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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 January 1900

The Evening News* | PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Kntered in the Po9toftlco nt Harrisonburg a» second-class matter. 1 WEDSESDAY, .lANVAItY 17, VMM. ALABAMA INDUSTRY. A correspondent of the Engineer- | ing and Mining Journal, writing from Birmingham, Ala., declares that in IS'.)!) "Alabama had a. glorious year and the new year comes on in a blaze of glory." The output of pig iron was as much as 1,048,794 tans and prices were more than doubled. In January, 1800. No. 1 foundry iron sold at $s a ton, gray forge at $0.50 and No. 1 solt at $B. In the following December thefe sorts sold, respectively, at $18.50, $lO and slB.so—a profitable advance to makers who hail their yards full of pig accumulated during dull times. Iron ore was mined to the extent of 2,140,733 tons: the coke product was 1,884,550 tons, coal 7,55!),281 tons. In each line there were large increases. What with new furnaces, steel plants, rolling mills, rail mills, etc., Alabama, industry is pragres...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 January 1900

The Evening News* WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1900. TROT, SNAKE STORY. H*» m Hind Mole Got the Better of a Big Rattlesnake. WSkUCB Tinea liir Reptile Smi- )•*•< the Little Creature and Jail at Often the Latter Burrowed ft* Way to Freedom. "I've seen all sizes of rattlesnake*," Mid Theodore Boughman, the Oklahoma scout, who left Washington recently with a wagon train for Majrila, to a Philadelphia Press correspondent, "but the man who says he 111* bad to tussle with rattlers. eight and ten feet long is giving you gush. "I've been all over the rattlesnake country, and the largest rattler I ever put iny peepers on measured only a little more than six feet. "Thia rattler was killed by a mole. Yea, air, a common little burrowing wole, and the fight was about tlio moat peculiar one I ever witnessed. I have never t.old the story often, for there are »o many people who would not believe it, but it is the truth, if aver I told it. "The vitality of Ihe rattler, or in fact my kind of sna...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 January 1900

THE HARRISONBURC MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. When Foot-Sore and Weary, Come to Me and I Will Give Tbu Rest. i j xAAnirHiriir irtinii ;1 toJMirjttiiiußtnaHnaiMUiMin mm Tell nit 1 your occupation, ami I will show you 1 lie SHOE best lifted for you to wear. Ft makes all the difference in the world how you want to use a Shoe. Get Shoes adapted to your needs. And the only place to find them is at my large Department Store, where you ha ve Ihe largest Stock of SHOES and BOOTS in the Valley to select from, in all the latest styles. I have an Asbester inner sole that will keep out the cold and prevent rheumatism. Come to see me and Twill show them to you. CARPETS & FURNITURE 1 am running out my large Stock of Furniture. Carpets, Rugs, Oil Cloths and Linoleums, to make room for my New SpringStock for which I leave this week for northern markets to buy. I am also offering' special inducements in HARNESS, SADDLES, TRUNKS, LEATHER, BIJGGY RO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 00. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES Of INTEREST TO OTTR OWN POLKS. Uatheretl fur the information and ISenellt of Our firentngj Howlers. f rice of wheat toiia.v li'i cents. Mr. Claud Kanford went to Harpers Ferry this morning. .Mr. John T. Wakenlgbt is confined to the house with sickness. .Mrs. .1, I'. .Swank,of Kdom, is now visiting the family of Mr. .I.J. Hawse. L. S.Cootes & C0.,0f Huston, have for sale a No. 1 Hall's iron saTe for #3O. Mr. Ed.C. Marts went to Woodstock this morning to attend circuit coqrt. Dr. T.O.Joue« and Mr. .M. li. Lewis were passengers on the Southern yesterday afternoon. Mrs. W. L. llntcliffe, of Cumberland, Md., arrived yesterday on a visit to her mother, Mrs. Amanda Kohr. Mr. I*. ('. Hawkins and E. J. Carrickoff, of Mcliaheysvilie, were pleasant callers at the Hvhxino N'kws office yesterday. The merchants say that they only sell about one-fourth ns much soap now as they did before the water source was changed. J.W. Rhodes was cal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 January 1900

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SHYTHE. Watered In the Postofllce at Harrisonburg ft* second-class matter.! THURSDAY, JANUARY IS. 19<)0. IRON BUSINESS. The business of tlienew year begins well, though there is still much ol the usual hesitation. According; it. U. Dun, .Mercantile Agency, In branches where last year's business was extraordinary and prices have risen greatly, sonre pause is natural, though nothing indicates decreasing of consuming disposition or purchasing power, but instead there is continuing rise in wages to promote increuse. •Stocks have grown weaker In spile of progress of combinations, which promise great things for trunk lines. The speculative tonehasbeen largely influenced by London selling, having for a basis a. belief that foreign un- ' loading must lower prices here, as long as British reverses in South Africa continue. The furnaces in blast January Ist were producing weekly 294,18(5 tons of pig iron against 21)0,05...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 January 1900

The Evening News. THURSDAY, J A SCARY IS, 1000. Continued from .yesterday. find the largest rattlesnakes in tue world, and here it was that I saw another whopper. He measured live feet nine inches, and after his head was cut. off from the body and while Tom Haseuni, one of our boys, was cutting the rattles off, the head jumped from the ground and struck liim. on the hand, but fortunately the fangs did not get in their work. "Tom was about the worst scared fellow I ever saw, and was not satisfied until we had rubbed ammonia all over him. "The natives out there rub themselves with white asli lenves, which, they claim, is a sure preventive against rattlesnakes. Tlio men stuff thelrboots and pockets with the leaves and it is said no person was ever bitten who resorted to this specific." FIR£ ESCAPE TRUCK. A New In * cut ion Which, According to lln Originators, tlllkra the Saving of Llfr Max v. No great improvement in fire ladders has been made for some .time, the liook and ladder truck ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 18 January 1900

THE HARRISONBUftO MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUft AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. - _ ' _ . . . % • When Foot-Sore and Weary, Come to Me and I Will Give You Best. Toll nic your occupation, and \ will show 'you 1 Ik* SHOE best littcd for you to wear. It makow all Iho differonco in the world how von want ro use a Shoe. Gel: Shoes adapted to'your needs. And the only place to And them is at my large Depart- v merit Store, 'when* you have Ihe largest Stock of SHOES and BOOTS itt 1 lie Valley to select from, in all the latest styles. I have an Asbester inner sole thai will keep out the cold and prevent rheumatism. Come to see me and Twill show them to, von. CARPETS & FURNITURE lain running our my large Stock of Furniture, Carpets, llugs. Oil Cloths and Linoleums, to make room for my New Spring Stock for which 1 leave this week for northern markets to buy. I am also offering special inducements in HARNESS, SADDLES, TRUNKS, LEATHEB, RIJGGY ROBES, HORSE BLANKETS AND LEGGIN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 61. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. tiiitliered for (lie Information and Iteneitt of Our P.venintrJ Renders. Price of wheat today ■<!!> cents. Tickets to "Did Farmer llopkins" have been welling very rapidly. ■ Mrs. John Paul returned last night | from a visit to Ashville. N. ('. Misses l'essie and Mollle Ott have returned from a visit to Washington. Mr. Albert Loe wen bach and sou, left yesterday afternoon on the I'.. & O. Business in nil linen continues good and the prospects for I fiOO are encouraging. Dr. T. (). ■!one.* and Mr. Kd. ('. Mart/, returned vrsterdn.v afternoon <m tlie Southern. The time lias come nt last when no white man will he allowed to ride in a, ear set. apart for colored people. (.'apt. J. \V. Mauck, of Sit. Clinton, has gone to Staunton, where he has taken a clerkship In a grocery store. Today is a State holiday—Gen. l-ee's birthday anniversary. The First National Bank was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 January 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the I'ostofllce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 Fill DAY, JANUARY 1!K 1 MM. A rush of Finns will lie u feature of immigration to the United Stales this .year, .">.OOO having engaged passage on onesteumshipline. Nearly all are farmers. New political conditions imposed by Russia are the cause of this movement, among a race which has furnished few emigrants heretofore. The Director of this .year's census places the probable total population of the United States, without counting new possessions, at between 7:'.000,000 and 74,000,000. .Mr. Muihall, the English statistician, makes an estimate of 77,800,000. Either iigure will be a substantial advance on the 62,62!',250 of JB9O. Our army losses In tlie Philippines covering the whole period back to the beginning of hostilities with Spain are 364 killed, 203 died of wounds and accidents, 783 died of disease, and JSO2 wounded. The total 1m ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 January 1900

The Evening News, rn2t)A Y, JANUARY 7,9, urn. BIG GRASSHOPPER. It OruauipnlH the T»|> «f llir Rural Ktelnnvr, tine of (he Mixt Inipor- Innt Iltilliliuux of l.iindon. The grasshopper shown here is just six feet G l /, inches from what, might be called curl to end, meaning' to exclude tbe lone;- projecting antennae, oc '"feelers." Measuring tliese. \\ e have an additional three feet, and il' the grasshopper here shown were made to stretch his hind legs to their full extent we would have, gay, two feet more or a total of 11 feet (i'/i inches. This grasshopper is placed 011 the top of the Koyal exchange, London. Tbi« ■ »ii ■■ w ■ '«ra IMMENSE GRASSHOPPER. (It Ornaments the Top of th» Royal Exchange at London.) building is in tlie center ol' the city. lacing the mansion hous,e and Bank of Knglatul. Just how the grasshopper enme to find its elevated position is a matter more of tradition than history. One account lias it that in early days the Koyul exchange, being' more or les...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 January 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. When Foot-Sore end Weary, Come to Me and I Will Give You Rest. Toll me your occupation. mul 1 will show ".you tin* SI I Oft best litted for you to wear. 11 makes all the difference in the world how you want to use ;i Shoe. Get Shoes adapted to your needs! And the only place 1o find Ihem is at my large Departmeat Store, where you have the largest Stock of SFIOKS find BOOTS in the Valley to select from, in all the latest styles. 1 have an Asbester inner sole that will keep out the cold and prevent rheumatism. Come to see me and 1 will show them to you. CARPETS & FURNITURE I nin running; out my large Stock of Furniture. Carpets. Hugs. Oil Cloths mid Linoleums, to make room for my New SpringStock for which*] leave this week for northern markets to buy. I am also offering- special inducements in HARNESS, SAI)SLES, TRUNKS, LEATHEB, BUGGY ROBES, ORSE BLANKETS AND LEGGINS. They must jH'O to ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 62. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES Of INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Withered for I In* Information and Benefit of Our livening Headers. I'rlce o? wheat today Hit cents. New scenery al Assembly Hall tonight. Mr. (ieorge tiatewood is confined to the house with sickness. Mr. (ieorge Staling left ,vusterday afternoon over the 11. & <). Mr. Wm. Mewbern is out again after a short spell of sickness. Mr. Ed. X. Conrud returned yesterday afternoon on the Southern. The Luray tannery is now buying bark in Southwest Virginia. This is a. long haul. Messrit. Christian It. Planner and Clias. (i. Trumbo, of Broadway, visited our city yesterday. Ladies should remove their hats in the Assembly Hall so as not to obstruct the view of others. Rev. .1. E. Armstrong, Presiding elder, will preach Sunday at 11:00 o'clock, ut the M. E. Church South. All boys are invited to attend the boys' meeting at :j o,clock tomorrow afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. rooms. I'eanut lititteruu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 January 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered >ll the Postofflce at Harrisonburg an necond-class matter. 1 SATURDAY, .TANVARY2O. 1900. Oast the immense equestrian hronzc statue of Washington, to be presented to the City of I'aris l>y the Daughters of the American devolution, is proceeding- in New York. The completed work, costing $35,000, having a base of Tennessee marble, and is Jin American production throughout. Tt will be iinvalled in Paris .fnly 4 next. When the New York Fish Commission was created in 1860, the annual catch of shad amounted to 7000, ▼allied at $5250. The river wuh stocked and the catch regulated, and last year's shad crop reached 4,000,<MMI pounds, worth $184,000. This kind of politics suits everybody. A government. roof garden, 17f>xl50 f<>et will lie made on top of the immigration building oa Ellis Inland, M. Y. The army of immigrants detained un the island in s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 January 1900

The Evening News, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1900. WILL PROLONG LIFE. Paris Professor Discovers Many Rejuvenating Lymphs. Serlea of Fluids, Kncli of Which Will Give New Lite to n Particular Ortcan of tlie Human llody. Tlie Paris correspondent of the London Mbrning Post describes one of the greatest discoveries of modern sciencc, which has just been made at the Pasteur institute. lie says that Prof. MetchnikoPC- is engaged in seeking accurate doses of a series of lymphs, each of whicli will rejuvenate u particular organ of the human, body. The professor objects to premature publicity, and insisted that the correspondent say only that lie had had hopes, but the explanation of the discovery may be taken to show that, the main problem has been •solved. The correspondent says:: "ir. Bordet, one of 1 lie professor's pupils in. ISfIS, published' the results of a curious experiment, which consisted of injecting the blood of a rabbit into a guinea pig. Later lie injected the blood of this guinea ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 20 January 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. When Foot-Sore end Weary, Come to Me and I Will Give You Rest. Tell liic your occupation, and I will show r .you the SHOE best fitt ed Vor you to wear. 11 makes all the difference in the world how you want to use a. Shoe. Get Shoes adapted to your needs. And the only place to find them is at my large Department Store, where you have the largest Stock of SHOES and HOOTS in the Valley to select from, in all the latest styles. 1 have an Asbester inner sole that will keep out the cold and prevent rheumatism. Come to see me and I will show them to you. CARPETS & FURNITURE 1 am running out my large Stock of Furniture, Carpets, Hugs. Oil Cloths and Linoleums, to make room for my New Spring Sto>k for which 1 leave this week for northern markets to buy. I am also offering specia l inducements in HARNESS, SAD" SLES, TRUNKS, LEATHER, BIJGGY ROBES, ORSE BLANKETS AND LEGGINS. They must g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 63. THE TOLL ROADS. A QUESTION AS TO THEIR USEFULNESS. Mr. I». T. Click Answers a Communication Printed in tlie Register. Eilitor Evening Saws: In the last issue of Mil; "Rockingham Register" there was n communication signed "IS. I*. I<e," which is generally understood to bean assumed name, questioning the propriety of the abolition of the tolls upon the Harrisonburg and Warm Springs Turnpike. This correspondent (under his assumed name) states that the contemplated abolition of said tolls U only for the benefit of Harrionburg, which statement is a maul fest display of his ignorance, or a manifest purpose to distort the facts, as nearly every person if! Bridgewater, where there is a toll bridge, signed the paper fftr the abolition of the road. The statement in the communication that the result of such abolition of tolls would materially Impair the road itself, is also misleading, In that It fails to state that the Harrisonburg and Warm Springs Turnpike is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 January 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SMYTIIE. Bntersd In the Postoflice at llarrinanburg as< second-class matter.] MONDAY, JANUA ItY l'->, 10110. DUTY. General Itobert 10. Lee Hfilfl in ono of his letters "there is no liigly.*r word than duty, more more denr titan mother, home and Heaven." The sense of duty was highly developed in this great Confederate chieftain, and lie had so guided ids whole life as'to make it conform to the fullness of the word. Sn allurements of ease, comfort or luxury were permitted at any time to detract from what he esteemed to be his duty. And from his high conception of this one woitl he made his life a glorious one, and all of his distinction arises from it. It formed a character that the civilized world admires, and it is the mainspring that calls forth the spontaneous affection of all as they engage in the annual celebrations of his birthday anniversary. It is the same spirit that animated George Washingt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 January 1900

The Evening News. MONDAY, JANUARY 2i', 1000. NOTES FROM MANILA. Philippine Life Has Some Pleasant and Delightful Phases. fiiiiie*? rrddlrrs Uo from Haute tu Houit iiii<l Make \uar I toriilate \\ lilli- you Unit—Tlif Cacao Iteiui Inilnnlry. Here iiv Manila they make your c.hoco ( - late while .you wait. J!i»ht in the house a Chinaman comes with his basket ami rolls the crushed cacao beau and sugar, and then makes a supply of chocolate that is sweeter and more palatable and cheaper than the commercial brand sold in the Chicago stores. When the Chinaman comes be lays aside his bat and shirt, and, stripped to the waist and barefooted, lie begins his work, in the basket, is the chocolate or cacao beau, from which the rancid oil bas been extracted and which oil long- ago lias anointed the hair of some Filipino belle or lighted some Filipino home. The beans tirsi come on the board bitter and brackish. With a. rolling pin the Chinaman grinds them into a. line powder. This takes t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 22 January 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICKS. When Foot-Sore end Weary, Come to Me and I Will Give You Best. Tell mi 1 vour occupation, and L will show fyou the SHOE best fitted tor you to wear. It makes all the difference in the world how you want to use a Shoe. Get Shoes adapted to your needs. And the only place to find them is at my large Department Store, where you have tlie largest Stock of SHOES and BOOTS in the Valley to select from, in all the latest styles. 1 have an Asbester inner sole that will keep out the cold and prevent rheumatism. Come to see me and T will show them to you. CARPETS & FURNITURE lam running-out my large Stock of Furniture. Carpets, Ilugs. Oil Cloths and Linoleums, to make room for my New Spring Stock for which 1 leave this week for northern markets to buy. i am also offering special inducements in HARNESS) SAI>SLES, TRUNKS, LEATHEB, ROBES, ORSE BLANKETS AND LEGGINS. must go to make room, s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 January 1900

Volume 2, Number 04. THE SUPERVISORS. MEETING <)!■' Till: HOARD OX SATURDAY. A Number of Accounts Allotted, and Action ou Warm Springs Turnpike Petition. The regular inouthl.v mooting: of the Board nf Supervisors of lllls comity met at 1 heoffieeoftheCounty Clerk on Saturday. All the Bon.nl wore pi wen t: I, lledrlek, Chnirniaii. Stonewall District: Frank A. lieat wole. Central; David A. Wengor, Ltnvllle: John S. Martz. I'lains: A. I'. Wise, As!)by. The following accounts against the county were presented, examined, and, appearing to be correct, were, on motion, by unanimous vote of the Board, allowed, aad the Clerk of the Board was ordered ro issue warrants upon the Treasurer of this County for the payment ofthesnine to the parties entitled thereto, out of the Countv levy for the vear 1599, viz: Herman Wise, six iron cots, $17,10; S pair blatets, $9.40....520.50 Samuel Armentrout, registration account at Mountain Valley. November, ISH9 :s 50 W. J. Runcie, registration ae...

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