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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 June 1899

KNOCK POWH»SHOE * SALE h / Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. PRICES UNPARALLELED AND UNfIPPROfIGHfIBLE. Quality Unsurpassed. We Keep Only the Best. HALF-PRICE SA-LE FOR THREE DAYS. -s MEB'S, LADIES' ARB CHILDREN'S HIGH AND LOW SHOES. =- No one Dares offer you goods in our line at our low prices. Attend oar Closing-out Sale. « v - WM. LOEB & SON. HOMESICKNESS IN THE-ARMY Tke Volunteer 4 * Malady That la tk« Hardest to Handle. It is the weariness of the heart which Is today most feared by the surgeons of the American army in the Phflippines; the hope failure for innumerable men of the army in Cuba after whose names eventually appears the entry, "Died, malarial fever." \ Physicians use the technical name "nostalgia" In describing the disease, but rarely care to attribute a death to it because of its many still unknown phases and unstudied symptoms. The dictionary definition of .this word is: "Morbid longing to return to one's home or native country; homesickness, especially in...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 June 1899

J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO, m.r— Fresh and Cared of all Kinds, Groceries, Produce, Family Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. 115 H. MAIN ST., NEXT TO POST OFFICE, HARBISON BURG, VA. Home-made Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely. pure and carefully made of best materials, and especially suited to the Summer season. — ~ Your patronage respectfully solicited. Lowest prices prevail always at this store. All orders receive prompt attention, and goods delivered in all parts of the city. Telephone connections in town and county. Call us up. I AT\nt Sells the Best Liquors of jfUl Kinds. He represents a number of the best distilleries in the U* S., and in his stock will be found everything kept only in a first-class Bar, and among them some rare, old mellow brands of strict purity. When you want the Best Whiskey, Wines and Beer, come to me. The celebrated Pabst Milwaukee Beer always on tap, fresh daily. Call when you want the best of all goods in my line. Re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 June 1899

Volume 1, Number 27. MEMORIAL DAY. APPROPRIATE EXERCISES CON- DUCTED YESTERDAY. Judge John Paul Delivers the Oration of the Day Before a Large Assemblage. Memorial Day was fittingly observed here yesterday. That noble band of women, the Ladies' Memorial Association, had arranged an excellent program and everything passed off nicely and pleasantly. Early in the morning old soldiers from all parts of the county and their friends began to gather here to do honor to the brave but fallen song of the South. At the appointed hour the procession formed on the west side of the court house and marched to the Woodbine cemetery. John B. Saum was grand marshal, and following him came the Bridgewater band. After this came the S. B. Gibbons Camp C. V., followed by the Daughters of the Confederacy, young ladies representing the Southern States, little children, and then the Sons of Confederate Veterans and the fire companies. Arriving at the cemetery, the procession formed around the soldiers monum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 June 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) ROB'T B.'sMYTHK. W ( Entered In the gocond-cl—a ( v WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7,1899. THE FOTXBTH OF JULY. In the midst of a multitude of prolong duties we have omitted calling attention to the propriety of Harrisonburg making preparation for a Fourth of July celebration here this year. Late as it it, yet there is time to arrange for calling our people together and thus mark the day as one that should neier be neglected. If only a modest celebration should be held, and we would suggest old. Taylor Springs as a very suitable place, it is not too late to make the effort, if promptly begun by our leading citizens. Let a movement be begun at once to' celebrate our National Anniversary. Patriotism demands it as well as duty. It can be done fittingly without an elaborate program, or great orations. Let it be done in a sort of picnic style, and ail speeches be short and off hand, perpetuating in the minds of , the younger people the memories due to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 June 1899

-1-SFeCIAL KNOCK POWH^ S'SiSCIIE SA L E :\H FOR I r-. • ' Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. FRIGES tiFfIRfILLELEDfWDUNftPPROfIGMBLE. t Quality Unsurpassed. We Keep Only the Best. FOR THREE DAYB. BEN'S, LADIES' ?WD CHILDBENS HIGH ADD LOW SHOE& =- I i No one Pares offer yon goods lo «or line at our low prices. Attend onr Glosin£ont Sale. WM. LOEB & SON. A* llfi FmM ilik "I tuk two gals down street last night to git 'Sin some ice cream," aaldOeorge Washington Snowball,' "bat when I got down I'mos 1 -had a fit of heart diseased' "What waa the trouble? Did they ajek fjr a second helping?" "Becon helpin nothln. Dey didn't ebim gttdeHrat'helplri." "What was the reason? Did yon discover that you had left yonr money !at home?" "Np, sab; dat wasn't what waa de matter at all. We went down- street jus' las happy as yon please, ash, one gal ea ?ach arm, ypu know, an when we got in sight ob de Ice cream saloon I read dat aign, an I fought I should drap dead." "What did the si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 June 1899

CROCKERY,GLASSWARE LAMPs. FULL XJITSTIE OF Giiina .water, Tea and cuamDer Sets. dry GOODS every description. Notions, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear. + KINDS OF TINWARE^ ZW Men's Dress and Working Shirts and Overalls at the very lowest prices. A. 6. LOeWSHBACH. 7-iiu. Next to Ott's Drug Store. J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO., nFfII.FUR I N S Fresh and Cared of all Kinds, Groceries, Produce, Family Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. 115 N. MAIN ST., NEXT TO POST OFFICE, HARBISONBTJRG, VA. Home-made Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely pure and carefully made of best materials, and especially suited to the Summer season. Id# 0 Your patronage respectfully solicited. Lowest prices prevail always at this store. All orders receive prompt attention, and goods delivered in all parts of the city. Telephone connections in town and county. Call us up. T>AT TiAMB— Sells the Best Liquors of $11 Kinds. Tfi> TrMiresents a number of the best dis...

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

Volume 1, Number 28. THE U. S. COURTS. THE FIRST AND SECOND DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. J. P. Hamilton, ol° Augusta County, Sworn in as Foreman of the Grand Jury. Further report of the first and second day's proceedings of the United States District and Circuit Courts are given below. Tuesday, June 6. J. P. Hamilton, Esq., of Augusta County, was sworn as foreman of the grand jury, which returned two indictments for violation of the revenue laws. Names witbheld from publication for prudential reasons. The following petit jurors were empanelled for the trial of causes: John W. Hopewell, S. F. Gilkeson, Augusta County; Jacob Metz, J. F. Burkholder, Frederick; Isaac Koontz, Page; Z. P. Pulse, A. A. Howard, Rockingham Countv; R. T. Painter, James S. Gochenour, Shenandoah County; F. S. Gardner, Warren County, also R. M. HoufT and M. C. Hogshead, of Augusta, substituted for regular drawn jurors excused from attendance. Accounts of G. W. Martin, U. S. clerk at Danville, proved and certified to Depar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 June 1899

The Lvening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHg. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.] THURSDAY, JUNE 8,1899. THE BOEB SEPDBLIC. Paul Kruger, the President of the Boer Republic in the Transvaal, South Africa, iB a wily old fellow, whom Great Britain has never been able to overawe or beat in diplomacy. Sir Alfred Milner, British Governor of Cape Colony, has just concluded a visit to President Kruger, endeavoring to settle the Brit" ish contention that the English people in his dominions should have representation in the lower house of representatives in that country. This President Kruger resists. All the diplomacy and sophistry Great Britain has been able to employ for years has gone for naught, and aB usual the Boer President has come out on top iu the conference with Sir Alfred Milner, and this gentleman has returned to his home, if not successful, at least wiser. During the lifetime of President Kruger Great Britain will not be a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 June 1899

The Evening News, Til VUS DAY, JUNE S, 189.>. She Didn't Like the Job. •'I used to work for a collection agency in one of the northern citiea," eaiil a lady perfumery drummer, "and my experience was tolerably exciting. My duty was to sit at a roll top desk ita the office und impersonate the proprietor. Light work, did you say? Just yon wait. All day long men would come in red eyed to lick the boss. 'Where's the fellow that sends out these blackmailing letters V was the usual salutation. Then I would smile sweetly and say: 'I'm the proprietress. What can Ido for you ?' At that the visitor would look dazed, mutter things under his breath and walk off. "Well, things went along all right for nearly a month. Then one day a little, wiry chap walked in carrying a black cane. 'Where's the boss ?' he said. I gave the usual fairy story. 'Don't believe a word of it,' he replied, 'still I can't beat a woman.' He thought awhile, and something in his eye made me feel creepy. 'I'll have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 June 1899

CROCKERY, GLASSWARE LAMPS, .A. IFTTLL LINE OF cnina. water, Teaanfl Gnamtier m. DRY GOODS EVERY DESCRIPTION. Notions, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear. -Ai-i- KINDS OF jgp Men's Dress and Working Shirts and Overalls at the very lowest prices. A. e. LOeWSHBACH, je 7-lm. Next to Ott's Drug Store. J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO, ppn IN/ — Fresh and Cured of all Kinds, Groceries, Produce, Family Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. 115 N. MAIN ST., NEXT TO POST OFFICE, HARRISONBURG, VA. Home-made Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely pure and carefully made of best materials, and especially suited to the Summer season. Your patronage respectfully solicited. Lowest prices prevail always at this store. All orders receive prompt attention, and goods delivered in all parts of the city. Telephone connections in town and county. Call us up. PAT I wilt Sells the Best Liquors of Kinds. He represents a number of the best distilleries in the US., and in his stock will b...

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

The Evening News. Volume 1, Number 29. AT MOUNT CLINTON. THE WEST CENTRAL ACADEMY EXERCISES. Our Special Correspondent Gives an Interesting Account of the Proceedings Last Night. At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, at UVost Central Academy, commencement exercises began by the reading of Grade* and Distinctions, the class poem by N. A. Cropp, and "The Prophecy" by W. J. Hammer. Two choruses were given by the chorus class, in charge of Mr. Brunk, and a piano solo by Miss Ada Miller. The class poem and "The Prophecy" showed much work on the part of Messrs. Cropp and Hammer. Last night was the banner night of commencement week at the Academy, and an unusually large audience gathered to witness the closing exercises. The program began with invocation by •/lev. W. C. Hagan. Miss Hannah Martz followed by reading an address of welcome; then Miss Flora Good with a song, " The Man of Sorrows." Then followed the address by Dr. W. S. Currell, of Washington and Lee University, after which the cert...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflee at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! Fit ID AY, JUNE 9, 1899. There are over twenty-five hundred graves in Stonewall (Confederate) Cemetery at Winchester. Most of the Southern States are represented by monuments, some of which are very handsome. The monument over the mound of the unknown dead is a very imposing one. and on its top stands a truthful representation of the Confederate soldier on guard. This cemetery has received and continues to receive a great deal of attention fiom the Ladies' Memorial Association, to whose efforts its beautiful adornments are due. Costa Rica and Nicaraugua are reported on the brink of war again. If those-feeble little Governments down in Central America don't fall out and fight about once a month nobody down there appears to be happy. Uncle Sam should delegate Mexico to spank these boys and make them go home and attend to their proper business. Major...

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

- The Evening News. E RID AT. JUNE 8, i*99. THE POOR SALESMAN. One of the Ways He la Tortured by Exacting Shoppers. On the shelves of nearly every dry goods store in the city are rolls of goods which have been hauled off the shelves from one to a dozen times a day to be exhibited to possible purchasers. The exacting shoppers have become firmly convinced that such exhibitions of the open ends of rolls cause them to become slicpworn. The result is they ask the clerk to cut their order from the inside end. This means the unrolling of the entire bolt for a possible three-quarter yard purchase, but it has to be done. A fashionably dressed woman stepped into one of the Nicollet avenue stores the other day and asked to be shown some ginghams. On the shelves was a brand new stock of ginghams which had just the night before been taken from the boxes in which they were shipped from the factory. They hadn't been shown to any one except possibly the buyers down east, and then these particular p...

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

CROCKERY,GLASSWARE LAMPS. i s LATEST STYLE OIF Decorated China, Dinner, Cumber and Tea Sets AND GLASS WATER lemonade SETS. DRY GOODS F.VEKY DESCRIPTION. Notions, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear. % KINDS OP TINWARE.,. I®° Men's Dress and Working Shirts and Overalls at the very lowest prices. A. e. LOeweHBACH, je 7-lm. Next to Ott's Ding Store. J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO, ■ nFAI.FRS IN/ Fresh and Cured of ail Kinds, Groceries, Produce, Pamily Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. 115 N. MAIN ST., NEXT TO POST OFFICE, HARRISON BURG, VA. Home-made Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely pure and carefully made of best materials, and especially suited to the Summer season. JSP* Your patronage respectfully solicited. Lowest prices prevail always at this store. All orders receive prompt attention, and goods delivered in all parts of the city. Telephone connections in town and county. Call us up. LAMB—>• Sells the &est Liquors of Kinds. He...

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

Volume 1, Number 30. A GREAT INDUSTRY THE LARGEST ESTABLISHMENT IN THE COUNTY. The J. P. Houck Tanning? Co. Distrib. iites Thousands of Dollar* Monthly in This County. Today's edition of the Evening News is one of' the most important issued up to the present date. Ever since the first issue of this little daily much space and attention have been given to home industries and town improvements.— These articles have been of considerable advantage to the whole people of our rapidly-growing little city, for before the advent of the daily News there was only cursory and desultory mention made of these important matters. This was probably not so much because of indifference to such matters, but that the growth of the town has been so natural and constant as to excite little comment. Hence there was neglect in this important particular. To those, both at home and abroad, this information possesses especial importance, and is sought for with avidity, which shows there is strong interest felt...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY HOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! SATURDAY, JUNE 10,1899. A Chicago detective, who had been sent down into Georgia by some busybodies of that city, who have more concern apparently about their neighbor's affairs than their own, has returned to the "windy city" and reported that Sam Hose, the negro who was lynched in that State recently for indecently assaulting a white woman, was an innocent man, and his lynching, therefore,an extremely outrageous affair. Thereupon the puritanic snivellers of Cook County, 111., in general, and of Chicago in particular, went into convulsions. Whenever the element living North, who by their false teachings have ruined the Southern negro, in making them believe that because they were invested with the right of franchise they are thereby m'ade the equal in all respects of the white Anglo-Saxon race, shall change their course and cease to be instigator...

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

The Evening News. SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1899. PLAINT OF A MIL'LIONAIKt. No Fan In Life For a Mail Who Bit Acquired Enormous Wealth. What is the smallest income on which a man may live in New York? was the question I asked today of a noted banker, whose income cannot be less than |100,000 a year. "Well," he replied, "my household expenses alone amoant to |25,000 a year, and I do not see how I possibly could live on less than that.'' Then a reminiscent smile began to cross his countenance, and, heaving a little sigh, he said: "But the happiest time of my life was when ray wife and I and two children lived here on $2,500 a year. After all, happiness doesn't depend on the amount of a man's income. "I was quite intimate with William H. VaDderbilt when he was considered the richest man in the country. I met him one day in Fifth avenue and said to him that he ought to be the happiest man in the world. 'I am not,' the great millionaire replied. 'My health is shattered, and all the mcneyl posse...

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

G. ML EFFINGER & SON Desire to call especial attention to their line of Faivcy LaWi\s, Orgarvdies, Piques ai\d White Goods Generally. We have made quite a success [with them this season, and they have been pronounced the prettiest in town. Our line is still unbroken and our prices are the lowest. HfIMK AND SIB AND JUDGE FO YOURSELVES.^— CROCKERY,GLASSWARE LAMPS. I — LATEST STYLE OIF > Decorated China, Dinner, Gftamber and Tea Sets Water SETS. DRY GOODS EVERY DESCRIPTION. Notions, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear. % -»■ ' KINDS OF TINWARE,., Men's Dress and Working Shirts and Overalls at tlie very lowest prices. a. e. LoeweHBACH, je 7-lm. Next to Ott's Drug Store. J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO, , nFfII.FBS IN Fresh and Cured of all Kinds, Groceries, Produce, Family Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. 115 N. MAIN ST., NEXT TO POST OFFICE, HARRISONBURG, VA. Home-made Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely pure and carefully made of bes...

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

Volume 1, Number 31. VIRGINIA SENATORS DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE TO MEET IN RICHMOND TODAY. The Question of a Convention to Nominate a Candidate for C. 8. Senator to be Considered. Richmond, June 11. —The meeting of the Democratic State committee tomorrov, which is to determine whether a convention shall be called, will be the most important one held by this body for many years. It is expected that the meeting of the committee will be largely attended, as the friends of both the convention and the anti-convention move- merits have done all thev could to induce the members to be present on this occasion. The Senatorial Reform League, which is composed of twenty members, will be present. Hon. J. C. Parker, of Southampton, who has been chosen as the spokesman, will submit the argument in favor of calling a convention. The other side will be represented by able and earnest speakers. The committee will probably be in session several hours, as it is expected that the session will be an interes...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 HONDA Y, JUNE IS, 1899. ASSEMBLY PABX Is it not time to be dressing up Assembly Park for the summer and fall season? There are many people not aware of the existence of this handsome and commodious park at the north end of this city, which oould so easily be made a place of recreation and health and amusement for all of our people. Assembly Park has been considerably advertised, it is true, but like all other advertising, the benefits to accrue from it come from persistently keeping at it. But the object of this mention is indicated by the question with which we begin it. We do not know who are the owners of this property, or who has charge of it, but we do know it presents an opportunity, for some on 6 or some company of broad and liberal ideas, to realize handsomely on a new enterprise of practical utility and one of great publiobenefit. In an eff...

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