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.t-t.illt-1 I... L-L -I Ul l'mm<* Advertising Rates. Local notices at 10c per line for first inser? tion, and oe per line tor each subsequent in acrtion. Transient advertisements inserter at the rate of $1 per men lor lirst insertion and 6'Je for each anbecAtent Inaertion. Al, ttdrertUementa for a shorter iieriocl than three months considered transient. Kates far three months and over are as follow*: 3 mos. e> rr<os. 1 yr. One Inch.| $ 3 00 | $ 5 00 I $ S 00 Twoinchei.| 8 00 | Mm I 12 00 Three inches.| 7 00 1 12 00 1 18 Ol' Pour inches.I 10 00 15 00 | tiO 00 Five inches.j 12 OO | 20 00 i 30 00 Quarter coi .... 15 00 | i-'S 00 ! 4-0 00 Half column.I 20 00 | S8 OO | 50 OO Oae ca>lumn.| 40 OO | GO 00 1 100 00 tfThi above rates here*! to. ill he strictly ad OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Jndge 18th judir-ial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. Count j Judge.?Hon. 0. R. McDnn aald, V. uria [Springs, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J: C. Ma theny, Monterey, Va. Attorney for Commonwealth.?L. H. Stephenson. Monterey, Va. 8heriff.-E. M. arbogMtMonterey Treasurer.?J. A. Jones, Hightown. Commissioner of l.evcnuc?NV. P. Campbell, Monterey, bup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson. Supt of Schools.?O. I*. Chew. fcoard of Supervisois.?J. 8. McNulty, chairman, and ii. ii. Se\bert aud Chas. VT ade. Church P.KoisTEn. Presbyterian?Ker. Dr. Hamilton, pas? tor. M. E. Church South?Hers. IC 8. Cun? ningham, J. M, Hawley and C. NV. Marie, pallors. M. E. Church?Rev. Gilmore, pastor. TJ. li. Church?Uer. J, M. liott, pas? tor. Tn?. Mail*. From Staunton tc Monterey?Arrives at Monterey at 7 p. m.; lea.es at 5 a. n lat.?. Horseshoe Ron te?Leaven Mont rev at 8 a. ia., via Vanderpoel, on Tuesuavs, Thnrtdayti and Saturday!1; leaves Monte nt 5 a. m., via Strait Creek, on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. ErwouTH Lkaouk. Monterey holds its devotional meet ingt on Friday night of each week and en tha fourth Friday night of each meath the business meeting! aro hdd. X-.OOJia.Xj ITE^ATS. A block of icc 2? feet thick can be taken on the ponds ia this sec? tion. Jacksons river is to have a daily mail, the new s he iii? to iuke ef? fect July 1st, 1S1J3. The award of ? intracts to carriers on the mail routes in this locality has not yet been made? public. D. V., there will be preaching 11 Hightown, Sunday, ai 11 a. m.'; at; Pisgah on the 22nd, at il a. m,;; and at Monterey on Ihe 20th, ct lin. m. Crabbottom pi ay expeci preaching on the 1st Sabbath ol February. W. E. Hajultox. We understand th it no jurors will be ?omm' tied to attend the l^^iext term r county court. B^eon sequent Iv the causes on the ^docket requiring a jury wiJi have P to be con ti uued. LATER?Owing to the inclem? ency of the weather there will be; no county court on Tuesday the j 24th 1893. I One of the Stauuton and Monte rey mail horses died Sunday nighti this istbo necon I o ie that has died in eight years, two others have serv? ed the entir"1 eight years, or about 2300 days, making an i v r ige of 23 mil** a ray, making a total of 52,\)00 miles, which would take them twice around tho worlt', and on?e aero s oar continent from the Atlantic to the Pacific. r After filling subscription taken by Rev. R. S. Cunningham for books, a few copies cf "Pilgrim's Progress"1 and "YounR Folks bi? ble" remain are now in hands of J. C.Matheny f^r sale for the benefit of his estate. These books are su perb?buy one and thereby help bis family and confer a blessing on your own household. All sums elua Rev. C's estate on booki or otherwise should be promptly paid. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE LAND. By virtue of a decree rendered at thc October term, 1SD2, in the chancery cause of Hamilton (duin's adrnr. ag tin-t Charles (J. Gwin &c, thc iindersirncd commissioners will proceed in front of the Morehouse of J. li. Bradshaw, in Mc? Dowell, on SATURDAY, JAM ART 28, 1893. to sell at public auction, the follow? ing tracts of land belonging lo the estate of said Hamilton Gwin, decY., to wit: First, the Home place lying on the Oow pasture river which consist! of four tracts of land of 212 acres, Vd nena. 89 acres and tl acres. Second, the ii rv ire place containing 1*1 acres, one rood nod 19 poles, lying on the south side or ihe Staunton and Parkersburg road, near John Wilson's. Third, the lands ou the Shenandoah mountains which consist* of two tracts of 400 and 121 acres and the undivided half ot 880 and 298 acres AH of these lands are valuable for graz ing and ranging purposes. TERMS: Enouuh ch ii in hand to pas the costs of this suit and the oats ot sall and for the residue, the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with good security payable in one, two ana threi years, bearing interest from day of s>di and the legal title to be retained as ulti mate security. L. H. Stephenson j .- Conn's. C. P. .Tonks \ Bond has beeu given as required bj th* SjSove decree by L. H. Stephenson ene if the commissioners. j. (. MaiTUKSY, Clerk. PERSONAL MENTION. AND LOCALS. Happy and conteht is a home with "Th* Ro chester," a lamp with thc light of the morning. Catalogues, write Ro^he?terLampCo.,NewYork. batter and eggs a big price ai Bishop Bros. Lard wanted at Don Sullenber ger & Co's. Dr. K. Trimble is confined to hil bed with a severe throat trouble. Men's and boys' boots at reduced prices at Don Sulleuberger & Co's. Frank Ogilvie, of Staunton, was visiting friends in Monterey this week. John Trimble, Esq., butchered a hog last week which weighed 450 pounds. Woolen goods, heavy weight- me? dium and light at Don Sullenber ger & Co's. Mr. John B. Whiteof Mill Point, c uno in Monday and subscribed for the Recorder. Jesse Robertson died at his houip on Jackson's River the 7th inst. aged ~2 ye irs. Mr. Jacob N. Hull called on us Wednesday. Ile is a friend of his county paper. Meters, Peter Guru and Jame* Fleisher, of Meadow Dale, were in town yesterday. We are still buying nheasauts. rabbits and wild turkeys at goou prices. Bishop Bros. Pyles Pearline at Don Sullenber ger & Co's at a nickel a package "Cleanliness ia next io godliness." Married--On tbe 5th inst, by Rev. J. L. McNeer, in Fig Valley, George W. Carroll and Lillie F Gutshall. Mr. Henry Cunningham, of Ran? dolph county, W. Va., accompan? ied by his daughter, is visiting his brothel, VV. A. Cunningham, ot this place. Wt are sorry to learn that Mr. Howard Slaver., of Meadow Dalei crushed his foot with a large back? log while putting it on the fire sev? eral days i'.go. Misses May and Patty Slat*n gave adeiigiauul sociable Monu?v? j night Quite a ii;i.".ii.<. <?; ?. mug. persons were present, and iti p nt j a ^Icisaat eveuii g. Messrs j. T. Fear and D, Masincupp* have returned home from J. T. Armstrongs mill, o.i Cow Pasture, where they have , t in the new roller process. Iring your ju-to Bishop Bi'os, Pr.'ee.-5 ure good, lt you klil ;i b*-ur j bring it-to us with the hide ou.j Wc will pay about 12$ eta per lb. for it. A 400 pound bear would bring you |50. Bishop Bros-. Rev. G. T. Tyler preached ? al - day at ll a. m. and at 7 p. m.; The weather was very disagreeable, b il his reputation as hu ul e preacher and true Christ a mn brought out good congregations. Don Sullen berger & Co's, books c-.r ! now read 9 for v< tl < ni nt. it is our custom to settle up all open accounts af thc end of each year Please think of this when in town and come in r.nd close, our account by note or cash. An entertainment will be given ut tho Grange Hall, Crabbottom, Vu., the night of Jan. 21st, to c?m mence at 0:30 oclock, by "The Jol? ly Minstrels." ^Handy Andy," one of the principal -eatures, is of itseif well worth the a mission fee. Music, cornie sj ceches, etc., will form apart of the programme. A pirt of tlie proceeds, after deduct? ing expenses, will be given to the ; church at Crabbottom. Come out | and see it. Tickets on sale at S. E. Harper s confectionary. Mr. W. A. Slaven is associated ; with the Reorder, for the present '' in helping to settle up back sub Iscriptioi*, ?M account*, and all j outstanding claims due this paper. A number of subscribers have not made a settlement with us since we [ha/ control and we earnestly re I quest that they square up with ut iat once. Any settlement made with Mr. Slaven is endorsed by us. Master Clyde Beard, eleven yins 1 of age, arrived here from Ft. Worth Texas last week, having made the 1 entire trip alone. His uncle, Van Buren Arbogast, of Pocahontas anty, met him here yesterday and ' took him hack with him where ht i will make his home. Master Clyde ; with his father and mother left .'. West \ irgi;:ia several years agc and made tneii home in Texas. Til change in climate brought sickne-* and deatn to the husband and wif* leaving Clyde an orphan among strangers. He procured a tickc for Staunton, and, aside from wha it cost, he only spent 75 cents or the whole trip. He stopped ovei one day in St. Louis, and at aim! li? er place his train ran off the traci , doing considerable damage, but he came ont uniiarmed. He ia un? doubtedly a plucky little fellow, and the manner in which he relates ths story of his trip, and thc sad story of his being left alone, fath? erless and motherless and friend less in a strange land shows a de? gree of intelligence far beyond one of his years. - ?.--???--? Commissioner's Office. Monterey, Va., Dec. 15. 1892. To George IT. Lockridge. E. M. Arobogast, administrator of Abun? da Gwin, find all persons concered in thc estate of said Alcinda Gwin, dee'd. Yon are hereby notified thai I have tixed noon Monday, the 16tb day of January next, at my Om :e i in Monterey, Va., ' > I '. ' st ite and , report the follwiog accounts, to| wit: 1st, An ace jun t of the transac- : tions of E. M. Arbogast, adminis? trator of Alcinda Gwin, dee'd; 2nd, An account of the debt properly chargeable against the estate of Al? cinda Gwin, dee'd, with tiieir legal priorities; 3rd, Aa account showing what real estate the said Alcinda Gwin died siezed and possessed, its location and value, annual & foe simple, ali if which he will state and report to the next term of the Court, with any matlers dec: pertinent, &c? which accounts are! required to be taken by an order oi the Circuit Court for Hitfhlaud county entered on the ord day October, 1892, ina suit iu c/iauu therein depending between George, ii. Lockridge. Vt .. . und E. M Arboga it, adm r cd Ale Gwin, Defendant, .:.' which lin and place you are required to at? tend. Given under my hand as Com missioner in Chancery of the Cir uit and < tonuty* Cour :1 Countv. I fn v IK'.. IMA. 1 i ir'aCHl io, : ..;?..-, ( Itvufi i ? ; m ? ; 2nd. 1893. U Ki :...::i -.c.. ? va. W. P. C * MIMI Ll., I OUlli... i . Ranier, lunatic, and o In Charn erj. The object '?! Ibis, i I is t sale of a Iraetoj lind omuaiiiiu .1 i L rood and 30 polct belon^iiij* lo Ai E. Varner, a lunatic, lo aatiftfv I of ihe plain tin* ana have a sea: I the accounts ol thc c ????:!.i\ Annie i'.. Varner. And it a.-<!" aring l-\ i !e ie .'!? . i adam. ?? illifttn . . burner, ? n sidenl o: thia State; lt ia ordei i he appear here within fifteen days * due publii al ion I ereol and d<; vvliai pi iee! his iuten -'.. i eale. -J. C. SIaiIIEnv, clerk L. il. Stephens >n, p. q. decO 4t ur EEELEMIiLOI NEW HIGH ARM V SEWING MACHINE. Sews either chain or lock stitch. The lightest-tiinning, most dura 1 and most popular machine in tb< world. Send for catalogue. Besd goods. Best terms. Agents want? ed. WHEELER* WILSON MFG. CO. Philadelphia, Pa. dec 23-1 yr. -?-?-* VIRGINIA: lu vacation?In tlie clerk s Office o' the circuit court of Highland county December 2nd, 1892. Saiiah J. Cu nar, Pl'i'JT. vs CHaBiaOTTB Bibd and others, Defts. In tha nee ry. The object ofihis suit is to have dow? er assigned Charlotte Bird, widow et Pa? ler Bini, dee'd. lathe lands of which he died seized aid lo haye a sale of all the lands of wh'h peter Bird die 1 jeized and possesed lying jn Highland county I Aad it rpearing by affidavit hied that. the d i, Charles W. Hird. Barah E. Hi ii, 1 iidi Bird, Kennell F. Bird, Emms i> jv. smart Bird. John A. Hird, William I ? 1, ire mu resittd ita ol thia Stale; : ;s ordered thal they do s bereiuilhin if teen days af tr r due pubH cati ? ''''(' do whal I i ry to protect fbi ii Intei I >:.]. c. Matheny. Clerk. L H. Wephinson, p- q. 8 ii. J is \l. IMvr . r-At-Law. # . Ka. Resat"* the | in iii ch '-'i 'a ';' count! ;. ocr! loni j ? ? rs usa i ? - ' :???-?? i 1r- I :? 1. au" ? 1 or i ll .: I ? IlGHT%NHIHG riNEST-^ ATTi^^iL.Tasg.l _ THE BEST IS TilEtiAPEST. Bend TEM cents to t? 'inion Sq., K. Y., for our prize cams, "Blind Lue'.'," and win a Mow Heme Sewing Mach'-na*. The New Home Sewing Machine Co, C-?A*CH, MASS. -?X?28 UTON SQid\Rrl,Ky>' ill. aos^c!^7.x^rjV?4. cm. * ^lOU*?' F OR SrMt BY ?*tus,^?? _Trer7whei? tofircpha ook on -* I u retail at installments; m irani il h illuatrati tl i ircn Isirs and term*, free; daily output over 1530 vol p . , ames. A gents ?. - 3 wild with . Martin, Centreville, Texas, .; ian (711 lu 9 day i; Miss Hose Adams, Wooster, ftJf J.L- UJft Pl ft O., &2y in 40 ? in-Ol 11.8 fl aJliLL? mea! l!ev. j. Howard Madison, Lyons, N V., $10] 111 7 bi . nj ign;fl cent ou tit only . ?? it. Freight paid A I. CLOSE BlSLEPUSU. H-; !rv3 CO., 733 Chest uUI st.. Phila., Pa,, or, ra . t., Chicago, iii ? - ? jg I I I j fc 1 I Vr staat^ir^ mu Po , ?ii ? ? ') Lr.at: Duteatei, ItlarompoiV-ilof il ji;h-?i Nr'irwpgjai; Cort ! \ ? ? Oil, cmbliii n willi ? ?? i' I i ol I ir . nn<l soda, mi ii Kacultj lliroui boil I tn 1 luro] ? . Pref. a. S. w<\.i. irni-.-trtlt. rVm?*>irai.ii, *ajr*:?-C .1 Ll.vr nil fir rx---li d Pulnanii ;r .? Con** Tnt, Cbar.blll, of P?ri , ??j*:? "Winn ?>ei In lime, *?*r.i patiint lum a* sura I ut PabMnarj CooaMBptioa of M popkotpblMa " Dr h. ll. I'uJc.i VI -lr.'.l. ?*? ?:-'! Slid mi 'a I >al alon ptrtfemUrl* -.A., in 1* daliel I lu Cn mn:, l err *M < braal* kaaablli* rt .i.r.. |j k* 1L1 pr.ji desideratum." Dr. S. 0. Gl-are. Ki ?',????!??'.? Virjir.la Mrdlnl ai.ocla lion, nj*:?'-I lr kv i ? ?? .?;'.. r.u i. lb* I cat prep* ration kirown tir palma! ?.-' ti ar ? Dr. ll. ? i:h wi.leb I inn Carom's (unliton i* 1 r> ' - ?- ll Hr. P.P. Bibb*.Foi Hoe. iii -.. ??.?:-? I? the b-t couibinatl I ? ??qualntcd." Dr I. K r.ratton, YorkTill*. P. C., *a?. ? "OrcMed rind aajiafact tt rc-ult* amt (o'l?? '!>' ?" af Camm'* Kanni Inn." Her. H. H. H*wea, of K?rnvllle. Va , >?r?:-"l livid on C*min'. Rmulsian for tlrre- nrOutoi, and *ur rrlcio.t prepa.cd to rrav I owe mr life- to it." M-a J. C. l/*bnvj. I.TBCbbar?, Va , aa.?:-'TnM I trifl Canm'i Rmulaiua.'l f*il<=J lo find an. ppparaii.n of Cod l.iv<r (lil ioj atom?ch ?j?ld r?l?la, t?.cn in thc guralia*! fMMtrjr.*1 _ Tbti^.oT* ?re * few of thu ln'-.ilrodi of tcatln-.onl?l? **h?T* af the aunenori-.j of ramm'a r-nnlMon o.rr all a:nril rr irr.jp* r*tioaa aold. It la manufactured of tho hast m-.tcrl?la and with rireat rare ?nd ix un.vera*!!. popular whereter known. For Bal* bjDru*si.<ta cfcrtvthrro. Camm'* EmuUion retails ot On? Dollar. E. A. CR A IC III IX dc CO., Wholesale DragSJilta, Manufacturer^ and Propn. P. 0. iaock JDrnwM 6? Lynchburg, Va. ; i.'.:a;. :? jaggs. SL'I.LIB B. SIE TONE9 & S1EO, Al TO Ry FA'S-AT-1. AW, W )NTi:;--:y, Va Will ?>; ij| the ?.?ourts ?>( "'/Ta 1 '?ff:; , 1 conliiiue to ,>' ' ';' ? ; ! ?' 1 .. , Pendleton and i ciikortas eoaaiies, W. Va. ??-?? \ \ \ \ roux w. STEPHENSON, Ai" UNi'Y AT La?., i i [ rings, \ i. i ractice ?\ . :l Rath sad i ? .. abor coum . HOTEL. Vi ? . DY HOUSE, ONt DOOI WEST OP J TRIMBLI * SO 'S J. Il mi'?.', Proprietor, j ..-i ,,....,..,i .,.,,i ,. , y | , ccrre ptrmanr sum: tr .*.*-! . etd wit".: ike bett tfce ti kel n - i 111 I, : '! r II. STEPHENSON, Attorney lt .'.AW, MONTEREY, VA. ti I ard inti:* Va., and '. c >unl r W. \.v flo TTJ f"\ T^. Ci A <=&* ^^a ???.-=. .J Ni* alt, ula A desiri b.c ; rev. Ail - ? r ( ok vc f>artii uhrs appi to I ri emeui ii i :? ' ? ? . WI LATEST, CHEAPEST AUB BEST 13 THE Untveraatty conceded to ho thc beat and only Digger that wc.-k* to perfection in thc soft? est of aar.d, cod the toughest ol clay, and taeauallad by all ethers to work tu any kind ol ?oil, ae thc blades ara so sirranged and marte of tpring steel, thus allowing them <w expand and contract whet. 'll. ! emptying ?a:r.e. The' handle ifj ?o arranged that it ern bc lengthened to letdrerl length by i pipe to it ia sections, so that ?ny deaircJ depth c^n ba reached with those Digger*. It is lli/ht, strong, durable an i simple (nothing cornall. cated about it), end coca twice tne work ir. lesa tint;: ti.cn S-v.j other Digger made. r.k your dealer for lt, or address toll \ii &!*)? ? : ' ?d D cor? es .?j OD cl; fi?: 3 Dt .ono CUKES BL923 Pur ines 01 looa, j I hare bc< i urTering I' ? %??;? ;? Hryaiu' - - Hare tnkt i (jni^nii' uM>d!ctnea and natei inedlctnefl of moat al' kinda, bi c nfanef.ee ned to do raeanvjroc '. made ap ray mind : o I rj Bu*noe* Blood Bitters. Have ni : ur bottles ol B. B. R.,and think n jreelf entirely cared. Mas. H. I. McC n iv, ti -.vice, beaver Co., Pi For sale by Don Sulftnberger & Salary, per Week. ITT ANTED: Good to sell onr m General Line of \fcrehandise. No peddling* Above salary will be paid tr "live" agents, Fer '?irtr\e? 'ofomatl >n , CHICAGO 0SNE1V VJWUtQ 178 .Vest ' an :i> rr f 'b's if f ?prM-lj. _J_ |M i ir*"* "Tr IrvLninAL vivUa. Ev.ru* ?*?''^ i?/>i sj; j .'.??" ; /n I ut) I /: .' 4//fl (i /-I / U .'..' 0, tn J. BEN-H inn a -?.. ^-?-*-?-*-??*-?-?? 1A iMf T F^ ?>' *^ ? \ _ . ?. JpL y? >ttV~ar ?% '-i^ffS? fl Ritefiinsj T?C5 j j AGENTCI WANTE1 DOES HE J->:?TOMs i'i ITTTJ r?s Srigwss? MITCH HIM TO TII?Qff?ATtf|___ HffitEsPEciALLVFoftEXERCI SIJNGahdSpEEDING. Pronounced By All horsemen To Es The Most PERFECT SULKY CART In Use NOT.jpAGS Csu* Catalogue aVB*BamB?*..'aneaBe*?ee*?MB?eet*eeflEB?ei -^-.nu i, i ??**???* "Seeing Is Believing." And a good lamp '??' ^fh most be simple; when it is not simple it is fflUiw^i^V'd&h not good. Simple, Beautiful, Good?these I words mean much, but to ree " The Rochester " will impress thc truth more forcibly. AU meta!, tough and seamless, and trade in three pieces only, it is absolutely safe and unbreakable. Like Aladdin's of old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp," for its mar? velous light is pur-i and brighter than gas light, softer than electric light and more cheerful than either. Look for tbisstanit>?Thk RocHnsTra. If the lampdeater hasn't the Kennis* Hochcriter, r.ud thf? st.le yon wain, fend to us for cur new illustrated catalogue^ Ott _nd we viii set-*, you a" lamp palely by capeen jotir choice Ol' over 2,U0( varieties from the psrgttt Lam't Store in Vis world. T^cAp^g ROCHESTER LAS? CO., 42 Park Place, Kaw Tarli City* ^ "The Rochester." Buy Yotf BUGGIES at wholesale prices. pscd tot Sae lllrr.ir.lr..'. 9*1* )<?*;.* aau (ell pvii'tlara t. ARE SHIPPED DIRECT TO LAPOiTTE^CARRlAGC CG. uporti:,ind ? - ? Porfecily VTcl!. v afLXUfCSStj aVbbnqM Oo., Iff*, Bepta, Usa K. Finnigan writes; My :r.o;; .fetes uv<d l aui-or Koenig'. Kerrs Tciic for oeainlgU. Tiioy ure holli perfectly voil dow tad SMrror tired of j toola It \??* Iiteleed a ."cJ-jracle. 334 Fir.sT Bt, BBOOSXilaT, N. T., Aug. S, TO. I trish : .. a wonderful braofit ran or Kociit.;'E No ve Tonio I M i>.?"j tn U -r, who t,?.a bu; ??.?.-.d from rbeuiua Uni blue, to Ca i 'ork o.' any .it tl .ince hat time, i b tent luediclo ..-ut doctors of .lill, nut all witlioul benefit, until tu took the Tonic, He luu i .""''???' sines, and I will ie who Lave beenhdia dur n^ tu ? that lc */?s ta&sed s* tulf? ade u> two wini rctviod to bi alt h. W. D. GHAHAM. ??A VaattUabto Bock ?n BftWTOlU ea lMaeaas. cent ir*? to my ai and poor : this medicine tree oi claarjte Tils renie ayliff been prepared by the . ? Pastor Kotaijc, of l*ou v iv ?? ;..?.'? rio . .nowpreparednadarhltdireei oa KOENIG MED. CO., OhlCRgO,IM pew. by Pftatat* at tl per 11 vt! la. CS I TI E BROKER! -?-oooo:>-:-ooooo T li e ti ti d e rs i f^iti- *wHHr*fo u nd nt iiis office, Virginia. Hotel, Staun? ton, on i">>'h 'fiuv-'iay in every monti!, ta nrfd after Aligns* 1st, L892, on which day*. ? eci il ar rangeNjierdts have been made for theJoudinaprar.d shipping ,\ stcek to nil thc rfortl ern mark">' . I will liiiv and sell and pay liberal advancements on all stock con? signed. The patronage of the put is solicited. DAVIN V. RU "* >N, Acldro.-s, STAUNTON, Va.H jullS Cn . -. ? ? ? Nf tr Adrrr eraent*. Dodd's Catarrh Cure Looa! and Internal Trc- ent In order to cure catarrh it is necessary to allay tho inflammation cf Ihe irritated membranes with a coothing application cleanse bUe 'iead of the mucouf secretion--, nm! heal the discharging ul eera. For cold in tba bend and ncsal ca larrfa Dodd's local Ire:;: tue nt <!< -.vi tli i ii it the aid of snuff, douches or fumes IT the disease has extended downwards affecting the bronchial lubes or lung* digestion nnd blood, tbe Internal treal menl both removes fro rem tb scattered poison, and by its building-.1; properties assist* nature in restoring th impaired parts. Bend for our book treal ing on catarrh. PoaTRn, Milbckn i Co.. proprietors, Buffalo, N. Y. *old in Monterey, Ya., by Do 3DH.ESBER0EB ft Co. jullMy. FAIRFAX HALL. BEMINARY FOR YOUNG r..\!>!!";. WINCHESTER VIRGINIA. Twenty- !< urth yi sr opens Sept. I?t 1*93. Fine advantages in English, Na i.ral Sciences, History, Mathematic Hues, Latin, Fn nrh, German, ?f*?w' rt 1 'lot :;iion and Physical < lltu c Catalogue MIBSMARYZ B1LLLNGH :rii ?Tf"\l'" I ' . ?Pa.ly. ? ' HO 1 ' .-11 Sci^v ?lrtf _f-1 ; JJHMl/aSih ?ii eli " * I EST*WH5.'li ? ? Mtfitn. r. Uat'A Tram **H| -^:.-^ Marks. p JJ rf I 'C<*YltHi VT* glr* ajva*iil altar. Mon ta MSM M lea*. '- !??*%*? tandi, alto ta lntarfcraicaj, app.al.. ? Ut.M k-irks, th* prtpvr. La ?eopo and *a.i.'t- j 1*1 l.i** *U-cui. cf nil* ?- ... rtiMtrw. tiea*. .? aa ia. ? ? I ._,,_,, KIMON -. . j.- i.-i*? nitllalirvsE , IOAJJ '. Kt., ? ?-? '?..'-"? ?* C? gfim t: l *'?.!"?.> Mee i-va- .. . * - ??'" * ??'"' , ..,.?? aieyfeM C*W lr. THE j&8 &E? . fe fe S A Strictly hjsh-j'rauc family awwtfj machiuc. pocbe?ic*i?(; ail modern improvements. ! HMD Wk k Bl Prices rery i Mas***. Obtain dstsU and irak** catu^arlsona. Ellft }GE SSUlUfACTURIHG Ct>> ISJCSIIlft IU, -