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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 May 1899

THE EVENING NEWS MONDAY, MAY 8, 1899. TEACHERS' COLUMN. Appointment of Committees of the R. T, A—Programme for the Next Meeting. The standing committees appointed for the Rockingham Teachers' Association, for the term ending March, 1900, are as follows: Finance Committee —J. C. Thomas, B. F. Kirkpatrick, Miss Fannie B. Mauck. To examine the books of the secretary and treasure at the close of each quarter and report condition. Program Commitee—H. S. Hooke, J. S. Wampler, J. H. Floyd, M. A. Good, Miss S. Fannie Speck. Shall meet at least one month prior to the regular meeting of R. T. A., make out a program giving due notioe though the county papers. Methods Committee —E. U. Hoenahel, P. M. Kagey, P. H. Werner, Miss Bell C. Hannah, Miss Mamie Ralston. May suggest improvement in methods of instruction in the different school branches taught in our schools. School Management—W. H. Keißter, D. B. Wampler, C. D. Wyant, Miss Mollie Henton, Miss Fannie Kagey. May suggest improvements in gov...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 May 1899

THE EVENING NEWS MONDAY, MAY 8, 1898. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR TREASURER. I am a candidate or the office of Treasurer of Rockingham county and respectfully solicit the support of my fellowcitizfwitf at the election to be held on Thursday. May 25, 1899 E. W. Carpenter. FOR SHERIFF. I respectfully announce my candidacy for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Rockingham county. Should the voters of the county see fit to renew the trust reposed in m'-. four years ago, I will serve them faithfully and efficiently, to the best of tuy ability. J NO. A. SWITZER. FOR COUNTY CLERK. I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the position of Clerk of the County Court of Rockingham county. Appreciating the kindness of my many friends in the past, I respectfully ask their support at the coming election. J. S. Messerley. lam a candidate for County Clerk. I ask the support, of my friends and fellow citizens at the polls. D. B. W ampler. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. I hereby announce myself a candi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 May 1899

The Evening News. Volume 1, Number L LOCAL HAPPENINGS SHOBT NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR NEW READERS. Details of the Comings and Goings of Your Friends and NelgHbors, with May's Happenings Briefly Stated. John L. Sullivan went toLinville this afternoon. Mr. C. H. Coueh, of Rockbridge county is in town. Miss Sallie Curry., of near town, left for Trenton, N. J., today. Rain has fallen here every day or night for just one week past. Capt. B. G. Patterson was in Newport News, and Richmond last week on business. Messrs. David Sites and P. W. Pugh, •of Broadway, were among the guests of ;town today. The wheat crop shows a goon deal of 'improvement, especially since the red•cent rains. M. B. Calweil, Arthur Sprinkle and iFrank Woodson left yesterday for Newiport News. About twenty-five negroes passed Ahrough here this morning enroute to Washington, Pa. Train No. 9 of the Southern road was •one-half hour late today, owing to a late train on the main line. Mr. J. H. Linsay, of Bcidgewater, was ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 May 1899

The Evening News, rtJBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. gJCkitered in the Postofftce at Han second-class matter.] TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1899. The canned-oeef court has singnally %ifed to damage General Miles in the wtimation of the American people as a -joldier and hard fighter. Thinly-dis- guised lies, such as is the beef-inquiry report, do no damage to any man, ex,iept members of the court, and cast indium on "investigating" courts gener- ally. Mr. McKinley may congratulate S&e court on its genius in reporting, ihit ho will not have the hardihood to jfjprove the report. There are two places in our paper lifc&t we hope may never be crowded — ih® police court records and the obitucolumn. Mfe know that however ■VBii people may like a little newspaper setoriety, they don't want mention in ifcoße columns. If you want to keep iC'for names out of these columns though, -«&.y all you have got to do is to keep on f&nsiiig and doing r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 May 1899

The Evening News. TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1898. CONCERNING SOUP. flow Various Odds and Endi May B® Utilised In Its Preparation. The cook who would succeed in sending good soup to the table must take care that she has strong and excellent stock ready for it, and the economical housewife will soon find that stock does not always require meat to be bought for its production. The water in which mntton has been boiled, the bones taken from rolled ribs of beef or from any boned joint or poultry, will make excellent stock for a family soup. The trimmings of large joints or cutlets, the shanks of lamb or mntton or ham, and the large bone of the sirloin of beef will all add to the stock pot and supply a good foundation for the soup. Soup should never be made with hard water, unless it is of green peas, whose color is preserved by the hard water. The rule as to quantity is one quart of water to a pound of meat without bone. If the quantity of water is diminished, the soup is increased in strength and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 May 1899

The Evening News* TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1899. FASHION HINTS. •he Preferred Mode In Stationery anil Minor Matters. Mourning toilets should always bo simple. Flat trimmings are preferable, and for jewelry (lull jet or black wood Is iJone allowed. A line of whito may be worn at the throat and wrists and inside the edge of the bonnet. Sorao fears ago black hats were almost Universally worn, accompanying even the lightest gowns, but this season there is a chango, and it is not possible to have millinery too gay in oolor. Pale gray hats With gray trimming and white hats with White trimming will go well with any toilet, but decided colors are apt to be inconvenient for a woman who cannot afford a Variety of different hats. Most stationery now has a cipher. The Cipher Is small, it the top or left hand Upper corner of the street. Light, soft greens, blues, lavenders and grays being favorite tints for paper, the cipher is usually white, and there is often a white border. Light rose pink stationery ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 May 1899

The Evening News. Volume 1, Number 3. LOCAL HAPPENINGS SHORT NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR NEW READERS. Gathered by News Reporters, who are Alert and Active in Gathering Items for Interested Evening Readers. Hon. J. S. Harnsberger was in town today. Jasper Hawse went to Pleasant Valley this morning. Wm. M. Garber, of Bridgewater, left yesterday for Richmond. Col. O. Roller went to Staunton this afternoon on court business. Gen. John E. Roller left on this morning's B. &. O. train for Staunton. Mr. Smith, of Luray, is visiting at the home of Mr. W.W. Winkley. Hon. John Acker was in town today, looking after the political situation. G. B. Gannon, train-master of the Southern was in the city yesterday. Col. D. H. Lee Martz left this evening for New Market and adjacent points. Jacob Funkhouser, of Hinton, paid the News office a pleasant call today. See The Evening News sign in the Court House. It was painted by Wilbur M. Myers. Mr. J. T. Harrison, Jr., is absent in Richmond this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 May 1899

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS; BY ROB T B. SMYTHE. [Entered iu the Post-office at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! WJ4DNEXDA I', MAY 10, _ LEI HIM ALONE. Abraham Lincoln always gave as advice, "It is not a good time to swap horses when crossing a stream. This is the way it looks to us about the appointment of Roar Admiral Watson to fill the place of Admiral Dewey at Manila, "whenever the Admiral wants to come home." This looks the least bit as an invitation to the great Admiral to "come homo." Kear-Admiral Watson may be as.good and skillful a commander as Admiral Dowey, but it would be a mighty big job to make the American people believe it just at present. Yet we should not impose duties upon Admiral Dewey that may result in permanent injury to his health, or from climate conditions surrounding him, and injure his life, but if his health has not tailed him every American citizen would feel easier iu mind if Admiral Dewey shall be allowed to remain where he ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 May 1899

The Evening News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1898. VARIOUS NOTES. Silks For Bodices and Spring Hosiery and Gloves. The new taffetas have white or black gtripes or dots on a colored ground, and these stripes and dots are of velvet, chenille or satin and aro an attractive novelty. It has been announced many times that blaok stockings are condemned by fashion, but nevertheless they hold their own and are as well worn if not as universally worn as ever. Colored hosiery is much used, but a large class of elegant women prefer black to any other for general wear, i White and pearl gray gloves continue to ■* |] e preferred, although dead white is perhaps not quite as fashionable as those indescribable shades which have the effeot of I white, but are yet shadowed with a ting* of color. A suspicion of suede or fawn or I drab is rather more pleasing than absolute chalky colorlessness. The stitching may be dark or light, acoordiiig to taste. In fancy shades of kid yellow appears to pre- dominate. Glace...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 May 1899

The Evening News* WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1899. NASHVILLE'S TRIP. fVHY HER MISSISSIPPI CRUISE EXCITES SO MUCH INTEREST. Firot righting Slilp of Her Sise to Sull So Far Up tl»e Fnther of Water*—She Fired the Fimt Shot of the War. The trip of the cruiser Nashville up the Mississippi is furnishing many thousands of citizens with their first glimpse of a real warship manned by real war heroes. A fighting ship of this size has never been sent as far up the river as St. Louis. Consequently the Nashville is as much an object of interest as a circus in a country town. Deep sea sailors have an extreme dislike for navigating inland waters. They face a hurricane at sea with calm confidence, but when they take their ships into fresh water they are as uneasy as an elephant on a bridge. A few years ago, when the Concord was taken tip to Cairo, she accomplished the trip without the slightest difficulty, and it was believed at the time by experienced river men that the craft might as easily have complet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 May 1899

The Evening News. Volume 1, Number 4. LOCAL HAPPENINGS SHDRT NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR NEW READERS. Gathered by News Reporters who are Alert tand Active In Gathering Items for Interested Ereatag Deader*. B.iD. Dechert went toi Broadway on business this morning. Br. D. W. Switaer and wife, of Mt. Crawford, were in town yesterday. Tbo copious rain of this morning reenforced the mud supplyon our streets. Neat Monday being oou rt-day, the NEwe extends an invitation to all to "come see us" Mrs. Ed. S. Conrad left yesterday afternoon for Charlottesville, where she will visit friends and relatives. Little Mabel Dwyer, the,pet of all the citizens of north end, is ■suffering from an injured hand caused by <l nail thrust. W. >£-. Moffet, travelling freight agent of the B. & 0., has been in town a few <deys in the interest of his company. "Pax''.', in his own fine style, indulges in some unusually pleasant reminiscence in >today's issue of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 May 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS; BY KOB'T B. SMYTHE. f Entered in the Postoftice at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.] THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1899. The Hou. Jerry Simpson, we are p' ;ased to learn, is advancing right a!ong. From a seat in the national Houße of Representatives, he is now in the editor's chair, conducting the Kansas Commoner, at Wichita. We always did have confidence in Jerry's ultimate triumph. Now that he has reached the highest round in the ladder of fame, we extend a fraternal hand. According to dispatches the United States and Great Britain have formed another aliance. It is said that at tho disarmament conference to be held in The Hague on May 16, these two powers will insist that all international disputes hereafter shall be settled by arbitration or a tight. This is about what the convention will agree to. Because The Evening News has not reproduced all the complimentary notices received from State and local contemporaries, is no reason to beli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 May 1899

The Evening News. THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1899. MILLINERT inOTES. Colors and Styles of Warm Weather Fine Milan straws are again in stylo. The braid is used alone or combined with fancy braids of other kinds, laoo braids and chips. There are very open braids, through the intorstices of which are run bands of straw of a different color. Piece goods of woven straw and chip are also to be obtained, very soft and flexible, which are used for draped toques. When these goods are of an open character, they are lined with mousseline de soie of the same color as the trimming of the toque. Tulle and mousseline hats are a feature of the new styles and are very pretty as STRAW HAT. ■well as being light and comfortable to wear. The great fault of many hats is their weight, which is bad for the head and the hair. A comparatively large hat of tulle or chiffon, even although covered with ruchings and puffings, is so light as to be no burden unless it is loaded down with other trimming. Bright oolors are c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 May 1899

The Evening News. THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1899. ft GRAPHIC ACCOUNT. END OF THE RANGERS WHY THE FAMOUS TEXAS ORGANIZATION IS TO BE DISBANDED. How This Most Pietnrencine Band of Heroic Fig;hter» Came to Be Organised and What They Did For the Lone Stnr State. The Texas rangers are to be disbanded. Legislation to that effect is now progressing and in a short time the most picturesque «rganization of fighting men America has ever known will have passed out of existence. As a matter of fact, the rangers have been -little more than a name for nearly a decade. At present not more than 50 are left, a mere handful compared with the numbers which once patrolled the frontiers of Uncle Sam's biggest state. There is nothing melancholy in the passing of the rangers, nothing discreditable. To the contrary, the disbanding of the rangers really means that they have done their work so thoroughly that it is apparently finished for all time. The necessity which demanded their existence was one of which Texas ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 May 1899

Tolusae 1, jNxi.iE.ber 5 LOCAL HAPPENINGS IHTETNOTES OF INTERIKT TO OOUR OWN FOLKS flstbertti by News Reporters, wbacre Alert Active la Gathering'ltewe for Mntereste4 Gvealßg Readers. , Th»«eason for moth balls haaarrived. Tlime'.now to " overooefcs until ncKtiJall. CfcW-les Winffield, «rtf ißrotfdway, retiHinadihonje. Kr, ijno. E. Miller,, of iKeeaJletown, was ik. town yesfcerdaf. W. Hj. Dechert weol north on the early itsain this morautg. William Funk, of ttnidgewsater, has gone >tor Newport Stewa to <acgage in business. B.t£.HPattie, of is in the <olty to-day, and wiiil •remain until Monday. A icamload of floe wa£nut tluasber was shi[ified. v-ia the C. & Wvfrom t&i* place yesterday. W. C.Ghowalter left tfebS'inoffniiCg for a trip to southwest sectios -of the.oounty, Day toe, (Rushville, etc. I. Hollander informs us that the clothing .trade is moving .wiith more business, while his prices are .going downward. Some 'heavy oak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 May 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) ROE T B. SMYTHE. Entered ill the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter ] F KID AY, MAY 13,1899. JUSTICE AND COMMERCE. Justice and commercial interests have come in conflict as a result of the recent court of inquiry into the bad beef furnish- Ed the army during the Spanish war. A peculiar situation is indeed presented. Beyond all shadow of a doubt the charges brought against the beef pack- ers by General Miles and sustained by hundreds of officers and men of the army, have been proven true. Both the court of inquiry and the President liave hesitated between justice and cora- rnercial interests in announcing their To have sustained General Miles and his soldiers would result, of course, in discrediting the great beef packing industries of the country. This, it is claimed by the friends of the great corporations, would practically destroy these great enterprises, as enormous quantities of canned beef are * sold to foreigne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 May 1899

The Evening News. FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1899. HOW TO TRtAT MUMPS. Beasonnlile Hints on 11 Painful Ail- ment of Children. Mumps is most frequent between the ages of 5 and 15 years, and, as a rule, the same individual has it but once, says the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. It runs its course in from two to three weeks. The inflniumation begins in one cr both parotid and other salivary glanda and rapidly extends to the surrounding tissue, causing swelling and great pain. The left parotid gland is most frequently attacked first, the right parotid becoming implicated two or four days afterward and often later. Sometimes only one side is affected. The attack is rather sudden, the first symptoms being a feeling of languor, great depression, chill fever with a temperature of 101 to 103 degrees F. Dry skin, quick pulse, headache and convulsions occur in children wh6 are subject to them. These are followed in a day or two by stiffness and great pain in the angles of the jaw, the mouth being opened with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 May 1899

The Evening News* FEW AY, MAY IS, 1899. A NEWSBOY HERO. old Maaoot, Who Was Wonmled lit a Charge. Fame in large lamps has come to tittle redheaded, 13-year-old Artlmr Gluckman. Only a few months ago he was but an obscure San Francisco newsboy, subject for a greater part of the day to the arbitrary commands of parents and schoolteachers. ToSay he is the haro of the whole American army in the Philippines, and the Vspecial demigod of the Twentieth infantry. Why? Because he was wounded in a charge with bis regiment and has a Filipino bullet as well as a bole in his leg to i prove it. I Arthur lived with his parents at 2126 Bush street, San Francisco, until late ARTHUR gluckman. last fall. He sold papers for profit and went to school because he had to. When the war broke out he caught the martial fever. He tried all known means of being sent to the Philippines, but failed. One day he saw the Twentieth infantry marching down to board the transport. He followed, mingled with the soldiers, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 May 1899

The Evening News. 1, TSTumber 6. .LOCAL HAPPENINGS LrVINOTEE OF INTEREST TO OUR 'OWN FOLKS. (leathered by Notts Reporters, who are /Melt and Active tin Gathering Items far Metered Evening Readers. Wheat 64 .cents to-day-Miss Mitnif..£ullivan rent to Steawton ■to-day. "Boiling b®i*''ls heutd'.p warm emauflh iiuame for it. Mr. George (Kuliet'd, ©f Melrose., w-as "in town to-da®:. Mr. J. C. Sifceigle returned from aitriflp ndown the Valley today. Mrs. W. K.'Compfcm and daughter ■ left this moroi/og- for Steu:nton. Mr. W. L. Tancey went to Elkton ito,,day to attend several warrant trials. j: .'Mrs. Henry '.Bastfeci is suffering iftrom anattack O". ton?ilitie at this writiing '.Confederate cause, 'hut, not Confedepr:.ate fare at the CaldwelLroom. Dinner, :235c. •Mr. P. E. Pettecord,'G«a.eral Baggage Agent of the B. J& ;0., was in town yes-' ■ tenday. Mr. S. E. Lim£emood,.of the NEWS • o<fioo, went to Eliiton this evening to \visit his mother. Tfce crops procciee .v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 May 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB T B. SMYTHE. .Entered ill the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as secoud-class matter.] 8A TUIIDA V, MA Y 13, IS9D. Alger forced Gen. Davis on the com. mission as a member of the "beef court'i of inqury. Gen. Davis is a bitter and TelentlebS enemy of General Miles. AlSger has rewarded Davis by appointing Inca military-governor of Porto Rico in place of Gen. Guy V. Henry. The latter as military-governor in Porto Rico -was "the right man in the right place." He. had won the loyal regard and devotion of all of the people of Porto Rico, ■and his administration shows that he is possessed of ail the necessary qualifications for the post he occupied, including •patience, toleration, ability, and requisite knowledge of his business. Gen. Davis 1 supreme qualification consists in devotion to Alger, whose favorite he is. Thus Algerism "goes marching on. - ' Why President McKinley does not rid aiuiself of Secretary Alger is "one of those thin...

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