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

.The Evening News. Finn AY, MAY 19, ISO!). Unmly Sledee Does. Carlo, a big retriever, opened the ball by killing one of the Ostiak dogs. He swaggered about among the pack and exhibited all the supposed characteristics of the Britisher abroad. To check his homicidal, or rather canlcidal, proclivities, I tied the dead dog round his neck. This, however, he evidently viewed as aq excellent arrangement, especially devised for the arctic, where the food supply is defective, and at once proceeded to make a nold lunch of his late adversary, looking up at ine with grateful eyes, evidently thinking that it was very considerate of Jackson thus to provide him with a larder right at hand. After this the dead dog was removed, and Carlo was always dccorated with a muzzle. I afterward made a good sledge dog of him, but he eould not stand the severe climate, and, although the dootor made a blanket coat for him, the poor old chap died sledging during the 'first fortnight in spite of it. The rest of t...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 May 1899

The Evening News# FRIDAY, MA Y 19,1899. CAPTURE OF BRIGANDS. Twenty-six of Cuba's Fiercest Outlaws Taken by Our Men. TERRORIZED THE WHOLE COUNTRY Hobaon'a Old Prison at Santiago Holds an Extraordinary Band of Marauders — Dlegues, the Leader, Caught by a Combination of L.nclc and Strategy, Is In Hobson's Cell. The military prison at Santiago, Cuba, the old Spanish "cnartel," where Hobeon was confined, now contains 26 of the most desperate characters that ever drew breath in the western world. Since the departure of the dons it has been discovered that the mountains and inland country, especially Santiago province, are filled with a class of brigands who are robbers, kidnapers, cutthroats and footpads in every sense of the word. Under Spanish misrule it was the custom with these "gentlemen of the road" to waylay travelers, levy blackmail on planters, pillage homes and kidnap at will, and, like the brigands of old Spain and older Italy, they found no difficulty in securing immunity fro...

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

Volume 1, Number 12. THE PRBSIDBIMT And Those Composing His Company Reach Here on Schedule Time. A TREMENDOUS OUTPOURING Of People to Give a Fitting Welcome the Chief Executive. To-day was somewhat a gala day in thli city. Yesterday evening's News baring exclusive information, announced the coming of His Exoetlency, Hon. William McKinley, President of the United States, and the fact was spread throughout the town and county and brought together an immense throng of people of all sexes and ages to greet the President on his journey through the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, a throng composed of hundreds of the sturdy yeomanry of the county, as well as thousands of our town population. The tralnjof Pullman oars bearing the Presidental party arrived at 9 a. m., promptly on time, the President being greeted as the train rolled in by a great and prolonged huzzah of the people, amid the blowing of engine whistles of the tannery and other factory establishments, flags waving and music from t...

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

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce >1 Harrisonburg as second-class matter.l SATURDAY, MAY SO, 1899. Edward Atkinson is still at it—printing his views against imperialism. Eddy is a smart fellow, else he could not associate with Senator Hoar—but bis ▼lews don't seem to impress the public, as that public is not able to see where imperialism comes in in whipping Apuinaldo and his followers Into obedience to United States laws. Such malcontents as Hoar and Atkinson see imperialism where there is none, nor is such a thing contemplated. It is an awful affliction to suffer from the terrors of a diseased imagination. Thev set up a hobgoblin themselves, then straightway begin to howl, declaring the road in front of them is beset by dangers. When sensible men run to see they only see the hobgoblin and narry bandit. Get back and side with your countrymen awhile. Agulnaldo has certainly taken to the woods, and It is said he i...

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

The Evening News# SATURDAY, MAY SO, 1803. A Municipal Public Honae. "In Scotland," says an English paper, "a modification of the Gothenburg system seems to be risking headway. A little village near the Dunfermline, named Hill of Beath, has municipalized its publio house and installed the electrio light out of the profits. This success has raised envy In the soul of another village olose by, oalled Kelty. Kelty does not see why It should not municipalize its whisky drinking, so a publio meeting has been held, with a real live county councilor In the chair, to propound a soheme. A sum of £3,000 is to be raised as oapital wherewith to ereot the publio house. There are to be eight directors—six elected by the shareholders and two by the county counoil. The shareholder* are to get a 6 per cent dividend on their capital, and the surplus profits are to be handed over to the county council to be applied as it sees fit." Englani'i Trump Card. In the fleet question England will never have the...

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

J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO, CPQ IN Fresh and Cared of all Kinds, Groceries, Produce, Family Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. Home-made Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely pure and carefully made of best materials, and especially suited to the Summer season. ty Your patronage respectfully solicited. Lowest prices prevail always at this store. All orders receive prompt attention, and goods delivered in all parts of the city. Telephone connections in town and county. Call us up. iS. LOBWNBR'S SONS, MANUFACTURERS AND MARBLE AND GRANITE DEALERS, KV2KK*': t Harrison6arj. tfa. Prices in Marble and Granite Cemetery Work are lower now than at any time for years, at Loewner's Marble Works, and the low prices now prevailing should be taken advantage of. If you need such work now is your time to get it. Call quickly. i Sells the Best Liquors of $11 Kinds. He represents a number of the best distilleries in the U. S., and in his stock will be found everything k...

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

Volume 1, Number 13. FROM ROANOKE ANNUAL MEETING OF GERMAN BAPTIST CONFERENCE. Description of Roanoke and the Conference Qrounds—A Great Assemblage of People—Rockingham People Present— Services on Sunday, etc. [Special Correspondence of Evening Nkws.l Roanoke, the busy, live city that it is, Is now busier than ever, entertaining the vast crowds that have come hero to attend the annual conference Of the German Baptist Church. On last Thursday the heralds of the great crowd that was to come began to arrive, and each succeeding hour has brought special trains from the North, the South, the East and the West, laden with the thousands which come to these great annual gatherings, until now the city of Roanoke has as her guests some eight or ten thousand of the most substantial citizens of this country. It was on one of these special trains that the representative of the Evening News arrived in the city. He was accompanied by little Roy Fridley, who is its bustling office boy. This train w...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED nm&mm. liUnd la the Postoßc* at Harrisonburg as —cond-cl— matfr.l MONDAY, MAY St, 1899. TttoirhMa eooMtry -Would be better atfafo jtMtHa lalWrtng word* of IGaaaral teaser* tke governing principle of all public oAciais. His home -ww rMatttty destroyed by fire■, and his axaaypatrlQtlo friends desired to rebuild Jt torrMpa. , words of ggateful warmth ,'Jm qrfiisedtbeoaar, adfilag manly WMMmi: "If ay fallowed titlssns liNk ttat I have hsen able to (irn mj St** In any npafler, I only discharged jNr t doiagso. It istfce duty of .*va*ji»4tl»ea. tSiMCT* fail state (whenever tailed «po* to doso,aad bis. sole regard vbouldbe the consciousness of barljtf (.Uitllfd tfcat obligation." ■if f ) -T' , <Mfeja Victoria will ba 80 yearsof age Jm* Jvv w- i«m» nitea .of our tluaa -j*eQre tba loafeat-ofeay-BidtUhevreretfo, oorere in? amtlmportaat period 1b th* history e Uulted Kingdom. al#pol*dwu*ed i« **», wIU .po*h|»)j Mt*WUMtoln terer Ofbereon, &a...

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

The Evening News. ■ MOM)A 1, MA V it, lSUit. The Job Was Worth a Nickel. Several small boys have inaugurated a tew industry along the Wissahickon drive nt Rittenhouse street. The latter thoroughfare, running up into Gerniantown from tike bridge over Wissahickon creek, forma one of the steepest hills in the park. It is not long, but tortuous as well, and therefore extremely difficult for a wheol _ man to climb. These enterprising boys have recognized this fact and ore making capital of It. Whenever a wheelman starts up Rittenhouse street from the drive he is bound to be pounced upon by a horde of these youngsters, all clamoring, "Push yer up fur a cent, mister," "Lemme push yer, mister." One day last week a very stout woman essayed to mount the hill. It looked like a pretty-hard job to help hor, but a little fellow no bigger than a bar of soap after a hard day's wash applied for a job and got it. It was a very comical sight, but the rider didn't mind it. The boy did very well, but he...

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

J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO, >. riFfII.FRS IN Fresh and Cured oP all Kinds, Groceries, Produce, Family Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. Hoiue-made Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely pure and carefully made of best materials, and especially suited to the Summer season. JSP'Your patronage respectfully solicited. Lowest price ß prevail always at this store. All orders receive prompt attention, and goods delivered in all parts of the city. Telephone connections in town and county. Call us up. S. LOBWNBR'S SONS, MANUFACTURERS AND MARBLE AND GRANITE DEALERS, nSp2S>»S*':( HarriscmSurJ. \Ja. Prices in Marble and Granite Cemetery Work are lowL er now than at any time for years, at Loewnkr's I Marble Works, and the low prices now prevailing should ■ be taken advantage of. If you need such work now is your time to get it. Call quickly. i LAMB—> Sells the £est Liquors of (Ml Kinds. He represents a number of tlie best distiller...

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

Volume 1, Number 14. COUNTRY COUSINS. • INTERESTING NEWS FROM OUT OF TOWN. at Mount Crawford, Singer's Glen, Cross Keys, and Dayton Send The Evening News Their Reports. OAVTON DOTS. Dayton, May 22. —Isaac Miller, of Manchester, Ind., has been stopping with Noah Bowman. Mrs. M« scomber and Mrs. Andrews, of Goshen, Ind., arrived Saturday evening on a visit to the families of Ezra Lowman, Mrs. Shram, and other relatives. Misses Henrietta and May Cromer and Messrs. Samuel Ritchie and G. B. Sheppe spent Sunday at Rawley Springs. The Ladies' Memorial Association will serve dinner on the printing office lawn on eleotion day. The C. & W. station agent here sold nearly fifty tickets Saturday to persons leaving on the several trails. D. Bruce McLeon, Miss Lydia Byrd, and others attended the dramatic entertertainment at Bridgewater Saturday night. SINGERS GLEN NOTES. Singers Glen, May 22.—Mrs. Amanda Lineweaver and two children, of Illinois, are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Linewe...

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

The Evening News* a l '. "\I ■ }■*,•£' PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUWDJtYS) BOB'T B-'foVrgg. Entered In the Poatofflce at Harrisonburg a* second-class matter. 1 TUESDAY, MAY/13, 1899. f ' i T " r ~' : i On hitting the ball and running: the tMUp.r ,tpe»kii*, 'W BMilk-daib |gIWW> Ohio boy* pointers, and he will proceed to do so immediately. He li about to give lessons agalb hdw tb"s«Ve the country" and eipeietally hispw'ty. Whin M steps in the' water* are sure to be agitated. Atfuttiita) thoutfh "pressed to the, wklrot- ratber the mountains, 'la tryinjgj to evadetbe'tlwint af u 'Unoonditlonal surrender" Otis, by appointing cortimiseioners to treat for peace, who haye' no authority to act. His tactics have ttie'appearance of a fiiliire. Mr. Peffer regards the populist party 'at afkilure since he w*a not returned to tUe<Maate—ia other words, it failed itf keep htm in a job. Will the Republican ipttfty, to wfatoh h* has returned, do better for him? Maybe, and maybe not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 May 1899

"The Evening News* TUESDAY, MAY 23, 18'J'j. When Waa the Bible Compiecear Scholars differ in opinion as to the (lnt» at which the books now found in the New Testament were completed, but it ts probable that this was accomplished not later than 180. Man; centuries had passed in the formation of the Old Testament, but the New was all written within a single 100 years. The decision as to which books tbould be received into the new canon was not so quickly reached, for the earliest fathers of the ohurch frequently.quote from other gospels, such as one "according to the Egyptians," or "aooording to the Hebrews, " and the Syrian church accepted some books not received by that of north Africa or the western church and vice versa. There 1b a legend that at the first ecumencial council of Niosea, 835, copies of all the Christian literature then current were laid beneath the altar and the genulne books leaped out of the mass and ranged themselves on the altar. It probably contains a germ of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 May 1899

Hi' J. J. BOYD'S GftSH BARGAIN STORE Next Door to Bank. Harrisonburo, Ya. Read J. J. Boyd's price list. They are stunners. He knows where to get bargains, and after he gets them is willing to sell them at the lowest prices possible to be sold Boyd believes in quick -sales and small profits. Hammer and Hatchet handles, lc. File handles, lc. Stick pins, lc. 2 lead pencils, lc. Ink, 2*ts. Mucilage, 2icts. Steel pens, 5c a do*. Tea spoons, ic. Table spoons, lc. 2i Gal. Tin Bucket, 7}cte. 1 pt. cup, lc. Other tin ware just as cheap. Buggy whips from 5 cents up. Thorough raw-hide bug(?y whip, 39cts. Large bottle machine Oil, 7cts. 25 good envelopes for 4ets. Other kind, 2cts. Oxford Teacher's Bibles, well bound, 91.00, worth $3.00. Webeter unabridged Dictionaries with 1,500 illustrations, only 85cts. 1 needle book containing 125 needles besides an assortment of darning needles, all for scts. Hamberg edging, Laces etc. too numer- J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO, pen cpo Fresh and Cured of...

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

Volume 1, Number 15. BROCK BUILDING." A HANDSOME STRUCTURE TO BE ERECTED. A Building That Will Adorn and Eclipse all Others on the Square On Which It is to be Built. The last rcmeant of the old Lanahan tavern stand, dating at least 80 years back, is being demolished to make room for a modern, more elegant and imposing structure. A good many years have elapsed since a part of. the former Lanahan tayern stand was purchased and torn down by George Bruffey, deceased, and who erected on the site an elegant three-story building, whloh he used as a dry goods store, and where he did business for a number of years. Just subsequent to the war it was oocupied as a mercantile establishment by Coffmans & Bruffey (Dr. S. M. and "Mike" Coffman and Jason N. Bruffey composing the firm). Then M. Treiber (of Troiber, Beall & Co., Baltimore) opened the store as a hardware store, and after passing through various hands, the hardware stock and building was purchased by Abner Shack...

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

The Evening ISfews* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postoftice at Harrisonburg as second-clans matter. 1 WEDNESDAY, MAY U, 1899. According to Aguinaldo's junta in Madrid, Dewey has been driven out of Manila Bay. It is estimated that during the last year 75,000 babies have been named after Admiral Dewey. Our religious editor at Roanoke must have bad some personal experience with the pickpockets. Ex-Populist Poller should at least have left his whiskers with the party which honored him. Texas ought to be reconst Acted again. The jovial citizens of El Paso have just lynched an Uncle Tom's Cabin company. Pur his pains in inaugurating a revolt against the United States, Aguinaldo has been promised that he can retire to some quiet spot with his life in his own hands. None of the great newspaper correspondents have been admitted to the Czar's peace conferenne That is why the News sent its special representative to Roanoke. Those pickpockets at Roanoke kn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 May 1899

The Evening News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1899. Professional Cards. 0. B. ROLLER & MARTZ, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P. O. Lock Box 2 S. Harrisonburg, Va. GE"». E. SlPii, JOHN. T. HARRIS, Jr. SIPE & HARRIS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Harrisonburg, va. West Side Pub Square. 5-8-99. D. 0. DECHERT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Harrisonburg, va. Olllee In Kent Law Building, N. W. Cor. Pub. Square. 5-8-99. W. H. BERTRAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Harrisonburg, va. Practices In all the Courts of Rockingham. 5-8-99 DR. T. C. FIREBAUGH, PRACTICING PHYSICIAN, Harrisonburg, Va. Graduate University of Virginia. Ofllce over L. H. Ott & Son's Drug Store. 5-8-99 G. G. HERRING, —AND—CHARLES GRIFFIN HERRING, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Harrisonburg, Va. Commissioner for County Court. 5-8-99. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR TREMURM. To the Voters of Rockinqham County: I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of Treasurer of Rockingham county. If re-elected I promise a faithful and impartial discharge of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 May 1899

J. J. BOYD'S •illi"" 6fISH BARGAIN STORE Next Door to Bank. Harrisonburg, Va. Read J. J. Boyd's price list. They are stunners. He knows where to get bargains, and after he gets them is willing to sell them at the lowest prices possible to be sold Boyd believes in quick sales and small profits. Hammer and Hatchet handles, lc. File bandies, lc. Stiok pins, lc. 2 lead pencils, 10. Ink, 2cts. Mucilage, 2icts. Steel pens, 5c a doz. Tea spoons, 4c. Table spoons, lc. 2i Gal. Tin Bucket, 7icts. 1 pt. cup, lc. Other tin ware just as cheap. Buggy whips from 5 cents up. Thorough raw-hide buggy whip, 39cts. Large bottle machine Oil, 7cts. 25 good envelopes for 4cts. Other kind, 2cts. Oxford Teacher's Bibles, well bound, •1.00, worth $3.00. Webster unabridged Dictionaries with 1,500 illustrations, only 85cta. X needle book containing 125 needles besides an assortment of darning needles, all for scts. Hamberg edging, Laces etc. too numer- J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO., ■ —i DEALERS IN/ Fresh ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 May 1899

1 he tveninir fNews. Volume 1, Number 16. FROM ROANOK ANOTHER LETTER FROM TI !.'t i f. o CONFERENCE. 100 Missionary Matters Under Disciissic Big Crowds oir tlie Grounds, Notwithstanding the Bad Weather. '> Roanoke, May 23, 1899. | Our report having closed yesterday at noon, we will begin this one with notes oiffthe afternoon session. v f At 1 o clock, or shortly thereafter,the Brethren met in the tabernacle and held a missionary meeting, under the auspices of the Missionary Committee. In the absence of the moderator, Rev. J. G. Royer, Rev. G. B. Royer presided. Mr. Royer stated that he brought greeting from Rev. D. L. Miller, who is now in Smyrna protecting the persecuted mission there. Many of the most able ministers of the church spoke earnestly in favor of enlarging and increasing the mission work of the church. Among others was the venerable lder, Andrew Hutchinson, who appealed to the people to be earnest andzealous In extending the great work of the church. At the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 May 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postoltlee at Harrisonburg as second-class inatter.l THURSDAY, MAY 35, 1899. HOMES TO HEOES. The originators of the movement to give Dewey a house in Washington are now in some doubt as to whether he would like one. The Admiral is a widower and has no family. But there are precedents enough to make a house seem appronriate as a testimonial should he find one convenient to live in. Admiral Farragut was given a house in New York and Admiral Worden one in Washington. Gens. Grant, Sherman, Meade, and Sheridan also had houses presented to them in various cities. Grant had houses given to him in three places — Galena, Philadelphia, and Washington. The English, too, have presented houses to their war heroes. Blenheim Palace, now the residence of W. K. Vanderhilt's daughter, the Duchess, was given to the first Duke of Marlborough for his great victory at Blenheim. The Duke of Wellington received Apsley Hou...

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