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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 January 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROBT B. SMYTHE. JSntersd In the PostofUco at Harrisonburg a» second-class matter. 1 TTJKSDAI', JANUARY23,I9OO. THE LATE JOHN BUSKIN. Of John Ruskin, who died in London Saturday, it is said thnt he believed himself a critic, but he was far more a poet. If his conception of art und philosophy was misleading, ns some who did not agree with him contended, he at least had unusual gifts as ns writer —and he was a most prolilic one. Modern civilization did not attract him with what he conceived to be its injustice and hypocrisy. In his way he was boHi "preacher and teacher," and he illustrated the doctrine of unselfishness by practice. He gave away a large fortune, retaining only $l,BOO a year, "on which," ho said, "a bachelor ought to live, or, if he could not, deserved speedily to die." In an address which he received from the Ruskin Societies of Great Britain on February 8,1899, when lie celebrated his eightieth birthday, this sentim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 January 1900

The Evening News. TUESDA T, JANUARY 2S, 1800. TOWN OF KIMBERLEY » Origin of the Diamond City Described by Hon. John Studdy. i . Cecil Rhode* from the First Worked Hard and Spent Little—Wilderness Reeaiue a Mnnlclpalltr In a Single Day. Hesid'ing upon his rancli in southern California is a gentleman—Hon. John Studdy, late of Kimberley, South Africa, and an e_f-colonial minister of finance—who, from a personal knowledge of the subject, describes how the first diamond was discovered, which led ; to the building up of the beleaguered ,cily of Kimberley, and how Cecil Rhodes laid the foundation of his colossal wealth and power. "It. was in 1869," says Mr. Studdv, :"»hat I first met Herbert Khodes, Ilie pioneer of the Rhodes family fortune, at J)u Toitspan, where we joined in tlu* rush to old Bo Beers, and in which latter place we worked together upon very friendly (ernis. "In a short lime Herbert Uhodes was followed by Frank, now Col. Rhodes, when the two brothers entered into :i partner...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 January 1900

THE HARRISONBtfftC MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONBUMERB AT WHOLEBALE PRICES. When Foot-Sore end Weary, Come to Me and I Will Give You Best. Tell me your occupation, and I will show fyou the SHOE best tittod for you to wear. 11 makes all the difference in the world how you want to use a Shoe. Get Shoes adapted to your needs. And the only place to find them is at my large Depart ment Store, where you have the largest Stock of SHOES and BOOTS in the Valley to select from, in all the latest styles. I have an Asbester inner sole thai will keep out the cold and prevent rheumatism. Come to see me and T will show them to you. CARPETS d FURNITURE 1 am running out my large Stock of "Furniture, Carpets, Hugs. Oil Cloths and Linoleums, to make room for my New Spring Stock for which i leave this week for northern markets to buy. 1 am also offering special inducements in HARNESS* SADDLES, TRUNKS, LEATHEB, BtfGGY ROBES, HORSE BLAPfKETS AND LEGGINS. They must go to make room, so don't m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 65. ROLL OF HONOR. SCHOLARS WHO HAVE THE BEST BATING. A Large Number this Month Who Receive the Distinction. The following is the Honor Roll of the Harrisonburg Graded and High School for tlie month ending January lf>. 1000: H i(*i! Scnooi.. W. H. Keister teacher.—Brownie Xeff, Florence Bitter, Annie Seym ore Miller, Laura Dec her t, Dan. O'Donnell. Carlton I'ayne, .lohn Paul. Hioh Scnooi., 1". 0. l'ayne teacher. —No pupils reported. Seventh Grade, 11. s. Hooke teacher. Charlie Paul, Seymour Paul, Robert Driver, Eva Bowman, Mary Snyder, Mabel Dwyer. Sixtii Grade, Miss Alice Funkhouser teacher.—Xo pupils reported. Fifth Grade. Miss X. W. Gordon teacher. —Dellle Lucas, Mitchell Xeff, Conrad Logan, James Driver, Melvln Ketzel, Dora Miller, Edna Noll, Alice Keetel, Lucie Whltesel, W'intie Whlteset, Fannie Dechert, Georgia Butler. Haitle Wilton. Hattie Wilton should have been on the Roll last month, by mlßtake her uatne was omitted. Fourth Grade.—Miss Belle Wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 January 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BT BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Enterad In the Postofflee at Harrisonburg ax second-class matter. 1 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24. 1900. VIRGINIA COAL. That Virginia produces the best steaming coal in the world lias been long asserted and the opinion is confirmed by the daily arrival of vessels at Newport News and Norfolk to get Pocahouss coal, especially for long voyages. Many of the Atlantic lines now invariably take their coal at these points, and some of the Atlantic Steamship Companies have even had stores of rocahontascoal transported across the ocean, so that they may have it for use both ways —to and from Europe. The following telegram from Norfolk confirms what is above stated: "The British steamship Tropla, Captain Crosker.v, is here for coal preparatory to sailing for Melbourne, Australia, via St. Michaels and t'uo Cape of Good Hope. The Tropla carries a general cargo, in eluding much tobacco. She will take on 1,400 tons of coal here. Asked ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 January 1900

The Evening News* WfiDtXESDA Y, J A A'f 'A 111' 24, Unit). ■fs » ■ ' ; Continued firun yestrnifcv. ing.from. 18 to SO Zulus. To this request I readily agreed, and while in the pit piekedi out a small diamond from the sidewalk and handed it to Aim—his first stone in South Africa. "It was not long after Cecil Rhodes came upon the scene," Mr. Sluddy continues. "that I foresaw that, sooner or later, there was jfoSnp io be a. split in the camji. „ ' "In this prognosticatioij I was eventually proved to be right,.for Herbert, first, of all, sold out his inmost to Cecil,' and then Frank did the same; when Cecil, who would hardly spend enough on his food and clothes 1o keep body and soul decently together, began, with the aid' of his savings, to engineer those plans which have raised him to be one of the two foremost men in South Africa." ! _____ One on Him. "Blast that lamp!" roared Mr. lYgel, who was heating some water for shaving purposes. "It reminds me of you at tlie theater," said Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 January 1900

• , l' - • • ' V;'/ '• THE HARRIBONBURP IMILLIfIC COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FBBD TO OONBUMERB AT WHOLESALE PRICKS. When Foot-Sore end Weary, Come to Me and I Will Give You Rest. > _________________ Tell me your occupation, and I will show 'you the SHOE besl fitted for you to wear. It makes all the difference in the world how you want to use a Shoe. Get Shoos adapted to your needs. And the only place to find them is at my large Depart ment Store, where you have the largest Stock of SHOES and BOOTS in the Va-lley to select from, in all the latest styles. 1 have an Asbester inner sole that will keep out the cold and prevent rheumatism. Come to see me and I will show them to you. CARPETS & FURNITURE I am running out my large Stock of Furniture, Carpets, llugs. Oil Cloths and Linoleums, to make room for my New Spring Stock for which 1 leave this week for northern markets to buy. T am also offering special inducements in HARNESS, SADDLES, TRUNKS, LEATHER, BIJGGY ROBES,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 January 1900

Volume '3, £Tumber 06. MENONITES COMING A LARGE emigration to THIS VALLEY. Advance Auenis I'l'oia Canada are now in Rockingham Count v. The Kvr.MMi N'i:ws has authority for Saying tlint "there is destined to lie 11 heavy emigration from Canada to Virginia this yenr. The advance couriers aro already in this county, find it is quite useless to say that they nrc charmed by what they have seen since here. They come bearing letters of introduction from reliable people in their own country to some of our most substantial citizens. These people are tired of living in the frigid northland and want homes where there is sunshtne and salu- brity, where the cold rarely touches' zero, and where they will not be obliged to remain in-doors for six months in the year and see no landscape except thatcovered with snow, and a glare of ice covering every stream. These people have at last heard of this great American Eden, known as the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, and when these messengers shall retur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 January 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BOB'T B. SMYTHt, Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg ns second-class matter. 1 ■, THURSDAY, JANUARY2S,I9OO. "The Southern states especially," says the Atlanta Constitution, "ore Interested in the speedy construction of the Nicaragua Canal, bccauseby it the trade of the world could he controlled in our ports." No doubt the South will be greatly heneiited by the great ocean highway, but there is no, corner of the earth that will not derive some advantage from ita completion. It was early In 1840 that the first daguerreotype wus taken in this country, the man who faced the camera on that occasion isstillalive. Dr. Charles E. West, of Brooklyn, • now over 90, was the subject, and he retains the faded plate. He has been a teacher sixty-two years, and continues to add to Ills record of 10,000 pupils. _____________ Cuba's Secretary of Agriculture, a native of the Island, is taking, steps to protect the forests of the public domain. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 January 1900

7BURSDA7, JANUARY 22,1909. MOlfltEY A WITNESS. B> Cwvtctt tlw Kan Who Bad Murdered Hi* Master. A Tkrlllui Criminal Case That WUI Be Remembered to* Many Tears lloag the Mississippi—How Jocko TestllH, How Jocko the monkey became Jocko the and convicted the murderers of his master is a story that will be remembered for many :i year ulong the Mississippi. One of Ihe victims of Jiisinarlicula.U denunciation, says the New York World, is now waiting for the gallows.The other has already begun to serve a term of life.imprisonment. Jocko has avenged the showman he loved. In the history of criminal trials there is, no stranger story. .Toelco was the most important member of a little floating menagerie belonging to a curious nomad named Aekerman, who navigated au old house boat along the .Mississippi, where settlements are scanty and small. This Ackermau \\a* a uiuii of luurk on Ihe river bank he rover lie was known. To the people there lie and.his show represented all that in town ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 January 1900

When Foot-Sore end Weary, Come to Me and I Will Give You Best. Tell mo your occupation, awl I will show f you the SHOE best fitted for you to wear. It makes all the difference in the world bow you want to use a Shoe. Get Shoes adapted to your needs. And the only place to find them is at my largo Depart inent Store l , where you have Hie largest Stock of SHOES and ROOTS in the Valley to select from, in all the latest styles. I have iin Asbester inner sole tha i will keep out the cold and prevent rheumatism. Come to see me and T will show them to you. CARPETS & FURNITURE lam running out my large Stock of Furniture. Carpets, llugs. Oil Cloths and Linoleums, to make room for mv New Spring Stock for which I leave Iliis week for northern markets to buy. 1 am al«o offering special inducements in HARNESS, SADDLES. TRUNKS, leather, biJggy robes, HORSE BLANKETS AND LEGGINS. 1 hey rnusi go to make room, so don't miss this rare opportunity to secure bargains. Don't forget to ask for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 67. THE CAPITAL TRIP. A RUSH ON THE BALLOT BOX. Humored that One Thousand Votes Are Being Collected for a Young Lady. Another rush on Ihe ballot box was made yesterday. Ge >rge Hawse received 11 votes, which places him at the head of the list today. A new contestant front Dayton, .Miss Klfle Campbell, with 15 votes, in announced. Hani Woodson is also a new candidate, with 70 to Ids credit. There is a rumor in circulation that 1,000 votes nre being collected for a certain young lad.v in Prof. Keister's high school. The I£v*:.nixq News doesn't know who it is, but does know that it would require a good many friends and' systematic efforts to collect that many votes. However, wo would not advise any one to hold their breath until these votes have appeared. (ieorge Hawse 105 Miss Y r ada W'hitsel 101 Miss Mary Eshman 78 Sam Woodson 7(5 Robert Stnples 75 Miss Alma Wise 03 Miss Bessie Byrd, Dayton 01 Holler Gentry, Elkton 01 Miss Nellie Ka.vlor, Pleasant Valley ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 January 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHES DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'TB. BMYTHE. Entered la the Postofflco at Harrisonburg a? Becond-clasa matter 1 FRIDA Y, JAN CAR Y 23. 1900. FRANCIS W. CUSHMAN. Kcwapaper Correspondent* Have Aire n<l y United in Calling Him tlir Ilnmorlit of Connreia. A new s-tar lias appeared in tins house. He shone out suddenly and ■brilliantly the other afternoon in the midst of a dull debate on the currency bill. He may proven fixed star of the first magnitude or a comet shooting with brief brilliance athwart the leaden skies of monotonous tallc. Who may say? Dropping metaphor, whether mixed" or straight, it is, a fact, worthy of other than congressional «iotice that Francis W. t'ushman, of FRANCIS W- XUSHMAN. (Congressman at Large from the State of Washington.) Washington, made tlie first kit of the season by n. new member. Cushman is only. 32 years old, yet lie has lived in four states. Born and educated in lowa, he was a. cowboy at. 10 in Wyoming, a lawyer ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 January 1900

**. -i)-. 1 ? The Evening News. FRIDAY, JANUARY2O, 1900. I RHYTHMIC RAYS. A Reaeatmenl. There once was a time when this weary old earth Seemed to move without friction or Jar, When men didn't ask what a minute was worth A» they scrambled-To get on a car. The birds used to sing from the hlgh-beni-lng bough, As tho stago would roll forward and back, But all that salutes the swift traveler now 13 "cllekety, clichety, clack!" You must Jog on your Journey with never a smile From some good-natured chap by the way. Thoso chance conversations aro all out ot styleMachinery might run away. And wherever you go some bell lustily rings As a car leaps along on its track. And your life seems a jumble of cogwheels and springs, Going ".cllekety, cllekety, clack!" And when you would tell, in a mild, plalntivo rhyme. How courteslcs throve long ago, When people were generous, even with time, And tho .world was good-natured and L*DW, There comes n rmle rattle, a clash and a rllnk, While hands, with a de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 January 1900

When Foot-Sore anil Weary, Come to Me and. I Will Give Yon Best* Tell me your occupation, and I will show you the SHOE best fitted for you to wear. It makes all the difference in the world how you want to use a, Shoe. Get Shoes adapted to your needs' And tho only place to find them is at my large Depart ment Store, where you have the largest Stock of SHOES and BOOTS in the Valley to select from, in all the latest styles. 1 have an Asbester inner sole that will keep out the cold and prevent rheumatism. Come to see me and I will show them to you. CARPETS & FURNITURE 1 am running out my large Stock of Furniture. Carpets, Rugs. Oil Cloths and Linoleums, to make room for my New Spring .Stock for which I leave this week for northern markets to buy. lam also offering special inducements in HARNESS, SAD" DLES, TRUNKS, LEATHER, BUGGY ROBES, HORSE BLAJNKETS AND LEGGINS. They must go to make room, so don't miss this rare opportunity to secure bargains. Don't forget to ask for Capit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 08. THE CAPITAL TRIP. WE ARK COMING, MB. I*RESIDENT. Will Return President MeKlnley's Call Made Last •lime. Another big vote is secured today. Miss Nellie Kaylor, «>f Pleasant Valley, received 'l;"i, Sam Woodson, 21, Miss Bessie B.vril. of Dayton, 17, Lalril Conrad, 9, Miller .larmnn, of Kilt ton, 7. Mil Hit* Snmn, 7. Emma Moore, 0, and a large number scattering. In mentioning those 1,000 votes jesterday the Evening News does not want to anticipate any one's chances, but we ratherdoubt whether any one person could collect thnt many by this time. No one would lie more surprised than the Evening News to s*e that many coupons come In for one person. It seems that this list in growing right along with the expanding of t'.ieEvening News. Expansion seems to be catching. Robert Staples 10S George Hawse 10(5 Miss Nellie Kaylor, Pleasant Valley 105 Miss Vada Whltsel 102 Sam Woodson 07 Miss Mary Eshmun 80 Miss Bessie Byrd, Dayton 78 Holler Gentry, Elkton 04 Miss Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 January 1900

■ The Evening News. PUBLISHED.DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. BMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as spo-onri-niRRa matter 1 SATVRDA Y, JANUAR Y 27. 1900. AS THE LAW STANDS Breaking and entering- a dwelling 1 house for the purpose of serving a writ of replevin, after admittance has been demanded and refused, is held in Eelley vs. Schuyler (It. I.), 44 L. R. A. 436, to constitute the olHcer a trespasser. Publication pending trial of an action, of an article concerning the cause, which is calculated to prejudice, the Jury and prevent a fair trial, is held, in Telegram Newspaper compajiy vs. Com. (Mass.), 44 L. It. A. 159, to constitute a contempt for which a corporation may be criminally liable. A passenger on whom a drunken man is thrown by being jostled with the conductor in removing another drunken man from the car rightfully and without negligence, is held, in Spade vs. Lynn & B. R. E. (Mass.), 43 L. It. A. S:iZ, to have no right of notion against the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 January 1900

The Evening Newsu- SATURDAY, JANUARY 87,1900. HOT LIKE OTHER PEOPLE. Cairo, Egypt, has a citizen who m ■aid to weigh 670 pounds. J. Frank Skinner, the tallest man in Georgia, is seven feet two inches in height. Surgeons say that J. C. Orr, of Fort Worth, Tex., has a set of teeth in his lungs. Mrs. Alice Mahon, of Queenstown, is the oldest woman in Ireland. Her age is 106 years. Tobias Barley, of Snow Hill, Md., was buried in a grave lie had dug for himself 30 years ago. Mrs. Mary Sturm, who died in Maryville. Mo., recently, had lived to see 836 of her. descendants. The Portland (Me.) Advertiser has the largest "devil" in the world. He weighs 400 pounds. "Uncle" Mace Jackson, of Moberly, Mo., claims to be 127 years of age, although he looks to be about 70. At Caldwell, Tex., lives Christian Pohel, who dwells In the same house with his CO children mid grandchildren. Mrs. William Swartwood, of Mountain Top, Pa., is only 44 years of age, but she has lind 25 children, of whom only two ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 January 1900

When Foot-Sore end Weary, Come to Me and I Will Qive Yon Best. Tell me your occupation, and I will show you the SHOE best fitted i'or you to wear. 11 makes all the difference in the world how you want to use a Shoe. Get Shoes adapted to your needs. And the only place to find them is at my large Depart inent Store, where vou have the largest Stock of SHOES and BOOTS in the Valley to select from, in all the latest styles. 1 have an Asbester inner sole that will keep out the told and prevent rheumatism. Come 10 soo me and I will show them to you. CARPETS & FURNITURE J am running out my large Stock of Furniture, Carpets, Rugs. Oil Cloths and Linoleums, to make room for my New Spring Stock for which I leave this week for northern markets to buy. lam also offering special inducements in HARNESS, SAD" DLES, TRUNKS, LEATHER, ROBES, HORSE BLANKETS AND LEOGINS. They must go to make room, so don't miss this rare opportunity to secure bargains. Don't forget to ask for Capital Trip C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 29 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 69. THE CAPITAL TRIP. OVER TWO HUNDRED HAL- LOTS TO-DAY. Tiiis Interesting Contest Helps Tliose Who Encourage Onr Dally l'aper. There is uodiininiilion In the interest or number of votes received in the Capital trip contest. Miss Alma Wise leads today, having received 57 votes, n'ld Miss Annie Miller 37, Miss Rejsle Byrd 3'), Albert Loewetibach 23 and Roller Gentry 10, which puts quite a different face on the returns this morning. All our patrons and advertisers report a great demand for the coupons, which shows Hint advertising In the Evening News does pay, and that our readers notice the business men who patronize a daily paper. As often mentioned before, if the people of Harrisonburg and RockIngham County will do their part toward the support and encouragement of a daily paper, t'.ie Evening News will do Un share, anil the way to help along is to encourage those who give substantial Hipport in the way of advertising patronage. Miss Alma Wise 120 Mian Bessie Byrd,...

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