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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 August 1899

The Evening News. THURSDAY, A UGIJSTIO, 1809. THE PRODUCE MARKETS As Reflected by Healings In Pliiladel- plila and Haiti more. Philadelphia, Fob. 1. —Flour weak; winter superfine, $2.50**2.75; Pennsylvania roller, clear, $3.25@3.45; city mills, extra, live flour tirm at $3.20@3.30 per barrel for choice Pennsylvania. Wheat weak; No. 2 red, spot, 76<Q576%c. Corn dull; No. 2 mixed, spot, old, 41^4@41%c.; do. do., new, 40*4@40 1 /fcc.; No. 2 yellow, new, for local trade, Oats quiet and steady; No. 2 white, 3614 c.; No. 2 white, clipped, 36%®37c. Hay steady; choice timothy, $11.50 for large bales. Beef steady; beef hams, $18.50@19. Pork steady; family. $12*/12.50. Lard quiet; western steamed, $5.90. Butter firm; west* ern creamery, 14@19c.; do. factory, 12@ 14c.; Elgins, 19c.; imitation creamery, 13@ 16% c.; New York dairy, 13@17<% cfo. creamery, 14@18%c.: fancy Pennsylvania prints jobbing at 21<Ti24c.; do. wholesalo, 20c. Cheese llrm; large, white and co...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 August 1899

STANDARD BRANDS of tobacco CONSTANTLY KEPT AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE AflD SOLD BY THE PIECE, PLUG, POUND OR BOX. Country uivrclitiuU are specially Invited tu call anil examine my stuck. Wb.v scud ntf mid freight, when you «an buy the same goods at liimiiu, at the eauie price? Hanes' Natural Leaf, SeliiiuijpK. tf lucli. Electric, r> Inch Drummond'g Natural Leaf, Kariy Bird, 6 Inch. lßSjhew, Patterson's • Westover, " Itoyal Colors. " Venable.s ' A .lap. " Shenandoah. Mild Burley '■ Oeorgla Beauty, « Inch, Koosovelt's Itlders, 12 inch. Mayo"* No. 1 •' llay Apple. •< Township Navy, Country Twist, Nosegay, White Bear Navy Strawberry Twist, AND ALL POPULAIt BHANDS OF KMOKIXO TOBACCO ANl> CIUAHKTTKS. BW-Glve me a call. CHARLES BSHMAW, Sr. NEXT DOOK TO HOTEL CLAIIENDON. DRAW THE COMPAKISOH. IF YOU HAVP:N'T BEEN M Eating Our Ice Gpeam, fe TRY IT AT OKCS And Make Your Comparison. YOU WILE GIVE US YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. you want the Best! we Make i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 August 1899

Volume 1, Number 82. OUR OWN COUNTY. AN EMPIRE EMBRACED IN 0L1) ROCKINGHAM. % Its Resources are Scarcely Realized .Even by Our Own People. There are but few of our people, although they have lived all of their lives in this county, who know all about Rockingham. We are without the necessary data to give a full expose of or do full justice to the subject at this time, although we have contemplated the matter for some time. Rut the issuance of a new weekly paper here (in addition to our daily issue) presents an auspicious occasion to suy something of the great county of Rockingham. If the reader does not find herein all that he wants to know, we invite him to wait until wo can take up the variolic sections in detail, lis lias tieen tlit* purpose of this paper from the time when we began the periodic mention of certain industries in several sections of the county, which have already appeared in the Evening News. Those "write ups" were generally made with too much haste to do justice to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 August 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY KOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postoftlce at Harrisonburg as second-claHs matter.! FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. 1599. IT IS IN THE BLOOD. Both political parties have endeavored to make an issue out of the "expansion" policy, but it. is not at all probable that any positive or definite stand will be taken lty either at the coming national conventions. This question of expansion, annexation, or conquest, by whatever name it may be called, is a matter of deep-seated sentiment, something that is in the blood, and no political party can bind its members either for or against it. Most men who are what are termed expansionists, annexationists, or imperialists have inherited traits of character or a form of patriotism that naturally lead them to that way of thinking. With many it is almost a religious belief that it-is the duty and destiny of tills nation to broaden its domains and extend its form of by example or argument to the more enlightened...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 August 1899

The Evening News. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, ISO!). taTing Silver at the Mint. Perhaps the most interesting scheme for the recovery of waste silver at the local mint is that applied to the utensils of the melting gang. The big iron stirring rods, the flippers, the strainers and the ladies that pome in contact •with the molten metal are laid aside at Intervals and sent down stairs. They are covered with what looks like brown rust, but is really oxidixed silver. Suppose, to digress a moment, one desired to get a coat of paint off the outside of a house. In such event the plan of scraping away the house and leaving the .shell of paint standing Would be regarded as somewhat eccentric, yet that is substantially the method adopted at the mint. The implements are placed in baths of sulphuric add, which attacks the iron or steel, but leaves the silver untouched. Little by little a strainer, for instance, will entirely disappear. That is to say, the original strainer disappears and leaves in its pla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 August 1899

STANDARD brands of tobacco CONSTANTLY IvEI"JJ AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE AND SOLD BY THE PIECE, PLUG, POUND OR BOX. Country merchants are specially invited to call and examine my stock. Why semi oft 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 Drummoml'sNatural Leaf, Wariy itlrd, <> inch. jit Sjhew, Patterson's* ' Wcstover, " Jtoyal Colors, " Venable,s 4 A .lap. " Shenandoah. " Mild Hurley '• Georgia, lleauty, ft inch, Roosevelt's Kiders, 12 inch. Mayo'sNo.l *' May Apple. ■/ Township Navy, Country Twist, Nnscgav, White Hear Navy Strn.wberry Twist, AND ALL POPI'LAK lIKAXDS OF SMOKING TOHACCO AND CTGAKKTTKS. g&MHve me a call. CHARLES BBHMAN, SaSr. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. DRAW THE COMPARISON dL, IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN m Bating Oup Ice dream, TRY IT AT OHCe And Make Your Comparison. YOU WILL GIVE US YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 August 1899

Volume 1, Number 83. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for lite Informal ion and Benefit of Our Eveniug Readers. There will be plenty of room in church for you tomorrow. Miss Annie P.ucher, of Bridge water, is visiting in Highland county. Miss .Tulla Priest, of Franklin, died suddenly Saturday last. She was well known here. Miss Charlotte Richardson, of New York, arrived here last night to visit relatives anil friends. Miss Sarah Points, of North Afain street, who lias been absent on a visit, returnd home last night. The work on the new residence being erected by Mr. John Hawse is being pushed along rapidly. Mr. C. E. Olhausen, of Pittsburg, Pa., arrived today on a visit to his brother, Dr. Frank Olhausen. Every act in the monster program, as seen in John Robinson's great circus, is a relevation to t lie people. This city was threatened witli a thunder and rain storm yesterday evening, which passed around, however. Mr. Daniel Riser, of Wisconsin, for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 August 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB T B. SMYTHE. Entered in tbe Postoftice at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! SATURDAY, AUGUST ll\ 1899. There are men who claim to be humanitarians anil who are continually tinkering with little abuses, the correction of which they assume to be of great importance to mankind, while the great evils which aillict society receive no attention from them. They seek the reputation of being lovers of their kind, without having to sacrifice anything in order to gain it. They are like the .voung woman in a New England town to whom a fortunewas be queathed. She had a missionary spirit and called the deacons of her church around her to know where she ought to go to bestow her grace and means in saving sinners. The good deacons spoke of Timbuctoo and India. "But," said she, "Is not Paris, too, a very bad place?" They said it was; full of fashion, frivolity and wickedness. She said she thought site would try Paris Hint. The West Indies...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 August 1899

The Evening News. SATURDAY, AUGUST\IL>, ISO!). THE EM) OF A BANDIT HOW SAM BASS MET A VIOLENT DEATH IN A TEXAS TOWN. The Sliootlnc of tlie Notorious Desperado Was tlie Outcome of a Deliberate Murder Committed l»y One of Ills Gann of Outlaws. "In the little town of Round Rock, in Williamson county, Tex., not more than 30 miles distant from Austin, repose the remains of one of the most desperate highwaymen that ever operated in our section," said Mr. X. N. Crocker of the Lone Star State to a reporter. "It was in the spring of 18TS that Sam Bass met his fate in this sleepy little town, and when he died .with his boots on the southwest was rid of a criminal who was easily the peer of Jesse James, though he hadn't quite as long a run as that noted outlaw. Bass was a product of Michigan—at least, his sister, a gentle girl, came down from some town in that state to see that his body was decently interred. "Bass had collected about him a company of as hardened thieves as ever eng...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 August 1899

STANDARD BRANDS of tobacco CONSTANTLY KEI'T AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AMD CIGAR STORE AND SOLD BY THE PIECE, PLUG, POUND OR BOX. Country merchant* arc specially invited to call ami examine my stock. Why semi off and pay freight, when you can buy the same j-'ooils right at home, at the same price? Hanes'Natural Leaf. Schnapps, (> inch. Electric, i» Inch DrummowVsNatural Leaf. Eariv Bird. «i inch. IB .tf^hew, Patterson's • Westover. " Itoyal Colors, *' Venable,s ' A Jan. " Shenandoah, " Mild Burjey •• Georgia Beauty. 0 inch, Itooseviit's Riders, 12 inch. Mayo'sNo.l " May Apple. Township Navy, " Country Twist. Nosegay. White Bear Navy SI raw berry Twist. AND ALL rOITLAIi RRANDS ()!•' SMOKING TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES. JSEfGIve me a call. CHARLES MOSS i:\I.V >. (Sr. NEXT IXIOK TO HOTEL CLAKENDON. DRAW THE COMPARISON. rfL, IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN m Eating Oup Ice dream, is TRY IT A,T OHCS And Make Your Comparison. YOU WILL GIVE US YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. you want trie u%i! me ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 August 1899

Volume 1, Number 84. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Information ami Benefit of Our Evening Readers. See tlie Horse and Colt Show advertisement In this paper. Hose Company No. 4 is booked for practice runs this afternoon. The colored camp meeting atShendun was largely attended yesterday. Dr. J.B. Amiss, of this city, arrived home on Saturday evening from a trip east. Mr, W. O. McCorkle, traveling salesman, spent Sunday here with his family. The finest specimens of horse flesh in the world are with John Kobinson's shows. The C. & W. R. It. ran an excursion train yesterday between Elkton and Itridgewater. A considerable amount of freshly broken stone lias lately l>een put on the Valley Turnpike. Mr. Joseph Cavey spent Sundav here with his family. He is in the employ of the B. & O. IlniUvay. Mr. Ben. Fultz Bpent Sunday here among his old friends, of whom he has many. He is now in business in New Market. Miss ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 August 1899

The Evening News* PUIILISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postoftlce at Harrisonburg a* second-class matter.] MONDAY, AUGUST N. ISO!). It is wondered if 1 lie newspaper item about a St. Louis mother-in-law congratulating the wife of her son when she killed him, is intended as a rebuke to the author of the mother-in-law joke. It is gratifying to note that the man who rocks the pleasure boat just for fun, is scarcer than usual. He is, if anything, a little worse than the man who didn't know itwasloaded. It is a debateable question whether ' or not it is the intention of Mr. Hanna, when he reaches Jerusalem to be measured for his lislo and wings. Talking about a molasses trust, the promoters had better float.it in summer time. The stock will run slowly in cold weather. The Central Trades and Labor Union of Richmond has just adopted a resolution boycotting the products of tobacco trusts. Will the late Hague Congress be most remembered for what it accomplishe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 August 1899

The Evening News. MONDAY, AUGUST [14, ISO 9. TONS AND TONS OF GOLD. Twelve Hundred Miles of Enormomlj Rich Territory. If a pin be placed at Denver on the map, and another at Stockton, Gal., and a string be drawn from one to the other, an air line will be marked passing through the heart of a wonderfnl gold territory. Slightly to the north of Denver in Central City, and southwest of that city is Cripple Creek. Abont 30 miles to the north of the string Leadville will be found. In the southwest corner of Colorado will appear Telluride, Rioo and other points where gold is mined. Marysvale, in Utah, almost due south of Salt Lake City, will appear to the south of the string. Fifty miles to the north of it, near the line between Utah and Nevada, will appear Osceola. Deep Creek lies north of Osceola and on the southern edge of the great desert west of Salt lake. Detroit and several other rioh gold oamps are almost due east of Osceola. Pioche lies 100 miles south of the string, and the wonde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 August 1899

standard brands of tobacco - ('< INSTANTLY KEI'T AT | CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE AND SOLD BY THE PIECE, PLUG, POUND OR BOX. Country merchants arc specially invited I<> call and examine my stork. Why send off and /pay freight, when you can buy the same rijflit at linmc. Nt the same price? Hanes'Natural Leaf, Schnapps, <> inch. Electric. <5 inch Brummond's Natural Leaf, lOnri.v liird. ('• inch. illJOliew. Patterson's • Wcstover, "* ' Hoyal Colors, *' Vennble.s ' A.lan. " Shenandoah. Mild Hurley •• (icurjjia Hen 111 v. <> inch. Koosevi-It's Hiders. 12 inch. Mayo's No. 1 •• Mav Apple. '•# . Township Navy. Country Twist, Nosegay, White Jienr Navy Strawberry Twist, AND ALL POPULAR 15HANDS <)!•' SMOKING TOHACCO AND CKiAIUOTTKS. (Jive me a call. CHARLES l-WI!.H.V>.Si*. NEXT DIKIK TO HOTEL CLARENDON. DRAW THE COMPARISON. IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN M Eating Our Ice Gpeam, &am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 August 1899

Gftand Gala Day—Old John Robinson's Big Shoms, flapmsonbupg, Wednesday, August 23. The Evening News. Volume 1, Number 85. THE HORSE SHOW. TOMORROW WILL BE THE GREAT OPENING DAY. Ail Exhibition in which Every Citizen of Rockingham County is Interested. Tomorrow at 9:30 n. m., August 16th the first annual exhibition of the Rockingham Horse and Colt Show Association will open at their grounds adjoining Assembly Park at this place. Every citizen of Roekiqg"hau is directly or indirectly interested In this exhibition, and should make it a point to attend on one if not both days. The Evening News has from the very first shown much interest in this enterprise, because we have all along seen in it much of material interest to all of our people, and have at all times been desirous to see Rockingham taking an interest in this valuable enterprise, and therefore have not hesitated to use our exertions in its promotion as best we could, as the Evening News has and will continue to do in behalf of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 August 1899

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postoftlce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.] TUESDAY, AUGUST 1.7, ISO!). THE EDITOR'S BLESSING. Of times the publisher of a local paper is harshly criticised for omitting some items of news that should have appeared, and without knowing whether it was intentional or an oversight the readers accuse him of partiality, of catering to certain parties and ignoring others entirely. Now, dear readers, did you ever stop to-tliink how many things the publisher of a paper has to keep in mind, how many things he has to look up for issue, and how easy it is for you, yourself, to forget details during the week. Is there a month, a week, or even a day, that you do not forget and leave undone something yon had intended doing? You have simply your own business to look after, your own household to keep track of, while the publisher attempts to keep track of not only his own but that of everybody else. Have char...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 August 1899

The Evening News. TUBS OA y. AUG US 2 7.7, ISO!). THE WICKED KNORT. ■ft Makes Hon Trouble In Laplftßd flaa the Hoafulto, The sun was shining brightly through the window of the little wooden hut as 1 tumbled out of bed on Aug. 10 last ym, Three days' tramp from -the Norwegian coast ooros9 rough fields and spongy hogs, one long day of rowing .and. shooting rapIda, varied with spells of walking round the dangerous falls, had brought us late the night before to this little settlement In Lapland. The doien"lnhabitants, part Swedes, part Lapps, were already hard at work on their scanty harvest, and beyond the small field I oaught a glimpse of-the river, here widening but ■ into a glittering lake, shining like a sheet of silver, scarcely ruffled by a breath of wind. What a morning for a. bath I How gloriously refreshing to travel tired limbs! "Look out!" cried Jaok. "Tho room's full of them! Light up, quick!" H'sh! The air was suddenly shrill with tho high pitched, hungry whistle of tho mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 August 1899

STAfIDAf*D BRANDS OF TOBACCO CONSTANTLY KEPT 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 name goods right at home, at the name price? Hanes'Natural Leaf, Schnapps, 0 inch, Electric, <» Inch Drummond'sNatural Leaf. Enny Bird, 0 inch, lB .?f;)hew, Patterson's • NVestover, " Royal Colors, " Venable,s ' A Jap, " Shenandoah. Mild Burley '• Georgia Beauty, 0 Inch, Roosevelt's Riders, 12 inch. Mayo'sNo.l ' May Apple, . Township Navy, Country Twist, Nosegay, White Bear Navy Strawberry Twist, AND ALL POPULAR BRANDS OF SMOKING TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES. fs&'-Give me a call. <1I V lil >IOS ESHMAN, Sr. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. DRAW THE COMPARISON. AL, IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN I Eating ©up See Cream, t= TRY IT AT ONCS And Make Your Comparison. YOU WILL GIVE US YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. you want the Be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 August 1899

Grand Gala Day—Old John Robinson's Bid Shorns, (Xlednesday, August 23. Volume 1, Number 86. FOR THE TANNERY EIGHTY CAR-LOADS OF BARK IN ELEVEN DAYS. How the Company is Providing for Their Future Supply of This Necessity. Bark has been coining in for tlie use of the Harrisonburg Tannery at a pretty lively rate recently, and much money 1h being paid out and distributed among those people who usually furnish bark for tanning purposes. In the first eleven days of August, up to Saturday evening last, eighty ormorocar-loadsof bark have been placed in the sheds of the Harrisonburg Tannery, averaging about ten tons each. Some cars that are extra large carry eleven to twelve tons or ever, but the general average is about ten tons. Resides what is In the sheds here, the Broadway sheds belonging to the company are filling up rapidly, and it will not be long therefore until a full supply will be on hand. A great deal of bark is required by the Harrisonburg Tannery, and in fact thequestlon of ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 August 1899

The Evening News. PUHL.ISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.] WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1(1. ISM. POLITICAL ENIGMA. Among the arrivals on the steamer St. Paul at New York Saturday were Richard Crokcr, the great Tammany Chieftain, and ex-Speaker Thomas B. Reed. These gentlemen went to and returned from Europe as fellow passengers, and whilst both have long been political antipodes yet their cordiality on ship board has apparently ripened almost into affection. In fact they begin to use the snme language and think alike. "When Heperately interviewed on their return, Croker said, "Oh. Mr. Reed is a line companion and a good fellow." The response to the interview by Mr. Reed was just the same: "Oh. Mr. Croker is a fine companion and a good fellow." The language of these two representative men is remarkable, and more so on account of the similiarity. As Mr. Reed is about to settle in New York City to engage in law practice...

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