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Gathered in And Around Town By Our
Resident And County
All the ice houses about town were filled
last week.
We can sell for cash as cheap as any?
body, Dodd & Co.
The streets are very muddy since the
snow has disappeared.
.Mr. P. B. Meadows, of Honaker, Va.,
was in town Tuesday afternoon.
Modock McKenzie went to West Vir?
ginia on Tuesday on a visit for a few days.
Have the people of Tazewell made up
their minds never to have any better pub?
lic roads?
Cash will get a full equivalent at our
store, I >odd & Co.
Mr. Thomas Hawkins, Sr., has been
confined to his home for several days by
Wo will be compelled to place some of
our subscription accounts in the hands of
a collection agency.
J. M. Coffee is having his restaurant
dining room thoroughly overhauled, pa?
pering, painting and brightening up gen?
erally. He invites customers to come and
see him.
We are glad to note that Barnes Gilles
pie is still doing well, and steadiiy ap?
proaching recovery.
Mrs. T. P. Bowen has purchased the
property of Dr. Nye and will move into
it some time next month.
Mr. W. 1. Boone, of the Southwest Re?
publican, East Radford, Va., is in town,
and looks as natural as of yore.
Dodd ? Co. arc constantly ordering
ami receiving fresh goods.
Will Belew, who has been attending
school at Emory, was at home this week
and returned to school on Tuesday.
President McKinley has sent the name
of Mr. W. 1.. Mustard to the Senate for
confirmation as postmaster at Pocahoutas.
Rev. W. D. Buckner, who had been on
a visit of several weeks to friends and rela?
tives at Norfolk, got back on last Saturday.
Mrs. C. T. Watkins, who has been vis?
iting Mrs. T. W. Ratliff for several weeks,
returned to her home at Grundy, Va., on
(Groceries at Kacket prices mean grocer?
ies for cash. We can srive them to you
that way, Dodd & Co.
Miss Tolly Beery, who has been teach?
ing in the public school at Graham, re?
turned to Tazewell on Monday, the term
of the school at Graham'having been com?
On hist Friday night the young people
of L'nalca had a surprise party at the rest
dence of Col. James B. Witten. We hear
they pulled ?'taflfey" and had a good time
The management of the Pocahonta
Branch of the Pabst Brewing Co., has
been transferred to A. Goodman. Your
orders for Blue Ribbon, Export, Bohemian
Standard, Malt Tonic or other beers will
be promptly filled by him.
If you are going to get married bo cer?
tain to have your wedding invitations
printed at our office. We have the latest
styles in paper and the most beautiful,
new type to do the work.
The "Junior Builders'' of the Christian
church had a conundrum party at the
residence of Mr. H*. W. Pobston Monday
night, which was well attended. They
realized a good sum of money front the
On last Saturday night a small number
of young folks had a coasting party on
(iildersleeve Avenue. The crowd coasted
until about 11 o'clock, and all enjoyed the
sport very much, if tiie most of them were
sick the next day.
The estate of J. Howe Savers, dee'd.,
w ill be sold at public auction on 22nd of
February, 1898, at the front door of the
court house by the commissioners, 11. C.
Atderson, J. W. Chapman and Oeo. W.
St. Ciair.
We notice that the Graybeal mill prop?
erty on Clinch River is advertised for sale
at February court. This is the best loca?
ted mill in the county and presents an op?
portunity for some one to acquire fine
property. It is sold on long credit.
How does your conscience feel when you
remember that you have not paid your
subscription to the Republican? Some oi
you are careless, some are indifferent, and
some of you may never intend to pay.
We hope few, ifany, will have their names
written on the N. G. list.
When you come to town don't fail to
patronize Coffee's restaurant and feed sta?
ble. He takes good care of man and
Mr. W. G. Harrisson, of the firm of
Harrisson & Gillespie Bros., left on Mon?
day afternoon for the eastern markets to
purchase the Spring stock of goods for his
firm. We predict that he will buy with his
usual taste and judgement, and a very
beautiful line of goods will be placed before
the customers of his firm the coming
Mr. J. E. Jackson has moved his family
into the Episcopal rectory. We went
through the rectory under the guidance of
Mr. Jackson and found it a very beautiful,
convenient and roomy house. The vestry
of the church exercised good judgment in
the selection of a plan for the building,
and had the work done for a surprisingly
small amount.
Anything we have in our store can be
bought for cash. There is no difference
between cash prices and racket prices,
Dodd & Co.
Some of tiie items of one of our Burke's
Garden correspondents, we ate informed,
were rather personal. We hope our kind
correspondents will refrain from sending
us items that are personal in character.
We do not wish to wound or offend any
one, and have to rely upon those who act
2 ?
' /Cs-, ^ ou m^ yofseh* hi style. -
- ^/ro^ We guarantee the quality,
and the price takes care of
Read our adiin this and $
every other issue of this paper. i
as correspondents to recognize this policy
Mr. ?. 11. McCoy ha* leased the Hotel!
Tazewell, at Pocahontas. See his ail. in
another column.
Judge Martin Williams, ot Pearisburg,'
Va., was in town Tuewlay on professional
business. He said the earthquakes that
united Giles county were considerably ex
agerated, but from our own experience
last Saturday,and the scared faces of those
we saw when the earthquake came that
day, we hardly think there has been much
exageration as to the character of the
quakes or their effect upon the people of
Mr. .1. M. Coffee has come to Tazewell
with the announced purpose of becoming
a permanent and useful citizen. He has
shown ns a letter received by him a few
days ago with regard to the purchase of a
lot of saddle and driving horses. The let?
ter says in pari: "1 want to buy a few
well broke and gaited saddlers, of good
size, well put up and well mannered; also
few good drivers, with knee action and
prompt."' These horses, if purchased
here, will go to the seacoast.
The two new reels ami hose ordered for
the lire companies have been received,
and Fire Company No. 1 tried them on
yesterday, With a little more drilling
Tazewell will have as efficient fire corps as
is found in any town in the land. The
town is fortunate in this respect, and the
next tiro that comes, which we hope will
not be soon, we will see different work to
that which has heretofore prevailed at hi es
The editor was in tides county last Sat?
urday visiting his uncle, Major W. P. Ce?
cil, when the earthquake came that was
felt throughout this section. It was the
writers first experience with a Giles county
earthquake; and we must confess it was
rather startling. The people along New
River have had considerable experience in
the past twelve months with seismic dis?
turbances, but they have not gotten used
to them, and never will, if they do come
frequently without any dangerous results.
Rev. W. W. Ruff preached at Central
church last Sunday from the text found in
the eleventh verse of the eight chapter of
Rccleeiastes. The congregation was not
small, considering the badly drifted roads.
The eatthquake shock on Saturday after?
noon was feit distinctly here.
Mi>> Mollie Rosenbaum, who has been
in Washington City ever since the first of
last September, is expected home this
week. We hope city life has not proved
so fascinating to her that she will scoff at
her native land.
Mr. Emmett Peery has been quite ill at
Sharon College for several weeks.
Mrs. ,1.1>. Greever's fust visit, since her
recovery from grippe, was made at the
Academy last Saturday.
Mr. Hubert Suiter and brothers, Albert
and Sainmie, spent Saturday and Sunday
at home on Hunting Camp.
One of the school boys has hit upon a
novel plan for preserving hair. Iiis said
that he carries a lock of golden hair in a
dainty little bottle, lied with a dainty blue
ribbon. Doe3 it's preservation require
alcohol,?C ?
There has been an addition of four to
the music class at B. G. A. this term.
Mr. Ephriam King i.s reported improv?
The cattle traders are returning.
On last Wednesday and Thursday Prof.
Greever exercised his principalship in fill?
ing bis new ice-house, leaving the school,
which was not very flush, in the hands of
his assistants.
Some thermometers here registered
eight degrees below zero last week, but if
is said they registered six degrees lower at
Tazewell. We sympathize with the peo?
ple of Tazewell.
A Stchext.
Mrs. Brown is on the sick list this week.
Misses Mary and Casa King, of Bulk's
Garden, and Mis. Nannie Ratliff, of
Broadford, were visiting friends and rela?
tives in Little Valley last week.
Mr. M. F. Brown had the misfortune to
lose a tine steer iast:week.
There was a crowd of boys and girls at
Mrs. Osborn's Friday night. The same
crowd visited Mr. Henderson RatlhTs
folks on Saturday night, and Mr. Otis
Caldwell on Sunday night. The crowd
consisted of Misses Mary and Cara King,
Mattie Ratliff and Mrs. Nannie Ratliff.
Messrs A. K. and M. C. Osborn, Willie
Ratliff and John Pack.
Mr. Joseph Blankinship is talking of
moving his family to liichlands.
Just one more month of school at this
place then the teacher and students will
part. Some of them say it will be a sad
and coughs and all lung trouble3
is the standard remedy. It is now
put up in half-size bottles.
Mr. Ward L. Smith, of Frederickstown,
Mo., was troubled with chronic diarrhoea
for over thirty years. He had become
fully satisfied that it was only a question of
a short time until he would have to give
up. He had been treated by some of the
best physicians in Km ope and America but
got no permanent relief. One day he
picked up a newspaper and chanced to
read an advertisement of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
He got a bottle of it, the first dose helped
him and its continued use cured him. For
sale by Jno. E. Jackson, druggist.
Arc Von \V>als?
Weakness manifests itself in the loss of
ambition and aching hones. The blood is
watery; the tissues are wasting?the door is
beingopened fordisease. A Lottie of Browns'
Iron Bitters taken in time will restore your
strength, soothe your nerves, make your
blood rich and red. Do you more good than
?>. special course of medicine. For sale by
Tazewell Dkuo Co., Sole Agents.
What is
It is a strengthening food and
ionic, remarkable in its flesh-form?
ing properties* It contains Cod
Liver Oil emulsified or partially
digested, combined with the well
known and highly prized Hypo
phosphites of Lime and Soda, so
that their potency is materially
It will arrest loss of flesh and
restore to a normal condition the
infant, the child and the adult. It
will enrich the blood of the anemic;
will stop the cough, heal the irrita?
tion of the throat and lungs, and
cure incipient consumption. We
make this statement because the
experience of twenty-five years has
proven it in tens of thousands of
CaSeS* Br sure you gtt SCOTT'S Emulsion.
50c. and $t.oo, all druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York.
The firm of Peety & Dodd having been
dissolved the 1st day of the present month
we desire all persons who are indebted
to the firm to come forward and settle
their accounts in the usual way. We wish
to return thanks to our friends for the lib?
eral patronage they have extended us and
ask that they continue the same to Dodd
& Co., who are our successors.
Phkry it Dodd.
Everything is quiet in Sinking Waters,
as it has been too cold for people to stir
out, especially on ground-hog day.
W. L. C. Burke passed through Satur?
day on his way home from Tazewell.
Mr. Ceo. Brewster, of Sinking Waters,
is very bad at this writing with typhoid.
David Christian, of Bear Wallow, gave
us a call one day last week.
B. P. Payne ami Mack Catron left Sink
ing Waters Sunday evening for Thompson
Valley, to be,?well I dont know whether
they were going for the wedding or dance.
G. P. Beavers, of this place, made a
(lying trip to Welch one day last week,
returning home Saturday.
Eva Beavers, who has been visiting her
brother near Maxwell, for the last week
returned home Sunday.
Gracie Beavers is very sick at this writ?
Mr. Haram Kenser departed this life
Jan. 26th 1S9S, after a long spell of sick?
ness. Mr. Kenser was a good man and
the community will miss him greatly.
But death is a debt we all must pay.
"Blessed are the dead who die in the
Lord/' The bereaved ones have our heart
felt sympathy.
N eu.
From the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Ferdinandina, Fla., Feb. 28, 1S90.
Mr. J. George Suhrer, Druggist, City,
Dear George ?Please send a bottle ol
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I would
not feel easy if I knew there was none of
this valuable remedy in the house. I have
given it a fair test and consider it one of
the very best remedies for croup that I
have ever found. One dose has always
been sufficient, although I use it freely.
Any cold my children contract yieldf
very readily to this medicine. I can con?
scientiously recommend it for croup and
colds in children. Yours respectfully,
Gho. E. Wolff.
Sold by Jno. E. Jackson, druggist.
The Bryanites will force the Gold Dem?
ocrats to line up with the Republicans in
the coming Congressional elections. The
Republicans will be glad to have their aid
and the silveritcs will lind out how num?
erous they are when the results of the elec?
tions are known.
It looks very much like the Republicans
will have to meet the Bryan combination,
composed of Democrats, Populists and so
called silver Republicans, in the Congress?
ional elections next Fall. Let it come!
The Republican partv beat them in 1896
and can do it again in 1S98.
It is understood that the treaty for the
annexation of Hawaii turns upon two or
three votes in the Senate. Let the turn
come and the question be settled.
The first retrenchment the Virginia Leg?
islature proposes to exercise is to abolish
the oilice of Register of the Land office
which is held by a gentleman from South?
west Va. Col. Jno. W. Richardson, of
Smyth county, has been elected to the
place, and is the first man from this sec?
tion who ever held a basement office.
The Democrats east of the Blue Ridge and
of the Valley manage to scoop everything
and leave the Southwest out.
Billy Bryan has succeeded in outclassing
Jim Corbett as a retailer of chin music.and
Corbett has retired from the ring in dis?
gust. Even Tillman and Mary Ellen
Lease are about to throw up the sponge
and acknowledge the superior loquacity of
the Nebraska orator.
The whipping post bill is again on the
calendar of the House of Delegates of the
Virginia Legislature, and it is announced
by its friends that the measure will become
a law. We will not be surprised if it does.
The Democratic party is one that always
advances backwards, except in its fraudu?
lent marches on the ballot box.
wholesale and retail dealer ix
Foreign and Domestic Liquors and Wines. Pabst Milwaukee Beer.
Qmirt Gallon
(?verholt,guaranteed 10 vrs (1.50 $8.00
Finch's Golden Wedding... 1.25 6.00
Gibson's Furo Rye. 1.25 5.??
Goodman's (1800) Private
Stock. 1.15 4.50
Belle of Nelson . 1.00 4.(10
Springdale 1875 Rye. 1.00 3.75
Baker's Pure Rye. I "') 3.50
01.1 Time Kentucky Bye.St) 3.20
White Mills Old Bourbon. .75 2.70
I Old Virginia Glades rye.75 2.50
Old Velvet."..75 2.50
Honeymoon Pure Kentucky
Bo?rbon.6C 2.20
McBrayer Kentucky.60 2.20
Imperial Cabinet...".50 2.00
Commercial Rye. 1.50
Dnffey's Malt Whisky. 1.00 -
White Malt Bye (4 years).. .75 2.70
Canada Malt.75
Ohl Crow.75
}'er Gallon.
Pure White Rye.$1.50 to 2.00
North Carolina Corn. 1.50 to 2.20
Bottle Gallon.
California Grape.?1.00 ?4.00
Distilled Blackberry. 1.25 5.00
Slivovitz. 1.50 5.00
Floyd Co., Va.,Apple. 1.00 4.00
Maryland d'bledis.Apple .75 3.00
Kentucky Apple.75 3.00
Virginia Apple.60 1.50 toL'.oo
Pure Blackberry Brandy .75 1.50 to 2.00
Bock and Rye...601.50 to 2.00
Bench and Honey.60 1.50 to 2.00
Ginger Brandy.501.50 to 2.00
Florida Orange Brandy.... 1.00
Crystalizod Brandies. 1.00
K?mmel. 1.00
Jamaica Rum.$1.00
Old London Dock Bum. 1.50
Oporto Bum. 1.00
New England Rum.75
Genuine Irish Whiskey.75
(lam Kirk Scutch Malt. 1.75
Jameson's Irish. 1.75
John Jameson &Son,Dublin 1.75
G. II. Mumm it Co.'s Extra
Piper Heidsick, Grand Sec. 1.75
Gold Seal Extra Dry. 1.00
Werner's Extra Dry.75
Moot, Fils et Cic Epemay... 1.25
Jas. I lennessev it Co**'
Jas. J lennessev it Co.**. 2.00
Otard Dupuy it Co. 1S74. 2.25
Pinet, Castifon it Co. V. S.
O. P.
Ix'iioir. Fils it Co.
Jules Pomeroy it Co.
Bernard Frei es it Co. 1.00
Hot. Per Gallon
Tokay Cabinet.?1.00
Vino Vermouth. 1.00
Catawba.75 ?2.50
California Sherry.75 2.00 to 2.50
I teidesheinier Rhine.75
Xiersteiner Rhine.75
Forster Reisling.75
Blackberry..'..501.50 to 2.00
MalagaSweet Wine.75 2.00
Dufl Gordon sherry. 1.00 4.00
Pen i'ark, Virginia, Claret .30 1 doz 3.00
St. Julen Claret Bordeux .50 case 5.00
Booth it Co. Imported
Old Tom.$1.00
Wood it Co. Domestic Old
Tom .75
Crown Malt Ityo Gin.
Posthoorne (Jin.
Superior Holland Gin. 1.00
Holland Gin.
1.50 to 3.00
Send for Full Price List.
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Over ten thousand dollars worth of lino and medium Furniture always on hand. When in the city call and look through
our large store room.
Bluefield, W. Va.
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the republican, Tazewell, Va.
General Kitchener, who is in command
of the Anglo-Egyptian forces in the Sudan,
has ordered several locomotives from
American manufacturers.
The recent general rain throughout Cali?
fornia will greatly benetit the growing
crops. They had been sull'ering very
much from a protracted drought.
rln took its place. This serves, as far
as it goes, to prove that sugar is food
in a true sense, and (hat it is in particu?
lar food for the muscles.?Youth's Com?
The En a of Her Earth.
"Before wc wore married," she pro?
tested, "you declared you would go to
jthe end of the earth to make me hap
' "Yes," he replied, coldly.
She shuddered.
TTad he already run through her real
Mr. Gladstone, accompanied by Mrs. i
Gladstone, drove to church afc Cannes, \ estate.?Detroit Journal.
France, on last Sunday,
walk without assistance.
lie was able to
Ex-Secretary of State William M.
Evarts celebrated the SOth anniversary of
his birthday on the Gth inst, at his resi?
dence in New York. His children and
grandchildren were present. Mr. Evarts
is now blind, and his once splendid intel?
lect is going gently to sleep.
> A Done Floor.
i At the village of Orton Longueville,
near retcrsborough, England, an exca?
vation discloses a well-mad'e floor about
six feet below the level, constructed of
knuckle bones, supposed!to be those of
sheep and cattle. It is estimated that
the floor is at least 150 years old.?>T. Y.
Experiment I'rovcH Snftar to DC n
Strength Tood.
Those who are fond of food which
contains sugar will be pleased at the
result of experiments recently made
at the instigation of the Prussian war
office. It is a fact -well known to the
Alpine tourists that on difficult climb?
ing excursions an increased desire is
felt for sweets and sweetened foods,
and many who never touch such things
at home devour large quantities of them
on these tours.
It is also frequently remarked that
the guides eagerly appropriate any
sugar that may be left over, and con
Eume it on the journey. Whether the
sugar afforded real benefit to the moun?
tain-climber was the subject of the in?
vestigation?that is, did the consump?
tion of sugar render the tired muscles
capable of renewed exertion?
To answer the question conclusively
the subject of the experiment was not
allowed to know that a test was being
made. On one da}- a sweet liquid, con?
taining 30 grammes of sugar was ad?
ministered ; on the next a similar liquid,
sweetened by saccharin to render it
indistinguishable from the other, so
far as taste was concerned, took the
place of the sugar.
The result was a complete triumph
for the sugar. It was found that a
greater amount of work could be ac?
complished on the days when the sugar
was rriven than on those whan eaccha
UnLed Clnins.
Wash well and put in pot with just
eno?gh water to keep them from burn?
ing. Cook until shells open; then take
out and stir tlicrr. up with some of
the clam bro'h; season with salt and
pepper and add butler. A couple of
slices of buttered toast put \n*.o she
dish before pouring in the clams is very
?-ood.?(\oo<* TTnri?i*lrp?nln rr
In Looks Only.
i Mrs. Cumso?Your husband dresses
Very quietly.
Mrs. Crawker?Does lie? You ought
jto hear him when he can't find his col?
lars, or his sleeve-links become mis?
!Job Work. ..
The Republican
Job Office
Is complete. All kinds
of work done neatly and promptly.
Letter Heads,
Note Heads,
Bill Heads,
and Special Jobs.
Our prices will be as low as those
of any first-class office.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
At Pocahontas, a.
I oiler 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
Pocahontas, Va.
All kinds of stone and brick
work ami plastering done. I?iIm
and estimates made on all kinds
of work in my line. Inspection
of my work in Tazewell invited.
Also lime kiln builder.
Call on or address
lob Work.?Note heads from ?1.50 per
1000 up to ?2.50. Envelopes, XXX, from
?1.75 per 1000 up to ?2.50. Wedding in?
vitations?We have the most beautiful
stvles of paper, lovely, new type and will
give you invitations cheaper than you have
ever gotten them. The hottom knocked
out on visiting cards. Wo are prepared to
do all kinds of job work. We keep all
styles of stationery. We will do your
work quickly and do not propose to be
outdone with low prices.
Everybody Says So.
Cascarcts 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 bowels
cleansing the entire system, dispel colds,
cure headache, fevoi-, habitual constipation
and biliousness. Please buy and try a box
of (j. C. C. to-dav; 10, 25, 50 cents, Sold and
guaranteed to ciirc by all druggists.
Gentml ? H?teL
(Near Courthouse Square)
SURFACE I WHITE, - ? Proprietors.
Livery Stable attached. Good Sample
Rooms. Table fare the best. Nice Bed
rooms, etc.
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Tour Life Anaj.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag
netic. full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To
Bac, the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. All druggists, 50c or 81. Cure guaran?
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Kemedy Co., Chicago or New York.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c
If C. C. C. fall to cure, druggists refund mono?
Educate Your Bowels With Cascarets.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forevct.
10c, 25c. If C. C. C. fail, druggists refund money.
To Curo Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c.
If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money.
If you caught cold during Christmas, a bottle of
our White Pine Cough Syrup will cure it.
If you suffer with cold feet at night one of our
Hot Water Bottles will make you happy.
? If your hands are chapped or rough our Toilet
Cream will fix all that.
It is getting time now to take something for the
blood; you will have to before Spring. Our Ext. Sar
sapari 1 In is the proper tiling, just as good and just as
much for 50c a bottle as other kinds at a dollar.
Drugs and Stationery, ^ ^
Tazewell, Va.
Year !
Has come and with it Xew Prices on our splendid
stock of Chinaware, Glassware and Queensware. We
have no bargain counter because
Everything in Our Store
Is a
Bc=i rga i in s ^C: ^
In Stationery we sell a great deal, but do not let our
stock run down.
Our Candies are always fresh and fine.
The Jewelry^^aaasL
and Silverware in our cases are not only pretty and
good but cheaper than ever before. Do not forget it is
to your interest to come and buy from us.
Pobst Building, Tazewel, Va.
"You can fool
all the people part
of the time; you
can fool part of
the people all the
time, but you
can't fool all the
people all the
Therefore we
don't intend to
fool you at all.
So come right in
and get your
medicine at Taze?
well Drug Store,
where you will
find everything
new and fresh.
G. H. Lasdon, Mgr.
The Cold, Winter Months
Are Now on Hand.
Many will want something to please the taste. I have not lost sight
.of the fact and have prepared for the occasion. Thoee who need
.pure liquors should write or come to me for"oid Sherwood" or
?"Guggenheimer." I make a specialty of these goods.which are
.bought direct from bonded warehouses and are sold with a positive
.guarantee of being pure. Can furnish such brands as "Old Gibson."
."High Spire Wilson." "Old Wilson," "Dillinger Pure Rye," "Mt.
.Vernon," "Echo Spring," "M. L. Bryant," "Rock City Rye,"
."Horseshoe," &c. I also make a specialty of pure Virginia Apple
.Brandies, pure Old North Carolina Corn Whiskies, Rums, Blackberry
.Brandies, Gins, Cordials and Claret, Sherry, Port and Champagne
.Wines. Can ship these goods in cases nicely packed of in juga to
suit customers. Send your orders to me or when in city call to see
.me. Respectfully,
D. J. WHITAKER, Prop. Pocahontas Inn Bar, Pccahontas, Va.

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