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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 19 April 1889

?Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY,' ? > > APRIj^l?TT?l?. Z?CdL jUYD GEMERJi-L jYE WJSjBIUEFS. Good Friday today. Miss Mattie SI ras is quite ill. Go to Boston & Sou's for fresb fish. Mr. C. A. Fobst is over from Ab ingdou. The day alter tomorrow will be Easter Sunday. See trespass notice of Messrs. Brown and Peery. Mrs Geo. W. Gillespio is the own? er of it lour legged chicken. Prayer meeting at tho Y. M. C. A. rooms each Suuduy at 8:30 p. ui. Mr. Josepll Moss and family were in the city Tuesday aud Wednes? day. The lawyers are still busy with the evidence, iu the Boweii-Buclian mi contest, Will (Doe) O'KceOe takes to town life ami mercantile business-like a duck to water. Mrs. T. G. Wit ten and Mis. .los. Stras aro still improving, their friends are glad to know. He looked in the?eye. of the ani? mated cane. He dodged the muz? zle of the loaded "gun." Who wouldn't i ? Mr. T?te Grcever has recovered bis health sufficiently to return this week 16 bis corps...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 19 April 1889

TO SLEEP, AU slutnb'rous images that bo, combined. To this wliito couch and cool shall woo theo, Bleep! First will I think on fields of grasses deep Iu gray-green flower, o'er which tho transient wind Huns like a smile; and next will call to mind How glistening poplar-tops, when breezes creep Among tholr leaves, a tender motion keep, Stroking tho sky, liko touch of lovers kind. Ab, having felt thy calm kiss on iniuo eyes, AU night inspiring thy divlno pure breath, I shall aw.de? as into godhood horn, And witli a fresh undaunted soul nr'.sa, Clear as tho bluo convolvulus nt morn. ?Dear bedfellow, deals thus thy brother, Death! ?Helen Gran Cone, in Upptneott. MRS. COOPER'S NIECE. BY THOMAS ih'N.N KXoi.imi. "rbilip," suhl old .lohn Briggs to his son, "you arc twenty-eight years old to? day." "Sollte family rccoid says, father," responded the O'.Cgnnt young gentleman addressed. "I am disposed lo place implicit reliance upon it and uu you." "You have done nothing since you loft College b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 19 April 1889

TASMANIA. GLIMPSES OP "WIIji> IiIPE IN A SOUTH 814 A PEN Ali OOIiONV. Terrlblo Advontitres of FdjtltlvO Felons ? ClioUoil by tlie Impen? etrable Scrub?Melancholy Tales or the Aborigines. A New York Timei corrcsponilout writes nn interesting account of Tasma? nia, an island lying more than two hun? dred and lifty miles from Australia, and known in the geographies of thirty years ago as Vau Dieman'a Land. Tas? mania once contained a notorious >'ng li h penal sett lern nt. The writer closes his letter us follows: The chief employment of the convicts was felling the huge forest treos, iu which work ninny lives wero lost. After a breakfast of tlou- and water they started from their prison on Surah Ishind to tho mainland, worked ull*duy without other food, returned to their chief meal, and went to rest. Tlioso who wero separated from the others for a punishment moro Bovoro wero lodged on a rock, to which, lofton iu chains, they passed, waist deep, ?Ahrough tho surf a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 19 April 1889

It is an old saying that what over Lanca bhiro thinks to-day, England thinks to? morrow. Munches!or is tho most power? ful political and ethical force in tho coun? try, just as it is the best governed und most homogenoous and public-spirited English-speaking city iu tho world. Bays tho Now York Voice: "Strikos nro not so numerous as formerly. In 1S8? thoro wcro less than one-half as many such conflicts hctwocu employers aud employes ns thoro wcro in 1880. Tho parties arc coining to rcspoctonch othor's riiht nnd might. Thoro has been a steady growth of sympathy with tho la? boring men, but at the same time n deeper determination to uphold the laws. The peopla nro determined to sco fair play whoever gets hurt." The vault in which the body of tho Austrian Crown Prince Hudolph has becu iutorrod is under tho old Cjhurchof the Ordor of tho Capucius, in Vienna. The collins of eighty members of the House of Unpsburg lie there, somu of them, notnlily thoso of the famous Empress Murin Theresa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 26 April 1889

Clinch Valley News, Published Every Friday. Established In the Year I84B TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Singlo Copy,.5 Cents By Mail postage paid, ono year... $1.5(1 By Mail, postage paid, 0 months... ..78 Entered at tho Post Ofuco at Tazowell O. II., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H,c ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. n. Va. Will practice in tho Courts of Taze? well county aud tho Court of Appeals at Wythevillo. Collecting a specialty.; Lands for sale and land titles examined. 8. blair, * john 0. watts. Lato Atto. Gen. Lnto U. S. Marshall. B LAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS AT-LAW, Tazewell C. IL, Va. Will practico their profession in nil the Courts of Tazowoll Cnuuty. Capt. Blair will ntteud all the Courts?both countv and Circuit. 1. h. fulton, s- m. d. coclltno, Lato Circuit Judgo, County Judgo, Wythovillo. Yn. Tazowoll O.U.Va. FULTON & COULLING, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. - Will practico iu tho Cirouit Conrta of lazewoll county. S. M. B. Coull...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 26 April 1889

Tho New York Star says that " a to markable growth is noted in tho coast wiso trade" General Boulangcr say 3 he first learned tho true meaning of tho word liberty on his visit to America. It is said that church pows have aver? aged ten per cent, higher all over tho country in tho rc-rcnting. An Italian newspaper warns Italians against immigrating to this country, saying that Americans have no respect for thorn._ 'Boston has boon for yenrs tho cenfro of the wholesale clothing trade, but now several Western cities arc rising up todis puto her supremacy. In proportion to population Holland has the greatest commerce in tho world. Last year it averaged $201.-10 for each person in the kingdom. A prominent scientist holds that there Is do evidence of any sousiblo change in tho climate at any point of the earth's surface during tho past 2000 ycors. Of all tho people who come to Ameri? ca from tho wholo world over, avers tho j New York Graphic, tho Japanese bavo | been quickest to conform to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 26 April 1889

AFTEI? CONFESSION. She's told mo nil?tho vory word That I most wlshod to hear Has stol'n from her liquid throat, Aud molted on mine car; And I am bappy, happy now, Recalling all sho said, The jasmine trembling at her throat, Tho roso upon her head. Oh, Western wind! Oh, Western wind! I half think thou wast there, And r will chldo tboo, grown too bold, For playing with h?r hair. Oh, summer glow, I saw theo not, Though oft thy blush I seek; I saw no heaven but her fair face, No suuset hut her cl e :k. Oh, Moon, that came up in the ensfc I saw theo not yestreen, Out saw a light In hor soft oyos Thou canst not shod, I ween; Aud so I'm happy, happy now, In fancy at her fcot; Why think on whnt the morrow'll bo Whon this day is so sweoti ?rndiaiiapoifs Journal. THE HIDDEN TREASURE. "Our own house, .luck!" cried Mrs. .Tolf, iu n perfect gnlo of glee, as sho ?dimced about aud clapped her hands like :a thirtcou-yeur-old child. "Our vory own," snid Mr. Jolf, nod ding his head complacently?"wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 26 April 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, ? ? - APRIL 20,1880.1 OKLAHOMA. Tho thousands of Oklahoma boom-' era at Arkansas city wore allowed by Capt. Hays to outer tbo Cherokee strip on their way to the promised laud nt 8 o'clock ou the lHth. Thoro were fully 1,000 whito covered wag on8 in the caravan. When final pur mission was given by Capt. Hays to proceed, a gt cut shout went up from tho booinui'H. From an elevation live solid mi leu of wagons could bo Been, and as tho caravan wound over tho undulating prairiu it presented n sight probably never to bo seen again. Thoro was not tho slightest disorder. Perched ou a cracker box j in the Iii at of tho ten wagons from Kiugmau, Kanu,, Dan Sikos lluug nu American Hug to tho breeze. This flag was seeu two inilos awny. For three hours wagons crossed tho strip line and moved slowly toward tho promised laud. Capt. Hays broke up Camp Prico | at noon and followed w itli his cavalry. His orders were to camp that night on Salt Creek fork and then to take th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 26 April 1889

Clinch Valley News. Friday, - ? "April 20,isro. ?LOO4 L amd GENERAL jYIC WSJililEFS. Now York bud a $3,400,000 Are Oil Saturday Coin planting its iu lull swing all over the county. Prayer meetiug at tlio Y. M. O. a. rooms eaob Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Miss Annie Pcery has returned from Martha Washington Coliego. Mrs. Hates, of Denver. Colorado, is visiting her brother. Major R. R. Henry. Round trip tickets over the N. & W. to New York for the Centennial at $18 00. Oapt. Josse F. White has sold his vain,title property iu Pocnhoutas and will inve.st^elsewbore. Messrs. C. W. Grecver & Co. will enlarge their furniture store. Mr. . T. K. Hull bus the coutract. Two people ciiino to towu Tues? day, had themselves made oue, and departed for oast tiros green. Messrs. C. a. Fudge and Harvey Pcery, at the depot, are victims of a check forger to the amount of $30. Mr. aud Mrs. a. A. Spotts will move from bluestone aud reside here, where they have many warm friends. The crew ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 26 April 1889

lilacs?a vision of spring. I'vo scon tlio pussy-willows W.th dainty furry faces; I'vo found tho pretty violets Abloom in shady i>l?cos; Tho jompiil and tho crocus Have told muof the spring, And ill tho orchard up nnd dcv.vu Hasglancol tho bluebird's wing; But here's tbo purple ll'nc Tbut lifts its fragrant p'iunios, And sends a watt of sweolnoss Through homely cottage rooms, Its hardy bnuichcs tapping Against tho farm-house eaves, Tho (lowers it gives us growing In generous waving sheaves, I'm sure the mother robin Is very glad lo seo Tho lilacs' s reen about her Woo nost anil lie Jglhlgs three, And father wren is singing In pure delight to-day That spring Is hero already And summer on the way. And I am glad our Father Whoso love is over all, Who counts thu stum hy mini her, And seos a sparrow fall, Hassent iignin thu lilacs To iimko tho garden fair, And wuft their honeyed awootnoai Upon tho wandering air. -Margaret IC Sangtlei; in Young f ?,???/?<' HOW HETOLD ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 26 April 1889

A FAMOUS PRISON. NEWOATR .JAll.S WRAl.TH OF HISTORIC ALi INTIiltKST. A Dungeon IIa? Occnolcd tho Present Slto Slnco Kcndal Day*?Itomlnisoonccs of Notorious Criminals. Tho demolition of Ncwgato being possiblo tho HiturJuy lieele.e describes as follows this famous prison: Though tho present building, that looks as il built by tho sumo Titans that erected tho Pnla-zo delta Signorin, tho Pahuzo Strozzi and tho Palazzo Pitti, in Flor? ence, is little more thau a century o'd, tho silo which it occupies has owued u jail ever since the reign of King John. In fact, it is probable that even in those days it wns nu old prison; for in tho fol? lowing roisn, A. 1?. l'Jl", Henry III. commanded tho sheriffs of the city ol London to repair.tho jail of Nowgatc, and promised to reimburse their outlay out of his own exchoquor. Iu ihoso days tho gate homes above the great gatos of tho city were habitually used as prisons, and the records of 1 ork, Chester, Car? lisle and Newcastle show that tho cus? to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 26 April 1889

Back in tho last century Alexander Smith, afterward known as John Adams, ? ono of tho ringleaders in the fnmou9 mutiny on the ship Bounty in 17PP, laved a midshipman from drowning! The latter put $500 in an English bunk to await Smith's call. ' It remained until it /had rison to tho sum of $'18O,O00. Now ?breo grandsons of tho mutineer, living Ion Norfolk and Pitcniru Islnnds, have i discovered their identity, and ono of J. them has succeeded in establishing his title to tho great accumulation. 'Of all the Slates of tho Union Louisi-. ma, assorts tho Now York Olsei rcr, is most dowered with the gifts of romance ?nd a?sociat'ons. Its vmying fortunes is a colony now of France nnd now of Spain, its attraction to adventurers from the North, its picturcsqueness of scenery and population, its wealth of romance, its isolation during' so many eventful years, nud its use ns an instrument of diplomacy by the politicians of four ontious, ronder its story One of the most attractive aud exciting...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 May 1889

Clinch ^Valley News, Published Every Fiuday. Established In the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Singlo Copy,.6 Cents By Mail postage paid, ono year... SI.?d By Mail, postage paid, C months... .75 : Entered at tho Post Ofllco at Tazewell j C. H.., as second class mutter. 'PROFESSIONAL CARDS. II.0 ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II. Va. Will practice in tho Courts of Taze woll county and tho Court of AppealB nt Wythevillo.'" Collecting n specialty. Lands for s'alo aud land titles examined. F. S. DLAlIt, john O. WATTS. Lato Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. B LAIR & WATTS, .; ATTO R NE Y.S-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II., Va. "\Yill practice their profession In nil the Courts of Tazewell County. Cnpt. Blair will attend nil the CourtB?both couutv and Circuit. I. h. fulton, B- K. n. CO"l,l,l\-o, Liito Circuit Judge, County Jiidgo, WythoviUe, Ya. Tazcwoll C.H.Va* FULTON & COULLINO, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW; Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practico iu tho Circuit Courts of razewcll ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 May 1889

The production of petroleum in tho United States is on the decrease. No doubt can exist, records the Cin? cinnati Enquirer, that a revival of ship? building is taking place to some extent in this country. The exporienco of London seems to show that asphalt is not only a much more comfortable pavttuont than stone, but also cheaper. Tho postoffico at Mineral Point, Col., 13,000 feet above the sea level, Is tho highest postoflicc in the country. But tho postmaster says his salary is about tho lowest. In Germany bec-keoping is taught In many of tho public schools and tho Gov? ernment also provides instructors in tho art, who go from town to town as their services are needed. Down at Panama cofiins arc hired, and graves too. The latter cost $12 for eighteon months, and in case of non? payment tho body is thrown out of tho grave. Collins can bo hired for $7. Tho number of students who arc study? ing in tho live law colleges in Tokio, Japan, at present is upwnrd of 28,000, showing nn incre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 May 1889

THE L.OMQ A.GO. Do you think of tho long ago, sweet wife-. As wo sit by the old brook's side, "While tho woodbird sings aud tho linden Bings Its shadow ovor tbc tide? Do you think ot the bright time gone, When we sat by this twinkling stream. Dreaming fcr hours 'mid its gay wild flowers As only youth can dream' You rememlier the hawthorn hedge beyond. Where the thrushes enmo to sing When tho sky was bluo and each green loaf now . In the fresh and joyf ul spring. Bluo violets bowed beneath, And winds low r.nswers gave, Whi In rich and bright the trembling light Lay on the silver wave. You were scarcely u woman then, dear wife, Butn young girl, sweet und fair, A maiden meek with each soft round cheek Half-bidden 'neath waving hair; And flushed to thy huo of an opening roso When my heart poured out its tale, Whilo the trees around made a whispering sound At tho soft kiss of tho gale. .My ownl you have borne somo sorrow since There are shadows on your brow: JJyo3 which were bright as th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 May 1889

Clinch Valley News. FJRIDAY, ? - ? MAY 10, L880. WASHINGTON LETTER? Washington, May G, 188'J. The Paoifio coaab has captured the biggosb thing yot giveu out by the proseut administration. It in tho contract to build the mammoth ur mored const defonso vessel that was provided for by tho last Congress, which has been awarded by the Navy Department to the Union Iron Works of San Francisco. Ex-Secre? tary Whitney is entitled to tho c'red . it of having ruudo it possible to build euch a vessel ou the Pacific coast by the recognition ho gave to th? enter prise of the Cnliforuiu capitalists that established this plant for tho build ing of irou aud steel vessels. The price of the now vessel is to bo ?1, ?28,000. "When the cnt's away tho mice will play." John Sherman hu? gone to Europe and the Fornker wing of the Republican party of Ohio, with For? nker at tho head, hits Bwuoped down on Washington to seo what Harrison can bo coaxed or bull dozed into giving them. John Sherman has by hit) sel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 May 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, . ? . MAY 10, 188?. L?CdL AJYjD GEjTeRAL if?E WS briefs. Mrs. T. G. Witteu's condition is much improved. " The town's folk who have been ill are doing well. A $750,000 hotel is projected at Cumberland Gap. Mrs. C. K. Kregloo lea for Bal? timore on Wednesday. The graduating class at the Sem iuary planted a class tree. Prayer mooting at tho Y. M. C. A. rooms each Suuday at 3:30 p. in. Mr. Martin, of the U. 8. elcrk's office, Danville, was iu town Tues? day. The evening for Dr. Lnfferty's lecture will not be forgotten?the l ith. Tuesday. More mechanics are at work at this place at present tbau there ever were beforo. The magnificent hotel, "Fair inont," at Bristol, is nearly cotnplet cd. It cost ?75,000. Mr. Gen. \v*. Gillespio is making improvements to his handsome res? idence aud grouuds. Members of the legal fraternity are iu preparation for the coming term of Circuit Court. Mr J. II. Stuart has erected his household gods in the cottage just vacated by Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 May 1889

LIFE'S SILENT THIRD. Bomatlmes, when weary with nn overstrain, There comes a sick'ning senso of Meeting breath, And all endeavor seemetk worse than vain, A sweet, reproachful voice low whisperetta: "Why is tby heart unstrung! A third ot those spent years that thou dost weep Thou hast not lived?tlioy passed theo by in sleep; Bo thou art young." And then again, when wantoning aud glad, The heart holds revel, whilo its tenso strings thrill Beneath life's joyous fingers, speaks a sad And solemn voice that strikes tho music still: "Tby years to thoo are told; A part thou knowest, but a third of all Axe locked away in sleep's oblivious thrall; And thou art old." ?Charles Coleiaun, in Indepcnilcnt. HANNAH'S VISITOR. MY HELEN FORREST on AVK?. It was late afternoon of a mild April day, aud tho usual crowd of loafers und loungers, collected around tho general store which served as postotlico, shoe mart, drygoodsemporium and a little of everything else for the straggling settle? ment of Wrigsv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 May 1889

BONANZA KINGS. THE RISK OP FOUR MODERN MONTE ORISTOS. Prom HumbTo Surroundings They Aohlcvoil Faiuo and Fortune-? The Oroat. Comstock Ijodo and the Dig Bonanza There ?wore four Monte Cristoe in the United States. Now there are but two. Tho recent death of James Clair Flood in Hcidelborg, Uermany, reduces to a pair tho four bonanza kings of the Pacific Slope. Those aro ox-t'nited! States Senator James G. Fair and John j W. Mackay. The career of this nuaitct of favorites j of Fortuue, tho sorry old jndo who gives | most men more kicks than she does b miles-- is tho most remarkable record of > a riso from poverty to a lluence in this country of quickly acquired fortunes. These four quick- wilted Irishmen went! to California with thousands of other men who, when they started in tho race for riches hod every advantage of thorn, j but thnir competitors never overtook them after thoy were once started. To tho pcoplo of San Francisco? [ where tho four men were best known? i Mi". ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 May 1889

. The longest questipu on record is a hypothetical questfoH'pul by tho 'd?rSiiscf in a murder trial in New -York Stnto re? cently* to the'"export witnesses on in? sanity. '' The question covored twenty typewritten pages of legal cap. ..' Says tho New Hompshiro Mirfor: ."A.11 wo?oc'and learn otherwise confirms us in the opinion wo have loug held, that at least onp-balf . the people who have abandoned Xpw England farin3 to pursuo their calling, in tho now States and Ter? ritories made a groat mtstako whou they emigrated. -Jinny olMheux haven't more than half lived siuco they went away. They -arc- in debt, aud are not getting "Out," and beyond the increase in tlio value of their holdings, which is largely fictitious, they "are no better o!f tliau when they left us.".1'. The large immigration of Japau?sc to Hawaii is said, by tho Sau Francisco Chronitfejto have benctittcd several dis? tricts iu Japan which were formerly overcrowded. Now here is . a demand for laborers and the excessive ...

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