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Town and County News
Gathered in Ami Around Town By Our
Resident And County
Hon. Henry Botren was in town Mon?
Mn. Nancy Iligginbotlmni is convales
ing from the grippe.
Mr. John Ii. Ureevor,of Burkes'Gnrden,
was in town Monday.
Mr. Barns Gilleppie went to Bristol
last Monday on professional business.
Mr. E. L. Wright, editor and proprie?
tor of the Clinch Valley News is sick.
All the ioe houses in this community
were tilled during the cold weather last
Mrs. Baylor, mother of Mr. Ben Bay?
lor, has recovered from a recent attack of
Mr. A. H. Patton, who has been teach?
ing at Paint Lick, is spending the week in
our town. '
Col. Joseph llarrisson was very much
indisposed the first of the week, but is
now all right.
A little two year- old child of Mr. Alex
J?gers died just south of town on last
Saturday morning.
The Princes of the 0. M. A. met in their
Castle on Wednesday night for the purpose
of conferring degrees.
Mrs. H. Bone Harman and her daugh?
ter?, Miss OUette and Mrs. W. T. Gillespie,
are improving.
The ground-hog did not see his shadow
on Tuesday, for which the country should
be profoundly thankful.
Mrs. W. M. Davis, of Marion,Va.,fell on
the ice Monday of last week and broke
her leg just above the ankle.
James Cline's little son, who has been
ill with pneumonia, is now convalescent.
Mr. Cline lives on Cabots Creek.
On last Saturday night eleven new mem?
bers were Laken into Banner Lodge No.
154, 1. O. 0. F., at Richlands.
Mr. W. W. Naylor, who has been con?
fined fur ?ume days with lumbago, got to
his shop again on Wednesday.
Mr. Nick Surface, who was keptiat home
eeveral days with the grippe, is out at?
tending to his business again.
Buston & Son,present our readers a new
advertisement. They offer for sale articles
that are substantial and appetizing.
Mr. W. H.Brown and wife, of If Orth"
Tazewoll, are l>oth ill. Mr. Brown has
grippe and Mrs. Brown has pneumonia.
Mr.Modock McKenzie] went to Mc
Kunzie, West Virginia, on Saturday to
visit his father, and returned on Monday.
Neuralgia is the prayer of the nerves for
pure blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the
oOe true Blood Purifier and nerve builder.
The Va. Photo Company make a change
in their advertisement this week. If you
want your "picture taken" in first class
Btyle call on them.
Mr. J. Frank Morrow is now with the
Republican aa foreman of the office. He
comes highly recommended as an "all
round" printer."
There in some talk of building a inew
hotel on part of the site of the old Virgin?
ia Hotel. It is not yet known whether the
movement w;ll materialize.
Mrs. O. E. Hopkins and eeveral ot her
children have been quite sick during the
past few days, but we now have favorable
reports as to their condition.
Mrs. Lizzie Yost, the venerable widow
of Win. Yost, decJ., has been very ill at
her home with pneumonia and other com?
plications, but is now better.
Mr. Jno. D. Dailey reports a consider?
able amount of sickness in Baptist Valley,
chiefly grippe. Mrs. Farmer is recovering
from her attack of pneumonia.
Bhiegrass Lodge No. 142 L O. O. F. has
presented to Mr. John B. Ciawford.one
of its worthy members, a very handsome
Royal Purple or Encampment Collar.
Mr. Ned Cardoza, the genial Richmond
commercial traveler,was in town last week,
and paid our office a visit. The editor re?
grets he was absent when Mr. Cardoz3
There was tine skating on the mill ponds
at North Tazewell during the cold ppell
last week, and many boys and girls and
grown up folks had a good lime indulging
in the sport.
The nigh School began its second term
on Monday with an attendance of fifty
pupils. Ou Tuesday the number was in?
creased to sixty. The teachers are very
much encouraged.
The subscription li?t of the Republican
is increasing constantly. We want to
make the paper so devoted to the interests
of Tazewell county that its citizens will all
think well of the paper.
Messrs. H. W. and James OKeeffe have
Just purchased and received a handsome
thoroughbred mare. She was Kentucky
bred and comes of a fine strain of running
stock and is chestnut in color.
Dr. T. G. Witten is having some sickness
in his family, but nothing of a 6erious
character, we hope. Mrs. Witten and
Misses Lou ind Jessie are Indisposed, and
Miss Nannie is at home, from Elkhorn,
waiting on the sick.
Tazewell county has fewer cases of con
sumption than the same amount of terri?
tory anywhere on theicontinent. It is the
rarest thing that a native born citizen is
afflicted with the dread disease.
There is a good deal of sickness in
Thompson Valley. Mr and Mrs Robert
Buchannan, Mr. Jno W. Buchannan and
family, Mrs. Edward Thompson and
numbers of others have the gripp.
William Thompson, a worthy eoloied
man, who lived on the top of Clinch Moun?
tain, died last week from cerebro-spinal
meningitis. He had recently recovered
from a severe attack of pneumonia.
Miss Lillian Baily, who for the past five*
months has filled most acceptably the po?
sition of teacher in the primary depart?
ment of the High School, left for her
home in Charlotte county, Va., on last
Mr. A. J. Higginbotham drove a very
fine flock of ewes through town last Satur?
day. There were three or four voting lambs
with flock and it is strange they were not
killed by the severe cold weather that
prevailed for several days.
We are informed that the Epworth
League, of the Methodist Church at this
plate, will give an entertainment at the
Town Hall in the near future. Due notice
of the time and character of the entertain?
ment will be given.
On Sunday morning last the furnace in
the Methodist church did not act well.and
the congregation, with its pastor, Rev. I.
P. Martin, went around the corner and
worshipped with their Presbyterian breth?
ren. The services were very interesting.
The January number of the Empire, an
illustrated Magazine, published in New
York, contains a very pretty poem from
the pen of Mr. Chapman Alderson. The
title of the poem is "Linger/Autumn,"and
it is beautifully illustrated by Mrs. Aider
son, wife of the author of the poem.
On last Saturday William Thompson,
the twenty-two year old son of Mr. Crock?
ett Thompson, died from typhoid fever.
Mr. Thompson lives about one mile north?
west of town on the farm of Mr. Jos. S.
Gillespie. Young Thompson was a worthy
young man.
The Court of Appeals has refused an
appeal in the case of Duval vs Hockman
Manufacturing Company. The case was
originally in the Circuit Coart of this county
but was sent to Russell county circuit
court where it was finally heard and de?
nfrrTtom Peery.known as "mason Tom"
died at Pearisburg, Giles county, one day
last week. Mr. Peery was a native and
for a long time a citizen of this county,
having been born and raised in Burkes
Garden. He died at the home of bis son
in-law, Dr. Muncey.
Judge S. C. Graham and his daughter,
Miss Jean, got back from Florida on Sun?
day afternoon. The Judge says the tem?
perature in the "land of flowers" was not
very decidedly warm when he left there.
He i6 right smartly tanned by the south?
ern sun, and from what be says had a
good time shooting deer and fishing.
Mrs. Sally Harman, mother of Mr. H.
Bane Harman, is quite ill with pneumonia
at her home on Bluestone. Mrs. Harman
is eighty six yeais old and her venerable
age is a difficulty in the way of successful
tieatment of the serious disease with which
she is afllicted, but her condition at last
accounts was fovorable, and she is receiv?
ing the tenderest care at the hands ?f her
children and other relations.
On last Saturday afternoon a wagon load?
ed with goods belonging to Mr. Bow Buch?
anan, who is merchandising hi Thompson
Valley, was passing through Plum Creek
Gap, and was upset and went over
a precipice just above Wittcn's Mill. The
wagon was broken all to pieces, and two
barrels of flour and two boxes of tobacco
were burst open and badly damaged. The
horses were not badly injured, although
the wagon was on one of the horses for
some time before he was rescued.
Prof. L N. Beahm left with his family
on Saturday for his new home at Brents
ville, in Prince George county, Va., where
he goes to take charge of the Normal
School ofthat county, of which he has re?
cently been elected principal. During his
brief stay at Tazewell Prof. Beahm made
a great many friends. He is a man of
genial manner, excellent attainments and
decided educational abiiity. The people
here regretted to Bee him leave, and will
be glad to see him in our midst again.
Of the great sales attained and the great
cures accomplished by Hood s Sareaparilla
is quickly told. It purifies and enriches
the blood, tones the stomach and gives
strength and vigor. Disease cannot enter
the system fortified by the rich, red blood
which comes by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick headache,
indigestion, biliousness. All druggists.
Mr. William Gross, of Bush, Ky., says:
"My wife had suffered for about 40 years
with a severe cough and had been given
up to die several times by the best doc?
tors. Lately, I resorted to Lightning
Cough Drops, and this medicine affected
a complete cure. She is now again able to
do her daily work and enjoy health."?
For sale by Tazewell Drug Co.
The Wbole Story.
The followiog were in attendance every
day duriug the month closing Jan. 29th.
Principal's Room,
Ross Baylor, Hutton Ball, Austin Belew,
Roht. Crocfcett, Frank Kittt, Wm. Mil
lard, Clarence Spracher, Pansy Alexander,
Eva Cooley, Besssie Cooley, Blanch Lewis,
AHie Millard.
Miss Hardy's Room.
Bessie Davidson, Mary Cooley, Sally
Kincer, Nannie Peery, Earnest Belew,
Charlie Kincer, Walter Millard, Charles
Steel, Earl Ttiompson, Lucy Stuart.
Miss Baily's Room.
Eugene Thompson, Henry Steel, Walter
Ratlifr, Chapman Belew, Tom McClintock,
Vicie Moore.
Miss Bowkn's Room.
Frank Belew, Bowen Ratliff, Lou Boothe,
Guesie Brown, Cora Keesee, Lucy Mc?
Geologic Atlas.
The United States government is making
a geologic map of the United States. It is
issued in the form of an atla?, the parts of
which are called folios. Each folio consists
of a topographic base map and geologic
maps of a small area of counlry, together
with explanatory and desctfptr?t texts.
We have received from the Interior
Department.at Washington,the Pocahontas
Folio. The sheet is named from the town
of Pocahontas, in Tazewell county, the
place at which the first developenent of the
Flat Top coal f eld was begun and from
which the celebrated seam of coal takes its
name. The territory embraced in the
Pocahontas Folio or sheet is about equally
divided oetween the Slates of Virginia and
West Virginia, includijg in Virginia parts
of the counties of Tazewell, Smyth, Wythe,
and Bland.and in West Virginia portions
of the counties of McDowell, Mercer and
Wyoming. The Pocahontas Folio is a
very interesting and instructive sheet and
we feel greatly indebted to the Interior
Department for presenting us with it.
; February 2nd, 1897.
The Echools at this place closed on the
30th inet., and the teachers, Mr. A. H.
Patton and Miss Oakley Ferrill, left for
their respective homes.
Quite a lot ofgripp in the community,
but, we are glad to say, that no one one is
seriously ill.
The past week has been the coldest snap
of the season, and farmers say it is the
finest time to feed their cattle, because
they eat all they can get.
Fioyd Ascue still hauls logs, if the
weather is bad. He Bays there is no mud
to bother him.
We wonder if Jim Howard, of Rosedale,
found his man, and we know the gentle?
man found bis "party."
Miss Oakley Ferrill received a telegram
that her cousin, at Bluefield, was dying,
and left for that place on Saturday.
We hear that there is "a change" to
take place at Steelesburg soon. Quite
likely more than one. A.
Termination of a Noted Trial.
Maj. R. R. Henry returned from Welch,
W. Va., on Tuesday, where he bad been
for several days.aesociated with Judge R.C.
McCIaugherty, of Princeton, W. Va., in
defending A. D. Beavers, who was indict?
ed for being one of the leaders of the mob
that lynched Alex. Jones on the 27th of
January, 1890. It will be remembered
that Jones was on a passenger train on the
Elkhorn division and became ansry with
the conductor of the train. The coach
was filled with passengers and Jones pulled
a pistol and commenced shooting at the
conductor. He shot wildly and, killed
Mr. Wm. Strother, postmaster at Elk
horn, who was a passenger on the train,
and also wounded the conductor. Jones
was arrested, taken to Welch and confined
in jail. The Judge of the county feared
he would be lynched and directed the
Sheriff of the county to take the prisoner
to Huntington for safe keeping. In com?
pliance with the order the sheriff took
Jones to Hemphill, a flag station two
miles below Welch, with the intention of
flagging a train and getting the prisoner
on board. When this became known at
Welch, a number of its citizens boarded
the west-bound train, and when the sher?
iff flagged it down they took Jones from
him, conveyed him to a spot near by and
shot him to death.
A short time ago Messrs. A. D. Beavers
and Geo. French Strother, the latter a
brother of the young man who was killed,
were indicted for being active participants
in the band of lynchers. The trial of Mr.
Beavers was commenced last week, occu?
pied three days and was concluded on
Monday. The jury after being out about
fifteen minutes returned a verdict of "not
guilty." The accused was ably defended
by Maj. Henry and Judge McCIaugherty.
Mr. Strother, we suppose, will be tried at
the next term of the court, and, no doubt,
will be easily acquitted of the charge.
Steam Engine, Saw Mill, Tram Cars and
Fixtures for same, all of which are second?
hand. To be sold cheap on reasonable
termB. Apply to
Geo. W. St. Clair,
Taeewell, Va.
Feb4 3t.
He Has a Dncking.
Several weeks ago Mr. Jesse F. White,
one of the proprietors of the Central Hotel
at this place, went to Florida. He,is en?
joying the climate and fishing down there,
but came very near meeting with a serious
accident. Iif a letter of the 29th inst.
written from Umatilla, Ida., to his nephew
Mr. W. B. F. White, he wrote as follows-.
"I created quite an excitement in town
yesterday. I went out fishing alone in a
boat, made a misstep and went dcerchung
ovrlKiard where the water was 20 feet
deep. There was a lot of women nearby
washing, who began screaming and sent
runners to town, and in a few minute? the
whole population, men, women and chil?
dren were on the bank advising me what
to do. Finally, after about half an hour's
kicking and paddling around, I managed
to get bold of a snag and pulled myself up
into the boat. The only dnmage sustained
was getting my greenbacks and a few
papers a little wet, but not enough to hurt.
* * * The weather is fine and lam enjoying
myself hugely. Tell Lewis Brittnin 1 think
of him every time that I pull in a 20 inch
bass or a 30 inch pike, of which I have
caught several. I think I will stay here
until March 1st I had tomatoes and
strawberries for dinner, picked today."
We congratulate Mr. White on his escape
from a watery grave, and hope he will con?
tinue to enjoy the fishing and fresh fruits
and vegetables of Florida, and come home
very much improved in health.
Closing Exercises of Tazewell High School.
On last Friday .night the closing exer?
cises of Tazewell High School, for the pub?
lic school term, were held in the Town
Hall. A large crowd of the friends and
patrons of the school was present, and ex?
hibited great interest in the exercises.
The entcrbiinmcnt was quite an interest?
ing one, and all the boys and girle, young
ladies and gentlemen who participated,
did their parts well. Four choruses were
sung by Classes Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, re?
spectively. The songs were pretty and well
sung. Miss Bessie Cooley delivered the
salutatory in very pleasing style. The re?
citation of "Little Bessie," by Miss Jen?
nie lx>wder, "Charleston Rescue," by
Miss Lula Doak, "Horatio at the Bridge,''
by Charles Steele, "The J.*gend of the
Bregenz," by Miss Julia Pendleton and
the "Benedictiou," by Miss Nannie Leslie,
were all excellent. Mr. Joseph Litz made
a good cration and Messrs. Uutton Ball
and John O'Keefle, made nice declama?
tions. The drill of the "Little Patriots,"
one of the most pleasing numbers of
the programme, was beautiful and the lit?
tle girls who participated looked as sweet
as possible. The walking tableau, "A
Chip Out of the Old Block," was very
cute, and clccited much applause, while
the chorus, "Coming Thro' the Rye," by
a class of bright little girls, dressed in
Highland costume, was so pretty aa to
provoke an encore. A very interesting
debate took place upon the important
question--"Resolved that the United
Slates government should pass a woman
suffrage law." The affirmative was rep?
resented by Miss Maggie Peery and Mr.
R. G. Baylor, and the negative by Miss
Lena Alexander and .Mr. Frank D. Kitts.
Both sides were ably represented, but the
committee decided the question in favor
of the negative.
A very nice valedictory address was de?
livered by Mr. Austin Belew, and the ex?
ercises were dosed with remarks by Pro
lessors Beahm and Kilby, Prof. Beahm
expressed great regard for the people of
Tazewell and said he parted with them
with great regret, lie showed much inter?
est and kind feeling for the pupils who
bad attended the school the past session.
Misses Hardy, Bowen, Baily and Alice
Alexander and Prof. Beahm certainly de?
serve credit for the excellent entertain?
ment which they furnished with their
Mrs. K. Davis, of Toustalls Station, Va.,
writes: "1 suffered greatly for two months
with pain in "my back, and was annoyed
wilh headache and neuralgia; in fact, I
thought I would never get well. I saw
Lightning Hot Drops advertised, tried it,
and was cured by one bottle. I recom?
mend it to all.?For sale by Tazewell
Drug Co.
Notice to Our Subscribers.
My control of The Republican dates
back to August 20th, 1S9G. When I
bought the paper Mr. Boone furnished
me with the names of some subscribers
who had paid their subscriptions to a date
later than August 20th, 1896. He may
have failed to name some who had paid in
advance. I wish every subscriber who
has paid in advance would come to the
office and let me know how their account
stands. This would be a great accommo
dation to Mr. Boone as well as myself.
W. C. Pkndleton.
To Cure
weak stomach, loss of appetite, flatulence, -water'
brash, rising of food, heartburn, nightmare, coated
tongue, offensive breath,
jaundice, bad complex?
ion, liver-spots, yellow
eyes, constipation, palpi?
tation of the heart, and
short brearh after meals,
take l>r, Dcano's Dys?
pepsia Pills. Eat plenty
of good nourishing food.
A pill after each meal.
White wrapper if constipated, yellow if bowels are
loos*. 35c. and 50c. at druggists'. Send to us for a
free sample.
DR. J. A, DEANE CO., Kingston, N. Y.
During two days of last week fires de
stroyed in the United States property ol
the value of $4,000,000.
There will be a joint session of Congress
on the 10th inst. to count the electoral
vote and proclaim the result of the late
Presidential election.
Mrs. Henry W. Grady widow of the
celebrated Georgia editor fell on the icy
pavement in Atlanta last week and
fractured her arm.
The American colonist, in Topalbampo.
Mexico, are in a pitiable condition, the
government having canceled the con?
cession under which the colony was estab?
A fire at Independence Grayson County,
on 1 he .10th inst., destroyed the store of
Lundy A Dickey and Central House,
owned and run by Col. Emory Kirby.
The los es were only partially covered by
s The thermometer reached 5 degrees
below zero at Frcdericksburg on the night
of the 2Sth inst., and the Rappahannock
river at that point was frozen solid from
bank to bank, stopping navigation.
One hundred and one Presbyterian Min?
isters have offered their services to the
Normal Park Presbyterian Chureh,of Chi?
cago, the pulpit of which will be vacant in
anboutone week by reaon of the resignation
of the present pastor.
A recent decision of the Supreme Court
of Tennessee is so adverse to building and
loan associations that it is thought it will
force all the associations in that State to
go out of business. Of the nine building
and loan associations in Knoxville, seven
have already gone into the hands of re?
The ancient capitol building of Pen
sylvania, at Harrisburg, was totally
destroyed by fire on the afternoon of the
2nd inst. The most valuable of the State
and Ixgislativei records which were in
the building were lsaved, but the records
and statistics of the department of public
instruction were all destroyed. The Senate
and House of Representatives were about
to reconvene for their afternoon session
when the fire broke out.
The Anglo-Venezuelan treaty was signed
by the Sir Julian Pauncefote, the British
ambassador, andSenor Jose Andrade, the
Venezuelan minister, in the office of Sec?
retary Olney, in Washington, at 4,50
oclock Wednesday afternoon. This prac?
tically ends a controversy which has lasted
nearly a century, and will cause the re?
sumption of diplomatic relations between
the two countries which han been suspen?
ded for ten years.
Ouida never shakes hands. She do
dares it to be the most vulgar form of
Jules Verne is one of the most laborious
authors, and a popular one, too. But,
considering the fashion in which his books
have gone round the reading world, he
has had but a small return. He has never
made more than $4000 a year in his life.
A French writer, Edouard Toulouse, has j
examined Zola's mental peculiarities am
has discovered a peculiar weakness of I
memory. He could not recognize well
known citations from Molicre, iBalzac,
Hugo and George Sand, and in some cases
even failed to remember his own early
writings when passages from them were
read to him.
Still another candidate for the honor of |
having discovered a "(xwitive cure"' for
consumption has arisen in the person of I
Professor Maragliano, of Genoa, Italy. He
limits the curative powers of hisnewserum |
remedy, however, to the first stages of the
disease. Experiments which are being car?
ried on with the serum at St. Luke's Hos?
pital, in New York, would seem to reveal,
according to the hospital staff, an increase
in a patient's power of resistance. As
treatment must be continued for one year
in order to secure a definite verdict trpon
his anti-tuberculin, it would be foolish to
build up any hopes thus early on the |
strength of a slight preliminary rally of the |
treated consumptives. Hope grows, how?
ever, in spite of the many failures since
the Koch lymph fiasco, that a tuberculosis
serum cure may yet be discovered.?Ex?
Mr. Peter Dottrell, proprietor, Hotel
Mick, Youngstown, O., says: "I had a(
severe case of liver complaint; the use of I
Lightning Vegetable Liver Pills proved ef?
fectual, and biliousness does not bother
me any now."?For sale by Tazewell Drug
Dyeing and Cleaning
Alice Johnson is prepared for cleaniug
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.
If you Want to Save Money
Buy your Hardware, Tinware, Corn ^
Twine, Stoves, Baling Wire, Paints,
Pumps and all kinds of plumbers'
supplies, and have your plumbing
? done by the
B Opposite Courthouse, Tazewell, Va.
4, 1897.
I Chapman k Thompson.
JANUARY is the great bargain
month and when you read our
offerings you can rely upon them be?
ing bargains in the broadest sense
of the word.
Cloak Selling
Better look into this Cloak matter a little.
It is money saved to buy now.
For this month, till sold?any of our
$2.50 Ladies Jacket for $1.75
3.00 " " ' 1.98
5.00 " " ? 2.08
13.50 " " " 8.87
4,00 Misses and Children for 2.87
4 50 " " 2 98
COO " " 3.98
A Dress Goods Slaughter,
We have placed a counter in the center of
our store to show them.
Down they go into the valley of plebian
priced products?where all may get a pick
at tliem.^ mntut
$1.00 goods for GSc.
GO " ? "39c.
50 " " 25c.
35 " " 19c.
Blankets, Go, Too.
No finer fleece ever grew on a sheep's back
and that same sheep would hang his head in
shame if it could know the profitless price
of its own product./^^^^"
$5.00 ones for $3.98 the pair.
4.00 " " 3.00 . "
3.75 " " 2.00
1.50 " " 1.10
The knife baa been upon our entire stock. The}' mnst be moved, in order to make
room for our Spring Stock This famous trading opportunity is not confided to anyone
department. Every stock in the store lends a hand to make this the selling event oj
the season.
LISTEN:?We'll give you as long as they last a solid leather boot for f 1.25. Less
than a good shoe will cost you. If you are a prudent buyer this is your opportunity.
Leading Grocers,
Evaporated Fruits.
No family table is now complete unless sup?
plied with fruit. We have for our customers a full
line of Evaporated Fruits.
Peaches, Apricots, Prunes and Apples.
Our Evaporated Apples, when cooked, are
Pickles and Condiments.
At this season of the year many persons need
something to give them a relish for their food, as
well as to gratify the taste. We have a stand?
ard line of Pickles, Sauces, Catsups, and
Mustards. We wish to call especial at?
tention to our
in bulk. They are Unequaled in Quality and Resonable in
Price. Don't foil to Try Them.
A Special Price on Cranberries for the re?
mainder of the season. They are not only used for a
healthful and appetizing sauce, but make a most
delicious tart, and with proper recipes can be
used in may ways.
Marion Avenue and Main Street,
This famous brand is beyond all
doubt the finest Eye produced at
the price. We guarantee same.
6 full Qts. 4.50 per case.
L. Lazarus & Co,
carolinFcorn $2
A two year old whiskey made
in the State that l>ears is name.
Made by old copper still open (ire
L. Lazarus & Co.
This is a elegant three year old
Maryland Rye pronounced by ex*
parts to be A 1.
L Lazarus & Co.
0E0R0J?0?RN f.5o
Two years old, copper stilled by
open fire process.
L. Lazarus m Go,
V*. WHnTRYt$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
cut prices.
Your Money Back,
Lazarus & C?
Pocahontas, Va,
}rompt Attention to Hail Orders.
I. H. Witten. J. H. Hibbittb.
no. II. Gillespie Complainant.?
vs. \ In Chancery.
Winnie Gillespie Defendant,
ro Mrs. Minnie GUlisple:
Take notice that on Monday, the 1st day of
rfaroh, is;>7, at the office of H. E. Thomas. In
ilucftcld, W. Virginia, between the hours of 6 a.
n. and fi p. m., of that day, I will take the den?
titions of K. M. Baldwin and als to be read m
ny Ixi half In a certain suit in chancery now
lending in the Circuit Court of Tazewell county,
/a,'In which I am plaintiff and you arc defend?
ing and if for any cause the taking of the said
lepositions be not commenced on that day, or If
jommenced, be not completed, the taking of the
lame will be adjourned from time to Ume and
rom place to place until the same are com?
2-5- It By Counsel.
G. W. Winn and J. F. Brown, black
imiths, Burke's Garden, Tazewell county,
Va., are prepared to do all kinds of work
in their line, such as repairing buggies
md wagons. Horeeehoeing a specialty and
new wagons made to order at low prices.
When you think of having a prescrip?
tion filled think seriously who you will get
to till it, there is a great deal of danger at?
tached to having your prescriptions filled
by incompetent hands, the Tazewell Drug
Co. have a graduate in Pharmacy to fill
their prescriptions?in his hands you are
perfectly safe.
I had toothache, the worst kind, and
was told to try lightning Hot Drops. I
put some in my tooth and rubbed some
on my face, and in two minutes I felt re?
lief, and within an hour my tooth was en?
tirely well and the swelling gone from my
face.?Henry Lybrook, Glen Lyn, Va.?
For sale by Tazewell Drug Co.
January Sale.
Our yearly closing out sale of all
winter goods begins on Monday, Jan
0 uary 11th. Read ad. on another page
for particulars.
(Residence?Tazewell Ave.)
Fashionable Dressmaker
A perfect fit is guaranteed in every case
and reasonable prices.

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