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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 March 1901

ii aa H|**J? . ;HlGl?LAM> ReCKODEK JLpCAl M*.W8. TEKKUVAL i ! Brief ltc*ni' of lui el* < >??*.'*'' -fumej Vnilis Aha mt 1 ii*;: Ta .ends And ^C^naintanoes. ? riama '.'!ri\?T ?i*ii Timothy seed ?just received ni lii.-l.op's. ^ Just received nt L. A^Orndorff's a nice noe of bueeo'.-> Hind gla*** wan*. Mr. and Mrs. .**? Vi. C*riimm*eH j r?'hiri-*.??i from lia! 1: more .Yadna* Viav evening. To make rai >m for a new stock I h*. vt gorae ??;<>: mu.y 1 will -eil at reduced j lieus for cash. L A On.d.nfl. Mr. ant Mrs. A 0 SuaWaivth have been ^pgliV sick Hun week. Also Mr ans1. Mrs. NV. A. Bifesa*.*. are on Uie Kick lisl Plows and plow roastings a. Bish? op's. Best maltee ss veli ns the cheap ones. Impc-i il. 0!iv?r, Brad lev, Farmer's Iriend ftc. Northern monet will stK*n starl n woolen mill al ..shiv ijii-v, and a lviiit-.il**..*' null aS *J>,aunh n. The 'two will require 11* ?> h.--:.'.. A m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 March 1901

Mrs.Pinkham Saved me frommftphration." Hospitals in our Lv*"*mt cities are sad places to visit. Th. ee-fourths of the patients lying on those snow-white beds are women ard girls. Why should this be the case ? Because they have neglected themselves. Every one of these patients in the hospital beds had plenty of warning in that bearing-down feeling, pain at the left or I right of the womb, nervous exhaustion, pain in the small of the back. All of these things are indications cf an unhealthy condition of the ovaries or womb. What a terrifying thought! these poor souls are lying there on those hospital beds awaiting a fearful operation. Do not drag along at home or in your place of employ? ment until you are obliged to go to the hospital and submit to an examination and possible operation. Build up the female system, cure the derangements which have signified them? selves by danger signals, and remember that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved tnousands of women from the hos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 March 1901

\ HIGHLAND - CORDER VafiT VVTTT MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MARCH 22,1901. NO. 12. CEN. HARRISON BURIED. | President McKinley at the Grave ol j - tbs Ex-president. ! tio THOUSANDS SEE FUNERAL CORTEf E. 1)0: rel He Hvsorary Pallbearers Include Members ol the Cabinet of U?n. Narr'sou When Prcsl* bo dent'-Janies Wl.iifo nb Riley an Active Pall" pis bearer-An impressive Scene in the First (1*. Presbyterian Church. I p, -' let Indianapolis (Special).?Surrounded ihe by fully l&oop ol his- fellow-citizens the j body oi Benjamin Harrison was Sun- '. ce: dav afternoon buried in the family lot I D iii,Crown Hill Cemetery. Sc Close by the grave were the members ot his family. President McKinley and j ch other visitors oi distinction, and the j tb (nor** intimate friends of General Har j Jc moa. Back a distance of 50 yards, be- | bind ropes guarded zealously by a large re force of police, stood with uncovered 1 in heads a great multitude who did not | Ci know him so well as thos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 March 1901

1 fn*aiI.LANl> LiECOKDEK. .:::.-, A*1, tida Yearin Advance. I ssjt.i eYcr- Friday tvtrin^hv M v. ii. v/i.-- TX3^r3?*nr, - _;'i;j2**. .*.>*=> rr-r!r.".ci:x:3s. J ??plas'', *t the Monterey postoffice si ?' '? s*K>on I cia***- matter, ? lOMewy, Va., -rMay.Mar. 51, 100J. J1 i \ pavings Runl Established, ?\ w sir I liv ? nd ii'. table ?',: arl nra*, ?? i from Ihe w? ll beat* ii [?ul hs ul l-l h.ii:1*.n\u bu in eas ha-* 1 -t'ii Nikon tl.i- t uisi unison 1 bunks ol ' inri i | M h1>uric. which is the ??! ? * - i > * -' ' ' j " sn*, ings departments in puen, j j Arnot,nt.. no matter how sinai his* rec* iyed i i H place*, lo lin? fred- ;.. it iii' tlie depositor, aud when I Mini deposited i nebea **-'?>. (? r cd it is ;i tims- deposit) il hccousi ? ! ' ilitere* t bs lari UK and fur the tis*? < ' ir LLe ban!;** pay 3 per cen I per an- i ii rv...*m, payable i vs ry nix nu nth**.. '?? This we s-i.i, id?*r lib...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 March 1901

z. t^?l*Wa?lnJ*aa.i iMf , t.vmmmmmiummmt^mmmmmm HlGHLAKD RlXHOiVEJl j R jin? i-WVi i-liiiil foll. LOCAL NEWS, rn^OAL prleflteiRKcl :.*:? :??'*...<. 1'* r* jl^l Folbl Alu v* '? .*e:* *: r.Hii A lid A ennis v..'. (? Mr. RI M ?.!-?? vs Week tw miii. ?noan Hover ?;'. ' ',;: *|USt rcs-eivt'd ..- lilt'' r* Dr. Siron uno vV 1.1 McDows.'- ?yere ni '? . Miss Muir ie ? ? !?!.? vi.-itinj; he*/ Binti itir Mr. Ste vs- Hitit. m vi.-iiii.--* in- i'"" '?'?'?? >?? -Wliile Rabvi'." *> 40 colors foi ?-? ai L o: ? er | ? ii. ??? V. n , pw, rr re* IM 11 r ll'l i si w ? ne; I ?'?'J ? n Mr. W \. i*"*;-.;.: jlnlch on bi*** ^...*?-. >?u -*> bp**u Street. Seventeen mein' ?? r? 'if Hat* 5-. Ct ingress have ?.'.' ' -.- ir wu? *??? veiis'd. A street l.?r.ii< a* '' ?? Pn -' vtrri! church. Now ILai'*? ; ?i ??: ,.;e melit. Mr. El B-v.M- , ? ,?. ?';... was up Mondav i'o. '?'.? ?" A plies. Mr. (J IWChev, u. ? '..yteo maiie a busiuess liip io is .%.. r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 March 1901

OH! FOR STRENGTH! Weak Nerves, Tired, Exhausted Bodies. Tie Complain of Thousands opon ls. Health and Strength are Within Your Grasp. Cr. Greene's Nervura Makes You Strong and Weil. It is tho Great "Restorative of Brain and Nerves. Oh, those nerves of ours, how they do hother us! Weak, tired, and ner? vous is the complaint everywhere. Wal overwork, dissipate, weaken our bodies, ruin our health, and finully break down. Sleeplessness and indi LCotion are early symptoms, for the nerves are too exhausted and irritable to permit rest, and the stomach too v.cak to digest food. It is nerve and brain exhaustion which makes the brain tired, and the arra nerveless, the limbs trembling, the muscles weak, and the whole body without strength, energy or ambition. It is Iosb of nerve and vital power which is slowly but surely sapping the very life Itself, and unless help is fought from the right source, the end will be shattered nerves, insanity with ?softening of the brain, nervous pros? tration,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 March 1901

f M HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MARCH 29.1901. NO. 13. REVIVALS A BENEFIT. Or. Tclmage Draws Lessons From Famous Religious Awakening?. Mihi Mo3t Useful Christians Arc Those Cou* ? verted in Early Lifc-Brlna-ins thc Multitude Into Safety. [Copyrla-M lPS'l.l Washixoton'. D. C.-This discourse of J'r. lalmage ia most pertinent at this time, when a widespread effort tor re? ligious awakening is being made; text. J^uke v 6 ' They inclosed a great multi? tude of huhes, and their net brake." Simon and his comrades had experi? ence^ the pichi before what fishermen call poor luck." Christ steps on board the fishing smack and tells the sailors to pull away from the beach and di? rects them again to sink the net. Sure tnough, very soon the net is full of fishes, and tlse sailors begin to haul in. So large a school of fishes was taken that the hardy men begin to look red in the face as they pull, and hardly have they begun to rejoice at their suc? cess when snap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 March 1901

. llGHLASTD RECORDED. Terms, #l.pO a Year In A:'.va^e. I*?-ic.i every Fr'.'.iT trfninffbtr W. Ii. hA_A.TTURTSrT_ c'.irss -?zrj_. t-s-zjz~z.--zztz71. En tc teal al the Monterey potfoatlce as second c'rt.'s mn tte.. Monte-re?, Viv, Friday, Mar. 29, 1901. From Dtirbip ta Tidewater, Tin* Pocahouim Time*?, in ita ia mie of lasj ? k. ? I it??-. ul some : length for its r-'.' ?' i'-. iiit* ti ?????. - ti thi* proposed es (?liston ol the Wes! Va. Central from Durbin lo Tide? water, nnd in connection git ea 11! Kort nf hilton nf Highland's "ups mia] il iwiid' in Ilse railroad busi-, ,,?ss _ta.il,, :,!, mt thu! $50,o00 we] ure pat ina &?-?. Then, i Ih* ???' ? i '? ? winds up Itv stating t Iinji " 1 lu ; Times nerer could ?? . ul n . ? il !?; tin* Recorder," n d il i? thia latta 1 we i*n ii ii nntier>i md. We 1 liougl I I Itt* Recorder ?: 11 i Time ' we; p pet- I t ng along line, nnil it lina |i iued na much to di.?cov< r lh$ 1 nnlrary ,i ijst >.\ i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 March 1901

Coronation Expenae* of a Klnjf. Although some considerable period must elapse before the coronation of King Edward, it will m a short time be necessary for Parliament to decide upon the amount to be spent upon the cere? monies, and in this connection the sums voted for preceding coronations arc recalled. Thc first ceremony of the last century, in 1820, when George IV was crowned, cost over $1,200,000. but for that ten years later, on the accession oi William IV, only $250,000 was asked. When Queen Victoria's coronation took place the then Government was of opin ion that for a sum of $350,000 the cele? brations could be done without waste. but with suitable luxury. This in? creased amount, however, did not satisfy the tradesmen of London, and a depu? tation was formed, which, headed by thc Marquis of Londonderry, waited upon fhe Home Secretary, and while praying that the solemnity might be heid during the holiday season, in order that a great number of sightseers might be attracted t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 March 1901

#**?<-*?" Highland Heckoder LOCAL NEWJT 1'l.l.KONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. gubscribe f *r the Recorder. Nice (mugen at Bishop's 40 cla? per dos. Mr. C C Jone* returned from n trip to Richmond. ("lean ('lover and Timothy 3eed just received at Bishop's. "White Rabbit'' Ka*ter egg dy, IO colon for 5c at L. A. OrndorffV Mr. C I) Newtan has engaged i?i carpentering willi Mr. Will Bus? tard. Dr. N. A. Whitelaw has been quite ill for several dava but is im? proving. Master Paul Slaven fell from fl .-priiif? board and broke one of Hie small hones of his wri>t. Two of our merchant*. Messrs V. B Bishop ami John A- Whitelaw have gone North for Roods. Mr. C. T. Fleisher lost, from the effects of dehorning, one of his best two year old, Durham steers. Wanted:.- 10 gallons of good i; aple syrup, not evaporated. Ap? ply at once to ll. M. Slaven. The members of the A. II. E. Church of this place gaye their V .-tor a poundin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 April 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. APRIL 5,1901 NO. H. PREPARING FOR WAR. Japan Is Making Energetic Preparatic for Trouble. CRISIS BETWEEN EMPEROR AND CZ) Attention is Directed More to Korea Than Chi ??Russia's Apparent Vhbdrawal orMod fi> t?o^ of lier Demands Quite Tails to Resti Confidence in an Amicable Settlement tbe ProbLni. London I By Cable V?The Far Ea* ern situation continue-; an enigma to ; European observers. Russia's apparc withdrawal or modification of lier d mands quite tails to restore confides in an amicable settlement of the pro lem. It is pointed out wi.h melancho truth by one English writer that iritlii with the Anglo-Russian incident at tl TfcnUtfl railway siding will probab tost Great P>ritain at least?.20.0.00* in hard cash. It was thc news of this incident and tl possibility of a conflict between Russ and Great Britain, it is now learne which caused Botha's rejection of Ge eral Kitchener* peace terms. Attention ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 April 1901

Highland Recorder. Terras, $1.00 a Year In Advance. I taned eTerv Frirlav evening by w. H. *ivrA.T*H:*p:Tsr*v, Entered nt the Moniercv postoflice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, April 5, 1901. Extension of tha* C. & W. into North Kiver (Jan. ?If 1< oks now i*.s if the long con templaltd Kailw?y we>t from Bridgen liter into Highland nnd on to West Virginia might be lan iit. j Fon. Monet i me flore lins been a j gradual acquisition ifland in North j Uiver (iap ami brier? Branch by northern parties. More recently there lias been an effort to open up Dora Coal mines Jt lias been thought that flip company buying these North Uiv? er lands Would extend the toad simply to reach them. This how-! ever, seems now to be il) founded. I Tho scheme is broader. The road | if built at all we learn, will go into) Highland, Va., Pendleton and I'y caliouU-a um.*, ties. VV. V-.. aim into the West Virginia coal am] limber fields. The present intention seem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 April 1901

Highland Recroder LOCALNEWS. PEKSONAL flrief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mies Cora lo nsf ord is spending this \wik in Staunton. Nice orange* et Bishop'* 10 cts. per doz. Freeh fflrcceries just opened nt On dorff's. C'ean ("lover and Timothy seed just received nt Bishop's. .V i*.s Georgie Jordan returned hi n e from Staunton Tuesday. Vr. Win. Qwin of Bolar neigh? bor! ood has gone to Mt. Clinton t" i ttend aehool. Mr. Pearl Way bright, has moved tn Mr. .lames Trimble's Sinking Spr ng fit rm. ?'iiion sets nnd saw pots, both wai* enable and useful artic lea, can ?.,?- found at Trimble and Luneford's If you want to get posted as to the I-ind of belts the Indies wear norn dav?, call at Trimble and i.u if-ford's <V)1 on C. S. Waybright & Co. Jtini get your carpet warp. It is just new from the factory- not old aud moth-eaten. Jahn Robert Sitlington Sterrett bas lately been elected to the head of tl e Greek department in Cor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 April 1901

Aa thai Pagan* DM. "There'll be big bargains at that fire sale to-day," remarked Mr.-. Schoppen at breakfast. "I think I'll run down there." "The idea!" exclaimed her husband. "How paganish!" "What's paganish?" "Why, participating in burnt sacri ficci" City FaMlrr's Art via nt agc "That lhere farm," said thc driver, ''on the off-side belongs to a feller in town thal runs it fer his health." "How docs h.- tret along?" a^ked the drummer. "I )ii, 'bout well's the rot of us; only he don't have to buy no gold bricks to come out loser, like wc d')." WOMEN MUST SLEEP. Avoid Nervous Prostration. If you are dangerously sick what is tV first duty of your physician ? Ile quiets the nervous system, he deadens tho pain, and you sleep well. Friends ask' -'what is the cause?" End tho answer romes in pitying tnnes, nervous prostration. It came vpon you so quiet ly la the beginning, that yon wore not, alarmed, and when eloep deserted you night after night until your eyes fairly burned in the darknes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 April 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNtr, VA., APRIL 12.1901 NO. 15. f CHRIST JSRISEN! Dr. Talma.-je's Sermon on the Lesson Embodied in Our Saviour's Ke-v'rrection. Awaiting thc Day When "All Who Are io Their Graves Shall Come Forth." ICopyTlcht twa, i WAsmxoTo-*-. D. C.-The mat Chris tiara festival celebrated in all the churches is the theme of Dr. Talmage's discourse: 1. Corinthians xv, 20. "Now is Christ nsen from thc dead and become the first nita of them that slept." On this glorious Baster morning, amid the music and the flowers, I give von Christian salutation. This morning Ros rmi well may we forgive such a supersti? tion, which illustrates the fact that the naturai Svorld seems to sympathize with the^ spiritual. 1 3**\ ?a8ter morning! Flowers! Flow ?ors! All of them a-voice. all of them a tongue all of them full of speech to-dav. I bend over one of the lilies, and I hear it say: Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow. They toil not, neither do they s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 April 1901

?Highland Rhcokj>j^ Tcrms, fl.00 a Year in Advance. Ii?ucil ererr Frldav -ve.S^if:hy W- ZS. MATHENY, *?-c:toi? a.2t-d -rvisx-isir^Tai. ^Jnleicd at tbe Monterey po^lo-nlcc as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, April 5, W01. From a Missouri Subscriber. Bellamy, Vkkxox Co., Mo.?' Editor Recorder: For several wars your paper hus Leen a regular visitor sit our fire side, mid the pleasure >f its coming] never grows less. I visit in the: memory Mic different points in old: Highland ns to read the letters ol your interesting coi.re.^KuicUnts. Those from CrabjH*-lt<)m take mt back to the davs and pjgftjs that tried men's souls. When tin Swamp Dragoons* left trail of blood and desolation :i.u f heir ,make, and no man was sure of life or liberty. Such times we hope will never come again. 1 waa a member of Highland's Home Guards that did picket duh lit Hardscrabble for several month; And vet your paper brings sad? ness as one by one it chronicles the de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 April 1901

High lam) ltecjioiiEU LOCAL .NJBTOSL m :i -oNAja [Brief Item.', of I later eat to Home Folks About Their Friends An<l Ac'-Miiiitnuccs. Millinery ??) u 1 description at Mrs. Trimblc'i*. Freali groceries alura?*! in ^Lock nt Orndor'ff-*. ' ni rs. C. G, Cross; nd Rosa Wiseman are off nu n vi-it east. A pood liri* ! ;,1 y caps and child? ren's hats nt Mrs. Trimble's. A nen Mid (?:? ar line of toilet soap ul OriidaarCs. Mr. Gea. W. !u*penter was par t.a! 1 \ paral*-/.< d lust week. **<"a-j*11;i'u''? ??* 'lie great headache cure ;.t OrudoHTs. Kat li un mill .'< lin Bnzznral were in totvn hi?t Mi n.hiv on business. Sheffey 15ii/./. iri*, whp bas been -Sick for spine days, ii* s.aid to Ik- im o roving. Mrs. M. C. Tiimbte is opening tip a Urge uiid varied assortment of milliner)*. 1 still have n ren more snits to i*>lose nut at r?*-li ced price for cash J,. A.Ormkrff. Mr. Wm. (Jibbon of West Va., is .nt home .in a visit to his mother nnd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 April 1901

?H?0i>l>i-*H^^ Beware oi Them There are two afflictions winch perhaps give tho most paia tad trouble, ?iz: Sciatica ?nd Lumbago Both disable and cripple, tut St. Jacobs Oil is their best cure. v q0*>Or}<H*H*-<><H^ DONT GET WET! THE ORIGINAL fermi's *?SH BRk*S> OILED CLOT11IN6 BLACK 0? YEllOW HKeepYouDry IN TMt Wettest Weather TAKE NO JUBSTlTCTEi. LOOK FOR ABOVE TRADc: MARU CATALOGUES PREE Showing Tull Line of Garments and Hats. A.J. TOWER CO.. BOSTON. MAsS. 'Seiwwhuj l"<viiml His .lui i* I ii I nm. Aller hearing evidence is an assault case between man and wife, in which the wife had had a deal of provocation, thc Magistrate, turning to thc husband, re? marked: "My good man, I really can? not do anything in this ca*e." "But she has cut a piece of my ear off. sir." "Well," said the Magistrate, "I will hind her over to keep the peace." "You can't," shouted the husband; "she's thrown it aw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 April 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 19. 1901. NO. Hi. TUE POWERS ASK Russia Demands Rig'it to Deal Inde? pendently Regarding Manchuria. JAPAN'S CLAIM VERY MODERATE. Germany Wants I ess Than Russia, Whose Clam Is $90,004,060--Ihe Total Will Be Far iu Lxccss of (he Amount Which China is Able lo Pay-Russia Has Stated that She lljd Ki Idea of Annexing Manchuria. Washington ( Special).?Thc efforts of thc State Department, through Special Commissioner Rockhill, to keep down thc total of the indemnity demanded on <* nina to a sum not to exceed $<*oo,ooo, ?co have so far proved a failure, and i.jcre is little prospect of success. ihe British Government is in entire harrrfohy with the United States in this n atter arul has o^ieed to take a sum comewhat lower than that of the United ."Mates, which is approximately $25,OX>, < co, though our Government i.* willing IO reduce its claim if others will do the :ame. The Brit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 April 1901

Highland RccoKDki. Terms, fl.00 a Year in Artvnnce. I-mice! rrt. ,? i ..dav e-renitigb-f W. H. Ts*A THBNY, ?:toi? u^.s-f-3 rt7i:-_:.:::r:r*. 3nteied at the Monterey poMofliee n , sscond class mutter. Monterey. Va., Friday, I?-? '?! ?, 190 Highland And ttie RaHaond. ? FoaSljuwiiig is tlief-CMirtt'oux r?*pl of the "Spectator ft Vindicator" t . what appeared Lifflie ttw?fd*-f tw ? weeks ago as too Hie ntl it title of tit Highland people toward railroads. ? The Highland Uccor-Wr .deuu* with emphasis that the people u Highland are hostile tn a ra*iron. ; There',.has been, however, a belie existing among the persons con neetediwith the -p/opoted railroa that tfiere did exjf.t.*- .is^rloij.dline. toward the scheme. Th te we hop I vu not true. We would like to sc ? Highland crossed by a through Y:.v and trust that ii' lier people rjfex the opportunity to get sucjl a lin thea tail! n,.t lui it blip ont oi' tiu-i clutches. It is not expected tha . they would do anything be foti . giving the r...

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