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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 June 1890

HEADQUARTERS. The largest nu<1 most complete stock of goods that baa ever been shown at ibis placa> Wo desire specially to ordl attention to BOnie of the goods we carry. * DRY GOODS ' In Dry Good* and Notions we are always headquarters and ran show you a complete lino in every department. . IN DRESS GOODS we hope to continue as tve have always done?in tho load?wo can show you a handsome Hue in silk and all wool Henrietta cashmeres at almost any price 'and shade, Mohairs, Serges and Alpacas in id lno*t every shade aud price. We have bought something-uew'iu dress robes and know tbey will suit every one ill search of something nice. - TRIMMINGS of all.kind to suit every piece of dress goods. BOOTS & SHOES. in hoots and Shoes we know wo can save you money. -We carry a full line of Bay Slate and Carlisle Shoes fliese goods are bought directly from the factory?consequently saved tho middlo man's prof't. Our Clothing aud Gents' Furnishing Department is sec...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 June 1890

E. V. SPOTTS KEEI'S A FULL LINK Of SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SPICES, SYRUPS, CANNED GOODS, FISH, CHEESE, CRACKERS, CAKES, V FLOUR, MEAL, LARD, BACON, FRESH MEATS. He also has in stock a choice lino of Candies, Confections, Tobaccos, and Cigars, and is headquarters for Fresh Fruits, both Foreign and Domestic. A well conducted RESTAURANT in connection. TERMS:?Cash iu full of all ac? counts on 1st of every mouth. BRAND NEW Confection Store. ?BY JOHN Si YOUNG. I A desideratum in confectioneries, aside from sweetness, Is purity. This firm will make it a point to keep the best of everything in CANDIES, CANDIES, CANDIES, FRUITS, FRUITS, FRUITS, CAKES, CAKES CAKES, CANNED GOODS, CANNED GOODS, CANNED GOODS, FAMILY GROCERIES, FAMILY GROCERIES, FAMILY GROCERIES, and all else kept in like establish? ments. A full line of Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes. Onr goods will be continually nr-' rivinv:, and as we will leave nothing 1 undone to please the public, we so-| licit a share of patronage. TERMS,...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 June 1890

Clinch Valley News.] t?u BLisri rifl gyn? y f mp ay. The LA KCl EST OOUHTY PAPER I published in the State df Virginia. In- j tended not ouly tu be a local county pa bor but aU6 a representative of the en tiro Clinch Valley country. TE?M8 OP BIT B8CRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year, 81.SO By mail, pontago paid, six months, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. j t Entered at tha Tare well C. II, (Va.) poetoffice as second class matter. II C.ALDEHBON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tazkwbia 0. H. Vi. Will praotice iu the Oonrta of Thzewell eonuty and the Court of Appeals at Wylhe Ville. Colleeting a specialty. Lauds for kale and land titles examined. ?. n. folton, b. M. d. ooullino, Lato Ciicuit Judge. Oonuty Judge, , Wytheyille, Vn. TazewAll C.H.Va, jj?ULTON A COULLINQ, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, , | Tazewbio. C, H. Va. Will practice in the Circuit Courts of | Tnzewell oouaty. * ' 8. M. B. Coulling will continue his prac- j tioe in all the Conrts of Buohanan county: C. 1- A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 June 1890

Clinch Valley News. FRUTaY,-" - TuNElS, 18?0. ZOG'IL AMD GEM Eli A L ME WS BRIEFS. A liand street sprinkler is budly needed for use on Main street, Odd mes in clothing for largo and small figures at Frank & Co 's. Mr. J. Ran. Henry is attending commencement at Humpden Syd? ney College. Miss Kate Russell, of the faculty of the High School last year, is vis? iting at Mr. Aldersou's. There has been some warm weath er in the country and Tu/.ewell has .not been wholly exempt. Misses Sallie and Maggie Bowcn and Eva Painter have returned from college at Staun ton. *Rov. B. M. Skive, of the Prcsby terian church, will preach at Mount Olivet next Sunday at 11 o'clock. A car load of ico was received this morning ami is being stored in the ice. house of Mr. E. V. Spotts. Dr. R. B. Gillespic, agent of the Tazewell C. H. Improvement Co. has returned from tin extended trip east. Tho Silver Bill has passed the. House, and now for lots of money to Hood the country if the Senate agrees. ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 June 1890

The largest arid mo*9t complete slock of goods ttiat has ever bceii ahowft at ibis place1. We desire specially to call attention5 to soitio ?f tho goods" w? carry. In Dry Goods abd Notions wo nro always headquarters and call show you a complete line in every department. 15 DRESS GOODS we hope to continue as\wo huvo always done?in the lead?wo b&tti show yon a handsome lino in silk nnd all wool Henrietta cashmeres at almost any. pries and-ftbade, Mobuirs, Serges and Alpacas in al most every shade and price. We have bought something now in dress rObos and know they will suit every one iu search of somcthiug nico. TRIMMINGS of all kind to suit even* piece of dress goods. i In Boots and Shoes we know we" can rave you money. We carry a full line of Bay Slate and Carlisle Shoes These goods aro bought directly from the factory?consequently saved the middlo man's profit. Our Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Department is second to l.one in the country.' . ? ? .? K '. ??? . '? ? ? '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 June 1890

. V. SPOTTS KEEPS A F?LL LINE OF SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SPICES, SYRUPS, CANNED GOODS, FISH. CHEESE, CK ACKERS, CARES, FLOUR, - MEAL, LARD, BACON, FRESH MEATS. .He also has in stook a choice line or Candies, Confections, Tobaccos, and Cigars, and is hoadquarters for Fresh Fruits, both Foreign and Domestic. A well conductod RESTAURANT in connection. TERMS:?Cash in full of all ac? counts on I?t of ever}' month. BRAND NEW Confection Store. ?BY JOHN S. YOUNG. A desideratum in confectioneries, aside from sweetness, is purity. Tlii s firm will make it a point to keep the best of everything in CANDIES, CANDIES, CANDIES, FRUITS, FRUITS, FRUITS, CAKES, CAKES CAKES, CANNED GOODS, CANNED GOODS, CANNED GOODS, FAMILY GROCERIES, FAMILY GROCERIES, FAMILY GROCERIES, and all else kept in like establish mcnts. A full line of Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes. Our goods will he continually ar? riving, and as we will leave nothing undone to please the public, we so .licit a share of patronage. T E It M S ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 June 1890

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. The LARGEST COUNTY PAPER published, in t)ie State of Virginia. In? tended no^orily to bp a local county pa? per but nhiS a representative of tho en? tire Cliuch Valley couutry. TER{MS OF SUBSCKIPTION: " (IuAdvanco.) By mail, postage paid, ono year. Si.GO By mad. pontage paid, six mouths, .75 Advertising rat? furnished on appli? cation. ' Entored rtt tho 'Tuzewoll C. H. (Va.) postollice as second class mattor. O. ?LDEU80N, H ATTORNEY AT LAW, TazewelLjO. H. Va. ? ?'Wl.lt practice in the Courts of Tuzewcll coriuty and/the Co^urtof Appeals at YVytho ville. /.C?lli'ctiiig'rt specialty. Lauds for sale nud land titles examined. j. ii. fulton.* k. m. 11. coulliso, Luto Cilcttit -ludgn.' County Judge, -? Wythovillc? Va. Tazowoll O.H.Vn. "jT^ULTON * COULLING, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, .Tazewell C, II. Va. ? Will prnctico in tho Ciranit CourtB of Tuzew.cU county. ?.'M.'B..O>ulling will continue hie prnc? tico in all the Courts of Buchan?ii couuty....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 June 1890

/ A doctor in Rome has published statl* flics showing that several thousands of ipereono are annually buried in a ?M*tc of ?om? throughout Europe. Striking oil continues to be o flourish? ing industry in Pennsylvania. During ?February 47C now wells were opened, adding 10,459 barrels to the production of tho oil region. ?fcn Adelaide (Australia) daily papei lias in its employ three men named Day. jOno of them is called Sun-Day, because lie is a clergyman, another- being the cashier, is called Pay-Day, while the third, being a law reporter, goes by the name of Judgcment-Day. , According to the Detroit Free Prtsu, when a Government oflicial in Russia is snubbed, refused his blackmail or fails to get the big end of a bargain he de? nounces his man as a Nihilist, sweors he lias seen him act suspiciously and away goes the object of his spite to a fortress to die there or be sent oft" to Siberia. / In the lower house of the Prussian Diet, Herr Simula, a Pole, warned the Government against ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 June 1890

THE MILLER AND HIS MILL Once a jolJv milter had a mill./mil, mill, -Every one was pleased to fill his till, till, till, The grain went in the hopper, The stone went whirling round. And a chorus from the miller Would through the mill resound: He 'ohe, and o holgh-ho-heigh, There are plenty others for to grind, With tho water that goes by. "The miller did not murmur and sigh, sigh, sigh, -Because a little water went by, by, by, But heaping up the hopper High with tho yellow grain, His soul went out in music, In this glad refrain: He 'o he, and a helgh-hc-heigb, There uro plenty other.) for to grind, With tho water that goes by. -ft. lesson from tho miller and his mill, mill, mill, -If fortune has been heaping in your till, till, ' ?till. If you do have a fortune, To greet you at your birth, ?When old enough to know it Don't scramble for tho earttn He 'o he, and a heigh-ho- heigh, Thero are plenty othors fof to grind, With tho water that goes by. ?Donald It. HcGre'jor. ECCENTRIC HEIRES...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 June 1890

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, ? - JUNE 20, 1800. j L?C?L AJ\'f) (.!K\E1L1L j\'E ws BRIEFS. Tue frame of the Baptist ehureli in going up rapidly. Dr. C. W. Greever, the Grufinffif hustler, was up during the week. Odd 817.63 in clothing for large nod sin all figures at Frank & Co.'s. Mr. W. J. Ircsoif ha* opened n saddle und bunions establishment at the depot. It were a beautiful country in? deed that could rival Tuzewell just at this season. Mr. H. Georg? McCnll has built for himself a handsome residence id the east end, A wise weather prophet has pre? dicted a drouth for the letter part of tho summer. The Elfin Star Comedy Company will appear iu tho Town Hall July 7th. Remember the date. Mr. SHld Mrs. A. D. W. Walton celebrated tho first anniversary of their wedding last evening. Tho shipments of coal by tho Po ( cahonts Coal Company for the wcoU ending .Juno 14th, amounted to 12, 010 ton?. , Mr. R. K. Wright, of Graham,and , Messrs. N. L. Reynolds and J. Y. Kelly, of Dara...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 June 1890

HEADQUARTERS. Tho largttt KfKt Weal complete stock of goods'that has or or booh shown at this place. We desiro specially to call attention to sottto of the gooda we carry. DRY GOODS & NOTION tn ?ry floods and Motions we are Always headqlinrtors Whd c(m show you a complete lino in every flfpnrtinent. IN DltRS? QOODS we hope to continue aa wo havo always done?in tho lead?we own show you a handsome line in ailk and all wool Henrietta cashmoren at almost any price and shade, Mohairs, Serges and Alpacas iu id ] Meat every shade and price. We have bought something now in drees robcB and know they will suit every one Ih toaroh of something nice. TItIM Ml Nils of all kind to auit every piece of dress gooda. 1 s BOOTS &> SHOES. In Boots and Shoes we know we can save you money. We carry a full line of Boy State and Cailisle Slices These goods are bought directly from the factory?consequently saved tho middle man's profit. Our Clothing and Gent*' Furnishing D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 June 1890

NOON AND NIGHT. Id the pool beneath the noon-day sun Tho trees their shadows throw, And the ripplos soera to play and ruu Through branches green below. At night against the starry sky, Against the moon's bright bar. Each outlined branch which towers high Seems then to hold a star. ~Flacel Scott Hincs, in Ledger. " UNFINISHED." i1y r. ii. cai.dweli. "These pictures!?-well, I see, sir, they puzzle you. I never knew any one they didn't. People who have no lovo of art think them simply absurd. But tha artists and you connoisseurs arc just puzzled by them. I know what you arc saying to yourself It is: 'When the man could get qualities like that, could see things in that astounding way, why, in the name of nil that exists, did he not do moret what did he leave his things iu that conditiou for? and what under the sun is the matter with them! I can't pick out one that is not a failure, not? withstanding the delightful color, and that feeling in their execution, which is so delicate and subt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 June 1890

Purify Your Blood At the cornice or spring the blood should bo puri? fied, as lmpurlth-a which have been accumulating Tor month* or oven year*, am liable to manifest themselves and seriously affect tu* health. Hood's BsvrsaparllU U undoubtedly the hot blood purifier. It expels crer/ taint of Impurity, drives out scrofu? lous humors and germs of disease, and gives to tho Mood the quality aud ton* essential to good health. Hood's Sarsaparilla ! '?My daughter suffered terribly with aors eye?, caused by scrofula humor. We were obliged to keep her out of school for two years. Wo had medical attendance, but she failed to gain relief. At last, knowing that Uood's Snrsaparlila had cured fhy\ mother of rheumatism, and believing It most be good for the blood, I concluded to have my daughter try It, and It has entirely cured her."-COR.xauos Yuon, C12 East Main Street, Marsbahtown, Iowa. Purifies the Blood "Hood's Sarsaparilla has cured me of salt rheum, which 1 have had for years. 1 do think I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 June 1890

E. V. SPOTTS XBEFS A rVLI. LINE Of SUGARS, COFFEKS, TEAS, . SPICES, SYRUTS, C ANN KD GOODS, FISH. CHEESE, CRACKERS, CAKES. FLOUR, MEAL, ?LARD, BACON, ? FRESH MEATS. He alRo hits in stock n choice lino of Candies, Confections, Tobnccos, mid Cigars, and is headquarters for Fresh Fruits, both Foreign and Domestic. ' A well conducted RESTAURANT iu connection. TERMS:?Cash iu full of all ac? counts on 1st of every month. BRAND NEW Confection Store. ?BY JOHN S. YOUNG. A desideratum in confectioneries, B9ide from sweetness, is purity. This firm will mnkc it a point to keep the best of ererything in CANDIES, CANDIES. CANDIES, FRUITS, FRUITS, FRUITS, CAKES,. CAKES CAKES, CANNED GOODS, CANNED GOODS, CANNED GOODS, FAMILY GROCERIES, FAMILY GROCERIES, FAMILY GROCERIES, and a-11 else kept in like establish? ments. A full fine of Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes. Our goods will be continually ar? riving, and as we. will leave nothing undone to- please the public, wc so? licit a share of patronage. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 June 1890

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED FA'ERY FRIDAY. The LARGEST COUNTY PAPER published in the State of Virginia. In? tended net only to be n local county pa? per hut also a representative of. the en? tire Clinch Valley country. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, pontage paid, one year. $1.50 By mall, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising raten furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazawnll O. Ti. (Va.) postnfTica as second chits matter. C. ALDERSON, II. ATTORNEY AT LAW, TizuwitLl/O. H. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Tn7o\vcll county nnd Iii? Court of Appeals at Wythe ville. Collecting a specialty. Land? for Kale nnd laud titjes examiucd J.-K. PULTON. ?, M. is. cnCt.MNO, Lito Oiionit .Judge. Couutv Judge, Wythcvillo, Va. Tazowell C.H.Yn. ?jpi'JjTON * COULLING, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TazxwblL O. H. Va. prnclico in tho Circuit Courts of TaT-.rVarell counly. K. M. 11. Coulling will eontlnne his prac? tica in nil the Courts of Hiichaunn county. c 1 A. THOMPSON, DENTIST. . Off...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 June 1890

The ?ost of maintaining one of the pro? ved Federal ??ttln-?.?iin. -W?? ",??..8 S^out $5,000 per niontli. Nine thousand millions of dollar! are said to have been expended on tho con? struction and equipment of railroads in the United States, and still the work goes on. The average cost of construc? tion per mile is about 830,000. A man who wants to bo register and ??ccordcrof Warren County, Pennsylvania, has announce.I himself thus: "A true patriot should be wiliing to servo his country at all times. I, having served three years when war was ia the land and patriots needed, now dc.-iro to serve three years when peace and good will pre? vail." _ Americans, who grumble because in somu of oar Western cities letters nre collected only o:icc oa Sunday, ought to bo bauished to Vcndsburg in tho Trans? vaal (South Africa) Republic where mails from the coast arrive only once a month, in charge of carriers who have to swim half a dozen different rivers nnd take their risk of being shot by Cnf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 June 1890

THE SEASONS. Bweot childhood! what a dream it i* Unreal as that of night! .;, A little May of blossoming bliss With warmth and sunshine brightl K" doubt to chill its budding faith! No past to cloud the soul! A lustrous silvery, noon-tide wraith, With heaven its starry goal! Bold youth 1 Ah, tender uro the chorda Its halcyon harp sends forth! Ambition teeming thought nITords Weird as tho frost-clad north! And love with wild ecstatic llama Leaps high in rupturous joy 1 'Gorgeous the shining mines of fame, All gold without alloy! Itipemanhood: Ucal tho war of life, No ideal visions now, But fiery passions, wrestling, rife I Hard-wrought tho toil-bouudbrow! Laurels lie not in every path! Bread is tho priceless boon! Triumph the mocking aftermath That seldom comes too soon! And seo'. Old ago is in the air! Tho garish lights burn low! I tistaut the Holds that once were fair! Yonder tho wild llowers blow! Bail on, O soul! a rosoato morn Awaits thiuo oponiug eyes. When waking amid scenes ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 June 1890

Clinch Valley News? FRIDAY, ? ? JUNE 27, 180(7. LUC iL AND GENERAL NE WS BRIEFS. Plenty of* ice at Huston & Sou's. The first water melons of tbe sen Foil en mo in Wednesday. Miss Martha l'eirce has returned from college at Sulcm, N. C. Mr, I. Frank was over from Wythoville during the week. Crop reports in most lines uro highly satisfactory this year. St. John's day. the 24Mi, was cel? ebrated by a picnic lit Indian. Major II H. Henry returned yes? terday froill a business I rip, east. Odd sizes in clothing lor largo and small figures at Frank & (Jo.'s. Dr. ('int Crockelt came up yes lerday from the city of l'ociilioiitus. Miss Evelyn Jipotts,of liichmoiid, | is in Tn/.ewcll lo spend the sum mer. Col. A. J. May continues in ill! health to the regret of Ins friends ' and clients. Tuesday was another drummer s day, and in Ta/.ewcll that means "lots of 'em." The west, bound train on Tltcsdi.y carried a large party from town to the picnic, at Indian, Miss Clara Fu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 June 1890

Buston & Son. til 3 a Fine Flour, Moats, Staple and Fancy Groceries. sm? of town lots began mommy, april 7, ?90. rrangcments have Deen made which practically insure a Wrought Iron Tube Works, urtlpftfydig 7?0 men'. A fifty thousand dollar hotel under contract. A Holling Mill under eon tract, Hue Stone Bank and L'ostoffiec under cont ract. ^ large number of stores and dwellings under eonlraet. ?40,000 Brick Co. organized and fiill capital subscribed and machinery ordered, Joal mines three miles away and iron mines two miles. the Clinch Valley Coal and Iron Company, which owns the (own site, offers two htm* red thousand dollars to industrial enterprises to locate at Richlands. Sale of town lots limited to three hundred thousand dollars and when this amount js reached the company will double the price of its remaining lots, making an immedi? ate demand for lots in the hands of first purchasers. Richlands is on the connecting link between the Norfolk and Western and Louis* r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 June 1890

an obstinate old man. An old tnnu lived nil nl'.ne. nil atone. And n jolly old mm was lip, Ho was ruddy nnd Cat and sli ck na n rat, And his arm ivnsngood tiling to see, His chest was round, his liver was sound, And his voice had a chord of gtei; As ho ? in>r to himself while ho counted his polt: "Oh, ho? I'm n hearty nnd halo old innn. Ah, ha! 6uciin sur dy nnd well old man!" Kot (i chick nor n child had ho in the world, Though his coffer* were full of gold; He had money in chut, in trousers, in vest From his pockets t!ie hi;; dollars rolled; He owned miles of loud and palaces grand, And in hank had thousands untold, Bo lie snug all t!i- while, with a conlidont smile: "Oh. ho! Tin a likely and paart old 111.10, Ah, ha! Buch a merry an 1 brisk old man:'' His brothers waited and longo 1 in vain. And for years I w.v.i a score They would moot each day and pleasantly say: ''The old man Isriglitat Death's door." Then the lir-t one slopt and he never wept, But he laughed and sa...

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