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LATEST WAR NEWS. There is no doubt that Commodore S.-diley's fleet has bombarded the forts that command the entrance to the harl>or of Santiago. One of the Spanish ships at lirst occupied the entrance to the harbor but was forced to retire behind a protect? ing headland. The masonry of Zacopa and Morro forts was battered almost into dust and the Spanish artillerymen and infantry could be seen dying to safety behind the neighbor? ing hills. It is thought a great many Spaniards were killed. The damage done to the American fleet cannot be learned, but it is not thought any person was killed. The auxiliary cruiser St. Paul, commanded by Capt. Sigsbee, is reported to have been seriously damaged by shells from the Spanish guns. It is now pretty well settled that the government will semi large bodies of troops to Cuba, Porto Rico and the Phillipines. It is proposed to send 70,000 men to Cuba, 20,000 will start at once. The Second Regiment of Virginia vol? unteers was ordered to leave Richmond / ? lay for Jacksonville, Fla., and is now on Vie way there. I ABSOLUTELY DISCREDITED. Navy Department Says Schiey Had No Engagement. Washington, May 31.?Naval officials abeolutely discredit the news from Cape Haytien to the elTect that Commodore Schiey forced the entrance to Santiago Bay and engaged the Spanish fleet in the harbor. The latest official advices fr om Com? modore Sehley were contained in a cable ram which came late this afternoon and that the commodore gives no indications of any intention to try to enter the har? bor of Santiago. While the contents of the dispatches were not made public the bulletin issued upon it by the Navy Department indicates that Commodore Schiey is still endeavor? ing to determine just what Spanish ves? sels are in the harbor. The bulletin fob lows: "Commodore Schiey'a lleet has sighted an ?'???I" vessel of the Viscaya class in Santiago harbor." The Naval oflucers declare that Schiey would not endevor to force his way into the harbor in view of the great difficulties of navigation which would have to be surmounted in the effort. CERVERA DID NOT GET IT. Capture of Steamer Loaded With Coal for Him at Santiago. Key West, May 3o.?The papers of the British steamer Restormel, which was captured off Santiago with a cargo of 5,ooo tons of coal for Cervera, shows that she was bound from Cardiff, Wales, to Porto Rico, but had evidently received informa? tion that it was dangerous to attempt to anter Porto Rican poits, ami ,vas seeking 'Ri vera at Santiago when captured. An empt w:.s made to scutile the frteam ' hip, but the prize crew pumped constant? ly until her arrival here. When she was boarded by quarantine officers ibis morn? ing she carried an American flag at the foremast, a truck British flag at the traf .<?frail and another British flag at half-mast " amidships. CARDENAS HARBOR CLOSED. Spaniards Have Choked Its Waters with Obstructions. Off Cardenas, May 28, via Key West, May 20.?Cardei as harbor has been com? pletely ci^.-id I y the Spaniards since the attack of the W'inslow and other Amer? ican torpedo boats. This fact was de? monstrated yesterday by the attempt of the English steamship Myrtledene to enter the poit to take on a cargo of sugar. The Myrtledene had begun to take on a cargo when war was declared, and she was ordered out by the American gun? boat Machias. The eteamer's owners daimed that, under the blockade proc? lamation, she was entitled to thirty days to load, and Secretary of the Navy Long gave the ship permission to return and complete her cargo. She found, however, that the harbor was filled with suken ob? structions and could not get in. SLAIN BY PHILIPPINE REBELS. Spanish Commander of Volunteers Falls and Houses Burn. Madrid, May 29.?A dispatch to the Imparciol from Manila dated Tuesday last, May 24, says the town of St. Thomas, Phillippines, is in a state of insurrec? tion. The rebels, it is added, have burned a number of houses and have murdered the commander of the volunteers, a priest and other Spaniards. The dispatch also announces that the cable to Iloilo has been cut. DEWEYS EYE ON THE ENEMY. War Ships in Position to Sweep the Philippines. Manila, via Hongkong, May 29.?Rear Admiral Dewey received a message last Friday evening from the insurgents no? tifying him that the Spaniards intended to attack Cavitte at once. The Petrel, Hugh McCulloch and the Callao moved to an anchorage whence they could sweep the narrow neck of land between Cavitte and the mainland with machine guns. And enemy did nothing, however. Another alarm was caused Friday night by bearing rapid musketry firing back of Cavitte. The McCulloch fired two shots from her three-inch howitzer, and the small-arm firing ceased. SAW THE SPANISH FLEET. The Ships in a Bad Condition and in Need of Coal and Provisions. New York, May 3o.?Captain Hodg? son, Of the British steamship Loughton, arrived here to-day. He says he saw the Spanish fleet at Curacoa. The ships were in a bal condition and were short of coal and provisions. -IE 1 GERTAIN OF HIS GAME. Commodore Scbley Locates tbe Span? iards at Santiago. THEY THOUGHT HE HAD DEPARTED. But He Returned in Time to See the Cristobal, Colon, Maria Teresa and Two Torpedo Boats Enter the Chan? nel, and Believes the Entire Armada Is There. Aboard Dispatch Boat, off Santiago, Sunday, May 29.?Commodore Schley is holding Cervera in this harbor by bril? liant manouvering. Commodore Schley persuaded the Spaniards to believe that he had left in disgust. The Dons took the bait and entered the channel. Commodore Schley approached this morning at 6 o'clock and saw the Cristo? bal Colon, Maria Teresa, and also two torpedo boats. He believes the entire armada is here. Commodore Schley has acted on his own judgement for the last six days, en? tirely ignoring the vagaries of the strategy board. He sat aft, in an angle of the Brooklyn this morning until the discovery of the armada and then went to breakfast, saying: "I have got them, and they will never get home.". The St. Paul arrived this morning and was sent to Mole St. Nicholas with dis? patches. We captured a coal ship which was sent to Key West. The coal was intended for Cervera it is believed. The little Santiago squadron is jubilant over having located the armada. The temperture here is one hundred and ten in the shade, and the heat in the Steele turrets is beyond imagination. The American boats here are the Brooklyn, Texas, Massachusetts, Iowa, Marblehead and Vixen. D1SFAXCH8S FROM SCHLEY BXPJBCTKD, Cape Haytian, May, 3o.?American warships have just signalled the mountain observatories. They are supposed to have dispatches from Commodore Schley. FAURE'S CALL FOR PEACE. French President Speaks Regarding the War. Paris, May 29.?M. Faure, President of France, at the unveiling of the monu? ment to the combatants of 178o at St. Etienne today, referred, in the course of his speech, to the Hispano-American war, expressing his regrets that the efforts of France and the other Powere had failed to prevent a conliict. The President declared that France was resolved to maintain the strictest neutral? ity, and :ie said he earnestly hoped that the efforts of the neutral Powers would succeed in restoring peace. A. H. Patter, with E. C. Atkins & Co., Indianapolis, Ind., writes: "I have never before given a testimonial in my life. But I will say that for three years we have never been without Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house, and my wife would as soon think of being without Hour as a bottle of this Remedy in the Summer season. We have used it with all three of our children and it has never failed to cure?not simply stop pain, but cure absolutely. It is all right, and anyone who tries it will find it so." For sale by Jno. E. Jackson, druggist. In Honor of the President. President McKinley is to be given the unique distinction of having a number of a woman's magazine named for him and prepared in his honor. The July issue of Tbe Ladles' Home Journal is to be called "The President's Number." It will show the President on horseback on the cover, with the President's new "fighting flag" flying over him; a new march by Victor Herbert is called "The President's Mach"; the State Department has allowed the magazines to make a direct photograph of the original parchment of tbe Declara? tion of Independence, while the Presi? dent's own friends and intimates have combined to tell some twenty new and un? published stories and aneciotes about bim which will show him in a manner not before done. The cover will be printed in the National colors. Commencement Program of Emory and Henry College. June 4, 8 p. m.,?Contest foi the Wil? liams medal for declamation. June 5, 11 a. m.?Baccalaureate sermon, by Bev, A. Coke Smith, D. D., Lynch burg, Va. June 5, S p. M.?Sermon before the Y. M. C. A., by Kev. Nathan Bach man, Sweetwater, Tenn. June 6,10 a. m.?Contest for Robertson prize medal for oratory. June G, 11 a. m.?Annual address before the Alumni Association, by Rev. W. S. Neighbors, Knoxville, Tenn. June 6, 8 p. m.?Anniversary celebra? tion of the Hermeeian Literary Society. June 7,10 a. m.?Commencement day, Address by the graduating class; conferring of degrees and award of medals. June 7. 11 a. in.? Annual address be? fore the Calliopean and Hermesian Liter? ary Societies, by Hon. A. A. Taylor, of Tennessee. June 7, 4 p. m.?Anniversary celebra? tion of the Calliopean Literary Society. "There's no use in talking," says W, H. Broadwell, druggist' La Cygne, Kas., "Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar? rhoea Remedy does the work. After tak? ing medicines of my own preparation and those of others' I took a dose of Chamber? lain's and it helped me; a second does cured me. Candidly and conscientiously I can recommend it as the best thing on the market." Tbe 25.and 50 cent sizes for sale .by Jno. E. Jackson, druggist. Enlisted. I fought under Lee and Stonewall, And 1 hated a Yankee like sin, But gimme my uniform, sergeant, I'm going to fight agin. I took out my old gray clothes last night, I thought of the day they was new, And I looked at the holes in the left-hand sleeve Where a Minie-ball went through. And I heard.the band play "Dixie?" My God! I heard every note And I thought of Manassas and Shiloh And a lump came up in my throat. And I said: '-Go back to that old oak chest, There ain't no more service for you; I'm goin' to fight ou the side that V right, And I'm going to wear the blue!" There's just one thought in every heart, One word in every mouth; For things is all so twisted around That there ain't no North nor South. I never tlwraght it would come to this. It's strange, but 1 reckon it's true; For it's jest one country and jest one flag. And we're all a-wearin' the blue! ?Eliza Calvert Kali, in Detroit Journal. A Beautiful Wedding. On yesterday, the 1st inst., a very beau itful wedding was witnessed at the Presby? terian church, the contracting parties being Miss Susan E. Belew and Mr. John S. Bottimore. The altar of the church and the organ in rear of the altar had been tastefully draped and dreessed with ever? greens and flowers, the windows shaded so as to darken the church and many hand? some lamps placed about the altar. A very large and fashionable audience had assembled to witness the interesting cere? mony. Messrs. E. V. Spotte, S. L. Smith, A. J. Higgiubotham and Geo. C. Peery acted as ushers. Mrs. V. L.Sexton presided at the organ and Mr. Will Henry Alderson, with his violin, joined her in furnishing very exquisite music for the occasion. They played a lovely selection before the bridal party arrived at the church. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. W. Ruff, assisted by Rev. I. P. Martin. A few minutes after 3 o'clock the minis? ters started down the aisle to the strains of Mendlesshon's Wedding March. They were followed by the ushers who marched in pairs. Then came the groom with his best man, Mr. H. E. Harman. They were followed by Miss Lillian Belew, sister of the bride, carrying a beautiful bouquet, Then the lovely bride appeared resting on the arm of her cousin Mr. A. E. Belew. When the bride arrived at the altar the groom took his place beside her and Kev. Ruff proceeded with the marriage service. At the conclusion of the ceremony the bridal couple left the church, entered a vehicle and were immediately driven to the station, accompained by the ushers, Mr Harman, Miss Belew and a number of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bottimore took the east bound for Baltimore, and will visit Washington and points on the Chesapeak Bay before they return to Tazewell. We are informed that the bride received a number of costly and useful presents. Marriage Licenses for Last Month. The following is a list of the parties for whom the clerk of the county court issued marriage licenses during tbe month of May, 1890: Whites?Winfield Shrader and Mary L, Hall, J. Samuel Gillespie and Maggie E. Crockett, John H. Hetlinger and Maggie A.. Crabtree, Henry Pruett and Eliza Shepperd, Sebok Gabor and Balogh Zsuzona, John Estill Harman and Marga ret P Harman, Robert Mulkeyand Venice Mitchell, E. L. Jones and Nellie C. V. Hall, Frank J. Waddle and Nora Eliza? beth Hanshew, John R. Davidson and Jennie Bell Lockhart, George H. Zimmer? man and Mamie Francis Mullins, Robert Altizer and Maud Morgan, Charles Caudill and Mary Jane Deskins, John T. Reedy and Rosa B. Fletcher, Jarome B. Stephenson and Rebecca Whitt. Colored?William H. Sinkford and Louisa L Harman, Edward King and Ida Hill, Samuel Green and Harriet Banks, Phil Brown and Lillie Mitchell, Joseph Denton and Nannie Thompson, Pink Combs and Lula Johnson, Charley Shep? herd and Lizzie Thompson. Don't Fail to Attend. Ye olde folkes concert will certainly come off at the town hall on Saturday night. A very interesting programme has been arranged, and tbe entertainment will be one entirely different from any that has ever been given at Tazewell. The vocal and instrumental music will be, in the main, selections that were sung and played by our parents and grandparents. The ladies and gentlemen who will take part in the concert will be dressed in old time styles. We confidently predict there will be a crowded house. The prices of admission will be very reasonable. Secure your seats as early as you can. Hundreds of thousands have been in? duced to try Chamberlain'* Cough Remedy by reading what it has done for others, and having tested its merits for themselves are to-day it's warmest friends. For sale by Jno. E. JackBon, druggist. The Cosmopolitan fqr June, We have received the Cosmopolitan for June and it contains a number of inter? esting articles handsomely illustrated. Among the number is "Liquid Air, The Newest Wonder of Science," by CLarle8 E Tripler; "In Havana Just Be? fore the War," by Frances Courtney Baylor; "Some Previous Expeditions to Tropical Countries," by Gen. A. W. Greely; "Transformation of Citizen into Soldier," by Vaughan Kester, and a num? ber of other contributions, prose and poetry, by distinguished writers,. To The Citizens of Tazewell and Sur rounding Country. Having moved to your town I take this method of informing you that I have bought out W. W. Naylor and will con? tinue tbe Saddle and Harness business on Main Street, where I shall be glad to meet and serve you in my line. Mr. Naylor will be with me a short time and will be glad to serve any of his friends while with me. I earnestly solicit your patronage. Yours truly W. L. Dkapeb. 5-12-4t A.ZEWELL, VA., TH District Conference will be held .al appointed time. We are informed that the District Con ferenc e which was originally fixed for thi 16th of this month will be held at tha time. Last week we gave notice that i would be postponed, and a date fixed here after for its assembling. It has now beer found that the smallpox scare was greatlj exagerated and will not interefere witt attendance of preacheis and delegates. The conference, accordingly, will convene at this place on Thursday, the 16th ol of June, 1893. Rev. I. P. Martin informs us that he is very hopeful of having Bisbop Hargrove here to preside over the con? ference. I Southwestern Royal Arch School. The Southwestern Royal Arch School will hold its session this year at Mont? gomery White Sulphur Springs, beginning July 13th. A splendid programme has been arranged and a large attendance of the craft is confidently expected. Dr. James O'Keeffe, and Mr. John S. Botti more, of this place, are President and Treasurer, respectively of the school. They are both enthusiastic Royal Arch Masons and stand in high esteem with the craft. A handsome, four page circular which has been distributed among the members of the different Chapters in the State was recently printed in the Repub? lican office. This circular gives in detail information as to the meeting in July. Dr. Strickler Coming. Rev. G. B. Strickner, of Union Semi? nary, Va., formerly of Atlanta, Ga., is ex? pected to preach in the Tazewell Preeby byterian ?hurch morning and night of the 4th Sabbath of June. Dr. Strickler is a preacher of renown and combines better all the essential elements of a great preach? er than any man I have ever heard. We cordially invite the presence of all the peo? ple at these special services. W. W. Ruff. Tazewell High School. The closing exercises of Tazewell High School will take place on to-morrow night, beginning at 8 o'clock. They will consist of an adress, by Rev. Jamesi A. Burrow, and vocal and instrumental selections by oupils of the school. The exercises will be held in the Methodist Church. Samantha at Saratoga, in a New Dress. One of the funniest of all the funny books is certainly "Samantha at Saratoga." Will Carleton pronounces it "delicious humor" and Bisbop Newman says it is "bitterest satire, coated with the sweetest of exhilarating fun." Formerly publisued by subscription at the price of $2.50, and sold, it is said, by the hundred thousand, it has recently been issued in an exquisite little cloth-bound volume in the "Cam? bridge Classics" series by the celebrated cheap-book publishers, Huist & Co., of i New York, as a means of widely advertis? ing that series, and is sold at the fabu lousy low price of 25 cents. It would seem URSDAY, J?NE 2, 1 I strange if they should not sell a million of them. They are sold by booksellers, or the publishers direct. Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the Burton House.Burton, W. Va.,and one of the most wide known men in the state was cured of rheumatism after three years of ' suffering. He says: "I have not suffi T cient command of language to convey any 1 idea of what I suffered, my physicians told me that nothing could be done for ' me and my friends were fully convinced ^ that nothing but death would relieve me of my suffering. In June, 1894, Mr. ' Evens, the salesman for the Wheeling Drug Co., recommended Chamberlain's Pain Balm. At this time my foot and limb were ewoolen to more than double their normal size and it seemed to me my leg would burst, but soon after I began using the Pain Balm the swelling began to decrease, the pain to leave, und now I consider tint I am entirely cured. For sale by Jno. E. Jackson, druggist. Eighteen Years. My eojourn with the good people of Tazewell has now been 18 years; and I take this method of thanking my many friends and patrons for past patronage, and solicit a continuance of the same. I will further say that if I have done any work that has not given satisfaction I earn? estly request that it be returned to me, and if caused by any fault of mine it will be repaired free of charge. 1 do all of my repairing myself. Very Respectfully, H. W. Pobst, Jeweller, Tazewell, Va. Art. Classes in drawing and painting will be continued at the High School during the Summer. You have the opportunity to learn to make crayon portraits under personal in? struction rather than by mail. Instructions given in crayon drawing, water color, oil, pastel, tapestry and China painting by Miss Beardsley, of New York. Also portraits painted to order. China fired here. The Old Procoss. Messrs. J. F., Estill and Frank Ireson have leased of Henry & Graham their flour? ing and corn mills at Maiden Spi ings, in this county. These mills manufacture flour by the old fashioned burr process, but the machinery is all new and first class. A great many persons prefer the flour made on burrs, claiming that it makes bread that is not only more palata? ble but much healthier. The Messrs. Ireson are skilled in the business they have undertaken. They not only know how to build mills but how to run them. It is their purpose to give to the people of the west end of the county the very best grades of flour and meal. If their custo? mers furnish good grain they wiH under? take to do the rest. Pon't Tobacco Spit and Smoke lour Life A Tray. To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag netlc, full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To Bac, the wonder-worker, that makes weak men strong. All druggists, 60c or 31. Cure guaran? teed. Booklet and sample free. Address Sterling Remedy Ca, Chicago or New York. June Brides. This is the month of roses and brides. Nearly everybody will be invited to somebody's wedding. In that event everybody will want a handsome new dress or suit of clothes, of which we have an elegant and large stock of every weaiable necessa? ry to decorate a bride, her attendants, the groom and his attendants. We selected a stock specially suitable for wedding and evening occasions. Mousseline de Soie, all colors. Plain and Fancy Silks, all colors. Silk Striped, cream, buff, lavender and blue. Organdies and Persian Lawns, all colors. White Satin and Moire Ribbons. White Kid and Mosquitaire Gloves. White Slippers and Sandals. White and Colored Parasols, Laces and Embroidery, all kinds. Trunks, Valises and Handbags. GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Conventional Black Suits, Frocks and Prince Alberts; Patent Leather and Cordovan Shoes; Derby, Cuban, Alpine and Planter Hats; Dress Shirts, open, fancy, plain and puff bosoms; Gauze, Balbrigan, Egyptian and Scotch Underwear; Collars and Cuffs, all styles; Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas; Cuff', Collar and Shirt Buttons, gold and plated; any kind of a tie, 4-in-hand, bow or puff, you want. - HARRISSON & GILLESPIE BROTHERS. :PUBLICA .898. Iced Tea The Season for Iced Tea Is now here. We invite evrybody to try our blend of English Breakfast and Gun Powder Tea. We have been selling this tea for more than three years. Price $1 per lb. Satisfaction guaranteed. BUSTON & SONS, We have other teas than the above. The Beauties of Nature ?all the flowers that bloom in the Spring can be found at this satis? factory millinery shop. Artificial flowers for hat trimming purposes, of course, but just as natural-looking as if growing out of mother earth. There's art in hat trimming, and it's our sole business to know the art. We study nothing else. If you are skeptical come in and let us trim a bat to suit your style of beauty. If we dou't please you you don't take the hat. Prices very moderate. . . . Tazewell Millinery Co. CANNED GOODS. -o n V/ California Peaches, 20c; California Pears, 25c, and all kinds of f" Canned Goods at lowest prices. ^ o _ c Qq BEST FLOUK on market, quality guaranteed. CHOICE - IF HAY, 70 cents. K9 3 I pi > ^ We pay one-half .cash for Produce. Ring us up at Jackson's and ^ I?" give us a trial. TYNES BROS. HAMILTON & JENKINS, Are Manufacturers' State Agents for the celebrated CONOVER PIANOS and CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS. Bargains in Second-Hand Instruments. Catalogues Free. Address them at BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA. NO. 22. VELVET S3M This famous brand is teyond all doubt the finest Rye produced at the price. We guarantee same. 6 full Qts. 4.50 per case. L. Lazarus & Co, CAROLINTc?RN s2 A two year old whiskey maJte in the State that bears is nameS Made by old copper still open fire process. L. Lazarus & Co. old VhIlTdE 25g This is a elegant three year old Maryland Rye pronounced by ex? perts to l>e A 1. L. Lazarus & Co. GEORGI?C?RN15? Two years old, copper stilled by open fire process. L Lazarus aid Go, VA. WHiTERYE $2. Made in mountains of Virginia. A pleasant, soft and elegant drink. L, Lazarus ?i Co, APPLE "BRANDIES AT $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3. & $4. Beware of Imitated Brands By other dealers at supposed cut prices. Your Money Back, our goodsgIabanteed. WRITE FOR PRICES . Lazarus &f> Pocahontas, Va. Prompt Attention to Mail Orders. 1 ariff-Water Rates. The following are the water rates which are now in force in the town of Tazewel), having been recently adopted by the town council: DWELLINGS. Dwellings, per bead over 12 years of age in family.$ l.OO Bath tubs (private) hot and cold water, per head over 12 years of age(no charge for cold water alone.). 1.00 Water closets (private) $4.00 and $1.50 per head for each mem? ber over two, above 12 years of age . 4.00 BARHEK siiOPti. One chair. 5.00 Each additional chair . 2.50 Bathing, first tub. 8.00 Each additional tub. 6.00 Blacksmith sbops . . 3.00 BUILDING PURPOSES. Laying brick, per thousand. .10 Stone masonry, per perch,. .05 Plastering, per hundred yards . .25 BANKS, OFFICES AND SLEEPING ROOMS. Two rooms or less with spigot. 3.00 " ? ?' " without" 2.00 Each additional room. .50 Drug stores, including soda foun? tain . 20.00 Stores with soda fountain. 20.00 Stores, general use,. 3.00 Photograph gallery. 10.00 Restaurants, general use. 5.00 HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. Hotels. 20.00 Bathing tubs, extra as per Bar? ber Shops,. S.OO Water closets (public house) per bowl. 8.00 Urinals, in public house, each,. 6.00 " store and private rooms... 3.00 Boarding houses, over 4 boarders 5.00 Laundry. 10.00 " steam .Special M'F'G. ESTABLISHMENTS. Drinking or washing, 4 persons or less. 5 00 Each additional person. .50 PRINTING PRESSES. Five persons or less. 5-00 Each additional person. .50 STABLES. Livery, Feed & Sale, and wash? ing vehicles. 15.00 Private stable, cows and horses per head . 1.00 ENGINES. Steam engines in shops &c. . I?.00 Dye houses. 2.oo Saddle and shoe shops. 3.00 , Fountains, Special rates to be es? tablished. If persons wish to use water for sprinkling lawns, gardens, &c, they can do so, by putting in me? ters at their own expense and paying for water at meter rates, 10c per thousand gallons (no charge for less than $10). School privileges, public institu? tions. 20.00 Private echools. 3.00 Public halls. 2 So Billiard saloon. 5 00 Bowling alleys. 5.00 Tazewell county C. H. and jail. 75.00 Washerwomen. 2.5o V. L. Sexton. A. D. W. Walton. SEXTON & WALTON, Underwriters and General Insurance Agents, P. O. Box 30. Tazewell, - - - Virginia. None but old and reliable companies represented. When you want insurance remember us. All mail communications promptly le isponded to. Rates furnished on applica? tion.