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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 28 September 1898

THE, HARVEST IS NOW RIFE We will quote vou open prices, which will prove to you that' this $11,000 Stock of Dry Goods and Shoes, which was assigned to E. E. Montague, as trustee, must be sold. 36-inch Percale that sold for S : $1.50. now $1.12 1-2. and 10 cents, now only 5 cents per I 10-4 Brown Sheeting that sold yard. for IS cents, now 12 1-2 cents. Shirt prints that sold for 5 cents Children's Shoes that sold for 30 now 3 1-2. j cents, now 1? cents. Children's Hose that sold for 10 i Children's Shoes that sold for 50 cents, now 6 cents. ? cents, now 2U cents. . No. 121 lt. & G. Corsets that sold I Misses' Shoes that sold for $1.00, for T5 cents, now 59 cents. now 75 cents. No. 34 J. B. Corsets that sold for Misses' Shoes that sohl fur $1.25 $1. now 75 cents j now $1.00. No. 707 F. P. Corsets that sold isses' Shoes that sold for $1.50 for $1.25. now $1. j now $1.15. No. 3? J. B. Corsets that sold for i -Meet me at W?bb & Mears' Old $?&nd 2&a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 28 September 1898

Aguinaldo's Emissaries to Confer With President. NO OFFICIAL AUDIENCE The I'reKol.til Will Keel I v ? Them ny I mil vlilnala iUnn-ly. Tin-.. UiiltJo to furls to Sn are Itecogiiltion or Tri-lr <;..> rument. (By Telegraph.) WASHINGTON. Sept. 27.?General Francis \". Greene, who was made a major-general of volunleeis for dis? tinguished service in Hi" invasion of th^. Philippines, aci ompanied iiv Iiis I -..i staff nod the d.-Ierrat s from tile Philippine insurgents, arrived here this afternoon from Chicago, and went i ii. ? Ailing...:' iiotel. Tile Filipinos : " :? !:pe Agoncello and Jose Lopez. ?..i<-> ...t 111 iKIS'.l '.l re,.i. .i.'lltatiVeS of the insurgent leader Aguinaldo. and are on their way to Paris to try to se? cure representation on the Spanish American peace commission will) .1 view to recognition of the insurgent government in the Philippines. 'Ph.- Philippine delegates are desirous of conferring with the President, and the Ques...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 29 September 1898

? Associated t j Press * I Dispiches. * 4 ?????a?^<o-??v?'?????p??-?f VOL III, NO. 233. LADS OWN THE TOWN Mayor A. A. Moss Turns the City Cver to Them, RQANOKE THE PLACE Magic City select cit fur the Convention of 189?. OtUcera Electee! for the KusnEng Year. Ilanita Arrive. Newport News belongs to the firemen of the Ohl Dominion, and the town is theirs till they shake the dust from their feet. This city was formally turned over to the volunteer laddies yesterday by Mayor Allan A. Moss, when he wel? comed the delegates to the twelfth an? nual convention of the Virginia State Firemen's Association. The flre-fight ers accepted his honor's generosity and are making themselves at home. Incoming trains and steamers brought delegates to the convention from the various towns and cities throughout the State, and the laddies were met by a reception committee and escorted to the quarters engaged for them. The hour fixed for the convention to be called to order yesterday afternoon wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 29 September 1898

Cfi* Satin fress C. E. THACKER, Editor nrrd Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Limilwl. POSTOFFICE BUI LDING The Daily Press may be obtained ? very morning at the foil,wing places: C-ossley Bros., Washington avenue. .1. A. < 'orey. Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson. No. 7 Ivy avenue. Parties other than those having ledg? er accounts with the paper, civic so? cieties ami military organizations, are required t.. pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An increase of 33 1-?. per cent, will be charged for tran seint advertisements not paid for in advance and no transient advertise? ment will be bonked for less space than one Inch. To illustrate: one-half inch is 50 cents, one inch 7f> cents for one time, when paid in advance: but they will be $1.00 if charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, which applies In all cases, irrespective of financial responsibility. Advertising r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 29 September 1898

STYLES We invite your attention to our complete and carefully se? lected stock of clothing; for Men, Boys, and Children, com? prising extensive lines of the newest and best selections of the northern markets. Our Shoe and Hat depart? ment cannot be equaled in the city. Underwear and Hosiery we have In endless variety. Prices are low. Try' us. Prove us. You will be glad. '5 Men's, Bous' anil Children's OutfitUr Hampton, V?. fron. %V) each up to $530 on easy weekly or monthly payments, here is Maple wood facing the electric road just lie low Phoebus facing Poplar Avenue, j and where our office and residence Is, then, we have fine lots in Phoebus and , Vicinity, then "Heimeko!" ? n the Hark , river road, 250 feet from the Cheaa peaks & Ohio railway tracks. You can't mips it. signs are all over it. sur? veyed, and laid out. in good sized I lots by B. A. Semple. This land is on the eve of a tremendous boom and we will let you in on ttie ground floor, as to terms and cheapness...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 29 September 1898

Cowardly Assault on the Fx Champion Pugilist. ?CORBETT WAS BEING HELD When KM McCoy Dellver?<l a Vicious S.I? t. Striking Jim In the Cr.iiii. UetrtlM of the Meeting. Colloquy itud AsHHIltt. (Tty Tel"Knpn.) NEW YORK. Sept. 2S.? The pugilists. ??Kit!" McCoy and James .1. Corliett. ?whose match has heen broken off. met in the Gilsey House lobby this after? noon, when McCoy knocked Corbett's hat off and then, while Corbet t w as h"l<l by his friends, kicked Corbet! in the groin. He then ran nut of tiie side door, away from the crowd. Corbett ?was taken t.. his room and a doctor summoned. Corbett, Iiis manager. George Consi r.dine, and Al .Smith ate lunch together in the~Gi!sey House cafe. Ilnishlng about 1 o'clock. They then walked out through the lobby, and in the Broad? way entrance met David Nugent, of the Hawthorne Athletic Club, who joined them. In one side of the entrance were McCoy. Wiliam Gray, of the Haw? thorne Athletic Club, and six other men. They were ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 September 1898

lSS0Giat6? Press t DispatGhes. I m VOL III, NO. 2M. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., FRIDAY, SI! LADDIES' GALA DAY Hremen's Parade a Brilliant Affair. MASONS LAY THE STONE Largest Proceaalou Kv?r Seen lu TIiIh City. Cliiur Mttraliul .Pouch Injured. HuiKluet at the Cualuo Luat Night. The firemen's parade is over, and a great success it was. Never before in the history of New? port News have the people witnessed sueh a grand pageant. Garlanded in bunting, gay with kaleidoscopic color, brilliant In her holiday attire, this pro? gressive little city on Hampton Roads was a blaze of glory. It seemed as if everybody joined in to make the affair a success, and right well did they do it. Not in the twelve years of its existence has the Virginia State Firemen's As? sociation seen such a gala day during one of its annual conventions. But Newport News never does things by halves. Her citizens are wide awake. Coming from different sections of the globe her denizens with their diversi? fied temperaments make a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 September 1898

GIty of Newport News, Ya. Opening of the y and You are hereby notified that all the Public Schools of this cit are now open for the Fall Winter term, 1898-'93, Scholars are requested to h in attendance promptly each day Boys are requested to wear strong; serviceable and neat clothing-, and parents and guardians are recom. mended to purchase it of THE BANINERCLOTHIER 2606 WASHINGTON AYENUE you want a building lot it of the d Dominion Land Company s for sale on easy terms in all sections of the city. ly located business, lots on Washington ave. s for sale or rent in Elizabeth C>ty, War? wick and York Counties. Dominion Land ROOM NO. 11. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 8 P. Company* BUILDING. THAT LEFT OVER Senator Manna, as chair Republican committee, is game of bluff ami I.II?; i the next Senate Cor his pa close of the Presidential , was given out that a balam Mill was left In the hands i mittee, and thai it wotdd In in the next election for Congi State legislators. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 September 1898

fror? $10 each up to $500 on easy weekly or monthly*ayments. Here is Maple wood, faclny the electric road just be? low Phoebus facing Poplar Avenue, and where our office and residence is. then, we have fine lots in Phoebus and vicinity, then ?Hcinicfcle" on the Back River road, two hundred and fifty feet from the Chesapeake and Ohio railway tracks. You can't miss it, signs are all over it. sur? veyed, and laid out, in good sized lots by K. A. Semple. This land is on the eve of a tremendous boom and we will !i>t you in on the ground floor, as to terms and cheapness if you buy now. Go and see ft. Then we have for s:ile on very easy terms several houses and lots, which you pay for as rent. There is not a shadow of a doub: that land here will take a tremendous rise In price in the next few years. Think and get posted, and you will see -why. InVest now your spare cash in land and "say nothing but saw wood" for awhile and you'll see. 8 J.Brown &Co., LOCK BOX 225 HAI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 September 1898

ON FOREIGN SHORES The Powers Present an Ulti? matum to the Suitan, BRITISH SAILORS LANDED Crete to lie Wrented from i lie Tmk. Cain of the Chinese ICmiiernr** Downfall. He May ltd A???K?In!ltctl. Si Inn tlou hi the Somtitu. CANDIA, ISLAND ' >!?" CRKTE Sept 29.?Edhem Pasha, the Turkish govern or. who is ehieliy blamed for the re? cent rioting here. has been deprived of the governorship, and started for Smyrna today. The delays and subterfuges in com? plying with the orders of Admiral Noel, the British commander in tires,- waters, increase. The Turkish authorities have ceased surrendering arms and are pre? tending that the disarmament has been completed. The British othcers pro? pose to search suspected houses. They have discovered that many of ihe men surrendered to Admiral Noel as ring? leaders of the rioting are innocent, while tin- guilty are still at liberty. A detachment of son British 'blue Jackets was paraded through the town today. Djvaedo Pasha, the local Turkish ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 1 November 1898

frtssMGi^?? i I Press * Dispatch ts* VOL. Ill, NO. 2G0. UILDiNG QRDIAHCE To Guard Against Collapses in the Future. A NEW STYLE OF PERMI f Will II? IT< i> >Ht,l t<> t|?, council Tonight. To UhuvkI III* Sewxr T.i,tie. Cuu IrucU for iiit< ViutluctK. Au Important SeMtlon. The city council tonight will consider and pas:: on several mailers of more than usual importance, and the session will he an interesting one. Of particular note will be the proposi? tion which will be urged looking to the passage of an ordinance which shall. | in as large a measure as possible, pre? vent a repetition of the terrible acci? dent of a week ago?the still inexplica? ble collapse of the Columbian Invest- | meat Association's building last Tues? day afternoon. The proposed ordinance will provide for a building permit in which shall be stated especial** certain essential tk'- ! tails of the cor -uclion contemplated, j as for exampl' &gt...

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

3. F.. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY TU IS Dailv Press Company Limite!. POSTOFFICE BUILDING. The Daily Press may be obtained every morning at the following places: Crossley Bros. Washington avenue. J. A. Corey, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson. No. , Ivy avenue. Parties other than those having led? ger accounts with the paper, civic so? cieties ami military organizations, are required to pay for transient adver- I tisements in advance. An increase of ' 33 1-3 per cent, will be charged for Iran- | sient advertisements not paid for in advance and no transient advertise? ment will be booked for less spat e than one inch. To illustrate: one-half inch Is 50 cents, one inch 75 cents for one time, when paid in advance: hut they will be ?1.00 if charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, wh.ch applies in all cases, irrespective of financial j responsibility. Advertising rates furnished ...

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

Will This Sntcrfs* Yova> It Means Saving IVIoriey to You 1 lot 40 and 50c Infants' Shoes a pair.10c 25c Gents' 4-in-hand and teck ties at .17c 50c Ladies' Corsets are still going- at.39c 75c Ladies' Corsets are still going- at.50c $1.25 Ladies' Corsets are still going at.$1.00 $1.75 Ladies'fine shoes at.$1.25 18 and 20c Mattings at .lHc ?1.00 Kid Gloves to go at.50c 50c Uiulerwear, for men and women, at.30c Store and office fixtures for sale Goods delivered free daily and at Newport News Tuesday and Friday, C. L. CROCKETTE, Manages'. SEASONABLE STYLES We Invite your attention to our complete and carefully se? lected stock of clothing for Men, Boys, and Children, com? prising extensive lines of the newest and best selections of the northern markets. Our Shoe and Hat depart? ment cannot be equaled in the city. Underwear and Hosiery we have in endless variety. Prices are low. Try us. Prove us. You will be glad. W.E. Lawson, Men's, Bous' and Gti lilren's Outfitter Hampton, Ua...

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

Concludes Its Work in Southern Camps. TYPHOID EXAGGERATED Contract Surgeon Suy? Oi.ly Twenty p, Cent at ?icknem Wan Typhus. Com. uilaxion*. In SrMlun at Uvinsuni, Ky.. Hears New Testimony, (By-Telegraph.) CAMP POLAND, K.N't >X VI I.I k TEXX., Oct. 31.-Tl.e war investigating commission concluded the work of it Southern t.?ur here today and at C o clock tonight left for Washington ex peeling to arrive there at about i'j j-. m. It is the present intention that the American commission shall g., to Camp Meade, soon after then arrival in Washington, and ex-Governor Wood bury will proceed to Vermont as a sub? committee to take testimony there. The commission devoted Hie forenoon to inspecting the camps an.I the atter noon to taking testimony, t hey lourio a division ot troops Here "under the com mand ot Coluuei Kurtz, ot Hie second Ohio, and while they hud no persona - ?criticism to express against him. sum. of the commissioners expressed the opinion thai tue coiniuanu was i.,.....

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

Press D'isd?s VOL. Ill, NO. 2(11. IT IS SETTLED MOW! The Street Railway Will Go Over 28th Street Bridge. LAST OBSTACLE REMOVED Pro]in>B?il Senxlou of the Council. Sower Problem .Solved. Th? Mayor's llrcom uiondutlouK. Ordinances Propo? sitions ?Uli New PotitlOIIH. The city council last night transacted much business of importance and set? tled several knotty problems. As a re? sult all difficulties in the way of the sewerage work have been removed and also the last stumbling block was re? moved from the progress of the contem? plated bridges across the C. & O.. this being brought about finally by extend? ing to the Newport News and Old Point Railway and Electric Company the right to use the bridge at Twenty eighth street for their tracks. When the council convened there were present, in addition to President Uux ton and Clerk Massle. ?ouneilmen Cory. Doherty, Hughes. McLaughlin. O'Don nell. Roane. Burcher. Powell, Ford, Caf fee ami Washington. Clerk ilassie st...

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

IN Til E DAILY "~ She Bai g Press C. B. TH ACKER. Editor and Manager. ""PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Dailv Press Company POSTOFFICE BUILDING. The Daily Press may 1.Inained morning at tin- following places: us Washington avenue. J. A. Corey. Acre. ke & Ohio Restaurant, lebinson. No. 7 Ivy avenue. Parties ruh"!- than those hiving led? ger accounts with the paper, civic so? cieties and military organizations, are required to pay for- transient adver? tisements in advance. An Increase of 33 1-3 per cent, will lie charged for tran? sient advertisements not paid for in advance and no transient advertise? ment will be booked fur less space than one inch. To illustrate: one-half inch'is 50 cents, one inch 7.". cents for one time, when paid In advai.: but they will I..- $l.im if charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save m.y by remembering this notice, wh.ch applies In all casus, irrespective of linanciul responsibility. Advertising rates furnished mi appli? catio...

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

; Our Clear Up i ; Is Your Opportunity; ) Here is where you will find the plumbs in the I ) $11,000 bankrupt stock of W ebb and Mears. Come < ) and get the pick of the stock before the auction ' ) begins. ^ ) One lot of ofood quality matting that was cheap ( ) at 16^c, will sell now for ll^c. < ) One lot of ladies' fine shoes, lace or button, ( ) honest value at $125, will be closed out for 05c ^ ? per pair. * ) We have about 100 coats and capes left that * y will be sold for less than cost. \ V 10 dozen men's laundered and unlaundnred S ' shirts, will be sold at factory cost, without freight. * I We have hundreds of other marvelous values. ' I Co ne and inspect our goods, that will convince * I you. btcre for rent. ( j Mo- 28 Queen i?treef ^ [ ?l&ude Crocbc^?j Manager j *'2i^^/QiK^?x%^r*^^ 0^02* #S? ^ iTTV J-Tiv ^ ? ^rv ^ . S&nSONiW STYLES We invite your attention to our complete and carefully se? lected stock of cU>thing for...

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

WATER,$1.Z5 PITCHER Soldiers Paid the Price or| Went Thirsty. EVI PENCE 100 DEGRADING N linemen Berore the 1 n v. KtlgH-Ing I , mlHHlon hi Lexington <;ive Uiiprlnt ?hie Te?tln ouy Keg.ir.tn.g the Condition of the Cniupn. (By Telegraph.) LEXIXOTOX. KY.. Nov. l.? |?.,.f,?. the war investigating committee tndnv Chief Commissary Marsha! ,,f c-inip Hamilton, denied the statements mad' by Ueiuenani Colonel Mitchell of the l-uM IYrritorials. las. ?jght. Ii., said every requisition had bee,, honored from the Territorials. The s,,.otid witness was Genera) .j. c Lutes who testified as to the Homing, campaign, the camps at Mobil,, and at i hickaimiuga. He hvih ,,, ., Mrooke regarding the lack .,r ',..,?:?.. I he da> before we loft Mobil.. wo K,, pretty well supplied." be said ' Tiles were supplies r?r ,.ru|,s N. <.,?.,.,.', Wc had bread and mp.it nlw.lv? M.ni tank Coin, was noi the proper place fo a Climp of siek soldi,.,s ;,, this hi,. yar. At Montnuk Point | ...

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

?*'>^*' I f\ss%la?t? Press jDlSMMIICSf VOL. Ill, NO." 262. ISSUES DISCUSSED Democratic Food for Reflec? tion Served Hot by YOUNG AND MONTAGUE Attorney <; en era I ami CamlUlate fur Cnli t??< Kroin ThlH l)l-trtc' Deliver Strong A<t(irf-MHet*. An I?lirhu<d ?ti? tle Meet Ing Ltut Night. It came a little late, that formal openJ ing of the Democratic campaign in this city, hut it was good whim it did come, as those who attended the magnificent Young-Montague meeting at the court? house last night can testify. The local committee had arranged to have the meeting in the hall of the Americas Democratic Club, and to this the audience repaired, but long before the hour announced for the speaking was struck it was seen that these ac? commodations, ordinarily ample, were ' Insufficient, and at the eleventh hour? or, more strictly speaking, the eighth? the court room was secured and thither the crowd wended its way. quickly fill? ing every n...

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

C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Til"? BY THE Dallv Press Company Limited. POSTOFFICE BUILDING. The Daily Proas may be obtained every morning at the following plates: Crossley Bros. Washington avenue. J. A." Corey, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson. No. 7 Ivy avenue. Parties other than those having led? ger accounts with the paper, civic so? cieties and military organizations, are required to pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An increase of 33 1-3 per cent, will be charged for tran? sient advertisements not paid for in advance and no transient advertise? ment will be booked for less space than one inch. To illustrate: one-half inch is 50 cents, one inch 7", cents for one time, when paid in advance; but they will be Jl.OO if charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, wh.ch applies In all cases, irrespective of financial responsibility. Advertising rates furnished on a...

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