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

The Evening News. SATURDAY, OCTOi'.ICR T, ISO!). AN ARCTIC TRAGEDY. Sailor Keeps Vigil for Two Months by Side of Dead Companion. Was Faithful to the Promise lie Had Made—One of the Sad Incidents of the Wellnian Kipedltlon. lor two months in the arctic night mc of Wellman's sailors kept lonely vigil by the frozen body of his comrade, li. H. Baldwin, a member of the expedition wlio returned to New York by the Furnesia, told the story. It happened at Fort AlcKinley, the northernmost outmost of the Wellman party. From his headquarters, Cape Tegetthof, on the •southeast coast of Halt island, the explorer had sent forward Baldwin and three sailors to establish an advance station. Having in 40 days proceeded with great difficulty over 50 miles of ice, tliey built a lint and laid in a stock of walrus ilesli tor the winter. Oil October 22, a week after the total disappearance of the sun, Baldwin started back to the headquarters, taking back with him one of the sailors and leaving two, Bjorvi...

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

A NEW PROPOSITION! The J-taFnisonbung Milling 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. mill. feed. VifEinia Star, - - 3.55. Bhorts . . 85 cents . Peoples' Choice, 3.40. Extra, - - - 3.00. B ™' 80 " 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 Deen 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. Telephone orders from Cootes' Drug Store. At the Churches Tomorrow. M. E, Chuhcii, South.—ltcv. .1. R. And row, pasior. Preaching at 11 tt, in. and 7.30 p. in. Sunday School, 9:30.; class meeting 2 p. in....

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

Volume 1, Number 132. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Uatliered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Readers. .loliri F. Burke's Hardware Store. Price of wlieat todav U7 cents. The hunting season begins October 15. Mr. J. W. Cochran arrived on Saturday evening. Both yesterday and today opened witli a heavy fog. Turnips lead the vegetabiesupplies brought to market this morning. Nice yellow bananas 10 cents a dozen, at Jos. Loewner & Ilros. * The high ideal is a standinginvitation to reach a more exalted position. The bad weather of yesterday interfered somewhat with the attendance at church. Mr. Walter Pence, of Mt.Crawford, has left that place to attend school in Nashville, Tenn. Workmen are engaged on the switch of the B. & O. between Woolf and Elizabeth streets. Miss Mollie Cavey was taken very sick during last night, but we are glad to hear is better this morning. Mr. K. E. Griffith, of Winchester, ufter several days sp...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postoftlce at Harrisonburg af second-clans matter.l MONDAY, OCTOBER 0, ISO!). ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THE STATE SENATE. rpo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM JL CONUTY:—I hereby announce myself an independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. CHAS. J. BROOK. Harrisonburg:, Va., Aug. 15,1899. FOR THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. AT the request of u large number of voters in Rockingham county I hereby announce my candidacy for the House of Delegates for the next term of ourVirginfa 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 J will submit my claims to said convention. Very respectfully, |C. D. HARNSBERGER. Grottoes, Va., Aug. 15,1899. mo THE VOTERS OF HOCK INCH AM X COUNTY:—At the request «»f friends mid voters in Rockingham County, I hereby annou...

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

The Evening News. MONDA Y, OCTOBER I), ISOO. TRAMP SLEEPS IN PALACE CAR Vagrant Claims Depeiv na II la Friend and Spend) a Luxurious Night. The Astor- tramp who made himself famous by being found in the $20,000 bed of a real estate millionaire is now out of date. He has been superseded by the "Vanderbilt tramp," Harry Richardson, who made his bow to the community at New York the other day. Mr. Kichaa'dson is 23 years old and shabby. He calls himself a "professional traveler." When the persons who sweep out the Wagner palace cars in the Grand Central station yards entered the car Nomad they were startled to hear loud snores emerging from one of the berths which was still hemmed in by curtains. They thought a passenger had been overlooked when the car came in, and left him undisturbed until it was nearly time to start the ear on its return trip to Chicago. Mr. Tramp refused to get up and the police were called. In court he said: "I came to town to attend the Dewey celebration. I found...

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

A NEW PROPOSITION! The HafPisonbapg Milling 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. mill feed. Virginiai Star, - - 3.55. shorts . . u cents / Peoples Choice, 3.40. Extra. ■ - 3.00. Bran - ■ 80 " 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 Oeen Repeatedly Requested te 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. SO SEND YOUR ORDERS DIRECTTOTHE MILL and the flour or feed will be delivered to any part of the city. gg 8 * Telephone orders from Cootes' Drug Store. IMPORTATIONS. Large Increase Noted In the Clans of Material* Used In the Manufactures. Details of the July imports indicate that the growth in importation ...

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

Volume 1, Number isg /,?3 HARRISONBURG, VA., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1899. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE "NOTES OF INTEREST TO OTJR OWN FOLKS. (■atliered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Readers. John P. Burke's Hardware Store. Price of wheat todav ti7 cents. The Y. M. ('. A. now has a meinbership of i'OS. A few more frosts and chesnuthiinting parties will be in vogue. Miss Madge Driver left Monday evening on a visit to Staunton. Mr. Herman Willis went to the llagerstown Fair this afternoon. Mr. It. 1!. Stipes went to Washington this morning on express business. It would be difficult to conceive of more beautiful Autumn weather than the present. The cattle are still being driven in from the mountain ranges, where they were summered. Miss Sadie Harris, of Mlddletown, Va , is visiting at the parsonage of Rev. J. R. Andrew, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bramanand son, of Asliville, N. C., are the guest of Mrs. Beuford Shacklett, on the square. It is all well enough to pay atten...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postoftlce at Harrisonburg a* second-class matter. 1 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1899. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOII THE STATE SENATE. mo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM _L CON UTY:—I hereby announce myself an Independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. CIIAS. J. BROCIv. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. 15,1899. FOR THK HOUSE OF DELEGATES. AT the request of a large number of voters in Rockingham county I hereby announce my candidacy for the House of Delegates for the next term of ourVirginJn 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. I). JIA RNSBERGER. Grottoes, Va., Aug. 15. 3 899. rpo THE VOTERS (IT HOCIv!.\(iIIAM | COUNTY:—AI the I'CqucHl of friends and voters in Rockingham County, 1 ...

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

The Evening News* TVESUA Y, OCTOBER 10, 1599. ABUSES IN SURGERY. Dr. McDonald's Sharp Attack on Certain Branch of Profession. In an Addreia at Chicago on "Horror* of Modern Sorcery" He Declares Many Operation* Are Brutal and Criminal. Dr. James Monroe McDonald talked to a large audience at the People's institute at Chicago the other evening upon the use and abuse of surgical operations. Ilis subject was "Horrors of Modern Surgery." lie said, in brief: "Surgery may be divided into conservative and destructive surgery. One is wise and humane, the other is brutal and criminal. The field of true surgery is the field of traumatic lesions. The fractured bone, the dislocated joint, the lacerated tissue, these may be operated upon because they are in the line of conservative surgery. Beyond this surgical science should not go. "To lop oif organs which are necessary in a normal organism is nothing but criminal and murderous empiricism, because such procedures cannot reestablish normal equili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 10 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES I. HOLLANDER. To make the balance of Hi is season interesting, 500 SUITS GIVEN AWAY AT HALF PRICE. We are giving values that are exceptional— * values that are worthy of the natne —on just such goods as you most want now. That s why they arc BARGA S NS ——n i ii ■ ■ nm« ■Miiiim n"i Well-Cut Clothing, Badly Cut Prices. WEDON'TTRIFLE WHEN WE CUT PRICES. M MARK THEM LOW 10 CREATE A Mil AND DRAW BIG CROWDS. 8®" Don't wait; time is money to you* Gome at once and visit I. HOIMNDEH Glothier. ljiu————i ■— nil ii 11 ii ill i innißiniiTTni—i mrmri—m DCCDO - THE GLOBE DHLCL rvO . ANHEUSER-BUSCH, BOTTLED OR ON DRAUGHT, ALL EEADINO BRAND. VV I I 1 lA I |lir>. Sparkling. 01.l and Choice BBANDIES, * -WHSTEIS No Better Sold. All Ages and Vintages. VERY CHOICE. Tol)mcco and. Cigars TO SUIT THE PUBLIC TASTE. We aim to please, and ask a call. Fair treatment and lioncst goods assured. DAN O'DONIN ELL, Water ...

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

Volume 1, Number 134. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (Jiltlierecl lor llie Information ami llenellt of Our Kvciiin? Headers. John P. Burke's llnrdwnre Store. Price nf wheat t.odav (17 cents. For sale—a line Sexton Grand Lntrobe heater,apply to 10. Pikcuu,. Mrs. Patterson, of Elkton, who has been visiting in Hhendon, returned to her home l«nt night. Master Winston Payne left here Tuesday evening on a visit, to Strasburg. Vu. - Mrs. I!. Ney arrived home Tuesday nlulil. after a visit of a week to Washington. Lost.—A small note book, private register, of Rev. J. R.Andrew. Suitable reward for its return. Miss Mar.v Conrad, who has been to Richmond on a visit, arrived home Tuesday evening over the B. & O. Mrs. Sternner, who has been visiting her father, Mr. S. S. Miller, in Brhlgewater, returned to her home in New Jeesey Tuesday. Mr. Albert Nance, who has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. Herbert Coffman for the past month, left for bis home in New York ...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SMTTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg an second-class matter.! WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER UK ISM. ANNOUNCEMEN TS. FOIt THE STATIC SENATE. rru) THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM A CONUTYI hereby announce myself an independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 71.1 i day of November, 1899. OH AS. .J. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. 15,1899. FOR THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. AT the request of a large number of voters in Rockingham county I hereby announce my candidacy for the House of I)elef fates fcrr the next term of our Virginfa Legisature, 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, t C. 1). HARNSBERCJEK. Grottoes, Va., Aug. 15, 1899 mo THE VOTKI'S OF TSOCK INGHAM JL t'OI'NTY: —At the I'tupiest of friends and voters in Rockingham Coun...

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

The Evening News* WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1599. WILL USE AMERICAN TOOLS. It la Reported That the Brltlah Admiralty Will Adopt Pneumatic Rlvetera. It is reported in England, according to a cablegram received by the New York Commercial, that the British admiralty has decided to adopt the use of American pneumatic riveters and other tools driven by compresised air in the government shipyards, and that this decision is creating a great commotion among the members of the English trade unions, who apprehend that these labor-saving devices will throw a large number of men out of work. A decision to adopt American tools of these ldmis has been expected for a long- time among the makers of them here, and there is reason to believe that within a short time a great number of them may be added to our exports to the older countries. Inquiries mado in New York by the Commercial show that the British war office has already become a heavy purchaser of tools of this sort, presumably for the Woolwich ...

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

THE HARRISONBURG QNILLINC COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES 4 ITEIi!W C3-OOIDS -A.T j i C. M. EFFINCER&SON'S 1 f -——— £ i )saj3ot32xrx> OF V ) | and f £ . S ? CHOICE IiOT OF NEUJ PIiRIDS. Prices Moderate and Quality Unsurpassed. ABK TO SEE THEN!. >////»« "" » r WHAT EVERY ONE SHOULD KNOW! TtialYou Can Boy a 12-incli Pligol Navj (Sweet)Tolacco CHAS. ESHMAIM'S FOR 25 CENTS. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. CALL AND BE CONVINCED. Norfolk & Western Schedule in Effect March 12, 1899. Leave Elkton. Northbound 5:50 p. ni. South and Westbound 11:80 a. ni. Through Pullman Vestibuled Sleeuers through the States of Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio and North Carolina. Norfolk, Roanoke, Kcnova, Chilieoth e, Columbus, Chicago and the Northwest. Luray, Grottoes, Natural Bridge, Mountain Lake Bristol, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, Birmingham, Memphis, New Orleans. Write for rates, mups, time table?, sleepingcar...

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

Volume 1, Number 135. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Ualkcreri for the Informal ion and Iteuellt of Our Evening Headers. John P. Burke's Hardware Store. Price of wheat today (>7 cents. Mr. Driver, of Timberville, came • u(i on Wednesday night's train. For sale —n line Sexton Grand 1 ,a t robe heater, apply to 10. IViti'Ki.i.. Don't, forget Fields & Hanson's Minstrels at Assembly Hull thjsevenina. Mr. John <!. and Miss Catherine .Unrrison spent* Wednesday in New Market. Mr. Jas. H. Bowman was among the the Southern this morning. Mr. Owen Brock, who has been absent for a few days on business, returned last night. Mr. It. Stipes, of Southern Express, arrived home Wednesday night from Washington and Baltimore. Mr. Win. M. Bucher and Winfleld Liggett, Esq., arrived home on the B. & O. train Wednesday evening. Mr. L. B. Smootz, who has been on a visit to New York, returned home Wednesday night on the 0:30 train. The...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) liY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofllce at Harrlsonburß second-cIuHS matter.l THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, ISM. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOlt THE STATE SENATE. rilO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINUHAM:— L lam a candidate for re-elect ion to the Senate of Virginia, if re-elected, I shall in the future, an in the past, use my best efforts to represent nil of the interests of our county and people faithfully and fairly The record I have made in the Senate is public property: by it I am willing to be judged. I have favored and favor such amendments to the election law as to make it perfectly fair to all: the most rigid economy consistent with good government: the abolition of unnecessary offices and officers; legislation to insuretothe laborer his wages; equality of taxation, s<» that the interests which now pay but Utile, shall bear their fair sha v c of the burdens of government, rather than that those already heavily burdened shall pay more; f...

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

The Evening News. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, ISO!). Sammy. Gets There. "Now, Sammy," began the teacher, I'l want you to tell me in which battle t-ord Nelson ms killed." Sammy wa"n despair, but he must prove himself equal to the emergency. "Bid you say Lord Nelson?" he asked, cautiously. "Yes." "Which battle?" "Yes. In which battle was he killed?" "Wal," said Sammy, with apparent surprise at such an easy question, "I specs it must er been his last."—London Spare Moments. Golnir It Alone', No matter what you undertake, no matter what the game, Be In love or business, this advice goes Just the same; In your struggle for position, for happiness or wealth. Let these words your motto be: "Rely upon yourself." Then If you make a ten-strike It will be all your own. And If you in the gutter fall you can wallow there alone. —Chicago Dally News. A Severe Attack. "I have to be home every night at ten o'clock,'' said the married man, "on account of the baby." "How old is she?" "Thirty-two years." "Wh...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. FEW GOODS | | G. M.EFFINCER&SOiSTS | ? SECOND ARHIVAIi OF 9 k and f i —_ j l CHOICE HOT OF NEtti PLiAIDS. | Prices Moderate and Quality Unsurpassed. 5 « r ~\ 1 ASK TO SEE THEM. .J C - ) ' s]p WHAT EVERY ONE SHOULD KNOW! Mini (a liij 112-inli I'lifil liii)' (Swl)liliiei CHAS. ESHMAN'S FOR 25 CENTS. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. CALL AMD BE CONVINCED. Norfolk & Western RAILWAY. Schedule in Effect March 12, 1899. Leave Elkton, Northbound 5:56 p. in. South and Weßtbound 11:39 a. m. Through Pullman Vestibuled Sleeoers through the States of Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio and North Carolina. Norfolk, Roanoke, Kcnova, Chilicothe, Columbus, Chicago and the Northwest. Liiray, Grottoes, Natural Bridge, Mountain Lake Bristol, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, Birmingham, Memphis, New Orleans. Write for niton, maps, time table?, sleeping far reservation, descriptive pam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 136. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (■allicrctl far the Informal ion ami Heiicllt of Our Evening Headers. John P. Hurke's Hard ware Store. "And I happened to lie there." T'riee of wheat todav (17 reals. Chesnuts, fresh from the tree, are in market. lie mire yon are registered liy Saturday, Oetoher 28th. Miss Gertie Currier, of Spring Creek, is visiting in Waynesboro. Use drape Nuts, health food, (lei them of l.ineweaver Urns. For sale—a line Sexton Grand Latrobe heater,apply lo K. I'iuckm.. The State Convention of King's Daughters will be held in Eura.v October 24, 25 and 20. This is the time of jear t lie chicken thieves usually begin operations. "Johnny get your gim" ready. Mr. Andrew Itoudabush, of the (ircenmoiint neighborhood, lett Wednesday for an extended visit West. Is this Indian Summer'.' If so it is early. Certain it is, however, we are in the enjoyment 6f a very beautiful season. No one ever did anything so well that some wise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 October 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class mutter. ] FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7.7, 1599. ANN OUNCEMEN TS. FOR THE STATE SENATE. mo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM:— JL lam a candidate for re-election to tinSenate of Virginia. If re-elected, I shall in the future, aH in the past. use my best efforts to represent all of the interests of our county and people faithfully and fairly The record 1 have made in the Senate is public property: by it 1 am willing to be judged. I have favored and favor such amendments to the election law as to make it perfectly fair to all: the most rigid economy consistent with good government: the abolition of unnecessary offices andofflcers: legislation to insure totlie laboVer his wages; equality of taxation, ho that the interests which now pay but little, shall bear their fair share of the burdens ol government, rather than that those already heavily burdened shall pay more; fewer electi...

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