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BUSTON & SONS.
Wc can interest you in Qfjff ggs
Either Qreen or R0aSted.
Wc are sole agents for the cele?
brated J. K., No. 2 Coffee. This
is a dark green Rio, and will
please all lovers of good coffee.
Our prices are right.
Buston & Sons,
AT HOUSE-CLEANING TIME.
You Need Insect Powder
AND POWDER GUN.
We have them. Also
corrosive ? subtimate
Paris green, powdered
borax, London purple,
Quicksilver and any?
thing you want to kill
bugs, roaches, ants, etc.
If YOUr Little chickens have
cholera or gapse come
and get something to
cure them. We have
just the thing; only 25c
We Make a Specialty of Prescriptions.
John E. Jackson,
[ Successor to A. F. Hargrave. ]
loss & gkeever;
Hardware and Furniture,
We have a large stock on hand of goods usually carried by
Hardware and Furniture Stores. Farmer's Supplies, Paints,
Oils, &c. Don't fail to get our prices before purchasing else?
Fine Jewelry, Queensware,
China, Confectioneries, Stationeries,
Books, Cigars, Tobacco, Fishing Tackle, Base Ball Goods, Mu?
sical Supplies, &c.
Our Sacrifice of Shoes
Still goes on. Call and examine our stock. No trouble to
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A .Subscribe for the NEWS. V
Air. J. P. Harnutn is homo this week
from tho V. M. I.
"Pie Eater,'' is a charter member
of the chain-gang.
Maj. Henry loft for Abingdou, on
business, yesterday. i /
Mr. O. B. Joyful, of Pocahoiuas,
was iu town this week.
Mr. W. N. Jaokson, of Paint Lick,
was iu town court day.
Mr. J. D. Harrison- of Knob, was
in town on court day.
Mr. James Sluss, of Tip Top,
called in last Saturday.
A. J. & S. D. May, nro in Blue
field, W. Va. this week.
H. A. Shepherd, of St aunt on, Va.,
was on our streets this week.
The Christian Baptist brethren
bad everything their own way this
Miss Julia Pendleton has boon
quite sick this week with iuflaiualory
Mr. P. M. Higgins has withdrawn
from tho raco for constablo in Jeffcr
Mr. J. D. Pobst is with us thin week.
Tho Tiizowoll High School closes today.
Rev. W. L. Ball, of Elkboru, W.
Va., preacbod in the Baptist Church
last Sunday nigbt
Capt. A. J. Tynou, of Kockyj.Doll, pnid
us a pleasant cnll this week, and paid for
his paper for next your.
Mrs. Petor Hedrick, of Bristol, a
former resident of Tnzowell, ie visit?
ing Capt. A. J. Tynos
Haltnau BroB. of Kelley, have
sold their cntiro stock of drygoods
to C. H. Pcory & Sons.
?'1'ho usual monotony of court dny was
brokou by several street fnkirs, who
amused tho crowds that flucked around
Mrs. Vail, of Burk's Garden, sister
of Col. Joseph Harrison, attended
sorvieo at the Methodist Church last
Mr. J. B. Hurt, of Cedar Bluff, A.
Goodman, of Pocahontaa, E. L. Bow?
man, of "Welch, W. Va., wero in town
W. C. Tabor withdraws from the
race for supervisor in the Clear Fork
district.aud Allen K. Brown is a can?
Mr. Jeff Ward has returned from
the meeting of thj I. O. O. I'. at
Stauuton, and reports a line meeting
and pleasant time.
We have done several lots of uice
job work, this week. Give us n call
when you waut auy thing in the
lino of job printing.
Judge S. C. Graham drove
thtough the country this week, to
Saltville. His daughter, Miss Jes?
sie, accompanied him.
These and many other good things
have beon said about ub this week.
We are grateful, and nover was more
determined to do our best.
Mr. W. P. Cecil has been appointed
postmaster at Cedar Bluff to succeed
Mr. Chap Peery, and G. M. Gray*
beal at Maxwell to succeed Mr. C.
"You aro making a good paper;"
your last week's paper was first
class." "You ought to have one
thousand paid up subscribers," "we
will stand by yon."
Mr. John Bourne, of tho firm of
T. M. Bourne & Co., of Clear Fork,
paid us a pleasant call this week.
Mr. Bourne is a prosperous merchant
of Clear Fork. Corao agaio, John.
Mrs. C. N. Long, of Bristol, Tonn.,
who is spending the summer at
Cedar Bluff, and Master Grower
Bickley, of Clinch, Scott Co., are
visiting their sister, Mrs. B. H. Bay?
Quite a number of the loyal friends
of the News called in on court day
and paid up their subscription and
renewed for next year. We thank
our frier ds for tneir substantial sup?
We understand that Mr. F. L.
Holmes will be a candidate for re el?
ection as as magistrate in the Clear
Fork district. Ho ought to have
announced himself through our
G. W. St. (.'lair, a prominent attor?
ney from Tazewell county, Va? has
boon iu attendance at circuit court.
George wns a lino typo and has not
forgotten how to set 'em up yet.?
Journal and Export.
We acknowledge the conrtecy
extended to us by Col. W C. Pendle?
ton, this week. He catue to our
relief, and ran off our paper.
Thanks, brother, wo hopo to bo
able to return the complement
Tnzowell College couuueuccmcut was
gratifying to those who attended, aud to
tho frionds of tho institution. We were
promised a full report, but it didn't come
in, Houco wo cannot publish tho pr0.
coodiugs. Tho samo is truo of tho proach
Mrs. Poter Hedrick, who baa boon
visiting Oapt Tynesaud relatives in
the Rocky Doll neighborhood, was
visiting Mrs. I. E. Ohapuiau, in
company with Mrs. Tyues, last Wod
nosday. Mrs. Hedrick left for her
home in Bristol Wodnosday ovouing.
Last week a littlo 12-yoar old son
of Mr. Joseph Mathouy, a touaut of
Capt. A. J. Tyuo's, had his arm broken
aud othenviso badly injured, by a
log rolling over him. His wounds
wero drcGsod by Drs. Hufford &
Tyues, and ho is uow doing reason?
Our correspondents aro highly ap?
preciated. Wo nocd a fow inoro.
Lot your neighborhood bo ropro
sonled in our columns. Write only
on ono sido of tho paper, please, and
do uot abbreviate, aud don't forgot
to give your name. Wo will uot pub?
lish name unless you wish it.
Mr. and Mrs- Chapman Aldorson,
of Pocabontos, aro visiting Col. H.
0. Alderson this week. .Mi.-.
Aldorson, nee Johnson, is ploas
antlv aud affectiouatoly romoin
berod horo by alargocirclo of friends.
Sbo was connected with tho female
sominnry at art teacher during tho
sossions of 91 '95..
Visitors in Town This Week.
Tho town has boon filled with visi?
tors and strangers this week, taking
in tho comtnoncomont exercises of
Tazowoll Collogc, aud attending
tho preacbors mootiug. Wo givo
below n list of most of them:
Rev. James H. Johnson, Narrows;
Misses Stella nnd Myrtle Culfec, Ada,
W. Vu. J. L. Wulkiusaud his sister,
Miss Aunio, of Blucfield, W. Vn ;
Mr. Lucius Shelburno, Mill, Loo
county; Mrs. W' B. Steelo, Pounding
Mill; Mr. and Mrs. John G. Watts,
Ta/.owell; Miss Pearl Leffol, Shuv
ors Mills; Rev. Luudy.
A Tazewell Minister Called. 1
Rev. Mr. Buckuor, rector of
Stros Memorial Church, received
sotno litno ago, a very fluttering call
to Grace Church, Chicago. Tho call
was not accepted at tho time, Mr.
Buckncr boing unable to decide tho
question. Tho call has been ronowod <
recently, and is boing urgently
pressed. Wo aro glad to know that i
Mr. Bucknor has finally decided not
to accept, and will romain on his ,
presont field. This call to ono of
the largost aud most rcmunorativo
fields in tho country is very compli
mentary indeed, and tho peoplo can ,
understand, and will appreciate tho
off ort necessary to decline it. Mr.
Buckner has made many friends here,
and we are glad ho will romain.
At a mooting of tho Brown-Har
man Camp of Con federate Veterans
held on May 18th, at tho court
house, tho folio win g officers were el?
ected for the ensneing year:
A. J. May, commander; H. Bowon,
first commander; C. S. Fudge, second
csmmaudcr; R. R. Henry, third com
mander; Alox St. Clair, fourth com?
mander; James W. O'Kooff'o, adju?
tant; W. G. Mustard, quartermaster;
James Bandy, commissary; J. R.
Gildersloovo, Burgeon; T. L. Painter,
assistant surgeon ; J. Tyler Frazier,
chaplain; J. H. Whitloy, treasurer;
P, H. Williams, sorgeant mnjor; R. C.
Wells, officer of the day; Hugh
Sparks, color sergeant; Samuel Wil?
liams, vidette; Georgo Bandy, first
color guard: Thornton Walker, see
nd color guard. To the annual re?
union to be hold at Nashville June
22, 23, 24. Delegates?A. J. May
H. Bowen, R. R. Henry, A. St
Clair, James O'Koefe, J. R. Gilder
sleeve and Thornton Walker.
Dr. R. A. Atkins, who, as is well
known,, has lived in Pocahontas for
a number of years, practicing his
profession, has located at tho Poory
Springs, throe miles north of tho do
pot, and now has charge of tho
springs. The fact is not as widely
known us it ought to bo, that the
water of thoso springs possesses valu?
able medicinal properties for specific
disonsos. Sovoral of our citizens have
been in the habit of spending a part
of their timo there during tbo sum
mer, for tho purpose of getting tho
benefit of this water-, and they claim
to havo noon greatly built up by its
use. We understand that Dr. A'.
kinB will iiiiiko arrangomeutB for tho
better accommodation of thoso who
wish to avail thouiselvea of the ad?
vantages of tho springs. Wo hope
it may ho done, nnd that the doctor
will make tho fact known among the
Burke's Garden, Va., May 19, 07.
Mr. J. S. Moss went to Ta/.owell
Mr. A. A. Smytheis visiting his
sister, Mrs. J. M. Snapp.
Several of tho Burkes Garden
young peoplo went to Raven's
Rock, Sunday evening?had quite
a nice time,
Mr. L. D. Suapp went to Tuzo
well, on business, Tuesday.
J. W. Hogo does not soom to
like Walkers Creek. Ho says the
fences uro all cut iu two, tho creeks
running wrong, and the land is
not divided right. lt. G. is tho
placo for you, Jeff, also ''the peo?
What has become of tho Moss
agate ring? Wo havn't seen it
Rev. Mr. Strndloy hold a two
days meeting at Central Church
last Saturday and Sunday.
Tho Circle met at Mr. P. M.
Mosses several weeks ago, nud
new officers were elected, as follows:
Miss Pourlo Snapp, president; Mr.
Will Moss, vico president, and Mr
Hubert Suiter, secretary.
We ars glad to learn Mrs. (J. s.
Goso is improving.
Was the lost stirrup over found,
Mr. Bob Meek has bought hint a
lino riding horse.
Every one is expecting a fine
time at commencement.
Tho B. G. M. and L. Circle gives
a public entertainment Thursday
night, May 26th.
Tho "Furies" have evidently
been among the joung peoplo of
Who is tho "Dude" of Burkes
Garden? "Wind him up Johny,
and see him mash."
Hubert, did you and Jell' fish
your linen caps out of Walker's
Urcek last Saturday?
J. H. Thompson went to seo his
,best girl," Sunday.
What will "somo one'' do when
school is out, and II? coos home?
Gup Store, Vs., Mny 10, "J7.
Wo had quitu a hail storm Sun
Mr. Jno. Yost spent tho day with
tfr. J. M. Cation, last Friday.
Misses Mollie and Pcarlo McNeil,
md Messrs W. II. Belcher and A.
S. McNeil of Maxwell, dined with
.ho Misses Cation last Sunday,
mil in tho nfternoon with tho Mis- '
Messrs. J. W. McNeil, J. E. Ca
;ron, and W. J. Sutherland took a
3yiug trip to tho Sulphur Springs,
tnd report having a nice timo.
The church at this place will
loon bo ready for plastering.
Mr. J. D. Farmors was visiting
liomo folks last Sunday. Come
Tho Sunday school hero is pro?
Mr. John Orabtreo left this
morning for tho Cove wheio he is
mgnged in business.
Miss Jeuuio Waldron is visiting
jor brother at Piagah.
Mr. J. E. Dai'y spent the evening
recently with Miss Gee. Buchanan.
We are glad to note thnt Mrs.
farmers, who has been ill for sotno
time is much improved.
Mr. Bnllnrd Pnyno attended
commencement, at Tuzowell Col?
lege Monday night,
Mr. J. D. Dailey spent a few days
in Graham hist week on business.
Mrs. R. H. Daily visited homo
Candidates are numerous in this
Mr. Tilden Catron spent Satur?
day and Sunday with bis brothers
in Thompson's Valley.
An unknown man was run over
and killed by a west bound froight
train on Wednesday night; between
Tip Top and Witten's Mills. It is
supposed that lie was stealing a
ride and fell between tho cars.
I.lko biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, consti?
pation, sour stomach. Indigestion are promptly
cured liy Hood's Fills. They do their work
easily and thoroughly. III _
Uest after dinner pills. W*** III C
25cents. All dnigBlStt. ? ? ? ? %P
Prepared by C. I. Howl & Co., T.om-11, Mass.
Tbo only rill to take wtUi Hood'* Sarsupartlls.
Ho! you sleepers !
Ruh your pee[)crs;
Open wide each eye.
Don't he creepers.
Bargain reapers, r
Now is the time to buy.
RIGHT THIS WAY
Don't be backward in coming forward, and
don't fall over yourselves in the rush. We are no
robbers; so we won't hold you up. Don't let any?
body hold you down. What do we mean? Wi
mean that it's about time for everybody to know
that we are on deck with
\y stock is like a baby; for it s
/Ja man, for its awful big. It's
for it has lots of style. It's
A SUPERB STOCK
of summer goods; goods which everybody will want
when the merits of our slock are understood. Our
all new. It's like a fat
like a beautiful woman
style. It's like a millionaire, for its
worth lots of money. It's like high-toned women,
because it has .quality.
LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT.
must be the fate of everyone who gaz.es on thepe
goods; not only because they are handsome, but be?
cause they are cheap in
Nobody can beat us on utot
us on price. Buy where
before you buy. It'll be money in your pocket, and
in ours, too; for you want the best and cheapest nnd
we have it.
i every sense of the word, (<A\
dock. Nobody silAl.l. beat 7*\
> you like, but see our stock ' j ,
Chapman and ?
PATTON & OR AW FORD,
BLACKSMITHS and WHEELWRIGHTS.
All Kinds of Blaeksmithing and Wood
WorK. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Also
Wagon and Buggy Work.
Prices and Work Guaranteed.
Vests Old Stand. Tazewell, Virginia
E. D. BROWN'S """"
Board and Lodging.
Good Board. Clean Beds,
One Dollar Per Day.
Meals 25 cents.
In Rear of The News Building - . - Tazewell, Virginia.
Thompson Valley, Vu., Miiy 19, 07.
Wasn't that good, I hough.'?the
.Jossio bo careful what you ride
Wo notice that just boforo elec?
tion thoro is somo money spent on
our valley loads.
Mr. J. T. Hopkins came very
near losing both of his legs some
time ago. He was seen ridiug a
littlo mule with Iiis feet, dragging
Thompson & Larimer, lumber
dealers ol Thompson Valley, have
about, completed their set on Mr.
A. J. Steele's farm.
Rev. T. Mobroy and family have
returned from Presbytery, after
spending a few days in Washing?
Wo aro glad to bo able to an?
nounce that Mr. J. K. Corell's hair
has regained its natural color after
tho fright ho received soaio time
At an early hour Sunday morn,
ing Mr. Walter Thompson sprang
from bis bed, with vengonce on his
brow and murder iu ins heart, and
slew his ban dsomo mustache.
Wo, man ! "The coming woman"
is here, oar girls are attending
Tho superintendents of the public
schools of Virginia at thoir recent con
feronco In Richmond very properly
laid on tho tal)le a resolution request?
ing tho legislature to pass a law com?
pelling parents to send their ohildron .
to school. Tho Spartan idea of putting |
tho State in tho place of the parent
has no place, or should have no place
i in our American Politics. It is' right)
to educate, their children, and by all
moral appeals to urge them to do so;
but compulsory education is repugnant
to all proper ideas of the relation of
the State to tho individual, and, wo
may add, repugnant also to all scrip- I
tural teaching of tho authority of tho
parent over the child. EX.
For a number of years Mr. F. L.
Holmes Esq of Wittens Mills bus
been suffering from what seemed
to bo heart trouble. At times the
tmin in the region of the heart bo
came almost unbearable. A tow
days ago a piece of a needlo about
jj long mado its appearance at the
surface, of the skin, just bolow tho
nipple, on the left side, which was
promply extracted by Mr. Holmos,
and niece then he has felt like a
now man. The pioco of needle is I
carefully kopt by tho gentleman as
n relic. This circumstace is well
authenticated by Mrs. Holmes, and
friends and by a number of physi?
cians in town. Mr. Holmes is.
strongly convinced that the human
body is not a good needlo caae,fl
Rlpans Tabuleo cure torpid liver. k
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