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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 October 1899

The Evening News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER -J. 7, lsuu. GIRLS ARE ANGRY. Students of Radcliffe College Resent Reflection of Harvard Professor. Intimation on Hl* Port That the Girls Are u Mcnncc to tlic Uest Interest* of Hnrvnrd University, Radclift'e girls are discussing' with a good deal of interest the left-handed iplea for their college's better endowment, to which l'rof. Barrett Wendell has recently given publicity in the columns of the Harvard Monthly. Prof. Wendell disapproves of the growing intimacy of Harvard's relations with ltad' cliffe. "If the practice (of permitting prop-erly-qualified Kadeliffe students to take certain advanced courses in Harvard university) continue and increase," he remarks, -'Harvard may suddenly find itself committed to coeducation, somewhat as unwary men lay themselves open in breach of promise." The position of Harvard and l!adcliffe Prof. Wendell then proceeds to anlalyze. He does full justice to Harvard, but there arc those who insist that, while he ...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. WEDNESDAI*. OCTOIiER 2.~>, 1890. From Uruco's Store. Biu ce'k Stork, Oct. Si. Miss Sallie Dean, ol Highland View, is visiting the family of Parson Dyche at East Point. Dr. Wolfe, of Elkton, is seen passing this place daily. He is engaged professionly in the family of Joseph Cook, their little son being dangerously ill. Mrs. L. H. 1 truce will dine her father and mother with other friends today. Lycurgus Sheplett and Cleveland Craig have returned home, having spent a week in Warren perambuiat ing around and visiting and for aught we know sparking. .1, H. Dovel and Eliza, his wife, have applebutter and cider for vinegar put away for more than a year hence. After a long fast we now have fresh meat in variety. K. A. Bruce greased all the skilletu with fine fat pork. A. S. Long slaughtered ft young beef and divided it by baskets full around. Capt. Burkett provides small gam...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 147. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for Hie Information and Renelit of Our Evening Rentiers. Price of wheat todnv •>" cents. Bargains at Sullivan's grocery. Joe* T. Hoiick arrived home last night from a business trip east. Mr. B. I). Dec.hert left yesterday afternoou on a visit, to Baltimore ou hysint'ss. Miss Sarah Harber, of this place, ha* entered Bridgewater College as a student. The public schools of Dayton opened on Monday with an enrollment of 112 students. Itev. J. It. Andrew,'pastor of the M. E. Church South, is in Washington, D. C., this week. Mr. J. lid. Glenn, depot agent, went to Staunton yesterday and returned this morning. Dr. Prank L. Harris' office hours on Sundays, are from '.) until 10:45 a. m. * Are you ready for the excursion to Washington to-morrow? The train will leave the Harrisonburg depot at 7 a. m. Mr. Itussell Stelgle, who iias been attending the Dunsmore .Business College at Staunton, spent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 October 1899

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) 15 V KOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg ay second-class matter. 1 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20,1899. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOlt THE STATE SENATE. TO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM CONUTY: —I hereby announce myself tin independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7tli day of November, CHAS. J. BROCK. Harrisonburg:, Va M Auk. IG, 1899. rVO 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 1 have made in the .Senateis public property; by it I am willing to be judged. 1 have favored and favor such amendments to the election law as to make it perfectly fair to all; the most ri*id economy consistent with good government; the abolition of unnecessary offices and oillcers; legislation to insuretotlie laborer his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 October 1899

The Evening News. THURSDA Y, OCTOBER 2ii, IS'M. ; THE GINSENG TRUST. '•*». American Commercial Comliln.itloa Controlled Entire!) by Chlneae Capitalist*. Among the many combinations of cafiftal in the United States is one which absolutely controls a business •mounting to $1,250,000 a year, arid which is yet rarely if ever mentioned. Stranger still la the fact that the members of this trust are all Chinamen, hardly a dollar of American money being invested in the business. This Chinese trust deals in ginseng root, an article for which there is no demand in this country. In China, on the contrary, ginseng is regarded as a sovereign cure for almost every disease. Before ginseng was discovered in America. the root was worth its weight in fold in China. It is still expensive, as is shown by the fact that, the Chinese dealers in New York, which is the head- ur<. ~v GINSENG ROOT AND PLANT. (Tkelr Product Is Controlled Absolutely by Chinamen.) qttfCUrs of the trust, are pnying six...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News* THURSDAY, OCTOIiER 2(1, ISO!). From Mt. Clinton. , Mt. Clinton, Oct, L's. The public schools have opened and the merry urchins assert themHelves on every hand, if gaity and hilarity count. Mrs. Wampler and R. T. I). Heltzei have charge of the lower rooms at this plnce and have started off nicely. Rev. W. R. Berry, tlie pastor of the IT. R. Church at this place, is conducting a protracted meeting during this week. It is rumored that Dr. Carter of Roanoke will assist him sometime during the raeetipg. Rev. I>r. Hudson, of lluntersville, W. Va., preached at New Erection Sunday morning, ha ving stopped on his way from Presbytery at the Old Stone Church. lie also conducted the opening services at the Academy Monday morning, where he gave a short address. L. B Burner, of Jjuray, and a student at the Academy, was at Inw home a few days last week. Randolph Mauek went to Lace.v ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 148. TAKfci YOUR CHOICE THK SPLIT IN I'lli; REPUB- LICAN PARTY. Conflicting Opinions of the Two Chairmen as to wliat Caused It. llAllltlKONni'lM!, V.\., Oct. 111, 1 SOU. Mr. C. M Keezel, Dioau Sill: —At ;i meeting <>f the Republican County Committee held in this place on Saturday, the 7tli inst., I, as temporary Secretary was directed to send to yon as ('liairnian of your Committee, a copy of a resolution adopted l»y the Committee looking towards taking steps to reunite our party in this county. I herewith enclose a copy of said resolution with a request that you answer by the 14th at tlie'latest. Respectfully, I). S. Li.wis, Temporary See't. Rep. Co. Com. Wiihkuas, desiring to relieve the State Executive Committee of any embarrassment incident to deciding which organization in this county is the legal organization, and to settle once and for all time the qoestion of organization, when it can do 110 Republican candidate any injury, and for tiie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 October 1899

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAir/iT (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) 11Y ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.l Fit I DA Y, OCTOBER L'T, ISO!). A NNOUNCEMENTS. FOB THE,STATE SENATE. TO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM CONUTY:—I hereby announce myself tin Independent candidtite for tho State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1891). CH AS. J. mUH'K. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. 15,1800. rr>o 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 fn.v 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 In the election law as to niakeit perfectlyfatrtoall: the most rigid economy consistent with good government; the abolition of unnecessary offices and officers; legislation to insure ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 October 1899

The Evening News, i n IDA r, OCTOHKR 27, ISO!). to save Money. Steps Taken to Have Typewriters liued by Government of u Uniform Alnke. The government expends more than $230,000 annually in the purchase of typewriting machines, and there is u movement on foot to lessen the amount by establishing a uniform typewriter with an established font of type and specified mechanism. The initial step in this direction was taken at the navy department by the formation of a board, of which Commander Webster m president. There are six other naval officers on the board and two civilian clerks. The latter have been detailed for the work in view of their expertness in operating machines and their intimate knowledge of what is required of a typewriter in the service. The board will examine the various sample machines, of which there are already seven, and will report on the type which appears to meet the demands, the successful machines to be the basis of a set of specifications upon which bids will b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES- The Evening News. Fill DAY, OCTOBER 27, 1899. TAKE YOUR CHOICK, Contlnueil from first page. was decided by the unanimous vote of the seventh Congressional District (Rockingham not voting) that your pretended convention of September sth was illegal and unauthorized. And now, that your convention having been decided by that higher tribunal to be illegal and not entitled to recognition, who can say that any of-the acts or business done by your bolting convention were legal or entitled to any consideration. You submitted your case to the Congressional District Convention, and asked that convention to pass upon your rights, and having done so, you are au much bound by the action of that convention, as any suitor is hound by Ihe action of a court of law, wherein he has submitted Ids case. It is true that there is .still a higher tribunal to which you might have appeuled your claim to organization, namel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 28 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 149. BRITAINS TASK. SHE MUST PLACATE OTHER POWERS. Nearly 100.000 British Soldiers will Oppose the Boers.— British Prisoners. An official of the German Foreign Office expresses the opinion that Russia and France will not interfere with Great Britain in South. Africa, but will find compensation in other quarters. He thinks the English fleet will watch the Persian gulf and perhaps Delagoa bay, reserving a squadron at home to keep France in check. A dispatch to the l'aris Journal from Toulon says there is talk there of sending to the Southwest Coast of Africa a French naval division consisting of three cruisers, commanded by Admiral Bienaime. The British army under General Yule which retreated from Glencoe and Dundee, Natal, finally effected a junction with General White's force at Eadysmith Wednesday. It is said to be General White's plan to attack the Free State Boers as soon as General Yule's men have rested. Reinforcements are arriving at South African ports on tra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 28 October 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofiice at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1% ISO!). ANN OUNCEM EN TS. FOR STATE SENATE. TO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM CONUTY: —I hereby announce myself an Independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. ('IIAS. .1. IUtOOK. Harrisonburg,.Va., Aug. in, 1899. s THE VOTERS OF lIOOKiNOHAM: — J. 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 h&ve made in the Senate is public property : by it I am willing to' be judged. I have favored and favor such amendments to the elect.iou law as to makeit perfectly fair to a II; the most rigid economy consistent with good government; the abolition of unnecessary offices and officers; legislation to insureto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 28 October 1899

The Evening News* SATURDAY,, OUTOISJSR 28, ISO!). (xEN. WILDER'S pig. A Civil War Secret That Has Just Been Unraveled. Hoosler Veteran Tells lion ihe Couimander'H Snvury Dinner Wni s Stolen uiul Coneealed In it Blk Buna Urum. A group of ex-oflieers of the civil war was gathered on the sidewalk in front of the Chamber of Commerce building at Cincinnati recently and talked of the dedication of the Wilder brigade monument, then in progress at Cliickamauga park. One of them had served with Wilder, and said to a Commercial Tribune reporter: "1 want to tell you a little story on Wilder. Some years ago Wilder's brigade had a reunion at Greensburg, Jnd., where the brigade was organized, and there was a great sensation. Wilder had prepared at his own expense a Jot of silver dollars as souvenir medals, on which was engraved the date of the reunion, and these lie gave to every member of the brigade present. J icing one of the distinguished guests, I was put in a carriage with Wilder. At one of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 28 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Evening News* SATURDA 1", OCTOllh'll 28, THE STATU. Interesting' Events in Ncislilior- liur Counties. Mr. H. M. Smith, Sr., died in Richmond, on Thursday, aged !)2 years. He established the firm of H. M. Smith & Co., manufacturers of agricultural implements, more than 50 years ago, and was in active business at time of his death. The only surviving son is Mr. H. M. Smith, formerly City Attorney of Richmond. Samuel A. Wilson, a prominent merchant of Staunton was paralyzed on his left side Thursday afternoon. He was returning from dinner, stopped to speak to a friend and fell to the pavement. A physician arrived immediately and Mr. Wilson was driven home. His condition is serious. This is the second attack. The number of independent candidates for the legislature in the field this,fall attracts attention. Nothiug like it has ever been known in Virginia politics. Nine of the nineteen D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 150. ITS POSSIBILITIES. THE NEW BUSINESS MUN'S ASSOCIATION. Encouragement aixl tiooil Will of Our People Extended on Every Side. The encouragement it ml enthusiasm which the new organization of business men in this city has met with on every hand promises to make the object nought to be attained much easier of accomplishment. A little well-directed effort, backed up by the good will and encouragement of the citizens generally, will make a great change in the local industrial conditions. The present seemed to be the opportune time for some united effort in this direction. Every basiness man recognized the necessity of some such organization as soon as suggested. If even those who have taken the initiative in the formation of the Business Men's Association in this city could see five years hence the results of their work, could it be revealed to them now, it would stimulate them to exertions that have not as yet animated them. Jt is given to but few men to look live y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 October 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SH7THE. Entered ill the Poxtoftlce at Harrisonburg an secoud-elivss matter. I MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, ISO!). ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR TUK STATE SENATE. THE VOTERS OF ROCK IN(• HA M CONITTY: —I hereby auuouute myself »ii Independent candid ate for the State Semite, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. CHAS. .1. JUIOCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Ana;. ir», 1899. rpO THE VOTERS OF RO'JK INGHAM:— JL lam a candidate for re-eleetion to the Senate of Virginia. If re-elected, I shall in the future, as in the pnst, use m.v 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 mnkelt. perfectly fair to all; the most rigid economy consistent with good government; the abolition of unnecessary offices and officers; legislation to insure to the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 October 1899

The Evening News* MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, IS!)!). NEWSPAPER GRIST. An enterprising' western firm is making arrangements to set up a modern American sawmill in China, wliere lumber is still sawed l>3 r the primitive methods of a'century ago. Last year 1,1-11 vessels were lost. Of these*323 were steamers and Sl'j sailing vessels. There are 25.180 steamers and sailing vessels in the world. A newspaper prlirted on the excursion steamer "Ophir" published one number in 80 degrees 2 minutes north latitude. It claims to be the paper printed farthest north of any on record. The people of Tyre were such experts in dyeing that Tyrian purple remains unexcelled to this day. The Egyptians were also wonderful dyers, and could produce colors so durable that, they may be called imperishable. The hydraulic mining pits in California materially changed the landscape in many places. The pit cf a hydraulic mine in Nevada county, Cal„ which was washed out some 50 years ago, is again covered with a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News* MONDAY, OCTOBER 30,1599. VIRGINIA'S DEBT The Financial Condition of the State at Present. The annual report of Second Auditor Ryland for the fiscal year ending September 30, ISO!), has been printed. This report covers the condition of the public debt, of the literary fund, and the report of the commissioners of the sinking fund of Virginia. The report shows that the amount of bonds issued under tin' act of February 20, 1802, known as centuries, haa increased during the past "year $50,911.24, making the amount of bonds outstanding of that issue, $18,002,08:1.07, of which $220,300 are held by the literary fund, and $111,000 by the commissioners ol the sinking fund, leaving in the hands of tlie public $17,t>G1,78.'5.07. The bonds with tux-receivable coupons, which have given the State so much trouble in past years, have nearly all been surrendered, only $49,800 of consols...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 31 October 1899

Volume 1, Number 151. SCHOOL FACILITIES OVERCROWDED CONDITION OF THE PRESENT HUIEDINM. A Great Increase in (lie Number of Scholars Daring the Past Five Years. Among all of tln* important. matters In-fore our citizens for consideration the most important is our schools. Nor do we believe Hint there is any subject that will as quickly arrest public attention as tha tof schools. For some time past the EvKMN'o Ni:\vh has had in contemplation tiie calling of public attention to the inadequacy of our public school building for the purpose for which it was erected. It has been enlarged from time to time, but the increase of the population of this city has so rapidly enlarged that the size of the schools has forced the children back to the wall and every foot of available space is filled. There are eight nice, large rooms in the school building and a census of the pupils shows how impossible it is for the teachers to do good work and do justice to the pupils under their charge. Below is a s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 31 October 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31.180 V. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THE£BTATE SENATE. HpO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM A CONUTY: —I hereby announce niyMelf iin independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1891). CIIAS. J. BROCK. Harrisonburg:, Va., Auif. 15, 1899. rro THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM:— JL '1 am a candidate for re-election to the Senate of Virginia. If re-elected, I shall in the future, as in the past, uku 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 lam willing to I»«» judged. 1 have favored and favor such amendments to tinelection law ns 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 lab...

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