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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 August 1899

The Evening News. WEDNESDA )', AUG US 1 1(1, ISOti. A MOST PECULIAR CASE. Where the Honey Came From to Pay the Attorney's Bill. "Most peoullar case I ever had," mused the attorney who is still a favorite with those requiring a strong defense in the oriminal courts. "Yonnever buw a finer looking young fellow. Ha had a good face and a well shaped head. He was clean and neatly dressed. He talked well and looked you squarely in the eyes. When I went to the jail at his request, I took an immediate liking to him. It had been my business to atady human nature and I was satisfied from the first that tie had never committed the $10,000 robbery of which he stood acoused. "He told me hie story, frankly and without reservation. I was convinced more firmly than ever of his innocence. He outlined his own defense by accounting for every minute of his time on the night of the robbery and informing me just where the witnesses to substantiate his statements could be seen. I found them, and they affir...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 August 1899

STANDARD BRANDS OF TOBACCO CONSTANTLY KEI'T AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE AfJD SOLD BY THE PIECE, PItUG, POUND OR BOX. Country merchants are specially Invited to enll and examine my stock. Why send oft* ami pay freight, when you enn buy the same goods right at home, at the same price? Hanes' Natural Leaf, Schnapps, (»inch. Electric. <» inch Driimmond'sNatural Leaf. Early Bird, <» inch, lB " Patterson's Westover. " Royal Colors, " Venable.s ' A .lan, " Shenandoah. " Mild Hurley " Georgia Beauty, O inch, Roosevelt's Riders, 12 inch. Mayo'sNo.J " May Apple, ■» , Township Navy. Country Twist, Nosegay, White Bear Navy St raw berry Twist, AND ALL POri'LAU BRANDS OF SMOKING TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES. me a call. CIIAHLKS ENHMAN, Nr. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. DRAW THE COMPARISON. IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN M bating Our Ice Grcam, ite TRY IT AT OKC© And Make Your Comparison. YOU WILL GIVE US YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. you warn, ttie Best! we Mane it. Delivered any place a...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 August 1899

Gt*and Gala Day»"old John Robinson's Wednesday, August 23. Volume 1, Number 87. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Inl'orinntinii nnd Benefit, of Our Evening Readers. Wheat today 05 cents. The weather will be warmer tomorrow. Miss Lena Roller, of this place, is visiting at Mt. Crawford. Visitors to the Morse .Show eigne in on all trains Wednesday. Mr. Thomas Roller, of Fort Defiance, arrived here Wednesday niternoon. James L. Avis, Jr., arrived (home from Baltimore Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Line we aver, of this place, arrived home over the n. & O. Wednesday. The merchants are profiting by reason of the large attendance at the Horse Show. I)r. Holllngsworth's driving horse was among the spinners on the race track today. Miss Nora Beery, of this city, is visitiug her sister, Mrs. Dr. Switzer, In Mt. Crawford. Mrs. Abbie Helm, of Washington, D. (!., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. ('. 11. Chandler In this place. A large number of visitors w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 August 1899

The Evening News* | PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SMTfICHE. Entered In the PostoiUce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! Thursday, august 17. isoo. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOB THE STATE SENATE. mo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM J. CONUTY: —I hereby announce myself an independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1809. OH AS'. .1. ItROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. 15,1890. DEVELOP THE HOBSE SHOW. The first day of the Horse Show at this place was well attended, and this fact is a matter of pride and pleasure to the Evening News, as we know it must be to all others who have worked to make it a success, or who have felt an interest in the enterprise and have given it support in its grand work. Tlie large attendance yesterday will be more than repeated today, if the weather shall be favorable, and the Weather Bureau man says that it will be, and the indications of fair weather are gratifying at this hour. The success of the show this year make...

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

The Evening News. THURSDA Y, AUGUSI 17, ISO!). "T~ THE OLD HYMN. " lart within ■ vacant room, 1 A low celled room, quaint shaped, oak kM*. Ed, 4 With windows looking off to sea, 1 O'er which the sunset's glory streamed. I watched the foroff flitting sails. And "Halfway rock" that looming roM A tower from the heaving sea Whereon the scattered isles repose. And some one near me gently played A dear old hymn that stirred my heart Twas "Children of the Heavenly King," J And what it woke made quick tears start. I She long years seemed to backward turn, ! And I, a little child again, field fast within his strong arms' clasp, While soft he crooned the old refrain. 1 Oh, lost once more to be that child And know again the blissful rest The old hymn brought me, rooked to sleep With pillowed head upon his breast I But only yet a little while. Though earth may coll it? years that creep, I know ho'U como to me again And rock me to eternal sleep. —Mary Devereux in Boston Transcript. deep sea Wate...

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

standard brands of tobacco CONSTANTLY KEI'T AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE HfiD SOLD BY THE PIECE, PIiUG, POUND OR BOX. Country merchant 8 are specially invited to mil and examine my stock. \\ hv send oil it ml pay freight, when you can buy the same goods right at home, at the same price. Hanes' Natural Leaf, Schnapps, G inch. e £* l i' c ' Much Drummond'HNatural Leaf, Eariy Kird, <> inch, I. £. w ,' Pattersons Westover. - Hoy a I Colors, Venable b ' \ .Jao " Shenandoah, Mild Burley '• Georgia Beauty, O i n ch, Roosevelt's Kiderß, 12 inch. Mayo's Xo.l " May Ap])ie, •» . A^ > \ vnH l ! ' s. v,v '. Country Twist, Nosegay, W Lear Navy Strawberry Twist, AND ALL POPULAR 11 KAN PS OF SMOKING TOBACCO AND CIGAKKTTKS. Give me a call. CHAELBS EBHMAN, Sr. NEXT DOOK TO HOTEL CLARENDON. DRAW THE COMPARISON A- IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN I Eating Our icc <Hi*eam, It TRY IT AT OKC© And Make Your Comparison. YOU WILL GIVE US YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. you wan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 August 1899

■ ' : • - V V,:- * x Ggand Gala d John Robinson's Big Shouus, Uiednesday, August 23. Volume 1, Number 88. PRIZE WINNERS. THE lIOIWKS THAT CARRIED OFF THE HONORS. Close of the Most Successful Exhibition of Horses Ever Held in Shenandoah Valley. Below we print the list of prize winners at the Horse Show held here on Wednesday and Thursday. We have not at command the necessary room for extended remarks today, as the list of prize winners occupies much space. In brief then we can only remark that this was the finest horse exhibit ever held in thoShenandoah Valley, that everything passed off in the most perfect manner, ren- dering satisfaction to all, and without a single bit of disorder. The Association was prepared to pay all prizes in cash and did so, and all the exhibitors were not only pleased with the Rockingham Horse Show, but perfectly satisfied and determined to attend the next one. High Steppers. Class I—Best pair shown to pole. Ist prize, Rogers & Taylor, Staunton....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 August 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHUD DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) Ny ROB T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the PostotUce ut Hurvisonburg as second-class matter. 1 FKIDA 1", M <11' ST is. Is!)!). AXNOUNCKMIONTS. FOK THE STATU SKNATK. mo THE VOTERS OK KOCk IN< JIIA M JL COM'TV :—I hereby announce myself an independent candidate for the State Senate, to he voted for on the 7th day of November, IN'W. ('HAS. .1. IiUOCk. 1 Va.. Aniz- 1 •'< IS'.W. WAITING FOlt AUGUST ti:i (Joining for one Day, August -!» is tlie Day, ami Only on That Day Will John Kobinson's Show Hxhibit at Harrisonburg. There is certainly no traveling tented exhibition in the entire United States, that is as well, and favorably known to the aniusetnent loving people of America as is the .lolin Robinson Show, which will exhibit here on Wednesday Aug. To the people of Virginia, his name is and has been for over a half century a household word. This section was the scene of his early triumphs, and his name has always...

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

The Evening News. Fill DA F, A UGUS7 IS, 1809. A New Portrait of Christ. A Frenchman named Buyer d'Agen, who is tlio author of a work on Lonrdes, discovered a curious bronze medal among a number of old coins for sale in a curiosity shop at Eorne. He bought it for 10 centimes because he thought ho discovered on it Hebrew characters dating back to the primitivo times of the Christian era. On close examination it has been declared that it bears the effigy of Jesn3. The portrait is a profile, with the head slightly inclined forward. The forehead is high, the noso rather long, slightly pointed at the tip, the mustaches are slightly marked, and the board is pointed. As for the hair, it is long and curly. The physiognomy, taken as a whole, cannot be called regular, but it is extremely fascinating. On returning to Paris with his purchase M. Boyer d'Agen showed tho medal to numerous numismatists, who pronounced it to bo at least of tho greatest antiquity, though, of course, it would have bee...

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

STANDARD BRANDS OF TOBACCO CONSTANTLY KEI'T AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE and sold by the piece, PLUG, POUND or box. Country merchants arc specially invited to cull ami examine my stock. Why send off and pay freight, when yon ran liny the same goods right at home, at the same price? Hanes'Natural Leaf, Sehnapps. <> inch. Kleclric, ♦tlnch Drummond'sNatural L:af, Knri.v Itird, <» inch. ill Jfjlicw,. Patterson's Wrstover, " Hoyal Colors, *' Vennhle.s 4 A .lan. " Shenandoah, ** Mild Bnrley " (irorgia ll«'anfy. c« . eh, Itoosevdt's Riders, 12 inch. Mayo'H No.l .May Apple. Township Navy, " Country Twist, Nosegay, White Hear Navy " Strawberry Twist, AND ALL JMHTLAK lIIJANDS <>F SMOKING TOKACCO AND CIC.AUETTKS. £■39** Give me a rail. < IIAIdiIX KSIIMAN. Hi*. NEXT POOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. DRAW THE COBPAMSON. /Lp, IF YOU. HAVEN'T BEEN i Ealing Our Ice dream, fe TRY IT AT OHC6 And Make Your Comparison. YOU WILL GIVE ...

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

Grand Gala John Robinson's Big Shorns, flaprisonbufrg, CJUednesday, August 2 3. Volume 1, Number 89. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the In formal ion mid Benefit of Our Evening Readers. Wheat today 05 cents. The Wallace hill-car left this morning going northward. A short special term of TJ. N. Court was held here yesterday. Don't forget the Firemen's lawnparty at Dayton tonight. Mrs. G. Moffett Miller has bought the D. L. Pool property in Bridgewater. Mr. Noah Comer, an old citizen of this place, arrived here yesterday evening. .Judge W. Gordon Robinson, of ltonnoke, was a visitor to this city yesterday. There will be a, seat reserved for you in church tomorrow. Go and occupy it The traveling auditor of the Southern Railway, was in this city yesterday evening. The Wallace Show is the best seen here In a decade.—Cincinnati Com-mercial-Tribune. Tiling has been put across the street in front of the Methodist Church In Brldgewater. Mr, Newman L. D...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered iu the I'oHlolllce at Harrisonburg an second-class matter.! SATURDAY, AUGUST II). 1S!>0. SCARCITY OF IRON. U'ith till the furnaces and forges in America turning' out iron at a rapid rnte and in greater qualities than ever before in our history, that there should he a scarcity of iron in American markets is one of those things that must strike the average mind with surprise. But it is averred that such is the case and that our fihip-buildlng industry is hampered and hindered to such an extent by the scarcity as to compel the grout Cramp ship-buildingestablishment to ask further time in which to complete contracts for ships of war for foreign Governments as well asourown. And what is true of theOainpsittippeurs is nlso true of other great plants which use as the base of their manufactures iron and steel. But for the stocks on hand at the beginning of the year there would he an absolute iron famin...

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

The Evening News* SAT CRD Ar, AUGUSI II), ISO!). A DISGUSTED CROOK. Ie Picked Dp n Man About Town For a "Rube." Chicago possesses a man about town Who Is constantly mistaken for what Is known as the "rube" by crooks and sharps. Any one who knows him would wonder how such an error could happen, yet it does. This rounder is a good natured man and hence the fellows who essay to play upon him rarely get into trouble. He is really a keen hand, although loose and ill fitting clothing lend an air of rusticlty-ito his appearance. This is accentuated by a habitual manner indicating innocencc and introspection. He was walking along one of the busy streets when he was approached by a shrewd looking individual who desired to engage him in conversation. He coyly admitted that ho was broke at the time, when tho man said "sh"— and drew him to one side. Then the pavement merchant displayed to the wondering gaze of the rounder certain stoneß called diamonds and besought him to buy. He bespake him th...

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

STANDARD BRANDS op TOBACCO CONSTANTLY KKL'T AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE BHD SOLD BY THE PIECE, PLUG, °OUfJD OR BOX. Country merchants an* specially invited to mil and examine luy slock. \\ liy st ud off and pay freight, when you ran buy I lie same uontls l-ijrlil at home, at the same price? ' Hanes' Natural Leaf, Schnapps, (» inch. I'.lectric. <>inch Prunimond'sNatural Leaf. Karjy l.ird, <» inch. illtfjhew, Patterson's ' Westover, " Itoyal Colors, " Venable.s 4 A .lap, " Shenandoah, Mild Burlev " Oeorjria Meanly, • eh. lloosevtlt's llidcrs, I'J inch. Mayo'sNo.l " May Apple, ■ / . Township XaVy. Country Twist. Nosegay, White Hear Xnvy Strawberry Twist, AND ALT. mrrLAK I'.KAXDS OT SMOKIMi TOIIAC'O AND CI(JAItI'TTIiS. SSifOive me a call, CHARLES lOSII >I A>. Sr. VENT POOK TO IIOTKIj CLARENDON. DRAW THE COMPARISON. 4L IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN M Bating Our Icc dream, K- TRY IT AT ONC6 And Make Your Comparison. YOU WILL GIVE ...

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

Grand Gala Day—Old John Robinson's Big Shou-is, Hamisonbupg, Cllednesday, August 23. Volume 1, Number 90. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Information himl Benefit, of Our Evening: Readers. Wheat today C>."> cents. Charlie Horner, of this place, went to Broad way on Sunday. Summer lias not always departed when the locusts and tree-frogs begin their autumnal concerts. Misses Mollie and Virginia Payne arrived home in this city Saturday night, after visiting for some time. I)r. Line weaver, theyoung dentist, we are pleased to note, seems to be one of the busiest professional men in town. Deputy U. S. Marshal .1. M. ("offman and Postmaster Gentry, both of 1.01k ton, were among the courtday visitors. Hon. Goo. 15. Keezell was re-elected on Saturday as Chairman of the Democratic County Committe, to serve foi' two years. John Robinson's show is at Winchester today. The Wallace show will be at Roncevertetomorrow, and Staunton o...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofllce at llart'isouburg as second-class matter 1 MONDAY, AUGUST -'I. IS!)!). JUSTICE TO THE JEWS. The Dreyfus lease in France, with liie open and notorious persecution of the Jewish race by the French Government and people, lias perhaps brought more defenders to the Jews in this country than any other circumstance that has transpired during the past century. The ltev. MadisonC. Peters, pastor of the Bloomingdale Church, in New York City,has published a book called "Justice to the Jew," in which, among other things, he sets forth the part played by men of Jewish race in fighting the battles of the Republic, beginning with the Revolutionary War and coming down to the war with Spain. The list is a long one, and it bears out to the full the contention of the author that in the only country which has ever received the Jew with willing and extended arms he has shown his gratitude in the most convinc...

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

The Evening News. MONO A )'. A UOUS'I I'l, ISO!>. GRANT CALMED THEM AN INCIDENT OF JOHNSON'S FAMOUS SWING AROUND THE CIRCLE. A Pniiiful Speetncle AVliicli the General Brought to n Clone liy Forcing the TnmultiiotiN Crowd to Listen to the President. There is nothing in history that corresponds to that wonderful swing of President Johnson from Washington to Chicago by way of Robin Hood's barn. Mr. Johnson planned-the trip'with infinite cunning. He prided himself on being a commoner, and lie believed that ho understood the people and that if he could meet them face to face he could convince them that the president was right and congress wrong. To get the love of the people ho carried with him General Grant, Admiral Farragut, Secretaries Seward, Welles and Randall, General Custer and other men well known to the people. He reasoned that, accompanied by the popular Idols of the day, he would bo sure of enthusiastic reception everywhere. That was all that he asked. , Give him a ...

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

STAHDfIRD brands of tobacco CONSTANTLY KEPT AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE AND SOLD BY THE PIECE, PLUG, POUND OR BOX. Country merchants arc specially invited t«i rail and examine aiy stork. Why send off and pay freight, when you ran buy t Yip same goods right at home, at tlie same prirr? Hanes* Natural Leaf, Schnapps. (> inch. F.lertrie. (» inch Druminond'sNatural Leaf. Kar|y Hird, <» inrli. jl» Jifjhew, Patterson's Westover, " Koyal Colors, 44 Venable.s 4 \ Jap. " Shenandoah. Mild llurley " <Jeorgia Heauty. O iurh. Kooseviit's Riders, 1 l' inch. Mayo's No.l " May Apple. V Tow nship Navy, Country Twist, Nosegay, White Hear Navy Strawberry Twist, AND ALL POPULAR BRANDS <) !•' SMOKIN'U TOHACCO AND CH"! A RKTTKS. p.©-(live me a rail. CHARLES ESIIMAN, Sr. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. DRAY THE COMPARISON. IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN Eating Our Ice Cream TRY IT AT ONCE, And Make Your Comparison. YOU WILL (JIVE US YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. YOU WANT...

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

AGpand Gala Day—Old John Robinson's Big Shouus, Ha prison bopg, Tomorpotu > August 23, Volume 1, Number 91. NOT TILL THURSDAY WILL THE BIGGEST AND BEST SHOW HE HElllO. Something Alioiil the Unusual Merits of the Wallace Shows United in all Their Glory. The Great Wallace Show has thoroughly established itself in the hearts and minds of the American people as the highest class circus in the world. It is "recognized by the members of the amusement profession as the best'equipped and most modern amusement aggregation now on this continent. Owing to the magnitude of the Wallace Shows and the enormous daily expenses of the concern, the management is forced to confine its route almost entirely to cities. This action has caused the show to be frequently called'"the big city shows." The up-to-date policy of the show, together with truthful advertising, enables the Great Wallace Shows to make annual visits to most of the larger cities in this country and Canada.. The itinerary of t...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS' UY ROB'T B. BMYTHE. Knlt i-i el m the P<wtotllce at HairlaoDlmvn an m'uiid-clUHii ma Iter.l Tf'JCSDA V, At GUST L'L>. ISD'J. COMING TO SEE THE TWO JOHNS. It is report I'd Ih.it "rations liuvi' been cooked up" and the cavalcades liftve already Htarted from the adjoining counties east and west to be here early on tomorrow to meet the two great Johns —John Kobiuson and .lohii i.owlow —the proprietor and the grentclowu of the.lohn itobinson show. These people comprise only a small portion of the old friends and patrons of John Robinson, who will he here tomorrow to greet the great show. It is an evidence of a strong regard, when people are willing to travel afootor hy wagon forty miles and consume several days of time in so doing to greet old friends and fa vorites. John itoblnson should be proud of the favored name his show bears throughout the Shenandoah Valley, and Mr. John Lowlnw, who has traveled with .Mi' Uoh...

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