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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 February 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 16, 1900. NO. 8. OLD LETTERS. I Blue once, ns nzure-lit skies, Breaking in twain with untying, I A truce Held to Timo as he flies. Breathing of rue find rosemary, And lavender pressed in the leaves; Yellowed nnd mollowed, love'3 drep. Tied in tho long garnered sheaves. AVur.t is tho harvest they bring us, Flotsam of life and tho years? Kissed by the dust in their sleeping, Bathed ia love's sunshine and tears. j A verse from a laurel-crowned poet, A garland of faith to tho fair, A petal from roses that shattorod, A curl of a baby's bright hair; / t$$ '?'?V V" A scrap of a gown that was worn, A confidante's news of a heartbreak, A lover's page, tattered and torn; A child's painful hand that was guided To trace out its first words of love; i- A message of birth and of sorrow, A bridal song, sealed with a dovo. They flutter and drift from their moorings, Like whito thoughts that quiver and shiuc, Dropped deep in the h...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 February 1900

'ltEcoitrantv Year in Advance. N.tjed prcrv Prldav f v?-nlnfehT TAT. T-T. 1VI A.TKTElSrY, ?;^?-row aits aptrssi-nswarsa. Battled at the Monterey postoftiee as second class matter. Monterey, Va.. Friday. Feb. 16. 1000. A friendly intervention bf Ger? in my, in the Hoer war is reported. Norfolk proposes to offer to the ?kate the sum of 1390.000 ns un ;n dueem^nt io fcove the stat?- peni? tentiary from Richmond to that citv.' Tlie Nicaragua Canal I real v. under whiijh tie two continents of the Westerh world will ho divided te to be a "pee for all " arrange? ment. Am" ican money sets it np, vet other nfetions ure not prohibited f<>m the freje uso of it should wt be at war wjfn any power. - - The democratic substitute for the republican standard bill a short and p'ain. lt wa- introduced bv Senator dunes, f Arkansas, and it provides for the Mening of the mints of the U. S. tn the coin Agc of silyet, as provided by the Act of 1S37. The substitute ie democrat an oj?p?r* L:ord their v...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 February 1900

Highland Uecuode LOCAL NEWS. , PERSONAL. J.rief Items of Interest to Ho Folks About Their Friend And Acquaintances. ^Irs. H Annie Wright lins retur to Illinois. ? Mr. Ed Gilmore of little 1$ r Creek was up Tuesday. vMr Paris Johnston is doing s< clerical work in the Treasun office. ? vJPhe friends of Mrs. E. M. Ar gast were pleased to see her town on Monday. ?We regret very much to lean the serious illness of W il Kaw Maloy, who is principal of a sch iin Madison, Florida. His broil Dr. J. S. Maloy, of Lorentz, W. lias gone to him. iTDr. M. li. Camp**.! of Mem ?Dale, was in town Tuesday. Does it pay to adv;erIrs:* a s: Yes. The little it Lukes .to thorough advertising can he in \ipon one calf. You kn . w wilgi have to sell, o+her people do no Two of Mr. Wm. Vance's dau ters were in town Wednesday. A good lot of cigars and eifi rettes just received. V li. Bi-h Another big sale advertised this issue. C. K. Partner's sale stock, renting, kc. He is one Crabbottom's thrifty farmers. Mo...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 February 1900

First Come, Firs* Served. Don't say that yon couldn't Ret the valuable presents ofTnrod willi 'Roil Cross" and "Hublnser's nost" laundry starch; your grocer bas thom for yon; ask him for a coupon book, which will enable you to Rot ono Itirge 10c. pack hro ot "Rod Cross" starch, one large 10c. package of "Hubinarer's Best" ?Carah, with the premiums, two beauti? ful Shakespeare panels, printed lu twelve beautiful colors, or one Twen? tieth Century Girl calendar, all for 5c. Sailors' trousers, or "trombone pants," as they have sometimes been called, expand in bell-shape at the bottom so as to be the more easily kicked off In case of the wearer's fall? ing into the water. Beauty Is Blood Deep. ''(Sean blood means a clean Bkin. No beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar? tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im? purities from the body. Begin to day to danish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, and that sickly bilious complexion by taki...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 23 February 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. FEBRUARY 23, 1900. NO. 9. TO HARASS AMERICANS. Filipinos Adopt Guerrilla T.iotics in Albay, Luzon Garrison Outposts Bttflbf. Manila, (Bj Cable.)--6f late tho Filipino? -^a .4A^ay province, Luzon, hnvo ndopte.l harassing tactics against tho towns which tho Americans have garrisoned. They camp In the hills tv. d ruaintaiu n constaut lire upon th American outposts. When tho troops sally against thom they Matter, returning when tho Americans re? tire. Tho Filipinos shoot burning arrows, anti havo thus humed a largo part of tho town of Albny. Most of the larger towns In that province aro practically deserted except bj tho" garrisons. Scarcely any of tho Inhabit? ants reluru to their homes. They are camp? ing in the Interior, nud it is supposed armed natives prevent thom going back. It is reported that thero is much suffering among them owing to lack of food. As a result of these conditions the hemp business In that .section is ...

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 February 1900

tl IO II LAND KECOUDEI Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued eTerv Prinav trentrtrrhv Knleic.d f>t tbe Monterey poMoiKeei second cl*'* mutter. J Monterey, Va., Friday, Fe>>. 2R, ion The President's compete. <?]<?! cut flop orer on the Port ti Rion tariff question hns secured for nil the title of "Wabblin* Willie.'1 After strenuous exertion. Phi!; delphi* has raised ju-t one fourt of the Si00.000 she promised fi tho Republican convention. Ex-Governor Peck of "Bad Hoy fame is one of the 200 citizens c Wisconsin who ure whooping ti Milwaukee as the democratic Ni tional Convention city. Democrats 'and EU pu ul ic ina i I Kentucky continue to hold aeparal sessions of tbe legislature and th situation generally remains ahou the lanie, only the democrats hnv moved from Louisville to Frau li ford. Lord Roberts seems to becuUin; a wide swathe in Salli h Af ric; but he should remember the fat of other generals who had siiuila good fortune. If G"neral Cronj should turn up behind...

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 February 1900

Highland Reckoder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. >Zero weather and rt o v the first of the week, rain Wednesday. >Rev M.-Niel and dan gil ter of "Crabbottom were in town Monday. : Married by Kev. J no. Knit Feb. 21th, 1900 Mitt Effie H. Blag- and William S. Cobb. The personalty of B. E. Fleisher, dec'd, will be sold on the 3rd of Ai arch* See ad. Mess*** David Woods and Bob Chestnut were here Wednesday. Mr. C. 8. Peterson and wife of McDowell were up Monday. ^Jlev J J Potter, formerly vf Highland and Mrs M E Stover of Staunton, were united in marriage on the 19th. Haying decided to close out out present partnership business we will sell our present st.ock of goods ut a very close price. Parties in? debted to us will please settle np as] soon as possible. C S Wit} bright & Co. Crabbottom. CS VVaybright & Co. have the nicest dried peaches at a very low price. Finest prunes at 10c lo. The Second Presbyter...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 23 February 1900

ft 44 A Stitch in Time Saves Nine. A broken stitch, like the "little rift within the lute/' is the beginning of trouble. 441 am tired, not UL" "It will soon pass away." " I don't believe in medicine." These are the broken stitches thai lead to serious illness. Nature is wise and in Hood's Sarsaparilla she has furnished the means to take up broken stitches. Why? because il starts at the root and cleanses the blood. Bad Blood ? "For years I was troubled with my blood, my face was pale, I never felt well. Three bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla made me feel bettet .mdgave me a healthy color." Mae Cross, li Cedar A<v., South, Minneapolis, Minn, _. Ht'Qd'* Fill" euro Itvor Illa; the pontrrilatlng and only cathartic to take with Hood'* Sarsaparilla.. Hog; a* a Mall Carrier. New York Times: A woman called at a house on Lafayette avenue, Brook? lyn, tho other day, bearing a letter addressed to the lady residing there. It had been mailed the day previous, but the address was almost effaced. ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 March 1900

HIGHLAND VOL. xxn. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. MARCH 2, 1900. NO. 10. THE NEWS. At a big moetiug ol Baer sympathizers in Detroit it wm decided to cali a conference in that city for the purpose of Instituting a movement for mediation and arbitration of the British-Boer war. ~~ Maurice Dolingo wound up a spree hi Philadelphia by leaning from the Chestnut Street Bridge into tho river. He was fished out. The two-masted schooner Jane C. Il irris <vas wrecked o(T (Cape Henry. The crew of Ihree was saved by tho Oregon Iulet lUc lavers. Mrs. Jessie Scully onterod suit In Fall ttivor, Masa., for divorce from her husband, tvho had been her grandmother's coachman. Notwithstanding a rain and snowstorm. Dowey Day was enthusiastically celebrated kt Wheeling, and thirty thousand peoplo irowded tho streets to catch a glimpse of the Admiral. William II. Jackson and James Cary, both colored, were sentenced to thirty days in jail In Winchester, Vn., for passing counter? feit money. Thero woro 6...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 March 1900

' ~~ -*jam**anmmnnnnuuuBuumum*mummmmMmmmmL. --^.- . . .--._irTTTz__^__ 'IflGHLAXD RECORDER. Terui9, jjil.00 a Year in Advance. ".sued ererv FriOav treningbv W. K. ~ivr A.TKtEisr^'ir, fnleted afc the Monterev postofflce a? 1 second cla-s maller. Mont prey, Va., Fri I nv. March ?, 1000. Kentuckv ought fn eon; malice lier spring cloning sarlv. m Col. Wm. r. K'um. editor of th'* Norfolk Virginia-*-Pilot j* dead Tin* Virginia Renate passed rt bill | looking* to a settlement-, with \Ve?i. Virginia, of lier portion of tb'*1 pu iii io debt of the orig rmi sitAte of Virgnia. Is ('Jen. Bulier crossing the Tugelr river for tho Manie reason 'that "'the cow. she crossed the road. sir"? Kansas ci'v. M??. the 4th of .lulv,.. is the tillie1 and place decided upon for the democratic national con? vention. Bryan's name wm cheer? ed whenever mentioned, and im? perialism and trusts were rhowji io be factors in the coming campaign. The national com nviuiTC-'V nive!ing was untied ami; harmonious** ?'Wise...

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

Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWS. n i bel nm ] tat Co wa wm so: PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to, Home Folks About Their Friends Ami Acquaintances. vDr John M Hanger of Situnton, died suddenly ul apoplexy Sunday. t\f ' tir go no nu wi; ed pu ha bli on bc so 8? wi tai WI Br tl. kn br th ?g th WI bil fwi co th th po til So HM i\? '** CO th KO mi h-u it br Wi ki vH. W. Wade, former miller at Hevener's mill, has purchased a ?till at Collierstown, Va, On the 26th inst, in the Augusta . .?*>voiity Court, T. J. Williams was indicted for attempted rape. /E. A. Dudley Esq. on Monday brought a nice lot of 3 year o.t. cattle from Augusta county, where they had been wintered. Mr Jesse Arbogast called Monday and renewed his subscription. i On Saturday, noon, the weather man at Washington seat word to look out for a blizzard, iminedaUlv it set about blizzarding and zeroing. Mrs. W. P. Campbell-, who has been ill for some time is not so well this week. Mrs. S. W. Crummett is shelving and painti...

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 March 1900

'Never Do Things by Halves" Sometimes the condition of your health could be de? scribed as half-sick and half well. You may not be ill enough to go to bed but too ill to be happy or efficient in your home or your business. Why not bc wholly well? Your dragged out, tired feeling is due to poor blood and nothing else. Hake your blood rich by us? ing Hood's Sarsaparilla. It works io perfection} there is nothing like rt. Tired Feeling ? "My husband would come home from 'work so tired he could hardly mcrvc. He began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and it cured him. It cured my girl's headaches." Mrs. A. J. Spragsc, 57 Oak St., Fall 'River, Mass. Maori's IMlirnre liver HU: thc nonirritating ned Pilly cathartic to_ti?kc_jvUU Hood's Sarsaparilla. The Nationnl Beverage of England. There is an enormous increase In tho consumption of whiskies imported from Scotland and Ireland into Eng? land. Ii the present rate of increase cf the spirit trade is maintained, Eng? land will presently have adopted Av...

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 March 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. MARCH 9, 1900. NO. II. THE NEWS. About six thousand men employed in th* granite quarries ol New England have struck for ff 3 per day and an eight-hour day. At Barre, Vt., where two thousand men aro em? ployed, a compromise bas been effected. The barn of J. H. Whetsell. near Mnrtlns burg, W. Yu., was destroyed byan incen? diary Aro. Farming implements and stock were ulso lost. In Richmond William Miller, convioted of the murder of Beverly Christian, was sen? tenced to eighteen years in the penitentiary. Rev. F. J. Brooke, of Staunton, Ya., has accepted a call to the Second Presbyterian Churoh of Alexandria. A passenger trBin was wrecked near rialn rille, Ct. Two trainmen were killed and Dine passengers injured. John E. Mehrer, one of the pioneers of At? lantic 0 ty, died on a railroad train near Niagara. Charles E. Lutz, of Chicago, shot Im bro? ther and his sister-in-law while intoxicated. Another shipyard may be establish...

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 March 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued eTei-r Fridav t vening bv *W. Ti. lSCA.T3KE2Sr-ir, jrSn!?;pd a.t the Monterey postofttec ap aecnrid class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Marali 0, HW Is it Lorri Roberto or iii*' Ameri? can mule that's piping out thc English in South Africa? They hA\\ gut Lhere about tlie same tillie. Poor people can now have m .chance to Juv in tloir summer sup ply of diamonds ut wore moderate ;> figure since Kimberly lias been re? lieved. Hon. Sydney P. Jfcpes. The death, in Washington, of this "/piing Congressman, from tnt fourth district of Virginia, was a gooree of ileep regret lo Kin admir? ers throughout tlie state, lt was ju?t after lie had east his vote on the Porto ltican quotion that he was takeu .suddenly sii'Jk ot" appen? dicitis, on account of uhicli he was operated upon, tb.eopiJMtioii re.sult iug in his death. Do two wrongs make a right? To discriminate* against one of tlie United States, by levying a IT) per cent, jfiuty o...

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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 March 1900

Highland Heckodek LOCAL 1MEWS. PERSONAE. 3rief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Fronds Aud Acquaintances. Mr. Samuel Dever and daughter of Mill Gap were in town Monday. Mr. Ed. Wiseman was here Mon? day. Mr. Renick Hull, of McDowell called Monday and subscribed. Mr. Robert M. Ridgers of Bull pasture has moved to Clare, Va. . Messers Henry .Slaven and David '"Woods of Back Creek wer?* ufi Mppday on business. Johu'W. Simnious, of Forks ol Water, spent u short while here Tuesday. B. E. Fleisher's sale on last Sat? urday was well attended, and prop? erty sold well* Hay went out of sight. Oysters?Mrs L S Dickenson will serve oysters Saturday night, from 7 to 10 in Crummett build? ing. Public invited. Always satisfied with a small profit, I will give you every ad? vantage for your cash, \.. A. Orndorff. ? Mr R F Gillett is preparing to build a d?A>lling on a i-ot he pur? chased from Mr L H Stephenson, ?on the Chew property. Mr C C Arbogast sold his match sorrel*, for a fancy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 March 1900

Something For .\othing. What will the Inventive brain of man do next? J. C. Hublnger, "The Staroh King," is now Introducing by his new and original method, the Endless Chain Starch book, which enables you to get from your grocer one large 10c. package oJ "Red Dross" starch, one large 10c. package of "Hublnger's Best" starch, with the pre? miums, two Shakespeare panels, printed in twelve beautiful colors, or one Twentieth Century Girl calendar, embossed In gold, all for 5c. Ask your grocer. Thai Army ?,?^7nlt.,? We hear a good deal about "units" ot tho British army, and lt ls not alwayt easy to know what it means. When an army?that ls, several army corps ?is fighting, the unit means an army corps. When an army corps is fight? ing, the unit is the division, or one third of the corps. When a division is fighting a unit means a brigade, or one half of the division. When a brigade ls fighting, the unit means a battalion, Dr one fourth of the brigade. Usually, however, a unit is used to m...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 March 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MARCH 16, 1900 NO. 12. ? TO MYJ)WN. BY EDWIN L. SABIN*, [he squirrel lies bid In bis hollow tree, ] All wrapped In 'lils long, soft tall; fiio rabbit is snuggled as snug can bo lu bis borne 'neath the old fence rall; J'he partridge is only a bunch of down Where thlckost tho arching brush? They In the forest and wo in the town, Hush, my bouey-boy, busb. "he field-mouse curls in a volvet bnll Far un<ler the dead swamp grass; lu his bolo by the frozen wuterfall The mink dreams oft of the bass; And every chick of the ground and air Is ouddlod In haven deop? 3o here, in the glow of the firelight fair, Sleep, my honey-boy, sloop. Ibo north wind romps with the whirling snow; Sly Jack Frost noses about; 3ut wood and field are abed?for no, Not oven tho owl ls out. ind here, whore the motborkiu's breast ll warm, And motberkln'a arms are tight, ?info from the snow and tho frost uud storm, V-uight, houey-boy, cood-night. ? Saturday...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 March 1900

^Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Yearin Advance. Issued ererv Friday t vening bv intered at the Monterey post (.Alee as second class matter. Monterey, Ya.. Friday, March 10, 1900. , - Admiral Dewey, an authority of Jiis wife. BHYi lie will accept tl**? presidential nomination if tender? ed him. Now, weallv? Wonder wliv Gt-nerrtl Otis don't tale a whack at the "neckV of Che Filipino insurrection? Its '.back? bone" has been broken often enough. t * The Democratic State Co.iiTtU* lion which vii nieet in Norfolk. May 2nd, for the purpose of elect* )\\% dpl+^at'es Hird alternalos to the National Convention, will also have under consideration the ques? tion of Io', i <? a const.tntional convention. lt is by no tneans certain timi Britain's difficulties will not in? crease with her triuui^iis. Ger? many, France and Ifus^ia could Mituu annie ?.? un: uini were winning, but when their con? quest and absorption becomes itn niinet, they must enter their pro i\ tests. Almost invariably, for...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 March 1900

JIIIGIILAND HECRODER LOCAL NEWS. PEKtiONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Home is About Their Fiic And Acquaintances. Folks About Their Friends -v? j Tlie- educational move is iii soe*. Vltev Pinker nnd wife of Mc? Dowell, frere up Monday. ?.^Mr and Mrs John .1 Kraina" (were over Monday. Miss Mary Stephenson of Jack* sons river visited friends in town Monday. ^T)r K Trim Ide who has been sick U out again. ATirss Lucy Swadle*y has finished her school near Deerqe|d and re turned home. Mr S J ('arson lois purchased ? very fine horse fruin m St.mn lon gentleman. "White Rabbit11 Ku: ter egg d\( 8 colors for oe. On.dorff. 0 n W ed 111 ^<\ iv, .J. A.Jon es. EJsq. had sufficiently recovered from his recent sick spell '" he aide to come to town and attend* to his ?] (ties itt the lim.k. UA private scho-1 ka** been open? ed in Monterey by Miss Kate Gibson. Mrs S W Cra ni met t has gone East to purchase her spring stock of millinery. lier milliner this season well he Miss Lucv Arbogast. VKlr. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 March 1900

Progress. With time comes progress and advance trent In all lines of successfully conducted ?nterprlses. Success comes to those only who have gooda with superior merit and a In the manufacture ot laun ffor the last quarter of a cen iblnger has been the peer of >-day^ is plaolng on tho renttons, "Red Cross" Best," the finest laundry /er offered the public, new and original method enables (to obtain one large 10;. package of Cro s" staroh, one large 10c. package lubinger'sBest" starch, with the pre Shakespeare panels, printed in ^colors, as natural as life. Century Girl calendar, id ever printed, all lor ter. Fine Law Library. PTt's famous law library Ie envy of the Colorado 'senator recently refused an *r of $50,000\for Ita 10,000 volumes. Mr?. V1*'jnMov.'* Soothing Syrup for children UethirT.sof tens the Rums,reducing inflamm*.* tier, allays vain, cures wind colic. "Joe. a bottle. TaXHtion of corporations in Paris has lcd to the transfer of many main offices to Brus? sels, French...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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