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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 3 November 1898

Here is where you will find the plumbs in the $11,000 bankrupt stock oi* Webb and Mears. Come and get the pick of the stock before the auction begins. One lot of good quality matting that was cheap at 16|c, will sell now for ll^c. One lot of ladies' line shoes, lace or "button, honest value at $125, will be closed out for 95c per pair. We have about 100 coats and capes left that will be sold for less than cost. 10 dozen men's laundered and unlanndnred shirts, will be sold at factory cost, without freight. We ha%re hundreds of other marvelous values. Co.rte and inspect our goods, that will convince you. b-tcro for rent. No- 28 Queen ^street (laude L. Cr?cbe^"^> Manager STYLES r:; We Invite your attention to our complete and carefully se l*. lected atock 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 endles...

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 November 1898

CLEARED FOR ACTION British Warships Ready to Put to Sea. RUSSIA'S INTENTIONS t 111 Surmised That She Will Avail ll.r~.ir of the Freneli-Auglo Trouble uml Seize. Territory In the fur K*<*t. OpIiilotiK In Loitdou (By Telegraph.) WEI WAl WEI. Nov. 2?All the Brit? ish warships here, the first elass battle? ship Centurion, tin- first class cruiser Narcissus, the second class cruiser Hermione, the torpedo boat destroyer Whiting, the torpedo boat destroyer Fame.the torpedo boat destroyer Handy and the first class gunboat Peac.i; have cleared for action and a re ready foi sea at an hour's notice. The first class battlesnip Victorious and rhe first class cruiser Undaunted, at Che Foo, are coaling to their lullest capacity. The greatest secrecy is maintained as to the meaning of these warlike pre? parations: but there is no doubt im? portant instructions ate expected at any moment. A large Russian Heet is assembled at Port Arthur. OF GRAVE IMPORTANCE. LONDON, Nov. 2?The dispatch from Wei 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. — 4 November 1898

IflssoGlaw? I Press f DisoatGii?si VOL. Ill, NO.-263. SMALL AUDIENCE Greeted Or, R. A. Wise ati McLaughlin's Hall. PECULIAR CONCLUSIONS! Political Koten. Varlou? VI. w. uu the Ap pulu 11..1H ?f Mr. Juhu K. Wa.lUy to Pt?-t masttn-lilp of Norfolk. A. Leiter From VP.Khlngrou. \fr. Wise's sIiU Uficantly C'o\ jressman It is evident that Dr. Wise, one of the Republican nominees for Congress from this district, has not learned the latest Republican campaign trick of carrying- his audience around with him, fir at his meeting at McLaughlin's Hail \ last night his audience was too slim to warrant -apposition. There were pres? ent in the audience forty-five people, plus the band, and the staff, or sixty- 1 six by actual count, including every j one in the hall. The Wise City chairman. Mr. Reverdy Stewart, presided, and' introduced the speakers appropriately, the first being Mr. G. W. Clements, of Portsmouth, who was followed by Mr. George Nelms Wise, of this city. Dr. Wise was then presented, ...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 4 November 1898

int-ie DAILY ? ?t|c fiat q 53rcss C. E. THACKKR, Editor ami Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Dailv Press Company Limited. POSTOFFICE BUILDING. The Daily Press may be obtained every morning at the following places: Crossley Bros. Washington avenue. 3. 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 GO cents, one inch 75 cents for one time, when paid in advance; but they will be $1.00 if charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering tins notice, wh.ch applies in all cases, irrespective of financial responsibility. Advertising ra...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 4 November 1898

- ?- ?- ?^w?wwv^vwwW'OT'? Our Clear Up Is You Opportunity Here is where you will lind the plumbs in the ?11,000 bankrupt stock of Webb ami Hears. Come and get the pick of the stock before the auction begins, One lot of good quality matting that was cheap at 10?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 will be sold for less than cost. 10 dozen men's laundered and unlaundnred shirts, will be sold at factory cost, without freight. We have hundreds of other marvelous values. Come and inspect our goods, that will convince you. b tcre lor rent. Ho- 28 Queen ^street ^l&udle L. Crocbe^tj Manager SStf&ifnSASS'SV???1SjO& STS ~ ?- ? 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. O...

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

Bank Wrecker Marsh Gives Himself Into Custo. READS LIKE A ROMANCE Vonderort Over the World, Until He Kcud a Political Speech Made liy W. II. VTrtiiamaker. Hi< l{<>l?d*ni?ii t'ou. itonlutc the t'tlgltUe** Crime. PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 3?Gideon *W. March, the fugitive president of the now defunct Keystone National Bank, returned to the city today and sur? rendered himself to iiis bondsman. Wil? liam H. Wanamaker. Late this after? noon Mr. Wanamaker accompanied March to the office of United States District Attorney Heck and the latter an once turned ib.- fugitive bank presi? dent over to the custody of the United States marshal who placed him in jail to await a hearing tomorrow morning. The closing of 1.loors of the Key Stone National Bank on March 20th. 1831. caused a profound sensation. A run had been made on the bank ;i few months prior to that date. but tin crisis was tided over and the public was taken by surprise when the failure became known. .Subsequent Investiga? tion sho...

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 November 1898

?flss%Iai6d f Press ' VOL. Ill, NO. 2(U. W.T.WE8BDISMISSED Summary Action of Board of Police Commissioners. THE DECISION ASUhPRISE Evidence OiToreU ui >l>e Uwlmi; u.t Might. I'oIIcuihii FiiiiimI dully or Beating T.liumih Bijii?- With um PruvoCHt'.ou. '-W'l.li K. ere." The Board of Police Commissioners last night dismissed Police Officer W. T. Webb from the force, on the charge Of clubbing without provocation Mr. Thos. Baynes, foreman for Honan & Sons, on October -Ith. the dav the bat? tleship Illinois was launched. It will be recalled that Officer Webb arrested Mr. Baynes on the charge of resisting an officer, which charge was dismissed by Justice Brown. The next day on the fourteenth of October. Mr. Baynes preferred this charge before the board: "That on the 4th of October. lS'.tS, on Washington avenue, in the said citv. the said W. T. Webb unlawfully and without cause or excuse, with bis club beat me cruelly and unmercifully, In 11:. ling wounds on my head and body, and ...

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 November 1898

SA if! Li C. E. THACKETt, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY UY THE Dailv Press Company Limited. POSTOFFICE BUILDING._ The Dailv Press may be obtained everv morning ai the following places: Crossley Bros. Washington avenue, j a. Corey. Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson. No. 7 Ivy avenue. Parlies other than those having led? ger accounts with the paper, civic so? cieties and military organizations, art required to pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An increase ol 33 1-3 per cent, will be charged for tran? sient advertisements not paid for li advance and no transient advertise? ment will be booked for less spacf than one inch. To illustrate: on.--hall inch Is 50 cents, one inch 7a cents foi one time, when paid in advance: bul they will be $l.<Ki if charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money b> remembering tins notice, wh.cb applies in all cases, irrespective of llnancia responsibility. Advertising rates furnished on...

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 November 1898

Our Clear Up Is You Opportunity Here is where you will find the plumbs in the $ll,0oO bankrupt stock of Webb and Mears. Come and get the pick of the stock before the auction begins. One lot of good quality matting that was cheap at Ki^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 95c per pair. We have about 100 coats and capes left that will be sold for less than cost. 10 dozen men's laundered and unlaundnred sliirts, will be sold at factory cost, without freight. We have hundreds of other marvelous values. Cone and inspect our goods, that will convince you. totere tor rent. No- 28 Queen i^tpeel Claude L. Crocb&^Tt?j Manager ;SEASONABLE :STYLES We invite your attention to our complete and carefully se? lected steck 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. Under...

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 November 1898

SURE OF VICTORY Democratic Editors Draw Political Horoscopes. FUSIONISTS WILL FALL Bricht Pcwpectn for h Peaceful Klect on In wiimlnptun. Probability That the Democratic Judicial Ticket Will ?iet ?; Majority of x.ooo. WASHINGTON. Nov. 4?Tile Asso? ciated Press has received the following signed statements on the political situation in North Carolina from the eoitors of several of the leading morn? ing papers in the State: Wilmington, N. C. Nov. 4th. All indications now point to a peace? ful election In Wilmington anil it is highly probable thai the Republican majority of about 1.000 in this county will be overcome. This may be ex? plained as follows: There has been an increase of about 500 in the while registration, tile negro registration has fallen off about -00. and ft is estimated that the failure of the Republicans to nominate candidates for county offices lias so disgusted Hi,, negroes that several hundred of them will not go u> the pulls. There will be no intimidation here....

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 6 November 1898

PAGETS 5TO 8. VOL. Ill, NO. 2(,5._NEWPORT NEWS, VA., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER (j, 1808. PRICE S'^^S^e^cen?1"8 nm \wc- ^jc ss?ir ***** ^sjp ^jt ^aar ssjt n?^t saa? <?? v^j? EXPECTS A MILLION DOLLAR CHURCH OFFERING. The Rev. Mr. Simpson Was Not at All Surprised to Raise $1 ?2,000 at One Collection How People Are Brought to Give. XJBT TH!> -jf Sif Vf if 'J*?I*Z? \& The "man oT Cod" who ou his pulpit ; platform in New York has the Midas- i touch and ut a beckoning of Iiis linger can draw money in thousands out of ! the pockets of au audience plain in ' fashion und in speech, largely of the humbler classes. Uev. A. It. Simp son, of the Christian and Missionary ! alliance, is ussurodly u character in I the religious world of to-day. It was \ this preacher that on October 10, in a j morning and evening meeting' in his auditorium, the Episcopal tabernacle, | amassed the sum of $1111.000 in actual | cash. By many thousands is this the "collection record." The man who has accomplished, howe...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 6 November 1898

"COLORED COLORS." Hott Mineral Hun Arc Enlivenrci br ' the Addition of Coal Tar Color*. The denomination of "colored col- i ors" may sound paradoxical, but as a matter of fr-et mineral colors are fre? quently met. with of lute whose dull i and little productive character is ren? dered more fiery and richer by an ad? dition of coal-tar colors. In general, no objection can be made to such a pro? cedure, says the Male- Zeit ung. if colors sufficiently fast to light are chosen, is well possible nowadays. But very often this is not done. Thus the cosines used for carrninctte are very fugitive: likewise coloring with fuchsineand an? iline blue fades in the light. If on wants to employ artificial organic col? oring matters for fining-, faster ones should be employed According to M. Bottler, the rather fast rhodamines. next, mcthylene blue and meldoln blue, which are very fast, deserve n prefer? ence. Against the use of ponceau, coccines and scarlets, which for the most part are not inferio...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 6 November 1898

MISS REBECCA JOCELYN had been gardetflng and was as full of lire aud hope as the young plants she tend? ed; she therefore felt impatient upon entering the 6itting-room to find her sister in tears. "What is the trouble now, Annie?" she asked, ungraciously. "How fool? ish to sit here with the blinds closed, the glorious morning light and air shut out, crying?as if you haven't everything to make yon happy!" Miss Annie raised a tear-wet face, and rose with gentle dignity. "Ke hecca," she said, tremulously, "if at times I seek shade and solitude, it is because they correspond to my inner life. Be more charitable in your judg? ments and remember that 'each heart knoweth its own bitterness.' " As Miss Annie's heels clicked softly up the stairs. Miss Rebecca looked after her remorsefully. "It is too bad of me," she said, and she threw open the blinds, letting a flood of sunshine into the room, "Her feelings are much finer than mine and she is so emotion? al. I wonder what ailed her this mor...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 6 November 1898

WHEN THE COWS COME HOME. "Clink, cllnfe, - clink-clink, a-cllnkety cllnk"? Through the raised brush of the pasture path. And the "old boss" stops at the brook to drink. And tosses her head with a Jest of wrath. With hoofs sunk deep in the brook's black loam. And muzzle deep tn the lazy stream. She watts for the laggard herd to come. With ears that droop and eyes that dream. Her sleek sides bulge with contcntedness. And her udders drip with an overflow That blotches with white the watercress That sags with the current, to and fro The eddies whirl where her long tall flings Its tufted end with a listless toss. And '.he gurgling water swings and sings Like whirling wings In the brooksido moss. As the water clears of Its muddy rile And the old boss drinks, with nostrils flRred. The dusk, slow stealing, mile on mile, Grows dark where the deep woods stand ensnared On the east horizon's fnrthest rtm. And out of the twilight's hr.zy h< ight. Where The Dog Star loiters, white and dtm. A d...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 8 November 1898

- ? -wer" gj' 'X/''' ?V ? \j? ^ ?* - w- V*tVl*^'V" I Press DiSDatGtl?S f VOL. Ill, NO. 2(S(>. BEFORE IT HAPPENED Preparations for the Elec-' tion Today. CLOSE OF THE CAMPAIGN The AuiitIcuk Democrat u Club Wimm Up j With ? tireut Alerting. A Wine Meeting on Ivy Avenue. The Vrtllug l'!m en. Cnless the unexpected happens as ii sometimes dues, this will probably be the quietest election day in the history or this city and section. Several causes have operated to produce this result the chief of which are the absence of lo? cal issues and candidates: the fact that there are only three names to be voted for: the division in the Republican ranks, rendering a spirited tight on their side out <>r the question; and. in general, the fact that this is an off year, with not even a legislature in prospect. That the Hon. W. A. Young will be | elected not the least sanguine of supporters has the shadow of a doubt. His admirers, after what they consider a thorough canvass, are confident tha...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 8 November 1898

iii ine daily ? Wh* Bai tj Press C. E. TliAl.'KKR. Editor and Manager. PL'BUSHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE Daily Press Company Limit? I. POSTOFFICE BUILDING. Tlie Daily Press may be obtained every morning at the following places: Crossley Bros. Washington avenue. J. A. Corey. Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson. Nu. 7 Ivy avenue. Parlies 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 fit) cents, one inch 7". cents for on" time, when paid in advance; but they will be $1.00 If charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, winch applies in all cases, irrespective of financial responsibility. Adverti...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 8 November 1898

? fin Unusualiu j I Nice ! ? 1101186! A FOR SAL& I 4 Between Washington and La- a ? fuyette Avenues. ? ? bast Location J Price: S2.600 00 I $l,20 >.00 Cash f 4 Balance on easy terms f a mulford & Edmunds! De La Sa//e Institute Hampton Roads, Grand Boulevard and De Da Salle Ave. For young men and buys. Commercial, Scientific and Literary. Also Military Tactics. Half ear fare from Newport News to La Salle Ave. For particulars apply at the institute. oe2-3m. Warwick. J. R. 8WINEHTON, Manager. SPECIAL RATES TO COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS. Vi, Transportalion Co W. R. SCULL. Mam,".-. Storage Warehouse freight. Baggage, Safes a. ?nl ture carefully and promptly moved. All kinua of ouullng, done at low rates. Phone 2532._- ~ BOX 141. S. J. ?rown & Co Dealeirs In Land. Office nd Residence Opposite Poplar Avenue, Phoebus Virginia. NOTARY WITH SEAL. Luck Box 225 Hampton, Va. On the Back River Road to the Right 250 feet from the C. & O. Railroad tracks, signs all around it, we have 1...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 8 November 1898

RARE PAPERS L?ST Consumed in the Capitol Building Conflagration, i WORKS OF ART RUINED The Itamiige to the Interior Kail mate.I he About S'-iO.OOO. .luilli li.l lim ih menu Were PrlcelesR ami I nn not Be Itep ?ceil. WASHINGTON, Nov. 7.?An ex? plosion and fire at 5:13 o'clock yesterday afternoon wrecked the Supreme Court room and the rooms immediately ad? joining it on the main floor of the Cap? itol. The entire central eastern pari of the great marble pile, from the main door to the subterranean basement, la practically a mass of ruins. The force of the explosion was so heavy thai the toping stones on the outer walls jost east of the point where the explosion occurred were bulged out near Is two inches: windows in all that pan of the building were blown out. and locked doors ir.0 feet distant were forced from their binges. Fire followed the explosion so .piiekly as to seem practically simultan-..us with it. It occurred in a small room, lightly Inclosed by heavy stone walls, in the s...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 9 November 1898

ff* 4 . J1SDU6II6S I VOL. Ill, NO. 267. The City Gave Young a Hand? some Majority. BEA> BOTH COMPETITORS, Quietest KUctlon uiul snm'.lnt Vote In the II In too of thediy. Warwick County Aim. Ill J the Thine l!l> Klght. A stranger arriving in me city yes? terday, not having been previously in formed or political conditions, would hardly have guessed that Newport News was in the midst or an election. : In fact, it was so absolutely quiet and 1 eventless, that the judges themselves 1 almost had to rub their eyes occasion- ' ally in order to realize that there was anything unusual going on. and that the people were really voting. It was a beautiful day. There was nothing on earth the matter with the weather. It was an ideal election day. and ordinarily a large vote would have been polled, but conditions, already re? ferred to often, prevailed against such a result. There was a general listless ness. and the clamor that could not be heard in the highways and byways or the city would...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 9 November 1898

IM THE DAILY STfie ?ai<g press E. TH ACKER. Editor am] Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING KXi'KIT MONDAY BY THE Daily Press Company L'mlte.l. l'< ?STOFFICE BUILDING. The Daily Press may he obtained every morning at the following places: Crossley Bros. Washington avenue. .1 A. Corey. Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant Charles Robinson. No. 7 Ivy avenue. Parties other th..n tln.se having led? ger accounts with the paper, civic .so? cieties and military orga n ira t ions, are required to pay fur transient adver? tisements in advance. .\n Increase of :::: l-:t per cent, will he charged f,,r tran? sient advertisements not paid for in advance and no transient advertise? ment will be booked for l- ss space than one Inch. To Illustrate: one-half inch is r.O cents, one inch cents for one time, when paid in a.Ivan..? hut they will be Ji.oii if charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save moiiev hy remembering this notice, wh.ch applies in all eases, irrest.live of liiiauclal responsibil...

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