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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 June 1894

RECORDER vol. VU. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 15, 1894 NO. 28 6 ttetVIORY. BY .?.'Pa Va KOOKS. " x'iJf< ???*?;'" bernis tho robin sanjz, ' a?aTT! Iieavon was irt his throat, y*e orchard with bis music rang; But sweeter than lils noto **ore loving words-that banished gloom As sunshine does the mist, TV'liilo snowy drifts ot nipple bloom Out upturned faros kissed. ? f urh moments are tho flowers of time. The immortelles of lifo. That Unger like a tuneful rhyme, And lull its waves of strife. MUWCIB. ind. ? DOESN'T SEE ME. ny j. r. howard. s&hon a block away she looks at hor nose: And then at some window's display; aSV :| as she comes nearer each stop she acta Queerer, "But has not seen fitc tOrdaj*;^-: ssafben a block away she looks at her nose; AtaM-sH- too**, when two doors away; And then with sdrpriso she lifts her dark eyes And bids mo a smiling "good-day." Havana, N. Y. at -OR :, Tracing a Dark Crime. BY ALEXANDER ROBINSON, M. D. CHAFER XXI. MAN Te v o r knows what...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 June 1894

/ Highland Recorder. Tvwm: II.IQ a Year ia leeacd weary FrkJ*T events* bf W. IC. l*tta*VTIIElTY, IBXTO-Sa ^LST? WaSZaZaSSK-aX-n. Iniered at the Monterey postofflce a* second class metter. Konterey V,a., Friday, June, 15th 18?4 McClure's Magazine for July will be notable in short stories, Bret Harte, Robert Barr and anew Ameri? can writer, Celian Eliza Shute con? tributing. The conventions and humors of cattle branding, as practiced on the great cattle ranges of the Southwest Will be the -subject of an illustrated article ia McClure's Magazine for July. Rev. John VV. Woolfe who had been a minister of the gospel for more than fifty years, in the Balti? more Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, died at Springfield, Hampshire county \V. Va." ontheGth inst. His remains were taken to Martinsburg for in? terment. It han been made public from a reliable source thatin this district the Republican party with its factions, have united in favor of Hon. Jacob Yost as the Republica...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 June 1894

Highland Record^. altsrttslaf Rates. Lncnl notice* at lOc per linc for fir**, "truer toa, aad 8c per ila* for each iuhaequcat ia ertlon. Transient advertisement* inserted t the rate of SI per lack for first insertion Wad fiOc for each *ub*eq-arnt insertion. AU e*t?*rti**tatBt* for a aborter period than < sf?* Months considered transient. Kate* a* .ar** asuath* nnd over arc a* follow*: a ano*, e mo*. 1 yt. < Oa* tacts..| S 8 OO fT*w*>?ncs>**.... ?iee {ache*.. ?ar laches*... Five Inchtn. Qaartarca. Half colaiaa On* colaiaa a oo 7 oo 10 00 13 00 19 OO 30 00 40 00 M~Th* above rate* will bc strictly ad n*r*4 to. t 5 OO a oo 13 oo ia oo so oo aa oo 88 oo ao oo S s oo 13 00 ia oo 20 oo SO 00 4,0 oo SO 00 100 00 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judgs 18th judicial Clrcutt.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. 0. R. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J.C. Ma theay, Moa tarey. Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. H. Stephenson. Monterey, Va. Sheriff.?K. M. a...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 June 1894

KEV, DR, TALMAGE, The Eminent Brooklyn Divines Sun? day Sermon. Subject: "Martyrs of tho Needle.'1. Y Text "It l's easier for a crimel to go through the eye of a neille.''?Matthew xi.v.. 24. Whether thin 'ny* ofthe needle*1 be the small gate at the aide of the Mk gate nt the entrance ofthe wall of thean -lent city, as is generally interprets 1, or th? eye of a needle Mich a? is now han Ile' in sewing a garment T do not tay. In sjiihfr ca?s it wonld be a tighl (bing for a camel to %o through the eye of a needle. But ih^ri-are whole caravans o! fatigues anl hnrdahlp* coln*; through the eye <>f thc sewing woman's needle. Very long ago nie needle was busy. It wa? consider 1 honorable for women to foil In olden time. A.axai.'ifr the Groat stood iu his palace showing garments made hy his awn mother The ln?*t tapestries at Bayeux were ma le I y th io William tb,.*. ? on queror. A-ugustus, fhe Emperor, would i it wear any :? ? .,, fiat were fashioned by so ne member of his roval famil...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 June 1894

RECORDER vol. vu. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 22, 1894 NO. 20. ACCIDENTALS. Bl Ol'.UH MIDSUMMER. I'm glad when I am happy and happy when I'm clad. But thus the much more -weary whenever lam ead. ,My dong's a very woeful contradiction of a tuno That trillingly "and tremblingly die ever much too goon. I?ry joys are throned forever in the oden love ol billi That hurst through their abounding with en? cumbrances like this. The swelling wave upheavals that enlengtheq out my thread Aro born betimes In hopes dtforred that ever moro are doad. Tho blit-ht that thus enshrouding wields mo thus enraptured sway Is lost in the deep darkness that precedes the dawn of day. The fitful, fleeting fancies filigreed to suit their kind ls gulfed amidst the anxious inclination of tho mind. The woof and warp abstractedly interchanged to a degree Inclines the understanding to the chaos of debris. Thus are the accidentals in the weather vane of lifo . That strengthen to a measure the aublirnityof st...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 June 1894

?-?,^-*>- ?*?'?'? ' ? ???? . ?-a"-^ to [ * a* rn I I *T Ttrtftt. ft,50 lY-Hf la. Advance I Tss'ined fTftV Ffialav evening ht UV. Ji. Itt ATHENE, 'Mattn ro-ft *ji*iT'? rvtaz^irnvtizn. ^Otereal at lite'Monterey postolP.e a? iecond class matter. Monterey V,?M Fridirjr, June, *2 1894 ?_a_*j _ * "_t -_- '?" The Augusta comity delegation iva taken the lend for Hon. H. St. .Geo. Tucker, which gives him a *( good Send off. Hon C. P. Jones who has been t??lkeft 6f its it candidate for homi . tuition for Congress, in this-distrit ? positively declines having his name befoflktlie convention, owing to ffcrsorirft aril baillie^ s co'nsidera .tiofk Wt Next Tuesday the .Jitne term ol' .the county Coi.it Will commence. A grand jury has beerf suriimone'd trhich wil have before it Ink Hook murder case which promises to , make the term more lengthy than usual1, if the ease comes nf for trial I as is the understanding at present. . Thte wPl be a feaSlj of considerable i fote anti ciery iftch of grou...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 June 1894

Highland Recorder. A*iTsWtr?ii?f Rates. t-acal aotlccs at lOe per line for firit rnser I oa. and fte per line for each a*ub?eqttent in ertloa. Transient adrersiatracnt* inserted tt tee rate of $\ per loch for first insertion ?ad 80c for each subsequent insertion. All aatrcrtis-tmeat* for a shorter period than *^raa ss"ootha considered transient. Rates ?)r iree aa ont hs aad orer nre as follows: S mos. 6 mos. X yr. Oao lath. $ao0|$5 00!$8 00 Twa laches. 6 00 I S 00 12 00 Thtee laches.J 7 OO | 12 oo | 18 00 Pear laches. 10 00 i 15 00 20 oo Wys laches. 12 00 I 20 00 | 30 00 I eaartercol .. .. 15 OO | 28 OO | 40 OO I alf colamn. SO 00 I 88 00 5o 00 Oae columa.I 40 00 I 50 00 | 100 Oo ?afatr'The above rates will be strictly ad? hered lo. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. sludge 13tb judicial Circuit?Hon. Wm. McLaufhlin, Leiington, Va. County Judge.?lion. C. It. McT)an aald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. Ma theay, Monteray, Va. .?attorney for Commonwealth.? L. II. Stephenson. Monter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 June 1894

REY, DR, TALMAGE, The Eminent Brooklyn Divine's Sun? day SormoiL Subject: "Tho Excited Governor. i TexT : "Felix tremble! and answered. Go tby way for this time. When I have a con? venient season I will emil for thee."?Acts xxiv., 25. A city of marble was Ctesarea?wharves of marble, houses of marble, temples of mar? ble. This bein? the ordinary arebitocture of the place, you may imagine something ofthe splendor of Governor Felix's residence. In a room of that palace, floor tessellated, win? dows curtained, ceiling fretted, the whole scene nfnu nt with Tyrian purple and stat? ues nnd pictures anil carvings, sat a wy dark complexioned mau Oi tho name of Fe? lix, and beside him a woman of extraordi? nary beauty, whom he had stolen by break? ing up nnother domestic circle. She was only eighteen years of age. a princess by birth, and unwittingly waiting for her doom ?that of being buried alive in the ashe3 and scorife of Mount Vesuvius, which in sudden eruption one day put an end to her ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 29 June 1894

RECORDER vol. vn. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 29, 18!M NO. 30 FARM-YARD PETS. r.V CLARA M. HOWARD. ely peta ;.ll gathered abonl mo A*- 1 ranee through tho farm-yard just I io ? : Thi rc wns Nubbin, thc beautiful Holstein, And i henry, th ? ii;t I.? red cow. There was Halsy, tho youngest uroongtbem, And old Molly, the beal of thc lot, With Star, and Blucher, and Bridget, While Jersey mini not bc forgot. rho pigs for their breakfast are B.,ucaling And herc comos thc red and white calf, Frisking about ia thc sunshine; At it- gambols ono can bul lu ugh. -' K I * i ri i Th< re's Bi . tl bay o lt, end lier i ? lid :-:' Hy, -i (I eui' pair, v omc uliy toward mo, With Be iuty, iii ? bi-j Qery ii ere. Thc cid shi op Tibbie ar I T. p .., Are , ngor to sha rc lu tho store ?v er,; lu my bask r. While tb ? chickens are fea.-tinfi galore. All chatterlnj and cackling ale.ut mo; Theil roleen I seemi well to kn From Jim, tlsc ?;.- ney black r. o itcr, Bru lima, ii ivhitc ns thc snow. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 29 June 1894

Highland Uecoudek. Terms: $1.50 a Year Ir Advance. Issued CTerv Friday evening bf B&Xroxi aiti; r -yrs?ZBJexae. Entered at thc Monterey poatoffce a? second class matter, Monterey V,a., Friday, June, 20 1804 The wheat crop of Carke county is estimated to have been damaged bv hail to the extent of 10,000 bu. The postoffice at Charlestown, W Va. was broken into and robbed of $170 in cash and nearly -$800 in stumps early Thursday morning. The Populist! of Kansas last week re-nominated Governor Lewelling and adopted a platform containing a woman suffrage plank. An explosion of firedamp took place in the Johann and Franziska mines at Karwin, Austrian Silesia, Friday, and 530 miners were said to have been killed. Both the mines were set on fire. Colonel Randolph Harrison, ex commissioner of agriculture of Ya.. died at Williamsburg Thursday. He was colonel oi the Forty-sixth Vir gin'a e ;iment during the war nnd was badly wounded. Ii. G. Dunn & Co'3 weekly review of trade says. Whil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 29 June 1894

Highland Recorder. Advertising Rates. Local notices at 10c per line for first inser i oj. aod 5c per line for each subsequent in? ce ion Traa-sieut advertisements inserted t tat rate of $1 per inch for first insertion ?nd SOc for each subsequent insertion. All advertisement** for a shorter period than res* months considered transient. Kates fr .hxec months and over arc as roll owe: 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 yr. One loch.I $ 3 00 | $ 5 00 I $ 8 00 Two inchies.I 5 00 1 8 00 12 00 Three inches.I 7 00 12 00 18 00 Four inches. 10 00 | 15 00 , 20 00 | Five inches.I 12 00 I 20 00 | 30 00 Quarter co'. .. .-I 15 00 I 28 00 | 4-0 00 Half column.I 20 00 1 ?8 00 50 00 One column.I 40 00 i 50 00 | 100 00 6*y*The above rates will be strictly ad? hered to. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13lh judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?lion. 0. R. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. Ms* theny, Monterey, Va. Attornev for Commonwealth.?L. II. Stephenson. Monterey, Va...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 29 June 1894

REV, DR. TALMAGE, The Eminent Brooklyn Divine's Sun? day Sermon. Subject: "Another Chance.'' ' Text : "If tho f roo fal] town rd Um south ot jownrd tho Tsopt?,, in th." place wh?r> 1h<* "ne falleth thero it shall be."?Ecclesiastes! xl., 3. Thoro Ia n hovering hops in tho mini? of n vast malt ll rnloth.it tl,,T" will ba nn ott port unity in tho next world to correct Ihe mistakes ot thi*.; that If wo flo maire -nm plete shipwreck of our earthly lifo it will he on a shore, np whioh we may w ilk In a p>t neo : that, nt tl defendant mav lose bis case In tho circuit court nn 1 cirry it nn fo tho su? premo onurt or oourt of chancery nn 1 -< t a reversal o' Judgment In his behalf. ,*ill tho cost* heine thrown over on the arther pirtv, BO, if wo fail in tho earthly tris1, wo may in tho higher jurisdiction of eternity have the Judgment of the lower eonrt ??t asl'le. nil tho costs remit teal, an i w i mat ho victorious defendants forever. My object In thin ser? mon ls to show that ...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 July 1894

VOL. VII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA,, JULY 6, 1894 NO. 31. _ isntmnroa a thousand years from ; nov/. Ri le ld 1'n* wonders of the world) Wherever you may be? The palm os up n tho landa Tho sshii > upi ii iho sea. Go,.mni tho triumphs of mankind \ \ i rowe, uri's uutrhlo brow, Yr! wonder whal this world will bo A ile ut.md years fruin now I 'Tho temples grcal ot Babylon? Where nro thi y all to-day? a^nl Where ls hundred-gated Thebes? Ail these havo passed away? The in: Rh ty w.ilM of queenly Tyro In pride m. longer stand; What Ih ronown-v-d Palmyra's site? A heap of iV.-ert saud! Thc pale, rcs that Cyrus built Mo longer are sublime; Old Carthago crumbled lon:; ago, Hc-r.oath thc limul of time; / ii 1 v, Uh her passed forever morCi Into ohlivi m's peace, The g'orlus i f her rival Rome, Thc marble murta of ureece. I'.i.w leslgnlflennt Isman! In fame how strong his trust! What nro tho IMolcmlcs to-day? A j ineh of mummy dust; Ai.it where ls Macedonia's hoy, \* le. from hi.- gilde...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 July 1894

UlftHi.VND Recorder. Tertnsr $1.50 t Year *n Ad-^nw. ? tagued etcrVVi-idLav evening by W. H. 3LVEATHE1MY, Eoxrc*. ua.*eT*b rxraesx^xfli-K'E^R. ? aT?ji?-?;-,-. _ '.,', ' '.??'?? *?*,. *5ntffreaxat'tiie">Ionterey postolPce as '?- seccncl cla^s rnntttr. Monterey V,a., Friday, Jnne, 29 1894 V ice President Stevenson certi? fied Che cases 6f Messrs ri ave mey r and Searle, of the: sugar trust, to " the U, S. District Attorney for pre? sentment to the Grand si wry, in ac? cordance with the majority report of the investigating committed. Senator Brice; wno* ls charfnSnn of the Senate committee dh' Ffffeifib Railroads, has a treat in store* for the members of that coi^ffrittee, which will combine the pleasure with the accumulation of iiseful knowledge of the propertf with Which the committee bas to deal. As soon as Congie'^' adjourns he will take the' committee: iii His pri? vate etti* titi a1 tour over the entire Utiloti Pacific, and Central Pacific railroads. a ii WASHINGTON LETTER, Fr...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 July 1894

?**??'???? 1.UU ? ???.*? I I ll ..1 . wtr ....?: -s.n. ,, . ., , ,,-,-?.'.'?-? Highland Hecordek. Advertising Rates. Losal notices at I Oe per line for first inser ioa, and 3c per line for each subsequent in ? faion. Transient 'advertisement!" inserted t t*i* 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. Kates three mouths and over are as follows: 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 yr. 00 | $ 8 00 8 00 j 12 00 13 00 18 00 Two inches. 5 I Thie* Inches. 7 0 Four inches. 10 00 15 00 20 00 Five inches. 12 00 20 00 30 00 Kuartcreo; .. .. 15 OO 28 00 40 00 alf column. 20 00 38 00 30 00 One column. **0 00 50 00 100 00 ?S#?The above rates will be strictly ad Gered to. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13ih judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. C. ll. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. Ma theny, Monteray, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. H. Step...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 July 1894

REY. DR. TALMAGE. The Eminent Brooklyn Divine's Sun? day Sermon. Subject: "Til? Sabbath Rest.*' Trx-r ? "V<*rlly, My Sabbaths ye shall keep."?Exodus xxxi., 13. The wis lom of elation fro ti har 1 labor ono dav out of seven is almost universally rc knowledge/!. The world has found out that it eau ilo le?* work in leran days than la six, anl that the fitty-two days of the year devoted to rest are an addition rather than a subtraction. Experiments have been made in all departments. The great Lord Onstlerm-fh thought he could work hil brain 801 days in the year, but after awhile bro'ce down and committed suicide, and Wilberforce said.of him : "Poor Castleraagh >. This is the result of the nonobservance of the Sabbath'" , . A celebrated merchant declared, "I should have been a maniac, lons: aero but for the Sabbath!" Tho nerves, the brain, the muscle*, the bones, the entire physical, in? tellectual anl moral nature erv out for the Sabbatic rest. What is true of man is, for the most...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 July 1894

VOL. VII. MONTEREY, IIK.TIIANI) COUNTY, VA, JULY 13, 1894 NO. 32. THE NEW3. John Titsworth, a fanner, of Green Ridge, lalo., killed bin wife natl himself. - -Ebie Allen, who a few weeks ago killed John II. Clapp in n row over u woman, aud who was indicted for manslaughter In the first degree, committeJ suicide at Lake Mlnnetonka, Mino.. 'i.liii Loury and Thomas Ji nkius, two workmen, were Instantly killed Id Phila '.i*ii by tho fall ol a seafiold. - The ferry* lold, ol the Staten Island lino, waa struck by lightning as she entered her New Vurk dock. Jl-.r flagpole was shattered, and In falling the pole struck, an 1 severely, but not fatally, injured two persona-Tho Coxeyitesnow in Virginia have- been or? dered t<* move t n. Tiny refuse to work, and "will bc treated ns vagrants. Edward Meyer ?e track trout, was murdered In New York by a man ho had swindled. A freight wreck occurred on the Lehigh Valley Hail road, nonr White Haven, in whioh Louis Schultz, a tramp cignrmaker, wis ki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 July 1894

Highlaxd Recorder. V-Bit t?,so lYtwd rUmct. feesed erm Prtdav rrcninf bv "W. IC. Ib-C/LTZSSftrY., K-xyxTom ukaivo -^ vvbstManB-es, Soured tt tbe Monterey postofWe se eecond clew metter. Mumtercy Va, Friday, June, 80 1604 WASHINGTON LETTER, Prom oar tUtalet C*tHr?<^ot-*d<*?t.1 Washington. D. C., July 9,1S94. 1 ?Grover Cleveland's marvelous*! backbont was never more credit? ably dlsplavtd ihr.r. in the crista bow upon the country. He recoil ized from the first that the first and ten mott duty of the President of thc United State* is at all times to maintain the authority of the Fed? eral government, which wat defied bv the stopping of mail facilities guaranteed to the people by the ?National government, and by the tel usa! of rioters to obey the judi? cial orders regularly issued hy the United State* courts, and he did not hesitate to order that the army he need tc uphold the authority of the government. No one can regret niore than he that men should have been killed hy the mil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 July 1894

v**.**)'*" *. ??.-. ? ?",? -:' '?-?-.-'???*-: Highland Recorder. Oael mO* Twomche-J... Ttu-sr lacbt**.. Pour Iftcttes.. Pltre laches... Quarter col Ralf cot-am*.. Oat eottonn. kirertiUne, Rates. ?L<V?-?,l notices at lOc per tine for fleet laser los, aad Sc per Une for each ?*abseqoent ki? er-toa. Tiplnimit ;ad*s**erta**-**ne*ata iaserte-l t th- Hst of OX per lach for fi?t Insertion mai) SOe Sst each sabe*-~a*Ment insertion. AU -ad*-ss*rtls-eincnts for a shorter period than tkr*se months con-ridered transient. Kate*. -taree months and over are as foUows; 3 mos. 0 mos. 1 yr. $80011900 SS 00 SOO 8 OO 12 00 7 OO I 12 OO 18 Ol lO OO j 18 00 20 00 12 00 I 20 00 SO 00 18 00 28 00 +0 00 20 00 I 38 00 SO 00 ftO 00 1 50 OO 100 00 SST the abort rates wUl be strictly ad feeeSt t*._ OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge lSib judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge?Hoa 0. B. McDan Bftld, WarmBprlngft, \^. Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. Ma tbeny. Monterey, Va. Attorney for Common...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 July 1894

k A MIRACLE IN VERMONT.* ?* Tilt WnN'DGRPUI. KXI'EUTEXCE OV A WELL KNOWN CHELSEA .MAX. Stricken with nu Incurable DJsfMae ami ret Cured. His Tersonal Stare . input In Dctnil. (From thc Argv- awl Patriot, Montpelier, Vt.) Thisls an atraot progress nu I ovorythiur that hails thr* .iJvau?j ol new .doa** Ior tho ?food of hu*nanity*i*)> hailod with deli'lit. It is the provipco^oT newspapers to wate'i for strange evants or phenomena of any kin 1 and to immediately inv.'sti^ato a reported case out ot the line of regular communty happenings. So wheu tho story ot Mr. George Hutchinson, of Chelsea, Vt., an I howfre {ind been raised from a be 1 whore ho lay sifiek'.'n with a supposedly incurable dis? ease was told, the Argus oni Patriot do tailed a reporter to loo'; up th > reported facts of the case, to whom Mr. Hutchinsoa made-the f<Mlowiri|*"&tatemenr'. . "I*am a native of Massachusetts, a wood? worker by trade, nnd forty years of -age, anl for the past fifteen years havo been ...

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