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OFFICIAL PI RECTORY.
Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?Hou. "Wm.
McLaughlin, Lexington, Ya.
County Judge.?Bon. C. R. McDan
nald, Warm Springs, Va.
Circuit and Gotmty Clerk.?J. C. Ma?
theny, Monterey, Va.
Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. H.
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.?B. Hin-er Ha Bael.
Board of Supervisors.?J. S. McNulty, j
chairman, and H. H. Seybert and Chas.'
Presbyterian?Rev. T. N. Lambert pas?
M.E. Church?Rev. R. H. Clark pastor.
U. B. Church?Rev. J, M. Holt, pas?
M. E. Church South?F. E. Hammond,
Epworth League. M. E. Church South,
Monthly meetings, Devotional sa-rv;ces
each Sabbath at 3:30. p. m. Literary ?er
vices on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday nights,
and btrsintrss meetings the 4-th Wedna-sday
From Staunton to Monterey?Arrives
at Monterey at 7 p. m.; leaves "at 5 a. m.
Horseshoe Route?Leaves Monterey
at 5 a. m., via Vanderpool, on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; leaves Monte?
rey at 5 a. m., via Strait Creek, on Mon?
day* Wednesdays and Fridays.
June lltb, Com. \ June 18, ll a ni.
July 2, ll a. m. j July I), "
July 23, " | July 30. "
Aug. 13, ? | Aug. 20, "
Sep. 3, " | Sep. 10, "
Sep. 24, " 1 Oct. 1, "
H. R. Smith, Pastor.
L. S. Dickenson has a cure for
gapes call at his store and get a
package and you will have no more
It 8ares the Children.
uMy little boy was very bad off I
with diarrhoea. We used various
medicines, also called in two Doct?
ors, but nothing done him any
good until we used Chamberlain's!
Colic, Cholera and diarrhoea Reme?
dy, which gave immediate relief
and soon cured him. I consider it
the best medicine made and can
concientiously recomend it to all
who need a diarrhoea or colic med?
icine. J. E. Hare, Trenton, Tex.
25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by
Dob aSttlleuberger & Co.
I will give $ 10.00 to any person
or persons, who can furnish proof j
of the party or parties who are tak- j
ing my fence rails from my fence at
my Green Hill pasture.
f u30-4t Jacob Lightner.
Our conespondants will please
be more piompt in sending rn their
communications. Lately several let?
ters have reached us too late They I
should come to tha office not later
than weduesbay evening of each J
W. L. Taylor the jeweler, will be
in town court day prepared to do
all work in his line; bring that old
watch and have it repaired.
Cheese at Bishop Bros.
Died?June 29?Mrs. H. S. Tyree
at her home, Mountain Grove Va,
aged, 22 years 3months and26
days. The deceasedwas the young?
est daughter of Mr. andMrs. J. H.
Tom Hogshead's Horse & Cattle
Powders, Family Linament, and
little Liver Pills are the best goods
on the market. For sale by L. S.
Soda Water ! Soda Water!
Bishop Bros have been somewhat
irregular in supplying their cus|
tom with soda water during the
Summer season; but now ar-1
rangements have been made to
keep the fountain in full blast
for the remainder of the season. Call
and get a refreshing drink, ice cold.
Tha Ladies of the Prespyteraa
church will serve ice cream at Shu?
mate building next court day, also
What a Vile Binna-.
An Arkansas preacher is credited
with saying: "God made the world
and then He rested. Later on He
made man, and then rested again.
Then He made women, and since
then neither God nor man nas had
MY .re^t.11?Lynchburg Advance.
Il .-" ?
Rrpans Tabulos banish pain.
Mr. Bratton an attorney of
Huntersville W. Va was in town
on business this week.
-Mr. Arlie Jones, of Doe Hill, who
has been visitingfriends in Pocuhor.
tas Co. W. Va. passed through town
Tuesday on his way home.
Mr. Robet Noel who has been
employed at New port News for
some time is at home on a short
Mr. John W. Bird of Mill Gap
was up yesterday.
Mr. A. T. Stephenson of Jack?
son's river was here on business
Miss Lola Kerr who has been visit?
ing friends in Highland returned to
lier home in -Staunton thia morn?
Mr. Joseph Bark man and wife
of Staunton. .$ at several days with
friends in Mon ter.ey. They visited
Bolar Springs and other places of in?
terest while here and express them
selves as being delighted with the
Scenery, good water and plesantly
eool nights all of which contrib?
uted to tbe enjoyment of their
Mr. Amby Wimerof New Ham?
pden called and subscribed Monday.
Miss Kate Whitelaw -of Hightown
has been visiting Miss Emma Ma?
theny this week.
Drs. Siple of Oak Flats W. Va.,
audSnv.n of Mc Dowell spent Mon?
day in town.
Mr. H. F. Slaven, paid Fort Sey
bert a flying visit this week and
was accompanied on his return by
Miss Margaret t Siple, who will
spend some time visiting in town.
Misses Sarah Ruckman of Long
Gl.ide Augusta Co. and Sadie Da?
vis of Bridgewater who have been
visiting friends on BackCie-k re?
turned to their homes yesterday.
Mr. James. A. Gentry news edi?
tor of The Richmond State, died
very suddenly at his home, 420
South Pine St Richmond Va.
July 10th after being indisposed
for a week or more.
persons coming to town Court day
will notice quite an improvement
on Main street. The board of Su?
pervisors at a recent meeting di?
rected Supt. Trimble to macada?
mize tha? Street with limestone from
the lower to the upper end cf town
and for several days a good force of
hands hnve been bu*y breaking and
leveling the rock, and now the
long .needed improvement is nearly
completed. Squire Trimble though
not a citizen of the town is a large
property owner and shows the in?
terest he feeels by the amount of ex?
tra work which has already been
done, and which he expects yet to
do. Let the good work go on.
Prospects are favorable for a
fair crop of berries of all kind this
season; lay other cares aside for the
time, and gather these palatable
luxuries for "winter pies."
Gardens, and the growing crops
in different sections, have been
considerably damaged by th,e pro?
tracted drouth, corn especially,
will bw a short ci op, unless watered
by refreshing showers.
Off for a hay ride, "twas Baid
when a four in-hand, packed with
generously filled baskets a party of
pretty girls, and a few of the "hor?
rid things" pulled out of town
Wednesday evening at 4 o'clock
mid a glimmer of sunshine and
dust; sueh it was. A jostling but
jolly ride of five miles, and the
ribbon-i were drawn "neath the
oaks that east their shadows across
the famous Gwin Spring: here,
within the shades1 fair and willing
hands, spread a feast sufficient for
all: Supper enjoyed, the fisherman's
paraphernalia was brought forward
and hands unaccustomed, whipped
the river in a vain effort to induce
one of the speckled kind to partake
of a tempting bait: but alas:
A luckless turtle alone can tell
Of the prowess of a fishergirl.
The homeward drive through a
mazie of moon beams and shaddows
was a delight, and the glad songs
by merry yoices, spoke of an enjoy?
able evening for all.
Killed by a C. 4 0. Train
Charlestown, W. Va., July 14
Andrew Barton was struck by a
C" & 0. passenger train to-day, and
was instantly killed. He lived on
Loup Creek.?Wheeling Register
Cteek's Mill News. -
ClheksMill, Va,, July Sth '08
Every thing is quiet in our commu?
nity at present.
The farmers are all busy witl
Miss Mollie Burks who has beei
visiting Mrs. John Cleek has re
tunied to her home in Rockbridge
Mrs. Sieg and Miss Lucy Swad
ley are spending a lew days at Bo
Miss Mary Winfree of Church
ville is visiting Mias Emma Mi
Mrs Agnes Sommers is visiting
Mrs. Wm Stephenson of Wilsons
Mrs. Ella Byrd who has beei
in Staunton for some time has re?
Mr. E. 0. Hardy is yistting
friends at Cleek's Mill.
[The above reached us too bate for
last week's issue.]
Trayeler's Repose Items.
Traveler's Repose, W. Va. Ju?
ly 18 l93.?A fine rain Monday
which was badly needed in this
part -of the country.
Wheat and hay harvest are in
full blast, wheat aud oats are fine
but meadows are very light.
Miss Bessie Dysard of Driftwood
W. Va. is visiting her brother Law?
rence at this jdace. ?
J. S. Burner of Split Rock W.
Va, (formerly of this place) in vis?
iting his pfirents.
Mr. C. C. Burner and daughter
Miss Lena are visiting friends at
Green Bank this week.
Rev. W. G. Hammond P. E, will
hold a qu.irterly meeting at Green
Bank on the 22nd and 23rd of July
Rev. C. C. Arbogast preached a
very interesting sermon at the
Brush Run school house Sunday.
Mr. Jason Sheets and family of
this place Started to day for Buff?
alo Gap where they expect to make
their future home. Our best wish?
es go with them.
Mrs. James Kerr of Green Bank
is visiting her sister Mrs. A. M. V.
Arbogast at this place.
C. L, C. Burner of Green Bank
has contracted to carry the U. S.
mail from Traveler's Repose to
Dunmore. This route has been re?
ported, sold out to different parties
about 25 times more or less since
the 1st of July.
Success to the Recorder.
Green Bank News.
Geen Bank, W. Va.' July 17.?
We are having considerable dry
weather but grain lo >ks well and
^rass will be short, and not more
than a half a crop of fruit.
Messrs Joe Phillips, and J. 0.
Williams of Top of Alleghany have
been visitiing here lately.
Cheat river has been the resort of
several sportsmen lately who report
Black Bass are plentiful in the
Sreenbrier river ks far up as the
Cunningham place opposite here.
War in Siam.
London July 14.?A dispatch
from Bankok, the capital of Siam
states that twenty Siames were kill?
ed and fourteen wounded yesterday
during exchauges fired between the
forts at the mouth of the Meniam
river and the French gunboats Com
eto and Inconstante, which forced
the passage of the bar in the face
of orders from the Siamese
Government prohibiting their en?
trance into the river
A rather singular accident oc?
cured on last Thursday as Mr Bark
man of Staunton ,and J. C. Mathe?
ny were crossing the mountain from
Monterey to Hightown in a buggy.
A short distance West of the top of
the mountain the two drirng along
at moderately fast gait on
down grade the horse sudden ly fell
in the shafts, the stop being so
abrnpt as to throw Mr. M. out of
the buggy, the hind wheel passing
over his arm and body n0 serious
damage, we are pleased to gay was
done. The run over man has this to
say that; il was just simply an
inevitable unavoidable tumble for
which no one is culpable or respo?
Gapes! Gapes! Gapes!
Tom Hogsheads Poultry Powders
are guaranteed to cure chicken
gapes. For sale by L, S. Dickenson,
A Job for a fool killer.
The fool who rocks the boat ha
been at his deadly work again an
two men have lost their lives in co;
sequence. That the boat rocke
was one of those drowned is sm al
consolation. His tribe never dc
creases. He turns up at picnics
where he delights in drowning wc
men and children and he is to b
seen any pleasant .afternoon on th
ponds in the parks terrifying hi
coin.panion'-'. He is the first cousi:
of the "did'nt know it was loaded
idiot and is a bosom friend of th
gibbering j.abberwock who pul
chairs irom beneath people "fo
fun." Heroic measures only wi!
serve to curb this person's humo
and a vigorous application of a bon
hook or an oar to his thick skul
at the first indication of playf ulnes
is the only way fa reduce the mot
tality he causes every year.?Cfc
ea go Heaald.
Huntington, Wi. Va., July 14.
George Newhouse, aboyeixtseen
years-old, went bathing in the Ohi
River this evening at six o,clocfc
and getting out beyond his depth
was drowned. He was the suppor
of his mother. The body was re
Thc tait eKanet
ot tba consumptiTC
la usually takes
w h e n ho " goet
south." Alas how
many never return
alive! Dr. Fenner'!
Oolden Relief take
in 6 drop daises on a
small lump of au-rai
once In two boura,
tion. It hos been
stiarmatized as a
"cure ali" That li
unjust It claims tc
cure but ono disease, rix.: INFLAMMATION.
Dut that appearing in so many forms makes a
long list of narra?,. It certainly looks like a big
jump from corns and felons to consumption. But
each is inflammation, and inflammation can nc
more thrive under thc application of this remedy
than potato bugs caa under paris green. It kills
lfca- If no Inflammation then there would be no
consumption: arrest it and you arrest the con?
sumption. Mr. S. L. Amphlctt, Clearmont, South
Dakota, writes: "I am a well man aud cannot
say enough in praise of Golden Relief. Took it
as directed. lu two weeks cough had ceased
and throat trouble of years standing disap
. Mared. The Golden fielief is all you claim for
, ft. I MTrfld tell of other wonderful cures." This la
the brief tale of a man who had had the "hectic
Hush" and was about to take the "last chance."
Instead of "going south" he was induced to use
Golden Relief. He did sot "go south." To-day
he ls a well maa. Try lt. If not satisfied with
results, money refunded. No narcotics, nc
mineral poisons in lt. Safe and certain. Nercz
disappoints. One tablespoonful oures LaGrtpps.
Take a bottle home to-day.
Chamberlain'!' Eye and Bkin Ointment
Is a certain cure for Chronic -Sore Eves
Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipples, Piles
Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum and .Scald Head
25 cents per box. For sale by druggists.
TO HORSE OWNERS.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy con
dition try l>r. Cady's Condition Powders
They tone up the system, aid digestion, cur*
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correc:
kidnrr disorders and destroy worms, gitaSM
new iife to an old or over worked boree. 2t
cents per package. For sale by druggists.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
irPruetices in the courts of Highland ar.d
Bath counties Va., and Pocahontas count >
JOHN W. MVEBS,
Resumes the practice of bis profession
in Highland and adjoining counties.?
Office?Spruce St., opposite Presbyterian
church. # octl46m
CHAS. P. JOXRS. 8UI.L1E B. 8IKC
TONES & SIEG,
A1 TORN EY8-A TLA W,
Will practice in all the courts of Highland.
jrajT-Mr. Jones will continue to practice ii
thc CIRCUIT COURTS of Pendleton and Po
cahontas counties, W. Va. au28.
OHN W. STEPHENSON,
Attorney at Law,
Wai rn Springs, Va.
Practice in the courts of Bath and Higl
land counties Va. and Pocahontas count,
W# M ?& J- T- HdJUUrn
Attorneys at Law,
Warm Springs Va.,
COURTS. Allegheny, Bath anc
Highland counties Va,. ar-d Poca
hort as county W. Va.
W! 8. Our J/T. McAllister will at
tend all the courts of High land.
Office at Cunningham's Hotel.
VJ MoNTenev, Va
W. A. Ccl-fNiNOHAM, Proprietor.
Well furnished and equipped through Qui
Courteous treatment and moderate charges
Table supplied with the best the market jd
ords. Respectfully invites the trave1ingp_f
c and those in Monterey on business oi
ensure to give him a call, ni,v?,ly
DCft-C^nC-' WK 0UAP.A!ITER A CUKK
nC mk. Ill Uk efl rind inviter That most
careful investigation i 9 to our respouslbil-,
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__ Double Chloride of Gold Tablets
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Will completolyda'stroy thod'siroforTOBACCOin from 3to6di?.y>*. Perfectly harm?
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cl'iof tia ) patient, who will voluntarily stop sniokingor chewing In a few days.
DRU_-_H8-83 aM lOBFflllE HABIT S_V.3Srt??V3*'
tho pit i -at, by tho uso of our SPECIAL FORMULA OOLD CURE TABLETS.
During tr<*ntmi*nt patients nro (allowed tho froo uso cf Liquor or Mor*
pill**-) until such times>3 thay ahull voluntarily givo them np.
Wo nomi particulars au*l pamphlet of testimonials free, and shall
bo efted to placo sulfororj from any of these habits lu communica?
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HILL'S TABLETS oro for salo by all nMT-CLAsa
drui-gi-.is at $ LOO per package.
If youralru-aiKlsat.'oes not keep them, one I-so us C | .OO
ansi wo will scud you by return mall a package of our
V/rito your namo and fddresiplr-inly, snd str.t?
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?mr of Um wrlaMM austnMns that .'.ra* being
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TABU/JETS and tako no othw.
il-uufuctuml only by
OHIO CHEMICAL CO,
CL?3 & C3 Cpcra Cbc'x,
who have been
cured by the use of
The Onto Chemical Co. : ?
Drab SiHr?I have been using your
euro for tobacco habit, nud found it would
do what vou claim for it. I used ten cen a
worth a i tlicftrongcf tc hewing tobacco a -'.ny,
aud li om ono to Ave cigars; or I would smoko
from teu to lajrty pipes of tobuceo. Have chewed
and smoked lor twenty-ftv.: years,:, nd two packages
Of your Tablets cured mo so I havo no desire for it.
B. M. JAYLOUD, Leslie, Mlcb.
Donrs Frrnr, K. Y.
The Ohio Chemical Co. :?Gentlemen :?Some timo ugo I tent
for IIJQ worth of your Tablets for Tobacco Habit. I received
them all right und, although I was both tx heavy ctnoker and chewer,
tbey did Hit work in less t-hun three du vs. I r.tn cured.
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constant drinker,/but i.fter using your Tablets but three days ho quit drink ing,
word ? -f praise for your Tablets
liquor, und througJ- a friend, Iwas l(*d to try yarar Tablets
dieted to tiro uso of
Ho v.t.bi. ba ..v y i.uii
an?I will not touch liquor or any kind.
ia order to know ute cure was permanent.
1 havo v.-'itcd four month before writing
T__ Ohio Chemical Co :?Gentlemen :?Tour Tablets have performed a in ir.do lu my cuso.
I have usa-d morphine, hypodermic ally, fer seven yearn, r.nd navo been cur'd by tho ute af
two packages of your Tablets, -wiu withoat tn y effort on ruy part. W. L. LOTFO *w.
Afl(]nil nil Orders to
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51, S3 and 65 Opora Dlock. LIMA, OHIO.
(In wrinnc plesaa mention thia paper-.)
Will Positively Arrest CONSUMPTWh
if aaed ki tline.?
Sera Aila, Olamd-i-rSvreUtngs.
RIkum_____, llrourhitlai, an?
other A.?-ag lilaaMuea.
SsktOSWOOWSmtSt the parerl Norwegian Oejtl-I.l vcr
Oil, comUncal willi (las- HyiKiiihoxphltes ot Lim.
aad .Soda, and is free!)' pra-scrifo?i \,y the iMi.Ii.hI
Faculty throughout this Country anal In Kurope.
TKt. O. ll. Wwi, Uolrereiity PiO.esylsrtl. ny,:?--Cud.
Llrcf Oil far clewed, all other rem*Jlc< aa thc treatment al
J-ahaerjarj BOMOMMB "
tnt. Chat?alll, mt Paarl.. eaee-:?"When ...I lia r.e-.. even
?assent maj ta careel af r.lnMuarjr Conaympuou lt, alie il?
hf. S.n. Hi_naU.?rVlril_sV sar.:-'I Said ?'ama.', Kir eil
clea pa/tk_earlT adapted lo delicate e"iil.lren, and io Cnn
?aaart on and Chronic Bronchitis lt ?ems lo bc Ila* (rn:
Dr. H. C. Okara. Bi r*-?M".t VlrfiaU Medical Anaa-la.
Uaa. aa/?r?"I belaire Ca_sn's -"nrataion la Ihe l.eat prepa?
ration known Car pmlaawcarr dlseaaae."
Or. O. P. Maaoa, Weat Virginia aa.a:?-WIUi children.
Caaim'i Em a Ui ero la tbe heat prepar .ai.m 1 hase errr used."
Ur. P. P. Bibb/. Foatatee. Min.. aay?:~". an m'aKi.ul,!.:
la the beat combmaaaoa for Coaa.iiupttoa with wliicb 1 a_
Ur. I. K. Bratts*. Torkrille, S. C.. ?ara-?"Decided and
aat1,fact.Tj re-nlta aaaat follow tbe aae mt Caaina't Knaai-iou."
Ker. II. H. Hiwta, of FarmTllla. Va., .af ?:???! laved un
Canna'. Kraalrion far thrae jMatha, aad aaa aiaaoel prepared
to say I owe nar lite le IX."
Un. J.e. Dabntr. Lraabbarjr, Va . aarr?'Until I triad
Canm's Eaaolslon. I fa..e.l to dad any preparation of Cod
liam Uti raj sioatch waartd rruin, talara ia the sandiest
au amil j.'
Th*anora are a few ot* abe aaandredassf taatlmoniala we hara
of theauperiorlaj of Camm . Knialaioa aler all limlUr pr?pa
ratioua sold. It la naaafactured of the beat aaaterlala aad
with arrear care, and ls oniaeraaH v popnlar wbervaer ktaown.
For (ale bj Druggi .ta ere-ry whare.
Camm'a Km alala- retails at One Dollar.
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dec 23-1 yr.
8 _$& slit I
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All the LATEST and NICEST st vic 3 of the season. HONEST GOODS that nos
the WORTH and HONEST MERIT.
PRICES TO .
We guarantee profit and pleasure to even* customer. Profit, because ouVprices"wi'll
piove a positive saving to the buyer. Pit-sure because our good** cannot fail to
please in quality and style.
It is impossibleto make a mistake in your Spring buying it you select'
from the great Fair Priced stock of
7 West Frederick St.,
E. M. HARMAN,
JOHN T. HARMAN
DEALERS IN FINE WHISKIES.
(Opposite Virginia Hotel)
"Seeing is Believing."
And a good lamp
must be iimple; when it is not simple it ii
not good. Simple, Beautiful, Good?ihtst
words mean much, but to see " The RochesterM
will impress the truth more forcibly. All metal,
tough and seamless, and made in three pieces only,
it is absolutely safezxnl 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 this stamp?Thb Rochester. If the Ump dealer has n't the gen-lae
Rochester, and the style you want, send to us for our new illustrated catalofrue.
and we will seud you a lamp safely by express?your choice ot over 3,000
T-rieUes from the Largest Lamp Store itt the World.
BOCHVSTBR LABP CO., 42 Park Place, New York City.
W "The Rochester?'
BUILDERS OF . . HAND-MADE rj(pRESS ANO DkUVER\
. WAGONS a
Grocers and Everybody.
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.
Inter Nos Manufacturing Company,
609 TO 613 WEST F^piyT STREET,