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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 April 1890

y' ffJSOO Rotvurd for a Loat Cat. * The equivalent In KnidlsU minor of. $ HD xviv? i'.iM offered by iin eld lady In Uondon (or the return of a favorite e:\t wbloh bad strayed or noon stolon. People called her a "crank," ?Ad porliaps.suo was It Ls uu'ortunutu that one o( tho Kant lor rox should aver gain this ti? tle, yet many do. It is, hmwver, freqantly not their faul.. Of ton functional derangements will apparently chauio a woman's ouUro no turo. Don't blame such sufferers If they aro "cranky,' but tell them t > ose Dr. Pieroe*? Fa? vorite Pi ascription, which i1 an Infallible rem? edy for "foraalo weaknesses.'' It v/lll eooa ro Btoro tbom to thoir no mal condition. It Is W-irroiiied to trlvo satisfaction In evory case,or money paid fur it will bo re uraed._ Dr. 1'ioreo'ii Pellets, the original and only Pennine Ulltio Liver Fills; 2? conts ? vial; onu edjso. _._. Samson hud his birth announced by an angel. _\_ I No reap In the world has mr been imitated ns much as Dobbloa'a lOl...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 April 1890

While ontbls Jtfe's.imbsrtain put In, Its rug?d tr*y^ and hard, Doubt iio?; trlamr>bent at the last ' Will he the sweet reward. Who pus bee onward hopefully Wilt no obstruction meet. But in the end may bo o'crcome, .' And lie beneath his feet. When clouds grow darkest in the skies. And break the thunder-storms. Wben death stalks with his scourges by And smites beloved forms, Thut heart i! true that bears with al-v" Resigned and hopeful still, Rebelling net 'gninsi Providence, ' But yielding to its will. No help have they who stoo to doubl. Or brood o'er fancy's fears? Whose hearts with dreaded woes arc tilled. Whose eyes with coward tears. - While they who trusted forward move Will lace the ills that rise. And reach victoriously the goal, To seize the waiting prize. ?I). Uratittrtt II itUani'on. Story of Twelve Graves. The Union Pacific mail and express train had b-.cn held up. Tho robbery wai ?? cunningly planned and boldly executed that the people of Itawlins Springs felt thorn...

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. — 9 May 1890

MY FRIEND. Kot he woo presses closely to my sido When fortune smiles on me nnd joy Is mine; Not he who brings his laurel sprays to twlno Amoug the flowers with which Fame docks his bride. Not be who nemos my namu in conscious pride, And bows With devotees about my shrine, Kager iu my lovo-rosary to shine; Not bo! No: one like him shall not abide. But lie who holds mo fast through^jrief and . pain, { , Though troubles deepen, and disgrace nor- ; , tend, Through shame of poverty, through men's disdain, Cheering me on, uud ready to defend Mr life from peril oruiy namo from stain, Braving' the world for mo ? bo is nit friend. ? Km nut V. Doted, in Belford's Magazine. HOW IT ALL CAME ABOUT. I1Y ANNA BUIBLDS. Well, ma'am, it was quite a story, but I never felt free to tell it to uuybody be? fore; but since you are so anxious to know about it, I'll tell you bow it all came about. Them fine embroideries and the yards of criinping's off my mind now, and if you'll take u chair I'll talk and r...

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. — 9 May 1890

It in discovered that Gorman Socialist*, rwerc greatly aided in their Into campaign ?by contributions from America, espcciallv irun; Chicago. The first Young Men's Christian Asso? ciation in the United States Army has recently been established at Fortress Monroe, Vtt. Although only two months old, it now has eighty members. Tiic suggestion has been matte in Lon? don that, as the French have erected the highest tower, the English shall dig the deepest hole?say on the exhibition grounds of 1S51 in Hyde Park. The pit could be furnished with an elevator shaft, and lit up by electricity; and in each stratum there could bo an excavated museum with specimens of the minerals, fossils, etc., afforded by it. English investments in Western cattle ranches do not appear to have always Ijeeu successful. A recent number of the ?V<((7 Gazette says: "In addition to JIOW calls, the shareholders of pastoral Company (limited) jig of capital paid charge ?1 (Itealmg-fruit trees Wlln n neighbor, but th...

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. — 9 May 1890

THE CADET. Oh. I'm a follow, my good sir. Who never know a breath of fear; My back is straight as any spear; My shoulders stretch a goo.l three span. To say I am right you'll not demur. Hurrah I I'm an American. I wear tho uniform, my friend. That strikes ine as the best on earth. Though wildly gay, my flerci>-t mirth Ne'er hinted ut the drummer's ban. Let revel die ere I offend Tho flag! I'm an*American! To run and leap, to rid" and spar. To swim, mako love, and catch a -word Flung round my head lik > naming coed, I'm usually fust, my man. Keen-eyed, steel-puls? I. mil muscular; Ha! bnl I'm an Aamricuu 1 Six feet of spring and joy and pride; Six its.;, for victory or a .?.hell; A voice to mat ? with w in... or yell ?Ordersfroui Deersheba to Dan; Six foot with nothing bam! to hide, Thank Good! I'm an Autcrieaii! Vou know I'm not ii yalh young bind-: Tin' tie it I say is not enough IVheu spsakhigo* such hunian slulT, That in no age turned facs and ran. 1 did no*, make it, when ...

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. — 9 May 1890

Clinch Vi^Ic^Ml^^S FMDAYT"'~~~ "~ MAY !). 18!?t>. j LOCAL AND (xEjsEUAL i JYE WS BRIEFS. Don't fail to see the Now Idea Minstrels. Tln\v are great. Odd sizes in clot hing lor large! and small figures nt Frank & Co.'tu I Jno. \V. Spotts, Esq, of Uieb. | land , was in the city on Sunday hist, P.v HiNiron has accented I lie, piesideucy ol' Sulllu'tj College at Bristol. Esq. Win. O. Yost, whose health bus been declining lor some months I is at present very HL Tlio nlarni of lire on Monday night was over an inconsequential blaze in the west end. The New Idea Minstrels come well recommended by the Press Town Hall, Tuesday, May 13. The Fitzpatriek Fansily of Merry Makers aud Swiss Bell Ringers will I appear at the Town Hall tonight, j Esq. AY in. Moore, of Abba Valley, stopped over with friends, Monday,! returning from n visit to the Cove, j Don't buy your clothing until yon see our stock. We cnu save you' money. aBuchanan & llnnissnii. Trunks, umbrellas "and valises' ways firm ...

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. — 9 May 1890

B-Y AND BY. Down tue stream where tho tide is dearer, Farther on whero the shores are fair. And the gracious forms wo would fain b-.> nearer. Tho names we spwil; in therotca of prayer. Bo the voyage long tl-.t-y will I*? tho dearer Wliou utter while we shall greet thorn then-. Farther on where the tide la clearer, Down tho stream where the shores are fair. By aud by when the sun is shining. After while when tho ikies are clear, When the cloud unfolds its silver lining And shores' of the peaceful Isles draw near, 'Wo shall free our tongues from their dull re? pining Aud fill our hearts with words of cheer? After white when the sun is ?hilling, By and by when the skies are clear. ?Chicago JlrritUl. Sophy's Transgression. JIV MAUY T. I'AUNSWOUTU. liOh, uncle, can't I go?" Sophy Allurtou leaned over her unclo's ?chair, with pleading eyes, und hands un? consciously clasped over the carvod knob ?upon its top. She was a small rosy damsel of eighteen, with luxuriant brown hair, eyes of 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. — 9 May 1890

Clinch Valley New P?OLTSk 8. Tiie LARGEST Well informed business moil I "lilk? 11 special point of observh |D EVERY FRIDAY. i,ll,l,st,> 'l drift of tho i diet (hut thero who g tlio country, pre will be not leas (ban published iu the?tato?"vlrginla^f* Bw huudr?d n?* nmnufucluring K Kti^c^ N*r rUrtedin **** i-*. representative of tho an. tire Clinch Valley country. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advnuce.) Bjr mail, postage paid, one year, 81.50 , liy mail, postage paid, six mouths, .7."! "Ion twelve months."'?Richmond Advertising rates furnished cation. appll next State. Too trend of Southern <levoJ<l nient, as the State says, is pajgliany along the lino of tfean iu and Mountains. It tfgg 'I[lOVCll to Bir around Atlan'he B,in.,)lim]in,r towilh. Entered at the Tuzewel] C. II fVa. i I iniuoham r r t i POStoffice as second class matter ' I'. "{o of dovoloi""u'nt Pro FRIDAY. -I^SSl to Chattanooga, Kuoxville, M.V\ !), 1890-producing ltoauoke and tho other ,jj y live low us on the Norf...

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. — 9 May 1890

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - M?Y~g, 18W. DOR?N, RIC?L?NDS. UDUinsTmi, lineisiurai ITS FAME IS SPREADING. A PROMISING FUTURE. Some time since, before the town of Doran was projected, a repre (tentative of a Virginia newspaper visited the Itichlands Valley. A portion of his article is herewith quoted: "Hundreds aud thousands of dollars which in tho past have bocn invested in Piastern and Western .securities through the stock ex? changes of the largo cities are now being diverted to the creation of towns and the upbuilding of in? dustrial enterprises iu the moun? tain districts of the South. Itichlands is in Tazewcll couuty, anil the surrounding country is particularly famous for its fine stock. Along the line of the Clinch Valley road, en route to Richlauds from Bluefield, arc seeu acres and acres of the finest blue grass, upon which hundreds of droves of the sleekest, fattest of cattle arc feed? ing. The cattle of tho section are i considered the finest, in tho world " and are shi...

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. — 9 May 1890

IN HOPE Ol-" SPUING. Above his rest deft autumn softly weaves A coverlet to wrap the new grave in. And broiders it with gold aud scarlet leaves While spring's sweet mysteries of bloom begin Beneath tho mold o'er which the sore heart grieves For hopes that perished, like a flower in frost ? A symbol that cavil passing season leaves. To Kuy, That is not dead which seometh lost. Cold, silent lips, which our warm lips have kissed, Dear hands, whose touch CUU never be for? got ten. Friendships that vanish like n saunie r mist. Wo lmvo you. and. behold, wo have you not. A lonesome shadow tails across th'( Iloor From each low grave they heap beneath the so.l Where sleep the ones we ini-s: but evermore We have them safe in Paradise, with (toil. To me, it often seems that death must be, lake going on a journey, very far, Across the mountain and the solemn sea, To dwell iu a new land where strangers are. Hut if a friend is there WO loved of old, Our enger thoughts fly foster than our feet. An...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 9 May 1890

The largest and most complete stock of goods Mint has 6vdr Loch showil nt this pltletj. "VVe llcsiro specially to call attention to some .of the goods wo carry. - in Dry floods and Notions we are always he idquartora and can show yon a complete line ii? overy departiut nl IN DRKSS GOODS we hope to continue ks wo have always douu?in Hie lead?we can show von a hniidsouu lino Irt silk and all wool Henrietta cashmere* at almost Buy piice and shade. Mohairs, Surges and Alpacas in nl most every shade and price. We have bought something new in dress rOUes and know they wdl stiit every oik in search of something nice. TRIMMINGS of all kind to suit every piece of dress goods. .In Boots and Shoos wo know wo can t-avo you money. Wo carry n full line of Hay Slnto and Carlisle Slues Those goods arc bought diroctlv from tho factory?consequently saved tbo middle man's piol-t. ^tenns"^! on Our Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Department is second lo none in tbo country. ?"4 We carry a full lino of Qu...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 9 May 1890

The arrests for drunkenness in Great Britain ilie past ten years are said to have reached a total of near two mill? ions. ______ The young Chinese 'Emperor is break? ing up Iho gambling establishments of Pckiu, and is trying to reduce the ex? penses of the administration of the Gov? ern men t._ By order of the Emperor official an? nouncements were published in the local newspapers of Pomeranin, Germany, warning the inhabitants against accept? ing the specious inducements vaunted by Brazilian emigration agents. Belgian farmers have become alarmed at the way in which the frogs are being exhausted l>y French pol hunters, and have petitioned the King to forbid kill? ing frogs during certain months of the year, as is done with other game. The farmers regard the frogs as valuable 'lug and insect, destroyers. Statistics have been published in IJer lin showing the military expenditure ol tie ?rrcat Powers during the past three year-. Prance spent 1,082,000,000 marks, Kiiasiu 3,284,000,00...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 9 May 1890

maua zink sotes. ?'Common School Education," issued by ll:e K?stern Kdtieational bureau, -'0 Broiu fie'd streel, Boston, Is one of the best publi? cations for teachers. Subscription price, $l.M> a year. Miss Sarah Orne Jewett. who has been Gpcndiiu; the winter in Florida contributes to the April "ScribncFs" a storv entitled ** I he New Methuselah.V describing the ef? forts of an 'eccentric New Kiiglamlphiloso pber to rear a c-'aild according to theories that okjnt; its " " Would pr life lor several centuries. The series of comprehensive articles on "Great American Industries," published ill "Harper's Magazine," will be continued in the April number with "A tMiit of Clothes." by K. R. Bowker, richly illustrated from drawings by W. A. Rogers, \V. T Bmculcy, Alice Barber and others. The artte'e presents the complete history of a piece of wool Irom the time of its growth ona sheep to that of its transformation into the Manilla' tnred product; and this involves a thorough analysis nf ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 9 May 1890

?TJhBtJerj(^ltor, and No Jlaltcr. Deojs wltmri^e vvoodeh border Of a vale 1 ttirayetjj SoTfo My", Drawn on by Iho sweetest musio 'Waffled through Us shady vfAy; "Chatter, chatter, Aud no mutier," Was the song it seemed to say. As 1 wandered, grovrthe music. Yet more elear mid sweet to me, T>ll I found a bubbling brooklet Gliding onward to tho sen; "Chatter, chatter, And no matter," (?tiding onwurd. fresh nnd free. Ill a pool its water;- tarried, Silent, by a mossy bank. Where the weeping willows drooping, Singing rose and dipping Sank; "I'lintler. chatter, And no matter,'' Itrct/.c-kis-sed branches rose and sank. Standing on its brim I pondered, Dreaming on ds perfect glass, Till I seemed to ICO beside me, Oo/.lngdown, a Joyous lass; "Chattet, chatter, And no matter," With the pool her looking glas?. Then the years seemed swiftly Meeting, I luce again, bul need, stood The woman now. B-looktllg backward Thinking of her maidenhood; ? < 'batter, chatter. A ml no matter." In her l...

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. — 30 May 1890

Clinch Valley News. ' i f f Jfc \ " PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. The LARGEST COUNTY PAPER published in the State of Virginia. In? tended not ouly to be a local county pa? per but also a representative of tho en? tire Clinch Valley country. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year, $1.60 By mail, postage paid,.eix months, .75 r ? Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entorod at the Taiewsll C. H. .(Va.) poatoUicu ns second claw matter. FKIDAX - ? MAY 23, 1890. H. C. ALDER80N, ATTORNEY Af LAW,. Tazewei.i, C. H. Va. ? Will practice in the Courts of Tazewell oouuty and the Court of Appeals at Wythe villo. Collecting a specialty. Lands fur sale and kind titles examined. j. h. fol.tom. r, m. d. ouullino, Lute Ciiouit Judgo. Oounty Judge, Wythevillo, VttJ Tezowell O.H.Va. JjlULTON A COULLINO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tazkwell C, H. Va. Will practice in the Circuit Courts of Tazowoll oounty. H. M. II. Ceulling will enntinuo his prac? tice in nil the Courts of Buohans...

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. — 30 May 1890

liiieh Valley News. FRIDAY, - - MAY 30, 1800. THE BLASPHEMOUS" EDIT? OR Up to tho time of Cleveland's eleo tion to tho presidency of tho United States tho.ro were many Republican papers in the North that lost no op? portunity to ,wave tho bloody shirt. South hate was their groat distin? guishing characteristic, and cruel lies about tho South constituted their Btock in trade. But Mr. Cleveland msdo such an excellent president, and tho country thrived so weil anner him, that most of the rabid Republicans had to turn their attention to something morn profitable than Blander. Tho people of the North wero getting along very well with the people of tho South; were funding new trnde in tho South An,d tho South hating papers could not afford to koop up their policy of abuse any longer. But there is ouo pnpor in New i York that continues to foam at the mouth whenever the name of a dis-j linguishod Confederate hero is men tinned or a Confederate battle-ling is j displayed. It ia the Mail and ...

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. — 30 May 1890

HEADQUARTERS. Tho largest and moat complete stock of goods that has over been shewn at this place. ' We desire' specially to oall attention to some of the goods we carry. DRY GOODS & NOTION In Dry Goods and Notions we are always headquarters and can show you a complete'Hue in every department. IN DRESS GOODS we hope to continue as we havo always done?in the lead?we ran show you a uaudsome due in silk and all wool Henrietta oaBhmeres at almost any price % and shade, Mohairs, Serges aud Alpacas in al? most every shade and price. Wo have bought something new in dross robes aud know thoy will suit every one in search of something nice. ? - TRIMMINGS of all kind to suit every pieoe of dress goods. ? BOOTS & SHOES In Roots and Shoes we know wo can save you money. We carry a full lino of Bay State aud Carlisle Slices These goods ore bought directly from the factory?consequently saved the middle man's profit. Our Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Department is seoond to none in the cou...

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. — 30 May 1890

E. V. SPOTTS kekps a rUIX LINK OF SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SPICES. SYRUPS, CANNED GOODS, FISH, cheese, ck ackers, CAKES, flour, MEAL, LARD, BACON, FRESH MEATS. He Also has in stock a choice lino of Candies, Confections, Tobaccos, and Cigars, and iB boadquarters for Fresh Fruits, | both Foroign and Doinostic. A well conducted RESTAURANT in connection. TERMS:?CaBh in full of all ac counts on 1st of ovory month. BRAND NEW! Confection Store. ?BY JOHN S. YOUNG, j A desideratum in confectioneries, aside from sweetness, is purity. This firm will make it a point to keep the liest of everything in CANDIES, CANDIES, CANDIES, FRUITS, I FRUITS, I FRUITS, CAKES, CAKES CAKES, CANNED GOODS, CANNED GOODS, CANNED GOODS, family groceries, FAMILY GROCERIES, family groceries, and all else kept in like establish- { menis. A full line of TobaccoB, Cigars and Cigarettes. Our goods will be continually ar? riving, and as we will leave nothing undone to please the public, we so? licit a share of patronage. T E...

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. — 6 June 1890

Ciihch Valley News.| PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. The LAKOE9T COUNTY PAPERS | published in.the iSiate of Virginia. In? tended not only to b(> a local coutlly pa? per but also ti representative of the on- | fire Clinelt Valley country. TERMS OF SUl^mSlOfi: (In Advance) By mail, pontage paid, one year* ?1.50 B.y mail, postage paid, six mouths, .75 j Advertising ratda furnished d? appli? cation. Entorcd at tile Trtfcwoll C. Hi (Vat) postdfllce as ??c?ud olass matter. O. ALDER80N, II. ATTOItNEY AT LAWj Tiuviui C. H. Ya. NVill practice in tho Courts of Taztlwoll ] ?ouuty nnd the Court of Appcnln nt Wytho villn. Collecting a specialty. Lntlds for] sale aud land titles examined. 4. II. FOI.TON. H. M. II. OOUMalKQ, Lato Ciicuit ;1ndgp> Countv Judge, Wythevillc, Va: Tazowcll C.H.Vn. j^ULTON A COULLINO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tazeweui 0.| H. Va. \Vill practice in tho Circuit Courts of ] Tazewell county. S. M. 2$. Coulling ?rill continue hin prac? tica in all the Courts of Buchanan county. c. A. T...

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. — 6 June 1890

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - JCNL?, 1S!M). IS THIS OUR COL. SHEPARD. tue Rev. Thomas Dixon Say? ?k is a Tin Soleier, in Lea? ve With tue Di; vii.. Tho liov. Tliomas Dixon, Jr., spoke ycBterday morning to tho members of the Twenty third Ht. Ilaptist Church nh "Tho Sectional Newspaper,?' which he denounced as a national curse and a disgrace to Christianity. "It has no mis? sion to perform," ho said, "because the causes which separated this country, into sections have disap? peared. Talk about the Confed? erate Hag ! Why, I was born in tho South, and lived there Iwonty threc years, and I never saw a Confederate Hag." Speaking of the recent Hag edi? torials in Col. Shcpnrd's newspa? per, the preacher said : "Tho Mail and Express so (Iis torts and falsifies tho fuels as to make it appear that the only Hag to be seen was the Coli f?derale flag. This was done with the de liheratopiirpo.se of deception. It deals in vituperation, abuse, epi? thets. The winds traitor, rebel, and SUCH are eve...

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