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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 31 March 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofllce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 SATURDAY, MARC!I 19011. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. A study of the chequer-board of European politics presents an inter- esting observation, for at present there is an attempt to work out problems that may possibly change the map of the continent. liy«s are again turned upon Russia, the most powerful of the European Governments, and of the Czar of Russia all stand in mortal dread. lie works in grim silence and hence the watchfulness of the other-powers. In Russia there is no legislative body to discuss public questions and thus give an idea of the designs of the Empire. Among tlie Romanoffs all is tradition. The designs of Peter the Great have not all been worked out, and it is (air to assume that upon the ideas of that far-seeing monarch the Czars will in the future as they have in the past continue to work upon the lines laid down by him. llis drea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 31 March 1900

The Evening News* SATURDAY, MA 111 II V, tOOi). LAMP-SIGNALING BY DAY. Lantern SltuUri'eil in a Boctel Willi lllltck Cnuviiw Can lie Swn for Mnny Mtlp*. A suggestion was once wuUu to 1 lie war oftico that as flag signaling often involved m™>; exposjng themselves on the sky line,, thereby risking loss of life and chancing the communication of messages to foes as well as friends, it wouid be well to ejieonrngc Inrnpslgnaling in the daylight, says the London Telegraph. An ordinary signal inuip :it the back of a barrel is in sufficient darkness for its flashes to be perfectly visible on an ordinary day, and they are fairly well shuttered from the enemy. An acetylene lantern shut-tered-oiT and rooted with black canvas can bo seen for miles on the brightest "day, and its messages can be kept absolutely private. Maj. Ernest Rhodes, I>. S. 0-, Hoyal Berkshire regiment , has a '|dual alphabet" for insuring accuracy of message*, Thus instead of "A B" it ■fciioidd bo "A 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 31 March 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND PEED TO OONSUMERB AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. SATURDAY. MARCH 11.1000. Dangerous Clock Weight. The parts of the town clock which • were sent to Boston for repairs have I been returned and are being placed in the clock tower. Next week tho rigging of the striking weight will be so changed that the present weight of 2,200 pounds may he diminished by nearly one-half and still be sufficient to subserve its purpose. The danger from thu old lienv.y weight had become a menace to life and of destruction to the Courthouse building, which by several falls had dune much Injury. So a different mechanical, construction was determined upon and future dangers are now averted bv its application to the clock. The damage from thelast fulling of the heavy clock weight will be repaired (is soon an tho new machinery Ik placed securely, and it is to lm. hoped there may never be dnnger in future from that source. Another Consignment. We had the ple...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 April 1900

Volume 2. Number 120. LATEST WAR NEWS DETAILS OF FIGHTING AT ICAIIKi: Boers llaHie a Circling Movement of tins British Towanl tlio Rear. London, March :{1. —The war oifiec has Issued no news today beyond a brief dispatch from Lord Itoberts. giving the revised figures of tlie casualfio* n( Kara .Siding, which foot up tienrly double the first estimate. A preHS dispatch from Bioemfoutein, describing the m t.ta.ck on tlio Hoer position at Kdrii, says that ouiy the turning movement of Gen. French and Mnj. Le Gallals, the lnt(er commander of the mounted infantry, on either flank. Insured the firltish success. The shape of the kopjes was irregular. The P.oerK' right flank consisted of a long hill with wooded sides connected with the'inula position, by a long, low ridge, thickly wooded. The rest of the position, toward the left, consisted of broken kopjes, all connected by a high ridge. Gen. L. Gnilals moved round the Boers' lift and engaged them, first freely using Ills Vlckcrs-Maxims, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 April 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY KOB'T B. SMYTHE. Kutered in the Fostofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! MONDAY, API!TL 2, 1900. WAV At DISTINCTIONS. Difference Between Whip* «f War Mentioned 1 h <he Wwip*t>er Hepftri*. A batUeship is an armored v<?Me] of comparatively low speed, carryln g heavj" gua», arid intended to flglit with other vesseJs of her claw. A crulaer Is a vessel, nomatlmes armored, somstlmes not, carrying guns of a inefltim *!»(>. intended to not a* ft acout and to destroy unit run away, It occupies to tho battleship the same relation that cavalry does to artillery and Id fan try In an uriny. An armored cm leer can-US armor over It* ritnl points • - machinery, A protected cruller }ias ft proteuted deck and vary light armor, An unprotected warship has neither armor nor protective deck, A torpedo boat 1* a very swift, inmririored fessol, Carrying light gun», whose o#anslv» arm 1* the torpedo....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 April 1900

The Evening News. MONDAY, A PHIL 1000. MAN A MASS OF PATCHES. I'liilmlrlitliiiin'H Minting; lloiiea Art CnrHnlly Rcplm-i-il I>y SllTff Platos. George Hums, who hails from Philadelphia, at present visiting friends In Winona, Mino., is without doubt one of the most patchcd-np pieces of humanity to be found. Burns- is between GO and 70 years oi age and has a long and interesting history. Tn his early days he was graduated from tla'e Annapolis naval school and served his time. lie later became chief engineer of an Atlantic liner. While in the machinery of the ship, the engines being shut down to make repairs. an assistant, not seeing the position of his chief, turned the steam into the cylinder heads. The result was that several of Burns' ribs were crushed, his skull was fractured, his right leg broken in several places, his left arm shattered and injuries susl ntned in his chest. As Iho result of ihe work of skillful New York surgeons Burns has a silver plate containing' sev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 April 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND PEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRlOttS The Evening News, MOSDAY. M'IUL 2,1900. Summer Boatflcrs. The I'assengnr Department of tlio Southern Railway has sent out cir- \ cnlars to hotels and to persons who s are willing to entertain suuiincr I boarders, residinn' on or near the Southern Railway, requesting full information as to location, number accomodated, terms of board, etc., for guidance in compiling information for "Summer 1loni<?» Folder," season 1000. Blanks cun be liuil of station agent or by addressing Mr. \V. A. Turk, General Passenger Agent, Southern Rnilwnv. Washington, D. Largest stock and latest styles in Shoes and Slippers, at * Herman Wink's. April iirst has come and it is general moving time, and one hardly knows his next neighbor just- at present. Loads of household goods are passing in every direction, but by tomorrow most of those moving will have settled down ttu<l fixed themselves for another ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 April 1900

Volume 2. Number 181. THE CAPITAL TRIP. (ONTESI ( LOSES OX TIIK-2«TH OF APRIL. tii Interesting Program ini* Been Arranged.—Will Ride in mi Automobile. The Eviixist. News representative returned Ins I night from Washington, after making arrangements for (ho Capital trip, which lias been loqked forward to by our young people for a couple of months. Tho excursion will leave Harrisonburg on Thursday,morning. May the contest dosing on the preceding Thursday, April 2l>. The ten successful contestants w ill be accompanied by the editor of the Kvkninc News, who will take special eharge of the boys (It appears there will be some boys), and the young ladles will be chaperoned by Mr*. K. n. Smythe. Prof. Ivelster. it Is thought, will ulso accompany the part.v. .Ulks Mary Clary, who was given a free trip to Washington as second prize In tho watch contest, desires to go earlier, and will not be a member of the party. She will go about the 29th of this month Besides the above there wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 April 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflee at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! TUESDAY, APRTTj ■% 1900. THE PARIS EXPOSITION. In two weeks, on April 15, accord- ■ ing to the announcement, the Pari* Imposition will be opened. The j American exhibit, representing oyer : 4,000 firms, will be a fair in itsolf. i Not less than 10,000 Americans have j been engaged for permanent services i on the grounds. American women j \rill take a more prominent part than in any former French exposition. Mrs. Potter Palmer is a. commissioner and juror of awards; 1 Mrs. May Wright Newall and Mr#. Lowe, of Atlanta, are delegates appointed by President McKinley, and Mrs. Daniel Manning will represnt the Daughters' of the Revolution at the unveiling of the Lafayette monumsnt in Paris. Undoubtedly this international fair has had much to do with keeping Kurope quiet at a critical time. Oneleadingclergyman goe* so tar aw to way that Providence '"has t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 April 1900

The Evening News. TUESDAY, APRIL ••?, 1900. THE PRODIGY'S POLITENESS. lift Spelled the Woi'.l So lliu I'reaoJiep Wouldn't 1 ndcrntHtiil Whnt TTo f'nllpd ni 111. A Baptist church on the Hast side includes among- its membership !i devout family consisting of father, mother and n precocious cherub of six, Bays iho Kansas City Star. The pastor has the usual weakness for chickens, and »o lias the cherub. In the early part of 1 he week t lie pastor was invited to dine. The pride of the family had been properly coached for the event, and more than usual had been paid to his spelling. He had mastered mit number of words of three letters, but it 'it wasstillsafeforinother nudfatherto \ spell out the words of two or more syllables which they did not wish him toanrterstand. It was: "When, ypu go down town I purchase some c-a-u-d-y," from moth- 1 ,or, auc'l father was always saying: .''Gat *oino b-a-n-a-n-a-s this morning." 'Cho pride of tho household had learned 1 hat whenever you want to use ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 April 1900

THE HARRISONBUftC MILLING OOMPANT SKLL FLOUR AND CCK6 TO OONBUWIBRB AT WHOLttftALK MIOI* The Evening News. TUESDAi'. APRIL. 100Q- I.nrgesl. iitocl; and latest styles In Shoes find Slippers, at * Herman Wise's. THE STATR. intci-estlofif Events in Neighbor* injc Counties. The congregation of Olef Sliolern will erect n sso,o<to temple at Nerfolk . Alfred Harris, one 'of the oldest citizens of Albemarle county, died Friday at his home. "Ingleilde."' near Oovesbill. He was S3 years of age. The dwelling house «>f Charles McWiilianis. near Toms lirool;. Shena'ndoah county, was damaged Saturday night by lire, the origin of which in not known. Mr. John .1. Hyde, of Buchanan, Botetourt county, died last week, lie nerved during the Civil War in the Twenty-eighth Virginia Kfrgiment, uud wan badly wounded at the battle of Cold Harbor. Mrs. Kdmonds 15. Ware, widow of col. .Josiah W. Ware, died at Burham, her home. In Clarke county, Saturday afternoon, aged SO yearn The decea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 April 1900

Volume 2, Number 122. THE TOWN COUNCIL IIEGULAIt MEETING HELD EAST NIOIIT. Many Matters ol Interest Disposed of.--Sleet Again Next Tuesday. The City Council in»;L Inst night lo regulur monthly session In tho Council Chamber. Prcßf.Mii: D. M. Nwltzer, Mayor, presiding-, A. H. Snyder, Kocordcr, and the Councllmen T. O. Jones, ('. 11. Gardner, John Noll, W. M. Bucher, J. B. Amiss. John C. Beery. Absent: J. 11. McGlaughlin P. (lu.yer, and J. Wilton. The Cora ml t tee on Ugh ts and Safely reported thai the lire plug ordered erected at corner of East. Market street and Federal Allov had been placed and connections made mid work completed. The same committee reported that the fire nozzle ordered nod been ordered, but that certain measurements were required by the factory and the nozzle had not yet been received. Committee indulged, From same committee n report was made that the new hose ordered had not been received. Indulged. Same committee reported that the machinery for nnd the repairs ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 April 1900

The Evening News* PUBMBHED DAILY (EXCKPT SUNDAYS! UV ROB T B. SMYTHE, knwred In the Fostnfllce at Harrisonburg ap second-clans matter. 1 WEDENSDAY, APJITL /, 10C.fi. THE STATIC. Interesting Events in Neighborluff Counties. Miss Mary Fiunkett, of .Lexington, (lied in that place on Sunday evening last, aged about 75 years. She is survived by five sisters one of whom is the wife of Rev. A. l'oe IJoude, another Mrs. John ('. Houde, and Mrs. Hoone, and two other. The vote on the proposition to issue bonds to the amonnt of $35,000 to supply Luray with a water system resulted in a sweeping victory In favor of the proposition. The election was held on Monday. There were only 20 votes against the proposition. Now* Notes. The public debt of the I'uitcd State* was reduced during the month of March, just ended. so,fi2fl,SOl. Queen Victoria left WindsorCastie, London, !l:30 Tuesday evening on her long contemplated trip to Ireland. A million of loyal subjects of her Majesty were expected in Dubli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 April 1900

The Evening News* WEDXESUA r, ,1 rniL /, 1000. LONG-DELAYED PUBLICATION. Ciov. Driulford Deroted IVfeftty-Flve Your* to Writ tit ft Hlh Ffldtor). Ciov. Bradford's famous "Jiistory of l'lymouth Plantation,' 1 sometimes erroneously styled "The Log of the Mayflower," which is now proudly sheltered by Boston's gilded dome, is. despite its age and wanderings, clear :>nd ss legible as print, and, withal, much of it is so fine that no typo of ordinary size will reproduce it line for line, says Truth. ■Since, the days o£ priming, probnbly no author has waited longer .-for a publisher than did fiov. Bradford, or furnished more legible, precise and accurate copy when the allotted time canoe. Twenty-five years were devoted by him to writing this history, which, although well known at, the lime, and used and quoted from by several historians, mysteriously disappeared ill the time of the American revolution, and was believed to lie as irrecoverable as the, lost books of f,ivv. Tn J SI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 April 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY BBLL FLOUR AND PBBD TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRIOES The Evening News. WEDNESDAY. A PHIL J. IM>. THIS CITY COITKOU- Continued from first stated that they had performed tliat duty,and that Mr. Davis wasengaged in that work. The City Attorney stated that uearlv all the rights of way for the .Sewer had been obtained aud all would he complete within a few days, and all damages were ordered paid when deeds are signed. It was ordered that the Town accept the option 011 Mrs. Hawse's lot, that the matter be closed by the Attorney, and $350 was appropriated to pay for snmr. Attention was called to the pavement on East Market street along by Herman Wise's store, and the Street Committee was ordered to look into the matter. The Committee on Lights and Safety, on motion b.v W. M. Bucher, was instructed to have tlieinsurance on the large building of Ilie Almshouse increased to $1,200. The contract 'with the keeper of the Almshouse having expired April ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 April 1900

IOE6 Volume 2, Number 123. LATEST WAR NEWS STATE9IENT OF MIKISTEU UeHcralH French aud Col vi lie Qive Up Their Pursuit of the Ilocrs. London, April 4 —The question of the transport of British troops across Portuguese territory front Beirao, Portuguese E i*t Africa, lit Rhodesia, having been brought up In the chamber of deputies, the foreign minister, Senor Beirno, made the following statement. "The transport of Britl<di soldiers by railroad from Iteira to Umtall was requested by Great Britain and consented to by Portugal because the British government thereby only exercised a right recognized in the treaties between the two countries. The outbreak of the war has not abrogated these treaties; which were concluded und signed prior to the war by Portugal In a npirit of loyalty. I have informed the Transvaal of this resolution. "Portugal has loyally adhered to its duties and neutrality, and its resolutions have been communicated to all Interested parties. "There occurred no m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 April 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS' BY ROB T B. BMYTHE. Entered In the Postr.fflcw at Harrisonburg a* second-claBR matter 1 THURSDAY, APRJL T, 11X10.Z A novel report curuee from the New Hampshire Bureau of Labor. It 1# ail estimate of the value to the state of the summer boarder business. Th« Investment is $11,000,000 and the Income half as much. The mountain county of Grafton derived a revenue from tourists last year amounting to $1,200,000. Ttockinfclwm County, with its fine line of seacoast, came next, tvlth $900,000. In one town, Dublin, #158,000 was Invested in permanent summer cottages. <Jor. Hollins, of N'ew Hampshire, is •trongl.v in favor of cultivating this business by road improvement, forestry and rural mail delivery. Mis kind of politics ought to lie more pODtllar. California has borrowed an ii.lt-a and now holds delightful out-door festivals. A blossom festival was held recently in the Santa Clara footbill#, .six car loads of passenger* from S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 April 1900

The Evening News. TMUR&HA Y. APRIL 5, MO. Kmart a h-j m> . Teacher—What is the meaning of th* word "procrastinate?" Sammy—lt means io put oil, sir. T«»cher--Tb.-it's all right; nowoompose me a sentence with the word .proparly introduced. Sammy—When a man retires at night ho procrastinates his clothes.— Boston Courier. * A CoiniieniintiiiK Pncl. Oh, uiee me not, sirs, to he up with the nun, Though w»ll jre mlcht know that I ourht t«r, But permit me to think 1 have very wall done Whan I blitli*ly «tay up with the daughter. —fisrlem Life. A REISSLHI.NG PIIOMISI.. Wif« —Now, promise me, dear, you won't go drinking with thoso beastly men at the club to-night. Hubby—No, fny dear; I'll bring; \>ra home With me. —The Cigarette. T2ie Wli« Hon. "That yjtitli. It seems, knows more- than rou," Janet cat']. Said Brown: "Wail, ratter, It would b« strange wera that not true, To* sea, I am his father." •-Phlln<3?)phla Press. Tlio New Way. Sirst Bank Dire...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 April 1900

T*M rtftßtttaONßUmi MILLittO (jOMMMYMIL PLOW* AND HEEt> TO CONSUMERS *T WHOLES*!.! WIOM The Evening News. THURSDA Y. APRIL o, 1900. Proin Dayton. Dayton, April 5. G. D. Hott was called to Hagerstown, Md., last week on business Minn Eva B. Kelter, who has been visiting relatives here for some time past, returned to her home In Huntington, Ind., Inst week. Mr. Hani Graybill paid his many friends here a short visit last week. W. H. Bailey, Grand Waster of the I. 0.0. F. of Virginia.paid this lodge an official visit on last Tuesday night. - Miss EdnaThaeker, of Upper Tract, W, Va., i« visiting Miss Mollis Grayblll. E. LeeCoffman left last Saturday for the Johns Hopkins Hoppltal, Baltlrna,where hcexpocts to receive medical treatment. Mrs. C A. Carter, who has been visiting her father, Mr. S. L. Cootes, has returned to her home in Harrisonburg. .J. H. Ritenoui" aud brother were cnlled home Wednesday by the sadden illness of their mother. They were attending school here. Mr. and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 April 1900

Volume 2. Number 124. INSTANTLY KILLED A NEGBO SOLDIER IX BTAUNTOK THIS HORSING. Deputy Sheriff T. H. Dawson Shut Him while Attemptlug to Etcnpe. A negro soldier was shot and killed this morning In Staunton at about 9 o'clock, by Deputy Sheriff T. H. Dawson, of Augusta County. From the message over the telephone It seems that the soldier had been arrested In town for some offense and brought to the jail with his bauds tied. Deputy Sheriff Dawson, who is jailor, uutled thn man, when he tried to knock Dawson down, with the evident intension of trying to escape. Dawson dretv his revolver and shot him through the heart, killing him iustantly. No further particulars could be obtained, except that there was considerable excitement In Stannton over the afNir. Deputy Sheriff Dawson Is well known here, is highly esteemed by his acquaintances and is considered a conscientious officer. He is rather smell and slight in build. THE RESOLUTIONS Paused l»v the Republican Congressional Contention. T...

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