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IaIGIILAND Recorder. Advertising Rates. Local notices at 10c per line for first inser? tion, aad dc per line to.- each subsequent in? sertion. Triiusieul advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 per inch tor tirst insertion and 60c tor each subsequent insertion. All advertisements for a shorter period than three mouths considered transient. Kates for three months aud over are as follow*-: S mos. 0 mos. 1 yr. One inch.I $* 3 00 | $ 5 Oo | $ 8 DO Twoiacnea.| 5 00 | 8 00 | 12 00 Tauea lactic*.| 7 00 | 12 00 | 18 Ol' Four incuea.1 10 00 | 15 00 | 20 00 Five inches.I 12 00 | 20 00 | 30 OO Ouattcrcoi .| 15 00 | 28 Oo j 40 00 Mali column.| 2o 00 | 38 00 | 50 00 Ont column.| 40 00 | 60 00 | 100 UO OdrThe abort rates will be strictly ad? hered to. *ti*ii a .**?* r i~'i i' ~~ ?-"??- ' * *'- ? - ' -- ? OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. >3?dge !3th judicial Circuit.?Hon. Wm. "McLaughlin, Lexington, Va. County Judge.?Hon. C. il. McDan nald, V* aim bprioga, Va. Circuit and County Clerk.?J: C. Ma iheny, Monteray, \ a. Attorney for Common wealth.?L. ll. Stephenson. Monterey, Va. .Sherill.?K. M. arbogast Monterey. Treasurer.?J. A. Jones, Hightown. Commissioner of ive venue.? VV. P. Campbell, Monterey. Mup't of Poor.?A. T. Stephenson. Bup't of schools.?O. P. thaw. Board of Supervisois.-?J. S. AlcNulty, chairman, and ii. li. Se\ bert and Chas. Wade. CECKCn REGISTER. Presbyterian-?Ker. Dr. Hamilton, pas? tor. M. E. Church'tSouth?Revs. R. S. Cun? ningham, J. M, Hawley and C. VV. ll ark, patt ors. li. t. Church?Rev. Gilmore, pastor. U. B. Church?Ker. J, M. Hott, pas? tor. * The Mails. From Staunton to Monterey?Arrives at Monterey at 7 p. m.; .earea at 5 a. n d-.lly. Hw.neshoe Route?Leaven Mont rey at il a. m., via Vanderpoel, on Tueauays, Thursdays and Saturdays; leaves Monta? it 5 a. m., via Strait Creek, on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. Evwokth Lj-AOIE. "Monterey bolus its devotional meet? ings on Friday night of each week and on the fourth Friday night of each raontk tha business meetiugs arc held. XjOCJ5*-Xj OSTB^TsTS D. V., there will be preaching at Hightown, Sunday, itt ll a. m.; at Pisgah on the 22nd, at ll a. ni,; and at Monterey on the 29th, at ll a. m. Crabbottom may expect preaching on the 1st Sabbath of February. W. E. Hamilton. On last Sunday the pulpits of the Presbyterian and the Meth? odist churches at Monterey were filled by Dr. W' E. Hamilton at ll A. M. .ind 7 P. M. in the former, and at3 P. M. by Rev. Townsend of Franklin in the latter, Kev. Townsend also preached at Seybert Chaple at ll A. M. A happy smile hal taken the place of the tired scared look worn bj the man who was .almost out of feed and had 50 or 1G0 hungry cat? tle to provide for during the bitter edd weather. The smiling sun? shine has at last broken through the icy fetters and again beams ?down on frozen humanity in a way both cheering and inviting. Don't shoot when yon see a tur? key, pheasant or partridge as the law for the protection of these birds came into effect February 1, dmd the careless handling of fire? arms after this date may lead to tost and trouble far in excess of the simple act of bagging one of these game birds. It is the custom of some news? papers to make yearly mention of the ground hog and his character as weather prophet. Let it suffice for us to say, that the gronnd hog has never been any profit to us and that it is our opinion that the weather has vastly more to do with the appearance of the ground hog than his appearance has to do with the weather. As far as we have been able to learn, almost the entire crop of winter apples and vegetables have been frozen, and it is very evident that such luxuries will command fancy prices in the spring. Pota? toes, especially, have always been more or less in demand for thc spring planting, and ns they prom? ise to be unusually scarce this sea? son, it will be a wise economy tc arefully preserve what remains oj last year's crop for seed. The sugar season is almost hen nnd preparations are being mad* for the manufacture of that very palatable article. Dr. N. A Whitelaw, of Hightown. who las! season bought several dozen buck ets of Don Sullenberger & Co. foi his sugar orchard, bought from th. same firm this week a second sup ply numbering six dozen. Docto; believes in the adoption of moden appliances and has been using om of the latest improved evaporator: in the manufacture of his saga find syrup, the latter, which if uset to freseoe a buckwheat cake is i thing of beauty and a joy forever. The ne?d of stepping-stones ii now clearlv set forth. PERSONAL MENTION. AND LOCALS. Happy and content ia a home with "Tho "Ro? chester," a lamp with the light of themorning. Catalogues, write RoVnesterLampCo.^NewYork. All size sugar kettles at Bishop Bros. Maccaroni and a fdic cheese at Don Sullenberger & Co's. Mr. H. H. Slaven, of Meadow Dale, was in town yesterday. Mr. Jesse Patterson, of Mill Gap, was in town one day this week. James A. Finisher, Faq., was in our city one day this week. Mr. Ellsworth Wright took din? ner at the Hidy House. Tuesday. Sidney Wade, of Valley Centre, is dangerously ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Dolly Ralston, of Back Creek, was trading at the stores Tuesday. Martin Crumwett is laying a new line of water-pipes from Main st. to his tannery. Only ten days boys until the 14th so do not forget to scad your best girl a valentine. Geo. M. Sutton, from Meadow Dale neighborhood, was in Monte? rey this week trading. Don Sullenberger & Co. bought a four-horse load of fine corn of George Vint, this week. Come to Bishop Bros. and buy Aladdin security coal oil and get something that will burn. Messrs Joseph Hull and George Dudley, of "the Hightown neigh? borhood, were in town Tuesday. Messrs Anthony Light uer and Josiah Crumuiett, of Valley Cen? tre, paid Monterey a business call this week. Scver?l Crabbottom people were in town very early yesterday morn? ing, seemingly on business of an urgent nature. We want to buy at once 3,000 pounds of bacon and 500 pounds of lard. We will pay either cash or goods. Bishop Bios. Mr. Arch Suddarth, who had to leave Prof. Colaw's school owing to a severe attack of rheumatism has so far recovered as to be able to re? sume his studies. Kev. J. M. Hawley of McDowe 1 will D. V. preach at the Methodist church at ll A. M. on the 12th inst at Monterey and at Strait Creek in afternoon of the same day. Skating has been unusually good this winter and lovers of that ex? hilarating past time have had rare sp nt. At Franklin VV. V. seventy live persons were -seen on the ice at one time. Mr. Bfartin Crummett came into town Monday evening bringing with him tlie largest load of beef hides ever brought to this place. He is a hustler and deserves to be patronized. Attention is hereby given to the notice of a large sale of one, two and three year old cattle by Hon. A. F. Withrow, Millboro Depot, Va., which appears in another place in this issue. We ask that those of our Dat rons and friends who can find mar? ble (black or white) on their lands will send us samples of same. The samples are wanted for a special purpose that may result in our mu? tual good. George Vint, of Pendleton, says that he killed four hogs that av? eraged 282? or 1,180 all told, one of the four weighing 420 pounds. Mr. Vint says these were Demo? cratic hogs and only sixteen months old. The few persons who owe us on store account who have not yet set? tled will please come in and 6ettle. We want to get all accounts on, 1892 Ledger closed before the last of February. Bishop Bros. Messrs James Fulton and L. M. Porter, the former traveling for j the new wholesale notion house of Fulton, Hutchinson and Hoge, of Staunton, and the latter for the firm of Hoge and Hutchinson, of the same city, spent Sunday in town. Jno. E. Sipe, who has been paint? ing at Marlinton for several months ! returned this week and reports that town on a boom. Dr. John Cun? ningham, who is located there, has just completed a new drug store and has stocked it with a complete line of drugs. We extend our con? gratulations and wish him success. Our enterprising townsman, Jo? seph Jones, has added another means to his already manifold re? sources for the convenience and accommodation of his neighbors and the swelling of his bank ac count by purchasing and placing in his shop a corn crusher, which when we take in consideration thc scarcity of feed, can be in'ide a source of economy to those vvbo ore feeding corn to their Btock. Mi- Oscar Harnsberger, who has been with Bishop Bros. for some? time, left on the mail hack Thurs? day morning for his home at Elk ton, Va. Mr. Harnsberger has by his many pleasant and affable traits of character made a host of friends while sojourning among us, who will be pleased to learn that he will return sometime in March to again fill the position he now leaves. Mr. Henderson Darnell, who passed through here sometime ago. on his wray from his home on North Mountain, Augusta county, to visit his bod in Pocahontas county, has just retained. Instead of making a week's visit as he had intended he became snow-bound, and not until now, afer the lapse of six weeks, have the roads been sufficiently open to admit of his returning home. S. B. Rexrode passed through town Wednesday on his way to Mc? dowell, and reports 400 bushels of ^orn sold in ?ne day on Back Creek rbis corn goes to Pocahontas coun? ty* W, Va., and is another evidence )f the fact that Highland has dis? covered that there is more money n having grain to sell over and ibove home consumption than in baring to buy from year to Jyear. Dorn is bringing from Sl'lo to $1 20 in Pocahontas, while in High? land the highest paid baa been from 30c to 90c. Maj. Christman, of Rockingham county, in company with Mr. Ford, a civil engineer lately engag? ed in surveying a railroad in South America, was gue^t of the Cun? ningham House Sunday night. Tliey are surveying a route for a railroad extending from Cumber? land, Md., to Covington. Va. The portion of this line from Franklin. NV. Va., to Moorefield has been surveyed recently and the question now under consideration by Mr. Ford is which will be the better route to select after leaving Frank? lin?the one which has bern sur? veyed up the Thorn thence down the Bull Pasture; or keep the South Branch valley up to the di? vide at this place and then down Jackson's River to Covington. Maj. Christman says the point in favor of the Doe Hill route is thai the divide at that point is 400 feet lower than Monterey, but on our behalf we say that certainly the practical eye of a skilled engineer will at once conclude that this is the most practicable route for sev? eral reasons not necessary to be enumerated here. As we go to "press we learn of the death, on Back Creek, of Mr. Wm. Hiner's little girl, on last night, aged three years. Gone to Her Rest. Miss Sallie Virginia, daughter of Benjamin T. Hook, died at her home on Cowpasture River, at 5 o'clock, p. m., on Tuesday, Feb. 1st. She had been in delicate health foi many months, lingering upon thc very verge of the grave; and while her death was not a surprise, it brings sorrow to the many hearts of those who knew and loved her, Life was very dear to oer and she clung to it with a tenacity pecul? iar to herself, yet, while loath tc leave the loved ones and pleasant home, when the hour of dissolu? tion drew near, she bade her fami? ly an affectionate farewell, commit? ted her soul into the hands ot God, and, in the triumphs of a liv? ing faith, she passed to that realrr where there is no more sickness sorrow or sighing and where tin consumptive's hectic flush is ex? changed for the radiance of im? mortality. Thus has the death angel paic his first visit to this happy home and we extend to the bereaved fam? ily our sincere sympathy and praj that God may sanctify to theil good this Savd dispensation of His providence. H. Public Renting. On the 1st day of March, 1893 in front of the store-house of J Bradshaw, at McDowell, I will of? fer for rent publicly the grazing land lying on the Bull Pastor* mountain, belonging to the infanl heirs of Theresa G. Kincaid, dee'd. M. V. Stuart. Executor and guardian. mar. 1st. ; Something New ruder The Sun. One of our farmer* recently han' ed a load of baled hay from Aug - j ta couuty. This is sum-! bin ?; to the people of Highland an sounds almost incroi ulong, but. when we remember the severe wi - ter we have had and tii<* amount ol feed necessarily consumed the mys? tery is in a measure explained, 't may relieve the minds of some our friends to know that hiv - i be bought in the Valley n cheaper than in Highland and a - joining counties. That large and valuable body of land known as a part of the Han - ilto.u Gwin estate was soil in Mc? Dowell, Monday, January 80. by L. H. Stephenson and C. P. Jones, commissioners. The home farm n Cowpasture river consisting of 212, 55, ";"> and ll acres?in all 81 i ? was sold to Wm. Armstrong for 11,800. The Ervine place contain-1 ing91 acres, lying on the south side of the S. & P. pike was pur? chased bv Sarah Jane Stewart for ? $1580. Tlie lands i n the Shenando-1 i iii mountain comprised of 1 03 acres more or less was sold to Jno. Robinson and Floyd Kincaid for J280. All of these lands are vain-, able for grazing and ranging pur-! poses. Weather prophet Hicks has made I some remarkably hard hits within I thc last month, but fell short when j he predicted that wc ohould have a a cold snap the first of this week. The series of religio3 meetings being conducted at Staunton Va., by NV. P. Fife the drummer evan? gelist closed Wednesday night. As an evidence of the interest tak? en and the good done many of the I business houses were closed during | the hours of service. -Wit and Wisdom, Old lady: UI want a watch that won't tick so loud." Clerk: "They all tick like this, ma'am; there's no other kind." Old lady: "Sho! I know better. I've heard of them, silent watches of the night' ever since I kin re? member. Always look at your worries through the wrong end of an opera glass. Examine your joy with a microscope. Mary: F-e-r-m-e-n-t, ferment?to work. Mama: uXow place it in a sen fence to show me that you really understand it.'1 Mary: ''In summer I love to fer? ment in the garden." Mother (putting the boy out of the pantry): "'How many more times will I have to tell you to keep out of the preserve jar." Small boys (sobbing); "No more mama. They are all gone!" "Suppose Columbus hadn't dis? covered America. Willie, would you have liked that." "You bet! It would have cut geography down one-half." A boy called o"n a merchant con? cerning a place. "1 want an office hov," he said in reply, "if I can get the right kind of a ono. Do you want a job?" "Yes. sir." responded the boy; '?but before I take it I'd like to know ;f there is any chance of pro? motion." "Well." said the merchant thoughtfully, "that depends on the boy. The last one we had here owned the whole place before he had been with us sixty days." To prevent postage stamps from. sticking together iu your pockat, j carry but one at a time. Look out for frosty nights. The ground-hog saw his shadow. John W. "Myers, Atto';i.-\y-At-La\*. .ierey, Fa. ?Rcsumen the practice of his profession in Highland and adjoining counties.? Office?Spruce St., opposite Presbyterian church. octUfirn CH1B. P. JONES. BUI.LIB B. 3IKO TONES A SIE<i, A1 TORNEYS-A T-LA W, "Monterey, Va. Will practice in all the courts orHielilann. tST-Mr. Jones will continue to practice in i the CIRCUIT COURTS of Pendleton and Po I cahontas counties, W. Va. a*t23. JOHN W. STEPHENSON, Attorney at Law, \Vr.iTr:-.Spriag3, Va. Practice ' f'tl Bath and IH*rta lan-dcou*-: '? -'> ' J wbun county N EVY HOTEL. KCIT3Y HOUSE, OKI DOOK WEST OP J. TKIMBLK II dO.'S. J. H. HIDY, Proprietor. Just opened and ready to serve permane and transient visitors.. f.*l-Table furnished with thc best the ir ket a nords.-HS Respectfully invite the patronage o public. iunl3-> L. ii. stephenson, Attorney at Law, MONTEREY, VA. I Practices in the courts of Highland acd I Hath counties Va., and Pocahontas county W. Va. WI LAT EST, CHEAPEST AND BE3T IS THE POST-HOLE Universally conceded to bo thc best and only Digg'.r that works to perfection in the soft? est of sand end the toughest ol clay, and unequalled by all others to work in any kind oi soil, as the blades are so arranged and made of spring steel, thus allowing them te expand a.id contract when .".U ing and emptying same. The handle is so arranged that it can be ler.gthtned to any desired length by adding pipt to ic in sections, so that r.^.y desired depth cnn be reached with theiss Diggers. It is llrfht, tironff, durable and simple (nothing compli? cated about it), and does twice the v/ork in less time than any other Digger made. Ask your dealer for it, or address CY8L0NE DIGBES CO.. ST. LOSJS8 rao. .GEKTHsL iglOLE Wt CO. IMAHAPOLIS, IU0. MAIIEHS 0? ^BJEN-HUR m & J^^.^ >-**-.-??*-*-^nr~?-. ? ? *> a K'MSjUr* FK?lliiATi3 Vkt, GUSE.Ci. T2E, - AOENT3 WAXTED isS$805?G??6d?C' $f9t*N 75.09 AAB BL ft ES 5 S l^ i:i tim*'. Mimi****.1 B?r?l?iln*01s*i?*?ilni ItrcDir-p, !lRi-\ UlUtninntlaiii, Kronehtttt, ami U'JilLOj o;n?r L,ns-.a, D.****-*****. Ittfreompotfd of thc parc*! SorrcKlsnCod-IJrrr Oli, Cfiiu'.lliurd willi th'- i!.?T'1*1 ??' ?'?'?? ?'?'?" Oi Uro* n-d Roda, and ta fr**?!j prt*acrlh??(l -y ihe MvdUial Faculty throughout tbti Country and lu Lump*. rr-f. C.. R, *Ta**l, I.'iri-'.i-iii.? rVatr*)(rasla, ??? K- >' rf LlfarOil i-.r no* tali ni aikcr nawlu ia Ik* lrt*iai?Bl r.( f ulmnir rrr CoirS';ni|>tii>u." F.oi. rbanhll'r. of Pr.rt.. njK?''Whn n-r.1 I* :lir?. iver. Baikal Rrv Irs curcl of Prrlrfcu:.arr LCLjyLiflr.ru bf Itt* *i= ?I II.ccph5.phUf?." Dr V. il. liulnml i 'Tlrglals, ia**:?"I tad < tran'* Krai alon |.*rticiil-rlr taaulrd lo atlleal* (alkina, Bad i.i < "3 sum:t on and dinnie Bioachilra il .r.fr.r? tu bu lae framl dsa.'lcratunr.' Dr.B.C. ni-.th V.* IVai.lant Vl.-rjlnia rM.Jir-il A.-nncIv th:., sij'i?--I l-l- ierr- Casuri'i KmaUwa li Um > e.t brra*y raii<.u knoirn lor pr.larfinar* drrrtaaaa." Dr. ii. f. Miloo Wei Vir/ijij !??'?-.-'\TM. efclMrM Carani'* EmuMou la Ula Inn *f**>V>tlua ! trine rrat ---I " Pr P P. MMy, Ponia'-oc. HW, MTS:?"I'kUB-a Kriir.!aia2 la ihe lu il iniatrlnatlta for CcuulapUaa ullh wl.iin 1 un aaqaaialasl.'' Dr. I. K. Britton. TertTfll*. 8. C . siva:?"Daciicd and ??ti?f*et'.rv r*>nlu reiui (*!I?W Hie us.- of Cimm'i r.mui'iou." k*r. II.'H. Hawes, of Farmrllla. Ta, .*>?:- 1 hvrxl on CannTa Emulsion lor tlir?e uwnllia, ana ?u a.rao'l prfpa***i to air I owe my Ufa to it." M's. J. 0. Daba*?. I.TDilib'ir*. V* . ??<??:-'Tnt.l I triel Caaa.ru* EnrnlaioD. I fan"! lo Riifl SB) 1 r~[ -a riv. Wm of i".*! Llvr Oil mr ato*.*jh w.alri IrUla, ta .cr. lu la* arj.alle.t ?jpaaailiy." _ T*Kabove ?re* fear of ihe Nnndr-ils of te*t!r\ionla',a wahivr* of thc snperioritr of Camm'a Knmlaiun ovr all siiaU'l prrpa> rations sold. It ia niBBufactured ol' toe bea*, material, and with a-reai car* and is universally |? |rul?r wbertrer Vuowo. Kor sal* bj Drugr(i.t* sisif aaiis. C'amm'a Emulttioa retails at Ono Dollar. E. A. CRAIGH1LL Sc CO., Wholesale Druggists. Manufacturers and rrnpn, P. 0. JLock Drawer 622. LjncUburs. Vru - s NEW HIGH ARM DUPLEX SEWING MACHINE. Sews either chain or lock stitch. The lightest-running, most durable and most popular machine in the world. Send for catalogue. Best goods. Best terms. Agents want WHEELER& WILSON MFG. CO. Philadelphia, Pa. dec 23-1 yr. "WANTED^'("eawake "*A*or^cr9 ey _ _ erywheie for (iShepp's Pho? tographs ol the World"; the greatest book on Q Li C D D' Q earth; costing $100,000; OM E. IT O retail at $3.i;6, cash or installments; mammoth illustrated circu? lar* and terms free; daily output over 1500 vol Phntnnranhcumes A gents are * llUlUijI dl}JNb wild with success. Thoa. L. Martin, Dentreville, Texas, cleared #711 in 9 days; Miss Hose o^'i?V4SS.of the WORLD utes: Kev. j. Howard Madison, Lyons, J* Y., $101 in 7 hours; a bonanza; magnifi? cent outfit univ $1.00. Hooks on credit Freight paid Al. GLOBE BIBLE PUBLISH ING W.f 728 Chestnut st., Phila., Pa,, oi 453 Dearborn St., Chicago, lil, ??pi j.miij_*A?*MJ^*a^?*L-?tfJ?ii^'ij.jv^ i..ntaM&i**esmen&ptps "Seeing is Believing." And a good lamp mast be simple; when it is not simple it is I not good. Simple, Beautiful, Gcod?thzst ) words mean much, but to see " The Rochester " will impress the truth more forcibly. All metal, tough and seamless, and made 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?- and brighter than gas light, softer than electric light and more cheerful than either Look for this stamp?Thb Rocheste*. If the lamp dealer bas t,'t the MMltM Rochester, and the stria you want, send to us for our new illustrated catalonia**, .and we will set-.* you a lamp safely by express?your choice ot over 2.009 I varieties from the Largett Lamp Store in the world. ROCHESTER LAMP CO., 43 Park Place, New York Cixj. "The Rochester." prices. B*nd for Una Ulu.uaicrl e*M Vr.-'ic ind (ntl pviJ-*rar* ,0 U Pom "Carriage Co. uporte.ind E. If. HARMAN", JOHN T. IIAK.MJ.if BARMAH BROS. DEALERS IN FINE WHISKIES. (Opposite Virginia Hotel) STAUNTON VA. C.(J.D. LIQUOR HOUSE. Try our celebrated Rockbridge Coantj Va., Whiskey, two ytars oM nly (2.00 per gallon. Warranted pure and straight. Auburn (Maryland Rye) Whiskey, 8 yean old. |2.60"per gallon. Virginiu Apple Brandy, 12.00 and ?2.50 per gallon. Old Monticello, Gray and Wilson whiskies, 13.00 per Kallon.' We carry Q larger Ftock old Liquors than any house in Virginia, aad Dal e tie Jag ana Keg trade a specialty. Sena us your orders. Wo mintee to please you. Oct. 30?ly. A MAGNIFICENT COMBINATION FOR TliE PEOPLE! A POPULAR LINE OF TUB LATEST STRING ATTRACTIONS, AN UNLIMITED VARIETY IN EVERY DBPARTMT OP TFIK STOKE, THB DETERMINATION AND ABILITY TO MAKE THE BEST I" "wtAiafcuYFt^ GOODS VOl EVER SAW. QUALITIES AB YOU LIKE THRU! st VI. ks AM) CASHIONS TUB LaTRSTI ASSORT MEM n.uri.lTl AND ALL UIIIIfT FrrtlCBSl DON'T IMIL ". Ol-: IB (UK SPI.PMDID STOCK AND TAKE ADVANTACB CF th;; IXDUCEMIMTt oi-i-lki.h IN DRY GOODS, L-ROCERLiS CLOTHING BOOTS.SHOES, HATS. CAPS, FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS. ETC. All the LATEST and NICEST styles of thc season. HONEST GOODS that Ma? ths WORTH and HONEST MERIT. \Ve guarantee profit and pleasure to every customer. Profit, because our prices wifl pi ovc a positive saving to the boyer. Plesnre because our goods cannot tail to please in quality and style. It is impossible to make a mistake io your Spring buying if yen select from the great Pair Priced .stock of 7 Wost Frederick St., JanVljr. STAUNTON, VA. _i ffe Keep Tie Ball Roiling. "W"ITH TIE-HUE to Linc Of $6 $8$1Q$12&15 For Fall And Winter Wear in*the Valley. TIIITI TY MEN, ECONOMICAL Mi S THINKING MEN, .SENSIBLE MEN, Thse Suits are just the thing for yon. They are made for durability as well as for looks, for the body as well as for the eye No matter how your taste may incline, YOU ARE SURE TO BE SUITED We are displaying SUITS of every description. Sacks in doubl breasted, straight cuts, and round cuts; one, three and four but on Cut aways, Ulsters, Storm Coats, and Full Dress Overcoats, Boots, Shoe*, Hatf, and a full line of CENT'S FDHBU GOODi! The goods are made up by the best manufacturers. Need we urge you to come and look at our goods? JOS. L. BARTH & CO., ITO. 9 SCTTE AUG-TSTA ST., SYA-TOTG-K. YA. CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS, DESICN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, etoJ For lnfonnattnn and free Handbook write to MUNN' A CO.. 3C1 Broadway, Nkw York. Oldeit bureau fur securing patents in America. Kvery patent taken out by us is brought before tbe public by a notice given free of charge in the jfrMEic j^wetian Largest circulation of any scientific paper In tho world. Splendidly illustrated. Ko Intelligent man should be without it Weekly. S3.OO a rear; 11.50 six months. Address MUNN 4 CO, YcuuaaiUiA, 361 Broadway, New York cu*, .