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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 18 March 1897

VOL. VI. Town and County News j Gathered" in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Hnrraan Newberry, Ksq., of Bland county, was seen on our streets Tuesday. Two more additions were made to Blue grass Lodge, I O.O.F, on Tuesday sight. Mr. Hobart .Miller.of Coeburn Va., was in town Tuesday attending county court. Mrs. W. P. Nyo still continues painfully ill. but is much better than she was a few days ago. Mr. W. K. Brooks, of Glade Spring, was in Tazewell on Tuesday and yesterday on business. Mr. F. P. i^andon has gone er.st on a business trip as the representative of Haley Ink Co. Dr. R. 1>. Hufford attended Smjth County Circuit Court 0:1 Monday and re? turned home Tuesday. Odd Fellowship is on a boom at Rich lands, Banner Lodge now has a member? ship uf seventy-seven. Miss Mamie Moss, of Burke*s Garden, has been visiting at Mr. Tobe Greever's for several days this week. Dr. .1. W. Kelly, of Big Stone Cap, was in town Monday and Tuesday on a visit to j his ioniser ...

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 March 1897

fublished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?VY? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one yenr, cash in advance . . S 1 00 Subset iptions on time. 1 60 Republican and N. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Oowespondenca solicited. The publishers of Thi Ukithi.ican arc not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dent*. Thk Kkj'CKLIcan is entered at the Post-office a Tazewell, Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, MARCH IG.I897. IT MAY BE RETARDED. Every sensible and well disposed person in the land is anxious for the approach of what some of our Democratic friends are pleased to call "the General," that is, prosperity. The fearful business depres? sion that afflicted our land daring the sec? ond administration of Mr. Cleveland lias toned down partisan politics among the people to such an extent that they are wil? ling to abandon former opinions and ac? cept any policy that will relieve the exist...

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 March 1897

HOME READING. CONTAGIOUS C??EEXCY. disease Germs Found on Coins and Bank Kotos. One of the Most Serious Keaaoea to PubUc Health?Vavrloua Wuy? in Which the (ii'ruis Are rronaferrod. Public attention has never been di? rected in i n adequate manuer to the ?dangers which exist in the careless handling oi money. Owing to its rap? idly circulating nat ure and to the many uncleanly places in which it is con? stantly King concealed and carried, .the coin oi the realm possesses advan? tages in the desseniination of in feet ions diseases not inherent in any other ob ect of public utility. For this reason it should be regarded as a possible source oi contagion at all times, and should be handled with the most se? rious consideration. But instead of ! applying sanitary or common-sense methods to the necessarily numerous j persona] contacts with the circulating medium, the majority of people show I less discretion in its use than in any | other habit of life. Business men un? consciously dampen...

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 March 1897

thatjK)etry contributed by Borneo and Juliet? Dr. T. E. Peery has returned from Graham. Last Saturday, the 13th, Miss Janou H?ge and Pearl Snapp with Mr. W. J. H?ge, accompanied Mr. Hubert Stiter to his home, on Hunting Camp. Mr. Jainee Peery and wife were visiting their brother, M. L. Peery, at Kelly, last week. Mr. Claience Wynn denies the charge of having courted the girl. Mr. Adam Bitter was seen in the Gar? den not long since. Among the visitor* present at the Circle meeting Saturday evening we noticed Revs. James Mahood and U. P. Kelly, the for? mer of Bland and the latter of Graham. Mr. J. N. Khudy has started a new en? terprise. He has just planted his farm in gourds. This is properly a Thompson Valley local. Congregational meetings seem to be reach? ing the high water mark just now at the Central church. W. S. Crockett has returned from Blue field, but he is not going to remain with us he save. The lime craze lias struck Burke's Gar? den. A dozen lime kilns are being built....

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 March 1897

VOL. VI. Town and County News Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Full line of 1 lower puts at Buston &Sons. (.'apt. Sam'l Walton, of Falls Mill, was in town Monday. Our $8,00 Cheviot sack suits for men are beauties. Hannan & Bottimore We are indebted to our friend Col John j G. Watts for a load of excellent fodder. Don't put out your garden truck too soon. We may yet have frosts and freezes. Mr. M. M. Hankins, of Busthead, was in town the ?rst of the week on important business matters. Trux B. Warren has moved into his new barbershop, a few doors east of bis former place of business. From what we can learn the town authorities will ?oon take steps to increase the water supply of tiie town. Oar flower seeds-are going fast. Come early, then you ars sure to get what you want. Buston & Sons. Grass is growing finely and a few more days of warm weather will enable cattle men to turn their cattle out to graze. Mr. W. P. Payne, one of the prom? ine...

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 March 1897

rublished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash In advance . . $ 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 15? Republican and X. Y. Tribune, one year. . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of Thi Rkpcblican arc not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. Tmk Republican is entered at the Post-o?ice a Tazewell, Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, MARCH 25,1897. THE PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. No greater political danger ever con? fronted the people of Virginia than the Constitutional Convention question, winch is to be submitted to the voters on the fourth Thursday in next May. The men who are urging that such a convention shall be called and held, offer as a primary reason the necessity for economizing in the expenses of our State government. This reason is neither an intelligent nor sincere one. The politicians who present i...

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 March 1897

HOME READING. VOICES OF CONGRESSMEN. Many Repr?sentativen Dave Won Celebrity by Lung Power. Ther e is always some one member of the house who possesses a voice far su? perior in depth and volume to that of any of the other members, which In it Rolf serves to give the member possess? ing it a certain reputa tion. In the pres? ent house, says the Washington Tost, this voice is possessed by Marriott Brosius, of the Tenth Pennsylvania dis? trict. Mr. Brosius .has a faculty of talking so hniil at times that the people Jn the galleries cannot distinguish wh:it he says. Another Pennsylvanian who possessed n similarly ]*>werful voice was the late W. P. Kellcy, commonly known iis "Pig Iron" Kellcy. In Ids day ho held the voice record against all eomcrs until ('Varies II. Van Wyck, of New York, who was afterward n sen? ator from Nebraska, appeared on the scene. His voice was oven greater than that of Mr. Kellcy. Back in the old clays the greatest voice known to congress was that of the lat...

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 March 1897

HIGHLANDS ITEMS. Your reporter will give you a few items from this place, as it has been quite a while since Kichlands has been represented in the columns of the Republican. Work on the sidewalks is progressing. Prof. Hutton is doing good work at the Old Dominion College. Prof. Todd's face is seen on the streets almost every evening after school hours. Mr. Guinn, depot agent, is able to be out again after a few weeks' illness with fever. Dr. Roberts is our local physician, and we think him first class. It will soon be time for our town to elect a new council. The present council has performed its duties well, but Buch men as Lawyer Spratt, .1. B. Crabtree, Win. Bog gis and Mr. Gardner make a team, We hope to elect them again, as the town has been dry under their administration, and I hoi>e will remain so. The Odd Fellows have a Gne lodge her?, and meet each Saturday night. Kichlands, in many respects, is up with many country towns. We have two mag? istrates, one lawyer, W. B. Spr...

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

VOL.- VI. Town and County News Gathere-I in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Full line of flower pots at Boston &Sons. Mr. Ul npman Alderson was up from Pocabontas on .Monday. Mr. J. Kd Buchanan, of Thompson Valley, was in town Monday. I grass is so luxuriant that cattle decline to eal hay or fodder wkh a relish. Our$S,00 Cheviot sack suits for men are beauties. 1 human & Bottimore Mrs. Ii. G Alderson was taken suddenly ill on Sunday night, hut is now conval? escing. Several children of Mr. M. C. McCor kie, who lives on Tazewell Avenue, arc sick with pneumonia. The Tazewell Millinery Company make Rchange in their advertisement this week, to which we call your attention. We have all kinds of garden seeds, Landreth's and Burpee's. Peery & Dodd. We are informed that Mrs. Hayncs wife of Rev. L. K. Ilaynes, is very sick, but hope she will speedily recover. This is "All Fool's Day"; and we sup pose the usual number of people will be made to suiicr from the...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 1 April 1897

SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . $ 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 50 Kcpublican and X. Y. Tribune, one year. . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of The Republican arc not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. The Rei'CBLICan is entered at the Tost-office ft Tazewell, Virginia, us second-class matter. THURSDAY, APRIL 1,1897. PROTECTION SENTIMENT GROWING. A very shrewd politician once remarked to the writer that "every man is a protec? tionist who has anything to protect." That is a very brief but forcible way of ex? pressing the truth. We will extend the thought by saying that nearly every man in the United States has something to pro? tect. The farmer, the manufacturer, the miner, the laborer, the capitalist, in fact, all classes of citizens are in a measure largely interested in the application of the doctrine of protection. As a result we find the old Democratic idea of free trade,...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 1 April 1897

Sano Mens in Sano Corpore. For the Tazkw ei.i. Republican. We live in a progressive country, in a progressive age. The demands of our higher civilization are becoming more ex? acting over body and mind. A higher status oi education in our first-class col? leges and universities is taxing the strength of the rising generation to its fullest ex? tent. If there be not a conservation oi physical vigor among our youth, deterior? ation will be the inevitable result, and a consequent failure to make the most and l?est of life. (>ur forefathers moreover have bequeathed to past generations rich legacies in noble examples of self denial; useful lessons of prudence and thrift, lives of uprightness, truth and righteousness. It is the duty and privilege of fathers and heads of families today to perpetuate to the rising generation, lessons gleaned from books, from observation, from experience. Let us again note some of the changes be? ing wrong! it among cur people in habits and customs during...

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

ton ! quar? terly meeting at Sra"flMB?^BcT7oc! house Sunday. Among .the many faces were Misses Lucie Kidd, Ella White, Becca As cae, Mabel White and Emily Ascue, and others too numerous to mention. ? Mr. Charles Repaes, of Cedar Bluff, is visiting his brother, Mr. James Kepass, of this place. It would be a good idea if the young men of Paint l.iek would keep faster time, especially on Sunday. Mr. Will Ratliff, of Belfast, was visiting his uncle, Mr. Balfour White, last week. Mr5. J. E. Ward and Miss NannieTynes spent the day with Mrs. Mary Brown, on Saturday. Zip. March 29, 1S97. Kind editor: We do not wish to usurp the privilege you have given "Zip," but we do hope you can allow Paint hick a few more inches, as we regard your valua? ble paper the best to which we can send our news. Some of our folks went to Bradshaw school house, to attend the quarterly meet? ing. They reported two excellent sermons, one indoors and one out. Sunday school was organized at this place yesterday, with...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 8 April 1897

VOL. VI. Town and County News Gathered in And. Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Capt Samuel Walton, of Falls Mill, was in town yesterday. Capt. 1?. G. Savers, of Sayersville, was in town on Tuesday. Mrs. Hose kroll is on a visit to her father. Col T. G. Witten. An infant child of Mr. M. L Peery is very ill and is in a precarious condition. Col. C. Slemp, of Big Stone Cap, passed last Saturday and Sunday with friends at this place. We have all kinds of garden seeds, Lambeth's and Burpee's. Peery & Dodd. Maj. ?. Caldwell. of Tannersville, was in town on Monday. He is an enthusiastic Republican. Dr. J. W. Waldron, of Grundy, was in town last Friday and called at the Repub? lican otlice We heat that special Easter services will l>e heid in nearly all the churches in town on Easter Sunday. We are showing a splendid line of col- ] ored shirts. We sell a nice one for 50 cents. Hannan & Bottimore. Dr. Ceo. II. Zimmerman,of Pocahontas, is in town as a witnes in th...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 8 April 1897

SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . ? 1 00 Subscriptions on time. IM Republican and S. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 20 ADVERTISING BATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of Tin; Kkitbucan arc not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by CorresjxM dents. Tni RrpoBUCAN is entered at the rost-offiec at Taxe well, Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, APRIL S, l$i>7. IT HAS PASSED THE HOUSE. HOW ABOUT THE SENATE? The Dingeley tariff bill was adopted in the House of Representatives on the ?lst ult. by a vote of 205 to Ii'-'. Of the af? firmative votes 199 were cast by Republi? cans, ? by Democrats ami 1 by a Populist. The protection given to American sugar grov ei-?, and to wool and other raw mate? rial, caused Messrs. Broussard, Davey and Myers, of Louisiana; and Messrs. Slayden and Kleberg, of Texas, to disregard the Democratic lash and vote for the bill. The large majority of Republicans in the House and the peremptory rule...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 8 April 1897

HOME READING. FINE WHITE. UNDERWEAR. Some of the Pretty Thing.* Noted la the Dry Goods Shop?. The finest articles of underwear tre made of batistev nainsook, linen lawn, dimity and silk, and are so daintily trimmed and tucked and hemstitched, so elaborately ornamented with fine laces, embroidery and satin ribbon aa to be well-nigh irresistible to the fem? inine observer. These command ex? travagant prices, but they can be imi? tated at borne at comparatively small expense. The cambric and muslin gar? ments th trimmings of Ilomburgem? broidery can be obtained at such rea? sons do prices as to make it hardly worth while to fashion them at home. The latest fancy is to have a set com? posed Of o'd pieces instead of having the tr?nmi ig match, but some beauti ful sets are si 111 shown. En night robes there is almost ?s much < le ? inee at the present time as in evening dresses, with the exception thai noi e of them open much below the jh k. The common style is the mc <. . I, \< ...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 8 April 1897

Vtl.nt EH| Bt&flwQ0Kr^W? likely tTfflfe ur.lil the 30-foot gauge would be reached. This point wag expected to be attained by Sun? day night. At 2 o'clock this afternoon the river marked "S.7 feet. Heavy rain began falling shorlly before noou, and continued for several horn's, ac? companied by a high wind. Several rain and thunder storms prevailed throughout Missouri and Southern Iowa, and these will swell the streams, which are now run? ning bank full. Telegrams to the Scrip} s-McKae Press Association, from various points in the West and Southwest, are to the effect that the situation is hourly growing worse. At Helena, Ark., rain has fallen heavily for nearly four hours, and at noon there was no indication of cessation. A Blight break occurred in the levee this morning, bat was quickly repaired. At Little Kock, Ark., rain began falling at 3:30 o'clock this morning, and at noou was still coming down in torrents. Rail* ro.id traffic from the North is badly de? layed. At New Orlea...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 15 April 1897

vor,, vi. Town and County News Gathered in And Around Town By Cur Resident And County Reporters. Nearly all the farmers are through plow? ing for corn. Onion sets and seed sweet potatoes at Bnstons & Sons The County Treasurer says the people are paying their taxes very slowly. Next Sunday will he an important day. Look out for Master bonnets and hats. l>r. Geo. 11. Zimmerman,of Pocahontas, spent Monday and Tuesday in our town. .Airs. R. K. Gillespie, of Pounding Mill, is on a visit to her mother. Mrs.O'Kceffe. The fruit has not been killed. We are of opinion that this will be a good frail year. Some fresh butter is coming to our mar? ket. It Las been very scarce for several months. Hon. A. St. Clair, of Montdale, this county, was in town on Tuesday and Wed? nesday. We wish to buy your wool, washed or unwashed, and will pay the highest mar? ket price either in goods ur cash. Harman & Bottimore. Rev. 1). 0. Baldwin, of Mercer Co. West Va. was in town the lirst days of this ...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 15 April 1897

The Tazewell Republican ^Published every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?v\? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . S 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 150 Republican and N. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 ir? ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Conv.sponUenwc solicited. The publishers of Thk Rektblicax arc uot re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Corresi>on dents. Xni RKrcm.k an is entered at the I'ost-ofllce ut Taxe well, Virginia, as secomKUiss matter. THURSDAY, APRIL 15,1S97. WHAT WE THINK OF IT. Some of our LVmocratic friends, in their elation over Democratic victories in the recent municipal elections in Chicago, Cincinnati and other Western cities, have asked us what we think about it. In all candor, we do not think it lias one parti? cle of political significance, so far as na? tional politics or questions are concerned. Mr. Bryan seems to have a different im? pression, and in a telegram to Hon. Car? ter Harrison...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 15 April 1897

HOME READING. CAGED. It woa born betuad bars, but it knew It had Wlugs, And It felt God bad meant It for happier tilings. And It sang of the joys that it never had known? Of fetterless flights over fields flower strewn, Of tho green of the forest and gold of the wheat. Of the thrill in the tree-bough touched by Its feet, Of tho fcol of a Uly-leaf brushed by its breast. And the splash of a raindrop caught on it; crest: it sang of the beauty, the rapture of flying, The palpitant air to its heart beats replying. Xau:.'i.i over, naught under, save limitless blue * And the music of wing-strokes, rhythmic and true. It sal g, ?' nd men said that Its scng was good; But not one understood. Then they brought In a wildbird, entrapped in a snare, And a day and a night held It prisoner there. And a ni ;ht and a day, unbelieving, dis? traught. With Im] ^siMs fate for Its freedom it fought, though .: bled at the breast blindly beat? ing the bars As if strength of desire should force way to the sta...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 15 April 1897

ENTERING THE GARDEN. Make It Easy for the Women and Children of the Family. The garden gate is often neglected. Often it is a large gate to admit a double team with plow or wagon. More oftew it is a pair of bars that must be climbed over, let down or crowded through. If the gate to your garden is like cither of these described it would be a good idea to mnjic a pair of steps as shown in the accompanying illustra? tion. It can be easily made with a few inch boards and short bits of 2x4 BETTER TIT AX A TOOR GATE, scantling or stakes cut from the wood pile. Many fanners have fields surround? ed by wire fences. These fields are .often crossed on foot, and many a step saved by avoiding the entrance gate; this is especially true in tho winter time when the children arc going to school. The wire fence is no respect? er of clothes, and many a little girl is made sad by tearing her bright new gown while trying to get through one, and many a weary mother sighs as sho Hakes up the rent trouser...

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