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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 March 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postoillco at Harrisonburg as second-class matter I WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1000. If the matter were properly brought to their attention thousands of people from the Nortli would spend tin? summer among the many delightful resorts of thin historic Valley. lis richness in historical associations is known to all who have read the history of the United States, but hardly one person in 11)0,000 north of Mason and Dixon's line lias ever heard of its grand wcenerv, its healt hgiving waters or niagnifleient climate. Could these people only be informed that a summer visit to this section would mean not only a visit to the theatre of the civil war but a visit to a section most richly endowed by nature with everything that appeals to the seeker after health, rest, or pleasure, they would In a few years make this the greatest summer-resort region in the I'nited States. In rcsponso to an article intimating that the ...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 March 1900

The Evening News. WEDNESDAY, MAPJ ir 11, MOO. yOTTNft MAN HONORED Judge Taft Appointed Civil Govern- or of the Philippines. HU Friend* Tliink Tlint lie liu» (lie Ability an«l Kxperlenee Xecen*Hry to it Slnble f.oeiil Government. Tho president lias selected .Judge William H. Taft, of Cincinnati, to lie the first civilian governor of the territory of tho Philippines when that territory is established provisionally by tlie executive, if congress fails to legislate to that end within the next two months. Judge Taft's appointment and his inducement to surrender his life position on the bcnch are attributed to Judge Day, formerly secretary of state nnd president of the Paris peace commission, as well as the most trusted friend and adviser of the president. Judge Day brought Judge Taft to Washington nnd joined with llic president in urging him to make the personal sacrifices required and to take up the great, responsibility. It became known to several officials that (he president's first i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 March 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY BELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 11. WOO. Y. M. f. .V. Directors Meet. The Hoard of Directors of tlieY.M. C. A. met last night at the Y. M. C. A. rooms, but there was not a great deal of important business before them. The following members were present: Wni. Dean, president: Dr. E. A. Herring. J. W. Klght, J. C. Staples. W. 0. Swltzer, Col. I>. H. Lee Mnrlz, (i. ,\t. E (linger. If. Chandler, and .1. C. Beery. The minutes of the last meeting vrere rend and approved after an amendment, making the junior membership fee $2.50 instead of $2.00; the president stated that the object of the meeting was for theconsideration of means to liquidate a small debt, so that they might enter upon «, new year without any finance en- cumberances. It wan upon the recommendation of Secretary Kight and the Religious Committee, tlint they decided to invito Evangelist Williams, of Richmond, to hold a scries ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 March 1900

The Evening News. Volume 2, Number 105. LATEST WAR NEWS IHfOBTANT NEWS TN A FEW DAYS. Oreut Britain will Itlot Out tlic Two Republic.* From tb«s Eartli. fSpednl to the Evening News.] Washington, March 1"). Tho reply of Lord Salisbury to the message from Presidents Krugerand Styne, which was transmitted through our government, was received at a late hour last night by Secretary Hay, through Mr. White, our charge at, London. As already indicated in tlie London dispatches, the answer is a declination of the appeal. It has been transmitted to Mr. Adelbert Hoy, Fnlted States consul at Pretoria, who will submit it to tho two presidents. This act marks the end of the first overture toward peace. It is believed here, however, that nnother effort will soon bo made by the Boers to attain peace, though recourse uiay beliad to some other agency than the T'nited States. London, March 14.—A. few hour* should bring important dispatcher from Lord Huberts. No word has conic from Blopmfontieu today, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 March 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. BMYTHE. Entered in the Post,office at, Harrisonburg as second-class matter 1 THURSDA Y, MARCH IS. 1900. MARVELOUS VIOLIN PLAYING. fithel Cnlltins, n Tnclr<>Yeiu-OU fltrl, A*tonlshe» PaMcnserj in the St. Louts Depot. Ethel Calkins, ngecl 12, traveling nlone from Alliance, Neb., to her homo in Duke, Ga., created a sensation at the Union station, St. Louis, the other day by ihe skillful manner in which she handled the violin. The little mite was waiting her train in the matron's room, when a traveler dropped a nickel in the slot of n machine in the main waitingroom and started it to playing. The air was the intermezzo from "Cavalier in Busticana." Ethel, attracted by 1 he. music, stood silently by until the machine stopped; then, quietly remarking: "I can beat that," opened n violin ease and took frcm it n genuine Stradivarius, which she proceeded to put, in tune. Then she drew the bow across the strin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 March 1900

The Evening News. THURShA Y. MA IK TI 7.7. I'JOO. GEORGE N. WISWELL. iWiaooniin Han .liipainled Sergeant* nt-Arms of (lie ilcpalillonn Notional Convention. George N. Wiswell, of Milwaukee, who has been appointed sergeant-al-arms of the republican national convention to bo held in Philadelphia next June, is a man of acknowledged ability for organization and executive work. In the handling of political conventions ho is already experienced, having beeu assistant sergaant-at-nrms of tho republican national convention at Chicago in IKBS, in Minneapolis in IRO9 and ja\ Ajut' wSJESsSSk [ // / / / y IIEORGE N. WISWELL. (Sergeant-at-Arms of the Coming Itcnub- lloan Convention.) ia sr. Louis in IS9O. His choice lias proved very satisfactory to his party in Wisconsin. Mr. Wiswell is a Wisconsin man by birth and is now 4S years .old. Beared on a Xarin, lie grew to n strong- and healthy manhood, and gained a good school education. After learning the tinner's and plumber's trades he established ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 March 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News, THURSDA r, MARCH hi, 1900. CERTIFICATE OF ORGANIZATION Of The Rockingham National Uauk of llniTisonltnnr. No. 32(11. Tneas en v Dei'artmi;:.t, Office op Comptroli.eic Or Tni: Cohbency Washington, I). C., March 7tli, 1900. Whereas, r.y satisfactory ovldenco presented to the undersigned, it liom been mado to appear that "The Rockingham Nation 1 Hank of Harrisonburg," In the Town of ifarrlsonbu'g. In the Count* of Rockingham, and State of Virginia, haw complied with all the provisions of the Statutes of the United States, required to be compiled with before an association shall be authorized to com- " mcnce the business of Ranking; Now TiiEnhFonn I, Charles O. Dawes. Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby certify that •' The Rockingham Nutional Bank of Harrisonburg," In the Town of JJurrisotiburg, in the County of Rockingham, and State of Virginia, Is authorized to commence the busin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 106. REJECTED OFFER. TEXT OF THE INTERVENTION NOTE. England \Voul«l Not Accept tlie flood Offices of Any Power. London. .March In llie house of commons today, replying to Mr. William Redmond, Irisli nationalist, who asked whether the government of the I,'ntted States lind offered its good olllccs to her majesty's government; with the view of bringing about penco in South Africa, the government leader, Mr. Balfour, said her majesty's government would not accept tho intervention orany power in the settlement of Snath African affairs. At the conclusion of Mr. Balfour's reply .Mr. Redmond aslced whether intervention was not allowed in the case of Venezuela. Tho following is the text of Mr. Balfour's reply to Mr. Redmond: "Tho United Slates charge d'affaires. March 1" communicated to Lord Salisbury the following telegram from Mr. Ilay: " ' liy way of friendly and good otlice, iiirorm the I'.riU.ili minister of foreign nfi'airs that I today received a telegram from 1 lie ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 March 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflco at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1000. Ola; llaitlo Sugar raclory. More 'Vermont maple sugar is made every year in Davenport, la,, from cheap yellow sugar flavored with veg«tabla extracts than can be produced from all the maple trees in the whole »>tato of Vermont. Currant jelly is manufactured from the cores and parings of apples utilized after they have been evaporated; glucose, sugar, a vegetable acid and some coloring and flavoring matter complete the delicacy. lie Melleres In Lnck. The German emperor is n believer in the luelc attending horseshoes, never posses one by, and was once seen walking home through the streets of Berlin tarrying a huge shoe in his left hand. Want* n Code nf Georgia. The following letter was received the other day by a bookseller of Atlanta: "Dear Sur: Will you pleas sen Me a ICodc of Georger, so I kin know how to practi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 March 1900

The Evening News. Fnii>a y, M.\n< it 7a. moo. NKW IRISH LEADER. 'Jelin E. Hcdmoml, WelNKnovrn la This Coonlry, Circled Uliiilrtnan of the Kntlonnllitlx. Job 11 Redmond, the Parnellite leader, ■member of parliament for Waterfonl City, was unanimously elected chairman of the United Irish nationalist party at ft meeting held in a committee room of tho house of commons the other day. A vote of thanks was given Timothy Harrington for his success in restoring unity among the nationalists. Since the death of Parnell Mr. Redmond has been one of the foremost of the Irish leaders. Americans had an •pportunity of hearing his eloquence JOHN. K. REDMOND. (Chairman oC the. United Irish Nationalist I'arty.) and of gauging his earnestness. lie visited the United States in IS9G and! made a tour of the principal cities with Ms lecture on "Fifteen Years in the British Parliament." They saw a strongly built man of medium height, a fine head, with thick hair of a ruddy color, and a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 March 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND PEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRIOES The Evening News. FRIDAY, MAIiCH 111, 1000. Miss Fannie Shaeklett, a former resident of this place, has bought of Mr. W. E. Harris, of Staunton, a farm known as "Key West," consisting of 200 acres and lyinc about two miles from Charlottesville. The amount paid was $B,OOO, and Miss Shaeklett expects to make her home there, in company with her nephew, John C'arr. Recently u U.S.Consul in Germany wrote: "Almost every week a lonic freight train tilled wi'h American horses leaves Berlin for various parts of Germany." And somo of them come from Rockingham County. 1 am now ready. Give me a call. Dry Goods. Notions, Shoos. Queensware and Groceries. P. C. Quinn, Paul Building' Fletcher's Headaeho Cure is all right. No cur#, no pay. Kept AloTlnsf. Youug Man (entering 1 dry goods store, to floorwalker) —Po you keep .stationary? Flpor-Walker—JCo, sir! If I did I would lose my job.—Judge. Clanslflcd. "Ho divide...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 107. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (lathered for the Information ami Heneill of Our Evening Readers, Prlco of wheat today 70 cents. Beautiful designs In Wnll Paper at Fletcher's. A rise in prices in the poultry mar ket is imminent. For Pqro Stock Food, enll at Smootz's Drug Store. Mr. Ituasel Bucher returned last night from Baltimore. Mr. J. C. Sibert, of this pluce, was a New Market visitor this week. Princess Metalic Roof Paint at John P. Burke's Hard ware store. Tenm No.won the game of boxbail Inst night , the score being 27 to •in Mr. Geo. N. Conrad arrived Friday night, after a pleasant trip to Florida. Trains have been running late for a day or two, and there has been some delay in the mails. Dr. W.T. Line weaver will be absent from his office Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday of nest week. What is the best paper coming to town tomorrow? Way, the N. Y. Journal lor sale by R. 11 insert. Judge John Lewis Cochran died at hU home in Char...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 March 1900

The Evening News. SATUIWA Y, MARL If IT. I'JUO. ARMY AND NAVY NOTES Lust your 07 differem officers were )laced on the retired list of the United states army. Lyddite cannot be flred from any run of less caliber than 4.7 inch 4. r >- jounder. In the United States army there ure iOO commissioned officers who have •isen from the ranks. A dog with a box tied to his neck has ;ollected 30 guineas at Driffield. Kngnnd, for the war fund. Plans are being made for adequate 1 .protection against lire at the Brooklyn aavy yard. In the past the yard has defended almost entirely on the Brook vn Are department. The order of the Briti.su government ny which the ships of the China station ire to be painted black instead of white :o save expense is considered poor' ?conomy by some naval experts, as it 'las been found that black makes ves-, self hotter between decks. 1 Of 14Harvard professors interviewed, nine are on the side of England and' four on the Boer side in the controversy that led...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 March 1900

The Evening News/ PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) , BV KOB'T B. SMYTHE. j Entered In the Poßtofflce at Harrisouburg a* second-class matter 1 SATURDAY, MARCH 17. lUOO. SAYINGS OF CHILDREN. A small boy in the juvenile grammar class, being told to compare the adjeotive "little," answered: ''Little, | small, nothing at all." One morning little Nellie discovered a spider's \yeb in the window. "Oh, mamma," she exclaimed, ''come and see this bug in a little hammock!" Amazed by the brevity of little four-year-old Grade's nap, lier mother asked her why shehad awakened so soon. "Why," replied Gracie, looking up in childish astonishment, "I slept nil the sleep I had." "Oh, mamma," exclaimed little Bessie, "just look what big ears that man has!" "Hush," responded the mother in a whisper, "the gentleman migln hear you." "Well," continued Ilespie. "if be can't he ought to take down his signs." "Please give me some more of the pudding, mamma," said small Johnu.y the other evening at dinner. "Don'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 March 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND PEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICBB The Evening News. SATVADAY, MARCH 17. 1900. u. b. conference Continued from first page. Col. I). EI.-Lee Marts:—lter. L. A. Racey, Warren House. J. P. Newman—Rev. and Mrs. AY. A. Black. J. A. Nicholas— Kev. .J. \V. Brill, Mrs. Roudubush'a. C. T. Nlsewander—-Delegates J. P. Huffman and Oren Burtner. Mrs. Houdabush's. If. H. Ott & Son —Rev. C. M. (iood. Warren House. Judge John Paul—l)r. T. C. Carter, Dr..l.L. I^ephart. Gen. John E. Roller —Dr. H. A. Thompson, Rev. W. L. Childress. Col. O. li. Roller—Delegate J. W. Miller, Warren House. Frederick Rhodes—Rev. nud Mrs. S. D. Skelton. P. W. Reherd—Rev. I. William Storn, Warren House. W. H. Shepherd—Rev. P. J. Lawrpnee, delegate Cyrus Harmon. W. E. Snell—Rev. C. W. Stinespring, delegate P. C. Tutwller. J. M. Snell—Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Snell. W. W. Steele—Rev. O. W. Burtner, delegate Silas Butts. Mrs. Rondabush's. Mrs. K. A. Snyddr—Revs. A. P. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 108. FIGHT, RIOT AND BLOODSHED MANY INJURED AT THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION SATURDAY The Two Wings Didn't Flap in Unison.—The Lewisites Rushed the Platform.—Deputy Collector Ham. nicr, W. L. Dechert, Sheff. Lewis, Jr., and C. W. Fletcher are lirouglit Refore the Police Court. • IOIIX ACKICi; ANI» I. I). DAVIS AlfH JSADLY IN.JIKI3D. There was riot and bloodshed in i the court house Saturday. One of the most exel ting poli t icn I gatlierings that has been held in Harrisonburg for many n day was witnessed by hundreds of people who liQd gone to Assembly Mali as onlookers and delegates to the Hepubllcan County Convention. | It had-been anticipated that there ■ would bean interesting, though not harmonious, session of thesapporters of the present Administration, tlicugh everyone was not prepared to witness the ncrforniancps that were enacted. It is of course known that there are two factions of Itepublieans in tlie conntv—the Acker wing and the Lewis wing. The Ackcrfnetlon ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 March 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SMYTHE. F.ntered in tha Postomce at Harrlsonbnrg as Hunontl-clasH matter. 1 MONDAY, MARCH UK 19(H). THE SPIRIT OF PROGRESS. The Winchester News-Hem of a recent date complains that the spirit of progress in handicapped in that town li.v too many people whose sole delight it is'to talk of "ye ancient landmarks of ye dear, old dead town." Such a spirit in unfortunately not confined to Winchester, but exists in every old established community, both in the North and Month. Individuals or communities who devote themselves to o, contemplation of the glories of the past, to the extent of overlooking the possibilities of the future are making a sad mistake. The triumphs of the past belong to the men who achieved them. The triumphs of the present belong to the men of this generation, of what possible use can a great past be if it he not used as un incentive to a great present'.' Can you imagine Washington, .Jeff#rson, Leo, or anyo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 March 1900

The Evening News. MA lit 11 1», 1000. ARCOLA 18 EXCITED. Illinois Town Has an Order of Youth- ful White Caps. 'irKsniM'il lo l'niilNh Those \\ liu Interfere l« Tlieir Love AfTnira—\\nnt to Monopolist- All tlie Glrln of Ike Vllljir-i*. According to an Areola (lit.) colli •pondent of the Chicago Record, what nppenrs" to he an organization of white cays is operating' in that city. Tlit peculiar thing about the organization i.s the motive behind it for the protection of its members against llie intrusion of outsiders in the affairs of love The band, so far as can be learned, id composed of young men ranging in age from 3S io 20 years, who are sworn to protect each other, even unto death, if necessary, in order to keep young men who arc not. members of the band from infringing upon their rights and paying attention 1o the girl friends ol uny of the members. The violation ol any of the rules laiil down in the bylaws of the organization means severe punishment to the oti'ender. and swift j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 March 1900

The Evening News. May DAY, MARCH 19, 1900. WHAT THE LAW DECIDES. Libelous publication about a deceased person is hold, In Bradt vs. New Nonpareil company (Ta.) 45 L. B. A. ■5Bl, to give ilie mother of the deceased no right of action. Employes working mora than eight hours per day in violation of a statute tire held, in Short vs. Bullion, Beck <fc Co. Mining company (Utah),4sß.E.A. tion, to have no right of action for the. extra services, cither on tlio contract or on a quantum meruit. Power o£ n corporation to purchnse. ihe stock of other corporations for the purpose of controlling their management is denied in Be Lft Yergne RcfrigiTating Machine company vs. German Savings Inst., advance sheets U. S.. p. \!0, cKcept when express permission lias be6n .given to make such purchase. A stipidation against liability" for negligence in setting lire by railroad engines is held, in Hartford Fire Insurance company vs. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. rani Bailroad company, adva...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 109. TOMORROW'S CONFERENCE. ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY U. B. MINISTERS IN ATTENDANCE. Bishop Ilott Will Preside.—This is the Centenial Con. ference and of More Than Ordinary Interest. Revised List of the Visitors and . ...Their Hosts. ltrcv. \vi>i m. m:i,r. will piikacii to-night at Tomorrow tin; ccntcniai session of lite United brethren Conference will assemble in this city. There will be about i.'iO ministers nnil delegates in nttbndance and Bishop .1. W. I lot t will preside.- .Bishop ,T, "\Y. UOTT, T).D. Bishop Ilott was born some miles from Winchester, in Frederick Connty, Virginia, on November 1 IS4I. He was of I'nited Itretiiren parentage, his father, Jacob F. Ilott, toehig 11 minister in the A'irginiaConfcrence. and his mother, who is still living, being a woman of devout spirit and strong mental and moral endowments. of the eight children born to them six were sons, four of them becoming'ministers, and a fifth dying while preparing for the same work. ...

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