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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 December 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BT BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Enierm lii tue Pustofflce ai Harrisonburg as nefoTirt-class matter 1 SATURUA Y, DECEMBER 30. 1890. FAMED IN IIISTOBY. The House in Which "Yankea Doodle" V'as Written. v Avoonbash House oil tho Rnd" ■on, ?i*»r Allmny, I* Still Standing anil Is a L.anduißrk of Great Interest. Upon the right bank of the Hudson, opposite the uity of Albany, stands an ancient mansion, ltnown since 17-08 as the Oreenbush manor house, before that as the Patron's fort, Crailo. Recently it has been called the "Yankee Doodle house," from the fact that the lines of the famous song were composed there. FortCrailo, as it now stands, says the Philadelphia Press, is a massive brick structure, consisting of three stories. The third story has dormer windows, and an attic with a shingle roof. The rude, fortress-like walls of the main building, still pierced by stone portholes, amply bear out the assertion that it was used for purposes of defense i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 December 1899

The Evening News, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, ISM. youngest brother of Col. Johannes, held a commission as second lieutenant in his brother's company of foot, November 10, 1743, under the royal governor, Qeorgo Clinton, and received his commission as colonel from George Clinton, governor of the state of New York, la April, 1778. All of these, with others too dih merous for detailed mention here, were born in the old manor house, and went la and out on their country's errands until the end of the war. A brother, therefore, three sons and tight nephews of Col. Johannes Van Rtnsselaer served In the continental srioy; some with distinction, ell with ercdlt. The active Jiart in military ■ervicc taken by so many members of Ihe family and his relationship as son-in-law to the aged proprietor, would naturally operate in the selection by (Jen. Schuyler of this old house as his headquarters when the American army, moving north under his command, took up its temporary station upon the iJreenbush es...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 30 December 1899

THE HARttISONBURQ MULLING COMPANY SELL PLOUR AND PEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICE The Evening News* SATURDAY. DECEMBER 30.159!). Addition:)! Locals. V. M. C. A. BOX BALL. New Team* Selected at a Meet- ing Last Light. All the captains of tl>o box ball teams, except Ernest Pleasants, and N. W. Brooks chose for him, met at the Y. M. C. A. rooms last night and picked out five teams. Games are to be played every Monday and Friday nights at 8.30 o'clock. The tlrstgame will take place nest Friday night between teams Nos. 1 and 2. The captains drew straws for first pick and Oscar Wise proved the luckiest. The names and teams are given below in the order in which they were chosen. Brent Bowman and Ed Ney picked out teams last night and had a very amusing game, resulting in favor of the latter. No. I.—Oscar Wise, captain; Kemper Staples, Archie Lewis, llob Bwitzer, Dr. W. T. Linoweaver, Hoy C. Lee, C. H. Homer. No. 2. —Earnest Pleasants,captain: N. W. Brooks, Cornelius Williams...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 1 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 45. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LITE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening 1 Readers. Price of eggs today 18 cents. Price of wheat todav Ho cents. Mr. Irvine McNeil arrived Saturday evening on the freight. Mr. Emanuel Royer is reported about the same this morning. Miss Mamie Sullivan arrived Saturday afternoon on the B. & (). Mr. Claud Stanford arrived yester- day afternoon on the Southern. Lang sella Putman's organs. Best - and cheapest on the market. * Miss Emma Crickert, ol Staunton, is vlsltinjr her stater, Mrs. James Sheehy in this place. Fresh grated horse radish and Fleishman's yeast at W. C. Rellly & Co.'a, Paul block, West Market st. Mr. Jacob Williamson, of New Market, arrived yesterday on the Southern nnd returned this morning. Mr. F. G. Payne arrived Saturday evening from bis home in Oreystone, Va., to resume duties at school today. Dr. C. W. Pence, of Washington, spent Saturday with his...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 1 January 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROBT B. SMYTHE. lu tao i'OotuDlce ttt HttlTiauliburg a« secoud-class matter. 1 MONDAY, JAN UAH 1' 1, lUOU. TRAVELING IN JAPAN. Iltrfbop I£nrl Cramton Sprclis of III» Eincrlcnnc In Ilotrlrt In the Mllcndo'ji Ilenlra. Bishop Karl Cranston in tJie western Christian Advocate has telling the readers of that paper southing «f his experiences In hotelh?*in Japan. Naturally they were very novel. The guest enters a little area, practical* ly an extension of the street or sid«walk, nnd sees before him a low platform f»- raised floor, from which he Is greeted by the host with profound bows, forehead touching the floor. Nothing resembling the European or American hotel office is seen —only a littl* table with an Inkstone, where accounts are made up. Servants promptly BISHOP EART, CRANSTON. (Methodist Divine Who Has Recently Returned from the Orient.) assist the jjuests to take oIT their slices and then sandals are supplied if the travelers h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 1 January 1900

The Evening News. MONDAY. JANUARY 1. 1900. SIR CORNELIUS CLERY. C*«BUder of the Second Division of Ctoa. Bailer's Army Corps in Soith Afrlaa, Maj. Oen. Sir Cornelius Francis Clery, 2. C. 8., in command of the Second division of Buller's army corps in South Africa, it now matched against Gen. Joubert, and these two old and grizzled soldiers may fight it out in Natal.- Gen. Clery Is an officer of European reputation. "Clery on Minor Tactics" is a standard work in the educational department of every army on the continent. Its author has been a British offieer 41 years, entering the army at 11. He was given his present rank la SIR CORNELIt'S CLERY. (Commander of the Second Division .of Gen. Butter's Army.) • IH'Ji. Al a tactician he is probably without an equal, and his executive and idministrative ability lias stood some Df the most, severe tests. lie has done eonsiderable fighting in ligypt and Zululand and has been assigned to special service at the Cape. His extraordinary knowledge ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 1 January 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL PLOUR AND PEED TO OONBUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRIOES. The Evening News. MONDAY, JANUARY 2, WOO. $lOO Reward. A reward oi on« hundred dollars is ottered any one who may establish the whereabouts of Mrs. Ode Joy Yager, wife of Thomas P. Yager, of Cross Key's, who disappeared from Richmond Sunday morning, Dec. 10, 1599. She is described as follows: Age. 35 years; weight, about li/7 pounds; height, about 5 feet 5 inches; complexion, dark; eyes, very dark and sparkling; hair, black, worn curled oyer forehead: figure, medium, but waist rather large; walks up and down steps with difficulty; hand?, medium size, but feet rather small; wears No. 1% shoes; wore plain gold ring on ring finger left hand with initials T. I'. Y. to <). ,T. VV.; alto King's Daughters' silver badge. Mrs. Yager had a peculiarity that can be easily noticed. From childhood she would twirl a small button between the thumb and fore-finger of the right hand. This she docs at all...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 46. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO 0U& OWN FOLKS. Gathered lor (lie Information and Benefit of Our Evening Headers. Price of skbh today 18 cents. Price of wheat tod a v 05 cents. Mr. A. H. Rosenberger left Monday for Euray. Lnng sells Putman's organs. Best and cheapest on the market. * Mr. E. 1) Ro»t. of Stribbllng Springs, is In this city on business. Ice Is reported to be ten inches thick i* some part* of Frederick county. Mr. Ernest Staples returned tliie morning to Norfolk, after a week's visit to h s parents. Misses Fragkie, Evelyn, and Mary ('offuinn Liggett returned Monday from n visit t<» Staunton. Mr. Hurry Allan returned Isst night from Washington, where hespent the holidays with relatives. Mr. It. 11. Drowns and sou, of Alexandria, Yn., are visiting Allen Thompson on German street. Fresh grated horse radish and Fleishman's .veast at W. C. Reilly & ("o.'s, Paul block. West Market st. Mlsa Nannie Huffman, acco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 January 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS; BY BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Buifi-eu iii itic Fooiurtice ai iiitri lauuburg AHcoihi matter. 1 TUESUA y, .TASUARY2. HOP. WANTS TO BE LEADER. ft>freiimnii Snlaer, of New York, Ambitious to Succffed to Joseph W. Dalley'n Honors. Among 1 the younyer democratic leaders none is more popular than Conjfressman William Sulzer, of New York. He has for some years played quite an important part in New York city and state politics, and now is ambitions to be minority leader in tliei national house of representatives. lui ■this position he desires to succeed Joseph W. Bailey, who is likewise a representative of the younger democracy. The truth of the matter is that Mr. Sulzer has been almost as much WILLIAM SULZER. (New York Congressman Who Wants to Be Democratic Leader.) of a "boy wonder" in politics as the noted Texan. He represents the Eleventh district of New York (a city district). At 21 he was admitted to tha bar. At 27 he was elected a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 January 1900

The Evening -News. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1900. THEY ADMIRE MICE. Km aid Women Join to Do justice to thi Tiny Rodents. Albany Animal Lover Ha* Jn»t Farmed an Orsanlzatlon to lie Kaairn as "United States Mease Club." The latest fad In clubs is the United States Mouee club, organized recently by animal lovers who have found mice » captivating addition to their other favorites. An imported mouse is an entirely different creature from the pestiferous rodent which is the horror of housewives and the despair of grain dealers. They come in the most exquisite colors—white midgets that are a lively reproduction of the frosted bonbons the little ones love; in adorable grays, affected by the Quakers; delicate fawns, fascinating browns, 'blue, black and French red. Then there arc piebald darlings in every conceivable tint, with eyes like jewels and coats as glossy as a dude's silk hat. A bit of polished ivory is no finer than each thread-like claw, and their teeth are like pearls sharpened to a po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 January 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY BELL FLOUR AND PHD TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRIDES. The Evening News. TUESDAY. JANUARY 2. 1000. VIRGINIA'S PROSPERITY. Virginia has prospered this year at the most gratifying rate, ami the business increase i« of such a conservative cha ranter as not to be regarded as a "boom," but on the contrary Is solid, permanent and substantial. On this subject the Richmond News thus sums up the business situation there: "The year 1S!)9 has been one of very unusuul business activity in Richmond, and from the standpoint of both manufacturing and retail enterprise it has eclipsed all previous years. "Northern money has come freely within the borders of the old Confederate capital, and the local men of means have invested their finances In many channels of manufacture and trade. "The assurance of the coming of the Richmond, Petersburg ami Caret Una Railroad and thecombining with the Chesapeake and Ohio in thebuildlug of ft new union passenger depot has been one of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 47. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN POLKS. Mat tiered for (lie Information nnd . Benefit of Our Evening Readers. ['rice <>f wheat todav (15 cents. Mr. J. .1. Hawse and wife spent Monday In Broadway. Mr. C. K. Heller, of this city., was at the l'orter Hotel at Staunton yesterday. Mr. Win licit] Liggett, jr.. returned Tuesday afternoon to the University of Virginia. Hon. ti. 11. Keceell, Senator from this countv, left here for Richmond this morning. Cook wanted at once. White or colored. Boarding', but not lodging. Apply at this Office. Mr. I. F. Shirey, formerly a jeweler in this place, is here on a visit. Mr. Shirey is now located in Piedmont, West Va. Mr. Thomas Long, of J'enn Laird, left this afternoon on a visit to relatives in Day ton. Ohio, and Lafayette, Indiana. Mrs. C. W. Fence, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Josetih T. Logau, went to Timbervillo Tuesday afternoon to visit relatives. Mr. Lnnsford Lewis, who has been...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 January 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofllce at Harrisonburg an second-class matter 1 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY:!. UOO. FOR EXPANSION. We are for expansion—for expanding the trade and business of Harrisonburg. We are for still furtlior expansion—in planting new industries, that our town and county revenues may bo enlarged, and thnt the prosperity of nil of our people 1 may be Increased. How to accomplish such result# may be open to discussion—as to the moans to be employed to accomplish such expansion. We hare no doubt it can be done, ii wm earnest effort is made, and as a preliminary it is first necessary to come together and discuss the best means to adopt them. Now is the time to think and do the preliminary work, for the season will not be lonji delayed when active and determined effort must be made, that beneficial results may be accomplished. The Evening NEWSlsforexpLasion—that sort of expension that will red on n:l to the upbuildin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 January 1900

The Evening News, WfCntitiSUA Y, JANUARY 3, 1103. YIRSB OF THB SEASON. •m»» tkc Hoo4 to the Hat. told the Hat to the Hood A* they hung on the wall; "Tou poor, common thing! Not a hpw to your string. And no pompons at alll t pity you greatly; And what are tßese chore* Taking place out of doora That I hear about lately? WWre something plebeian, I'm certain of that"Sald the Hat. "What chores?" quoth the Hood. "Can it be you don't know That fowls must have food Or their feathers won't grow? And the flres must have wood; ■o my mistress goes out Twice a day. with a shout, AM frtsks like a colt as she helps Mr. Joe. If aba snowball* him, too. Why, the moat that 1 do la W keep off the cold till she gets In a glow; For there'* nothing like laughing to warm up tha blood" Quoth the Hood. "Dear me!" cried the Hat "I am glad of our chat— Wtoy, when I'm on her head she seems vain and alt that!" —Dora Read Ooodate, In St. Nicholas. Appreciation. When the winter winds are howlin* And the skies are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 January 1900

THI HARRIBQNBUKO WILLING t)OMPAWY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONBUMERB AT WHOLESALE PRICEB. The Evening News# WEDNESDAY. JANUARY-V. 1900. r Luclc. «i didn't know what to do about the ■trailge cat that came to our house, remarked tho man whose coat sleeves axe too short. "55ut we finally decided to keep it. You see, my wife is a little superstitious. And I. don t know but sti* is right." "Ilave you had any good luck'.' "Well, yes, we've had some. The cat hasn't scratched or bitten any of the children vet."—Washington Star. A Hummer. "They tell me," said the man who had stopped over to sec the mammoth corn orop, "that, prosperity is making things hum in Kansas." "They tell you right." responded the man with the hoe; "thar's Lucy, for instance. I told her that I might be able to buy lier a piano, and she's been 'humming ever since."—Chicago Daily 'News. ♦ Sad, lint True. There is no rose without a thorn. So doth the proverb prose; But there's many a thorn sure's you're born, That never saw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 48. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OP INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Readers. Price of wlioat today (15 cents. Mr. A. K. Rosenberger rehired yesterday from Luray, • Mr. Geo. N".Conrad went down the Valley today on business. Mr. .1. R. Lupton left here Yesterday morning for Richmond. Mr. Ed. S. Conrad arrived on the J!. & (). mixed train last night. .f. W. VaiiJ-car uiixi'av'es nil articles Sought of him free «>f charge. * Mr. Iteid McCorkie left .venter (lay afternoon via Southern R. 11. (in a business trip. Mr. .1. K. Smith, of the Evexinr News staff, is in Shenandoah City to- «loy on business. Deputy V. S. (Collector M. Botts Lewis went to Stephen 01 ty on offlcai business this! forenoon. liev. 0. K. Oruikshanks, pastor of the Baptist riiurch at Singers Glen, was in town yesterday. Mr. 1). O. Dechert. arrived on tho Southern train last night. Further particular* are entirely private. Mr. W. L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 January 1900

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SMYTHE. BJnifcred Id ih» j Pusuolflee atl Harrlbuuburg tt!second claß* matter 1 THURSDA Y. JANUARY 4. IHOO. HONORS IN SOUTH AFRICA. 1* it not.a little early to be marking General Buller, ami Gatacre and Methueu off tha useful list in Seutu Africa? Have their military reputations gone to the graveyard there? Have they been completely done for by the reverses they have met with? It geems a little early. Soldier? of far greater reputations have met with far greater disasters and after ward covered themselves with glory. The war in young yet. The Boers havo undoubtedly been a surprise to the English commanders in respect to both numbers and training. But the future may tell a different tale; and if tlie tables are turned, and the English begin to win. a few sturdy Btrokes by these men now in eclipse will make their countrymen forjtet the beginnings. Frowns and adverse criticism will speedily s've way to fttnlles and cheering...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 January 1900

The Evening News* TBURSDA T. JANUARY 4. 1900. ANIMAL LIFE. j It Is said that silkworms are very seniaitive to the action of light of different jcoiors, and according to experiments (Wcently described by Flammarion bejfore the French academy of sciencc silkworms were kept in boxes covered with glass of different shades. The silkWorms all received the same food, but ithejr gave different results as to the quantity of silk and eggs. Maternal instinct was curiously exhibited the other day by a cat. Some iof the officials of the Norfolk county [asylum, England, caught a young rabfelt, which they gave to the cat, thinking that she would kill and eat it. To their astonishment puss did nothing of j thekind; she adopted! it and reared it with her own offspring. Both the rab•blt and Its foster mother seemed to be .perfectly happy together. One white fox in the flesh and in the fur has been discovered in the Essex .Union country of England. It was one 'of a Utter of four reared in Norsey iwood...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 January 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY BELL FLOUR AND PEED TO CONBUMERB AT WHOLEBALE PRICEB* The Evening News. THUnsDA Y. JANUARY 4. I'JOO. From JWttiillti. A pack age containing about 210 clears arrived by mail this mornii.js tor Lawyer T. N. Hons from Manila, Philippine Islaudn. from liis brother. Surgeon Haaw, of the U. S. man-of-war Baltimore. The package left Manila on November 29. The postace wan just lhe S'inif as it it had come from BrlditewattTor any otter United States port or post-office. Mr. Arthur Lee Steele and M SB Henrietta V. Haitinan, both of th a c 'Unty, were married by Rev. ,1. W . Maiden at Pleasant Valley Tuesday, January 2. 1900. This was the fir»t marriage license issued in the county for the j ear 11100 w HAT XnE LAW DECIDES. An innkeeper or keeper of live stock who has u lien on property is held, in Lambert vs. Nicklas (W. Va.), L. R. A. SGI, not to lose his lien by levying an attachment upon the property. The question of the existence of nn extraordinary occasi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 49. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Information nntl Benefit of Our Evening Readers. Price of wheat today <>."> cents. Rev. J. A. Garrett returned yesterday to Ml. Crawford. Mr. Claud Sanford arrived lust night on the Southern. Mr. T. P. Yeager, of Cross Keys, was iu town yesterday. Wantkd. —One or two unfurnished rooms with board. Apply to General ir'e.'retary Y. M. C. A. r ' Mrs. Addle Logan went up the Valley yesterday afternoon on (he B. & O. Mrs. Botts Low Is arrived yesterday evening on the B. & (>. mixed train. Mr. M. B. (Jalwell, one of the clerics iu the postoffice, litis been sici; for n few days. Messrs. Win. Manor und M. Botts Lewis arrived yesterday afternoon on the Southern. The United States Court was in session a short while this morning to prove accounts. Wanted.—To rent a house containing 0 or 7 rooms in good location, by Aprillst. * (Jen...

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