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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 October 1899

The Evening News. Til UIIS DA Y, OCTOBER IV. ISO!). MEN IN THE PUBLIC EYE A bust of ex-Speaker Reed is being executed in bronze for the Maine legislature. Prof. Iladley, the new president of Yale, rides a bicycle, plays whist and is an enthusiast over golf. Since shaving his mustache Senator Deboe closely resembles President McKinley in appearance. When asked how old he was, Booker Washington told an interviewer that he did not know. Senator Hansbrough,of If orthDakota, ■was galley boy in the composing-room of the San Francisco Chronicle in 1870. Chaplain Iteaney, of the Olympia, was born on the English steamer Ironsides, of which his father was commander. Q. W. Watts, the artist, although S3 years of age, is always at work by four a. m., and says that is the secret of his good health. Attorney General Griggs is a crack rifle shot and may be a member of the New Jersey team that is to test its skill against the District of Columbia sharpshooters. Sir Alfred Milner is one of the most ...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 189!). Virginia Game Laws. Now that so many are ready to go out game hunting, and the season so inviting for such sport, it may be as well to give a resume of what game may be hunted anil what let alone. The following should be clipped out and posted In a convenient place for reference in order that the law may not be violated by hunters: Partridges may be killed only from November 1 to December 15. At all other times it is unlawful. Rabbits from November 1 to February 1. Unlawful at other times. Woodcock, February 1 to July 1. Wildturkies, November 1 to January 1. Pheasants, November 1 to January 1. Deer, September 15 to December 15. The dates given above are the times when It is lawful to kill the game specified and at all other times It is prohibited under heavy penalties. All non-residents hunting for game In West Virginia are required to take out a lice...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 142. JUDGE PAUL'S VIEWS FIVE MURDERERS RECEIVE THE FULL PENALTY. In Passing Sentence on Moonshiner* He Calls Addition to the Need of Laws. Judge John Pnul, of the United States Court, at Abingdon, on Monday gore Williniu Strouth, Thomas Strout.li, Charles Rrown, Dick Dye, and Charles Newberry each ten years in prison for the murder of Deputy Collector George Ratliffe, a notablv brave mid-fearless officer of the United States Internal Ilevenue Service. Sword's Creek, in Russell county, on the bonier between Virginia and Kentucky, is the most noted nest of moonshiners in the State, and here Ratliffe was killed. On the fateful morning he led Collector Ferguson to the ditillery of Henry Strouth, whom thev promptly arrested, but during the destruction of the still by them he escaped into the laurel thickets, and then began a race between him and Ferguson and Ratliffe. If Henry could first reach the other stills in combination witli his lie would arouse and summon the who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 October 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY R.OB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.l FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1S!)9. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THEJSTATE SENATE. TO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM CONUTY: —I hereby nnnounce myself on independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. CI IAS. .1. BItOCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. ir>, 1890. rflO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM:— X lam a candidate for re-election to the Senate of Virginia. If re-elected, I shall in the future, as in the past, use my best efforts to represent all 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 t<» be judged. 1 have favored and favor such amendments to the election law as to makeit perfectly fair to all: the most rigid economy consistent with good government: the abolition of unnecessary offices and officers; legislat ion ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 October 1899

The Evening News. FltlUA Y, OCTOBER 20, ISO!). AMONG THE SCHOOLS. Boston public schools are overcrowded. Yale's student choir is to wear vestments. Japan has 30,000 schools, with 100,000 teachers and 5,000,000 pupils. Edouard llod says American universities require too much wovk of their professors Beginning this year no charge for tuition is to be made at the Missouri state university. Nearly all the conductors of chapel exercises at Yale under the new regime will be laymen. The Church of Scotland has 49 mission schools in India, with 3,000 pupils. A score of students from Cuba and nearly half as many from Porto Rico are at Notre Dame, Ind. The gain in the number of school children in Marquette, Mich., this yeaf was only one over last year. The University of Pennsylvania has many students from South America and has issued a catalogue in Spanish. Since Yale was established, nearly 200 years ago, the president has always conducted the devotional exercises, but President Iladley will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICEB. The Evening News. FRIDAY. OCTOBER L>o, 1899. Whitmer's lteplv. Messrs. Editors :— In nil kindness and respect to your opinions, I feel it my duty to answer the accusations appearing in the columns of the "Register," audi trust that in the columns of the same you will publish the reply. [Charge Against. Tlio Republicans.' You charge the Republicans with having been instrumental in inducing the Democrats to Run in opposition to what you call "The Regular Democratic Ticket." Now, so far as I am concerned, there was not a single Republican implicated in the affair, but. it was the voice of such Democrats as do not believe that office should be hereditary nor given for life; neither do they believe that a few politicians have the right to manipulate the offices and distribute them among their tickling friends. You need not look for theeuemy outside of your own ranks Not Held Public Otticf. S...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 143. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (■atliereii for the Information mul Benefit of Our Evening) Readers. Price of whofit todav <17 renin. Bargains at Sullivun'H grocery. Mr. L. IT. Ott'sdrugbuilding looks bundsome in ItH fall suit of paint. Ed. M. Conrad was among' the arrivals thin morning' on tlio early train. Mr. J. T. Houck left today on the 3:10 train for Baltimore and the east on business. A considerable party of chestnut hunters left town this morning in one of Altaffer's long hacks. T. C. Prince, Superintendent of the Valley Branch of the B. & <). 15. R., was In the city yesterday. The "Three Leaves of .Shamrock" may be all right, but it can't beat the American four-leaf clover. Robert Magalis returned home yesterday from. Covington, where he has been employed for several months. . This city liadalargerepresentation of people from thecounty here today, and business appears to be going ahead with a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 October 1899

The Evening. News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg an second-class matter.l SAUTRDAY, OCTOBER L>l, ISD9. ANNOIJ NCEMEN TS. FOR SENATE. mo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM X CONUTY: —I hereby announce myself an independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. CHAS. .1. RROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. 15, 1899. 1M) THE VOTERS OF RO'JK IXGIIAM:— I am a candidate for re-election to the Senate of Virginia. If re-elected. I shall in the future, as 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 I am willing to be judged. J have favored and favor such amendments to the election law as to makeil perfectly fair to all: the most rigid economy consistent with good government.; the abolition of unnecessary offices and officers: legislation to insuretothe labo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 October 1899

The Evening News* y SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21, ISO!). GO WITHOUT HORSES. The police department of Hartford, Conn., will soon be equipped with automobile police wagons, ambulances and prisoners 1 van. An elcctrie brougham in Boston was recently upset through the collapse of the front wheel tire, and its two occupants were badly scared, although they were not injured. The front tires of broughams and the rear tires of electric hansoms are those most liable to punctures and other injuries. It is reported that the New York Central railway intends to establish an electric cab service in New York and other large cities along the line, and the Pennsylvania railroad has been experimenting with a sample vehicle, and it is possible that these carriages may be substituted for the horse-driven cabs at the stations of the company's system. An automobile ambulance is being made for St. Vincent's hospital, New Yoi-k city. It will be jn-opelled by electricity, and will be a model of its kind. Electric p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News* SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1899. SEVERE FIGHTING. Continued from first page. the French uriny, is also another form of picric acid. Most of the soculled "new" explosive consist of this substance in one or another of Its forms, disguised by different names. The shock necessary to explode picric acid in all its forms is furnished by a class of bodies known as "detonators." These are sensitive bodies which explode with great violence; and if placed in contact with u large mass of picric acid, the shock to which their explosion gives rise causes the whole charge to detonate, an extremely small quantity of the acid. Lyddite mows down inen not by tens and dozens, but by whole confpanies. It is much more powerful in war than dynamite. From ICeczletown. Kuf.zi.ktown, Oct., 20. ■ Tiie interment of Mother Manning, mother of Robert. Manning, took place hero Monday. The funeral was conducted by t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 144. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening) Readers. Price of wheat todav (>7 cents. Bargains at Sullivan's grocery. " Hon. G. B. Keezeil was in town Saturday. Col. John E. Dovel, of Amberly, was among our Saturday visitors. As Thanksgiving Day approaches the turkey roost bccome more insecure. The churches were generally well attended—it being a pretty day but cooler. Mr. Bur. Yancey was among the arrivals on Saturday night's train from the east. Dr. F. B. Olehausen, who lias been on a visit to Baltimore, returned home on Saturday night. Saturday was a good day for business, and the streets were lively with crbwds of people all day. Dr. W.T. Line weaver will be absent from his office Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Gen. John E. Roller was among the arrivals on the 2:00 o'clock train irom the North Sunday afternoon. Admiral Dewey, on the advice of his physician, has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 October 1899

The Evening. News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) lIY KOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflco at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.l MONDAY, OCTOBER St. ISOO. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THE|BTATE SENATE. , ryo 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. ( HAS. J. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. 15, 1899. rpO THE VOTERS OF RO?KIN(JIIAM: — JL lam a candidate for re-ehetion t<» the Senate of Virginia. If re-elected, 1 shall in the future, as in the past, use my best efforts to represent all of the interests of our county and people faithfully and fairly The record I have made in the Senate is public property; by it 1 am willing to lie judged. I have favored and favor such amendments to the election law as to makeit perfectly fair to all; the most rigid economy consistent with good government; the abolition of unnecessary offices andollicers; legislation to insure t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 October 1899

The Evening News* MO.XDA V, OCTOBER 23, IS!)!). VERSES GRAVE AND GAY. Dewey's Little Surprint? Pari leu. He sailed up to'rds Manila, 'long about the break o' day, And meetln' with the Dagoes he began to bang away; He didn't ask no questions, for he didn't see no use To git an introduction before he turned 'em loose. He visited three hours, or mebbe it was four, And no one asked his neighbors who Dewey was no more; He'd laid his card before 'em, they know him mighty well Since he's told the little story that he dropped around to tell. O, Dewey he surprised 'em. Along about the dawn, With nothln' but their nighties And their blue pajamas on. They fixed things up for Dewey, a-sailin' o'er the sea. Prepared .a royal welcome, a bang-up Jubilee, And they stood around and waited for the comin' o' the day When they'd set the whistles tootln' as he turned into the bay. But they got awake one mor.nln' and they yawned and rubbed their eyes, And they found out he'd got there and had took 'em by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICEB. The Evening News* MOXDAY. OCTOItVII 23, 1899. THE STATE. Interesting Invents in Neighboring Counties. The Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners of Virginia Friday accepted a bid for tlie purchase of 000 worth of bonds. There were four bids for furnishing these securities. Mr. Wallace Mcßae, son of tlie late Col. Sberwin McKue, for several years the State Librarian, died Friday night. The Rockbridge Baths, which is a part of the estate of Sam uel F.Jordan, lia» been sold by P. M. Penick, administrator of the estate, to W. E. L. Starke, of Natural Bridge, for $7, 000. The Baths is one of the oldest and most popular summer resorts in Rockbridge county, and for the past 20 years has been leased by Dr. S. B. Morrison as a sanitarium. Excursion to Washington. On Friday next, October 27tli, the Southern Railroad will run an excursion from Harrisonburg to Washington. This excursion will allow nearly two day...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 145. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (jntlicreii for (lie Information mid Hencllt of Our Evening Readers. Price of wheat today C>7 cents. Bargains at Sullivan's grocery. ('apt. 10. YV. Sullivan left here Monday afternoon going east. The Y. M. <!. A. gymnnsiuinii eltiss was re-organized last flight. Miss Genevieve Woodson arrived home Monday evening 011 ;i visit to her parents. » Mrs. L. B. Allen, of this place, and Miss Lucy Kerrick, of Alexandria, arrived here Monday afternoon. Mrs. L. 11. Ott and her daughter, Miss Bessie, arrived home Monday night from a week's visit to friends. Professor Wm. L. Clarke, the newly elected law professor at Washington and Lee, has resigned and gone to New York. Mrs. .J. X. Mewbern and daughter, Mrs. Henry Bassford, of Harrisonburg, are visiting friends here. — Winchester News-Iteiu, 21st. The picnic party that went to Rawle.v Monday had a nice day for their excursion, anil we are plea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 October 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Fostofflce .it Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24. 180 V. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR TMISSTATE SENATE. rilO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM X CONUTY: —I hereby announce myself an independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. CIIAS. .1. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. 15, 1899. ryo THE VOTERS OF ItOOKINGHAM: — JL lam a candidate for re-election to the Senate of Virginia. If re-elected, 1 Khali in the future, as in the punt, use my best efforts to represent nil of the interests of our county - and people faithfully nnd fairly The record 1 have made in the Senate is public property: by it 1 am willing to be judged. 1 have favored and favor such amendments to the election law as to niakeit perfectly fair to nil; the most rigid economy consistent with good government; the abolition of unnecessary offices and officers; legislation to insure to the la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 October 1899

The Evening News. T(JESDA V. OCTOBER 24, IS'JI). THIS YEAK'S CHOPS, Yield of Wheat, Corn and Oats as Compared with Last Year. Leaß.WlicAt lint More Corn and On Ik— Department of Agriculture Showing the Average Condition of Cotton, The total wheat crop of 1899* is estimated by the American Agriculturist in its final report at 505,350,000 bushels, grown on 45,251,000 acres, as compared with a production last year which in the light of the season's movement cannot have been less than 715,000,000 bushels. The average yield per aere is placed at 12.5 bushels. The w inter wheat crop is estimate<l at 297,000,000 bushels; average yield, 11.5 bushels; spring wheat crop, 209,000,000; average rate of yield, ia.7 bushels. The average rate of yield of oats, according to the American Agriculturist, is returned at :;0.4 bushels per acre, 2.5 bushels above that of last year, and an average higher than was ever before reported for the, whole breadth. The crop is estimated at 809,000,000 b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 October 1899

fHE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. TUESDA r, OCTOBER 24, IS!)!). At BRANDY WINE. Continued from first page. vate conveyance, over several mountains of considerable altitude, nnd more or less precipitous roads. The roads are cood, and liave been Macadamized most of the way, but a railroad is needed to make a development such as these worthy people need and desire. Their desire in t his regard was shown recently when in an election by the land owners along the route of survey they cheerfully gave of their lands the right of way for a railroad to be built through Pendleton county. That this road will be built we have not the slightest doubt, for the great trade and the tremendous development which would result is of such importance as to compel its building. Railroad managers are not blind to their Interests, but instead constantly seek new avenues for trade, and nowhere can be found a more propitious opening nor one...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 146. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. , i Uallieml for the information mid Honellt of Our Evening Readers. Price of wheat todav <!" cents. Bargains at Sullivan's grocery. Thandsg'iving is the next legal national holiday. I>r. T. C. Flrebaugh left; Tuesday afternoon for Hicluuond. Miss Moilie Conrad was among the departures Tuesday afternoon on the It. & <). The chestnuts are coming down lively under the nightly shaking of Jack Frost. If some of the leaves were removed from Woodbine Cemetery it would present a better appearance. Friday, 27th, is the date for the next excursion to Washington. Two dollars down before you start. Mr. andxMrs. Wm. M. Bucher, who have been on a visit down the Valley returned home Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Frank L. Ilurris' office hours on Sunduys, are from '.) until 10:45 a. in. The organ grinder was in town Tuesday, grinding his machine and collecting pennies from the urc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 October 1899

•The Evening News. PUUHSHED JJAILf (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) nv ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofllce at Harrisonburg ai* second-class matter.l WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEII :5. ISO!). ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THEJSTATE SENATE. rriO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM A CONUTY: —I hereby announce myself an Independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. ('HAS. J. lUIOCK. Harrisonburg:, Va., Aug. 15, 1899. rpo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM:— X lam a candidate for re-election to the Senate of Virginia. If re-eleeted, I shall in the future, as in the past, use my best efforts to represent all 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. 1 have favored and favor such amendments to the election law as to makeit perfectly fair to all; the most rigid economy consistent with good government; the abolition of unnecessary offices and officers; legislation to insure to the la...

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