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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofitce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.] TUESDAY, APRIL -I. 11HH). THE STATE. Interesting Events in Neighbor Insr Counties. The Tliornhill Wagon Works, one -of Lynchburg's new and valuable enterprises, was entirely destroyed by fire early Saturday night. The building was an immense frame structure, and burned so fiercely that several houses at a distance were ignited, and the Virginia Textile Company, a large and handsome plunt, suffered two or three hundred dollars' damage. The wagon works, which employed about thirty men. was insured for If 14,.">00; loss, SIS,O(HI. The plant was doing n fine business, it will be rebuilt at once. The cause of the lire is unknown. Sunday morning at the done of the services at the l,utneran Church in Woodstock, ltov. A. .1. ltusliong pastor of thin cliurch for the past twenty years, tendered Jus resignation, to take effect in August, but no ac...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 April 1900

The Evening News. TtJESPA y, "aPJIIL 24,100&. ' PERSONAL MENTION. Senator Thomas 11. Bard, o£ California. lias one of the best collections of modern French art in America. King Menriek, of Abyssinia, receives Europeans at his court on Sundays. His state posture on such occasions is to sit cross-legged under a canopy of drapery. Thomas 12. Shea is the tirst actor to announce a play bused on. the war in. Ihe Transvaal. Tie has the new piece in rehearsal, and it will be j*iven in the course ot. a few weeks. The play was written by a Boston author. There are but two confirmed snuff talters in the United States senate at the present time, Senator Turner, of Washington, and Senator Carter, of Montana. The old custom of taking snuff has about died out. A black bishop of the Anglican church was recently consecrated at Lambeth, lit. llev. Jamest.Tohnson, assistant bishop of western equatorial Africa, is a Sierra Leone negro whose parents were rescued slaves from the \oruba countr...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MIfLLINC COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. TUESDAY. APRIL L-I, 1DIH). From Dale Enterprise. Pai.k Entkiiimmhk, April Peter A. Swope Is adding « roof and otherwise remodeling Hit' large barn on his premises. The rain and sunshine of the past week has had a. wonderful reviving effect upon the wheat and grass fields of this section. Iturkholder Pros. have moved their saw mill to some timberland on the premises of S. M. Burkholder near tiiis place, where there is now a large pile of logs to lie converted into lumber. A. 11. Shank and <>. 11. Weaver each l>ut in a new telephone on last Saturday forenoon and have connection with line No. 4, of the Dale Enterprise division of the Mutual system. Mr. Rivercomb. of Ottobine, met with an accfdent last Saturday while travelling along the Rawley pike with a load of sheep going towards Harrisonburg. When reaching a point just opposite Weaver's Church, h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 April 1900

Volume 2, Number 140. EVIDENCE IS ALL IN ARGUINC Tin: CASK IttiPORR tiie MA VOIt. f Attorneys Are Not Likely to Conclude Their Arsiimerits Today. V«Bteidny inorniim- the attorneys for the defense began to put life accused upon the stand. Charlie Fletcher was Ihe lirsl and he stated that he was still in the audience when Davis was knocked down; that he did not see Acker until iiftcr it was nil over; that lie was attacked by words only; and that lie raised a chair against Otis Coole.v. His purpose in coming 011 the stage was to see if he could lie of assistance in settling the fuss. Nheff Lewis, jr., was next called and was oa the stand for an hour, lie said llial iniinedlately after the rote was announced he went to the table and crabbed the papers ty-om P'unkhouser's hand; that Davis was approaching him as if to strike him when he himself struck Davis and knocked him dijwn. When he first saw Acker he, (Ackerl, was coming out on the stage rather rapidly, and the next time, he and Joh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 April 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BT ROB'T B. SMYTHE. lOniered In the Postofltce at Harrisonburg a* second-class matter.l WEDNESDAY, APRIL . 7. 1900. DIDN'T WORK TWICE. Sailor Man Invades Washington with Smuggled Cigars. Vakrt Use ?rslulil« Sale am! TUn Urrl> with lM«a»ter—Will lltrfaflcr Conflnr l!!s Ojirra(ionm to I.nrifc CHIi-h. There was a (lazed expression on the fari' of the 3 1 ' street real estate xuan, says 1 lie Washington Star, wlicn H friend dropped in on him at liis office the other afternoon. 1 icsidc hinij mi liis desk, was a just-ojiened. ornate box of exceedingly dark cigars. When the real estate man's friend entered h looked around Iho room a nxiotisly. "Say, is there anything burning mound here? jlTaven't got your rubbers aeeidentally under tlie stove, have you?" lie ashed. "-Nope, I guess not," replied the real estate man. "I guess it must be this cigar I'm smoking - . Have one?" "So. thanks." "Pretty vicious, isn't it? Tastes like a m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 April 1900

The Evening News. WEDXtiSDAY, A flllL •«, J, m the prince o' Wales' cigars is growect. One «' them Cubans stole, me a thousand an* sold 'em to me f'r little 'r nothin'. .Tea' happened to have a hundred of 'era along -wit' T ,ie to-day, sizzle ine mizzen ridge pope an' chuck me through tl>' engine room hatch!" Xow, I'm down here broke, wit.' not th price of a ride to Urooklyn, w'ere I wont to sliij) over/ " 'What'll you take for that box of cigars'." I asked him. "Well. I finally got Vm for $l5. but he looked awful sad over it, did that deep-water man, arid I almost fancied he wiped away a Icar when he took my $l5 and had to hand me the box; of cigars. However, he went right away then. Say, smoke one of *em Tor me, won't you, old man?'' "Well, 1 guess nay," was the reply. "Say. .do'l liey taste as bad as they smell?" " I his is their first trip out of Connecticut. f fear. They taste like a Scotch dish I once took a. mouthful of at a St. Andrew's banquet—haggis. Only the ci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 April 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. Wednesday. avril nm. PKOM SOUTH AFRICA. A IJiff light is Expected at Any Moment. I-oxnox, April L'4.—All attention is centered on the interesting, though complicated, situation in the southeastern portion of the Orange I'rce State, from which developments of the utmost importance must ensue in the near future. (Sen. Bundle. it would seiMii. has found the Boers confronting him at Dewetsdorp in stronger force tlmn he cares to engage, and so he is marking time pending the arrival of supports. While General Handle is preparing to strike Dewetsdorp, General Itra--bant and Hart are pushing along the frontier of Itasutoland, where they will lie able to frustrate any attack on General Handle's right, and Generals French and i'ole-Carew are hastening from iiloemfonteln to liar the Boer line of retreat northward. In the nieanwhile the. burgher forces occupying Thabanchu are in a position to...

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

Volume 2, Number 141. LATEST WAR NEWS OIiEAT THINGS K.VPKCTHI) TO HAI»I*I;N. A Holier In London that 1i5,000 Hoers aio Practically Surrounded. London, April "Si. —The war ofllce has received the following dispatch from Lord Roberts: "Hi.okmi'ontkin, April S>.—l'olet'arew's division reached Jtoodekop yesterday evening without casual-* ties. "Its advance was covered by eavalr.v and horse artillery, which drove back the enemy with heavy loss, their dead being left on the ground. The mounted troops halted for the night at Orootfonteln, and at 7:30 o'clock this morning were crossing the Modiler river at Yalsliank, in accordance with my inslructions to French to endeavor to place himself astride tlie enemy's line of retreat. French's arrival near the Modder evidently, however, alarmed the Boers, for they evacuated their strong position near I>ewet's Dorp during the night, and it was occupied by (,'hcrmsidc's division this morning. "The mounted infantry under lan Hami...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) UY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! THURSDAY, AVIUIs 20 % 1000. DUMPED INTO THE SEJL Nlirliievonii Kuk'Hkli MUlali I pmen I'lay- h I'moiienl Juki' on h Pohijhiuw Senior Officer. A stout and elderly officer 011 bouriJ ii British ironclad lying in the Buy of Naples very much objected to tlit practice of sitting long 1 at nvine on guest nights or any other niglits. lit' therefore made a point of escaping directly the (|ueen's health had been honored. The ship "was an old-fasli-ioned one, with large gun ports on the main deck. "When the guns are run in, as is the custom at evening quarters, the ports make nice, large. • iry seats. Knowing that while 1 lie STOVK.V TONS AT JI i« BACK. officers were at dinner 110 one would bo likely to disturb liiin. Ilie sloiit and elderly one. wishing to enjoy the fresh evening' air, as well as the lovely scenery of the I'ay of Naples, climbed into » gun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 April 1900

The Evening News* J 111 RSDAY, Al'tin j 2g t wan PLAYED FOR STOCK. One of the Biggest Poker. Games Ever Played in America. Amount Won in One Pot Turned Out littler to lie Worth flgfgiAO— I layer* llml lilen ui' Value or Their t'lilpx. "Speaking of big poker games," said a westerner to a Now York Sun reporter, "I guess I sat. at least, for a short time, in as 1 a poker (j'amc lis was ever played in this country, though, to tell the truth, the players iliil not. at that time have, any idea of the value of the chips they were using so freely. "It was in 1882 that the town of Carbonate Camp almost in a night grew /rom one cabin located at the point where the Speariisli ditch crossed the •sawmill wagon road, about It miles west of Dead wood, to an enterprising city. The lightning change was caused by the discovery of high-grade ores carrying gold and silver. The excitement became intense, and town lots were surveyed for miles, while log and frame houses were being built every day. "At th...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. THURSDAY. APRIL 1900. Summer Hoarders. The Passenger Department of the Southern Railway lins sent out cir cularo to hotels and to persons who are willing to entertain summer hoarders, residing on or near the Southern Railway, requesting full information as to location, number accomodated, terms of hoard, etc., for truidance in compiling information for "Summer lfomes Folder," season IDOOi Blanks can he had of station agent or hy addressing Mr. \V. A. Turk, Ccueral Passenger Agent, Southern Railway. Washington, I>. Who Mh,v Willi Shrewd Hours Strive? "Who may with the shrewd hours strive? Too thrifty dealt r.s"*t hey. That with the one Tiand blandly Rive. With, the other take away. "And glitters there some falling flake, I Some dust of golft, between The 'Viands that Jflve and hands that take Slipped noiseless and unseen. "Ah. comedy of bargaining.si Whose gain of years ...

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

The Evening News. Volume 2, Number 142. AT BRIDGEWATER. THIC CiKRWAM It A PTIBT DISTRICT MUKTING. Now Nlreois anil Oilier Improvements About Town.— Personal Mention. ItmiicEwat hii, April L'7.—Tills district jnectinc of the Second District nf Virginia, convened in the Dnnkard Chnrch at this place yesterday morning, and, IIS usual the attendance is large. At this meeting the general welfare of tins district churches is the principal subject of discussion, and tbe assemblage is always composed of the leading members of their church. The Ltunkard Itrethron, as a general thing, can be counted among the most peaceable and prosperous peopie of this country. Rev. nnd Mrs. Co it Moore, of tho I'rcsftyterian Church, are in Baltimore on a. visit to Mr. Moore's brother, who is a prominent railroad man of that city. Mr. Moore and wife will be absent from home for a week or ten days. Itev. \V. It. Oney and family arrived in tills place yesterday morning from North Carolina. Mr. Oney was sent her...

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

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (KXCKt'T SUNDAYS) IIY ROB T B. SMYTHE. Kntered in the Poatoffice at Harrisonburg as second-clans matter. ! Fill DAY, APRIL i' 7. 1900. LIKE DARK MEAT BEST. ItrmHrkMl>le Statement ofiilli'fftriiii'fl Cniinlhitl Wlio Ha* Trle«l "WliitcM ■■nil illnckN. Cannibalism is not so prevalent today as it Mas a quarter of a- century ago, says an exchange. It is necessary li< penetrate to very remote parts of llie. world, wliere the explorer and 1 he missionary have not carried civilizing „ influences. There are many tribes of savages, hovever, now In a seinicivilizcd state who, not so many years ago. wero the worst kind of cannibals. A missionary the other day, wlio has just returned from a sojourn of many years among the cannibals, gave, some inter- WHEN IJE WAS A YOUNG MAN. eating information about Ili is. Alftlie present generation, lie said, are eonverted 1o civilized pracliecs, in largo part, and only tlie old folks retain memories of ...

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

The Evening News. I 'IIIDA Y, APRIL, 27, 1009. SAGE AND PHILOSOPHER. Cruel people are ever cowards in emergency.—Swift. Conversation is the vent of character, as well as of thought.— Emerson. Yon will line I poetry nowhere unless jou bring some with you.—Joubert. Forty is the ug e of youth—so is tho } onth of old age.—Victor Ilugo. 1 he secret of making one's self tiresome is not to know when to stop.— Voltaire. In great straits, and when hope is small, the boldest counsels are the safest.—Livy. A\ (i are al sure of two tliings, at least we shall sufl'cr and we shall die. — Coldsmitli. Ihc nearer we approach great men, the clearer we sec that they are men. —Bruyere. Anger ventilated often hurries toward forgiveness; anger concealed often hardens into revenge.—TinlwerT.ytton. It is with books as with men; si very small number play a great part; I lie, rest arc (confounded with liie multiI iide.—Voltaire. Avarice Starves ils possessor to f:i 1 - ten those who come alter, and who are e...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. FRIDAY, APRIL -7, Jim. Special Council fleeting. A called meeting of t lie City Council wan held last night to discuss with A. M. Newman find .1. C. Kibert. representatives of the Vnlley Turnpike Company, the blockading oil liestreet In digging the trench on Ihe sewer, mikl the replacing of the dirt. Although this Is required of the town uMd the town requires it of the con--1 factors, the represent atives request - ed the town to bind itself in writing to refill and make goo das new that part of the pike through which the sewer is constructed. The paper had been prepared by the City Attorney, and was passed. As there was no further business for the consideration of the Council it adjourned until the next regular meeting. With the bright sunshine appear light and cool-looking Parasols, which fashion oracles say is the correct thing this season for church-go-ers. These form an impor...

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

The Evening News. Volume 2, Number 143. LATEST WAR NEWS NOTHING NEW EltOM oen. I'ItENCH. Tlie Latest Estimates Place tlio Hoer Force at Thirty Thousand Nine, Hundred. London, April 27.—The following dispatch has been received (it the war office from Lord Roberts: "Jli.oemfoxtioix, April 20.—At the request of Hie high commissioner. Warren lias been appointed military governor ot Griqualaud West while that part of the country ik. in a dist urbeil condition." This curious dispatch constitutes all the war news received up to this hour. The country is eagerly awaiting 1o hear whether (leu. French succeeded In cutting off the retreating Boers; but of his progress there Is no word. The military critics of the afternoon newspapers ililTcr as to the chances of another Paardeberg, but they agree in considering the situation in the free State as being eminently satisfactory. They argue that, even if (Jen. French is unable to intercept the main Poet. forces, he may score considerable success in...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postoflloe at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! / SATURDAY, APRIL ZS, 1000. * THIS STATU. IntercDtine Events in Neighbor- ing Counties M. W. Stern, Petersburg, Tliumdfty instituted in the Circuit Court of Petersburg a suit against Tlios. M. < iilliairt. The suit, in for the alleged betrayal of the plaintiff's daughter by the defendant, and the damages are placed at $ 10,000. With this suit uu attachment was issued against the estate of the defendant, which was served this afternoon. Tills suit will in no wise affect thecriminal ease now pending against Mr. Gilliam, which will probably be heart) at the May term of the Hustings Court. finite a number of business buildings on Main street Winchester, are being improved with new fronts, and there is a genernl air of impovemcut on all sides. The Front Royal National Hank was defrauded of #440 Wednesday. During business hours a stronger dre...

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

The Evening News. *\ m I:DA AJ 1111. 2s, 1000. 5... 133~7. railway rumble. Letter-copying presses operated l»y compressed air or hydraulic pressure from local water mains are in use in offices on tUe Koek Island road. The day coach traffic at night is a paying l business' and as such, says the Railway and Engineering Review, is clemuixling more attention to its needs than lias until recently been given it. The Xew York, New Haven & J tartlord railroad has wgulated the publications 'which are sold on its traius. Ct'rtai 11 of them were barred, owing to complaints to .the railroad company. This, says the. Scientific American, is the first case in which we remember a railroad company exerting their uudouhfd right as a censor in this matter. An English house has engaged to put the Telmantepec railroad in pood condition and to build tlio tvs o ports of Coat/.acoalcos and Salina Cruz. In return it obtains for a period of 50 years, dating front the completion of the work, the p...

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

THE HARKISONfrUM MILLING tOMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News* SATURDAY. APRIL ls, I'M. FACTS BRIEFLY STATED. Mrs. Grant Allen, tlie wiilmv of tlic novelist, is about to open ii book-shop in the West End of London. The Bank of France last year discounted in Paris .'.'.101,830 separate bills for less than 100 francs each. An appendicitis club has been formed in Cleveland. O. To become a member of Ihis unique organization, one must have been operated npon for appendicitis. It was the belief of the Egyptians that the third linger of the left- hand was connected with the heart by a slender nerve. ITenee the custom of wearing the wedding ring on Hint linger. "The house No. 7 West Twenty-sec-ond street. New York city, has been destroyed to make room for a modem building. It was occupied for many years by Prof. 3. F. IS. Morse, who died in this house. A marble tablet commemorated the fact that Ihere the great electrician resided. According to a, Gor...

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

Volume 2, Number 144. LATEST WAR NEWS NOT MAIilN(} VISItY RAPID PROGIIKSS. The I'.ritisli Army Still a Long Way from Pretoria, l>ut Won't (Jive U|». London, April 2.S.—The war tourists iind critics are b fifty trying to figure ou( the act results of the punt three weeks' fighting in southeastern < >range Free State. Tiie optimist declare that the power of the Boers has Ween broken In that part of South Africa, that they fire In full retrent and that Lotd Roberta's way fin* the long delayed advance on Pretorlu Is now open. The pessimists assert that the l!oers htivto carried out their plans of splitting up the main British army into ineffective divisions, that they have captured mauy «uns and prisoners, that they have escaped the net that was so patiently set for them and thut Roberts is further away than ever from the initial step of his advance. Presumably the British forces are still tracking the Boers, who are still trekking northward, but there u...

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