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   Harrisonburg Daily News (Newspaper) - February 17, 1903, Harrisonburg, Virginia                                mm Th e Daily Vol. 8, No. 72. ews. Tlownnt.A A HARBIBONBURG, VA., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1903. 9(tt mmnmmt, fl�iiHii9, eoM warn Price 1 0�nt IILLER'S BAR6AIR STORBS. Main Street and PnbUe Bqnan. Banknipt Stock Sfliliof at 80 cants on the Dollar and Less-Oreat Shoe Selling at onr Stores this Week. iCQ cents.   liMdios' hoftvy, RoamleM Shoen, worth |l.26, siaon, 4 wcA 5. cents.    Ladioa' Tan Shoea, in lace, worth 11.60, SO pain left. centH. Boj's and Olrl'a heavy "~ dreis Shoes, worth $1.96. oouts.   Children's bntton or laoe "^Shoes, Btzes, 8 to 12, worth 88o. Qft cents.   Ladies' fine Shoes, laoe tips, some worth |1.60, Qfi cents.   Men's fine dreaa Shoes. lace or congress, worth $1.36. qq Boy'B Shoos, (Klimax Brand), the best in the world for the money. $t 7^ cents. Ladies' and M�a't ^�"^(Kliniflx Brand) Shoes, solid leather, every p�ir a wearer, fI.S6. CI cents. Men's fine dress Vi'liO gj,^^g (Klimax Brand). 2T cents. Oaliooes. We Jast � received 6,000 yards of ex-Q tra quality, dark oalioo. " what yon have been looking for, 6c. grade, as before, only 2j'fl' cents. ABKL MlLLEtt. Ownkh I'hone Connection. Real Estate Transfers. Feb. 13.-George Byrd to Sosao F. Long, 4 acres and 96 poles of land, more or less, adjoining J. R. Landes and others, |186. .Tohn W. BqbIi aad wife to Ida E. Rhodes and other heirs of James Bash, deceased, all of an undivided interest in real and p�r8onal estate of James Bnsh, deceased, |36. Feb. 13.-Cora V. Dovel and husband to J. B. Dandore, east half of lot No. G, section 4, of Brook Land Company, |636. John M. Good to Mrs. Fannie E. Moore and children, a honse and lot containing five acres, more or less, adjoining Mrs.W.F. Beny and others, fi.m F�!>. 14.--Ed. O. Martz. special commissioner, to A. J. Morris, 14 acres, 2 roods and 19 poles of land near MontiTideo, f266. Brook Land Company to William O. Reilly, lots Nos. 16 and 16, section 1, of Brook Land Company, |400. The Bridgewater Mannfaotnring Company, a corporation, to Joseph L. Maiden and Emma V. Weaver, a iionae and lot containing one acre and thirteen poles, in or near McOaheysTlUe, $450. New Hopn Honor Roll. Following ii the honor roll for New Hope school for month ending February 18th: FoQTth Grade.-Mamie Rhiuehart, Tracey Ragan, Virgil West. Third Grade.-Artie Haaler, Wll-mer Ragan. Ernest Alder. Second Grade.-Mamie Laing, Mae Haaler, Cornelia West^- Worthy Rhinehart. Requirements:     Perfect    attendance, perfect deportment and an average of 90 on all studies.  BESSIE M. MESSERELY, Teacher. Bee our list of books and judge for yourself.    If yon   enjoy - reading, can you afford to be without a membership in FLETCHER'S ' CIRCULATING LIBBARf? We cun keep your linen clean Keep Glean. E Clotbea liiundrled one day and returned the next, and the best work guaranteed. TROY STEAI LADNDRT, \ Eaat Market Street. |0*N  Branch Ofticea In town. Pretty Women, Fine Jewelry, A pretty woman does not require much jewelry, but fine jewelry will give any woman a touch of refine* ment. You won't have to go without jewelry if you visit our store. We can snow you how little money it takes to buy the best, D. 0. D�VI6B, J�weler, FROI BRIDGEWATER The DeAth of C. J. Mftnning a Shock to the Oommviiity. PROP.   HOLBIHOIR'B   RETURN. Ktub IncowF�Aieae� Over th� Diir contianaBca of the SariT C. W. Train. Btid�ewat�r, Feb. 14-The oitiaena of this place were greatly shocked this morning when the announcement of the sudden death of Mr. C. J. Manning was sent out. In the afternoon of last Monday he waa taken suddenly ill at his store on Main street, and for a short time it waa thought that the attack would prove fatal, but after being taken to bis residence on High Btreet,he rallied to such an extent aa to enoonrage hit many friends iu the belief that he wonid soon be oat and among them agatn. He did. indeed, seem to be on the road to regaining his former health up to the time of retiring on Friday night, during which he slept until about 4 o'clC�k this morning, when he bc-oame restless, and at a few minutes after 6 became nnoonsoions, and continued in that condition to the time of his death, which ooonrred at 7 30. Mr. Manning ^aa bom in Charles Town, W. Va., sixty-six years ago last Juno. He waa a soldier in the Southern army and his remtniscenoet of those stirring times were very interesting. He waa a man of fine intellect, and a good conversationalist, and by these endowments and the uniform kindness of his disposition be gathered many true friends around himj who were deaply grieved when they heard of his death. He was � zealous and valued member of the Methodist Church, and also a member of the Maaonio fraternity and in both organiaatlona will be keenly missed. Mr. Manning waa married twice, his first wife was a Miss Minnie Cowan and a sister of Mrs. Robert Eastham, of near Keealetown, and Mrs. Eugene West, of Harrisonburg. Bis second wife was MisB Minnie Williams, of this plaoe, to whom he was married about twelve years ago and who snr-vives him. He also, leavee two sons, Charles O., and O. Upshire Manning, of Fort Defiance, Arizona, both children by the first marriage; and one brother, J. Frank Manning, who lives on the old home place at Charles Town. His remains will be taken to his native town for burial on Tuesday next. The body will be shipped on the day before over the Chesapeake Western Railroad via of Elkton, and will leave here on the 4 p. m. train. All the people of this vicinity sincerely mourn with those who weep and will long remember Mr; Manning for his noble traits of character and his charitable consideration of hia neighbor and friend. A delegation of his brother Masons will accompany the remains to Charles Town and perform the bnrial rites of that order. His pastor, Rev. J. O. Hawks, will oondnot the fnneril services at the residence at a :80 on Monday afternoon. Mr. Stuart F. Lindsay, who has been a guest of his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lindsey, for several days, will leave on Wednesday morning for his home in Bristol, Va. Mr. Lindsey haamany friends in this section who are always glad to gVeet him when on his brief visit to his old home. The presiding elder. Rev. David Bnsh, of Staunton, oondnoted the quarterly meeting here today and will preach tomorrow at 11 a. m., after which the sacrament will be served. The bnsinese part of the meeting was very satisfaetory. But few accessions have been made to the ohuroh in this plaoe thus far during the conference year. Prof. Q. B. Holsinger, who has been teaching m'nsio in ihe far west for several SBonths, arrlTed at his home in this plaoe this morning. His sojourn in that part of the oouatry waa both a social and flnan-ofa) saooess. MlsB KUa Fisbbaok. one of Bridge, water's lovely yonjiigJ�dies, took the 4 o'olook train this aftrenoon for Har risottbnrg, where she will be a goeal of her sister, Mias Loey Fisbbaok. and Mrs. tfeserole, tor eevernltefs. People living along the Obeaapsake and Western Railroad between ISarri- Continued 04 fyuftb pftge. LITERART SOCIETT. Tba Teaehan aad PnpUs WUl Oale-brata Waakiifftoa'a Birthday. LinviUe, Feb. Iff.-Wo are sorry to say that the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rhinehart is no better at this writing. A crowd of yoang folks attended the literary society at Oreenmonnt Friday night. The program, which consisted of orations, recitations, debatee and the reading of the society paper, waa well rendered O. C. Ooliday, of Hnpp, spent Thursday night and Friday with ifriends in town. Mr. Qoliday was formerly a student of Elon College, North Carolina. Mrs. William Hosaflook spent Friday and Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. Vernon Ringree, of Cowans Station. Mise Virginia Life, of Tenth Legion, Is visiting friends and relatives in town. Mr. Ghailea Bush, of Edom, is building a bam on his place here. Miss Carrie Bowman, who has been living with her annt, Mrs. Amelia Bertram, of Keezletown, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Bowman. Mias Edna Simmers left Sunday evening for Edom, where she lias accepted a position as clerk iu the store of Mr. John Myers. The teaohars and pupils of oar school are preparing an interesting program for the oelebratloa of Oeorge Washington's birthday. A flag drill by the young ladies will be one of the principal features of the evening. T.   A.   Rhinehart  is  building a large baloksmith shop on his place..' It is reported that Mr. Al Clatchie. of Baltimore, will  be engaged as �mithy. Wm Not Nonioata Viek. Washington, Feb. 16.-President Roosevelt baa decided that he will not appoint 8. H. Viok, colored, as postmaster at Wilson. N. O. This ease has attracted widespread attention. Vioks wanted to be nominated for another term, and made a stent fight againal the reooamendation of Senator Prltohard that a white man be made postmaster. Senator Pritch-ard recently withdrew the name of the first man presented by him and named another, a former State Senator from Wilson. This man will be named as postmaster in place of Vioks. Oarfleld for Head. Washingtra, Feb, 18.-James R. Garfield, son of the late President Oarfleld, will be named by Preident Roosevelt as chief of the bureau of corporations in the new Department of Commerce. Mr. Garfield is a member of the civil service commission.   He will accept. There are Others. Sew York, Feb itt.-Reports from Chicago, Dallas, Texas.; St. Paul, Memphis, and other points over the West and South show one of the worst blizzards of the winter to have been on yesterday. Trafllo is tied and there Is mnoh suffering. Uaele San Now. Washington, Feb. 16.-A new pro-tooal is about to be drawn up providing for the payment of the claims of the United States against Venezuela. These olatmsvwill oome first,'then France and Mexico in the order named. New Hamber of Cabinet. Washington, Feb. 16.-President Roosevelt today sent to the Senate ihe Bomtnatlon of Oeorge B. Oortel-yon, of New Vorfc, .for S^retary of Oommeroe and Labor. R�ur Admiral Dead. Philadelphia, Feb. 16.-Rear Admiral Uwls W. Robinson, U. S. N., retired, died at his home here today of typhoid pnenmonla. Ooaa to~Ohlo. Mr. and Mrs. Jamoa Wamjpler, of Parnasaos, Angntta Conuty, were among the vistors in. town yesterday. They will leave the latter part of this week for Tonngstown, Ohio, where they will reside for some time. Mrs. Waupler was formerly Miss Rose Ralston, of Stover, Aognsta Oonnty, and is a aleoe of Mrs, B. 0. Lineweaver, of this city, -- FOR SALE OR RENT.-House and lot one mile east of Broadway. Honse oontaias seven rooms with an excellent eellar. There are four aoias of land, ftne yqong orchard, good garden %nd all necessary ont bnildings. All in good oondition. For terms &o., apply to Mia. Mary J. Glenn, firoadwar. Va. A FORIER CITIZEN DEAD. A. W. Beery, Pomerljr a Resident of . Timberville, Dies in Oalifornia. Timberville, Fob. 16.-Mr. John W. Oriflt ties at his homo hero vorjr poorly with pneumonia. His son, Mr. Wm. Grist, of Montogmory, Ala., who was snnimouod by telegraph arrived yesterday. The largest sale that tins taken plaice in this sootiou for yoars occurred at the homo of the late David Bowman, about two and one half miles northwest of here, beginning on the 'ith instant, and contiMuing threo days. Some old stylo dishes, furniture, etc, wore seld and in some   instances   at   fancy   prices. Tlio old grandfattior clock was purchased by Mr. Dollmnn Bowman, of New Market, son of David Bowman, for 1104. Pewter plates were knocked down at ft a piece. It was one of the old time, big sales, and was largely attended. Bidding was spirited. 'The proceeds of tho sale amoanted to about 18,000. A. W. Beery, a former well known resident of tiiis county, died at South PasMena, Oallforuin, on Snndny, February 8th, aged nearly sovonty-foni; years. He is Burvlvod by two sisters, Lidia Satltorti and Oatlieiiue Beery, botit of wttom reside near Harrisonburg. Mr. Beery loft hero prior to tho civil war and located in Illinois, afterwards removing to California.   Ho is well remeraberod by many people in this section. -------.......-�-� Bethlehem Notes. Bothloliom, Feb. 16. -Little Erva Klendrio, wiio Ims been vory muoti indiBpOHed, wo are glad to report is about well again. Miss Anna Grady lias been on tho sick list. Mrs. Geo. Hall is qoito ill at tliis writing. There will be a social singing here Sunday night to wliici) all are cordially invited. Mr, Leon Logan who has been a great sufferer, from rheumatism, we are glad to report is much improved. Bev. J. I. Hall, a former paster of thi;,'place, is doing excellent work in his new field, at St. James churoh, Md. He reports 6i9 accessions to tlie church up to this date. Mr. Samuel Landes, who has been indisposed for some time, is better. Clark Trobaugh and Miss Nannie Landes, who have fever, are better. Emanuel Ralston, visited his brother, Newton Ralston, in Augusta county last week. ---- Nine Dmnks in Jail. Bed liquor of the pine top variety is always ia demand on a wet, cold court day and was mncli in evidence yoBterday, as waa attested by nine "drunks and disorderlies," looked up iu jail over night. The fan began early and lasted tlironghont the day, although the police, with their aoonstomed charity, tried to avoid making arrests wherever it was possible. Yesterday was policeman Crider's first court day on duty. Like his brother officer, Citief Aruientrout, he proved most eflVoienl la quieting tlireatened disorders and preserving tho peace. However, when boister-ouB characters persisted in disorder he proved himself quite capable of locking them up. Among those who will have to acconot in Police Court this morning for their misbehavior are several old offenders, some from the country and some from the towu, wlio iiavo been tiiore many a time before. "Due dollar and costs" has but little terror lot them. They pay It, ptoud of it, and are soon back again. ---�-- "Uncle Hez" Much Enjoved. Despite the snow and cold titero was a fair sized audience at Assembly Ball last nigiit to see Frank Adams and his all-round company iu the big mix-up of fan and specialty-work they call "Uncle Hez." The siiow follows famitar lines, but somehow people uevor seem to tire of the country character and his many npa and downs. I'rank Adams was, of course, a large part of the performance, but there were "others," who made good music, did good dancing and lined ont hits whenever they had a olianoe at the bat. Tlie evening with ' 'Uucle Hez,'' taken all together wo* a very pleasant, one. .--- Beaaon for Bprayiog. First spraying should bo done iu early Maioh while the trees stand dormant, eapeoially tot Baa Jose or other pemiciooa scale. It should bo done with an Eclipse Spray pump. For sale by R. F. SWARTZ, Dale Enterprise. THE COUNTY COURT Judge Chalkley, of Staunton, Presided. JUDGE  ORATTAN   INDISPOSED. An Indictment Returned by the Orsndf Jury for Breaking Into a Chicken House. The conuty conrt convened at 10 a. ni. yoBtorday for the Fobmary term, with Judge Lyman 0. Ohalkley, of Staunton, presiding, In lion of Judge Grnttan, who Htill rcinninH qnite in- dlRpOHCd. A rognlnr grand jury was oinpau-nelod, compoBod of D. B. Showalter, M. A. Allobangh, John S. Fnuk, E. X. Miller, Ooorgo W. Hodrick, George H. Harrison, 0. L. Hodrick, P. S. Trobaugh aud A. B. Huffman. After receiving its charge tho jury retired to its room, where a unm-bor of witnoBHOH wore examined. It submitted a partial report at ( p. m. and was then adjourned over until 10 o'clock tliis morning. Tlie only indictment rotnruod Was against Perry H. Shaver aud .Tano Bible, for folon-iouHly breaking aud entering the chicken lionHo of Isaac Barton on Jaunary 6tii, and stealing therefrom a number of fowls, tho property of Mary Etta Barton. The aoouBod are both iu jail, whore tlioy have boon confined since a day or two after tJio commission of the alleged oifenso. Isaac Hilbert qualified as guardian for Robert C. Campbell, infant son of Robert Campbell, deceased, wltli De Witt Campbell as surety. C. L. Andrew qualified as guardian for Mary Lilly Turner, infant daughter of D. H. Turner, deceased, giving bond for |1,600, with the American Surety Company, of Now York, as surety. Robert O. Nizer waa appointed and qualified as guardian for Lizzie Willis, infant daughter of Agnes Willis, with Adolphus Nizer as his surety. D. E. Hoover qualified as administrator of tlie estate of Luther Hoover, deceased, giving bond, with Emanuel Hoover surety. The lost will and testament of S. G. Driver, deceased, was admitted to probate aud ordered recorded, Mrs. Lnla McCartney Driver qualifying as executrix under said will, with bond of >1,000. Tho property to pass under tho will is estimated not to exceed tho sum of 13,000. Highland May Secede. Highland had a representative in the Constitutional Convention,- and Highland had representatives in tlie Legislature, but Highland has failed to be represeutod in either. As a result we are placed in a delegate district with Augusta, wo are in a senatorial district with Bock-bridge and we are in a Judiciary district with Bototont. And now to complete the statement, it only remains for us to be placed iu a congressional district with Rockingham. Then perchance, a friendly arm of the Alleghany may encircle us and remove ns from our various and snddry places in tho "Dear Old Oom-mouwealth," and transplant us in ttte happy, go-easy, hills of West Virginia, wliere it may be we will be permitted to affiliate with our nearest neighbors.-HigiiVand Recorder, How is This? A gentleman from the country came to the News offioe yesterday to advertise for a pocket book containing over one hundred dollars, whioii he had left at home, but thought he had lost. While iu tl>e ofiloe a member of his family palled for him over the 'phone to toll him the pocket book was safe. Wliy do yon suppose they expected to find him at the News office ? A little girl of HarriBonl>urg lost part of a necklace on Sunday. It was advertised for in yesterday's News aud returiiod to the owner an itour or two later.  Doesn't advertising pay ? ------.c^----------- At the Episcopal Church. Rev. Robert U, Brookiug, of Wiokcliife, Clarke county, who has been coudncting most interesting ser vies for tho past two days iu Em manuel Episcopal church, will preach tonight on the text, " My son, give me tlune l\��tt."-PtowU, as-a�. The topic for Weduesday night will be, "Thou hast the words of eternal life"-John, 6-68. The services begiu promptly at I'. 30. BDSmSSS IS DULL. Many Items of latarast Oatbtrad at the Little Towb. Broadway, Feb I�l,-Bocanee of thn Htrlct quarantine around Broadway, hnsinoss haa been very dnll daring thn past week, onr streets preeent-ing t[nito a contrast with the past few months. However, thn loss will be marie gowt after tlio oxoitemeni if over. Mr. F. W. Allen, of Barrisonbnrg, passed through here today en route for Fnlks Run, whore ho will superintend tho erection of the bark entrant works to bo built there. Thla indiiBtry will greatly benefit the people livliiK in tho Gap, who were compelled to haul all their bark to Broadway or some other shipping point, giving thom a market nearer home. Mr. Hly, Miss Hawk and Mise Ora-biil, of Toms Brook, are visiting Mr. Hawk, of this place. Mrs. Jiio. L. Winfield, who haa been vory ill with pneumonia, is Hlowly oonvalscing. Mrs. Jacob Liggett, of Harrisonburg, is with hor at this time. Mrs. .laoob Fravel is still in a critical condition, with no change for tho bettor. Tlio Fravel Sash and Door Company are erecting a largo addition to their plant in order to accommodate their rapidly increasing business. Mr. Frederick Oline has purohaaed a largo farm lu Fairfax County and ia moving his personal property to that place. In losing Mr. Kline this neighborhood loses a successful farmer, u good neighbor, and one of her most substantial citizens. Mr. Joseph McMullen has moved from tho honse near the pottery, known as the Ponce proprety, to the rosidenco of tho lata M. B. E. Kline, tho Fravel Sasii and Door Company having pnrcliosed the first named plaoe. The series of meetings at the Methodist Church have been deferred on account of existing circumstances. The pastor hopes to be able to hold them in a few woeks. There will be preaching at the Baptist Church next Sunday morning and night by the pastor, Rev. W. J. Hubbard. "The Second Coming of Christ." Sunday was tho greatest day at the Baptist Church since Rev. Elsom has been conducting a series of special services there. The momiug sermon, which was on the Holy Spirit, wan. in many respects, tlie greatest discourse tfie preacher has yet delivered here. Tho men's meeting was well attended, aud Mr. Elsom spoke with power. One man surrendered to Christ, and anotlier seemed very eam-est for his soul's salvation. At the night service there were two more men who made profosaions of faith. Yesterday's services were richly helpful, although, owing to the inclement weather, the audienoea were small. Tonight the preacher discusses the much-neglected theme, "The Second Coming of Christ,'' and hopes for a largo audience. Services also at 3 p. m. _^ On Monday, February 23, 1908. at 10 o'clock a. m. at the residence of John T. Miller, one mile south of Bridgewater, Va., I will sell for cash at public sale one Whitman Hay Press to satisfy an execution in my hands for collection, favor C. P. Bowman & Bro. vs. I. W. Click & Bra. G, K, BLACK, O. R. C. February �, 1903, You Are Invited to make the Rook- ingham National Bank your banking and business home when in Harrisonburg. Very Kespectfully, W. J. DINGLEDINE, Cashier.   

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