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j|-I I j ULAND RECORDER.
Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Iasu.it ererv Friclav tv en inp liv cziT.re ^_._rr3 r ".--:_.!3xi__:2*. Entered at the Monte; ey postofflpejM sdcond class matter. Monterey, Ya., Frilay, Oct. 10, 1002 Hine Coal, That is what people now de? mand no matter who is in fault for it not being milled nnd il was with thia view that President Roosevelt made hi* earneUt and .manly appeal to mine owners nnd mine workers. The Presidents ap? peal was a failure so far as .imme? diate results are concerned, but .from it the people have at last learned that beyond a doubt tlie fault of all the trouble lies at the door pf the great coal barons. The labor union was willing to! state its side of the case to the 1 President and abide by liis decision,j but the mine owners positively re? fused to make any concessions of any kind, and upon them a great responsibility now rests. With winter nt hand and coal more than! ,a cent a pound already, it is hard to tell what terrible suffering may come. A child crying .'rom cold may not, soften the heart of a coal baron, but it will melt the beuit of its father. In our great cities how many manly hearts will be pricked to their inmost depths by the cries ol' suffering loved ones? The coal ba? rons can answer whet lier there shall be few or many. What would be the result of forc? ing men to meet- such trying times and baying their souls stirred to euich great depths? This question the coal barons may be required to answer. May the great struggle end now, and peace and contentment reign all over this broad land, as it does among the wooded hills and moun? tains of dear old Highland. Matural Anxiety. Mothers regard approaching win? ier with uneasiness children take cold so easily. Xo disease costs more little lives than croup. lt's attack is so sudden that the suf? ferer is often beyond human aid be? fore the doctor arrives. Such cases yield to One Minute Cough Cure. Liqufies the mucus allays inca? rnation removes danger, Absolut ly safe. Acts iminedit.ly. Cures coughs, colds, grip, bronchitis all throat and lung troubles. V S McMahon Hampton (ia. ''A bad cold rendered me voiceless just be? fore an oratorical contest. I in? tended to withdraw but took One Minute Cough Cure. It restored my voice in time to win the medal. KU Trimble .MD. Circuit Court Proceedings. The fall term of the circuit court couvened Monday, Sept. 20. Judge 8. H. Letcher presiding. From the law docket business was transacted as follows: An exparte settlement of Phebe E. Curry, ext.ix of Janies M. Curry was examined and confirmed. Tbe will of Susan C. Varner was admitted to probat. Margaret Wilson, Sarah Harold, Rosanna Qutshall. Martha E. Keis terMd Oliver Mullenax presented applications for pensions which were examined and certified to tbe Auditor of Public Accounts. Dr. H. II. Jones qualified as guardian of bis daughter, Miss .Grace .Jones. Tbe A ul tm an & Taylor Machin? ery Co. against E. J. Snyder &c. Judgment for plaintiff for $]12. II. Painter against O. A. Hird. Judgment for plaintiff for fflO. less ?20. credits. VV. M. McNulty against M. M. Armstrong. Judgment for plain? tiff for 178.72 'ess credit of ?7.(J7. The estate of Catharin Pullin was given into tbe hands of the .Sheriff for administration. James H Hidv was appointed a trustee of New Church in Crabbot? tom, vice Henry Arbogast deed. The sbuuler e;ise brought by Mrs Louisa Rexrode ii gain st Abel II. Armstrong was tout inned until next term; also the case of J. I). Low man against \V. A. Pratten. E. R. Williams, Receiver of the Lexington Development Co. against J. Paul Hrowis Judgment f()r plaintiff for 120. Same, against, P. II. lhipman. Judgment for plaintiff for $25. Same, against J II Purus. Clara E. Hoover, Hubert Lightner, Adam McLaughlin, Mrs. E. N, Lockridge, G. A. Hird and George H. Lock? ridge Admr, of Hubert Lockridge deed, continued until next tenn, with leave in some of the cases to file special pleas of statute of limi? tations aud no valuable considera? tion. iii-i?i ? iii_i"iii i nw?ir ri ii Same, against J. M. Armstrong and Armstrong and Wilson. Set? tled and dismissed. ? Chakcery 0hoers. ll. B. Jones against George W. Moats Ad mr. Land sold in this case by Co mr. E. B. Jones to be conveyed by bim to Joseph E. Arm? strong. L A. Harold against W. W. Dear &.c. Final decree. James 13. Bradshaw against Jos. M. Armstrong, ii.port. Nc. 2 of 0. Wilson confirmed, and E. II. McClintic appointed special com? missioner to sell the land in Ibis ease unless lieus against same are satisfie 1 within (')<) days. C. C. Hansel Admr,of 15. H. Han? sel ftc, against Anthony Young kc. Edwin P. Jones appointed special Comr, to convey by deed certain tracts of buid sold bv. H. Ii. Hansel in his lifetime to Anthony Young. Morgan Pleasants, John Steuart and Win. Tuning. , Jesse i'uilin's Adinr, fcc. against ,i RobertC Pullin's Adinr, ftc. (.'bas. P Jones appointer] to sell the land in this cause, 188 acres on Bullpas? ture. Sf rs. Mau/.v ftc against Cornelius Colaw s Exor. Comr, 0 Wilson's re? port co ii fi rm ed and final decree tn teiel. E J Jones kc against Anna Ilel niick's Adinr, &e. Final decree. Howard D, Colaw against Martin A Colaw, Comr. 0 Wilson's report confirmed, all matter., settled and final decree. John S McNulty Exor, of Sam 1 Moy er fl against. Katberin Pullin &c, Comr, 0 Wilson's report confirmed, and Executor directed to make dis? tribution of fund in bri hands. > J ti Bradshaw against Charles Gwin. Petered to Cotnr. S ti Sieg to state liens against land in this cause, its value .ie. M M Bradshaw against C G Al? exander. All matters settled and case retired. Thomas G Wright and John M Hook's Exor, against James Wright's Adinr, &cV Comr. 0 Wil? son' report confirmed and J Ed Arbogast Admr, of James Wright directed to disburse funds in his bands to creditors of said estate. Charles P Jones and John WSteph? enson appointed special cumins a io ner's to sell tbe lands belonging to said Wright's estate. \v' E Ralston, Guardian ftc. against Albert Malcomb ftc. J M Colaw appointed special Comr, to sell the land in this cause. Who Are They? Hull, Oct. 6, 1002.?To Editor of Recorder: I was recently taking a friend through the Cemetery at Lexing? ton, Va., showing him Stonewall Jacksons monument, and the graves of several other noted confederates that are buried there, and as we were strolling around we came to the square in which the Confeder? ates who died in the hospital at that place were buried, I suppose' there are 25 oi 80 of them; they used to be all marked bv a neat slab at each graye with tbe name and, regiment kc, but now I see they have taken away all the slabs ami smoothed and soded the square over neatly and erected a monument in the center of square, upon which is carved the names of all buried there that are known, giving their regiment and Co. In tbe list we saw two names that looked very in neb. like they might have been Highlanders especially as one be? longed to 81st, Va. Their names are; J. Byrd, Co. E. 81st, Va; I). E. Hird, Co. A, Otb. Va. Is there anyonewho can tell any? thing about either? Perhaps Capt. Matheny or Sargeant, 0, Wilson know something about them. Respectfully, S. W. Sterrett. ; For Mr, Jones. The Richmond Evening Leader] of the Otb, makes mention of Hon-! Charles P Jones in the following complimentary terms: "The latest name suggested for the lawyer member of the Corpo? ration Commission is that of lion-j Charles Pincki:ey Jones of High-; land. Mr Jones was long a mem? ber of the Virgina Senate and ranks asa line lawyer aud broad-minded I statesman." Look Out For Fever. Hilliousness and liver disorders at this season mav be prevented bv cleansing tie system with De? witt's Little Early Risers. These famous little pills do not gripe. They move the bowels gently, but copiously, and by reason of Hie tonic properties give tone and strength to the glands. __?_?mamaa immiiipw mil i mu tim ni Comnii.sinner's Sale of Land on Bullpasture River. Pursuant to. a decree of the Cir? cuit Court ot Highland coutnv ren? dered al iis September term. 10<>:_ in the chancery cause of Jesse Pul lin's Adin'r &c. vs. Sam md Movers Executor ftc. I will on J-'kida v th." 81st. day of (oV.'Tor-.F.f:. Pto'.', nfff-f for sale by public tttictioii ;;t New Salem (.'hurch. the land of which Jesse Pullin died seized (iveentlv occupied bv his widow, Catherine 1'iilliu.) lying on the Bullpasture River iii said county, Containing 133 acres more or less, and also the undivided one half of 480 acres ol' land lyiug on Jack mountain in said countv. Tei:ms: Cost of suit, nnd sale cash ill hand, and the residue in three equal annual payments from n,i\ of sale with interest from that dav. and the purchaser executing bonds with approved personal security for the deferred payments, and the ti? tle being retained as, ultimate secur? ity, (diaries P. Jones, Com'r. I, J. C. Matheny, clerk of the circuit court of Highland county, do certify that the b uni required by the decree in the above men? tioned cause, has been duly execut? ed J. C. Matheny, Clerk, Sale to begin nt 11 a. \n: America's Famous Heauiios Look with horror on skin eruptions, blotches. ?ofes and pimples. They don'j have them nor will any one who uses! Buckling Arnica Salve, li glorifies the: face. Kc/cai-i or Sall IL.e'.ini vanish be? fore ii. lt cures sore lips chapped hands chilblains, Infallible for piles. 25c at K ll Trimbles iii uk store. New Idea Woman's Magazine. The forthcoming No ve niher hum? ber of the New Idea Woman's Magazine will afford entertaining' and profitable reading for women ill all classes and conditions of life.] lt will be tinged, naturally, with i the Thanksgiving idea, but willi cover the ground of woman's neel.-. A n i\"l feature will be'the first of a series of bright Udders from an Englishwoman's pen, under the caption of "The Journal of a Lon? don Woman.'" "Dressing the Bride" will set forth n new occupa? tion for women, and there will be half a do/en good stories by the cleverest writers. "Autumn Nov? elties*' will illustrate the newest de? partures, in fancy work, ami in "Good Housekeeping," excel le ul menus for Thanksgiving dinners will prove helpful! and suggestive, THE DESIGNEB f ir November sets forlb a tempting array of fashions and millinery for early winier and late autumn wear, Coats of all kinds for ladies, misses and juve? niles are prominent in the display. "Stylish Shirt Waiata for Winier Wear" and Indies' outing costumes are also glvin marked attention "Old Fashioned Quilt Piecing.*' I>\ Jessie de forest, is a quaint and in? teresting contribution to tbt! liter? ary part of the magazine. "Ameri? can Cooking Schools," by Wallen Fawcett, is of equal interest Imf in different vi in. "The Danes in the Woods." by Imogen A. Storey, is a charming little piny and drill for small children, while "Selections for the Recitationist" offers several excellent Thanksgiving poems cull? ed from varions soul cps. Review of Reviews. From no other periodical can so sane and accurate a view of current politics be gained as from the Re? view of Review.; The October number of that publication is note wort bv for its very clear and full editorial exposition of the issues in? volved in this fall's campaign, the effect of Speaker Henderson's re? tirement, the meaning of the tariff agitation in the .Middle West, sud President Roosevelt's at it tide on I he trust question. The President's remarkable speaking tours through New England, in the South, and to the West as far as Indianap? olis,?where nil abrupt ending was necessitated by the abscess on the president's leg,--are described ami pictured for the reader more com? prehensively than in most, daily or weekly journals. In fact, this rec? ord of t lie year's campaigning wp to d ile is ?omt'lbiog unique ir our periodical literature. It includes a survev of State political act:vities, East, West, North, and Soul ii. Neither Josiah Quincy's conserva? tive leadership of the Massachusetts Democrats nor Tom Johnson's cap? ture of the Ohio Democratic organ* ix111 icu. on behalf of t be pro-Bryan radicals, is ignored. Tbe editor of the Review has ndded mininer chapter to the unequaled "History of Our Own Times' that he is wiit? in*' month by month. Goes Like Hot Cakes. ?'The fastest Belllngarticlelhavc in my store," writes druglsl C. T. Rmitb, ot Davis, Ky., "is Dr. Klug'a New Discovery for Consumption. Cough, sod Col la, be? cause it always cures. In my six year- of sales it has never tailed. I have known to save sufferers from Throat and Lang diseases who could get no help from doc? tors or any other remedy." Mothers re Jv on it physicians prescrib. it and. Iv ll Trimble euara ii tees satisfaction or refund price* Trial boitlpt free, Itegular size 60C and MOO. Afc erne HALF THE COST Lion Coffee has better strength and flavor than many so-call? ed "fancy" brands. Bulk coffee at the same price is not to be com? pared with Lion in quality. In i lb. air tight, sealed packages. For that ? 'Millionaire 4' Feeling wear clothes made to your exact meas? ure by STRAUSS BROS f^\ Good TaJ.or9 for 25 ye.v.s, CHICAGO You fccS just right la them. Near? ly 600 pas? terns to se? lect from Satisfaction guaranteed. See the com? plete line at the store of EFFECT 'frill & .Mort. W. A. Bustard, Contractors and Builder, -Monterey, Yu.?? Dressed Lamber ol all kind*. hard ami Boit woods, for sale tit rear oh ab le price;. Also Sash anti Doors of hil Steel Hoofing A Specialty, If von have tuiv 1*1 airing lo do at Htiy lime I s-ui<-ii t he wurk. and guarantee satisfaction. tl i i iii i min i winn T. II. &II. RSL A YEN, i*\ UNDERTAKERS FURN!TURED DEALERS. Win give special attention to ilic Un? dertaking branch of our business. Ail | grades of Burial Outfits, froth the cheap- j i e>t Coffin lo the finest Casket. With for- j ty years' experience, we claim to have| | good judgment In the selection of triip minus iind finishing oat Ate. Outers can i be -cat !>v t(l( phone from any section ol' this and adjoining counties HAND-MADE FURNITURE is preferred by many over the cheap, trashy factory work. Weare still in the business, and, if you wan! shop-made work, come and sec na. We are grateful to our friends for past nage, ami we will do our best lo pl v.. e and to give satisfaction. Very respectfully, T.II. &H, F. SLAVEN. rn "I \M\ ??m^ m vt^Y ?-'V-p Mrs. Laura. S. Webb, Tlee-Prectdetrt WnnmnN nomo crat ia ClatM ot Xortlurn Ohio. "1 dreaded the change of life which was fast approaching. I noticed Wine of Cardui, cud decided to try a bot tlc. i experienced some relief the first month, so 1 kept on taking it for three months and now I menstiuat: with no pain and I shall take it off and on now until I have passed the climax. Female weakness, disordered . fallin<? cf tho womb and i troi bli l <ii) not wear oft. How a woman to the change 11 life. Do nol waitbuttake-Wine cf Cardui now ami avoid tiie trou? ble. Wine of Cardui never tails to benefit a suffering woman of any ace. NV inc of Caroni relieved Mis. Webb when she was in dan? ger. When yeo come to the change of lite "Mrs. Webb's letter will mean more to you than it docs now. But yon may now avoid the suffering she endured. Druggists ?ell (I bottles of Wino of Cardui. KO LATE. Tf rou loso your wurdi, your riiik ()|' J'"'"!' |'ncl;p|bnn]f, Hipre la a jhanoe of its being re lowren*. If liof, you eau replace it. It is not ibis way with your Eyesight. If that is lost, it is lost forever. You .".uno. obtain a duplicate. Every symptom of Eve Strain is a warn? ing .'rom Nature that you are doing t permanent injury. Every time I hat jon read until your head aches, I'Oii are making your condition just that much worse. If your ves tire easily, they need atten? tion. Forcing I hem to work with? out help will positively break them l"wn. By using glasses now. you ivill keep your eyes strong and well, If you wait too long, you will have bo wear gi h. sea every minute and .veil then your vision will be nn ? utfsf.iedory. "A stitch in time ??aves nine." ll. I, LANG. ECIBNTIFIC OPTIC...v. Staunton, Va. Charms. Nothing more attractive in St) le. Quality and Price could he asked forthan we are showing in our stock of Ladies1 and Gent's Charms. If you are con? templating a purchase in this line for a rela t ive, friend or your? self, do not fail to inaped otirgen erous offer? ings lief ore jou 'my, D. L. SWITZER, Jeweler and Optician. 3 E. Main St, ,T-_j _. ?_?nr--Tr-.T^^-_m-^_.h-.-,i jyq GEO E. oTE?AET BARBEE Will be found over L S Dick? enson & Co.'s Store. SHA VB, HAIR< CT, SHAMPOO. REASONABLE PRICES. In hiv shup on Wednesdays, Sat ii rd ayn and ali public days. Give nu a trial. Timk, for past favors. Jan. 21, (uno. Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va. (iltli year. Ft..te Military and Techni? cal School. Thorough Courses in gen? eral and %p piled Chemistry, Electricity and Engineering. Lon fe rs degrees of graduate In Academic Course, also de? gree, of Rachelor of Science in Technical Connel, All expenses, Including cloth ins; and incidentals, provided at rate of ?305 per annum,'asau average for the four years, exclusive of outfit. For In? formation address GEN. St OTT SHUT. Superintendent, (it UNIVERSITY OF YIG1NIA IT Iii THU Capstone of the Public School Sys? tem of the State. FREE TO VIRGINIANS In the Academic Department Lexters, Sci kn ck. L .w Medicine, Enpinekkimg. Session Begins loth September. Fm- Catalogue mldress I' li. Barrin? ger, Chairman, Charlottesville, Va ? Till lest Often Disagree With Us "Ro.caviso wp overeat of tbem. Indi ppstion follows. But there's, a way to escape such consequences. A dose of a pood digest ant, like Kodol will relive you at once. Your stomach is simply too weak to digest what you eat. That's all Indigestion is. Kodol digests the food without tho stomach's aid. Thus tho Itomach rests while tho body is strength? ened hy wholesome food. Dieting is un? necessary. Kodol digests any kind of good food. Strengthensa.nd invigorates. fCodol Blakes Rich Red Blood. Prepared only by V.. C. DlWlTTJcCO., Chicago, XM *l buttle. .i i talus _, _ times the .oe. she. K. H. Trimble. DR. KSNC'S thy NEW DISCOVERY FOR THAT COLD, TAKE WO SUBST.TUTii. Cures Consumption^Coughs, Colds, Broncliitis, Asthma, PncumoiiiaJiayFeverJ^eu risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness. Sore Throat, Croup and Whooping Cough. NO CURE. WO PAY. ?rico 50c. and $f. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE > We promptly obtain U. S. and ENTS 'Send model, sketch or pl.otO of invention lon 1 free report on patentability. For free book, ' TRADE-MARKS __?" Apposite U. S. Patent Office WASHINGTON D.C. ? ?fi/& T',,is aignature 13 on every t?o.. cf tim geauina Laxative Bro.no=Quinine tablets tho _e__eay that vrts a cold in out; <lay SHULTZ'S mmmat Everything the cnildren want, for school can be obtained at our store Books, Slates, Tablets, Note Books, Composition Books, Pencils, Book bags and Scholars Companion. ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. LBERT SHULTZ, NEXT TO NATIONAL VALLEY BANK, Staunton, Va^ I*-1 **?IHM.UJ ?!*?__-1ME &?.;? _v* _V_* V ?5*r.-,.i_._j ,.i E_ W _j kzm __ ll fal IX J ii n uar v of tiiis year we placed two ot'our LESTER PIANOS in the Lewisborg Female Institute. On Jolt 22nd 1902, we received an order for six more of tiie same instit iition. In a Iel i r rill,-n February 20Hi, 1002. Dr. Telford the Principal si ? d Iii,il lie liked the Lester Pianos we fur? nished better than any lie had in the school. The last order proves that they continue to hold good. There may be other good Pianos, but they cost more money than we ask for The Lester. Write for catalogue and prices, or call at onr ware* rooms and see t hem. Brereton & Heydenreich, Kooius 15-16*18 Crowie Bulk]illS*. Staunton, Va ATTENTION SHIPPERS. The Extension of the Centra! Division of the Chesapeake Western Hallway lias been completed io Stokefeyille, Virginia, where a handsome passenger depot andu commodious freight '.ouse have been erected. An rgent is now regularly installed, and the road is ready to take care of all business offered. At this point is located one of the most eonyenient stock yards to he found iu the state. It is provided with water, aud all pens are equip? ped with feeding racks. In addition to the yards, and close at hand, is a large fenced enclo? sure, where cattle tan be fed. watered, and given an opportunity to rest: no charge is made for the feeding yard. Hay and grain can be had; when desired, at reasonable rates. Tiie new highway, just completed from the Warm Springs Turn? pike at StriblingSprings to Stokesville, is the best road in the couuty and alfords direct eoinniunieation for all West Augusta and Highland countv travel to the Chesapeake Western Railway at Stokesville, otter? ing the closest, and most direct railway outlet East and North. A house aud stable is provided for "the use of teamsters wishing ta camp. Good accomodation* for others at reasonable rates. Try the Chesapeake Western Kail way; you are sure to be please^ with the service and the treatment you will receive. M. L. Mardis, Supt. k Traffic Mgr. E. W. Jackson, General Supt. lt Will Tay Yon to Head This. Combination Axle Cutter Will repair your Carriage or Wag? on Axles so that the Wheels will run 48 well as ! will : Mew. "When the whee ' a carriage or wag' i on lias too much pla on t tit- axlo, lite axle 1 should be shortened po hs to stop the j I disagreeable rattling and wabbling of ! tue wheels. Have the undersigned ex* . amine your vehicle and lie will Inform i , you of the cost of pulling the running I ! gear in first-class order and explain the I j workings of the machine. James O. Iliuer. Monterey, \ 0. A. Lee Wrara, ! W A TC 11M A K E K and .1 E W 1. L E K, | Crabbottom, Va. Work done at reasonable prices i and guaranteed. Have appointed ; the following agents: II. M. Slaven. Monterey; Va.; J. II I Curry. Creen Rank, ff. Va.; A. A. Mai | tin, Franklin, W. \ a. i McCunniK?the thoroughbred imported ] j Pen heron horse, so well known in the ! I conny, and whose colts always command j j highes! price, will make the fall season | ! at the .table at Dyer Gum's near High- i ' town. Blares will be kept at reasonable ' prices, address J. K. Kramer, Hull,or, Dyer P. Gum, Ilightown. Parties losing Friends. M-iy Expect W. II. MARPLE who rep ? resents the Co. To call upon them. Ile is prepared to furnish tiest Work at moderate prices. See him before buying. HENRY A. SLAVEN, Phacticai. Laid Surveyor and no? tauy Public. Meadow Dale, Highland Co., Va, Maps and Blue Prints a speciality. All work in this line solicited. Tom. H. Slaven's Livery Stable, Monterey, Virginia. Hack, Surrey and Buggies at reas? onable prii.83. Horses boarded. My personal attention given. e3n_M->_H-B-H-H_H_ya-H_H__H_MaaMM_M_BB_l Stops the Cough tnd Works off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Quii.ine Tablets curt a cold In one day. No cure, no Pay'. Price 25 cents.