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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 14 October 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Oar Resident And County Exporters. t he health of Ihe town is excellent. The chestnut i rdp is veiy light this sea? son, and the nuts arc very small. rain which began to fall on Monday morning was a m st welcome visitor. Mr. Charles Debord has been appointed pootmastef at Sword's Creek, Russell county. .Tiw. E. Jackson, the Druggist, makes an important change in his advertisement this week. Messrs. George and Herbert Dodd and S..:t! Kelly went to Bristol to see Buffalo Biti's Show. See the change in the advertisement Ol? li arri&son & Gillespie Bros. It pays to read their ads. We are informed that the Messrs Tyues are going to put up a store building on' their vacant lot ou Tazewell Avenue. W. D. Spratt, Esq., was in town Mon? day and did not look much like he was j alarmed at the candidacy of Mr. Smith j The Tazewell Millinery Company makes a change in its advertisement this week to which we invit...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 14 October 1897

rub?ehtd every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?ay? WILLIAM G. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Eepublican, one year, cash iu advance . . ? 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 50 Republican and N. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATE? " -ii?b.ed ou appllca U?h. Correspondence tolicited. The publishers of The Ref?bucah are not re ipeailble fer opinions expressed by Correspon? dent*. Txi Repcklicam is entered at the Post-oflce at Tazewell, Virginia, as second-class matter. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor: P. H. M'CAI'LL, of Culpeper County. For Lieutenant-Governor: O. B. ROLLER, of Rockingham County. For Attorney-General: JAMES LYONS, of Richmond city. For State Senate (Third District): R. C. MEADE, of Russell County. For House of Delegates: WILLIAM B. SPRATT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1897. HOW WE ARE MISGOVERNED. Says the Richmond Times: "We find the following in the Washington Poet of yesterday: " 'Canada '8 the place where your cash balance goes a good bit further than i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 14 October 1897

THE PICTURE THAT WE TOOK. We posed her there upon the lawn Beside heY high-backed chair. The morning sunlight beaming- on The wavelets of her hair: She claapefl her doHy to her breast, And we, combining, tricked Her ln'to still mas Then I pressed The button till tt cMcked. Dear Ood, what changes time can bring!' Sometimes now, unawares, 1 find myself half listening To hear her on the stairs; And when I chance upon heir Soli, Or on her brownie men, I almost think if I should call She'd toddle back again. And whon through mists 1 look upon The little picture we Took of her that day on the lawn She seems once mono with mo; Once more as in tfhose other days The sun gleams on her hau-, . And with her rubber doll she plays Beside her high-backed chair. Ir. Parts, Flor?nee, Naples, Rome. Ar? r.oblc Wi ks of art. And famed collections here at home I'plift a v..I th: ill the heart. But I ahall ev( r value best (Though critics' views conflict). That picture mi de the day I pressed The button ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 14 October 1897

A VOICE FROM PUlASKI. A Few Figures, Deductions Therefrom, and Suggestions for a Remedy. As the Fall elections of 1S97 are ap? proaching it may be interesting to mem? bers of all political parties alike.to exam? ine for a moment the returns of Pulaski county in the elections of 1896, as reported in the Pulaski News Review of November ?, ISSfi, and verified and corrected by the writer from the official records which are given in full below. The returns from most of the precincts in the county are rather uninteresting ex? cept as data upon which to base forecasts for the elections this Fall, but the returns from Newbern preciuctin :saiJ county in? dicate a startling state of affairs iu that un? fortunate precinct which is, to say the least, so extraordinary and astonishing that it ought not to be longer kept from the world. The correct returns from the whole county are as follows: TABLE "A." ? rreclncts 5 gllfsSJ ?> ? ? Newborn 92 60 198 184 93 21 2;>6 Uiinnonv 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 21 October 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN ADO COUNTY NEWS, Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Squire P. P.Lillou was in Tazewell Tues? day. _ The Editor left last Saturday for Marion, where he lias gone on business. Mr. J. \V. Weiuberger, with A. Good? man, of Pocahontas, is in town. The rain which fcllJisre las*? Tuesday, was badly needed^. And was welcomed by all. W. B. Spratt, Republicnn-*oninee for House of Delegates, was ha town on couri. day. Mr. E. Goodman, of the linn of Laza? rus vv Co., Pocahontas, has been here this Week. Doth sides were disappointed court day as to public speaking. ^>'o speakers eanu. H. \V. Steele and family will go to Ce? dar 1'dull" to visit homefolks and relatives tomorrow. .Miss Nettie Witten left yesterday for Panther, W. Va., to visit -he*- sister, Mrs. W. G. Krol. Capt. W. (.1. Mustard returned from Eland Co. Monday, where he has been for the past week."*** A number of horses, buggies, carts, etc., belonging to Dr. James OvKeeffe,we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 21 October 1897

f ublisheel every Thursday at TAZEWELL, va., WILLIAM C. PENDLETON. Editor and Proprietor. 81 BSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance .. f 1 00 Sutisr-ri;'lions (>n time. 1 iO Republican anil X. Y. Tribune, one year. . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on appliea tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of The Keitbi.ican arc not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Coircspou dents. TBS RkftbucaN is entered at the IVstofttce ot TazeweM, Virginia, as second-cUss mutter. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor: P. II. M'CA I'LL, of Culpeper County, For Lieatermnt-( iovernor: 0.15. ROLLER, of Rockingham County. For Attorney-General: JAM ES LYONS, of Richmond city. For Stale Senate (Third District): R. C. 91EADE, of RusseU County. For House of Delegates: WILLIAM B. SPRATT. thursday, october 21, 1s97. YOU CAN VOTE FOR r? CAULL. The State Executive Committee of the Biwden-Braly faction has met and sends forth an address to the voters of the State, telling what the Sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 21 October 1897

I Hiver Days Before the liter. | MCPKELL, the chief of MurreH's gang, took pattern after .Mike link. Sam Gritty act! "Co!. Plug," and his depredations were as terrible and far-reaching as any of the pioneers of his profession. Mark Twain, in his "Life on the Mis? sissippi," calls Murrell a wholesale ras? cal to distinguish him from Jesse James' retail rascally deeds. "What are James and his half dozen vulgar rascals com? pared with this stately old criminal, with his sermons, his meditated insur? rections, and wary captures, and his majestic following of 1,0C0 men, sworn to do his evil will." Murrell seems to have been a most dexterous, as well as a consummate villain. When he traveled his disguise was that of an itinerant preacher, and it is said that his discourses were very scul-stirring and so interesting to hearers that they forgot to look after their horses, which were carried away by his confederates while he was preaching. But Murrell's most lucra? tive occupation was steali...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 21 October 1897

TOUCHING TALE OF A TENANT. With pride the agent told me) as we talked about the flat. That children were prohibited?I might make sure of that. Tho wail3 of frt'tful babies and the yells of husky boys, Tho screaming of the children that, we know, alas! annoys; Tho stamping and the romping and the sounds of youthful strife Would have no placo whatever In tho lucky tenant's life. I closed tho deal right Joyfully, and felt '? I had a prize, Vor I was sick of children, with their shouts and lusty cries. I longed for peaceful slumber when I went to bed at night; I longed for quiet ev'n!ngs% for I felt they were my right; I wished those calm surroundings that, as ev'rybody knows. Must ever be essential to life of true re? pose. I'm sitting in that quiet flat while writing these few lines, And just across tho hall I hear a poccile's plaintive whines; Two more join In at Intervals, while from the yard below A larger dog is barking at Imaginary foe; A parrot calls for crackers and a noisy moc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 28 October 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Mr; J. C. Hayter,*bf Abingdon., was in town the first of the week. Mr. J. Sheffey Pendleton, of Marion. Va., is iii Tazewell on business. A number of invited guests enjoyed a pleasant evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Alexander Monday. Mr. Jo?. A. Crockett and bride left on last Friday afternoon for Washington and other points of interest in the east. A great many of our subscribers are be? hind on their subscription accounts. We need the money and it must be paid. .Mrs. Hattie Hann er and Mrs." Crockett Davidson, of Bluefield W. Va., were visit? ing friends in town the first of the week. W. W. Moore & Co. have completed the metal roof on the Moss & Greever building. It is a very large and splendid roof. For some reason the communication of our Ceder Bluff correspondent did not reach us last week until after our paper had been printed. M. V. L Boone has mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 28 October 1897

The Tazewell Republican f ublished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., -ViY WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. , "SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year. e:u-h In advance . . S 1 oo Subscriptions on time. 1M Republican and X. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 '?> ADVERTISING K.\TE> furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of The Kkitbmcan are not re? sponsible for opinion* expressed by Coirespon dents. The Sxtoblicau is entered at the I'ost-o?iec at Tazewell, Virginia, as second-class mutter. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor: I'. II. MVA I'LL, ofCnlpeper County. For Lieutenant-Governor: 0. B. ROLLER, of Rockingham County. For Attorney-General: JAMES LYONS, of Richmond city. For State Senate (Third District): R. C. MEADE, of Russell County. For House of Delegates: WILLIAM B. SPRATT. TlIl'RSDAY, OCTOBER 2S, lSi>7. THE TRADER. U.E. McCoy, the Republican district chairman of the 9th Congressional district, has sold out bag and bagg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 28 October 1897

BE NOT DISMAYED. Bo live that when Death comes to thee. O friend, His hand upon thy door may not af? fright; That whether oomes he In the starless night. At dawn, or noon, grim fear shall not at? tend Upon his kindly step; his touch will be God's sign and seal to set thy spirit free. Bpeech hath he none, and veiled the face he wears; Yet known to all the silent, unseen guest. And to each soul the Import of the quest Me makes wherever life her flame-torch bears. Unheard he comes, for peace hath shod bis feet; Thou'lt in his breast her joys supernal meet. No beggar he; yet none may disallow His attitude of waiting for the gift He claims?and takee! To win the soul's last shrift Shrink not. O friend, though on thy fevered brow His kiss falls chill; life's subtlest secret knows The corn of wheat beneath the winter's snows. What though the windows of the soul grow dim Within the shadow of the presence dread? Beneath the shade of Plsgah's height are spread Fair Canaan's plains, and Jordan'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 28 October 1897

PLUNGED IN THE RIVER. Twenty-Eight People Killed on the New York Central. Garrison's, N. Y., Oct. 25.?A N?w York Ceutral railroad train plunged into the Hudson river three rnilee south of Garrison's just before daybreak yesterday morning and twenty-eight persons were killed. This village ts a summer resort, in Put? nam county, fifty miles north of New York city. It is opposite West Point. There was nothing to presage the acci? dent which so suddenly deprived the twenty-eight unfortunates of life. The train left Buffalo Saturday night. It had progressed nearly nine-tenths of the dis? tance towards its destination, and the first Btreaks of dawn were appearing when the locomotive plunged into the muddy depths of the river. Neither the engineman* nor the fireman will ever tell the story of that terrible mo? ment, for, with bis hand upon the throt? tle, the engineman plunged to the river bottom and the fireman, too, met death at his post. Behind them came an ex? press car, a combination ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 4 November 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN AM COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Oar Resident And County Reporters. The work of laying the pipes for the new water supply for the town is progressing slowly. We have held our paper back a day, so as to give our readers a9 much election news as possible. Prof. George Frederick Willliam Holmes died at the University of Virginia on yes? terday, Thursday. The Musical nfteting of the Epworth League will held next Tuesday night week j at ther esidence of Dr. T. G. Witten. Miss Ossie Bane and Miss Shelton, of Giles county, are visiting at the home of Mr. W. G. Mustard, near Wittens Mill. Mr. S. Cohen, of Pocahontas, adver? tises a valuable building in that city for sale. See advertisement in another col? umn. Mr. John Hurt, of Rosedale, Russell county, called at our office on last Friday and paid two years subscription for the Republican. Mr. R. T. Hopkins, of Norton, brother in-law of Mr. E. E. Workman, was in town Sunday and Monday as a guest of | Mr. Workman....

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

rubliah.ed every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ??y? WILLIAM.C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . $ 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 CO Republican and M. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furobhed on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. Tbe publishers of The Republican are not re onsible for opinions expressed by Correspou ats. The Republican is entered at the Post-office at Tazewell, Virginia, as second-class natter. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1897. A CAMPAIGN OF DISORGANIZATION. So far as the Republican party was con? cerned the recent campaign in Virginia was one of party disorgan ization. Party leaders usually try to succeed by success, but the Republican leaders in the State adopted at the outset another plan, which was to secure Buccess (for themselves) by defeat. The State committee was so eager to retain power that it disregarded the wishes of the people, refused to call a State convention and lowered the party fl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 4 November 1897

THE LITTLE ONE AWAY. World ain't like it used to be?colder skies la May; Bummer ain't so sweet to me. The llttlo one's away! Wish the birds a-slnglng could reach the ones that roam; Wish the sweet bells ringing could ring my darling home! Bit here In the sunshine, solemn-like, and see Morning glories peeping In where once sho used to be; They loved her little Window? with the blossoms and the lights; Gave her glad good mornings, kissed her sweet good nights. Sit here In the darkness when no winds the maples stir. And hear the silence singing a sad, sweet song of her; I know the lilies dream of her, with her the roses roam. And sunflowers shine like stars of gold and lean to light her home. World ain't what It used to be?skies are cold and gray; Summer ain't as sweet to me. The little one's away! Wish the sweet birds singing could reach the ones that roam; Wish the glad bells rlngiag could ring my darling home! ?F. L. Stanton, in Atlanta Constitution. I THE VICAR'S ... I I MAY MEETIN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 4 November 1897

SCHOOL AND CHURCH. ?There is to be a lawsuit In France in regard to two different translations of Hardy's Teas. For books which need advertising*? as Tess certainly does not ?lawsuits might be as profitable as di? vorces and lost diamonds to a certain caliber of actresses. ?A number of.well-known clergymen and others interested in religious work, attended a conference in Pilgrim haU, 'Boston, recently, for the purpose of considering the best means of enlarging and carrying forward the work among the Chinese of Boston and vicinity. ?The tide of immigration is at the lowest point since the general govern? ment assumed'jurisdictlon of the sub? ject, in 1882. The number of arrivals from all countries during the last fis? cal year, according to treasury statis? tics, was 230,832, a decrease, as com-, inwtred with the previous year, of 112,435. ?Steps are being taken by the man? agers of the Freedman's Aid Society of the Methodist church to group the ed? ucational institutions in Nashvill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 11 November 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Ooi Resident And County Reporters. C Hon. Henry Bowen is in Washington. Mr?. W. N. Surface is visiting relatives in Russell county. Capt. R. T. Bowen, of the N.& W. Rail? way was in town on Monday. Came is scarce, but the hunters are very abundant in this community. Harrisson & Gillespie Bros, make a change in thsir advertisement this week. Mr. James D. Harrisson, of Liberty Hill, was in town on Monday and Tuesday The New York Racket Store offers special bargains for next Tuesday, court day. A nice line of bulbs such as Hyacinth, Chinese Lilly, Easter Lilly, Narcissus, Jon? quils, at Pobst & Wingo. Some of the farmers are complaining that their hogs do not eat and fatten well this season. Col. John Dailey was in town yesterday, and says he is ready to go at the Bryanites again. We will exchange clothing for corn and pork at highest market prices. HaRMAX & bottimork. Miss Net...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 11 November 1897

Tazewell Republican ruMished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?UY? ^1 L L I AM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. ablican, one year, cash in advance . . S 1 00 criptlons on time. 1 i 0 ablican and K. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 pVERTBIXG RATHS furnished on applicn Corre8pondeuce solicited. 5 publishers of The Republican are not re ?blc for opiulons expressed by Correspon ib Republican is entered at the Post-office at bwei!, Virginia, as second-class matter. HBUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 11,1897. A PAIR OF THEM. ist before the recent -election, H. E. >y and It. A. Anderson, the latter Stor of the Marion News, made an as vilt upon the editor of the Republican {trough the columns of the Bristol News. ir attack was responsive to an exposure ^adu by this paper of the disgraceful deal tween McCoy and the "Watermelon" n '.i?n of the Democratic party. We have uiteduntil the smoke of battle has cleared |n\ay to reply to the profane-mouthed aksterand his truculent parasite. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 11 November 1897

Ii THE DEACON'S .\ ? ^-DONATION. I - z i | BY MARY E. MITCHELL, $ TUE miuister met the deacon just as the latter was opening his small ?white gate. "Well, Brother Farnham," the min? ister exclaimed, seizing his hund, "I am glad to see you! My heart has been full of surprise and gratitude all day. It's a blessed thingyou've done,deacon, ? blessed thing; and }-our reward will be a rich one, 1 am sure." The deacon looked dazed. "1 don't take in your meaning. Mr. Ladd," he said, rescuing an unwilling hand from the minister's embarrassing grasp. '"Oh, now, deacon," went on Mr. Ladd, bis ardor in nowise dampened. "You needn't pretend you don't know what I mean. You can't hide a good deed like this; its light will shine. Everybody knows it by this time, and, best of all, the Lord knows it, deacon, and He'll bless 3*ou. I just wanted'to get in my personal thanks. Don't say a word," nnd the ministre was off before the un? comprehending deacon could gather his scattered wits. ?'By gutn!"he ej...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 11 November 1897

From fast page. (word* are those of a sage. I know hether you have read Socrates or but thia I know?that there is ha [discourses a majestic simplicity that [tea you far above those philosophers. Emperor is informed of it, and I, his Ible representative in this community, flad of having allowed you that liberty pich you are so worthy.' ^However, I must not conceal from j the fact that your discourses have up against you powerful and invet enemies. Neither is this surprising, it es had his enemies, and he fell a vie ' to their hatred. Yours are doubly in against you on account of your igs, and against me on account of the ty extended toward you. They even ee me of being indirectly leagued with for the purpose of depriving the He fws of the little civil power which Rome left tbem. My request?I do not say order?is that you be more circum in the future and more tender in musing the pride of your enemies, lest jey raise against you the stupid populace compel me to employ the instruments "...

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