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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 July 1890

GIVE A KI.-ID WORD. Do you know a heart il-.nt hunger. For n word of love and cheer? 'Theroare many men about us; It may be tlmt One is near. Look around yon. If you find it Speak the '.void that's needed so. And your Own heart may bo strcggtbjBOd j* By the help that you bestow. VII may he that soin; one falters On the brink of sin and w rong. And a w.ir.l from you might save hitr ^ Help to make the tempted strong Xook about you, O my brother, Whut a sin is yours and miuo If we see that help is needed And we give no friendly sign. Never think kind words are wasted, Broad on waters castaro they, And it may bo wc shall find theai Coming back tons, someday. Coming Lack whousorely needled lu a time or sore distress, So, my friend, let's give them freely Qift and giver God will bless. ?Eben I'. Ilet/ord, tu the Housewife. THE DOCTORS TRIAL. Sirs. Chester had finished the tiny stockings, and folding her hands, lenued baek in her easy chair and fell to musing, perhaps over the conversation...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 July 1890

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, ? - JULY 2&, 189V. THE BOYCOTT VS. THE FORCE RILL. Tho Atlanta Constitution Bays: "Appeals to reason and conscience, indiguaut protests aud shot gun methods will not meet the Force bill, j but the most tremendous boycott of j ?11 tho ages will make it a dend let tor. wipo it. from Dm statute books j and baffle and defeat its supportors. | iSomo times Iber?! has been some lit ; tie talk about tho Solid South. Our | partisan eneuiioH <lo not realize Ihn j ineauiug of tho phrase, and they may ' count themselves fortunate if wo do not tench it to them in Ilm hitter] school of experience. With the pro? mulgation of the Force bill every | white Immun being iu the youth be tweou tho cradle nnd tho grave will' unite w ith their fellow country men I mid stand with thorn to the end There will he no muri! discord of fnc lions in the Democracy, anil around tho standard will rally the last white Republican. A com moil danger will bring tho white...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 July 1890

Clinch Valley News. yRib?Yr~7~: j?l~Y"2^1OT0. LO??t AND G?'A'ERAL ih'EWS BRIEFS. See SauudeW remnants. See notice nf tllo Hughes Lum ,jfeet- Company. & RemiiHuta of nfl goods must bo ?old. At Snunders'. *r*" 'Clip'' is Hu? minie of a new post office in Wnshiugton county. Odd sixes in clothiug for largo" nnd small figures nt Frank & Co.'a. nnd Mrs. YV. Woolwine, of Nashville, arc guests of Dr. liar grave. "Tiie Original Package" hill pass? ed iu the House of Representatives hy a vole of 17(5 to US. Farmer Hullen tine, of Norfolk county, cloaca, this year, from bis J.S0O acre farm, $27,000. Mm. nnd Miss Chapman, Miss Ava lliggiiilmthu,ii nnd J. W? Chapman. Esq., arc at Mountain Lake. A stock company of colored fel? low c.iU/.cus is organizing to publish i, newspaper nt Foeahoutas. Miss Gertrude Bnnndors left on Wednesday for n visit to trieuds in Washington city and elsewhere. A few broken lots of shoos will bo sold cheap. Son the0). Satibders Smyth county has ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 July 1890

kissing tue rod. Oli, heart of mine, wo shouldn't Worry so! What ive'vo missed of calm we couldn't Bavo, you know! What we've met of stormy pain. And of sorrow's driving rain, Wo con bettor meet again If it Mow. Wu havo erred in tliat dark hour Wo have known When our tears tell with tho shower, All alone? Were not shine and shadow blen As the gracious Master me int? Lot us temper our Content With His own. ? Kor, wo know, not every morrow Cat! he sa'i; So. forgetting all tho sorrow We have had, Lotus foldawoy our Fears And put by our foolish tears And through all tho coining yean Just I?' glad. ?James Whileamli It Hey. Mrs. Maberly's Neighbor, BY MAItV A. OlvNISOX. '?OPauli it's the lovelies! little house I've soon yet. Let us lake It." ??1 confess I like that long veranda," said Paul, "and those beeches and chest- . nut- on tho roadside aro simply superb." '?Yes, they arc vory beautiful, ami ? lot mo sei?two cherry trees, one peach, on pear, ami tlx apple trees, nil in good j Condit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 July 1890

Tho Lady Next Doar. Mr*. W. envied the lady next door beoaujo ?brnlwios seemed so well nnd happv. " She enjoys lif' nnu I don't," mM the discontented wom?n- ' How I would like to change place? With her:" At tut she made the .euuatiitamo or the object of hw envy, and this is what tho ladr told her: '? Happy"; Of cours.- I am. tor i enjoy perfect health. My ttenr Mrs. W., your face lella nt why ??<? ore not liappy. iou nro suffering from, functional .termitce meiit?. I was ii martyr to fciink> weakness rpr yean, but Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscrip? tion cured me, n? it will you if you will try it. It is uunniiifrrW to K|vc satisfaction in every case or price (?l.m> returned. Hr. I'lcrce'a Pelit it's, on- a dose. Cure la-ad ?ehe, constipation and Indigestion. The Irish teinmt-' defense fun.I now ?mounts to the sum ol ??s.00 UnU'* Catarrh Cure Is a liquid and Is t nil en Intel unity, and arts directly upon the Mood and .mucous mii faces of ilie system. Se...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 July 1890

for Bnfants and Children. ? "CnMortoia so writ Adapted tochltdritti Uta? I Cnatorls cur<?t rolle. Constipation, lr?0.,?.lMunin.UUIX.r.orto.?ypr.^t,i,?on P*^*'^U^romOtM di known lo nie. ' Ii. A. A?air?, M. D., I Imitat?. Ill So. Oxford St., Urooldju, 5. T. | Wltlioir. iojurioua medication. ,- Tiik. Cbktavr Company, " Mnmiy street, N. Y. IJLIUIMMHII WiMIPIlMWIilllUil 'hillll I I 1111 Him 1 lffiTMrilTTO"T1 Look at Our Stock ?OF? Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. Wnhave opened nur new invoice of CLOTHING, UNDERWEAK, HATS. Ac, lor Iii? 5 Ami we have no liesjinney in showing it na one of tlio liest ?vor opmmd in the S mthwost Tim 11<"? >him 1 im lietlor goods ol hotter make, lit ami finish bus increased, ,1? a matter of economy, and wo linvo mol il. moru lliun half-way. liiere is a FRESHNESS AND VIGOR nlioul our r>wn tminiiftteluros for this season Llml loaves no room for ilettd patterns or dull designs. As far ns pricos nt'o roiieerned llie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 August 1890

inch Valley News.1 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. The LARGEST COUNTY I'Al'ER published in tlie State <U Virginia. in? tended not only to be n local county pa? rier but also u representative or Iko en? tire Clinch Valley country. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) Hy mail, postage paid, one year. ?!.?0 By mail, postage paid, six months, .7>"> Advertising rates furnished oii nppli catiou. Entered at th'e Tasewott O. II. (Va.) postollicu as second class matter. Hi C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ta-/.kwki.i.,0. II. Va. Will practice in (lie Courts of Tu/ewcll County ami the Court of Appeals nt Wylbo villo. Collecting a specialty. Lands for sale und land lilies examined, 3. ii. rui.tun. !!. m. n. coui.i.ixo, Lato Ciiouit .Tudgo. Count v sludge, Wytbeville, Va. lazowell O.ll.Vu. JL^ULTON & COULTilNOi ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tazbwbli, C., II. Va. Will practice in the Circuit Courts of Tnzewoll county. H. M. It. Uoulliug will cout'nuo his prac? tica in all t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 August 1890

Mrs. Lynn Lniton complains that Lon? doner:, of to-day are brutally impolite, tc \ndics especially. The Chicago 1S93 fair will be held art the one hundredth anniversary of the French Revolution. Dr. Atltcua CT. Tlaygoou, agent of the Pcabody fund, estimates that since the war the Southern States have expended 637,377.07.1 for tlic education of the col? ored people. The Atlanta Constitution has taken n census, and lias found that "the news? papers of the couutry are generally agreed that it is cowardly for uu army officer to strike a private."' Chicago, Cincinnati and half a dozen other Northern cities arc setting up in the manufacture of artificial ice, and it is predicted that within live years more than half the ice used in the North will be made that way. Iu West Virginia farmers are quitting rat tie and are raising colts iustcad. ' 'There nie five marcs bred now to one live years ago,"' says a correspondent of thcClii cago DrourfJournal. It is this tendency that makes tlie outlo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 August 1890

THE OLD FOLKS' LONGING.' ?n't go to tho theatr.\ locturo or ball. But stay iu your room to-night; >ny youself to tha friends that call, And n good long letter write? rito to tho sad o:d folks at home. Who sit, when tho day is doue, ith folded'bauds and donftieast eyes. And think of tho absent one. J'Tshly scribble, "Excuse my haste, rccly the time to write," ? brooding thoughts go wandering buck To many a by-goae night, uenlfcoY lost their needed sleep and rest And every breath was a ])rayer ;at God would leave their little babe To their tender love and care. )n't think that the young nr.d giddy friends. Who make your pastime gay, ave half the anxious thoughts for you That tho old folks have to-day. le duty of writing do not put off, Let sleep or pleasure wait, st tho letter for which they waited and longed Be a day or an hour too late. jr tho sad old folks at home. With looks fust turning white, re longing to heir ot ti;? absent one, . fio writj them a letter to-night. -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 August 1890

Clinch Valley News. FlUL>?x. aUGUStT 18??! DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION At a convention of tho Domo crats of Tazewell county, in tlie court house, July 20, lano, the fol? lowing delegates ami alternates were elected to represent tbecomi ty in a Congressional Convention to be hohl in Pulaski on the 13th Of August, 1800 : ,1KFF E R SO N VILL K DIGT RI CT. Delegates. Alternates. ,T. 0. St.-Glair, O. W. Duale, J. J. Renbow, .1. H. Stuart, Warren Painter, K. L. Wright, A. T. Buchanan, A. B. Buchanan, I). G. Sayers. .1. M. Kitts. CLF.AH FORK DISTRICT. Delegates. Alternates. Jos. S. Moss, J. P. Goso, T. M. Hawkins,.Tr. T. M. Bourne, Oscar Moore, A. St. Clair, 0. P. Grecver, O. O. McCall, .Tor. L. Dcatnn. W. W. French, MAIDEN KPRINti DISTRICT. Delegates. Alternates. Gco. Ward, James Taylor, Win. A. Ward, A. .1. Larimer, David Ijockhart, Goo. One-y, .1. E. Buchanan. Emmitt Scott. The following resolutions passed tho convention : First. That having full confi? dence in tho integrity and a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 August 1890

IDlindk Valley News. ?RIDAY,**~ T~" AUG?ST*T, lWK). L 0 c4l amd gejvera l news briefs. The Headlight was reissued last r*fJjfioai Graham, ?esday, court day, brought a Arge crowd to town, size* in clothing for hirgo llltl sin all figures at Frank & Co.'s. Tliero is little of either local or general news tor rceordntiou this Mrs. Doggett, wife of Rev. M. W. Doggett, has been quite ill for some The Washington county delegates ro the Congressional convuliliou arc solid for Buchanan. Application for druggist's license :o sell liquors, under the new law, was refused, at this term of the county court. The Methodist Sunday School bad its annual picnic in the beauti ful innple move of Mr. A. H. Marrs on Wednesday. The contractors will arrive here today with a force of men and carts nud horses to begin work for the Tnzewell G. 11. Improvement Com pany. Trunks, umbrellas and valises always form a part of I. Frank & Co. s stock and the various kinds are nfcjtf qn baud to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 August 1890

MY LOVE IS LIKE A SONG. My lore is not Ijko nny flower; For flower* lire but a day. Anil ninny a one but for an liour, Then dying, fades away; But my sweat love is like a :on-, Thul sink- into tl:o heart. And lingers there SO very long, It 'most becomes a [Kirt. My love is not like nny star; For stars but shine at night. And then 'tis only from afar That stars appear so bright; but my sweet lore is like a song, That brighten* all the day. That rolls Mit? wheels of Time iiloug, Aud drives tit ? .light away. My lovo is not like anyone That mighty pens have mode, Li!?' no fair hll 13s 'ne Itll t !i" SUN, Jio bird In Held or glade; '.'.at my sweet love is tik.-n song! Mike to hut and throne. A glorious tiling before the throng, A sweet, mil I thing alone. ?frank UMie'a Vttnxtlar VauHi'y. THE SHEPHERD. On one of my excursions, riding through the blue-gum foreUs (of Aus trails), says Joseph Jefferson in the f>? tnr/f, I had galloped about twenty mile* from the home station: dis...

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

FORE.VER VOUNG. Tbe wild world hastens on itB vray; The gray haired century nears its close; its sorrow deepens day by day; The summer blush forsakes the rose. But. darling, while your voice 1 hear. And while your dark brown eyes I see, {? Kad months and su.-.lcss seasons drear ?"*? Are all the same, all glad to me. Despair can never reach mo While your soft hand 1 hold; rf- While your eyes love and teach mo 1 shall never grow old! They say that love forsakes the old, That passion pales and fades away; That even love's bright locks of gold Must lose their charm aud chunge to gray. But, darling, while your hear! is mine, And while 1 feel that you are true. For me tiio skies w ill ever shiim With summer light and teuderest blue. Yet, let old age deride me! 1 scorn his mocking tongue; Bear love, with you beside nie, I am forever young. ?Belgravuw AN ESCAPED BOA. Mrs. Beak had always had a "holy horror,'' as she termed it, of a circus. But when the immense posters of Awl p&w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 August 1890

for Bnfants and Children, "Castorl?isiiowo]ln<Iupto<ltocbil'.lrcnl1mt I Osutorla currs Colic. ConstlpMInn, Irpconiiai-nditasciiporinrto/invpn'si npiion I !,our Btomnch. Dmirliruri, Eructntlon, known to mc" It a . Akm:s?. U.V., I ?""?^S**- ^"^ blccp' *uJ V,vmoUM ?Sr 111 8?. Oxford St., IttOOkrjra, Sf. T. I Without lujurioiu inedlcauob. Tni: I'rsTM'U CuUPAKV, 77 .Murray Bt'ltoet, Y. Look at Our Stock . Sfe ' ?OF? Clothing and (scuts' Furnishing Goods. Wo Imvo opened our new inroica of CLOTHING. UNDEJIWEAR HATS. Ac, lor tho SPBINI An.T we bnvo no hesitancy in showing it as ono of tho best over opened in the 8 Mill)west. Tiro dciiMtnd for bolter goods or Iwllor make, fit nod finish >ms inoensed as a matter of oconomy, und wo have met it. more ttuvn half-way. There is a FRESHNESS AND VIGOR about our own inrttroffw/bures tot tlits season that leaver doVoou. for ilead patterns' or dull design*. As far as prices are coiicorwod they aro L0W?ft VAtS SEASON THA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 August 1890

[lieh Valley Newp.] |JBMSIiED EVERY FRIDAY. , LARGEST ~??WtY~T?APER liliod in toe State of Virginia. In jl not only to be a local county pa it also a representative of the cu' linch Valloy country. TERMS OP* SUBSCRIPTION: .(In Advance.) ail, postage paid, one year, $1.60 I ail, postago paid, six months, .75 ] vertising rates furnished on nppli n. torod at the Tazowell C. II. (Va.) trice as second class matter. C. ALDEHSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tazewbli,;o. H. Va. Ill praotico iu tho Courts of Tnzowell t r and the Court of Appeals at Wythe Collocting a specialty. Lands fer | and land titles examined. (.to Ciicuft Judge. Wytheville, Va. 8, M. b. codl.i.ino, Oottuty JuilfiO, Tazowell C.H.Va. |jLTON A COULLING, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tazf.well 0., n. Va. 'ill practica in tho Circuit Courts of j swoll c omity. . M. B.^Coulling will continno his prnc- j in all tWi> (.'ourta of Buchanan count}'. ^?riTlIOMl'SON, DENTIST. ifftee, West Back Room, Btras' Bnlld- 1 , upstairs. AZEWKM, LODGE A....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 August 1890

I Last year the Japanese sold <flS,000, 000 worth of coal. Thoy are rapidly de? veloping their mi ues. .~*izt^-^.~ / Russia is doing everything possible to jretrid of all the Germans in that coun? try, and has just refused to naturalize any more._ ' The Commercial Advertiser estimates that "the six new States, with a total of less than 300,000 votes, have a voice in the Somite six times as loud as that of XS'ew York." Mrs. Krank Leslie has been inquiring into the subject of kissing und has come to llic conclusion that "we seek odic force, polarized, upon other lips lo complete the growth of our own." This simple explanation, the Chicago Macs thinks:, ought to satisfy everybody. The Chicago Herald says that in ever) romiuunity will be found a class of men of fair intelligence and moderate means who like to servo on juries. From this class the Herald thinks that jurors should be drawn, as men who serve uuwillillgli do not render good service. Vaccination at sen has Den decl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 August 1890

UP AND DOWN. jtfre up to-day on fortune"* hill And free from every sorrow, nt iu the wheel of good ami ill < All may be changed to-morron re"re iii> and down as time Mies on Now ease, now hardest labor? . a millionaire can safely frown jrjai his lowly neighbor. acnflriako wings?tho man of wait [i May meet with sudden losses, Vhilehe whose ouly store is health AtiS^j-ide behind his horsen. 'heu do riot slight the toiling pojr. For labor ue'er disgraces, Uitl though your fortune teems secure, Some day you may change pla'.us. 3od help us all?we're poor at boat? Dependent on each other? f hough crowned with ease or sore distnssrJ Weak ma j is still man's brother, l'lieii wheu ou fortune's top we stanj, No ill our stale attending, pet us exteod a helpiug band To those about descending, ?7'Vuitei's 8. Smith, in New i'or.'e Wce'.-lf. jaggsps wife. bt c. it. it.vHor. Somebody had stolen 11 horse from Daniel Jobson. The stable and horse weie built "right tinder their no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 August 1890

Clinch Valley News. FmD?X ? AUGUST 8. 18?0. THE SOUTH IN THE FUTURE As the probability of tho puss age of tho Force bill this mission diminishes, it appears as if the failure of this measure to become n law was the only thing needed to give the fluni impulse to the material prosperity of the South? ern States during the course of the next twelve months. It'the Ponte hill were finally disposed of, the Rulilli numhl ttlko :i loUSI bleat It Of relief, and address itself with an energy which would swell to en? thusiasm, to the accomplishment of the industrial destiny, which nature hits marked out for it. Al? ready it breathes more lively as tho power of its enemies to ob? struct its progress merely appears to decline, and the. spirit of hope that animates it. is rapidly grow ing. There is every reason why it should, for at this time the hoimti I'illness of the crops promises to bring a very large amount of mon? ey into the Southern Stales, which will stimulate every branch of trade, lea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 August 1890

Clinch Valley News. ^{IL>A YV~ - . AUGUST 8, 189?. LOCd L AA'l) GENERAL J\ 'E \VS BRIEFS. Odd sizes in clothing Tor largo ^1 small figures at Frauk & Co.'?. ^K&li- and Mrs. Henry Foery, of "West Va , are visiting friends in Tuzewell. tJ> freight service on Hie Clinch Vnl ley railioad has been doubled aud the business is heavy. Tho family of Rev. D. V. Price, prineipn.l ,of tlio Tuzewell High .School, arrived Wednesday. Tbo delegate iu tho Ninth Dis? trict who is not iu favor of Hou John A. Buchanan is yet to be hoard 1 io m. Mr. Carnegie has given to tho town ot Ayr, in Scotland, $50,000 of the millions ho made out of the American tariff:. The passenger and mail trains of the Clinch Valley road now run through from Bliiciicld to St. Paul iu Russell county. Mi-, and Mrs. Brookley, of Pitts burg, with their daughter, aro visit? ing iu Tnzewcll, the guests of Hon. John \V Croc.l;clt. Ihe Tazowcll delegates to the Fulaski convention will go ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 August 1890

THE OLD FIREPLACE. You may talk alKmt your furnace tires That worm your city homes, Ami toll me how the li?at aspires. Ami through the building roam' ?Tis bandy, Ml admit, to push A little iron w.u.'". Ami Iii the <> summer ou j About the room lo steal. But ob, IM love to sm o;i?3 n\0T3 My father".- bis ftreplact; To hear tIi? old logs sing and roar. And watch the dodging sparks outpour And up the chimney ebasel Your modern grate's a nie; affair; When full of anthracite. It lends th- room a pleasant air ,Pn any white: Vniglu. ?fh.' glowing coal's s Bower l?d I.ilies and crimson pinks, j And'moiig them many an etthi eye Peeps through, and wlnksnnd blinks Hut oh, I long to see ones more My father's old Broplac?: To waten the shadows Bicker o'er My mother's ?rhltely saude I door, Ami round the ceiling race! l'lusepatent parlor stoves are tine, Anil charm away the chill With windows whence tho light may shine The room with cheer to lit!. Kerne people love to in is'...

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