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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 November 1893

qIuHLAiND RECORDER vol. vi. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 3, 1893. NO. 40. JANET LEE OR In the Sh ado vs of ihe Gallows. DY DAVID LOWRY. CIIArTEK XVI-Continued. "lu th i case, then, 1 ask permission to speak n my own behalf." Janet Lee lifted her head proudly. All eves were turned upon her. The'sun s rays streaming in through the window hotbed her in golden light. Her beauti? ful head-there was no *h*plior head in New England-was uphold with tbe j ride o" the Lees, ber clear-out feature-? lui? pi eased all thero with a se^se of her b-auty, while her comp sure and courage appealed to the sympathy of all around her. Men and women gazed at her in wonder, marveling at her self-posses? sion. "Since my father's Apprentice is tho 0_.y wilnesB against mo aud appeais as my tccuser, I crave the privilege of questioning him." (.' o>ernor Danforth whispered with his associates. "There is no objection." Janet seemed to trow in stature as she turned to her father's apprentice, whoso...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 November 1893

<-__-i-----i-i---?---^^ HIGHLAND RECORDER Terms: $1.50 a Ysrr in Advance. Issued every Friday evening by W. II. Matheny, EDITOR sa-mS. PUBLISHER Entered et the Monterey pbstoJPre as second cfi-M matter. Monterey, Va. November 3 1393. FOR GOVERNOR, Charles T. O'Ferral, OF ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. FOlt LIEUTENANT-GOV., Robert C, Kent, OF WYTHE COUNTY. Kr attorney-general R. Taylor Scott, < F FAUQUIER COUNTY. FOR STATE SENATOR, Charles P. Jones, OF HIGHLAND COUNTY. FOR HOUSE OF DELEGATES, A. F. Withrow, OF BATH COUNTY A romantic pair have just been htarried in the Ferris Wheel. The first son born of the Hutchinsons should be named Ferris Wheel Hutchinson, in order to complete the absurdity. This from the Brooklyn Eagle is the unkindest cut of all. "Wl.y are people srnt to the Elmira re? formatory for severe punishment when they can be sent to the kni? ted States Senate, is one of those 'things that no felon can find out." .-???-a In Turkey the first press copy of & newspaper is rea...

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

HIGHLAND recorder. Advertising Rates. Local notices at 10c per line for first inser? tion, 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 or three months and over are as follows: One inch. Two inches. Thtee inches... Four inches.... Five inches. Quarter col ... Half column.. One column.... 3 moa. 6 mos. 1 yr, $ 3 OO 5 OO 7 00 10 00 12 00 15 00 20 00 *0 00 j 50 00 fiJ?*-The above rates will be strictly ad acred to. t $ 5 00 8 OO 12 00 15 00 20 00 28 00 38 00 $ 8 00 12 OO 18 00 20 00 30 00 40 00 50 00 100 00 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 18lh 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. H. Stephenson. Monterey, Va. Sheriff.?E. M. arbogas...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 November 1893

A Day's Happenings As Told By the Wires. THE ROANOKE RIOT Co^rJ Pay Fut Little Work. Horses Swept Away in tho Flood.-Col? lapse of a Grand Stand In New? port News. Sudden Death in Chesterfield. The specinl grand jury, A. M. Nelson, foreman, which was iu session for three weeks, concluded their labors by returning tho following indictments: Fer lynching the uegrj Smith on the morning of the 21st of September; Wa'tcr IS. Boone; Edward Tago and Frank Shep? herd, with J. F. Terry and A. H.. Griffin, us accessories before Ihe fact. For Inciting a riot nnd attempting to break into tho jail; Walter Davis, I>. D. Kenuedy, A. Ferry, Thomas Bugg, James G. Richardson, S. W. Fuqua, and Brown Myers. >, The burning of the body and attempt to break open the jail aro classed as misde? meanors. Tho alleged lynchers aro indicted for murder in the first degree. The grand-ju y report accompanying the Indictment is a document of seven or eight pages of legal cap, anl is in substance as follows ; T...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 November 1893

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vi. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 10, 1893. NO. 50. HOSE*, LILIES, AND 8TAR3. ur un, coomel?HA !?"<] rose, why do you pout? Ah 1 havo found you out; > "ii droop, for a Inver bon Hm Broun ko col 1?so caid. Ms bear) has bsen off -red anl sold I'm gokl, iiweat rose, for gold. Lilies, why ?'o you sigh 1 utler tlio jasper sky? "Non think of the hazy hlfib lantls Heaping beneath broad sky lands, Ol the pl nm of silvor rye lands And i>oi>i>hb aflame in tho rye lands. Why, bright stars, aro you gleaming Now vhiie the earth is dreaming ? W; 11 you lend yow pearl-tipped li flit To the souls wbo pass to-night, As they drift away from our mortal sight Up to the Throne-atept, pure and white? COLT'MBIA, S. C. JANET LEE -OR In the Shadow of the Gallows. BY DAVID LOWRY. tHAI'TKK XVII Continued. Fa'e for once seemed kind to Grizzle Meade. Even ss sho spoke, her hus lund, looking out -ot' ihe door after Giles Ellis, s iw lodi m Joe walking along the ro...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 November 1893

HIGHLAND RECORDER. Terms: SI.bOaYerr in Advance. Issued every Friday evening by W. ll. Matheny, ^ M.1SHER Entered ct the Monterey postofrVe ap second class matter. Mt:>ntorey, Va. Hovemli^r lo 1803. WASHINGTON LETTER. I From oar Regular Corr?*po?<lc?*.l "Washington. D. C., Nov. C.? "President Cleveland," said ? gen? tleman who is a frequent and wel oome visitor at the Presidents sub? urban residence. k,lms fewer of the savage elements which cause men to grow offensively exultant over their triumphs than any promin<nl public man I have e\er known, and I have known many. While he was gratified that Congress car? ried out the idea* expressed in his ,. message by unconditionally repeal? ing the purchasing clause of the Sherman silver law, his gratifica? tion was tinged with regret be? cause a majority of the democrat? ic Senators voted against, repeal; but he bears them no ill-will for having done so, believing them to be as honest in their opinions as he is in his own. and als...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 November 1893

HIGHLAND RECORDER. Advertising Rates. TyOcal notices at 10c per line for first inser? tion, and 5c per line tor each sut? sequent in? sertion. TruuHicut advertiseraejjt* inserted nt the rate of $1 per inch for ft*-<?t insertion and 30c for each subsequent insertion. All advertisements for a shorter period than three months considered transient. Kates or three mouths and over arc as follows: 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 yr. One inch.| $ 3 00 $ 5 OO | $ 8 00 Two inches.j 5 00 8 00 12 00 Thi cc inches. 7 00 12 JO 18 00 Four inches. 10 00 15 OO | 20 00 Five inches. 12 00 20 00 30 00 Quarter col .... 15 00 28 00 40 00 Hall column.j 20 00 38 00 50 00 One column.| 40 00 50 00 | lOO 00; K^r-Thc above rates will be strictly ad? hered to. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm McLaughlin, Lexington, Ya County Judge.?lion. C. lt. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit aud County Clerk.?J. C. Ma theuy, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. II. Stephenson. Monterey, Va. Sheriff.?E. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 November 1893

Rapid Breathing as a Remedy. ^ About fifteen years ago Maj. Gen Drayson of the British Army Oftei suffered, especially at night, from i severe pain in tho region of the heart He believed he was doomed to di' soon of heart disease. About tha time certain of his experiences in Mk mountains of India led him to thiot that his heart pain might bc due tc Insufficient oxygenation of the blood, He therefore tried to relieve it bj breathing rapidly?at the rate ol about forty breaths a minute. In .* few seconds the pain ceased, and did not return that n ght. Atter that he says he always re? sorted to the same exp (lien*, and in. variably with success. As time went on the pain became not only less frequent but less sovcre, and now if there ls the slightest indication of it rapid breathing prevents its arrival at maturity. , - *" He therefore brings forward many Instances in support of his belief that some of the advantages of moderate exercise are to be gained by simply breathing rapidly. Rapi...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 November 1893

_ \ HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vi. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 24, 1893 NO. 52 THE OM) FOLKS. BY MARY f, SI IKVI.l.n. Well, wife, I've bt>en to the churcuyarJ. I'll own il made nie sigh To choose the little Bpot of gronzid Where you aud I must lie; I made no lowanco for tho children, For you know twOl ld never do For dainty forms like theirs to rest By such as me and yo.i I Fate never was right kin Ito us. But we raised the children well, And gave them an e location, Though how 1 cnn hardly tell; 'Twas dona by tue sweat'o" our brows, wife. By hard and honest toil; You mado your shave at the spinning wheel, And 1 mine from the soil. This ibu'' wba* we reckoned on ; We never had no fears But they would b-< tho prop aud staff Of our declining year*. Yet the oms we left in the churchyard Near lbs old home far away Are far more comfort to our hearts Than those v. e hav.- to-day, For Johnnie he's a lawyer now, Lives in a paine gva id ; Jennie married a millionaire And went ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 November 1893

$AWAmmmmsmMmWmm+Awsaivc? tim iai_i__aiiimiii nm HIGHLAND RECORDER. | Terms: $1.50 a Yarr ir, Advance. Issued every FriJay pvening by Vt. il. HdlUCllJ, pueuIher Entered it the Monterey postoiPrc a** second class matter, Monteray, Va. Koven-bcr 2 !- !Cl>3. COIUtE8PONI)ENCE. ME3i:>iiiFriorT!ir:jL::EA>fD THE GEA?. Ana matter of interest to the surviving soldiers of the lau1 wax more especially the survivors of lbs' " memorial battle which took place on top of the Allegheny mountain on the thirteenth day of Dee. 18C1, by consent we publish below two letters from ex-Federal soldiers re ceivetl by W. \V. Benson of this' county, the ton* of which letters u'iveeviilencs'. that time, hasaecotn plihhed much, in obliterating o'd animosities which existed between those who wore the gray and those who wore the bli:.' in tito great St niggl e. Mt. Etha, Ind., Oct 17th 1S9J3. AV. Vf. Bjwbon, D^ar Sir nnd Fellow Soldier: ? Your second letter was received in due time and was read with pleasu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 November 1893

HIGHLANl) ^RECORDER. Advertising Rate*. LtVcta.1 nr>tfce? at t<)cper line for first lns?r-?|?y Won, and 5c per lime for ench suiasequent iqkjl AVtki'on* Transient advertisements insertearT} Ut t*? rate of $1 per inch fo? first insertion aad ROc for each Subsequent insertion. All advertisements fot a shorter period than three months considered transient. Rates ?or three months arid over arenas follows: "One inch.,. Two inches....... Three Inches.:..-. Pour trachea...... Pive inches...s... Quarter col ... . Half column.. .. One column. :$ nia*l. flfcrnos. 1 yr. $ -.5 00 ] $ 8 OO * 3 00 5 00 . 7 OO IO 00 12 00 15 00 20 00 40 00 | 50 OO *?-The above rates will be strictly ad tiered to. -S 00 12 OO *r> oo 2o oo 28 00 SK 00 12 00 18 00 20 00 30 00 4-o ero 50 00 100 00 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13th judicial Circuit.-rllon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Ya. j st County Judge.?Hon. C. II. McI)an-\ * _ald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. Ma- \ theny, Monterey, Va. Att...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 November 1893

A Fisherman'* Baby. Oh. hush, little baby, thy papa's at ssa; Tbe big billows rock him aa mamma rocks thee. He bastes to his dear ones o'er billows ol foam; HUSH, LITTLE BABY. Then sleep, little darling, till papa comes hoiue. Sleop. little baby; hush, little baby! Papa is coming, no longer to roam. Tho shells and the pebbles, all day tossed about, Are lulled into sleop by the tide ebbing out Tho tired shore slumbers, stretched out in the sand. While ihe waves hurry off at mid-ocean's CO?inland. Then hush, little darling; sleep, little dar? ling; Sleep, baby, rocked by thy mother's own hand. The winds that have rollicked all day In Ihe vo>i Are hushed Into sleop on tho cairn even? ing's breast Tbe boats that wero out wiih the wild sea at play Are now rocked to sleep In the arms of tho bay. Then ie t, little baby; sleep, little baby; Papa will come at ibe break of the day. Heep, Utile darling: too soon ihou wilt bo A man like thy father, lo sail o'er the sea. Then seep will not co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 December 1893

ii-ii rn rn ii iiitin i ??'?'.Iii ?m. mini HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vic. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., DECEMBER 1, 1893 yo. i HOW TO ENTERTAIN Bt OZIAS MIDSUMMER. John Marshall Jones one Sunday went To gee somebody's sister, When learning she'd whitherward b?nt, Forthwith thero and then missed hor. . Now, Mba was not tho man to. weep Kor euch mishap forever. Ho knew his love was such 'twould koop *\>r over, ever, ever. But vfhen I ho, widowed mother carno To greet him for her datigbfcor, He vowed she looked good in a framo Much bettor than ho thought her. For thero she stood the doorway in, Its frame about her standing, And sony was for what had been, As stood ho on the landing. ?Will you come in?" she sweetlj said, When Hew a flame ol motion Alhwar: the mau from feet to head, Beean jo 'twas to his notion. He took a Seat upon a chair, His feet placed on the carpet. And wondered at her wealth of hair? If she alone could part it. The thought, though downed, a.times would tease, Whe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 December 1893

stllaa 11 Tl I .1 J'J.-J>s_sU*8 UGHLAND RECORDER. Terms: $1.50 a Yost in Advanae. taatwd evfrv Pritlay cvenlnp l.v '. II. Matheny, ^M, :k i tercel r.: tho Monterey potfofrVe a?-1 second a li-.- matter. onterey, Va. December I 1393. It is a noticable fae. I ho melan uoly individual ii kn Miva hfr'doesn't tire whether lie lives or dies al? bys wears richest protector nnd [uni shoes. That soil ni" hi nil hakes it evy for li:s friends to fart with bini. A Puris- paper recently offered a Irize for the best specimen of mi jroscopichand-writing. The win? ier was a man who had copied in 'nil on a postal canl the content's Ivi the first two pages of a newspa? per. The question arises whether lt was not a reflection on the news? paper. --?-?-??- - In all of the depart ni eu tal annual reports which have been coin ploted there is one noticable feature that lis essentially democratic -recom? mendations looking towards econo? my in i blic expenditures. Where grer reductions are possible under...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 December 1893

HAND RECORDER.! Advertising Rates. Local notices at 10c per line for first Inser? tion, and 5c per line for each subsequent in? sertion. Transient advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 per inch for first Insertion fcnd 50c for each subsequent insertion. All advertisements for a shorter period than three months considered transient. Rates or three months and over are as follows: 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 vr. One inch.I $ 3 00 5 00 7 00 10 00 Two inches Three inches Four inches. Five inches.. Quarter co". Half column. One columu.. $ 5 00 ft 00 is oo 15 00 12 00 I 20 00 15 00 28 00 20 OO 38 00 40 00 50 00 $ 8 00 12 00 18 00 20 Ou 30 00 40 00 50 00 100 00 ?sfr?The above rates will be strictly ad? hered to. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 18th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Win McLaughlin, Lexington, Ya. County Judge.?lion. 0. R. McDan ? tiald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. Ma? theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. II. Stephenson. Monterey, Va. Sheriff.?E. M. Arbogast Monter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 December 1893

CHATEAUBRIAND'S GRAVE. The Great Frenchman Buried on the Lone ly Kock Where He Was Morn. Chateaubriand, the famous Frencl author who. after dining with Wash iogton at Philadelphia, said, "Then is virtue in the look of a great man, ls buried at the actual spot where li' was born, and probably no one wa ever laid in a stranger resting place lt is on a jutting point of rock in i lonely, exposed position. Tho fathe and mother of the A'icomte Chateau briand were on board a vessel bourn for St. Malo. It was night whei they neared the coast, and a terri fl storm was raging. No boat coul< venture to the assistance of th crew, and the vessel was wrecke< upon a rock not far from the shore Thc mother of Chateaubriand passel the night upon the rock, ard ther he was born. He afterward pur chased the rock and built upon it th tomb in which he now lies. lt AVorked Wall. A red-nosed man, with shabb; clothes, stopped before the row o seats under the big weeping willov near the bridge in the pu...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 December 1893

jAND RECORDER MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., DECEMBER 8, 1893. NO. 2. ? hat they mny recover from th? night, John, without b: al, id in my dre*mtarj* in tu Mewing, u uuh its beftmiu] by Old sl-ipy htwl. seemed ?,3 though ve were both tod (Ik'lS, Po h stab-toed, barc-'ootcd boy*, k ith not a thing on us but drew s. ^ust escaped Ironi dear ur. tlnr's cuhhi, tuch provided with bread mil m 'lasses ? For once, Jobo, vie pot making nois*. We were titi lng in beautiful lanllght En'oyitrg our meal with tbe fliot, while tlio cai an 1 dag, Job a. wero bcscccbiu, Alni wen itow aad then rca hinf;. wera us lesions iu charity ta>R,<.t luj, With watering mouth* aad with eyca. To n. a la'iyli. my dear boy, when I tell you Tbat K.ni ts niau w< wed tor him rlgfit, I' 'i we kt him ei aajo bitei witheaob otb-, j, FJrei tbe one dial arid then did theo-lui; But we go? a good Hc-ing r am mother, lie took the \i bolo lundi at ono bito. Chicago, 111. JANET LEE -OR In the Shadow of tho Gallows. ny ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 December 1893

t-yiyryg--r^.-? ia?- ?arum's Ty?ra HIGHLAND RECORDER. Terms: $1.1/0 a Yerr in Advance. Issued every i'ri-.lc.y eveniog by W II Mathew mep^ I! ? Ila iUaUia.Lj, I'UilLlSHKR Entered at the Monterey post oil* rc fa** second class matter. Monterey, Va. December & !3D3. The contraction of business b pretty plainly shown bv tbe vast yoi time of idle money in thc east. The Dioney is still piling np in the New York hanks, anti pi csu ra* ably in the hunks ot' al! tho money centers. Among Port Monmouth'* indus? tries is a bologna sausage factor}' which grinds np tn average of ten horses 4 (lay together with a littl**j pork and beef. The sausage.? are shipped to foreign con nt rios. The Herald says: '?H-.erc is no rscare1 anywhere, and in Wall street which is the most sensitive test' there has been a decided improve? ment in the values of railroad stocks and Louds since the term pi the proposed new law were made known. True, there has been a howl from tho Sugar Tru*i and the price of its c...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 December 1893

RECORDER. ?Ung Rates. Bc per line lor first inscr ^_?r each subsequent hi ^^dvcrt.Jscmci.LS inserted ?nch for first insertion ^nsqucnt insertion. AU ? shorter period than Hrtd truusient. Rates ^mver are as follows: Biios. 6 mos. aW3 00 | $ Ta Ol) | $ S 0!) ? S 00 8 00 I 12 00 aV 7 00 12 00 18 Ol' ? :<> 00 j 15 00 20 00 ^m 1 li 00 j 20 00 30 00 V 15 00 28 00 40 00 WLw^ 20 Ot) 38 00 I 50 00 WJKrtT..,.. \ 4-0 00 I 60 00 I 100 00 a_Paw_H*^he above rates will be strictly ad? hered to. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. AVm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Ya. County Judge.?lion. C. R. McDan nakl, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. Ma? theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. II. Stephenson. Monterey, Va. Sheriff.?E. M. Arbogast Monterey. Treasurer.?J. A. .Toners, Hightown. Commissioner of Revenue.?W. P. Campbell, Monterey. Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson. Sup't of Schools.?13. Hiner Hansel. Board of Supervisors.?J. S. McNulty, chairman, and Jas. T...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 December 1893

sal siam ns a i aimil.si iii i REV, DR. TALMAGE, She Eminent Brooklyn Divine's Sun? day Sermon. Subject: "A Hunting Scouf.** Tistt i "'InPmt morA&me h* shall devour the frey, and'it iu<iht he shalldioidethe epoiL**? C?.:;.:.-. -J\x.. ?7. A few nights ago s0"> men encamped1 alon-.* the Lon-,' bland railroad so as to be ready for the next morninu', which was the first ??open day" for deer hunting. Between sun? rise and 2 o'clock tn tho afternoon of that day fifteen deer were shot. On the 2!)th of October out woods and forests resound with the shock of firearms and are trackelof pointer-; mi 1 setters because the quail are then a lawful prize for tl"e sportsman. On a certain day IB all England you <>an hear the crack of the sportsman's gao. becaase grouse hunting has begun, and every m.-n that can afford the time and am? munition and can draw a bead starts for the fields. Xenophon grew eloquent in regard to the art of hunting. Ia the far east peo? ple, elephant mounted,...

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