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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 June 1899

The Evening News. SATURDAY JUNE 17, 1899.. A MONUMENTOF onyx. »t Rl.e. From «» Indent ronnd Hive. In Missouri. An immense natural monument of the magnificent marble known as onyx ill to be seen in the inner depths of a cave situated on a lonely mountain property recently purchased by a wealthy westerner named B D. Kellogg of Des Moines. The cave that contains this agate giant is located In the mountains at Camden county and is known as Ha Ha Tonka, deriving its name from a river which has its source there and which was so named by the Indians from its limpid loveliness, which they likened to laughing water. To get to the wonderful onyx monument which is as perfect as though ohiseled by a sculptor and well worth a trip across the continent to see, it is necessary to penetrate into a deep cave. The easiest way to travel is to row on the surfaoe of a subterranean river which flows from somewljfere 1" the interior of the mountains Mid which leads into the heart of the ciJ/c whose walls ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 June 1899

FORTercFieiP & SULLIVAN. (BSTABLISHSID 1864.) Qp-to-Date Mattress Makers and Upholterers, WEST MARKET ST., NEAR DEPOT. Varnishing, chair caning, gluing and furniture repairing. A first-class home-made mattress made to order. Old ones renovated. < We Guarantee Perfect Satisfaction..^^ We are in Harrisonburg the first week in each month for the accommodation of town patrons. The balance of the month is given to localities in other sections of the county. Communications should be addressed to C. A. Porterfield or L. C. Sullivan, Harrisonburg, Va. G. M. EFFINGER & SON Desire to call especial attention to their line of Faivcy Lavtas, Orgaivdies, Fiqaes aiv3 White Goods Generally. We have made quite a success with them this season, and they have been pronounced the prettiest in town. Our line is still unbroken and our prices are the lowest. ADD SEE AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES CROCKERY,GLASSWARE LAMPS. — LATEST STYLE OT ■ i DeGoratefl 6Hlna, Dinner, Chamber ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 June 1899

Volume 1, Number 37. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered by New* Reporters, who are Alert and Active la Oatherlaf Items for Interested Evening Readers. W Ileal, is 70 cents today. Boyd C. Puttee was in town Sunday. IS. J. Sullivan went to Staunton this morning. El. Parcel!, Esq., went to Lexington this morning. D. P. Magruder, of Woodstock, was at the Clarendon yesterday. W. C. Chandler, of the State Republican force, at Staunton, was in the city over Sunday. Mrs. Sdwell and her little daughter, of Missouri, are visiting her sister, Mrs. Rohr, in this place. Davy G. Whitmore, postmaster at Brhigewater, was in town today, and we shook his "paw" gladly. The ladies of the U. B. Church held a dinner in the Spotswood building for the benefit of their church today. Superintendent Ryder had personal charge of the Southern Railroad exeuision to Washington on Saturday. Robert C. Cave and Laura A. Spitzer, both ef this county, were married in Washington, D. C., ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 June 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class inetter.l MONDAY; JUNE 19,1899. General Brooke denies the existence of any armed bands of brigands in Cuba. May be not; however, we are inclined to think General Brooke don't know anything more about this matter than he does about many others, but of which he ought to know. General Urooke may be an able officer and a very correct gentleman, and no doubt he is, but his unfitness for Governor-General of Cuba has been so often demonstrated as to lead a great many people to conclude that he is another of President MoKinley's mistakes. Senator-elect Depe*, of New York, has gone to Europe for a "rest" before entering upon his duties as U. S. Senator. But instead of resting the old man attends banquets and fetes just as he did at home. Our Chauncey has "stirred British hearts" In flattering Great Britain on their friendship for Uncle Sam in the little set-to with Sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 June 1899

The Evening News, MONDAY; JUNE 19,1899. ' RAILROADING IN INDIA. |l Two Foot Track Thnnch tk* Hlmalayn Mountains. One of the most interesting railways of (he world is the Darjeeling Himalayan railway. The track looks as if it had been laid for a toy railway, the gauge being but two foet. Notwithstanding this, the line Is substantial enough, consisting aa it does of steel rails weighing 43 pounds to the yard and laid on sleepers of Himalayan timber. The locomotives weigh about 13 tons and are capable of hauling a train weighing 3D tons up inclines of one foot In 85 and round the hundreds of sharp ouryes which the exigencies of the ascent of a mountain railway render unavoidable. The railway was constructed in 1878 by British engineers at a cost of 135,000,000. It starts at Caloutta and takes the passenger up to a height of 7,160 feet above the level of the sea. The mail train from Calcutta for Darjeeling leaves the eastern Bengal State railway terminus every day at 4 in the afternoon,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 June 1899

rORTeRFISLP & SULLIVAN. (KSTABLISHIDD 1884.) Up-to-Date Mattress Makers and Upholterers, WEST MARKET ST., NEAR DEPOT. Varnishing, chair caning, gluing and furniture repairing. A first.class home-made mattress made to order. Old ones renovated. ! <_We Guarantee Perfect Satisfaction.^^ We are in Harrisonburg the first week in each month for the accommodation of town patrons. The balance of the month is given to localities in other sections of the county. Communications should be addressed to C. A. Porterfield or L,. C. Sullivan, Harrisonburg, Va. G. M. EFFINGER & SON Desire to call especial attention to their line of Fai\cy LaWrvs, Orgaivdies, Piques arvo iVhite Goods Generally. We have made quite a success with them this season, and they have been pronounced the prettiest in town. Our line is still unbroken and our prices are the lowest. AID SEE 11 JUDGE FOB TOORBELViS^=O' CROCKERY,GLASSWARE LAMPS. : LATEST STYLE OV "—n Decorated China, Dinner, Cham...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 June 1899

The Evening News. Volume 1, Number 38. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered by New* Reporters, who are Alert and Active la Gathering Itemi for latereated Evealof Readers. Wheat is 70 cents today. Mr. M. L. Bragonler has gone to Toms Brook, where his wife is on a visit. Prof. Barglebaugh, of Shenandoah Institute, at Dayton, was in town last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leasure returned here yesterday afternoon, after a protracted absence. AH tbe members of Hose Company No. 1 ere requested to meet tonight at the usual hour. Mr. R. T. Newland and sister, of Mt. Jackson, are visiting Mr. James H. Dwyer and family. Mr. D. C. McFall has resumed his duties at the Harrisonburg Milling Co.'s Mills after three weeks Illness. J. D. P. Boone, of Huntington, West Va., who has been visiting relatives in this place, left for Richmond yesterday. The farmers have been blessed with fine weather for taking off tbe wheat crop, however, it may turn out as to quality and quantity. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 June 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BOB'T B. SMYTHS. Enured In the Poitofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! TUESDAY, JUNE 50,>1899. What! What is this we hear from Maine? A mob of citizens taking some members of a religious sect out to the woods, and "it Is feared the villagers hanged them." This must be a joke; it oannot possibly be true, coming from a State wherein the papers persistently Hump on the South for hanging a man who commits a most horrible orime upIn the virtue of innocent women. Oh, Ban this be true, or are the press dispatches fooling us? And "away d(e)own 'In Maine," too! Well, really! Ex-Secretary Sherman is again ill .from a recurrence of lung trouble with whtch.be was afflicted on hie visit to the x West Hadies. He caught a cold from which haa reappeared present complications. His condition, at this time, is not regarded as serious- Brig.-General Fred. D. .Grant, with his brigade of 1,800 men and 75 officers, has arrived at Ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 June 1899

The Evening News* TUEXDAY, JUNE 20.1809. THE FRENCHCABINET. Leaden Find Difficulty in Forming a Ministry. V |- T - K. POIVOABE MAT BE BEOALLED. Senator Waldeok-Rouasean Endeavoring to toann the Co-operation of M. Caelmlr- Porler, a Former President of (be Bepnbllo. Paris, June I#.—President Loubet received in audience yesterday M. Casl-mir-Perler, former president of France, and consulted with him regarding the ministerial crisis. After this Interview M. Loubet received Senator Pierre WaMeck-Roaseau. The latter, it la understood, has made his acceptance of the task of forming a cabinet conditional upon the cooperation of M. Caslmlr-Perler and certain sections of the chamber of deputies, which he hopes to secure. He has consultisd with several statesmen and has had a long conference with M. Leplne, former prefect of police of Paris. M. Waldeck-Rosseau 1* meeting with considerable difficulty, but he appears determined. He will confer with M. Leu bet again before submitting a draft lis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 June 1899

FORTSKFISLP & SULLIVAN. (ESTABLISHED 188-k.l Op-to-Date Mattress Haters and Upholterers, WEST MARKET ST., NEAR DEPOT. Varnishing, chair caning, gluing and furniture repairing. A first-class home-made mattress made to order. Old ones renovated. Guarantee Perfect Satisfaction. > We are in Harrisonburg the first week in each month for the accommodation of town patrons. The i balance of the month is given to localities in other sections of the county. Communications should be addressed to C. A. Porterfield or L,. C. Sullivan, Harrisonburg, Va. 6. M. EFFINGBR & SON j Desire to call especial attention to their line of IF&ivcy Lavii\s, Orgaivdies, Piques J aad White Goods Generally. We have made quite a success with them this season, and they have been pronounced the prettiest in town. Our line is still unbroken and our prices are the lowest. AND SEE AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES CROCKERY,GLASSWARE LAMPS. " LATEST STYLE OIF —'i Decorated China, Din...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 June 1899

Volume 1, Number 39. , LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUE OWN FOLKS. dithered by Newi Reporters, who are Alert ■ad Active la Oatheriai Items lor Interested Evening Reader*. Wheat is 70 cents today. Clay P. Herring, of Waynesboro,who Capt. T. C. Prince, of the B. & O. Railroad arrived here yesterday afternoon. Doraey Hisey left yesterday to fill a position on the Norfolk and Western Bailroad. s Miss Grace Gardner, of this city, left hero this morning for a visit to Massachusetts- Mr. James Sullivan, who has been absent on a business trip, arrived home last evening. Several guests arrived here yesterday for Rawley Springs, where they expect to remain some time. A- M. Stepp, of Dayton, was in town today, on his way to Dovesville, where he goes to spend a month's vacation. has been visiting In this olty for several days, loft for Pleaaant Valley yesterday evening. Mr Herman Wise and bia son Julius, went to Baltimore yesterday, and expect to buy a new stock of goo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 June 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. . ux. * Entered In tbe Po»to£B6« at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.l WEDEESDAY, JUNE SI, 1899. In New York the "Nathan Straus" depots for the distribution of sterilized milk among children of the poor have been opened in tenement districts and at recreation piers. It is also proposed to established sterilized milk booths in the public parks. Since this benevolent work was begun a few years ago a reduction bf 15 per cent in infant mortality in summer has been reported. The milk is sold at lc a glass. Another of Mr. Straus' ideas is to provide public laundries, at which the facilities may be used by. poor families for a small fee. Boston will furnish this summer forty free ice water fountains on the streets. The ice was eut and stored from the city reservoirs last winter. On departing from America Mr. William, Archer, the English critic, writes >)me kindly impressions of the cauntry. He was not call...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 June 1899

The Evening News* WEDNESDAY. JUNE 21, 1899. (JOOD IT WAB THE OLD ONE. imulit Regret ot a Man Who Tor* a Famous Palatine. A full length portrait in oil of Alexander Hamilton, painted from life by John Trumbull in 1792, is the most valuable picture in the large collection of portraits of old New Yorkers owned by the chamber of commerce. It is valued at from |25,000 to $40,000, but the chamber of commerce would not part with it for a much larger sum than the highest figure mentioned. The portrait is not only a work of art, but it has had an extraordinary history, which enhances its historic value. It was recovered by the chamber after having been lost in this city for a long period. Some time ago a local artist obtained permission to copy this portrait of Hamilton, and in order that he might do his work more conveniently the large picture was removed from its place on a temporary easel in the executive committee room. Between the hour of closing the chamber of commerce rooms one evenin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 June 1899

& SUWVAN, (ESTABLISHED 1884.) Op-to-Date Mattress Makers and Upholterers, WEST MARKET ST., NEAR DEPOT. Varnishing, chair caning, gluing and furniture repairing. A first.class home-made mattress made to order. Old ones renovated. Guarantee Perfect Satisfaction.^^We are in Harrisonburg the first week in each month for the accommodation of town patrons. The balance of the month is given to localities in other sections of the county. Communications should be addressed to C. A. Porterfield or L,. C. Sullivan, Harrisonburg, Va. G. ML EFFINGER & SON Desire to call especial attention to their line of Fai\cy LaWrvs, Org&ivdies, Piqaes ai\B {Vkite Goods Gerverally. We have made quite a success with them this season, and they have been pronounced the prettiest in town. Our line is still unbroken and our prices are the lowest. AND BGS AND JUDGE FBI TOlM,VSS^==^ CROCKERY,GLASSWARE LAMPS. r " LATEST STYLE Or —'i Decorated China. Dinner, fliamDer and Tea Sets J\...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 June 1899

Volume 1, Number 40. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered by Newt Reporters, who are Alert and Active In Gathering Items for| Interested Evenlof Readers. Wheat Is 70 cents today. Watermelons and cantaloupes are now in our market#. Col. O. B. Roller is attending the finals at V. M. I. The C. & W. train bound west was an hour late yesterday afternoon. Miss Lillie Billhlmer, accompanied by her father, visited thlß place yesterday. Maj. George Chrisman, of the county, and Dr. Wright, of Keezletown, were in the city today. Master Guy Lurty, who has been attending school in Washington, D. C., returned to his home here last night. Hose Company No. 4 will hold a meeting at the Council Chamber tonight at 8 o'clock. All members requested to be present. Mr. J. M. Powell, of the general merchandise firm of J. M. Powell & Co., at Elkton, was a pleasant caller at our office today. Mr. J. W. Gaines, assistant yardmaster at the Southern Railway ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 June 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) ROB T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Poetofflce at Harrisonburg an second-class matter.l THURSDAY, JUNE go, 1899. 08. KEBN'S NEW ASSIGNMENT. Rev. John A. Kern, D.D., president of Randolph Macon College, has tendered hie resignation, to take effect on September Ist, having accepted the chair of Practical Theology in the Vanderbilt University at Nashville, Tenn. Dr. Kern is a native of Frederick County, Va., and is a member of the Baltimore Conference, M. E. Church, South. He is well known throughout the country as a man of marked ability, purity of character, and inflexible integrity. He was one of the delegates to the last General Conference of his denomination. He stands in the front among the most prominent educators of the day. For thirteen years he has been connected with Randolph-Macon College. Two years ago, when Dr.W.W. Smith was chosen by the board of trustee* chancellor for the Randolph-Macon system, Dr. Kern was elected preside...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 June 1899

. The Evening News. THURSDAY, JUNE «, 1899. Ills Heck. Something was wrong somewhere. It was probably tho gearing under the car. A strong odor as if from burning rubbei permeated the atmosphere. The passengers looked at ono anothei suspiciously and turned up their noses. A mau who sat near the stovo looked at hit coat sleeve to mako suro that he had nol caught Are. An old lady in the next seat said: "Dear me! I wonder what's wrong? 1 think I shall get out." Everybody had some remark to mako—some theory to advance. People who wort overshoes looked at thom to see whethei they were smoking or not, and the mar who sat near the stove said: "Rubber's burning somewhere; that't Blire." Then a small boy with a wise look calleu to him: • "Say, mister, you bettor feel of youi nock. It's purty red." After that the people were too bus, laughing to indulge in any further specu' lation —all except the man near tho stove Ho was mad, unless looks are deceiving.— Cleveland Leader, Tlironffb French Sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 June 1899

FORTSRFISX-P & SULUVAN. (ESTABLISHED 1584.> Up-to-Date Mattress Makers and Upbolterers, WEST MARKET ST., NEAR DEPOT. Varnishing, chair caning, gluing and furniture repairing. A first.class home-made mattress made to order Old ones renovated. < We Guarantee Perfect Satisfaction.^^We are in Harrisonburg the first week in each month for the accommodation of town patrons. The balance of the month is given to localities in other sections of the county. Communications should be addressed to C. A. Porterfield or L. C. Sullivan, Harrisonburg, Va. G. M. EFFINGER & SON Desire to call especial attention to their line of Farvcy LaWas, Orgarvdies, Piques &rvß tVKite Goods Generally. We have made quite a success with tlieiu this season, and they have been pronounced the prettiest in town. Our line is still unbroken and our prices are the lowest. AND SEE AID JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES CROCKERY,GLASSWARE LAMPS. ' - LATEST STYLE OF Decorated China,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 June 1899

The Evening News. Volume 1, Number 41. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered by News Reporters, who are Alert and Active in Gathering items forj Interested Evening Readers. Wheat is 70 cents today. □ Mrs. Dr. Amiss arrived home from B iltimore last night. J. N. Garber, Esq., left yesterday for Front Royal and northern cities. Mr. Prank Melhorn arrived at his home yesterday afternoon from Newport News. Miso Annie Sheehy left for Washington yesterday afternoon to visit relatives and friends. All State taxes of 1398 remaining unpaid by June 30th, 1899, will be placcd upon the delinquent list. P. D. Byerly, Esq., arrived home yesterday afternoon from attending the funeral of Miss West at New Market. The special term of the Circuit Court will be held on Tuesday the 27th instjad of Monday next, as heretofore stated. Misses Maria Efflnger and Lucy Massoy, of Baltimore, Md., arrived here last night, and are visiting Mrs. Col. Huston and daughters. J. M. Powell &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 June 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Poatoftlce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1899. FOB THE CUBIOTJS. A single human hair will support four ounces without breaking. Over 11,000,000 fans are exported in one year from Canton, China. The sea coast line of the globe is computed to be about 136,000 miles. Boston claims to have the longest paved street in the world —Washington street —which is 174 miles. At the present rate of combustion it is thought the sun will last from 7,000,000 to 15,000,000 years before burning itself out. In the towns of Chile most shops are open till midnight, and during the hot afternoons, when everyboday takes a siesta, they are locked up. The electricians now have discovered a method of making visible the Hashes from smokeless powder. So it goes. One inventor upsets the work of another. In 1857 the coinage of the big copper pennies, which everybody has seen, was suspended. Up to that ...

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