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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 November 1896

HIGHLAND VOL. xix. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUSTY, VA., NOVEMBER 27,t8S6. NO. 51. _- I ^^nnTTaTT*. QT A TV. TTT.W5 CRU EL' EAS= THEJRAVE; The Secret of Dunraven Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret," Etc, Etc CHAITEB -XIV_Continued. When sho was nearly down she saw a bott close in shore, with a man standing by Its b* w, doing something w th a rope. Tho stormy darkness, added to tho shade of a clump of water willows, hid his features from hi r, but h ? werne 1 like a gentleman, perhaps on-- of the neighbor? ing gentry who had beon out fishing. Tho skiff wa- an elogant thing, such a3 a gentleman mij-ht uso. Almost delirious with the idea of .Ac? crington's proximity. Loveday galloped elose up to him, dropped to tho ground, and stand ng before him, "blinded and da/od. gasj od out "WHI you?will you row me under tho bridgo and hido mo until that {.orson who is coming pa ses b> ?" Even as she was speaking, ho was leading tho trembling Ahmed round bo hind tho thick ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 November 1896

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.50 a Year In Advance. t'laed ererv Fridsw tveninf-by *W- n. jvr.A.Txi*Ej*srTrr, "US-otTo---4 A.-N--D ? -*-ri3i-x-3--i-e--**>,. Enterr. i ?t tne Monterey p0sto.Pce as ?recond class matter. Monn-rey, Va., Friday, Nov. 27., 1896. There is no more amusing fent ure of the {situation than the talk of the populists .about the demo? cratic party having to come to them m the next national campaign, lt would be the case of the tail wag? ging the dog sure enough, for the party which cast more thau five sixths of the votes Bryan received being absorbed by the party which cast le.ssthan one-sixth of the votes. The Short Session, What is known as the short ses? sion of Congress will meet on the 7th of December and will extend to the first of March; then the new administration will step in and ma? nipulate the rein.-;, and will proba? bly hold an extra session of Con? gress. The new Congress will stand about as follows: Senate gold republicans, 37* gold demo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 November 1896

Highland IIecroder LOCAL NEWS. In settling up with the merchant, blacksmith. &c., don't forget that the paper man needs a little lift. The Central Presbyterian of the 18th, inst., says Rev. C. M. Howard the evangelist, is conducting a meet? ing at Delaplane, Fanquier county. Our Mr. Orndorff bas just return? ed from the northern market with a nice line of general merchandise, which we would be pleased to have the public call and examine. As to quality of goods, we have the best; as to prices, we will not be under? sold. Orndorff & Whitelaw. We would mention especially our line of outings, and believe it would be to your interest to exam it before making your purchase, Orndorff & Whitelaw. We cannot publish anything brought to this office as late as Friday morning. Mersrs. Morton, Marable, Lowery and Dr. M.O. Burkholder, of Staun? ton, wore registered at the Com? mercial last night The carrier-pigeon which was captured by Mr. Edwin Wilson, ?about a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 November 1896

Ringing Noises ia the ears, soineti-aas u rearing, buzalng sound, or snapping lita the re? port of a pistol, are oausnd by catarrh, that exceedingly dl9agn?abl?? ant very common t'lsanse. Lobs of smoll or bear? ing also results from oatarrb. Hood's Barsaparlllu, tbe great blood purifier, is a iKscubarly successful remedy for this disease, walch it cures by purifying tbo blood. If you suffer from catairh, try Hood Sarsaparilla Tie best-in fact tbe One True BlooJ I'ur " U.?J)? Diilft dlc ***e ****** a*ter ***?'''?* Irvsl 9 ? Hf O imIIs, cxiXn bea dacia... 'Ju-. Growl og tho Bermuda Lily. "The Bermuda Lily should be plant e<S In deep pots," writes Eben E. Rox? ford in the Ladles' Home Journal. "Put in a shallow layer of soil over tho drainage material when you pot tbe bulba of this plant, and on this place the bulb, which should be covered lightly. Leave lt like this until tbe stalk starts. Then fill in, as this stalk reaches up, until the pot ls full of com? post. I would n...

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

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XIX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA, DECEMBER 4, .896. ii ?. NO. bl. ZIZTZToTlT -JIMMU STATE ITEM3 CRUEL ?THEJjMYE; The Secret of Dunraven Castle* BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret," Etc, Etc ' CHAPTER XV-'Con'ln.i.M'..**. Tor this time thoy separated; for Ed? gar saw t! at ineluapcV heart was lull, and that, lie longed to legi i tho rea lin? of Lady Inchcap*?-* story; and ho hoped much fro-n h 8 lord sh p's softened mood, lt had lain very c'oee to rdgars li*;: rt to speak of Ulva during tho whole of the Interview: hut honor furl ado tiiat he should ohtrt:do any i orsona intcr.-st before h-* had p'eadol, like a true knight, h s liege lady's i ou.so. Ho soon left In heap-* ro-.se to-.isit tho Crf-cys; ho romombe cl in Lady Inchcape's story how lo;.al one of tho Three Graces had been to h*r, namely Alice; and ho w tiled now to hoar Alco Crecy'9 account of .'.ccr ngton's donara in balford. As ho expo ted. he found 1 cr alone for it was not not n yoi, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 December 1896

a*-** ?-?.**.?.:*mZ ff'l? ITLAVD RlSCOKDEK. 'erins, sf*l..*jO a Year in Atlvanco. thawed CTerv Pridav -vening liv "W- K. ivrATH:-E;Tsr-*ir, ^?oi-rora -a.-t-o -*r?*cr-at-i*a*{xx3a. intered ,--* ?*,e Monterey postofPre aa ?nd class mattor. rov Vu., Frilay, Der. ^ 1896. To Virginia Democrats. . All \ irginia democrats who sup? ported the nominees oi' the Chica Ro convention . in rho late cam? paign shouid remember that in 1807 there -will be another election in Virginia, anti to bear in mind, when making np the list oi those "who expect to ask the suffrages of ihe people, that element whic'j in the hour of need deserted their >arty and followed after a "maiti? lde swift to do evil." While we joneede to eve-iy man the right to Follow the dictates of an honest conviction and to cast his vote ns a Freeman, we have, on the other hand, the supremest contempt for .hat element which proclaimed so oudly its adherence to democratic principles and only voted for Mc? Kinley because oth...

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

. ?*-,!????.?!?!???? .H I HIGHLAND ItECKODEK LOCAL NEWS. To cure all old sores, to heal au indolent ulcer, or to speedily cure piles, you need simply to apply De? witt's Witch Hazel Salve according to directions. It3 magic-like action will surprise you. Orndorff & Whitelaw. Messrs. Hepry ali Mark Sim V mons, of Give, VV. Va., and New Hampden, respectively, are on a business trip to Lexington, Va. Miss Abbie Fleisher, of Meadow Dale, is visiting relatives and ? friends in Monterey this week, \f ied?On lust, Monday, Wash? ington Simmons, son of Rebecca Simmons, in the 9th year of his age. Inflammation of the stom h was the cause of his death. Our citizens are taking advan? tage of this cold snap to butcher their hogs. Monterey usually pro? duces Some fine speeiniens of hogs, J. M. Hil], thej> p.ular photogra? pher, is at his horne La bridgewater on a short virlt. Ju his absence Mr. Furrey, his partner, is doing xcellent work. * A Runaway Match.?We re N ceivod in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 December 1896

Its I.esto- . From the herd times people will reap h's ?ions ot experience, learnin-* how to net witU moro caro in business and how to apply l**M*Mdie* foi the stringency ol such times. Willi more caro wo will hnvo less accidents, lind rr... ch lews sufTorinf* if wo know tho true remedy. In tlie Held and work-shop, in? deed in -i'I .ictiviliw, (sprains and bruises happt u an.) brinj* tho hurd limos ol pain and suftrrhij*. ExperHsDce teaches that it is al? ways bflrtt* get the be.'-t rei.edy, whk-1. is the cheapest in the end. Expnienee points io St. Jacobs Oil ns without question the best remedy for such misha***, bein** tho sure.-t end promptest cure. StiftVri.ij' brings hard times, even in j>rosp-M ity. Tho bt-at remedy foe it is tho surest way out of them. The woman who marries a man to n form him has no time to take proper care ol her complextlon. .How'*, This? We offer One Hundred Dollar*, Reward for anycaaeof Catarrh that cannot be cured by li-tll'-; Catarrh Cure. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 December 1896

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XIX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., DECEMBER ll, 189(5. NO. 1. ?zrssssc^ CRUEL THE JRAVE; The Secret of Dunraven Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret/' Etc., *"f*o CHAPTER XVI.-Continued. Accrington had been gracefully loung? ing against the mantel-piece opposite hit visitor, who had doc'ined tho offered chair; ho now straightened his tall form, and threw back his head with a satirical look, which almost disguised his fierce agitation. "And may one ask what power I have In the matter?" demanded ho. "Tho power of the wronger to make reparation to (lr- wronged!" answered 'Edgar, sternly. "Col. Accrington, it ia useless to maintain any disguises. I have learno 1 thc whole history of your dealings with Lord Inchcapo ard his unhappy lady; and I have come to you to entroat you for justlco to them. " For a n oment it seemed as if Ac *.*iington must spring upon him, so fierce was tho glare of his eyes, as he glow? ered with rage and shame: but hestr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 December 1896

ajBER ? Terms, $l..->() a Year in Advance. t _ _ *_* fanned c-rerv Tridav t vening bv W. H. "M A.THENY, :=>*' ro-s ^.-lt=i ir*c*r****a>aX'a*f*c*s*.*n. Rnlered at ?'.- Monterey postoiPce as "**** ? -?*1 class matter, konteriy, Va, Frilay, Dec ll , 189C. Cleveland's Advice. The Star .says that recently Prov? ident Cleveland stated to a promi? nent politician li is views on the democratic outlook. He expects to see the party brought back into tlie true democratic path. His idea seems to be that because the major? ity of the democratic party failed to support McKinley and follow the Indianapolis platform that they ought to repent and follow after tho.se who know right from wrong ?himself, for instance. He fur? ther says "that the radical element r*f the party, composed as it is of men who enthusiastically endorse fcll the dangerous doctrines pro [.binned at Chicago, will shortly be -?wallowed up in the populist or? ganization." If that element of tl e pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 December 1896

(IGHLAND RfiCKODEIi LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Andrew Reverconib, deputy treasurer for Stonewall district, w? in town yesterday and receive from the treasurer, for collectioi the unpaid taxes for his district. John Triiiibl-e, Esq., made a hm ried business trip to Staunton thi week, returning Wednesday, Soothing, and not irritatinq strengthening, and not weakening small, but effective?snell tire th| qualities of DeWitt's Little Earl' Ki.sers, the famous little pills. Om <lorif and Whitelaw. V'Rev. C. W, McDanald, of Stain ton, is the guest of Kev. C. W. Tra wick. He will preach at Ken lal Church Sunday morning, his visil to that section being made witt the view of becoming pastor of thal and Stony Run churches. Scaly eruptions o.i the head chapped hands and lips, cuts, bruis es. scalds, burns are quickly curei by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Il is at preient the article most used for piles and it always cures them, The 4th quarterly meeting of the M. E. church, Highland charge, will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 December 1896

Tran SllTer. Tho coInRRo ot allver might havo beon too tree, but th? free use of it In a small sum may be a very big investment wth very suns and large pro9:s. Wliat it costs to buy a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil tor the sure cure of rhHurnatijim ls within the rx*ncti of tho poor? est. It is the b.st investment In thia Ila**"? bust cure, and the profits are sure b******?***** it will surely cure. J'liis is so well-known it is almost a mazim.nnd so much j-ood is wrou-jht out of the free use of so little, astron),', active workman can be made of a man who before may hav.* been r, helpless invalid or a hob? bling cripple. People usually pick out their own tempta? tions. Ignorance isn't innocence, but they're near relations. Is Hood's 8arsnpan.l;i. tooan**** u en rai th*s severest ca esof scro'ala.sali rhcun, dyspep slaanl *-h.'Uin..t.sm. If you art* h aufferer try Tl e bu Sarsaparilla ?. I I'lrifl"-. Nosd's Pills run.' Liver h's; eif.v .? ta o, cs)' to operate. 25c What Animals Shy .-\t. Y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 December 1896

RECORDER MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., DECEMBER 18,18%. NO. 2. THE MESSAGE. . . .A ? m ?*, i Hr. Cleveland's Last Review of the Country's Conditioa. CUBA THE CHIEF TOPIC. Cuban Home Rule Under Our Guar? antee Suggested to Spiiru ?** If hea Spain la Helpless In the Island Then St*Cleveland Thinks We Should Inter. fere?*A Limit to Our Vfaitliis;"? Turkish Atr.-cities .Scored and Vonez. nolan Dispute Declared Diulod?Tho Present Tariff JLaw Is Approved-?Cur roney Reforms Suggested?Greenbacks Should Es Retired by Long-Term Bonds?The Reports of Departments. Washinoto**, Dooember 8.?In his annun* message to Congross President Cleveland Bays: To tha Congress of tho United States: As represontaivas ot the people in tho leg? islative branch of thoir Government, you have assemblod nt u timo whoa tho strength and excellence of our froe institutions and the fitness of our citizens to enjoy popular rule havo boen again made manifest. A po? lities! contest involving momentous conse* (faence?, fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 December 1896

r Highland Recokdek. Tarma, $1.30 a Year in Advance. Issued erc-rv Friday t vening).v "**AT. H. -JVC AaTKC-R-iST^*-, -*B:--'-*' rot-*. a.it-o i?*t-y-**ax.xr*t***e*fc****. Etitoreil ??? ?he Monterey posto.Pre as '?n;r.Hll class matter. 'Mouteny, Va., Friday, Deo. IS, 1896. The Railroads. ?Just tit this time there is a great amount of interest over the local railroad situation. Every business man?every man, in fact?ia more or less dependent upon the rail? roads for the successful prosecution of his business, and all therefore are directly or indirectly affected. These great highways of commerce and travel have become so import? ant to the present age that any fric tion between railroad corporations. or tiny material change iu their op? eration is at once felt by the peo? ple living al mig the line. Tlie situation here is no excep? tion to the rule, and our people are feeling keenly the effects of the un? expected change that luis taken place on the Valley Branch of the IJ.&amp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 December 1896

Highland Reckoder LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. A. E, Wilson and her nie*;*.***. Miss nessie Price, of Doe Hill, made this office a pleasant visit yes? terday. Mi?s Maggie (Voss, of West Au? gusta, has gone to Dr. KeMam's Hospital, at Hinton, W. Va., to be treated for cancer of the breast. Her sister, Miss Ninnie Cross, ac* companied her. This noted spec? ialist has performed many wonder? ful cures, and we hope he may be successful in this. A telegram announcing the death of Mrs. Maude Brown.W,P. Camp? bell's sister, whose illness called him to her home at Hinton on the lOtli inst., was received here last Saturday. Mi*. Campbell has not returned, and we are unable to give further particulars in this issue. Mr. E. D. Swecker has written for publication a statement of his trouble with the Lebanon toll-gate keeper, whieh, for want* of space, could not appear in this issue, but .will be published next week. Mr. W. A. Cunningham has been notified by his lawyer in West Vir? ginia that lie has gained h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 December 1896

Save The expense of doctors' bills. Keep your bloo.l pure, your digestion good and your system rt*ru!ur at this season by laking a comae of Sarsaparilla The best?In fact the One Trae Blood Purifier. UjkAfJ'* BUI* are the only pills to take n9>99 S rlllS with Hood's Sarsaparilla. ttnfiiieer Ingles, wbo killed a bandit and saved his train from robbery near i Davisvilk*. Cal., one night a few weeks ago, has beeu richly rewarded for his '? heroism by the two corporations whose property be preserved on tbat occasion The officers of tlie Southern J*acifl? Company presented him with a written certificate of his courage, a gold chron? ometer of most expensive make and $250 In gold. Wella, Fargo &, Co.'s Express Company has just repeated the written feature of this pres entation and added to it a set of dia? mond cuff buttons, a solitaire shirt ! Stud and $300 iu gold. Aside from the writ ton evidence of his hero? ism, Ingles is thus over $1,Q00 in pocket aa a result o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 December 1896

HIGHLAND RECORDER 1 VOL. XIX. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA, DECEMBER 25,1896. .NO. it. CRUEL lASi?m HE GRAVE; I Q^cret of Dunraven . ANNIE ASHMORE, ? o ? of "Faithful MarffArot." Etc., Eto ?***" CHA1TEH XVII?fOntlli lcd.) Tho secretary, loaning heavily ou the hack oi' a chair, beard thia dismissal wilta eyes lore.od and liarid-^ clenched bj Iii:' sides. For a loni* minute after I ord Incheape had finished ther.; waa a silence, wh'lo S.rcombo Strugs led for strength to utter ono wild protest. He might have n med La ly Inch cape, who had never liked nor trusted 'lim: bat ab! lie had been loyal to Lady Ti ca? llow gladly In had con sen* ed Irs ?ch* larshlp to her use; bow patiently ho had (?u ded her girlish steps through tho ?acted labyrinths o' know edge. Had ?he not been p.von to h'm by her pro d lather to bc his pup 1 in lone y S'eat na Yr. cken? and ii she grow from girhool gent y into womanhood, and drew her tutor's unwitting heart after her, until li hart no pulse that did not ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 December 1896

A3TD IlECOKDEK.! Tarms, ia.50 u Y-fin Advance. I?stjod'errr-. Frlflay eretjitipbT W. "FI. TM A.'JCikiTllSTy . fsfex ***-**>"**? *a.*srz> "*^**TaBi*i?*i?"fcaa. Rulered -?' -, .VConterey poslolRce ae i i dart matter, .ireA Va., Thursday,Dec.24 1896. No Paper Next Week, Thc Recorder will not make its lisual weekly visit to ita subscrib-j .It has Seen thc custom of tho paper sines it has tieen wtabHs?ned to taite a week's holiday at Christmas and this br? ing the brst Christmas we have had in '06, w? th rught it best io take advantage of ,t, for fear another one would not come this year and xf6 would be cut oat of a holiday -sHot-ethe**. fri this the last issue that will nppear in 1890, iva wish our sub? scribers, one ind ail, a merry Christmas, and for the nev.' year upon which wt? will soon be usher? ed, pea^e, happiness and prosperity. All who have tlie chance of a week oli will be glad to take it. Speaking fur ourself and the ?'dev? il," wc will say we are both...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 December 1896

., i. ar* Highland Heckodek LOCAL NEWS. Dr. M. 13. Campbell, of Meadow Dale, was in town a short while da\. The building committee of Van? derpool chu nih will please meet on liv next, at 3 ]>. m., at 1 Shi veil's, .shop. VV H. Wooli, he ladies of tlie Methodist rch, Monterey, will hold an ov supper on the night of the 25th nning at the close of the Sun -school entertainment. Oysters din every style. The supper oe at the Cm minette building. Committee, The old lady was right when she id the child might die if they waited for the doctor. She saved little one's life wi riv a few doses One Minute Cough Cure. She ; used it for croup before. Oro* ff& Whitlaw. Messrs. Clarence and Andrew M bo H udenta at the VV. ... Hui verdi ty, havo come home for Bhe Christmas holiday::. Tomorrow is Christmas. Miss Helen Campbell, who is at? tending the public *?ehool at Staun? ton, came home the first ct the week to spend Christmas. Business of an urgent nature hav? ing come up s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 December 1896

[AlLROAD ON Trtee.TOI?S. "?us Flfj-bt Can Co Seen in foaoma County, a upper part of Sonoma County, ila, near tho cotwt, may be seen railroad bed in the tree top?. ^en the Clipper mills and Stuart jvhere the railroad crosses a the trees are sawed off on the surrounding hills and td. ties laid on the stumps. K r* to LIFORNIA RAILROAD OX TREE fOPfJ, center of the ravine are two red-woo 1 trees which for*m a sub t. These giants have leiwe-d cit seventy-five foet above jrvel of rhe creek. Thi;* natureJ mdse ls considered one of the il tho Golden State, and for ar t-x .reeds a bridge framed ii) ie rxost scit-ntifle manner. j < -ttl**.*** a FIcure. liri *ars, says a Western pa? ir, we ha> beard a great deal aboul le ruiliioi; of tramps, the mlllious ut - work, aud the starving ..il'liona fl 1 millions. Heaver know* ber is large enough without [ggeratlng it. Let the men who thus use a little common sense, *.ut down ll ?;" figures 75 re hav aerer htxtH any a million tra...

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