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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) "bt ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Rnterad In the Po«tofllc» at Harrisonburg n» second-clan-* matter 1 FRIDAY, MARCH 2. lUOO. CURE FOR CANCER FOUND. Vhc X Kay I* lied Tilth Sucuc«« at . Ho.pltal nl Otkluad. Oallfornln. 'After Buffering 1 from cancer oi' the face for 83 yearn. Dr. J. M. Selfridgo, ihe founder of the Fabiola hospital, Dakland, Cal., has been almost completely cured by the X rays. Last Dctober Dr. Selfridge began experimenting with the X rays in conjunction with his son, Dr. C. M. Selfridge, ind Dr. N. H. Chamberlain. So f?uc•essful has been the trial that numbers jf other sufferers have taken the same remedy and have met with like astonishing relief. As far as (ho trial has gone, it seems hat a check has been discovered for 'he dread cancer scourge, fie. ridge was loci to begin the experiments by noting the powerful irritating effect of the X ray on healthy skin. He conceived the idea that the cathode ray might dry up and heal the ...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 March 1900

The Evening News. FRIDA Y. MARCH 2. 1900. CUBA'S OPPORTUNITY Plan to Bring i,ooo Teacher* to United States. Will Be Ulvca Six Wcelu' Coarse »t Harvard Summer School, with a Possible Trip Tkroafk the CouKtry, A cable dispatch from Charles WH« jam Elliott, president of Harvard university, to Alexis E. Frye, superintend" mt of schools of Cuba, will probably invo the effect of doing 1 more for tho Cuban's future than anything yet ac:omplished. Some weeks ago Mr. ?rye proposed a plan to Gov. Gen. iVood, which had been discussed at the Havana Harvard club, namely, endeav>ring to obtain permission for 1,000 ■üban tsachers to attend the Harvard iummer school for teachers. Mr. p'rye has received President Elliot's rcily offering- to provide, free of charge, 'or 1,000 Cubans during six weeks of the summer. Mr. Frye and Mr. Ernest Lee Conant notified Gen. Wood, who •ivas greatly pleased, as he believes that he advantage to be gained for all con•croed will be enormous and will have f...

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

THE HARRISONBURG IMILLINC COMPANY SILL CLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE RRIOES. This Space Reserved, for L. B. SMOOTZ, SPOTS aaOOD BUlliDlflG. HONEST GOODS. MODERATE PRICES. The Corner Grocery. Having just received a large additional shipment of Canned Goods, we are now prepared to supply your wants in this line. We offer the best brands of California canned goods— Peaches, Plums, Pears & Apricots. Our hand-packed Tomatoes, Maine Corn, Sifted Peas, French and American Soups, Deviled Crabs and Clam Chowder are the best. —-et-Old Homestead Asparagus, Filgbman's Grated Plne-Apple-K*— Try our Ilome-macle Mince Meat; Oat Meal, Pettyjohn, Germea, <backed-Wheat, Maecaronl. End Noodles and SpHKgctti always in stock. All seasonable Green Groceries regularly kept on hand. We respectfully solicit your orders, WE STIIiLi HAV/E THE CAPITAL! TltfP COUPONS. E. XXI. SUIIUIVAH & CO. Cor. German and West Market Sts. J. VMflTOti HOTT, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHA...

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

Volume 2, Number 95. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. till lu red lor tlic Information and Benefit of Our Evening Renders, Price of wheat, loaa.v 7» cents. Princess Metulie Kooi Paint. at .lohn P. Burke's Hard ware store. . Mr. W. if. Rolir arrived Friday afternoon on the Southern. Mr. C. E. Loawnerjjre turned esterafternoon from Now Market. Team No. 2 won the gauie last night. The score was 25 to 15. Lord Byron at Assembly llall .>n next Thursday night, March S. Mr. Albert I.oewenbach and family returned Friday to Mt. Sidney Wanted, bright,industrious young man to learn the drug business. I. Paul Fletcher. The scare from the outbreak of measles in the Scotts Ford neighborhood is subsiding i Mr. Manor Bragg went to Kaet Virginia yesterday evening on n short visit and will return Monday. The premium on gold dollars don't seem to attract a great many. The Government lias "corralled" them. Broadway and vicinity have been well represented in town thi...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY .(EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SHTTHE. Entered In the Postofllce at Harrisonburg »» second -class matter. I SATURDAY, MARCH .7. 1900. SCATTER ASHES ON SEA. AU Left of San Francisco llnu'i Body Thrown lo Wind* from Ship'* Malnmuxf. i-'rom the mainmast, of the ship Shenandoah, lying at anchor in San "Francisco bay, the ashes of Walters. Blanchard, founder of the Corinthian Yacht club, were scattered over the waters at dusk the other day. The ceremony was witnessed by two women in mourning - , the wife of the dead man and her friend, and the mem- " hers of the crew. The two women clad in black boarded the Shenandoah and sought the captain, to whom they told their mission. The captain called the members of his crew, to each of whom he repeated the desire of the women, but each shook his head. Steward Edward Eddy finally agreed to comply with the request. Taking from the hands of one of the women u black box wrapped in crape, and fastening the box in his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 March 1900

- The Evening News. SATURDAY, MARCH ,1. 1000. EFFECTIVE WEAPONS. ——«— laoaadeacent Bulbs Speedllr Pat a RnrfUr to Flight la a Fright. "Of all tho outlandish weapons ever employed in a light," said a business man, according to the New Orleans Times-Democrat, "I think I. brought the most fantastic on record into play one night lateh'. My family are away on a visit, find I am keeping bachelor nail out at the house. I was aroused .it about three a. w. by n noise somewhere In the region of tho dining-room, and thinking .1 had shut up the dog I here X jumped up very foolishly and name downstairs in my night clothes, without, so much as a pocket,knife. When I opened the dining-room door I was startled to see ajoig, rough-look-ing man bending over the sideboard at the far end ot the room, and after we had stood there en tableau for a moment the fellow made a rush at me. t leaped back into the halt and glared around for a, weapon. On a table nearby were a dozen incandescent light bulbs, whic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 March 1900

ink nAKKi»un»unu uu-rom Oftkk rLUUK anu 1-fcbU I'UUONUUMIIR&AT WHOLIIALt Mioti. This Space Reserved for Li. B. SMOOTZ, SPOTSOJOOD BUIIiDI|SIG. HONEST GOODS. MODERATE PRICES. The Corner Grocery. Having just received a large additional shipment of Canned Goods, we are now prepared to supply your wants in this lino. Wo offer the best brands of California canned goods— Peaches, Plums* Pears & Apricots. Our hand-packed Tomatoes, Maine Corn, Sifted Peas, French and American Soups, Deviled Crabs and Clam Chowder are the beat. Homestead Asparagus, Filghman's Grated Pine-Applet-Try our Home-made Mince Meat; Oat Meal, Pettyjohn, Germea, Cracked-Wheat, Maccaroni, Ekk Noodles anil Spaghetti alwaysin stock. All seasonable Green Groceries restnlarly kept on hand. We respectfully solicit your orders. WE STILtli HAVE THE CAPITAL* TSIP COUPONS, E. Ul. SUbUIVfIN & CO. Cor. German and West Uarket Sts. J. WINTON HOTT, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, DAYTON, VIRGINIA. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 96. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. ' LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Uatlicreil for I lie Information ami I ten r lit ol' Our Evening Readers, ['rice (if wheat today 70 cents. Princess Metalic Knot I'nint at .Inlin P. P.urke's Hnrdware store. Teams Xos.:! nnd I piny box-ball tonight. (■en. John 10. I toller left (his morning over 1 lie Southern. Call and wee Lang's superb snmples of clothing. Suits from $O.OO up. Mrs. Maggie Mctsinty, formerly of tliis place, arrived Sunday afternoon. Miss Fannie Speck spent Sunday with. Miss Allee Eunkhonser in Hayton. Messrs. .J. W. and l.ynn Williamson, of Ne\v Market, spent Sunday in town. Read the new advertisement of Herman Wise on the fourth page of this paper. Ed. S. Conrad, Esq..left this morning tor Winchester, where he has legal business. found, near \V. ('. Showaiter's store, on North Main street, three new counterpanes. Miss Margaret Holler returned Saturday from an extended visit to friends In Kentucky. Losi on RonHowrn.—T...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (F.SjCKPT SUNDAYS) ny SOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 :\fOXDAY, MARCH 1900. IHOALLB ON THE PAPER TRUST. Kx-Senator Jngalls, in an article In Sunday's Kcn'York Journal, referring to the rapid growth of monopolies and trusts, refers to the paper trust in these terms: "Jiven the newspapers, usually so prompt and vigorous to resent injustice and oppression, submit to the extortion* of the trust which has recently so enormously increased the price of paper, almost without a murmur of protest. With combined effort they could wring the necks of these malefactors and throw their carcasses on the compost heap of mammon, whore thy belong. This t rust levips its black mail on education and religion, 011 the school books and the Bible, on knowledge, literature and libraries. 011 free thought and a free press, which are the sentinels and guardians of liberty. "Of all the unforgiven crimes of the money power th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 March 1900

The Evening News* MONDAY, MARCH .7,1900. LOST NEARLY A CENTURY. HYfitcli Pound Thnt 1* Thought to ll®vo Belonged lo Ffrnt Crovfpnor of tli<» Jonathan Jennings, the flret. governor of the state ot Indiana, came west soon after Indiana territory was organized, and settled in Clark comity. Ho brought with him from Pennsylvania one law book and a bull's-eye silver watch. In course of his canvass lor delegate, to congress in 3800, his house was entered, and among other tilings his silver watch was stolen, lie always believed that the watch was Holcti by a man who kept a drinking ho use in Cliarlestown, but. lie had 110 proof, and the. liquor vendor was not. prosecuted, says an Indianapolis exchange. The house passed to other owners, and one day lately the owner began the work of tearing it away to make room for another. Between the first log 1 and the stone foundation Hoffman found an old bull's-eye silver watch, which is believed to be the one Gov. Jennings lost in ISO!). J'l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 March 1900

THE HARRISONBURC MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND PEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES' This ripaoe Reserved for L. B. SMOOTZ, SPOTSOiOOD BUlLiDlflG. HONEST GOODS. MODERATE PRICES The Corner Grocery. Having just received a large additional shipment of Canned Goods, wo are now prepared to supply your wants in this lino. We offer the best brands of California canned goods— Peaches, Plums,, Pears & Apricots. Our hand-paokod,,Tomatoes, Maino Corn, Sifted Peas. French and American Soups, Deviled Crabs and Clam Chowder are the best. —-sfold Homestead Asparagus, Filghman's Grated Pine-Applet-Try our Homo-in ado Mince Moat; Oat Meal, Pettyjohn, Germea. (Jracked-Wlieat, Maccaroni, JOrc Noodles and Spaghetti always in Block. All seasonable Green Groceries regularly kept on hand. Wo respectfully solicit your orders. WE STTLiIi HAVE THE CflPlTflii COUPONS. H. Ul. SUUlilVflfl & CO. Cor. German and West Market Sts. HOLDS YAQUI PRISONERS. Till' Mexican Government Will lnxlrn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 March 1900

The Evening News. Volume 2, Number 97. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Wathercd for 1 Ik* lurorm.ilion and Ronellt or Our Evening Headers, Price of wheat today 70 cents. Princess Mctaiic lloof Paint at John P. Iturlco's Hardware store. Call and see Lung's superbsamples of clothing. Suits from $9.00 up. Team No. 3 won the game of box* ball last night, the score being 30 to 20. Mrs..!. 11. NcIT returned Monday from nil extended trip to Washington. Mr. I). Devier went to Staunton Ihis morning ami will return this afternoon. Mr. Ed. Swank returned Monday evening from an extended business trip South. Messrs. L. .1. Golden, S. 11. MeFall and Gen. .loliri E. Holler returned Inst night, on the Southern. Miss Mattie Llneweaver returned Monday from Staunton, where she was the guest of Miss Hogsette. Fou Sat.i:.—Three shares in the Dayton Harness Co. For particulars enquire of ,1. S. Usher, Dayton. Vn. Foe Rknt.—'Three or five rooms in "Strayor Spring Cottage" on Gay...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY EOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class mattor.l TUESDAY, MAIICII 0, 1000. Belmont, Mass.. which supports a well organized (Iredepartment, went through last year without even an alnrm. The citizens are so well pleased that they have bought a now hook and ladder truck and built a new hose house. They appreciate a good tiling and understand real economy. lit a sermon at South Bethlehem, Pa., the pastor turned to tiie young men and said: "To your indifference and bashfulnoss is due the maidenhood of about .">OO young women of the parish, and the number is increasing." The bashful ones have no further excuse for inaction. During the solar eclipse on May 2S next, Harvard astronomers will conduct observations at a station in Alabama, and make a special effort to find the planet supposed to be nearest the sun, and named Vulcan, though its existence is in doubt. Our Governor in Guam lias sent...

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

The Evening News. TVESIJAY, MARC TI (!, I'JOO. GIFT TO YALE UNIVERSITY. Morris (itein<;rt Presenla 111* \«ilu« nblc Collection ol' Musical runtrnnipiiix. The announcement lias jus I. been madn that Morris Stcinert, the musical dealer, oI New Haven, Conn., had given his valuable collection oC old musical instruments to Yale university, and tliat the gift had been accepted by the university.' The. collection, which is considered one of Ihe finest ot its kind in the world, includes many rare specimens purchased by Mr. Stcinert during his trip through Europe. Mr. Stcinert. has devoted, the past 20 years to making 1 the collection, -with ihe idea of preserving the nearly lost relics of the early development in musical instruments. Foremost in importance is a scries ot old clavichords, harpsichords, hammer claviers and spinnets, showing the development of the modern pianoforte. Another set includes a large number of stringed instrument s leading up to the introduction of the vi...

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

THE HARRISONBURC MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. This Bpaoe Reserved for* Im. b. smootz, SPOTSUIOOD BUILiDIfiG. HONEST GOODS. MODERATE PRICES The Corner Grocery. Having just received a large additional shipment of Canned Goods, we are now prepared to supply your wants in this lino. Wo offer the host brands of California eanned goods— Peaches, Plums,, Pears & Apricots. Our hand-packed Tomatoes, Maine Corn, Sifted Peas, French and American Soups, Deviled Crabs and Clam Chowder are the best. —-sfold Homestead Asparagus, Filghman's Grated Pine-Applet— Try mil* Home-made Mince Meat; Oat Meal, Pettyjohn, (Jermea, Oacked-Whent, Macdaroni, ICgc Noodles and Kpaggetti always in stock. All seasonable (ireen Groceries regularly kept on hand. We respectfully solicit your orders. v WE STIDLj HAVE THE CflPlTflLi COUPONS. E. UU. SUliUlVflfl & CO. Cor. German and West Market Sts. More of 11. Dar'a do (lubblobreasled jacket, lio dubble-bre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 98. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. tlatiiereU fur the in format ion uud Renellt «f Our Evening Renders, Price of w hont today 70 Cents. Princess Mel a lie ltoot Paint at John IV Burke's Hard ware store. Win. P. llush has been appointed postmaster at Mt. Solon. Mr. .1. Wilton returned Tuesday front a business trip North. ('all and see I ,ang's superb samples of clothing. Suits from *9.00 up. Messrs. Ilotts Lewis and Irvine McNeil arrived last night on the Southern. The State Conference nf the Epworth League will meet in Richmond .Tune 21. Mr. Carr Eflingor is making a visit tii friends in town. This time he brings n bride with him. Through the advertisement in the Evening News the watch lost by Mr. .1. E. Altaffer has been returned. Fou Sai.e.—Three shares in the Dayton Harness Co. For particulars enquire of .1. S. Fisher, Dayton. Vn. Lost on Boiniowt:i>.—The 13th volume of Columbia, Encyclopedia. Please return to W. If. Keister...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 March 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY EOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrlaonburg as second-class matter. I WEDNESDA T, MARCH 7, 1900. SYMPATHY FOB THE BOERS. Great difficulty will always bo met in any effort that may be made to Muppress free speech in America, for the average American knows or thinks he knows what in right, and undtr certain circumstance# both in assembly and individually, will have Ills say. Therefore when the people assemble in town meeting to express their views on any subject, whether the Government is In accord with their sentiments or not, they are pretty apt to give expression to their feelings. These thoughts arise from seeing nccounta of meetings being held in various parts of the country, and which are of almost daily occurrence, expressing sympathy with the Boers In the South African War. There is something peculiarly American in this expression of sentiment, for It is a characteristic of us all to sympathize with the "unde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 March 1900

The Evening News. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7. 1900. CCBtMEKCE OF LAKES. Vast Extent of Traffic BetwMU Buffalo, Duluth and Chicago. Slionn by Statistic* of Operation ot Snnlt Sle. Marie Canal—The Total rrelglit Pnailaic Tlironuli la I son Was 28,283.310 Ton.. V suggestion of the extent. o£ the bummeree ot 1 lie great inland se:» stretching from Buffalo to Chicago and Duluth, known as the great lakes, Is supplied by .some figures which havo just reached the treasury bureau of statistics, showing the details of the commerce, passing through the Sault Stc. Marie canal. The commerce passing through the canal registers uccurately the movement between Lake Superior, penetrating the wheat and iron producing regions, and the chain of lakes. Michigan, Huron, Erie nnd Ontario, tributary In tho corn, provision and coal producing nnd iron manufacturing regions. It is Ihe gateway through which the wheat, oats, Hour, iron ore, copper and lumber of Montana, the Dakotas, -Minnesota and northern Wisconsin an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 March 1900

THE HARRISONBUItC WIILLINU COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. HANDSOME PRESENT GIVEN MAY! LJwill give the first lady or gentleman who can tell me the correct nationality and kind of bird I have here on exhibition in my Mammoth Shoe Store THE BEST PAIR OF SHOES I have in my store. I HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OF SHOES, FOR LADIES, GENTLEMEN AND CHILDREN over brought to this Valley in all the very latest spring styles. Don't fail to see them. I Also Have a Nice Line of Rubber Heels. FURNITURE AND CARPETS. My New and Up-to-date Furniture and Carpets invito new customers daily. In fact, lam better prepared than ever before to please all who come in nice Furniture and pretty Carpets and Rugs of all kinds; I have everything needed to make home comfortable and pretty. In addition to this I have a large new lino of Baby Carriages and Trunks which I bought at old prices, and am giving my large trade the benefit of if. So don't forget this offer and come before they go....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 March 1900

Volume 2, Number 99. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. 'Gathered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Readers, * r Spots wood, No. 5, drug store. Price of wheat today 70 cents. Mr. I!. Vey returned Wednesday night from ft trip north. Mr. .1. If. Drummond went to Winchester j estorda.v morning. Princes.* Metalic Roof Pnlut »t John P. Burke's Hardware store. Mr. find Mrs. Carr Edinger left yesterday after a short visit here. Mrs. Killo.y, of Pleasant Valloy, Is t.he guesto! .Mrs. Mattie Kible'r. ...Mr. I). S. Bowls, jr, arrived tlila morning, after n short visit to Charlottesville. llev. C. 11. Cruiokshanks, of Singers <»len. is making' a short stay with friends in town. Home of the country schools expect to close by .March !•">. Thin is too short a school term. Mr. Schuyler Bradley, accompanied by his boh Bennet, went to Charlestown Wednesday afternoon. .Miss Willie Patterson was called to Richmond Wednesday morning by the sick...

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