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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 27 May 1897

Is devoted to the interests of Tazewell County. VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our P.esideiil And County rjenarters. It is rumored there will be another wed? ding in town very soon. Hon. S. M. B. Coulliug is at Grundy, attending Buchanan Circuit Court. Dr. Will Painter, of Liberty Hill, was in town yesterday, accompanied by his bride. This is the season for croquet. Peery & Dodd can tell you beautiful sets, very cheap. Kev. W. \V. Ruff paid our office a pleas? ant call on Monday afternoon. Kev. J. N. Barman is conducting a very interesting meeting at Bluefield. Mi^h Daisy Thompson was in town Tuesday on a shopping expedition. A full line of fancy and staple groceries always on band for the customers of Peery & Dodd. The rock foundation for the new M088& Greever building is nearly completed. Mr. T. M. Banking is making additions and valuable improvements to his residence J. Shelley Pendleton, of Marion, Va., paid a bl...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 27 May 1897

rublisbed every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., William c. pendleton, Editor and Proprietor. S?BSCRIPTIOJI3. Republican, otic your, cash la advance . . $ 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 50 Republican and H. T. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of Trnc REn bj.ican are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. The RXFDHUCAN Is entered at the Post-office at Tazewell, Virfrinia, as second-class matter. TIURSADY, MAY 27,1S97. A DISGRACED LEADER. During the campaign last year one of the most serious objections we urged to Bryan and Brynnism was its intimate associations and relations with Altgeld and socialism it will be remembered that in the Chicago convention Altgeld, the socialist, figured as one of the most conspicuous leaders. We remember that on one occasion, at a reception, Jno. W. Daniel stood between Altgeld and Tillman, and after reading an account of it we exclaimed, "how the mighty hav...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 27 May 1897

HOME READING. THE RAGGED LITTLE BOY Jle stood boneath the flaring: lights, His clothes were thin and old. The wind upon the avenue That night was piercing coM; .i He tried to sell his papers, But the people would not buy: Arxl while he shivered on the stone* A tear stood In his eye. '? What will you do whon you're a man?" A stranger kindly said; The boy a moment seemed to smile, And then he shook his head; * I cannot tell you, sir," said he, " And brushed a tear away; f Hut mother says she hopes that I -May rule this land some day." A lady fair upon whose hand \ '" A diamond Hashed tts light I i ? A moment stopped before the lad : '' That cold and stormy night; i Her dainty lingers drew her purse, And In his hand so cold She dropped, with Just her sweeteat smile. Some bright and shining gold. " When you're a man what will you do?" The wealthy lady cried; " I'll ray you back a hundredfold," The little boy replied: One little room we call our home Amid the shadows gray; ! B'.i: mother...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 27 May 1897

CONCERNING COAL. Statistical Information on Produc? tion and Oonsumpticai. Immense Ontpnt of European Coun? tries?The Product of the I'nltcd States Almost Equals Thnt of the United Kingdom. " An interesting- report has just been issued by the, London board of trade containing a wealth of statistics as to tho coal industry of the world. It is pointed out that the country- of Europe which has the largest production, after the United Kingdom, is Germany. The quantity produced, however, in the latter country docs not amount to half of what is at present produced in the United Kingdom, the respective figures for 1895 being, the United Kingdom 1S9, 001,000 and the German empire 70,109, 000 tons. Next in point of production nfter Germany comes France, with 27, TS3,000 tons, or about a third of the pro? duction of Germany, while next again comes Belgium, where the amount of production is not very far behind that of France. The average value of the coal produced taken at the pit's mouth has ...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 3 June 1897

Is devoted to the interests of Tazewell Couuty. VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Mr. M. M. Hankins, of Busthcad, was in town Tuesday on business. lee cream soda always on hand at Tazewell Drug Go's. Mr. W. M. Huflbrd, of Wytheville, is on a visit to his son Dr. Ii. D. HulTord. Miss Mozelle Partee,of Bluefield W.Va., is visiting Miss Vivien Gillespie, daughter Dr. K. B. Gillespie. This is the season for croquet, Peery & Dodd can sell you beautiful sets, very cheap. Mr. Henry Aseue, of Paint Lick, was in town on Wednesday and paid our oflice a pleasant call. Mrs. Mollie Carson, of Radford Va. is on a visit to her son-in-law, Mr. W. G. Young, and will be here for some time. Landon's celebrated soda water, cold and delicious. Try it. We are iuformed that the ''citizens' ticket," known as the "dry ticket," won by a large majority in the election at Rich lands on the 27th ult. Mr. E.D.Brown advertises his restaura...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 3 June 1897

TheTazewellRepublican fublished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, YA., ?HY? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION'S. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . 9 1 00 Subscription* on tinio. 1 50 Republican and N. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of The Republican arc not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. The Republican is entered at the Post-office at Tarewell. Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 3.1S97. PARTY HARMONY. Political parties should be built upon principle. Their chief purpose ought to be the securing of the greatest good to the greatest number. It has been contended the Republican party was the party of the masses rather than classes. Its principles are national in character and its doctrines purely American. These principles have made it dear to the people and united in its ranks men of all classes and professions. For twenty-eight years ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 3 June 1897

HOME READING. THE INCAPABLE WOMAN. IXterc la \o iMnee lor Her in TM? Day and Generation. Nowhere outside of au old-fashioned romance is there a spot in the world where the Incapable woman can to-day maintain a foothold. In tho leisurely three-volume novel dear to our grand? parents, Arabella and Araminta, gentle, pallid, timid, submissive creatures, fal? tered and gns->ed and fainted gracefully in tJieir chairs at the slightest excuse for such behavior. To swoon with ease was regarded as a proof of elegance, and as a distinctive line marking1 the difference between the milkmaid and the lady bom and bred. Fossibly tho tight lockig then in vogue aided the lady in her ability to perform this port of her role to the satisfaction of the spectators ?who were usually within the receding vision of the fainting and fragile being whose delicate nerves were proof against neither terrors by night nor shocks by day. Frankly we doubt whether the old novelists were quito fair in their p...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 3 June 1897

ELECTION LAST THURSDAY. District Officers Chosen for Tliree Dis? tricts in County. SMALL VOTE POLLED. The Convention Question flays a Small Part, But a Large Majority of Vote Against Convention. JEFFERSON VI LLE DISTRICT For Supervisor?J. Ed Peery, 2G5; B. J. Fuller 319; R. G. McOall 176, Plurality of | J. Ed Peery B. J. Fuller 46. For Magistrate?H. G. Peery, 473; Geo. W. Bandy, 3-12; Thos G. Crock? ett, 491; J. M. C. Catr?u, 436; Milton Thompson, 193; Charter Mitchell, 249; C. A. Leece, 320; J. W. Gillespie, 135; W. \V. Linkous, 23S; B. F. Riley, 163; J. W. Whitley, 222; J. P. Litz, 13S; B. B. Greever, 6; A. S. Peery, 1G; Kiah Harman, 44. This district is entitled to six justices, and the six who are elected are: H. G. Peery, Geo. W. Bandy, T. G. Crockett, J. M. C. Catron, C. A. Leece and Charter Mitchell. For Constable?D. H. Payne, 462; J. 0. Young, 391. Payne's m. jority 71. For Overseer of the Poor?Mack Wil? liams, 211; H. Carbaugh, 171; Chas. Scott, 191; J. M.iPruett, 146; C. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 10 June 1897

Is devoted to the interests of Tazeweil County. VOL. VI. TOWN ANO COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Fruit jars, all sizes, at Buston's. Ker. Samuel Austin.who lives near Five Oaks, is seriously ill. Miss Vivien Gillespic went to Koanoke last week to visit friends. Miss Ella Bo wen has gone to Salem, Va., to visit her friend Miss Faunie Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Chapman Alderson have been on a visit to Mr. Ii. C. Alderson. ' lee cream soda always on hand at Tazeweil Drug Go's. Miss Leona Murrell, of Cedar Bluff.is in town, visitiug at Mr. James F. Hurt's. Mr. James D. Harrisson, of Liberty Hill, spent several days in town this week. The glorious rains of Monday and Tues- ' day will be worth thousands of dollars to 1 Tazeweil county. Notice what Messrs. Buston & Sons say in their advertisement this week about perishable goods. Wharton O'Keeffe has gotten back from St. Albans, where for the past ten months ' be has been going to school...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 10 June 1897

I'ublished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?TO WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS, Republican, one year, cash in advance . . $ 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 50 Republican and N. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica Uou. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of Thk Republican are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. Thk Rkptblican is entered at the Fost-office at Tazewell, Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 10,1897. WHAT IS THE REASON? It is no unusual thing to hear persons cnuplain about the scarcity of money in Tazewell County. If it is scarce, what is the cause? Is it occasioned by a general deaith of circulating medium or is it produced by other causes? If the people of a section or county are larger buyers than they are sellers for any considerable period of time the result will be a greater outflow than in? flow of currency, and it naturally follows that in a given period a dearth ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 10 June 1897

HOME READING. THE SUN WORSHIPER. " Raise the winder, Blllio; lot the air blow In a mite, / 1 want to hear It whisper, an1 T want to see the light Cllmbin' down the mountain till It strikes the timber line, Bhlnln' on the cactus an' the quakln'-asp* an' pine. When the, snowy mountains poke their heads out of the dark In the early mornln'?when thero's shod ders In the "park," Beems to mo the sunlight falltn' on the bowlders speaks Of a sorter Somewhero layin' baek beyond tho peaks. An* tho clouds a-floatln" half way up, like fluffy things, Kinder seems like angels just let out to try their wings? When they stoprod to listen whero tho canyon waters roar Daylight come an' caught 'em an* they can't git back no more. Ev'ry mornln', Billy, since you moved me over here, I havo lay'd an' waited for the- daylight to appear; Yes, an' ev'ry ever.ln' I have watched the prowln' shade Crccpln' up the mountain when tho day begun to fade. I have watched it, pardner, when tho gold was turned to red, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 10 June 1897

Foreign Use of American Labor-Saving Machinery Philadelphia Record. 1 The American Machinist, a representative ?paper in the business which it exploits, dispatched one of its editors to England especially to investigate the subject of im? portations into that country and the Con? tinent of Europe of American machine tools. The first installment of his report appeared on May. 13, and the second on May 20. Both of these long letters contain much information: and we refer those of our readers who are especially interested in the subject thereto. We prefer not to spoil the meat of the articles by cutting off small pieces. The Iron Trade Review of May 20 has an editorial on "Machinery Exports" which quotes a Cleveland manufacturer as stating that American automatic machinery has been extensively purchased in France, but that the workmen arc incompetent to use it properly; and this is a serious diffi culty which American labor-saving tools have to encounter abroad. The foreign mechanics l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 17 June 1897

The Republican Is devoted to the interests of Tazewell County. VOL. VI. TOWN ANO COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters.. Fruit jars, all sizes, at Buston's. Mr. Geo. W. St Clairwentto Wytheville last Saturday and got back on Tuesday. Mrs. T. P. Bowen will leave today for Salem, Va., and other points, on visits to friends. .Mr. J. S. Moss, of Burke's Garden was in town last week, and subscribed for the Kkj'iblican. Mr. Rufus Copenhaver, of Liberty Hill, was in town Tuesday and paid our office a pleasant visit. The new pavement in front of the Pobst and May buildings is a great improvement to that part of the town. Rev. Jo Stras, of Roanoke, is in town, on a business visit, and is being warmly greeted by his many friends here. Jno. E. Jackson, the druggist makes a change in his advertisement, to which we direct the attention of our readers. Mr. Jno. W. Crockett has gone to Rus? sell, and will make his first shipment of lambs this season from tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 17 June 1897

The Tazewell Republican JTublished every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?hy? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION'S. Republican, one year, rush in advance . . f 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 50 Republican anil N. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATKS furnlhhed on applica? tion. Correspondence solicited. The publishers of The Republican are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. The Republican is entered at the Post-office at Tazewell, Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 17.1S97. IT LEAVES THEM NAKED, WITHOUT ARGUMENT. There can be no question that Southern Democracy is abandoning the position it has so long held on the tariff question, and especially on articles that are classed as raw material. In abandoning their stand on raw material they go away from the po? sition held by Bryan as a leader, who con? tended when the Wilson bill was being considered that all raw material should be put on the free list. We find that dur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 17 June 1897

? HOW SCROQQS ... ? WON THE REWARD. ? _ BY L. FRANK BAUM. ICopyrlght. J897.] Filling1 the space betiween two largo building blocks was a little, one-storied office. It was flush with tihe sidewalk, and upon the large window was painted, in red letters, . M MR. DICK ROGERS, .. ; CITY BILL POSTER. "Mr. Dick Rogers" was himself seat? ed behind the window, a big cigar in his mouth, his feet resting upon the confused mass of papers which littered his desk, and his eyes fixed intently upon his morning newspaper. From amid the stream of passing ve? hicles a handsome carriage drew up before the door. Mr. Ropers looked over the top of his paper and watched a gentleman step out upon the sidewalk, , followed by a servant bearing in his arms a huge package. This the serv? ant placed upon tbe table, and re? turned to the carriage. "I have come once more to employ your services, you see, Mr. Rogers," said the caller, in a quiet, dignified voice. "Just so," respondied tbe bill poster, with a nod. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 17 June 1897

? PREPARING CORN SOIL. A Homemade Appliance Which Doe* the Work Thoroughly. The homemade appliance illustrated herewith is inexpensive and does its work more thoroughly and in a manner different from any similar device known for the preparing1 of land for eoru culture. It consists of six pieces of 4 by 4-inch scantling, seven feet long-, bolted together; the bolts run diagonally through the pieces, which brings the diagonally opposite corners HOMEMADE LAND RUBBER. together, making the top and bottom present corrugated surfaces. Three bolts are used to fasten the pieces to? gether, which are made of Sve-eighths inch round iron. One bolt is placed in the center and the others one foot from either end. The outside bolts have an eye instead of plain head, by means of which a forked chain is attached for drawing the implement. The front cutting edges of the implement are pro? tected and their efficiency aided by hav? ing them bound with Hat iron two inches wide and one-quarter of an inch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 24 June 1897

The Republican Is devoted to the interests of Tazewell County. VOL. VI. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Gathered in And Around Town By Our Resident And County Reporters. Pocahontas will celebrate July 5. The Sunday School of the Christian Church at this place will have a picnic at Unaka today. Mieses Charlotte and Lucy Henry went to Giles County on Monday to attend the Strother?Barns wedding. Wallace Hufiord is back from Koauoke College, where he has been attending school for the last ten mouths. Mr. Joseph White, of Cedar Bluff, one of the truest friends of the Kxithlicax, allied at our office on Tuesday. Hon. W. G. Mustard and Mrs Mustard have gone to Wyoming County. West Va., on a visit to friends and relatives. A. Goodman solicits vour orders for the 4th of July. The box and ice cream supper at Pisgah on last Saturday afternoon was well at? tended and was a financial success. If some of our subscribers will bring us a few frying size chickens we will be glad to credit them on their subscr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 24 June 1897

TheTazewellRepuMican Published every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?W? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . $ I 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 50 Republican ar d N. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES Airnished on applica? tion. Correspondent solicited. The publishers of The Republican are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon? dents. Thk Republican is entered at the Post-office at Tazewell, Virginia, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 24.1S97. VICTORY MAY BE WON. We have heard Republicans say that it is almost useless try to drive Democracy from power as long as it has control of the election machinery in the State, or the present election law is in force. The task we admit is a hurcalean one. There can be no den-ai of the fact that in many of the eastern counties of the State Democratic election officers do not scrurple to practice the most outrageous frauds upon the ballot box. In thoee coun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 24 June 1897

esr SMIMMIIIIIIM A REAL HERO. BY A. V. WHTTEFORD, VLTELX+ Mike, we will have to o> fY vide the gang for ewhUe thii morning, because there la two jobe that have to be done right away. They broke the frog at the north switch last night, and we will have to put tn a nev^, one; and then there la a bad rail re? ported just at the end of the trestle, down in the hollow. We will load up while we are all here together, and I will take two of the men to put in the ?frog, and that leaves three for you. X guess I'll send Teddy along with you, too. He can't do very much when it comes to a lift, but you can put him on the ratchet, drilling the holes, or something. You'll need all the help that you can get, for that's a job that must be done in a hurry." J The speaker was William Hogan, fa? inillarly known as "Old BilL" foreman of the section gang that kept in repair five miles of the track of the Burling' ton on each side of Rock Bridge, HI and he was giving his orders for the day's w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 24 June 1897

Hawaiian Treaty. The following is a verbatim copy of the Hawiian treaty now before the Senate of the United States for ratification: "The United States of America and the Republic of Hawaii, in view of the natural dependence of the Hawaiian Islands upon the United States of their geographical proximity thereto, of the preponderant share acquired by the United States and its citizens in the industries and trade of said islands, and of the expressed desire of the Government of the Republic of Hawaii that those islands should be incorporated into the United States as an integral part thereof and under its sovereignty, have determined to accomplish by treaty an ob? ject so important to their mutual and per? manent welfare. To this end, the high contracting parties have conferred full powers and authority upon their respectively appointed plen? ipotentiaries, to wit:? The President of the United States; John Sherman, Secretary of State for the United States. The President of the Republic...

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