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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 March 1893

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. vi. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MARCH 24, 1893. NO. 17. ,1 ii I ? i .- /aaa. nABtf OtJAPTTQ VIEG1NIA NOTES. Where wind-flowers to the kissing wind Po bend their dainty leaves, And gold of cheery coladina Doth mock the August sheaves ? "Where blua bells, elfin marriage-bells, Ring out their tiny chimes? Thee will I baste me in the Spring, To fashion fratrraut rhymes. There will I haste me in the Spring, My lovely lady's charm to sing. Oh! Lady mine, what wind-blown flower Hath half thy way ward grace? What blossomad gold ww e'er so bright As that which crowns thy face? What bine bells but thine eyes would shame And make with envy pale? Thou art more fair than gracious Spring E'er drest a Winter vale. Then haste thee, haste thee, pretty Spring, That I may prove the truth I sing. " ?Amelie Rives Chauler, in 0.;c3 A Week. AT LONE MOUND STATION. BY TOM P. MORGAN. OOD-BYE, Hal!" tbe conductor called from his perch in the turret of thc yellow ca booso of freight ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 March 1893

ftj_ JL_._ Highland Recorder. Terms: $1.50 a Yea in Advance. Issued every Friday evening by W. II. Matheny. * EDITOR euaA UBL1SH15R. ?Entered at the Monterey posto.Pce as> second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday Mar 21 1893 Can We Restrict Immigration. This is it question long since "cut and dried," but for all that we could have asked one of less per** . plexity if not of less gravity just at this time. Are our present im? migration laws of tne Mede and Persian type? Must we forever allow other nations to back up to .our shores and dump into our terri? tory a horde of beings whose pres? ence will probably effect the char? acter of our population and the preservation of our institutions'-'' We at one time believed we could absorb tne immigration coming to our shores and soon mould the for? eigners into good American citi? zens. That was when they came from the more moral classes ol Europe; came to make homes among us; enjoy our liberty and free institutions. They came ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 March 1893

LxGULASD LlECOKDEIi. Advertising Rates. Koeal notices at 10c pet linc for first inser? tion, and 3c per line tor each subsequent in? sertion. Transient advertisements inserted nt the rate of $1 per inch for first insertion and 50c tor each subsequent insertion. All advertisements for a shorter period than three months considered transient. Kates for three months and over are as follows: 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 vr. $ 3 00 j $ 5 OO | $ 8 00 One inch. Two inch.-*. 5 OO j 8 00 12 00 Thtee inches. 7 00 12 00 18 00 Pour inches. 10 00 15 00 20 Ol' Five inches. 12 00 20 00 30 00 Quarter coi .. .. JG OO 28 00 40 00 Half column.. .. | 20 00 38 00 | 50 00 One column.| 40 00 | 50 00 | 100 00 23""f*The above rates will be strictly ad? hered to. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judjje 13th Judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. "Mclaughlin. Lexington, Va. County Judge.- Hon. C. R. McDan nald, Wannbprings, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J: C. Ma? theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. II. (stephenson. Monterey, Va. She...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 March 1893

I? . T l&j'Emhant Brooklyn Divino's Sub Eamon. day atalijret: MCH?B?lng tliO Jorilnn." (De liv. red at "Detroit, Mich.) TEXT: "And the priests that bare the arh of the cove ant of the. Lord stood firm on dry ground in the midst of the Jordan, and all the Israelites passed over on dru ground, until all the people wen passed clean over Jordan."?Joshua iii., 17. Washington crossed the Delaware when crossing was pronounced ino possible, bur. he did it by boat. Xerxes crossed the Hel? lespont with 2. OX), OW) men. but he Hi I it by bridge. The Israelites crossed the Rsi Sea, but the same orchestra thit celebrated the deliverance of the one army sounded the strangulation of the other. This Jordanic passage differs from all. There was no sac? rifice of human life?not so much as thf loss of a linchpin. The vanguard of the host, made up of priests, advancal until they put their loot al the brim of the river, when im mediate'.y the streets of Jerusalem wera no more dry land than t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 March 1893

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vi. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MARCH 31, 1893. NO. 18. EAST Ea Easter, smile o' the year! Bringer of mu-icand flowers'! Easter, w hose skies are clear With spring days' lengthened hours! AV hat shall we say that is new? What shall we sing that is old! Sermon or sonnet or chant Gilding reflnded gold. Yet, Oh Brightness returned, Well may I glorify thee! Never the world agaiu Sunless and chill shall I see. Ouickened from clay, the reed Springs from the glow above; Up from my heart has leaped The shining lily of love. Peal, Oh carillon, peal Every change to be heard I Sing in th9 chapel, choir! Trill in your meadow, bird 1 Thou who kneelest in church (Thy thought from earth apart) My Easter offering, love,? To the altar of thy heart! ?E. Irenoeus Stevenson. THE OLD WELL SWEEP, UT HELEN FORREST (i RAVES. Ol' ain't goin' to take that well sweep, away, J o t h a in?t h e well sweep that wes there when I was a baby? Don't do it, Jotham? don't I" Squire Scdgiok b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 March 1893

UiGiiLAM) Recorder. Terms: $1.50 a Yea in Advance. Issued every Friday evening by W. ll. Matheny, * EDITOB IlLlSHIiK. Entered at tho "Monterey postoll'cc an second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday Mar 31 1893 Curtailing Expenses. Economy is the' watchword in (every department of the govern? ment and it will not be changed as long as democrats are in control. One of the very first things that President Cleveland impressed upon the minds of the members of his Cabinet was that each of them should be liberal in the use of the pruning knife in cutting off sine cures and useless employees under them. Something has already been done in the cutting off line, but what has been done is as nothing ?when compared with what will be dene. President Cleveland wishes the heads ot the departments to an ticipate the findings of the Con? gressional joint commission, which has already organized, for the pur? pose of investigating the work of the government'departments, with a view to a reduction in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 March 1893

1 Ki ll LAND HKCOUDEKs 'UM is ,-.y v.- ig* ? .-ayW. - sssofaa,^* Advertising Rates. Local notices ut 10c per line for first inser? tion, and oe per line for each subsequent in? sertion. Transient advertisements inserted Svt thc rate of $1 per inch for first Insertion and ouV lor each subsequent insertion. All advertisements for a shorter period than three months considered transient. Kates for three mouths and over arc as follows: 3 mos. 0 ..-.os. 1 yr One inch..-.| $ 3 00 | $ 0 00 5 OO 7 OO 10 00 12 00 15 00 Half column.j 20 00 One column.j 40 00 I 50 00 fc3r-The above rAtes will bc strictly ad hcrcd to. Two inches. Thiee laches. Four inches.. Five inches... Quarter coi 8 00 IV! 00 15 00 20 00 US 00 38 00 $ S 00 19 00 1? OO 20 00 30 OO 40 00 50 00 100 00 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. .fudge 13lh judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. (.'. R. "McPan nald, \> arm Springs, Va. Circuit and Count}-Clerk.?J: C. Ma tiieny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Comm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 March 1893

Anchor Ice. t the "anchor ice" by which the Steamer City of Boston was imprisoned lin the Thames River, at Norwich, ia one ot the strangest of wintry phenomena. .It goes by various name?. Weat-of New 'England it is known as "slush ice," and -abroad it ii filled "ground ice." It ia not formed upon the surfao of water, -bnt coliects on the beds of streams. 'This is the most remarkable thing about .it. Many theories have betn advanced to account for ita formition. One scien? tist claimed that it was the result of ra? diation of heat from tbe river bed, and '.that it was deposited na th 2 same prin? ciple as dew. Another Stoutly main? tained that it was produced hy litt'e spicuirc of hoar irost failing from the atmosphere into the water. The most acceptable hypothesis, how? ever, is that tne whole body of water in which it hs found is thoroughly chilled by a mechanical action of the currents of the stream, and that tne anc dor ice then naturally forms on the stones and other rough bodie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 April 1893

HIGHLAND vol. vi. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 7,1893. NO. I'J utrhtnta MOTES. OUFl ANfJEl 3. We lore to tbtnk they linjer with Ub still, That wheu our souls are full of longings deep. They come about us at their own sweet will And steal iuto our being, soft as sleep. "Shall they not eoma whos9 sympathies .were ours. The friends wo loved most tenderly and true? "Whose graves are fresh ?ith spring's (drat offered flowers And benedictions of the stumier dew? "We long have kept the ?hatubei's of our hearts Garnished and swept wits sacred care for them, And memory hoard?, m year by year depart*, Their love and friendship as a precious gem. "We" may not see them with our mortal vision. Nor hear the music they have just begun; Pt ill they may come to speak of fields V.lyuiao, Ot guide us to them vt-lieu our work is done. "Spirits intangible?we know they cornel When our life tumults for a moment <ease; They speak to us, although their lip> are '1'iuib, And th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 April 1893

? inm?miwul? ?? inisjiiTn Highland Kecordek. Terms: $1.50 a Ye* In Advance. Issued every Friday evening by W. II. Matheny, EDITOB PUBLISHER. Entered at the Monterey postoiP^e a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday Apr. 7, 1*>93 I A Correction. In our issue of March 3rd, wc published an article criticising the proposition made by the Southern Bell Telephone Company to busi? ness men interested in a telephone line between Monterey and Staun? ton, lt seems that in drawing our conclusions as to the advantages set forth in a subscription list sent out by that company we miscon? strued its true meaning and gave ns our version that if anything should be lost the subscribers would be the losers, but if any amount was gained they were not to share in it. This statement inadvertently made was erroneous and the pur? port of the subscription paper, which we now believe fair enough is as follows: The people to be benefited by the enterprise will show their faith in the success ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 April 1893

1 igiilam) llEOOitDEKs **" *? S|r|l~lrS*Saf?asS?^. Sra SSS r I -1-?.-.- ,**?-^~-?~"r ?J.??W ti'*"1.1?* ' Advertising Hates. Local notices nt 10c per line for first inser? tion, and 5c per line for each subsequent in? sertion. Transient advertisements inserted at the rate ol' $1 per inch for first insertion and 50c for each subsequent insertion. All advertisements for a shorter period thau three months considered transient. Kates for three months and over ave as follows: 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 yr. One inch. Two inches.... Three inches.. Four inches... Five inches.... Quarter col . Half column.. One column.... | 3 00 I $ 'r CID 5 00 8 00 7 oo ia oo 10 00 15 00 12 00 I 20 00 15 00 j 28 00 20 00 | 28 00 40 00 i 50 00 fj#-The above rates will be strictly ad? hered to. $ 8 00 12 00 18 00 '.'0 00 30 00 40 00 50 00 100 00 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13tli judiciaLCircuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Ya. County Judge.?Hon. C. R. McDan nald, Warm springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J: C. Ma? th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 April 1893

There ls mme catarrh in this section of the country than all other, diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. P'or a great many years doctors pronounced it a IochI disease, and prescribed local remedies, ami by constantly failing to cure with locnl treatment, pronounced it 'in? curable. Science baa proven catarrh tobe a constitutional disease and t itrefore requires constitutional treatment. Hali's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, ls tho only constitutional cure on tho market, lt is taken Internally in doses from 10drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directl) upon the blood o nd mu cons rrarfacee ot' the system. They offe:*C100 for any case it fails to cure. Send forcli'culais aud testimonials. Address - . -'? J. Chkhby St Co., Toledo, 0. ""a* bold by Druggies, Voe. . The more your enemy hates you the harder you can hit him with Irindnoss and love. Ladles needing a. tonic, cr children who want building up...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 April 1893

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vi. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL H, 1803. NO. 20. nr i linn rnflR WOMEN DROWNED, I * CABLE SPARKS. SOMETIME, SOMEWHERE, Ne'er tell as that all the endeavor We make shall bring fruitage never; That there's no such place as heaven. That sinners cannot be forgiven, That sin, like the wound on the Anger, May heal, but the scar will yet linger, Nor vanish through years or tears. The answer speaks never to doubt u-', Endeavor reaps harvests about us; "Whjle happiness comes to the musse?, And Are may restore wilted grasses, When wrong to the stubble field's righted. It blooms as it ne'er had been blighted, A meadow of fragrance for years. ?Edward S. Creamer, in Nsw York Sun : a modern Invention. BY MRS. Iff. L. RAYJSE. HE telephone rang briskly in Mrs. Howard Bascomb's pleasant home, and stepping to it, she received this mes? sage from her hus? band: ?'Hello! Is that you, Lottie? I've concluded to leave for New York this doou. The boy is on the way to the ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 April 1893

Ternis.: fcl.50 aX*>a ,(n ."^?RSJ?* fc \$.t. H. f&l|lcUf., rv;;fii^::^. j ?sKflt?r>jd r.1 the M^i.tferey p'.?sto:l',i;c %.?? second ojj^ fj.ar.er. j< ^Lo.NTKurv, Va., Friday Apr li Ujlfl Replanting Our Forests. About twelve years ago the Gov? ernor of Nebraska, by request of .the Board of Agriculture, appoint? ed the second Wednesday in April to be observed and known as Ar? bor Pay. P.irents and teachers of public schools were urged to en? courage all children under their care to set out at least one tre? each, with the result that since that iime over ten millions of trees have been planted in Agliraska ^done. Yearly proclamations have been issued on the subject and the Leg? islatures of a large proportion of the States have followed the exam? ple set by Nebraska, lt is a schema beautiful in design of purpose aud A>ne that will, if universally observ? ed, prove a blessing in many ways. Few of us realize the enormous and often ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 April 1893

AM) ltECOaUDJGK. Advertising Rules, Lwcal notiyes at lOc per line tot first ini*er Jtton, and Scafatr line tor uu'h ablisctfnent in jscrtion. Trauxicat advsrrU*??*iAsmt? inserted at thc rate of ,>l ;,<??? in-.-n for lirst mser.ion and WK for te.su subscaiuer.l insertion, .'.ll a.ivvriisrnivi'i1* for a aborter period than turee uioatli*! eonsidere.l transittit. Ittttca fftrvaia?:e months and over are as follows: 3 mos. C mus. 1 yr. line inch.1 * a OU 1 !?> 5 OO | $ ? titi Two inches..?. S tai 8 00 j 19 0t> Tbtcc inches. *? T ?>?< lal l?0 | ls. Ol JBpjU iuches. ' lo 00 li 00 | 2u J}0 ii** iuches. 12 OO U0 00 S6,00 Ouarter co's . 15 00 28 00 40 OO Half column. 20 00 38 00 50 OO One column. 40 00 50 00 100 00 fejir-The above rates will be strictly ad? hered to. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Hudge 13th judicia. Circuit.?Hon. Wm. ."McLaughlin, Lexington, Vj*. ?County Judge.?lion. C. R. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Ya. Circuit and County...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 April 1893

A Poet's Tarn of lack. When six years ago Joaquin Miller went to California and bought a tract ol land a mile east of Oakland people laughed, writes E. W. Bok. And for a number of yean the poet himself al* most believed that the people were right. Miller bought at that time what was probably one of the most unpromising pieces of property in California. The tract consisted of 100 acres, and nearly all of it lay on a steep and stony moun* tain side. The eccentric poet went at the cultivation of his new possession with a will. And he did mostly all of his work alone. Soon the property began to show the hand of progress. But it require:" work of tbe hardest kind. And during all this time the land was fast proving, even the poet almost believed, the worst type of an "elephant." Now, however, the land is almost a park of the most pictureyque order. On it the post has planted 23,000 fruit trees, hundred.?, of olive trees, and miles of rare roses. Springs were introduced; trout brooks were ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 April 1893

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 21, 1893. NO. 21. _??ar*srssr-, TIT I 111110 THE QUIET HOUSE, ? 4 O, mother?, worn and weary "With cares which never caasp, With never time for pleasure, 1 With days that have no place. With little hands to htDder And feeble stope to guard, "With tasks that lie unfinished. ; Deem not your lot too hard. I know a house where childish things Are hidden out of sight; Where never sound of little feat Is heard from morn till night; "No tiny hands that fast undo, That pull things all twry, "No baby hurts to pity As the quiet days go by. The house is all in order And free from tiresome nols*, No moments of confusion, No scattered, broken toys; And the children's little garments Are never soiled or torn, But are laid away forever Just as they last were worn. And she, the sad-oyed mother? What would she give to*day To feel your cares and burdens, rl"p walk your weary way! Ab! happiest on all this earth. Could she again but see T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 April 1893

4??__*___-&?_ *? Highland LIecoudek. Terms: $1.SO a Yea in Advance. Issu -il every Friday evening by W. ll. Matav, ? B"-ITOB IOL1SIIBR. Entered rt tho Monteray poa-offlee ju second ula-ts raatior, MoNTEREY,VA.,Friday Apr.211803, The Smallest Painting Probably the smallest painting ever made was the work of the ?wife of a Flemish artist. It de? picted a mill with the sails bent. tne miller mounting the stain with a sack of grain on his 'jack. Up? on the terrace where the mill ?stood was a cart and horse, and in the road leading to it several peas? ants were shown. The "picture was beautifully finished, and every ob? ject was very distinct, yet it was so amazingly small that its surface could be covered with a grain oi corn. He was sentimental?she was practical. He was poetical as they ?walked through the gloaming, and talked of the stars, while she waa thinking, seriously thinking, of the future bread and meat. Why do these persimmon trees give forth such mour nf ul sound...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 April 1893

Highland Kecokdeu* ?*Jtt--_r___ass_9i ?.'jg?v?11.' . R'.'"*'^'!1...".111 Advertising Rates. Local notices at toe per line for first biter* ' tion, uud oe per linc fur eueh subsequent in? sertion. Transit-iii advertisements inserted ' at the rate ol $1 per inch for first insertion and BOC for eaeh subsequent insertioir. All adrertisenu-nts for a shorter period than three months eonsi leved transient. Rates lor three mouths anil over are as follows: 3 asea. fi mos. I vr. One ineh.I $ 3 OO | $ 5 Ot* | $ v uO Two UK-he*.| SOO K OO ia 00 Thi ce inches.| 7 OU | 1 ti 00 | ts Oe l?our inches.| 10 Oo Five inches.| 1 2 OO Quarter co, .. .. IS oo Half column. 20 00 One column.| 40 OO ' I3?-Thc above rates will be "strictly ad? hered to. IS oo j 20 oi. ?JU) oo I 80 00 28 OO 40 OO 88 OO SO oo 50 00 100 00 I OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. .?Judge 13lh judicial Circuit.?lion. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Ya. County Judge.?Hon. C. ll. McDan ttald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J: C. Mu theny, Mont...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 April 1893

Ths New Bread. The favor with which the now brear!, coade with Royal Baking Powder instead of yeast, has been received by our best housekeepers and most export bread makers is really wonderful. "It raves ill the hard and tedious work of kuead itjg and moulding,"" writes one. "Less lhau an hour from the dry flout lo the most perfect loaf ol bread I ever saw," writes another. "Fitsh bread every day," says another, "and that the lightest, finest and most wholesome, is something to live for." "Wu relish the bread bet? ter than the old kind;*' "it is ahead of any yeast bread I ever baked;'' "the bread was whiter and softer." "Best of all," writes an enthusiastic housewife, "we can eat the Royal unfemented bread when freshly baked, or even when warm, with perfect impunity. It is actually an tnti-dyspeptic." "This bread has a 'nutty' taste, that is peculiarly pleasing," writes still an? other. This is owing to the fact that the active gas-producing principle of the Royal is derived ftom th...

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