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

The Evening News* THURSDAY,'MAY 25, 1890. THE SACRED BEETLE. Cni-lona Acts of the Soarabrons That Led to His Deification. As far as I can make out, a pair of beetles, malo and female, seem usually to share a hole in common and to roll balls of food to it either alone or In concert. I cannot say I have ever seen much co-oper-ation except between such partners. Once a ball is secured and safely landed—for hero, as elsewhere, there's many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip—the happy couple proceed to eat it up and apparently do not emerge again from their burrow till the supply is exhausted. Patient naturalists say that one ball has been known to last a scarab as long as a fortnight, but this I do not vouch for of personal knowledge. When more food is wanted, the couple emerge once more on the open sand and begin to collect fresh dung and refuse, which they roll into a new food ball and then dry and harden. Till very lately it was universally believed that tho female scarab laid an egg ...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 May 1899

"♦ J. J. Ml i CASH BARGAIN STORE Ml Mi f; I ; Next. Door to Bank. Va. : * * "ir i j ~.. ■ T Read ,J. J, Boyd's price list. They are stunners.' He Knows and'after he gets them is willing to sell them at the lowest'prices possible |to be sold Boyd believes in quick * < sales and small profits. C • ' • ■' • - 4 • • •• ■ - < • 'i Hammer and Hatchet handles, lc. File handles, lc. Stick pins t lc. 2 lead pencils, lc. Ink, 2cts. Mucilage, 2|cts. Steel pens, 5c a doz. Tea spoons, ic. Table spoons, lc. 2i Gal. Tin Bucket., 7*ct,s. 1 pt. cup, lc. Other tin, ware just as cheap. Buggy whips from 5 cents up. Thorough raw-hide buggy whip, 39cts. Ofili 7dts. : 25 good envelopes for 4cts. Other kind, 2ols. Oxford Teacher's Bibles, well bound, $1.00, worth $3.00. Webster unabridged Dictionaries with 1,500 illustrations, only 85cts. 1 needle book containing 125 needles besidos an assortment of darning needles, all for scts. Harnberg edging, Laces etc. too numer- J. W. SHEPHERD &...

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

Volume 1, Number 17. DEMOCRATS ARE THE VICTORS. The Democracy Elects Every One of Its Candidates Foi County Office With Good Majorities. Com. Att'y. Sheriff. Treas'r. Cir. Cl'k Co. Cl'k. I tf Jo 5- J ° °K o I -g" a Q - s us -S r PRECINCTS. ||| |C | | |I $ IIS ? a I | | 1 s s OSSo^^^^QWCQaj udo Hj I-» & H oio Q ►*» Swift Run 7. 82 41 23 68 73 107 30 23 92 32 117 FurDAOti No* 2 34 3 32 29 39 43 26 22 47 18 51 Elkton ....170 36 167 154 227 195 185 111 266 98 282 MoGaheysville 128 123 104 171 186 282 100 [17 218 131 216 Port Republic 158 59 71 119 127 146 102 126 121 121 127 Cross Keys 58 9 63 47 84 73 61 70 64 59 72 Moyerhoeffers Store 33 12 61 43 65 57 53 38 72 29 79 Plewant Vallev 73 23 50 74 70 31 118 116 33 68 80 Mt Crawford 55 32 155 79 154 84 158 18 185 37 203 BrWewater " 75 64 141 168 116 138 142 92 189 76 207 Ottobine "" 99 157 108 301 65 239 134 190 173 188 174 Davton .... 55 80 110 158 99 145 113 102 137 111 146 Mt Clinton . . 89 64 186 117 226 150 189 82 259 117 ...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1599. Spanish "honor," about which we heard so much before, during and after the war, is finely and perhaps fittingly illustrated by the number of deserted wives now returning in numbers on the "relief list" in Cuba. Spanish "hon- ' or" is not one of the deep and strong attributes which commends it to approv- . al and commendation. Evangeline Cisneros, the maiden resoued from a Cuban prison by a New York Journal correspondent, and who afterward married another fellow, is now the mother of a fine girl. It seems that the Peace Jubilee in Washington is celebrating a sort of second class peace. The groat pipe will not be smoked until Aguinaldo is vanouished. The proposition to change the name of the Philippines to the Dewey Islands might be changed to read Dewey Want Them Islands. The New York Journal has now determined to rescue Admi...

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

The* Evening News* FRIDAY, MAV ;.'U, 1899. CUTTING A TIGER'S CtAWS. The Animal Gave tlie fcoo Man Plenty of Fan. There was a lively time out at tho zoo the other day, with the big Bengal tiger as the chief autor in the hubbub. I 1 or some time j?nst this animal has suffered with an extraordinary elongation of his claws, which, growing beyond their wonted size, have turned up and piorcod his paw cushions, producing painful sores; so yesterday I lend Keeper Stanley determined to perform a surgical operation on the tiger, who, unfortunately, was just in the humor for fight. Backed up by a corps of attendants, ho approached the cage armed with a lasso, which he finally succeeded in throwing over tho tiger's head. His Bengal highness made u wild dash for the other end of tho cage, and to prevent his strangling Manlcy was compelled to play him like a fish. He raged from one side of tho cage to the other, emitting the most fearsome howls, and tho other animals joined in the chorus. Then a ...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 May 1899

J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO, — lIFAI.FRS Fresh and Cured of all Kinds, Groceries, Produce, Family Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. 115 N. MAIN ST., NEXT TO POST OFFICE, HARRISONBURG, VA. Home-made Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely pure and carefully made of best materials, and especially suited to the Summer season. —»■ OP Your patronage respectfully solicited. Lowest prices prevail always at this store. All orders receive prompt attention, and goods delivered in all parts of the city. Telephone connections in town and county. Call us up. 4S. LOBWNER'S SONS, MANUFACTURERS AND MARBLE AND GRANITE DEALERS, Nearpo ß a /offl" eet : [ Harrisoi\6ur£, Va. Prices in Marble and Granite Cemetery Work are lower now than at any time for years, at Loewner's Marble Works, and the low prices now prevailing should be taken advantage of. If you need such work now is your time to get it. Call quickly. i Sells the &est Liquors of $11 Kinds. He represents...

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

Volume 1, Number 18. THE REVISED OFFICIAL VOTE. The Completed Returns do not Materially Att'ect the General Result.—District Returns Complete. Com. Att'y. Sheriff. Treas'r. Clr. Cl'k Co. Cl'k. cs J O X- : J Q . : ® « O -o S Q - « 05 ~ c & PRECINCTS. §3 2 g C t a ~ .2 •2 S3 2® 5* fe t-mO ® iS J3 P* «- SS Ss J O > a 3 i g, 8 s I W g; W . ® CQtS Q S 6 O M U Si gj do O «-i 1-i CU W CU Q a *i Swift Run... 107 41 23 66 73 107 30 43 92 32 117 Furnace No. 2 34 3 32 Z9 39 43 20 22 47 18 51 Elkton 170 36 167 154 227 195 184 111 267 98 282 McGabeynville 128 123 104 171 186 262 100 [17 218 131 216 Port Republic, i 115 59 71 119 127 146 102 120 121 121 127 Cross Keys 58 9 63 47 84 73 61 70 64 59 72 Moyerhoeffers Store 33 12 61 43 65 57 53 38 72 26 79 Pleasant Valley 73 23 50 74 70 31 118 116 38 68 80 Mt. Crawford 55 32 155 79 154 84 158 58 185 37 203 Bridgewater 75 64 1»1 168 116 138 142 92 189 76 207 Ottobine 99 157 108 301 65 237 134 190 173 188 174 Dayton 55 80 110 158 ...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.l SA TURD AY, MAY 27, 1599. ADMIRAL DEWEY'S OPINION. Admiral Dewey has started upon his return to the United States, and has reached Hong Kong, and at latest advices was about to proceed to a nearby health rosort to remain until his flagship is placed in dry dock where it is to undergo repairs. This will cause a halt of ten days or two weeks when he will continue his journoy homeward. His reception in Hong Kong, especially by British officers and subjects, amountedtoan ovation, and was so spontaneous as to cause the great American naval hero muc'i surprise. But as enthusiastic as was his reception in Hong Kong it was a common affair in comparison with what awaits him iu America when he arrives, and we should not be surprised if he shall bo compelled to decline, as he did in Hong Kong, hundreds of invitations and entertainments tendered him there. Tf...

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

The Jivenmg News. SATURDA Y, MA Y 27, 1899 69ME NEW USES OF PEAT. Ic#rctl)' Any Textile Pftbfliw Which Cannot Be Made From It. One of the most interesting and attractive exhibits at the Vienna exposition of lost year was a building containing the most diverse articles made from peat. Everything in the building., from the carpets on the floor to the curtains at the windows and the paper on the wall, had been made from peat. These were but representatives of what will undoubtedly §oon become a groat Industry and give to the peat bogs of the world a value never before dreamed of. Credit for the discovery of the possibilities of peat belongs chiefly to a Vienna gentleman, HerrCarl A. Zschorner. His Investigations into its nature began some 13 ' years ago with a study by means of the microsoope of what Is called in Austria "torfstreu." This Is the layer of moss whloh covers the surface of most peat bogs. It has hitherto, by those who have made use of the peat for fuel, been, at considera...

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

J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO, ___==xDEALERS Fresh and Cared of all Kinds, Groceries, Produce, Family Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. 115 N. MAIN ST., NEXT TO POST OFFICE, HARRISONBURG, Home-made Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely pure and carefully made of best materials, and especially suited to tlie Summer season. IIS 60 Your patronage respectfully solicited. Lowest prices prevail always at this store. All orders receive prompt attention, and goods delivered in all parts of tlie city. Telephone connections in town and county. Call us up. i» v r r i , v m 11 Sells the Best Liquors of jfUl- Kinds. He represents a number of tlie best distilleries in the U. S., and in his stock will lie found everything kept only in a tirst-class Bar, and among them some rare, old mellow brands of strict purity. When you want the Best, Whiskey, Wines and Beer, come to me. The celebrated Pabst Milwaukee Beer always on tap, fresh daily. Call when you w ant the best of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 29 May 1899

Volume 1, Number 19. SOME REFLECTIONS SOLILOQUIES FROM OUR ROANOKE CORRESPONDENT. ( The Keautics of Nature as well as a Little History of that City and Vicinity. To him who is an admirer of nature, to him for whom reminiscences of> the past have a claim, to him who loves the everßhifting scenes to be beheld from the window of a moving train, a trip through the Shenandoah Valley must ever prove a pleasure. . To go from Harrisonburg to Roanoke when the sweet scented clover is in bloom, when all nature has put on its brightest hues and Its most splendid garb to entertain iti royal guest the in spring time,passing as one does through the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, is a pleasure to any man who admires the grand, loves the beautiful, and enjoys the sublime. Leaving Harrisonburg over the C. & W. Railroad, in one of those "kings palaces on. wheels," such as are known only to the travelling public of our own country, the train rolls on through the broad meadows of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 29 May 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflee at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 MONDAY, MAY 29, 1599. A FAKE CONFERENCE. Hon. Wm. A. Anderson, of Lexington, who signs himself "Chairman of Virginia Democratic Conference in the interest of reform in the Selection of United States Senators,'' and who was directed by said conference to appoint a committee of some sort or other for some kind of purpose, consisting of twenty reputable Democrats, has announced the names of his committee, and as st range as it may appear he only found one man whom he could appoint from the whole Shenandoah Valley —the rest being selected from the "Swamps." The distinguished conference recently held in Richmond has somewhat the appearance of a "fake,"' as it binds nobody, was s)lf-constit,uted, possibly immature, and certainly without authority from any party, however worthy might be the object. The advices leom the war in the Philippines now inform ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 29 May 1899

The Evening News. MONDAY, MAY 29, 1599 Snem Canal and the Pessimists. It was shown that from ail engineering point of view the Suez canal was impossible, while from a commercial point of view it was proved up to the hilt that, even if the canal could be made, it would, •o far as traffic went, be a failure as melancholy to the philanthropist as it would be disastrous to the inventor. The great authorities who spoke with so much assurance are all dead, and it is well for their comfort that they are. In 1869 traffic between the west and the east via the Cape of Good Hope was about 8,800, 000 tons. In 1897 the traffic through the Suez canal was 7,898,981 tons, while that round the Capo of Good Hope was at least 8,750,000 tons. In other words, one direct result of the construction of the Suez canal has been that in 88 years the commerce of the world >»»« been increased 8,000,000 tons annually. It is hardly necessary to add that the return to the investor who risked his money i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 29 May 1899

J, W. SHEPHERD & BRO, DFALFRR IN,/ ■ Fresh and Cared flEjflTS of all Kinds, Groceries, Produce, family Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. 115 N. MAIN ST., NEXT TO POST OFFICE, HARRISON BURG, VA. Home-made Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely pure and carefully made of best materials, and especially suited to the Summer season. ISP Your patronage respectfully solicited. Lowest prices prevail always at this store. All orders receive prompt attention, and goods delivered in all parts of the city. Telephone connections in town and county. Call us up. LAMB—> Sells the Best Liquors of $11 Kinds. He represents a number of the best distilleries in the U. S., and in his stock will be found everything kept only in a first-class Bar, and among them some rare, old mellow brands of strict purity. When you want the Best Whiskey, Wines and Beer, come to me. The celebrated Pabst Milwaukee Beer always on tap, fresh daily. Call when you want the best ...

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

Volume 1, Number 20. COUNTRY COUSINS. OUT-OF-TOWN ITEMS OF INTEREST TO EVERY ONE. Hinton, Keczietown, Spring Creek, and Cowans Send Contributions For Today's Issne. FROM HINTON. The prospects for a good wheat crop are somewhat poorer than usual. It seems that the Hessian-fly has done considerable damage to it. Grass is looking fairly well, though it needs rain very much. Corn is being cultivated well and kept clean and the present indications are good. Garden truck is doing well, though at present the gardens are needing rain. D. A. Heatwole, F. A. Heatwole, (our newly elected supervisor), Dr. D. R. Good, and D. B. Showalter have added to the appearance of thier respective properties by the use of the paint brush. Samuel Woods is building a large new barn and J. H. Nair has just completed one. Messrs. Heatwole and Zirkle are bandling a chemical product and machine which, introduced into a refrigerator or cold-Btorage tank in conjunction with a small quantity of ice, will produce a v...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. ' Entered In the Poßtofllce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.l TUESDAY, MAY SO, 1899. It is with pain and profound regret that we announoe the death of ex-Gov-ernor Fred. W. M. Holltday, who died at hia home in Winchester yesterday at an advanced age. He was one of Virginia'* most devoted and distinguished •one, and was always looked to as a wise and safe couoseller and adviser in the moat trying hours of his State. His gallantry and patriotism were conspicuous, and marked him as one who bore hia share of responsibilities and whose faoe was ever to the front as a leader among men. For many years his memory will be green and precious his countrymen. To Senator Gorman a New Yorker said: "Are you a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the Presidency." "Please excuse me," said the ex-Senator, 'Tm not talking any oolltics at present." It is reported ikat the two Republican factions in Ohio have taken a ti...

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

The Evening News. TUESDAY. MAY .10, 1899. BUFFALO'S ORAIN STRIKE ENDED, lint the Tte Up at the Coal and Ore Docks Threatens Trouble. Buffalo, May 15.—The grain shovelers returned to work this morning under the agreement reached at 1 o'clock yesterday morning at the conference . between the lake carriers, elevator men and grain shovelers. The terms of the agreement were reduced to writing and properly signed last night at the residence of Bishop Quigley. The agreement provides that the grain shovelers shall receive $1.85 per 1,000 bushels; that the contractor shall not receive high man's pay; that a superintendent shall be appointed by the bishop, to guard the interests of the men; that a local board of arbitrators shall be appointed to pass upon any grievances which may arise In the future, and that 14 of Contractor Conners' boss scoopers shall be suspended pending an investigation Into the charges made by the grain shovelers that they are identified with saloon inter««ts or otherwi...

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

J. W. SHEPHERD & BRO, pen F oq IN t —— — v Fresh ai\d Cared of all Kinds, Groceries, Produce, Family Supplies, Table Luxuries, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. 115 N. MAIN ST., NEXT TO POST OFFICE, HARRISONBURG, VA. Home-made Bologna and Smoked Sausage a specialty; absolutely pure and carefully made of best materials, and especially suited to the Summer season. JSP Your patronage respectfully solicited. Lowest prices prevail always at this store. All orders receive prompt attention, and goods delivered in all parts of the city. Telephone connections in town and county. Call us up. LAMB^> Sells the £est Liquors of $11 Kinds. He represents a number of the best distilleries in the U. S., and in his stock will be found everything kept only in a first-class Bar, and among them some rare, old mellow brands of strict purity. When you want the Best Whiskey, Wines and Beer, come to me. The celebrated Pabst Milwaukee Beer always on tap, fresh daily. Call when you want the best of ...

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

Volume 1, Number 21. I PUSHING AHEAD. NTINUED EVIDENCES OF PRO. ttRESSINE ENTERPRISE. How the Present Improvements in Harrisonburg are Encouraging Others. Go steadily forward, and each day there is added beauty as well as utility to this thriving little city among the mountains. Harrisonburg is moving along quietly, busily building and improving, and even the storebox gossips and pessimists—"Thus presented to each lewd thought's control"—are silenced, and like the ancient "greengrass association/' are relegated to an eternal tomb of oblivion. Under these circumstances, with obstructionists out of the way, it is made much easier for our town to grow, even were the surrounding less propitious. But when we look out over the rich section in which this city is located, the county-seat of one of the largest, wealthiest and most prosperous counties in the whole State —a section where nature has done so much to make a paradise, leaving less for man to do—there is no wonder perhaps that thiß...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHJfc Entered In tbe Po»iofflc» at HSrrlsotfburg as secoud class matter! WEB NESDA I r , MAY SI, 1899. General . J»Q>es G. Holmes commanding South Carolina Division, TTnited Confederate Veterans, has Issued •cir- cular urging the veterans of that division to attend the unveiling of the South Caralina Monument in Stonewall Cemetery, Winchester, on the 6th day of June. With their characteristic liberality the citizens of Winchester have extended a cordial invitation to the veterans of South Carolina to be present and have offered the hospalitj of their homes to such as can attend. The fund fctr the erection of this monument was secured almost exclusively through the untiring efforts of the wife of Judge William M. Atkinson, of Wlflcheater. She is a native of the Palmetto State. One of the largest contributors was Mr. Charles B. Rouss, of New York. Mr. Grosvenor, the Ohio statesman, does not covet the Speakers...

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