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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 August 1903

lil'.;i!l,,\M) KECOKDEI Terms. $1.00 a Year in Advance. r?;suerj ererv Friday rvenitic^V W. K. IVTA-TTT-KTSr^r Entered at the Monterey postejfflce second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, sing. 88, 1!X The Tnblo ls Turning The com nie t inn of l.he C. iv. to Durbin hus brought this conn in touch willi Bealingtnn. whit has recently become ono of Wp Va.'s most important railroad ce ter*, as ia evidenced bv the fa that last week the Valley Grocei On., a largp wholesale concern i that city, had t !.t ir man. Mr A Watson in thia territory for tl first time. It is claimed by the people, wo believe that thev c* lay down groceries at Durbin cheaply as our merchants can g them at Staunton. S. W..5terrett v It will no doubt be a surprise ' many of readers to see from his ir nouncement in this issue that S Sterrett, E-=q. has decided to ni noonee himself as candidate for t! Mouse of Delegates for tin's di trick. K.?r the reason that Mr Sterre has for the past twenty-five yew been a citizen ...

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 August 1903

* Eeg uland Kecroder LOCAL NEWS. PEB80NAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. J M Colaw, Esq. is spending tbe week nt Bular Spring. Mr Morgan Wagoner and family of Boyer spent Sunday here. Miss Lelia Dudley and her friend Miss Steuart of the Valley, who is visiting her, were in town Satur? day. Miss Sudie Stephenson is spend? ing sometime with her brother, L. H. Stephenson, Esq. Henry Ervine ran up this way Tuesday with his chicken wag? on. Dr VV R Siron came up Tuesday and did some good trap shooting. Mr and Mrs S W Sterrett return? ed from Stockbridge Tuesday. A full assortment of the very latest patterns in ladies1 Pearl Waist Sets, and Gent's watch fobs, at H. M. Slaven's Jewelry store. Mr Guy Montgomery of Lewis burg is a guest at the home of Slr S B Sieg. In mentioning the brothers ot Kenton Rexrode, deed, in our last issue we overlooked the. name of Mr Ab. Rexrode of Crabbottom. Rr R 0 Root of Buena Vista is spending the week with his ...

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 August 1903

Those Boston Girls. Arthur?Miss Smarte calk'd me ; lobster last night; at least, she instil uated that I was. Frank?I think you must have bee! mistaken. I can't believe she'd do sue! a thing as that. Arthur?Well, then, what did sh moan by answering mc as she did? said I never was so happy as when was in (ho water, and slit* said: 'Natur ally.' What did that mean, I shouli like to know, il it wasn't that I was i lobster? riiiineraianentljennd. No fltaomerTOtu ness nfter 'lr?t dny'.-; use of Ur. Kline's Circa! NenoRestorer. Sitrlnl Lot I ie *>n<l treatlsofrec Dr. M. H. Klind, Ltd., f31 Arch St., Phila.,l\i All the world may be a itage, bnt a lol of tjic acton are compelled to get out and walk._ Mrs. Winslow's 3o5tbiQ'?Syrap for oiilldrai 1eethiu?:,?ofteu tho gums, reducoa inflnmmi tlon.nllnyspalii.curo* vdnd colic. 25?. abottlo The export of automobiles is about fl, C0O.OO0 a year. )a'nsurel,iso'.sOuroforOousumpt!on=i'ive.l HJ lifo three ye:ir* nto,?Mr3. Thomas Kob 1i>k, Mapl...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 September 1903

si ? HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA, SEPTEMBER 4,1003. ?0. 34. OUT OF SULTAN'S CONTROL The Situation io Turkish Empire Tends That Way. VIOOROUS ACTION IS NECESSARY. /Waister Ltlsk-nan's Reports to the Sta'e Oe parrnell Show (hat Americans ia Syria tad Ofter Parts ol the Ottoman Empire Re* ?lire Protection Afforded by Warships? Revoln'ioa Spreading. Washington, D. C. (Special).?Al? though thc tragic side of the situation in Syria has now disappeared hy the official news that Vice Consul Magcls sen, at Beirut, was not assassinated, but simply fired upon, the fact never? theless remains that conditions in Sy? ria and throughout the Ottoman Em? pire are alarming, and that Americans residing there require the protection af? forded by American warships cruising in the nearest waters. It is this con? sideration which caused the administra? tion to determine that the error of the operator and its correction shout/ make no change in the program, and that the orders...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 September 1903

?ja}iiLAM> Recorder, r T^rms, $1.00 a Tear in Advance. leaned ercrv Fri'lav eveline hy ;jreci at tho Monterey poftofflce a? second class matter, si ob torey, Va., Friday, S$nl. 4, WO:}. u ?? _ _ ?o{t and Calf i?ho:,v Soma eon utv people have told us I would be a good thin^. Are here other*.? Let us hear from voa before next issue so that we ?ubiian the annie*. Tables Turning Some More Sinee tiio opening of she Ck I. tn Durbin the Randolph County i eery Co. of Elkins, W. \'a... one of the largest wholesale con? cerns in that section of the state, placed a salesman in this terri? tory, who informs us that he will I j; : it regularly. This salesman j ?ountv man, Mr 0 A Hird of ? ??? Hill who lias displayed much j tiergf anti ability on tile road. Sunday Law ? he following Section BTW, of J ?de of Va. is published for the f benefit of and as ti warning toiV th< e who do not know that such - law is in force in Va. Violation ' t-f the Sabbath, liow punished: If j j ? eraoY), nu a Sa...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 September 1903

HlGlfLASD llECKOUEK LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL ?il -j oi eu ' Ol in ftrief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. bl of to e\ so m te W lt 04 en a i .ii or to Iii Mr Amos Uiner has returned from West Va, Yes, it is against the law to kill bull bats. Mr R W Lightner called to see er, us Wednesday. Rey Mr Entsler's mother return? ed this week to her home near Staunton. Misses Mabel Jones and Hess Bishop have returned trom North Carolina. Rev E C Root is attending a meeting of the Association ot' Cov ington. Rev M P Weikle is attending I th district conference at Broadway. th The first shipment of cattle from "? Highland, made over the GJk I. J* railroad was a tine lot of 513 head. * grazed by ti W Hevener and ship lied by S A Porter. Mr J ease Bodkin and Miss Han? nah Way bright were united in marriage at the home of the bride in Monterey on Monday night, Rev R L Eutsler officiating. Mr and Mrs R B Slaven of Mar? lston spent a part of the week with friends he...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 September 1903

SUFFERED FOR FIFTEEN YFARS. Completely Kestored to IlenllU. Un P. Brunzel. wife of P. Brnnzel, stock dealer, residence 3111 Grand M-e.. Everett, Wash., says: "For fifteen years I suf? fered with terrible pain in my back. I experimented with doctors and medi? cines, but got little if any relief. I ac? tually believe tho aching in my back and through the groin became worse. 1 did not know what lt was to enjoy a night's rest and arose in the morning feeling tired and un? refreshed. M.v suf fering sometimes was simply inde? scribable. Finally. I saw I>o:ms Kid? der PHIS advertised and got a box ifter a few doses I told my husband that I was feeling much better and int the pills wore doing me good. When I finished that box i felt like a different woman. I didn't stop at Sat, though. I continued the treat ?ent until I had taken five boxes. There was no recurrence until a week -go when I began to feel miserable again I bought another box and three davs' treatment restored me to health D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 September 1903

/ HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER ll, 1903. NO. 35. WANTS TO_AVOID WAR Bot If Hostilities Are Forced Upon Bul? garia She Wi'l Accept the Challenge. MANY DEPREDATIONS OF THE TURKS. The Macedonian Question Can Not Be Settled Without Ibe laterven lon ol Ihe Powers? Bulgaria's War Minister Declares That. Sbou'd Tu'ksy Attack, ths Present Army Could Hold Turks in Check. Sofia, Bulgaria (By Cable).?Accord? ing to reliable reports from Varna at the recent council of ministers presided over by Prince Ferdinand at the pal? ace of Euxinograd it was resolved that Bulgaria should continue to maintain an attitude of the strictest neutrality in thc Macedonian question, and further, that the most stringent measures should be adopted to prevent anything likely to cause a disturbance in Bul? garia's relations with Turkey. The war minister is reported to have spoken strongly in the council against any thought of Bulgaria declaring war on Turkey?first on account o...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 September 1903

?*W1-??-? Highland Recorder. Term., ti.GO h. Year in Advance. Issued tv; rv l-'ntfav tveHngby W. XX. MATHENY, Entered it the Monteiey postoffice as second class mutter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Sept. ll, 1003. HcAllister Withdrawn Con ntl Chairman E ll McClintic luis definite information that Hon. W M McAllister baa withdrawn from Mie race for the nomination ns a candidate for the House of Delegates for this district. The Stock Exhibit Our Hightown correspondents write that they nre very much in favor of a calf ami colt show, and believe the people of timi section generally favor it. Mr E A Wade ot Valley (Jenter. Wm P Kexrode of Strait Creek, Over fl uni. and J Jl Uevener, Hightown, express themselves ns favorable to the nioye, and all have stock to exhib? it. They sav what they haye mav not be the best in the, county, but thev are inclined to think so until til ev see better. All this matter lacks is some live] stock man to jump righi iu and j take the lead. We hear enougn talk abou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 September 1903

*0,k; About Then.; __^^A**ti^ Se wwtf?p and Jl fr sh th se wi an N th th sti be Iii de mr boys -vera! i?or*-'K for school. *'Sieft ttrom Doe Hill came ?be for this issue. too * nev ClaY Sponaugle has been given the place of junior preacher at Frost. Mr George Wavbright and wife were over Saturday. The fall terni of the Highland circuit court will be held on Sept. j W{ 28th. 0 T Fleisher, Esq. has gone to visit his sister, Mrs Porst in Cul peper county. Mr J A Whitelaw made a busi? ness trip to Albemarle county this week. Rev Mr Neugent of Richmond came in on the hack Tuesday and went down to the holiness camp 011 Back Creek. Mr A A Shumate is home for a few days front Marlinton. Mr Harry Lunsford has gone North to buy goods. A called meeting of Highland Lodge will be held Friday night, the ll. Work in 3d degree. Misses Matie and Elsie Patter? son have returned home accom? panied by their cousin Miss Salli** Campbell. Miss Edmonia Slaven is visiting her sister Mrs Ogilvie at Staunton...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 September 1903

Mother "My mother was troubled with consumption for many years. At last she v/as given up to die. Then she tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and was speedily cured." D. P. Jolly, Avoca, N. Y. h No matter how hard your cough or how long you have had it, Ayer's 1 Cherry Pectoral is the | best thing you can take. It's too risky to wait until you have consump? tion. If you are coughing today, get a bottle of Cherry Pectoral at once. Three Mies: 25c. 50c., $1. All drajglsli. Consuit you? doctor. If ho says tr.ke lt, *-| tiien do t's ho Mya. If he tolls you aol J to kike lt, then don't take lt. He knows. U Leave lt with him. We are -illlng, J. C. ATKB CO., Lowell, Mass, fa gjaMMMMa____B___B_M___ ._? ""-? Ab A TAYLOR'S ASTHMA REMEDY wi.l cure any case of Asthma b> pnrsist?nt use. Regu? lar size box, by mail, 35c; three for $1.00. 1. Taylor & Co.. tireen Cove Springs, Fla. PATENTS, TKAI'i:-.uaiiks ANO !m:nmo\s. .ir.' i oil lllll'i'lMr I t Millions of il illai ? .i i a boon ina ta oat ot ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 September 1903

HIGHLAND ECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER 18,1903. NO. 36. COUNTERFEITED IN PEN PeMsylyaiia Convicts Occupied Their Time Makin; Bad Money. DISCOVERED BY THE INSPECTORS There ls a Belief That Corian Employees Who Did Favors lor lb: Prisoner*, S.ch as Maillot Utters, io Vlo!atlon ol hs Rates ol the Insiltuiloi, Were (i.veo the Bogus tloaey as Tip-*. Philadelphia, Pa. (Special).?Coun? terfeiting within the walls of the East? ern penitentiary, where more than half a score of men are now expiating sim? ilar crimes, is the latest sensational de? velopment in the investigation that is being made into thc alleged loose meth? ods in the institution. Criminals, principally men who are undergoing sentences for counterfeiting and it is believed at least one employe bf thc institt'.tion have been discov? ered in a combination to manufac? ture and put into circulation a large quantity of bogus dollars, half-dollars and quarters. It is known that a large quantity of the ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 September 1903

Mn tt-r -Ti imr in in x i mm i m >vi__i? Highland Rbchodek - . - ? - ~ . LOCAL TVE\YS. TKKSONAL u Ri A Of S! tl as fi! ni ni ot ra re S! Ci ?"j lo Ix 0? l'.l Rrief Items of Interest to ll onie Polks About Their Friends Ami Acquaintance?. r Junie* ll Botkin is clerking C Vv Trimble. After an extended visit to hia yearn here Mr Jay Sn I len berger , lion Thursday for his home ii)|ov rixons Lj, Mr Jacob lieyener and family of j Ul Augusta county are visiting Crab ll1* bot lom relatives. Mr George Barnard of Bolar ?pent Monday night in town. Mr and Mrs C T Shumate and son. ll tinter for a few dava arr visiting relatives in Augusta conn ty, Mrs W A Sips who spent the summer with her daughters at this ai place returned to her home at b*J Staunton Tuesday. Sirs J C Matheny has gone to Bedford county to yisit her daugh? ter. Fruit cans and fruit evaporators, each or both eau be had at C C Ar bogasfs tin shop. Messrs Arthur and John 1 {even? er spent Sunday wit li their sister, ^irs Ed Sm...

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 September 1903

IIlGilhWD RECORDER. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav eveninpbv Jntered at the Monteiey postoffice as second cla^s matter, Monterey, Va., Friday, Sept. 18, 15Ktf, To thu Democratic Voters ot The Cou*nv op Bath. Iliom.ANn AN'J RoCKHTHOOR AVO THE CjTY OJ Bukxa Vista. Va. Hon. S. W. Sterrett and Hon. "Wm M McAllister being the only two candidates for the House of Delegates tor the District compos? ed of the counties of Bath, High? land and Rock bridge and the City of Buena Vista, at the primary election to bo held on Sept. 19th, 11)03, who have complied with thc provisions of the call for said pri? mary, and the said Wm M McAllis? ter having given notice in writing t'> the undersigned, of his with? drawal as such candidate, Mon. P, W Stenett is hereby declared to be the Demoo'atic nominee for the House of Delegates from said di* trict J W Harper. Ch. Dem. Ex.'Com. Bath Co. E II McClintic, Ch. Dem. Ex. Com. Highland Co. Frank Moore, Oh. Dem. Ex. Com. Kock bridge Co ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 September 1903

Tramp Changed His Mind. Friends of a resident of the norther section ol' the city are enjoying a stor which he tells at his own expense. Tb gentleman in question is a six-footc and is proportionately broad and Soli< He lives on Riant avenue, and as li was passing along the hallway tr other day a brisk ring was given tb front door bell. He turned to tb door, opened it and found himself cor irontcd by a bit of a man, a sort c pocket edition, much thc worse fe wear and evidently belonging to th genus tramp. "Well, what do you want?" the ma of the house asked. "Ah?ah?please, sir." thc man o the doorstep stammered, looking up a tbe man lowering above it, "I?sh?a ?was going to ask for some of you old clothes, but (another glance at th big man in the doorway) i've change my mind." We are to be rewarded, not only fo work done, but for burdens borne, anc I am not sure but that the brightes rewards will be for those who havi borne bur-lens without murmuring. FITSperm,in<mt)y eared. No t...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 September 1903

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER 25,1903. NO. 37. RESIGNS FROM CABINE1 Lord Balfour and Financial Sccrctnr; E!lio!t MILNER TO SUCCEED CHAMBERLAIN, Tbe later Not a Member cf the Cabinet, bal the Former Sec elsry from Scotian!?Now Four Vacant Rrlt'sh Cab net Offices to B< Hlled-TbJ Duke of Devonshire Will Like ly Reman. London (By Cable).?Lord Balfour of Burleigh, Secretary for Scotland, and Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot, Fi? nancial Secretary to the Treasury, have resigned and their resignations have been accepted b- thc King. Mr. Elliot was not in the Cabinet. These two resignations make a total of four vacant Cabinet posts and one secretaryship at Premier Baiiour's dis? position. With the latest resignations, both men being strong free-traders, it is understood that the ministerial resig? nations are completed, and apparently the Duke of Devonshire has decided to remain in the Cabinet. It is practi? cally certain that Austin Chamberlain, Lord M...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 September 1903

.W--SU.JI aitfJBsuf amu1 ?*> Wrinrrs fliaui.AXD Recorder Terms, $1^0 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Friday evening I^t fisiToa --^p f ywjjrt ,y^< intered at the Moi^.eicy postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Sept. Ki, Iffltf. 1*-' - -_? --~?.-3SHJBS The New JudiciaJ Circuit Highland, lilith, 4"'?&,J*W Craigs, ami lintetourt compose .i^e :ievv judicial circuit, number J9. And after Jun. 1st. next. Hon. Geo. J*-.. Anderson 'w'ill'he its /Judge. His ;-?iilHrv, which will be $2,500, on^ lialf of which is paid bv the state and one hal/ *>y the count|?s form? ing the district, according to popu? lation, has been apportioned by the Auditor ul Public Accounts as fol? lows: Highland with a population of 5.047. $148.08; Hut lt 5.5l)ii, $142.G6; Alleghanv lfl.830,8410 37; Craig'4,203, s?109.45 and Botetourl J7.101, ?437.55. Highland county now pays the Judge of the county court $255,28. The Board of Supervisors At a meejting of the Hoard oq fhn 17th inst, sev...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 September 1903

Highland Keckodek LOCAL NEWgT PENNONAL ftrief Items of Interest to Home ^olks About Their Friends* And Acquaintances. Mr I* H Hupman of the Cow pas? ture was in town Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Will Mullen** of Crabbottom were in town Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Wm P Rexrode are visiting relatives ia Upshur countv W. Va. Mr Wiri Malcom who has a job of lumbering at Arbovale is home tor a few days. 4 Miss Lucy Crowley of McDowell is visiting at the home of Hr L A t'arichoff. Miss Minerva McGlaughlin of Valley Outer, is visiting Mrs R L Eutsler. Rev R L Eutsler expects to be? gin bis protracted meeting at High town next Wednesday night, Sept. 30th. Mr Clide lliner came in from Durbin Tuesday to employ hands to work on the mill in which he is interested. Messrs W A Campbell and Wil? liam McCoy of Franklin are in town. Mr W P Campbell of Stuart's Draft is attending court here today {Thursday). Mrs Campbell is with bim. I will preach at Hightown at, ll tx. m. next Sunday and at New Hampden at 4 p. m. W ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 September 1903

Snoberly's French. Young Snoberly is very anxious to create thc impression that he is "a don" at French. A few evenings ago. at ihe club-room, he took a French comic paper, and for hali an hour he pretended to bc absorbed in its con? tents. Every once in a while he proulf' smile feebly, as ii he had been carried away by thc jokes, and say audibly. "Bon. tres bon." There were several gentlemen at thc adjoining table who had been notic? ing Snoberly's antics. At last one of them said,? "See that Snoberly over there pre? tending to read that French paper? 1 am certain that he docs not understand French. He is just doing that to im? press thc people with his knowledge as a linguist." "I suppose bc must understand "i'll bet a bottle of wine that bc doesn't, and I'll prove it." "I'll take thc bet." Thc gentleman who had made thc bet walked quietly over to Snoberly and said.? "Monsieur, qu'elle licure cst il?" (What o'clock is it, sir?") Young Snoberly smiled a Parisian smile, and graceful...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 October 1903

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER 2,1903. NO. 38. PLUNGES OVER TRESTLI Engineer, Fireman, Conductor, Ma Clerks Killed. NINE DEAD AND SEVEN WJUSEl Fast Mail and F.xpress From New York to New Orleans, Run ii n>; si ti'gh Speet Jumps tb: Track on Trestle Over Cree Near Danville, Ya., anJ Locomotive so Four Cars Fall 75 Feet Into th: Wat r. Charlotte, N. C. (Special).?Wini running at a high rate of speed train Ni 97, oh the Southern railway, the south bound mail, one of the fastest rcgula trains in thc world, jumped from a tres tie 75 feet high half a mile north c Danville, Va., and was almost de molishcd. Of thc crew of 16 men, in eluding postal clerks, on the train, were killed and 7 injured. Thc express messenger, W. F. Pinke) was the only person on the train that es caped uninjured. All of the injured men are seriousl hurt and have been taken to the hospita in Danville. The recovery of Mail Geri Spies is not expected, and other clerk are thought ...

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