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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 November 1899

A SUSPECT ARRESTED Charles Tyler, Charged With Murder. WAN TED-IN WARWICK COUNTY Ilia Aid^aTliat He Killed Kolni t Mubon ? V.?r Ae?. SheriffCum? Win Ko fur Itto M.?li Tuilny. i>< lall? . 1 lilt, AlT' MS.. Last night the following telegram was received by Associated Press: PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 21.?Charged 'with having committed murder in Vir? ginia over a yes>r ago, Charles Tyler, a young negro, was today held to await tlie action of ihe district attorney of Warwick county. Va. Tin; CRIME. The crime for which Tyler was held was the murder of Robert Mason, also a negro, on September 19, lSl'S. On September 16, they started down the James river with a small boatload of watermelons. Su'bseqeuently Ma? son's b/.idy was found in tha river. The head had been crurh.d and one arm was badly gashed. THE MOTIVE. Robbery was the motive for the xjrime, for Mason's share of the sale of the watermelons. S3, was gone. Tyler was suspected, as he had tied. Captain of Det...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 November 1899

GARRET ?. BOBART <Continued from first page.) ! the White House. Secretary Hay has? tened over to the White House and had a private conference with the Presi? dent and then returned to the State Department to give orders for the ex? ecution of the official program of his department. First Mr. Hay sent a per~ sonal message t.. Mrs. llobart expres? sing his sincere condolence and then gave his attention to the preparation of a. proclamation announcing the death of the vice president to the peo? ple of the United States. It was also necessary to convey the informal ion to the nations of the world. DAY FOrt CABINET MEETING. This was the day tor the regular, cabinet meeting and the members gath? ered at the White Hons, tit il o'clock but the death of the vice presid ::t overshadowed all else and public busi? ness was not mentioned. All the msm bers of the cabinet, especially Attor? ney General Griggs. shewed the emo? tion which they felt. The attorney general and Vice Presiden...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 November 1899

S Associated S Press I Dispatches. VOL. IV. 279 BRITISH ROUT BOERS Bloody Battle With Transvaal Troops at Belmont Yesterday. BOTH SUFFER HEAVY LOSS Gen, Htlhuen Ucpurts Ciiinplete Vlctoiy for Hritlah. Says Enemy Fought-With Great Courage and Skill, Forty Botra Taliea Prisoner. (.By Telegraph.) LOiNDOtNT. November 23.?The He ? ro? tary of War has received the fallowing dispatch through General Forestier Walger. from General Merhuen, dated Belmont, November 23. "Attacked the en. my at. daybreak this morning, lie was in a strong posi? tion . Three ridges were carried in suc? cession, tie- last attack being prepared by shrapnel. Infantry behaved splen? didly and received support fro mi the naval'brigade and artillery. The enemy fought with courage and skill. Had 1 attacked later 1 should "nave had far heavier hiss. "Our vi tory was complete. Have taken forty prisoners. Am burying a good number of. the Boers, but the greater part of the enemy's killed and ?wounded were removed by their e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 November 1899

Particularly in the Case of the Trial of the Chief. POSTPONED UNTIL MONDAY Tbe Mfjor Was N?t ICeady to l'roceed. Mr, Stuf n'a l'o?ltlun KSoquviitly Stated. How Mr MacKay Stauda. T?uiae?C In a Tias-ot Saya Mr. Marye. The trial of the Chief-of-JPolice on charges brought forward by the Mayor is still ii disagreeable contingency of the fuuire. The vase was to have come up last night'before the Police Boai'J, but was postponed until Monday night at the re? quest of the Mayer, who was unalble to see;are an attorney to represent himself ur.u the elty. As practically the whole city is inter? ested in the business, and as witnesses to the number of nearly four score had been summoned, there was a large crowd present at t'ae appointed hour? 7:30 o'clock. It was quickly seen that '.he chief's office would not ncwtwrao date the beard for the oc .as.on. and the commissioners repaired to the ofllce of the 'Commissioner of ilevenue. At S o'clock said office was filled, the Uoorway was rowded an? p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 November 1899

Picked out to the North End Yesterday Morning. SOME FIGURES AS TO COST Wh?-, tt WlH Ts?k? to K?T?J Addition il Sohooln aud Wl-at tlio Whole SjMem Wlll.Uoat. Bellevt ?1 Move Will Oo Through Succ? s?f ul!y. Mr. Mark McLaughlin, chairman of the 'School Committee of the Council, and Mr. J. J. O'Donnell; chairman of ?the Building ami Grounds Committee of the School Board; yesterday morning went up to North 52nd and nicked out a site, whft/h they will urge for the pro? posed new school building in that neigh? borhood. This site oonsists of tight, lots on Forty- seventh and Forty-sixth streets, between Lafayette and Virginia ave? nues. eonVbining to give an area one 'hundred reel on each street, and two hundred feet deep. This property belongs to the Old Do? minion Land Company, which has promised to reserve the lots pending the decision of the board. The site is high and admirably located in point of convenience and accessibility. The proposed East End new school will be located probably ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 November 1899

PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING (Except Monday) ?at the? DAILY TRESS BUILDING, Cor.icr Lafayette Avenue and Thirty third Street, by the DAILY PFESS COMPANY. C. E. THACKER, Editor and Publisher. R. M. JOHNSON, Advertising Manager. B. ti- SMITH, Circulation Manager. TELEPHONE N UM BI5RS. Editorial Rooms, Both 'Phones No. 14.1 Business Office, Bell "Phone No. 181.] Subscription Ratest j The Daily Press is delivered by ear-] ricrs anywhere in the city limits for 10j tents a Week. Any irregularity in de-1 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-, phone. No. lS1. to B. G. Smith, mana? ger of circulation. MAIL Sl'BSCRIPTIONS. One Month . -10,-. Three Months .$1.00 Six Months . $2.00 One Year . $4.00 Mail subscriptions payable in ad-' vance. No paper sent longer than paid for. Branch Offices. Advertisements for the Daily Preps may be left at any of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 November 1899

HAMP1 ?met MST mi Deemboweled Body of Mulatto Woman Found in Phoebus. ANNIE BENEDICT THE VICTIM Louis Augiixi, Artilleryman, I? Held Ke sponaible for the Woman'* Death by the Corouei's .lur;. O her Ittuis. The quiet little village of Phoebus has again been the scene of a brutal murder committed after the "Jack the Ripper" style. This time, however, it is claimed by the police that the guilty man is in the hands of the law: and from, his own alleged confession and the verdict of the coroner's jury, the case is made prominent by the heinous manner in which it was committed. Annie Benedict, a colored woman, ?whose life has been one of shame, is the unfortunate victim, and Louis Au? gust, a soldier from Port Monroe, is tiie accused. In fact, August, it is claimed, admitted to Officers Williams. Mastin and Cunningham that lie killed Annie Benedict but was so under the influ? ence of liquor that he did not know what he was doing. FOUND DEAD IN P.FD. Yesterday morning, shortly after R o'cl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 November 1899

SOT KS OK SBIFWNO The confident assertion of its friends that tiie Hanna-Payne shipping- sub? sidy bill is to be rushed through Con? gress this winter follows close upon a Veport that a shipbuilding trust is in 1 process of formation. All the leading shipyards of the United States, it is stated, are to enter the combination about to be formed, with the result that when the Manna-Payne bill is: passed the trust will not only control; the orices of ships in tlfis country, but . also receive a gratuity of several mil? lion dollars front the Federal treasury. With the help of its enormous subsidy] the trust would be able jo supppress i all competitors, both in the building and in the owning of ships. Ir would have the great advantage or other | trusts, that it would lv protected abroad as well as at home, and in the coasting trade its power to control] rates, to tli.' hurt of trade, might easily! he made supremo. It is evidently impolitic to announce! the formation of a shipbuilding tru...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 November 1899

STIL!, LOOKING FOB WILLIAMS: That "Slick Article or Humanity Sa 31ukliiE Hlmncir Scarce. r The police are still looking for J. H. "Williams, better known as Harvey Williams, the confessed burglar who escaped from the station-house last S?anday morning. 'No clue has been Uiscovered and the whereabouts of the fugitive are unknown. The police have notified the police of other cities to keep a lookout for the man and have furnished them with the following description: "Williams is five feet seven inches in height, black hair, black eyes, black moustache, two weeks' old beard, stoop in shoulders', dove-colored trousers, lit? tle \yr>rn, square black sack coat, brown derty hat; painter by trade, served two ycr.rs in the 'State penitentiary." It is understood that Williams is also "wanted in 'Norfolk and I>anville for houscbreaking and if be is caught he is sure to get bis deserts. As he has previously served a term Sn the penitentiary he will have five years added to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 November 1899

CITT NKWS JN BRIEF. All of the Rlks in this city arc wear? ing neat little buttons bearing the words, "IRichmon'd-. 1901." and an elk's head. All .rt" the Virginia Kiks are in-1 terested in the movement t.> have the Grand-Lodge meet in Richmond in 1901. and t in y are beginning to work j ca rly. Rev. Lundy Rr. Wright will preach a ftpecial sermon to the two councils of; the-Junior Order of United American Mechanics at the Newport XOws Rap ti<; church Sun.lav ifternoon ot 3 o'clock. There will lie n special pro? gram arranged for the occasion. Rev. William F. Sheppard. pastor . f' the Trinity Wesleyan Melh idist church,] who was recentlv" elected Grand Chief i Templar of Hie State Lodge I. <G. '!'.. 1s now absent on hi.- Iiis; ollicial visi? tation to the various lo ,ges of the or? der throughout the State, 'in a letter received from Mr. Sh< ppard a few days until about the l?th of licceiriber. " j ALLKIIKU SNK \ Iv TH I KP. I Buddie .Inclt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 November 1899

I Associated 1 I Press I I Dispatches, f VOL.IV. 280 Causes Split in Spanish War Veterans' Association. R8VAL BODY IS ORGANIZED I Admiral Deu-fy la Elec'cd Commandant 1 n I'll ft' f of Niw Organ za:Ion ?ml Col. <;?o. Taylor, or Virginia, Commissary General. ( I '.y Telegraph.) WiA'SHTXCiTOX. .Siivomlwr i:!.?A splilt has occurred in the i>rg,-ini'/..i.ti.iii ? if t'he Spanish War Veterans and a i'?vai body was formed tb-day to he ki: .wii as the Spanish-American War Veterans. Litst week the original organization hold a pnmra.-t.-d meeting in this city anil perfected its constitution an', by laws and at mat tint- there were rumors .if an impending split, hut La? thing was made public otTi ially. I 'A I .-' K O'F Ml K . I". .'IT. To-day's meelt'ing was held in re? sponse 'to an urge n't all if Adjutant General Liller Who gives the followir.g reason Tor the split: "General dissat is fa.-.ion-- and an at? tempt to place "he organization in the hands of the O'h'io re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 November 1899

TILI NEXT FRIDAY Another Postponement in lhe Warwick Coal Co. Case. MOVEMENT FO? NEW SCHOOL .11 seling of <l?e Sell'ol Commuted of tho] Council Last Night. Will A*U for $40, ?00 Instead of ?35.000. Tim M aye j'b Message. The settlement of that vexed question of the twenty tons of coal placed by the Warwick Coal Company in the Court House some tire ago is not yet :i fact. The Pudding and Grounds Committee of the Council was to have taken tho matter up last nicht and met at the Court House for thai purp ?e. hut the case has been postponeiConce more. Tin- postponement wT^Vuniil Friday at tin' request of'the mayor, who was unable In have an attorney present. As thi' other -side is represented, the committee, by courtesy, had an other course loft open. The School Committee of tin' Council met last nicht and formulated a re? quest fur $40.000 for tin' erection of two new school houses. Tin- amount, was at first placed at not), but. as-shown in tin' Daily Cress of yesterday, at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 November 1899

Mysterious Disappearance of 20 Thanksgiving Turkeys. STOLEN YESTERDAY MORNING Sufpect Chased to His iMlr and w Turk, y Found Cooklug ou UIh Stovr, Hut tlia Fact JJ.ii!n't JFurulsh Suf? ficient I'rouf for Arrest. The approach of the Thanksgiving season is responsible for the large num? ber of turkeys one sees upon the mar? ket? 'ioleful looking bipeds are they, unhappy in their fatness, and* with eye conscious of impending disaster. There are, however, twenty of these unfortunate birds that are no longer in the market place. Their reproachful glances will never again haunt the con? sciences of would-be purchasers. They have disappeared. Wihlther they have gone. m:uy not now be told. Sufficient it is. for t'he purpose of this tale to say that the market p.ace \vhiqh knew them, will know them no more. This score of Thanksgiving turkeys belonged to Walker & l?den, mer? chants, who anticipated: selling them to the hungry public. They were fine turkeys, plump and handsome?just...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 November 1899

fgEfic ^ai(t|press* PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING (Except Monday) ?at the? DAILY PRESS RRILDrNG. Coiner Lafayette Avenue and Thirty DAILY PKESS COMPANY. C. E. THACKKR. KJitor und Publisher. R. M. JOHNSON, Advertising .Manager, 1$. <J. SMITH, Circulation .Manager. TELEPH" >NE XUM HERS. Editorial Rooms. Both "Phones No. 14. Business Office, Bell 'Phone No. 1S1. Subscription Rates: The Daily Press is delivered by car? riers anywhere in the city limits for 10 cents a week. Any irregularity in de? livery should 1"' immediately reported to the offh.!" publication, orders for delivery tif the Daily Press to either residences or places of business may be made by postal card or Red Tele? phone, No. lsi. tu b. g. Smith, mana? ger of circulation. MA I L SUBSCR1 PTIONS. One Month . 40e. Thfe Months .SLOP Six .Months . $2.00 One Year . $4.00 Mail subscriptions payable in ad? vance. No paper sent longer than paid for. Branch Offices; Advertisements for tlie Daily Pres may be left ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 November 1899

HAMP1 DOESN'T REMEMBER Louis August Talks Concerning Benedict Murder. SAYS HE MAY BE THE SL AYER Bat WasTooMach Duitcr the Iotlu. nc of Liquor to Lnow it. Sent on to tlie Grand Jury. Other News Notes Sheriff lt. K. 'Curtis engineered the ?.v.ii k of'bringing the murder ease to a focus, by directing the plans which were carried out. Tiic prisoner spent most ot the time yesterday sleeping. The ease will very probably conic up in tiic County Court nexlt week as the court convened on the first Monday in December. AWN 113 11 RIX FJDU -TS FI'X El CA I ... Tiie remains of Annie Benedict, the unfortunate victim of the crime, were bulled yos!te-i'.i'uv. There were no friends to follow* tin- lie.use. Under? taker It. C. Mall, of Hampton, who lias ehaige of the burving of the county's dead, carried the body to the lonesome graveyaiM and there laid it to res:. Louis August, the Port Monroe ailiil leryiman charged with murilering Annie iBened'idt in her home at Phoebus some due during Wednesday ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 November 1899

MARKET REPORTS NEW "YORK STOCK MARKET. NEW YORK. Nov. 24.?The stock ?market today showed divergent move? ments of a few industrials and a hand? ful of railroad stock?. A few conspic? uous railroad stocks pursued an up? ward course, -while the industrials wer. on the down grade. The movement in the rurilroads proved rather more in? fluential on the g.-neral Iis! than that in the industrials. Tin- undertone of the market was unmistakably streng and in the latter part of tie- day the strength became more general. Profit taking before the close reduced prie s from the best. In the body of the ac? tive list net changes are surprisingly small and while tihe majority are gains there are important exceptions on The side of losses. Tin- Baltimore and Ohio stocks were the center of in? ter est. The buying of these stocks was large from the opening, but as the clos? ing hour approached ti dealings as? sumed astonishing magnitude. Blocks of many thousand shares of the prefer? red suce.-'ded ouc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 November 1899

Tit AUS CONUITIONS UBAITIIV. ltevlcw or the w^k'n Business. The MarketH Active. (By Telegraph.) NEW YC-ljBK. November 24.--Brad street's to-morrow will say: ?A striking illustration of the under? lying strength of the general business situation is furnished tins week by the course of prices. Almost without ex? ception values of staples remain firm at previous quotations or manifest a ?tili further pronounced tendency up? ward. This, too, has occurred in face ol' a rather smaller distribution in the ordinary trade channels than has been noted in recent weeks. .So far as au? tumn and v. inter trade is concerned the Complaint of unseasonably mild -weath? er restricting retail distribution is re? peated from many cities, but rising su? perior to this and to the questionably smaller, distribution at first hands is the accentuated strength of textiles, but parti, ularly cotton goods which reflect some added strength of the raw pro? duct due to smaller receipts and better foreign advices, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 25 November 1899

WAR MUST SOON END Insurgent Government Can No Longer Claim to Exist. I LEADERS ARE IN DESPAIR President of ilie Flllplntj Counters Ke nonncil All Further Connection Willi tlie Iosurrt ctlon? Cabinet anel Con gr, i-n Practically DlBbantled. i Bv Telegraph.) M.VNil.A. INovetnljer 24. 5:05 P. M.? iRautisla. president iit the Filipino Congress, present" i himself i" General ?MaciArthur to-day and formally re? nounced all further connection '.vith the insurrection. II" was one of the influential Filipinos who hesitated al the beginning of tie' war as to whi h side on which t.i oast his lot. He was offered a jud'geship of the Supreme Court but deetineil. die announces thai lie 'desires to accept tie- position and says the Filipino Congress and cabi? net aiv scattered, never i<, reassemble. Some of the members, he adds, have returned to their h mi. s .chile '.tie rs are flying for sat', ty. Many ? the Con? gressmen have resigned and he believes the Filipino soldiers will lay dow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 26 November 1899

I Associated I Press Dispatches. VOL. IV. 281 BRAINSOFTHE ENEMY Buencam'no,Who Possesses 'Era, Locked Up at Mania. IM DESPAIR, H6 SURRENDERS Author of the Fdintuo Cong?cu luu Sity? Hols Sick of the War. Insurgents Make a Feint at Attacking Im mus. News of Manila, (By Telegraph.) MAIN 11,A. Nov. 25.?1:25 P. \L?Bu? eneamino. the bruins of t>'c niipino in? surrection, is locked up hers iu charge nl Brig. Gen. Edward B Williston, the provost martial. When Tarla - fell, Bu i.ncatmino tied northward with Aguin al.lo's three-year-old iron and an old lady, supposed to be the mothet of Agtdnaldo's confidential servant, Tomas M:.xarine. and a guard Ol' a hundred soldiers. Beaching the neighborhood of the coast November 10, Bueneamino found American sVdieis on every side and escape was impi ssible. So lie sought refuge in : ?ttl? p "ig in. an village, six miles from Manaoag living in a mean little hut belonging l > na? tives, who were luk-nvarm towards the insurrection, o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 26 November 1899

latauaBiiieiBiiciBsaaiiisiaatiti We have bought from two of the leading manufacturers in this country their en? tire sample lines, and odd stock of ladies' and children's ready-made garments* Thonsands of dollars are involved in this gigantic purchase; thousands of dol? lars woith of goods were bought at half of the manufacturer's" cost. \ve will sell them as we bought them, at half price. Every garment is a sample of superior workmanship, designed by the best artists in the land. ?alaBBBaetaaBiftiiaBftBaaalisKsii?irjavaBBKsatvsisiaaBB? ale Commence BaaSflBBIBOaSBIBBBflaBaaOflBBlBSaaiBBBBBVBEBBBBBflBBBBQaBaBBQBBBflBOQEBaaaBSBSBBBBaBBBSBBflaaiBBflBOBBaiaSBEBBSB J3l3BBBSBBBBBIBBIQ3BiUBBak BDD New GoSf Capes Large plai ! Golf O.pep, all wool, proper length, 0 JO variety of colors, worth $?>; our price. *0 Extra long, large plaid Golf Cape.0, very heavy f 10 material,new psitiernp, worlli $10; now. "?*Q Piain grey cloth, Golf Cape?,with plaid edgings, H AO worth $12 ; our pri...

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