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Judjje 13th Judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm.
"Mclaughlin. Lexington, Va.
County Judge.- Hon. C. R. McDan
nald, Wannbprings, Va.
Circuit and County Clerk.?J: C. Ma?
theny, Monterey, Va.
Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. II.
(stephenson. Monterey, Va.
Sheriff.?E. M. AXDOgast Monterey.
Treasurer.*?J. A. Jones, Hightown.
Commissioner of Revenue.?W. V.
Hup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson.
Rup't ot (School*.?0. 1'. Chew.
Hoard of Supervisors.?3. 8. McKalty,
chairman, and II. ll. ife\ bert and Chas.
emiten Rico hst ku.
Presbyterian?Rev. Dr. Hamilton, pas?
M. E. Church South?Re\s.
-J. M, Hawley and C. W.
M. K. Church?Rev. Gilmore, pastor.
U. B. Church?Rev. J, M. Holt, pas?
From Staunton to Monterey?Arrive*
at Monterey at 7 p. m.; leaves ut 5 a. n
Horseshoe Route?Leaves Mont rey
at 5 a. m., vii Vanderpoel, on Tuest.ays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; leaves Monte*
at 5 a. m., via Strait (reek, on Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Monterey holds its devotional meet?
ings on Eri^av night of each week and
on the fourth Friday night of each
month the business meetings arc held.
100 lbs of side bacon trill get
you over DOO lbs of fish at Bishop
Look, J. VV. Bever has arrived in
town with his photograph gallery
and is ready for work.
Died?the 17th inst. Lucy Belle.
slant daughter of Lutuer S. and
Mattie T. Dickenson.
We bought a two-horse wagon
load of hone made split bottom
chairs, the other day;we offer these
substantial chairs at &4.50 a set.
I viii remain here till April 20.
?111 those desiring pictures should
avail themselves of this opportuni?
ty. Very Respectfully,
J. VV. Bevel.
I will sell my stock and person
property ot Thursday, March 80,
at public auction at my residence
one and one-half miles kotrih oi
New Hampden. Respt.
J. N. Stover.
I will sell on March 28th. (Court
day) a foui-year-ohl Norman stal?
lion. This horse is a roan, and
weighs about 1,400. Terms made
known on day of .-ale.
ma44t John C. Swecker.
Oh yes you say, hay and grain
are away up, hut don't let that
keep you from coming to Court
Tuesday; Charley Trimble has
plenty of both and will give your
horse a square feed at reasonable
One of our farmeas has a shep?
herd pup of remarkable intelligence
as was shown by a trick it played
on its master a few days ago. The
youthful eanine had, on the morn?
ing of the day mentioned, been
chastised for disobeying a command
It was its first punishment and
doubtless thought it meant "do
something.'' Sore and crestfallen
it slunk away presumably to brood
over its troubles, but returned late
that evening, driving th? livestock
of the farm up to the house. Thc
dog, it seems, had gone over thc
farm, gathered up all the available
stock and -Iriven it home as stated
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPER
1 will offer for sale at my rcsl
dence near Valley Center/ High'
land county. Va, on the 5th day o
April 1 SV>-$, the following person;!
property, to wit: 4 horses, 5 mill
cows, 2 two-year-old heifers, 2 Jer
?cr wagons, 4 prs. harness, somi
hors, farming utensils, househoh
ana kitchen furniture and othei
things too tedious to mention.
A credit of six months will b
given on ail sums of lu and ovci
purchaser giving bond with appro?
ed personal security. All sum
under $5 cash to be paid in hand
No property to be moved until set
tied for. Come one! Come all!
Robins and bluebirds.
Harbingers of Spring.
Next Tuesday is Court-day.
Come in and subscribe.
Harrow teeth at Bishop Br^-s.
Plain, galvanized and barb fence
wire at ishop Bros.
Nine old hickory and Champion
wagons at Bishop Bros,
J. W. Bever, the photographer,
is in town with his gallery
Plenty of lake fish at Bishop
Bros. It is cheaper to eat fish than
Mrs Crawford Stephenson is dan?
gerously ill at her home on Jack?
Bedford Beirne and J. E. Bern-j
don, two Staunton men, were in I
town this week.
li. L. Matheny and wife, of Val- !
ley ('entre, are visiting Capt. .1. C. j
Matheny. this week.
Mat. Potter and family, of Crab- j
bottom, have gone to Staunton lol
spend, several weeks.
Corra and have your picture made
while the photographer is here as
he >vill remain only a short time.
Remember, VV. L. Taylor, the
jeweler, will he in town Court-dav
prepared to do all work in his line.
Mr, A. Austin Standford, a first
class painter from Hot Springs, is
here in the interest of his business.
Mr. Addison C. Burns was in
town Tuesday making arrange?
ments for attending school at this
place. He will enter next week.
Our friend. Burnett Marshall,
came up from Franklin, Sunday,
accompanied by his mother, who
will spend a week or two with her
daughter. Mrs. W. E. Wilson.
Will Trimble went to Green
Bank, Sundry, and returned Mon?
day, accompanied by his wife who
has been visiting her parents at
Young man, when you come to
town and before having your pic?
ul* taken go to Daugherty and
Stewart and get a hair-cut, sham?
poo and shave.
A communication over the cog?
nomen, "Jim Crow" was received
this week from Williams River;
as real name of writer did not ac
comp.uiyaathe letter we could not
From the Shenandoah Herald
we learn that our former townsman
H F. Brubeck has been granted a
patent on a window s.ish support.
The device is simple and cheap, but
S. E. Harper and family, of Crab?
bottom, spent Tuesday night in
town. They were on their way tn
Homesville, Preston county, W
Va., their future home.
Died.?At her home on Back
Creek, on the 21 inst.. Sallie* daugh?
ter of Capt. S. A. Gilmore, aged
about 17 years. To the grief
stricken family we extend our siu
Rev. S. L. Gil mer nas gone tc
his new appointment in Pendleton
county, W. Va., and his place on
the Highland circuit has been fill?
ed by Rev. R. H. Clark, who pass?
ed through town Wednesday.
Mr. Wm. R. Griffin of Pocahon?
tas Co., W. Va.; is evident!}
"something of a hunter as the fol?
lowing record avi 11 show. Nine
deer, one bear, thirteen wild tur?
keys, three ied foxes, nine rac?
coons, ten skunks, thirty pheas?
ants' thirteen rabbits and om
mink. These were all killed dur
ing the fall of ''J'i. and when mar
keted footed up the neat sum o
Williamsville, Va., March 31
Miss. Nela Bradshaw has heel
visiting friends in this neighbor
hood for the past week.
Mr. L. B. Bird has returned hom
from teaching school at "Nimro
Mr. Kerr is in the neighborhoo
f j taking orders for tombstones W
1 j understand he has taken severn
c I orders.
"I Mr. Frank Wilson of vour tow
i j spent last Sunday with Miss Laur
r j Loving of this place,
i Mr. Brooke has been holding
B! meeting at this place for the lat
? week, and we hope much good hr
_; been done.
sj Married.?On his1 Sunday, b
Rev. Mc. Neer, at Burnsv'ille, M
Warwick Bums and Miss. Georgi
Farmers are all busy in this sei
tion plov-iii?.;: ?**> we have had such
beautiful weather for thc 1 wt few '
Hope the correspondents will do
better in the next issue of the Rk
Doe Hill, Va., March 21,-Mr.
0. A. Bird, who is teaching school
in Crabbottom. is home on a vis::
Miss. Carrie Armstrong has r -
turned from Pendleton where
has been v.fiting her sister for eev
There is right much sickness in
Die!.?At her residence near
Doe Hill, on the 19, of March, af?
ter a short and violent illness. Mrs.
Maggie Vint, wife of Wm. Vint.
Dearest sister 'hon hast left as,
Wc thy loss most deeply feel;
But 'tis God who hath bereft us.
He can all bur sorrows heal.
Valley Center, Va.. March 20.
Nol much nows now. Bad ?
bher, had roads and scarcity of feed
are threadbare. The sick. Mrs. .1.
\\. Byrd. Miss Sallie Gilmore and
Sidney Wade, arc about as the,
have been for sometime. Other*
are complaining, but not seriously
Bro. Smith, pastor of the Pres?
byterian church, preached a ven
interesting sermon at Rehobetn
Some of our farmers have com?
Crabbottom, Va.. March 21.?
We are having pretty rough March
Mr. S. E. Harper, of this place.
sold out last Saturday. He expects
to move to Preston county, VV.
Va., in ;i few days.
Messrs Ralston and Winier have
moved their tin shop in the Harper
Misses Dora B. Harold and Lizzie
Gibson and Mr. S. S. U'aybright
were over on Dry Bun one day last
week. They nearly spoiled their
sweet faces eating maple 'clink?
Mr. Karicoff. of Augusta county,
was in the Bottom this week buy?
Messrs Anderson and Campbell,
of Frankie , w<r i in the
'. neighborhood looking for stock.
We understand that, the above par?
ties bought several head of yearling
and two-year-old cattle here and on
.J. B. Hidy's little boy fell on an
axe and cut himself very badly last
The guards are wondering ''where
The Spring Run school, we un?
derstand, will continue by private
.I olin H. Rexrode has lost three
horses this winier.
Geo. A. Nicholas, who has been
improving for the last two we.-ks
or more, is slightly worse at this
Mrs. Eliza Rezrode is on the sick
Arthur Beverage and wife have
returned to the Bottom.
Elopement.?Last Saturday Gee
SI ate n stole, or persuaded Dave
Grogg's wife to leave him. Mrs.
Grogg then took up with Henry
Slaten and started for. West Vir?
ginia. Well done good and faith?
Rev. C. W. 4/ark accidentally
fell and fractured his ankle last
Saturday, which rendered him una?
ble to attend Conference.
The Spring Run school was pho?
tographed by Mr. Bever last week.
The kick dwelling near the sou?
thern tannins of Church street now
occupied by Mrs. H. V. Harmon
was sold yesterday at public auction
to Sumter B. Sublett. The p urchsc
price was $2,350 cash.
Carlyle VV. Harris, convicted oi
poisoning his young wife, has beet
denied a new trial.
In Vacation: In the clerk's office of lin
Circuit court of Highland county. Mar
II. Adam McLaughlin and others. Pll'ffi
Anthony Lightner in his own right and
as adm'r willi the will annexed of Adan
Ligntner, dee'd, and others. De'ts.
The ohject of this suit is to surcharg
and falsify the exparte settlement of Au
thony Lightner, adm'r, with the will an
nexed of Adam Lightner, dee'd; to settl
the estate of Adam Lightner, dee'd, in th
qan-ds of his adm'r and enforce the pay
ment and proper Investment of the ani
due the plaintiffs, under the provision
of the fifth and six clauses of the will c
Adam Lightner, dee'd.
And it 'appearing from affidavit file
that thc s?id Sidney "Ruckman is a non?
resident of this State; it is ordered th;
he do appear here within fifteen days a
ter due puhlication hereof and do whi
ia recessary to protect his interest.
Teste- J. C. 3/atheny, Clerk.
J. "W. Stephensoh, p. q.
^ urea n*Tm,q wyMrejt bu^Ii^
Every Machine has
a drop leaf, fancy cover, two large drawers,
with nickel rin^s, and full set of Attachments
equal to any Singer Machine sold from $40 to
$60 hy Canvassers. The High Arm Machine
has a sclf-setiing needle and self-threading
shuttle. A trial in your home before payment
is asked. Boy direct of the Manufacturers
and save agents' profits besides getting certifi?
cates of warrantee for five years. Send for
machine willi name of a business man as
reference and we will ship one at once
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In vacation?In the clerks Office of
the circuit court of Highland county
March 1st, 1898.
Stephen S. Wade. Plaintiff, vs.
E. M. Ait'.oitAsT. S. ll. c.. ttini ns
such administrator of Abraham
Wilde, dee'd, and others.
The object of this suit ia to set
aside and decloae voluntary, fraud?
ulent mid void; th>? deed from Abra?
ham Wade to Marv C, Wade, dated
April 25th, 188D,settle the estate of
Abraham Wade, deceusee;
.issign dower to widow, and
ascertain liens and debts, and en?
force sale of land to pay tlie same.
And it appearing from affidavit
filed that Lucy Gum, wife of Woods
P. (lum. is not a resident of the
State of Virginia, it is ordered thai
she do appear here within 15 days
after due publication hereof and do
what is necessrry to protect her in
Teste: J. C. Matheht, Clerk.
J. W. Stephenson, p. q.
to Hft sj mir Rgcnt. Wo famish sn exneusire
oiiliil-Knd ul! you Berti trev. It c.)"!* nothing to
try th.- business. We viii ti-nt you will, sin)
help you to esra tc.) tim.-? oriiiiiiiry sVNge*. Until
MXt'i ul nil ?.!.?.?* cnn live ut home ami work in
? pure time, or ail thc tinic. Any one nnv where
cnn nun u crest .leal of money. .Mun. Iisve nisdr
Two Hnn.lred Dollars ? Month. Ko < la--, ol
people la thc world are makins v<> Diuch money
uidio.lt ci.|ii'.?!I :i> those si work tor Ut. Kuril -
pleasant, uriel', honorable, ami pays better ihiui
anv otin-r nfi. red to seests. Von have a elesr
ticl.i. willi no competition. We touip you Milli
e..rytliiiij, sud ?upply printed airect'lons fer
lr--stinn'-i?? Brhjch,ll obeyed faltlifully, will bring
more money llwa will anv other basines*. Ira
prove yost prospect* 1 Why oat? Von cnn .lo so
t<rally sad nurdy at work for OS, Keasotisbte
industry only necessary for absolutp ineceM
I'.tniplilei clrenlsr gtring every partlenlor i> 6cut
free tu ali. Delay not in sendtnjj for it.
GEOKGK STINSON & CO..
liox So. 48?, Portland, Me.
'-'. wy boggy sold ny sgcnt3 lias several
liars sadded io thc manufacturer's price
arc manufacturers, and have ii.
- nts. For twenty years have dealt witl
OJSUmer. We ship anyv/here, vriil
of examining before baying. W>
?i ;t ch irgei both ways, if not sat
Warrant everything for t\v
. Anyone who eau write c:m order
I .r barnes?, from us as veil ar. pa}
.in $10 to $50 for some middle man t
rder it for them. We give no credit, an
i.we one price only. Why *1o yon pa;
.wo profits on your carriages and I larne st
Why do you pay some one f-10 to $r"H) ft
ordering these things, when yon can d
il and save this money? You run no risk
We let you $c.e the goods before you ac
x-pt Merni. We pay all the freight if w
fau to tait Over twenty years ago v,
commenced to sell in thi.4 way, and '.void
.int be in business now it" we had nc
?uited. 04 page catalogue free. Audrie
mm carnage k nm? mts cr
JOHN W. Mtkbs,
Resumes the practice of his profession
In Highland and adjoining counties ?
(Mike?Spruce St., opposite Presbyterian
CHAR. r.JOKSS. SUI.LIB.B. NBC
TONES & BUBO,
A1TOUXEYS-A T-LA W,
Will practice in all thc courts of Highland.
yt-Mr Jones will continue to practice ii
the CIRCUIT COURTS of Pendleton and Po
cahoutas counties. W. Va au23.
TOXIN W. STEPHENSON,
Attorney at Law,
Practice '? 'tl Kathi and Big
land cou?: ' ?' "? fhou ^unt
ONE DOOK WKST OK J. TKIMM.B * SO.'9.
J. H. HIDY. Proprietor.
Just opened and ready to serve pcrmane
and transient visitors.
5.a?-Tal)!e furnished with thc best the re
Respectfully invite thc patronage o
Attorney at Law,
Practice* in the courts ol Highland a
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aways, Ulsters, Storm Coats, and Full Dress Overcoats, Boots, Shoes,
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you to come and look at our goods?
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