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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYIHE. Entered In the Postofllce at Harrisonburg aw second-class matter 1 MONDAY, DECEMBER 18,1859. THE DAILY MAILS. Arrivals rom the North—l2:ss a. in.,C. & W.: 2:15 p. in. and 9:30 p. Southern Railroad. Departures for the North —6:45 a. m. *»nd 3;35 p. ni. and 7:00 p. in., Southern; 4:82 p. m., C. & W. Arrivals from the South—6:39 a. in. and 2:10 p. m., B. & O.; 7:00 p. in., ('. & W. Departures for the South —7:15 a. m. and 2:80 p. m., B & O.; 8:32 a. in., C. & W. Dayton leaves at 12:5o p. in. and 7:00 p. m., and arrives at 8:32 a. m. and 4:32 p. m., C. & w. Bridgewater leaves at 12:55 p. m., and 7:00 p. m., C. & W, and 2:30 p. in., B. & O. and arrives 6:39 a. m., B. & 0. and 8:00 a. m. and 4:22 p. m., in., C. & W. Keezletown, Penn-Laird, Montevideo, McGaheysville and Elkton arrive 12:55 ...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 December 1899

The Evening News. XIONUA Y, DECEMBER IS, ISM. HAIR-PULLING MATCH. Two ChloaKo Women Get Into a Kin lit Beranae One Crltlclneil the Other'* Oreu, The Chicago Chronicle says that when Policeman McFndden sauntered up to the intersection of Ilalsted ami West Madison streets early the other morning' the ground in the vicinity was littered with hair to such an extent that it looked like the floor of a barber shop after an attack on the crowning glory of a half back. The hair proved to be the property of Maggie Miller and Amanda Johnson. STRANGE DUELING METHODS. It had not been cut, however, but had been pulled out by 1 lie roots, each, woman having: performed this cheerful office for the other. "Kow, what was it all about?" inquired Justice Doyle later in the day when the two women were brought lipfore him. "I don't Know, judge," said .Maggie, us she burst into a hysterical tit of crying. " 'Mainly is just too hateful and spiteful to live—that's what she 4s. She said my bicycle skirt look...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRIOE&. The Evening News. MOXDAY, DECEMBER IS, ISO!). Change in Schedule. There will be a temporary chunge in the schedule on the Chesapeake & Western B. It., on December 19th, 20tli, 21«t and 22d. Train No. 2 will run one hour uhead of schedule time from Bridgewater to Elktoii. A. S. Weisiuek, O. P. A. A. P. Tai.iaferro, Supt. Excursion to Memphis, On account of the Annual Meeeting of the Southern Educational Association, Memphis, Tennessee, the Southern Railway will sell tickets at the rate of one first-class fare for the round trip, plus two dollars ($2.00) membership fee. Tickets to be sold December 24-25, final limit January Bth, 1000. Wanted Everybody to know that J have reduced the prices on all lines of my goods, such as Sterling Silver Novelties, Plated Goods, Watches. Clocks, Jewelry of every description. Please call and examine and be convinced. My stock is large anil mu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 December 1899

Volume 2, Number 35 LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (Jathcred for the 111 format ion and Benefit of Our Evening Header*. Price of eggs today 17 cents. Price i>f wheat todnv (>."> cents. Mr. Wm. Pence, of Timberville, was in town Monday. Mrs. James Sheehy arrived on the Southern Inst night. Mrs. Ada I'. Miller arrived Monday night on the Southern. Mr. XV. L. Dccliert und mother, departed this morning on the Southern. G. J{. Berlin, of the Bridge water Herald, was one of the welcome visitors to the Kvkxim; Ni:\vs yesterday. Mr. Clint Long is moving into his new house on North German street today. Mrs. Botts Lewis arrived Monday uiffht, after a very pleasant visit to New York. l)r. and Mrs. I!. \V. Switzer, of Mt. Crawford, spent yesterday with Mr. .i.e. Beery. Mrs. 11. 11. Spindle returned Monday night from a very delightful visit to Washington. Messrs. Kd. S. Conrad, Frank Could, und .1. It. l'olnts left on the IS. &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 December 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY KOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered lu the Postofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! TUESDAY, DECEMBER UK 1899- THE DAILY MAILS. Arrivals rom tlieNortli —12:f>r> a. m., ('. & W.: a:ir> ]). in. and 0:H0 i>. m., Southern Railroad. Departures ior the North —0:45 a. m. ' nil 3;) l. r j p. m. and 7:00 p. m., Southern; 4:!tL> p. m., C. & W. Arrivals Irom the South —0:510 a. ni. and 2:10 p. 111., B. & O.; 7:00 p. in., &W. Departures for the South—7:l . r > a. in. and 2:80 p. m., It & O.; N:32 a. in., C. & W. Dayton leaves at 12:5n p. m. and 7:00 p. in., a'nd arrives at 8:82 a. in. and 4:32 p. in., C. & W. Brldgewater leaves at 12:55 p. in., and 7:00 p. ni., C. & W, and 2:80 p. in., B. & O. and arrives 0:89 a. in., B. & O. and s:00 a. in. and'4if)2 p. ni.,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 December 1899

The Evening News. TVER OA Y. DECEMBER 1!), mi). ONE WOMAN'S WAY. A I'lreltliood Gained from tlie Feminine Sense of Jumping at • Good Tli ] nu~. "I met u woman not long ago on the road," remarked'a New York drummer, "who gave me a point or two on how a bright woman can make her way In the world. She was a widow, with two children to support, ancl was Jiousekeeper of an Indianapolis hotel until her health failed. She had to give it up sit- last, though she tried to hold on, for that was all she knew how 1o do, and she retired with only $lOO or so to go on. Xot knowing exactly whither to 111rii, she went to New York city and just wandered around for awhile, looking at tliitgs. One day she saw the women crowding the life out of one another at a bargain sale of skirts, and a 1 bought struck her. She let it develop for a day or two, and then spent all the money she had for silk skirts that were destined for the bargain counter. They werc_ rumpled and looked jaded and tired, but she took t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 December 1899

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRIOI6. The Evening News. TUESDAY. DECEMBER UK ISOO. THE LEGISLATURE. LEGISLATION AIMED AT CORPORATIONS. Proposition to Tax Fertilizers for the Benefit or tlie Agricultural Department. The General Assembly is aiming a good deal of legislation ut corporations, about a dozen bills to effect this object having been introduced in the two houses. The measures already introduced far exceed those of two years ago. Some positive action will lie taken during the session. Among the bills are the Barksdale antitrust bill, modeled after the Texas law on the same subject, and that presented by Mr. Graves in the House, providing that franchises of corporations shall be taxed as real estate. Besides these two, which, In their comprehensiveness are more far-reaching than any yet introduced in the Virginia. Legislature, there are others. Tlit insurance) companies are not to escape legislation. A bill lias already been Int...

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

Volume 2, Number 36. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Oatlicreii Co/ the Information :iud rteneflt of Our Evening Headers. Price of eggs today 17 cents Price of wheat toaav 05 cents. Mr. E(l. S. Conrad arrived home Tuosduy evening by 11. «.V <). Tomorrow will lit' tlieshortcst day ot the your, according' to flruber. Miss Virginia l'aul returned from Lexington .vesterdny afternoon to take part in the entertainment last night. The work on tlie Ilrock building; is progressing very rapidly. The workmen did not even stop foryesterday's rain. The brick work is expected to he completed today. Miss Frankie Liggett went to Staunton yesterday afternoon to play at the soiree given last night at the Mary Baldwin Seminary. Miss Liggett graduates hi Music this year at the above named school. Mr. J times Lucas, of Shenandoah City, and a well known Confederate soldier, belonging In the famous Tenth Regiment from this county, is in town on a visit, and Ids old co...

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

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Htnertd In the Postofllce ai Harrisonburg second-class matter 1 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER -JO, 1899. LAPLANDERS IN DISTRESS. They Hiivp l.ost Many Reindeer ««n<l Hnre Wrromc Very Poor—Some of «he Ci»n«o*. ■ ■ Those famous nomads of North Europe, tlio Laplanders, liave been unfortunate in recent years, and the Norwegian press is calling' attention 10 their sad condition. The newspapers rren say that, unless something is done for the Lapps or a fortunate change occurs in- their condition they will dwindle away and finally disappear, victim* of tlie circumstances that have bereW tliem of the larger part of their sole wealth. Not many years ago the average head of a family in Lapland owned at least a score of reindeer, and some of the wealthiest men had J.OOO to :;,000 animals. The largest herds to-day do not contain over 800 reindeer, and many Lapps who once owned hundreds of deer do not now possess more than t...

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

The Evening News. WEDNESDAY, DEC/'MISER Li). IS!)!). ELABORATE EXHIBIT. Chief of Weather Bureau Moore's Plans for Paris Exposition. lfiKtruiuentN Used In 3lnkiui? Mott-or-ologlciil ObservntioiiK to Up Displayed—Weather Station In Fall Operation a Fentnrr. It has been decided by the United States government to keep American visitors at the Paris exposition in JOOO informed as to the conditions of the weather in this country during-the exposition period. Willis Moore, chief of the weather bureau, has given orders lor the preparation of a special exhibit of his department to be shipped'to the l'aris exposition. Prof. P. P. Marvin, chief of the instrument division, lias been assigned by Chief Moore to attend *o the packing of the exhibit. Thorough demonstrations of the system wilt be given, for the benetit of foreigners ns well as Americans. The weather bureau building at tli" exposition will have, among other things, a complete set of instruments such asare found at every weather stati...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO OONBUMERB AT WHOLESALE PRIORS; The Evening News. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 20,1500. OENI3RAL LAW TON I>E\l> Continued from first page- command of the defense of Manila and the troops forming the line around that city. Early in October General Lawtou was engaged in dispersing the insurgents and cutting off the communication maintained by them between lincoor and lmus by means of the read between those places. He was successful in clearing the country of the Filipinos, and wasseveral times under (ire,especially while riding up to lmus. lie then pushed northward, captured a number of towns and drove the insurgents everywhere before liitn. Gen. Lawton and Gen. Young arrived at Arayat October 1!) with a force of about 3,000 men. He next made his headquarters at Cabanatuan and took a. most active part in dispersing the insurgent bands in different parts of the country. About the middle of November the whereabouts of G...

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

Volume 2, Number 37. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OTTR OWN FOLKS. Unthered for the Information mid Benefit of Our Evening Readers. Price o( eggs today IT cents. Price of wheat tod a v 05 cents. There will be a meeting of tlie Hoard of Directors of the Y. M. C. A. tonight to consider 1 lict matter of a new secretary. Mr. Abner K. Fletcher, jr., arrived this morning from the Washington and Lee University to spend the holidays at home. Mr. Wlnfield Liggett, jr., returned Wednesday afternoon from the University of Virginia to spend the holidays with bis parents. Miss Willie Patterson left this morning for a visit to Petersburg and Richmond and expects to remain until tlio first of February. The Business Men's Association will hold a meeting at t lie City Council Chamber tonight. A good attendance is earnestly requested. The County Cvurt-houso was well tilled Inst night with an attentive number of our citizens, listening to the argument in tlie Downey case. Air. C. A. Blak...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BV BOB'T B. SHYTHE. Emerea Id the Pustofflce at, Harrisonburg a?-second-class matter 1 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1899. Gen. Bailer says in regard to his lost Artillery tVint it was advanced olom to the river where the enemy "suddenly opened a galling lire at close range." It seems that even •fter an extraordinary series of warning the British continues to take up posltious without scouting ground within a few hundred yards. An unpleasant reflection of the British shut up in Ladysmith is that the quick-firing naval artillery captured from Buller may soon be playing upon them. It would be interesting to know if a supply of lyddite shells was taken with the guns. The Department of Agriculture thinks It has obtained from Turkestan a muskmelon that ripens for use as gradually as a, winter apple. Melons preserved in cold storage lose their flaTor, but the new discovery ■•ems to be valuable. Keeping his own artillery silent enabled Joubort to...

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

The Evening News, ' THURSDA Y, HEW SI HER 21. IS!)!). SALARIES Ob OUR PL AY t l<b. The Pay of Actors Vitrlc* from Ten to Twelve Dollar* to nx Mtich n* IjinOO Per Werk, Franklin Fyles, writing of "The Thetcr and Its People," in Ladies' Home Journal, touches interestingly upon Ihc earnings of actors, and corrects the oftrepeated reports of the enormous earnings of players. "Salaries vary with circumstances," lie says. "The manager may find at $25 a week a player whose moderate talent exactly iits n part of considerable importance. He may have 1o pay $l5O if the role is singular and fit candidates scarce. If he wants celebrity 'in addition to ability he may be willing to make the salary $5OO a week. Tn that ease ho takes into account the public value of the name and makes :i feature of it in his advertisements. Not more than ten actors in, America, aside from the stars, receive as much as $250 a week, and not more than live act resses are paid this amount. In fact, $l5O a we...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO OONBUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. The Evening News. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21.1800. PROM WASHINGTON. Continued from first the attack upon Santiago. For his gallant service* during the siege of Santiago he was made a MajorGeneral of Volunteers. After the surrender he requested to be »eut to the Philippines. As an Indian-fight-er he had few equals and he adopted Indian tactics when fighting Filopinos and proved to be the most successful commander in our new possessions. The Virginia Senators were given places on the standing committees of the Senate as follows: Senator Daniels, Finance, Foreirn Relations, Revision of the Laws, and Chairman of the Committee on Corporations Organized in the District of Columbia. Senator Martin. Claims, District of Columbia, Indian Depredations and Naval Affairs. In addition to these Senator Daniel is a member of the Solent Committee on International Affairs, and Senator Martin is a member of two Select Co...

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

The Evening News. Volume 2, Number 38 LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (lathered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Readers. < Price of eggs today 17 ceuts. Price or wheat todav 05 cents. Mrs. W. (). McCorkle arrived home laat night. ('apt. W. S. Lurty went lo Richmond yesterday. Miss Lucy Rubs, of Front Royal, is visiting in this city. Miss Jennie Davis closes her school today for the holidays. Miss Sarah Points arrived yesterday evening on the freignt. Capt. Lennlg departed Thursday afternoon on the Southern. Mr. Albert Lo wen bach left yesterday afternoon on the B. & O. Mr. James H. Bowman went up the Galley over the B. & <). this a.m. Mr. Win. Newman, of Grottoes, this county, is visiting his parents in New Market. Mr. John N. Garber, of this city, was registered at the ICtikletou Hotel, Staunton, yesterday. Master Ashler Shuler arrived yesterday afternoon on a visit to his uncle, Mr. Winlield Li...

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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT.' SUNDAYS) BY EOB'T B. SMTTHE. Hmert-d in the PoHtofttce ai Harrisonburg as secoud-clas* matter 1 FRIItA Y. DECEMBER i 2,1899. FIRZ LEE AND JOE WHEELER. The Senate Wednesday confirmed the nomination of Gen. Fitzhugh Lee and Gen. Joseph AVheeler to be Brig-adier-Generals In the regular army. During the war with Spain both had the rank of Major General of Volunteers. They will probably retire Boon under the age limitation and with sufficient pay to live comforta bly for the rest of their lives. Both have distinguished themselves during tbeirservicein the war—Fitzhugh Lee by his excellent care of his men while in camp in Florida, and General V\ heeler by his gallant conduct in the battles near Santiago. General Le.. 1 had no opportunity to show his powers as a fighter during the war witli Spain, but his reputation was well established before lie re-entered the military service of the United States last year. 'J'he host of friends of these galla...

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

The Evening News. Fit ID A Y, DECEMBER 22, ISM. Drofners. one is cteart now. i htm. "One day one of the Sehiawlli:showed me a photograph. It was a pretty Italian girl —oh, how beautiful! That girl's beauty was a devil's gift to cause all this trouble. Schinvelli told me she was in Italy; she would come if 1 would marry her. The girl's face .pleased me, and when the Schiavelli'- ; praised her I was their victim. I paid her passage to this country. She cam? a month later. She went to live with THE.TRAGEDY AT ASTORIA. the Sc'hiavcllit-, who had moved to One Hundred and Forty-first street. I did not go with them. "When I heard tliai slu: had come I called nt the Schiavellis' house. Hut 110, signor, I could not tee her. I was turned from her home. 1 became enraged. I raved. Then the four brothers set upon me and threw me out into the street. Seelerati! "For weeks I bore the taunts of my countrymen. They would point me out when I appeared ou the street. They would call out: 'Kcco Antonio ...

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

THE HARRIBONBURO MILLING OOMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO OONBUMER6 AT WHOLESALE PRI The Evening News. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 22. 1899. STATE LEGISLATURE. Fij.Mil Over the Proposed Tax on Fertilizers. Richmond, Va., Dec. 21. —The moat Interesting- fight of this session of the Legislature, and one which is attracting very general attention, occurred "Wednesday In the Senate on the House bill for a tonage tax on fertilizers. The contest was over the motion of Senator Munford, of Richmond, to recommit the measure to the Commute ou Agriculture for the purpose, its opponents insisted, of perfecting it. Mr. Munford led the debate in favor of his motion. He was followed by Messrs. Jeffries, of Culpepor, and Opie, of Augusta, on the same side. Messrs. Flood, of Appomattox, the patron of the bill, and Carter Glass of Lynchburg, made a determined fight in opposition to recommitting. The advocates ofthis proposition insisted that the measure was being railroaded through the Senate without allowing tho...

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

Volume 2, Number 39 LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Hatlicrcil fur the Information mid Benefit of Our Evening Readers. Price of eggs today 1" cents. Price <>f wheat todav <l"> cents. Mr. Felix Allen returned yesterday from Brandywlne, \Y. Va, Mr. Albert Lowenbach arrived yesterday afternoon on the B. & (). Dr. Frank L. Harris' office hours oh Sundays, are from !) until 10:4.j a. tn. A very large number of students have been passing through here this week. Deputy Collector Clius. Hammer arrived here this morning over tlie 11. & (). Mr. F. <J. Payne left this morning to spend the holidays at ids lionie in Greystwne, Va. .Vliss Lucile Itosenberßer went to Washington yesterday morning <o Siiend the holidays with relatives. Mr. T.unsford Lewis arrived yesterday morning from ilie Cnlversity of Virginia to spend liis Christmas at home. Mr. Charles Wilson, of Summit Point. W....

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