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Montcrey.Va.. Friday, July 21, 1893
That same old war-cloud.
War talk is again heard in Wash
in e;ton and, as usual, the rival of?
ficers are hoping that there may be
something in it. lt is not compli?
mentary to the British government,
which is pledged by formal treaty
to abide by the decision of the ar?
bitrators in the Behering Sea dis?
pute, that so many people should
be willing to believe that the mass?
ing of warships and the troops in
the Pacific indicates a disposition to
dispute by force the decision of the
arbitrators, should it be against En?
gland, aa it is generally believed it
will be, but the British goyern
ment has upon more than one occa?
sion in the past displayed some very
tjueer ideas of the meaning of in?
ternational honor. It has been
suggested that the talk about the
English government not accepting
the decision is all originated by the
English, for the purpose of influ?
encing the arbitrators in their de?
cision. If so it is a very foolish
proceeding, certainly as far as the
America arbitrators are concerned.
One of them ?Senator Morgan, of
Alabama?has more than once ex?
pressed the belief that another war
between the United States and En?
gland was inevit ble, .and that the
sooner it came the better for thu
Notwithstanding all the senti?
mental talk about the increasing
brotherly relations between the
great English speaking nations, no
well-informed man will deny that
there is the rivalry of commercial
traffic, which h:i>. drawn England
into more wars than any other one
thing. The commercial suprem?
acy of the world lies between the
two nations, and fl:hat either of them
will surrender the field peacably to
the other is not. probable. It is
said that no man can mingle with
the prominent and representative
men from all sections of the coun?
try who go to Washington without
becoming convinced that a war
with England would be very popu?
lar, particularly if England should
be the aggressor. Nothing would
please the American people more
than for England to refuse to abide
by the decision of the Behring Sea
arbitration. Such a cour.se would
justify war and the Americans
would so accept it.
There will be a Public meeting
?f the Democratic Party at the
court house of this county, on Tues?
day the 25th day of July"l893, [Co.
court day] for the purpose of ap?
pointing Delegates to the Con?
vention in Richmond, to nominate)
a Candidate for Govenor&c. andalso
to appoint delegates tj the Senato
rialconvention which meets in Cov?
ington on the 2-4th of August next,
to nominate a candidate for the
senate and house from this district.
A full attendance is specially de
i,, II. Stephenson, Co. Chairman
julv 21 2t.
t rn A
ME WAS OWNEDBY VIRGINIA
The State of Virginia once owned a
.slave, the onely one probably the
?Commonwealth ever did own. He
was known as Ben the Bell-ringer1
of the University of Virginia The
Universsty only had three hundred
dollars left o\e- when it was
?sndoweda nd it was proposed to buy
jj negro with this amount and keep
him as a bell-ringer. They bough^
lien, and in his time he -became a
great character at the University.
He knew everybody and was very
useful to everybody. Ben used to
get very drunk on the liberal and
constant fees he received from stu?
dents. He died in the A Ibe rn ale poor
fcoji-eataa advanced a-'e.? State.
Another Revolut'wn Proclaimed
Panama, July 14.?A battalion
<of San Salvador troops, cominan-I
<2ed by Col. Floaes, niiatiflied and j
-proeh-.im.ed a revolution. The ar-/
tillery under Gen. Ezela, met thens *
in battle in whiath the revolution- :I1
ists w ere defeated. The rebels ca- h
pittilated. In the engagement Col. B
Elores was killed. His principal' f<
lieutenants are in prison^ lix
STILL Growing BETTER.
New York Bankers Find the
Demands for Currency and Be
discounts Growing Lighter.
new YORk,Ju'y 14.?The marked
improvement in the financial situ?
ation, which was first noticed by
bank officers two or three days ago,
was reported to-day to show no sign
of abatement and the situation
this morning was declared to be
more encouraging than yesterday.
To-day the sub-treasury was debtor
at the clearing house $503,000 and
theyercentageof cash used in the
payment of balances was expected
to be greater than pesterday.
Tbis morning one large nations.!
bank retired $145,000 of its loan
certificates. These certificates will
now be ret-red by day, as they are
received from the clearing house in
payment of balance-}.
The banks reported this morning
the receipts of the large amounts
of currency from the country, .and
a noticeable decrease in the appli?
cation for rediscount and other
occommodations by country banks
in the morning mail.
One prominent down town Na?
tional bank with a very large coun?
try connection, did not have a sin?
gle application for rediscount in its
mail to-day. The Comptroller's
call for the statement of the con?
dition of National banks as of July
12 will it is believed release a large
amount of enrrency. Commercial
paper was not pressing very much
to-day but some first class single
name 4 months paper was bought
at rates running fron 10 to 15 per
cent. The offerings, however are
light, and it is argued by bankers
from this that the merchants and
manufactures who trimmed their
sails to the wind before the finan?
cial storms swept over the land are
now in fairly good condition.
A bank president said to-day that
he regular statement of their son
dition put out this month by busi?
ness men merchants and manufac?
turers show that they are in avery
good condition, much better in fact
than was expected. These state?
ments show that fhey have compar?
atively very little stock on baud,
and more book accounts outstayi?
ng than they had at the same time
in 1890, the year of the panic
Then they had large amounts of
stock on hand, and not so much
money owing to them as now.
This is belived to be a very good
sign, as it indicates th.at the recov?
ery among the manfacturers will be
much quicker. In some western
cities it has been learned that the
merchants have pooled their stocks
of goods and exchanged with one
another ta ittit their ?wn reauire
ments, t}llls working off their stir
plus stocks without loss.
Chicago, July 14. World's Fair is to
be clo?ed on Sunday. After July 10
it will not be open to public on the
first day of the week. The admis?
sions of nextSunday have already
been donated for the relief of the
families of the firemen who lost
their lives in the recent fire on the
grounds, and but for this fact the
Fair would probably have been
closed next Sunday. The vote of the
local directory rescinding its for?
mer action was overwhelmingly
in favor of closing it, standing
24 to 4.?Wheeling Register
Has Yellow Fever Aboard.
Nobfoek. Va., July 14-Signal offi?
cer Sherry, at Cape Henry, has wired
the signal office'here that the British
Danna, bound from Havana
and anchored off quarantine station,
Fisherman's islands, thirty miles
east of Hampton Roads, reported
that she had lost her captain who
died with yellow fever, and that three
nf the crew were down with the
disease. The United States qu?iran
bine official have the r ,'ssel in charge
A No'.ed Sioux Chid Dead.
Omaha. Neb., July 14.?A Bee spe?
cial foin Pine Ridge ageucy says:
the head chief of the White Sioux
Nation, dropped uead at Newcastle,
Wyo. By his death without any
lineal descendants the mantle ot
.hiefship falls to Little Wound.
Ttiey are getting there.
There is a general Complaint' }
hat the flies are larger and more t
i u mero us th is year than ever,. They
ave invaded, some premises and
lade life almost a burden. The
r-stive "muskeeter" is also getting
i .his work in ,soine parts of Rich-J t
mond, and making merry in the
stilly night. The BED-BUG is al?
so bobbing up serenely in some lo?
calities, while the fleas are not be?
hind their neighbors in the work
of making men, and women, too,
miserable. As these fleeting
thoughts .are written the writer
has a vivid recollection of an un?
welcome visit from this hast most
vexing insect. This is the season
when we can with regret the sub?
lime words of the poet who wrote:
"The June bug has a wing of gold,
The lightning bug of flame;
The bed-bug has no wing at all,
But he gets there just the same.
or if you wish:. -
The June bug leaves the last of June,
The lightning bug in May;
The bed-bug takes his bonnet oft*
And 6ays Iv'e come to stay.
.Mitchell not ready to decide.
New Yonk, July 14.?The fol?
lowing cable was received here to
"London, July 14. ?Charlie
Mitchell will not decide whether
he will fight Jim CDrbet in Cres?
cent, Coney Island, or Columbian
Athletic Olub until he arrives in
America. He will give either the
Columbian or Crescent clubs the
preference, being afraid New York
State authorities might interfere tf
he agreed to fight in the Coney Is?
Subject to Pain in the Stomach.
Elder S. S. Beaver, of McAllister
ville, Juniatta Co., Pa., says his
wife is subject to pain in the stom?
ach. L.ast summer she tried Cham?
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dia?
rrhoea Remedy for it, and was very
much pleased with the speedy relief
it afforded. She has since used it
when n-'ce^sary and found that it
never fails. For sale by
News from Brazil's War.
Valparaiso, July 14.?The Her?
ald's correspondent in Montevideo
telegraphs that the government
vessel Republica is now en route
to Rio Grande to fight VVandelkolk
on the Jupiter. The pert of Rio
Grande has been blocked. It is re?
ported that the officers and crew
of the Republica will desert and
join Wandelkok ns soon as the
steamer arrives at Rio Grande.
Last fall I was taken with a kind
of summer complaint, accompan?
ied with a wonderful diarrhoea.
?Soon after my wifes sister, who
lives with us, was taken in the
same way. We used almost every
thing without benefit. Then I
said let us try Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
which we did, and that cured us
right away. I think much of it, as
t done for me what it was recom
ended to do. John Hertzler, Beth?
el Berks Co., Pa. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for s.ale by
New Grocery Firm.
D. A. Sniteman, the well known
Ma:ns'reet gruie , announces in an?
other column that he has sold his
entire stock of staple and fancy gro?
ceries, confectionaries, etc., to J.
Luther Henderson & Co., who will
continue the business at the old
stand near the corner of Augusta.
Mr. Sniteman will retire from the
business entirely. The new firm
consists of Mr. Henderson, who
has long been connected with the
etore, and is thoroughly familiar
with the business, and T. A. Davis
another well known and experi?
enced business man.?Staunton
Mr. Henderson is one of our
Highland boys and his many friends
will join us in wihsing him success.
An Offer To Fitzsimmons.
New York, July 14.?Bob Fitz?
simmons s?aid to-night th.at he w.as
in receipt of a letter from Domin?
ick O'Malley, in the Columbian
Athletic Club, offering him a $17,
OOO purse if Tie woud fight Joe
Choynski, the Calafornia light
heavy-weieht, at catch weights, in
the Columbian arena. When .asked
if he wmild accept the offer Fitz re?
plied: "I will never go out of my
class again to meet Choynski. If I
never make up my mind to go be?
yond the middle weight limit, 1.58
pounds, it will be to tackle Jim
Corbett for the championship of
UI will never fight .again for a
aurse less than $20,000, If I can't
jet on a match I will retire and o
ien a blacksmith shop?my old
rade. I'm worth over $25,000 now
md I ? less that will keep me. If
"hoynski or any other man gets
own to 158 pounds I'll meet him
nd wager $10,000 on the outside
hat J will lick him.."
WILLIAM A, FRASIER, M. D,
Practice limited to the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Formerly Consulting Oculist and Au
nst to the St. Louis City Hospital, and
Surgeon- in Charge of the Missouri Eye
and Ear Infirmary, St. Louis.
OFFICE-Over Augusta National Bank,
Will be hereon each Court-day
and will rep?air watches, clocks,
sewing machines, &c, &c. Repairs
for all in his line kept on hand
Call on him.
All work warranted.
NEW HAMPDFN, VA.
Special .attention given to any
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Prepares Boys and Youong 3/er
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Royal, Va. July 21 4t.
We hereby notify all persons tr
keep their horses, cattle, sheep and
hogs off of our lands, as we will en?
force the law against all who sc
J. L. Hudson ; W. W. Galford
J.Kelly | Henry Taylor
Lizzie Taylor j YV. M. Akers
George Taylor i James Taylor
(July 7 to Oct 13.)
To Breeders of Fine Driving
and Saddle Horses.
I will be in Monterey on Tues?
day July 25th with my fine com*
bined saddle and driving horse.
Charita C. and if the breeders of
Highland Co. will give me sufficient
encouragement I gill make the fall
season in said Co. Charlie C. is a
dapple grey 16? hands high weighs
1375 poundo, and is a combination
of Bashaw, and Hamiltonion. Ped*
igree can be given in full.
Mason Boggs owner,
July 14 2t.
Notice to the Public.
I hereby inform my patrons and
the public in general that I am
the sole proprietor of all the medi?
cine sold in thc name of Dr. J. L.
Blakmore, Son & Co. and that I
h?ave but one traveling agent.
That is John W.Blnkemore, Mr.
B. I. Kiracouffe is not handling any
medicine put up by me.
Augusta Co. Va,
July 7 3t.
The Course Ol True Love IsRok y
Anna Thom,as is said to be the only
woman in the wildest portion of
Skamanin couty, Washington. Twa
? -?.ckwoodmeu were suitors for her
hand, and she decided, it is averred,
to marry the better man. They
thereupon fought a duel with bowie
knives, but the battle was declared
a draw, because both wero wounded
Then they played a game of seven
np to decide* the matter. The winner
with consent of the women, sent for
a minister to marry them But when
hhe clerical gentleman, who was an
utter stranger, arrived, the woman
Pell violently in love with him, and
leclared her intention of wed
ng the p.arson, which intention,
t is related, vas crried out, despite
he violent opposition of the disap?
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giving special arrangements for securing
situations for its graduates.
J. G. Dunsiaore, President.
July 14th 2m.
We heredy notify all persons to
keep their horses, ci.t le, sheep, and
hogs off of the Posten Red Log
Chestnut Ridge .S'heep Pen and
Burke House or(!ot No, twelve)
lands. As we will enforce the law
against all who so trespass.
We hereby revoke and cancel all
priveliges and permits granted In
any of us as ro these lands.
July 1st, 1893
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