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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 January 1896

RECORDER , VA., J ANUARY 10, 18S6. NO. 5 ie re. [he lld |ch ist lcd [had [in d of en |6im lotinf He sur icred [ho Inl? ier [nt it? pine liyec) Uar. not lum lat do ii mo? bil! flo say. [aching afford li, anc' Cul VC) 1 che V * lim I nay it I his like ird lui: Ind I'1' im 'oks following tho rthe preceding chap , "A "The Little Casino" J change in tho habits Jr ot its proprietor. His fmo eo lypular that drinkers ethel/ saloons and went corner to Jack's for a do ' Hm faro game had even .fortnight earned the repute* Jig the "squarest fe Aspen,'' lad registered a shockingly I oath to sell no more manu Jhisky, and to rest satisfied lat ural percentage that must l.io dealer in every banking Igo of manner was even more jommented upon. He exer [usual careful eupervison over iches of his nefarious busi van as courtly as ever in his [of patrons; he p^rmittc I min acklcgs to slap him familiarly ?k, without a shrug of disap it with it all every oneremerii lus change. said ho had develop cl a tast...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 January 1896

jmuiA's rvmsm r -w n rm vtrmt ra m-m ??IJI,AND RECORDER. Terms, $J..*JO ? Year in Advance. __-.-? Issue.] evcrv PriJav ?. *.-c::'ng bv "W. Ii. 3VT A TIiTiN"Y, ?ESiroi? ^i-irr? ?*?*?*-*-**^23****-,=*3*rx*r::,ra. Entered at thc Monterey posto-lPr-e af secouel class molter. ?Monterey, Va., Friday, Jan. 10, l&K The young emperor ot Germany ?seem.*; to Hr spoiling for .1 fi*;ht und Sa-even ready to fight Ilia grand*; ttl ut li er.?Stn nilton Ke.irtf, Yes. Undo Sam made a grave; mistake by n-ot allowing Coxey to' tramp the gras* io vu io tbe Capi? tol Squire, by this limo be would fc.jvfl hill the British on the retreat. Not a J lot headed Peopte. It will not do to call the Ameri? can people hot-header!. It will he recalled that some of us didn't g3f' real mad until about twenty year> after the close of the lust war.?i Washington Post. We thank our patrols for their] many favor? during the year just closed, and hope the new year will be one of pleasure sud profit to each one of the...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 January 1896

^TiMi Highland ItECKODBl \\ OFFICIAL FHA A JuclgclStli McLaughlin, \ \ a* . County Ju!* Won. 0. II. MtD euIU, \\ urra **-? ?! in. j, Va. Circuit -"vr l County Clerk.? the-.iy, Mer. i *.-y, \j a. i A'.toraey ior Cofmnonweal y Colaw. Monti rey nn. Sherill.? !*:. \\ si Monica,1 Tieasai't- , Hightown. Cominis*. ,f Kevern.**}.-?W. P. Cimi'iH'H, Montervv. 8o|iH ol 1 or.- .*. T. Steplieason Sii]?'i ol' **- I*. Hiner ll nama. Baird of Sapervi lois I. 9. McNo-Uv*, chairman, ami Jas. Terry and 0. Vi. *8.epL#nson Cai kn. Presbvterli I!- -' t M. I .-kt i mer M.K Chur? II. Clark pastor. I'. Ii. Choi .* J. M. hon, i-is ?>? M oin V n. w c ?astor. Tn r From Stan* ?? A "rives ai. Monterev at >. ? nt i tt. i% 'lally. Horseshoe Moi lt ?'i ft. m., via . ? n TnesdsJY**, ^hur-ndays ami Sa'u ,*???? .-ty**--, leavfxq Mont*. Joy nt .'j a. m., via SlMrtl Creek on Mo Bayi Wedneftdftyaaad Friday LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Chas. Williams ealled to ls Tu ese", av. J. fi M sNuUy, E.?q., of MeDow ?11, Was in town, Fnes...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 January 1896

Not Interested. They were telling of books that they had read, and thi* man with the fore? head asked what the other thought of "The Origin of the Species." Tho other said he hadn't read it. "In fact," he added, "I'm not interested in ?financial subjects."?Boston Transcript. 1'orec.iMer*. Some pcple are so Influenced by the flor? ine current.-- of the Atmosphere that they can foretell the coming of a thunderstorm with perfect accuracy, and others there aro with nerves so sensitive that they are sure of having neuralgia from n low ami fretful stale of the nervous system. Now why can't tho. hitter be warned in li lie mid know that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure? To use Si. Jacobs Oil promptly will wari off un atta'-k. or if attacked, will promptly cure. Such people can do for themselves what oth?r.- do from weather prophecies, heed the signal:* aud save the wreck aud disaster. When a woman is indiffon-iit to thc size ot hei fe 't, it is a si^n of old ag". A Child Enjo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 January 1896

INTENTIONAL SECONOEXPOSURb VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 17, 1896. .NO. I! ft CHftRACTEmlftiM Jack Bowdoins Conversion and Hov; It Came About. 13Y Cl,AY M. ORSBNB. rut ir: I: ll. ronllnuett. \r,\ iho .*;i'.' Ar. Sampson mado iii ? following entry in his subscription "Mary Cl arioso Bowdoin, oath $1,0*00." And i ow, ralf on," sn id Jack,"there's pomi'thin' else. I want to learn t<? play lh>- organ Ly note, and you c in put mo on Ihe i*>*_ 111 road to it." ' How ro " "Nol-oh- in Aspen but Miss I harlos knows how to tench it, and ;i month ugo yo*i wouldn't Iel her give mo a !? - FOll." "1 wa* afraid (lin! any connection with " Wi nhl gi p i.i* a ba 1 nani", tli lt's lt. Bul Iii dilT< renl now: I'm a changed n a*i. 1 go to chur -li i wi e <\f\\\ Smi lay. I -.if lo Chicago and ; Knight i" my place, an I ? \r-1 v ni* lil I j !.'?*. chur h music to tho "Mr. I'uv.-i. in, vi ii eiirpriso in*?!" "Yes, and you can l?el n st ick o' blues I ? i;i-?? i?,-. .1 ih....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 January 1896

'tn Advance. Frl-J***- trcnlnjjbv *> THENY, fi-ra ywasi.aaii-a-i*. Monterey postoiPre as: second ela**js matter. Monterey, Va., FDihiy, Jan. 17, 1890 It seems thnt the new jail build*, .nj: hus brougt the countv had , Muck. A very vhort time- uftei ihe ? oiiilding wa? completed it wr.:, ap -propriateiy dedicated, intf -aince ! that time. weTec-1 sure, the a vera gp ? number of prisoner-**, has. hePn ;it -jea-s* two. Th*-old building wm "not so h-vitir.g'and in the latter days of its "biotorv it. wa? a rm ?.ight to see a face behind its bars. A hill to provide for th.-* pi*..,eo: tion uf domestic animals, '\o au? thorise and empower thc ?'i.-nt'rd of Agriculture to establish live atoc-k quarantine linos, mles and regnla tion. ugul to prescribe penalties for violating the same, was recently introduced in the senate by its pa ? tron, Hon. O', P. Jones. v A*s this is a stock-raisirg seciitiii we will pub* ' Hali the bill io-o-ur ner*t ksiVp.'"" l^re is what we have in the lust if&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 January 1896

-?iMj,i***ym***?'i|?i<??Hfl LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Robert Itzhtntr was in {own this morning. Mr. Cam Arbogast bas ceased to ??"Wonder" for a while. Mr. Bobt, Wiley, of Mill Gap. was in town, yesterday. >ir. Ham* Cm m mett made a trip io Bath county, this week. Philip Eagl>*\ of Straight. Creek, was in to see us yesterday, Mr. PatMeNultv, inf Meadow Dale, was in'town, yesterday. Don't forget tho band jmepting tonight at Ur.'rrimble.':-o^.G Dr. Siron, of McDowell, was in Monterey ti short tini?, Tuesday. Dr. II. ll. Jones, of Doe Hill, was in this jiart of the oounty, yesterday. Mr. Robert Be.ithe, of McDowell neighborhood, was in town. Wed? nesday. JWt forget thai H. M. Slaven ra4i or4er nov nc\vs;?:iper or maga? zine published. As Ihe wnr clouds above ns an mixing. Om people beneath them j **} tixiri^f for?peare Mr. J. C. Boggs, xi ho, on account o: sickness, bas he**** cojuined tr bis homo, is improving. .Prof..]. M. Fine, optician from , Baltimore, spent a portion of t li is , w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 January 1896

DIGGING ITS flRAVE. ed *W\ That's What Kncland Is Doing for lier Vast Indian Empire. / After dwelling upon tb**- extreme pov? erty of the people of Iruta, A. J. Wil? son iu discussing the affairs of that country says: Upon this substructure of poverty has tho magnificently extrava? gant imperial power of England in In. dia been built up. It is a power that has meant well many a time, and which has done well in not a few instances; but all its merits are eclipsed by its abominable waste, and its end must bo that of all empires which have preced? ed it. Should it not die from internal convulsions, or from foreign wars, it will dwindle and perish from the ex? haustion of the people it rules ana sucks dry of their life's substance, or it will collapse smothered in its debts. The mind cannot contemplate a fu? ture so full of risks and sinister proba? bilities without sadness. So much good has been meant to India, so much good done by its English masters, that we could hop? still for the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 January 1896

NTENTIONAL SECONOEXPOSUKt HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTV, VA., JANUARY 21, 18%. NO. 7. A CHARACTER PARADOX. Jack Bow Join's Conversion and How It Came About. BY CLAY M. GREENE. CHAt'rrn III. ( ontln-n-wl. And ih. y walked hand in hand to the house, win?!?.? Mrs. Brown stood waiting on the vcrunda. 'Why, \\h:r have you got there, Mr, Bowdoin?" she asked. "I've brough) a pco*.' little orphan for you to lake care "i for rae." "Fi r ni'' to take cave ot?" Yr-; why, I ' an't do it myself." And he related to her the incidents lhat led to his adoption ol' little Heh n. "It's a i-ad story, and I'm real Borry for the ] o ?*? little thing, but I can't have her hero.*1 "What's that? You.pretend to bo a ChrisTinn woman, and want to turn away this moth* rloss little inno ???nt?" "I .-,*"i't l-c bothered with young ono? tunning alon! Ar- liou-o. i dou'tlike them, anyway." Thai settles it, Mrs. Brown,* replied ?V.'?!. with determination, "llu-n j*ou I:.lui be I oth'Te I witt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 January 1896

ULAND RECORDER. renns, $l.">0 a Yeariu Advance. I'-'iifd ererv Fvldav ? veninp bv Vt". I*. *A. A TKCE3STY, E*5*."ort A.t70 r -C5"3?:si:e**s. Intered Rt tbe Monterey postolfee ae j second rbis-, tmit'er. tey, Va., Friday, Jan. 84, 18P0.' lohnny, Get Your Gun. [ite a little ripple oi ?exxriie was experienced ju thia city evening ovtr a -dispatch in Millay's JMiibideljdiiaTjiiu-.s from Tallahassee, Florida, tu tl we effect -that orders have 1h'?*u received to yee Mint jtiif Florida militia ave in readineas to luke the field ut a ino BVs fiotjce. Similar orders have .sent to the governor's iff oth uther.i rSt ites jt jg thought tiiere isa deal on by which and will purchase Cu-ba oj i, aiul the Island ij> the desii n ot the British Hying squadron, and tj'mt the United States will resist the transfer. None of the other city oriners ?*- -published the dispatch. Governor O'Ferrall asked of the local military hereabout two weeks ago how many men they co ti lu put id the field on short ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 January 1896

Highland ISixiiodek LOCAL NEWS. The Masons will li uhf a meet inp tonight. Samuel Sample*, of "Straight Creek, is sick. Mr. Jacob Hoverer, of Hightown, ISM over, Monday. Several ot' the Mill Gap people ??were in town, Tuesday. Mr. L. M. McCIung, of Hull Pasture, was iu town, Tuesday. Hr. John Sponaugle. ot' Straight Creek, called to see us Saturday. Dr. M. IS. Campbell, ol Meadow I)ah?, was iu Monterey, Monday. Mr. Sunders, a Hal ti mure drum? mer, was at the Commercial vester <lay. Mr. George Bussard. nf Ho'ar Springs, spent hist r riday night in town. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Carpenter wore visiting friends on Jackson1**? JJiver, last Sunday. Mr. Ash hy Ham mer, of McDow ?ell neighborhood, was in town. Monday, on business. V. H. Bishop's father, who re? sides at Elkton. is very iii, his trouble being heart futlure, E. T. Hums is tin* iirw poet in ust -cr nt Burnsville, Hit ii countv, in place of A. ,1. Heveue*" resigned. Dr. K. Trimble was summoned to Mill Gap ye>terd.ty evening t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 January 1896

5g cut as lt explains a broad cure ol many things. For ia? in a sprain, severe or mild, warmth friction begins a truo operation. But, ilrst and foiemost, use St Jacob* Oil. Tho Hooded WHimth and friction comes from ru' - bins it on. Tho skin and iDjurod muscle grow soft nnd healed and take up the curative properties ol Ihe remedy, ona lt is not long lefore one feels tire pain draws out. Other properties are at work to strengthen nnd restore, and apoeitivo euro follows like magic. ? Bo careful of your old shoes. They will come In handy ;it your wedding, and much handler afterwards. Thc n*m\ Pleasant Way Of preventing tbe grippe, colds, headaches, and fevers ls to use tho liquid laxative rem? edy. Syrup of Figs, whenever tho ty-tem needs a gon'lo, yet offec'ive cleansing. To be henel! cl ono must get the true re nely manufactured by iho California Fig Syrup Co.'inly. For sale by ali drurgis s in 50c, and *1 bottles. Just attempt to sell a man ''his choice" between two articles, aud se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 January 1896

INTENTIONAL SECOND EXPOSURE V VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 3!, 1891!. NO. 8. THE HEART'S STCRY, t will not doubt, though all my .-hips nt sea Come <. ri rt iiii-r home, with broken masts xml sails: I will believe tbe Haul which never fails, From seeming evil, worketh g khI for mr; And thong!* I weep because tb ?? dis are tattered, Oill will I cry, while my best hopes lie shattered, "J trust in Thee." I will n il d >ubt, though all my pray rs ro t ii rn Unanswered from the -till white realm ab ivi ; 1 will believe lt U an all-wise] >ve Which has refuse,] these thin;*- for which I year;', And though at times I cannot kcop from grieving, Yet the pure ardor of my fixed believing UndimmeJ .hull burn. I will not doubt, though sorrows fal like rain. Anl troubles swarm like bees about t<: hive; I will believe the heights for which I strive Ar-' only reached by anguish ami by pa n; And though I ki-..au and v,-riih.> beneath my or 1 yet shaH see through my e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 January 1896

post off ce "as isa rna tier. ra, Friday, inn'. ft. tSDH. Icre was a decided looking-rp ie horse market tact Mon .'ay. dozen or more buyers were hero [jllid lidless than 105 (?r 170 horses weYe 3o.d. Prices were it shad.* ''?.better itian' heretofore.*! hough still far below th's old-time average . Mos!, of l'i,6 horses were shipped "ti? the eiisac-rn markets. Tuondav'> nuj-eraexpei:t to rc-lurn to Harri fvdVtiiburg for Fubruary co,ur, and Sre ,s o unod prospect for still Pu'rth'M* improvement i.i the tn.il* ket at that time'.?Rockiughaut lie>/isterm AHeghany, i>~th ana Craig. ,*\Jr. Jones of II ij^hl.-uxl .county has int rofl n ct p iC'b il I into the leg i" islatnre'making provisions' to add Hath county*' fo A.leghauy' andi Craig, and to assign one judge (Geo. K. Anderson; t,o preside nt the! monthly sessions ^.f the courts ol these counties. Hath ard Higli \* lind counties as at prese.it associ? ated forma judicial district, but in 1 the new bill Highland will bc a.l 1 d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 January 1896

H*.R? ^r. J. W. Biron, of JafcDowelJ* tb see' us Tuesday. . Mr. Joseph Hiner, Sr., who baa Leen sick, is Improving. Kev. A.if.' Smith, of Mill Gap, was iii town, W'dne&dHV, Mr. Ed. Bull, of Hightown, wa* here Saturday, on business."* We have add.'-d several new naiu-'s tn our subscription list this week. Mr. J. Ci, Swats, of West Augus? ta, visited friends here this week. Mr. Janies Light tier, of Bath, county, attended court thi*.:?t!'; Mr. Wm. Simmons, of Straight Creek, is very ill from pneumonia. Mr. Wm. T. Hamilton, of Bull Pasture, was in Monterey this week. Mr. Wm. McNulty. of McDow? ell, wns Mr. S. B :i??/..: guest* lust Saturday. Mr. Salisbury Newman of Crab bottom, pail our town a' vi-it last Saturday. Mr. W.n. GI id well, of Green Hank, W. Va., was in town a abort time today. Messrs. Howard nod Charles Mo? di itic, of Jacksons River, were in town Saturday. Mr. Henderson Lockridge, of Bali Pasture, called to tee us while ?:" in town Tuesday. Mr. It:irrv Crummett return...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 January 1896

Pfctild only fo*"esee, what mlsory rbe prevented. Ono ot the many Ilclcrs of events In tbo lifo of Napoleon Sys he lost Waterloo from a pain In his back, being unfitted thereby for personal lliroction o' tho battle. It is always the un Vxpectod tbat mare tho best anticipations, "aud thus so nany bus-mess mon, laboring men or women, primed for success, are taken down suddenly. Nothing comes more , suddenly than an attack of lumbago to Wiffen or twist tbe muscles ot the spine and l?.y one up. In ten minutes, however, Bt. [ jacobs Oil will cure (ho soreness nnd stiff Jess and make the back supple and strong. It Nnpoleoncould bnvehadtbis great remo ly ! Ht the right time, he would havo changed, I ?sperhaps, tho map of the whole of Europe. Almost always the most Intelligent are the ?toost generous Jonah's Gourd Grew Fast. ! one night twenty feat long! Th;it was Ixiraele. Cut Bater"! Sand Votch. the ling hay ?.if.'iHl, grew ton inches in seven Ivs on One,'*!**** soil, without ii drop of F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 February 1896

INTENTIONAL SECONO EXPOSURE / m^mmnt^mao*nima*rmmmtMOMJM VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 7, 189<i. NO. 9. -? ? ?**? a ? ri TTT 1 T** THE SNOWDRUK, Fncred to tho montb ol snow, When the storms of Jannus blow, Chilling, in tholr frigid blast, ol glories past; Blossoms ol thc winter mild, Nature's fair and gentle child, Born r'i re i Election, ol thc days of snow? When the rivers ice-bound flow? rs of faith and hope To the weary hearts that grope, lng on their darkene 1 way Cons dation's peaceful ray. With its mellowing reflection. lint lies Hidden 'neath the wiutrv Gentle proph ? ol the night, Token nf the coining light? Of the .-"'il that springs from death, Heralding with quicke ting breath Life's eternaPresurrection. I II iwnrd, in .Munsey's Mn A SrlliPDODGE, * wintlow.-, anti BY FLOBENCE il. BALLOW*"******,, ^aajratja (q^ POL aud clear tilt aj bJ morning was; tbo .\\ ^"^ Lillis sang and tv.it tered in tho branches o! the elm trees; a gentle breeze wafted tbe (...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 February 1896

- lOmmi j "w.-...?. fJILAND ltECOJUDEK. ?, $1.50 a Year in Advance. (*aaed ercrv Friday evening bv "W. ?. MATHENY, Irjiroa .?**.2sr-o -p-rj-s-^itsix-s-*-*. red at the Monterey poato.Fre a? second cta-is mattp.r. lerey, Va., Friday, Feb. 7, 1893. [e have received* a copy ott th* lac and encyclopa*.lia is&ued (e Washington Pom for' 1890. 'ft'id find ita most complete book. lt is full of information, not only ^Covering the field of historic and Lfch.tistie facts, but takes up many |['her subjects of great interest to .ry one. It is a book every one mid have. L The bill designed ic prevent vnehihg in this Stale passed the 'house by an overwhelming majori? ty. '' It provides that charges of fe lonious assault shall have prece? dence over all qther cases in the fourts, and shall be speedily tried, fine examination of the prosecu trix shall be in tlie presence of onlv Jthe court officers, jury, counsel and "prisoner, and on cross-examination the judge shall allow no unneceso.i ry quest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 February 1896

?MHi tMnnjirmnHonwnomnmnnonai -LOCAL NEWS. Mr, Tom Slaven went to Staun? ton this week. Mr.--Jacob N. Hull, of Vander? pool, culled to see us yesterday. Master Will Hidy, of the >Ioun . tain House, was in town this \yeek. Mr. Win. II. Hiner and wife vis? ited friends on Back Creek, this week. Mr. H. M. Crowley, of VaPey .Center, call to see us while in town, Wednesday. Miss May Slaven, who has been] in Staunton for sometime, returned home, Tuesday, Mrs. .0. Wilson and daughter. Miss Sallie, spent Sunday with friends in Dot Hill. Mr. Chas. Slaven,,of Crabbottom. who has heen quite ill for several days, is improving. Master Cecil Bird, of Back Creek spent Wednesday night with his ..uncle, J. C. Matheny. Mr. Clarence Jones, of Tligh town. spent a short time with his friends here, Wednesday. Messrs. Dave Hiner and John Sanders are in Pocahontas county, this week, selling buggies. The grades of Mr. 0. A. Bird's classes were handed us too late for this issue. They will appear in next. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 February 1896

PUTTTslOSlL. An Attorney's Ptscaliar Predlcumen-t in n Juat.ee Trial, "I was imprisoned In a stable once," ld a well-known attorney to a Wash? ington Star writer. **l had been re? tained to recover a mule In a mountain county of North Carolina. Tho mule had been taken from my client and I obtained a writ of replevin., under whieh the sheriff turned the animal over to me. He was placed lu a log stable until the case could be tried tho next morning. Court convened about sunrise, under a big oak tree, and the mule was sent for, but the brute had escaped aud could not be found. | " 'Cou't will come to order,' said the Justice, 'aa' es the critter is gones the red-headed lawyer'll take his place, be? in' as he was the las' one thet bed 'ini In charge.' ? "The trial progressed and judgment Pwas rendered In favor of my client for the mule, but In the absence of the property, the justice said i ** 'The mule was wuth a hunderd dol? lars, an' as the lawyer let 'im git away, I'll render judgme...

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