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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 February 1889

6 c ?Clinch Valley NewsJ Published Every Fhiday. Established In the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy,.5 Cents j By Mail postage paid, ono year... S1.5? ? By Mail, postage paid. 0 mouths... .75 Eutored at tho Post Ollioo at Tsizewell C H., as second class matter. - <, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. II. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. n. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Tase ?wcll county and the Court of Appeals at Wytheville. Collecting n specialty. Lauds for 'sule aud lund titles examined. V. s. BLAUl, john <3. watts. Late Alto. Gen. Lato U. S. Murshall. J?LAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, i Tazewell c H., Va. Will practice their iirofcssion in all the Courts of Tazewell CnuiHy. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both | countv aud Circuit. _I i. !. pulton, s- at. n. cooLuxa, Lito Circuit Judge, County Judge, Wythovillo, Ya. Tazewell C.U.Vs. JpULTON & COULLINQ, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice iu tho Circ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 February 1889

Thero is still a State bounty in Ver? mont of fifty cents for every dead fox. Whenever the German Kaiser appears in public, tho loyalty of tho Bcrliucrs takes very demonstrative expression. Tho f.ntin league, which nims to de? tach Italy from tho triplo alliance, is openly advocated by SpuuUh politicians. The number of births every yen'r in France appears to bo actually diminish, ing, eveu with a slowly increasing popu? lation. _ Tho salmon canneries in Alaska do not amount to more than a dozen, and uro located from fifty to one handled miles opart, and near tide water. A school of forestry has been opened ?at Akhnlt/.ik, In tho Caucasian provinces, to instruct otticinls charged with check? ing the destruction of Russian forests. A colored National Convention to ho held in Washington City is talked of. The New York Pre** thinks it will mark a new ern of prosperity for the colored men of the South. A man who steals one or two sheep is Supposed to be a low-down chap, but the Texan rec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 February 1889

AGRICULTURAL TOPICS OP INTERESTRKIjATIVE TO KAHU AND QA11UEN. To Pit Potatoes. 1'irst clean tlio ground und pile up tho 'potatoes in a cone; then place ryo straw on the cone with butts on tho ground: then dig n trench all round tho pile and put the earth on the straw till'vou get to the top of tho cone; then leave a small part without earth for ventilation through the tops of the straw where they meet together. Place stiaw on the earth, and put straw ropes on to hold it in place. Over all put a straw cap,made by putting n baud on a bundle of straw near the butt and putting it on tho cone, fixing it in place with straw ?ropes. To make tttcropesa wisp of straw is put round the end of a hand rake, turn thu rake, spin the roj e, and when long enough take tho loop oil the rake and peg it to the ground, l'a^s tho rope round and over the cone. Tho potatoes always keep well.?New York Ueialil. Si t aw .Shelters. Straw as a material for stock sltoltcrs has these favorable qualities: It isa ve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 February 1889

?liii?h Valley News. FRIDAY, r~ ! FEH. 8, IS.VJ. TO VISIT THE SOUTH. Tin: Toun of th_ Nortberx Iron .Men to Dixiks Land. About twenty gentlemen will leave New York for lite South, vi? the Pennsylvania ltuilroud, at 1:30 p. ui. mi Monday, wlioae visit to that see j liou will 'jo u notable event. The party Ims been orguuir.cd by .Mr. Ex. Norton, president, of I he Louisville i aud Nashville Railroad, who in the I tiont oi tliu occasion. In this capacity he will be Hup-| ported by Mr. Milton H. Smith, tho] Vice President of the mad. Too ob ; jeet of the trip has boon already mi | nouueed in tliu Slur. It is \ u t null. a recon iioiunucu of the new industrial South and its railroads by leading .?Ol llieru iron and steel luuuufaclui era mill financiers. The personelle of the party is iu ; foresting. It. will iiielodu Messrs. . Benjamin C. Clark and Samuel Thunum of the Thomas Iron Cum , puny, the largest, of anthracite iron producer*! in the country. Mr. An iiraw Carnegie, who is the for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 February 1889

ertlich Valley News. I'TUD?yT - - -~~ PER 8, 1889. 0 ?_m__i ??? Ii." i ? ? ^?^. LOCAL AJYD G EX ELIA L NEW? BRIEFS. Rev. Jos. Stra? is back from a short visit to his orange groves in Florida. The ground hog saw his shadow hist Saturday if the suu did not; blind him. A well written communication from ? Emory will be foil ml elsewhere in I to (lay's paper. Yesterday was a good day for t hose who had been for so long ' con- ] tetunlating their empty Ice hcnises. | Cohurn, the man who committed a murder while drunk, at Pncuhontas, got 12 years iti the penitentiary at! llii^tmn of court. jiff's. Lyons' 'departure for Hlifc-! held will meet with universal rcjtret hero. Her place In social and music! circles will be hard to fill. Gen. J. A. Walker bus accepted the \ ice Presidency of Iho Florence (Ma.) Laud and Improvement Com pany, at a Biliary of S? 0 10. The work of tearing down the old Lil.ihy Prison, Iticlunnnd, preparu lory to its removal to Chicago, will he commenced about the 15th ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 February 1889

WHEN LOVE PASSED BY. I was busy with my ploughing, > When Love pnsso 1 by. "Como," Bho crie.l, "forsnko thy drudging; Lift's delights nro fow nnd grudging; Wlint liatli ninn ot ull Ills striving, AU Iiis planning nnd contriving, Hero beneiith tho sky? When the grave oik-s to receive him, Wcnltli and wit and honors leave him? Lovo oudurcs for aye!'' But 1 answered: "I am ploughing. When with straight and oven furrow All the Hold is covered thorough, I will follow." Love parsed by. I was busy with :;>y sowing, When Love passed by. "Como," she criod, "give o*or thy toiling; 1'nr thou molt thou hast hut moiling:? Follow me, whore moadowi fertile Bloom unsown with roso and myrtle. Laughing to the sky: Laugh for joy the tboutantl flowers Birds and bro ilts? th? laughing hoare All unnoted fly." But ! nnsworoil: "1 nm sowing. When my acres all arc planted, Gladly to thy realm enchanted 1 will follow." I.ovo pis-- rf by. 1 wen busy with my reaping, Ween love o-.s 11 by....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 February 1889

CARNIVALS. OniOix am> POPULARITY OP ?HOVELS THE "VVOIUjDS OVEH. First. Mn<lo Pantous by tlio Italian! ? .\'?>w Established Events lit Mirny bands? Mnrdl Ciras" ami ico Carnivals. Perhaps the most :clebratctl carnivals of the world arc those of Itnlv, that hiud o! blue skies and brilliant vcrdne bciug especially suitable lor out-door sports, lo which tho light, idle nature- of tho Italian ibid* great pleasure. In Italy carnival tune commences each year ou the day following feast of r.p.plianv, on tho Ith of January, and ?asts until midnight of shrove Tuesday. These Itonian carnivals in the olden tune, were not only occasions for-re o th? ings nnd fest mi g but also grout sources of revenue to the city, us thousands of foreigners annually Hocked thither to witness the festivities, thus materially iucreasing trade ill a i directions. i.veil luV Government did uot disdain such advantages, ami lent aid in assisting tho permanent uud regular return of carn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 February 1889

, The leaven of annexation is working En Canada._ { ? Tho United States is rapidly forging '-ahead as a first-class maritime power. ; Germany is said to be very mad he ?cause France is londing money to Russia, ' Philadelphia has just consecrated a church for deaf mutes?tho only one in ?the world._' In the North eloquent stump speakers nro now known as "spcll-bindcrs," after an organization recently started iu Now York. Hop growing is on the decline in Eng? land, tho nrea devoted to that crop in ISSS being eight por ceut. less than dur? ing 1887. _ After nil tho sanitary engineers have done, the average mortality of the cities is twenty-live per cunt, greater than that of the country. There lias been no time in the history of this country, asserts tho Omaha Herald, when assassination was more rampant than now. According to cflicial inlormation tho 8oudnn trade before the troubles with the Mnhdi's Arnb followers began was ?worth $10,000,(100 a year to England. The present Georgia Legi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 February 1889

fcJlinch '? Valley/News, Published Evkry Friday. Sstafoilaheti Ityftie Year 1845 y TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: fciuglo Copy,.:.5 Cents By Mail postageTnid, one yonr... ?l.Gu By Mail,po8tagopaid, G months-.. .75 Eutored at the Post Olfico atTazowoll C H., as second class matter. PROFOTJSSIONAL CARDS. ^C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C H. Va. "Will -practice in the Courts of Taze ~woll county rind the Court of Appeals at "Wythovillo. Collecting a specialty.' Lauds for salo aud laud titles examined. S. s. blaik, john o. watts. Late Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. J^LAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS AT-LAW, Tazewell C. Hi, Va. Will practice their profession in nil the Courts of Tozewoll Cuunty. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both couutv and Circuit._ I. n. 70ltox, s- si. n. coui.t.ino, Lato Circuit Judge, County Judgo, Wythovillo, Ya. Tazowcl] O.U.Va. "PULTON & COULLINQ, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practico in tho Circuit CourtB of Tazewell county....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 February 1889

So many troei ?TO being cat down bj lumbermon in tho forests of Georgia,, that an exchange thinks it is not likoly that tho noxt generation -will too much cf tho plno belt of that state. Tho Courier-Journal says that no fact of tho last twenty -fivo yoars has had auch a widespread iciluonco on the de? velopment of Amoricaa industry at. that iron can bo mado In the south tor lost than $9. Tho Vermont Logislaturo having re? fused womon tho right to voto in mu? nicipal eloctions, certain womon have toot in a potition declaring that "toxa. tion without representation is tyranny,** and asking to havo all tsxos removed from property owned by womon. Now that many railroad linos nro complying with Stato laws to boat their cars with steam from tho locomotives, it is discovered that,ia caso of a smash up tho passengers can bo cooked by tho hot steam ns wall as they could bo cro matod by tho flamos. Cardinal Gibbons has ondorsed tho petition to Congress for a law prohib? iting Sunday work in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 February 1889

AERIAL CARRIERS. Fast Flying Birds Made to Do Duty as Messengers. Rapid Growth of the Carrier Pigeon Industry. JTo want an extent tho sport of pig* ooa fifing has recently developed is only realized, soys tho New York World, by a glanca at tho many pigeon clubs. Tho sport has growa popular during tho past few years, and now many are making uso of pigeons for aondiag lot tors. At tho prosont timo thoro aro about 600 o'.ubs in thii couatry. In Europe thoro aro moro than 0000 clubs devotod to tho sport of plgooo flying. In this country tho majority of tho j^lubs bolong to tho Amorican Fedora sVioa of Pigeon Flyors with koad quar? ters in Philadelphia. This society is modo up of two representatives from occh Club, who elect a Prcsidoot, Yicc Prosidont, Troa-uror, Secretary nnd an Exocutivo Committee. Tho Federation is established on a sound basis, and among its members aro ownors of tho most famous birds in tho cjuitry. - Probably tho host birds in America at tho prosont timo nro Calume...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 February 1889

y tv . LY, ? ? - Pill?, i?, J.S" :*. Col. John S. Mo-by in sriw to havo boon ofwedloe command of (bo armies of China wb'le ho was Cousul to Houg Kong, but declined. It is given out that Col. C. T. O'Fei all is williug iO accent the nomiuatiou of ibu Deuiociu?? pci'ty for Governor. A Uuermuu never lived. A. E. Stephensou, nt pieseut fnsl nssisiuut I'outuiasler Geaeru1, hxi been uoiuiiuued to the Seouio io be Associate Justice of the l?Vp.eiue Court of the Disiiiet of Co' 'titbi.i. Mr. S. is held in high o tteetu by Jle publicillis US well ns Democrats and certainly will be confii'.ned. The President lias approved the bill just passed by Conf ess making tho Dcpartuieat of AjjncuUi1 o an Executive Doiinrlmont, aad has now inatcd Nonuao J. Cole.u ui, picscnt C'omujissiouer of Agiicul litre, for this placo in the Cabinet. We pre sumo the Senate tvi I not hesitate lo confirm the nomination. It is quite oa ly to begin a c.iiivnss of eligible mon fo: n 8i.nle ticket for November's election....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 February 1889

Clinch Valley News. -g-mfofi-*. FRIDAY, . . . FEB. 15,1889. LOCd l ?jYI) '~gejTeujil Jv'E H S BRIEFS. The tiuno soldiers wabbled on the Huigravo Square last nftcr ( uoun. The travelling boar show got Jell on tho stif et yesterday?streut gamins eal! for something new. Foil SALK ?A second hand piauo in good order. *4.) cash or $00 ou easy payments. Inquire at this ol liuo The wreck on the X. & W. near Pcanslnug was fatal only as to the . engineer ol' oue train?Mr. Linde mood. A Solution of the water problem by the council of. tho town, ol Wvtheville might be louml by ref eienoe to the books of Mie Recorder .of tint Jefferson vi) le Board of Alder? men. Mr. George A. Sei gle. inunnger of the United States Fish Hatchery nt this place, left hist night with t wo thousand carp fitigcrliugs, for Jacksonville, Fla ?Wytueville En? terprise. I. Frank & Co. have just .received and opened I he handsomest display of Gents' Neckwear ever seen in our city. Latest style, both...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 February 1889

The Slaelcamtth and the Daisy. Among the daisies sbo nestled down, And pluoking one tiny bud, She peeped through bor lashos of bazal brown At its beautiful crimson hood. Then shaking the dow from its bonny head Sko lifted it up to "bor lips. And whispered his nanio with a cheek as red As the bloom on Us fragrant tips. "1 love, I Iovel" and her volco grow blaud As tho breero from tho gcntlo south; "I lovo, I lovof'?but. a strong brjwn hand Was laid on bor smiling mouth. "You Jove, you love!" and tho brown hand twined Through tho waves of her sunny hair. "They lovo, thoy lovol" eang tho tell-talo wind, Through tbo locks of tho whispering pair. Tho shy wco daisy was borno away From tho fluttering girli'h breast, And tho rough smith smiled as it coyly lay In tho cronso of his opon vest, As though it woro gracing tho loneliest placo In tho forgo where he gayly toiled; H smiled through tho snioko with its swoot round faco. Till its leaves woro all smeared and soiled. Up went his sledgo wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 February 1889

UND OF WONDERS. URIOUS CUSTOMS AND RARE SIGH78 IN SI AM. Giving Mio Dead to tho Vnltnres An Expensive < 'romm loa ? Iloau 11 fu^Toimtles?Curious Ventures ; of tho City of Bangkok. Hon. Jacob T. Child, United Statei Minister to Siam, who recently passed through r-an Kraucisco on his way to Bangkok, Siam, in conversation with s Chr.nicU representative rotated to h'un s great many interesting facts about th? customs of Siamese and their country. Mr. Child said: "Siam is a laud ol ?wonders. Many of tho customs seem shocking to us, aud yet the people are highly civilized. But the civilization ol mil Oriental lands dilTcrs in so many ways from ours, at first one is likely to look upon any variation from our West? ern customs ns barbaric. One of their most shocking practices is the wuy they dispose of the bodies of poor people and ciiminnls after death. Every Sinmcro whoso friends pay the ccmation fco of about $1 is cremated, but thcicarcmany poor pcoplo who cannot secure even t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 February 1889

OOE'S G0ODHEH8. BT JOHN DB WITT, So? bricht t ho sunshine mini to be, The toft, ?Uli au- lmprossos mo With twa, tor Ulm -who lots mo *o?> finch love end bounty ruro. My eoal within mo toomg to burn, 1 long to llvo that I may learn To try, and make eonio sllgbt return I For ail my Father's coro. \ Freud thoughts o( self I'll cast aside, 1 Humility I'll try, not prido; I I'll tokotho Bibio lor my guide, ' And livo tor God and matt. l et, I am weak and I may (all, ? My efforts jirovo of no arall, : And mako mo bitterly bowall j That ovor I began. 1 Kot so, Ohl latthloss soul. To-day 1 God -will tiro vide for you a way If you'll but tr^st him and will riaj iorholp and iiioroy Book, j His prcsouco always is most felt Whou at tbo crose wo'vo humbly knolt, Our prido all gouo, with cold ho&rt uiolt? 1 Ackuowlcdmg wo'ro woak. j Ho kuow onr woaknoss and ho gave I Hie bost loved sou that Ho might Bavo j Us. both from death and from the grave Uy coiKiuoriue our worst foou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 February 1889

Olinch Valley/NfcwsJ ruiii.taiiuD Every/s?tsn>ay. featafr.tBhetK in the Yoar 18451 TERMS <0"F SnBS^broTPTION: j?inglo'Copy,-......t.6 Cents /By Ifail'postage paul,'orro year... Sl.Bd &y Mail, postage paid,'6 Months... .70 Entered at tho FosfOffioe nt Tazowell . C H:, os second class matter. ? ^PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Xll ?- ALDBRSON, " ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tabewell C. H. Va. "Will practice in the Courts of Tnze ^well county and the Court of Appeals at "Wythevillo. Collecting a specialty.' TLundi? for M'.ln and land titles examined.' *Ts" BLAItt, JOHN a. WATTS. Late A tto. Gen. Lato ?. S. Marshall. J^LAIRtfc WATTS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewt.ll C. H., "Va. "Will practice their profession in all the Courts of Tazowell County. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both uountv and Circuit. _ ?. b. foi.ton, b. si. d. coulono, Lato Circuit Judge, Conuty Judge, Wytliovillo, Yn. TozowoU O.H.Va. FULTON & COTJLLINO, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 February 1889

<1W? /There are over 800 maids and widows nn New York City whose fortunes range trom $100,000 to $15,000,000. j Rov. II. O. Du Boso says if wo could put n thousand missionaries into Japan immediately, wo should seo "a nation born in a day." ! Every echool-houso in Nebraska aud Dakota has been Bupplicd with an extrn ??tove, extra wood and n stock of pro? visions to be used in caso of a blizzard. Tho "Queon's Pipe" is tho nomo of a furnace in which a contraband tobacco that has been confiscated in England is burned. Fomo $20,000 worth was thus "'smoked" lost year. ? Tho co-oporntivc movement known as tho Colored Farmers' Alliance appears to be growing. It has begun tho publica? tion of nn olhcinl organ nt Oxford, N. C, called tho Alliance- Adcoca'.o. The discovery hns just beon made that Daniel Boone was once a member of tho ?Virginia Legislature. Iiis many biog? raphers never suspected it, and it wus reserved for a uewspapor man to bring it to light._ ' There is still much...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 February 1889

DOES ANY ONE KNOW t Does any one know what's In your heart and ruino, Tho sorrow and song, Tho demon of ein and the angol divine, The right and the wrong; Tho dread of tho darkness, the love of day, Tho ebb nnd tho flow Of hope and of doubt forever and aye. Does any ono know! Does any ono dream of tho lovo that is yours, Tho heart that Is mine; "Tho depth and tho width of tho cup which, each pours Of richest rod wine: <Of tho bato that is dark as the midnight of grief. The anguish and woe, "The doubt clouds of halting and blind unbo Uof. Does nnyjono know I Does any ono see what wo hare In tho heart To love and to bate; 'Of life's overy motive on intricate part, Of chance and of fate; 'The mem'ry of kisses, of starlight, of songs, Of roses and snow, ' Of womon\i swoot oyos, of prayers and of wrongs, Does any-one know! -Docs any ono hearkon to music of bolls, And tho sigh of the sen, .And tho whisper of woodlands that murmurs and swells For you and for mo; ' Tho sound of f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 February 1889

Clinch Valley News. Vli 1 DAY, - - - I'iilJ. 22, issa' Wo have ttikuu advantage of tin* absolute dearth of local news to make a Bnrt of industrial uituibcr of tins issue, that our readers luiiy learn of various railroad and other movements in the South now at? tracting so much attention from the business world. There is a general feeling prevalent that the next yen* or two will witness the inutigura tion of hitherto unparalleled devel? opments in the Southwe.-t. and it is greatly to bo desired that onr own people should bo in the front of the movement. It is at least, well to keep an eye open to the main chance and to give proper encour? agement to every undertaking that would tend lo the enlargement of the Held of opportunity. Tho roporl of the proposed con? solidation of the Louisville and Nash? ville with the West Point Terminal Co., in doubtless without foundation. The Block of the L. & N. is not. held by any parties in siiilicieut tjnniility lo ctiablo them to effec...

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