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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 January 1890

By bond purchases since August, 1S87, more than $50,000,000 has been saved the country. United States Senator Frye says that he is convinced that the Pacific railroads caii eventually pay their debts to the Government in full. The annual report of the crops ol : Sovitii Carolina, for the past year, shows that Ihc com crop was 20.000,000 bushels, which is more by several millions ? thau for any year since the war. Some Missourians hung Johu Barnes in effigy aud t'nought they had the funnies! . sort of a lime, but he took them lo court for slander and made it cost every one ol them $100 or more, and their grins re scmblcd the gates of a graveyard as the hauded over the cash. The first statue erected in this coun? try to a workiugimill will soon he un? veiled in Sacramento, Cal. It is in honoi of E. J. Stevens, late Master Mechanic -of the Southern Pacific Railroad, whe bad for years been in charge of Immcnst railroad shops in Sacramento. The fundi for the monument were contributed CU ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 January 1890

F A woman in Missouri boasts thitf, slrsi lias been led to the altar ten time's. She ought to know her way 'now wittlOU* being led. _ P. T. Itanium lias made a sensation in England. He has been interviewed in railway carriages, at breakfast ami in bed. The London newspapers describe Iiis habits, costumes and record his movements. He is the biggest lion of the "grandest show on earth.' Swimming baths are becoming popular additions lo English schools. Tho school board contends that it is ?piite as impor? tant lor a hoy to learn to swim as for a girl to learii the nrl of cookery and claims thai the swimming bath adds to the comfort of the scholars anil assists in the work of eilncation. There it re 1,400,000,000 people on earth and all these, as some one compute.-, could he gathered in a Held ten miles square or in Hin square miles of territory and every last man of them reached from one telephone. Who, exclaims the De troit/'/<i Prcts, says the world is over populated whi n...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 January 1890

MY LOVE lly love's sweet eyes are blue, - My lOYe's fsir eyes nro true; Tbey gaze nt uto ,. Bo earnestly That all my soul is stirml. My love.'* dear voice is low. Ami like soft music's flow My pulses beat With joy complete, Rosjxinsivo to her wore My love's bravo heart is strong. And swift to answer wrong; ? tjo tender, too. That (trief doth sue For shelter 'ncath its wings. , My love's pun- thoughts ascend, As blossoms skyward tend; Tbey are for me, Unconsciously, The guides to nobler things. ?M. O. SicCMtuHd. "ZULEIKfVS BEEHIVES. BY I1K1.KN PtpUIKSTOKAVKs. ""I'apa, I really think you ought to I interfere,"' said SSulcika, her cheeks aflame, her'oyes full of wrathfttl lire. j '?I'apa, I do wish you would put Zttleika in her plac , once for nil!" spoke RirvumO'mt the rcgd. The Professor laid down his pen with a pdlysyltabled word yet unfinished, and siuhod a Boreaii sigh. "'?More tumble."" said he. "What is the inattei1' now?" , ''Aunl. I'auliiic has sent me a cherry- j colored cash...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 January 1890

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. " Tho LAR?1?8T"COUNTY PAPER published Iu tho Statu of Virginia. In tcuded not only to be II local county pa? per but also a representative of the en? tire Clinch Valley couutry. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid one year. SLfiO By mail, postage paid, six months, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tnzewell 0. II. (Va.) postollice ns second clus- matter. FRIDAY, - - - ?) AN. 24, IKiiO. LETTER IN N. Y. SIN FROM S<)UTIIWKST VIRGINIA. Whether by comparison or In- drj statistics, or by perusing the more attractive descriptions of recent vis itora aiul writers throughout tho (Smith, it can but be aoeii Hint the rapid growth of the "Southern States is almost phenomenal in its charac tcr. All over I lie South, not only at tlie most conspicuous points, where progress is to be generally looked for, but in sections of less notoriety, an advanca iu prosperity and import auce is being mad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 January 1890

Cllinch Valley News. LOCAL AjYD GEjVERA L jYE WS BRIEFS. AjMr. A. D. W. Wultotl if. right tin Tho cold wave struck Tnzcwell liuifl. Fur ? fine umbrella, call on I Frank & Co. Overcoats at reduced prices at I. Frank & Co.'a. Ladies, the trunk you want is at I. Ft unk & Co.'s. Ar P. Kelly. Esq., of the Nkws stall' is quite ill. For a nice cap or a Qu? hat, call at I. Krank A Co.'s. Oupt. Walton, contractor, was on the streets Wednesday. Jtlst received at I. Frank & Co.'s a lull line ol' valises. Mr. Calvin William? made n trip to Bristol last week. Major Henry returned from Rich ruoud Wednesday evening. For a Qrst class suit of clothes made to order, cull on I. Frank vt Co. ?Tames Harrison, Esq., of Sword's Creek. nrrWed iu the city several days ago. A^lide at Cedar Bluff delayed the CiiKthouud train several hours Wednesday. Mrs. Rees Doak arrived at Taxe well, her fittlite home, on the 5 p. in. train Tuesday. Mr. J. V. Kelly haa returne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 January 1890

NOT V ET. Tho child who plays amid the nodding grass? Tho wihl-tlower's home, the butterfly's denrbiiiint? " ~ Honrs in tho softly-scentisil.wind* that runs Echoes of voice* far uno sud wnicli chant, "Not yet." The youth who pores o'er many a ponderous book Till daylight ?parietal in the distant sky, Ureaming of fame with fond, enraptured look. Hears In their footsteps' ns tho years pass by, "Not yet." Tho old mail, whom kind death, with gentle hands, ?\ t"\^ - *~ Beckona to (fivjA lo^kl back jjorj alf Iii? years, IIa t hers their low poor ahcavcJ, and humbly stands For tho portal waiting ?tili he hen-. 0?;f T ^Xdb yhL'~ -Miirtjrtr"' 7?io?iii,-, ;? );,,trrr <Co}>\intiiio'.t. ACROSS THE HALL. j It nwrii double house, with n 'null anil stairway exactly in the centre, and rooms upon either silk Mis. Samson, when she rented it, cnthiislastically declared it must have been built for a hoarding, house, m> admirably did it suit th.it purpose, although the m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 January 1890

AN ALIEN GRAVE. Ho always hoped tlio native grass might blow And field flowers blossom on his quiot grave, Aud ancient murmuring elms above him wave, ;Aud orchard! drift Iiis eouch with summer mow. Twos sweet to think thut there his mortal frame Should sleep with kith and kin, mid mosses gray Blot out tho record of his little day, And hido the modest letters of bis name. Ho died a stranger in a diet ant land, Unwept and uubefrieuded and nloue; . Aud here, unmarked by sacred urn or stone, His dust lies, mingling with an alien strand. Bleep, friendless rlny, thy linnl hope denied, Nor let thy lonely couch disquiet thee; For thou, who wast tho man, urt spirit free, Ami where thou wilt thou mayest now abide. ?James Dueham, in the Independent. . PITH AND POINT. Has no redress?The man with but one suit of clothes. When a train is telescoped the passen gers are apt to see slurs. The raining favorite?A good um? brella that belongs to another man. A business engagement?Securing the matrimoni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 January 1890

Florida product's crocodiles aa woll as alligators, but tboy arc balder to capture, being nioro wary aud "chuck lull" of tiKht. Mr. James D. Brio, who has been Appointed Unitcil States Consul at Dunfernilii.o, is connuonly called "tho father oi tho telegraph." He person? ally handled the first President's mes? sage over sent across tho Alleghauio.J by wire._ PROBABLY the early race of mankind fr?re not much superior to othor ani? mal lifo, and in tho absenco of books and other implements woro entirely destitute of means except what nature furnished, yet they uo doubt lived a? happily as their posterity do. FOB twenty years past thcro has been an insurance company against burglaries llourishjng in London. Ac. cording to the regular rates you can insure the contents of your residenco, or the damage to it through burglary, or any special article you desiro. Farmer At.i r.N, of Pennsylvania, did not believe that his hired man kept a good watch on the stables, and so he disguised himself...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 31 January 1890

There is a great deal of wealth among ?the colored peoplo of Philadelphia, who -number about 35,000. One colored ?physician has a practice worth $30,000 a .year. _ It has been decided by the German ?Government to hand over tho defence of the coast with its harbors to tho navy, a practice that has for some time been car Tied out in France. It Oom I'eilrogcts Iris income of $450, ? 000 a year with reasonable regularity and takes good care of the $2,500,000 which was given to him iu cash, ho ? ought to be able to keep the wolf from the door for a while. It was the Prince ? of Wales wdio once said: "A gentleman who can't get along on ?100,001) (abou* ??$500,000') a 3'car is no manager." Mrs. It. I. P. Allen, a niece of Presi? dent Andrew Jackson, recently died at ? Seattle, Washington. She was nearly -eighty years of age and died from the ??effects of a foil. She was a great favor? ite of Prcssdcnt Jackson's and visited .him frequently, both in Tennessee and Washington. She was married ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 31 January 1890

2BOYS ARKTieVlttD FOR '?I'llU AHhIKIOAN NAVY. rise al' America, ?down with to bo the jrld. Ofti rlmige dura PTs 48.33 for the Rc women, and 40.77 arc^luugcrous even to full A Philadelphia!' thirty-five was .'iwth"' ,0 t"lc 'nsa,l? vfediiia K^mity was from Kuloska, r pupil entered u for the priesthood lie same life as the rpremises. The Cardi were aroused, and it Unit fthe pupil was a lady, slid that slie desired to become a '\ Cocoa-nut oii as a lubricant is a com? bing rival of petroleum, and it has been |^ul equally serviceable for lighting A Frenchman in the island of just established a fnctory for lure of this oil. He has itn nost perfect machinery, in ill r-f?B*M^ftfftni1"'' be as Scenes About t lie Academy Groumls Xho Ktructuro ?'AVIieeo Cadet* IjeaPii Seamanship ? U1U Vessels in the Ilusin. Not long ago the Secretaries ot Stale and Nayy took down to Annapolis, Md., the foreigners who arc now in Washing? ton as delegates to the Pan-American Congress and the international marit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 31 January 1890

LIcES JOU?N?V. / As ? speed put o* youtUs situriy statwn Tlift4rae/j teeuu toj&iov in th* light, Bui it suddenly sbooiw.pv ?:? ciutsais Or sinks in tu tunu.-is of uight. .And the hearts.t bat wore bravo in the morn ? ... ! ? ?? Ate filled with ropiuinv;. aud fear.-- . As they pause at th >l'ity of Sorrow ? Or.post.tbro'ythe \'alley of Tears, "Ihn the rortd" .>f tb'if |wi!":s journey . .jXhe Juiiol of the Master has mud.'; * With all its diacnmforUf aud dangers, We need nothosador afraid. tot Iis leading from U.;iit into darkness. Ways pluugiugfroui gloom to despair, | Wind out thro' the tunnels of miduight To fields that ar>i blooiujug aud fair., 'Tho' the rocks'ami the shadows Surround us, Tbo' we catch not one gleam of the day -Above us, fair cities af? laughing And dipping white,fOft in. some bay, Aud always, eternal,- forever. J3uwp over the lulls iu the wost, nie last tinal end of our journey, . There lies the Great Station of I'.-.s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 31 January 1890

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Tho LARGEST COUNTY PAPER published tu the State of Virginia! In? tended not only to be a local county pa ior but also a representative of the on iro Clinch Valley country. TERMS OK SU D8CRIPTIO NI (In Advance.) Hy mail, postage paid, one year. $1.30 lfv mail, postage paid, six months, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli- i cation. Entered at tho TaZewoll C. n. (Va.) j pbetolllce as second class matter._i FRIDAY^ - ? ? JAN. 31, 1890. Senator Daniel's oration ou the' laie Jefferson D-ivis was a mnsteily effort. It concludes as follows: It is gone. AH gone. Forever I gone. The Confederacy and its sons J in gray have vanished; and now at: last, hoary with yenrR, the Chicftnin rests, his body mingling with tho! ashes of the brave which once quick? ened with a country's holy passion. [ Hither lei that bo-ly bo borno by the old soldiers of the Confederacy. Hero in Richmond by the James, where wns his war home, where his child is buried, wher...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 31 January 1890

tilinch Valley News. fIIITJay; :;. i lAtr. 3i,T80?. local anDGEIn eral j\te ivs briefs. For a fine umbrella, ba? oil 1. Frank & Co. Overcoats at reduced prices at I. Frank & Co.'s. Ladies, the trunk you witlit is at I. Ft auk & Co.'s. For n nice cap or a duo hat, call at I. Frank &. Co.'s. Esq. Win. O. Yost- continues iu rather feeble health. Just received at I. Frank & Co.'s ?a full line of valises. For iv first class suit of clothes made to order, call nu 1. Frank & Co. La grippe lias at the present time a number of victims in town and comity. J. Harry Stuart* Esq., lias been acting Mayor in tho absence of Mr. G. W. Doak. Miss Mary Garnet, of Springville, was in town visiting friends the latter part of last week. Miss Laura Lyons has returned from Washington county and Mr. John Lyons from Kentucky. Peery Greever, son of Dr. C. W. Greever, is very ill ?I tho lio.ae of bis grandfather, W. W. Peery. ^ It is learn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 31 January 1890

?visn'r-' ' TitE \VEXvEn: ttfn ,ff ?-y v^/r I ricsi.lo thj.tRBh OX Ifto 1 ?Umd " ' And waten tl?> Inuy shuttle go: Tito threads ! hold within my hand Make ti]> the Oiling; strand on strand They slip my linger* through,-ttrjjJLsa, ^ This wet. of mine tills out a|K?C?*? : 5 ^ ^ 4 While I stand ever in my place. One time the woof is smooth und tine And colored with a sunny dye; H fl' Again the threads so roughly twine Anil wenTc so darkly lite! on line. My hi^r^ulssi-vijrf-Tue...- Then would-J Pain loo?fyos wrlir-liuR'm ?>ew-J \f IJitt thnt'?lns! T iMitiiot do. Some day the well will all be done, The shuttle quiet in its piace, 3 .from out.uiy,hold tl\u tju-ond^ljv.rn'i; \ Aiid friends nt's-rtting.bf'th-i Kim ? Will come to look upon my face. And sav: "Mistakes she made not few. Yet pore perchance as beat she,knew." - i ? V-m/ f'. Yhn\rtn,jta?'.'in MHrpr'nilerit: THE ESCAPED THIEF. sd of a spluudid record i ? 1c on his return, Neil I i umplv C?UTtiuTI K...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 31 January 1890

"BOYS WILL BE BOYS." "Boys will be toys."' W o r.s ? lit the olil sa. u?g, Currculwith men; Let it be heard, in excuse fcr ourstrayinj:, Never again! Durs Is a hope that is higher and clearer. Ours is a pur|>Os-? tar brighter uuil dearer, Ours is a name that should silence the jeer'er; We will btl men ' "Boys will be boys' is an unworthy dander; Boys wili be men! rhe spiritof Philip in young Alexander, Kindled again' As the veal's of our youth fly swiftly away, An brightens about us the light of life's day. As the glory of manbobj dawns on us, we say: We will bs men! "Boys will ba boys'" Yen, if boys may be pure Models formen: If their thoughts may be modest, their truth' fulness sure, Say it again' If boys will b? boy* i neb as boys ought to bo Boys full of sweei-mineled, light-hearted glee Let boys be boy.--, brave, loving and five, Till they are men! - ?" * ?Christian Union.. PITH AND POIiNT. Eternal vigilance in the price of an um? brella. The man who lives by his wit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 31 January 1890

USEFUL CROWS. Utilized in Omaha as Scavengers and Weather Prophets. Recognition of Their Services by the Authorities. An nrticlo hns been going the round? of the press regarding the great scav? engers of ,'Omnhn?tho crows.. The ar? ticle is correct, but it docs not tell onc hnlf of tho peculiarities of (ho situa? tion. The homo of tho craws, or to put it nvjrc correctly, their roost, is on "the island," a snndhat of'somo thirty or forty acres located about one mile north of tho city. It il cut off from tiid' river by a chnng.i in tho channel, nnd although on the west side of the river, it lies within tho Iqvva boundary. This 'Island is covered with n thick un? dergrowth and b/ willow and water birch trees of several years' growth. I lore the crows have been congregating lor a number of years past. Dining the daytime there are but few to be sren about the island, except a scattering con? tingent seemingly left behind lo net as sentinels, lint from sundown to sunriio there nie thousan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 February 1890

( | lost night, my darling, as you slept, j I thought I beard you sigh, ' And to your little crib I crept * 3 And watched a spaeo thereby; Then, bending down, 1 kissed your brow? For, oh! I love you so? You are too young to know it now, But sonic timo yon shall know. ?Some time, when, iu a darkened plao. Where others come to weep, Your eyes shall see n weary face Calm iu eternal sleep, The speechless lips, the wrinkled brow The patient smilo may show? You aro too ?young to know it now. But some time you shall know. Look backward, then, into the yean, And see me hero to-night? '.See, O my darling! how my tears Are falling us 1 write; And feel oneo more upon your brow The kiss of long ago? You are too young to know it now, But some lime you sunll know. ANNA'S RESCUE. BV SARAU P. BRIOHAU. When good old -Mrs. Mary Powell ?died, her property, which was au old fashioned, solitary house, and five thou? sand dollars in two banks, fell, by her will,to" her nephew, Joseph Powell. The young ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 February 1890

? There arc to-day 3847 youug men in 'our American colleges preparing to preach the Gospel iu every Innd uiuler the sun. The high cost of living at Washington is troubling Congressmen and may lead to a movement in favor of having Repre? sentatives' salaries increased to $10,000. It is believed iu India, China,'and Indo? China that a cobra that escapes an attack from a man will eventually revenge itself upon its assailant, whatever he may do or wherever he may go. A Spanish steamer brought to New York recently eighteen Portuguese wdio Were on their way to California, where they intend to make wine after Spanish methods. They were well sup? plied with money. The experiment of amalgamating the ' Indians with the surrounding population in Canada aud inducing them to adopt a settled life has been most successful in Ontario, and in all cases the tribes show an increase in numbers. There arc 124, ??S'.i Indians in the Dominion. ? A well-known London journalist, real? izing the fact that th...

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

BUDGET OF FUN. JHUMOItOUS SKETCHES PROS] VARIOUS SOURCES. A l-'air Athlet??Experience Tenches ?Sur prised Innocence?Not ?' Sure Sign?What She Probably Did, Elc. ."She could swing a sis-pound dumb-bell, She could fouce, and she. could box; . She could row upon tho river. She could clamber 'mong the rocks; - ? She could do some heavy bowling. And pluy tennis all day long: But she couldn't help her mother. " 'Causa sho wasn't very strong;" ?1'ack. ouuiit to pay Ills dbuts. Richbiood?"Look at me. Bickly, I :ncvcr paid n cent to a doctor in my life." Sickly?"You ought to be ashamed to '.boHsl of it, Richbiood. Why don't you pay your debts?"?Boston Herald. TKARS auo. "See that ragged fellow over there? Well, some years ago I saw liini in the :park in his own carriage." "You don't meant it?" "Yes; I do. Hp was a baby then and .'?his nurse was wheeling him."?Judge. kxpeiueni'e teaches. Her Old Man?"And could you sup- ? ..port my daughter, sir?" Her Lover?"1 have two strong arms." | Her Old ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 February 1890

BBSS_J - - Qliuch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVEKY FRIDAY. ~~Tho_ LARGEST COUNTY PAPER ' published in tho State of Virginia. In- j tended not i.nly to be (i local county pa? per but also a representative of the en? tire Clinch Valley country. TERMS OF ?I US( ? R1PTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. Si.50 By* mail, postage paid, six months. .?.*>; Advertising rates furnished Od nppli-1 cation. Entered nt the Taxetrell G. H. (Va.) poetoftice as Beeoud class matter._j FRIDAY. ? - - FEB. 7, 1890 RFl'KOil.VTION. The discussion of the question o' the revision of the fJoufessiun of Faith of the .l'resby lei inn church bus bceu awaking no little interest among ' Protestant people. Following are! extracts from speeches upon the sub ject by Dim. Crosby aud Van Dyke Dr. Crosby Faid : "When I examined the fouutlutiou ! of our faith for tho hundredth time, I found otto, nml only one, statement iu tho Confessioj which lo my mind is clearly nud diametrically opposed : to th...

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