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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 13 December 1889

Clinch Valley News, PUBLISHED EVEHY FllIDAY. Established in the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 'Single. Copy,.BConts By Mail postage paid, ono year... 81.50 ?By Mail, postage paid. C mouths... .73 Entered at the Post Office at Tazewell C. H., as second class matter. PROFESSIONALTtbARDS. IT. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II. Va. Will practice in tho Courts of Taze? wcll county and the Court of Appeals at Wytheville. Collecting a specialty. Lands for sale and hind titles exatuiued. tr. 8. BLAIlt, john a. wat75. Late Atto. Gen. I.ato U. S. Marshall. J?LA1U & WA ITS, ATTO R NE YS AT-L AW, Tazewell C. II-, Va. "Will practice their profession in all the Courts of Tnzowell Cnuuty. Capt. Blair will attend nil the Courts?both cotmtv and Circuit. I. n. ru;.[().?;. s- u. n. coui.i.ino. Late Circuitr.dge. County Judge, Wytheville. Ya. TazewoU O.H.Va. JfULTON & COULLINO, ATIORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice in tho Circuit Courts of Tazewell county. S. M. B. C...

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. — 13 December 1889

About five thousand Dakota Indian8 will become full Hedged citizens us soon as lands are t.llotted to tbcui in severally. An English syndicate has been given yptions on the cheese factories of New York State. As usual the operations of Uie syndicate arc conducted secretly. Large quantities of revolutionary docu? ments arc mysteriously circulated in St. Petersburg and throughout Russia. It is asserted that the Nihilist propaganda is Carried on with the assistance of higl' officials. _ Kansas claims lo have the finest cob lection of North American birds on exhibition in this country. In a room at the State capital buildiug ate 1628 birds handsomely mounted and placed in glass show ease.-. The collection is due to the labors of Colonel N. S. (loss. The prize offered by the New South (Vales Government for tho extermination of the rabbit pi st has been withdrawn. No new modes of extermination had been suggested. The rabbits ate also a ter? rible nuisance in Now Zealand, but are there kep...

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. — 13 December 1889

A LEGEN D. There ha* come to my mind n legend, n th'ug I had half forgot, Aud whether I nnd rcnil it or dreamed it, oh well, it matters not. It is said Unit in heaven, at twilight, u great bell softly swings And man may listen and bearken to tho wonderful mttsie that riugs. If ho put from Iii? heart's inner chamber nil the passion, pain ami strife, Heartache and weary longing that throb in the pulses of life? If he thrust from his soul nil hatred, nil thought*; of wicked things. He can hear in the holy twilight how the hell of the angels rings. And I think there lies in this legi ml, 'f wo open our eyes to lee, (Somewhat of an inner meaning, my Mead, to you and to me. Let us look iu our hearts and question, can pure thoughts enter in To a soul if it ho already the dwelling uf thoughts of sin! All, then, let us ponder a little?let us look iu our hearts and sec If the twilight hell of the angels could ring for us?you and me. . ?/l'c.si" < >.sOO-''ilC. I1UM01I ok Tin: day. Speaks...

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. — 13 December 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - - DKG. 13, lSS'J. JKFFHRSON DAVIS. Tiik Death or run Confederate Leaddr at New Orleans New Orleans, Deo. G.?Jefferson Davis, os president of the Southern Confederacy, died at tho residence of J. U. Payne, in l^cily, at 12:45 o'clock tins morning. Tho event was was not unexpected, and Mr D.ivis himself was fully prepared fur it,hav? ing insisted ever since tho beginning of ins illness, about ti month ago, that it would end fatally, lie was in his eighty second year. Four weeks ago, while traveling on a river steamer, ho caught cold, und his condition became so serious that his physician refused lo allow him to return to his homo in Mis-is sippi. Mrs. Davis was sent for and immediately joined her husband und remained with Li;n constantly to tin1 end. They were us devoted lo cueii other ns when in I heir younger days they eloped to ho married. For the hist three lays air. Davis lms been getting steadily belter and wus much improved the physicians thought...

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. — 13 December 1889

.Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, ?? DEC. l8,"l8S?.>. A Fact A/OllTK knowing- is that blood dls? ?' eases which nil other remedies fail are, yiold to Ayor's Sarsnpnrilliu ..^ Fresh cpnllruia* tion of IhLs state, uronl eoMlcs to hand daily. Even auch deep-seated ami stubborn com? plaints as Ulicu lliatlHIU, Rheuma. ;. A\ -".jV*"^*^ ?!?! Clout, ami tlio ? ' i\l.7>y>f like, are thorough ".If'iln 7,-;,Vsj| ly. eradicated by , f" ?.'?"f'?tr^?t!i llicuseoftliiswon* iv I'vT-'l dcrfttl alterative, A4 W ?? "vln? ' J ^Nr* V |,",l?1'- 110 NV,st c&iX/ "? l^utll street, Now *Vr York, corlTlloa :? " A Inert two years ago, alter suffering tor nearly two years from rheumatic bout, being able to walk only w ith great ?Jpeoinfort, ami having tried various remedies, ilieludillg iiiiueral waters, wiliiiml relief. I saw by an advertise iii uit in n Chlcego paper that a man hail been relieved of this distressing com? plaint, after lout! sunVrlllg, by taking Ayer's Sur luparlllu. I I lieu decided ...

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. — 13 December 1889

Arthur L. Thomas, the Uovtruor ol Utuh Territory, in his annual report to the Secretary of tho Interior estimates tho population of the Territory at 230, OU0, which is an incrc .se of nearly SU 0 0 sinco 1 80. During the hut nine years the foreign- horn population, num? bering In 1S80 about 80,811, has been incroas.-d by Mormon immigration by Hi, 001._ Although English anil American ex? cavating parties in Awyria It tvo bscn una tially hampered Ihit year by tho authorities, tho remit* of twelvemonths arc said to be cscco.liu^ly valuiblo. Almost the whole of B-innachorib's gloat palace at Konyunjik h:is now heca cleared out, including tho library ami claim hers, anil the insult i* that so:no 170) new tablet-, etc., havo boen sc- | cured for the British Museum. The i Americans wcro relatively iortunate so fur as finding things went, but Ihey got , into Iroublo with the Arabs nnd were obliged to sbanden the work nnd see'/ refuge in llugda.l. -! The qucst.ua of uniting the variom States...

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. — 13 December 1889

THE AMISH PEOPLE. Peculiarities of a Singular Coru nninity in Illinois. A Sect Organized Nearly Two Hundred Years Ago. A writer in the Chicago 7'r.bttne describes n peculiar religioui sect at Fcuu'a'u C.-cek, in Iroqiiois county, j 111., known as the Amish (pronounced Ommish) people. Tiic history ef this denomination goes back to 1C93, when it branched off from the Meunoaitei. It takes its name from Jacob Amman, the founder. Tho first ti) p.-urnnce of the real Amish in this country wa? in Monroe county, O., about lf-17. There are now con? gregations scattered over Ohio, New Yoik, Indiana and Illinois, with a few in Iowa and Kansas. This Amish settlement is a well-knit community, a world by itself. It is easy to sec that the church is its centre. The chinch represents society, rccrca. lion; there youth plans the future aud ^maternity displays her treasures; tho church is a court-house where quarrels and differences are adjusted, for tho Amish never go tj law; and where character is w...

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. — 13 December 1889

DSDER THE -WILLOWS. BY ALINK I'RlMlt03E. Down by tho tlcnr old mcivlow ?tren.ni. Whoro wo plnyd together undoi 'bo willow trees, firew sweet wllil flowers of rv<-rv boo, ?ontly brentbiug rich perfume on thu wandcriug breeze. Wo thought no plncc ?o bright nnd c<vy Ab Hint familial spot, when sunbeams could not lHH'P, And In-v bunt-rib's reclined On luxiirinnt Wils of ?rillt? clover - fact aslocp. The inochiliR birds from leafy realms. Trilled iwcotest uiolodlva from their illvor-lmoil throats. While we Hit OD tin" IllOSSy liBldc, (tendingacrosstbocrytnl strcniugay iictlu bents. l inier the pnle green willow trees, Where wo were freu as the birds, and pleasure* were life. You gare t<> ine the promise ;ru.> That in years to tome you would be my beanie wife. Ah! thesowcre balmy, tialeyon days. When we played legofiior by im- rippling stream, Dreaming the nappy hour.-, away, IdsU-nlng te the left iiulvorina notes el love's young drcatu. Dviuiasi, S. U. A NOVEL CO?liTSHli"....

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 20 December 1889

c Clinch Valley News, PUBLI8IIED EVEKY FlUDAY. Established In the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Singlo Copy,.:.5 Cents By Mail postage paid, ono yoar... 81-50 By Mail, postage paid. C months... .73 Entered at tho Post Oflico at Tazewell C. H., us second class matter. m ROFESSIONAL CARDS. ~JJ C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II. Va. "Will prnctico in tho Courts of Taze? well couuty ami the Court of Appeals at "Wytheville. Collecting " a specialty. Lands for sale and land titles examined. f. s. blair, john o. watts. Late Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. B LAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LA\Y, Tazewell C. H., Va. "Will practice their profession In all the Courts of Tazowell County. Cupt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both countv and Circuit._ s. U. K?I.TON, fi. m. U. COULI.1NO, Xiuto Circuit Judge, County Judge, Wythovillo, Ya. Tazowell U.H.Va. jpULTON & COULLING, ATTORNEY S - AT-L A"v|, Tazewell C. H., Va. "Will practice iu tho Circuit Courts of Tazowell county, B. M....

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. — 20 December 1889

It is stated by tbe Medical Record, "that tho United States Government has paid more money in the investigation ot the disease of hogs tlnin it has for all tho diseases affecting tho human nice. In addition to the National Bureau of Iiabor Statistics, it. is now proposed to establish a Bureau of Criminal Statistics, of a somewhat similar nature so far as tbe gathering of material is concerned. The greatest centre of industrial ac? tivity today is tho Argentine Republic of South America, where phenomenal growth?more rapid relatively than that of tho United States?is seemingly affect? ing the European financial market. The Detroit Journal recently headed its column of Michigan news with the following challenge: "Leap year is gone, yet can any one tell of a bona fide ease wherein a Michigan girl really proposed to a roan during the ycarf <!ive names, please; no gcnerali/atioas." The startling assertion is made in one of the opening pages ofn recent work on prison reform that "judgin...

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. — 20 December 1889

A Country School. Protty and pal* and tlrod She sits in bor stiff-backed chair, While the blazing summer sun ' Shines In on her soft brown hair, And tho tiny brook without; That she heart through tho open door, Hock? with its murmur cool Haid bench and dusty floor. It seems such an endless round? Grammar and A. B. <X Too blackboard and the sums. The stupid geography; When from teacher to little Jem Not one of them cares a straw '"Whether "John" is in any "ca*e," Or Kansas in Omaha. BuVJommie's bare, brown feet Are uebing to'wodo in the stream, 'Where the trout to hU luring bait Shall leap with a quick, bright gleam; And his teacher's bluo oyes stray To tho flowers on tho desk hard by, Till her thoughts hnvo followed her eyes With a unit-unconscious sigh. ?Her lioart outruns the clock As sho Rmolls tholr first sweet scent; .'Rut whon hnvo timo and heart Thoir measure in unison bent? 3For timo will hasto or lag, Like your shadow on tho grass. That lingers far behind, Or Hies when y...

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. — 20 December 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - - DUO. 20, 188!). ' JEFFERSON DAVIS. Tlio funoral of JetIWsoh Davis nnd tho observances that attended it throughout the South wore very noto worthy for the spirit manifested in thcjgjQ? There is no fear now that any vindictive political action can be taken agaiust tho South, and there is thus no reason of prudeuce why any Southerner should refrain from speaking his whole mind. Yet though cortaiuly tho proceedings denoted that tho Southerners were not in the least ashamed of tho course that they i or their lathers took a qunrtor of a century ago, there has not been, that We have observed, n single word ut tored of regret that their cause was lost or that the South was coerced into rejoining the Union it attempted to break. It would be difficult even for any person so fanatical as the late Governor Foraker or tlio late Mr. llolstcad to Und fault with tho temper display ed by the people of whut were once tho Confederate States.?N. Y. Times. THE CROXIN TR...

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. — 20 December 1889

Seil linch Valley lews. UEC. 11 1889. Why Cou(h, perry fL'ry it. sblo to W'HEN a tow dos na of Ayer's j l'cctorul will roliovo you I Koep it iotUo house. You aro h'arn a cough ,t any time, and tu other remedy is so e-etlvo this virld | r o u o w it ?i tl ] -imra tiutl. No hoi: .hold, with young el dren, Amanda B. . Mass., writes : should ho witiut It Scoies of 11 vk aro saved overy j-jir by its timely usu. .Tenner, Northampton, " Common grntilito im? pels uio to acknowledge tho grcniiono tltH I have derived (or my chililieifroni 'Thauso of Ay?r's liuisl excellent iierry Pectoral. I had lost two dear clldren 'from croup ami consumption, ail bud tho greatest fear of losing my oiy re? maining daughter and son, ns thofvvoro dvlieuto. Happily, I lind that bylving rVyor's Chorry 1'uetoral, on to first oinsof throat.or lung troubhjthpy be bad own sup As a licto was leen tears are relieved ironi danger, and n| eoniing robust, healthy childrun." "In tho winter of 18S5 I took cold which, in s...

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. — 20 December 1889

< irfi?Mi?;. ni An agitation among tho natives of In? dia in the province of Bengal is disturb ing Euglisli oflieinls. It is said to ho an outgrowth of tho Irish struggle for home rule, and may take the form of a general refusal to pay taxes to Kurland. The total area under cultivation in ?H>rn, wheat, rye and oats in tho United States lost year was about 1-10,000,000 Jicrcs, or nearly 210,000 square miles. This Is less than half the 322,000,000 acres of public lands which have not ImxD surveyed, much of which is well adapted to the cultivation of cereals. The New York Herald calculates that ?*u single year of failure in agricultural production would bring a famine the like of which has never been in the history of nil the centuries since civilization began ?ml yet wo have philosophers posing as statesmen who think all a fanner is good for is to east bis vote for the fa? vored political party." Tho North Gcrthnn Gazelle says that owing to the increased trallie on the rail? way...

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. — 20 December 1889

of Jlauratan leperii. dono by tho Board of II? Uta ?aim Islands, iu tho matte f of erits preise. Tho coqatry in to have joined in, 1 airt itk the efforts to cleuuBO tlio the result is that, thoi leper is hy any means eg ery suspected leper that [the nts can lay their hands put uuder medical surveillaijce, then; is no doubt of the p disease, tho unfortunate been at once segregated. pldees where lepers 'ill secrete themselves, but he w nnd fur between nnd [he secreting themselves by In tho two Kouns (he the Board of Health h urd to get together all lcpij-s. from the nuttiro of Between four or live in oast there, commences a th rest in whose recesses it is vty '* Once let a man know tlltt PtispYod leper and away he go i lull on him again becomes icia thing indeed. Again, did valley of Kulaluu alTo: o iuite a bund of lepers, wh Tdfficult to get at. Kululau i Iriit. The only access by la^l Icnkncck trail which few peoi (tempt. To reach it by sei utter, for a heavy surf brcq itiiiuously a...

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. — 20 December 1889

warthvs kiss. \Vhnn 1 went a-oourtln.' Marthy, 1 was poor is poor could be, But that didn't set hor ag'in me, For sbo had faith lu mo; fcbe know I had grit an' coura^ An' wasn't tho kind to shirk, An' sho was ready an' wlllin' To do hor share of work. 1 rcmombor our weddin' raorntn'. An' how sbo said to ma: "You'ro poornn' I'm poor, Robert;, ^That's easy enough <o see; Tbat is, as somo folks reckon; But our hearts ure rich in love, A?' wo two'll pull togetkor, An' trust in tho Lord above." Thon sho reached up nn' kissod mo, An' said, as sho did ttiis, ?ITinro's alwnys moro whoro that como from, An' tboro'a help sometimes in a kiss." 1 toll you what it Is, sir, 1 felt as strong ng'in, After that kiss sho givo mo, An' 1 jest laid out to win. An' I ilid it We've money a plenty, An' tho comforts it can givo; Wo'vo a home, nn' wo'vo goc oacli other, An' a ftiwmoro yours to live. "Whonovcr my hnnds got woary I'd think of thu woman at homo, An' Eomohow't woulii mako work easy! Au' Iii l...

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. — 3 January 1890

tt?lipch Yalley News, j ' Published Every Friday. Established In the Year I84B I . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 1 "Single Cppy,."....'..'..5 Cents 5y Mail postage paid, one year... S1.5? By M-?l, postage paid, 0 months... .73 g? ! Entered at the PoBt Oflico at Tnzowoll as Eecond class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, TazewexlC. H. Va. Will practice in tho Courts of Tazo Jwell county and the Court of Appeals at ftWytheville. Collecting a specialty. JOati-U for sale und land titlc3 examined. B john" o. watts. Lato U. S. Marshall. LAIR & WATTS, .8. si,a1r, M Late Atto. Gcu ATTO RNEYS-AT-L AW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice their profession in all Ltho Courts of Tazewcll Cnunty. Capt. JOlair will attend all the Courts?both ?w-iutv and Circuit._ poi.ton, 6. V, B. couu.IHO, ftto Circuit Judge, County Judgo, Wythcville, Yn. TazewoU O.H.Va. ffULTON & COULLINQ, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will prnctico in tho Circuit Courts of 7-iZ'iwnll county. 8. M. ...

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. — 3 January 1890

dovioss submit "Wnrino Conference' 'we board nstrutncut or invention whjcb ?would servo tbU purpose. The New Tork Herald wants to know if some in gcuiout scientist, seaman or mechanic tan not invent one. Snn Diego, Cal.,imiit have a precious Jot of otticin's, if the grand jury know what they arc tnlking about. The shcrill is charged with theft, tlio supervisor* with [ijjandcring over $103,003, and measures for their summary removal arc orde-oJ; the corouorba? been appropri? ating illegally eertoUVr fees; the chief jMvfc has .?beajit'blackinailir.t.' wor)f.f - '.^MHtid.Mcg:-^ spits) "~nls? charge^ the tnx collector is behind $8f. ccttlemcut with the county. In n judicial inquiry at Salt Lake C.ty into the nature of -a Mormon ouih, two witnesses testified flint when they took the oath that they were told that viola lion of it would bo punished by death. One witness saw n man's throat cut for revealing Mormon secrets. Tho oatlt provided that tho individual .subscribing to it should hi ...

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. — 3 January 1890

i -a Mil' Train l'unr? In. ! Iifoente eager faces near. iV'Ml Ii lidf-subducd cheer. ? nr.- :inl the curve the cars unsteady spin; Vlii'oiiup.iticit feet await K. r I he opening of the Kate, : Ilm stui.iu when the train comes in. I In- c is handshaking and kissing A ml Inquiries fir the missing, ^:id u searching here ami there for friends ? ir kin; There arc sad and tcatful sighs, A ml a waving of good-bys, \ (he I tat ton when the train oomes in. Then from out the baggage car, Oh, so careful, lest to jar, ffxuues a lout; and narrow hox amid the din. As 11.c mourners gather round, There's a sobbing, wailing sound, <\t the station when the train comes in. Then ihe ringing of the bell. And the whistle, clearly tell, Tiioy are ready a new journey to begin. For il brooks not to be late, There are other hearts that wait At the sintern when the train comes in. - !!?:,., I'. frXe'tl hi Family Album HUMOROUS. One can never tip a waiter so that he lotos bis balance. It is not unusual to s...

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. — 3 January 1890

?-.----?r.-rtl-. WT- ? JAN. 3, 1890, SWeat h of Weil ry W. Grndy, S?5i him lost ono of its bcHt flS^s and? most tiBefiil. citizens. Hprf it in not only tt State or ?ec ^onnl loss, it is a national calam? ity, for he was doing more than any one man toward tbo oblitera? tion of sectional feeling and mis? understanding. This gifted .son of Georgia wa.s only thirty-eight years of ago at the time of his death, and what he might have ac? complished in the timo usually al? lotted to a life can only be conjec? tured. Sixty thousand people at? tended his burial, an evidence of how he. was loved. The following are some of I he messages of condolence received : Now York, Doc. U3. Mm. Henry W. Grmly : . Accept Dae In mtf? lt^syn-pathy of one w 10 loved your husl>mi(l for what lie was und for all that hu has done for bin people and his' country. _". Bo nsAt/rod thnt every? where throughout the laud warm hrartK mourn witli you in your deep affliction nnd deplore the ions the natiou hssHiiHtniu...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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