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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 March 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofllee at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 MONDAY, MARCH XI, 1900. Tbere is mucli complaint among business men in all lines of bigli prices and still higher ones in prospect. It is well to remember that It is during #ras of high prices that the must money is made, It is of no use to buy ihings cheap if; you have to sell them again still cheaper, and a #2O suit of clothes is much cheaper to a man who has $2O than the same suit at flO when he hasn't n cent to buy it with. " If the Kev. Mr. Sheldon of Topeka Capital fameJius added anything to the good of the cause he professes to devote himself to, we shall begladto hear of it. The consensus of opinion among thinking men seems to lie he has done the cause of Christianity much more harm than good by his sensational efforts. One firm paid the Topekn Capital over* $2,000 for ivu advertisement occupying tliree columns of space dining the -week o...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 March 1900

The Evening News. Mas da y, Maui Tr -.c, urn. VJBITING BRETHREN. And List of Hosts Who Are Entertaining Tliem. Jns. E. Avis—Rev. 11. W. Dawson, Warren J louse. Mrs. F. <'. Arbogast—Rev. E. (). Brieber and delegate C. W. Jones. Scott Abbott—Delegate D. K. Berry, .Mis. Roudabush's. J. <;. Bare—Delegate M. 1,. Fries. Warreu House. Frank Bowman—Rev. and .Mrs. J. 11. Brnnk. James Black —Itcv. Geo. M. Jones and delegate E. <). Mott. S. IE Branum—Rev. .1. W. Walter. E. 11. Billhitner—Revs. I.F.Snyder, and B. P. S. Busey. W. F. Berry—Rev. S. K. Wine and • delegate John S. Geil. S. O. Bowman—Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Richardson, Warren Mouse. 0. W. Crider—Rev. M. (iood, Mrs. Itoudabush's. fieo. \. ('ourad—Rev. .1. R. Chamberlain. Ed. S. Conrad—Rev. A. M. livers. .1. W. Curry—Rev. ,1. W. Maiden. E. W. Carpenter—Rev. Ceorgo W. Stover, Clarendon Hotel. A. 15. Driver—Revs. L. <). Burtner, N. W. Burtner. Jos. Dorsey—Rev. A. Hoover, .delegate Jos. F. Beau. Wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 March 1900

The Evening News* MONDAY. MARCH 1000. Circuit Court Venire. The following jurymen iiave been summoned Tor the second day of the next term of the Circuit Court for this county,which begins on Monday next, April : Julius A. Miller Ashby l>ist. Michael A. Allebaugh.... 1 Jnviile " Ezra NJ. Minnick..., Plains " D. 11. Cromer Linville " Samuel .T. Miller. \shby " .lohn S. Huffman.'. " (}. C. Spitzer " Samuel .T. Kline. '.Plains " Joseph G. Click Ashby " Josephus Sowers....'. Schuyler Bradley.... Central " Solomon Yshby Charles H. Swank Linville Joseph 11. Mauzy Plains " Abraham N. Lilneweayer Central " Wm. H. Hawkins Plains " J. E. Armentrout Stonewall " J. W.-Show alter Central " Money to lend from ssoo*oo up. Apply to ,J -C. Stati.ks & Co. The Sick. There are (iuite a number of persons reported as sick this morning, some slightly, others more seriously, but none dangerous, and some who have been ill for some time are reported as improving. Mrs. Krauth, wife of Re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 115. RESIGNATION WITHDRAWN Gen. Wlieeler Has IJecn P«t Upon Waiting Orders Ah u result of several conferences between the Sec ret ary of War and Gen. .foe Wheeler. the lattor has withdrawn his resignation from th# volunteer army and been placed on waiting orders. Under 11lls arrangement General Wheeler will remain in the service of tiie United States until opportunity is had to determine whether he shall be given an active command under his volunteer commission, whether lie shall be appointed a brigadier general in the regular army and retired, or whether lie shall be hon- orably discharged when the volunteer nrmy is mustered out of the military service. Without special legislation it will lie impossible to appoint Gen. Wheeler to the regular army before the retirement of Mn.i. Gen. Merritt in .Mine next, as there will be no vacancy in the list of brigadier generals until that time. Even should Gen. Wheeler be appointed to this prospective vacancy, he would have but...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 March 1900

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY EOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In tho Fostoflice at Harrisonburg a? second-class matter. 1 TUESDAY, MARCH -7, 1900. VICTIM OF A JOKE. Why tUc Knglislinmn Didn't Say <;noil-By to Hl* Amcrloan Frllow I'nsnoniior, 'J'wo passengers On the New .England oil lier last, trip, one. an American ami the otter an Englishman, did not exchange the farewell courtesies, when the steamer reached her pier, usual l>etween voyagers who have occupied ad- SLAPPING lUJkI ON THE BACK. joining: staterooms and hobnobbed d uring au ocean voyage, says the Boston •J'ost. A plausible explanation «as vouchsafed by Ihe American. During the voyage tlie Englishman persisted in fraternizing with the American in a most obtrusive, and annoying manner. Within two days of Boston the Englishman one morning liunted up the American and found him In apparent despondency, gazing seaward from the hurricane, deck. "Confounded blue this morning, old chap. What...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 March 1900

The Evening News. TfKHt'AY, M. Il:i TT 17, mm. HAS IjARGE FAMILY N, Heber Z. Ricks Is the Father of Sixty-Six Children. Marrlrd Fit « J lme* oil Hit .louruvy lo the Promised I.nnil of ilio Mormon ji nml Seven Times U(cr ItnTlns Iteaelieil It. In the valley of the Snake liver, near tvlicre that stream forms the boundary line between Wyoming and Idaho, lives the father oC the largest family on the American continent, and probably in the world. The owner of this unique distinction is Ileber Z. Kicks, one of thu faithful followers in religion and practices of the late Brigliam Young, lieliable persons who have known Kicks for many years say he has J3 wives and <IG children. Many of his sons and daughters have long since taken unto themselves helpmates for life, and to these have been born 218 children, thereby bringing the number of souls in the Kicks family, exclusive of Ilic venerable father himself, up to 2fli>. The members of llie Kicks family are scattered ove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 March 1900

The Evening News. TUESDAY, MARCH 27.1900. LITTLE CLASSICS. Education is the apprenticeship of life.—ATillmot. Eartli changes, but thy soul and Cod stand sure. —Browning'. Earnestness is tlie devotion of all the faculties. —liovro. Flatterers ore the cats that lick before and scratch behind. —Herman Proverb^ The measure of a man's learning is Ihe amount of his voluntary ignorance. —Thoreau. Ignorance is the curse of God; knowledge, the wing wherewith to fly 1" Heaven. —Shakespeare. Clear writers, like clear fountains, do not seem so.deep as they are; the Unhid look the most profound.—Landor. Do the duty that lies nearest to you. Every duty which is bidden to wait returns with fresh duties at ifs back. Kingsley. rind fault, when you must find fault. 5n private, if possible, and some time after the offense, rather than at the time. —Sydney Smith. If people were constant, it would surprise me. For, see, is not everything in the world subject to change? Why, I'licn, should our affections...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 28 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 116. PROM MR. ACKER. THE RECENT REPUBLI- CAN CONVENTION. He Charges the Lewis Faction with Instigating ami Planniim' the Assault. . To A/j' Fellow Citizens of liockinghiiin County nntl t.hp State of Virginia : Inasmuch an there was of convention held at Harrisonburg, Va , on the 17th day of March, 1900, o[ 1 lie Republicnns of Roeklnghnm County, for the purpose of electing delegates to the Republican State Convention, which meets ill the City of Norfolk on the 10th tiny of April 1{)00, and electing delegates to the Congresnional Convention, which meets at Front Royal on the 3d day of April, 1000; and inasmuch as said Convention at Harrisonburg resulted in riotous and unlawful conduct on the part of certain members of said convention and their adherents, and various misleading statements have been circulated as to what, transpired on that occasion, I deem it proper in vindication of myself and tup- gentlemen who are in sympathy with me. to make the following statemen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 28 March 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'! B. SM7THE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg »» second-class matter. 1 WEDNESDAY, MARCH i&, 1900. THE SAME OLD STORY. A remarkable instance of mental obliquity in comparing the present with the past is seen in a speech just delivered by the Chancellor of the Herman Empire, I'ince Holicnluhc. At a banquet held in Berlin to commemorate the 200 th anaiversary of the founding of the Koyal Academy ol Science that statesman remarked that he had growii old in the belief of the progress of humanity, but that in recent times his confidence on this point has bsen shaken. "The indispensible battle for life,''he declares, "has of late assumed so fierce and coarse a a form that we ure reminded of the wild and fantastic tales of animal life in the antediluvian ages. Instead of progress, retrogression seems to make the beginning of the twentieth century." This is a plaint with which the world has grown familiar in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 28 March 1900

The Evening News. w'EMNESUA 1, MA Jit If 2S. I'M). THE TIN-CLAD SKUNK Victim of an Accident Caused Sensation in a Maine Town. I'ojiulntiou Turned out to >r« the Strange Sl«lit Woman lit l.nst Restored Oontliloni'c in the Community. ''U£-tho funny things ih:u come it|> now and then in the rural towns on my route, 1 think the funniest, in my experience wns the way a skunk made the people of Lake' View, in Maine, hustle themselves a year or two ago," said u commercial traveler to a New York Sun reporter. "Lake View is a little settlement in the woods on the main, line of the Bangor & Aroostook railroad, and 1! was waiting over a train there ou Ihe (.•banco of telling a bill of goods. X was in the biggest store and had the storekeeper pretty well in hand; five minutes more and he would have been hypnotized to the point of a .S3OO order, at least, when a, fellow loafing on the platform outside the door sung out: "'Jerusalem crickets! What's thai that's c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 28 March 1900

The Evening News. XVEDXESDAY. MARCH 28,1900. From Dale Kuterprise. Dai.k Entekpribe, March 27 Wheat nud grass fields are begining to assume the aspect of spring since the disappearance of the snow. Plowing anil gardening are held in check owing to backward weather In our section. As a result, spring work will be late this season. W. J. Baker, of the Xew Erection Church neighborhood, has moved into the tenant house belonging to Ellas Brunk, near the ceraeterv at Weaver's Church. Daniel J. Good of this place returned a few days sine® from a visit to his aged father.livingnearTurleytown, who is now in his '.Hth year. Abraham Good, of Knox County, Tennessee, is in our section this week stopping with relatives, The general sentiment in common with all our farmers Is for putting o.ut a small acreage of corn tliis season. Mr. J. D. Raker in in our immediate community today exhibiting the larger sizes of Memorial carde for sale. This is the sequel following the census of deaths that was tak...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 29 March 1900

Volume 2. Number 117. WORK PROGRESSING ON THE NEW SEWERAGE SYSTEM, So Far t lie Work Man Keen Easier than Was at First Anticipate*!. The work <>n the new sewerage i« progressing well and the contractorn. Thomas & Co.. are prosecuting the work with nil possible diligence, us rv«.v one expected would be the case under the management oF that indefatigable pusher P. S. Thomas, who is in charge of 1 lie work. The work began promptly on Tuesday morning. The digging was started in the IlawseTot at the south end of town, and up to yesterday evening about 700 feet of trenching had been <Jone, of various depths, however, as (he formation of the ground made the trench deep or shallow. N*o blasting has yet been done and the obstruction from stone has been less than expected so far, yet we doubt not that plentv of such obstruction will be met in the course of the trench. A new difficulty, however, was encountered yesterday, the water from Black's Jtun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 29 March 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BT ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg (W second-class matter.! THURSDAY, MARCH Li). 1!H)0. THE WORM TURNED. Mr* <;ary'»Divorced Hu.tlinml M niililn't Split Al (mil und 'J'li. ii She Kit<l Him Arre«l(il. \ .Mrs. Martin Ciary, 'who was divorer<l from lier liusband 11. year flffo, caused his arrest, I>pcause he would jiot .H" home and split vood for ]ier. nays I lie Cbicogo Evening: Post. "The nerve of Ihe man!" she said to Justice Kerstcn. "Because we are. divorced lis 3io l'raSon he (shouldn't spiit •wood for me -when it's cold. It v.is • •old Tuesday and 1 sent lor Martin. He used to he a good. lYOOdclioppi'r. SYell, •when that husband -who once ■was mine came to ihe lionse and looked at Ihe "woodpile waiting 1 for "NOT FOR ME, AGNES, NOT I'OIOIK!" hi.m, lie said: 'Not for jiie. Agnes, not for inc.' Judge. 1ha1; conduct is enough 1 o break jiiv heart." "When she got...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 29 March 1900

The Evening News* THURStJA y, M.KJtUI nit, woo. SWD FOR to: poor. Sir Thomas Lipton Devotes £lOO,000 for Founding Restaurant. A Mammoth Katinii Uottur Kutnlill*hcd In London tVlinrr >!<>«]« Comlldk' from Hull' IVntiy to 4 1-3 Ponce Cti n He llnii. Years ago Sir Thomas Lipton, known in America us the owner of the Shamrock, declared thai if he ever l>ceame rich Jie would help to supply good food at the lowest possible price to poor people. The Alexandra.trust, dining-rooms, named after the princess of Wales, which Sir Thomas f.iji--lon started by donating £lOO,OOO, has opened the first branch in London. The meals, which cost from a halfpenny to 4'/, j)ence, consist of a hot. meal, soup, steak, pudding and two vegetables, with a choice of pastry and tea, coffee cr cocoa. For a halfpenny one can buy a. quantity of vegetables or pudding. There are also intermediate dishes at various prices. The arrangements include the sending- of a pood, hot m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 29 March 1900

The Eteping News* j ———. ' .„N,,» J THESTATE. I iiterustlug Kveuts in NeisJilKtrinjr Coifnties Capt.. it. C. foorshall, of Portsmouth, announced In Richmond on : Tuesday that he would] certainly bo ; II candidatelpr the Democratic nomination Ihrtwvernai;. The Shenandoah County Telephone-: Company, of Woodstock'; hns completed a new line tti the northern .j part of liiat county. There will be ultimately line through ' tho Valley frotlr Staunton to Winchester. a few shctrt links being all that is necessary to make 11 through Valley line. , In the Circuit Court at Newport Kevvß ou Monday a suit was begun for #lO,OOO damages by Morris Knright against the "Shipping and Dry Dock (Company of Newport News to recover damages for an accident, whilst in the company's service, by which he lost both lege. The State law which limits damages in such \ cases is wrong. In this case if the company is shown to be guilty of negligence #'20,0011 would be a moderate recovery. But so long as legislators a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 118. LATEST WAR NEWS AIX ENGLAND WATOHTNO (JEN. ROBERTS. >Bnt He is Making Elaborate Preparations Before Advancing. London, March 21).—-Conjecture us to Lord Roberts' advance from Bloemfonteln Is the topic of Ihe day and is likely to continue so If tho British commander In chief In South Africa conceal* his movements as carefully as he has done in the past. April 2 Is set by various critics osthe probable date of the dopnrture of the main army from Blocmfontein. it Is pointed out that there will then be over a week's hard marching before Kroonstndt is reacbod, though there seems no certainty that Kroonstadt will entirely occupy Lord Roberts' attention. The advance, when It docs occur, will bo made by paralled columns along a broad front. The movements of the cavalry force and part of theinfantry toward Ulen can scarcely be construed ns an actual advance, though they undoubtedly point to the imminenceof such a step. But only a small part of General Gataere...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 March 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Poslolflco at Harrisonburg as l second-class matter. 1 FRIDAY, MARCH SO, 1960. Our accomplished Minister from China has giv.en his recipe for mnk ins a cup of tea. Nothing could be •impler, though the materials must ho choice, varieties being a matter of individual taste, in a porcelain tenpot dry leaves, according to the size of the family,are placed in the morning. Hot water is added anil the infusion allowed I<> stand four or five minutes. The Chinese drink ten only moderately warm, and cover the teapot with a padded bag to maintain an even temperature, it is not in order to scour the teapot inwide, for the aroma it accumulates is prize], The old lea veß arc turned out and fresh put in. Nothing is added to the t#a when poured in the cups; no milk, sugar or lemon. In China the drink in exclusively an infusion of tea leaves. In the Province of Mantanzas, Cuba, at Ceiba Mocha,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 March 1900

The Evening News. FRIDAY, MARCH HO, 1000. THE SHORT STORY. •onto of the World's <ir.nl Novell»l.a Hare Mnfle Thcinaplw* lfn«lff» of 11. Willi few exceptions, the world's great novelists have been musters of tb« short story, snj'H (he International Monthly, Theyhumineredattheshort story until they perfected It as a literary form as distinct and self-contained m a sonnet or a ballad. They found that the Ideal short j#tory, lllco the Ideal lyric, eflu deal wltli only one main emotion or experi* race—that the slightest Irrelevancy is 'fatal—that every detail must be bound :with living- cords to tho heart —that every word must bear on tho creature! avery man. be lie but a street scavenger, is a whole bundle of men, and evory one of tliem of varying moods, i Where is the chance to paint a ruan In :p, short story? At best there cau be but n glimpse of one passing expert ence, one isolated emotion. Imagine "Tom Jones" in a single chapter, or "T.« I'M'9 Godot" In n conte! There ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 March 1900

THC HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND PEBD TO OONBUMERB AT WHOLESALE PRIOB6 The Evening News. FRIDAY. MARCH :!0,1000. State News The l'Jtli annual session ot ttie Virginia School of methods will be held in ltoanote again this coming summer. It wan attended l>y 800 students Inst year, and was the largest school of the kind in the Inltcd States. I>r. K. \Y. Mugruder, of Altiunjarle County, haw been appointed Chief Ch»mist of the Department of Agri(Miltnre nl liicliraond. Among tlie new laws passed at t lie last session of the Virginia l>eaiwlature, wliieli has escaped general notice, is the meusure regulating applications for liquor licenses. I'ndor Ihe new law all liquor dealers must po«t a notice in front of their places of business and also in front of the Court-House for thirty days, stating that on such and such a (late they will apply for a liquor license. < iarden seeds guaranteed fresh: seed potatoes. (Jiinn's, I'aul Block,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 31 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 119. LATEST WAR NEWS liOi'lßS AGAIN ON THIS Aft. GHESSIYIC. Tliey Drive Out tho British at Fourteen Streams. —Gen. •Tnnbert's Funeral. I'jtETOKiA, Thursday. March 29. — A dispatch from Fourteen Stream, north of Warrenton, (,'tifle Colony, says the Boers opened a bombardment tin tho British camp there March 28, and that the British replied feebly and evneuated the place during the night. The funeral 61 Gen. Joubert took place this afternoon and was attended by all classes. Tho foreign military attaches in uniform were among those present, and tho British officers who are prisoners here sent a wreath. There were universal signs of mourning. Loxno.v, March SO.—The reports that Lord Roberts will remain at Bloemfontein another month are probably intended for Boer consumption, nnd the recent movements of troops and other indications point to preparations being well advanced for a forward movement. Theentire silence of tho cable this morning Is regarded us significant. The...

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