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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 August 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - Tf- ?TJG~9, 1881J. Z0G4 L AND 'GENERAL NE WS BRIEFS. feauuders offers some bargaius tbis week. Mr. J. F. Beavers, of Roauoke, is in tbe city. Major T. P. Bowen will bo depu? ty to Marsball Watts. Mr J. S. Cliiitwoll is bouie after a protracted absence, east, Esq. Wm. O. Yost bas been ap pointed U. S. Cotumissiouor. Mrs. Cooley, of Florida, is visit? ing tbe family of Rev. J. N. Har tuno. Prof. Gill Thomas will give a mu? sical performance touigbt at the Seminary. Mr. David Peirce is in Philadel? phia, where ho will take a course in pharmacy. Prof. Cephas Shelburne aud bride arrived ou Wednesday evouiug aud are at tbe Seminary. Mrs. T. K. Hall bus received her papers as postmistress at Kelly, the new office at tbe depot. J. II. Stuart, Esq., returned last evening from West Va., where bo had been on legal business. The Misses Fowler, of Abiugdou, and Miss Weir, of Texas, are visit? ing their friend, Miss Anuio Peory. Mr. Cbns. N. Winner, of tbo Shen audoa...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 August 1889

THE HERO OF THE CONEMAUOH. Abovo tho valloy ol tho Conemnugh ' Black, boding clouds frowned down; Tho spirit of tho tempest shrieked Its voiceless warning to a fated town. "Flee, flee for your lives!" It cried; "Escapo tho surgo of tho relentless tido!" Yet no one heeded?no ono understood j No warning reached those of t-warned ears. Fathers but laughed and mothers fond But smiled, nnd soothed their children's fears, "Whilestill tho tempest sobbed ami cried: "Flee, flee for your lives! Hide! rido!" For up tho valloy ono man understood; An unknown hero heard tho awful cry, And like a whirlwind rode ho dorm To worn them of death's horror nigh. "Flee, fleo for your lives!" ho cried; "Escape tho surgoof tho rolcntless tide." "Ho's mad," thoy thought. Few heeded what be said; Some laughed and scoffed, u handful fled, But nearly nil remained behind Within that Valley of tho Dead. Still on ho rodonnd madly cried: "Flee, flee for your lives! Rido! RidoP' On, on ho rodo nnd raced with death, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 August 1889

DEAD OR ALIVE? |BEIUE STOIUE8 ABOUT PRE.MA. TUKE UUIUALiS. How tho Cardinal Thrilled tho French Semite?Tho Story of Ginovrn,?A Shivery Talc of a Spcotro G ucst. In 1SG0 a most dramatic scene oc? curred in the French Beuute?s scene in real life that would have been voted im? possible on the stage. A petition had been presented point? ing out tho dangers of hasty interments and suggestiug measures for their preven? tion. M. do la Uucronuierc proposed to shelve it. Hut the venerable Cardinal Donnet, Archbishop of Bordeaux, arose in support of the petition. His argument was long aud interest? ing. Ho had himself, ho said, while yet a cure, saved several persons from being buried alive. He had seen n man taken from his coffin aud restored to health. He had seen the body of a youog lady laid out for dead, the attendants cover? ing her face as he entered, yet allowing him to observe so much as convinced him she was not dead, but sleeping. "With a land voice he cried out that he was come to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 August 1889

TTin Jf cfurn Of tho Tide, lught our boats lay drifting, late, Upon tho sea's unmoved expanse, When, lol some eddying swirl of fato? Borne current of capricious chance Broke chain from chain and hoart from heart, And wo were borne apart. "Xo? southern ward, to drift or Ho? I Jraow not bow, nor vhon, nor whoro; I underneath this northern sky? A frozen heart in frozm atr? "Sot soothed by onosustaining thought Mine oyos to mo have brought. For this I know; all tidos convorge. Through dark mid light, through calm and strops; The southorn swell nnd northern surgo Some day shall meot nnd coalesco; And all tho freights tliesi currents boar Shall moot, somo dny s-omewhero. Ah, wlint though blnck clouds hide tho sky, And desolate, trackless wastes divido? Bonio dny, somowbere, our boats shnll lio Withhi tho hnrbor, sido by side, Whoro sorrow novemore, nor pain, Shall sovor us ngain. ?John W. O'Kcefc. GISELE'S CAPRICE. Tho salon was lighted by a singlo lamp which shed a soft radiance through?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 August 1889

\ ( Clinch Yalley News, Published Every Friday. Established In the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy',!.5 Cents By Mall postago paid, ono year... $1.5(1 By Mail, postago paid. 0 months... .70 Entered at tho Post Ollico at Tazowoll C. 11., as second class matter. ^TBOFESSloijAX, CARDST" ? JJ C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H. Va. Will practice in tho Courts of Tazo? woll county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythovillo. Collecting a specialty. Landd for sale and land titles examined. f. s. bla1k, john o. watts. Lato Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. gLAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practico their profession in all the Courts of Tazewell Cnunty. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courta?both countv and Circuit. T. n. FULTON, 8- M. 1). COuJjI.INQ, Lnto Circuit Judge, Comity Judge, Wythovillo. Va. Tazowoll O.U-Va. Jj^ULTON & COULLINO, ATTORNEYS -AT-D AW, Tazewell O. H., Va. Will prnctico iu tbo Circuit Courts of lazewell coun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 August 1889

Cuba is const itutiounlly agitating fot self-government. The President has banished Sundaj drills in the army. The Legislature of Illinois has made il n misdemeanor to adulterate lard. It is estimated that a rainy day in t city of 200,000 people kills t?25,0UC worth of trade. Co-education of white and colored stu? dents is practiced iu tbe law school at Baltimore, Md. Andrew Carnegie, the iron master ol Pennsylvania, wants rich men to set tin example of simple living. "At no time in the history of the coun? try," asserts the Chicago Sun, "hns there been so ninny new concerns started up." A writer in the Paris Matin indicate! that the next Papal Conclave will Ik compelled by the drift of events to oleel ns Pope :m English or tin American Car? dinal. An international congress on the im? portant subject of the housing of tho poor, in both its physical und moral aspects, is tube held in Paris during the great Exhibition. England can only Bud forty men inhci military service who can talk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 August 1889

JJULLS AND BEAMS. Tic farm >T with the banker ranks: He's not afraid of "bulls aud bears;" He manages substantial banks, l:i which ho holds ''advancing' shares Tender his lambs, lit for the slaughter; "Lively'' the stock he has to water. His banks are banks of loam and clay. He shares his plough-shares in tho mould. Nature ho trusts, and gets his puy In dividends of green and gold. His "margins" are in Heids grown over With crops, and ho can "live in clover." His slock if "down"' is sure to "rise" When he "calls" "white face," "spot*1 r.nd "roan;" Ami he is "cute" and worldly wiso ? When speculators ask a loan. He prospers well at money-making E'en when his richest banks are breaking. Tile former with his "spanking" team, "Lighlfout" and "Swift" can sweep the plain. His "splendid sorrell" and his ??cream'' Will "take no dust," with might and mnne; They speed in-"triumph fast und fa-tee, Uphill and down without diaster. His face is bronzed, his hands uro brown, But on his ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 August 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - - AUG. Iii, lSSi). A HOLE IN THE WALL. Tbo great Cumberland Mountains, separating Virginia from Kentucky ami tho west, and always theimpeno trnblo and insurmountable barrier botweeu tho two sections, 1ms been drilled through and through. At 6:40 o'clock on the evening of the 8th instant, n discharge of eight canes of dynamite let daylight through tho tunnel id Uunibcrhiud Gap. This tunnel, just linisbed, is 3,050 feet long and is in three States, Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee It required eighteen mouths to com? plete tho work, at a cost of $359,000. This is one of tho most important railroad events of Into years. It. is through this tunnel that tlio Norfolk and Western will have an out let over its Clinch Valley Division, ns well ;is from Bristol over tho South Atlantic and Ohio. Its construction murks an era in tho history of tho Louis-, villo and Nashville, which built it. Its great system will, through this gap, bo able to reach the eastern sea?...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 August 1889

Clinch Valley Ncws.| FRIDAY, - * : AUG. 1071881). LOCdL AjYD GEA'ERAL jYE WS BRIEFS. Mrs. J. C. Rawn, of Blucficld, is visiting in town. Col. Robert Smith und frinily, of California, tiro visiting friends in Tmsewell. Mrs. Judge Coulling left yosecr day lor Norfolk, where bei' mother is reported ill. Stock men hnvo been well [ileas ed with the prices for sheep aud Iambs this season. The Presbyterians will have tho pleasure of worshiping together in their bright new church in u low weeks. k Kev. Mr. Southull has |nrrivcd to take charge of tho Episcopal churches at this place and at l'oua houtus. Tho Bristol Courier says that a Taxe well man has about succeeded in the capture of one of Bristol's fairest. General Mahone and his sou,But? ler, have been, sinco last week, guests of Taxewell personal aud po litical friends. Mr. Rees T. Bowen, Jr., is an tltorixed to make collections and re? ceive subscriptions for the Cj.incii Valley News. Dr. J. R. UHdersluevo is laying the stone foundati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 August 1889

. THE RUINED CITY. Lovo fouml mc where o&nd my wasted years 1 cat ami gazed with coin, uaheeding sight On fair shafts fallen end scarred with time and tears? Palace nnd temple prono in pallid blight, "Whoso gilded peaks onco c.iaght tho sun's firs! gleam*, When youth and 1 dwelt in the land of f> 'dreams. 1 sat within tho shattered porch of Fame, Whoso glittering pinnaclo) rose, highest there. Upon whose shrines hone fed tho rainbow domo, Till hope lay dead beneath the feet of care; Now through the mouldering roof frost, wind and rain Blur its ilark courts with many a blistering stain. And here fair Friendship had a royal dome; Pride, Pomp and Pleasure each n houso of Bold; And, oh. more sweet than all, I built a Home Wherein my days might rip.-n and grow old: Lo, through their hollow chambers wheel and tl v The owl and bat with melancholy cry. So on the lifeless ruins of the past. While, like pale leaves of milimm. on my bead The dust of wan decay fell thick ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 August 1889

A FANTASY. What Is a girl's life, pray? A little garden space Within whose every spriug Slie sees tier lieauteous face; Where she is solo possessor Of all sho hears and sees, From tho tinting of the bints in summer To tho honey of the bees; Rosy wreaths ami strings of pearl All belong to the happy girl. And what is a boy's life, pray? A quiet, shady nook Where he has nothing to do but plo/ Nor ever read a book; A kingdom of contentment. Which every hour discloses Koine new delight of sense and sight Fresh growth of sweeter roses; A rich Inheritance of joy That crowns ?rith liilit tho h ppy boy. Wo might be more than happy Anil lend such perfect lives. If all of us were children And none wire husbands, wive-, But hoys grow, and girls grow, Together or apart, Till some day each discovers The other has a heart. Tins halves their joys r.U.ldoubles theil carts, -1 ml ends in wrinkles and cruy hairs; hi the feet that rock the cradle, In hands that toil for bread, The trouble about the liv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 August 1889

Commenting on the generous donat ions to the sufferers by tlio Conemaugh flood, the Washington Star observes: How the self-made "money-kings" and "merchant princes" of America shine in comparison with the Kings cud Princes "by di? vine right" iu the old world when tlio hat is passed around iu behalf of the victims of disaster. ; Tu 1S15 an English collector, Sit Thomas Phillips, followed the track of the allied armies in France and bought up nil books, manuscripts, etc., that he could lay his bands on, believing that one day these collections would be immensely valuable. Tho French Government is now offering fabulous sums to his heirs for many of Iiis historical manuscripts, in this mass of literary material. The Cincinnati /inquirer relates that when one Charles Weber stood up in n court in that city the other day for ex? amination as to his qualifications ns n juror, he was asked bow many children he had. He declined to answer wdiat he considered an irrelevant question, and appeal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 August 1889

Clinch Valley News, Published Eveiiy Fhiday. Established In the Year 1846 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy,.5 Conts By Mail postngo paid, one year... Sl.Gfj By Mail, postage paid. 0 months... .75 - Entered at the Post Ollico at Tnzowoll C. II., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL" CARDS. II, ? ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Tazo svoll county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythcvillo. Collecting ;v specialty. Lauds for salo nud laud titles examined. f. S. blair, john o. watts. Lute Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. B LAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS AT-LAW, Tazewell C. IL, Va. Will i>ractico their profession In nil the Courts of Tazewell Cuunty. Cupt. Bluir will ntteiul all tho Courts?both couutv und Circuit. f. u. rur/roM, b- m. d. co?lmnq, Lato Circuit Judge, County Judgo, Wythcvillo, Ya. Tozowol] O.H.Va. TpULTON & COULLINO, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice, in tho Circuit Courts of Tazewell co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 August 1889

Brazil boost* of receiving 131,000 im? migrants lust year. The fisheries of Maine arc reported to be on the decline. _. -. Among the American Indians there are 28,6C3 church members. California has 187,500 homesteads of 160 acres each that have not been applied for. _ The United States occupies one-third of the entire space devoted to machinery at the Paria Exposition. It is estimated that the Protestant churches of Hie United States contribute annually i?H,250,000 to foreign missions. Standard oil and electric lights have Combined to make Cleveland, Ohio, the richest city of its population in the world. According to tho officials of the United States Mint there nre 100,000,000 or the old-fashioned copper cents still out but not in circulation. Tt has been decided that we are lo pay high for our sugar this year, but wo arc likely, says the Courier'Journal, to gel our biscuits cheap. The Legislature of Missouri at ils recent session passed a bill which prohibits the marriage of first...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 August 1889

THE SONG OK THE NV I N D. Who bath on eye to run! me? Who hath a chain to bind me* My hmmts r.rc earth's fair forests, fields ami sons. I break the tunllght Into dancing flukes. Ami ulttrr thepicturcd dreams of sleeping lakes, Hither and thither going where I please. Men see not, but they hear me; They love me, yet they fear me. All nature breathes anil moves nt my com? mand. Bometluies I dally with a maiden's trusses. Or hear faint, odors from fur wildernesses, Then slre-.v with wrecks the desolated Intnl. Well may thoseRinan tremble When 1 with smilesdisscmblo! Vor ne'er a spirit had such changing moods. From wafting heavenward the white winged ships ?Fnih r propitious skies, I seize my whips And huh tile tempests from their solitudes. Who !i!it!i an eye to lind me'/ Who hathaehnlli lo hind me. Tii" ragraut roomer of the homeless sky? Boforo the hoary inomitains were, I lived; Forages niurmuriug through their pines have grieve I That 1 alone of nil thin pi ne'er hail die. ?./. /*....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 August 1889

Clinch Yiillev News. FRIDAY, - - ? A.?G. -':!. 18S?. THIS DKMOORATIC L'L VT1?'L?UI\[. Tho Democratic party of Virginia, in convention assemble.I, proud of its past achievements, both in Stale ami National affairs, pledges tho Mime steadfast fidelity lo the liest inter? ests of tho people in the future, ami declares l<> the people of Virginia : First. Wo eongrutuhito the people of Virginia Hint through tho wiso legislation and administration of the Democratic party the public schools have been preserved in oflloient <--,?? ration, nnd their accommodations ox tended; that Ilia resources n< cessnry for Ilia conduct of tho government in nil of ils departments has been so cured, nnd tha debl question has been pul in I ruin of linnl ami ttccopl tilde settlement. Wo would reprobnlo :i? mischiev? ous to till interest.-; iho rooponiiig <>f nu issue which has been Ilia sourco of so much ombnrmsstnciit und vexu lion to the Commo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 August 1889

Clinch Valley News. FKI DA Y, ~ - . - AUG. 23, 18811. LOCdL ?iW? GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS. I. Flank & Co. will occupy thier How room in a low day?. Mr. Eil White of Richmond Is spending tho sutiimur at .Mr. .1. R. Wittens. T?e nmny friends of Miss Jennie Pobsl will bo sorry to learn of her Hovere illness. Mrs. I. C. Doilil, whose lifo was despaired of a few iiays ago is gcit iug some better. United States Marshall, Walls, has opened his office in a room oil I lie Itrst Soor of the court hoitsc. ( All county convoiitions have been captured for Miihonc, even in a few liases where thu majority were uncut him. The Republicans held their coun? ty convention on Monday and up pointed delegates to the Norfolk convention. Nearly one hundrod Virginia edi? tors have already nrranged tobe present in Roaiiokc city on the 10th c?r September. A special term of Circuit. Court, .lodge R. M. Brown presiding, has occupied thu attention of lawyers and litigants during the week. Mr. and Mrs. S. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 August 1889

BEYOND THE MYSTIC RIVER. Beyond tho mystic river Are paths t hat lead to peace, To tho mansions of the ransoin'd Where strife and turmoil cetUO Beyond the murky traten Of Charon's sullen stream I catch tho sheen of jasper Through a star-illumined dream Beyond the mystic river Are paths that lead to joy; Where the tree of life is hloomiuf No worldly griefs annoy. Beyond the stornts and shadows That Bloom our life below J There Is a land all radiant Where living waters flow. ? Beyond the mystic river Are paths that lead to light, i Where the glowing sea of crystal ; Breaks on the ravished sight. No sunlight Lilds the city. Nor argent moonbeam* piny; Ood's prosonco Is the glory That pales i he orh of day. Beyond the mystic river Are prills that lend t'> lore Where streets >?f golden splendor ; Ulurao the trorkl abovo. There sits enthrone I tho Father, 1 Auud thosernpli throng, ? That east, their crowns before Ulm And glorify With song. , Borojjd, V^i-rry-.i Ic* ri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 August 1889

A NAME FOIl THE BABY FVom thi? lint of names you, maybe, Con get ono to please the baby. Agues, Cetio, Adelaide, Anna Blanche, Agatha, Constance, Bonn Claiidine, Claudia, Barbara, Phmbo Elizabeth, Mabel, Prances, llebe; Caroline, Catherine, Eva, Cora, Coricnne, Beatrice, Lilly, Flora; ' Augusta, Dorothy, "orris-. Helen, (Si-ace, [/OUiae, Lettice, Kilon; tlcorgia, Gertrude, Uuth. Bstella, Julia, Rusulic, Arabella; Lucy, Winnifrcd, Portia, Laura, Eloise, Prudence, Patience, Clara, Myra, MyTtle, May, Malviua, Amanda, Enid, Hose, Sabina; Antoinette, Rosalind, Ann. Cornelia, Rosamond, Nanette, .loan. Cordelia; Mary, Margaret, Edith, Ida, Penelope, Emma, Alceu, Ada; Joluuuia, Ophelia, Olivia, Jan?, Regina, 8arah, Sophia, Elaine Harriet, Louisa, Kate. Elvira, Paulino, Paulina, l.ie-iudn, AlmlraS Hypatio, Eunice, Henrietta, Euphemia, Sybil, Alfredctta; Charlotte, Milinee-it, Maud, Matilda Theresa, Adelaide, ivrrl, Clotilda; Min ion, Miriam, Jospphbie, Victoria, Florence, Ioiogcuo; Virginia,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 August 1889

The month of May in Englnud, in 1889, will probably take rank as tho wettest on roeord. Tho Utah Supremo Court has decidod that Sandwich Islanders cannot become American citizens. Japan proposes to expend 50,000,000 ycu (ft 1.350,000) an her navy during the next live years. Since 1S72 Franco and Germany have been making inroads into England's I Spanish-American trade. R. II. Vickcrs, a V.cksburg (Miss.) lawyer, has written n pamphlet to prove that large coins breed high pi ices, and that pennies make low prices. The Now Orleans Time*-DtiMcralsayi that there is a great deal of unoccupied lnml in the Cnilcd Suites, and immi? grants of a good class are welcome. The New York Herald wants the vio? let adopted as our national dower, be? cause, it stands for modesty and Is, therefore, n true representative of Amer? ica. _ There appears every reason to believe that the present year will prove the. most nourishing ever known in the com? mercial history of the United King? dom. _ There is c e...

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