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TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
Gathered in And Around Town By Our
Resident And County
Mr. J. B. Boyer is in town.
Next Thursday will be Thanksgiving
.Mr. B. H. Baylor will shortly move
with bid family to Marion, Va.
Mr. W. A. Scott has gone to house keeping
in the neir house opposite the Seminary.
If any of our subscribers fail to get their
paper regularly we wish they would notify
Mr.*. M.F. Neel, of Cove Creek,who was
recently very seriously il! is now convales?
S. Aston, Jr., of Lebanon, Va., was
registerec at the Central Hotel the first of
Mr. S. W. Landon, of the Flat Top Drug
Company, at Pocahontas, was in town the
first of the week.
Mr. Kelly Groseclose, wife and baby, of
Burks Garden, were in town yesterday on a
A bunch ot sweet flowers on Christmas
is a thing of beauty, a fine selection of
bulbs at Pobst & Wingo.
Some of our subscribers promised to
bring us some corn. They have failed to
comply with their promises.
The Baptist parsonage is being built
very rapidly. The Tazewell mechanics do
their wort well and quickly.
We will exchange clothing for corn and
pork at highest market prices.
Harm ax & Bottimork.
Misses Grace Ward and Kate Buchanan,
two charming young ladies from Chatham
Kill, Smyth Co., Va., are visiting Mrs. C.
Prof. Byrum has informed us that 176
pupils have been enrolled at the High
School ?ince it opened. This is a splendid
There was a large crowd in town Tues?
day and the commercial tourists were very
numerous. Our merchants say that trade
was very good.
A nice line of bulbs such as Hyacinth,
Chinese Lilly, Easter Lilly, Narcissus, Jon
qui!s, at Pobst & Wingo.
Some of our subscibers gave us a sub?
stantial proof of their presence court day,
but many others did not respond to our
invitation to settle.
Miss Mary Bowen, youngest daughter of
K. T. Bowen, Esq., who was reported
seriously ill last week is now out of danger
J. P. Hodge, who is accused of having
burned one of the fans of the Southwest
Virginia Improvement Company, is now
confined in the county jail.
Mr. Jos. C. Gollehon, of Chilhowie,
Smyth Co., Va., was in town yesterday
on business. Mr. Gollehon is one of the
staunch Republicans of Smyth.
Messrs. Frank and Ed Witten drove
about two hundred turkeys through town
on Monday afternoon that they have
purchased to ship to eastern markets.
Mrs. Edward Thompson, while visiting
her sister, Mrs. Capt. J. R. Ward, on the
7th inst, had a slight stroke of paralysis.
We are glad to hear she has nearly recov?
The Moss & Greever building is now
complete on the outai de and work is going
on rapidly for finishing the inside. It is
one of the handsomest buildings in South?
Mrs. S. A. Bogle still continues quite
sick at the home of her sister Mrs. Kate C.
Peery. Miss Fannie Gibboney, grand?
daughter of Mrs. Bogle, is with her grand?
Hon. W. B. Spratt arrived in town
Monday afternoon. ? It was the first time
we had been here since the election to
receive the congratulations of his friends
upon his success.
Mr. S. C. Peery killed two beautiful
wild lurkeys at the old vineyard on the
Peery place Monday afternoon. The flock
had been scared from Buckhorn mountain
out into the farms.
Dr. R. B. Gilleepie recently received
from the celebrated coops of Mr. Webb
Maddox, of Fauquier County, Va., a coop
of game chickens. Tbey are very beauti
full birds and finely bred.
On last Saturday about noon the barn
and blacksmith shop of Capt. James Peery,
who lives two miles west of town, were
burned. The fire is supposed to be acci?
dental and the loss is estimated at $250 or
We frequently hear remarks made about
Tazewell not being a healthy place. This
is a mistake. The health record of the
town will compare most favorably with
that of any town in this section or in Vir?
The contractors, Messrs Long and Her?
man, have finished laying the pipes for the
new water system. The pipes were all
tested and received by the town author?
ities as coming up to requirements .of
- Wild turkeys are reported to be very
numerous in the mountains. Some of the
flocks have been scattered and occasionally
one is killed in the valleys. A fine one
was ehot in the barn yard at M's. Kate
Peery's a few days ago.
One night last week Col. Aldereon had a
supper to wh'u-h thirteen persons sat down.
The table was supplied with such viands
as quail, pheasant, wild turkey &c., which
were sufficient inducement for anyone to
lay aside their superstitious fears about
the number 13.
Tho communication of our Burke's
Garden correspondent reached us last
week the day after our paper was pub?
lished. We will again urge upon all our
^Respondents the necessity of getting
their>c^pmraunication8 in our bands by
The new store house of True* Bros1., on
Tazewell Avenue is now completed and
presents quite a neat and handsome ap?
pearance. The firm has bought their
stock of goods and in a week or ten days
will have them opened up.
On Sunday last a fire broke out on the
I land of Mr. J. H. Brown, in the Big Creek
I neighborhood, and burned fifty panels of
fence and 10 shocks of corn. By the
timely assistance of W. L. C. Buike and
mother neighbors, some 10 or 15 in number,
nearly all Mr. Browns corn and his barn
Mr. J.. B. Caudill while gathering his
cabbage in his garden on Monday found
quite a curiosity. It was twin cabbages
not a twin head. There was a single
stalk, and at a point 6 or 8 inches up the
stock two other distinct and perfect stalks
had branched out .and to each was attached
a perfect head of cabbage.
Rev. W. D. Buckner was at Hunington
West, Va., recently, and preached in
Trinity Episcopal church in that city on the
9th inst. The rectory which is now being
built here for Bro. Buckner will aoon be
completed, and we suspect he told some
one while at Huntington about the time
it would be ready for occupancy.
Mrs. Maggie L. Mattox, wife of John
Mattox.of Paperville, Tenn.,and daughter
of Rev. D. A. Daugherty, of Graham, Va.,
died at the residence of S. L. Litz, Esq.,
at Graham, on Monday night,the Sth inst ,
and was buried at Cove Creek, in this
county, on the 10th. The relatives and
friends of the deceased express great
gratitude to Mr. and Mrs. Litz for their |
kindness to her during her illness.
A few days ago an egg which was sup?
posed to contain two yellows w as broken
open at Dr. T. G. Witten's and was found
to contain within its shell not only the
usual meat of an egg but also another small
egg complete, shell and all. The small egg
was at one end and was about the size of
the very Email eggs sometimes laid by
chicken hens. Has anyone of our readers
ever seen a similar natural curiosity?
Some of the hunters of this vicinity are
making a mistake while hunting turkeys.
They are shooting domestic fowls under
the impression that they are wild. On
Monday two men got into a flock of Mr.
Wm. S. Thompson,who lives near Wittens
Mills, and killed nine of his turkeys before
they found out they were not wild ones.
The gunners ought to be more careful or
they will get into trouble.
Men's suits from $3.50 to $18.00
Boys' " ? " .75 " 12.00
Men's overcoots " 3.50 " 15.00
Boys' " " 3.00 " 10.00
Mackintoshes " 2.50 " 7.50
Black Slickers 2.50
Pommel " (riding coat) 3.50
Shoes from 1.25 to 4.50
Boots " 1.50 ?' 3.50
We buy the best from the best and largest
manufacturers in this country. Our ex?
penses are light and small profits satisfy
us. We guarantee every piece that leaves
our store to give satisfaction.
Harman & Born mo re.
Mr. James D. Johston, formerly a lead?
ing attorney at Pearisburg, Giles county,
Va., died suddenly at his home at Roa
noke, Va., on last Sunday morning. The
deceased was born at Pearisburg, was 60
years old, and up to the time of his re?
moval from that place, a few years ago, was
one of the most influential and respected
citizens of Giles county. He was a man of
fine character and an excellent lawyer.
He married a Miss Fowler, sister of Hon.
I. C. Fowler. His wife and five children,
three daughters and two sons.survive him.
Epworth League Meeting.
The literary meeting of the Epworth
League was held at the residence of Dr. T.
G. Witten on Tuesday night and was well
attended, notwithstanding the weather
was very inclement. The programme for
the evening was a musical one, being sub?
stituted for the literary one that has here?
tofore obtained at such meetings. The j
programme was an interesting one and
was as follows:
1. Vocal solo, "Annie Laurie," by F. D.
2. Vocal solo, "Juanita," Miss Anna
3. Cornet solo, Serenade. "Summer j
Night," E. M. Lilly,
4. Vocal solo, "Old Kentucky Home,"
Miss Jessie O'Keeffe.
5. Brass quartette, "Rock of Ages,"
Kitts, Lilly, Landon and Haukins.
0. Vocal quartette, "Good Night,"
Misses Louisa and Narcissa Pendleton and
Messrs. F. D. Kitts and Blair Hankins.
At the conclusion of the programme,
which was made up of old balads and se
lections, delightful refreshments were]
served by the Misses Witten.
The union thanksgiving services will be
held this year at the Methodist church. Rev.
Mr. Foster of the Baptist church wili
preach the sermon. This was the year for
the Baptist church, but owing to the fact
that Mr. Foster and others of his flock
will be out of to'vn until within a day or
two of thanksgiving, he preferred that it
be held at the Metnodist church. It is
hoped that every one will attend, as this
is a citizens' day as well as a Chrietain's
Suspension of Lynchburg Daily Press.
After an existence of three and a half I
months duration the Lynchburg Daily
Press has suspended. The Hon. H. M.
j Smythe and Thos. D. Bailie were proprie?
tors. In the notice of suspension it is an?
nounced that the Press will appear "in one |
of the two neighboring cities" under prac?
tically the same editorial management.
We have received the first number of
the Weekly Register, published at Poca
hontas, Va., by A. F. Hendricks as editor
and publisher, with W. H. Frazier as
local editor and solicitor. The paper is an
8 page 5 column sheet, is neat typograph?
ically and exceedingly newBy. We wel?
come the Register to our exchange list.
To Our Patrons for 1898.
Yon will want an exquisitely artistic cal
enda?. File application for one now, with
A. Goodman, the reliable liquor dealer, of
CEDAR BLUFF ITEMS.
Many were made to feel sad last Sat?
The Rev. J. N. Harman, of Tazewell,
was in town on Monday.
Rev. W. W. Newberry is moving from
east to west end of town.
There was prayer meeting at Wingate's
Chapel last Sunday. During the meeting
there was one conversion.
Mrs. Fannie Belton is very sick. She
was taken eick at the graveyard yester?
Mr. J. H. Hall was in town last Sunday.
We are always glad to.see Judge.
Sylvester Ratliff, of Richlands, and
James H. McCall, of Doran, were also in
town on the Sabbath day.
The death of Mr. Doc Wheeler on Sat?
urday created a good deal of excitement.
He was mashed about 12 o'clock, m, and
died the next morning about san up.
Mrs. Ceo. Brown, of Midway, has been
in town visiting Mrs. Dr. Peery.
There were two burials at Jones' Chapel
on Sunday at the same hour. Something
that very seldom happens in this country.
Old Uncle Jimmie Carnes, of Baptist
Valley,was at the Bluff to day.
POUNDING MILL ITEMS.
Preaching here at present, ccnducted by
Rev's. Harman and Harless, with a good
attendance at the meetings.
Mr. N. E. Helton, of Hazel Springs,
Washington County, Va., is here looking
for timber to ship, and other attractions
IVe regret to learn this morning that
Doc Wheeler, of Ceder Bluff, was mashed
to death while undermining a wall of dirt
for the factory of Scott Bros, at that place
on Saturday evening.
Mr. S. S.Sturgilland family will move to
Bluefield today. We wish them success in
their new home.
Mr. H. F. Hunt, of this place, left last
Friday for Brownetown, Indiana, to visit
his sister, Mrs.E. M. Wells. He went
by the way of Cincinnati.
Messrs. William and Walter Durham
and Henry Dailey, of Cedar Bluff, were
guests at Oak Grove last Sunday.
Mr. C. W. Ascue, of Paint Lick, passed
through town Sunday evening en route to
We learn today that there will be two
buryings at Jone's Chapel at 12:30 today.
We are greatly pleased that Mr. Spratt
' got there."
Nov. 15th, 1897
The regular November term of the
county court began on Tuesday. Nothing
of importance was done in the court on
that day. On yesterday the court was en?
gaged in the trial of the Commonwealth
vs. Dol Mays. He is being tried for ab?
duction and is charged wi th having abducted
a young girl, under sixteen years of age, by
the name of Sally Shrader, who lived near
Tip Top in this county. The Charge is a
very serious one. There is another in?
dictment we are informed against Mays for
On last Friday night a social party was
given at the residence of Mr. 0. E. Hop?
kins, three miles west of town. A number
of young ladies and gentlemen of the town
and community attended and report a
All who have subEcribed for the Repub?
lican and sent their names through Mr.
Joseph White and promised to pay in
corn, will please deliver the corn at station
and notify Mr. White at Cedar Bluff, Va.
All Have Disappeared.
"1 suffered with rheumatism in my back
and shoulders. My head ached and I was
very weak. I concluded to take Hood's
Sarsaparilla. In a short time I felt better.
I have now taken seven bottles and the
headache, rheumatism and that tired feel?
ing have all disappeared." Mrs. Ida C.
Crim, Wadesville, Va.
Hood's Pills act easily and promptly on
the liver and bowels. Cure eick headache.
Diversions of Newfoundland Politics
Springfield Republican, (Ind).
During the recent Parliamentary cam?
paign in Newfoundland the editor of the
St. John's "Herald" ore morning found
himself referred to in the St. John's "Tel?
egram" as "a palsied brat" and "a nervous
paralytic." That the Almighty had in?
flicted him with certain infirmitives the
editor of the "Herald" wasready to admit,
but he immediately saw to it that one
Murphy, who bad been responsible for the
obnoxious article, received his due. It is
an interesting study of Newfoundland
politics to follow the charges of the indict?
ment thereupon preferred agaiuBt Murphy.
That he is soaked with rum.
That he is always drunk when a crisis
That he washes himself only twice a
That he is always placed in the ships
hold when traveling.
That the hotels decline to receive him
as a guest.
That his mere presence in a city is
standing proof that the public health is
not properly attended to.
Yet Murphy was elected to the office for
which he was a candidate.
John C. Bnllitt, Jr., of Duluth, Minn.,
a brother of Joshua F. Bnllitt, Jr., of Big
Stone Gap, Va., committed suicide at the
Central Railroad Hotel, in New York, on
the 12th icst. He addressed a note to hit
brother before committing the act which
was found in his room. For several
months the mental condition of the de?
ceased had been uncertain.
WELL, VA., TH?RS:
CUBA REJECTS AUTONOMY.
General Gormez Said to Have so In?
New York, Nov. 14.?In a dispatch from
Washington printed in this morning's
"Sun," it is stated that though General
Gormez, the Cuban patriots have abso?
lutely rejected the Spanish offers of auton?
omy for the island and that ofhcial infor?
mation to that efiect lias been received by
The notification came in the form of a
proclamation, which recitesl the struggles
af the Cuban people to] secure independ?
ence, makes reference" to the blood that
has been spilled and the desolation
brought on the island, and says that under
no circumstances will the Cuban patriots
be satisfied to end the war until Spain has
abandoned their country.
So Important was the communication
considered that Assistant Secretary Day of
the State Department, who has charge of
matters relating to Cuba, took it to the
White House at once and discussed its
purport with the President.
General Gomez's proclamation came
through the regular mail, and no doubt
exists as to its genuineness. Whether it
was accompanied by any letter of trans
mittal cannot be ascertained. State De?
partment officials said they knew nothing
about the document.
TURKEY READY TO FIGHT.
Relations Strained Between Bulgaria
and the Porte.
London, Nov. 14.?The unusually well
informed correspondent of the."Times" at
"The final treaty of peace between
Turkey and Greece has not yet been signed,
and the negotiations of the powers with
respect to autonemy for Crete have hardly
emerged from the initial stage, when al?
ready there are disquienting symptoms in
"The relation between Bulgaria and the
Porte are strained. The Sultan is pre?
paring for all eventualities, and 100,000
Turkish soldiers are echeloned on the Bul?
garien frontier, armed with Mausers and
amply provided with horses and guns.
"Servia, of course, would be implicated
in any complications in connection with
Macedonia while recent accounts from
Albania report signs of growing unrest.
On the whole, the outlook in the East is
in no wise reassuring."
LEE ARRIVES IN HAVANNA.
The Consul General Welcomed?Repulse
Havanna, Nov. 14.?Consul General
Fitzhugh Lee and Walter B. Barker,
United States Consul at Sagua la Grande,
arrived this afternoon on the Ward Line
steamer Seguranca. They were welcomed
by the consular officials and a large com
pauy of friends.
The insurgents dynamited a train on the
line to Sancti .Spiritus. Several care were
DAY, NOVEMBER 1
1 demolished, but fortunately only two per?
sons were injured.
The insurgents attempted to enter the
town of San Juan Yeras, Province of Santa
Clara. They succeeded in reaching the
outskirts, but, according to the official ac?
count, the garrisBon repejled them, killing
eight, whose bodies were left imthe streets.
Several of the inhabitants were wounded.
BRUTAL MURDER' IN SCOTT.
The Body of the Victim Found in a De
" sorted House by his Sister.
Bristol, Tenn., Nov. 13.?News has
reached here from Ayers, Scott county,
Va., of a brutal murder. The body of
James Blizzard was discovered in the
home of Floyd Vickers; a bullet had pene?
trated the brain and the skull was crushed
by a blow from an axe. Blizzard's body
was discovered by his sister and was
found alone, the Vickers family having
deserted the house.
Floyd Vickers is believed to have com?
mitted the deed and he had lied.
The motive for the murder is not
known, but Vickers'wife is buspected of
being the cause.
Postmaster Gage in his annual report
urges the establishment of postal savings
banks. They would not only prove safe
banks for the depositors, but would en?
courage economy and thrift among all
classes of people.
The great powers of Europe are now oc?
cupied chiefly in making alliances to keep
from fighting each other. They are afraid of
one another and are only brave when they
have an opportunity to bulldoze some
The people of Virginia will anxiously
wait for the retrenchment and reform leg?
islation promised by the Democratic party.
H?ge Tyler did not get as many votee
for Governor as O'Ferrall got four years
ago, and he got 50,000 less than Bryan re?
ceived in Virginia in 1800. This looks like
Democracy is making tremenduo?is gains
in the State.
Mr. Bryan's speeches in the recent cam?
paign in Ohio bore wonderful fruit. He
spoke in nine counties in that State, and
there was a net Republican gain of 2500 in
those nine counties.
The verdict of the recent elections in
most of the States was that the bosses
must go. What a glorious thing it will be
when the people of Virginia shall return
the same verdict.
The Madieon County News announces its
opposition to Gen. Fitz Lee for the U. S.
Senate,upon the ground that he is opposed
to free silver and because of his misman?
agement of the Glasgow boom.
Governor O'Ferrall has issued a procla?
mation, fixing Thursday, 25th of Novem?
ber as Thanksgiving day. Our people
have much better times to be thankful
J. H?ge Tyler did not receive as many
and that there arc two ways of cooking a turkey?with oyster
dressing or "some other way"?we don't cook much and have
forgotten. Let's talk about something we do know all about
?it's boots. There are two ways to make a boot?a right
way and a wrong way. There is more than one way to make
them wrong. One is to have a cheap workman make up a
good piece of leather, another way is to have a good workman
make up a poor piece of leather. There is but one way to get
up a good boot, and and that is to have good workman make
up a good piece of leather, but if you go to a workman how
are you going to tell what you will get til you get it. A good
way to get a good boot is to fiome where they are. We have
good boots. They were made by good workmen, and were
made right. You can come here and look at them, you
"don't have to" buy any of them; all you are out is a little
time. Here you can get boots that fit and will wear well.
One of the best boots in Tazewell is an oil grain. Wc have it.
It costs $3.50; you can get boots * fully as good somewhere
else for $4.00. One of the best values ever shown by us is
our veal calf, full lined vamp, 21 inch leg at $3.50. We have
other boots $1.50 up. All good ones. Men have told us that
they don't see how we can do it. Didn't expect to two months
ago, but things are somewhat different now and money talks.
Bring j'ours in and hear it.
HARRISSQN & GILLESPIE BROS
The season for Oysters has eome.4
We get them regularly, of the 4
| best quality, direct from 4
| the seashore. 4
The gardens are now stripped of their4
Summer vegetables. You need I
not deny yourself, as we 4
can supply you with 4
We have all kinds of Groceries,|
Fancy and Staple. Our store J
is a Grocery Store. 4
BUSTON & SONS, i
It Does Not TaKe Much
of your time or make any trouble for you whatever, to secure
ju9*t what you want for that fall and winter
Hat or Bonnet
if you come to our store for it. Because we have the stock
and the styles; and we have bright ideas and busy lingers
of experienced millinery trimmers, and best of all, we have
that lowness of price which is so desirable just now. Of
course yo:i will be invited out Thanksgiving, and your old
hat is not what it should be. We can fill your order and
have your hat ready for your visit on Thanksgiving.
? TAZEWELL MILLINERY CO.
votes by fifty thousand aa did Mr. Bryan
The Bowden-Brady faction continues to
make up slates and present them to the
President, but Mr. McKinley continually
declines to accept them. We hope he will
continue to do so.
News comes from Buenos Ayres that
frost has damaged the wheat harvest in
the Argentine Republic at least 10 per
The three-year-old boy of J.A. Johnson,
of Lynn Center, Iii., is subject to attacks
of croup. Mr. Johnson says he is satisfied
that the timely use of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, during a severe attack, saved his
iittle boy's life. He is in the drug business,
a member of the firm of Johnson Bros., of
that place; and they handle a great many
patent medicines for throat and lung dis?
eases. He had all the?e to choose from,and
skilled physicians ready to respond to his
call, but selected this remedy for use in his
own family at a time when his child's life
was in danger, because he knew it to be
superior to any other, and famous the
country over for its cures of croup. Mr.
lohnson says this is the best selling cough
medicine they handle, and that it gives
splendid satisfaction in all cases. Sold by
Jno. E. Jackson, druggist, Tazewell, Va.
Flood and Flanagan.
The Flood-Flanagan difficulty, which
culminated in a violent assault by the
former upon the latter in the Senate
chamber during the last session of the
Legislature,was amicably adjusted at Cum?
berland Court-house Thursday and the
two Senators shook hands. Hon. E. W.
Hubard, of Buckingham, and William M.
Smith, Esq., were selected as referees, and
they decided upon mutual withdrawals of
all offensive language and that friendly re?
lations be renewed. The two gentlemen
subscribed the required paper accordingly,
shook hands and parted friends, thus end?
ing what has been and promised to be a
most deadly and dangerous difference.?
Fredericksburg Free Lance.
To Care Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic, 10c or 25c,
If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund monfc*"
An 1/iicertain ? incase.
There is no disease more uncertain in its
nature than dyspepsia. Physicians say that
the symptoms of no two i_ases agree. It is
therefore most difficult to make a correct
diagnosis. No matter under what disguise
dyspepsia attacks you, Browns' Iron Bitters
will cure it. Invaluable in all diseases of
the stomach, blood and nerves. For w': b\
Tazdwell Drug Co., Sole Agents.
300 acres of the celebrated Seven Mile
Ford lands in Smyth county, with large,
modern brick house, two large bams and
3 tenement houses. A magnificent farm,
a splendid home, SS5 per acre. 18? acres
upland adjoining, good for grass at $25
300 to 350 acres on McAdam road, 9
miles east of Marion. 175 acres cleared and
in fine condition, more than 100 acres in
grass, neat 4 room cottage house, good
barn and outbuildings, ?7000. For fur?
ther information write to
Geo. W. Richardson,
Or the editor of this paper.
All persons, whomsoever, are hereby no?
tified and warned not to ride, haul or walk
across or otherwise trespass on my prem?
ises, especially those leased to John and
Cosby Bowman; for the law against all
such will be rigidly enforced.
Wm. G. W. Iaeger.
July 31, 1897.
Valuable to Women.
Especially valuable to women is Browns'
fron Hilters. Backache vanishes, headache
dinjipcarsi Btrengtli takes the place of weak?
ness, and the glow of health comes to the
pallid cbeek when this wonderful remedy is
taken. For sickly children or overworked
men it has no equal. No home should be
wuho,,f Browns' iron Bitters. For sale by
Tazewell Drug Co., Sole Agents.
Everybody Says So.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most won?
derful medical discovery of the age, pleas?
ant and refreshing to the taste, act gently
and positively on kidneys, liver and boweU.
cleansing the entire system, dispel colds,
cure headache, fever, habitual constipation
and biliousness. Please buy and try a box
of O. C. C. to-day; 10, 2T>, SO cents, ?old and
guaranteed to cure by all druggists.
Dyeing and Cleaning
Alice Johnson is prepared for cleaning
and dyeing all kinds of ladies and gentle?
men's garments. You will find her shop
in the Belew property, Main Street, Taze?
well, Va. Satisfaction guaranteed.
VELVET $3 Gal.
This famous brand is beyond all
doubt the finest Rye produced at
the price. We guarantee same.
6 full Qts. 4.50 per case.
L Lazarus & Co,
A two year old whiskey made
in the State that bears is name.
Made by old copper still open Gre
L. Lazarus & Co.
OLD yOlIe 2 5?
This is a elegant three year old
Maryland Rye pronounced by ex?
perts to l>e A 1.
L Lazarus & Co.
GEORGIA CORN L5o
Two years old, copper stilled by
open fire process.
L Lazarus and Co,
VA. WHITERYE $2.
Made in mountains of Virginia.
A pleasant, soft and elegant drink.
L. Lazarus and Co,
$1.50, $2, $2.50, $3. & $4.
Beware of Imitated Brands
By other dealers at supposed
Your Money Back,
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L. Lazarus & fr
Prompt Attention to Mail Orders.
fora ^fes*^ PHONOGRAPHY,
situation. ^gJllfe^ Type-Writing
Ate*? wilbur r. smith,
For circular of l'g fair.nfs aud rosponslblo
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UTOSITY
AwaitlcU SCndnl at XVorld'a Exposition.
Refers to (lion?anilj of fradnatei ia positfoM.
Cost of Full Baalncaa Course; fticlndlng Tili
tion, Books and UnnrJ in family, ahoul *.*).
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MTThe Kentucky University Diploma, uudei *'sl,
awarded grarinaUgj T.it.TcrjrlVurpef.eo, it d*?ir?d.
NovaniUua. Enternovr. Graduate* ?nccNcfnl.
In order W hare ifwr UUm rtnek tu, addrtm ci.lv,
At Pocahontas, Va.
I offer for sale my new, well erected
brick building near the depot. Suitable
for any kind of business. Best location in
tewn. For terms apply to
FREE TO LADIES ONLY.
A beautiful Floral Calendar for 1S9S.
To ladies who have taken Brown's Iron
Bitters will he sent free a beautiful Floril
Calendar, without advertising on it. Send
two 2c. stamps for postage. Write ad?
dress plainly and be sure to mention this
paper. Brown's Iron Bitters Co., Balti?
Job Work. . .
Is complete. All kinds
of work done neatly and promptly.
and Special Jobs.
Our prices will be as low as those
of any first-class office.