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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 8 November 1889

Clinch Yalley News, Published Evert Friday. Established In the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRLF1TON: Single. Copy,.G Cents By Mail postage paid, one year... ?1.50 By Mail, postage paid. 0 months... .75 Entered at tho Post Ollieo at Tazowoll ?C. II., us second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. II.0 ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-IAW, Tazewell C. II. Va. Will praetico in tho Courts of Tazo? woll county nud tho Court of Appoals at WytheviBe. Collecting a spooialty. -frauds for salo aud lund titles examined. r. h. blair, john o. watts. Lato Alto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. LAIB & WATTS, 11 ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. IL, Va. AVill praetico their profession in nil the Courts of Tazowoll Cnunty. Capt. Blair will attend nil the Courts?buth eounlv and Circuit. I. u. FULTON, 8- si. d. ooi.i.i.iNu, Lato Circuit Judge, County Judge, Wylkovillo. Va. Tuzowoll O.U.Va, F TJLTON & COULUNG, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazeweix C. H., Va. Will praolico in tho Circuit Courts of lazewell county. S. M. B. Coulliug wil...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 8 November 1889

pit-is estimated that Untie Bamtlel tvH Iiay out at least $1,600,000 in ?rtificW cgs ami arms in 1S90. ..William Nye, tho humorist and phitoso hher, sagely and wittily remarks tha [here arc t wo kinds of baldlicaded men B?rne arc bald on the outside and sonn Ire bald on the inside. The railroad compauici of the Unit? States owe ?1,C00,000,000. Last year tin ?t'uount of interest paid by the railroad t>f the United States was $207,000,000, Hid the anunmt in dividends $80,000, 1)00. If the amount of freight hank.: were all reduced to one mile, it wonkl ?mount to $70,000,000,000 tuns o: treight. _ Joaquin Miller, who. after he went inn Wall street nnd lost his little tide, uses] lo rail at the rich ami revile leading New Vork capitalists, has become a capitalist himself. Some years ago he bought -t't SCresof hind near San Francisco, and now Ihcy have become valuable for town lots The pod says that he Shall Kjtelld the re Uaindcr of bis days on the I'm ilii llope._ The whole trade of ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 8 November 1889

IT 5EF.M3 BUT VESTEriDAY, It sooai? but yesterday that May Tripped*lightly rast, nor paused to stay A moment louse;- thr.n 'i would ta'm To not her sign?? near nnd far. Infield cad lane?the dairies' -tar; To sot the grass 's nil ashake To kijs the world into a blus'i Of brier-roies, pink nn I Bush, Pot lummer'i take. It vv-ii- but yesterday that Juu.i Came piping swot a medley tune, I Whereto t'no robin nnd tho thrush I.onl each his thrilling thront, the whili Tho lo.-usi there livside the stile, Deep-hid in tangled weed and brush, Spun out the season's ?kein of he it. With now a "whirr*' of shuttle licet, And now n hush. It seems but yesterday, anil yet To-day ! found my sard st set In silver, and the roisterer wind Made bold to ptaek me by t'no gown, What time I wandered up and down The path, to see if left behind Wu.s one last rosa that 1 nullit pro.s Against my withered ehcek, and less Fee! time unkind. ?Julie it, l ippmann, in Atlantic Monthly. "N. C. J. MARABON,1' HV THOMAS IM...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 8 November 1889

Clinch Valley News. I'M II HAY, ' - < NOV. 8, loSlt. THE SUCCESSFUL TICKET. von ooYriltftoH i philip w. ?IcKINNEY, of Fiirinvillc. KOK LI BUT K NANT CIOVEKNOU: j. h?ge tyler, of l'ulaski. VOll ATTOllNHY-OHNKllAL : it. taylo? scott, of Fnuqiiicr. Virginia Democratic. {Richmond- -MeKinnoy's majority tin Ulis city will 1"' about '1,500. Hu I'tOBf, from points throughout U?o Stud- indicate ti Doinocratic mujority rtff:nOi less tlmn LJ.,000 uuil possibly ,30-,000. '. Richmond ? OfhVial Democratic muijority in Ibis city 5,173. qtichiuond?Official and Romi-offi ittial llgurca for two thirds of Um Stute grivo n D?inoenitie. majority of bo ttween 2G.OO0 und 28,000. Port ions ? of inacsossible counties lioaril from .sbow furtbor Dotnocratio gains. The Doinocratic innjority in tbo Stute is now estimated ?t between 28 Win ? ?32,000. ... ... ..in?irony cities anil towns out of lit. including principal cities, give 20,003 Democratic majority. At midnight tlie Doinocratic majority is estimated ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 8 November 1889

Clinch Valley News. A FRIDAY; " - - - NOV. 8, ISSii. LOCH ? A'M> G?jVjj??L WE WS Ii Hl EES. "It is finished. ' It lias been done, ami well done. The lieff Cloaks lor ladies have arrived at Saiindcrs" J The wile of ttev M \Y. : '\el' ar rived oil Tilesdaj hi Woven Consots for vi Dal Satin tiers'. The best in the ?> >rhl. Fresh and cheap cool ? 1111 ies. iStC., lit the store ol" Ymtng & Kelly Buy. Dn W. K. Trice will per Lips move to Ins place neXI kpring Saiindcrs" I at department i9 what It should be, lull of the latest New York styles. ?* . If you are a bilyei of children's shoes, look through that department Vif Saunder's store Messrs. I. Frank .v v thucloth? iers, keep n full line ol Huts, of good make ami latest srtyle? Mr. and Mrs . lark Spoils, ol West Ya , will visit the family ol air. J. C. Spoils in a ft d-.iys. We handle everj thing in our line 'tis good as the. best, as elieap is the cheapest. Young & Kelly. A trunk or valise wanted ? To be had at I, Flan...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 8 November 1889

SKORBT THOUGHTS. I hold it truothnt thought* arc tt-.'n^v Kiulowcd with bel?g, breath unit wings, Ami thai wo send the:n forth (<? (ill The- world ?itli goad results or ill. That which wo iv.il our "secret thought.*' Speeds totheearth's remotest spot, Ami leaves IU Messing* or it< wo ?* bike- tracks behind it. us it go-.v?. THE TRAMP. BY MINNlt: I'. IlltlUII VI ''Do unto others as we would Hint ? they should do to us.'' The short wintry afternoon i> drawing to a clcso; tin- wind is chilling, and j there uro sign* of n snow ?tonn; evert our seems to be housed in llicsuisll town of Q-; but just now there may be Been the figure of n intiii coining up the toad. lb- slop, at Partner Moses's gale?slops . nnd look- about as though he were a , Stranger in the little town. lie wear- a I long and shabby overcoat, ami u douched hat drawn low over bis forehead, lb: leansngnhist Ihcgutcus though very wear). . A small, piping voiee. s|icakiiig close lo ; ithu, startled him from the rever...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 8 November 1889

THE GOLDEN-RO" Ses, lut our nation's emblem be rUo flower that blooms from tea to tip tfhat UltigH by every roadside frco Its wealth of feathery gold, that decks the mountains in ttiuir prido Ami Waves along tho prairies wide, and smiles when frailer beauties hide From autumn's gathering cold. tn fields where lutppy children meet (Vitil hear the wild bees humming sweel And tread the sward with Naked feet. Among the orchards fair; On banks where scarlet berries grow In quiet lanes where lovers go, bright bursts of yellow glory show The Goldoc-rod is there. Where barrens burn, where torrents pour, Vhcro swells Ihe hill, where sweeps the shore, IVhere sparrows tlii, where eagles soar, It shakes ils conquering plume; tn the old grave-yards, brior-groSil, lly cabined poverty, well-known, Hun's friend the OoUten-rotl alone Maintains its faithful bloom. And eyes thai w eep the year's decay Biuile last to see that, flower display <ts fulvld mantle o'er the gray. While 'ncnth October's sk...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 8 November 1889

Oar estimated foreign population ia uOt far below 14,000,000. Illinois is probably tho ouly state in tno Union in which forest trees arc creasing. Tbc credit of Now York city is good enough to enable it to borrow money nt 2$ per cent. There arc uc-nrly 0,000,000 acres oi waste land in England which arc capa? ble of being cultivated. Professor Sousn, who lends the fa? mous Washington .Marine Band, say* that America li.n no national u!r. (Statistician Poor computes tho funded indebtedness of thu railroad companioi of this country at $1,021,035,023. It is stated as a fact that Ohio has 40,1173 white votert unable to write; Pennsylvania, 05,983, and Xcw York, 76, r i .*>. _ The Department of Agriculture at Washington is making arrangements, anuouncc< the Boston (Juttieutar, for (he introduction iu tIit>. country of new varieties of wheat to lake the place of thosu which have deteriorated. A, curious exploration is now being undertaken in n vast region of S anda navin, which hai...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 15 November 1889

Clinch Valley News, Published Every Friday. established in the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single- Copy,.5 Cents By Mail postage paid, one year... ?1.5(1 By Mail, postage paid, 0 months... .75 Entered at the Post Oilieo at Tasowell C. H., as sirond class matter. PROFESSIONAL, CARDS. II, C ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, TazewellC. II. Va. "Will practice in tho Courts of Taze woll county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythcvillo. Collecting n specialty. Lands for sale and land titles examined. b". b. blAli;. john o. watts. Late Alto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. J?LAIR & WATTS, ATTO R NEYS-AT-LASY, iAZEWBLL C. IL, Va. ?Will practice their profession In all "the Courts of Tnzewell Cnunty. Capt. Blair will attend nil the Courts?both countv and Circuit. I. n. F0I.TOK, 8? M. D. COULI.INQ, Luto Circuit Judge. Couuly Judge, Wythovilie, Va. TuzewoU C.U.Vn. pULTON & COULLINO, ATTORN EYS-AT-L AW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice in tho Circuit Courts of Tazewell county. 8. M. B. Coulling w...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 15 November 1889

I The Kiffcl tower comes high. It has paid 12r? nor cent, to its stockholders. There are over 11,000 millionaires hi the United States, occonling t.. n recent estimate. _ The Sioux arc t<> be paid?14,000,000, or about a dollarand auuartcran acre for their lands.____-,_ The example of capital punishment is certainly effective in one way. The man wito is hanged never commits another murder._ For the lirst time since 1859, Georgia BOS made corn enough this season to sup? ply her own wants, and she will have he side a surplus of a million bushels for sale.__________ The contract for postal cards for four years lo come calls for 2,000,11011,1101) postal cards, which will he manufactured at a cost of ?$800.000 and sell for $20, 000,000._ Since ihe introduction of mastics* ships some sort of a gymnasium has been rec? ognized as a necessity for providing the Bcamen wilh the proper amount of exer? cise, formerly found in Ihc work alofl. Each war-ship will now have the needed arrangemen...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 15 November 1889

ONE LITTLE WORD. Tis hut n word in anger breathed, Vet cutting like n lush. One littlo moment spent in strife. One blighting lightniiiK Hash; Vet tor that word, through dreary years, One shall regret with bitter tears. "To-morrow morn she will return. To-morrow I will pardon crave.*1 To-morrow flndsuno {jriof-strack heart And one cold form rol>ed for the grave. And memory, with his wild regrot, SliU hauuts the one who would forget. ?Annabel IM igM. IN THE OAK WALK. J1Y KM MA A. ori'Ki:. How pretty Miss Perry looked! Neither Miss Laue nor Phil Thompson bud ever seen quite sucll a sight. She was in black silk, though i: was only for a morning stroll to the Oak Walk?black silk enveloped, as to the skirt. in shimmering lace. Her little black bonnet sol oil' her fair face und yellow hair; her long Suede gloves were as yellow ns her hair, her parasol while and Iaccv. "Your cousin is very handsome-." said Mary Lane to Mr. Olney. In her heart there was a shocked dis? approval of Miss Per...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 15 November 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, " ? - ? NOV. 15, IKS'J. A DANGEROUS ISSUE. When Uif New York Sun is glee? fully booming Campbell, of Ohio, uml putting bim up us n presidential ticket for I8W2?not bccniiao it. lovcs Campbell inore, but because it loves Cleveland less?ia it liot cruel for Ilm Now York World lo recall llio fact that u short time ago tbo Sun predicted Campbell's defeat because he stood on n DomocrnMa platform with a Democratic tariff plunk in the middlu of it. As it happens, Camp bell hail voted for the Mills bill, and, tariff was talked all over Ihu State ol (iliio. Ohio was carried foi" the Democracy by eight thousand major it v. So wo Boo that the tariff is a very dangerous issue?for the He I publicans.?Stale. MAI ION 13 AND1 [A1MI.SON. i Tho ^ow York Times say a: Ma hone is beaten on his own ground by nn overwhelming majority. This is, perhaps, Iho event of grcalcat im? portance in national affairs roHiilting from (ho clectioiiH yesterday Had Hit: canvas:, teen one ill ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 15 November 1889

Clinch Valley News. fihday, - - - N?vTie, isb?. L0C4L ./I.A'J) 'GENERAL jYJC\VS_UR1JCFS. The hc\V C!i>iiks fof ladies have arrived at Slttttidcrs' f a lienvy rainfall was t lie feature or I lie day Wednesday. Woven Cutsets for 81 00 at Saun* tiers'. The best in the world. Revi .1. a. Leslie will preach in the Christian church. Sunday, at II a. in. , , Ladies muffs at .75. *l <?> mid $1.75. Cull and sec tliem at R. A. Suu uders1. Saunders' hat department is what it should he, lull of the latest New York styles. If you are a buyer of children's ahi-i^s. look through that department of ijnuniter's store. . Messrs. I. Frank & Co., the cloth? iers, keep a lull line of Hats, of good make, and latest .?tyle. Messrs. I. 0. Dodd and A. F. Hill-grave nre in the eastern cities purchasing their holiday goods. a trunk or valise wauled ? To be had at 1. Frank & (Vs. Beverly Warren and L'ilda Wit ten, among the we!! known of our colored people, were murrh i Wed? nesday. II. M. Smy...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 15 November 1889

goou morning. --?.iood morning, world:" On llic window seat 81m balanced her two little timid feet; Sho olung with hor ?lttni>lo ? hands, and .stood Framed in liken picture of babyhood. TbecUunuering Vines hung low and green ?Round the sunniest curls that o'er were teen. >Ynd site stood with beauty end Ii;,!" Im pearled. And Lade "Cood inomillg" to all thr- world. "Good morning, world," and the great world heard; Knch rustling tree, and each tinging WrJ. The dancing Dowers and th ? B?hls ot grans Koddcd and waveil nt the little lass; And the far-off hills and the sky nverlie.nl Listened and beamed as the word was said; And the o|,i r.un lifted bin head and smiled? "Good morning, world!" "Coed morning, cnihir ? Il oniiili's ./ulO'icd. FOLLOWED, 1 was acting as Paymaster ami Chief Commissary Clerk for a linn ?f grade contractors upon tiie Northwestern road, which was then pushing through North? ern Nebraska into the ad jacent Territory tf Wyoming. We were doing some heavy gradin...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 15 November 1889

LOUDER THAN WORDS. ? bear little thin hands, fa mine wasted fingers. Holding on to dreary life that struggles to lie free; Hands Where not a tender curvo of Imby roundness lingers, Lift yourselves, thai all the world the wan reproach may see. That nil the world's gay. thoughtless heart may break, such sights to see. Dear little polo lips, where nu mother's kisses Leave the print of mother love to suit into the heart; Lips that could not (ell mo aught of child? hood's tiny blisses, Cry aloud your louellncw, that all the world may start, That all the world of pleasant ease at grief like yours iiiny start. Dear little ihvd eye.-, weighted down with weeping. Opening everyday to ills that harder grow to bear. Eyes where gladness never shines In waking or in sleeping. Look reproach that nil tho world may eonio to know and eure. Dear little bout forms, in your narrow nUcys Hidden from the searching sun that longs to make you well, Vormi that never ran and leaped in grassy groves and valley...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 15 November 1889

Tuo ycnr 18S0 will go down, into his? tory as an unprecedented Ecason of stotms, flood, nud disaster in tho United States. ?ttrinors in Central Missouri, accord? ing to Culinan's Rural World havo nearly abandoned tobacco raising. It is Mtimatod that tho ncroago planted this year will 1>3 the smallest since tho Stato was admitted to the Union. In thecourso of recent excavations in the Nile valley, inscriptions iu Cypriote or Old World Greek characters havo been discovered. As sumo of these in? scriptions date at least as far hock as 2(100 15. (.'. it seems to follow thai tho Homeric poOIUS might have been com? mitted lo Witting by Algean Creeks at the supposed date of their composition. At last the government ol India has been moved to activity on the question of tie- segregation of lepers. It. is pro? posed to give tho district magistrates power to order the arrest of any leper who is lound begging or wandering about without any means of subsist-j encc. Such lepers will bo detain...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 22 November 1889

Clinch Valley News, PUBUBBBD EVEHY FllIDAY. Established In the Year 18451 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Siugle Copy,.GCcnt? | By Mail po?tngo paid, one year... SI.GO i By Mail, postage paid, C months... .73 | Entered at the Post Oflleo nt Tnzowell C. II., an second class mutter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 11.c ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazeweij. C. II. Va. Will practice in tho Courts of Tazo svoll county nud tho Court of AppealB at Wythcvillb. Collecting a Bpecialty. Lauds for solo nud land titles examined. T. s. blair, john o. watts. Lato At to. Gen. Lata U. S. Marshall. J^LAIR & WATTS, ATTOR NEYS-AT-LAW, Tazmwell C. IL, Va. Will practice their profession in all the Courts of Tnsewelf County, Capt. Blair will attend nil the Courts?both sountv and Circuit. r. ii. fvz.tok, b. m. d. coum.ino, Jjato Circuit Judge, County Judgo, Wythcvillo. Ya. Tuzowoll G.U-Va. ?pULTON & COULLING, ATTORNE Y8-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will prnctico in the Circuit Courts of Tazowc.il county. S. M. 11. Goulli...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 22 November 1889

St. Petersburg folk have to lio Careful ?beut their use ot words. Kccently ttie entire bench of judges there were or rested for using the German language in? stead of Kassian. Having purchased most of our bit wer? tes, the Hush English capitalists are now buying U|l waterworks ovcrlicrc. Their thirst appears lobe something unquench? able, says the Boston Herald. According to the Portland Oregonian the fact that the Western people are not flow in taking advantage of modem im? provements is shown by the statement that one company alone during the last four months has put in nearly HI."01) electric lights in Oregon and Washing? ton. _ The Manufacture** Record believes tn.\ the winde country is "entering upon a great speculative period of advancing prices, when we will probably see the most active times ever known in the financial ami speculative history of the country. The South will lake a very Tonsillen! part in these matters.'' The latest European estimate of the wheat crop from Vie...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 22 November 1889

AUTUMN. Ta7ith%hy broivu eyes she eemei ngnir "With hairn sunny, silken skti-.i, As full of light as golden rod; J/jvo in her voice, lovp in her nod. She treads so softly ui> ?nie knows Tlie time she comes, the time she goer The grass is brown, the leaves begir Tiirir gold and crimson dyes to will Bach cricket, rings as loud as ten To drown tho noisy locust, whoi You come, O maid, to bid us cry To summer sweet a long goodby. And when you go the leaves are gone} The aster's farewell Fcont is llowa; I'oor Cupid nuts away his (ring*, And close lo cosey corners clings. Tho rudo wind ushers, with a shout1 Tho winter In, the autumn out. There's sadness in her Shy brown eyes. Though gay her gown with tawny eyes, l.oves in her voice?but tolling most Of one who's loved, but loved and lo t. She treads so softly no one knows The time rite come.--, the time rim geo-s ?PltUbnra Ditjulch. THE LODE STAR TRAIN. It was during the fall of 1803 that the Lode Star Mining Company sent an out tit from...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 22 November 1889

ILL. 1_ _ " . ,M ' 1 Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, ? ? ? NOV. 22. IKS'.)" WHAT IT MF, ANS. Tho pooplo of tho (Jiritcd Stuten nro waking up, unit the Democratic party of tho United States in looking up?upward and onward. The people's cause is gaining grouud. The victories this year pro sago greater victories in tho future. Tariff reform is now seen to he a winning issuo for tho Democracy. On that issuo wo can carry tho country if wo follow it up. To socuro good government, it is now clear that the pcoplo will restore the party to pow? er iu the uation as well as in the States. The administration sohome to dis? organize tho politics ami society of the Southern States has been buried out of sight iu Virginia. Bloody shirt agitation and all the crazy politics that goes along with it havo been permanently turned down | iu Ohio. The demand for Tariff Reform and the abaudonuionl of tho fanaticism of prohibition have produced a Dum ooratic governor in Iowa. New J. rsey stands in I ho Donio oe...

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