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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 July 1893

HIGHLAND RECORDER NO. .51 VOL. VI. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA, JULY 21, 1893. -arr-.il I m mTTri T 1 TH PEOPLE AND EV-NT. TheGurse of the More? lands. J3Y LEON L3SWI9. CnAPTEn lV.-fContmued.) This farewell review consumed but a lew minutes, and the couple then made their final preparations for departure. Tho pcrtmahtonu they had packed was conveyed to the side porch, and all the lights within the dwelling were extin? guished, save that of th? lantern, with which they proposed to light their de? parture. "Havo you taken your revolver, .lessie?'- asked Mrs. Moreland, as sho halted. at the dcor, to make a last thoughtful survey of her surroundings, nnd assm-o herself that she was leaving everything as it should be and had for vsottcn, nothing she desired to take with he*;'. "Yes, mother; hate you? "Certainly. I feel wi. fer with it, in view of the many tough and lawless characters one ls likely to meeton the lake vul all along the shore." "Then let's bc of!!" They passed out, the mo...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 July 1893

Highland Recorder. Terms: $1.50 a Yea in Advance. Issued every J-Vislay evening by W. II. Matknj, E2 D ITOR ClaXXdL PUBLISHER. Entered at the Monterey postofPre a.? second class matter. Montcrey.Va.. Friday, July 21, 1893 That same old war-cloud. War talk is again heard in Wash in e;ton and, as usual, the rival of? ficers are hoping that there may be something in it. lt is not compli? mentary to the British government, which is pledged by formal treaty to abide by the decision of the ar? bitrators in the Behering Sea dis? pute, that so many people should be willing to believe that the mass? ing of warships and the troops in the Pacific indicates a disposition to dispute by force the decision of the arbitrators, should it be against En? gland, aa it is generally believed it will be, but the British goyern ment has upon more than one occa? sion in the past displayed some very tjueer ideas of the meaning of in? ternational honor. It has been suggested that the talk about the English go...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 July 1893

Highland Recorder, Advertising Rates. Local notices at 10c per line for first inser? tion, and 5c per linc for each subsequent in? sertion. Transient advertisements tnt-trted nt the rate of $1 per inch for first isserdon and 50c for each subsequent I?Slea, AU advertisements for a aborter period t-an three months considered transient. Rates tor three months and over are ns rbttows: 3 mos. 6 ww. 1 yr. One inch.I $3-00 |SOO f SOO Two inches. SOO n Ok 13 HO Three inches. 7 OO 12-O0 -_8 OO Four raches. 10 OO 15 OO ? rs* on Pive inches.. 12 OO -OOO tux trna Quarter coi . IS OO 28 00 -404H) Half column.j 20 OO 38 ?? G* OO One column.\ 40 OO 50 OO l-OO 00 E_r*-The above rates will be strictly ad? hered to. OFFICIAL PI RECTORY. Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?Hou. "Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Ya. County Judge.?Bon. C. R. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and Gotmty Clerk.?J. C. Ma? theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. H. Stephenson. Monterey, Va. Sheriff.?E. M. Arbogast Montere...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 July 1893

THE TIME TO LAUGH. tt Is Certainly Not When s Boy'* Father Has Uren Kicked by a Coll. As a mauea' of fact a boy never should laugh at his father until he Utac boy) is 18 years of age, at least. Earlier than that it'is not site. A boy over near thc university has for several evenincs stood up to eat his meals, and all because he neglected the above rule of conduct. His father takes great pride in thc Ham? bleton ian colt he ls raising. The old man fairly delights' in pottering around the stable, and he can hardly wait until thit colt ls 4 years old and trots a mile to harness in 2:05J, ns it surely will. The other morning Vie pater was fussing around in an old silk hat and equally venerable ^eat coat, pitchfork in hand, and ?vhile he was walking about thecolt's Heels the boy gave the animal its feed. The Colt does not allow any fa? miliarities wh le feeding, and when the old man, in a stooping position, backed up against him, the' colt lashed out with hoth feet. Thc man stood so near...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 July 1893

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 28, 1893. NO. 35 .- -I nonflrms all tho mu of Baldefcopef ruc! Yoe -OR The Curse of the More? lands. DY LEON LEWIS. CHAPTER VI. -iC'onhnned.) "You'll excuse mo. I am sure, Mr, Moreland," resumed the host, as ho filled the glass of his guest a seonnd time, "for asking you to my table without having had the honor of a previous acquaint? ance." "No excuses are necessary, my dear Bir," returned Radd. beginning to feel a little more at his ease, although a tremor still shook him every time his gaze en? countered t'uo sleek Hindoo hovering behind the master's chair. "I?I am. delighted to make your acquaintance, fir:" "Then permit me to ring at once for our supper," said the host, touching a silver-toned bell placed near him. "For my part. I am impatient to do lt justice. Tippoo!" , The Hindoo hastened to open the kitchen door, at a nod from his master, when a tall and robust Uengalese woman came into the dining-room, bearing ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 July 1893

<PMMSM--?eM---?? HlGHLAND Kj-COKDEK, Terms: $1.50 a Yea is Advance. Issued every FjrW '? averting by _ _> ITOR IBR. W. H. Maltai, ',?._?_ Entered at the Monterey postoiPff as second class ms Uer. Monterey.Va.. Friday, July 29, 1893 EPITORIAL COMMENT. Keep the Profit at home. This season, the oft adyanccd theory^ that to grow sufficient grain for howe consumption, in connection with eattle^raising was the propper thing to do has teen put to a practical test. Highland will this year, be almost if not entirely self sustaining so far as applies t, pur ''daily bread." Pleusiug as .this may prove, and aside from the satisfaction it brings, we can go farther and yery easily see where other advantages must accrue fiom {having oar principal means of sus? tenance within the county- the profits from other products, instead of being exchanged for flour, can be turned into cash, and kept at Jiome, the day labourer would re? ceive his wages promptly wherewith to buy the necesitiesof life in...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 July 1893

Highland Recorder. Advertising Rates. Local notices at 10c per line for first Inser- ! ..Mon, and 5c per line for each subsequent in? sertion. Transient advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 per inch for first insertion and 50c for each subsequent insertion. All advertisements for a shorter period than three months considered transient. Rates for three mouths and over are as follows: 3 mais. 6 mos. 1 yr. (One inch.I $ 3 oo ! $ 5 oo Two inches.| 5 00 | 8 00 Three inches.I 7 00 12 OO Four inches. 10 00 | 15 OO Five inches.| 12 00 I 20 00 Quarter co'. .. .. j 15 00 | 28 IK) Waif column.| 20 00 | 38 00 Ohc column.| 40 00 | 50 00 $ 8 00 12 OO 18 00 20 00 30 00 4-0 OO 50 00 100 00 f__r-The above rates will be strictly ad? hered to. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge IStib judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge,?Hon. C. lt. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J.C. Ma? theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. H. ?Stephenson. Monterey, Va....

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 July 1893

5u*ces* In _.!>. 'If we expect to succeed in life we must make up our mind ti work hard. We must m>t let it be our no? tion o' a fine lady or gentleman to do nothing. The idle life is a miserable life: it i-3 bound to be so. God ha promised many a blessing to indus? try; He has promised none to indo? lence. God Himself works, and He wants His children to work. "The second thing that tends di? rectly to success in life is a distinct aim. A man may run very hard in a race: the perspiration may stream from his brow, and every muscle bc strained; but if he is not running in a right direction, if he is running away from the goal, .ill tv-, activity will not help him. So industrious habits are not sufficient, unless wc have a distinct idea of what we are aiming at. The world is full of pur? poseless people, and such people come to nothing. "The third essential to success In life is moral character, in Its various elements of honesty, truthfulness, steadiness, temperance. 'Honesty is...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 August 1893

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vi. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 4, 1893. NO. 36, -OK?? The Curse of the M. louds. p BY LEON LEWIS. tHAPTER VIII. GNVS RILLINGTON. REATLY to his joy and i-elfef, Radd Moreland, A n awakening ?.?arly the follow? ing morning, found himsnlf en? tirely emancipat? ed from the "phantoms" which had dis? turbed his latest waking thoughts, and this joy took definite shape after he had made 1 thorough survey of t he premises without discovering any traces of an intrusion. His first proceeding after breakfast was to replace the glass he had broken and nail up the three signs he had sup? pressed and thou he decided to saunter to town and boldly ask for his sister-in law's mail. To his intense satisfaction, he secured _ letter and a parcel ol newspapers, all bearing the postmark ol Calen itu "They're from Colonel Ridley, nc doubt:" was thc mental ejaculation with which he set about retracing his st"ps tr. The Elms. "I wonder what they con? tain?" Ho found upon cl...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 August 1893

^i '^wiwff^is^w ^Sm^^1^^^' tf^m^. o^-.o^?.*^ I?|AApm%. MVNemMkgfi ^?ida^.sJ'ening.bx "^g*,vfc?*u* a*. Ur., \Sroni~-rey panUrffc^ a* ? .' '*? s^coudfCl^rnater,. .,.?? ^-^r^V^,. $riday, Augoutr 4- 1J08 tl-'?OPI AL COMM Eh T. t'Tiro'l ' President Cleveland, all his eat* ijiet> $pqakqr Crisp agj) most of t. ^ me^^r&olj Congress \yill raturn to W.^i^l-oa i^is wecka^rejiart^i t<) grapple witli tah*; most settees con Jih'on of affairs ii?;s counary ha* ^now.n,i)r years, and that democrat? ic si^atesmanoiiip and wisdom will find a. way out that will be safe, if it <Joes not at first meet with, the ap., proyal of everybody, is as certain as that@Qngress will/meet irart Mon? day. Ifc is par-iicularly noticable that this is tye. predominating sen? timent)'among democratic Congress' men already in Washington. How? ever wjde apart they may new be they are ali' certain that some way t^ilf be found for getting together In ybe, e,nd;. Among the compromises already suggested is one that...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 August 1893

fwo inches hu-c inches Pour inches. Five inches.. 'Quarter cot Half column One column. $ 5 oo 8 OO 12 00 15 00 20 00 2S 00 $ - 00 12 00 18 OO 20 00 30 00 40 00 50 00 100 00 AtWVM _ ?? Jfti Ll LP I. J Ul in i [LAND &ECOKDEB. lt0?fi} notices at 10c per line for, flint inser? tion, and 5c per line for ajaeh suttetquent in? sertion. Transient advwti-*-;n*eiitt* inserted at the rate of $1 per inch f?r.first jnsjfUion and 50c for each subscupCnt ins*ertja)*i; All 'advertisements for a snorter .period .than three months considered transient. Patcjr for three months and over are as follows: 3 moa. 6 mos. 1 yr One inch.) $ 3 00 5 00 7 00 10 00 12 00 15 00 20 00 | 38 00 40 00 | 50 00 Si*t~The above rates will be strictly ad ^aUPd tv- _____ Official directory. ,7ud<*-e 13th judicial Circuit.?Hqp. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Ya. County Judge.?Hon. C. It. Alcuan nald, Warm Spring-, Va. - I Cirqu.it and County Clerk.?J. C. Ala tkqny, Monterey, Va. ?j^ttornev for Commonwealth.?L. H. Stephens...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 August 1893

OIL OF PEPPERMINT. More Than Half tho World's Troduct Comes from Mlrhlga-i. More than one half of all the oil of peppermint, spearmint, and tans-f? used in the world is said to bo pro? cured and distilled in Michigan, says the New York Post. The center of the industry is St. Joseph County. Peppermint plants fr"T>^e we'ght of 15,000 tons when dried iir^^i^vated every year in the State. From trie the essential oils are distilled. Early in spring the roots are planted in fur rows fruin two to three feet apart. In a day a good workman will plant an ucre with them. A few weeks later the rows meet and cover i;he entire ground. In September the plants mature. They are covered wiih fragrant purple blossoms and the Mme has arrived for raowirp. After lyinsj in the sun to dry they are raked into heaps and taken to th3 distilleries, of which there are about 150 iii the State. It is estimated that 350 pounds of dried peppermint plants produce one pound cf oil. The yield per acre is Iii pounds...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 August 1893

RECORDER vol. vi. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST ll, 1893 NO. 37. A TERRIBLE SECRET -OR The Curse of the More? lands. by l:son lewis*. CHAPTEK IX.-t-Coii?nued.) "Aro you quito sure all tho people who toltol ia tho yacht with you from Cal teilta ana dead?" he asked quiotly. '?(iuite sure, sir, or they would have >nrned up during tay stay at Capo Town:-' "That don't follow 07 any means," de? bared Kadd. "Any ono of the men In Hie yacht, if sa--ed, may have kept in '.hi* bucktrrouird purposely, with the ia? 's ntiou of watching you in secret and Seeing what you would do!" The suggestion made Hillington so ?iii','<*-ururtaiblo that he could not help moving uneasily in his chair. ''Did only your companions about the yacht know thu you were bound for Thc Elms?" continued Radd. "\o, sir. Xoone save Colonel Ridley. He of course had convened with me freely about everything here. He has even spoken "1 mo about you," and the speaker ventured to ?mlle a little queer? ly. "As you h...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 August 1893

IGHLAXD HECOKDEK. Terms: $1.50 a Yea in Advance. Issued every Fridav evening bv Lil. I EDITOR ? PTTBI.1SHLR. |tered at the Monterey postolPce as second class matter. [onterey.Ya.. Friday, August 4,18D3 EDITORIAL COMMENT. ?'..'? .. Treasury officials say the scarci of small bills which is now pre liling is no fault of t heir.--, as they ive plenty of small notes and ladly furnish thom to hanks |hich apply for them in exchange >r notes of larger denomination. Congressman speaking of this, rid-''There seems to le a screw >ose somewhere, when business len of New York pay a premium get small notes when by seud jg to Washington, only six hours way, they could get all they need without paying anything. This latter ought to be looked into." The administration proposes to o its part in helping the National lanks'to increase their circulation, md the bureau of Engraving and Anting is now working extra ime printing small notes to supply he demand expected to be made by ;he bank. SILVER B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 August 1893

yal ? nm iniiii ??siNnanu min. nm iii JliGIILAND llECOKDEK. } [ - __J_. Advertising Rates. Local notices at lOe per line for first inser? tion, and 5c per line for each subsequent in eertion. Transient advertisements inserted nt the rate of $1 per inch for first insertion and SOC for each subsequent insertion. All advertisements for tx shorter -period than three months considered transient. Kates /or three months and over are as follows : 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 vr. $ 8 00 8 00 12 00 12 00 18 00 15 00 20 00 20 00 30 00 28 00 40 00 38 00 50 00 50 00 100 00 One inch.| $ 3 00 | $ 5 00 Two inches.| 5 00 Three inches.| 7 00 Tour inches.| 10 00 Five inches.| 12 00 (Juarter col . Half column. One column.. 15 00 20 00 40 00 21-3-Thc above rates will bc strictly ad? hered to. OFFICIAL DIRECTOR Y. Judge 18th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. 0. li. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. .Ma? theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 August 1893

GREAT DATES IN MUSIC. 1795. Der Kopf ohne Mnnn, Woelfl'e greatest opera, oorfornied in Vienna. 1795. The Conservatoire de Musique established at Paris by the republic. 1795. Cata'ani, soprano, made her debut in Venice as Loduiska. 17H5. Haydn's last symphony written and performed in Vienna. 1795. Erard's improvoi hurp3, with Btops, first patento1 in Franco and Eng* land. 1796. Spotini's first opera, I Puntigll, performed at Home with great success. 179$. Tho i reati n performed in the presence of Haydn in Wenna. 1799. The Abbe \ogter brought out "Choral System," one of the earliest comprehensive works on harmony. 1800. Upright pianos first suggested by Isaac Hawkins. Patented 180/. 1801. Tho Seasons, Haydn's last ora? torio, performed. The labor of writing lt hastened his dea'h. 11-ttU. Beethoven's Sinfonia Erolca written and dedicated to Napoleon Bo? naparte. 180;). Peethoven's Mount of Olives finished and prcsen'od at vienna. lhOo. Schubert's songs began, at ago of 8. In al! he co...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 August 1893

RECORDER VOL. VI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 18, 1893. NO. 33. ____.-_. t voun_ mn n's room. They did not go in, but AMONG THE SIERRAS, rv edwabd c. A_i_VRE05. Thc fat-'e vii .cl- andclrcJonby, Dip., in bia wild career, Tl..*:, i (-i-f ri, where tall peaks t< u?h thc sky, Darts down Borne chasm drear. Or, from bis uc-iir- loudly scream?, Defiance In his eye \ monarch ot tbe upper rie?p. Through Bil the pathless s'.-y. Thi river, In its winding way, Ucelstlesa, deep and strong, on tbe same, through night and day. While ages roll along. Th -.rand old mountains gleam and shine With everlasting snow; Beneath, among lb.- dark still pine, The breezes come and go. The moon, Ju-rt o'er that frowning crest, ? Looks down wieth tender light, 'ti ooah to ? ateb till break of morn And fold tho wings of night. And every star reveals a truth O'er all ibis world of strife, Bright plc m?-fhopa that lead the soul Vp ta n purer life. GrxtV words are in each whispering breeze Thai coola ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 August 1893

Highland Recokden. li. ? Ja. Terms: $1.50 a Yea in Advance. - Iv--.ia Issued every Friday r~*t?inK 'iv EDT'TOB s uhr W. H. Matheny, ESS Entered at the Monterey p-^tofrVc a? second class matter. Monterey .Va.. Friday, August 18,1893 EDITORIAL COMMENT. The democratic leaders of the House proved themselves equal to the occasion, and broke tho record for a new Congress hy getting to ?work on the silver question on the fifth day of the session. They also ?disappointed the republicans who were cocked and primed to arraign the democrats at the bar of public opinion on the charge of ii t-ntion al procrastination. The republi? cans have been so surprised nt, the ease with which tho democrats reached an agreement to Uko up the silver question, in advance of the appointment of committees, discuss it fourteen days and then vote upon the bill *or tho repeal of the purchasing c ause of the Sher? man law anil amendments thereto for the free coinage of silver at a ratio of 10, 17, 18, 19, 20 to one...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 August 1893

Highland Recokdek. Advertising Rales. Local notices at 10c per linc for first inser? tion, and 5c per linc for c;ich subsequent in? sertion. Transient ftdre*rtlsementS inserteal at the rate of (1 per inch for first insertion 'fend 50c for each subsequent insertion. All advertisements for a shorter period than ithcee months considered transient. Rates for three months and over arc as follows: 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 yr. Qnc inch.I $ 3 00 | $ 5 00 Two inches.I 5 00 8 00 Three inches. 7 00 12 00 Poor inches. 10 00 15 00 Five inches. 12 00 20 00 Quarter coi .. .. 15 00 28 00 Half column. 20 00 28 00 Oae column. 40 00 50 00 CsgrThe above rates will be strictly ad hered to. $ 8 00 12 00 18 00 20 00 30 00 40 00 50 00 100 00 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. C. R. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J, C. Ma? theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. II. Stephenson. Monterey, Va. Sheriff.?E. M. Arboga...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 August 1893

SOME SANITARY ASPECTS OF BREAD MA Kl M.. BY CYRUS BOSON, M. p., Health Commissioner, Ne-.s- York a'itv. . It is necessary, if one would un I ii nta?d tho sanitary aspects of bread mating, tu fully comprehend the pres? ent theory hold by scientists oi' ger mi and the part played by them in dis. i i ?. The theory ol' disease germs is mar ely the name given to tha knowledge had of those germs by medical men, a knowl-! edge which is the result of inuum ira- j We experiments. Being this, the old] term of a "theory" Ins become a mis? nomer. A germ of a disease is a plan , | bo small that I do not know how to ex- j press intelligibly to the general reader j its lack of size. When this germ is in- j troduced into the blood or tissit3s of \ the body, its action appears t > be an- ; alogous to that whioh takes plaee wh in yeast is added to .dough. It al certain elements of the blood or tissu ?, and destroys them, at the same time producing new rabsfcanees. "disease amu s roma) theib But th...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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