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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 29 March 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA,MARCH 29, 1895. NO. 17 WHAT ANSWER? UT MRS. J. T. H. K00X3. Adown thro' the ager, comes sounding tbe cry, The question unanswered th*t "If a man die Shall he live again?" Who can tellI Who can tell? "We know not, hope only that all will b3 well. If back to its clements passes the clay .That shelters the spirit for only a day, iWhy may not tho soul, as the body, return ;To its clements too'.' But what do wa learn By questioning orel and looking thru' tears To a past full of idols and blood-embalmed years? Though sweet lines of poesy run here and tbe: o. liiko sunbeams of gold, tin o' a cold, leaden air ; Though sweet, mournful misc from days that are dead Still fall on the ear, hoaliug hearts that have bled? Though 'tis sweet to believe in the legends of old, To see trees of life bend with apples of gold, To bask in the tropics neath olive and palm Where the kind words of Jesus, to the world, fell like balm. Though sweet to t...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 29 March 1895

Baa?Hil. M. | Highland Recorder* Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. lamed ercrv Friday eTeniBtbv ? CI C-O-N -aa.:*-* -p-a7SZ^Z*aTa3C-B;-f?. Intered it the *.-'oo.t?rey po&tolVc* es upoaj I -la-ta** natter. Monttrry V,? . . inlay, March, ?9. 1895 A father nud mother were trying io find names for their twin babies. who by tli** vay were girls. It v-ts decided that the father must finnie them. After cuting about .pud finding no names that exactly .suited them, he determined to end the strian on his mind and named them "Kate" and "Duplicate." Ii. the eoerse of time another pair 0/ ?twins came and they were boys. "This was his opportunity to get .even, and he requested his wife to .christen the boys. Imagine his feelings when the mother one day told him she had named the bov> -"Pete" and "Repeat."- Ex. Will Lambert, a youth of about twenty summers who is from Franklin. West Virginia, -was at the depot in this place Wednesday morning to see a train for the first time in his life. With...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 29 March 1895

0HLAX D ItECO KDEK. Atvertlsiaaf nates. ??*! a?ti?*i at 10c m.e linc for first iassr Sa, ant 6c*a?r Uaafor each subsequent m easaoa. Transit adrtrtisamentta inserted the rate af Siper inch for iirat insertion asl SCc faur each subsequent insertion. All CTertasataeata far a shorter pemoil than Striae moa* aa, considered transient. Rates faVrae saaatks aad orer are as fallows: tae nen. ava aatoass... Tate* mescal "?ar iaachas.. s>t? Baches... Saaraac aoi . K-att cola am ? aa wianui... 3 mos. 1100 1 ft 00 i 7 00 | 19 OO | 12 00 | 15 00 | 20 OO i *0 00 ! 6 mos. $ 6 00 | 8 00 | ia oo i 15 OO | 20 OO | 28 OO | 38 OO j SO 00 I 1 Tr. $ 8" OO 12 OO 18 OO 20 OO SO OO 4-0 OO SO OO 10O OO ,.. veray?Arrives leaves at 5 a. m. Sja**rTke abor* rates will he strictly ad karaa* la __ ^OFFICIAL DIRECTORV. aUaajft 13th judicial Circuit.?Hou. Wm McLaughlin, Ltxingtou, Va. Comaty Judge.?lion. (J. K. McDan aalsl, Warra Springs, Va. CirtiMi sr-I County Clerk.?J. C. Ma tMeay, Mob .liff, Va. Attoruev r'or...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 29 March 1895

Good Blood Produce* good health, because lt easily ex? pels the germs of disease and does not permit them to be nourished and developed In the body. As a blood purifier and health giver Hood's Sarsaparilla lias No Equal rn Truly Marvellous A Cure Seldom Equalled in Medical History AM Other Treatment Failed? Hood's Sarsaparilla Cured. "My wife sprained her ankle ten year? ago. It apparently got well to all outward appear? ance, it being a little larger than the other ankle, but in a few months throe sores broke out on her knee, her ankle, and foot. They became Large Running Ulcers and tho doctor could not do anything to help. I then took my wife to tho hospital and the surgeons scraped all the flesh round the sores, and said thoy would get well. They almost healed up, but soon two little specks came, one on each side of the first sore. Tho doctors said they would not amount to any? thing, but in a few days they turned out to be more uleer?, and in a short time they ha I eaten into th...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 April 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 5, 1895. NO. IS. _ laTT-onnajTA AV11 WEST VIRGINIA A DREAM OF MOTHER. et WILL A. RICE. Worri out -arith toil aud glad the day was donas, ? I sought repose beneath a BUgar tree, Where oft before, -whon weary, I had won That peace and rest known only to the freo. Though warm, it was a lovely summer night, The worlds above shone out In full array, To deck tho skies with their celestial light, And sparkle in the meadows' dewy spray. Tho moon was full, and poured its mellow glow, In silent floods, on forest, plain and sea. And sent tho shadows creeping to and fro, Like phantoms, over the mountain, ina'n and lea. Hither, thither, by fitful flames pursued, The lightning-bugs went diving through tho air. The flt companions of the solitude That seemed to reign unbroken everywhere, I watched the scene, reflecting on its charms, Forgetting not the changes time had wrought, "Until my soul, embraced in slumber's arms, Was borne b...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 April 1895

Highland Recorder. '1 erms, fl.50 a Year in Advance. Inauerl ererv Friday evening by ?ot roa ^.xt-jd ar?o*-ja-z-i**aix-E:-f=e. Entered et the Monterey postofF*-* as ?e ond class matter. Monterey V,a., Friday, .March, 29. 1895 The new ministry of Spain lost no time in proving that President Cleveland was corret in thinking that it would do the proper thing About the Alliance outrage, and there is little doubt that the apolo? gy demanded by Secretary Gresham will in due time follow the ex? planatory communication already received. When the United States govern? ment send?, as it wil! at an early date in compliance with an act of Congress, its own engineers to officially inspect the route of the proposed Nicaragua canal, it serves notice to all concerned that it pro? poses to control that canal when lt U constructed. Humor says the Supreme Court ?will decide the income taxB, uncon? stitutional, a.id even gives the ?position o'each of the eight jus? tices bitting?Justice Jackson has lee...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 April 1895

Hi-Sit LARD ItECQKDKI, Aiver!lsing Rates. Local notice rit I Ut -j-r'inf for first iaiaer- j tion, a ad."aper lint for each au'-iieqaent in- ? arntlj-i Traaait advertisement* taflMte-rl j tar rate ?/ $*.per inch for first Insertion [ ni eec far each aubaeqiient insertion. Ail atrcrtUemeat* f?r a shorrer pc/io'l than (avroe taoaths coa*iiererl transient. Katoa tar j* Meath* cud over ure as follows: S mos. 6 moa. 1 rr. ?aaa aek. $ ? ?? | $ 5 UO | $ 8 00 Twralnehea. f Ol | 8 00 | 12 OO Thiase lacaaa. 7 00 | 12 00 18 0(* Faar tachea.| 1? 00 | 15 00 | 20 00 "ft-re Inches.I 12 00 20 00 | 30 00 ajuarter co'. .. .. | 15 00 | 28 00 | +0 00 Half colima.I 20 00 | 5.8 00 50 00 *??? colman.| 40 00 I 50 00 I IOU Oo ?f*4T**The abaa-i ratea will be strictly ad mtrrxd ta OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. J-*dg? 13th judicial Circuit,?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. C. R. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit %r-i County Clerk.?J. C. Ma? theny, Mob u?y, Va. Attorney tor Commonwealth.?h. II. ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 April 1895

nipefor a Hiirvrat. ''It's th<5 -worst season for dampness I ever Law," said a traveler on a train, "Ifes,'' an? swered a man of big word.", "it's the super? saturation of the .-itinosphero from fogs aud vapors; thes3 esveee too much moisture and !.ii*.ki.i*s8 follows."' '-Maybe'tis, but, asl said, lt is the worst tnoeon for wet and for such complaints as rheumatism, neuralgia, facc aohe, headache, toothache and the like," "Well, vou've struck a combination I can break, "Paid a third party. "How?'*" With flt. JaoobsOlL II it's the worst season. St. Jacob.-* OU la the bast thing to uso for tho troubles which it brings, lt will cure in no time anything in the snaps of pain or ache." A man of many pb ates? Th * ruin ia he moon. A known dancer s ? guido-p st to safety. The Skill nnd Knowledge Essential to the production of the mist per? fect and popular laxative remedy kno.rn have enrablel tho California Fig Syrup Co. to achieve a gre it success In the reputation of its remedy. Syrup...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 April 1895

I HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VIII. MONTEEE^ HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA,, APRIL 12, 1895. NO. 19 rnriTaTTi ?mm BAMmTQ Thro' tho gloom and chill of winter Breaks tho sun, Freeing every brook au I rive? Till thoy run Morry, sparkling, on their way; Fro3t aud toe havo had their day; Birds on budding branches play; Cold is done. E*ho hears tho sweet belia ringing. Far aad near; Children's voices blend in singing Carols clear. Gracious calm perre les the air, AU tho earth seem? glad and fair Flowery fragrance eve ry whero Brings us cheer. Sorrowing eyes begin to brighten? Faith is born. Hearts weighed down with sorrow lighten, Once forlorn. "Risen," again the children sing; "Risen,1' the glad bells saem to ring; "Risen,*' e'en death has lost its sting? Easter morn! ?Emily Louise McIntosh. M EASTER SURPRISE. OT long after the services had ended Dr. Saving gr a ce came out of St. Simon's Church with a th o ught f ul look on his face, and speak? ing a few words o a bevy of bright facod girls assembled ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 April 1895

Him*land Recokdee, * Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. leaned every Fridav evening tte W. KC. J-v-I ATHENT, fis: roi** .A-i-r-o -=-cr:s:*---.s,xx:?:x%. Entered at the Monterey postoJPre ap second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, April 12, 1895. Gen. Wm. Mahons has made a deed of trust of his Petersburg property for tho p-tvment of debts aggregating $80,000. The city council of Richmond has set apart $10,000 to purchase a site for a monument to General J. E. B. Stu;.rt, the great Con? federate cavalry leader. A Nebraska fanner plowed up an iron tea kettle the other dav. contains ?2,000 in gold, and the Chicago Qispatch is unkind enough, to remark that. uIt is the only money that has been made in farm? ing during the last tive years.'" A Georgia judge has warned his people in regard to coming into court intoxicated, and uses these words: I wish to put everybody on the notice, that if they come into this courtroom while I am sitting on this bench drunk they had batter look out. A mem...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 April 1895

Highland Recorder. Anvertisini Rates. ,-, eat lOeatri'io for first inser , i ? p rr lina-for each subsequent Itv east'o" Ta-t'it advertise merits Inserted taera tnt Siper iaoh for first insertion ?<? 50c f teach suDsequent Insertion. Al! ?ar?rtiaajW -ats for a shorter petau<l than kree mo "as considered transient. Rates taree vs. th* and over are as follows: S mos. 6 mos. 1 yr. Qt* nek. T*/a inches... Thte<* incites. Foasr isches.. I*S*ae lsctf.es.... ?tiaiter col Half wami Sa* cnluatn... $ S oe 5 00 7 00 10 00 12 00 15 00 20 00 40 00 $ 5 00 J $ 8 OU 8 00 12 00 15 00 20 00 2rt 00 as oo 12 00 18 00 20 0(i 80 oo 4-0 00 50 00 50 00 I 100 00 f*yr*The abor* rates -will be strictly ad hered ta. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. J?*igs 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. Countj Judge.?Hon. 0. H. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit a.p*a County Clerk.?J.C Ma? theny, Mon,ttey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. H. Stephenson. !\1 onie rey, Va. Sheritf.?E. M. Arbogast Monte...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 April 1895

AMERICAN FOOD AND COOKING Borne "Remarkable Statements In a French Hiview Tho Ignorance of French writers who treat of matters relating to the United Btates ls generally very much lu evi? dence. Ont* of them in a recent Issue cf tiie Revue Scientiflque, writing upon the subject of our edible turtles and in? cidentally of cookery in this country, makes tbe statement that green turtles are taken in the neighborhood of New York- from there to Florida. Ile also asserts that it ls only in aliments of aquatic origin that our food products are superior to those of Europe, that our fishes are abundant and generally good, but that our culinary treatment of them is Inferior. As regards our meals, poultry and game, tiie French? man dismisses them as little worthy ot attention. Of the first two lt may be conceded, says the New York Sun, that the average quality is not so high as in France. His estimate of our game is probably based upon the condition Id ?which it readies European markets, where...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 19 April 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. vm. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 19, 1895. NO. 20 Lei Warriitiara's Sacrifice. The Story of a Hasty Marriage and Its Tragic Sequel. BY ERNST BRUNCKISN, Author of "The Bibliomania&8 Crime," "A Terrible Scct?et,,, etc., etc. chapteh r. A HAl'GHTY WOMAN. "Receive that woman into my house ay a daughter-in-law? Never!" Mrs. Warringham was highly indig? nant. And liar! sho not reason to Ix* so at a proposition which in hor eyes ap? peared simply monstrous? Here wa* hor oldest son, Ralph, tho heir of a splendid fortune, a young man of whom it was predicted that ho would become a celebrity in his chosen profes? sion of med'clne, a gentleman who might, if ho would, marry the most beautiful, the richest, Hie most aristo? cratic girl in the country. And to think that this son proposed to throw himself away on an actress! To he sure, Mrs. Warringhara had a right to be in? dignant! "Hut othor gentlemen have married actresses, auntie," said Hattie Heekford, her...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 19 April 1895

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. l*?ucd CTcrv Friday eveninffbr""" W. H. MATHENY, ?-t^^"-9*^33 ***r?x*xsamxae. lUred at the Monteray postoffre a? second class matter. ontercy, Ya., Friday, April 10, IBU"*. A telephone line is teing erect \ between New Hopo ami .^tnun >n, a di sd *-. nee of S or 10 miles. The University of Virginia club '?as defeated last Monday by the late College team, b\ a si ore of (i b 8. The Boan! of Supervisors of Au ;n8*U county at their meeting on iaturday, last, decided to make the x peri men t of working their coun y prisoners on their county roads. ^he trial will be made as soon as ules and necessary arrangements an be made. Mr. L. H. Stephenson, who is can idate for Commonw'iih's attorney 11 Highland county, is making an xcellent canvass.?Bath Co. News. The News is a little efl of its base . H. Stephenson, Esq. is not a eari tdate for re-election lo the office .e has filled so faithfully for so nany years. RscoRDIR. Judge Lochren, Co...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 19 April 1895

IIlftHLAKD ItECOHDEIi. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Jadge 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. Ceunty Judge.?Hon. C. li. McDan aald, Waria Springs, Va. CLrcmt \r*l County Clerk.?J. C. Ma? theny, Mob ti .'ey, Va. Attorney for Commonweal!U.?L. H. Stephenson. Monterey, Va. Sherilf.?E. M. \rbo?ast Monterey. Treasurer.?J A. .Tones, Hightown. Cemmissioncr of lie venue? W. P. Campbell, Monterey. Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson Sup't of Schools.?U. Hiner Hansel. Board af Supervisors?J. B. McNulty, chairman, and Jas. Terry aad B. W. #??rrett CnuKCH Rkotsteu. Presbyterian? Robt. M. Latimer M.E. Church?Rev U. H. Clark patter. U. B. Church-Rev J, M. Hutt, pas Aaa M. E. Church So\ lh~VT. H. Wokf, pastor. e Mit. From Stauntcato ju.eray?Arrives at. Monterey at? >. m leaves at 5 a. m. daily. Horseshae Route?Leaves Monterey at 5 a. m., via Vanderpool, on Tuesdays, Thursd.iys and Saturdavs; leaves Monte rey at 5 a. m., via Strait Creek on Mon k\y% Wednesiaysand Friday ANNOUNCEMENT. To...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 19 April 1895

Feminine Ingenuities. Of the multifarious uses of tho hair? pin, some at least, are well known. They are suggested by a French trav? eler's description of a pin which tho Indian women of Peru wear as a fas? tening for their shawls. Its head is in tho shape of a spoon. In fact, lt is a spoon and a shawl pin in one. It is odd, the Frenchman says, to see a woman pull out tiie pin, letting her shawl drop from her bare shoulders, and proceed to use it for eating her soup or porridge. After the repast she passes the bowl of the spoon care? fully bot ween her lips two or three times, gattaen up ber shawl, and fastens it In place. The same women use their slippers Instead of pocket-books?a point in which they may be said to have the advantage of their North American sisters, who, having no pockets, or none within comfortable reach, are compelled to carry their purses in their hands. The money of Lima consists of bank? notes, which po very well into the bottom of a slipi>t>i\ As to the...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 April 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. Viii. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 26, 1895. NO. 21. I a.11 hare to do with floanohl operations, for ASPIRATION. DY JAMES FHANKLIN nf Al Thc Run declines below li is isles of Are, Beneath the cloudy billows of tho wc t, And ceaselessly our crating souls aspire To pierce tho mystery of his daily rest. Tho starry watch-flrcs blazon forth tho night With silver sheen?and as they disappear Their waning glories tenderly Invite Our spirits to their own celestial sp'icro. The Gowers that bloom Und perish?tho swift (low Of rivers subbing downward to tho sea? The evanescent hues that como and go Over tho forest's leafy canopy? Tho death of hope?the wcarinoss of pain ? Tho bitter drops in life's red goblet pressed? All speak in plaintive voices, whose refrain, Whose burden, ls the eager cry for rest! The rainbow hues that gilded childhcod's sky Have sobered 'neath the clouds of stormy years, The ey-f. of mimbi ot cannot look so hight Or roseate colors will not s...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 April 1895

Highland; Recorder. Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance, !?taed ere*v Prida*** ermina bv W. H. IvlATICETsr^r, Entered r.t thc Monterey poatoffoe U second class matter. Monterey, Y-v, Fri.lav, \,.i:l 36, 1895, retary Morton*, in :t published interview, declares his belief that "we ron st sooner or later declare that ti e United Stat**** recognizes *old afc the best and least -fluctna ling measure of value and medium ?f exchange which the commerce -oi' civilization has thus far utilized" The Atlanta City waterworks ?will begin in ti few days to fill the immense Inkej at the Cotton States & International Exposition ground-*. These lakes rover thirteen acres and wil] contain ?dont fifty million gallons of witter. It is estimated that it will require thirty days to fill the lakes with three six inch main?. The Manufacturers1 Association ot' Cincinnati has applied for spqCH on the grounds of the Cotton States and International Exposi? tion on which to erect a club house, h will be the rend...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 April 1895

Highland Recokdek. m. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. .Tu.l-je 18ih judicialCircait.?Hon. W Mri laughlin, Lexington, Vu. County Judge?Hon. 0. lt, McDan nald, Waria Springs, Va. (Jlrcurtt *\r ? County Clerk.?J. C. Ma? theny, Mob u?y, Va. Attorney tor Commonwealth.?ls. H Stephenson. Monterey, Va. Sheriff.?E. M. arbogast Monterey. Treas irer.?J A. Jones, Hightown. Commissioner of Rerenue.?W. P. Campbell, Monterey. Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson Sup't of .Schools.?H. Miner Hansel. Board of Supervisors.?J. 8. McNulty, chairman, and Jas. Terry and S. W. Sterrett Cuun.cn RaeiSTKR. Presbyterial.? Robt. M. Latiner M R. Church? Rev ?. H. Clark pastor. U. B. Cuaich?Rev J, M. Hott, pas If. E. Church Soi Ih?AV. II. Wolf, pastor. e Mls. From Staunton lo Maerty? Arrives at. Monterey at ? >. rn, leaves at 5 a. o?. daily. Horseshoe Route?Leaves Monterey at .*! a. m., via Vanderpool, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; leaves Monte? rey at 5 a. m., via Strait Creek on Mon? days Weduas&daysand Friday_^_...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 April 1895

Boats Brade or Aluminum. Some of the boat builders In Now England have discarded the use of aluminum in the building of shells. At first thc extreme lightness of this metal made it a favorite, but lt has been found that it will corrode, and the shell will then bo full of pin holes. On the other haud, musical instrument makers are' using aluminum in the manufacture of drums. Made of tills material, they are not only of light weight, but glye out a better tone than the ordinary article. Univ It la Done. The simple reason why the hurts of prize fighters show no sign and disappear so quickly is because In the treatment of training the flesh is hardened. They can stand a blow like the kick of a horse and not show a bruise. other mon's braises heal slowly, but if they would use St. Jacobs Oil, they would find there's nothing in tho world like it to heal and restore. It ar*ts like magic. All athletes should uso it. It's tho great renova? tor. The samo with cuts and wounds, if nsed accordin...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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