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

The Evening News* PVBLISHICD DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS; BY ROB T B. SMYTHS. Entered In the Postofflce ai Harrisonburg a.' second-class matter ] WEDNESDAY, DECEMUER 6. 189 U. MARKETS 0./ Women Do Most of the Selling as Well as the Buying. Am Animated Settle Whloh Is OaJoolated to Hake a Lasting Impression on Foreign Observers* ■ The To ml o Meat Market. One of the great centers of trade in Manila is the Tondo market. It is located in the center of a district which was known as the bed of the rebellion, but it escaped the lire that spread havoc and devastation to that section of the city last February. Far away, •lown one of the streets, can be seen the tower of the Tondo churel), and sometimes iiii the gathering quie» of evening can be heard the bells from thnt edifice. At this market the women assemble from neighboring' districts, and at their stalls all the fruits and flsh of the island may be found. The women squat in rows behind their baskets haggling with the native women and the Ch...

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

The Evening News, WEDXESDA Y, DECEMBER (J, 150,9.. 3e wins. If not, lie loses. And he '"-cs with good grace, too. There is another place in Manila which is as important, if not so inter-s-sting, as Tondo. It is the meat market. All the slaughtering is clone there and day after day droves of native steers disappear through the doorway. They pass under a rigid inspection by the government, and il' they are found to be all right they are driven on to the butcher. The work is done under electric light. Water flows freely, Sbout the place, and to all appearances' it is clean. The cattle arc of a breed raised for the market and grow to be lis fat and sleek, though not as large, us the American beef cattle. Kvapui-atlon nnil the Ouvan. Lieut. Maury calculated that, if an Inch of rain fell over a fifth part of the i.urface of the Atlantic, it would mean I'll addition to its volume of 300,000,000 lons of water; and that, if the same unount of water evaporated from the t'eenn, it would leave ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 December 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COM PANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO OONSUMERB AT WHOLEBALE PRIOES. The Evening News, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER (1,1800. ISusiuess Weather Note All seasons are favorable to advertieements planted in the Evbmno Nbws. Fine display of China and Glassware at Rockingham Exchange Co. Mr. Sol. Loewner, of Baltimore, is in town visiting relatives and drumming up business for his tobacco house in Baltimore. Sol. is always welcome here, for he has a host ol friends at his old lioiue in this place. Largest line of Fine Lumps intown at Rockingham Exchange Co. Col. John E. Dovel. of the county, was a visitor to town today. For good job printing, cheap, call at this office. PRESCRIBING FOR HKRSKI.r. Dr. Young—My dear, your throat demands better protection from the draughts of the opera house. Mrs. Young—Yes, darling; X ought to have a tliree-rope pearl necklace for such occasions.—Jewelers' Weekly. A Catastrophe. i She made somo angel food for him— At night he was to come; In rushed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 December 1899

Voltime 2, Number 25. LATEST WAR NEWS STORY OF TUG SIEOE OF LAOYSMITR Garrison Suffering from Restricted Diet ancl Frequent Shells. London, December (I.—a budget of news from L>ady smith, which arrived today, brings the history of the beleagureri garrison up to November 29. In spite of the rumors of a retroKrnde movement unon the part of the Boers, the sorties just received show that 1 lie garrison, although still strong, was suffering from confinement, restricted diet and the increasing volume of the liner artilery fire, especially that of an additional heav.v-caliber gun placed in position 5,000 j ards from the western defenses. The dispatches relate that the Boers had discovered the most vulnerable points of the garrison, and that shelling was becoming disagreeably effective. The rations had been reduced, nnd there was a great deal of sickness. Nevertheless, the troops of the garrison were in every way preparing to meet the assault which it was anticipated the Boers wo...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS/ BT BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofßce at Harrisonburg a" secoud-clafts matter. 1 THURSDA Y, DECEMBER 1899. The designer of the battle-ship < >r»Ron. George W. Dickey, 'if San Francisco, predicts that within a few years Kt«ol ships 1000 f#»-t lung will he built for the Paciflc trad*. Hut. he ■ays the advance will b» gained by gradual increases, because it will tuke time to calculate the effect »f strain on hulls. * long hull rests variously on the series of waves, and there is also a side roll, all of which makes It difficult to secure the right rigidity without practical experiments. The advantage of long ships is the gveat«r carrying capacity and the fact that the cost of the crew is no more that on a smaller vessel. On the Pacific the Intern are built with large Hint# room*, freely ventilated, as the eliinato is warmer thau the Atlantic. The 800 Tagals atßay omboag who agreed to surrender if to a super...

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

The Evening News. THURSUA r. DEC I'M liER 7, /«,<>. NEW K ALT ; jTRy . Sinrlcd T!,|, . .Vondertal Jin (I -jof WsiiorcueloM Whilo tin* ri'sl nt ilur country Jia.s 1 I'f.vinjy J,", unci ;:n cents a slice for Watermelon ut lunch, out in Kansas I bey have been thrashing them—yes, llirasliing melons, throwing them into luacliines by the ton, smashing the rich, .juicy fruit into useless pulp, imil nil to get Ihc seeds. They have actually found it a profitable business. This hns been a great melon season Kansas. The innumerable square miles of saml hill and wasfe, absolutely THRASHING WATERMELONS. (A New Industry Startea This Year tn Western Kans-as.) useless for ordinary farming, have been discovered to be invaluable for melon patches. The whole stale went into Hie business in the spvisg, and thereunit was that jQ.poiihd melons sold ;it l\v<>. fov a nickel in September. Kansas ate her fill of melons, shipped till she eould sell to any market at ...

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

THE HARRISONBtfIItd MILLIN c COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 189 th THE STATE. Interesting Events in Neighboring Counties. The Newport News and Norfolk Transportation Company has been chartered. Miles Seaton. tow n serireant of Middleburg. Loudoun county, who was •tabbed by a neifro named Thompson about, tea days nk'i, died from his wounds on Sunday night. John Ellis was accldently shot by his broiher, James Ellis, in Klnir Geuruv county, while out hunting and died in a few hours after. The exports from, Newport News tor the month of November last aggregated $3,104,112, an Increase over last vear lu saint- mouth of $492,•21. Hon. E. A. Saunders, of Franklin county, was elected Wednesday »s Speaker of the House of Delegates at Richmond. He was unanimously nominated in caucus. Largest line of FineL impsin town at Rockingham Exchange Co. From Davtou. Dayton, Dec. 7, Miss Mary Aim McGuire, who was paralyzed last week,...

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

Volume 2, Number 26. OUR TOIL ROADS. THIS QUESTION DISCUSSED IjAST night. Tlie Business Men's Association Asked to Consider tliis Matter. The meeting of the Itusiness Men's Association last night was one of unusual interest and showed that it has before It a, wide scope of duties to perform. The main object of the Association is to foster and build up the business interests of Harrisonburg and induce the introduction of manufacturing; enterprises in our midst. To accomplish these great objects, it is becoming more and more manifest, will require a very large amount of work. The proceedings of last night's meeting will be found elsewhere, but full as they may appear yet the scope of the work before the Association can be only indefinitely thus made known. The appointment of a road committee last, night was a Htep of magnitude and or the highest importance. This committee will look over every road entering Harrisonburg and will from time to time report on various features of amendment...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) UY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 FRIDAY, DECEMBER,B. 1890. Philadelphia is immensely pleased with the results of its National Export Exposition. A paper there says "it might well be continued until the new year without indications of a surfeit on the part of the eager throng of visitors." The exhibition wastheontgrowthofthePliilidelphia Commercial Museum, a permanent institution occupying a large buildlug and employing several hundred people engaged in spreading information about American manufactures and in promoting foreign trade. It ha* 30,000 correspondents, tf.OOO of whom reside abroad. New York City is preparing for the Pari*) Exposition an immense map of Itself mensurinf»2r> by 28 feet, on a scale of COO feet to the inch, showing everr street, park, waterway, public square, monument and prominent building. The city topographical force is working day and night t...

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

The Evening News, FRIUA Y, DECF.tiIiER S. ISO!). POLE AND EQUATOR. I.lttlr Village of North Perry, Mr., In l.ncntpfl Preclnclj- MUlwnj nelwoon Tlioin. A singular mark of honor, and yet one lo which it is naturally entitled. Has just, been conferred by the United (States government upon North Perry, Me., a little village situated in Washington county, about 21 miles from Calais. That hitherto insignificant hamlet is located midway between the equator and the north pole, and this memorable fact is to be noted on a shaft MIDWAY MONUMENT. [Shaft to Be Erected by the Government at North Perry. Me.) , tvliieh is to be crected within the next few days sit one of the most oentrnl points in the village. There is one church in North Perry, iiml the shaft will be placed on one sire •if the little path leading from the ttreet to the church door. On the front nf the pillar will be cut the words: "This stone marks latitude 4u degrees north, half way from the equator to the north pole." Naturally ...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND PEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICEB. The Evening News* FRIDAY. DECEMBER S, 1800. OUR TOLL itOAPS. Continued from first page. adopt measures to stop the collection of toll on the road from Tlawley Springs to the top of the mountain towards Pendleton county. This one road is not all the Committee of the Business Men's Association here will huve to look after, but this is all we can speak of today. There should not be a toll-gate within five miles of Harrisonburg in any direction, and there probably will not be one after a while. Hast Point Items. Kast Point. Dec. <>. Mr. William Marshall's new mill at Elkton is now completed and doing excellent work. We learn that Messrs. L. H. Bruce & Co., at Bruce's wholesale and retail store, shipped over seven thousand pounds of dressed poultry for the Thanksgiving market. We are glad to note that Mr. Sutflti, (who now resides over at the postofflce), lias recovere...

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

Volume 2, Number 27. THEY ARE COMING. the merry or pons ark ROLLING IN. In Single File, Squads, Companies, Hatallions, and Regiments. The watch contest is growing in interest every minute. The rule requiring coupons to be not over five days old has resulted in bringing In hundreds and even thousands of coupons in the past few days. Two of the contestants now have over 1,000 votes each, and if indications go for anything at least two or three others will reach that number by Monday. War news, Congressional aft'airs t the Philippine question or the unseating of Brighnm Roberts,of Utah, are not. in it with the watch contest. There has been lots of good-natured rivalry and plenty of discussion on this question, but no one lias yet ventured a positive guess as to who will he the successful teacher. Miss Mauz.v, of McGaheysville, was ahead again today, with 303, while Miss Clary came next with 3'J.V Miss Gordon received 120 nnd Miss Speck 110. Additions were made to all the other candidat...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DA) r,Y (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BV ROB'T B. SMYTHS. (Snterwl In th» Postofflce at Harrisonburg a" second c!a«s matter 1 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 'J. 189 V. AEMOBED TBAINS. Llttlu Ironclad forts on wheels, each capable of running a mile in two minutes, with room inside for 100 riflemen, and carrying a small rapid-Are gun or two, are a valuable addition t» the resources of an army. The English provided quite a number in South Africa and they have proved useful, though two have been disabled and captured by the Boars. Both were making long runs miles a way from n supporting force and over a track to which the enemy had access with artillery. It in not strange that they were lost. The armored car wrecked north of Estcourt had beenfrlskingforseveral days over a stretch of fifteen niiles between the linns, theeneniy ueeming to be invisible. But he was planning to get the car anil its garrison by secretly planting a battery where it commanded the line and by dynamiting the r...

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

The Evening News. SATT RDAI'. DECh'MBEU 'J, !$!)!>. BITS OF TIMELY INTEREST. The' neglected grave of Gen. Moses Cleveland, founder of Cleveland, 0., is soon to have a costly monument. Lieut. San Diego Maceo, a son of the •. üban leader, is on his way to fight the Philippine rebels. In an intervew at Omaha he said he hoped some dav to be president of Cuba. The grave of President Tyler, in Hoi iywood cemetery, Richmond, Va„ which has been unmarked for :J7 years, is to have an appropriate monument, the gift of the cemetery oflicials. Alfred ,T. Newton, the new lord mayor of London, is one of the largest manufacturers of yeast in the world. He is also a heavy owner of steamships and interested in many other mercantile enterprises that go to make London famous. He is only SO years old, and was born at Hull. Gen. Cirobler, of the Orange Free State, is decidedly versatile in his attainments. He is a grain grower, an ostrich farmer, a stock raser and a diamond mine owner. Though ...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND PEED TO OONBUMERB AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. SATURDAY, DECEMBER !). 18!)!). WITH THE WORKERS. Chicago has 1,400 letter carriers Ccmert is used in France to protect iron railway bridges from the fumes of locomotives. * The cost of strikes and lockouts in llreat Britain, according to an English journal, foots tip a total loss in wages alone during the last five years of $lOO,1)00,000. The loss to trade and manufacturing interests is simply beyond eomimtaticn. A recent report shows that Pittsburgh has 2,383 mills and manufacturing establishments, 012 of this number being rolling mills and blast furnaces. Sixty million dollars is paid annually in wages In these mills and factories, and 82,000 men arc employed. A successful automatic ore. uuloader has been invented. Four machines will be used in the average large ore steamer. This number of machines will employ according to present calculations 24 men. They will do the work of a...

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

Volume 2, Number 28. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Uatheretl for (lie Information mid Benefit of Our Evening Readers. Price of wheat todav 05 cents. Miss Emily Devier spent Sunday In Dayton. Welty Co nipt on arrived Saturday over the C. & W. For good job printing, cheap, call at this office. Judge John Paul arrived on the Southern yesterday. Santa Claus lias unloaded all his toys at Abe Loewner's. * Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Weisjger left on the Southern Sunday. Beautiful line of Chamber Sets at Rockingham Exchange Co. Mr. John I. Harnsberger. of Port Republic, is in town today. Mr. Frank Gould, one of our most popular visitors, is in town. Mrs. Edward Parcel! |eft thismornto join her hugband in Roanoke. Mrs. Julia Diilard, of Keezletowu, spent Sunday with Mr. J. H. Dwyer. Miss Charlsie Harmon, of Mossy Creek, is visiting Miss A. I!. Rosen, berger. Mr. 11. I?. All lie i' linn begun moving intra his new resilience on West Market street. Messrs. J&...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY KOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In tho Postoftlce at Harrisonburg af second-class matter. I MONDAY, DECEMBER 11.1599. THINGS HAVE EXPANDED. A bridge at Boston over the Clturles River lias been replaced at the en«l of 113 years. The old bridge was 1,503 feet long, 42 feet wide, had a 32-foot, draw, and cost $50,000. The new structure is 1,900 feet long, 101 feet wide, has a draw of i!4O feet, and cost #1,500,000. When the first bridge was completed there was a grand celebration, bells rang, cannon thundered, and 800 citizens banqueted on Bunker Hill in honor of "one of the greatest, enterprises ever undertaken in the country." The new bridge wa» opened with a few formalities. Things have expanded since 1780. A medical enthusiast on the subject of automobiles suys the banishment of horses from cities, with the resulting cleaner streets, will greatly reduce the number of cases of lockjaw, typhoid fever, influenza, choleraic diseases and bl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 December 1899

The Evening News. MONUA y, DECEMBER 11. IS9D. TOLD OF XI vL..„' . .IK. The duchess of Sutherland is an enthusiastic supporter ol' tin- Salvation | Army. The czar travels in a train with cars fitted with telephones and lighted by electricity. Siam's crown prince, having completed his education at Harrow, his brother, l'rince Kangsit, has now ben lent to England to school. Lord JJosebery is now seldom seen in London excepting 011 Sunday, because of his growing fondness for quiet, which he iinds In London only on the Sabbath. The late Lord Watson had a liabit of interrupting counsel, and this often caused irritation. One distinguished lidvocate once reproached him on this account in private. "JCh, man," said Lord Watson, "you need not complain, for I never interrupt a fool!" English royalties are very fond of playing simple games, and the "spell-it-for-mc" game is the favorite of all. Lord Beaconslield once gave the queen the letters A T 1! K L V It A to make into a word. The queen tri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 11 December 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY BELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONBUMERB AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, ISM. At Brandywine. A correspondent of the South Brauch Tleview, of Franklin, I'endleton county, writes to that paper about the developments making at Brandywine by the location at that point of the Harrisonburg Tanning Company's new bark-extract mill. The writer says: "We are justly proud of this great enterprise, and it Is not only for our good but we believe its influence for good will be felt all over our county, and we also believe tkat such valuable works as these are the sure forerunners of that other great enterprise, that of bringing a railroad into our county. We should all rejoice together that Pendleton County, not Brandywine alone, is the fortunate and favored. "Our little town is beginning to put on a new face, beginning to look up and we look for a long and permanent improvement, not an improvement "for a little while." No one expects these gen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 December 1899

Volume 2, Number 29. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. leathered lor the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Readers. Price i>f wheat todav <>."> cents. We are sorry to say that Mr. P. Is. Mooney, of Mt. Crawford, is confined to his room by illnes. Mr. T. M. Williamson left yesterday afternoon for a short visit to Mt. Jackson and New Market. It begins to look as if the lioard of Supervisors will have toclean lip the old jail lot and put it in presentable order. The new heating apparatus in the jail. Mr. Switzer says, is doing most excellently, and is a grent improvement over the old one. Mr. Wm. Xealan, who has been working at Clifton Forge for some time, returned home 011 the 15. & (). train this morning vin Staunton. The jailer informs us that for come months tlie average of prisoners bus been only three, and that he lms the mime number on hand at present. J Mr. John Tompson went to Staunton yester...

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