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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 29 January 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY 808 ! B. SHTTHE. Entered la th 9 Postofflce Sit Harrisonburg as second-class matter 1 MONDAY, JANUARY29.I9OO. SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED. Tfie Confederate Soldiers' Homo scandal before the Legislature is one that should receive tho most patient and careful Investigation of the General Assembly. How or why there ' should lie abuses to he reformed in such' an institution is one of those things that ran not be explained upon any hypothesis except the cupioity and depravity of human nature. In this case there should be a thorough investigation, for every man, woman and child in the Commonwealth is interested in this matter. These old soldiers are our wards; they are from all parts of the State, they should be made as comfortable In their declining days as chn possibly be afforded. In a few years more and the last one will be gone, and "taps" will be sounded for them no more on earth. Worn out and enfeebled in ths service of the State it ...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 29 January 1900

- _ The Evening News. MONDAY; JANUARY 20,1900. STREET CAR TRAGEDY. For a Time Things I.ooked Bine for the Conductor, Bal the Atmosphere Cleared Soon. "Fare!" for tlie fourth time demanded tho conductor of a Chicago owl car of a passenger on the front platform soon after the conveyanco' tad left the western end of the line for Its third trip downtown the other morning-. The lover of fresh air did not respond and the collector of nickcls grew angry. ITe seized the I ONLY A WOODEN MAN AFTER ALL. ■disrespectful man by tlie shoulder and shook him so roughly tlmt two buttons on his coat flew off. The conductor was about to push him from the platform, when something flew up and hit the company's representative a blow between the eyes. At this display of force the driver joined in and knocked Ihe stranger down with the brake. The conductor was only momentarily dazed, but the passenger lay still and not the faintest heart beat could be observed. The face of the prostrate man was closely scru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 29 January 1900

SPECIAL! SALtEI In order to make room for my largo stock of new goods, I am compelled to close out some of my goods. So, FOR THE NEXT WEEK 1 will sell my entire stock of HUGS, of all sizes, in Moquets, Smyrnas, Brussels, Ingrain and Jute, regardless of cost. Also my beautiful -line of Phinchille Table Covers in all sizes. i Remember, r om_^FOR S One Weeß. So come quick, before the prettiest are sold. IWf l?Ai)A>ni Mu s!laiia which ' 8 flllpcl with big bar S ains in 1)0111 J/OlgGl flj LdlgC MIDI MOlt-, Boots, Shoes and Uubbers, and my Mammoth Furniture Department, with all the latest style Furniture and Carpets of all kinds. HARNESS AND SADDLES —I can please one and all in Harness, Saddles, Horse Blankets and Buggy Robes. Come to see me before you buy. T will save you money. Respectfully, HERMAN WISE, The Great Price Cutter, - HARRISONBURG, VA. * Phono No. 5;". Sign of tbe Alligntor. SULLIVAN'S MEAT MARKET. Country Hams, Harvey's Hams, Westphalia llams, Country Sausage. Vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 70. LATEST WAR NEWS BELIEF THAT LADYBMITH WILL SURRENDER. Crushing Defeat of lite Brillsli Sow Acknowledged in Loudon London, Jan., 29.—The war office denies the report that I.adysnilth line surrendered, and announces that n very heavy list of casualties will be issued to-night. New Yoke, Jan., L9.~A special cablegram from London to the Evening World says: ."It is learned from a rellablesonice Ihnt Field Marshnl Lord Roberts has advised 1 lie abandonment of Ladysmith. At the war office, the dispatch adds, no confirmation could be obtained of the advice said to have been given by Lord Roberts." London, Jan. 29.—Tlje usual airy attempts to minimize the seriousness of the Mtunticiu in South Africa are entirely lucking this afternoon, and It Is frankly acknowledged that the most serious effort of the present war lias dismally failed. There is no sign of n wish on the part of the leaders of public opinion to disguise the ugly facts, but, on the contrary, there is every d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 January 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) - BY BOB'T B. BMYTHB. Entered la the Postofllce at Harrisonburg a.* fwnonrt rlaßs matter 1 TUESDAY, .JANUARYSO. HMO. ). A SOUTH SEA TRAGEDY. [Hawaiian Is Eaten by Cannibals and Hla Widow Harries One of tbc Alan-Kater*. .Readers of Robert Louis fitevenson's South Sea tales will nee a flavor of liis •tories in this tragic news Item from that region. A month ago the French steamer Jeanette arrived at Sydney, Australia, and reported that Amaru, a Hawaiian, through his love ° n d marriage to a native woman of the island of Aob, in the ■ cph TIED TO THE STAKE. New Hebrides, met u most tragic cannibal death. Amaru, who was in the employof I he .French immigration bureau at .Noumea, in the New Hebrides, on passing Aoba island on the second dfay of llie voyage of the Jeanette to one of the outlying islands, conceived the idea of 'making a visit to his wife's tribe. Accordingly the couple wye put in a small boot, and it was only after a few w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 January 1900

TCBSOAi'.j.t \TAHr>. leoe. THREE LOVE STOBIES They Are All Intensely Tragic and Each Has a Moral. Ocraldlae Was Too Sure of Archie, *nd Thus (he Lost II lm—Mux well's Bad Break Bow MnrJorle — Broke Her Ilenrt. The Chicago Dally Nvws has just collected some sad tales of love. The first is of Archie and Oeraldine. Archie mounted the steps and rang the bell with all the assurance of a young man owning a half interest in a dime museum. A moment later he was in the parlor and holding out his hand in greeting to Oeraldine. She had been thinking things over that day and had decided to test hi 3 leve by arousing bis jealousy. As she shook his proffered hand she archly said: "Archie, my mother insists that I marry—marry —" "Well, she insists?" queried the young man. "She insists that I marry the duke of Bradford." "And throw me over?" "She insists. Yon know 1 love you, but—" "So the old girl insists, does she? All right. Perfectly correct and the duke of Bradford is a tip-topper. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 January 1900

' 1 —ri tzzrzi. r ..r ry., .7 , ..,r , ,yy SPECIALt SflliEl In order to make room for my large stock of new goods, I am compelled to close out some of my goods. Ho, FOR THE NEXT WEEK I will sell my entirp stock ot RUGS, of all sizes, in Moquets, Smyrnas, Brja&sels. Ingrain and Jute, regardless of cost. Also my beautiful line of Chinchille Table Covers in all sizes. Remember, ' o!^l^for s ® ne Week. 80 come quick, before the prettiest are sold. Don't Forget Ij Large Sloe Store, Mammoth Furniture Department, with all the Intest style Furniture and Carpets of all kinds. HARNESS AND SADDLES—I can please one and all in Harness, Saddles, Horse Blankets and Buggy Robes. Come to see me before you buy. T will save you money. A Respectfully, HERMAN WISE, The Great Price Cutter, - HARRISONBURG, VA. Phono No. 55. Sign of the Alligator. SULLIVAN'S MEAT MARKET. Country ilarns, Harvey's Hams, Westphalia Hams, Country Sausage. Vienna Sausage, Bologna Sausage, Breakfast Baron, Side Meat ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 31 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 71. CAN T FILL ORDERS THE HARBISON BURG MILL- INO COMPANY. An Evidence of (he Fine Quality of Flour Manufactured at Harrisonburg. As an evidence of the success of manufacturing Industries when established In this plnce one hns but to go to the mills of the Harrisonburg Milling Company. This is an enter- prise of first-rate importance in this community, and its output of one hundred and seventy-live barrels of ✓ Hour per day is inadequate to meet the demands upon it for Its excellent productions. For a lone period this mill has been run both day and night, and fires under its boilers never go out, but are only banked for its necessary Sunday stoppage*. The manager of this milling company, Mr. S. !?. McFall, has had an experience of fully twenty-five years, and ost a miller is not surpassed by any one within our knowledge. As a Judge of both wheat and Hour he stands at the top. Mr. John G. Yancey, another member of the linn, had, before engaging in tiie milling bnainc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 31 January 1900

The Evening News. PUULISUKD DAILY iKXcKKI' SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. BMYTHE. BDtei.u Id «tie Ft su>tticf m Hnn u.RMoml "tas- mutter 1 WKDXEShA Y JANUARY3I li>oo HER MISTAKE. /"VUTTK comfortable now?" asked y Crawford, of the JSews, as he threw a rug across Vandeleur's feet. "Perfectly, thanksl" The two men occupied a sheltered nook on the cliffs at Hastings, close to the Palace hotel, and Crawford, after arranging Vandeleur's rug, threw himself Into a grass chair and lit bis pipe. Vandeleur closed his eyes restfully. He looked pale and thin, and his left arm rested in a sling. After a few pjiffs Crawford burst out: "By Jove I isn't this glorious? What, a difference there is between It and Omdurman!" "Rather! All the same, 1 liked it. I liked the rush nod whirl; ay, even the killing and the chance of being killed;" adding cynically, "I suppose 1 am ungrateful, but sometimes I wish that Arab sword had caught me a few inches lower down." "Oh! stop that. What ails you, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 31 January 1900

The Ewni* f&ws. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, IVOO. Continued from second page. "Yea, lam very well, thank yon. Bat —but Mr. Crawford told me you had by so meana recovered yet." Vandeleur mentally anathematized Crawford a* be said, with a bad lmlth* tion of a laugh: "Pshawl Crawford is an awfully good fellow; but, you know, he occasionally constructs a mountain out of a molehill." Pointing to the seat which Crawford had vacated a few minutes previously, he continued: i "Won't you pleaae alt down, Mlsb Sinclair? I long to have a chat with an old friend." His own desire now was to keep her, and an unnatural elevation pervaded him as he hailed with almost hysterical delight the prospect of showing this woman how utterly indifferent he was to her. She hesitated a moment, then quietly sat down. * "But surely, Mr. Vandeleur," she said, "your wound cannot be of so trivial a nature as you would have one believe? You were reported killed at iirst; all the papers said so. and I—everyonel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 31 January 1900

. rr. . ,r:v rr.■r.'r~-*==: SPECIRII SflLiEI In order to make room for my large stock of new goods, I am compelled to close out some of my goods. So, FOR THE NEXT WEEK I will sell my entire stock of RUGS, of all sizes, in Moquets, Smyrnas, Brussels, Ingrain and Jute, regardless of cost. Also my beautiful line of Chinchille Table Covers in all sizes. Remember, t on s ly a for s One Week. So come quick, before the prettiest are sold. Don't Forget My Large Shoe Store, Mammoth Furniture Department, with all the latest style Furniture and Carpets of all kinds. HARNESS AND SADDLES —I can please one and all in Harness, Saddles, Horse Blankets and Buggy Robes. Come to see me before you buy. I will savn you money. Respectfully, HERMAN WISE, The Great Price Cutter, - HARRISONBURG, VA. Phono No. 55. Sign of the Alligator. SULLIVAN'S MEAT MARKET. Country Hams. Harvey's Hams, Westphalia Hams, Country Sausage. Vienna Sausage, Balogna Sausage, Breakfasl Bacon, Side Meat and Jowel. l) jf) Such as C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 1 February 1900

Volume 2, Number 72. WILL TRY AGAIN. TO RELIEVE THE LADY- SMITH GARRISON. General Buller Says Another Effort will be Made -Re* newe<l Hope in Liontlou. Cape Tovvw, Jan. 30.—Gen. Buller still holds the Tugeia drifts and will possibly renew his attempt to force his way through the B«er defenses before long. In any case, Ladysmith Is capable of holding out for a considerable time. Kimberley heliogruplied to (he Modder river Friday, January 20, that ull the British subjects In the Barkley West district had been ordered by the Boers to take up nrms for the republic under a penalty of £37 or three months nt iiard labor. About 800 inen arc affected by this order. London, .lan. id.—-A special dispatch from (.ape Town says 150 American scouts, who arrived there as muleteers, have onUstcd in Ihe British forces. Gen. Buller telegraphs Iroiu Spearman's camp under today's date that Col. Thorneycroft was the officer who ordered the retirement from Spion Kop. Gen. Buller adds: "It Is du...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 1 February 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) ny ROB T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Pbstoltlce ui Harrisonburg an seconri riHH- mattw 1 THURSO \ Y FEBRUARY I IMM). BURGLARS TWO LAST autumn, toward the end of the "Long," Horgreaves and 1 went down to Lyncaster-on-Sea to do some Wading. The season was over, and we found 'ourselves almost the only visitors in the place—quite the only ones. In fact, at the Park hotel. Consequently we had a icholce of "rooms, and It was purely accident al that we chose the corner sittingroom on the "second floor front," overlooking the grounds of the hotel and alao the People's park. The western wail of the hotel gardens formed the eastern boundary of the park, and our room was at right angles; to the wall. Immediately beneath it, on the park side, waa a row of garden •eats. One night Hargreaves and I wcro luxuriating In a lounge after dinner. The room was In darkness and we were quiet for once—enjoying a smoke and half dozing. Presently I was roused b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 1 February 1900

The Evening News* THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1,1000. Continued from second page. •boot « quarter of a mile in length. Thin we followed, sneaking along, and finally Into the thick shrubbery juat where the drive swept round in front Of the hall. We seemed to have been there for hours, during which my only comfort lay in clutching the blackthorn cudgel •nd a pocket pistol, to which Hargreaves carried a pair, when suddenly Hargreaves gripped my arm. I listened. Footsteps were coming stealthily toward ua. Nearer and nearer they- drew—nearer and nearer. I crouched down behind the shrubs and peered out. Ah-lial There they were—the ruffians! Thank goodness, only two of them. They sneaked along on the narrow strip of grass bordering the gravel drive, passed and disappeared into the darkness. A few minutes elapsed. Then a lantern's red bull's-eye gleamed out close to the ground. Two figures reared a ladder against the house wall. One of the men mounted and disappeared. I could hear Hargreaves'breath ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 1 February 1900

SPECIfIIi SflbE I In order to make room for my large stock of new goods, 1 am compelled to close out some of my goods. So, FOR THE NEXT WEEK I will sell my entire stock of RUGS, of all sizes, in Moquets, Smyrnas, Brussels. Ingrain and Jute, regardless of cost. Alho my ,beautiful line Of thinchille Ttible Covers in all sizes. Remember, for s One Week. So come quick, before the prettiest are sold. Don't Forget !j Large Shot Store, Mammoth Furniture Department, with all the lntest style Furniture and Carpets of all kinds. HARNESS AND SADDLES.-I can please one and all in Harness, Saddles, Horse Blankets and Buggy Robes. Come to see me before you buy. t will save you money. Respectfully, HERMAN WISE, The Great Price Cutter, - HARRISONBURG, VA. Phono No. ri,". of tlie Alligator. SULLIVAN'S MEAT MARKET. Country Hams, Harvey's I lams, Westphalia Hams, Country Sausage, Vienna Sausage, Balogna Sausage, Breakfast Bacon, Side Meat and Jowel. n<nnn\T T-U'Q Such as Cabbage. Celery, Kal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 February 1900

Volume 2, Number 73. THE CAPITAL TRIP. A LETTER PROM SECRE- TARY PORTER. Will Assist the evening News in Securing an Audience With President McKinley. A few days ago ttie Evkni.no Nkws wrote to Mr. Porter, the private secretory to President McKl'nley, asking iiia assistance In ween ring ft personal audience with the President for the ten .vt.niiK people who will take the trip to Washington. The following letter is considered very encouraging, and unless something unforseen occurs it Is very probable that a personal call on the President will be made, in addition to the other advantages that will lie enjoyed by this little party of excursionists. Ex locC'r iv k M a nsion , Washington, January 31. IWiO. Mr. It. It. HMYTHIC. The Evening Nkws. Harrisonburg, Yn My Dear Sin: Acknowledging the the receipt of your letter of the 29th instant, I best leave to say that the pressure of important public business upon the President's time is so great, that it is not always found possible to recei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 February 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BT ROB T B. BMYTHE. BdMcmi in me pusiofflce m liarrlnunbum fc' secon.l etns- m It t 1 FRU'A Y, FEHRUAR Y 2 luQC, WHIG J 'WILL YOU BE . Ten years from now there will be some rich men In thin community who ore poor now. Ten years frutu now there will be some poor men in this commuuity who nre pool* now And these poor men will tell bow they might just as well have been rich If they hart only hart faith in the future of the city and grasped the opportunities that lay so numerously about. Which w ill you be? General Butler's address probably read. "Therewill lie 110 turning back after we start for Cape Town." 1> In supposed that the press censor cutoff that portion of tho senteuce beginning with the word ■*' after." A recently copyrighted song is entitled "Marching through Pretoria." From present appearances the Brit lab public will have ample time t<• learn to slug it before the time ar rt • lor uwinir it. "Noietie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 February 1900

' The Evening News. FRIUA r. FEBRUARY 2,1900. mo POTT OP AFRICA. H Boer leader Who Occuplea an b. lilted Poattlon in tbe Tran.vnnl, The town of Lourenco Harquea for •ome time past has been chosen as the head center of the Transvaal secret service. The spies and informers of that notorious gang, says the Cape Times, come and go with all the liberty, swagger and self-assurance, as if they were in the suburbs of Pretoria. Delagoa bay is a so-called neutral port, with a daily train and postal service direct to Pretoria and Johannesburg. There is also a telegraph service, which apparently is at the command of Mr. Pott, the Transvaal consul general and consul for the Netherlands and Free State. It has been said that the Transvaal consul general has a secret service wire dir'ectly connecting Loivrenco Marques ■with Komati Poort, and it is well Known in Delagoa Bay that Mr. Pott \» possessed of the most reliablo information of Boer "successes" many hours earlier than any man in Africa. This...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 February 1900

SPECIAII SflliE I In order to make room for my large stock of new goods, I am compelled to close out some of my goods. So, FOR THE NEXT WEEK I will sell my entire stock of RUGS, of all sizes, in Moqnets, Smyrnas, Brussels. Ingrain and Jute, l'egardless of cost. Also my beautiful line of Chinchille Table Covers in all sizes. Remember, ~ r SlfiSf for 3 One Week. So come quick, before the prettiest are sold. Don't Forget, ly Large Shoe Store, Mammoth Furniture Department, with all the latest style Furniture and Carpets of all kinds. HARNESS AND SADDLES—I can please one and all in Harness, Saddles, Horse Blankets and Buggy Robes. Come to see me before you buy. I will save you money. Respectfully, HERMAN WISE, The Great Price Cutter, - HARRISONBURG, VA. Phone No.fio. Sign of the Alligator. SULLIVAN'S MEAT MARKET. Country Hams, Harvey's Hams, Westphalia Haras, Country Sausage, Vienna Sausage, Balogna Sausage, Breakfast Bacon, Side Meat and Jowel. PftimiVr l) pji Pj) T]>Cl Sueli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 February 1900

Volume 2, Number 74. THE CAPITAL TRIP. A BIG VOTE RECORDED TO-DAY. Hecrelary Porter's Letter Must Hare Stimulated tlie Voters to Send in Their Ballots. The publication of the letter yesterday from Hon. J. A. Porter, private secretary to President McKinley, luid a tendency to bring out a Rood many votes today. An mentioned yesterday, it is not positively known whether or not a personal call 011 the President will b# made, but it Is very probable that It will be. Any how this trip is going to be one of thebestand happiest that ever went down the Valley. Miss Sallie Haura received 27 votes today, tsaac Gassman 25, Laird Conrad 21, Sain Woodson 13, Robert Staples 13 Albert Klingenstien 12, Louis Corriell !). Miss Mary Funk* houser 8, nnd Emma Moore 8, with a large number scattering. Robert Staples 140 Miss llesslo llyrd, Duytou 138 George Hawse 137 Miss .Nellie Ku.vlor, Pleasant Valley 130 Sam Woodson 120 Miss Alma Wise 120 Miss Variu Whitsel.... 103 [toiler Gentry, Elkton 101 Miss Mary...

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