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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 31 May 1899

The Evening News* WEDNESDAY; MAY 4 is:n) A Long Dog. A lady living on Park nvenue, Walnut hills, was recently presented with a full blooded imported dachshund, a living exemplification of the saying, "Man wants but little here below, but he wants that little long." This dog in particular has all the tine points of a true dachshund. Its length is at least four times itti height, and its legs are stumpy and have the conventional crook df a golf stick at the foot. The lady has several other dogs and is quite a fancier of canines. The other evening a gentleman called who had beard a great deal of the celebrated animal. As he ! entered the darkened parlor a small ' yellow dog of no particular breed arose from a rug in front of the grate and, unnoticed by, the gentleman, slowly walked toward the door. The dog crossed half way over the threshold and stood in such a position that a person in the parlor conld just see its hind legs and tail. At that moment the maid lighted the gas, and the d...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 31 May 1899

J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO., PlP«l FPS IN/ Fresh and Cured of all Kinds, Groceries, Produce, Family Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. 115 IT. MAIN ST., NEXT TO POST OFFICE, HARRISONBURG, VA. Home-made Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely pure and carefully made of best materials, and especially suited to the Summer season. IS?" 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. Sells the £est Liquors of jfUl Kinds. He represents a number of the best distilleries in the ITS., and in his stock will be found everything kept only in a first-class Bar, and among them some rare, old mellow brands of strict purity. When you want the Best Whiskey, Wines and Beer, come to me. The celebrated Pabst Milwaukee Beer always on tap, fresh daily. Call when you want the best of all goods in my line. R...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 1 June 1899

Volume 1, Number 22. RURAL DELIVERY. THE EXPERIMENT TO BEGIN IN THIS COUNTY TODAY. Rockingham County is the First to be Selected In which to Try the Free Delivery System. Today is a day that at some future time will undoubtedly be called a redletter day in the history ol Rockingham County, for it is the day from waicu dates the establishment of the rural free delivery of mails in this county. Some weeks ago our Uncle Samuel, always watchful for our interests, sent one of his post-office inspectors up here to look up the advisability of establishing a free delivery system. Accompanied by our postmaster, A. P. Funk" houser, Mr. Boch, for that was his name, drove out over the communities immediately surrounding the town and elsewhere, and so well pleased was he with the prospects that be went back to Washington and recommended that the service be established. And today, upon that reoommendatian, we have it. Rockingham County may well congratulate herself on it, for this is the only cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 1 June 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Poatofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.] THURSDAY. JUNE 1, 1899. Ex-President Harrison, who is now in Franoe, delivered an oration over the tomb of Lafayette May 30. His grave was decorated by Americans in Paris, who observed National Decoration day, and heavy garlanded the heroic Frenchman's grave, who so greatly assisted the United States to gain independence in the great American revolution. Notwithstanding the oft-repeated • statement of the demise of the Populist party, yet that organization goes right along making nominations of candidates for ofliae In several States. The statements regarding the party are false or else It Is a very hopeful party. General Otis has informed the Government that he will not require over 30,000 men for the army in the Philippines. With reinforcements on the way he will probably have more than the requisite number. Americans in Havana, Cuba, obsarved d...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 1 June 1899

The Evening News. THURSDAY. JUNK 1, 1899. FROM BEAUTY TO OGRE. A Man fip»-w Bo t'Kly That He Feared He Would Be Dissected. There died in Penobscot, Me., recently u man whose peculiar affliction attracted the attention of the medical world. H's name was William Howard. As a young man Howard was a skillful carpenter, and being steady and industrious he laid by a little money. Among his acquaintances ho was popular. He was of good appearance and a genial nature, coupled with Ills industry and good habits, mode him a welcome visitor in every household in the community, and especially where there were marriageable daughters. But gradually a change came over him. His hands grow largo and slowly lost their cunning with tools. His feot, too, wore growing out of all proportion to hll body. Then the change began to show in his features, which expanded into unusual proportions and transferred him into an object of horror. Then the terrible deformity attacked his body, and his chest grew until ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 1 June 1899

J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO, Fresh and Cured of all Kinds, Groceries, Produce, Eainily Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. 115 N. MAIN ST., NEXT TO POST OFFICE, HARRISONBURG, VA. Home-made Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely pure and carefully made of best materials, and especially suited to the Summer season. _ • flip Your patronage respectfully solicited. Lowest prices prevail always at this store. All orders receive prompt attention, and goods delivered in all parts ot tbe city. Telephone connections in town and county. Call us up. LAMB—>• Sells the Best Liquors of $11 Kinds. He represents a number of the best distilleries ill the US., and in his stock will be found everything kepi only in a first-class Bar, and among them some rare, old mellow brands of strict purity. When you want the Best Whiskey, Wines and Beer, come to me. The celebrated Pabst Milwaukee Beer always on tap, fresh daily. Call when you want the best of all goods in my ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 June 1899

Volume 1, Number 23. MEDALS AWARDED. liarweI iarwe attendance at the assembly HALL LAST NIGHT. Isaac Gassman and Bessie Hollander the Successful Contestants for tlie Prizes. ) Last night was one that will long be remembered by the pupils of the Harrisonburg Graded and High School. The occasion was a medal contest rendered under the auspices of the school. Long before the time for exercises to begin Assembly Hall was packed to its utmost capacity by old and young, who had come to hear seven young men from the High School compete upon the rostrum for a handsome medal, and a similar contest between seven of the young ladies of the school. The young men's oontest was first, and excellent it was. It was a contest in which each contestant especially distinguished himself, and in which eaoh yonng man showed no little ability. A. K. Fletcher, jr., was the first contestant. He declaimed that weH known and much admired poem, "John Maynard." His rendering of it was excellent. Then oame Toler L...

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

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Post-office at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! FRIDAY, JUNE g, 1899. FTJHZRAI Or EX-GOV. HOLLIDAY. The funeral of Ex-Governor Holliday took place from his late residence in Winchester at 3 p. m. on May 31, from Christ Episoopal Church, of which he had long been a member. Rev. James Grammer, acting rector, officiated as Clergyman. The edifice was crowded with friends of the deceased, while in the vicinity of the church were hudreds of people unable to gain admission. Turner Ashby Camp, Confederate Veterans, of which Governor Holliday was a member, attended the funeral in a body in full uniform, under Col. John J, Williams, and acted as a guard of honor. In line and escorting the remains were the entire fire department, the City Council, School Board ai d Winchester Bar Association. The pallbearers were Major Holme* Com ad, Major Robert W. Hunter, Henry Stephenson, Thomas McCormick, Albert Bake...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 June 1899

The Evening News. FRIDAY, JUNE ~ 1899 ANECDOTE OF "OLD HUTCH" He "Called Down" a Mail Who Tried to Impersonate Him. "The recent death of 'Old Hutch,' the one time king of tho Chicago 'change," said a Boston broker visiting in New Orleans, "recalls very vividly to my mind an odd little adventure of a good many years ago. It was shortly after the collapse of the big Hutchinson corner which had set the whole world gossiping. I was in New York at the time looking for a chance to 'catch on.' with no very brilliant prospect of finding it and had dropped in one day at a shabby little restaurant on upper Sixth avenue to get a bite of dinner. The only seat I found unoccupied was opposite a large, smooth shaven, elderly man who looked something like a priest. We fell into conversation over our soup, and I was soon babbling about the mysteries of the markets. "I was young and enthusiastic and, being fully satisfied that I knew it all, I didn't hesitate to lay down my views in a somewhat dramat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 June 1899

J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO, 1 nFAI.FRfI IN Fresh and Cured of all Kinds, Groceries, Produce, Pamily Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. 115 N. ST., NEXT TO POST OFFICE, HARRISONBURG, VA. Home-made Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely pure and carefully made of best materials, and especially suited to the Summer season. HSpYour 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. 1 4 ivrT* Sells the Best Liquors of £11 Kinds. He represents a number of the best distilleries in the IP S., and in his stock will be found everything kept only in a first-class Bar, and among them some rare, old mellow brands of strict purity. When you want the Best Whiskey, Wines and Beer, come to me. The celebrated Pabst Milwaukee Beer always on tap, fresh daily. Call when you want the best of all goods in my line....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 June 1899

The Evening News. Volume 1, Number 24. OUR HIGH SCHOOLS. THE COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES LAST NIGHT. Dr. Kent, of the University of Virginia, Drlivers the Annual Address. Last night the Assembly Hall was crowded to its utmost capacity by people who bad come not only from all parts of the town, but from -various parts of the county, to witness the closing exercises of the Harrisonburg Graded and High School. Long before the hour appointed every available seat was occupied, and it showed that more than one heart was interested in this most excellent school. Prayer having been offered and the blessings of the Almighty invoked upon the exeroieeß of the evening by Prof. E. U. Hoenshel, of Dayton, Prof. Kiester, in a few words, stated that the past session had been one of profit and pleasure, and then announced the promotions to the High School Department. Kemper Staples, the salutatorian, then delivered an address of welcome, which was well received. Judge Paul then, in his usual happy style,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 June 1899

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! SATURDAY, JUNES, 1899. We have some big cities and some great big cities in this country. New York is one of them. It is making immense preparations to receive and honor Dewey when he oomes home, aDd yet New York does not know that the Admiral will land there. This looks somewhat like effusiveness with a fake attachment. The Federal Treasury reduced the national debt $3,695,857 during the month of May. Cash balance in the Treasury, $267,584,094; interest-bearing debt, May 31st, $1,046,048,730. During the month the receipts of the Government internal revenue and customs were largely Increased. McKisson is represented in the dispatches with tomahawk, war paint, and leathers on, ready for a bout with the Banna forces in the Ohio Gubernatorial convention. Senator Joe Foraker is backing McKisson. The chances for a political family scrap are very good. ...

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

-tSPGCIAL KNOCK POWH»SHOE * SALE FOR Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. PRICES UNPfIRfILLELED AND UNfIPPROfIGftfIBLE. Quality Unsurpassed. We Keep Only the Best. HALF-PRICE SALE FOR THREE DAYS. I -= MEN'S, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HIGH AND LOW SHOES, pNo one Dares offer yon goods in onr line at onr low prices. Attend onr Closing-out Sale. WM. LOEB & SON. A VERY QUEER DEAL. IN A FAMOUS GAME OF DRAW POKER IN OLD DAKOTA. The Dealer Gave His Rival Four ; Jacks and Himself Four Queena. When, the Show Down Came* the Jack* Had Turned to Aces. In the northwest they still talk about the last poker game that Major Edwards and Stanley Huntley played together. They were pioneer editors of newspapers in Dakota in the old territorial days. Huntley had just sold his (paper in Bismarck for $2,300 cash and was coming east. He and the major hud sat in many a quiet game together, and Huntley went over to the major's office to say goodby and play one last gama The major produced the cards, locked...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 June 1899

J. W. SHEPHERD & BEO., IN.— FresK and Cared of all Kinds, Groceries, Produce, Painily Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. 115 N. MAIN ST., NEXT TO POST OFFICE, HARRISONBURG, VA. Home-made Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely pure and carefully made of best materials, and especially suited to the Summer season. 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. TAMir Sells the £est Liquors of £11 Kinds. He represents a number of the best distilleries in the U" S., and in his stock will be found everything kept only in a first-class Bar, and among them some rare, old mellow brands of strict purity. When you want the Best Whiskey, Wines and Beer, come to me. The celebrated Pabst Milwaukee Beer always on tap, fresh daily. Call when you want the best of all goods in my line. Respectfu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 June 1899

The Evening News. Volume 1, Number 25. A SUDDEN DEATH. SAMUEL J. PRICE EXPIRES SUDDENLY OF HEART FAILURE. His Life Work Ended in a Second of Time without Premonition. With the suddenness of a lightning flash Samuel J. Prloe, Esq., went to his death yesterday morning. This entire town where he was so well known was startled at the news of his sudden demise, and expressiot • of sorrow passed rapidly from one to another at the recital of the fact, for he had many warm friends and few real enemies. He arrived here from Washington, D. C., (for some years his home) early In the spring of this year and became associate editor and local reporter on the State Republican newspaper, and during the recent exciting political campaign in this county worked very hard to secure success for the candidates the State Republican represented, and gave much time and close attention to the details of an unusually heated political contest, with his usual arder and untiring energy. After the eleotion he sho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 June 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Poitofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! MONDAY, JUNE 5,1899. Major Count Esterhazy who was in the scheme through which poor Dreyfous was convicted by a French military court martial, now proposes to tell the truth about the whole matter, but the trouble is that few will believe him of even if he should speak the truth for onoe. Unbelief in any statements made by a tortuous prevaricator is nothing strange. Little Marion Clark, the twenty-one months' old baby that was abducted two weeks ago In New York, probably through connivance of its nurse, has been found and restored to its parents. The whole country was elecrified with horror over this case of abduction. The death penalty is about the. right thing for child abductions, and it should be liberally applied. Germany has become our near neighbor in the far East in acquiring by purchase the Caroline Islands from Spain. Somebody has been outw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 June 1899

-•SPeCIAL KNOCK POWN»SHOE * SALE Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. —————— PRI6ES UNPARALLELED AND UNAPPROACHABLE. . Quality Unsurpassed. We Keep Only fixe Best. HALF-PRICE SALE KOI? THREE DAYS. -= HEN'S, LADIES' AID CHILDREN'S HIGH ADD LOW SHOES. '=■ No one Dares offer yon goods in our line at onr lov prices. Attend onr Closing-out Sale. WM. LOEB & SON. Tliin Doff Can Spell. There is a South Side lady who owns a Gordon setter which she believes is endowed with almost human intelligence. This is not a hastily formed nor unfounded opinion, bnt has been developed by years of experience. Here is one of the many incidents from which has sprung her faith in her dog: Last Sunday, having finished her dinner, the lady went into the drawing room to read the paper. On a rug near the window the setter was basking drowsily in the sun. The lady's two sons were still in the dining room finishing the repast, and the mother overheaid something said about bones. Now, the good lady has a mort...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 June 1899

J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO, IN,/ Fresh and Cured of all Kinds, Groceries, Produce, Family Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. 115 N. MAIN ST., NEXT TO POST OFFICE, HARRISONBURG, VA. Home-inade Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely pure and carefully made of best materials, and especially suited to the Summer season. HEP" Your patronage respectfully solicited. Lowest prices prevail always at this store. All orders receive prompt attention, and goods delivered in all parts of tlie city. Telephone connections in town and county. Call us up. Sells the £est Liquors of Kinds. He represents a number of the best distilleries in the U* S., and in his stock will be found everything kept only in a first-class Bar, and among them some rare, old mellow brands of strict purity. When you want the Best Whiskey, Wines and Beer, come to me. The celebrated Pabst Milwaukee Beer always on tap, fresh daily. Call when you want the best of all goods in my line. Respectfully, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 June 1899

The Evening News. Volume 1, Number 26. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (lathered by News Reporters, who are Alert and Active In Qatheriof Items for Interested Evening Readers. Wheat is 70 cents today. Mr. W. I. Good left this morning for Ashland, Va. Rev. Dr. E. P. Palmer left this morning for Staunton. Miss Eugene Andrews, of Staunton, is visiting Miss IdaEllyson on East Market street. Mr. A. C. Burkholder, a student at Washington and Lee University, came home this morning. Capt. James Bumgardner and Frank G.Woodson, Esq., of Staunton, are in attendance at the U. S. Court. Our town is being filled with guests who have come here to attend the sesaioe of the United States Court, which began today. Mrs. E. H. Billhimer went to Dayton yesterday to spend a week and attend the commencement exercises at Shenandoah Institute. An ice cream supper will be held at Mr. Philip Miller's residence on Saturday evening, June 17. Proceeds for benefit of Mt. Sinai U. B. Chur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 June 1899

The Evening-News. PUBLISHED DAILY "(EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHS. Entered In the Postofflce at Han second-class matter.! TUESDAY, JUNE,6,1899. The modesty of the Cuban "army" and its leadere is so remarkable as to give honest people an Impression that they are mare brigands than prtriots. They regard the $3,000,000 Uncle Sam gave aB an aid to them in getting t§ work and making an honest living as an insult. Some mendicants are easily insulted. The Uuban troubles will be settled when Uncle Sam takes a lot of those fellows by the nape of the neck and seat of the ppnts and chuoks them into the sea. It is now pretty certain that Mr. Henderson, of lowa, will be the next Speaker of the House of Representatives—the other candidates having declined to make further fight for the place or been dropped from the list by their friends. The French steamer Spat will land Captain Dreysus at Brest June 26. CHAT. When a girl is interested in a man, i! he isn't bow-legged and squint-eyed, she sa...

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