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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 April 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BV ROB'T B. SMTTHE. KutereU lu the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 WSDESSDAY, APIUL IS, 1000. TO SUCCEED WATSON. Admiral Georifi' C. Remo>- Appointed Commander «f Ihf Asiatic Station «>f llio rVnvy. Admiral George C. Ermcv, who has been assigned to suceeedAdiniral Watson as commander of the Asiatic station, is an old sailor, who served in the union navy during Iho civil war and who was Very useful to the department during the recent war with Spain. He ADMIRAL GEORGE C. REMEY. (Just "Assigned to the Command of the Asiatic Station.) is an lowa man find was appointed from that state 1o the naval academy at Annapolis in ]S."io. When 1 lie civil war began he was commissioned a lientenant of llie gunboat Marbleliead in the South Atlantic blockading squadron. He was present at 1 lie siege of Yorktown and on .several occasions engaged llie batteries at long range. His ship was disabled just before ...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 April 1900

The Evening News. tt'EDXJiSDAT, A rim. is. mm). THE SUDANESE FEVER. It MuLen lt AtluckN "Set* Iti'it" •ml Drive* 'l'll< in Into \ Intent luvmi 11 y. Much attention has been called to the number of men in the army serving in the Philippines who have pone insane, suysuXnv York paper. Tlu> govermiient has sent :i speeial commission out there to investigate 1 he mat I er, and there has been talk of a mysterious disease called the "Sudanese fever." it is believed by some that this disease is peculiar to Kast Indian and African tropics: that it was (his which caused Dr. Peters to get into trouble for lulling Africans, and made the MALAY RUNNING AMUCK. (Terrible Effects ot the Disease Known as Sudanese Fever.) French oilicers in Ilie interior of Africa recently slay other officers sent to their relief, is one theory. Everybody lias heard of 1 lie Malay who runs amuck and, frenzied, kills right and left until lie himself is killed. The word "amuck" is a corruption of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 April 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News* WEDNESDAY. APRIL IS, 11)00. County Court J. S. Fisher wan appointed committee for Margaret Monger, who in of unsound mini], and as such qualified, giving bond in Hie penalty of #lOO. \V. H. Jlartle. having given bonil of #l,OOO, was granted certificate for obtaining letters of administration upon the estate of Alice M. Hurtle, deceased, tlie property being estiniuteil not to exceed S.">OO. A. (i. H. I'owes, nil Elder in the Christian Church, i]ualiiietl to celebrate the rites of matrimony. Jacob 1!. Itrennanian qualified as deputy to John J. Jlnmner, Commissioner of He venue forl'lains .Magisterial District. The last will of Daniel Miller was admitted to probate and ordered recorded. The property to pass under this will is estimated not to exceed #l,OOO. Win. D. Maiden, Justice of Peace, paid into Court SM. tines assessed by liini. U. T. Myers vs. <ieo. \V. I...

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

Volume 2, Number 135. LATEST WAR NEWS . I'.IMTISII fiUNIOIJAI.S IIKING i;.l<:C\MiKl>. Tlicy art; Condemned by the Ones nlio arc Staying at Ifonin. London. Ayr II Is.—ll is persistently stated in military circles that Lieut, (icii. Sir Charles Warren, the commander of the .">t h Division of I lie South Africa Held force, lias been ordered to return home. It is said Unit a peremptory order for (Jen. Warren's return was cabled to South Africa this morning. Lord Roberts' criticisms of Gen. Duller, (Jen. Warren and Col. Thorneycroft continue topics of acute interest. All the afternoon papers comment at length on tlie strictures of the Drilish cornuiander-in-chief in South Africa, taking the same lines as the morning papers, praising Lord Itobcrts for his frankness and speculating upon what the publication of the dispatches at the present moment portends. Some of them maintain there is nothing left for Gen. Duller but to resign. The St, James Gazette is pa...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) liy ROB'T B. SMYTHE. filtered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg an seeond-class.matter.l TUUItSDAY, Al'l'lL lit, 1900. A man in Pennsylvania has achieved fume by always standing' up when he sleeps. In these sensation-loving days tiie man who likes obscurity has a hard time dodging tiie lasso of notoriety. He has to be without a peculiarity, and eveii then runs risks of becoming noted for that. FUNERAL ODDITIES. Durid (iarrk'k's widow carefully preserved all her weddiny garments in order lliat, they might serve as a sliroud, and was buried in them. A court milliner of Queen Victoria who died some years ago left strict injunctions that her body should be entirely wrapped in point lace, and her sliroud cost several thousand dollars. Margaret Coosins, who was buried in Kent, England, ordered her body to be uttired in scarlet satin and ])laeed in u mahogany coffin, lined with green silk, with u glass over the entire casket, which she dir...

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

The Evening News. THI'IISDA Y, A I'lllL Won POPULAR AND WISE. Congressman Hitt as a Statesman and Friend of Statesmen. Brarun I.lfe »i a Cliicnwo X<*\v«i>ai>er Reporter—lion- lie Came t« t'onItrraa—Authority on All Itlplomiitle 31 ti I tcl'm. if lJepresentative Bobert iloberts. Hitt, of Illinois, were to compile liis reminiscences, the result would be a .volume of extraordinary interest. Not only has he figured prominently in national and international affairs for nearly a generation, but he has 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 boy, he was attached to Abraham Lincoln in a way that gave him 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 anil Douglas, precedi...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. THURSDAY. APRIL 10, 1000. CIRCUIT COITKT. Many Cases Were Decided at Yesterday's Session. The Rockingham Exchange Company vs. The Farrer Lumber Company. Defendant tiled an affidavit of denial of corporation. .1. Alfred Garrett vs. F. A. I'.yerly, etc. Continued at costs of defendants. Emma <!. Magalls vs. (). It. Roller iV Martz. Defendants pleaded nothing assumed and payment to which pleas the plaintiff replied generally and at'the same time the defendants tiled their statement of set offs. .lames E. (iibbs ys. .1. Newton Wilson, "W. 1!. Myers and S. W. Shaver. Defendants withdrew their pleas tiled in this cause, and it was ordered that the plaintiff recover against the defendant s.'!oo, with Interest thereon from October 111, 10US, till paid and his costs in the suit. <l. Ober iK: Sons Company, a corporation, vs. P. S. Fahrney. The defendant appeared not. O...

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

Volume 2, Number 136. THE FOURTH DAY. F.I). llE( lli:i(T SAID THEY WOl7l/J> <JO TiIIIOIHJII ISIiOOD. Prof, keister Testllled tlnu John Lewis (<rahhe<l Acker when Shell'. St riK'k at Him. Many spectators are a ttraet ed to the trial, anil a [rood deal of interest Is manifested in the testimony. although it is hard for I ho audience to, hear, the witnesses being up on the stage Home distance away. l'rof. \V. If. Keister was called to the stand after our report closed yesterday, lie said he saw John Lewis grab Mr. Acker by the urms while Sheff Lewis, jr., struck at Ifim. In answer to a (|iiestion I'rof. Keister said that before the Convention was called to order Kd. bechert told him that they (the Lewis faction) were going to have t.lielr rights here today if tlie.v had to do il by blood. This statement caused a violent protest from counsel for the defense, who claimed that what Prof. Keister heard or saw before the convention should not In a...

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

The Evening News* I'UHLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SUYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. | I-It I DAY, AI'IUL SO, 1000. FOREIGN NOTES OF INTEREST. One million pounds is spent every year in England upon the game of footliall. At Zurich the theological faculty of the university finds that it has only eight students for ten professors Ihis winter. Tobacco is now raised in County Meath, Ireland. It grows luxuriantly and is said to be "twice as strong us the strongest tobacco sold." Beer turns to art in Munich. The well-known brewer Pschorr is going to erect at his own expense a colossal equestrian statue of Emperor Ludwig, tlie Bavarian, on the Kaiser Ludwigplatz. Over the main gateway to Ilie Paris exposition at the entrance to the Champs Elysees a startling kmoval ion in sculpture will be seen. The figure ot! the "City of Paris" will be represented us a woman dressed according to tlie latest fashion of 3900. J'aris has just received the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 April 1900

The Evening New§. FRIDAY, Amu, •.'{), 1001). RECENT" INVENTIONS. Am automatically-closing' cap for oil cups has been designed of tubular shape and provided with u slot in one side, the cup having a groove 'cut near the top, in which n coiled spring is set. to turn the cap, the oil can be inserted in the slot and the eaji revolved to open the cup. Fruit can be picked and automatically discharged into a barrel without bruising by a Canadian's patent picker, which has a cloth funnel suspended on the end of a rake, wliich is used to pull the fruit into the funnel, with a tube pmvied with a pail at the lower end, against which the fruit strikes. A combined bicycle and rowing machine has been designed, having a seat, and foot braces on top of the cyclo frame, with handled levers pivoted on extension frames and connected by a strap running over a. pulley to the rear hub, to propel the wheel as the levers are pulled on bj' the rider. There has been designed a rotary blacking brush which can...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. FRIDAY, APRIL -0, 1900. WAR IN AFRICA. Will the Boers Blow i'|i Iln> .loliniincsliurtr Mines.' London, April Hl.—The arrival of Oen. Harrington at Beira, Portuguese Fust Africa, and a reiteration of the report that the Boers intend blowing up the Johannesburg mines are the only Items of news that mark to- day's war cables. Weeks' must , elapse before (Jen. Carrington will be able to concentrate his force on the borders of the Transvaal or approach Mafeking. According to a rujtnor in circulation at Lorenzo Martinez, a Boer force has been sent to intercept (ien. Carrington, but it is not thought to be of sufficient strength to cause anxiety. The Natal Mercury is responsible for the renewed fears concerning the mines, printing uccounts from new I.* arrived refugees, saying elaborate preparations for the destruction of ail the Johannesburg sliafts have been carried on under...

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

Volume 2, Number 137. FOR THE DEFENSE. TESTIMONY ALL IN I'Olt THIS STATU. Indications that (ho Trial will Continue for Several Days Vet. # Mr. James 10. Holler stated that he saw Charlie Fletcher with a chair raised; I'd. Dechert and Sam Davis with sticks on the stage; and that John Lewis was standing at Acker's hack when he fell. Samuel ISranuermnti was next brought to the stand. He said that Charlie Hammer and Sheff Lewis hit I. 1). Davis; that he saw Ud. Dechert with stick in hand; and that after all was over heard him say that they would have their rights if tliey had io wade through blood to get them. .1 vim Long saw John Acker only after lie was struck. He heard someone sa.v : "I) it, I'll get him,"and turning around saw Fletcher, whom he thought uttered the words, with a chair raised a,bovc Ids head. He also testified to seeing Sam Davis and Kd. Dechert with sticks. John Phillips, the janitor of the court house, was brought to the stand. He saw Isd. Dechert with a stick. He s...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB T B. SM7THE. Entered In the Postofßce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 SATI'IIDA >\ M'lllh il. 1000. ELECTRICAL ENERGY. It is proposed by a Michigan company to carry {in electric current of 40,000 volts !)0 miles. The St. Louis {hospital at l'aris has a new laboratory for electro-tliera-peutics aiul radiography. Electric cars rare immensely popular in England, jmd the equipment companies can hardly keep up -with their orders. Balloon tireless telegraphic communication is to be attempted at Portsmouth, England, •with n view to establishing communication between t lie sea. and a land force. Tho electric exhibit at the l'aris exposition bids fair to be one of 11nmost attractive jiarts of tho show. There will be a complete retrospective exhibit of electrical -and mechanical apparatus of historical character, and tho special exhibit will be housed in the "Court of Honor" built of staff. It is proposed to constr...

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

The Evening News* SATURDAY, At' Jill, L'l, W). HEARSE WAS WRECKED. Cable Car Came Into Collision W nh It, anil Tliren (he Collin Oat Into tin- Street. A hen rue bearing the body of a woman was wrecked by a cable ear at Thirty-fourth street, and Broadway, New York, and the coffin was hurled into the street. The funeral was that of Mrs. Jasper Dowil, of 721 Malone street, lloboken. The hearse and 32 carriages had crossed bv the Fortysecond street ferry, and were bound for the Long Island ferry at Thirtyfour th street. When the procession reached Thir-ty-fourth street, the driver of the WRECK OP Till: HEARSE. hearse, turning to Hie left, attempted to cross the I'roadwav cable car tracks. Columbus aveitue car Xo. GO, going at full speed south bound, was not seen by tlic driver. The gripnian threw off his grip and set the brake, but it was 100 late. The car. crashing into the side of the hearse, overturned it,. The glass sides of the hearse were shattered and the eoflin was tossed into t...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES T*he Evening News. s.\ 77 i:da y. April li, urn. At til* 1 ("hurdles Tomorrow. M. E. Ciintm, Sor-rii.—Rev. J. H. Andrew, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. tn. find ~.'lo i>. m. Sunday School, class meeting 2 p. in., Kpwurth League, 0:!t0. Literary meeting of League Tuesday evening at S o'clock. Public prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:3oo'clock p. m. Official meeting first Thursday in each month at s p. m. Men's prayer service Friday evening at 7:3(1 o'clock. Junior Epworth League Saturday at p. in. Choir rehearsal Saturday at 7:-' to p.m. Mission Ciiapki..—Sunday, (iospel meeting at !):(!() and Sunday School at 3:00. Prayer meeting and Jlilile study Thursday evening at N:00 17.l 7 . B. Curncii.—Kev. A. S. Hammack, pastor. Sunday School, !>:.'!() a., m.: preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. in. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at s o'clock. Official meeting first Saturday of each month ...

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

Volume 2, Number 138. COUNTY COVENTION Til 15 UNTloltieiFrisl> DEiVIOC- ItACV ASSKMItLK. A I'ftMdniilc Gathering.—ll. I'. Italston Nominated for till! Legislature. Tin' Democratic ('utility Convention met til Assembly Hull Saturday afternoon, with nonrl.v KM! delegates present. Ilmi. (leorge li. Kcezeli called tlic meeting to order, nnil on motion lie was elected permanent chairman and A. H. Snyder permanent secretary. There were no contesting delegations and therefore no committee on credential!) was appointed. A committee on resolutions was appointed composed of the following: A. If. Snyder, .1. <l. Myers, George <i. Strayer, I'. M. Driver, John S. Marlx. The chairman also appointed the following committee on nominations: K. W. Carpenter, .1. li. Leebrick, T. N. llaas, David Wenger. D. M. lteani. The committee, on resolutions, alter ten or fifteen minutes consulta- tion, reported the following resolutions to the convention: llesrilreil. It.v .tlie ...

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

The Evening News* PUHLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYSI UY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Fostofttce at Harrisonburg us second-clans matter.l MONDAY, APRIL 2,1, 1909. HOW TO SUCCEED. Tin 1 manager <>f one of the most successful furniture houses in <Srenter New York was asked to what one thing, in his opinion, liii* success of tilt 1 concern wiih must due. lie replied : "The 'founder of the firm was a great believer in advertising, mid to Ihisfact. maybe ascribed the enormous business we are handling." There is no business, however small, that cannot lie increased by judicious, systematic, persistent advertising. The giant wak does not gain Its strength in a day. Magnifieent buildings are not reared all at once,nor can theirstrength and beauty be appreciated until the finishing touches are put on. Is your business satisfactory ? Arc you making headway? Are you using to the best advantage the greatest of all business levers—advertising? If you nrenuttefled...

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

The Evening News. MONDAY, APRIL 28, Um. WIRES WERE TWISTED. Tliat't \Vli> Hie Theater Tli>krtn Wrut Aitfay anil I.oulii l'<> ■■■■<! Ills Fiancee C'lilllj. She, thi* heroine of the following Incident, reported by the Chicago Tribune, is a stenographer in the Woinun'g temple, but tlie supreme majesty and dignity of her environment have fuileii to permeate her soul. She wears her hair in a deliriously negligent "pomp,'* and flirts with the elevator bAys, and tells lliein what a dear the person was who first- put mirrors in elevators, while she ties 011 her veil and'smiles. She is alone several hours of the day, and time drugs heavily, but there is a telephone in the office, and when she is tired of looking at the clerks in the Rookery with her opera glasses she "OH, HOW L.OVKT.Y!" calls tip everyone she knows over the while she lies lier veil on anil smiles. She hail called up Harrison and got'Drexel instead. This is how it went: "...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. MONDAY, APRIL VMM. Can see tlic Circus The Southern Railway will run nn excursion to Washington Wednesday, April 25, leaving Harrisonburg at ti a. in.: arriving at Washington at 11:4."), and returning the same (lay at 7 p. in. This will give every one a chance to see Eorepaugh and Sells Bros.' Circus, whicli exhibits on that day. Round trip $2.00. "Those desiring to do so can return the next day by depositing their tickets immediately upon arrival at Washington, with Mr. E. S. Brown, General Agent, No. 705 15th St., N. W., and the payment, of n sum equal to the difference between the excursion rate and the regular one-way rate from Washington to point at which ticket was sold. County Court. (ito. It. Easthain and I). 11. Sites, the eoiumissione.is appointed by tlie Court to superintend the construction of an Iron bridge over North Kiver at Cootes Store, reported the work completed...

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

Volume 2, Number 139. MORE EVIDENCE IN. I>. S. LKWIS, SIS., TKSTII'IKS POil TIIIS I>KI'HNSK. Jtotts Lewis Says Ho Announced the Vote Contrary to Instructions. The defense continued to call witnesses for their side yesterday afternocn, the Commonwealth having finished Saturday. It. If. Bridges testified that lie HawAcker swinging (tin arms about, and Ue said Acker caught lioitJ of Lewis. He saw .John Lewis luivo hold of Acker, and saw Shelf Lewi* lilt him in the face. W. A. llenton didn't appear to see anybody strike Acker, lint gave the impression thill Acker was striking at some one. ('. CJ. Herring also said that ho did ' not see any one strike Acker, but thought Acker acted in an aggressive manner toward some one. Sandy Bowman testified that when Acker was knock down Ed. Dechert was standing near tlie extreme east end of the stage leaaing on u stick. Potts Lewis testified that lie an- nounced the vote before Chairman Iveezel did, and that the exclaimed, "We'...

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