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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 June 1888

?iidicli Yalley News. ERIDAY? - ? r^rjNW"29, 1888i LOC?L AJYd GENERAL NE)VS BRIEFS. The youngest child or Dr. Tom Pccry died od yesterday. The heavy rains of the week fterc e, God send tcj vegctatioili County Court on Tuesday attract? ed quite a small crowd of people. Cards tire out for an entertainment id Burks Garden on the 4th o*" July. Mr. I. Frank, of tlio firm of L Frauk & Co., was in town during the A picnic is advertised for the 4th ?f July at Capt. Poeiy's sulphur spring. Mrs. Gate BtudoUakor has returned from a vist to relatives i'.nd friends at Charlestou, Tenth Tho wet weather of the week un? ceremoniously .laid an embargo upon Various intended picnic excursions. Mr. .Joseph Stras I'eery, of Ogden City, is visiting friends in the county after a session at lloauoke Col lego. Dr. Simons Dirrhoca and Cholera Medicine should be in every house* hold. Chapman. White, Lyons & Co.. Proprietors. After a refusal to beliovo I bat tho ticket was really Harris...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 June 1888

HCMonOUS NKF.rcHKS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. A Ilcwnrd ot Merit?Correct?A j Wise Iti'siilii i ion?Kroct mid Soldierly?Tho landlady's Crushing run. Klo. "Sam," said ono little urchin to an? other, the other day, "Sum, docs your schoolmaster ever give you nny rewards of merit?" - "I s'posc ho docs," wos the rejoinder ; "ho gives mo n lickin' every day, and says I merits two."?Journal of Com? merce. Correct. Teacher?"So you can't do a simple i sum in arithmetic! Now, let ma explain it to you. Suppose eight of you have together forty-eight apples, thirty-two peaches, and sixteen melons, what would j each of you get?" "Cholera morbus," replied Johnny.? Bare BU*. _ A wise Resolution. Teacher (infant natural history class) ?"You will remember that, will you, Tommy, that wasps lie in a torpid state nil winter:" Tommy (with an air of retrospection) ?"Ves'm, an' I'll try an' remember that they make up for it in summer. ? /.//<?. ICrcot nnd Soldierly. Fashionable Mother---"Ilow superbly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 July 1888

Clinch Valley News, Published Every Friday. Established In the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy,,.5 Cents Bv Mail postugo paid, one year... 81.Btj Mail, postage paid. 0 months... .75 Entered at the Post Oflieo at Tazewell C. IL, as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJ C. ALDERSON, ' ? ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H. Va. Will practico in tho Courts of Taze? well county and the Colirtof Appeals at AVythoville. Collecting a specialty. Lands for sale and land titles examined. b. r. henry. s. 0. graham J_JENRY & GRAHAM, A1T0RNEYS-AT-LAW, / Tazewell C. II., Va. Practico in the Courts of Tazewell RusbcII and Buchanan Counties, Fed, oral Courts at Abingdon, and Court of Appeals at Wytheville, Va. <P?" Particular attention paid to the 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 the counties of McDowell, and Mer? cer, AV. Va. f. s. bl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 July 1888

Clinch Valley News. 1 Uli? i FRIDAY, - - - J l'iiY (>, 1sss DBMO?lATl? Til K IST, for PRESIDENT: GROVKR CLEVELAND nkw york. foh viok-Phksident: ALLEM G. THURMAN, omo. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS : at LAHOR. RICHARD P. BEIRNK. of Hu no vor. JOHNT. HARRIS, ol Rockliigliuin. FIRST DISTKICT. T. 1?. B. WRIOIIT, of Essex, BECOND DISTKICT. d. GARDNER TYLER, of Charles City. Timm DisTitn r. TAZEWELL KLLETT, Richmond City. KOUiml DISTKICT. WILLIAM R. McKINNBY,Petersburg. FlKTII DISTKICT. H. <i. PETERS, .?f Henry. SIXTH DISTKICT. W. W. BERRY, ..r Bedford. SEVENTH OISTKICr. MICAJAll WOODS, of Albenirnle. ElOIITll DISTRICT. E. E. MEREDITH, of Prliieo William. NINTH DISTRICT. JOHN" A. BUCHANAN, of Washington TEN Mil DISTKICT. Ri lt. P<?OHE, of Aiipomuttox. John Chiliaman wnnis to boost f lic Halliston und Molioii ticket alleo kuiiico Mollicnn man. - mm m- ? - There will bo a granil ovation when Blnine comos home, but il will bo Bliuno's own ami ciiiint bo transfer? red...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 July 1888

J ?l^ich Valley News. FRIDAY^ T^JUJ.Y (i, !S:is. LOCOL AoYD GENERAL NR\VSJ3RIEFS. Raspberries riro lipo. Mr. und Mrs. j\ P. Waylimd have returned to town from a visit east. All railroads will give ono faro tickets to llto Richmond Exposition. M'essis. Saundcrs k Spotts uro engaged in opening up their gro? ceries. . Whilo business houses were, not closed on the Fourth, tredo was not no-y^ isk as usual. Nearly every college In the coun- i try has Tazewell bdys ftnil girls on its roll. They are homo for tho va? cation. Dr. Simons Dirrhoca and Cholera Medicine Should he in every hovse hold. Chapman, White, Lyons & Co.. Proprietors. By way of celebrating the Fourth the boys had a picnic at the Fair Grounds, where, among other things, they did tho base ball act. The town club defeated tho Clinch Valley Kail ldad club: In the matter of jjricop on those fine White Goods at Sauuders', a horizontal reduction is made ns of this date, iu order that the people iiiay biivo an extra in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 July 1888

WOMAN'S WORLD. WjEASANT l.1XKUATUKI3 FOB FKN1NINK KBADE119. Coni|>ou6ntion. "Who hesitates is lost" Is ail adage old, Fearful lovors, to their cost, Lcnrn thoy must bo bold, But, s.nee nothing now ran bo Underneath tlio sun, "Pis as old and true Hint sho Who hesitates is?won. ?Kcmpcr Hocock, in the Century. Tho Latest Tliinjr in Veils. The newest thing in veils, says a New York letter to the Kansas City Journal, is a strip of line wire gauze. It is ns delicate as the dainty silk alfnirs which women persist iu pulling down over their nose, and much less injurious to the eye? than the dotted or figured net so common Upon the street III appearance it (has not dil!cr at all from the ordinary veil, except perhaps it may he thought los \ flexible. Tho wire gauze veil is nnl iu ! tho market, hut women hive brought n few from England, where they arc I o ginning to be Used, chiefly because they arc better respirators than silk, which persists in choking one's breath and plastering...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 July 1888

Clinch Valley News Published Every Friday. Established in the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ?Single Copy,.6 CenU By Mail postage paid, one year... Sl.Gfj By Mail, postage paid. 0 months... .75 Entered at the Post Office at Tazowell C. 11., as second cla6S mutter. PROFESSIONAL, CAEDS. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. Hi Va. Will practice iu the Courts of. Tazo woll county and the Court of Appeals at Wythoville. Collecting a specialty. I .amis for salo and land titles examined. r. r. renry. s. c. graham J_?ENRY & GRAHAM, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II., Va. Practico in the Courts of Ta/.ewell Rtissell and Buchanan Counties, Fed, eral Courts at Abingdon, and Court of Appeals at WytheviUe, Va. 1^'Particular attontian paid to tho collection of claims in the above named and adjoining counties; will also pay special attention to tho investigation of land titlos in said counties?as well as in the counties of McDowell, and Mer? cer, AV. Va. jfc P. s. ULAIIt, .john O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 July 1888

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - - JULY 13, 1888 DEMOCRATIC TICK KT, FOB PRESIDENT: Q R ?V K R C DEVKLAND, NEW YOIIK. FOB VICE-r? 1-S1DKNT: ALLEM G. THURM AX, OHIO. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: AT I.AHOF.. RICHARD F. BE1RNE. of Hauovor. JOHN T. HARRIS, of Rockhighum. KIUST DISTRICT. T. It. B. WRIGHT, of Essex, SECOND DISTRICT. D. GARDNER TYLER, of Uhnrlos City. THIRD DISTRICT. TAZEWELL ELLETT, Riulunoml City. FOURTH DISTRICT. WILLIAM R. McKlNNEY, Petersburg. FIFTH DISTRICT. H. G. PETERS, of Homy SIXTH DISTRICT. AV. W. BERRY, ?I Bedford. BKVEXTII DISTItll T. MICAJAH WOODS, of Albcnirulo. EiaUTII DISTRICT. E. E. MEREDITH, or Prince William NINTH DISTRICT. JOHN A. BUCHANAN, of Washington. TKNMIt DISTRICr. R, B. POORE, of Apnomnttox. The promise of a decent cam? paign, free from personal abuse, is j nauseating ti> the nvertigo liooilluiii politician. In (lie. Republican Inuidslmkini Riddlobergcr comes in Cor iigriporl the Ross' fist, hut Brady must shake his own paw until his repent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 July 1888

C|incli Valley News* FRID?iT T^tJLY 13, ISSSi LVOil ?ND GEJVERAE jYE ws BRIEFS. Mr. D. O. Bi.ldwiu's family is stopping in town. Mr. N. B. Studvbakcr is back Roiii Roanoke College. Mrs. Gustaf Bottiger lias return? ed from an extended absence. Master James Pcireo is home From a school session at Knob. The infaltt child of Mr. Krank T "Wall died add was buried on Sun dor last. The tunnel in New Garden. Bus. sell, is about (id feet under, a night and day force operating. The rains continue heavy and all vegetation grow us accordingly. All crops proui<se the lullest yield. The holder' of ticket No. 4 was entitled to the Mechanical Figaro drawn at William Pen ce's last week. Mr. R. M. Baldwin has moved Iiis family to town from Indian, and occupies rooms in the High School building. Dr. Simons Dirrlioea and Cholera Medicine should be in every house* hold. Chapman. White* Lyons & Co., Proprietors. Mr. Charles Grecvcr, father of B. B. litld C. P. GlCoveY, died on Fri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 July 1888

HEAD-GEAR, \ DESCRIPTION OP THE WA* MEN'S IIATS AUK MADE. The Met hurt of Making- tlio Folt from Kur? Shaping; tlio ''Boily"? Various Othor Processes? Making- Silk Hats. "With a view to learn how men's hats arc rnade,a New York Telegram reporter visited a number of hat munufuctoiios and gives below the result of Iiis inquiries. Commencing with the derby, which is tho hat of tho multitude r.ud which is mndo of lino felt, otherwise known us fur, tho question not unnaturally arises ? What is felt? How is it made and what is it made from! Felt then is a fabric without warp or woof, made by hair interlocking together and forming a solid sheet, more imperv? ious to air and water than any woven fabric. How is this done? By simply j Shaking the hairs together. It looks easy when written about, but tlio shaking re? quires skill anil special machinery. Any person who takes the trouble to null a hair out of his head will Hud, if lie has a delicate sense of touch, by pass? ing it through his li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 July 1888

Clinch Valley News, Published Every Friday. Established In the Year 1845 ^JJERMS OB' SUBSCRIPTION: ?iti$ri> Copy,.5 Cento By Mail postage- paid, one year... 8LDfJ By Mail, postagu paid. 0 months... .75 Entored at tlio Post Oilico at Tnzowull C. H., ns second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ~ C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Tazo woll county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythovillo. Collecting n spocinlty. Lands for snlo and land titles examined. r. r. henry. - s. c. okaham JJENRY & GRAHAM, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II., Va. Practico in tho Courts of Tozowoll Ruesell and Buchanan Counties, Fed, ernl Courts at Ahingdon, and Court of Appeals nt Wytheville, Va. B*tT Particular nttontion paid to tho collection of claims in tho nbovo named and adjoining counties; will also pay ' special attention to tho investigation of land titles in said counties?as well as in tho countieB of McDowell, and Mer? cer, W. Va. f. i^ii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 July 1888

Clinch Valley News. friday, - ? ? july 20, 1888 DEMOCRATIC TICKET, FOR PRESIDENT: GROVKIt CLEVELAND, NEW YORK. !<?()]{ VICE-PRESIDENT: ALLBN G. THURMAN, ohio. presidential electors: at Lahor. RICHARD F. beirne, of Hnnovor. JOHN t. HARRIS, of Rockinghairi. first district. t. R. 13. WttlOIiT, of Essex, second district. D. GARDNER TYLER, of Charles City. tiiiud district. tazewell ELLETT, Richmond City. fourth district. william R. McK INN E V, Petersburg. FIITll DISTRICT. H. G. PETERS, of Henry SIXTH district. W. \V. BERRY, of Bedford. BKVKXTll d18tiiict. MICAJA1J WOODS, of Alboinrnlc. RIUIITII DISTRICT. E. E. MEREDITH, of Prince Willinin. i ninth d1sthict. JOHN A. BUCHANAN, of Washington. tkn.mii district. R. It. POORE, of Apponiattox. There was it hope among his friends in Tazewell I hat Henry Stuart would bit tin: Democratic nominee for Congress from the Ninth District, but lor business reasons he declines to have Iiis inline presented to the convention. This action on his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 July 1888

?finch Valley News. FlflDAY, - ~ - JULY 20, 1888? L?CdL ?ND GEMER?L NE WS BRIEFS. ??Wet" has nu article in this issue bu the subject of Bar Booms. Tho situ of the old round hotiso in Lynehburg will be occupied by the new Union depot. It is estimated that 0,000 acres have been planted in cabbage this Season in Wytho comity. The Democrats of ltonnoke have nwtf, elected delegates to the Con? gressional convention, and en thuscd. . Dr. Simons Dirrhbca arid Cholera Medicine should he In every house? hold. Chapman. VVhitei Lyons & Co., Proprietors. The man Greeit who Was Shot by One of the surveyors in Wise coun? ty will recover. He was shot iu the side, the neck ami the head. A long letter from Dr. ViuCll, our Missouri correspondent, came in this week after the forms wee nearly up and lies over until next issue. The big boiler has been removed from the Lynchburg found house of the Norfolk and Western Railroad to Bluclield, where active opera? tions now begin. One of our citiz...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 July 1888

Ol WOMAN'S WORLD. rijEASANT IilTERATURK FOIt l i;.himm; uhadkrs. For the Cnro of Spinstors. Schleswig, Germany, boasts ot an in? stitution, unique ot its kind and well worthy of imitation. It Is a spinstcr't insurance company. Its purposo is to provide for tho single lady members ol ?well-to-do families. Tho company gives them shelter, board and pin money. The mothod is tho following: At the birth of a girl the father inscribes the child's coino in tho hook of the company, and pays a certain sum every year. When his daughter filches her twenty-fourth year and is still unmarried, she is en? titled to a certain income and to a couple of well-furnished rooms iu u houso bo longing to the company, which house has a tine garden attached to it, and is inhabited by other younger or older spinsters, who have become incmhnis be? fore them. If the father dies before his daughter attains her twenty-fourth year the girl enjoys the came privileges. In case she dies or marries all her rights are f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 July 1888

Clinch Yalloy News, Published Every Friday. Established in the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Singlo Copy,.5 Cents By Mail postage paid, one year... S1-G? Ity Mail, postage paid. 0 months... .75 Entered at the Po9t OfHco at Tuzewell C. H., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. II. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Taze? well county and tlio Court of Appeals at Wythoville. Collecting n specialty. Lauds for sale and land titles uxuiniued. h. r. henry. s. c. graham JJJTDNRY & GRAHAM, ATTORNEYS AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II., Va. Practico in the Courts of Tazewell Ru8sell and Buchanan Counties, Fed, eral Courts at Abingdou, and Court of Appeals at Wylheviile, Va. Particular attention paid to tlio collection of claims in the above named and adjoining counties', will also pay special nttcntion to the investigation of land titles in said counties?as well as in tho counties of McDowell, and Mer ^cor, W. Va. r. 8. blair, john a. watt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 July 1888

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - ? JULY L'7, ISSN DEAIOOMTIc TI( KliT, FOU PRESIDENT: G HOVK B OLKV E LAND, NEW YORK. FOU VICK-VHESIDENT: ALLEN ?. THURM AN, (IHK). COUNTY CON VENT I ON. At a convention on the 24tli called by the chairman of tlio Democratic party of Tazewell. the following list of delegates and alternates were elected to the District Convention to lie held in Qoodson, August 15: JoflTersonvillo District?Delegates : ti. \V. Doak, J. B Higginbothnm, E. I S. Howard. Alternates: W. T, Thompson, James 15. Painter, John 1 W. Gillespie. Clear Fork District.?Delegates: .7. Meek H?ge, T. M. Hawkins, Sr.. A. St. Clair. Alternates: YY. \V. Brown, T. M Saundcrs, <Jn pt,. Titos. Peery. Maiden Spring District.?Dele? gates: S. J. Thompson, \Y. A. Ward, 10. H. Scott. Alternates: A. White, Jas. 1'. Nlkirk, Then. Anns. At Large.?Delegates: Isitae. E. McDonald, R. It. Henry. Alternates! A. T. Ward, Jno ('. Freeman. It was moved and carried that the delegates present at the Go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 July 1888

Clinch Valley News. friday, ? ? i Ju1a~27TT888. ~?0CdlT?~nd 'general jYE ws briefs. See notico of opening of Emory end Henry College. The Board of Supervisors lilts been in session during the week. '? Mrs. Botti'r.ore, whose death was hot unexpected, died on Thursday. Wythe county is preparing to bo \vell represented at the State Ex pouition. Mr. Southali will preach at tile .JEjjiificopal church Sunday morning und evening. Rev. .7. H. Wingo has returned from an extended trip through the Western States. On Saturday last, nf, Bluefleld. J. W. Butt accidentally shot and killed his friend Win. Ferguson. Mr. J. D. Harrison has so far re Covered from a recent attack of Tcver in Russell as to be huj^ne and about. Pr. Simons Dirrhoea and Cholera Medicine should be in every house? hold. Chapman. White, Lyons & Co., Proprietors. Mr. John Hurl Kends (he News, with this issuo, to his friends, Al? bert F. Heudricks, Iowa, and Prof. AV. L, Mayo, Texas. Mr. Jno. W. Spotts has been ele...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 July 1888

H?i'i; Hope is as tho April showors "That fraihoiis the thirsting Mowers^ tJivos lifo to tho budding leaves O'or hill and plain; Makes the fechte heart that griovo^ Grow strong again. Hopo is as tho bubbling spring, BUss to tho pilgrim's heart doth bring In tho arid desert land, Weary and long; Makes the grip of the nerveless |mnd Orow bold and strong. Hopo is ns (lid guiding star That shines from the throno afi O'er waters of trackless waves; Uencon of light To him who the ocean bravcj In gloom of iii^iit. Hope is n goMcn-hair?! r:ny lie iming with ivoillitlit and joy Helping oaeJl w.j.-Uy one up Who ftUtVIng slips; Eootbiojr \vilh draughts from life's cup The pnri lie I lips. ?./nines Liu all in. in Chicago Herald. Story of a Wedding Garment. i Those of my friends who know mc well enough to lorcgo all feelings of delicacy ami reserve in the matter, often teil mc that 1 am one of the leanest young men they ever saw in tlyir lives. When 1 walk the streets I am grieved by the rcmojks...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 3 August 1888

Clinch Yalley News , f Published Every Friday. Established In the Year I84B TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Singlo Copy,.GCcnU IljWBftil postage paid, one yonr... 81.5d By Mail, postage paid, 0 months... .75 Entered at the Post Office at Tazowoll C. H., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Tazo ? vvell county and the Court of Appeals at Wythovillo. Collecting a specialty. Lands for salo and land titles examined. r. r. 1ienry. 6. c. or aiia ai JJENRY & GRAHAM, ?TTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., "Va. Practice in tho Courts of Tozewoll RiiBsell and Buchanan Counties, Fed, eral Courts at Abingdou, and Court of Appeals at Wythovillo, Va. (ST Particular attontion paid to tho collection of claims in the above named and adjoining counties; will also pay Epecial attontion to the investigation of land titles in said counties?ub well as in tho counties of McDowell, and Mer? cer, W. Va. f./s. blair, john o....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 3 August 1888

Clinch Valley News? FRIDAY. - ? AUGUST 8, 1888. DEMOCRATIC TN KKT, VOlt PEBSIDKNT: GROVER CLEVELAND, NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: ALLEN G. THURM AN, OHIO. The old war liorsc, O'Femtll, lias been reiiominated for Congress and will be elected. One hundred thousnnd $2 bills carried Indiana for Republicanism once, but money is not so acarco nmong the people now us it was in years of Republican misrule, and that much boodle cnuuot do tho work. The Press Bays that President! Green, of the Western Union Tele graph Company, has subscribed $10,080 to the Democratic, campaign fund, and that Jay Gould has de? clared himself in favor of the re election of President Cleveland, on business grounds. The friends of tho several aspir nuts for Congressional nomination | are at work throughout the district Messrs. Buchanan and Trigg, of "Washington; Tyler, of Puhtski; Richmond of Scott, and ITideinorc, of Lee, will each have a following in the convention. The Republicans linvo based their calculation...

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