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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 March 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB T B. SMYTHE. Entered 111 the Postoflßce at Harrisonburg an second-class matter. 1 THURSDAY, MARCH ft. WOO. OLDEST POSTMASTER. In Point of Service Uncle Joel Kew«om, of Alalia, Ind., Is Without a. RlTal. Sown at the village of Azalia, lnd., lives an old man, popularly known as Uncle Joel Kewsom, who proudly claims the record as tlie oldest postmaster in the country in point of -service. He iirst took charge of the Azalia offico back in 1559, afterwards receiving his commission from Postmaster General Blair. Since 1839 lie has been distributing the mail without n break. Once, when Cleveland was elected president the first time, .in attempt was made to oust liim. but it failed miserably, and ainco then no one has even ventured to dispute his AZALIA POST OFFICE, (Its Affairs Hav* Bean Administered l>y Joel Newsom Sinci> ISK9 > right to the office. It is generally considered that the only power whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 March 1900

The Evening News* THURSO A y, MARt JI s, mo. SOLD BY HER FATHER. Tktet Times Chief Corndropper Hiu ntipoaed of Bin Duatbtrr to Willing; Bidder*. Mary Corndropper has been sold by Auction for a third time. Her father, former Chief Corndropper, of the Osage tribe, stole a march on ins watchers and the sale was made before .any out' slder could learn what was going forward. The price paid for Miss Corndropper was 300 ponies. Miss Corndropper is an_Osagc halfbreed Indian girl of great beauty, who was educated at the government school at Powhuska, I. T. She is only *2 years MARY' CORNDKOITEIi. (Sold Into Marriage Threo Times by Her Greedy Father.) old, but she lias been married twicc before now, and caeh time she was sold by her father to the highest bidder among the full-blooded bucks of the tribe. Alary ran away from her two former husbands and returned to her father, only to be sold frnm the block I'or the third time. Ex-Chief Corndropper is 0110 of the tiebest of the Osage Indians. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 March 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND PEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. THURSDA Y, MARCH S. 1000. REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS. Primaries to l>o H«l«l Friday, March IG. The Republican State Convention will assemble at Norfolk 011 Tuesday, April 10th. The District Congressional Convention will meet at Front Royal on the 3d day of April—one week before the State Convention. At n meeting of the Republican County Committee, held in this place on the Jld of March, It was ordered that a County Convention shall he .held in Harrisonburg on Saturday, March 17th, for the purpose of electing delegates to the State and District Conventions. It was further ordered that pri- ' marles be held at cach precinct in this county on Friday, the 16th of March, for the election of delegates and alternates to the County Convention to be held in Harrisonburg. These primaries are to be held on Friday, March IGth. Tho following list shows the number of delegates and altern...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 100. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. fathered for t.lie Information and Rcneflt of Our Evening Renders, • Price of wheat today 70 cents. Princess Metnlic Uoof Paint at .lohn P. Burke's Hardware store. Mrs. Killey returned to Pleasant Valley Thursday. Staunton is importing l>eef cattle from Cincinnati. Special sale of Toilet. Soap Saturday and Monday at Smooth's. Mrs. Kirby McVey, of Ronceverte, is visiting her brother at Port Republic. Mr. .lames Barbour Newman, of Orange County. Is dead at the age of 98 years. Mr. Walter Sprinkel went to Staunton Thursday evening and returned this morning. Mr. Savage has finished thefoundation and sturteil on the walls of his new building. Messrs. <!. C. Spitzer audj A. 11. llosenberger returned from Philadelphia last night. Soaps, Soaps, on sale! Special sale at Smooth's Drug Store Saturday and Monday. Miss Emily Devler left Thursday for Washington, where she will visit friends for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 March 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) lIV EOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.l FRIDAY, MARCH i, 1900. The theatre of war in South Africa isthecentral point of suoremeinterest to tlie people of both Europe and America. The hostile forces are preparing for a great battle such as has not yet been fought. This can not be long delayed. Gen. Koberts must go forward oi*go backward speedily. The anticipated battle may be the decisive one. It will be a desperate v struggle, for one side is the reputation of a. great strategist and the valor and courage of the British, stimulated by a greed of conquest and of gold, whilst upon the side of the Boers rests the liberty and independence of the Transvaal Republics, Poised as to objects yet the advantage of numbers are on the side of the British. But the Boors know the issues at stake and their valor may prove nn overmatch for numbers. The creation of new offices and officials to fill them...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 March 1900

The Evening News, FRIDAY, MAIM TI !), JSOO. A COSTLY ENTERPRISE. »C tlie OlfllenUe* a I'neille Teleirrnpli Citblc AV'lll Ifnve to Overcome. 111 view of the constant activity in Atlantic cables which has resulted in a new cable about every two years since; the first successful cable of 1866, it stands- to reason, say-'. Seribner's Magazine, that the difficulties offered l>y the Pacific ocean must be very .great for the nineteenth century ,I<> reach its close without a definite scheme for spanning tlie Pacific by telegraph having been adopted. The difficulties may be summed up in a few words: First, the great cost of a complete system of cables; second, jthe extreme depth of water known to exist in certain parts of the Pacific and feared in others; third, the long distances between landing points, ami, fourth, the lack of intermediate points having an active trade. Tlio estimated cost, of the iirit.isli Pacific cable, for a single cable connecting- Van...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 March 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. FRIDAY, MAUCU 0, 1900. CROATS COMING NOW. rfllt Another Element Being; Added to the Oonumpolltnu Population. of Tills Country. Croatia is officially described in the nomcwhat complicated pcographlcal subdivisions of Austria as "a province of the empire forming with Slavonia a kingdom united with Hungary." Un--111 last year the tide of foreign immigration into tlie United States, which lias included people ot' almost every race and nationality, did not bring any material number of Croats, nnd in (ho census figures of IS9O it was not. thought! necessary to mak<e any separate subdivision 'for Croats, though Portuguese residents of this country, Greeks, East Indians, Turks, Pacific islanders, Central Americans and natives of tho province of Luxemburg were separately enumerated. According to tho figures presented at the barge office it appears that in 1898 the number of Croa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 101. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEEEST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. • fathered for the Information and Benefit of Our Kvenlnpr Renders. Price of wheat today 70 cents. The bicyclist are beginning to take advantare of the weather. Princess Motalic Boof Paint at John P. Burke's Hardware store. Some new furniture arrived Friday night for t ho I 'ni ted Brethren Church. Mr. J. W. Right will preach Sunday night' at 7:30 o'clock in the I'. P.. Church. Bev. A. S. ILumnael; will administer the ordinance of baptism tomorrow at Dayton at 3 o'clock. Bev. <J. L. Brown will preach at ('rods-Bonds Church, near Penn Laird, tomorrow at 11 o'clock. Mr. Wm. Bradford returned Friday night from Roston, where he had been enlled by the death of his father. Mr. .1. B. Saum and daughter, Sailie, went to Woodstock Friday to visit, relatives, and expect to return Monday. Mr. W. .1. Dinglcdine, cashier of the Bocktngham National Bank, arrived Friday night and is ready for business Wedne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 March 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS* BY ROB T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Po3tofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.l SATURDAY, MAIICH In. 1900. SOUTHERN DEVELOPMENT. The South is developing rapidly in Us industrial,commercial and manufacturing: activity, and reading over the statistics one is struck with wonderat the extent and rapidity of this development. Much of this is duo to its railroads, and among these there fs not one of them a more potent factor than the great Southern Railway systeui, which now extend* from the Potomac I'lver ( with connections further north) to the (iulf of Mexico. However, it is neediest to single out any one of these roads for all of them are apparentlj' governed b.v the same impulse, for the transportation rates are far less than those collected bv more northern railways, and we call attention to this in order that all of our people may have Information upon the subject ol railway charges, and also know where to Rive proper credit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 March 1900

The Evening News# SATURDAY, MAJt( TT 10. 1900. Hartl on 111* Honor. In a case ot .slander that was heard not long ago u lady had gone into th« ■witness box on behalf of the plaintiff, whose counsel was examining l her. "JCovr, madam," Ihe' lawyer began, "please repeat llie slanderous statements made by the defendant on this occasion, just as you heard them." "Oh, they are unfit for any respect able person to henr!" was the emphatic answer. "Then," said the examiner, coaxingly, "suppose you .just whisper them to the judge."—Tit-Bits. Itut Xot Distractedly '. "0, Harold!" thrillingly exclaimed the lovely heroine, throwing her arms about his neck, "do von still love me as of old?" "My darling!" said the stage hero, with rapture. "My soul's delight! Keep your awkward hoofs off that corn of mine, or I'll jerk that jute wig- off your blooming head!" But this was in a lower tone. —Chicago Tribune. Compulsory Kxerclar. "What do you think of the automobile craze?" "Great thing! I never took ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 March 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLINC COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. SATURDAY, MARCH 10.1900. From liriG firewater. Bkidoewatek, March S. G. Driver will go to Lynchburg next Monday as a witness before the U. S. Court against one Anderson ■who, it Is supposed blew the safe and robbed the post-office hero December 24, lStHi. Anderson is also indicted for other burglaries of this kind in Yirginln. Our farmers have been busy this winter hauling whlte-oalc logs to the C. & W. depot to bo shipped north. These logs are required to measure from fifty to seventy feet in length, and the price is $3.00 each, delivered at dspot. Mr. H. L. Lang, the jeweler of Staunton, and who recently returned from a trip to Cuba, spent sever.il days hero this week with his many friends. Mr. Lang lias rented Ihe Bryan property north of town. \M' - . Bryan and family will movetoßalti-' more in the early spring. Mr. Tjco Hammer is making arrangements to move to Basi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 102. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (lathered for the Information ami Benefit of Our Evening Readers, Price of wheat, today 70 cents. Princess Metnlic Hoof Paint at John J'. Burke's Hardware store. Mr. T. P. Berry spent Sunday in Staunton. The ground hog concludes his nap with this week. The old well-known "Ott corner" lias become the Bank corner. L. B. Smootz can be found at his drug store both night and day. Mr. Boy Cromer, of Dayton, spent Sunday in town with Mr. George Keller. Meswrs. Geo. E. Sipe, Charlie Horner and John Berry returned home Saturday afternoon ontho Southern. Kenneth Driseoll, brother of Ber. 11. S. Driseoll, has accepted a position In G. M. Etflnger & Son's store. A good deal of Biekness, principally from sudden colds, s reported to prevail in the McGaheystille section. Lost.—Saturday, a society monogram pin, engraved. Emma Catlette Staples. Suitable reward if returned to thi» office. Miss Nora Beery went...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 March 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) nv BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofllce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 MONDAY, MARCH 12. WOO. MUST LIE IN PARIS. Plan to Bring Back Bones of Paul Jones to B? Abandoned. Positive Identification J'ound to Ho Impodßlldr Monument May lie Erected to tlte American Jfnvnl Hero. The proposition to exhume the bones of Commodore John Paul .Tones and bring them to this country for burial must probably be, abandoned. The nary department at Washington has received from Lieut. William S. Sims, naval attache to the United States embassy in Paris, a letter on the subject, from which tlie following' extract is taken: "It is tho opinion of the ambassador that tho remains of John Paul .Jones arc definitely located in the area clearly indicated in M. tie liicaudy's report, but it appears to be a matter of conjecture as 1o whether I]ic actual remains of John Paul Jones could be identified. This would depend on whether or not he was burr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 March 1900

The Evening News* moxuay. marlh is, mm. SPORTS AMONG THE AFRICANS Many »f tlie domes Played by the -Vnlltm and Boer* A.re Takrn from tlie Kmxllnli. • Long years ngo it was noted (li.it wherever Englishmen went they took their national pastimes with them; anil on n recent "off day" at Mafeking, when the Boers hail for a few hours ceased bombarding, a cricket match was organized by the beleaguered garrison. There are other parts of the dark continent, says the Birmingham Tost, in which civilization is accompanied and stimulated by athletes, and an interesting testimony is 1o hand upon 1 hat head from St. Andrew's college, Kiungani, which owes existence to the universities' mission to central Africa. OT all the games played there by the boys, some of whoiA are freed slaves, football has the first place in popularity, though a few boys have shown a desire to learn a little more about cricket, and the smaller ones have a partiality for rounders. They had last season four "first-clatis" m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 March 1900

The Evening News* MONDAY. MARCH 12,1900. KIDNAPS "JENNIE JUNE." \nv York Caltman Becomes Confused nail Land* Her at the Wrong Pl«cc —Correct* ills Mlitnkp I,mer. Tho kidnaping of Mrs. Jennie June Croly caused more than the victim an unpleasant quarter of an hour. It < ame near wrecking the peace of some SQO guests at the Valentino reception of tho Now York Woman's Press club at the Hotel Manhattan. Tho whole .iffair was really intended as her birthday celebration, and n gold lorgnette set with diamonds and prettily inscribed was finally her souvenir of the day after this adventure. "Jennie June" had confided herself to a. cabman, and cabby did the rest. lie drove straight to the Manhattan Athletic club, left her smilingly bewildered in'the center of a group of men and rattled away. Mrs. Croly amiably inquired for tlic valentine reception, and nobody seemed able to enlighten her. She wandered on through corridors, in and out of reception rooms, and was still in n maze when...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 103. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OP INTEREST TO OTJR OWN FOLKS. Wathercil tor the Information and Benefit "bf Our Evening Readers, Price of wheat today 70 cents. Princess Metalic. Roof Paint at John P. Burke's Hardware store. Mr. John Garber left the this morning on the B. & O. Mr. Win. E. Manor spent fi short time in town yesterday. Mr.Thos.H. Burke went to Staunton this morning on business. L. B. Smooth can be found at his drug store both night and day. L. B. Smootz can be found at his drug store both night nnd day. Messrs. Harry and Otis Roudabush left Monday on n. len days visit to New York. Mrs. Clara B. Fry took her departure this morning for a couple weeks' stnv in Richmond. Mr. Albert Xey returned last night, after a visit to Baltimore, Washington and New York. Mr. W. A. Richcreek, of Bridge; water, was in town today, going home on the 1 p. m. train. Rev. Mr. .Tett, of Staunton, will preach in Emmanuel P. E. Church here tonight, at 7:"0 o'clock....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 March 1900

The Evening News* PUULihUKD OAIL.Y (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SHTTHE. Entered In me Postofllce ai Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 TUESDAY, MARCH 13. I'JOO. FAVOR CANAL PLAN. Secretaries Long and Wilson Think Progress of tlic Age Demands \lcarigna i'nanl nnd Pacific f'nblo. On the "Necessity of the Isthmus Canal," Secretary of the Navy Long and Secretary of Agriculture Wilson have written their views for the Independent. Secretary Long 1 says: "lam in favor of the Nicaragua canal and of a Pacific cable. They arc both necessities in this progressive age, and they are sure to come. Without having made a thorough study of the question, and holding my views subject to further light, I think they should be constructed and controlled by the government of the United States." Secretary Wilson says: "I believe in the isthmus canal. It will be invaluable for commercial purposes. It will greatly lessen the expense of transportation from ocean to ocean. 'When I was at Taeoma not long si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 March 1900

The Evening News* TUF.ShA Y, MARCH 1-1, I'MO Wliat'n In a Name. "What was tho matter with that young man who wanted to get on the detective force?" asked tho chief's; assistant, "He looked like an unusunlly bright fellow—in fact, I judged from his appearance that he had all the natural qualifications for becoming a first-class sleuth." "He was bright enough all right," the chief replied, "but when I asked his name that settled it. I'm not going lo let tho reporters have any more fun With this department if I can help it." "What was his name?" "Willie Ketchum!"—Chicago TimraTTerald. V Harder Experience. First Artist—Old Moneybags would not buy my pictures—wouldn't even look at them. Second Artist—Never mind, old mau. He was more considerate of your feelings than he was of mine. "How is that?" "Why, lie refused to buy my pictures l)ecnuae he did loo?c at them."—Brooklyn Life. HatflaniVs SlnlMter Scheme. First Former—l tell ye, we Americans ought ter remember that England is our enemy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 March 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY BELL FLOUR AND PEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. TUHSbA Y. MAIiCII VI. 1000. THE STATIC. Interesting Events in Neighbor- ing Counties. The Virginia Commissioner of Agriculture has recently received u number of inquiries for Virginia lands from men living in the North. Gov. Tyler has decided to order an election in the 4th Congressional District to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Hon. Sidney E. Epes. The date has not yet, been fixed lor the election. On March 23 Governor Tyler and Attorney-General Montague will meet the Governor and AttorneyGeneral of Tennessee in Washington, D. C., to fix the boundary line between Virginia and Tennessee. The Naval Committee of the House of Representatives at Washington revisited Newport News, theshipyard and the new battleships the Kearsarge and Kentucky on Saturday, find it is suspected that it was to gather information for the purpose of the Government establishing at that point an arm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 March 1900

Volume 2. Number 104. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Wat lined for (he Information and BeneM of Our Evening Renders, Price of wheat today 7o cents. Fletcher's Headache Cure is all right. No cure, no pay. The State Council of the J.O. i'. A. M. meets in Richmond todny. l'rince.ss Melnlir Roof I'aint at John P. Burke's l.lard ware store. Mr. A. Ij. Fridley was called to liia old home at Goshen yesterday by the critical condition of his mother. The glass has been put in Mr. J. L. A.vis' (store-front and makes quite an Improvement in the Mpppnrance of the place. Miss Nina Mol'i'et nud Mrs. White, who have been the guests of Cant. M. M. Slbert, returned yesterday to New Market. Buists and Philips tinrden Seeds, packages and bulk. Seeds Potatoes all varieties. W.C.Reii.i.y & Co. Paul Block, middle door. Mrs. Elizabeth Huffman, after spending a week with her daughter, Mrs. J. \V. Vart Lear, returned to Cave Station yesterday afternoon. Tho St,hi lit ...

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