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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 11 February 1897

VOL. VI. Town and County News Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. STRAS MEMORIAL EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services. - . nn 1 rhird Sundays of the month at 11 a. in- and 7:30 p. in. Holy Communion?First Sunday at 11 a. m. I Sin;,lay school every Sunday at 9:30 a. m. A hearty welcome is extended to all. Rsv. W. I). Buckner, Pastor. lion. W. G. Mustard was in town Mon? day. Mr. J. P.. Boyer is at home again for a few days. Mr. George Peery went to Graham on Tuesday. A number of drummers were in town tiiis week. Col. Joseph Harrisson is on a visit to Washington City. Rumor says that there will bea wedding in town very soon. The editor has gone to Marion, and will be away for several days. There is a new arrival at the home Mr. C. T. Patton ?A fine boy. Mr. T. .M Eatliff, who was quite ill las week, lias gotten well again. Mrs. Elizabeth Yost, who has been so seriously 01, is now convalescent. Mr. F. P. Edwards has been very ill with pneumonia, but is now improving...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 11 February 1897

1 every Thursday at AZEWKIJ,, VA., WILLIAM C. PENDLET ON , Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republic**.!, one year, cash in advance . . % 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 50 Republican and X. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 L5 ? ADVERTISING RATES ftirnNhed on applica? tion. Corrcsin)nden?k; solicited. The publishers of Tux Republican are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. The Rxpoblu an is entered at the Post-office at Taxe well, Virginia, us second-class mutter. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1897. SELF-SUSTAINING. The more nearly a family, community or nation is self-sustaining the more inde? pendent and happy they will In-. No sub? stantial prosperity will be found where more is expended than is earned, while the community which earns more than it spends is always found in a Found finan? cial condition. No country on earth pos? sesses more fully the essential requisites for being self-sustaining than Tazewell county. It iias an industrious and intelli? gent populat...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 11 February 1897

Hoitk Ree THE "SIMPLE" MAN. - I t*. used to eooia so sad to see tho children] gather round With him a-playlnp marbles?kneeling*' ! with them on the ground; Ltut when their tops wore spinning and you hcttrd their arrows whiz. Ko voice the youngsters' was at hnnivl'ko as h!s? ' } Net one of all tho boys there could a bet t - whistle muko thru: ? deftly fashioned by Old ? ;?? nd wrinkled, lolllnjr be summer day, . Ha v- Jolly when he Joined v ; i heir play; olver's "ehlneys"?which ho ante Stono; ** it with Charlie Parker for a bnr! ' ; his own; Ai and stature, but ahoy at ill. ild fhako .'ustlco of Old Jud Drake, tea I wonder If it wasn't rnM so little In tho matters smooth and placid, freighted Midieh joys ? m fh? ? championship of vii '.'-In r.nd boys: And T. : ? his marble*?oven now X istr.ko A s: althy, wistful glance back to Old Jud . . in the churchyard, where tho . summer smiled, ? he winders hand In hand with some sweet child, / e younger nngels gather with him tlarough the day...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 11 February 1897

.WMr.-.'.-.VUVWW-.-. JX-.r.-.--.-,-.-.-L--^?. WARM FOOD FOR HENS. /Bow to Build a Good Stationary Bollor at Small Expense. I Eggs are made out of the food hens ieat On the composition and quality of that food depends the health of the hens ?and the number of eggs they will lay. ? A wonderful helper in mixing and preparing hen food is a good stationary or portablo boiler. The illustrations here given show the construction of a furnace- for out-of-door use. Tig. J?is the. completed structure with terra cot FIG. 1. ,ta chimney and sheet iron roof. There should bo a sheet iron door or shut? ters inclosing the front It is always advisable as a matter of economy to have a wooden lid to cover the boiler. Fig. 2 shows how to set the boiler and construct the flue. An open flue (C,C) is left all around the boiler (A), except at one side of the chimney. Ilere the wall is built up solid against the boiler. FIG. 2. An opening is left from the fire box (13) so that the heat and 6moko will enter t...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 18 February 1897

VOL. VI. Town and County News Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. STRAS MEMORIAL EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services. First ami Third Sundays of the month at 11 a. m. and 7:?U p. in. Holy Communion?First Sunday at 11 a. in. Sunday M-hoof every Sunday at 9:30 a. in. A hearty welcome is extended to all. Rev. VV. D. Bucknkr, Pastor. Mr. Walter Sanders, of Graham,Ya.,was in town Wednesday. Mrs. 11. C.Alderson lias been very much indisposed for the past few days. County Treasurer Root K. GUlfspie, of Pounding Mill, was in town this week. Miss uattie Surface, who lias been quite ill for several days, is now convalescent. Conductor R. T. Bowen, of Bluefield, speut Sunday iast at home, this place. Col. Joe Harrissen returned last i Friday *rom a ten days' trip to Washington City. Mr. E. Goodman, of the firm of L Lazarus *v Co., of Pocahontas, was in town tliis week. Miss Janic Dinwiddie.lof Lebanon, Rus? sell county, is in town, visiting Miss Nettie Witten. Mr. F. P. Lo...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 18 February 1897

ell Republican '?hed every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?TO WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . S 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 50 Kcpubliean ami N. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES, furnished on ?ppllca tlou. Corrcsimntlonce solicited. The publishers of Thk RSFUBUCAM are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dent*. Tiik Republican is entered at the Post-oflice at Tazcwell, Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1897. THE NEW TARIFF BILL. The new tariff bill which is now l>eing framed by the Ways and Means Commit? tee is rapidly reaching a stage of comple? tion. It will certainly be ready before the extra session of Congress is called by President-elect McKinley, which will be about the middle of March. Prom what we can learn, the new tariff meas? ure will be thoroughly protective but at the same time conservative and eatisfac ' tory. The object of the Republican mem? ...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 18 February 1897

HOME READING. HIS C??E. By * T. tOBWOOHBi It woe Jl o'clock one Sunday evening Jji the office of the Morning Chronicle, and most of tho reporters had returned from covering-, their evening assign? ments. The religious editor was seat? ed at his desk cutting down the manu? script of an eminent divine, swearing glibly here and there when some para? graph or other failed to yield itself easily to his mnnipulartion9. The re? porters that had finished writing tlhoir copy discussed, with their feet on the tables and with their pipes in then'r mouths, such topics as were suggested ?viuiously to their attention. The Ikvu-so r-.ittlo of tho copy-box sounded nt intervals as the local copy was start? ed on its perilous journey through rfre hands of tho night editor to the com? posing-room. The steady clicking of the Instrument on t(he associated wire made a monotonous Overtone to the. low hum of tho reporter's voices and the irivirulux imprecations of the reli? gious editor. Tho bell from tho ...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 18 February 1897

ROOT-GRAFTING APPLES. How to Fcr.orm the Operatlou and How to Plant the Grafts. The common apple. Is grown almost ' entirely by what is termed root-graft? ing, although it may be grown by bud? ding nnd cleft-grafting. Boot-graft lug is done during winter as fol? lows: Seedlings which are dug in autumn, end packed in moss or sawdust in a cold cellar, are taken as needed to a warm room and the scions grafted upor. them jubt below (he collar; that is, the place \vhei? the root and the top are joined. Tho kind of graft made is here illus? trated, showing the successive stages of the work. A shows a seedling apple root with top removed, which is to be cut off and grafted at the cross-line; U shows scion; C, scion and stock com? pared for being united, but with the cut held open. This cut is made by the .knife blade, and no wood is removed from it. D, ?ie same united; E, tho u- icnx wrapped w ith a strip of paper --'or cloth, which has previously been covered with grafting wax. Some pre f...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 25 February 1897

VOL. VI. Town and ooyniy News Gathered in And Aroanil Town By Our Resio'ent And County Reporter?. Buston &Sons have opened up tliier im? mense stock of garden and flower seeds. Call early. Mr. \ ass u" Brooks, ot Thompson Valley, who has been very ill with pneumonia, is though; !j be out of danger. lue I? avy rains have cleaned the town streets of mud, and to that extent have been useful. Rev. J. X. Liarman has resumed the practice ilaw, and baa opened an office on the second floor o:' the Masonic building. Use Baliards OU-lir-k Baking Powder, 25 cts. per 11). can, ii is -rood. Buston & Sons, Ayls. 2. t. The streams in tins vicinity were said to be higher Sunday and Monday than they have bc<.:i for many years before. To save trouble and expense you had better Bettle with Harrisson, Surface & Co at once. 1 The impurities in ti?_r blood which cause 1 scrofulous eruptions arc thoroughly eradicated by Uood's Sarsaparilla. Try it. < Mis. Calvin Moore, wife of the postma...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 25 February 1897

. ? The Taze well Republican ^^^^fcjPublished every Thursday at WM ?w? PmLIAM C. PENDLETON, iff Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . 8 t oo Sofcscrip lions on lime. 1 30 Republican and X. y. Tribune, one year. . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES tarnished on applica? tion. Oorrespondcnca solicited. Tbc publishers of The Ueitki.ican arc not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. Tub Republican is entered at the Post-office at Tazewell, Virginia, as seeoud-clasi nuu'.er. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1S97. ECONOMY AT HOME. '?Haul times" fur a great many men and their families are the result of a. lack of proper economy at home. When a person or a family expends more than they earn hard times and bankruptcy are certain to ensue. When the earnings ex? ceed the expenditures prosperity naturally follows. Since the war our people have become more reckless and extravagant in their expenditures. A number of things that we formerly regarded as luxur...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 25 February 1897

HOME READING. ' THE COZIEST TIME. Oh. U?e five-oclock chime brings the cosi? est time That Is found In the whole of the day, ?When Larry and Qua and the others of us Come In from our study or play; When wo push the big chair to the hearth over there, And pile the wood higher and higher, And we make her a space In the very best place? And mother sits down by the fire. Thore's a great deal to say at the close of the day. And so much to talk over with mother; There's a comical sight tr a horrible plight. Or a ball game, or something or other; And she ll lau^h with 1-urry. and sigh with Hairy, And smile to our heart's desire At a triumph won or a task well done? When sitting down there by tho fire. Then little she'll care for the clothes that we tear, Or the havoc we make on her larder; For the toll and tho strife of our overy day life She witl love us a little bit harder; Then our lady she Is. and her knights w? would be, And her trust doughty deeds will In? spire; For we long then ane...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 25 February 1897

WORKING THE ROADS. Farmers Can Well ACorO to Devote The Time to Thla Task. Much, has been said und w ritten about country roads ami the proper way to construct them to insure g.xxl ones the year round. But much of it applies only where gravel or crushed stone can be obtained with which to make a road bed unaffected by rains and standing water. In many sections of the coun? try gravel can be had by hauling it from creek and river beds, and where it can bo so obtained or purchased at a low figure the best possible use of time and money is in securing and spread? ing this upon a read beil previously graded into the proper form. If the gravel is dumped upon a perfectly flat surface it becomes mixed with the soil during wet weather and soon is lost. The first thing to be done is to grade the road. The graveling or macadamiz? ing can then be done at leisure. Tin upper illustration shows the best form of the road. The dirt from the ditches at the sides is carried to the middle and left in ...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 4 March 1897

VOL. VI. Town and County News Gathered >n And Arcund Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. People are beginning to plow their gar? dens and get i eady for the vegetable season. A bridge is badly needed over the town branch at the west end of town. The weather was warm enough on Tues? day afternoon to bring out the honey bees. Use BaUards Obelisk Baking Powder. 25 ets. per lb. can, it is good, tinston & Sons, Agts. 2. t. Mr. K. Goodman, of the firm of Lazarus & Co., at Pocahontas, was in town Tues? day. The high prices demanded by owners of building lots at this place will tend to re? tard the growth of the town. Majj, R. R. Henry is at Lebanon attend, ing Russell circuit court, which is now in session. Tiiis has been a fine season for making maple sugar, and a good deal is now being brought to oar market. The wheat fields in Tazewell county are lookir.g unusually weil for this season of the year. Do not allow your system to get weak and debilitated. It is easy to kee...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 4 March 1897

ed every Thursday at TAZKWELL, VA., ?uy? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. " subscriptions. Republican, one year, casb in advance ..si 00 Subscription* on lime. 1 50 BopdUIcan and X. Y. Tribune, ouc year, . l 26 ADVERTISING KATES furnished ou ?i>i>!icu lion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of Tu^ ickstemcas arc not re ?pensible R?r opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. tax Km . ai v an is entered at the Port office a Tftzewell, Virginia, as?econd-?la? mutter. THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 1897. CUR RELATIONS WITH CUBA. Then can be no question that the sym? pathy of the great mass of the American p.ople is with the.Buffering Cuban patriots. I? would be unnatural if the people of the United Slate, whoso forefathers fought for and. seemed, their liberty, jurt as the Cubans are now trying to do, should have any toleration for the cruel efforts of the Spanish government to hold Cuba in sub? jection. Our people, in public meetings, through the press and by the introductio...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 4 March 1897

HOME READING. CMS MORE SWEET SOUL. One n:oro sweet soul Has lent Its sweetness to the great un Known, They missed ita beauty there, perchance, and called. And we were loft alone, _No happy voice? AO tender voice and doubly tciidereyes xio heart that loved to pour its loving out in oa^er services! No mated soul To bid Ufa's welling Joys to overbrim. Or steal the bittern es ; away from grief >\ hene'tr our eyes grow dim! So much of love Has passed forevor with this passing breath! Our tender woi la must He unspoken now; There is ao bridge- for death. Nor he, l.or wo Cur. ever tn this voiceless silence o'er? Nor utm< ; : vc or longing slvo or take its loving answer more. No sr.i?e comes !:iek? The ol.i well! >\ ingand we'.l-loved reply? For any smlh of ours, or touch, or toiie. Or tender ministry* One Unit the less Now bin Is to the world we call our own, I One lo\ . lore has rendered dear to us The gro.:t unknown. ?Mildred McNeal, in Ohio Fanner. [THE PICKETS. DY ROUBBT W. CH...

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

HANDY CARRYING RACK. fcnttablo for Conveying .'rom One to Nine Sheep or Calves. ! A rack for conveying sheep, calves, pigs or poultry to uny desired place is something which every farmer needs more or less. I herewith send u draw? ing of what I term "a handy conveying rack," suitable for carrying one to three sheep or calves, according to size. It is easily and quickly made of any kind of Boft wood. Mine is of basswood two feet wide, tour feet long, three feet high, corner posts of hardwood 2x2; bottom and top frame boards six inches CARRYING RACK. wide, three-fourths inch thick, nailed to posts. There are two floors, or decks, aud the roof is composed of material half an inch thick. Slats 2yi inches ?wide. A strip 1x6 inches, four inches long, is nailed lengthwise in the center flush wdtb the inside of the bottom ooards to strengthen the bottom floor. Both floors ore set in loose, so ? hey can be removed if necessary. Th<? two floors arc convenient for dividing poultry to preven...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 11 March 1897

VOL. VI. Town and County News Gathered in And Arcund Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Have any Bteps been taken to increase the water supply of the town'.' The east en i of the Doeld Hotel property will be repaired ami rented for a dwelling. Miss t Hette liartnan has gone to Liberty Hill on a visit to her uncle, Mr. J. D. Harrisson. The wheat fields? in Tazewell County novev looked more promising than they do this season. Mr. Will liayes, of Rich Valley, Smyth County, is in town, the guest of his uncle, Dr. R. 1). Hufiord. Mi.- Nellie Hufford, who lias been visit? ing relativeslat Charlottsville. Va. returned home on yesterday. We have a first-class Prune at G]c per pound. Buston & Sons. What's the matter with the matrimonial market in this town? It is about time the deadlock was broken. Mr. T. A. Gillespie, of Cedar Bluff, was in town Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Gillespie. When you ex ilic to town to attend court next week be certain to call and ...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 11 March 1897

rublished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Rcpablican, one year, cash in advance . . s l oo Botacriptioason time. 150 Republican and N. V. Tribune, one year, . l ir> ADVERTISING RATES fttrnbhed <>n applica? tion, correspondence solicited. The publishers of Tire Rktcbucas nre not re? sponsible ior opinions expressed by Correspon dents. The Rktubucas i" entered at the Post-office a Tazcwell, Virginia, ?- sccond-dast matter. THURSDAY, MARCH 4, .1S97. WHO IS TO BLAME. Tlio readies! men to admit or charge that the last administration of Mr Cleve? land was a failure are the Democrats who nominated and elected him President Is he to blame or is the party which elected him responsible for the failure? Mr. Cleveland, in a dignified way, would place the responsibility upon the leaders of Democracy, who, by diverse views on all important National questions, produced confusion and consequently unsuccess. Upon the other hand hi...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 11 March 1897

President McKinley's inaugural Address. Continued/row paffe .'? AN EXTRA -l>siON. It has been the uniform practice of each President t > avoid, as far as 1 ossiblc, the convening of Congress in extraordinary sessson. f! is an example which, under Ordinary I tance? and in the absence of a public ? ? - } s to be commended. But a fliilur. to lonvenethe, representatives of tlie peoj ti Congress in extra session, when it inv lives neglect of a public duty, places the responsibility of such neglect upon the K; live himself. The condi tion : ll treasury, as has been in? dicate I, nds the immediate consider ati.-n ? ' - ' U alor.o has the power toprovid* revenues for the government. N : conv :nc i( under such circumstan? ces, 1 ? vicv in no other light than the ni ,:. i of a plain duty. I do not sympathize with the sentiment th;:t Congr in session is dangerous to our general business interests, its members nrethi agents <{ the people, ami their pre ei ? tl the seat ol government in...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 11 March 1897

WAGON-BOX LIFTER. A Simple Device That Saves Lots of Back? ache and Temper. Below is a description, with cuts, of a wagon-box lifter that we have had in use for ten years. In that time it lias paid for itself several times over in the saving of backaches and temper. I think Figs. 1 and 2 will make its con ?truetion plain. Fig. 1 shows the frame, or a portion of it, of the wagou shed and corn crib, with apparatus in place, and the wagon-box lifted part way. Fig. 2 shows the roller and drum, with ropes in place, detached. The first thing we did was to spike for bolt) two joists to the rafters as shown at L Fig. 1, and far enough be? tween tbem to take a roller as long, at least, as the wagon-liox, Fig. 2. Then we made a roller 4x1 oak, leaving it F.quare where it passed through the arum, A, Fig. 2. Then we bored an Inch hole lengthwise in each end of the roller and drove in each hole a round Iron pin for a gudgeon. Then by cut? ting a notch in tho pieces L (as at K, Fig. 1), the rolle...

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