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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 October 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA, OCTOBER 25, 1895. NO. 47. i T,TTTn t un mi rm A SONG AT EV EH ll IC* In the last enchanted gray light That is neither night nor daylight In the shy light ol the twilight Soft and shady, little \n&f, Comes a-roatniug through tho -gloaming* Comes a-ringing such a sins?in:; As a nightingale can only When he's lonely send a-winging. And the dear delicious glamour Oi his tender-hearted clamor Makes the red blood surge and hammer And the pulses thrill and start Oh, my lady, little dear one, With your shining eyes so near oue, Ail the world is full oi raptura At the. capture of your heart. So the while we listen nightly To the bird that lilteth bright*/, Kiss me lightly, where all white'y Gleam the stars in heights above, "While the twilight dims and darkens And the brooding silence hearken** To my plea.ling, to your heading, Little love! -Guy W. Carryl, in Godey's Magazine. NEVER A SHADOW SINCE. UT CLABA ASPEN'. UT isn't she ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 October 1895

' IG ULAND RECOllDER. Term.-i, $ 1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued every Friday t vening bv W. H. 3S? A.THENY, feot rora ^.im &rxrmz*xeszx3pn*.. Lircd at the Monterey postoffre n* second class natter. citer-'y, Va., Friday, Oct. 23, 18515. Democratic Ticket. Foi? Hot.as of Delegated, W. A. RINEHART. TV fi rltt between Corbett and itzsimmon**** lias been declared off, ut we think this is simply a shorn ?ece of hu ii ness in order that the ght may not le disturbed by otli ****?*. . y crs ol' the law. Tiie First National Hank of ?i-ioi loke sent $48,504.45 in enrrency i -ni coin to the lloanoke Machine Yorks on the 14th,to pay off the mplovesfor September, which is he largest pay-roll oi' any month or the last three years. From the ??resent appearances, the October tay-roll will he still heavier, as tne ?hops are running day and night md a great many of 'he employes nive found it necessary to work on punday. In order to keep the fine ^un? making plant at the Washington Nayy Yard in op...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 October 1895

w -Vj Highland Becrodek official directory. Judge 13lh judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. -McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. C. U. McDan nald, Wirra Springs, Va. Circuit v^ County Clerk.?J.C. Ma? theny, Mor. ivy, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.? J. M. Colaw. Monterey, Va. Sherill.?E. M. arbogast Monterey. Ti eas uer.?.1 A. .lonos. lltahtown. Conniissioncr ni Kevern,-.?W. P. Campbell. M.) nie icy. Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephdon Sup't of Schools.?B. llmer lian*-**]. Board of Supervisors.?J. 8. McNulty, chair-nan, and .las. Tony sad 0. A. Stephenson C'iuucm Risoirtf.k. Presbyterian? Robt. M. T/atimer M.K.Charcb-?Hev H. ll. Clark pastor. L, ti. Chutea?Rev J, M. Holt, pas or M illili South-VI. II. Woif. astor. TV. Mah From Staunton io Monterav -Arrives at Monterey at ? i. m. leaves al 5 a. a.. dailv. Horseshoe Route?Leaves Monterey at .-*?? a. m., via Va uerpool, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sn unlays; leaves Monte. rey at 5 a. m., via .-trait Creek on Mon-j days YVednesdaysand Friday LO...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 October 1895

An English Department Store. Bayswater, London, boasts of one of "the largest stores In the world. The the targest stores In the world. The fame of the establishment, however, rests not so much on Its size as on Its eblllty to meet every want of civilized society. As an Instance of the compre? hensiveness of Its scope, If a man wish? es to start housekeeping he fills in a form stating his tastes, social aspira? tions, domestic requirements and means, and the time he wishes to tako possession, and on the day appointed the house, furnished throughout and provided with servants, will be ready. Should he lu* matrimonially Inclined, a wife, with fitting trousseau, will be on hand. Although it ls not surprising that such a Brlarean firm as this should stretch out, as it now announces, to the electrical-supply business, a sign in a public thoroughfare in Oldham, Lancashire, strikes one as amusingly incongruous. Over the doorway is emblazoned In gilt and electric light letters: "Overcoats a...

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 November 1895

I HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vin. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA;, NOVRMBE.lt 1, 1895. NO. 48 AN AFRICAN ROMANCE. A Story Blended with Some Interesting Colonial History. BY EDWARD EVERETT HALE. CHA1TKR I. I find lhat very few of my country* taen understand anything of the detail yit Tillage life in Africa. Because the people who print the map-* choose to color ono region with carmino and another with cobalt, people take an Idea that thore are great nations there, eaeh, I suppose, with a president, a congress, reporters, and primary meet-* largs, and everything oise to make peo^o comfortable. All this U wrong. Africa, almost, everywhere, nnd in particular Central Africa, south of the Ores'., Desert, nnd north of what wo call, conveniently enough, the Cape, iu a land, I hal almost said, of Villages, By this I mean tbat thero are, I dare not so how many tribes, living comfort? ably enough, each in its own place, only molested when Arab slave traders come along; now that the slave trade of t...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 November 1895

-****??* Mtrthi-k^ri-iishiriMii minni I uland Recorder, i 'ms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. ?sue I ererv F rid av t vening bv II. Iv! A T-K-KTsT Y, -on .-luvrr**-. z* -cr-s-z-r-six-cri. at tho Monterey postoiftcr.? second cia*** matter. rey, Va, Frilay, Nov. 1, 1S95. fenibcratlc Ticket. (FuR liol*.-:: OF D CLEO Al W. A. RINEHART. ?Nt T lesday is electtcni day. i ti ?- lack of excitement one |hl not think thai an election near ut hand. Ft this reas fverv citizen having a vote [i'd io-otu- voting place and his ballot. It should he dem hrated tit this election that it not require monet, p.fiblh ?(-ln"s and a h'm to do to get men lo their duty, lt run not be de? ll thar it is a duty we owe our lutry to hive a hand in its gov* InnMit to thc extent of casting votes for the party pr man ht suitable. "T.e democrats, to it man, should ie out nod vote for th*, nominee ?their party. Th* "fair elections'' -ty i-* of recent origin tttid aftei election mich n party will no! known, and any promises ma...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 November 1895

a Highland Recrodek official director c. ' Jutl^c 18tb judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. sic Laughlin, Lexington \ a. County Judge.?Hon. 0. Ii, McDan nalil, Warm Bprings, Va. Circuit sr-i County Clerk ?... C. Ma the,iy, .\fo*r my, Va. A'."tor ncr (ot Commonwealth.?J. M. Colaw. Monterey, Va. ^lieriir.?K. M. arbogast Monterey. Tieas uer.?.1 A.. Jones, Hightown. CoTirnissioner of Revenue.?W. P. Oimpbell, .Monterey. Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson Sup't of Schools.?B. Ulnar Hansel. Nomi of Supervisors.?,1. 8. McNhlty, Chairman, andJas. Terry a:ul O. A. Stephenson C'toacn Tina 1st ku. Presbyteriau? Robt. M. Latimer M. K. Church?Rev li. H. (.''.ark pastor. V. B. Church?Rev I, M. Holt, pas? er M (lti?li South?W. II. Woo*. astor. Tu* Mails From Staunton I i Monier*? -Arrives at Monterey at? i. rn leaves al;' a. a.. daily. Horseshoe Route?Leaves Monterey at 5 a. m., via Va derpool, on Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Sa imlays; leaves Monte, tey at 5 a. m.. via rtrait Creek on Mon? day'? Wednesasysand Frida...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 November 1895

Vigorous Exercise. "Nora," said Mrs. Knervez, when the maid answered the ring of her mis? tress. "Nora, I will feed the canary myself after this. The doctor says I I must take more exercise."-"-Boston Home Journal. The perfume of her violets I never shall forget, For the florist's bill that came with them Is hovering 'round me yet ?New York Herald. . ? Sound Sleeper.**. Some very hardy, warm blooded peoplo forget that summer is gone and sleep sound? ly under light covering, even while Jack Frost is painting weird pictures on the pane--. But we all learn by experience, and they find themselves in the morning suffcr ing with stillness, soreness, lam-Aback, stiff ii-vk or muscular cramps. Still, experience tesohee. Like everybody elw, they get a bottle of'Sf, Jacobs Oil, nib well with it and Vs cured. Warmer clothing, and Um frost )hut out, they snore again happily, while from the towers of winter's storm clouds the sentry cries, "All's well." Xo man can have a good head and a bad stom...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 November 1895

I HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 8, 1895. NO. 49 UN AFRICAN ROMANCE. ntmsmwssnsnnma?wag-*B.-rT ---f^^mi A Story Blended with "Some Interesting Colonial History, BY EDWARD EVERETT HALE. CHAPTER HI, , Thus it is t hat I am able to lix tho date much Letter than if I had to rely on that t-u-iness of the double flats and the ris? ing and setting of tho sun. Thero wero no newspapers in Boston, ' but lhere was a groat deal ot ccnversn- j tion, and whatever was posted up on the town pump, or af the town house hard I by, or above the whipping post, or tn ' tho front of the meeting home, was rap- i idly repeated from mouth to mouth. So ' was it that tho week had not ended bo- ! fore tho town knew perfectly well that a "Ginny bln?k" was offered for salo. And in one and another conference, in which Winthrop and Dudley and John Cotton took the lead, as they came out fn .rn the Thursday lecture, the matter was discussed in all its relations. When John Cotton...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 November 1895

1 [IGHLAND BECOliDEK, Termg, ll.SO a Year in Advance. Issued eTcrv Friday t-renjngby "W. H. MATHENY, [3E*oiro3? -A.ir*p -p-craai-xsKKS. itered at the Monterey post office af second class matter, [pnterey, Va-, Friday, Nov. 8, 1800. Tiie election just passed, if noted >r anything in particular, would |e for the quietness that prevailed ll over the county. Only half the |ote of the county was cast and lose voting, in manv cases, made ii secondary matter, If they had kher business in town they came Ind transacted it, and while hore tated. Some, not wishing to inter? fere with the day's work, left off roting until late in the evening, 'her.i is one thing sure, each voter ras allowed to vote his sentiments, le was not bribed, or pulled, or muled; but if he was lucky enough bo know an election was at hand, he luietly walked in, procured his mllot, voted and came away unmo? lested. If the Walton election law ;a8 carried out all over tho State a< was in Highland this election, w^ r-ou...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 November 1895

Highland Reckodek official directory. $ Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. C. R. McDan naM, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit ari County Clerk.?J.C. Ma? theny, Mob a-tey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?J. M. Colaw. Monterey, Va. Sherill.?E. M. Arbogast Monterey. Tteasurer.?J A. Jones, Hitjhtown. Commissioner nf Revenue.?W. P. Campbell, Monterey. Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson Sup't of Schools.?B. Htner Hansel. Board of Supervisors.?J. S. McNulty, chairman, and Jas. Terry and 0. A. Stephenson Church Register. Presbyterian? Robt. M. Latimer M.E. Church?Rev R. H. Clark pastor. U. B. Church?Rev J, M. Hott, pas or. M - tlCKli South?\V. H. Wolf, astor. The Mails From Staunton to Monterey^ Arrives nt Monterey at 7 >. rn leaves at 5 a. m. dailv. Horseshoe Route?Leaves Monterey at 5 a. m., via Va derpool, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; leaves Monte, rey at 5 a. m., via Strait Creek on Mon? days Wednesdaysand Friday LOCAL NEWS. ijoa. C. P. J...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 November 1895

Whittler and the Ox. WJ.en Whittier was a child his father ha;l a pair of oxen named "Buck" and "Old Butler." They were treated al? most as family pets, and as they lay on the hillside, chewing their cuds, the two boys, Greenleaf and Matthew, used them as, armchairs, sitting upon their foreheads aud leaning against their horns. Old Butler once saved the future poet's life in a way that entitles bira *.o everlasting remembrance. The Btory is told in Mr. rickard's biography. The boy went to the pasture with a bag of salt for the cattle. Old Butler, from the hilltop, saw him coming and scurried down to meet him. It happen? ed that the slope was pretty steep, and the heavy ox acquired such momentum that he found himself unable to stop. A moment more, and the boy would "lave been crushed. But the ox pulled himself together, leaped straight Into the air, cleared the boy's head, and came to the ground far below with tre? mendous force, but happily without harm. In after life Whittier told ...

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

m RECORDER VOL. Viii. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 15, 1895. NO. 50. _ I ,.? , r,n TIT i !imrifii7 EU EELES. With bowl on lap, with cheeks distant, The eaijer child tho bubiy.e blows; "From thinnest film to bulging prid-a The iridescent vision prows. Half free it sways, then ewings adrift To float triumphant through the air; How bravely all its beauty show.-! Tho bubble bursts?there's nothing there. Tho lover p'cals?bis mistress smiles; Low words are breathe J; a blush, a sigh, A stea'thy pressure of the han I, The raising of a downcast eye. The vows are sad; the symbol ring Gleams golden es the maiden's hair; Two souls are shackled till they (tte The babble bursts?-there's nothin? there. Hark to the trumpet's brassil notes! What trophies does tho wjirrior bring.*' The banner.* wave?bebo *d the chief! Tn dea'cuim* peals the plaudits r'n :. The noiseless sands have stolen the hours; * How soou ihe fe coral torches flare! "The Ki np is dead. Lon-*- live tho Slag!" The bubb...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 November 1895

fCHLAND RECOllDER. Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. ^ Issued ererv Fridav evening bv "W. H. JmTA THEN"Y, roiro-s -a-wrs jrTrs?x*xaaaaRja. Entered at the Monterey postoiPre ap second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday. Nov.'lS, 1&M. The inhabitants of Clifton Forge li ave. fur the last six or eight months, linen kent in ii cull: taut state (if excitement and fear on ac? count of sever.il buildings being |T fired in the town at intfftvnls dur? ing that time, one of the fires re? sulting in the loss of a life aiul tin entire destruction of a building. AV'hile the officers, were satisfied jt a fiend was in their midst do jr the work, up to last Sundav |^,'t they were not able to find I .sufficient clue on which to niaki an arrest. At 2 o'clock on the nigh' mentioned. Parker Metcalf, a fire man on the C. & 0 and one of thi most valuable members of the Ciif ton Forge fire department, wa talking to a policeman and a shor ???- tune after.be left the policeman^ go home, fire was disc...

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 November 1895

Highland Ueckodek OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ?J udge! 3ih judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Jud.-e.?lion. C. lt. McDan nal?l, Wann Springs, Va. Circuit *m-1 County Clerk.?J. C. Ma? the.ly, Moe .w?y, Va. Attorney foi Commonweal!h.?J. M. Culaw. Monterey, Va. Sheriir.?E. M. A.rbogast Monterey. Tieasvirer.?J A. .Tones, Hightown. Co-nmissioner of Revenue.? W. P. Campbell, Monterey. Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson Sup't of Schools.?B. Hiner Hansel Boird of Supervisors.?J. S. Mcnulty, chairman, and Jas. Terry and O. A. Stephenson Cncnca Registuk. Presbyterial.? Robt. M. Latimer M. E. Church?Rev R. II. Clark pastor. U. B. Church?Rev J, M. Hott, pas? er. M * church Sout h--W. II. Wo'tf. astor. The Mails From Staunton lo Monterey-Arrives at Monterey at ? **. m. leaves at I a. a. daily. Horseshoe Route?Leaven Monterey at 5 a. m., via Va derpool, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saurdays; leaves Monte, rey at 5 a. m., via "Strait Creek on Mon. days Wednesdaysand Friday. LOCAL NEWS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 November 1895

F Bruisers. * Ko set of men io the world more aptly il? lustrate a certain Important point than prize fighters. The point ls with regard to the punishment they give and have to take. ?Whether victors or vanquished, they come out of a contest bruised from hoad to foot. That such men should be soon with all tho p blue spots cured seems marvelous, until \v<> know th-it thoy have uso 1 St. Jacobs Oil. Every one knows the virtue of tho groat remedy and that it will euro bruises, and the moral is, ail can prollt by the example. If the tlghtor knows ho can bo so cagily curod, ft is a lesson to all suhj<vt to hurts; th -y will ' lose no time from work if thoy use it. Licorice grows chief!-,- on the banks of the rivers Tigris and Euphrates. In Olden limes People overlooked the importance of pcr ensflcial effects and wore satisfied transient action, bat now that it is pen? ally know that Syrup of Fi?-8 will perma? nently euro habitual constipation, well in? formed peoplo will not buy...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 November 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. viii. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 22,1895. NO. 51. AlffiplTlfMYa'' A Tale of Love, Desertion, and Disobe? dience. BY BRET HARTE. CHAPTER I. It was ditter I1*- to say if Hays' tarin house, or "Hays," as it was familiarly called, looked any more bleak aud cheerless that winter afternoon than it usually did in the strong summer sun? shine. Painted a cold, merciless white*, with scant projection for shadows, a roof of white pine shingles, bleached light? er through nun and wind, and covered with low, white-capped chimneys, it looked even more stark and chilly than tho drifts which had climbed its low roadside fence, and yet seemed hopeless of gaining a foothold on the glancing walls, or slippory wind-swept roof. Tho Btorm, which had already heaped the hollows of the road with snow, hurled its finely granulated flakes against the building, but they were whirled along gutters and ridges ml disappeared in J Bmoke-Uke puffs across the icy roof. Tho granit...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 November 1895

Highland Recorder. n Terms, $1.90 a Vctrin Advance. Issued every I-'riiliv t vening 1)V W- H. MATHENY, xr*oi :o*? ?^.i-rr** r--v'=;i:*;iiEn. ?d Rt the Monterey postolPoe as secopd class matter, fiontercy, Va, Friday, N iv. 15, I 80.1. The Chesapeake aud Ohio rail wad company, through Presidenl Instils, hm contributed $1,000 to the fund tor rebuilding the Univer? sity <>f Virginia. Tho wisdom nt' th.* government Di printing its own postage stamps is shov* ti by the annual report oj Mr. Claude M. johnson, Chief of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, where the work is done. AUlio the postage stamps have Leen printed better than ever be? fore the government paid less by between $oQ,000 nnd $75,000 thau it ever before paid for the same amount of work. \o our last issue ire made men? tion of the arrest of Parker Met? calf, a C. ^ 0. fireman and member of the Clifton Forge fire company, upon the charge of setting tire t< several buildings in that place. II* was given a hearing a...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 November 1895

-' ' --ii ??? iiiini-aiiiiii.nm i Highland Keckodeu OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, f" Judge lSth judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hoa. C. R. McDan n:il?l, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit *"\r-i County Clerk.?J. C. Ma? theny, Mot i-.'v, Va. Attorney tor Commonwealth.?J. M. Colaw. Monterey, Va. Sberilf.?E. M. arbogast Monterey. Tieasirer.?-i A. .tones, Ili-rhtown. Commissioner of llevenue.? Vf, P. Cami-bell, Monterey. Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson Sup't of Schools.?H. Hiner Man***.-!. Ito int of Supervisors.?J. 8. McNulty, chair-nan, and Jas. Terry aad O. A. Stephenson Cn one A Ukgistku. . Presbyterial,? Robt. M. Latiir.er M.E. Church?Hev H. H. Clark pastor. U. B. Church?Re? J, M. Hott, pan or. M church Soat b?W. H. WoVf. | astor. Tn \Iv tl Prom St au n i <*u u, Monterey--Arti es %t Monterey at 7 **. m. leaves sit k. rn dailv. Horseshoe Route?Leaves Monterey nt ?**> a. m., via Va derpool, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sh'urday8; leaves Monte? rey at 5 a. m., via ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 November 1895

burned aF IHe BiakeTn london7\ / We can hardly realize the fact that lt oas only been but little over 100 yeara Blnce counterfeiters were publicly burn? ed at the stake in London, the present boasted "center of civilization." On March 18, 1780, Christlanie Murphy was executed at Newgate tower, Lon? don, for the crime Of "coining." Sho was bound to the stake seated on a stool, the main tie being a cord around Xhe neck. The funeral pyre was then lighted by the executioner and his dep? uties, one of the latter of whom finally Jerked the stool from under the wretch? ed creature, allowing the weight to fall on her neck. Within 48 minutes the body was finally reduced to ashes and buried in a hole on the spot where the execution took place. _, --?? Practical Lo^lc. To reason from causo to effect i3 very good logic in its way, but to practice on physical conditions in seeking the cause first, is a very slow process indeed. All ailments seem to give aa expression in pain, and especially io r...

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