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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 August 1889

Clinch Valley News, Purlisiied Every Friday. Established In the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy,.5 Cents By Mail postngo paid, one year... $1.C? By Mail, postage paid. 6 months... .75 Entered at the Post Ollieo at Tazowoll 0. II., as second class matter. "professional cards. IL C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY- AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II. Va. "Will practico in the Courts of Tazo? woll county and the Court of Appeals at ?Wythevillo. Collecting n specialty. Lauds for Bale aud laud titles examined. ff. b. blair, john o. watts. Lato Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. JJLAIR & WATTS, ATTO II N K YS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice their profession in nil the Courts of Tazewcll County. Capfc. Blair will attend all the Courts?both countv aud Circuit. r. n. For/ron, s- u. b. coui.i.ino, Late Circuit iTtldgo, County Judge, Wythevillo, Ya. Tazowoll C.U.Va. "pULTON & COULLING, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazeweix C. n., Va. Will practice in tho Circuit Courts of Tazewell coun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 August 1889

tTlic Spanish Minister of the Colonies as announced that Cuba is not for sale. / The population of Ireland has declined iaino per cent since 1SS1, and about one half since 1841. ' Nearly 22,000,000 acres of our land ore owned by men who owe allegiance to other governments. England has it in mind to propose an international conference to decide whether Behring Sea is an open or closed sea. . The Chicago Suit declares that "the progress made in some Southern towns' reads more like a fairy talc (ban fact.-' Canon M'ilbcrforec, one of the must distinguished divines in England, attrib? utes the recent recovery of bis health to1 the "faith cure." Russia has readopted the law which forbids heirs to the throne contracting marriages with persons not monitors of the orthodox Crick Church. The San Francisco Chronicle thinks that many of the Indian reservations are entirely out of proportion to the beggarly collection of savages (hat roam over them. A Government report published recent? ly, giv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 August 1889

m ?? sh!ps that went to sea. One after ouo-they (lipped the stocks Aud one by one they sailed; Slow creaked tin- heavytaekloblocks Ami tow the pennants trailed, Asout uoy< ad the roatlosii tido Fast et>litng?far lo leo? They drii. I o'er lie- ocean wklti My shi|isthat went tosen. / .town the long horizon's rim, I Watched them a? they pawed, Until within tie- distanc* dim They faded out at lust; As nappy birds, thai seek the ski When first from cage set free. Bo disappeared before mlnu eyes My :-liips that went to sea. And other rhlps have come and sono Sine," my snips .-ailed away. And many a yeariu dusk und dawn And many a night and day Full oft the grass has shimmered green And budded Tower am! tree, l!ut since thai hour non i have seen My fchips that went to sea. Ami ,v> i?and y el ?within my dreams Show? every mast end rone And sweetly on my farewell gleams The smiling face of Hope; My slumbering fnneie* grope afar?? Through visions not to be, 1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 August 1889

Clinch Valley New?. FRIDAY, ? ? X?O. 80, 18SD. THE KEPUIJlWaN PRESS OS MAHONE. The throo lending Republican news papers published in Virginia do not seem to mince matters when speak ing of tbo certain defeat that awaits Mabonc nud his ticket iu November. Mahono could see the same tiling if | it were not for the inordinate vanity j with which lie is swelled like u toad, rnojt the VAixEv vinatNiA.s. | (Jen. Muhone is lit his old game to mislead tho people of tho North] nnd gather in as much boodle OS pos? sible lor the coming campaign. The same game of lung and false? hood was played iu 1880. Mahout bad no more to do with I but cam? paign Iba? the man in the moon, ex? cept lo lauglo up tho situation in the Fourth district, and almost lose tho election of the Republican nominee where there is a Republican majority of 8,00.). Flo had nrrangod lo go lo tbo Paeitio slope nnd leave tho can-1 vnss to tnko core of itself, Fice hav? ing been elected the year previous hy , 18,00(1 majority, an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 August 1889

Clinch Valley News.1 FW I DAY, ? - - ~ AUG* W, 188?. LUV .iL AJYD GENERAL NEWS Ii RI? FS. Miss Kute Cabell urrivetl ycstcr th.y. For tlio best ami cheapest bed' go to Basten & Son. Snow Flake Flour is tho best. Sold by Huston & Son lor *<> 00. Miss Jennie Pobst continues very ill at tho hotno ol* bor brother, Mr H. W. Pobst. Mr. R A. Sttiuiders left Tuesday,! for tho eastern cities to buy goods for his Fall trade. Mr. A. B. Buchanan, of the llrtn ' of Buchanan, Harrissou & Co, is off lor goods lor tho linn. School days an- again near nt. band. The High School will open | Sep. I and the Seminary Sop. 11). The new steam thresher of Mr. Grosoclnso did its liest work Tues? day, on Esquire Yost's wheat crop. The Republican ticket, Ma hone, Slump and Lurty, docs not seem to enthuse even where it is not kicked against. Miss Carrie Baach, of Pocahon (as, is visiting her sister, Mrs. El Biugcr, lit the residence of Muj. T. P. Bowen. A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 August 1889

3R1EF3, The ruins or v/intjr set 11 'go I til ? ?rc?W, For days t!" ?/ darkened on tho Holds Kon-, whom tho wings of winter bent. The poppies ripple in tho wheat. And pitiless griefs enmo thl'.-k nil I fc-t? lAtc's bough was naked in the Wa--t ? Till silently amid tho j^mm They mow tho wintry heart to bloom. ?Ghurita /?-'. ifarkaam. In Scribuer. J 0 H N. "Do yo:i nerd :i mail to work tiboill your place', sir?" Judge Barker looked up i*r.>m hi; law boohs Ulltl papers to the questioner, :i stalwart niau, about thirty years of ago, poor, but genteel, in appearauee, and re? spectful in uinuner mid ipeeeh. "Take n chair,"said the Judge, polite ly, motioning to one near him. "No. thaiili you, sir: I prefer to -ta n!, if you please. Tlio door was open mal I ra.-e.le bold to walk in. I knocked several times on the door Cratae, but you didn't j hear me. I came just to a-k if you iioi tl , .1 man lo do any sort of work about your j place? If yon do not, I'll nol lake up any more of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 August 1889

IN A MEADOW OF IIAV. You sing l-V' delights or tho city or towu, Of t!i? theatre, ball or soiree; It sing of tho joys of Homo gorso covered down, Some swoot scented meadow of hay. I care not who pores o'er each counter op iKX'k, Who hulis or who hem's on tho street, But give me tho banks of kxhc swift running brook, The charms of somesliady retreat. What picture*your painters can dimly en? shrine On tho canvas so dull and so cold, Can equal the luster those pictures of mum Should nature bar boautiea unfold? You ill-ink to tho health of your star of tho stat? in vintages cottly ami rare; My brown cid-T jug shall my fane!--, engage When 1 drink to tli- health of uiy fair. ( crave not your belles, v. ho in fashion's gay whirl Trip blithely till daylight away: But give iuo the smile at --.ue sweet country girl. (\ queen, in her meadow of hay. ?{?.'..?( ufjo Jouruar, PITH AM) POINT. Iround to the corps?A bugle call. A poor relation - Story badly told. Lumberman's slang?Sbutctliat log! A ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 August 1889

Franco has como to tho conclusion that her navy is not sufficiently modern. Tho Royal Dynasty of Saxony has just celebrated its eight hundredth birth? day. There nie about 5,000,000 owners of fntnn in the United States. About I, 000,000 of the farms have been ac? quired since 18-*0. Tho steel rails that Canada will re? quire this season will In all probability bo furnished by American manufac? turers. _ Land speculators are giving it out that during tho next twelve months there will be r.n unusual amount of rail? road consliuctioii. The Sau Fancisco l'<?t states that II, 000,000 has been subscribed for the proposed eal lo between Honolulu and ?san Francisco, and that tho work of laying the cable will hi gin within ?ightecn months. Who would believe, oxi laims the New York Sun, that the once dreaded veloci? pede would within a few years give oirth to in ire than 7.*i,0UU bicycles, mid that the League of American Wheelmen counts atone 12,000 members, 10,000 of whom live in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 September 1889

Clinch Valley News, Published Every Friday. Established In the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy.G Cent* By Mail postago paiil, ono yonr... $1.50 Ry Mail, postage paid. C months-.. .75 Entered at tho Post Ollico at Tuzowoll C. II., ;vs second class matter. PROFESSIONAL, CARDS. H.? ANDERSON, ATTORN E Y - AT-L.VW, Tazewell C. 11. Va. Will practice iu tho Courts of Tazo ?well county and the Court of Appeals at Wytborillo. Collecting a specialty. i.an.Iri for sale and laud titles examined. t. U. nLAIIt, JOHN o. WATTS. Lato Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Mursball. B LA III & WATTS, ATTO H N EYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II., Va. Will practice their profession in all the Courts of Tazewell Cnuuty. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both coiintv and I 'i limit. t. b. fui.ton, s. m. b. couli.ino, Lnto Circuit Judge, Comity Judge, Wylhovillc, Ya. Tazewell C.UVs. JjHTLTON & COULLINO, ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will nmelieo in tho Circuit Courts of To.-.owcll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 September 1889

The historical works relating lo Un American Civil War already cxcted 0000 Volumes. KITorts arc licing made in the courts to have electricity considered as a in .liufltu turcd article. The cattle industry of the United States represents the immense capital of (1,200,000,000. Under the sceptre of the Czar of Rus? sia live thirty-eight different nationalities, each speaking its own language, -which is foreign to all others. According to the l'rair? Farmer "the Fanners' Alliance is in-lively at work in the West mill South lighting obnoxious M usis nml other monopolies." The Neu- York //. raid sinks that "race and religious pre judices are making po? litical conditions in Canada that. appear to threaten the disruption or the Domin? ion." Tbc Chilian Government has engaged many railway engineers from this coun? try for the building of Us v**w roads? some 2500 miles in length?from coast cities to the interior parts. A project is being considered for add? ing 250,000 acres to the Irrigated...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 September 1889

UP AND DOVVI1 tWre up to-day on fortune's hid And free from every sorrow, Dut in the wheel of good and ill All may lx? changod to-morrow We're up and <' >wn n> time flies on? Now eaje, now hardest labor? No mllllonairo can lately frown Upon his lowly neighbor, Riehes take wings?themnn of wealth May meet with sudden losses While be whose <>niy store is health May ride behind his horses. Then <lo not slight lie1 toiling FOOT, I'or labor ne'er disgraces, And though your fortune seems sccura Some day you niaycbnngo places. tied help US nil?Wo'TO poor nt best? Dopendent on each other? Though crowned with ens ? or s' re <V. ? tressed Weak man is still man's brother. Then when on fortune's top wo stum!, Noil! our state attending. Lei us extend a helping band To those about ihacaudiug. ?Krauei's S. Smith, in iNV? Vor* H'rehl-j. THE LAST HOUP BY DAVID KKR. '?Now, Miss Maynnnl, you re going lo behold a wonder. Ashley...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 September 1889

Clinch Valley News. FJRIDAY, - - - SKI', ?, r .:. STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET POM CiUYKHNOlt : I'll Hill' W. McKINNEY, of b'iii'iiiville. POM LIEUTENANT CSOVKUKOM : .J. H?GE TYLElt, of L'ulnski. FOR ATTOMNEY-UENHKAL : R. TAYLOR SCOT l', of Fuiirpiicr. ** iT"i7T.Tr sn-^vlv inc. Cnptnin R. Taylor Scott, Domo oratio candidate for Attorney General of Virginia, will address llio voters of Tu zc will county, ut tlioCourl House, ou Tuesday, llio '2 Uli ilny ol Septem her, 1889, (Cburt Day). WIDES1 RKAD ltEUELMOX. Allbongb ho imiy appear to ignore tbo revolt among Republicans ngaiiii;l bis candidacy. Genend Mnliono enn not but realize Unit il lins already ns BUinod such proportions us to jeop? ardize Iiis election; und, further, thai when all Urn elements of opposition to "Muhoneism" in the ranks of Lhtll party shall havo been organized und cousolidatoil, it. will insure his over whelming ilufonl. Let. him but lake ii cursory Burvey of tho progress of Iho rebellion nnd "behold wind a grout nml ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 September 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRJ da y, - - ~. Sias c. iss". L?CdL AXD GMJ\ ISR?L j\'J?\] S BRIEFS. Miss Jennie Pobst lins passed the crisis in a case of typhoid lever. Snow Flake Ftotlr is the besti Sold |>y Boston & Son lor OP. Miss Stillio Baldwin, of Uliieliold, was in the city during the week Visiting friends Henry Stuart, a future governor of Virginia, was up from Russell during the week. Mr. Frank Hopkins and wife, of Brest nnsburg, Ky , are visiting rel? atives in the county. * Miss Kate Groscelose, of Marion, spent a lew days of tlio weojt with Misses Josio and Kate Kelly. ' Dr. J. '1'. Ctuilcy will leave lo-mor? row (br Baltimoro. His patients may expect his return in about a week. Drs. 12*1 ill and Oiltlersleevo at tended (be meeting of the Medical Association of Virgiuia at Ronuokc on I he .?!d. Beau Buchanan bought goods at lightning speed and is back again at Ihi' old stand of Buchanan, liar risson & Co. In Boots nnd Shoes, Buchanan. HsirrisKou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 September 1889

A FLAG OF TRUCE. Nay, you havo frowned enow, Unknit (bat threatening brow, Put wrath away. Now While you may. Lite is too bare of Wist That wo our share should mi So inake amentia, Kiss .Anil he friends. ?(,'. IWslon, In tl,r Century. RACHEL, floval Moore was Kachel Heath's fir.-' love."and she had reached the ago of 89 before she met him?qtiite an old maid; and yet nl thai ago a woman knows her own mind, and her love is much more likely to he lasting and true tlrjm tlit ardent passion of Is Rachel's life had been such that she had never any chance for what is called falling ill love. Her mother had died when she was very young, and the care of I an old and sickly father had conic upon ' Kachel. Six' had fllliilled tin- trust faith? fully. She had borne all (h? old man's querulous fault-lhiding with gentle patience; she had submitted without a murmur to being kepi in (he sick room while her young acquaintances were gathered together enjoying themselves; anil though Mr. Heath might h...

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

CLIFF DWELLERS. it i'.I,ICS Op AN AXCII2NT RACES IN COM)U ADO. The Skulls and Hniitliwocti ol*a Pre? historic People?<Jt*eut Houses \v ii ii Hundreds ol'Kooius ?Large Ueservoli'3. The archaeologists of Deuver siiouhl be happy. Almost at t'neir very door they can now see the skulls and handiwork of men and women of prehistoric time. The <aves of the clitV-dwellcrs on Ihe Maueos, in Southern Colorado, have been once more entered by vandals, but this lime only ruin and the dust of departed centuries were to be found. The existence of these caves has long been known, but no thorough examina? tion was ever made until II lew months ago, when Charles MeLoyd, a prospector and miner of the Sau Juan, and four companions concluded to look into the abandoned dwellings. A writer ill the Denver liepublieitH describi - the result of their investigation.-'. .No definite Idea of securing a collection was thought of, but ?i!b r wandering rrom one ruin to another on the top of th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 September 1889

Growers of npplos in this country hav? a now and forinidablo competitors in Nova Scotia. A recent houllU report tnkos Ihi ground that consumption is not heredi? tary, but infectious. King Leopold of Belgium scemi to htivo set his heart upon the construction iof a railroad la Congo, Africa Mexico enjoys tho privilogo of being tho fits! country to have exclusive priv? ileges in Japan, from which hitherto all foreigners have hern debnrro I. France, which n short time ago prid? ed itself OB its efficient navy, now la? ments the fact that hor naval armament is antiquated and behind the times. A company in England insures against burglary. Over there in England there arc said to be no fewer than 28,7-. known thieves over sixteen years of age In recent years it has been claimed by chemists that the changes attending the dissolution of mc'als in acids are only ui part electrical and in part c hemical. A bill has been introduced into tho British Home of Common?, restricting thu he:g!it of Lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 September 1889

Clinch Valley News I Published Evert Friday. Established In the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy,.5 Cents | By Mail postage paid, one year... SI.50 Bj- Mail, postage paid. 0 mouths... .75 Entered at the Post Oflieo at Tazewell C. II., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H, c. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell c. n. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Tazo woll county and the Court of Appeals at Wytheville. Collecting a specialty. 'Lands for sale and laud titles examined. ?8". S. SLAIlt, JOIIX-O. WATTS. Lato Alto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. 13 LAIR & WATTS, ATTO R N E YS-ATL AW, ? Tazewell C. II., Va. Will practice their profession in all ?the Courts of Tazewell Cuunty. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both ooutitv and Circuit. t. B. PULTON, s- m. n. cnui.LiNO, Lato Circuit Judge, County Judge, Wytheville, Va. Tazewell C.U-Vb, JpiTLTON & COULLING, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice in tho Circuit Courta of Tazewell co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 September 1889

Fifty millions more arc added to New York city's taxable property this year. It is proposed now in France to sub? stitute death by electricity for the guillo? tine. _ The latest syndicate is one organized to include all the glass works in the country. _ Canada will soon have an independent Atlantic . able to England,the $2,000,000 required having being nearly all sub? scribed. _ Oklahoma was an unsettled wilderness but a few weeks ago, yet it managed to have the biggest Fourth of duly accident of the year. _ Over 20,000 French people have DCCU induced to emigrate to lite Argentine Republic, and about the same, number would be awfully glad l>> get back to France again. The daily consumption of crude and finished iron, of cheap dry goods and of shop and mill products generally, is growing with amazing rapidity in all Hie ?Western and Southern States. Dr. Felix L. Oswald predicts in the jV<'/-r/i American, lieeiew that the progress of forest destruction...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 September 1889

THE WAlKll LIL.Y. 0 star on the breast oftho river. 0 emblem of bloom and grave, I)hl you fall right down out of heave:!. Down out of the sweetest place? You are white as the thought of an eu^cl, Your heart is steeped iu the sun. Did you grow in the beautiful city. My [Hire and radiant one? Nay. nay. I fell not out of heaven, None gave me my saintly white, 1 -lowly grew iu tin' darkness, Down in the silent night. From the ease of the slimy river 1 won my benuty and grace. White souls tali not, my |>oel. They res.-1 ? tho -we >tcsl place. ?.1/. M. Merrill, in o.? Week. WINNING AND LOSING. They hung, heavy plumes of purple, over the little gateway on that bright afternoon?the 1st of June. A charitable breeze swept one scented bunch of bloom a bit aside, just out of the reach of a lit? tle white baud that hail a moment before ruthlessly stripped off half it> blossoms. liul the owner of the hand had already turned about, with a toss of her black curls an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 September 1889

Clinch Valley Now:, FRIDAY, - - - SEI'. 13, IKS'*. STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET roll GOY'KKNOIt : PHILIP W. MoKINNEY, of Khmivillo. PO? LIKUTKNANT UOVKKNlllt: J. H?GE TYLEU, of Puluski. YO 11 a tt() it n1: v 012n k k a1 < : j II. TAYLOU SCOTT, of I'ui'.jui.t. PUBLIC SPF.AKINU. Captain 15. Taylor -i ?f t. Don erotic candidate for Attorney ' Sotmrnl of Virginia, will itddrosu t ho vol< rs ol Tazewell county, at thoCourl flout mi Tuesday, thu 21th titty ol ;'? | (? ber, 1889, (Court Day). The niouibors of tin Stuti Central j Committee of llio Democratic party of Virginia, for the Ninth Congtvs-l biouai District, tiro A. M. Bowman, of Saltville; T. A. Lynch, of Tu/.ow. II: Juo. M.'fate, of Loo; R. Fiuimy, of Russell, tuiil .1. I'. Murti;t,of I'ruig., Those geiilloinon, ox-oflieio. con Btituln (ho District OongrestfioiiMl Couituittco, which has genorul super vision of tin' cauvass in llio tli tirict. At ti recent meeting held hj tin committeo Mr. A. M. Bowman was unanimo...

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