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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 February 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS' JIY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Bntered In the Postofflce at, Harrisonburg a« second-class matter 1 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24. lUOO. Under a state law the voters or Now York cities may dircct. the municipal authorities to erect n public bath house. Buffalo provided one In 1897 at a cose of $14,800. I t was uaod last year by 81,703 persons and its running expenses cost the city #2,370. A wash room is connected with the bath house, where bathers may wash and dry their clothing. A second public bath liousr is under construction in Buffalo, and Troy is about to establish one. A slab to the memory of Oconee Washington's ancestors is to bo removed from a church in Wiltshire. England, to tlie Smithsonian institution. Its date is lIUS and it bears n coat of arms and an inscription setting forth the virtues of Washington's grandfathers'grand parents. lii sin ad dross oil kindness to animals, l)r. Edward liverett Halo said lie is happy, because fifteen cats...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 February 1900

The Evening News. SATURDA T. FEBRUARY 24, 1900. PLEADS FOR A DOG = Kloquemt A(ta»ejr Succeeds in In* nn Irish Terrier"* I.lfe In * Chicago Conrl. The life oX Mike, an Irish terrier, was anxiously sought in .Tustlco Dooley's court at Chicago tho other day. Attorneys nigued, recited tho law and eloquently pleaded that the life o£ Mike bo spared. Other attorneys demanded ns persistently -liat Mike be immediately sentenced 1 o death, and a dozen witnesses gave testimony against the, dog. Attorney Miles Deviue pleaded ns earnestly for tlie terrier ns he would for a. human being, piled tho desk high with authorities and finally paved the beast's life. Mike was not present, but the magistrate was shown a photograph of the animal. Attorney Devine argued (liat 111 1 , I ? m ' MP 1 '" PLEADING MIKE'S CAUSE. the photograph, showed Mike to be anything but the vicious dog represented by the prosecution. "While Attorney Define championed the cause of the dor.' and pleaded for his life, Attorney T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 24 February 1900

THR HARRISONBURO MILLING COMPANY SBLL FLOUR AND FMD TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLBBALK PRIOR*. This Space Reserved, for L. B. SMOOTZ, SPOTS&QOOD 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 off or 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. —sM)ld Homestead Asparagus, Filgbman's Grated Pine-Apple-^-Try our Home-made Mlnco M<*at; Oat Meal, Pettyjohn, Germea, Cracked-Wheat, Maecaronl, Ekk Noodles and Spaghetti always In stock. All seasonable Green Groceries regularly kept on hand. We respectfully solicit your orders. WE STILiLt HAVE THE CAPITAL! TRIP COUPONS. E. CU. SUhhIVflN & CO. Cor. German and West Uarket Sts. flamsonbarg Steam Laundry. Having assume...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 February 1900

Vol time 2, Number 90. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. (lathered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening Renders. Price of wheat today 70 cents. Princess Motalic Roof Paint at John P. Burke's Hardware store. Mr. ami Mrs. IJ. Xey left Saturday for a visit to Washington. Miss Lucy Shaefl'er spent Friday and Saturday in Broadway. Mr. E. D. Root, ofStribllng sipHnss, is n visitor to town today. Messrs. T. P. Beery and N. W. Brooks spent Sunday In Staunton. House for rent on German street. Apply at !23, German street. The U. S. Courtcontinuns in session but nothing of public importance iios transpired. _ Foit Sai-e.—Three shares in the Dayton Harness Co. Forparticulars euciuire of J. S. Flsber, Dayton, Va. Miss Lottie Harper, formerly of tills place, but now residing In Roanoke, is the guest of Mrs. Ed. C. Martz. Mr. Marion Sbaeffer, having been sick for soveral weeks, returned Saturday evening from Norfolk to recuperate. Miss Mabel Slater returned to Wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 February 1900

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In tho Fostofflce at Harrisonburg a* Hecond-olass matter.l ' MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26.1900. DUG HIS OWN GRAVE. Joseph R, James, for Forty-Four Year 9 Sexton of Belleville, 111. llad Barlcil 20,000 People While He Was the Town Ornvefllßsrer—Now Mrs In the Tomb Which He Prepared Himself. According 1o the Belleville (111.) correspondent of the Chicago Tribune, Joseph B. James, of that city, in his lifetime dug over 20,000 graves and buried over 20,000 men, women and children. It was his wish that he might lie in a grave dug by his own hands. The wish was only partially realized. lie begun to dig his own grave, but was not abler to finigh it, nnd the task was completed by his son. Tie was laid in it only n few days ago. James was the sexton of Walnut Hill cemetery for 44 yearn, and was 75 years old at Lis death. lie was first appointed 10 the position in the spring of 1855. On May 10 of tlint year he dug 1 his fir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 February 1900

The Evening News, MONDAY, FEBRUARY L'O, 1900. He hail of ten expressed Ms desire that lie should be able to dig the grave in which he should lie among the thousands whom he had put away in the old graveyard, nnd about three weeks ago, when he had premonitions that he was going to be siek, taking into account his age, he considered that possibly it might be his last illness. With what strength he had left he began digging the grave which he wished to occtfpy. Before he could complete it, though, he was compelled to take to his bed. He might have recovered and been able to complete digging the grave, but he arose too soon, and in attempting to walk across the floor lie grew faint and fell, his head striking a coal bucket. In his enfeebled condition the injury hastened his death.. His funeral was attended by all the city officials in n body. The city fire bells were tolled. Hundreds of those whose relatives he had buried followed the body to the grave. James was a good deal of a philos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 26 February 1900

THK W*»Bl«OH»tfitO MILUNO COMPANY SILL FLOUR AND KIP TO OOWBUWHB AT WWOLimi MIOH.f This Space Reserved, for Li. B. SMOOTZ, SPOTSttIOOD 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 offrr 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. —«sM)ld Homestead Asparagus, Filghman's Grated Pine-Applet — Try our Home-made Mince Meat; Oat Meal, Pettyjohn, Gormen, Cracked-Wheat, Maccaronl. Ekv Noodles and SpnKicetti always in stock. All seasonable Greeu Groceries regularly kept on hand. We respectfully solicit your orders. WE STIliLt HAVE THE CAPITAL* COUPONS. E. W. SUkUlVflfl & CO. Cor. German and West Market Sts. flarrisonbarg steam Itaandry. Saving assumed entire control of the St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 February 1900

Volume 2, Number 91. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. fathered lor the Information mid Reneflt oi' Our Evening Reader*. Price of wheat today 70 cents Princess Metalic Roof Paint, at John P. Burke's Hard ware store. St. Patrick's day next—March 17 Mr. T. J. Williamson went to New Market yesterday afternoon. Mrs. B. Ney returned last night from a visit to Washington. House for rent on Gorman street Apply at 123, German street. Mr. Edward Ney returned last night from a week's visit t#i Washington. Miss Gussle x witzer, of Staunton, arrived Monday tin n visit to Mies Selina Hollander. Miss Wllllette Eastham, of Keezletown, left yesterday afternoon over the B. & O. for Richmond. For Sai.e.—Three shares in the Dayton Harness Co. For particulars enquire of J. S. l'isher, Dayton. Vn. A summer school of methods is to he held in Roanoke thisyenr and one thousand foneherK are exported to attend. Mkating was verj f?ood yesterday und the hoys took advantage ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 February 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DATLY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS B7 BOB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered la the Postomce at Harrisonburg a-second-class matter 1 1 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. IHOO. MARRIED MAN'S WISDOM. la a Buret of Confluence He Explalaa Bow He Han Won the Con. fldeace of His Wife. "Speaking of presents," said the man with the new purple satin muffler dotted with gold fleur de lis around his neck, in the presence of a Chicago Tribune reporter, "I give my wife the same thing every year and she never makes a growl." "B-z-z-z," burred the clever boy in the corner under his breath: but the other went on: "I got on to the dodge in the old eourting days, and it's never failed yet. MAKING A KAIR EXCHANGE. You see, she's got awfullv pretty feet —not small, but high instep nnd all that sort of thing—and it was during the "Trilby" ernzr. So I blew myself for slippers, assorted eolors and styles. There were black patent leathers, and red satin ones with Louis Quinze heels, and Jappy affairs in quilted satin ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 February 1900

The Evening News. TP ESI) A r, FEBRUARY 27. 1900. HER EYE QUIVERED. Woman Thought Dead Makes Life Known oa Embalming Table. Awakens from a Trance, Realises iler Terrible Peril and Signals Barely in Time to Escape n Most Virful Pftte. From East St. Louis, 111., is reported tbis agonizing story of Mrs. Christiana Hirth who awoke from a tranco in the "dcadrcom" of tie county hospital the other day. Only by a slight motion of her eyelids was she able (o make life manifest to the undertaker, who was busy embalming 1 her. This faint quiver was sufficient to throw a weight from her eye, and thereby saved her from death by embalming fluid, or, escaping that, by premature burial. Mrs. Hirth is 53 years old, and foxthree months has been suffering from a complication of ailments which have greatly weakened her. The other night it. was expected that sho would die nnd her husband remained at her bedside all night. Next morning' slie grew much weaker and with a deep sigh seemingly expired. The do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 27 February 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND FEED TO CONBUMERB AT WHOLESALE PRICES. This Space Reserved, for I*. B. SMOOTZ, ID:r?-0-£^^±s'b, SPOTSOIOOD 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. 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. —£M)ld Homestead Asparagus, Filghman's Grated PiQe-Apple43»— Try our Homo-mode Mince Meat; Oat Meal, Pettyjohn, UermPa, Cracked-Wheat, Muccaroni, EttK Noodles and SpHKitetti nlwny# in stock. All sensonable Green Groceries rcstularly kept on hand. We respectfully solicit your orders. WE STILiLt HAVE THE CAPITAL* Tf*lP COUPONS. E. W. SUIiUIVAfI & CO. Cor. German and West Market Sts. flamsoohFg steam Laundry. Having assume...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 28 February 1900

Volume 2, Number 92. HARRISONBURG-, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered lor the information and Benefit oi' Our Evening Readers. Price of wheat today 70 cents. Princess Metalic I'.oof Paint at John P. Burue's Hard ware store. Home or the schools will close this year hy March 20. Mr. 8. B. McFull went to St nun toil yesterday afternoon. Dr. W. .1. Points went to Wincbes- ter Tuesday evening. Mr. John Rellly spent Sunday with friends in Woodstock. Mr. T. .1. Williamson returned last night from New Market. Preaching at Bethlehem Church next Sunday ai 11 u. in. House for ri*nt on German street. Apply at 123, German street. " Mr. & Mrs. J.N Liggett went to Stauuton Monday anil returned yesterday. Mr. W. F. Berry spent yesterday in Stephens City und Winchester, and returned on the Southern. Price Llneweaver returned yesterday from Staunton, where he had beeu visiting for a few days. How about the wisdom of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 28 February 1900

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY iEXUEHT SUNDAYS / HY ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered (u the PoiUißlc.- at Harrlsunbura »t---second-clas* matter 1 WEDNESUA Y, FEIiRUARY 28 H>oo BOOKS AND AUTHORS The late archbishop of Canterbury thought Dickens "vulgar." Pope Leo will live in literature as a writer of Latin verse. His holiness Is ftaid, notwithstanding his many cares and burdens of old age and delicate health, to turn to this form of composition as a recreation. The books annually produced now number about 76,C00, according to re-cently-compiled statistics, and are in part divided as follows: Germany, "4,000; France, 13, COO; Sweden, 9,000; Great Britain, 7,000, and the United States, 5,000. Herbert Spencer, according to tlie Ladies' Home Journal, has all his life declined, on principle, all offers of honorary degrees, titles and decorations from universities and governments. When they have been conferred without bis assent ho has ignored them. His first notable book was publis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 28 February 1900

The Evening News. WEDNESI'A Y FEHRCARY2B. MOO BBAVE TEXAS MAID. She Led a Rescuing Party and Killed the Indian Chief. Bow Pretty Nettle MoWUlliau Woo (he Admiration of the Cattlemen and Cowboys of tlie Southwestern Plain*. C'apt. "Jim" McWilliams, one of the wealthiest ranchers and cattlemen in the Panhandle of Texas, lia3 a daughter, Miss Nettie, who is the pride of the whole country between the Itio Blanca and the Canadian. When Miss Nettie was about 19 years old she was at home one day when a band of 20 Apaches made a descent on the outlying ranchers. There were only three men on the place at the time, McWilliams and the rest of his employes being away with a drove of cattle. The Apaches came down on the ranch with savage j ells, tiring their guns at the windows nnd doors, expecting to frighten the garrison into submission without a light; but Nettie McWilliams and her three men killed three of them and drove the rest out of gunshot of the building without having received a scrat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 28 February 1900

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND PEED TO CONSUMERS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. This Space Reserved, for Im. b. smootz, ID3?-ix^a^±s-fc, SPOTSmOOD BUlLiDlfiG. HONEST GOODS. MODERATE PRICES. The Corner Grocery, Having just received a large additional shipment of Tanned 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-parked Tomatoes, Maine Corn, Sifted Peas, French and American Soups, Deviled Crabs and Clam Chowder are the best. —SfOld Homestead Asparagus, Filgbman's Grated Pine-Applet-Try our Home-made Mince Meat; o>it Meal. Pettyjohn, Cracked-Wheat, Macearoni. Enir Noodle* mid Spajrjretti always in Mtoek. All seasonable Green Groceries retro la rly kept ou hand. We respectfully solicit your orders. WE STILili HAVE THE CAPITALt TRIP COUPONS. E. ttl. SUULiIVAH & CO. Cor. German and West Market Sts. Harrisonburg Steam Itaandry. Having a...

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

Volume 2, Number 93. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OTIE OWN FOLKS. (lathered for the Informal ion and Benefit ol' Onr Evening Readers, f'rico of when.t today To cents. Princess Met alio Coot Paint at John P. Burke's Hardware store. l>r. L. X. Harris returned to New Hope Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. .1 nines Sheehy leturned yesterday from a. visit to Staunton. Mr. .lames E. Holier arrived yesterday afternoon on the Southern. House for rent tin German street Apply nt 123, German street. Wanted, bright, industrious young man to learn the drug business. 1. Paxil Fletcher. Shenandoah ('ounty farmers veiia determined to hold a farmers institute at Woodstock on the l.'.th of March. .Mr. J. ('. Savage has commenced" work on tlie foundation of the building, which he will build on East Water street. Messrs. A. K. Koßenberger and V. 11. Ford, 04 Luray, went to Staunton this morning and will return this afternoon. Mr. Bernard Bloom went to New York ytsterday to buy stock f...

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

The Evening News, PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT STTNDAYS) BY ROBT B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofflce at Harrisonburg a*» second-class matter.! THURSDAY, MARCH 7. 1000. IN OTHER LANDS THAN OURS. Ninety thousand men in the British army have good-conduct badges. One-third of tho recruits of the English army enlist' in T/onclon. ivnd. J)ub- . Im. Twenty-live women Jiavc been hanged in England during Queen. S ictorla's reign. Olio year's sweepings of tho British mint yielded over $5,000 in, particles of gold and silver. British correspondence with the United States last year was 41,000,000 letters, against G0,000,000 witii Europe. A Suffolk gentleman has sent to the Suffolk hospital £lOO saved in 32 years by traveling third instead of Jirstclass. French parents possessing seven or more children have certain exemptions from taxation. In France tliere are 150,000 families so exempted. Sinco tho establishment, of the postal order system in England, the sum of $1,49:2,643,000 has been remitted I...

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

The Evening News. THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1900. ADHESIVE STAMPS. Mar Br Cut from t'naaed Knrrlnpr* «in«l Sired for Further I'm. "Wait until 1 hare washed off the postage stamp on this envelope, spoiled in the addressing 1 ," said a mrtn tn n Washington Star representative. "It is not necessary to do that, as is commonly supposed,said n lawyer. "You may take your scissors and cut. out the adhesive (not the impressed) stamp and stick it fast to your new envelope with mucilage, notwithstanding the adhering- piece of Ilio. old envelope. "It docs not look nice, and may become detached in the mail, but if the stamp is a genuine, unused, adhesive stamp it is not questioned. The government, when it sells an adhesive twocent stamp, undertakes for such consideration to transport and deliver to destination tha letter to which it is af- fixed. The fact that i t has a piece of an envelope to which it was formely attached, but not used or deposited for mailing-, does not relieve the government to exec...

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

THE HARRISONBURG MILLING COMPANY SELL FLOUR AND PEED TO OONSUMERB AT WHOLESALE PRICES. This ©pace Reserved, for I*. B. SMOOTZ, SPOTSaIOOD BUILtDIJiG. HONEST GOODS. MODERATE PRICES The Corner Grocery. Having just received a. large 'additional shipment oi' 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 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, Egg Noodles and Spaggettl always in stock. All seasonable Green Groceries regularly kept on hand. We respectfully solicit your orders. WE STllilt HRtfE THE CAPITAL; COUPONS. E. Ul. SUlilllVfltf & CO. Cor. German and West Market Sts. Harrisonburg Steam Itaunclfy. Having assumed entire control of the St...

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

Volume 2, Number 94. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. .LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Watlicrcd l'or the Information and Qcnclit of Our Evening Readers, Shad arc running high. t'rice of wheat today TO cents. Princess Metnlic Roof Paint at John P. Burke's Hard ware store. Mr. and Mrs. Joo N'ev went to Baltimore yesterday. John T. Harris, jr., loft lor Washington this morning. "Wanted, bright,industrious young man to learn the drug business. 1. Paul Fletcher. Miss Alice L. lienkle. of Basle City, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. -Joseph H. Xave at Broadway. Pendleton Bryan, Eu<j., of this place, is visiting at Mr. Geo. A. Moffett's near New Market. Mr. Win. Weaver, of Lnecy Spring, has moved to a new location about one milo north of Now Market. Mrs. Frank J. Manning, of Charlestown, \V, Va., arrived yesterday on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Eugene Went. Mr. Albert Loewenbach and family, of Mt. Sidney, arrived yesterday afternoon to visit his father Mr. J. A. Lowcnbach. E. J. Sullivan...

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