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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 2 November 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. vii. MONTEREY, II1G11L\ND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 2, 1814 NO. 48. n f SEARCEY'S CONFESSION. BETRAYED ? OK ? A DARK MARRIAGE MORN. 1 Romance of Love, Intrigue and Ci inn TY -TaS. ALICE P. CARRISTO t-HATTI il XXXU1, f Continued.) Ile did not imeg no for a moment that ('cia would charge erself pt-Konally with the infliction of her vengeance; but she h d said, lo then remembered, that tbe h-aud would lo found, .Sha was rich eaoti h to find it, au 1 this hand might now 1 e heio. "Flo," he said, "let us w ilk a little falter, I 1 eg ci' you! I am cold.'' He quickened Lin steps, and resolved to rc', um to the house by ti;e public road. W hen he rea -hod Ibe ed^e of the woods, tlthongh he still thought he heard at in te.vnls the found which had a'armed him, he leaesured himself and assumed Ins i!ow ot' spirits as if a li*.ile ashamed ? vera of Lia pan c. Ile del ai Led 1-lcra to lcok at the pro Itsxt of the r walk. 'J his was a sm ill wall of io k over a h'gh excavation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 2 November 1894

Iighland Recorder. Terms: $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued everv Fridav evening bv IW- H. IV! A THENY, re red et the Monterey postofFre a? S second claris matter. monterey V,a., Friday, July, 20 1894 Democratic Ticker. For Congress?Tenth District. Hon. H. St. Geo. Tucker, of Augusta. Yost's Weekly and Our 'Casual Interview.' It is unfortunate, and a subject >erhaps of public regret that our Mother Editor of the above Jour? nal does "not receive the HIGHLAND Recorder as an exchange." Oth ?rwise he might keep better posted tren in matters appertaining to his wn party: and at least, be more-re? ne in his avowed effort to disenss 5rny what relates to facts," and to rrite a long article with the aim imply to "correct a cardinal error. nd for no other purpose." Now this "singlenessof purpose" txplains why other and, as we nought, more important features >f that "interview" were overlooked |>y our neighbor. We understand t now. Absorbed with this high turpos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 2 November 1894

i fsiis.i iii Bil il mi ? irani Highland Recorder. Advertising Rates. ;..->; ii *otlc*s \ . 1 ?c ?>; Inc for first mser i8i il Vj p?r linei'or tavh sttbsequamt in? ertial. T aasleat .advertisarina-iiti; insertfil t ahe t ..i ol' *i. ocr nub ,or rirst insertion ao uOc tor each suoseaaucnt insertion. <mi ndvar i>.-ti,nts far a shorter period than tbice a nths considered transient. Rates tnr-jc .ai^aiihs and over arc as follows. 3 mos, 6 mos. 1 vr. One neb.| $ 3 00 | $ 5 00 | $ 8 00 Twoittcbci.I 5 OO j SOO 12 00 Thi e In .tia;'.| 7 00 | 12 00 18 Ol' Four iuc les.i 10 00 j 15 00 | 20 00 Five inches. 12 00 j 20 00 | 30 00 Quarter co", .. .. j 15 OO 28 00 | *0 00 Halt volumn.I 20 00 38 00 I 50 00 One column.| 40 00 50 00 | 100 00 fesT-The above rates will be strictly ad? hered lo. ^OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge lSth judicial Circuit.?Hon. W m McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. C. lt. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk....

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

A WOMAN'S HEART. ONE DISEASE THAT BAFFLES TH* PHYSICIANS. *Ih* Story ta! a Womnn ^Vho Suffered lor Nine Years?How She Was Cnrpcl. (From the Newark, X. J., Evening Newel) On the summit of a pretty little knoll In the heart of the villas,'! of Clifton, N. J., stands a handsome residence about which cluster the elements of what la regarded by the country people round about as little short of a miracle. The house is oceupiol by tho family of Mr. Goo. Archer, a former attache of the police department of New York City, but who now holds a responsible position with tho Standard Oil Company. Mr. Archer's family consists of his wife, a sprightly little woman, who presents a pic? ture of perfect health, and a son, twenty seven years of age. No one would suppose to look at Mrs. Archer now that sho was for nearly nine years, and less than two months ago, an invalid so debilitated that lifo was a burden. Yet such was the oas*, according to the statements made by Mrs. Archer and her relatives to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 November 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDS vol. vu. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 9, 1894 NO. 40 I mimim T/TT T TITI ?.Ht- OLD COUNTRY CIRCUS. Hew dear to my h?art is the b'.ovt of my child- I hood, The old country circus tay toyhood ilry-i j kuo*-; lu these days ot three rings, or hippcdromes, railroads; i How fond recollections p-.-es?nt t'uoe to \ le For weeks while tho pcs.ers cn fouc s ai il church she ls Portrayed to my eyes the eceacs tba- should | ba, r-'o soft thrill of love, no throb of snail icn, Has equa ed tho hllsi 1 f,'iiiiad d:oa:iung of i hf e: Ihe ola country i Irons, the i-l:al>l y old e'reus. The vnnd'riug old elrcus my noyauoi days know. How fail hf il I worked iu tbowuvs that ire sen ced To earn the few ] e.mies my ticket should buy I No to 1 was ro swt-i-tcnod?uo reward so stupen? dous >*o uiuer e'er chorished his hoard ai did f. How fair stiiuj tie eua cn ibo glad day ap- j pointed' How rifo with ?trai go bustle the 3'eepy old i town: Ard when o'er the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 November 1894

t)l'"'? I I 1 'Highland Recorder. Terms: $1.50 a Year in Advance. leaned ererv Fridav evening by "vt*, ii. ivr A*r"EiE]sr^r, intered at thc Monterey postofflce a? second class matter. Monterey V,a., Friday, July, 20 1894 Methof.ist Statistics.?In view of the approaching meeting of tlie Methodists Conference in Charlotts ville the following will be read with tspecial interest: The first Methodist church in America was founded 128 years ago October 30th in the sail lot at 120 "William street, New York. The congregation grew slowly until 1S18 the present church in John .street was erected and dedicated. .Among the relies in possession of thc congregation are the altar rail? ing of the church in William St., -original pulpit chair, the two [ndlesiicks first used in the pulpit the John street edifice, the sub Jription book, with the amounts liven entered in the handwriting f the original members of the tefhodist church in Amerdoners, [nd the old class book, in which Che members of the co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 November 1894

IIighlakd Recorder. Advertirwrrf Rates. L,???l ?o>tlee* at 10c per tine for firat inser ioa, -Mit ."Sc per line f?r",aj|ich sul>se<yuent ir.* arttcaaij. T "anaieat J atlTertiaements inserted t tac r tte of $l per inch for first insertion aila. 60c for each eu Usc qm-nt insertion. All advertisements fer a shorter period than thi ce m atlas considered tranbtent. Kates etwee months and over are as follows: One n^h. Two inches... Thi.e indies. Four inc ICS.. Five inches... Quarter c>'. Half colman. Oae column.. S **oe. 6,moe. 1 jr. t 1 (M) 1 $ 5 00 MO i 8 00 7 00 12 00 10 OO I 13 00 12 00 j 20 UO ic oo as oe 20 00 j 38 00 40 00 j 50 00 BtV-The above rata* will be strictly ad kcred to. 9 8 00 IS 00 lt. .... 20 00 30 00 40 00 50 00 100 00 ^OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hoe. 0. R. McDan nald,,; Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J, C. Ma? theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 November 1894

Hard Tim?*. It ls not merely th-i fact that a million men are said to bo out ot work with conse? quent loss of time, plao3.ini moasy, that makes the times seem to toujjh, but there aro other aggravations superaJded, growin ? out of tho willful u?gloct ot so many, that make the times seem hard, indee 1. ll bet? ter limes were at hnud and goo J places open to all that aro now i Ile, there aro thousands who would betot-.tlly untlt to go to work by reason ot the neglect of som. infirmity which totally unfits thom to accept a prof? fered chance. What better opportunity could there bo to get their physical condi? tion in gool snap j than tho euforced idle? ness gives them V To do so is making profit out of misfortune; not to do so is mukiug lurd times so muc.i harder. It is poor logic to make anything bad grow worse, au I it id uo economy at all to save cx-.ons-j by aaerl Hoing health. A min wants "brawn, muscle nnd brain in as B..::.rly a perfect condition as is possiblo, to gain a victo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 November 1894

aataaMaaaaaaaatalataaaMac -wa? HMMM.^ g^iai iii ni?, ? ii < i iii' aaiaa HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vu. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 1(5, 1894. NO. 50. _?? amvK navr:T?vat? "Down thc Green Lane She is Coming.;? Down tho green lane sho is coming, Alanna, graceful and fair; Tho blue of the skies. Within her bright eyes, The midnight within her dark hair; O Alanna maehree, the sweet eight of thee, A leap of the heart it giv 2th to me! Down the green laue she is coming, Alanna, with voice like a bird; The mavis is still, The river and rill Such music thoy never have heard ; O Alanna machreo, the sweet voice of thee, A leap of the heart it giveth to me! Down the green laue she is coming, Alanna, with smiling so sweet; The daises, deep rod. Leap up from their bed. To fondle her white little feet: O Alanna maehree. tho sweet smile of thee, A leap of the lu-art it giveth to me! ?Jennie E. T. Dow in Century. A FREAK OF FATE. Crash ! went thc delicate china flow? er dish on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 November 1894

Minil^ll^j^iro^i^iMBMiaMMWMMiB, uni "Highland Recokder. Terms: $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued every Prldav evening hy "W. H. XJZ* THENY, xs: roil ^.i?Z5 3f trrs^isxixira. ?mered at the Monterey post oil5 ce a? second class matter. Monterey V,a., Friday, Nev., 10 1894 Ejection in Hlghlad. A moiv quiet election hns liol | been held in Highland for years| khan was last Tuesdoy'a election, a prominent feutnre of which was th-' absence of all questionable means of influencing voters io cast their ballots in favor of or agajnst any particular candidate, each be? ing left to exercise his right of sui! rai^e according to his own pleasure without interference anon the part pf any one. Many persona have expressed their approbation of the Wall or. Election Law, while a few condemn features of it. It is true that some j of our people lost their votes liv not i sci al ching their tickets properly; but they will profit by their expo, rience and will do better next ti nie. The voters here thould ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 November 1894

<Gfi?art:ai * fia., a *j? ? i' * > ??.- -s i i ?? , ?.- 'Or rtr?t iitsar- I t- 11 ' > -.- a? j' ??? .???i^n.*i. >l? e"\(| ffittaiau. .fia ni*.kW ia<tu"tr4 t ,.?^, ... I tl ????' laner.aoa bm. at rn a^.. .? .< ,.i ?. i?* ?t?,a. .-.a fifiVt t> ... . ? ?> ? ? I Kl ? ????! ll.* I i;???.?? 4 *~ $ i,.a....... ? t ?.?....t. kaiea a?a-vt>AOu.MIMJUti.l ? m9 ...'.'i'll t lAOt ? au*. I ?r. ?*? nv?k. a ? . ? i a . ia> i ? ? <)v T??oW?ji;.?. ? uj | * *; j it 1)0 "8*?i.# rn w.j , v.a | Iv a*J la U ? JJo?i aa* ea.i Ifi o? I .1 IO I a.? 00 Kite .s.e.*.| 1? . fi | -? i?i I ?* 00 lia.rt %-j. .. .. ?? Ut. i a a : ?. ot* ta-.i. a%4utfi.| ita fifi i .*')?-, ao lo Oa.: e^ifiuaa.I ta, i.a ': 3.1 #J ! I*'-1 y. t# ? ? ai*.v raaM wat) ? ? tarica.>- a. OFFICIAL[MVECTOBY. JttdjalaSh ju lie i'Vi rircuit.-B.au. War ala1 .?.;?*?, Lfili?a(t?fit, Va. CfitaatJ Judg*?ito* C. A. MeDafi at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 November 1894

A Great Man Avenged. "Do you love lifo" as'red tho bis roan as he kicked up the sawdust and fell heavily into a chair at one of the pinoch e tables. "I suppo e I do," said the quiet Ger* man who kept the place. "Well, then, bring- rae a schooner ol beer, and if there s a collar on it you don t get a cent, too?" Tho big man drank tho boer at one dripping gulp and th -n glared unstead? ily around the room at the Bock beer pign, the announcement of tho ^'chwa ben picnic, the steel engraving of (Ger? mania and the picture of Bismarck. "\\ ho's that gazaboy?" "He is te ghivat Hsma-ck." "<Jroat nothin'. Ho .un t in it. That's what he ain't." Tho proprietor looked at the icepick, and then he changed his mind. "Haf a peer," said he. "I'll go you " sa d the big man. Ho accepted a third and fourth. On the eighth he fell asloc-p over tho table. The quiet (ierman went to the door and called in a heavy policeman. "Here s a gcot cigar," 6aid he. 'Take him in. Hes peen disorderly. I ap?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 November 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. vic. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 23, 1894 NO. 51. CHXJBo A Romance of West Virginia. ?> - BY DAVID LOWRY. (HATTER I. -rn". FIGHT av -nu: CORWrns. "Touch liim! l'ut a finger on him ll yon dare! I'll put a bullet through tho first man who makes a move." '1 ho crowd fe 1 back before Chub's flashing eyes. , Every man ibero knew she would shoot as quick as sho would look or speak. Chub. Dawson hold ber head erect, dc liant: her 1 own heaved with emotion. Her banda clutched her rifle with a tenso grasp th ? t afforded an outlet for tho passion that blazed out In the defiant threat that cans d those nearest her to recoil in dread. "You are a lot ol cowards. A great set ot 1 ig. hulking loafers, to set on one Juan. If lie bad a fair show?as be will have ?he'd w li p Ihe best man your crowd can pick to ssl up against him. I want you t i loavo bim. C.it, now. If them's any sho din' done now, I'll take a band In it myself." "Sho! now, Chub, you'd ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 November 1894

IllGHLAND ReCOKDEK. Terms: $1.50 a Year ia Advance. Issued crerv Friday evening bv "W_ Ii. *fvT ^ TKCElSrY, ?ai roj? .A.*tT-*-> -ptj--si_ss-c-:e:i*. ptered at the Monterey po?iolt*fe a? second class matter. lonterey V,a., Friday, Nov., 1G 1?(J4 Washington Letter. Washington, Nov 15th 189 i-. The democratic Senators and ile) sentatives who have been in Vashington since the election have Erith one or two exceptions talked n a manner that indicated the prof. r stint. Their greatest desire, the;. ave said, is to allow the past to est, and to have the democratic )arty take afresh start by getting ogether in Congress and adopting ome legislation that will help the ;ountry and incidentally the dein icratie party, :n 1894. dust ulna egislation shall he acted upon is a question that will determine wry oon how deep this anxiety for pur y harmony goes. The idea I have leard most generally expressed b) emocrats is that Senators ami tvt-p eseutatives should nut co ai um heoiselves to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 November 1894

Highland Uiscokdbk. Atfrartisinf Itrstea. >..??:.' i)-.i;.-9 i. uc .j.r ,mc for first in-*er- . '?*. aul j- pjr .la.* .'or each ^unsequcnt >u ??'d>i 1'initi, edMcrtieenxatf inserie*! * ? >? f i.; >f ,,i pet-iticst fo* ii*<t insvriioa i and 50c f?r each ?ii>a^uciu iaacrUoa. \U ' avdvcriiseiacat* l'?r a snorter pcao<l then tares month* esmaidcred Irenau-at. Kates taree is-juths ?aU ?ttr arc ia*- i'oIIovm: a in?a. a mos. 1 yr. ?ne nc*i.| $ 3 OO | $ 5 00 | $ ? OO Twi)incbes.I 1 Uti { ? OO I- OO ??Utcc inebsa.| 7 ?<> i l-' oo j i*> o> faur lachea.| 10 00 I 15 00 > 20 00 five in ch ea.j Xii 00 | 30 00 I 30 00 Quarter aol .. ..I 15 OO | t4? 00 j 40 00 Malt column. 2? 00 | af* OO I 50 OO ? ne caiman.| 40 00 | 50 OO | ISO 00 ***-The above rates will be strictly ad ItsrsO lo. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13lh judicial Circuit.?Hon. W m McLaughlin, Lexingt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 November 1894

Good Reason. An exchange reports tho sarcastic saying of a master o! elocution who wae instructiti},' an unusually dall pupil. "When you have finished your lec? ture/' said the teacher, "how grace folly and leave the platform on tip? toe." The pupil was very dull, tatt not so very dull as not to fee) surprised at this last remark. "On tiDtoe?" he said. ??Yes," answered the teacher, "so as not to wake the audience" A Better Boheme. A Yankee is going to try to cross the Atlantic in a ten-foot boat. A better scheme would be to buy ooo or those six-foot boxes that the un derta ers sell, and cross the Styx, lie would arrive at his inevitable destination sooner and more com? fortably.?White River Journal. 'Twould Kill a Modern Man. A Roman soldier, in marching order, carried sixty pounds of weight 'and was expected to march four roil'1- an hour for six hours a dav. Tired, Weak, Nervous "I was trouble 1 with that tirol sn] all gono feeling, had no appetite, hal a ooiigii and asthmatic symp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 November 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vn. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 30, 1894 NO. 52. TWO DOROTHYS. UV MARQARKT .IOHN80"?. LITTLE maid with downcast eyes. And folded hands and serious face, Who walked sedately down the street, Her dainty drttfl all smooth and neat, Each curl and rlbhon in Its place; A dove-like maid with brow demure, Heneath her bonnet's shady brim, Wlio quiet sits within the pew, And gravely reads tho service through, And joins in every hymn; |Tlm gweetcst maid that could be found From Cuba to thc Bay of Fundy; A flower, tho loveliest that springs, A saint, an angel without wings? That's Dorothy on Sunday. A little maid, In breathless haste, With glowing clucks and tangled hair, AV ho racei up and down the street. And with her skipping, tripping feet I> here, and there, and everywhere; A saucy maid, with cap askew Vpon her rumpled yellow curls, With (winkling fe 't and chattering tongue, And breezy skirts above her swu ig In swift, ecstatic whirls; The me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 November 1894

[Highland Recorder. Tsrms: $1.50 a Year in Advance. I Mu ed ererv Friday evening by "W. H. KI h THENY, 5B13SX rpaa a.std rtjai.:s:-:ER. Entered at the Monterey postoirVe ac second class matter. Monterey V,a., Friday, Nov., 16 1891 j Dem ociats are doing more think? ing than Unking these days, and ! one of the results is a proposition ! that meets witn much favor among the few democratic Congressmen wnp have reached H'ashington. This proposition is in the nature of h suggestion to President Cleve? land, that he omit from his mes sage to Congress all financial rec omendations, except that a mone? tary commission be authorized by Congress, to he appointed hy the President, wh ch shall make a thor? ough investigation of our entire fi? nancial system and report what ought to be done. This proposi? tion is in the interest of the party harmony and is backed by two mem hers of the caionet?Secretary Moi? ton and Attorney-General Onlev and some influential Congressmen: but as President Clevel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 November 1894

UiO ILIAC AaUtfltlJltft. tsi?.liei^ Maa. * ?:i t ?. : v i I ?: p:l nc '?>r lirsi instr Kl, ul >.'?:,' 4 Jr cte i#.i??^*K?t in erti ? i 4 iiiiii ** -. i..?-? -a. ns* ??.-,e*-te<t t ex. .- tj it ?:ru I ar nae laseetfee Miu? t a.* a ??? ?. it%<tStoa. .u aa* >i,i ? a - a ? >?'uf ^i?.j-i taaa ismcv >? o a .uiMiK* ti aaa tc ii a. *:?u-* i.0 j e?? <-*i' ?? ? ??? ?* e,l?eas. ? i. ?? ? ? Wt. J rr. L.i? ? o . i ? ? t < , ? u?/ I M Uti T.*.. <; ? ?.i ? a i * o?< i n up Ct ? 0 I ? ..... j ? ' I I 4 *t> | t? Ol t?a 9 ?.i 0 -I ?????? I *>? <*, ???r OO V .| o. ? ? ?> -?? I -i-> U?' <>??? ? .... ?? -0 t -tl III Ul Ou, ii e ... 1 :? us- l ?? ? ? I *0 ??' e>.?(0-o??.I a?. ?,? | t,ii o?> | te>? ot jb> ia ? ???* re*a? w*l be Stricta* ad OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Jeigg If...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 November 1894

WHAT NEXT? Ifew York Soon to ITaVe a Forty ?Storj? Bnildln-ft Tho lofty b illdinga now in existonco In our cities aro as infants to grown men, as compared with tho edifice^ in contemplation, -ays Dem irest'l Marga? rine. Among other massive fabrics, a l\?w York nows; apor company has bo fjun tho orection Of an oftieo building, Which ia to contain forty stories, and ts to rise to the height' of 400 feet. Swift and power.'ul pneumatic ele? vators are to furnish access to tho many floors. Each elevator is r up posed from its construction to be abso? lutely safe; its fall, woro sucli an event possible, being rendered harmless by air cushions at tho bottom. A bu hi? ing of 6uch a height manifestly could not rest upon regularly constiuc ed walls of masonry. Therefore tho archi? tects have devised a sy=tom of into:** bolting of the interior fabric so that the whole frumework is entirely inde* pendent of the cutor walls, the mass of the floors and supporting columns rest? ing upon deep sunk...

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