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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 28 February 1890

SUCCESS. ? Bus im gaieup.life'.s slope, ns we gazo | In tlio luoru, cro the <lewdrop3 are dry, ' What a splendor hangs over those ways. What a glory gleams there in the sky. What pleasures seem waiting us high On the peak of that lieaute'ous slope, What ratnbow-hued colors of hope, As we gaze! As wo cltmll up t he hill, ns we cliniD, Our hearts, our illusions, are rent; . For I?'ate,>wlio is spouse of old Time, la jealous of youth and content. With brows that are brooding and boi She shadows our sunlight of gold. And thu way grows lonely and cold As we climb. As we toil en through trouble ami pain. There are hands that will shelterOUU feed; I But one- let us dare to attain, They will bruise our bare hearts till we bleed, Tis the worst of all crimes to succeed? Know this as ye leant on a crust, Kuow this, in the darkness ami dust, Ye who climb! As we stand on the height s of success, Lo! success seems ns hard as defeat. Through the lives we may succor and bless ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 28 February 1890

l" It la claimed that we import over ^1,500,000 worth of egg? annually. 'Claus SpfcckciVs new'sugar refinery re? cently opened for work iu Philadelphia r cost $3,000,000 and more. The population of Berlin is growing rapidly. It was in September that it passed the million nod n half limit, and | on October 26 the actual record stood at j 1,517,073 souls?5217 having been added iu a single week from October 1.9 to 20. _*_ One of the most remarkable manifes? tations of modern times is the alarm as to the possible spread of leprosy in civil? ized countries. This alarm lias begun to show itself iu England, more especially, and to some extent has been expressed by physicians of our own country. In the fifteen years from 1871 to 1SR9, the number of postolliccs increased from 34,300 to 5'.',000: the gross revenue doubled; the total pay increased from 85, 000,000 to $13,108,000; stamps issued from 032,0011,(100 to 1,081,980,840; the number of postal cards from 91,000,000 lo 386,808,600; moucy...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 28 February 1890

AN IDLE FANCY, I wit with my soul, idly weaving a rhyind As the fancy.came to nit; Anil I aoid: Sad soul, there cometh a time When the stars drop into the sea; IV hen they lio like gems From diadems In tho blue of the midnight sea. The daisy is just ns it was of old, And the sunflower turns to tho sea;] And there lies in tho west a laud of goftf When tho summcr'sday is done; But tho bud that blew In the morning dew At night is withered and gone. Anil what is lifo but a leaf that grows On the tip of an idlo spray? And beauty?what but a red. red roso That blossoms-for only a day." And the red that tii_>s: ,' The sweetest lip* Soonest turns to leaden gray Ah, soul so sad, tho riddle canst ?"UC?J | Why Uio rainbow after the rain .Our human eyes dot'.i a moment bless, '1'hen waneth and fadeth again? Why life doth seem But nn idle dream j Thai ends in a cry of jmin? j ?Of the tbiugs that are. my soul replied Hod knnwetb the how anil when; And the roses of June have only died Th...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 28 February 1890

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED KV ERY FRIDAY. Tho LARGEST COUNTY PAPER published in tho State of Virginia,. In? tended not only to ho si local county pa? per but also u representative of the en? tire Clinch Valley country. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (lu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. Sjt.GO By mail, postage paid, six iuouths, .??") Advertising rule.; furnished on nppli cation. Entered ut the TubcvcH C. II. (Vh.) pcetollice as second class m ilter. FRIDAY, - FJiU. 28, 1800. laVil?N? Til F. RAililiOAUS. The engineers of the 15, & (). nie ???vvnyjiig in Scott county. T^o>i^rmngf ni''iils for lutilding the Br^j^o^nuAEliwilietliton railroad arc Seville's city council granted p?r mission to the Atlantic und Danville nnd Danville und Enal Tennessee Railways to puss through the t-iij" by, tho river route. 'l Sonic excitement was caused in Rogersvillo last, week by n letter from the inniingOlllUIlt of the Bull inn-re iV Ohio railrontl ?tut i tig I hut limy wore ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 28 February 1890

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, . . . FEiiT?s. 189?. - a loom AJv'D general we ws briefs, For n riuo umbrella, call on I Frank & Co. I? the boom about to strike this ancient burg f OVereoats at reduced prices at I. Frank & Co.'s. L ulics, the trunk you want >is at I. Flunk ?Sc Co.'s. For a nice cap or a tiuu hat, call at I. Frank &, Co.'s. Just received at I. Frank & Co.'s a full lino of valises. Big Stone Cap's boom has assum cd enormous proportions. For a Hist class suit of clothes j made to order, call on 1. Frank & Co. Without mail since Monday, any outside news is of course, unattaiua bio. Rev. J. A. Leslie will preach in the Christian Church Sunday at 11 a in. ? Capt. B. A. Miller anil family have returned to Tazewell from Missis sip pi. Sensational reports reach here of a {treat wash out at Bra in we 11 anil vicinity. Key. M. W. Dnggett has pone to ^Tate's Springs, Tcnu., for the belie Iii of his health. Hacks...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 28 February 1890

BE OF GOOD CHEER. There never was a day so long It did not tanvo an ord; There never was a man so poor He did uoth'avo e friond; And when the long day finds an end It brings the time of rest. And he who tins one steadfast friend Should count himself a; blest. There never was a cloud that bid1 The sunlight nil from sight); There never ivus n life so sad It hnd not some delight. Perchance for us tho sun nt insf ? May break the dark cloud through, And life may hold a happiness That novel- yet it knew. Bo let's not bo discouraged, friend. When the shadows cross our way. Of trust and hope I've some to lend; So borrow from me, pray. Hood friends nr.- we. therefore not poor, Though worldly wealth we lack Behold, tho sun shines forth nt Inst, And drives the du rk clouds back! ?Elitn K. Iter/onl, i.i (AS Lnlyrr. MARK, THE CHORE BOY. I 'Tlotftcj ma am, will yeu give me something to cat? I hain't cat nothing 1 but grccu apples iin' wild onions, since day before yesterday, mi1 oh, ma'am, I'm I ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 28 February 1890

A VOYAGt TO SLUMBEnL^NC Bhe saileaway on the sea of dreams, Tliis littlo skipper with the eye of brown. As the firefly's torch in the twilight gleams. And the garish can goes dowu: Her bark float-, over the grimy town To Slumberliini! and its silvery sea; The spotless folds of her simulier gowu Are no whit fairer than she. There are nngel bird* in the warm, still air. And tho skipper laughs with her eyes of brown, As they siug to her old songs, sweet and rare, While her bars billows up und dowu; TIte> sing or a Prinos of high renown. And n Princess ever s<i young and fair; But where bl the PriltCMi had ever a crown Like the crown of Yet- soft brown hair? Cometh a atorm over the silver sea, ? That ebbs on th"! dreamer's laud, Aim! the angel birds fade out to tho lee Of this singulu.- slumber strand; is there u h?rbar by the angels planned. From all Storni?, whatever they be. From the wicked fairies of Slumberlauil And the waves in it s silvery ssaf ' Up, like a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 28 February 1890

( It is not generally known that th? naming of vesso's of tho unvy is regu? lated by luw. Vessels of the first clnss aro required to l>e named after Slalcsj those ol tho second after riven, those of tho third - after tho principal citios and towus, and those of the fourth as the I'rosidcut niny <lircet. King Alphonso, tho biby king ol Spain, has had a great ninny dignities since his birth. The latest one was his elevation to the scriou; function -f god. fatherhood. He promised and vowed ?by proxy, of course?in the namo of n youthful son of Ihe Uomlc and Cora tessc dc Morclln, to rcnounco those pomps and vanities which nro the best reason for the existence of thrones. The Canadian Government U said to bo nctua'lv undertaking the construc? tion of'tho ship-railroad to transport vessels over tho isthtnui between tho Gulf of St. Lnwrcuco aad the Day of Fltndy. It is not a very stupin dous enterprise, ni tho dis? tance .across is only about eleven miles and the grad...

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

IN THE EVENING. In the evening of our ,iny% When the first for stars ixbovo ? 'Glimmerdimmer, through the linza. Than the dewy eyes of love, ? Shall be mournfully revert To the vanished morns and Mays Of our youth, with hearts thnt uu.;t> In the evening of our days? . 11. Shall the hand that holds your own. Till the twain are thrilled iis now, Bo withheld, or colder grown? Shall my kiss upon your brow Falter from it* high estate? And, in nil forgetful ways. Shall we sit opart and wait? In the evening of on.- days? ill. Nay, my wife?my lifo!?the gloom Shall enfold ns velvctwiso, And my smile shall be the groom ur thogladnets of youreyes; Gently, goutly as tho dew Mingles with the darkening maze, t shall fall asleep with you? lu the evening of um; days. ?James Whilcor.tb Ifiley, iu Llppincolt. BURGLARS. TIV M A it Y KYI.K DALLAS. "Now. sec here," said Dcacou Parley to his two daughters, "things kinder looks as ef 1 wouldn't lie home to-night, and there's nil them contributi...

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

Berlin is lighted by electric lights that only "cost fifteen cents per night. In four years about 1-1,000 new manu? fncturitig and iniiitug enterprises have been organized in the South, and thou sands of old plants greatly enlarged. . ' A London journalist is proving himscll u wise father. He is educating his son to be a cook, as he finds that the culinary art pays better than the learned profes? sions. ___________ In 1842 what is now known as "in? fluenza" was kuowu then as "Tyler's yrip." Tyler was President,.(gf the ?.ilcd States, ami jiwt..*fterriUBtrvetoed u'-e "United states' 'T?il& <afeliv\ this e Ca'cmic sr.-cpt' $ WMW, am,! lU(vw c?TTcd ''Tyler^g^" ?-."ttI-TTS-=== The total eclipse of the sun recently w.as observed by the United States sci? entific expedition at St. Paul de Luanda, west const of Africa. Scveuty pictures were taken before and forty after totality. The sky was clear during the first part of the eclipse, but afterward obscured. The obser...

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

THE GREATER GRIEF. Tiie grjetor grief is still to know That though tho newer suuriso burn The sunrise past wiJ nj'er return; That morn, with rotes all ablow. Must loss its dew in noontide's slow. ? Shall love ne'er stay, but ever grow Into a past, and ever tuow Through chapleU fresh to souk that yearn The greater grief? ?O sweet the song in moouriso glow! The lingering till the moon hangs Iot-; The first faint signs ly whieh w? Icaru ' The night to day begins to tu n. Ah. these were sweet, di i wo ne'er know The greater grljC '. ?H. T.Svddvlh, in Jlarjte.'.r H eekt,;. ONE SII^EIBES. JIV MAUV K7l,fc UA?t.AC. Phcebc Mumford came down to break Tust one morning in very low 'spit it*. There scented no doubt that the' mort ?gagc would be foreelosed nt last. Her father's miuii failed more and more. Everything was forlorn and wretched. She had been gazing at a rose-colored ?picture of the past to whicit distance lent ?enchantment. She saw her buxom, ?comfortable, loving mother: her youug I ...

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

I'UlTfJlSIiED EVERY KRIDAY. The LAH(1E8T_COUNTY PAPER published in tho Stute of Virginia. In? tended not only to be n locul county piv pcr but ulso it representative of tho en? tire Clinch Valley country. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ono year, 81.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazcwull C. H. (Va.) pnstoilico as second class matter. FRIDAY, ? M?TtCH 7, IH90. THE FARMER'S CONDITION^ None arc so blind as those who do not sco tho grv.luul but certain or ganizution and concentration of tho great agricultural force of tbo conn try. None nro so deaf as tboso who fail to respond lo its earnest demands for that relief which bns beon too jong deferred. In a recent number of tho Forum, Air. \Y. A. PofFor gives some vory valuable and significant information concerning tho origin and progress of tho "farmers' dufeu sivo movement.'' Ho says that of tbo 4.500,000 farmers in the country at least 1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 March 1890

Clinch Valley News. local and general jYE WS briefs. For a fine umbrella, call ou I Frank & Co. Overcoats at reduced prices at I. Frank & Co.'6. L-ulies, tile trunk 3on want is at 1. Flunk Si Co.*?. For a nice cap or 11 Quo hat, cull at I. Frank A Co.'s. Just received at I. Frunk & Co.'s a full line of valises. For a first class suit of clothes made to order, call ou I. Frank ?!fc Co. Mr. Jno. Grcever, of Burks Gar den, has moved his family to the C. H. Mr. Caudill had a flno horse to run off and break one of his legs on Tuesday last. Mr. Bryant Havens, living near town, dropped dead on tho cars at Tip Top ou Monday evening last. Tho negro who escaped from the jail with Hogers lias been recaptur ed and returned to his old quarters. "It never raius but it pours." This can lie aptly applied to the Norfolk nod Western in the matter of accidents. Another smash up on the New River Division delayed traffic for 7 hours Wednesday, by which we were without...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 March 1890

?WB WANDER BA.GK TO HOME. The world's wide path, a shining war May open os^re go,' With pictureVsSinej and colors r.iv, From tii iiK- fancy'* How; But bs fi-oui way. oneo grand and cheer, There f/ucs each brilliant chronic, The eye/afnr through Rimy tear, < WillAvander back to home. ? When friendship* wean?once leal and true-? .yvl coldly glimmer where Tly skies have lost their deepest blue I'u bring chill shadows there, ? ,.H" glinting gleam of suushiue, then, ; Atliwarl the sullen gfoaut/ Will Hash bright rays from childhood irber Hearts wander hack to hon"'. k Th..' all the world should kindly groct \jSaeta footstep as wo -tray. And ,.trew.\witli garlands 'n >ath our feet, TKe path 'long life* highway': Yet win the moments brighter seem, \ Where'er we, rambling, roam, When |ok> ' " ?-leuinv die*-? ? ?-? . VtlTtt>..XH K VA'n'?me. r-Oeean. Bosieged By Mutineers. 1 war at Sultnnpoor, in the presidency of llctlgal, when the terrible Indian ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 March 1890

BUDGET OF FUN. UUMOHOUS SKETCHES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. A Parent's Advice?Had All He Want ed-Hc Was Not Sure?HadG- t Her t'ouKent?A Naturr Conclusion. Etc ot7, JohD, my son, before you go Take this advice to heart: Don't try to show off what you know So folks may thiuk you're smart. Although the world in like a school, Where those who study rise, Remember that the silent fool Is oft considered wise. ?Boston Courier. 11 AD ALI. UK WASTED, Jinks (solicitously)?"Blinks, stop a moment. That's a fearful cold you have. Are you taking anything for it!" Blinks (Hurrying on)?"Not in the shape of advice, Kiljordan." AN UNfiRATKKUI. COMPARISON. Lord DulTorly (on his first visit to New York)?"Who is that distinguished looking man we just, passed} Why, he has the bearing of a Duke!" Mr. Fourhundrcd?" 'Rh! Don't let him hear you I That's a captain of police!"?Puck. A NATURAL lONCIXSlOX. Ufr. llardup? "Why don't you pay more attention to the cooking. You know you can do first-rate cooking when you ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 March 1890

Ja announced that tho oolored p>o? jla who twouty-flvo yean ipw possess $20,000,000 Df the ?undry, ^000 to Sir owu ESr?cterUtio 9P fncrcnso but slowly in Tuimbors, but tb'jro wi ro fewer births in tho country in 18S8, thna in any V?ur during tho century. It is said that tho Hawaiian Govern? ment has cngagod Dr. Lutz, an eminent authority on skin diseases, to make a stuly of leprosy, with tho object of teeing if n euro can be effected. Fires started by Indians iu tho Cana? dian Northwott arc said to havo cirisod the destruction since 18S2 of $100,000, 000 worth of lumber, and the lois to the, government on timber dues of $3, 000,00f. _ There i.re three Hint in Catholic and eight Protestant missions in the Congo territory, Africa. They support 28 stations and 515 missionaries. Tho Prot? estant missions nro supported by Amer? icans, Britiih and Swedes. A pauper Immigrant named Mary Devenaux recently gnvo birth to a child upon her arrival at Castle Garden, N :w Yolk city. Sec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 March 1890

Thirty German sculptors aro working hard on thirty new monuments to Ein peror William I. The New York Sun points out that four old men?Gladstone, Bismarck, Crispi and Loo XIII.?are playing lead? ing parts on the world's stage, and that their disappearance therefrom this year would make a big cliffcrencc. The consumption of food per head in Victoria is in excess of thnt iu America and Europe, and yet the climate of Aus? tralia requires that n man should eat less. The increase of hepatic and nervous dis? eases in Australia is thought to be duo largely to the amount of meat consumed by its inhabit;.ii.:-:. Thus it seems that the cheapness of food has its cons ns wcl V its pros. In 1780 there were iu Europe 37,000, ?00 Protestants, 10,000,000 of the Greek Church and 80,000,000 Roman Catholics. In 1886 there were 60,000,000 Protes? tants, 83,000,000 of the Greek Church and 154,000,000 Itomnn Catholics. So thnt while the Catholics increased by less than twice their former number, and the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 March 1890

Hill Invested $100,000,000 in' fay construction tlnringj States was about 50001 aiigrntion into tbis country! reusing. Tlie number oft, Si Jnuuary to October wad ngninst 00,000 for tboj the previous year ami 100,000 ich cost this country $7, 5 Treasury in twenty' ^a,S()0,(J??jj<as5tibf the; amount nn f.rr;ft6?>r?00 may be set down as clear profit. JPj^j^gg, ? School boya-g?era?y;Bjmpathizp with] one of their numi3ei??wrif/',lB'fiubjectc<l to the teacher's roil, but in a school at Marysrillc, Cab, the other day, a lad \indcrgoiiig punishment struck the teacher, a woman, when the other boys, pgBjnjc.d upon him and gave him a severe ?tinging. _ ^? rbototbmam ;'h;\.s . brokeu out four uXB?lJA ?v.Wj.r,,,} d?rjtlg tin- present ci u rTO#fco lost? ihcln*? 3847, when 2M>, ^^rj-ff: ZT&ifTl Y' Cee?J\.V?;I : 000 p^na Jtyingjti. London wen: i.:-. tacked and 173D...d?njhR were attributed to its presence during six months. It is further recor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 March 1890

ECHO SONG. Who can sny where Echo dwells! In toura mountain cave inethinki. Where tho white owl sits und blinksj Or in deep sequestered dells. Where the fox-glove hangs its bolls. Echo dwells. Kcho! Echol li. riinntom of the crystal air! Daughter of sweet mystery! Here is one has need of thee; Lead him to thy leeret lair, .Myrtle brings he for thy hair: Hear his prayer, Kcho: Echo III. Kein), lift thy drowsy b 'an, Ami repeat cash channe l word Thou must needs have overheard Yestere'en ere, rosy-red, Daphne down the valley lied Words unsaid, Echo! Kcho! ' IV. Ilreatle' the vows she sin. -- .1 -nies! sli.' hath broken ever}' vow; What she would she would not uow: Thou durst hear her perjurra*. Whisper, whilst I shut my eyes, Those sweet lies, Echo! Kcho! ?Thomm Aldrich, in Atlantic Monthly. in the SSeSS cae. a MKSSKXOISU'm auvkntuhk8. Eveil ill these days of peace, with 'every money handler armed for defence, and surrounded by every safeguard, banks are "touched,'' stages held up, ?e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 March 1890

liiieh Valley News. ^UBLI.SUED EVERY FRIDAY. LARGEST OOUNTY PAFER ?in the Stale of Virginia. In ; only to be u local county pa _ n> a reprcsenfiitive of tbo cu tire Clinch Valley uouutry. ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iu Advance.) By mail, pi-Mage paid, one year. 81.50 By mail. postage paid: six mouths, .70 verlising rates furnished ou appli w tared at the Ta/.ewell C. II. (Va.) bfHeo ns second class matter. AX,- - WABCH l-l, ?w? THE KAOE PROBLEM!. In his speech nt the banquet of tho i Atlanta. (4a., Chamber of Commerce' Ia8,t Thursday evening, Governor | ?John B. Gordon made tho following reforenco to the race problem : "Seriously, gentlemen, wo earnest l}- iuvitc you to make your own per? sona) inspection of Ibis section nud of its ' people. We think you will Hud a country of marvelous possi bilitit-u, and a pcoplo who, if it be' truo in polities as in religion, that' the highest good conies through the^ greatest tribulation, ought by this I time to be entirely Biiblimcuted...

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