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

I VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 3, 189(1. NO. 30. THE NEWS. Tho (Tutted St;.t a bas boon Invited to ssnd delegates to the second international con? gress "f relief and second international con? gress for tba Protection of Chidna, which meets in Gene va September ll to in next. i poo application ol Erskine L. Babcock and Akron P> It'ng Company, J. A. Loan wa ? appointed r< c'iver ol the Falls Rivet and Machine Company, located at Cuyahoga Fills.O! i '. Tho company has an \ idebto ln-?ss ol (375,000, with assets eH Iraatedat .til".,ono, Including real estate, accounts, letters pat? el t, eto. Edwin P. Thayer, ol th" firm of Hastings ?V Thayer, agents for Brown A Company, ol New York, and WU lam N. Luther, contractor, war ? Indicted at Buflalo by the grand jury for manslaughter in the second degree In connection with the ool lap#3 of the Brown building In that city a immth ago, when four people were killed and many injured. -Theodore Elsenhower was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 July 1896

itECpRDER I $1.00 :. Year in Advaace. Issued ererv Friday evening by ^W- ?**- Is/jl ATHEIST Y, second i \ l, 1896 Secretary Carli ? 4 the si I v..,le for il. : ? Senator Dan ii' authority of his friends,li b declared that lu v. his hann presidency or tho j i These pntlemen say that Mr. Daniel de? clares that his o' silver win tl -tn his opinion a i man frould uoi add slr ? tick? et. %' - Thc work of t ;. a will practically begin thi ling represent h sil? ver and anti-silvei democrats will t nt Chicago j tarring with tl - ties alni agreeing be possible upon u the Convention. course, ? wntle nien might reach son y an agreer.!*. would prevent a fight in th it ia not robable t! will. fight, I "Whatever the Chicago tiop ol au old-ti;uh d the I ly fool bi.silo - out-1 side thi par fy for a lidate. Tl about the gr . ?? nominating some i like Senator . Senator Can:erou,of Penn was heard in Greeley's behalf before the meeting of the demo? cratic national convention of ^ f-u.-t ' t the resul ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 July 1896

-TTT-*ii -' lian an. ??? ...?? ?.*-.? sm ftlQU'lasd Heckodek LOCAL NEWS. The glorious Fourth tomorrow. ice cream at Mrs. Wilson's to? morrow night. Mr. Glen Mauzy, of Hightown, was over yesterday evening. \ big day is expected in Crab ; tom on the iith? sho^ dj?y. Mr. Valentine riupman, of I pasture, was in town Wednesday. Mr. Tom Hamilton, of McDow oil, visited Monterey last Monday. The Great European Public Show an advertismentin this Issue. Read it. Dr. E. J. I ones, of Cral paid a short visit to Monterey Wednesday. Mrs. Jacob Arbogast, of 0 Bank, is visitiug Mrs. B. ti i er this nek. Are you going to the picni Forks of Water tomorrow? A large crowd is expected. . )r. M- B. Campbell and wife, <>? Meadow Dale, si ir a while in town Wednesday. Mr. Harry Johnston, of Vander? poel, is assisting Arbogast and Sla? ven in some work about town. Mr. G. J. J oil iff e, repr dry-goods house in Baltiiti . to see our merchants tins week. Mr. Sinclaire. of New York. ;.;&a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 July 1896

fTatarrh and Cold* Relieved In 10 to 60 Minutes. One short puff of tbe breath through tho Blower, supplied with each bottle of Dr. Agnew's C'atarrhal Powder, illffines this Fow? ler over the surface vt ilie natal passages. I'ainless and delightful to u e. lt relieve* in? stantly nnd permanently cures Catirrh, Hay !""ever. Colds, Headache, Sore Throat, Ton lilits and Deafness. If your druggist ha n't t iu stock, ask him to procure it for you. Book borrowers are generally good book ;eepors. Only Think what a long trainofdiseasesari.se from mpure blood. Then keep the blood pare with Sarsaparilla fha One Tr? Blood Farmer. AildrmrKls'*.. $1. food's Pills are always reliable. ".Ti cents. Ambitious Philadelphia Boys. All of a lodden the bright, small hoy In a part of West Philadelphia has de? veloped a wonderful desire to run er? rands for the neighbors '"free for noth? ing," and generous housekeepers have been marveling at the solicitation of contracts for the privilege of running after p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 July 1896

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 10, 1890. NO. 31. THROUGH ll A Talc of Acive nh Plant, BY MAURrCE rifAMKK I. 'VTe of Hil? day cannot even imagine, mueb less leallie, tho loneliness of thfl Louisiana plantation mansions of (0 or 70 years ago. Those homes were lot irt tho midst of a wilderness whose 'con? tiguity of shade," o> Cowper expressed lt, waa broker* univ by intervals of marsh still more dreary nn'i desolate. For miles rind miles, even now, tim solemn, moss-draped woods Pt.ni> I Bom? ber ami silent, given over forover lo reptiles and wild beasts, nfl d' for league upon dreary league tire tall g fl ?s rovers the cosy, slimy marshos where no liv? ing thing h visible save th" wide winged birds and tho iral'owing alli? gators. The effect of this strange country upon a vivid Imagination ls remarkable under the mosl ordinary circumstances. In the case ol Martin l awrence lt had a triple emphasis. To beg'n with, his business ente...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 July 1896

Terms, $1.50 a Yeafin Advance. Issued every Fridav evening by "W"- II- MATHENY, ess*"?!* -A.iT=> 3F-V33=-rs2:z=:ra. ?Sn.'.e: ?! at the Monterey postofflee ? second class matter, rj ? r-v^y, Va., Friday, July 3,1898 Railroads tire sometimes very Postmaster General "Wi! son bm discovered that a nninbei ~ iai- them haye been heating Uncle Sam out of postage by a.plan ci sending all letters for railroad offi? cials by baggage masters on mail trail. . The attention of the of? ficials of all railroads bas conse? quently been called tc that clause of the U, S. Revised Statute which ?forbids regular post-:pme carrying mail in any other ii.r.n regular mail cars, except when let tersare enclosed in stamped envel? opes. If that doesn't stop the Scheme sen. e arrests will be made. Th., annual report pji Hon. Y?\ T. Harris, United States com missioner of education, just issued, contains some yery interesting figures con. cerning educational progress in the south. For instance, the rep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 July 1896

m, - ll l n ? m. ????????. illGIJLAXD RE?KODEli LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Frank.Ogilvie, of Stauntoi is with us again. . Mr. C. C. Hansel returned froi Richmond Tuesday. For an all day raid, last Wed neaday took the cake. Mr. Oscar Wade, of Mill Gaj was in town yesterday. Mr. Albert Sh ii niau' ia engage* in carpenter work afc-Franklin. Mrs. Pan- Brown is visiting friends in,Codng'con this week. Mr. Job Echard, of Vandernool was in town Tuesday on business. Mrs. Dolly Ralston, of Mill Gnp . lated Monterey one day this week ? Mr. John Hansel, of McDowell was in Monterey a short time lasl Monday. Miss Mamie McNulty. of Mc Dowel1,-is visiting at Mr. E. M Ar ?Vosrasi's. Messrs. A. P. Arbogast and Wm, Swecker, of Crabbottoin, were io town today. ' Mr. L. S. Dickenson made a business trip to Staunton Monday, returning Wednesday.: Mrs. Armenia Jordan, whose se? rious illness we reported in our last issue, we are glad to state is better. Misses Emma MeClIntic and Hat? tie Cleek, of AVilsonsville, wer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 July 1896

You *ft ill realize thc greatest amount of good in the shortest time and at the least expense by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. AU druggists. $1 H OO d' S P i 118 are easy to take, easy to operate A Mason ic Sign. A man is kuown by his motions?If tho looker-on has the discerning eye of c feKow-craftsman. Such is the point of a street scene reported by a St. Louis newspaper. A stranger in Boston stood in front of a Columbus avenue apart? ment house Id process of construction, apparently Interested in what he saw, and picked Up a brick, which he turned over in his band one or twice. "I will give you a job if you want it," said the foreman, who had observed the stranger. "What kind of a job?" asked the oth? er, as he snook the brick dust from his gloves. "Laying brick, of course,'' was the answer. "I know from the way you picked up that brick that you are a brick mason, and we are short-handed, with the cold weather on us." "Thank you," answered the strauger. "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 July 1896

LV.VN ?rt j, ft ^- i ! i kl mi HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. ix. MONTEREY, IIIGHLANp;COUNTY, VA., JULY 17, 189(i. NO. 32. Advocates of Free Coinage Con? trol (he Body. W. J. BRYAN, FOR PBESIDEKT The Nebraska Orator Nominated with a Shout A Resolution by Sen? ator Hill Commending Mr. Cleve? land's Administration Tabled In Commltte The Platfo-m Adopted as lt Came from the MaJ^ilty cf the Committee-Summary of Doings. Mr. William P. Hnrrlty, chairman ol thu national democratic committee, called the convention to order nt ten minutes I eforo 1 o'clock. The ehairmnn faced the assemblage for several minutes, svhlle the ushers swept the aisles clear ol knots of conferring dele? gates. Th" gavel used by Chairman Harrity in opening tho convention was presented byOs sion Guthrie, ol Chicago, made from au oak timber taken from old Fort Dearborn. The block-house from which the timber was taken survived the Chicago fire, and was purchased bjr Mr. Guthrie and other philanthropic elli Bens and re-erected ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 July 1896

ammtmrnmrn: ^ l i a?? ??"?if? -1-at [land Recorder. (rms, $1.50 a Ycai in Advt |ssued every Prion* evening by | i tLe Monterey pint of? re cn second class matter, trey, Va., Friday, JiaylV, 1890. m. William Jennings bryan, [ebraska, the democratic candi Pfor President, needs no intro lon to the democrats of the [g_ States, although he is only old?the youngest man ev lonored with the Presidential ination; his two terms in Con s did that thoroughly. He was inher of the Rouse in the fifty fa aird 'fifty-third Congresses would probably still be a mein if the republicans had not ger landered the first district of Ne? ika, wurdi he so ably represent * In each of the Congresses in [ch he sat he had the honor, al ugh he was one of the youngest tubers, of making the speech ch was most widely circulated first of thosp speeches was de red March IGUi. 1892, and was Inst the McKinley tariff law. ^t speech made his fame, and be considered as having been ,of the direct causes of his hay been nomin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 July 1896

'-lit." ' ' - - --?-.-..-.. .-????-:- .... Highland Heckoder LOCAL NEWS. r" Mr. Howard Armstrong, of Do< Hill, was in town Sunday last. The Deering Mower sold by V B. Bishop is the best on the mar? ket. Mr. Wm. Messersmith Las gone io the Valley? on a short busiuess ?trip. Mr. Geo. Millar, of Franklin, vis? ited friends in this section this week. Miss Edna Slaven, of Meadow Dale, is visiting relatives in Mon? terey. Mr. Glen^ Mauzy. of Hightown, railed iii to see as yesterday while in town. J. Trimble, Esq.. sold a lot of his -attie, 00 in number, tc \\x. D. V. ,Kuckman. Dickenson and Trimble's new house, on Sieg avenue, is making a considerable snow. Miss Sallie Bird, of Back Creek, spent several days recently with friends in Monterey. Miss Perle Miles, of Louisiana, is visiting her schoolmate, Miss Elva Jones, at Doe Hill. Mr. Wm. G. Rodgers, one of our leading local stock dealers, was in Monterey Wednesday. Mr. G. W. Hevener, of High town, sold a lot of 100 cattle last...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 July 1896

Eat Naturally, have a good appetite, keep your blood pure and your nerves strong by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla The best-in fact the One True Blood Purifier. Hood's Pills curebiliousness, headache. 26c: In Sargent's Studio. Sargent's studio is always a sociable place. Unlike many artists, the pres? ence of visitors or companions does not disturb him when he ls painting. He seems to work without obvious exer? tion even in his intensest activity. "When his models are resting, he fills up the gap by strumming on the piano or guitar," said one of his friends; "his, manner while at work ls that of a man of consummate address, and does not show physical or mental effort." He knows thoroughly well what he is about and what bis capabilities are, so that while he searches the truth in his pictorial rendering of what is before him, and often repaints a part of his picture entirely in the effort to make it as perfect as possible, he works with' confidence. He has never been allied with any revol...

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

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 24, 1896. NO. 33. __ Tfiinllfl THROUGH ft A Talc of Acive ntl Plant* BY MAURICE unArrrn li.-conttnue<t. The tornado lasted 1 ut a few mo? ments, then Eoftened down to a moro gale, which continued U?r a half-hour. Lawrence found himself half turfed under ;i heap of fragmentary things, branches, sticks, Icavi a and what no! In the midst of fallen trees. He arose With difficulty, still holding Lucie, now limp and motionless, in his arms. The clouds were ;vi black as ink and rushing low overheu I. Hs could not pee well enough to Inow whether sho was living or dead. Where was he? Ho tried lo gaze around, but iheio was nothing in view save the vague outlines of splintered tree-poles, upturns 1 roo s nnd heaps ol' branches. In every dire tlon his way wai blocked. With a groan he san'i to the ground, pillowing the girl's head on his kness, "Lucie] lucie!" he called, "speak to mo, dear, speak. Are you hurt? Her heart ...

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

JllGHLAND RECOltDEK. Terms, ll.CO a Year In Advance. Issued ercrv Ci ida v e vening bv YV_ H.MA.THENY, -?^-^"OW JLXfB ^T73BX?xa3x*E3t. '1 at Hie Monterey postcWoe a? second class matte?. , Va., Friday, July 24 Ser.atoi Jonea is going t;> his Arkansas nome for a short rest be? fore beginning the continuous work of the campaign. He will go by way of St. Louis, so as to be there when thc populist conven? tion meets thi.-> week. H? expects ?that the populists will endorse Bry? an and Sewall and he want.; to be on hand when they do in cider to confer with the populist 1 about the cimpaign He also ex? pects to confer with the bolting sil republicans, who nave already Sinounced their intention to sup* ]? ?rt the democratic ticket Washington has practically been settled upon as the proper location for democratic headquarters during tl coming campaign. Senatoi Jones, of Arkansas, chairman of thc Dem National Commit? tee, made a careful study of the ad? vantages offered ...

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

-yr- -T|a|*|a*JraP*atatfaa*at**eaia^ Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWS. ^ Mr. J. Mc. Sieg and mother Spent a short time in town Monday. Mr. Charles Bird, of Little Back Greek, was hi Monterey last Satur? day. John W. Bird, of Mill Gap, was ati early caller in town this room? ing. Mr. J, A. .Tones and wife, of Wier, spent Monday with friends at this place. Mr. Anson Bird, of Back Creek, made a short business trip to town last Saturday. Mr. lames Fleisher, of Meadow Dale, was a visitor to our town the lilt of the week. Mr. Floyd Buddartli was over Monday. Highland air has: improv? ed him very mu/;h. Mr. Newton Stover and family, of Crabbottom. spsnt sometime in Monterey Monday. Mr. Henry Ryder, of oath coun? ty, was in town Monday trading j with osr merchants. Messrs. Oscar Wade, l,Dock" Terry and David Woods, of Back Creeky-avere in town Tuesday. Misses May Slaven and Effie Bucker are visiting their courin. Miss Abbie Fleisher, at Meadow Dale Mr. Charles P. Jones, Jr., and sister, .Miss P...

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

Best Results provo Hood's Sarsaparilla the best blood pm iller.appet'zer and nerve tonic In fact Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Ono True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1 Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills, docents. PARADISE OF THE NEGRO. ll uh um a Islandia Especially Suited to the African Race. ' It i3 tho negroes' paradise for cheap living aud tho very climate of all the world for dolce far niente ways, irre? spective of color. The editor goes to his office about 10 and goes home at 2', there ls no night editor. The postofllco opens late anti closes early; business men lock up and go home to dinner; there is plenty of time, if not to-day, to-morrow, and hustling competition ls unknown. It ls all a climatic ne? cessity, conducive to longevity and a quiet conscience. Gray heads are nu? merous and the number of aged negroes is remarkable. I asked some of them how old they were, but nobody knew. Probably because bo many of them are native Africans, speaking to this day the Congo or Youraba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 July 1896

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. IX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 31, 1896. NO. 34. That Stol EY F. BAYFO N Iho city of Brussels a great deal of very pretty luco is exposed lor Bale. Englishwomen admire this lace and buy it. If they go straight from Belgium to England they can take it home without having to pay auy duty; but if they pass through Franco they have to pay on all their new .Brussels lace at the French Custom House. And many Englishwomen pass through France on their way from Belgium to England, because they prefer tho short passage from Cali is to Dover to the longer ono from Ostend. The Misses Wylie wero charming, rniddlo-uged ladies, fond* of travel, fond of dre.SK, fond ot lace, and very bad sailor.--. They hud been exoursion ing in Germany, bad come down the Bhiue, and had 6pent a week in Brussels. Moro attract.vo than the Field of Waterloo, and more fascinat? ing than the Musee Wiertz, was tho Gftlerie Si Hubert. Miss Melissa Wylie could not resist the whito Brus? sel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 July 1896

I I " hlato Recorder. Terms, $1.50 a Year ir. AtV/anco. Issued ercry Fiid.-;y evening, by "VV. IfX. *m: A-XKCEISj Y, ?VOz V0---4 ^.it**d rr-T. x,^-.-.rix.n. I lao Monterey posto-Pre as ??.cohn*, class mal ter. -.fonterey, Va., Prfday, July 31, 189C. All of the democratic organiza? tions in Washington lune appoint? ed committees to act jointly in set? ting ,1 cate and making arrange? ments for fi lousing Bryan and Sew? all ratification meeting. As Mr. Bryan is expected to be ihe princi? pal speaker at this meeting it is likely that the date selected vol be near that upon which the big noti? fication meeting in New ^ erk City vt ill he held. Notwithstanding the extraordina? ry efforts which are being made to "hold thens back bj talking of nom? inating a gold democratic ticket, a great many democrats who do not approye of the financial plank ol' the platform are -tnnomicing their intention to vot3 for Bryan and Sewall instead cf throwing their votes away or casting them for Mc? Kinley,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 July 1896

. . " ?' ?.? nu, w, ii ii t\iaom-*o**maem*m ?fS'g ii ' ?? ? * Highland Hecroder LOCAL NEWS County court brought out a small crowd Tuesday. Mr. Brown Nicholas, of Crab-, bottom, was up Monday. <** Mr. Willis Gibson lost $30 worth of sheep last week by dogs. Mr. A. T. Stephenson made a j business trip to town Monday. Mr. J. J. Kincaid made a short business trip to town Weduesday. Mr. Howard Terry made a short business trip to Monterey yesterday. Mr. S. 13. Rexrode, the merchant at Valley Center, was in town Monday, D. G. MeClung and wife, of Franklin, are visiting relatives in Highland. Mr. Leonard Loving, of Wil? liamsville, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. 0. Wilson. Mr. Harvey Hull, of Hightown neighborhood, visited our town one day this week. Most of the road men of' the county attended the meeting of the Hoard Monday. Mr. C. H. Amiss, soliciting agent for the Staunton Spectator, is in the county this week. Burr Flour for Sale.?Wil? liamsville burr flour for sale at the resid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 July 1896

More Meakin d value, mure ski ll, care, expense, more ?voiideriul cures aud moro curative power in Hood's Sarsaparilla Than int ty of her. Be Rure to get only Hood's. Hood's PU.8 cure biliousness, ind.geatiun. A White Deer as a Mascot. The citizens of Cook County are much put out on account of the slaying of a white deer which has been roam? in**- over that section for a number of year.*-, aud which was looked upon aa a sort of mascot, and which no one would harm, until a short time ago ono Poindexter wantonly shot lt. Such curios are very seldom fouud, but in story and lo song for ages past occa? sionally reference* are made to a "milk white" does or white deer, which ia generally supposed to have been a mythical or legendary animal. This white deer of Cook County, however, was no myth, for its snowy hide ls now lu pickle In a taxidermist's shop In this city, and Game Protector Mc? Guire is preparing at the request of the people of (.'ook County to make big trouble for Poindexter, ...

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