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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 December 1892

A DRUNKEN ELEPHANT. UaJao? ta Die Bompoi In a cirtm In Xb> tin*. The mistake of a careless keeper in tbo menagerie of Riegling Brothers' circus, while exhibiting in Frankfort, lud., recently, almost resulted la the killing of one of the attendants and tbo breaking loose of the wild ani? mals of the menagerie. "Babe," the biggest elephant of tbe circus, was taken with cramps, and tbe veter (nary Burgeon of the show prescribed H tablcspoonful of peppermint in a pint of whisky once la half an bour. Ryan, tho elephant keeper, procured a Jug containing a gallon of whisky, and Babe was given a dose. Ryan bad occasion to leave tho tent, and care? lessly left tbe Jug within reach of the elephant, who had bad a taste of the contents. When Ryan returned be was surprised to find tbo }ug un? corked and empty. Fearing discharge, should his carelessness be discovered, and knowing full well where the con tents of the jug had gone, he hastened to a near-by saloon to have it refilled befo...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 December 1892

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRtDAY. "TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: llu Advance.) By mail, postngo paid, ono year. SI.00 By mail, postage paid, six months, .73 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho* Tn stow oil C. H. (Vu.) postoftice us second class matter. FRIDAY, - - ? DKV. 2:1 18!)2 THE LIGHTS OF CHRIST MAS. The lights of Cbristuias burn no where on earth with ho genial a flame ns in the illumination of oueV own ftrcsidej but there is a lino com ji"nsntiou for absence from home on l?is brigbtest find best of auuiveraa' ries in finding oneself in the streeth of London on tho ovo of Christ-inns, a spectator mid a part of tho great Obriatmna tide of expectant, happy, smiling humanity flowing in counter currents through Bond street, Hoi burn, the Strand, nnd eddy tog nnd whirling around Charing Cross; and when, with beart warmed with tho glovt reflected from thousands of sparkling faces to see this city of n million homes nod a thousand churches blaze forth wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 December 1892

NOTICE. Dlttf GOODS, NOTIONS. BOOT8, 8H0E8. HATS, CLOTHING, RUBBER GOODS J. Ii. BAB EU, POOAHONTAB, VA 4*jw prices and polite cleras. 0C4L AJVD r EJVERAL AEWSJRI.CFS. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Than king the voters of Tnzewoll comity r their liberal snpport heretofore nccord lue, and further soliciting thuir sup >rt, I hereby nnnounce myself a candi te for the office'of Clerk of the Count" urt of Ttanwell County, at election on e ttj^Thuraday in May, 1893. ? I uui rcspcctfnllv, T. E. GEOltGE. I hereby nnnnunco myself h candidate IMr the otticu of Clerk of the Circuit Court f Tazeweil County at the election May 25. 193, and if elected I will dischuvge the ntiea of the cilice, to t'-e best of my abil II. BANE HARM AN Frank & Cos clothing nl cost. I. Flunk & Co. propose to close ?at, The sehonIs here hud their usual oliday recess. Mr. Barnes Gillespie is at home ho University of Virginia. Se ladies of the Lutheran church ad a public dinner in town Tucs ay. SETTLE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 December 1892

Presidential election years ore proverb-: {ally bad on sport, and amusement enter'! prises._ Arizona natundisls affirm that tho dreaded Giln monBtor is gradually bo pomlng oxtinct bctoro tho inarch of civi-! la t ion. ___________ Chile is importing Short-horns from England'. and tho wholo South Amcricuu country is reviving and improving the cattle industry. The Washington Star remarks: Young' America has had in the Columbus demon- ] strations a lesson in history that will out BSt four-fifths of the information that is . acquired from school books. The New York Commercial Bulletin , tttimatcs the wheat crop of the West of IS92 at about 550,000,000 bushels. It] says that 27,000,000 bushels came' forward in three successive weeks at very' tow prices._ The aggregate capitul surplus of tho I companies which have been buying Lako Superior iniucs and transportation in? terests is in the neighborhood of $50, 000,000, and, what causes tho Boston ITrauscript to marvel, not a dollar of it! is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 December 1892

Wlica Danger turk Among othr curious objects which Bolten brouglt homo from tho West India Islands/were two pods of the Band box tree,curlous circular store? houses for tin seed; dcoply ribbed, each rib runnig from top to bot tom of the pot).. "hesc received places of honor in lacqitr trays, and with the rest of bis eclection, adorned bis. bedroom mantl-slielf. One night he was awakened by what ho thought was a pistol sht in his room. At tho same tune aisslles were flying all around. 1. Ho spiang out of bed and lighted the ftatv Then be saw that tho treasures tt tbo mantel-shelf were scattered twut the room. The sand boxes lad vanished. He searched the rocp carefully. There . was no trace, solar as ho could eoe, p Df the cause of ;he explosions. Not lorfg after a fritad was in Pol ten's room, and looklilrover tho remnants of his collection,] remarked, "Hellol hero is a piece ofa sand box." "What is that" asked Boltcn. "Well, its.therr?lt of a tree thai ?rows in tbo Wet Indies, and g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 December 1892

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (lu Advance.) By mnh\ postage paid, one year. SI.50 By mail, postagu paid, six mouths, .76 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazewell C. IL (Vu.) postoflice as second class mutter. KIDAY, - ? ? DEC Btt 1892. |?ticu Lamar, appointed by Mr. [iland during his prenidential Iis in very feeble health and bis k think liable to die- at any time bight's disease. In case of his ,>fore the 4lh of March his would be nppointed by LHiirrison. jtes uro rushing it in A bill to givo a utoeratic con f tho State ivernor and lution fa j option -/ill do f farm d by tho urant law *te themselves until they buve South Carolina. ?lueou a general belief i^iitb would bo well rapre Mr. Cleveland's Cabinet Vit it is now stated that the Pros Plit-elect will iuvite John G. Car? lisle, of Kentucky, to b? hin Secre? tary of the Treasury and J. Han-] dolph Tucker, of Virginia, his AI tor-1 ney General. Cleveland ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 January 1893

NOTICE. pRY GOODS, NOTIONS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, RUBBER GfW J. L. BAB Ell, POOAHONTAffy'J |Low price and 1)0]jto cloraa. JUpCdL AND GEA'ERAl A E W.S BRIEFS.. ANNOUNCEMENTS. bmukiuR the voters of Tnzowell county ? tueir liberal support heretofore, accord me. aud further soliciting tboir sup I li.rehy announce myself a candi |xt? for the offic* of Clerk of the Count" '"r1 0.Ll"ZUWl'" c<?>nty. at election ou 10 4tli iliursdny in May, 18113, I am respcctfiillv, T. E. GEOKGE. I hereby nnuouncc myself a candidate or tin- oiliee of Clerk of tho Circuit Court *f 1 atewell County nt the election Mny 35. 833, nnd if elected I will discharge the Rutles of the ollicu to t>!e best uf mv abil? ity. * H. BANE HA It MAN Pretty cool weather this. Tae schools are all in session again j Dr. A. 1). Estill 1ms returned to Iiis home in Lexington. Mis? Lucy Henry returned to Col lege nt Abiugdou, Tuesday. Mr. J. S. Chatwell und Iiis moth er returned from Wytbevlll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 January 1893

No loss jwanAo^JjMV American wonaca Dow ride bScycj?s/ The H/irnl NWyYorker tells that Soja beans ?'io boinryused satisfactorily for colleo byVsomelarmcrs. IO)< Says tho l?hicugo Sun: "The spirit of speculation issubsi?ing in commercial circles in the United States; honest aud cash deaVngs are on the iucrcaso. Coiu mtTcia) failures are pn the decrease." Zre is a brick fuiuino in Chicago, nces the Now York Tribune. Last "ay the price was $6.50 a thousand, and ow it is $10. Oue cause was tho wet weather last spring, which prevented tho manufacture of bricks. Then the Mil? waukee tire has drawn off a large supply to that city, while the demand in Chica? go has been vastly increased by tho World's Fair. The Art Huilding alono took 20,000,000 brick. In a late number oC the Young Wo? man a well-known physician affirms that no changes which have come over out social life in the bust [twenty years are more remarkable '.hau those in tke physi? cal training and education of women. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 January 1893

Mftrli In f: Thrlr I.over", While visiting in a Norway Tillage, ? traveler, who we will call Mr. L., took. lessons In Norse from a lady. One evening there chanced to bo present a certain Norwegian gentle? man. When the lady rose to go to her lodging in an adjoining house, Mr. L. offered to escort her, but 6he declined the offer abruptly. Bather surprised at her manner, Mr. Jj. asked the Norwegian if tbe young lady wus engaged ox married, and, if not, what was the meauing of the ring she wore? ."I am ignorant," he continued, "of the difference of your rings between married, going to be married, and never going to be married." "Oh, you will never tell that," said the Norwegian, laughing loudly. "We ?annot mark the women in this coun? try i as you do, but they mark the men. Amongst us it is tbe man that wears the ring." "Oh, I 6ee! That is a new light!" said the traveler, taking the man's left hand, on the fourth finger of vhiel) was a plain gold ring. "That b your wedding ring, then?"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 January 1893

Si.\ lllOlltllS, furnished on :?]>pli nt tin' Tuzcwoll (Vn.) postof second class matter. tl1^?V. ? ? .IAN. 11. IMN / FAHTY l-'O^KJY. Oli-3*ki.aso Wn.T. Have CoNsiDEnABLi ?ro Say About It. Tho Democratic leaders who wer* marking out linos of policy for Mr. Cleveland's administration, nnd who had decided upon an pxlrn session i>f Congress in tho early spring, are he ginning to reulize that tho President elect will have considerable to say about tbo dirustioti of parly policy as well as affairs aflor tho Ith uf .March next. His dcclnrtitioiiH about Ilm Now York Heiintorship and Iiis n fus al to give any sign ns to whut he will do about mi extra s*-s>i?m of dm gross arc accepted ns iudrcations that Mr. Cleveland iutouds to he I be loud? er of his party as well km President of the United States; tout is. hu will boa party loader in I ho broad and nol the parti-tan sense. ..od will pre vent the extreme men from lifting in Congress in n milliner calculated ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 January 1893

NOTICE. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, RUBBEU GOOD! J. L. BADEU, POCAHONTA8, V/ Low prices and polito olerns. YQL. XLYII1. NQ. 2 At R C. CH/ CALIFORNIA PEACHES, BARTLETT PEARS, PIL?RIM CORN, HOMINY, OAT MEAL, CHERRIES, LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Thanking the voters of Ta/.owell county for their liberal support heretofore accord? ed me. and further .soliciting their sup? port. I hereby announce myself a candi? date for the office, of Clerk of tho Count" Ourt of Taxewell County, at election on tho 4th Thursday in May.' lhi)3. I am respectfully, T. E. GEOltOE. I hereby auuonnco myself a candidate for tho office of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Tazownll Comity at the election May 25. 1803. a.nd if elected I will discharge tho duties of the otllco to the best of my abil? ity. _II. HANK HA KM AN The sunny south is frozen? lint we'ru freezing to her still. If siilvfltiott wasn't free, some moo would take the risk ami go the other way. Col. James Haller...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 January 1893

tears. Slowly trickling dowri'the check,' 1 ,' l With soft, unlntermittlng flow, \ Tears toll us more than words can speak Or any outward gesturo show. i "When sorrow comes?a sombre guest, 1 A spectro horn of pain and fear?, Tho burdened heart to boor tho test 1 Yields to tho overflow ot tears. ^ On childhood's frnnk and happy fnco What mimic battles do they wngo? The rosy maid thoy give new graco ; And makcpathctliic gray-haired ago. Refused by none, this symbol, dumb, Tunes well the throbbing of tho heart? "Whether delicious pleasures como Or keen-eyed grief inflicts its smart. Mo words are there so true nnd deep That they life's perfect gamut show; And tears sometimes their socrot keep Although they tuny not cease to flow. T-.vin ministers are Joy and Griuf, Undying ns tho fadeless years; j J Joy may be often scant nnd brief 1 And sorrow sweeter for its toars. ?Joel Ileuton, in Godoy'?. EDITH'S_PICTURES. >gS^h\ X B sultry, sunny t(S- m/ afternoon in May 3r.?7^ "there m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 January 1893

TEo JUrtQar. The Btructuro from which tho rat? tlesnake ' takes bis name?the rattle ??consists mainly of three or more solid, horny rings, placed around the end of the tail. These rings them? selves are merely dense portions of the general'outor skin of the body, but tbe rattle has also a solid founda? tion of bone. For. tho three last bones of the tail become united to? gether in one solid hole or core, b ..w.i wueie the bones Join, while they increase in size toward the hinder end of the complex bone thus formed. This bony core is invested by skin also marked by grooves,, which correspond with those at the' Junctions of the three boues, and this skin becomes much thickened and so forms an incipient, imperfect rattle of such young snakes as have not yet cast their ski us. "When it is cast, the sklo investing the tail close to Its termination is not car.t off, but is held fast by tbe enlarged end of the bony core before mentioned. The piece of skin thus retained be? comes a loose ri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 January 1893

Clinch Valley News, ,. PUBLISHED EV ERY FRIDAY. ? . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postugo paid, ono year. SI '0 By mail, postage paid, six months, .73 Advertising rates furnished or appli? cation JJutered at the Tazewell (Va.) postof iieo as second class matter. kkiday, -~V - Tan. i:i. is;m BLAiNK. At the hour of writing wo have no immediate news of air. IMtiine's con? dition. Some days since his vitality j?\vua at so low an ebb that In? was sop posed to be dead, By vigorous of forts of tho physician.-, lie revived "?id afterward was able to talk to bis family. If blill alive bis death may occur at any moment. A KKM A1IKAIII.K CAtlKKU. Few men?even in this busy ago? havo led a more active life than Mr, Blaine. He was born in tho village of Brownsvillr.in southwestern Penn? sylvania, of Scotch-Irish parents. His ancestors hail settled in the town of Carlisle, Pa? before tho American revolution, und one, Ephiiuin Bluiiie, was sheritr of Cumberlanil county when it * emb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 January 1893

Notice. *BT GOODS, NOTIONS. BOOTS, 8HOES, HATS, CLOTHING, KUBBEK GOODS. J.X. BABEH, P0CA.HONTA?, VA Low.prices ?ud polite cler&s. VOL. XLVII1. NO. 3 TAZEWEL At R C. CHAPMAN'S: CALIFORNIA PEACHES, 'BARTLETT PEARS, PIL?R1M CORN, HOMINY, OAT MEAL, CHERRIES, CHEESE, MACARONI, DRIED PEACHES, EVAPORATED APRICOTS, PRUNES, CALIFORNIA, SALMON, At R. C, WORCESTER SAUCE, PREPARED MUSTARD, HORSERADISH, PICKLES, FRUITS, EGO PLUMS, Chapman's. * LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS. AN nOUN CEMENTS. Thanking the votorn of Tar.ewoll county for their liberal auppert heretofore nccortl o J ma, end f tirthor soliciting their sup port. I hereby announce myself a cnntli dafefc for the office of Clrrk of the G?nnt? 'CeUrt of Tazewcll County, at election on the 4th Thursday iu May, 1893. I em ruspectfullT, T. E. QEOHQE. I hereby anuonnce myself n candidate for thn-oftice of Clerk of the Circuit Court of 'Tezewell Couuty at the election Mny 25. '1(93, end if elected I will discharge the ?tntiea of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 January 1893

thheE loves in <->ne. Toxi aek if I havo-loved bsfore; Well,' deer one, I confess I'd learned a lassie to adorr* When 1 was ton or less. We wire at school togother then; O'er the tamo book we rend, And mnny a timo how proud l'vo bwn Todrnw heron my sled. Then wb?n n youth of twenty, t^o, I loved, with warmer rIow, A maiden fair, with eyes of blue, Ami heart us pure as unow. I worsbip'd her, the fairy olf, All things of earth Above, Ami nursed my sicret to mysolf, And never told my love. ** , The years passed on; and, oljjr grown, 1 felt love's passion burn For one X loved to call my ow.m. AVho loved me in return. Man was not made to bo alone. When love can sweeten life, 0 happy day that on me shotio Whereon I called you wifel Come, little darling, dry your tears. And take a brighter view I The loves I've loved through all tlie?o years Have ever turned to you. 1 still linvc faithful been an 1 true. And ne'er have done you wrong; Both merry girl and maiden, too. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 January 1893

On the ljf*j*r Tho Qultman (Ga.) Free Press hat heard two good Jokes on lawyers. One Is on Judge Jim Guerry, of Daw sou. A short time ago an old negro Was up before the Judge, charged With some trivial offense. "Haven't you a lawyor, old man?" Inquired the Judge. "No, 6ah." "Can't you get ono?" "No, sah." "Don't you want mo to appoint on? to defend you?" "No, sah; I Jes tho't I'd Ieab de oase to the lgnanco ob de co't." The other it; on the legal fraternity In general. An old farmer was on his deathbed. Ho requested that two lawyers from a neighboring town be sent for. When they came he motioned them to tako seats, one on each side of the bed. Ho looked Crom one to tho other for a few mo? ments, and then with his last breath exclaimed- "I die content, like my Savior, between two thieves'." Whlto Ilroact. To tho exclusive use of white bread Jlr James Critchton-Brown attributes tho prevailing decay in teeth. As ourlnc is necessary to good teeth, tnd as this is a characteristic feature...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 January 1893

ig^yfe???-^ Clinch galley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERSyiOF SUBSCRIPTION: ? (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ono year. SI.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation.,' Entered at the Tazewull (Va.) postof fico as Becoud class mutter. KlUDAY, - ?* IAN. 20. \H'X). "wuSk of assemblies. ited States Senators Nomisated {and Elected in Many States! , J.opeka, Kan., Jan. 17.?Tho Gov? ernor's message wan presented to tho Legislature today, but. the Populist ' House declined to listen to tho read? ing of the. document, which would idl a pago iu an ordinary newspaper, und it was ordered printed. Mouthers are nnablo to draw tiny salaries, and us many of them, par tioularly tho Populists, aro not pos Bessors of bank accounts, there is sure to bo trouble with their land lords of the city before lung. This tuorniug soon after the two houses mot the souference committee reported that it bad been uuablo to ngreo on any recommendations for a Bottle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 January 1893

OTICE, DEI aoo^?. Motions. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, KUBBEH GOODS. J. L. BABEH, POOAHOKTAS, YA IiOTf prices and polito c!orn.?. VOL. XLVIII. NO. 4 TAZEWEL At R. C. CHAPMAN'S: CALIFORNIA PEACHES, BARTLETT PEARS, PILGRIM CORN, HOMINY, OAT MEAL, CHERR1E8, CHEESE, MACARONI, DRIED PEACHES, EVAPORATED APRICOTS, PRUNES, CALIFORNIA, SALMON, WORCESTER SAUCE, PREPARED MUSTARD, HORSE RADISH, PICKLES, FRUITS, EGG PLUMS, At R. C. Chapman's. LOCAL AND GENERAL JvEWS BRIEFS. AN nOUN CEMENTS. Thanking tho votora of Tazowell county for thoir liberal support heretofore accord, od mo, and further soliciting their sup? port. * I hereby announce myself a candi? date for tho office of Clerk of tho Countv C.i'rt of Tarewoll County, at election on tao ith Thursday in Hay, 1893. I am respectfully, T. E. GEORGE. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Clerk of the Circuit Conrt of Tazowell County at the eleetiou May 25. : 1893, aud if elected I will discharge the duties of the office to tbe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 January 1893

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED jSVERY FRIDAY. _ . TiKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: . CIu Advance.) By mail, postago paid, one year. SI.50 By mail, poatago paid, six-months, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazowoll (Va.) postof flco as second class matter. FUIDAY, -'"-" '/ JAN. 27, I89s! '"CLEVELAND 'SPROGRAM. Business Men to be the Principal Officers of His Administration. Lakewood. Jan. 2'?.?A declaration has been made that the next Admin is!ration will be one of business men. The following is Mr. Cleveland's an? nouncement of bis policy : 4,Tbo next Administration will bo a business men's Administration. By that I moan that business men are to have the preference in the appoint? ments. Of course the buuiucss men ' will bo Democrats, lint in making appointments 1 shall consider the business records of Ihu applicants.) That will have greater weight with me than the endorsements of politi? cal organizations. I shall appoint successful business men us heads of ' ...

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