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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 November 1889

JjBjjgfj;rt, ? < ?."-^A-Jtvwyr.jfi i ay- la I -irr m Clinch Valley News. FKIDAYj ? ""? ? N?~V~ 227T88?. L?C? L ANl)~GEJ\lERAL JfE WS BRIEFS. Dr. A. P. Ilargruve is back from n purchasing tour. I'hc uew Cloaks for ladies have arrived at Snnntters'! Woven Corsets for 9100 at Sauu dors'. Tho best in tho world. MiS 1$. \V. Sttns was takeli Rick on Monday laBt and has been very ill slneo. Lhiiies muffs at .75, SI.00 nnd |>l;7?. Call and aoo tbetn at U.A. Saunder*'. Saunders' hat department is what it should be, full of the latest New York styles. It is reported that Will McNeil, who killed his father, has lost his mind si nee. Dr. J. W. Kelly returned to Scott county, Tuesday, for a abort visit to bis patients. If you are a buyer of children's ?hoes, look through that department of Saundcr's store. Change of schedule on the Nor folk nud Western won postponed until Sunday next. Tho town Sergeant did a good work in having Main atreet scraped of its accumulated mud. Me...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 November 1889

the good old times. In tho good old times, through tho dewy rale The uiilk-uir.id Come tripping home, With a merry soii;;aiid n bright tiu pail All dripping with snowy loom. Bat the slow boy now, with sleepy ey? Goes late In the shade of tho trees, ?And leans his head on the old cow**.thigh With tho bttehets between his Stnoes. Oh, the goad ohl times of the early birds. The plashing churn, ami ttras<|iieaking curds! In the good old time*, rosy Ruth in the Held Ornnk bnlter-niUk <uit or n jus: Bat now pale Pttitllno. In the parlor con? cealed, Sunk deep In a einer alt cttMltoned aud wh -led, With her lingers liermge.1. ami ncr cheeks cochineal ? t Is making darned tlogson a rug. uh. the gwo.lol l limes of th-j scythe's koen ring, And the purple Hash of the ham-swallows In the good ohl limes hy the wide chimney back, All the children with the toe >* aglow, Their nuts and tlwir JokM delighted to crock, And their lips over yards ,.f candy to smack, White...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 November 1889

NOTED DWARFS. a. ci;i.r.i;r..vri:i> imcmy whitks OK HIS KIND. ititeresung Facts as to the Hcnltlt nua Intelligence nt Diminutive l'er? ?ouagea Commodore Foote'j Tluj Apartments. 1 "A History of Dwarfs by One of Their Number" would be a novelty in litera? ture, and, odd as it may appear, just such u book is being prepared for the press here, writes a Fort Wayne Hud.) corre? spondent. The histotiun stands three feet three Inches in his miniature boots, nnd for over a quarter of a century has been before the public hi a professional way. He bus exhibited in every city and town of the laud, bus traveled much abroad, has been patronized by royalty nnd enjoyed an acquaintance with people of distinction, outside of the world of Litliput, that peculiarly tit him for the task he has undertaken. .Moreover the little gentleman is a dwarf only in the physical sense of the word; his intellect is well developed, he :s a constant reader, well informed on current topics, can hold his own...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 November 1889

Discrowned. While yet tho lag^inR Summer lif U tho glow Of her glad vintigo, pte^lng nil who drink . A roign that's endltss, nt tho beaker's brink "?? '? Tho huglos.of the Autumn bliw and blow. So doth tho Iwiguorcd Suiuuter, ?tertle I, turn To 900 tho traitor maples aflame. And, ns though biding a ivi onUnt Rham?, Tho cheeks of her disloyal ivies burn. Then nil adown tho highways far and near, Tho gohleu-rol and osiers swift unfold Besieging banners, mingled bin* and gold Till, straightway smitten with a sudden fen i", E'en ns she strives to nrru hor'gainst tho foo, Again tlio windy liujloj blow and blow. '?l.,?-,j K Till y, fa flarner'* IVtekty. A CLOSE SHAVE. BT K. W. Tj^jOMaOS. Last summer, in lite club house of the Kcuoutchcwttn bail fishers, n woll knowu Canadian lawyer tobl the follow inj; story: "Some years ago, while out for an afternoon's fishing with my son Harry, who was tlion ton years old, I nnchnrotl our skill off.tho ttorthcnsl or lower eml of Qomoguk island, where 0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 November 1889

Clinch Valley News, Published Every Friday. Esta&iished In tho Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ?inglo Copy,.5 Cents By Mail postage paid, one year... SI.50 By Mail, postage paid. 0 months... .73 Entered at tho Tost Ofllco at Tazowell ^3. II., as second class matter. ?*i|j Ii ii ?w.i ?.ii ? i I I_ ^ww^ww PROFESSIONAL CARDS. IX,c ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazkwell C. II. Va. : Will practice in tho Courts of Taze ?woll county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythevillo. Collecting a specialty. Kinds for Kale aud land titles examined. 7. s. BLAlll. john o. watts. Luto Atlo. Gen. I-nto U. S. Marshall. J^EAIR & WATTS, ATTO R N EYS-AT-LAW, Tazkwelt. C. II., Va. Will practice their profession in nil the Court.; of Tasowell Cnunty. Ce.pt. Bluir will attend nil the Courts?both eountv and Circuit._ f, U. FDl/roK, S- M. U. COULL1NU, Iinto Circuit Judge, Conuty Judge, Wythovillo, Ya. Tazcwell O.H.Va. ?pULTON & COULELNO, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewei.l O. H., Va. Will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 November 1889

China has recently negotiated a loan in Hamburg of $10,000,000. The Celestials are surely getting modernised if not civ ilizcd. __ It will he a comfort to many timid per? sons to remember that deaths by lighting in this country average only about one iu a million of the imputation annually. In? vention will reduce this average, but can cot give entiie immunity. Tn a recent ease in Fngland where ex? perts in chlrography were called in to testify, a bank cashier knocked them out by exhibiting sixty-live checks signed by line man, and yet no two of the signa? tures were exactly like. It is doubtful if any man ever signed bis name twico ?like._ The Prince of Monaco is ready to Slop the gambling in bis principality if tin: great powers will guarantee hint un annual income of $100,000 and permit him to maintain his neutrality and inde? pendence. The Prince is willing to bu good, but he wants lo be paid for his morality. _ The Boston aud Maine Itailroad Com? pany bos instructed iu ticket a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 November 1889

the wonu anlj the response Oiio man has a message to deliver, I.ubors till ho give* his thought ? name. "When ten thousand dumb hearts throb anil quiver And leap toward hi- thought like flume to , flame. Like n eameo, clear-cut nml shining, Stands his message: graven deep, nnd j wrought Like intaglios, nrctho hearts divining All the truth and bsauty of his thought. | It is good when one man comes, thought giving. Though with feebly tongue or unskilled baud; It is better that somewhere are living All the thousand hearts that understand. ?lie.ssic Chandler, in Bel/ortVn Mayatine. UNCLE BRUNO. The widow Mauvaire had suffered ninny reverses of fortune. Her eldest sou. ?vho had been her only support, had ?^j'erished by shipwreck and left his four motherless children to her care. Tins misfortune had indefinitely postponed, if not entirely prevented the marriage of her daughter, besides cutting short the studies of her second son who was obliged lo come home and seek for work. Hut in the m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 November 1889

Clinch Valley New?. FRIDAY, - - ? NOV. 22, 1880. DU. M'(U'lliK\: TALK. A BlIILLI ist HeVIKW OK Tin: SoUTM? Hun P.VBT am' PllKSlSNT. IV. Munter MoGuiro,of Hichmowl, war president of Ihe Southern Hui;; ical uml Gynecological Association recently in session in Nashville, Tonn. Tue Evening Herald reports Dr. McGuire'u address nt length. Among other Illing? !i.1 said: "It may bc ?nid with truth Und iiniil ol Into I'm South lias 11*? L kept pace wilh tin; North in medical pro. gross nuil development. This Iris arisen (Vom :i variety of cause?. Prior to tin: luli: war slavery wus nulllgon istic io tho development of dense populations, rerlilo nreits wore 111011 opolised l>y the largo plmiter, und In generally occupied moro sptico tluiu his ngricultuiul needs required. II? believed iu wluit ho called 'plenty of elbow room.' He opposed lo outside inlriulcrs, und desired with or Ihc dcvclopuiciii <d' towns, nor lhn| growth of eities in Iiis rieiiiily, Ciiti eise Ulis pol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 November 1889

yv~-_ ?r'i. ??"T'v.i* ^Clinch Valley News. I LOCdL ?ND GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS. Tho first snow of tho season fell yesterday. The Virginia Legislature will eon veno Monday next. The new Cloaks for ladies have arrived at Sauuders' f See slight changes in the Clinch Valley railroad schedule. Woven Coisets for91 00 at Saun ders'. The best in the world. Come to think of it, -15.000 Demo? cratic majority ill Virginia is not bad. Circuit and County Court came Utgain in collioiou a.s lo time this week. Miss Kate A. Smytlio came, in on Wednesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Kelly. Ladies muffs at .70, SI 00 and 91.75. Call and see them at It. A. Sauudei'H'. Bauadcrs' hat department is what it should tic, full of the latest New York, styles. If you arc a buyer of children's shoes, look through that department of Sounder's store. There will be a general "getting i there'' of the Southwest Virginia railroads next year. Miss Jennie McCarthy, of Mis? souri, will spend the winter with friends in Taacwell...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 November 1889

M*D a Alt!. I >r .> vo l t'.iat tin s >M?i day ??? ? ? dead, ?r- Ii iii noltioiv t!i?0 ?uatry billon lornhtg; till v.:.:!.. I gpii}' -1 ?.?????M: 111? -ist g:v.? With iituiviSttg. ?'?ghcd Ural merry ?priii ; was r?i.tl to so. And doff ths v that did ? well com? her; Jut whilst I r.:.t;\ r-??? i ??? liv absMICA !?>--. Twits yuiinir'. mourned BceauA) tin .I-ifT.. lit- were killed Ry burning ,-:<(.. liv ncMvlwd liry early pokics; tat n'hl'st for l!iea I r' i"l nty linmL were tilled With r..,-s. ilalf hrokeiihenrtjl I hriraiM lb-end (1/ frienibhi|M tliau wliieh none i.nil once seemed nearer; lln! whilst I wejil l found a uewtr friend And dearer. Ami tlni- 1 learned . .;.| pleasures are es? tranged, Only tb.nl something belter may lie given: Until a! laid wo Ibid this earth exchanged Fur heaven. ? Elten Tharkeycttt/t /VeWrc. BLUEBERRIES. Debbie ami I wm-.' standing on Sunset Hork watching n forest Urc on the side of "Id Shauangunk. D...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 November 1889

THE WHISPERING COHN. nave yuu e'er walked at early morn Betfflo a Held of stately torn. Just wlillo the red sun drovd the rim Of ibis ruuml world, mist-wot and diruj Often have I, if hut to hvnr Mysterious whisperings far nud near. 'Tis just ut nature's waiting time, W'liilo hillsides yet are white with rime, And while the first lurk, risiug flings Dow-spray from offhii early wings, And now and then a faint sound tells Where cattle riseand shake their hells. "Hush," says the corn, "withdog and gun, 1 see a hunter hither run. Oh, trembling here, far inw ard hie; IJc close, oil, partridge, ilu not fly." The bunter lists. It seems to say: "No game is lurking new to-day.'' Sometimes the farmer conies to see. And iheu it says: ''Here's gold for thee. Which Kim ami air and sky and noil Have gathered to reward thy toil. Ten thousand sentinels in line Guard each gift for the J and thine." Or if some Dives walks for health. Worn out with care of useless wealth, si It whisper*: "Yon make gold...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 November 1889

An example, of tho depreciation of agricultural loud In Kurland was af? forded witliiu a fortnight whou a farm in Lincolnshire was offend for salo. Tho highest bid was $10. 500, although, the property coot $;52,500 eighteen yeats ngo, und n considerable sum liar since been expended in improvements The author of tho Spanish nulhoritic, of n pri/.c of $0000 for tho beat literary work, written in nuy of tho principal European languages, in celebration of Ihn fourth centenary of tho discovery of America is n stimu'.ui to literary cITort such in it rarely offered for internation? al competition. Somo American ought to take Him prize. Tho municipality of Paris recently gave a banquet to 15,000 pc pic. There wero 10,(100 provincial mayors, ind tho othor 8000 wore senators, deputies, town councillors and journal? ists. Tho provisions Included 000 gal? lons of soup, 125 of sauce, B610 pounds Offish, 8400 of hoof, 000 ducks, and 1200 :;e;sc. There were 1000 waiter! in.I 10 butlers. They serve...

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

Clinch Valley News, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Established in the Year I84S TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Singla Copy,.6 Cents By Mail postage paid, ono year... 81.50 ?By Mail, postage paid. 0 months... .73 Entered at tho Post Oflioo at Tuzowell C. II., us second class mutter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ~jT_? C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Tnze svolt count y and the Court of Appeals at Wythevillc. Collecting a specialty. 'Lauds for Bale and land titles examined. p. b. blair, .john o. WATT?. Lute Atto. Gen. Luto U. S. Marshall. JgLAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazlwell C. H., Va. Will practice their profession in nil *the Courts of Tuzowell Cnunty. Capt. Blair will attend all tho Courts?both couutv and Circuit. 1. H. FOI.TON, S- SI. D. COULLtNO, Lato Circuit Judge, County Judge, Wythcviilc, Va. Tazewoll CU-Va. pULTON & COULLINO, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice in tho Circuit Courts of Tazewell county, 8. 51...

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

The new United Suites postage Stomp nrc to be one-eighth smaller than tin present ones. Some one estimates that getting born costs the people of the United Stales $225.(10(1.0(1(1 annually; getting married, $300,000; gettiug buried, $70,000,000. Wyoming appears to be the only Ter ritory which is likely to conic into (In Union with woman suffrage as a part ol its organic law. It has been adopted as a part of the bill of rights of the pro? posed State. It is proposed to bring in a bill at the next session of the British Parliament to put a restraint on improvident marriages, the great proportion of such marriages being made by those under twontv-Uv? years of age. There was a time, and that not very long ago, when llboul one-third the British nrmy were Irishmen. It K other? wise now. The annual report lately is? sued by the Comuiandcr-iu-Chicf shows thai the ratio of Englishmen in the army is about ten to one compared with Irish? men. Emperor William, of Germany, i; 'nm<h di...

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

BUDGET OF FUN. ?UMOltOUS SKETCHES FllOM VAHIOUS SOURCES. *. Midnight Tragedy? The Covered Duii-Kor Timo to Settle?A Horrid Old Thine,, Etc., Etc. There's ubig blunderbuss at the window; There's a eat on the back-yard fence; There's u shot; there's a squall, A long caterwaul, ?And then?there is silence intense. ? h'us/u'iiyfoH Capital. t1iis covered dox. servant?"Boy wants to see you, >muni." .Mistress?"lias he got a bill in his ?hand?" Servant?"Mo. muni." Mistress?"Well, then he's got one m 'his pocket. Send lumaway."?Time. VOR time to bettle. Kdith Downes? "Xu, |>apn, i can ^lever accept Mr. Scads, lie is nearly twice my age." Old Mark Downes?"Humph! But he won't be, twenty years from now !" Kdith Downes- ??Then, papa, let him vwait the twenty years."?Tuck. ,\ iiohrii) oi.u Tins?. She (during the honeymoon)?"And 'whal would you do. dearest, if I should he torn from you by the cruel hand of death r" lie (naturally uuromantic, and after a pause, dining which he ...

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

l._?_L_ .... . . - -' - Clinch Valley News. Fill DAY, - - - DEC. C, 1889. " THE MESSAGE". Wo reluctantly surrender four or five columns of our space this morn ing to llio most prominent and im? portant pints of llio President's un s sago. Tlio full text of the wordy and windy effusion would till from twelve to tiftcou columns. It iu a weak pro? duction. In both stylo und I out tor it is far below tlio average murk of similar state papers. Compared with tlio uieur, cogent, masterly messages of President Cleveland it is as llio lit i'ul flare of the taper to tbe effulgence of the mid-day sun. His conserva? tive suggestions upon tariff reform show that he is not insensible lo the lesson of the Ohio und Iowa elec? tions. But the people cannot be do ceieved. They have time and again seen that Republican promises of reform in the tariff, whether in party platforms or presidential messngos, are sheer hypocritical prate. Hut the stiii"; of this message like that of the scorpion, is in its t...

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

IDlinch Valley News. FRIDAY, i : . DEcT?i^ 18SJ?. LOCAL AjYD (JEMER. LL NEWS BRIEFS. The Fifty fust COtlgress <? uiveil cd ?>n Monday lhs? New goods lire coming in every day nt Ii. YV. Pobsl'fl. Tbe new Cloaks for Indies have arrived at Sounders' 1 -Candies, nuts, foreign fruits?all nice and fresh at Pobst's. Woven Corsets for$l 00 at Saun-1 ders'. The best in tlie world. Watches in all grades at 11. U". Pobst's?from 50 to #05,00 Clocks of all kinds at it iV. Pobst's. Every one warranted. ^Ir. S. V. Kelly made n very plea ' emit (?) trip to Richmond last, week.! Ladies mull's at .75, $1.00 and ?1.75. Call anil see the ill at K. A.I fctaunderx'. The regular meet tug of the Y. M. C. A. will be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Saunders' lint department is what, it should lie, lull of the latest Mew York styles. Christinas is coming. You can see it arriving daily at Young & Kelly's stoic. Miss Lou llowen returned from her visit to th?.' Paris Expositi...

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

Throe thousand, three hundred and twelve miles of railway have been con? structed iu the Unite I States this year Mid of these 1:15:5 arc hi tho South. The news columns <>f the newspapers Sally contain paragraphs, one or several, concerning disasters and mining ships at sea. The roll of marine tlis?sWm* *W (all is a very serious one. An original genius writes to the new Vork IrorW that tho licking of |>ostag0 stamps can ho avoided by licking the upper right hand corner of an envelope, then place the stamp 011 the moist placa ami press it down with a blotter. The French arc now able lo put in the field SUVCII armies of a total strength of 1,300,000 men. equipped lor 11 prolonged campaign, and supported by un ample reserve. This is live linns the force that Kapolcon III. could muster in IH70. ?Marriage appears to he rapidly taking ,-aiik as a form of ptiiiishiiient, to bo or? dered by Knglish mngistmlc* like ? line or "fourteen days." A young man at Wo...

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

I WILL I?E wnHTHV OK IT. I may not reatl *.! b heights T seek. My untried ? trsi.gth may failure: Or. half way up the mountain peak, Fierce teatptsti may me. But though that ;>;;;??. 1 never gain, Herein lies comfort for uiy pain? I will be worthy of it. 1 mav not triunt;)'.! hi mcctes, Despite, tny carats' 1 may not grosi r > . t- titat blew The efforts of itty neighbor, But though my %? at 1 never 'i his thought shall always?well with mo ? 1 Ii: w< rthy of it. Tiu- g .1.1- i glory ?"* light May iitiVr fall ou my ???ay; l\iy path may ulwayslead tltrougj night, Ltko sonvj .i ?? ? ? i i.y-.v.vy. lltic ihouj : Iii' -'.- i ? ?.:? ?-. ;?..}? I min, ? Tilirj IK'S a ::ai t-'.vss .'??;.- .a this i .% ;r.. worthy of it. PITil AND POINT. i The carpenter a. .- ; never on', ol doors long. The fortune < <i war generally goct to the sutler.?/'?-.?{?. ? Be very ?low . > hit ke acauainlancc with it fas-., young mit". A skillful cook...

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

THE SH/\DOW-SELK. *A moruiug-tido tho traveler westward lK>und Bofore hin? mw h leugthonod shadow run. Atmx.ii it. shrinksU-nentliliiiiion thoRPumd; Unmarked, it rearward moves r.t s-t of son. A jiigglino, bhudow-iell tho youth pursue*, And questions with u fond nnd curious mind: This (hade the uuui iu prlmo subdues. JDut mellow age has cost it far behind. ?Edith :.t. Ttnma*. liOSEtS AND P IDA RLS. Susan Wiklo was in a deep nuandary. Her aunt. Mrs. Gladstone, was working no embroidery pattern at tbe opposite cad ol Ihc room. On a stand in front nf Susan lay a necklace cd pearls nnd a simple white rose. Thu rose und Iii? pearls wore each accompanied with a eapnrato note. Tin y had both been pre? sented to her l>y special messengers j within t)io last half hour. l)E.\n SrsAS: Will you wear tlii- rosooil vour boson this ovoiiiih:, If there Is any . room for hoi in lor ..no who lovos you truly | and devotedly? HkhryJov. j The second roan as follows: Dkm; Miss Wu.uk...

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