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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 January 1900

I HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxn. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 5, 1900. NO. 2. CUAPTKK XXVI. te his resolution lo appear brave, guttered a terrible cry. lie' It's a lie! I know noth [t John Oakburn's murder!" he [answered calmly. low where you were every mo? llie night of the murder, and leaking, th ) detective suddenly i his pocket the coin-bag which Ind in the closet of Kredge's bu recognize this, Levi?" he [ding the bag up for Kredge's ?oner's knees shook, and there irful expression of terror on his |ee you do recognize this money ill I tell you where it came was in John Oakburn's little ife until the night before his Since Oakburn's murder I I coin-bag in your room. You denial is melees. The proof j el min g." leering devil!" cried Kredge. leaping up from the couch on >f which he had been seated. led that in the a^ony and mad le moment he irs! about to at ietective. did not recoil, but hi3 glitter y eyes met the prisoner's blaz and involuntarily Kredge sank 3d by the p...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 January 1900

4* iu?.**..s?i J Ac* jv. U IvlSjUKi Terms, $1.00 a Yearin Advance. (oaaed oren mv ?. vening bs W. H. > f ^ TlrIE3>sTY, x.-.j;t?r, _v-'iJ ys7E3?i!Sir3r:ra. K tiered at the Monterey postoftiee M second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Jan. ~>, 1890 Safe as u Coon. On the retreat of Lee's army from the Gettysburg battle field , in July 1808, Early's Division crossed the Potomac to Will lam sport on^oot, ami the river being consid? erably swolen hy the then recent rains, made right deep wading foi a niiui of av rea ge. stature (any douht as to the correctness of this statement will he readily removed by calling lip Dr. M. B. Campbell, though if ia said he crossed in a Inuit), but the crossing waa at last accomplished and the march con? tinued hy the DOJ9 who, though delighted to set foot on Virginia f*oil again, were hi poor condition to prosecute the march being wet. weary, foot sore and hungry. Af ios mar;_Uiii<r a short distance, B halt was ordered, which command was ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 January 1900

I have a better and more servica ble line of Christmas goods than .ever before. Articles that will nutke useful as well as ornamental presents. We haven't space to enumerate them all, but will give you an outline of what can be hud. Books for old and young, includ HlGHLAtfD liECKODEK LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. *"Slr. Will Somers of Clover Creek was in to see us Monday. Mr. J. P. Terry called Monday and renewed his subscription. v^fflr. W. Hiner of Back Creek was in to see us Monday. j/'The mercury has been playing a little above and a little below zero for the last few days. The cold snap seems to be general. i^iTr. C. C. Hansel of Hot Springs spent Christmas week at his home in McDowell. On his return to the Springs he visited his Monterey friends. Now is the time to make ready for sugar making. Leave your orders with C. C. Arbogast for sugar pans. All who are in need of heavy team harness, lumberman harness 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. — 5 January 1900

"A Boer Christening. London newspapers just now are filled with incidents of the Boers, most of them far from flattering. One of the best relates that in a Dutch church in Pretoria not long ago there appeared a very stolid-looking farmer's wife, who had brought her baby into town to be christened. Before leaving home her "lord" had written the names it was intended to give the infant on one -slip of paper and the list of the house? hold requirements on another, and both were carefully folded and put in the great leather purse she carried. When the proper time arrived the fond motlier handed up a slip of paper to the minister, who reid and reread it, and then remarked that Koffle Rijst Suiker Gembrr Komfijit were rather tidd names for the child, and ones which might prove embarrassing to the possessor at some future time. Then the other slip of paper was produced - and explanations followed. Rotes and Violets. The scent of the sweetest rose be? comes noxious and the humble violet see...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 January 1900

* HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JANUARY 12, 1900. NO. 3. Si iWfcfcfie* iiffllte^SL CHA1TKB NX VIII. It w?s a remarkable coincidence, but r.t ihe very time ivlion Paxton was on liir, way to visit Judith Krodge, in answer to lier letter, Stanmore was also Betting out to secretly call upon the janitor's sister. Stanmore was approaching Garrison'! ofltoe from one direction, while Paxton was coming toward it from an exactly opposite way. Tho former had almost arrived at iii? destination, when he discovered the de? tective, and believing that Paxton had not seen him he crossed the street and harried Ground the next corner. He fancied that the detective would not ap? prove of the pinn he had in mind, and which prompted him to clandestinely \isit Judith Kredge. Peering around the corner of the building, nt the streets' junction, which ho had gained, Stanmore saw Paxton enter Judith's abode, and he resolver] to remain where he was until the de? tective took his...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 January 1900

spurn tm-1 sssstj ii i?ii ri i ssssjpsensssni stssssna * . ???-? - ? ? ?. HlbULAND UlXOKDEK: Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Is*ned eyerv Fcl'V ? /tiling bl w- ss. ma ^^-usianr, jcciTca ^xiT^ s iii WT ISWlWi jfinteicd at the Monterey posto01.ce as second cla*s matter. Monterey, Va., Friday. Jan. IS, 1890. The United States government is thinking of tending two or three of our war ships to South African ?waters. Vncie Sam, von will get !your eye teeth eui wtie of these fine days. According to President Mc? Kinley, the United States is at peace with all the nations of the <earth. Yet the Secretary of tbs Treasury wants $150,000,000 for the anny, more than Great britain spends in ordinary times. The Tagalog guerrillas are now reported to have evaded the troops who wera chasing them and to haye mustered in krge numbers within ten miles of Manila. Otis .accordingly reports (.hat the war is nearly ever. The Roberts investigation is on its last legs. Ex-Secretary Carlisle has begun his ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 January 1900

Highland Reckoder 'LOCAL MEWS. PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr. 0. A. Bird was in to see us.. Tuesday. v Mrs. J. C. Boggs, we learn, is improving. John W. Bird, E>q called to see us while in town Monday. Everybody in town Monday at the Board and telephone meetings. Mr. C. EL Carpenter was up Monday. * Mr. Stephen Hiner who has been With the Worthington Hardware Co. of Staunton, for three years, has gone to Marlin ton to accept a positiou. Mr. Sam Rise, -jf Meadow Dale, was in town Tuesday. Messers. Ed. Kincaid and Tobe Media tie of the River, were up Tuesday. Sheriff Ed. Arbogast returned Saturday from taking Eli Helmick to the Reform School, near Rich mond. Helmick was convicted of forgery at last court. * Mr. Ed.Matheny of Valley Cen? ter who has been yery ill for sev? eral days is improving. Dr. M. B. Campbell is his physician. Dr. F. S. Suddarth of Williams? ville, was in town Monday a short while. ^Miss Ida M. Lord wh...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 January 1900

Itching, Dining En ma. Was troubled with a painful skin eruption, nnd after aH other remedies failed, the father writes: "Send me four more boxes of Tetteriue for my little daughter. It does her more good than anything we ever tried. Yours, etc., Jas. S. Porter, Lynchburg, S.C." At druggists 50c. box, or postpaid by J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga. Fishtin? ti Miurk. A lively experience with a twelve foot striped shark came to Boatmen Harry Johnson and Bob Barnard, re? lates the San Francisco Chronicle, luey were fishing between Mission Rock and Goat Island when they saw the shark. It followed them persist? ently, and once when it came boldly up to the boat the boatmen set upon it with oars, stretcher and gaff. A blow from the big brute's tail came near capsizing the Whitehall. Barnard barely escaped being drawn Into the sea through sinking the gaff into the bony of the shark, which set off at a terrible speed, pulling the boat after him. It was so weak from the blows and from loss of...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 January 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. xxn. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 2fl, 1900. NO. 5. CHAITER XXXlT_(ConUmied.) Then he and Benjaman talked over their plana for a lcn>c time, and before the money-lender left a plan had been arranged ?whereby Stanmore, as we shall continue to designate him, hoped to at? tain the fruition of hie hope, and get Pratt and Weeks In his power. What Stanmore's plan was we shall presently seo. Meanwhile, on the evening which Wit? nessed the interview between Stanmore and Abraham Benjaman, when the latter told his friend of Pratt's proposition a'out th 3 marked money, Paxton re? ceived a note from the Chief of Police, requesting him to call at his office at on re. The detective hastened to comply with the request, and when he arrived at the chief's oTlce, he was informed by that official that he had just received notice that a man who was dying at a charity hospital desired to make a con? fession to him relating to the Oakburn murder. "I knew you would be ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 January 1900

j&il va ULAND RECOKDJBK. Term9, $1.00 a VsfrJn Advance. I ana erl ererv !'' ? ? vcntnp hv w. ti. Iff/4 : -Fr^Kr-v, ?3I2=to3? A.iT33 r-v-tor-issi 112 x?. Entered p.t the Monterey postoflice a? second cIsm matter. JMonterey, Va., Frilay, Jan. 20, 1900. In Fayett comity, W. Va , there are 10 cases of smail-pox. Col. Bryan's visit to Washington started democrats a buzzing. Judge Quarles, our ieprebenta iiye in Congress, on Tuesday of last week, deliverea his maiden speech in that hotly, on the subject of rural free deliver?. The administration has declared for free trade with Porto Ried Democrats will have to teach their Republican friends how to vote for a measure of that kimi. The Philippines next. Separate Car Bill. The House bill requiring railway companies to furnish separate' cars for white Bud colored passengers, which passed the House with but oi.e dissenting voice, is not likely to meet with such good luck in the Senate. In the Senate the op? position that will appear will ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 January 1900

Highland Uecuodek LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Uome Folks About Their Friends Aud Acquaintances. ^WrTWP Campbell has been ill for several days. Krh H Stephenson, Esq. went to Richmond this week. ^-Mt. George Bussard, of Bolar, brought some grain up to the mill Tuesday, and spent" the night in town. ^-Mr'"W W Stephenson spent some? time here Tuesday. i .Mr George Swadley is now able to be about again. Ile was in town Wednesday. Mr W B Anderdon, of Franklin, spent Monday night in town, on his way to West Vs. ..Mr and Mrs P H McNnlty, of Meadow Dare, visited Monterey friends Monday. -^fir8 E M Arbogast continues to improve. Miss Emma McClintic is assisting in nursing her Mr. W. E. Fleisher of Straight Creek called Monday and renewed his subscription. A new walk has been built from the Bishop corner to Mrs. Cross's, which is a great convenience for the school. I,.--Mr Henry Simmons of Pendle? ton county was in town Wednes? day looking about the Monterey and Franklin ...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 January 1900

Acceptable 1 I should Fay po; they nil say tho b,nv.9, too, when thoy pet thom. Who ls thor* {hat would refuse- such works of art whoa (hey cnn get them for nlmout nothing. A>-k your groeor for n coupon book, which tvill enable you tn got ono largo 10c. pack nrro ot "Red Cross" starch, one largo 10c. packace ot "Hubingor'sBest" starch, with tho premium*, two Shakospearo panels. ;Tfnted lu twelve beautiful colors, as nat \:ral ns life, orono Twentieth Century Girl calendar, the finest of Its kind ever printed, nil for 5c. Vp to 1752. March 25 was the beginning ot Ib.e legal year, though January 1 was uni? versally recognised as New Year's Day. The Woman's West Side Republican Club, of New York, has undertaken to see that the Haines lkmor law is enforced on Sunday. "Take Time by The Forelock/' Won't <wzU until sickness overtakes you. When that tired feeling, the first rheu? matic pain, the first warnings of impure blood are manifest, take Hood's Sarsapa? rilla and you <wdl re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 February 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. FEBRUARY 2, 19(10. NO. <i. ? r \, CHAITKR XXXV. |_ Arter a pause, Pratt continued. .? ?? ".Ha-ving deckled to ransom his son, John Oakburn produced the seventy *>ight thousand dollars of his employer's money, which by chance ho had brought with him, and plaoing lt in my hands, he Bald: " 'Tako it. It is the price you demand for my son's liberation. This is my em? ployer's money, but I will replace it with my own money, which is in my littlo private safe.' " I "Thon John Oakburn's little safe was robbed on the night of tho murder!" ex? claimed Paxton. i "After this wo permitted Reid Oak? burn to go away with his father. First, however, we gave him ono thousand dollars of the marked money to con? tinue his flight with. ? "In former days in Kansas City, Kredge and Reid Oakburn were great friends, as I happen to know, because Kredgo was then employed by me. Kredgo objected to taking part in any scheme against Reid, but h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 February 1900

~?*i i *?ii l, ais &j tumut HM E s; Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. lotted ertrv I >:?>? ? . .enjnpbv 'Ar. k. iv/r -'-s:-fusty, Entered at the ISfonterey poftoflice a? second cl ass nm Uer. Monterey, Va., Friday, Feb. 2, MOO The editor of the Figaro say! that Count Caste]lanfi is r*t no ac? count, and baa no accounts left. Robert's seat lias been declared vacant. The mormon was present when the vote* was taken, fie mav go into the court* willi hi* case. Hon. Wm L. VViUon who is now in Arizona, writes his fa mil v that tho indications tu a marked improve? ment in his health.are encouraging The Virginia Legislature has in? vited Col. Bryan to apeak in ltich< mond. A public spirited move ?wt mav have milder weather now. Recent railway statistics show til at the export of grain by way ol southern ports hus increased enor pions!y in comparison to that froir New York and other norther! ports. The south is the coining country. The Secretary of the Treasury has had the impudenc...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 February 1900

?a?aai?a?saBaNasa. Highland UfxiiODEU LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. ^ 'Tine below zero Thursday morning?discouraging for the gi'ond hog's outing. Phil. D. Armour died suddenly while on a trip in California on the 27th. /Jtff. Jacob Ueyener, Jr. of Crab Uottoni went east Thursday, Mrs. J. P. Biron of Illinois?, is visiting her father, Mr. S. E. Propst near McDowell. Mr. Henry M. Propst and wife of the McDowell neighborhood visited friends in Monterey Satur? day, last. ^Mr. and Mrs. Win. Swarthy started Thursday morning of last week for the Valley, to visit friends. For Sale?Two yearling, Here? ford heifers and Jersey cow for sale by, J. Lu nsf ord, Wier, Va. Oysters?Mrs L S Dickenson will serve oysters Saturday night, from 7 to 10 io Crummett build? ing. Public invited. Always satisfied with a small pr jfit, I will give you every ad? vantage for your cash, L. A. Orndorff. L^-JTr. Frank Crummett, a brother of S. W. C...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 February 1900

"Do Not Barn the Candle At Both Ends. cDoni think you can go on drawing vi? tality from the blood for nerves, stomach, brain and muscles, <without doing some? thing to replace it. Hood's Sarsaparilla gives nerve, mental and digestive strength by enriching and vitalizing the blood. Thus it helps overworked and tired people. J{codASaUapaAu Never Disappom Donald's Christmas Present. From Brooklyn Life: Ruth?Did you get anything from Santa Claus, Donald? Cousin Donald?You bet I did. I got a good lickin' fer callin' lira pa an' pullin' his beard off! Keeping: on Safe Ground. Kansas City Independent: Dasher ly?He's all the time harping about Ladysmith. Flasherly?Well, that's the only name over there in the Trans? vaal that he knows how to pronounce. /DeBhUVN Cures all Throat and Liing Affections. COUGH SYRUP Oct thc genuine:. Refuse substitutes. Ja IS sure/ Dr. Butts /'il!t eur. Dyspepsia. Trial, to for 54 A Story of Twins. Lloyd Lowndes and Richard Lown? des, sons of Governor Lowndes ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 February 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. xxn. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. FEBRUARY 9, 1900. NO. 7. ANOTHER FILIPINO REVOLT A Comedy of Bowery Life. By H. J. O'Higgins. SH Mi sp gi N explanation it must be acknowledged that the "live Filipino warrior and wild man" had endured more chaffing, that day, from the "barker" of the show than his Belf-re9pect as a white man and a citi ize'n would allow him to bear cheer? fully. And for that reason he sulked at table when the management and the staff of the Bowery "Palace of Illusions and Turkish Beauty Sbow'V sat dotvn together in their eating room to a luncheon of bread and sau? sages. It was the midday intermis? sion. Below stairs, the barrel organ was dumb. The wicket of the ticket office was empty of its vision of bella? donna eyes and cornstarch shoulders. The hall of illusions?of incandescent lights an.l bewildering mirrors?was dark and deserted. And the curtains in the last compartment of the exhibi? tion parted limply on a vacant stage where two a...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 February 1900

- "-*- i .?a??a? ir.ri n ???.*!taf?fc*A!**?- '-'-? HIGHLAND RECORDER. I Terms, $1.00 n ' e?rin Advance. . I.sued ererv l-Vidav tvetiiiiphv JSmered at the Monterey postoftve as second class matter. y Monterey, Va,, Friday, F<>Y 0, 1900. > Senator Allen in a-speech, said 1 mp remedy for trusts is in the ballot bo*. ' i Porto Iiic?*n products were tn be free pt tariff, hut tlie administrn tion'has taken another look at the 4 matter and at least n 25 per cent * .duty w.Hgo on. Secretary G^.ge has Intel v decid t i ed that its a sort of a bad habit tn l'f? letting notional banka have ' Tilde Sam's money on deposit., lie iolcT'em right out lie was going to '?work it different from now on. t Millar hs again on the north side of the Tugela and hopes to relieve Ladysmith within a week. Gen, 'litird Roberts demands 90,000 addi? tional men in South Africa. The p;:p?r trust is the most in? excusable in the whole country, tor it'lays a tax on Intel Hgeitee. Al? most any means are justif...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 February 1900

r Highland .Ueokodek LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL. Brief Items of.Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. v' Mr. Austin Briscoe \v;is np Mon? day. Mr. P. K. Kramer and If isa Katie Pruitt were in town Monday. The weather report for last Sun? day was rain, and it did if you re? member. The Alleghany Sentinel, publish ?ed*at Covington, Va., wishes to be put on record as against the move to break down the paper trust. Wonder which one of the gospel's 1he Sentinel got that out of? Luke. we expect, in the chapter on Pulp Milla. I Christian Horn, father of Mrs. G. M. Jordon of Franklin, died at bis home in Augusta county last week. . Dr. Chas. B. Fox v. as railed lo ('leek's My'-l Monday, to see Mr. George Cleek, who is very sick For Sale-Two yearling, Here? ford heifers and Jersey eon for sale by, J. Langford, Wier, Va. Notice the change in Hoover. Bear & Co.'s advertisement. They baye made a; valuable addition to tlfeit already up-to-date establish? ment Mr. V. P. Baro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 February 1900

Too Much for Him. They are telling this story in Wash? ington about Congressman Clayton of Alabama, who used to be district at? torney in his state: It became his duty at one time to prosecute an old man for making illicit whisky. It was not a very serious infraction of the law, but the old backwoodsman had been reckless in his open violation, and it was necessary to make an exam? ple of him. He was brought into court and, after the government had stated its case, the old man, who had no law? yer, asked to be allowed to go upon the stand. He was told that this would render him liable to answer any ques? tions, but he insisted. "Well, Uncle John," said Clayton, "did you really make any whisky in your still?" "Hen? ry," replied the old man, with pathetic tone, "I know'd your pa; I voted for your pa every time he ran for jedge. And, Henry, your pa would never have axed me no question like that!" The jurors laughed, the court smiled and Clayton relented. The old man drove home that nigh...

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