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MlGBUND RtCOMER. "2
Tarros: $1.50aYcrr in Advance.
l.-=suvl every Friday evening by
W. II. Hathcnj, ^E
Entered et tbe Monterey postolPce a?
second class matter.
Montara/, Va. October 2/ 1803.
taatis Stats Mst
Charles T. O'Ferrai,
OF ROCKINGHAM COUNTY
Robert C, Kent,
OP WYTHE COUNTY.
R. Taylor Scott,
( F FAUQUIER COUNTY.
FOR STATE SENATOR,
Charles P. Jones,
OF HIGHLAND COUNTY.
FOR IIOU.SE OF DELEGATES,
A. F. Withrow,
OF BATH COUNTY
T:i3 Problem is Solved.
"Washington-, D. C., October 21.
-?At last ilie problem seems solved.
Tli? discordant clements of the
democratic party have finally got?
ten together and agreed upon a
compromise. By the terms of this
agreement, "which was affected tit 1
o'clock today, the purchasing clause
of tlie Sherman law is to be repeal?
ed, to take effect October 1, 1894
The compromise further provides
that silver be purchased monthly,
nnd tint t':e seigniorage now on
hand and all future seigniorage, np
to the date of the r pe; 1
peal of the purchasing clause, be
coined. This dispence:. with the
necessity for a bond issue, and rel?
egates to the rear a session ot the
Senate at a morning hour.
As a consequence, the cloture res?
olution will not be laid before the
The repeal bill was tat en np io
the Senate and Senator Peffer re
mimed his exhanstless speech.?
Every town has a sponger.
A smart Alec.
Ita richest mm.
A girl that giggles.
A weather prophet.
A neighborhood feud.
Half a dozen lunatics.
A woman that tattles.
A Justice of the Peace.
A man who knows it all.
One Jeffersonian Democrat.
More loafers than it needs.
lion who see every dog fight.
A boy that cuts up in church.
A few meddlesome old women.
A '?thing" that stares at wome
A stock law that is not enforce
A widower that is too gay for li
Some men who make rental
A preacher who thinks he oug
to run the town.
A few who know how to run t
h.'.sliter cf tue country.
; A grown youngman who laug
every time he says anything.
' A girl that goes to the postofl
everytime the mail comes in.
' A legion of smart Alec's whoc
tell the editor how to run his j
Scores of men with the cabo
of their trousers worn smooth
A man who grins when you t
and laughs out loud when ht 1
A few girls who do less, th
tess and care less to preserve tl;
modesty and selfrespect than
Nsw Yokk, Oct. 21.?Dr. (
Peters; imperial commissioner
Germany to east Africa, when :
td regarding his views on this cr
try, answered: uThe Amer
people? You are not yet a nat
You are a mixture of different?
1 "The cities?" he cor.tin
ew York is pretty. Boston is an
English town. Chicago is not
i a city. It is an American?how
you say?an American up-shoot.
e buildings are too tall. The
?pie are children. When one
m luis a high house his neighbor
[nts one higher. It is a good
ice for a halt of two days, but no
-What do you think of the fair?"
ked the reporter.
;,The exhibition is interesting,"
? said. ''The buildiugs have a
?and effect, but are a sham and are
liing to pieces."
UA telegram from Berlin said
mt you regarded America as be
veen Africa in civilization," the
I do net mean he replied, that
ie Americans were less c?vilized
ian Europeans. Your barbari?
ty are Europeans, lt was a letter
) a friend. I may have misled
?m by my phrase, which was bur?
ied. I meant that there were
arts of America which were a wil?
e-mess and others like Europe.
Jut your negroes"
uWhat ofonr negroes?" asked
UI understand they vote. How
uould you miWce such a blunder as
to grant citizenship to them?"
UI suppose that having granted
this citizenship you cannot take it
back. You may make an addition?
al test, but they will learn enough
to pass examination. What a ter?
rible mistake for so intelligent a
country to have made.
The reporter asked why.
" Because," he said, "the negro is
.in inferior race, and the American
negro is a very low Congo negro.
1 dont think he cm ever be other
The reporter asked if this was
the doctors scientific opinion.
"I do not mean he replied that
he cannot become intellectual. I
know ethillogically, that he is
mortally inferior. He will always
iie and steal; he will always lack
The Teacher's Association of this
county met in the school building
at Monterey, Oct. 20, and 21.
The following members wen
present, viz; 0. A. Bird, Chair?
man; J. F. McNulty, Secretary; B
tl. Hansel, Supt.; John J. Hiner
John M. Colaw, W. P. Campbell
John S. Hoover, M. A. Colaw, G. 1
Chew, Misses Lizzie J. Gibson
.1 Annie Rexrode, and Ida Quidoi
W.H. Wilson, W. Strathy, E. ?
Kinkaid, J. W. Newman, B. H
Blagg, F. S. Suddarth, Job Eckarc
N. B. Woods, E. N. and Kemp W
mer, and H. A. McLaughlin.
The meeting was called to orde
by the CVm. and opened wit
prayer by Supt. Hansel. The fin
subject discussed was "Decimi
Fractions" by Prof. Colaw, wi
brought otit many new and inte
eating points. His treatment wi
much more easily understood tin
the methods used in the Te
lt was followed by John S. Ho
ver who gave his explanation of t
"'Analysis of the sentence." H
remarks showed his thorough i
quaintance with the subject. 1
was followed by CV m. Bird
some very suggestive and appi
priate remarks, after which a live
discussion followed, in which t
Supt. and many of the menih
The subject of "interest" was d
cussed by Mr. W. P Campb<
His methods were original and
explanatios of them clear and poi
j ed. His exposition of the 6
cent, method as a basis for ot]
per cents, was a unique featuri
Mr. G. L. Chew gave his me
ods of teaching Grammar to beg
ners, his treatment of the subj
showed that he had given the ir
ter much attention.
On Sat. there was a general
cussion of the best methods
teaching Common Fractions,
by John J. Hiner, and followed
M. A. Colaw, and others.
Physiolgy was next presentee
F. S. Suddarth, in a clear
teachable manner. Spelling
then presented by Wm. H. Wi
who gave some interesting
prominent methods of teacl
that important branch.
History was next taken up.
the following resolution
adopted. That we the teachers
this county favor the use
Barnes's Histories; instead
It is to be regretted that a
siderable number of thc teache
the* county think so little of
ecess of their schools as to fail to
;end or to take part in efforts
jkingto their advancement, and
at of their schools.
After discussing important mat
rs,relating to school work the As
ciation adjourned to meet at Mc
owell thc iirst Saturday in Dec.
which place and time we hope to
ive a full attendance.
The Woman of To-Day.?A re
mt writer says, in speaking of wo
len of to-day: "The lazy Avoman in
wrapper, yawning half a day over
novel, may still exist in stories,
kit of them she is not often found
Mie reality and coutrast is a trimly
ressed, quick-stepping little lady,
ailing early at the hitcher's and
grocer's considering the economies
if beefsteak and strawberries, pre?
ying the custard and salad dress
ng, encouraging Bridget to be neat
md skillful by precept and example
?and this only as a beginning to
die busy day which she sets for her?
Died, at her home near Doe Hill,
Oct. 22, 1893, Mrs. Mary, wife of
John Saunders, aged 57 years.
Mrs. Saunders was a member of
the Methodist Church, and a most
devout Christian, having embraced
religion in early childhood.
The funeral sermon preached by
Rev. J.H. Hawley to the large con?
gregation present was full of com?
fort and consolation to the family
and friends of the deceased.
Her remains were laid to rest in
Doe Hill cemetery beside her daugh?
ter who died about rive months
"They sleep, but tot forever,
Monterey, Va. S.
"During my term of service in
the army I contracted chronic dia?
rrhoea,11 says A. E. Bending, of Hal?
sey, Oregon. "Since then I have
used a great amount of medicine,
but when I found any that would
give me relief they would injure
my stomach, until Chamberlain's
Cholic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem?
edy was brought to my notice. 1
used it and will say it is the onl\
remedy that gave me permanent
relief and no bad results follow.1
For sale by?H. E. Colaw, Crab
bott i>m, Va.
A happy family
Twas thuB with the Johnsons afb
Truman II. had been rescued from tl
grave by the use of Dr. Fcnncr's Kidnc
and Backacbo Cure. He write
" My father died of kidney disease ai
I inherited it. Had become so bad th
medical treatment ceased to benefit n
and I was given over to die. Ono bott
of Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Backacl
Cure practically cured me, though I co
tinued it a little longer to be safe. A
digestion improved at once, my kidne
healed and I am now a well man
Write him at Busti, N. Y. Certain in i
kidney diseases, female complaints, bac
ache, soreness or lameness over bat
stone in bladder, fete. Also the Gnp.
Blood Purifier, removing prompl
all impure and poisonous matter frr
the blood, curing skin eruptions a
scrofula, dyspepsia, heart disease, dre
sy, rheumatism, drowsiness, dullne
sleeplessness, constipation, headach
Money refunded if satisfaction i
given. Take home a bottle to-day.
t IS THE TIMI
Reading for the lor
winter nights whl
are at hand,
for ONE DOLLAR and SEV
our offer in anotl:
'I consider Chamberlain's Cough
niedy a specific for croup. It is
?y pleasant to take, which is one
the most important requisites
lere a cough remedy is intended
r uso among children. I have
own cases of croup where I know
c life of a little one was saved by
e use of Chamberlain's Cough
miedy." J. J. Lagrange, drug
st, Avoca, Neb. 50 cent bottles
r sale by H. E. Colaw, Crabbot
Perhaps some of our readers
old like to know in what respect
haimberlains Cough Remedy is
L-tter than any other. We will
di you. When this remedy is
uk en as soon as a cold has
cen contracted, and before it has
ecome settled in the system, it will
onnteract the effect of the cold
nd greatly lessen its severity, and
t is the only remedy that will do
his. It acts in perfect harmony
with nature and aid.s nature in re?
living thc lungs, opening the se?
cretions, liquefying the mucus and
causing its expulsion from the air
sells of the lungs and restoring the
system to a strong and healthy con?
dition. No other remedy in tho
market possesses these remarkable
properties, No other will cure a
cold so quickly. For sale by II. E.
Colaw, Crabbottom, Va.
I will be at the following places in
l lie county of Highland, at the times
herein stated, pepared to receive all
State taxes, and county anc school levies
for the year 1898.
New Hampden, Oct. 26 1890.
Crabbottom, " 27 M
(hoon Hill, Nov. 2
Valley Center, " 3 "
Hightown, " 7 ?'
J. VV. Heed's store, " 10
Clover Creek, ?' 14
P. H. Hopmans; ?' 15 "
Stuart! Mill, " 16
McDowell, " 17
Doe Hill. '? 18
Monterey, Oct. 24, and Noy. 88, 84, 25,
27, 28, 29 and 80, 13t?3.
Tax-Bayers will save money by paying
their taxes before Dec. 1st 1893 as on
that date Five Peh Centum, Penalty
will be added tD all unpaid taxes and lev
ies as required by law, and tho same wil
be turned over to Deputies for collection
It is necessary for me to collect with
out delay all unpaid laxes, levies, ftc. fo
years precceding 1893, and all are hereb;
notified that unless these taxes are pah
during the month of November, they wil
be turned over to an officer for immcck
J. A. JONES, Co, Treas.
i mum ora
We call Special attention to the tv
column advertisement of the Atl'n,
Constitution which appears on the fn
page of this issue.
We have made arrangements by win
we can offer the Weekly Constitutions.
Highland Cecorpek one year to a
subscriber who will pay us all aire?
add a year in advance, and to any n
subscriber who will pay a year in i
vance, FOR THE REMARKAB1
LOW SUM OF ONE DOLLAR a
*U \ SEVENTY-FIVE cents.
:k, ( In other words, This offer enab
von to become a subscriber to (
?*j \ of the best Weekly sap.-rs pi
lished, for TWENTY-FF
Thc first duty of every good citizei
to patronize his home paper He wil
to become thoroughly conversant ?
county matters, and only through
home paper can he expect to be supp
with the current county news, whicl
of the closest interest to him.
After he has provided himself with
home paper, the next consideration
those who are not within easy reach
first-class daily newspaper should bi
select a first-clasAveekly newspaper
plying all the general news of the w
and paying special attention to feat
which are of particular interest to
household and the farm.
Just such a paper is The Weekls i
stitution, published at Atlanta, Ca.,
having a circulation of 150,000 copi
a week, the largest of any weekly ri
paper published in America, lt is e
tially a farmers paper and stands at
head of the weekly press in this c
try. Its agricultural department ak
worth thc subscription price of thc
per, while it numbers among its cor
utors such well known names as?
Joel Chandler Ha
Bill A kp,
?and a host of others whose repotl
are world wide. Its woman and
dren's departments are prepared w
special view to please the little folk
the women, and its news columns
ally Covers the face of the earth.
We are enabled to offer bot!
pers at practically the price of
and we will take great pleasur
forwarding to The Constiti
any names sent us in connel
wsth our dabbing offer at th<
markably low price given abor
dyer's Cherry Pectoral
THE BEST EMERGENCY MEDICINE
FOE TUE CURE OF
Croup, Whooping Cough,
Hoarseness, Loss of Voice,
AND THE VARIOUS
Throat and Lung Troubles
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Prompt to act, sureto cure
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Will be hereon ouch Court-daj
?ind will repair watches, clocks
sewing machines, &c., &c. Repair
for all in his line kept on ham
Call on him.
Al! work warranted.
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NEW aAMPDFN, VA.
Special attention given to ar
work under the above heads ei
trusted to ray care. Iy-dec23
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Wc have in stock the largest ftMortnu
LIQUORS AND WIN
Ever offered in this market.
e in j I), f. CLEIMER'S SON PUKE
sole Agents lor the Celebrated
which wc make j speciality.
f*?*Protnpt attention river to n'1
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The J ? E all independent shorthand schools throughout the
,ir..,, tdiuhisrl m by* all well informed users because
? jis ,. .h., beauty ot its work, and its WONDERFUL
'EARING QUALITIES. More than onehalfof the machines made
i 1881 are si I!! regularly used. The Caligraph has Lwa! Sale Agente
n all large tithe of the world.
The AMERICA'S WIIITINGJMACH1NE CO..
FACTORY and CENERAL OFFICES:
W. L. DOUGLAS
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$5 and $4 Dress Shoe.
$3.50 Police Shoe.
$2.50, $2.25, $2
$2 and $1.75
for Boys and Youth.
$3, $2.60, and $2
IT IS A DUTY you owe yourself to get the beat value for your money. Economize In
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wholesale timi retail LIQUOR DEALERS.
No, 2 i South Augusta St#, Staunton, Va.
We k( ep Liquors of all kinds, hut our specialty is
PURE RYE WHISKEY
for $1.50 and $2.00 per gallon, the latter made in Augusta
and Stockbridge Counties, respectively.
BEND US YOUR ORDERS AND CALL ON
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cut business conducted for Moderate Fees.
Our Olfice is Opposite U.S.Patent Office,
tad we caa secure patent in less time than tho
remote from Washington.
Send model, drawing or photo., with deter!
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A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patent-. ' tri
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V7e glvt tptclal attention to ea??t reseted lnotiier
h?.nd?, alto to Interferences, appeals, r'iJJues, tradi.
ai:.rV?, the prep -.ratPm of oplni-m at to i,if ingfnc-.it,
tcope and ?a idttv o' p?t ? h and '''' proieeatUi. and
tofraM nf va is cf initrnc.
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