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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 November 1898

Our Clear Up IsYou Opportunity 1 Here is where you will find the plumbs in the $11,000 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 10-Je, will sell now for 1 l^c. One lot of ladies" line shoes. bc> or button, honest value at $125, will be closed out for b?c per pair. We have about 100 coats and capes left that will be sold for less than cost. ]() do/en men's laundered and nnlaimdnred shirts, will be sold at factory cost, without freight. We have hundred-; of other marvelous values. Co lic and inspect our goods, that will convince you. btrre for rent. 1 Mo- 28 QuKf.rj i^trcet Clavicle L. Cr?c^er-t^, Manager flu Unusuaiiu H0?S6? F?>/? SALt * i Hot ween Washington ii.ntl I.n- ? ) A fnvette Avenues. X I ? ? Hast Location A A Price J^2,600 00| f $!,e0 >.00 Gasli f 9 a 4 Balance on easy terms Y 4 MULFORD & EDMUNDSi 4 IS 5 SSthUutl I 4 De La Sal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 November 1898

SPICK TESTIMONY Of Gen. Breckinridge Befort Investigating Commission. CONFLICT OF AU < H rue of Mnch CoDfONion on Trau,pur Willi??* DrolliiPHlo Itoi.y or Uonllrui the !t< p.,rt That Shaffer OtTered Him ? ioiona.ul of ihr Army. I By Telegraph.) WASHINGTON. Nov. IG.?General Breckenridge continued his testimony . before the war investigating coinmis sion today. His evidence dealt with ilie campaign in Cuba and the transporta lion of troops to thai island. II,. said he had gone to Cuba as inspector g'-n eral. arriving at Tampa on ih., r.th of .tune. I!.- hail observed casually the preparation for the disembarkation of troops before the expedition left and bad concluded that they were quite in? adequate. "I made ho report however" he said, "as General Miles was on tin ground and could observe for himeslf." l.'ontinuing. he said that there was no preparation for landing in the fa. ?? of an enemy other than that which the navy might furnish. So far as he ob? served th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 18 November 1898

~ flSS Gidt?d voiTin, rs?. 275. PROBABLY MURDER Body of William Walker! Found in the River. THE MIS!AKEN VERDICT luppnaed 'o Have llenu KobuedandThrowi ?v'r ???M. Ur.U .ry IT prat* Verdict of Coronet'? Jury. I.o.kliur r?r rl)B Bony. The |>rl?.iner?. till Thp body of William Walkei missing BloodHeld cook-shop negro who disappeared Monday, has been found. The Daily Press stated yester? day that the belief was that the unfor? tunate negro had been knocked in the head, robbed and pushed overboard This seemed to be literally the case. It will be in evidence that William Jackson, win, works on pier No S and who boarded at Walker's place, invited Walker to accompany him to the wharf. They left the house together and Walk? er never returned. Jackson was arrest? ed upon the complaint of the missing man's wife, and the police began searching investigation. Litter Corbett Hewlet, a Portsmouth negro was arrest ed as an accomplice. Yesterday morning Chief Boatwright. who has been very...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 18 November 1898

FULLAjjOQATED PRE)) report FROM ALL 7 n &ai<y Press C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. ?WJDL1SHED EVERY MORN I NO EXCEPT Mc IN DAY ?Y THE Dally Press Company Limited. POSTOFFICE BUILDING. The Daily Press may he obtained every morning at the following place's Crossley Hros. Washington avenue. .1. A. i 'orey. A ere. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson. No. 7 ivy avenue Parties other th..n Ihoso having led- I g-er accounts with the paper, civic so cieties and military organisations, are required to pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An Increase of 23 l-:i percent, will be charged for tran? sient advertisements not paid for in advance and no transient advertise? ment will he booked for less space than one Inch. To illustrate: one-half inch Is ".(I cents, one inch 75 cents for one time, when paid in advance Ion they will be JI.iki if ( barged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering this notic e, wh.ch applies in al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 18 November 1898

? ftn Unusuallu I Km j * H0U$6* FOR SALB 4 Between Washington and La ft ? fayette Avenues. J Jtsast Location I Price: S2,60000 6 I $1,20 >.00 Gash 2 ? Balance on easy terms T i MULFORD & EDMUNDSt 4 15 5 lh\l SUtil a La Salle Institute De Hampton Roads, Grand Boulevard I and De Ba Salle Ave. For young men and boys. Commercial. Scientific and ! Literary. Also Military Tactics. Half I car fare from Newport News to La | Salle Ave. lt"or particulars apply at the institute. oc2-3m. Hotel apwlck. J R. SWINERTON. Manager. 8PECIAL RATES TO COMMERC^ TRAVELERS. ?mpi"CA N PLAN Vh. Transportation Co W. R. SCULL. Uanbr'.-. Storage Warehouse I Freight, Baggage, Safe? i ml- ' ture carefully and promptly moved. All kinds of oaullr.f, done at lov rate* Phono 2522. - n BOX 141. S. J. ?rovun Sc Co Dealesr-s in Land. Office nd Residence Opposite Poplar | Avenue. Phoebus, Virginia. NOTARY WITH SEAL. Lock Box 225 Hampton. Va. On the Baek River Road to the Right 150 feet from the C. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 18 November 1898

COURT OF INQUIRY Ordered to Meet at Norfolk Navy Yard. WHO IS RESPONSIB I Circumstances or the Abandonment an Im? of the Teresa Will I5e luvrsligat. ed. Pernmiuel of the Ccurt That Will Try the Case. (By Telegraph.) WASHINGTON, Nov. IT.?The Secre? tary of the Navy has ordered a court of inquiry to meet at the navy yard at Norfolk next Tuesday for the purpose of investigating the circumstances attend., in*; the abandonment of the Spanish cruiser -Maria Teresa, with a view to de? termining the necessity and responsibil? ity therefor. Details for the court are as follows: Captain Day. Commander Schotilder and Commander Tilley. with Captain Waller. Marine Corps, as judge advo? cate. WAR INVESTIGATION. Dr. Forwood and Gen. Young Defend Defend Conditions at Montauk. (By Telesraph.) WASHINGTON. Nov. IT. The Wat investigating Commission adjourned at i. o'clock today to meet at the Pi fill Avenue Hotel. New York, tomorrow. After concluding the work in Neu York the Commission will proceed to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 19 November 1898

Associated I Press f DiSDatcties i VOL. til, ISO. 27Q. CONTRACT SECURED For Overhauling Army Trans? port Manitoba. A PRETTY NEAT JOB Will Cont a Hundred ami Tn-euty live TruniHHiitt Dollarn. lteuiarkab:e Kevord or the La Grande 1* ches*e. The Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company has just secured from the government a large repair contract?the general and thorough overhauling of the big army transport Manitoba, which is now somewhere In West Indian waters, and which has been ordered to Hampton Roads. The work upon her will begin as soon as she arrives and the job will require about two months. It will include, among other things, the putting In of a number of state rooms for the use of the officers, and other conveniences. The company gets ?12r.,000 for the job. which will be rushed to completion and which will necessitate the putting on of a large force of men. The Manitoba was originally a freight -ship and was a sister to the transport Massachusetts. She has a tonnage of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 19 November 1898

^tte i a?B Press ' c. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. ?UDLISHED every m?~rnTng EXCEPT MONDAY IiY tue -^ailv Press Company tg? limited. |! 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. 7 Ivy avenue. > Parties otner th..n 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 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 this notice, wh.eh applies in all cases, irrespective of financial responsib...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 19 November 1898

Unusua?u House f i PG>F? SALB { Between Washington a.utl La 3 ; o Avenues. I fast Location i *picc .$2,600 00 61 $1,20 \00 Cash Balance on easy terms ? iulford & Edmunds! 135 fSlli&tiul *J ?e Ls Sa//e /nst/t??e npton Roads, Grand Boulevard Pd De La Salle Ave. For young men Jid boys. Commercial Scientific and ? Jiterary. Also Military Tactics. Half far fare from Newport News to Da Kalle Ave. For particulars applv at the I [Institute. oe2-3m. Stotel apwlck. g J R. SW1NERTON. Manager SCIAL RATES TO COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS. Transportation Co W. R. SCULL. Manhv-.. \orage Warehouse freight. Baggage. Safes i ,ni ure carefully and promptly moved. ""All kinds of naulicfc done at lo? ?tes sie 2592. - 2 BOX 141' ?. J. Brown <& Col Dealers in Lend lice nd Residence Opposite Poplar | Avenue, Phoebus, Virginia. TOTARY WITH SEAL. Lock Box 225 Hampton, Va. (On the Back River Road to the Right | 60 feet from the C & O. Railroad packs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 19 November 1898

OFFICERS RESIGN Brigadier General Phillips Quits the State Militia, HIS STAFF POES LIKEWISE Complete Krorcanliailon of Hie Virgin! ? Forcen Will Up tin- Iteflult. The I!ri^?. dler W?* Not Krcoinniemleil f..r An Appointment. 'Special to the Dailv Tress.) RICHMOND. VA.. Nov! IS. The so. ernor today received the resignations of Brigadier General Alonzo I.. Phillips and his entire staff and nothing now stands in the way of a complete reor ganizntiori of the militia forces ..f the State. Following are the members of ihr staff: Major W. M. Evans, assistant adjutant general: Major F. T. Sutton, quartermaster; Major John Glissons, ordnance officer: Major B. Leslie Spence. assistant inspector general: Major M. D. H?ge. Jr.. surgeon; Major Cyrus Bosseuix. commissary of subsist? ence: Major A. Sidney Lanier, judge ad? vocate general: Major A. L. Luinsden, inspector of rille practice and Major Benlamin Dennis. WAS NOT RECOMMKN V>EI >. General Phillips and Majors Evans. Spe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 20 November 1898

PAGES 5 TO 8 VOL. Ill, 1NO. 277. Ellen ?sborrVs Fashion Letter New York.?It's odd. if von think of it, that December should be tlie bud's month?that the death of the old year should herald the beginning-of the new life of the young girl. Hut so it lias been for generations of buds and blossoms. From the first of December to the first of January the older women step back, postpone their entertainments and hold themselves in readiness to welcome the buds, that find in the chill of early winter the at? mosphere to coax their flowering. The old-fashioned crush with its crowds of people trampling each other under foot as they tried to dance in a room not a quarter big enough, and with ten times too many poor flowers wilting, and a big band of music, and fifty or a hundred carriages tangled up outside?that blare of trumpets gave place to the simple debutante's tea. as the tea in its turn is now giving place to the more formal reception or mu sicale. ^ Whether or not a bride is always beau...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 20 November 1898

BEHIND THE BAT | - ?i By WILLIS BOYD ALLEN. ? >f; X WAS a bright, cool afternoon in early September, when a dozen or more high schoolboys were gathered on Readville common, eagerly discussing a subject which was interesting enough j to make their eyes sparkle and theii j voices all chime in together as the\ talked. "Now, hold on. fellows," said one of the tallest, raising his hand for si? lence. "We may as well do this bnsi ness up squarely on the spot. I'll read the challenge, if you'll nil keep still." The boys threw themselves on tin ground, and in various attitudes pre? pared to listen. Harry Hunter, the tall speaker, re? mained standing, and drawing a paper from his pocket, read us follows: "Jamestown. Sept. 1. 1S97. "The Jamestown High School Nino here? by challenge the ReadvlUe High School Nine to a game of baseball, to be played un Readville Common, on the afternoon of September 4, at three o'clock. "League rules to be followed. "HIRAM BLACK. "Captain Jamestown B....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 20 November 1898

Indeed, if we were 'tit gratified at the Iiilt increase in our business. True, we are offering great val? ues, which, with right treatment, may account for it- A case in point i8 our line 01 Men's Suits and Overcoats $G.50 Will buy an up-to-date fall Overcoat. $7.50 Will buy an all woo! Covert Cloth Overcoat. $9 00 Will buy an all wool, double twist Overcoat, French faced. Skeeiners satin sleeve lining; would be cheap at $12.r>0. $5.00 Will buy an all wool Cheviot Suit. Children's Vestee Suits, very hand? somely trimmed, at $l.9S and upwards. Will buy an all wool Harris Cassi mere in gray, drab and Ilairine stripes. $9.90 Will buv an all wool worsted effect, well worth tll'.UO. 310-80 Will buy our guaranteed imported black clav suit. uAiich is usually sold for $12.50. Our stock of Children's Clothing is compline. Knee pant? from 25c up. We also have a nobb> line of ho; and children's rc_-fers. Reliable Clothing House. :27l-4- Washington /\\ye-nue. Real Instate ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 20 November 1898

TO THE DEAD ?N Now rest ye safe, and sleep ye fair. My wearied soldiers In the South: No more the brazen trumpets bin re Nor cannon bellow at the mouth: No more the angry* flags are tossed Where trench and sullen fort defy; Where Death Is bred, and Ulfe Is lost ? So sleep ye, sleep ye len'derly. The nations wonder at your d The Pocts*slne them?croua > The Kings cry "Walt" to him And stand like beggars ut in: No more the yellow Hag Is down Like sickly fester on the sky, The crop of grape and shell U sown? So rest ye, rest ye tei/ivrly. Now rest ye safe, and sleei My wearied soldiers, don Those strange hills hold ou So sleep ye. ami forget the sear. God's peace Is where the swords crossed. And white stars-swing above the And rest Is found where life was lo So sleep ye. sleep ye tend. rly. ?Theodore- Kobens, In X. Y. Indepe 3 j gfeft? <# ?9? # # ffi ffi ffi ?8? ? How the Thoughtlessness of Travelers Makes Life a Burden & Car Etiquette Rules. - Copyrigh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 November 1898

f Associated I PF6SS DISDfltGlieS YOL. III, ISO. 278. PITIFUL TRAGEDY Young Lorton Harrison Dead 1P;; by His Own Hand. HEADACHE?HEARTACHE :jj5r*^? Two Benson* Assigned for His Rash ;c. ?ct. Coptoot Testimony Hefore Coroner Gary. Export KvldeoceGiven. A Friend's Statement. We, the jury, find that the deceased. Harrison, came to his death C-efTects of morphine adminis red by his own hand, and we, the fall to And frotiNthe evidence that iy antidotes were used to counteract e effects of the morphine." This terse, bare, but" eloquent verdict of a coroner's Jury, rendered at half past 10 o'clock last night in the office of Dr. Joseph Charles, tells briefly the story of a pathetic and sensational death. Richard Lorton Harrison, a boy of sixteen, bright, well advanced for his I ;-age, popular among his friends, died * early yesterday morning at his board? ing house, Mrs. McCulloeh's residence. : ;;:':No. 321 Twenty-sixth street. If the tes? timony before the coroner's Jury was ? .correct, h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 November 1898

rBTdiRQd ?lowing places*. Washington avenue. lOjJiestnuranl. o~. 7 Ivy uvenuc. [un tho?e having led the paper, civic so organisations, nrr transient adver An increase ol |be charged for trnn not paid for In lanslent advert Ise fcd for less Hiiac Illustrate: one-half he Inch 7!i cents f. in advance: hut iir charged. Tron? in save money by otlce. which applies* re' of financial Id, sir, to?(o nsl? ir daughter. "Humph! Appetite good?" "Not very." "How i- your pulse?"! "Very rapid when?-when I nin with her. Very treble tvlnin away." "'I'roiiblecl willl palpitation?" '?Aw fully, when I think of her." "Tnl.e my ililtifrjiler. You'll soon be cured Ten dollar.", please."?N. Y. Weekly._ iliul t'orn, "What ii painful, shocking way to tlil.e one's liclf OUt of the WOrltl It IIIIIRt be in drink rarltollcl acid," rente rked tin- young woman la I he fur jacket. "Shocking'/"replied the young wom? an in the yellow buskins. "It's worse than that. It's disgraceful. It's the way the Bcrvnnl girls comm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 November 1898

Geo. Peek (Mem. A. S. M. E.) AleclianiGal andGivil Enrjineer Installation and tests of. gas and steam engines, boilers and electrical machin? ery. Surveys, maps, plats, estimates on excavations and grading. 'Phone 423. HAMPTON, VA. NIG6 FOR SALB I Tietween Washington and La g fayette Avenues. * f Bast Location A Price 32,600 00 4 $1,200.00 Gash V Balance on easy terms f mulford & Edmunds! 135 25th Stntt I De La Salle Institute Hampton Boads. Grand Boulevard and De La Salle Ave. For young men and boys. Commercial. Scientific and Literary. Also Military Tactics. Half car fare from Newport News to La Salle Ave. For particulars apply at the Institute. oc2-3m. FINANCE AND COMMERCE Market Quotations From the Leading Business Centers. J. R. SWINERTON, Manager. BPECIAL RATES TO COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS. A.MF"TOAN \bT~ 1."?r'D.v PLAN Va, Transportation Co W. R. SCULL. Maua;-.-. Storage Warehouse Freight, Baggage, Safes * rnl ture carefully and promptly moved. All kinds rates. Phone 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 22 November 1898

ThcTGreat Introductory Sale of Pianos a Grand feuccess. al Instruments v by Delighted nos Going :it Taken the F Customers? Pi "f Half Price. The first day of the great piano sale High Grade" instruments was a ked success, several instruments be? taken by delighted customers. From indications our stock will not t ten days. It is not a hardship to purchase a no when you shut off all the expense ?ruing from different sources from ? manufacturer, all the way down the e. until the agent delivers It?which u do at this sale. Sack and every piano sold at this sale ings its fruit in from five to ten other Ies in the future. Each and every in rument sold on ils merits and fully ii ranted for live years. Splendid new upright pianos. "New gland" make, that usually retail at ? to $375. going at $187 to $190. I offer the finest $500 piano made, with ind-carved panels and Marquerite nits, for $298. Twenty-five dollars i-li and ten dollars per month 'buys ly piano in the ware rooms. I mention parti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 November 1898

c?'te'?''?"??<?"fb?'<>''t>?ifeii?uiaiiiift Associated I * LARGEST CIRCULATION VOL. Ill, JNO. 280. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1898. PRICE THE GREAT EVENT Newport News Contest on the Gridiron Today. ANALYSIS OF LINE-UP Good Material In Mutli Elevens, and a S< rappy Game May lie Looked for. Prospect of a Large Attendance. Those Who WIU Participate. The event of the day will he the Thanksgiving football game which will be played at Riverview Park today between the Newport News eleven and the Richmond College team. The game will be called at 3:30 shaip and there is every indication that the crowd will be a large one. It is true that New? port News, Hampton, Phoebus and Old Point will all send big delegations to the Virginia-North Carolina contest in Richmond, but there will b? enough of the enthusiastic lovers of the sport left to more than test the capacity of the park. Every arrangement has been made, and even with t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 24 November 1898

f?LLASOQATED PRE)) oVB Wf\t ?aiig -press C. E. THACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNINi i EXCEPT M< INDA Y BY T11 E Dallv Press Company POSTi IFFB :E 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. 7 Ivy avenue. Parties other th..n those having h-rl ger accounts with the paper, civic so? cieties and military organizations, are required to pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An increase of 3.1 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 f.u cents, one inch 7.". cents for one time, when paid in advance; but they will be $1.00 It charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, wh.ch applies in all cases, irrespective of financ...

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