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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 May 1888

iiiuqdi Valley News. |tip^yT- - - - MAYTfehV'isiij. ioC4L JIjXD GF,j\' EliAL 11 SYE WS BRIEFS. I Roauoke claims 12,0'j? population. I Wiijte doods?White Goods? launders'. I I A quantity of Bubbit metal can pc'bought tit tliis office. I There is absolutely no chance to [get another leitor from Maine. I Dkkenson county voted nguiust [railroad subscription?ISO to 103. [ TlirvViiginia Democratic und Re? publican Conventions?peace and pandemonium. See change of schedule on Nor? folk & "Wehtet if railroad wllltili took effect ?'ti the 14th. Mr. Jno. Poery'8 hotel is becom? ing quite popular as a suininer re? sort for various offenders. Oilr friend, Col. Jno. G. Watts, g*oea as delegate at Large to Chic igo on a biggor voto than Mahone. Circuit Court, Judge Drown pre? siding, in session since Monday. County Court convenes on Tuesday next. At Bluefteld, Messrs. John P. Pettyjohn & Co. have contracted to build in modem style a 925,000 bfJt'J]. Tapping the water main with Service pipe...

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. — 25 May 1888

A RACY BOOK. "???VnllllnllDg irllb Harcantu and n llllans Truth. Nino York. letter. Chap. I. "Has Malaria;" goes to Florida. Chap. IL "Overworked;" goes to Eurojo. Chap. III. "Has Rheumatism;" goes to Eras. Chap. IV. Has a row with his Doctor. I have road a deal of sarcasm in ray day, but I novor rend anything equal to tho sir cosnt contained In tho nbovo four chaptered book, written by louio anonymous. I sus poet tho experience portrayed is n personal one; the author intltnatea as much on page 31. Let mo givo you a synopsis: "Maiflria,'rns it states, "is tho cloak with which itaporfloinl phyaiciuns cover up a mul? titude of ill feolings which they do not under? stand, and do not much care to investigate. It is also a cover for such diseases ns tliey cannot care. When they ndviso their patient to travel or that ho has overworked and needs rest and is probably suffering from malaria, it is n confession of ignorance or of inabil? ity." "The patient gJ?nbroid. Tho chango Is a tonic and...

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. — 1 June 1888

Published Every Friday. established in the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Siug|o,Copy,.5 Ccntl By Mafi postage paid, oue year... 81.60 By Mail, postage paid. 0 months... .73 Entered at tho Post Oflico at Tazoweil C. H., ns second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. II. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. ii. Va. Will praetico in tho Courts of Tazo ?well county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythevillo. Collecting a sirecialty. Lnnds for Bale and land titles examined. R. It. henry. s. C. tut aua M JJENRY <& GRAHAM, ATTORNEYS AT-LAW, Tazkwell C. H., Va. Practice in the Courts of Tazowoll Russell and Buchanan Counties, Fed, eral Courts at Abingdon, and Court of Appeals at WythoviUe, Va. It*" Particular attention paid to the collection of claims in tho above named and adjoining counties; will also pay special attention to the investigation of laud titles in said counties?as well as in the counties of McDowell, and Mer? cer, AV. Va. 1> 3. nl.AlIl, JOHN O. WATTS. Ente Atto. Ceti...

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. — 1 June 1888

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY. - - ? lt ISHS Ah convention time approaches nil other Republican booms than Dlai?o^i grow beautifully less. ; Mr. Whitclaw Reid, who is very near ami dear to Mr. lllaine, says that tho noiiiinatioii must come! .spontaneous!;, unsought ami unan? imous, if if is (o be accepted l>,\ him. Significant. As the matter stands today there will he but (wo ballotsal Hi" St. Iiouis convention. Graver Cleveland will 1?;' nominated on the first lor President, ami Allen G. Thurman on the second for Vice President. What n teaai. Hon. Jno. A. liuchnimn, named as elector for tho Ninth District by tho Norfolk convention, has declined to nerve. Perhaps be wishes to lake bis chances with Mr. Trigg for (Jon gressioual nomination) Genera! ?Pridomore'a friends think be can beat thcin both. There is a proposition on llic part of the United States Government to erect an ordnance foundry some? where within tho range of the coal and iron mines, which will bo an im? mense establis...

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. — 1 June 1888

?Uinih Valley News. ?:0C//^/JV7; GENERAL jYEWSBRIEES. H t)Ul papers lor salo at this office. ? lhiili-oud truck is lfod to tho Suui I \VhiU. Goods?White Goods? SB-.??.Hilders'. The new county bi'idgo iiear th? lepot is completed. Bristol is moving iiloiig very satisfactorily with her b'oom; Ne>rJ^v nil ..i' tlio nineteen trestles >u tho Gline.ii V .1 ?. ro id isro lip Mis, Ltngsdnle; oi Piltsylvuiiiii{ is visiting her tUint, Alis. W. L. Wut kins. Circuit and Comity Court on Tuns day left a dead still day to follow on j Wednesday. Editor H. IM. Suiythe, of the Poca liontns Headlight, !niS been in tho city during tho week. if ydii'vc got a paid dr ache or a bruise, Salvation will reach tlio ease instantly. Price 23 cents. Next. Tuesday, the day?St. Louis, the place?Cleveland; tllti man?Victory; the result. The Damascus road now hits L?2 State convicts at. work between Abingdon and Damascus: Mrs. Mary Haydeii, sister of Mr. Wm. A. Stuart, died hist week. She was it worthy woman. ...

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. — 1 June 1888

TOrULAK SCIENCE. / An 'egg of tho extinct great nuk was recontly sold in London for $1100. It is said to. Rave been bought for an Ameri? can. , Tho Swedish-American societies of Chicago oro endeavoring to collect suffi? cient funds for tho crcctiou in Lincoln Park of a monument to tho "famous naturalist, binnirus. Tho substance of what is comprised in and meant by hygiene, may bo expressed in'the words, clean earth, clean food, clean water, nnd clean air?it answers tho requirements of every human being. Certain data lead to tho inference that wo do not yet possess moro than one tenth of thoso existing. o that even the present rapid rate of discovery wjll not complete oar collection of insects in le?s than 1000 years. Before the end of that period ninny species of to day will have Lccoino extinct. Those who arc in the habit of indulging in raw onions, says a medical man, may bo consoled for the social disadvantages which ensiio by the fact that onions are about the best nervine known...

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. — 8 June 1888

Clinch Valley News. Published Every Friday. Established In the Year 1845 TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: SingloJJcipy,:.5 Cent! By'MW postage paid, one year... $1.150 By. Mail, postage paid. 0 mouths... .73 <Em^rca at tho Post Oflicc at Taxe well 0. H., us second class matter. ..^ Professional cards. ~~ IL c ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell O. H. Va. Will practice in tho Courts of Tazo well county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythovillc. Collecting a specialty. Land6 for sale and land titles examined. It. It. henry. S. c. graham JJENRY <& GRAHAM, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Practice in tho Courts of Tazcwcll RtiKsell and Buchanan Counties, Fed, ernl Courts at Abingdoii, and Court of Appeals at "Wythcville, Va. ffcjT Particular attention paid to the collection of chums inithe above named nnd ndjoininpf" countioB-, will also pay special attention to the investigation of land titles in Biiid counties?as well as in the counties of McDowell, nnd Mer? cer, W. Va. f. s. ula1r,...

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. — 8 June 1888

Clinch Valley News. KHIDAY. - ? - JUNE H. tfifdt ST. LOUIS C.O\VKN'ivK.) >\ Tuesday, 11:0? ft itu^ttt? crowd i'. beginning EtYguthcl1 slowly. Ap , planst: from 'he galleries greeted Senator V. .n'hees nx lie walked down the siisfe ll:'ii>'ti. ei.-?There wn* applause i nud clit-Orii'g nt the ontrunco of tlio ? Cleveland club of Unlink', with a band' playing ''Dixie.2 Ll:>l(?u. in.?Tho Hcmlrieks club cf Indianapolis entered Hie gallery. rVliich oauHcd chooring and waving of white hats on tho floor. 11:1'.) it. in.?Tho Hondrick* bun 1 nor was suspended from Use gaPrsy' iioxt<lO'tlio' President's pie<uro. Tbc ( od?at'hig on' ?be lloor was rouowod i :rt tins, and the I; Hid played "Yankee ' ?Voo?le." j, l'i?n?'..to.?Wisconsin decoruled , hur banner with a bandtinutt, and the delegates -gave Un-eo oheers for IVis ' | cousin. Mississippi-, Virginia ami j West- Virginia followed. i ( 12-.2? p. in.?Delegates a>v\ altrr ; nates jyo waving bundauuas on cuur.s K fiift cheering...

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. — 8 June 1888

Clinch Valley News. ffltlDAY, ? ? ~ JUHH K, 1888. it?C? ?ND GENERAL jYE WS BRIEFS. White Goods?White Goods? Snundcrs'. Cards are out for n picoic ia Ward's Covo on the l?cli inst. Capt. Eichelberger is still busy establishing street lines aud corners. Miss Dot tie Alexander baa return? ed from college at Staunton for the summer vacatiou. ?lesso Hall, for whom the Governor -c^forod a reward, has beuu arrested by Mr. Jim Bandy. The Tennessee Midland Railroad has been opened to business from Memphis to Jnckson, eighty five miles. Married at the residence of the bride's father, Capt. D. G. Saycrs, Mr. William F. Harmon to Miss Amelia Sayers. Tbo Wiso county surveyors are getting ready to return to their work. They only await action of the Secretary of War at Washington. The Prohibition Presidential tick? et for 188S is General Clinton B. Fisk for President, and Rev. John A. Brooks, of Miasuri, for Vice Presi? dent. The final exorcises of the Tazewell Female Seminary will be held on Mond...

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. — 8 June 1888

WOMAN'S WOULD. VijEASAXT IjITRTIATURK FOR riJ.UlXINli KISiYUKUi*. A Perfect Kingdom. A man ran build a man ?ton And furnish it throughout, A man ciiii build a rtttaeo With lofty walls nnd stout; A man can build a temple With high nnd spioioil-i domo. But no man in tho world can build That precious thing called? Homo No, 'tis our happy faculty, O women, far and wide. To turn n cot or palnco Into something etc bondr: Where brothers, sun; and husbairh tired, W Ith willing footstep) cane; A nlnconf rest, where love abounds? A perfect kingdom?Home. ?ioHcU J?rns, in (luo l Henttkeepinn. The Newest Stylos oT Van?. There arc an unusual number of novel-' lies in funs: some arc of clear grenadine, striped with net or with s'lk, othot shave rows of narrow satin ribbon carried across in such a way that when closed border? ing each rib there are line* of close s I i ribbon bows. A round shaped fan called tbe Lady Toar.lc is made <>: soflo t mar i boutwithe picture in the centre piiuted wit...

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. — 15 June 1888

Clinch- Valley News t Published Every Friday. Established in tho Year 18451 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single'Copy,.5 Conti ?By Mail postago paid, ouc year... SI.00 | By Mail, postago paid. G mouths... Entered at tho Post Oftieo at Tazewell j C. h., aa second class matter. ^PROFESSIONAL, CARDS. H, C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II. Va. Will practice in tho Courts of Taze? weli county and tho Court of Appeals at "Wythevillo. Collecting a specialty. Lauds for sale and laud titles examined. H It. henry. s. c. graham ENRY <fe GRAHAM, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazeweli, C. H., Va. Practice in the Courts of Taxewell RubscU and Buchanan Counties, Fed, oral Courts at Abingdou, end Court of Appeals nt Wythoville, Va. Particular iittcntion paid to the collection of claims in the above mimed iind'ndjoining counties; will also pay special attention to the investigation of land titles in said counties?as well as in the counties of McDowell, and Mer? cer, AY. Va. p. s. i1la1u, ? john o. watts. ...

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. — 15 June 1888

FRIDAY. - - - ,1 UNK 15, 1HHS DEMOCRATIC TU KKT, for president: GROVER CLEVELAND, KKW von IC. for vick president: ALLEN g. THURM AN, ohio. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: at lahor. RICHARD F. BEIRNE, oN-Mnovcr. JOHN t. HARltfS, of Rockingham. first district. T. R. 13. WRIGHT. second district. 1). GARDNER TV LB 11. thum) district. TAZEWELL ELLETT. fourth district. WILLIAM It. MoK I NN ICY. fifth distimct. 11. G. PETERS. sixth district. W. W. DERRY. seventh distimct. MIOAJAH woods. BIOUTII Distimct. E. E. MEREDITH. ninth district. rJOH? A. R?CHANAN. M5NTII DISTRICT. It. 1). rooRE. Our nati it ticket is one tin I. tiros Iii? heart of every Democrat in tho land and ciu'iics dismay and dread into the ranks of Iho enemy. Thoso who would continue to1 foster mon opoly to the extrcmest limit,-rathor thiiu submit to an equitable adjust luaut of tariff to take somewhat of Iho burden of taxation from the peo pic, have their hopes crushed when the names of Cleveland and Th?r man uro presented for populr ...

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. — 15 June 1888

Q^ineh Valley News. FRIDAY, - - - JUNE 15, 1888. ?" i ...... i. LOCAL AND GENERAL NE WS BRIEFS. See "Wanted" in another column. White Goods?White Goods? Sauuders'. ? Circuit Court has adjourned after a long session. The foundation of the now hotel at the depot is completed. Mies Charlotte Henry has returned from college at Wytheville. The Lovely Mount postoffico is Cringed in mime to Rudford. A drove of Texas ponies attracted the attention of the town boys the other day. The summer bids fair to be re? markable in at least one respect?the great uumber of flies. H. C. L. Richmond, of Scott, was the successful contestant for the Robertson Prize Medal at Emory. The annual catalogue of the Taze? well Female Seminary is out of press and can be bad by addressing Mrs. R. B. GilleBpic. Henry Kiuser is making tine pro? gress with his work on Railroad Avenue. He expects to be done when the "cyars'' oome. Miss Muy Daist, teacher iu tho Seminary, ha? left for Lynchburg. Miss Whiting remains iu T...

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. — 15 June 1888

WOMAN'S WOULD. rtiEASAXT IjITEnATUIXW I'OU A Perfect Kingdom. ? A mnn run build n man ;lon Aud furnish, it throughout, A man can buitd a pnlaco With lofty walls and stout; A man can build a temple With high nndspaeiou? domo, Hut no man in tho world ran build i Thnt precious tiling called?liuino No, '?b our happy facu'ty, O women, fur and wide. To turn a cot or palave Into. Something cbc bolide; Wtoro brothers, sou. ami hiisban Is tired. With willing footsteps como: A place of i-est, whero lovo abounds? A perfect kingdom?Hoine. J ?lone L. Join s, In doo.l HeHsekecplna. Tlio Newest Styles of Tans. There arc an unusual number of novel? ties in fans: some are of clear grenadine. Mripod with net or with silk, others huvu rows of narrow satin ribbon carried across in such a way that when closed border? ing each rib there are line-s of close s t ribbon bows. Around shaped fan called tbe Lady Teazle is made <>. softe?( mara? bout with a picture in the centre pdoled with Watteau group*...

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. — 22 June 1888

Clinch Valley News.) Published Every Fhiday. Established in the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy,.*.B Cents By Mnil postage paid, one year... $1.50 By Mail, postage paid. 0 months .. .73 Entered at tho Post Oftice at Tazowell C. II., as second class matter. F^RbpE^sT?NAXi^CA^sT C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H. Va. "Will practice in the Courts of Taze? well county aud the Court of Appeals fit "Wythovillo, Collecting a specialty. Lands for sale and land titles examined. n. b. hen by. s. c. graham JJ?ENRY & GRAHAM, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, j Tazewell C. II., Va. Practico in tho Courts of Tnzowell RuBsoll and Buchanau Counties, Fed, eral Courts at Abingdou, and Court of Appeals at Wythovillo, Va. tt-t~ Particular attoution puid to tho collection of claims in the above named and adjoining counties; -will also pay special attention to the investigation of land titles in said counties?as well as in tho counties of McDowell, and Mer? cer, W. Va. f. s. blair, john Q. wat...

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. — 22 June 1888

Clinch Valley News. DMOORATIC TU KET. FOU PUKSIDE?T: CiHOVK15 CJ, 10VE LA NI), NEW YORK. FOU VICE-FKESIDKNT: ALLEN O. THURM AN, (iiiio. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: AT LAltCIE. RICHARD 1'". BEIRNE, oNlanover. JOHN T. HARRI?, ol'Hoekiiighuiii. FI II ST DISTUICT. T. R. 15. WH 10II I\ SECOND DI?TMOT. D. GARDNER TYLER. TiintJJ DisTiticr. TAZEWELL ELLETT. FOUItTlI DISTUICT. WILLIAM R. MoKINNEY, FIFTH DISTUICT. Ii. O. PETERS. SIXTH DISTUICT. W. W. UERRY. SEVENTH DISTRICT. MICA.)All WOODS. EICHT)! DISTUICT. E. E. MEREDITH. NINTH DISTUICT. JOHN A. BUCHANAN. TENTH DISTUICT. lt. U. POORE. TUE REl'l-Bi.lCAX CONVEN? TION; A ?maller crowd was in attendance ami lean enthusiasm displayed upon the assembling of I ho Chicago con volition than upon auy convention for many years. The convention hall was bcauti iifully and extensively decorated, and the weather comparatively cool, but this did not prevent a heated tilt be? tween Wise and Mahotio. The cOnvoulioii as a body, how ever, does not appear to lake 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. — 22 June 1888

?lincli Valley News. f.KIDAY, - - lf2'i7lio8i LOG dB ArtB GENERAL DYE tVS BRIEFS. . On our 3d page to'dlty will bo found A striking nnd instructive illus? tration of the comparative worth of tho various kiittis t'f baking powders how iu the maiketi In the matter of prices oil tUbso Cno White Godds at SaundbrS; it iiorizontnl reduction is mado hs Of this date, iu dlder ttlitt Hi? people hmy have an oxtia Inducement for {jotting the beauties. All persons having claims for set tleiltctlt rtgtdnot the estate of E. W. Boutcllc are hereby notified to pre? scht tin! Same with proper allldavit Wade thcfcld, to W: A. Lyohn, Ad? ministrator, Taeewcll G: H., VA. Siunidera' stock of Wrhito Goods was so large that tllcro is still It choice lot to select froth, and as the summer bids fail' to bo uniisiliilly warm and long continued; there should bo an active dcutnud fol seme time yet. If ladies in the yeafs befoio Ibis, have not been satisfied with the ap? pearance; Wearing and ittttklilglip qual...

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. — 22 June 1888

.ii i . FACE TO FACH. tf my face could only promise that its color would romain. It my heart were only carlain it would hide tfae moment's pain, t would meet you and would grout you in tho old familiar tono. And naught should over show you the wrong that you Imvo done. If my trembling band wero steidy, if my smiles had not nil lied, U my oyes spoke not so plainly of the tears thoy often shed, t would meet you nn 1 would greet you at tlrj old sweet tryst ing place, And perchance you'd deem mo happy If you meet me face to face. if tho melody of springtide awoke no wild refrain, If tho autumn's golden burden awoke no living ivain, I would meet tboe, and would great thoc, ns years ago wp mot, Ucforo our hearts were shipwrecks I, on tho i ocean of regret. If my woman's soul were stronger, if my heart wero not so true, I should long bare cens-d remembering tho lovo I had for you; But I dnro not meet or greet thee, in the old familiar way. Until wo meet in heaven, when tears hnvo passed a ...

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. — 29 June 1888

c Clinch Valley News Published Every Friday. Established in the Year 1845 ] TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: tglo Copy,.0 Cents Mail postage paid, one year... SL5? By.Mail, postagopaid. 0 months... .75 Entered at the Post Oillco at Tazowoll C II., as second class matter. PR?FESSIONiirCjm]i^ H.? ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II. Va. Will practice in tho Courts of Tazo? woll county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythevillo.' Collecting a specialty. Lands for sale and land titles examined. n. r. henry. s. c. graham JJENRY & G HAH AM, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tazeweli. C. II., Va. Practico in the Courts of Tav.ewell Russell and Buchauan Counties, Fed, eral Courts at Abingdon, and Court of Appeals at Wythoville, Va. VsT Particular attention paid to tho collection of claims iu the above uamed and adjoining counties; will also pay special attention to the investigation o'f, ' land titles in said counties?as well as in tho counties of McDowell, and Mer? cer, \V. Va. Jf. s. BLAIR, john o. watts. r ...

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. — 29 June 1888

Clinch Valley News. DEMOCRATIC TICKET," kor president: GROVKR CLEVELAND, kkw youk. kok vick-pkksidknt: ALLEN G. THURMAN, ohio. PRESIDENTIAL E LECTORS: at large. RICHARD P. REIRNE, of Hanover. JOHN T. HAWKIS, of Roekiiiglinm. kihst district. T. R. 13. WRIGHT. second district. D. GARDNER TYLER. third district. TAZEWELL ELLETT. kouhtii district. WILLIAM IL McKINNEY, ei ith district. IL G. PETERS. sixth district. W. W. UEItltY. seventh district. M IC A J All WOODS. RioiiTii District. E. E. MEREDITH. ninth district. JOHN A. BUCHANAN. tenth district. R. B. POORB. THE REPUBLICAN TICKET. The great agony at Chicago is i over, and the party that hardly knew I what to under the circumstances bus done it. While there wore inuu ho fore tho convoulion whoso histories constitute the history of the party itself, thoir uotuination was not iintvil- The parly fools itself re huked by tlio couutry aud had not tlio hardihood to attempt a canvas on old men and measures. Blaitn; showed his willingness (o ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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