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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 December 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS: BY EOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Fostofllte at Harrisonburg a.-> secoud-class matter.! TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1809. WHAT THE L:. U-CILES. The special title acquired by an assignee of a mortgage assigned for the purpose of foreclosure only is held, in Taylor vs. Carroll (Mil.), -14 L. It. A. 470, not to vest in or devolve upon his administrator upon his death. It has been decided by the .North Carolina supreme court that in an action for personal injuries the trial judge has power to set aside a verdict for inadequate damages and such power is not reversible.^ The liability of a municipality for damages caused by negligence in the operation of a ferry which the city officials were operating without authority is denied inHoggard vs. Monroe (La.), 44 L. 11. A. 477, although it was operated in the name of the city, under authority of the common council. The duty to put a label containing t'he word "Poison" on every poisonous...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 December 1899

The Evening News, Tf.'ESDA Y, DECKMItER VI 1S9!). ANOTHER SET Or RULES. A set of rules for young men to follow are those laid down by a man who has built up un immense business, the ramifications of which extend all over the United States. They will bear perusal, and are as follows: Never be idle. Make few promises. Always speak the truth. Never speak evil of anyone. Live up to your engagements. Keep good company or none. Kara money before you spend it. Never play at any game of chance. He just before you are generous. Drink no kind of intoxicating liquors. Keep your own secrets, i[ you have Any. (loot! character is above all things flsc. Make no haste to be rich if you would •prosper. Never borrow if you can possibly a void It. Keep yourself innocent if you would be luippy. Do not marry until you are able to support a wife. When you speak to a person look him in the face. Ever live (misfortunes excepted) within, your income. Never run into debt unless you see a way to get out again...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 December 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News* TUESDA Y. DECEMBER V.'. ISO!). From Dayton. Dayton, Dec. 1-'. Miss Emily Devicr, of Harrisonburg, spent Sunday with Miss Alice Funkhouser. Miss Esca Helms, of Middlebrook. Va., is spending a few days here. Mr. J. S. Fisher has moved into Mr. Monger's house near Brown's mill. He left yesterday for a business trip through W. Va. Miss Jessie Whitesel, of Kockingliani, is visiting friends here. Prof. ('. E. Barglebaugh, who was spending a few days at his home in Broadway, returned here Sunday evening. Mr. W. H. Z. Kieffer and wife hove returned home from a short trip to Stanleyton. They are accompanied by Mrs. Linvingsting, Mrs. Ivieffer's sister. Mrs. Sam. Bowman, of near Harrisonburg, spent a few days last week with Mrs. ,1. It. Price. A great deal of interest is being manifested here in the watch contest. Christinas Holiday Trains, ic W. Railway Company. Trains Nos. 27 and 28, bet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 December 1899

The Evening News. Volume 2, Number 30. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Information and Reneflt, of Our F.venlntr Renders. Price of wheat totlav 05 cents. Miss Lewie Roller arrived last night on the Southern. Mr. 11. W. Bertram returned from Staunton Monday evening. Mr. T. M. Williamson returned Tuesday from Mt. Jackson. Oen. Jno. E. Roller went to Staunton on business this morning. Hon. J. .Samuel Harnsberger, of Shenandoah City, Is in town today. At Van Lear'* Jewelry Store you will find ninny useful presents very cheap. * Dr. Lurty Harris, of New Hope, arrived on the freight last night and returned this morning. The overflow from the reservoir is again flowing gently down the south side of the street. Everything in the line of Queensware, Glassware, Lamps, &c., at Rockingham Exchange Co. Mr. Jas. Ker,jr..Traveling Passenger Agent of the C. & 0., arrived this morning in the interest of his Company. The Winchester S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 December 1899

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS^ BY BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofllce at Harrisonburg a" second-class matter 1 WEDS ESI) A Y, DECEMBER Vi. 1890. In the President's message in found thin sentence: "Our trade with China lias continued to grow, and our commercial rights under existing treaties have been everywhere maintained during the past year, as they will bo in the future." The significance of the words grows with atuctv. Our last Consul at Manila, (). F. Williams, predicts that "inside of a year nine-tenths of our troops now in the Philippines will be back at home and the islands will be policed with native troops." The Macabebes are an assurance that there is good stuff in some of the tribes. Eighty farms in Massachusetts report nu annual production of from $15,000 to $50,000 each, and several farms of lean than an acre eacli yisld from $l,OOO to $5,000. Poultry farms in that state return $4O nn acre, dairy farms $27 and plain agriculture $l4. In an int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 December 1899

The Evening News. WEDNESUA r, DECEMBER 13, 1809. THE BEST CURRENT VERSE. My Doe. Beneath this turf, that formerly he pressed With agile feet, a Dog Is laid to rest. Jilm, as he sleeps, no well-known sound shall stir, The rabbit's patter or tho pheasant's whirr; The keeper's "Over!"—far, but well defined. That speed® the startled partridge down tho wind; The whistled warring, as the winged ones rise Large and more largo upon our straining eyes, Till with a whoop, while every nerve is tense, v The chattering covey hurtles o'er the fer.ee; The double crack of every lifted gun; Tho dinting thud of birds whoso course is done— These sounds, that to his listening ear were dear, He heeds no longer, for ho cannot hear. None star,cher, till the drive was done, defied Temptation, rooted to his master's side. Mono swifter, when his master gave the word, I,eapt forth to track tho wounded running bird, And bore It back—ah, many a time and oft!— His nose as faultless as his mouth was soft. How con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 December 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLINC COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1809. Important Revenue Decisions. Since the first of December there have been two important changes in the Internal revenue decisions. The first was made on December 1, and provyles that "in all cases where a documentary stamp of the denomination of ten cents or any larger denomination shall be used for denoting any tax imposed by the act o' June 1.°., IS9S, the person using or affixing the same, shall, in addition to writing or stamping thereon with ink the initials of his name and the date when affixed, mutilate said stamp by cutting three parallel incisions lengthwise through the stamp, beginning not more than one-fortli of an inch from one end thereof, and extending to within one-fourth of an Inch of the other end." All stamps under 10 cents are to be canceled as heretofore. The other decision relates to the tax on notes and bonds and reverses all for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 December 1899

Volume 2, Number 31. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (lathered lor Hie Information and Henedt of Our Evening Headers. Price n[ wheat toiiav <>."• cents. Mr. .lolin Kenny left Wednesday afternoon on the 11. & (). Largest line of Fine Lamps in town at Rockingham Exchange Co. Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Liggett arrived front Staunton last night. A nice stock of visiting cards on hand at the Evexixo News office. Miss Bessie and Fannie Herring, of Dayton, were in this place yesterday. J. \V. VanLeur engraves all articles bought of hini free of charge. After a short visit to Mrs. Sa I lie liindweaver, Mrs. Mary Little returned to Staunton yesterday. If you want to see a really line display of china and glassware just step in at 10. W. Sullivan & Co.'s. Miss Sallie Wilson, of Summit Point. \V. Va., arrived yesterduy afternoon, on a week's visit to Mrs. \V. <>. MeOorkle. The Business Men's Association w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 December 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYSi BY KOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered lsi the Postofflceat Harrisonburg an second-class matter.l THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1809. Illinois must not be judged by th* fact that It defeated Abraham Lincoln for the Senate and bestowed a seat there upon Billy Mason. The privilege of revising an opinion is what Billy views with alarm. Mr. Balfour says the British Government will throw a part of the war charges on th# gold mines at Johannesburg. Fos evident reasons the date of this transaction is not mentioned. All English paper speaks of "the persistent perversity of circumstances" in South Africu. Forty thousand Boers with rifles may be placed under that head without impropriety. News comes from England that a patent has been issued to extract gold from sea water. In due time our British cousins will be claiming all the sea water us n patent right. Spain can see from the fact that the TTnitefl States will soon have 60,000 soldiers in the Philippines t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 December 1899

The Evening News. THURSIiA Y. DECEMBER 14. I Si)!). POOLED BY A CAI-F. New York Hunter's Ludicrons Mistake Up in Maine. Ballet, «t Flush Raspberry Ret! Jersey of I'vly Disposition, I.ed ti Deer Slayer it Chase of IS Miles, and Was Shot. According to the Eustis (Me.) correspondent of the New York Sun, Bullet, the plush raspberry red Jersey call which lor the past three months has sent terror to the hearts of the farmers in this region, is dead. He was sliot last week after leading a Xew York sportsman a chase for 18 miles over the rockiest and thickly wooded part of the state, and now lies buried in .Toe's back yard. A slab has been placed over the call's grave, giving the details of the killing. Joe owns a farm on the outskirts of the settlement, and lives the years out by cooking in the lumber camps during the winter, going on the drives, spending a few weeks on his farm of three acres in the spring, and then he puts in the summer and fall guiding fishing and hunting parties who ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 December 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News* THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14,1890. Tlie New Sclicduic. Up to date the Southern llailway has not changed the running of its trains from the change of schedule which went into effect on Sunday last. The new schedule so well obliges the patrons of the road along its line, that the chances of changing again to conform to the 1!. & <>. connection at Strasburg junction is uomewhat remote. The State Ilailroad Commissioner, Gen. J. C. Ilill, has been in the Valley to view the ■ltuation, and so far we have seen no report from liim. At Van Lear's Jewelry Store ,vou will find many useful presents very cheap. New and second-hand pianos sold by Lang, corner of West Market St. - - Cheapest and best. Order suits at S. J. Lang's Music Store. ■ -O- - Lang sells Putman's organs. Best and cheapest on the market. HER MANNISH SHOES. She Was a Little Slenilcr Woman Wclßliine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 December 1899

Volume 2, Number 32. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES 0? INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. fathered lor the Information mid Benefit of Our Evening Headers. Price of wheat toonv 05 cents. .\lr. A. H.Snvder, ofthc"i{egister," went to Woodstock this morning. Beautiful line of Chamber Sets at Rockingham Exchange Co. l)r. Hattoii N. Harris, of the I". S. Navy,spent yesterday with relatives ia this place. Miss Minnie Flshhack, of Brldgewater, arrived yesterday on a short visit to Mr.,W. A. Mescrole. Mr. George Snyder returned this morning to his home in New Market, after a short visit to this place. If you want to see a really lino display of china and glassware just step in at E. W. Sullivan & Co.'s. * Miss Minnie Rife, of Timliervilie, has gone to Baltimore, Md., where she expects to remain for sometime. Mr. J. E. Templeman, of Athlone, in this county, had twelve turkeys stolen from his flock a few nights since. Mrs. Charles Bowman, who has been visiting Mrs. Mattie Kent for several we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 December 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BT ROB'T p. SMYTHE. Bntered 1b the Postofflce at Harrisonburg ax second-class matter 1 FRIDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1801). THE POLITICAL SIDE OF WAR. Military movements often have consequents s of which their immediate participants never dream. When George It's ro.val Gov. Dinwiddle, of Virginia, in 1753, Kent the youthful George Washington across the mountains to warn the French commander at Fort Le Boeuf, in Western Pennsylvania, to Immediately evacuate that post, claiming all that region for the King of Great Britlau. he ■carted the chain of circumstances wulch forced England to become an ally of Prussia, as •against France and Austria, in the seven-years' war, whose American mauilestation is known as the French and Indian war, which entended to every continent, and which has profoundly affected thedestiuyof nearly every country down to the present hour. A quarter of a century later, in the American war of independence, when Washington h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 December 1899

The Evening News, FRIUA r. DECEMBER IS. Is9!>. ANGEL BOY'S DOWNFALL. Kin Idea That He On-niul llic l.ilrlli Wn* Hmlrly Slintlorol by Another Ynnnff^lpr. A lovely little angel boy, about live years old, togged ouLin a nice little sailor suit, spread joy and peace among the passengers on art open Fourteenth street ear tlie other afternoon, says the Washington Post. He began by standing up in his scat and kicking his young mother, with much force and directness, in the stomach. "Why, Archibald, aren't you ashamed to kick mamma?" she inquired of the lovely little angel boy. "Nope, 1 ain't," he replied, and he grabbed her hat with both hands and HIS LITTLE FISTS SHOT OUT. tried to pull it off ber head. "Archibald, dearie, you must not pull mamma's hat," said his mother. "Won't you please sit down for mamma?" "Don't have to." "You are not acting like a nice little boy at all, Archibald," said his mother, reproachfully. "Darn nice little boys." "Sh-sh-shl Archibald, you must rea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 December 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRlOttt. The Evening News. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 10, ISO!). THE STATE. Kvcnts in Neighboring Counties. A bill has been introduced in the Senate for the taxation of public franchises as real property. It will be strongly opposed by the corporations. Representatives of the Richmond, Fredericksburg and rotoniac Railraid conferred with officers of the Sugar Beet Company -at Fredericksburg as to the best location for the factory. The battleship Texas sailed Wednesday from Old Point for Havana to bring back the bodies of the men lost on the Maine, The Grand Lodge of Virginia .Masons met at the Opera House in Alexandria and afterward attended a banquet given at Armory Hall by the Alexandria Masons, on Wednesday. Elder T. N. Alderton, of West Virginia, lias again been call to the pastorate of the Mill Creek Baptist rhurch In Page County. Mr. li. D. Sampsell, of Luray, has been appointod by the Interior Departmentsupei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 December 1899

.. ' " f r i The Evening News. Volume 2, Number 33. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKB. Mothered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Reader*. Price of wheat today <•."> cents. Mr. Giles I)evier returned last niglit from a business trip to Broadway. TheC. &. W. R. It. Is offering exceptionally low excurHlon rates for the holidays. Mr. Saufley. of Pleasant Valley, was reported very 111 with pneumonia yesterday evening. Mr. Jacob Funkhouser and wife, of Keezletown, are visiting relntives and friends at New Market. Messrs. J. (.'. Steigie. W. L. Yancey and J. M. Snell arrived yesterday afternoon on the Southern. Dr. Frank L. Harris oliice hours on Sundays, are Irom 0 until 10:45 it. m. ,f Messrs. Clias. Lupton, .Joe 1-louck, L. C. Myers and l)r. Hering arrived last, night on the Southern. Hirsch Bros, have purchased J the Kavanaugh Bros, sale and feed stables and will take possession next week. All members of the Y. M. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 December 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postomce at Harrisonburg an second-class matter 1 * SA TURD AF. DECEMBER 10, 1899. THE DAILY MAILS. Arrivals rom the North—l2:ss a. in., (;. & W.: 2:15 p. m. and !>:SJO p. m., Southern Railroad. departures lor the North —0:45 a. m. and :!?nr» p. m. and 7:00 p. in., Southern; 4:82 p. m„ C. & W. Arrivals from the South—o:B9 a. m.'and 2:10 p m„ n. & O : 7:00 p. m., C. & W. Departures for the South —7:15 n. m. and 2:80 p. m., B & O.; 8:82 ft. m., C. & TV? Dayton leaves at 12:5u p. m. and 7:00 p. in., and arrives nt 8:82 a. in. and 4:82 p. in., C. A W. Bridsrewater leaves at 12:55 p. m.. and 7:00 p. m., C. ft W, and 2:80 p. m., B ft O. and arrives 0:89 a. m., B. & O. and 8:00 a. ' m. and 4:22 p. m., m.. C. & W. Keeiletown, Penn-Lalrd, Montevideo, McGaheysville and Elkton arrive 12:55 p, m. and leav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 December 1899

The Evening News. SATURDA Y. DECEMBER IV. 189 D. WIELDS A CLEAVER. jMtli DUir Stevenson, of Rochcater IT. Y., Snoceaifully Run* a Rift ' Meat Market. The Rochester (N. Y.) Democrat and | Chronicle observes that Rochester lias :been referred to by some envious perj sons as a "back number," but she car boast of being a leader with but a single , exception in one respect —that of a fc'male butcher. The name of this fail I knight of the saw and cleaver is Miss - j Daisy Stevenson, find she disposes ol j her wares at an up-to-date little market ;at the corner of Plymouth avenue and ;Greig street. The proprietor is a modest, unassuming little woman, 28 years 'of age, slightly below the average height, and fair. She is a brilliant con- CUTTING MEAT FOR A LIVING, i versa tionaiist and possesses exceptional executive abilities. Miss Stevenson ha? now been cutting meat for u living fot two years and three months, havinp | first undertaken the task when her father, who had become sick and unab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 December 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY BBLL FLOUR AND FEED TO OONBUMERB AT WHOLESALE PRIOM. The Evening News* SATURDAY. DECEMBER 16. 1800. At. the Churches Tomorrow. M. E, Church, South.—Rev. .f. R. Andrew, pasior. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. ni. Sunday School, 9:30.; class meetinß - p. in., Epworth Leaßiie, (i:3O. Literary meeting of League Tuesday evening atS o'clock. Public prayer uieetinß Wednesday at 7:3oo'clock p. in. Ofticinl meetinßflrst Thursday in each month at S p. ni. Men's prayer service Friday cvenlnß at 7:30 o'clock. Junior Epworth Lettßue Saturday at 3:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal Saturday at 7:30 p.m. U. B. Church.—Row A. S. Hanimnck, pastor. Sunday School. 0:30 a. in.; preucliiiiß, 11 u. m. and 8 p. ni. Prayer nieetinß every Wednesday eveninß at 8 o'clock. Official meeting first Saturday of each month at Bp. m. Seats free. All cordiallyinvited to worship with us. Presbyterian Church.—Rev. E.P. Palmer. D. I)., pastor. Sunday School, 9:30 a. in.; preochinß, 11 a. m. and7...

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

Volume 2, Number 34. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Mnthcrari for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Reader*. f'rioe of wheat todav 05 cents. Largest lino of Fine Lamps in town at Rockingham Exchange Co. Mis* Helen Cllnedlnst arrived h(imc .Saturday on afternoon train. Found, one dollar 011 Keast Market street near Main. S. BitAi>i.i:v. .1. W. YanLear engraves all articles bought of him free of charge. * Capt. and Mrs. Win. B. Yancey, of McGaheysvllle, spent Sunday with Mr. Win. 1,. Yancey. Mr. .lames Ker, jr., T. I*. A. of the C. *V 0., was in tott'n today in the interest: of his company. All of our churches and Sundayschools are making preparations for Christmas entertainments. If you want to see a really fine display of china and glassware just utep in at E. W. Sullivan & Co.'s. * Miss Lillie M. Kwing, of near Cave Station, spent Sunday with Mrs. .T. W. Van Lear, on East Market street. Master Lewis (iibbs arrived Saturday...

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