coaf ,tini tho Humor and Soys That H Hopes to KntaMlxb Such Au Industry Bore. Tho Evening Telegram prints the following: Over his own signature to the Even? ing Telegram. Mr. Collis P. Hunting ton, the multi-millionaire and owner of the big shipyard here, confirms the re? port that there is some probability that! he will establish a large cotton mill at -Viewport News in the near future. j Several days ago the Evening Tele? gram published a rumor to the effect that Mr. Huntington was considering! tile cotton mill enterprise and in order j to get a confirmation or denial of the story from headquarters, Mr. Hunting-! ton \\ns communicated' with, being re- | quested to say whether or not there was any foundation for it. The reply, promptly given, is highly gratifying. Mr. Huntington says he! !has had some talk with certain parties -about starting a cotton mill at New? port News, but he is not prepared to s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 21 November 1899

A VERY VALUABLE VOLUME. SEW DIRECTORY Jl'ST ISSUED BY J. L. HILL CO. Populttilon of Newport N?*w? Hhh Increan cd Five Thi.uxRtiil In thel'ngt Y?ar. H.st ?f Thin S-otinn.' The new city directory for Newport News. Hamilton. Phoebus and Old Point, for ISMO, just issued by the .). L. Hill Printing Cwanmny. ?nf Richmond, has made its appearance and is now ready for i'.s patrons. This directory is by far the largest ami handsomest ever issued so far as Newport News is concerned. It con faines 415 pages and is broug'ht up to and patience having been used in the .?.work of-its compilation. in addition to the general directory the book onfilns much other valuabh information, including statistics us Newport '.News. Old Point. Hampton churehes, Warwick county otlieers. guide to .Newport News, secret s?K-:;; lies. schools, federal oil:vcrs. city de? partments. iriLscellaneou's directory, in? dex to tli" advertisements that no bus? iness man can afford t > be without, li is comprehens...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 November 1899

5 Associated I Press | Dispatches. VOL. IV. 277 A. Vice-President of the Un'ted States is No More. PASSED AWAY IN PATERSON Hail Long Been a Sick Man. DcmtHo W?? Houily Expec'.ed. Den th of Ytce-Pre>l tlent Ht n'lrbks IB Kfcalled. I*re?ldontV I'roclaiuttt it ll. fUv Telegraph.) NEW Yi IKK, N'ciy. 21.?Garret A. Hobart. vice president of the United Stale-, died at his home in Paterson. X. .1.. at S:30 o'clock this morning. his bedside were Mrs. Hobart and his son. Garret A. Ii ?hart. Jr.. together with Dr. William Newton, and lv.s wife and Private Secretary Evans. Mr. llobart's death had been expect? ed for some h eirs. The beginning of the etid came yesterday afternoon when there was a sudden failure el' the heart and Crom this attack. Mr. Hobart nev? er rallied. He had been sick for a Ions time and had suffered from heart fail? ure, and his strength had been under h art. s notion became more apparent and SM.ei after midnight last night. Mr. Hobart became unconscious. He re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 November 1899

Transacted by the Council at Last Night's Session. THAT COAL TRANSACTION Sent liack to Uie t'onmilt'e* Willi Instruc tlous t'. ICtrn pen the Cure. A J'air ul bc?l>? Tor toe C"'y. Mhjoi 'a C'oiiiniuuUrttli.nn. Not 'much business was transacted by tb/a council last night, though a number of matters of importance were introduced. These, however, were re? ferred to different committees. The mayor's message will appear in smother part of the paper. His other communications were acti J on :n a manner which will develop. UVmong the important subjects in troduced was that of providing the city ?with a set o'.' scales for weighing coal sind other fuel purchased. This meas? ure advocated by Mr. McLaughlin, and. upon his suggestion, was referred to the proper connmittee. .Among other things, the council ap? propriated, by a unanimous vote, the ifuin of $100 as a partial convponsati ?1 J'or the advertising of the city in Ihe <Chri*tmas edition of the Dai y Press. Those mem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 November 1899

His Views of Legislation Needed for the City. A NUMBER OF SUGGESTIONS ttvciinimeiids Largely Incrt-Halnc ihe Uudletl IiidobttMlurvs of the Hun cl I'l'l'ij tor lb? Pur pun? uf Pub? lic Improvements. M'ayor IMoss has. perhaps, given the ttttUg?et more consideration, however,] Wmn any other city oflicer. save, per? haps, the chairman of .the Finance Com inrlitee, Mr. A. 13. Burclher. ( The mayor lias crystal ize'd Iiis views on the subject ami embotlijj them In a MK>s*age Which he sent to the Council l.'i*?. night. This document is an important one, antjirull of sugrgest'icns which will evoke inucih discussion pro and eon. it presents a nuim'ber of pertinent questions from His iliouor's standpoint. 3? is pubtis'hed below i'i full' The rapid growth of our city since its charter was obtained: its great indus? trial progress and increase along all progressive lines, have created condi? tions tha,t 'did not exist several years WiTO. It has been recognized by the 'thoughtful that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 November 1899

J PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING (Except Monday) ?at the? DAILY PRESS BUILDING. Corner Lafayette Avenue and Thirty third Street, by the DAILY PRESS COMPANY. C. E. THACKKR, Editor and Publisher. R. M. JOWSUN, Advertising Manager. B. Q. SMITH, Circulation Manager. TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Editorial Rooms, Both 'Phones No. 14. Business Office, Bell 'Phone No. 181. Subscription Ratest The Daily Press is delivered by cor riers anywhere in the city limits for 10j cents a week. Any irregularity in de-' livery should be Immediately reported, to the office of publication. Orders for, delivery of the Daily Press to either, residences or places of business may be made by postal card or Bell Tele-1 phone. No. LSI. to B. G. Smith, mana? ger of circulation. MA IL S UESCRIPTIONS. One Month . 40e. Three Months .$1.00j Six Months . $2.00 j One Year . $4.00 Mail subscriptions payable in ad? vance. No paper sent longer than j paid for. Branch Offices. Advertisements for the Daily Press may be left at any of the fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 November 1899

Death Yesterday of This Much Beloved Old Lady. BROTHER CLEMENT IS DEAD Chrl-itlBii Educator Putgea Away at La Sallo College Yesterday Morning. Mr. William?, lbs Drummer Evangelist, Speaks. 'Mrs. Broily F. Couch, wife o? Mr. 'William Couch, died at the residence of her daughter. '.Mrs. C. K. Cheyne, in ?West End. at 11:45 o'clock yesterday hvorning aged fifty-five years. 'Mrs. Couch had been a sufferer from stomach trouble for many years. Sev? eral years. Several days ago site was Taken to her bed. and although all that medical science could devise and the tender nursing of her loved ones was given her, the disease had so fastened its clutches upon her. as to make it apparent that her usefulness was fast ebbing away, and she rapidly grew weaker until the end came yesterday. '.Mrs. Couch was a lovely character in her daily li'fe. She took a great pleasure in ministering to those who were in need, and tic announcement of her death was rec ived with univer? sal sorrow. Mrs. Couch, with ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 November 1899

NEW YORK. Nov. 21.?The character of the securities market today contin? ued muclt the same as yesterday, that is. in an attitude of waiting-. There -were no signs of speculative furor and no large organized buying was in ev? idence. Such a market has a natural tendency to gravitate downward. Sel? ling pressure was not severe, however, holders of stocks being content appar? ently to retain their holdings and wait for the money situation to work itself out. The rosy colored views of the in lluence to be* wrought by the redemp? tion of government bonds have appar ently been modified. The offerings of; bonds at the New York sub-treasury were somewhat larger again than yes? terday, but there were no signs of the great blocks of bonds accumulated by great banking banking interests of which rumors wore heard and visions were seen last week. BIG BLOCKS OF BONOS. Some of the speculators who were demonstrating for an advance have been giving out assertions that blocks of S10.000.000 and even ...

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