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WORKING THE ROADS.
Farmers Can Well ACorO to Devote The
Time to Thla Task.
Much, has been said und w ritten about
country roads ami the proper way to
construct them to insure g.xxl ones the
year round. But much of it applies only
where gravel or crushed stone can be
obtained with which to make a road
bed unaffected by rains and standing
water. In many sections of the coun?
try gravel can be had by hauling it
from creek and river beds, and where it
can bo so obtained or purchased at a
low figure the best possible use of time
and money is in securing and spread?
ing this upon a read beil previously
graded into the proper form. If the
gravel is dumped upon a perfectly flat
surface it becomes mixed with the soil
during wet weather and soon is lost.
The first thing to be done is to grade
the road. The graveling or macadamiz?
ing can then be done at leisure. Tin
upper illustration shows the best form
of the road. The dirt from the ditches
at the sides is carried to the middle
and left in a rounded form, highest in
the center. Care must be taken to make
the sides slope ail the way from the
center to the bottom of the ditches,
or the water will stand in the .sags and
percolate into the roadway, making it
soft and muddy. Make good outlets fr-r
these ditches to carry the water off and
keep the road dry, and also that they
may serve for outlets for tile and for all
other farm drains.
Keep the surface of the road smooth
and free from sods, for those traveling
will not make martyrs of themselves
and bump over the rough places to
wear them down IT the sides are smooth.
?r -- THE NEW AND THE OLD WAY.
Leave the sods at one side. They will
decay in a year or I wo. A large amounl
of road work can be dene in a short
time with comfort to man and beast,
by using o:-o of the improved road
grade?. Four men with their teams
make a good force; One man and team
lor the plow, the others for the grader.
It will pay any town handsomely .o
invest in the most Improved machinery
for read work. When grading the road,
be careful not to get the grade too
vide. Make it just wide eijon:'!i ?;r
teams to pass. It will flatten out w ith
use and wet weather.
A great aid in keeping the road dry
is a row of tiles laid on either side at
the outer edges of the grade. These
should not be laid too deep, for the
surface will become packed iothat the
water will not readily soak through.
But if the grade is the proper form the
water wall run off the surface so rapid?
ly that comparatively little will soak
in; and as the tile and laying them add
largely to the cost of the road they
may usually be dispensed with. All
doubtless realize the tru thru! ticss of the
lower illustration and the difficulty of
getting about over such highways, the
Joss of time and money, the wear and
tear of horses, harnesses and wagons
resulting from attempts to move loads
at the very season when farmers have
the most time to do such work. In the
summer when the farmers arc bus>y
with their crop?, the reads are usually
dry and any kind is good enough. The
low price for which farm lands sell is
due in a large measure to the poor high?
ways. With bettor -reads the value at
the lands rapidly increases. Examples
of this can be found in every county,
Farms located along good, hard roads
are in constant demand at prices far in
excess of those situated at a distance
?from such roads. Wherever oiher w orl<
will permit, farmers can well afford to
give a few days' work on the reads in?
stead of feeling it a hardship to have tc
work the time required by law. Work
them thoroughly, each neighborhood
for itself. The labor nud time spent
will return 100 foid in the i:.crca.<c:l
value of property and in the ease ami
comfort of traveling. ? Farm ant!
XTLRG1SIA: In the dork's office of Tazewell fir
* cult Court February 22. 1837.
Paul Graff! .Ii-.* T.Graff and Thoina- Lappingtoi
mez2ban1 and partners in trade under ihe fin;
uum.- and style of Graff, .-<>n a. Co., (_-;?i? ii.i*_~.
vs !? In ( hancery
C. E. Humum and Tute Ilarman, late merchant!
aud partners in trade under the firm name und
style of C Uarman<& Co. .11. Xewberrv, Jut
G- Wu'i: and J. S. Gillespie, Deftt
The object of this suit i. to recover n debt <>i
S591.46 with interest thereon from the ltah <!:iv oi
Feby is.")7, due froui ;tt ? defendants C. E. ilarman
and Tute Elarman to thetComplainants. and to en
force collection of same bj attachment against
their estate, and especially the real estate* men
tiond in the bill.
And it appearing from affidavit on lile in said
office that ?.'. J*. flannan is a non-reiident <?f the
State oi Virginia, it is ordered that he appear
here within fifteen days after due publication of
this order.and do what is necessary to protect
his interest In this ult. and tint; copies hereof
be posted as prescribed by law.
A t opy?Teste:
H. I'.ank IlaKXAN, Clerk,
Chapman & Gijaestie, p. <j.
mo T. K. GEORGE, Esq., Clerk of the County
J- Court ot Tazewell County, Virginia:
Whereas, at a delinquent land sale !>>? the Treas?
urer of Tazewell County, Virginia. on the _7th,
2$th,or29lb day of l>ecember. 1892, in manner
and form as provided by law of Virginia, a certain
tract or parcel of land Assessed upon the land
books of the Maiden Spring District of Tazewell
County Virginia, in the name of George Dodds
and as containing ?->H acres, and located and
described ns shown onsaid land books for the
S?den Spring Magisterial DlsUlct for Tazewell
County. Virginia, was purchased the name ?f
the Auditor for taxes . levies &e. dno thereon for
4he kuui of i-l.'i': which sale of sail I tract ???<
reported "?? returned by the Treasurer ofsald
County in the manner prescribed bv law ia hisllsi
orrcpt.rt of Heal Estate I ought in the name of the
Auditor'returned to the February term, 1898
of Tazewell County Court. And whereas,
P has been two years since the date of
Said purchase of said tract by the Auditor,
and the same has not been redeemed; and
. whereas, the mierslgned desires u> purchase
same ander Ihe provisions of Acts 1896-6,
page 219, and therefore the undersigned now file
this his application to purchase said real estate
for the smonut for which the solo sale to the Com?
monwealth was made, together with such ad?
ditional sum? as would have accrued for tuxes and
levies and interest if such real estate had not been
so purchased by the Commonwealth, with inter*
est on the am- unt ''or which said side was made
. -at the rate of sis pi r cent, per annum from date
of sale, and in Ihe additional sums from the l?th
day of December in the year in which the same
would have acciuetl.
The gi>t and substance of this application isthat
the nnoersisned under the provisions of the Act
of 1896-6,-desires to purchase said re d estate pur?
chased in the name of the Auditor when sold for
taxes delinquent thereon in the name of George
Dodds. and the undersigned is willing and
ben oilers to comply with each and every pro?
vision of the law under which he tiles this ap?
This Dec. 29th 1836.
:'. J. trown By 8. M. It. Coulling, Atty
VJK'vN.'A: In the Olcrk's Office of Tazewell
Conns ? Court: I. T. E. George, Clerk of the
ttonnry Court of Tazewell County in the State of
Virginia do certify that-tbc foregoing is a true
cop.- of an application on file in my Office nfore
. Given under my hand this the 23tdday of Feb?
T. E. George Clerk.
E. H. Witten. J. H. Hiiieitts.
WITTEN & HIBBITTS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
GBU.KDY, VA. !
Agin' the Fanners, Any Way.
Petersburg "Indux-Appoal" (Dem.).
Five traders or anti-protectiinists, as
bliey prefer to call tneniselves, assail pro.
tcttionas a policy which discriminates
against thrums in favor of manufucturep,
And then oppose the extension of protec?
tion to farm products when the farmers
themselves ask for it. They evidently think
it is a good rule which works both way.-,
but in this case, no matter which way it
works, it operates to the fanner's detriment,
An Impressive Lessen.
Several weeks ago we had occasion to
call at the iloover blouse one evening after
supper to see a gentleman on business.
The_re were a number of nun in the office
room and among them Major J. W. New?
ton; Win. E. Craigand I. .1 Hoover, with
a fair promise to ail appearances for a num?
ber of years of life, as any in the crowd, as
they were all then in the prime of lite, in
seeming good health, and cheerful. They
are all now in the grave?first, .Major New?
ton dropped dead without a moment's
warning ; Mr. Cruig was stricken withapo
lesy and in a flash reudered unconscious,
from which condition he never recovered,
und last, Mr. Hoover passed away to join
the innumerable caravan that moves on to
the realm of the silent dead, w hat a com?
mentary on (he uncertainty of-life and the
certainty of death at a lime when we think
not of it.-Yost's Weekly.
The miners of Glacier Creek, Alaska
are doing a great deal of "burning" thi.
Winter?that is thaw out the frozen gravel
by fire. Streams freeze solid at the begin
dug of Winter. Wood costs ?4 a cord at
the stump an 1 510 or $LJ for hauling. The
'ravel i^ taken out and stored and is not
vashed till warn: weather thaws the rivers.
Dyeing and Cleaning
Alice Johnson is prepared for cleaning
and dyeing all kinds of ladies and gentle?
men's garments. You will lind her shop
in the Belew property, Main Street, Taze?
well, Va. Satisfaction guaranteed.
W1NN & BROWN.
(i. W. Winn and .1. F. Brown, black?
smiths, Burke's Garden, Tazewell county,
Va'., arc prepared to do all kinds of work
in their line, such as repairing buggies
and wagons. Horseshoeing a specialty and
new wagons made to order at lo w prices.
Ti e Imperial Publishing Co. want to
secure good agents to work, on salary ro
c >::i:u:s.-i. ::. For information call on M
Jo'imson Tazewell, Va. t.f.
When you think of having a prescrip?
tion tilled think seriously w ho you will pet
to till it, there is a great deal of danger at?
tached to having your prescriptions filled
by incompetent hands, the Tazewell Dm*;
Co. have a graduate in Pharmacy to iii
cheir prescriptions?m his hands you an
Mr. William Gross, of Bush, Ky., says
"My w ife had suffered for about 40 yean
with a severe cough and hail been giver
up to die several times by the best doc
tors. Lately, i resorted to Lightning
Cough Drops, and this medicine affectec
a complete cure. She is now again able ti
do her daily work and enjoy health."?
For sale by Tazewell Drug Co.
.Mrs. K. Davis, of Tonstalls Station, Va.
writes: "1 suffered greatly for two month
with pain in my back, and was annoyet
with headache and neuralgia; in fact* 1
thought i would never get lyell. I saw
Lightning Hot Drops advertised, tried it
:it!>! was cured by one bottle. 1 recom
mend it to all.?For sale by Tazewel
T71KGINIA : In the Clerk's of
v flee of Tazewell Circuit Court. February 11
Ilonve siiiiglulf and Henry V. I>. Johns, inei
cbnntsand partners in trade, under the Qrinani
' style (it
? Sllngluff, Johns & Co., Complainanti
vs. -i In Chancery.
C.E. Harman and A. T. Harman, late met
; chants und porlncrsta trade, under the firm an)
I styleof II
C K. Hnrnian & Co., Defendant)
The object of this suit is to recover of the de
I fendants the stun of S340.-1S, with interest Iber?
?>n from the 1st <lay of February, 1897, and to t-ii
force the lieu of an attachment Issued in s:ii<
i cause by a sale of three tracts of land levied on
' situate in Wright's Valley, Tazewell comity. Vir
iriuia, purchased from H. Ncwbcrry, John '!
- Watts; Joseph 8. Giltcspie and A. P. G'lllespie, anj
it appearing from affidavit on file in said officj
? that c. E. Harman and A. 'j'. Harman are nori
residents of the Commonwealth <>f Virginia, it i:
, ordered that they appear here within ttltcci
, days after due publication of this older and di
vvhat is necessary to protect their interest in lbli
suit and that copies hereof be published am
posted prescribed by law.
A Copy?Teste ?
I Ii. HANK HARMAN, Clerk.
. H. C. ALDERSON, p. q.
NOVEMBER 8th, 18SS.
T.tVIN's LEAV TAZEWELL
I. 30 p. m. daily and 4.13 p. m. daily ex?
II. 40 a. m. daily and S.?l a. m. daily ex
TIOKFTft SOLD TO
i ivt\L i \j ALL POINTS
OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS
N EBRASK A^CO LORA DO,
WEST, NORTH-WEST^ SOUTH-WEST.
FIRST CLASS. SF OND CLASS
AND EMIGRAN TICKETS.
THE BEST ROUTE TO THE?
North afvd East.
Pullman Yestib?lsd Coaclies,
Sleeping and Dining Cars.
SEE THAT VOl'R TICKETS BEAD OVElt TUE
NORFOLK & WESTERN RAILROAD
CHEAPEST, BEST AN: ? QUICKEST LINE.
?Write for Kates, Maps, Time-Tables I
Descriptive Pamphlets to any bta.tion
Agent, or to
w. B. p.evill, Allen Hull, m. f. Braco,
Qen'l Pass. Agt. Div. Pass. Agt.
MRS. MARY McCOY,
(Residence?Tazew ell Ave.)
A perfect fit is guaranteed in every case
and reasonable prices.
IN POCAHONTAS, VA.
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC BRANDIES
Gibson's Pure Rye.
I inch < S?lden Wedding.
Guckenheimer Old Rye.
Goodman's Private Stock (1800),
Belle of Nelson. 1.00
Springdale Pure Rye. 1.00
Baker's Pure Rye.
D?ffels Malt Whisky.
Old Time Kentucky Rye.
White Mills Ohl Bourbon.
Ohl Virginia Glades Pure Rye.
Honeymoon Pure Kentucky live.
Imperial Cabinet. 50
White Rye (4 years old).
North Carolina Corn Whisky.
Purest Alcohol for Druggists.
Any of the above brands in cases of any size.
Apple (old country-made). 50
Teach (Virginia-made). 75
California Peach. 1.00
Blackberry Brandy. 50
Distilled Blackberry Brandy. 1.25
Cinger Brandy. 50
Teach and 1 loney. 50
Rock and Rye. 50
Booth & Go.'8 Old Tom. 1.00
G. H. Mumm & Co.'s Extra Dry.?;5.2U
Piper Heidsick, Grand Sec. :t.25
Cold Seal. . 2.00
?1.50 to 3.50
1.50 to 2.25
1.50 to 2.00
2.50 to 3.85
1.50 to 2.00
1.50 to 2.00
2.00 to 3.00
Strict attention paid to mail orders.
VIRGINIA: in t?ie clerk s office of Taze
well Circuit Court January let 1S97.
vs. ! In Chancery
Robt. Allen, George L Hickman, Nannie
Hickman, Harold Buchanan, Carrie Buch?
anan, Win. T. Buchanan, Mollie Buchan?
an and Otis E. Hopkins administrator of
.James Allen, Dee d., defendants.
The object of this suit is to have specific
execution of parol contract entered into
between complainant and hie father,
James Allen, in lifetime of the latter,
whereby said James Allen gave lo, and
agreed toconvey tithe plaintiffWm. Allen
|helower half that is the north side or end
of a tract of about 200 acres of land in Taze
well county, Va., on north side ol Rich
mountain, near town of Tazewtll, and for
partition and, general and special relief.
And it appearing faun affidavit on file in
said office that Robt. Allen, George Hick
man and Nannie Hickman are non-resi?
dents of the State of Virginia, it is ordered
that they appear hert within fifteen days
after due publication of thi.- order and do
what is necessary to protect their interest
in this suit, and that copies hereof be pub?
lished and posted, as prescribed by law.
H. Bane Hakman, Clerk,
1 A. J. & S. D. May, p. q. 1-7-07,-lt.
VIRGINIA : !n the Clerk's office, "f Tazewcll
(Ircull Court. February ::?!, ls;>7.
Isaac !-:!>erly. E. M. Moore and C. H. Charitan,
merchants end partnersiu trade under the linn
and style of
Isaac 1 bcrly & Co., Complainants'
vs. ' }? In Chancery,
c. E. Harman and A. 'I'. Harmm. late merchants
and partners in trade, under the Arm name <>r
C v.. Barman a Co., i tefendants.
Tiie object of this suit is to recover of the de?
fendant:- the sum of S249.02,.with Interest there?
on from80th Januar}*, 1S97, and the f?rther sum
of 5109.79, with interest from Jauoary nub. 1S97,
und to enforce the lien on an attachment in the
cause by a sale of three tracts >?(' end situate in
Wright's Volley, Tazcwcll county, Va., the prop
erty of the defendants, for the satisfaction there?
of, and it appearing from affidavit on tile in said
officedbat C. E llarman andA.T. Harman, are
non-residents of the Commonwealth of Virginia,
It i- ordered that ihcy appear here within fifteen
days after due publication of ibis order, and do
what is necessary to protect their interest in this
suit, and that copies hereof be published and
posted as prescribed by law.
II. BANE IIARMAX, Clerk.
II. C. ALDERSON, p. q.
4 J. .t S. D. MAY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Taze
n well. Va. Practice in the courts of Tazewcll
county and in the Court of Appeals at Wytheville,
Va. Particular attention-paid to the collection ol
DARNS A BARNS. ATTORNEYS' AT LAW, Tozc
Uwell. Va. Practice In the courts of Taxewcll
county. Court of Appeals at Wytbevillc and the
Fed era] courts ut Abingdon. C. J. Barns, John T,
pHAPMAX .v; QILLESPIE, ATTORNEYS A'l
ULAW, Tr./.ev. ell, Va. Practice in all the court!
of Tazcwell county and Court of Appeals at
Wytbevillc. J. W. Chapman. A. I'. Gillespie.
FULTON & CO?LLTNG, ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Tazewcll, Va. Practice in the courts of Taxa
well county. S. M. 1!. Calling will continue bit
practice in all the courts of Buchanan county. J.
it Fulton, Wytheville, Va. S. M. It. Couling.
GBEEVER .V QILLESPIE, LAWYERS, Tazewcll
Va. Pn? ,.;C: n the courts of Tazcwell and ail
oining counties. Office?Stras building. Edgai
L. Greever. Barns Gillespie.
8EO. W. ST. CLAIR, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Tazewcll. Va. Practices in the courts of Taze
wall and adjoining counties and in the Supreme
Court of Appeals at Wytheville. l'artinula. at?
tention paid to tilt: collection ol claims. Office
HC. ALDKKSON. ATTOl'NEY AT LAW, Tnze
i well. Va. Will practice In the courts of Taze?
wcll county and the Court of Appeals at Wythe?
ville. Collecting a specialty.
' HENRY: A: GRAHAM, LAWYERS. Tazewcll, Va.
J (Suffice in building near Court House. R. it.
1 Henry, s. C. Graham. B. W. stras.
j EL STUART, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tazewcll,
iiVa. Land titles in McDowell and Logan coun?
ties, West Virginia, a specialty. Office in Stras
IflNCENT L. SEXTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
VTazewcll, Va. Will practice in the courts of
farewell and adjoining counties. Particular at?
tention paid to the collection tf claims. Office in
W B. STRAIT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Kich
II i lands, Va. Practices in the courts of Taze
?vell and adjoining counties. Prompt attention
paid to the collection of claims.
The undersigned will, on the 16th dav
of February, 1807, at the front-door of
Tazcwell Court-house, t-ell for cash to the
highest bidder at public auction, -150
shares of the capital stock of the Virginia
& Tennessee Coal and Iron Company, and
100 shares of the capital stock of the
Cranes' Nest Coal and Iron Company,
which said shares of stock are held .by the
undersigned as collateral security for the
payment of certain notes belonging to it,
and will he sold to pay said notes.
The shares of stock of the Virginia &
Tennessee Coal and Iron Company, to be
sold, are in three cerrtjeatee, one for 250
Shares, and two others for 100 Shares
each; and the stock of the Cranes' Nest
Coal and Iron Company is in one certifi
tcate for 100 shares. All cf said stock is of
the par value of$100.00 per share.
Tiik Bank of Bichlakds.
Pee Chapman <fe Gillespie.
Attorneys for said Bank.
The above sale is postponed until the
lGth day of March, 1SD7, Court Day.
jan 28, 3t
MRS, JENNIE LEWIS,
TAZE WELL, VIRGINIA.
Perfect fit guaranteed in every case and
r tes very reasonable.
DR. M. B. CROCKETT,
Physician and Surgeon
lias located at liberty Hill (Knob), Va j
at which place be can be found at ail
times except when absent on professional
-IS RECEIVING its
And invites an inspection of them. All Dry Goods and Shoes are being sold
at cost for cash. This is a rare chance'to buy goods
almost at your own price. [seplTa
LAM 3 niDUHLj
FARMERS AND VILLAGERS,
FATHERS AND MOTHERS,
SONS AND DAUGHTERS,
ALL THE FAMILY,
With the close of the Presidential campaign THE TRIBUNE recog?
nizes :1k: fact that tin American people are now anxious to- give their at?
tention to home and business interests. To meet this condition, politics
will have far less space nnd prominence, until another Slate or National
occasion demands a renewal of the fight for the principles for which THE
TRIBUNE lias lobored from its inception to the present day, and won its
greatest victories, livery possible effort will be put forth, and money
freely spent, lo make TUE WEEKLY TRIBUNE pre-eminently a NA?
TIONAL FAMILY NEWSPAPER, interesting, instructive, entertaining
and indispensable to each member of the family:
We Furnish THE REPUBLICAN and B. Y. WEEKLY TRIB?
UNE ! Year for $1,25.
CASH in ADVANCE.
Address all orders to REPUBLICAN.
Write your name and address on a postol card, send it to Ceo. WT Best,
Tribune Office, New York City, and a sample copy of THE NEW YORK
NEwlbe mailed to vou.
If you desire sweet repose and delightful slumbers try mine. 1 have TEX THOl
SAND GALLONS in slock and will guarantee every gallon to be strictly pure.
JOHN M. SMITH_
. . . Newport (Giles Co.), Virginia.
Distiller and dealer in best homemade pure copper-distilled
SOUR HASH?This celebrated whisky is distilled only by me and will be deliv?
ered at Railroad Station at $2.00 per gallon. Pure Corn Sour .Mash Whisky at $1.30
per gallon by the barrel, 100 proof. Warranted pure goods. All orders promptly
T7IRGLNIA: In the Clerkfsoffice ofTaze
* weil circuit court. 1 December lltbj 18%.
K. D. It. Barman and S. S. F. Barman,
late merchants trading under the firm
name and style of Barman Bros., Com?
vs. I Ix Chancery;
W. H. Witten, J. R. Witten and C A.
The object of this suit is to attach and
to subject the same to sale for payment of
bond due from defendants to plaintiffs of
?3U0.0U with interest from Oct. 2, 1895, a
certain piece of real property conveyed
to W. H. Witten by Jas. S. Whitley and
M. P. Whitley, situate in Tazewell county,
Virginia, on Whitley Ridge and the waters
of Whitley Branch, adjoining the lands of
C. A. Fudge, K. D. R. Hariuan and J. S.
And it appearing from affidavit on file
in said office that W. H. Witten is a non?
resident of the State of Virginia, it is or?
dered that he appear here within lifteen
days after due publication of this order
and do what is necessary to protect his in?
terest in this suit, and that copies hereof
be published and posted as prescribed by
law. A Copy?Teste:
H. Bank Harm an, Clerk.
C. W. St. Claik, p. q.
I had toothache, the worst kind, and
was told to try Lightning Hot Drops. I
put tome inmy tooth and rubbed some
on my face, and in two minutes I felt re
ief, and within an hour my tooth was en
irely well and the swelling gone from my
ace.?Henry Lybrook, Glen Lyn, Va.?
For Bale by Tazewell Drug Co
VIRGINIA: In the. Clerk's Ollice of Taze?
well Circuit Court, January 18th, 1897,
I Rosa Cnrtley Complainant
vs. 'r is Chasckky.
( James I irrtley Defendant
The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce B
vincnlo matrirnonil from said James Cnrtley.
And it appearing from affidavit <m Die in nid
office that the defendant, James Cnrtley is a non?
resident of the Commonwealth of Virginia, it Is
ord?red mat he appear here within fifteen days
aftcrdue publication of this order, and do what
is necessary ti> protect his Interest in this .-nit,and
that copies hereof he published and posted as
prescribed by law.
A copy?Teste :
It. BANE HA OMAN, Clerk.
Bj i &. Barns, p. q.
<0TICE TO TAKE DEPOSITIONS.
Jno . Gillcspie Complainant.
js. 'f In Chancery.
Mir. -d Gillcspie Defendant.
To s. Minnie Gillispie:
T e notice that on Mondnv, the 1st day o
Mai o, 1su7, at the olliee of li. K. Thomas, in
Bin deld, w. Virginia, between the hours of fi a.
m. i dd i> p. m., of that day, I will take the dep?
osit .ms of K. M. Baldwin and als to be rend ru
my Jt half in a certain suit in chancery now
pen iinR In the Circuit Court of Tazewell county,
Va, m which I am plaintiff and you are defend?
ant, and if for any cause the taking of the said
dep isltlons be not commenced on that day, or If
commenced, be not completed, the taking of the
same will be adjourned rrom time to time and
from place to place until the same are corn
plei id. JNO. Ii. GIM.ESPIE,
2y-4t By Counsel.
nO'JGLAS H. SMITH ?
Practices in the Courts of Tazewell and adjoin
ng counties. Ol See in the May Building,
?! GompoaBding Prescriptions
Always correct, and containing only pure
and fresh drugs?that's the rule that governs
our prescription department and lias secured us
the absolute confidence of the public. On this
point physicians do not disagree. They recog?
nize the logic of facts.
WHAT WE ARE WE SHALL CONTINUE TO BE
The always reliable pharmacy of Tazewell, and
general headquarters for drugs and everything in
the drug line, liemember this: There's one
thing on earth that must always be above sus?
picion; that's drugs. Your doctor knows pre?
cisely how certain medicines will act upon the
system and when he specifies a particular kind
of drug he has scientific reasons for so doing.
He means just what he writes in the prescrip?
tion and not .something else "just as good."
The recovery or death of many of his patients
rests with the druggist.
WE FULLY REALIZE THIS GREAT RESPONSIBILITY
Every time we compound a prescription." Wo
back up the doctors knowledge and judgment
by furnishing the exact quantity and quality of
drugs and medicines required. We solicit the
patronagof all thoughtful and justice Icking
A. F. HARGRAVE.
PEERY & DODD,
TA ZE WELL, VIR G1NIA,
Staple and Fancy Groceries
We are adding constantly to our stock in all lines. We keep
Osborn's Cream Flour, wh^SKS*
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco and Cigars.
A COMPLETE LINE OF
COHFECTIOHERIES, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, SILVERWARE,
CHAPPtflAN & HURT,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS,
Represent the following old reliable Fire Companies :
Liverpool BndL ondon and Globe, Aetna Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Hamburg-Bremen, Georgia Home lus. Co. of Colnmbus, Ga.
Itoyal Insurance Company of Liverpool, Virginia Eire and Marine Insurance Co.
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Virginia State Insurance Company,
New York Underwriters' Agency, Petersburg Savings and Insurance Co.
Home Insurance Company of New York, United States Insurance Co. of N. Y.
LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
.Mutual Life of New York, American Security Company of N. Y.
Travelers' Ins. Co. of Hartford Conn. Lloyd's Plate Glass Company of N. Y.
Policies written by them insure protection, indemnity and security
to their holders. Losses paid in Southwest Virginia over $35,000.00,
every dollar of which was paid without law-suit or controversy. octl
MISS MAG. LITZ,
(Residence- West Main Street.)
Thanking her numerous patrons for their past support,
she hopes to merit a continuance of the same by good work at
reasonable prices. Promptess my motto.
NEWS, NEWS, NEWS
F, G, & D, McKenzie
Have purchase the stock of R. MARTIN & COMPANY, at the old stand o
Hankins Brothers, and will continue to carry on the
At the same place. They will keep a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, which
will be ottered at the very lowest figures?in fact, at rock bottom prices.
JEWELRY REPAIRING, Etc.
Mr. Modock McKenzie, an expert hi the jewelry business, will also repair'ekocks
watches and all kinds jewelry. They solicit a reasonable share of patronage.
NOT i VE.
To AU Whom it May Concern:
All pereons are hereby no tilled and
warned not to trespass upon nor cut nor
cause to be cut or removed, nor dispose of
any timber or mineral, from within the
survey or boundary line of a cei tain tract
of laud, containing ^one hundred and liny
thousand (150,oou) acres,lying principally
in the county of McDowell, state of West
Virginia and* portions thereof in Tazewell
and Buchanan counties, Virginia, and
Wyoming county, West Virginia, and
known as Robert Pollard Grant and Pat?
ent of March 20th, 1795, and otherwise
known as "The taeger Tract," and D. H.
Harman resurvey of 1871-72, and late sur?
vey made bv A. P. Sinnett, V. 8. Survey?
or, in 1891-92, by order of the U. B. Court
at Charleston. West Virginia, and de?
scribed in said patent and resurvey as
Beginning at "a locust and chestnuts,
on the top of a ridge, between Abba Val?
ley and Laurel, creek, a branch of the
Bluestone, '"in Bight of Jonathan Smith's,
Esq.," Tazewell county Virginia; thence
north 2o degrees, west 530 poles to"tbree
red oaks," crossing Laurel cresk at 220
poles, the Tazewell and Wyoming road at
at 36o ]Mj!es the state line into McDowell
county, West Virginia, at 38o pole.; thence
to corner at 53o pole-, thence north 10 de?
grees, and 2oo poles to "three white oaks
and a maple," along the Henry Milam
ridge, crossing the road tu said Milim's
several times, to the corner at 28o poles. J
Thence north 84 degrees, west S8o poles
to "two maple:-, SpanisL oak and hickory
by a path;" along the north si de of the
JumpSpurr, cropang the Jump branch at
360 poles, to the corner, "by a path," at
Thence north to degrees, east2,966 polei
to "three wliiteoaks and poplar." crossing
the dividing ridge the North Fork of Tug
at 1,050; Mill Creek, at l,l6o, the South
Fork of Elkhorn at 2,142 poles, crossing
the Ohio river extension of the Norfolk
and Western Raiiroad near the ' ; end
of the Huston coal and coke works, just
below the "Elkborn," station mossing the
ridge between the South and North Forks
of Klkhorn at 2,820, and tiie North Fork
ofElkhorn at 2,960 poles, to the corner,
"on the northeast side of the same." (t>4
poles above the mouth of Buzzard creek
Thence north lodegrees, west 88o poles
a "poplar ami maple," crossing a branch
220, another at 34? poles Buzzard creek
and mouth of Big Branch at 584 poles 677
poles above the mouth of Buzzard creek
(on Elkhorn.l And several branches to the
corner at 8;s0 poles.
Thence north 8o degrees, west 1,840
poles to "a white oak and maple, crossing
the ridge between Elkhorn and Guy
andotte waters (being the county line
between Wyoming and McDowell,] and
the head of Burke's Creek at 2oo poles
(,'JSO poles above tiie mouth of Burke's
creek on the Klkhorn,) along the northeast
side of said ridge, in the county of Wy?
oming, to top of same, and county line,
crossing into McDowell county again at
8U0 poles crossing a fork of Bottom creek
at l,o3o. another i,4:;2 pol? s. crossing the
ridge between Laurel and Brown's m-eks
at l,68o poles, thence to the comer, Lead
of Brown's creek at 1.840.
Thence South 75 degrees, west! ,92o poles
! to "a walnut, hicory and poplar." crossing
j a Branch at 156, another at 440 pules,
I crossing Brown's creek at > 763 poles,
j to top of the Indian Kidge, crossing the
Tazewell and Wyoming road at 989,
I Fletcher Branch 1.12s and l.l9o poles,
j Lower Shannon Branch 1.UN? poles,thence
j l,92o poles, to the corner, on Tug River,
below "Peter Rock" four miles below,
Welsh, the county seat of of McDoweL
Thence south 25 degrets, west l,36o
pole?; to "two poplars, a walnut and sugar
tree," erossing Tug river, and Lick creek at
91, a branch of Tug at 24o and 420, anoth?
er 560 poles, a branch of Spice creek at
620, and path on same at 890. and Spice
creek at 808 poles, Badway branch at 1,080
and Mudhole l,2oo poles, down
Mudhole Branch, to the corner on Clear
Fork (below the old "Bartley Rose
place.") ai l,36o poles
Thence south 53 degrees, west 2
poles to "three white oaks," crossing
Bear branch at 120, Big brauchst 410,
the ridge and head spring of Bartley creek
at 7oo poles, MuleyFork of Bartley at
l,21o the road Fork at 1,430, Bartlev
creek, l,4oo, dry Fork at 1,580, (2 miles
I below Perry ville,) Slate creek at 2,120,
Yates branch at 2,2oo, Little Mountain
and Paddle Fork at 2,88o, John Llagea*
man's at 2,4oo poles, thence to the cor?
ner, on a branch of Bradshaw, at 2,5(J0,
Thence south 37 irgrees, oast 3,6oopoles
to station and pointer fhear the head ol
the Beach Fork) cromng Laurel Folk of
Slate at 46o. Mudlick at GO poles and the
nor.h side of the ridge between s!a!e and
Dismal creeks, waters of Louisa Fork of
Sandy, crossing the county, and State
line into Bucbanan county Va., at 480
pole.", through Buchanan to the county
line at 02o poles, thence along the ridge
touching the comity line again at 1,1140
poles along the edge of Tazewell county,
Virg:ni.i, to county line at 2,o44 poles
thence along through Tazewcll county,
Virginia, crossing Forks of Indian, waters
of Clinch river at 2, If.;;', and 2,560, a branch
of said Forks at '-',7 Jo and 2,S4o poles,
Belcher's Ridge at 2,8So poles, ami crossing
Beech Fork ;:L 3,440, the left handfork or
Beech Fork and road at 3,585 poles, to
station and pointers at 3,6oo pun--, near
the head of Beech Fork in Tazewell
Thence north 04 degrees, east 4,000
poles to the beginning; crossing the Dry
Fork at 582 tone mile beiowCaptain David
G. Savers,) Dick's creek at "94, Daiton
Brandt at 1,548, head of Jacobs Fork at
1,850 state line at 1,942, Horse neu creek at
1,952,right hand fork of Horsepen at
2,576, Ohl Camp branch at 2,S??, head of
Horsepen at :>,324 poles, the county line
and ridge between the waters of Tug river
and Horsepen at 3,418, Tazewell C. 11. and
Wyoming road at 3,840 poles, thence to
to the beginning corner, at 1,000 j^oles.
The following are the principal streams
and branches embraced within the boun?
dary lines of said tract.
The Dry Fork, Tug river (and head
spring of same) and the Elkhorn, with
their tributaries for over 20 odd miles. The
Clear Fork of Tug river fur over three
miles, Laurel: Creek, Indian Creek, Buz?
zard, Bottom, Kind Lick, Mill, Spice,
Brown's and Little Indian creek; Eeewe,
Volls Big War, Farrenshe, Rockheuee,
Horsepen, Cucumber and Bij: creeks, with
their numerous tributaries; Clark's branch.
Burk's, Dam's, Sugar Camp, Upper and
Lower Shannon branches, Fletcher Jeds,
Grape, Bocknarrow, Atkin. Turuhole,
Harman's Leslie's Dock, Huncs, Laurel,
Kiah's Daiton, Old Camp, Cold, lick, Mile
I and Jump branches, Beech Fork and
Jacob's Fork, with their tributaries, beijiil
! all embraced within the lines of said patent
And any person or persons, so tresspass
ing, cutting or removing timber or
minerals, from any portion, not 6i>cc
ially by the undersigned wholly re?
leased and accepted, within said survey
will be prosecuted to the full extent of the
Speculators in walnut and other valuable
trees, and in coal and timber land options
on same within my survey and patents
will avoid loss trouble and ex pence by being
Wu. G.W. Iaeoeb
Tile Hearths and Facings
Artibttcally Arranged n Complimentary
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Write
for samples and references.
E. C. JONES,
Lock box io. Graaant, Va,