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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 4 October 1889

Clinch Valley News, Published Evert Fmday. Esta&iished in the Year I84G 1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single) Copy.BCcnU I By Mail postage paid, one year... SI.BO | By Mail, postage paid. 6 months... Entered at the Post Ollleo at Tazovyoll ?C. II., ns 6Ct'on? class mallei'. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ALDERSON, _ ATTORNEY-AT-LA.W, Tazewell C. H. Va. Will practice in tho Courts of Taze ? rvell county and the Court of Appeals at Wythevill?. Collecting a specialty, f^iiids for sale nnd laud titles examined. F. S. ALA1H, JOHN O. WATTS. I-ute Atto. Gen. Late U. S. Marshall. 1) hi AIR & WATTS. ATTOH NEYS-AT-LAW, TAZEWELL C. II., Va. Will practice their profession in all the Courts of Tazowell Cuunty. Cupt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both Gouutv und Circuit._i V. b. FIJI.TON, B* ti. 11. COCI.I.1NO, l-nto Circuit Judge, County Judge, Wythoville, Va. Tazewcll O.U.Va. jpULTON & COULEINQ, ATT01?NEYS-AT-IjAW, Tazeweix C. H., Va. Will practice in tho Circuit Courts o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 4 October 1889

Great Britain lias ?500,000,000 in vested in our railways. Auother expedition to seareli for till ONorth Pole lias been organized. Englishmen in "New York who ctu afford to talk freely predict that royalty iin England will not outlast the Prince "i Wales._ Out of thirteen clergymen interviewed ?in Cincinnati on the project of preaching sermons for littlo children, twelve de? cidedly opposed it. Nearly one hundred officers of thf British army have qualified a< interpreter) in foreign languages, thirty-eight of the j number being in Itiisslun. The New Vork 11?/? is of the opinl in ' ? . I thai "Cuba is llic plague spot Oi thu j continent, n standing menace to the lib nud health of the surrounding coun? tries." _ ????? - - - .? Slam has iV.r the llrsl time begun Hie issue of paper money. The hills are ol tho denomination of one, live und ten ticals. o Heal being equal to sixty cents of American money. It is on record that tho dairy Interest! of the United Stale: foot up to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 4 October 1889

. SCYTHE SONG. Mowers, weary and brown end blithe. What is the word methiuks ye kuo.r. Endless over-word that the Scythe Sings <o the blades of the grass below? Scythes that siring in the gran nnd elover-J Something, still, they say as I'uey pass; What, is this word that ever ami over, Sings the Scythe to too Qowers and grass! Hush, ah hush: the Scythes arc saying, Hush, nnd heed not. attd fall asleep; lie h. th"y say to the grasses swaying, Hush, they ship to the clover deep! Hush?'tis the lullnhy Time is singing?. Hush, and heed not, !?:? all things paw, Hush, ah bush land the Scythes are swing? ing Ov.t the clover, over the grass! ?.liirfivic Lung. DRIVEN AWAY. BT JAMES FltA.SKl.lN KITT3 1 am sitting in my Grandmother God? frey's rocker at the window oi' the east room lookiug out u|ten the family bury ing-ground at the fool of the hill, tho meeting-house on its summit, and the j Mcrriinac, which winds round it, in the i distance. Here, Hfty years ago. she used I to sit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 4 October 1889

Clinch Valley News, FIUDAY, ? - ? 0< T. I. ISbU STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET roll (iOVKKNOIt : I'llIMl' YV. McKINNEY, llf Purin ville. KOK LI H?TENANT ISO VK KK< ?H : .J. H?GE TYLEIt, of l'ulaski. FOll ATTOKNKY t?KSKUAIi : K. TAY LOH SCOTT, <if Fuiiquicr. PUBLIC SPEA KING. Cnpt. l\ \V. McKinney und Hon. W. It. Aloxnmlcr will iuMiorh Ihc citizens uf Tilzow??!! in Iii? Court House on the Ural day of the Oolobor term of llio Count v (!uurl. Tlio null Mnlumo convention held in Liichmoml was well u!loiul?'?l und IMnhouo's ilefiml einpliiilicu.ly pro dieted. Gonorn 1 Crotier wiys: "Sin hono i-i obliged '.?? I". b< itten, uml Hie only question is ns to wlml imijoi if y, uml on Ibis poinl ! am liurdly pre? pared to express an opinion. I doii'l lliitik IMtilioiie cnii poi.MbJy poll more than lL'?.tlOU voles, his nomination having nrousod < very clement Hint is. opposed to liim ntiil Iiis methods. I shall not lie Bltrpi i loil ii llie I&am...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 4 October 1889

* Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - ? OCT. 4,1881). LOG 4L A.YD GENERAL NE WS BRIEFS. The races wero good. The new Clonks for Indies linvo arrived ;ii SuiHldors' 7 Tins morning Hilda Hie vistors to the Fair pretty U'O? dispersed. Woven Corsets for91.00 ttt .Saun tiers'. The best in tliu world. That concert is everybody's sub jeet of conversation this morning. Col. May adds to glass sand the discover}' of lire clay on his town property. Saundcrs' hat departincnt is what it should be, full of the latest Isew Y-.rlc styles. * The number of iiuti-Muhoncitcs is increasing instead of diminishing us predicted. If you arc a buyer of children's shoes, look through that department of Sounder's store. ? C'apt. P. W. McKinucy will be hero to speak at the October lernt of the County Court. Mr. at id Mrs. Phil. Man- gave a public entertainment at this place on Saturday night last. Miss Sallio I'eory" was the best lily rider and Mr. It. A. Sauudors tho best getitloiuan rider. Messrs. 1. Frank &a...

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

LIFE IS ALU right. "The summer winds 1? sniflln' round the bloomin' loeus' tree.*. And the clover in tho pastur' is n big day for i the bees. And they Wen n-Swlggtn' honey, nbove- j board and on the sly. Till they stutter In thelrbuKzitf and ?Wigger tu the Oy. They's been a heap nf rain, but the nin's out to-tlay. And the clouds of the wet ?pell is all cleared i away, And the woods is nil Uie greener, nml lite jirnss is greener ?till; It may ruin again to-inorry, lau 1 don't ? think il will. Borne My the crops is ruined, and th.-n's j drownded out, And inwplw-sy t'to wheat will he a failure, without doubt; i ' I ' k] But the kind 1'r.ivid. that h-s ncveVj railed us yet, 1 Will boon hand onu'l more ai lite 'levontli ' hour, I bet! Oocs the meddcr lark complain, as ho swims high and dry. Through the waves of the windiuul the Idno ufthoskylf 1 Does the ?"inll sei tip ami whistle in a disnp- . pinled way. Er hang his head in silence awl sorrow all j lite doj ? U tic ? hipmuck's health u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 4 October 1889

A BIG ISLAND. TUE RK80URCK8 AM? PEOPIiK OF MADAGASCAR. The Kniet-, <i Woman, Has Absolute Power Over [let* Subjects? Singular Hnbila ami i Vremoiiics. The island of Madagascar Is on? of the largest and most important <>a the facoof the globe, being exceeded in size only by Borneo, if \yo leave Australia out of the question. It is one of Ike few regions where the interests of Prance und E . land seriously clash. The former, after! b mute.t of nearly 300 years, br.sat la-; succeeded in establishing its protectorate, hill the English arc still powerful through their missionaries, who have suc? ceeded in convertiug the people to the Protestant faith and inaugurating a public school system, which gives them it strong hold on the sympathies of the ncopte. The island is over IOO0 miles in length. Tie- breadth ;.! it- wides: point! is .'iris miles, while the area is consider? ably greater than Ilm: of Prance. it is ; lu :. perl of the world to which gcucr.d ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 4 October 1889

Tho Rural Nuo Yorlvr announcsi that thoro i? an agitation among tho small fruit-growers for tho imposition of ? tariff on b.iunnns. Tho British naval authorities boliev? they have secured plates absolutely im? penetrable by missiles tired from any gun at present invented. A pinto ten iuchoi thick is being enst for CXperi tuen, till purposes. The phonograph lias bcr-n U93d foi the purposes of diplomatic correspon? dence, 'flic Itnliun clinigo d'affain in London tout Signor Crispl, the prime minister, n letter upon a phonograph cylinder ns tiring tho safest means of cotnuiunicntiou. Toll lowers in these days would seem to bo p tying Invottntonts, observes tin New York Mail and Krnrttt. Mr. Eiffel is said to bo raking in tho sum ol $10,000 per day front tlx- entrance and elevator foes p:iid by those who arc anxious to surmount his grout structure in Paris. The projected Congo railway in Africa, 200 miles in length, connecting utivagablo waters that are now sepa? rated, is estimated to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 October 1889

Clinch Valley News Published Every Friday. Established in the Year 1845 TERMS OE SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy,.5 Cents By Mail postage paid, one yenr... SE5? By Mail, postage paid, C mouths... .70 .Entered ot tho Post Oilioo at Tnzewell C. II., ns second class matter. ? PROFESSIONAL CARDS. II. c ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II. Va. Will practice in tho Courts of Taze- | well county and the Court of Appeal? at "Wythoville. 'Collecting a specialty. 'Lands for sale and land titles examined. f. S. nLAl?, JOHN o. watt5 Lato Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. LAIR & WATTS, B ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazbwell C. H., Va. Will practice their profession in nil the Courts ot Tnzewell County. Capt. Blair will attend nil the Courts?both countv and Circuit. _^_ r. H. rUI.TON, B- II. TS. COOI.I.INO, Lute Circuit Judge, County Judgo, Wythoville, Ya. Tazewell ?.H-Va. FULTON & COULLING, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice in tho Circuit Courts of Tazowoll county, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 October 1889

The collapse of Boulangerism seems to "be complete. Mining interests are taking front rank among the industries of Cuba. The platform of the Indiana Prohibi tiouists contains an anti-Trust plank. There are eighteen persons in England ?with rent rolls of over $500,000 per an? num. _______ There are 1.1100,000 Canadians in the United States, who have emigrated here to remain._ _ Tin y have politics in Japan now, tin? der the constitution, and one of the par? ties is called the Jijito. Of the 800,000 qualified voters in the city of New York 14,000 pay taxes on property ami 200,000pay rents to those who own the property. A Washiuglou correspondent of the Utica Observe)' says thnt ??there probably never were so many women seeking ofllco ns there are this year." All the Stales und Territories of Ihe Union have an organized militia. Of tkese, nte.0 are cavalry, BOsVI artillery, nnd 90,138 are infantry. Suicide among Gcrmau officer, in presses shockingly. During May twenty three shot themse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 October 1889

A DROWSY DA.Y. Tlio butterflies flit lioro and tliers About tiro tawny, dust-deep roan, Liko flukes of gold, in quiwring glare. Heist-shriveled vines, and leaves that showed Life in euch leaf all breezy tine. Droops languidly along the way; Aud a lone bee, with mullled croon Beems moodily to say: "It is a drowsy, <irowsy day." No silver ripplo stirs the brook Whose ;rlussy flow slips nobelessly? Th re seemsUO lifo whero uytsmay loolt The clouds are ships becalmed at sen. Tho song lies hushed in panting throat Of bird; grasshoppers tire of play; 'The cricket seldom chirps its note, And only then to say: "It is a drowsy, drowsy day." , -j So noontide lapses unto eve. The farm-house panes Hash ruby-clear. And huts their secret places leave, And katy-dids again we hear. The tire-flies gem the gathering shade; The swallows cheep, iu circling play; And weary flowers, in Held and glade. He.'in whispering to say: "It niis u drowsy, drowsy day." ?(.Iconje Cooper, in Independent. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 October 1889

Clinch Valley News. KRIDA Y. - - ? OCT. LI, I'M' STATED EM OCR ATI C NCKET KOIl ?OVKUNOH : PHILIP W. McKINNEV, of Ki.rmvillo. KOIJ LIKUTKKAKT GOVBUNOII : J. HOOK TYLER, of Rulaski. FOR ATTOUNBY ?liKNKHAIi : It. TAYLOR SCOTT, of Kauquier. PUBLIC M'KAKJN'i. Ctipt. 1. \V. McKinney ami Hun. W. It. Alexander will address Hie cili/.eua of Tnzewoll in the Court House on tin! first day of the October I er in of Hie County Court. WHAT THK KICK KUH DID AT THK RICHMOND CONFER EXi'K. The kiekeiu have bad their any, and formally expressed themselves ns antagonistic In Mtthouu mill bis candidacy fur guberniitorial houors. ' Among those presold who lion John S. Wise. (Ion V. Gruner, (|>rcs-: ideut of the rtiiti Maliouo Republican Stale Committee), ex Oov. Cuineroii, Col. \V. ('. I '< 11.11' ton. W. I''. 1'.dl.kt. j of Montgomery; ('. A. Htominns, of the same eouiily: Samuel M. und Ja? cob Yost. .I nines A. bYiixior, luv. is McKon/.ic, ox-Senator and Governor John P. Lowis, Ju...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 October 1889

Clinch Valley News. FuiDAY,. - r~r dor. iij mi. LocdL a:yd gjmEral jYESVS briefs. . Every thing quiet in the city since the Fi? ir. Mr. [. C. Dodd's little child is critically ill. The new Cloaks for ladles have arrived at Smuttier*' T Mr. Pobst lion tin ties quite ill at his home oil Main street. Woven Corsets for $1 00 at Saun ders'. The best in the world. People in iown have been on the five/.e Cur a week?no coal on the market. A. 1*. Kelly, ok the N i:\v.s, tool, jn outing, to the Lynchburg Fair, this week. Sounders' hat department is what it should be, lull of the latest New York styles. The Episcopal church realized ?!)7 from the conceits at Seminary Hull last week. Six new pupils entered the board itig department of .Mrs. Gillespie's school this week. If you are a buyer of children's shoes, look through that department of Saundor's store. Miss Martin, of Norfolk, is visit? ing her sister, Mrs. S. C. Pecry, at dipt. W. E. Pcery'a. Never in their history have the schools in our...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 October 1889

the voyage to slumber land. Sho sails nwny on the sen of rlreams, Thll little skipper with eyes of bro?rn. As tho Brefly'i torch in tho twilight gleams, Ami the gnrnisli sun gin>s down; Her bark ttontx over the grimy town To Slumbcrlarxl ami its silver sea; The spotless folds of her dumber gow n Arono whit fairer than she. There are nugol birds In tho warm, still ntr. And the skipper laughs with her eyes of brown, As they sing to her old songs, sweet and rare. While her bark billows up and down. They sing of a prince of high renown. And a prim-ess ever so young and fair; Bui where is the prineess hail ever a erown bike the erown of her soft brown hair? Cometh 0 storm over the silvery HCa, That ebbs on the dreamor's land. And the angel birds fade out. lo Ihe ler> Of this singular slumber strand; Is there a harbor by angels planned, Fron all Storni!?, whatever they be. From (lie wicked furies of SllUllberhtlul Ami the waves ill its silvery sen? Up, like a Hash, c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 October 1889

ONLY ONE MOTHER. You have only one mother, my boy. Whose heart you can gladden with joy. Or cause it to ache . Till ready to break So cherish that mother, my boy. You have only oue mother who w ill Stick to you through good and through ill And love you although The world b your foe? So t are for that love never still. Yon have only one mother to pray Thai in the good path you may stay Who for you wou*t spare Self ?scriftco rare Bo worship that mother r.h.ay You have only one mother to mnko A home ever sweat for your sake, Who toils day and night, For yon with delight? fo help her all pains ever lake. You have only one mother to miss When she bos departed from this. So love mid revere That mother while here, Sometime you won't know her dear kiss You have only one mo:!.-, r?just one. Benwmber that always, my $? nj None ecu or will do What she has for you. What have you for her ever done? ?//. 0. Duilac, in Detroit /-Vie Pren Two of a kind?A yoke of oxen. Very often the bluntest man ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 October 1889

Ijowis Miller, President of tho Lake Chautauqua (N. Y.) Society, says that When the society was first formed iti ground wns worth about $'200 an acre, und the cottages, together with the build? ings belonging to the association, did not amount to more than $4000 or $5001). The value of the Chautauqua grounds nt present is about $500,000, and there arc. yet unsold about $80,000 worth of lots valued at from 8250 to $500 each. The. management intends to erect permanent buildings in the future. The tirst gradu? ating class numbered but 700, the nest year 1500, ami this year it is 3000. The last Harvard College bulletin shows that our American colleges have counted some long-lived men tunong their graduates. Nathan Birdscyc, ??> graduate of Yale, lived bi be more than 103 years old; the Kcv. .lohn Sawyer, of Dartmouth, was also over 103 when he died: he received from his college the degree of I>. I), at the ngc of 108; Judge Timothy Farrar, of Harvard, lived to he o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 October 1889

Clinch Valley News Published EVERY Friday. Established in the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Siuglo Copy,.6 Cents By Mail postage paid, one year... ?1.50 By Mail, postagepaid. Gmouths... .73 Eutorod at the Post Oflico at Tazowoll C. I{., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. O. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazew-ill C. n. Ya, Will practice in the Courts of Tazo? woll county und tho Court of Appeals at WytheviUe. Collecting n specialty. Lauds for sale aud land titles oxaininod. r. k. BttAlK, .tohn o. watts. Late Atto. Gen. I-ntc U. S. Marshall. 1! LAIR & WATTS, ATTO R NEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell c. it., Va. Will practice their profession in all the Courts of Tnzcwoll Cnunty. Capt. Blair will attend all tho Courts?both ?aouutv and Circuit. r. n. mr.TOS, b- m. n. co?lmn'o, Lato Oireuit Judge, County Judge, Wythoville, Ya. TazuwcU O.U.Va. J7ULTON & COULLINO, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell G. H., Va. Will practice in tho Circuit Court3 of Tazowoll county. 3. M. II. Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 October 1889

There is complaint of a scarcitv of Bailors in our navy. Ax?ficial watering it is said, will mul? tiply Montana's crop five times. Real estate in New York city doublet In value every eight years new. There nrc only about ?0,000 vacant lots left. There are Frenchmen who say the close of the Exposition in Paria will be the beginning of a "Boulonger Revolu? tion." A sign of the business boom in the South, according to the New Y'ork New*, is the rapid establishment of new banking institutions. Spain must concede to Cuba the right of self government within certain limits or there will be trouble there, declare* the 'Washington ?r?r, and resident Span? iards will side with the Cubans. At prcseut the human race is increas? ing 30,000,000 a year, and if that "elix? ir of life" turns out a success the New Y'ork JTcrubl predicts that WO will soou have to annex some unoccupied planet. It is stated on good authority thai notwithstanding the destruction of human life by the late Civil War the wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 October 1889

LITTLE WILLIE. Toor little Willie, With Iiis ninny pretty wiles Words ol wisdom in his lo >':s. Anil quaint, quiet amllos; Hair <'f amber, touch*! with Hold of leaven so bruve; All lying darkly hi I In n workhouse grave. You remember little Willia: Fair and funny fellow! hi fiprang like u lily Prom the dirt of poverty; Toor little Willie! Not n rriend was uijr.li. When, from tho cold world Ho crouched down tudio. Iu thi' day we wandert*! Coodlos3 Little Willie crietl for bread; In tho night we wandered homelccj Little Willie cried for bed; Parted at the workhouse door Not a word we said: ? Ah. so tired was poor Willie, And so sweetly sleep tho dead. Twai In the dead of winter. We laid him in the earth; 'The w orld brought in the New-Yeal On a tide of mirth. But. for lost little Willi j Notn tear we crave; Cold and hunger caini >^ wake ntm In his workhouse grave. We thought him beautiful, Pell it hard to p irt. We loved him dutiful: Down. down, poor h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 October 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY. - - ? OCT. 18, 1880. STATli DEMOCRATIC TliJKtT VOn (lUVKttKOll : l'HILir \V. MtKINNKY, of Ki.rmvillo. Von LIKUTKNANT CloVBltJiOtt' i ,). H?GE l'YLKU, of l'ulaski. VOW ATTOKSKY CIKKKI1 \\i IC TAY LOK SCOTT, of Fumpiier. JOHN A. BH?MSS WILL ADDIiT.sa THEPEOPUOFTAmV'LI. At the Court House TUESDAY, Oct. 29 Let every one who Ins u right to vole nnrl who has a desire lo cant his vote intelligently anil for tin1 Imsl iu lercsta of his Stale, e.e to hear Ihis honest, ahle man. The. 1 lemoeral in speakers all o\ cr the Stale are tilling Hint lull July, but how- about the township mill precinct committees. Quay's private secretory keeps cons'nut \vt tch nl Stallone's head (pliirlcrs ill I'clelidlHIg While he is of course busy in ulie.ricnl work, ii is said his instruct ions ate to watch the distribution of lite funds supplied to Million?.. The price agreed upon i" he pniil for voters in rcrlnin sections by Mtiboneilcs is ?1. to 8-1, this inte,| perhaps, to llnelual...

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