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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 31 March 1898

ftSSOGlat?fl I Press I Dispat?s. I <? ?% 44 >?V X?V /ft. A t LARGEST $ ? V?? Hp -V V *V ? * CIRCULATION. $ VOL III, NO. 73. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 181)8. PRICE S,NGLE COP^TV^9..95NTS ONE WEEK -TEN CENTS BETWEEN TWO SUNS Submarine Mines Secretly Transported on a Barge. RUSHING WAR SUPPLIES Uoverumeiit Making Uante to Put Fort Muurae lu Fisting Trim. Aitiiuunltlou Arrives by Ilia Curlontl. More Troops Coming. The g-over.nm.-n; authorifes are rush? ing war supplies to FVwttvsu Monroes, and the work of rendering the gateway 'to IHampton- Roads iimpcn-.-mi ble hy warships of a- hostile haition la .being pushed with all 'haste. Mines will -be planted at the Capes and: In Hampton Roads. A reiK>rter for :tihe IDaMy Press yesterday 'learned for the Iflrst time that ueverail car loads of torpedoes and submarine mimes reached here Sunday night. The ar xiATal uif the explosives was shrouded in secrecy. They were transferred to a bairgie and towed to their desiL'i.nati.j...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 31 March 1898

c e. THACEHR, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE 23ai!g firsts @emi$smsijr POSToFFICE BUILDING. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Daily, twelve months.*? Dally, six months.8 i Daily, one month . ?? 7*afly, one week . 1 All business, news letters or tele Jraphlc dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS. TELEPHONE CALL..?.. Important to AUvertlHor*. Parties other than those having ledger accounts with this paper, civic societies and military organizations, are required to pay for transient advertisements' In advance. An Increase of 60 per cent ?will be charged for transient advertise? ments not paid for In advance, and no transient advertisement Will be booked for less space than one Inch. To lllus Vate: one half inch Is 25 cents, one Inch Alcents tor one time, when paid In ad? vance; but eher will be 75 cents It charged. Transient advertisers will eave money by remembering this notice, which applies In all cases. Irrespective *f financial responsibility. Advertising rat...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 31 March 1898

RACKET STORE. 3,000 volumes of the -world's best au? thor^ lo cents eolch. 300 Lamps, 10, 25, 50 cents to $5.00. 18 Hall Lamps, $1.50 to $2.00. 12 Library Lamps, $2.50 to $5.00. 100 China cups and saucers, 10 cents to $1.00 pair. 100 Cedar Tubs, 50 and 75 cen ts and $L SS Wash Boilers, 40, 50 and 75 cents and $1.00. 48 Cedar Palls, 15 and 30 cents. 6 boxes Fancy brands of Toilet Soap, S cakes for 25 cents. 100 dozen glass Tumblers, 30 cents to $1.00 a dozen. 6 dozen Coal Scuttles, 20 and 40 cents. 12 dozen Lunch Baskets, 10 to 50 cents. 96 Dish Fans, 10 cents each. 126 Wood Saws, 50 cents each. 12 Churns, 50 and 75 cents each. 800 joints of Stove Pipes, 10 and 15 cents each. 4 dozen four-piece Glass Sets, 25 to 76 cents. 250 Glass PlUhers, 10 to 50 cents. 5915 Washington Avenue. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. By virtue of Uie provisions of a cer? tain deed of trust, bearing date on Au? gust 14, 1S'J6, executed Uj us as trustees for the Old' Dominion Building and Loan- Assoc...

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 March 1898

McKinley and Hanna Hanged in Effigy, RIDDLED WITH BULLETS Members of the Slate Board of Fisheries Organize. Governor Tyler Kecel ving Applications Looking to Hie For? mation of Military Companies. (By Telegraph.) RICHMOND. VA., Maich 30.?In the western suburbs of the city tonight a crowd, -headed by William Hattess. a well-to-do butcher and well known Democratic ???toer, hanged and burned President McKinley and Mark IHanna in efllgy. -"he crowds called themselves the Pie-HiU Brigade, and' during the performance Hatteras mcunttd a b x and made a funeral oration. He crit? icized the President and .Hanno seveie ly, asserting that t'hey had. by their failure to call upon Spain to at once cease hostilities in. Cuba, dishonored rhis country and the offices they hold. He was loudly cheered oe he made this statement and in order, he explained, to emphusizc bis disgust at the manner in which the Spanish question has been dealt with, be jerked a pistol from his pocket and opented up a tusilad...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 1 April 1898

ftssoGiat'e? Press VOL III, NO. 74. NEWPOTT NEWS, VA? ERIDAY, APRIL 1, 1898 CIRCULATION. ODTni? SINGLE COPY, TWO CENTS r KIvjlL ONE WEEK -TEN CENTS WAR INEVITA Spam Makes ReDiu to More Delay Requested and Much Evasion Manifested. COUNTER PROPOSITION OFFERED. Reply to Be Considered by the Cabinet This Morning. WILL PRESIDENT flfcKENLEf STAND FIRM? Probably an Ultimatum Will Be Sent to Sagasta Requiring Specific Answer Within Twenty-Four Hours. In the Event of a Failure to Reply or a Rejection ol American Demands, Armed Int3rvention, Amounting.to a Declaration of War, Would Follow at Once. War with Spain is inevitable. There is but oae thing, that can prevent it and that is a complete back down on the part of the Spanish government. President McKinley will not be permitted to yield to a compromise, even if ho is disposed to do so. Spain's reply to our ^gjjHftmT for the immediate cessa? tion of hostilities in Cuba has been received in Washing? ton. It is unsatisfactory, and nothing now...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 1 April 1898

Wh* Sails Pres?. C E. THACKBR, Ed! tor and [Manager. published evert MORNING except monday. BY THE Daily Press flgionipatiy, LIMIT?! POSTc/ffice buildlno. subscriptions. ?Daily, twelve months.M Oaily, six months.J ? Dally, one month . ?? "rvally, one week . 1 All business, news letters or tele graphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS. IELEPHONE CALL.SSM Important to Advertisers. Parties other than those having ledger accounts with this paper, civic societies and military organizations, are required to pay for 'ransient advertisements In advance. An increase of BO per cent ?will be changed for transient advertise? ments not paid for In advance, and no transient advertisement will be booked for less space than one Inch. To lllus Nsate: one half inch is 25 cents, one inch ? cents for one time, when paid in ad? vance; but ther will be 75 cents If charged. Transient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, ?hich applies In all coses, irrespective ?f financial res...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 1 April 1898

2610 Our Milinery Open ing continues today and tomorrow. Special Milinery Offer? ings. Lot of all silk Moire Taffeta Kibbons, 4 in? ches wide, in ail pop? ular shades, including those which are scarce A quality which sells for 25c everywhere; special price 19c. Lot of 4h inch all silk Taffeta Moire Kibbons, also the new plaids, stripe and check Taffeta in tur? quoise blue, burnt or? ange, cerise and all the new shades. This quality usually sells for 39c; opening price 25c. Marabow Chif on?in all shades for trimming hats ?at the lowest price ever named per yard ; opening price 12h cents. Lot of flowers for hat trimming, em? bracing roses, large bunches of violets and foliage; opening price 10 cents. Bunch of pretty violets for 1 cent. Lot of short back sailors and black hats in all shapes and styles. Shall go at the extraordinary opening price 39 cents Lot of untrimmed hats hi all colors and black, in mixed and fancy straws. The most stylish shapes. Shall go at the open? ing price 18...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 1 April 1898

THE D?Yl^CONGRESS Passionate Outburst of Ora? tory in the House CHEERS, JEERS, HISSES. Mr. Johnson, of Indiana, A routes tli?> Members and the Crowds In t he Ualleriea to the Fever Pitch <.r Kxeltctiicut. (By Telegraph.) WASHINGTON, 'March 31.?For three hours today the packed gaKeries and exerted members x>t the House listene* to a passionate outburst ot orator] on the Cuban question, during which the intensity ?f feeling was alternate! y ?nan'..:?s-.d by riheers, jeers and bist; J iiif and again the excited throngs I m ti.-ie gvi.-ierte* w..-re admonished to be! siicnt. At one fi-me. at least, it seemed as .it a m.it.ion would .be made to clear them. Tiie three speeches which stirred the assemblage to iti? depths were | anode by Mr. Grosvenor, of Ohio, wlho it was assumed, spoke for the admin- ! ?Je-t ration, and who practically pledged ii to tihe cause of free Cuba, Mr. Bailey, of Texas, the Democratic Header. Who announced the "Democratic posation as ?for Cuba wfrfroot w...

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 April 1898

Associated Cress $ LARGEST 4 w -t/ -Y *r Dispatches. GIROUL.ATION. VOL III, NO. 75. NEWPORT NEWS, VA.. SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1898. OI>TriYP SINGLE COPY,TWO CENTS r ttlVjlL ONE WEEK -TEN CENTS CHANGES AT THE YARD General Superintendent Som? mers N. Smith Resipns. TO GO TO PHILADELPHIA He-WIU lie Succeeded by Mayor W. A. Tost. Air. G. i:. Clurk, Superintendent of Construction, May AIho l.favc. S." Mr. Soinnwu N. Siiiruh has r-t v-iign'-d an gene.mll suiHjiritnHenvluivt of the NVw News Sh'ipbu-i'id?.'iig uind Dry Dock Company. The resignuiUoni was ?ten? dered to President C. Li. Orcutt yes teiday morniing t? take effect at once, and rjt watj ao.cipUAl. Thxftie wus no fJiciLlom Wwlt brought about the nesigwatloru Mr. 'm>th had coiutentiplaitpl l^soVeii-ng h.is eou'nevt'io.i wi tih the 4"^l>any far some time! .n Hixlhx that he might devote h-ls ti'jihe bo n. private or.uerpt ii-ie he owns Lid tie ?North. In -February last he tendered duita resignation to President Oroult, bint (the...

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 April 1898

Vit* iOrtUij i*r***. C. E TIIAJCKER, Editor and (Manager. 7 the ACs " LH? PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE On Hi] Pres? ?Eompnity, CIMIttO POST^FFICE BUILDING. SUBSCRIPTIONS. DaJly. twelve months . Daily, six months.I pally, one month . < "rally, one week . 1 All buslneas, news letters or tele graphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESB. .?4 . S .TELEPHONE CALL ..-.-j^.-J"^14 import in it to AdvortlHont. Parties other than those having ledger accounts with this paper, civic societies and military organizations, are required to pay for transient advertisements Id advance. A.n Increase of 60 per cent will bo chaiged for transient advertise? ments not pold for In advance, and no transient advertisement will be booked for lees space than one Inch. To lilus Hate: one half inch Is 2G cents, one Inch B cents for one time, when paid In ad? vance; but iher will be 75 cents if charged. Transient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, which applies in al...

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 April 1898

Our Milinery Open' ing continues today and ' j tomorrow. Special Milinery Offer? ings. Lot of all silk Moire Taffeta Ribbons, 4 in? ches wide, in ail pop? ular shades, including tlx se which are scarce A quality which sells for 25e everywhere; special price 19c. Lot of 4h inch all silk Talle tii Mc.ire Kibbons, also the new plaids, stripe and check Taffeta in tur? quoise blue, burnt or? ange, cerise and all the new shades. This quality usually sells for 39c; opening price 25c. Marabow Ohif on?in all shades for trimming h a t 3 ?at the lowest price ever named per yard ; opening price V2h cents. Lot of (lowers for hat trimming, em? bracing roses, large bunches of violets and foliage ; opening price 10 cents. Bunch of pretty violets for 1 cent. Lot of short back sailors and black hats in all shapes and styles. Shall go at the extraordinary opening price 539 cents Lot of untrimmed hats in all colors and black, in mixed and fancy straws. The most stvlish shapes. Shall go at the open? ing...

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 April 1898

C0ND1T10HJQF TRADE' Quieter Business and Smaller Distribution. LIGHTER WHEAT EXPORTS F?llurc? for tilt Week In Hi- Unlttd Slate* mill Canudu. AtlVKIlCC In the Knien fur .Money. Speculators Com? pelled to t.lt|iil?liitv. (By Telegraph.) NEW YORK, Apnl 1.?Bradstreet's tomorrow wtiSI say: "A week t(?f iMt'her fiuletor general made and of ?maller distribution, due to easily explainable causes, c!<.s<.-k a quarter which his been eminently ?it ififKi!t?iory 'to nearly ?'W branches of trade and productive of unprecedented business in many fUwred lines. The heavy foreign demand for our products, particularly agricultural staples, and Wie active domestic movement in most lines .ire evidenced by tlie heavily In? creased Ibaink clearings reported for the quarter, and the effect on the conn imerekil morUWky is favorably reilected In a 'total, fin- the tlrw: thive months of IS'.iS. of failures and liabilities involved, smiiilcr Wian In the corresponding pe? riod of four years past. Current...

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 April 1898

Z G VOL III, NO.,76. NEWPORT NEWS, VA.. SUNDAY, APRIL 3, 181)8. 0 \y TO XT SINGLE COPY, TWO CENTS 1 IViV^H. ONE WEEK -TEN CENTS . RELIGIOUS CONGRESS ? _* REMARKABLE STRUCTURE PLANNED FOR THE PARIS EXPOSITICN. It la Intended to Krect There a Superb Rutldlng In Which Interesting Services Will Be Held During the I'rogresK of the Fair?Outline Of the Scheme. The crowning scheme to make the Paris exposition of 1900 the most won? derful that the world has ever seen is now being urged upon the attention of religious people ail over the world. The proposition is to hold In connec? tion with the exposition a great con? gress of religions, and the plans for the building in which the congress is to bo held provide for a structure that will be one of the wonders of the world. The scheme originated with M. Au? guste Delalgno, a well-known litera teur, and Abbe Joseph Crestey, of the Church of SL Jean de Uelleville, Par Ib. M. Delaigne visited most of the European cities of importance and made a t...

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 April 1898

gjlHjigSfSSi1111 fx CAUGHT IN A HOLE. On n night in February, ns I Fat Into nt! ' iaiy desk, there cnlled upon nie n wnrder from the Stnngewnys jnll nt Manchester, . telling ino thnt tho man who wns convict? ed for stealing iny money would be lil>er uted tho following day, and If I cared to | mako It wortli Ms while ho would have a Watch sot upon tho prisoner with n view .' to recovering the treasure should he, as (-; wns suspected, have it ill concealed. I accepted his proposal, and soon nftci midnight was on my way Iwick to Man? chester with tho prison warder. . . He told mo that lie did not propose him ffisolt to do tho watching, but that it would ' bo done by a man who had nt ono time . . boon n warder of the jail, but had left tho plnco some years ago. From this man 1 learned thnt tho ticket of lcavo man had taken up his place uf > abode in n northern suburb of tho city, nnd arrangements hud been made by which i ho (tho cx warder) would be Informed of nil his movements. T...

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 April 1898

.. -^5??*Cr?^3*?'"4* f . But come at once and secure some of the gigantic bargains we are offering this week. To introduce our Elaborate soring siogk "which, is excelled by none," we will make the following conces? sions : Shoes. Ladies' Vici Kid Tan Lace Shoes, all the latest sty If 9, regular price $2, will go at $1.25. Ladies' genuine dongela. patent leather and dorigola tip, very soft and flexible, in lace and button, regular price $2, will go at $1.25. Ladies' imported vici kid, hand turned, in tan and black, regular price $.*>, will go at $1.98. Children's tan shoes, all solid leather, regu? lar price 75 cents, will go at -18 cents. Children's genuine goat tan ? hoes, in lace or button, regular price $1.25, will go at 75 cents, Misses' tan vici kid, in button and lace, reg? ular price $1.50, will go at 98 cents. Men's satin calf, solid letther, lace shoes, regular price $1.50, will go at 1)5 cents. Men's tan Russia lace shoes, all the latest toes, regular price $2.25, will ...

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 April 1898

PAT MAQEE. Wnlkln' wid Pat Mag?e, Down by the Tullagh bog, "Mind where ye're settln' yore Bthcps," says he, "Lest yez put ycr foot on a frog. Frogs is the divil," eayB he. "I'm thlnkin", he says, says he, "Av I carried yez over to yondher wall The sorry a frog we'd see." Stttin' wid Pat Mngoe A-top of a loose-built wall, "It's unaisy I am in my mind," says he "Dhrendin' the stones might fall. .Stones is the ilivii to slip. I'm thinkin'," he says, says he, "Av I gave ycr waist a bit of u clip The sorry a fear therc'd be." Talkin* wid Pat Magee, Wid tho arm av him round me waist An' the rod sun sinkin', "Agrah," says he, "Will yez let me shpake to the praste? Delays is the divil's delight. An" I'm thinkin'," he says, says he. "Av the two of us settle this matther to-night, 'Tis married next week we'd be." ? Lena Gyles In Temple Par. A STRANGE PJM )\>0SAL Miss Ruth Ctllherson bought her dic? tionary at a fire sale. It was unabridg? ed and contained 80,000 words printed on 12S1 pages...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 5 April 1898

^ ? " ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ l^*^^ VQLl}^ NO. 77. NEWPQTONEWSTvg TUESDAY, APRIL .^1898. PRICE'o^I^eT^?^^ lim FOR ACTION Fi/niture . and Persona! Ef? fects Sent Ashore, WAR WILL NOT LAST LONG TWo Officers In th? Flying' Squadron Ki prf-ftn Opluious iiiiii Iloth Thtuk tlio Morro Castle Will Be the First, l'laco Attacked. IWt?r fever wtu? mot quite ?> high in 1'tiie ciiuy yesterday. Hi dropped a few mooches, as there n-as very lliilfotl'e stairt Ktiig mews iftwm Waislh'iingtoin. iPresLdeint IMjttK'in'ley's message to Con-greet. 5? amx toustly awaited, for on it hinges tine result to -ai large degree, amid utntiil uhe ooouimwnt is metiv putoTdic t'he question of ?wtax or peace wtoi remain tun unis?lved problem. The giwemaU opinion ?b. how? ever, .that there wifl be \rar. ?fciil'l luhere ar? people win, entertain the toe-Hef that alt *hie lagt urootiwinit Spaliti wMI back dawn, but unllest- Sjwiiin "scrawlis" there wiiH toe ? "saralp." CNo <K?pUiu.*i (has bv-iiW re<s-1ired ifn...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 5 April 1898

PUBLISHED EVERT MORNINO EXCEPT MONDAY. BT THE Wail? S*r*s* ?ampang, POSTcFFlCE BUILDING. SUBSCRIPTIONS Dafly, twelve months.W Jl Oaily, six months.S 05 Dally, one month. J? ^a?y, one week .???? 1 AU business, news letter* or tale JraDhle dispatches should be addreaeed DAILY PRES98 XEDEPHONE CALL._.?M Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Contractors are not allowed to exceed their epace or advertise other than their llgitlmate business, except by paving especially for the same. Ad? vertisement discontinued before the expiration of contract will be charged tor at transient rates for the time In? serted. The Dally Press may be obtained every morning at the following: place?: Crosjley Bros.. Washington avenue. J. A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's. No. 7 Ivy avemws. J. N. Lawrence's, 211 Twenty-eorsntlj street. TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1S9S. A GTCEAT PEACE ADVOCATE. Mr. 'George T. Angeld, president' of ddte American; Humane Education Soci? ety, has sen...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 5 April 1898

INDECISION TTas robbed mswjiy a man of valuable property. While be is deciding wihaut to dV), some poorer but more far-sighted man1 snaps up opportunities in tended for him. !Let the -past toe a lesson. Ev oryitlhins hasn't 'gone. Some specially good things just 'now cue: Unimproved Lots. Resident Lot IVery desirable lUt on Thirty-third istreet near Washington avenue, $825 Business Lot Corner One of the best business stands in the city on Washington avon'ue. $3 500 Corner Lot. Corner Twenty-e Warwick avenoie. ighth etr $1,200 Improved Property. An 18 Room Dwelling. Three stories Just completeo, situaited on Twenty-fifth street between War? wick anki 'Jefferson avenues. The propoeed bridge across the C. & O. rail? road -tracks will giMatly improve the value of 'this prO'perty. 'Rents for $45.00 a month. $1,700 6 Room Residence. Situated on Twenty-eighth street be? tween t^hestnut uEnd Koanoke avenu,.-s. ?A bargain at _ $850 Terms?J150 casli and $9.00 a. month. Some very Qitundsom...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 5 April 1898

Anniversary of the Fall of the Capital. NEGROES ON WAR PATH Member* of tlie Lincoln Club, Retumluic from One Funeral, 1'rovUlo for Aubtlmr. lu.luntrlal Amucta ion to bo Organlzeu, (Special to <3*e Daily Piess.) lUCli'viU-ND, VA? April 4.?Thirty v. i'-s ago veste-rduy occurred tne la 1 01' 'i?rtm??. Thai is an historic factV Xes-erday there was another Ivent ..tar/wa,^,^^ high sense f their deliverer, the To*Show their loyalty and high sense of appreciu' Xan^: t n'iz.d* th " ?teCluU Tue usual objects, aims and purposes were enumerated in Lheir ourmBfcwuwa and bv-ta-wv. The ptHnicipail fealtara-e ot one organization fe the burial of deceased oret?iren with great lonip and' ceie TnW Sunday funeral is the oik- thing dear to the society?funeral. The Lin? coln Ol-ub had a funerallou the ttntver Bin- ol the fail of UiChmond. lomor aow they will hove another, probabb i BAVO. . ,. , ? The Lincoln Club, as stated above. iVicii-i betla nut io bury a tuecOfeea , .u V -rn. v were coming bock,...

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