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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 November 1895

RECORDER , VOL. vin. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 29, 1895. NO. 52. ft WINTER NIGHT AI "Hil? A Tale of Love, Desertion, and Disobe? dience. BY BRET HARTE. CnAFTF.R II.-Contlnuetl. "It'll hold on-e less tonight," 6he said locking at the.fire. "What are you talking about?" he asked in querulous suspicion. She drew a paper from her po.'ket. "It's that di aft of yours that you were crazy enough io sign Dawson's namo to. It was lying out there on the ' desk. I reckon it isn't a thing yon care I to have kept as eviden:e, even by your | lather." She held it in ihe flames until it was consumed. -' "By Jove, your head is level, Lottie!" I ho said, with an admiration lhat was not, however, without a weak reserve of i suspicion. "No, it isn't, or I wouldn't be here," j she said, curtly. Then she added, as if \ dismissing the subject: "Well, what did you tell her?'' "Oh, I said I met you in Now York. You see, 1 thought she might think it queer if she I new I only met you in San Fran...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 November 1895

,-ff U-UILAXD liECQUDEIt. Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance |??q i --verv Piidav tTeaing bv ?*?< T. j-T*. MATHENY, *EO_ . i.i A.17^ WXTneZsXmiSSSSe. Entered ?A tho Monterey post ol!1 ce a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Fri lay, X tt. '-'O, 1 Senator Hill has started much . fpssip >>v renting tv large house iu Washin^toM and reports as to his Intentions cover ev jry imaginable thine from fretting married to open ~ r^ r-> S'S. ' ins**; ti political club-house for the starting of a new boom for the presidential nomination, It is prob? able that Ins personal convenience wits bis.onlv reason for setting i p housekeeping. As tlte annual reports of the heads of tue various branches of the government service ure made it '(-, easv to see thai democrat ic it1 'it of economy in public expenditures have been put into effect wherever possible. The grand aggregrate of sill the saving effected may be found in the footings of the ordinary ex? penditure...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 November 1895

mtm*xsis*smssv**smmstmsmmsi Highland IIeckodeu OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ;' J udge 13ili judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.-?Hon. C. lt. MeDan n.tltl, WanB Springs, Va. ClrcuU v*i County Clerk.?J. C. Ma? theny, Mot t.'>y. Va. > lor.cv for Commonweal!h.?J. M. Colaw. Monterey, Va. Mi trill.?K. M. arbogast Monterey. Ti ensurer.*-J A.. .Jones, Hightown. Commissioner of Revenue.? W. I* C,u*n|*'**e(l, Monterey. Sup't of I'oor.?A. T. Stephenson Bup't of Schools.?B. Hiner Hansel. Ho ml of Supervisors.?J. S. McNulty, c'mirnan, and Jas. Terry ?nd O. A. Stephenton CtoacH II KG I ste u. Presbyterian? Robt. M. Latimer M.E. Church?Rev tt. H. Clark pastor. U. li. Church?Rev J, M. ilott, pas- j M * charon Sout h?W. il. VVo.f. j astor. Th I ? From Btauntouto Monteray -.-Wives* ?*t Monterey at? ?. m. leaves at f a. m. j daily. Horseshoe Route?Leaves Monterey ' at 5 a. m., via Va derpool, on Tuesdays, j Thursdays and Saurdays; leaves Monte, rey at 5 a. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 November 1895

The T. G. C. T. If we take up a modern atlas and look over the map of the United States, we soe the traceries of rivers and railroads so inter? twined as to bo confusing. But main stems and main streams are* plainly lined. It is ?erv much like a chart of the human system, with nerves and arteries well defined. Par? ticularly do we see tho G. 8. N. (great Sciatic nerve) main stem, which can carry to the square inch moro pain than some railroads carry in freight. A prominent business man in a big city was attacked by Sciatica. Tho pain was awful. Ho hurrie'l home in fear that he would bo crippled by it. In half an hour he was cured by St. Jacobs Oil. He now takes big stock in that famous remedy, and travels on tho T. G. C. Y. (take good caro of yourself) phm, keeping a bottlo of tho great pain cure always at hand. The only bird that sings while flying ls the lark. In Olden Timex People overlooked the imporlance of per? manently beneficial effects und were satisfied with tiansient acti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 December 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA,, DECEMBER 6, 1895. NO. 1. LOVE'S POWEH. If 1 ?wer? blind, and thou shouldst enter E'er so softly in the room, u I should know it, I should feel it, Something subtle would reveal Ity I,'And a glory round thee center :! That would lighten up the gloom. I And my heart would surely guide me, With love's second sight provide me, I One amid the crowd to find, If I were blind! If I were dear, and thou hadst spoken Ere thy presence I hal known^ I should know it, ** I should feel it, Something subtle would reveal it, And tho S9.tl at once be broken By Love's liquid undertone. Deaf to other, stranger voice?, And the world's discordant noises? "Whisper, where3o'er thou art, 'Twill reach my heart! ?Josephine Pollard. I A LITTLE BUSK <ry OFTEN think what n deal of fun con? ventional folks must mis?," said Gladys Bolton, in? tent upon an elab? orate pattern ene was producing with a hatpin upon the stiff front of her S*"**** crea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 December 1895

JmilLAND RfiCOKDEK. Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. l?s-jed ev-trv Prtdav t-centafi **>-> v. . TrX. -mi?.Tirxi3isry, *= - *-u ^- r-o **^r**sss-xeiase3B'S?. intered at the Monterey pent oil'pe a? second class mattOT. lonterey, Ya., Friday, Fcc 0,1895. A Great Step of Reform. A-'cotding to the Civil Servico [Jhroniele. of Indianapolis, ''tin greatest single step" taken -in ? Lils* enactment ot the Pendleton ?jivi'- ?'??,-vi ff li w of January 10 1833, \v*,*s that "taken q met ly No vc-i)!v.r 8, 1005, h\ President Cleve lund" in issuing au order v.hich linnie*" ii Urgp number (if our G0, 0Oo fnnrth-clasa postoffices i;nri?r Hie *?)i^r;ition o{ the civil-service rules nnd promises the intimate in ? lusiurt of u sri)! larger number. The President'? order authorize*** ihe Ptwtmaster-General to consoli-. date post-trrices. and when a post-1 otri :e is liv him consolidated with a Hlree-deliveryw office, then all the omploves of tin1 office thus cons iii . dated shall b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 December 1895

Highland Ueckojdek OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. r Judge Hxh Judicial circuit ?Hon. \\ m. WcLaughlin, i.exin-j-ton, Va, * <"unt_v Judge.?U<ia. O. A. McDan * Jd, \\ arni Spring*, Ya. Circus \r'* County Clt*rk.--.J, C. Ma liMJiiy, Moe i ;>*,*, Va. V.toraey tor Comnonwoalili.?J. M. .Colaw. Mo nt*,'i-ey, \ a. Sbc-iiL-?l. Nt. ftrbogast Monterey. Tums uer.? I A.. .Toned, UUhlown. *o wir.issiuner of lleveu\.o.-^W. P. .Cimpboll, Monterey. Sup't ot Poor.?A. T. Stephenson Sup't of Schools.? II. ll mer Ilantte). Do ard of Supervisors ?J. S. McNulty, Chairman, aud J as. Tarry aud O. n. ?BicpLenson Coulton ll kc i-"ii:u. Presl.yieriau? Kobi. M. Latimer M 1-:. Church?Hev H. ii. Clark pastor. U. U. Chuich?Rev I, M. holt, pan M c'nrcli Sui li-W. II. Woif astor. ?1 n ' From St aunt ch ti Mono<r?*v ~ .Wives at Monterey at 7 *.. nv Raves at i a. tn. dailv. Horseshoe Koute?Leaves Monterey at T> a. m., via Ya derpool, on Tuesdays, rhnrtdaya and Sa* unlays: le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 December 1895

NOTES OP THE DAY ?K$. Ta the famous Garden of Olives at Jerusalem there are eight flourishing Dllve troes thal are known to be over 1,000 years old. The largest sheep ranch wi the North American continent is one of 400,000 acres lying in the counties of Dimmit and Webb, Texas. It is announced that the railroad be? tween Beirut and Damascus is complete nnd is open for traffic. This is the first railroad opened in Syria. The largest steam shoveler In the world ls at work In the phosphate beds of St. John Island, near Charleston, S. C. It weighs lifty-six tons. Men who work In the New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Canadian salt works are never affected with cholera, diphtheria, yellow fever or smallpox. Frof. P. G. Plummer, of Tacoma, Wash., is authority for the statement that there are hundreds of trees in that vicinity upward of Too feet in height. There is a little village named Mark p-enklrcben in Saxony where every Working person, men, women aud chil? dren, is engaged lu the manufa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 December 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. ix. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA-, DECEMBER 13, 1895. NO. 2 THE MESSAGE. Foreign Affairs and Finances tiie Only Subjects Discnssed. MONROE DOCTRINE UPHELD, No Forcible Increase of Territory Here by Any Foreign Power*. Solution of the Finance "Problem?Can? cellation o' Gree.ibacks Ur-jecl and the Issue of Long Term Low Kate lion-lg ?-Free Sliver Coinage Opposed by the President?Concerning Cuba, He Says This Country Should Kemaln Xeatral, To the Congress of thu United States: The present a?sembla-?e of tho legislative branch of our Government occurs nt a time when the interests of our people and the needs of the eonn'.ry give especial promi? nence to the condition of our foreign relations nnd Ihe exigencies of our National finance?. The reports of tho heads of the several ad? ministrative departments of the Government fully and plainly exhibit what has been ac? complished within the scope of their respec? tive duties, and present such recommenda? tions for tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 December 1895

JJlSliLAXD RtiGOttDEK. Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. l**9ued everv Friilav c/cuinp l>v W. KC. Jr.! A THENY, ?ss*-r*; 5 a ^.*;t*id w**ot??xoatanaa. Sat arc* I cti the Monterey poatofPre as second class matter. Monti rey, Va., Friday, Dec 13, 1805. 1*5\* n*0"es* we have published in ?Hi is issue a lon jj urticle on ihe dis ease ktfnwn as Tex ns-fe vcr Al1 ? t li nt is i.ct essary to lie snit! bv us is , that -chile (lie appointing ?*f a ? board I'Y this district is treater1 lightly lev some, tho time wil] chancre when Highland (ailie, our only source of revenue, are- made te . Btav at h'.tuo. Much nonsense, souk* of it utter Iv idiotic, baa been written becmisf President .Cleveland was absent from Washington when Lord Salis bun's a uaw cr to Secretary Olney1* note of last Inly, asking whether England intended to arbitrage its bounderv dispute with Venezuela, nnd notifying England that this country would not, tolerate the forcible seizure oi territory claim ed by Venezuela...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 December 1895

Highland Reckodek official directory. ?Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?lion. Wm. M ?? : :gbllu, Lexingtou, Va. County Judge?lion. 0. It. McDat, n ilil, Warro Springs, Va. Circuit <\r d County Clerk.?J.C. Ma Ibeny, Moir i.*??>?, Va. A'tomev for Commonwealth.-?J. M. Colaw. Monterey, Va. Sbtriif.? 'A. M. -vrliogast Monterey. Tieasurer.?J A. Jor.en, Hilltown. UomiPisaioaer of Revenue.-?W. P. Campbell, Monterey, r^up't of Poor.?A. T. Stephe7ir,on Pup't of Schools.? B. Miner Hansel. Board of Supervisors.?J. S. McNulty, d'oirman, and Jas. Terry and O. A. Stephenson Council RsGiaTBR. rre?ln*ieriai.? Robt. M. Latimer M. E. Church?Rev lt. H. Clark pastor. U. li. vaiuieh?Kev J, M. holt, pus M church Soot h--W. II. VYo'if. a>tor. Tn t From StaunirtjU, Mon*pr?v?Arrives at Monterey at ? ?. in leaves ut ?* a. m. dnilv. Horseshoe Route?Leaves "Monterey at 5 a. m., via Va derpool, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Ka'urdavs; leaven Monte? rey at 5 a. m., via Strait Creek on Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 December 1895

Told in a Dream. If Hugh McGuire, of Goodland, Kan., hndn't dreamed a dream the other night he would have been much poorer than he is to-day. His old uncle in Washington, D. C., died and left a will which bequeathed to Hugh an old vio? lin. The instrument was sent by ex? press, but Hugh, whose expectations had been much greater, was mad and wouldn't take the fiddle from the ex? press office. Then caine the dream, to the effect that the fiddle was full of money. The instrument was carried home, and whon it was opened it was jfound to contain $1,S00 aud a deed to some very valuable land. _ __ . nigh, "Low Juc"*:. Fine ice means very cold weather, then eomes a high old time in skating rinks, and skirting ponds, on slid**? and rides, and we go home tired aud overheated. It's the snme old story of cooling off; off with wraps and OO with all sorts of aches and pains, rheu? matic, neuralgia, sciatic, lumbugic, includ? ing frost-bites, backache, even toothache. They who dance must nay tho p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 December 1895

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. ix. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., DECEMBER 20,1895. NO. 3. Across the hedge a scream 1 heard, And saw Priscilla run. Tursued by a gigantic biri Out in the winder sun. The gander flapped his wings in air And, hissing, pressed the pace "While she with feelings of despair Led the unhappy chas?. I scaled the hedgerow double quick, And as the gander came In range I raised my walking stick And with unerring aim Landed upon his head a whack Which proved the maid's release Fram harm?for he turned on his back And closed his eyes iu peace. 'Our Christmas bird is ready quite To dangle on the pep,'' She murmured, ''lill with rare delight W?> Ml him wing and le.'." She smiiod aad said, "you'll come around On Christmas Day to dine?" I answered, wiih u bow profound, "I'll bn there snow or shine!" In juicy pride the gander lay Most luscious, brown and fat. Upon the dish that Christmas Day, While we about him sat. Across the board upon me fell Her smile, which was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 December 1895

r UGHI,A3rD RfiCOllDEll. Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued everv Fridav t vening bv B*?**-- O'** -A-in**. I=-13-*E3I-*tS3*IZS2*ei. ntered at the Monterey post off ce as second class matter. lojiterey, Va., Friday, Dec -JO, 1895. Congressional Contests. The Washington correspondent] )f Mi ind av's Baltimore Sun says: "Manv of the contestants are be runing alitfost as well Known as Hie new menah-1 rs. Booze, who thinks he has a premising case linst Ke preterit uti ve Rusk, has been at the Capitol almost every av tiie House has been in session. Jacob Yost, who is contesting the jheiit ol' Hepre^emative Tucker, of Virginia, ha** been seen daily with his attorned, Col. Jame:* D. linr'y. wherever Congressmen are known to assemble. J. Bampton Hoge, who is after the place in the Vir? ginia delegation now occupied o\ Major Otey, of Lynchburg, is also !a conspicuous figure about the Hons-**, and though he is li "re rep representing, lie declares, certain Virginia clients, lie is alleged ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 December 1895

r. i pBtlGHLAND ReCROPEK | ,__ I OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. -lu%0 irjth ju'lit ii?l Circuit.?IIou. Wm. j McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. O. R* McDan- j &?M, Wann Springs, Va. Circuit ""?.H County Clerk.?J. C. Ma UH???y, Moa h?y, Vi. Attorney ior Coininonwoallh.-?J* M. Colaw. Monterey, Va. Bberiir.?E. li. Arbogast Monterey. Ttcasuer.?I A. Jones, Ifightowa. Co-mntsaioncr of Reveal*-*.?W. P* Campbell, Monterey. Supt of Poor.?A. T. Stephenton Sup't of Schools.? H. Miner Hansel. Baird of Supervisors.?F. ft McNulty, lairman, ami J as. Terry ami O. ^. epLenaou Church Rroistkr. Ptvuhvieriai.? Pobt. M. Latimer M. R. Church?Rev tt. II. Clark pastor. limich?Kef J, M. lioti, pas a ova Soul h?W. II. Woif. Tn r m Btauniriito Mon?er?*v-??.*Wivc? at Montera? at ? *. m leaves at P a. m. diVllv. Horaeahoe Route-?1 .eave* Monterey at ?*) a. m., via Va derpool. on Tueadavs, Thursday* nnd Sh nrdava:leaves Mont*? rev <it r> a. m., via Strail Creek on M ou? ray? We...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 December 1895

Not an Insult. Major Lomax, of the United States army, visiting In Canada soon after the war of 1812, was entertained In Que? bec by the officers of one of the royal regiments. After dinner, speeches and toasts being In order, one of the Brit? ish officers, having imbibed too gener? ously of the champagne, gave as a toast: "The President of the United States. dead or alive." The toast was accepted with laughter. Major Lomax rose to respond, saying: "Permit me to give as my toast, 'The prince regent, drunk or saber.' " The British officer sprung Instantly to his feet, and In angry tones demanded: "Slr, do you intend that re? mark as an insult?" To which Major Lomax calmly replied: "No, sir; as the reply to one." . . The Oblitring Poet. f "I wish you would put your name down for $10 to this subscription," said the lady to the poet. ''Certainly," he said. "I'll put lt down for nothing." Then he wrote his name. "Keep your $10, Mrs. Patkins.." he add? ed, as he blotted the signature. "I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 December 1895

RECORDER VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., DECEMBER 27, 1895. NO. 1 SWEET MYSTERIES. Slowly the seeds In the garden are growing Glad honeys! Title?, set In motion by winds briskly blow? ing, Fause ere they rise; The nestling shall rise and aspire to Hparen's Kate, And the butterfly, though in a shroud he must wait In dim surprise; Foi- all thing.- shall rise. Gently kind spring has awakened the flow? ers. Sweet mysteries! ?Swiftly the grub on the wing, with new pow? ers To*hdppines3 flies; Ever with refluent wave and strong motion Landward now march the forces of ocean: Grand auguries!; For all things do rise. In the world visible lurks thc Invisible, Muking men wise, Telling of blessed truth3 plainly perceptible To love-lit eyes, Telling of Heaven and the happy To-morrow, Te ling of joy with no vestige of sorrow, And of bright eyes, Where love never dies. -C. P. Wilson, in New York San. 'HE THIEF ON THE SHIP, ?3. MELHURSI'S compliment!*., dr, and would you please come down t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 December 1895

?aa-sr. 1 I ihlaxd Recorder. srins, $1.50 a Year in Advance. [?sued cverv Fridav tvcninRbv W_ l-l. M A.THENY, }IrOTi A.1T=5 S *t"I3Z-.1^-i.--Z=.Tt. 'Cd rd the Monterey postolPcc a? ? md class mal ercy, Va, FriJ.iy, I)-. '37, 1895. on't look fur an [ssne of MtDEB ne*1 week. It will h i hoiuh.y, hut will | roroptly aa. - ?on the 10th ci" January, I this is the usual custom, ii ls ii > further explanation. A ry Christmas to you all. (k-Congressman Stone, of Ken? ley, lias abandoned hope of j Jocrat 1 /dug el reted t*? sm ator Blackburn. Ile says: ?* i Ii eblican-** will unseat en focrats in the House i:i fa i .tc-dan-s of their o'>vn party to ii them ;i majority and will I J senator, and Representative liter will probably be the in:*.:!." Kate Senator St iff ord, i.i t o is now in Washington, pooli )hs the idea that there is dancer me populists getting control A State, ric says: *i have but ile fear in regard to the C'.iiti** \ predominauct of the den] party in Te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 December 1895

ijieycifng Helps Temperance. Then- never was so unic1! teetotal sentiment in England as there is to-day, says Miss Trances E. Willard. One of ?the things that helps temperance ls the bicycle. It is spoiling the business of _,_jlie saloons and of the low variety thea? ters. 1 think the bicycle ls heaven's way of helping people to have a good time without using stimulants. In En? gland cut-door exercise for women is much more prevalent than it Is here, and women are going in for it more than ever. They ride to hounds and go yachting offiiner than we do. They of? ten play cricket, and lhere wns a match between two women's clubs when I was there. The effect of this is that En? glish women are gaining in health and ?strength. I felt like a lilliputian among those magnificent, well-built creatures. Thi "Ve.Y Yaxr Onfoa't. Tho business o' ths country ha-s be?3-n*? Bo dependent uj>3.\ politb-*, especially tin manufacturing and importing iurerjsts, that there is again a hill in it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 December 1895

ir G1ILASD RECKODKK LOCAL NEJVS. John W. Simmons aud wifes weue in town yesterday. Hon. C. P.. Jon*s returned to Richmond, Monday. X Cliff. Matheny is visiting friends on Back Creek. Dr. II. H. Jones paid Monterey a ??vi?it during the holidays. Mr. J. Ui. -Bradshaw has gore ?north with a lot of cattle. The diphtheria in Crabbotto-su valley, we are glad to say, is taring it* sWld, Mrs. ^lizabeth Lingett, of Staunton, is yoting relatives in Monterey. Mr. Eugene Rodgers returned recently from a trip to the Atlan? ta Exposition. m Don't forget t'hat H. M. Slaven ?can onier any new.*fapei' or maga? zine publishid. Miss Maj S!?ven returned lo Staunton, Monday, to resume her studies in music. Mr. John Marshall, of Franklin, is visiting his daughter, Mr-. W. E. Wilson, this week. Mr. C. C. Arbogast is out of town in the interest of hit new stove, tne "Wonder.1' Mr*. K logier, who is milking hi r hti.iQ with her daughter, Mrs. C. J. Cross, is critically M. _.. Most of the boys and girla who ...

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