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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 18 November 1892

FULFILLMENT. Ufo one fulfills tho plan of hU Croatian, Who cannot say 'That ho has led one soul from wilful blind? ness. Into tho day. Wo may not stand on somo high mountain summit, With wisdom crowned, .And boo a brother lie in human weakness Low on tho ground. Wo cannot reach tho blessed land of promise By ono swift flight, But stop by stop, hot halting in our weak? ness. Wo reach tho light. If we but mnko a ladder of our falling?, And, round by round, -Climb up, a helping hand outstrotchlug, Host will bo found, ?Our welcome will bo warmer, nt tho ending, If it bo known That wo havo helr-o 1 so.ue stru jgliug, faint? ing brother To stand alone. ? Klorenco O. Jones. THE MUTINY". Kjtas^ HE crew of the brig *\ TS?*"* Penguin, when we fif left tho Capo of ? ?l9 'a Oood Hope for Botn vQviJS fl bay, consisted o f >^fe&tii3s. Captain, two mates, lErcr^Jrv"<?lT^V^>' steward, ship's boy 1 Hi, J ? ~ nnd eight men be? fore tho mast?fourteen in all. Captain f Tlichards, who was p...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 18 November 1892

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (.Iu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. SI.CO By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tnzowell C. H. (Va.) poetoflico as second class mntter. FRIDAY,""- - "?" NOV. 18 IH<)2~ Outside of Tazewoll tho iiniubor of candidates for the ofilcool'Unit? ed States Marshall is legion. We would like to see that lightning bolt strike in this neighborhood. It is true that Tnzowell gave Har? rison n majority, hut it was only 200 worked down from an average of 1,000. To those who know our situation this is proof of good work, and we could name a man who has devoted years of work and at much expense for tho party, without asking anything at its hands. The proposition that an extra session of Congress bo called ou tho 4th of Mareh is, we think, ill advised. It is true that the peo? ple by an enormous majority have repudiated the MeKiuley bill, but we must have a tar...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 November 1892

NOTICE. DBY GOODS, NOTIONS. BOOTS. SHOES, HATS,. CLOTHING, RUBBER GOODS. J. L. BABEB, POOAHONTA8, VA Low prioes and pulito clems. VOL. IL_VII. m 48 For Bilious Attacks noartburn, sick headache, and all disorders of the stomach, liver, and bowels, Ayer'sCathartiG Pills y are the safest, surest, and most popular medicine for family use. Dr. J. O. Ayer & Co. Every Dose Effective. Tazewell Lodere, No. 02, A. F. & A. M. ? Meets the 2d aud 4th Mondays | in. each mouth. John s. Bottimoue, W. m. John W. Spotts, Sec. O'Koeffe Royal Arch Chapter No. 26. Meets 1st nud 3d Monday* in each month. James O'Keeffe, H. P. II. W. O'Keefvk, Secy. XCLINCH VALLEY COMMANDEHY NO. 20. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, . Meets 1st und 3d Friday iu each mouth | at 7 p. m. James O'KEEFFE. Eminent Com. H. W. O'KKFFFE, Recorder. 1 raa GOOD WORK I For Ladies or Gejitlcinen! $5 to $500 ?ask! According to results acconipliehcd; in (addition to a liberal coniinisaion of twenty per cent, ^fvleo eutes pnE.?*.s FOR SUBSCRIBERS....

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 November 1892

A fashiousblu way of committing eui. cldo in Turkey is to fall asleep in s poppy Hold. You gradually become nar? cotized, explains tho Now Orleans Pica ?funo, and climb tho golden stair just ar easy as rolling off u log. A company has been started in Chi? cago, III., for the purposo of manufac? turing and selling nn instrument called tho watcrphone. It is claimed this dc vico can bo attached to systems of water piping, nnd will indicato leaks, waste of water and other causes of troublo by transmitting tho sound of running water to tho listener's car. Referring to tho reninrknblo success ?with which Mrs. -Gladstone bas acquitted herself in a half century of semi-official life, during which she has been brought into contact with the most distinguished men and women of England, from royalty down, a writer remark?: "Xo ouo has ever known her to make a mis tnkc, and her aplomb is as romarknblc as her discretion." According to the San Francisco Argonaut, Judge Oicgorich, of tho Super? ior...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 November 1892

So Mota It Ba. Mr. Jones had Just taken a high degree in a jeeret society to which ha belongs, and which carries on Its meetings in the still hours of too t?te night and early mornings. It ?ras 3. a. m. when ha reached homo knd found Mrs. Jones, contrary to custom, sound asleep. "Wake up, Maria," he shouted, brandishing a new sword which had been added to bis regalia; "wake up snd congratulate me. I am now a Prince of Jerusalem!" Mrs. Jones sat up and looked at tor husband by tho waning light of a o'clock moon and the night-lamp. "Jeptha," she said, in a voice that shilled him like a Manitoba wave in January, "when a man comes home tt this hour of the morning and says e is a Prince of Jerusalem, there la something the matter with him, and ho should be treated accordingly." And he was. A Utile Kansas Horolna, The greatest heroine in Atchison is a 16-year-old girl. Four years ago her father died, leaving six other ohlldrcn, who were all- small. There was a mortgage of $250 on the bous...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 November 1892

} Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED KV ERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTiONT^ IIa Advance.) By mail, postago paid, ouo year. 81.60 By mail, poatage paid, six mouths, .76 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tazewell C. H. (Va.) postolltee as second class matter. i V RJD A.Y, - - : ? v N OY. 25 ' 1802. " THE SAME~OLD GROVEK.'" Hk Sees Obstacles in His Way, But Himself and Parti WillHuhmount Thkm All. Tho speech which Mr. drover Clevelund made at tho dinner given by Mr. Henry Villartl was as follow.":! "Mr. Villard nnd Gentlemen :?1 j find it impodsiblo to rid myself at | this moment of tho conflicting omo-j tions which stir within nie. I seel hero assembled good nnd staunch | friends, who barg labored incossaully aud devotedly for tho success which has crowned tho Democratic effort in the canvass just, closed; utnl 1 call not forget how greatly these efforts havo been characterized by personal attachment nnd friendship for the candidate selected to carry the Dem ocra...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 2 December 1892

N?fieif. Bfiy GOODS, NOTIONS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, UUBBEU GOODS. ' J. L; BABEH, FOCAHONTAS, VA U6w prices and polite clersjs. VOL. XLVlL NO. 49 Colds and CoUghs croup, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma, and hoarseness cured by ^Ayers Cherry Pectoral the safest and most effective emergency medicine. It should be in every family. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co Lowell. Mass. S\ Tazewell Lodr^e, ^ftQf No. 62, A. F, & A. M. /V\ Meets the 2d and 4th Mondays j in each mouth. John S. Bottimoiu:, W. M. Jonjf W*. Spotts, See. O'Keeffe Royal Arch Chapter No. 26. Meets 1st and 3d Mondays in each month. James O'Keeffb, H. v. n. \V. O'Keefvk, Secy. CLINCH VALLEY ?V* COMM ANDEIIY NO. 20. / \ KNIGHTS TEMFLAE, Meets 1st nud Od Friday in each mouth j at 7 p. tn. james O'Kkefke. Eniiueut Com. H. \V. O'Kjcfffe. Recorder. For Ladies or Gentlemen! $5 to $500 Cash! According to results accomplished; jn addition to a lihcral comnii&jion of twenty per cent Also GUESS PREMIUMS FOR S?BSCB.BEI.S. No Im...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 2 December 1892

Somebody claims to have figures to (prove that one married woman out o) ievery ten supports her husband. The Supremo Court of Indiana has de? cided that ho who lies occasionally is not a liar any more than ho who takes a a dram is a drunkard. Last year there were widowers married in Now York City, while ot widows there were only 1574, so that about twenty per cent, more widowers than widows were married. It is said that a enreful annlysis of nil the dnta collected concerning farm wsges from 1840 to 18(55, in compari? son with results of the more recent in? vestigations, will show that in fifty yenrs the compensation of farm labor has very ucarly doubled. Dr. Nnusen, whose plan for seeking the North Pole is to jab into the drift? ing ice in a stout vessel, and resign hiiu lelf to certain ocean currents, proposes to lay in a four years' supply of provis? ions when he finally embarks ou this voyage. Ho will also take along an im? mense stoc k of patience, adds the Chi cago Herald. An a...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 2 December 1892

ROM THE WORLD'S FAIR INAOa URAL. OD?j Over the wide unknown. Far to tho shores ot lnd, On through tho dark, alone. Like a feather blown by tho wind; Into the West, away, Sped by tho breath of God; Seeking the clearer day, ' Where only His feot have trod, From the past to the future we sail, i We slip from the leash of kings; Hail! Spirit ot Freedom, hail! I Unfurl thine impalpable wings' Receive us, protect up, and bless Thy knights who brave all for thee. Though death bo thy soft caress, I By that touch shad our eouIs be free. Onward and ever on! Till tho voice of despair is stilled; Till the haven of peace is won I And the purpose of God f ultllloJ. Columbia! Columbia! Men beheld thes riso A goddess from the misty sea I Lady of hope, sent from the skios, The nations worshiped theo I Thy brows were flushed with dawn's first light. By foamy waves with stars bedight Thy blue robe floated free. Now let the sun ride high o'erhead,' Driving tue lieht from Bhore to shored His burning tre...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 2 December 1892

Clinch Yalley News.! PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY*. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: IIa Advance.) By mail, pontuge paid, one year. 81.CO By mail, postage paid, sift months, .16 Advertising rotes furidelltfd dti appli? cation. Entered at the TnzeWell C. H. (Va.) poetofHce as second class matter. FRIDAY, TT"*! NOV. 25 lbi)2. THE PHILOSOPH Y OF FREE MASONRY. A paper read November 28, 1802. bet?re the Taxewoll Lodge of A, l'\ and A. M., at their hall in Tuzeweh, Va., by .lodge H. C. Graham. Men have told ns that Masonry, "Ijiko every other society, which o?er HouriBhed, most sink with the lapse of years and the changes iu the spir? it of society.'' This was said loug ngo, and Hind m my a time. This was none tho Ichs a false prophecy. Han iu a being, created by tho Gioat Mas? ter with every attribute that makes him tho highest typo of social order and system; und the bent of Ids ener? gies und reason ii to make humanity, us u body, what his idea) dictates, ouu great united social brotherhood. In his in...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 9 December 1892

NOTICE. DRY goods, notions. boots, shoes, hats, clothing, rubber goods j. Is, babek, p00ah0nta8, va Low prieea ami polite cloras. 0C4L AJVD GENERAL Jy E \VS_BRIEFS. Prank a Co's clothing at cost. I. Flank & Co. propose to close ut. Circuit Cnntt adjourns tomorrow allow the judge to go elsewhere. Tho short term of Congress is in essiou si nee Tuesday. Skttl.k.?I. Krank & Co. want ettleincut of all outstanding busi less. Snntii Claus,il n myth,iy it inifjlity x>?l one in this count ry. Mr. I. Frank Iscover from Wytlie rille. Our city's history is At present ihsnlutoly without incident worthy of chronicling. The great Carlisle would innke u fittinjv- premier for the incoming President. lwn't it a windfall to get winter clothing and gents' furnishings at closing aale I You can at I. Frank & Co*. The holidays promise to he alwttt um extensively observed as auy for many years. Miss .lessie Graham has pone to Richmond to he witii her mother for a while. Happy aod content U a...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 9 December 1892

Ireland has occupied one-half of tba | "British House of Commons during the last twclvo years. ~~ ? -?*? ^'--' The American Farmer avers that bad roads and worthless dogs cost this ccun- [ try more thau big armies do tho . pcoplo of Europe. i Ouo-half of the West Point cadets are obliged to wear glasses, it it said. The state of affairs, according to a scientific nuthority, is largely due to the fact that tho barracks ore lighted by electricity instead of gas. - Mule raising is still a profitable holi? ness. There is at least $30 profit in a $4t> weanling and about $15 profit in a $60 one, the ancestral value ranging from $10to$lf>. A mule's father may be worth auywherc from $200 to $2000 or more. The minors that the Empress Freder? ick and her son, the German Kaiser, do not get on well together arc quite with? out foundation. In fact, in Germany, the accepted idea is that tho country is in reality ruled by IIci Majesty, and that Kaiser Wilhelm takes no step without first cons...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 9 December 1892

HEROES OF FUmON. tCruAlly Endowed with thr Perfection ot Physical QnalUhM. All novel readers?and they are about 80 per cent, ot all the people who read books at all?must have been struck with tho fact, that the heroes and heroines of fiction are usually endowed with tho very per? fection ot physical qualities, even though their morals be somewhat off color, and their actions such as should bring them directly within the purview of the criminal law. In fact, it may .be said in a general way that the bigger scoundrel and villain a man is, in a novel, the more closely does he resemble tho Apollo Belve? dere in outward semblance; and the more sensual and deceitful and base a woman is, the more is she fashioned In the physical likeness of some me? dieval saint, or of some woman who ecems to exude goodness and virtue. I If the novelists, arc right, the physiognomists and phrenologists and the great detectives - and students oi penology of the world must be wrong. The latter Insist, with c...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 9 December 1892

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Qu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. $1.150 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 * Advertising rates fuminliod on appli? cation. Entered at tho ToZowell C. II. (Vu.) poBtodiee as second class mutter. ? 1 IU DAYr? ' ?'" DEO. i) IS!).1. WHY NOT A TARIFF COM? MISSION ? If Mr. Cleveland takes nit tho nd vie.o given him by friotnl >ind foe.he'll l>u very much in thf; condition of Ihn lun'n and boy mid ass in iii op's im? mortal fahle. It is safe to. believe | thai tie will carry out bis usual poli? cy and rely upon his best judgment. It is almost equally safe to believe j that neither Mr. Cleveland's best judgment nor Unit of putiiols iu j ? ?itli.-r party will advocate an extra session. Haw recruits and hot weath? er do not commend tlioiine)vos as the menes whereby the tariff und linauce may bo led out of dar It i less into the promised land. The American peo? ple aro not fools. Thoy know that, vital que...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 16 December 1892

BBS GOODS, NOTIONS. BOOTS, 8HOES, HATS, CLOTHING, JttUBBEB GOODE J. tu BABE?,,1POOAHONTA8, VA Low prioes and polito ?leriB. VOkjLyiLNQ. 51" LOG 4L AND GENERAL JV E W'S_BRIEFS. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Thfiukiug the voters of Tazowell county for their liberal support heretofore accord? ed me, aud further soliciting their sup? port. vi hereby nnnouuee myself a candi? date for tho office of Clerk of the Count" C<>nrt of Thzewell Couuty, nt election on the 4th Thursday iu May, 1803. I am respectfully, T. E. GEORGE. I hereby announce myself a candidate for tlin oilicc of Clork of tho Circuit Court of Tnzewell Couuty at. the election May 25. irt'J.I, and if elected I will dischargo the duties of the oilicc to the best of my abil? ity. H. BANE HAUniAN Frank i l.'n'? clothing nt cost. I. Frunfc & Co. piopo.so to close out. Mr. John T. Lhikons, a, well known citizen of Graham, is dead. tMr. W. K. La Bur, of Hotel Rich inds, was in town during the week. SETTLE.?I. Frank & Co. want settlem...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 16 December 1892

A ?ONO OF LOVE. V hills, in glory loan And bathe your brows in li;ht; O velvet valleys, sott botw en. Urcnin gently to the. night Vor she that said "I love.-' and sho llnlh given all Unit to mo' O bird?, with thrilling throat?, U.'nd lot your m?de be; O river.--, whoro tho splendor float?,' Row ringing to the sea! For she hath sai.l "I love," and she Hath made that love a crown lor me.' O world, crown green to great Tho joy that comes apace: Your roses for lier footsteps sweet; Your sunshine for her foesf For she hath said "I love," and sho Un'.li made that lovu a heaven for mu! ?Frank L. Stnnton AFTER THE WEDDING, EMMA A. OPP12K, )T was over. The com? pany had gone. Sev? eral miles away sped the train on which tho bridal couple had de? parted. Miss Antic? line Briggs was Mrs. Lytuitn Ryder, anil Mr. Lymun Ryder was presumably the hap? piest, of men. Augclinc's mother, who was practical, was sorting out the JiSE.^^-f"J:ci^JP borrowed dishes; her father was returning chairs to tho ne...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 16 December 1892

HI'OILINO COLTS' UOUTUS. ' It is tbo practice of sorao bungling horsemen to put in the colt's mouth the most cruet bit they can Und, because it .is so much cosier for thorn to manag? it. 'But this saving of trouble for themselves is at the greater cost of after lost. The bit cither makes the colt's mouth soro or it hardens it, so that after a while the ?colt's mouth grows so tough and cal? loused that tho severest bit6 must be used ?ver utter.?Boston Cultivator. BTnAWBEllRY plants. The first strawberry plants produced ?on tbc now runners of tho season take loot first and become the largest and .strongest, and for this reason arc pre? ferred for early transplanting in summer or autumn. But when transplanting is deferred until spring the latest produced plants mny be found to have become as strong und vigorous as thoso nearer tho parent stool. When all the plants are a ya&r old we doubt if any one could tell ?which was the first to tuko root tho pre? vious season. Selecting one or...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 16 December 1892

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: tin Advance.) By mnil, postage paid, one year. SI.150 By mail, pontage paid, nix months. .70 Advertising rates fiirnlohcd on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tuatewell 0. H. (Va.) poHtoflice ns second class matter. F UID?i r - ~- DEC. I? 181)2. CLEVELAND'S SPEECH At tho nnnnul banquet of the Ho I form Club in Now York, at which j Mr. Cleveland was the most, honored | guest, he predicted groat things for the Democratic party if unselfish pa t":nlism guido its aspirations und lugulato the notions of its choseu servants. Ho spoko as follows: I bnvo nothing new or startling to say to you and I hope to do littlo more than to remind you of the meaning and signiliouiieo of this oc. casion. As wo are hero gathered to gothcr, wo represent those who have been willing to risk all consequences in n battle for priuciplea which are ground iu purest patriotism, because they accord with tho purposes and objects of onr freo institutions...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 23 December 1892

N5?I6I. WHS 000D8, NOTIONS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, ?L?THING, RDBBEU GOODS. ^ j. L; BABEK, POOAHONTAB, VA Low priced and poUto clems. UOCdL AJVJ) GENERAL $ E WS BRIEFS. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Thanking the voters of Tazewell county lor their liberal snpp*?rt heretofore accord? ed me. and further solicitiug their sup? port, v I horctiy nnuonnoe myself a caudi datefor the office of Clerk of the Count" Ott? of XWnewrtl County, nt election on the 4th Thurmlay iu May, 18'J3. I am respectfully, T. E. GEOltGE. 'I hereby announce myself a caudidntu for the office ?>f Clerk of tbo Circuit Court of Tazcwoll County at the election May 25. 1493, surf if elected I will discharge the duties of the otGco to t'-e host of my abil? ity. H. BANE HARM AN Frank & Co's clothing at cost. County Court next Tuesday. I. Frauk & Co. propose to close out. The year '1>3 will have 53 Sun Congress adjourns until alter tlie holidays. Mr. K. Izard bus returned from a trip east. Mr. John Lyoua is at school iu Lonis...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 23 December 1892

You can telegraph, from almost every] ipot of tho globe now with tho cxcop-| Uon of the islands of tho Pacific. ?The San Francisco Chronicle is per waded that American corn meal only seeds to bo tried by tho poor of Europe to supplant wheat or rye Hour. The American Farmer states that en? terprising men arc making money in New England by buying up for n song abau ioucd farms and converting them into diccp ranches. Most of the German papers of recent flute contain articles upon Columbus. All agree that the destiny of the entire American contiuent is unavoidably bound op with nnd can only be accomplished through the progress and leadership of the United States. Chilean advices say vandalism, influ? enza1, highway robbery, railway disasters, have now suicide as a powcrtul allay iu their work of destruction iu Chile. Bcarccly a day passes that cases of self murder arc uot reported either at the capital or Valparaiso, while reports are constantly retching the city from the interior of si...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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