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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 21 June 1889

Clinch Yallcy News, Published Every Friday. Established in the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Singic Copy,.SCentJ By Mail postago paid, one year... S1.5? By Mail, postngopaid. 0months... .73 Entered at the Post Office at Tazeweli C. i!., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II. Va. "Will practico in tho Courts of Tazo Tvell county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythovillo. Collecting a specialty. Lands for sate aud land titles e.xamiued. 1 . s. BLAllt, john o. watts. Lute Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. >LAIR & WATTS, ) ATTO R NEYS-AT-LAW, Tazeweli. C. It., Va. Will practico their profession in nil the Courts of Tazowoll Cnuiity. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both couutv and Circuit. r. n. ruLTox, h- si. d. coullino, Lnto Ci.v.uit.Tud({e, County Judge, Wythovillo, Ya. TazoweU O.H.Ya. J^ULTON & COULLINQ, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II., Va. Will practico in tho Circuit Courts of Xaz-uwcll county. S. M. B. Coulliug ...

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. — 21 June 1889

A desire for Home ltule is spreading. ? Scotland wants it uow. j Tlic Supreme .Court of Nebraska holds that notes given to cover grain margins; 110 void. Not in years, it is raid, has the price fef live beef cattle been so low as at present. Vermont has suffered more in the past Tew jean than any of her sister States by the emigration of her sons to the West. Says the philosopher of the Philadel? phia Cull: ".Money is not the root of all evil. Poverty is responsible for more Crime than anything else/' An Indiana Judge has decided that a traveler can h ive his rules and regula? tions as well as a hotel, and that where they conflict his rights are equal. All the trusts on earth cannol starve the farmer who has a good garden, a few pigs, some chickens, and a couple of cows, says a Western farm paper. The estate of the late I. V. Williamson, of Philadelphia, foots up to nearly (110,; 01)0,000; and yet the only article <?r lux? ury that he possessed was a hundred dol? lar gold watch, ...

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. — 21 June 1889

THE HEIGHT OF AMBITION. j Thorp dwelt, upon a fertile plain, A discontented wight. And evermore he longed to gain The distance-purpled height. "Could I but reach the top," quoth hp, "How very near the stars I'd be!"' At ln> I he sought to seals the peak Of which he oft had dreumed; He w alked a day?he walked a week? And yet no nearer seemed. "The more I tug and toil," quoth he. '?The more it slips away from me." * ? ? * * Tho mountain slope was bleak and high? Rough crags and bowlders gray; Ho reached tho top; alas! the sky Was just ns far away. Now, what a climb 1'vo had," quoth ho, "And how tho stars w ill mock at mo!" The scone that spread beneath his ga/.o Till lost in distant dim. Was not the scene of early days That held such hope for hini. "The world is very Mat." quoth he, "I i.iis- the hills I used to wo!" ?A". S. Bunwteatl, tti 1 ottfA'a CoiH/uiiifoa. The Man With a History n\ uouui.as si. vukn. . j . <:1 caul sec those three palm trees," said the .Major, a gray-head...

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. — 21 June 1889

Clinch Valley News.' FRIDAY, - - - JUNIS 21, 188?. DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING. Tho Democrats of Tazewell Oounly are requested lo moot lit the Court house on Tuefulny, June 23, 18S3, nt one o'clock p. m. for tin* purpose of electing delegates, and alternates to the Richmond State Convention. The basis of representation utilities Tumi well county to thirteen delegates ami thirteen nltct'liiitos, divided as M lows: Jofl'ersovillo District. 5; Clour Fork District, ?">; Maiilon Spring Dis trict, 3. All wbo expect, to support the Democratic tic.kot uro cordially invited to participate in Ilm meeting. ..). 11. W in i i t v, T. A. Lynch, Snc'y. Cbtiiruuiii. THE DEMOCRATIC PAH L'Y. The Couiior Journal has bad very little lo say in the current talk about Democratic unity, bocausu it has not thought tlmt unity menaced by any ' immediate dangers. Tim parly wont into tho last Presidential campaign fairly uuilcil aud, though bcatuii, il cnuio out of if to oiiconntor no serious dissensions. On all...

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. — 21 June 1889

Clinch Valley News. 1'KIDAY, - - 7 JUXK -Jl/lHK'.l. LOC I L A.\\D G /:. V ER, IL A'/JU S BRIEFS. Mr and Mrs. J-jmil How wore from Indian. The Court of Appeals is in ses Bioii at Wythevitlu. Miss Mamie Stone left fur homo yesterday morning. District conference will commence at this place July 1 7. Dr. Gildersieevo's new dwelling is nearly ready lor the roof. Mr. Felix O'Keeffc has returned from the V. A. & M. College. Mr. IT. M. Snrytho, of llio Pocn honlas Headlight, is in the oily. Good progress is making on the walls ol tin' Siniiuurmaii building. Mrs. C. E. Kregloe came back last, week from a visit to Baltimore. Miss .Martha Poiree is homo lor Mm summer from college at Salem, N. C. J. W. Chapman, Ivsq., relumed from a professional trip to Balti? more. Mr. J. C. Heavers,of the Koanoke Herald, was in town during the week. Mr. A. C. Spotts made good use of a furlough from his corps on the C. V. It. it. The Presbyterian church shows what, manner of building it will be when comple...

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. — 21 June 1889

SHOWER AND FLOWER. Down the little drops pntu.r, Making a musical clatter, Out of tho clouds they throng; Freshness of heaven they scatter Little dark rootlets among. "Coming to visit you, Posies! Open your hearts to us. Hum's!" That is the Raindrop's song. Up tho Httlo seed rises; Burls of all colors and sizes Clamber up out of the ground. Gently the blue sky surprises Tho earth with that soft-rushing sound. 1'Welcome f1?tho brown beasaro humming, "Come! (or wo wait for your coming!" Whisper tho wild (lowers around. "Shower, it is pleasant to I tear you!1' "Flower, it is sweet to Im? near you!" This is the song everywhere. Listen! the made will cheer you! Raiudrop and blossom so fair Gladly are m toting together, Out in the beautiful weather; Ob. tho swe?t song in the air] MISS BEODA'S "TRAMP." BY IIKt.KS T. CI.ARR. '?It's going to be a hittor cold night, Savilln, and you bad better set the bread sponge by the sitting-room stove, or it will take forever anil a day to rise." "Yes, M...

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. — 21 June 1889

A THOUGHT. There are some pearls which lie beneath tht sea. So deep, so deep, "No diverts hand vau reach, nor eye beheld. The waters keep Their treasure safely hid and nil untold Thro' years unit year-, thro" storms that o'er it whirl. Fairer than other pearl*, perhaps this imirl. There are some thoughts which He within the soul So far, so far, 80 deep within the heart's most Beeret coll, I.ike sum- hid star. That but this heart its whispers sweet cttn tell, (Sale hid away and treasure* 1 and unsought. Fairer ttuui other thoughts, perhaps this thought. ? ?Cora Fabbrt. PITH AND POINT. Quinine is malaria's bitterest enemy. [ Female colleges should have u course of | true love. '.Many men meet with a fall when wait? ing for a "rise."' A spark of love ? The diamond in the J engagement ring. No ship of war wants a cannon ball ' flying at her masthead.?Picayune. It is said t hat mermaids tie up their hair > with a marine hand. ? Detroit Free Press. When a little man is hopelessly in lo...

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. — 21 June 1889

A put for tho Baconians to crack' is jfurnWied by a recimt monograph on the Baron-Shakespcarc ontrovcrsy. Tho wiiter furnishes an ciubornto study, states ibe Ban Francisco Chronic?'-, of the way in i'.Hvhicli Bhukcspcure spoko of bcor nnK kViuu^tyid'these usages arc contrasted ? Ith Bacon's re' unc? to tho same suh Wftect. Nothing cpuld be. wider tlian the ci>ntD8?\jithctwcch the views of tho two lucou regarding tlic two bevor purely .scientific standpoint, spearc looked :tt theru in the jj spirit. Mt'iixifrrctititr*' Record observes: f.'The beauty .did v.irVty of Southern for? est arc admired h, all lovers of nature. ' Tdjf.ii founders, r.-i' e"i"? rin;; this, should \ tvfili inner iiNo tie i f "II e;rown trees ouec ^PmKtroyed cairn, be replaced. Lowell v ? HBie wrote: ?\Vl.o iloes Ids ditty, is a question ? Ton eoni| .1 >.\ 10 tie solved by me, liul lie, 1 v.. ..m e the suggestion, [ Does part of bis that ]>lnut a tree' 'I., whicti may s,:fely be added that, lie s;WllO sa...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 28 June 1889

Clinch Valley News, Published {Every Fkiday. Established, In the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy,.../.6 Cents By Mail postago paid, one year... ?1.6fJ By Mail, postage paid. C mouths... .13 Entered at tho Post Oflieo at Tazowoll C. II., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL" CARDS. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II. Va. Will practice iu tho Courts of Tazo well county and tho Court of Appeals at Wytheville. Collcctiug a specialty. Lauds for salo and land titles examined. v. s. nr.Mit, john o. watts. Lato Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall.': B LAIR & WATTS, ATTO RNEYS-AT-LAW, 1 Tazewell C. n., Va. Will practica their profession in all the Courts of Tazowoll Cuunty. Crept. Blnir will attend nil the Courts?rboth eountv and Circuit._i S. U. FULTON, 8- M. B. cour.l.ISG, Lnto Circuit Judge, County Judge, Wytheville, Ya. Tazowoll O.H.Va. jpULTON & COULLINO, A1TOENEYS-AT-LAW, j Tazewelb C. H., Va. \ \ Will practice iu tho Circuit Courts 'of Tazewell county. S. M. ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 28 June 1889

Tho London l imex is now known us the "Thunderbolt Forger." The United States supremo Court has decided that beans are not seeds. A movement is on foot in Nicaruagn to sever the relations between Church and State._ Judge Drown in the United States Court at Detroit has decided that the de? vice "Patent Applied For" is no protec? tion to an inventor. It will require about. 12,000 men to man the new American Navy. It would prove interesting to know how many of the number will he native Americans. The number of stars in the United States IIa"; for all branches of the service is thirty-eight, and the number will not be changed until the Fourth of duly, 1830. Ex-Mayor Weaver, of Pittsburg, Penn., say? there is no longer any land in that city available for manufacturing sites. The lowest price for hind suitable for such uses is :,t leas; $18,000 nil acre, and that is more than manufacturers care to pay-_ Although the climate at the British set? tlement on the delta of the Niger is so Unhea...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 28 June 1889

THE DANDELIONS. ?Oh! there's aoawtaias bo ecstatic In the springtime <<f the year. When the sunbeams ami the shower. Make Um dead leaves disappear; When the bluebird and tho robin And the saucy little wren Toll us with their chirp and chatter That the world's awake again? But there's something more Inspiring Than an Instrumental tune. Brighter than the crimson roses Iu the lovely month of June. You may differ, but. I tell you Thai i: makes my ol.l heart whirl Woi m 'h any sidelong glances Krom the blue eyes of a girl; And it makes me feel like yellin' Same ns when I (lew my kite, Pulliu' on tho string and ynnkiu' Till it traveled out of sight. Ro it. mnkes nn bit of difFrenes What is iu my heart, there's room For to love the dandelions When they just buglil to bloom. O'a! you needn't turn vom- noso up (Passing nroud and ?.tiCul byi At this little st,,r of yellow Gleaming in nn emernM sky; He's an angel of the grasses, With about a million ?vingt, Ami I guess he's necessary To ...

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. — 28 June 1889

Clinch Valley News* FRIDAY. - - ? JUNE 20, 188?. VIRGINIA COKE FOIC THE SOUTH. For several years tho Clinch Val? ley News tins boon calling attention to (ho great advantage lo bo derived to its section from a southern rail? road connection through tho Clinch Valley by way of Big Stone mid Cumbei'lnnd Gaps. Tho iron fur? naces of tin! central South uro hui rounded by coal Holds, but it. is not the class of Glio coking coal found in } the Flat Top region and in the coun? ties of Tozeiroll, Bussoll, .Buchanan, Dickousou and Wise. This in par- j ticulurly manifested by tho fact that I tho Clmltauooga Citico furnace, for instance, one of the most prosperous in the South, gets its supply of coke from I'ocahoiilas, in Lliis county, ami that tcio, w-licn tbo product must be | hauled in mi opposilo direction I" Rlldfoi'd before starting towards' Chattanooga. Tho auporior quality of tbo coko, however, makes up tbo', difference in cost over that of Lhoj Southern article. Qoii. linbodon has an ...

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. — 28 June 1889

m. - * Clinch Valley News. FBI HA Y, - - ~ JUNK 2'.), IHR?. L0?4L AND GENERAL NE WS BRIEFS. Mr. Cecil Pccty Is home from Ronnokc College. Uncle It'lly Moore came Up from Abbs Valley yesterday. Muster Hants GillCspit) lias re turned from Bethany College-. The iiMeudanuo upon I lie June term ol County (.'uni t was small. Hon. Hetlry Bo won and Col. Jno, G. Watts are in Washington city. Regular business meet ing of the Y. M. c. A. on Friday evening next Mr. II. A Sau inters at (ended a Rvvell wedding lit Pulaski City oil Wednesday. The Tennessee Midland read is likely to be completed to Nashville by Christ mas. bin Hayes, wile of die ex presi? dent, died at her home in Fremont, Ohio, on Tuesday morning. The Dickeusoii property north of town has been bought for Rev. Mr. Leslie ol the. Baptist church. Mr. Jno. D. Alexander camo in from Baltimore Sunday, and was greeted by his friends, that is, every laxly. On our nth page toil ay will be found a striking and instructive il lustration of ...

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. — 28 June 1889

A SPRING GREETING. What is tliis the bluebirds call. Seeking mate ami nesting-true, FliltiiiK bright through forest hall, Merrily, cheerily? "It is spring?!??_? joyous all!" Tins is what the bluebirds cnJL What is this the roliius King, Wooing from each leafing tree. Making nil the woodland riiic;, Merrily, cheerily? "It U spring, gladsome spring ?* This Is wli.it. the robins sine What is thi- our blithe hearts say, As the wakened earth we see BroMcring nor robes so e,ny. Merrily, cheerily; "Spring lias come in springsold way I" I This is what our blithe hearts say. "Spring'sold way," and spring'sokl song, Only sung in newer key; Gladem it li\ es s|H*ing bctoug, Merrily, cheerily. Km.. ... Ilten, siii(; loud and Ion;*: "Welcome, spri::c In s|iring"sold way:" ? Yal'lh's //oilnee. k HOSPITAL COVERLET.! Wart! Nu. 1' was to any casual inspec- I ?mi precisely like tin- other nineteen with vliieh :.i formed the (.'eticral Hospital of Jcfiorsunvillc, Indiana. It was clean,anil ; he loin" r...

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. — 28 June 1889

WEAKYIN' KOU YOU. Jest a-wcnryiif for you. All the tinit! a-feeliu' blue; Within' for you. wonderiu' when You'll be com In1 home a gen; Restless don't know what to do. Jest n-wearyin1 for you. Keep a-mopln' day by day; Dull?in everybody's way. Folks they smile an' pass along Wotlderin' what on earth is wrong J Twouldu't help'em if they knew? Jest :--w?earyin' for you. Room's so toncsouie, w Ith your ebuir Empty by tie. fireside there; Jest can't stand the sight <>f it; GoOUt-iloor*IUI1 roam a bit. Out the woods is lonesome, too, Jest a-wearyin' for you. Comes the wind with soli caress L&c the rustlln' of your dress; Blossoms faliin' to tin- ground Softly-Iiko your footsteps sound; Violets-like your oyes so blue. Jest a-wearyin' for you. Mornin' comes: Tit" birds awake (Used to sin;; so for your sake.) 'Jut there's sadness iu the notes Thai come thrillin' from their throats! Seem t<> feel your absence too, Jest a-wearyin' for yon. Evenfn' falls: 1 miss you in ire Wh &...

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. — 28 June 1889

It is well known that many snilors can? not switn. Still, ouc would scarcely havo supposed that n seaman who had attained the rank of Captain in the United States Navy would be without that useful accomplishment. The great hurricane at Samoa, however, demonstrated that Captain Mulliu, Commander of the Nipsie* was no swimmer. lie reached the shore from his grounded vessel strapped to a cask. A curious wedding has just taken place Bt Lodz. Hungary. A young man. eight? een years of age, and oT good position, for some unaccountable reason married a piior widow with a numerous family. The ?'blushing" bride is in herscventy-fourth year! The "happy" bridegroom has now eleven stc|tsoiis ami daughters, I lie old? est of whom i- fifty-three; besides t wen tv-three grandchildren ami twenty-three great-grandchildren -aud all thai a! eighteen. Some of the most ignorant immigrants who arrive at Castle Garden, New York city, look upon America as an Kklorndo, and arc somewhat surprised to Hud licit...

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. — 5 July 1889

Clinch Valley News, PuBLisriKD Every Friday. Established In the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy,.6 Conts By Mail postngo paid, one year... ?1.50 By Mail, postage paid. C months... .75 Entered at the Post Ofliee at Tazowell C. H., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II. Va. Will practice, in tho Courts of Taze? well county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythevillo. Collecting a specialty. Lauds for Bale aud land titles examined. <f. s. fll.Allt, john o. watts. Late Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. j?LAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell c. H., Va. Will practieo their profession in all ?the Courts of Tazowell County. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both couutv and Circuit. r. ti. foi.ton, 8. m. d. l'oui.i.ino, Lato Circuit Judge, County Judgo, Wythevillo. Ya. Tazowoll O.U-Ya. ?jpULTON & COULLING, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice in tho Circuit Courts of razcwcll county. S. M. B. Coulliur...

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. — 5 July 1889

The Turkish Navy is rapidly falling in? to decay._ Chicago is determined to count a mil? lion in next year's census. There are 31,802 United States pen? sioners who draw only $2 a month. The United States will not expend more than 80,400,000iu making the cen? sus of isao. Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany is the only sovereign in Europe, asserts the New York Mail ???I Krpreu, who is really try? ing to earn his salary. The Chicago Z'/wirshas discovered thai the United State- is not adequately repre? sented at the Paris exposition in the de? partments of the industrial and decorative Pension Commissioner Tanner says that not less than 10,000 honorably discharged loldiers and sailors of the Union Army and Navy are living to-day in alms bouses. It is estimated that seventy-two Ameri? can citizens nre worth the colossal sum ol $1,4-13,000,000. This is just $33,000,000 in excess <>f the total money circulation of the United Stales, according to a litte Treasury statement. "Let it he remembe...

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. — 5 July 1889

\jurx p i_ao> At Uio rocc-nt sinking of th.i war ships at Apia tho Captain of one of them ordered the flag unfurled. Tho men on board unothor of the doomed vessels erected it with a cheer, which was responded to with their hist breath by tho loyal Captain and Iiis inen. Across the peach-blow sky of spring Tho storm-dark clouds are looming; With sullen voice the breakers ring, TJie thunder loudly booming. The huddled war ships rido apace, liaeh at her anchor straining; Black, black, is all of heaven's fnej; It lightens 'twixt tho raining. bike crumpled rose loaves the mist eJge I The hidden reM' enwreatblng, But cruel as hell tho jagged ledge Beneath those waters sasthlug. On, on they come, the poor dumb tuiugs. The storm winds fiercely driving: At her dread work each breaker sings, Kor conquest madly striving. ,-lf wo must die"?the leader's veleo Outswelled the roar of thunder? "It Is our own ami soleum choieo Vo die < ur dear flag under. "For us to-day the battle Held ^ Is wh...

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. — 5 July 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - ? JULY B, 188?. ' GUIU-i II NATO DIAL CONVEN? TION. On llio Ulli of August, in Bich uioiul, tlu- Democratic pnrly of Vir gitiia will moot in conveiition lo mime its candidates for Governor, Lioutenant Governor nml Attorney Goucrul. A number of nainen have boon mentioned in connection with eacb of the offices. The most proini neiitly lUOIlHoiied for Governor are Messrs. McKinney, Tyler, OTonull. Harris ami IJeiriio, ami each will he pushed by his respective friends. Any one of the men would till Ilm oflico satisfactorily lo the pcoplo. It is a matter of small luouiont to the ; people generally as to tlio mini com i pared to tlio vitttl importntico of the kiiccosh of tho parly?not for the sake of politics, but for the best interests of tho Slato. No Governor since tho war has lofloclod so much honor on the old Comiiioiiwonllli or eointiitind od so much respect nil over tho] Union ns nur Pitz Lee, und ho was a! Democrat. He is by law disqualified j from ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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