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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 14 March 1890

Clinch Valley News. F^I?XyI" - MA UGH U. lSUO. L 00dL ?ND GE.\' ERA L NE WS BRIEFS. For a finu umbrella; call tin I Frank & Co. Overcoats at reduced prices at I. Frank & CO's. Indies; the trittlk you want is nt I. Ft auk & Co.?. For a nice cup or it fine hat, call ut I. Fruuk A Co.'s. Just received at I. Frank & Co.'? n full lino of valises. For a first class suit of clot lies made to order, call on 1. Frank & Co. If tho wheat is not yet jointed in the stem there is hope of a harvest, so say the fanners. Mr. R. A, Suunders has returned from New York and is pregnant with a stock of dry goods. The Valley has entered upon a spirited rivalry with the Southwest iu its industrial dc volopment. Hon. J. W. Orr has been elected county judge of Lee, and \V. T. Mil ler county judge of Wise by the Legislature. Au entertainment will be given by the King's Daughters at the High School building on Friday evening next. It is absolutely esflcutial to the ?~futuro prosperity of Tn...

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 March 1890

GOOD OLD - l~A.SHIOI?ED FOLKS. ! people of to-Jay ain't as they be, I I'm protty sure they're not tho | o me. ey'rc many just as good as thos> , to know, res and scores among them that ? jhly so and so. always take n man esactly us be ?safe to take him just the other 'instead. It does niy henrt just hits of good to meot | oneo in u while Some of those good okl-fash lotted folks so ,.-^_licnrlvout of style. I wouldn't say the world in honesty is slipping back, I wouldn't say thut Christian* hunting grace ; have lost I he (rack, I wouldn't nay that men to-day are less tho friends of truth. Because they seem to differ from the ones 1 know in youth. Those statement* 1 refuse to make, hut this I f reely my, These |teople please me quite ns well as those I mee t to day. Their le-urt- and hands were honest, and their lives held little guile, Di l those old-fashioned |?-o|ile now so nearly out of style. We're wiser than they used to lie, we m y lie j weaker, too, Ami good old homespun ho...

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 March 1890

AN OCEAN HARVEST. ! ?ATUKRIKG SKA-WEEO ON TUB Ii KIT! Sil COAST. An Occupation in AVIilch Thousands ol" People Arc Kukuk***'?Uum iiiK fie Weed Into Kelp ? Its Commercial Uses. By far t'.ic lnrger portion of the sea-weed harvest along the coasts of Scotland, Ire laud and adjoining islands comes ashore in the early spring and iu the late fall. The fall harvest, together with that which "winter adds, is suffered in most localities to lie untouched on the beach until it has been carried out to sea again and lost forever. It is only the spring crop which receives special care. Thousands ot women and children, and a small sprin? kling of men, may be seen Hocking to the beach during the month of May, armed with rakes and wheelbarrows, or driving low carts, whose wheels are made broad enough to prevent their sinking in the Band. The wet weeds lire raked iuto piles, and carried either by barrow or eart to a conveniently safe distance from the water's edge. Usually a sheltered nook is chosen,...

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 March 1890

After tho Storni Tho wilutst Istorm must upend its force, ? Tin: bafjled winds pause with a moan, JfTorsanshiui? struggling through tho mist .'C^ispyt^e'tired earth in shining rone. 80 stormy grief will robofligbt The soul that prays for morning's down. Through black despair in deepest night, Till hope, and loro, and lifo seem gone. *Tla then the morning's golden splendor Dispels the gloom, illumes the way, Whilst dreamy voices, low and tender, WhisiMir, sad heart, behold a perfect day! ?Chicago Journal. ;tt)lTY'S ADVENTURE, Xwai quito young when I wont out LaTsorvico?only sixteen?and I was quite frightened at the idea of going Aarnoug tho grand folks; but father ha 1 FnOb loft much, except deb'.s and mort? gage?, when ho died, and mother was fooblo, and there wcic nil tho little childron to bo taken caro of; and Noighbor Ford told mo that they ?wanted a parlor-maid at tho court. '?Tlnro ain't so much to do,'" said Farmer Ford, "and twelve dollnri a month." ''But a servant I" said m...

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 March 1890

Now York last rear spent $17,000,000 ?on hor public schools, hiring 31.087 teachers to instruct 1,803,6G7 pupils. A table, made up at Boston, shows ?that the grand total of money embezzled from corporations, private firms and tho Uuited States Government during tho year 1889 was $8,562,753. Some call it a trust and others a strike, but the fact is the physicians at Findlay. ?Ohio, held a consultation and advanced tho price of visits to $1.50. Great in? dignation prevailed, as la grippe had just reached the town. ? deports from southern Russia indicate, -that we arc not the ouly ones wdto havti ?been experiencing an exceptional winter. ?.There bus been no snow at all, and it is feared that there will be no wdicat crop, owing to the fact that tho frost siuks deep? ly into the ground. This is nu economical year. There is me less syllable iu cightceu-uincty than ?there was in eightccu-eighty-uiue, and 1890 is much cusicr to write than 18S9. -These fractions of time, ink and breath, When...

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 March 1890

CAPITAL. 2TTK FEATURES iNTJXOl'Iji;. fat Home?Oriental -UrevK of tbo Classes?Odd Street Scenes. [i-8lavcry Society of Great |rganizing an armed cxpedi |Fon to prfoeed to Lake Tanganyika, in ^Central j/ricn. The object is to police the lake pd prcve^^thc pnssagc of slave caravans The country to the west of Tnnganfka has for years been the chief Bourcgi" slaves. ?!ralTr>-aa^,,J?i^ efforts to liecuro admission to the Union. Hut the [New York Telegram thinks that ''Idaho ought to be made to wait a little longer. The voting population of the Territory is ahout 15,000 as against 45.000 for Wash? ington, 40,000 for Montana, 41,000 for \\o Dakota and 70,000 for South fcota." bridge across the English Channel lot among the improbabilities of the Pure. The project is pronounced fcas 5lc by competent engineers, and a lato number of the Scientific American con? tains the plans and estimates for such n structure, which were discussed at t, meeting of the Iron and Steel Institute at Poris duri...

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 March 1890

FLOOD TIDE. The tide came up aa the sun wont down. And the river ?u full to its very brim, Aud a littlo boat crept up to the towu On tho muddy wave, in the morning dim. But that Uttle boat wi|h its reed-like oar Brought bows to the town that made it weep, And tho people were never so gay before, Aud they never slept so sound a sleep. News of a wreck that tho boatman had seen Off in the boy, in a floree wild gale; ?Common enough such things, I ween. Yet the women cried nud the men were pale. ?Strange that a little boat could bring Tidings to plunge a towu in tears; Strange how often some small thing May shatter and shiver the hope of years. ?Oh, none but tho angol with silver wings That broods o'er the river and guards tho town, IHaeds half tho woe each evening brings, As tho tide comes up and tho sun goes down. ?Philadelphia Press. THE LTJCKf-BONE. 11Y 8. A.' WEISS. Robert Ellis walked slowly beneath the drooping orchard boughs, absently pluckiug the heads of the tall licld-daisies,...

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 March 1890

?iinch Valley News. f PUBLISHED EVERY KRIDA V. The LARGEST COUNTY PAPER published iu the State of Virginia. In? tended not only to be a local county pa? per but also a representative of the en? tire Clinch Valley couutry. TERMS OP S?BSCBtm?lfi I (In Advance.) . I By mail, postage paid, one year. 31.50 jlUUltllH, ."Sm iBpoudent of tho Richmond writing of the booming Hunt Ii it saj k : Tho people of nil I his region are ? simply nstoni-hed tlml Uiuhmontl capitalists are placing their money by hundreds ot thousands of dollars at. romoto points?Birmingham, Flor Mice, Dulutb, und away up in the Northwest on tho Pacific slope, while Northern enpittdists have been in |g(WsWrjpBnHvona here in those moun Ftuins far more advantageously. To my personal knowledge thousands of acres of coal lands were bought u few year8 ago nt prices ranging Irotn thirty-rive cents to $1.00 per acre for some of which $100 an acre has been refused by parties who hold to du velop them. Of the one thousand square m...

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 March 1890

Clinch Valley News. LOCAL ?ND GENERAL jVK WS ?RIKFS. Ftlr a fine liiliUrclla, call ou I Frank & Co. Ovsreoats at reduced prices at I. Frank & Co 's. L lilies, the trunk you want is nt I. Flunk & Co.'*. For a nice cap or a line lint, call at I. Frank & Co.'s. Just received at I. Frank & Co.'s a Cull lino of valises. Jno. W. Spotts, Ecq , has return? ed from t he woods of \\ iso. Fur a first class suit of clothes uiude to order, call on I. Frank ?V Co. The Uoaiioke World continues to hohl its own an the live paper of the city. The children of Capt. C. A. Fudge nre still very ill and his wife also is very unwell. Mr. Lee Saunders, who had a very severe attack of la grippe, will soon be about again. Miss Hall, of Mon'goinery comity, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Dyer, at the Methodist parsonage. The Lynch burg News, oue of our vnled exchanges, came out last ?^Sunday morning in a new dress. MMr. Rains, mail agent on the Clinch Valley Division, will move his family to t...

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 March 1890

Tbowo! Our oldrlcnds sometimes delight to say twvorld is growing wicked ovory di Perhaps this is liecause thoy'ro if my and soon will lcavo It. Alas! jinny cases thoy forget that thoy did ilheir younger days b?get full many llios quite in fashion yet?thus they Hieve it! I. in truth, is und. enough, I grant, should on its wickedness descant ii virtues might appear to bo too f Ant tomorit mention: And yd, if thoy in turn wero cited, wo Diighul ? id that any mundane refereeiWojim1 le quite apt to'weigh thora .ctrwIuU.*"-.; ltravgjat.ion.1. y sSH^^HnH mcW orthodox, ami ionkoy with' tho stocks, "vocation honestly, nnd every cheat tho frpjso ot" its planner would defeat, |e world, perhaps, might then moro ill; meet our approbation. lore did not care so much for fees, nnd lawyers were employed on salaricf, ['and judges always would lit their de? crees to circumstances; iliticians would tell fewer lies, nnd vot ors better judgment exercise, and mer? chants represent their merchandise to sui...

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 March 1890

AGRICULTURAL TOPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVE TO KAKJI AND GARDEN. TO GET RID OF BORREL. If the land h plowed deeply and the sorrel turned under so that the roots are exposed to the frost, and salt is scattered over the ground ut the rate' of one peck to every two rods square, the sorrel will be completely killed. No doubt more sorrel will appear from the seed iu the ground, but if uiunure is put ou and the laud put iu corn und kept well hoed the young plants will be easily killed. Sorrel iu lawns aud paths may be killed out by scattering salt over it. The grass will not be in jured unless the salt is used too freely, but plenty of salt will destroy grass in the pathways.?_Y?-u> York Time?. SMUT IN WHEAT. Smut in wheat was once a great cause of loss and complaint, aud it was found that the smut increased when smutty seed was used. 1 found by making it strong brine with blue vitriol dissolved iu it, putting it in a tub large enough to hold a tight basket iu which the seed wheat was pla...

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 March 1890

Three "oci?tud I )roo Vnot\ bod before tha V ug, f '*Wpk,-afsbcts'do, to iing; . I 1'Jie irr^.^rJpwrilsh tarb arrays* ' r'H'UiSjiJIi bauble ?rrer v'syeft ; Over bis 11' y face the while ? ?^r?-'?3'' a ?l> r or c,s0 R smile. ?Welf grooni laiio sciiouil was, anil neat t;ln pr6|.cr d su from head to feet; ? A mirror o/ lie fashion lie, fair to aco; ^''^Ib^^II^^Hh1 drooping head, i the dead._ cried: (Bcrd? four care. .? Iray song shall spare; igriefrip/yours to quaff, Tto wise with ?c, oh kin.;, and laugh.1' A od thus tliMccontt- urged his claim: ' lb>:iv roc, ciekilig, for I can franio ; de. roijtfe&u und villanclle; Sonnets by mesnr? finished well. And t can pftty, truly play Upon (he Rocking triolet. .More tricks I know of phrase and word, Thau evepyet by mnu was heard; fctinugc yuTois, expressions obsolete, 'J'rip through my lines on dainty feet; And Griten Ibe thought seems weak and po*r, I via cert it with n phrase obscure." olowlwthe third began to speak: IfisfyoTco at ...

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. — 25 April 1890

' For nearly a month this winter tho Union Pacific Railroad expended $5000 per day for shoveling snow. According to advices froi? Victoria, British Columbia, Chinamen and opium are being smuggled into the Uuited 'States from that city to alarming extent *--J-J--e-1 ?"' Ttic militia force of the United Stales which may be nvailablc in an emergency, is placed at 7,352,171. The regularly ?orgauized militia, however, ouly uutu bors 203,392 men nnd 8052 officors. _ ~ The "00 American medical stu IcnlS matriculated at the University of Berliu were greatly agitated over the refusal of the German authorities to recognize their American diplomas in the recently issued University Calendar. While the medical ?degrees of all other nations were duly recorded, those conferred by institutions An the United States were entirely ignored. According tu careful calculation made by a British clergyman of note, and just published,' Protestants havo increased during the lust 100 years from 37,000, ?000 to...

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. — 25 April 1890

* There is about $75,000,000 of Eng? lish, $13,000,000 of German and $35*; 000,000 of American capital now em? ployed in Mexico. The recent influenza killed more peo? ple in Paris than the last two visitations of cholera. But the news that the dreaded Asiatic pest has made .'1000 vic? tims nt Bussornh is making London and l'aris very uneasy, nil the same. In the statistics of the Protestant Episcopal Church in .the United States th'-ri is an increase in the number of Sunday-school scholars for the year IS88 811, amounting nearly to SO.000, nearly a quarter of the increase being in the dio? cese of Pennsylvania. The authorities of the Russian prov? ince of Vilnn have issued a deciee pro? hibiting the emigration of inhabitants of that province to America. The order was provoked by the oflkinl discovery from the various local returns that up? ward of ten thousand persons emigrated to this country from Vilnn aluue during the year 188?. American cattle dealers are endeavor? ing to secure...

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. — 25 April 1890

THE U^ND OF THE LIVING. ?' f "Ar.- you still ij tli? lan;l of Mis llvingr" Inquired a man of an aged friend. *Xo, but I aai going there." ?in flu> reply.) ? O land, so full of breaking hearts, OVrhung with shadows blindm -,. Where half tho world file other Ua\t Iu sheet nrul shroud are wmulllg. 1V> stretch our eyes away?away Past Ulis domain of sorrow. And eateo the tititiiie,sun the uloa Is Of an auroral morrow. Each year we see the brignest leave.; (u nutiunn's banil the aer&'a Ila-.h year the Mra-a'oce* die a.vjj Which rang for us tlio clearest; Kach day the cruel moiltU aC float a Tho lie to life is giving. And yet wc coll this fauio? Uwd Tho region of the living". O angel man, whose silver hafr Is like tho riog of glory' God. bless you for that precious truth Our hearts repeat the story:. And while we sit in vacant homes Heaven's golden bolls are pouting Along the darkness of the night, Making tho samt? revealing. ?Ami tun /.odd Turtle. ELIZA ANN'S ADMIRER. IIV CJ.A?A...

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. — 25 April 1890

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. The LARGEST COUNTY PAPER published iu the State of Virginia. In? tended not ouly to be a local county pa? per but also a representative of the en? tire Clinch Valley country. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. $1.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered nt the Tazowcll C. n. (Vs.) postoHice as second elans mutter. FRIDAY. . ? APRIL 2 ?7iHl'? BOOM, NOT PROSPER! 1'V. Wo commend the following from tIm Richmond Tiiues to the attention of tho business men of Southwest Virginiu : John Ibtiiilolpb once delivered a earofully preparotl spoecli upon tb< text,'??('billige is not Roform." \V< urn reminded by the accounth ul largo real estate Iriinsaeliotis at ad? vancing ligures, now occurring in many places iu this Stute, Hint n boom does not necessarily incuu prosperity. On the contrnry. hucIi feverish excite in i nt is inevitably fol? lowed tij) by n con...

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. — 25 April 1890

T;lie largest ami moat complete stock of goods that has ever Leeu shown at ibis place. Vf? desire specially to call attention to Bonio of tbo goods we carry. Y GOODS & NOTIONS In Dry Goods aud Notions we are always heailqunrlers and can show you a coinploto lino In every department. IN DllESS GOODS wo hopo to continue* us wo have-always done?in the lend?wo euu show you a handsome line in silk nnd all wool Henrietta ctshmures at almost any price and shade. Mohairs, Hugos aud Alpacas in al? most every shade and price. We havo bought.something new in dress lobes and know they will "buit every one in senroh of somethiog nice. TRIMMINGS of all kind to suit every piece of dress goods. BOOTS & SHOE In Hoots and Shoes wo know we enn Rave you money. We carry a full line of Bay State and Curlisle Shoes These goods are bought directly from the factory?consequently saved the middle man's profU. Our Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Department is second to none in the country. We carry a fu...

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. — 25 April 1890

Clinch Valley News. .Friday., - : afuiiTTgTisii? LOCAL AjYJ) GENERAL jYE WS BRIEFS. a barrel of Kitimly Ron Heiring nt Boston & Son's. Hr. and Mrs. J. IL Hort came up i'roni Colar Dlnft", Wednesday. Dp not forget that Uns!on & Son are selling canned goods cheap. Odd sizes in clothing for large and small Jiguics ut Frank & Co.'*. Mr. It. K. Wright, Jr., of the Gra? ham Company, spent Sunday in the city. A drug clerk says Hint (he per? sistent use of onions will break up malaria. A mustache trainer to put. on at bedtime stud wear till night tins appeared. Huston & Son expect every one to settle Iiis account at thu cud of the month. Mr. Thus. Hawkins, Sr., has (he contract for building the Baptist clinrcli nt tins place. Messrs J. Y. nnd j. u. Kelly and Chapman Ahlcrsun umu up from Donui Sunday morning. Dr. Harvey Alexander, of Balti more,is in town. First in his class, by way of honor to Tuzewell. Judge Kelly is creeling a two story business bouse tit. Kelly on a corne...

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. — 25 April 1890

?linch Valley News. FRIDAY, - . APRIL '25. 18'JO RIC^ANDa" AnotiICh Tows to be Built. On January l(itk, 1886, there an peated in the editorial columns of the Clinch Valley Sews an article de Bcriptive of the eastern part of Tuze? well county and prophetic of u cer? tain activity row going ou along the Blucatone and at Graham. On January 23d of the sumo year thoro appeared another editorial ar? ticle in these columns from tho pen of our predccosFor, from which we quoto as follows: "Ihme is another largo area in Tazewell county most fertile aud beautiful. The region around Steel's Chapel booms never to have enjoyed the notoriety its Rood population aud rich Boil merit. Wo doubt whether any like number of acres in " S.mthwest Virginia will produce the name quantity aud quality of wheat. Tho milling quality of their wheat Inn raro excellence. Leaving thin high plateau of fertile land and turn? ing northward, wo booh reach tho Clinch River, descending?cutting Kent's Ri-'ge iu two. For mo...

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. — 25 April 1890

the end of da. v. Tuo.day itdouo! Across tlio western sky Aro g(>l<lcii streaks of light) As if the ehnriot of the Mill Hnil left tboill in its llight. The ilny is ilonu! The spring ami babbling brook In eneh sequestered nook. Seem resting from tho noonday'* heat, Ami settling down to ..lumbers sweet. The day is done: The daisies nod on copse and hill. Voices of bird grow hushedand still. And through the forest Silence breed*, For this is Nature's sweet"-! mood. The day i? done! On the mossy marbles, 'cross the way, The uncertain light gleams dim and sray; And on the names carved o'er the tomb Ii ?etiles with a lonely gloom. The day is done! tine by one, from the village near. The lights begin to disuppenr. Oh!, weary hearts, with sorrow pressed, j Th-; night bus conic: 'tis time to rot. The dny i* done! fence, blessed peace, oroodsover all; Night enters in her lordly hall. All In Silence give Iheir claim. l or now liehold the Night doth reign. ? Mail atici Asl'/llYSS. A BACK ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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