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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 14 September 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER lt. 1900. NO. 38. * # t?_- t~~ n?ai v ci ot; > FRIENDS. We who have lived so many days and have So many uneventful days lo jive, The pity ot it, that Ave dare not give, Out of them all, just one. when I and you Might meet as comrades meet with clasp of hand And much to tell and to remember, and Much to be glad and sorry for?we two. Shall we choose summer for our day to t* * dawn? 'A day of sun md little winds that fltet Through woodland ways like touch of dryad's feet? Shall we go wandering thc pithr we knew, Aimles.* as tn.ant children, with the gay ' Glad talk that suits a stolen holiday, Tdlcst of happy vagabonds?we two'' Or shall our day come when the winter ?avow Slips at the pane and blurs the land from sight. And ull the hearth is glorious with light That dances on old prints and tankards v* blue, , And all the books we cherish over-well Shall lie beside us while Ave sit and tell Old rhymes, old talcs, ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 14 September 1900

&*Ui ???*$=_.=-? |lllGHLAND RECOKDER. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. lasaed every Friday eveningbv *?0=T?3*? A.1TJ^ t*JJ-aBX-tSSi3Sn?. Euteied ai .tin* Monterey postofflce as ' second class matter.' I Monterey, Vs., Friday, Sept. 14, 1900. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President, WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, v V of Nebraska. For Vice President, ADLAI E. STEVENSON. of Illinois. i i .'' ?' ? >* FOR CONGRESS-TENTH DJSTiilCT 1 ' H. D. FLOOD,' '' ''' of Apdomatlo*. ' Election day. Tuesday, Nov. G, 1900 j ?*??????? j.in.iii I 1 Those who' are "Well-i lifo ribed politically, fcndw'n that Mr. Mc? Kinley W(A *'faYW* election to the gold democrats/ That is why the accumulating' evidence" tl)aiT the H'bulk of the gold democratic vote s going to he Cast foY'firyan and ?yrenson this year is so distnrh Wr to the- McKinley managers. They know that tho gold demo? crats have it in their power to' elect the democratic ticket. Until with? in the past week, the republicans have denied that Col. Bry...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 14 September 1900

illGHLAND REC^ODJ^ LOCAL NEW?. PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. W Price Campbell of Valley .Center was h?*re Saturday. Mrs {Samuel Ervin of Williams? ville is visiting;her niece, Mrs S J ..Carson. Those who forget to pay us a visit on county court day will be given an opportunity to do so on circuit court day, Sept. 28th. Mr John Cobb has returned from ,the lumber camp at Hambleton, W. Va. Mrs Ada McLaughlin ?of Jack? sons river who bas been quite sick is improving. - E II McCriutic. guardian for Hunter Shumate wi'll r.eut his in? terest in the ('ross lands at .West Augusta., .on $fipt..JJ>th. Remember that the da.te of the - fall tenn of our ^.jccuit ..court has been changed from ^OctA3.-^p tpept. 23th. Dunsmure Business -College at Staunton, kgau Hs W session, Sept. 1st under most-favorable au? spices. The increas** in attendance is 80 per cent, over last year, which is a wonderful growth. Natures Remedy Co.\No.-2. un? der t...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 14 September 1900

IO _WI REV, DRJALMAGE. TRI BM1MKJ.T DIVINM SUNDA! DISCOURSE. Subject: T.easont tu Be Learned From tit. Three Crosaea?On ni-fht Unbelief and ltetnorae, on Left Penitence and Con? tent, Jn the Centre Everina!Ing Love. (Cop-zrlKlit num.1 Washinoton, D. C. ? The famous paintings in the picture galleries of Mu; nirh seem to have suggested the topic of thia discourse, which Dr. Talmage sends from the quaint Bavarian town, ont the theme which inspired the painters awak? ens in the great preacher thoughts of the redemption of the human race, which was the supreme design of that scene of suffering and death. Thc text is Luke xxiii, 33, "There they crucified Him and the malefactors, one on thc right hand and the othev on the left.-' ?lust outside of Jerusalem is a swell ol ground, toward which a crowd are ascend inf. for it is the day of execution. What a nighty a^emblage! Some for curiosity to hear what the malefactors will say and to see how thty will act. The three per? sons to bc executed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 September 1900

\ \ HIGHLAND RECORDER NO. 39. VOT.. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER 21,1900. ?iiianriitf* rno nCAIT $8.00 Pair of Tires for Only $3.95 WHEN WE'LLALL BE GOOD. I don't know when the dey will come, Hut you nm! I, we know That after awhile our good resolves Will into being grow. borne day, when we both have the time, We'll cast our bunts away, 'And you'll be good, and I'll be go*-' "" Well all be good, some day, i We'll run our business affair* With thought of fellow-men. Foi' we will let our good intent (Jo into action then. We'll make our friends all happier, N And life will really pay; For you'll be good, and I'll he good? We'll all be goori, some day. ? borne dav?of coom, it's 'way ahcaii? But I know, so do you. That some day we will take a linn, And try the good ;>.nd true. We'll do om- best for other iolks, Thc world will be more lair, ? And you'll be good, and I'll be good, When.we've the time to sparc. ? -Josh Wink, in Bait hr ore American. The Hand glass. By ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 September 1900

nd Recorder. s, tl.^0 a Year in Advance. Issued every Pridav crexiias:>>v ?aiss-rosa ,A.rr:3 *p*t/s?i-a'-s"e*r?. pnteied at the Monterey portofflcea* 'second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday,'Sept 21,. 1000, I NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET F^r "President, WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vice President, ADLAI E. STEVENSON, of Illinois. I FOR CONGRESS-TENTH DISTRICT >>V ' ' II. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox. <. _ Election day. Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1900. Strait Creek Items. Lu {B} My s keen.fl nearest as I th Sorrow as 1 "wi The uiid lo nc cv;st em pi) Vacant the eli tion i en tere ?drift*. in th*3 at li is tires j Tl Fo: they tion I a ste: of G< inga eil. 1 iftet thou heav JaaV fiftni mar its f I was oe n wise was Bid aWi the a Farmers are busy cutting corn M*[ii and sowing wheat. Mr A \V Beverage of this place pent Sunday night with his hugh Mr Coe Beverage of Back Creek. Messrs Jesse Waggoner and Clay Sponaugle have gone "to Chatta ?nooga Tenn, where they expect to ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 September 1900

Jl9.} im-lil jKllGlILASD REC^GIMSB LOCAL MEWS. f PERSONAL. .Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends , And Acquaintances. Prof. at his Y ing th .weekt< his wo; Semins Mr spent E Mrs J ness w markei Mrs I >Mrs fi W Crummett has pone -North to(purchase fall stock. Mr. Peter Arbogast, medical stu- j was di dent, returned this week to the University of Va., accompanied by bis family. Mr James >Powell of Staunton .was in Monterey Tuesday. Mrs B E Fleisher and children arc visiting relatives at Travelers (Repose. Someone left an umbrella in , this office. The owner can get it (by calling. Sam Dock's show had been pain? fully docked before it reached Monterey. A plank kiln containing 10,000 .feet of lumber, belonging to Mr. Joseph Hull was burned -lust week. Mr W T Townsend called to see us Tuesday. Mr Uriah Hevener of Crabbot? tom was in town Tuesday. He will jil ot go to school this winter. Miss Carrie Campbell and Eva Priest of Franklin are visiting rela? tives...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 September 1900

jj-, jg:_ijttl REV. DR. TALMAGE. TUB EMINENT DITIKE'S SUNDA? DI8COUKSaV Subject: Nation. Aro J ixl ced?God lie wanla and ranlaliea Timm on Kurili? OotVa Jndeinenta Likened to ilia Sn ill Sweep of a. Kazor. (Co py rig lit wo i.l Washington. D. C.?Dr. Ldinage. in his journey weat ward through Eurone, has recently visited semes of thrilling his torie events. He sends this sermon, in which he shows that nations are judged in this world, and that ({od rewards them for their virtues and punishes them for their crimes. Thc text is Isaiah vii. 20. "In the same day shall thc Lord shave with a razor that ia hired, namely, fay dcm beyond thc river, by the king ol Assyria.' Th" Bible is the oldest book ever writ? ten. There are no similitudes in Onion OT thc Iliad or the Odyssey so daring. Its ima,ny sunctimcs seems on thc verge of the reckless, but only seems so. The fart ia that God wou'd startle and moimi arid firopel men and nations. A tame and ironing similitude would fail to accom? plish ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 September 1900

^ HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER 28.1900. NO. 40. DROUTH. Head! dead! all dead beside the drouth Vnirnt brook. Shrouded in moss or in the shriveled grass; Where waved their bells,?from which the wild-bee shook The dew-drop once,?gaunt, in a night? mare mass. The rank weeds crowd; through whit li the cattle pass, Thirsty and lean, seeking some mengre spring, Closed in with thorns on which stray bits of wool Thc panting sheep have left, that sought trie cool. From morn to evening dearily wandering. No bird is heard; no throat lo whistle awake The sleepy hush; to let its music leak, Tbe bot sunflowers by the glaring pike Lift shields of sultry brass; the teasel tops. l'ink-tbornoil. advance with bristling spike on spike jj Against the furious sunlight. Field and copse i! Are sick wita summer; now, with breathless stops. The locusts cymbal; now grasshoppers beat ' Their castanets; and rolled in dust, a i team ? jj Like some mean life lost in its s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 September 1900

i*irr\tMtmmm*mi?m*mu i nwmiinii ?-Sis.''- * - [LAND ItECOKDEK. 1 *?rn?> - ? .00 a Year in Advance J 'i Issued crerv Fridav -ver.i-^bv Jnifcud at the Monterey nostotViee as second blast matter. Monterey, Va., Fridav, Sept 28, linn. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President, WILLIAM JENNINGS BUY AN, of Nebraska. For Vice President, ADLAI E. STEVENSON, of Illinois. FOR CONGRESS-TENTH DISTRICT ? n. i). | lood, ? cf Appomattox. Election day, Tuesday, Nov. ii, 1900 Hon.,Dominick I. Murphy, Ex Commiatioii' of Pensions painte/i this picture of Murk Hanna and his method*: "You never hear him pn.ting of his reliance on Divine Providence to curry wis party through Bli election. He is thc type ot' the"buccanneer ami the free hooter in politic-!. He bluntly pun it .that money is the essential thing. in this campaign let us hope and pray that Mr Hanna and his fellow manipulators all spend their money in vain, lint let us do 'more than hope mid pray; let na work from this time 6fi until ('.ie po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 September 1900

^IlGHLAKD KECKOPEB LOCAL NEWS. PEBRONAL. jBrief Items of In ter est to Home Folks About Tlwir Friends A:;:! Acquaintances. Mr Tate Hiner bat returned to N Durbin. Pel er. Gum Esq. and son Dennis ,were in town Wednesday. Mrs Isaac Waggoner snd son, Mr...Jolin Waggoner snd wife of {Crabbottom. spent some time in . town Wednesday. Mr Arthur Arbogast will spent the winter at Italy Texas, where he had until recently made his home for several year. Rev. Jobfl Huff left this week for his old home in Bedford coun? ty, where ho will spend a couple weeks. E. M. Arbogast, Eso,. came in from West Va. Wednesday to at vtcnd circuit eonit. Mr. John S. Eryineof McDowell .passed through town Wednesday with a lot of sheep. Cattle and sheep have commenc? ed to move out to market. The most fancy lot of big cattle we have seen pass this way, was L. It. Stephenson's, which was being shipped by Mr. rotter. An umbrella lett in our office.! We advertised the fact. Next morning owner came, and was hap? py. D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 September 1900

School Map* tn Mindanao. While comparatively new maps o Singapore, Hongkong, Tokyo anc other oriental cities, showing In detal the streets and public works, are hun; upon the walls, the youthful scholar ii Mindanao, Philippine Islands, has t< depend upon a large map of the west ern hemisphere for his information at to the United States. While in man] respects the maps are excellent, the] utterly fail to conrey the slightest in telligence respecting the country whos< people are now so closely related t< them. t Trouble with the Signal,. One of the chief subjects of the dis etission among the captains and mas ters of vessels is the difference be tween thc Canadian and Americai marine rules which govern navigator in Canadian water during fogg; weather. The signal used, accordinj to the Canadian rules during fog, ii r re long blast of the whistle, to b< 1 'own at short intervals, or the ringing (i a bell. The American signal ii three short blasts. WtOO Itcnnril. ?10(>. Th...

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

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER 5.1900. NO. 41. SONG OF THE SWORD. I remember thc day that she hung me I here On the wall by the musket's side And kissed my blade with a reverent touch For the honor of him who died; I heard her say that I served him well, And he trusted his life to me As he grasped my hilt with his daring hand j..'And we swung to the victory. She came to me in the dark alone, As the long years fluttered by, 'And I heard her song and I felt her kiss And I thrilled to lier tender sigh; I knew that she saw us in visions sweet When the bugles blew to the charge !And he swung me forth to the gleaming sun \, And 1 swept through the human targe. She came one day when he. locks were , gray, ^ And took me from the wall; She wiped the rust of her tears away, For again rang the bugle call; She laid my hilt in a stalwart hand? ily master's son, I knew, And the drums awoke and thc troops i marched by, I And the trumps of the battle blew! I le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 October 1900

'J :';.ASi> ItKCOKDER. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav -.vening by W.H. MATHENY, ?rEntered at the Monterey postofiicc as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Oct. 5, 1900. RATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President, WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vice President, ADLAI E. STEVENSON, of Illinois. jFOR CONGRESS-TENTII;J)IS'riRICT H. D. FLOOD, tcf Appomattox. ^Election day. Tuesday, Nov. (i, 190Q. Democratic Speaking. Hon. J M Quarles will address (the voters of Highland county at .the following times and places. Liberty School House, Oct. 17, ?7.30 p.m. .^ ^Monterey, Oct. 18, 1 p. in, Crabbottom, Oct. 18, 7:30 p.m. Valley Center, Oct. 19, 7.30 ?" j Doe Hill, Oct. 20, 7.30 p. m. It is desired that there be a good .attendance at these meetings. 3 B Sieg, Ch ai rm au. A Knock-out Blow. lu his speech at Blair, Neb. on <the 27th ult., Mr. Bryan said that apparently Chairman Hauna and .Governor Roosevelt wire not har? monious ou the trust question, fo...

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

IIlGlELAftD R-EQiQDJElU LOCAL MEWS. Pt/UNONAL. .BriefItems of Interest io Home .Folks About Their Friends .And Acquaintances. 'Mr A-ST Davis and daughter, 'Missoula spent a couple of nights duringcourt with tba family of Mr. L. A.. Carie hoff. Henry A. Slaven, land surveyor, Meadow Dale, has a card in this ?issue offering his services to the people. Mr J as Moomaw and wife of .Green Bunk visited Mrs Mooni a w's (brother, Mr. Davis Peterson, re? cently. .J A Whitelaw, Esq. left on Wed? nesday for-the .North to I.uv fall stock for his store. Dr and Mrs ;l H Trio hie and ? daughter Miss Maude returned the fatter part of hist week from a visit to Mrs Trimble's home at New Market. A nice line of gray and black Xady Smith hats at .Mrs Trimble's. Bishop and Shumate's store at jStaunton was broken into a few nights ago and $20 in money taken therefrom. L. C. Alphin, Proprietor of "Hotel Alphin", Hot Springs. Va. desires to contract with a reliable .dealer to furnish him produce, the year ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 October 1900

CURES BLOOD POISON. Trial Treatment Fro?. Permanent cure guaranteed by uslnj 4 to 16 bottles of B. B. B. Have yoi Aches and Pains In the Bones and Joints 0leers, Offensive Eruptions, Boils, Scrof ula. Sore Mouth, Gums or Throat Falling Hair, Swellings, Cancer, Itchinj fkin, Copper Colored Sores, Catarrh Kheumatism? Then B. B. B. heah every sore, makes the blood pure an< rich and stops every ache and pair Cures when all else falls. B. B. B. teste< 20 years. Druggists, $1. Trial treat' ment free, by writing Blood Balm Co. li Mitchell street, Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and medical advice free. Refore the next tourist season open the Swiss railway from Spiez to Fou ti Sen will be completed. How's This ? We offer Orin Hundred Dollars Reward foi ?stir f:\^ of Catarrh that cannot be cured bj Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Chunky tl Co., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known P.J. Che D v fur the last LS ream, tvnd believe him por I'.?-th-honorable in all business transactions r ! ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 October 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. OCTOBER 12.1900. NO. 12. THE LIGHT_ON THE WAY. Sorrow co . ing up thc slope Coming right aloiijr; Listen to tho belle of Hope,? ,We'll drown her with a song! Swinging, Kinging;? 'Listen to their singing! Sorrow's only for a day; Hope is lighting up the way! Not in darkness do wc grope; When the storm strikes strong Listen to the bells of Hope, Drown it with a song! Swinging, Hinging;? Listen to their singing! Sorrow's only for a day: Hope is lighting up thc way! Hear the world's heart throb and beat As she rolls along! Thorns but make the roses sweet,? Drown 'em with a song! Swinging, Ringing;? Listen to their singing! Sorrow's only for a day: Hope is lighting ap thc way! ?Atlanta Constitution. O0G0OG0C0Q000C0030C0D00CCQ I TWO HOME COMINGS. ? o - a O Uv Annie Hamilton Donnell. Q 8 0 QQ0CC0G0OGO2OQ00OOC0OGO0O IT wits ono of Scarecrow's poorest days. They were till poor. There wore seldom many errands to clo, and never, neve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 October 1900

vND UECOKDEK.;Thi Terras, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued eTerv FridaT eveningbv e=:to? .a.2TJ=> yyasx-xssxjpia. JEnteicd at the Monterey postoffice ap second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Oct 12, .1900. .NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President, .WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vice President, ADLA I E. STEVENSON, o,f Illinois. JPOR CONGRESS-TENTH DISTRICT II. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox. Election clay. Tuesday, Nov. 0,1900. Democratic Speaking. Hon. J M Queries will address ^the voters of Highland county at the following tunes and places. Liberty School House, Oct. 17, ,7.30 p. rn. Al on tere v. Oct. 18, 1 p. rn. Crabbottom, Oct. J8, 7:30 p.m. Valley Center, Oct. 19,7.30 ." Doe Hill, Oct. 20, 7.30 p. m. lt is desired that there be a good attendance ut these meeting?. S 15 Sie*r, Chairman. And Yet lt Qom on. The report of the capture of CO men of the 29th U. SS. Infantry, on the island of Marindiiqne, P. I., has been confirmed. w Fourteen and a Half Millions Lost i F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 October 1900

*rf._ Highland I&ihuodkk LOCAL NEWB. PBBNONAL iBrief Items of Intei ext to Hom* .Folks About Their Friend* And Acquaintance. jCapt.:S. A. Giimore was pp Fri ,day, last. Robert .Ruff h attending tl; .Hightown High-School. Hezekiah Middleton of Crabbot tom was in (own recently. Mr. Mike Matheny wm in towi recently on business. Mr and Mrs Andy J. Leverage ? of Straight Creek, spent Sunda \With Mrs. Beverage's parents nea Hightown. Last Friday seemed to be a but j -day at the Highland Too sty Baal; us a number of our big cattle mn Jiad business there, and to see Ott* of them running around this timi of year you may declare he has i -"""" "wad" in his inside pocket. Mr Ira Simmons of Crabbot.ton returned Thursday from abusiues; trip to Bath county. Mr Lloyd Sullenberger st-.rtec in this week as clerk for Trimble A id Longford. Messrs Peter and Otho Gum ol Meadow Dale made a business tii| ;to town Tuesday. Mrs Stimuel Sullenberger upenl a part of the week at Franklin visiting friends....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 October 1900

Mechanism of the Carp. Peoplo marvel at the mechanism of th? human body, with its 492 bone* and 60 arteries. But man ls simple In this respect compared with the carp. That remarkable fish moves no fewer than 4,386 bones and muscles every time it breathes. It has 4,320 veins, to say nothing of its 99 muscles. Honorary Degree from Austria. Simon Newcomb, the American as? tronomer, has had an honorary degree conferred on him by one of the leading Austrian universities. Notes From tbe Paris Ix po.ti ion. "The Singer Manufacturing Com? pany, of 149 Broadway, New York, show their usual American enterprise by having a very creditable exhibit located in Group XIII., Class 79, at tbe Paris International Exposition, where they show to great advantage the cel? ebrated Singer Sewing-Machine which ls used in every country on the globe, both for family use and for manufac? turing purposes. The writer was highly pleased with this display and observed with much satisfaction that it was favorably co...

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