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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 31 October 1899

The Evening News* TUESHA r. OCTOBER .V, ISO!). SAYING GOOD-BY. The Fiji islanders cross two red feathers. The natives of ,\'eiv Guinea exchange chocolate. The Burmese bend low and say: "Hib! Hib!" The South Sea islanders rattle each •other's whale teeth necklace. The "Auf wiedersehen" of the Aus■trians is the most feeling- expression of farewell. The Cuban would eonsider his goodby anything but a cordial one unless Tie was given a good cigar. In the Philippines the parting benediction is bestowed in the form of rubbing one's friend's face with one's hand. The Jlussian form of parting salutation is brief, consisting of the single word "praschai," said to sound lilce a sneeze. The Otaheite islander will twist the end of the departing guest's robe and then solemnly shake his own hands three times. The Turk will solemnly cross his hands upon his breast and make a profound obeisance when he bids you farewell. The Sioux and Blackfeet will at parting dig their spears in the earth as a sign...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 31 October 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News* TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1899. BATTLE EXPECTICD. Continued from Mrsl paw. warded dispatches. When the Doers entered Dundee they indulged in general looting'of stores, but apparently did not otherwise molest the populace. Mail tor llic Philippines. Postmaster General Chas. Emory Smith has issued the following order : The Director of Posts at Manila, Philippine Islands, reports that large numbers of letters addressed to Boldlers and sailors at that ollie.o are undeliverable, through the failure of the sender to place on the envelope the name of the company and regiment, or other organizations to which the addresses belong. Postmasters are directed to inform their patrons of this fact, either personally, through the press or in anv other feasible way that can be done without expense to the Department, and, that all mail matter addressed to persons connected with the United States servic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 1 November 1899

Volume 1, Number 152. BRITISH DEFEATED TWO REGIMENTS AND A BATTERY CAPTURED. England A|i|>alled at the Disaster. Boer Losses Estimated at !>OO to 1,000. Capf. Town - , Oct. 31, 12:10 p. 111.— The South Africa News publishes the following dispatch: Ladvsmith, Oct. i!l.—"A battle is proceeding at the foot of Uinbnnbane, a few miles from Ladvsmith. Several shells have dropped into t lie town." London, Oct. 31.—The war office has received a dispatcli from Gen. White, commanding the British forces at Ladysmith, reporting that the Royal Irish Fusiliers, No. 10 Mountain Battery and the Gloucestershire Regiment were surrounded in the hills by the Boers, and, after losing heavily, were obliged to capitulate. Gen. White adds that the casualties have not yet been ascertained. The following is the' text of Gen. White's dispatch to the war office: "LAnvsMiTH, Oct. 30, 10:35 p. in.— I have to report a disaster to the column sent by me to take a position on a hill to guard th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 1 November 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg a* second-class matter.l WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. W. ANN OUNCKMKN TS. FOR the statk 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. CHAN. .1. RROCK. JhwrlHonburg, Va., Aug. 15, 1899. rp<) THE VOTERS OF RO OK INC II AM:— 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 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 I am willing to be judged. J have favored and favor such amendments to the election la w as to makeit perfectly fair to all; the most rigid economy consistcntxt-ithgood government; the abolition oi unnecessary offices and officers; legislation to insure...

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

The Evening News* WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1899. LAST WORDS It is well.—Washington. I must sleep now.—Byron. Then I am safe. —Cromwell. Let the light enter. —Goethe. Valete et plaudite.—Augusta. And this is death?— George XV. Ood will save my soul.—Burgeljr. The artery ceases to beat. —Heller. Give Darolle a chair.—Chesterfield. It is fhe last of earth.—J. Q. Adams. Don't give up the ship. —Lawrence. Monks, monks, monks.—Henry VIII. Independence forever.—Samuel Adjns. It matters little how the head lieth.— Raleigh. I think God I have done my duty.— Nelson. Clasy my hand, dear friend, I die.— Alfleri. I feel as if I were myself again.—Walter Scott. A dying 1 man can do nothing pa*y. — Franklin. What! do they run already? Then I die happy.—Wolfe. Lord, receive my spirit. — Cranmer, Hooper, G. Herbert. . Let me die to the sound of delicious music.—Mirabeau. 0 Lord! forgive me, especially my Bins of omission.—Usher. Wtiat, is there no bribing death?— Cardinal Beaumont. • I have loved God,...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PftlCli. The Evening News. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER J. 1599. THE CIRCUIT COURT. More Important Decisions Rendered Yesterday. IS. F. Arnientrout vs. Catharine Kerlln, &c. Leave to answer. A. H. Bontz vs. Mattie C. Bontz. Divorce. Answer filed. A. L. Kenney's creditors vs. A. L. Kenney, &c. Finul decree. V. 11. Lam vs. Oeo. E. Sipe. Order to publish notice. H. T. Brflgdon vs. The International Society. Decree of reference. E. Callendcr Roller's creditors vs. E. Callender Roller, &c. Order to pay P. W. Reherd taxes. •Geo. E. Sipe, general receiver, vs. Geo.AV. Showalter, of Harrisonburg, &c. Statement confirmed. Arthur F. West vs. I'.flie M. West. Final decree. Clara Turner vs. Nettie Mo.vers, &c. To be held in vacation. Estate of Cora C. West, deceased. Committed to the sheriff for admin , iatration. In the case of C. A. Sprinkel & Son vs. F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 November 1899

Volume 1, Number 153. SOME SUGGESTIONS. SELFISHNESS NOT ALWAYS THE BEST POLICY. Our ISiisiuess Men Can Distinguish I (etwee n the Genuine and the liogus. There are several tilings tluit may be taken Into consideration, now tliat we have here an organized Business Men's Association, who are endeavoring' to locate several manufacturing plants in our midst, and we are glad to nay with reasonable hopes of success. Just as soon as suflicient inducements have heretofore been offered to get manufacturers to come here and look at our many good locations, where suitable properties are found, an ungovernable spirit of avarice seems to take hold of the owners of the property and the price asked for it drives the prospector away. In that, case the property remains on hand, is practically unproductive, and by such action the whole community is injured. Now, if anything is to be accomplished a different course of action must be pursued. Manufacturers want something for themselves, remember. They ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 November 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflee at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! THURSDAY, SOY EMBER L\ 1809. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR TJIK STATU SKNATJE. 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 No vein her, 1599. CHAS. J. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. 15, 181)9. ryo THE VOTERS OF ROOK INGHAM; — X I inn a candidate for re-election to the Senate of Virginia. If re-elected, I shall in the future, as in the past, use niv best efforts to represent all of the interestsof our county andpeople faithfully and fairly The record I have made in I he Semite is public property; By it I am willing to be judged. I have favored and favor such amendments to the election law as to niakeit perfectly fair to all: the most rigid economy consistent with good government; the abolition of unnecessary offices ami officers; legist a tionto insure to tlie ...

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

The Evening News. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 2, IS9O. SCIENCE SIFTINGS. Eleven cubic feet of water, whei frozen, make 12 cubic feet of ice. Formaldehyde acts as a poison whet taken internally, and if strong 1 enough to act as an antiseptic should be hnn died with caution and not allowed ti into the hands of children. A phonograph outfit was taken t< Osborne house on the isle of Wigli and a cylinder was put on to it which conveyed a message of greeting froir Menelik. The queen responded, and the cylinder containing her message was sent to Abyssinia. A series of experiments made bj Benno Erdmann and Raymond Dodge show that in normal reading the letters flre not spelled out separately anc one after the other, but that a shorl word of not more than four letters can be, read off in less time than a single letter. A well-preserved Soman ramp has been discovered In Herzegovina; a section 330 feet long by 270 feet wide has been traced. A portion of the Avails, the gates and the doors are...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News* THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, ISO!). HOW IT HAPPENKL>. Continued from first pagv. to the attack with great energyTheir tire became very searching, and two companies of the Gloucesters, in an advance position, were ordered to fail back. The enemy then pressed to abort range, the losses on our side becoming very numerous. "AtiJp. m. our ammunition was practically exhausted, tlie position was captured and the survivors of the column fell into the enemy's hands. The enemy treated our wounded with humanity, Gen. Joubert at once dispatching a letter to me offering a safe conductto doctors and ambulances to remove the wounded. A medical officer and parties t« render first aid to the wounded were dispatched to the scene of action from J.adyßinith last night, anil the ambulance at dawn this morning. "The want of successor the column was due to the misfortune of the mules stamped iris a...

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

Volume 1, Number 154. HOW IT DOES GROW EVERYBODY HELPS THE NEW ORGANIZATION. Mr. Loeh Writes ail Encouraging Letter From IJal- timorc. The encouragement with which the new organization of business men has met by the merchants and citltizens generally, is demonstrated by the following list of members, who have already joined tin* Association. No one has yet declined, and there are fully as many more who have not yet been seen: Avis, .las. 1... Messerole, Jacob. Altnffer, J. E. Miller, Abel. Amiss. J. B. Miller, N. (). Boyd, C. W. Miller, H. B. Berry, J. ('. McGlaughlin, J. 11. Brock, O. B. Ney, Joseph. Burke, John P. Ney, B. & Sons. Burke, Thos. H. Neff, J. Bloom, B. i Oestreicher, S. Baugher, J. Ij. Ott, L. H. & Son. Byrd, W. P. Ott, L. P. Billhlmer, E. H. Beilly, W. C. Coffman", Herbert Rosenberger, A. R. Carter. C. A. Koudabush, S. L. Cootes, E. B. Ritter, \V. Dechert, B. D. Rohr & Driver. Di'ummond, J. H. Staples, J. C. Eftinger, J. Boyd. Sulli...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg an second-class matter.l FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1899. ANN OUNCEMEN TS. FOR THE STATE SENATE. 110 THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM CONUTY:—I hereby announce myself an Independent candidate for tlio State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. CHAS. J. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. 15, 1809. rpo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM:— _1_ I ain a candidate for re-election to 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 1 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 Insure to the laborer h...

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

The Evening News* PS IDA 5". NOVEMBER 3, ISO!). CURRENT COLLEGE NOTES. Smith college has 400 freshmen this year. * Brown has a smaller freshman class than last year. Two Cornell students have been given appointments in the Chinese customs service. Williams began its one hundred and sixth year with a freshman class of 110. Four new dormitories are to be erected for the University of Pennsylyania. Prof. Rush Phees, of Newton, has accepted the presidency of the University of Rochester. i The growth in recorded use of the books in the Cornell library during seven years is 232 per cent. Nature study at the zoological gardens is to be a part of the course of instruction in Philadelphia public schools. Reports from the University of Minnesota indicate that its total number of students will this year reach, or even jjass, .'i,ooo. Two hundred and fifty-nine University of Michigan men were in service, either at the front or in cainp, during the recent Spanish war. The Presbyterians of Tennes...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News* Fit IDA Y. JH > 'EMBER 3, ISO!). r The Silent Bta«, "George," said the young bride, "I'm going to make some rock cakes for tea this evening. But you must promise me you won't say that they're not as good-as your mother used to make." "It's a promise that I can't help but keep," said George, gravely. "Why," she cried, "what do you mean by that?" "I mean," lie answered, in a hollow voice, "that dead men tell no tales." — Answers. A CoiißiKtent Misanthrope. "Can you tell why it is so much colder in winter than it is in summer?" inquired Mr. Blykins' litlle boy, who is studying astronomy. "Of course I can," answered Mr. Blykins, irritably. "There's rro use of expecting things to be otherwise. The coal trust has got to have some excuse for raising prices, linsn't it?" —Washington Star. The Remedy. When Jane was weighed, so people state, tihe tipped t lio scales, as sure as ...

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

Volume 1, Number 155. MUCH ENTHUSIASM BUSINESS MEN'S MEETING LAST NIGHT. Tlit' Hoard of Directors 1o Submit a Melinite Plan »i' Action at the Next Meeting. The meeting of the P.nainoH* Men's Association last night was well attended. A constitution for the government of the Association was adopted, hd<l remarks were made t>v many. The meeting was largely devoted to hearing expressions of opinion from those present. I)r. Nel'f spoke at some length on the matter of (he public schools and the necessity of increased facilities. He said that.it was of importance to the business interests of the town that better facilities be furnished; that our present school building was overcrowded, and that the business men should encourage and sustain the city council in any effort they may make to enlarge the building or erect a new one. He also spoke of the advantages of a public library and a park, which would add both to the health, attractiveness, and intellectual developmen...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER t, 1899. ANN OUNCEMEN TS. FOR THE 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. CHAS. J. BROCK. Harrisonburg;, Va., Aug. 15,1899. ryo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM:— JL 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 Senateis public property; by it 1 am willing to be judged. 1 have favored and favor such amendments to the election law as to makcit perfectly fair to nil; tke most rigid economy consistent with good government; the abolition of unnecessary offices and officers; legislation to insure to the laborer his ...

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

The Evening News* ,S '4 TUKUA Y, NOVEMBER ■/, ISO!). AMONG THE POETS. Finally Identified. lien saw the pageantry go by. s ? ueht tho r*al hero there. Whi . drummer caught their eye. Who stepped with such a martial air. ,y rais ed their shouts in welcoming glee, nut found, alas, it wasn't he. "He's further forward!" then they cried, ■nritu drum major there they found, i \ SJ eat fur hat and haughty stride rm, l)aton weighing many a pound. ■They cheered him straight In accents free, But, alas, found it wasn't he. And when the mighty train had passed, a i ' 00 ked about In blank dismay, lii "inimured, as their hearts beat fast: Perhaps he isn't here to-day! Though many a figure proud we see, We always find it isn't he!" And then the wise policeman spake: "Did you not note the gentle mien Of one whose modest-manners make The touch of contrast in the scene; The man who didn't seem to bo Filled with importance? That was he." —Washington Star. The liveliness of the Antique. Her husband had...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News* SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, ISOO. MITCH ENTHUSIASM. Continued from first page, some definite plan of action .and report to the next meeting. Much enthusiasm was manifested by all those present, and it was the general belief that much good would result from the Association. As the office of the Evening News seemed too small to accommodate all the members, it was decided to hold the next meeting in the city council chamber. The Association then adjourned to meet next Friday evening at S o'clock. A 1 the Churches Tomorrow. M. E, CHi'iton, South. —Rev. .T. It. Andrew, pastor. Preaching at 11 a, m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School, 9:110.; class meeting 2 p. m., Kpwortli League, G::S0. Literary meeting of League Tuesday evening atß o'clock. Public prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:3oo'clockp. m. Official meeting first Thursday in each month at ,S p. m. Men's prayer service Friday evening "/ at 7:30...

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

Volume 1, Number 156. BRITAIN ALARMED. LADYSMITH HEPOItTED AS CAPTITRKD. General While is Also lielieved to lie 'in tlie Hands of the liners. London, Nov. 5. —The evacuation of Colenso, officially announced here to-day, fortv-eight. hours after asimllar announcement from Boer headquarters, at Brussels, testifies to the complete investment of Ladysmith by the Boers, and makes the relief of Gen. Sir George Stewart Whitenn extremely difficult operation. The news was another bitter pill for the British public, and is arousing fears that thecontinentalstatements of a second serious defeat of Gen. White may provetrue. A significant fact is thnt the war office does not say when Colenao was evacuated, so the statement from Dr. Leyds, the diplomatic representative of the Transvaal who is located at Brussels, that the Boers had occupied Colenso on Thursday, was possibly true. There is much apprehension that the war office is suppressing bad news. No details are given, the announcement simply ...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postoftlce at Harrisonburg a.-* second-class matter.! MONDAY, NOVEMBER (i. ISO!). ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THE STATIC HEN ATE. mo THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM JL CONUTY: —I hereby announce myself 11.11 Independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7tli day of November, 1899. CHAS. J. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. 15, 1899. 110 THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM: — . 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 1 am willing to be judged. 1 have favored and favor such amendments to the Election law as to makeit perfectly fairto all; the most rigid economy consistent with good government; the abolition of unnecessary offices and officers; legislation to insure to the labo...

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