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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 14 April 1893

rhcr? ?r* a hum number of aynnto rhynl ?".Ifins who claim tri at disease U always the re ?ult ot a transgr? ?Ion of Natur?'? law?. Th? proprietor* of tlarllrld Tea aro both physician, *?a bar* devoted yearn to teaching the peopls how to avoid glckniuvi by to.lowlug Noturu'i law?. They give away with tivery pack?*? ol ?Uarftsld Tea a little book, wbicb they claim will ?nable all penums. If direction* ar? fol lowed, to arold nii knrn of all kinds and la .have no need for Qard?ld T?? or ni ?thvr <modlcln?. Mr. Harvey /Teed lJUHiyviile, O. 'Catarrh, Heart Failure, Pa? ralysis of the Throat "I Thank God and llooa'a Saraa parltta for Perfect Health." "1Q?ntlernen: For tho bonotlt of asaffortag hu? manity I wish to state a fuw lac be Cor aeveroi ysuirn I have salTorud from catarrh and heart (allure, got ting ?u bud I could not wvrk and Could Scnrcely Walk 1 had a very bud spoil 01 paral y?la of tho throat Mine limo ago. My throat seemed closed and I could not mrnllow. Tlvo doctors said ...

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. — 14 April 1893

?BP Clinch Valley News. P'??LietlED EVERY FfilDAY. "tfEitMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mrtlh postage pnid, one year. Si.GO By niail, postage pnid, six months, .70 Advertising rntcs furnished on nppll cation. Entered ut the Tuzowcll (Vn.) poatof flce US titxohd clues uinttur. Prill) AY, - APlilL 14,1803. Washington, d. c. " Representative Marshall luft to night for hit- home whore duties nt court itwnit. him. He was before the Superintendent of Railway Mail Ser? vice this morning, and Hindu a strong plea for th?! reinstatement of tho Democrats of hie diu! riet who were liinmtHsoil by President Harrison. No h;>( infliction, however, was guaranteed him, aithongh he has succeeded in briugiug the mattfcf up for consider? ation iu tho nenr future/ Mr. Mar nhnll has worked incessantly for hie people, and is determined, UHhesnyu, to return iu a few days and com in no to labor for the fair share of patron? age which be thinks due his district. Notwithstanding the fact that it has b...

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. — 21 April 1893

nOim, SALT, GROCERIES, AND EVE11YTUINO BELONGING IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. VOL. ILNO. 10 LOCdL AJf.lt GENERAL JiEWS BRIEFS. Messrs. EmswilUr and R?der are building a uuw baru fur Judge Kelly. Dr. ?James O'Keeile left Tuesday last for a trip to the, wilds of West Virginia. Mr. J. L. Pnbst, now in business at New Castle, uaino into Tazewell this week. Mrs. Hoover, who has beeu for Rome time ill at her home in town, is improved Mr. Samuel Katzen, of Coopers. W. Vi?., was a guest at the Virginia House Monday. Iu a protracted meeting at the Baptist church the pastor is assist by ltev. Mr. Elaoui. K strike i* on lit the mines of the Clinch Valley Coal and Coke Co. and all the miners are out. Mr. G. W. Stindeiliu has been (ie liveriug in town this week work from the studio of Frank J. Corwin Mrs. John Biittain has gone, to tier former home in Tennessee where there is illness in her family. Mr. Isaac E. Chapman sulTered^a severe turn for the worst on Sun? day lust, but ra...

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. — 21 April 1893

, Tb.? TJnltod States have a less per? centage of blind people than say other Country in the world. The Chicago Times avers that the lato E. H. Clark, of Newburg, N. Y., aa amateur fruit grower, had od his city lot a pear tree on which ho grow nearly 100 varieties of pears. i i, The Indian Medical Record shows u terrible record ot deaths from cholera. In fourteen years, from 1877 to 1890, it declares that 1,000,826 persons have died in Bengal from cholera alone. The reason givcu by Japanese officials for not adopting the steam apparatus for putting out tiros is that tho nativo deal? ers in building material and tho artisans depend on the periodical conflagrations for a -living. Walter B. Harris acd R. G. Cunning? ham-Graham,two Londoners, assert that they encountered in Southern Morocco, at the foot of the Atlas Mountains, a dozen or fourteen men, none of whom ?were over four feet nnd a half tall, who are believed to belong to a tribe who in? habit the upper range of the mountains. ...

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. — 21 April 1893

How -Werfe CkuKi Language la the result of ages of growth. Word after word has been added to the previous stock?some of them new inventions, as new things usvo been discovered or brought into use, others but perversions or varia? tions of terms already familiar. The process of word-making and word transformatioft has been carried gd, not by scholars only, but by the com? mon people, with the natural result that many words have curious his? tories. As a writer in Chambers' Journal remarks, "People must have iwords which they can understand and recall," aud they are not scrupulous as to the means by which they obtain them. Take the common word "titmouse," a chickadee. The first syllable means something small, and the two together ought to mean a little mouse. But the word was formerly "tltmose," "mose" meaning a little bird. Somebody?there is no know? ing who?changed the name to "tit? mouse." The new form tickled the popular ear; by and by it was gener? ally accepted; then the old and...

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. — 21 April 1893

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF KUUSORIPTION: tin JKlvanco.) By mall, postago mid, oiio year. ?1.G( By mail, postage Aid, six moutlis, .7i Advertising ratesuuruiBhod on appli? cation. ^ Entered at the Tat-well (Vn.) postof fico as 6ccond cltu-s mutter. FltlDAYi APHIlV 21,1 AlM, WEATHER^CROP B ULLET1N Centkal Office, I Ltnchboro, Va,, April 18, 18?3. J During the past seven days there hau been very little raiu iu the Tide? water section of the .State, but favor? able rains have occurred generully over the central counties and the north, und from Lyuchburgand Dun vile the extreme Southwest Haiti is needed in the eauteru sections, and to some extent in, the central sections and in the middle and upper Sheii audoab Valley regions. There was leas than the average amount of sun Rhine during the week. The temper? ature averaged slightly below the normal for this season, and on Sun? day morning was low enough for frost, exiept iu the southern counties niid near the cons...

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. — 28 April 1893

fLQilS, SALT, GROCERS, ARD EYES YTIUNa UELONOINO IN A .Family proc?& Store B?3T0N & SONS. -. ! <?. ____ Y0L.j^[I1.N0. 17 LOCdL jLjYD GENERAL JvElYS jRRIEFS. Th? gold nrnwrvv wiih broken in? to, but the Government still lives. The other evening, at PoohIioii tan, a Use to (shot and killed John Dillon. The "wets' cirried ttndford by a large majority' and iho "drys" won iu Salem. Mrs. S J. Thompson,of the Cove. Im*? been iu tkwu with friends dur ins. the week Rev. Mr. Ek-rtidoii and others will attend the seuiion of Presbytery at i Wytheville mxt week. Governor kluKinney has a bad casu of inutuI* and tin-, jaws of the people throb it sympathy. Rev. J. E. SnIf was on the street yesterday liinr enough to shake bauds ?vith auiuy old friends. Congressmiii Mat shall is iu Wash ingtott again doing all in bis power] to secure. the spoils to his coustitu ?uts. Dr. and Mis. Walker, of Staun ton, ate iu town, malting a visit to their daughter, Mrs. Geo. W. ?t. Clair. For a Denorest me...

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. — 28 April 1893

THE CHAHM. The strongest may not havo mo?t powor; Pate's favorite strikoi not host Iiis hour; The wisest nnr not soa most clear; Most beauty is not in tho fair; Bweet voics mnkes not most melody-, Who trawls may not widest see; Whom most see is not known the best; Who hnrdest works may do the least; Painter and pect ennnot rcac'a The charm?it passes tint and sn;e<$!i. rhore is a so-netiiin^ in th') air Strongor tliau strength, than grnc; more fair. Wiser than wit, wider than space, More uaudid than a lovvr's face, More musical than melo ly, More real than the thing* wo s3s, More cheering than earth's raro-it wine: Beel: it, grnsp, koeo, and nil is thine! ?Matthew It. Knight, in Iudopendent A HOPELESS CASE. by ebnxELi.v atwooh puatt. HE sunshine was Stft danliDg that after? noon, and in the golden November I air sweeping fresh? ly down between the rows of tall houses on cither hand you tasted at i its best that keen? est of stimulants?iced oxygen. It was a day of the gods, fit to ...

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. — 28 April 1893

Hood's^ Cures Terrible Headaches Dlstrossod and Discouraged Jlrnlthdii Broken. Thoroughly Built up by Uood'a Sarnaparilla Urs. Eva Covert Of Balh. N. V. " I am glad to havo my cxpnrianco \Hth Hood's Sar^aparillu widely known, because the ?medicine has done me *i much good, I think it will benefit ottiers who uro out of health. I waa In a very distressing and discouraging condi? tion. I bad no appetite whatever could not eloep well; suffered with excruciating head ?aches. I felt Tired and Languid. Had no ambition and Boomed all broken down. After I had taken medicine prescribed by two ?of our best physicians, a kind neighbor advised ?mo try Hoo t's SarsapariUa. t followed her ?advice, and tho result is, I am perfectly ?well. I do not have I bo headaches now, sleep well, that tired fooling is vanished, and I am bright and ambitious. I can cat heartily at ?every meal, and have gained In weight from 91 ?to 105 pounds. I do not have any distress in ft SarsapanSBa ?sny stomach, and epilep...

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. — 28 April 1893

mU\U i-Ti-T-vr-r-r-?^ Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, 0110 year. SI.50 By mall, postage paid, bix niuuths, .7? Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tflzewell (Va.) postof fice as eccond class matter. Fltf DAY. ? A PI. 11 j L\S, 1 S!).l. CONFIDENCE RETURNING No net of Mr. Cleveland's aduiiuis tration during tili; time it hus been in control of tho executive policy of the government has boon received by tlie country witli more prof on ud sutisfac tion tbau tlio publicatiou of the brief but conclusive declaration of yesior day morning regarding tbo fiiiaucinl policy of tho (roverumeut. Hy tho operation of forces over which tho present administration hud no con-| trol, and for which it was in no way responsible, it found itself confront? ed with difficulties of a most cmbiir-t ratsiug nature. Tim gold in the treasury was drawu out until it bu came plain that it would bo impruc ticable, withou...

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. — 5 May 1893

irl??K, SALT, aRO^ERiiSj AND EVKHYTIilNO 11EI.OX01NO l>.' A Family Grocery Store BtfSTON & SONS, .Vol. xlvm. no. | t LOOdL AJfl) GENERAL I MEWS BRIEFS; Clinch River lias on a tjjpII dev'ol oped jag. Dr. A. D. ffislill ciune iu from [.ex j i/iRion last evening; Miss Nettie Witten i* visiting . friends in BloeBeld, W. Va. On fourth p>Vg> is HluHtrAiad tho "Walter a. .Wood Tu'bh'.ar Steel Mower. The Merchants Btiiijc of Rich? mond Rent Mr. Carlisle ?1200,000 of its gold, ' Mrs. Sitlliii Campbell mother oi: Mrs. H. M. tSmylhc, is visiitng her nt Kelly. Rev. J. G. Heru'dptv left. Monday, to attend Presbytery ill., Galenit, iu Wythe county. Rev. Geo. Bunt0)1 loft yesterday for a fettiy of a month, perhaps, in Mot Tork Uit-j. Mr. Ben Baylor bus been in town dining the week look tug alter his building arrangements. Mr. I. F.. Chapman has happily passed through Ir.s severe illness and has been able to ?c;ont." Every cbrircb in town whs pecu-! pied Sunday and nearly everybody in ...

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. — 5 May 1893

I ahoy that two.Amt-il,. wrn.T.-ori WiVu'rnlitcd hst ycat m Et:g? !o ud._ ?>\{<s consume ;?n rouud-mlrabors nearly ?ignite 700,000,000 pouuda of tie a 'isar in. thi* country. riko-dny I nssoc/intioas,?fbo,000| The National Dairyman, estimates that, ' Sie farmers of the country lose $25,000, 'Pb? uun'utilty by reason of blight and rob >f various phases. " A rough-' estimate ? of tho amount ot ' tajuey spent ou horso races in the United States dttflnJi'tho year iB?2^.pU>ces the tum tit ?500,000,000. ' ' ? - ?_' _ ?. fS?~-r ~~r* .- ?: As rogurds hospitals, tho te?ining mil? lions of Xondou cari.count ttriononly one bed per 1000?a proportion, which is ?unique.uuidng,th'o largo towns qf. Great IJritniui Glasgow. N . Wolver hamptoii havc.3i beds pot 1000; Ed.n b?rgh; 3'i-v Dublin, <JJ; Norwich,' liel ^Vjfj^firjx)Hijji',' L;vcrJ)6ol,- Manchester bedi perlodomm-J:- ? r?>'. ' ., -fmr.- ? ',% At, n iccett?1 State Convention of tho ' Yi. M. C.;A. . the present status was 1111...

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. — 5 May 1893

Vt98 toward. 8100. flie readers of thin paper will be pleased'to learn thut there Is at least ono dreaded,dleengs that eclonce hu been able to euro In all Ita stages, aud that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure lathe only posltlvo euro now known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh being aeon, ?tltutlonal disease, required u constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in? ternally, acting dlrccUy upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tue systom, thereby do. atroyiiig the foundation of- tho disease, and giving the patient Rtrcngth by building up the constitution nud assisting nature in doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In its curative powers that they offer One Hun? dred Hollars for any caso that it fails to cure. Bond for list of testimonials. Address F. J. Ciiknby A Co., Toledo. O. V3T Sold by Druggists, 760. A Jersey City man has a museum of door? knobs numbering over 8,000 specimens. 'Tho host thins yet!" , That Is the way a young man put it who made nrrung...

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. — 5 May 1893

Clinch Talloy News PUBLISHED KVKKY FRIDAY; - TERMS QF SUMS: ?TU >N: llu Advance..) ' By mail. ) ostage paid, one year. jJl.tK By mail, [icstage {viiit, hi.\ mentis, Advertising rutea furnMii'ii >>u aiwli cation. Entere?" :it tlieTir.ewctl (VW) lkm? ficcj iv-j bcvou<I clasa matter. PcKSiDtSttT ?lEVI.LASJJ AfiluLV!*. Fresh frbro\tli<"> splendors tit tba naval display jjj'iusideut f^L?reinud was welcomed ;to Chicago tviM: !iir: shouts uf the multitude, tlio booming of eaunou aicl i!:" hearty gro.-.ti::i>r! of the ?fltciul ^presentation of tue State of Illiuoi.-i aed city nl Chicngo. Tb? welcome v.-.- ini.ugcraled iiwhv down in tho si-i-r Sta ?? oi Indiana, where itho specml Lrt:i:i \v?h bo:u : by a composite '.?legal ton, eotnpiis inrr Goveruoi Ahg< ?'? ??id members 6t hin wtHiT. Meyer Harrison ttnd iii>i cabinot, Director CJcm rul Davis ni Collector of tite.l'orl .lohn M. Chol:. The Bcouca'oiinctcd itt th* l':.i<m Depot on tUo'ti'iiiviil t.t (ho <-i de...

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. — 19 May 1893

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES ABD BVBBXTBIKa DELOKOUJQ IN a Family Grocery Ston BUSTON & SONS. YOL. XLVII1.N0. 20 LOCdL AND GENERAL N E WSJ3RIEFS. Rev. Jos. Strns cuuie up from Sa? le ui IhsI week and whs present dur? ing tlie Methodist coufereuco. Round trip tickets for the World's Fair are ou sale at this station for $21.85 by the Norfolk and Western Mr. lt. C. Chapiunu has sold his .confectionery business to Messrs. H. W. Pobst und Juo. S. Bottitnoie. Rev. W. H. Price held quarterly conference at the chinch here and preached Saturday and Sunday last. Mr. Isaac M. Benimm, who was well known in this county, died in Washington county on the 11th iust.-ut the age of 81. Old newspapers for sale nt this office ot 25 cento a hundred Suitable for laying enrpets or wrapping. Not less than 100 Bold. A few days only. Dr. OKeeffe's thorougbbred mare dropped a tilly on tlie 18th by Fu turity. The Dr. is in luck and Woodlawu is making a good start as a breeding farm. Success to it. Mr. Henry namp...

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. — 19 May 1893

Twenty-ono per cent, of men cm ployed in our merchant serrico ore uu iablo to swim. A Chicago judge ha3 decidud that do spite imposed restrictions and conditions n common carrier is responsible for dam ago to goods sustained in transit. The Chicago Herald says that captains of United States mail carrying steamship companies are exprossing dissatisfaction as to the now United States mail pen? nant. They say it's too big. The Atlanta Constitution avers that Iho dogs of North Carolina tax the owners and sheep raisers some where near $2,000,000 annually, or about double what 1,600,000 pcoplo pay for? public education. Rubinstein, the pianist, it is declared, would become an American citizen if it were not for the objections of his wife. He is quoted as saying: "I am a Rus? sian of Russians; bnt I am also a Re? publican, and America is the land foi those that love liberty." "Wealthy Chineso merchants arc send? ing, their sons to England and America to bo educated. Last year America had m...

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. — 19 May 1893

Hood's Cures My Health is Solid As a Duck'o Foot In tho Wlud Cured of Gravel and Indigestion fry Hood's Sarsapartlla Mr. Frederick Eamfrcd Chicago, Illinois. **I want to nay thnt I have been made a. new man by Hood'h Sarsaparilln mid Hood's Pille. I wan in a wretched condition and ]iald to odo physician $42 for altcndaiico and prescript Ions, which gavo me no ro? llet. I suffered intensely from gravel, and think I have endured as much mis? ery as any man from that complniDt. I ?rave Dp hope of ever getting well und wo* only wnlkiog about to Save Funeral Expenses. Nothing would Htxyon my sloin.ioh. 1 began to take Houd?8 Surtaparilla, and found that it did mo good, so 1 kept on till 1 bave taken fourteen bottles, and now my bciilth ib im i ..lid as a duck's foot in Sarsaparilla ^OURES the mud. 1 i-linll keep Hood's Sitrsaparilla in tbe bouse, ns I consider it tho cbeapebt and best medicine iu the market. My indi? gestion iu entirely cured, nod all ?ymp toms of the gravel have disnppe...

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. — 19 May 1893

Clinch Yalliy 'News. - PUBLISHED EVERyFRIDAY. TERMS OF SUltf VKIPTION: llu Advance.) By mail, poRtago paid, < no year: $1.60 By mail, poutugo paid, nn month*, .75 Advertising rates furnished on uppli caiion. Entered at tho Tozewc? (Va.) postof fl-. o a3 Becond class matter. LIM DAY,' - . M VY 15), lSOM. THE SOUTH DOES WELL,. Washington, May 13.?Up to dato President Cleveland hv- made tbo following foreign appointments, aud Iis will b? soeii tho South has receiv? ed more plums than I he Mortb : Tito youth?Bayard, Utl., icnlms ea><or to England. Kustis, La., ambassador to Franco. Porter. Term , minister to Chilo. McKouzio, Ky., minister to l'cru. Young, Ga., minister to Guatemtda. ! Alexander.* N. (J, muiistcr to i Greece and Scrvia. Brondheud, Mo., minister to Switz-. erland. Taylor, Ala, minister to Spain. Terrell, Texas, minister t<> Turkey. Carutb, Ark , minis tor to Portugal. McDonald, Va., minister lo Persia. Judd, Mo., cohsul geuetfll to Vi? enna. DiUard, Miss., ...

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. — 26 May 1893

t?UMALT, aftdCCfttU, VSO^KRTTHINQ BELONGING IN A imily Grocery Store BUSTQN & SONS. ?ND GENERAL E WS BRIEFS. r Spotts und Mr Buchanan t home it fine lot of "lioruy tun* of pupils uudtench he schools muk?s u percept J 'reuse in tlie population. iWilli?tn l*eiro>, architect.has Iiis ollicH to the Boston jg, * where Ii? Las two frone R C Oh a pro a Ii will take Jiext ?eck atul tum over his % to the purchasers. Messt?, ore iiud- Pobst. Holmes Com nil, of this \\\d& been tendered the posi f Assistant Attorney General ?sideiit Cleveland. supposed ruling of Secretary II as to fourth class postmas i'l amount to nothing differ oiu tjfcie usual custom. Tuesday evening next will be a lawn party on the ises of Dr. O K?efVo for the 't of the Methodist church. er being in the woods for rcv 'ears Tazowell is sufficiently a city to receive its daily pa it hin an liottr of its t ime of cation. understand that a number of ins .wed perhaps the Command vill attend the unveiling of the ?r mon...

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. — 26 May 1893

hasten mohnino, I^^B?' wakes the glad, oxpectiut earth '^^Kth tho Kontlo kiss of nature's breath, WboW moloJy proclaims the morning's birth To whisper of the joy that follows death; While silently tho starlights disappear Beforo the splendor of the coming morn That thrills tho world with strange, ecstatic fear, As unto her a wondrous life is horn; For sec! as hurling darknes,- from the akios The sun appears in radiancy sublime? The Hosurroctiou to cnsymbolizi? While earth and heaven in exultant chlmo Peal forth in grand antiphonat accord Their anthem, "Hallelujah,praiso tho Lord!" ?Clifford Howard. ALBA. a siberian romance.' \\ QIBB SWIRL of suow from ^^*rA?\ 1 n 1 mountain-side <^JEkivH\ blinded the eyes of the -^?/wAw\ convicts, and they (f?JflJ^S??i wearily begged to be v?fciiaial allowed to rest, but /m&SIShBu "ere told roughly //wA-^^k?c?\ t0 ')U3M oa- lagged lB/--f?r?S\SL[i au^ worn, the poor uh/5^ J^Jl^v. womuni ,v',u bad left iff/^cBlfc? home and country to Hl ^ lollo...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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