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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 January 1900

The Evening News* -f •*- - * - —•—•»— PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY: DY BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Ifc. r\ f I-J - -. .V i * Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg Bt'cond-class matter. 1 THURSDAY, JANUAttY 11. 1000. J I ■_ —r "*»> ** • . THX QUEEN'S HINDUSTANI. Victoria Him Mastered the Ulllicnlt After Many Yenr« of Study. It will lie handed down to posterity. says Pearson's Magazine, as one of the most astounding proofs of Queen Victoria's vast intellectual attainments that—in spite of all duties and respon- sibilities. in spite of the fact that she lias devoted so much lime to ilie study of polities as to become one of Ihe greatest, living authorities on the practical polities of Europe—she has yet so completely mastered a most difficult' language Ilint she has been able to make it a custom to note the daily events of her life in Hindustani, in a diary kept for this special purpose, and I<> speak the language with fluency. For more than ten years it has...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 January 1900

The Evening News. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11,1900. GEN. VICENTE PERAZA. He Will Represent the Troubled liepnblle of Venesneln aa Minuter at Warfitnßton. Tlie. bloody and long-drawn-out revolution in Venezuela, having 1 at last come to a close, the new government., presided over by Gen. Castro, has selected as its representative iu Washington. Oen. Vicente Perazn. den. Nicanor Bolet-Peraza, the wellknown Venezuelan litterateur and diplomat, was bom June 4. IS3B, in the city of Caracas, Venezuela. While yet a vonng- roan he took au active pari in UHN. VINCENTE PER.AZA. (Just Appointed Minister from Vumzuc-la 'to This Country.) till' political lights oi' his country and rose to tlif rank <iL' general. lie has achieved considerable reputation as an orator and is one of the foremost newspaper men in Venezuela. He lias always been affiliated with the liberal party and has been assistant secretary of the interior and attorney general. He was a congressman front .1870 to JS7B. In 1881)...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 January 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONBUMERS AT WHOLEBALE PRICES. 1 HAVE THE GOODS You Ought to be Using Every Day. Nice Goods at Ltouj Prices! }s- - AS SHOES AND BOOTS OF ALL KINDS. Furniture, Carpel's, Rags and Everything Heeded to Make Home Comfortable and Beaotifal. HARNESS, SADDLES and PIECE WORK of all kinds. BUGGY UOBES, HORSE BLANKETS and a full line of LEGGINS of all kinds. The very thing's needed for winter weather. And as J am going- North the last of this month for new goods, i am compelled to make room bofore that time. So from now until I leave I will sell you any of the above mentioned good at greatly reduced prices. Come and see the bargains I have for von. Very truly. HERMAN WISE, The Great Price Cutter, - HARRISONBURG, VA. Phono No. Sign of the Alligator. K. W. SULLLIVAN & CO., Watch Their Advertisements It Will be to Your Personal Benefit. ban nrrivril Jinnn »1 re U ; as " roUy cl "' u ' etl out during tliß Holidays, but more more ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 January 1900

Voume 2, Number 55. LATEST WAR NEWS THE BRITISH PUBLIC GET- TING RUSTLESS. Humors that General Methuen Was Insane When He Or- ricreil the Baltic. London, .Inn II. —ttven the announcement of the arrival r.f Field .Marshal Lord Hol>ertn and Gen. Lord Kitchener at Cape Town lias failed to Hteam the growing impatience of the country at tip prolonged inactivity in the main British camps and the en tire absence of ne\V|S giving an adequate insight to the local situation. The public nnd press being unable to form any just judgment as to the actual position of affair*, stories are rife that Inaction is enforced on (ien. Mailer owing to the exhaustion of the reserves of ammunition, and there are even wild rumors of a shell famine at home. Hut not much importance need be attached to these rumors. It is almost universally assumed that with the landing of Gens. Roberts and Kitchener a. prompt return will be made to the original plan of campaign, namely, a great central advance on Blo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 January 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHKD DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SUTTHE. JB«ter«d In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class mutter.l Fill DAY, JANUARY li, 1900. FATHER McGLYNN'S FUNERAL. The funeral Thursday of the Jlev. I>r. Edward McOlynn in St. Stephen's Church, of which he was formerly (he pastor, was the occasion of a manifestation of popular affection unci) as has rarely been witnessed. The cofliu containing- the remains of the beloved priest, was deposited at the altar rail of the church at a . in., and from that time until flic doors were closed at li'iM p. m. 40,(100 person, it is estimated, looked upon the face of the dead. l«'or four hours a compact stream of humanity poured into the church through the 28th street entrance. They moved in pairs up the middle aisle to the foot of the cofiin; there they parted, one person always going to the right, the other to the left, anil then, after gazing upon the face that had been loved by so many thousands, they pas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 January 1900

The Evening News. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1900. PROFESSIONAL PAWNERS. ttenvrally Women nnil Their* I* a \ 13a*}- Basilic** and Q.nlte-Profitable. "I have come across a new kind of :i (rude for yon," said a friend to tin: saunterer the other day. "At least, it is a now one on me. Did you ever hear ot (i professional pawner?" The saunterer had to confess his ignorance, says Ihe Philadelphia Inquirer. "Well, it's this way. There are lots of manufacturers of articles of jewelry, of watches, of musical instruments and other things which would never And a sale except 1o the veriest duffers and greenhorns, so they have to get rid of 1 hem some other way. 'Uncle' comes in very handy about this time, but. the diflieufty is to persuade him to take the goods. He knows them very well, and he isn't going to lend money on. stuff that he can never find a market for. "But. he stacks up against a very hard tiling- when he meets a professional pawner. These, people are generally women. Their business is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 January 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY BBLL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONBUMERB AT WHOLESALE PRICES. X HAVE THE GOODS You Ought to be Using Every Day. -£|f4iee Goods at Ltocu Prices I {s- - AS SHOES AND BOOTS OF ALL KINDS., Furniture, Carpers, Rags and Everything Needed to Make Home Comfortable and Beautiful. HARNESS, SADDLES and PIECE WORK of all kinds. BUGGY ROBES, HORSE BLANKETS and a lull line of LEGGINS 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 leave 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. Phone No.Sign of the Alligator. E. W. SULLLIVAN & CO., Will don I fair with you. and if you will Watch Their Advertisements FROM WEEK TO WEEK It Will be to Your Personal Benefit. - ITT J1 ■ ■ j KU tnw*The stock...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 56. LATEST WAR NEWS THI] tiIMTLSII LOSSES AT LADYSMITH. Nearly 400 Killed and Wounded In the Lnsc Battle at That Place. London, Jan. li!.—The war office tills morning received the following dispatch from Gen. Ruiler, dated Springfield, Thursday, January li, ut 9:20, evening: "I occupied this south hank of the Tugela river at I'otgieter'H Draft this morn lus anil seized Pont. The river is in flood. The enemy is strongly entrenched about four and a half miles to the north." The war office announces that the British casualties at Ladvsmith, January (5. among the rank and file, wers 135 killed and 242 wounded. Lady Methuen Ims issued an absolute contradiction of the rumors that Lord Methuen is ill or that he was Injured by the falling of his horse nt the battle of faagersfontein. Apart from the definite news that <ien. Buller lias commenced a second attempt to cross the Tugela river, the only official news this morning is the list of casualties among th« Brit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 January 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) HY BOB'T B. SMYTHE. v Kntered to tho Post office at, Harrisonburg ;is Kocond-class matter. 1 SATURDAY, JANUARY VI. 1000. ATtONUMENT FOB BOBERT E. LEE It in not conceivable tliat any man North, South, Hast, or West, throughout the tremendous length and breadth of the United States, would -frown uponoreven fail to sympathize with a movement to celebrate the mmory of Ilobert K. Lap. There was a man who contained within himself every element of a noble heroism. I'm-c-uiinded. generous, chlvalrlc, brave, and gentle, ho was yet the man of strenuous action, t lie soldier, the commander, and the war god. t, If he ever harbored a,mean thought or committed o mean act his most industrious critic has failed to mention it. If he was ever other than the gentleman, the Christian, and the Ideal soldier, the closest students of his record do not know it to this day. If he had a fault it was that of self-abnegation. If he hud a weakness it was that o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 January 1900

The Evening News, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, lm. A Confident Yonili. "So, sir," exclaimed the father, impressively, "you ■wish to marry my daughter?" "I do," answered the youth, resolutely. "Do you think j - ou can support her in. the luxury to which she has been accustomed?" "I do. When she makes her home with me she won't Have the gas turned down at 10:30 from the meter as a hint that it is time for company to go home, and she won't hXve any complaints about the amount of conl burned in order to heat the parlor for visitors. I kind of think, maybe, the dear girl will be pleased with the ehnnpre, in . lime."—Washington Star. Impenetrable. Mack O'ltell —A soldier was saved by a bullet striking something he had in an inside pocket. Guess what it was. Luke Warme.—His girl's picture or a pack of cards. Mack O'Kell—Neither! It was a paper contnining a New York murder mystery. Luke Warme—How could that stop a bullet? Mack O'llell—Why, nothing could penetrate it.—Chicago Daily News. V Fla«h of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 January 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. X HAVE THE GOODS You Ought to be Using Every Day. -£} J"liec Goods at Liocu Prices! {£- such AS SHOES AND BOOTS OF ALL KINDS. Furniture, Garpets, Rugs and Everything Needed to Make Home Gomfortable and Beautiful. HARNESS, SADDLES and PIECE WORK of all kinds. BUGGY ROBES, HORSE BLANKETS and a full line 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, I am compelled to make room bofore that time. So from now until I leave I will sell you any of the above mentioned good at greatly reduced prices. Come and see the bargains I have for you. Very truly, HERMAN WISE, The Great Price Cutter, - HARRISONBURG, VA. Phone No. 55. Sign of tlic Alligator. HBL,L<O, CENTRAL! Give me the heading Grocer. HELLO! IS THAT SULLIVAN'S STORE? What Are Your Specials For This Week? We Have Oysters, Celery, Sweet Potatoes, ORANGES, LE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 57. DAYTON S CHARTER HAS HE EN AMKNDEI) ISY TlfE LEGISL ATI■ RE. A Prnitressivd Town that will now Take on Added StillllllllS. The Legislature lias passed u liill to amend the charter of the town of Dayton, in Ihii* county. Not having seen the bill wo cannot say in wlint the amendment to the charter consists. Hnt Dayton linn no much improved and enlarged its boundaries within recent years as to make ne- cessary nil enlargement of corporate powers. Dayt (in has rapidly forged to the front und has become one of tke important trade points of Rockingham. The K vi:\i.\o Xi:\vh congraulates Dayton on tlie fact of its growth and its rising importance. It possesses a number of industries which have contributed to this good condition of affairs. It has a large and growing publishing house, and its establishment there yearn ago by Messrs. Huebush, Kieffer & Co., has been one of the chief factors in its growth. Then came the Shenandoali Institute, which lias grown ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 January 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. BMYTHE. Entered in the Postofllceat Harrisonburg second-class matter. I MONDAY, JAN I WRY 77.1000. A POSSIBLE MISTAKE. It is Minted with some degree of poyitiveness that a war between Russia iincl Japan is oneof the things inevitable, and that it gnins more credence day by day. There nre Home Rwssinn statesmen who doubtless believethat England's extremity is Russia's opportunity. England would be oil Japan's side in any war between that country and Russia on account of conflicting territorial claims in Asia, but at present England is occupied iuSouth Africa, though its navy lias its hands free. In a war between Russia and Japan, which would have to be waged in Japan's neighborhood, Russia would be at a considerable disadvantage, notwithstanding its preponderance in population and in its army and nnvv, but It would be better for Russia to force the light now, if it has to come some time, than to wait until the Boer war en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 January 1900

The Evening News* MOXDA Y, .JANUARY 1, 1.1900. PLAYFUL SLAP BREAKS NECK. llrooklrn Stan Who Did Not Liuk at Jobe Dies from Singular Injury. Edward Watson, 23 years old, who lived with his widowed, mother In Brooklyn, was the pther day slapped heartily on the back by Thomas Leary, a private in the Fifth Army corps. He died the same night of n broken neck. Watson, Leary and others composed ft merry party. One of deary's stories failed to elicit from Watson the laughter that came from others In the party, and Leary playfully slapped Watson on the back, with the admonition to wake up. "Wake up," agaiu cried Leary, andhe slapped Watson heavily on the back, between the shoulders. "Why, you don't know you're alive," he added, seizing Watson by the shoulders and suddenly twisting him around. Watson turned pale, groaned and'sank to the floor. "My neck is hurt," he said. Examination showed that the fourth cervical vertebrae bone had been forced out of place, probably splintered. Pressure. on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 January 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRIOBS. 1 HAVE THE GOODS You Ought to be Using Every Day. -?{Hiee Goods at Liouu Ptnees ! {s- - AS SHOES AND BOOTS OF ALL KINDS. Fopnitaee, Carpets, Hogs and Everything Heeded to flake Home Comfortable and Beautiful.HARNESS, SADDLES and PIECE WORK of all kinds. BCGGY ROBES. HORSE BLANKETS and a Ml line of LEGGINS of all kinds. The very things needed for winter weather. And as 1 am going- North the last of this month for new goods, I am compelled to make room before that time. So from now until 1 leave 1 will sell you any of the above mentioned good at greatly reduced prices. Come and see the bargains I have for von. Very truly. HERMAN WISE, The Great Price Cutter, - HARRISONBURG, VA. i'hotie No. r,5. Sign of the Alligator. H/J/./.0, CENTRAL! Give me the Leading Grocer. HELLO! IS THAT SULLIVAN'S STORE? What Are Your Specials For This WeekP We Have Oysters, Celery, Sweet Potatoes, OKANG-ES, LEMONS AND APPLE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 58. A MADSTONE HERE IT IS NOW OWNED BV MISS MAGGIE OTT. Keen in tiio Family lor Over 40 Years.—Offered lor Nale lor *l.OOO. It in a consolation to know that Harrisonburg bus a madstone. It Is. owned by Miss Moggie A. Ott. Very few people have been aware of thin fact, and this is the first time that it lias aver been publlcaily announced. Knowledge of this fact in now doubly appreciated because of the presence of hydrophobia in East Kockingiruu and the adjoining couaty of Page. Thlsstone has been in t lie possession of Miss Ott and her father before her for over forty years. It was originally given to Mr. Henry Ott in about the year 1555 by a friend who had used it in cases of hydrophobia In this section of the country. Tradition saysit was originally found in the stomach of a barren doe. Since the stone has come into the possesion of Miss Ott it lias not been used. Circumstances have now forced her to offer It for sale, and she plnees a price of fl,ooo'on it. The st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 January 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflco at Harrisonburg a* Kecond-class matter. 1 TUESDAY, JANUARY Hi. 1000. THE UNITED STATES VON. Italy has Joined the vest of the great nations in promising to maintaln the open door in China. Ah far un uu.v assurances can make tills effective, the rule of equality of privilege for all the nations in the commerce iu China i# now made permanent, This in a great triumph for the United States. What England failed to do when she tried it singlehanded a year ago, the United States has now accomplished. Hostile tariffs can never be erected against this country in the spheres of influence in China which any of the European nations may get. This fact will deprive these nations of all incentive for getting such spheres. The United States has many advantages over the whole world which will enable it to get a large part of the eommcrrce of the Orient eventually. In the past threo years this country's tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 January 1900

The Evening News, ! TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1.900. PIGEONS FOE ARMY. ( Officer Who Believes a Carrier Serv- ice Necessary. ■bow* til Keport to Secretary Hoot the Advantage of Rapid Communication Between Sections of nn Army Operating Toaretlier. It is possible a carrier pigeon service may be adopted for the army. A proposition. to this offcct has been made l>y officers, one of whom in a report to Secretary Hoot says: "The neeessify oC rapid and reliable transmission of information is reeognized everywhere, and no argument is needed'to demonstrate that those military forces which possess tlio most complete system of intercommunication are best able to operate in concert, and therefore possess a distinct advantage over their adversaries. It seems at present that the foremost military pbwers have adopted nniP practiced five distinct systems of intercommunication, none of which would give complete satisfaction in the iieUl under all conditions, if operated singly—namely: Couriers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 January 1900

THE HARRISONBUHd WIILLINC COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONBUMERB AT WHOLEBALE PRIOEB. V Watch this | | space tomori row, HERMAN WISE will have something to interest you. L_ *_ - 1 HBLLO, CENTRAL,! Give me the heading Grocer. HELLO! IS THAT SULLIVAN'S STORE? What Are Your Specials For This Week? We Have oystßrs, Celery, Sweet Potatoes, ORANGES, LEMON'S AND APPLES. Wo (liny the Luifst and lost Line rsSS® 5 You should take u look at our assortment of Bottled Goods, which includes the greatest variety and l>est quality. If you drink, you should trv our celebrated Nanklo No. 1 Tea. We are offering, at, lowest prices. Piire Pendleton Buckwheat and Pure Vermont Maple Syrup, j-ir WJien In noeed of Fine Family Supplies, step around to corner of German and West MarlcetrstiretH, take a. looi; at (lie np-to-dnle Grocers' stock and get our prices before buying elsewhere. ifood bye, Mr. Sullivan. I'll cive yon all my orders for groceries in the fntnre. CLOSING OUT SALE OF MILLINERY, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 59. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO tlathcre<l for the In formation mid Benefit of Our Evening Price of wheat today 05 cents. Mr. A. 1,. Cornell left Tuesday afterttoon for West S'a. Mr. Wm. Mewburii is confined to the house with sickness. Mr.Geo.l3.Sipe returned last night from a ten davs' trip North. Miss Pearl Ralston, of Augusta county, Is visiting Miss Mattlo Lineweaver. Miss L. 1). Mann advertises her entire stock of millinery at prreatly reduced prices. Mr. Claud Grove, of Luray, spent today and yesterday with Mr. A. R. Rosen hergcr. J. C. Staples & Co. are offering some valuable farms and mills for sale cheap. Call and examine their ' list. Mrs.ChariieChandler, uccompanlcd by her son, Charles, went to Staunton yeiterday afternoon ;4nd will return today. Mrs. .1. P. Swank, of Edom, Yd., is spending the week with her son's family, Mr. Ed; Swank, on West Market street. " When footsore arid weary " call on Herman Wise, nnd lie ...

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