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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 April 1889

Clinch Yalley News,' PuBVI8nED every friday. Established In the Year 1845 TEitMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Oopy,.C Cents By Mn&l postago paid, one year... SL5? By Mc.il, postage p:dd. 0 months... .75 Entered at tbo Post Office at Tazowell C. H., as second class matter. .^PROFESSIONAL CARDS. TLT C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H. Va. "Will practice in tho Courts of Tnxo ?woll county and tho Court of Appeals at "Wythevillo. Collecting a specialty.' Lauds for sale and land titles examined. st. s. BLAIIl, john o. watts. Lute Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. TD LAIR & WA'ITS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazeweu, C. n., Va. Will practice their profession in nil the Courts of Tazewell Cuuuty. Cnpt. Blair will attend all tho Courts?both country and Circuit._ i. ii. fulton, 8- k. b. coullimq, Late Circuit Judge, County Judge, Wythovillo, Yn. Tazowell O.H.Ya. pULTON & COULLINQ, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. - Will practico iu tho Circuit Courts of Tazo...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 April 1889

Politically, nccordlng to closo observ? ers, France is in a snarl. The Indian youth are to ho educated, whether thoy wish it or not. Up to the last few years, tho growth of population in the West hau uccn ra])id enough to keep pace with railway exten lion. _____________ Emperor William, in his lust speech from tin; throne, announced that deposits in German savings batiks had inctcascd by $50,000,000. Prom having the dirtiest city in tho United Status Pittsburg has become ono of tho cler.ucst, the change being duo to tho burning of natural gas in place of coal._ A correspondent of the New York TVorM makes the discovery that the let? ter A appears in the name or every Presi? dent the country bus had, except iu that of Johu Tyler. - i That is a largo flguic?$P-',?1fl0,O0O,-. D00. That rcnrcseiits the actual value of the real estate of New York, mid is an increase of nearly 2.4 per cent, over thnt of the previous year. Some idea of how tar in advance the monthly mngazincs arc mado up ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 April 1889

THE VALENTINS 'At u counter richly laden With St. VnUmtine's choice so'nn-'U Stands a very charming inahlou In the shaggiest of bonnets; "Her love-locks nnd her tres3es Appear a halo golden. ?While tho stylo in which she dresses Is extremely quaint and o'.den. 'She inspects tho glowing trensures. Silken, fringed and satin banners, And scans their nriient measures In the gracofulest of manners. Now und then n saucy Cupid Pleases this bowitching critic, But tho versus are too stupid For a tasto so analytic. 'O'er forget me-nots and roses Lifts a butterfly she wavers, Till the honoy oao discloses Troves tliu dantiest of flavors. 'With this nectar Love insnarcs her, And lie holds her in possession, And he tempts tier and he dares her To the fo,lowing confession: "If I had t!:o brush of Wuttoau, And tho wisdom of tho sage-s, 1 could paint a worthy motto On this loveliest of pages; Hut no trnt>r heart is lwuting Than the heart which beats for you, love; So I send a simple greet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 April 1889

Clinch Valley News, Friday"?' """"-ai"i?i'rCi^'J. TIIE VIliGlNlA liAlLuOAJJS. Tho report of thr> railroad commis? sioner for 1888 shows that there arc 3,256.11 miles of inuiii railroad Hues mid brunches iu Iho State, of which 1)0.32 were constructed during tho year. Tho number of corporations operating or owning these lines is x). Tho following shows tho not earnings of somo of tlio r?ads for nine mouths: Alexaudia and Washington,;"? miles; capital stock. $300,01)1); net earnings, $0,883 (?7. Norfolk and Western, 569 miles: capital stock, $29,000,000; net earning*, $815,472 73. Virginia Mid land,' UK) wiles; capital Block, 84, .)i.!0,0t!0: net earnings, $34.201.07. Richmond and Dauviile, 15-1 miles; capital stock, $5,000,000; net earn? ings, ?367,722.48. Kiehiuoud, Fred cricksburg and Potoinuc, SI miles; ?"t[iil:il Btock, $2,001,850; not earn? ings, 8193,920.11 Uiuhiuoiid, Frod ei ioksburg und Potomac connection ]?} miles; cupital slock, $140,000; net earnings, $20,735.50...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 April 1889

j mr.?i^naa^riYTii-jirT.-t-.r.-.vr .t ninas Clinch Valley News. KUI?Iy, - r~. april 6.1889. LOO 4L AND GEA1 EliAL NE WS BRIEFS. Professor Kreglue is back from a Week's absence. Miss Jesse O'Kecfe. daughter of Dr. James O'Keefe, is quite ill. Prayer meeting at the Y. M. C. A. rooms each Sunday at 3:30 p. in. Mr. J. V. Kelly's youngest child bus been very ill lor some days. Coutractor Wollr. is hustling with the foundation of the u?w church. A regular business meeting of the Y. M. O A. will be held ou tfri day, April 5. Mr. James Ed. Pecry and his moth havc returned from an extended visit to California. Miss Eva Thompson is reported seriously ill at the home, o. her mother in the Cove. A semi annual dividend of one nnd a half percent, is declared on Norfolk and Western stock. Mr. lt. M Baldwin has been ap? pointed loa position mi (he railway mail service on the N ?.v W. The Senate filially telus-d to eon firm the. appointment of .\lnrat Hid stead as Minister to (.lei many. Th" bigness...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 April 1889

HIS VALENTINE, Love, at your lioor youug Cupid stands And knooks for you to conio: Tho frost is in his foot aad bands, His lips with cold aro numb, Grant him admittance, sn-eotheart miuo, And by your chocring Uro Ills llj? shall loosen as with wine And speak forth my desire. Ho left mo not an hour ago, And when the rascal wont Barofooted out into tho snow I asked him wbither bunt. Quoth bo: "To her whoso face Is like A garden full ol flowors, To bcr whose smilos liko sunlight striko Across tho wiator hours." No moro he said, nor need of more Hud I to know. I know His path lay straight unto your door? That faco bolonjrs to you. "Godsj.osd," I cried, "nnd give her this When you her face shall tco;" And on his lips 1 sot a kiss, A Valentino from mo! ?frank D. Sherman, in the Century. Blondcl, the Minstrel. Bv fhkdbkick w. pbausox. In the gloaming ol a summer day, \ when nature seems to slumber, when soft, sly shadows creep stealthily, ever lengthening: whou the birds aro cooing sweetly...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 April 1889

MODERN SAMSON. The careru of" a urjiarka BIjM A9115r K' A n '-! ant. Ulilhf. Foot Tall. With a Unity Iri Proportion?-nil BxtriiorUlnnry Biivnaih-A Victim to Sharp' orw a:id Dissipation. Tho first record wo huvo of Charles Freeman, tho subject of this sketch, is that ho appeared among other laborers on ,n western canal about tho year 1810, whero h's extraordinary strength and Stature uttructed much attention. Freemen is said to huvo been at that time eight feet tall and lohave measured three loet across the shoulders. His arms whero they sprang from his chest wcro as largo us u medium-sired man's body, and they tapered down to n bund not less than thtee inches in thickness, whilo his list could only, bo compared to a sledge-hammer in si/e and strength. His age was thou seventeen years nnd ho was still growing in bulk. Ho re? ceived the wages of an ordinary work? man, but his extraordinary strength diode him a most destructive one. Such *vTitun should have hud giattt's tools made on p...

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

VAUWTXHS. VEHSr.3, OTTPtD TBIUWlaAltT. ??Takohoedl ToJc.beedl Icom?withspeed, U'I*or Vtu just dow Ktnrax my bow; IMy quiver is full; If the oh.aft I pull, L Some arrow may hit, you know. fjoh, poll owayr 1" did the main on say; ?%43?or'whoVI be the coward to mind ^bow that is strung by a coward bo young, ("i? Who In both of hi? eyes is blindf" STha how he drew, and tho shaft it flew, i \'A'nd the maiden was hoard to cry, I'^hCtohe this dart from my wounded uoart, fvilJqar Cupid, or else I diel" He said, as he smiled, "I am but a child I And could have no power to find With both of my eyes where the dart now lies, lVAnd you know, dearest maid, X am blind," ?Mrs. J. Shepherd, A nOSOAND TO IIIS WIFE. Twos not tho moonlight and tho rose, Tho days of June in old lang syne; That brought mo suppliant to your feet. Fraying to bo your Valentino. Tbeso soberer days tho blossoms blow . Ab fragrant as in old lang syne, And still in spirit and in truth I pray to bo your Valentino. ?Mrs. T. JV. D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 April 1889

Clinch Valley News, r Published Every Friday. Established in the Year 1845 TERM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION: Biiogle Copy,..v,.5 Cents By Mail postage paid, one your... $1.5fl fey Mail, postagepaid, 0months... .75 Entered at tho Post Office at Tazewell O. II., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Tg C ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. n. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Taze? well county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythovillo. Collecting a specialty. Lauds for salo and hind titles examined. p. 6. olair, john q. watts. Lato Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. J?LAIR & WATTS, n ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. IL, Va. Will prnctico their profession In all the Courts of Tazewell Cnunty. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courts?hoth rountv and Circuit. ?. o. fulton, b- m. i). coullino, Lato Circuit Judge, County Judgo, Wythovillo. Yo. Tuzowoll O.lLVa. "PULTON & COULLING, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice in tuo Circuit Courts of Tazowell county. S. M....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 April 1889

I Jay Gould is laid to have control of 'more than two hundred thousand inilea of railroad. j Mr. Obcrly, Commissioner of Indian [Affairs, thinks that Indians should ho trained to.labor. j Louisiana furnishos alouc onc-scventh of our sugar. Her crop in 1883 was 350,000,000 pounds. Boston still leads all other cities in this country iu tho magnitude of its transactions in wool. Tho debt of tho Dominion of Canada increased last year from $227.914,770 to $23J,5t:?,358. There was an increase in tho cost of nearly every branch of tho public service. Plymouth Church, in Brooklyn, paid llonry Ward Bccchcr a salary of t)30, 000. It pays his successor $10,000, and at the cad of last year had but i?23 left in the treasury. Among the names suggested as substi? tutes for North and South Dakota wo note particularly the following: Tcton, Ogalala, Ponka, Sanc:ia, Pcmblna, An? kam, Hcdatsa, Tsanti, Amati. Tho Providence Journal thinks that Communism as a remedy for Boulangor ism, recommended by Gcno...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 April 1889

THE ALUKIND MOTHER. 1/0, whatever is at hand Is full meet for the demand: Hat uro ofttimes givoth best W hon 8ho seometh char tost. She hath slrapcn shower ami sun To ths neod of overy one? Bummer bland and winter droar, Dimpled i>ool and frozen mere. All thou lackest sho hath still, Near thy finding and thy filL Ylolds her fullest faith, and sho "Will endow thoo royally. Loveless wood and lilv fair :She atlendeth, here und there? Kindly to tho weod as to Tho lorn lilly toarod with dew. Bach to her hath usj a; dear As the other; an thou clear "Thy cloyed senses thou may'st sea Haply till tho mystory. ' Thou slialt soo tho lily get Its divinest blossom; yot ? Shall tho wood's tip bloom no less With tho song-bird's gleefulness. Thou art poor, or thou art rich? . Never lightest mattor which: All tho glad gold of tiro noon, All tlio silver of tho moon, fShodotli lavish on thoo, whilo Thou withholdest any smilo Of thy grutitudo to hor. Baser used than usurer. Shame ho on theo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 April 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, ?- - APRIL 12, 1881). DEVELOPMENT. Owing to tho position of Eastern Kentucky with rofnronco to .South west Virginia, all railroad develop merit in tho former section is of spe? cial interest to our own people. The prospect of several western connec? tions for Virginia roads through this seotion is fluttering, and tho value of such connections is very apparent. Kentucky is making wonderful pro? gress and wo aro glad to be her near neighbor. Tho roads reported by I lie Com mission ns under construction uro as follows: Tho Kentucky Midland, from Frankfort to Paris, a distance of 40 miles, is being pushed with great en? ergy. The Pinevillo and Cumberland Gap extension of the Louisville, and Nash? ville, a distance of 14 miles (exclusive ! of tho work to bo performed in the: tunnel nt tho Gap, which is .'1.700 j feet long). This rond will he com-1 ploted by the Brst of August. The Lexington extension of the I Louisville {Southern, which must be; completed, und...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 April 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY,- - . ? APRIL 12. 1880. LOC&L AWD GEMERAL NE WS BRIEFS. Mr. J. H. Alexander made a Vis? it tu iiieuds this week. Mrs. J. C. Rawn came up from Blucfield Wednesday. Prayer meeting at tho Y. M. C. A. roums each Sunday at 3:30 p. in. Forest Urea have been quite fie queut iu the county during the week. The Tazowell County aud Clinch Valley Laud Agency, issues this Week n list of lands for sale. The trial of Wallace and Robin sou for tho killing of Mm an was again postponed on Wednesday. The Sunday School of the Pres liytcrinn church will be held iu the Y. M. C. A. rooms until further no? tice. A telegram from Big Stone Gap to Mr. H. W. pobst announces the death there of his brother, Air. J. L. Pobst. the friends of Captain A T. Ward and his family are pained to hear of tho death of his daughter, Miss Rosa. Miss Byrde May is still ill from the effects of an overdose of medi? cine. Her condition was very pre carious ou Friday last. Under the law. as t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 April 1889

THECOLDTHATCHEW BY SHASTA TOWN. From Shasta town to Redding town The ground is torn by minors, dead; The iimnuinitn, rank and red, Drop3 dusty berries up nnd down Their grossrgrown trails. Their silent minus Aro wrapped In chnppnrol and vinos; Yet ono gray minor still sits down ?Twlxt'Redding and sweet Shasta town. Tho quail-pipes pleasantl v. Tho hnro Leaps caroless o or tho golden ont That grows below tho wntor moat; Tho Hrnrd basks in sunlight there. The brown hawk swims tho perfumed nlr Unfrlghtcnod through tho lifelong day; And now nnd thon n curious ls?ar Comos shullting down tho ditch by night. And leaves some wide, long tracks iu clay So human-like, so stealthy light. Where one lone cabin still stoops down 'Twixt Kidding nnd snoet Shasta town. That great graveyard of hopes! of mon Who nought lor hidden voins of gold; Of voung men suddenly grown old? Of old mon dead, despairing when Tho gold was just within their hold. That storied hind, whereon tho light Of other days gleams...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 April 1889

THE OLD CHURCH. The Albany (Go.) fVeics pays: Tho follow? ing lines by nn unknown author was found written on tho crumbling walls of tho old Blandford church of PctersbuiV, Va., la 1841. Tho church was built in im A* far as tbo iYsws and Advertiser can learn, they havo never appeared in print, but their beauty and pathos drsorve preservation. Tbe circumstances of th;ir coming to light, and the fact that they nro still anonymous, reminds ono of tho beautiful lines found at? tached to a skeleton in tho British Museum, and which overy utl'ort wcs mado to llud the author, without avail: Tbou art crumbling to tho dust, out pilo Thou art hastening to thy fall, And around thcoia thy loneliness Clings tho ivy to tho wall. The worshippers nro scattered now Who kuolt hoforo thy shrine, Aud siluuco roigus where anthems roso In days of "Auld Lang Syne." Anil sadly sighs tho wandering wind Where oft in years gonoby, Prayers rose from many hearts to 1 lini, The highest of tho high. Tho tramp of m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 April 1889

BYOOMIIS. rjoubts and fears that ' To Witet^ftrW of .TotJ^s?ht^uhkin J arid d & tt^SS** of tWnist i ^r#Uxr*70u^\rtbiiory we roBol, ?* * pi i eWo.b^o'.omTrr^your fooljjdi d% 1 3rTD^nx*?,f\f^ onr'heVrts you d?oU-" ?o**1 ' rioS^^rJea^.Ryg'orij^ ?"? i Sut 0li^3(p\}oyoL?srriu\f3 and'tears^*'' '. ? ' , ^dejrasrints fjmd arVl pleasl^ije^ptist.; f& ^So hjot^o? otvllfo's firet'^dding ye?r?,'' *- -v,: H gloves tUktasemed t\o bright .tb '?tiSt:?" 3S> cVflKr^eS>'h^((1.6?or^6?^ pciaco, \1? * Affection's si)hsliln(j oftoV ruin; "Ob, n^9f:lot ypurble^nc^\cen-so-' " ' ,.. Byioiic^J^ygjjiiesl^cjBmo Again! ?><'' '^.. 9 . ^x '^Clicii^ca Mackwj. .. ^?CtiBBY'SlniBiTps;^ ",.. > ' * ' -vT H?* ? 11Y UBL^K B'onUEST bitAyss. ."Why, tfdbb'y, 13 that you? Stapln minute; I'm going your way, oud.iMl walk home with you.'* "I'm inaliurry, '.lob!" Btnmrherod the | tall young gtrl whoni Job Lindley Usul addressed; "IJut I won't, detain yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 19 April 1889

Clinch Valley NewsJ Published Every Friday. Established in the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy,.6 Cents , By Mail postage paid, ono yenr... SI.?d ^By Mail, postage paid, 0 months... .73 Entered at tho Post Oflico at Tazowoll C. n., as second class mattor. PROFESSIONAL, CARDS. H. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. n. Va. "Will practico in tho CourtB of Tazo? woll county ilnd the Court of Appeals at Wythovillo. CoUecting n specialty. Laud a for sale and land titles examined. F. s. blair, john O. watts. Lato Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. B LAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practico their profession in nil the Courts of Tazowoll Cuuuty. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both eountv aud Circuit. 1. n. rci.ton, a. *r. b. couxuno, Lato Circuit Judge, Cormty Judge, Wythovillo, Ya. Tazowoll O.H.Va. jp?LTON & COULLINQ, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell O. H., Va. > Will practico iu tho Circuit Courta of Tazowell cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 19 April 1889

Boo culture in tho United States Is ia ? depressed state just now. England, too, is awakening to tho ne? cessity of limiting immigration. In Pennsylvania tho subject of allow? ing women full power of suffrage is be? ing widely agitated. Late statistics show that there arc only about one hundred thousand militiamen iu tho United States. A prominent Southern newspnper is agitating the utilization of barren Alas? ka as B penal colony. Dom Pedro, I'mpcror of Brn7.il, would make a good immigration agent. Dur? ing his recent stay in Kuropo bo per? suaded 125,000 people to go to Brar.il, A Paris papor wonders why the American press pays so much attention to tho affairs of Ireland, and adds that tho average daily has loo lines about Ireland to one about France. If the armies of the Old "World should go on increasing as they have boon do? ing for the last few years, asserts the Commercial Advertiser, all Kuropo will be bankrupt before the ( lose of the present century. _ The United States La...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 19 April 1889

THE AMERICAN IDEAL An independent youn; nvia; A right kind of stuff young mon; A deep, comprehensible, Plain spoken, sensible, Thoroughly se'.f-mado young man. A not-to-1 o-lent'ii young man; An up-to-tbo-frjtit young nun; A genuine, plucky, lfnppy-go lucky. Try it again young mm. A knowledge seeking young man; A real wide-awn'.to youug man; A working in season. Kind out tho reason, Kot too smnrt to lo:tra young man. A look-out-for-others young man; A practice-not-praach young man; Kind, sy nipatliutio, Not-at-ull- tbeoretio, One-in u-tliousuiid young man. An affable, courteous young man; A know-what-to-say young man; A knight of ?.ruo chivalry; Prank in dolivery, Making -ids-mark young man. A nowaday* scare* young man; A luud-to-be-foan I young man; A parfoetly selC-possessod, Not always ovor-dressed, Kind tlmt I liko young man, ? Coaria/iu.i Commerciar. WHAT TIMAND JESS DID I?Y KIIKX K. KKXFOIID. Tiin was on his way toward home one night when a "grand idea" came to him. 11c was th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 19 April 1889

Clinch Valley Now?. FRIDAY, - - - A PHIL 11), 1K8'J. ^IIDDLES??KO. Newa froni iMiddlesborougti, the new iiinmiliitiluriiig town thnt is living founded ?cur Cumberland Gap by the Auiericaii Association, is that the most extensive and coat Jy improvement* tire being rapidly pushed forward with (lie iuteiitioii j of having thu town well advanced ilnring the kiiminer and readv when ' the C ntiibei land .Mountain I iinnel isi coiuplutctl lo Itirnisti a volume of heavy freights fur tho railways. Contracts have been recently made, for smelling furnaces, liiachiuej .simps and other industries to the amount of #l0l),tJ(JO uf invested cup- j itnl. Work lias also been com ineiiccd upon the eannl which is in. I tended to straighten Clear creek ' nod prevent overllowa, This will! allOI'tUll tllO bed of the creek by j four miles, and will recover a large tract of very valuable land to cnlti I' vatiou. Fifty lots havu .just, been I .sold to parties at private sale upon j' terms that ban only bo hi...

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