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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 April 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vu. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA,, APRIL 6, 1891 NO. 18. 1 WONDER WHY! I wonder why hearts change so carelessly. Forgetful of the fires they have set Aglow in other hearts. Forgetful of the trembling lips once wet With dews of kisses. I wonder why it comes?forgetfulness? To steal away the loyalty and truth That once were glorified, Leaving, nlone, a formless shadow?ruth For those forgotten. I wonder why we cannot, earnestly, Command our loves as we command oar lives. And prove it sweetly true, That love remains to him who truly strives To grow in constancy. I wonder why we never know ourselves? Can never look into ourselves and see The hidden springs that wait A maxie touch to hurst forth mightily, And 'whelm our startled souls. I wonder why once earnest vows enshrined "Within the inner temples of our love, Grow faint with lapsin? time, Like echoes from some whisp'ring voice ?.bore The far off floating clouds? I wonder why ' ?New Orleans Times-Democrat. A FAI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 April 1894

HlOHI^AKD RECORDER. Terms; $1.50 a Year in Advance. iMUed erery Friday evening by "W". H. MATHENY, Enlercd at the Monterey postoffre as second cl?as matter. Monterey, Va, Friday, April, tl, 1604. Who ls Re8Po:nk]*le1 On account of :i p.'(.p.ic dr i wjon oil the Co.it of Acpeala of Virgina', affecting tlio operation of tim road law ns to tiie two dnvP hnnil l;ii>or per y 3ir, li-rilo'o t prov' 1 ?d, o i th" Zna inst, tho Bonni of Supervisors rescinded fill existing contracts foi* the repairing ami keepiug in repair the cotuty roads, This action of tho board' wheth* ev who or other wl*e, nivea rise to mueh speculation na ta what will become of the tori* until la v am] order in relation thefet?i?. gain re? stored . WASHINGTON LETTER, [From our UrgU??r Correspondent.] Washington, I). C. April 2,04 - Syeiker Crisp has always been a popular man With democrats, in and out of Congress, at Washington but his popularity is today one ban. dred per ceut greater than it ever was befor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 April 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDER Advertising Rates. LecAl noticea at 10c per line for first insc Moa, and 5c per line for eaoh suliaeqncnt ii ?eartlon. Transient advertisements insertc S\t the rate of $1 per ini-li for first inscrtio and 80c for each subsequent insertion. A advertisements for a shorter period thu three months conaidered transient. Rau er three mouths and over arc as folio wa: 3 mos. 0 mos. 1 vr. One inch.I $ 3 OO { $ 5 00 ! $ S o Two inches.| 9 00 | 8 OO j 12 O Thtee inches.I 7 00 12 00 j 18 0 Four inches.| lo oo I 15 00 | 2o o Wive inchea.| 12 00 I 20 00 30 t> Quarter co. .... 15 OO 1 2X Od | *<) Oi Half column. 20 OO SH oo I SO oi One column.I +0 00 : 5o Oo j 10O o< paY-TUe above rates will be strictly ad hared to. OFFICIAL DHtECTORY. Judge 13lh judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm HeLsujjhlirt, Lexington, \ a. County Judge.?Hon. 0. It. McDan nBld, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?.1.1. Mt theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?iv. ll. ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 April 1894

Made Him Sick. Colonel Dodge in a rerent book tell* a story about a well-bred English? man, a visitor in this country, who was fed by his American cousins "constantly on that confection yclept Washington pie.'' One day, after he had been fed ko mu h of the con fectlon, he felt uncomfortable. In stead of growling and grumbling, and alluding to the blasted climate, like the proverbial Englishman of fiction, he meekly and quietly re marked: "Doubtless General Wash? ington was a great and good man, but d-his Die." Counting the Hair*. A German physiologist, who de Toted himself with great pat en^e to the counting of the hairs on different heads to ascertain the average num? ber on a human head, found that taking four heads of hair of equal weight, the number of hairs accord? ing to color, was as follows: Red, 90,000; black, 103,000; brown, 10l>, 000; fair, 140.000. Hot* Very Il ell th tm I. "What charming weather," we all say fn the opening days of tho early spring; then off g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 April 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vu. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA,, APRIL 13, 1891 NO. ID. I utftv.THIRD CONGRESS. ? HARP OF IRELAND. KY KU, i Ol'RTLAND. Oh! could wo bear thais (ones Hzaln Cor Erin's gleaming meadows. Methluks 'twouW free tbs hills from stain And lift the land from shadows. iDftrkl IhFten ii""- that rippling swell ? From castle, rock and river; - Tie echoed hack from fuchsia-bell? <>er Ireland's harp a-quiver. lt floats adown tho mountain pass;, Tha' music of Hie afros; Th?j sheetrock sloops amid thc gras;, All closed the day-Dook* e pages. Si ft roses hide th"ir pouting lips, Tho hirds have erased their singing, And near tho land sail silent ship5. For the harp uf ireland's ringing. It comes again, and yoi once more, Where seagulls fau the dim liRht: It lingen on the wave-washed shore. Then wandois up Ihe starlight. And hells in tune for vesper chime Have Caught that music only, Sar lt died away like an olden rhymo And left the midnight, lonely. A.mje...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 April 1894

wi -I ri 1 I i Highland Recorded. Terms: $1.50 a Year in AdVancs. Issued every Friday evening by "VV. HT.. MATHENY, 3QX3i-roi% wav^ras r-.si.i'SKrtlt, Entered at the Monterey postoH'rc as j aecohd class inn lier. Monterey, Va., Friday, April, C, 1894. Tie telephone mutter is in the hands of the offi ers ol the com? pany, ant1, those interested look to them for early developments in thi Wiy of a substantial showing ot poles, wire &c. lt is not every body'* D isiness now, but the responsibil? ity rests on a few good mer, wh< have the interests of the count, at heart and they will push thi work alon*? and complete it ai> b ion as possible. WASHINGTON LETTER, (.Ptohi our Refetllai' Corrc9pou1le.it.] Washington D, C. April 0 1804. ?The result of the first week's de? bate on the tariff bill in the Senate is not encouraging to those who wish for speedy action on the hill. and Senator Hill, Murphy, Brice and Irby, who, intentionally or 'un? intentionally, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 April 1894

Highland Recordek. Mysrtislng Rites. Lotal notlrea at 10c per line for firat inaer tton, and 5c per line for each suhscquent in? sertion. Transient advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 perinch for tim insertion and 50c for each auhsequent insertion. All advertisements for a shorter period than three months considered transient. Kates or three months and over are as follows: 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 yr One inch. Two laches. Thtee inchea... Foar inches.... Five inches. >uarter coi $ 3 OO | $ a OO 00 7 00 IO Ol) 12 OO tr, oo H OO 12 OO 15 00 20 00 2S OO 88 OO $ SOO 1 3 00 I 18 OO 20 00 30 00 40 00 f.0 Ofi 100 00 Q<_ ll alf column.( 20 OO One column.I 40 00 I 50 00 fjft~The above rates will bc strictly ad hartal tv. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge ISth judicial Circuit.-Heu. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.-llon. 0. R- McDan nald, W arm Springs, U . ? - Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. Ma theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. Hi Stephenson. Monterey, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 April 1894

THE SQUIRE'S EXPERIENCE, noir sip ntr, wehr, of \vfst vir. ti'iM^, T >Nqi RUED AN ATTACK Ol'- >sv.n VOl SN ES*." iii? f:??t Ts nm c.) I'hvai flrt?s-Aim?gt n afhrasUaal IVl-ik-ClirPil ?? Llata (liligi:,' JSanntr, lltiaiinjlon, West Ve.) Sf. Alban? ia oneapatho busiest little Iowna r.'onr; the !!ti.-> oJ tb^ < uesije.-Mke fl-, Ohio lWtllwaay in Wi-; Virginia. Its silnation on the KoiuiWaaa ar 1 fit tho mouth ofCo.il Hirst makes Ita rory J ea ira bl 9 shipping point for timber. Some flays ago a rspraa ntalive of the fiop'ts' L" ?>>*)? w:is compelled to spend a f^w hours here, between trains. After viewing the magnili'tiu ?dsnsrv of tho Knnawha Valley he took occaafoa to have a chat with some of the prominent business mea of the place. The report-r called mi magttnta B, L. Webb at his offley, an 1 heard him relate tho followiug strange but interesting story in re? gard to himself. Tu" Squire, by tho w,iy, ls a handsome, i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 April 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 20, 1891 NO. 20 THE OLD HOME. by j. r. now A KU. Th*? old heme ls deserted. Its walka aro covered o'er With greensward and with wild woods They ne'er did ito**! before; And nettle-. DOD tire growing Along tho yellow brook, liut still it ripples down tho rocks, With old-time spray nnd look. The spring is cleat and cooli Tho Inuit sw Ins as of yore, Or, with ;i flint, beneath the rocks Ps lost tts heret -fore. The dove Its wings has folded, No doit sleeps In the barn; A si-illness, like the "morning watch," Has settled o'er tho farm. And thus tho home deserted, I's walka h!1 c ivered o'er With greensward nni with wild weeds, Is homo lo me uu more. Havana. N. V. -OR Tracing a Dark Crime. BY ALEXANDER ROBINSON, M. D. r IIAPTEK lil.-(Continued.) "I am convinced, Mr. Ketcham, be? yond all shadow of doubt, that tho poison did not have time to work be? fore tho dagger was used; at least, that poor Dr. Seabury was yet alive wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 April 1894

Highland Recorder. a*u-~. . 1 : Term**: tJPf.50 a Year in Advance. Issued titty Frtilar e+ealng.by w. k. 2wrA*ia:B3srY, Catered at the Monterey postolPce a? second class matter. i Monterey, Va., PriUuy, April, 20", 1894. ?^-? Last Monday was the 29th anni? versary of the surrender of Gen. -kee to Gen. Grant at Appomattox court house. Senator Vance, of North Carolina whose health has been bad for long time, died suddenly from a stroke of apoplexy, Saturday night, at his residence in Washington city. Senator Vance was a universal fa? vorite and regrets are heard on ?nil sides. Senator White, of California, does not believe that more than tiye Sen? ators will vote against the ratifica? tion of the new Chinese treaty, lt is expected that a vote will be reach? ed some time this week, although lhere has been no formal agreement to that effect. The Pollard-Ureckinrlilge breach of promise suit was, after a 20 day's trial, brought to a close last Satur? day evening. A verdict of $15,000 was ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 April 1894

?., aU:sij _a ~^-\~^? i.. zs f. ! m ' " Highland Recorder - ' ? - r" "A t Wiertlsln-aj Rale*. laocal notices at 10c per line for first laser lssW?.""a*Jld Sc pct line for cavh "subsequent ia Trtinsirsit aXslTertisementa insert er te of fl per lavis for first ittscrtioi * eaWh ?wi'beerpictit Insertion. Al _jsrit>* for a ?jaort*r period that tWVt T**OaaTUt*i c<-taai4ere<l trnilsieot. Rate) or three months-aad oTet- are as follows: S mot. fi-mc**. ij yr One Inch.j S S 00 Two1ocha..A.... ft 00 Tare* iaches. T 00 Pwet raetasrs. 10 OO l*lre inches. 12 00 Quarter co! .... IS 00 idfcoluma. SO 00 Osve column_,. j 40 00 9 6 DO ft 00 12 00 lft OO 20 OO 28 00 SS OO 60 OO EV* OT it3 oe is oi 20 OC so oo 40 00 SO 00 10O OO ?ee-The abort rat? will bc strictly aft ?efed to. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 18th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County .Judge.?Hon. C. R. McDan Eald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.-?J. C. Ma? theny, Monterey, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 April 1894

Can Yam i.inr tha. Uria? Losing oai !<?:< I ol r^r;p is wears'*- thin lak? ing aa >!'vr, in I \rh*?nlhon*)*n Ivirs in tr tin lag for tha flel.) sparl** ol *r.imm*?r mouth", it b Veil to be ahisnd by lhasa who know all about ir. Mr F. C. r-rr-..o*>. 1653 Atlantic Av?nui, Brooklyn, N. Y.. writ"*- to the point Marci. J.!3??>, Itrriys: "J v nMllke to adi my t?>triiTt:i?'t j yjir lire i ;y !o;\,* list. Whilo ? playing baili spr tiavl myarra at tha elbow an I shoulatar. lt int>*n"ere-l with my playing consi lerably an 1 lost ma mnuy gool chane;-* profession illy. I triol everything I could think of, bat I could get no rolia'. A doctor advised that the only thing to be done was to give the arm il lou; r *->t. A friend, however, recommended St, Jacobs Oil, which I tried, wiih the result th.it I was completely cured aad have since pitched a great deal wit ls uc signs of my former trouble, which, by th? wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 April 1894

RECORDER VOL. VII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA, APRIL 27, 1891 NO. 21. ?. r..-TTf PTFTY-THIRD CONGRESS. MORN. Bf A o:.\\tmi.i.e. They io:m ' Ml ha il the beauteous mt t u \in; sun w ii li gold* ii bars. ,, sight rt *'?* tits with bannan torn, Wiii^ all her hos Fi '.i bush and tree the -hade---- ric?, Th> i.:i has fallen silently Bel oquerois. "All hi ll! ' All N .tun ' ? echoing, Thc Howers dry their tears; ?rigs th thi ushej r,, Sv .ii the victor's cheers. mom! When night from thy face hides, The pm idlse which Inst divides With s lllaluy di sappi ara Hark! * Life ls unto honest men What morn ls unto day: A silent, hard-fought battle; then Thc shadoT :' ' ? '." Hfi I one cuni Inual light Itrivi- n lin giants Wrong and Right, lu'd bi il hy walls of i'l;iy." Ali hail, fair morn, with smiling sura, Dre*, in yum- rob".- of gold. Who knows iii ' courses earth has run sine, from God's hands ti roi le iv "With lils prabe.4 all Natur? ring , For Ot d ls <i"&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 April 1894

^XGHJLAND RECOKDEB, -? ? - a '" ? ?*** Tami: $1.10 a Y,w la M-JMoe. i-r?-??-. ;<s r -T-.-!?;? l.t.** Iaaae4 e-*-erj FridatT evening ht W. XX. MATHENY, >XT9W .aa.Wr.-D ,P*#aaa??--aW*aaaaaaa*l Intered at the Monterey poatolTce' aa second class matter. .,. ,.. ll Monterey, Va., Friday, April, ?7,18M. Drem* Court of-tbeUaS. j^-ifecirjied the 03 aler question be ntween Maryland and Virginia, in I favor of the Old Commonwealth. | "We hope the question will hence? forth remain as 'mum as an oyster.' Mr Frank Halton, the editor of the Washington Post, was stricken with paralysis last Tuesday. It is > due to the management of this , gentleman that thi Post has taken ? high place in American journal? ism. . The Mine Workers strike is said to be on the decline. The Presi i dent of the organization has est. . mated the number that would en? gage in the strike at a much lower figure than the first estimate. In several of the states the miners are inclined to thin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 April 1894

Highland Recorder*! Local aotlcrs at 10* per line for first Inser? tion, and Be per Har for each ambacq-oeat ia* axrtlon. Traaeient adverttaetaent* Inserted at the rate of $1 per inch for firet iascrtloa and SOc for chea subsequent insertion. Ali advertieemcats for a shorter period than three Months ssawldered transient. Rates or three moats* aad over are as follows: 3 mea., S mos. t yr. $ 3 00 8 00 7 00 io oe 13 00 IS 00 20 00 40 00 "The abo re rates wUI be atrictly ad bored to. One Inch.a. TwoweaaTS.... Three laeac*.. Pour laches... Five loree*.... Starter col . alf column.. Oa* column,. S S 00 8 00 1*00 lg OO 30 00 as oo as oo so oo t too 12 00 18 00 au oo SO OO 40 OO 50 00 100 OO OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 18th judlclsl Circuit.?Hob. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. OL R. McDan asld, Wann Springs, Va. Circuit sud County Clerk.?J. C. Ms theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. u. Stephenson. Monterey, Va. Sheriff.?E. M. Arbogast Monterey. Treasurer.?J. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 April 1894

A Hn'Uf in rs Fret. Let the mothet bac.ini0 sick aa 1 helples",' and the hom0 is all in disorder. When both father ari'l neither ar- do wo, yon may ai weil eloee th*' shutter.*. Order is brougbi out of chao3 oftan very easily, arv! Mrs. John Mnlin. of South Butte, Mont.. Feb. IT. 1893 lound an easy way out of h?r clift, -ulti-js. a; she-writes thus "My bashan 1 ant I too ; very bad rheumatism irom severe coids. an I I my arms were so ktm^ I coull not r lis jta-:n ! to help myself. I ?:?nr at on*39 for a bott I? o' St. Jacobs Oi'. and before the bottle wi-? half empty, I could go about my work. My husband became so lam? he could not get out ot bed. Two an I a half bottles com? pletely cured him. I will always prais* Sr. Jacobs Oil and you may usc this as you i ie flt." This ls a clear ease of what is best at the right moment, and how every household can be made happy where pain abounds. In a new German weaving mill, each ol the eighty looms ir, driven by its own ' ? J - -^ -t a i - ?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 May 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vu. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA, MAY 4, 1891, NO. 22. .* I st-qq wni-l/infT n?Tf*?l Mr I rT-PTV.TUTTJTI niiKORESS. I VIRGINIA AND WEST VIRGINIA -OR-. Tracing a Dark Crime. BY ALEXANDER ROBINSON, M. D. niAiTKR VIII. ?Leonore was in tho library. Sho 'leoI before, tho window looking out upon tbo. dreary day It bad commence 1 to rain, and tho drip of the water from thc trees in tho garden mado a dismal pict uro, in keep? ing with tbe affliction that ha 1 visited this bouse \s 1 entered she turned quickly, and eeemed somewhat relieved when she found it was myself "Doctor, are those pcor'e aone?" she asked. cYes. Mis? Leonore, That wa? the, Coroner and his jury?a verv necessary Infliction in case? of this kind aYe!. 1 know AV hat wa? ihe verdict. Doctor?"' she wa? wonderfully calm and self possessed. 1 could not but notice this fact. "They decided that Or. Seabury carno to his death by poison, administered with his own baud.'' Watching ber face closoly I could not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 May 1894

IlGlIaaLAND- RkCOHDEB.-1 ' Te rats; .fl.50 a Year in Advance. Tssued every Fritlav evening by ""WT". H. MATHENY, ?as-cixoi* ^.it-o jr -vJattaSaatacssaa. intered p.t the Monterey postoiPr*; a? second olns> matter. VI onterey, Ya., Friday, April, CT, 1SA4. j _ _:_ ! ' WASHINGTON LETTER, [Frcmi our Regular Correspondent .1 Washington, 1). C., Apr 30 1894 ?- The President and his Cftbinei yaye scarcely given a thought to tho gang now camped in the sub? urbs' of Washington known as Coxey's Army before its arrival ann since a--, "Coxey's fizxW While fen of these men ure uh at they represent their selves to be?bonn fide workingmen out of empioy ment?they have so fur proven themselves to he peacable ami law abiding, thu? dill ring from theso ealled "industrial armies" in the ii or i hw est, the unlawful acts of .which nave been the principal sub ] -ets under discussion at several cabinet meetings. Some of the governors of states would not have Jelt flattered if they could havo he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 May 1894

-1 j -\ ll ?Ililli Highland Recorder. Advertising Rates. T.ocAl notices at lOc per linc for first insec tiau. and 5c per line for each nubs* quent in a^rttott. Transient advertisement ?? inserted at the rale ot $1 per inch for first insertion a-id 5Uc lor each subsequent Insertion. All a.'lwrtisteiienta for a shorter period than tbr* months considered transient. Rate** or three montS* and over arc as follows: 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 yr. One InCh. T v.> laches... Thi ec : Pour ln.ch.ea.. Five incite*-.... Quarter co". Ralf "column. Oiie column.. $ 3 00 | $ 5 00 5 00 8 00 7 OO I \2 OO 10 00 t IS oo 12 00 20 00 15 00 28 00 $ 8 00 12 00 18 00 ?JO oo 30 00 4-0 00 50 00 100 00 20 00 | 3? 00 ?0 00 1 50 00 flSpThc : '??ve rates will be strictly ad ? tc. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. .Jue h judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. Mciiaualilla, Lexington, Vis, County J^.-??n-?- R- McDrtn uaUl. Warm Spring** Va. Circuit and County Clerk.*?J.C. Ma Itaeay, Monterey, Ya. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L.. h. Btenheosoa....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 May 1894

..Waa SSI iii nai rn,., mm lill ipi i~-a?aa?aaaass On OIr?is. . An ink for writing upon glass or porcelain is made by dissolving titi parts of bleached shellac and flv< parts Venetian turpentine, by un mersingthec rn tai ni ng vessel la waria water. After soi ll tion ir. c-fTccic:!. five parts of lampblack are in*or porated. A "Henna Ont ot Ihe Mffirnltv. Any strain or bending of tho book for an\ len-jth ot time leaves it in a wisitkene \ con li tion. A means out of the dinVulty is always handy and cheap. Do as was done by Mr. Herman 8ob.wa.vKei. Aberdeen, X. D., who says that for several years he suffered wit fi n ehronb- stitch in the back, anl was glveo up by doctors. Two bottles o; Hr. Jacobs OH completely cured him. Als^ Mr. Johu Lue*.is Elnora, Ind., siys that for several years he suffered with pains in the back., and one bot? tle ot St. Jacobs Oil fired him. "The Telescope's Mystery" waa th- subject of a lecture deliverei| in Chicago the "Hut night. Anybody c.mid s...

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