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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY EOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Poßtofltce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.l MONDAY, AVUIL :10. 1900. THE VERDICT. The verdict rendered l>.y Mayor Switzer Saturday in the cases of thoKe convicted o( assault upon i. 1). Davis and Hon. .John Acker during ttie riotous proceedings at the recent Republican County Convention, will no doubt be approved by the great majority of people, not, only ot Harrisonburg. but of Itockinghani Coun"ty. The violence which was exhibited at Assembly Hall on the 17th of March was a disgrace to the community, and to ha,ve been ignored or allowed to go unpunished Would have been still more disgraceful to our town. Although there has been no one to openly approve or publicly countenance the bloodshed or personal Injuries inflicted during that riotous gathering, there have been strenuous efforts made to prevent the punishment of those who have been found guilty of such unlawful and crimina...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 April 1900

The Evening News* ■ Monday, M htl so, 1069. „ t v . . _ _ __ ~~~ railway rumble. Letter-copying' presses operated i>y compressed air or hydraulic pressure from local water mains are in use in offices on tlie Rock Island road. The day eoacli traffic at niglit, is a paying' business and as such, says the Railway and Engineering Review, is demanding more attention to its needs than has until recently bpen given it. The New York, New Haven & Hartford railroad has regulated the publications which arc sold 011 its trains. Certain of them were barred, owing to complaints to .the railroad company. 'J his, says tho Scientific American, is the first ease in which wc remember 11 railroad company exerting their undoubted right as a censor in this matter. An English house has engaged to put the Teliuantcpcc railroad in good condition and to build tho two ports of Coatzacoalcos and Salina Cruz. In return it obtains for a period of .10 years, dating from tho completion of th...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLINC COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICE 6 The Evening News, MOXDAY. APRIL .'ffl, 1900. * The Animal Fever. We're taunting ;i house do you know of one With bath and a furnace and closets and gas; Well,.cistern and faucet# and plenty of sun, And a plat in front having lots of grass? A garret where traps can be stored away. And a nice back yard for Bobby and Sue, And a barn for the horse and oats and hay, AnG a summer kitchen and woodshed, too? # We're hunting a house—and it must be whore The children ran easily walk to school; Not too far out from the courthouse square. But still the location must be cool. The paper and paint must bo fresh and clean; The place in the best condition be. Perchance you've a house that should be seen; Please tell us where we can get the key. We're hunting a house—as the on*we're in For fully a year has sheltered us— Ilence now it is time that we begin To have our annual "moving" fuss. The season is here and a v...

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

The Evening News. Voltime 2, Number 146. LATEST WAR NEWS BRITISH AltE NOW SHORT Ol' HOUSES. They Could Not i»e Expected to Walk to Pretoria, of . Course. London. April 30. 2:10 p. m. —The latest news received liere from the Orange Free State indicates that, though the Boers have evacuated Thftbnnchu, the.v have only done so in order 1o occupy stronger positions. On Sunday, April General Do Wot made mi effort to turn French's eastern (lank, which was only foiled by the cavalry ufter vigorous maneuvering. The Boers hold the ridges to the eastward, whence they will probably full back when the pressure of superior numbers increases. The British casualties Sustained during the Thabanchu fighting were slight. General French's object, now that all chance of catching the main bodies of llii' burghers has disappeared, is in harass the Boers and prevent any well-organized retreat. From Iteira, Portuguese Fast Africa, under date of Monday, April L'.'t, comes the news of the arrival there of a ...

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

The Evening News. PUBMSgKD DAILY (KXCEPT SUNDAYS) liv ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postoftlceat Harrisonburg an second-class matter. I TUiSS ftA F, MA ) h 1900. Tlie latest in nn oyster trust. Fiftylire i)y«lernien met aud organized an oyster combine recently at New Haven, Conn,. it is proposed to caoitalize for ,f15,000,000 under New Jersey laws, as usual, although the men present only represent ft 5,000,000 of capital. Oysters will go up a* well as down. .According' to Carroll I). Wright, United States Commissioner, it costs I cent to manufacture ninety boxes Of matches witli fifty mutches iu each box. Thus, the consumer pays about 0,000 per cent, to the trust, which stole its patent*. Sorter AVonrlii'. Sorter wonderin' if you know That I'm lovin' of you so! That I want you all day longIn the sighin\ In the .sons; In the dark an' in the light— Jn the blossom an' the blightSorter wonderin' if you know That I'm lovin' of you so! * Sorter wonderin*, when the day iJoes the weepin' ...

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

The Evening News. TUESDAY, M.\y ~m cat with many lives. PuSU„ Mil.. „ Cnr Trncfc, S«> , Av. 11. < '»K »uly Sivurn. Mr. WiHlninir.Conov l .rwuKil 1 „„ Jf hi. ful enough to furnish Ihe \v„ y o rk •Sun vilh an affidavit uitl , Ihis story: -Mr. Conover is n .i Kri.- railroad burgage maslor. lie ]i vcs af s ,,fVern. V irainp oat tooknplier residence at tho hotel in Suffer 11 andkept Mr. Conover's friend. Mr. Xorris, awake at night hv meowing. Mr. Xoi-ris asked Mr. Conover todeport thecal. Mr. Conover consented. put the eat in a hag and look SHOOK OUT THE CAT. her along on the 32:25 p. ni. train on a recent, Tuesday. At Mahwali Mr. Conover opened the bag and shook out the eat. The catdis- ' appeared. The Irain went on. At Allendale Mr. Conover heard the meow of a eat and supposed the, commuters were having- fun with him. The train reached Jersey City, and after the passengers had left, the cars were taken to a switch where they remained for four hours. At 4:52 p. in....

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLEBALE PRICES The Evening News, TUESDAY, MAY 1, VMK Front 3Lt. Clinton. All'. Clinton, April Uev. .1. \V. Howe, of Da.vton, tilled the milpit at the V. 11. Church last Sunday night. He in an old man, drifting near his three score and ten, but retains much of the vigor with which he has done the work of life. He is the only member of the Virginia Conference whose connection with that body dates liack into Antebellum days. He took occasion to say in therourse of his sermon that the greatest man of the century was a woman—Frances Wllliard. Mr. Harry Strickler. who was a student here last year, hut now at iiridgewater College, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Hawkins. Owen Beard, of Edom, was here mingling with his school fellows over Sunday. He having taken sick and gone home in the early part of the session. Mr. Worth l)ognn is here plastering Mr. .lames Sites' house, on Academy street. On next Sunday the...

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

Volume 2, Number 146. THE TOWN COUNCIL TIIK liKOULAH MEETING liAST NIGHT. Discussion Over Extension of the Setvcrftge.—Accounts Allowed. The City Council met in regular session last night. There were present J>. M. Swit'/.er. Mayor: A. 11. Snyder, Recorder; and Messrs. .T. Wilton, Peter (liiyer. Win. Buclier, .lohn Noll, W. 11. Gardener. .1. Moery, J. 11. McClniighlin. .1. I!. Amiss, Councilnien, and Win. L. Vnnce.v, City Attorney. The Street Commit tee reported tho sanitary condition of Elizabeth street Improved. The committee on a plank walk on Wolf street between High and Mnin streets was indulged. The petition of Mrs. Link for a crossing on Water street was reported unfavorably. Tho pen oil the pump-house lot for the retention of stray stock was re"ported completed. A special meeting of the Council was ordered for May lstli to receive tlie report of the committee on the land at Biven Bock Sprinjr. The petition of E. A.Shundsfor the abatement of the h per cent on delin...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflco at Harrisonburg a* second-clans matter.] WtiD.XESDA Y, MA 1 1000. RURAI. FREE DELIVERY. The following is taken from the ttnltimore Sim, and shown what onr neighboring Slate thinks of the rural free delivery service, as against the opinion of some of onr rural residents, who kicked so hard against it thnt the I'ostotllce department was compelled to discontinue one of the routes: "When the rural free delivery system was inaugurated in Carroll County, Maryland, and the postoffices and star routes were discontinued the people of the county were far from convinced that the new system would provesatisfactory. After a fair trial, however, they find thnt it is efficient and a great convenience to them. Their appreciation found expression in a banquet at Westminster last night to i PostmasterGeneral Smith. Dr. Joshua W. Ifering, Comptroller of tlx? State of Maryland, voiced the sentiment of the p...

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

T|ie Evening News. wr:i'X/:sDAr, ,j .. 1. - MUSIC AND DRAMA. "To Uave and to Hold," the latest aLell P pP. ul ' u 7" ,vpL S to be dramj i .', , j. 11 es , °hmaa ha s secured ■the rights from its author, Miss Mary Johnston. •' Tommaso galvini, the famous Italian tragedian, now 72 years old, is acting in St. 1 cterslmrg, his lirst appearance lhero for 20 years. He is said tohavo created great enthusiasm. Miss Alice Xcilsen's opera for next >ear will not bo a new one, though it never hasi been seen on ihis rale of the Atlantic, it is by Masserger and is entitled "Fauvelle du Temple." , Hairy 13. Smith is nc!r.i>iing the bonlc anil the lyrics. Miss Elsie de Wolfe will be put forward a second timo as a star by Mr. 1) roliman the coming season. It is said the play will be of French origin and that Miss do Wolfe is to go to Paris in. May to see it played in ifs original language. It is said that the play "The J.ittle Minister," for the time it has been running, has be...

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

THE HARRISONBURC MIL.LINC COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. WED.XESDA Y, MA J' j WHALH EH ItKP< )RT. For the Month landing May «'{o, IJIOO. TKMJ'HH ATIIIU. J'recipitaI)ate. 'Mux. Mill, limine, tiou ill inches. ]— (ill 24 30 II J*- 57 27 ::ii ll.o:i 5s :!| I'T 0 l— to 20 23 Trace 5 (HI I!) 41 0 ('»— 70 32 3s 0 7 73 -17 20 Trace s— l'i 10 1(5 0 50 35 21 0 10— no jo 111 0 11— -to l' 7 22 o.io 1.2 52 27 25 0.27 13— 54 31 2:', 0.14 14— <lO :t0 .10 0 15— Oil 20 4:! 0 111— 72 35 -".7 'rider 17— 70 is 22 O.IU IS— ON 52 10 ' 0.00 10— 75 40 21) 0 I'll— 7.-, 41; J! I 0.02 21— 00 43 20 0.41 22 7s 45 :::! 0 2:l— 70 10 :s:» 0 24 70 47 :(2 0 25 Its 40 2s 0 20— 7:5 :!2 41 0 27 75 :!7 :»S 0 28— 7s :S5 4.'! 0 20— 70 :!7 30 0 30— 85 42 43 0 Sum.— 202:> 1083 042 1.70 Mean.— 07.5 30.1 31.4 .05 SiMMAiiv. Men 11 temperature, 51.8; maximum temperature,Bs; date, 30th; minimum temperature, 19; date. sth total preciptation, inches, ...

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

Volume 2, Number 147. LATEST WAR NEWS GENERAL ADV ANCE TO 1510<i!N SOON. Roberts' forces Trying to •I cm in the ISocrs in Eroe State. Lomio.n, Mny I>—lt in diflicult to unravel the tanirled stories coming from the neighborhood or Thabant.hti, but apparently theßritish forrea «re engaged in a movement having for its object the hemming in of tlie lioers ntill in that district. While <icnH. I'reneh and Handle are holding the Boers at Thabanchii, (ien. Broadwood's cavalry has been pushed on Moutnek, in (lie hope of intercepting the federal convoys between Lady- brand and Wjnburg. As (ien. Hot ha has been reinforced, there, is every prospect of sharp fighting. The new scene of operation and the general movements of (he various columns are taken to indicate that Lord Hoberts is deploying his army preparatory to beginning his northern inarch. It now seems likely that it is the commander-in-chief's inten- tion to advance simultaneously from Kiniberley, Bloem...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Watered in the Postoffice at Harrisonburg a* . second-class matter.! TBVMDA V, MA ) .% 1900. OLD-FASHIONED RECIPES. Mush, or Ilasty Budding.—A most healthful dish is hasty pudding. It is made by mixing' enough water with u pint, of Indian meal to take our :t 11 the lumps. Add the mixture, a tablespoonful at a 'time,' to a quart of "water, kept tit boiling' point. When this has been thoroughly dissolved, add u sufficient quantity of dry meal to thicken, season with salt and. serve. Sally-lunn.—A hot breakfast dish that is most palatablo is sally-lunn. Take one nu<J a half cupfuls of butter .and: tho eamo Quantity of sugar, the eggs, three, cupfuls of sweet milk and a cupful of liquid yeast; add enough flour to iorm a stiff batter und let rise over night. Bake in small muffin rings, and when sufficiently browned butter and serve hot. Boiled Indian Budding.—A boiled Indian pudding is in ado with one cupfu...

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

The Evening News, ~~ thuks* ODD FACTS.ABOUT ECLIPSES. From" «hi New York Journal. An,unn«tural chill C omo« into the ab ° Ut co " s t pr nation •nu seek their nests. ° f Vthr gvov ferocious ami attack human beings boldly. M',, are nervous and' excited, fright 1 ' ln t,ieir ,nolhers Dogs run to tlieir masters and cower and whine piteously between their outbursts of yelping. Such natural sounds as waterfalls and the whistling of the wind seem excessively loud and alarming. Cows go home from pasture.. They atop chewing their cuds and sniff Iluwf as if fearing a great storm. and superstitious people have an abject fear of some great calamity. they know not what. Horses m harness are frightened at familiar object,*, and those loose in the fields l-un about distractedly. Trees lose their usual look and color, and the light sifts down, through them in fantastic round blotches. •Tust before the eclipse becomes total the aun's feeble light seems divided into separate beams that come down qui...

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

THE HARRIS.ONBUfte MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News. THURSDAY. MAl';!. 10(H). lift r<l to llfiir, Miss Flash—What <lo you think is woman's hardest trial? Miss Bash—A rainy Sunday v hmi nhe has a new Jiat.—Tit-Hits. I.ivinir Willi I'afin. YcuiK!' Hariluppo won the love of one Of Mllyun's jiretty ilajiKhters. And since she l.s his better half Tie's moved to (tor quarters. —Philadelphia Press. Weather Forecast. Washington, May Kair t/might and Friday. Colder In'nnrth and west portion. Possibly light frost tonight in extreme northwest portion. Winds becomingfresh northwest. iiraiid Council of Virginia I. 0., Ile<l Men, l)anvilli), Va., May 10, 1000. On account of above occasion, the Southern Railway will sell tickets to Danville, Vu., and return at greatly reduced rates. Tickets to be sold Mav 14th. 15th and .Kith : linal limit May I'lst, inoo. Whit Sunday will soon be here. You had better give your or...

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

Volume 2, Number 148. LATEST WAR NEWS MiCITISII DUIVICTHH HOERS BACK. General Hamilton Has a Very Successful Engagement at lloutnck. Lonimix, May :!.—Tlie war ollice has received the following report from Lord Roberts, under (Into of Rlocnifoteln, May 2: "Gen. Hamilton met with considerable sue 'ess, and drove the enemy out of the strong posit ion they lind taken up at Houtuek, with comparatively small loss to us. "The iioers dispersed ia several directions, mainly to the east and north, leaving twenty-six prisoners in our liijnds, including one commandant, and sixteen other wounded men. Gen. Hamilton is nowinenmp nt Jacqbsrnst. As the men needed rest after fightifig seven out of the last ten days, I ordered tlipm to halt for the day. Gen. Rroad wood's brigade of cavalry arrived upon the scene in time to afiord valuable assistance by threatening the .enemy's rear. "During the afternoon (Jen. Lan Hamilton was joined by (Jen. Jirtico Hamilton's brigade of infantry. "The enemy admit ha...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) nv ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofllce at Harrisonburg a* second-class matter. I FRIDAY, U.t ) /. HHHi. WOMEN YOU HAVE HEARD OF. Gen. Hothu's wife was u Miss Kinmet. n descendant of a relative of the Irish patriot* Ex-Speaker .Keed's daughter Katlierine is one of 4S young women who huvo just received certificates of the woman's law class at the University of New York. Mrs. Henry X. Couden. is the only person outside nt members of congress wli'o is allowed in the speaker's lobby whilethe house is in session. Her husband, J{ev. IMr. Couden, is chaplain of the house, nnd is blind. lie is brought lo the house daily by Mrs. Couden, and remains until she conies for him. 'llls late Ellen Clementine llowarth, who worked at caning chairs to support her family, oneo wrote thus to a friend: "Excuse me for not answering your kind'note sooner. The morning I received it I had made n contract for the cani;ig of a certain number of car seats...

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

The Evening News. FRIDAY, my I" hangs from icicles. l,nK Ta,lert *•■*»» »e«,u.Ml fro,,, » Perilous Position hv S<ri»oi Croml. •If the Chicago Chronicle tells the truth, pedestrians hi Clark street, in ' reoenfly witness,.,l „„ impromptu museum attraction on a different side of the thoroughfare from 111,' one which usually furnishes such entertainment. Pizza rio, a fame monlve\ thai has sat wilh conteiStmcnt eier.v iiflernoon for weeks 011 the ledge of his mistress' window, mistook a series of huge icicles hanging from the rgof for a pari of his own stage ' | PIZZARIO ENJOYED HIMSELF. fixings. He bounded from his station to the biggest of the group, and was soon uttering cries of joy over Ihe sport. For a minute, or so the exhibition amused the, animal more than the. few people, who gazed upward at the dangling figure. Soon Ihe, ice, warmed by the monkey's body, began to melt, and the long-tailed creature found it much more difficult to eling on. lie .endeavored to reach h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 May 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News* Fill DAY. MAY /. 1000. 111 Vifitiii.il Trouble. ''Shall I tell you how to tost your influence us head of your family?" "Yes: I'd like a pointer or two."' "Try 1o regulate your wife and daughters on reading novels.'*—Chicago Daily News, Suileil llolli. Caller -I greatly like Ihe tone of that piano. Mrs. Shoddie- Oh, I wouldn't buy anything that wasn't high-toned.—X. Y." Weekly. A lifMMt Stun. "You can't judge a man by his clothes." "No, but you can pretty nearly judge him by his wife's."--Philadelphia Tress. It AVhs I'll Inc. ■Tack —lln you consider her hair a chestnut or an auburn? Mill —Well, it, certainly isn't a ehr-t---ti«it, for she hasn't had it long enough. —Judge. 4'Hitli UcniMltorlo. One Small Boy—My papa puis the money lie don't give to mother in a coffee pot. Other Small Boy—Mine don't; he. puts it in a jackpot. I heard mother •ay so. —Detroit Free l'ress. Grand Council...

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

Volume 2, Number 149. LATEST WAR NEWS CJ-EN. 11 Alt') 1 TAKER SMI'THFIELI). Gen. Roberts Occupies lirantf- l'ort, Meeting With Sliglit Itesistauce. IjO.xiion, May 4.—Lord Hoberts reports to tho war otiice as follows, under date of llramlfort. May 3: "We occupied Bruudfort today without much opposition and without, I hope, many casual lies. The first brigade of mounted infantry covered the left Hank of the 14th Brigade of the 7th Division, and the right flank was supported by thel.">th Brigade. Pole-Carew's division advanced directly on lirandfort. The Boer army, which was command of Delarey, retired in a northeasterly direction." News of tin- occupation of Brandfort was issued by the war office at 10 o'clock this morning,confirming a dispatch previously received by the Associated Dress. It is general); considered the most important communication received from the front sipeo the ca'ptnre of Gen. C'ronjc and the relief of Ladysinilli. The fact that the position gives the k...

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