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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 May 1898

jgXTRA EDITION YOLJII, NO. 100. " NEWPORT NEWS, VA.. ?I?XD?Y EXTRA EDITIQ MAY 2, 1898. PRTniT SINGLE COPY, TWO CEN r niV^lL ONE WEEK -TEN CENTS Beautiful Weather and Peaceful Conditions at Old Point. CLAIMS IE IS A CUBAN Stranger in the City Excits Suspicion. HAS THE SPANISH ACCENT SSailtoryAatJioritles 'Will luveetlgato the i j i Case This morning. Spy Lurking In the Vicinity of the Shipyard. Watch Dien on the Look? out ' for Him. ' OLD POINT COMFORT, VA., May 1.?On board the 'flagship Brooklyn, otf Fort Monroe.-?May day on the war? ships of ^'the' flying squadron fount! beautiful weather and peaceful condi? tions at Old Point, although about ? Hampton Roads evidences were seen of warlike preparations. The work of .laying mines and tor? pedoes in the'harbor continued all day tn charge of the army engineer corps, acting under Colonel Frank. It is certain-that the plans have been made and laid for the squadron's work, but ho.specific orders are here. The squadron is'in perfect and ve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 May 1898

''d a 'JHACE3K, IMiOT aa? Manag?-. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE Saflg S*re*? ?eropang, POSTUFFICE BUILDING. SUBSCRIPTIONS. 3J?Hy. twelve months.(4 ?ally, als months.% . pally, one month . { WaOy, one week . I All business, lews letters or tele graphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS. 'JTOLISPHONE CALL.?514 Tb? Dally Press may be obtained every morning at the following places: Oroasley Bros.. Washington avenue. Z. A- Cory, Acre. -' _Cb?MSSeMe ? Ohio Restaurant. -c**2a*rlea Roblncnn'a. No. 7 Ivy avenue. " 1. N. Lawrence'*" ?II Twenty-seventh Impurtaat to AUvertlners. 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 SO per cent vlS be charged for transient advertise? ments not paid for In advance, and no transient advertisement will be booked for leas apace than one inch. To lilus iMt*: one half inch is 26 cents, one inch M ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 May 1898

HAMPTO Kins? Street, Bear Queen, opposite the j ? : Hew postofflco All news' letters for publication in this department should be addressed 1 to Daily- Press Bureau. Hampton. ' ;The Dally Press will be found for | sale-every morning at the following; places: ? Hampton?Postoffice news stand, Colbert's book store, and at the King street office. OM Polint?(Batlieh*? stationery and | hook store, Hygeia Hotel and Oham berltn Hotel. ? Sherwood Hotel. MONDAY, MAY 2, 1S9S. Three Women Talked Span? ish in a Shoe Store. ODD FELLOWS CELEBRATE JLarsre Congregatioua nud .Good Sermon? { at tbo Churches Yenterday Mum lue. Other .Mutters of lutereKt. Perhaps enough nonsense concern? ing the discovery of spies in this cuun try has been written since the cum- I mencement ot the Spanish-American | war to make a volume u? a thousand j?ggiCTSat ? notwithstanding the fact I tba^nearly ail..of those alleged to be: secret ageiits of our Castlllan enemies | " haye turned out to be harmless folk, w|io would ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 May 1898

(Continued from Pirat Page.) so Wood thirsty ?with the helpless and bo cowardly when met toy an armed Joe. Was the band playing on the sta<nd around the statue of the Great Isa beHe? Probably not. Even these mer? curial people would scarcely be in musi? cal mood when a short walk to the shore would show them the "pillars of by ni?ht." made by the searchlights .Cf tbe blockade re. Of course, the prin c?pad cafes were crowded. Officers and the better class of civilians .were sure 8y congregated there in great numbers, drinking their light wines or a ?mall arises of absinthe?they are mot given to drunkenness?and talking fifteen to the dozen while hands and arms ?waved wildly and shoulders were per? petually in action. ?A recent letter to the writer, smug? gled out toy a friend in Havana, said ?The big Hotel Inglaterra bad two guests, iMr. Gollau. British consul, and 9> Madrid gambler, but the pat? ronage of tbe cafe was on the in? crease. These people are gregario...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 May 1898

I Press 1 DiSDaiGll?S. PRTP1TT SINGLE COPY, TWO CEN I A.\.AVJXL< ONE WEEK -TEN CENTS They Glory in the Victory at Manila. FROM 8?W Id BEI! One Commodore Congratu? lates the Other. PATROL FLEET MAY COME Auxiliary Sc;imdrun KxpeeUd to Mobllze 111 Hampton Koacln. Baucroft Arrive* and Sails, Uravo 1? Not a Spy. Bat a Native of Cuba and Will Work Here. ON ZT BOARD THE FLAGSHIP BROOKLYN, OFF FORT MONROE. VA., May 2.?When the newspaper containing- the Associated Press dis? patches of Dewey's victory readied the fleet this morning there was great excitement. Officers and men went at -the routine work with enthusiasm. Knots of those off duty discussed the meagre details and very nearly every? body said: "I told you so." Commodore Schley refused to dis? cuss the matter except to say, "It is what was to be expected from Dew ey." None of the officers of the squad? ron put any faith in the alleged move? ment to Porto Rico of the Spanish squadron from the Cape Verde Is? lands! They say...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 May 1898

^ft* Bails C B. TSAEKBR, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHF.D EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BT THE Baiig SIt*? Company, POSTcFFTCE BUILDING. SUBSCRIPT JONS. JTM?y, twelve months.$4 ?>&iiy, six months.$ Pai'F. one month . ?' feafiy, one week . 1 All business, sews letters or tele graphic dtepatche* should be addressed DAILY PRESS. nSLBPHONE CALL.S5U The Dally Press may be obtsima? ?vwy morning at the following places: Ooaeley Bros.. Washington avenue. i. A. Gory, Acre.., Chesapeake 4. Ohio Restaurant. Sharles Sscoolnaon'ai. No. 7 Ivy avenue. ^^^^*r*Xjawrenc?>. au. Twenty-seventh ?tatsred at the Postofflce of Newp ? News. Vs.. as second-class mattei TUESDAY, MAY 2. 1S9S. SETTLE THE AFFAIR AT ONCE. If the Spanish-American war is pro? longed to the length some persons are ?inclined to believe it will reach, there is more or less dianger that other na? tions will get mixed up in the affair. France and lAustria are already show? ing an inclination to side with ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 May 1898

?I ? ? B?ivs: tust, received 9 aS'W!' S s ' ' * ??? ? * vit 'second shipment of ttefe /rTBDIGHTFUL foun? tain beverage "s. k." present your tickets at my fountain and get a glass. 7 you W3LL dike it. i introduced it here ajnd know how to serve it. don't forget, bring me your tickets. they' are worth 5 cts. to you ?nd 5 cents to me. Wn. G. Burgess, Warwick Phar ma cy Phone 2C9?. Sale of en's Shoes. We will place on sale this morning two hundred and fifty pairs Men's calf Shoes in black and russet at the low price of the pair." Formerly sold, for $4.00. $3.00! $2.50. The choice for I the early bird. Also offer as a flyer 25 dozen 75-cent Ma? dras Shirts with se? parate cuffs for 4S| cents;, AH sizes from 14 up;tb 16 1-2. The Reliable Clothier. Shoer ana i Matter. NEW DANK ATJQNAL DuiLDING IWhen Visiting Phoebus Gall at f PHOEBUS Ml i 2 Ladles and Gents dining; parlor, fi B Meals at all hours, also lodging. ? 5 Wines, 'Liquors and Cigars. S ITfiOS. ft. DOUTflTy, I 5 PROPRIETOR * ft For...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 May 1898

MX Will Move in a Few! Days. ITHE TROOPS MOBILIZING! A. Farce of 7,000 Men Already Concentrated | - ??t Tampa. Tea Transport? to He t?.f-.> Ready by Friday. The Com. oiHu?ltiK Ofticem. (By Telegraph.) mm. TAMPA. FLA.. May 2?Brigadier ^?Generals J. F. Wade and J. R. Shnfter [ ^-received telegrams from Washington , M tonight informing them that the I'res 5?Y;Jdent would tomorrow send in their | ? names as major generals of volun pfteers. Both will, however, it is said, j ^accompany the United States troops sir-'to Cuba. f>- It is the general belief In army cir StS'ieilw tonight that the command of tl ^ expedition will devolve on Gener 5 Shafter, with General Wade in com jfc'mand of the First Division and Gener | al Copplnger of the Second. It is be *: 'lieved that General Copplnger will be 1 hero by Wednesday. Brigade formations of the troops as v sembled here were completed today by ^ General Shatter. Three brigades of in ?fc.fantry are formed. The First Brigade...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 4 May 1898

LARGEST f CIRCULATION. 2 VOL III, NO. 102. Press DlSDaiG&es NEWPORT KEWsTv a7 wKf l) \ v MAY 4, 1893; OUTPC single copy, two cen 1 tvAV^xL one week-ten cents recently '? uw \hH '>'*>rning on " <-"i- I ne gun-, ?it was announced v sone to ah,., blockade ii the Norfolk in Cruiser Colum&ia Joins Com I's Fleet PLYING following The squad! ?Col.J Times: sQCJADir? poem on "?ii from i!., flying Denver >n topple She Will Be Attached to the Flying Squadron. GUARDS AT THE SHIPYARD When the Spanish ,mi When they^V't? 8lnoke' strip themselve;: 'fo When Hi, tlon A'id tl) Vou stare. Squadron A Sharp JLookouc Will be K?. cl?ui-tookfnjf Foreigner.. Naval RcnarvB In I't for Sutlpl Michigan ?pect the Yoiie ?ulte. Old .'Confed.- Want. *o be a Courier. r nn "i bet the FIyi ?And its Ilglitera Will Be There. When tlie woe of war-? ?. When deslrover? Vi! . us' When Morrti CnJti "'""S" ?'c sea. wnen the Mash and name of battle Souther BRIEF...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 4 May 1898

& JB. THAESCBR, EM! tor ?ad (U&asear. POBUaHBD EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BT THE POSToiFITCE BtTILDINO. SUBSCRIPTIONS. 9*07, twelve moaOs.?4 Sally, alz months.j /k Pally, one month .?. -ffcofiy, oao weii. 1 All business, sews letters or tele graphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS. rsLBPHONE CALL.m Parties other than those having ledger accounts with this paper, civic societies and military organisations, are required to mr far transient advertisements tn advance. An Increase of SO per cent charged for transient advertlse snenta not paid for Id advance, and no transient advertisement will be booked SPf less space than one Inch. To Ulus J??: one half Inch Is 28 cents, one inch B cents for one time, when paid In *d rtwee; but ther will be 75 cents if charged. Transient advertise? will ?are money by remembering this notice, VbMn applies In all oases, irrespective ?t financial responsiblltty. Dally Press may be obtained ?rrwy morelrig at the followin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 4 May 1898

NWW??ORT NEWS A Eta. I HAJVE JUST received ACT SEOOND shipment of this delightful foun? tain beverage "s. k." present your tickets AT my fountain and ^ GET a glass. you will like it. I introduced it here and know how serve rr. don'T forget. me your tickets. they are worth 5 cts. to you and 5 cents to me. Win. G. Burgess, J Phar lufiov H . - ~?.f--?-?DMlag? FINANCE AND COMMERCE Market Quotations From the Leading Business Centers TO BRING We will place on sale this morning t.vvo hundred and fifty pairs /Hen's calf Shoes in black and russet at the low price of Get a Move on Yon If you expect to secure any of the rare bargains that we are .selling- our nobby Cloth? ing and Furnishings at. Our Easter sales have been very satisfactory and in ap? preciation thereof we have stuck the knife right into the prices of our spring suits and let them go at unheard of low prices. For a Special Offer We Sell ^ORK MONEY MARKET. X E>W -iORK. May 3.?Mor.el on e*.:i firm 21-2?-31-2 per cent.;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 4 May 1898

Council IngreasQs the Salary of the Police Force. CHIEF $90, REGULARS$60 Flaanee Committee MBk, an E.tlm.te or Ihe Fund* to be Appropriated to the Different fepartnirotn for tne Next Fiscal Year. princes n,Y*??^itt,le b"sin'ess *as transacted by the Common Council! at the regular semi-monthly meeting,last night After considerable discussion the council voU ed to increase the salary of the police force giving the chief and sergeant each *1S and the patrolmen each *10 more per month. This ordinance wa< fought by Messrs. Lenz and Wilkie who were in favor of increasing the salary of the patrolmen, hut again" ^2?Bt^* inoreases allotted to the thief. They -were outvoted ,J*|:- J-'P-jDoherty. one of the members from the Seventh Ward, was the onlv absentee, and he was detained on ac yard' ^ rUS'h W<>rk at the ship" There was no communication from the mayor and the solons settled down to business as soon as the minutes o, the previous meeting were read und ap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 5 May 1898

VOL III, N?Tl?S. NEWPORT NEVVSrVA."", TIL ? RSDA Y, MAY 5^ P RICE ^^^^^^^p Flying Squadron Likely to Put j to Sea at Any Moment, THE on AND mm Auxiliary Cruisers Will Leave j the Shipyard. WILL MOUNT GUNS TODAY Workmen Now I'uttiuj; rhu Fiiilnhl Tououes ou the Wiii-ships. Wealthy Sruiucu -\nioii" tin- Mlc-lilgau Naval Reserven, fleet to CJu-.iru the Bay. OLD POI NT COMPORT, ViA Mav 4 ?(ON BOARD THE FLAGSHIP, BROOKLYN. OFF FORT MONROE)! ?It is the general expectation here that ' the flying squadron will go to sea 'within twenty-four 'hours'; or as soon as th? cruder New Orleans arrives 'Commodore Schley 'h.is b'-en notified that the cruiser Cilutnbia lias been de? tached from the squadron, and that the New Orleans will take her place So far as fighting ability is concerned, the New Orleans is superior to the Co- I lumbla, be-ing more 'heavily armed und without so imidr 'free boarl and upper works to act as a target. The squadron-as now constituted will con? sist of the Massachusetts,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 5 May 1898

j?, 9, tCHACKER, Edltor and Managet. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Mmiiu Press Centjians, . POSTOFFICE BUILDING. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Dally, twelve months . J4.00 Dally, six months . 2.00 Dally, one month .40 Dally, one week.10 All business, news letters or tele? graphic dispatches should be address? ed DAILY PRESS. BELL 'PHONE . 2514. CITIZENS' 'PHONE . 14. Entered at the Postoffioe of Newport Sews, Va, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, MAY 5. 1898. PENNSYLVANIA POLITICS. The iNew York 'Mall and .Express of a recent date contains the following paragraph In reference to political con? ditions in the Keystone State: The Tnain proposition advanced toy Wayne iMac-Veagh in a recent speech is that the political condi? tions in Pennsylvania have reached a point where "they represent, (purely and simply, government hy ibribecy and corruption." That is a sweeping and shocking statement to make, but Mr.'MacfVeagh declares that everybody 'knows its truth; (that everybody knows it's t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 5 May 1898

I HAVE JUST RECEIVED MY SECOND SHIPMENT OF THIS DELIGHTFUL FOUN? TAIN BEVERAGE "S. K." . PRESENT YOUR TICKETS AT MY FOUNTAIN AND S GET A GLASS. YOU "WLLL LIKE IT. I INTRODUCED IT HERE AND " KNOW HOW TO SERVE IT. DON'T FORGET. BRING ME YOUR TICKETS. THEY ARE WORTH 5 CTS. TO YOU AND 5 CENTS TO Im. G. Bnrgess Sale of en's Shoes, We will place on sale this morning two hundred and fifty pairs A\en's calf Shoes i in black and russet at the low price of $1.4 the pair. formerly sold for S4.00. S3.00 $2.50. The choice for the early bird. Also offer as a flyer | 25 dozen 75-cent /Ma? dras Shirts with se? parate cuffs for 4S cents. All sizes from 14 up to 16 1-2. The Reliable Clothier, Shoer ana llatter. NEW DANK ATTONAL OUILDING ?********? 1 When Visitlno Phoebus Gall at I S Ladles and Genta dining" parlor. S 3 Meals at all hours, also lodging. ? S Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 5 i TflOS. ft. DOUTHTY, t ? PROPRIETOR 5 5Formerly proprietor of RailroaJ B House, Newport News. Your E patronage solic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 5 May 1898

His Nomination Confirmed by the Senate. OTHER APPOINTMENTS Colonel Eoyal T. Frank, Commandant at Fort Monroe, Named by the r resi? dent to be Brigadier General. (By Telegraph.) ?WASHINGTON, May 4.?The Presi? dent today sent these nominations to the Senate: To be major generals: Brigadier General Joseph C. Breckin ridge, inspector general. U. S A.; Brigadier General Elweli S. Otis, U. S. A.; Brigadier General John J. Cop pinger, Brigadier General \Villianj>_K. Shatter, Brigadier General William "M. Graham, Brigadier General James F. Wade, Brigadier General Henry C. Merriam: James H. Wilson, Delaware; Fitzhugh Lee, Virginia; William J. ? SeWell, New Jersey; Joseph Wheeler. Alabama. Colonels to be brigadier generals? Thomas M. Anderson, Fourteenth in? fantry; Charles E. Compton, Fourth cavalry; Abraham K. Arnold. First cavalry; John S. Poland, Seventeenth infantry; John C. Bates, Second in? fantry; Andrew S. Burt, Twenty-fifth Infantry; Simon Snyder, Nineteenth infantry; Ham...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 6 May 1898

- LARGEST * * CIRCULATION. % 1 Associated 1 Press VOL III, NO. 104. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., FRIDAY, MAY (5, 181)8. PRTP.TT SINGLE COPY.TWQ CEN t IVAV-VXLi ONE WEEK -TEN CENTS nnin Two Batteries of Artillery Ordered Here. VOLUNTEERS FROM PETTSBURG Men Wi!l Camp Above the Company's Works. NICTHEROY'S NEW NAME The Cruiser ISought from Hru7.lt to lie Known a* tl>o ISufTalo. What Will be Dono Willi tlio.l'lant Line Steamer L.a Grande JJucheHSe? The War Department has been brought to a realization of the fact that there is urgent need of ample protection for the government proper? ty in Newport News, in the shape of the battleships now building and the vessels being converted into lighting engines at the Newport News Ship? building and Dry Dock Company's yard. The officials of the shipyard were of? ficially notified yesterday by Brigadier General Royal T. Frank, commandant of .Fort Monroe, that there would be stationed In this city two batteries of field artillery far the protection...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 6 May 1898

^^CKER/EaU?P and Managet ?WTPTJBLISHED EVERY MORNING 1- . EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Bails IPre-ss Camping, POSTOFFICE BUILDINO. Parties other than those having ledg ;er accounts with this paper, civic eo [ cleties and military organizations, are Ej required to pay for transient adver li'tlsements In advance. An increase of ?? 60 per cent, will be charged for tran I ? Blent advertisements not paid for in I' advance and no transient advestlse E.'. meist will be booked for less space t; than one Inch. To illustrate: one-half ?;. Inch is 25 cents, one Inch 50 cents foi gStsne time, when paid In advance: but ^ they will be "5 cents If charged. Tran Pftilent advertisers will save money by V- remembering this notice, which applies ?\ in all cases, irrespective of financial p?3iesponsib!llty. The Dally Press may be obtained 5'every morning at the following place: iJ; Crossley Bros., Washington avenues. SO" .J- A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. - ? ? Charles Robinson, No. 7...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 6 May 1898

I HAVE JUST RECEIVED MY SECOND SHIPMENT OF THIS DELIGHTFUL, FOUN? TAIN BEVERAGE "S. K." PRESENT TOUR TICICETS AT MY FOUNTAIN AND GET A GLASS. . YOU WILL LIKE IT. 1 INTRODUCED IT HERE AINTD KNOW HOW TO SERVE IT. DON'T FORGET, BRING ME TOUR TICKETS. THEY ARB WORTH 5 CTS. TO TOU AND 5 CENTS TO ME. Wm, 6. Burgess, Phar inncy Phone 2B9?. en's Shoes. We will place on sale this morning two hundred and fifty pairs Men's calf Shoes | in black and russet at! the low price of 31.48 the pair. Formerly sold for $4.00. S3.00I $2.50. The choice for the early bird. Also offer as a flyer 25 dozen 75-cent Ma? dras Shirts with se? parate cuffs for 48 cents. All sizes from 14 up to 16 1-2. The Reliable Clothier. Shoer ana Matter. NEW DANK ATIONAL OUILDING When Visiting Phoebus Gall at | PHOEBUS GAFE, j ladles and Gents dining parlor, fi Meals at all hours, also lodging. SL Wines, Liquors and Cigars. # TttQS. fl. DOUTfiTY, I . PROPRIETOR. 8 Formerly proprietor of RaJlroai ? House, Newport News. Your 2 p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 6 May 1898

Heads of the Southern M. E. Church Meet in Baltimore. JOHNC. KEENER RETIRES After a Service Extending Orer a Hulf Century Be Ask* to Be Relieved, tienerat Statinen of the Church. V - ? _ (By Telegraph.) (BALTIMORE. May 5.?At the quadri ertnial session of the general conference of the Methodist Episcopal church. South, which begun this morning, the [features were the address of the Bish i toPS and the request of Bishop John C. Keener, of New Orleans, the senior bish? op, to be i relieved of his duties. Bishop Keener'called the conference to order. Opening exercises followed. The Rev. JDr. J. J. Tilgert, of Nashville, was elected secretary, and he appointed the following assistants: Gross Alexander, of Louisville: A F. Watkins, Mississip? pi; P. N. Barcus, Texas, and W. T. MoLure. of Missouri. The rules of the last conference were adopted. The fol Jowing were appointed pages: J. C. Hutchinson. E. W. Davidson. H. B. Whotling. C. W. Carre. Edward Stewart. Routine business was transacted...

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