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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 August 1899

The Et rcning News. FRIDA Y, AUGUST 4, ISO!). CALLING SUN. The Moqul Dance That Helps to Cause the Return of Summer an<l Harvests. Dr. Tewkes of the Smithsonian institution at Washington returned recently to Denvor from the Moqul villages In Arizona, where he attended the winter dances of the Indians. Ho is one of the few white men who have ever seen this remarkable ceremony, and the result of his visit will appear in a detailed report on his return to Washington. The iHffiue or ceremony Is called the say-la-na, and is the most complicated of all the religious ceremonios among the Moquis. It continues for nine days, including preliminary preparations. It is one of tho fow ceremonies still in existence among the uncivilized tribes in which the sun ii directly the object of worship. The dance takes place at the winter solstice when the sun has receded to its farthest limit in the southern sky. Its object is primarily to induce tho sun to recede from its Southern mareh and r...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 August 1899

STANDARD BRANDS OF TOBACCO CONSTANTLY KlCl'T AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE AND SOLD BY THE PIECE, PLUG, POUND OR BOX. Country merchants arc specially Invited to call and examine my stock. Why send off and pay freight, when you can buy the sfyne goods right at home, at the same price? Hanes' Natural Leaf, Schnapps, 6 inch, Electric, C inch Drummond'sNatural Leaf, Eariy Bird, 6 inch, Big Chew, " Patterson's " Westover, " Royal Colors, " Venable,s " A Jap, " Shenandoah, 44 Mild Burley " Georgia Beauty, ft inch, Roosevelt's Riders, 12 inch. Mayo'sNo.l %t May Apple, " Township Navy, 44 Country Twist, Nosegay, 44 White Bear Navy 4 ' Strawberry Twist, AND ALL POPULAR BRANDS OF SMOKING TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES. me a call. CII V ESIIMAN, Nr. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. FOKTSRFISLP & SULLIVAN. (ESTABIISHEri 188-4.) Up-to-Date Mattress Makers and Upholsterers, WEST MARKET ST., NEAR DEPOT. Varnishing, chair caning, gluing and furniture repairing. A first.class home-made ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 August 1899

Volume 1, Number 77. SHENANDOAH CITY. ITS PROSPERITY NOW SURE TO BE REVIVED. The Shenandoah Iron Works, Closed for Several Years, will now he put in Motion. The case of W. S. Ileay and wile and others, vs. the Shenandoah Furnace Company and others, was a suit brought in the Federal Court here in 1897, in order to assert the rights of the heirs of William Milncs, (the father of the late Hon. William Millies of this State), in the large iron property in Page County, known popularly as the Shenandoah Iron Works. To assert these rights successfully would have resulted in the setting aside of all of the proceedings in the long standing suit of the Fidelity, Trust and Safe Deposit Company against the Shenandoah Iron Company, in which seven years ago these properties were sold for $100,000.00 to D. W. Flickwir and others, and by them sold to the Shenandoah Furnace Company. This new suit was conducted by the late William IS. Compton, Esq., until his death, and since by the Hon. T. M. Gorman...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 August 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. BMTTHE. Entered Id the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.] SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1599. WHO IS THE LADY 1 A recent article In The Sun upon the all-absorbing subject of "Mixed Drink*" hug, as we were sure It would do, aroused old Virginia. The Sun has received a charming letter from a charming lady who lives near Harrisonburg, In the very centre of the Old Dominion. This lady courteously dissents from our assertion that making mint juleps is a lost art and offers to prove it lii umostpleasant way. "The Sun,"shesays, "will. I feel sure, be glad to know there are a few old ladies left In Virginia who, have a 'black bottle' hid away for some very especial occasion. Rockingham County," our faircorrespondent continues, "proposes to do herself credit in a horse and colt show at Harrisonburg, her county seat, on the 10th and 17th of August. There will be some fine horses oil exhibition, and if The Sun will come up t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 August 1899

The Evening News. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1800. The Sturdy GuatL. A camel has twice the carrying power of an ox. With an ordinary load of 400 pounds ho can travel 12 or 14 days without water, going 40 miles a day. They are fit to work at 5 years old, but their strength begins to decline at 25, although they usually live to 40. The Tartar* have herds of these animals, often 1,000 belonging to one family. They were numerous in antiquity, for the patriarch Job had 3,000. The Timbuctoo c 9 Meharri breed is remarkable for speed and used only for couriers, going 800 in eight days with a meal of dates or grain at nightfall.—Exchange, Perverse Man. Wife—My husband is the queerest man. Friend—ln what respect? Wife—Why, before he married ma I couldn't get him to leave the house before 12 o'clock, and since I can't get htm to come to it before that time.—Detroit Preu Press. The Right Kind. The following story, told of the lata Senator Stanford, is characteristic of the wan. He was always a cheerfu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 August 1899

STANDARD BRANDS of tobacco CONSTANTLY KEPT AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE AND SOLD BY THE PIECE, PLUG, POUfID OR BOX. Country merchants are specially invited to call and examine my stock. Why send off and ay freight, when you can buy the name goods right at home, at the same price? iianes' Natural Leaf, Schnapps, (J inch, Electric, 0 inch Drummond's Natural Leaf. Eariy Bird, <> inch, lB JlQhew, '• Patterson'# Westover, " Royal Colors, *' Veil able, s 41 A Jap, " Shenandoah. Mild Burley " Georgia Beauty, 0 inch, Roosevelt's Riders, 12 inch. Wayo'fl No.l " May Apple, •« , Township Navy, " * Country Twist, Nosegay, White Bear Navy Strawberry Twist, AND ALL -POPULAR BRANDS OF SMOKING TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES. 25^*Give me a call. CHARLES ENHMAN, Nr. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. FORTSRFIBLP & SULLIVAN, (ESTABLISHED 1884.) Dp-to-Date Mattress Makers and Upholsterers, WEST MARKET ST., NEAR DEPOT. Varnishing, chair caning, gluing and furniture repa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 August 1899

Volume 1, Number 78. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Information and Benefit of Onr Evening Readers. Mr. L. T. Bea.ll, of Ottobine, was in town today. Watermelons are now coming in in regular supply. Hose Company No. 4 has several practice runs on the program for this evening. Mr. Lurty Irick returned home on Saturday from Staunton, where he lias been employed. Mr. VV. B. McClung left here this morning for Cumberland, Md., where he will visit his wife. A good many citizens are out of town these days—some at water resorts others rusticating. The Southern train was delayed on Saturday night about an hour by the excursion to Fisher's Hill. Miss Agnes Karrick and Mrs. Robert Morris, of Alexandria, Va., are are visiting relatives in this city. Mrs. Thomas Bapsford, of German street in this place, left this morning to visit friends at Harper's Ferry, if more care is not used there will be more business trausacted on the complaint of the Society f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 August 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg aw second-class matter.! MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1800. ALABAMA'S WEALTH. That the time is not fur distant whenjthe iron product of Alabama will exceed in value the cotton crop, is evident. Indeed, we believe that the money that now flows to the state from raw and manufactured iron and for coal, is not far behind that which is received for cotton. A commonwealth that can produce a million bales of cotton, a million and a half _ tons of iron and five or six million tons of coal each year, to say nothing of corn, fruit, vegetables and many other articles, possesses elements of wealth difficult to estimate. —Public Ledger, Norfolk. And yet great us it is or may become Alabama's natural wealth is not greater than that of Virginia. Less attention to politics for a time anil more time and work given to practical development in Virginia would result in a great surprise to all, for the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 August 1899

The Evening News. MONDAY, AUGUST ISO!). TRUMPS AND PIE. Way the Rev. Mr. Gately Played t Hand at Wliist. One evening, the evening after ChristHas, we were seated at the whist table in our room. Henry and I had had our Christmas dinner with his poople, and •Mr. Gately had had his at the rector's house. Mr. Gately was assistant at the parish church. The major, poor man, had had no other resource than to sit at Mrs. Buckingham's table. ' What kind of dinner did the duchess give you on Christmas?" asked Henry of the major, who was dealing with quiet precision. "Colossal," replied the major colossal, sir, and familiar." Do you mean," said I, "sho gave you the same old things, only more of them?" Precisely, madam. It is your lead and hearts are trumps." Theimajor had turned the queen. "Wo had five binds of pie," he added. I led some small card of a ( plain suit. Mr. Gately took the trick, playing a king second hand, and led the king of hearts. I saw the major looked- puzzled and frowned. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 August 1899

STAHDARD brands of tobacco CONSTANTLY KEI'T AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE BHD SOLD BY THE PIECE, PLUG, POUND OR BOX. Country merchants arc specially invited to call and examine my stock. Why send off and ay freight, when you can buy the same goods right at home, at the same price? Hanes' Natural Leaf, Schnapps, 0 inch. Electric, C» inch Drummond's Natural Leaf, Earjy Bird, <i inch. IB JfQhew, Patterson's Westover, " Royal Colors, *' Venable,s " A .Tap, " Shenandoah, " Mild Hurley " Georgia Beauty, « inch, Roosevelt's lliders, 12 inch. Mayo's No.l " May Apple, ■« . Township Navy, " Country Twist, Nosegay, White Bear Navy Strawberry Twist, AND ALL POPULAR BRANDS OF SMOKING TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES, jjgf"Give me a coll. CHARLES ESHMAIX, Sr. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. FORTSKFISLP & SULLIVAN. 1 (ESTABLISHED 188-4.) Dp-to-Date Mattress Makers and Upholsterers, WEST MARKET ST., NEAR DEPOT. Varnishing, cliair caning, gluing and furniture repairing. A firs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 August 1899

Volume 1, Number 79. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Readers. Mr. B. D. Deehert, of tills place, spent several days In Baltimore this week. Twenty-one car loads of cattle from Kentucky passed through here yesterday for export. Russell Saum returned to Harrisonburg last night. He has been visiting relatives near Woodstock. Mies Lavlnia Dechert, who has been away visiting friends, returned to her home in this city yesterday. Master Francis Holliugs worth, who has been spending his vacation at Woodstock, returned home last night. There will be communion services at the Greenmount church on Saturday next, by the German Baptist, beginning at 2 p. m. Col. I). H. Lee Martz and Ed. S. Conrad, Esq., are at Mt. Sidney today attending a quarterly conference of the M. E. Church, South. Mrs. S. W. Heard, of McLeansboro, Ill., daughter of Hon. John T. Harris, arrived in this city yesterday on a visit to her father a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 August 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! TUESDAY, AUGUST B,ISOO. SOUTHERN DEVELOPMENT. The Textile Excelsior, published in Charlotte, N. C.. collates a number of interesting facts in regard to the rapidly growing diversity of textile manufacture in the South. Its exhibit will surprise many persons who fancy the South is producing only a ■lew lines of coarse cotton goods. Charlottesville, Va., to begin with, has two factories, one of which wakes fige knitted underwear and tho all-wool military goods, gray and blue, such as are worn by cadets and soldiers. Much of the product of the latter factory has been used recently in the Federal army. There are 31 other woolen milh'in Virginia, which make casitneres, kerseys, linseys, blankets, jeans, and woolen yarns. Of similar woolen mills North Carolina has seven, Georgia, live; Mississippi, two; Texas, three; Arkansas, Beven ; Tennessee, twentys...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 August 1899

The Evening News. TUESDAY, AUGUSTB,IBO9. MEASURING OF VELOCtffift Photographing In the One Hundred ThMtundth Fart of a Second. The new' photochronograph,. designed for the United States government to test the velocity of cannon-balls,, has "been completed by Professor John A.ißra(hear at his Alleghany workshops.. George Squire, lieutenant of artillery, at {Fortress Monroe, has gone to Pittsburg* to» inspeo t the new apparatus. The new'machine Is the second one made for the. government by Professor Brashear and,has many valuable Improvements over the,first'one, .although the main;principles.have notjbeen changed. Lieutenant. Squire and Dr. Crehore, one of the inventors,ihavefeevere- ly tested the wonderful'/apparatns,)and It has met all the expectatlonsof'the 'government experts. It is very< simple, 1 but is possessed of great accuracy. In the present Instrument but .onet single lever Is used to fire the, gun, to start the tuning fork ■to vibrate, ,to open the main shuttcJ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 August 1899

STANDARD BRftflDS OF TOBACCO ' 'INSTANTLY K ITT AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE ANt) sold by THE piece, plug, POUND oh box. Country merchants lire specially invited to mil and examine my stock. Why send off and pay freight, when you can buy the same goods right at home, at the same price? Hanes' Natural Leaf, Schnapps, (I inch. Electric, (»inch Drummond's Natural Leaf, Eariy Bird, <> inch, jl> .tfjhew, Patterson's 4 Westover, " Royal Colors, 44 Veil able, s ' A Jap. 44 Shenandoah. Mild Burjey '• Georgia Beauty, <i inch, Roosevelt's Riders, 12 inch. Mayo'sNo.l * 4 May Apple. ■/ . Township Navv, Country Twist, Nosegay, White Bear Navy. Strawberry Twist, AND ALL POPULAR BRANDS OF SMOKING TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES. JSSfGive me a call. CHABLES KNIIM A>. Sr. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CEAKENDON. DRAW COMPARISON. IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN m Bating Our Ice Cream, Kt TRY IT AT OKCS And Make Your Comparison. YOU WILT. GIVE US YOUR FUTURE ORDERS....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 August 1899

Volume 1, Number 80. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. \ Gathered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Readers. llev. Rob White Is now at Coliicelio* Supt. T. C. Prince, of the B. & ()., was in this city yesterday. Mr. Robert Priest, of Franklin, W. Va., was in this city yesterday. Next Saturday the Democratic legislative primaries will be held. Gen. John E. Roller left here yesterday evenlug on a business trip. Mr. M. C. Shaffer left here yesterday afternoon on a business trip to New York. Don't forget about the Horse Show at the race track near Assembly Park. August 10th and 17th. Master Guy Lurty has returned from a visit of several weeks to friends in Frederick City, Md. Mr. Sam'l R. Allebaugh, Sr., of Lucey Springs, was a visitor in town today. He is one of our best, known citizens. A. P. Gladden, of Newport News, is 011 a visit to Mt. Crawford, his old home, having refugeed to escape the yellow fever. Horses an; now being practiced...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 August 1899

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BV lOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Fostofllce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.] WEDNESDAY, AUGUST .9,1899. THI WEEKLY BECOBD. The Weekly Kkcouh will be the name of the new weekly published by the Evening Newh. The Reuoku will be a four page eight column paper, and will contain a condensation of all the local matter published in the Eveninu News. It can readily be observed that with all the local Information contained in the dally that we will be enabled to print a really tine weekly, a paper that will stand on Its merits. Although the circulation of the Evening Newh has steadily increased, there are many in this county who are unable to get their mail every day, and therefore a daily is not of so much advantage to tliein. To those people the weekly will be the next best thing. Like the Kvkninu Nkwh, the Wkeki.y Record will devote itw entire energy to the upbuilding of Rockingham County. Politics will be relegated to the lear,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 August 1899

The Evening News* WEDNDSDA Y, A UGUST 9,1809. GOLDCNROD. 1 know a field, a sunny field. But not in sunny France, And there is neither glint of shtettl Nor gleam of pennofjed lance, Nor does the wind toss knightly plume* Nor silken tents unfold, And yet in autumn it becomes The field of the cloth of gold. For when the haze of summer days Has melted from the skies And we, without reproof, may gaze Up into heaven's eyes, A host their plumes and banners whake In joust with breezes bold, And goldenrod's bright champions maka The field of the cloth of gold. The butterflies with blazoned wings Are hera Ads for the fight, And many * lovely lady flings Her token to her knight. , And so amid their gorgeous suit* With pomp and wealth untold, - Bummer and autumn royally meet On the field of the cloth of gold. Hartford in St. Nicholas. FEAR OF RAIN IN CUBA. The Ifll Effect of Water Is Not • Mara Superstition There The average Cuban is dreadfully afraid of rainwater. He believes that drenching in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 August 1899

STANDARD BRANDS OF TOBACCO CONSTANTLY KEPT AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE AND SOUD BY THE PIECE, P/iUG, POUND OR BOX. Couutry merchants are specially invited to rail and examine my stock. Why send off and pay freight, when you can buy tiie same goods right at home, at the same price? Hanes' Natural Leaf, Schnapps, (»inch. Electric. «» inch Drummond'sNatural Leaf, Karj.v Jiird, «» inch. jll .Tijhew, Patterson's • Wast over, Royal Colors, •' JmPW®' B 1 A Jap. " Shenandoah. MUu Burley '• Georgiaßeality, tt inch, Roosevelt's Riders, 12 inch. Mayo'sNo.l " May Apple, ■# . Township Navy, Country Twist, Nosegay, White Rear Navy Strawberry Twist, AND ALL POPULAR RRANRS OK SMOKING TOBACCO AND CIGARICTTKS. me u call. CHABLES EBHMAJN, Wi-. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. DRAW THE COMPARISON. IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN m Eating Our Icc Cream, fe try it at once And Make Your Comparison. YOU WILL GIVE US YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. You want) the Best! we Make it. Delivered any place at any time. All fla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 August 1899

Volume 1, Number 81. NEAR NEIGHBORS. NEWS FROM BRIDGEWATER, DAYTON, AND M'GAHEYSVILLE. Death from Lockjaw nt Dayton, as n Result of Pinch fork Wound in Foot. FROM DAYTON. Dayton, August 10.—While playing at Mr. La Tollelles on August 4th, Charles Aklrs, hurt the top of his foot on a pitchfork. The day following the wound pained him and physicians were called, who did all they could. He exposed himself though, and lock-jack set in, from which lie died on the evening of August 9th. The interment was on .Sunday, Revs. Childress and Dolly conducting the services. Mr. Akirs, the father of the child, is engaged in ralirond work in West Virginia and could not get here for the burial. The family has the sympathy of the community. Miss Kenney, of Columbus, Ohio, is visiting Mrs. Herman Kenney on High street. Miss Kenney is one of the most accomplished artists of the day. Misses Alta anil Dora Funkhouser, of Roanoke, paid Dayton a call this week. They notice many improvements since they left ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 August 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postoffloe at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.l THURSDAY, AUGUST 10,1899. REFUSES THE GIFT. The Board of Supervisors of Frederick County must feel a very considerable asperity toward the people of Winchester, having refused every proposition made by the elty in the market square dispute. If we have been rightly informed as to the reading of the grant of Lord Fairfax, lie gave the courthouse square to both county and town for jolut use. The county building's occupy übout onehalf of the grounds, and it looks us if the county wants to occupy very nearly the other half as a hitching yard for horses, this shutting the city out of joint occupancy. Mr. ('. B. Rouss lately made an offer to the county of a hitching place with buildings for better accommodations than an open space can give, with ample sheds to protect the horses hitched, all of which were to be maintained in good order bv the city, but a...

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