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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 November 1899

The Evening News. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER £7, IS9U. /THE KAFFIR'S WIVES. Tbe> Are Purchased for Ten Cowa and Are Qnlekly Discarded. The aborigines of this \ast country were black men—the Kaffirs. They have lost dominion of the country and are but serfs to the burghers or citizen:;. The Kaffir, says an interview in the Columbia State, is a day laborer and reck ons his wealth in the number of heads of cattle he may be able to acquire. He works for a couple of years until he can get 31 oxen or cows. Then lie hies himself to ihe Zuzuland on the ea-'t or to other countries controlled bv black men. and .here buys himself a wife. Ten cows is the price of u wife. The eleventh is kileld for the weddingfeast. The Kaffir remains a few month.- with his wife, then otT to Ihe mines he goes to earn the price of another. When he posessses half n dozen wives .he Kaffir's menial toil is over and he becomes n gentleman. Ilis wives plant the mealy (corn) and look after what cattle their lord and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 November 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICEB. The Evening News. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23, IS!)!). CALENDAR XOYEMBEH. Sun risen 7.13 Sun sets nt +.17. New Mobil— The 3d, nt 5.21 a. in. First Quarter—Tlie XOtli, at HrL".i a. m. Full Moon—Tlic 17tli, ot 5.13 n. in. Last Quarter—The 2Dtli. Nt 1.2!) n. in. THE STATE. Interestinsf Events in Neighbor- ins Counties. A deal was consummated at Lynchburg on Monday by which George I). Carter becomes the purchaser ofoo acres of valuable conl lanjl belonging to the Dunn Coal Land Company, near Coeburn. in Wise County. The price paid was $125,000. Benoni Stanton, aged about 70 years, for many years a. justice of the peace, who lived several miles west of Woodstock, was fond dead lviug alongside the public road near Columbia Furnace Tuesday morning and died shortly after noon. A widow and six adult children survive him. lie lived three miles south of Strasburg and was the owner of five splendid farms. Informati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 November 1899

Volume 2, Number 15. LATEST WAR NEWS ROERS MAKE ANOTHER ATTACK ON TIIE RRITiSII. An Artillery lliiel is iu Progress. There will Soon be Decisive Fighting:. Moot River, Natal, Nov. 23, —The Boer guns begun to shell the camp at sa. in. The British artillery is in position on high ground to the east, west and north of the station. The artillery duel was continued until S o'clock, when it ceased for an hour. The Boers recommenced at 0 o'clock and dropped three shells into the camp. They are still firing at intervals with no damage, nlthough their aim is good. A patrol of Thorueycroft's horse has returned from the direction of Ilosetta and reports all quiet there. Qt eenstown, Cape Colony, Wednesday, November 22. —For strategical rensons and to reassure the British population, Gen. (iataere lias decided on a partial forward movement after the reinforcements arrive lonight. Several further arrests have been made at Faauwport and in that neighborhood of influential Butch, suspected ot disl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 November 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofftce at Harrisonburg a* second-class matter.! FRIDAY, S OVEM BE II 'J4, ISO!). A CONSTITUTIONAL GUARANTEE. In a very interesting interview in the Atlanta Constitution of the iiOtli instant Senator Morgan discourses upon a subject which in of profound interest and which has excited grave consideration. The Senator says that in section 4 of Article IV of the Constitution expansion is provided for and imperialism in government is forbidden by a solemn guaranty that forever dedicates to a republican form of government every area that becomes permanently mil>~ ject to the jurisdiction of the t ailed States. It is this: That "thcTTnited .States shall guarantee to every State in the I'nion a republican form of government." The Senator adds that "this guaranty is prospective, anil applies to new States 'admitted' by Congress 'into' this I'nion. and also to the States that formed the Union;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 November 1899

The Evening News. I'ft IDA r, .Vo r/:.!//,»i'l. IS!)'.). HERO OF THE BRAZOS. A Texax Farm Ilanil "Wlto Sn* ; :l Mitnj* Lives In the Itrcft Flooils. the city of Hempstead, in Tex ; , there lives a farm-hand w 1'" bus ]"'ovn! nimself aheroof peace,and whose i . should be remembered by' 'l"' peapic - his country with all the gratitn willingly bestow upon tin; herm sol . armies, says Youth's Companim One of the great rivers of Texas isl■ Jlrazos, a stream subject to gre. : which often rise so suddenly th::i Die people living near it have no fitae ta escape the rush of the water.-. In early 1 inies a colony «>r Fnti.i : i a n friars established a mission mi a mou; near the bank of the river. T]|. l.■ i:iI( n church ard a. village, and taught tin neighboring Indians. A hostile 11 i! however, swept over the country, ravaging and burning, and (here M-.-ia: to be no salvation for the friars and tin V converts behind the feeble <!ei'i ; their mound. Isut, of a sadden t! ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 November 1899

The Evening News* FR IDA Y, NOVKMBEK 21, IS9O. HERO OP THE BRAZOS. A Texan Farm Hand Wlto Sa» ed Many Lives In the rtrcent Flood m. 4^ ar the city of Hempstead, in Texas, there lives a farm-hand who bus proved iiimself a hero of peace, and whose nar should be remembered byMhe people > . his country with all the gratitude they willingly bestow upon the heroes of our • l-mies, says Youth's Companion. One of the great rivers of Texas is the Brazos, a stream subject to great, floods, which often rise so suddenly that the people living near it have no time to escape the rush of tlie waters. In early times a colony of Frtinei i an friars established a mission on a mound Hear the bank of the river. They built a church nr.d a. village, and taught the neighboring Indians. A hostile tribe, however, swept over the country, ravaging and burning, and there seemed to be no salvation for the friars and their converts behind the feeble defence o r their mound. But of a sudden the waters ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 November 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News* rill DAY. XOVIMBEII L>4, 1800. CAIiEN l> Al!—> OV KM It B I!. Sun rises 7. I t Sun srl h :il I. Hi. New Moon—The Bd, ut 0.21 a. in. Flrßt Quurter —Tliu luth, ut 8.20 u. in. Full Moon—Tlic 17th, nt 5.13 n. in. Last Quarter —The 25th, at 1.29 u. in. THE STATE. Interesting Events in Neighbor- ing Counties. It is announced that the Union Stock Yards, a new big Richmond enterprise, will be ready for business by December 15, and that the Richmond Abattoir, a large adjunct undertaking, will begin operation# by January 15. Fertilizing concerns at Richmond announce increase in the price of their products of and $2.50 a ton. The reason given for this rise is the increase in the price of potash auii beef, botli of the articles entering largely into the composition of fertilizers. Thf contract to handle all naval business between the Atlantic and Pacific coas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 November 1899

Volume 2, Number 16. IN THE PHILIPPINES THK INSUitGKXT CONGRESS IN NO MOKi:, lienernl Olis Reports llie Capture of (lie Principal Members on Thursday Last. Washington, Nov. -I.—AdjutuntGeueral Corbin received thefollowing significant message from Gen. ('tis this afternoon. indicating the disintegration and demoralization of the the insurgent, forces: "Manii.a, Nov. I t, "Adjutant-General, " War Department, Washington : "The claim to a government by the insurgents can he made no longer under any fiction. Its treamrer, secretary of the interior and president of congress are in our hands. Its president anil remaining cabinet officers are in hiding, evidently iri the different central Luzon provinces. Its generals and troops are in small hands scattered through these provinces acting as banditti or dispersed pluylng the role of 'Ainigos,' with their arms concealed. "The indications are thai Aguiualdo did not escape through thelines of Lawtonor Wheaton,buttled westward from P.aynmbang ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 November 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) DY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflceat Harrisonburg as second-class matter. ) SATURDAY, SOVEMBER 1809. GENERALS LEE AND WILSON. Then 1 is now one vacancy in I lit' liwt of brigadier generals of the Regular Army, and another will be created in January by the statutory retirement of Brigadier < ieneral Thomas \l. Anderson. The existing vacancy has been left open to enable the Pres- ident to advance one or more officers of the Army, in recognition of specially meritorious services duringthe Spanish war and the Filipino insurrection. There is a well-grounded impression that it is the purpose of the President to bestow recognition of this character upon lirlgadie'r Generals James F. Wilson, Fit/.hugh Lee and Joseph Wheeler, officers of the Volunteer Army, who have distinguished themselves recently in the military service of the Government. Generals Wilson and Lee are now in command of military departments in Cuba, and...

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

The Evening News. SATURDAY, XOYI'.MP.KIi IS!)!). PRESIDENT'S EXPERIENCE. Vnliex Hefiutc i n State Department 111 l 11<1111R- nml I'liiiln Mlm AUvlxerx Are >ut lit Home to I!iki. President. MeKinley hud an interest itig experience recently when lie iintt Assistant Secretary t'orlelyou Mtnt out. for a walk. Tliu route taken Vy them was towards the public grounds south of the white house. They had not pone far when a. severe storm began. The president and liis companion sought, refuge in the state department. President MeKinley said he would call on Secretary Hay and walked to the office of the head of Ilie state department and tried the office door, but. found it locked. The m< ssenger on duty told the president that the secretary had gone for the day. "Well, we will go anil see. Secretary Itoot," said the president, as he stal led for the war department, which is in the western portion of the building. Upon reaching Secretary Pilot's office Hie presid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 25 November 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. SATI'IIDA Y, XOVEMBEII ISM. 0 Al/TCX I) Als -- • NOV li MI! K It. Sun rincH 7.13 Snn sets ;it Ni'\v Moon—Tin.' ."><l, at .">.21 a. in. First Quarter —Tin* 10th, at H.2'.) a. in. Full Moon—The 17th, nt fi. la.m. l.ast Quarter—The 25th, at 1.2 D a. m. At the Churches Tomorrow. M. E. Clinton, Sni Tii. —Hev. J. It. Andrew, pastor. Preaching nt 11 a. in. anil 7.:50 p. in. Sun tiny School, !):30.; class meeting - p. in., Epworth League, Literary meeting of Leugue Tuesday evening atß o'clock. Public prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:3oo'clock p. in. Official meeting lirst Thursday in each month at S p. m. Men's prayer service Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Junior Epworth League Saturday at !5:">0 p. m. Choir rehearsal Saturday at 7::?(> p.m. IJ. B. Ciiuitcii.—Rev. A. S. 11ammack, pastor. Sunduy School, 9:30 a. in.; preaching, 11 a. m. ...

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

Volume 2, Number 17. TEACHERS MEET. THE TEACHERS OF CENTRAL DIS- TRICT IX SESSION. They Assemble in the School Buildinir In this City and Interesting Subjects Are Discussed. The meeting fortheteaehersof f'en tral District and llarrlSonburg met according to appointment at tlie public school building in Harrisonburg on Friday, November L't, 1S9I), at 10:00 a. in. The meeting was called to order by Sup#, fi. 11. Hnlve.v and il was opened with music. Miss Nellie Wnugh al the organ and prayer by 11. S. Hooke. After Home appropriate and helpful remarks liv Hulve.v, It. S. Hooke, \V. 11. Kelsier and .Miss llelle Hannah were appointed a committee to. prepare a program. At the instance of the .Superintendent they agreed upon the following, which had been previously published in the "Free Press," at the instance of Miss Mary V. Clary, conductor of the Teachers' Column. (1.) What is your Educational ('reed (2.) Are you Educating your l'upils, or merely Training them ? tIS. I What Relation shou...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (KXCEPT SUNDAYS) 11V EOB'T B. BMYTHE. Catered In the PostoMlce at Harrisonburg as< second-class matter.! MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27,1809. FLESHY PRIMA DONNAS. Arc Willing? to Adopt Any Mtui to TUu Off Supprfltioni Weight. Getting' fat is the great dread of all women. opera singers, from the prima donna to the girl in the 'steentli row of the chorus, said a veteran theatrical manager, who was in the city a few da.vs ago, says the New Orleans Times-Dem-ocrat, and when a singer sees the fatal symptoms begin to appear she is willing to resort to desperate measures to nip them in the bud. Calisthenics, dieting, practicing with clubs, Turkish baths and even straight-out starvation are a few of the things that are generally tried, but they are rarely successful. One of the few cases I ever knew in which a marked tendency to sioutness was successfully controlled was that of a very charming: lady who is still an ornament to ike lyric stage. Some years ag...

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

The Evening News. MOMtA 1. XOVKMltlin IT, IS!)!). OIJR COLONIAL TRADE Commerce with Cuba, Porto Ricc, Hawaii and the Philippines. A (llff Increane Xotetl Both in 2isipiu'lN nml Exportß—AffricciKnral Implement* Form ltem of tlie Latter. Commerce between the United States and Cuba, Porto Kico, Hawaii, and tlie islands continues to grow with amazing:rapidity. The total of our imports from these islands was in nine months of 1899 $53,273,224, against $31,471,270 in the corresponding- months of IS9S and $33,059,105 in the same months of 1897, while our exports to them in nine months of 1599 were $29,921,77::, against $11,933,833 in the corresponding' months of 1898 and $11,480,153 in the same months of 1897. From I'orto Xlioo, Hawaii and tho Philippines the imports of (lie nine months jnst ended are larger than in any corresponding months in the history of our commerce with tliose islands, though from Cuba they are necessarily less than in the years prior to the destruction of her sugar ...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. J MONDAY, NOVEMBER i'T, ISM. CALENDAR—NOVEMBER. Sun rises 7.11 Sun nets at 4.4.1. New Moon — The ltd, lit 5.21 a. 111. First Quarter —The loth, at 8.29 a. in. Full Moon—The 17th, at 5.13 a. in. Last Quurter —The 25th, at 1.29 a. m. TEACHERS MEET Continued from first page. d. Suspensions and Exclusions — wlion .1 list! fin bio. (I) Miss Tannic Speck, (-') Miss Verdle Jl. Coffin an (3) Miss Tannic S. ('offman, (4) JtWss Nellie l.ineweaver, (5) Miss Mary Floyd. r. The Relation of Teacher to Parents or Guardians (ll Frank <i. Payne, |2| M. E. Koontz, (3) M. A. Good, (4) i. S. Wampler, (5) Miss Henrietta Cromer. S. The Limits of the Control of Teachers over Their Pupils. (1)C. F. Echard, (2) Jas. Skinner, (3) J. A. Stone, (4) B. S. Landes, (5) XV. A. Blose. 9. How Far Should Parents be Consulted In Special Cases of Discipline? (1) R. G. Early, (2) Samuel Ritchie, (3) Miss B...

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

Volume 2, Number 18. TEACHERS MEET. TIIE TEACHERS OF CENTRAL DISTRICT IN SESSION. Tliey Assemble (n fiie School Building In Ihlri City and Interest ins; Snlijeets Are Discussed, Sl;<o\H IIAV. The meeting opened with prayer und music. The question, li.) "What materials are you furnishing to build up the moral* of your pupils?" Was then opened liy Miss Not tic W'uugli, who said Shu thought tin* subject of great importance and tried to tench morals In all her work. J'rot. U.S. Hooke stated that he used discipline, stories, lessons, and fxum/ilf as materials to build up the morals of his pupils. < Hhers made remarks, and a. good deal of interest was manifested by the tenchers present. Miss Hnnnn.ii stated Hint she used duties to deskmates us a, means of leaching duties to their neighbors; nlso, talking and telling tnles; she would speak to pupils who would cnrfy tnles about the tencher and would lead them to see how bad it was; stories are also good. (2.) "Division...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofllco at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1809. Farmer's Fruit Cake. To make a former's fruit cake, chop fine half a pint of dried apples : corer with half a pint of cold water and let them soak over night. The next morning add a cupful of golden syrup; simmer gently for one hour. Stand aside to cool. Heat half a cupful of butter to a cream : add one cupful of granulated sugar. Dissolve a teaspoonful of soda In two tablespoonfuls of water and add it to half a cupful of buttermilk or sour milk; add this to the hatter: add two teaspoonfuls of cinnamon, half a teaspoonful of cloves and one egg well beatfln. Sift two eupfuls of Hour; add a little Hour, ji little of the dried apple mixture and n little more Hour until you have the whole well mixed. The batter must be the thickness of <.rdinar,v cake buffer. Pour this into a well-greased cuke pan and bake In a m...

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

The Evening News* 77 BSD A Y. XO VMMBIiR 2N, 1899. ARE A SUCCESS. The Double Turret* on the New Battleship Kentucky Are Tested In Rongli Weatlier. Naval contractors arc elated over the report which lias reached Washington from Newport News of the admirable performance of the new battleship Kentucky, the sister ship of the Itearsarge. Capt. Chester, the commanding officer, writes that the ship was particularly steady, rolling only slightly. Tlie weather was such as to test the ability of a large ship, and the results are the. more gratifying to the designers be»ause there has been sonic question -is to the effect of the great weights represented by the double turrets on the deck. It became a great problem whether the two-storied turrets, containing four heavy guns eaeh, would not seriously affect the stability of the ship. The calculation was so well worked out that even under most adverse conditions the battleship showed itself one of the most steady of naval Vessels. The continuanc...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILMNC COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2S, 1800. CALENDAR—NOVEMBER. Buu risen 7.17 Sun sets at 4.4 H. New Moon —The .'id, at s.L'l a. in. First Quarter —The luth, at 8.20 n. m. Full Moon—The 17th, at 5.13 a. in. Last Quarter—The 125 th, at 1.29 a. in. TEACHEKS MEET. Continued from first jmge. ly discounted if not altogether useless. M. A. Good then made some remarks. He said that he would invite his patrons lo the school, especially if there was any misunderstanding iu regard lo the subject taught, or the method of teaching a branch; that he would also visit patrons beforehand. I. S. Wampler read a paper on the subject, which he promised for publication. Miss Henrietta Cromer then read a pointed paper on the subject, suggesting some important ideas. (7.) "Limits of the control of teachers over their pupils." was then discussed by .J. A. Stone, who said a teacher should be careful not to antagonize pat...

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

Volume 2, Number 19. THE SUPERVISORS. THE BOARD MET ON SATURDAY LAST. % A haul; List ol Accounts Considered ancl Payment Ordered. (Continued from yesterday.,) T'n.v for commissioners anil officers of the November election at #0 for each of the twenty-six preeints, ( Wlttigs Store only bllln for S">.OO were before the Board) #155.00 C. L. Hedrick, attendance on Hoard ofSupervisorsOdays, at #3.00, #18.00; 108 miles travel at 5 cents, #8.40 20.40 Same, 1 day on committee, #2.00; services as chairman. #lO.OO 12.00 A. U. Wise, 4 days service on Hoard, at #3.00, #12.00; 30 miles travel at 5 cents, #l.BO 13.80 Frank A. Heatwole, <i days service on Board at #3.00.... IS.OO David Wengt r, 0 days service on Board, #18.00; 84 miles travel at 5 cents, #4.20 22.20 Same 11 days on Committee at #2.00 22.00 John S. Martz.O days attendance on Board, #18.00; miles travel at 5 cents 18.00 Same, 11 days on Committee at #2.00 22.00 The following sheep clsiniM were allowed : Jacob H...

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