Arbitration Still a Live Question.
Chicago 'Times-Herold" flttU)
No one who heard Air. McKinley'fl al?
lusions to the subject of arbitration in the
course of his inaugural address, knowing
the steadiness of the President's purpose
when his mind is made up, could believe
that one defeat in the Senate would end
the negotiations between this country and
England. The information now comes
direct that smother arbitration treaty is
preparing and that when completed and
accepted by the British Government it
will be presented to Congress at the regu?
lar session. We may hope that the Sena?
tors will have gained in wisdom sufficiently
by that time to pass the treaty. Their
recent action was in defiance of popular
sentiment expressed by every known agen?
cy. But whether this Senate bows to the
inevitable or in sheer malice again de'.ays
the ratification of the treaty, it is safe to
predict that Mr. McKinley will not aban?
don his intention of creating permanent
l>eace between the United States and
England while he occupies the Presiden?
ITEMS OF INTEREST
They now boast of half-pound hail-stones
The Building Trades' Council cf San
Francisco, Cal., favors Hawaiian annexa?
George A. White has been appointed
Pay Clerk for the United States steamer
Chicago, III., has had 40 cases of suicide
so far in June, many caused by the heat.
The Canadian Christian Kndcavorers
have finally decided to send delegates (50)
to the San Francisco (Cal.) Convention.
The United Mine Workers have decided
not to order a strike in Ohio on account ol
Pensylvnnia men getting more wages.
Frank Taylor was killed and John Taylor
wounded by a Sheriffs posse, which caught
them robbing a wood mill at Buffalo, Mo.
Acting Governor Worthington sent two
cannon and a company of troops to Simp?
son County, Ky? to protect a negro from
The Government will buy 1S,000 car?
loads of stone from a new quarry at Lees
George B. Miller, 60 ye.\rs old shot and
killed himself on his wife's grave at Wake
The threatened disturbance by Cherokee
freedman, at Fort Gibson, I. T , has
Gold, running $100 to the ton. has been
found on the Last slope of Pike's Peak at
10,000 feet elevation.
Charles Frohman has confirmed the
story that he is endeavoring to sell his
American theatrical enterprise and locate
The side-wheel steamer Cily of Buffalo
broke the Great Lake's record by going
22 1-7 miles an hour from Cleveland, 0.,
to Put-in Bay.
Gus Weber, Perry Lawrence and Bert
Wilson, of Toledo, 0., were caught by life
Guards as they were plunging over the falls
at Louisville, Ky.
You may hunt the world over and you
will not find another medicine equal to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints.
It is pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale by
J. E. Jackson, druggist.
Mrs. Margeret ?liphnnt, the celebrated
actress died from a cancer at London on
the 2.">th ult. Mrs. Oliphant had won a
line reputation for nicity of detail naraliive
and keen deliniation of country life and
Character She will be greatly missed as a
writer of tiction.
Henry O. Havi.meyor, the president of
the Sugar Trust, has gone with his family
to England, and will spend the Summer
abroad. We wonder if his absence will
affect the price of sugar.
An Excellent Book.
Rev. M. J. Williams, of the North
Alabama Conference, M. E. Church South,
arrived at Tazewell a few days ago, and
will spend the summer here with his sister,
Mrs. F. P. Lewis. Mr. Williams was
forced to abandon active work because ol
ill health. While here recuperating for
work next winter, he will sell by subscrip?
tion a book entitled "Kings of the Plat?
form and Pulpit.'' From an examination
of the prospectus we know it is an excel?
lent work. It has received the endorse
meats of a number of distinguished gentle
men, among which we found the following:
"This'Kings of the Platform and Pulpit'
gives the wisdom, wit and theology of a
whole nation for a century. It is full of
the best Southern humor, and every family
in my south country will be happier and
wiser with it. It is the last book in my
library that I would part with.
"I read 'Kings of the Platform and
Pulpit' with as much pleasure as Kitzhugh
Lee. It is a bright, interesting and agree?
able book. Wade Hamitox."
"I want to thank somebody for sending
'Kings of the Platform and Pulpit.' 1
hope many copies will be printed and
circulated, for I expect to receive a good
of comfort and pleasure out of it my?
self, and 1 want every one to be as happy
as I am. Bks.tamix Hahrisox."
From these testimonial the book is ev
identlyan unusually good one,and we have
no doubt Mr. Williams will sell a number
of copies in Tazewell.
j AT OUR STORE j
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We guarantee the quality, J
and the price takes care of J
Read our ad in this and
f% every other issue of this paper.
In spite of financial depression, Roanokfe
College continues to prosper. The number
of studenl8 has been steadily increasing for \
some years. During the past session the
College enrolled 170 students from fifteen
states and two foreign countries. There
were three Koreans, one of whom,
Scrh Beting Kiu, will be a Senior next ses?
sion. The professors ate men of liberal
culture and successful experience. Three
of them have each studied abroad three
years anil several are authors of books.
Thecourse of Study is comprehensive. The
location in ?Salem, in the heart of the
ivoanoke Valley, is all that could be defin?
ed for health and scenery, ps well as for
moral, social, and religious advantages.
The Catalogue of t>2 pages shows that
Boanoke is a progressive College. A copy
of the Catalogue and the June Collegian
may be had free by aduiessing Dr. Julius
?. Dreher, President, Salem,Va.
Everybody Says So.
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Au ?i/iicrrt.iin IMscnur.
There i* no disj^isp more uncertain in its
nature than dyspcpSh. Physicians say thnt
the symptoms of no two esses 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 "p.'j 'yt
Tazswkll D&Yg Co., Sole Agents.
Dyeing and Cleaning
Alice Johnson is prepared for cleaning
and dyeing all kinds of ladies and gentlo
men's garments. You will lind her shop
in the Belew property, Main Street, Taze?
well, Va. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Don't Tobacco Spit nrnl Smoke Your Lire Away.
To quit tobacco easily ana forever, be mag
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C:indy Cathartic, euro constipation forevct.
10c, 25c. If C. C C. fall, druggists refund money.
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Take Discards Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c.
If C. C. C. fall to cure, druggists refund moncv
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VIRGINIA: In the clerk's office of
Tazewell circuit court, June 23rd,
S. Hannan, administrator of J. Howe
Savers, deed., Complainant,
vs. In Chancery.
David T, Witten, W. W. Workman, John
A. Brown and the children of Chas. L.
Witten, deed, and his wife Francis Wit
ten, who were inf.ints on the 21st day of
March, 1S?5, whose names are unknown
to the complainant, and who are sued as
persons unknown, defendants.
The object of this suit is to subject a cer?
tain lot of land located in the town of Fo
cahontas, Tazewell county, Virginia, being
the same lot conveyed to Jno. A. Brown
by W. A. McKinney and wife and others,
and conveyed by John A. Brown to Charles
L Witten and by Charles L. Witten and
wife to David T. Witten, to the payment
I of J64.S5 with legal interest thereon from
the 21st day of March, 189?, till paid.
And it appearing from affidavit on file in
said office that \V. W. Werkman, John A.
Brown and the children of Charles L. Wit
ten, deed., and his wife Francis Witten,
who were infants on the 21st day of March,
1895, whose names are unknown to the
j complainant, and who are sued as persons
unknown, are non-residents of the Com?
monwealth of Virginia, it is ordered that
they appear here within fifteen days after
due publication of this order and do what
may be necessary to protect their interests
in this suit, and that copies hereof be pub?
lished and posted as prescribed by law.
A copy. Teste:
11. Bane Harman, Clerk.
Chapman & Uillespie, p. q.
IRGIKIA: In the clerk's office of
Tazewell circuit court, June 23rd,
Ella F. Hutton,Complainant-)
vs. J In chancerv
S. S. Hutton, Defendant J
The object of this suit is to obtain a di?
vorce a vmculo mairimonii forthecoinplain
ant from the defendant, and it appearing
from affidavit on iile in said office that the
defendant, S. S. Hutton, is a non-resident
of the Commonwealth of Virginia, it is or?
dered that he appear here within fifteen
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
A copy. Teste:
II. Bank IIakman, Clerk.
Chapman & Gillespie, p. q.
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IN POCAHONTAS, VA.
Gibsons T?re Rye .$1.25
Finch Golden Wedding. 1.25
Uuckenheimcr Old Rye. 1-25
Goodman's Private Stock (lSfiO). 1.16
Belle of Nelson. 1.00
Springdale Pure Rye. J -,l()
Baker's Pure Bye. 1-00
Duffe/B Malt Whisky. 1.00
Old Time Kentucky Bye. 80
White Mills Old Bombon. 75
Old Virginia Glades Pure Bye. 75
Honeymoon Pure Kentucky Rye. 6C
Imperial Cabinet. 50
White Rye (4 years old).
While Rye.$1.50 and 2.00
North Carolina Corn Whisky. 1.50 and 2.20
Purest Alcohol for Druggists. 3.00
Anv of the above brands in cases of any size.
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC BRANDIES
Apple (old country-made). 50
Peach (Virginia-made)... 75
California Peach. 1.00
Blackberry Brandy. 50
Distilled Blackberry Brandy. 1.25
Ginger Brandy. 50
Peach and Honey. 50
Rock and Rye. 50
Booth* Co.'a Old Tom. 1.00
G. H. Mumm & Co.'s Extra Dry.$3.20
Piper Heidsiek, Grand Sec. 3.25
Gold Seal. 2.00
$1.50 to 3.50
1.50 to 2.25
1.50 to 2.00
1.50 to 2.00
1.50 to 2.00
2.00 to 3.00
Strict attention paid to mail orders.
AJ. A: S. D. MAY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tfcze
well, Va. Practice in Die courts of Tawwell
county and in tlic Court of Appeals at Wytlieville,
Va. Particular attention paid to the collection ol
BARNS ,t BARNS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tuzr-'
wcil. Va. Practice In the courts of Taxewell
county. Court of Appeals at Wytlieville and the
Federal courts at Abingdon. C. j. Hums, John T.
CHAPMAN ?V: GILLE3PTE, ATTORNEYS AT
law, Tazewell, Va. Practice in all the courts
of Tazewell county and Court of Appeal? at
Wytlieville. j. w. Chapman, a. P. Gillcspic.
FULTON & COULLING, ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Tawwell, Va. Practice in the courts of Taze?
well county. S. II. B. Couling will continue his
practice in all the courts of Buchanan countw j.
H Fol ton, Wytlieville, Va. 8. M. B. Couling,
Greevkk .t CILLESl'IE. LAWYKRS, Tazewell,
Va. PrOi..;;c!. n the courts of Tazewell and ad
oinihg counties. Office?Strai building. Edgar
L. ti'reevcr. Burns Gillespie.
?EO. W. ST. CLAIR, ATTORNEY AT LAW
DTazewell, Va. Practices In the courts of Tiue
woll and adjoining counties and in the Supreme
Court of Appeals at Wytlieville. Purtieulu. at?
tention paid to the collection 01 claims. Ollice?
HC. ALDER.SON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Tuzc
? well, Va. Will practice in the courts of Taze?
well county and the Court of Appeals at Wyihe
ville. Collecting a socially.
HENRY A GRAHAM, LAWYERS. Tazewell, Va.
Office in building near Court House. R. R.
Henry. S. C. Graham. B. W. Stras.
1 II. STUART. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tazewell,
j i Va. Land titles In McDowell nnd Loftan coun?
ties. West Virginia, a specialty. Ollice in Stras
VINCENT L. SEXTON. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Tazewell. Va. Will practice in the courts of
CazeweU and adjoining counties. Particular at?
tention paid to the collection of claims. Office in
WB. 8PRATT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rieh
i lands, Va. Practices in the courts of Tozc
well and adjoining counties. Prompt attention
paid to the collection of claims.
Thoroughbred Shropshire Buck Lambs,
Thysc lambs are gilt edge in breeding
Pedigrees can be seen by applving to
GEO. W. GILLESPLE, at Tazewell, Va.,
or to K. K. GILLESPLE, Pounding Mill,
DR. M. B. CROCKETT,
Physician and Surgeon
Has located at Liberty Hill (Knob), Va
at which place he can be found at ad
times except when absent on professional
MAY 2nd, 1897.
TRAINS LEA VIC TAZEWELL
4.30 p. m. daily and 3.01 p. m. daily ex?
1.5G p. m. daily and 11.00 a. m. daily ex?
OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIW
WEST, NORTH-WEST, SOUTH-WEST.
FIRST CLASS, SF OND CLASS
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Pullman Yestibuled Coaches,
Sleeping and Dining Cars.
SHE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER TnE
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CHEAPEST. BEST ANl. QUICKEST LINE.
Write for Kates, Maps, Time-Tabies
Descriptive Pamphlets to any Station
Agent, or to
\v. B. Bf.vii.i-, Ai.i.kn Hull, M. f. Braco,
GenT Pass. Agt. Div. Pass. Agt.
Lo w ney'
v. Will be in next week. Call early and get then
nice and fresh. Regular prices.
If you want any fruit this Summer
Now is the time to see to it.
13o:r ciocau.x jVIixttix^o
Kills the insects and protects the trees and vines. You
can't expect to have grapes and other fruit if you let
the insects destroy it. We keep the material, also
Paris Green and
ii i,, ?- For Potato Huge.
-?~-- Trc~>the Kobc?,
Bring your Prescriptions to us to put up.
JN0. E. JACKSON, Ph. G.
g Peery & Dodd
Have just received a Car Load of Earthen
and Stone Ware, the finest quality. Ves?
sels from one-half gallon to six gallons in
We have a nice stock of Fishing Tackle
?-jointed rods, reels, grass and linen lines,
hooks, with and without snoods.
f Croquet Sets and Baseball Goods
o In Great Variety.
Examine our goods and you will buy.
8 PEERY & DODD. 8
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J All kinds of Hard- j
V ware, Cooking and J
r Heating Stoves, Fur-*
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We guarantee they will please you hetter than nny plow on the market.
ffe will sell you a first-class Sewing Machine for $20.00 and the best in the
world for $30.00, Guaranteed.
MOSS & GREEVER,
I have for sale three
Poland-China boar pigs;
farrowed. Oct. 29, '96.
These pigs are thorough?
bred, and pedigree fur?
nished with each sale.
Write for prices.
A . J. MAY, JR.,
Tile Hearths and Facings
Artistically Arranged n Complimentary
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Write
for samples and references.
E. C. JONES,
Lock Bor 10. Grata, Ya,
HINTS FOR STOCKMtN.
Ia breeding defects tend strongly to
Plenty of warm skim-milk will make
a calf grow and cold skim-milk will kill
In order to perform hard labor the
work horse must have plenty of nutri
Every animal has just so much
growth in them and no more. Bemcm
ber this In feeding, especially for mar?
It will help to keep the horses with
a good appetite if tho boxes and man?
gers are cleaned ont before fresh food
is put in them.
The growing pig should never be al?
lowed to fall off in condition sufficient
to retard its growth, but should be kept
growing steadily until maturity.
While, with the majority of farmers,
pasturing can be depended upon very
largely during the summer, yet when
it Is an item to keep as much stock as
tho pastures will carry, it will be found
good economy to grow some soiling
For Flics on Cattle.
Take coal tar two parts and coal oil
and grease one part of each and mix
with a small amount of carbolic acid.
Apply with a cloth by moistening the
hair and horns of the animal with the
liquid. In the applications include feet
and legs, and It will drive ever/"fly
away, and one application will last ten
dayB or more in dry weather. Apply as.
often as necessary, and your cows will
be entirely secure from flies of all kinds.
Any kind of old lard or grease can be
used. Coal tar is the base of this rem?
edy, and when too thick to spread well,
use more coal oil; when too thin to ad?
here well use more coal tar. Carbolic
acid will cost about 50 or CO cents In
crystals by the pound, nnd every farm?
er should always keep it on hand, as in
its many uses it is indispensable.?Live
To Keep Horses Healthy.
Broadly speaking, digestive disor
, ders in the horse invariably arise either
from defective food, over or Irregular
feeding, or a defective or Irregular sup?
ply of water. The average groom is no
Jreat advocate for water, cither for
himself or his charges, and a free supply
of anything like It is clean against
stable traditions; yet the water ques
[ tion as regards a sufficiency or regular
supply has considerable bearing on the
prevalence or otherwise of cases of colic
In a stable. A first essential is that both
grain and hay should be old and of good
quality. New oats and new hay are
less digestible than that matured by
keeping in bulk, and inferior foott is
never cheap food.?Rural World.
A. .Most Excellent Device for Breech?
Cotvs ami Worsen.
There is needless cruelty In the usual
devices for keeping cows and horses
from jumping fences. This cut shows a
humane and very effective method. A
HARNESS FOR FRISKY COW9.
head halter has its strap, or rope, pass
down between the forelegs, where it is
attached to a surcingle. It is held close
to the throat by a strap about t he neck
midway. The animal thus cannot get
his foot over the rope when feeding.
A bit of rope about the neck will an?
swer. Make this harnes lit so the ani?
mal can raise his head to a level with his
body?a natural position?but no high?
er. He must throw his head, back in
order to iumn.?N. Y. Tribune.
[RGINIA: In the clerk's office of I
Tazewell circuit court, June 23id,
I John C. Freeman, H. G. Peery and John
C. St. Clair, late merchants and partners
in trade under the firm name and style
of Freeman & Co., who sue for the bene?
fit of H. G. Peery and John C. St. Clair,
and Alexander Reynolds and F. W.
Compton, late merchants and partners
in trade under the firm name and style
of Reynolds & Compton. who sue for the
benefit of Alexander Reynolds, com?
vs. In chancery.
John W. Crockett, sheriff of Tazewell
county, and as such, administrator of S.
A. Dillion, deed., Jennie Hart, A. J.
1/jvely, Jr.. Jesse Lovely,Thomas P. Dil?
lion, Thomas H. Dillion, Frank J. Dil?
lion, Grat C. Dillion, L. V. Dillion, J.L.
Dillion, Nannie P. Diliion and S. L. Dil?
lion, the last five of whom are infants,
The object of this suit is to enforce the
lien of a judgment in the name of Freeman
& Co., against T. P. Dillion and S. A. Dil?
lion for $07.4tt with interest from July 8th,
lSS?.till paid.and eighty cents cost,and also
the lien of a judgment in name of Reynolds
& Compton against said T.P. Dillion and S.
A. Dillion for the sum of $4.'> witti interest
thereon from July 7th,lS87,and $1.05 costs
by sale of the lands owned by b. A. Dillion
in her life time and also the interest of T.
P. Dillion therein, and it appearing from
affidavit on file in said office that Jennie
Hart, A. J. Lovely, Jr.. and Jesse Lovely
arenon residents of the Commonwealth of
Virginia, it is ordered that they appear
here within fifteen days after due publica?
tion of this order and do what may be nec?
essary to protect their interests in this suit,
and that copies hereof be published and
posted as prescribed by law.
A copy. Teste:
II. Bane Harman, Clerk.
Chapman ?Sc Gillespie, p. q.
rpEU8TEE*a SALE OF VALUABLE HOT! L AND
1 STORE PROPERTY?By virtue of a (iced of
trust, dated the 5th day of October, 1895, and duly
recorded In the office of the clerk of the county
court for Tazewell county. Va., in deed book No.
:i8, page 23:!; whereby G. M. Sliafcr conveyed the
real estate hereinafter referred to, and more fully
described in the said deed, (to which reference is
hereby made), to the undersigned trustee, to se?
cure ninety-five certain negotiable notes of even
date with said deed, each iu the sum of S35.C3,
and payable, one eacii consecutive month there
after, to the Iron Belt Building and Loan Associa<
tion, of Roanoke, Virginia; and default having
been made in the payment of the four of said notes
last due, and being directed by the said benefici?
ary so to do, the undersigned trustee will, on
WEDNESDAY', AUGUST 4, 1897,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. if.,
proceed to sell, on the premises, in the town of
(iraham, Va., at public auction, to the highest
bidder therefor, a certain lot of land with all of
the buildings thereon, situated in the town of
Graham. Tazewell county, Va., anil known as lots
19 and 20, In section 31, of the map of (iniham
l^ind and Improvement Company, of record in
the office of tne clerk of the county court of Taze?
well county, in deed book 29, jmge 50C. The said
map is known as "Plan additional to Plan A, of
This property was formerly known as the Sur?
face Hotel and Store Property. Terms, cash, as
to $110.00 and the costs of executing this trust;
balance payable in equal, successive, monthly in
italments of S3.">.00 each, commencing on the 5th
lay of September, 1897. Purchaser to execute his
negotiable notes for said deferred payments, to be
secured by a deed of trust on the property sold;
und to insure the buildings thereon for the
amount of said deferred payinonts, and assign the
policy of insurauee to the trustee.
C. A. McHucn, Trustee.
BEWARE OF MORPHINE
Mrs. Pinkham's Urgent Appeal to
She Asks Them to Seek Permanent Cures and
Not Mere Temporary Relief From Pain.
Special forms of suffering lead many a woman to acquire the mor?
One of these forms of suffering is a dull, persistent pain in the
side, accompanied by heat and throbbing. There is disinclination
to work, because work only increases the pain.
This Is only one symptom of a chain of i
troubles; she has others she cannot bear to
confide to her physician, for fear of
an examination, the terror of all sen?
sitive, modest women.
The physician, meantime, knows
her condition, but cannot combat her
shrinking terror. He yields to her
supplication for something to relieve
the pain. He gives her a few mor?
phine tablets, with very grave cau?
tion as to their use. Foolish wo?
man! She thinks morphine will
help her right along; she becomes its slave!
A wise and a generous physician had such
a case; he told his patient he could do nothing
for her, as she was too nervous to undergo
an examination. In despair, she went to
visit a friend. She said to her, " Don't give
yourself up; just go to the nearest druggist's
and buy a bottle of Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
It will build you up. You will begin to feel better with the first
bottle." She did so, and after the fifth bottle her health was re?
established. Here is her own letter about it:
I was very miserable; was so weak that I
[3 could hardly get around the house, could not do
any work without feeling tired out. My monthly
periods had stopped and I was so tired and nerv?
ous all of the time. I was troubled very much with
falling of the womb and bearing-down pains. A
friend advised me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound; I have taken five bot?
tles, and think it is the best medicine I ever
?^used. Now I can work, and feel like myself.
J used to be troubled greatly with my head,
but I have had no bad headaches or palpita?
tion of the heart, womb trouble or bearing-down pains, since I com?
menced to take Mrs. Pinkham's medicine. I gladly recommend the
Vegetable .Compound to every suffering woman. The use of one
bottle will prove what it can do."?Mrs. Lucy Peasley, Derby,
CHAPMAN & HURT,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS,
Represent the following old reliable Fire Companies:
Liverpool cndL ondon and Globe,
Koyal Insurance Company of Liverpool,
Hartford Fire Insurance Company,
New York Underwriters' Agency,
Home Insurance Company of New York,
Aetna Insurance Co. of Hnrtfjrd.
Georgia Home Ins. Co. of Colmnbuf, Ga.
Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Co.
Virginia State Insurance Company,
Petersburg Saving* and Insurance Co.
United States Insurance Co. of N. Y.
North British and Mercantile.
LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
Mutual Life of New York,
Travelers' Ins. Co. of Hartford Conn.
American Security Company of N. Y.
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,
svcry dollar of which was paid without law-suit or controversy. octl
CASTNER & CURRAN,
? ? General Agents for the
Main Office: 328 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
1 Broadway, New York, Old Colony Building, Chicago, III.
70 Kilhy Street, Boston, Mass., Neave Building, Cincinnati, 0.
Progress Building, Norfolk, Va... 4 Fenchurch Avenue, London, England,
Terry Building, Roanoke, Va.
If you want
If you desire sweet repose and delightful slumbers try mine. 1 have TEN THOC
iAXD GALLONS in stock and will guarantee every gallon to be strictly pure.
JOHN M. SMITH_
. . . Newport (Giles Co.), Vr gnia.
)istiller and dealer in best homemade pure copper-distilled
SOUR MASH?This celebrated whisky is distilled only by me and will be deliv*
red at Railroad Station at $'2.00 per gallon. Pure Corn Sour Mash Whisky at $1.30
er galten by the barrel, 10O proof. Warranted pure goodsr All orders promptly
lied. ~ '?-.?????rw.i;, ~ ..
MISS MAG. LITZ,
(Residence - West Main Street.)
Thanking her numerous patrons for their past support,
ae hopes to merit a continuance of the same by good work at
3asonable prices. Promptess my motto.
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