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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 23 October 1896

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XIX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER 23, 1896. NO. 16. CRUEL : AS3i5ju?6? THE GRAVE: The Secret of Dunraven Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret," Etc., Eto CTTATTrn IX.*-ConUEUod.^ Tlc retired from that presence a c!is Cia-ed man. A great trust had brou confided to him, and he tad botrayid lt. Ho had been powerful?his pow ar was overthrown; his I ad loon a busy lif. aud a useful?solitude and sham. wer. to bc his portion henceforward. Fresh from this blow my le:d wrote mo; he pronounced my doom. We must part; never again should he take Into his daily lifo tho wifo whoso heart had strayed to such as Rh hard Accring) n. Ho would not divorce me, tecau>e lie deemed nie guiltless in dt od though not in heart. I should still bear his name If I choso, and reside In tno of his do? mains, but never again thou d lie look ? upon my face. Th s wai your fiat, my loid, and 1 submitted. You nevir had to complain of rebellion in poor En ;o londc, ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 23 October 1896

iQJitiKD^^eOokdek. f 5 '^e?. 11.50 a Year in Adv ancs. I^oetl ererv Friday c retiing by ^.its sFTy^tt?a?jajmn. lered Rr '"ie Monterey r.r.:,;otfc-e aa ?nd class matter."'"* - ??terey, Va'.. Friday, Oct,. ^, 189C. -2 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ?our: 1 uesday, ftov. 3, l896. FOR PRESIDENT, Wm. J. Bryan, of Nebraska. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Ac thur Sewall, uf Maine. 'OR CONGRESS?TENT L DISTRICT. H. D. Flood, of Appomattox. sjSESSBBMsSSSSBWiSsssssBsssssasWsaMJBC-'sJt. # ? ??SSSBss??SS?sS*^sS?SsaSSBBSSSBSS> 1 Short of Matter. 'The usual amount, of matter does ot appear in this issue owing to ie fact that we were engaged a on-<iderable portion of the week in tinting election tickets. Our lim ;ed facilities for deing work of this skitter rendered the job tedious pd laborious. Wow to Vote, The Parker bill, which was pass u by the last Legislature and ap >rcyr*(i March 4, 1890, ehanges the lethod ol' vu!lng for Electors for President. The new law provides nat "qualified voters at said elec ion ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 23 October 1896

Wi'asiTniatp?ssiiMawsrT"t?iitii-iicn Highland Keckoder bi dt /' LOCAL NEWS. Ladies collars and cuffs nt Bish? op's.. See Bishop's display of kulpi soaps, Largest line of tobacco in town at Bishop's. Boots and shoes direct from fac? tory at Bishop's. Latest styles of ladies1 capes and cloaks at Bishop's, Men's, ladksV and children's un? derwear at Bishop's. Mr. Brown Trainer, of Pocahon? tas county, was in town yesterday. See the pretty shaped sailors and .Tam O'shanters at Mrs. &. C" Trimble, Mr- Albert.Rexrode and wife, of Dry Run, were in town a portion of Tuesday. _ Mr. R. F. Gillett, of McDowell, is doing some painting f;or X. H. Stephenson, E-Hj. >lr. Morgan Armstrong, of Big Valley, niade a business trip to Monterey Wednesday. A Richmond man says if Bryan is elected he will give $1.29 for all the wheat he can get. Tomorrow is thc hist day on which you can register. Remem? ber there are no three days of grace Mr. Ernest Weaver, of Staunton, was at the Commercial this wee...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 23 October 1896

Have beua cast by thousnuida of suffarors from impure blood, and their vordie baa settled the question of tha great curative power of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Every mall car brings in these lettera of praise for Hood's Sarsaparilla. They tell the same wonderful story of bea! ti restored, pnin aud suffering relieved, and happiness brought baok. They prove Hoods Sarsaparilla Is thc best-In fact the One Truo Blood PuriAei ||_ _ J|_ Dill* (,lre n'' '-' er "i9 Rn' SlOOu S lIllS Sick Headache. JBcenta "I say, Trlvvet, can you lt-nd mo fifty dollflrs for a few daysV" "I have only one dollar about me, Dicer." "Well, I'll try to make that do."?Judge. Dobbins' Electric Soar ls cheaper "or yow to use, if you follow directions, thana-iy othes soaps v.o dd b if given to you, for by its use c (Jhes are saved. Clothes cost more than soap. Ask your grocer for Dobbins'. Talio no other. The proposed crusade on nlcke'-lu the-slot machines at Tacoma, Was!-, has bern aban? doned. CascaKKT8 stimulate liver, ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 30 October 1896

**?. HIGHLAND RECORD vol. xix. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER 30, 189G. i ?4a?isr? NO. 4". >m i mn ra-rira CRUEL THE-GRAVE; The Secret of Dunrayen Castle. , BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret," Etc., Etc i CHATTTn Xr-(ContIr.uerl.) "It ls tbe entrance to the southern bes toa cell," murmured he. "He has found it after all. ? A sudden panic soized him; ho bound? ed up tho bauk, leaning his hand upon the bowlder as ho passed?tho bowld r rocked upon Its pivot Me did not stop until he was deou in thc thicket, out of sight of tho horrible place; there h ? threw himself upon the ground and burled his head n his hands, his pu sos thundering and his breath laboring. "He ls d?*ad by this time!" he groaned; "it must have leen a s! aft, be disap? peared so quickly-^-no cry, no groan. I'o is gono; my enemy is gono!" He grov? eled still lower on tho ground, and prossed his hands closer over his ears. A straggle raged In his soul. 1 The man who could ruin him, tho man who m...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 30 October 1896

ilmiiLAiMD Recorder. Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued crerv Friday evening by aa \v. n.'.jvaz^Ti^iErT^r, Enter ; t the Monterey post office as second class matte. M onterey, Va.. Friday, Oct. 16., 18W. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election: Tuesday, Nev. 3, i896. FOrt PRESIDENT, V Wm. J. Bryan, of Nebraska. < FOP. TICS PKESIDBNT, Arthur So wall, of Mai no. FOR CONGRESS?TENTH DISTHICT. H. D. Frtvod, or- Appomattox. Next Tuesday. A cloud has settled down over thia great country of our.-. It is a political mist, but it is as impen? etrable aa a London fog, if we take the statements of the leaders of the two great parties of the hind. The fog will rise next Tuesday night an^ everything will be made clear, and this friend will tell his neigh? bor, "I told yon so,1' and that neigh? bor will tell the other fellow, "Just as I expected.'" .' mon :n public life had as marry and as warm personal friends as the late ex-Speaker Crisp had, and fewer nun bad.ns clean ti pub? lic record?none could b...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 30 October 1896

Highland^ Rbckodeu Mr. George Buzzard, of Bolar was in town yesterday. ?Mr, Sully Rexrode, of Valley Center, was in town Monday. Hon. John T. Byrd, of Williams? ville, attended court here Tuesday. Mr. John Porter, of Staunton was with us a short while Tues? day. Mr. B. M, Yeager, of Marlinton, made a business visit to our town jonday. Mr. James 0. Hiner made a bus? iness trip to Staunton, returning Monday. Mr. James Trimble and mother visited friends in Pendleton county the first of the week. Mr. John Blagg, of Doe Hill, re? turned last Saturday from a visit to West Virginia relatives. Mrs. Kev. Craybill and Miss Ger? trude Dear, of Crabbottom, visited friends in Monterey Monday. Mrs. James Cross, of West Au? gusta, spent Sunday in Monterey, the guest of "Mrs. Tom Slaven. Mr. Frank D. Wade, who some months ago moved to Lewisburg, W. Va., is in the county on a visit. Wanted- to trade a good driving horse, 8 years old, for a quiet fami - ly horse, apply to C. F. Dever, Mill Gap, Va. V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 30 October 1896

Chronic Catarrh oaunot to ourod by local applica? tions. It ls ii constitutional disease, ami re? quires a oonstitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla, wbiali, working through tue blood, eradicates the impurity which oausos and promotes the dise ise, aud soon effects a permnnent cure. At tho same time Hood's Sarsaparilla builds up the whole system aud makes you feel renewod in strength. Hood's Sarsaparilla ls the best?in fact the OneTrue Blood Purifier. Hood's Pillscure Utct Ills; ~sy * take.e.isy lo operate. &>c. _a. Costly Trophies. The head of tho musk os ls the most costly of mounted game heads, and next is the head of the bison or buffalo. Fine buffalo heads, well mounted, bring from $150 to $500. A head of $5*30, how over, would be one exceptionally large and choice, and a fine head can be bought for $250. Fifteen years ago a well-mounted buffalo head could be bought for from $50 to $100. The in? crease in price is accounted for by the growing scarcity of the buffalo...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 November 1896

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xix. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 6, 1896. NO. 43. r-n tTTirrfn i iTimiTT rn nn it inn CRUEL MIME; The Secret of Dunraven Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margrarot," Etc., Eta cnArTER xrr_Continues. Kenmore was too delicately faithful to his you fig lady's dimity to betray hil suspicions of tho real depth and s nirce of her snfTeriiigs: but his rancor against Edgar was all gone in thc revulsion ol fee ing consequent upon ice-cut oe currenecs. When he could extract nc more from his unw liing informant, ttl gar told him the whole story of his acci? dent and what fol owed. Amazement and wrath buist firth' from Kenmore as be learned the fact ol S r.'ombo having known all the time what Edgar's fate wa-*. "The foul liend's in tin man'." mutter ?vi Kcnmoro, perfectly aghast. "Little I kent it was your life ho c ve cd wheo I was rogue enough to clogue wi1 him to row ye over to Scotland an' leave ye there:" Edgar had fallen dov/n an unkno ti d...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 November 1896

li Highland Hecokder. i Terms, $1.50 a Year in Advance. Issued every Fridav evening bv "W. H. MA.THRUSTY, Entered ?? the Monterey poatolPcc as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. C., 189G. At First h Carried Evcrv rr BUT IT TURNS OUT THAT BRY? AN WILL GET A FEW VOTES. In the lOth District of Virginia the Boltocrats Fell Into Line Handsomely at the Crack pf Hanna's Whip AND ELECT YOST BY 500. Poor Old Man Palmer Left Out in the Cold, We give the news as we get it from pres* and wire. As to ma? jorities, we consider them unrelia? ble and will give but few. As to the general result we have but lit? tle doubt that McKinley is elected. Thursday's Staunton Daily News says McKinley has carried the fol? lowing states: Connecticut, Dela? ware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Ken tucky, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Massachusetts, Minneso? ta, New York, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North and South Da? kota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Khode Island, Vermont. West Vir ginia and Wiscons...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 November 1896

.S I Highland Recrodek LOCAL NEWS. Ladies' fine shoes at Bishop's, at ?51.00. QThe election is over, next the railroad. Baby shoe3 at Bishop's at 30c per pair. Plenty of trunks and valises at Bishop's. Boys1 cloth caps at Bishop's at 25 cents each. A fine, all-wool kersey overcoat for 18.50 at Bishop's, See the leatheroid telescopes for sale by V. B. Bishop. Handsomest line of lamps eyer at Monterey now on sale at Bishop's. Be sure to examine Bishop's fac? tory-made boots and shoes before you buy. Mr. JP. D. Williams, of McDow? ell neighborhood, was in town Wednesday. Mr. Tazwell Fitzwater aud wife, of Crabbottom, were bi town Mon? day, trading at the stores. Hon, Charles P. Jones and S. P. Sieg, Esq., are attending court in Pendleton county this week. Mr. Robert Lightner and daugh? ter, Miss Sadie, of Back Creek, spent a while in town last Satur? day. Mr. Charles Hull and wife, who have been spending sometime in Grant county, returned the lirst of the week. Mr. A. A. Shumate, who i...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 November 1896

Eyes Ears and nose aro all more or less affeoled by oitarrb. The eye* beoome inflamed, r^d and watery, with dall, heavy pains between them; there are roaring, bussing noises In tbe cars, and sometimes the heards is affected; the nose is a sa vero sufferer, with Its constRol, uncomfortable discharge. All these disagreeable symptoms may be removed by tho use of Sarsaparilla The best?In fact tho One True Bloo I Purifier. UAaJI? Eil1* oore nausea, l.-id'gostleu, Money In Carrots. Roslyn, Long lalau.V has a woman farmer who raises such plebeian vege? tables aa carrots and turnips for the market. She ls Mrs. Taber Willets, and her place ls the pride of tbe na? tives. She is a practical agriculturist and makes farming pay to a remark? able degree. It ls encouraging to know, however, that her strictly prac t'.-al Ideas do not prevent her from sur? rounding her vegetable garden witt a border of box, lu which sweet peas and wallflowers bloom._ Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoko Yoor Lifo Away. . If...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 November 1896

HIGHLAND ECORDER vol. xix. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUfTY, VA., NOVEMBER 13, 18%. NO. 49. THE HEWS, Overwhelming Triumpli For R* publican Candidates, KEW YORK AHD ILLINOIS. The Empire State Gives Them Nearly 3CO.OOO Majority, and the Empire State of the West About 150.00C?Michigan, Iowa. Ohio, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Wsst Virginia Safely In Their Ranks, and Even Texas i3 In Doubt, Tho returns from the entre country, al? though incomplete lu toms States, insure the election of Melvnloy. A sufficient num? ber of States havo declared for him to make certain that he will set 204 votes la the elec torial colless*. Thy States whose voto is sura for tba Re? publican nominee are as follows: California, 9; Connecticut, 6; Delaware, 3; Illinois, 24; Indiana, 15; Iowa, 13; Maine, 6; Maryland, 8; Massachusetts, 15; Michigan^ 14; Minnesota, 9; New Hampshire, 4; New Jersey. 10; New York, 33; North Dakota, 3; Ohio, 23; Oregon,3; Pennsylvania, 3'-, Rhode Island, 4; South Dakota, 4; Vermont, 4; West Vir...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 November 1896

HWHLA-ND ItECOKDEJ T-rms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. I*>araed esrcrv Fridav evening bv "W". 1$. -MA-TIrlETsrY, ?*e-DI"r'*'"i**i ~wiT*o *p**7_ix^z?_cx*ia. Entered ?i the Monterey poslolPoe as -econd class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. C., 1896 One Consoling Thought! Now that the smoke of the greai campaign of 1806 has cleared away it ta well to take a retrospect.}**; view and see if defeated democrats can anywhere find a little consola? tion. We think we can offer one consoling thought to Virginia democrats who so loyally supported the Chicago ticket and carried it to victory iu this State, in spite of great odds. In this connection wo have no reference whateyer to that disgruntled element which labored t<o hind to bear the title of the'"Xa tional Democratic Party," that lit? tle minority band which tries with brazen assurance to constitute it? self a ??nucleus*' around which true democrats ( not silver men) may rally in the future to maintain and perpetuate the now disgrac...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 November 1896

*******-********'*****M^^ ll fi 'n't n Highland Reckodei. LOCAL NEWS. Plenty of sole leather at 13islio]>*>, 8 Hoots at Bishops from ?1.00 up. j? Woolen yaru, all colors, at V, 13. jj Game of all kinds wanted bv V.! | B. Bishop. ? If ton want to save money buy your boots and shoes of Bishop. Dickey's cek-bratod all-wool ker? seys for'sale by V. B, Bishop. Ladies' alb-wool skirts at Bishop's at '.oe and one dollar each. Highest -warket prices paid for game by Bishop. Arbuckle coffee at Bishop's at 19 cents per pound. The celebrated King Heater for sale b V. B. Bishop. To cure all old sores, to heal an indolent ulcer, or to speedily cure piles, yon need simply to apply De? witt's Witch Hazel Salve according to directions. Its magic-like action -will surprise you. Orndorff & Whitelaw. ?4 Mr. Dav'ui (J. Kincaid died af- his ** home on Jackson's river last Sat? urday niffht. Mr. .-.dam Pullin died at his borne near McDowell, on last Fri** day, after a short illness, from pneumo...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 November 1896

Fad is worth a coluruu of rhetoric. It 19 a fact *-s-.?b!is!HH! by th:, ti^tlnnoiiy i f thon wi-ai'lf, that Hoo i's Sarsaparilla do*? cure ecrofuifl, sa't rheum, eatarrb, natl other dlsensos nu-.l ?.fftsct'ons nri**i:.tf from im? puro stale or low condition oj tho blood. It 0.U0 overcomes that tirol feeUa-**, ore atea n good appetite and f*ives ?t**e*agth to every part of tbe sjstem. Get only Sarsaparilla T\r> hast -in f*ct the One True Blood Pander. cure Lt******* Ills; easy to ttikv, easy to operate. Sic. Hoed's Pills' .Mystery of the St. Lawrencr Rive:; For seven years tbe St. Lawrence river gradually decreases iu depth; thea for seven years lt gradually in creases in depth, the dift't renee in level l>eing about Ave feet. Wey it docs so no one ha3* yet discovered. Don't Tobacco Spit and Sm .Ve Yonr I.'fo Away. If you want to quit tobacco mn: easily anl forever, te^-tun los* ariaiwooJ, he ii.&ae wei, rtrotif*, nvit**ftylie, tull of r.ew life and viso;-, take No-To-Btu-,...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 November 1896

IGHLAND RECORDER vol. xix. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 20,1896. NO. SO. CRUEL THEJRAVE; The Secret of Dunraven Castle. ' BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret," Etc., Eto CHAFTF.lt XIII.-Continued. Loveday started and tamed a pained look upon tho pair,?irnly it seemed like lt! Her heart swelled bittorly: it was hard to find herself In Auberon's way,? to see that all thiss.vcet, loving intimacy was but a lover's ruso to bring Miss Lao to terms! She followed Accrington's guidance without a doubt; sh > felt as if she could never meet Auberon again. Accrington knew every fcofc of the lo? cality; five years ago he had spent many a day with, his sporting compani' ns boating those glades for gamo. Ho did not at once disturb thc painful roverio of his companion, but to k ad? vantage of her preoccupation to lead her so many turns and twists that when at long.h she lo deed round, tho felt com? pletely at fault. At erington confidently assured her that thoy wore i n th...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 November 1896

? i?ir ri ii? i ii i mj m ?_m ail BLAND REOQJiDJEK. ?l.."j3a Toni in Advance. i Tosued erervFridav uren >V>7\ H. IMA.THI.iNi'V, SI3-TCZ-5. A.1T33 s?T7S3i-iieiiasa?. ered ..- ? Monterey post office as mn tier. aterey, Va., Friday, Nov. C? 1896. 5?crei. seemed ?nis for the rmanent heacTq * for the national : ?n ol nocratic ciao-', the organization ?which it is pr< posed to kee;) up fM alt ng. Mi-. Gardner ir .retary of the democratic con fesional committee, and its he ad? mr ters viii be located at the same Ice, although it will haye no nc to do until the opening oi the pjrressional campaign. -?-?? Bryan's defeat is nothing for m to be ashamed of. A change i less than 20,000 votes divided pong ni.;*.- states, and varvio-e; om 101 votes in the lowest to 11, X) in the highest, would hayegiv i tu-- electoral votes of 9 adciition . state... a total of 00, to Bryan, ad would have el ec-fed him with 3 otes to spare. When some over jibilant McKinleyite ^ets too gay bout the alleged ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 November 1896

lIlGHLAKD REGKO?eii LOCAL NEWS. Tho old way of delivering mes? sages by postboys compared with the modern telephone, illustrates the old tedious methods of "break? ing" cohls compared with their al? most instantaneous cure bv Ono Minute Cough ('-ure. Orndorff & Whitelaw. WANTED-^ EVE KAL FAITH ful men or women to travel tor re? sponsible established house.- in Vir? ginia, Salary *.M>, payable $15 weekly and expenses. Position permanent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope for reply. Tbe National, Star Build? ing, Chicago. maro-'J 7 Leave yonr order with H. M. Slaven for tlie Christmas Judge or Puck. Hath Nevs: The sad intelli? gence comes to us that Judge J. W. Warwick's condition is wore*. He commenced sinking Sunday and his present condition causes great uneasiness. Messrs. Charles nnd Edward Sim? mons, of Cave, Pendleton county, vere in town Monday on business. M Messrs. Wm. L. Arbogast add Frank Rexrode brought to town Saturday a small bear, which they had ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 November 1896

Catarrh In Jost as surely a dtso&se of the blood as is terofula. Bo say the best authorities. How foolish lt is, then, to expoct a cure from snuffs, inhalants, eto. Tbe sensible course 13 to purify your blood by taking the best blood partner, Hood's t-'ar?a;>artlla. This medlelca bas permanently cared Ca? tarrh In a multitude of eases. It goes to the root of the trouble, whioh ts Impure blood. Remember Sarsaparilla Is the best?in fact the Ono True Blood Purifier. U Mil* ?**o the only pills to Uke 8 rlliS with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Mystery of the St. Lawrence River. For seven years the St. Lawrence river gradually decreases In depth; then for seven years lt gradually in? creases in depth, the difference in level being about five feet. Why it does so no one has yet discovered. STAT* OF OntO, ClTT OT TOLEDO, \ ? Lucas Cocstt. | w* Frask .1. Chine y niako? oath that hs ls Ilia senior partner of the firm, o." i'. J. Chinsy <Ji Co.,doing business in theClty of To lt-do. County an...

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