Ilia ii land Recorder.
Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance.
Issued ererv Fridav evening by
?atai-ros* .?viT-o rsTj:*B:^,x?:Exx:-?*.
Bnteied at the Monterey postoffice as
second class matter.
Monterey, Va., Friday, Jan. ,30 1903
A WART1HE INCIDENT
Death of Miss Laura V. Arnold
Recalls Her Reply to Milroy.
Winchester, Va, Jan. 10.?Miss
Laura V. Arnold, who died suh'ei -
le at Cumberland. Md., yesterday.,
was a native of Winchester,) an 1 is
remembered here because of her
devotion to the Confederacy anl
because of an incident which has
hi ernie almost aa famous through
the South us the al leged Barbara
Frietchie episode has through the
The Federal troops under Gener?
al Milroy, were in possession of
Winchester, and the Federal com?
mander, one day, noticing a fine
Jersey cow belonging to Miss Ar?
nold's father, prom pl ly confiscated
the animal and would not. give it
up until Miss Arnold, who wns
known to have rendered the Co.?
federates valuable service, won bl
take the oath of allegiance. She
replied: uIf yon think vou can
suppress the Southern Confederacy
by keeping John Arnold's old cow,
you can do so, hut I will never take
lier spirit so impressed the stern
Federal commander that the jersey
cow was promptly restored to her,
and the Union soldiers were order?
ed ueyer to molest the Arnold
The above account of tlie death
of Miss Arnold recalls to my mind
the fact that I knew her very well,
und perhaps there are other o'd
soldiers in Highland who often
think of her kindness to them.
Wei! do I remember her kindness
to me when a prisoner quartered
in tlie court house at Winchester.
She would take no denial from the
officers in charge but fed me on the
best she could procure.
Many of her brave and daring
deeds are remembered by me and
many other old soldiers.
One of Co. E. 31st, Va. Vol.
Highland May Secede
Highland had a representative in
the constitutional convention, and
Highland has representatives in
the legislature, but Highland has
failed to be represented in either.
As arp[t we nre placed in a
delegate district with Augusta, we
are in a senatorial district with
Rockbridge and we are in a judicial
district with Botetoort, And now.
to complete the scatterment, it only
remains for us to be placed in a
congressional district with Rock?
ingham. Then, perchance, a friend?
ly arm of the Alleghany may en?
circle us and remove us from our
various and sundry places in the
"Dear Old Commonwealth," and
transplant us in the happy, go-easy,
hills of West Va., were it rn av be
we will he permitted to affiiicate
with our nearest neighbors.
The crowned heads of everv nation,
The rich men, poor men and misers
All join in paving tribute to
DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
H. Williams, San Antonio, Tex.,
writes: Little Earlv Riser Pills are
the best I ever used in my family.
I unhesitatingly recommend them
to everybody. They cure consti?
pation, biliousness, sick headache,
torpid liver, jaundice, malaria and
all other liver trouble?.
K. II. Trimble, M. D.
Stockholders' Meeting, Honterey
& Stauton Telephone Co.
- A meeting of the Stockholders
of the M.& S. Telephone Company,
will be held in the County Clerk's
office, Monterey, Va., oil Saturday
the 31st day of January, 1903.
All the stockholders of the com?
pany are expected to be present,
either in person or by proxy.
Ry order of
2fc J. C. Matheny. Pres.
As I expect to make a change in
my business at this place all parties
in debt to me either by note or
open account "wi ll please come and
settle by cash or negotiable note
by the 20 of this month.
Jan. 5,11103. W. R. Pullin.
A Scientific Discovery
Kodol does for the stomach that
which it is unable to do for itself.
even when but slightly disordered
or over-loaded. Kodol supplies the
natural juices of digestion and does
the work of the stomach, relaxing
the nervous tension, while the in?
flamed muscles of that organ are
allowed to rest and beal. Kodol
digest.- what you eat and enables
the stomach and digestive organs
to transform all fanni into rich, red
Wood. K. H. Trimble, AJ. D,
Real Estate Transfers
A list of deeds admitted to rec?
ord since the November term of
the county court:
E li Jones, com'r to Eliza Ann
Tuning?5 3 8 acres on Hull's run,
value $87 50
A T Newman ftc. to J Ed Arbo
gast?cherry timber ou Allegheny
W A Monta and wife to George
Snyder?80| acres on Die Hill
' ridge. $425.
WA Corbett ftc to E II McClin
j tic, trustee?75 acres mid engine.
! Land on Jacksons river $750.
E ti Jones, com'r to Pliilomn
Stn.lit 2 acres on Bnllpasture Mt.
C P Jones, com'r to H H Terry
310 acres on Dry Branch $0190."
J Wesley Hevener to J A Jones
?03 acres', S li Campbell land,
L A Wright lo J W Stephenson
trustee?37 acres on 13 ul I past ure
river $113 02
L H Stephenson, Com'r to Jamel
0 Gum ?03, 21 and 8 acres on
Rack Creek $1281.
I) L Gum and wife to James 0.
Gum. 28 acres on Hack ('reek.
Kent A llexrode to Thoa. J. Ry?
mer ftc. 21 acres on St. Creek $400.
* ll A Jordon and wife to Chas.
Partner 100 und 71 acres on Jack?
sons r rec $3,000.
Sani'l Hoover to Allen Arm?
strong, 105 seres. - .
Solomon Pu (fin burger to S. B.
Sieg trustee*?-69$ acres near Mc?
J alia M Hicklin ftc. to E. II.
Mcl'lintic trustee. All her land,
C P Jones, com'r to Sam'l A.
Cobb; 105 acres on Jack Mt. $110.
Samuel A Cobb to Martha Cobbi'
ftc.; 105 acres. ! ]
L II Stephenson, com'r to j F
Clendenen; 81$ acres, near Green
L A Carichoff to Sam'l Hoover;
105 acres near McDowell, 5100.
R H Griffin to Florinda Kelley;
37 acres on Dixon Hill.
L A Caric'ioff to "Early Gum; J
acre near Monterey, $50.
J F Wainsley and wife to A. J.
and J. H. Reyercomb, 57 and 23
acres on Bu 11 pasture river, $750.
ll A Jordon and wife to G. G.
Gutshall, 40 ' acres on Jacksons
Jesse M Griffin to C A Corbett,
100 acres on Dixon Bill, $1,500.
S B Sieg and wife to K H Trim?
ble. 2-3 of an acre near Mouterev.
E M Arbogast to Paul Brown, 2
roods and 4 poles at Monterey $950.
Piieobe (j Swadley to Wm T
Swad ley, 74 acres near Vanderpoel.
E M Slaven to Jennie M Henson,
1 ae.re near Vanderpoel. $302.
J F Wamsley and wife to S B,
Sieg trustee, personal and real
J F Wamsley to J S Gibson trus?
tee, wogon, barnes*, kc $408.
Ii F Gillefc to J S Gibson trustee,
engine ftc $029
C P Jones, com'r &c. to A A
Shumate, 5 acres near Monterey
Lucinda F Deverick to Lizzie
Ifrcum, l-7th interest in land of
Allen Deverick, $100.
A H Gum to J W Stephenson,
trustee, 113 and 84 acres on Back
CC Vint to T Price, * acres near
T Price to C C Vint. ftc J acres
near Doe Hill.
C P Jones, com'r to Peter Mich?
ael, 210 and 28 acres $718.
Minnie J Rodgers to Sam'l Ilise,
20 sore* near Dug Bank $1059.
J S McNulty, com'r to L M Me*
Clung, 590 acres on RullpasLure,
C P Jones, com'r to Lydia V Pal?
lin, 800 acres, Loftus Pu Iii tl land,
Annie Stone to Cornelia Girard.
5 acres on Crab run $25.
Cornelia Girard to Wm L Pullin
C P Jones, com'r to Ira Q Sim?
mons, 22 acres in Crabbottom,
D E Colaw to Ira Q Simmons, 1
acre in Crabbottom.
J W Newman to Wm A A rho
gast, 35 acres in Crabbottom, $45.
S S Waybright to Fannie L Sim?
mons, ll acres in Crabbottom,
Next Fall's Elections
Under the new constitution elec-i*
tiona for county offices will be held
next fall. The officers to be elect-' i
One county treasurer,
One attorney for the common- J
One county clerk, who shall be
the clerk of the circuit court.
One commissioner.of the reyenue.:!
One supervisor for each district t
and other district officers and mem?
bers of the house of de'egates.
I'ncoiiscioHS From Croup a
During a sudden and terrible at- o
tack of croup our little giri was'"1
unconscious from strangulation,
says A. L. Spalford, postmaster,
Chester, Mich., and a does of One
Minute Cough Cure was admiuia-jJ
tered and repeated often. It re-!,,
iluced the swelling aud inllama
tion, cut the mucus and shortly the
child was resting easy and speedily
recovered. It cures coughs, colds,
Lagrippe, and all throat and lung
troubles. One Minute Cough Cure
lingers in the throat and chest and
enables the lungs to contribute!
pure, health-giving oxvgen to the j
blood. K II Trimble, M.D, '
One Hundred Do'lars a Hox
is the value ll A Tisdale. Summer?
ton, S. C., places on DeVVittV
Witch Hazel Salve. He pays: -I
had the piles for 20 years. I tried
many doctors and medicines, but
u!l failed except DeWiit's Witch
Hazel Salve. If cured mp." Il is ii
tom bi nation of the bealing proper*
ties of Witch Hazel with antisep?
tics and emollients; relieves mid
permanently cures blind.' blee ling.
itching and protruding piles, tores,
cuts, bruises eczema. sail rheum
mid -ll skin diseases. K II Tri al?
bie, M. I).
ToCure A Cold In One Day
1'ake Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets.
all druggists refund the money if it fails
lo care. E.W. Grove's signature oncacli
In Vacation?In The Clerk'*.
Office of the Circuit Court of High*
and County. Jan. Sib, 1903.
Verdie I. Gil mer
vs lu Chancery
Eld ward II. Gilman*.
Thevabject of thi> suit is for the
ilainfiiT to obtain rt divorce n vi ti -
?ulo matrimouii from the defen
And it appearing from affidavii
lied that the defendant Edward II.
filmer is 'not n resident of the
date of Virginia, it is ordered that
ie appear here wil bin fifteen days,
if ter due publication hereof, and
lo what is necessary to protect his
ute rest in this suit.
J. C. Matheny, Clerk.
a. II. Stephenson, p. (j.
Finds Way to Live Long
The startling announcement of a Dis*
overy that will purely lengthen life is
eade by editor O Ii Downey, of Chu*
Tabasco, Ind. "I wish to state," he
rriles, "that Dr King's New Discovery
or Consumption is ihe most infallible
emedy that I have ever known for
oughs colds and grip. It's Invaluable
o people with weak lungs. Having this
ronderful medicine no out need areal
ineunionis or consumption. Its relief is
nstant and cure certain " K ll Trimble.
Iiuggist guarantee every 50c and $1.00
?onie, and give trial bottles free.
Constipation is nothing more
than a Clogging of the bowels
and nothing len than vital stag?
nation or death if not relieved.
If every constipated Pilferer
could realize that be is allowing
poisonous filth to tremain in his
system, he would soon pet relief.
Constipation invites all kind of
contagion. Headaches, bilious?
ness, colds and many other ail?
ments disappear when consti?
pated bowels are relieved. Thed
i'ord's Black-Draught thoroughly
cleans out the bowels in an easy
and natural manner without the
purging of calomel or other vio?
Be sure that you get the origi?
nal Thedford's Bfick-Draugnt,
made by The Chattanooga Medi?
cine Co. Sold by all druggists in
25 cent and $1.00 packages.
Moriran, Ark., *>'aj-2.", 1001.
I cannot rceommc-jil ThMford*! Itln<-k.
Drrayfcttoobleliljr. 1 keepit In ray IWimo
all thc time HM have UM it for Baa taut
tM years. 1 never pave, njy elalldrca
any otlicr laxative. I think 1 could
never be aide to work without lt
on account of heirn* tnmlileil with
BK i-on-iipHlioi!. Your medicine ls
M all tiiat keeps me up.
w CB. McFilLiHl.
Friee 1 Cent
Cow sells for 1 cent, and can be
hud of Every Healer. Agent
and Newsboy ut that Price.
, Ali Subscribers in
)ISTRIOT OF COLUMBIA,
i IBGINIA, WEST VA.,
JORTH andSOUTH CAROLINA
as well those in
PENNSYLVANIA and DELAWARE
nd throughout the United States,
an ^et The Sun by mall for cent
THE SUN ATONE CENT
s the cheapest high-class paper in
the United States.
The Sun's special correspondents
broaghoot the United States, as well as
n Europe* China, South Africa, the Phil*
ppines, Porto Hico, Cuba and in every
ther part of the world, make it the
realest newspaper that can be printed.
Its Washington and New fork bureaus
re among the best in the United Stales,
nd give The Sun's readers the earliest
iforna.ition upon all important events
i the legislative and financial tenters of
lie Cl nut ry.
THK FARMERS' PAPER
The Sun's market reports and mm
lercial columns arc complete and relia*
le, and put the farmer, the merchant
nd the broker in touch willi the markets
f Baltimore, Norfolk. Charleston, New
'ork, Chicago, Philadelphia and all
ther important points in the United
tates and other countries. All of which
he reader gets for one cent.
The Sun is the best type of a newspa
ear, morally and Intellectually lt is
n educator of the highest character, con
antly Stimulating to noble ideals in in*
ividual and national life.
The Sun is published on Sunday as
ell as every other day of the week.
By mail The Haily Sun. i'd a year, fo?
nding The Sunday Sun. *l. Thc Snn
ray Sun alone, fl a year. The Weekly
u", *1 a year.
A. S. ABELL COMPANY,
Publishers and Propriefor.-*,
with stale e^gs, glue
and other things are
not fit to drink.
is pure, uncoated
Thtsenled package In
eurea uniform (jualltj
Not ito to Bettie.
Haying "decided to move away
from Ihe county, 1 asl< all parties
indebted to nie to please make set?
tlement before the first of January
James 0. Hincr.
Want kt*?Faithful person to travel
foi well established house in S few couu
tias, calling cm retail merchants and
agents. Local territory. Salarv %Wl\.
a year and expenses, payable *i!>7u a
week in cash and expenses advanced.
Position permanent Business success?
ful and rushing. Standard House 334
Dearborn St., Chicago.
Indigestion is often caused by over?
eating. An eminent authority says
the barm done ttius exceeds that (rom j
the excessive use of alcohol. Eat all
the good food you want but don't over- j
load thc stomach. A weak stomach i
may refuee to digest what you eat. I
Then you need a good digestant like j
Kodol, which digests your food with- I
out the stomach's aid. ? This rest and
the wholesome tonics Kodol contains
loon restore health. Dietingunneces- '
sary. Kodol quickly relieves the feel?
ing of fulness and bloating from
which some people suffer after meals.
Absolutely cures indigestion.
Kodol Nature's Tonic.
Preparcdonly by E. C. DeWitt& Co.,Chicago,
Ibo il. boUlo contains 2 H times tho 50c. sU-j.
UNIVIESllT OFJiKN IA
rr is nm
Capstone of the Public School Sys?
tem 'J the State.
FREE TO VIRGINIANS
lu the Academic Department
LbXTKBS, Science. L VU MkWCIKB, ! ;
Session Begin* 15tll September. \
For Catalogue address V H. Burrin* !
?er, Chairman, Charlottesville, Va j
Tom. H. Slaven's
' I ac'., Surrey und Buggies at rea* j
onable prk as. j 1
Horses boarded. i
My personal attention given. ! t
A. Lei Wihxr.
WATCHMAKER and .JEWELER,
Work done at reasonable prices
and guaranteed. Eave appointed
the following agents:
II. M. Slaven, Monterey, Va.; J. Il
Curry. Creen Hank, \V. Va.; A. A. Mai
tin, Franklin, YV. Ya.
Notice to Settlers.
All parties indebted to ns either j
by note or open account will please
call and sid tlc by cash or uegotia* |
hie note before the first, of Jan.,
Monterey Killing Co.
Rockbridge Farm for
(ok hays cheek.)
What is known as "Clifton Dale" j
farm, one mile from Brownsburg. Kock- [
bridge county, Vs is fur sale. Contains!
410 acres; in one of the richest ted iona, I
and best communities of the county. |
About 183 acres is the property of Mrs.
If. II. Lyle; the residue the properly of
Mira Lillian McBride. The two (origi?
nally one farm) can now be bought
togetl er. Large brick residence, out
houses,good water, out house*, fruit, (bc.
Excellent school and church facilities.
Tin. ls a rare opportunity to get one
of the besl estates in this section of the
Calley of Virginia.
Dec. Oth, 1902. Apply to,
Frank T QlosgOW, Lexington, Va.
Or to S B Walker, Heal Estate Agt,
EX KY A. SLAVEN,
PUACTICAL J.A\D BURVETOB AND NO?
TA UV Cu iu.ic.
Meadow Dale, Highland Co., Va.
Maps and Clue Prints a speciality. All
work in this line solicited.
New York Weekly Witness.
The best all around family newspaper. |
An Exponent of Applied Christi*
anitv; Independent in Politics.
Has something of interest for every j
member of the household.
Farm an Gani.mi Department;
Spirit of the Press, etc., etc.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, j
The WITNESS and RECORDER com- j
bined, only $1.66 a year.
SABBATH BK A DEB.
A Six teen-page Weekly paper, sole?
ly Religious in Character.
No news; no politics. Stories; peotry;
Sunday school lesson; Christian Endeav?
or and' Kp worth League Topics; Mothers'
Sabbath Afternoon with the Cnildrcn;
miscellaneous religious matter.
ONLY r.OCKN'tS A YEAR.
The Sabbath Redding and Recorder
combined, oi.ly $1.!}') a year.
BUY A WATCH
liny as good a case as
you can afford, hut first
get a movement which will
be accurate. All watches
recommended and sold by
us are the besi lime keep?
ers in the world.
Orders by mail solicit?
3D. L. S'v^TITZiEirc
No. 3, East Main St.
GEO E. SWART
Will be*found over L S Dick
enson & Co.'s Store.
BU a VS, HAIRCUT, SHAMPOO.
In my shop on Wednesdays, Rat
urdaya und till public days. Give
mi ti trial. Thaks for past favors
Jan. 21, Gmo.
Kieffer pear Ire
FIX)] AS CAN BE
GKOYY X? 25 CTS.
OTHER STOCK ACCORDING.
C. D. WENGER,
Dux ton, Vu.
W. A. Bussard.
.Dressed Lamber (d' fill kinds.
hard and soft woods, lor sale ut
rei! tonable prices.
Also Susli and Doors of al!
If yr.u have any rlaning: Ci dc
ul. uiiy time I solicit the work, and
guarantee satisfaction. tf
T. II. &H. F SLAVEN,
Will give special attention to (be Cn
lertaking brsucb of our business. All
grades of Burial Outfits, from the cheap
.'st Collin to tlie finest Casket. With for
ty years' experience, we claim to have
good judgment in the selection of Irini
minus and finishing outfits. Orders can
be sent hy telephone from any section o(
this and adjoining counties
is preferred by many ever the cheap,
trashy factory work. Weare still in thc
business, and, if you want shop-made
work, come and see us.
We are grateful to our friends for past
[tatronage, and wc will do Mt best to
"tldase and to give satisfaction.
T.H. &H. F. SLAVEN
A Car Load Of Salt!
In order to dispose of this large quantity
of Bait I will sell
200 Saeks at 95 Cents
Quantity Gu ara n teed the Rest.
This is the cheapest lot of sall ever
>laced on the market.
too Stran Tar Fodder Twine,
ioc a Cut ?4 Feet.
Fresh Christmas candies, just received.
Selling at a bargain.
Arlmckle Collet' Ile peril).
QTlt pays to investigate our prices.
J. Emmet Wlioley,
Successor to C. E. Ault & Son.,
ll \V. Frederick St., SI ann ton, Va.
Rhone No. 254.
? NEW DISCOVERY
FOR THAT COLD.
take no substitute:.
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Pneumonia,Hay Fever, Pleu?
risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Croup and
NO CURE. MQP&Y.
Price 60c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE
Wt- promptly obtain U. 8. and Foreign
'send model, sketch or photo of invention for*
1 f ruo report on patentability. For free booi,'
Ipposite U. S. Patent Office
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
Everything the children want for
school can be obtained at our store
Book bags and Scholars
S PROMPTLY FILLED.
NEXT TO NATIONAL VALLEY BANK,
mpm ? mm,mmm
Slit1; yt-or ?tores UfUt as day. A E^rdwaro ho-ioo wriiee ss:
<:7T? l*? (***/*? .V'.:"p3 so areliaje ora
note working r.i gkt* iKsiccteiofdcys.'*
r-e aloo naantau tare TA l*XK LAMPS, WALL LAMPS,
CE rDELZEKS, STREET LAMPS, L'tc. 100 Candle
Poverseven hoars uSE CKVT. No wicks. No Smoke. No Odor.
JLbmOaMtf s&fa. TliXY SK LL AT SIGHT. Exciaaaivo ur*
ri tory to good agents. CsTWrite for catalogue and prices.
CHICAGO SOLAR LIGHT CO?
M s. CHICAGO.
o Tbose Ifltendii To Pitas
Don't think, that Low prices always mean
In our line Pianos, Organs, etc.,
The greatest value for the
money of any firm in this state.
We will not curry in stock any poor, cheap, ?"thump-boxes" which
are sure lo cause trouble Tor tile purchaser and seiler. But, we have
instruments of known standing, ami which we hack fully. Our prices
quality considered, are more than reasonable. Why int invest a two
cent stamp aud lind out for yourself, or call on us?
Brereton & Heydenreich,
Mooma 15-1018 ('rowle Building.
i^ ^ ' Z wUst^^M -r
rTv mf~& )w)
i V_ dnSS&rilJB v . i'll?**** .
Sold Direct to "Rider
AT FACTORY PRICES.
Sont C, O. D. privilege of examination on receipt
of $5.00. Money returned less exprossage If
LHltUNCREH CVCtt CO CINCINNATI
\Y. E. WILSON & CO.
DOE HILL, VA.
Undertakers and ?
A full line of coffins and caskets
alwavs on hand Orders by tele?
phone or otherwise promptly at
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
Ill .ISSI Ul ll ??
?S> Early Risers
The famous little pills.
Parties losing Friends.
Mny Expect W. II. MARPLE who rep?
To call upon them.
Ile is prepared to furnish Best
Work nt moderate prices. $ee him
before bu j ing.
To Cure e Cold in One Day ?-E??^
Toko Laxative Brim? IMO TaMets. ^? /^^ ?J wery
&vcn aaaaon boxes sou??? -*-* is months. fais signature, *** y^XJrwT**' ?>t>x. 23c
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