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'lc .ns, $1.00 a Year In Advance. Nsa-tl ev.rv I'ririav evening bv W. _1. !___. TT^EKTY, ? r-*:7cri _fi_n? ? -r.-r2_L_xs____.ES. Entered al the _?:. ? i-rey postoftiee as second cl&.s matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Oct. 4 1901. New Democrat ic Organization, As advertised, a meeting of tlie demo, rats of Highland was held on the ii81 ti ult. for Hie purpose of reorganisation After stating the tjbject of the meeting. Chairman S l> Sie?_r called L ll Stephenson Esq. to the chair. Mr Sieg then tendered his resignation as count)' chairman. liv cominittces from each district the following person, \vere elected members of the countv executive committee; Stonewall dist?Dr II H Jones. B I) Bradshaw and V Hnpman. Monterey dist?E I! McClintic, I L Beverage and E B .lones. Blue Grass (li^t?Ed Winier, P fl McNulty and E A Wade. A resolution by S VV Sterrett E (\ expressing appreciation for th) valuable services rendered bj the lute chairman, was adopted, tit? ter which the meeting adjourned. lt being the duty of the execu? tive committee to elect one of its number as county chairman, a meet? ing of the same was immediate], eallel, and E II McClintic unani? mously elected chairman of the democratic parly of Highland. Tin- committee, we believe, acted wisely in selecting Mr McClintic. He is young and energetic, and .'hows a decided liking for work on the line of politics, and heretofore has nude plain Ila* fact that he i. onto his job. * a * Hij_l>I ind In the Lead. We hava seen a letter from the Auditor's office, in Richmond, to our County Treasurer, which speaks well i'< r our people as well as our Treasurer. The letter Bays?"1 hand you herein si .lament or' yonr Insolvents and Delinquent claims for 1900 wtlich is a creditable ..how ing Cor you and your county Your percentage of collections of State Tax are remarkably good. and better than any I have yet ex? amined. The sbowing that yon have collected about 00 per centum of the entire state tax, charged to vou it* 1000, ie oj. lui. .1 to eqtutl by aw of your fellow Treasures.'" On the 80th ult. nn attempt was nijide tn destroy the tomb of th. late President. Two men attacked the guards, one of the latter being wounded with ti knife. They male tln*ir escape. Forty men of Co C. I try. were kill I in th hy 400 in Pu n it wai ; ? ?? : - lion, ; pur ?'?. ri.;.!: long sid i?'s,in \. in gi ? ' r in ':.;- evi? dence of the Cz>lgo-z trial. I'ri vnte O'Brian ????. men did tbe azt that Parker wi a at Br I giv? en credit for. The Franklin Reunion. Tue reunion of ex-confederates at Frankiin was .aid io be a decid? ed success. The number estimated 4o bi present by the Review, was 2.500. Hon Charles P. .Jones entertain? ed his comrades aud friends by thei delivery of a got d, sound, conserv? ative Bpeech, such being mtirely char -? teristic of the speaker. In his home county, surrounded by old comrade" aud the friends and familiar scenes of bis boyhood, he spoke tenderly of those day- of long ago and the great changes that time bad wrought in remov? ing from their ranks tbe familiar laces of many dear com ????.des. Mr. Jones'speech is si i',1 another evi? ct.nee of his ability, the true char? acter of the man and his real worth to his people. RICHMOND HOSPITALITY. ? VVjCare pleased to state that tbe ?I....,mond ('arrival Association Fas completed arrangements for tbe accommodation of fully 100,000 guests during the coming Carnival Week, October7th-_2th. Of this number they inform us fully50,000 Can be accommodated at regular hotels and boarding-houses. For the balanc. the citizens of Rich niond haye "j et.ed the doors of hos? pitality, linis assuring to every visi? tor am]!. accommodations during their _t..y. T' < I ommitti a on Hotels and A ccu m mod;* tion 8 is under Hie su? pervision ol Mr. .<. h. Hill, with headquarters ut No. HU East M*_> Streeti v Good Horses and Good Prices. Last week Mr James Hevener of Hightown neighborhood sold to Mr G J liiiur an exception;.ly fine three \ear old draught horse, a 1400 pounder. Something neal, one and a quarter was the price. S WSter? rett Esq. of Crabbottom sold to Mr V B Bishop, for$150.avery heavy. two year old colt of hue style, tc fill the vacancy in lin: Bishop team of grays. Cattle are high, horses are high aud potatoes will be out of sight, lt is ti sore thing thal our stock men and farmers will have money "to throw at the birds." Some of ii; is already in evidence for just the (-.ber day we saw ; county man with a roll of bills bit: enough "to chi ke a cow."' Still Koon.. A farmer, according to the Okeh Herald, drove to town one da last week with a load of live sloe! which coexisted of several crates o: chickens and ducks, a few hogs three sheep and a calf. A yoting tuan was standing on the stree corner and thought he would havt some "fun'1 at the farmers expense so c.tlled out: "Say ain't you Noah's ark kinda crowded?" Tin old m.in looked round took ii chev of battle ax, and replied: " 'Tis ; little crowded, but I've saved roon for ti jackass; come jump." Town killers may be classed a follows: First, those who go out o town to do their shopping; second those who are opposed to improve n.ents; third, those who imagill they own the town; fourth, thos wno prefer a quiet town to one o push, life and energy; fifth, thos who oppose every movement tua does not originate nilli them. Smith (.'enter Pioneer. Hightown Mention. Hightown, Sent. 80, 1901 ?Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Winier spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Jacob Havener. Mr. Robert Noel has rented his hons3 and lot to Mr. .Ino. H. Hev? ener of Crabbottom. Mr. Noel bits gone to Hot Springs to work on Hie Homestead. We are sorrv to see him leave the county. Clay Sponaugle is attending tie Hightown High School. Mrs. Mary Cook is still very much complaining. Miss Jemima Jones and brother of Doe Hil! have entered the High town High School. Mr. Arthur llexrode aud sister Miss Mollie, visited their uncle. Mr. J. G. Hevener yesterday, A. P. Hevener called on bis best girl Sunday afternoon in Crabbot to tn. Mr. Will Noel is suffering with rheumatism. Messrs Trimble . Lunsford of v ar town have turned their faith? ful team <>f horses out for a much na .-.ed reston blue grass. The Hightown st<?re has recently undergone some changes which make it much more convenient. They sell gooda at this place. Rev. Mr. Entsler preached ii very interesting sermon yesterday at Hightown. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Rexrode sire visiting Mr and Mrs G A Rex? rode. Tbe Hightown High School opened Sept. 23, with about 85 pu? pils, and is progressing very nice? ly under the leadership of four very able instructors. Early & Lute. Items Irom Kansas. Elgin, Kan. Sep. 22, 1001?As iill know by this time Kansas had a terrible drouth this summer. Grandpa Debusk says such ii one h.as not been known in 27 years. We have finished haying and cut? ting coin, and playing foot ball nod shipping Texas cattle are the go. Cattle sell well. Messers E. VV. Bradley and Grant Simmons are breaking-a span of .mules. J. E. Fleisher lias been riding his brown pony. We haye been having some nice dancing, and good music. Young Miss London favored us with nice music recently. There are to be quite *? few wed? dings in the near future, so said. Out here the old get married too, Kansas Girl. UNimSITY OF VIRGINIA IT IS Till. Capstone of the Public School Sys? tem of the Stale. FREE TO VIRGINIANS In the Academic Department Letters, Science. L_.w Medicine, Enoineeki-M-. Session Begins 15th September. For Catalogue address P Ii. Barrin? ger, Chairman, Charllottsvi Ile, Va. To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative I 'rome Quinine Tabjets; All (lruu^ists refund Hie money if it fails to cart*. E. W. Grove's signature on each box. 85o. Watch the Watches. Remember that I sm headquart? ers for first das. watches. All standard nu.hes of movement! and crises fully guaranteed. Can fur? nish.-you anything from ii .-jewel New England movement to the 24-jewel Illinois Special. 1 will haye more than a half doz? en large catalogues, in two weeks. selling forth all late sty lei of watches and jewelry for 1902, and will be pleased to have my friends call in and examine these finery il? lus! rilled books. Thanking the public for past fa? vors, and soliciting your future patronage, I am, Gratefully vours, II. M. Slaven. *TT IRGINIA: In vacation-In Ihe y clerk's office of Highland Circuil * Conn, Angnsl 26lb, 1901. Fred M- Bonner i Mignec of A. G. Bon? ner Adm'rof David Gwin dee'd and oth? ers Plifs. against .). Ed Arbogast, S. II. C. and ns such Adm'rof ti ames Wright dee'd c... pits In ('Laue.ry. The object of this suil ts to ascertain thc estate of which James -/right died Beized; to marshall the assets and to ad? minister tbe name according to law And it appearing from affidavit flied tbat Thomas Wright, Sarah Bader, Nan? cy Wright, Alexander Hamilton, I len ry Hamilton, Robeil Hamilton, Stephen Il?.milton and D. C. Hamilton, roc; non residents of Hie bl atc of > irginia; it le or? dered that tliey do appear here within fifteen days after due publication of this order and do what is necessary io pro? tect their interest. E. II. McClintic, p. q Teste: J. 0. Matheny, Clerk. - ? -< # ?- - Wanted virginia farms old coloniaf homes. Any parties having Farms they wish to tlippose ol' may find i: t. their advan? tage lo communicate at once .ith LIG GJ_TT & GOKHRING, No. 417 Fourth Avenue,-Pittsburg, Pa., who have pur chasers for V irginia farms. Sep. 20, 11. CONSTABLE NOTICE. _J Parties having bn.ii.ea_ vritL tbe con stal?le of Stonewall District, will lind me at MoDowei.every Saturday. 1). C. Ga,\ham, C. II. C. Fept 18?Gmo H _ tmZjl" lp^^ss^^^iizz^^!^s:z BnUu9Ei_'@i_l Too much housework wrecks wo? men's non'es. And the constant care of children, day and night, ls often too trying for even a strong woman. A haggard face tells thc story of the overworked housewife nnd mother. Deranged menses, lenoorrhma and falling of the a womb result from overwork, m Every housewife needs a remedy p to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs " I in perfect condition. -53p..Vg r,r ff> M td.K*\- B% ^ is doing this for thousands of \i American women to-day. It cured ft Mrs. Jones and that is why she a writes this frank letter: I Glendean e, Ky., Feb. 10,1&01. I aro so glad thnt your Wine of Cardui ls helping me. I am feeling better then I have felt for years. I a;n doing my own work without any help, and I washed last week and was not or_ bit tired. That shows that tho Wino is doing roo good. I am getting fleahle. than I ever was before, and sleep ko . and eat hearty. Before I began taking Wine of Cardui, I used to hare to lay down five or six times every day, but now I do not think cf 1> ing down through the day. Mi_. Richard Joshs. $1.00 AT DBUOCUUm. For s.vlce and literature, .<l:lr .*, giving iyrnp tptnl. "TIM _?__*' A.. is .)? 1? par tu cut ", Tlie Chut tc nooga Sledicine Co., Chaltai. ?>ga, ruin. '2m&&3*BmmwmmmmVs3?!2!$&LQ&$ C. CAbeogAsq TO THE FRONT My Lino, Spouting', Hoofing* Sally Vinci You will fin . nie ready to giv you estimates, aud do .ill wor promptly. Took .levi's Bad Bange always on hand. Uet my price before you buy. Flambing is one of my special ties. Bath Tubs farnisued and placet _Vinti Mills erected kc. &c. Work Guaranteed. C. (_ Arbogast, Ti. nek. Monteray, \ a. Snort nt j? pp "CIT? pictures x ???.?--.__ All the Prominent PUGILISTS Balf tone Portraits, in Ring Cost um Worth Collecting and Framing. .?. .''^SUPPLEMENT T< POLICE GAZETTE ko;) 13 Wefts 8m!.-i.;iis Incindcd, Mailed to your Address. RICHARD K. FOX, Publishei Franklin Square, NEW YORK .ii. ___& .'___..__.___ -*__. eurc3 Hacking Ccughr;. Sore Lungs, Bronchi!:: i, Grippe, Pneumonia and all severe lung affection.. Why then risk consump tion, a .low, pure death. Ta ko warning I Act at once! Buy a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, a doctor's presojiption, used over503 .ai.. Price, only 25 cents. I>sis_ or. having it. Dcr.'t be im? posed upon. Refu-O^ tho dealer's eub.titute; it i_ nos as good 33 Dr. Eaii'_. Salvation Oil cures ..h. nmpti.iii Aches and raia., i B cc 25 cis. 1TJIXjT3I1-1 Cr LOT toil _FO_R SALE ____.T Bolar Springs, Bath Co., Va. Many patties have desired to br.y building lots ut this celebrated and popular summer resort nnd have uutformly been denied 11 lot st any price or have been asked ii price nnreasoivit'iy high. Wc,haye there? fore decide,! to lay ont Into quarter acre lots, it tract of Iv) seres and will sell these !ots nt reasonable prices on easy terms. This property lies within about 500 yards of ihe celebrated Bofnr Springs ;: nd shout 20 mi les North? east oj' Hot and Warm Springs in Bath Co., Va., and are the only l<>ls that are now and probably will be lo come it nv on sal-1 lor yt thing like a reasonable price, nnd From present iti.ic.itions are kuie L) i.icrease rapidly in v_ilw*. These lots are desirable to par? ties v, ho may wish to erect a hotel, Boarding Imus., Livery Stable, or Store, sud especially to parties who woul I like to build a sum mer cot? tage, and spend a few tf.eks each summer at this delightful place, taking tneir meals at a hoarding house or boarding themselves. Parties desiring to purchase lots can have further snd full informa? tion by culling on or writing to I. . N. Bussard and J. Ii. Bums. Bolar. Bath Co. Va., who have been au thorized to sell and transfer any of this property. Very ftespectfullv, Dina. Lilli* lt Blackwell, Staunton, Va. OYSTERS. The Oyster reason is here again and my York River stock is up to the usual Btandard. I ;tm now ready to fill orders for my Highland customers and for any one else that wants good oys? ters. J. B. Lackey, Fish and Oyster dealer, No, 4 3. Augusta St. Staunton, \ a. Phone 107. E. Swart BARBEE. Will be found over L S Dick? enson & Co/s Store. SHAVE, E'AIBCUT, SHAMPOO. RKA80KABLI PUCES. In my shop on Wednesdays, Sat imlays and nil public days. Givi mt a trial. Thaks for past favors. Jan. 21, Gmo. GUARANTEED S^AARY $9(50 w?". Men and women of gool address to represent us, some to travel Rp pointing agents, others f?r local work looking after our interests; 9900 salary guaranteed yearly. extra commissions and expanses. rapid advancement, old established house. Grand chance for earnest man or woman to secure pleasant, permanent position, liberal income .nd future. New. brilliant lines. Write itt once. Saffojid Pr kss, 23 Church St., New Haven, Conn. A Sharpshooter knows well the yalue of perfe.t and accurate eyesight, as well as any? one whose occupation necessitates th" continual use of the eyes liesting glasses are a great relief to the student or bookkeeper. We will test your eyesight ami increas. the efficiency of your vision by proper glasses, or to those whose sight is failing with age. Examination Free. H, L. LANG, Graduate Optician, Staunton, Va. ??i?i. "in __?____? wm' in itt "in--__<-____. rom. H. Slaven ? f. * __ -fti, ... i Xji.VGI"y DLciD169 Monterey, Virginia. ack, Surrey anet Buggies at rea onable 'prices. Horses boarded. My personal attention given. D tops the Cough nd Works oil the ('obi. fixative Bromo-Qu h.i tie Tn blots cure a dd ia one day. No cure, no I'ay. rice 25 cents. The Nev/ Star. Having lensed the Cunningham Intel Property, weare now giving ;: complete v- novtitiiig, and on lav l.t. it w ill li-' re-opened ns the SEW STAN IIO.T.I.. The public ...I lind excellent ac? orn modiiiions?Neut, chaw rooms. Sew Furnishings throughout? Jest of Fare?ceu'rteous Ireiitmeut. Jest of attention given to tue e..re if horses. We respectful fy ask a share of he patronage. VV A__*>(.BI '.NI) !ii:vi:i.c MB. -* 9 . ntl \ ...I, *____ IN entering upon the .uties of the new year we desire tu thank the public fur the pat i'i rn age extended to u? in the past, sud to assure our people of our purpose to serve them faithfully win.never such seryice is needed. We haye contracted to have our Hearse rt*-finished. have laid in a complete stock of Undertaker.1 Supplies, and, familiar as we are with the wants and tastes of our people, we eau guarantee satis? faction both as to prices and finish. Our Burial Out fits are all of our own make, and we make no extra charge for Hearse service. We are ar ran fif? ing to be in direct tele? phone connection soon. Yery Truly Yours, T. 'II. Slaven & Sons. A. Leo Wimer Watchmaker & Jeweler Crabbottom, Va. Repairing done at reasonable prices and guaranteed. I have ap? pointed H. M. Sin.eu as agent fdr me at Monterey, Va. WANTED?Any old piano or organ that has become useless, should be turn? ed hilo money, we will take il in exchange for anew one. Being piano makers we can turn them to some account; gel move money out of them than you can and e'.iarge bul a small difference for a nev one. Have you a good horse or otlier farm stock that will nol pay you to keep over winter? We have use for them and will take them ia exchange Cnmn.u_.i cate with us, there is no doubt hut what we caa make a trade that will benefit both panics. P. vV. WALTER & SON, Dealers in Pianos. .taunton, Va. Parties hzm Friends. May Expect W. II. MARPLE who rep resents thc lannis h lc aili Granite Co. To call upon them. He is prepared to furnish Best Work at moderate prices. Sec him before buying. W. A. Bussard, Contractors and Builder, -Monterey, Va. Dressed Lumber of all' kinds. hard and soft woods, for sale at reasonable prices. Also Sash and Doors of all sizes. Steel Roofing1 A Specialty, If von have any rlaning to do at any lime I solicit thc work, and guarantee satisfaction. tf Bair Cutt lug', Shaving, (Shampooing, Razors put in Order, YOU WILL FIND MB IN THE OLD WIMER BUILDING. I WILL BE GLAD TO AGAIN SBBVB My OLD UUSTOMEB., AND THE PUBLIC &BNBBALLY. That I have not departed from my es tablisbed rule, of makins every effort to please my customers, I think, will he proven ou your first yisit to my new puarers. If tyou give me your razor to put in or? der, I gUSISiitce that it shall cut. J. P. li win,-Bai ber Monterey, Va. il EXRY A. SLAVEN, Practical Land Subvkyor, Meadow* Dale, Va. Work Guaranteed, accurate and co ? re ct All wort. ii. this line solicited. . ? :;; ? ? ' _ rr j _r ' / _*?? ? ? >-??. ?-_?_-.v ._-foy. -rr yt^___ 3^. Afev%:;> ^r^-^--^. .1^^ .> ____f___i^___l>_*^______i-<^^^ sPretty New Wall Papers. j We have.1 the prettiest, new.ft wall | papers ever shown in Virginia. \ Our prices are right and range from j 3 cents a roll np. jj .Ve handle the best of the best iV.etor \ les iii America. ! S. .nd tor illustrated catalogue ot some a exclusive, handsome designs. I Albert Sh nitz, Next National Valley Bank j 8 tannten va I r lewisburg Female Institute The Leading Female Seminar}' in West Virginia nil Collegiate snd Academic Courses. Superior Advantages in Hosie sud Art. Lighted by Electricity. All modern Couveuieu ce.. A (. .iristiiiu lloma "School. I lu i lim. I.1 rom George B. Jones, Esq., Chicago. I Chicago, il I., ii 3rd 1001. '?] pjissi-d by manv good schools in order lo plac< mi d-itchier ondei ie ex c.'| i ioiiail y L'<' "I in Hut i. ci B iiinl l h i'rm .' h. t ruction that ia giv i ht ti c L^wi. burg Female Institute. After twit years' Iriul I nm i ian ever convinced lhat in selecting illira school fo; her i made a wi*. I'.oicc. 1 hr.vfl personally investigated un. have an intimate acquaint-* hoi* willi man. ol' the bes! schools for girls in I he Middle and Southern lat es, iiml I know of nu instit ut inn that is so free from sim m. lhat ismi iiurougli in its \\ < . ic, sud ? her** every influent*** environing tin* pupil is :? unqualifiedly good. Nor do I knew of any inatituiioii giving the ime quality of fare und employing Hu* Kaine liigli grade of teachers. Lat gives sn lor h rate. Thin .ehool has uiv cordial snd anquali tied ommendatiou. I expect lo coi linne my daughter thete until her ed u slion i?i completed. :rom Rev. M. L. Laey, D D nf West v!r*.inia: ''I honestly believe it is tlie yen I ?'. _l uol of wi icli i liavs ai \ mowlege." "rom I .ev S. B. Alderon D.E. Portsmouth, Ohio: UI .pent ;i part <>i my vacation last minn ? i I wisburg ?"emilie lu. tillite aa a hoarder in Dr Tel for.', familv, who were eui tranters to me. I was so pleased with thei liri*, ian ulm ?-; ? n <? t < ? . .chool and the healthful surroundings thnt 1 decided tu place mv laughter lhere. I have hum perfectly ^.*iti.-i:? ?1 und so has she. The .resident is gifted iii the management of young laities. The genial ipirit of his family makes a home for Ihestudentx. [ cnn cheerfully ecommeud the school to parents us au admirable [.'.ace tor their daugh CIS. From J. J Echcls, Esq., of West va: "1 have heou ii patron of the L"wishiirp Female Institute for the inst lix years, and I believe that nuder the present management it is the ? erv best Female School in the two Virginias." From Kev. E.G. Guerrant. D D ,of Kentucky: "A goon* F. male School is it public blessing, and among many noUle nsl it ii t pms I do nol know it better ono titan the one presided over b" Dr II L Telford ut Lewishurg, W Va. It . ii Ch rh. Un. Biblical, thor nigh and attractive?making not only finished scholars, but lo.elv Christian characters. It is gund enough to e. u ja te my own daughter, md I take pleasure in commending it to my friend*.*1 Send \o\- illustrated catalogue to R. L. TELFORD, President, Le ivlsbui'ff, W.Ya. SHENANDOAH INSTITUTE Daytox, Rockingham Cdukty, Vjroinia, / ^C_-J?.-V- .'? ' y__JS____E_.___ys m '. ? *.. ??. rr er... mu ?rrr ? DO ml ?*-?r. 'AAA^TW^^Ak-: [ NEW MUSIC AND SGI?KCE HALL Td BB OPENBD .KPT. 17. j;. was organized and incorporated under the laws of Virginia a quarter ot a ceuiury ago, and since that time it has steadily increased until today it stands the leading preparatory and collegiate institution in the Yal lev of Virginia. * It sustains ii Preparatory, a fonr years Classic il, a tim .. year's Scien? tific, ii two years Normal for Teachers, and a Complete Commercial Course. Her Musical Advantages are Superior. Expenses from $110 to $150 per rear. Address E. L. Ifoenshel. Principal. J. II. Huehush. Musical Director. .Situations Secured for graduates or tuition refunded. Write at once for catalogue and special offers. Business Colleges Louisville, Ky. Mo-tgomery, Ai". Houston, Tex. Columbus, Ga. Ichmor., Va. Eire .ngha.i, Ala. 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