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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNua* 9. BY BOB'T B. SIfTTHE. i- U •' IM u V • iauilUtii'if tll!> secoDd-uus' matter.l SATURDAY, FERRUAR VS. IHQO LORD STRATHCONACaiUiM Nobleman Who Propose# to Bead a British Colombian Corp* to South Africa. Lord Strath con a, who proposes to equip at his own expense a corps of 400 mounted volunteers, composed of British Columbians, for service in South Africa, is notably wealthy and patriotic among the subjects of the queen in the dominion. He is chancellor of McGill university, Montreal, LORD STRATHCONA. (Canadian High Commissioner to the British Government.) r.sident governor of the Hudson May eompany, president of the Bank of Montreal, and a director in the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba and Great Northern railway lines. His lordship, when he was. Sir Donald Smith, participated largely in the growth of the northwestern section of the United States, and freely invented his capital in American securilies. When Lo...

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

SATURDAY, FEBRUARYS. 1900 NKEO AND HIS TOMB. .*«» —, — Wicked Bmptror Does Not Rest in the Monument Hsre Pictured. AHkoitb Rtpated to Be the Burial Plane of the laoendlavy Tyrant, It la In Reality the GraT* of PaMlai Vibius Mariana*. Four miles from "Porta del ropolo," on the celebrated "Via Cassia" leading into Rome, is a singular monument, the (so-called tomb of Nero. It is the tomb of Publius Vibius Marianus, as seen by the inscription; and truly to those seeing it for the first time it stands out iis an imposing monument, with its classic outlines, high upon its basement, along the historical ancient road. The colossal proportions of the sarcophagus, its funereal shape, the solitude of the place, give a mysterious, tantastic appearance to this grand old relic; so that the popular imagination attributed it to Nero, who has remained in tradition as the type of wickedness. Instead of which, however, the first persecutor of the Christians, rhe incendiary of Home—and it may have been...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 3 February 1900

SPECIAL SflliEl In order to make room i'or my large stock of new goods, L am compelled to close out somH of my goods. So, FOR THE NEXT WEEK I will sell mv entire stock ot RUGS, of all sizes, in Moquets, Sm t yrnas, Brussels. Ingrain and Jute, regardless of cost. Also my beautiful line of Chinchille Table Covers in all sizes. Remember, " r om_^FOR S One Week. So come quick, before the prettiest are sold. Don't Forget ij Largo Shoe Store, mj • Mammoth Furniture Department, with all the latest style Furniture and Carpets of all kinds. HARNESS AND SADDLES—I can please one and all in Harness, Saddles, Horse Blankets and Buggy Robes. Come to see mo before you buy. I will save you money. Respectfully. HERMAN WISE, The Great Price Cutter, - HARRISONBURG, VA. Phone No. 55. Sign of tiic Alligator. SULLIVAN'S MEAT MARKET. Country Hums, Harvey's Ilams, Westphalia Hams, Country Sausage, Vienna Sausage, Balogna Sausage, Breakfast Bacon, Side Meat and Jowel. i l) f) T IJ'D Such as Cabbase. Celery....

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

e 2, Number 76. WHO IS AT FAULT? RAILROAD CONNECTIONS AT STRASBURG. The U. *V O. has not Complied With the Decision of the Court —The Southern is Willing. According to the statement of the Winchester Star of February I*t, I lie It. & O. changed its schedule lon minutes, remaining that-much longer for connection at Strasburg .Junction. The following day it says: "At any rate the H. i*c (>. has complied with Judge Harrison's decision." If we remember aright, Judge Harrison's decision required the B. &O. to wait fourteen minutes. Ten minutes, therefore, is not a eompll- The same paper gratuitously assails the Southern Railroad by saying: "Connection, however, will not be established ntStrasburg Junction, becnuse the latter [the Southern Railroad) have determined to resist, with all the force of a rich corporation, the making of such connection." How does the Star know this? What foundation has it for such an assertion ? The It. & O. hns no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 February 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BT BOB'T B. SMTTHE. Entered In the Postomce at Harrisonburg a* second-class matter.l MONDAY, FEBRUARYS, 1900. AUTOMOBILES TESTED. FMtKUtci Merrltt at Wmhinjtton r«f« the Homeless Veliiele in <Jn titer Inar Mall, Highly satisfactory results were obtained at Washington in the lest ol tlio collection of mail from the street letter boxes and substations bv menus of an automobile. For some time the feasibility of this plan has been under consideration, but it was not until the other day that a practical test was made. One of the longest routes in the city was selected, and the automobile covered the distance in 32 minutes, making 27 stops. The regular time for a. collector's trip over this route is an hour find three-quarters, while the territory is covcrcd in an hour and twenty minutes by a man with a vehicle drawn by n horse. One of the superintendents fallowed the automobile over the route so as to be sure 110 boxes, were o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 February 1900

The Evening. News. - MONDAY, FEBRUARY», 1600. ' THE NEGRO AND HIS DIET. —— HlO P*otm Amtca Fael Value of Foot Onunud Ii «■ Laive «• That of 'Wbtte Families. Dietary studies made by the department of agriculture among negro families in eastern Virginia show that the overage fuel value of food consumed is as large or larger than among white families in moderate circumstances in New York and New England. Another strange fact developed is that the negro can live much more cheaply than the average white, and yet get as much real benelit from liis meals. For 11 cents thp. families in Virginia obtained food materials furnishing mere protein and more enerpy than was obtained for 28 cents by llie families of professional men in comfortable circumstances, and for 19 cents by families of well-paid mechanics. Howover, the food would certainly seem less appetizing and would not suit families used to more elaborate living. The average food consumption found in four native Mexican families - resid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 February 1900

SPECIALi SALtE I f> In order to maice room for my large Htonk of now goods, I urn ftompolled to close out some of my goods. So, FOR THE NEXT WEEK I will soil my entire slock of ItUGS, of all sizes. in Moquots, Sinyrnas, Brussels, Ingrain mid -lute, regardless of cost. Also my benutifnl lino of Chinohille Table Covers in nil sizes. Remember, t on s l s y a for s One Week. So come quick, before the prettiest nro sold. Don't Ffrget, Ij Large Slute M, Mammoth Furniture Department, with all the latest style Furniture and Carpets of all kinds. HARNESS AND SADDLES.—I can please one and all in Harness, Saddles, Horse Blankets and Buggy Robes. Come to sop mo before you buy. I will save you money. Respectfully. HERMAN WISE, The Great Price Cutter, - HARRISONBURG, VA. Phone No. Sign of the Alligator. \ SULLIVAN'S MEAT MARKET. Country Hams, Harvey's Hams, Westphalia Hams, Country Sausage, Vienna Sausage, Balogna Sausage, Breakfast Bacon, Side Meat and .Towel. pj) A/ TJ>Q S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 February 1900

Volume 2, Number 76. THE CAPITAL TRIP. PREPARATIONS ARE BE- ING MADE. A Pleasant Surprise In Store for Those wlio will Take tbe Washington Kx- cursioii. There wns quite an accumulation of coupons on hand lliis morning, a double count, in fu?l. Because the Bvkni.no Nkws will be issued every other day for a short time will not lessen theinterest In thecnpital trips. This will nive us more time to perfect arrangements for the excursion. The Evk.nino Nr.ws don't care to blow Its own horn in this matter, but will say that there is certainly going to be an agreeable surprise in store for those who take the Washington trip. Miss Nellie Kay lor received (i."> votes this morning, Miss Emma Moore 32, Miss Welsh LT), Miss Madeline Eshmnn 23. Mi>s Annie Miller 12, Miss .Mary Eslimnn 10, Boiler Gentry !>, Sum Wopdson S, and a great many scattering. Miss Nellie Kay lor, Pleasant Valley 201 Sam Woodson 151 Miss Bessio Byrd, Dayton 145 George Hawse 143 Robert Staple...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 February 1900

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYSI BY ROB'T B. BMYTHE, Entered In the Postofllce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY T, 1900. PRESIDENTIAL YEAR It san hardly he realized that this is the year tor another Presidential election.' Vet thin your of 10(10 will probably witness ri heated contest — one of the warmest this country lias seen in years. Many persons have regarded this as a, year in which it would ho a walk-over for those at present in authority. We do not sn reckou> but that every inch of Ihe ground will lie fought over and ( untested with all the power that the two groat national parties can bring to bear. It is nlreatly evident that tlio political battle of this year will be nobody's walk-over, for the disintegration of lioth of the great parlies Is apparent, and the new alignment must cast all calculations to the winds. Political developments are at present of daily occurrence and no one can foretell what may be the outco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 February 1900

The Evening News. ii. >, 1. . WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY7.I9OO. HOW KAFFIRS BANK The Pecallnr Syitcm of Having Money Among: the South Afflcnn Xatlven. The natives of that part of South Africa which to a great extent is inhabited by Bushmen and Hottentots have a peculiar system of banks and banking. These Kaffirs, says Tit-Bits, among whom this curious system of banking obtains, live near Kaffraria, in the south of the Colony country. The natives come down south from their country to trade in the several villages and towns in large numbers, stay with the Boers for 11 lime, then return to Kaffraria. I heir banking facilities are very primitive, and consist entirely of hanks of deposit alone, without banks of discount or issue, mill fliey have no cheeks. Hut still they enjo\ banking privileges, such as they are. From those who trade of their own number, they select one, who for the occasion is to be their banker, lie is converted into :i bank of deposit by putting 1 all the money o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 February 1900

This Space Reserved for L. B. SMOOTZ, IDz?-cL^a^±s*fc„ SPOTSttIOOD BUIUDIHG. •« SULLIVAN'S MEAT MARKET. Country Hams, Harvey's Hams, Westphalia Hams, Country Sansage. Vienna Sausage, Balogna Sausage. Breakfast Macon, Side Meat and Jowel. rWVD* Such as Cabbage, Celery, Kale, Parsnips, VTIIIVIVIX vl lIV *v I-/111 IVO, Sweets, Turnips, Potatoes and Salsify. Hon)e-Moc 1 e AT ince Mcat. We have in stock at ail times Vermont Maple Syrup, Pendleton Buckwheat, California' Canned Peaches, Plums, Pears and Apricots; Nweitzer Cheese, Pineapple Cheese, Chipped Ueef, Potted Meats, Salmon and Sardines. Fresh Eggs! >}< Dairy Butter I £i Hello, Neighbor! Whore did you get that good Coffee?" "L get it over at Sullivan's. He keeps all kinds, from the host Mocha, and Java down to ordinary pound-package goods." Don't forget that we are offering all varieties of GARDEN SIOEDS packed by the best known seedsmen. WE STILILi HAVE THE CAPITAL! TRIP COUPONS. E. UJ. SUIJLiIVAN &am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 February 1900

Volume 2, Number 77. PLAIN PROPOSITION DO YOU WANT A DAILY PAPER ? Representatives ol tlie Evening News will Make a Personal Call Tomorrow to Demonstrate This. Since it was announced that the EveNiNo News would be published only every other day, many regrets Jmve been expressed by friends of a daily paper. No one regrets this more than the Evening News, both from sentimental reasons and because of the recognized advantage that a daily paper is to a town and county of this Importance. Then, again, this action lias been misconstrued by some of our neighboring cities, who seem to be quick to advertise the fact that Harrisonburg can not afford a daily paper. So the Evening News intends to redouble its efforts, even In spite of the great Increase in cost of paper and material of all kinds, and to demonstrate to our people that it is the disposition of this paper to do Its part If the people will meet us half way, and the Evening News will wait for "the good times coming" for Its prolits ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 February 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY KOB'T B. BMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg an second-class matter. | FRIDAY, FEBIIUAItYO. 1900. Why can't our business men organize u stock company and start a tool handle factory here? It would pn.v good dividends and be a blessing- to the community. If any man here knows of any capable person who could be induced to come here, cither ns a stockhoideroremployeeorbotli, and superinted the starting and working of such an institution, let lilm get in correspondence with him at once. We have the timber and it ia a shame to ship the rough material north to be manufactured when we might just ns well have the money for the finished product. Ninety-nine out of every hundred . farmers in North Dakota would be glad to come to the Shenandoah Valley today if they had the money to buy a farm here. The man who leaves Hocklngham C6unty to go to North Dakota to engage in agriculture is going against a game that lie don't know an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 February 1900

TBc Evening News. Fit IDA Y, FEBRUARY 1,1900. p UNMIXABLE babies. Tfcelr Naiuet Written on Adhesive Plaster and Stack on Their Backs. I (Then 1 will be no Tinafore business o! "mixing the babies up" in the obstetrical ward of the Johns Hopkins hospital, says the IJaltimore Sun, if the physicians and attendants in eliargc can proven til. Usually there are from one to two dozen, new-born babies in the ward and to the inexperienced eye they all look much alike. Even those accustomed lo handle them sometimes have to look closely for distinguishing features or marks on the mites of' humanity. When the nurses are being changed frequently in the course of their duties, the difficulties are increased of readily telling one baby from another. The doctors have hit a happy solution of tlie difficulty. Racli baby is tagged and it is tagged in a unique way. On a small square of adhesive plaster is written the baby's name. This plaster tag is then stuck 1 ightly on the baby's back just between th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 9 February 1900

• ■ liN:, ' . .' ~ • j.Mmm-t ■•,. • . . Sgir ' * ' " v > "** /.•• «» a This ©pace Reserved for Li. B. SMOOTZ, ZDx'Ta.^e^is'b, SPOTSUIOOD BUlliDl^G. .. .uMituteiii' i i ■ in ii SULLIVAN'S MEAT MARKET. Country Hams, Harvey's Hams, Westphalia Hams, Country Sausage, Vienna Sausage, Balogna Sausage, Breakfast l?acon, Side Meat and Jowel. rVCQJMJOVT Such ,ls Cabbage. Celery. Kale, Parsnips, VXlllvlViV UllV.;\. rvrLlrvO, Sweets, Turnips, Potatoes and Salsify. Hon)c- Mtnd e Mince Meat. Wa have In stock at all times Vermont Maple Syrup, Pendleton Buckwheat, California Canned Peaches, Plums, Pears and Apricots; Sweltzer Cheese, Pineapple Cheese, Chipped Beef, Potted Meats, Salmon and Sar.llnpp. Fresh Eggs! Jjc Dairy Batter! " Hello, Neighbor! Where did you get that good Coffee?" "I get it over at Sullivan's. He keeps all kinds, from the best Mocha and .Java down to ordinary pound-package goods/' Don't forget that we are offering all varieties of GARDEN SEEDS packed by the best know...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 February 1900

Volume 2, Number 78. THE CAPITAL TRIP. NEARLY A I'KCK OK COUPONS RE- ( EIVEI» TO-IIA V. Tito Appearance of tlic K veiling Xe\v» liVery Day will a«l«l to tlie Interest. Nearly a peck of Capital Trip coupons came in this morning;. There was considerable complaint last week on account of thepapercoming out only every other day. A number of the candidates did not like to wait so long to see how the list stood. As the Evk.ninis ,\hwk will appear every day now we trust ail those coupons that arc now out will be sent to this office. The are several thousand votes outstanding which every one would like to see recorded. Charlie Berry received 80, Francis Hollingswoi-tli 21, Edwnrd Nwitzer 17, Laird Conrad 14,MissAnnio Miller 13. Miss Josie Welsh 12, John Yancey 12, Miss Einnia Moore 10, Miss Mary Reilly !), Holler Gentry ft. Miss Sallie Nnum 0, Miss Mary Funkhonser S. George Hawse 20C Miss Alma Wise 208 Miss Nellie Ivaylor, Pleasant Valley 202 Robert Staples 152 Sam Woodson 151 Miss Bessie B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 February 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflco at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.l MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1000. THE SECRET OF'SUCCESS. (Jur ! esteemed contemporary. Hie Spirit of the Valley, announces the name of its publisher, 1). S. Lewis, as a candidate for re-elcction to the office of city treasurer, with a salary of #l,OOO attached. Our other esteemed contemporary, the Register, will put a, personal][candidate in the fleld a little later, with another salary attachment. The Evening News bogins to realize the secret of newspaper success in this city, if we Just had a long line of ancestral office holders to stimulate us or a political.pull the Evening News, too, might get an office, and then we could publish a paper regardless of business principles, and the "measly" increase in the price of paper would be sneered at. We trust, however, that our two contemporaries will not begrudge us what little pleasure we can get out of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 February 1900

The Evening News* MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1900. WELSH RABBIT OR RAREBIT. « Odd Xlrtnamei Vaed in Varlooa Cllmea tor Some Common Article* of Food. Here comes again for the 'stegnth time that old question about the Welsh "rabbit" or ''rarebit," says the IVew York Press funny man. In Paris it is "rarebit" on the bills of fare, or its equivalent in French, but our lute dictionaries and our astute editors insist that it should be "rabbit." After halt n day's search I arrive at the conclusion that it was originally "rare-bit," and that "rabbit" is a modern corruption. I say the highest authorities agree on 1 his, but. my editor says they don't, and what he says goes l in this paper. Certain of our lexicographers insist that "rabbit" as applied to cheese anil toast, etc., is of jocular origin, but I am not sure that this people of Wales regard cheese thus prepared as their national dish. It is true that we have the. "Cape Cod turkey," •which is a codfish, and numerous oilier humorously applied...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 12 February 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONBUMERB AT WHOLEBALE PRICEB. This Space Reserved for la. B. SMOOTZ, SPOTSCXJOOD BUlLiDlfiC. SULLIVAN'S MEAT MARKET. Country Hams, Harvey's Haras, Westphalia. Haras, Country Sausage, Vienna Sausage, Balogna Sausage, Breakfast Bacon, Side Meat and Jowel. Such as Cabbage. Celery, Kale, Parsnips, ITHIVIVi\ YXflUvlVllliVlJi Sweets, Turnips, Potatoes anil Salsify. Mince Me at. \V« have in stock at all times Vermont Maple Syrup, Pendleton Buckwheat. California Canned Peaches, Plums, Pears and Apricots; Xweitzer Cheese, Pineapple Cheese, Chipped Beef, Potted Meats, Salmon and Sardines. Fresh Eggs! >{< Dairy Butter I t; Hello, Neighbor! Where did you getthat good Coffee?" "I get it over at Sullivan's. He keeps all kinds, from the best Mocha and Java down to ordinary pound-package goods." Don't forget that we are offering all varieties of GARDEN SEEDS packed by the best known seedsmen. WE STIIill HAVE THE CHPITAU ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 February 1900

Volume 2, Number 79. THE BEST WAY. SHOULD ESTABLISH INDUS- TRIES OURSELVES. Tliere Is Plenty of Capital Lying Idle In Rockiiiglinm County. A few plain words now and then are like doses of medicine, nt 11 proper time to prevent sickness. "Words spoken in season" arc frequently promotive of good results. Therefore, If u few earnest and plain words are spoken now, the public welfare of this community inny be helped. The Evu.vinu News has never yet failed to be urgent in calling attention to various things that would redound to the public weal if adopted, and It has not failed to encourage every public enterprise that promised good results. In this work its efforts will be continued, and whilst its past work In this direction has been handicapped by either an unappreciative audience, or the lethargy, which lias long boen a distinguishing characteristic, has not been aroused as was hoped. Cautiousness in nil business ventures is the dictate of common prudence. it is right, and if anythin...

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