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ftl?ftt salt, GnDGiiilii
AND EVBBYTHINQ BEXOXOINa IS A
Fam.ly Grocery Store,
&USTQN & SONS.
f?L. L. NO 17
john L UABRli WALTER j T?HP1N.
Baber St Turpin,
Wholesale and retail merchants.
Our line of Spring and Summer Good have arrived, and in announcing
them we are glad to tell the good people of this section that prices are
lower than ever, don't fail to examine our atock and get our prices before
buying, we can save you from 10 to 25 per cent, on everytbiug you tuny
want. Remember we bare
SHOES AND SLIPPERS
of all kinds, from the sharpest to the widest toes. Our
is full and complete, and the reason we can sell cheaper than our-competi?
tors is that we buy iu cir lots, and by doing bo we save money on the quan?
tities as well as on freight. We also handle
in large quantities. If you have anything to sell write us for prices.
"fair and honest dealings with all mankind"
Yours to serve,
P. o. box 83 baerb & turpin, p0car0ntas, va.
spring clothing for men and children
We are confident in saying that no other clothing firm in
in Tazewell ever has or ever will give you such values for your
mouey as we are giving. We aro here to stay. It is a posi
fact, proven by. our prices, that wo are selling clothing fully
twenty per cant, cheaper than any firm in Tazewell. If you
don't know us don't take our word f< r it, b.t come and see.
Our line of
Mens' Suits at $4.50 and $6 50
N- will surprise you-in quality. Their value is unequol-jd.
Our Mens' Suits at $8.00 and $10.00
Made from Black, Blue, Brown, Bronze anil Fancy Cheviots,
Thibet, Wors'eds and Cnssiineres arc < Lgantlv made ami
trimmed. We also "srrv a line of mens1 suits which nro man
uf-ictur d for us by ono of tho largest'and best Tailoring on
tablishmonts in tho East. Thenn goojds aro inado of high
grade materials, and are perfect in every respect, and will cost
?V you no mere than you are usually n>dced for
shelf worn and out of oate stuff.
We positively assort these GOODS CANNOT L1S"EQUALED
IN TaZEWELL Oil ELSEWHERE when price, quality and
workmanship are considered.
Our Boys and Childrens' Ooods arn fully warranted, and are
of the very best. make. Our childrens! goods are made with
patent waistband, double elbows, seats and knees.
Our line of Gents' Furuistbiug Goods. Shoos. Hat?, Trunks
and Valises is worthy of consiilei'atioii. For fh<- truth of this
advertisement we earnestly ask an investigation.
Hankins Bros. & Baylor
Next 15 Days
"We will make
Our $3.00 ManteJIo
Cabinet Photos for $2.50.
Don't miss this opportunity.
V>. Photo. Company.
APRIL. 25. 1805._*
JAS. O'KEEFFE & SONS, PROPS.
Henry Bowen, 21543
By Apnrkn, ion of Onward. Bay home,
blaok points. Fee, $25.00
Limited to fifteen mares.
By.Jrcd Wilkea. Dam by Mnrk Diamond.
Bay uorse, blaok points- Fee, $10.00.
Sired by Luke Blackburn. Dam by Imp.
. Fee, $15.00, money due when mnre is
known to be in foul. Not responsible for
accidents. Best care taken of mates.
Marcs kept on gr >ss at $2 00 p't month;
- The above horses enn be fo'rfnd at the
Fair Grounds after April 1st,
VIRGINIA GAS COAL COMPANY.
The annual meeting of the Stockhold?
ers of tho Virginia Gas Coal Company
will bo held on Friday, the th'ird day of
May. 1805, at 12 m.. at the office of the'
company, at Tazewell," Virginia.- wHeti
an election will be held fof directors,
for tho ensuing year, and sucfi other
business transacted as may properly
come before tho pieeting,
. J. WALTER WHITE, Secretary.
T Y PEWRITER? Yelfi
\V>11, there isv only 6fie. Others
are.steps in the rjght direction; soinc
of tliem very cre'd'tibie steps, but the
only typewriter which docs always;
the same work, clear cut, arid perfect
ly aligned, ia the HAMMOND:
Four styles. Three prices: $50.
^j>75? and $10*0; Cash or ihtaltnents.
The editor erf this paper will tell
Ton all abortt them; "Write for cata?
means so much more than
you imagine??serious and
fatal diseases* result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
out of sorts.-weal
and (Centrally ex?
hausted, net vous,
have no appetite
and can't work,
begin at once tak?
ing thernost relia?
medicine,whf ch is
Brown's Iron Bit?
ters. A few bot?
comes from the
very first dose?it
tuott'i stain your
UM, and It's
pleasant to take.
?f Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver }
Constipation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous aliments
Get only the genuine?it has crossed red
lines on the wrapner. All others are sub- '
dilutes On receipt of two je. stamps we
will send set of Ten BeauOlal World's ?
Pair Views and bock?free.
Brown chemical co. Baltimore, md. '
Is well named. Its easy rnnning is da
lightful. The operator will always sing at
ber work, and arise from tho machine
singing instead of frow.ring and scolding
with a pain in tho bnolc and shouldets.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Uriels them all. Sold on monthly pny
w. P. ALKHORN, Agt?
To anyone sending us five sub
scribers with Five ($5.00) Dollsrs, we
will send life Clinch Valley News one
year tree of charge. To anyone send
ing us ten' stifrtcrib'ers,' with tea dol
I lnrsf wo will s'?n<j the Otiunli Valley
News and the New York Twice a
Week World or the Weekly Wash
I ingtoii tost, one year freo. Fo'r.iif
Leon cash subsetiptions we will Bend
I ill three papers ouo jesr.
IT WILL PAY YOU]
c to SKI". our large and ?V
VC elegant stock of
8ILK AND WOOL MIXTURES,
C CASHftftERE, F
R SERGES, O
I CREPONS, W
L COVERT CLOTHS.A
A complete Line of
[ dress trimmings.
silk8 f'?r shirt waists,
silk ginghams, piques,
DUCKS, dimitie8 and
white goods of every dencription.
FEATHERlONE CORSETS AND
for which we will refund the money if not
p*rfectly satisfactory after four weeks'
HARRISSON BR08. & SURFACE,
8vra8 building Tazewell, Va.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Readers of thin piper will find in
another column an advertisement of
the Marlin Firearms Company. The
proprietors of this paper have do
cided to offer a Marlin Riflo as a pre
>nium to our subscribers, on the fol?
10very .portion Bending one sub?
scription to the News, with SI.00 will
b : put on n numbered list, the names
hsing numbered in tho order in
which they are received. July first
the numbers will be drawn by eomo
one not having seen the-list, and
bliudlold. The name opposite tho
number drawn will he that of the
subscriber entitled to tho rifle.
Send in your names. The premium
will bn given if there are only two
subscribers to draw tor it. Persons
already subscribers will be eutitled
to a chance by puyiug for tho cur?
rent-year. Those who have paid for
this year are entitled to one chance
without further payment.
.Mr E. L. Greever is in Marion.
Sndn fnulitnins are being loaded.
Mr. C. Altleraou is up from C'oc
i Mrs. Durst returned to Bluetield
Sal ut ility.
Fresh candy every thirty days n.t
Pobst & Butttmore.
Rev. Mr. Honk, of Liberty, was
A Live Cut Ol chestn with the
Great Wallace Shows.
We hear there is to be a picnic
on the peilk tomorrow.
The Git-at Wallace Shows exhibit
here Monthly, Mny 20th.
See Cluiflge in advertisement of
R. C. Chapman in this issue,
.We imit'.o h specialty of flue to
bncco's. Pbhst & Bottiinore,
Mr. Albert Hurt, of Cedar Bluff,
waavisiting friends here last werk.
Miss Maggie, daughter of" dipt.
Henry Bowen, is visiting in the
For the West cigar for a.nickle
call for ?-Eldorado" at Pohst & Bot
Dr. and Mia. Baylor spent Rome
days with Mfss Laura and Mr. John
Lyons last week.
The finest horses of any show on
earth is the proud boast of the
Great Wallace Shows.
Mrs. W. G. Bnldwin and Mrs. D.
Geiger, of Bluetteld, spent several
days in town ibis week, the guests
or Mrs. T. A. Lynch.
Rev. J. N. Hartum) has returned
from nn evangelistic trip through
Southwest Virginia. He crfftaXl
the borderu lul gave the Bristol
people a ?ef moil or two.
"Undo Nick" Surface' bus riiovcd
into bis hfriine and a number of
young pctfple stormed it Toesdav
evening. In cordiality Mr. Surface
is only exceeded by his wife.
The Seminary commencement
will begin oh the 17th of May and
continue utftff the 20th. The do*
iug exercises of the college will fol
low immediately, after. Dr. J. B.
Taylor, of Salem, will preach t Im
commencement sermon fb'r the two
It will bo an agreeable surprise to
persona subject to attacks' of bilious
oolio to learn that prompt relief1 may
be had by faking Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In
many instances the attack may bf
prnveutod by taking this remedy a?
soon as the first symptoms of the
disease appears. 25 and 50 rent bot
ties for sale by A, F. Hargiave.
Auothcr Invoice of Lace Collars
Have You Seen Those Chemisettes
I Those White Aprous Are Nobby,
IA Few of Those 37Jo. Silks Loft
More Novelties in Dress Goods
You Can Find Something Niep in
A Handsome Line of Children's
Aren't tho Stylos in Summer
Don't Fail to Look nt tnoso
It's the Pr.'eo That Tolls t he. Tale
j ? at Chapman's.
A good line of jewelry nlwiiys in
stock at Pohat ?c Hot 11 morn's.
Mr. W. D. Kro}!, of Virginia City,
spent n few days in-toton lately.
No gambling devices are tolerat?
ed around the Great Wallace Shows.
Every known animal of note may
bo found in the Great Wallace Me
The old Alexander Uiiilding is be?
ing torn dowu, to ba replaced with
a now one.
We cifll attention to file ntiver
tiseuieut of HunUiiis Bros. & Bay?
lor, the clothing ineu.
When Baby was Bisk, we cars her Castorf*.
Wh on she was a Child, she cried for Castorfs,
Whoa shs boo sins Miss, she clung to Castorla.
When bos had CUUdreo';sfa* garu (htm Csstorid.
Mr. V. L. Sexton and Miss Lenin
Alderson, of this place, wers mar
ried in IrontCn; Obiid, ofi Tnestfsy
Mr. Robert Jvieek, wife and dnugb
ter passed through the' city today
on their'return from tho wedding
oj Mr. J. K. Groneclose, In Giles
Mr. W. N. Siirfacs b'a'a Wnu'shefl
some rare sport for several in'orn
ings by turning o'ii't ruts on the
streets, having caught them at bis
new homo. The ladies dfe not al
tend after tbe first morning.
The Epworth LeagueVfWet In?
nt the Methodist t'b?rcli ^'ellnec
day night,wns very enjoyat?ejthere
boiug if number of essnys ind five
minute talks. The subject! for ttic
evening was Brazil, and wtrnuder
.stand other mission fields uili be
taftefi Wp hereafter.
I recommend Chamberlain's Paiu
Balm for rheumatism; lame baok,
?pra'intt find swellings. There : is nr
betier liniment rna'do. I have sold
oVer 100 bottles 6'f it this year and
all were pleased wftd us'ad it. 0. F
Pierson, druggist,' rSotith (Chicago
ill. It is for sale by A. F. Hargmve
Perhaps your b'tfsitVess is in heed
6'f a prescription. I fere' i't is: Mia
if little bruins with' a' fillte iu'k
That done, take a little cash wifli
*oii and inject the ihiitnre into tb<
i focal nowspapera. Repeat the dost
as often us necessary, vrhvib fa bI.
wrt.Vr.,- Prin!ci>. Jiik,
?? ? Ni
Tho trial of the Creggers for llo
fYuditlg Br?nh, resulted ili litiiig ju
Misses liattio Slirfaco niitl Lena
Beery have returned from a trip to
Mis? Cleopatra Thompson, of
Thomlison Valley, is visiting Miss
The proprietors of the Central
Hotel are making some improve?
ments about the public room.
Mr. Bnvlor's hoilso Is gniitg up
rapidly; nnd the foundation for Mr.
J. C. Spotts' rcsideuue is being liiid."
Misses Ora Dalle? nnd.Iennie Cnl
lop, of Liberty Hill Seminary, were
>n town, accompanied by Mr. Ward.
Messrs. Chartas Greover, of Gra?
ham, nnd Robert Tartar, of Wit.
ten's Mills, were in town Saturday.
Mr. Josh. Sexton, of Smyth enmi?
ty, is visiting his cousin, Mr. V. L.
Sexton, but leaves for Blue field on
For Rogers' knives, forks, ten and
table spoons, butter dishes, pickle
stands, salt and peppers, call at
Pobst & Bottimor's.
Messrs. F. P. Landon, of Blnofield
and A. P. Browning, of Elk burden
were registered at the Virginia
House on Thursday.
II is reported that in a difficulty
in Baptist Valley the other day;
Jnines Pulton shot and wounded
Samuel Han kins, the wound being
probably a f ital one.
There will be an etitertninment
at iMsgnh ' next Friday evening at
the Methodist church for the beno
fit. of that church. A small admin
sinn fro will be charged. All are
The Hebraic element of Poe?
lion Ins wan emptied cn ni(ianB into
our town this week, the occasion
Hiereoffiiehlg the trial of two Creg
gers for an alleged swingling of
Mr. Robert Brown.
If you would bo thoroughly in
formed on monetary mutters, rend
COIN'S FINANCIAL SCHOOL, for
ss.lc by Polist & Bot Ii more.
The fil'lce' is fifty cents, nnd it is
worth one hundred times that sum.
One slightly used upright piano,
seven nnd one third octaves, full
sizei good as new, in use only ? few
months, fully warranted five .years,
with stool und cover for f'22/J 00 on
easy payme'iiis; originally cost
$325.00. This is a real b'sirgn'in you
can hot a (lord to miss so write at
once to H?bb'l? M?si? Oil., Rttah
Our bettor halves say I hoy could
not keep house without Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy. It is used in
more than half tho homes in Leeds
Sttis Bftos.. Leeds, fowe.: This shows
the esteem in whicfi thai remedy is
held whom it has been sold for years
and is well kuown. Mothers have
learned that there ie nothing so good
for colds, croup ami whooping cough
that it cures these ailments tjuiokly
and permanently, and that it is safe
and pleasant for children to take. 25
nnd 50 cent bottles for sale by A. F.
Prof. J, C. Hanks, of Philadelphia,
delivered an interesting and i ?
(tractive address nt the colored
Methodist church in this city on
Monday evening' last, his subject
being 'fNegro Development." Prof.
Banks' bearers were nn tob pleased
with his excellent bundling of bis
subject, and requested a repetition
in tbo near fftttfrtf. We understand
that Prof. Bunks will commence
publication of a newspaper in Blue
field at an early date.
iSend your address to H. E. Buck
len &" .Co., Chicago, ?mfl get a free
'*? sample box or Dr, King's Nefr Life.
Pills. A trial will cdn*Ince yon of
their merits. These pills ^re ejisy In
action and are pantctna'rljr effective
in the cuVe of Constipation and Sick
Headache. For Malaria and Liver
troubles thei have proved invalua
bfe. They are guaranteed to bo per?
fectly free from every deleterious
snb'stah'cc find to he purely" vegetable.
They do not weaken by thcir^ action,
but "by giving tone to stomach and
i bowels greatly invigorate the sys?
tem. Regular si?c '25c. .per box.
Sold by A. F. Margrave. Druggist,'
Havifj'g sold our entire slock of
Grocery's and Hardware, wb inubt
! close up'otfr business. All partie'i]
indebted to it's will plea'so call sfirl
sottle. TIioro who cannot pay their
i accounts wiji be expected to exefmte
i uotcB. April ?4lb, 1895.
i. f. HiNKI.Nf ? Co.
buston & sons,
OUT ' I'! VWv FiMl ViimJob * *
clinch valley keyvs:
: Leiter ilbiuis;
j jfili ifeadaj
for thesb imitations and substl- | Blonkn of" a\\ kinds,'
tute?i they are poor stuff at the I
best and Increase, your misery. | Brieftfij
t Take siminbhs LlveF Regulator *
only1. You/Will know It by the
large red Z on the face of every
package niid by the relief it gives
when taken for .Dyspepsia, indi?
gestion, Constipation, Biliousness"
and Sick Headache.
j. H. 2e|L|n & Ccu Phiidci'a; p'k
No ttititter wlifct yoii wnntj
Lot um make ydti an OHtimrfto
bpl'tisiTK Uoi'EL ltOA.NoivF.
V. n; Labi Dkilwaa 8
?Printing iiiid Mmuiiuctljriiif
. , . qo?MfcftoiXii . . . P?tSt?trfr:
O -al3^r> llO Itf. iTBFFPRSON STL'S,fcET<
We PitkliMli a Number of IVrtotHonts, Hohnol Magnatuch^cUs., antt have fnrililio? \ *
oullurly adapted to kttnli work. Write tor prices.
You dan f?ol all the people Part
of tne time I
You can fool fart of the people
A? the timed
Btit tyoii can't f?ol A? the p?o
fcie All the time!!!
So ?o'in? to the Tnzcwoll Drug Company and liiivc your pro
sHHptioua eofifo(/uii(f&'] where yon always gi t full raluo for
yoiir iiioiify. Wo guaruutee everything frash pure and good
Tli'e v?ry best n'ladieioos that. l/loiiey cad buy are i.ono too
good for sick peoplo. , , . , . 1 s , p,
G. H. LANDON, Phr., Mgr.
Dr. T. H. Lacy, evangelist of the
Protestant Episcopal Chmch ofi
Southern Virginia, will hold n se |
lies of services at Strna Memorial
Church, beginning Frlduy evening,
May 3rd nt o'clock. Services
also sNtitnitiy (the 4th) in the even?
ing and Sunday (Oth) morning and
evening at the usual hours.
At the request of President D. A.
Ratney, of Tazewell College, and
Prof. Shelhuruo, principal of Tnze
well Fcnialo Seminary, who luivo
arranged ro have it joint, commence
meiit celebration, Rev. Dr. J. B
Taylor lias con sen ted to preach' the
.iiinual sermon on Sunday, May !!),
at Tarewell.?Salem Times-Regis
The county court divided 6lea/
Fork election precinct, into tiro
election precinct a last .Monday, one
called Grattnn and the other Cove
Creek, T. L. Shnfllebafger was ap
pointed registrar; ft. G. Sh'ufTichar?
ger, W. H. Stovers ami .1. G. Hfg;
ginbotha'm; judges, and Jou'a Ed.
Gilliam. special couatablfi. Tlfe
election ofrtcerx for Clear Fork pre
etnet ore all lu Graf fan precinct
dull will tim th^l^tian tlmie.
Those who hive n'sed Dr. King's
l^ctr Df?CO'fery kribw its value, aid
those who have not, have now tho
opportunity to try it Free. Call on
tne advertised Druggist and get n
i'rlnl Bottle Free. Sei;d Vour fifhr/c
rfnd address to II. E. BiJcklch ?Co.;
Chicago, And get a sn'inple box of Dr.
King's New Lifo I'llts Free, ns well
as n copy of Guide to Hcaliii'and
Household ructor, Free. All ol'lnst
which is gnarnutecd to <]n yon uond
and cost you nothing nt A. Ft lfn
The Valuo of a Friotid!
ConNBLTA, La-?'For over six yours
I was greatl^ ti ?ubled with Consti
potion rind Bilioiisiios?, and was often
ifnablo to wortt. At the biiggestiou
of a friend 1 tried ^iryinpua Liver
! Regulator, and am now fi.co of theso
! bouhles."?rHarrison Tnrlelob. Your j
! druggi?t soils it in powder or liquid: j
j the powder to be Itkaii dry or tj.-tde
into r. tc?.
feecret of Beauty
Is l^ealth. Tftb secret of henlth ii
tl\c power ib> digest and asstrn
ilate ? proper quanity of food;
'This caii Hcve'r- be cloneiwherf
the liver does hot act it's part:
Poyoii khow this?
Tint's* Liver Pitts arc an stbso?
l?te cure for stt;Tt n?a^achc,dys^
plepsia, souf stofffafcb/ nialaria;
constipatiorf, tbfp*id liver; piles;
jaundice, bifib'tis fever; bilious/
hess and kindred diseases.
tutt's Liver Pitts
I Why j^iu Should buy.y'oiir
SPRING AND SUM* ,
MER Oi?TtflNQ . .
f. ?illidSS?N & CO;
1st, W% buy mnra goods and carry a
jsrRer stock thap any other house in
our Tict- in Tacewelf.
iind, vri. viy cash a?d savh ma
tfrd? Wi hate fiad ifai&Mil practical
edge uf clothing fa not confined to
11 ^jun^^Mr?r'9 but
Blochs of the leading n*jiw5??urera
of Baltimore, f'bihidelphut s^rfaw4
York, nnd we really believe, tr?.bn^
a.'t n lower price for .thq six^e rjiass of
Koods than any other Clothing firm in
4th. Our.expon/i?)b a'rs'vofy Ifght, and
I w.e can. afford to give you the lowest
prices possible. .., ,.
18th. Wo have taken more than usual
j caro in selecting.4his'. sfoek. hnviug
j spen^ Borne time in Pultimurennil New
I York, thoroughly, .posting iurselves,.
j so that we, might be frf, condition to'
I give our friends and .jWrbns .the bint
I , .possible value for ih.r.if money.. ,
I 0(1?. We have almo?t entirely diiicardcrr
i ffhdddy goods and arc handling a bet
! for class,of Clothing than ever. , ,i ,
irth. Clothing is very much lower this
; -tear than over before, we should oay
; from 81.00 to, fj?.pop'n an ordinary
suit, and w e .propose to give our cua
I tomers the full benefit of all rediic
H?BONIC BUILDING, . .