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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 February 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VIII. rdONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 22, 1895 NO. 12 MOUNT VERNON. WHERE GEORGE WASHINGTON ; t LIVED AND DIED. I Hundreds Visit the Historic Home? stead Daily?The First President Was ar. Extensive Farmer - Relics of the Revolution. THE new and popular way of making the great Americun pilgrimage to the home and tomb of Washington is by way of th9 ancient and quaint old town of Alexandria, Va. For more than a century tbe only means of communi? cation with Mount Vernon by public conveyance has been by the river. Steamboats havo carried iheir hun? dreds of thousands of pilgrims to the Baored spot, and though that route was pleasant enough, it was slow, and up to a recent date expensive. The new route is by way of Alexan? dria and the new electric railway which lands passengers in twenty minutes at the very gates of Mount Vernon. And it is a beautiful and novel ride from the quaint old town. The line leads out of Alexandria on Fairfax street and follows ...

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 February 1895

I Terms, $1 r,0 a Year in Advance. I 1'infd trcrT t?rldav rreninrbT W. TI. MATHENY, _V" ***?voa jm.-xrm -r-*r-aar^*.a-KK-B3-a. Bnlared at the Vlonterey postonVe a* ?ecrmd class matter. fc Monterey V.a., Friday, Feb., 15. 180.") I a f^ !>f. Park hurst's hist article to ! "women in The Ladeis Home Jour? nal has proved so popular that the entire huge edition of the February i?sne of the magazine waa exhaust? ed within ten days, and a second ?dition of 45,000 copie* has been prirt-d. r r Lady .Aberdeen fried a navel ?JoluHnn of the evervexiag srrvant irl problem in her homes in Scot Innd nnd Canada, nnd ill the April number of The Ladies Home Jour rrii! Ahe will, in an article, explain th** method she adopted. The benefits of free wool and of rehired duties f n woollens are be? ginning to be felt by manufact? urer*, and consumers alike. A Pittsburg merchant writes that he is able to sell French challies at 15 cents per yard less than under the McKinley tariff, and that there ha> b...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 February 1895

Highland Recorded. Aavertisirtf FteUs. ul**^0^*^!.*1 ine p**r,'*,? t*>T flvat Inaer ^?"*" *>'P*r ii-a*. tor each aubscqncnt in *\^ ?L ?*"ai.**.a?t advert.** mensa insarterl mr.* m? VL*f ,l Per uu"h r?r *rst inaertion La*.**?!? cach ??,,'?*,q**e--t insertion. AM r?a- ema**1* for a ""ortar peaioJ taan rnsrae momba conaidtred traasient. Kate?. Wmt? asaattas and over are as follow*: .. S moa. 6 moa. 1 yr. 5*"? ??*??.I I a 00 j $ i OO | | 8 OO ?** "achea. | *? 00 | 8 00 12 OO aP?*aa tachea.| 7 00 | 12 00 | 18 0< ?T?>T*r ineke*.| ie 00 | 15 00 | 20 Ot ta**tya inches.| 12 00 | 20 00 1 30 00 ******??' ?? ?? I 15 00 I 28 00 | 4,0 00 *M column.| ao 00 SS 00 50 OO ? ?e a? ra mn.| 40 00 I 80 00 I 100 0( ?st**The abor*, rata* will ba aWietly ad har ad ??. OFFICIAL VI RECTOR}'. Judge I "alb Judicial Circuit.?Hen. Wm Mtl.au*;h.in, l.exin*.ton, Vf*. County Jadge.-ilon. C. K. McDan ?ald, Warm ^pringa. Va. Cirei**t ?j"*1 CountyClerk.?J. C. Ma .ketty, XI or u***/, Na. aVuor.icv for Commnnw...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 February 1895

FAOTS ABOUT PUTTY. Bow It Ia Made and Ita Many Tinta end Uses. Pure putty ls made of whiting and linseed oil. Whiting ls made of chalk which is imported from England and . ground In this country. Barytes, mlx ^ ed with the whiting ls used as an adulterant of putty, and cottonseed oil I- ls mixed with the linseed olL Cotton? seed oil is chelper, and a slower dnror thau linseed; Its use ls advan .. U'^evus to small customers, for putty ^* mixed with part cottonseed oil keeps in order longer. Lie seed oil putty ls used more by decorators and painters and other ?f*a), large consumers who use up putty SW quickly. Putty sells at wholesale from V/i to 2 cents a pound. It ls put up for the trade In "barrels of 800 pounds, kegs of 800 pounds, In cans of one to 100 pounds, and In bladders; lt keeps best tn bladders, and the bulk of the putty exported goes lu that form, rutty made in the Eastern cities of the United States ls sold on the Atlantic Beaboard and In the South, but not much Eastern...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 March 1895

RECORDER VOL. VIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MARCH 1, 18% NO. 13. Darli m. |The author of the following hrau* l!ul porm ls Unknown, lt is ono of tho sweetest geing ever published iu tho English language.?G. **, A.J A Uttle maid wIth sweet blue o) os Looked upward with a shy surprisa Because 1 asked her name; Awhile t-he bent her golden howl, While o'er her faco soft blushes s*"-.ad Like some swift rosy ll-mo; Then lOJklng up, she softly said, "My name is Maninia'B Darlius." "Tell me your mother's name, my dear,* Aud stooping low I j aused to h< ar? Oho lit.'Ve maid seemed musing ; "Why, mamma's name's like mino, you know, But Just because wo love ncr so, Me caU her Mauuua Darllug." "Tell me your papa's namo," I cried; The little maddons eyes grow wide; "Wy !>apa? Don't you know? Why, ever since the baby died Mamma and I havo always trlod To cheer tim from bis sorrow int;; And toy mamma and I lr)ve best To caU"him lana Derim ?." ?What did you call the baby, dear?" Theans...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 March 1895

r" "? ?? *"? lIMfllerey posto/Pce ?econd crass matter. ^^^ FriW March, 1. ? D. T. Whitney, Hov. Bobert Cc *.ver, and Walter Besaat ar, a ? tjoingtotell iuTbe Ladies'Hom Journal of either the man 3r Wl 5? *bo ??*? influenced th**i iive.i. deland, Sarah Orne Jewett and Mrs Barton Harrison, will try and Mtleiu the next number of Th, | ladies Home Journal when it is proper to us* the word "woman" ?nd when the t-rm ^dy".s]louI(, be employed. There was a meeting^ silver! men Saturday and it is understood that they discussed plans for a *'.ver Presidential ticket, ft was -**.y,n>ricant that none of the Re famm 1-nMicnn silver men ,n Congress ' attended this meeting. '' Ko appointment made by Presi ? ,]ent Cleveland has given mon*U 8 tisfaction in Congre.ss, regard- h less of political opinions, than thal f (f Senator Ransom to be minister .,. to Mexico. The unanimouse con- tl rfirhiai.on of this nomination with- L cut reference to committee wa* fri moved by Senator Sherman, who took occ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 March 1895

Highland Heco-ki AtfvaHliirq Bala. l-**??l**)tje?)?xt 10c r>-r line for St-at ? aa* mma ?c Jrtr line Tor each ?nl.seq?ie ??**>>?. a?n?>?at ad i-er?ir.? incuts in * ta**!**-.!.) af $i per inch for *ir?t in? ami av* tar each suba?q*.ent in.crtioi ?*4 v?r?4f.a.eaba for a nbort.r petrit).i thrae month* ron.ider.ci transient. tawae .n.nih* and over are as folio. 3 mos. One nek.| $ 100 | TaVO l*ta.'hes. 'Bato* iachct... ".rat id ches.... 9. re inches. Saar.cr coi .. all column.. Oae aoiamn. 6 00 7 00 10 00 12 00 15 00 20 OO 40 00 6 mo.. $ 5 00 | 8 00 | ia oo i li. OO I UO 00 I 2* 00 | SS OO I BU oo i -SP**r-Thc abov< rates will Ue st. uti j hatred to OFFICIAL MIlECTOItr. J?#.-.???.3ll? judicial Circuit.? Hon. V M?L*u*;!iHn, Lexta-rtoa, Va. Coaatr Judge.?Hoa. (J. H. Mci); Hold, W arra. Spring**, Va. Ci rc ait v*! Uoanty Clerk.-?J. C. A tlicny. Mos i.oy, Va. Aiier.ir.v for Commonwealtfc.?L. kMejfhnufm. XJonteaey, Va. Shari!.-. ?E. M. Arbogast Monteray. T Manurer.?J A. .lonee,...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 March 1895

VIEQINIA AND WEST VIRGINIA The Latest New3 Gleaned From Varioaj Part* of the Sta tex Frank Loekwood Smith, who ii under ar? rest on a charge of swindling Mr. Alfred, W. Withere.of Glouoestor.to the extent of $5,000 in the noted "go!d-briok deal," will be tried for the crime by n Henrico jury. Common? wealth's Attorney Smith, of tho Hustings Court Rlohmoud, says he is satisiled that tbf? case is without the proviutn of hU court, as the gold-brick transaction took place one mile tum l.ichmond in Henrie? county. This morling a special grand jury was sum? moned in Henrie :> County Court, and an in? die, ment similar to that in the Hustings Court was returned against Smith, alias Parker, who will be delivered over to the county authorities No n3w developments in tho Bank of Lox iu^toa robbery. Tho Ilockbrldg- Savings Bank, the new flnanc al agent of the county, open -d its doors to depositors. Heretofore this bank has only done a savings bauk and loan business; now a general banking b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 March 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VI,I. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MARCH 8, 1895. NO. M TE SAD AND SORROWFUL. BT LOUIS X. CHILI,, JR. ?o bury your gloom and your sorrow A-way from the world and our fright, And strive neath the sun of tomorrosi To cather the beacons cf light. Go mingle your tears m.ith tho waters, Anddriit"'h?m av ay with tho tide; Be one of prc nd Jojr*a lovely daughters That laui'h at va;n Gritf's lonely chide. The load is so heavy you carry, 'Tis all that misfortune can bear; Throw off tbe dull weiphts and be merry? Away with gool troublo aud care. Go sink in the depths of c.ea lon Your grieving, your heartaches and pain; Endeavor in life's busy s.a'i* n For happiness, glory, and gain. Come out from gloom cells of tho tearful, And bash in tho sunshine of joy; Come brea1 ho the pure air ol tho cheerful, And ab Ive in Contentment's employ. Come gaze at the flow'ioro now blooming Along tbo bright pathway like gold ; Come sip the sweet nectar perfumin , The earth with its s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 March 1895

U ? >l - , .Ll-, I' ' I I |Jighland Recorder. Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued every Fridav evenini; bv "W- H. M A/rilENY, Stjiroa ^k-iT* ****i7***:b-tt?*f<;**"a**ft. JEntered at the Monterey posloflicc a? second class maller, Monterey V.a., Friday, M*rch. 8. 1895 Life on an ''ocean liver," from the luxurious first cabin to the swelter? ing stokehole, where the great fur? naces sit em hiv ne.' anl have an ar? my of brawny servants to attend them, will be the sv.bj./ct of a de? scriptive article, illustrated with numerous drawings from life, in McClure's Magazine fer March. Stanley J. Weymul, will contrib? ute to McClure's Magazine for Marjh a spirited short story pur? porting to be a chapter from thc Memoris of a ''Minister of France' in the time of Henry IV. Mr Wey man's ''Minister,'' it is understood. i; in some points a portrait of thc real ''Memoirs," the eccentric due* id Sullv. The time allowance for the rais? ing of the $150,C00 subscription would have expired las...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 March 1895

Highland Recorder. Aflvertisin** rVa'ss. ?.??*! aotlf***- ax 10c o:t tnt for first instr ? an., aaa4 St *>bi li.-ae lor each Sabscqaeat iu ?**a*iSf*v Ta-?f*si*)*aL a ivert.se meats inserted t ittt rat* at $i per ia:h for first Inwmou uri ile fsr each ?aljacaaent insertion. AM **>?T?r*SM.%ei...? for a snorter pesio'- than tact* raoaths coimidemi transient. Rates Ma-rsc faTtwuibit -iaJ oTtr arr as follows: 3 mos. ? mos. 1 vr. an* ash.| $ g oo i ? 5 oo | is s 00 Twa sachs*.| 100 | 8 00 j 12 00 5Mm iaekaea.| 7 oo i 12 00 | 18 00 ?ar sa?a??.| le 00 | 15 OO | 20 cu ?.*/? ka?atc?. 1 12 00 I 20 00 | 30 DO 15 00 I 28 00 40 00 20 00 | SS 00 ] 50 00 ? ac Mla-an.[ 40 00 I 50 00 I 100 00 ******-*T1ie abor*, rates will be strictly ad srrW io. ******a?1.ar coi Half colasan. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Jadgel3liaJodie.**! Circuit.--lion Wm. MoL,*ugoti-., Lexingto-n, V*. County Jndge.?Iloa. 0. R. Mc Dan? na..**, Warm Springs, Ya, Cireut. nr**- CountyClerk.?-J. C. Mn Ue?y, Mor t'>Y, Va. A.t.*>r.i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 March 1895

Weak and Sore Eyes Eyesight Became Affected? Unable to Go to School Hood's Sarsaparilla Wroug-ht Cura and Built, Up System. " Two years ago my little daughter Elsie was afflicted with ulcerated sore eyes. I tried one of the best doctors in the city for about a year but her eyes seemed to grow worse. I had her treated by an oc? ulist but his treat? ment did not ben? efit them. I then corairenced ta give the little one Hood's Sarsapar. illa and after the 31*****' /J; iXlV' /{ flrst bottle I could Elsie Cn nu edy. see that there was Arkansas City, Kau. groat improve? ment. Elsie is now nine years old. Besides benefiting the special trouble mentioned Hood's Sarsaparilla has made her a strong and sprightly child. I will always speak highly of Hood's Sarsaparilla." J. H. Can? ned y, 215 North Fifth Street, Janitor Fourth Ward School Building, Arkansas City, Kin. Hood's s?rsa I 1-*%%%%% parilla Be Sure to get (T^UrCS HOOD'S. W %%%<*? U*%**.r1'*** Dill** cure habitu.tl constipi nUUU 5 il...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 March 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vu. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA,MARCH 16, 1895. NO. 15 ,.i?n..? Kin* ri THE NEW CHURCH CHOIR. BY FLORENCE JOSEPHINE BOYCE. Ten, sister Lu, I must confess That on this Sabbath day A cloud bas rolled across my breast That ne'er 'll bo cleared away. Fer arter five an' twenty year That I've that choir blest, An' raised my voice in helpful cheer An' strove ter du my best ; An' arter all my darter's done, The orgin for ter nay, They've brought in youngsters, one by on*, And crowded us away. An', whut is wuss, the chorister, Tergether with bin wife, Are stickin' ter the yelliu' gang An' holdin' up ther strife. An' thar's my darter Mary's beau, Whose bass has often rung Through tba', ar' church, as saft and low As bass wus ever sung. But now they'va go* ernuther ono, In all ther chang) erbout, Who yells until ye'd realy think He'd yell his pa.ate eout. An' Georgia Brown, tho orginist, I coulden't help but sneeze Ter see ther way she got up thar An' thumped upon ther...

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 March 1895

gMg.?i.Ji.U'.;1,.. Rowland Recorder. Terms, %IM a Year in Advance t*J?uetl everv Fridav cvenins by HX-JiC 10a _A.iT.a-. -p tj-b-ih-he-s. ^Unterftl Rt the Monterey post oil* re a* Mc on d Glass mn Mer. K0TU?i*py V,a., Friday, Mandi. 15 1888 pmt-inr - -.-^r.-.r*.--, -.,-. -_ Charles Morgan field, tried lor robbing nn Ad.lhis Express car of ?f2.000 and other property at Aquia Creek, was convicted on me count and sentenced,.^, eighteen years in the penitentiary. C. M. ]-ig'<ait, tnt- absconding Lexington bank cashier, was traced to Cincinnati. Some think he is in Mexico, others that lie sailed across the ocean. Mr. George M. Pullman his in? dicated that he would like to ex? hibit at the Cotton States and In? ternational Expos.tion the hand? somest train of cars in the world. Hon. William L. Wilson, the democratic leader of the House of Representative1-, was nominated hy the President to be Postmaster General to succeed lion. Wilson S; Bissell, resigned to return to !..*? 1 iw practic...

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 March 1895

*ag*****?****-?**-****f*^^ Highland R^ordbk* Notice If you have anything to sell Auction it will pay you to get e* perienced Auctioneers. We will a tend all the courts of Highland ar Pocahontas counties and throug] ont Va. and W. Va. Swesker&Swecker. New Hampden Va, and Dun mo W.Va. .June 8th t. I Lajcavl ?.?t'ce* at 10c ;> r une foT first Inter t?**?Tu aaa ftc nor lim-; for ea?h naltsequent m ??*U<*n. Tr* iair.it. ahj.'us.iiu-nts inserted t .atm rate ot $1 per i>wh for first Inaeri.on ?a*** HOu :\>r estell itab?cquet)t Insertion. All *?4Tcrtis*>tTien.aB .or .i >liortcr period than trtarme monta, co ns iii ired transient. Rate* tarjc mouths anJ o\er are as folio wa: a mos. 6 mos. 1 vr. ?rac meh.I |l0tf||IUO|$8 DC *N?o*Mea*>ai.I 5 uO | Sim, 12 Ol' J klee inmtaea. 7 00 | 12 00 | 18 Ol war iuchaa.| 19 00 | 15 00 | 20 Ol *f>*ve Inches.| \2 OO | '-'0 00 | .'lo 00 8?*rt?ruo. .. .. | 18 00 I 28 00 | 4-0 00 all column.I 30 00 | SS 00 BO 00 ?me aoa-aran.I 40 OO I ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 March 1895

llTiioK3 for tho Housewife to Try. Rubbing tough meat with cut lemon. Bacon fat for frying chicken and game. Steaming a stale loaf of bread to freshen lt. Dipping sliced onions In milk before frying. Warming crackers slightly in the oven before using. Heating dry coffee before pouring on the tv at er. Fried sweet apples when you have liver or kidney. Pouring vinegar over fresh Ash to make the scales come off easily. Achliug lemon juice to the water In which rice is boiled to keep the grains separate. Beating the whites of eggs at an open window if the kitchen is hot and steamy.?Table. Travels 30 Miles nn Hour. The fastest steam launch in England at the present time is the Hibernia. which makes a rate of thirty-nine miles nn hour. The boat is 48 feet :. Inches lons:, 7 feet .'> inches broad and 1 foot 4 V. inches in draught. Her engines aro two cylinders, both high pressure, 7",<, inches in diameter, stroke 0 Inches, rev? olutions from 750 to 1,050 pei1 minute. The propeller is...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 March 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA , MARCH 22, 1895. NO. 16. .__ .>_*?*. ? OTTnTfTO OBANDMA S HOWEY BREAD. BT OZIAS MIDSUMMER, I've tested the sweets and the sours nf living, I've drank the rare draughts and tho dregs o! the cups; I've joyed in reccivint, and ioyed la the giving, My Ute's intermitted in life's downs and tips. Arrayed I behold now its comfort end dread, With the brightest spot iu it?Grandma's honey bread. At home there wero apples, and doughnuts, and cookies, And buns, and molasses, and bread o'er and o'er, And baby boys baked that a joy at to lrok is, And puddings and jollies and rieces the more, But nothing there seemed quito so good as the bread That I got et grandma's with honey instead. Ah, well 1 remember the buggy and "bossies,* The kappy bright days when wo aU sped away "Mid "birdies" and "eheepies, and "lambies" and "bossies," The river side sporting, to spend the whole dey With dear, good, old grandma to visit, 'twas said? But I w...

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 March 1895

JlGHLAJfD RE?ORB?R. Terms, tl.QQ a j car in Advance. '*-?ucJ ever?, '?'rielsiv cvenins l>v TAT*. UL*. TMC"E1N"T", ac^s roi* **,??.*? ***-*-nBZjw*****f*t**n. JBntered at t;j- I ..uterey poatclfre a* seco.ed class matter. Montarey V,a., Friday, Mardi. 82. I8W Congressman Tucker deserves considerable praise for securing from Congress just before adjourn? ment an appropriation for $17,000, for Washington and Lee University forthe damager- wrought to the collage property during the war: by .the notorious Gen. David Mon? ler. There was hut little opposi? tion from the Republicans, though ex-speaker Reed tried to con its defeat.?Rockingham Register. N. Y. Si.n: Tue Hon. William Mahmie1* il Instr iou fl white slouch hat is pulled over his eye**. He is not talking through i\ His deli? cate little hinds tm* nervously at his beard. He* situ by that "Ma hon lot" and think'-. There is weeping and there is swearing "by the banks of the old Mahon.1' March is a Spring month, bnt she seeme inclin...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 March 1895

GHLAND II EC O l.DMi Anveiiisinf Fto.es. ?cr1 ??ticts at 10c p.-r .int for first Oise a, And 5c par .ina; e'or cacn rmb?t;qai? it li tj<?)n. T,.aa?ieiit advert.st na atv kaaorti vWa>4-?etc at $1 paTiii.ti To?r iu-st iibcrik ao *>?.e. ror tacta ..ubseqciont infcertioB. a Ar:ru?e,n*iitf tor a ?Borter peaiod tba l.r?e wont.*.*, considereee trar.-ient. P.ai. U;x laoiilli* aul over are us e'ollowss: 3 mos. 6 mos Oae nch.I * 3 00 i $ 0 OO 5 OO | 7 00 8 00 12 00 1? OO I 15 OO ia oo i -.'<.- ?=o -, .-> 00 ; ?jo uo aS 00 38 00 1 rr. $80 I'S 0 IS 0 HO 0 SO 0 40 0 SO o I 20 UO I a* uu | ;>u e. I 4-0 00 i OO 00 I 100 0 T.ro hie tte* TaUM irta-iees.| K>r.r IdcTMa. ! **.vc inch*u.| (Juitrtaer coi .. .. I frlr.li eoluinn. Oae column... jfeg-The ahorn rtUcs will be strictly ad acive-1 t" 'OFFICIALDIRECTORY. Judge 18lb ju-llcial Circuit.?Hon. Wm McI**UghUu, UxJUgtOO, Va. County Judge.?Hon. C. R. McDan Bald, Warta Springs, Va. CireiMt wr*l Couaty Clerk.?I. C. Ma thony, Alor .t;ry...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 March 1895

Malaria in Drinking Water*. In an article on drinking water In malarial diseases the secretary of the North Carolina Board of Health cites numerous cases where neighborhoods almost uninhabitable on account of malaria became healthy when artesian water was substituted for that from streams or surface wells. Most well informed physicians are now convinced that drinking water ls the chief agent of Infection in malarial and many othei diseases. Pat It Ont. What a little spark can do is illustrated by the burning down of Chicago, and the modern apparatus for putting out great tiree. The spark too enters tho human family with de? vastating effects; hence we hear of so many deaths by accidents with fire among careless cooks and children. This is another field of operation?but a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil is the apparatus to put the fire out of tho sys? tem. Used according to direction it will soothe, heal, cure and leave no ugly scar be? hind. The healing process gives new surface and kindly...

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