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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 June 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. xxn. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JUNE 1. 1900. NO. 23. TWENTY-TWO DEAD TEN WHITE, TWELVE COLORED ME! VICTIMS OF DISASTER. CAUSED BY FIRE-DAMP ?KxTr-l aralon Occurred in Cumnock Cos Mfues In North Carolina?The Supevir lendent Was Among Those Who Lo* Their Lives-All Bodies, Wifli One E> eeptlon, Recovered. Raleigh, N. C., (Special).- Twenty-tw rainers, ten white and twelve negroes, loi their lives in an explosion Rt Cumnock Coi Mines, Chatham county. N. OL The explc alon ls supposed to bave been caused by broken guaze ia a safety lamp. Forty or fifty mer. were in the mine at tb time. The accident was In what is known as tb East Heading. Five were brought out aliv from tire Hast Heading, while none of tb use* In the other parts of the mine was ir ,ntted. Within an hour after the explosion th 'work of resoue began, and by daylight a the bodies except one, that of Bim McIntyre had been brought to the top. All the bodie *>4rt horribly burned. The scenes at...

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

?jg?mw iau-3^. ;=r TO^tftANli^ifeoRDEJ Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav c veninc i>v EDITOR ^.2TID FVBilCKEH. Enteicd at the Monterey poptofflce n second class mn (ter. Monteray, Va., Friday, .Tune 1, HW Newspaper Etiquette. Parties wishing, to enter tit printing office at this season shoui I he governed by the following ruler ? Advance to the inner door ami giv three distinct raps, or Kick th'e doo idown. The l,clevir will attend t . the alarm. Von will give him von ? name, post-office address, and th number of years yoi. are owing fo .Mle paper. Ile will admit you You will advance io the tonier o the room and address the ed ito with the following countersign Extend the right hand about tw< feet from the body, with the thurn! ami fingers extend, the thumb and Jndex finger clamping a tl bill, which drop into the extended hand of the editor, at the same time say? ing: "Were vim looking for mp?" The editor will grap vour hand and ?the bill, and, pressing it, w...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 June 1900

r^^HLAND RECRODER LOCAL MEWS. l'EKSONAL. ft ?Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr and SIrsW H Vance were in ? Monterey recently. J C Boggs, Esq. is now with the firm of L. S. Dickenson & Co. Bishop seems to be selling har? ness, sorries and buggies. Mr Chas Williams of Valley Cen ter has purchased a farm near . Milboro. The.J. C. Bishop Cash Co. has decided to close its business in .Staunton. The Monterey gravel-shooter b igade. commanded by Gravel shooter Dick could whip the Boers from the top of trie highest kopje on the Vaal river to Pretoria in very short order. A Mr. Roger Williams and daugh? ter Miss Lizzie called at our office on Tuesday while in town. The Marquis Marble Co. of {Staunton has an ad in this issue. It is represented here by W. H. Marple. Everyone should welcome the census taker and help him in his work by giving accurate informa? tion. Lemons, Oranges, Banannas, dried and canned peaches, prunes for sale by V B Bisho...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 June 1900

Vaudeville Dorine; Lunch Tim*. There is a prospect that Currier's restaurant.on Fulton street, New York, may be converted into a playhouse, where continuous vaudeville will hold forth. Merchants in the neighborhood and their clerks are having heated dis? cussions over the probabilities of suc? cess or failure of the enterprise. The idea is to give performances during the day, with especial attention to the lunching hour?say from 12 to 2:30? when tables will be plentifully sup? plied with the best that the market af? fords. Are You Itchy 1 If so, something is wrong with your skin. Ask your druggist for Tettorine, and you can cure yourself without a doctor for 50 cents. Any skin disease, ringworm, eczema, salt rheum, etc. Or seud 50 cents in stamps for box prepaid to J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga. Try a box. Improved Waroo Sett, A supplemental seat has been de? signed to allow three persons to ride in a wagon Intended for two. a skele? ton steel frame being attached to the under side ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 June 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 8. 1900. NO. 21. RUSSIA BLOCKED. AMERICAN AND OTHER FORCES NOW IN PEKIN. SITUATION HAS IMPROVED. Many Diplomats Believe that the l'ron?i?t Action of the United States -Minister and the Other Foreign Representatives Has (Tterkrd, for th? Time Being. Russia's Designs. Shanghai, (By Cable.)?The detachment of over three hundred International blue? jackets bas arrived nt Pekin. Twenty-three warships are now nt Taku ? ?nine Russian, three British, three German, three French, two Amcrhnn, two Japanese nnd one Italian. In addition to the.'r crew*, the Husslans have on board their warships 11.000 troops from Tort Arthur, with Meld equipment. Fourteen thousand Russian troops are held in readiness at Tort Arthur. London. (By Cable.V-The Vienna corres? pondent of tbe Dally Telegraph says: "An active exchange of dispatches ls go lng forward among the great powers relative to China. The colossal superiority of Rus? sia's representa...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 June 1900

tr??-'. s**? HIGHLAND RECOltDEK. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fr'ulriv i vc-nini/Uv \V_ KC. T^L ATHENY, src^Tosa a.ice yp-aaii^tssrt?ina. Enteied nt the Monterey portofflco as second chws matter. Moater*y, Va., Friday, June 8, 1900 Democratic Mass-Meeting. There will be held nt lh*> Cntirj House on Thursday. (Court day*] the 21st, dav op June a mam-meet ing of the Democrats of Highland County for the purpose of electing delegates to fit temi the convention 'of the 10th Congressional Pistrict 'which will he held at Baena Vista Va. on Augti.-t 1st, rOOu?where i candidate fer t he House of (tepre Wntative* will be nominated. Lil a.11 Democrats attend. Neglect is the short step sn many take from a cough cr enid lo eon >u npt.oi , Mie ei r y n e of Ono Min nw Congo Cure prevefiti consump? tion. It is the only bunnies, remetn that gives immediate resnlts. Il cures all throat, and hi.:g troubles Children all like it ai.u mothers en dorse it. Trimble & Lunsford. Ho...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 June 1900

a<UJ^_-_Lr.-- ?.:_ -. Highland .Recrodek LOCAL NEWS. PER80NAL. Brief Items of Interest to Homo Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. td La A. Mrs C A Dickson was in town Saturday. 50.000 lb. of wool wanted hy V. E Bishop. Mr Lewis Simmons called and renewed his subscription. Mr Esra 1 leverage of Doe Hil and Prof. ll. Il Timberlake who taught so successfully the school at that place, were in town Monday. Mr. Junina Gardner was hurt r'ght badly Saturday while in town by being thrown from his wagon. Lemons, Oranges, Bonan n as, dried and canned peaches, prunes| j for sale by V 13 Bishop. The Presbyterian congregation at this place has under considera? tion tho repairing its church or tl e building of a new one. The article in this issue address? ed to teichers is of importance to them and should bp preserved. Always satisfied with a small | i profit, I will give you every vantage for your cash, Orndorff. Notice?All parties indebted tojf .nie, will please call and settle np j...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 June 1900

A FAMOUS ARTIST. The death in New York on the 7th inst, ot Frederic E. Church removed ene of the most famous of Amerlcarj artists. Mr. Church was 74 years old He was horn in Hartford, Conn., and early evinced a talent for drawing When a young man he became a pupil of Thomas Cole at Catskill, N. Y., where he painted his first pictures He later removed to New York and lr 1849 was elected a member of the Na? tional Academy. In 18r>3 and 1857 he w8s in South Africa and there he gath? ered much material for later paintings, JAPANESE ART. fhoy tVlp*il Ip tbe Uloi'tl and Said !?* More About lt. "From Sea to Sea." hy Rudyard Kip? ling: Long ago a great-hearted king rame to Nikko river and looked across it the trees, upstream at the torrent md the hills whence it came, and rlownstream at the softer outlines of the crops arid spurs of wooded moun? tains. "It needs only a dash of color in the foreground to bring this all to? gether," said he, and he put a little child In a blue and white dr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 June 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND C0UNTY, VA.. JUNE 15. 1900. NO. 2.'). SPENT BY CONGRESS. |lgares as Shown by a> Statement I'n pared Ky Mr. Allison, of Sonata Coin ? nlltee, and by Mr. Cannon, of Houso Committee. Washington. (Speotal.) -A carefully pr Dared statement on the appropriations of tl session was made by Senator Allison, chai [man of the Senate Committee on Appropri [tiona, aftd Chairman Cannon, of the Hou f ^ommJttee on Appropriations. In accordau *vitlt custom. The statement says: "The appropriations made by the first 9? sion of tho Fifty-sixth Congress amount $709,729,476. This sum includes $131,24' 155 estimated to be on account of or iucide to the late war with Spain, and deducting the remaining amount?$578.482,321?repi sents the ordinary appropriations made f the support of tho government during tl session. ?'It will be observed that, niter deductii tho amounts estimated to baye been appr f>riated on account pf or inclclent to tho w "with Spain, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 June 1900

IOHLAND Terms, fl.00 a Year in A Issued eVen Fri lav ctci TV. XI. aMTA.TIH33Mne' ? ' " at- :r r ted at the Mo Monterey, V. . Wit ii Croaker lo look fl renter New \ rk, and rfi look ali rr i I state, bol ts pt' loyally wit] won) iJ I " ' ? ? ocrats are jjfmll iii \nj\jnni\ an ?sj Democratic TVlefe v i House <<a . . the 21st day i?J fag of tl ? County for '.'. ? derogates ? of the V'\h C< . which will be I Va. mi August : '. candidate I r tentatives y. il] Be noni ted. all Dem< ? ! Dont | It The Dei I meet: select deh gates I al conviuti ill 1 boori] (court dat ) Highland D ? hand. The den irs county we are i the wisaora of thr< strength I ?i J pr< it has beon th< ai of the to return congr . . term or longer if tl ."?? ? ability a;:d ure in oth?j| i worthy, and tbev can Bod nt SOU made in thia as our i-.|i measured up to thi - Mis record ! i that of a and conservative statesman. He has to bia credit, people bave not fa!'. reclaiming or! t lie district is the desir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 June 1900

rr^r* Highland Recrodbk hi LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Miss Emma McClinlij is visiting Monterey friends. Mr. S. li. Sieg has gone to Staun . ton. J. M. Colaw Esq. lias returned from Rich mond. Mrs. Otho Gum and Mr. Henry Slaven were in town Monda}, Mr. B. H. Blagg who has been bick is able to be out again. Mr. J. E. Lunsford of Top Alle ghany spent Tuesday in town. Best roller shades Hoc, curtains scrim 5c at Bishop's. Mr. S. G. I)ever of Mill Gap waa to see us Saturday while in town. A. T. Newman Esq. of Crabbot? tom was in town Mond.iv ou busi? ness. Miss Ella Craig of Chariest';!:. W. Va. is with her sister Mrs. B. B. Sieg. Mr. and Mrs. George Bussard I and Mr. Charles Gibbo of Polar] were up Saturday. Misses Barbara and Maggie Rani-IF mer of Pendleton were in Monterey j p recently, Messrs. N. B. Woods and J. C. j Harold were in town Tuesday on j business. The Bud Niel case was continu? ed on account of the abs...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 June 1900

A Lesson. "Henrietta!" said Mr. Meekton, as he paused on the front step, "could you remember what lt was you said yesterday when you so properly re? proved me for leaving the door open?" "I think I can. Rut I hope I shall not have occasion to use it again." "Could you give me the exact tones and the gestures?" "Yes." "Well. 1 wish you would. 1 have an office boy who leaves the door open continually, and If you could teach me to make that speech it would certainly be a great help to me In my business." From louisville, Kv. "I take off my hat to a 50c. box ol Tetterine. It has cured me of a loug etandiug skin disease, which doctors in eeven states failed to cure. May the manufactiuei live long and continue to make such a blessing to humanity. W C. Cantrell." 50c. at druggists or by mail from J. T. Shuptrine, Savan? nah. Gu. sparnr.h Proverb". Proverbs uncomplimentary to the fair sex are common in Spain: "A woman like a pavement should be well trampled on to keep In order." "A woman is...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 June 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 22, 1900. NO. 20. AN OPERATOR'S CARELESSNESS. It Caused a Collision Near Atlanta Tuc Killed and Several Injured. Atlanta. Ob., (8peclal.)?A northbound passenger train on the Southern Railway collided with an incoming accommodation, near Belt Junotton, five miles from Atlanta. Both trains were well filled and running thirty-five miles an hour when they came together. Killed.?Reuben R. Mayfield, engineer of accommodation train; Benjamin Davis, brakeman. Injured?William N. Haync, Atlanta, fireman; W. A. Sharp, Greenville, 8. C.; Miss Davies, Fainesville, Ga.. W. C. Daris, Atlanta, engineer; Robert McBride, fireman; Julius Wilhelt, Atlanta, express messenger; J. H. MeGregory, Atlanta, ex? press messenger; J. H. MeGregory, Atlanta, baggagemaster, severe internal injuries. Engineer Mayfield applied the air brakes when he saw the northbound train rounding a curve, and stood at his post. Tbe wreck was caused by tbe failure of...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 June 1900

IV. irrT.-Ka^x... Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav evcninpbv W. SC. ?MLATttTjtt^r, Entered at the Monterey post office as second class mutter. Monterey, Va., Friday, June 23, 1000. The twrcii I ig li bod in China may y _set the world on fire. The nations ^_, are hurrying there, like wolve* . around a dying deer, each wafting for its share, lt is easy enough to overthrow the Chinese government, but when it conic to dividing iii*? spoil, there will he troftble. i The democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is sending out , a list of ttrust controlled goods. which have been, ns a res alt raised ?V" in price; also a table showing that I the farmers of tne country are pay? ing one-third more for everything j thev consume, than they were dav-' i ... . . i . ing when the republican adminis-i : tration assumed power, while they have lost since March 4, 1S07, by I I the decline of prices ia farm pro . ducts, the enormous siim of ?2,000,-J , 000,000. ( The National Repu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 June 1900

.Highland Reckodjsk ?^_j_i_? *^_._?_ LOCAL NEWS. PERSON AL. JJricf Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. W H Vance, Esq. and daughter, were in town Wednesday. Ice cream served at Mrs. 0. Wil* Avon's every Saturday evening from C to 9 o'clock. One of Mr. Morgrn Armctrong,s, ""^Cbildren, of the Uiver, a little girl * about, two years old died on Mon .day. ?-. ' The Wi,ird Plow lias proved to be'tbe best for this country. Yon can get them at, J A Whitelaw's. } Mr. Joseph A. Miner started ^Tuesday lor Durbin, on the new rail road where, if sufficient inducements are offered he will operate his team. ^L Mrs. C. L. Borst of Hut na, Cul pepper countv, arrived here on Sat? urday to visit ber sister Mrs.Aman Canipbell and otln-r relatives. Mr."0al. Snyder of Crabbottom visited Monterey's inhabitants pret? ty generally last Tuesday. Hon. C. P. Jones is engaged this week at Franklin in a term of court. The Sites murder casa in which he is chief attorney for the...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 June 1900

REV. DR.JALMAGE. THE EMINENT DIVINE'S SUNDA V DISCOURSE. / Subject: Chrlut Oar Refuge ? 4 Metung* of Comfort. Coimnenclina the Behav? ior of the Disciples to Those Vf ho Ar? Burdened With Sorrow. [Copyright lam] Washington, D. C.?Dr. Talmage, in the following disc. urse. which he hasse ; for publication this week, gives a prescrip? tion for all anxiety and worriment, and illustrates the divine sympathy for all who are in any kind of struggle. Thc te::t is Matthew xiv, IS, "And His disciples went and told Jesus.'' An outrar?ous assassination had just taken place. To appease a revengeful woman King Herod ordered the death ol that noble, seif-sacriru.ng prophet,. John the lia pt isl. Thc group ol thc disciples v ere thrown into grief and dismay. They felt themselves utterly defenseless. There was no authority to which they ould op peal, and yet grief must always find ex? pression. If there be no human ear to near it, then the agonized soul will cry it aloud to tbe winds and the woods a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 29 June 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 29, 1900. NO. 27. REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. Some Stirring Scenes in the Quaker City, mckinley and roosevelt. Roosevelt Had Some Hope of Avoiding Nomination?He Receives an Ovation In the Convention Hall?A Fire of Criticism ls Also ll< nrri M< Klnlev's Name Evokes Great Enthusiasm?Wolcott Reviews Tarty's Record?Senator Hanna's Wel? come to the Delegates. Philadelphia, (Special.)-Without a dis? senting vote tba} Republican National Con? vention ratified tbe nominations of William McKinley, of Ohio, for President, and of Theodore Roosevelt, of New York, for Vice President of the United States. Tbe nominating speech for McKinley was m?de by Senator Joseph B Foraker, of Chlo. Seconding speech's wero made by Governor Roosevelt; Senator John M. Thur? ston, of Nebraska; John W. Yerkes, of Ken? tucky; Governor Knight, of California, and Governor James W. Mount, of Indiana. Roosevelt was put In nomination for Vioe Piesident by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 29 June 1900

l-_*~*****MmaammmWWmwm*?miammmwaaam iEfiG HLANb^IlECOKDEl [ ..; ,_______ Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. ? ? I ,-1-r-?-'-^? Issued everv Fridav cveninpbv w. kc. iv_.A/r_*:Bi\r_% ?TCaCTO-M ___T__ 1=-_-___-_ ~I-=_-T?. ?Entered at the Monterey poptoftlce i jr . secoud class matter. . -i;,.------- ?? Monterey, Va., Friday, June 29, 101 It is McKinley and Roosev* and Brynn and -. This govern men I", seems to verv anxious to "et tang)sd up the Chinese puzzle. New York capitalists have a pr ject to erect a steel plant ni. Bas j City to cost ?2.000.000. ' Theodore Roosevelt, nominee f Vice-president, expects to make vigorous campaign in the Wes where .he formerly lived. Both the Army nnd the Nai Departments has issued orders to ?number of officers in their respe ? tive departments to go to Mani) which fact gives rise to (lie sn 'pieion that the W over nm* nt rs pp paring for eventualities in China. Brother Dickey on theConventio !' ul see,"'said Brother Dickey,'-di de 'piiblikinsen sinners ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 29 June 1900

j***mm** . gui ? ^m-wm*. Highland Reckode LOCAL NEWS. m-g*~Bsm-?-??aaaammB PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Hoi Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr. and Mrs Geo W Colaw w< in town trading Tuesday. Miss Lena Somers visited Mon r?*y friends recently. Good rice at Bishop's for 5c. Mr. E. S. Kincaid was in to I us Wednesday, Miss Emma McClintic is visiti friends at Hendricks, W. Va. Rev Mr Smith of Crabbottom on a trip East. -? Mr Howard Wilfong was in Mc day lo renew his subscription. Mr Wellington Bird was up Mo day. Mies Nannie Sterrett of Crabbe tom spent Momlay night wi friends in Monterey. Mr W H Hiner of Green H cilled and renewed his subscri tion Tuesday. Best roller shades 35c, curtail scrim 5c at Bishop's, Mr. C. C. Hansel who has bee in business at. Hot Springo for considerable time, is now nt h home at McDowell. The sale of property, blacksmit tools &c, of A. M. Girard, dec' will take place at McDowell o July 7th. A new line of buggy whips, fl nets, gi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 29 June 1900

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