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jfinteicd at the Monterey posto01.ce as
second cla*s matter.
Monterey, Va., Friday. Jan. IS, 1890.
The United States government
is thinking of tending two or three
of our war ships to South African
?waters. Vncie Sam, von will get
!your eye teeth eui wtie of these fine
According to President Mc?
Kinley, the United States is at
peace with all the nations of the
<earth. Yet the Secretary of tbs
Treasury wants $150,000,000 for
the anny, more than Great britain
spends in ordinary times.
The Tagalog guerrillas are now
reported to have evaded the troops
who wera chasing them and to
haye mustered in krge numbers
within ten miles of Manila. Otis
.accordingly reports (.hat the war
is nearly ever.
The Roberts investigation is on
its last legs. Ex-Secretary Carlisle
has begun his argument against
Roberts and when he closes, which
lie is expected lo do about the mid?
dle of the week, Roberta will he
allowed to supplement the argu?
ment he has already made by re?
plying. After that, the report will
soon follow. Roberts is doomed.
He never had a chance, but if he
had, he would haye .-polled it him?
self bv his own talk.
having a Great Run on Cham
berlains Cough Remedy,
Manager Martin, of the Pierson
drug store, informs us that he is
having a great run on Chamber?
lain's Cough Remedy. Ile sells
five bottles of that medicine to one
of another kind, and it great, satis?
faction. In those days of la grippe
there in nothing like Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy to stop the cough,
heal up tile sore throat and lungs
And giye relief within a very short
time. The eales are gnowing, and
till who try it are pleased wi h its
prompt action.?South Chicago
])ailv Calumet. For sale bv John
A. Whitelaw, Monterey, 'll. E.
Colaw. Crabbottom. J. M. Jones,
? Doe Mill. S. C. Slaven, Meadow
I am imjebted to One Minute
Cough Cure for my heath and life.
lt cured nie of lung trouble follow?
ing grippe. Thousands owe their
iives to the prompt action of this
never failing remedy. It cures
coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis,
pneumonia, grippe and throat and
lung troubles' Irs early use pre?
vents consumption. It is il.e only
harmless remedy that gives imme?
diate result. Trimble and Luns
Catii County News.
Cleeks Mill, Va., .lan. 6, 1900.?
1900 is really here bringing with
it, as any com mon year, its joys
and sorrows, hopes and dismay.
While every one else is wishing
you a happy Js'ew Year, we will
add, may it be uUo prosperous.
We had the recipe all right for a>
Merry Christmas, but the one tra
ditional ingredient that was lost
some where adown the centuries is
lost still, consequently Christmas
was a failure (more or less). We
in ay as well have lived in tile Klon?
dike regions, for all the .^Warmth
and cheer, in other words' the lost
Ingredient is still absent.
Miss Maggie Lindsay is spend'
ing some time With her brother
ut Sunrise |t ia "a pity and all/1
That she could not have postponed
her visit until the ho'idavs were.|
over, for it seems as if 'half t! e
fiountr* is gone. When she re-j
turns she will doubtless bring sun-J
shine in h*r face, and perhaps ac-j
companied by some of the residents j
Only one topis of interest the
weather zero and Hicks. We bid I
one zero dav which lent a chill to!
manv dav* that followed, increas?
ing a desire for the warm breeze
and sunny southern skies.
They had quite a jo]Iv Christ?
mas at. Burnsville including a box
Supper, and a Christmas tree.
We misted our Recorder Inst
week, ard while we regret its non j
appearance we rejoice that the Edi-i
tor had one weeks re<4 in which to!
draw a free breath before another
year's work. Sunbeam.
1 want to ht the people who
softer from rheumatism and sciatica
know that Chaniberlinj Pain Balm
relieved after a number of other;
niedicines and a docter had failed,
It j? the best liniment I have ever j
]?: nown iif,-J.A.Dodgeit. Alphareita, ]
fla. Thousands' have been cured of j
i v om.tfrisiu by this remedy. One t
? ???licHti-'U relieves the pain. For ,
, :e hy .Ioho A- Whitelaw, Monta- (
|*jr. H? E. Colaw. Crabbottom. j
J M. Jones, I>oe Hill. S, C. j j
Haven. Meadow bale.
%\ dollar a year for (he Recorder'
West Va. Frost.
Jan. 7.1000. !
ifjr, Asher* Diner's little child
died of pneumonia on the 2nd. lt
'was taken to Highland for burial.;
. Dr. Chas. Gwinn, died at his j
home here of paralysis. The doc?
tor was formerly from Sislersyille,
V. Mrs. T. J. Willi,ims is still on
the sick list. We hope she may
Mr. Clark (hun, who has been
contine*} to his room with measles
for the past three weeks is able to
be out again. His family of five
are all down with measles.
'j. C. Harpers family are very
sick with measles.
Mr. Amos Curry and daughter
Jiiicv who have been visiting in
Highland, returned to their home
near Marlin ton, Wednesday.
John Shrader a teamster at. Wm.
Irvines camp on Knapps Creek
w;.s found Monday hist Iring in?
sensible, with a fractured skull,
near one of the slides. He had
i started to work that morning. He;
is improving slowly.
Sherman Curry of this place was
aecidently shot, liv C. C. Sharp with
a breech loading shot gun, No. 0
shot. Mr. Curry was about 20,
feet from Sharo when the gun was
discharged shooting him in the:
leftside not injuring the abdomi?
nal cavity, Dr. Jordon is attend-;
A sad death occurred near Edray
Wednesday Miss Effie Kelley took j
Strychnine and died before medical
aid could reach her. Love and do?
mestic trouble were the causes.
She was a lady highly respected in j
and around her community.
, Our citizens are pleased at the
Kramer Brothers of Highland get-!
ting the road contract from Hun-j
tersyille to Marlinton. They under?
stand their business and we expect
a good road.
Mrs. John Jackson has been seri?
ously ill for the past two weeks.
At this writing she is some better.
Dr. Jordan is her physician.
am willing to take my oath that. I
was cured of pneumonia entirely by
the use of One Minute Cough Clure
after doctors failed. It also cured
hiv children of whooping cough."
Quickly relieves and cures coughs,
colds, croup, grippe and throat and
lung troubles. Children all like it.
Mothers endorse it. Trimble and
IjU nsf ord.
We had quite a lively discussion
the other ni<jht at the store, 'bout
the New Century question.
v Mr. Cornelius Cobaw one of the
mdest anti desi of eitzen* tn (he!
Bottom quietly pasted away, Fri-|
He Jeayes us a beautiful chris?
tian character, worthy of imitation.
We failed to mention the death
of Mrs. Laben Cunningham in our
Rev. S. A. Parker of the Mc?
Dowell Circuit, preached here Sat
j imlay and Sunday night, in place
j.of Presiding Elder Ball.
\ Mr. D. E. Cobaw cut the old
; charter-oak New Year's dav.
Dr. Rexrode was called to Big
j Run to see several patients, last
Mrs Jacob Winier and Ambrose
I were thrown from a buggy one
| day last week. Happily neither
was severly hurt.
W. S. Chew is convalescent.
j Mr. Asa Corbin and wife return
j ed from visiting friends in Harri
I son burg, Saturday.
^Mr. John Smith of Oirclesville
j attended the Quarterly meeting at
Mr. Wm. Fitzwater who has been
visiting his sons in Tucker county
W. Va., returned one day last week
We acknowledge the receipt of
copy of--*''Old Dominion Sun," a
new Republican news paper, start-J
ed in the city of Staunton by M.I
C. Hogshead. Wise.
:^\ young man came into our
st,ore. yesterday suffering from a
sevtHjb attack of cramp colic,"
writes^. F. Hess, miller and gener?
al merchant, Dicker's Mountain,
Pa. "He had tri?jd various home
r-midies without, relief. As I had
used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy I gave him
a dose and it soon brought him out
all right. I never saw a fellow so
rejoiced." Sold by John A. White?
law. Monterey. H. E. Colaw Crab
bottom. J. M. Jones. Doe Hill.
S. C, Slaven Mead ow Dale
Photographs fine as any city
work, in every style and finish,
Copying and Enlarging in all its
branches and everything in the
Art line strictly up-to-date at Sud
darthVi Art Studio, Monterey, Va.
I haye about 1,500 pounds of
assorted candies1 from 8 to 50 cents
a pound. My assortment of Brm
Bons ana Pralines at 25 cents, is
particularly nice. A good lot of
useful wooden articles for children
such as express wagon?, sleds, chi irs
fee. Don't forget that I ketp
[irange-, raisins, currants, citron,
prunes and peaches. Come in and
look around; whether you wish to
buy or not. Respectfully,
y. p. BISHOP. I
Shot to Death.
For criminally assaulting Mrs.
Tl,os. M. Simpson a young married
lady the wife of a ship-joiner of
Newport News, W. W. Watts, a
white man, said to be a gambler,
was taken from the station house
by three masked men. on the 5th
inst., and banged to a tree and his
body riddled with bullets.
Watts was from Lynchburg, and
his father resides there now. and is
a policeman of good standing in
The man's body has been turned
over to a medical college at Rich?
mond, the family refusing to have
anything to do with it.
Tho modern and most effeetiye
cure for constipation and all liver
troubles-the famous little pills
known as De Witts little early ris?
ers.. Trimble and Lu nsf ord.
A strictly high-grade Family Sewing
Machine, possessing all modern
Guarnnieed Equal lo Hi! Desi.
Prices very reasonable. Obtain them
from your local dealer and
_ BELVIDERE, ILU
Wantkd?Several bright and honest
persons to represent us as Managers in
this nrul close by counties. Salary $000
a year and expenses Straight, hona-fide,
no more, no less salary. Pi litton per?
manent. Dur references, any bank in
any town. It is mainly office work con?
ducted at home. Reference. Enclose
self-addressed stamped envelope. The
Dominion Company, Dept. !>, Chicago.
The GomBssg ofB&hy
8 brings joy or pain. It's for the
Smother to decide. With good health
and a strong womanly organism,
motherhood but adds to a woman's
takesaway all terrors by strengthening
the vital organs. It nts a mother for
baby's coming. By revitalizing the
nerve centres it has brought chubby,
crowing youngsters to thousands of
weak women who feared they were
barren. It purifies, heals, regulates
and strengthens, and is good for all
women at all times. No druggist
would be without it. $i oo
Foradvice in cases requiring special
directions, address, giving symptoms, |
"The Ladies' Advisory Department," j
The Chattanooga ilediciue Co., Cliat-i
r-iKS. LOUISA HAM*, of JV/Te rr on. O*.,
says:?"When I fist took wine ot Cardui
wo hsd been mrirri'M thiec year;, h:'. could,^
not hr.ve any ehjjdrea. j\iac taagfM later j
I had ? f:nc gal baby." I
??n? Mw wnp?na?sss??
Preserver of health.
Runs so light, ?
v So easy to learn* .
Sews so fast.
Wheeler & Wilson
Rotary Motion and
'It runs as light as a feather."
4 It turns drudgery into a pastime."
'The magic Silent Sewer.'"
Life is too short and health too pre
ious to waste with a slow, hard run?
ing, noisy machine, when you can
ave the New Wheeler & Wilson.
Wheeler & Wilson Mfg. Co.,
Jend for Catalogue.
V. i> i ia.iojt, Agent.
Ask your physician this ques?
tion, "What is thc one great
remedy for consumption?"
He will answer, "Cod-liver
oil." Nine out of ten will
answer the same way.
Yet when persons have
consumption they loathe all
fatty foods, yet fat is neces?
sary for their recovery and ;
j they cannot take plain cod
? liver oil. The plain oil dis
I turbs thc stomach and takes
away thc appetite. The dis?
agreeable fishy odor and
taste make lt almost unen?
durable. What is to be done? |
This question was ans*
wered when we first made
of Cod-Liver 0:1 with Hypo
[ phosphites. Although that
| was nearly twenty-five years 1
I a*iot yet it stands alone to
I day the one great remedy
j for all affections of the throat
? and lungs.
f Tl tc bc<d taste and odor have been
t LV.cn av/r.y, the oil itself has been
j psriJy digested, and the most sen. j
3 sSiiva stomach objects to it rarely, ?
| Uti ov,z in ten can take and digest J
x ths r>'^in oil. Mine cut of ten can |
| bkSCOrrS EMULSION and di- J
I fjol it That's why it cr.rcs so I
I nany casw of carly coemption, j
i Rum in advanced cases ii brings |
J comfort and greatly prolongs life, j
i Soc. and$i.i--o. i'.l druj/.-ists. i
* SCOTT & DOWNK, Uwmists, New York. *
LrtH?-.?w<Ma?m ???!!?'????? j^it,??i?J
I The nicest and cheapest line of
| Capes, Cloaks and Jackets ever in
[Monterey, can be seen at White
Does your House
If so. have it done before the
weather destroys the itirface.
Use the best materials, they are
cheapest in the end.
Employ honest, competent, work
j men -otherwise you lose, in both
labor and material.
No man can do good work cheap?
er than the one who knows his
j If you want nico work, get a
j good smooth surface to work on.
Von never get more than you
i pay for.
When vou pav out your money,
why not have good work done?
It, F. GILLETT,
A Practical Painter,
with an experience of 14
years, whoa* work is
?as to his?
COMPETENCY AND HONESTY,
asks a continuation of
your patronage, with the
promise that in future he
will, as in the past, en?
deavor to give you "your
Estimates given ou all
kinds of painting, paper
W. H. Hiner,
News and Opinions
Daily, by mail, - ^0 a year
Daily and Sunday, by mail $8 a y<ear
The Sunday Sun
U the greatest Sunday Newspaper
in the world.
Price 5c a copy. By mai!, $2 a yr.
Address The Sun, New York.
Digests what you eat.
Nature in strengthening and recon?
structing the exhausted digestive or-;
gans. I tis the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. Ko other preparation
can anproach it in efficiency. It in- j
stantly relieves and permanently cures ;
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
all other results of I moerfect digestion
Prepared by E. C D?Witt A Co. Cblcajo
Trim oin and LMitford,
Why Not Be Up-to-date ?
The most complete line of Ladies Tailor-Made Suite,
Dry Goods, Notions, and Carpets in the City of Staun?
ton will be found at the Up-to date Emporium of
HOOVER, BEAR & GO.
Nothing but the newest goods and latest stylos tu
KSr^AIl mail orders receive prompt afc
Style 2 0
Manufactured in Staunton, Va.
Write for catalogue and prices.
Walnut Lumber taken in exchange.
Fianklin, W. Va.
Will attend all the Courts of Highland
Olltce at the liouse of Mrs Cross.
Attorney at Law,
Practices in the conrts of Highland ar.it
Hath counties Va., and Pitahontas county
JOHN M. COLA W.
Will practice in the courts of High?
land, and in the Circuit Court of Pendle?
ton County, vV. Va.
R. R. W. BRAGG,
Hot Springs, Va.
Oflice in Bath House.
AU work done by latest and improved
methods. 8-24 ly.
10ABLE8 P. JONES,
Al TU Uh EY-AT-LAW
Will practice in all the court* ol Uipliland,
:htClKCfJIT COOaTa uf Pendleton and
Pocahontas counties. W. Va. aui!s
sjULLIE B. SIKCx,
Will practice in the coutte of Highland
ind adjoining counties.
(Mice opposite Presbyterian churen, form
?rlv occupied by J. W Mrrr?
FOHN W. STEPHENSON,
Attorney at Law,
Wann Springs, Va.
Practice in thc courts of Hath and High
and counties Va. and Pocahontas couti w
W. A. Bussard,
Dressed Lumber of all kinds,
lard and soft woods, for sale at
Also Sash and Doors of all
If you have any P,ailing to do
ii any time I solicit the work, and
ruarantee satisfaction. tf
Anyone sending ti shot ob and description may
quickly anoei-taln our opinion free whether an
invention ls probably pfttettablo. Communica?
tions strictly oonfldetitial. Handbook on Patents
?ent f ree. Oldost m-ency for secunnsrpattmta.
Patent* ta'ten throuL'ii Munn & Co. rccelxe
$pertal notice, without charire, in tue
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Lanrost cir?
culation of any scientific Journal. Terms. 13 a
year; four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN &Co.36,BrM-v^ New Yoi*
Braucb Offlc?. 835 V St., WjuhlnsTaii, V. C.
Baker & i rown's
Bftker'i Phosphate and other
Old Hickory Wagons.
Spring Tooth Hurrows.
liissell Chilled Plows.
Empire Gruin Drills.
Baker & Brown.
Farm For Sale.
I will sell, between now and the first
day of November, h farm containing 140
acres, of which 110 acres is cleared, on
which is a good dwelling and out build?
ings and a good tenant house, meadow
that will cut six hay stacks. If sold
within the time stated will sell at a price
low cuough tor the purchaser to realize
10 per cent, on his investment.
Tkkms?One third cash and balance in
one and two years, wilh interest. Ap?
ply to "HEAL ESTATE. Agent,"
4f Monterey, Va.
1 L. C. Smith, fine twist barrel
$35.00 for 20 00
1 Syracuse Hammerless Damas?
cus barrel $40. for 20.00.
1 New Baker, flue twist barrel
$25 for 19.00.
A $30 Richard's for $15.
A $33 [tichard's for $10 50.
A W. H. Hamilton $25 value for
. . TRY THE . .
" NEW HOME" SEWING MACHINE.
WRITE FOR CIRCULARS ?chr^inft^.diorr
Sewing Machines we manufacture and their
prices before you purchase any other.
THE HEW HOME SEWINB MACHINE CO.,
18 Union Square, N. Y. Chloago, UL *fc Louis, Mo.
Dall** Twas. Ban Francisoo. Cal. Atlanta, Qa.
FOR SALE 8Y
& Ohio hy.
effect June 18, 1809.
EAST BO UN ).
Trains leave Staunton a*. Jollowa:
W* fifi A M. Haily. Express for Washing
ro.OO *?. m.Qn BJa,tim'ore philadelphia.
New York, Ricbmon , Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk
Dining Car to Washington.
1 06 A.M.. Haily. F. F. V. Limited for
' 'Washington, Baltimore, Fhil
adelphia. New York. Rich
mond. Old Point Comfort
and Norfolk. Dining Car.
2 30 P. WI-. Except Sunday. Express f?
IQ20A M , xcept Suhdav. Local pas
senger for Gordonville.
4 22 A. WI-, Haily. F. F. V. Limited lor
Cincinnati. Louisville, St.
Louis, Chicago, Weat and
Southwest. Dining Car.
7 08 P- WI , Cincinnati and St. Louia
Special, for Cincinnati, In?
dianapolis St. Louis, Chica?
go, Louisville, West and
Southwest, Diuing Car.
3 38 P-M., Except Suuday. Day Bx
press for Clifton Forge.
7j47 p n% Bxcept Sunday for Goshen.
For further information apply to Jas. Ktr
jr.. Passenger and Titket Agent, Stauuton:
CEO. W. STEVENS. H.W. PULLER,
(.en. Manager. Gen. Puss. Agt
Geo I SpotaeF
Winier Hui hiing, opposite tnt
SHAVE, HAIRCUT, SHAMPOO.
In my shop on Wednesdays, Sat?
urdays and nil public days. Give
inf a trial. Thanks for past favors
Jan. 21, 6mo.
?Cavsats, and Trade-Marks obuincd and all Fas-]
lentLusinesscoaducted tor Moderate Pee*.
Soon orrie* is Otpositc U, S. P*Ti?iTOrfi?eJ
Sand wsiansccurs patent ul lo*s tims waa taesol
tremore from Washington. ?? J
I Send model, drawing cr photo., with deserts*!
>tion. V?'s advise, if patenubls or not, fr?s ?/J
(charge. Our fee not due till patent is mmtuL
i A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain PaMirts,' vHb
[cost of sams in the U. S. and loreign soaatHss
\ir.at (roo. Address,
} Op?. Patcnt OrfiQC. Washington. O.t. ]
Owing to the continued ad?
vance in prices of all goods en?
tering into my line of business.
I hereby withdraw nil former
I shalt keep in stock a full
line of medium and cheap
Household Furniture, Tindara
&c. Cook and Heating stovea
of every description. I guar?
antee my prices shall be as low
as anyone quality considered. I
solicit your trade and promise
honest and fair dealing to those
who may fayor me with their
H. E. Loving.
No. 15 to 10, Iff. Augusta St.
Mutual Thone No. 87.
"PAINTS ABD OIL"
We are head
quarte s for any?
thing in the plaint
and oil line.
Don't forget us,
we can save you
19 E. Main Street,
T. H. Slaven & Sons
All grades of Burial Outfit furnitlic<t
delivered on short notice.
Nice stock of chairs. Spring beds, lltt?
trcsBw, Bed Boom SuitfAc.
Shop made work on hand and made to
owier. Come *nd tee u?.
A Free Trip to Paris!
Bellable persons of a mechanical or inventive mind
IcslriDfja trip to the Parla Exposition, wttfecpod
bal^*^?J^*ap*ld. thor.ld softs ?"sw^.
Th? PAtJUnrREebltD, Baltlamr*, lld*