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HAND RECORDER.!
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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Judge 18th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Win
McLaughlin, Lexington, Ya.
County Judge.?lion. 0. R. McDan
? tiald, Warm Springs, Va.
Circuit and County Clerk.?J. C. Ma?
theny, Monterey, Va.
Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. II.
Stephenson. Monterey, Va.
Sheriff.?E. M. Arbogast Monterey.
Treasurer.?J. A. Jones, Hightown.
Commissioner of Revenue.?NV. P.
Campbell, Monterey.
Sup't of P?or.?A, T. Stephenson.
Sup't of Schools.?B. Hiner Hansel.
Board of Supervisors.?J. S. McNulty,
chairman, and Jas. Terry aud S. NV.
Sterrett.
Cucucn Register.
Presbyterian?Rev. T. N. Lambert .pas?
tor.
M. E. Church?Rev. R. H. Clark pastor.
U. B. Church?Rev. J, M. Hott, pas?
tor
M. E. Church South?F. E. Hammond,
pastor.
_p%vurtb League. M. B. Church South,
Monterey.
Monthly meetings, Devotional sa-rv.ces,
each Sabbath at 3:30, p. m. Literary ser?
vices on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday nights,
and business meetings the 4111 Wednesday
nights.
The Mails.
Prom Staunton to Monterey?Arrives
at Moeterey at 7 p. m.; leaves at 5 a. m.
daily.
Horseshoe Route?Leaves Monterey
at 5 a. m., via Vand?rpool, on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; leaves Monte?
rey at .5 a. m., via Strait Creek, on Mon?
days Wednesdays and Fridays.
HiOCJ^Xj _>TE-Vs7*S
Kipans Tabules banish pain.
The Monterey sick are improv?
ing.
Mr* L. S. Dickenson is in Staun?
ton this week ou a business trip.
Bishop Bros are opening up a
?nice line of Christmas goods.
?Come to Bishop Bros and see
Avhat a line of Christmas candy
they have.
Ih. H. H. Jones of Doe Hill has
paid two or three professional visits
to the sick in Monterey.
Mr. Levi S. Jack of Bith county,
,jpaid his friends in this vicinity a
a short visit last week.
Miss Hattie Cleek of Cleeks
Mill, bath county., was visiting
friends in Monterey lase week.
Those who aTe in arrears on sub?
scriptions due this office, we respct
fully ask to please make prompl
settlement.
We are authorized to s :ate that thi
farm on Jacksons river owned bj
John McGwin will not be rented
at the time advertised.
Attorneys, Stephenson and M<
Alister, of Warm Spring, attendee
the term of the county cour
which convened here this week.
Mr. Rodger Williams of Bad
Creek spent last aught at the Hid;
House. He wa* on hi? way to Au
gusta county for & load of wheat.
Treasurer J. A. Jones is makin
his usual round of the county col
lecting taxes. He says he is agree
ably surprised in the manner ta
payers are responding to his cal
The collections are considerabl
in advance of what he expected.
Mr. J. E. Williams who has bec
*engaged for several months in ere
ting a dwelling house for Mr. Wi
Stephenson on Jacksons river pai
his friends in Monterey a short vi
it last week. He informs us thi
he has work enough in that sectic
to keep him several months yet.
The Presiding Elder, Rev. G.1
Tyler will hold Quarterly meetii
at Hightown on ne_t Saturday ai
Sunday, preaching at ll a in em
4ay. Quarterly Conference will
held after the service on Saturda
and the Communion will beadmi
istered after the Sunday service.
F, E. Hammond.
Monterey is showing herself
be a very fictive poultry u?d gai
market at this season. From all i
pearances the merchants receij
this year will surpass any previc
year, Turkeys, tame and wild i
very plentiful. Deer from <
Pocahontas side, are joining in
the wngon load.
A suit to collect vent for & ho
proved to have tx en unfit to live
on account of sanitary conditk
has just been dismissed from
courts in New York. Rent thc
fore is not collectable. A little
that kind of practice would i
prove many places now rented
otho* cities and towns?Monte
for instance?as well as New Ye
Mr. Don Sullenberger was s
cessful in securing a position
Richmond, which is that of ref.
renting the recently establis
Commission House of The Sou
ern Farming Si
Company.
Is turkey driving funny? Ask I
Wm. T.
Bring your poultry, game &c. to ?
Jishop Bros, prices are still good.
Mr. Hunter of Buena Vista is
lerking in L. S. Dickerson's store.
Mr. Charles T. Bird of Back
^reek is visiting friends in Monter?
ay this week.
We consider it proper that the
own trustees appoint a Board
)f Health. Think about it!
Business is still booming in Mon?
terey. Bishop Bros had 9 clerks
Court Day and all were busy as
bees.
Mr.J. P. Wooddell of Green Bank
was over last week for a load of mer?
chandise for his store in tnat vil?
lage.
Mr.Joseph Jones is erecting an
addition to his shop in which he
will place all necessary machinery
for a flouring mill.
Mrs. W. A. Cunnigham left yes?
terday to visit her son Dr. John M.
Cunningham at Marl in ton, W. Va.
Mr. Wayland accompanied her.
Dr. John P. Bishop of Charles
town W. Va., and Mr. Ed Bishop'
of Nebraska are visitig their broth?
ers V . B. and J. C. Bishop.
Lost.?A Fair Leather Pocket Book
or Side Wallet, for carrying bank
notes or papers in. The tinder will
please return it to this office and re-j
ceive a liberal reward.
This question was asked, "Who
sat up with Luther Beverage last
night?" He killed a deer last week,
on the mountain near town, ana*,
it was Bnppnsed he needed some at?
tention, it being larger game than.;
our boys usually bag.
Rev. Gr. T. Tyler, Presiding Elder
was with us last night and preach?
ed an approprijite thanksgiving ser?
mon in the Methodist Church. He
will preach here to-night and on
tomorrow will begin his third
Quarterly meeting at Hightown.
Public Meeting.
The Little Leaguers will hold ra
public meeting at the Methodist
Church next Sunday night. All
are cordially invited to be pres?
ent.
Dead Letters.
A list of Vetters remaining in P.
0. at Monterey on Dec. 1st 1893.
Mr. I. C. Smith, 3 letters.
If not called for in 30 days th ev
will be sent to the dead letter office
H. I. Trimble, P. M.
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Couuty Court Proceedings.
Owing to declining health F
McNulty tendered his resignatior
as guardian of John McGwin. W
P. Campbell qualified in his stead.
A. T. Stephenson qualified a
School Trustee for Monterey Dis
trict
Emmett J. Maloy qualified as ad
ministrator of Patrick Maloy dee'd
and John S. McNulty, W. H. Vane
and T. L. Hook were appointed t
appraise the personal estate o
said Patrick Maloy.
Jacob W. Hevener was appoint
ed Guardian of infant heirs of 3i
cob P. Hevener deceased.
Ed. A. Mc Nulty qualified a
Deputy Sheriff for E. M. Arbcgas
S. H. C.
In the case of the Commoi
wealth against Joseph A. Ralsto
for carrying concealed weapon
the jury rendered a verdict ot' n<
guilty,
Commonwealth against Hem
Marshaller T.A.B.Defendant co
fessed judgement for $5 fine ai
the cost.
The appeal case of W. A. Cu
ningham against W. H. Roge
was compromised. Rogers reco
ered &8.00 without cost, agaii:
Cunningham.
The appeal case of I. H. Dice
against George E. Seuart v,
dismissed, by consent of parti
After nearly two days wo
the Grand Jury reported 20
dictraents, the larger number
them for selling liquor contrary
law.
Highland County Court Clerk's
fio to-wit:
E S T It A Y.
Taken up by Robert N. Erv j
on his land, on the 25th day of .
gust 1893, of the following desci
ition: a two-year-old, red mu
heifer with some white on le
oack, tail and legs, and with c
and slit in left ear and appraisec
$11.00 by A. A. Alexander, Ji
H. ("layton aud B. H. Hansel
W. H. Armstrong, J. P.
An extract Teste:
COR^^O^DENCE.
^williamsvilleTtews.
Correspondence of Recorder.
Williamsville, Va., Nov. 27.?
Prom some cause the Recorder of
last week (the 17th issue) did not
2orae to this office at all and this
is the second time that it hfa missed
in three weeks. It is a very strange
thing that our county paper can?
not be properly carried from Mon?
terey to Williamsville, or that it
should miss coming for a week.
There is no school at this place
yet and there seems to be some
trouble in the community about
the school and we rather expect
that the patrons have forgotten
the golden rule. The cold wave
has struck us at last and things are
frozen up generally, except when
a few anti-free silvcrites and free sil?
ver ites get together and warm up
on debating the silver question.
Mr. J. F. Byrd, has gone to Mar
linton, W. Va. to visit his family.
Miss Emma Burnes is home for
a day or two from her school near
ffhe NYilderness.
Mrs. Frank Coursey has gone to
Bu';khanan, W. Va, to spend a few
months with her relatives.
Miss Ella Wallace is visiting
friends in Huntington, NV. Va.
The Rev. Mr. Dobbs preached ana
able sermon here on Sunday from
the following text " Man doth not
live by bread only but by every
work that procendeth out of the
mouth of the Lord doth man live,"
Yours Truly,
John Du ley.
Mr. J, P. Blaize, an extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moiues. Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of the sever?
est attacks of pneumonia while in
the northern part of that state dur
iug a recent blizzard, says the Sat?
urday Review. Mr. Blaize had
occasion to drive several miles dur?
ing the storm and was so thorough
ly chilled that he was unable to get
warm, aud inside of an hour after
his return he was threatened with a
severe case of pneumonia or lung
fever. Mr. Blaize sent io the near?
est drug store and got a bottle of
Chaimberlan's Cough Remedy, of
which he had often heard, and took
a number of large doses. He says
the effect was wonderful aud in k
short time was breaching quite easi?
ly. He kept on taking the medi?
cine and the next day was able to
come to Des Moins. Mr, Blaize
regards his cure as simply wonder?
ful. For sale by, H. E. Colaw,
Crabbottom Va.
When on a visit to Iowa, Mr. K
Dalton, of Luray, Russell county
Kansas, called at the laboratory ol
Chamberlain & Co., Des Moins, tc
show them his six year old boy
whose life had been saved bj
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, i'
having cured him of verpy severe al
tack of croup. Mr. Dalton is cer
tain that it saved his boy's life am
is enthusiastic in his praise of tin
Remedy. For sale by, H. E. Colaw
Crabbottom, Va.
Thousands of lives are saved au
nually by the use of Ayer's Cherr
Pectoral. In the treatment o
croup and whooping cough, th
Pectoral has a most marvelous ci
feet. It allways i ufiammation, free
the obstructed air passages, an
controls the desire to cough.
For pity's sake dont grumble be
cause you are troubled with ind
gtstiou. No good was ever effec
ed by snarling and fretting. Be
man (unless you are awoman),ar
take Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which wi
relieve you, whether man or woma
mt rn i ? as as. ->
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Wanted! Twenty-five car loads
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prices.?P, B. Subi.ett & Sc
Staunton Va.; opposite C. & 0. depot.
Nov. 24-(5t.
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Sale 0! Valuable Improved-^
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I will ?ell privately on my farm
>n the Bull-pa<ture river, lying 7
niles below McDowell, a lot of
Poll-angus cattle, consisting of
bulls and heifers, which are seven
eighths full blood. Thpse are
desirable cattle to handle in High'
hind, and cattle raisers will find it
to their interest to apply to
.JoHs\ Hobbes.
Mossy Creek. Va.
Oct. 27-lt.
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PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.;!
-^STAUNTON. VA.
OFFICK 2!) EAST MAIS ST.
: Offers?!? profeMlonal services", to Hie
Citizens of ??Iont?rcy and Highland Co.I
All chronic,nervous and difficult diseas-,
cs fl specialty.
j Tatieaits visited at n distance When
Junable to call At my office.
a ai j 1.; 1 > 1 :.?:: i all:? tria,\: 1 bv.
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$8.50 a month .
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bronchitis, neuralgia, nervous pros?
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In these diseases physicians have
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For putting a horse in a fine healthy con?
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They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure
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Practice limited to the
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Formerly Consulting Oculist and Au
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Surgeon- in Charge of the Missouri Eye
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OFFICE?Over Augusta National Bank,
STAUNTON, VIRGINIA.
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T H. STEPHENSON,
Attokney at Law,'
MONTEREY, VA.
Practices In the courts of Highland nr.e
Bath counties Va., and Pocahontas coa:nt>
W Va.
JOHN W. MYEllS,
Attorney-At-Law.
Monterey, Fa.
Resumes the practice of his professioi
in Highland and adjoining counties. -
Office?Spruce St., opposite Presbyterial
church. oct 146m
CHAS. I?. JONHS.
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Will practice In all the courts of Highland
y^j-Mr, Jones will continue to practice
thc CIRCUIT COURTS of Pendleton and P
cahontas counties. W. Va. au_3.
OHN YV. STEPHENSON,
Attorney at Law,
Wstrm Springs, Va.
Practice in the court* of Bath and Hi
land counties Va. and Pocahontas coun
w.'.'a.
Attorneys at Law,
Waru* ffpriogi Va.
, COURTS. Alleehany, Bath at
HKrhiwr," -ot.nti&i Va,, and Poe
hofittt. c:> nty W. Vc!
N. B. Ou J. T. McAllister wilt i
tend ati ...a courts of Highland.
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tfOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, FURNISHING GOODS,
NOTIONS, ETC.
ll the LATEST and NICEST st vies of the season. HONEST GOODS that pos
the WORTH and HONEST MERIT.
'"Wicks the iaiiiWT ioif haveW
fe guarantee profit and pleasvire to even- customer. Profit, because our prices \?ilV
pio've a positive saving to the buyer. Plesure because our goods cannot fail to
please in quality and style.
lt is unpoM.ble.to make a mistake in your Spring buying if you select
from the great Fair triced stock of
r West Frederick St.,
jul3-ly.
STAUNTON, VA
JUG ABD KEG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
?VF
Sole
Proprietors
of the
Celebrated
Rockbridge County
Virginia,
Whiskey, 2 years
old.
$2.00 per gallon.
Call and see us,
HARMAN BROTHERS,
DEALERS IX FIXE WHISKIES,
ST__.T7ILT TOILT, ^T__._
OPPOSITE VIRGINIA HOTEL.
,
BUILDERS OF
$
HAND-MADE tx?RESS mum
WAGONS ?
ror.
Bakers, Butchers,
Bottlers, Carpenters,
Grocers end Everybody.
WRITE EOR CATALOGUE.
Inter Nos Manufacturing Company,
609 TO 613 WEST FRONT GTRLEC,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
All
00,
?al
Favorite Singer.
t 9k High
Md km
frALow
m Arm
Every Machine hat
a drop leaf, frncy cover, two larj;c dniren,
with nickel rings, arni full set of Attachments,
equal to any Singer Machine sold from $40 to
$60 by Canvassers. Thc High Ann Machine
has a self-set'ing needle and s.lflhvcading
shuttle. A trial in your home befcrc payment
is asked. Buy direct of thc Manufacturer!
and save agents' profits Insides getting certifi?
cates of warrantee foe five years. Send for
machine with name of a business nun aa
reference ana! we will ship oneal amce.
C0-0PE!HTIV? SEWING MACHINE CO.,
. ? ? . <\
F.vcry buggy sold "Dy agents has seven
lollara addc<^ o thc manufacturer's price.
Wc are manufacturers, and have no
v^ents. For twenty years have dealt ?vitb
?e consumer. We ship anywhere, with
Hegeof examining Oefcre buvi*i:r W
:1 rgesboth trays, _f not Mt?
? tO*y. Warrant everything for two
irs. Anyone who can write can order a
j iggy or harness from us es well as pay -
frota $10 to $50 for some middle man to
Draper it for them. We give no credit, and
have one price only. Why do you pay
two profits on your carriages and harness?
Why do you pay some one $10 to $?0 for
ordering these things, when you canto,
it and save this mouey? You run no rials.
Wc let you see the goods before you ac?
cept them. We pay all the freight if *e
fail to suit. Over twer.. y v>..
commenced to sell in this wa-. .
not be ia business now if we ?*<! uo!
wited. 04 page catalogue free. Address
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