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Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm.
"McLaughlin, Lexington, Va.
County Judge.?Hon. C. R. McDan
jiald, Warra Springs, Va.
Circuit and County Clerk.?J: C. Ma?
theny, Monterey, Va.
Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. II.
Stephenson. Monterey, Va.
Sheriff.?E. M. arbogast Monterey.
Treasurer.?J. A. Jones, Hightown.
Commissioner of Revenue.?W. P.
Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson.
Sup't of Schools.?0. P. Chew.
Board of Supervisors.?J. S. McNulty,
?chairman, and H. H. Seybert and Chas.
Presbyterian?Rev. Dr. Hamilton, pas?
M. E. Church South? Revs F. E.
Hammond, J-M, Hawley and C. W.
M. E. Church?Rev. Gilmore, pastor.
U. B. Church?Rev. J, M. Hott, pas?
From Staunton to Monterey?Arrives
?at Monterey at 7 p. m.; leaves at 5 a. n
Horseshoe Route?Leaves Mont rey.;
at 5 a. m., via Vanderpool, on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; leaves Monte
at 5 a. m., via Strait Creek, on Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Monterey holds its devotional meet?
ings on Fried av night of each week and
on the fourth Friday night of each
month the business meetings are held.
COMMISSIONERS SALE j OF
THE LANDS OF THE
Late Rudolph Turk in High?
land and Augusta Counties.
As commissioner of the Circuit
Court of Augusta county in the
?cause of Turk's Ex'ors vs. Turk's
Creds., I will proceed in front of
the Court-house in Staunton, on
Saturday, the 29th of April,
1893, at 12 o'clock m., to sell at
public auction to the highest bidder
at the same time when his Augusta
county lands are offered for sale,
the following real estate lying in
the county of Highland, belonging
to the estate of Col. Rudolph Turk,
?dee'd. 1st, A tract of about 111
acres and 34 poles on the waters ol
the Bull Pasture river, neal Mc?
Dowell, adjoining the lands of Jno,
S. McNulty, Wm. Hiner and oth*
ers. This tract is bottom land ly?
ing on both sides of the river, anc
?with the exception of a few acres
is all in sod. lt is valuable as well
for farming as grazing. 2nd, Sev?
eral tiatts of land, aggregating
642 1-2 acres in what is known a:
middle mountain, adjoining th<
lands of D. M. N. Wilson, Ed wan
Dudley, Henry White and others
on which tracts there are about 10
acres of cleared land in fine sod
the residue beiug covered with oai
and other hard woods. The lan
.ilso has on it a splendid body c
TERMS: A credit of one tw
and three years will be given, e>
cept as to so mach cash in hand i
will pay the costs of suit and c
sale, the purchaser to execute bon
with approved personal security f(
the deferred payments and the tit!
to be retained as ultimate security
Richard P, Bell, Com mr.
In the Clerk's office of the Ci
cuit Court of Augusta county:
C. S. W. Barnes, Clerk of sa
Court do certify that Richard ]
Bell, the commissioner of sale :
the cause of Turk's Exo'rs v
Turk's Creds.' has executed tl
bond required of him by the deer
of sale. C. S. W. Barnes, Cler
By the request of many voters
annonnce myself a candidate f
Supervisor for Monterey townsh
and respectfully request the su
port of my friends.
J. M. Terry.
To the voters and my fellow ci
zens of the county of Highlar
Being thereto solicited by ma
friends, 1 hereby announce mys
a candidate for re-election to t
office of Clerk of the County a
Circuit Courts of our county.
My record as your public servt
and as a citizen whereby you (
judge of my fitness for the pos
on for which I respectfully i
your suffrages is before you.
Thanking you for past favor
am, Your obedient servs
Having Iwen solicited to becc
n candidate for the office of Cl
of the County and Circuit Coi
of Highland county, 1 desire to
to my frienjs that the active c
paign necessary to succeed mi
result in the loss of my hea
which is more to me than any
Thanking my friends for t
kindness, 1 am
Very truly yours,
S" B' Rexrode.
Kipans Tabuics banish pain.
No Court Tuesday, the 25.
More announcements this we ck
Circuit Court begins Wednesday,
The private term oi Prof. Colaw's
school closes today.
Mr. J. A. Bussard is some better,
wear6 glad to learn.
Mr. and Mrs. Price Campbell
were in town Wednesday.
Miss Fannie Stephenson is sick at
her home on Jackson's river.
Miss Jessie Wimer, of New
Hampden, was in town yesterday.
The recent rains have interfered
with road working in this section.
Mr. Geo. W. Mauzy, of New
Hampden, spent a day in town this
We are sorry to learn that Mrs
John W. Byrd's condition is unim?
Miss Ella Ervine was the guest
of Mrs. W. P. Compbell one day
Round trip tickets to the World's
Fair via the C. & 0. railroad from
Staunton will be $22.35.
Rev, 0. B. Wilson, of Millboro,
preached an interesting sermon in
the Presbyterian church at this
place Sunday night.
W. P. Campbell is having his
house repaired and painted, which,
when completed, will add to the
appearance of the town.
We have just received a nice line
of ladies spring and summer hats.
Call and see them.
J. Trimble & Co.
W. R, and Jos. M. Siron? of Mc*
Dowell, will exhibit during Circuit
Court a thoroughbred Spanish jacl
and respecsf tilly invite the attentior
of stock raisers.
A sacramental meeting will b<
held at Beulah church on Saturday
and Sunday, the 29th and 30tl
inst; preaching at ll a. m. ead
day. Preaching also at Stony Rui
on Saturday and Sunday, May Ctl
and 7th. Services at ll a. m.
We have a large number of un
settled accounts on our books wl-ici
we ask each and all persons t<
come in and make settlement a
once. J. Trimble & Co.
H. H. Seybert consenting theret
it is hereby announced that his ser
vice-5 as Supervisor of Mon tere
District for the ensuing term is de
sired and that he will be supporte
for said office by many voters.
All persons indebted to us b
note or account are respectf ull
asked to come in and pay us t
at least a part of their indebtec
ness. All are advised to answc
this request. J. Trimble & Co.
Hon. T. F. Bayard, U. S, ambai
sador to Great Britain, will sta:
for London oa May 20th. He h;
been, while in Washington, the r<
cipient of unusual courtesies ar
attentions from Sir Julian Paunc
fote, the British ambassador.
J. Trimble,& Co., have receivi
their spring and summer milline:
in the greatest variety of shap
and colors ever handled. Ladi
wanting something new w
please call early before they a
H?aving failed on account of sic
ness to meet my appointments i
last Sabbath at Hightown and P
gah, I will preach, D. V., at t
former place at ll a. m., next Sa
bath, and at the latter at 3.20,
m. After each service I will hole
a short church conference. T
public are cordially invited to
present. F. E. Hammond, P,
Good grazing for 14 head of c
tie 3 years old this Spring, and
head of colts. Addn
Jas. F. Cook,
Valley Mill, Augusta Co.,'
I hereby announce myself a c
didate for Supervisor for Monte
district and promise if elected
discharge the duties of the offic
the best of ray ability.
Geo. G. Gutshali
To The Voters of Hiqhl
County: Deeming it my duty
to disregard ihe wishes and ear
solicitations of many of my fm
in different parts of the county
after due consideration, hereby
nounce myself a candidate for
office of Clerk of the Circuit
County Courts of Highland c<
ty, promising if it be your plea
to give rae this important oi
for a term, to perform the di
thereof, to the best of my abil
I). P. Che
Several correspondents left out
this week for want of space will go
in next hume.
Williams i .TaR. Va., April 25.
? It delighted uh fen we your paper
?o full of interesting news Inst
j week; hope V0ur paper may contin?
ue to grow in interest.
Several of our citizens attended
jCouvt today at the Warm Springs.
We are having real April weath?
er now; refreshing showers, and al'
vegetation is springing into Hf
reminding us that beautiful Spring
has again returned.
Rev. Brooke preached us a very
able sermon on last Sunday.
Rev. Wilson passed through our
town on his way to Crabbottom to
Mr. Mack Byrd was home for a
day or two on a short visit from
Marl in ton.
Miss Ada Kincaid is visiting her
relatives at Fair View. E.
CbEEks Mill, Va., April 17.?
Mr. Reese Simpson, of Bath Al?
um, is visiting his uncle, J. Cleek.
There was preaching at Stony
Run church on Sunday, by Rev.
We are glad to hear that our
minister, Rev. J. L. McNeer, is re?
turned to us again.?Quite a seri?
ous forest fire occurred a short time
since, burning over a hundred pan?
el of fence for Messrs Cleek and
Baldwin. The residents near were
soon at the place of the fire and
their timely assistance proved of
great value; but the tire was with
Our Mr. W. A. Slaven, who, iu
company with two or three others,
went to Hampton Roads to view
the naval display there, has return?
ed hom*. He give3 a graphic des?
cription in his own charming way
of the naval display, which would
prove very interesting if published,
but as our readers have already seen
a description of the display, we will
not publish it. Mr. Slaven reports
the Roads as being very dry and
WOO lr "i'll Oil S?ff>:rers from youth,
?T l>cl.lV. lVdL^Il fu* errors, loss ol
manly vigor. Varicocclc, etc. Prof. Dumonts
Nerve Pills will effect a speedy cure by its use,
thousands of cases of tlie very worst kind
and of long standing have been restored to
perfect health. 15,000 testimonials from all
over the world. Price per package $1.00,
six for $5.00, trial package sent securely sea!
ed for 10 cents postage.
Address, Dr. R. DuMont,
98 S. Halstcd St., Ch'.ago. Ills-. U. 6. A,
In Vacation; In the clerk's office of the
Circuit court of Highland county. Mar
H. Adam McLaughlin aud others. Plt'iTs
Anthony Lightner in his own right and
as adm'r wilh thc will annexed of Adan
Ligntner, dee'd, and others. De'ts.
The object of this suit is to surchargi
and falsify the exparte settiement 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
ands of his adm'r and enforce the pay
uient and proper investment of the am'
due the plaintiffs, under the provision
of the fifth and six clauses of the will <
Adam Lightner, dee'd.
And it .appearing from affidavit file
that the said Sidney Ruckman is a nor
resident of this State; it is ordered thi
he do appear here within fifteen days a
ter due publication hereof and do whi
is recessary to protect his interest.
Teste: J. C. Jfatheny, Clerk.
J. W. Stephensoh, p. q.
In vacation?In the clerk & Office
the circuit court of Highland coun
March 1st, 1893.
Stephen S. Wade, Plaintiff, v
E. M. Arbowast, S. H. C., and i
such administrator of Abraha
Wade, dee'd, and others.
The object of this suit is to s
aside and declaae voluntary, frau
ulent and void, the deed from Abr
ham Wade to Mary C, Wade, dat
April 25th, 1889, settle the estate
Abraham Wade, decease
assign dower to widow, ai
ascertain liens and debts, and e
force sale of land to pay the sann
And it appearing from affida
filed that Lucy Gum, wife of Woe
P. Gum, is not a resident of t
State of Virginia, it is ordered tl
she do appear here within 15 Ai
after due publication hereof and
what is necessrry to protect her
Teste: ,T. C. Matheny, Clerk
J. W. Stephenson, p. q.
Happy and content is a home with "The
cheater," a lamp with the light of the morn
Catalogues, write Ro*she?terLampCo.^cwY
Beingrequested by many vo
I hereby announce myself a cai
date for Supervisor of Monte
District and respectfully ask
support of my friends, and if el
ted will discharge my duty to
best of my ability.
John H. Sample
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romuienced to sell iu tbis way, and wou
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in Highland and adjoining (counties
Office?Spruce St., opposite Presbyter!
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cahontaa counties, W. Va. au28
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Practice t ?.'tr Bath; aud 1
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Mr.. J. C. Dabney. Lyoauburr. Va., .aye?"Until I tri.
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r n. STEPHENSON,
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Practices in the courts of Highland
Hath counties Va., and Pocahontas o
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