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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 July 1899

The Evening News. TUESDAY, JULY 18,1899. NEWS FROM THE ORIENT. The Usual Grist of Fatalities In China and Japan. Tacoina, Wash., July 17.—The steamship Olympla arrived yesterday from China and Japan with 3,000 tons ol the new crop tea. She began discharging immediately and will hasten back with freight that importers are attempting to rush into Japan before the new duties become effective. Several cars of tobacco await shipment here. The Olympia brings the following mall advices: Serious riots occurred near Klao Chou June 26. Thousands of armed peasants rose by preconcerted signal and attacked the railway now being actively pushed in the vicinity. The rioters offered determined resistance to the German infantry, and nine were killed. Two Russian engineers and ten Cossacks have been killed by brigands near Kirin. Much damage was done by the recent floods in the Kobe prefecture. Losses are roughly estimated at over 150,000 yen. The recent fire at Onomache, in the province of Echizen, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 July 1899

DON'T &0 AWAY FROM TOWN UNTIL YOU HAVE VISITED THE Tobacco SI Cigar ©tore —op— CHARLES BSHMAN, Sr. THERE you will find all of the old brands of Tobacco to which you have been accustomed, choice selections and cured to perfection by age. Also a large collection of the choicest Cigars, of my own make and imported brands. My stock is also replete with Smoking Tobacco, Snuffs, Pipes, etc., all guaranteed to be choice goods, _A_T WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. fgT Store next door to Clarendon Hotel. Be sure to call. July 10-3 m CHARLES ESHMAN. FORTeRFISLP & SULLIVAN. fISSTABLISHBD 1684.) Up-to-Date Mattes Makers and Upholsterers, WEST MARKET ST., NEAR DEPOT. Varnishing, chair caning, gluing and furniture repairing. A first.class home-made mattress made to order. Old ones renovated. <_Wc 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 othe...

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

The Evening News. Volume 1, Number 62. LOOAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered by News Reporters, wbo are Alert and Active in (lathering Items for Interested Evening Readers. Wheat is 67 cents todav. Don't forget the lawn party at Singers Glen which will be held next Saturday evening. Messrs. Lovic Monger and Edward Conrad, of Elkton, visited this place yesterday. See notice in another column of Wm. Loeb & Son. who want to close up their old business. Operator Balthis, who went home some days ago sick, returned to this place last night. Mr. J. N. Garber left again this morning on the Southern train for a business trio down the Valley. Miss Claudine Sullivan returned home yesterday evening. She has been on a visit to friends in Bridgewater. Daniel Sullivan is confined to his homo, just east of this city, with fever. Mr. Sullivan i« employed in this place. There will be out-door practice tonight by Hose Company No. 4, and a full team it is hoped ...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB T B. SHYTHE. Entered In the Postofllce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.] WEDNESDAY. JULY 19, 1899. A dispatch of yesterday gives the following very gratifying intelligence: "Buildings are now being let for the use of the Virginia Textile Company, a New York concern, which will move its plant to Lynchburg in the near future. When the plant is in full operation it will give employment to 160 people, mostly women and girls." The News welcomes all industrial plants and wishes that every part of Virginia might have numbers of them. And the future cf our beloved old State will be brighter if tariff wreckers will let well enough alone and give industry a fair chance. If there be inequalities, as there must be in all human laws, for poor, weak humanity can not devise a perfect system, yet the country soon adjusts its business to the laws in force, and it is best to .let tariff legislation alone until experience shall make chan...

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

The Evening News# WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1899. .* CRIPPLES TO ORDER. A Horrible Industry Discovered »t Tolosa, In Spain. Tlie Journal d'Hygiene of Paris reports the artificial production of cripples, who are afterward made to beg upon the street. The seat of the manufacture is Tolosa, near San Sebastian, Spain. Agents of the factory travel far searching for children who are clubfooted or deformed. These are brought to Tolosa usually when 7 or 8 years old and made as much worse as possible. Once a year the padrone—it is "padron" in Spanish, but the thing is the same—gathers his poor little charges, each strapped on a little box on wheels, and smuggles them into France. Traveling by easy stages and begging by the way, they reach Paris in time for the annual "Fair of Spiced Bread." In 1887 the French ministry of the interior estimated that 400 such little cripples were either made or made worse and taken into France. The industry has probably not grown larger since. A somewhat similar ass...

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

DON'T 60AWAY FROM TOWN UNTIL YOU HAVE VISITED THE Tobacco St Cigar Store OF CHARLES JHaSHIMAN, (Sr. THERE you will find all of the old brands of Tobacco to which you have been accustomed, choice selections and cured to perfection by age. Also a large collection of the choicest Cigars, of my own make and imported brands. 'My stock is also replete with Smoking Tobacco, Snuffs, Pipes, etc., all guaranteed to be choice goods, AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. (gP Store next door to Clarendon Hotel. Be sure to call. July 10-3 m CHARLES ESHMAN. FORTORFISLP & SULLIVAN. [(ESTABLISHED 1884.) Up-to-Date Mattress Makers and Upholsterers, 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....

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

The Evening News. Volume 1, Number 63. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered by News Reporters, who are Alert and Active in Gathering Items for Interested Evening Readers. Wheat is 65 cents today. The weather bureau promises showers for tomorrow. Mr. Boyd C. Pattee, of Singers Glen, was in this city today Mrs. Edward C. Martz is visiting in Staunton for a few days. Mrs. Edward Purcell, Jr., is quite sick at her residence on Elizabeth street. The sermon on the mount is higher than some church members care to live. The Southern Railroad ran an excursion to the Manassas Horse Show this morning. Mrs. Geo. R. Bell, of Staunton, is visiting 'Mrs. Ed. S. Conrad on South Main street. Miss Ola Slater, who has been confined to her room for several days past, is improving. I Miss Birdie Bell, of Staunton, is visiting at the residence of Col. O. B. Roller, on East Market street. Capt. Prince, Superintendent Valley Division, B. & 0., was in this city yest...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY EOB'T B. SMTTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.l THURSDAY, JULY 20,1899. VIRGINIA BAB ASSOCIATION. An interesting program has been arranged for the annual meeting of the Virginia Bar Association, which will be held at the Hot Springs, Va., beginning August 1 and continuing three days. On the first day the president of the association, Hon. John Goode, will deliver an address on "A Recurrence to Fundamental Principles," and in the evening Mr. James P. Harrison, of Danville, will read a paper entitled "Suggested Changes in the Judicial System," to be followed by a discussion of the subject of the paper read. Wednesday the leading feature will be a paper by Hon.Marshall McCormick on "Professional Ethic 3," followed by a discussion on the subject. In the evening Mr. R. T. Irvine will read a paper on "The Lawyer of the Future." Thursday the annual address will be delivered by Judge Alexandria P. Hump...

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

The Evening News. THUHSDAY, JULY go,n 890. A lilt ox Snperatttion. One of the most liberally patronised of tlie Pennsylvania's many passenger trains is the St. Louis express, which loaves the Broad street station each afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. The regular gate for the train is No. 14, but at this season of the year the rush of people to get aboard is so great it becomes necessary to open two gates. No. 13 being the nearest, it is the one selected. The saunterer happened to be in the station the other afternoon when the gates were thrown open. Instantly there was a rush for No. 14 and the crowd became jammed around It for a distance of 30 feet in each direction. Gate No. 13 was practically neglected. "This way for the St. Louis express," called out the ticket puncher at the gate. "This way for the St. Louis express." ' But, although his voice was good and loud, none of the passengers who were, struggling around No. 14 seemed to hear it. Out of probably 100 well dressed, intelligent ...

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

DON'T' 00 AWA - FROM TOWN UNTIL YOU HAVE VISITED THE Tobacco HT Oigar ©tore OF CHARLES ENHMAN,Nr. THERE you will find all of the old brands of Tobacco to which you have been accustomed, choice selections and cured to perfection by age. Also a large collection of the choicest Cigars, of my own make and imported brands. My stock is also replete with Smoking Tobacco, Snuffs, Pipes, etc., all guaranteed to be choice goods, .A.T WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. Store next door to Clarendon Hotel. Be sure to call. July 10-3 m CHARLES ESHMAN. . FORTSRFIOLP & SULLIVAN. [(ESTABLISHED 1884.) Up-to-Date Mattes Makers and Upholsterers, WEST MARKET ST., NEAR DEPOT. Varnishing, chair caning, gluing and furniture repairing. A first.class home-made mattress made to order. Old ones renovated. V_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. ...

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

The Evening News. Volume 1, Number 64. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered by Newi Reporters, who are Alert and Active In Gathering Items for Interested Evening Readers. Wheat is 65 cents todav. Today is the 38th anniversary of the first battle of Manassas. Daniel Myers, of the county, was in town yesterday on business. Maj. George Chrisman, of the county, was in town today on business. Mr. W. H. Bohr, traveling salesman, is spending several days with his family here. Mrs. L. A. Rhodes and two children, of Roanoke, are visiting Mrs. Mary Driver in tnis place. Laave your orders for the famous Racine hosiery with Wilbur Myers on tieiman street. * Dr. William J. Points, we regret 10 hear, is quite ill ai his home on JMorlti Main street. Mr. A. B. Waterman, formerly of this city, is in town on business in conection witn his estate here. Misses Emma Staples and Annie Myers arrived at home here on yesterday evening's B. & O. train. Tonight and to...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMTTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.] FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1899. From a letter to the Rockbridge News from Raphine, we extract the following, which gives an idea of the profit to the farmer in raising sheep. No animal can be more Cheaply raised or kept than sheep, and the yield in profit is thereby increased. The letter says: "It is somewhat late to speak of the lambs raised Upd shipped from this point. But in one day's shipping there were 444 lambs with a few old sheep sent from here. The most profitable crop this year was that of Mr. James A. Wilson. His flock consisted of forty-fiye ewes. From them he sold fifty-six lambs. He had fifteen ewes that had twins. He realized from these fifteen ewes (or lambs and wool) $139.50, or $9.31 per head, and he has the ewes still as a clear profit. This shows what can be done with a few sheep by giving them good quarters and attention." General Otis...

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

The Evening News* FRIDAY, JULY si, 1599. Two Austrian Fops. The two greatest dandies at the Ern-H-08S Maria Theresa's court were Count Crobor and Marquis Taroncca. These two men made a wager as to who should appear in the most costly costume at the next court ball, jewels to be debarred. The Marquis Taroucca appeared in most gorgeous apparel and was considered by every one to have triumphed over his rival, who was attired in a plain satin suit. While the jury were deciding Count Crobor threw open his plaiu satin cloak, and, placing it on the ground, showed that it was lined with one of Correggio's most famous works. The count won the wager —1,000 ducats—but the Corrcggio had cost 100,000 ducats. The same count once paid a visit to Paris wioh a large party of friends and entertained them at a "dinner" which lasted three days and nights. It is interesting to note that this extravagant nobleman died in penury some 30 years later. Having exhausted his means, he was pensioned by the Empe...

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

DON'T G0 AWAY FROM TOWN UNTIL YOU HAVE VISITED THE Tobacco EI Oigai? Store ( II VULIOS ESHMAN, «i-. THERE you will find all of tbo old brands of Tobacco to which you have beon accustomed, choice selections and cured to perfection by age. Also a large collection of tho choicest Cigars, of my own make and imported brands. My stock is also replete with Smoking Tobacco, Snuffs, Pipes, etc., all guaranteed to be choice goods, AT WHOLBSALE OB RETAIL. Store next door to Clarendon Hotel. Be sure to call. July 10-3 m CHARLES ESHMAN. FORTSRFISLP & SULLIVAK, '(ESTABLISHED 1584.) Op-to-Date Mattress Makers and Upholsterers, 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. C...

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

Volume 1, Number 65. LOOAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (lathered by News Reporters, who are Alert and Active in Gathering Items for Interested Evening Readers. Wheat is 65 cents today. D. Washington, Sup't. of the county farm, was in the city today. Dr. Harris returned home on the 13. & O. train yesterday ovening. Miss Lena Woodson will go to Staunton today for several weeks stay. There was a considerable number of Saturday visitors to this place today. Mrs. Chalkley and son, Otway Chalkley, of Baltimore, arrived at Collicello last evening. Mrs. Edward Martz returned home here yesterday. She has been away on a short visit. Superintendant Ryder, of the Southern railway, was in town yesterday on railroad business. Miss Annie Claura, who has been visiting in ttiis city, has returned to her home at Broadway. Mr. and Mrs. James Sheehy, who have been on a visit to Siaunton, returned home yesterday. This is the age when boodle takes the place of brain, a...

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

The Evening News, PUHLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofllce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.] SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1899. Under what circumstances does one use a passport when traveling abroad? This is the usual query of those who have never left the hospitable shores of the United States. The simplest reply is that the passport is used when one is in difficulties. In some European countries you cannot got a registered letter which is addressed to you unless you show your passport. As a rule the special entries to museums, libraries and picture galleries for the purpose of study are permitted only to those with passports, and sometimes because of a special consular letter obtained on the strength of the passport. In ease of death in a foreign hotel the passport is invaluable to those attending and saves expense and delay to the survivors. In Russia passports are absolutely necessary and a certiflcate that they have been examined is just as im...

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

The Evening News# SATURDAY, JULY k2. 1899. East of Chlvaffo Doesn't Count* When I was in Chicago in 1877 it was the metropolis of the west without qualification. Now 4t is merely ilie frontier city of the middle west, from the point of view or Omaha and Denver it seems to All the eastern horizon and shut out the further view. Many stories are told to show how absolutely and instinctively your true westerner ignores the eastern states and cities. Here is one of the most characteristic: A little girl came into the smoking car of a train somewhere in Kansas or Nebraska and stood beside her father, who was in conversation with another man. The father put his arm around her nnd said to his companion: "She's been a great traveler, this little girl of mine. She's only 10 years old and she's been all over the United States." "You don't say!" replied the other. "All over the United States!" "Yes, sir, all over the United States," said the proud father, and then added, as though the detail we...

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

GO AWAY FROM TOWN UNTIL YOU HAVE VTSITKI) THE Tobacco and (Jigar Stoi •e OF CHARLES EBHMAN,Ni«. THERE you will find all of the old brands of Tobacco to which you have been accustomed, choice selections and cured to perfection by age. Also a large collection of the choicest Cigars, of my own make and imported brands. My stock is also repleto with Smoking Tobacco, Snuffs, Pipes, etc., all guaranteed to bo choice goods, _A_T WHOLESALE OIR, RETAIL. I®" Store next door to Clarendon Hotel. Bo sure to call. July 10-3 m CHARLES ESHMAN. FOKTSKFISLP & SULLIVAN, [(ESTABLISHED 1884.) Dp-to-Date Mattress Makers and Upliolsterers, WEST MARKET ST., NEAR DEPOT. Varnishing, chair caning, gluing and furniture repairing. A first.class home-made mattress made to order. Old ones renovated. <_Wc 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 sectio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 July 1899

Volume 1, Number 66. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered by News Reporters, who are Alert and Active In Gathering Items for Interested Evening Readers. * Wheat is 65 cents todav. Telegraph operator Balthis, of this place, spent Sunday in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Voorhees, of this city, are visiting relatives at Goshen. Mr. James Sullivan returned home from a business trip Saturday evening'. The sick recently noted among us are all improved, while some are out again. Mr. .T. C. Steigel returned on Saturday from a trip to the " State " of Pendleton. Miss Fannie Rimel, of Elkton, is visiting the family of Mr. Lee Woodson, on Bruce street. The Georgia costume, "a straw hat and a pair of spurs," is about the right thing this weather. The gardens are practically burned up, while at intervals the clouds come and go only to mock us. Mr. William Cootes, who has been on a business trip in the South, returned home on Saturday night. Father John McVerry hold...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 July 1899

The Evening News* PUHL.ISH.KD DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.] MONDAY, JULY 2k 1899. So SOUTHERN IRON AND COAL. A great iron and coal combination has just been chartered known as the Alabama Consolidated Coal and Iron Company, with a capital of $5,000,000. It is ■formed under a New Jersey charter, and is composed of Baltimore and New York capitalists. "The company acquires tho Clifton Iron Company, tho Standard Coal Company, the Mary Pratt furnace property in Birmingham, the Gafe City properties adjacent to Birmingham and the Gadsden furnaco and ore lands at Gadsden. The total property includes 70,000 acres of land and four furnaces; with a combination of ores and coking coal probably not equaled by any other company in Alabama. The organization of this great enterprise has been effected through the International Trust Company of Baltimore. "Mr. Abram S. Hewitt, who has a world-wide reputation as probably the ...

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