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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 April 1896

INTENTIONAL SECOND EXPOSURE HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 21, 1890. NO. '-'il. ROYAL RANGER RALPH; Tho Waif of (lie Western Prairies, CY WELDON J. C0B3. CHAPTER Xt\ IK BX. The appearance of Farrel Groy at Iho ennui nf * hr* Indians was a theme of con? siderable wonderment to Ranger Ralph. To tho young sco'it, howovi r, it had resulted nv st naturally, an I h<* was ania/e] and de'lghted at h\? succojs in the imposition he ha i undertaken When Jio had knocked the savage at the river Insensible, he had boldly detor tn'nod to assume h's Identity tempora? rily, and penetrate to th<* ramp of his enemies Tho vent uro was a peril us one, but lt Morned as f fat; favored its execu? tion. Darfl bad soon donned the apparel of tho unconscious savage, and his war pant enable I liini to finally present tho appearance of a genuine Modoc warrior. ll** bad >ta";u<- od to a spol whore sev pral savages were i nan- din * ovor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 April 1896

"? " Ililli ^ ?'' [LAND RECORDER. "T-woaS, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued erer\ Friday t vening bv *W*. H.. ?rvcA.Tii-K-isr^!', ***P**73**i ?A.TcT.D PtTBIaI3ItEK. F'*;?rc;l at the Monterey postoJlVs a? second class matter, 1 . itereyj Va., Friday, April 84, 1890. -,... ??'.-_ The Daily T.'mcs. The Daily Times, published at Staunton, Va., by the Staunton ? Publishing Company, with Maj. S. M. Yost as editor, as announced, in ade its appearance cn the 18th 'We find it to hz in appearance neat and attractive. As stated by the editor, its purpose in life is to ad 4 vance tJae best interests of the citi? zens of Staunton and Augusta Co. In politics, it is, of course, Repub? lican. The Times as a candidate for pub ? lie favor has, so far as we are able to judge, made a good start toward securing substantial support and v,ith Maj. Yost as editor, reap de? serving success and long life. Good Horses in Pocahontas Coun? ty. It should be gratifying to our farmers to know that when horse dealer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 April 1896

?*. Highland Bechodek LOCAL NEWS, Black silk beltinL* at Mrs. Trim tWt, a Look at Bishop's forks, shovels and hoes, Smokey. Yes, there must be a fire some place. A fine assortment of ginghams Ht V. B. Bishop's. Charles Shumate made a trip to Staunton this week. Wanted by V. B. Bishop, 30,000 pounds of wool. Mr. M. E. Matheny, of Pi ucl: ney .culled to see us Wednesday. Mr, Pearl Propst is doing some painting for S. W. Crummett. M. Myers Fertigue, of West Au? gusta spent last night in town. We learn that Mrs. Philip Eagle, of Straight Creek is seriously ill. Mr. Cjuvs. Slaven, of Crabbottom was in town on busine*;s Saturday. Mr. Balser Hammar, of Pendle? ton county, was in town yesttrday. Mr. Charles Lightner, of Poca? hontas county was iu tow-a Mon? day. Tlie best line of .-hoes ever shown in Monterey at Dickenson & Trim? ble's. Miss Mamie Jones, of Wier spent a short time with friends here 3at ur4.?y. Improvement.-* have recently been make in the public road near Wier p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 April 1896

Ballin fe on Horses'Hoof'. There is a well-known Detroit physi? cian who has been looking for year? for some plan to prevent snow "balling" on tho hoofs of his horses. Recently he discovered what he has been looking for. For years he has tried every sorl of device that he could conceive of or that had been brought to his attention by other people, but the snow was al ways "balling" up In the hoofs, just . f same, much to the danger of the horse and his own discomfiture. The other day he was coming down Woodward avenue and the same old trouble was wearing on his patience. Getting out of his buggy, he went into a drug store, and, asking for some drug he wauted, Incidentally remarked that he would like something, too, that would prevent snow "balling" up on his horse. , "Well," said the druggist, "I should think you ought to know how to stop that." Giving the doctor two ounces of glycerin, he told him to divide it evenly on the four hoofs of his horse. The physician took the prescripti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 1 May 1896

INTENTIONAL SECOND EXPOSURE * HIGHLAND VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MAY I, 18%. NO. 21. ROYAL RANGER SJILPH7 Toe Waif of tbe Western Prairies, Y WELDON J. CODI). CHAPTKla XIV. RA***Or**t RALPH'S A1)V*RNTTTIT.S. Wo 'eft Ranger Ralph in a very poon lia- position of porll ami excitement, an occupant ol ono r,. tho wagons tho out? laws had secure 1 from tho attacked omi pt rant train. Aa has been rotated, thc scout bollcvoj that his presence In tho vehicle was nor, known or even susp -ctetl. Ho had crept thither, desperately wounded as ho supposed, and whilo un? conscious ih: wagon had started on Its Jen rho y. Fr,mu what lu* saw and hoard, tho ?cont reasoned that Danton had met a new foctlon ol Po "par l's ont'aw band near tho emigrant tra'n, and they wore n I row return ina to tho ban lt s head? quarters at l.n ie Canyoi. Thc plight wa' not a pleasant ono to (he ran *er, Ho discerned groat peril and trouble should Dcspard carry Ino/, to his moun'aln home. More than once th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 1 May 1896

fjjfcmnfij 1 fiiGiiLAND Recorder, Terms, $1.80 a Yearlit Advance. I everv Frldav ? renl **vV. KL. -fvl" A.T&LFjTsT Y, "**a****)X roan jL***t3S *r**i'J3i-z*B**x***i-**?. .! Hie Monterey pi second class matter. Va . friday, May 1, 1890. lb is now Ullin;.Itt th ut Cuba will be granted home rule. Tho Ohio convention was some? what uncertain, in its standing on the money question. A bill hus been introduced in the New York legislature appropria ting $30,000 for the erection ora 'monument to the Third New York 'Catalry at Berryville^ Clarke coun tv. Va. Marj Abernathy, accomplice of Marnbi.*, in the Pollard mur? der at Lunenburg, Va., has received lier second verdict, which is murder in the ii.'-t degree. The next Virginia sensation it is said will be a strike at the Pocabon t is mines. The wages of the min? ers haye been reduced, and prepara? tions for battle are being made by the Norfolk and Western. The first general appropriation bill that ever became a law with? out the P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 1 May 1896

a Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWS." A nice line of carpets tit Bishop's. A splendid line of Door Lock.-; ut Bishops. Third lot of ladies' hats just re? ceived at Bishop's. Some nice, ladies' sailors at Orn dorff & Whitelaw's. Mr, David Corbett, of Jacksons rifer, was up Monday. Judge McDaunald made us an unusually short visit this wesk. S. W. Sterrett, E?MJ., of Crabbot? tom, spent Tuesday in Monterey. We understand a move is on foot to erect a Methodist church at Bo lar. Mr. John Sipe is giving Mr. Jones' law ofiice a fresh coat of paint. Mr. Miles Stone is carrying the ring mail for the contractor, Wm. Weeks. The Little Leaguers are making arrangements to sell lemon mle court day. A nice lot of ladies' Ties and O.k ford's at Orndorff & Whitelaw's next week. Mr. Riley Crummett, the enter? prising merchant at Headwaters, was in town court day. Arbogast and Slaven, tinners, are doing some work for Mr. \Y. W. Stephenson this week. There is but little doubt now tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 1 May 1896

Tot Boiling. Prom the running of the maple trough la the Sprlngto the boiling of the apple butter pot In the fall, and all household bolling be; tween times, there aro a thousand chances ol very sovere scalds and burns. lu all nous.*** hold work, wlntor and summer, ia neat fac? tories and In nurseries, Whore aimless chil? dren play with matches, thoro is need of BomethinK to be always on hand in mich emergencies, and Ht. Jacobs Oil fills lhat want to the letter. With careful attention to directions for use, thero is nothing more sootblng, healing and curative than thia groat remedy for pain. It cures promptly, and, making a new surface, loaves no scars. The pain of scalds or burns is acute and tor? turing, and the relief by the use of the Oil ia immediate and sure. Cleverness ls a sort of genius for Instru? mentality. It is the brain of tho hand. When Travel I nc, Whether on pleasure bent, or business, aVe on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Fig*, as it acts most pleasantly and effec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 May 1896

?* HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MAY 8, 1896. NO. 22. ROYAL RUNGEE RALPH; The Waif of the Western Prairies, EY V/ELDON J. COBB. CHA! TER XVI. ii thc ca vi:. Tanger ralph the old scout, was not Id'e while a I th" oven*.' described since his mishap at tho river wero transpiring. Wheo the horses ran away and dashed the WAROO over tho cliff near Lone Can? yon Tavern, tho ranger at first gavo himself up for lost. The descent was a terrible one, and ho clun* to tho sides of tho wagon as it t'irned and fell, and finally struck tho water with a crash. Then. da:'eil anil bruised, he was half conscious that tho horses had become separated from the vehicle, and that tho latter, I adly shattered, was floating down the stream. It had now beco**,o so dark, especially In the shelter of tho eli Hs that lined tho river perpendicularly, that ho could not estimate his situation except that he w*s being borne lapldly away from tho sceno of the accident by tho stream's swift...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 May 1896

sjWnr'OTfr**'***^^ Highland Kec-order. Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. ' Issued t-rcrv Friday i vening by w. ii. Adi^^Tiii-'isr^*', Jr**=>ixo*r*e .a.:.t*c*? x;"-jr"*3z-i"izx3r:xri. Ep'".'-*1 at the Monterey postoJl'ce as second class matter. ?iii- rey, Va., Fri-lnv. May &, 1898. ' Good Morses in Pocahontas Co. lt should be gratifying to our farmers to know that when horse dealers want good saddle and driv? ing animal**, ihey come to Pocahon ? las county for them.? Poca. Herald Yes, brother, your fine saddle and driving animals sell like "hot cakes."' A dealer who returned ' from your county l.;.-t week sold a . Pocahontas horse in Monterey for ono round dollar cash. It pays to keep thoroughbreds.?Recorder, a The editor of the Recorder tho', he had struck a mare's nest in the above and took a fiendish delight in parading before the eyes of his readers the foregoing inaccurate statement. The horse he refer** to as having sold for $1.00 was ''Harkaway,'5 a finely...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 May 1896

_**r**f**?********--**rfM-^^ ItilGHLAND RECBODEK LOCAL NEWS. Monday wa> a con.-mlerable day in town. Oranges and Lemons at Orndorff -and Whitelaw's. Go to Bishop's for good, keen edge sheep shears. Mr. Frank Ogilvie returned to Staunton Tuesday. Mr. Davis Peterson went to Mc? Dowell Wednesday. Persian and Dresden ribbons at Mrs. M. C. Trimble's. Go to Mr.**. Trimble's for black silk belting, narrow and wid***. Mr. H. H Slaven, of Meadow Dale, called to see us yesterday. Call and see our sailor hats for ladies. Orndorff & Whitelaw. For a good, tough chew, call at Y. B. Bishop's for 'Tie Tobacco:' Mrs. T. H. Slaven is visiting hol? dall ghter, Mrs. Cariehoff, ai Mc? Dowell. Mr. L. A. Carichofl and wife, of McDowell, visited friends . in tow n this week. Call at V. B. Bishop's for ?* Bra? dy crotine," the never-failing head? ache cure. Mr. H. M. Pullin, of Bull Pas? ture River, was in this section on business Tuesday. Mrs. Trimble has another new lot of sailors a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 May 1896

Oscillation or Toll Chimneys. ! The extent or degree of the oscilla tton of tull chimneys may be exactly, taken by a close observation of the shadows they cast upon the ground. An Instance to the point ls that of a chimney 115 feet high and 4 feet In diameter externally at the top, near Marsel'.les. France, the oscillations of ?which were observed by the shadow during a high wind to attain a maxi mum of over twenty inches. If a man tells you a story he thinks ls funny, and you do not laugh at lt, he will hate you. From Goat to Boat. Even tho festive goat in this vcrnnl ssc-ison has his field !s|iort oa tho common with a tin can or the but of a log. From the sport ot j he goat in the spring to the varied sports of the early and late summer, what a world of amusement and what a 9cene of muscular activity. In ail those, evor so helpful, Irom the bat in the ball field to the our of tho boat aind the clatter of the turf, there eomoa in a rarge amount of ponalty iii the shape of seri? ous...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 May 1896

INTENTIONAL SECONO EXPOSURE : ? &mm HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. ix. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MAY 15, 18%. NO. 23. ROYAL RANGER RALPH; Thc Waif of the Western Prairies, BY WELDON J. COBn. CHAPTER ""?.?II? Continue.!. T-arrol and his companion disappeared through the aperture in th** w a'l. Thc two guards, reeogniin.* the scout a* an enemy, bogan firing at him. Th- lattor sprang behind tho bowlder that had bio-ked the exit from the rave, and which Parrel Gray liad force I aside In entering the paco, lt afforded a Itrong Intrencbmont for him, and he had his enemies at a decided disad? vantage. A sharp fusillade ensued, during wh'ch one of thc mon, evidently wounded, re? treated down tlie corridor with a savage howl of pain. His companion followed his oxamp'e and boat a hasty retreat Ranger I.alph <ou!d hear them calling for help to their companions in the main outer cave. "They have sounded the alarm anl will poon return with Increased force," dc cided the old ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 May 1896

Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued crcrv Fridav -.vening bv W. KC. ilSal ATHEISTY, **C?tXO--*i ^-asT-D Ft-B1,:SK*?-*1. intered at the Monterey postoJPce a? p*. , , .1 second class matter. '4"r-;-vn--/, Va., Friday, May 15, 1890 Secretary* Herbert has issued ar, order directing that ali results ol . the testing of armor plates and guns for tlie navy shall be kept se? cret. This action has been taken . because European governments have declined to allow us to know the. results of similar tests made by them, although' w> have allowed thei.' offers to be present at tho.se ? male by this government. After consultation with Presi? dent Cleveland; Secretary Olney .notified the Spanish authorities .that the men captured on the re? cent fillibuster expedition to Cuba , who claim to be American citizens, and who liavp been sentenced to death by a Spanish court in Cuba, must not be executed before this government has fully investigated t'.ieir claims to citizenship and their gui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 May 1896

.Highland Recrodeb LOCAL NEWS. Oranges at Orndorff & Whitelaw's A nice line of carpets at V. 13. -Bishop's. Look at Orndorff & Whitelaw's 25c tobacco. Mr. Job Echard, of Vanderpool, was in town yesterday. Latest styles of dress and negli? gee shirts at Bishop's store. WANTED--By C. H. Cleek, Cleek's Mill, Va., 50 stock hogs. We still have a few ladies' sailors in stock. Orndorff & Whitelaw. Two lots of ladies' hat frames re? ceived at V. 13. Bishop's this week. Mr. Jack Martin, the East Vir? ginia tobacco man. is with us again. Mr. Frank Wilson mad-* a busi? ness trip to the Hot Springs this week. Mr. John Ralston, of Green Bank, W. Va., paid our town avis it Monday. Mrs. Annie Wright, of Jackson's River, spent a short time iu Monte? rey Monday. Good, substantial, solid oak beds for only $'?}10 at the Michigan Furniture Housp. Mr. Wayne Hevener, of High town neighborhood, made this of? fice a call Monday. Mr. S. W. Crummett returned Monday from De...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 May 1896

When Nuttiro Need* Assistance it may be bost to rentier lt promptly, but ono should re nomber fo uso even th? m -st perfect roma lie* only when needed. The best and mut simplo nnd gentle remedy U \h- Syrup of Fi*s, manufacture-! !?y the C'jiliforn'ui Fie Svruy Company. Sympathy omi severity seldom go hand In hand. Catarrh ard Cold* liellevcd tn 10 to 00 Minutes. One short puff of tho breath Ihrouc-'i tho Blower, supp led willi each bottle of Dr. Agnew's I (Hiii i hal Powder, diffuses this Pow? der over the Mii-fare of ihe naval MMNagea. Painless and delij*liifal to ta-ats. lt relieve* In? stantly and permanently cut****. Uatirrh. Hay Fever, CoMe, HcodaoiH*, sm-w Throat, Ton i-ilit sand Dt**fim*s. If your dfrarnetsl ha n't it in stock, as-k him to prara re u for j on. Good actions vnnoble us, and we are tho sum of our own deeds. If afflicted with sore eyes ase Dr. Isaac Th ouija ooma E) e-water. Drutrgistauell at 25c per bottle Keep your wound covered and it may heal without a scar. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 May 1896

INTENTIONAL SECOND EXPOSURE HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MAY 22, 1896. NO. 21. ROYAL RANGER RALPH; Hie Waif of flu Western Prairies, LY WELDON J. COBB. CH Mil lt XIX. TIU-; Mi M>i ii s Wal for J, the old hermit, started (lightly at Inez stepped before him. He jeered anxiously, curiously Into her 'a'-e, anil then seized her band, his im ?tressivo fate ag*ow with st dden.-omtv .ion. "Yes," li*- murmured, "it is indeed the laughter of my od friend?1 could nut mistake thal face ? Inez stood with downcast eyes and pallid countenance and did not reply to -us words. Dcspard hissed but o-.o menacing ponton* o into li r shrinking tar: "Rememl or your promise!** lu- breathed fiercely, uYour inver dio9 if you fail me now.*1 Tuen aloud ho said to Walford: "You tro satis fie I thal this is Inez Tracey?" Thc lu rmi! bowed ussentingly. "She has a letter from lier father written just previous to his death if rou wish tc Mia- it she will show it to rou." '?I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 May 1896

ii ? ari J* T * ' Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued evc.v Fridav erenhlff b*f W. Ii. 3M: A.TXIEIsr^aT, 33iTOaS ^-s-.-o -a=-CT33*i.":-*-ixi:i?.. Lucre, r-.t the Mo.terey postolllce as second class matter. Va., Friday, Mty 29, 18%. At lea.it one important office ha a man. ami found him belo; e Le . know it was after him. Mr. Dom? inick I. Murphy, of Pennsylvania, :*.vho has been nominated to succeed Commissioner Lorhren, who has ."been nominated to be U. S. Judge of the Minnesota district, got the first news of his promotion (from a newspaper bulletin board. Gen. Dana hus been nominated to suc? ceed Mr. Murphy as firs't' deputy commissioner of pensions" He has been chic!' of a division-hs the office for a lonpr time. Lexington Presbytery at Bethe!. ? The following is an extract from an article which recently app in the Central Presbyterian. It re? fers, as you will see, to the color of the Bethel Presbytery, and of coarse is suggestive, of blue stock? ings: "What a multitudinous ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 May 1896

m- i nulli.. nunn gm&fm1?**'^** tm? ^-**JCSI -e-aVrT. Highland Hecrodek LOCAL NEWS. v Tuesday wes a good v;ool day iu town. Oranges and Lemons at Orn? dorff and Whitelaw s. Wood Movers aud Binders for sale by V. B. Bishop. Plenty of stone crocks, jars am. churns ut Bishop's. Joel Teter, of Pendleton county, was here on business yesterday. Mr. George Swecker, of Crabbot? tom, was in Monterey Monday. WANTED -By C. H. Cleek,, Cleek's Mill, Va., 50 stock hogs. V. B. Bishop can furnish you with a Deering binder or Mower. The Masonic Lodge, No. 110, will meet tonight. Work io first degree. Dr. 0. J. Campbell and wife spent a short while in town Mon? day. Miss Clara Gum. oi: Meadow Bain, spent a short time in town Tuesday. . Mesrs, John J. Kincaid and Wm. A. Mullenax, of Crabbottom, went to Staunton this week. Go toOrndori? & Whitelaw's and look at those 4 and G-quart, triple motion Cream Freezers. Mr. Will Bustard is building a veranda for' Mr. Anderson Ste? phenso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 May 1896

He Knew the Plan;. A delightful story from Johannes burg describes a dispute muong n group of Boers over the color of Hie English fin g. There was great Ignorance nnd much difference of opinion on the sub? ject until an old patriarch, clad In n blue shirt and soiled yellow moleskin trousers, arose. His rifle was slung over his right arm, his beard was long and white, his face was yellow with seventy years' exposure to the sun, and his eyes, once keen, were dull. He knew nothing about the English, was Ignorant of their language, their ways, and their grievances, but he was solid on the Color of the flag that the Bim al ways shines on. When he stood up there was a murmur of Oom Peet and a respectftd pause. "The English flag," he said, with an air of placid certainty, "is white." There was a general cry of expostu* latiou, which had no sort of effect on the old warrior. "Don't I know?" he asked, gently. "I have seen lt, seen it three times; once nt Majuba, once at Bronkerspruit, and on...

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