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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 February 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY EOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postofltce at Harrisonburg a* second-class matter. 1 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13.1900. RICH- tAN'S FAUCI. Willing to Pay $lOO,OOO for a Trip Over a. Railroad. |Mri an Offev for the PrffUese ol EtjojliiK Ik'ltlal Rnn Over Sew York'ji I'rojecteil Vmlrrurounil I(allirar< John B. McDonald has a chanca to make $lOO,OOO or bo for the exclusive rights on the trip of the first train of the proposed underground railway from Is'ew York city hall to llarleni. Edward It. Emerson, 332 Spring street, sent him a formal offer of $l,OOO for the privilege. This is only a "feeler," as Mr. Emerson is figuring any kind of price to carry out * little scheme he has in mind. It is purely a rich man's fancy. Mr. Emerson is worth a great deal of money, has a palatial home on the upper West side and a country estate, and Js amply able to satisfy any extravagant whim Iliat may; enter his mind. "A cousin DC mine, Thomas Em...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 February 1900

The Evening News. TUESDAY, FI-milUAllY VI, I HDD HOW TO LOOK BEAUTIFUL. St. Louil'lmtor Talks from tin* I'nlI»U on Woman'* I'prKonal Adornment. Rev. retro Ilgen, pastor o£ the German Evangelical Lutheran church at St. Louis, devoted the greater part o£ his sermon ilia other night to telling women how to become unci to remain beautiful; liow to dress and how to appear to advantage. Here are sjine of the things lie said: "Blondes should wear light-colored dresses; brunettes dark r ones, while rubicund countenances can wear to advantage subdued tints of red, as in gray-red, etc. If a countenance is too j:ale, a greenish element will enhance tlie rosy color by contrast, while a purple tint near the face will bring out the yellow and give a bilious, sickly appearance. "J£ a person's countenance is overflushed and rosy—a condition rarely seen among American women—a red ribbon worn near the face will give a paler cast. Contrasts of positive colors are not in good taste. The grays of Ihe sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 13 February 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICIS, This Space Reserved for I*. B. SMOOTZ, X)3?"CL^^±S-b 3 SPOTSOiOOD BUlLiDlfiG. HONEST GOODS. MODERATE PRICES The Corner Grocery. Having just received a large additional shipment, of Canned Goods, we are now prepared to supply your wants in this lino. Wo offer the best brands of California canned goods— Peaches, Plums, Pears & Apricots. Our hand-packed Tomatoes, Maine Corn, Sifted Peas, French nnd American Soups, Devoiled Crabs and Clam Chowder are the best. Homestead Asparagus, Filpman's Grated Pine-Applet— Try our Homo-made Mlnco Meat, Oat Meal, Pettyjohn, (Jermen, Cracked-Wheat, Maccnronia, Egs: Noodles and Spaghetti alwaye in stock. AH seasonable (ireen (irocrrles recfiilnrly kept, on hand. We respectfully solicit your orders. WE STILtLt THE CAPITALt Tf*lP COUPONS. E. W. SUliUlVfltf & CO. Cor. German and West Market Sts. BLOOM'S Popular Price Store WILL ZDISIPL-A-Y TODAY ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 February 1900

Volume 2, Number 80. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (lathered for the Information und lleneflt of Our Mveniinr Readers. Price uf wheat today 7e cents' Princess Metallc 800 l Paint at John P. Rurfce's Mardware *lore. Mr. Ilemy Strayer returned 11 <•«iri«> Monday from Baltimore. Mrs. Carrie Bowers, ol near tlrcenlaoual. still continues quite ill. Mr. <i. Moffel Miller, of Bridgewater, is a visitor Id our town today. Mrs. John l.ogan went to Maryland this morning to visit her parents. Messrs. James .Sullivan and James K. Itoller arrived last night on th» Southern. Judge Newman, of Woodstock, passed through here (his morning, going south. It cost the members of tho Legislature #1.50 each to hear Mr. Bryan's speech In Richmond. Misses Margaret and Harriet Taylor went to Pennsylvania this morning to relatives. Mr. W. H. Ciatterbuck has recovered from u mtld attack of pnenmonia anil is upon the streets again. Mr. Thomas Stlnesnrl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 February 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BT 808 T B. SMYTHS. Entered In tbe Postofflce at Hnrrlionburg tm second class matter.] WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY li, 1900. THS PAPER TRUST. Congressman Champ Clark, of Missouri, In an interview said : "Thecountry newspapers ar« hoisting a signal of distress over the increased cost of paper. "One editor I know wroto tue that with the present', prices for paper. It wonld cost hlin .'#B2o more to print his paper this year than It cost last year. Now if yon know anything abeut the profits of country newspapers, it is easy to figure that only two ways are open. One is to shut up shop and go out. of business, the other Is to raise the price of subscriptions." (,'ANNMtY FOB WINCHESTER. Hero is n pointer lor our section from Winchester, showing what may well be done here. In connection with the ice pinnt: nnd cold storage to be established, a cannery will also be put in operation. The promoters of the former enterprise have decided that this feat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 February 1900

The Evening News. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900. STRUGGLE FOR PERSIA. B««iU In Said to Plan the AnncxntloM of the Shalt'. Dominion lit an Ehrly Datr. While England is busy in South Africa Russia, it is reported, is getting ready to annex Persia, for the control of which, in one way or another, great nations of Europe have been struggling for years. Whether the shall, who is the most absolute monarch now reigning, would peacefully consent- to annexation is extremely doubtful. He has an army of more than 100,000 men, who have been drilled for years by officers of difforont.Euro- TilK SHAII OF PfeJttrilA. {Russia Is Getting Heady to Absorb His Fertile Realm.) peun. nationalities. Anil even if the question of India Avert: not involved, it id certain that Great Britain would resist in the utmost the consummation of the plan ascribed to tlie czar. Including- the Imperial Persian bank, which, is an English corporation. Ilie English investments in Persia, which include all the iron, copper, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 14 February 1900

THBHARRtSONBURQ MILIINC OOMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONBUMERS AT WHOLEBALE PRICES. This ©pace Reserved for L. B. SIMOOTZ, SPOTS CtIOOD BUILiDIfiG. HONEST GOODS. MODERATE PRICES The Corner Grocery. Having- just received a, large additional shipment of Canned Goods, we are now prepared to supply your wants in this line. We offer the best brands of California canned goods— Peaches, Plums,, Pears & Apricots. Our hand-packed Tomatoes, Maine Corn, Sifted Peas, French and American Soups, Deveiled Crabs and Clam Chowder are the best. Homestead Asparagus, Filglman's Grated Pine-Applet— Try our Home-made Minco Moat, Oat Meal, Pettyjohn, Germea. ("racked-Wheat, Maccaronla. Egjr Noodles and Spacgetti always In stock. All seasonable Green Groceries regularly kept on hand. We respectfully solicit your orders. WE STIIiLt HAVE THE CAPITAL Tt*lP COUPONS. E. ttl. SUbUIVfIfJ & CO. Cor. German and West Market Sts. fIUGTIOH! AUCTION! AUCTION! I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE STOCK OF Mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 February 1900

The Evening News. Volume 3, Number 81. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OP INTEREST TO , OUR OWN FOLKB.. ttatbereil for the Information nnd V Benefit of Onr Rrenlntr Readers, I'rice of wheat, loony To cents' I'rlncess M(stalk; Roof I'aint at John P. Burke's Hardware store. Burnet I & Konerden extracts, all flavors. \V ('. Kkii.j.v & Co. Notice the change of "ad " in this issue of .Tas. I!. Lnpt'nn, general insurance agent. .lohu Acker, Esq., was a passenger on the B. & (). train this morning going southward. Messrs. ('. \V. 800 Dick, of New Market.,and Wm. Harris, of Cowans, were visitors to town yesterday. Dr. \V. T. l.lneweaver will be alij sent from his olllce Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Hermnn Wise comes to the front today with a new advertisement offering wonderful bargains. Read It. Capt. W. S. Lurty left this morning on a visit to Richmond. Mrs. Lurty has been spending the winter In that city. Tims. H. Burke desires to call sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 February 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BOB'T B'SMYTHE. Entered In tbe Postoffloe at Harrisonburg ae second-clans matter.] THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15.1990. SOUTH DAKOTA CREAMERIES. tiWm -A comparison of the workings of two South Dakota creameries made by a western paper is interesting to tbe readers of ttre News principally as a mean* of showing them what might bo done by a cooperation creamery In this county: Tbe analysis shows that Letcher sold 162,(175 pounds of butter for $2B, 905.32, and iliut tbe average price was 17.7 ceuts per pound; that tlie cost of manufacture, shipment and all other expenses, including $1,599.34 paid on plant, was 3.4 cents, and that patrons received not 14.3 cents per pound; that Woonsocket sold 45,455 pounds of butter for $8,199.50, and the average price was 18.04 cents psr pound; that the cost of maufacture, shipping and all other expenses, including $052 paid on plaat, was 4.4 cents per pound.and the not amount patrons received wus* 13.0 cents....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 February 1900

The Evening News. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY V,, 1900. r ~ - Ai Explnatloa, Kew Boarder—What a conceited nu Mr. Upson is! Don't you think so? Old Boarder—Yes; and I should be equally conceited ■were I in his position. New Boarder—How Is that? Old Boarders-He' is the only boarder in the house who ever succeeded in capturing the oyster in the soup three days in succession. Chicago Daily News. one Who Controls. "Who is the head of your house?" The benedict gave n. few minutes to 'the consideration of the question beforo answering. "No one," ho sakUHnalli. "My •vifp and I started our married life on perfect equality. As you might say, we trot in double hsrness and—" "Well?" "Well, I guess, perhaps, the baby drives the team."—Chicago Port. Tbat Unrefined Word. The Boston girl was heard to moan. And tears were seen to flow; Because, when at the telephone, She had to say "Hello." —Washington Star. A CAXDID REPCSAI,. "Ver liouor.-i me wid yer perposal, O.scar Doody, but 'tis impossibility. Me inudd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 15 February 1900

TH» HA*RIBONBUWC MILLINC COMPANY SELL FLOUR AMP P««D TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICKS This Space Reserved forL. B. SMOOTZ, ZDx»-o-^e:±siD, SPOTSCUOOD BUILtDIJSIG. HONEST GOODS. MODERATE PRICES The Corner Grocery. Having just received a. large additional shipment of Canned Goods, we are now prepared to supply your wants in this lino. We offpr the best brands of California canned goods— Peaches, Plums, Pears & Apricots. Our hand-packed Tomatoes, Maine Corn, Sifted Peas, French and American Soups, Deviled Crabs and Clam Chowder are the best. Homestead Asparagus, Filgbman's Grated Pine-Apple-ts— Try our Home-made Mioce Meat; Oat Meal, Pettyjohn, Germea, Cracked-Wheat, Maccaroni. Ekk Noodles and Spaghetti always" • tn stock. AH seasonable Green Groceries regularly kept on hand. We respectfully solicit your orders. WE STIltLt HAVE THE CAPITAL* Tf*lP COUPONS. E. XIX. SUbLtlVAfi & CO. Cor. German and West Harket Sts. AUCTION I .AUCTION! AUCTION! I WILL SELL THE ENTIR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 February 1900

Volume 2, Number 82. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (lathered for th<> Information and Benefit of Onr Evening Header*. Price of wheat today 70 cents' Princess Mela lie Hoof Paint at .lohn I' Burke's Hard ware store. Measles are raging in the Scon's Ford section of the county. It is said An iron bridge is in course ol (Teclion across the river near Cootes' Store. It will be up in time for the Spring freshets probably. Mr. Sol. Loewner, of Baltimore, Is in town for a few days, shaking the hands of numerous friends and incidentally attending to business. A party of Pennsylvania Coal experts arc prospecting for coal in the neighoorhood of Orkney Springs. Strong Indications of coal oil in that vieinttv have also been found. Messrs. John Acker, A. P. Fuiikhouser, \V. S. Lnrty and D. S. Lewis, of this place and county, went to Richmond yesterday morning to attend the meeting of the Republican State Committee. It is a little early to begin t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 February 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT .SUNDAYS) ROB'T B*SIIYTH£. Metered in the Postofflce at Harrisonburg an second-claws matter. I FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16.1900. WHAT THE COW HAS DONE. The Waverley (lovrai Republican saya: Only three eases of mortgage fore-' closure involving farm land occurred in Bremer county during the year 1899, and In two of the instances the land was unimproved, foreclosure being made to perfect: title. The absence of foreclosures is particularly noticeable in the dairy portion of the county. Von would need to search the records for a good many years back to find tt farm sold under foreclosure where the occupant of the farm lived near to a creamery and' kept all thecows which could bo prop-, erly cared for on his farm. This wan not the case twenty or tnoro yeara ago, before the dairy and creamery business had completely supplanted exclusive grain raising on our farms. In the year 1880 alone fifteen good Bremer county farms, each of SO acres and upwards in nin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 February 1900

The Evening News* FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Hi, 1900. OPPOSED TO LYNCHING. Kmt Qavemor o( MU»l**ii>pl la a Bit* t«r Knenr of Mob Lun it ml It* Many Ktllm. Gov. A. H. Longino, Mississippi's new anti-lynch law executive, is a comparatively young 1 man, u native of Mississippi, a former legislator and a citizen whose reputation, as. no lover of the negro makes his words on the question of lynching of peculiar interest. He expressed a genuine abhorrence of those outrages that are classified under the term lynchings. and called attention to the increase iri their number in his own state. The new governor is not vet 4 4 years old. He J? eminently a self-made man. IXON. A. H. LONGINO. (The Kfw Governor of the Kiat.- of Allsslsalppl.) His parents were poor citizens of Law - fence county, and were unable to give, to their son an education such as his ambitions desired. This, however, did not deter hi in or discourage him. lie. labored day and night to pny for the schooling he received in M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 16 February 1900

THt HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL PLOUR AND PESO TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. This Space Reserved for L. B. SMOOTZ, SPOTS CXIOOD BUlLiDlflG. HONEST GOODS. MODERATE PRICES The Corner Grocery. Having just received a large additional shipment of Canned Goods, we are now prepared to supply your wants in this line. We offer the best brands of California canned goods— Peaches, Plums* Pears & Apricots. Our hand-packed Tomatoes, Maine Corn, Sifted Peas, French and American Soups, Deviled Crabs and Clam Chowder are the best. Homestead Asparagus, Filghman's Grated Pine-Applet— Try our Home-made Mince Mpat; Ont Sleal, Pettyjohn, Germea, Cracked-Wheat, Maccaronl. Etta Noodles anrl SpaKvetti always? , In stock. All seasonable Greeii Groceries mrularly kept on hand. We respectfully solicit your orders. WE STllili HAVE THE CAPITAIi TfllP COUPONS. E. XXX. SUbbIVAN & CO. Cor. German and West Market Sts. Jteisonbarg Steam liaandry. Having assumed entire control of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 February 1900

Volume 2, Number 83. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (lathered lor the Information and Benefit of Onr Evening Renders. Price of wheat today 70 cents' Princess Metallc Hoof Paint at John P. Eurfee's Hardware store. Mr. W'ilmer Dechert arrived home tills morning over the B. & O. The Prohibitionists will hold their State Convention next Thursday. The Republican State Convention will meet in Norfolk on April 10th. Capt. Thomas Lennig, after 'spending several days in this place, went to Strnisburg on The early ■Southern train this morning. On Saturday next Is the date for the February meeting of the Board of Supervisors. Loo); out for "yankee Jumpers" on Monday if the snow does not melt away too quickly. Dr. J. It. Keezel has left -Ml. Solon and has located in ln practice Li In profession. Dr. 11. M. Kogers, of Mi.Crawford, hns been sick for a fortnight, lint wo are Rind to hear lie Is hotter The Viotorinu Society, of Bridgewftter College will celeb...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY HOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the PoHtofllce at Harrisonburg ax second-class matter.! SATURDAY,'FEBRUARY IT. 1900. Amone .recent, incorporations in New York is an International Sunshine Society, whose creed is mutual helpfullness anil acceptance of the law that all thing's work together for good. One of its favorite quotations Is from Sydney Smith: "If it be my lot to crawl. I will crawl contentedly; If to lly, I will fly with alacrity; hut as long as I can avoid it, I will never be unhappy." The new society will embrace some practical features, including the distribution of good literature. la one of his best known books Ruskln wrote that waristbefoundatloß of all the arts and that all the great nations "were bora in war and . expired in peace." It is comforting for John Bull to be assured by tbe philocoper tbat what is going on at present is a course of self-improve-ment. An Appalachian National Park Association bus been formed t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 17 February 1900

The Evening News* &ATFRDAY, FEBRUARY IT, 1900J LIBRARIES OF EUROPE. Russia's imperial library dates back to the year 1700, and has to-day about 1,155,000 works and over 20,000 manuscripts. Berlin's royal library is one of Hie celebrated collections' of the world. It has over 3,000,000 books and 30,000 manuscripts. Tlie building is close ti> ihe imperial palace and the Germans, who are a book-loTing people, make liberal use of it. , One of the most.interesting- libraries Is the Bodleian at Oxford. It takes its name from its founder, Sir Thomas Hodley, who founded it- in 1598, and since that time all lovers of Oxford have added to it. Besides 400,000 books there are nianuscrips almost priceless and many rare works. The national library of i'runuo has Ihe most volumes of hny. It is housed in a magnificent building, but its foundations were laid in the Louvre, when Louis XI. gave a email collection of books. The library was added to by the forfeited libraries of p...

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

THE HARRIBONBIURO MILLING OOMMHYMLL FLOUR AND PUD TO OONSUMKRB AT WHOLESALE PRICES. This Space Reserved, for L B. SMOOTZ, H)3?-UL^ep_s-b a SPOTSOiOOD BUlLiDlfiO. HONEST GOODS. MODERATE PRICES The Corner Grocery. Having just received a large additional shipment of Canned Goods, we nre now prepared to supply you,r wants in this line. We offer the best brands of California canned goods— Peaches, Plums, Pears & Apricots. Our hand-packed Tomatoes, Maine Corn, Sifted Peas, French and American Soups, Deviled Crabs and Clam Chowder are the best. —<SK)M Homestead Asparagus, Filgbmaa's Grated Pine-Appte4&>— Try our Elome-mnde Mtnco Meat; Oat Meal, Pettyjohn, Germen, Cracked-Wheat, Maccaroni. Ekk Noodles and Spaexetti always in stock. All seasonable Green Groceries resnlarly kept on hand. We respectfully solicit your orders. WE STllili HAVE THE CAPITAL* TftfP COUPONS. E. ca. SUUUIVAfI & CO. Cor. German and West Harket Sts. Harrisonburg ...

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

Volume 2, Number 84. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OTJK OWN FOLKS. (lathered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Readers, Price of wheat today 70 cents- Princess Metalic Roof Paint at John P. Burke's Hardware store. Mr. S. D. Fertig will sell a lot of personal property at Singers Glen on Friday next. Postmaster Gentry, of Elkton. braved the elements for a visit to Harrisonburg today. .Mr. W. 11. Reherd returned .yesterday from New York, where he had been looking after some & W. Railroad business. The old market-house. Winchester's most prominent landmark, is in process of demolition to make room for t he new City Hall Mr. S.<\ Xaylor, of Klktou. who has been dangerously ill for the pnst few weeks, in now thought to be on the rond to recovery. The plumbers are "right in it" again thin morning. Frozen anil bursted pipes require prompt attention, nnd the calls are numerous. Mrs. Laura lln mill, of I'rostburg, Md., died February Mth. Siie ...

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