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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 7 February 1890

Clinch Valley News. FlU??Yi . . .' FEB. 7, 1890. L?C?l'AjYD GENERAL <jYE WS BRIEFS. For a feiie umbrella, c'ali on I. Frank & Co. Overcoats at reduced prices at I. Y Frank & Co.'s. Ladies, the trunk you want is at I. Fiauk & Co.'s; Big Stone Gap and Blueficld have newspapers. * For a uice eap or a lino hat, call at I. Fi n nk cV Co.'s. Just received at I. Frillik & Co.'s a lull line ol valises. W. E. Bums, Ksq., ol" Russell, was in town during the week. The week past lias been marked by its dullness in business lines. The cruiser Baltimore will lie coaled from the Pucahontas mines A number of Wyiheville gentle men were iu town dining the week For a first class suit of clothes made to order, call ou 1. Frank & Co. Prof. Kregloe has returned to the High School from a trip to the Val ley. The Strug building is undergoing a course of paint and general reno vat ion. it' Dr. R. B. Gillespie is in Rich mniiit in the interest of his paper, the Tazuwell Index. The name...

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. — 7 February 1890

MOTHER'S CORNER. "Bockward nnd forward tho rocker goes, "Yfatting'the bnby to swcot rorio.se; < tJloso to tho cradle the iiiot'.;er?'ro'.<ri Lullaby, rock-a-by nursery tun?; Dreamily singing she patlontly tries Sleep tobring to the baby's oyes. Minute by minute the evening flit?, Ktill in the chair she drowsily sits, Soothing and rubbing the itching gums f Longing for shrubs- that never comes; Rocking tie- baby that fretful lies. Filling the room with its nervous cries. Weary with watching tile mother sings. Wooing the go.l wit.ii the leaden wings; Hotter and soft ?r th-- ditty grows, Now tb" littl? one's eyelids cloNj Sinking at lasl into dreamland deep, Mother and baby are lust asleep, ? /Vi Utulelu/iin Times. HLIGIITEl} MOPES. "Dark is the reason of reaping Tho Might of the pro:nise(lll y-ir; Denied the sweat solaejof weeping O'er sorrows toj deep for our tears! Reaping that <-lnir when we dare not. Even dream of the l ull ripened grain; ?Grieving o'er fair hope- that ar...

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. — 7 February 1890

AT LOW TIDE. BhintnK and even packed tb^nortlf^oud to fouUi KtretcU Uie rands. Tenderly, daintily smoothed by the touch of the outgoing tide; Boft ns a babe's toft hair set iu place by a mother's har.ds. Each tress of the latc-Jeft sea weed is struightcnod and spread out wide. Further, far otr are tho breaker*, a sudden emerald wall Lifted against the sky, and toppe<i vfitl? a flame-like foam; Joyous the white erect gleams, then crashing down to IU fall, Creamy and spent, it sobs itself back toitf ocean home. Wide are the pale blue skies that melt in the infinite cloud Where sea and sky are one on the far horizon's verge; But the lighthouse down at the point stands starkly, solid and proud. Its feet, in a baffling mist of breakers and ; sands nnd surge. On the wide, vague sc? of though' are sud- j den gleams of light Lifted high up to heaven, bright with a new hope's mil; As we watch they waver cud fall, nod notb ing is loft iu sight Hut the battling mist of doubt where fnitr ! m...

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. — 7 February 1890

?"? WTieit Our Bream.* Come) True. fcJTbcn our dreams come true at the dawn of life's tomorrow, The clouds of cure will never Hoat across our skies of blue. Tbe gracious sun of happiness shall banish every sorrow, And our hearts rejoico forever when our dreams come true. ? When our dreams come true and wo wake in the supernal, Where nil the things we fondly hope shall break upon our view, Then the roses and the lilies, in a comeli? ness eternal, Shall blossom alt about us when our dreams come true. ?Chicago Herald. Ihe Warrior's Gratitude. While 1 lived in the Indian country for upward of twclvo years, and en? countered tho red man daily, cither iu jieuc; or war, 1 ncvar considered him worth studying as a man. Iadecl, iu only one single iustnnco was I satiifietl that there was anything to study. 1 felt that he was to bo taken as a surly, brutal, inconsistent, and rovongoful chunk of humanity, an I ?117 search for fine sentiment was tints thrown away. This one instanco occurred durin...

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. — 14 February 1890

Clinch Yalley News, Published Every Friday. Established In tho Year 1845 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ? Single Copy,.G Cents: -By Mail postage paid, one year... ?1.50 ? By Mail, postage paid, 0 months... .75 Entered nt the Post Ofllco at Tuzowell ?C. H., usbccoihI class matter. PROFESSION Ali CARDS. h. C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II. Va. "Will practice in tho Courts of Tazo ?woll county and tho Court of Appeals at Wytheville. Collecting a specialty. 'Lauds for sale and land titles examined. V. b. blair. john o. waits. Lato Atto. Gen. Lnto U. S. Marshall. TXLAIR & WATTS, ATTO R NEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II., Va. Will practico their profession in all ? tho Courts of Tazewell Cnuuty. Ca.pt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both oouutv aud Circuit. sKurULTOX, s* m. d. coullino, 'Lin>.o Oircuii Judge, County Judge, Wytheville. Ya. Tazcwoll C.H.Va. pULTON & COULLINO, ATTORNEYS-AT-L AW, Tazewell 0. H., Va. Will practice in tho Circuit Courts of Tazewell county, S. M. 1). ...

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. — 14 February 1890

Census Superintendent Porter intends to procure n very full body of labor sta? tistics ia 1890.' "Whenever careful and trustworthy sta? tistic-, have been obtained, it has been found that mine male than female chil? dren have been born. In Great Britain the proportion for the last ten yens has been found to be 1011 males to UJU? fe? males. last returns of the central stalisti Ircau at Stockholm give the popu of Sweden at the end of 1SS8 as '8,2f>7. agaiust 4,717,180 at the end issc. The rural population amounted to 3,888,049, and the urban to 800,208, but tho latter i? increasing steadily. The number of males was 2,301,104, and of females, 2,417,163. The German colonial papers now ad? mit that the German Colonial Company for Southwest Africa arc u'oiug to sell a great part of their possessions to an English company. It is added that the negotiations are still going on with the knowledge of tho German Government. The territory ill question, it is said, will remain under Gcnnou pro...

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. — 14 February 1890

?"WELL-PAID PASTORS. ,;Large Salaries of Prominent New York Clergymen. The Financial Status of Their Various Parishes. The wealthiest single church orq.ini ^Zation on this file of Iho Atlantic it **he Triuity corporation of the P.otcst ?nnt Episcopal Caurou, New York city. :It embraces old Trinity, at the hoad of Wall street, und cig it parish c'iapels? ~S\ Paul's, St. John's, Trinity chapel, St. Angus! ino's, St. Cornolius's, Zion 'Church, Z on Chapo'. and Tr iiity ?Chureh, Morrisania. To support these ?churches there are amplo fun Is. The income of the co-p/wntioti is bstweon $750,000 and $S0), 000 a year. Yet this amount does not ndnpi de'.y repre? sent the corporation's capital. A huge portion of its inads were leased long ago, when property was not as vtlutblb at at jprcicut. Tito lenses were to run nioct .? miuo years. Whca they expire the in ?come of the Trinity corporation will be ? double what it is now. D.\ Morgnn Dix is the rector of old 'Trinity, and exercises a gcucrnl ...

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. — 14 February 1890

Clinch Valley News? PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. The LARGEST COUNTY PAKER published in the State of Virginia. Iii-1 tended not only to be n local county pa-1 per but also a representative of the en? tire Clinch Valley country. TERMS OF SUINSCRIPTION: (In Advance.I By mail, postage paid, one year. Sf.fiO By mail, postage paid, six nioutbs, ,70 I Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tax'well C. II. (Vu.) postofliec its yeeond class matter._ FRIDAY, - - ? FEtt I I, ?W>. TUE TAZEWELL NKWSI'AIMOK. j - I The Pocahoutus Headlight in look ing over the field sirys! '?With tho i biggest coal operation on earth ttt' Pocahoutus; a furnace und inuiitiftic titling to.vn nt Qrnhttui; iron ?nines nud brick yards at Tip Top; the county Heat tho loveliest location inj I he Southwest, as n rVHiduliCO town; ' the coal operations, rolling mill and' a little, of everything at Biclilanda and Cedar UlulV, Tazewell will be ere long the richest and n>o<t important.I county in the ...

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. — 14 February 1890

Clinch Valley News. F Mld?y! : - - FB?TTiTl???. ii "i irlwui .n, I, - r . l 0 C4 ITjlWb GBjy 'eral JVF \YS_BItIJSFa. . >Mi s. Euiilii Low id tisitittg frluikis Ir'.bwii. For a fine umbrella} tall o? I .Frank & Ob. Overcoats at reddtfed pi lees Ut 1. Frank & Co.'s. iimiii's, the trunk you \vaiit is at j I. Flunk & Co.'s. The Grady monument fund lias | rcitulirjd $83,000. For a nice cap or a fine hat, call at I. Frank A. Co.'s. dipt. Rann was up fr?n! Russell the lust Of the week, J'.ist received at I. Frank & Cd.'fi! a full lino of valises. Hon. litltj. W. Crockelt Caine Itl j hoHi Riehtlioud Tuesday evClllng. | The hill to allow wollten to prac? tice law was defeated iii the Sehnte. Fora firstclass stilt of ciotl!es| biadc to order, Call oti 1: Fhtiltt &\ Co. ThO SO til III dry null High School Itetfutl their second terms with good attendance. TU? Hew towns of Virginia, in tll? J Valley fttiu iu the Southwest, ni'c1 enjoying a happy boom seasoll. rV*<? Sena...

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. — 14 February 1890

At tho recent caithq inko festival in. Ch.rleston, S. C, a huadred thousand national fingt were displayed. Cardinal Lnyojcrie odimitoi that ?with 1030 good niou and $1,000,000 ho will be able tosupprois tho ontiro slave trade of Africa. -The city of Baltimore hits a Polish population of 15.000 sou's, nnd North Carolina is cad -avoring to got them te sctt'.o in tho State. There nre enough relict and cx'iibits of value storo l away imp icke 1 at Wash? ington to fill nnothor building of Ihr ?iz-2 of tho prcicnt Nltional museum. Between tho winter blizzards, tho Slimmer droughts and tho flinty souls of the usurers who hol 1 mortgng s on their la: ins, thoso poor fellows up in North Dakota are having a pretty hard tint' of it. _ Tasmania is a healthy country. Then aro only about a hundred thousand peo? ple in the colony, yet it boasts of inoro than six hundred octogenarians, of w hom half a dozen have completed thci' century. Milfoil Haven lies on the exlrcmo western point of England, an...

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. — 14 February 1890

In linppy Days. The Sumv.-t ui"on Mauds on the tea Her ?hinteiK rim's adrip; She gilds the sheaves <oi many a lea. The'??lH*t>n many a ship: Glitter, iwtet ipiceit, upon the spray, Ami i;limmer oil the Leather, Right lair ihy rays to show tlie way Where lovers walk together. The ted wheat rustics, and the vines Are purple fo the root, Anil true hoe, waiting patient, wius its blessed time of fruit; Lump of all lovers, lady moon, Light these clad li|s together. Which reap alone a harvest sown Long ere September weather. ?JMirin Arnold. HUM! KOUS. Of interca ?\ pawn ::cket. Food forthe blind ? Sea biscuit. Soolhing-svr.in manufacturers are paid conti leiuble Lush money. The avenge college oarsman is no chicken; uo, net when he it in his she 1. Crusty?1$; careful, waiter, youi thumb is ta the soup. Waiter?I don't niiud i', sir, I'm u,od to it. '1 will ton opp-ers with you,'' re? marked one s'.eer to another as they made for a couple of policemen. He (fondling her hand)?Your little...

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. — 14 February 1890

TALMA?E IN JOPPA. THE HOMES OF SEWING CHICLES. The Brooklyn Dlvliio P; caches on tho Nobility of D?ren?. ,> Text: "And all the widoics stood by hits, tceeping, and showing the coats and gar ?mails tchich Dorcas made while she wat with than."?Acts be, 3!>. Christians ot Joppa! Impressed as I am with your mosque, tbo first I ovor saw, am) stirred as I am with tho .fact that your bar Ivr.r once floated the great rafts ot Lobanou ce<tar from which tho temples at Jorusaleni were builded. Solomon's oxen drawing tin logs through this very town on tin wny to Jerusalem, nothing can mak? me forgot that this Joppa was tin birthplace of tho sowing society thai has blessed the poor of all succeeding ages in all lands The disasters to your town when Judas Maccabrcua set it oil flrc.aiul Napoleon bad flvo hundred prisoners massacred in ycur neighborhood, cannot make mo forgol , that 0110 of the most magnificent charities of the centuries was started In this seaport by Dorcas, a woman with...

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. — 21 February 1890

LIFE'S BETTER INFLUENCES. Better the song ami the smile, my dear, Better tho sung and the smile. Brief is tho tinio we may linger here. Little avails either sigh or tear; Better the song aud the smile, my dear, Better the song and the smile. Better the laugh nnd the jest, my dear, Better the laugh an I the jest. Bunshino of heart nnd of merry cheer, Chasing tbo shadows that oft appear; Better the laugh and the jest, my dear, Detter the laugh and tho jest. Heller the word that !? kind, my dear, Better tho word that's kind. .Speech that isorJ'J. and perchance sovcro Well may be sp?wOd as wo} lurney here; Better tho word that is kind, my dear, Hotter the word that N kind. [life's lap. a day at the b si. my denr, Lifi/s hut a day r.t the best. He your endeavor to brighten each year, Jlsktug less frequent the sigh and the tear; Lite's but :i day nt the best, my dear, Life's but a day at the best. ?.Wie York Pres?. A DENTAL TRAGEDY, Smallbore made no secret of the fact that he meant ''bus...

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. — 21 February 1890

I It is understood that the Maine, the big fiOOO-ton armored cruiser, and the first iron warship ever built Ht the Brooklyn Navy Yard, will he launched on July 4. It has been decided by Judge Thayer, ?f the United Stales district court at St. Louis, that it is unlawful to dun a man through the mails by means of a postal card._^^^^ The average age of members of tin. Federal House of UoprcsenUitives is not. more than forty years. It is a striking fact that our national legislators arc younger than were those of fifteen or twenty years ago. The first thing Explorer Stanley did rhen he reached the coast of Africa was ;o ask for files of newspapers for the past three years, Tho world's history for that period was a blank to hilU, and he will have to do some hard reading ill order le understand the situation. One method of preventing fires seems lo have been overlooked in tho discussion which has followed the disasters in Lynn, Boston and Minneapolis. It is the Fn ncll regulation which ma...

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. — 21 February 1890

~ BUDGET OF FUN ~ ? y.\itiovs-?oi'?cKs. ?x; ? ?' tpOt ? ?tht'l . ? ri ? xiic jCoi<i'my.\vtovn7Ht? ay-o? i?cft? ,A Con t ml in? Feat urr?Kuli ;ol" ?tr> tliuHiusm?.\ l'omilur IlcsUnj;.-. ; Place?I'cUnstrianisim, Ktc. "Blot* me, tailor!" HolTy cried: " You'vo made these trousers all foo vrlde! Tins "Wind blows way up the inside.1' Tllen replied tho tailor hold; . '* "For rri'o this day, too, seenieth cold; Yon know, your bill is lirowiiiiroM!" 11 I .. ,:>. f.i ? ? PacA'.j . VUt.h Ol- KNTHCSlASXI. ?>' Brown?"You show n good deal of boyish enthusiasm over your coming trip ; to Europe Why, you've crossed stvernl times before, haven't you'" 'Hobiuson?"Ye.s. but tliis is' my lirst trip without my wife."?TSpoch. ro.vi ttoI.l.NO PEATUrtE. Brown?"The facial features' plainly ? indicate; character and .disposition. ? li\ ['selecting your wife were you governed by. her ehiii?"* ' Jdbes?,cNo. but I have been ever Bricc'we married.'"?Omaha World. 1 !> i'M:/ ?'.??;? ?r^? ;. . PBDESTH...

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. — 21 February 1890

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVEUY FRIDAY. Tho LARGEST COUNTY PAPER published in the State of Virginia. In? tended not only to bo a local county pa? per but also n representative of the en? tire Clinch Vulloy country. TEEMS OF SUlisCUIITION: (In Advunce.) By mail, postage paid, one year, SI.50 By mail, pontage paid, bix months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on uppli-! cation. Entered nt tho Tazewell C. H. (Va.) ' poHtoflico as second class matter._ PKID?X - - - FEU. 21, 1890. The time allotted for the session of tho Virgiuia Legislature will soon expire and tho counlry has not yot beeil startled by any radical legii-lu tiou. This is perhaps well. The country least governed is best gov? erned. Tho State is moving along rapidly on tho lines of development and industry, and the Legislature has wisely refrained from partisan or political measures that could possibly disturb tbo present order of things iiuder which this development is progressing. Most bills passed have been of a loca...

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. — 21 February 1890

Clinch Valley News. ? ? ? l1 Hi DA V, - . . FEB. 31. 1800. LOC4L~AjYD oejsbral jYE ws BRIEFS. For a fltie umbrella, cull on I Flank & Co. Overcoat* at reduced prices nt I. Frank & Co.'s. Fine apple vinegar for sale nt Boston & Sou's. Ladies, lite trunk you wuut is at I. Fiauk & Co.'s. ? Nice TENDER beef for sale ut Huston & Sou's. For a nice cap or a One lint, call at I. Frank &, Co.'s. Just received at I. Frlltik & Co.'s a full line of valises. 'Machine made ice will have a goud show next summer. For a first class suit of clothes made to order, call ou I. Frank & Co. Corn is used in Kansas for fuel because it is as cheap as coal ami makes good dies. Tho general business of the coun? try is hulking up. Spring trade promises to bo active. '?Aunt'' Kliza Holly, a well known colored woman, died, Tuesday, from the effects of a cancer. ^ Dr. C. W. Groover retires from .the firm ofO. W. Greever & Co., to be succeeded by Maj. R. Brittain The Roanoko Mach...

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. — 21 February 1890

THE NEW DAY. Out from tho broken calyx of the night The now day merges with n slow surpris?. Aim like some new-winged thing with siurjMed eyes Rests on the*jjjpn?1i?tli er* takiHg V&nf- 7 Hut as her; rSm^iiulokeaaail xroir strong \ The purple mists are smitten from her face. Ami slowly knowing ?11 Its liBW-born grace The red pomegranate Hushes o'er it throng, Then up the cloudy wny in stutelBWtteJ? jrj 1 Thrusting the shadows hack (T^ith mystic band, She l ideth slowly through the waiting land. No thought of yesterday doth dim her oyos. For lo, thu new-bornday that rules the earth is not a resurrection, but a birth! ?J.i;y.?. Tillc.ii^n, //tt^rt-V ?"<?<??(/. THE b?TAIN'S STORY. We were oil our way from Hong Kong to.K.oouipiw oBjlhn coast j nu steamer Na piua,.! jybcu Unptain. S'.. my' "Ijilus Achates" of the voyage, looked at tho gathering clouds' to the westward and remarked: 4,1 hone it won't rain before we get into Atuby; we :ire just thirty miles nwr.y."' . ??Tlow <...

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. — 21 February 1890

THE WORLD'S FAIL A FEATURE WHICH WOULD BF OF VAIiUE AM) INTEREST. Tlio Relics of Prehistoric America? A Collect ion ol' Facsimiles of Templea, ltouutt Towers, and Aztec Remains, cf What could be more distinctive and appropriate as a feature of the World's Fair in 1S92 than a special section de? voted to "Prehistoric America?" This exhibit should show in detail and in fac? simile, as far us possible, specimensof the ancient dwellings, temples, mounds, and other structures erected on this continent nntoid years before its discovery-by Co? lumbus. Mnuy of these strange evi? dences of prehistoric America still exist iu various states of preservation. Almost all Americans know something of our mound builders' relics, the clitl dwellings, Central American temples nnd tho like, but few among all our millions have seen these structures aud fewer know their history or meaning. In the West many are familiar enough with the mouuds, which arc, however, rapidlr CLIFF DWELLINGS, disappearing unde...

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. — 21 February 1890

Pon'l Stand in tho Way. "The worM is too crowded," The grumbler deelnrej, "I don't liUe its labor, I don't like its cares." If you care not to work, sir, And much rather iduy, Why, do as you please. But don't stand in tlio way. Tho sowers are coming To put in the seed, This crmy is sea cely Knough lor our need; You can lend us a hand for an hour, or a day, Cr .-(and like a post, Ulli don't stand in the way. Life's summer and autumn They glide bn apace, And then the ({la I reapers Will fall, in o place. Uut if you have not labored, You can't expect pay; And the harvest Is tlr. irs. So don't stand in their way Keep moving, keep moving, There's good work for all Put a hand to the plough, Or go back to the Wall. The young men are comings And old men grown gray. The world needs them all: Friend, don't .'.laud in tho v.n\. ? TU liatiHcr. THE NEW MIRROR. nV KATE M. CLEAHY. "Say yes, love!" "Hut, my dear girl?" ??Now, Cuarlcy, don't be cro??t'' He was only a few month, married, lie was head...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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