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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 31 May 1889

Clinch Valley News. Friday, - * ? May si, 1889. ??C?L AWD GENERA L jYE WS BRIEFS. Dave Peireu is ou a trip to North Carolina. Capt. Samuel Leece is very ill at his lionie west of town. Prayer meeting at the y. M. C. a. rooms each Sunday at 3:30 p. in. Mr. R. a. Sauuders continues to suffer from his recent attack of rheumatism. ltev. D. V. Prico will preach the * Baccalaureate sermon before the graduating class of the Tazewell Female Seminary. President Harrison has accepted nn invitation to attend the Spring Palace exposition at Fort Worth, Texas, next month. The hridgeman, who fell from a Clinch Valley railroad bridge some months since and recovered, took another CO footfall tho other day. aud hart li'iuself. Senator Barbour says the Demo? cratic committee of this State will meet about the first proximo to se? lect the place and lime for holding the next State Democratic couveu tion. The occasion of the unveiling of the niouuuieut of Robert E. Lee, erected to the memory of the Con?...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 31 May 1889

- "uthcrn Brazil is rapidly filling up t-t?Ti emigrants from Europo. W Suicide is becoming a prevailing and &n alarming Vice in this country. Tho oldost city in the world, Damascus, is about to have street cars and gas lamps. Washington is a great plscc for learned societies. Fivo of recognized merit exist with an aggregate membership of 550. _ ' A census is a great thing, and wo could not get along without it. Every year its scope incronscs. ^In Knglnud tho census takes in everything, oven down to cats. The New York Independent announces that in England they no longer express incredulity by tho phrase: "Go tell it to the marines;" but by saying: "Go tell it to the London Tune/." According to recent statistics pub? lished in the New Orleans Timcs J)emocrnt,l\roon:]yn lends in virtue, while Wheeling, W. Va., shows up ns the wickedest city iu the Union, Andrew Carnegie, the Pennsylvania iron master, in a letter to the Manufac? turer*1 Record, on bis recent trip, says that ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 31 May 1889

"WOMAN'S" WORLD. i'L.:/VSANT LITERATURE FOll FEMININE READERS. Freakh of Fashion. A correspondent of tho Voi de Mexico illustrates the omnipotence of fashion by the fact that the sociaty belles of Vera Cruz have been seized "by a mania for sealskin sacques, which they persist in weariug in a latitude where the Christ? inas temperature sometimes exceeds 100 degrees in the shade. - Clotli of Glass. A cloth of glass has boon invented by a Frenchman which bus been described as being more beautiful and brilliant than "tho imagination cau conceive or realize." The warp is of silk forming the groundwork of the material, and tbo design is wrought iu tho wool of finely Bpun threads of glass. The extreme fine? ness of these glass threads is best under? stood when one is told that some fifty or sixty of the origiual gloss strands aro re? quired for ono thread of the wool. The cost of this material is enormous as not more than one yard of the cloth can be produced in twelve hours of time.? Comm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 31 May 1889

SONG OF THE SKA. . The scng ot tbo ton was aa ancient song i In the days when Uta earth was young: Tho wares were goesiptng loud and long *" *si mortals had found a tongue; heart ot tho waves with wrath was | Tb- wrung I)amasv?d to a siren strain, and gas tossed tho primitive isles among, .1 the open main. Washindio song and its changes free, societies. "n rrn* 'no son8 ?' ^D0 MX ezist withf tho Sea took a human tone, 050. Jays of tho coming of man; jurnfuler meaning swelled her moan, ' Ad fiercer her riots ran: noscauso that her stately voico began I To speak of her human jyoos; With music mighty to grusp und spau Life's tale and its passion-tbroos. Such was the song as it grow to he, Such was tlio song of the sea. The song of tho sea was a hungry sound As the human years unrolled; For tho notes wero hoarse with tho doomed and drownod, Or chokod with a shipwreck's gold: Till it soomed no dirgo above thu mould So sorry a story sold As the midnight cry of the waters old Calling abovo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 June 1889

Clinch Valley News I Published Every Friday. Established In ttre Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy,.SConta By Mail postage paid, one year... $1.5(1 By Mail, postage paid, 0 mouths... .75 Entored at tho Post Office at Tazewell C. H., as second class ?mitor. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. H. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H. Va. Will practice in tho Courts of Taze? well county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythevillo. Collecting a ?peciolty. Landd for sale and In ml titles examined.' it. s. blair, john o. watts. Late Atto. Gen. Late U. S. Marshall. LAIR & WATTS, B ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice their profession in all ?the Courts of Tazewell Cnunty. ' Copt. Blair will attend nil the Courts?both countv and Circuit. 7. h. fulton, e? si. d. coullimo, Late Circuit Judge, County Judge, Wythevillo, Va. Tazewell O.H.Va. ULTON & COULLING, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice in tho Cirouit Courts of Tnzowcll county, . S. M....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 June 1889

' Canada is putting her foot on Mormon immigration from tins country. 1 The death of John Bright is rcgnrded in England us a great loss to the Unionist cause. ' More railroad building is being done in the South than anywhere else in the country. ' Capital is taking hold of a scheme to creosote the soft timber of the South, now useless, und ship it abroad. The Mexican Financier states that the English investments of capital in Mexico reach the sum of $165,000,000. South America is tilling up with Eng? lish. French and Germans, who are try? ing to carry their trades und industries with them. The late Sydney Bartlctt, of Boston, during his active career at the bar saw the Supreme Court of the United States twice entirely renewed. Georgia's Capitol was to cost $1,000, 000; it did cost $000,981.57, the com? missioners appointed tu superintend its building having $18.43 to the State Treasury. Some one has discovered that women never reckon time- by calendar years, but always say so many y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 June 1889

A MESSAGE. ?O'er the groat gray breast of tho restless sea A breeze is sighing; Hot the breeze should sigh, for the breeze is free? Free o'er tho ocean flying. "Tis I should sigh by tho great gray sen While th9 day's n-waning. Will tho breeze not carry a sigh for me Soft as it goes complaining? If a breath crept close and then kissed your face As with tender greeting, Would you guess and know through the wido fresh space Whence came tho voice entreating? Would you hear over there by your great gray sea What the wind was saying, "Understand tBo tnlo in that whisp'ring plea. Know what tho prayer was praying? Ah, the breeze conies back with tho fair gray dawn O'er gray sea stealing. And tho sun greets sea \vith a flro new born Strong for my faint heart's healing. And I know you said sonio word to the breeze, Some word love-meaning, For it kissed mo a kiss from the cool soft seas Sweet as their tender sheening. ?Alice Comyna Can: WHAT CAME OF IT. UY DINAH STUIIGI8. "A very foolish piece...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 June 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - - JUNK 7, im. SOUTllW EST VIRGINIA.. Mr. Clius. O. Eddy, vice president of t ho Norfolk and Western Railroad, whoso observations of the resources und growth of Southwest Virginia huvo been carefully imulo and whose opinions boar weight because of their ? lack of exageration ami booming em? bellishments, closes un open letter aw follows: 'T'aasing on to our Clinch Volley lino, which is to connect us with Ilm Louisville ami Nashville system through Cumberland Gap, the <li velopmonts of iron ore, coal, bnryles nnd other minerals bus been nioal extraordinary up to the present time, und will be exceeded as tho prospect? ing goes on. '?I claim that S lulhwest Virginiu is tl 10 best district for successful manufacturing in the United Stuten, not excepting the BiriniiigliHin dis? trict.'' Til!-: VIRGINIA, CANAAN. Tho following is from II <? pert ol Dr. J. J. Luflorly, in I ho Itichmond Christian Advocal <?: En Southwest Virgin...

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

Clinch Valley News*. FRIDAY,""? ~ JUNE~??. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS. y Cnpt. Sithlucl Lcecc is sonic better. tf Mr. E. V. Spotts bas moved into Iiis new store. Brick laying on tho Simmerinnn building coimnenced today. Capl. J. C. Rawn, of Bluefleld, was on the 6trcet9 Wednesday. Mrs. S. M. ii, Cou'.ling is r.n a vis it to ber former home?Norfolk. Prayer meeting at tho Y. M. C. A. roc ms each Sunday at 3:30 p. ui. The. closing exercises of the Tnze well High Sehoal occurs on June 14. Dr. J. T. Cooley bas materially improved bis residence on Church sheet. The freshet last week did consid? erable to crops in all parts of the county. The freshet carried off the dam of Henry and Graham's mill at Maiden Spring. A slide in the big cut on this side of Indian will stop 'truck laying un til August 1. Cards are out for the marriage, on June 10, of Miss Maltic Stras to Mr, A. D. YV. Walton. Rector Gauss preached his farewell Bcruion on Sunday evening last. He goes to Pocahontas. Judge I'ai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 June 1889

WHIP POOR WILL, "When purpling rdtadows westward creep And stars through crimsom curtains peep, And south winds sing thomsolves to sleep; From'woodlands" heavy with perfume Of spicy bud and April bloom Coraes through tho tender twilight gloom, Music most mellow, "Whip po' WM-f-Will, oh! Whip j?' Will?Will, oh! Whip po' Will, Whip po" Will Whip i>o' Will ?Will, oh!" . T1iq bosom ot the brook is Mied "With i\ew alarm, tho forest thrilled With startled echoes, and most skilled To run a labyrinthine race Tho fireflies ?glit their lamps to ehosa The culprit through the darkling space? Mischievous fellow, "Whip po' Will?W 11, oh! Whip po Will-Will, oh! Whip po' Will, Whip po' Will, Whip po' Will?Will, oh!" From hill to lull tho echoes fly The marshy brakes take up tho cry. And where the slumbering waters lie Tn calm repose, and slyly toads Tho snipe among the whispering reeds, The tale of this wild sprite's misdeeds Troubles the billow, "Whip po' Will?Will, oht Whip po' Will?Wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 June 1889

AT SET OF DAY. I sit alone and look back to the part? Those golden rdnys whose shifting; sands liavo run, And left a present barren of the sun? As ono who noble gains had pridefully amassed To find tbl-m melt like fairy gold at last, ' Who lingeredispossessed, despoiled, undone. Deploring the clear wealth so dearly won. So lavishly upon the waters cast. I who was rich, am now bereft 01 ail: I who had hope nm thrall now to despair; Youth's happy prophecies Time has dis? proved; Dumb nro the voices thnt were wont to call Iu days when love was good, and life Wat fair Yet it is something to have lived ami loved. ?ionise Chandler Moulton. PITH APPOINT. Always worn out?Hats. Universal profession?That of gob chaser. Ground rents?The effects of an earth quake. The tears shed on the stage arc all vol? unteers. A dead reckoning?Calculating ones fuueral expenses. Too much pie is apt to make one more crusty than pious. Offensive partisanship?An old maid'i acrimonious tirade against matrimony. T...

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

Vfe are not opt to look to South 'in erica for evidence of tho great progress science or art, and yot it is said that the scwerago system which is now boiug constructed in Buenos Ayres is the most perfect in the world. Measures have been token which will result in putting every house in the city in perfect sani? tary Condition within three years. Sani? tarlans will watch this stupendous under? taking with great interest, and will bo i able "to deduce from it many valuable practical lessons, . . _-~ Tho New Orleans Times-Democrat says: ^'Dy the nmouded New Hampshire Con? stitution members of the Legislature will io paid a certain fixed sum, $200 each, whlp'T,.' j]u> gession ;s long or short. i*. of course, designed to prevent ^^'"representatives from living too long And"' cnPlf?' at die expense of the State. In eieis is troubled with n similar prob Thu. The Constitution of 1848provided ?^iy of $2 a day for members of the Gen rul Assembly for the first forty-five days, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 June 1889

Clinch Valley News I Published Every Friday. Established In the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single. Copy,.5 Cents By Mail postage paid, ono yoar... $1.50 By Mail, postage paid. 0 months... .75 Entered at the Post Office at Tazowoll C. 11.. as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL, CARDS. H. c. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell c. n. Va. Will practice in tho Courts of Tazo ?woll county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythevillo. Collecting a specialty. Lauds fo'r sale and land titles examined. f. 8. blair, john o. watts. Lato Atto. Geu. Late U. S. Marshall. J^LAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS-ATLAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practico their profession In all ?the Courts of Tazewell Cnunty. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both countv and Circuit. r. H. folton, 8- m. b. COHLMNB, Lato Cirouit Judge, County Judgo, Wylhovillo, Ya. Tazewell O.li.Va. "j^TJLTON & COULLINQ, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will praotico in tho Circuit Courts of razewell county, S. M. B....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 June 1889

. Immigration shows a falling off for j tho first quarter of this year. Syndicates are. rapidly buying up nil tho Southern limber lands that they can get their hands on. . - _ \ Iowa farmers last year raised enough corn to pay off nil the mortgages in tho | State and leaven balance of 100,000,000 bushels. The Emperor of Brazil is about to is? sue an edict prohibiting Brazilian girls from marrying until they reach tho ripo old age of teu years, and the girls are mud about it. =-_ The school banking system was intro? duced in the public schools of Long Island City, N. V., about three, years ago, and already the pupils iu tho nine schools have ?10,701.95 to their credit. .? The Boers, of South Africa, have whipped England five different times, and one of their prophets is now pre? dicting a coming war in which a Boer will be raised to the British throne. The English, Germans und Kreuch arc all assiduously counting Mexico as a promising field of commercial enterprise aud English capital...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 June 1889

"jrtrVE FRIfiNDS WHO WERE AND " THE FRIENDS WHO ARE. . .My world is peopled not alone By those its d.i?y life who share: The loved whom other yearn have known ? Descend from their diviner air, As ono might coma from over sea, ?Or down tho street to sit with mo And make tho fairest morn more fair; And mine arc earth and sun and star, "With friends who were nnd friends who ore. They aro tho same ns when they went? Tender atul true and still nay own; But rarer beauty heaven has lent, As if some wind of God had blown AU trace of doubt and care and dole From each serene, enfranchised soul. And they could never moro mako moan! Yet my uulikeness cannot bar From friends who were and friends who are. ?O, pure and blessed Presences That enter noiseless as the light From your celestial pleasances, What wolcome waits you, dawn or night! And in the sweetness, the repose, My common room a templo grows, . All rosy bloom and stainless whito, Where I commune, no fear to mar, With friends who wore an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 June 1889

Clinch Valley News.';' FRIDAY, - - - JUNE 14, 1889. STATE CONVENTION. As the recent floods have seriously interfered with railroad travel throughout Virginia and necessarily deferred the call of a meeting of the Democratic Executive Committee to select tho date for the State Convention at Richmond, Va., it is suggested that the counties on their respective court days proceed with the appoinhnent of delegates to represent them, subject to the future nomination of the convention by tho Executive Committee, as heretofore ordered by the Stute Central Committee. [Signed] John S. Barbour, Chairman State Committee TENTH DAY AFTER THE CHEAT CONEMAUGH DISASTER, Johnstown, June 10. The great raft is an endless, measureless graveyard, made in a night. Its tomb stone is the shattered timbers stick ing out of tho wreckage, the torn, ragged fragments of walls marking where Thee waters had been. Though hundreds have already been uncovered the deadd today are coming to light in surprising numbers. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 June 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY," - - ? JUNE 14, 1889. L?Cd L AND G?AERA L NIC WSJ311IEFS. Miss Mamie Stom\ of the Semi? nary, will leave for home on Mon? day. / Mr. Tom Wickham, the hero of the Poouhoutas llood, is in thu city today. Mrs. Beiiniuger and Miss Mattie Ready left for Pennsylvania Wed? nesday morning. Mr. Ed. V. Spotts is making things look inviting in his clean, now grocery store. Miss Douglass Stubbs and Miss Lou Coulliiig arc stopping with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Spotts. Mrs. 11. B. Gillespie will visit friends during the summer and take a deserved aud needed rest. The weekly prayer meeting of tho Y. M. C. A. bus been changed from Sunday afternoon to Friday even? ing. Professor Shelburuc will remain in town for some weeks, after which he will travel in the interest of the Seminary. Mr. A. A. Spott? has moved to town from Bluestotie and occupies the residence lately vacated by Mr. Jtto. Spotts. A newspaper man said the News' report last, week of the Johnstown disaster was the b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 June 1889

WASHINGTON. 1 drip of ono who lives, and is not dead, i "Whoso uaiuo and famo con novor, never die; The grnvo, calm man, of solemn voico and eye, Of martial soul, great heart, firm hand, clear head, "Who through tho gates of hell his legions led Beneath a frowning sky 1 Oppressed by hate and envy in tho North, By thoughts of those ho cherished in the South, "With eourngeablo heart ho still went forth, Through famine and through drouth, To bo tho savior?father?of thu land, In tho hollow of God's hand! I see him in the rich Virginia fields. Amid tho clover and tho asphodel, "Whilo round him boom tho bees, 'neulli burnished shields, i And over him the wood-bards? deal* notes swell, A happy boy, with butterflies at piny, Through a long summer day. And then I seo the young surveyor tramp IVhero the wild red man anil dear hud gone before; And, when the day is dead, I seo him camp Beneath the stars, where swollen rivers roar, I seo him with his sweetheart lead the dance; 1 catch the word* ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 June 1889

DOGS OF WAR. Till-, I1ATE8T RECRUITS IN TUM GERMAN ABUT, Shepherd. Dogs Trained for Scutiucl Duty?The Assistance They Will Rentier to Sentinels aiul the Ambulance Corps. The dogs of war have passed out ol rhetoric into reality. The plobion tow haired, bristling shephcard dogs of Ger? many have been forced into military ser? vice and have come to be a valuable ally to the armies of tho Emperor. At first sight tho German shepherd dogs gives on? every bad impression. Ho looks liko as animal of very bad breeding and very low instincts. But he improves on- belter ac? quaintance and will shortly demonstrate A WAU DOG. that ho has extraordinary intelligence and n devotion to duty that is simply marvelous. To him every one is either a friend or a foe?an instinct which sup? plies an excellent foundation for a mili? tary training. After n few months of ser? vice this instinct is developed to such a remarkable degree that he can tell at sight whether a man belongs to the army I of His Royal Hi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 June 1889

Modem dredging machinery has so re? duced the cost of digging deep and wide canals by the system of endless chain and Icoops nud inclined chutes, thnt this work can be done for less than one-half tho proportionate expense required when Iho principal canals of this country were Jug. A three-mill tax now would go further in the acconiplishmeut of such excavating work than a six-mill tax would have gone at that rime. "Which is the greatest wool consuming country in the world? It will surprise some to learn that France heads the list with a total of 100,000,000 kilograms consumed in 1887, England coming next with 180,000,(1(10 kilograms, the United States third with 170,000,000, Germany fourth with 140,000,000, Russia lifth with only 80.000,000, and Austria-Hun? gary, Belgium nnd Italy with 40,000,000, 10,000,000 nnd 32,000,000 respectively. It is said, in the /'./// Mali OattUe, thnt euch year fifteen people out of every 1000 marry. Of each 1000 men who marry 8H1 arc bachelors and 131)...

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