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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 26 November 1899

THE CHILDREN'S LAND. K Is Located In New Mexico and Certainly la a Most Re'mnrkable s Community. On a tract of land nearly 1,000 acres la extent, and situated about six miles Uortli of Las Cruces and about 50 miles north of El Paso, in New Mexico, is the most remarkable community in the world. Here a fraternity, with a new civilization, a new religion and a Bible of its own, is being reared, with the idea of the perfectibility of the human race, which was the dream of its founder. Prom the raw material of castaway in? fants and foundlings a new kind of peo? ple is intended to result. The adults composing this communi? ty are spiritualists and vegetarians, but the children reared under this strange system are the chief hope of the believers. It is they, and not the grown men and women who live in the Sbalam, who are to demonstrate to the world the possibility of a new economic and social fraternity. Through them earth is to be regenerated and man led out of the darkness of the compet...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 26 November 1899

fContinued from first page) else, Aguinaklo might have been cap* lured. Huencamino's endurance was ex? hausted. He had left Aguinaldo's par? ty rhere and remained among the Americans a week until the natives betrayed him. Aguinaldo is on the mountain trails. 25 horses in the party, and has a good chance of eluding un? less he g--ts among hostile natives. General Lawion entered San Fabian on 'November IS, after a perilous and exhausting trip. He arranged the dis? tribution of the troops in the surround? ing country and started to return to Tayug on Sunday. The business men of Dagupan and many foreigners have sent word to G"n. Wheat on that the insurgents had evacuated and requested that he gar? rison the place. Capt. Howland took a battalion of the Thirteenth regiment and proceeded to Dagupan. He found 2.500 p< ople in a town whoso nominal population is 50.000. the remainder hav? ing tied to the swamps. Capt. Howland reinstalled in office the local authori? ties of Aguinaldo's gov...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 26 November 1899

SENT FOR SHERIFF Louis Augsst, Alleged Murderer, Asks for Mr. Curtis. -,? I BUT WAS NOT GRANTL I) W ISli I Father Balls Hl< Son's Blnck"Swaetli?-ari" Out Jail ?Ed Ca UM 8 the Petiplo to K* press Their Disapproval of Such a Ihing In his close iron cell with no one to talk with and no one to keep him com? pany Louis August, Use ai'tilleryiv..an from the Fort, who is charged with murdering Annie Benedict, spent yes? terday. The prisoner was up early end par look of a hearty breaVT- . which was carried him by the jailer, with much relish. After eating he took a nap and seems to be unconcerned as to the final outcome of 'the serious trial which is before him. During the day several soldiers from the fort visited 'the jail and asked to be 'allowed to converse with August, but iSheriff Curtis had given strict or? ders that no one be allowed to 'nave a conversation with the prisoner at this lime and the Jailer was compelled t" ?refuse the artillerymen admittance t" the cell in which Augu...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 26 November 1899

Added to the Volume of Crime in BloudUdd. REGULAR SATURDAY KILLING Three Bullets Put Into One .11 un and One I?to Another, All for the Sake of Two "?onei." Both of Tin m "Not Worth Price of a Ballet. another gory ?re la<. night, uniox r.Auoit Norrs. -Blood'fleld has a :>1- i chapter to her volume 01 Two men were sh-.t th one of them p issibly fata lly. One .;f these men is Walter Robinson. The other is Buddie Bohl in. The man who did the sh ...tint,' is Buddie F >wlks All three are negroes. From what can too learned ii-.'' fray started over a game of craps, or. a< as one of the negroes over there ex? pressed it his: night, "(ley bad trouble Ober de bom s." All ? ?;' the de: tils are not obtainatole. the eye-witnesses to the shooting being reluctant in testify? ing. It appears, however, that the trouble started in the saloon cf Ka.ai. it Fowlks just below the '"Lucy Coltmaii. ' From infot mat ion gathered on the spot. IL.h inson started ;?' walk Out with two dice in his h...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 November 1899

I Associated | I Press I Dispatches. | VOL. IV. 282 Lancers Have Disappeared as if Earth Swallowed Them. WERE PERHAPS CAPTURED! British War Ollioe Has learned Nothing of the Frtte of Ili-^Mlgglng Troopg. Cable Service Again Interrupted. ( By Telegraph.) bOXDii.N. Nov. 2S.?4:30 A. M.?A fresh interruption in tho East African cable service at this interesting mo? ment lias caused a cessation of ihe war news. As y<'i the war otlice has not received Bord Methusen's detailed list of casualties, nor is. any information at hand regarding the whereabouts the Ninth Lancers, who were sent in pursuit of tli-. Boers from Gras Pan. Tho Daily Mail says that a private telegram announces thai the Lancer; are still scouting ahead of Methuen'i advancing column, lot; as he nuiinoune e.i yesterday that he was giving bis men .1 day's rest ibis is hardly possi? ble. GREAT ANXIETY FELT. Indeed, the greatest anxiety is felt and more especially in view of the fact that the Berlin Deutsche Warte, which reg...

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 November 1899

TBE TRIAL STARTED Investigation Into Ofiice of Chief of Pol;ce. CITY'S WITNESSES HEARD They Made Good Witnesses Tor the Chi? f. Tis', Mayot's Case as S.Mied. Outs tton of Authority Be:w?tn lite lioard atid the Mayor. The Investigation inaugurated by Mayor A. A. Moss into the otHce of the chief of police, after numerous delays, was finally begun last night, ajld is now ?we'd under way. Indeed, it is to be ex? pected 'that it will Vie concluded to? night, as the city's witnesses have nearly all been heard and Mr. R. M. 'Lett, counsel for the defense, will not find it necessary to put but a compar? atively few witnesses on the stand. It must be confessed that most of the complainant's witnesses made good witnesses for the defense. In fact, the whole business has nar? rowed down essentially to a question Of the mayor's authority as stated to ?the authority of the board?a. question by the way. with which the chief of po? lice has technically nothing to do. The mayo,- in his formal commun...

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 November 1899

" ?; Magnificent Run Of the Ken? tucky Down the Coast. OTHER SHIPS OUTCLASSED. No Otber V?*s?l tu t ha 3f??y of Her Class Can tfqaglth? Pcrfuniiam-8 I'ucIit Natural Draft. Compared With the Riarsarg-. The new battleship Kentucky, whi.h had a highly satisfactory speed trial off the New (England coast last Friday, arrived In Hampton Uo/ids from Boston O?-t 8 o'clock Sunday night and came up j <t>o the shipyard yesterday at S o'clock. The .work of putting on the finishing ] touches will commence at oniee and in j a tew months the Kentucky will be ready to go in commission. The battleship's run down the coast, at cruising speed, and under 'natural ?dtaft, was nothing short of phenome- j nai. an average speed of nearly 15 i knots on hour being her record. I ''A! representative of the Daily Press ; interviewed General Superintendent j W. 'A. -"Post, on his return yesterday. I IMr. Post is enthusiastic over the j Kentucky's showing. So. indeed, are! all of lite naval officers who wer...

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 November 1899

PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING (Except Monday) ?at the? DAILY "PRESS BUILDING, Coiner La<\iyette Avenue and Thirty third Street, by the DAILY PRESS COMPANY. V. E. THACKER, Editor and Publisher. R M. JOHNSON, Advertising Manager. B. 0. SMITH, Circulation Manager. TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Editorial Rooms, Both 'Phones No. 14. Business Office, Bell 'Phone No. 181. Subscription Rotesi The Daily Press is delivered by car? riers anywhere in the city limits for 10 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? phone. No. 1S1, to B. G. Smith, mana? ger of circulation. MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS. One Month . 40c. Three Months .$1.00 Six Months . S2.00 One Year. $1.00 Mail subscriptions payable in ad? vance. Nu paper sent longer than paid for. Branch Offices. Advertisements for the Daily Press may be left at any of the following br...

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 November 1899

School Board Finally Decides to Investigate. PRINCIPAL AND TEACHER Will Begin InvvH. Igntloii Into the. Trouble This Afternoon at 3 O'clock. Mitts Hops and Prot. Coivl? s to Appear Before Th*in. The much talked' of school contro? versy between Principal Dudley R. Co wies and Miss Mollie L. Hope, teach? er of the eighth grade, is finally to be settled by -the Hampton School Board. 'With this object in view the board will meet this afternoon at o'clock .and ?take up the investigation us to the merits of the case. Both [Professor Bowles and Miss If.re ?will be requested to appear before the board ami give in detail the circum? stances that brought about su h un? pleasant relations. They iwill also, it is thought, have witnesses summoned to give testimony. The boar'd will pro? ceed with the work of investigation un? til every bit of evidence Phut can as? sist them in arriving at a fair surd im? partial settlement of the breach, has been brought out and sifti d down for twlialt it is wor...

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 November 1899

FACTS ABOUT OUR SHIPPING CONDITIONS AND REASONS FOR EN. COUH IGINtt LEGISLATION. Annual Report of the. Comml.Kion^r of >i?vlKHTtoii. Muar Satlofnciory la Bureaa'H History. The Marine Journal publishes the fol? lowing which will be interesting here: "The annual report of Mr. Chamber? lain, the Commissioner of Navigation, shows that American shipping indus? tries shared in 'he general prosperity of the country during the past fiscal year. The returns disclose more satis? factory conditions than these of any former year in the Bureau's history. The total documented tonnage on June 30. 1S99. comprised 22.7l> vessels. of 4.S64.23S gross tons, which is our larg? est since lSGfL The tonnage operating under our coasting laws. 21.397 vessels of 4.015,992 gross tons is the largest in our history and greater than the coast? ing tonnage of any other nation. Ouri steam tonnage. 2.476.011 tons, for the! first time exceeds the tonnage of till j other craft. In the rest of the world steam ton...

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 November 1899

"WOLSCEH POLICEMEN. ftM? OtTiopntlon ot a Crowd ot Withered Dames In the Ene liab Capital. London hj;s many queer things in the huge cxtenL of its area, but- none queerer tiia n its women guardians of the streets, for London, unknown to most of ita inhabitants, has a police force the like of which does, not exist in any oth?r city on earth. Iu order to sec it work you must get up very eaidy ou Friday morning and visit Covent. Garden market. There you will see such a block of traffic and such a crov.id of ahgry and unreason? able drivers that you will not be sur? prised at tba: metropolitan police giv? ing up the tftuty of keeping order as an impossible job. Hut still you will find that things ?ome right in tine end, and on looking bo find how this is brought about you will probably be shocked at discovering that Covent garden lias a I police force all to itself in tlte shape of some hundred or so of old women. They durt iu aud out among the cars, order the drivers to stop, or back t...

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 November 1899

COULD NOT CO IE Rut President Mc?uire Sent a Worthy Representative. MR.CHANCF OF PHILADELPHIA l"r?>j)?rli y him! Sink-s I>Ikcuisp?1 frt?m r Union Labor View Point. By-lk'w* of IheO'iivral Hc.-pliHl A?t>nclHt!aii. S m-> of 1 lit ir feH' ur- x. Pre? .'in Mi i .'.;>?'< oi P'mta'n Iphi , r.f ? i Int 11. i' 1 Kaa ?n ?>! noun ed I" address the labor meeting at the Opera H mse lasl night, was un? able to attend on aecotint- of indispo? sition, but sent a worthy representa? tive in the person of George P. Chance. President of the Associated Labor League. Mr. Cihance wtis preceded by a brief a-Ins. by Mr. Hugh O'C'o-nner, of this conditions of this and other c lumtries. In closing hi.- reu-.irks Mr. O'Conh r quoted the "head of a l uge industry as saying: "This is a lime uf prosperity, and no if nie for strikes." '"But said the speaker, '-how are we 'to know that it is a time of prosperity, ir we get no Thing more out v? it than work. Pros? perity should mean work and in...

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

I Associated | I Press I I Dispatches. ? VOL. IV. 283 U. S. Transport Maoauense's Perilous Voyage to Manila. HALF OF THE CREW DESERTED Machinery Collapsed ami Soldier* Balltit WaterTeu Days from UuBenworihy Vti?Bel, Which Had Been t'ro nouoctd Sound. ( By Telesr?p'h.) MANILA. INovembor 2S.?7MT, P. M. The transport Manauense, with Lieu? tenant Culonel Webb U-layes an.] throe com-panlts ..!' the Thirty-tlrst Infantry on board 'has arrived here. Shu nar? rowly escaped disaster. The officers and soldiers were for twelve ..lays bail Ibing with buckets. The steamer w-is un*ea\vorthy. under-mahnt .1 and short of provisions. Her engines br< ke down ast'i she rolled three days in a typhoon. ??When theJ.Ylanauense enter. 1 Manila bay ihi's inornin: thirty-t'hree days fi-oni .-'an Francisco, there was several feet "l" wa:. r in her hid.I and -Pin gritn?, gre-asv. hungrv, exhausted soldiers an I sailors had been passing buckets of water since Novem'ber IT.n nigh: and day. iPirst Assistant En...

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 November 1899

INTO THREE PARTS The Trial of Chief of Police Har wood is Divided. WAIIING FOR MR. M. B JONES Kvldence All In With tin. Exception of One Wlti-eMB. I. st uf Ute Teat I inoisy <;iven I,not Night. K gardiug Special Periiill? and Light?. ftike Gaul, in Caesar's Commentar? ies. Chief of Police Hat-wood's trial is divided into three parts. It could not .?? finished last night ..wing to the absence of the Commis? sioner of Revenue. Mr. Mag-ruder 13. Jones, who is a material witness for the complainant. All of the other testimony is in, and it will take but a short time to hear the evidence of Mr. Jones. It is proba? ble that ib.- Chief of Police will go on the stand again. though this is not certain. It will depend upon the char? acter ..f the testimony of the Commis? sioner. At the adjourned meeting l'ast night the evidence of the defense was heard. It can not be said that it was much more favorable to the chief than the evidence of tilt' WiUleSSeS i tl t -d 11 -e. 1 b.V th-- complaina...

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 November 1899

ON HER SAD MISSION The Battleship Texas Has De? parted for Havana. FOR BODIES OF MAINE'S DEAD In Command ofCapr. glgsbee. Who Com manded tbe Ill-fated Vessel When She Was Blown Up In Unban Water?. The United States battleship Texas, ?which arrived in Hampton Roads Mon? day aflternoon from 'Boston, sailed yes? terday morning for Brunswick, Oil., en route to Havana, where she will take on the bodies of the Maine's dead and bring them to either Newport News or Old Point lor shipment to Washington for interment. The Texas has been at Boston in connection with the official trial of the new 'battleship Kentucky, which re? turned here yesterday rnbrning. She came to Hampton Roads for coal and Monday night her bunkers -were suffi? ciently 'replenished. Yesterday at t? o'clo'ck Captain Sigsbee ordered up an? chor and the battleship started in her Southern cruise. At Brunswick the Texas will remain for two days to attend some kind of a patriotic celebration. Tbe citizens of Brunswick requeste...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 November 1899

^f|c 33ai''t| press, PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING (Except Monday) ?at the? DAILY TRESS BUILDING. Corner Lafayette Avenue and Thirty third Street, by the DAILY PFESS COMPANY. C. E. THACKBR, Editor and Publisher. R. M. JOHNSON, Advertising Manaxcr. B. U- SMITH, Circulation Manager. TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Editorial Rooms, Both 'Phones No. 14. Business Office, Bell 'Phone No. 1S1. Subscription Ratest The Daily Press is delivered by car-, riers anywhere in the city limits for 10, cents a week. Any irregularity in de-i 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. 1S1. to B. G. Smith, mana? ger of circulation. MAIL SL'BSCRIPTIONS. One Month . 40c. Three Mouths .$1.00 Six Months . $2.00 One Year . $4.00 Mail subscriptions payable in ad-J vance. No paper sent longer than paid for. Branch Offices. Advertisements for the Daily Press may lie left...

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

The Much Mooted Hope-Cowles Case. THE INVESTIGATION BEGUN Bat Cut Short by Prof. Ccwles. Refusal to Proceed Without Counsel. Many Witnesses to He Heard. Othtr News. The investigation by the Hampton ?ch?ol Board of the trouble leading up to tile controversy over the promotion of a pupil by 'Principal Dudley It. Cow les against 'the protest of Miss Mollie ti. 'Hope, tea. her of the eighth grade in 'the' Hampton school, now promises to be a long drawn out, and holly contest? ed battle, in which legal brain is to be employed. The board met yesterday for the pur? pose of bringing the trouble to a focus, but it was soon evinced that tic i|lies t ion w ill give the gentlemen on the. board no Huh- ttoUible before an emia eable agreement is arrived at. When Chairman '11. \,. ?Schmelz called the body ;,, order in his private office at Schmelz Bros, hanking house, there were present Messrs. .1. W. Ri hardson and George Schermei'horn from the board. -Miss Hope and Mayor .1. B. Hope and Principa...

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 November 1899

THE "DKAKEST" RACKET Worked by a Cincinnati Wlilskey Concern | la Thin City. There are many slick games, other ?than the legitimate means of adver? tising, to attract the attention of the public to certain articles of manufac-1 tore and many of them are -worked] successfully on Newport News people This city has the reputation of being | ?'easy" with the fakirs and that ac? counts for the presence ot such a larg< number of them throughout the year. A Cincinnati liquor Penise' has sue-| cessfully worked the latest advertisin scheme and they used the United Stati mails to accomplish their end. 'I"! game is a daring one. und it lias bee iiper-aied thus far without interruption | from the J'-ederal authorities. Whether or not it will be taken up at headquar? ter is not known, but the local postal authorities say that tie- case does not r-ome under the head of using the mail for fraudulent purposes, although the scheme is a clear deception. in tin- past rew .lays aboui 150 lebt? appare...

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

1n1khna I, KEVKMIG INCliKASK. Commissioner WiUon Submits His Report forJf?-ar Ktided June 30. (By Telegraph.) WASHINGTON. Nov. 2S.?Commis? sioner George W. Wilson, of 'the inter nal revenue bureau. In his report to the Secretary of the Treasury of the oper? ations of his office for the fiscal year ended June 30. 1899. shows that the re? ceipts from all sources aggregated S27S.484.573, an increase over the prece? ding year of $102,017.000. and an in? crease of $3,484,573 over the estimate of the commissioner made one year ago. The receipts from 'the several sources of revenue "luring the last year, and the increase or decrease in each as com? pared with the year 189$, are given aa follows: Spirits, $99,283,534; increase, $6.736, 534. Tobacco, $52.493,207; increase, $16,262, 085. Fermented liquors, $68.044.55S; in? crease. $29.129.137. Oleomargarine, $1,956,615; increase. $040,838. Filled cheese, S1S.09S: increase. $1,579. Mixed Hour, $7.040; law not in force last year. SPECIAL TAXES....

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

TO TRAIN THE BANDS Feature to be Added to Curicul um of Colored School. AIRS. HUNTINGTONS GIFT Donated SCi.500 for the Purpose ul Educat? ing Colored Youth of Tbl? City In Cooking. Sewing and Wool wirk. The Plan Outlined. The Huntingtons have always takei a groat mN-r.-st in the si ri- i 1 >!?- lovclop rhent of the negro race and have fre quently shown that interest in a pie.is ingly substantial manner, as many \. il Th." latest proof of their generosit; in this regard 1ms been furnished by Mis. i". f. Huntington, who -lias just, given to Dr. 11. B. fiizz. ll. priiii ipal ! .if tie- Hativpton Normal Sehn .1. a eh - k for $2.500 to be us. d in establishing in Nev\;...:t News a ....king, sewing and ?mahual training school among the . <i| ored people. I; Aid be rem. rubere 1 that Mis- Fie .1 and Miss Taylor who have had charge of similar insl i tu. ions in Norfolk, Berk P-v and Portsmouth, were iver here some days ago looking over tile held. These ladies will supeiin'tend the new...

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