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title: 'Highland recorder. (Monterey, Highland County, Va.) 1877-1972, July 28, 1893, Image 3',
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..Mon, and 5c per line for each subsequent in?
sertion. Transient advertisements inserted
at the rate of $1 per inch for first insertion
and 50c for each subsequent insertion. All
advertisements for a shorter period than
three months considered transient. Rates
for three mouths and over are as follows:
3 mais. 6 mos. 1 yr.
(One inch.I $ 3 oo ! $ 5 oo
Two inches.| 5 00 | 8 00
Three inches.I 7 00 12 OO
Four inches. 10 00 | 15 OO
Five inches.| 12 00 I 20 00
Quarter co'. .. .. j 15 00 | 28 IK)
Waif column.| 20 00 | 38 00
Ohc column.| 40 00 | 50 00
$ 8 00
f__r-The above rates will be strictly ad?
Judge IStib judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm.
McLaughlin, Lexington, Va.
County Judge,?Hon. C. lt. McDan
nald, Warm Springs, Va.
Circuit and County Clerk.?J.C. Ma?
theny, Monterey, Va.
Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. H.
?Stephenson. Monterey, Va.
Sheriff.?E. If. Arbogast Monterey.
Treasurer.?J. A. Jones, Hightown.
Commissioned- of Revenue.?W. P.
Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson.
Sup't of Schools.?B. Hiner Hansel.
Board of Supervisors.?J. S. McNulty,'
(Chairman, and IL H. Seybert and Chas.
Presbyterian?Rev. T.K. Lambert,pas?
M.E. Clrardi?Rev. R. II. 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 ser
vic-s on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday nights,
nud business meetings the 4-th Wednesday
From Staunton to Monterey?Arrives
at Monterey at 7 p. m.; leaves at 5 a. m.
Ifaareesitee Route?Leaves Mv-wit'CTC-r
nt 5 a. m., via Vanderpool, on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; leaves Monte?
rey at 5 a. m., via Strait Creek, on Mon?
days Wednesdays and Fridays.
Beulah. I Stony Run.
dune 1JUK, Com. | June 18, ll am.
July 5, U a- m. | July fl,
July 23, " | July 30. "
Aug. 13, v | Aug. 20, "
Sep. 3, " | Sep. 10,
Sep. 24, " | Oct. 1, "
H. R. Smith, Pastor.
I will preach at Strait Creek ou
next Sabbath morning at ll o'clock.
And will administer the sacrament
?of the Lord's Supper at the close of
the service. Will preach at Monterey
_tt night. The public ia cordially ivui
ted to these services.
lt Saies the CfaiWren.
1 _tly little boy was very bad off
wi tit 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 diarreoea Reme?
dy, windi gav* immediate relief
;Ojid soon cured him. I consider it
the best medicine made and can
contentiously recomend it to all
who need a diarrhoea or colic med?
icine. J. E. Hixre, Trenton, Tex.
25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by
Don Sulleuberger & Co.
,1 will give $10.00 to any person
?or persons, who can furnish proof
,of the party or parties who are tak?
ing my fence rails from my fence at
my Green Hill pasture.
[u30-_t Jacob Lightner.
Our correspondants will please
be vaore prompt in sending in their
communications. Lately several let?
ters have reached us too late They
should come to iha office not later
than wednesbay evening of each
?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!
JBishop Bros have been somewhat
irregular in supplying their cus
tom with soda water during the
Summer season; but now ar?
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.
Gapes! Grapes! Gapes!
Tom Hogsheads Poultry Powders
are guaranteed to cure chicken
gapes. For sale by L, S. Dickenson.
$ uro mer Complaint.
Last f.tll 1 was taken with a k ind
pf 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 1
said let us try Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
which we did, ami that cured us
right away. I think much of it, as
t done for me what it was recom
ended to do. John flertzler, Beth?
el Berks Co., ?a. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale bj
Ripans Tabulos banish pain.
New Board of Supervisors meet
Mr?.'J, A. Jones spent Wednes?
day with friends in Monterey.
Miss Cora Lunsford w.is visiting
friends in town Tuesday.
Miss Hattie Cleek and brother,
J.tck are visiting friends iu town to
Mrs. F. V. Sieg has been spen?
ding the week with her son S. B.
Miss Mary Whitelaw of H igh
town was in town a few hours
Mrs. Laura Cross of West Augus?
ta spent a part of the week in
Mrs, Mindie Townsend and Mrs.
Lydia Hiner made this office a
pleasant call Wednesday.
Our young friend John A. White?
law started to Richmond yesterday
where he has secured a position as
Misses Ida Rcercomb of Coving?
ton and Sallie, of Williamsville
have been visiting Mrs. 0. A. Ste?
phenson of Meadow Dale.
Board of Supervisors will meet
Aug 21st, Tka.se who have road
business to traksaet are requested
to be present.
Messrs Saml and Squire Wilson
of Staunton passed through town
Wednesday en route for Webster
Miss Lelia Floyd of Parnassus
Augusta co, who has been visiting
the .pisses Slaven returned to her
Mr. W. S. Lough and Mvss Cora
Siple of Fort Seybert, W. Va. and
Miss Carrie Armstrong of eastern
Highland, spent Sunday night
Misses Gatewood and Margaret
Stephenson of Warm Springs have
been visiting th?*ir grandmother
Mrs. Charlotte Stephenson .at
Rev. J. M. Hott will hold his sec?
ond quarterly meeting at Ottobine
Chapel near Forks of Water on the
12th and 13th of August.
Misses Abbie Fleisher and Clara
Gum returned Saturday, Miss
Fleisher, has been visiting friends
in Culpepper co, Va,, .and
Miss Gum at Lewisburg \Y, Va.,
Our office -vas made brighter to
dav by a ~bit from Mrs. M. M.
Cm in meit accompanied by Misses
Lucy Sutton and Minerva Wade.
Hon. Chas. P- Jones is off to Frank?
lin on a business trip.
Mr.-Gooby af New York
took dtia-ner at the Cuniugham
house Wednesday; he is doing the
country on a 'pneumatic'' and
stopped here whil?? on his way to
The Epworth L3ague Course of
Study for Monthly chapter, M. E.
dniren South has been received,
and aa examination of it shows it
to be quite valuable and interetsing.
The League is starting out well.
Mr James W. Crowley .and wife
of McDowell, accompanied by a par?
ty of ladies and gentlemen, passed
through town yesterday on their
way to W. Va., where they will
speed two weeks visit.Hg friend?
Mr E. Slaven, living three miles
South of M on te rey, while dig'
ging a well recently, found at i
depth of 10 feet, well preserve,
portions of natural wood growth:
such as chips, sections of broker
brauches etc, how they came then
and how long buried are question:
open for discussion.
J, T. McAllister of the law firm
of W. M. & J. T. McAllister o
Warm Springs and whos profession
al card appears in another colunn
attended court Tuesday and Wednes
day. Mr M. although a young mar
is old in experience and show
by his forcible manner of doinj
business that his coming among ni
means a strengthening of thi
THE NEW YORK TIMES
says: We have seen the last, we
hope, of excessively iight money
The rates are already easier ant
they are going to be easier yet
Whatever speculative movement
may be reported from the street:
during the coming weeks will no;
be based upon tight money. Jh.i
easing up of the rates will giv?
very great and much-needed relies
to manufacturers, merchants, ane
BolarVa. July 25th'93.-Mr.
Farmers have been very busy for
the past few days with their corn
in order to prepare for haymak?
Crops look well in this yicinity
and I believe there is a fair crop of
grass which seems to be almost a
failure in other places. People
should not forget the scarcity of
feed last winter and be very care?
ful in saving all the h-vy possible
that they may he better prepared
for the coming winter.
Buzzard Bros. have abandoned
sawing on account of the failure
of the water; but they will resume
work again as soon as there is a
1). N. Buzzard has the boss Bee
sea)) having swarmed three times
in four days.
Reports say that the Mail Route
from Bolar to Warm Springs will
change hands Aug. 1st Mr, J. H.
Burns being the late contr.ictor.
We wish him success in his un?
Success to the Recorder.
XAdditional Items from Bolar.]
Prof Owen of Staunton, and Mr.
Jno. W. Todd' formerly of Rich?
mond but late of Staunton Va. are
at Bolar Springs.
Miss Lucy Swadley who spent
several weeks at Bolar has returned
to her home.
Mr. H. M. Burns of Staunton spent
several days at Bolar, last week.
Mr. Jno. W. Eakle has just re?
turned from Richmond, with the
finest lot of Dry goods and Notions
that he ever purchased.
Geo. L. Eakle our Photographer,
has sold to other pi.rties.
Rev, J. L. McNter and Martin L.
Woodzell accompanied by Mus
Nettie Woodzell, left to day, for
Hillsborough W. Va. to attend
Messrs. Lee Trainer and Joe Page
m.ode a flying trip to Bath Co. last
Couuty Court Proceedings.
Attorneys J. T. McAllister of
Warm Springs, and John S. Hoo?
ver of Pendleton County, W. Va.,
were granted license to practice law
in this co a rt,
A. K. Siple qualified as Cominis
sioner of Roads for Stonewall dis?
trict, and Joshua Lunsford for
Commonwealth vs. John Hise
for House breaking, the prisoner
was found guilty and the term of
his imprisonment in the county
jail was fixed at six mouths and a
fine of $25 imposed.
A few other indictments for mi?
nor offences were tried resulting
in judgment for the Common
wealth leaving yet upon the docket
a greater number of cases than we
The Ladies of Pisgah church gave
a picuic in the church yard, Thurs?
day the 20th inst. There was quite
a crowd consisting of the little
folks, young folks, and older ones,
all of whom seemed to enjoy them?
selves. There were different
amusements participated in, but
th*- crowning success was where a
sumptuous dinner consisting of
all good things imaginable was
spread and heartily partaken of,
and highly enjoyed by alL The
best of order was maintained, and
all voiced tbe unanimous sentiment
that the managers deserve great
credit for the pleasure we had.
Nothing was left undone, that
could have added futher to the en?
joyment of the occasion. The day
was sublime, the dinner, magnifi?
cent; the joy complete, and the pic?
nic a decided success in every
[The above wai received too late
for last week.]
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. Last 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 necessary and found that it
never fails. For sale by
Jtich Against Poor.
A half starved workingman named
tf athew Mariski picked up a pickled
jig's foot in the immense packing
louse of Nelson Morris & Co., in
Chicago, ul was hungry," he said
md unconciously took a bite; then
[ was arrested." The value of the
pickled pig's foot was estimated at
me and a quarter cents, but the
hired attorney of Nelson Morris &
Jo., appeared in the police court to
prosecute the poor wretch, and he
was bound over to the Grand Jurv
in bail which he could not furnish.
The head of the family behind the
bars for having obeyed nature's
irst law, his wife became insane
tnt! was taken to the .asylum at
Jefferson and his two children dis?
appeared from home at 291 Lock
itreet. Wnen he emerged into then
light of day, from which he had bee
matched for one and a quarter
cents, he was homeless, friendless,
ind moneyless, a human wreck.
The Grand Jury refused to indict
him; but is there no indictment for
A wonderful stint.
In such a state of civilization as ours,
where merit is sure to bo acknowledged,
is it a wonder the factory of Dr.
Fenner ia worked to its fullest capacity
to supply the medicines that are called,
after such acknowledgements as th?
following como to be known: Wm.
Farquay, Stevens Station, Ind., writes:
"- Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Backache
Cure has cured a man here with kidney
fend bladder disease whom the best
physicians had given up. He is now
well and sound. It is regarded here as
a most wonderful event. His medicines
are all good and give great satisfac?
tion." Equally certain in female dis?
eases, rheumatism, blood diseases,
headaches, dropsy, heart disease, etc.
Guaranteed to satisfy or money re?
funded. Tako home a bottla to-day.
Ch a_-.be ri ail* > Eye and Skin Ointment
Is a certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes,
Granulated Eye Lids, >Sore Nipples, Piles,
Eczema, Tc-tter, Salt Rheum and Scald H_ad,
26 cents per k*x. For sale by druggists.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy con?
dition try L>r. Cady's Condition Powders.
They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure
losrs of u*A(*etit>*r*, relieve constipation, c-orrasct
kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
new ute to an old or over worked horse. 25
cents per package. For sale by druggists.
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Attorney at Law,
?"Pr-ctlce* in tboerWAtit of Highton 1 ar<i
Bath counties Va., and Poeahonta* count ??<
john w. Hyem,
Resumes the practice of hie profession
in Highland and adjoining counties.?
Office?Spruce St., oppoa_K_ Presbyterian
church. oct 146m
CHAS. t>. JOKES. CULLIE B. SIEG
TONES & SIEG,
A 1 TOR NE YS-A T-LAW,
Will practice In all thc courts of Highland.
raf.Mr. lOBCS witt continue to practice ii
thc CIRCUIT COURTS of Pcndletonnnd Po
cation las counties. W. V_. au29.
TOIIN W. STEPHENSON,
Attorney at Law,
W-irn Springs, Va.
Practice in thc courts of Bath and Hij?l
land counties Va. and Pocahontas count;
wm-u-& ti T'litXemutt
Attorneys at Law,
Warra Springs Va.,
COURTS. Allegheny, Bath am
Highland counties ya,, and Poca
hont&s county W. Va.
N. B. Our J. T. McAllister will at
tend all the courts of Highland.
Office at Cunningham's Hotel.
\J Monto rc y, V*.
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Well furnished and equipped throughout
Courteous treatment and moderate charge!
Tahle supplied with thc best the market a
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c and those in Monterey pu business o
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During treatment patients aro allowed tbe free use of Liquor or Mor
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softer than electric light and more cheerful than either.
Look for thissUmp---TH_ Rochester. If the lamp denier has n't tbe gea-lmf
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and we will scad you a lamp safely by express?your choice of over _,00#
| varieties from the Largest Lamp Store in ihe Irorld.
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