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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 March 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! • TUESDAY, MARCH 'JO, 1900. ENGLAND'S WAK OUTLAY, Ah whs reasonable to expect, the war in South Africa is costing England a great deal more than was looked ' for at the outset. The army estimates issued in Parllotnent show that there lias been an increase in expenditures in the past twelve months of about #200,000,000, a* compared with the previous year. At the beginning of the war the estimate was that $50,006,000 would cover the entire outlay for the conflict,, and the war has been under way only about live months. These divergences between estimate and actuality iii computing war expenditures are familiar to the world. Every nation makes a similar inifitakeiu its forecasts. Of course, the the reason why there has been such a broad gap between estimate and actuality in this case is that nobody in England supposed the wnr would last anything like...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 March 1900

The Evening News* TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1000. POLITICAL PERSONAGES. ! Kx-Speaker Heed's hiw office in New iork is giveh a rather warlike tone, o.v a collection of revolutionary' aiuskcts and sworils hung upon the ivall against, the rich crimson paper. I Senator l'lntt. of .New York, is nil j ■xcellcnt French scholar, and lias l made a valuable collection of early l ■ditioiis of the French memoirists ofj Ihe reign of l.ouis X[J.I. and Louis' XIV. President McKinlcy is a lover of •liess. a frame with which he frequently amuses himself. He is an expert; it all chess problems, and believes; firmly in the value of the frame as a training' to logical thought. Speaker Henderson made an apt reply to a remark that the speaker'* duties were already shockingly aging, him. "Well." replied .\lr. Henderson.' "[ am not so young as I was. but I mi not by 20 years so old as I hope to be at the jiroper time." Most of the very rich t'liited States ■senators nvade their money in mining of some kind Clark,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 March 1900

The Evening News* TUKDSAY. MARCH 'JO, 1900. TOMORROW'S COXFEBENCK. Continued front first pn^e. .1. 1.. Miller—Rev. C. P. D.vehe.dole jjato A. It. Miller. A. M. Malono—ltev. .1. M. Hott, Mrs. ltoudablish's. It. McLaughlin—ltev. ('. N. I>. I'.onnett, delegate Jieitj. Armontrout. J. S. Mosserly—Rev. 11. Tnllhelm, delegate (100. W. J'.iier, Mrs. A. I'. Miller's. 11. I>. Miller—l'l-of. ,1. X. !<>ies. S. It. Mcl'nll—Delegate .T. 11. Harmon, Warren J louse. lid. (J. Marts?—ltov. S. l).l)a\vson, Warren House. • Mrs. I). C. May—J. I). Hlnehaii, delegate, Warren House. Col. 1). H, Lee Marts—Rev. 1.. A. Kacey, Warren House. J. I*, N6wmati—Rev. and Mrs, W. A. lilack. .1. A. .Nicholas—R#v. .1. W. I trill, Mrs. Roudalmsh's. C. T. Nisewander—Delegates .1. P. II tiffin an and Oj-on I'.urtnor, Mrs. Rondabush's. 1.. H. Ott & Son —Rev.T.C. Harper. Warren House. Judge Jolin Haul —Dr.'J'. ('. Carter, Dr. I. L. Kephart. (ten. .lolin K Holler—Dr. 11....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 March 1900

Volume 2. Number 110. FATHER M'YERRY. BIDS FAREWELL TO HIS PARISHIONERS. Al'ter Thirty Years' Service He is Called to Another Field. , General Regret at His Departure. Rev. Father John McVerry came down from Staunton Tuesday morning by appointment to sfiy farewell to his parishioners,, ere he removes to another field of useful labor. No was met at the depot at an early hour by a large concourse of his congregation arid all went to the Catholic Church just across the tracks, where all present took n tearful lea ve •of their beloved pastor. For thirty years past, lacking but a month or two, Father McYerry lias ministered to the congregation of the church of the Transfiguration in this placc. Almost a generation has passed away since he began his work here. Many of these of totlay in fact have never known any other pastor, and children have grown Into manhood and womanhood and taken their places In the business community since he began servicc to this congregation. Serving first as an ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 March 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BT BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. I WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1000. POTTLTBY 'AND EGOS, Statistics reveal pome startling facts which many people aredisposed to discredit, which is prevented only by the difficulty of "going behind the returns." There is no chance to dispute the facts compiled from commercial sources, especially as to excess, for reports would moro likely limit than magnify the statements. There are few who realize that t ho eggs and poultry sold annually in tho United states exceed the coal output. which is #200,000,000, by $00,000;. 000. It also exceeds tho potato crop by $210.000,000.. The poultry and egg business lias grown to the enor- mous sum of $290,000,000 annually, . whilst the potato' crop is given at only $80,000,000, and the plsc-iron product at the small sum of $1:1,000,000. That those figures are surprising is without question. Yetif weencieavor to Impress ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 March 1900

The Evening News* WEDS'EHO.t Y, MA 111. II HI. I'M. A REMARKABLE CASE It Will Altraya ).lnn«r in tlio Men»or«- of the Snroecn. Who I!m1 4'lmrftc of It. "What was the strangest ease 1 ever had?" said one of the surgeons in, attendance at the latreonvention, repeating 1 the question of a ~ r ew Orleans-Times-Democrat lvportrr with whom he was chatting. "Well, let me see. t Delieve the oddest incident of ray j-areer occurred in- but hold! oa gco•md thought I don't eare to give any names or dates. The facts, it you like, were these: I tvas called by messenger to a cheap boardingliov.se one evening to attend a man who was said to tinvo been hurt in a fight. T found a young- fellow of 2."> or Ihrrenbouts, half bniorisixf. Tiii-: WOCND, (lazed, with a bloody t-oiit on one of his checks and badly smashed The bridge wa nrtsln d almost llat with the face, and I .-aw at onro that the ease woe Id need very careful handling to prevent (neat disfigurement. >Jot to bother you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 March 1900

The Evening News. WLVXKDSAY, MARCH 21,1900. OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. iti one oI the large oil'ice buildings in Boston the electric elevators are operated by girls. No married woman in the United States is compelled by law to talce her husband's name. Waiter girls in Munich restaurants work 34 to 1G hours a day without a holiday till tlie year. There is n growing demand in Japan for female clerks, and p ppeeial commercial education to fit, them for tlieir work Is being agitated. Miss Elise Farrel, of AnsoDia, Conn., a college graduate find the. daughter of a millionaire, is acting as typewriter in her father's office, in order to learn business methods. Capt. Gordon Chesney Wilson, who ■was wounded in South Africa, had the pleasure ofbeing reported by the British office on the wounded list as "Lady ■Wilson's husband." The government of France lias formed an orfler umong the washerwomen of the Seine and will give them diplomas. Twelve medals will be distributed among tho jnost..sl;illed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 111. THE FIRST DAY'S SESSION. THE OPENING SERVICES CONDUCTED BY BISHOP J. W. HOTT. Rev. G. P. Hott, of Dayton, Elected Secretary.—Official Reporters Appointed.—Reports from Presiding Elders.—Committees Appointed Convention Notes. The Virginia Annual Conference of the United Brethren Church convened at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon nt the new church of that denomination in Harrisonburg Many visitors werci present . Bishop Ilott, in his opening address, commented very forcibly and touchlngiy upon the Second Chapter of Paul's letter to Titus, in which lie outlined the character and conduct essential in the life and character of of an elder In the Church of Jesus Christ. As an incentive to this faithfulness aud endurance he dwelt strongly upon the second connng of Christ, for to this end ho lives anil toils on to the end of his journey. It was the object of Paul's ambition and ihe center around which his very being revolved. After reviewing the work of the district and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 March 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) UT ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at. Harriaonhurp a= second-class matter. ] THURSDAY, MARCH iS. 1000. All the latest ideas are embodied In the two torppdo-boat destroyers to h« launched at Weymouth, Mass., next month. Tlieir armament will be two 12-pounder rapid fire rifles mounted above the forward and after conning -towers anil four tspounder rapid-fire rifles on the main deck. Two torpedo tubes are arranged to swing in any direction without waiting for tlie boat to come around. Thespeed guaranteed in 34 knots nn hour, not far from that of the averajte express train. It Beems that Gen. White, who stood such a long seise as commander at Ladysmith, in South Africa, I*t not the only one of the White family In that region. Another Gen. White, late Quartermaster-General of the Michigan State troops, who is charocd with complicity In the military board frauds in that State, lias heen discovered at Capetown, South Africa. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 March 1900

The Evening News. THURSO AV, At AM. tt Hi 11)00. VISITING BRETHREN. Ami List of Ho.*ts Win Ard E»»lertaiuiuu Them. Jan. J.. Avin—Rev. 11. \V. Dawson, Warn? 11 House. Ml*. F. C. Arhognxt- Rev. L. O. Biicker mui delegate C. \V. Jones. Scott Abbott—Delegate It. K. Berry. Mr*. RoudnbushV. J. G. Have—Delegate M. 1.. Fries, Warren House. Frank Bowman Hew nntl Mrs. J. H. Hrunk. .1 nines Wrick—Rev. lifn. M.Jones and delegate 1.. <>. Mott. S. H. Bramtm—Rev. .!. W. Walter. 1' H. Billtilmer—Revs. r. F. Snyder, and R. I'. S. Bnsey. W. F. Kerry—Rev. S. K. Wine and delegate John S. Geil. S. O. Bowman—Rev. anil Mrs. 11. E. Richardson, Warren House. C. W. Older—Rev. C. M. Good, Mrs. Rondnliu.sh's. Goo. N. Conrad— Rev. .1. I'.. Chamberlain. I'd. S. Conrad — I'ev. A. M. livers. .1. W. Curry—Rev. .T. W. Maiden. E. W. Carpenter—Rev. George W. Stover, Clarendon Hotel. A. P.. Driver—Revs. L. O. Rnrtner, X. W. Rnrtner. Jos. llorsey—Rev. A. Hoover, delegate Jos. F. Bean. William Dean—...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 March 1900

The Evening News* " , THURSDAY. MARCH 22,1900. THE PSALM 07 ADVERTISING. Breathes there a man with soul so deml. That to himself he liath not said. "My trade ot lite Is getting I'll try Another ten-Inch 'ad' ? " It Bueh there be. so mark him well, For him no bank account shall swell.— No angel watch the golden stair To welcome home a millionaire. To such a man the noisy din Ot traffic shall not enter in. For bargain hunters by the score Shall pass nor heed Ills dingy door: For tho' his sign is on the wall And on some barn-yard gate n scrawl. No people who have cash and sense Oo prancing around to read the fence. The man who never asks tor trade By loe.nl line or "ad" displayed, fares more for rest than worldly gain. And patronage but gives him pain. Tread lightly, friends, let 110 rude sound Disturb his solitude profoundHere let liim live in calm repose Vnsnnght, except by men he owes. And when he dies plant him deep That naught may break his dreamless sleep. Where no rude clamor ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 March 1900

Volume 2. Number 112. THE SECOND DAY'S SESSION. MAYOR SWITZER TENDERS A WELCOME TO THE DELEGATES. Revs. Dawson, Jones, Secrist, Bennett, Lau Sens Nam Hendrickson Passed Upon Favorably by the Conference. —Dr. H. A. Thompson Made an Address. THE CENTENNIAL SERVICES OPENED TiHS MORNING. Thursday Morning The devotional exercises were conducted by Re\ C. I*. Dyche. The Bishop spoke" feelingly on the scriptural lesson, regarding the infilling of tho Holy Spirit, and impressed upr/n the Conference the absolute need of this emblement in tho desire for success. The Conference was declared open ; the roll was called and the minutes read and ordered approved. It was ordered that the money for t he various interests of the Church be paid to the respective treasurers. The name of Rev. E. A. Stanton was referred In the Committee on Applicants. The Mayor. Mr. I>. M. Switzer, made some very terse and cordinlremarks, tendering to the members of Ihe Conference a very generous welcome to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 March 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg a u second-class matter 1 FRIDAY, MARCH 1000. KNEW HIM TOO WELL. Wliy llie Effort, ot n Relate,! 11nsl>n nil to Smnare Himself In ili«' (ironml. Tlif little hours had crawled up to the comb of the roof of night nnil fallen over until three of Ihem worn rolling down the far. side toward UKeaves ot morning-, when a solitary footman might have I>epii seen sli] >- yjing into his own house with his shoes in his hlind. How needless, oli, how necdles.s. are oftentimes the devices of man. How nugatory and void, reflects Ihe Wash- ® f • WIFl'.Y' WAS WAITING FOR HIM. iugtoij Star, are oftentimes liis most painstaking efforts. His wife rras wide awake ami waiting for him -when ho entered the sanctified seclusion of their apartme.nl. "I was so afraid of waking you. ilear," he stammered, as lie let the shoes fall from liis nerveless grasp to the floor wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 March 1900

The Evening News. FitlltA V, MA ill, 11 23, 1900. VISITING BRETHREN. And List of Hunts Who Are £u> tertaiuiiii; Them. .JOs. L. Avis—Rev. H. \V. Dawson, Warreu House. Mrs. I". C. Arbogust—Rev. L. O. Biicker mid ,ielegate('. W. .lories. Scott Abbott—Delegate D. K. Berry. Mm. Roudabush's. .1. (i. Bare—Delegate M. L. Fries, Warren House. Frank Bo win on—Rev. and Mrs. J. 11. Brunk. •lames Black—Rev. Geo. M. .lones and delegate 1,. O. Mott. S. H. Branum—Rev. .1. W. Walter. E. H. Billhlmer—Revs. J.F.Snyder, and B. P. S. Buse.v. W. F. Berry—Rev. S. K. Wine and delegate John S. Gel I. S. O. Bowman—Rev. and Airs. U. E. Richardson, Warren Mouse. C. W. Crlder— IJey. C. M. Good, Mrs. Roudabush's. Geo. X. Conrad—Rev. J. B. Charoberluln. 1 JCd. S. Conrad—Rev. A. M. Evers. J. W. Curry—Rev. J. W. Maiden. 15. W. Carpenter—Rev. George W. Stover, Clarendon Hotel. A. R. Driver—Revs. I>. O. Bnrtner, X. W. Burtner. Jos. Dorsey—Rev. A. Hoover, delegate Jos. F. ISean. William Dean—Dele...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 March 1900

The Evening News. FRIDAY. MARCH OS, 1900. OFFICIAL. KEPORT. • Continued from first trary to tho instructions of tho Chair, the vote, as called out by some contes- i ting delegations, jumped to his feet, and shouted that Dr. Webb was elected. Chairman Keezel, the only proper authority to announco the result, declared Mr. Acker elected Temporary Chairman of tho convention. Ohairman-Elect Acker proceedod to the stage to proceed with the convention, whereupon tho opposition, in largo uumbers, rushed upon the stage and assaulted Senator Acker with clubs and chairs and foiled him to the floor. He was rescued by friends, and u physician called. Aa soon as sufficiently recovered from tho blows he had received, Mr. Acker took his position as Chairman and proceeded with tho business of tho convention. On motion, A. I'. Funkhouser was elected Temporary Secretary. The Chair was authorized, to appoint a committee of live on credentials, who were named as follows: Ashby District, J. W. Deputy; Ce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 March 1900

Volume 2. Number 113. THE THIRD DAY'S SESSION. INTERESTING ADDRESS BY REV. J. L. GRIMM, OF HARRISBURG, PA. Bishop Hott Said if He had to be Born Forty Times He Would Ask that Thirty-Nine of Them be in the Valley of Virginia.—lnteresting Conference Notes. SUNDAY A PPINTMENTS FORTIUS DIFFERENT CHURCHES Friday Afternoon. At 1 ISO p. m. there was uninspiring song service, lend by Prof. Ruebush, after which Rev. C VV. Stinespring, of Frederick City, Md.. lead in prayer. Bishop Hott stated he had been enlled upon to preside at all the Conferences of the church, but at no one had there been such diverging lines, and that he war glad he was a Virginian, and that if he had to be born forty times he would ask thatthirtynine of ihern lie in the Valley of Virginia. Letters to the Conference from Rev. R. Byrd, of Chewsvilie, Md., and Rev. M. A. Salt. llymn "Oh, Think of the Home Over There" was then sung. Rev. J. 1.. Grimm, of Harrisburg, Pa., then addressed the Conference on the subject, "The C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 March 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) UY ROB'T B. BUTTHE. Entered In the Postofßce at Harrisonburg aw second-class matter. I SATURDAY, MARCH li, 1000. Brother Sheldon's newspaper experiment recalls the ease of the man Who drtamed for several nights that lie saw a banner inscribed "'l*. < ." He construed this to be fi command to "Preach Christ" and accordingly presented himself to the elders to be advised. He was asked to extemporize a sermon, and at the close was mildly reminded that "P. 0." could also be interpreted "Plow Corn." * "If the bubonic plague ever strikes this country," remarks a man interviewed by the New York Tribune, "our paper currency will bent all records of rats as germ .carriers. A dollar bill can dw more than ten rats." The plea for a more plentiful new paper money, to take the place of old, is entirely sound from a sanitary point of view. Still ft not her phase of the liquor question has appeared at Marsh fish 1, Moss., once the home of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 March 1900

The Evening News. SATURhA MARL 11 24. IWU VISITING BRETHREN. And Lint of Hu.sts Who Are Eutortainiiit; Tlieiu. Jas. E. Avis—Rev. M. W. Dawson, Warren liuu.se. Mrs. F. C. Arhogast—Rev. J,. () Bilcker and delegate C. \V. Jones. Seott Abbott—Delegate I). K. Berry, Mrs. Rouda hush's. J. (i. Bare— Delegate M. 1.. Fries, Warren House. Frank Bowman—Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Brunk. James Black—Rev. Geo. M. Jones and delegate L O. Mott. S. H. Branum—Rev. .1. \V. Walter. E. H. Billhlmer—Revs. I . F..Snyder, and B. P. S. Busey. W. F. Berry—Rev. S. K. Wine and delegate John S. Cell. S. O. Bowman—Rev. and Airs. It. E. Richardson, Warren Mouse. C. W. ('rider —Rev. M. flood, Jlrs. RciudahushV. Geo. N. Conrad—Rev. .1. B. Chamberlain. Ed. S. Conrad —Rev. A. M. Evers. J. W. Curry—Rev. ,J. W. Maiden. E. W. Carpenter—Rev. George W. Stover, Clarendon Hotel. A. B. Driver— Revs. E. O. Burtner, N. W. Burtner. Jos. Dorsey—Rev. A. Hoover, delegate Jos. F. Beau. William Den n—Delegate it. F. Gruver, Warren Mouse. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 March 1900

The Evening News* SATURDAYS MARCH 24,1900. From Kcezletown. Keezlktown, March 2". Mr, .1. Funkhouser, our enterprising farmer, Bold his wheat crop to Dr. Coiner, of Port Republic, at 7.1 cents per bußhel delivered on the cars at this point: two carloads, six hundred bushels each, realizing a handsome sum of twelve hundred dollars. .Mrs. Mary Dorman, widow of tlie late David Dorman, died at lier home near here Sundnj.v, the 11th of this month. The interment took place on Tuesday at noon hero from the M. K. Church in the presence of a large concourse of friends and relatives. The fuueral services were conducted by her pastor, Hev. Thomas Cooper. „ Mr. Luther Miller and Miss ctllie Wise, the accomplished and attractive daughter of Mr. Madison Wise, wore married.in Harrisonburg at an early hour on the morning of t lie 15th of March, and boarded the Southern train for a few- days bridal trip. Many congratulations to this newly married couple. We are glad to learn that our friend Mr. .lol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 March 1900

Volume 2, Ntimber 114. CLOSE OF THE CONFERENCE. SUNDAY SERVICES IN THE DIFFERENT The Appointments Announced for the Ensuing Year. — Elders will Decide Place of Meeting for the Next Conference.—Final Adjourn. at Noon Today. I A fftl M I. 4k ! j *'"•'*" ■ '"*'" *". * '*<*»&*.>" ? ' ; V '^f tui: xi:\v r. is. ciu iicn, iiedicatku t.ast xmnr. Sal unlay At ternoon. Devotional services were conducted liy Hew S. I). Skelton. On motion, <>en. .1. K. Boiler was asked by the Conference to speak upon the Herman element in the Shenandoah Vuliej. General Roller then addressed ilie Conference, and in a brief talk lie interested and thrill m! the audience With an historical narrative regarding tile part the Herman element took in not only the religious but temporal interests of 1 lie entire count r.v. ltev. .i. W. Howe gave ;t brief statement of'his work while in Ilie Conference. Rev. J. Hail, of the "Brethren" church, was introduced to the ('...

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