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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 13 December 1898

S. J. Brown & C?o } Dealers tn Land. Office nd Residence Opposite PopJar Avenue. Phoebus. Virginia. NOTARY WITH SEAL. Lock Box 225 Hampton. Va. On the Back River Road to the Right 350 feet from the C. & O. Railroad tracks, signs 11 around It. we have 100 Lots or more graded, laid out In streets, 300 trees plaDted; look at It. We call it '?Heinickei*' If you want an honest bargain to lots, to speculate, or build, see Mr. Heinickel. the Baker of Phoebus, or come to me. Either of us will put you on the ground floor, as to prices. There can be no "handicaps" or "back caps" about this. We w"' the first few lots at cost, and give you your own terms. This property is owned by A. Heinickel and the undersigned. S. J. Brown <S Co., PHONE 453 PHOEBUS, VA. LOCK BOX 225 HAMPTON, VIRGINIA Geo. M. Peek. (Mem. A. S. M. E.) MecHanical and Civil Engineer Installation and tests of gas and steam engines, boilers and electrical machin? ery. Surveys, maps, plats, estima...

Publication Title: Daily Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 13 December 1898

OrPiCQU?RT' Turbulent ?nti-Dreyfus D monstration in Paris. DEPUTIES IN FREE FIGHT Holest Uproar In the French Chamber Inllamumtory Speichen Stir Up i lie Memtormmi I'aud.uw iuui Go' -mi- Speakers Huutotl. tf\a you LIKE lilHE ROLL OF HONORP^ooR last chance IT OR'.ANDO-fls I ramem1: fashion. Names and Grades of the Pupils. (r1s, Dec. 12.?The Prefect of Al? bas suspended the Mayor of Al for a month, on account of a eech made by the Mayor, who is a Ibid anti-Semite, attacking the Gov? ernor-General. The Minister or the in? terior has increase'd the suspension to three' months. This is Intended as a warning to the Algerian anti-Semites, whose recent violence and threats have been causing a panic-, among the Jews : in Algeria, which has demoralized bus? iness. ' M. Milevoye and the Comte de Kamel. ~^^both members of the Chamber of Dep? uties, "headed an anti-Dreyfus demon? stration this afternoon. They marched to the Chereho Midi prison where Col? onel Plcquart is confined, but they s. we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 14 December 1898

lSS%l<IT.f? ? PfXSS VOL. III, NO. 297. THE NEW JAILPUMS Expert Opinion on the Two| Sets. IUESTION OF A ROOF Investlgatlug G?iumiit?e of thn Iln.iuoK? | Men's Association Still to Make 111 K -port mii tli ? Li -galtty of the Contract. Some months ago. the Business Men's Association appointed a committee to Investigate the charges made that the | present contract for the new jail was il? legally and wrongrully let. Later on j a committee, composed of practical con- I tractors was appointed to pass on the | relative merits of the plans proposed by the contractors who got the job and the ones who didn't, the Van Dorn Com j pany, the idea bein;c that the report of i this last mentioned committee would } be of assistance to the investigating j committee in formulating its report, i Some way or other Messrs. Via, Cnle man and Moore, of the contractors' / committee, never seemed able to get to- I tp'^'ether. and the report on the plans was j ?*V delayed. At the meeting of the ass...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 14 December 1898

al. near the depot tula week, one leg being cut off by a L-eight train. Mr. Plug Johnson, of the Acre, hurt himself right ha?'.y last Monday while hopping wood for a white female on Twenty-ninth street. He hail been warned several times against chopping wood with a new ax when the sign w not right, but paid no attention to 1 friends. lie only < tu ..ff a chunk of h s | toot weighing about a pound, but he ruined a good pair of shoes and it will be unite a while before his genial pres? ence will be seen circulating among tin boys again. l,,e Mr. Asbestos W. Hicks got In; nto argument with an unknown man at the ton card party given in honor of his si.-tor. l,ot >Miss Roseola Hieks. night before last, too The unknown had m.; been Invitati ed to the festivities. Mr. Hieks is shy ? tie ear. hut he is having a door mat made out id' the hair the oilier Cello left behind. The Figaro will publish next week an? other of Mr. Perkins Milton's beautiful poems. This one- is c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 14 December 1898

Christmas ill isoon be Here We invite our patrons to call at the Store now?today, and do what purchasing that can be done, and avoid the erront rush which will be on us. Buy your Ribbons and Silks for Fancy Work. Buy the present now thnt you expect to make. Do not delay for the last moment. 500 dozen Ladies' and Gents' Handkerchiefs 100 pairs Blankets of the best values 50 cents pairto$4 Ladies' Jackets, Black Kersey $4.98. Ladies' Jackets, Black Kersey, silk lining $0. Germantown Yarns and Zephrys. Slippers and Wool Soles. Legging of all kinds. Gome Quick 10 Queed ?frreet Hampton-V a S- J. Brov/n &e C^o. Dealers in Land Office nd Residence Opposite Poplar | Avenue. Phoebus, Virginia. NOTARY WITH SEAL. Lock Box 225 Hampton, Va. On the Back River Road to the Right 350 feet from the C. & O. Railroad tracks, signs 11 around it, we have 100 Lots or more graded, laid out in I streets, 300 trees planted; look at it. j We call it \ '?Hoirticfcer? If you want an hone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 14 December 1898

Six Story ?ince Sulding Go? ing Up the Plans anu details Will Ii ih- Tall.',I |.i Ii? (mii lar? null Willi? Comiii?u ?<l Ill r ll-.ITV. rrom present Indications, the corner ;f Washington avenue and Twenty-sev? enth street seems lik.-ly to b.one on< of the must Impiirtant in the city, and j the most imposing. There is shortly tu | erected un the northeast corner, when Hies,, two thorough fa res intersect. ; handsome six-story olllce block, to bi an I W. Silsbv, ol on. I) ig tin the pri occupi. in Site d b. B. Henley ?t Bros., the ?gents for Mr. Sllsby trnl ill h Ity. He ng six star lie the tallest building It will b,. I w.i stori Hraxton building ai lank, i he ity from and if Mi II. if the omas H. Ilenlev & Co. ley has contiri.I the rep ilsby v. ill build and Mr. Si s.i staled that the building up as soon as the prepar; III hit at th. ihich fronts .led and turn the bout [ner, on Iwas the iliss ged re iva MS. uise a to the ates was Ige.? * an reP ter ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 December 1898

VOL. Ill', NO. 298. FOR THIRTY DAYS Police Offleer S. W. Gid dings Suspended. AND ALSO REP IMANDED Ttie Blow That OlHcerS'rork K. K. Lookinr Wan u Ezpxanlii Oae lo That Poll?.-? mx?'? Ke?-llnc? and P.ickrtbnok. As the result of striking a man, who rather more than intimated that he was a liar, Police Officer S. W. Glddings was last night suspended by the Board of Police Commissioners for thirty days and severely reprimanded. The origin of this excellent officer's difficulties are by this time well known. Mr. Lookins keeps a saloon In Rocketts This saloon the officer pulled one Sun? day in the latter part of November, charging the bar-tender with selling li<rUOr on the Sabbath, and also that the house was a disorderly one. The case came up in the Police Court the following Monday and in the course of the officer's testimony, Mr. Lookins twice intimated that the statement of the witness was false. After the evi? dence was in, Lookins and the officer came on out in the stree...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 December 1898

cvious expan well that not e" is available I showed that or Swipe's t el early involves e of his rural d wli-t came irtor of Swipe Swipe's hand' |lhe telegram mi] Enquirer. ]i ha.ia. to lit ?lollies soiled tug; -I fell iD nts on?" have time to 'em."?N. V. va.B she: ?hrough fxivc't f f\S> YOU ORLANDC? f s 1 n fashion. LIKE IT I tin' tr, !t was up( n his & ? (act i. scknk i. $ DRUG MAN'S DEAF CUSTOMER. He was deaf?deaf as a post, and when he went into the Washington ave? nue drug steie and laid a physician's | prescription down on the counter in front .if the proprietor he bawled: "Hey. have- you got this?" The druggist sized up the old gentle? man and his infirmity at the same time. He saved time and his vocal chords by smiling and nodding an affirmative. "Then put it up." said the customer, seating himself upon a stool, while the drug man retired behind the prescrip? tion case. Tin.- druggist's junior assist? ant brought the medicine out to the ..Id gentleman ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 December 1898

J. Brown & (^o. Dealers In Land Office nd Residence Opposite Poplar Avenue, Phoebus, Virginia. NOTARY WITH SEAL. Lock Box 225 Hampton, Va. On the Back River Road to the Right 350 feet from the C. & O. Railroad tracks, signs 11 around It, we have 100 Lots or more graded, laid out" in streets, 300 trees plan'.ed; look at it. We call It ?H^inickei*? If you want an honest bargain in lots, to speculate, or build, see XI r. Heintckel. the Baker of Phoebus, or come to me. Either of us will put j'ou on the ground floor, as to prices. There can be no "handicaps" or "back caps" about this. W? win ->n the first few lots at cost, and give you your own terms. This property is owned by A. Heinickel and the undersigned. S. J. Brown & Co., PHONE 453 PHOEBUS. VA. LOCK BOX 225 HAMPTOM, VIRGINIA Geo. M . Peek. (Mem. A. S. M. E.) Mectianlcal and Civil Engineer Installation and tests of gas and steam engines, boilers and electrical machin? ery. Surveys, map...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 15 December 1898

ISfer. Vol e* Ii tes jlting atoi Ichiof esti suf s to flirty :t reft (Lores :'!Yow Icon n b. |iera jittc load It on was SAVED rP.OM THE SEA. ! light More Survivors or the Londonian W: eel: Arrive. (By Telegraph.) BALTIMORE. lice. 14.-Eight addi lonal survivors of the crew of the lost teutnship Londonian were brought into hi;- port tonight by the North German Moyd steamship Maria Rickmers They are Captain E. B. Lee. Third .iffleer Joseph Cottier. Boatswain 5ehm. Quarter naster (.'arisen. Abu Seamen .1. E. Webb and W. Carness. -??coi ii Steward 1>. Darnell and Second ?ook W. Martin. These, with forty-five previously res ued by the Johnston Line steamer Vodamore, complete tie- list of survi? vors, eighteen having been lost in the tternpt to leave the disabled ship in >ne of her small boats, of the latter. .wo were cattlemen, and the balance .cor.- members of the crew. When the Maria Rickmers sighted the .reek, a heavy swell pre vailed, mak ng it dlllicult to launc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 December 1898

flss^Glatt? ~<3?? ~3?0.*? VOL. III, NO. 298. iin tu CE Plans of the Congregation ox St. Paul's. WILL SE*T SIX HUNDRED Structure Will C .?t llmuwaTrn an.1 Fif? teen riioimnuii IP .Hurt?, Vrofoab'.y be I.ue >te<< ou :i4tli Street, Kmw en W?stiiugtou Jt L ifayelle A ves. Some time late in the Spring, or, pos? sibly, not before early Summer. the congregation of St. Paul's Episcopal church will be worshipping in their new building, which will probably be erected on Thirty-fourth street, between : Lafayette and Washington avenues, though a definite statement of the '? proposed site has not yet been given to ! the public. The vestry at its last meeting dis- ! cussed the features of the new struct- ? ure. and suggested their ideas to the 1 architects who are now at work on the | p'.ans. which will be submitted at the next vestry meeting, to be called by the' lector. Rev. J. Francis Ribble, some1 time before Christmas. The plans ac-: cepted. bids w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 16 December 1898

WITH THE ELECTRICIANS. It is stated that a deserted and mined house al Dartmoor. England; has been struck by light niugover200 times. This is a strong refutation of the old saying tbsc lightning never strikes twice in the same place. The municipality of Paris has recog? nized the value of electro-therapeutics iu adding a new wing to the hospital at La Saltpetriene. which will be devoted exclusively to the treatment of dis? eases by means of electricity in its va? rious forms. Electric power for sewing machines has heretofore been applied from the motor to the spindle through gearing, but a now German electric sewing ma? chine lias the power upplied directly to the spindle. A curious state of things was ob? served iu investigating the electrolysis of water pines in Dayton. O.. in which tt was found that stones and pebbles near tiie pipes in some cases seem to have been electroplated with the metal ci l lie pipes, which one of the experts believes has never been observed be? fore. Nex...

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

J. Brown &(io. Dealers in Land. Office nd Residence Opposite Poplar Avenue, Phoebus. Virginia. NOTARY WITH SEAL. Lock Box 225 Hampton, Va, On the Back River Road to the Right 250 feet from the C. & O. Railroad tracks, signs 11 around it, we have 100 Lots or more graded, laid out in streets. 300 trees planted; look at it. We call It ?H*>inickel" If you want an honest bargain in lots, to speculate. or build, see \lr. Helnickel. the Baker of Phoebus, or come to me. Either of us will put you on the ground floor, as to prices, i There can be no "handicaps" or "back ! caps" about this. We win ->ll the first fjw lots at cojt, and give you your own terms. This property is owned by A. Helnickel and the undersigned. 8. J. Brown & Co., PHONE 153 PHOEBUS. VA. LOCK BOX 225 HAMPTQ*, VIRGINIA Geo. 1V3. Pee (Mem. A. S. M. E.) MeGtianiGdl and Civil knefmeer Installation and tests of gas and steam engines, boilers and electrical machin? ery. S...

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

Hflttl! I war wer? Mn finkney. Wade fcard. of South to exte::d tu;-: LTMiTS. Movement rn Knut to Make -n Foot City Lars? ibablo t!-at ?! u!?tl Units the lirst of t New? ?XI' king it. i ?'in. Mil 5. it is 7,-oh i Palo fana. Monterey was Se.,;i ,,r Jrmies hi their In Vera Cruz to Jrhinent in that iillaiu Ouitnian. ? :<n<1 fei our Southern ed proportion than did thos ? |king to . er rds or the <? oi? ls showing that -holding states ided. those Who and Stripes "t qual In numb i |iemselvi - ConTedoiaoy Ins was souudei ?opie of ne pit 11 with more fer lid those ef tin one were riior. ifidently bell ill readilv s a bill thai ?in-. 1 that the legis le good s-iiso .. is this l'or it rritory desired as ; News lies to tii {tending to Hampto ilia: Sailer's Cree i n boi II inti ill pi thi do for an ** <r\fc CSnrtty Ctwvr. Oontrt?Want 1? Newlywcd Biggfie???! '??ok: ig w glum about? Sin *h?V;hy the gyp&y fortune-teller ; itji" jus.? iold his ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 December 1898

f ?Press I Dis?atclt?s f VOL. Ill, INO. 290. NEWPORT NEWS, VA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER STREETS AXD StWEI Character of Improvements Contemplated, f AN IMPORTANT TRIO, (ravloe, M irk-t II Boiui? Will fr 1| <. rliitr - lubly t>? Vor?l 01 I'to- IV.'Imhl- l>ivin> Tl At !#<><> ()04t. City Engineer Fitchett is receiving a flarge amount of information from va? rious brick firms about street paving, and by the time the city is ready to -do the work., there will be plenty of material to select from. Indeed, there will be an embarrassment of ric hes, for nearly all of the best firms in the country have been communicated with, and heard from. The Ordinance Committee now h the subject of issuing the remain! 390,000 worth of bonds, and will i at the next meeting probably ordinances providing for Improven) to which this amount shall be del when the citizens have vot bonds, which will be some time January. the first ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 December 1898

3fc NAVAL MYSTERIES. SVnr Venne]? of tlieCnlted Stnte? Tbai Have Disappeared. Curious disappearances and accident* to our war.-hipe characterized the early hi gory of our navy, and In spite of nil the LOT I efforts of tb.' navy deportment to explain i trie e.-uise of ihe disasters many of them sre as absolute n:ystories '??dar as when if they ha; pened. Wiiuu the eovernmont built ten new gunboats to prosecute the war against I Tripoli in lijUS, ttiny wen. sent our, a* as thev were finished und before they ti? the were n. her am nt Ogelvie she I.; I:e seal of tl w York July I'D. \f md of l.iiiuciuinc s leared Sandy II..ok I ? teartl from agnin. j q til on board before ! > ' ? dinary accident was thr-.t Mononga ita Cruz in 1807. While at a! .'nor in the harbor a tremen? dous tidal wave lifted her upon its crest and carried her clean over tho town of again without .. the boat to any gr< tit Ihib I extent. Tin receding wavo landed lier tin this ? the beach instead ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 December 1898

?J. Brown &to. Dealers Ira Lane:. Office nd Residence Opposite Poplar Avenue. Phoebus, Virginia. NOTARY WITH SEAL. Lock Box 225 Hampton. Va. On the Back River Road to the Right 150 feet from the C. & O. Railroad tracks, signs 11 around it, we have 100 Lots or more graded, laid out In streets. 300 trees planted; look at It. We call it "Ht>inickt>!" If you want an honest bargain In lots, to speculate. or build, see Mr. Helnickel. the Baker of Phoebus, or come to me. Either of us will put you on the ground floor, as to prlcer. There can be no "handicaps" or "back caps" about this. _W? win Ml the first fe.w lots at cost, arid give you your own terms. This property Is owned by A. Helnickel and the undersigned. S. J.Brown & PHONE 453 PHOEBUS. VA. LOG* BOX 225 HANIPTO*. VIRGINIA Geo. (Mem. A. S. M. E.) ?ecUaniGdl andGivili&nQinee. Installation and tests of gas and steam engines, boilers and electrical machin? ery. Survey...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 17 December 1898

|d that ho wore a augers, light hair, ami ; luul three pieci . a dress suit ease ie two Cornier ivi re to the point stated, iji cheeked. or this individual was ter. ile had awakened boarded a streel ear. Hampton. At Queen wn, he was seen In wax ed. The conductor as simply his wuv and being a man who with another man's lot him alone. But tic let the conductor the car stopped. I i ? eel jit. . He wanted another .\. vrportTfews so quick that ? . i'ing to e::p-!n;n the situn '???'iifid suddenly to have bc ied with galvanic batter! s. ti r finally could contain ifii?cr. He asked the wihi ? :i . rth was the matter with will I! man explained graph oi lucidly. He had lefi his there. He did not know ex c bei had left his grip, lb 1-9 left his grip in the .. Ohio waiting room, hm ave Ijeft his grip on the street ttty-jeighth street, or on tin .ie. ijor he had just, he said. from Richmond. One thing rtiiin of. and that was th.it I.Mill in that grip, and he was to toid it. IT the car, danced a ...

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

ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES. VOL. Ill, ISO. 300, SEEKING A BIG LOAN Foreign Power Negotiates for American Money. THOUGHT TO BE RUSSIA j Agents of the Prospective Horrowcr Ar? rive!! in New York. First Instance of a Foreign Government Apply? ing to Our Financiers. SET - (By Telegraph.) I CHICAGO. Dec. 17.?Ja/ies H. Rckles. president of the Commercial National I Bank, said: "I am creditably informed that a ; great foreign power has sent represen? tatives to the United States, and that ; they are now- in New York for the pur rose of negotiating a loan of immense proportions. If the source of my infor? mation is reliable it is the first instance in the history of the Cnited States of a foreign power borrowing here." The Chicago Daily News says: "The statement may startle the gen? eral public, but in the financial world the report will cause no astonishment, although the action will be unprece- j dented In the monetary history of the country: "For nearly two months money has j been 'the ...

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

ffi??NS IN SHIPS Twelve Contracts Held Shipyard. KEARSARGE'S DOCK \Vitl Take riacc Next Week. Contract Re? ceived t? Overhaul the Jamestown. Another New franc Under Construction. w '- -'?*- - Fifteen million dollars, in round num? bers, represents the cost of naval and merchant work under construction at the shipyard. No other yard in this country has on hand anything like as large an amount of work and. indeed, no other plant can approach, in cost of construction under v. ay, within $3,000,000 of that on hand at the yard of the Newport News Ship? building and Dry Dock Company. Contracts for twelve large ships are held by the company and work on six of them is progressing at a lively rate. Helow will be found a complete list of the ships building here, together with their cost and dimensions. Ke&rsarge (battleship),' contract price, j 52,225.000: displacement, 11,520 tons; length '.WS feet: beam 72 feet 5 inches; J draft 23 let R Inc hos. 1 Kentucky (battleship), sister ...

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