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? 1 IU DAYr? ' ?'" DEO. i) IS!).1.
WHY NOT A TARIFF COM?
If Mr. Cleveland takes nit tho nd
vie.o given him by friotnl >ind foe.he'll
l>u very much in thf; condition of Ihn
lun'n and boy mid ass in iii op's im?
mortal fahle. It is safe to. believe |
thai tie will carry out bis usual poli?
cy and rely upon his best judgment.
It is almost equally safe to believe j
that neither Mr. Cleveland's best
judgment nor Unit of putiiols iu j
? ?itli.-r party will advocate an extra
session. Haw recruits and hot weath?
er do not commend tlioiine)vos as the
menes whereby the tariff und linauce
may bo led out of dar It i less into the
promised land. The American peo?
ple aro not fools. Thoy know that,
vital questions can't be answered in
n jifl'ey. The majority wauta change
but nobody wants a change for the
What most people think they think
in of no importance to anybody, not
even themselves. There aro a few
men and women iu thin worl4 whose
public service has been such as tocn
titlo them to serious consideration
when thoy express opinions on pub?
lic mntleis to which thoy have dedi?
cated their lives. Hon. Hugh Mc
Cullougb is one of these. Three
times Sucretury of Ilm Treasury, call?
ed by Sahnou P. Chase from Indiana
to Washington to develop tile pros
out system of National banks, Mr.
McCullouj,'b is today an authority on
finance und the tariff' worthy of heed
ing. ''The United Stales.'' ho writes
in hin interesting reminiscences, ''is
the greatest producing country iu
the world: consequently it has the
deepest interest in international
trade. Tho tariff should be made a
great National economical question
by n commission comp ?sed of distin?
guished political ' e- iion.i is who
have no party or sei tioiu.l interests
to serve, whoso duty ., ild be to
secure to tho Government needful
revenue by duties upon imports
which should not favor one branch of
industry at the expense of others,
and should be as equal in its bur |
dens as taxation can be made. Our|
tariff has been in the interest of Great
Britain, as it lias given to bur a moil
opoly of the youth American trade,
by which she has become immensely
Such a tariff commission as Mr.
McCullough suggests could be
brought together at. once unofficially,
and, in conjunction with the wisest,
men of tho present Congress, could
bring their bl'ltius to bear on bulb
tariff und finance. The two are own
brothers and in Congress aro refer
red to the same committees Such a
commission is as much more sensible
than a mo!} of raw members of Con
gross, who generally cut their legis?
lative teeth on mistakes, us it. is more
economical. From the former tho
best results must accrue: from the
latter, the worst. One will command
tho respect and confidence of the
people, regardless of party. The oth
er will disturb trade and inspire fear.
With or without u tariff and liuanco
commission Mr. Cleveland is not
likely to gratify tho enemies of this
Republic by unnecessarily creating a
pauic. Au extra session i3 most im?
Mr. Springer is said to consider an
extra session absolutely unnecessary
on the supposition tliut the Rcpubli
can Senate will not pass any of tho
tariff bills which have already passed
the House of Represontativea during
this Congress aud will refuse to co
oporato with the House in financial
legislation. If Republican Senators
are as wiso as they ought to be. they
will sink partisanship and do every*
thiug in their power to obey tho will
of tho people. They will pass the
free wool bill, at least, and in mat.
tors of finance show tbo heartiest de
sire to 6ave the country from unne?
cessary anxiety and commereiul dis?
turbances. Ity acting as patriots the
Republicans will do much toward re?
gaining their prestige. To do loss
will be remembered by the people in
1896. Dogs in the maiigor cut their
own throats. "I have too much faith
in Mr. Cleveland's good sense,'' says
Senator Davis, of Minnesota, "to
tbink that lie will yield to any pres?
sure that may bo brought to bear,
and call a special session of the Fifty
third Congress." .It was just this
popular faith in Mr. Cleveland's good
sense that elected him President of
the United States. A commission's
the thing to catch tlio conscience of
Owing to tho state of tny linnlth I
am compelled to retiro from the act?
ive practice of my profession and
would respectfully ask all thoso in?
debted to me to couio forward aud
settlo by .January, 1803, after which
time nil my paper will bo placed in
other hands for collection.
J. M. KsTii.r,, JI. D.
STRENGTH AND HEALTH
If yon r?rc not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Hitters. If "La
Grippe has left you weak and weary,
use Electric Bitters. Tins remedy
nets directly on Liver, Stomach ami j
Kidneys, gently aiding those organs
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will find Bpeedy and permanent re?
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trial will convince you that that is
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only 50c. at A. F. Hargrove's drug
A LITTLE GIRLS EXPERIENCE
IN A LIGHTHOUSE.
Mr and Mrs Loren Treseott are
keepers of the Go v. Lighthouse at
Sand Iteach, Mich., and arc blessed
with a daughter, lour years old.?
Last April she was taken down with
Measles, followed with a dread 'nl j
Cough and turning into a fever. Doc?
tors at home anil nl Detroit treated
her, hut in vain, she grew worse rap?
idly, until she was u mere "handful
lot' bones."?Then she tried Dr.
Kind's New Discovery and after the
use of two and a half bottles, was
Completely cured. They say Dr.
living's New Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet you may get a
trial bottle tree at A K. Hargrove's
IndlKSStlou, nnd Stoinsch fli?<ir<ler?. nso
BROWN'S IKON niTTKIIS.
AH ncn'.fin keen It. 51 jiorlmtllc. Genuine has
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For Ladies or Gentlemen I
$5 to $500 Cash!
According to results accomplished;
in addition to a liberal coniinission of
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THE DICTIONARY HOLDER
dm jmu rvfr leant *v|,m falmloi:* rrtulr* Crrw out ?f Iha
nitntifortur" t-%-Mr N..yr?of an ?.ruanieiitil Mind to hobt th?
dictionary / Tho Motj rvsuU l a febl?, bttl la trli a oin mutt
tw ?not It er qtwotion: IU\?? y-u tMrr netleeil the edverliieiM ?!
?4 tho A*)rinMvrConi|>A..yl uhu-h rurtl uttl m fclloni.
*%& 8?5?3 6n '80
3,2&3 sold'm '89
6,2?S soCd Sfs f??
20,04? e?Qe3 fin '99
SO.OQQ w?l cold In ?92
.*Sra$?$U.A 3'^'5e, Windmill ar.d Gteol
ty?-i tSwJi^ysP'. Towor overy 3 minutes.
^CSjJLytSSK^''4 Cj'Thooo flrjeros tell trio
BKMpy^rT^?v~y?:><y ever-Boings, avcrlaaUntj
9^ '^ffe'TOV' Otool Aormotor. Where
?Mans with ttli
un in-mit i-.e.m ti.ii i Uir??
only cl ri.lr? Ly two ft Ilm
rrmt ll.tvclrr for..] ??.at.)
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niclum.tr l!..lnrt hut.ncia. Tim
l imes u, baci lo Hit II.'Mit, an I
?Od l V .'.''i 'fill Hnldt Ilm Held,
inrrcuii.ii lar-i.lly " yrir loycar.
Thoitctrt ul Ihcl nwnu iillm:
Mr. Hi-yii l.ai ni.l- ? r.u?l pc-rfr
exccllci.ta ai.il atmj.Uc?l
?t? l.W l.nrc. Tbl
Hint Ha >- lilccdly a
tod manch ^rcalquartl
UttUiat aiii.ill) r fili.
?ach on* bfti ma.lo It
; mHlUai montierte.
I Tl.cy >.a\0rcnntr..-.luir..te-.-rry
htlnuhU |.ci-.|. n 11 Ilm 11 f.^ .
a.cu tail.o ???.to l |.,?.i, ,.([ 1*, f\
Um .a, end ara ken i.r mi V- %'!
? Tazewell Lodere,
No. 62, A. F. & A. M.
j ' ? \ Meets the 2d and 4th Mondays
I in ench montb.
John S. IJoTTnfon?? W. M.
j John W. Spotts, See.
Meets 1st and 3d Mondays
in each month.
James O'Kbeffk, h. p.
H. W. O'Keeffe, Secy.
COMM A NDKItY NO. 20,
Meets 1st and 3d Friday in each month
at 7 p. in.
James O'Keeffe. Eminent Com.
H. W. 0'KBFFFK, Recorder.
Of Jay Gould, the dead mil lion
aire, tho New York Tribuno says:
"He bad cultivated tastes and varied
information, but he was not desirous
of imposing or incurring social obli?
gations, nor solicitous of distinction
in uny sphere of action except the
one which he dominated, Ho was
apparently contented to be what ho
was?the most daring, brilliant and
triumphant speculator of the age in
eyes of tho world, and tho most loyal
and devoted husband ndd father in
tho eyes of his wife and cbillroii.
Certainly this was not a career which]
in many of its aspects at least tended |
to make mankind hotter and happier, |
or which the world can afford to ex
alt as n model and an inspiration.?
Hut even those who put tho lowest
estimate upon the character and work
of Mr. Gould are bound to acknowl?
edge that in at least one respect he I
set an examplo which somo of his hit, j
torest censors might profitably inii- ?
t?te. lie nover stooped to hypoo-j
risy. He never sought to delude I
himself or others with a show of
counterfeit philanthropy. II? bought
many things, but he nover bought a
eulogy. Ho played tho great gaum
of speculative finance for all it could
bo made to yiold, without disguise or |
apology. He has goue where ho
will be justly judged."
When Baby mi rkk, we gave her Ca?tort*.
When ahe warn a ChUil, ?ho Cried for CMtorhv
When aho became Min, ?ho clung to Cutork*.
Wlien elio had Children, aho o?to them Castorl*.
BUCK MSN'S ARNICA SALVE.
Tue Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcer", Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tctter,Cliappcd
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Files, or no pay required. It is guar?
anteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Fricc '2;> cents
per box. For sale by A. F. liar
iisKi Will Positively Arrest CONSUMPTION
-If ? j .1 In time.
minr-n I Beroftiln,GlauiilnlarStvelllnm,
i \\U - V Ith. Him., t-i i '?-..i.. '1111v. nnil
UUHLUj ?Hier I.iiuk Ulaeaaee.
II Is compoecd i.f tin-1 hi real Norwegian Ood-I.lver
Oil. colulihi.il wilh Hie Ilyptiphospliltt* ol l.lme
und SimIu. und Is fn-ely prcserllted liy the Meillcul
Faculty Inroitglioiil this Country and in Kuro|ie,
r>nf. O. B.**m4, ri.li.r-l.) r*iaa??l?ialii i... ?? c.h).
1.1?... nil Ut , .11 ...I., r m.?-ll<i... tl.t tteiimci.i ..f
l-uun .iriri lYniuoiplii.?,."
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" I'M A DAISY,
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SOUTH ATLANTIC k OHIO R. It.
Schedule iu effect May 23, 1892.
wkbt bound. east bound.
No 3. No. 1. No. 2. No. 4.
P. M. A. It. Tf. M. A. M.
2 55 7 37 Lv Bristol Ar 1123 3 281
3 12 7 37 Wnlk'rs M'nt. 11 23 3 28
3 20 7 15 BouliAiiia 11 16 3 20
3 38 8 03 PhillipsSwitch 10 57 3 02
3 42 8 07 Ahrains Falls 1(1 53 2 58
3 48 8 12 Mendotn 10 17 2 58
4 01 8 27 Muco Springs 10 31 2 :.(>
4 If. 7 38 Hiltens 10 1!) 2 24
4 24 8 45 Nottinuhnnm 10 11 2 l?
4 30 8 5o Moccasin'Gap 10 05 2 10
4 35 ?.-,() Onto City 10 00 2 05
4 45 9 0.1 Marble Quarry !l 40 1 56
4 55 9 11 Big Out 0 40 1 45
5 05 1) 20 Speers Ferry !) 30 1 35
5 10 0 25 Tates Switch !> 25 1 So
5 13 0 28 Clichport !) 22 1 27
5 I!) 9 33 Nat'ri.l Tunnel 0 10 1 21
5 20 0 43 Hortons Snm't 0 ofi 111
5 30 !) 5o DuthVld 8 50 1 ol
5 13 0 50 Wisoloys
5 49 lo o2 Wards Mill
0 04 lo 15 Wild Cat Smut
0 20 11 3o E B Stone, lap
0 25 lo 35 A B Stone Gap I
P. M. A. M.
8 52 12 57
8 If, 12 52
8 31 12 30
8 15 12 2o
8 lo 12 15
A. M. A. M.
D. II. CONKIjIN Qen'l Millinger.
C. L. BUNTING, Oou'l Pass. Agt.
Q A. THOMPSON,
Office, West Back Boom, Straa' Bnild
j. a. ruivroN. 0. m. b. oodiuns,
L do Ciicuit Judge. County Judge,
Wytheville, Vs. Tazevrell O.H.Va.
pULTON & COULLING,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Tazewbli. O., H. Ya.
Will prnctice in tho Circuit Conrt? af
8. M. B. Cuulling will continue hisprasw
tice iu nil the Courts of Buchanan county.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TazeweW.C. ft. Ya.
Will practice in the Court? of TazswsB
county nnd tho Court of Appenln at Wylha
ville. Collecting n npecindty. Lands for
sale and laud titles examined.
J T. BABN3,
ATTOBNEY-AT-LATY AND COMMIS?
SION EB IN CHANCERY.
Tazewell C. H., Vb.
Practices in the Courts of 'lazawwll aast
j. w. chapman, a. r. aiujaro,
^t H A PM AN & GILLESPIE, .
Tazewell C. II., Vn.
Practice in ?11 the Courts of Ta/.rwell
j and Court of Appeals at Wythrnriltf. Va.
[ H. STUABT,
Tazewtll C. II., Ya.
Practices iu the Cotuis of Taaawsll sssjB
! Adjoining counties.
W. ST. CliAIB,
Tazewell C. H.. V?.
Practices in the Courts of Tazewell and
STENOGltAPHEIt A NOTABY PUBLIC,
Tazewell 0. H., Vo.
C-iTOftice room No, 17. Strns Building.
\\H. WILFOBD HVLL'S PAMPHLET
U unfolding bis great Hygiene trratinevt
for tl'e cure of curable diseases withoat a
grain of medicine, i? now offered at Two
Dollars, formerfprico Foar Dollars. Yen
.vaut it. Scud 2 cent (stnmp for my aew
circular, 1(11 LaSulo St., Chicago, III.
A. X. BATES.
A womlcrlul Improvement lt? Friede? P>tvdB muA
C.K-.tiick. Hack, motion of Carrl&go ihre? 11 ?*.???
ns fust n> nny Other In ?J10 market. Friction
(llutch i 1 imI, c-iti?liirrall tlie tV .1 tearing to ?tarnt
?IUI til.ilu IrueUtnx ; grcmr aar Ida? In w%wr anil
wear. Write for rirculant and prices. farnUbaa
Ice U]X>*1 application. Also 8prln* Tvoi b Tlar*
ro-.vh. Hut IfnKtfi. <7ulilTnlonr. Corn riant
cr.h, Stullen*, otc Jftmtion thU a*p?r.
hEIJCH & ?R?MGQLD, Sianfts., YORK, PA.
Sorry of Eagle's Nest
John H ?t?.r? Cook*
Tbl? Uirillin? hlitorle .lory la tho
y n-f t and xuoat popular book tvtr
publrehecL Mauy jhtj aanuatwl
rim. in* thrilling acaaa. uerda
rwouulttl of Uta daaAa of Tilt, of
tlie Cunirfljiato Holdkir. rat tka
Intent*, by those who fought wie?
Aahbjr, Ktuart. Johnston. Beanngard, Jack.oa aa4
Leo, in UMicauarj for which Oirv so deap.rat.l7 and
bmvely hattlerl. will noT.r grow Irs.. No ouaoovJrl
?rite Mich a book in day. It reek, of U* time. Tha
smoke of battle ovur?pread. it. nuil tb. rash *f ta*
chartdorr i-.lv.try SVfe.ps through Its pi(a. Aa ?
prone oplcof the 1 .-I euose II d.asrre.a plso. in lbs
library of all who would not altogether forg.l tk?
A.k any DooKjiBt.L&u for 6 of the best Nortis
" Surry ot Eagle's Neat,"
"tVtotiun," 1 )V_.
., " Hilt to Hilt,"
Out of tho Foam,
"Hammer and Raplor,"
The whole ?3 sent by mall, putagt ftm
for S3, or .Itb.r one for fJOeaeta.
r? G. W. DuiiacHm, Puhliaher. Sow Tola
bch 1 :dule in effect-ocTab,~i?i?.
Clinch Valley Division.
Lenvo Blnefield... 8*0 a.m.
. 8.07 n. m.
8:5(1 a. rn.
. 9:43 n. m.
.10.22 a. m.
Kt. Paul....11-25p. m.
Arrive Norton.. ..12.30 p. m.
1:00 p 1
1:07 p. ]
1:54 p. :
??30 P- ??!
No. 16. No. 14.
Leave Tazewel]. 1.37 p.m. 6:04 p
Qrnb.'im. Q.22 p. in.
Arrive Bluefiold... 2.30 p- m.
Arrive ltadford, fi.45 p m
No. 16 connects nt Bndford with trail
Eosthonnd on AInin Line leifVing Bar]
ford 7.56 p. rn. and tl:26pm f?f<Konnok<
Washington, HngoTstown, Fhiladelph
and Now York; nlso nt'l?O p m for Lyncj
burg, ltichincmd nnd Norfolk.
Pnllintin Sleepers Bndford to New Yo:
via Harrisbnrg; hIbo to Washington :
Sbenaudonh Jnnrtion; also Louisville
Norfolk, via Norton and Blnefield
from Lynchburg to Bichniond.
West bound traiu from Bndford for
points on Pnlnski Divisions nnd for
South and West via Bristol lenvo Bad fef
9.25 p. id._]_ I
No..13 connects at Norton with L. &
rnilrond for Big. Stono Gap, Middlesboj
liOiiisville, Cincinnati, and all points wr]
Pullman Sleepers from Norfolk to Loq
villo via Kndford and Norton.
Leave Bluefl.da for PocahonUiB at S-l
rn. 8 30 a m. 2.20 p m, 7.15 p m
Leave Bluetteld daily 0 10 am for K
ova and Cnlnmbns, Ohio. Additio
trains for Elkhorn Extension leave . Bl
field 2.z(i p in nnd Pocahontas 6.20 j
for Welch nnd intermedinto stations.
For Coopera, Hraunvell and GoodvJ
leave Blnefield 8.31) a in and 2.20
For all ndditionnl information |aX
ticket agent nt Depot or address / -
W. B. Bxveu.,
Ganeral Pnssenger Agent