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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 November 1899

The Evening News* MONUA Y, NOVEMBER 6, ISM, SAND FOR DYSPEPSIA. A Clilcnsro Sinn Eats .a Half Tcnspoonfnl Every Dny and Flndn Ifinispif Cured. jlliat lialt u teaspoonful of sand a clay and you'll be liealthy," says Louis Conners, a Chicago baker, according to the Chicago Tribune. Conncrs takes his own medicine and swallows a mouthful of sand in a glass of water every !>4 hours. ]Ie declares that lie thrives on the peculiar diet, and« that all of his family are sand eaters, more or less. "No, I don't buy it at the drug store; sea sand nor none o' that," says Conncrs; "I just dip a cupful of sand and slit and drift all mixed up out oil the lake front. Then I wash the dirt out of it, and eat the sand. I think it probably would do just ns well to eat dirt and all, but I'm a little particular about my diet." Conners' theory is that every human being, like some lower animals, needs a certain amount of sand in the stomach to aid digestion. "F'r instance, a canary bird," says Con...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 November 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICEB. The Evening News. MONDAY, NOVEMBER (' 1S!)9. Railroad linilding in the South. The number of small railroad Hues in various parts of the South being constructed or promoted to reach cotton mills is quite large. According to the Manufacturers' Uecord, lines have been completed in Alabama, South and North Carolina and other States, purposely to give cotton mills additional transportation facilities. At present several roads are being built for the same purpose. The cotton mill lines range from 5 to 20 miles length, and are usually branches of some larger systems. In some instances, according to the Manufacturers' Record, the cost of the railroad represents half of the capital of the cotton mill Company, showing the amount of freight business a plant of this kind can create. Klcctions Tomorrow. Tomorrow elections will bo field in various States. In Fowa the Republicans claim they will have -10,000 maj...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 November 1899

Volume 1, Number 157. COUNCIL MEETING. IMPORTANT MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED. Increased School Facilities, Sewerage and New Pavements Before the City Fathers. The City Council will meet tonight. The meeting should be one of very great interest for there are several matters of importance that should come before the Council for consideration. There never has been a time probably in the whole history of the Council when so many almost vital questions and matters were pressing before that body. All of the lesser matters are overshadowed by those that are fraught with the greatest importance to the welfare and the interests of every citizen. The public school building should behaving especial attention. Some preliminary consideration should be given to the subject of sewerage. The new paving to be laid very soon needs some definite action, as to whether the vitrified or common brick shall be used. Resides these there are other pressing matters. All of these will cost money. How to accomplis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 November 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofllce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER T, 1899. Columbia and Costa Itica expect to follow the example of fSan Domingo and Venezula by changing their through revolution before ,the ends. Some of the Cuban agitators are perspiringly eager to jump Into this business. Chicago is larger by 15,000 through the annexation of a suburb called Austin. The prairie fires and coon hunting in the corporate limits of the Windy City become more interesting eTery year. According to a waiter of seventeen years' experience in a New York restaurant, his tips have never been lesa than his salary of $10 a week. He has just purchased a home for $18,500. Some curiosity is felt as to whether the correspondent who forwarded the report that Oom Paul wanted to surrender unconditionally in still supplying the world with news from the Cape. Our advance from San Isldro has been much retarded by hig...

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

The Evening News. WEspA r. xovmfnßß r, ism. g WHAT IS A RACCOON? question llrin,-s Out All Sorts of Inawe I'm in a Cn«c Itofore u C'Jii"SO Justice. The alleged larceny of a pet raccoon took .T. llirschwich, an aged Jew, into the court of Justice Doolcy at Chicago. It became necessary for the court to secure a, description of a raccoon, and then tlio fun began. Lawyers, policemen and spectators each took turns describing the animal, and when they had finished Justice Dooley was more at sea than before. "In the first place, the animal is not called a raccoon, but a ratcoon," vol- THE MYSTERIOUS CREATURE. unteered Prosecutor McGinley, "because it looks like a rut." "No, jour honor," said the defendant, "it looks like a ■wolf; lias a bald head and a liump like a camel." "You are all wrong," interrupted Bailiff Murphy. "A inacroone, as it is called, is caught in the north of Ireland, and resembles a squirrel, except that it has a hump on the back." "It resembles a pig, only it is bigger ...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News* TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. IfM. CALENDAR—NOVKMHEK. Sun rises G.. r >7 Sun nets lit 5.0. - !. Now Moon—The art, nt 5.2] a. m. First Quarter—The 10th, at 8.2!) a. 111. Full Moon—The 17th, nt 5.13 n. m. Lnst Quarter —The 25th, at 1.29 a. in. Weatlicr Forecast. Washington, Nov. 7. Fair tonight and Wednesday. Light variable winds. Harrisonburg Markets. Corrected rtallv bv E. W. Sullivan Co. Wheat 11+ CO <>!"> Corn —White >15 («> 40 Yellow >1!1 (a) !18 Hay $ r. 50 «i< 8 r.O .Mill feed—Shorts 14 00 (nil tilt; Bran 18 00 (all 5 00 Lard 00 (a, 07 Potatoes 40 (til 50 Chickens 05%Cit) 00 Eggs 17 C<6 18 Butter 12 @ l!t (3 reen Coffee 12 (ni >15 Boasted Coffee 10 («, 40 Granulated sugar 0(> <a 0(1 Brown sugar 05 @ 0(1 Salt 1 00 m-1 25 G.A. salt 75 (<i) !I0 m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 November 1899

The Evening News. Volume 2, Number 1. ROCKINGHAM'S ELEOTK >N. The I l< 11* Democm lic Ticket Wilis.—Koozell lor (lie Sciiii lc, lihifcoinore sind I'iillnrsoii for I lie House of Dele^'fites. 1 % I ISI 5 tZSI - i c mtKHNCTS. 5 - 5 i E 1 1 3 =' US O .S • . ' •- u I cs s d Swift Hun 17 81 furnace No. :2 : • Elk ton sT x» Si' .VI (1(1 * McGaheysviile l((l 111) 105 SI 105 110 Port Republic S4 20 71 30 15 04 ('ros* Keys 4# 14 i 40 ! 24 10 2s Moyerhoeffers Store 4:1 11 :I7 31 14 14 I'ieasant Valley 40 20 30 :13 20 24 Mt. Crawford 100 10 105 75 10 17 lJridgewater 08 :i:i 82 84 :J9 41 Ottobine 07 05 77 00 100 05 • Dayton 80 :J4 75 47 02 .'lO Mt. Clinton 02 55 <)s si 5:: :!2 East Harrisonburg 221 32 205 178 :!2 58 West Harrisonburg 201 02 105 174 4s 08 Keezletown 178 j 10 130 13s 42 , 47 Mountain Valley -'1 17 Melrose I :S4 01! 78 :!4 5:) 4 Edoin I 80 33 SI , 75 25 :!1 Singers Glen 00 :!.'i 01 j 57 is 20 Oak Grove ! | ! Tenth Legion 70 j 100 80 , 78 88 85 Timb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 November 1899

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofttce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 WEI INKS DA Y, XOVEMJiER S. ISV9. STREET CAR ETIQUETTE. Audible Thank* of a Woman Given a Seal Impels Many Men to Similar Courtesy. Thnt the dispute as to whether a man shall or shall not give up his seat to a woman on the.street car may be decided in favor of the woman if she gives a proper acknowledgment o£ the courtesy, every woman who rode on. a crowded A'orlh State street car one evening' recently lirmly believes, says the Chicago Tribune. It was raining hard, with a driving wind. There is a limit even to the capacity of a trolley car. Standing 1 room and crowding room seemed exhausted, but a short, ruddy-faced woman squeezed her w ay into the car, dragging by the hand a small boy. A mail arose and gave her his seat. The woman dropped into it and smiled beamingly. Adjusting her skirts, she tool; the boy on her lap, and, turning to the right ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 November 1899

The Evening News. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER S, IS!)!). CURIOUS EXPERIENCE Waiting in a Mine Shaft for a Blast to Go Off. The Man wHli i:n limply Klcotc Pnys It Seemed Kll'teen Miaulo:* l.cfore tlie F.xt»losiDii Oconi'refl, lint It A\:im Only i> Si-coiul. To aSciv Orleans Time.-: -JJenioerat reporter a man with an empty sleeve toUl a curious story. "In ISti!) I was prospecting ill lite tloplili lead district," lie said, "and with two partners had sunk a shaft about ;J0 feet deep on a promising claim. At the bottom o£ the vation we started to 'drift' in other words, tod rive a t >■ n 11 el ii i rigli t angle*. One alternoon when Hih tunnel lia<l progressed sonic J:i feet it l ie::me necessary to put in a blast. J win below at the. time and my two companions were at the. top, working the wii:< I hi; >. I drilled a hole in the formation, which was very hard, put in a dynam'te cartridge, tampeil it well with broken rock, lit the fuse and s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 November 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. \vi:pxesda r, noyumber ,v, ism. CALENDAR—NOVUM HER. Snn <5.57 Sun sols at New Moon—Tlie :!d, at r>.L'l a. m. FlrHt Quarter —Tlic 10th. at 1?.2!> a. in. Full Moon—The 17th. at 5.1:1 u.in. I.fist Quarter —Tlic2otli, at 1.21) a. in. THIS TOWN COUNCIL Continued from lirst pngc. chase the old Independent fire engine stored at the pumphouse of the old water system. The matter was referred to the committee on Lights and Safety, with authority to sell if they deem the proposition fair iind equitable. The motion won made by Councilman lJucher. A petition was presented from citizens of North (ierman street, for a wnter main along that thoroughfare and up on the Kratzer Hill rontl, I • which is an extension of North (lerman street. The signers pledged themselves, by attaching the amounts to their signatures, in the sum of annually, which with the water tax a...

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

Volume 2, Number 2. OFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS. Tlir Regular Demoer.'itie Ticket Wilis.—lveezell lor Hie Keu. r i!e, TMitkeinore iind Pnttorson I'or (lie Mouse ol' Delegates. Tzj "r '\-V' t |'; | i< | /!'•; i~j j J § 2 '? % c. £ 'Sk L I'l!I'l INt'TN. ! W ~j S ~ f. = I.? I : >' >' 7I !_£ ~ ! -* - 1 Swift Hill) IT :!l I* In 2*> J:! Furnace No. 2 !> 2 ll s 2 I Klkton / n" <«> *3 s 2 53 oo McGaheysvllle 101 110 105 *1 105 110 l'ort Republic *4 2(1 71 •'!!> 15 !>4 Cross Keys 4!) 14 -It; 24 10 2s MoyerhoefforH Store 4:! 11 37 31 14 14 Pleasant Valley... 40 20 39 :!:| 20 24 Mt. Crawford 100 10 105 75 10 17 ltridgewater OS 33 S2 s4 ;!!) 41 Ottoblne 07 95 77 '.Mi 100 05 Dayton 80 34 7.") , 47 02 39 Mt. Clinton 02 55 OS SI 5:1 :I2 Fast Harrisonburg 221 :!2 205 17S :(2 58 West Harrisonburg 1 201 j 02 195 174 4S <>S Keezletown 178 i 10 130 13S 42 47 Mountain Valley 21 17 23 10...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) iiy ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In thr Po.stofllee at Harrisonburg an st-condclasw matter. I THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1599. TOLD BY A BURG-LAB. How He Was Once Scared Away by Mysterious Sounds. When, Many Venrs Afterward, the Cause of the Htraiiße IVolncn W'nn Revealed to Him lie Felt I.lke Kli'kiiiK 111 ins e If. "As a rule," said the retired burglar to a New York Sun reporter, "I did not pause to look at pictures in the houses I visited; there wasn't time even if I had had the inclination; but sometimes one's attention would be fixed on a picture by circumstances, i'or instance, as X was passing my lamp one night ,nlong a parlor slielf to see if therev,as (anything there, the light fell, 'at the same moment, on a silver snuffbox ami a daguerreotype of a man in uniform that stood ri;_'lit beside it, and as I (dropped 1 lie snuffbox in my pocket 1 held Hie light on the picture for a minute and inspected it a little more closely. It intereste...

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

The Evening News. THVIISOA Y, NOVEMBER !), IS!)!). where, and wlien 1 set toot 011 tuai lower step he ruffled the big drum gently, the low groan; it was easy for him, and these groans grew under his hand as I advanced, till lie hit tlint whack when I was near the top, and then'beat it with frantic energy when he saw that that single thunderburst ilidn't stop me. "Was he scared? Well, now, you bet your life he was, and I sould imagine him gay and gallus as he was now, walking along, beating away on the old bass drum, with the skyrockets a-soar-ing and the Soman candles a-spouting-around him, standing that night in a dark room in his own house and beating the big drum as he never beat it before or since; but I'll bet a thousand dollars to a cocoanut that X was worse scared than he was; but tliat wasn't the worst of it. "As long as it was a mystery, why, 1 tould stand it very well; but I've never, from that day to this, never met a brass band in the street without feeling sort of sheep...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News* THURSDAY, NOVEMBER <j. IS!)!). CALENDAR—SOVtiM BER. Sun rises G.s<> Sun sets at n.Ol. New Moon—Tlie ild, at 5.111 a. in. First Quarter—Tlie lotn, at 5.211 a. in. Full Moon—The 17th. Nt C.ln. in. Last Quarter —The 25111. ni 1.20 n. m. From Dayton. Dayton, Nov. S. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyteriau Church, announces that they will liold an "oyster supper" at the AVaverly House, on Saturday night., Nov. 11,18i)9, Mr. W. J. (Saither, who rvas called " home from Pittsburg, Pa., by the deatli of his brother, Mr. Chri*. Gaither, of Lacey Springs, is spending a few days here. He expects to leave for Pittsburg Friday morning. Mr. T. Mongerstartedfor his home in Tazwell County on Monday yiorning. He was called here by I lie death of liis mother. Miss Kate Few returned home Monday from Kastern Virginia. Rev. \V. I<. Childress commenced a ...

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

Volume 2, Number 3. PROFIT IN FRUIT. SOME lIEMAItKAHLE APPLE ' ORCHARDS. Great Possibilities that the Valley of Virginia Offers in Tills Direction. Yesterday we printed some remarks upon this subject, but owing to the length of what whs necessary to he said in order to give the render an intelligent view of this important subject, in which the Evenino News has at all times taken a very deep interest, the remainder of the article is here given. At last fruit culture, as one of the chief productions of Virginia, is attracting a widespread attention throughout the State, and ihe newspapers are beginning to tell something of the result. On this subject the "Frederlckburg Free-Lance," of recent date says: "The people of Virginia living in the mountain regions ure reveling in apple-butter, apple-jack, cider and cash this fall. The apple crop up there is a wonder. The Shenandoah Valley, from Winchester to Lexington, is red and yellow with the luscious fruit, and even in the Roanoke Valley ...

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

The Evening News* Mi Z - „ PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Post office at Harrl3onl)urf; as second-class matter.! FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10. IS9D. Metorlc photography will be extensively employed to make n permanent record of (he great periodic star shower due on the nights of November l:S, I!, and 15. The maximum display of meteors emanating from the constellation of L«eo comes three times in a century, and 1899 is one of the years. Photographic plates are more sensitive than the eye to all celestial movements, and without the aid of photography some of the satellites and asteroids would still be undiscovered. An ordinary camera with a lease from 1 inch to :! inches in diameter, simply mounted tobeshifted in position and pointed at the constellation from which the meteors radiate, will give good results in the hands of an amateur. Kxpowurej may last from forty to sixty minutes. The constellation rises after midnight, and observations should be continue...

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

The Evening News. FI: I DAY, \() i ' /;.i / a /•;/; /o, ismi. COSTLY AMUSEMENT. Ilow ft MlnHiief-rjovliiiv Chiwifftf nnclii'liir M'n* by it AVlly Olil Irish Woman. The Chicago Daily Xews tells this nmusiug story of one Stanton, a stalwart Chicagoan of artistic proclivities and a man of means, who has an oild way of finding amusement sometimes. All the old-fashioned methods —such as theater-going, gambling, drinking or flirting—have long lost their savor for him, and he takes his burly form into the streets of a night and hunts for opportunities of playing practical jokes. After leaving the l'almer house GAVE IT A TREMENDOUS KICK. with some boon companions the oilier night, 011 mischief bent, fee came upon it l'fuit-stall at one of the corners turning out of State street, and it occurred to him that he might as well try to get a little fun out of that as out of anything else. So he stopped and looked the stall over critically, liis friends thinking he was going to treat them to a fea...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News* FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, IS9O. CALENDAR—NOVEMBER. Hun rises 7.00 Sun sots at n.OO. New Moon—The :!d, at 5.21 n. in. First Quarter—The join, at 5.2'.) a. in. Full Moon—The 17th, nt 5.1.'! a. m. I-ast Quarter —The 25th, nt 1.29 n. 111. PROFIT IN FRUIT. Continued from first ji:iu'e\ least $l,OOO to the owner. Last year seventy-two bushels of apples were picked from this tree and sold for #1 a bushel." 'The State Department of Agriculture is impressed with the possibilities of apple raising in Virginia. It is believed that there is no industry which can be undertaken intheState with assurances of better or safer returns. The peculiarly tine flavor of the apples grown in the mountain regions of Virginia is recognized abroad. Agents who come from New York, St. Louis and other markets say the trees grow better in the soil of Virginia than anywhere else in the country, and that our hills and...

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

The Evening News. Volume 2, Number 4. GETTING IN SHAPE MEETING OF BUSINESS MEN LAST NIGHT. A Guarantee of $4,000 for an Industry Employing - 300 Hands. The Business Men's Association met last night at the council chamber, with a good attendance present. President Hollander presided. After the minutes of the proceeding meeting were rend and approved, the committee appointed to prepare a Imper descriptive of the natural resources of Ihe county and the advantages Harrisonburg afford for manufacturing industries and as localities for home-seekers, made their report. The committee stated that they had b«*n unable to complete th# report as regards Ihe county, lint submitted thai portion ns related to the city of Harrisonburg. The report, read by Mr..l. K. Smith, met the hearty approval of the Association and the committee was indulged another week to complete its work. The Board of Directors submitted ihe following recommendations, which were adopted: That the Association adopt the best p...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) uv KOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postoftice at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! SATURDAY, \<>\ EMBEU 11. 7Mill. SILK CULTURE. Gen. Edward Grady, in a letter to the Charleston News and Courier, reports the interesting fact that n planter in St. Thomas parish, near Charleston, lias achieved a very notable success in silk culture, his annual income from that source amounting to from .fO,OOO, to .fs,ooo, - and that some of his neighbors, instructed and encouraged by his example, have made ns much as fSOO to $l,OOO a year from the same product as a "by crop," and "without neglecting other plantation work." The Terrell sinters, near Charles Town, Jefferson county, this State, realized ,f3,00() on their apple crop. They shipped 1,000 barrels, and fed thirty extra hands for two weeks. They baked 130 loaves of bread every day. They are workers and have 000 acres of land. They had a displaj of fancy stock at the I...

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