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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 February 1896

INTENTIONAL SECOND EXPOSURE VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 14, 189?. NO. 10. AN OLD VALENTINE, Ont ol Ihe heart of tho long ago. Faded nnd yelloweJ by time, you know, n-l'.i'.i -till In shadow and shlae, Ihto me hor valentine; ll tc i n '? 'U|i'.i'i quaint and tri::: "The ros ? ls red, The violet's blue,"' An 1 1 dream in the gloaming soft and I0.7 i ?; the lass who penne 1 it lons ago. A lillie maid o' tho Mi: si eyi s Thal everdaneol 'neath winier's skies; A r ir; *i-!i miss v,li"- ? love wastol 1 T i the nouud ol n kiss iu a moonlit wold; li il here is iii ? rest ol her rhyming truo: '?Love is sweet An 1 <-. are you," And n boy' Mushed at the final line ?st ic sweetheart's valentin ?. Deep In the past, 1 ut dimly hil Jlehiu 1 a soft eye's drooping li', Quivers th'1 arrow that Cupid k?'<* i il iii" Castle of Might-have-b i tn; Aa 1 p'a'.ner .-till r*r >ws the couplet truo? -The i -' is .-"'. The violet's blue." Ai 1 laughter low,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 February 1896

T .1-lVriins*sTsT**TssTrf*-sT*-s*aa^^ AillGlILAXD liECOllDER. * . . i Term.9, fl.fiO a Year in Advance. tasue-d ?vcr-. Friday ?. ve-ilns. bf W? ii. lyi H&BrA&trT, i*s:toi? j*.-tr? 2?Tj--ax.i*BiE-e-*??. t tntftred At the Monterey postolFceae" second class m?tter. Minter***, Va, Friiiv*, Feb 7, 1893. President Cleveland spent Saitur day down the Polonia**, shooting ' ducks, so another wave of ab.iu-e of him may be expected from tbe us? ual sources. The New York Worhi says there ia to be a most extraordinary sky? scraper of a building erected in New York City. It will contain 200 stories, will have 100,000 offic? es, will he three times as high as Eiffel Tower, and will occupy 24. 000.000 square feet. Seeing, only, , ii believing in this case. The results of the bidding for those bonds are in the. main satis factory to the administration, but there are good reasons for the belief that President Cleveland and Secre? tary Carlisle very reluctantly awarded any port...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 February 1896

gone ft ta. - ?>f^B^1mil''^'mmt^'''mmimmmmam HIGHLAND UECKOPER srr, . , -' . ',. ..." * ? ' ' ' ~ t : ' ?? LOCAL KJB5VS. *? m -?- ' Mails coraiog.in on good time. A portion of thia week waa rath m ar breezy. .^Ir. John Wilfon-sr, ?f Hightown, . was here Wednesday. Dr. Charles Rodgers has return t ed to his home iu Augusta. Mr. Ed. Matheny. of Back Creek spent Tuesday night in town* II. ll. Slaven is making au ex? tended visit in Pocahontas county. I), spent last SnnJay with L. much to the detriment of the lat? ter. Weather Report?Damp, rainy, sleety, snowy, windy,, cloudy, and muddy. Mr. J. B. Bradshaw and dan gu? ter, Miss Minnie, we.-e in Monteray. Saturday. Mr. Ras. Williams returned from a visit to his home at Bridgewater, Wednesday. Messrs. Charles Lunsford and ? Boyd Beverage, of Hightown, were , here Saturday. Mr. Stewart Peterson and moth? er, of McDowell, visiu**i"*riends in* town Wednesday. Messrs.-, J olin A. Whitelaw and {.Lynn Si'llenberger tpent Sunday in Cr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 February 1896

f I ' Hie "Worst ot lt. If the best of life, as it li? said to be, is but rntlcipatici', the wast of it is surely worry and yexatioi.. They are the plows and har? rows that furrow the brow and cut deeply into Ihe nene?. It is constant plowing of Ibis kimi that tears up tho nerve tissues. The greater neives, like tho bigger roots, may resift for a time, but the ploughshare ?.'els down to them. Worry brings all sorts of other ailments of a torn-up system and at last Ihe sciatic ceive is reached, a disturb? ance to which in the lorm of f eiatica ls at? tended by excruciating inius. Ht. Jacobs Cil bas cured the worst cases of men crip? pled by it. Use it and make sure of a prompt and permanent euro. Gun springs aro now tempered by eleo 1 richy la Franco. The process if rapid and satisfactory. Corni. Weal For Your Sob... Thai's what we say, teeaUM il's Ibo bost. Balser**. Wisconsin grown seeds are brod to earline*** and prodaeo Ibo earliest vegeta? bles in tlie world, r.ight alongside- o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 February 1896

INTENTIONAL SECOND EXPOSURE Gan ! VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 21, 18915. NO. H. TS/M-rnmn rx r\ V fi T* V. C "1 *?Bf.UAlVY TWEiriY.SECD.IO, Talc is the February sky, Anl brief the day-time's sunny houri* The win l-sw k n 3 to sigh For tho sweet - 'irvla aud Heifers, Yet hath d i ita inti. ? pr -i ler day, Nol even whsn the summer broo '.j Ot .""-i Iowa in their "resh array Or autumn t ,*^raW*.' 1 ? ? flowing wo i'..:-. For thia chill Benson nw (again Brin.u;-. in its annual round, tli. mora, When, greatest of the s ma of mon. Tte immortal Washington wa, born. WASHINGTON ANA, Ep'sodes lu tho Life ofilia '.'allier ol lils Country. ALMOST A DIUTISII JACK TAH. Tho Washington family held the theories ot' primogtrniture, which the Virginian gentry hvt brought from old England, nnd George ns a younger bod h;u\ his own way to make iu thc world. At fourteen George was thy and awkward, but big nnd strong, People began life early in those days, stud the Widow Washington s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 February 1896

jatfAn^m%mnmnaoW.n*iir wamw ???*, ..'Iighlaxd Recoklti?. J l - Te-ma, ^(.o-> a Vearln Ad.vance. f'siied crerv PridaT t vent rn bi W. II. jvr. THV.IM\-, a ot ron jvt-T--*) r -tr.?-3r_Xr--3tr**i:-5? pntered r.t t'.e }font**r<jy p**sstofi*re ss sec-oiui riia**' matter' tf.-it'wy, Vi, Mli/, Fab 31 li)). New Election Law. The ni*w election bill which was introduced in the Semite and was| prepared by Hie leading member.* of the Senate has passed that body by a vote of 20 to 5. .All tlie dem ocrats present voted for the bill It does away wjth the const and empowers arv judge elected by the illiterate or the incapacitated voter tn enter tb.*' booth with him and assisted iu preparing lija ballot 'Tlie tickets are to bo | plain Roman type n I i than i.ica. and th similarly on all the ballot**. We consider tne Dew and think the law should be amended so as to embody ti The vote in the House? 2.15 to 90?against the free coinage sub? stitute for tho House bond bill makes it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 February 1896

sa^**A.i.,ii...e"*r*;**q'iilisst'i? jlHillLAND ili&itm&R LOCAL NEWS. Court next Tuesday. Mr. Lather Beverage's school clo.^ed last week. Mr. Tate Uiner has returned from Pavia, West Virginia. Come in court-day and settle your account with u^. Miss Mav Slaven is teaching in Dr. 0. J. Campbell's fami'v, Mrs. J. W. Vawter. we learn, is very ill at her home in Staunton. There ia soma talk of organizing an Odd Fellows Lodge at this place. Mrs. Samuel Smith, colored.died nt ber borne in McDowell. Sunday last. Patent Skga*. .cr;i-r.s. sugar ket? tles, iron fur sugar pad , nj: \'. 15. bishop's. Mr. Chas. Fox and son, Howard, oi? Crabbottom', wore in town, TuesJay. Dr. Tolly, tlie shoemaker at Mc? Dowell, is not expected to live. Hf has consumption. Mr. Robert Dickenson, of New Hope, is visiting with bia son, L. S. Dickenson. Miss Pattie Slaven finished her school cn Straight Creek and re? turned home Tuesday. Dr. 0. J. Campbell, the dentist, bas been ill town a coupl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 February 1896

The Source or Sunlight. f We can now understand what hap? pens aa the buoyant carbon vapors soar upwards through the sun's atmosphere. u?toey attain at least to au elevation .where the fearful intensity of the solar ?"heat has so far abated that, though taearly all other elements may still re "maln entirely gaseous, yet tho excep? tionally refractory carbon begins to re? turn to the liquid state. At the first .stage in this return, the carbon vapor conducts Itself Just as does the ascend? ing watery vapor from the earth when about to be transformed Into a visible cloud. Under the Influence of a chill the carbon vapor collects into a myriad host of little beads of liquid. li.ach of these drops of liquid carbon In the glo? rious solar clouds has a temperature and a corresponding radiance vastly exceeding that with which the filament glowi in the Incandescent electric ".?nip. When we remember further mat the entire surface of our luminary la coated with these clouds, every parti? cle o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 February 1896

IGHLAND RECORDER = MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 28, 1896. NO. 12. THE SILVER LlfNli O. There's novor a day 30 sflinny But a little cloud appafar?; There's never a life sd b|a;>'>y But htis its timo of tea|rs; Yat the sim slimes out l|h3 brigh.t~r Whenever the tempestfe clear?. There's never a garden! ?*rowin.:* With roses in every pilot; There s never ,1 b-avi. fro hardeaol But lt hits one teudeft- spot; "Wo have oulv to prim* the border To lind tho forget-nlie-not. Thore's never a sun tliat rises But wo know \willi set at night; The tints that g'.eam In th3 morniug At evening aro juott as bright; AnJ thelhour that is tho swietosi Is between the darl'tc aud light, Th ere' i never a tl realm so happy But the waking m/a'aes us sa'*; Th. re's never a dreskra o' sorrow ] But tho waking n/akes us ga!; We shall look .somoKlay with wonder At the troubles w|. have had. MAN. METERS. hart nerved her? self to meet her tither. Sho glanced *|u tho mirror and mw ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 February 1896

?sUsT-sTlsWssTs-Sail' iMj H'TaTH lIlGHLANii* RlXUlttEi*. ***?""?"-???-?? ???--? ? ? -- ?? -? ? ??--? Terms, $1.90 a Yeer in Advance.. Issued ererv Friday evening bv iv. ix. *m:<*-> theny, *sTS***.tTOi**i ^.?w**** **?v*s*^ic2*''&:a?. Entered et the Monterey postoJflre as second cia.-*.'* matter. M-.nt.erey, Vs., Fiii-y, Keb 39, 1890. kange A trent end Range Purchaser. | In other pince.* in this issuo yon ?will se*-- two letters, one signed W. H. Fisher, who is ng*-nt f ?r a Book? ing range, and the other signer! "PurcVi-tPt-r of .1 Range/1 We re? ply, as follows: it is a source of much pleasurr . to us to note the fact thnt our Highland people baye withstood t'.ie great financial panic, of thi* last ?t'.'W years, mid are able td plank ? down rt sixtv-thn-e dollar bili (ca-! price.) for a cooking range. The next time we hear the cry of "hard limes1'in Highland, we will tay j little and think much about nnftsv fte., fte* ".Ve did not mike usc nf ? the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 February 1896

.Highland Reckoder LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Glen Manx? spent Sunday in Monterey. Highland Lodge Sp. 110 A. F. and A. M. meets tonight. Mr. E. J. Maloy, of Bullpasture, called to see us, Tuesday. Mr. James Potter, who has been ill, is able to be out agaiu. We understand that Mr. Joseph Hull, of Hightown, is sick. Rev. Asbnry Martin, of Crabbot? tom, wasin town yesterday. Mr. M. A. Colaw, of Crabbottom, spent Monday night in town. Mr. J. E. Gum, of Bath county, attended court ber* thin week. Mr. Joseph Gibson lias boen v;s iting friends i.? Poe a! ic. nt as Co. 0. Wilson, Esq., tin's wife visited friends at Meadow DaleSutui Mr. George Cleek, surveyor of Bath county, was in town, co ur td av. Mr. K. D. Folks, of Crabbottom.! made us an agreeeble call court day.: Hr. Ellie* Williams, oe Bael; Creek, was in town today on busi? ness. Mr. George Beverage is now on the road for a Henry county tobac? co house. Mr. Conrad Ralston, of McDow? ell neighborhood, was in town court day. Mr. N. B. Woods, Jus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 February 1896

>. .ott. Frolic and Baalneas. The wind over frozen pounds and lakes, over snow-fields of plains and opon country, ls heavily charged with frost and flne par tlc'es of frozen matter, lt ls tho most pene? trating way for chill to set Id. Buddera, warmth, sudden chill, nnd severe colds. Girls nnd boys skating, driving for pleasure or liisiueps, nnd naen at work afield know tho difference in temperature. Yet the youiiKSters skate away and with mouth open laughing lake in a dose of sorethroaf. Drivers and workmen throw aside wraps and ail know the next day from soreness and stiff? ness what sudden chill moans. Now the h?-st I liing lo do when housed ls to mb woll at one*: with St. Jacobs Oil. If you do, you will not have screthroi.t; or if you are stiff nnd son", it will cureby warming tho surface to throwout thc chill. Tho angry man who takes iris words back is very apt to use them again tts occasion of? fer.-. Earliest Onions Pay. Thon-'s a market gardener in Minnesota. Ile ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 March 1896

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLANP COUNTY, VA., MARCH 0, 1896. NO. 13 . Tn.VNSITIOa-s. t?roin height to height, from transient dny to day, The s jul goesseokin.* it* divine claire Growing and deepening n.3 now hiptw la sphe &. bold progression In a bolder way. Spurred by a mighty aa**!, it cannot .stay Quiescent like a strong but unfed dre; Tho son takes up the bullen of lils sire rV'.i I bids tho future lead him ns lt may, taus do th3 generations "hange their creeds Thus dreams are nurtured till they grow to .leeds, Thus timo may turn aside an ancient doom. |5o winter rn erg 33 int 3 sami^r skle3, Anrl m tha m'sts ot spring are mile to rise, Tho fa Iel h.wttnra flnd' tho roso in bloom. ?G. E. Mont-xnery, in II irpor's Weakly. A LEAP YE ."di PROPOSAL. BC V*. J. LAMPro.*", F there wero one thing in all her experience that Susanna Morton ?was heartily tired of it was the evi deut and contin? uous purpose of mankind to per? mit her to re? main a "spinster. Trna, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 March 1896

^-pg-ysss-sass, >. jil i m f'n i j ..jussi lIiptlLAXD UECQKDEK Terms, $1 50 a vearm Advance. .IssaPal f-Terv FrirUv tvenin; Ls W- U. 3M THE "TNT "jr, BO170K ATtfTX*. ?*?****"*m*VI"?*"T-^*ssf Entered p.t the Monterey post eft1 re as second class matter. ?M -Miterer, Va., Friday, Mar 6, 1890. In Receivers' Hands, The financial troubles which have for some time beset tlie Uu.ltin.ore un tl Ohio railroad company have closed in rather abrtptly, causing thai oi>] iiiiil w< tl known rail to pass into the ! John K. Cowen. the newly el president, and Oscar G. Murray have been named as receivers. Twenty-five Discharged. Thc action oi' tbe House of Del? egates in refusing to increase the appropriation of the Soldiers1 Home lias resulted in the discharge of twenty-five veterans, Lee Camp be? ing unable to maintain the home on the present appropriation of 630,000 without decreasing the number of inmates. All tbe High? land veterans were allowed to re? main. Cuba ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 March 1896

? W-UslILAxi) RECKODEK a LOCJJAL NEWS. % P. .M Bird, of Mill Gap, was "P^edr.eJay. Ole-tji elnjver aud tiraothv seed for sale by V. li. Biskop. ttr Edwlird Rexrode, of McDow? ell^ wns he*re Tuesday. Wanted, I pounds maple st**KM bv Vj. \i. Bishop. Hon. 0. -P. Jones returned from Richmond, Wednesday. Mr. John ? | e. of Jacksons l.iv ^rs was in A iwn Sunday. Wf understand the Meadow Dale Roller Mill will start up noon. Mr. Willi li ixrode, of Hightown, paiai our town h visit, Tuesday. J.R. Bradshaw, of McDowell, *as in town yesterday on business. Mr. Tugwell Fitxwater,of Crab? bottom, w is iii Monterey, Monday. Mr. Wmi. Uussard, a merchant at frost, W. Va., was in {own Satur day. Now is the time to repair kitch? en flues, nato seeds and set hens. Mr. Geor. i' Kerr, of Pocahon county, upeni Wednesday night ia town. WANNED -At tins office, on subscription, five gallons of manie .syrup. Mr. Howard McClintic, of Jack? son's River, was in town a short while. Jw Rev. Lindamood. oc Straight ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 March 1896

What's r* Bum jj ? Zn our peculiar veraaen.nr, we say a bump ?Da a log aad a bump on a human being. *Wbat one might call a bump another one Would call a thump. Thus we have a bump Irom a thump and a thump from a bump. In like maimer, fi, bruise may cause a bump; and a bump may onus* a bruise, or p^rhap*, Slhump may cause botb. Well, what's the ifferpnce, sd long ns we puffer from either bump or bruise, wo want to get rid of it. That b true, and the surest, quickest way to cure a bruise ls at once to use Sr. Jacobs Oil. Then tbe question will be not what it is, but What it was, as it will promptly disappear. Tbe sure way to miss success is to miss the opportunity.*? Chaste s. "Wliere Is'it Ton Get This Co.T??e7 JTal tho Ladies' Aid Sjoiety of our Churjh out for tea, forty of them, and all pronounced the German Coffiftberry equal to Rio! Balzer's cataloguo tolls you all about it! 35 packages Balliest vo?et.ib!o 300js fti.oo po^c paid. If tou will cut tris out and SK2*D with 15c. stamp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 March 1896

??..Il ll. III. I I I.? ? HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. IX MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MARCH 13, 1896. NO. lt. ROYAL HANGER RALPH; -: on : Tlie Waif of the Western Prairies, :y weldon j. cobd. C1IAPTEU I, THE TPAlS-WFErKE^. "Fi rf." ?Who ls it?" "A spy?-ono ol the vigilant?**. Down him, or tho Kaine is lost!* Thoso ejaculations, spoken rapidly and cxcitoJIy, broke thc silence of a weird rind tragic scene In ono of the loveliest valleys of the far We t. They were directed toward a man who bad suddenly appeared ripon a land? scape which for over an hen.' had held hail a dozci human figures, who had been lurking in the vlein'ty of a lonely stretch of rallroa 1. Tha time was night, re. loved by the rcfulgetico ol' a September moon, its lays just beglnn'n** to il umlne mount *vn and valle*"* with a rare crystalline beauty. Halt a milo d stunt, whee tho river stretched a dim sliver thread of radi? ance, a lonely station showed, from Which tr i I in iii s ? i <.' 1 the light Ol a ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 March 1896

4*S**sTHHBE<**t*taBas**s-WHa^^ lllQULXyi. ItECOltDEU; i, $i.*jo a Vesrln A.tU*anoe. '*s-jc! ercrv Krill;.v ? v.:unj: la*. ? W_ JkC. tvC TH* ^tsty, sa=>r a-o^-i .&...T;r> "g****! :s:ve*? ?"int^rerl Pat the fonterey post oft* *e as second qIrss muter. -iVNn'-rfv, V,i., FrvJny, .Mar ll, WJ90. Or Enough of Any One Kind, The latest i I>^*?rt-1 on Ihe tn* ney -question isa llissourian, who sn* n ounces hs*m?elf in fay*** <?i' gold. silver, nic&el. copper, paper and "a Jeetle more counterfeit-Ex. The local option election, held ,;t '-Clifton Forge on the 10th. resulted i;- a victory for the wets, roving ton went w<*t by 111 majority, and Ihe vote in the whole county of Alleghany shows a victory for tin liquor men. An engine attached to a saw mill, the property of VV, II. Ov.-r liolt, which was being operated in tlie vicinity of Frankfort, Green forier county, on last Friday morn? ing exploded, killing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 March 1896

Highland Keckodeu LOCAL NEWS. Lake herring at Bin hop'm. Justice-*-' blanks at-this office. A new lot oi' Dry Goods ai Bislr op's. Onlv two degrees aWe zero this morning. Mr. George Gutshall was in Mon? terey yesterday New calicoes and faucy dress floods at ftUbop's. Rockingham county is to haye v a new court-house. Commonwealth's Attorney J M. Colaw is i us proving. Mrs. Hannah Fleisher is visiting friends on Bul I pasture. We can furnish you letter heads note heads and bill heads. Mr. Mc. Gwi>- is reading modi tine uuder Dr. I. IL Trimble. Mr. Wm. Leonard, of Staunton. is stopping at the Commercial. If you have anything to sell, ad? vertise it iu our loaial columns. Twenty horses left Monterey this morning for Harrisonburg. Miss Grace Benson, of V.mder pool. was Visiting in town Tuesday. A. T. Stephenson, Esq., of Wil ponsviUe, was in towu Tuesday last. Dr. H. H. Jones, of Doe Hill, wm in Monterey a couple of days las. week. Our subscription list is increasing rapidly. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 March 1896

0? ii mi ii I iii lim * m?i ini.ii i. /*. Brave ~ir.ru The ordinary character of a French tJuel ls Indicated by an Incident, de? clared by .1 Paris paper to be true. Two gentlemen, one of whom had "Insult ed" the other, had exchanged hostile communications and had met .on the fleld of "honor." Two shots had beeu exchanged without result, and then the honor of both men had been declared satisfied, and they had -jone home. Arrived there, the seconds of Mon? sieur Beaumlnard, who was known hy all the world to be an arrant co wo rd, congratulated him on the coolness he "?tad shown. "Even-body said you would flunk," said one, "but you stood like a rock, though ono of the bullets passed with? in a millimetre of your skull." Monsieur Beaumlnard turned deadly pale, and grasped a chair. As he was plainly falutin-.*, a glass of water was dashed in his face and he revived. "What!" he gasped, as ho wns recov? ering consciousness, "were the pistols loaded, then?" Monsieur Beauminard had relied o...

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