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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 9 September 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS., Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Mr Jas McColgan, of Norton, is in town visiting friends. Miss janette Sn?th,of Bristol, is visiting Mrs. T. A. Lynch. Miss Stella Stras, of Uoanoke, is visiting friends and relatives in Tazewell. See the important change in advertise? ment of Ilarrisson A Gillespie Bros. The apple crop in Tarewell county is not heavy and the quality is rather poor. If you want serviceahle.com fortable shoe for men or boys you can find them in our store. Harman & Bottimore. How many of our subscribers will re Bpond to our call as did Brother Fowler? , From present indications we nie going 1 to have some hot weather in September. Send your job work to the Republican office. We will satisfy you both in style and prices. i A thorough Business course conducted by a competent instructor is what you get at Tazewell College. Misses Maggie Witten and Nellie Huf ford got back from Chatarn Hill on Mon? day aft...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 9 September 1897

rublished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., _iiY? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . S 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 30 Republican and K. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES fiirnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of The Repi'blican are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. The Republican is entered at the l'ost-o?iec at Taz;\vell, Virginia, as .second-class matter. IH^RSDAYljftPTEMBER 9, IS97. For House of Delegates: WILLIAM B. SPRATT. MISCONSTRUCTION! MISREPRESEN? TATION! The Bristol News in its issue of the :11st of August, published our editorial headed "No Convention/' which appeared in the Republican of the 24th. of August, and used it for the purpose of making a sneer? ing and malicious attack upon tiie Repub? licans of Tazewell county. In its eager desire to cast reproach upon the Repub? licans of this county the News has placed a construction up...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 9 September 1897

I ONE HOUR'S CHAT. |j I BY HELEN BEEKMAN. | TWO young men. were seated upon the wide porch of a seaside hotel chatting of things past and present, and finally glided into confidential in? terchange of experiences, unmindful of the fact that they were within ear? shot of un open window, whose close blinds were deceptive, inasmuch as they kept out sight, but admitted sound. One of the meu, Roy Somers, had lately returned from a three years' so? journ abroad, and had accidentally met at the dinner table his old college chum and dear friend, Robert Blake, a young lawyer rising in his profession. Of him I will say here that he was yet young, about 20 or 27, a good-locking, manly fellow, with a handsome income. Now let him speak for himself. Lying upon a wide lounge, just un? der the window of which I made men? tion, was a little figure hidden by an nfghan, but above this could be scca n face of delicate beauty, with child? like blue eyes, wistful and pathetic in expression, and loose cur...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 9 September 1897

A SCREW LOOSE. Knoxvitle Journal.} At the election held lost November, Virginia ca<3t 130,000 votes tor McKinley for President. A few days ago the Repub? lican State committee hold a meeting and decided not to call a convention to nomi? nate a candidate for governor. It was a good deal of responsibility for a State committee to take. It should at least have called a convention and have permittee! the Republican people of the State to fay whether or not they would name a ^tate ticket to be voted for at the November election. Such an organization as that should exercise very little influence with the .id ministration in regard to Virginia. It lacks backbone. Without backbone noth? ing can be won. The Republican? of Virginia should keep up their organization. Without it the party will deteriorate. An army that disbands to keep from lighting is likely to be charged with cowardice, li seems very much like a mistake for the Virginia Republicans to surrender before the battle has opened...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 16 September 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And Connty Reporters. Dr. T. E. Peery has pone to Pearisburg, Va., on professional business. We call attention to the change in the advertisement of Buston A Sons. We ask our correspondents to write us i items of news. It is news we want. Mrs. H. E. McWane.of Lynchburg, Va., is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. A. Ferguson. Mr. JetT Ward is now clerking for Har risson & Gillespie Bros., and seems to be perfectly at home. Miss MaymeMcColgan, of Norton, who J has been visiting Mrs. E. E. Workman, returned home Monday. Jno. E. Jackson, the druggist, left on Saturday afternoon for New York. He has gone there to buy goods. Pay your money and take your choice is the way you do about board" at Tazewell College?All the way from $0.50, (8.00 and $10.00. Mr. Hobt. L. Hopkins, of Tennessee, and Miss Vicie Rudd, of Thompson Valley, were married in Tazewell yesterday, Rev. W. W. Ruff officiating. Mr. D. A. Preston and fami...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 16 September 1897

The TazewellRepublican ftiblished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?vv? WILLIAM C. PENDLETOM, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one ycnr, cash in advance . . S 1 00 SubserlrJions on time. i 00 Republican nnd X. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES farnlfched on aj-].lica tioii. Correspondence solicited. ' The publishers of Tin: Kkithucax are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Com-i>on djnts. Thk Kepi bi.ican is entered at the Tost-olUcc at Tazewel), Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 115, IS97. For House of Delegates: WILLiAiT! B. SPRATT. ?TR NOMINEE F0T SENATE. The Republicans of this Sen: : irial district, in their convention held at Cedar BlutT last Friday, nominated Dr. Robert 0. Meade.of Russell county, as their candi? date for the State Senate. From what we have seen and heard of Dr. Meade the choice is a good one. He is a man of unu sually fine personal appearance, of st I ling integrity and considerable intelh dual for...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 16 September 1897

KEEPING STILL. Of all the men whom l admire There's not a one who mav aspire lo stand as high, and none who can. As does the truly "quiet man." If any being on the earth Gets credit far beyond his worth, That one can bo none other than This unobtrusive, "quiet man." No matter what's within his head His silence Is interpreted To be a sign that wisdom lies Behind his inexpressive eyes. tf so he drops a word or two, His friends will search 'em through and through To meanings deeper in Intent Than e'er the speaker thought or meant. If so by chance, he takes a stand, Assumes position of command, Surprised approval greets him then. And you shall hear from other men: "Some weighty reason lay behind An act so foreign to his kind." "When things go wrong his moveless state Is credited to scorn of fate. Bo softly to himself he swears; 'Tis thought he murmurs pious prayers. He's so misjudged his flaws at length Are twisted Into points of strength. T?oor humankind awaits command From all It does...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 16 September 1897

THE CUBANS' GREAT VICTORY. Spanish Battallion Routed And a Town Captured. Havana, via Key West, Sept. 10.?There is no question now about the fact that the whole province of Santiago de Cuba i.j controlled by the insurgents under Gen eral Calixto Garcia and General Jesu? Kabi,theSpanish troops being hemmed in the capital and .Mammilla. At Platano, near the town of Victoria de las Tunas, in that province, the Span? ish batallion under Cordoba has been ut? terly routed by the Cubans under General Peregnito Perez, acting under instructions from lien. Garcia. The battle was fought in a heavy rain, i:i spite of which it lasted several hours. The victory of the Cubans was so com? plete that they captured the Hag of the battallion, a large train convoyed by the Spaniards and nearly all the arms and ammunition of the battallion. The Span? ish soldiers Bed in disorder, throwing on the held their guns, bate, blankets and am? munition. The news of this battle and of the general failure to hohl ...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 23 September 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. The crowd which attended court on Tuesday was not as large as usual. A numbei of tine horses are already at i the fair grounds and more are coming. Foote & Johnson, of Wytheville, will have a fine exhibit of their splendid bug? gies, carriages and other vehicles at the Fair. Marvin Kelly has gone to Konncke Col? lege, Salem, Ve. and St. Clair Stuart bus gone to Va. Polytecliuic Institute,at Black? burg. The schcoV of the town are constantly adding to tlieir rolls of pupils, and the prospects are brighter for them than they have been for years. Mr. A. D. Witten, of Martinsville, Va., was in town Tuesday and Wednesday. He spent Tuesday night with his father, Hon. Jas. R. Witten, near Unaka. Number 11G was the lucky number that drew the tea set at Jackson's this month Mr. R. G. McCall got it. See the an? nouncement next week. Our daily paper will be sold on the fair grounds each day of ...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 23 September 1897

The Tazewell Republican fublished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., -TiY WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Kepubliean, one year, cash in advance . . $ 1 00 Bubscription? ou time. 1 50 Kcpublican and N. Y. Tribune, one year. . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of The Repiblicax are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. The Rkpi bucan is entered at the Post-office at Tazewell, Virginia, as secoud-class matter. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1S97. For House of Delegates: WILLIAM B. SPRATT. For State Senate: DR. ROBERT C. MEADE. A STRAINED INTERPRETATION. Since the action of the State Republican Committee in refusing to call a convention we have not hesitated to express our dis? approval of its course and question the motives that inspired its conduct. The committee has lost the confidence of the masses of the party and open revolt is threatened in response to the call of Col. Lamb. To ch...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 23 September 1897

WHEN LYDDY'S COME. I wish that I could go again To that old spelling: school, Where we had fun on winter nights, And helped to play the fooL 1 spelled believe Just like deceive, And dropped the b In thumb, ?Watching the door with anxious fear Lest Lyddy shouldn't come. When Lyddy, standing straight and trim, . Began her gum to chew, My heart went raging up and down, ; Worse than the wand'rlng Jew; 2 put a k in caraway, , : A double m in hum, ' y . j And Friday's I changed off for y, |a? All Just '-cause Lyddy'd come. Bill Rogers he was worse than I. I?K If such a thing could be; ^g,' [And I know once he spelled machine j] With s and double e; fit But let us get our letters set ?lAtjp^. Most anyway but plumb, nSBS Our side was always sure to beat jJ^J On nights when Lyddy'd come. tc? What prickles ran all down our back3, How still the room would grow, While master tried some word to find That Lyddy didn't know! Phthisic and schism, gneiss and chrism, Oh, whist we sat and mum, Tor the...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 23 September 1897

ROANOKE'S NEW SESSEION. In a long report of the opening exercises of the forty-fifth session of Roanoke Col? lege on the 15th instant, the Salem (Va) Times-Register, of the 17th, says: The at? tendance on the day was encouraging, indicating an increase over the enroll? ment of last session, and keeping up Koanoke's record for increasing patronage for some years. The new men are ni arly all entering the regular courses for grad? uation and the students as a whole would impress any one as a body of earnest, manly fellow who are at College for a pur? pose. As usual many Sates are repre? sented and the Cbickasaw Nation of the Indian Territory. From Korea there are three promising students?Kiu Beting Surh, of the Senior class, Hi Beung Pak, who entered last year, and Kin Sik Kim, a new man. Nebraska furnishes one student and Ohio, with all its colleges and university, sends four. North Carolina, with thirteen students, conies next to Virginia in nu? merical order. The local patronage is ...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 30 September 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN AMD ??llis. j Gathered in And Aronnd Town By Our' Resident And Connty R porters. Mrs. Geiger.? f Bluefield, is visiting Mrs. T. A. Lyncb. Tazewell is goi' A to Lave a new 6tore. They say it will b a Kacket store. Mr. Ben Spin 1 \ of Roanoke, is in town visiting relatives - id taking in the fair. XThere is very Li de sickness now in town, ami tiiose who eir sick are all doing well. Job work is pom ng into the Republican job office. Merit till tell. We do the work right. The indications ire that W. B. Spratt will have no opp tion for the House of Delegates. Miss Maggie Roberts, of Lynchburg Va., is visiting her ?is'-r, Mrs. A. A. Ferguson at Tazewell Colic ?. Hon. A. St. Cj< ir informs us that his son,who lias l>ee:i ery ill with typoid fever, is now convalesce it.. The Moss & C;;> ver building is rapidly approaching con: ietion, and will be a very handsome s; jcture. We are inform;. another general mer? chandise store v. ill be opened in town about the 1st ...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 30 September 1897

The TazewellRepnblic?n rublished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?vg? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. , SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . 3 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 60 Republican and X. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 23 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. x The publishers of Tiik Republican are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. The republican is entered at the Poat-Offlce at Tazewell, Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, IS97. For House of Delegates: WILLIAM B. SPRATT. For State Senate: DR. ROBERT C. MEAD HOW CAN HARMONY BE SECURED? The indications are that the convention of Republic ms called by Col. Lamb, to meet at Lynchburg on the 5th of Oct bcr, will be largely attended. A number of counties may not be represented, but liiere will be enough with delegations to make the convention a large gathering. The meeting may not be regular in char iter, but it will dem...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 30 September 1897

5 A FRONT?ER DUEL.? a BY MAJ. ALFRED R. CALHOUR. a THE plagues of the milling camps in the far west were the bullic3 and desperadoes who. ignoring honest Industry, lived by gambling- or even worse. ? i These fellows always go urmcd, carry themselves with a swagger and figura? tively drag their coat tails on the ground at all times in tbo hope tbat some one will give them an excuse to shoot. Fairplay is a very good name for a town or camp, and Fairplay, Col., is to? day a thriving, law-abiding place, but, like all western towns, it had to pass through all the stages of social evolu? tion from the absolute barbarity of its beginning to the high civilization of the present. There arc many men not yet beyond middle life who distinctly remember the first hut erected in Fajirplay, and who retain n vivid recollection of the first hotel, the Great Western, which wns composed of three rooms, one can? vas, one log and the other unplancd boards. Though this establishment claimed to furnish "ac...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 30 September 1897

WHAT WOULD BE A GOOD ROAD LAW? Daily Republican.) The road subject is not a new one, neither is it old, in the sense that old age weakens vitality. It is rather one of those ghosts "that will not down." The man who is strangled by the dust such days as these, may be pardoned if he forgets what it "has baeiv" and what it "will be*' again, when the rains and snows of winter are with us once more; But his forgetfulness is destined to be short-lived. Mud, clinging, filthy, un? fathomable mud, will soon swallow up in its hideous abysses the few loads of loose stone with which the road makei^') has blessed the highway. The deep cuts made by the heavy sum? mer rains, and yet untouched by the re? pairer, will soon be turned into almost impassable gulches, growing deeper day by day as each passing wheel goes "deep ei and deeper still." The solid locks, the wagon destroyers, the horse killers, the man torturers, that "corduroy"' our road will become more and more terrible as the ground soften...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 7 October 1897

6 VOL. VL TOWN ?ND GQUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Miss M. Beardsley can be fomul this week at the High School. Mr. Jno. E. Burson, a Bristol attorney, is in Tazewell oh professional business. Mr. I?. A. St. Clair is still visiting in Tazewell, an 1 |?.id our sanctum a pleasant call today. J. N. Barman and W. I. Boonc attended the Republican convention at Lynchburg on the 5th inst. On last M raday morning one hundred and fitty-one pupils answered to roll call at the High School. Linen writing tablets 5 cents, school tablets l cent, good note paper 12c lb., box paper 5c. at Jackson's. W. It. Young, chairman of the Repub? lican party in Tazewell county, publishes a I notice for speaking at October court. j Tobst & Wingo have received this week two lots of fresh chocolates and candies; J Tin y are delicious, we have tested them. Mr: Ben Baylor went to Marion on Monday to look after some business mat? ters, and returned to Tazewell on W...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 7 October 1897

Tie Taze well Republican rublished every Thursday at TAZE WELL, VA., ?w? WILLIAM G. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Kcpablicnn, one year, rash in advance . . $ 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1-60 ?epublitan and N. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of Tnic RirUBLICAX ire not re -??v).-. for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. The Rixcbijcan is entered at the Tost-office at Tazewell. Virginia, as second-class matter. For House of Delegates: WILLIAM EL SPRATT. For State Senate: DR. ROBERT C. MEADE. Till RSDAY, OCTOBER?, 1S97. FALSE ISSUES. If there is anything the Virginia Dem? ocracy is successful at it is coming before the people on false or dead iseues. Its State platform for this year and the speeches of its candidates for State offices disclose the fact that this campaign is to be made on questions that are essentially national in their character, that do not re? late to our interna...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 7 October 1897

AS THEY AHE. ??df-con9tItute<! Bases draw etranRe fancies from afar, And mock the man who sees and paints thlngB earthly as they are; They like to mount to airy heights on fan? cy's feathery wings, But scoff at those who tell stern truths of earth-lifes' common things; Perhaps they mount so high, that things so plain to people here, From dizzy elevations In distorted shapes appear. And yet we live In dally touch wlttj haggard things and poor, We see the lowly sphere In which men suf? fer and endure; The touch of poverty and pain the over? crop of Ills, The dissipation aiid distress which curses ere It kills; All these are near us every day, stern spectres of each hour, What wonder that some paint It all In words of pitying power? "We cannot always soar aloft 'mid sunsets' golden bars, Float with the eagles In ozone among the 1 silvery stars. Sail out on seas of crystal te the Islands of the blest. And bask In calms and tropic palms which glorify the west: Some must do daily where...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 7 October 1897

CLEAN FEED FOR HOGS. )An Adjustable Rack Which Accom? plishes Its Purpose. \ The, old notion that a hog- prefers to kvallow in the mire is a great mistake. fcThe hog prefers clean water and food [the same as any animal, but his style of petting it is at fault. This difficulty is [easily remedied by some such plan as [illustrated below, where an adjustable irack can bo fixed for any sized pig or thog so it cannot get into the feed ftrough. The trough is mode of two jdnch plank, one plank seven inches the )other nine inches, and instead of being jailed at right angles they aro 1 y2 inch i ADJUSTABLE HOG TROUGH. ]cs or so ciT the square. At each end, iafter the mala ends of the trough are mailed in place, another piece of plank, in, is nailed to it with a slot, cut in it for a 3xt-inch stantling, c, or a round straight pole four inches through. This Ipo'.e or scantling should have a hole I'ored in each end so a pin may slide [through it and the upright plank, a, to keep the pole, c, in...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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