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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 3 January 1890

ft eiiiieh Valley News. L0C4L~AjYJ) GBJV&ItAL NE WS BRIEFS. e enter upon a iiow year and a Tfcmle. irti and Richlands, it.is eai d' e a $30.000 hotel each: Tho reputation ol Biistdif A Son's Snow Flake Hour is increasing every day. Mr. T. H. Wickkam, of the South wost Co., is up from Pocahontaa to? day. Misses Alice Ckapriiau ami Leola Alderuon spent the holidays in Balti? more; Mr. ilfttidolph Henry returned from Hampd6u Sydney college Borne days since. The Clinch Valley Bank houBod itb large s^fe ort Christmas ove by way of a celebration. Cap't. and Mifh J. C. Rawn came up from Blcklby's Mills aud spout ?oute days with friends. Mr. A. A. Christian, of the Puluski New?, was appointed to a secretary bhip in the Legislature. . The city fathers allowed the juven? iles to finish up tho supply of firo works oil Christinas <ttuf. Mrs. Rebecca Pcery, reliot of the late Hhrvey Poery, Esq., died yes -K^fay at an advanced ago. M??srs. L Frank & Co., the clo...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 3 January 1890

It pay* to have a pedigree. Horseflesh laoldHu three counties of Kentucky tlie ?^?f.QOO.OOO to the iaim i 1, '* ??? ' * '"? ?V, Emperor as lie grow u appearance more uuu j I Cossack.; colossal in iig nl?l, flat-nosed, and ouor hed and bearded. to the New York Tribunt the paupers of the Blockh y Almshousc, Philadelphia, can't" complain that their lives are monotonous. While tliey are sleeping the sleep of the pauper, largo and hungry rats nimble thrir toes, nml ?while they are partaking,'of their dinners, the resident physician and other officials cugnge in rat-shooting contests. According to a Krem h m-wsp.ipcr tho Germaus in Berlin, under the direction of the editor, Pnttl ilcnnig, arc about to install a museum devoted to Bismarck, and ?10111 is to contain only nrliclcs Which have been associated with the Prince, such as books, biographies, ucwspnpcr extracts relating In htm, photographs, busts, statues, autographs, caricatures, utensils and articles of loilet which have been used ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 3 January 1890

QUAINT AND CCBIOUS. Kigbt thousand pound* of leal or: iu ouo chunk were taken from the D? Giull mine at Ziueite, Mo., the othe day. John J. Zuillc, a noted anti-slavery man, who helped 119 tlnves to gain their liberty, is still living in New York City. South Afrienn fnrnicrs arc greatly an? noyed by baboon'. The i.uiiuals kill their sheep, rob their beehivei and teai down fruit tree*. John Unison, a mighty hutitcr, ol Pocalello, Idaho, ha* a deer's horn with 42 prong'. He killed the buc'.c on M.dd e Boise H vcr. Two mammoth wild turkeys wore rc cently shot in Groenbrior County, W. Vit. One weighed twenty-(our pounds und the other twenty. 'l\:e largest collection of coins in the world is in Vienna. They ore placed in the Public Cabinet of Ant!quitics, nnd number over 125,000. A benr cnci u itcrcd a locomotive ou the track near Cold Springt, Penn. He refused to yield the right of way nnd was killed. He wcigheJ 3JO pounds. The most ancient statu; yet discov? ered in Greece has been fou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 3 January 1890

ongcst distnuce over which tels bc maintained is uncertain! is n common daily occurrence, entlcmcn quite recently earned trscted conversation between S. U., and Omaha, a, distance miles. Thompson, in recent lee iu London on "Heredity,"' pointed out the route taken in the inheritance of consumption. Tlio disease follows the acx of the tirst. sufferer. Thus, if the mother is of n phthisical habit, the daughters are likely to inherit the tend? ency to phthisis iu a much more pro? nounced form than the sons. A Brooklyn girl, who is an heiress, but whose property is in care of a trust com? pany, applied to the President for money with which to buy a sealskin sacque. He refused, on the ground thai it was a luxury. The girl then applied to the Supreme Court through a lawyer for per? mission and it was granted, aud in less than two hours the young lady was wear? ing the best one she could lind. Manchester, England, is having a great ship canal constructed by a com? pany who employ 12,000 me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 January 1890

Clinch Valley News, Published Every Friday. Established In the Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: " Siugle Copy..5 Cents By Mail postage paid, ono yoar... $1.50 By Mail, postage paid. 0 months... .73 Entered at the PoBt Oflice at Tazewell ?C. H., as second class matter. FROFE SSIONAlT^AJRDS. cT^Zders?n^ ATTORNEYAT-LAW, Tazewell C. II. Va. Will practice in tho Court3 of Tazo woll county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythevillc. Collecting a specialty. Lauds for sale and land titles examined. o . s. ni.AIR, john a. watt?. Lato Atto. Gen. Lato u. s. Marshall. lair & "WATTS, b ATTOR NE YS-AT-LAW, Tazl.\vell C. II., Va. Will practice their profession in all r the Courts of Tazewell Cnunty. Capt. v Blair will attend ull the Courts?both aoiiutv and Circuit._ ?. n. fut.ton. s. m. b. cocllino, Late Circuit Judge, County Judge, Wythcville, Va. TazcwoU O.H-Va. JjUjLTON & COULLINO, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazlwell C. H., Va. Will practice in tho Circuit Courts of Tazowcll county. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 January 1890

^?Xn invontion which may revolutionize disclosing firearms consists in firing the cartridge by ..electricity. The Irish;members of the British Par? liament having completed their political :tour in Australia, which has yielded the sum of $100,000, have proceeded to New Zealand. * jgft, has ..been calculated i ha! if the d-(States cruiser Texas should be 'constructed according to the present de? sign, eho would lie sixteen inclu s further viSiuiffl?Srtiter than the plans contemplate, 7-HbsM-ifliaidering a great part of her aimor a uselei's b?rden. Ex-Lord-Mayor Whilchcnd, of London, is a clever man. He is the only English? man who was benefited by (he shah of Persia's recent visit. Whitchcad, who wns then Lord-Mayor, refused to give the Shah n banquet unless he was prom? ised ;i baronetcy, lie gave the entertain? ment and is now Usiroti Whitchead. "When the youthful ndcrof tin Chinese Empire was compelled to marry a cer? tain daughter of u high caste nobleman recently, ho kicked most...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 January 1890

MOT WITHOUT CARE. 'Yon may build yoa an elegant mansion And feueo it around with gold. Set it all with diamonds and rubies; You may keep out the wind and cold. You may banish from it- all intruders, Havp musk) and levity there; Yoti may shut out Discortl ami Knvy? But you cannot shut out Care. You may build you a lowly cottage, . , You may pnint it nil in white, T^TJiow vines and shade-treesAbout! it, Lot In ouly sunshine anil light; You may keep out tos envy and malice That wrinkle the faces vre- wahr, "You may keep Love iust.le, anil Content? ment? Hut you cannot keep out C'arj. You may ;ing with Mis voie j of nil .anu- '1, You may danea with a nuryVfect, 'You may laugh till your laughter makes music Kor every one that you meet; You may dance till vom- Coot seem i.vie.k UUff, t ;|. ., Till the roses lad? in your hair, 'You may dance till the world dies of envy ? But you cannot ilati-? 'iwny Cat*. "You may tsuile in tili fiuvof women Who envy your very life. A< juti hide...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 January 1890

Clinch Valley News.1 FRIDAY, ? - - JAN. 10, 1800. CRIMINAL KXl'KNHKS. Tho Virginia Legislature lins pass cd n resolution instructing n commit? tee to tako into consideration that part of the Auditor'; report relating lo public expenditures on account of I criminni prosecutions. Tbo roport of llio Auditor of I'ub- j lie Accounts shows Unit tbo total rov j enue that caiuo into tbe Slate Troas-; ury during tbc lust lineal year was j $2,759,991.33, and Unit fur tin- same year the criminal expenses returned1 to the counties and cities amounted to ?TS,??'.?.*!. Altouttoti is directed H> tliis enoi-' IIIOUB expenditure, for if is not only j largo but constantly growing. And cspoeiiliy ill view of the fact tint tliis burden was unequal in different j sections of the Stnto docs the subjucl j deserve attention. Tho Auditor's roport shows (hat for LS80 tho total tax imposed on property and pel sons and licenses in the Kighlh Congres? sional district wo? 9251,048.3 1, ami for the lus...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 January 1890

Hum i i in i ii Mg nr.fririTi'y"r-i-n i Clinch Valley News. F l???Y,- ? JAN. 10,18W. JU'.J.J1_I.-.'. .L...?_! 5EP LO?4L AND GEJVERAL WE ITS BRIEFS. Tho bargains of bargains for tile" tiffxt few days ard at Sauudeia'. Mr. A. A. Spot Is has bought a lot }in town ami will btiilil a residence. The \ojnit.itIon ol Btiston & Son's Snow FlalvU tlour is increasing every day i The McAdam work progresses rapidly on down toward tho west, end of Main street. Prof. Kreglou gathered in his pn p is and the Hi?li School began work again on Monday last. Messrs. I. Frank & Co., the cloth i'>rs, keep a full line of Hats, of good make and latest style. A trunk or valise wanted ? To be had at I. Prank & (7o's. Mr. W. H Stuart, who has been visiting ia town for several months, left for his home in West Va., Wed ncsiiay. Tho change of schoilulo on the Clinch Valley railroad will take Con? ductor Gardner lo Bluefield to live and Kelly will lose a good citizen....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 January 1890

THE SONO Two maidens reafl. together; All in th ? Autumn time, A little love-sick poem. Koine humble post's i-hym<*. One glanced It lightly over *'Oi:, wlmt n loVig-lorii w.viU' Oih> hid it iu tior bosom? i Bho understood its tnlo. Thorccame another Autumn: Uli! it was pawing strangu If any year departed Tlmt loft no solemn change. Tor Love, tin- tiroler hunter, In shooting night nutl day, And sonic of Iiis barbed arrow Arc sure to gii astray. Like some lost loot of Autumn. The little rhyme once m?r? Was blown unto Hi.slilons, Who read it as before. Hut she who called it love-lorn And laughed tho Innsli of youth*. Cried: -Oh, theswaot, swesl verses; They are ns ti n - .1- truth." 3n |mcts write forever, And when tie: son- i? Ming; To half tho heart thai bear It * It is mi unknow n tongue. Hut Pain, the great translator, follies hy nnd by nloilg And he interprets hilly The inooningoC thosoug. ?AV/.i IIVec/. c ll'/fco*. i PUT TO THE TEST. ?IV IIKI.KN KOIIIIKST CR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 January 1890

STRAY LETTERS. '?OYV IliliKGlBbB ADDRESSES AUK DECIPHERED. ? Experts Kinploycd nt All Large i'ost otliceM?Thousands ol' "Letters Sent to the Dead hotter Oflloe in Washlnirtoii Annually. . In . every largo postoRiee throughout i tlie country a picked forca of men is constantly employed in deciphering the intended meaning of illegibly, wrongly, and partially addressed letters; ami to this force are referred all loiters bearing addresses that cannot in- icad with facili? ty by the sorters ami employes in general. The men who compose this force arc known cither as "directory" or "blind readers." To the export reader of unin? telligible addresses, for such they seem, life is a continual perplexity ami tilled with scraps of worn envelopes bearing nearly undecipherable scrawls from which be is expected to unravel a |ierfect address. Just picture a high, old-fashioned desk covered with a mass of letters three ? or four inches high, tile strong rays of an ! electric light falling directly up...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 January 1890

All London is talking of Bornum and 'tis circus. His levees at the hotel have boon thronged, and Buffalo Bill is en? tirely forgotten. Tho very newest thing in djrop-a-nioKei machines in New York city sells two two cent stamps for a nickel. The stani|is aro separated hy a hit of wax paper to prevent theni from sticking. English statistics give a notable de? cease in their convict population during the last twenty years. The totid number of convicts under sentence of penal servi? tude was tj-105 in July; twenty years ??o it was 11,600. The salmon fisheries of British Colum? bia have been a source of great wealth to the province this year. The bark Tithares sailed for London recently from Victoria with 51,489 cases of salmon, valued at $300,000. Neil W. Price, author of several popular songs, including "Stick lo Your Mother, Tom," and "A Boy's Best Friend is His Mother," has died at Chattanooga, Tenn., iu the most abicct poverty, from tbo opium habit. Africa rcquin - 8,000,000 blanket...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 17 January 1890

The IiAkj of lifo by the recent floods io ?the Chinese provinces is placed at 100.-' 000. _______________ In South America one sees great field* thickly covered with oats, which have uot been sowu, but growing spon? taneously. A professional swindler who was sent recently to Bktckwell's Island, New York city, boasts of having been arrested fifty five tunes during the last nineteen years. Now that Brazil is a republic, perhaps her coffeo will have a liner flavor. Itio colTcc, an exchange alleges, made in North America is not as good as it might bo._' During 18S!) slightly over a hundred million dollars' worth of gold lets been j dug from the earth on the four con? tinents; the largest quantity came from Australia, California and South Africa, j The striking bakers in London have j succeeded in reducing their working day to ten hours and, as a result of this, the master bakers intend to add a half? penny to the price of the fourpenny loaf. j Here arc a few dates just now of pe? culiar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 17 January 1890

c~Thc late Congressman ?. B. Cox's doep Interest in letter carriers ia well remem? bered, and thoy propose erecting a hand sonio mouumcut over his grave. Euch carrier will be asked to subscribe $2 to? ward tho fuud. Oyster culture is attracting consider able attention in the South Atlantic States. Georgia and North Carolina have planted large oyster farms recently, and South Carolina, not to be left, is contemplating a plntit of -WOO acres if Winyah Hay. Cholera is said to have broken out in Persia, and the authorities by way of pre? venting the spread of the disease have forbidden the population Oil the Mcsso potamian frontier, under the severest penalties, to cat grapes and fruits, and have ordered them to eat fowls. Tho pay roll of officers and sailors in the United States navy this year will amount to nearly eight millions of dol? lars. Tin- feeding and clothing of tho men will cost another million and a half. What a bagatelle that is as compared with the value and importance of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 17 January 1890

Tho Lintlhof set. tfligh !ifloil on tho stand clifT Its lantern fronts the sea. And scudeth forth a lioe, traight ray Of dazzling light to me? A slender line 01" shlmmeriog shins Across night's mystery. It is ihe path set for my eyes To travel to the light And warm their darkness in the blaze. And bo made glad and bright. None other may cut eh j tut that ray, Or have the self-same sight. And yet, a bundled other oyes Iteiit on that central blaze, find each its separate, shining path, Its bye of guiding rays: And all eyes meet in concord street Ily all these diflcrim; ways. No voice shall say: "Tho bight is mine. All other eyes arc dim!" Nn baud the glory hold or hide Which streams to ocean's rim. None eiiitm or seize on; ray as bis More than belongs to him. 0 Light of Truth, which lightened! all, And idjjncth all abroad, Wltui lajforcd soul or sou's shall say, 'Mite*-* the only road.''' Each t:.sth Ins own, to him male known And nil lead up to tlod. ? (SftiMia CbofKttyf, in fudrtiew...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 17 January 1890

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Tho LARGEST COUNTY VAVKh j mb I ihl h i I in the State of Virginia. In? tended not only to be a local County pa j>or but also a representative of the en? tire Clinch Vulley'country. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advances) By mail, postage paid, one year. 0I.HO By mail. |h?stnge paid, nix mouths, -To Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tnfccwell C. II. (Va.) poHtolliee as second clas- matter. FRIDAY. - - - JAN. 17, iAflO. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE CON OERNING THE STATE DEBT. Tho Governor pent U> l>olb houses of the General Assembly S ?.tin day hist, the following message : To the General Ansetnhly : I bard the honor to transmit to you a letter fror.. Sir. John Luhbock, chairman of the Council ami Commit tee of Fon ign Bojdholders in Lou don, beating date December ?3,1880, ami addressed to the Governor of Virginia. Tho letter expresses Ihn hope that the Governor will take au rally opportunity t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 17 January 1890

CJlineh Valley News. FRIDAY* ... JAN. 17,18??. LOCAL '?ND GE^JS' ERAL NEWS BRIEFS. v. Tho Rich Valley Railroad Com puny lias beeil incorporated. The bargains of bargains for the /next few days are at Saiinders'. Note change in the published schedule of the Clinch Valley mil road. Messrs. I. Frank & Co., the cloth? iers, keep a lull Hue of Hats, of good make and latest style. The widow of ex-Governor Wynd ham Robertson died somewhat sud? denly ?t Abiugdou oil Sunday last. Miss Laura Lyons, who is teach? ing in Washington county, has been invited to a similar position in Johnson City, Tennessee. It. is au investment that will pay tho biggest interest you ever earn? ed?buying mail}' goods with little money while Saiinders' last oiler is open. The work of laying off and grad ing streets for the Graham Land Company is progressing and lots will be offered for sale perhaps in March. The Hon. Win. D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, culled the father of the Rouse of Represent;ilives by ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 17 January 1890

The t orn ino of the Kltlff. Thrice happy am I because f have welcomed a'Kingtgday - J Who has kept aloof from my buuiblo roo?t 'fii a king's imperious way! ? I have seen him oft in dreams, ? Vet bo never has pi ssed before 'SiJet With his robe of state ttirou^li my vint?l'ail I gate, 5f* And entered my open door! \ Tie has taken my life in thrall For a prlccless^scrvicc meet; He has come to stay, and I feel Iiis away While 1 sit at-his;rpyal foet. . And my heart is b'rjniintd" with jovi; To know that ? kinx like he. . Who whs born above, and whose name is Love, . . Should dwell in a bill with me! ? mntutfl II. Ilayne, "IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN." . Out in the November twilight, with the elms and o ikt making a crimson cm' py of autumnal folia ;e obovo her fair young forohctd, (ierty Dcane would havo m tdc a pretty subject, for an artist's'ketch as sha stool in her pale pink muslin dress, and her jetty, j silken hair'all blown ahci', ia tiio riot? ous autumn breeze. "()a, Robert !'*'the rr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 17 January 1890

BARNSTORMING. A Peculiar Incident in the Early Life of an Actor. Playing to an Audience Com? posed of One Family. Joseph Jefferson, the great actor, thus cicsciihcs in ilie Centura n curious inci? dent of his early carcc:: "Wo now en to-ed upon a cour c of the most priiui t vc iic:ing, going fiom town to town a id giving cutcilu nmeuls in the din? ing rooms of the hotels. As there were no papers published in these small villages, there were uo printing offices, consequently no hills; so flam? ing announcements of our arrival in a hohl handwriting were displayed in the tlireo important points of the town, viz.: the hotel, the pes'.oflicc and the botber-shop. It fed. to my duty, being an :.il.pt with the brush, to write, or lather paint the-c advertisements. The phiys were acted in costume, but with? out scenery or c irtuiu. The nightly receipts weic small?just about cuougb to got us from place to place. "Our objective point was the town of Liberty, Miss.; but there wa3 some dif flcul...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 17 January 1890

Moke thnn twenty-five tous of paper were uhoiI in printing tho ballots for tho recent election in Massachusetts. Ct'RTIs Nicholas, convicted of mur? in tho second degree at Trontou, Mo., ?was sentenced to niuoty-threo years ii) tho penitentiary. General Abner Dovbledav. i* ono of tho thrco surviving officers of the garrison of Fort Sumtor at tho tjtno of its tirst bombardment. WlLLlAU SfRAO oe, war Governor Ol Ithodo Island, nnd afterward United Slates Senator, is now living in i>ov erty. lie was once worth $10,01.10,000. A Gitocr.it in Jersey City has hoon complained of to tho County Hoard ol Health for selling sun burned potatoes. The complainant alleged that auch po tatoes arc poisonous. gen. Uoulaxoeil in London, re? ceived an offer from an American of it lucrative invitation to make a tour through Amorican cities, and ventilate his ideas on the French republic. some one suggests that New Mexico be called New Urouoda. As tho .ab? breviation <if this name wo...

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