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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 December 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. Viii. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., DECEMBER 7, 1894 NO. 1. ?ra atTCCT VIDfiTWri CHUB %ia. BY DAVID LOWRY. CnATTEK IV?Continued. A hush foll over tho crowd. "Wi 1 you .'ump again, Mr. Sloan?" Sloan turned on Hash angrily. "How high can you jump?" "Standing or running?" "Standin'." For answer Hash put his right hand up to his chin. "I don't bc! eve it." "Fut a stick up, a string, rail?any? thing," sa:d Hash, coolly. Perkins and Sloan held a rail about fo.ir feet oil the ground. Hash tamed his back to it and j n rape'J over it. The big man c'apped his banda They placed thc rail as high as his chin. He stood before it, then suddenly bounded high in thc air over it. The big man roa ed with laughter. "Now, Mr. Sloan," said Bash, "you try lt." Sloan jumped three times, but failed to come within three inches of the height Ba-<h Jumped. "How high can you kick?" demanded Sloan. "At lea-t seven feet " Sloan had Perkins hold a stick against a tree just that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 December 1894

?Highland Recohpek. Terms: SI.50 a Year in Advance. faaaued ererv Fridav evcninp bv W. H. IVC 1HENY, irox roi* a--st=> x -cs?sei.iE*?, Entered at the Monterey postoiPre as second class matter. Monterey V,a., Friday, Nov., 10 1894 When Congress l-e-asseniMed last Monday tbe defeated Democrat* who harl the courage to he in th-ir. aeata, did net hav* such lona faces. -They have come to the concludion that it is nseiess to grieve over ?'spilled milk" when they did the spilling. KeoresentHtive Cooper, of Flu.. thinks the proper way to fill the office of postmaster is to have him elected by the voters of his or town? ship, and he proposes to push a bill therefor. He is also strongly in favor of the adoption of some sys? tem of currency reform that will | give the needed elasticity to om i currency, either that proposed hy I Secretary Carlisle or something else upon which a majority can get to? gether. The Sugar Trust. The sugar scandal has raised i s ugly head again, and the sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 December 1894

Highland Recorder. Advertising Rates. *'*'-'*? ?> :i':a i. i u ;j.-r aac ior drat inser '?J* '?t-l a; #:r lia.* .or taco .aunsequcm Ut-I ora > i C.aiaJeiw adve-rnactn?.-[ii*> traoortcil J \l *PS i.a ,t $i per iala;a Tor urst uiba-ruon ?aa oOc for ead. SHufxr^ucau in nert ion. aU I ??v?rrUh.e.ncnvs ior rn auuricr penvnl than j t*r** iBOMoaa conaidi-raaii traaaliil. Katoa ' ?-?*-? iuoaihs ami over arc an follows: S tn??. ft moa. 1 vr. ??ne neb.| s ? UO | $ 5 oo | $ s uO ^woiowtaajo.| ? oo | 8 oo | la oo Xmta lacaato.j 7 oo | ia oo | ia oo 'astir !?*.<?%.] 10 OU | 15 OO | 20 OU ?ava: liWaK-a.| ia OO | 'JO OO | 30 00 ??> ?'la* aaa*. .. .. | 16 OO | .'* OO | aVO 00 aMaifi voil*.****. 'JO aM | a? OO | oO OO ? ae caaoraiuaa.| 441 oO | SO OO | loo (Hi nVav-Ta* ob*ve rates will bc strictly tavl trasveo io OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Jedp?13th judicial Circuit?Hon. \\ ni. Mai.aaghHu, Lexington, Va. County-ludge.?lion. 0. li. MoDan nald, Waria sri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 December 1894

A NOBLE FIGHT, AN EMINENT SOl'THEKN LAWYER'S l.O.NG CO.M'lilL'T WITH DI 8* EA!* E. T-arenty-tlTe Taara ol Prosperity, Adver flly nutt Suffering?The (.rent Vic? tory Won by Science Over a Stubborn Ditaenan*. (From the Atlanta, Ga., Constitution.) Foremost among* the best known lawyers and farmers ot North Carolin1, stands Col. Isaac H. Sugg, of Greenville, Pitt Co., nman who has been on tho edge of eternity and whose ltfe h.id been measured bj minutes, "It has beon twenty-two years 8in\*e I be? came a resident of this town " said Col. Sugg in telling his story to a reporter ; "oven then tho first symptoms of Gravel were as? serting themselves bot were slight. Gracia ally, however, my disease developed, and flglit it as I would it seemed to gain a Stronger foothold day by day until my misery was complete. For sixteen years I never knew what it was to bo freo (rom pain, not pain as an ordinary man thinks of it, but agonizing, excruciating, unendurable pain. Tortured from h^ad to foot, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 December 1894

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. Viii. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA, DECEMBER.,14, 1894. NO. 2. r_ .*? a r wifinAi Hiiffrir fltrtoKoa out of out ESSAGE. President Cleveland Discnsses the Nation's Affairs. FOR FREE COAL AMD IRON. Favors Repeal of the Differential Duty on Refined Sugar. Suggests a Divorce ol'trie Government anti the Hanks ?Exemption of Certain State Hanks From Taxa? tion on Circulation Recommended ? Pension Matters ?Our Foreign delations and the Condition of Our Governmental Deparlments. To tho Congress of tho Unite 1 States ? The assemblage within the Nation's logls lativo halls of those charged with th*; duty of making laws ror Uk* benefit or a generous ned free people, impressively suggests the exalting ohli^al fou anl Inexorable responsi? bility Involved in their task. At the thres? hold of such labor now to ho itndcrtaken hy the Congress of tho United States, anil io the discharge, o' an exeentr*7? duty enjoined hythe Constitution, I submit this communi? cation, containin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 December 1894

fjj_^ ~r-|SI ???IIISII ????SSMISIBSt-aaefaTaSMMIJL Highland Rbcoudsk. I Terms: SI.50 a Year In Advance. ("sued everv Fridav evening bv W. II. .aVE -? THENY, as: ros ^.^7z^> rv -vzz?zczzzzts,. Entered al the Monterey post oil'ce at second class mutter. Monterey V,a., Friday, Nov., 1G 1894 Thi? tainted Breckenridge's pro? posed lecture tour lia-* already en? countered a stumbling block. Mad? eline and a sherill have their eyes on the prospective box receipts. Deligate Uaw li ns, of Utah, has notified Secretary Wraith that if the Governor docs i ot remov, th Urah Indians from Utah the people will drivs them out by force. Ile saws be fears that an Indian -sar will be the outcome of the present difficul? ties, owing to the depredations ol the Indians, which, be says, have reached the unbearable: state. Tosuiaster-General Bissel in his annual report sounds the keynote to one of the greatest reforms in the postal service that has ever been proposed. It is, in brief, that the tun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 December 1894

IlGtalLYXl) ItEUOiiDEH. \lfaV:iatl| .laslaa-t. -* > ' i ?>>:, at 4 . t ,_? t.,- , ,_. ,ar tirst tn??:r '^}, vi J *?; p.f ,,. ,- (.-a.-a -uiscqatont lu? stres > i t.-tiaiii. *.#a,.ra.*i.si.-aa?? l.iausrted * ? f ? - >l ,? a >;r..?.l a* I ,,?,a ..lawr.iUll ?Oi Bats* lor caa.aa rata JaaSa^aKaa* i:iaallluil. .All *''*'>','*t><.l?'.aai? ia>. ? afS.a.'Dr pcl*a?a| than t*>ajr lafjusaaMsa CostMaScrajU trsuswaat. .<-*i.e-t tl?>S>-? ?4.iaits,,.i.)l.r:liv ??? nat,Oaf'*.: Ott* nee.... T***? ?? -lia? ?*.?<-? a.la,S . S*Ot*- .?; . ? ?*??? ll..* ? U" artaa, c., it.*,. casita %? Oua? c?t.?.,uai J IMWA. I ..?-? l yr. . I -?> St tai | S i W I ? -' IKI .j ? w? i f. tau I t J il.i ia ou i isl (Ml | Iii OO | **atP OO | , *o OO I taaW-l'*- -suave r?L?6 will be strictly ad "?0 la* lil ?J HO OO I 'JU oo i its oo l 5U OO io Ol JO IH 3...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 December 1894

Fee'ding "by Machinery. An electric horse feeder, ls a new Invention brought out by Mr. Alder son, of Chesterfield, for securing the regular feeding of horses during tho absence from any cause of thc stable? man or groom. The apparatus is de? scribed as being very simple, thc law of gravitation being depended upon to accomplish most of the work. The first requisite is an alarm clock, which should be good enough not to stop casually, but need not be expen? sive. Tho electric plant ls that needed for an ordinary electric bell, four cells of the Leclanche type of battery being suit clent for any dis? tance up to 200 yards. Thc third portion of the apparatus is the feed? er?that is to say, the vessel holding the corn and chaff, as the case may be. The clock, which is tho primo mover of the whole concern, may be In the house, the harness room or anywhere, but if it be more than 200 yards away from the feeder a more powerful tattery will bo required. To use the feeder, the first thing is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 December 1894

WK HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VM. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., DECEMBER 21, 1894. NO. 3. --.- - *.! I CHUB. A Romance of West Virffinia. BY DAVID LOWRY. CHAPTER VI?ContlnuotL ? Ja lilt: LAGGARD LOVER. Tho gossips did not get much satisfac? tion out of Dan Bash. They did find much to enjoy Iq talking about the preparations for (hub Daw? son's wedding. Tha preparations wore on a scale never attempted in that part of the country. Tho invitations wero so num -rous that thc people wondered whero Hank Dawson would put them all?whero they would And room to dance. Neither Mr. Dawson nor his daughter explained to the curious. As for Dan Bash, he bad nothing whatever to say concerning the airangements. "I leavo all that to tho Dawsons." ho .said when questioned. But ho had planned it all. It was tho schoolmaster, not the blacksmith, who calculated tho quantity of lumber lt would bo necessary to lay down for a dancing floor on the ground beforo Hank Dawson's door. It was Dan Bash who suggested ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 December 1894

Highland Hecokdek. Terms: $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued everv Friday evening by -w_ ia., lvi A.Ti-iE'isr'^:, jiio:-.-oM -s-iTaa sF*TjTa^x?aaiws. Entered at the Monterey poatofltre an second class matter. Monterey V,a., Friday, Nov., 10 1804 Ohrlstm*as. This is the last issue of the Re coRDLit that will appear in the year which is now so nearly finished, and when.the next issue reaches our readers they will have- had their us? ual holiday festivities^!)!*! will have entered upon a new year. We will not depart from the us? ual custom of taking oue week*uofF1 but our subscribers may.jje:-: early in the holiday week, a Holiday Suplement, entitled "Joyful Greet? ings"' which we trust will be appre? ciated: You will find?this sheet a very appropriate one for this season, be? ing chuck full of Chrhtni t* ? reel? ings and beautifully illustrated, the pictures being eq.in.llv appropriate. We reel sure that our readers will enjoy it. Wishing our subscribers ;-. happy Christmas and pence and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 December 1894

xIl&HLAND BBCfrRDBK, Adierlislnfl Rates. Local n-attct;* at 10c per li*e few first inser-. lom, ?nJ 3c P-t lin..* tor each sabtaaqajont in ert-aVon T**-/"*,is*.;at. *'.lTerti?enia;.i?? iitaitrteil * I ttr.tte of $1 per iueL t'or iitat Insertion ami 50a lor catch ??b6e<maicut insertion. All aaUvc-rticenicuta tor a skoncr period thwn tkrae mo ax lt* consiUertxl trsMM&t. Kales tdtece months anti ovor arc as follows: S mu*. I ai 06 i we 7 ?o IS co ?na neil. vto inched. Tlito* inchM... Fow lathes.... l*-iv? thtv-hj*. Oaiawttar et* .. Hidf colamn.. On* sols.tm.... ii* oa 15 oo I 2X> OO 1 -to OO* 0 WO*. *> 5 00 6 00 13 00 15 00 '20 00 28 00 i>8 00 60 00 1 yr. $ aS 00 ia oo 18 00 20 00 SO 00 40 00 50 OO 100 OO kJ-?tJ Tit*. aba>*/e ratals will he strictly ad? el ia. .' a. * OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?lion. Wm. McLaughaiu, Lexington, Va. County Jutlge.?iloj. 0. ll. KcDan nald. Wara Springs, Va...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 December 1894

'Tit Strange But Trite. We read of strange happenings au J results sometimes, Uko that of a mau who was <*aught by a revolving wheel and sothroshoJ against floor an I celling his body turriel blue from the bruises. A doctor writes of a man who foll irom n laddor and was covorei with bruises. Ho, tho doctor, applied Sr. Jacobs Oil; In the morion:,*, ho stys, all the blue spots had disappeared. There is tin other way of feeling blue till over, nnd that ls after th? enduranco ot pains and nch-w for a long time without relief. Use the great remedy for pain at once; it will euro and chango tho color of your woes. Keys mado of bronze and iron were in use in -Greece and Italy as early as the seventh century. There ls more Catarrh In this section of thu country than all other diseases put together, Mid until the last few years was supposed to bo Incurable, for a great matty years doctors pro? nounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, aad by constantly fatting to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 January 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vin. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 4, 1895 M). 5. |nannMTIA A Mil TOftST V f ROI NI A CHUB. A Romance of West Virginia.. BY DAVID LOWRY. CHAPTER VIII. cniB's RUSK. Chub tail ked tho most. She seemed to rogain her spirits sitting there with the people who prized tho companion? ship of Dan Hash. . "Was Dan Uko himself?just as he always was, Mrs. Hlggor?" "Just tho same, more'n ho was a blt Jlvolier. Natrally. Secln' as how it Was his-" "Did ho say anything about any ono? meeting anyono on th? road?" , "Why, no. Leastways, not asl hoord." Hank Dawson looked meaningly at his daughter. Chub did not notice tho glance*. "Did Dan over say ho had any par? ticular enemy In school?" "Why, no, child. Tho folks as didn't like Dan Hash didn't go to school, an' they didn't send their children." "Then thorc are folks that didn't like him?" "Hloss you, don't everybody know them Monks can't boar tho sight of him? And he hadn't not ;i mite of love for tho Monks. Tho hu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 January 1895

Highland Recorder. Terms: $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued every Fridav evening by "W. n. ?lvrA.xi^'E'isr^', ?as-otToi-a ^.wrD 2?-cr*sr.i*3-atx*jsse. Entered at th* Monterey postoJRee as second class matter. Monterey V,a., Friday, Nov., 1(1 1894 Give Us a Lift. Lend us a helping hand please. We propose to devote all of our time in trying to make the Re? corder what it should be, a live country newspaper, devoted to the interests of Highland County and her worthy citizens. With the help of our correspondents we start in with the new year, to give our subscribers the local news and from week to week improve the appearance of the paper tn many ways. We propose to do the work, and our subscribers must pay the money necessary to carry it on. It has long been a fixed fact thnt a newspaper can not be Condneted successfully without money. There are certain expenses which require the cash. These must be paitl or the paper will stop. The cash must be forthcoming from Borne quarter and as these...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 January 1895

Highland Recorder, Advaatrttstng fates. a\V*l*?rC's a.10j PWM?*S f??r first Inser ?^?, ani 3c yorlinxor earch subsequent in ?ernj.t. 'B/an.ie.it advertisement* iasertcd m'iAm^i of *l P?*??cll for first insertion ana 30t f?i ??ch awbstxiuent inse?tion. All aavaM-tieajintraVs for a shorter pernod than .nre,. moattka considered transient. Rates tkree months and ow are a% follows: n 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 yr. Z ?*?.I $ a 00 I $ 6 00 | $ 8 00 1 wohacheas. 6 00 8 00 ia 00 ?>?eaa> inahee. 7 00 12 00 18 Ol' 'o*x*s.*h'M. 10 00 ST4K laViKo*.j la2 t?0 Qaavtaareo; .j lg 00 Half cojnmn. 2() 00 be itt on 15 OO I 20 00 , 20 OO I 30 OO w ' 28 00 40 00 f0 38 00 50 00 Gae aoMkran.| 49 00 | 50 00 | 100 OO ?2sa"*-Th.e above rataa will be strictly ad? hered t?. _ g OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge taih judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. J MaLaughlin, Lexington, Ya. la County Judge.?Hon. C. it. McDan- | ^ naW, Warm Springs, Va. CiFcuU and County Clerk.?J. C. Ma theny, Mo?terey, Va. |IS Attorney for Commo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 January 1895

WOES OF DRUG CLERKS. Mistakes Made by Doctors, Blind Pre? scriptions, Troublesome Customers. "Doctors make mistakes In writing prescriptions," said a druggist to a Portland Oregonian man. "Some aro careless; otliers ewnnot spell. The pharmacist must not tell the customer who brings the prescription of this. The customer would either think the clerk a very Impudent fellow or lose faith in the physician. Another vexa? tious thing is the practice of quacks in making out prescriptions with several things in them that can only be pro? cured of the .-advertiser. We are often obliged lo ransack the store to satisfy theso customers. "Do you notice these silver threads among Hie gold?" asked the clerk as he pointed to a few white hairs among che ?lusterless brown ones that adorn his head. "Those silver threads are the re? sult of repeated and continual attempts to read prescriptions that contain only o slight clew to the intended meaning. Now, for Instance, what would you give a little miss ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 January 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. vin. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY ll, 1895 NO. (i. aTim-in TH lTTHlTl I fl V I CHUB. BY DAVID LOV'-RY, CHAPTER XI. ANOTHER SCKPRISU. "Well," said Tom Diggers, "this Is the gaul-darndest Idee ont yet." "I can't understand it," said Hank Dawson. "I do, dad." ! Chub spoko cheerily. It was wonder? ful thc pluck Chub Daveson displayed. Nothing could dash her bright spirits. Although upward ot forty-eight hours had passed since she had seen her be? trothed?he had met her at a neighbor's the morning of tho day set for their wedding?although ovo/ybody gave Dan Hash up for dead, or worse than dead If living, Chub's faith in him, her belief in his restoration to her, vras not les oncd an iota. "Dad! wo'ro all wrong. . Maybe lt isn't as we'd a right to think. Maybo some? thing else has happen?d to Dan. Tho Monks maybe ain't in it at all?or, least? ways, 1 believe Squatty don't know just now any more than wo do. Say, Squatty, where's the rest of your gang?" "'....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 January 1895

Highland Recokdek. Terms; fl.50 a Year In Advance. Issued every Fridav evening by "W. KC. Iv-dtA-TZiEIsrY, "?-OX X?Z*4 ^.iTI3 vtf^sz.asa'scaB'sa. Entered at the Monterey postofPce as second class matter. Monterey V,a., Friday, Nov., 18 1018 FROM WASHINGTON. The Carlisle Currency Refcrm Bill. Washington, Jan. 7. 1805.? Democratic skies are brighter jusi now than they have been for a year. The much talked about and much hoped fur getting together of Democrats seems at least to br in a fair way towards becoming an accomplished fact. The example of Senator Hill in going to the "NV bite House and resuming ; ant relation with President Cleve? land is being followed uv lesser leaders of the party in Congress. The first result of this getting to? gether of Democrats will be the passage by the House of tho Car? lisle currency reform bill, which will not be delayed much, if any, beyond the present week. It v.:;> lioticable that a better and more concilitory spirit was shew n Iv all...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 January 1895

Highland Recorder. Advertising Rates. l??Jat raelee, ac 10c poriint; for first inscr ??*>*. a ij %i pct Vben'ot ea.;., subsequent in *j'"tlji. T.aiiie:it aJvurl.laeina.-nts inserted * - ie r ut oi $t p.-r ia.h for first Insertion anal oOc for each Kubsequent insertion. AU advertisements for a shorter panta*! than three months cousidered transient. Rates taree mouths and over ave as follows: 3 mos. One nch.I $ .; 00 Two kachea.j 6 oo Thiee indies. 7 00 j Four inches.] io 00 Ki've inches.j 12 00 | Quarter coi . 15 00 I naif column. 2(> OO | One column.| 40 00 | JEirThe above rates will be strictly ad hered to. 6 mos. $ Ci oo 8 00 ia oo 15 00 20 00 2.S 00 88 00 50 00 1 vr. $ 8 00 12 00 ?JO 00 SO 00 40 00 60 00 loo OO OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?lion. C. lt. McDan nald, Waria Bprlnga, Va. Circa*! ari County Clerk.?Ja C. Ma takeoy, Moe .i ray, Va. Attair.iey for Commonwealth.?li. II. Stephenion. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 January 1895

MICHIGAN'S BENEFACTOR, AN OFT REPEATED STORY OP TRUF Villi,ANTI1R0PY. aVfcat Chits. II. IlnrUloy Hus Oona> tor Weetara Mic'ilgan. (From Grand Rapids. Mich., Evening Press."1 The most beautiful spot in all this city ls Inseparably assoeiatol with tho aamo of Bnckloy. Chas. H. Hackloy has beon In the lumber business hero continuously slnoe 1856. nnd In thnt tlmo has nraassod a fortuno which gives bim a rating among the wealthy menoftho nation. But with wealth there did not come that tightening of the pureo Btrlngs which la genera Hy a marked charac? teristic of wealthy mon. It ls no wonder then that the nimo of Charles H. Buckley la known nt home nnJ abroad. Hi9 munificence to Muskegon nlono represents an outlay of nearly half a million. For the past twenty years ho has been a constant sufferer from nouralgU an I rheumatism, a'so numbness of the lower limbs, so much bo that lt has seriously inter? fere 1 with his pleasure in Ufa For some time past bis friends havo noticed t...

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