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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 September 1890

A. DESCANT. Whon spring comes tripping- o'er the lea And grasses start to moot bar, J? The.bluebird sing? .' "With quivering wing i / Brief rhapsodies to greet her, And dooms?fond minstrel!?none may be, The wide world over, blithe as he. And where the brooklet tinkles by. And the yellow snow-drop dances ^_ And wind-flowers frail j / And blood roots pale 1 Lift up appealing glances. The flute-voiced meadow-lark on high Sing*, '\Nono on earth is glad as I !'? Laughs Corydon, "Your hearts are bold, Yet littlo ye can measure, Poor, silly birds. Spring's sweetest words. Or guess at my proud pleasure. When Phyllis comes, and all tho wok', For sudden joy, buds into gold", ?Florence Earle Cocttes, in l.ippincott. THE PIRATES OF BORNEO From Singapore, situated nt tho ex? treme cud of the Malay peninsula, the Chitm Sea to the north for four hun? dred miles is studded with islands. They number, great nud small, a good hundred. Some of them arc not more than ou acre in extent, and some arc fif?...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 September 1890

OF ooiTsisTiira oif 9 9 SHOES, HATS AND CAPS AND FURNISHING GOODS. Not simply to reduce stock but to close out busness entirely My stock has been well kept upland, as this sale is to enable me to make change of business, such prices may not for years fall ?? Ithe lot of the public. This sale is of everything and the prices will warrant purchases even in Spring and Summer lines?where there is anythingleft. The majority of the goods, however, is just what the people are asking for daily. STE ISS. - WHILE., ' THE ? IIRO-NT XS lE-COTI at will get cold after I close out, aad every lick will bring sweat.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 September 1890

^liiich Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Tho LARGEST COUNTY PAPER published in tli" State of Virginia. In-, tondod not only to bo n local county pa? per but ulrio a representative of the ou tiro Clinch Valley couutry. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year, Sl.fiO By (nail, postage paid, six months, .73 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazcwoll C. IL (Vti.) postotticu as second class mailer. G KO. W. ST. CLA1R, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazkwbll C H., Va. Practices In the Courts of Ta/.uwcll nud adjoining Couutiea and in the Supreme Court of Anneala at Wythevllle. Particu? lar atteuliou paid to the collection of claims. ?til'ltoom 15, Stras Block. II, ? J ALDEKSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tazbwf.i.i.'C. II. Va. Will practice in tlio Courts of Tazewoll comity ninl the Court of Appeals at Wytho ' villa. Collocliug a specialty. Lands for sali ^jjil land titles exuinined. j. ii. fui.ton. 8, m. n. coulmkci, Lata Ciieuit .Tudgo. County .Indue....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 September 1890

f North Dakota farmers have discovered that their soil and climate are admirably Wlaptcd to growing barley. , The Government of the United States das at its disposal a vast domain of 100, DOO.OOO acres, which is now barren, but will be exceedingly fertile after irriga ^ion. v '_ f It is estimated that r>0,00l> horses now ?n use will before long be thrown upon the market, owing to the development of blectricity as a motive power. Othcc uses for horses will multiply. ' The Prairie Farmer is of the opinion that Germany is disposed to relax the Strict prohibitory regulations regarding American pork, providing the United States makes concessions favorably allect tug German imports. ' "It is not an unreasonable estimate to say," thinks Harper's Weekly, "that every day during this summer fl,0(10,000 Amer? icans will examine the columns of their favorite newspapers to sec the result of the professional ball games of the pre? vious day." The forests of Europe, according...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 September 1890

'?Blind cmLuiiEX.. "SUE GABLES THAT SIGHTLESS Li ITT Li E ONES CAN PLAY. ficforo BHiul CUildron Can Play In? door Unities Thoy Must Itn Ed? ucated?Chess and Check? ers? An Alphabet. The amusements.of blind children are ?necessarily limited in character aud few in number. Most outdoor sports cannot -bo enjoyed by them, nnd those games that are pluyed indoors differ largely from those of seeing children, cither in "their construction or iu their use. Oue reasou, perhaps, that there arc so few games for bliud children lies in the . fact that there arc very few blind cbil ?drcu to play games. Those who see have -an idea that all blind persons bavo beeti -accustomed to the loss of their eyesight ??all their lives. This is in reality very fnv from being the case. Superintendent "VYiIlium B. Wait, who has been in charge -of the New York State Institution for the Blind for over thirty years, told me the -other day that only five per cent, of the bliud arc born without eyesight. Sevcu per ce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 September 1890

Clinch Yailey News. FRIDAY. - - SEPT. 12, 1890. ;_jo r- __-z^r?? " MINNEAPOLIS. As will bo seen olsowhero there is to bo a great lot sulo at Minneapolis on tbo 17tb, 18th anil 19th instant. No one who has been tbero will for get tho beautiful town site near Wheeler's ford of Clinch liivor. Tbo properly was secured for town pur? poses long before any railroad was built nud socurod because of its un excelled advantages uot ouly of situ ntiou but of surroundings. The Clinch Valley Railroad is nl ready built to the placo and the Charleston, Cincinnati mal Chicago nlntost completed. Soino of tbo fin? est coal properties in. the Southwest nro iust across the river on tbo north while to thv south, east nnd wt-st l o! tlie richest and most thickly prp i j lated portions of KuksoII county. Much money and various industries have been secured for the place and few new towns have such bright prospects. At the time of this public, sale an immense crowd from all sections of the country will bo pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 September 1890

^.? inch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - SEPT. 12, 189?. LOCAL AND GEN E ll A L NE WS^RJEFS. Tlio tariff bill has passed. Ir. Ed. Dodd is in town. Mr. E. V. Spotts is np frooi Rich lands. ^\ Miss Lolia MoGowuu, of Mom phis, is visiting Mrs. Lyons. ? Odd sizes in clothing for largo and small figures at Frank & Co.'s. ? It. M. Pago and wife, of Abingtf don, arc visiting Mr. J. Y. Craw ford. Special trains will be run on the C. V. K R. during the Tazewell Fair. . t Dr C. W. Greever, of Grnlinilf) has about recovered from his dl ncss. Mi. W. G. Harrissou, of Buchau mi & Harrissou, is east buying fall stock. Misses Sallie and Rachel Pcery have gone to Murtha Washington 'Colloge. Miss Stella Strafe left Tuesday for ;/ session at Martha Washington College. Mis. Brittaiu, Mrs. Conlling and ,Mrs. Wilson are visiting at .Major Brittaiiis. Drs. Est ill and Gildersleove re? port an enjoyable occasion at the Mijfccn! Society meeting. BustOU & Son have just received s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 September 1890

' iVa Di E3 NOT COUNT BY YEARS. Lifo does not count by years? 'Tis ciremustanco that inuke; tho solid sum Of ou'.- existence'. Smiles aud tears. And hopes and fears, unhidden come. To some, a day seems but u Meeting hour? Where pleasure waits there is no till fbr tear*. To others, writhing 'noatb aflllctloo's power, A singla day is lengthened into years. Life does not count by years? The polished brow ils youthful look may hold. E'en while the heart, stung by tho cold world's sneers, Lies in the tortured Imisoiii sore und old. In tins grent world of mingled good und ill Philosophy's clear pago reveals t'i>> truth Thut, view life's stormy problem us we will, 'Tis our surroundings that make ?g? or ' youth. _finuci* Hf. Smith, in Aero I'or.'e Weekly. ?JOHN LONG'S SACRIFICE BY WILLIAM UAYAIIU HALB. It had been n bitter summer for John Long. At least, it ought to have been. Ii was a misi rsblc caret r, indeed, that ho regarded, if he cast his eye backward over Iiis ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 September 1890

j THE PARABLE OF HAPPINESS. A rich moo's goodly son did go ! Afar to Und true.happiness , ^1 He trucked the treasures of the sno w-. And Indus tracked. Tha stormy stress Of hill-set seas, the pence ot palm-set plain Ho searched and eager searched; yet cearcbod in vain. Tho hundred battered battle gates Of Thebes, the storied temple door Of Delphi, oracle of fates Or sacred shrine or holy store Of healing things he saw; yet day by day Grew care upon him like a mantle gruy. Still hnd he honors oft, aud great, Bor goodly was bis heart and koea His wit and gcnerouB his state, < And much his eager eyes had seen. Yet happiness came not; aud over all His ways and days there ever luy a pall And he grow fretted; cams to feel i That tnte had hounded him, he said: "Ali, cursed of Goaf'. His heart grew steel . . Aud stouc; and bitter- grew his bread. At last, outworn, he turned him, witli a sigh, To seek his childhood's home aud cheerless die. * - And there he sat him, nil apart, A m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 September 1890

SHOES, HATS AND CAPS AND FURNISHING GOODS. ? Not simply to reduce stock but to close out busncss entirely. \ My stock has been well kept up, and, as this sale is to enable me to make change of business, such prices may not for years fall the lot of the public. This sale is of everything and the prices will warrant purchases even in Spring* and Summer lines-?where there is anythingleft. The majority of the goods, however, is just what the people are asking for daily. STR IIKZEJ WHILE THE IS HOT I It will get cold after I close out, and every lick will bring sweat.

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

Jjiieh Valley News. PUBLISHED BVEKY FRIDAY. Nie LAUGEST COUNTY PAPER iblishcd in the State of Virginia. In tied not only to be a local county ua butuIaoH roproooutntivo oftlioou o Clinch % alloy count ry. FEUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: '.'ii Advance ? Uli, postage paid, ouu year, 51.60 mai1. postuga o.iid. si.m mouths, .7-> fercirihg rate* furubhcd ou uppli tercd at tli. TawjweSt C. I!. (Y?i.) >fH ?< second oiuss tnuttor. ATTOJINBY Vr LAW, TAZrfWEI.I.'.C 11. Va. Will pracitbsu in the Courts of Taxowell uunty mid tlie Court of Appeals nt Wytbe illo. Collocting a specially. Lnn.la for c and l.ii"! titles examined. EO. W. ST. CUA.fR, ATTOH N EY-AT -LAW, Tazewki.l 0. II., Va. Practices in the Courts of Tazowcll aud Itdjoiniug Oouutien und in the Supremo 36urt of Appeals r.t Wythevllle. Partiou ur attention paid to the collection of ilalnit.j. OTUBra IB, Blraa Block. . II'. PULTON. B. M. D. tlOtJI.MKO, Late Oitonit Judgo. County .Indue Wythevillo, Va. Tazowoll O....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 3 October 1890

jTgtauley ?stimntes the population o! 'iaJricn ut 250,000,000. The first Legislature of Washington eft the State to foot up hills of $1,000, 000 and over. The ucw State of Washington expects 10 have within twenty years n school hind of $20,000,000 froai her school lauds. _ The Superior Council of the Protestant Church of Prussia has issued a circular Instructing the clergy to rlcuouucc the ?ocialist movement. The recent purchase of 2000 Texas iccf steers for export to the City of ulexieo, seems to indicate that a de? mand for het'.er meat Is current there. At New Vork city it is proposed to >]ian North (or Hudson) River with a viaduct broail enough In carry sis stand lid-gauge railway tracks, and to cost (10,000,000. During tho last six years Sl'.'il women nave sought divorce in Prance as com? pared with 0900 men. Tea men and 165 women sought divorce while uuder twenty years of age. A wasteful slaughter of moose is said to be carried on upon the upper Ottawa River in Cana...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 3 October 1890

KETCH1N" ON BSHIND. I tell you, boys, it ain't na ? ? A'-ketchln' on b?hind; The steps you savo by that Vre res? Are steps you needn't mind. The man who walks with stoady stride, Ambition's swinging gait. Will reach the goal, while woe betieb The laggard who is late. fffir not the lash of keen satira Trh'it drives the ear ol fate: Ho shall not slip who shuns the mire, Forge on, nor pause to prate. 1 ieli you, hoys, jump off the cart yAnd put on extra speed; Let perseverance guide your heart And honor be your creel ?Pearl Eytinge, in Judge. PITH AND POINT, Taking things easy?Pickpockets. Half h loaf is belter than the dyspep? sia. "Shadows of a great city"?Detec? tives. "You make mc tired," said the wagon ?vhect to the blacksmith. "Confidence is a plant of slow growth;" ?but the bunco-man forces it?Puek. Necessity is the mother of invention; nud likewise the father of lies.?Puck. There is probably sand enough in the ?Sugar Trust to keep it up.?Picayune. "Thai's the end of my tale," a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 3 October 1890

Clinch Valley News. prIDax ? - Oct. 3, 1890. 1 " 'I "Uli1 1 i. -"T-^r-i MARSHALL TO SPEAK. Hon. Jas.'W. Marsball, of Crnig, better known us"Cyclone Jim," will address the voters of Tazowoll ut the Court. House on the first day of t he October term of County Court His oilier appointments in Tn/.o well are at Graham, Oct. 27th, ill night and ut Midway,' 29th, at 1 o'clock. WEST LYNCHBURG. There is a great boom on in the sale of lots of Ilia West Lyuchbiirg properly, the public sale occurring as we know during the Fair Iber?, next week. In it handsome |U'os|wctns just is? sued by the West Lyiiehbui'g Com puny, which is an association of New York; Philadelphia ami Vir? ginia'capita! isis, thi' following par? agraph rehiling to Lhe new ear line ' dttd lioti 1 appears : ' The "si reel i aili o\\iT " sysdc'ill' of " Ljnehhiiig is eoutloiled .by-this company; and, naturally, no pains or expense will he spared to make it u valuable adjunct to the proper? ty. The direct line will be rapidly c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 3 October 1890

TO OUR CUSTOMERS ! I Wo.arc- again ready to show you through our immense Bo by far the largest and ruo?t complete we bare over bad?Day State und Carlisle Shoes iu almost evory style Bind ibizo. Iu we are in a shape to lead, as wo huvo always done?ei pccially in DRESS GOODS. Wo aro second to none in thu way of CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS and will promise to snvo ycu nt least. 20 per cunt, if you will givo us an opportunity. We also cairy a large liuo of HATS AHO CAPS, QUEZttSWARE AND GROCERIES, But w^pride ourselves ou Dry Goods und Notious, Boots and Shoes and Clothing. BUCHANAN & HARISSON Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, OCT. 3, 18?0. Z?C4L and ge?'euJll j\ews briefs. Nice lino, of stat ionery at Pobst't?. Suit, yourself at Frank's clothing HtOlO. Tho stock exhibit wns a credit to tbo county. Gaud;-, nice ahd fresh, at II. \Y. Pobst's. Mr. W. K. Hewson was up from j Riuhluiids. I -Anything iu tho sweet line at H. \Y. Pobst's. Tlio Fair found Maxey Witten, of W. Va., at bis...

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

WAIT AWHILE. VVhen life's sky is overcloud^!, Pm k with heavy hours of care. Ami each view with gloom seems shrouded. Look around you?don't despair I Von shall yet ics these dissever, Bee once more the aunbeauis Bmilo, Patience perfect work has, ever; Wail awhilel If some wrong or grievance clearly .Sliould from us demand redress, Let us not, through anger merely, Yield to passion's rush excess. Hasty word- have often brought us After days hitter trial. And this maxim wire have taught 113 IVait nwhilol Don't, when idle tongues ure telling Rumor* false for aught you know. Be too uuick to aid them, swelling Scandalous reports that grow, Oft through slander's heartless sneerfni Virtue's self iscounted vile. Belter give eai ii one a livnring w'ait awhilel Slum COllteiltli " '? All our plea tire. Flee when angry |m?duns rise! Wisdom counsel* prudent nHMMires Calm debate alone |* wise. Ob, how many times exempted We might bo from Mirrow's trial It wo would, when rashly templed, Wnil awhil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 3 October 1890

A PERFECT DAY. "White roses are swaying And meekly displaying ?Their shell-fashioned petals* So fragile and cold. "While bluebirds are firing j "Whero alders are sighing. The minds on the wavelets ; The lilies unfold. O'er meadows the brightest Drift cloudlets the white?!, Down softest ami bluest Of summery skies. The apple tree twinkles, And in the air sprinkles Its blossoms that flatter l.iko white butterflies. The crystal brook gu-hes. The wild Bower blushes, Toe trailing arbutus Is pink ou the slop*; The valleys a-tremb!e, That Eden resemble, Are sunny and fragrant ? With ki.-s;-s of hope. Oh, hoars .-ereuc-t, The rosiest, greenest, Qokl-vesturetl and graceful As swims on ? stream! Our souls keep repeating; "Oh wherefore -<> Meeting, Like face- we only fan s< e ill a dream!'' It. K. Munliittrick; in 1 oulA's Companttm. THE WEDDING GIFT. "A package for you,'' said the denrest girl iu the world, UK she ran I or ward and brought me a a long, narrow ...

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

% DSM oo3srsxsTiisr<3- oif1 SHOES, HATS AND CAPS \ND FURNISHING GOODS. Not simply to reduce stock but to close out busness entirely. My stock lias been well kept up, and, as this sale is to enable me to make change of business, such prices may not for years fall he lot of the public. This sale is of everything and the prices will warrant purchases even in Spring and Summer lines?where thera is anythingleft. The majority of the goods, however, is just what the people are asking for daily.. f -fft will get cold after I close out, and every lick will bring sweat. fU ff ?2 M Si IS??

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 17 October 1890

i"?-' ' : '? ? ? ! ?.IU ' , t..V .IN. : i'.'i <\it,.-v reir.u'iiuMf:>.H< . -V Aj.~?V r>ariiiipni'llltiw r.-ORli coiiilniia V - J tic-? cf thU. statu '..ly :t:eni comes fo ?hand dally. Kvou > ???<?-?? deep-seated nntl btubborii eom ':" j'h.ints as ltiicu V nJiiti.su>, mioiitniv f? tic Guilt, und tliu '";'.' j like, are thorough ly eradicated by l !lu tute of this won-' durful alterative. Mrs. It. Irving Dange, 110 "West 1-?lh street, Now York, certifies:? '.? i n two yearn ago, alter sufforitig Ier.H'ly two years from rheuuutio "?''.:. being alllo in walk oiil.v with great '-'"tUfiirt, ami having tried' various ? !ies, hieliidhig mineral wafora, lent relief, f saw by nn advertise* i -i.'. in a U!|ieo:?ii paper that a man luul' i n V.'laiveil of ibis (listreusing coui kint, after |q)i!? suffering, by talcing' '* " '4 aj-ai-illa. 1 thnn decided to . ? > :M ? ? ?il '<f tlii.-, medicine, am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 17 October 1890

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY" ~~- OCT. 24, 189?| Democratic Ticket. Election, Tuesday, Koveoiber 4th, l?90. FOB CONGRESS ?NINTH DISTRICT, JOHN A. BUCHANAN, Of Washington County. "Tue spirit of Jofforsonian Demo. eracy i? synonymous with ?be' !y? liberty in its broadest and best sense; it deniaftds protection for tho poo>-, tho weak und iho humble; it con? tends for ccpml rights and privileges to a'l; it stands for manhood suffrage: it represents the toilers raiuer than the drones; it favo'-s eqral . taxation nnd a fair jopresentat'oo; it advocates the greatest possiu'o libeii.y to ibe individual citizen coosisleut with tbo public welfare; it opposes oppettslvo and sumptuary legislation: it" "be-1 lievos in iho fieedom of leligious opinion- it wnnts an honest ballot- it insists upon a recognition of - Iho Southotn Slates as a part of are stored Union, and not as conquered protlnco'*: it bales accLionalism, bv po" isy and fraud: it .'ove es the con stit.u?ou nnd loves'he Unio...

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