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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 September 1896

HIGHLAND vol. ix. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA,, SEPTEMBER ll, 18%. NO. 40. ?rr ii.I .? ,),., atnt-iV lind CRUEL :AS THE GRAVE; Thc Secret of Dunraven Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faiibfol Margaret," Er/. , '.,co CHAPTER IIIa-(Conltnaed.) As this, the boroo? the hour, ai pour? ed b-fore f lends, a soft ru.-tl ing stirred tho thro*:;* Far faces lit up with pleased surpiiso, and .Mis Croey's so't eye .'ottlcd upon kim wi ii cloouo.it satisfaction. I o.il [uchape shaded his joyless coun t' nance with ont-, band. Ho too might have had a son! Tho p'ay went oil) io tho tripping pro* pu- .simi of tho music which ushered in th-.! fluttering fairlea They sci med to p ur out * f 1'ic shin Inf* *ala e ujon tl a moon bathi-d lawn, nnd with rhythmic mot;* ns aud wr. ath Ing at-ins to wravo themjeivo-j luto a labyrinthine danoo, in and out, and ji'in l and ab ii ara'n, with th-* capt ve a- a center and inspiring theme Tbe captive pleaded most elo i nen tly, in dumb show for fro* om, li i...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 September 1896

-.-r--irr- minimi Terms, $1.60 a Year In Advance. Issued ererv Friday t venine bv W. n. ivaf:A.a'i-?E-isrY, *******oxrsr*| ^.it-o F-c--E)i.-r-^-i=x^i*t. ?ttteii* . tho Monterey postofflce aa second class matter. Mq.r.Cicy. Va., Friday, Sept. ll, 1890. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election: Tuesday, Nov. 3, iS96. : PRESIDENT, \Viii. J.-Bryan, nf Nebraska. RIK VIC! PRESIDENT. Arthur Sewall, of Maine. FOR CONGRESS-?TENtlB DISTRICT. II. D. Flood, of Appomattox. Hon. Spencer Jones, chairman of thc Maryland State Democratic -Committee, says of tlie o-utlook in ?that State: *I am more and more convinced every day as the cam? paign progresses that Maryland will elect Bryan and Sewall doct? ors by a large majority. We are gaining more republicans than we shall lo.se democrats. The Palmer and Buckner electoral ticket will not cost Bryan a single vote." Representative Wheeler, of Ala? bama, thus sLes up the Palmer and Buckner ticket: 'There isn't much to recommend it, and it will not stir the Voters to ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 September 1896

MlGHLAND IlECKODEK LOCAL NEWS. Mr, Levi Jack made a business trip to Monterey this week. Mr. Dock. Terry, of Back Creek, :ailed at, this ofiiee yesterday. Mia-is?Alice Waggoner, of Crab? bottom, was in town yesterday. Lexington Presbytery will meet . E Harrisonburg next Tuesday, the 15th. Mrs. A: -'.right, of Jatbson's River, vi.... I friends in town yes lay. Miss Abbi** Rexrode, of Dry Rnn, ?"?>r a short time Wed Ur. Harry Cr ame*, ett and family are c'- * r<*T<vtiv< t at Deerfic-.d t lis .... Mr. .' \.b Hevene?y* miller, Mr. litloeii, was in town a short .... esday. Mr. Hank Gwin loft last Monday "* lor the University of Virginia, where he will study medicine. a'r. Charles Newman and cous? in, K.ss Fannie Newman, of Crab? bottom, visited Monteray Wednes jy. r W. P. Campbell. Esq., and fam? ily are paying'a Visit to Mr. Camp? bell's parents, wlio reside afc Hin? ton, W. Ya. Mr. Robert Ervine has gone on the road again as teamster for V. Vi. Bishop after a monthes rest f...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 September 1896

Health ts impossible w.thout pi.rc,hc.ilth> blood. Puri? fied mid vitalized blood results from taking s Sarsaparilla The best?in tani the Ono Truo blood Purifier. Hood's Pills tor Un liver and bowels. 35c, What a Yoong Man Told His Girl About the Electric Cars. "You Bee," said the young man on the front seat of an electrio car, ex? plaining to his best girl how tbe elec? tric current was made to 6end the car flying along the rails, "the motorman turns that thing a little to the right, and that connects the car with tbe electric current carried along in tbe wire down in the conduit under the track.". ?'But how does it make the wheels go around?" questioned the little miss. "Why, the motorman just gives that thingumbob a half turn to the right, and that lets on just so much of the whatdoyoucullit, which connects the car with the thingamajig that is hitch? ed to the 1 o plow and runs along the dinke*. b down under the centre of the track. This is connected with the electric wiro dow...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 September 1896

GHLAND RECORDER vol. xix. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER 18, 1896. NO. 41. CRUEL :AS: THE GRAVC L The Secret 01 Dunraven Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret," Etc., Eta *" CU ArTir.1 1V-(Ci?iiUii.io1.\ Miles Dell&mere hu kel at l;or sice rubbing Ins I anils ind chuck Ins to 6<0 his defeated rival?a wretched lltt'o grizzled ape with tho vanity and assam lion ot u eli Wil. Accrington bowed low and mockingly;, Mien seized tho unlap V tidy'8 hahd - ra sii!tr it by Ibo wedding-ring wi Ic'.i ho bad between his finger a d th1 mb? not nen grasping her skih in his over? whelming scorn, and affecting to bc ad miring tlc lovely hand "i'll a rough Ktldier's gallantry, li;' -aid in a tone : cr fect'y audible to those who stood about: "Madam, you | ro noised this io ne: i use m) sword 1" sci ure my prop r > ? ltut faith: 1 1 clicvo you Knew tiest? 'twas nol w i-f; thegiving." Aud with that Lo left ber. JSl;c never saw him again until she bad ton year- a wid...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 September 1896

tGHLAX!) llRCOKDEK. Ifferms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. 1 ererv Frhlav rreningbv W. kc. ivd:A.TiiEisr,sr, . post off ce an us matter, ivy. Va., Friday, Kept. IR, 189G. DEMOCRATIC TICKET, pection: Tuesday, Nov. 3, ig95. ron FRBBID^Nt, Wm. J. Bryan, of Nebraska. . . RESIDENT, Arthur Sewail, of Main . FOR CONGRESS?TENTH I H. 1). Flood, of Appomattox. ' ^ONFEDERATfc REUNION. Oniast'Saturday many of High? land's old soldiers and their friends, making in all between four and five hundred persons, assembled at lautiful grove neat McDowell, a overlooked by the McDowell ienV.d, and spent a day that r ull of enjoyment that it ?will long be remembered. The occasion was to do honor to t. W. R. Lyman, of New Or? leans, who was captain of Company )lui Virginia liniment, which composed principally of eastern jhlandcrs. As stated in our last in ard wife paid his old comrades a visit, and while here they could think of nothing I more titting than to have a reunion ?of his company aud other Coi JTates ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 September 1896

Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWS. Mr* Jami Hevener called to see| Como out ami hear Mr. I lonrnoj rext Tuesday a wi kYm. Messersmith went to rho \ alley Monday. Slr. Jesse Gilmore,of Brck Creek, was in town Wednesday. Mis-; Sadie Stephenson was in town a >:>.<- ' time Tuesday. T ?. Hobbs, Esq., of Roanoke, twited McDowell last week. Rey. V. Q. Flaherty has crone to Green Bank to assist in a meeting. I We regret to lonni that Dr. Pat? on^ "'Hon ' . not iiupr '- i |? H. H. I'j isel, superintendent ?h'- :s. was in town Wed-1 ,. L his chil toneil started this ?lend Randolph-Macon : ? M" . 0 P ii is visiting 'nevi Payne, at Warm ? oprings. Mi* Robert Waybright, of t?rab nade a business trip to v>..:i . ucsday. Mr. .loila Bird, or the Soldiers1 il me, Rich rn in 1, is visitlog frien ls in the county. Mr. lames Hidy and dren, -1 lower Crab oot tom, ure ptne'ten down with typhoid fever. Vi ai. Daugherty, who has been making hie nome in West Virgin? ia for some time, is home on a vis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 September 1896

r Take The best when you need medicine. For Mood, appetite, nerves btomach, liver, nothing equals Hood's Sarsaparilla Tha One True Blood Purifl r. AU druggists. $1. Hood's Pills cure aU Liver Ills. 25cents. PAVED WITH DIAMONDS. Thousands of the Precious Stones Found in the Streets of Kimberley. When In tbe early '70's the four great Kimberley mines were discovered, tbe Innumerable diggers who rushed to the uew Eldorado found themselves seri? ously handicapped owing to the scar? city of water. Wate rls indispensable to the successful working of diamoud Iferous ground. "Dry sorting," as it is Called, which the Kimberley pioneers were "ompelled to resort to during the o years, Involved a great loss of diam :.ds, thousands having been lost in this manner. The ground thus sort? ed I (lime known as debris, huge mounds of which can still be seen about thc mines. When Kimberley was created a mu? nicipality and proper roadways con? structed, lt was found that this debris made excellent pavem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 September 1896

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xix. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER 25, 1896. NO. ?. _t rwnnTT PRATT DEAD CRUEL ; A sees THE GRAVE; The Secret of Dunraven Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author ot "Faithful Margaret," Eto., Etc \.- CnAPTT.lt V.-{Coniimteci.) ' "Yon never mean n.o ti believe that fou would have liked to let then drown. Jo you?" crio 1 sho Btraightcnin ? herself iud looking down upon him with two Sashing, Incredulous eyes. Up to this. Edgar had listened as to an idle colloquy, for tho mere delight of nearing riva's voice, but now a moro personal Interest chained him to the spot. What lover could withstand the temptation of hearing his lady speak ?bout h'm while Ignorant of his prox? imity? And by the dawning rose in her cheek and the keener gaze of thc o'd man, hu knew his name was coming. "The:cwasbut one life e. pccially In flanker?and it was not I who savod it It was my la ly's will that sent me Iii co time* down after hm?and it was my lady's ala pron 1 hands that pull...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 September 1896

rn. i i mtrrmi Shlakd Recohdek. Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. r?sucr1 ererv Fridav ? vening bv "W\ TT. -MT. A.TI-XTZJSTY, f?-3 A.HT33 r^.s^.z'irirsj. Raiered ? the Monterey yiostolPee a? secotvi 'tass matter. _> ' i ey, Va., Fritlnv, Sept. 25, DEMOCRATIC TICKET, hlection; Tuesday, Nov. 3, i896. ! FOR rp.MlSIIiKVT. ) Bryan, cf Nebraska. VICE PRESIDENT, Arthur Sc wall, of Maine. OKGRESS?TENTH DI8TRICT. i . I'lood, of Appomattox. o ? ? democr. ic clubs s ti ' several thous than ever before, and the com? ing National Convention of Cults . Lpn is, which v.ill, if is cx * tended by both Mr. Bryan ri I, will eclipse nny gathering of the kind ever held before. - * Mr. Hanna, next month, will place n the stump ia Illinois, for Melvin Ch aa ney Depew. This gentleman is President of the New k Central railroad and general representative ol' the. Vanderbilt millions. His words will op doubt bare a telling effect on the labor? ing class of that section, for their interes!? are .so similar. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 September 1896

Highland Keckodek LOCAL NEWS. K; Don Sullen berger has re? turned from Stan tito u. M A. A. Shumate spe*t a few jaayd ai home this week. Mr. John Robson, of Augusta county, was in town yesterday. Mr. John Gratton, of Jackson's Hiv< r, was in town Wednesday. Mr. Tom Slai roght a load cf furniture from the depot this Mr. L. S. Dickenson reti i Sunday from a business trip in West Virginia. Mrs. Frank McNulty, of Mead? ow Dale, was visiting friends in town yesterday. Mr. C. C. Arbogast went to Sug? ar Grove the lirst of the week on a business mission. \ We return thanks to Mrs. Pollv "^ Varner for a very large apple left .tt curofiice recently. Mrs. I. H. Dice, of Franklin, vis? ited her daughter. Mrs. A. A. Shu muie, the first of the week. SIXTY STACKS OF MAY FOR SALE. Apply to L. P. Blackwell, Ckek's Milk Bath county, Ya. Mr. ll. K, Burns has been ap? pointed deputy-sheriff for the Lev? els district of Pocahontas county. Kev. C. W. Trawiekpreached the opening sermon at the session ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 September 1896

Great Sales naturally result from the great merit which makes thousands of wonderful cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla TheOncTrue Wood Purifier. All drucrgiflts. fl. Hood's Pills cure all Liver HU. Si cents. The Scouts of the Sea, Torpedo-boats, however, are designed for a wider service than simply to carry and discharge the frightful weapon from which they take their name. They are to the navy what scouts and skir? mishers are to a land army. They form the cavalry of the sea, of which the cruisers are the infantry and the battleships and monitors the artillery arm. They must spy out the position of the enemy's fleet, hover about his Danks or haunt his anchorage to ascer? tain what he is about and what he weans to do next. They must act as the pickets of their own fleet, patroll? ing the neighborhood, or waiting and watching, concealed among islands 01 in Inlets and rivermouths, ready to'has? ten away to the admiral with warning of any movement of the enemy. It ls not their business to l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 October 1896

sow isn??ip??+~~mm?^>p*ia? ?m in."'" ? "" ? h>iUi?<?i. .?QUI? ??..? ???????? ? lUl ? ?...ll I H.l Ul, *?i "??w??wrm?S* HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XIX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER 9, 1896. NO. 44. .??ill f Wili*nl?il CRUEL ?as; IHE JRAVE; The Secret of Dunraven Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret." Etc., Eto . Cn APTER VII.?Continued. She roso, dcejly agitated, quilo un? conscious of tho beseeching expression of her proud eyes, and o ly feeling that She might betray lier thrilling hope and fear unless she changed her position. Still holding her hand, lie. roso with her, and spoke on with imperious urgen? cy. "Speak; do you grant my request, or must 1 take my own?" A stilled sob carno from her very - heart; site could not comprehend him. "Tho-the name?" sho staran.ored. ??What is it?" "What! >oudo not guess?" cried ho, with fiorco Incredulity?then a g ance of satan c mirth crossed his \ a'o, anx? ious face. Sho toro her hand from him In a wild re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 October 1896

f iimiihAND llECOllDEK. Terms, fl.50 a Yearln Advance. Issued ererv Fiidnv evening bv *W. TT. ISdCA-TKCEN-Y, ss: rr -. awd jpvsBXtlaMstxan. Enlerel -t the Monterey postoiflce as second class mat tor. Monterey, Va., Friday, Oct. 9., 1890. ? . i "VT 7"'- ? DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election: Tuesday, Nov. .5, i&96. ... FOR PRESIDENT, Wm. J. Bryan, of Nebraska. FOB TICE PRESIDENT', Arthur Sewall, of Maine. FOR CONGRESS? TEN1H DI8TRICT. ? H. D. Flood, of Appomattox. r Florida held its State election on the 6th, and the New York Jour? nal places the democratic majority at not less than from 18,000 to 20, p00. Georgia's election was on the 7th, and a 'phone message from Staunton states that the democrats carried the state by 40,0Q0. An agent of the U. S. Labor Bu? reau, who has been in Ohio and Indiana on official b isiness which ?brought him in contact with a large-n nm ber of laboring men, anya many of those wearing McKinley buttons told him confidentially thal they- intended voting for Br...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 October 1896

mm CstaassaaMsaMeaw - ?*-*#??-**%+?. Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWS. Kev. C. W. Tra wick returned last .night. Fodder twine for sale by V. B. Bishop. Ladies1 black ties and bows at Bishop's, Ladies1 white collars and cuih at Bishop's, Miss Cora Lu nsf ord, of Wier, was over Wednesday. A good, heavy, all-wool hov s' suit at V. B. Bishop'- fr g2.0d. Men's all wool, heavy suits at ?SI 50, $5 50 and aW-ot) at Bishop's. Mr. C. W. Trimble and wife are Visiting relatives at Blarlinton this week, Mr. Tom Slaven and wife wen! to West Augusta today to visit friends. Mr. S. B. Rexrode spent last night in Monterey, enrnue to Mc? Dowell. A fine line of toilet soaps, direct froin the manufacturer, at V. B' Bishop's. Arbogast and Slaven are doing some work in Pocahontas county this week. The flout detr.'dished several large buildings in Waynesboro, and one life was lost Miss Mary V. Clcek, of Bath county, was the guest of Miss May Slaven Wednesday night. Mr. George W. Cleek, of Bath comity, was in M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 October 1896

Look Sharply to the condition of your blood. At this season peculiar perils assail the syste-.u. There aro sudden changes in tomperalurc; fogs and dampness, chilly sights, lowering Clouds, drenching rains. These sudden changes bring on colds, fevers, pneumonia, bronchitis and other ailments. Keep the blood pure, rich and full of vitality and you Will be well. Bemember, Hood' Sarsaparilla Is the best?In fact the Ono True Blood Purifier IIaaJ'a DSIIa arethe best after-dinner nOOQ S PIUS pills, aid digest ?n. Mk. V Bedtime* in Ancient Day*. The boys and girls of this period .would think iheir lots very hard should they bo sent to bed at dark. Yet the majority of grown people, as well as the Children, in ancient Rome rarely lighted a candle unless at dawn. In Rome, Athens, Egypt, aud other paris of the Mediterranean shore, the bedtime was between 6even and nine o'clock in the evening, according to thc season. Tin Turks go to bed early and get up early to this day. Never Judge a man by h...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 October 1896
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