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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 September 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY* - - - SEP. l?i ?88?. L aWd a ejv br?l NJE WS BRIEFS. Dr. O'Kccile and Col. Graham weilt tlt)\vii the lino Monday. Show Flake Flour is thu best.. Sohl by Buston & Sou for Sil 00. Mr. Randolph Hctiry goes this week to re enter Haihpden Sidney. MF. Toni (hockett, ol Wythe, I? visiting frioilds aiid relatives in the bounty. Miss Ready and Mrs. Beniiinger have ruturnvd to their posts at the Seminary. Tn/.ewell has enjoyed terminal facilities for a year; hut the end drawoth near. Mr. W. I. Bunne, of the Index, at lb tided the l'ress Association at Ronuoko this week. I'rot. Sltelbliritn has returned from an extended trip in the inter? est of the. Seminary. Agent Brady and his assistant, Woods, keep the nicest office ami warehouse iu Virginia. Miss Laura Lyons left this week for Liberty Hall. Washington coun? ty, to engage in teaching. Dt. Jim. J. Wise, of Accomac. formerly a warm supporter of Ma bone, is now out against him. Miss Josie Smy'hc.the fai...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 September 1889

WHISTLE THEM AWAY., Havo you any rctty carat, boys? Whistle than away. There's nothing cheers the spirits, Like a merry roundelay. No matter Cor the headaches, 'Neatfa sill; or hodden-gray. For the snko <-f tleve who love yon. Just whistle them away. 'Tis strange how BOOH friends gat ha About a cheerful face; rbnt smiling eyes ami lips count more Tlmii beauty, wealth, or grace; But I have Ken it tried. Ihws. When troubloooaios to stay. The brave heart leaps to work, and strivos To whistle it away. Thon an you eHinb life's hill, boys, Put made in your toll, Turn to your traitor trial a whistle far a foil; Be steadfast la the ri>;i>t. t> >>??-, Wliate'er t'uo world may say, Temptations never conquer thosa Who whistle them uway I ?Hary A. Ueniton, in Youth's ?jm Jiaruon FEARLESSNESS f.V Itosi: II. bATiinop "Gcnoviove Chamberlain is too silent." remarked Hall Balkan. "When she comes into the room I feel as if I wanted to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 September 1889

DERELICT. She wanders up nml down the main Without a master, nowhere bound; The currents turn her round and round. Her track is like a tangled skein; And never helmsman by his chart So strange a way ushers may steer To enter i*>rt or to depart Kor any harbor, far or near. The waters clamor at her sides. The winds cry through her cordage torn. The last sail hangs, to tatters worn; lipon the waves the vessel rides This way or that, as winds may shift, lu ghastly dance, w hen airs blow halm, Or held in deep lethargic calm, Or fury hunted, wild, adrift. When south w inds blow, dors she recall Spices and golden fruit in store Or north winds met off Labrador, The iceberg's iridescent wall? Or east, the isles of Indian seas? Or west, new ports and sails unfurled? Her voyages nil around the world To mock her with old memories? For her no lighthouse sheds n ray Of crimson warning from its tower; No watchers wait In hope the hour To greet tier cowing up the bay! No trumpet speaks h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 September 1889

National Flowers. Tn crown -'ul seal tho royal It >so is sij?u And symbol sweot of. England's sover? eignty; Old Franco her banners lillod with fleur do-LW, And German Hags shako out tho Corn-flow? er's shine. Tho Thistle is tho Scotsman's kingly flower, And Ireland proudly waves her Shamrock green. But in cur flag no one flower might bo seen As cmbl >m ot our greatness. Splendid shower All blossoms on our vast ne-s?lily, rose, Tho thistle, shamrock, corn-flower, thou? sands more, That grow from stern Alaska to Cnlf shore, And bloom by sandy beach or mountain snows; All (lowers of US1 or beauty tied bestows Tograce our boun lories und their scopa di ? clo o. ?Emily I:\ F. Font in liar per'a Weekly. WANTED?AN HEIRESS. BY EMMA A. IIOPPEB. "Hero's a story for you!'' said. Mrs. Gerry to a literary friend, scatcel iu her handsome parlor. Her jolly, matronly faco broadened with smiles at an apparently diverting recollection. '"You wouldn't credit the incident if you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 September 1889

< Clinch Valley, News, PUBIASIIED EVERTC FlUDAY. Established irvtrio-Year I84G -' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: tSinsrlo Copy,.6 Cents By Mail postage paid, one year... 81.GO By Mail, postage paid. 0 months... * .75 Entered at thp Post Office at Tazowoll C. H., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Tazo? woll county and the Court of Appeals at Wythevillo. Collecting a specialty. Lands for sale nud laud titles examined. ?t. s. blair, joun q. watts. Lato Alto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. B LAIR & WATTS, ATTORNETS-AT-LAW, Tazeweul C. H., Va. Will prnctico their profession in all ?the Courts of Tazewell Cnunty. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both ?aountv and Circuit. _ S. h. folton, 8- SI. d. clin.UKO, Late Circuit Judge, County Judgo, Wythevillo. Ya. Tazowoll O.H-Va, JSULTON & COULLINQ, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazeweix C. H., Va. Will practico in tho Circuit Courts of Ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 September 1889

Tho Samoan confercDco was carried ou In English.__________ The National Greenback party is about to reorganize. Spain is arranging for an international celebration on her owu joil. The Grant family have made $900,000" out of the General's memoirs. Water is destroying more property than1 fire in the United States this year. The venerable Mrs. Polk is now tho only living widow of a President from the! Southern States. The question of women sitting inj county councils in England has been dc-> cided in the negative. B6th France and Great Britain lead the United States so far as exports to South' America are concerned. During the first six months of the present year 1522 miles of new track -were laid by the various railroads in the country._ i The question of leprosy in India is as? suming a serious character. It is reported that a British brigadier-general has been sent home with the disease. Leprosy has existed in Norway for nearly a century. It. is a hereditary dis? ease, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 September 1889

LOVE. "Shall I glvo your lovota your mother^ Ho said to tho maid of three, For her mother hail gouo to n country Where presently ho should be. What calm iu tho oyosof czuro. What snow on tho innocent brov.-. How sweet was that volca of slow music: "My mother has my lovo now!" ?Harriet P. Sjiofford, in St. Nicholas. THE FATE OF ANUSHES. BT ANNE RICHAKUSON EA1U.E. The scene was a young man's boudoir, if such an anomnly cau exist; the time, late iu the evening, when confidences find easiest expression; tho people were the boudoir's owner, in a neglige compound of dress clothes and a smoking jacket, and the friend of his bosom, somewhat similarly attired, "with the comfortable nboruiuatioa of a cigarette between his lingers. "Just let rao read it to you again," said he of the smoking jacket, straight? ening himself iu his chair, aud taking a worn looking paper from the table. "Something may suggest itself to you. I want to have it all right, you know, so that when the notice is mentione...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 September 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - ? SKI*, 20, 1880. state Democratic ticket FOR GOVKUNOll : PHILIP W. ?IcKINNEY, of Fnrmvilic. l'OK LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR : J. H?GE TYLEK, of Puluski. KOR ATTO it N14 Y-G BN KR A L : K. TAY LOK SCOTT, of lfituqiiier. PUBLIC SPEAKING. Captain R. Taylor Scott, Demo, cratie candidate for Attorney General of Virginia, will address llio voter* of Tnzewell county, id the Court House, on Tuesday, the '21t.li day of Septem ber, 1889, (Caiirt Day). General Mnboiie was deemed best to head the ticket because bo bails from the "Black licit,'1 and wanted to redeem the fourth District. Frazier's manifesto in declaring I that he will not support Mubone is I Kiguitlciinl ot an incensed county. He is an authority and his failure to support Muhonu means very much. If the Democrats are opposed to free schools, ami arc trying to do Btroy tho system, how do you explain tho fact that, more money bus been collected and paid out to school teachers (lining tho four years of Democ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 September 1889

Clinch Yalley News. FRIDAY, - ? - SEP. 20, 1880. L?Cd L ~JL$t? GENERAL jYE WS BRIEFS. T. B. Wunen has returned from Q trip to Baltimore and Mio Oriole. Saundcfs* lint department is what it should he, full of the latest New York stylcH. If you are a buyer of children's shoes, look through that department of Saumler's store. * Messrs. I. Frank & Co., the cloth, iers, keep a full line of Hats, of good make aud latest tt vie. A trunk or valise wanted ? To be had at I. Frank & Co\s. Just received at Pobat's a new and complete assortment of Jewelry in all styles and at prices to please all. The Misses Fowler, who have been visiting friends in town, left Tuesday inoruiug for their home at Abiiigdoii. Iu Hoots and Shoes, Buchanan, Hnrrtssou &, Co. have a good, hon? est stock, and they will be sold at walking prices. I.OVCS of hats and bonnets for la? dies and children will grace the mil? linery department of Sounders' store throughout the season. The. Koh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 September 1889

Thou Vist ot nil, God's choicest blessing, Sleep; Bettor than Earth can afford?wealth, power, fame: They change, decay; thou always art tlio same; Through all tho years thy fresluicss tliou dost keep; Over all lands thino oven pinions sweep. ' Tho sick, the worn, the blind, the lone, tho lame, Hearing thy tranquil footsteps, bless thy name; Anguish is soothed, sorrow forgets to weop. Thou opo'st tho captive's cell and bid's! him roam; Thou giv'st tho hunted refuge, fre*st the slave, Show'st the outcast pity, enll'st tho exilo homo; Beggar und king thine equal blessings reap. 'Wo for our loved ones wealth, joy, honors cravo; But God, Ho givelh His beloved?sleep. ?Thomas Kelson Page, in the Century. k WILD GOOSE CHASE. Urs. Jcannctlc Burroughs, for many years a client of the law-firm of Hihdcu & noldcn, in whose oflicc I was under clork, was nt last dead; nnd by n will had left the greater part of her comfort? able little property to a certain Miss Em? ma Brookes, who had ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 September 1889

THE CRY OF THE DREAMER. I am tired of planning and toiling In tho crowded hivesof men; Ileart weary of building and spoiling Anil spoiling an-! building again. And I lu::g for tho dear old river Where I dreamed my youth awn/ For c dream ?r lire's forovor, Aud a toile:1 <li^3 iu a day. . I am sit\:of the showy seaming Of n Hie that la half is lie; Of the faces lined with echeaiiug, In the throng that hurries by. From tho sloenks; thoughts endeavor. I would go where the children pla>, For a dreamer lives forever, And a toller dies iu a day. I feel no pride, but pity For tho b?rde us the .?icii endure; There tsnotulug sweet in tho city But tho patient lives of tho poor, Oh, tho Utile? hands so skillful, Aud tho child mind choked with weeds. Tlie daughter's heart grows willful, Aud the father':! beartthat bloods. No, no! from the si reefs rude bastle From trophies of mart and stage, I would (ly to the wood's low rustle, And tho meadow's kindly page. Let me dream ns...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 September 1889

Itoblu's Nest. I knew three robins who lived in a nest Not vory long ago, Wheio tho surumor winds tbat blow In tho west Rocked It to and fro, Swinging and singing among tho loaves, "Watching tho busy world gathering shoavos, Noting tho pattern of lifo that weaves As tho sbudows como and go. First there was ono all alone?that was mo? Not very long ago; Then camo another, so strong und free. Whistling sweet and low; A robin with great, soft molting eyes, Dawned into my lifo like a glad surprise, Singing of lovo iu a robin wiso, "Little ouo, yes or no:-'' Oh, how tho katydids, chorusing in, Not very long ago, Sang to tho stars with thoir musical din, Over my joy, you know, Called till the moon came over tho hill, And touched all tho nljht with a silvery thrill, Our love-crowned nost with its beauty to All, While tho katydids sang so low. Wo built us a nest with loving caro Not very long ngo, Out in the west, I'll tell you whero, By the beautiful river's How, That laughs up North in tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 September 1889

Clinch Yalley News, Published Every Friday. Established In the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single- Copy,.6 Cents By Mail postage paid, ono year... $1.50 By Mail, postage paid, 0 months... .75 Entered at the Post Of?co at Tazowoll C. II., ns second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H,c ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Taze vroil county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythevillo. Collecting a specialty: Lands for bale and land titles examined. b\ s. blair, Jons o. watts. Lato Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. B LAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice their profession in nil the Courts of Tnzewell Cnunty. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both ?countv aud Circuit. r. B. FOLTOX, H. II, 31. COULI.INO, Late Circuit Judge, County Judgo, Wythoville, Va. TazewoU O.H.Va. FULTON & COULLING, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will pmetico in tho Circuit Courts of lazowell county, 8. M. B. Coulli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 September 1889

Buenos Ayrcs comtemplatcs holding a world's fair. ? Tho wliito population of Texas increases more rapidly than the black. Figlircs show that the sustaining limit of the globe will soon be reached. Idnho Territory is actively bestirring itself in the matter of securing admission to the Union. Scientists seem to be uuablc to decide whether death by electricity is always painless or not. It is estimated that visitors and ex- j hibitors at the Paris Exposition will leave $200,000,000 in Paris. The large coal fields recently discovered inTonquin, China, are expected to revo? lutionize the shipping traffic in the Orient._ It is asserted that during the Exposi? tion Paris shopkeepers have raised prices fully fifty per cent., but only to strangers. _ Owing to neglect on the part of the city government tho city of Boston is without a Potter's licld in which to bury her indigent dead. Tiic growing scarcity of whalebone is tempting many an old whaling skipper to leave his fireside to again try...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 September 1889

THAUuUH ^ ?L.A.S3 DAKKLY. There".? many a ro Vornan dwells ii o cot, TU'? palace IkJiI* many a clown; And prince) have beds of the tamarind bar'.:, Whiio bsggars have, ouucbe? of down. BravO kings m o io cotton, sins'* glory in silk, WUilo slaves ilk? an omparor show; Vor t'ao worth of e. iit!o U Ota:::;:.'.! oa the h?r.rr, But tfca world doesn't looh ut it sj. Hero misers arc prodiga'.Iv flinging t'acir gold To spendthrifts who hoard in their wake; Tliero mumbles a rnko in tho gown o? a priest To a priest in tho garb of a rake. Sweet saints they aro living In hovels of sin And sinners hi Sanctified How: The heart in tho breast is tho only truo test? But the world doosu't look nt it so. There are generals lying in graves unmarked And privates with niouumoatsgrund; Tho ignorant stalk in tho chambers of state, But the quiet mind ruloth the laud. A shadow divergent each object of earth O'crcasts from onosun in tho sky; And fancies are many as beings have birth, But tho one God ruleth o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 September 1889

Clincli Valley News. FRIDAY, - - ? SKI'. -'7, 1889. STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR aOVKRNOH : PHILIP W. McKINNEY, of Fnrnii'ille. VOR HEUTENAKT. GOVBBKOK : J. H?GE TYLER, of -Pu'laski. 5POK KTTOKNEY-GKNKkAL : K. TAY LOU SCOTT, of Fauquior. PUBLIC SPKAKING. Cniit. P. W. MeKinnoy and Hon. AY. lt. Alexander will address the ?Citizens of Tnzewell in the Court House on the first day of the October 'term of the County Court. THE SPEAKING. The Democrats of Tnzewell had an ?old Lime gain day on Tuesday lust, j when II. Taylor Scot!, Richard L? Heimo and J. Hampton H?ge, made speeches in the Court House. Until introduced l>y Major K. 11. Henry, Hon. I!. Taylor .Scott, the nomiueo of the pally for Attorney ?General, was personally u stranger to u Tazowcll audience und much eager? ness to see and lionr bilil was muni tested by his party friends, and notj a few Republicans gave close iitten liou to his magnificent speech. As ? attorney for his party ho made out. his case to the utmost s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 September 1889

Clinch 'Valley News. FRIDAY, - - ? SEP. 27, 1889. L0C4L AjYD GENERAL NE WS BRIEFS. Be at the Fair. "Woven Corsets for $1.00 at Sauii ders'. The best in I be world. Mr. Pobst mid bis son, Joe, are progressing favorably iu their ill? ness. Col. T. G. Witten has returned from bis trip cast with a uew stuck of goods. Suumiers' hat department is what it should be, full of the latest New York styles. The show on Monday will be fol lowed by a bigger show, I bo Fair, on Tuesday. If you arc a buyer of children's shoes, look through that department of Saundcr's store. The Tnzewell Female Seminary continues to add to the number of its boarding pupils. The News returns thanks lor complimentary tickets to the Lynch burg and Wytheville Fairs. Messrs. I. Frank & Co., the cloth? iers, keep a full line of Hats, of good make and latest t-tylo. A trunk or valise wanted ? To be bad at I. Frank & Go's. Just received at Pobst's a new and complete assortment o( Jewelry in all style...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 September 1889

DESTINY. I saw the bald cliff bathed in silver rain While- tbo parched fields stretched up their throats in vnlu: Woo to the land ? hose onplucked ears liavo pinc<l? Whoso harvests ?aste, nnd never yield their hind! Know yon not, wl?> one, with what thank? less toil You pour your love out on a desert soil? Still ware the henrt if this bo truth or no? What tho priests say?that Uod has willed it so. ? ?Dora Read Qooilalc, in Lippincott. JUSTLY PUNISHED, BV THOMAS BURKE. James Monroe and Mary Murdoch were engaged to be married. They had known cncli other for years and as their parents were fast friends and near neighbors it seemed the most natural thing in the world that they should wed. They were the children of farmers and from school days up had attended the country merry? makings together. No "husking" or "paring hoe" or "mitosocictyV was com? plete unless .fames and Mary were there. .lames MonrOSO was a tall, blue-eyed young man of live and twenty, with light...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 September 1889

A.N OVERSIGHT OF MAKE-UP, A swoet Uttlo baby brother Hod como to live with Flo, And she wanted it brought to tho t abla, That It might eat nnd grow. "It must welt tor a while," said grandma, In answer to her plea; "Fora little thing that hasn't teeth Can't eat liko you anil me." "Why hasn't it got teeth, graiuluiai" Asked Flo, in great surprise. "Oh, my; but isn't it fimuy? No teeth, but noso n*' eyes. I guess," after thinking gruvely, "They must have, been forgot. Can't we buy him some liko grandpa's? IM like to know why not." That aftoruoon to tho corner, "With pap2i- and pen and ink. Went Flo, ray lug; "Don't talk to me, If you do it'll 'pturb mo think. I'm writing a letter, grandma. To seud away to-night, An' 'causo it's very :j>.>:-'ant I want to got it right.'' At last tho letter was finished/ A wonderful think to see, And directed to "God in hraveu." "Plcasa rout it over to me," Said Uttlo Fio to her grauUaio, "To seo if it's right, you know." And hero i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 September 1889

I Chicago has afforded from timo to time ?mplc evidences, assorts the Now York 'Time*, that the cable system of propell? ing street cars is not adopted to the crowd? ed streets of cities. It occasions frequent injuries to people crossing tho streets und is subject todclays that produce vexatious obstruction. ' , ', A county in Arizona is larger than tho State of Massachusetts, yet it has not a single doctor within its borders. Its is the healthiest tract in the country, com? ments the Chicago Herald, and its few graveyards arc peopled only by victims of the lead poisoning so peculiar to fron? tier districts. What becomes of nil the paper?" asks I tho .Now York Tribune. There are 1000 pulp and paper mills at work the year round. But the newspapers and maga? zines consume vast quantities of it. The Century Company take ncurly 200 tons n month for their publications, und their paper bill amounts to $300,000 yearly. Harper & Brothers take 25,000 reams, Robert Bonner 10,000 r...

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