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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 22 April 1897

VOL. VI. Town and County News Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Candi lates fur district offices can have their tickets printed cheaply and neatly at this office. Excavating and foundation laying are now going on for the business house of Moss & t Ire? ver. l>o not fail to try some evaporated I applc3,eqnal to green fruit. Huston ei Sons. Mr. Tames Sluss announces himself a candidate for re-election as one of the Magistrates in Clear Kork District. Mr. W. T. Hudson has gone to Knox ville, Teun. on buisness. He went there to look after some building contract-. Mr T. M. Carter has been appointed postmaster al Falls Mills, in this county in place1 of W. C. Tabor, who resigned. We are shi >\\ ing n splendid line of col? ored shu t.-. We Bell a nice one for 50 cents. Uarman & Bottimore. Dr. W. P. Sfye, who has been confined for the past s< veral weeks to his house with painful sickness, is going about again. What is the matter with the exc...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 22 April 1897

The Tazewell Republican fublished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?vs? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one ye.-ir. cash in advance . . S l oo Subscriptions on time. 1 >*H) Republican and N. Y. Tribune, one your. . l ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica tiou. Oowespondonw solicited. Thepablishenof The Republican are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. Xhi Republican is entered at the Peat-office i>t TazcweU, Virginia, ?s Kcond-clan matter. THURSADY, APRIL 22,1897. THE MARSHALSHIP. We have so far refrained from saying anything about the marshalship for the Western District of Virginia. Wehave been impelled to this course by the fact that up to this time several worthy gentlemen from the Ninth District have been applicants for the place. Information has reached us that there is no longer any candidate in the field from the Ninth District but the Hon. Henry Bowen, of Tazewell County. This being true, we feel that...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 22 April 1897

HOME READING. CUT IT SHORT. If you've got a thought that's happy. Coil it dawn? Make 1t short and crisp and snappy. Boil it dawn. When your brain its ccin has minted, Down the page your pen lias sprinted. If you want your effort printed. Boil It down. Take out every surplus letter? lioil it down; Fever syllables the better? Boll it down, fiake your meaning piain?express it Po we'll know, not merely guess it, Then, my friend, ere you address it. Boil it down. lioil out the extra trimmings? Poil it down; Pkim it well, then skin the trimmings. Boil it down. When you're sure 'twould bo a sin to Cut another sentence into, k5e:id it on, and we'll begin to Boil it down. ?Jo<.- Lincoln, in L. A. W. Bulletin. SONG WITHOUT WORDS. BY JOSEPH S. BOGICUS. There is a disconsolate air about her as she sits near the window, looking: out the broad expanse of prairie cov? ered with deep snow. She i.= dressed in a tight'y-fittingtrav eliog suit of gray broadcloth, with a high collar of dark, rough e...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 22 April 1897

PAINT LICK ITEMS. Easter was very warm and pleasant. Mrs. Minnie Steele and children were visiting at A. Ascue's on Sunday evening. Mr. James Bradshaw is attending Sun? day School at Midway regularly. Wonder what the attaction is? Miss Lucy Kidd and Rosie White spent Sunday at A. Ascue's. Does any one know the young gentlemen that if as so attracted by n young lady he forgot his hat? (Jirls you ought not have the boys so excited. Miss Mable While spent last week at her grandpa's, near Belfast. Mr. T. A. McGuire was visiting "Zip" Sunday. We have a ?oou Sunday School and lar<:e attendence. William.I. Lester is Supt Laurence Ascue brought a large eagle home from Lester's Cove, that had bten caught in a trap, lie now has it in a cage. Some of our good Christians have organ? ized a Sun lay School at Christian's school house. Wish them success in their good works. Misses Molhe and Elk. White attended their Uncle John White's weeding in Bus sell, the 8th. F. 11. Ascue will quit hauling...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 29 April 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN ?ND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. You can eel a nice engagement ring for yoursweetlu trt at McKenzie's. Mr. .!. B. i". Giliespie lias withdrawn as a candidate for Constable in the Jef feraonvHJe district. Wc have a ?uiplete stuck of Spring and Summer und tvear for men and boys. Harm an & L-ottimore. Wccall attention to a change in the advertisem tofPobst & VVingo. They have a beautiful stock of goods. Hon. !I rn M. Smythe, late Minister to Hati, is n ..: home, at North Tazewell, and. is st-.:: daily en our streets. Scarf pins and shirt buttons for the young men at MeKenzie's. They are very exquisite. Capt. R. T. Bowen, ofthe Norfolk and Western railway, was in town yesterday, visiting relatives and friends. The apples and cherries are not killed and a good many peaches, pears und plums have escaped the recent frosts. We are'showing a splendid line of col? ored shirt-. We sell a nice one for 50 cents. Llarman ec B...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 29 April 1897

The Tazewell Republican f ublished every Thursday at / TAZEWELL, VA., ?SY? y WILLIAM C. PENDLE TON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCKIITIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . S 1 00 Subscriptions on lime. 1 50 Republican and N. Y. Tribune, one year. . 1 25 ADVERTISING KATES furni>hed on applica? tion. . Correspondence solicited. The publishers of. The Rkitdlicax arc not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Corrcspon dents. Tim Republican is entered at the Pott-offlce at Tazewel), Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSADY, APRIL 29,1897. ARE THEY SINCERE? The people generally are very anxious to have a return of prosperity in the business of the country. They got heartily tired ol the conditions that prevailed during the administration of Mr. Cleveland, when tariff reform was given a trial. It was the dissatisfaction created by the failure of the Democratic policy on the tariff which re? stored tiie Republican party to control ol the government. The people were deeply int...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 29 April 1897

HOME READING. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. ?In Franco the doctor's claim on the estate of a deceased patient has prece? dence of all others. ?Iowa's state fair this year will be open on Sunday. The machinery will be idle and religious services will be Leid. ?The most powerful fleet that has ever been seen on the waters of the Pal tic will assemble there this spring: un? der the iv:;' of Russia, ?A fanner of OzeRo. Fla., recently fouinl a hairpin made ol something like putt:t perch a four feet below the sur? face of nti Indian shell mound. ?There are pow several antitrust bills before the legislaureof Massachusetts^ one in the ! mate and six in the house, and there may be others shortly. ?"'?'cent mortality returns from the southern states show that the death rate of the colottd people from tuber? culosis is three times as high as that of the whites, -?Thieves threw a hook and line through an open window of a house at Monterey. .'?!?. x.. and stole the bed clothes under which the owner of th...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 29 April 1897

lKJIA'S I5ETK0TIJAL In one of flic turret rooms of l.'eit/.en berg castle a young girl arrayed in a fciinple dress and white aprou s:t sew? ing; industriously. At the sound of foot? steps she paused in her work: at the sight of a hussar officer in uniform she reddened with vexation. Yet (herewan uothing in Albrccht von I'eitzenberg'i appearance to annoy her; on the con? trary, ho was young, very good-looking, tall and of dignified bearing "Will you allow me to come in?" he asked, standing on the threshold. The girl took up her work again. "You can come in if you wish." she said, indifferently. lie walked across the room. "I have n proposal to make to you, Ikironcss Irma. Will you give me your atten? tion for a little while?" She looked at him indignantly. She had a sweet, oval face and deep gray eyes. "I prefer not to listen to you. Count Albrccht." "I thought that you would say so!" (there was something like a ring of triumph in his voice) "but indeed my proposal is very harmless. ...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 6 May 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Fresh Sugar Cane Seed at Peery & Dodd's Maj. Samuel Walton, of Falls? Mills, was in town yesterday. You can get a nice engagement ring for your sweetheart at McKenzie's. The wheat crop in Tazewell County never looked better. If you want nice Sugar Cane Seed you can Hnd it at Peery & Dodd's. F. G. i\ M. Mckenzie have sold then stock of groceries to Buston and Sons. Rev. 1. P. Martinis attending the Kp worth league Conference at Graham. Peery & Dodd have a supply of Early Sugar Cane Seed, fresh and best varieties". Mr. K. A. Crockett, the live young merchant of G rattan,was in town yesterday. Scarf pins ami shirt buttons for the young men at McKenzie*s. They are very exquisite. Sergeant McClintock has been using a force of bands cleaning up the gutters on Main street. ( The friends of Mrs. James O'Keell'e will j be gratified to hear that her health is j greatly improved. I We h...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 6 May 1897

The Tazewell Republican fublishetl every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ??y? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor mid Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash iu advance . . 8 1 00 Subscriptions on lime. 1 Republican ''-nd N. Y. Tribune, one your, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Ounespondenee solicited. The publishers of Tiik RefUBLICAH are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. The RKri Bi iCAN is entered at the Post-offlce at Tazewell. Virginia, as second-class matter. THUBSADY, MAY 6, IS97. A GREAT DANGER. Too much cannot he said or written about the importance of the State constitu? tional convention question that is to be passed upon at the election on the fourth Thursday in this month. The Republican has sought earnestly to awaken its readers to the danger that confronts the voters of Virginia, a dange" that threatens to de? stroy the most sacred right that belongs to freemen?the right to vote. There is a class of men or politicians...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 6 May 1897

WATTERSON ON CLEVELAND. A Sharp Dissection of the Ex-President's Pretensions and a Warning to ilie Democracy. Washington Post. Ind.] The first gun of the tattle of 1900 is fired somewhat early, bat it was fired by the Reform Club in New York last Saturday "ight. The Reform Club is made up ex? clusively of the personal followers of Mr. Cleveland, It exists in point of fact to ex? ploit the fame and to advance the interests of the ex-President. The names of Pair child and Hornblowerand Peckham aiea sufficient guarantee that the association has no other source of inspiration nor any fur? ther point of destination. The dinner was given to place Mr. Cleveland in the field as a candidate for President, and from this tiute forward all the appliances of a small but energetic and intelligent machinery will be put forth to make a campaign of education and a canvass for Mr. Cleveland synonymous' terms. Mr. Cleveland can never again be Presi? dent of the United States. Under no con-1 ceivabie c...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 6 May 1897

AT OWL CREEK IffilDGR UV AMUUOSI-: B1BRCB. 1. A man stood upon a railroad bridge in northern Alabama, looking down into the swift waters 20 feet below. The man's hands were behind his back, the wrists bound with a cord. A rope loosely encircled his neck. It was at? tached to a stout cross-timber above his head, and the slack fell to the level of Iiis knees. Some loose boards la id upon the sleeper supporting the metals of the ?railway supplied a footing for him, and Iiis executioners?two private soldiers of the federal army, directed by a ser? geant, who in civil life may have been n deputy sheriff. At a short remove upon the same temporary platform was an officer in the uniform of his rank, armed. He was a captain. A sentinel a t each end of the bridge stood with his rifle in the position known as "support," that is to say, vertical in front of the left shoulder, the hammer resting on the forearm thrown straight across the chest?a formal and unnatural position, enforcing an erect c...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 13 May 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN ?ND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Freeh Sugar CaneSced at Peery & Dodd's Fred Pendlcton has gone to Marion on j a visit. The IvEpublk w adds new subscribers to its list every week. Mrs. Selina Dickenson, formerly of this place, is visiting at Mr..!. B. Hurt's. Dr. Hall's lace is full of smiles. He say- it is the tmest hoy in the country. If you want nice Sugar Cane Seed you can find it at 1 Very A Dodd's. Capt. P. T. Bowen, of the N. & VV. rail? way, was iu town several days last week. I B? certain to bring your job work to the Ki.Pi ?. [< w office if you want it done right. Peery & Dodd have a supply of Early Sugar Can.- Seed, fresh and best varieties. The approaching election for district officers does not seem to be creating much excitement. C>>!. Joseph Harrisson, who had been at Washington for more than a week, got back home on Sunday. Mr. T. A. Gillespie, of Cedar I> off, and i Hon. Henry Bo...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 13 May 1897

mbbsbed every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?TO WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS, Republican, one year, cash in advance . . $ l 00 Babscri] Uona on time. 1 CO Kepubliean and S. Y. Tribune, one year. . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of THJS Kkitblicax arc not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. Tiif. REPUBLICAN is entered at the Post-office at Taxcwell, Virginia, as second-c lass matter. THURSADY, MAY 13, 1897. TIME IS NECESSARY. The hopes indulged in and promises given by the Republicans last year that a restoration of the Pepublican party to power would result in a return of prosper? ity we believe were sincere. Too much may have been expected and too speedy results may have been anticipated. Th > fearful business depression which existed throughout the last three veal's of Mr. Cleveland's admini-tration has made the public too eager and unreasonable in its demand?. Mich wid...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 13 May 1897

HOME READING. BESIEGED L\ A CRATER UY H. AI..W CLARKE. The adventure I am ubout to relate occurred in the summer of 1SS0, a time when the Apaches?those virulent scourges of the southwestern border? still dominated the lives and happiness of pioneers iu that section. In July of the year mentioned, a party of live? Robert Winston, Joe Baker, Clyde Har? ris, Jeff Hinxnan and the writer"?left the Bio Grande valley bound on a pros? pecting trip into the Zuni country, of w hose extensive mineral wealth we had heard some dazzling rumors. Baker, Harris and I were original? ly from the east; but Winston and Hin? xnan were Tex ana?both splendid speci? mens of the modern frontiersman. Tbey were crack shots with rifle and pis? tol; could ride "nnythin* that growed ha'r," as Ilinman expressed it; and they were thoroughly versed in plains craft and Indian warfare. Before we left the Bio Grande we heard considerable talk of attacks hav? ing been made by raiding parties of Apaches on the scattering...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 13 May 1897

GOOD CORN MARKER. It Una Given Satisfaction to All Wlio Hare Inn! It. I made a com marker like the dia irram herewith, about eight years ago. It-has done faitJifuJ service annually for myself and neighbors ever since, but now I find it worn and disjointed ?ruost beyond repair. In planning to make another, because of its admirable adaptation to its special use, the great tatisfaotion it gives to those who use It. and the case w ith which any farmer handy with tools can make it, 1 an. rVumpted to send a description and drawing for the benefit of other read? ers. The runners are preferably made of hard wood sawed 2 by 10 inches; the. outside ones 2ys feet long on top and the two middle ones 4 feet long. For my use they are fixed 3>? feet apart. The transverse strij>s which secure them may be of 1J? by 2-hieh stuff, ex? cepting front piece in center o which tongue is attached, which should be ? bv 4 for greater strength. The cross GOOD CORN MARKER. e-trips connecting the two longe...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 20 May 1897

VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our lent Ai;d County Reporters. Fresh $ . eSeed at Peery&Dodd'8 Can ivere very thick on court day. Julia Pendleton, daughter of the editor, is quite sii k with rheumatism. ice Sugar Cane Seed you can f. lit at 1' ery ? Dodd's. Col. A. Maj lias been detained from his office several days by sickness. Mr. J man ret tu ned Sunday from Virg y institute, Lexington, Va. I I have a supply of Early Sugai I .:. 3 id, fresh and best varieties. Mr. man Alderson, of Pocahontas, is in ! attending county court pro feesionall). Mia Young, from Maxwell, and Lilly Brown, . Bowen's Cove, were in town on Tuesday. We I a\ i a o mplete stock of Spring and Summer underwear for men and boys. Harinan & Bottimore. Mr. J. Floyd Gillespie has announced hints if a candidate for justice of the peace in Clear Fork l>istiict. Mr. Joel Campbell, a worthy gentleman from Kussel! County, spent several days in our town the first of the week. We ar...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 20 May 1897

f ublished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA.t ?w? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor, SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . $ i oo Subscriptions on time. 180 Republican and SC. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES rurnkhed ou applica? tion. OorrMpondcnM solicited. The publishers of The Uf.itbi.icaN are not re? sponsible for Opinions expressed by Corrcspon dents. Tiik REPUBLICAN is entered at the Post-office at Tazcwcll, Virginia, a.* lecond-clan matter. THUKSADY, .MAY 13,1897, A LAST WARNiNG. One week from today the voters of Virginia will be called upon to vote upon the question of holding a constitutional convention. This is the last issue of the Republican that will reach you before that mrporhmt 8ay7 "\Te ""nave tried earnestly and conscientiously to point out to our readers what Ave conceived to be important reasons fur voting against the proposition to call or hold such a conven? tion. We have told them how unnecessary it is from a point of ...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 20 May 1897

HOME READING. TUE ENGINEER'S RIVAL. UY ALFRED B. COOl'KR. "Yes, sir. That ok] shuntin' euginc that's puffin:' an* snortin', like a broken winded old horse, could tell a tale, if it wasn't so short o' breath. That's the very engine old John Wright used to ?i ivc when I was his stoker. Let meseo ?I've, been drivin* three year?aye, it'll bo ten year come next September. He wasufine flgureof a man, was John. He stood six foot one an'a half in his stock - in's, an' was broad in the shoulders, "too. In Iiis greasy peaked cap, an' oily blue jacket, he looked a giant. Ho was a queer 'un. I used to tell him he needed a wife to look after him. Ha! Ha! He always made his tea wi' water out o' th' eng ue boiler, an' when I laughed at him, he'd slap me on the back, an' say: 'What's good for the horse is good for tho rider, Harry.' He was a rare old sort." "Was he am old man?" "Oh, : o; he'd be forty-odd, I suppose, bul i was a young n;am of ?3, tur'he i -1 me like, to me. As I've said, he \\:;s a...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican. — 20 May 1897

HOMEMADE BROODER. Constructed on Simple and at the Saute Time Correct Principles. The incubator has come to stay in the poultry world, and many farmers are also availing themselves of its advan? tages. Where incubators are used, one must have brooders, and unless these can be made at home, the expense of a batching "plant" is very materially Increased. Fortunately, brooders can be constructed that will do very good work, though of course they must be watched a little more closely than would be necessary with the self-regu? lating brooders that one can buy. A plan is shown herewith that gives a brooder constructed on simple and at the same time correct principles. The diagram. Fig. 1, is very nearly self explanatory. A box three feet square, or thereabouts, has in the bottom a brooder lamp or stove. Above this is a sheet of iron as large as the inside of the box, and supported at the four sides, and by an iron prop near the lamp, if it is inclined to sap. Make the edges air-tight wit...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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