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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 September 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VU. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER 23, 1891 NO. 43. ?n WP2T t/|-Dflt!Jr* BETRAYED: A DARK MARRIAGE; MORN. A Romance of Love, Intrigue and Crinn BY MRS. ALJCE P. CARR1STON. < ll Vl'TEi; WU. <t . nliiiue'l.) Ile admired, bet like a rare plant, t beautiful object, rn exquisite work, iii which nature had combined physical and moral grace with \ ted proportion aud harmony. His deportment as slave noni lier wats not lo.te; a poi for .none.-. Our fa r ro tiers L. ve, doubtless, re? marked an odd fat, which is. t! at whore a reciprocal eent il eat cl two feel.lo hu? man beings hus roached a certdn ] o-ni of matmi y, chi ree never fails to furnisfa h f.t i vi .jell bi troys the seer 1 ol the two ht arts, m.rt sitiidi uly launches 'ho thunderbolt which h. ? bscu gr a.! nail j gathering io the i louds. This is tho ir sis ot' ali lo' o. 'll.i i o c ?- on i??;.?-? ntl rt itself to Cl ra Denton r.nd ?Vktren Iolend iu thc form of aa tinpoet c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 September 1894

^Ikjhland Hkcokdek Terms: $1.50 a Year Ir Advance. Ixsucil evcrv I-yidi.y evening by E?x-=^* ^27j=. *-v-z3>z*zz>zzqpzi. Entered tt the Monterey postolfce a second class matter. Monterey V,a., Friday, July, '20 189 Nota itbitanding it wai preth generally understood that there Would bo no Court last Tuesday, s considerable number of farmer* came to town and spent thc 'Hiv in the transaction of business and talk ing over matters pertaining to the interests of the farming class. Up? on the subject of the present Year's crops, it appears fiom the inter? change of information, between men from various parts of the coun t:, that the harvest is much more abundant than was anticipated a month ago. The wheat crop was fair; the yield of coi n is at least an average om; buckweeat, in some localities, is turning out well, but the hay irop generally speaking was shor', due to the excessive dr'tli. It appears ko be puzz[ing to some of our gra? ders to undestand how cattle thr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 September 1894

j-anwi mi ???.i Highland Recorder, Advertising Rates. Local notices at 10c per line for first inser lon, and 5c per line for each subsequent in erwion. Trausieut advertisements inserted t cu? rate of Si per inch for first insertion and 50c for each subsequent insertion. Ali advertiscmeats for a shorter period thar three months considered transient. Rate? tiree moatha anil over arc asfollows: 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 yr. Onei ach.| $ 3 00 Two inches.| 5 00 Thiee inches. 7 OO ?onr inches. IO 00 $ 5 00 8 00 12 OO 15 OO $ s oe 12 Ol 18 Ol 20 00 30 Oo 4-0 0(1 50 OO 100 OH p<y~T?e above rates will bc strictly ad? hered lo. Fire lochee. 12 00 | 20 00 Quarter col ....j 15 OO 28 OO Half column.| 20 OO 38 00 One column.| 40 00 | 50 00 m-FICIAI, DIRECTORY. Judjre 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. Mo^aughliu, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?lion. 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. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 September 1894

EXPERTS VvilH A r-.^i^u. r Some Wonderful Reeords Slade by French? men?ai. Mon con's Deadly Aim. Target shooting with thc pistol is practiced but Utile in this country, 6ays the New York Herald. Within the last five years, however, it has been taken up by some as a pastime. Prior to the war pistol practice was by no means uncommoo, but the riile supplanted the smaller weapon to a large extent when hostilities began. Kow pistol shooting or rather re? volver shootiug is growing in favor again.* In Franco ii is claimed that there are more expert pistol shots than in any other country. Thia 13 open to dispute, particularly by Amer? icans, but it is pretty safe to assert that there is more target pistol shoot? ing and more interest in it in France than in any other land. At the last annual tournament, held at the gal? lery of C'astinnc Kendle IT Avenue d'Antin, Paris, there was plenty of evidence of the Frenchmen's skill with the pistol. The scores were probably the best ever made in Fra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 October 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vu. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER 5, 1894 NO. 41. BETRAYED; -OR A DARK MARRIAGE MORN. A Romance of Love, Intrigue and Crime BY MRS. ALICE P. CARRISTO:" CHAPTER XXIV (Contlnaed.) Ile thought it bad taste in Clara not to havo ntaintuiied longer tho high ideal his innocence hud created for ber. Nevertheless. when Le approached her house, nnd had the presentiment of her approving pres nee, he was tioubled. lloubt and anxiety assailed him. "When ho suw through the trees tbe window of ber room his heart throbbed so ?violently that he h d to sit down on tho root of n tree tor n moment. "I love ter hko a madmen!" ho mur? mured. Then, leaping op suddenly, he exclaimed: "ii t she is only a woman after all. I shall go on." For the iir t time Clara received him in hoi own aj nitmsnt. Sho was sitting in an arm-chair, and, contrary to her custom, had no work in her hands. Sho appoarcd ctdni, though two livid drolii surrounded ber eyes. She had evidently suffered m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 October 1894

IGHLAND ItECOKDER. Terms: $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued CTcrv Friday evening by ^v"- H- iMdlATI-IEI^^r, .ered at the "Monterey postofrec a? second class nm fer. ntercy V,a., Friday, July, cn 180! The Tariff is a Tax. f any of our protective tariff er.-ls entertain tho doubt ns to ?Iii being a tax, let them rca'1, the [lowing; taken from the Mew Irk World. Kow that John Wanamaker is in.ng business instead of politics is in no doubt that the tariff is ax and that the consumer pays ]ti a faring advertisement in 3 Philadelphia papers he onnoun unees that his firm kept oil) ca of foreign poods in bond, "in nv of the tarill changes,'1 and w offer them at reduced prices. a ease in point he advertises "F. ." blankets- i;on a free-wool ba r "Nc crawling in," says shiewd |lin; "one plunge and have it over' id he cites: '*400 pairs handsome -wool couch, bcd or wrapper mkets, precisely like them regu rly |a up to a'week ago; our price 75 the pair." In view oftheap >aching cold weat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 October 1894

HiailLAJT > RECOKDEK. Advertising Rates. Loiatnotlcss a 10 er line for first inser loo, ?m*l i ? o;r i,.u- fo?- 'each subsequent in ertlaa. T-atslent .'afire rtisements inserttrl t thc r ? of $1 per inch "or first Insert! n an bOc for each subservient insertion. All adv 1 '?-incuts for a shoiter period than tb?e? ai , tths considered transient. Rates Ontt ajitki and o.er are as follows: __ i. '? 8 saoa. f|mos. 1 yr. One ajch.t | a uu I $ 1 00 I $ 8 oo 5 00 8 00 12 00 7 00 I 12 00 18 00 10 00 15 00 JO 00 SO 00 ?O OO 50 00 100 00 Two iaches Threw ia -'irs. P??ar lae ns. Fi.* isrk-.. Quarter cai .. . Hall rn area.. . One (.issi. 12 OO 15 00 10 00 40 00 Tk>e abi.e tMja* wJl be strictly ad te> SkaWM SO 00 18 00 ?8 00 KO 00 ZOFFICIAL DIRECTORY, S Jut.e laHk JtsftdaJ Circuit.?Hos. Wm. McUufltlia, Le;?n/ton, Va. Camera Jnij*.<-Hoa. C. R. McDwi nalrl, Wars! 'Vt- if?, Va. Circuit and Ceuaty Clerk.?J. C. Ma th*-?y, ta!?at*-r??f. Vs. Attorney for Comm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 October 1894

A MAN WITH A HISTORY. THE TF.RKIIH.E EX PKRIKNCE THAT BEKKI.I. JOHN \V. THOMAS, Of THETA, TENNESSEE. Aflllcted With a Prrnlinr Disease?Hi* Body Covered With Lumps?foul I Not Eat nnd Th mutt Ile wa* G?t?a to Dry lp Hi* Ktcjvery the Mar? vel ol Tennessee. (From to Nashville, Trna., Banner.') Mr. John NV. Thomas, Jr., of Theta, Tenn., Isa man with a mo^ Interesting history At present he is interested in blooded horses, for which Maury County is famous. 'Tew people, I take it," sail Mr. Tiioma9 to a reporter who had asked hi'ii for the story of his life, "have passol through as remarkable a chain of events as 1 have and remained alive to tell tho .story. "lt was along In 1884, Whoo I Wits working In the silver mines of New Mexico, that my troubles began ; ;it first I suffered with in? digestion, an 1 so acute dil tho pains be? come that I went to C 'lifornia for my health, but the trip did mo little goo J, and tully im? pressed with the idea that my last day had nearly dawned upon me, I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 October 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA,, OCTOBERM2, 1894, NO. 4.">. ra BTV SP AP KS. BETRAYED; -OK A DARK MARRIAGE MORN. A Romance of Love, Intrigue end Crime BY MRS. ALICE P. CARRISTON. cn apt ki: xx* u TTHE UOHTNINO'S ri.ASII IN I'/lE MjUtt SST. Floria hod dosed her eyes to conceal her tearB. She opened th?m at the in? stant Slyine se z d hor hond and called her "poor nu gel." Seeing the man on his kno3s, f he could not comprtkend it, and only exclaimed, simply: "Aro you mad, Mr. Slyme?'* "Yes, 1 em mad!* Slyme threw his hair back v. itu a rom ant 0 gesture common to him sud, he beloved, to tho , oets. "Yes, I nm ma I with love nud with pity, for I koo your suffer ngs, imo and noble vieliTn!" 1 lort only stared in blank astonish? ment. "Repose yourself with confidence," he continued, "ou a ho^rt that will bo de? voted to you until death-a heart into which your tf-urs now loll to its most sacred depths." Elora did not wish her tears to roll to such a d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 October 1894

????ajasaBji^^ IGHLAND RECOKDEK. r Terras: $1.50 a Year in Adyar.ce. Issued e*rcrv Friday evening by "W- H. MATHENY, Enron -avirrs r^rTasJzmaaaa lercd Rt the Monterey postoffre as second class matter. mtcrcy V,a., Friday, July, 20 1894 Democratic Ticket. 'OTt CONGRESS TfxtH DlSTKICT. Hon. H. St, Geo. Tucker, op Augusta. Significant Talk. ls a casi sal in'eiv w.a few da, s o. with S. Brown Allen, we were t only surprised but interested fl gratitie', liv his conservative il very reasonable opinion upon nie of the leading political issues : the day. Among many other tilings, he iii: "There is no earthly chance I Jae. Yost's election and I sup ?se lie knows it, Ile would have > look to Democrats for encourag* ipnt, but could not succeed, because ir every democratic vote gained. s would loose ene or more Uepub :ans." 'it's hard" said he, "for lt good yal Republican to see his way ear to vote for Yost. Most ol' lem iu discharge of their duty, as ley see it, will do it. I think,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 October 1894

Highland Recorder. Advertising Rates. ?al notic.-a x: I ie per linc for first inser o i. aiU: p-:r lin; tor each subsequent ii - f:tia>at. T'anstcat .advertisement* Inaerttd ' nc r .re of $l per inch tor first insertion ii-..^ oOe for each subsequent insertion. Ali avvtr.iaemcnta! for a shorter period than tu:ce m ntha conaidcrert transient. Rates xii riv. doutha and over are as follows: ?_> 8 mos. G'moe. 1 yr. One + >n.| $ 3 00 | $ 5 00 I $ 8 00 Two inches.I 5 OO | 8 00 | 12 OO Tat.* Ita bet.| 7 00 I 12 OO | 18 00 r.mrlneies.I 10 00 I 15 00 20 OO iTeiaca.es. 12 oo | 20 oo | 30 oo tarter ec'. .. .. I 15 00 | 28 00 | +0 00 \ll eclnrttB. 2(1 00 | 38 OO I 50 00 . * collina.I ??> ?0 j 50 00 I 100 00 /?arThe a?ia>?e mtec will be strictly ad aajre<1 lo. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ? .InAge lath Jedjcnl Circuit.?Hon. Wm, MclAiflOt, 1-e.xlBjtoa, Va. Oesmtt Jadje.?Moa. C. R. Mci an ndld, * urn Sptiiga, Ya. t ire a it asd county Clerk....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 October 1894

Hot Noons Chilly Nights lOf Fall pressnt so many variations of tem? perature rs to fftx the strength and make a pathway for disease. Hood's Sarsaparilla ?will fortl'y the systwm against these} dancers, ty casking pura, 1 oalthy blood. "Sores 00(1*5 Savsa' %%%%*% i>arilla carno out on my limbs, j/^9 * ^ <ff\.irr I tried dWerent medl- if U Y&h -dues, Int none help" I WL. J ?ne. At last my moth- ^S*7 f%%^%^*?V et heard ol Hood's Sa map irilla. After tak? ing part of a bottle the sores b >gau to heal, nud after a short time I was completely oure.l. We ke*-p it In the houso most ot the tim*'. Asa iiloo l porltlec I know o: nothing belter." Lkon St. John, Fairmont, Minn. H Hood's I'llls are purely vef-e able, ha- d made He Was Jfot Disappointed. "Why was Adam the happiest man that ever lived?" roared the gigantic clown to the ringmaster in the laded dress silt. "Why was Adam ihe happiest man that ever lived-" 10:1:el the latter, in a voice like...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 October 1894

VOL. VIC. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER MD, 1894. NO. K'> ^incTWii a Tain WF.-tT VIRGINIA BETRAYED; A DARK MARRIAGE MORN. A Romanco of Loee, Intrigue ard Cn rm CHAPTER \\:x <( ontimie l.? Sonic lino now j i'.s-e.l without mak. ing auy sensible change tn Gio lelations of the different pe Bona of this story. This wa-; the most brilliant phase, anl probably iha happiest, in Gio life of Lu gene Cleveland. Thc sud en de-th of Sidney Leland had more th n doub.ed his fo.tune, and his careful business management nnd clever speculations augmented it every dal v. Mis. Leland continued to reside at hei oil home in l'oxbury, where her son passed much of h's tune. Clara Denton aad Mi dred Lester were Still, for the most part, in New York, nnd there were now bright hopes that Mil? dred Mould *-oon be her old self again - this the groat speciali t emphatically promised. Warren Leland pissed all his evenings, when he was in tho city, in their Bosiety. Eugono tlc elan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 October 1894

IIGHLAKD RECOKDEli. Terms: $1.50 a Year in Advance. Iaeited ercrv Friday evening by W. KC. MATHENY, atered fat tlie Monterey potstolPre a? second class matter, onterey V,*., Friday, July, 20 1894 1 >EMOCKATIC Til KET. For Congress?Tpnth District. Hon. H. St. Geo. i ucker, op Augusta. Washington Letter. Washtajcton,Oct, 16th iso+. President Cleveland lins Issued o ovum', written no letter, nor said aything thnt could be construed ?to even the wish that fedeial of ?ials Rhoiiltl ii*:? t take part in the [ ? political campaign. This ttenient is positively made on tho list authority,notwithstanding con m-.iv statements which have enm ate I from usually well-informed mrces during the last few days t is not known how these state lent.s originated, but it. is pjobable lat the cause wits a misconception f the term "pernicious political ac vity on the part of somebody. The resident would consider it "perui otis political activity" for a Feder Bcial to try to cont ol a primary ecti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 October 1894

I 1 I gill* I ********?**' f BJ Mil I ? IIlGHLAaHD UBCOKDElia Alvertlslnf Ratei. '.ti' ?'Sileas kl 1 >t p\-r'inc for fli-st hiaer* toa. 'tl , ? ;>-r liu.r tor'eiteh aaat>se*taeitt i' - ertiaa*. T-aaateat , asS*?ertiave**a?:nti inserted t .tie r ..? >f >i p^riavi ior 64?st inscrtiua an ooc ior eau-h tasbseiiaeflt itasawrMoa. ali a lvtr i -. -nifnis tar r snorter period tha'i tli.ee ??> ntas caii*?idt?e*1 t?an*?ie.it. Kates luc-,^ ^lotnhs aasJ ovrr at* *< tallowa: 5 sjios. C thu***. 1 vr. One ftc*.I * * Oo | $ 5 OO ! *5 * 00 Twolad.es.i iwi ? ww | ia oo Time is u .| 7 W I'S oj , 18 Ot' Hotir .Sassies. I ie O? j 1? ttO I SO Ot' Mre iaches.| is oe \ 'JO oo ! so oo Quarter c*?; .. .. i xe oe *#e oe , 40 00 Hall iOla.ua. a<0 <aiU i *(K W.I ! 50 oo O te cuias.iai.ss.. ! 'K)iiO| 60 oo ; two oo ?afrTfcc abe vt rates win lie ?trlctlj ad baWfrtJ to. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ? Jaif-a 13vb j-adicialCirc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 October 1894

She Could Be Familiar Too. Mr. Justice O'Brien, when Attor? ney General, was once examining a countrywoman, and thus jtddressed her: "Now. Mary O'Connor, tell nie all you know." etc. The witness, casting an indignant look at her questioner, said with as? perity: "Mrs. O'Connor, if you plaze, Tether!" Tul-jar'OrlRih. The etymologist deals a blow to sentiment by showing that the moun? tain from which the Kearsarge took her name was originally known as Hezekiah Sargent's Mountain, from which the slovenly sr.e-ch of the na? tives evolved Kiah Sarge, then Kear samc. B* Uer f~r Feed. "Wheat grown In northern latitude*, produces much more seed than grain grown farther south. Intricate Process. A pair of gloves passes through neirly LOO hands from the moment the skin leaves the dresser's till the time when the gloves are purchased. Pam rah* st*;'a flam'. To mako our own Iron'iles the nMM of liilp'n? Via trouMes of ot herd is a noble e". 'ort foi- Kool. A well Illustrate 1 Instance ot ibis k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 October 1894

VOL. Vlf. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER 26, 1891 NO. 17. VIRGINIA AirD WEST VIRGINIA BETRAYED -OR A DARK MARRIAGE MORN. A Romance of Love, Intrigue and Crime BY MRS. ALICE P. CARRIST (BWTKi: XXXI. (Continued.) Tor an instant his eyes rested on Eu? gene with a stupefied sar pr ge and almost bewilderment; thea ho raised his anni over his head, and his two hands struck together with a sharp sound. At this terrible moment Corn seized the arm of Eugene, and threw him a look so pro? found, supplicating an.l tragic that it alarmed him, He roughly rushed her from him, eros-ed his arms, aud wilted the result. Tbe Senator walked slowly toward him. All at once his fa o became inflamed with a 1 tuple color, bis \i\ s half opened as if about to deliver some deadly insult. Ile ad\anced rapidly, his hands raised; but after a feu steps the old man sud? denly stopped, heit the air with both hands, as ii seeking some support, then stagger.'.I and fell forward, striking his head agaii st the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 October 1894

ULAND ItECOJlDER. rms: $1.50 a Year in Advance. isucel crerv VrU" \ f- K. MATHENY, lill un p Et tho Monterey postoiPre seconel class matter. rey V,a., Friday, July, 20 1804 pooiiATic Ticket, Congress?Tpnth District. ion. H. St. Geo. Tucker, of Augusta. i1 b< ai (ii ii \v Cl [] v, ,Wa? hrsident Cleveland v.ii e White House thia w presumed, although not yet ,in, timi; Mis Clever.rm1, and the ren will accompany him. te House luis been cleaned cellar to garret, a fon having been weir1:!::;,' from thc Ithe President and his family uti] Saturday night, to bright- \ j) things Cor the v, i on. ' . ' i cretan- Carlisle li ts almost con-!''. gd to deliver several speeches . alluna and New York* and the8* sure is so great that th oubt that he will in the end jed. It was u e he had objection to making speeches :>in? anything else th > aid th" democratic party 1 first decline 1 to mais - mt because he is very busy aud Bctsto continue so until after the ?tiiiij; o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 October 1894

Highland Kscoi.de: Advertising Rales. Uo.^al m-'?-!? &t l )c p^rlinc- for fir-, id. il leper linc for'each sal rrtiofc. T.aasiaat'advertisements inserted t .he r . j >t $1 per lock for first insertion aa ooe (ot each aabseqnent tasertio*. All advertisement* Tor a snorter period thoa th-. e? ai ntHs considered transient. Rates Vnrcc uioiiliis and over arc ;i - One nek. Two inches.. Tnne in .ie F?nr inc its.. Plvc inch s.. Quarter coi Hali cola ma.. .. Oat' coluinu.| 40 OC BOf Tue above rates v.ii kered to. a mos. ii mos. 1 vr, $ 8 <'u | $ 6 em ! $ s <h> 5 eo | sou j 12 oo 7 OO i 1* 00 I 18 Ot lfi (?o I 20 00 2V OO I 80 00 2S 00 1 ??? 10 oo 12 e/O 13 HO in uO La- I I rlctlj JiJ [OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. BS. Mcuan -J.C. Ma Jndge 13lh jsdicird Circuit.?lion. V. rn McLaughlin, Lexine'on, Va. Cossty Jadge.?Hos. 0. R rudd, ff sra Si rings, Va. Circuit and CsustyClev theny, Mssteray, Va. At'tsrnev for Cstnmon wealth.?] Stevhensoa. M sn te r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 October 1894

Dairy Shorthorn*. Mr. Lou^h, the skilled manager of the Birmingham Sewage Farm, has cot together an extraordinary good herd of over loo Shorthorns, which are said to h.ive given an average milk yield during thc past five years of 850 gallons each, says the English Dairy World. In 1891 the cows on the farm yielded no less than 14?,00fl gallons of rniik, and individual ani? mals, have given as much as 1,180,1,? 347 and 1,522 gallons ea li year, in fact, as many as eighteen <ows were found in one year to ex ced 1,000 gallons each, and In the second year there were seventeen that yielded more than that quantity. The Chicago policemen who took the field against the desperadoes who committed robbery and murder on the :Chicago. Milwaukee and St Paul Ballway tran anl captured them are entitled to the highest credit for the skill and energy of the pursuit and for the courage displayed in the hand-to-hand em ounter lead? ing ito the arrest. Two men who are walking arsenals are a fo...

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