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lsimillsAND RECORDER.
Terms: $1.50 a Yea in Advance.
Issued every !' i.'.e.y evening by
1. H. Mr.li ??.:],
BDIT.OR
PUBLISHER.
iEnlered af' the Monterey postolPce as
second doss matter.
! Monterey.Va.. Fii.lny, Jqjjj :, 1993
"EXT EA"
The President's Procla?
mation, Calling For An
Extra Session.
AUGUST SEVENTH, THE DAtE
?Will it inspire confidence, and
turn the tide in the na?
tions finances? The
opinion of prom?
inent people.
The Call:
Executive Mansion,
Washington, D. C., June 30. "08
Whereas, The distrust and appre?
hension concerning the financial
situation, which pervade all bus
Hies circles, aud have already caus
pA great loss and damage to our
people, and threated to cripple otir
in 'reliant-?, stop th? wheels of our
manufacture, and bring distress
and privation to our fanners and
withhold from our workingmen the
Wages of labor, and,
VVheueas. Tho present perilous
condition is larg dy t!i3 result of a
financial policy which the executive
branch of the government finds
embodied in unwise laws which
must be executed until repealed by
Congress,
Kow.therefore, I, Grover Cleve?
land, President of the United States
in performance of a constitutional
duty, do by proclamation de?
clare that an extraordinary occa?
sion repuiit- the cone?ning of both
Houses of Congress of the United
States at the capitol in the city of
Washington on the seventh day of
Angnst at 12o'clock noon, to the
end that the people may be relieved
through legislation from present
nnd impending danger and distress
All ttu'se entitled to act as mern
?hers of the Fifty-third Congress
are required to take notice or this
proclamation and attend at tin
time and place above stated.
Given under my hand aud the
seal of the United States at tht
City of Washington on the 30th
day of June, in the year of otu
Lord, one thousand eight hundrec
and ninety three, and of the inde
pendence of the U; i ed States, tht
?*?ne hundred and seventeenth.
Grover Cleveland.
Por sometime the President ant
members of his Cabinet have beer
making a canvas of Senators ant
its members with a view to ascer
taining the prospects of securing i
majority in both Houses favoring
a repeal of thc Sherman Silver law
And when the Cabinet wen
June 29 the members were a wan
that a decisive action was lookei
for by au anxious public. It now
appears that the information tait
before the President at that day'
Cabinet meeting convinced hiu
that there was a majority in Con
gress, favorable to repealing" th
Sherman law. Hence the call to
an August session.
!? This is the second time in th
United States when an extra se;
{.ion has been called as a result c
the threatening condition of til
country's finances and revenue
March"l7 1841. President Haw
son found it necessary to cull a
extra session to avert a threatens
calamity, such as now makes
necessary that President Clevelaii
should take a like action; twelve i
all, have called within the Govern
uients history but all with the e:
ception of the last, and its parall
in 1841. have been to devi with
certain .and stated part of goveri
mont affairs, and not, in a matt
of suorh vital importance to tl
masses. To wh.at extent this ac
ion will effect the present depre
sion, is yet to be seen; but the i
(Ucations are that the financial si
nation will be improved by tl
mere fact alone, that the Presidei
has taken the action he has; ai
with the repeal of thc Sherman la
public confidence will again fii
a firm footing, the viws of sever
Congressmen all indie ate this; Kc
resentative McMillan of Tenness
said that the President had talc
the surest and promptest woy 0
of the difficulty. Early acti<
would restore confidence: throng
ont the country. ' '
Representative R. G. Davey,:
new member from Louisiana, coi
mended the .action ol' the Presider
and thought bespoke .for his ov,
State and the Louisiana delcgatic
which will vote for the repeal
the Sherman, act.
Senator Gr,ay of Delewi
thought th it tha le-H-ranf bil
nance had not been- thordugli
learn.-1 by .the country, au.I ti
special inseting of C.mgiv--; wou
tend more to breed confidence
the silver nen -than r. iv thi ii _; eb
iRepre^ittative-OForrell of Vi
ginia said Unit any public ncti
of President Cleveland should
endorsed. He commends the sta
he has taken, and thinks the Sh
man law will be repealed.
Representative McGann of \
iiois was for the repeal of the Sh
nan ;uA. and with that out of the
vav. the passage of a sensible and
iroad-gauge statute. He would
ippose free coinage.
Representative Tucker of Virgin
it was ih favor of repealing the
Sherman law. but believed that an
tel something similar to the
Bland-Allison act should be the
nitial step toward reform.
Encouraging.
President Cleveland never did a
nore universally popular thing
tuan when he issued his proclama?
tion calling an extra session of
Congress to meet August 7, it be?
ing generally conceded by every?
body that the financial situation
deni ands Congressional legislation,
although, nf cours?, there is a dif?
ference of opinion .as to the exact
nature of what that legislation
ought to be. lt is well known
that in calling the extra session
for August instead of September as
origioally intended, the President
deferred to public opinion as repre?
sented by prominent individuals
and buisiness originations in every
section. They stated to him that
in their judgement on 9arly exlra
session would have a tendency of
it-i'll' to restore public confidence
and improve the financi-1 situation,
and alrhough it greatly inconveni?
enced Lim personally and doubt?
less many of the Senators and Rep?
resentative-; who had made their
arrangements for September he
yielded, and a good effect is already
perceptible. The Wall Street
Stock Exchange has scored an ad?
vance; the improvement ranging
from U to 2 per cent. Beers were
heavy buyers, and in their eager?
ness, bid prices op on themselves
Chicago reports a decided react?
ion from the under depression ol
the recent past; holders of all class?
es of property are more confident
this with liberal Exports of wheat
liberal Export buying, and the fact
that sufficient money is forthcom?
ing to pay for all cash property
delivered on July contracts ha
in <i great measure counteracts
the feeling of distrust and ha
brought a more confident feelinj
in financial circles. Now tha
the extra session has been calle
the question naturally arises, wha
will it do? Mr. Cleveland states ii
his proclamation that "The preien
perilous condition is largely the re
I suit of a financial policy which th
executive branch of the goverment
finds embodied in unwise law
which must be executed until n
pealed by Congress," and it wouh
seem that both House and Senat
being democratic there should I
no difficulty in haying those un
wise laws repealed at the reque>
of a democratic administration, pal
titularly when the fact is remelt
bered that the Chicago platfori
upon which the democratic part
carried i he country by an ove
whelming majority, denouncethos
laws and demand their repea
but there is a difficulty,and a doab
although it is growing less substai
tial, as to the repeal of the She
man Silver law. Senator Vorhee
I chairman of the Senate com mit i
on Finance, who has always vot<
for the free coinage of silver,
strongly in favor of the repeal <
the Sherman law and express
the belief that it will be repe.ale
The Senator is always a pow
n I in Congress and his aid will u
questionably be valuable in tl
Senate, where the strongest oppo:
tion to the repeal will be met.
seems to be settled in the minds
those who have been studying t
question that the House will vc
for repeal by a majority of n
less than 20, althotgh it may ta
good leadership and some hr
fighting to g?t it to a vote.
In view of the probability o
prolonged fight in which the wh
silver question would be thoron^
ly stirred up, and its probable 1
1J" effect upon financial affairs, i
suggestion bas been made that
would bc good policy for the ex
session to pass a resolution auth
izing the president to suspend I
purchase of silver under the Sh
man law and then at once to
journ. It is claimed by ad voca
of this plan that it would dem
strate before the opening of
regular session of Congress
the purchase of silver was as lar
ly responsible for the finam
string! ney as it is claimed to
and woubl enabid Congress to 1
isl.ite ni o l the subject with m
intelligence. On the other ha
lhere are numbers of demon
who say the party Ss pledged
give the'country financial and I
ind iff reform arid that the work sho
er-'
[begin with the extra session i
IR. I not end until it luis been tl.
er- j ouoghly completed.
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A Second Degree Man Pardoned.
Charleston w. va., June 17.-Gov
W. A McCorkel to-day issued a par?
don for David Bright, convicted of
murder in the second degree at
the April term. 1891, of the Poca?
hontas Circuit Court, and sentenc?
ed to a tenn of live ye.ars in the
penitentiary. The application for
pardon was supported by Judge P.
A. Guthrie, who presided at the
trial, the State attorney who prose?
cuted the case, the foreman of the
grand jury who returned the in?
dictment, the county clerk, the cir?
cuit clerk, the .assessor. H. A. Yeag?
er. J. P. Moomaw, Samuel B.
Haines, Uriah Hevener and a large
number of responsible citizens of
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A mission priest recently return?
ed to the City cf Mexico from an
indian village, only two days jour?
ney, and reports having discovered
an Indian temple with seven large
Aztec idols, to which the people
prayed publicly.
Was lt Governor Spottswood's
Bjckle?
The Port Republic correspon?
dent of the Baltimore Sun, has the
following article which is of inter?
est, to every Virginian: "Mr. As
bury Bear, of Elkton, Va., is the
possessor of a silver buckle,thought
to have been the property of Gov?
ernor Spottswood. This buckle is
made of silver and set with bril?
liants. There were originally fif?
ty-eight of these brilliants, but
now only thirty-six are left. Six
of the brilliants were lost when
Mr. Rear found the buckle, and he
hits given away ;<1! but the remain?
der. The buckle is a very hand?
some one, 2 by 3 inches, and was
evidently the property at one time
of the old Virginia gentleman.
There is no mark or other means
of identifying the buckle, lt was
found by Mr. Rear in a field neal
Swift Run Gap, in this ( Rocking?
ham ) county about 1878.
In Fontaine's account of the
crossing thc mountains by the ex?
pedition beaded by Governor Spotts?
wood, he speaks of the Governoi
having lost one of his "silver knee
buckles set with brilliants11 in thc
tirst camp made after crossing tin
mountains. It was also the lasl
camp made by them in the Valley
for after viewing the Bhcnandoal
river they retraced their steps. Tin
place where the buckle was fount
is one which would evidently bi
chosen for a camping ground, ant
is another reason for supposing i
to have been the place mentionet
by Fontaine. There has alway:
been a questbn as to whether tin
expedition crossed the mountains a
Thornton's Gap or at Swift Rm
Gap. If this buckle could be iden
titled as Governor Spottswood's, i
would establish tbe route beyom
cavil."? Vindicator.
Commissioner's Oflicc.
Monterey, Va.;
June 16, 1893.
To all of the parties interested i
the estate of Annie E Varner,
You are hereby notified that
have fixed upon Tuesday,
Jul/the 11th, 1893,
at my Office in Monterey, Va., t
take state and report thc followin
account, to wit: 1st, An accoui
of the transactions of Walter 1
Campbell, Committee of Annie Va:
ner, a lunatic. 2nd, An .account (
the debts properly chargable again:
the estate of said lunatic with the
legal priorities. 3rd, An accoui
is| of tbe personal assets due said e
p tate. 4th, An account showin
I what real estate belongs to said Al
L^j nie E. Varner, a lunatic, with i
annual and fee simple value, all i
which he will state and report
the next term of this Court wil
any matters deemed pertinent 1
himself or required to be stated 1
any of the parties interested; whit
accounts are required to be tak<
by an order of the Circuit court f
Highland county, entered on t
3rd day of May, 1893, in a suit
chancery therein depending bet we
The Western Lunatic Asylc
Plaintiff,
and
Walter P. Campbell, comm itt
of Annie Varner, Lunatic, Nan
I. Judy, anel W. F. Varner, I
fondants;
at which time and placo you tvre:
quired to attend.
(liven under my hand as Co
missioner in Chancery of the C
it j cutt and County Courts of si
tra I county, the day and year aforesa
0_] 0. Wilson, Comm'r.
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Commissioners Oilice.
3/ONTKHEY, Va..
July 10, 1893
To all the parties interested
the distribution of thc funds in 1
following suit:
You are hereby notified that
have fixed upon Monday, the
10th day of July nexl
]1(1 j at my Office in Monterey, Va..
1 take state and report the follow!
"llts accounts, to wit: 1st, An accot
to showing the further transaction
ter- E. V. Ervine, adm'r of Hamil
u]j Qwimdec'd. 2nd. An account sh<
, ing what would bea fair and i
ina J sortable fee for L. II. Stephens
lor-jottor-iey for the plaintiff in j
cause. 3rd, An account distrib
ing the funds in this suit among
the parties entitled thereto. AU
of which he will state and report
ko the next term of this Court with
?my matter deemed pertinent by
himself or required to be stated by
;iny one of the parties in interest,
which aaccounts are required to be
taken by an order of the Circuit
('oort for Highland ('ounty, enter?
ed op the 4th day of May, 1898, in
a snit in Chancery therein depend?
ing between
Hamilton Gwins, Adm'r., Plt'fl.,
and
Hamilton Gwih'h Dei t's.
at which time and place you tire
required to attend.
Given under my hand as Commis?
sioner in chancery of the circuit
and county courts of Raid county
the day and year aforesaid.
0. Wilson, Comm'r.
L. II. Stephenson, p. q. 4t
Ph ? lie S ale
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VALUABLE
LANDS
XDO_E] .EHIIILiL,
In Highland County.
In 'pursuance of a decree renderet
in the Circuit Court of Ilighlam
County at the October term 18U2
in the chr. cause of E. li, V. Wil
son &C.
vs.
J. Clark Wilson kc, the under
Bigned com r therein named, wil
proceed on the premises on Satur
dav' the
' 15th of July, 1893,
to sell at public auction to th
highest bidder, tbe tract of lan
containing SI acres, upon whir
Matilda Wilson lately died seized
This tract lies near Doc Hill ii
the county of Highland, bas upo
it a good house and necessary oul
houses anel is regarded as -a vcr
nice farm.
Terms: Enough cash in hand t
pay the costs of this suit and th
costs of sale, and for the reside
the purchasers will be required t
execute bonds with good securit
payable in one, twe>, and three yeal
bearing interest from day of sa^
and the legal title to be retained ;
ultimate security.
1. H. Stephenson com
I, J, C. il/atheny clerk of Circa
court of Highland County, do lim?
by certify that L. H. Stephens*:
has given the bond required by I
hove decree.
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bronchitis, neuralgia, nervous pr
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In these diseases physicians hf
had little success, as the name tl
have given to this class of disord
indicates, but Compound Oxy<i
has worked wonders.
There is only one genuine Co
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ensure ta) give him tx call. m v3
Notice to the Public.
I hereby infonh my patrons
the public in general that I
the sole proprietor of all them
cine sold in tho name of Dr. J
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That is John W.Blekemore,
lb 1. Kiracouffe ia not handling
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We heredy notify fill persons 1
keep their horses, ct.t le, sheep, an
hog^ off of thc Posten Ked Lg
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Burke House or(Iot No, twelv,
lands. As we will enforce tho Iii
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priveliges and permits granted 1
any of ns as ro these lands.
duly 1st, 1893
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