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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 June 1893

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vi. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 16, 1893 NO. 2<J 1 ?\ST NIGHT. 0 comrades, let the son? po ronni And laughter be our guest, Of all th*? blessings Ufo has found v ? - '.'.'ins love is beat. 1 drink n-t . when the eup is crowned 1 wish jo? nil thut's bright: H] rtetsfe lies tn beauty's eyes. Issi sight SSShtM pertUSMS NM -iud strayed I ol;'.n watti unseen . Tho summer moonboir.ns stole and played Her tattles ban between , She shyly stood, all white arrayed, With youth ;;nd gr.vo bedight; She was so fair. How could I dare? I kissed my love last night. A sudden glory filled the earth It had not known before ; A happy gleam too sweet for mirth The quivejjpg moonbeams were, To think that I of little worth Had won the pearl of light ? No song or speech My bliss can reach? T kissed my love last Dight. I sought my lonely couch to dream ; Sweet waftures thronged my brain , vBlue eyes and lily buds a-gleam, And roses wet with rain. With morning's opal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 June 1893

Highland Recorder. Terms: $1.50 a Yea in Advance. Issue' every I;riday evening by W. ll. Ilatlieiif, ?3 EDITOK USHER. Entered at tho Monterey post office a." seciii I class matter. Monterey. Vat.. Friday, June 16,1893, There are indications that Secre? tary Carlisle has ia view Q complete reorganization of the immense cler? ical force of the Treasury depart? ment. .He has addressed a circular letter to all of the heads of bureaus directing them to prepare and send to him not hiter than the 22 inst, n list of all employees under them, showing age, number of years em? ployed, those who entered the ser? vice under the civil service law of 1883; those who have wives, hus bands,brothers, sisters, sons,daugh? ters or other relatives em ployed in nny branch of the Government; those employed as clerks or other? wise, with compensation exceeding $840, a year, who are doing work that properly belongs to messengers assistant mescengers and laborers; and those who are doing clerical work but ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 June 1893

Highland Hecokdek. Advertising Rates. Local notices at 10c per line for first inser? tion, and Bc per lint for each subsequent in? sertion. Transient advertisements inserted at the rate ol' $1 per inch for first insertion and 50c fur each subsequent insertion. All advertisements for a shorter period than ?three months considered transient. Kates for three months and over are as follows: :i mos. $ 3 00 5 00 7 00 10 00 12 Od 15 00 20 00 .0 00 f**T*The above rc.tes will bc strietly ad? hered to. One inch. Two inches... Three inches, four inches.. Hive inehes... Quarter col ., Half column. Oat. column.. 6 mos. $ S OO 8 OO 12 00 15 00 20 on _8 00 _H OO 50 00 $ s oo 12 oo IS (.(? 20 no 30 oo .() OU 5.1 Od 100 OO OFFICIAL DIIiECTOIlY. Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. llcLaughlin, Lexington, Ya. County Judge.--Hon. C. IL McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J: C. Ma theny, Monterey. Va. Attorney for Common wealth.?L. II. Stephenson. Monterey, Va. Sheriff.?E. M. Arbog...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 June 1893

?TRUMPET CAI.L3. ?am's Bom Sounds a Wurnlng Note tt tba UnndermeiL CTIO_TS ore ideas in motion. Backbite ri 'have sharp teeth. Every enemy the Christian has is a Riant. Golden oppor? tunities fly low, Ult.'hey fly swift Tie first thing mun ever nee.I (1 was a Savior. It takes a knowledge of God to tell man what he is. Saying good-bye to our sins one at a time is slow work. The man who is resting in God is always busy for Christ. WHOBVKR oppose-; truth ls bound "So come out a loser by it. Thk place for the revival to be^in is in tbe preacher's heart Men arc most like Christ v,hen they arc suffering for him. The man who thinks as Christ did will try io do as Christ did. Love's name can be written only Sn blood drawn from its own heart. Sometimes little troubles on earth open very big windows in Heaven. The devil has no fault to find with the man who is in love with himself. Human nature on the throne is no better than human nature in the gut? ter. It is a grand thing to belong to chur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 June 1893

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. vi. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 23, 1893, NO. 30 STRENGTH IN WEAKKES3. Last night there to! cd till late a little spin? ner; From leaf to lerf her silken threads she swung - Now, dew-eusilver-l in the morning sun? shine. The finished lace ia 1hiii_. And one who hath been wont to storm nnd conquer, And strongest ba:-, to break with dauntless pride, To spare the lllmy web across his pathway, Pauses, and turu.; aside. ? Clara W. Bronson, in Youth's Companion. THE FOURTH' AT KA BOB. CY FORHE.3T CRISSEV. ^""ji^SfesiSsr^ "SS; HE Jay ha wk family was in a state of intense excitement, which increased as the fourth of July a pproached. Nothing had oc? curred since the I tilth of Jehial, tue only scion of that rural house, that had bo stirred the tranquility of the household n^ had his meek request for the use of the old mare and the buggy, with which to take Phoebe Jones to "the Fourth" at Ka Bob. Jehial understood the lay of the land well enough to know that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 June 1893

Highland Uecokdek. Terms: $1.00 a Yea in Advance. Issued every Friday evening by W. ll. Matheny, _3 D ITOR ?._._. PUBLISHER. Entered et the Monterey postofFce a? second class matter. Monterey. Va.. Friday, June 23,1893 They will not be in it. When next pension dav come.-; it round there will be some disagree? ably surprised men, among those who will apply for their checks ai several Pension agencies through out the country. The failure to recieve thecustimary check will be the first notice these men "will have that they have been dropped from the pension roll as a result of the ' examination now being conducted by a select committee of examin? ers, all of the pensions granted un? der Ratings construction of the act of 1800. Although this work luis just commenced many names have already been dropped and many will follow. The men who are being dropped by this committee are not strictly speaking fraudulent pen? sioners, although they have drawn public money to which they were not entit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 June 1893

l^IGHLAND BECOKDEK. Advertising Rates. Local notices at 10c per line for first inser? tion, and 5c per line for each subsequent in? sertion. Transicut advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 per inch for first insertion aud 50c for each subsequent insertion. All advertisements for a shorter period than three months considered transient. Kates for three months and over are as follows: 3 mos. 6 mos. 1 yr. One inch. Two inches... Thtee inches. Four inches.. Five inches... _>_arUT col .. Half column.. One column... $ 5 (IO | $ 8 00 8 00 12 00 12 00 18 00 15 00 20 00 $ 3 OO 5 OO 7 00 10 (Ml 12 00 20 00 j 30 00 15 00 28 00 40 00 20 00 I 3H 00 | ">0 OO 40 00 | 50 00 j lOO OO *S_t-The above rates will be strictly ad? hered lo. "official directory* Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. C. IL McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J: C. Ma? theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. H. Stephenson. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 June 1893

How to Fumigate, a Hourn. The proper way to fumigate a room ls to close the doors, windows, fire? place, etc., pasting strips of paper over all the cracks. Fumigation by burning sulphur is most easily accom? plished. Two pounds of sulphur should be allowed for every room from ten to twelve feet square. It is better to divide it up and put it in several pans, rather than burn the entire quantity of sulphur used in one pan. To avoid the danger of fire, these pans should be set on bricks, or in other and larger pans filled with water or with sand. After pouring a little alcohol on thesulphur and prop? erly placing the pans about the room, the furthest from the door of exit should be lighted first; the others ip order. The operator will need to move quickly, for no one can breathe sulphurous Hames with safety. After closing the door, the cracks around it should be pasted up, as was done within the room. Six hours at least is generally necessary to fumigate a raom properly; at the end of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 June 1893

HIGHLAND vol. vi. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 30, 1893. NO. 31. ri Tin Ti ITT ni Tn IF MOTHER WOULD LISTEN. If mother would listen to me. dears. She would __*-._ the faded gowr, She would sometimes take an hour's re**, And sometimes b trip t^ town. And it shouldn't be all for the. children. The fun and the cheer end the play : With the patient droop on the tired mc.^h. And the "Mother has haU her day !"' ?flu?, mother has had her day. dears, When yon were babies three, Aid Bb. stepped about the farm and the \> busy as ever a bee. "When she rocked you all to sleep, dears, And sent you all to school, And wore herself out and did without, And lived by \h? Gold.! "Rule. And so your turn has come, dears. Her hair is growing white. And her eyes arc gaining the far-away look That peers beyond the night. One of these days in tbe r_oruin_ Mother will not be here ; She will Cade away into sLence. Thc mother so true aud dear. Then what will voa do in the daylight, { And wha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 June 1893

Highland Recorder. Terms: $1.50 a Yea in Advance. Issued every Friday evening by __ D ITOR Hil?. J. ll. Matheny, b_.b{?^ Enie-vd i:t the Monterey postolPre as ' second class matter. Monterey.Va.. Friday, Jane 30, tm.] A Yirginm larrel. ?Great Katmai les Hons, in Scott Co. .wonder of wonders! [Virginia Afternoon Press Special.] Lynchburg, Va., Juno 22.?Ic tho north side of Stone mountain, six milos from tho month of Stony creek, in Scott county, has been discovered a natural ice-house on a 'grand seale' One of tho old set? tlers firet discovered it about 1880, hut owing to the fact that the hind on which it is situated could not be 'bought, he refused to tell its where? abouts, and would only take ice f om in case of sicklies;;. He died without reverting the se? cret to even his own family, and but for a party of "Seng" diggers entering that region, it might have remained a secret for generations, as it is situated in an unfrequented part of the mountain. The ice was only protected f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 June 1893

1-tIGHLAND RECORDER. Advertising Rates. Local notices at 10c per line for first inser? tion, and 5c per line for each subsequent in? sertion. Transient advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 per inch for nr__ insertion and 50c for each subsequent insertion. All advertisements for a shorter period ths-ti three mouths considered transient. Rates for three months and over are as follows: 3 mos. G mos. 1 yr. $ 3 OO j $ 6 00 | $ 8 OO S 00 7 00 10 00 12 00 15 00 20 00 40 00 ?_ajr*-Thc above rates will be strictly ad-1 hered to. One inch. Two inches.... Thtee inches.. Four inches... Five inches.... 8uart_r col . alf column.. One column... H 00 12 00 15 00 20 00 28 00 38 00 50 00 12 OO 18 00 20 00 30 00 40 00 50 00 100 00 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge?Hon. C. R. McDan ?Waid, Warm Spring*. Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. Ma? theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. II. Stephenson. Monterey, Va. Sheriff.?E. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 June 1893

.' TntltTof Turkish Ifomafls, Tbe Ynruke, indeed, assert that hu .nan souls return into the bodies of animal., and that the spirits of the ?latter take jalso a human form and apr gpear at determined epochs. This is certainly the reason they are _9 kind ito animals, M, Elisee Eec! us 6aya ithat a Yuruk loves his horse as much ?as his family. The horses have their (place under the tent, and it is so's un ?common to see them -warmly crapped in a magnificent robe when the Yuruk and his children are covered with rags. Some other customs attest also. ? pagan origin; in the Orient; every*, (body knows that the Yuruks worship pertain trees and rock-. These facts, J yield sufficient evidence that mono: ,theism is t>y no means the essential 'dogma of their religion. Among the qualities possessed by tbe jYuruk, hospitality ie, no doub.,proin:: nen.. Deprived, by the very influence of his adventurous life, of all the fierce instincts which characterize the Turk? omans ; restricted, b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 July 1893

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. VI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 7, 1893. NO. 32 A WINTER SCENE, av now a un c. tripp. Upon a mount nita's crest 1 stand And look upon the world below; The landscape l> n -Uiver land Of wave-like drifts nnd shining snow, Thc tall and slender pines uplift Their Ma-a-pla---. In tho purple air; Thc crimson sun-gems sway and shift o'er distant mountains di u and fair. A misty cloud Hunts o'er thc- sea Ar.d drops in mow-pearls softly down Into tha' vale In front ol mc. And hide-, from sight thc little town That stands below a distant ledge, Near tay tho ocean's aandy beach, That seems to he thc very edge Of tlii-s fair world- just out of reach. The skies crow bright, thc sun appears An arc ol phosphorescent fire; Mine eyes prow dim with unshed tear's, My heart is pulsing with desire; J wish that I could rule the sun. Could stoi* Ht once his sudden flight, And paint these beauties every ene Before the coming of thc night. Each distant mount ls get...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 July 1893

lsimillsAND RECORDER. Terms: $1.50 a Yea in Advance. Issued every !' i.'.e.y evening by 1. H. Mr.li ??.:], BDIT.OR PUBLISHER. iEnlered af' the Monterey postolPce as second doss matter. ! Monterey.Va.. Fii.lny, Jqjjj :, 1993 "EXT EA" The President's Procla? mation, Calling For An Extra Session. AUGUST SEVENTH, THE DAtE ?Will it inspire confidence, and turn the tide in the na? tions finances? The opinion of prom? inent people. The Call: Executive Mansion, Washington, D. C., June 30. "08 Whereas, The distrust and appre? hension concerning the financial situation, which pervade all bus Hies circles, aud have already caus pA great loss and damage to our people, and threated to cripple otir in 'reliant-?, stop th? wheels of our manufacture, and bring distress and privation to our fanners and withhold from our workingmen the Wages of labor, and, VVheueas. Tho present perilous condition is larg dy t!i3 result of a financial policy which the executive branch of the government finds embodied ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 July 1893

C-s ^Highland Recorder. Advertising Rates. Local notices at l<)e per line for first inser tiaaii, a nd 5c PCT line lor erich subsequent iia certion. Trnnsieiat advertiseTMvails inserted nt the rate aat' $1 per inch for first Insertion unil 50c for L-aeh snbwqaent insertion. All advertisements for n -shairtcr period than three montis considered transient. Kates for three months and over are as follows r 3 mos. 0 mos. 1 yr. One inch. Two inches.. Three inches Four inches. Five inches.. Quarter col Half column One column. $ 3 00 | $ 5 Ol) | $ S 00 r. 00 8 00 12 00 7 00 I 12 00 j 18 00 15 OO | 30 00 _0 00 j 30 00 2s uti j 40 00 'AH 00 50 00 50 00 1 100 Wi io oo 12 00 ia oo SK) oo 40 00 Eslf-Thc above rates will bc strictly ad bcred lo. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. C. R. McDan nald, Warm Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J, C. Ma? theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. II. Stephenson. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 July 1893

On a Pernvlun Cliff. Explorers have found a great many mummies in caves in cliffs among the Peruvian mountains. How the Indi aos who entombed their dead in this way reached the caves hundreds ol feet down the sides Ol' steep cliffs, is a matter of conjecture. A French trav? eler, M. Weiner, narrates a visit to one of thesr* sepulchers, and the seri? ous danger he was in of ending his travels then and there. "I went with twu Indians," he writes, "to a point on a high plateau below which was one of thc caves, and had the Indians lower me over the precipice with leather ropes. "A journey of a hundred metres straight downward, made In such a way, is extraordinarily long. I ar? rived at last at the tomb. It wa9 half clcsod with rocks. I went in and found two skulls and a mummy. I tied the skulls to my belt, and taking the mummy in my arms gave the sig? nal for the Indians to draw me up. "They obeyed, and gradually I neared thc top of the precipice The Indians had not looked over it, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 July 1893

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. vi. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 14, 1893 NO. 33. -OR The Curse of the More? lands. BY LEON LEWIS. CHAPTER II_(Continued.) IIow cordial and sympathetic, as well as affectionate, were thc relations of the couple has already been mado apparent. They were like two brothers, despite the difference in their ages. "Let's see. Vance," resumed Mr. Wye? ville, after his cigar wis well lighted, "I have beeu with yon to The Elms to ten or dinner barely half a dozen times; und yet I know Mrs. Moreland and Jes? sie better than you do. I told you the girl would say you nay'." "So you did, uncle," admitted Vance with keen interest. "What can have given yon loch a clear nsight into the situation'.'*' "Simply due attention to its facts," re? plied tlia- uncle. "To begin with, was not Jessie a sunny, light-hearted girl when you first met her, oa the occasion i.f being called to treat her mother's .sprained ancle?" "Yes. sho was. uncle?" "And since then thc more she has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 July 1893

n.Tiiiiii jsji'-Mii i' nh HIGHLAND llECOKDEK. Terms: $1.1*0 a Yea in Advance. luotd cv\i r*riJajr evening by w. ii. ik<m< EDITOR L1SU12R. Inlcr&tei tho Monteray portofl-r.-? rp ? matter. Monlcrcv.V.r.. i -M-iy. July 14, 1303 Johann Hastes Vaporings. New York, June 27.-Johann Moat's editorial in tomorrow's issue of Freight will be a lengthy Ic.ilc ?? on tho subject of t! e pardon of the Chicago anarchists by Govenor Altgeld. Tho article i-; lle-id.vl 'Ju? lie eat last.'1 li ??After long years of p.itienl hope and waifing, many of us hav? ing despaired of eyer seeing them . - gain, the prison doors have opened io free oar comrades, Fielden, Sch will- and Neebe. Millions oi hem ts rejoice and welcome these three men who the past se von years have been locked bellin 1 prison bars through the efforts of capital? istic bloodhounds. Weare not the only ones tbat demand lit justice be done them; every right-mi udcti man determined it. It had to'he donje, foi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 July 1893

Highland IIecokdek. Advertising Rates. Local notices at 10c per line for first inser? tion, and Bc per linc for each enbscqnent in pcrtiajn. Tnt?Ment advertiaemtnts Inserted at the rate of $1 per inch for first Insertion Anal BOc lair each anbscou?nt Insertion. All Rclvcnisfincnts for a aborter period than three montha contidcred transient. Kates for three months and over are as follows: 3 mos. G mos. 1 vr. 0 oo 7 OO in 00 1 rj 00 10 00 20 (ld 40 00 fgSJrTb* above rates will bc strictly aal hercal to. tine inch. Two inches.... Tin ec inches.. Pour inches... l-'ive inches.... Quarter lo'. . Half column., One column... $ r. oo | $ S lld 8 00 I 12 00 12 00 ! 15 00 I 20 00 I _:?* 00 28 00 i j.s oe -ll oo :,<) on 40 OH r>o oo r.o oo loo oo OFFICIAL DI REC TOBY. Judge 18th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?lion. C. R. McDan nald, Warra Springs', Va. Circuit Mid County Clerk.?J. C. Ma theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 July 1893

The Blgsrest Efg:. "We now come," rridJ. 0. Stephens Rt his auction rooina in King street, Covent Garden, "a* the egg of the Aepyornis maximum, the biggest bird living or extinct. It han been extinct for some time, and only two of its bones have been found. According to the catalogue the bird was more than ten feet high and was flightless." ? 1 should think so," said a prospec? tive egg buyer. "It would seem to me," said Mr. Stephen?, -'that the bird that laid this egg must have been something liko thirty-five feet hiph?about as high as a house. Yam will see by tho cata? logue that it measures 3_i inches in its longest circtimferen:e and twenty eight inches in girth. This egg il several inches larger than the egg ive sold last year. It is, of course, a great rarity, and not more than thirty of these eggs are known. "This, 1 think, is the finest egg of the lot. It should le remembered that thero are sixty known eggs of tho great auk, and they sell for a couple of hundred guineas each...

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