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

,4s. yft. ?Ak LARGEST flmiated Press D!SDatGtI6S. YOL III, NO. 27. NEWPORT NEWS, VA.. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1898. PRICE ~.^^-^9PX.TWo CENTS ONE WEEK. TEN CENTS. That Amount Offered F, F. Finch for Ten Lots BY THE SCHOOL BOARD If the Proposition Ih Reject etl I.egul fc'trp?. May I?.- T?k<-n to lluve the Land X The g3!3 U.:-s been turned en. For ...v: ...I..- a history of ew e, .t News gas Hows through mains tu 11-;. _ . net-??_'..? .1 bu. i-.-.c fij 'houses, a v\. tutJK.l on ye*!ceirday af ar.iJc-n, .to] rest 'night Mae .Hum.aunt lazed from many Jets in houses miuj,'.:-. '.it tao city. 'I...:, wacs some ceremony attending ?e tu'-t ' n jf 'the gas. Prior to 4 i '-k dfierni on a t?, p;. .n was I r id i-.: u.u- President VV. J. Payne, rVCce-Piteident E A. r.uiin and General f. 'utt-vl SaimiueJ Regester, of RWhcnottd; Or. Darter Perklm?. Col ndl C. iM. Braxttm. .1. M. Curtis and other loaad dire -. Superintend nil VV. S. dSoe.e-n an.! Secret ary Vtanor B. Barclay. At 4 o'clock...

Publication Title: Daily Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 5 February 1898

fSTfl?! Baiig ^re^s E. THACKER. Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERT MORHITNG EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE BaiSn Press Company. POSToFFICE BUILDING. Entered at the PoStofllce tA Newport News, Va., oh second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. P3t}y, twelve montlw .$4 00 Oaily, six months. 2 00 Daily, one month . 40 Dally, one week . 10 All basinets, news letters or tele? graphic dispatches should bo addressed DAILY PlthldS. 1ELEPHONE CALL The Daily Press may be obtained every morning at the following places: Crossley Bros.. Washington avenue. J. A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's. No. 7 Ivy avenue. J. N. Lawrence's, 211 Twenty-seventh street. The Doily Press Is delivered by car? riers In Newport News, Hampton, and .Phoebus at 40c. per month. If the paper la not delivered regularly, please make complaint at the office of publi? cation. Advertising rotes furnished on appli? cation. Contractors are not allowed to exceed their ?pnce or advertise othei than thei...

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

?? J- Brown. C. B. ttoarjland, Law, GollBGtion & Real Estate, Offl-.e opposite Popular avenue, PHOEBUS, \//\., HAVE Lois on E?ss ond Liberal Teims from $10.00 to $500. liHoagland," West Hampton. 250 feet from railroad track,surrounded by four junction roads Money Loanea lor Building Purposes on th.j miwt liberal terms. Pinns and specifications furnished rrratuituoslv. Ad'dress Lock Pox 223, Hampton, Va. OYSTER MEN, SAVE YOUtt MONEY 15Y GOING TO JAMES Mil.I. N U All HAMPTON WI1AHK. KOlt MOUER'S TON? SHAFTS. PRICES TO SUIT. EVERV PAIR W" Alt RANTED WHO IS THAT ? He is the leading Dry Goods, Notions and Shoe dealer of Hampton. ?HIS CLERKS ARE AUW AYS BUSY. ?Why ? Because he is selling the b?st goods for the smallest profits in town. A visit to his famous store will convince you of the fact. ?WATCH A FEW OF HIS SPECIALS THIS WEEK. The lang", st and best assorted line of Hamburgs ever In Hampton. A beautiful line of Bleached and Un? bleached Table Damask, extra wide, for 25 c...

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

CONDITION OF TR?BE Cold Weaiher Exercises a Great influence. A DECREASE IN EXPORT! Satisfactory Hiniress ..I. Noinii! ?r?ndln-; Ail . r^c Weather ?Villi Special Activity !u Iron cml Sie.-I "Cnrk^ls. N ETW tuimrri" iniMuf dustrii The up .mu.rr Of siupie ?t'thern aind eafc :o haw f.-li Ohl most severely*. il>ri.in ->f busi-n. ? a a p In r< -ar..:! w lines, dvy g> un? -the mov??m ?.: Sn'.erfen d ? ,h. bi irjctn gr>mis efrtuial ? proved. In ..lhc m Wentral West I h ? IVerVOUSneSS as to itton aftecJts th. slightly lower lait held ait Chicago, i VAnceg In iiMn I) Western mills wl Fleel raills, bill.-..; ibe-foTe July L assi-ble over-produc 1? Bast, l)iu ?rmly :<.:h ?.k-o report's od s? wires and mails, no; agree to deliver rods on new orders 'UU.Mrtr "tiuyieis are doming int.. Sit. T;.iui> nv?re mi mo.no usly tlhai! usual at 'this d?lt"e. and the dlsrri ?-ibu'tion- of dry goods, 0 ? :s and shoes rind drug.- &...

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

Press DISDatGfiGS. VOL HT, ISO. 27. BLOW PROVES FATAL Ijjpe Locket Dies From the ?' Effects of a Wound, WAS HUGGING A WOMAN lieorgo stcevuri Binaries Vroiu 11 l>urk rtiiee uihI AmsuuIih Ulm. Au Operation Would Sluve Saved IUh Life. Eddie Locket, an ?x-convict an'l'no? torious crap shooter, who has figured in the police coin, died at tti::;o o'clock yesterday afternoon at his home on Ivy avenue, in B'lc.'od'?el i. from th? 1 fleets of an assault committed on him on the night of December ?l by another negro UKmcd George Stewart. On New Year's Ev. Loek.t, his assail? ant, Robert Stewart and several other hegrces eng'a-ged in a row in Jim Hop? kins' oar in Biood'tie'id. During the me? lee Kollert St wait 'was slashe? Wieb a razor. No one else was seriously hurt. Several hours later that night Locket was talking along the .street with .Mag? gie Turpin. a n gross of Sj.id repute. He had his arm around the woman. Just as the couple w ie passing a coekshotp keiU'by a negro nanrei...

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

&f\* Baiig Press c;. E. TH ACKER. Editor and Manager. PUBLISH ED EVERT MORNING EXCE1T MONDAY. BF THE Uailtt "Press Compaun, POSToFFICE BUILDING. Entered at the Postofilce of Newport News. Va., as seeotid-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. pafry, twelve months.?4 00 Daily, six months . 2 00 Dally, one month . 40 Dafly. one week . 10 AH business, news letters or tele? graphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS. JELEPIIONE CALL .?614 The Daily Press may he obtained every morning ut the following places: Crossley Bros.. Washington avenue. J. A. Cory, Acre. ..hesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's, No. 7 Ivy avenue. J. N. Lawrence's, 211 Twenty-seventh street. The Dolly Press la delivered by car? riers In Newport News, Hampton and Phoebus at 40c. per month. If the paper la not delivered regularly, please make complaint at the office of publi? cation. Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Contractors are not allowed to exceed their epace or adver...

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

J. F. ROWE, Nj. 10 Queen St,. Hampton, Va. We have finished inventory. The balance shows favor? able and is on the right side. Our new line Embroideries will be shown Monday. A big bargain, in remnants. A new, full and complete line of Mundell Shoes for children will go on sale Monday. Fifty styles New Silk SVaist Patterns just in. Call Monday. 75 cents buys a charming pair of Kid Gloves. The town talk is our immense business on shoes. We Avill show Monday a beauty at $1.09 a pair. The ladies who visited Norfolk last .week, \"*e are glad to say, returned and made their purchases from us. Come along, we ar.e always glad to see 3*011 at J. F. ROWE'S, 10 Queen St.? Hampton, Va Silverware Coupons are good. E. G# Darden. A cliance at any time to get the worth of your juoney. We '.loii't gi\re i.rize packages and then over charge for our goods. Our stock consists of Dress Goods, Millinery, Notions, Boots, SHoes, ?&o E. G. DARDEN, N. E. Cor. King and Queen Sts HAMFTON., VA. P. ...

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

FAIRS OF EUROPE England's Position in the Chinese Affair. WILLNOTRECEDE AN INCH United States Consul Day Applaud* Lord Salisbury's Doctrine or Fr. <? Trade in Chinn. Tin- Cavendish Expedition to Africa. fjOopyright. lsos. i lvUN DUN. I- !.. ?' little further r ? J gariing China until the ministei round on their c course o:' the de*? ?tlhe ad'dTess in rep's to i li? the- throne. The- wh le Ta-Dien-'Wan lie-ma .-.I-'.d that T-t-Li-.-n-AW a treaty port. Jt was tntn 1 'rsuggested constituents o? and if it should b. with i negotiations for the I ans of tihe condition .was to en. scheme for the trau-' rrna ; .-Arthur into u closed Russ' -acting from Chin ? ptedfee in legan tiVm of Port Ha pr./balbly be th . aootabiy the specific as the nv k in regard t 'nature of the Russian Arthur, which was .1 c SCrierJaiy assurance tin is not bounfii to Japan alliance. In short, ther to believe ihm Gi at intend to Tecede an lne t'ion whkJh has been of Iby .Messrs. EM tour, ? fi-Jcks-tBeach, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 6 February 1898

PAG5S 5 TO 8 VOL III, NO. 27. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY (>, 181)8. I> l> TOT? SINGLE COPY, TWO CENTS I llLKjUi ONE WEEK, TEN CENTS. Washingron ave, and Twenty-eighth Street Newport News, Va. GRIFFITHS 6c LEWIS NEWPORT NEWS AND HAMPTON. VIRGINIA. SELLING OUT. I Lake Block, I No, 42 Queen Street, I HAMPTON, Va. Selling Out. All the winter stock of Dry Goods and Notions, Cloaks and Capes, Ladies' and Children's Winter Underwear, Gentlemen's Winter Under? wear, Blankets and Comforts, D*ess Goods and Silks, Shoes for ladies, misses and babies. This is your chance to get OLOAKS-! CLOAKS ! CLOAKS! We have aout 60 UiJ;.<s- Cloaks left n Bib k. Brown, Green, TAinand Beaver 71 th. Wi .tre determined not to carry OAIDIES- CLOAKS. Here arc the r- auctions: % 5.00 Civ. iks for.? 2-50 CLOTH CAiPES. ?Plain Beaver Cloth Astr oogh cloth?some plain an i * 1.25 Caj> l.r.a Cap S.ss < i I rUDRECCS OL1 IIA KS. About one ?ozen lef...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 6 February 1898

THE MAJOR'S YTSTT. I HOW A GENTLEMANLY CAPITALIST STIRRED A PENNSYLVANIA TOWN. He Wan Tnolitrusivo, but Hint tra Air About Gtlm That Won Respect nml At- j trntion?When He Went Away, liiere Wa? Disappointment. Late ono spring evening In the middle seventies n stranger alighted from a pas? senger train that had just drawn up to the station of a'Pennsylvania mountain town. ! He was nt once besot by half ndozen negro j hotel runners, tho mosl enterprising uf whom took possession of hi< band satchel before he had tinio to assent or dissent. Because ho was pleased with the negro's | push or because hu fancied the name of ] the hotel this porter represented the stranger gave the man tho cheek for his trunk and put himself under his guidance. At the hotel tin- stranger registered his name In a plain, businesslike hand as "Major .lohn H." of Philadelphia. Ht j made his toilet, ate his supper, and. light i ing a cigar, went out, as he remarked, lor j a stroll about the town. Upon h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 6 February 1898

We Have just received An Elegant Line Of Stationery and ran p'ettse you both in style (tlie very newest) and price. We have 100 boxes of extra quality which we ? offer At 10 cent?) per box. You will wonder How We Bo It. J We simply buy all of our goods right and c:>n sell at A very reasonable prices. i fif.ii?. Druggists. tOp, Johnson's Opera House- ^ Mackcys Cafe K. J. MAOKKY, PROPRIETOR. fhc Best-Known Saloon ftan W In Newport News. Wines, Liquors & Cigars fIN&ST EXPORT BEER MADE? Comfortable Pool and Billiard Parlors Adjoining Cafe. R. J. MACKEY. Pi, If you suffer from pains in jx>ur eyes and head consult \AI. G. PETTUS, EYE SPECIALIST. ? 2603 Washington ave..J e\ port News.Ya. He makif an exat: fnatl n of your eyes, ascertaining jus. what is needed in the svay of glasses, r -dieal treatment, etc. Th costs you nothing?other specialists charge vou from $1 to $10. Examination free, and sansfaetion guaranteed. No cha: go is mane for visi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 6 February 1898

A DARING CHARGE. GORDON HIGHLANDERS' BOLD RUSH ACROSS A DARK VALLEY. The Mont Thrilling Incident or I lie ?rlt Jsn War in India?Victoria Cross for the Ptner Who Flayed "Cock of tin: North" Although Shot Through Itotli Leg?. Graphic details have just been received by mail of the recapture of Dargai ridge on the Afghan frontier by the Gordon Highlanders under the command of Sir William Ixjckhart, during which that regimcat exhibited remarkable dash and courage. General Biggs sent the 2d division to dislodge the tribesmen from the Dargai ridge. The position was a very strong ono. the enemy occupying the summit of a precipitous hill. Tho top of this hill could be reached only by a single path, along which the at? tacking force, at first consisting of a Ghurka regiment, the Derbyshire regi? ment and the Dorsetshire regiment, was obliged to climb in Indian file, while three batteries of artillery shelled the sangars or breastwork en? trenchments of the hill men. sin wii.i.iam LOCKiiAitr. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 February 1898

Associated Fress VOL III, NO. 28. JUDGE GUNTER DEAD Career of an Able Jurist Brought to a Close. SKETCH OF HIS LIFE After? Lingering IllueHH Ho Succumb*. Twelve Years e.n The llnicii. Tribute or thu Local Bar. the Benjamin. T. Gunter, judge of 111 Mi Judicial circuit, wMch in? cludes Newport .News, died at the Maryland University Hospital, in Bal? timore. Sunday nlg'ht. Judge Gunter llvatd been ill for several .months, and alehoug'h his condition ha.- been report? ed critical, at .ui-mes. his friends ?hoped tha't the would ultimately recover. No man on the Virginia bench ranked higher in the estimation of lawyers aci'J thu general public than Judge <? unter. (He w;is recog? nized', not n!y aa one of the ablest Ju? risten In the State, but as an earnest and conscientious man in all tihe rela? te nsrhlp? of life. 'His renn ins were forwarded ye.-terday from 'Baltimore to bis borne near Awumac Court House, and the .funeral w.ll take -place today. Several members of the local...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 February 1898

Crf^e J3*siIg Press E;. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEirr MONDAY. Ei* THE Daily press Compantj, POSTeJFFICE BUILDING. Entered at the Poatofftce of Newport News, Va., as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. .$4 00 . 2 00 Daily, twelve months . Dully, six months . Daily, one month . 40 Daily, one week . 10 All business, news letters or tele? graphic dispatches Should lie addressed DAILY PRESS. J BLEPHONE CALL The Daily Press may he obtained every morning at the following places: Crossley Bes.. Washington avenue. J. A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's, No. 7 Ivy avenue. J. N. Lawrence's, 211 Twenty-Seventh street. The Dully Tress Is delivered by car? riers In Newport News, Hamilton and Phoebus at 40c. per month. If the paper ts r..t delivered regularly, please make complaint at the office of puuli cution. Advertising rotes furnished em appli? cation. Contractors are not allowed to exceed their space or advertise other...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 February 1898

We have purchased the entire stock of Johnson & Moore, Queen street, Hampton, a? less than 50 cts. on the dollar. It is an established fact that this firm carried no cheap or shoddy goods, but always handled the very best grades of Clothing and Genfs Furnishing Goods. We shall place these goods on sale immediately, at prices for less than cost of manufacture. We shall continue this sale from week to week, and expect to have the stock disposed of within 130 day, when we shall put in a complete new,stock of Spring Goods. The Yal les which we shall offer must be seen to be appreciated. It will p;iy you to come from miles around, as the equal of this sale was never known or heard of before in this vicinity. If you appreciate the value of money you will not miss it. Read carefully every item enumerated below. Men's Suits. Men's Durable WmkSng Suits. J. & M. price $6.00; our price $2.9S. ? -Men's Sttrfetly ATI-Wool Puits, J. & M. price $S.OO; our pric-a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 8 February 1898

WORK OF CONGRESS1 Military Academy Appropria? tion Bill Passed. SENATE'S PROCEEDINGS ?portant Amcudiueul Introduced l>y Mr Morgan. Memorial to Present Ivi/-.< Money to the Officers und Crew of the Monitor. (By Telegraph.) VVASI?XGTOiN, Pah. '.? passed th military acaEerr.-j variety . bill can than the .Mr. Greene (Populist), ? f Nebraska. mooUd subject at reluming prosp rity. He read a dispatch from Wheeling, W. V'a.. giving an :? fount of .he al? leged t aring do wo of McKinleys pic? ture by work'.ngmen. Gent emen mighi buy prosperity, prosperity. sOiU' he. but there was no prospi rity. -And others howl calamity, calami? ty," crUd VNlr. Perkins CHepuiblican), of Iowa, um-.d shouts of laughtet ft m tb< tteiu'bttcans. x , ? Mr. Olmsftead (Republican), .if Penn sjUvanlla, in reply to Mr. Gi--er.e, pro? duced dippings Crom newsjapers in all parts at the country", showing a gr a: revival of business and trade. Mr. Olmstead said that the continued agitati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 February 1898

lip Press VOL I IT, NO. 29. WILL-ASK FOR BIOS Council to Issue Bonds to the Amount of $140,000. TO AMEND THE CHARTER Itcport or Hie Special Caiuiutttco Adopted. Ulli r..r It.-.l.lliij; ror City Prisoners Referred. Other Business Transacted. This was what the Common Council Audited the bills against the city. Adopted the amendment .providing for a reassessment of the realty of the city. Adopted another amendment to the charter, making the mayor chairman of tihe (Board of Police Commission-. Authorised the finance committee to advertise for bids lor the bonds. Received the auditor's report. As sonn as t'ne city-succeeds in float? ing lb nds to ill.- extent or $140,000 the work ..f i.lying a systt.m of sewerage, and erecting public sc'hool buildings, a new jail, police station and hospital will be commenced. Since tile General Assembly [passed the bill allowing the city to issue bonds for these improvements the coun? cil ins lost no time in making prepar? ations for beginning the work....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 February 1898

$fj* 38 mispress PUBLISHED EVERT M< I RUING EXCEPT MONDAY. BT THE Srstfy ^rrss (CompatiM, POSTe,FFIOE BUILDING. Entered at the Postolllce of Newport News. Va., as second-class matter. SUBSC R1PTIONS. Dally, twelve months .J4 00 Oaily, six months .2 00 Dally, one month . 4? Oaily, o.r>.e week . 10 "XIl "Business, news letters or tele? graphic disputehe-s should be addressed DAILY PRESS. JELEPHONE CALL.2514 The Daily Press may he obtained every morning at the following places: Crossley Bros.. Washington avenue. J. A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake it Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson's, No. 7 Ivy avenue. J. N. Lawrence's, 211 Twenty-seventh street. The Daily Press Is delivered by car? riers In Newport News, Hampton and Phoebus at 40c. per month. If tne paper is not delivered regularly, please make complaint at the ofllce of publi? cation. Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Contractors are not allowed to exceed their ppace or advertl-e othei than their llgitima...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 February 1898

"We have purchased the enure stock of Johnson & Moore, Queen street, Hampton, at ]ess than 50 cts. on the dollar. It is an established fact that this firm carried no cheap or shoddy goods, but always handled the very best grades of Clothing and Genfs Furnishing Goods. We shall place these goods on sale immediately, at prices for less than cost of manufacture. We shall continue this sale from week to week, and expect to have the stock disposed of within 30day, when we shall put in a complete new stock of Spring Goods. The Yal les which we shall offer must he seen to be appreciated. It will pay you to come from miles around, as the equal of this sale was never known or heard of before in this vicinity. If you appreciate the value of money you will not miss it. Read carefully e*-ery item enumerated below. Men's Suits. lion's Durable Wmklng Suits, J. & Mi price $6500; our price $2.1?. Men's Strictly ATi-Wool Suits, J. & M. price $8.00; our price $4.'J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 9 February 1898

GAY PARIS EXCITED Stirring Scenes at the Trial of M, Zola TESTIMONY SUPPRESSED Ex-Pre*I<I<mt i.r the It.h R?-|.ut?llc the Stand. The Celebrated Novelist In Danger or it-lug Lynched by Ills Enemies. (By Telegraph.) PARIS. Feto, s.?Wie ti the trial ? t M. BffitUe Zola and M. Perrieux, managei of the Aurore, stowing ?ui ? >. ihe lo. mer'si denunciation of the Esterhazy court martial in a P. tter to tihv newspa? per mentioned, was resumed in tbs As? sizes court ?!' ihc Seine t-day. seines similar to those of yesterday w re wit? nessed. 'When the court opened there was u tc-rrtflu sttuggle to cut. r. people ftgkuing Phelr-wa.p with b?ows and klc-ks toward the court room. The entrance of M. Zola was ti:- s nal few an outburst, during w h few vnies of "Vive Zola" wer. dro-wi by shou'ts of ' a has Zola." When the judge en;- red tie- scene v so tumultuous that he dir' cted the n able to appear th y should lie resum Madame Dreyfus was the first witness today. ...

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