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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 7 January 1897

Volume VI. LOCAL BRIEFS, athered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Subscribe foi Thk Rkpcbltcax. The schools nil started up again on Monday with pood attendance. Mrs. B. \V. Stras has been quite sick, but at this writing is very much better. Dr. Thompson has purchased the under? taking business of J. Y. Crawford & Son. One of Mr. J. F, Hurt's children has a mild case of dyptberia, but is getting better. ltev. J. K. Barman has about recovered his usual health, and is out attending to his business. Bustcn & Sons advertise soaps for the miilions. Soap is au indispeusible compfurt. Mrs. J. S. Browning and daughter, of rccahonias, have gone to Florida to spend the winter. Col. Jno. (J. Watts has gone to Russell to look after his agricultural interests in that county. Mrs. Jno. Ball has been seriously ill again, but we are glad to announce is now greatly improved. Maj. Henry, who has been on a visit to bis mothers, at Houston Halifax County, ...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 7 January 1897

Ezeweii Kepuoiiean ilished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, va., M C. PENDLETON, Editor aud Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION'S, in, one year, cash in advance . . s 1 00 ions on time.1. l 50 i and N. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 j.SING RATES fumbhed on apphca spondenve solicited, lersof Thk republican arc not re opinions expressed by Correspon .publican is entered at the Post-office at Virginia, as second-class matter. - csday, January 7, 1897 189G-7. old vcar has passed away the New Year has come. The fmblicau begins its work for 7 with a uew volume and in a new form. To all of its read ? ers and pat rons it gi ves greetings and exteuds wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year. The year 1890 to many coun? tries was an eventful one. In a public or political sense it has proven a .year long to be remem? bered. The public; interests of every continent of the world have to some extent been affect? ed. In Africa it witnessed the advance of the English in the Soudan, the first step toward adding ano...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 7 January 1897

Home Im THAT LITTLE HOOM, TOP PLOOFL S true, and WO wn?we Our dream two? The boa\:t In the oK1. vhyiv. s When i When m: nest. "Next tab And it In that :.: It :i 1 Anil land sli When "Wir:. ? And our I.!!. . For .' nr . (The - onths i :, Refused to sc Th? 5 ft From the !.:?.! The soda bavob For wo ? '. But my When th And my I ? To a While I From -Nixon Buch a Such This bl You (?:?.: 1 ca. : Ail Wit! All wl And su Guinc Oha. L Pruo, Eva, VI Lily, . Not to E Isabel There e In dar '.f. ? And f Th iugh Woul 1 That t! These Though And sm An .. I ? Who: . ? ? me wo plaarstd i. t iiiies of the sweetest ur fair, white hand? i request was to build a Leaven!" I r.\, re; h, Love dwelt, you know, ack room, tcp flo< r. we here should dwell, ?' ?wn and sup, ys to the good old days ?j not settle ur>. ame back :. y rhymes, a were sometimes soro crc sent for bis past duo back room, top floor. 'ear It scorns, my dear, ! v.ns Ion? ago, i i-re arc now move fair e ut the time?yon kn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 7 January 1897

In (he clerk's o-ilce <>f Ta/.e Q.uri January 1st I8?7. '} Is Chancery b?-p I.. lliektiian, Nannie ^Iti Ihidianan, Carrie Buch Buehanan, Mullie Budian . Hopkins administrator of feed., defendants. I this suit U to have specific w>\ contract entered into ^ pUnnant nu?i tiiy father, rn. in lifetime of the latter, _JW James Alten sgree?! to give, . Scurry to -VVui. Alien the loner _. -J^it is.the north Md.) or ead of a Tract of about acre* of land in Taxe well county, Va., on mirth I? of liich mountain. ne>ir town of TasewelV, arid Rn partition and general and -j'-T!?l relief. And it appoarm? froui affidavit <>n liie iti Bai?ot?cHthnt Hobt. All?*?,George IH?k Juan and Nannie Mickinnn mv non-recT dents of the ?taie of Virginia, it i* onlen d I bat fhey appear lu-ra vdtfrin fifteen <i;y. nfier due publica hm uf thi- order and <io what is necessary to | r iteci their interest in this Suit, and tlut wip...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 14 January 1897

Volume VI. LOCAL_BRIEFS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. The health of Mrs. Jno Ball is not much improved. Governc r o'Fcrrall is suffering with ase-! Vere attack of grippe. Mrs Wm Britta, of North TazeweU, still continues in ill health. Dr. \V. P. Nyo has been laid up with the grippe but is going about again. Messrs Thompson and Moss, of Burks Garden, have gone South with horses. The clerk of the county court has al? ready issued six marriage licenses this year. Next Tuesday the regular term of the County Court of TazeweU for January will begin. Mr. William Barns, of the Cove, was in town today and reports everthing serene jn his locality. Bush F. Cecil, Esq, of Cedar Bluff, was in town Tuesday, and paid our office a pleasant cail. Mrs. J. K. Ward has been suffering With a severe attack of grippe, but is now much better. Evangelist Hypes, of Salem Va., is now conducting an interesting meeting at the church in Bowen's Cove. Mrs. Barbee and Miss Will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 14 January 1897

Republican Thursday at ELL, Vi., P ENDLETON, Proprietor. srBsrRimoN's. iilriican. one year, cash in advance . . $ 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 50 KepubJican and .V. y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnihhed on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publisher* of The RuUbLican arc not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. The bxebmjoan is entered at the Fost-oatec at Taicwoll, Virginia, as second-class matter. Thursday, January 14, lS'JT FARMER'S BOYS There is a great disposition among the sons of farmers to leave home and seek their fortunes in towns and cities. The allurements of commercial and professional life entico them so strongly that they cannot resist the temptation. The boys who do not stay on the farm and stick to agricultural pursuits make, as a general thing, a great mistake. There is no calling more honorable, more successful or more pleasant, when rightly followed, than th.it of farming. Notwith? standing, we find the number o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 14 January 1897

Irl o m Re THE OLD BARN DOOfi. In the twilight, when I'm dreaming With n:y bead upon my arm, I am back again. jhi urchin, On the ever-cherished farm; And the object that enthralls me With ne'er-forgotten lore. And its shape, grotesque and homely. Is tho old Kirn door. I can see it swinging, swinging, I can hear its rasping noise, For we never o-.led the hinges. Wo, a lot of heedless boys: How we banged it, hew wo slammed Itc Till we thought Its troubles o'er! But a , : ' stubborn fellow Was the old barn door. I car. sto its nallheads rusty, And Its home-made wooden latch. Worn by many years of service Ti l ui last it wouldn't catch; I remember how we marked It With our Jack-knives o'er and o'er. Till each inch of space was covered. On the old barn door. In the lower left-hand corner Is a namo I cut cue day When a boyish heart was beating For a lass aero?.* tho way; Long ago she left the homestead, And i know she thinks no more Of the pretty name still standing On the old tarn door. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 14 January 1897

Clerk's office of Taze t, January 3d, 1897. r?d S. D. Burgunder, lere in trade under the Bros. & Co , and D. as D. E. Walbush & j In Cmanceky , E. Goodman, Trustee, . S. C. Graham law part? ners as Henry i Graham, J. W. Chapman and A. P. Gilk-pie, law partners as Chap? man & Gilleepit Baltimore Building and Loan Association. Paul S. Levy & Co.. and Jacob M. Levy & Co., mercantile firms whose individual names are unknown to complainants. Bank of Bramwell, S. A. lantor, Samuel Hyman, H. B. Silverstein, . . Freeman, Eddie Hyman, Ricca Hy ; n, Erma Hyman, Goodman Bros, and Armstrong Cator & Co., Merchantile firms whose individual names are unknown to Complainants, Sarah Morris, and the un? known creditors of Joseph Hyman in eluded in a deed of Trust Class 18 execu? ted by Joseph Hvman to E. Goodman, Trustee dated Dec". 2Sth 1S96, and B. W. Stras Defendants. The object of f hi9 suit is to secure the ap? pointment of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 21 January 1897

Volume VI. Towx LOCAL BRIEFS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Miss. Sally May Haynes is improving. Mrs. Juo Ball, who has been so ill is better. Mrs.gKate Peery has been quite sick, but is now better. Fresh Candies always on hand at Pobst & Wingo. Capt, Samuel Walton, of Falls Mill, was in town Monday. Drummers Lave been very numerous in town this week. J. Sanders Giilespie ha3 spent several days of the week in town. The celebrated Eldorado Cigar is the best nickel Cigar sold by Pobst <? Wingo. Mr. Ii. S. Porter, one of Graham's prominent merchants, was in town today. Last Saturday was the anniversary of - the editors birth. We had the grippe to assist us iu celebrating it. Have you got it? This is the question now being asked every one. It is the grippe. Pobst & Wingo have a handsome new advertisement on the second page of this issue. It will pay you to read it. Catarrh is a constitutional disease and requires aco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 21 January 1897

Published every Thureday at TAZEWELL, VA., WILLIAM C. PEKDLETON, Editor nnd Proprietor. suBsaupTioys. Republican, on? vear, ci^h in advance . . 11 00 Bubteriptfoni ou lime. 1 60 Kupublicun xn<i N. Y. Tribune, one your, . 1 33 ADVERTISING RATES ftnnUiea on appUc* lion. CorreiipontIeTi?o t,ullcit?i!. The publishers of Tv.a KXTCBLICUI are not ro ?peiuiblc for opinions expraned toy Ooweipon *ents. 9 Tkk Rkfuelicak Is entcre.1 at the Post-office at Tnrcwcll, Virginia, as cooond-vIOM matter. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 185)7. PROTECTION. If ever any political principle or govern? mental policy bus received the unmistaka? ble sanction of the people the protective policy of the Republican party has ob? tained such sanction. The election of 1SP4 \v?ie fought almost exclusively on that is tue, while the Prcaidental elaction of lSl'? turned on the currency tirtt and the tariff next Income sections the tariff was the im>st important issue of the two. Every person who supported M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 21 January 1897

?HSOMOF OLD TEXAS. Cfcv. Bot Up by Count St ?eilig ia 1714. tTcoant^Q Fragment o! south western ly.siary?Tl>o Count's :.*cctini; with * tSa Iii. :i I-o T:-.o"SSt Ii? .iliU S.a.:.. ?".eve is much v. 'ell-uut 'leuCcated ;na :ri il ft>r tie historian ;:; the minds of "1. v. I rn . of ; is-bci der that > 111 I beyond the reich of all \vritr . Few people ka :w ailytbmg of t ic first, settlements" in Texas^ and, I 'less, many will '.<e astonished to.1 :: irn that the business of Creating re ics i:i that country commenced! rly 200 y rs i go. There were fili ? tors who dreamed ol carving out/for :lv< u mpire in the great south i ?? I eft re i . on Aaron R.:rr w:ss orn. Others iu the r?nldsof themoat an Ful readers of history will possibly irprlsc to I ? (rn that itrc old San ? io road, wl ich is one of the ' < :cown iandxaarks in the .southwest laid o can fully mapped just . years afro. It. was at one tinic re? sided v.s the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 21 January 1897

: Clerk's office of Taze H, January 3d, 1897. tnd S. D.* Burgunder, Ts unTT^RThiers in trade under the ?e of Burgunder Bros. <fe Co , and D. K" Walbush, trading as 1>. E. Walbush Co., Complainants. \ vs. }? Is Chancery Joseph Ilyman, E. Goodman, Trustee, R. R. Henjyand S. C. Graham law part? ners as Eienry & Graham, J. W. Chapman and A. P. Gillespie, law partners as Chap? man ?& Gillespie, Baltimore Building and I.oan Association. Paul S. Levy & Co., and Jacob M. Levy & Co., mercantile firms I whose individual names aic unknown to | complainants. Bank of" Bramwell, S. A. Lantor, Samuel ilyman, Ii. B.Sil verstei n, R. Freeman, Eddie ' Bymah, Picea Ily? man, Ernia Ilyman, Goodman Bros, and Armstrong Cater ?i Co., Morchantile firms whose individual names arc unknown to Complainants, Sarah Monis, and the un? known creditors of Joseph Ilyman in? cluded hi adeed of Trust Class iS exeni ted by Joseph Hvman to E. Goodman,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 28 January 1897

VOLUME VI. Towi LOCAL BRIEFS, Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Rev. J. N. Barman is quite . sick wit'i the (nippe. Judge Stuart has adjourned county court for the term. Eggs are now ten cents a dozen in this market, but they are pretty scarce. Mr. \V. W. Navlor, the saddler, is very sick with inflammatory rheumatism. Now is the time for benevolent people to be looking after the poor and needy. Rev. W. D. Buckner is quite sick at the Central Hotel with grippe. Have you seen that nobby line of sta tionary at the Tazewe'.l Drag Co's ?. Buston & Sons' Salt 1 Spanish or Bay Mackerel?the best salt fish on the Mar? ket. Cupt. R. T. Bowen, of the N. & W. Ry. Co., was in to.vn Monday on a visit to his parents. The TazeweU Drug Co. have the most Stylish stationery ever displayed in Taze weil. Maj. R. R. Henry is attending the Court of Appeals of West Virginia, which is now in f ession at Charleston. Others have found health, vigor and v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 28 January 1897

WH| well Republican ^Ed every Thursday at KEWKLL, va., ?*w? BBPt^WPw c. pendleton, Editor and Proprietor. \ '-? SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . S 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 50 Republican and X. Y. Tribune, one year. . 1 2.'< ADVERTISING RAT KS furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers or The REPUBLICAN are not re? sponsible f?r opinious expressed by Correspon? dents. Tmk Republican is entered at the IVst-office at T?te well, .Virginia, as KOOnd-ciMi matter. - Thursday, January 28. 1897. good roads. Tazewell County is a greatly favored section in many respects. It has an in? telligent, industrious and generous popu? lation, anxious to promote and advance its interests. The lands, even on the moun? tain tops, are beautiful; and fertile, while its supply of pure, running water is almost beyond estimate. Iis climate during most of the year is lovely, only part of the win? ter being severe and disagreeable. It is such a go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 28 January 1897

JHE MAN L\ THE TRAIN. The northern express was about to leave the Tedcroft Junction when two erirls rushed into the station. They had just time to hurry into tho first car- j Hagc nt hand and have their bogs and j rugs bundled in after them, when the I Whistle sounded and the train started. "How I hate a rush!" exclaimed An pcla Trevor, the elder of the two sis? ters, a handsome, resolute-looking girl, ps she sank breathless into her place. "It is so u]setting to one's nerves." "Disarranges o::e'sclothes,too," added Holly. "To think of our not having had time lo seh et n carriage for such along jour cey!" said Angela. l'oth glanced involuntarily to the other rnd of the carriage, where their ono fellow traveler sat in the corner seat on the same side with Angela. His head and face were hidden from view by the ample pagi s of the Times spread ; out before him. Two long, tweed-clad ! legs were stretchy out, finished with flatfish, feet i:i wen-finished boots. At the side glimpses showe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 28 January 1897

the Clerk's office of Taze jurt, January 3d, 1897. 'ft and S. D. Burgunder, rtners in trade under the ider Bros. & Co , and D. ling as D. E. Walbush & Its. In Chancery E. Goodman, Trustee, md S. C. Graham law part lenry & Graham, J. W. Chapman P. Gillespie, law partners as Chap? man & Gillespie, Baltimore Building and Loan Association. Paul S. Levy & Co., and Jacob M. Levy & Co., mercantile firms whose individual names are unknown tu complainants. Bank of Bramwell, S. A. Lantor, Samuel Hyman, H. B. Silverstein, R. Freeman, Eddie Hyman, Kicca Hy? man, Erma Hyman, Goodman Bros, and Armstrong Cator & Co., MerchantUe firms whose individual name? are unknown to Complainants, Saraii Morris, and the un? known creditors of Joseph Hyman in? cluded in a deed of Trust Class IS execu? ted by Joseph Hvman to E. Goodman, Trustee dated Dec. 28th 1896, and B. W. Stras Defendants. The object of this suit is to secure...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 4 February 1897

VOL. VI. Town and County News Gathered in Ami Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Hon. Henry Botren was in town Mon? day. 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 week. Mrs. Baylor, mother of Mr. Ben Bay? lor, has recovered from a recent attack of bronchitis. 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 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 4 February 1897

very Thursday at WELL, VA., ?TO? . PENDLE TON, tor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . f 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 50 tte publican and X. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondent)* solicited. The publisher* of The Republican are not ro tpensible fer opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. Tit* Republican is entered at the Post-office at Taeewell, Virginia, as Becond-class matter. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1897. RESTRICTED SUFFRAGE. It is very evident that a very dangerous plot is now being made by certain polit? ical leaders in Virginia to impair the suf? frage rights of its citizers. The Hon. Peter Otey, who is now one of the recog? nized leaders of the silver democracy, has recently sent out a circular letter to voters in the State in which he states that it is now time to get rid of the "Underwood, or black and tan" constitution. He is trying to work up sentiment for a new constitutional conventi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 4 February 1897

Horn.? Ree THE GROWN-UP LITTLE GIRL ; Ehe wa9 sitting up straight in a straight back chair; There wasn't a snarl In her shining hair, ' There wasn't a sreck on her dainty dress, And her rosy face was full of distress. When I drew near to this maiden fair, She suddenly rumpled her shining hair, And dropping down "in a heap" on the floor, lUpllfted her voice In a wail most sotro. "Now, what Is tho matter, my pretty maid?" "I'm all grown t:p!" she dolefully said, "And I'm lonesome, as lonesome as lone? some can be |For Humpty Dumpty and Rlddle-Mo-Ree. "There's Little Boy Blue, who used to creep Under our haystack and fall asleep; Ha Isn't my friend since mother dear 'Did up' my hair In this twist so queer! And the dop and the fiddle, they left mc, too, "When the baby into a woman grew; The dish has hidden away with the spoor.. And the cow has stayed at the back of tho moon! ."Tho Uttlo old woman who swept the sky Is caught In her cobwebs high and dry: And Jack and his beanstalk I canno...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 4 February 1897

\ BLE COLD WAVE Extent, Long Duration treme Severity, RO?GHO?T THE SOUTH Valley, Lake Regions and the Southeast the Minimum Temperatures For Ten Days Were Lower Thai Ever Before Recorded.. WaBbiugton, Jan. 30.?The following special bulletin was i:?ued by the Weather Bureau this afternoon on the cold wave of January 23dito 3(th: The condition of extreme cold that has prevailed over the country during the past week has been remarkable for its extent, duration and severity while the tempeature over nearly the entire United States east of the Kocky Mountains has been greatly below the normal during the Jwhole week, the deficiencies in some sections ranging | from 30 to 40 for several days. COLDEST ON RECORD. Throughout the Ohio Valley and the | Lake Regions on the 25th and the Carolina, Central and Northern Florida, Georgia, Alabama, audEasternTennesse on the 28th and 2'.<th Ithe maximum temperatures re? ported were lower than any previously recorded by the bureau during the ...

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