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Judge 13ih judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm.
McLaughlin, Lexington, Va.
Count}' Judge.?Hon. C. R. McDan
nald, Warm Springs, Va.
Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. Ma
theny, Monterey, Va.
Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. II.
Stephenson. Monterey, Va.
Sherill.?E. M. zvrbogast Monterey.
Treasurer.?J. A. Jones, Hightown.
Commissioner of Revenue.?AV. P.
Sup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson.
Sup't of Schools.?B. Hiner Hansel.
Uoard of Supervisors.?J. S. McNulty,
chairman, and Jas. Terry and S. W.
Presbyterial,?Rev. T. N. Lambert .pas?
M.E. Church?Rev. R. H. Clark pastor.
U. B. Church?Rev. J, M. Hott, pas?
M. E. Church South?F. E. Hammond,
Epworth League. M. E. Church South,
Monthly meetings. Devotional Sfrv.ces
each Sabbath at 3.30, p. m. Literary ser
vices on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday nights,
and business meetings the 4th Wednesday
Prom Staunton to Monterey?Arrives
at Monterey at 7 p. m.; leaves at 5 a. m. j
Horseshoe Route?Leaves Mont cro?
at 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.
Ripans Tabules banish pajrf.
Fodder twine at Bishop Bros.
Mr. Ii.F. Williams of Back Creek
was at the Cunningham house last
Mr. James Judy, a former High?
lander, now of Staunton, is attend?
ing the World's Fair.
We have a lot of upper leather
?we will exchange for beef hides.
W. A. Cunningham who is work?
ing for "Uncle Sam'1 in W. Va., is
home for a short while.
Mr. Fulton, of the'Notion house
-of Fulton, Hoge & Hutchison,
Staunton Va. is in town today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Campbell and
-daughter Miss Bruce of Covington
are the guests of Mrs. W. P. Camp?
Ma J. P. Varuer of Top Alle
ghany W. Va. .was in Monterey
last Saturday bartering with thc
merchants. He called at the Re?
5. Trimble^ Co. have just receiv?
ed their fall stock of Milliner)
which comprises all the latest styh
straw and Felt sailor Plaques, cliil
xlren and ladies hats, &c.
Dont forget the AUCTION sal.
of goods at Don Sulleuberger & Co
old stand?Election-day, Tuesday
Nov. 7. Goods will go at a sacri
Mr. John Marshall of Shaws For
spent Tuesday and Wednesday i
Monterey. He can not- be calle
a frequent visitor by any mean:
hut is a welcome one.
W. L. Taylcr, the jeweler, ha
moved his family to the Hevem
house near Monterey, and he wi
always be found in his shop, i
town, ready ar.d willing to do an
work in his line.
Mr. Gawen Hamilton and Soi
of Salt Lick, W. Va. attend<
this term of the court where th(
had the opportunity of seeing m
ny of their old friends. They a
much pleased with W. Va.
We are now ready to buy tu
keys and chickens, bring them
at once, as we believe it is better
sell them early and save yo
grain. They will not impro
much when the weather gets col
There is no better medicine f
family use than Ayer's Cathar
Pills. Their sugar-coating mali
them easy and even agreeable
take, and as they contain no ca
mel or other injurious drug, th
aro perfectly sale for patients
When a doctor considers it n
essary to prescribe sarsaparilla,
simply orders a lx>ttle of Ayei
knowing full well that he will <
tain thereby a surer and purer pr
aration than any other which I
drug-store can furnish. Ayt
Sarsaparilla is the Superior Mt
Lee Sullenberger, who left h
in 1884 for the west and who
been in the express business
Nebraska on the Union Pacific I
is now at home on a visit,
strong right arm is now eing ej
osel shaking hands with his
friends, many of whtim fail to i
ognize him after nine years absei
Lee cays his hoi np- ors^e more
Plenty of heating stoves atBish
Miss Katie Delver of Mill Gap
intered the graded school here this
Heavy upper leather will cost
rou only 25c. a Sb at Bishop Bros.
Mrs. S. B. Sieg who has been vis
ting in Charleston W, Va., for ti
nonth returned today.
Mrs. 0. Wilson spent Tuesday
ind Wednesday with Mr. F. Mc
Nulty at Meadow Dale.
We have a lot of home made
split bottom chairs we will sell at
5J4.50 per set. Bishop Bros.
Mrs. M. M. Criimmett returned
this week from Pocahontns county
where she has been visiting rela?
When you come to town go to
Don Sullenberger & Co's old stand
and supply yourself with good
We will sell the R v. Lauten
schlaggcr mare and her blooded
colt at a low price, on easy
terms. She can be seen at Mr. S.
W Sterrets. Bishop Bros.
Miss Mattie Campbell who has
been living in Charleston, VV, Ya..
arrived here this week and will
teach this winter in W. W. Ben?
li. F. Gillett, in company with
E. A. MeNulty, has gone to the
World's Fair, where he will spend
some time in studying tbe Decora?
tion and Art on exhibition there.
You can bring your beef hides to
Bishop Bros. and exchange them
for upper leather, this is better
than to take them to the Tan
yard and wait ten months for your
Miss Rosa Hiner, daughter of
Jas. P. Hiner, of Jackson's river is
dangerously ill at the home of Dr.
K. H. Trimble, where si e has been
living for some time, with but
slight hopes of her recovery.
Mr. Valentine Haroun* of Back
Creek brought to this office, last
Tuesday, one of the largest and the
most perfect apple we have ever
seen grown in this country. It is a
fallow-^ater aud weighs one pound
and one eighth of an ounce.
Mrs. Anthony Lightner is spend?
ing some time with relatives in Au?
gusta county, while Mr. L, is ar?
ranging some business matters at
his home on Back Creek. They
will return io their present home
at Davis, W. Ya, in a month or
Hon A. F. Withrow addressed a
goodly number of the voters of
Highland, at the Court house on
last Tuesday. We understand they
were were well pleased with his
straight forward way of stating
things and will give him a lift on
the 7th of November next.
Through a private source we learn
that Isaac Sey bert, who moved to
Nebraska from this county, many
years sgo, died at his home at Dun?
bar on the 16th day of Oct., aged
Do years and 5 days. Deceased was
a brother of Henry Sey bert and
they were raised together on the
Old Seybert farm on Straight
Creek. He was a member of the
Methodist church 70 years.
At its last meeting in New York
city, Oct. 7th Prof. John M. Colaw
was elected a member of the New
York Mathematical /Society. Tin
membership of this society includes
the leading Mathematicians of this
country. The members from Vir?
ginia are Processors Venable
Thornton, Stone and Echols of tin
University of Virginia. Prof
Barton of Emory and Henry;Prof
Moreland, of Washington and Lee
Prof. Smithev of Randolph Macoi
College, Prof. Smith of li, M
Academy, Bedford, and Pr f Zer
Principal of Staunton school*
This honor, which Prof. Colaw ?
justly deserves,places him shoulde
to shoulder with the leading mail
ematicians of the United States,an
we predict for him a successful fi
I kure in this line.
County Court Proceedings.
S. W. Sterrett qualified as Ai
ministrator of Conrad Krame
dee'd, and Joseph Hull, E. A. Du<
ley, S. W. Rex rode and Jacob V
Hevener were appointed to apprai
fie real estate of said decedent.
In two cases of petit larcei
John Hise was found guilty ai
fined ?10 and costs and five da
The appeal case of W. A. Cu
ningham against W.H. Rogers w
continued, as well as most of t
cases on the Commonwealths doe
Religious Service fov Ne
I will preach at Green Hill n<
Sunday at ll a. m., after which
Sacrament of the Lord's Sup]
will be administered. Will p*ea
at Rehoboth at 3:30, p. m.
Our meeting at Hightown J
been greatly blessed. There hi
bpen 4~> conversions ap to di '
GREEN BANK ITEMS.
orre*pondence of the Recorder.
Green Bank; W. Va., Oct. 23.?
Mr. Andrew Sutton of Harrison
!o., W\ Va., accompanied by
is family are visiting relatives
Mr. Howard Patterson of Marlin
on is up on a visit.
Mrs. Nancy Bird has sold her
arm to Mr. Aretus Arbogast and
las moved to Bath Co. Va.
We are expecting robbers to call
m ns for uhands up" most an 5
light, and many a Winchester and
Breechloader are kept handy.
Our energetic business man, Mr.
3am Cooper has returned from the
Correspondence of Recorder.
Williamsville, Va., Oct. 23.?
Mr. Geo. Wallace, Miss Eeldie
MeClintic and others have gone to
the World's Fair.
We have no teacher for our
school yet and are anxious to get a
Wallace Burns is home again
from Chicago where he has been
acting as guard nt the Fair.
Misses Sallie and Girtie Hull
will be oil in a few days for Mary?
Mr. W. P. Lair, who has been
foreman on Maj. Byrd's farm this
summer will move in a few days to
Mr. C. Byrd, wife and daughter]
are at his fathers on a visit.
Seeding, Plowing &e. are things'
of the past, and farmers are look?
ing out for hands to husk corn.
J. F. Byrd is home from Marlin
ton W. Va. where he spent a week
with his family.
Mr. E. M. Arbogrst and wife of
your town were visiting friends in
J. F. B.
The third Quarterly meeting for
Highland circuit will be held in
Crabbottom the second Saturday
and Sunday in November.
The funeral sermon-of Nrs. Nan?
cy Gum will be preached at Green
Hill church the first Sabbath in
R. H Clark.
ROLL OF HONOR.
The following is the Roll of
Honor of Monterey Graded School
(upper room) for month No. 1.
ending Oct 25th, 1893. The refi?
nishes for the roil are: Present
evrry day, no tardy marks unex?
cused, no demerits, and an average
of not less than 85 per cent, on all
Third Grammar Grade,?iVbn
Second Grammar Grade.?Marj
Boggs, Phoebe Jones, Emma Ma
First Grammar Grade. -Ma^
Slaven, Willie Gibson, Gleni
Mauzy, Casper Judy.
High School.?Luther Beverage
Coe Beverage, Clifton Matheny
John M Colaw, Teachei
Sale Of Valuable Improve
I will &ell privately on ray fan
on the Bull-pasture river, lying
miles below McDowell, a lot (
Poll-angus cattle, consisting (
bulls and heifers, which are sevei
eighths full blood. These a
desirable cattle to handle in Higl
land, and cattle raisers will find
to their interest to apply to
Mossy Creek, Va.
Oct. 27 4t.
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A remedy has been found which
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hem. And in cases too far gone
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prolongs life. Many who haye
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Dxygen Treatment of Drs. Starkey
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powers, lt has been successful in
curing many cases of catarrh, ma?
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bronchitis, neuralgia, nervous pros?
tration, and other chronic diseases.
In these diseases physicians have
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have givan to this class of disorders
indicates, but Compound Oxygen
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There is only one genuine Com-!
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They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure
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Practice limited to the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Formerly Consulting Oculist and Au
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Surgeon- in Charge of thc Missouri Eye
and Ear Infirmary, St. Louis.
OFFICE?Over Augusta National Bank,
? STAUNTON, VIRGINIA.
Mrs. and Dr. Winston, Principals
Opens Sept. 7th ten in faculty, 5C
Attorney at Law,
Practices In thecmrts of Highland an.
Hath counties Va., and Pocahontas count i
john W. Myers,
Resumes the practice of his professio
in Highland and adjoining counties.
Offlce-Spruce St., opposite Presbyteral
church. ? oct 146m
TONES & B1EG,
A1TORNEYS-A TIA IF,
Will prartH* in all the courts of HiRhlan
r*.Mr. Jones will continue to ptnctice
theCIKCUIT COURTS of Pendleton and I
cahontas counties, W. Va. au**.
JOHN W. STEPHENSON,
Attorney at Law,
Waim Springs, Va
Practice in the courts of Oath and H
land counties Va. and Pocahontas cou:
Attorneys at Law,
Warm Springs Va
COURTS. Allegheny, Bath a
I Hiahiand counties Va,, and po
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Office at Cunningham's Hotel.
W. A. Cunningham, Proprietor.
V. ell furnished and equipped througl
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3 Hipnlieo with the be?t the MUk(
g Double Chloride of ioliJablets
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tho patient, by the uso of our SPECIAL FORMULA GOLD CURE TABLETS.
During treatment patients are allowed tho free ti=o of Liquor or Mor?
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HILL'S TABLETS axe for salo by all nnsTCLAss
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ll your druggist ^oes not keep them, enclose un S | .0? ^d
and vro will scad you, by return mail a package oi our S
Write your namo snd address plainly, and state a
whether Tablets aro for Tobacco, Moi-phino or
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DO NOT BB DECEIVED into purchasing
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Deah Sir:?I have leen lasing your
_j for tobacco habit, e.ud found lt. would
V do what you claim fer it. I used ten ccnU
worth cf tne ftrongcf t chow! " doy,
and l rom ono to Qm; ri gan; or J would smoko
from t^n to lorty pipes of tobacco. Ilavo ch
and smoked for tweuty-flvo y< ur.", i.nd tvoj,r.<l?ges
of your Tablctu cured mc so 1 have ito desire lcr . .
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^gfej TH E OH fl?? yJSEEZXZ. l,5l ow
rr., wr-iilM ntea30l?SwH'STJ
Will Positively Arrost CONSUMTIOi.
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1 Scrofula, Glandular Swell lng?,
'-HhaujnaJUiri; ilront-JhltU, aud
) other Lung D1*?rrc?.
It ls composed of the purest Norwegian Cod-Liver
Oil, combined with the RypophoaunltM of Lime
and Soda, and ls freely pmi I Wwi hy the MedeNel
Faculty throughout this Country and In Corop*.
Prof. ... B. Wood, faire) illy Penn.) Irani... s?yi:?'O d
Drer Oil hr exeeede Ml oilier rcnn.dk-. ia the treatment ul
/?rof. Churchill, of ParL.iayi:?"When -i*.'. ta '.?ir... every
parent may be eural of Pulmonary Cou?.>mpiwr7 by thc u.c
Dr.S.H. Hudnall. of Virginia, ear?:?"I And femn,'.! rp.j|
?loa particularly adapted io delicate children, snit lu Con
?atsptiaa ead Chronic Broachllli lt teeau to kt tba great
Dr. S.C. Gleevei. Xx Prciident Virginia Medica! A??ocla
tloo, nay.:?"1 believe Carani Kmulnoa la thc beat prepa?
ration fcuown for pulmonary dtaeaaea." - -
Dr. O. r. Maaon. Weat Virgiula. lara:?"With children,
Camm'a Emulsion la the beat preparation 1 have ever u.'ed."
Dr. P. P. Bibby, Pontatoc, Mb I., iarr.-."C?!iim'a baajUaaa
ia the beat combination for Consumption with wLluh I am
Dr. I. B. Bratten, Vorirille, S. 0., aara:?"Decided and
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Ber. H. H. Il awe., of r'armvlile. Vu., ?aya:?"I lived on
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lire. J, C. Dabney. I.yncbbnrr, Va., laya:-'Until I tried
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For aale by Druggist! everywhere.
Camm's Emulsion retail* at One Dollrtr.
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