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

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postoffloe at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1900. Since the mints oftho United States were established, the value of sold coin that has disappeared from circulation is f1,214,6(52,705. The missing money has been used in the arts, exported, hoarded or lost. When Itullar speaks of a fight in one portion of the lino and sends a large casualty list in a brigade several miles distant, and in an entirely separate position, tho British public has a right to indulge in a few impatient remarks. lu a short time the only government force stntionod in Hawaii will be a battalion of marines. The opponents of annexation were mistaken when they declared tbat tho Islands would be a heavy military tharK*. British re-enforcements continueto arrive almost daily at the Cape. But the question- is if the Boers con be baaten by numbers without an improvement in the management us exhibited up ...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 19 February 1900

The Evening News. * MONUA Y, FEBRUARY 10, 1900. lu the Wroag Clilua. A salesman in a local chinaware «k---tablishmsnt 5s responsible for the fol« lowing: "A day or two ago," said he, "a lady came in the store and began to examine some fine cups and saucers. Nothing suited her. At last, however, she found some that pleased her, and. smiling innocently, said: 'Now, these axe very nice, and I lilcc the way they are made, with different names on them. If I could find some with tlio names I want I would take them, but all I sec read "Tom and Jerry.""'—Memphi* Scimitar. •'Hadn't Ha<l 'Cm Vet." Mamma What- is Willie crying about V Bridget—Sliurc, ma'am, he wanted to go across the street to Tommy Green's. Mamma—Well, why didn't you let him go? Bridget—They were liavin' charadcs he said, ma'am, and I wasn't shurc as he'd had 'em yet.—Detroit Breo Press. A I'ert Comparison. "Remember," said the young man's father, "that when I was your age I <arncd my own living." "Of co...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLINC OOMPANY SELL PLOUR AMD PEEP TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. This Space Reserved, for L. B. SMOOTZ, IDXTCL^S^iS'b, SPOTS CHOOD BUlLtDlfiG. HONEST GOODS. MODERATE PRICES The Corner Grocery. I'laving just received a largo additional shipment of Canned Goods, we are now prepared to supply your wants in this lino. Wo offer the host 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, Filghmans Grated Pine-Applet— Try our Home-made Mince Meat; Oat Meal, Pettyjohn, Gormen. Orncked-Wlieat, Maccaroni, Erst Noodles and Spaghetti always in stock. AH seasonable Green Groceries regularly kept on hand. Wo respectfully solicit your orders. 1 WE STIIiLi HAVE THE CAPlTflli TI*IP COUPONS. E. XXI. SUUUIVfIN & CO. Cor. German and West Market Sts. Jtoisonbarg Steam kaundFy. Having assumed entire ...

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

Volume 2, Number 85. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (lathered for the information and Reueflt of Our Evening Renders, Price of wheat today 70 centsPrincess Metalic Roof Paint at John P. Burke's Hard ware store. Fofc Sale.—'lo,ooo old newspapers at 10 cents per 100, at this ofllce. House for rent on German street. Apply at 123, German street. Plans are being made for a new depot iu Alexandria for the Southern Railroad. Mr. .1. W. Carpenter, of Bridgewater, returned to his home on Saturday evening from a trip to Danville. Rev. J. f. Hall, a I nited Brethren pastor of this county, is conducting a protracted series of meetings in Yew Market for his church. Gen. John E. Roller arrived horns iin Saturday night front a trip to Texas. Ho found more snow here than in Texas and keener air. Mr. John Kavanaugh, who has been ill from "grip" at his home In Staunton, is reported to be much better and on the road to rapid recovery. Alfred 10. Cohen. at torney-at-law, fro...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg a» second-class matter 1 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. lUOO- - DOES PAY. As we liavo lia<l considerable to say recently on the creamery subject we give herewith the report of one western creamery, taken from the columns of the Kimball (South Dakota) Graphic, Thi» report is but a fair sample of hundreds of others which might be given. When it is remembered that this creamery is located about 700 miles west of Chicago, and that the prices;it recieves for its product are baaed on tho prevailing prices In Chicago, it will at once become evident that it operates at a great disadvantage as compared with a similar institution if located in the Shenandoah Valley. The Graphic says: "The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Kimball creamery was held at the engine house Saturday afternoon. The room whs full, and it mas thel rg>'st turnout of nockholder'- ►into he ...

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

The Evening News* TUESI'A Y. FEBRUARY L>o, IUOV. A Fell Parpoie. i "I want to see the man wbo gets up the list of names for juries," ho said. "Have you any business with him?" inquired the court official. "Yes. There's a mail who lives rear me wbo thinks he knows everything. He talks loud and makes you feel small. He's got to have tha cgotirm taken out of bim somehow, and 1 thought I'd call around and eeo if you couldn't put blm on the jury and let the lawyers ask him a few of those hypothetical questions."—Washington Star. She Won MrntlouciJ. "Evidently you were overlooked in the account of the entertainment last night," said the gossip. "Oh, no," replied Mrs Parvenu. "1 ■was mentioned. Didn't you see the last line of the list of those present?" "Yes. It read 'and others.' " "That's me," asserted Mrs. Parvenu, proudly but ungrammatically. Chicago Post, The Debate Cloaeil. "Yes, sirl" shouted the little man with thin, straggly hair, "the constitution of the United Slates ...

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

HARRISONBURG IWILLIWC COMPANY SELL PLOUR AND PEEP TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICEB. This Space -Reserved, for L. B. SMOOTZ, IDimx^ep-s-t, SPOTSUIOOD 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 lino. We offer the best brands of California canned goods— Peaches, Plums, Pears Sc. 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 Meat; Oat Meal, Pettyjohn, Germea. Cracked-Wheat, Maccaroni. JCjztr Noodles and Spaghetti always in stock. All seasonable Green Groceries regularly kept on liand. Wo respectfully solicit your orders. WE STILili HAVE THE CAPITAL* TSIP COUPONS. E. ttl. SUIiUIVHfi & CO. Cor. German and West Harket Sts. flaFfisonbuFg Steam haandry. Having assumed entire control of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 February 1900

Volume 2, Number 86. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Bothered for the Information and Benefit of Onr Evening Readers. Price of wheat todn.v 70 cents. Princess Metalic Roof Paint at John P. Burke's Hardware store. For Sale.—lo,ooo old newspapers at 10 cents per 100, at 1 his office. House for rent on German street. Apply at 123, German street. Washington's birthday anniversary tomorrow and :i national holiday. Father McVerry returned to hi* home at Staunton Tuesday afternoon. The political muddle in Kentucky still ciontinues, wi*li further danger of complication. The Oliver Seott minstrels will be at Assembly Hall on next Tuesday night, February 27th. M. JJndon, Esq.. of Ml. Crawford, has again taken charge of Hie public school at Burketown. There will be a meeting of the Harrisonburg Hut of Haymakers at Masonic Temple tonight. A small farm, containing about it acres belonging to Mr. James W. Level has been bought by Stephen A. Kersh for ¥1,82."). The Repub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 February 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY HOB'T B. SMYTHE. / Entered In the Fostofflce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. I WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1900. FAMOUS OLD COACH. Bittery in Its Broken-Down and Wrecked Box and Wheels. sfrat Vel»lole TUat Gave to Early Slack BUla ItllalDg Camp* Hoisnlar Communication with F,astern Civilization. At the sido ol' one of the main thoroughfares of the present Deadwood, S. D., there stands an old, brokendown. worn-out itiige coach which In* a history of histories. It is loved i>\ many an old-timer in the Black Hills, because it was th;i first messenger between the western' line of civilization and their newly-acquired home anionij ihe rugged mouatains. It. was iomc time after the first man entered the hill* before a regular stage eoacli was put on tetween any of the cities along the border of civilization and the Blacl: Hi 11a mining camps. During the year of 1870, two years after the arrival of the Bussell expedition l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 February 1900

The Evening News, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21,1900. bullet having- gone througifliis - tieaa" The horses came to a standstill and stood waiting for » word from tho driver. The Indians came up behind tlae coach on a mad run. and in a moment the coach was surrounded. The 12 passengers wero numb with fright. Some sat like blocks of stone. Others, ■with more grit, attempted to shoot out of the coach windows at the dodging Indians. It seemed to be tho delight of the redskins to tease their prisoners. They would ride uj> near Ihc coach and lire directly afc the passengers, euro being taken seemingly that the bullets penetrate «i coat < leeve, hat cr seat cushion. Finally two of the Indians dismounted from their ponies, and, going up to the horses on Ihe coach, cut them loose and with a. wild yell drove the frightened teams, with harness on, away. That was the last, seen of the Indians or the horses. The passengers walked 12 miles back to Custer. A posse pursued the Indian...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 21 February 1900

tHE MARBiaOWBURQ MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND PHD TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. This Space Reserved, for IM. B. SMOOTZ, 3Dz?-CL^S^±Sts, SPOTS OIOOD BUlLiDlfiG. HONEST GOODS. MODERATE PRICES The Corner Grocery. Having just received a largo additional shipment of Canned Goods, we aro 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 and American Soups, Deviled Crabs and Clam Chowder are the best. Homestead Asparagus, Filghman's Grated Pine-Applet— Try our Home-made Miner? Meat; Ont Meal, Pettyjohn, Oerniea, Cracked-Wheat, Maecaroni, Efrir Noodles and Spaghetti alwayp in stock. All seasonable Green Groceries regularly kept on hand. We respectfully solicit your orders. WE STllilx HAVE THE CAPITAL* COUPONS. E. XXX. SUUbIVfIN & CO. Cor. German and West Market Sts. flaffisonbapg steam Laundry. Having assumed entire con...

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

Volume 2, Number 87. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Untlioml for the Informal ion niui lleuellt of Oiii- Evening Header!*, Price of wheat today 70 cents.. The Legislnt ure will adjourn March oth." Princess Melalir Hoof Paint at .lolin P. P.urke's Hardware store. I'oit Sai.k.—lo,ooo old newspapers at 10 cents per 100. at this offlee. House lor rent on German street. Apply at. !23, German street. Fou Sai.i:.—Three shares in the Dayton Harness Co. For particulars enquire of .1. S. 1-ishrtr, Dayton, Va. At the wpiing election the question ol calling a Statu Convention to frame a now constitution will lie voted upon. The U.S.battleship Kearsarge was placed in commission on .Monday at Newport News. Capt. W. M. Falger. of the F. S. Navy, is the commander. Rev. A. S. Hamiuack will preach a sermon at his church of especial interest to the U. B. Sunday school, and wants all of the children of the school to be present. Mr. J. C. Beery returned this morning from Newp...

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

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) DT EOB'T B. SMYTHE, Entered in the Poatofltro at Harrisonburg w> second-clans matter. 1 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY Lt\ 1900. A new iconocalst In Philadelphia has opened a crusade against the frequent use of the word "the" in literary composition. He counted its repetitions* on the editorial page of a Philadelphia paper and found 157 in I,C2S words. In (ho news columns the proportion was seventythroe to 707. This reformer belongs to the same class as Ihe one who proposes to condense food into Hmail tablets. • The word he condemns is nol often neccessur.v to in(•liigibility. but a literary stylo would be curt and jerky without it. lien, lioberts must not foruut. that the Boers can travel a long way carrying rations and baggage on their ponies. By the way, what was French's Hying column doing with 200 wagons following its trail'.' They were cut off, as might have been expected. Clark, of Montana, admit* that he spent $115,000 in his...

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

The Evening News* THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1900. CHORDS AND DISCORDS. Bobert Schumann wns only 4(i years lid when lie died. The word Alleluia is correctly prorounccd in singing: "Ah-lay-100-yah." Bach and Handel both made grenl tise of the organ in their saored -work*;. Tho song. "Oil, Promise Me." Mas interpolated :in lie Koven's opera, 'Robin Hood." Pibroch, is «. series of variations for the bagpipe founded upon a theme t ailed the urlar. An opliiclcide is a. brass instrument of large compass and power having a peculiar quality of toiie. liielmrd Wagner was .-i great, reader. It, was lie who Raid: "Whatever is worth reading is wortli rereading." The A istriiifj of the violin is its second string; oL' a viola and violoncello it is Ihe first. string, and of a double bass tlie third ■string. The tiny violin which were carried by dancing masters in their pockets before tho introduction of the pianoforte were called "kits." Carrtinis, or mutes, ore. little instruments of wood or brass w...

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

THE HARRIBONBURG MILLING CO MPANY BELL PLOUR AND FEED TO CONBUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRIOR* This sSp ace Reserved for* Li. B. SMOOTZ, SPOTSCUOOD BUILDING. HONEST GOODS. MODERATE PRICES The Corner Grocery. Having- just received a largo additional shipment of Canned Goods, we are now prepared to supply your wants in this lino. Wo offer the host 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-Applets— Try our Home-made Mineo Meat; Oat Meal, Pettyjohn, Gerniea, ('racked-Wheat, Maecaroni, Egg Noodles and Spaghetti always in stock. All seasonable Green Groceries resjnlarly kept on hand. We respectfully solicit your orders. WE STILiLt HAVE THE CAPITAL! Tf*lP COUPONS. E. ttl. SUhLIIVAfi & CO. dor. German and West Market Sts. Harrisonbtirg Steam liaandry. Having assumed entire control of ...

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

Volume 2, Number 88. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES 0E INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (lathered for the lnftHiiiulion mid Reneflt of Our Evening Readers. I'ru.e of wliuat today in cents. The Legislature will adjourn March (itl). Princess Mctttlic Hoof Paint at John P. Burke's Hardware store. House for rent on Gorman street. Apply at 123, German street. Mr. Edward Ney left yesterday morning for a visit to Washington. Rev. A. S. Hamtnnck and Mr. J. I?. Pointz arrived yesterday evening on the freight. Mrs. Eugene West, <>i' this place, is visiting Mrs. ('has. .1. Manning in Brldgewater. The trial ufJohn Minor alias farter for felon\ will take plnee in the County Court today. Dr. Davis and wife, of Lacey Spring, have returned from a visit of a couple of days to Mt. Jackson. Foil Sale.—Three shares in the Dayton Harness Co. For particulars enquire ot J. S. Usher, Dayton. Ya. Kansas City secures the next Democratic National Convention, by a vote of 40 to 0 of the National ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 February 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) B V ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Rntered In the Postofflceat Harrisonburg as second-class matter 1 FRTDAY, FEBRUARY 23.1900. A GOSPEL ELEVATOR. The Bible TexlN Painted ou Jl« Sitlen Can Be Seem at h Distmoft of Twenty !Wllen. •Leslie's Weekly thus describes one, of the mi vol sights on Ihe plains of western Kansas, Iho "gospel elevator" at Lebanon. The owner, ;i prominent grain-buyer, is convinced of the lie.eel of prominent preaching, and he recently brought n, sign-pointer from iho city to decorate his huge elevator, Ihe largest building in Ihe 1 own. On : \ T - ' c'— KANSAS GOSPKIj ELEVATOR. all four sides ore painted, in guudy colors, striking Bible texts, imploring to confession and conversion. For 20 miles across Ibo prairie the big building with its shining message is plainly seen, mid it attracts the attention of all. The owner says lie will change Ihe texts from time to> time as those in use become entirely familiar. RcHPons...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 February 1900

The Evening News. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY i>3, 1900. AMAZING ADVENTURE. An Italian Woman'* Terrible Aerial Plljrht Nearly Half u. Mile \limvi- Terra Firm a. Teresa Falciola, an Italian peasant woman, met recently with an extror ilinarv adveriitiire. Near her home, in Ihe village of Quarna, which nestles in a. spacious valley, is a high and woodiii mountain, aml tlierc it. has been tier custom to go two or lliree times week for the, purposo of col leeting firewood. To bring- this wood down from the precipitious mountain to her cottage was quite an arduous task HALF A MILK AIJOVK GROUND Therefore, slio»seDt it down by means of a strong 1 metal wire, stretched from < valley up to the mountain. top. V Jew weeks rg<► ,she and her two little daughters ascended the mountain, and after gathering three goodly I.undies of wood, prepared t(» send I hem down. Just, however, as the mothe.- had fastened the first bundle io the wire, mill had launched it oil its downward ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 23 February 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING 'COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND KIP TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRIOES This Space Reserved forth B. SMOOTZ, H) 9 SPOTS UUOOD BUILiDIfiG. HONEST GOODS. MODERATE PRICES The Comer Grocery. Having just received o 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, 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-Apple«g—-Try our llotnc-nmf]e Mince Meat; Oat Meal, Pettyjohn, Germed, Cracked-Wheat, Maccaroni. Ekit Noodles and SpngKetti always In stock. All seasonable Green Groceries regularly kept on hand. Wo respectfully solicit your orders. WE STILiLt HAVE THE CflPlTflli Tf*lP COUPONS. E. W. SUbIiIVAN & CO. Cor. Oermau and West Market Sts. flaffisonbiifg Steam Itaundfy. Having assumed entire control of the S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 February 1900

Voltime 2, Number 89. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUB OWN FOLKS. tlAthered tor the liirorinatioii and lleneflt of Our Evening Renders, P rice of wheat todn.v 70 cents. Princess Motallc Hoof Paint at John P. Burke's Hard ware store. .House for rent on German street. Apply at !23, German street. * Miss Lucy Sncll, of Dayton, i* employed as a clerk in tin' Planters' Hank at Bridgewoter. For no.—ln Assembly Hall yesterday afternoon, a new pair of child's rubbers. Call nt this office. See ad. in another column of the dissolution of co-partnership of the firm of Gibbs & Heard, Elkton, Vn. Foil S.u.i". —Three sburcs in the Dayton Harness Co. For particulars enquire of J. S. Fisher, Dayton, Va. Miss Kate Neeson Compton lias been In Richmond for several weeks and will spend the rest of the winter there. Rev. 11. L. CJunrles, of Riclunoud, will begin a protracted meeting Sunday night nt the Bnptist Church in this city. The Democratic National Commit tea has appoint...

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