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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 October 1899

The Evening News. MON!>A Y. OCTOBER 2, IS'JO. VOORHEES' WIT LOST. Tfce Fat Mun Upon Whom He Tried It Hnng the Jury Agalnat His Client. "The greatest jury orator 1 ever listened to in my life was the late Daniel W. Voorhees," said a well-known New Orleans lawyer tc a Times-Democrat man. "He hud a jovial presence, a great, resonant bass voice and a bearing so singularly compelling that I know of nothing except the trite word 'magnetic' that begins to define its effect. I heard him in a murder trial at Louisville, and his speech on that occasion was prefaced by a most amusing incident which I have never neen in print. "It was a very warm day, and the fourtroom was packed to suffocation. As Voorhees arose to begin his argument lie cast his eye over the jury and discovered that one of the members had fallen asleep. Frowning with indignation, he motioned to one of the court officials, and in a few seconds the slumberer was shaken rudely into consciousness. lie was a fat, timid-...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 October 1899

n- WHEN IN NEED OF Job Printing CALL. AT - THE EVENING NEWS OFFICE, Having recently purchased the largest printing- office outfit ever in the Valley, we are prepared to do promply all kinds of Plain and Fancy Job Printing IN THE BEST STYLE. A. V ♦ ■■■* Satisfaction Guaranteed NOT CHEAP PRINTING, BUT GOOD CHEAP. i 4 GIVE US YOUR NEXT ORDER t.tii Respectfully, -r-'i . ' ■ifi I Jth «. {■ THE evening News. WEST MARKET STREET. The Evening News. MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1899. The Hoosler Star Vocalists. Enough has already been said of these yoeaiists. but to enlighten the public as to who they really are, I will give you a brief sketch of their life and work. G. E.'Winston, manager and proprietor of the 1 loonier Star Vocalists, of Indianapolis, Irnl., was born in Richmond, Va., where lie lived until about sixteen years ago, at which time he left for the northwest, to ply the trade at which lie had worked since boyhood. After working several years as a tobacconist he embarked in the musical pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 127. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (lathered lor Hie Informal ion and lteuellt of Our Evening Renders. Price of wheat toiluv (Hi cents. The City Council meets tonight. John I\ Burke's Hardware Store. We are on the down grade toward the end of this century. James M. liowman, of Front Royal, arrived here last night. The "barefoot boy" is quite scarce now, especially of mornings. Miss Annie Dwyer left this morning for Staunton to attend the carnival. i W. H. Hawkins, a commercial traveler, was In our city yesterday. W. O. McCorkle was among the departures on the Southern yesterday evening. J. Carr Effinger, traveling salesman, left here yesterday evening going south. Mr. Wm. Bueher was among the arrival yesterday evening on the B. & O. train. Mr. E. L. Dechert was among the arrivals here Monday night on the Southern train. There is a good deal less seen of ladies on the streets now than a month or two ago. Quite a number of our p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 October 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Poatoftlce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.'l TUESDAY, OCTOBER ISM. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOlt THE STATU SENATE. TO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM CONUTY: —1 hereby announce myself nil Independent candidate for tlio State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1890. CHAK. .1. ItROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. 15, 18S>1>. FOR THE HOUSE OF DELEGATUS. k T the request of a large number of voters A. in Rockingham county I hereby an- . Bounce lny candidacy for the House or Delegates for the next, term of our Virginia. Legislature, and respectfully solicit the vote of every qualified voter within my county. If, "however," the Republicans of Rockingham decide to hold a nominating convention I will submit my claims to said convention. Very respectfully, C. D. HARNSBEIIGER. Grottoes, Va., Aug. 15. 1899. alO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM COUNTY:—At the request of friends and voters in Ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 October 1899

The Evening News. TUESDAY. OCTOHICR :i, ISM). LIVING IN A SUN BOX, A New Australian, Institution (•■ the Treatment of Consumption. v In two Australian towns away up in the mountains there are now institutions for the treatment of consumption by the "new method," which calls for little beside fresh air and food. The "sun box," which the Australian doetors consider essential, is described by the Melbourne .Argus as a frame structure, open at tiie top, about six by ten feet in size. "Why, I lived in a sun box for years when I first came to the country, but we used to call it a hut in (hose days!" some readers will be reaAy to exclaim. There is this difference, however, between a hut and a sun box, that the former is a fixture, unless a bush fire or a hurricane comes along, whereas a sun box should be constructed on u pivot, or, failing that, on wheels, so that its front may be readily turned nway from the wind. The reason is ihat while fresh, pure air and sunlight mean renewed health t...

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

A NEW PROPOSITION! The Roller flQills Have decided to give the citizens of Harrisonburg the advantage of wholesale prices on Flour and Mill Feed this Fall and Winter. Crescent, - - $3.95. Virginia Star, - - 3.55. Peoples' Choice, 3.40. Extra. 3.00. These prices are subject to change without notice, as the price of wheat advances or declines. This proposition will save to the consumer the profit usually made by the dealer or middle man. We Have Been Repeatedly Requested to Favor the Local Consumers, in this way, and have had the matter under consideration for some time, and have now decided it to be the best business policy. SOSENDYOURORDERSDIRECTTOTHEMILL and the flour or feed will be delivered to any part of the eity. jgp- Telephone orders from Cootes' Drug Store. Southern Railway. SCHEDULE BETWEEN Wuxliliiitt.mwlVlHiiiißSHH ami Hari'lnoiibiu ;; In Effect Mav 7th. 1899. NO;.TIIIU>UNI>. J N<>. U jN" HO V„. TJ. I,v 11 n rrisonlntrtftf r» Ia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 12K LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. lay $ , y Gathered for t lie Informal ion nnd Itenollt of Our Evening Readers. John P. Burke's Hardware Store. Price of wheat today (!0 cents. ji>4o Miss Madge Driver arrived home here Tuesday evening. M. 15. Lewis, Esq., arrived home Tuesday night on 0.30 train. Miss Gertrude Wakenight went to Staunton today to attend the carnival. Mr. M. V. Sheeliy returned hotne Tuesday* night from Washington, f). C. . Capt. T. C. Trlnee, of the B. & O. Railroad was in town Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Clias. A. Hammer, Deputy U. S. Collector, of this city, arrived here Tuesday night. Mr. William Feutchenbergor was among the departures on the B. &0. Railroad train Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. I. Paul Fletcher, who hasbeen In tli4 hospital at Baltimore for the _ past three weeks, is reported to he ''improving. \£rs. Dora Woodson went to Staunton this morning, being called there ' by the Critical ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 October 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EJTCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the PostolHce at Harrisonburg aw second-class mat ter.l WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 4. JS'Ji). ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOB THE STATE SENATE. rilO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM A CONUTY I hereby announce myself nil independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for 011 tile 7th day of November, 1899. CHAN. .1. iIItOCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. ir>, 1899. FOI! THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. AT the request of a large number of voters In Hocklnghani county 1 hereby aniiounce my ciuididftcy for the Houro 01 Dolegates for the next term of our VlrginfaLegislature, and respectfully solicit the vote of every qualified voter within my county, ii, "however," the Republicans of Hoeklnglmm decide to hold a nominating convention I will submit my claims to said convention. Very respectfully, C. 1). HAItNSBEItGEIi. Grottoes, Va., Aug;. 15. 1899 riM) THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM A COUNTY:—At the request of friends and voters in Rock...

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

The Evening News, WEDNESDA Y, OCTOBER 4, 1599. MILLET'S «GLEANER&" fffeaae be Thy faithful children, Lord, Tha gleaners of the fleld; Vh»*l:olden-loaded wains are gone with all the harvest's yield; Tat soma few scattered straws are left. Which diligence may find; A thousand sheaves he took away That left not om behind. Across the stubble fleld I hear Bweet revelry and din. As when the reaper to his barns Draws his last wagon In; He thanks. Thee, Lord, with merriment And custom-honored praise, While round about his naked fields The gleaners go their ways. ■mall thought has he for those who pinch And wear their lives away, With just enough of strength and hope To keep the wolf at bay; His is the lot of better blood Than flows in common veins; For him, O Lord, Thy sun doth shin# And fall Thy gentle rains. What matters It when winds do howl And snow Alls all the sky, That others huddle In their huts To hunger, freete and die? Has he not used his talent well. And thanked Thee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 October 1899

A NEW PROPOSITION! The HaPPisoftkttfQ filling Co. Has decided to give the citizens of Harrisonburg the advantage of wholesale prices on Flour and Mill Feed this Fall and Winter. Crescent, - - $3.95. Virginia Star, - - 3.55. Peoples' Choice, 3.40. Extra. - 3.00. These prices are subject to change without notice, as the price of wheat advances or declines. This proposition will save to the consumer the profit usually made by the dealer or middle man. We Have Beee Repeatedly Requested te Favar the Local Consumers, in this way, and have had the matter under consideration for some time, and have now decided it to be the best business policy. SO SEND YOURORDERSDIRECTTOTHE MILL and the flour or feed will be delivered to any part of the city, jg- Telephone orders from Cootes' Drug Store. Southern Railway. SCHEDULE BETWEEN Washington* Man asHas and Harrisonburg In Effect May 7th. 1899. NOHTIIBOUND. No. 14.1 No. 80. No. 72. Lv. Ilarrinoiihurg fti4sam *810pm f 751pm Linville .t • !owans Brond ...

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

Volume 1, Number 129. IN THE TRANSVAAL THE TWO CONTEND!?!*; FORCES DRAWING TOGETHER. Reported tliat llie British Have Invaded the Orange Free Stale. IJLOKMKONTKIN, OItANUH PlilSI! Static, Oct. 4. —The Landrost of Bishof telegraphs tliat the British troops have crosscd tho border Irom Kiinberley, Capo Colony. London, Oct. 4.—Tho Standard's correspondent at Newcastle, Natal, telegraphing Monday night, nays: "The forward movement of tho Boer forces, which threaten tlie Natal frontier, has been suddenly arrested. A majority of theburghers who had gathered on the heights northeast and east of Newcastle have fallen back on their original base near Sandspruit. The motive can only be conjectured." London, Oct. 4.—Lloyds publishes a report that the (?old valued at £500,000 and in transit lias been seized by the Transvaal authorities. A special dispatcli from Pretoria, dated Monday, says that the meeting of the Kaad adjourned at 11 o'clock in the morning, and that oniy a legal quorum of membe...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BT ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg an second-class matter.! THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1899. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOB THE STATE SENATE. rpO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM X CONIJTY: —I hereby announce myself nil iiidependentifcaiididate lor tlie State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. CHAS. J. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. 15,1899. FOR THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. AT the request of a large number ol voters In Rockingham county 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the House of Delef fates for the next term of our Virginia Legislature, and respectfully solicit' the vote of every qualified voter within my county. If, '■however," the Republicans of Rockingham decide to bold a nominating convention I will submit my claims to said convention. Very resnectfully, C. D. HARNSBEIUiER. Grottoes, Va., Aug. 15, 189'J rpo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM _L COUNTY:—At the request of friends and voters In Rockingham County, 1 hereb...

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

The Evening News. THURSDAY, OCT OH ISM). A Communication. Editor Evening News: From the columnwof a recent issue or the Hlietinndoah Vnlle.v, published in Now Market on the 2Kth nit., referring; to tile program of the Kuuuicipation Celebration held in that, eity on the t!2ii nit.. I notice the following comment upon the oration delivered l>y your humble servant, all of which, in justice to myself mid the association, which invited me to participate hi the program, makes it: imperative for me to submit this uneKotistie, humble reply. "Tile master of ceremonic it sa.vs, "after a snort sp: •. !i, introduced K"v\ It. Kox, of liuvrirtonhnrjj. Whilst. Kev. Kox is quite a fluent speaker and has considerable ability as an orator,his address' was occupied too much with dead issues and saturated too much with rancorous went i meats, rather ee leu la ted to stir up race prejudice than to promote the interests of :he cojorcd people and preserve t !-o peaceful relations now existing b...

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

A NEW PROPOSITION! The HaPPisonbaFg filling Co. Has decided to give the citizens of Harrisonburg the advantage of wholesale prices on Flour and Mill Feed this Fall and Winter. Crescent, - - 53.95. Virginia Star, - - 3.55. Peoples' Choice, 3.40. Extra. 3.00. These prices are subject to change without notice, as the price of wheat advances or declines. • . This proposition will save to the consumer the profit usually made by the dealer or middle man. We Have Been Repeatedly Requested to Favor the Local Consumers, in this way, and have had the matter under consideration for some time, and have now decided it to be the best business policy. SOSENDYOURORDERSDIRECTTOTHE MILL and the flour or feed will be delivered to any part of the city, ggj- Telephone orders from Coot.es' Drug Store. Southern Railway. SCHEDULE BETWEEN Washington, Manassas and Harrisonburg In Effect Mav 7th. 1809. NOIITII BOUND. No. 14. No. !10. No. 72. Lv. Harrisonburg t CiArWlin •BlOpm f 75lpm Liiivllie CowatiH Broad w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 130. IN THE TRANSVAAL THE KRITISH HAVE HELD UP THEIR FINAL RKI'LV. The Military Activity on Roth Sides Continues, and tile Rocrs Determined. London, Oct. 4.—The most interesting announcement today in connection with the Transvaal crisis is that the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Sir Michael Flicks-Beach, lias already sanctioned the provisional expendi- ture of £3,00(1,00(1 (about $15,000,000) and that the Government will not exceed that limit without authority from Parliament, which will be asked to vote a sum not exceeding £8,000,000 ($40,000,000). A meeting of the war board discussed and drew up arrangments to insure the safety of the route from Durban to Eaings Neck so thatlarge bodies of troops may. on disembarkation, be rapidly forwarded up the country to the front without confusion or crowding at the base of supplies. It is stated that the War Office has decided that tiie armj corps for service in South Africa shall be much larger than originally estimated and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 October 1899

The Evening News* 'UULISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofllce at Harrisonburg second-clans matter. 1 Fit I DAY, OCTOBER <>. !«■ ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THE STATU SENATE. rpo THE VOTERS OF HOCKINGIIAM X COMITY: —I hereby announce liiysell nil Independent candidate for the State Scan l<\ to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1891). (lIIAS. .1. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Auk. If'. 3H99. FOll THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. AT the request of a large number '' f voters in Rockingham county I hereby uunounce my candidacy for the House ot Delegates for t be next term of our \ lrglnfn Legislature, and respectfully solicit the vote ot every tiuiilifleil voter within my county, it, "however," the Republicans of Rockingham decide to bold a nominating convention I will submit my claims to said convention. Very resnectfully, ('. |). HARNSBEnOER. ' Grottoes, Va., Aug. 315, 1899 riio THE VOTERS OK ROCKINGHAM X COUNTY:—At the request of me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 October 1899

The Evening News. FUIUA Y, OCTOBER 0, ISO!). A Communication. Editor Evening- News: Continued from yesterday. And ho the Constitution, crliusomed with the blood of our ancestors, who fought in the famed wars of 1775, 1812 and 1801 protest, and adorn us, not as negroes, not as colored Americans, not ns related to Africa, but ns American citizens. Now dear reader, I ask in all condor, pursuant to tlie outlines of my discourse, is there auything here that would indicate a ressurector of race prejudice to a sane mind On the 4tli of ,luly { when every patriotic American citizen unites in celebrating the Declaration of Independence, and the orator of the occasion amid vociferous applause leaps upon flights of oratory, and rehearses the history of thisgriind Hepublic, referring at the same time to the days of its adversity, would Great Rrltain be justified in accusing that man with seekiug to mar the peaceful relations now existing l>etween her and the United States? If not then...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 October 1899

A NEW PROPOSITION! rhe Ha pp isonbaFg filling Co. Has decided to give the citizens of Harrisonburg the advantage of wholesale prices on Flour and Mill Feed this Fall and Winter. Crescent, - - 53.95. Virginia Star, - - 3.55. Peoples' Choice, 3.40. Extra. 3.00. These prices arc subject to change without notice, as the price of wheat advances or declines. This proposition will save to the consumer the profit usually made by the dealer or middle man. We Have Been Repeatedly Requested to Favor the Local Consumers, in this way, and have had the matter under consideration for some time, and have now decided it to be the best business policy. SOSENDYOURORDERSDIRECTTOTHEMILL and the flour or feed will be delivered to any part of the city. Telephone orders from Cootes' Drug Store. Southern Railway. SCHEDULE BETWEEN Washington, Manassas and Harrisonburg In Effect Mav 7tli. 1899. NORTHBOUND. No. 14. No. :10. No. 72. Lv. Harrisonburg f(»4sam *.tlOpm *t* 7H li>m Linville I Broadway.......

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

Volume 1, Number 131. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (iatlicred lor the Informal ion and Benefit of Our Evening Headers. John P. Burke's Hardware Store. Price of wheat today <i~ cents. Election day just one month from Friday. A few more frosts will send out the 'possum hunter. The frost is on the pumpkin and the corn is in the shock. Miss Lena Woodson was among the arrivals on the B. & O.yesterday evening. Considering the variety and quantity the apples are rather poor in quality this year. The (5 rand Encampment of Confederate Veterans meets at Pulaski, Va., October lltli to 13th. Mr. W. F. Driver, of Tlmberville, has gone to Richmond to take a course in pharmacy. llappy is the citizen wliosecoal-bin is full and his stoves in order—if he hus his stovepipe up. Chestnuts, buckwheat cakes, hominy and taxtickets are the near approaching luxuries to look out for. Kneely Downing's new residence at Keeisletown isneai-ingcompletlon, and wh...

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

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Post office at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1809. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR TIIK STATE SENATE. mo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM A CONUTY: —I hereby announce myself nn independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. CIIAS. .1. JUIOCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. 15,1899. FOR THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. AT the request of a large number of voters in Rockingham county 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the House or Delegates for the next term of our Virginfa Legislature, and respectfully solicit the vote of every qualified voter within my county, if, "however," the Republicans of Rockingham decide to hold a nominating convention I will submit, my claims to said convention. Very resne^tfullv, |C. I). IIARNSBERGER. Grottoes, Va., Aug. 15. 1899. mo THE VOTERS OF ROCKTNGHAM X C< )IJNTY: —At Ihe request of friends and voters in Rockingham Co...

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