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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 May 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ono year. Si.50 By mail, postage paid, ?ix months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation, Eutered at tlio Tuzowetl C. H. (Va.) postofiico as Beeoud class matter. Announcements. Wo are .authorized and paid tonnnounce AV. L. Stophons as u candidate for Com? missioner of tlio Revenue in Clear .Fork District. Election, Slay '28, 1801. ^Vo are authorised and paid to announce O. I). Klicll nsn candidate lor'.Commissinn er of the Revenue in Clear Fork District, Elcctiou, May 28, 1891. To the sorereigus of Tnzewcll County, Vn., Gentlemen; 1 tsae this method to announce myself a candidate, to he elect? ed Commissioner of the Revcnne, of Jeff ?rsonvilla Uistrict, und I hereby ask your support. Election May 28th. 1881. Samuiu. CHOOKbTT. Wo are authorized and paid to an? nounce Robert C. Qillcspic a candidate for Commissioner of the Revenue in the Maiden Spring District, West End. ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 May 1891

Tho Japanese Naval Minister ury-i that sovcuty-fivo vessels bo added to his country's armament, almost doubling its strength._ In a speech to a delegation from tho "Workingmcn's Council of Industry, King Leopold, of Belgium, said that lie had decided to pledge his support to the demand for universal tuffrage, but not being a dictator he must leave the rjucs lion to the nation to decide. The expenses of tho municipal electric fighting plants in Paris, France, lost year were 809,057, while the receipts were 689,152. The balance on the right side of the ledger would seem an argument, thinks the Boston Transcript, in favor of municipal control of city lighting. "To cut our grain in California," Eays Senator Stanford, "wc arc using a machine which reaps a swath forty-two feet wide, thrashes the grain as it goes along, puts it iu bags, which men stich up and drop in the field, and the samo machine rakes the straw in and burns it for fuel upon that reaper." Thomas Bdison says there are mor...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 May 1891

THE SILVER LININO. I '"Every cloud has a silver lining"? But, little one, is it hard to find? Is it hard to know tho sun is shining Behind tho clouds thero nil tho time? ,You cannot seo itY Well, no, my dearie_ x You can't see God.but you know He's there, ?Then stop your crying and grow more cheer--; Inside, at least, we can have it fair! Ah, littlo girl with tho tearful lashes Watching tho heavy, hurrying sky, And tho slanting rain that falls In Kplusnc? On the window-pauo, I wouldn't cry, I wouldn't sigh und look so lonoly, Look at tho daffodils down tho walk! They hold their heads up glad if only They grow and blossom upon their stalk. Think of it, dearie?when it is over And tho hidden sun comes shining oat And tho nir is sweet with tho smell of clover And blithe with tho children's happy shout, What raro mud pies all right for baking Two small hands that I know can make! "What witching puddles for barefoot wading Are gathering down there by tho goto! Look at tho blithesome-heart...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 May 1891

Clinch Valley News. Friday; - - - may i, iwu. SOUTHERN PROGRESS. EXTRAORDINARY MINERAL AND AGRICULTURAL DE? VELOPMENT As Shown juy the Recent Census? This Section Producing Morns Ooai , Ikon OaE and Pia Ikon Than tub United States Pkoouoed in 1.S70. Baltimoue, April IG.?Tlio Manu? facturer*' Record this weck publisher au article from the pen of Robert P. Porter, superintendent of the census, on the material development and progress in the Southern States dur? ing the last decade, as shown by Iuct8 and figures gathered by the census bureau. As epitomized, they show wonderful growth and progress iu mineral and agricultural di volop nient, and justify Mr. Porter's pre? diction of even greater and unprece? dented prosperity in tho new South in tho future. While the time, Su? perintendent Porter says, has not yet arrived to give a complete inven-1 tory of the wonderful progress of [ the South during tho last decade, , official figures of the branches of in-! quiry already completed idicu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 May 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (la Advance.) By mail, postage paid, otio year. SI.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Eutered at tho Tazewoll C. H. (Va.) postollice us second class tnaltor. Announcements. Wo aro ^authorized and paid to announce W. L. Stephens as a candidate; for Cotn iniRsioner of the Revenue in Clear .Fork District. Election, May '28, 1891. Wo nrc authorized nud paid to announc.o C D. Shell as a caudidtvto for Couiniissiou 'cr of the Revenuo in Clear Fork District. Election, May 28, 1891. To the sovereigns of Tiizewell County, "Va.. Gentlenmu; I tr.au this method .to nuuonnco myself a candidate, to bo elect? ed Commissioner of the Revenue, of .1:11 crsonville District, nud I hereby nsk your support. Election May 28th. 1881. t&MOBL CltOOKKTT. We are authorized and paid to an? nounce Robert C. Gillespie a candidate for Commissioner of tbu Revenue in the Maiden Spring D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 May 1891

Ono thousand eight hundred and nine? ly woa tho banner year in foreign com Biorco. . Tho new Primo Minister of Italy says he is in favor of peace, but, significantly Sddfl the Atlanta Constitution,}.* believes In keeping his sworn drawn and his gun loaded. _ English society, according to the Lon? don Star, has decided that the word "lady" is to be expunged from its lexi? con qf polite conversation,and the good, old-fashioned "woman" is to take its place. _ The Russian Government discourages fha importation of machinery, tools, books, pictures, and even of fine goods, aeclaring that if the commou people be? gin to get now thoughts they will be sure to plot against the Czar. It has only becu a short timo since American petroleum superseded tho na? tive oils for lighting purposes "in India, end now electricity is taking the place ct both petroleum nud coal gas ic the large spinning factories. It is especially suited to tho hot climate, owing to its coolness and absence of odor. Dr. Osw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 May 1891

AGRICULTURAL, ?OriCS OK INTEREST RELATIVE XO FARM AND GAKOEN. . ^* FI.AX CULTURE. It grown for seed alone, flas can bo cut and bound with a self-binder the ?"?so as wheat and oats. It should bo well cured like oats before stacking or storing away. v It can be threshed with a common separator by using a flax seive. ?If grown for 'seed alone ou reasonably rich, well prcpaicd land, oae-half bushel of seed per acre if sufficient, although in many cases more than this is sown, say three pecks. It should bo sown botween oats and coru. Tho average yield in about ten bushels. It can be used iu a system of rotation, but is considered an exhaustive crop, and for that reason should not be grown ou the same land continuously?St. Louis Republic. ?feeding turnips. You cannot feed turnips to milch cows without affecting tho flavor of tho butter and giviug it a turoipy taste. It will make little or no difference whether the turnips are fed before or after milking, with or without salt, tho scent of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 May 1891

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - - - MAY 8, 18? 1. IN MEMORIAM. Died, of pncuiHonia-phtblsia, at Stouewall Jackson Institute, Ab ingdou, Va., on April 1!), 1801, Ma tilda Corrcll. njred 18. The de? ceased was a (laughter of Aniltew J. and Sahna Corrcll, of Tazewell county, Va. Hers was a singularly pure life, I illuminated by a simple, implicit faith in her Savior and a desire to serve Him, which led to tho quiet, faithI'ul performance of tho small? est duties assigned her. During her stay in the school no teacher had occasion to reprimand her for any cause. A spell of scarlet fb-i vor, some years since, had left hcri lungs in a very delicate .slide, and [ she seemed to entertain no hope! of recovery from tho beginiiin;.ytf j her sickness. On the day of lier| death she requested some one loj pray with her, and at the end of tho prayer she said in fervent, lov? ing tones, "Jesus! Jesus! oh bloss Jesus!" She then requested that the following should he repeated slowly to her, alter it h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 May 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBL18HED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) ?* By mail, postage paid, ouo year. Si.00 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazewell C. H. (Va.) postoftice us second class matter. Announcements. We nro.authorized und paid toaui:ouuce W. Ii. Stephens as a candidate for Com? missioner of tho Revenue ? in Clear Fork District. Election, Muy 28, 1891. ?Wo are authorized aud paid to nnnonnco O. D. Shell an a candidate forjCoinmiRsion er of tho Revenue in Clear Fork District, Election, May 28, 1891. To the sovereigns of Tazewell County, Va., GoutlenibU; I tone this method to Auuouuce ruy3elf a candidate, to ho elect? ed Commissioner of tho Rovcnuo, of Jolf orsonville lii6trict, and I herehy ask your support. Election May '28th. 18DI. BAlfOBL ClIOCKKTT. "We arc authorized and paid to an? nounce Robort C. GillcBpie a candidate for Commissioner of tho Roveuue iu the Maiden Spring District, West ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 May 1891

ill E GOOD NATURED MAN. Tho man Who is good naturod Is a blesslug to humanity; ?you never hear him growling uor indulging in profanity. He's toyed by big nnd little; u'oa tho dogs in uts community TVith wagging tails will follow him at ovory opportunity Ho gives his only dollar to whoever is un? fortunate. Ho leiiJs a sympathetic car to thoso who are importunate; No matte:- how you treat him he will greet you with urbanity And sot a good example to professors of Christianity. In case he meets n person with a suicidal tendency Ho makes him see the beauty of the world in its transcendency, And drives away his bluoness with a merry Jocularity That sends the gloomy person into spasms of hilarity. This man is good Uaturcd, never practices duplicity; The life he leads is honest an 1 a marvol of simplicity, IIo never has uu enemy; ho fools no ani? mosity, And everywhere establishes n friendly re? ciprocity. With him yon got acquainted without wait? ing for formality And right away you liko...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 May 1891

Incident of the tinier Maujrro. "I saw by tho list of killed and. wounded soldiers of the Seventh Cav? alry at the fight on the Porcupine that Blaeksruith Gustave Korn, of Troop I, Severn; u Cavalry, was one of tho killed," said a former member of. the old Sev? enth Regiment "Poor fellow, he was the solo survivor of the Ouster massacre on the Little Big Horn River in 1870. I mean of the soldiers. One Indian soout (Curley) oscnped, after the different troops had been told off to accompany Custer, Reno, and Berofem, who had the pack train. Korn rode, as if often tho caso in the service, a chronic runa? way, a horse with an iron mouth and, boddes, ho was acribber or wiudsncker. At the last halt before tha direct move? ment was made ou the portion of tho Sioux village designed by Geu. Custor for his attack, Korn noticed that his saddle girth was loosening up, caused by the sides of the oribber ho rode re? laxing as they always do after a couplo of hours'ride. Korn knowing tho tem? per o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 May 1891

Clinch Valley News. -~-? F1I1DAY, - - - MAY 15, 1801. concert. The teachers of tho Tazowell High School, appreciating tho kind loau of 'tho Baptist church for thoir cloeiug oxoreises, gave, on Tuesday night, a concert for the benefit, of tho church. 'They were ansisted by Mrs. Mary Kelly, MYb. Walton, Missoo Chap? man nnd Peery, and Sir. Walton, of tho village, aud Miss Walker, of tho Soniiuary. Tbo concert lundo a pleasant evening and was greatly ap? preciated by tbo cultivated audience. Wo understand the amount realized was vory satisfactory. Miss Cttbell conti nets a concert with easo and like one thoroughly familiar with the matter in hand. fire COMPANY. A called meeting of Jefiorson villo Hose Company ICo. 1 was bold May l ltb, 1801, for the pur? pose of reorganizing. Present, J. S. Chafwcll, J. S. Young, C. T. Peery, E. 1j. Wright, A. J. May, Jr., W. T. Witten, John Brittatn, J. 13. Caudill, II. P. Brittain and W. W. Moore being represented by proxy. B. L. Wright was unanimous...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 May 1891

( Clinch Valley News.! PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. SI.50 | By mail, |X)stagu paid, nii months, .75 | Advertising rates CuruisKed on appli? cation. Eutered at the Tazewell C. H. (Va.) postoiiioe ati seeoud class matter. Announcements. Wo are,authorized aud paid toaunouuee W. L. Stephens as a candidate for Com? missioner of the Iteveuuo iu Clear Fork District. Election, May 28, 1891. We arc authorized aud paid to announce I -C. D. Shell as a candidate for [Commission? er of Uro Revenue iu Clear Fork District. | Election, May 28,-1891. To the sovereigns of Tazewell County, Yh.. Gentlemen; I tose this method to I nuuouncc myself a candidate, to bo elect- j ed Commissioner of tho Revenue, of Jeff orsonvillo District, and I hereby ask your | support. Election May 28th. 1801. KiMUEL CllOCEETT. Wc are authorized and paid to an- I nounce Robert C. Gillespie a candidate f?>r Commissioner of tho Revouue in | the Maide...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 May 1891

_ mc -.?:? 1? Mr. Gladstone's idea of bequests is tlms set forth: "What is wrtstled from win by the grip of death I can iu uo seusu ho said to give." Buffalo, N. Y., has a new city charter. On this subject the Boston Transcript remarks: "Cities aro generally finding oat tho necessity of simplifying muni cip&l administration as much as possi? ble" _^ Georgia, according to the reports of its newspapers, is rapidly growing iu population and wealth. New enter? prises aro springing up on every hand, modern ideas prevail, and its citi/oos generally are eager to improve thiii condition._^^^^ England is becoming more and moro Americanized every day, avers Munsey's Weekly. It appears that ou the printed blanks that aro to be used for tho British census, the words "labor" and "laborer" are spelled without tho use? less "u" to which Euglishuiou havo hitherto clung with such touching fidelity._ Members of the German aristocracy have no longer a monopoly of high places in the Gorman ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 May 1891

A STORY OP DE BtiAZZA. *n Explorer Who Know Bow to IVork tin. Native* or Africa. "No ono who has over seen Do Brazza na his travels," said Steeklemaon, "could fail to recognize that he wni boru tcj.bo an explorer. I shall never forget the time I mot him far up the Kwilu Rivor. One day I came to a tribe that seldom saw white men. Tbey wesre not very hospitable, but finally de-' cided to soil me food. I got on rather friendly terms with them, and they al- i lowed mo to camp in the village. Sud? denly I observed a commotion among the natives. A few carriers emerged from the forest, and with them was a elender, sad-faced, .poorly olad white man. He was the Governor of the Fron eh Congo, and ho was'off on one of his long tramps. De Brazza approaohod the natives aud asked them for food. "No," they said gruffly, "you can't got any food here. We have one white man bore already. You had better go on your way." "The explorer said nothing. He sim? ply ordered bis carriers to lay down their loa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 May 1891

Clinch Valley News. FKIDAY, - - - MAY 22, 1891. OF INTEREST TO MASONS At a meeting of tho committees of the Lodges of the 89th, District, held at Graham, Va., May Oth, 189l.thoro wore present: James P. Kelly, representing ! Tazewell Lodge, No.. 03; John U. Gru-1 hum, representing Pocahoutas Lodge, j No'. 840; Alex. W. Tabor, representing Keystone Lodge, No. 215; T. F. Suthers. S. M. Graham, and It. K. Wright, Jr., | representing I hu man Lodge, No. 222; Bro. James P. Kelly was appointed < chairman, and Bro. It. K. Wright, Jr.. secretary. The Secretary stated that tho meeting had been called to arrange details for a i Musouic celebration and bampiet lo b.;! held on the 24th of June, 1801. ?Uder I the auspices of the Lodges of the HOlh J District. The Secretary was directed to extend j invitations to the officers of the (hand Lodge for the year 1800, to Past Qraud Muster Crnighill. Grand Lecturer Geo. I W. Wright, and other eminent Masons.; On motion, it was resolved, that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 May 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. ? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iti Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ouo year. ?1.60 liy mail, postage paid, six mouths, .75 Advertising rates furnished ou appli? cation. Entered at the Tazewell C. II. (Va.) |)ostoilice as second class matter. L?CdL AMD GENERAL MEWS BRIEFS. Chew Gold Fig at 14. C. Chap m au's. The suit you are looking for is :ic'Fi'auk\s. A few wore ?hosen und others left. If you want a nobby hat go to I. I4rank & Co. Mr. Jos.. Stras is again back from Salem. ..: \ . : Neckwear, collars and cuffs at 1. Frai.k te Co's. . Mr. J. C. Spotts was ablo to bo out to vote. ' ? Leggius, black and brown, at I. Frauk & Co's. A full' Hue of crush liats at I. Frank &. Co's. Mr. and Mrs, It. K. Wright came up from Grabain yesterday. A nobby line of spring suits at I. Frank & Co's. T&ie drouth has given place to very fine rain. Hats, caps, valises, umbrellas, at I. Frank & ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 May 1891

Tho railroads own 211,000,000 acres of land, which Is in area larger than six States the size of Iowa. Since 1S61 no less than 181,000,000 acres of land havo heen given to the railroads. The cost of warships is as follows per ton. England, $151.25; Franco, 8232. 25; Russia, $430.25; The price per in? dicated horse-power is Eugland, $151; France", $2S0, and tho United States, 6335.50._ There are two natural gas companies 1 at Portland, Indiaua, and ninoug tho rules jointly adopted was ono allowing no patron who had dropped from one tine to attach to the other. This gave great dissatisfaction to customers, aud n test case was sprung in the Circuit Court, which has resulted in a ruling against the defendant company. Baron Stanley, Governor-General, costs tho people of Canada nearly $1,000,000 n year. He receives for his services $188,606 "and his washing;" his Under? secretary, A. J. Calluticr, receives {3200; chief clerks, $1200; first-class clerks, $3000; sccoud-elassclcrks, $9S50; t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 May 1891

A SALT ISLAND. AVOXjUEKFUIilSIiADELi CATV m?:n off Mexico. Contains tho Only1 Pure "White '.Natural Salt Deposit In the World?Sltnetl by Va> qai Indians. One hundred and twenty miles south ;st ot Guaymas, Mexico, and five miles it of the mainland of Lower Califor ), in the. Gulf of California, lies mil island 'known to tho Mexicans as e Isla del Carmen. Carmen Island, although only nineteen lies in length and six miles in width at i broadest part, is noted as ono of tho ost remarkable islands on the Ameri .n continent. At this place is found 10 only pure white natural salt deposit iown, and tho value of such a mine is condary ouly to tho fablod gold mines ! King Solomon. The island is owned y a Spunish-Americun named James iosca, who went to Lower California lirty years ago and married a daughter t the Governor. Ho livod at La Paz, le capital of the lower half of the State, 'here ho has been American Consul for a umber of years. Carmen Islaud is fortunate in having fine h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 May 1891

Clinch Valley News. KIUDAY, - - - MAY 2!), 181H. SHEEP CULTURE, V I - In Soutuwest Viroinia. Tazowell county is already a good Bheop producing section and buys and Hqlls many. Col. Eddy, of tho N. <& AV. is canvassing tho matt or thor? oughly. Tho following letter is in reply to soino of hisinquiries. Albuqerque, N. M., May 5th, 1891. Mn. Ohas. G. Eddy, Vice President N. &. W. R. R., IConnoke, Va. J)mr Sir:?Your favor of tho 2 Ith reached rue a few days ago, aud in reply will Bay: Tlio sheep enterprise in which I niu interested is located iu Halifax county, tho noarost rail road point bciug "Leiuig," on the Lynchburg & Durham road, about 40 miles soutli of Lynchburg. Wo hnvo about 1,8(K) acres of land there, aud boliovo wo have tho foundation for a piosperous business iu the sheep lino. Wo took 1,100 head of choice sheep from the West about December 1st lust, and thus far have no reason to believo that thoy will not prove profitable. Wo...

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