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Local notices at 10c per line for first Inser?
tion, and 5c per linc for each subsequent in?
sertion. Transient advertisements inserted
at the rate of $1 per inch for first insertion
and 50c for each subsequent insertion. AU
a< vertlsunents for a .shorter period than
ti ree months consi_ets**s_ transient. Rntes
toa three months and ove* are as follows:
S mOf. ? mos. 1 yr.
$ 8 Oft
?j*ar-The above rates will be strictly ad
r" sur inches.
l .\e inches..
Quarter col ,
? 5 00 | $ 8 00
8 00 12 00
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15 00 j 20 00
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28 00 40 00
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Judge 13lh judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm.
McLaughlin, Lexington, Ya.
County Judge.?Hon. C. R. McDan
nald, Warm Springs, Va.
Circuit and County Clerk.?J: C. Ma?
theny, Monterey, Ya.
Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. H.
Stephenson. Monterey, Ya.
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.?U. P. Chew.
Hoard of Supervisor.?J. S. McNulty,
chairman, and H. H. Seybert aud Chas.
Presbyterian?Rev. Ur. Hamilton, pas?
M. K. Church?Rev. Gilmore, pastor.
U. ii. Church?Rev. J, M. Holt, pas?
FTom Staunton to Monterey?Arrives
at Monterey at 7 p. m.; leaves at 5 a. u
Horseshoe Route?Leaves Mont rey
at 5 a. m., via Yanderpool, on Tues*.ays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; leaves Mome?
nt 5 a. m., via Strait Creek, on Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Monterey holds its devotional meet?
ings ou Friday night of each week and
on the fourth Friday night of each
month the business meetings are held.
I want to say for the information
of the brethren and friends within
the bounds of the Monterey and
Highland circuit that I will make
my round of appointments every
th re i weeks, alternating at eve re?
appointment each successive round
from II a. m. to 3:30 p. m., aud
rice versa from 3;30 p.m., to ll a.m.
Thi*. plan will be adhered to except
iu instances where it will conflict
with appointments of other minis?
terial brethren, when due notice of
change will be given.
F. E. Hammond. P. C.
To avoid conflicting with anoth?
er's appointment I will preach next
Sunday at ll a. m., at Straight
Creek. Children's day viii be ob?
served at Monterey on the same
dar. Services begining at 8. p. m.
A number of the children and
young people will take a part.
The public is invited to be pres?
ent. F. E. Hammond, P. C.
A Popular Remedy.
The promptness and certainty of
its cures have made Chamberlain,*
Cough Remedy famous. It is in?
tended especially for coughs, colds,
croup and whooping cough, and is
the most effectual remedy knewu
for these diseases. Mr. C. B. Main,
of Union City, Pa., says: k,I have a
great sale of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. I warrant every bottle
aud have never he ard of one failing
to give entire satisfaction.11 50
cent bottles for sale by Don Sullen?
berger & Co., general merchants.
A Dairyman's Opinion.
There is nothing I have ever n?eJ
for muscular rheumatism that gives
me as much relief as Chamberlain's
Pain Balm does. I have been using
it for about two years- four bottles
in all -as occasion required, and al?
ways keep a bottle of it in my home.
I believe I know a good thing when
I get hold of it, and Pain Balm is
the best liuimeut I have ever met
with. W. B. Denny, dairyman
New Lexiuton,Ohio. 50 cent bottles
for sale by Don Sullenberger & Co
BSfWe are now opening an en?
tire new stock of goods consist ing
of all the latest styles of dress
goods aud a full line of notions,
ladies hats, and all other goods us?
ually kept; and all new aud of best
quality the market affords. Call
and see us. J. Trimble &jCo.
County court last Tuesday was a
"short horse". AU the Common
wealth's cases were continued. The
Virginia .Vining and improvement
Company, through its attorney,
General Roller, of Harrisonburg,
applied for relief from an errone?
ous assessment on a large tract of
land on the Shenandoah mountain
which was refused by the Court;
an appeal was taken to the Circuit
Hon. J.Hampton Hoge of Mont?
gomery county has been appointed
consul at Amoy, China at a salary
of perhaps ^b.b'Jt) a year.
Town election tomorrow.
Mustoe Hamilton called at our
Dr. K. H. Trimble returned from
Baltimore last Saturday night.
Attorney S. B. Sieg was iu Frank?
lin hst week attending to his prac?
S. JP. Sterrett, Esq.. of Crabbot?
tom, paid a visit to Lexington, last
Jrfesdames Sarah and Nellie P.
Slaven were visiting friends in town
Bring your wool to Don Sullen
lenberger & Co's old stand and get
goods at reduced prices.
Mr. Boone Wade, of Bath coun?
ty, returned this week from visiting
friends on Back Creek.
Go to Don Sullenberger & Co's
stand and get a hat, shirt or any?
thing you need in that line cheap.
Miss Mollie Arbogast, of Crab?
bottom, was the guest of Mrs. S.
Sullenberger thia week.
B^.20,000 lbs of wool wanted;
will pay market prices.
J. Trimble & Co.
A Washington gentlemen was
in Crabbottom this week examin?
ing the Hint beds on the Sitlington
Messrs Jacob and Peter Light?
ner, of Back Creek, were in town
yesterday trading. They did not
forget the Recorder.
Wm. Campbell, of Franklin, speu*
a part of the week with his sister,
Mn. L. H. Stephenson, of this
A big lot of man's and boys
boots to be sold at Don Sullsnber
ger& Co's old stand at reduced rates
Misses Ella Ratliff, Florence Wi?
ley and Mary Gum, of J/eadow
Dale, made our oifice a pleasant
Mr. Mahlon Armstrong, of Doe
Hill neighborhood, paid our office a
visit court-day. His face is rarely
ever seen with us.
Tom H. Slaven, of Staunton,
spent Sunday at his home in Mon?
terey aud returned Monday .accom?
panied by his brother Howard.
The wool is beginning to roll in
to town now and we are fearful
that our merchants will lose money
on it owing to the unsettled mark?
We had an interesting caller
this week in the person of Lillie
Lightner, little daughter of Peter
Lightner, Esq., who came in to see
how "we made Recorders.11
*gg__For the latest and best styles
of dress goods, all new and fresh
from the market, call on
J. Trimble & Co.
Rev. F. E. Hammond, the min
i-itcr-in-chargc of the Monterey aud
Highland circuit was granted li?
cense to celebrate the rites of mat?
rimony in Virginia.
Who wants a telephone from
.Staunton to Monterey? Any one
wishing one will please let us know
The object is to see if there is any
showing for a line.
I am now prepared to do all
kinds of tinning, such as roofing
and spouting. Roof-painting a
specialty. Call on or address
C. C. Arbogast,
Election day here was a quiet on
in every respect. It seemed that
the voters came with their minds
made up and the usual amount of
pulling aud hauling was done away
Will Hiner returned Sunday from
Bethlehem, having completed his
contract for painting the church
recently built at that place.
We call special attention to L.
H. Stephenson's ad. at the bottom
of next column.
All kinds of hoiuse-painting exe?
cuted in latest styles and on shor
notice. Fifteen years experience*
Address or cal 1 on
ma2G-4.t Monterey, Va.
It seems that summer has come
at last. We have had a few warm
days and crops are growing.
We learn from tbe Sanger (Cal.)
Times, of the death of Miss Carrie
Long, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J. C.
Long who went to Cal. from this
place several years ago. Carrie is
remembered by her playm ates here
as a little girl, fond of childish
sports ani always kind and friendly
to those around her. lt is sad to
think of one so young just at the
interesting age of sixteen, being
taken from a home.
Vote of Highland County.
FORCLEflK OF COUNTY COURT.
Ruckman'- S. H. | 08 j U
Hevener's Store. 4U j 8
New Hampden 05 74
Courthouse | 187 j \)
Wilson's Mill 04 | 81
Bethlehem j 128 | ll
Pullin's S. H. | 88 | Pi
Stuart's Mill I 43 | ll
Total 087 j 102
For Supervisor of Blue Grass dis?
trict, S. W. Sterrett had 171 votes
and M. Harold 101. For Supervis?
or Monterey district, J. M. Terry
Terry had iS-4 and J. H. Samples
U3. For Supervisor Stonewall dis?
trict, J. S. McNulty 205 and B. T.
For Avant of time weean give no
further election news,
Do not make too many visits, and
where you go be sure that your vis
is a convenient one. Do not enter?
tain too generously; summer should
be a time of rest, and it is difficult
to rest with a house full of guests.
Before going for a midday sui]
rub your face, neck and hands with
simple cream, and powder gently
with cornstarch. Wipe tlie powder
off, and on'returning wash the com?
plexion well in warm water and
with castle soap. Camphor-ice and
buttermilk both give relief from
Place a large dish of water in a
room whore toe heat is very oppres?
sive. Change once or twice and
the temperature will be perceptibly
Sponge your babies with cold wa?
ter at bedtime.
div* children water to drink during
the hot weather. They need this
to make up for the loss from pers?
In washing summer frocks, if the
colors run put half a cupful of salt
in the last risings-water.
For insomnia iu summer-time
take a cold bath at bedtime
Press towels, folded as usual,
trough your clothes-wringer and
save your laundress.
Have mercy on your cook in your
arrangement of meals for hot davs.
Have your house-cow ns made
with open necks and elbow sleeves.
Save your steps.
Allow double the amount of time
in catching boats and trains that
you do in wiuter.
Eat your meals slowly.
Drink milk slowly.
To watta summer silks remove all
grease or other spots with soap and
water before proceeding.
Make a solution of a teaspoonful
of aniouia and a little soap in a
pail of water, and in this dip the
silk again and again until the dirt
Do not wring oift, but press be?
tween the hands. Rinse in water
from which the chill is gone, and
hang in a shady place until partly
dry, wheu lay between two cloths
and press with a hot iron.?Alida
Chester Bond in the June Ladies'
Mountain Gi.oyk, Va., May 24.
?Thinking a few items from this
section would be interesting to
some of your readers, I jot them
down as they occur to my mind.
There was quite au excitement in
our community a few weeks ago on
account of the supposed drowning
of Martin Dover! but it seems that
on the night of the supposed
drowning, that worthy individual
after tearing down a considerable
amount of fence on the farm of
one of our citizens, hied his way
across Back Creek mountain to
Wilbur Harlow, who spent part
of last wiuter in Texas, has retun?
Mike O'Ferrall was in Covington
last week attending thc show.
J no. A. Moore, of Sunset, West
Virginia, was the guest of Dr. Wm
H. Moore last Saturday and Sun?
J. C. McGuffin, of Warm Springs
passed through our neighborhood
last week; he is a candidate for su?
pervisor of this district.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson is very
ill at the residence of her son-in
law, Jas. R. Erwin, near Sunrise.
7'here is talk of a railroad com.
ing yia Mountain Grove, to inter?
sect with the Warm Springs
branch of the C. k 0. R. R. Let
her come. W. F. J.
I will give fiifty dollars reward
for any information which will lead
to the arrest & conviction of the
party who set fire to the line fence
between William G. Rodgers & my?
self on my Glenwood farm on the
Head Waters of Jackson River in
thi? county, on the morning of the
23d inst. L. H. Stepenson.
May 26 1893.
Remember that for the next GC
! days goods will be sold for cash at
greatly reduced prices at Don Sul?
lenberger & Co's old stand.
A Pointer for Travelers.
While Mr. T. J. Richey, of A lo na
Mu., was traveling in Kansas he
was taken violently ill with cholera
morbus. He called at a drug store
to get some medicine and the drug?
gist recommended Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem?
edy so highly he concluded to try it
The result was immediate relief,
and a few doses cured him complte
ly. It is made for bowel complaint
and nothing else. It never fails
For sale by Don Sullenberger & Co
general merchants. ?
All the goods and merchandise
of the firm of Don Sullenberger &
Co., in their store-house at Monte?
rey, and all bonds and accounts due
said firm have been assigned to us.
All persons indebted to them are
notified to come forward and pay
up. and thus save costs. Anyon!'
to whom said firm is indebted for
balances on produce will come and
get the amounts due them in goods.
The goods on hand, of which there
is a good stock, will be offered for
the next 00 days at reduced prices,
and purchasers will find it to their
interest to buy them.
Jones & Sikg, Trustees.
M Oar domestic,
Minnie, has a
bright UttU p'ri,"
writes Mrs. L. C.
S'liUh, so North
Rochester, N. V.,
"and I hara be?
come much in?
ti n-slod in the
thin*,' fchc little
knows that her poor mother lias had tho
consumption. She is from a consump?
tive family and had boen on tV* declmo
till tho unerring '"hectic Palish" set in.
Well I weet for Dr. Former's Golden
Relief, firing her 5 drona on a imall
lump of sugar, every 2 hours. I used it
with her about a month and you ought
to see the change! She has become hale
and buxom. I am knowing to several
other eurfrs of consumption ny it."
Do not forget while using it in these
grave cases that it curo3 a burn in 5
minutes, or h-als a bruiso or fresh cut
without there ever being any soreness
swelling or raatterating. The injured
part eau bc used without pain. It also
cure3 quickly summer complaints, and
flux, and any disease where there is in?
flammation br pain. One tablcspoonf ul
cures La Grippe. Money refunded if
satisfaction not given. Never disap?
points. Contains no opium, morphine
or mineral poisons. Take a bottle
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?gurajoui Dir", jo -j.ij_ftT oin ipi.vv dui*;* v (1*j-**,s3ip
"*""**_ ntLL>s xi5TJt_ ouiou, t: st juojuod pun _ddcj^[
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment
ls ? certain cue for Chronic bore Eves,
Granulated Eye Lids, .Sore Nipples, Tiles,
Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum and tola Head,
25 cents per box. For sale Ly druggist-.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy con?
dition try Dr. Cady'n Condition Powders.
They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure
low of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
new life to an old or over worked horne. 25
cents per package. For sale by druggists.
Resumes the practice of his profession
in Highland and adjoining counties.?
Office?Spruce St., opposite Presbyterian
CHAS. P.JOXES. .ULUEln. SIEO
TONES & SIEG,
A1TORNEYS-A T-LA W,
JOHN W. STEPHENSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Wil ^Springs, Va.
Practice t f-tf Oath-and High
land coaM *a atf * *< --hon county
ONE DOOR WEST OP J. TRIMBLE lc ?iO.'S.
J. H. HIDY, Proprietor.
Just opened and ready to serve permane
am: transient visitors.
5-^-Table furnished with the best thc nj
Kesoectfully invite thc patronage o
NEW HIGH ARM
Sews either chain or lock stitch.
The lightest-running, most durable
and mos! popular machine in tbe
world. Send for catalogue. Best
goods. Best terms. Agents want
w'heeleim wilson mfg. co.
dec 28-1 vr.
\1?T,vr4'!- If,.., Sufferers frnm vouth,
% Calv iUCll mi error*, loss of
manly vigor. Varicocclc,ctc. Prof. Dttmontl
Nerve Pills will effect a speedy cure by its use,
thousands of casts ol'the very worst ikind
and of long standing have been restored to
pcrfecc^health. . 15,000 testimonials from all
over the world. I'rice i er paeJcagc $t.00,
six for $.r).OOt tria! paekage sent securely seal
ed for 10 cents postage.
Address, DR. R. DuMont,
03 S, Waisted St.. Ch; ago. Ills'. U. S A.
AT/S]vTT"P1*n Wide awake workers ev
.. _ r... crywhcie for . Shepp's Pho?
tographs cf thc World"; the greatest book on
QyCpp'Q earth; coating $100,000;
OH Ll I O rcullat |8.5fO, cash or
Installments; mammoth illustrated circu?
lars and lenna free; daily oulput over
Seals are I nGtO(jr<iphS wild with
success. Thos. L. Martin, Centreville,
Texas, clearul $711 in 'J da vs; Miss Hose
8S?_'S_??f the WORLD
ules: Her. ?). Howard Madison, Lyons, N
V., $101 in 7 boort; a bonanza; magnifi?
cent outfit only $1.00, Hooks on credit.
Freight paid Ai. GLOBE BIBLE PUBLISH?
ING CO., 723 Chestnut st.. l'hila., Pa,, or
4."58 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.
sa R ?
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Will Positively Arrest CONSUMPTION
?it used In time.
1 Scrofula, Glandular ahffetlaatgs.
>lt_,cu2nsti*in>, IlroiiihH U, ftM
j ssl her I.uug L>;*.er.?Ors.
Ittsconip.jac.dof th? pureht Nor wuk'ii. n Curt-IJrer
Oil, combined with the Kypoi.hosiilittirl of Mum
mid soda, and is frvsjljr prrwcribctl ?y tim Mntlral
Faculty throughout this Country mm in l.uieiu-.
ftraf. G. 15. Wood, University Pransvjlraala, sj.t?:? T..I
Llrer (Ul far eieosrls all other rna.di., in ike IrtalB?M < t
Pro*. Charchlll, of Tart., sass:? "VTIie.. nu-.t In 11 asa. c\r.-r.'
patient mar b? cured of Pulmuuary Cr.u.um[.tiJir Kv its lao
of M. pophtiuhttoa."
Ur. 3. H. Iludnall ofVlrrlnia, sasv-'I Cid Lamm's Kimi
llou particularly adapts' lo delicate cl..lirra, usa) ia lau
sumption and Chronic Bionckltis ll sci in. io ire the gnat
Dr. S. C. Olearei. Ki Prealdmit Vlrrtr.la MotUral rintel*
Mon, saya:?'-I bedcre Camara emulsion il tho beat propa
ration known far pulmouary diseases."
Ur. (i. K. Mason. Wast Virginia. Mfa:?"With tklMrta,
Camm'a F.tnulaton is the bast preparation I ha.c frat u-t-,1."
Dr. F. P. Bibby, rontatoc. afl*s., inya:-"la..iur. Kmalslal
ta the beat eomhination for CoLsuuiptiuu with aLlch I am
Pr. I. lt. Brattnn, Yorkrllle, 8. C., says:?"Peclded and
aalisfaet.rri ro.nlu muat follow tha uar nf Cann?'a Ku,union."
Ker. H. II. Haass, of Parra.Hie. Va., says:-"I hs.d on
Camms Emulsion for Uirao mouths, and am almost prepared
lo air I owe my life to lt."
Mfa. J, a Haoirry. Lrjaahhurc, Va., sasa.-'l'i.til I tried
Cammi Ksnalslon. I fa.iod ta Bud auy ?rrr.para.'l.'u ol' CVJ.
I.lvsr oil mr stoutuh would maru, uicn lu thc smallest
Thca*n>?e ar* a ftsr of the kundrade of testimonials we hara
of the superiority of Carma's F.iaulsioo osrr all I?illy prrpa
rations told. Il U manaiactiied of thc best mat-rials aud
with area, rare, and ia unirerially popular whcrctir knowu.
For tale by Dru,$glsU orory wliero.
Camm'*- Emulsion ri.mll*- at One Dellar.
E. A. CRAIGIIII.I. & CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, Mu-ufut-tuivra and Proprs.
I'. O. LockDrftwwr 62* LrneUbuia.*. Va. ?
Every buggy sold Dy agents has several
loUars added to the manufacturer's price.
Vc arc manufacturers, and have no ]
/ 'rata, Tor twenty years have dealt with |
3 consumer. We ship anywhere, with j
' vilece of examining befcxe huyiug. Wc
/ freight charges both ways, if uot sat
a^tory. Warrant everything for two
.?ars. Anyone who can write can order a I
??g_y or harness from us aa well as pay
rom J10 to $50 for some middle ina** tu .
>rder it for them. We give no credit, aud |
have one price only. Why do you pay
two profits ou your carriagesand-tarucsa?
Wily do you pay some one $10 to ?30 for
ordering these things, wheu you can do
it aud save this money? You run no risk.
We let you see the goods before yon ac
iceptthetn. We pay all the freight if we
fail to suit Over twenty years ago we
commenced to sell in this way, and would
not he in business now if wc had no
suited. 64 page catalogue free. Address
OiKHAHT CARRIAGE h OAMBB MTG CO.
"/Seeing Js Believing
And a good lamp
most be simple; -when it is not simple it is
not good, Simple, Beautiful, Good?-these
words mean much, but to see "The Rochester"
will impress the truth more forcibly. Ali metal,
tough and seamless, and made in three pieces only,
it is absolutely safe and unbreakable. Like Aladdin's
of old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp," for its mar?
velous light is purer and brighter than gas light,
softer than electric light and more cheerful than either.
Look for thlt stamp?Thb Rochester. If the lamp denier hts n't the ffoaulM
Rochester, and the style you want, send to us f sr our new illustrated catalogue,
and wt viii scud you a lamp safely by express? your choice Ot' over 2,0Uti
s/aricties from the Largest Lamp Stare in ihe World.
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\W "The Rochester.'
lu5?e ?ui 5 ell.
La Porte OWaWAac Co* uporte,ind.
OM to mn mi
K. M. IIAKMAX,
JOHN' T. II.UUl.'.X
DEALERS IN FINE WHISKIES.
(Opposite Virginia Hotel)
GO. D. LIQUOR HOUSE.
Try our celebrated Rockbridge County Va.. Whiskey, two ye?r
only $2.00 per gallon. Warranted pure und straight.
Auburn (Maryland live) Whiskey. .} years old. &2.G0 yer gallon.
Virginia Apple Brandy, $2.00 and $2.C0 j,or eal lon.
Old Monticello. Gray and Wilson whiskies, $3.00 per gallon.
We carry a larger stock old Liquors than any house in Virginia,
make the Jug ana Keg^trade a specialty. Send us your orders.
orantee to plea* Oct. 30?ly
irs old 1
A MAGNIFICENT COMBINATION FOR THE PEOPLE!
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Wc guarantee profit and pleasure io c\eiy elastomer. Profit, because our prices will
piove a positive saving to the bayer. Tit sure because our goods cannotjail to
please in quality and style.
It is iinpossible^to make u mistake in your Spring buying if you select
from the great Fair Priced-tock of
7 West Frederick St., 8TAl]I\TO_V,;VA.
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GC9 TO G13 WEST FRONT &TR4C7.
'CENTUM. CYCLE MTS. Ml
INDIANAPOLIS, IUD. |
BEN-HUR m 1
% PNEUMATIC TiHE, ? ? $100.08
CUSHION T1?.E, - ? ? 75.09
AGENT'S WANTED, j(
T II. STEPHENSON,
Attorney at Law,
Practices in thc courts of Highland ard
Natl* counties Va., and Pocahontas count;*
Universally conceded to he
the beat and only Digger that
work* to perfection in the soft?
est of aand and the toughest ol
clay, and unequalled oy all
othera to work in any kind ola
soil, aa the blades are sal
arranged snd made of spring^
steel, thus allowing them to
expand sad contract wncn .'.li?
ing and emptying came.
The handle is to arranged
that it can be lengthci.cJ to
any desired length by aJ.lin^
pipe to it in sections, so tliat
any desired depth can be
reached with these Diggers,
It is light, strong, ila ki hie
and simple (nothing compli?
cated about it), and doca twice
the work in less time than any
other Digger made.
Ask your dealer for it, or addresa
CYCLONE DIGGER CO.,
8T. LOUIS MO.