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Highland recorder. (Monterey, Highland County, Va.) 1877-1972, January 13, 1893, Image 2

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Highland Uecokdek.
Terms: f. .'.50 a Ye-r in Advance.
Issued every Friday evening by
EDITOR
HR.
W. II. Ifathenj, ?SS?
Entered at the Monterey postoi"P?-e as
second class matter.
Monteuky, Va., Friday Lin. 1$ 1S9!5
Heme Cold Bays.
It is not unusual these days to
tiear expressions about the severity
of the weather and the long con?
tinuation of the present cold terni.
Some say they never saw the like.
Others say they well remember the
exceedingly cold weather of the
winter 1855-6; that there was then
much more snow on the ground
than is now; that it snowed for
nine consecutive Sundays and thir?
ty-four intermediate week days;
that feed became so scarce that
many persons in this county hav?
ing exhausted their supply of fo?
rage, were driven to the necessity
of browsing their cattle to prevent
their dying of starvation; that the
sugar* orchard ou the Dinwiddie
place was one of many cut down
then for browning purposes; thai
during this severe weather tiie snow
and ice so blockaded the 8, & P.
road on Cheat mountain as to ren?
der it impassible, a graphic descrip?
tion of which was embraced in the
t famous report of J. I. A. Trotter
to the post-office department at
Washington, he then having the
contract for carrying the mail by
stage from Staunton to Beverly.
If this description of the cold
spell of the winter of 1S55-6 be
true it cannot be truthfully said
that the weather, as we now have
it, is unprecedented. Moreover, it
shows the forgetfulness of persons
as to the character of weather long
past.
Ileiive It a Conspiracy.
Loudon, December 29.?The au?
thorities appear to be so thorough?
ly convinced that th? Dublin ex?
plosion by which Detective Syn
nott lost his life, wo-. part of the
work of a band of conspirators,
that they have sent a detective to
Biarritz to keep guard over Mr.
Gladstone and protect him from
outrage. Mr. Gladstone has not
been wade aware of the precaution
taken, as it is known that he would
resent any protection of the kind
should he be aware of it. Home
Secretary Asquith is also protected
when he goes out in public by a
detective in civilian attire, who
keeps uear euough to interfere in
the event of an attack upon As?
quith. In view of all the precau?
tions taken, the opinion prevails
that tlie authorities' are in posses
lion of definite and important in?
formation as to the existence of a
, formidable dynamite conspiracy.
The cigarrelte trust is one of the
clofiest and tightest monopolies in
ir* existence, lt has even the re?
tail dealers in its grasp, employ?
ing a regular secret detective sys?
tem, and voe betide him who nells
other than the trust's article.
TO OPPOSE CLEVELAND.
* -
WjLSHLSaTOX, .'an. 7.?As extra?
ordinary as the proposition might]
be, there is a possibility of a fight)
on the part of some of the demo-1
erats in the Senate against the con-'
tirmation of one of Cleveland's cab-'
inet appointments when they are
sent in.
Hill and some of the other anti
Cleyelund men in the Senate regard
it as not ii,.possible that Mr. Fair?
child or Carl Schurz, or some oth
er mugwump or ?'anti-snapper"
really objectionable to them, will j <
be appointed t? a cabinet positior,'
and they wil[ resist the confirma?
tion. They have talked the mat?
ter over among themselves, and
though easton) forbids opposition 'c
to the confirmation of the cabinet, I j
they believe that ibey are strong j
enough to ignore it. There are alt
great many senators who talk j t
boldly about what they will do and | a
how independent they will le of lc
the administration, and how they I
viii resent any attempt on the part' e
of Cleveland to interfere with their j e
tflairs, who. when it comes to the f
rub. will be lamblike and acquies-lj
cent.
Will That Liar Ever be For?
given.
.dsHTiLi.Fa. N. C., January 5
Two correspondents sent by the j ^
Citizen to Bakersvilie, N. C., Wed?
nesday, returned here tonight worn
out and disgusted, having traveled
nearly iou miles with ii uses and iq
a eontinuous gnow storm. They
pay there has been no trouble what?
ever at Rakers vi Ile, nor is there rea?
son to expect any.
-*s-**~^..m aa
Virginia has had only thies rep-,
resentati'ves iu tbe cabinet since j*
I84U- W. B. Proton, Secretary ci!e:
the Navy, by appointment of Pres.- ai
dent Taylor; A. li. Stuart, Sccreta- bi
ry of the Interior, under Fillmore; I (jj
and J. B. Floyd, Secretary of the'afl
War under Buchanan ] ^e
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BURtfSjftlLlP1
Miss Lizzie Folks spent a few
daiflftait week with her aunt, Mrs.
Ruler, ef Jackson's river.
Mrs. Jennie Dressier and chil?
dren, of Covington, are visiting he?,
mother, Mrs. Burns.
^ Mr. and Mrs. Eal;le. of McDow?
ell, were at her home a short time
since.
Miss Lizzie Jackson is visiting
her sister at McDowell.
Miss Annie Uar outr has returned
home from Bolar. ^
Mrs. D. C. Harouff is visftSg hm.
mother at lier home on Back Creek.
H. A. Folks of, Jacksons river,
spent a short time in Burnsville on
his wav to visit relations at L>etr
fleld. "
Geo. Hutter, of W. Ya., and
Messrs Wayne and Jonas ({evener,
of High town, recently visited rela?
tions and friends of this place.
Wm. Woodzelle, of Cleeks Mill,
pu id a flying visit to his son of this
place.
The quarterly meeting was held
at this place on Ne* Year's and
the following day. The presiding
elder was present.
Mrs. Sally Wright, after a pro?
tracted illness died recently at her
home near Ft. Lewis.
Wesley Jackson died at his home
on the 3rd inst. He was a kind
and affectionate father and hus
>at*d, and his many friends offer
sympathy to tjie bereaved family.
John Swadley spent a short time
with relations in Highland this
week.
Wa wish tho editor a New Year
lilied with
Sparkling Sr n h e a ms.
CRABBOTTOM.
Crabbottom, Va., Jan. 2, 1893.?
The Xmas tree at Central church
hst Friday night was quite a suc?
cess, The beautiful tree was load?
ed down with the sweets of life, and
the delight of the little boys mid
girls was amusing to behold. Rev.
C. W. Mark made an excellent ad?
dress before the presents were dis?
tributed. He dealt principally up?
on the advantages of the Sunday
schools.
We understand tnat S. H. Ral?
ston lias bought out the Cunning
hum property at the lower end of
town.
Jas. Anderson has moved his
family in with David Snyder.
A. P. Arbogast who has been af?
fected with heart disease for some
time i> now under treatment of
Dr. Williams, who has lately lo?
cated at Hightown.
Somebody tried to burn down
Ihe Brick Church school-house
Monday a week. The same school?
house was burned down before.
Dan'l Colaw had a turkey roust
Christmas day.
G. A. Nicholas is sick at this
writing.
J no. Rexrode's little child died
las/ week.
Mrs. Movers, of Dry Run, died
last Saturday a week.
J. D. Rexfode nearly froze to
death on the night of the 23rd of
December.
Little "Will and Arthur" were
each promised a holiday present.
Soon this Conference year will
be past and our pieaclier unpaid.
Wake up, ye* stewards, and give an
account of your stewardship. Our
preacher is wortby ot' ins hire.
Western blizzards are frequent
in the Bottom?3 and i degrees
below' zero.
Thomas Waggoner and Minnie
Simmons, both of Strait Creek,
were married at tiie M. E. parson?
age, Wednesdav, the 28th ult. by
Kev. C. W.Mark.
sruud-STIOXS TO CORBBSFONDBNT8.
Now that the holidays are over I
wish to ask my fellow correspond?
ents if they could not be more punc?
tual in giving us the news from
their respective places than hereto?
fore. I know that it disappoints
many of our readers and discom?
modes the editor, as he generally
saves space for our items. When
we fail to write he is compelled to
make np other matter to till his pa?
per. Let us get all the news we
v<\n and be regular from now on,
Wise.
The New Year number of the
{altimore Episcopal Methodist,
irgan of the Baltimore Conference
ti. E. Church South, is unusually
interesting. It gives a page of let
?'rs from the various charges of
he Conference, besides the usual
l lount of editorial matter and I
hoice selections. We notice thatN
lev. J. W. Boyd,!). D. has been j
di ployed aa editor. From him v.e
s peet much as he weilds a grace
ul pen. lt seems to us that the
taper is well adapted to the needs
4 families, and we think ought to
lave a large circulation ia our
(linty. The weekly imports of
Market Prices" is reliable and
uily us weil suited to the demands
t our farmers as the secular jour
ia)F. It is published bv Rev. C.
V. Poland, Baltimore, at $2.00
er year, and we think well worth
he money.
NOTICE.?-To the members of
lie M. E. Church South., Monte
?v, and of Highland circuit: Since
das pleased our Heavenly Fath-j
r to remove from labor to reward j
ev. R. S. Cunningham, late P. C. j
earnestly request the stewards at|0
ich appointment to collect tho full \}
qount assessed for ministerial j p
ipport, and report the same tod;
q?t. J. C. Matheny, or J. A. Jones
early as possible. The Quar- 5
rly Conference desires to pay tojtj
fi.
Rev. ' \s widow (in her need) the
full amount of the yonr.s salary.I
He worked hard and accomplished |
more in the nine months of the
rear than most men do in a full
year. He had nothing but his sal?
ary, ani his widow and children
need it. Brethren, please attend to
this. I will try to have preaching
for you. .If I fail, under:-ta::;! thal
itis because 1 can not succeed.
You will keep up your meetings.
Bro. Matheny will also receive re
port? of your Sunda; schools, and
subscriptions made on the mission*
^y and conference claims.
^Bet'us pay all claims in full, and
thus show our love for Bro. C. and
appreciation of his work. Remem?
ber his widow and children and de?
ny yourselves to help them.
Very truly,
G. t. Tyliik, P. E.
Jon. ll. 1893.
?.-t-ti-,
WILLIAMSVILLE.
Williamsville, V.y Jan. 10.?
It is with sadness of heart that
we chronicle the death of Hugh
M. Francisco, which occurred af tae
home of Maior J no. T. Bvrd, Jan.
Bj 1893, aged 34 years, fir. Fran?
cisco had come out from Staunton
to spend the holidays with his chil?
dren, and while here "ent hunting
Tor several days. The weather be?
ing very severe and his not being
accustomed to exposure, he wa
lirsft stricken with paralysis and
then inflammatory rheumatism and
only lived one week. He leav<
mair-friends and three little chil?
dren to mourn his los. Thc | . -
ueral was preached by Rev. Wilst n
of Milbore
Afar the services his body was
gently laid to rest by the side of
bis dear wife, whose tragic deatl
by drowning was announced in
your paoer a little over two yea:s
ago. T.,n is indeed a sud, sad i>t
reavemeit, bat "God's vaysarenol
our wavs. neither His thoughts our
aVH licit!
titr
thought*" Beldon
The Staunton Daily Setvs \r\ S i
it this wa:
SecretanV of State-E. J. Phelps,
of Verm oil,
Secretary of the treasury?C. S
Fairchild, qf New Yura.
Seeretnry,of war?Wm. E. Rus?
sell, of Massachusetts.
Secretary ?>f the navy?Hilary
A. Herbert, of Alabama. *
Secretary if the interior?Wm.
F. Harrity, ol Pennsylvania.
Secretary of agrijulture ?Wm.
H. Hatch, of ilissonri.
Postmaster general--Daniel S.
Lamont, of Niw York.
Attorney gtneral?John Ran?
dolph Tucker, of Virginia,
The eight negroes?vt ii ree men
and five boys?who murdered Dr.
J. Ueighe Mill, will be hanged at
Charlestown. Ml., the 13tb ins1.
*
TRUSTEE'S
SALE OF LAM).
By virtue of a del nf lr>:
cutod to me I??? :?' li - '-?? K
and wife, on the i:> h day of
te in ber. I SS*. led in tile
Clerk's office of Highland County
Court, in Deed Book No. 7. page
113, I will on
january 24, 1893,
offer for sale by public auction in
front of the Court-bouse of said
county that certain tract of land
lying on Vne Cow past un? river in
said county on which tho said F.
M. Kincaid resides and adjoining
the lands of h B. Kincaid and oth?
ers, containing 110 acres. Thal
part of said tract sold to J. W.
Campbell by said Kincaid, will
not be offered for sale.
I have been directed by the as?
signee of the debt secured, to sell
said land to satisfy the balance
due. Terms, cash.
Cn as. P. Jones.
?:OfP|(7E:
No. te S. AUGUSTA St.,
(nj) stairs)
opposite
COURT HQUSI*
P. H, WOODWARD;
-PASSENGER AGENT,?
. 0. LOCK BOX 90.
New Advertisements.
Eldridge Swocker,
HUCTIONEEB. AND
NOTARY PUBLIC
NEW HAtyPDFN, VA.
?:oqoo: ?
Special attention given to any
rork under the above heads en
rusted to my care. Iy-dec23
MUDDY CREEK HERD,
DF PURE BRED HEREFORD
CATTLE. b
Wilton and Anxiety bulls at head ?-"?
f herd. Choice young bulls and j mi
eifers for sale. Catalogues on Ap- ^
lication, Come and see me or ad- > '
M.
ress dr,
l?. H. station and telegraph of- *>?'
ce, Alderson, C. ft 0. ii". P. j Gi
W, Anderson, Asbury, Greenbriar coun- A
. W. Va. dec??-4mo. i.nc
A
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Don t f x e
A
jyrajr
gctsnUala African
Agency U
?^ CAVEATS,
TRADE MARKS,
DESICH PAT EMT.';,
COFVRiCHTiS, etc.
For Information ?ti<1 fr,v<. Handbook writ* to
MUNN a- CO? Kl Bua ll*WJ r, ."'.'UV Tonic
Oldest burma for j.ocurinw p.-.t'-iiM In America.
Beery patent t.v->"i o it by
tte public by a aol .co efren trw ol chr'je lo tho
faettftfir; j|tttftas
Larcc3lrir":i!'i!ir.!i of any ictmitUSc ps per tn the
world. Bl len I led. ;v<, Inti
man ibould bo altiiout v. Weekly, 93.00 a
Tcnr; St ...;-? i'o
l'L-i>utjai:KS, 3ti i. J' ., york City.
OT Ti *TP / VT, *! ?
VV ? arva- at da ais. rf* las* W *? *
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d
?8 sf 1/ LJ> L
R.
r-i; a-12 r o w & v 1R3INZA
Will be here un ec :h Coarl -dru
ind will repair watt hi j, cloc!;s,
jewing machines, ftc, Sm:. Ii
for all in his line kept ou hand.
Call on biro.
ft*ll work warranted.
j ?? * iy?
sill :: d.
Practice limited i
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Formerly Con-:!;:::.-1 Icullsl un ! Au
rist to tbe "-t. Loafs City Uospil tl
1- in Charge of I ? iri aye
uni Har Infirmary, St. Louis.
OFFICE:?Over Augusta Nailemil Bank
STAliTiTC:*. ViRSiNIA.
CONSUMPTION C'JRED.
Ar. olill physician, n i: ???! from ; rac
[ice, having bad placed iii bis han - :
ia missionary ihi
1 simple vegetable renie ly for tbe ?
ind ptiTaiant at 1 are of ('onsujipli ai,
Bronchitis,!'alarrh, Asthma Mud all throat
aid !,'.iii:r Street! ms, also n ; isitl
radical < ure for Nervous Debility and all
Nervous Complaints, after having tested
its wonderful curative powers ;.i tb u -
inds of cases ll his dutjr I
it known to his Buffering fellows. Aclu
1 ted by thfa motive and a desire to re?
lieve human Buffering, I will send
?h trge, to ali v. bo desire ii ti i- recipe, rn
german, French or English, with full di?
rections for preparing and using, flent
iv mail by addressing with
lg this paper. W. A. No ?.- . K20 Poo?
rs' Block, ii ... Y. [ju
ROOFING.
GUM-ELASTIC RO FJ I*,
sosts only ?2.00 pi r i: :
liakesa froud roof to* years, 1
?nu put it on. Sen I stamp for 1
ind full particulars.
(Jaw Elv ?:?? RooFrso Co.,
S9 A ll West Broadway, Kow Vork.
?V. A. 8LAVEN,Agont, Monterey, Va.
^UNNINTQIIAM HOI
?J MoKTeaev,
W. A. (';'
ninhed and tlirouij!'
tourteou* tiratmenl and ino leratc cha
':<ole mpplic I
ir,Iv Respectfully Invite* the ti
and tn );?. i-.i Mont ?><?_; 1 ? 1
asure to .-rive bim a i ill.
Va.
Illili
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URNITURE MAKERS
NO UNDERTAKERS,
3P.AEBOTTC \a.
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VA..
V.'e aro prepared tn do all n prlt In I'.i 1 line
n short notice, and
S3, Collins turn;'Iud .-,):d delivered.
Address na at CRARBOYTQ i VA.
niar2 l-l v
Tallai H.F.SLA1
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TTUDBRTAZaitiB,
vc prepared to furnish and d( li rer (!of- ?
ns upon vcrv short nol ic z and at rea?
mable pi ices.
Furniture of .".ll kind* st botti m or:
id upon reasonable terms. f
Qood trade taken in exchange 0 fort j
VKAK ^E\, Your ATTENTION
I8CAJ.WD
sr m^< -runes 1
ro nu.
mai it : f ".
'Graj'sSpificMiii
ns mia.IF VOl' SUPFKlt
un Ncrvou?< Debility, VFeaknens of Bod
ind, Bpertnatorrhea, i*nd Impotency, and
dlseaie* that arise from over
'.l vclf-abnte, tut i.nss of Memory and l'rr.-.
Dimneaa ofVision; Prematur ?
my otherdiaeonet that lead to !:i mity or
nisutnptioti and an carly fryavc, \, ri
r pamphlet.
kddresa GRAY SdBDTCINB CO., B
Y. Thc Bpednc Medicine ii ?old by all
iggist* at I LOO per pai kajfe,
esfor $5.00. or tent ny mall on receipt of
mcy. and with eTerj 16.00 order \^?
JARANTEE aeon sr money refunded.
?ITOn account of counterfeits, ?ve hare
opted tlie YcUtw Wrapper, the oaly gonn
lAramphlct of ;.a.,.,. it'or and ab-/
jyStractnf I iic aws .i:..? iflirnrto/
' ^Obtain Patents, Caraata, Tonio/
\ Murki, Cop frights, sent free..
^Addrta. MUNN Jt CO.y
^301 Bron da ay.
New York.
fionr
I biitti bli Gi lituoJ
Wholesale and Retail
I \~DMLMi),
No. 25 S Augusta 8! rt ct,
(Opposite Courthouse,)
Staunton, Virginia.
hare in .tock the large.t assortment
ae Ayn M/INE'
Ever offered n thia market.
Bole kgi nt. lor the Celebrated
I). P. CLEJtBEK'S h<)S PUKE OLD
ll IIIsKET.
which wc .a speciality.
r*Prompt attention Riven to ;:'l order*
: m rh thc i. mv3-tf.
STANOAP.n rCF./'JCENTURV
dry hop ?
vrae? THE
01111.4*1/
) 1C r R
WATERLOO YtASrcO OtTtlOIT MICH
FOR
. ramil
WUCATIS*'
I ? . i Mull U i iii
? : :?
Oil Ever1 Dollar lou Seen;
If to, wi Ile for ot led Cata
rici >
ryttiini? nianufai lured In tlie ! ni
ted - thies, al manufacturers' pi:
?i'-d.
. mailed free on a] plica
lion, .\ dd rex?
I ply . o.,
178 i \ an Buren St., Chicaj o, til.
*.pr24-1jr.
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Our r.:-e is Ol ?o?Ha I
wire patent li
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. mtobh or u
; due till pal
?Af-. ,r.i i.
??! clients In yow Stats, county,
O.A.I w&co
Opies***. Patsirl C liwjtcB, 0. C.
WORK SHOPS?
If W.! ? . . '.
? '
FOOT POWE
i
lemarked by !?. C. Joiner.
ii Allen 1'. 0., Hillsdale county,
afich.: "Nothing gave ray rheu
n at ism Bitch quick relief as Dr.
??' Selectric (<:' believe it
ufallible for rheumatics."
rw-r-i nf\t >: y n ii ' rrrirnmw
m/j rwAiA'iA'j Ix Aaa cia a st
a the only Illustrated paper in iheworl
ontaininrall Ur'- 'ates! sensational ant
porting news. No Saloon Ke ?;?< r, Bar
er -M". lub Room eau BtTord I i be wirtiou
. It always ninki a frii nds wherever i'
oes. Mailed to av address In Ihe Uni
?il States, aecuri Iv wrapped, ii! vm> <
ir $1.25, Send i ive l ei fa , ir ?atnp
opj RICHAP.OK.FTi
ronklln Squcxio, Wow York City
Wu Kuujp I Hu Di
W IT
Bear Lins Cr,: IQ 2& 15
*'" rr?-?? ' ? ??* ' S&F*~m-Bem ?
For Fail And Winter W ar in ths Valley.
mi il TY MEN, ECONOMICAL MEN,
TU INKING M EN, SENSIBLE MEN,
Th?e Salt* *re ja.l the thing for you. Ti,-v are made for ihirabiliJj
na wella* for looks, forthclxxlvaswell ru, for th. ey*
No niatter how your taste mat incline
YOU ARE GLUE TC EL cL!TED
We are displaying SUITS of every description. Sacks in drTobK
breasted. straight cuts; and round cuts; one, thret and four'bni ?n Cu
iways, Ulsters, SW Coats, and Full Dress Overcoat*,, Booti, Shoes,
Hatf. :u:i{ a full line of
iWi fimtcimp
jiiui i? ruiiiiloiiiiiij
The goods are mrrdeup by the beal maurifaeturcr*. Need we erg
yon iVcorac and :
JOS. L. BARTH & CO
&b We 9 &W 3 iS. A J ?? J SiTA Si1,,
(CT rv? M VTMITIYI'ai^ ?.* ^;* ff
Ox;- ? YAa
*'s**T*'v*;'',w",->1,r,''v'' -^.^^c.^m^ iirTTiiriin aiwaaaiiiuji maali
.1 HAOTCEKT COMIIINATION FOR ThE PEOPLE!
A 1.1 ' I , RAC TION
MI AKIKTY I MT OF li ii: STOKE,
_ ?' ? '.'.;:; ro makbthh di; t prices
.VE . v. .'ER,i.G TN?it I rill BEST'VaD". N' SOREST LFRIrtft"
0 i I ? ? SAW.
QWAt ri cm! sTvi .'. Latest! assor't^kkt comrLirri
A.-il) ALL HIOHT PHICCS! DOM'T FAIL O ,1.M^? *)P
DRY GOODS, ['"ST CLOTHING
HOOl'rf, I B, h ;g goods,
? s
llHhe LATEST and NICEST Fl I ". TROOPS "that ?oa
the
AV KNOWN!*"*
VVegnarnntw pi lt and pless-m ni rof.t .Tecai:he ourpncef WW
piovc a positive saving to the hover /'?: b ' ??<? our pootls cannot fall Ul
!>!? ? ' nd '??
!r '- ; i ? iole lo mata Spring buying if you select
froi i tbi ; - koch of
w. @. p*Azrsav
7 West Frederic k St., STAUNTON, VA,
jiil!My.
>:. HARMAN",
N T. HA RX AIT
BARMAH BROS.
R FA I FR 3 IN Fi WP WM I Q KIF 3
.... * * Lbli g i-d r I li C rf li lOnlCvi
(Opposite Virginia Hotel)
STAUNTON VA.
CO.'): LQUOS HOUSE
Trv our celebra{e.i R ?ckbrid ly Va., Whiskey, two years oil
inly :;"J.';t' per ?'? ll ? i. Iv'arranred pure ard .straight.
Aubu 'ti ( iVl tryland '--.vc ) Wins . .? [qb.
Viririnia Appli Krai ' md $2.50 per gallon.
Old Monticello, I ' \' ilson whisk, , I per gallon.
We carry a larder nora I han any house in Virginia, rn
nake the Jug and : ? ; tia your orders. W
Oct. S
i
We
LOV-ILL DIA^O-ID CYCLE
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fi
OG 3.00
[ia. 2, QttMM Tir;3,
eos.oo
Ea. 3, LuHn' S3!:.! 7.r:s,
STRICTLY
HiCH GriADE.
OUR
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$32.00
io. 4, G-srsri:*:!3 Sslld T^-s,
235.00
13.4,5, " 82:^1 Tires,
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$95.00
No bolter
machine made at
any price.
Blcycto Bstalfospa RN.
$85.00 "'"^5?--: $85.00
aJOIlJX 3P. LOVELL .AJt""t3IS CO.,
MANUFACTURERS, BOSTON, MASS,
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I have uvd reur Burdr^k Bl'iod Bitti??3 la ray
fan>i!y for tlie past t^o fenn, and 1 tbink it is tivs
bett medidna 1 e?er u?ed. I had erysipelas very
bad, and it lias currd nie; alto eared my son cf
?crofula after all the doctor* failed to cure bis.
B. B. B. bas no co ii.il In my eatlmatlon.
"LOUl:: S. WOODWARD,
Laurel Hill, Fayette Co., Pa.
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I was seriously troubled viih some reventeen
boils, and ona bottle of Burdock blood Bitters
cured mc
frank a, mcpherson,
Le Roy, N. Y.
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Dittw
whick
vc taken the second bottle of Burdock's Blood
, and lt has cured 1112 of dysjKjj?ia witU
I eutfered f<-r lix. year*.
W.W.HAMILTON,
Luck Haven, Pa.
x.-.-r*v I liayt1Ja?daM4humwlnniyMf?d,whlch!wa5l
^j eu, in n 1 did m< r.o (ood.
?J ;
i 1 a'.'e
alt i am cured
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