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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 November 1899

The Evening News. ■' '■ ! ■ Fill OA 1". XOVRwtIEII 17. ISM). HORSE MEAT PATTIES. After Swindling III" Patrom s•* Glfffht Yearn a l'uris I'rovlslua 3lerehaiit Ih I'Ruelit. Perdon, a provision merchant of Paris, lias been justly sent to prison for eight months on a charge of selling horse patties, says ike Paris correspondent of the Loudon Telegraph. There was 110 doubt 111 the least about his guilt, and he can never be held up to liis contemporaries or to posterity as the victim of a judicial error. The bordereau in his case was a small jar or pot, which was produced'Tn court. It was marked outside with the mysterious letters "M. JT„" and the magic words pate de foie gras which generally appeal to epicures. This alleged pot of goose liver was simply horseflesh, and, as an official nnajyst remarked in court, it was bad nt that. Pcrdon also sold pots or jars* of alleged patties of duck, pheasant,' quail, hare and lark, but they were all of the same foundation. He bought old Jiorscs in ...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 November 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening; News* FRIDAY. NOVEMBER IT. 189!). CALENDA R—XOV*;MREII. Sun rises 7.07 Sun sots at 1.58. New Moon—The SJd, at 5.21 a. in. First Quarter—-The iUtti. Nt S.-JO a. in. Full Moon—The 17th, nt 5.155 a.m. "Last Quarter —The 25th, at 1.29 ft. ni. Wa.viand's Educational Institute. The above institute will render the ~ following program Friday I'ttli, inist. at S ]>. m., in the first Baptist church (colored ) of Harrisonburg, Ya.' 1. Trio, Miss Mary K. Carter and . others. Remarks by President. Singing. 4. The necessary essentials which constitute a public school, supplied. 5. Duett, supplied. (i. How to instruct a primary grade, Miss Ida Lee "Wilson. 7. The immediate needs of the negro, Prof. S. E. Kay. S. Original poems, Mr. T.J. Johnson. !). Singing. 10. Address, l'rof. (i. li. Hulvey. .The object of this organization are found in the following : 1. We want better gradeof teachers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 November 1899

Volume 2, Number 10. LATEST WAR NEWS THE FICiHTIJVG BECOMING MOIMO lilt IKK. It Is Believed in London that Lnif.vsmith Can Hold Out Until HeEnforcements Arrive. Ehtcol'kt, Nov. 17.—The Eltnclo Boer force has taken up a position near ICnnerdalc, a few miles north of here. They have eight seven-pound-ers and two French guns. Their strength is 2,000 men. They have looted Henderson's store. All is quiet here and ready for the enemy if it attacks. There is no anxiety, Copeland, of the Durban Volunteers, was crushed to death by the derailed truck, and Godfrey, a plate layer, was shot through the head, but is doing well. Lieut. Alexandria had an exciting experience. A Fusilier, who had been wounded in the arm by a shell, which shattered the limb, sw.nng around and hit Alexander in the neck, almost smothering him with blood. The shell burst in front of the lieutenant, on a level with his face, and he staggered blinded for a moment. The next instant he saw his comrade lying dead at his feet,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 November 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS! BV ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in thr Postofflce at Harrisonburg ».< second-class matter. 1 SATI'IIDAI', XOVEMIiEII 7 V lS'Ji). <'Bfi 1 KhodMH amuses himself while beoeiged j«t Kiinberley by building a new nvenue and planting on each sideof it. h double row of trees and vines. The pursuit of the aesthetic under a rain of shells marks I he man of resources, The Hour President has been married twie«, bad one child by his flrst wife and sixteen by the second. His grandchildren number 101. lie lias done his share toward surprising England with the size of the Transvaal army. Speaking of the present military situation, Lord Salisbury says Kngland "will muddle through it." As long as unexpected emergencies come to nations it. dosen't pay* to let military organization run down. As a matter of course, Admiral Farragut whs a good judge of sailors. One of his private letters lias been brought to light, in which he says: "Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 November 1899

The Evening News* SATURDAY. NOVEMBER M, ISO 9. HISTORY OF THE DONKEY.* I> the Far Rant the Diminutive Aato anal Hat tiie o7 All CIaMMON. The best donkeys come from Arabia. They have clean, pmooth coaift, holfl their heads high and are used only lor riding purposes. Many are sent to Persia, where they Sell for high sum:;. Tiny lire well looked after and their harness, ings are of the rirhpst. In the far cast the donkey for <vnlurlea hns received the appreciation of all classes. A line Arab steed, used solely for the saddle, exists in Sj-ria and u smaller kind is devoted to the use of the women when Ihey wish to ride abroad. As one goes farther east (lie donkeys diminish in stature, and in India the tiny animal called n donkey is used only by the people of the lower caste. Europe, Malta and Spain supply tin' finest donkeys, and in parts of Italy and •France good specimens may be secured. Although the donkey was feoivn in England in the reign of the earliertiu.v o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 November 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. SATURDAY, XOVKMBER IS, ISIIV. CALE3IU R—NOV EM HKR. Sun rlxeH 7.«>K Sun nets nt J-.!i2. Now Moon—Tlie :id, nt .".21 n. m. Flint Quarter —Tlie'iOtn. at s.2'.i u. 111. Full Moon—The 17th. Nt s.li!n.m. I.ast Quarter —The l!stli. at 1.29 a. in. At the Churches Tomorrow. M. E. Cm iicn, South.—Rev. J. K. Andrew, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. in. and 7.-SO p. ni. Sunday School, 9:30.; class meeting 2 p. in., Hpwortli League, *>:3o. Literary meeting of League Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Public prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:3oo'clock p. in. Official meeting first Thursday in ouch month at S p. m. Men's prayer service Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Junior JCpworth League Saturday at 3:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal Saturday at 7:30 p.m. r. B. Chuhcii.— Rev. A. S. Hatninnck. pustor. Sunday School, {1:30 a. in.; preaching, 11 a. m. and 8 p. in. Prayer meeting every Wednesday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 November 1899

Volume 2, Number 11. IN SOUTH AFRICA. THE BRITISH ARE ARRIVING IN OVERWHELMING FORCE. The Two Little Republics will Soon be Shown the Power of the English Nation. London, Nov. IS.—A brigade of Guards today arrived at the < (range River camp. General 1.,0 rd Methuen is rapidly pushing forward his preparations in order to make an immediate advance to invade the Orange Free State and to relieve Kimberley. General Methuen lias decided that the Kimberley relief column Is to march in as light order as possible. Small bands of Boers nre roaming in Griqualand West, annexing town# without opposition. They have already taken possession of I'.nrkly West and Douglas. A few police were captured at both places, and the Boers appointed land rosts in each town. Kimbki.m.ky, Saturday, Nov. is. via Runner to Orang lJiver.—'The Boers bombarded Kimberley again at 5:15 o'clock this morning, shelling the town briskly until (1:15 a. 111., from three positions. Subsequently they maintained a des...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) IIY ROBT B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg second-class matter. 1 MONDAY, XOVEMBEII -'<>■ AMERICA'S MAP MADE UP. The adjustment which Riven Ibe United States one of the islands of the Samoan group, and ends tintripartite connection which lias included England and Germany, as well as this country, will give a chance to the Amercan geographers to .close up their work and take a needed rest, We have gained this little, but rather important, -island in the South Pacific, and no other accesssions of territory, insular or continental, need be looked for within the next few years at least. Within the past twelve or fifteen months the contour of the I'nited States has been changed considerably at several points. Our boundaries hav« been pushed outward to the south, the west and southwest. The stars and stripes will hereafter fly at points hundreds, and in some cases thousands, of miles away from an? ...

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

The Evening News. MOXHAY. XOVMui:/: n 0 IS!l!) MARK TWAIN AND EMPEROR. Fruncla Joseph Keren e* die American in Special Anillence. P 7n"' Franois Joseph received 'Mark Twain (Saimiei L. Clemens.) in special audience nt Vienna the other afternoon. The emperor displayed the keenest interest in the literary work 3( Mr. Clemens and remarked also that lie was much prat Tried to observe "tlio efficiency of the Americans from a military standpoint." Mark iwain to'ul the emperor that he had come to the audience with a carefully prepared German speech, lmt liad forgotten it the moment lie entered the reception hall. This caused iraneis Joseph great amusement, and he replied: "Don't trouble yourself. If you cannot say anything J n German, say it in Kuglish, and I will translate it for you." llie emperor proceeded during a 20mlnuteinterview to lielpTwain through the difficulties of German, felicitating liirn all the while upon his progress and finally taking leave of him in the kindliest manner...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. MUX DAY. NOVEMBER l'(K 1800. CALENDAII—NOYEMBEIt. Hun risen 7.Kit Sun nets ut4.50 New Moon—The yd, at 5.21 a. in. First Quarter—The "iOtD, at IS.Hi) a. in. Full Moon—Tlio 17th, at 5.13 a. m. Last Quarter—The 25th, at 1.29 a. in. THE STATE. Interesting Events in Neighbor- insr Counties. The Virginia Annual Conference of the M. E. Church, South, is in session at Petersburg, Bishop A. W. Willson presiding. The keel of the United States coast defense monitor Arkansas was completed at the Newport News shipyard Saturday, and within « week the work of construction will lie under way. The Arkansas is being built on the ways vacated by the Cromwell Line steamshipCoinus. Mrs. Elizabeth O'Bannon, wife of the late Walter O'Bannon, and sister of Hon. Jacob S. Eggborn, of Culpeper County, died at her home near Boston, that county, Saturday evening, in the sevent.v-ninth year of her age. Mrs. O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 November 1899

Volume 2, Number 12. BOERS REPULSED. AN UNSUCC'ESMFiJL ATTEMPT TO CARRY LA IJVSSIITH, British Losses Reported to l»e Light. The Boers Annexing; More Territory. Lioxnox, Nov. JO.—.V special di«patcli from Estcourt. dated November 20, soys !i report Ims reached there of a battle at l.udysmith Wednesday, November 15, lasting from daybreak until 2 in the afternoon. Many Boers are said to have been killed and inan.v fire reported to have been taken prisoners. The British losses are reported to be much less. Another-battle is said to have occurred Thursday. It is described as the heaviest yet fought. The Boer dead, it is added number hundreds, while the British losses were comparatively small. The present week, according to the dispatches from the front, ought to see a change in the defensive tactics hitherto maintained by theßritishin South Africa. It is said that trie task allotcd to (Jen. 'Jlery—that of relieving Ladysmith—will tax his generalship to the utmost. The Boers are developin...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SMTTHE. Entered In the Postoftlce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21. 1899. THE STATE. Interesting' Events in Neighborliir- Counties. The Crimora maganese mines in Augusta county are to l>e put in operation with modern machinery. ,Ex-Lieut. Gov. Kobert ('. Kent, of Wytheville, was thrown from ills horse a few (lavs ago and painfully hurt. The personal and other property of th«" Roanoke Machine Company, at Salem, Roanoke County, has been assessed at $2,030,000. "Valley Farm," the home of the Ruffing, near Richmond, was totally destroyed by fire Friday. The building was erected over 200 years ago. Thaddeus H. Ivey, died ill Lynchburg on Sunday morninff, aged 70 years. He was born in Powhatan County, but moved to Lynchburg in 1840. Ho was prominent in business and was an esteemed citizen. Who is Who? A week or more ago a notice appeared in the papers of this city that there would be an...

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

The Evening News. TUESDA I'. XOV'.MIiER 21, ISO!). WI NS HIGH APPROVAL Submarine Boat Holland Proves Herself a Marvel at Last Test. 'lllvea and Ran* a Mile Under Water : -Plrei a Whitehead Torpedo Actnratcly While Submerged lind Gets Away Quickly. I Tfcs board of inspection and survey fthat lia<l charge of the inspection of "the submarine boat Holland, tested the other day in Little Peconic bay, at the eastern end of Long Island, has returned to Washington. It is agreed that the work of the Holland was a surprise to the naval officers who went to see the test, and who were prepared, it is believed, to witness almost anything except what did actually occur. It is a semiofficial statement |to say that the Holland's success was a complete success, one beyond the anticipations of the board of inspection and survey. | The first run was made shortly after Itwo o'clock, with John Lowe and Commander Emory on board. She made a iquiek dive, and ran the course of one mile,with n fly...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21 ISO 9. CALENDAR—NOVEMBER. Sun rises 7.09 Sim sets nt 4.50. New Moon—The 3d, at 5.21 a. m. First Quarter —The iOtn, at 8.29 a. in. Full Moon—The 17th, at 5.13 a. in. I.ast Quurter —The 25th, at 1.20 a. m. From Dayton. Mr. .1. M. Good anil wife have moved in Mr. S. ('. Rhodes' house on High street. We welcome them to our "town." R. C. Saunders expects to open a meat shop in the Helms building on November 22. Miss Emily Devier is spending u few days with Miss Ida Funkhouser on' Main street . Mrs. C. A. Carter, who lias been visiting her parents here, returned to her home In Harrisonburg westerday. Mr. Mew bury and Miss - Funic were visiting at Mr. Cootes' on Sunday. The Epworth League of the M. E. Church will hold an oyster supper on Thanksgiving evening. Weather Forecast. Washington, Nov. 21. Warmer tonight with fair in east and fair followed by rain in west po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 November 1899

Volume 2, Number 13. HOBARTS DEATH. THE VICE-PIIESIDENT DIED TUESDAY. Much Grief Expressed Throughout the Nation by this Sa«l Event. Patehson, N. J., Nov. 21.—Vice President I-lobart died at a. m. The family and physician were at Mr. Hobart's bedside when he expired. The Vice President had been failing since late yesterday afternoon. At midnight he became unconscious and at 8 o'clock this morning lie had an attack of angina pectoris, from which he never rallied. His death followed at 8:30 o'clock. Mrs. Ilobart, Dr. Newton, Mrs. Newton, who is a cousin of Mrs. Hobart, and Miss Alice Waddell I lie nurse, were at the patient's bedside constantly from the time lie became unsconcious. At 7:.10 o'clock the Vice President's private secretary, Mr. Evans, called up the White House by telephone and notified President McKlnley that Mr. Ilobart was dying. At it o'clock Mr. Evans communicated again with the President, notifying him of the Vico President's death. Garret A. Hobart, jr., was. also ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 November 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY , ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Euleroil tn Uic Poatotßco lit Harrisonburg iv second-class matter. 1 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER it'. IS!>9. THE STATU. Interesting: Events in JJeisrlibor- inj.r Counties Over his own signature. Mr. Collis I'. Huntington, the multimillionaire anil owner of the bis- shipyard at Newport News, confirms the report that there is some probability that he will establish u large cotton mili at Newport News in the near future. In the Virginia Conference of the M." E. Church South, in session at Petersburg,v on Monday Itev. W. Asbury Christian presented resolutions protesting against the seating of Representative Roberts, of I'tah. The nsolutions were unanimously adopted. In the County Court of Kockbridge at Lexiegton Monday, Judge W. P. Houston presiding. Daniel Montgomery. a negro, wiio attempted to shoot W. A. Davidson. a fanner of South River, because he ordered the negro off his place while hunting thereon, was s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 November 1899

The Evening News. WEDNESDAY. SOV I'MliKll Vl', IS!)!). TE'e legation "or Austria-Hungary is a few doors away, in Rhode Island avenue, and Secretary of War Hoot lives a square away, in llhode Island avenue. One of the special requests made by the admiral of the Dewey home committee was 1 hat- the Jiouse selected should front the south, and this condition is fully met in the new home. The house is built of brick, with brown stone trimmings, it. is 27 feet wide and 72 feet deep, with a. rear yard 40 feet deep, extending to an alley. There is no stable, but tlio admiral has arranged for the purcha of a stable on an adjoining 1 lot- for the accommodation of his horses and carriages. There arc 17 rooms anil four bathrooms in the house quite enough for ADMIRAIj DEWEY'S KCME. (Known as No. 3747 Rhode Island Avenue, Washington, D. C.) the establishment of the admirul. The entire first, floor is divided into three large rooms, separated from each other by sliding 1 doors. The parlor, with a s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 November 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER IS9U. CALEN%» A K—NOV K Jl BE H. Suil rlxi'H 7.1- S"ll M'lK llt |s - New Moon—The 3d, at 5.21 a. m. First Quarter—The iOtd. at 8.29 a. in. Full Moon—The 17th, at 5.13 a.m. Last Quarter —The 25th, at 1.29 a. m. THE COUNTY COI'RT. Long List ol' Cases Disposed ol' Yesterday. The following are the proceedings of the County Court on Monday '• A list of deeds, etc., since the lust term of Court was presented to the Court anil inspected and ordered to be filed. The following grand jurors were present in Court and were sworn, lmpanneled and qualified according to law; Kirkwood Bell, John S. Bowman, Newton <i. Bowman, Frank L. Rhodes, K. W. Funk, A. S! Hooke and-Martin I?. Lineweaver. After retiring to their room, and considering the matters brought before theui the grand jury returned into Court and presented the following indictments: Against John Minor al...

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

The Evening News. Volume 2, Number 14. ESTCOURT CUT OFF. BOERS WE IX EQUIPPED WITH CANNON. The English Have Started for tlie Relief of Kiuiberly. London, Nov. 22,—There has apprently been no communication with Estcourt, Natal, since noon Tuesday, and the Boers now control the railroad thence to the Mooi river. Consequently niomentious developments may be expected at any time. The I tool's, It seems, are swarmlncsoutliward. Large bodies of them are reported all around, and parties of Boers appear to be threatening i'ietermarifzburg. The Boers encamped at Highlands station are well supplied with artillery and all evidence tends to show that the various/ Boer forces are being largely increased by accessions from the disaffected Cape burghers. The serious deficiency in cavalry is being felt by the British, who are unable to keep in touch with the Mabile Boer forces, whose presenceis hardly reported before they are lost sip lit of, only to reappear atanotlier vital point along the lineof...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofllce at Harrisonburg a-second-class matter.l ' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IS!)!). IS SOLDIERS' Fill EN I). Miss Gould Supplying Men at the Front with Traveling Libraries. ProKccii She Ik Making 111 Flfflit on Roberta—Has Issued ail Appeal to Spanish War Veterans to I .end Their Aid. ilis.s Helen Gould lrf again proving hei-self "lhe soldiers' friend." She is •upplying Ihe men nU the front with traveling libraries. The United States transport. Thomas, which recently tailed for Manila, carried t«o of these libraries for the troops in the I'hilippines. 'Within the next few flays similar libraries will be sent. to the troops in Cuba and Porto Rico. The men nt Forts Hamilton and Slocnm liave already received their boxes of books. The libraries are put lip in oak cases with room for ii hundred or more volumes in each ease. On a brass plate fastened 1o Ihe inner side of the folding front is this inscription...

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