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TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
Gathered in And Around Town By Our
Resident And County
Mr. F. M. Moss, of Buike's Garden,
was in town yesterday.
O-Tbe Export Cigar at Tobst & Wingo's is
ane.s cigar in town. It is extra good,
The young people had a party at the
. residence of Mrs. M. 1.. Floyd on last Fri?
The health conditions of Tazewell are
now excellent. There is no one seriously
sick in the town.
Go and look at the handsome display of
Fancy China in the windows of Pobst &
Mr. E. 1.. Greever went to Marion last
week on professional business, and got
back home on Monday.
Revs. Joseph Stras and T. T. Fishburn
have started a revival service in the old
opera house at Roanoke.
Pobst and Wingo have the finest stock
of China and Glassware ever brought to
Some tine slaughtered hogs are being
brought to town. The market price paid
here for pork is S5 per cwt.
We are informed by Mr. Youcg, post?
master, that tiie money order business at
the post office is very heavy.
Maj. Brittain is on the sick list with a se?
vere cold. A few days ago his friends
feared that he had the pneumonia.
Books are very cheap at Pobst ec Wingo's.
Thev have hundred? of volumes by the
best authors, at popular prices.
l>r. Rolla Witten, who has been very
ill for the past week, is now resting very
well, but be is s-ti 11 in a critical condition.
Pobst iV: Wingo are now receiving a large
line of Christmas goods which they will
particular}- set fourth in their space next
Mr. T. A. Lynch has gone to Richmond,
and we are informed will be appointed
?^nilel-K "of "one of the committees of the
Rev. I. P. Martin was too much indis?
posed to preach on last Sunday night, and j
the pulpit at the Methodist church was j
tilled by Lev. Geo. Bustou.
Hon. A. St. Clair, Col. A. J. Mly, S. D.
May, Esq., and Messrs. T. A. Lynch and
G. W. DoaK dined with Col. John G.
Watts on Thanksgiving day.
Dr. Hall, who had been recreating at
the Blue Sulphur Inn, at Cedar Bluff, re?
turned home yesterday, very much
benetitted by his brief period of rest.
The congregation of the Christian church
having so'd their building to the High
School, arc now holding all their service?
in the chapel of the Seminary building.
A. Goodman, the well known liquor
dealer of rocahontas, Va., will be lepre- j
dented every court day at Tazewell, Va., j
by J.I. Weinberger. See him at the Cen?
tral Iloiei, room 15.
Peery & Dodd place a large advertise-1
ment on the fourth page of the Repub
j.iv.\.<- announcing the arrival at their store
of a splendid stock of Christmas goods.
Mrs. S. A. Bogle is still quite ill at the
home of her :? ister, Mr. Kate C. Peery. |
Mrs. Bogle is getting very old and her |
friends haven't any hopes of her getting
The farmers inTazewell are very much 1
discouraged at the prospect for a wheat
crop next year. Many of them report a
poor stand owing, to the continued dry
Mrs. Howard Perkinson, of Charlottes
ville, was on a visit to Mrs. Walton this
week, and left yesterday for "Tangle
wood," ner estate near Witten 'a Mills, in
It is said there will be a change in the
schedule on the Clinch Valley Division of
tin X. . ?iailway on next Sunday.
We are not informed as to what changes
will be made.
The societies of Tazewell College tried
to have a candy pulling on last Friday
night. They boiled the sugar until about
11 o'clock and then tried to pull it, but it
would not pull.
We were shown this week a very large
radish tiiat was grown in the garden of
Mr. H. W. Pobst. It was the largest we
have ever seen, an.l was two feet in length
and nine inches in diameter.
Men's suits from $3.50 to 81 $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
Hoots " 1.50 " 3.50 J
We buy the best from the best and largest
manufacturers in this country. Our ex?
penses arc light and small profits satisfy
us. We guarantee every piece that leaves
our store to give satisfaction.
H.UlMA.N it BOTTIMORE.
A splendid wild turkey gobbler was
brought to town Moni1 ? that had been
killed in Poor Valley by a Mr. Webb. The
turkey weighed 20 lbs., and soon passed
into the possession of Col. Alderson.
Mrs. Ii. G. McCall died suddenly at her
horn?, in Crockett's Cove, on last Satur?
day morning at 5 o'clock. TLe cause of
her death was appoplexy. The deceased
had recently recovered from typhoid fe?
Dr. T. E. Peery has located at Bluefield,'
West Va., and will devote himself to the
work of a specialist in eye, ear, nose and
throat diseases. He will make regauir
visits to Tazewell for the treatment of
The December term of Tazewell circuit
court will begin next Monday, with Judge
Jackson presiding. While the chancery
and common law dockets.each^avea num?
ber of cases on them, there are no eases of
magnitude that are likely to be heard at
the approaching term.
The Washington Post of the 26th uk
eays: "The union Thanksgiving sermon
at the Vermont Avenue Christian Church
was preached by Kev. Cephas Shelburne,
I of-RockviHe, Md., from the text "All
j things are yours." The Post gives a
? lengthy synopsis of the sermon, and it was
I not only a very interesting but an able dig
ReA. J. N. Barman will preach at the
Seminary building next Sunday at 11,
Messrs. Krey, Price ? Co., produce
commission merchants, of Washington, D.
C, place an advertisement in the Repub?
lican, which will be found on the fourth
page. This firm has been selling dressed
poultry from Southwest Va. for a number
of years. The house was established in
1879 and has been a continuous success.
The B. P.O. Elks, of Bluefield, will hold
memorial services on next Sunday at 2 p.m.
These services will be held in memory of
four members of the Bluefield Lodge who
died in 1S97. Among the number was
JohnS. Young, brother of our townsman
W. (i. Young, Esq., who passed a great
part of his life m Tazewell. A number
of gentlemen from this place will attend
the services, among them several members
of the Clinch Valley Commam'ey. K. T.,
of which Commander/ Mr. Young was
a member. \
"I was so weak 1 could hardly waik
across my room. I had no appetite. 1 be?
gan taking Hood's Sarsaparille and before
1 had taken it many days my appetite was
improving and 1 felt Stronger. I continued
its use until I was able to work. Hood's
Sarsaparilla has also relieved me of asth?
ma."' S. A. Morris, Mesic, N. C.
Hood's Pil!s are the best family cathai
tic and liver medicine. Gentle, reliable,
Thanksgiving Service at Methodist
?According to previous announcement
Thanksgiving Service was held in the
Methodist church onlast.Thursday. There
was quite a large congregation and the
following was the order of services:
1. Hymn, "Come, Thou Almighty
2. Prayer, Rev. A. A. Ferguson,
g. Anthem, "0 Come let us Sing."
4. Scriptual Beading.
5. Collection for poor.
G. Voc-al Solo, Mrs. Dover, "Holy City."
7. Sermon, Rev. Poster.
D. Hymn, "All hail the Power of Jesus'
Thanksgiving at The Episcopal Church.
An interesting Tbankgiving service was
rendered at tie above church last Thurs?
day and was attended by a good congre?
gation. The special service for this oc?
casion as contained in their Prayer Book
was used and was greatly enhanced by the
good music rendered by the choir. The
addition cf a cornet by Mr. E. E. Work?
man and the violin by Mr. W. H. Alder
son added mucii to the enjoyment of the
service. An interesting and suitable ser?
mon was preached by the Rector, the Rev.
W. D. Bockner, on the different ways a
Christian can render gratitude to Cod, and
showed his hearers the obligation resting
on them for this important duty.
Silver Tongued Quartette.
Tiie celebrated Silver Tongued Quartette,
of Lynchburg, Va., will give an entertain?
ment at the town hall on next Monday
night for the benefit of the Rectory iund
of Stras Memorial Church. A splendid
entertainment may L>3 expected, as we are
informed by those who have heard the
quartette that it is finely trained and
Refreshments will be served after the
musical programme is completed.
^ew Grocery Store.
Tynes Bros, have opened a new grocery
store on Railroad Avenue. Their store
room is one of the neatest in town, and the
few days they have been in business have
demonstrated that they have made no
mistake in the location of their store.
They have started off with an excellent
trade and expect to enlarge their business
by handling the best goods at the cheap?
est prices. See their large announcement
advertisement on the .'>rd page of the Re?
The first quarterly meeting tor this year
will be held in the Methodist church
Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 11; b and
12th. Rev. J.Tyler Erazier expects to be
present and will do the preaching.
How to Prevent Pneumonia.
At this'time of the year a cold is very
easily contracted, and if 1-ft to run its
course without the aid of some reliable
cough medicine is liable to result in that
dread disease, pneumonia. We know of
no better remedy to cure a cough or cold
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. We
have used it quite extensively and it has
always given entire satisfaction.?Olagah,
Ind Ter. Chief.
This is the only remedy that is known
to be a certain preventive of pneumonia.
Among the many thousands who., have
used it Lr colds and la grippe, we have
never yet learned of a single case having
resulted in pneumonia. Persons who
hnvtfpeak lungs or have reason to fear an
attaclT of pneumonia, should keep the
remedy at hand. The 25 and 50cent sizes
for sale by J. E. Jackson, druggist.
On last Thursday the guests of the
Pocabontas Inn sat down to a Thanksgiv?
ing dinner which was a splendid one, as
will be seen by the following menu:
Cream of Chicken Soup.
Celery. Radish* s. Olives.
Roast Turkey, Cranberry Sauce.
Barbecued O'possum, Sweet Potatoes.
Chicken Giblets, with Rice,
Mashed Potatoes. String Beans.
Escoloped Onions. Bananca Fritters.
Cauliflower Cream Sauce.
English Plum Pudding, Brandy Sauce.
Orange Sherbert, White Cake.
Cheese. Fruit. Crackers.
SHOT FOR AUSTRIAN MOB.
Military Force Necessary to Suppress
EMPIRE'S PEACE IN JEOPARDY.
Outbreaks at Vienna and Gratz?The Au?
thorities Defied and Infantry Re?
quired to Restore Peace Among the
Vienna, Nov. 27.?Since the wildly ex?
citing scenes were inaugurated in the
lower House of the Austrian Parliament
nothing has approached the mob law and
violence that disgraced the session of to-day.
Dr. Woltl", the German Nationalist leader,
delied all authorities to repress him and
was, after a desperate struggle, bound and
gagged. Then he was bundled into a cab
and titken to a police station. Mark
Twain, who had be.m viewing the extra?
ordinary scenes, was violently ejected
from the House, and during his exit was
struck a severe blow by a Czech Deputy.
Attacks were also made on the President
of the House.
MolJ DISPERSED AT SWORD'S POINT.
This evening the police were compelled
repeatedly to disperse excited political
crowds which gathered in the Rings
Strasse between the Parliament House
and the University buildings.
In front of the former a mob number?
ing 2000, principally composed of students,
assembled and hooted ami groaned at the
police, Gnally attacking the officers with
etones. Eventually the police were ordered
to clear the streets, which they did with
ItlOTI.N'G AT GRATZ.
At Gratz, the capital of Styria, a band
of students and other young men started
to parade the steets, but were prevented
by the police from carrying out their in?
tentions and compelled to disperse.
Later in tiie evening a riotous crowd of
workman assembled in the business quar?
ter of the town and began to break win?
dows and commit other excesses.
FIBED l l'OX BX TROOPS.
Four companies of infantry and a squad
of cavalry were Bummmoned to the scene
of the disturbances. L'pon their arrival
the infantry were assailed with a shower of
stones and were compelled to lire upon
the mob. killing two and wounding five of
Of the injured four are suffering from
bayonet thrusts. Several police officers
also hurt. The disordet continued until
shortly before midnight, when the streets
were cleared and military patrol of the
city wits established.
BEAR GARDEN IX TUE HOUSE
Notwithstanding the rumors that Par?
liament was to be dissolved, the bear-gar?
den scenes in the lower House of the
Reichsrath were continued. When the
President, Dr. Abrahamovics, appeared
there was a chorus of "Shame upon you!"
from the Leftists, accompanied by a deaf?
ening noise of whistles and the slamming
of desk lids. Many of the Letfists gathered
in front of the President's platform,
shouting and blowing tin trumpets and
flutes, while the President was ringing his
bell for order. This scene lasted about an
hour, during which time the President
quietly remained seated.
PELTED THE PBESIDBKT.
As the President was leaving the House
a number of Leftists pelted him w ith paper
balls. Thereupon the President returned
and stood unuioved as the House was
filled with the noise caused by the trum?
pet blowing, handclapping upon the part
of the liightists and other disturbances.
After waiting ten minutes, and the uproar
continuing, he left the platform.
T11K SITTING ADJOL'RXJil).
At about 10.-10 A. M. the Vice President
appeared and declared the tting closed,
adding that the date of t! i next session
would be communicated to the members
of the House by letter.
Of the 01 persons arrested during the
street demonstration Here yesterday LJ
have been sent before the Provincial Tri?
bunal, charged with causing an illegal as?
semblage and with holding up the author?
ities to contempt. One was charged
with public violence, ten were denounced
to the Publi c Prosecutor for trespassing,
live will be tried for interfering with offi?
cial acts, fifteen have been fined and one
person has been acqu itted. The cases of
the rest have not been decided.
MAY DISSOLVE PARLIAMENT.
It is reported ia official circles this
evening the Emperor Francis Joseph in?
tends to demand the resignation of Count
Badeni, the Austrian Premier; to dissolve
the Reichsrath, and to order new elections.
PEACE OF THE EMPIRE INVOLVED.
A delegation of the opposition leaders of
all sections waited upon Count. Badeni to?
day and urged him to put an end to the
Dr. Leuger, the anti-Semite Burgomaster
of Vienna, also visited the Premier and
represented to him the dangerous temper
of the populace, saying that the people
were becoming more and mo:e exe'ted,
and that something must be done if seri?
ous trouble was to be avoided.
After to-day's session the majority's
Parliamentary Committee met and re?
solved to defer planning its course until
the Government communicated its inten?
tions to the House.
A crowd of students during the after?
noon aaKembled on the Reichsstrasse and
indulged in demonstrations until they
were dispersed by the police.
Don't be pursuaded into buying lini?
ments without reputation or merit?Cham?
berlain's pain balm costs no more, and its
merits have been proven by a test of many
years. Such letters as the following, from
L. G. Bngley, Hueneme, Cal., are con?
stantly being received: "The best remedy
for pain I have ever used is Chamber?
lain's Pain Balm, and I say so after hav?
ing used it in my family for several years."
It cures rheumatism, lame back, sprains
and swellings. For sale by Jno. E. Jack?
iWELL, VA., TH?RS
BURKE'S GARDEN ITEMS.
Burke's Garden is a very modest little
place and we don't raise news like short
Messrs. John Long and John Fox are
conspicuous by their absence. They went
to Bland with a double end in view, viz.
To buy cattle to stock their blue grass
farms and to put in Sunday at more im?
Dr. Warner, of Bland, came over on a
professional visit to see Mr. James Grose
close, who is now recovering from a severe
attack of typhoid fever.
Who sent a kiss to Salem and had it re?
turned by first mail?
.Master Wade Correll went home Friday
Mr. ' Latin" John Thompson continues
to be very feeble.
Mr. E. King Crockett was seen trading
in our midst last Saturday.
Several carpenters are working on the
Mr. ^t. ('lair passed through. We pre?
dict he had been somewhere and was going
Some of the boys may climb to the lop
most round on the ladder of fame, and
reach the loftiest Height and yet not
reach Miss Fiorence.
Mr. M. L. Peery is rebuilding the Crock?
One of Miss Kate's pupils graduated at
the academy and is now taking a post
graduate course at the University of B. G.
120th St. and Jerusalem Avenue.
Mr. George Mahood lias lat?ly moved
from Graham to this place.
Mr. Emmett Peery and his friend, .Mr.
Mustarfl$fcjjgtev;a short lime at Mr. Jas. S.
Peery's, and returned to Sharon Springs.
Mr. Clinton Barns is one of the visitors.
He is at Mr. F M. Moss's.
Mr. J. B. Meek shipped a car load of
cattle to New York last Thursday.
The B. G. Circle will meet at Mr. F. M.
Moss's at its next regular meeting. The
program will be devoted to the works of
Thos. Nelson Page. T.
CEDAR BLUFF ITEMS.
Drummers are thick in town today.
Mr. R. F. Cecil has gone to Grundy this
Mr. Geo. C. Peery is visiting his mother
The trial between Jas. II. Gillespie and
Jasper Jones, concerning the wagon mat?
ter, has not been decided yet.
Mr. Clint, Asbury is slowly impioving in
Mr. A. M. White, of Middle Creek, has
gone into the tar business.
J. J. Tot ten, the silversmith, has moved
into our town.
The prayer meeting at Mr. Samuel Prof
DAY, DECEMBER 5
fits was a success last Sunday,
Rev. J. 0. McNiel preached at Win
gate's chapel last Saturday and Suuda)
The Baptist of Cedai Bluff would bt
glad to have the Rev. W. C. Foster, pas?
tor of the Baptist church at Tazewell,
send us some minutes of the Association,
and also come and preach for us.
Rev. W. W. Newberry preached three
sermons last Sunday, one here at 11 a. m.,
at Davis' chapel at :> p. m., at Richlands
C. L. Williams & Bro., of Tazewell, are
here taking photographs. Williams seems
understand his business.
.?tflams Bros, loaded three cars of nice
lumber last week at this place.
Mr. Thomas A. Kepass has a good school
on Middle Creek. Mr. Repass is an ex?
perienced teacher and knowshow to "teach
the young idea how to shoot."
Thanksgiving has passed, and tl.e tur?
nkeys are not only looking lonesome but
are dreadfully Ecarce.
There is a probability that coal opera?
tions will start by next spring at Doran.
Dr. J. J. Johnson is very sick and his
recovery is considered doubtful.
The prayer meeting at Wingate's chape
last Sunday was a pleasant one. We al?
ways enjoy Mrs. Hawkins' talks.
Miss Maud Gillespie was visiting home
folks 1 ist week, accompanied by Miss Ora
Dailey, of Baptist Valley.
Dr. li b Hall, of your place, has been
staying at the Blue Sulphur Inn and
drinking the fine mineral water at that re?
sort. He says he has gained ten pounds
in four days and can eat a big slice of fat
Mr. Wesley Whitley, of North Tazewell,
was visiting friends at this place on Satur?
day and Sunday.
Mrs. John Mcllenry, of Baptist Valley,
was in our town today. Recorteh.
Nov. 30, 1S97.
Medical men say rheumatism is the fore?
runner of heart disease. Hood's Sarsapa
rilla cures rheumatism by its action on the
PAINT LICK AND MIDWAY ITEMS.
A lad's among ye's takin notes.
Corn husking the order of the day.
Rev. Newberry preached an excellent
sermon at Midway church Sunday. Sub?
ject: Having the foim cf Godliness but
not knowing the power thereof.
Miss Maggie Lester will return this eve?
ning from Abingdon and Saltville, where
she has been visiting her relatives.
We were glad to see Mr. T. A. Repass,
Sr., in our burg. He was visiting his son,
James A. Repass, our kind and genial
One of our young men seems to have
found something at Cedar UlufT to draw
bis attention from the young ladies of this
and that there are 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 come 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. We 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 yours in and hear it.
HARRISSON & GILLESPIE BROS. -
? - 4
?The season for Oysters has come.4
? We get them regularly, of the 4
I best quality, direct from 4
I the seashore.
I ~ .!
?The gardens are now stripped of their4
J Summer vegetables. You need 4
f not deny yourself, as we
I can supply you with
I CANNED VEGETABLES. 4
have ail kinds of Groceries,!
j Fancy and Staple. Our store
f is a Grocery Store.
STON & SONS,
It Does Not TaKe Much
of your tiaie or make any trouble for you whatever, to secure
just what you want for that fall and winter
Hat or Bonnet
if vou come to our store for it. Because we have the stock
and the styles; and we have bright ideas and busy fingers
of experienced millinery trimmers, and best of all, we have
that lowness of price which is so desirable just now. Of
course you 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.
vicinity. Where there's a Will there's a
A cow belonging to Mr. Joe Elswick
died a lew davs ago from what was sup?
posed to be hydrophobia. Several ca?
nines have keen killed, in this neighbor?
hood, afllicted with the rabies. Moral:
Always give a mad dog the road.
Pleasant, bracing, healthful weather,
everybody well and enjoying life, all wil?
ling to live longer. Go Slow.
Nov. 30, '97.
TRIGG IN TROUBLE AGAIN.
A very bad counterfeiter was arrested
today by one of our town officers and
lodged in jail. He is one Win. Trigg
Moore, and a white man. Trigg is a great
sport. His father left him a considerable
amount of property about four years ago,
but he has run through with it and created
all the debts he could. Now he tries to
mould his own money to carry on his
racket in this locality. He tried to pass
his spurious money on a Hungarian.
When arrested he had $4.00 of the "qneer"
in his pocket and had passed some all
around in town. Trigg was at Tazewell
this week with his free silver and the peo?
ple up there had better look out. He
seems to think that free silver carried in
the election last year and that he had a
right to coin all he can make use of.
Trigg says there are four more persons im?
plicated with him. They had better wait
until we get free coinage of silver before
they commence to stamp it for uncle Sam.
Rain here today and we are glad to get
All the Pedet family in jail for rocking
a house at Poca.
J. L. Hess caught a big coon on Laurel
creek and intends to have a cap made out
of the skin. There is a big stir on Laurel
.creek, everybody is being aummonad
against Trigg Moore in behalf of the Flat
Top Land Co., for cutting timber.
Pocahontas, Va., Sept. 26th 1S97.
Rev. Harless preached at Miles' chapel
again last Sunday.
G. B. Hurt attended court at Grundy
Joe Smith went to Cedar Bluff last Sat?
Mrs. John Grady spent Thanksgiving at
J. W. Smith's.
Miss Maggie Gillepie went to Richlands
Some of our ; young people are well
pleased with the Thanksgiving turkey they
Mrs. J. N. Smith visited her daughter
at Paint Lick last Monday and Tuesday.
Miss Mattie Stephenson, of Pounding
Mill spent part of last week with relatives
Mr. R. G. McCall was called away last
Saturday by the death of bis sister-in-law
Mrs. R. G. McCall.
J. Sam Gillespie is back and the girls
Mr. and Mrs. Hand spent last Sunday
with Mrs. Hand's father, Mr. Rufe Gilles
Mrs. Lou Edmonds attended Bro. Har
less' meeting here last Sunday.
Girls did you ever want to go to Steeles?
burg and get disapointed?
Misses Gertrude and Ollie Davis were
out driving on last Thursday.
Jim McCall, the girls' favorite, went to
Tazewell last Thursday.
Mr. Claude Davis was Eeen emiling over
Hurt& McCall's counter at two of Doran's
most charming young ladies last Friday.
Mrs. John Shreve has been visiting rel?
atives in Poon Valley for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. McGoaw, of Steelesburg,
attended church here last Sunday.
Doran, Nov. SOtto '
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 fire
L-J^wus & Co.
oft) VA. GLADE 25?
This is a elegant three year old
Maryland Kye pronounced by ex?
perts to he A 1.
L. Lazarus & Co.
GEORGIA CORN 15*
Two years old, copper stilled by
open fire process.
L. Lazarus and Go,
VA. WHITERYE $2,
Made in mountains of Virginia.
A pleasant, soft and elegant drink.
L, Lazarus mi Co,
$1.50, $2, $2.50, $3. & $4.
Beware of Imitated Brands
By other dealers at supposed
Your Money Back,
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A*:r*WILEUR R. SMITH,
For circular of big funoiu an 1 rt3pouslb!o
COHMERDfAL COLLEGE OF KY. ?HIVEBSlTf
Awarded K.->.2.*?! at Tt'orltPa ExpositJoa.
Refers to lliun-nnth of irrnilunte* in p^ftioas.
t'osl ol i'u'I It .n.iivna ( iiuiie. incln<!fXui.
tion, Buok.-> ami Board m family, aluut i&.
Stott^Typo-Wrhbg, and Talegaph7,Sp6eal&i
CSTTi:? Kentucky t"r.iver-':y Diploma, un lei ml,
iwimleil graduate*. I.ko.atyCount) free, Ifmndrod.
*io vacalio:i. Bute-mow. Grailn>il?i mccee^ful.
In order hurt varr ttUrrt rvcA in, ai'dr..* nr.ty,
WILSUR n SMITH1 i-XINC-TON.KY.
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
town. For terms apply to
All who have subscribed for the Repub?
lican and sent their names through Mr.
Joseph White and promised to pay in
corn, will pi ease deliver the corn at station
and notify Mr. White at Cedar Bluff, Va.
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Yoor l ife Away.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag
netlc, full of life, nerve and vigor, talie No-To
Bac, the wonder-worker, tbat makes weak men
strong. All druggists, 50c or 81. Cure guaran?
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York.
Is complete. All kinds
of vfork done neatly and promptly.
and Special Jobs.
Our prices will be as low as those
of any first-class office.