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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 5 August 1897

Je devoted to the interests of Tazewell County. VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Mr. A. P. Gillespie Is at Lebanon, nt tending Kussel! circuit court. A fresh lot of Lowney's candy just re? ceived at Jackson's drag store. Messrs. R. T. Bowen and Win. Me Colgan, of Norton, spent Sunday in Taze? well. Mr. I . K. Williams, a prominent mer? chant from Honaker, Russell County, was in town on Monday. Mr. J. W. Chapman was very much in disposed yesterday, so much so that he was unable to !>e at his office. Mr. Jas. II. Gillespie, of Cedar Bluff, culled at our office on Monday, ami left a substantial token of his visit. Next .Session of Tazewell College opens Sept 7 tb. If paid then fSO.DO will put you through the entire year. Capt. Jamet? S. Peery and his daughter, M iss Rachel, have gons to the Pulaski Alum Springs for their health. Mrs. R. P. Holland and Mrs. Geo. 15. Cromer, of Newberry, S. C, are visiting their s...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 5 August 1897

The TazewellRepublican rubUshed every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?vy? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one your. cash in advance . . S 1 00 Subscriptions On lime. 1 50 Republican and N. Y. Tribune, one your, . 1 SS ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of T*ik REPUBLICAN are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. Thk Republican is entered at the Post-office at Tazewell, Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1897. They speak now of H?ge Tyler as "the next Governor of Virginia." They might he mistaken. Stranger things have happened. ? * The happiest man in the land is the Democrat who by the civil service rules is able to hold an office under a Republican administration. The Democrats claim that Providence is milking times better. With Providence on our side we are all right. Who ever heard of prosperity w ithout the approval of Prov inenoe ? * * * 1p Debs and...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 5 August 1897

THE LITTLE ONE. J ain't ?feared on Death to look?on the land, or the l'ur-ofl sea; Fer Death once come to my home an" took a little one oft from me; An' thar wuzn't a smile fer a lonesome while in the home whar she use to be? I ain't afeared o' Death sence he took a little- one off from me! Bhe wuzn't afeared! . . . fer day by day ?still on tho mother's breast, Uncomplainin' she went away?we whis? per in: "God knows best!" Never a word from her lips wuz heard as the days and the nights went on Only the arms roun' the mother after the soul WUI gone! I reckon it's right, but somehow I'm al? ways wantin' to know Jest why the good Lord took her from the ones that loved her so? Minister says: "Twuz to bring us all close in tlio Master's keen." Hut fer her I'd take my chances out with the poor, lost sheep! If I only knowed she was llvln'?thar, whar she us* to be? Jf only she had the daylight, an' the dark? ness come on me! If only, win 11 the shadders come up from the gloomy west. I could...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 5 August 1897

STORIES OF GOLD GALORE. Alleged Fabulous Wealth in Creeks Beyond the Klondike. San Francisco, Aug. *2.?The most inter? esting feature of the mail advices from Klondike will be the details of strikes made in Stuart and Telly rivers this summer. Several times since the arrival of Klondike miners with their nuggets from Bonanza and El Dorado creeks, stories have been afloat of still richer fields on Stuart creek and other creeks further east. None of the returned Klondikers were able to give information on the subject. Many have mined with limited success on Stuart, felly and other rivers liefere striking rieh dirt on the Klondike tributaries. The only hint of what has been found comes through Surveyor Ogilvie in the following nes\-s from Uttowa, received at Victoria, B. C: "While government officials are reti? cent as to the latest advices from Surveyor (tgilvie and Inspector Constantine, the fact has leaked out that those officers have assured their departments that scores ot miners ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 12 August 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN ?ND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Col. Win. (i. \V. laeger, of Philadel? phia, is in town. Mr. Dudley McGuire, of Crockett's Cove, was in town on lust Monday. Mrs. Walker, of Staunton,Va., is visiting her daughter, Mrs Geo. W. StClair. Tazewell College emphasizes the busi? ness course. Let your boy take it. Jim Ed Peery's face is full of smiles. Another daughter has arrived at his house. President Ilopwood, of Milligan Col? lege, Tenn.,ha8 been in town several days. Mr. J. IL Thompson, of Burke's Garden was in town last Sunday, on business of course. Miss Lizzie Strother, of Giles County, Va., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph Barns, in the Cove. Every boy and some girls ought to take the business course at Taaewell College. We are informed the Tazewell Dairy and Milling Company, at North Tazewell, will reorganize tomorrow. A number of persons from town attend? ed the district conference. They all report having a nice ...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 12 August 1897

The Tazewell Republican fublfehed every Thursday at TAZEWELL, YA., WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor ami Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, ea>h In advance . . S l 00 BubscripUonson time. 180 Republican ami N. Y. Tribune, one year. . 1 2? ADVERTISING RATES tarnished on appUCft tlou. Correspondence solicited. The i>ublishers ?>r Thk RkfoblicaN are not re? sponsible for opinion expressed by Oonespon dents. Thk RkPVBLICAS is entered at the Fost-Offlce at Tue veil, Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1897. A FINE OPPORTUNITY. For years the Republicans of Virginia have had no Bach opportunity to make a successful contest with the opposition as is presented this year. With united forces it will not be impossible to defeat the combi? nation whose chief reliance is the success? ful operation of the election machinery. If the Republicans are not united it will be the result of selfish and incapable leader? ship. The masses of the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 12 August 1897

JUST FOR A LITTLE WHILE Jf for the little -while That life has let to me, fair fortune's smil? Could rest upon mc; if my closing days Could be like- this October, all ablaze With gold and scarlet; if I only might Have hands both full of silvery delight, And all that wealth can buy, or wealth re? fine. Could be at my command at wish of mine, Just for a little while! Ply child, take what is given to-day? A little money for a little way. If for the- little while That life had left to me. the Musses' smile Could rest upon me; if my closing days ?Could be like this glad morning, all ablaze With sunlit fields and mountain tops of . thought. My poems be In every language sought; If all that noblest genius can combine Could come together at some word of mine, Just for a little while! My child, take What is given to-day? A little knowledge for a little way. If for the little while That lifo has left to me, full many a mile On land or sea, to east or west or north. Across the world, I could a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 12 August 1897

CEDAR BLUFF ITEMS. That snake is dead. She was restless hut in cheerful hope awaited his return. Mr. J. H. Kirby attended the Confer? ence on Sunday in the Cove. Misses Carper and Brown, who have l?een visiting Miss Maria Laird returned to Graham on Sunday. Rev Mac Williams preached for us on Sunday at 11 o'clock and at night. Mr. Williams is consecrated to his work. May God be with you brother The Sunday School at Wingets Chapel is still thriving, and we hope those who are active in the work wi 11 continue to serve the Master in that way. The meeting at brother Shawvers last Saturday night was conducted by Rev.D.A. Gaines. Rev. L. O. Adams has returned from District Conference, where he had been for the past week. Capt. P. Browning was in our town to? day with a load of the golden grain to be ground. Where is "Charley Ross?" Our sport, Mr. W. H. White left thiB evening, and has not been heard from. He was last seen going toward the depot. That's right, keep her in good heart old bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 19 August 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEW! Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Theae was a very large crowd in town on Tuesday. The Tea Set at Jackson's waa drawn by no 2GS held by Mr. Win. T. Gillespie. Ttize.vell College emphasizes the busi? ness course. Let your boy take it. Mr. and Mrs. James D. llarrisson and their two little boys were in town the first of the week. Miss Mamie Stone has returned to Taze well and we are informed will teach music here the next year. Prof. C. M. Kttby returned to Tazewell last Friday and will teach the next schol? astic year at Tazewell Seminary. Every boy and some girls ought to take the business course at Tazewell College. Six cake? of best soap and a chance for the Tea Set for 2?cts at Jackson's. The Tea Set this month is a beauty. The regular August term of v"..o circuit court for Tazewell county will begin next Monday, with Judge Jackson presiding. Qjudge P. W. Strother, of Giles county, epent several days last week in town l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 19 August 1897

The Tazewell Republican rublished every Thursday at TAZEWKLL, VA., ??Y? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor aud Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, eaab in advance . . S 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 50 Republican and N. Y. Tribune, one year. . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. Tbe publishers of The Republican arc not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. The Republican is entered at the Post-office at Tazewell, Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1S97. For House of Delegates: WILLIAM. B. SPRATT. OUR CANDIDATE FOR HOUSE OF DEL? EGATES. On Tuesday the Republicans of Tazewell county assembled in mass meeting and nominated at their candidate for the House of Delegates Mr. W. B. Spratt, of Richlands. There was a sharp contest for the honor and,though Mr. Spratt requested that his name should not be placed before the meeting, his friends insisted on doiug so. He is 38 years old, was born and raised in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 19 August 1897

I At evening Cime. t^-JP". W^1 QTJILLE? CO?C*. PETES PENRUBDOCK'S mouth was Id the shape of a cheery word, and the weight of a six-days' Borrow was insufficient to press out the molding of \a$ y^nr*. 60 the curves of his lips were but partially .straightened as he stood with one hard, toiI-*shapened hand rest . ing heavily upon the table and looked upon Martha, his wife, though the light of good content might be shut from his eye? and the ache in his heart seem un? ending. The face of Martha Penruddock had been slowly molded by an uneventful happiness into curves of calm satisfac? tion, but on her the weight of the six days' sorrow had left deep den tings, and her eyes were awful with the shade of a cold, voiceless misery as she stood straight and motionjess at the window and looked down across the sunny slope to the apot where her son, her one, comely son, had just been laid, dead. Outside, the afternoon sun blazed down upon the square gray walls and hardened the blisters already r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 19 August 1897

BRYAN'S OCCUPATION GONE. Richmond Times.) The newspapers are noting that the lion. Win. J. Bryan has not recently made a speech. The explanation is easy. The tide of prosperity that has now set in has struck the Nebraakan dumb, and re? ports from his own State are among the most incou^aging that we have seen in print. Mr. W. H. Crary, real estate dealer of Omaha, Nebraska, and formerly president of a Democratic club there, is in Washing tan, and the Post of yesterday reports Mr. Crary as follows: "Nebraska has produced an enormous amount of wealth iu the last two years," Baid .Mr. Crary, who proceeded to quote figures about the S5O,O00,000-buahel? coin crop?75,000,001) bushels more than the phenomenal crop, and 25, 000,000-bushel crop of other small grains. The hard times of last year seem to have been a godsend to the farmers, for most of the two years' crops of corn is still in their hands and commands good prices. If they had been able to sell last year they would be much worse o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 26 August 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Miss Tattie Landon is at Glade Springs, visiting friends. Miss Lizzie Barns, of the Cove, is visit? ing Miss Oliette Barman. Read the generous offer in Harrisson & G?ltspie Bros', regular space. Tazewell College emphasizes the busi? ness course. Let your boy take it. Jno. K. Jackson has something of inter? est to al! in his ad. this w eek. Mrs. Dr. O'Keefle returned from quite an extended trip to Giles county. Miss Alice Hopkins has been visiting relatives in town for several days past. Mr H. W. l'obst and family left yester? day for a visit to relatives in Abmgdon. Six cakes of best soap and a chance for the Ten Set for 25cta at Jackson's. The Tea Set this month is a beauty. Jno. D. Barns, Esq., of Broad Ford, Smyth county, Va.,was in town yesterday. Mrs F. M. Heard, of Lynchburg, was in town last week visiting Mrs T. M. Han kins. Mr. L. C. Wingo, of the firm of Pobst &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 26 August 1897

The TazewellRepnblican rublished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?TO? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . 8 1 00 Subscrir.lions on time. 1 50 Republican and X. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of Tin: RXFCBUCAM are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. The REPrBi.iCAX is entered at the 1'ost-office at Tazewell, Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1S97. For House of Delegates: WILLIAM. B. SPRATT. NO CONVENTION. At the meeting of the Republican State committee,held at Lynchburg last week, it was determined that no State convention ?hould be held this year, and no ticket placed in the field for Republicans to vote for. In our judgment it would have been better to hold a convention and nominate a full ticket. This was about the unan? imous sentiment of the Republicans oi Tazewell. The State commit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 26 August 1897

I Romance a the Golden Bass. I THROUGHOUT the Thousand lakes region o? northern Wisconsin Dave Gallup is famous as a guide and angler. The submerged secrets of ten scores of tiny island seas have been wrested from their pellucid depths by this remark? able native of the great pine belt. If there be a shaded pool in all this re? gion where dwells the mighty muskel lunge or the fighting bass, a hidden bar where lurks the green-coatrd, wall? eyed pike, or a bed of reeds from whence the voracious pickerel darts at spoon or minnow, to which Dave Gal lup cannot pull his client, no man has discovered it. In his day he has con? ducted many famous men to such royal fsport that falsehood fell into disgrace and truthful yarns of rod and reel are bitter fruit and held up their relators to ccorn and contumely. Men of well-known varacity like \V. S. Forrest, Jacob Newman, .Moritz Ros* enthal, A. II. Darrow and Tom Prior, when telling of catches made in waters to which Dave Uallup had led them hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 26 August 1897

HOW TO DESTROY LICE. tlcrolc Measure* Are Required to Ac compllnh Success, The management of fowls in Stim? mer, when the weather is excessively warn;, demands more care than is usually given. Liee will breed and multiply so rapidly as to completely ruin the Hock almost before the owner is aware of the fact. Farmers who do not give any attention to fowls in summer, permitting them <o roost in side or outside of the poultry house, sometimes lind their flocks in a con? dition in which many are sick or droopy without any apparent cause, i i ihoy pronounce the disease chol- j . proceeding to give remedies there-1 for when the cause is really lice. Not only will the poultry bops* be swarm- | ig vriih lice, but also the fences, wood les, n oes or wherever the hens may ost, and it is useless to attempt to -t rid of lice on the hens as long as te vermin have possession of every . ation where the hens roost at. night. .Not only during the day, but through . a entire night the hens...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 2 September 1897

_Tr VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. lion. S. W. Williams is attending circuit court this week. Mr. T. E. George went to Marion on business last .Monday. Rev, VV.D. Buckner preacbedinBurke's Garden on last Sunday. Taz9well College emphasize? the busi? ness course. Let your boy take it. Some anglers from town and vicinity aie making tine catches in the Clinch. .Miss Bessie Cooley, who had been visit ing on Elkhorn, got back home on .Mon? day. Rev. J. H. Alexander, of Atlanta, Ga., has been in town visiting his brother, Mr. J. D. Alexander. Miss Eunice Lilly, w ho had been visiting friends and relatives at Graham, returned home on Monday. six cakes of best soap and a chance for the Tea Set for 25cts at Jackson's. The Tea Set this month is a beauty. lion. Harry M. Smy the, of the Lynch burg Press, is circulating among his friends in Tazewell this week. A great many fathers are now Retting ready to take their chi Idren to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 2 September 1897

fublished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, Vi., ?-TO WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. srnscRiPTioNS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . 8 1 00 Subscriptions on time. l 50 Republican anil X. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. T?c publishers of Thk Ekpi'blican are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by i\>iresi>oii dents. The Rkpi bmcan is entered ?t the rost-oflice at Tazewell, Virginia, as second class matter. THUKSI^jf SEPTEMBER 2, 1S97. t?-: / For House of / Delegates: WILLIAM. B. SPRATT. IT IS HERE! The calamity howler is no longer heard in the land. Prosperity is showing itself in every section of the Onion. The pre? dictions of the free silverites, made in 1896, that a triumph of the Republican doctrines of sound money and protection would not only intensify but greatly prolong the ter? rible depression then existing in all classes of industries, especially that of agricul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 2 September 1897

jfl Duet in Cwo flats.] 3 BY AMY F. LAWRENCE. ? *" ? HE HAD been living- there for a year. She moved in the 1st of March, in company with a deaf old lady whom he called aunL He was a tall young man with blue eyc-sandan aggravating stub? bornness of disposition. She was a lit? tle thing with red hair and the temper that goes with it. He took lessons on the violin, she on the piano. Of course, the music conflicted. It was unfortunate that the first evening Lueile could spare from her other du ties to devote to her piano should have been the one Walter had chosen for practicing on his violin, but it only hastened the inevitable result. Each thought the other was playing out of pure malice prepense, and each regis? tered a determination not to be si? lenced. "Do-me-re-me, fa-me-re-mc. do-sol-fa sol, la-sol-fa-sol," wailed the violin, in senseless reiteration. "JDo-rn-me-fal-sol-la-si-do, do-si-la-sol- | fa-me-rn-do," jerked the piano, with mnddcuing persistency; and the duet rontinued f...

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

GAINING WITH STEADINESS. Gratifying Improvement in Business All Over the Country. Dunn & Co. s Review of Trade for last week says: The speculative markets have had their turns of reaction, but business has had none this season, gaining with a Bteadiness which is most gratifying. The starting of works, increase in hands em? ployed, advance in wages and prices of products and the heavy movement of crops are facts before which all speculative influences have to bow. The week's dispatches mentions sixteen i ion works which have started against one closing. Fifteen woolen works have also started up, and so it is in many other branches, while many more works have increased their forces and many are pre? paring to resume, some of which have in the wages of their employes. While these things continue, with grain jisijig and going abroad in enormous quan? tities, the money markets have every rea? son for abounding confidence and the spec illative markets for strength. The crop pr...

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