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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) /BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Kniered in the Postofflcear. Harrisonburg ae second-class matter.l THURSDAY, A I'll IL 7:'. 1000. SATISFIED AT LAST. Wllliclmlun, Holland'* \<mns Queen, Ktppp**o* Herself Flensed >r 111, 'l'llim JHrilnlllvii. An Ams I erdam correspondent writes: This city is preparing to celebrate its six hundred! li birthday, which occurs 1 his year. The ■wealthy burghers. who arc proud of Iheir town, mean to ma Ice the festival :i magnificent ntl'air. The queen will come clown from The Hague in great stale and, of course, will lie A DAINTY MEDALLION. (The Only Likeness Which Satisfies Queen Wllhelmlna.) the honored guest. A ilock of kings, princes, dukes and other nobles w ill be in attendance from all parts of Ku rope. The young queen, who lakes u justifiable pride in her own personal appearance, is at last satisfied with a medallion of herself. The lucky artist isHans.ianseii. So pleased is 1 he,voting ...

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

The Evening News* THURSDAY, APlllL mo. GOING TO COLOR A 00. For the Sole Purpose of Living in a Political Atmosphere. At the A®c of 71 )lr*. Catherine V. Wnlte, of rhirnso. lino Formed u fiAtv l'lirlner*lii|i Willi Her Hnftliniiil nt Denver. At the ape o.f T1 Mrs. Catherine V. Waite js about to form a law pai-tncr-'sliip in Denver, Col., with lior husband, farmer Judge Charles J!. Waite. ,The *irm Avill be C. ]!. & C. Y. Waite, and friends will be disappointed it't he aged couple do riot make some of the hustling western Arms do their best to maintain prestige. Mrs. Waite, who is now in Detroit, has lived in Chicago at various t inies since 1855, and her home is at present with lier daughter, J)r. TiUey Waite, '.IS J.ooiuis street, in that city. She has been a lifelong friend of Susan I!. Anthony, and is one of the most remarkable women o( the west. Having lived in many states of ilie union, Mrs. Waite is going to Colorado because she believes it has t he only atmosphere...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES v| _______ The Evening News. Till lISDAY, M'ltlL 12, 1900. Summer Hoarders. The l'nssengcr Department <>r the Southern nnilwny has went out circularn to hotels nnd to personH who iire willing to entertain minimcr hoarders, residing on or near the Southern Railway, requesting lull information as to location, number accomodated, terms of board, etc., for iruidance in compiling information for " Summer Homes Folder," season 1!M)0. itiankscan be had of station agent or by addressing Mr. W. A. Turk, (ieneral J'assenger Agent, Southern Hallway, Washington, I). ('. Tug* l« Latt Four V('»rs, Payment of the bicycle, tax in Franee is proved by a small plate aflbced to the machine every year, but the fjovorninent now proposes to issue plates prood for four years. The holder must liaVe Jiis name and address engraved at his own expense, but lie is supplied with new plates'when necessary, 0...

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

Volume 2, Number 130. LATEST WAR NEWS AXOTIIKK HOHIC VICTOBY r:i;pouTi:i). Tlirlr Attack at Llandslaagto ltenewcd Yesterday Afternoon. London. April 12. —A special dispatch from Kliindslnngtc dated yesterday sn.vc: "Fighting; \v;is renewed beyond Elnndalangte ilsim afternoon. The Boers steadily advance! upon the liritish posltion«. There was a funUrinous rllle lire ami the lioer big guns were in action. The I'.rltUh replied effeetivel.v, nnd after two Honrs' tight ing the Boers were checketl." Klundslaagte aud Wcpener still monopolize attention. Atboth places a series of Indecisive actions ore occurring. The Boer report of the lighting on April 10 at Rlandslaagte avers that the advaneeon the British camp was made with the lossofonly three mules and two horses, while the liritish losses, says the same report, must, have been heavy. The bombardment lasted all day. Nothing has been learned regarding I lie rumor of Col. linden-Powell's death, nor is there anything tending to show how lo...

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

The Evening News. I'UnLISHED DAILY (EXCKPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Rutereil lu the Poatofllce at Harrisonburg a« second-class matter. 1 I'lllDAY, Arm I, 1:1, 1900. ENCOURAGING INDUSTRIES. The committee on commerce and manufacturers of the hoard of trade, of Washington, I). lias boon for some time considering- plans for extend ing encouragement to individuals ami corporations to locate manufac- Turing plnnts within the District. The conclusion, it is stated, has been reached that such encouragement can be extended by exempting; manufacturing plants from taxation for limited periods and the offering' of sites to those who may wish to locate here—either free or at nominal prices—ns is the practice, the comniltte states, of nearly every city of importance in the I'nited States. The Chattanooga Times announces that $.",0(1,0110 has been suscribed for the erection of a new cotton mill. In that clt.v and that it is proposed hereafter to double the capacity of the establishment. It is ...

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

The Evening News. FfiTDAY, A rillL Ut, won. WILL VISIT DUBLIN. Queen Victoria Has Decided to Hon- or Her Irish Subjects. llnrlniK Her Vlall In flu* Kmei'Mlil I»le Slie Will Me Rntertalned li>- Ihe Karl <>t I'ltiloiciiti. I.nnL I.lenleminl of Ihe K iiiKilnni. (ieorge ilenry, curl of Cadogan, lord lieutenant of Ireland, who will act as i ho official host of Victoria during' Her majesty's visit to Irelhnd in April, is probably the one individual in the Emerald Isle who is properly equipped for so lofty a service as entertainer of the queen of England and empress of India. Personally the earl has done much to distinguish himself. His high rank in the nobility has given him a certain prominence in conservative polities, but he is by no means as great a man as some of his predecessors in the office he now holds. That office is tremendously greater than the man, and few Americans J,now the extent of itdignity, its ret in ue and its largess. Lord Cadogan'x e...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1000. Summer Hoarders. The l'nusenger Department o£ the Southern Hallway has sent out circulars to hotels nnil to persons who arc willing to entertain summer boarders, residing on or near the Southern Railway, requesting full information as to location, number accomodated-, terms of board, etc., I'of «ruidancc in compiling information for "Slimmer Homes Folder," season 1900. Rianksean be liatl of station agent, or.by addressing Mr. W. A. Turk, (Soncral l'assenger Agent, Southern liailwnv. Washington, 1). Look for Sinoot/.'s advertisement in t Ills paper. * "Hero or Oowpcns." A committee from the Morgan Monument Association. recently formed in Winchester, will visit Washington this week and besides calling upon Virginia's Representatives in Congress will also visit President Melvinley and solicit co-opera-tion in (he project of building a lifting memorial lo the "...

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

Volume 2, Number 131. LATEST WAR NEWS THE HOICKS ARE OATNINO <; KOI TND Many ol" Tlieui Keliirn to Tlicu* Farms at Night and Sliont During the Dny. Colonel Dalgoty, who is in command of the colonial force surrounded at. Weponer, is holding out gamely. Exciting developments are probable In tho near future. The censorship is particularly strict. AM w.\ i. xoiiTii, April 12— A detachment of 200 of the Rouxville commando is patrolling in thisdlrection. Many of the men go to their farms at night and rejoin the detachment in tho morning. The Rouxville commando numbers 700. A large body of Basntos Is closely watching events from 1 lie border. The weather is too cloudy to permit heliographing. It is reported that the Boers lost heavily in tho recent lighting at: Wepenor. There is much weep hi g among the women, and an urgent message for assistance has been seal to tho Rouxville commando. There was lighting at Do Westdorp today. PiiktoTSia, April 11.—1'nited States Consul liny, in...

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

The Evening News* . . I PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BT ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postoffice at Harrisonburg sv second-class matter. ] SATURDAY, APRIL 1-1. 1000. The Supreme'.t'ourtjiasjust rendered ft decision of great interest to fraternal insurance companies. TholihsJinnd of tho plaintiff was a mem her of the Knights of Pythias and was insured for $3,500. lie paid Ins assessments to the secretary within tint date prescribed, hut theSeeretary failed to make returns to the headquarters within the proper time and the whole section under his Jurisdiction was suspended. During this suspension the insured died and the company refused to pay the policy. Tne court holds that it must lie paid. The one hero, of tlie recent, war wlioin the people (»f the north, south, east, and west delight to honor, and who haw won a .permanent abiding place in the heart of every patriotic American in your uncle Joe Wheeler. Courage, craftiness, and modesty in such proportions as they appear in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 April 1900

The Evening News. SA TUT'DA Y, APRIL U, l!Hk>. POPULAR AND WISE. Congressman Hitt as a Statesman and Friend of Statesmen. Rrgan I.lfe «« n Chivagn Nrivi|imii r Hi l Cftnie to Cor* Itrt-HH— Anthnrlty on All ))lpliiinnfle Mil (for*. If Ifepresentative liobcrt Roberts llitt, of Illinois, wore to compile his reminiscences, i lie result would be a volume of extraordinary interest. Xot only lias he figured prominently in national and international affairs for nearly a generation, but. he lias enjoyed personal relations of a peculiarly close character with more men of eminence perhaps than any other man •of the day. Away back before the war, says the Washington Star, when a. mere bojv he was Attached to Abraham Lincoln in a way that gave liim enviable facilities for studying the processes of Lincoln's mind, lie was a. stenographer and a, newspaper reporter for the Chicago Tribune, and throughout the memorable debate between Lincoln and Douglas, preceding the hitler's election to...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. SATURDAY. APRIL //, 1900. Now is the time to get >*i<l of vour old clothes. Take t hem hi the seeoiid-hnnd store, West '.Market street, opposite It. «V (). depot. Our second-hand re-opening will commence at 4»o'elock. Saturday, April IT. (>'ive us !i call " Jknnii: S'l'itoTinoii. I.ook for Snioot/.'s advertisement in this paper. Mo.\i;y to lend from $5011.(10 up' Apply to .1. ('. Ktaci.ks Co. S*y inc. Man's liead goes into mourning * Jn quite :i different ivav. Jn token of (V parted years It lions «i i oh© of gray. —Chicago Tribune. THE DAILY MAILS. Arrivals rom the North—l2:ss a. in., C. & W.; 2:15 p. mi. and t>:sio p. in., Southern Railroad. Departures for the North—o:4s a. in. *»nd 8:80 p. in. and 7:00 p. in., Soul hern: 4:82 p. in., C. &W. Arrivals from *t he South—0:81) a. in. and 2:10 p. in., R. &amp...

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

Volume 2, Number 132. LATEST WAR NEWS nOIUCS STILL WORRYING <;i:n. i:oi;i:rts. Gen. Cron.je ami Otlior Prison- ors Arrived at St. Helena oil the 1 Otli. I,i:kmokui\ southeast of Illoemfon--1 fin, Monilu.v. April M'>.—Tim liner commando, which is si ill in I lie southern district nml which it was feared hail been cut off. has rendered good account of itself with the iJastitolaud iiolicc, who had invaded I lie (>range free State. Four British scouls who were captured to-day say that liloemfonteiii is hard pressed for water. They add that nil the private wells were guarded, und. civilians were not permitted to use them until ' the troops were supplied. Commandant l>e Wet lias received a report (hat, the I'.ritish who tied from Smlthlichl, southward, were severely punished Ithe llurghers of Uouxville. News received here from Johannesburg Drill says a liritish force of about: 1.0(10 men, mainly composed of lirabant's Horse, with (ienernl ISrali...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in.the Postofflce at Harrisonburg a--second-class matter. 1 MOXDAY, APRIL Jd, 1900. THE FIRST CABLE CAR. It W«,» Built J'ifly "i t'llrs .Vji« mill In Still in Operation Between Two Sow iTfiioy Tonus. Running from rhillipsburg, Is. J., to Xewark, X. .F., there is a canal that is in many respects the most, remarkable.' in existence. .it is CO miles long 1 , and was in operation.in '.New Jersey before a railroad existed i a the state. It runs ill many cases side by side with the Lackawanna railroad, and furnishes the most (striking example of. the difference between the old-time sindmodera methods of freight transportation that can be seen. Its most remarkable feature is thai in place of the lock system in use on 1 ' f FIRST CABLE CAK. (It Is Still in Operation Between Two New Jersey Towns.)' canals the boats arc drawn lip and down elevations on great. cars with high sides and open ends on a track 18 feet wi...

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

The Evening News. MONDAY, APIIIL 1(1, IM>. ELECTRIC AMBULANCE. Built Not I.onu Ago for St. Yluceiit'a Ilo«i>llnl. Nut York, nml Sucrranlnll)' Opnraa.ted. A motor ambulance is net down as the latest lliing- in horseless vehicles and one that has .just, been put in operation by St. Vincent's hospital, jS'ew York, is said by its maker to be the first automobile ambulance to be. built and put in service in this or any other country. "An ainbiilan.eeof-thiskind." he stiys, "possesses many advantages oyer its horse drawn prototype. A greater-speed is attainable; there is more ease and safety for the patient; itinny be stopped ivithin its own length when running' at full speed, and 011 ae- MOTOR AMBULANCE. (Built for a New York Hospital mid Now in Daily Use.) count of its weight it runs with greater smoothness." The gears in use are an adaptation o£ the carriage gear,, but improved rind made identical with tiie pedestal gear used on locomotives. The wheels are of wood...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News* MOXDAY, AJ'JiIL 14, Hi'"). Colored School Closing. The colored Graded School here cloned last Friday with appropriate exorcises at the school building. The program consisted of recitations, dialogues, readings, essays, etc., interspersed with inspiring music. No special exhibit was made, but maps and drawings required in the final examinations were displayed for the inspection of patrons and visitors. A large number of publicspirited citizens were present, and they expressed their approval of the •program in the highest terms. Short addresses were made by Revs. 1,. \V. I!rigg«. \V. \Y. Coiley. T. li. White and Mr. .1. W. Cochran, all of whom recommended the work of the nclioql. .It was a splendid closing. hook for Smooth's advertisement in this paper. Summer Hoarders. The Passenger Department of Ihe Southern .Hallway has sent out circulars to hotels and to persons who are willing ...

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

The Evening News. Volume 2, Number 133. LATEST WAR NEWS TIIIO KDKiS POKCIiS AUK ItICTI If I N'(i. Itritisli Troops Awaiting ilio Arrival of More Cavalry Horses. London, April I(S.—A special dispatch from 1 ><i<l.vhmilll, dated April 1(1, J):-l."> n. m.. Hii.ys : "Native scouts have just reported that the liorrs in the FJaudslnugte district have retired beyond the Blggarsborg. "Other Information tends lo confirm the report that the Boors have succeeded In blowing up three important collieries near Wessels Nek, completely destroying the engine houses and plants." Friday, April HI (via Louren/.o Manpies).—Fighting with Itrabaut's Horse at .lainmorborg drift continues. Couimandiuit I'etrus lie Wet is reported to have engaged the troops sent from Bloomfonteln lo Itrabaut's assistance. There was also a brush with a British column advancing toward Itultfontein, without decisive result. All the foreign attaches are now here. I'iiktokia, April 1.1....

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg an second-clans matter. 1 TUESDAY, APRIL IT, 1000. THERE IS NO DOUBT ABOUT IT. If any body has a message for tliif people of this community lie cannot, deliver it to them so effectually, so cheaply, so quickly in any other way nw through the columns of liiis paper. 11 is the business of tliis paper to carry messages of one kind and another into homes. The message will be delivered; too, under fa vorable conditions, for few persons take lip their local paper except in n pleasant and receptive frame of mind. Tin* sign ui><>ti the fence hoard may be good, but it'can be seen only h.v travelers who go Hint particular road. The message in t lie local paper carries itself to thousands, no matter by which road they travel Select your space mid put your message where it will do the most Rood. We, perhaps, cnn help you if you will hut ask us. As .-i...

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

Thc Evening News. TUESDAY, APRIL 17, IW. IS HIGHLY ESTEEMED. {Ciowil« Tlironjt the II0••*«» (inllerU'H Wlien G'oiiaireaainnii Mttlrllrld la Slaleil for it Speeeli. liarely docs a congressman ascend to ■ prominent position before the peopie of tlie country as rapidly as the newest member of the delegation from Maine, Charles JC. Littlefield—the late Nelson Ding-ley's successor. It was cecn when Mr. Littlefield first appeared on tlio floor of the house that he was large and strong physically, and now, after his speeches on the question of seating liriglwm 11. I!oberts and im- . posing a tax on Porto liico's commerce the states, it is observed that Mr. CHARLES E. LITTLEFJELD. (Congressman "Who Has Achieved Fame Within Three Months.) LittleileM is a large, strong 1 man mentally. IMr. Littlelield, who is 49, began at an early age to provide. himself ivitli money by bin own toil. -\t 13 he weni haying, anil thus earned his' first dollar laboriously. Later lie became u caripenter, nml he w...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News* TUESDAY, APIUL IT. I'M). Washington \cw». -Inl to tin 1 Kvkmni: Ni:vvs.| Washington, April 1(1. President and Mrs. McKinley will leave hero on Thursday morning at 1(1 o'clock for Pnterson, X. .1.. where they will remain until Saturday morning as guests of Mrs. Garret A. Hobart, widow of the late Vice President.. This will be the beginning of a trip which will take the President away from Washington for at least a. wfiek. From Paterson the President. who will be accompanied by Mrs. McKinley, will go to New York, reaching there in time to make an address Saturday evening before the ecumenical conference missions of 1 lie Methodist Church. In New York the presidential party will be quartered at the Manhattan Hotel. President and Mrs. McKinley will stay in New York until late Sunday night, when they will leave for Clinton, Ohio. The President and his wife are going to their home to lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 April 1900

Volume 2, Number 134. LATEST WAR NEWS ItItITIHII ICKADY TO START l-'Olt I'iiIOTOICIA. Will Advance in Two Columns. Doers CJettiiig Heady to Receive 'riiein. London, April IT.—At last Lord Kolicrts seems to be on (lie eve of making his main advance toward Pretoria. I'nless nil tins 11 niihii 11 ll.v reliable Nourccs of information mid nil the iudicatlonssmugglcd |>:isl (lie consor are at fault, the I>i'iti»h iirmy within n few days will lie marching northward. After ninny premature and unfounded reports that hnve purported to tell of this move, there ia naturally, even in the best-ln-formetl nuarters, considerable hesitancy in definitely settling upon the day Lord Kolicrts is likely to lea ve nioemforiteln, hut there is n settled impression that it will occur either at thecuil of this week or the beginning of next. The long, weary wait ill the Free State capital linn apparently effected a much-needed rehabilitation, though it iit probable Lord ltoberts would sti...

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