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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. ? ...

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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 invaria...

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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...

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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...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 March 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MARCH 23, 1900. NO. 13. t THE NEWS. The man who commuted suicide in the Vendome Hotel, Chicago, has been identified a? M. Goldflas. pnd the Kiri he killed was Jennie Liss, only fourteen years old. with whom he was Infatuated. Union machinists In all parts of this coun? try and Carinda are to be ordereel to strike, ts a result of tho troubles between the manu? facturers nnd machinists in Chicago. A mob battered down tho jail doers at Marietta, Ga., took out John Balley, a negro who had assaulted a young white woman, and shot and fatally wounded him. Warrants were sworn out in Reading against a number of ex-county officials on rharges of embezzlement for retaining fees twyond what tho law allowed. The heirs of tho Vanderbilt estate hare iecieled to pay, without further demur, the legacy tax. which will amount to about one million dollars. The official experiment to lest the stability 5f the battleship Kearsarge was made at t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 March 1900

#?**? Highland Recokder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Aeivanee. Issued everv Frldav tvtnintfbv ?aC-r-rci** ?*?&& rva*-:oi-:za. Jtnleied at the Monterey postoftice a*" second class matter. Monterer. Va., Friday, March 83, WOO. Gen. Joseph Wdietder is iii MTnph -itjjjt mi. His jvstgnatinu lim ii ot yet been accepted. He says lie will i'liiiia.bis seat in .Congress. Deeming the ? resent pea9:on rh ?inopportune time tn secure ritifica tion of the several reciprocity treat jet with colon ie* of Great Bru.in. administration Ima lind Hie 1 iru*? within which tliey ni.iy be .ratified extended one venr. The Sl7.i)(:(>.(A?) dividend just | announced liv the Stenderd Oil j Company called foit'i ti resolution by Representative Fitzgerald, nf. M assen usetts, demanding tiiat tn*-1 Attorney-General proceed against i ^UairfJorpeiralion under the Sherman j Antitrust law. The Puerto KL-au Relief bill.i carrying $2.01)5,000, wai passed by j the Senate. The amend tu eui de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 March 1900

(Highland JIecrodi LOCAL NEWS. .^t**********"*********' PERSONAL. JBrief Items of Interest to lit Folks About Their Friend Aud ArqiiaiiitniKT*. **" Mrs .1 C jttoggt \? right jt^min. County Court today--few pe< iu town. Mr J B Wilson iff Doe Mill IO lo see us Thursday. Mr V F Haronff nf puekeye ;i:i tow ii Tuesday. u"Mr. Georg** Smith dad Suns .delivering a bill of lumber for i Gillets bouse.'. KK, M. Arbogast E?q. who been iu Pocahontas fora week turned home .>iouduv. Notice- All airlie indebted me, will please call and HI le? nt ouch. A C Suddurtii ?? Mr IJ H Sim bert who waa < nbled several dara ace* by a lin fal I in j on his foot, is oat ngaiu. \Jn\ E Lunsford. nf Top Ai ghanv called Tb tl ml av and rein? ed bis subscription. Mrs. Mal ind i Hue ia engaged ?house keeper for Mn-. S. W. Ci;ut niett du ing her absence. ?r. James Heveiierof Hightov ?brought us some very fine ma) sugar Mp-iday. L. H. Stephenson, Confr w 8eD, on April jlDtli, one half i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 March 1900

To My Kneads tn Georgia, Many of whom have known of ray long suffering from that dreadful affliction, Eczema: "I am proud to testify to the wondeiful merits of Tetterine, -which bas oiired me as sound as a gold dol? lar, after impending more than $400.00 for other remedies "without the slight* est relief. Wm. M. Tumlin, Manager Mutual Reserve Fund Life Associa? tion." 50c. box at druggists or by mail from J. T. Shuptrine, (Savannah, Ga. World's Largest Ih.at.r. The Degollada theater, the front ot which was damaged by the recent earthquake In Guadalajara, is probably the most costly and certainly the most modern of the city's great buildings, and it is accorded the distinction of being the largest exclusively theatrical structure on the continent. Its corner stone was laid In 1856, and although at the present day it is net entirely completed, some $3,000,000 have beep pxpended In its construction. It is four stories in height, and covers aa area it 11,127 square feet. The interior pl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 March 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER ~ VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. MARCH 30, 1900. NO. 14. ,.. KISSING GOODBYE,' Bw?etheartl You that Oever could grieve me?. Whose lore gave tho song for the sigh, Iou are kissing your dear hand to leave me? You are kissing goodbye, and goodbye! I know that the green's in the meadow? I know that the blue's in the sky, And the lake feels the lark's living shadow But, sweetheart! you're kissing goodbye Could not the birds chanting above you Restrain the dear steps that would stray Tbe Hlle9--tbat whispered: "We love you,' Hold still your dear heart for a day? Could not all tho rivers?sweet-singing, Find never a loving reply? Ah, sweetheart! the sad bells are ringing! You are kissing goodbye, and goodbye! Did Autumn's dear, lavish caresses Fall soft on your forehead, unknown? She blent all the gold of her tresses With the beautiful brown of your own! From rosy, rich woodlands she called you Her queen! , . , But you leave her t sigh! Her red realms havo neve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 March 1900

jsWLn.^.*v,?- ana Highland Kecqrdei Terms, il.QO a Yearin Advance. Issued evert Friday tveninpbT W. HC. MATHENY, ]^nte)Oii at the Monterey postoffiee l second cla-59 matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, March 80, 10( We believe it was Hie Trouble Mr. Carnegie's work* Unit spoile ihe chances of Mr. Harrison's r ??let tioij, and it looks a* though tl history of eight veari sgo will r ' peat itself this fall. Naturally Porto Rico can nffoi to pay 15 per cent! Her lahore struck a day or two ago tor ail ii crease of their wages from 40 to I pents, and they will therefore on have to give up g??me of their lu uries in order to supply Ihe moue It is veiy hard to stand idly I and see our dear om>$ suffer whi awaiting the arrival ot the docte An Albany (N. Y.) d.iirvniiiu ral ed at a drug, store there for a do tor to come and see his child. Hit' very sick with croup. Not fi nd in the doctor in, he left word for hi to come at once e>n his return. I also bought a buttle af Cham ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 March 1900

Highland Recroder ^TocTl NEWS. tWB"***************************1*" PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr John Gwiu has rented tiie Fultz farm near town. >Mlss May Slaven is visiting her sister Mrs. Ogilvie at Staunton. Mr. James Corrigan and wife were in town Saturday. Mr Janies ilvder who has the .contract for building a Donkan! church two miles north of Mc? Dowell, will commence work on it soon. Notice? All parlies indebted to me, will please call and settle np at once. A C Suddarth. Mr. and Mrs. J. A Jone? of Wier Attended the funeral of Mrs. Jones at Franklin, Sunday. E. H, McClintio Esq. has moved his office tei the Sieg Building. He can now be found very pleasant]* loca? ted on the second floor, front. ivMr. James 0. Trimble whose house was burned a few days agu, lias erected another aud has moved j j in it. !. ?J)r. 0. J. Campbell returned Iq Saturday from Baltimore where he if took a special course. Miss Ifni I it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 March 1900

Marrluf*** in China. During the visit of Li Hung Cham to this country many humorous stories went the round of the press, which were based upon the great man's pro pensity for asking what seemed to ui Impertinent personal questions. Tc calmly ask a well known society wo? man her age, seemed jo the America! mind a trifle amusing; but probably the prominent member of the Legation who was asked by a pretty American girl "why he had not brought a few of his wives with him?" was as much nonplused as were the victims of Ll Hung Changs inquisitiveness. "Mj wives?" he replied in astonishment; "j have but one wife?we do not have more in China," and he took from his pocket a photograph of a handsome giant-eyed daughter of the Orient, ano handed it to his questioner for in? spection.?-Truth. Tho May to Beautify Home IttoeJo as they all are doing. Ask your grocer, wile) knows all about it; has some? thing for jon in tbe way of a coupon book, ?thiel) enables you to get one large 10c. package of "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 April 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APEIL 6, 1900. NO. 15. tiif ni n nniJILIHHI LONG TIME^A-WAITING. jin lt's a long time a-walting For the ship from o'er the blue; I ca But it's sailing and a-saillng And in time will come to you; Unless, perchance, fierce storms arise, I And cruel winds from angry skios K Should drive to where death hidden Hos, The ship that sails for you. lt's a long time a-waltiug For reward that's overdue; The recognition for your toil The tardy world owos you; .. But lt will come, howover lato, ' Unless, perchance, Death opos the gate ' And leads you out whilo yet you wait The wage the world owes you. lt's a long time a-waltins For the joy that should be yours; But joy and recompense will como To that soul who endures; And over all tho storms that rise Above the clouds?are sunny skies, And Heaven holds a glad surprise For that soul who endures. SteerN.W.S ? A Mystery Yarn. >DOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOO BOUT two years ago I left ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 April 1900

. -???w J|I1G HLAND RECOKDER i Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Inned every Fridav ?venin$rb* w. K. 3vr.AT:H::E3sr*\ -S Bnteied at the Monterey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterev, Va., Friday, Anvil 0, 1900. Speaker Repel savs that the at? tempt to make thre* qiinrt^r titi zens out of Porto Ricans is cer? tainly interesting. The Staunton T)aiU News stales that the death rate for the city of Staunton for the month of March of this year is not greater than for the same month of preceding years. During the month there were 17 burial permits issued bv Thornrose cemetery, nine of which were for persons 'intside of Staun? ton. Grip and pneumonia, the Kaws adels, hove Vmuui prevailing throughout that section. % Our Governor Tyler has been severely criticised fe>r not prevent? ing the lynching match which took place at Emporia tt.e other day. He has been accused of be ing too slow and of a mental ca? pacity that is not fully deveh>ped for use in imuiergencv cas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 April 1900

.ff.?SBWSMS?asMSBB??SS?aSiSpS?S?^ Highland Recroder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL. I i Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaint ames. Mr Steuart Peterson of McDow? ell was here Tuesday, Mr Edward Fleisher of Clover Creek called Tuesday and sub? scribed. Mr Dayis Peterson is clerking in L S Dickenson & Co.*s store during Mr Dickenson^ absence. Mr Charles P Jones, Jr. arrived iuune from Richmond Monday. ,On Tuesday he and bis father went :to Franklin, Aunt Betsy Varner who has been right siqk for several days is said to be some ,better. Mrs. Var? ner is 88 rears ..old. i( Miss Bessie Jones of Doe Hill has gone to Washington to attend f -conference. a Rev. Mr. Ruff although much I? improved in health, did not feel | able to attend to his ministerial du- ? f ties on last Suniay. S V^.Mr. Wesley Bussard aud son V Sheffy were in town Monday. * y Mr. Sam Hise brought a load of v lumber to the Bussard mill Mon- n xl ay to be dressed. t Mr. Joseph Jones has m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 April 1900

"The Only Thing That Gives Relief." Mrs. M. E. Latimer, Biloxi, Mins., bad an itchy breaking out on her. skin, and she sends 81 for tw.o boxes, saying: "lettenne is the only thing that gives me relief." This is strong language, disinterested and voluntary. It cures all skin diseases, tetter, itch, eczema, salt-rheum, etc., and never fails. 50c. a box at druggists or send stamps to J. T. Shuptriue, Savannah, Ga. Double Speed. Uncle Abe?Dem automobiles go- so fast it. 'ud take two niggers to tell about 'em. Sambo?How's dat? Uncle Abe?One ter say "Here she comes," an' one ter say "Thar she goes!" Love ha3 no worse enemy than self love. State of Ohio, City or Toledo, 1 Lucas Couktv, f"? FRANK J.CnENEY makes oath that he ls the senior partner of thc Ann of F. J. Cheney A Co.,doing business iutheCityof Toledo, County nnd State aforesaid.and that Raid firm will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for each .ind eve rv cane of catarrh that cannot be tured by the uso of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 April 1900

HIGHLAND _. RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 13, 19(10. NO. 16. ALL 15 WELL. HE clock strikes twelve, The yoar is nt Its Bpriug, Aud o'er lier callow brood tbe thrash Foils close a sheltering wing; While through our cottage window pant A moonbeam struggles wild, With silvery torch to guido the dreams Of mother aud ol child. The clock strikes twelve, The year ls iu Us prime, Lo, Youth* and Lovo stand 'neath the stars To hear the fairy colas. The gleaming dow like music drip* From glad red roses sweet? Alus, that life should be so full, The winged hours so Heel. The clock strikes twelve, / The hour ls dark and still. Long shadows lie athwart the tombs Ia tho graveyard on the hill, A frost ls blighting loaf nyH bud, But spares you lilies w?ite, Whose pale, pure boss Miru toward dawn, And walt the Laster light. ?Eva "JUTHASIJII Clapp. This little legcud, by Canou Christopher s ."timid, ls supposed to have been writtou to explain tho origin vt tho custom of dis? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 April 1900

tyfrrmaaw man1.a ahr-rrtr^rrrr-ca; Highland Recorder. *****?--? -? ? ? i _-_ . ) ? *; Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance., Issued evert Jfridav tveaingbr W. H. MATHENY, Cs:to? m.vtt> ycaaii-i*a?2Ei?. Inteied at the Monterey. post office as second class matter. ) Monterey. Va., Friday. April 1$ IMP. ., . Hon. Robt TH ii bard Hon. RobtT. Hnlmrd ?f Bock ingham, was nominated i?>r (''in? gress by the republican* of the j 10th dist, which met at Buchan . ou recently, "pits convention swallowed the Porto Rican biU anel the balance nf the hatch fit album . istration doing ifnt chokeei up tight ou what our fallows did at j ltichtnond this winter, Will Dewey Do lt Again? Dewey will be* ? candidate fVr the White House. His wife said no first and now he says so too. < The newspaper talk is much on the i subject, but oyer the left for Dew? ey, the New York World* ami a . few others excepted. The Admiral is not particular what flag he sails j under or how many torped...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 April 1900

? Highland Recrodek V LOCAL NEWS. *WW*??*??????-?*????*Pf^ PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. ^Ir H H Slaven wa* in to see u* on Friday, last. vMiss Mamie Arbogast has re? turned to Monterey and is again with Mrs Crumtnett. v $Ir J C Harold and wife were in .town Saturday. ly Mr. George Moffatt Cochran, a jvijininent lawyer of Staunton, died of paralysis mfa Katie Priest of Franklin spent Siu\day with Monterey rela ti\es. Mr $99 -Campbell was also in town over Sunday. JUrs L A Orndoifl: is visiting friends at Franklin. Notice?Grass wanted for 75 head 2 year old tattle. Apply to E. McK. McCue, Ft Defiance,Va, Nice clean Cloyer and Timothy Seed at V ri Bishop's. I Mr. W 15 Marshall spent Sunday with his sister Mrs. W E Wilson, Messrs Dock Terry, M E Ma theny anel Joseph Page e>f Back (.'reek were in town Monday. Mr and Mrs Wash. Gnni and Mr. George Sutton were up the first of the week. We have learned from a reliable sourc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 April 1900

Beauty Is niood Peep. Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar? tic clean your blood and keep it clcun, by Btirring up the lazy liver and driving all im K unties from the body. Begin today to anish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets,?beauly for ten cents. All drug? gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. flexible shafting bas bee;n put to a new use. lt ls urranged so as to be attache* 1 to a somoa of motive power for tree trimming. To Cure a Cold In One Day. Take Laxative Bkomo Quininb Tapikts. AU drucs;l-t< ff und the m>ney if it falls io cure, B. W. Gaovs s sleuature ls on each box. 85c. There are over 200 distinct mu-eb-s in the human body, of which the best ot us kata about 100 iu primo condition by propel use. 1 do Bot be! tove Pleo'l Cure for Consumption bas un ravel for coughs anel colds. John F. Boras, Trinity Springs. Ind., Feb. 15,1900. Leather money ...

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