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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 January 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAIL.V (EXUKPT SUNDAYS) nY BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Watered in the Postnfflce at Han't-sonburß ax second-clast* msater 1 FRIDA T, JAMJAR Y 5. MOO. ENGLAND AND AMEBICA. The following telegraphic, dispatch, received yesterday from London, •rives some idan us to how the English people feel regarding a closer union with the I'n 1 ted States: "Joseph H. Choate, the United States Ambassador, accompanied by Lord George Hamilton, Secretary of • State for India,and Rt. Rev. Mendell Crelghton, Bishop of London, opened the free library at Acton, given by .lohn Passniore Edwards, a wellknown publisher and founder of many libraries nnd institutions. Lord Gtorge Hamilton, in a speech, said he desired the consuniniation of Carlyle's idea that Great Britain and the United States should become one nation. This result, in his opinion, would not be accomplished through diplomatic negotiations, but by the two notions combining to promote tiie cause of freedom and humanity throughout...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 January 1900

The Evening News. FRWa Y. .JANUARYS, l!) 00. WAS TOO FAITHFUL. Irlih Vnlet't Literal Interprrtßliuo of an Order Place* Tonns Coitplc In a Predloflmrnt, Sometime ago a young- bridal couple Rtopped at the Gilsey house at. NewYork on their honeymoon, and accompanying- them was an Irish valet who had been for years in the employ of the bridegroom. The latter had instructed his valet not to tell any of the servants at the hotel ti)at they were newly married and on their honeymoon, as the youngbride was very sensitive and didn't eare to encounter the nsliee and 1 1^jj^l 'I TOL.D THIM YOU WUZZEKT MAR- ■ HIED." stares which would be sure to be forthcoming. Notwithstanding- these instructions, says the New York World, the youngcouple found that they seeincd to be the center of attraction, and the waiters,porters and bellboys ogled the young woman until she felt positively uncomfortable. The bridegroom therefore blamed the valet and supposed he had disobeyed his instructions. Calling him befo...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 January 1900

THE HARRISONBOftd MILLING SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News# FHIDA r, JANUARY ■>, 1900. THE STATE. Interesting Events in Nefuhbor- iiiK Counties. John Harris, a colored child, was found frozen to death in bed Tnesdnj morninjf at its parents'home* in \\ inChester. Senator John ft . Daniel has accepted an invitat ion to respond to the tons" "The Daughters or rhe Confederacy" at a bouquet,'given in Winchesterliy Turner Ashby Camp, Jan. I!),in honor of Gen. 11 ■ K. Lee's birthday. The Virginia State Sunday-School Association, embracing all Protest ant denominations, will hold itf tenth annual convention in Koanokt Marffh 7, S and 9. Judge It. T. W. Duke, jir.. of Chatiottesville, is prcsfident. The 200 girls employed in the Allei & Glnter brunch of the American Tobacco Company, Richmond, when all-tobacco cigaretts nre made, vveni on a strike Monday. They were no' satisfied with the scale of wagn paid. Among; the apolicants who ...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 50. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (fathered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Readers. Price of wheat todny «."i cents. The lengthening of the days is lieginning to lie noticeable. Mr. J. E. A 1 taffyr returned yesterday afternoon from Stauntwn. Mr. W. H. Keister left yesterday afternoon for Washington to have his eyes examined. Cupt. Henry VV. Holt lias been elected by the Legislature Judge of the Augusta County Court at Staunton. Eii. Wallace has been confined to his tied for several days on account, of sickness at his residence on North Main street. Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Meting, of this city, went to Waynesboro, Pa., to attend the funeral of a friend. They will be absent only a short time. A new weekly paper, Republican In politics, has been started in Staunton, called the Old Dominion Hun. E. P. Stover and M. Hogshead are the publishers. If tba ice on the streets during the recent cold snap could have been utilized, there w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 January 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) DY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. lintered In tho Postolllco ai Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 SATURDAY, JANUARY ft. 1000. SHENANDOAH CITV. The ftenewni of Prosperity in that Town. SHENANDOAH CITY, .lan. 5. Shenandoah has ji splendid public hcliool under the control of five able teachers—Messrs. Lincoln and Brown and Misses Bruce, Gentry and Stevens. Mr. J. «T. Lincoln is the principal, and his efforts are ably seconded by the faculty of tbeschool. The enrollment is 250, and the percent of attendance is large. The school building is a line brick structure, roomy and comfortable, and the interest in the school here has been so a wakened within recent years that the building; is now well filled with pupils and ere longthecry of mora room will be heard. When built it was deemed to be large enough for many years to come, but all can forsee now that, under the awakened interest in the subject of education, there will soon be necessity for an e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 January 1900

The Evening News, SATURDAY. JANUARY C, 1000. WANTED A SCHEDULE. •The Old Gentleman Did Xot Kick on Cnnrtshlp, lint Demanded n flniet Corner, The Cincinnati Enquirer says that when the rich but crotchety old man. Humphey, assembled his flve daughters in a room the other day, he pounded the table, swung- his arms frantically and roured out this kind of a campaign speech: "You're about as sleepy and frowsy, an aggregation us ever threw domestic regularity oil the trolley by coming down late to breakfast. Just, take ' 1 ' -ll LAYING DOWN THE LAW. a look at each other and keep right on. giggling. You would disappoln* my judgment if you didn't giggle. •'l'm here to call a halt! Understand? I'm not running a matrimonial bureau. This is no summer resort. I'm not going to enlarge this house, cut it up into smaller rooms or build a new one. You've got to size up to that, ladies. I'm going to keep right on living - here, and have nome of the comforts oi' home. "When I tiptoed in lr.st night th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 January 1900

THE HARRISOrftBUttC MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONBUMERB AT WHOLESALE PRICEB. The Evening News* SATURDAY, JANUARY G. I'JW. From Dayton. Dayton, Jan. (!. Mrs. ,\. \V. Bertram, Keezletown. is visiting her father,.!. W. Galtber. Mr. Jas. SV. Price, of Oovincton. Va., spent the holidays with relatives here. Miss Mamie Branuer, ofßroadway, spent a few days this week with the Misses Cootes. Parties and .socials were plentiful this week. Mr. .Ino. Lownian and sisters entertained a large number of their friends at their home on Monday evening. Mrs. H. Kenny gave a social at her homo on High street on last. Monday evening. All who were present report a pleasant time. On the same night a surprise party was held at the home of Miss Mamie Gaither ou Main street Mr. C. H. Gaither, who has been spending a few days with his parents here, returned to Baltimore, Md., ou yesterday morning where he has been employed for some time past. Mr. G. G. Fnrr, formerly of Dayton, now of Clifton For...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 51. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. MatlicreU far the Information anil RenofH of Oar Evening Readers. Price of wheat today li"> cents. Mr. Win. Kuliss arrived Saturday afternoon on the IJ. it- O. Miss l.ena Holler returned home Saturday on (tie 2.1(1 train. Mr. W. Marion arrived yesterday afternoon on the Southern. (len. John K. Roller left yesterday afternoon on the Southern. Miss Carter Warren lias returned from a visit to ltridgewatcr. Mix. Kelley, of Pleasant Vallev. spent Sunday hero with Mrs. Mattle KI bier. Miss Daisy Funk, daughter of Mr. John S. Funk, of Sinaers Olen, was In town Saturday. The box-ball game which was announced Saturday will be tonight instead of tomorrow night. Fight carloads of hogs, sheep, and cattle passed through here Saturday evening on the way to Xorthern markets. Or. \V. T. I-ineweaver will leave tomorrow for New Hope, and jvIII therefore be absent from his oflicetlll Thursday evening. Mr. Greenl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 January 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (F.XCF.rT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the l'ostoftlce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 MONDAY, JANUARYS, WOO. A GREAT BUSINESS YEAR. The language wlilcli can fitly be applied to the Immense expansion in the business of the Tinted Stales in 18!)!) sounds something like hyperbole, [than to deal in superlatives. J tec or (Is in all fields of trade have been broken so frequently and so conspicuously in the past twelve months that a bare recital of the facts is u succession of wonders. The financial triumphs of the year which ended recently are more striking than even those which were achieved in 1ST!) and ISSO, just after the resumption of gold payments had ended the seventeen years of Inconvertible currency, and wiped out the last trace <if tin* panic of 1873. While the domestic and foreign trade of the United States in the past twelves months went to a much higher mark than was ever touched before, the business failures...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 January 1900

The Evening News. MONDAY, J AMI ARTS, I9IMJ. HAD ALL HE WANTED. TnrUUii Gladiator Ate Half n Dozen Tootliiilcks and Then Declined a Fnrtlier fii|ii)ly. The Chicago Daily Xews says- Iliat (here is a certain Turkish gentleman now in that city not unconnected with Ihe profession of wrestling concerning whom many curious stories are told Khowing that although he may have come to these shores fully equipped in all that pertains to gladiatorial work there were many little details of civilized life that he had .vet to learn. The Turk at home is not exactly a barbarian, § "ME WANT NO MORE." but lie is able to jog' through life without tin; aid of numerous articles which ii more fastidious community considers indispensable. Especially does this apply to matters connected with cat innand drinking. The first dinner that the Turkish wrestler sat down to in this country was a rather formidable nffnir. His sporting hosts wanted to do him all possible honor and paid him great attention. He ate ami...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 January 1900

THE MARWISONBURC MILLJNC COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. MONDA Y, JAN CAR T S, 1900. THE STATE. Interesting Kvent* in ?»eiglii«orinir Counties. The joint committee of the lutiirc is engaged in the investigation uf the charges iaifl before th« General Assembly in regard to the mismanagement of the Confederate Soldiers Home near Richmond. It will be mime time before it is completed and a report made. Hon. Thos. S. Martin, U. S. Senator. ways he will support. Hon. < 'laude A. Swanson for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Virginia. * The democrats of the 7 tli Senatorial District have nominated Dr. A. Nash Johnston, of Rockbridge County, to succeed the late Senator McOorkei, who died after the present session of the General Assembly began. A lire in ltichmond, January stli, destroyod the Merchants »m! Planters' tobacco warehouse, with :?,r»(H> heads of tobacco, besides damaging ether surrounding,' property. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 52. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (fathered for the Information anil Heneflt of Our I'veiiliiir Rentiers. Price of wheat today r.;> cents. Mr. .Ins. R. I.upton went to Winchester on business this morning. Mr. J. i.. Avis has begun to put in a new front t® his store on Main street. Mr. A. I'. Fuukhouser left yesterday morning for m few da\s trip t<» Washington. MiSN Grace Ott, sister of Mrs. .1 <>! in W. Taliaferro, went to (ireenville Saturday for a few weeks' visit. Mr. .Ino, o. Morris, of Lvdia, Greene county, bus returned to school at I.acey Spring, after spendfng the holidays at home. Walker Harris, colored, was up before Mayer Swltzerthlsmornlng and fined $2.00 and costs, amounting in all to #l.OO. for using abusive lan. *u age. Tiie boxball game last night between teams No. 3 and 4. lirent Bowman and Allen Thompson, captains, resulted In a score of 41 to 37 In favor of the former. Fire! F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 January 1900

The Evening News, PCBIVISHF.D DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) 11V ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in tlio Postofflco at Harrisonburg as second-clasa matter. I TUESDAY, JANUARY I). 1900. NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS The holidays arc past and nil nr now getting well oyer the effects of the diversion* incident to such a. season; business J* dropping into its usual channels, labor of nil kinds is resuming its natural course, and one may say that 1900 lias been fully launched. It is usual at the beginning of the year to resolve to do various things tliut may be regarded as improvements,bothasto business and morals. This is all very well, but these resolutions seldom amount to much, for they are generally based upon calculations that are liable to frustrations. Let as all, therefore, determine to do all that wecan in the year before us to build up and improve surrounding conditions day by day, and, if the proper energy is used und all devote their attention to that which is beTor# them we shall find that much ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 January 1900

The Evening News. TUESDAI*, JANPAR Y9. 1900. BULLS FIGHT IN FIRE. Two Kreniled Animals Waited a Battie R»yal Until Burlril 1»y the Orhrla. .V bull light, with a fatal ending, was u. thrilling incident of the lire that destroyed the barn and stables of l.ennder .1. McCormick, at Lake Forest, 111., the other day. The charred t'aroasses of two bulls were found in tlie ruins. The animals had died in a death struggle. They were lighting , in the basement of the stable and stopped only when Ihe structure fell in on them. The bulls were two that Mr. McCormick had imported recently from Switzerland, and were of the variety known ok Broken Swiss. One was docile, hut the other was n savage beast. The animals were chained in the stalls in the basement of the barn when the Are was. discovered. Great efforts were made the workmen a bout the premises 1o save the two bulls. When unchained, however, both animals lowered their heads and bellowed till they could be heard above the roar of the tire. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 January 1900

TUB HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND PCED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. 1 THE GOODS You Ought to be Using Every Day. -?{fiiee Goods at Ltocu Prices !}s- - AS—— SHOES AND BOOTS OF ALL KINDS. Furniture, Garpefs, Hags and Everything Jieeded to flake Home Comfortable and Beautiful. HARNESS, SADDLES and PIECE WORK of all kinds. BUGGY ROBES, HORSE BLANKETS and a full lino of LEGGINS of all kinds. The very things needed for winter weather. And as I am going North the last of this month for new goods, 1 am compelled to make room before that time. So from now until I leave I will soil you any of the above mentioned good at greatly reduced prices. Come and see the bargains T have for you. Very truly. HERMAN WISE, The Great Price Cutter, - HARRISONBURG, VA. Phone No. Sign of the Alligator. E. W. SUUUVAN & CO.. Will deal fair with you. and if you will Watch Their Advertisements FROM WEEK TO WEEK It Will be to Your Personal Benefit has urrlnH B t!? re pretty well clear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 53. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. ttathemi for the Information and Hcneilt or Our Evening Header*. Price of wheat today (!.*> cents. Mr. David Dutrow is confined to ills room with a severe cold. Mr. Wni. Pence, of Timberville, was in town yesterdny on business. Me. Govern knocked Dixon out last night at Coney Island in eight rounds. A vacation term of the Circuit Court is expected to begin iter# on the With. Mrs. J. H.Craun.of near Mt.Crawford, is suffering considerably from nn attuck of "grip". Rev. J. A. Garrett will fill lilh pulpit on Sunday next at the Baptist Church in Mt. Crawford. Mrs. IS. G. Patterson, accompanied by one of her daughters, returned home Tuesday afternoon. Mr. W. L. Dechert went to Haitimore tills morning on business. He expects to return on Friday night. Mr. Chas. Switzer returned Tuesday afternoon from Woodstock, where he has been engaged in business. Mr. J.lt. Cover, of Klkton, is in town today to ut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 January 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at. Harrisonburg second-class matter. 1 WEHXESDAY, JANUARY 10,1000. The Brooklyn Eagle is greatly pleased wlch sculptured groups on the new court buildings in that city, and Hays they ore linor than any decorative statuary in New York City. The mural paintings inside are of the same quality. Taking these struc- tures, the Boston Public Library and .the Congressional Library, for a text, the Eagle expresses the opinion that "Before half a eontury has passed our public public buildings will vie with those of any civilization the world has ever seen." American architects are developing beauty, eve» in the skyscrapers. Wo shall see within three years how far they can surpass former efforts in the World's Fair temples of utility and art at St. Louis. Thin country is estimated to have 21,458,20+ children of school age, of whom 70 per cent are in the common school*. In 1870 the school attendanc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 January 1900

The Evening News, WEDXESDA Y, JANUARY 10, 1000. ONE EXAMINATION FOR ALL. OoUegei ITnlto ill Establishing' hii Entrance Examination Bonril— Advnn(uice» «{ (lit-Plan. Steps toward the organization o£ a joint college admission examination board have been taken at a conference held at Columbia university, New York city, between representatives from colleges of the middle states nnd Maryland. The institutions represented at the conference were Barnard college, Bryn Mawr, Columbia, Cornell university, Tvew York university, Princeton university, Huttgers college, Union college, tho University of Pennsylvania, A'assar college, and the Woman's college of Baltimore. President Low, of Columbia university, presided. It was voted unanimously to establish a college entrance examination board. This board will consist of a representative from every college in the middle states and Maryland having- a freshman class ol' 50 or more students that is willing to adopt the plan. The secondary schools will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 January 1900

THE HARRIBONBURC MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. 1 HATE THE GOODS You Ought to be Using Every Day. —?} jMiee Goods at Ltouu Prices! }£- —SI'CM AS SHOES AND BOOTS OF ALL KINDS. Furaittipe, Carpets, Hugs and Everything Needed to Make Home Comfortable and Beaatifal. HARNESS, SADDLES and PIECE WORK of all kinds. BUGGY BOBES, HORSE BLANKETS and a lull lino of LEGGTNS of all kinds. The very thing's needed for winter weather. And as I am going' North the last of this month for new goods, 1 am compelled to make room before that time. So from now until I lea ve I will sell you any of the above mentioned good at greatly reduced prices. Come and see the bargains I have for vou. Very truly HERMAN WISE, The Great Price Cutter, - HARRISONBURG, VA. Phono No. f>s. Sign of the Alligator. E. W. SULLLIVAN & CO., Will don I fair with yon. and if yon will Watch Their Advertisements FROM WEEK TO WEEK It Will be to Your Personal Benefit. lias ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 54. TOWN OF ELKTON. ITS I'I.KASA.VI AM) II KAI.III Y WRROUNMNUS. A Sketch of lis tinrly History, IN Present, mill the Outlook for lite Future. ICi.kton, .lan. ill, IJKJO. On account of the splendid lithia water Klkton has long enjoyed exceptional advantages as a summer health resort, but it is not alone on this account that it has come into prominence. This one fact of Its spendid lithia water is sufficient to give it desirability as a place of abode. Its water had an attraction for the aborigines, for it was the last part of Uockinghnin that fell into the hands of the pale faces. The Indians ■ov«d theShenandoah Hi verandthey know well the virtues of the lithia water of the locality, and though untutored and not able probably to make a chemical analysis of the virtues of these waters, yet what they lacked In this one respect they made up In the habit of observation. Those who are given to romance could weave here enchanting stories of the centuries that arc gone, fo...

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