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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 1 July 1897

devoted to the interests of Tazewell VOL. VI. TOWN AND CODNTY NEWS. Sathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Mr. Jim Ed Peery's little son Albert is Very sick with flux. Squire T. A. Gillespiis of Cedar Bluff, was in town yesterday. The Tazewell Drug Company makes an interesting change in its adverts ment. We regret to hear that Mr. T. M. Rat tiff is very iil at his res'dence on Tazewell Avenue. Get your turnip and rutabaga seeds from Peery & Dodd. Ttiey have the best and will sell you the greatest quantity for your money. Mr. H. B. Kitts, of the luter-States Advertiser, of Blliefield, was in town yesterday, and paij our sanctum a brief call. Col. A. J. May and .Mr.-. May are spend? ing the week at Blue Sulphur Inn at Cedar BlutT. A good place to be this hot weather. The season for catching bass begins to? day, but there is no use in trying to catch them while tlie weather is so hot. They wont bite. Mr. and Mis. VV, Q. Mustard who were on a visit...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 1 July 1897

The Tazewell Republican Published every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?TO WILLIAM C. PEN DLETON. Editor ami Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . J 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 50 Republican and N. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of Tiik REPUBLICAN arc not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. Tun Rkitm.ic.vn is entered at the Post-office at Tazewell. Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, JULY 1,1897. OUR GOVERNMENT AND INSTITUTIONS. Next Sunday will usher in the one hundred and twenty first anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, a declar? ation which proclaimed to the world the existence of the United States of America, and laid the foundation for a magnificent constitutional republic in the Western Con? tinent. On the 12th day of July, 177?, a ccm mittee appointed to prepare a plan of confederation for the colonies reported a plan base...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 1 July 1897

I THE ANARCHIST. By Prof. Bliss Perry. IT was the first day of the fall term. I had just assigned seats to the sopho? more class In Greek, and had begun some appropriate remarks about the new college 3 ear, when the door of the recitation-room wus pushed gently open. The class looked up, and 1 turned around. On the threshold stood 0 man of 2Gor 27; a stoop-shouldered giant, with u wide-brimmed, gray felt hat, an ill-fit? ting black suit?planned as a compro? mise between a "Prince Albert" and a cutaway?a long red tuft of chin whis? kers, und narrow, imperturbable, wist? ful eyes, lie glanced at me and took off his hat. For that one second the room was absolutely silent. "I'm a freshman," he said, in n soft," southern voice. "FreshmanMeKuwntw, Am 1 in the right place?" A rapturous, deafening howl from the sophomores was his answer, and, after it somewhat extensive experience, I confess that the reputation of this par? ticular class for prompt and unanimous action with the lungs was we...

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

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 U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 8 July 1897

The Republican Is devoted to the interests of-Tazewell ( ounly. VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS, Gathered in And Around Town By Our ResidfMt And County Reporters. Our farmers are about through harvest? ing their wheat and some have begun toj thresh. Mr. II. G. McCali and family went to | Graham last Friday and returned homo on Tuesday. All tho mechanics in Tazewell Feem to be employed. Why then should they he coraplaiuing cf hard times? The Tazewell Millinery Company make a change in their advertisement this week, to which wccnll your attention. Mr. and Mrs. II. W.Steele have gone to Cedar Ulutfto spend a week at Blue Sul? phur Inn, and drink the splendid water j there. Mrs. Cushy Graham, relict of the late Judge Samual Graham has been in town the present week visiting Mrs. It. Lint tain and other friends. Miss Minnie Campbell, of Lynchburg, Va., is visiting her friend, Mrs. J. W. Chapman at this place. Mrs. Chapman and Miss Campbell were schoolmates. A party of young people went to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 8 July 1897

The TazewellRepublican rublished even- Lhursday at TAZKWEI L, FA., ?w? WILLIAM C. PEN DLETON, Editor anil Proprietor. SCBSCRII'TION'S. Republican, one year, caata in advance . . $ 1 00 Subscriptions on tiroo. 15) Kcpublican ami N. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 2f> ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers or THE REPUBLICAN are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. The Republican is entered at the Post-oflice at Tawwell, Virginia, as second-class mattur. THURSDAY, JULY S,1897. BOIES THROWS UP THE SPONGE. Among the prominent candidates for the Democratic nomination for President in 1S96 was the Hon. Horace Boiefi, ex-Gov? ernor of Iowa. He was a pronounced ad? vocate of the free coinage of silver nr the "10 to 1'' ratio. Now Mr Boies admits that the light for the free coinage of silver at the ratio advocated by Bryan and his followers is a hopeless one. The question was practically settled, he seeiKB to think,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 8 July 1897

IOnly a Missing "M." ONE Saturday morning; I was sitting at my desk opening my correspond? ence, when I came across a letter which conveyed to mc news that considerably shocked me. My old friend and client. Sir Douglas Kenwood, was dead, and the letter announcing the sad intelli? gence was from his nephew, and ran thus: ??- Cottage, Staines, June 1.?Dear Mr. ncary: I have to Inform you of the sad death of my undo. Ho passed away at ton o'cloek last night It was all terribly sud? den. He caught a violent chill last week, which developed into lnllnmmation of the luncs. We sent for Dr. Holmes, the leading doctor lure, l>ut he could do no good, and the end came last evening. "1 write to you because I think It desira? ble th?t you, as the leading family adviser, should come down here at once to arrange for the funeral, and also to go into other mattere connected with my poor uncle*8 estate. Yours faithfully, "MARK RENYVOOD." "Aha:" raid I to myself, as I con? cluded the readin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 8 July 1897

-!??i_._J|. .?!!_.: JJ.,_J1LL.1 The Siok. Miss Nannie Higginbotham continues very ill at the residence of Mr. J. W. Chapman. There is no change in the condition of Mr. T. M. Ratliff. He is very sick. Mr. H. W. Pobst, who has been very much indtspoeed for several days is much better. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Gillespie has been alarmingly ill, and today they removed her to the residence of her grandfather, Mr. Geo. W. Gillespie, where we hope it will speedily recover. J. H. Kirby, of the firm of Higgin botham & Kirby, has just returned from Pula&ki County, where he spent the 4th. He reports the wheat crop of excellent quality and has bought a car ofthegolden grain, to be shipped this week to their mill at Cedar Bluif, Va, Parties in need of a good barrel of new Hour that is guaranteed to satisfy, will do well to send them an or? der. Our Cycles End Profits, Toronto, Ont., July 5.?McLean A Ock Icy, one of the largest bicycles linns in Canada, h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 15 July 1897

The Republican I- devoted to the interests of Tazewell County. VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered, in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Arbuckle's and Lion Coffee 15c per lb at Boston & S dB? Mis.- Daisy Thompson is visiting friends in Wythe county. Mtssrs. Kufus and Charles Copeuhaver, of the Cove, were in town Monday. Mrs. Oregon Smith, widow of the Rev. Tobias Smith.is visiting at Maj. Brittains. Mr. J. H. Farmer who is an excellent mechanic, a stonemason &c, has an :d in this issue. Peery & Doddmakea change in their advertisement, which you will do well to read. W. B. Sprat, Esq., Qf Rich lands, was in town Monday and Tuesday on professional business. Rev. J. M. Williams will preach in the Methodist church on next Sunday morn? ing at 11 o'clock. Mrs.Dr. Stuart and Miss Bessie Sehon, of Huntington,W. Va.,are visiting the family of Mr. T. 1'. Bowen. Miss Vivien Gillespie, who has been visiting for several weeks in Roauok...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 15 July 1897

The Tazewell Republican Published every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?vv? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . $ 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 BO Republican and X. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATE.* furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of The RXFDBUCAM are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. Thk Republican is entered at the Post-oflice at Tazewell, Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, JULY 15,1897. A SLUMBERING VOLCANO. The campaign in Virginia this year may turn out to be a slumbering volcano. To all appearances the Bryanites have every? thing in a swing; but the conditions may greatly change before the election comes off in November. The Silver men com? pletely dominate what is called the Demo? cratic organization in the State. They are so well satisfied with their power that they are willing to rely on that, assisted by the election machiner...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 15 July 1897

Ml IN HIS ^t^s OWN TRAP. BY PHILIP BEAUFOY. THE smoking concert of the staff of Messrs.Cardew &Co.,the great en-: gmeering firm iu Westminster, was in) I ?11 Bwing at the Broad Street hotel,,' and everything was going as smoothly' as the orgauizers could have wished. | Two of the non-professional per-i formers who assisted at that entertain-' ment were Jack Langley and Arthur Mayhew. Langley was one of the most popular men in the office. He had a kind, unselfish nature, which made him liked on all sides; whilst, whenever the firm had any festivity in progress, he charmed everyone with his beautiful baritone voice. His popularity and his singing made him hated by one man, \ and that man was Arthur Mayhew. \ The two young men occupied rather subordinate positions in the office. Langley was one of the assistant book keepers, whilst Mayhew, who was tw year* his junior, was In the corrcs poudence department. Mayhew had always been the acknowledged singer of the office until L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 15 July 1897

GRANT AT WEST POINT. jProc from All Profuxiity nntl IMirc tu Iiis Co?MTNiitlna. I Grant was a most agreeable and af Jfec-tionate roommate. It. wanna my [heart when I think of the year we passed together so pleasantly. At first jwe had another inmate in our room; Ibut he was transferred to another corn jpany and we were alone together. We (never bad the slightest disagreement. [Grant was not what we called "njili jtary." He was careless in dress, he did |r.ot pay much attention to the minutiae iof drill. For two years wo were both [high privates in the company. Then j\j c w ere made cadet sergeants. We [had many a good laugh about bur-mili jtary cadet rank. He *-;*.* foot of the list, and I next above him. The next 'year, when the appointment of cadet |ofQcers was made oar. he returned to the rank of private and I to.->k the foot ,cf tho list. Grant had n good head fot atics and other studies. He was mot a hard student; he-studied enough t.> take the head of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 22 July 1897

T> devoted lo the interests of Tazewell County. VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Messrs John Robert and George Keily.of Smyth, Co. are in town. 1'hi' subscription list of the Republican j i- increasing very rapidly. A young republican lias arrived at the home of Mr- !*? P. Landen. Col. day has been at Pocahontas for several days on professional business. Mrs. 1. P. Martin and her son Paul are vititing Mrs. Chalmers at Pocahontas. S >me very line bass are being caught in Clinch river by fishing parties from town. ! a ?: this commnnity are all doing well and we hope to Bee them all restored to health. Mr. Uoodman, ol the firm of Lazarus A Co., of Pocahontas, spent the past two day? in town. Mrs. Cephas Shelburne, ofRockville, Md., is in towu visiting Dr. Gillespie and oilier friends. The infant son of Mr. W. G. Young has I;. n quite ill, I ;it we are dad to announce he k now much better. Miss LollieSe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 22 July 1897

The Tazewell Republican Aibli?hed every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?vy? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. BTJBSCRimONa Kepublican, one year, cash in advance . . f 1 00 Subscriptions on time. l 50 Kepublican am! .V. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATE-: furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of Im REPOBUCAM are not re? sponsible lor opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. Ibs Rsrusuc&s la entered at the Post-office at Tazewell, Virginia, fis second-class matter. THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1897. Pkoi-rctiox and prosperity have been companions in the past, and we may con? fidently expect them to go together in the future. * The Republicans of Russell County are likely to run Hon. J. 0. Goes as their can? didate lor the House of Delegates. He will beat any Popocrat they can put up against bim. * * * < >CT in Kansas farmers are offering $4 to J5 per day for farm hands to help harvest the splendid crops of grain....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 22 July 1897

I Under tiie Trolley Wires. By Charles W. Harwood. THE sharp ringing of n boll sounded elear above the tumultof Hamilton Corner, where the busiest thorough farcs of Winchester meet. Close at hand came lake ear, and Jim Connolly, .? rmngiiu? forward with his iron rod, tbifted ? around the curve into Center street Jim was switchboy for tho Electric Traction company. His post was the mi Idie ol the s treet, where all day long he dodged ma and turned electric . toward their various destinations. 1? n.: \aU afternoon now; Jim was I . ? ' ' rather lonely, and as he about for some acquaintance j bis ?? ' -i ( n Ted C asey standing, : svith bad to him, on the curbstone neat by. ? idle of afternoon papers was tai ked 3er Ted's arm, but he was st : . at a fantastic poster. Tl cop] dty was irresistible. Jim q ii ?;. ;? lot . id four ways, and seeing coiner was now free from cars I be dm ' over behind Ted and seized hh i bj the collar. ?? Vw. le1 ir.a be!" cried Ted, deeply ag- j grie' '? Qn, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 22 July 1897

CEDAR BLUFF ITEMS. Kev. L. O. Adams preached one of bis excellent sermons on Sunday at 11 a. m. I*t us have a straight out Republican for the House of Delegates and Senate. We don't want a kicker. Messrs Peery MeNeel, Ed Gilleapie and Ed Belcher spent Sunday in Cedar Bluff. Dr. Baylor and J. B. Hurt made a business trip to Tazewell on Monday The farmers of our vicinity are having a bad time to save their hay and oats on account of net weather. Rev. llubbard is to baptize five persons by immersion in Middle Creek on the 4th Sunday in August. Higginbotham & Kirby have just re? ceived a carload of wheat. Send to Cedar Bluff for good dour. The sick folks of the town are all im? proving and will soon be out again. Miss Nannie Yost, of Graham, is visiting friends at tins place. Blackberry picking is the order of the day. Jim Fields picked tive gallons in three j hours. A young man in town lost his job lately because Iiis daddy is a Republican. Such is Democracy. Mr. Balford Wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 29 July 1897

The Republican Is devoted to the interests of Tuzewell County. i VOL. VI. foWN AND COUNTYliwS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Raspberry Piiosphate is a delicious drink Try one of Landon's. Miss Sallie Smith, of Bristol, Tenn., is visitiog .Mrs. T. 11. Lynch. Miss Eva Brown, of Roanoke, is in town Visiting Miss l'atlie Laadou. Col. J. S. Browning was in town Tues? day, and says he is now shipping ten care ol coal a day. Mrs. 1. 1'. Martin and her son Paul,who have heen visiting at Pocahontas, got hack home on Monday. Gold in Alaska is at a fever heat, but Alaska Snow Balls at Tuzewell Drug Com? pany's are below zero. Rees T. Bowen and his son Sam were in town Tuesday. They report splendid crops in the Cove. Mr. John D. Dailey, of Baptist Valley, was in town Tuesday, and made his friends aware of his presence. Next Session of Tazewell College opens Sept 7 th. If paid then $80.00 will put you through the entire year. The commissioners of the county co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 29 July 1897

The TazewellRepublican Aiblished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?TO WILLI AM C. PENDLETON. Editor and Proprietor. sTBSCKIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . S 1 00 Subscriptions on lime. 1 50 Republican and n. V. Tribune, one year. . l 2f> ADVERTISING RATES rarnbbed on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publisher? of Tfli RSVIDIUCAM arc not re? sponsible for opinions expressed l>y correspon? dents. Tiik Rkpvbi.ican is entered at the Poet-office at Tazewell, Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1897. Rica strikes in gold liave been made near PlacervUle, in California. Prosperity seems to be striking our country in every way. What the American workingman needs is steady employment at good wages. If protection will not furnish them to him, what will? * SlLVBB is still going down in price, why dont wheat go down with it? The Bryanites said the price of wheat was influenced by the price of silver. * * * Tus Bryanitee have no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 29 July 1897

THE SILENT MARCH. When the march begins In the morning And tho heart and tho foot are light When tho lings arc all a-flutter And the world la say and bright. When the I ngles lead the column And tho drums nro proud In tho van. It's shoulder to shoulder, forward, marefc! Ah! let him lag who can! Tor it's easy to march to music With your comrades all In line, .And you don't get tired, you feel Inspired. And life Is a draught divine. When the march drags on at evening And the color-bearer's gone, (When the merry strains are silent That piped so bravo In the dawn, tVhc:i you miss tho dear old fnUowri Who started out with you, Whin it's stubborn and sturdy, forward, march! Though the ragged lines arc few. Then it's hard to march In silence. And the road has lonesome grown, And lite is a bitter cup to drink: But the soldier must not moan. Ard this is tho task beforo us, .v tusk we may never shirk, In t' gay time and the sorrowful time We must march and do our work. We must march when the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 29 July 1897

M'KINLEY SIGNS THE BILL. The Dingley Tariff Measure Became a Law at4:04 Yesterday Afternoon. W vmiixoton, July -4?The Dingley tariff bill is now the law of the land. The last step neccesasry was taken at the White Hou=e when the President affixed his signature at 4:04 o'clock to day. It had been arranged that the President should go to the Capitol to perform that function, but, owing to uncertainty as to the time that th ? !>ili would be ready that plan was abandoned. The membi rs ol il Cabinet who are in Washington came to the White House about half-past ;'. o'clock and assembled with tiie President in the Cabinet room. A few moments before 4. o'clock Repre? sentative Dingley appeared, accompanied by Repreantative Hagar, cbaiiman of the t louse Committee on Enrolled Rills. They '. ere admitted at once into the presence, of Mr, McKinley, lue latter was sitting! quietly at the long Cabinet table, with Secretary Gage and Attorney-General Me Kenna on one side and Postmaster-...

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