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Judge 13th judicial Circuit.?IIou. Wm.
McLaughlin, Lexington, Va.
County Judge.?Hon. C. It. McDan
nald, Warra Springs, Va.
Circuit >\r-1 County Clerk.?J.C. Ma?
theny, Mob itiey. Va,
Attorney for Commonwealth.?J. M.
Colaw. Monterey, Va.
Sherilf.?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. Hiner Hansel.
Hoard of Supervisors.?J. 8. McNulty,
chairman, and Jas. Terry tnd 0. A.
Presbyterial*? Robt. M. Latimer
M. E. Church?Rev R. H. Clark pastor.
U. B. Church?Rev J, M. Hott, pas
M. E. church South?W. H. Wolf,
The Maiis. fl
From Staunton to Monterey?Arrives
%t Monterey at 7 *>. 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?
days Wedneedaysand Friday
Watemelons at V, B. Bishops.
Mr. V. B. Bishop returned last
"Little Edwin" tobacco is a rich,
waxy ch "jw.
Best 25c tobacco in Monterey at
V. B. Bishop's.
Butter, chickens and eggs want?
ed by V. B. Bishop.
Mr. J. T. Eddius, of McDowell,
called to see us court-day.}
Mr. A. C. Judy returned from
Webster Springs yesterday.
Mr. J. M. Colaw, who has been
sick for a couple days, is out again.
Miss Abbie Fleisher, of Meadow
Dale, was in town one day this
Several of the Hightown boys at?
tended the great show in Staunton,
Messrs. Wm. Jones and Lee Hi?
ner, of Doe Hill neighborhood, at?
tended court, Tuesday.
V. B. Bishop will have a fine
atock of goods in his store by cir*
cuit court, Oct. 3. Come in aud
Mr. Luther Byrd, who is engag?
ed in the mercantile business at
Burnsville. Bath county, was in
W. L. Taylor wishes to inform
the public that he will be in his
shop during circuit court, ready to
auv work in his line.
Hon. C. P. Jon* 5 and L. H. Ste
? henson, Esq., attended the dis
rici r nvention at Warm Springs
nnd returned last night.
Messrs. J. A. Chestnut and Hen?
ry Ryder, of Back Creek, passed
through town, Monday, on theil
way to Staunton to take in tht
Dr. Talmage has been called bj
the First Presbyterian Church ic
Washington, D. C., as pp.stor
He will give them aa answer thu
Mr. Henry Arbogast, one o:
Crabbottonrs respected citizens, at
tended court, Tuesday, as he hai
not been in Monterey for three o
Joshua Lunsford, of Hightown
spent a short time in town las
Satm'^y. His looks bespeak ai
improvement iu his health, Rwhicl
his friend? are pleased to note.
L. H. Stephenson, Esq.. is great
ly improving the lot he recentl
purchased from Mrs. Carver, b;
cutting large ditches through it
Prof. Corrigan has the work ii
Mr. Charles Sanders spent sever
al day8 with us recently and did i
good business among his old ac
quaintances in the sale of tinware
He left this week for Covington
His home is in Albemarle where In
has a small farm.
Mr. E. A. Dudley's traction en
gine with thresher attached, whicl
he purchased in the Valley, cam
steaming up Main street last Sat
urday evening, reminding us of th
C. & W. which is to come later. Th
engine will furnish the power fo
Mr. D's grist mill.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is not a secrc
Preparation. Any physician ma
ave the formula on applicatioi
The secret of its success as a med
cine lies in its extraordinary pow
er to cleanse thc blood of ira pur
ities and cure the most deep-seatt
cases of blood-disease.
Mr. C. W. Trimble met with th
?misfortune of losing his pockei
book while in Staunton last weel
It contained about $30 in nioner
Jt would no doubt be the surpris
of his life if the tinder would n
turn it, and he would make an er
try in his ledger of $30 net gain.
Died, at the residence of h<
grand-parents Mr. and Mrs. Hei
ry Arbogaut, in Crabbottom, o
Tuesday the 24th inst., little Jet
nie, the nine year old daughter (
Mrs. Susan Arbogast, the diseai
beiug that so much dreaded anion
children, diphtheria. She was la
to rest in the Crabbottom cemetei
by the sid* of her father, who rik
several years ago. Mrs. Ar boga
has the sympathy of many friem
in her sad affliction.
Everybody that wants a go< d
chew uses -"Little Edwin" tobacco.
Miss Pattie Slaven commenced
her school on lower Strait Creek
Mr. Tom Slaven and wife spent a
few days in Staunton the first of
Mr. Miner Marshall, of Franklin,
spent Sunday in Monterey with
I will soon have a large stock of
fall and winter goods in my store.
V. B. Bishop. |
Mr. Samuel Varner, who resides
near Monterey, is erecting a con?
siderable addition to his dwelling
Mr. Peter Gum gathered up five
or six hundrtd sheep iu Crabbot?
tom, last week, for shipment to the
Mr. Wm. Messersmith, who h;.s
been living in Harrisonburg for
some time, lias ir jv**d his family to
The political gatherings court
day were not very large or enthus?
iastic. People have found that
there is not much pay in politics.
Mr .L. A. Orndorff spent Sunday
at his old home in Franklin. It is
loss of time to state that he enjoy?
ed himself, so we won't do it.
Mrs. Fannie Lanier, of East Vir?
ginia, is visiting her father, Mr. A.
T. Stephenson, of Wilson-sville:
She and her father wt re in town
Mrs. W. H. Woolf and daughter*
Marie and Elsie, and son, Harry,
who have been visiting friends in
Maryland for several months, re?
turned home this evening,
The farm owned by Mr. John
(-?win, his mother and sister, at
Vanderpool. was sold last Saturday
bv Coin'r L. H. Stephenson to
Mr. William S wadi ay whosp farm
adjoins it, at the price of $000.
"Five years ago, I was taken so
ill with rheumatism that I was un?
able to any work," writes Peter
Christensen, Sherwood, Wis. "I
took three boxes of Ayer's Pills
and was entirely cured. Since that
time I always keep th?m in the
house." They are easy to take.
Our exchanges sav that Gridley,
a small town in illinois, yvas de?
stroyed by a cyclone. One of om
subscribers, a native Highlander,
resides or did reside there. Ll is
name is James Gardner, whose
name is familiar to manv of om
readers. We hope he and his fam?
ily are safe.
Rockbridge Countv News, 10th
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Colaw. of Mon
terey, Va., have been visiting Mr
David M. Kyle near Lexington
during the present vreek. Mr. Co
law was married in the Otb to Mis;
Lizzie Gibson, a sister of Mrs. Kyle
of near Monterey. Mr. and Mrs
Kvle wer*** present at their marri
age. Mr. Colaw is commonweals
attorney of Highland county.
On last Saturday morning at -
o'clock, Dr. K. Trimble was arous
ed from sleep bv an unusual nois^
being made by his dogs. He reach
ed the door in time to see a mai
with a well-filled sack on his shoul
der leaving the yard bv way of th
front gate. Dr. caught his hors
and made baste to follow his earl
visitor, which he did for half
mile, but the gentleman with th
sack gave him the dodge.
If the dry weather continues muc
longer all the springs and ama
streams in the county will be dri
Several springs which have wit!
stood severe drought are dry. Th
older inhabitants of the county pa
that as the country becomes settle
and cleared out they notice thi
the water simply has decrease!
The higher portion of Highlan
hasn't a very large supply to dra1
Monterey and the neighborhoo
round about are, for the first tim
this season. suffering froi
drought. It has been several cray
since we have had rain and thos
days have been without doubt th
hottest of the season. Tt has bee
a common thing to find the merci
ry up in the nineties and one da
last week it is reported to have rer
istered 101 in the shade. How
this for warm weather in the big!
lands of Virginia? But the nigh!
are delightfully cool.
From Collierstown Items in th
Rockbridge County Neyvs, of th
19th: On Thursday night, Frida
night and Sundav morning Rei
Dr, Latimer, of Highland count;
Virginia, preached in the Preabyti
rian church to good congregation
Sunday morning after services
congregational meeting was hel
and it was decided to extend a ca
to Dr. Latimer to become pastor <
the church. Whether or not Y
has accepted or will, I have rn
The tiree departments of Moi
terey High School opened lai
Monday with ft very fair atteni
ance, which will rapidly ii
cease as the winter months dra
near. The school building, whir
has tyvo rooms, is occupied by M
Bird and Miss Gibson; and M
Campbell is teaching in the low
room of the Masonic Hall which
an excellent place for a limit*
number of pupils, and was wei
kept by Mr. Campbell last ven
Hard work on the part of teache
and pupils and Hticourogement <
the part of patrons will make th
an iiitereotiiiga.id profitable sessio
About "2 o'clock last Sunday
morning Deputy-Sheriff Ed. Arbo?
gast brought to the county iail a
tough looking specimen of human?
ity, who has been the source of con?
siderable trouble and annoy ance to
this and other neighborhoods in
the county. Saturday night he
came up the Franklin road and
passed through town; and sometime
that night he applied for supper
and lodging at Dr. 0. J. Campbell's,
a couple of miles below here, which
being refused him he became very
angry and threatened to burn the
house. It was on this threat that
he was arrested, At one place in
Crabbottom he refused to eat a
good dinner that was set out before
him because squirrel yvas not men?
tioned on the bill of fare. He is
very annoying to his fellow-prison?
ers and the jailer's family, and when
the jailer attempts to quiet him he
invites him in tne cell for a fight.
When a pair of hand-cuffs and a
chain were brought to his notice he
was more pleasant. A commission
of lunacy pronounced him a luna?
tic and an effort is being made for
his reception in the Western State
Hospital at Staunton. It is thought
by some that he is the mill who
has been burning barns in the Val?
ley. There is no doubt but that
he is dangerous.
Later: Mr. Tom Slaven, who has
been an attendant at the Western
State Hospital, visited this man
and after a short talk recognized
him to be an inmate of the Hospi?
tal hythe name of Alexander. It
is supposed that he escaped.
''Little Edwin" Tobacco is made
of leaf naturally sweet.
Cleeks Mill Letter.
CLEKks Mill Va., Sept. 20.?Mr.
S. P. Bogan has completed the
submerged ford at Rocky Ford; and
what was before an object ot: ter?
ror to the community and an in?
surmountable barrier to stranger,
now presents a mild and placid ap?
pearance, all its former hideous?
ness departed. Mr. Bogan has done
Mr. S. L. Law has moved his saw?
mill to Muddy Run and is now at
Mr. Ilooyer, photographer, is
now at Bolar for a few weeks, and
the most popular query at present
is, "Have you had your picture ta?
ken?" followed up with "Oh! is
that nie? Do I look like that?" It
is a blessing "to see ourselves as
others see us."
There are many axes to grind
just now; the most prominent is tin
sheep merchant with wily mannen
and affable words, and as he de?
parts, gleefully rubs his hands witt
?"I got three-quarters of a tent of]
of that farmer."
Everybody is busy; apple-btittei
making is the order of the day, anc
apple-butter stirring the order ol
Rev. Eavey will hold a protract
ed meeting at Little Valley school
house next week.
Miss Ida Gillett is visiting he
cousin, Miss Mary Gillett, of Pros
Miss Mollie Simpson, of Bail
Alum, visited friends here last week
Mr. M. L. Woodzelle and daugh
ter. Miss Willie, of Burnsville, vis
ited his parents at Beech Brook
short time ago.
Miss Jennie Cleek has returne
from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Wal
lace, of Back Creek.
Mr. Lewis McClung spent a shor
time here on business last vreek.
I will, I). V., preach at Crabbol
tom Presbyterian church on ne*
Sabbath morning at ll o'clock; an
at Hightown, at 3:80 p. m. I wil
Providence permitting, hold servk
es on the first Sunday in Octobe
at Pisgah, at ll o'clock in th
morning; and at Monterey at 3:3
p. m. R. M. Latimer.
Childrens' Day seryices at Relic
beth, on Sunday at ll a. m., and fi
7:30 p. ni. A suitable and wei'
arranged programme has been s(
lected and an interesting serric
may be expected. A collection fe
missions will be taken at each sei
vice. Preaching at Monterey t
8 o'clock p. m. ?
W. H. Woolf.
There will be a lawn party, bo
supper and concert held in th
grove near the Straight Cree
church, on Saturday evening an
night of September 28, beginnin
promptly at 2 o'clock. Tho*
wishing to spend a few hours plea:
antly are invited to be presen
Boys, don't forget your girls,
Qream! -Qre\m!! Joe ?ream!
Mrs. 0. Wilson will serve u
cream, at her home, on Wednesda
and Saturday evening of each wee,
from 6 to 10 o'clock P. M. An hiv
talion to the public, is extended.
HIGHLAND LAND FOR SAL]
I offer for sale privately' a hal
interest in a No. 1 grazing far
containing 340 acres, located i
Crabbottom, Highland county, V
This farm is in the finest^graziu
section in the State. Parlies wis!
ll-1 ing to purchase, will apply to i.
ir. for further particulars at Roc'
? bridge Baths, Rockbridge count
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