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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 May 1889

Clinch Valley News, Published Every Friday. Established in the Year 1846 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Singlo Copy,.5 Cents By Mail postage paid, ono year... 8l.5fJ By Mail, postage paid, 0 months... .75 Entered at the Post Ofiico at Tazewoll G. II., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJ C. ALDERSON, * ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. n. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Taze well county and the Court of Appeals at Wythevillo. Collecting & specialty. Lauds for sale and land titles examined. kT. 8. blair, john (3. watts. Late Atto. Gen. Lute U. S. Marshall. JTJJLAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. "Will pructico their profession In all the Courts of Tazewell Cnunty. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both county aud Circuit._ i. h. FULTON,. 8* m. b, coollino, Lato Circuit Judge, Conuty Jndgo, Wythovillo, Ya. Tazowol] O.H.Ya. JjiULTON & COULLING, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practico in tho Cirouit Courts of Tazowoll county, S. M. 13. Coulli...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 May 1889

The presont Cabinet is divided equal? ly between tbe East and tho West. Tho Kansas Legislature has bcon pe? titioned for a low authorizing tho lynch? ing of horse thiovcs. It is said that intcuipoiance has greatly increased among the Indians since they were placed on reservations. A man in the Indiana Legislature proposed that the State should investi? gate tho rolation of the ground-hog to the weather. ? Iu proportion to the population, states the New York 1'rilunc, there are more Massachusetts people iu the State of Iowa than iu Massachusetts. Tho greatest number of ex-Prosidents living at any one time was four, in 1825, when John Qulney Adams was inaugu? rated, there then surviving John Adnins, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe. Mr. .lames S. Richardson's Dahomey plantation, in Bolivar County, Miss., is probably the largest farm of rich land iu a siegle tract in tho world. It con? tains 23,000 acres, and he will this year plant at least 10,000 acres of it iu cot? t...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 May 1889

GOOD-BY, GOO BLESS YOU. I like tbe Anglo-Saiou speech With its direct revealings: It takes a hold and seems to reach Far down into jour feeling!; That some folk deem it rude, 1 know, And therefore thoy abuae it; But I nave never found it so, Before all else I chooso it. I don't object that men should air The Gallic they have paid for, With "au revolr," "adieu, ma chore," For that's what French was made for.. But when a crony takes you band ? At parting to address you, He drops all foreign lingo and Hesays: "Good-by, Uod bless you'" This seems to ma a sacred pi<ras 3 With reverence impassioned; A thing come down from righteous days, Quaintly, but nobly fashioned. It woll becomes an honest f ae >, A voice that's round and cheerful; It stays tbe sturdy in his place And soothes tho weak and fearful,. Into the porches of the ears It steals with subtle unction, And in your heart of hearts appears To work its gracious function; And all day long with pleasing song It lingers to caress...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 May 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY. ? - ? MAY 17. 1889. INTEK^ A Tew jears since the city ol Asheville, N. C., was a mountain village, not unlike Tazewell 0. H. Tin' location am) surroundings of Ilm two plae.es aro not dissimilar, with the advantages, all things con? sidered, in favor of t Ii? lilt tor. The country here is far richer in scenic lieaury, and in its mineral waters, to say nothing of its wealth of soil and mine. The same natural oh jeets or attraction To visitors at Ashcvillc are here. Asheville has bct'OlhB it fit v of wealth and beauty. Her surround-j ing lands have increased enormous ly in value. Tliousauds upon thou j sands of dollars arc poured yearly into the coffers of ber people. Are these things to lie desired by people of equal intelligence aud) laste as our own ? The following from (he Baltimore' Hun gives an idea of what is the necessary initiative. "Tho boUOliuiltl effects of good ho? tels on cities and towns is illustrated in tho enso of Anhoville, N. 0., which no...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 May 1889

Clinch Valley News. FrTdXyT ? . . ~MAxM7~lcm T?c?L AM) geWeral i/ye ws jsriefs. A wariher iOtb ot May than tbo last was never known. Prayer ibeeliug at the Y. M. 0. Av rrJohis each Sunday at 3:30 p. in. Tile Willi who tell from a tree iii rlirniilsou'a Valley will probably i ?Cover. Mr. J. C. Spotts has a notice pise whore to tho debtors of Stras Bros. & Doak. Bui littlo iuterest in manifested in tho election tti be held on Thurs? day next. ^ ReV. Mr. Giiuss atld Mr. B. VV. Stras drte at tile convention in Lynbhburg. Tho old Gioboney building i? at hist, gouo from its time honored place oil Main street. The teacher* nnd pupils of the High School went to the wooJs on Saturday last for a plcniu. Mr. \V. F. Hnrmau's illness re tatlted iu insanity and ho has been rent to tho usyluiu nt Marion. Capt. H. Davin aud family will spend the slimmer in towti, the! guests of II. C. Alderson, Esq. The great count of tlic-U. 8. Treasury cash has begun. The vault* contain nearly $200.000,000. T...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 May 1889

THE TWO MOTHERS. For fondling; arms, worm breast, aud Ufa's sweet tide, What dost thou to tby raothor rasko re? turn! j Borne madcap girl can win thee from bcr sido; Fen- tears, at best, hast thou above her urn. Only to Earth, thy mother, art thou just: To her thou glvost nil within thy power, Thy life, thy breath, thyself,?a pinch of ? dust, To star her bosom with a summer flower. I ? ?'. IFjfsoH, in Atlantic Montltl>j. A Female Highwayman. "Somo fifteen or sixteen years ago," | began the stockman, "my business, at certain periods of the year, carried me pretty frequently up aud down the road ; between Luis Obispo nnd Solcdud, ou the Salinas River, as I had interests to look after in both neighborhoods. At such times it was necessary for me to carry, now and again, considerable sums of money to pay off hands and do other i things connected with my business. Of course the only way practicable to do j this was cither to carry the money on my 11 person or send it by Wells-Forgo, bo...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 May 1889

SPRING. There's something in the sir That's now and sweet and rare? A scent of summer things, A whirr as If of wings. ? There's something too that now In the color of/the blue That's in the morniug sky. Before the sun is high. And though on plain and hilt, 'Tis winter, winter still, There's something seems to say . That winter's had its day. And sdl this changing' tint. This whispering stir, and hint Of bud and bloom and wing, Is tho coming of tho spring. And to-iv.orrowor to-day The brooks will break away From their toy, frozen sleep, And run and laugh aud leap. And tho next tiling, in tho woods, Tho catkins in their hoods Of fur and silk will stand, A sturdy liUlo ban.l. And tho tassels soft and flea Of the hazel will untwine, And the elder branches show Their buds against the snow. So, silontly but swift, Above the winter drift, Tho long days gain and gain, Until on bill and plain, Once more and yet once moro Returning as before Wo see the bloom of birth Make, young again tho ear...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 May 1889

WHAT THE CHIMNEY 3A.NO. Over tho chimney the night wind sang, And chanted a melody no one know; Ahd the- -woman stopped and- hep -babe - she tossed, And thought cf the one she had long sine" lost, And said, as her teardrops back she forced, "I hate tho wind in the chimney." Ovor tho ehimnny tbo night wbid sang And chanted a melody no one knew, And the children said, as they closer drew, . "Tis some witch that is clearing tho black night through, 'Tis a fairy trumpet that just then blow, And we fear the wind in the chimney." Over tho chimney tho night wind saug. And chanted a molody no one know; And tho man, as ha sat on his hearth below, , Said to himself: "It will suroly snow, \ And fuel is dear and wsges low,. And I'll stop tho leak in the chimney." Over the chimney the night wind sang. And chanted a melody noone knew; j But tho poot listened and smiled, for bo Was man and woman and child, all three, And said: "It is God's own harmony. This wind wo henr In tho chimney." . ? Bret H...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 May 1889

< Clinch Valley News, Published Every Friday. Established In the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy,.6 Cents By Mail postago paid, ono year... si.od By Mail, postage paid. 0 months... .73 Entered at the Post Oflloe at Tazewoll C. H., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. II. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, TAZEWBLL C. II. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Taze? woll county and the Court of Appoals at "VVytheville. Collecting a specialty. Lauds for Bale and land titles examined. V. s. blair, john q. watts. Late Atto. Gen. Lute U. S. Marshall. J?LAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice their profession in all the Courts of Tnzowcll County. Capt. Blair will nttend all the Courts?both countv and Circuit. I. U. CO I,TON , B. II. D. COUPLING, bate Circuit Judge, County Judgo, Wythovillc, Yn. Tazowel] G.H.Va. JjiTJLTON & COULLING, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice in tho Circuit Courts of Tazowell oouuty, S. M. B. Coullin...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 May 1889

Minnesota inclines to look -with dls- ' favor on the Prohibition movomsnt. There is a noticeable increase of hostility to foreigners throughout China. A bill "to regulate tho sale of horse? flesh for human food" is before tho Eng? lish Parliament. Indiana is the second State in the Union to enact a ballot reform law based on the Australian system. . !_i. 1 TS English army authorities are consider? ing a project for enlisting young boys and letting them grow up into soldiers. Kobcrt Louis Stevenson, the novelist, says that he finds the South Sea Islaudcrs too amiable and polito to afford him satisfactory models. It is interesting to think, remarks the Scicnti?c American, that in her pine lorests the South has ever growing the fiber for her cotton bales. Russia ha; demanded of Persia the exclusive right to navigate rivers flow? ing into tho Caspian Sea and to build railways throughout the country. Since the last Postmvtcr-flcncrnl al? lowed two of his clerks to got married nnd retain ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 May 1889

SONG OF THE STREET MUSICIAN. When tbo warm mint fall, when the bright suns shine. When tho sap is flowing back iu the long grapo-vin?, Whcu tbo lambs begin to bleat and tbo leaves begin to grow, Merrily I follow with tho fiddle and tbo bow. My father has a harp, its sound is very Sweet, ' We stand beneath trio balconies together on tbo Btrc't; He is thinking of tho land where the pleas? ant olives grow; But I can think of nothing but tho twanging of tbo bo\v! Happy aro the orchards, rosy with their fruit; Hnppy aro tho long li ghts when tho string is mute; Haupy is tho greensward where tlu maidens 6? 'Jnneh.g to tho music of tho fiddle aud tbo bow! Now tho earth is frosty, iiow tin sky is pale, Tho leaves begin to fall aui tho win Is bugin to wail: Mingle. I with thj night storm, muflletl with the snow. Listen at your windows to th> twanging of tho bow! ?Dora It. Oootlalc, in the Intlrjiendcnt. j?fsTtory. I'.Y FRANK II. COXVKRSF. Mother died some time lust May. The e wasn't any o...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 May 1889

Clinch Valley News. Fill DAY. - - - MAY IM, lSSit THE BUSY, GROWING -SOUTH. Tho changes in the South during tin.'last the lust -thirty years?Just ti generation?hnvo bceti phoneme linl, says the New York Hein Id. Jt used to be the dilettante section of tho Republic, whoie properly own ers ronmed over their estates on horseback, with from one to three hundred slaves to do their bidding. Their lifo wits one of*elegant leisure and hospitality, supplemented with almost unbroken ennui. Thc.v rath? er looked down mi us as poor lei lows in the North, who worked so hard that at forty we got to he bald headed, at filly had rheumatism, apoplexy, paralysis ami sundry oth ! or luxuries of life, and at sixty shut' i Hod oil' this mortal eoil, leaving- ourl cash to expectant heirs. Then eame IhcVnr, nnd duving live years of tough lighting the South showed thai it had Use same mettle as the. North nil er till, tlidn'l | shirk a responsibility, and could sloop in the mini, eal hard laek, make forced...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 May 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY* - ? - MAY 21, 1889. LOG 4L AjYD &jmBRAL JVE WS BRIEFS, See hotico of photographer's tent for sulo. Today is appointed for a picnic in Burks Garden. Prayer meeting at the Y. 31. C. A. roems euch Sunday nt 3:30 p. in. Cupt. II. Diivin's family is in tlio city, stopping at Mr. Alderson's. Mr. It. A. Saunders is suffering from another attack of rheumatism Straw hats aud flannel shirts were frostbitten wbUe iu full bloom. Dr. LallVrty lectured again on I Monday evening. "Luck and Pluck." Senator S. AY. Williams and lady came over from Blnud early in the week. Ex Secretary Bayard und Miss Clymer will be iiinrried early in the suDiiner. Mrs. B. W. and Miss MattioStras left this week fur a trip to the north eru cities. Messrs. Chapman nnd Gillespie have returned from a professional trip to Halt imore. Mr nnd Mrs. J. B. Hurt came up from Indian, Saturday, on a visit to friends iu town. Circuit Court, Judge. Brown pre? siding, is in session, with few peo? ple i...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 May 1889

IN THE RAIN, I stand In tlie old gray weathor, In the white and silvory rata; The great tram huddle together And sway with tho windy strain. I drearu of tho purple glory Of the rosoato mountain hoight, And the sweot-to-remombor Btorr Of a distant and dear delight. Tho rain keops constantly raininz And tho sky is cold and gray. And tho wind in tho trees koops complaining 1 That summer has passed away; But tho gray and the cold are haunted By a beauty akin to pain? By tbo senso of a something wanted Hint never will coma again. ? William Wetmore Story. FARMER JOHN. UV MII.I.AHD onKKI.KV. Old .John San bout II ? "Partner .'nhn" his neighbor* called hint -was a very energetic and sue cssful farmer in the great wooded belt of Central Wisconsin. The heavy timber of nearly two hun dretl acres had melted before his brawny arm, nud months at a lime the ring of his heavy axe bad accompanied the sun from its rising to its going down. Croat farm buildings Had risen slowly by the rude sheds which...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 May 1889

A DRUM. A regiment In motion and the rattle of a dram, With a rat, tat, tat I and rat, fa*, turnt Fear Is on the face of some, Othera stepping with aplomb, And steady Is the platter and tho clatter of the drum. Sweeping linos In evolution, fast the wheel? ing columns come, And a thousand men aro stepping to tho tapping of tho drum; There are countouonow glum, There aro senses dull and numb, But a boy is stepping proudly: thore is play? ing on the drum.. The rage and roar of battle, and the rattlo of of a drum, . The shrapnel shot nro. (lying with a zip! and a zuinl Cruel shells exploding come, And tho bullets hiss and hum, But the drum still echoes loully: will the thing bo never mum I Darkness on tho 0o!d of battle, where thu body seekers come; Tho storm of death is ended and displayed tho Etrugglo's sura. A paltd face, n drum; There is blood, and both aro dumb; A story of a drummer and a story of minim ?Chicago Mail. . PITH AiYD POINT. Stake-holders?Beeves. Military tools?Files of...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 May 1889

."? The Bockaway' Bosch Hotel, neu New York city, too lugest in the world, has boon sold to a syndicate, of which Austin Corbin is President. Prominent * clergymen In Brooklyn aro on the Board of Directors. A resort is to be estab? lished, with tho hotel as a center, which will combine tho best features of Bound Lake, Chatauqua and Ocean Urovc. Tho primary object of the society is to pro? vide a placo whore poor people can on joy themselves at tho scasido, amid puro surroundings, at a slight cost. The ?ovrcs dessert sot, ownod by tho British Crown and kept in the green druwing room at Windsor, is valued at $01)0,009, the punch bowl alone being appra'sed nt $00,000. During the illness of Georgo IV. and the incident confu? sion, many pieces of the set were stolen and sold to outsiders. These, as they have from time to time been traced,have boon bought by a prominent dealer, who now olTcts them to tho Queen. Her j Majesty, however, prefers keeping her j $50,000 to (resenting any such e...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 31 May 1889

Clinch Valley News, PuDLIBnED EVEBY FltlDAY. established In the Year 18451 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy,.6 Cents By Mail postage paid, one year... 81.50 By Mail, postage paid, 0 months... .75 Entered at the Post OOlce at Tazewoll C. H., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. ALDERSON, ' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Taze? woll county and the Court of Appeals at "Wythoville. Collecting a specialty. Lands for salo and land titlco examined. 8. blair, john Q. watts. Late Atto. Gen. Late U. S. Marshall. J?LAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will prnctico their profession in all ithe Courts of Tazewell Cnunty. Capt. ?Blair will attend all the Courts?both ?countv and Circuit. 1. H. FULTON, S. X. B. COtTLLIKO, Lato Circuit Judgo, County Judgo, Wythoville. Ya. TazoweU O.H.Va, "FULTON & COULLINO, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell 0. H., Va. Will prnctico in tho Circuit Courts of Tazowoll county. S. M. B. Coulling will continu...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 31 May 1889

8aje the Now Orleans Time*-Democrat: ? '?There is in truth, a seed of anarchy in this ugly opideuic of White Caplsm, and' it must not only bo stamped out vigor-' ously and effectually, but its resur-l rection at any future time must bo mado Impossible." The Panama Canal works are at their last gasp. Tho laborers are flocking to .Chili in crowds, their passago being paid by tho Government of Chili. Over 1303,000,000, bo'.ongingto 870,000 sub? scribers, principally tho industrious poor of France, have been squandered. When, ask tho New York Voice, will investors learn that a great name is not suflicicnt' security for a financial uudcrtakiug. Bishop Theodore II. Lyman, of North Carolina, has discovered a now aud hitherto unsuspected virtue in tho pea? nut. For' nearly two years ho had suf Joj?dWrom insomnia. About a fort? night ago he ate freely of fresh roasted peanuts before retiring, aud enjoyed tho best sleep ho had had for mouths. Ho tried the experiment repeatedly sincc.and has f...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 31 May 1889

"IT COULD NOT HAPPEN NOW." Era country ways bad turned to street. And long ere we were born, A lad and lass would chance to meet, Borne merry April morn; The willows bowed to nudgo the brook, The cowslips nodded gay, And he would look, and sho would look, And both would look away. Yet each?and this is so absurd? Would dream about the other. And she would never breathe a word To that good damo, hor mother. Our girls aro wiser now. 'Twas vory quaint, 'twas very strange, Extremely strange, you must allow. Dear mo! how mo les and customs change! It could not happon now. Next day that idle, haughty lass Would rearrange her hair, And ponder long beforo tho glass Which bow sho ought to wear; Aud often she'd neglect hor task, And seldom caro to chat, And make her mother frown, and ask " Why do you blush like that:" Aud now she'd haunt with footsteps slow That mead with cowslips yellow, Down which sho mot a week ago Thnt stupid, staring fellow. Our girls are wiser now, 'Twos vory quaint, 'tw...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 31 May 1889

flinch Valley News. I '? oun.1 ? I red RIDAY, - - - MAY 31, 1889. Work lias begun on the Louisville and Nnshvillo railroad from Cmubor ' land Gap to Norton, in Wiso oouuty, 7 the point of connection with tho Nor? folk and Western. This road will run the entire length of Loo county aud through part of Wise. All is ac? tivity about Cumberland Gap,through which tho tunnel is nearly completed, while just acroBS the mountain in Ken? tucky the future city of Middlcsboro is preparing tho way for great indus? trial establishments aheady secured. "The development of the magnifi? cent resources in the vicinity of Cum? berland Gup is to begin at once. A contract has becu made which ovly needs tho ratification of tho board of directors of tho American Association, whereby four blast fur? naces aud ono of tho largest steel plants in America will bo erected at nliddlesborougli, tho new manufac? turing town just beyond tho Gap. There cun bo no doubt but what the directors of tho association who re...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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