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

A. LYRIC FROM THE JAPANESE, Tho maplo litts her head. Crowned with autumnal red, Whllo I, who love the girl, J?iung>i for thu biggest pearl, Under tho vrnves. And up in tho caves, Whcro stormy billows curl, And tho angry waters whirl! "Wert thou a pearl," she cried, As I hurried to her side, "I would clasp theo on my arm, } For a magical charm, ? That liko the glowing sun ?? "When tho summer day is don?, Aud rls?s the cold white moon, Wo might part?but not too soon! "For liken stream that finds Tho way it must retrace; Or like the pathless winds That havo no abiding place, Upon my lonely bed. With tho bride-wreath ou my head, I wait tby tirst embrace 1 ?Ii. //. Stoddurd, in N Y. Independent, PITH AND_ POINT. No news is bad news?to editors. Tho English race?After American girls. Every dog lias his day and the cats ESem to bo quarroliug over the uigh's.? Life. Tho bears nro probably responsible for the squeezes ou tho Stock Exchange.? Puck. Tho man who marries n widow knows...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 December 1890

alloy News, DEO 12, 1890. ?Ul'Li.'J-L.'.gS? IJVD GENERAL * W S BRIEFS. - at tbo Nhws ofiieo. H yourself at Frauk's clothing hin?, plusli gnods, sets, books, Sc., at I. C. Dodd's. K have a stemrr launTlry to .start with, late in making your presents at Dnt'id's. prices on poods for trees nt [, C. Dotld's. stunts preparations uro iu And shopping is tho order of >>y. ^Got ready for Christinas. You it foe,' rcadiy; until you have vis ~l>ojld\. ^willies, nuts, fruits, cook, its, Jfcc., nt I. C. Dodd's fresh and wliolcsonie. [?, Supt. of the Eu rbich Mr. R. in town jot af TO OUR CUSTOMERS ! Wo ore again ready to show you through our iinraonso Our F ?1 ???"L- ? OR SALE. TWO CHOICE DON'T SPEND A DOLLAR is by far tbo.lnrgost and aud size. Iu most complete wo havo ovor bad?Day Stato aud Carlislo Shoes in almost every stylo wo nro in a slinpo to lend, as we havo always done?ocpecinlly in DRESS GOODS. Wu aro.Second to none in tho wny of CLOTHING AND FURNISHING G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 January 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year, 81.50 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered ut the Tazowell C. H. (Va.) postoltlco as second class matter. "lOC?L^A^D ~GEJiERAX JvEWS BRIEFS. Pc Busk Bros, have put roller process machinery in their flour mill at Glade Spring. Tho Viaduct Construction Co. will, it is stated, establish bridge works at Max Meadows. A special term of tho Tazewcll county Circuit Court, Judge Bolen presiding, began Monday last. Negotiasions are pending for tho establishment of a shoe and wagon factory in Max Meadows. Emil Garsten, of Now York, has purchased a site, and will, it, is re? ported, erect a furuituro factory in Richmond. A $10,000 company has been or? ganized to purchase and remove to Clifton Forgo the Stauuton Val? ley Virginian. The Cliftou Forge Woolen Mills Co. has completed the erection of its woolen mill, and is ready to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 January 1891

?- Among tho Scandinavian countries, Norway is tho most generous in tho sup? port of missions. jj Tho Commercial Merchant says wc aro A nation of coffco drinkers. Wo import from South America 525,000,000 pound3 'annually. Thousands of miserable city waifs, says the Philadelphia Christian Standard, only know tho green grass as something to "keep oS" of. - Steam trains have tho right of way in the streets of Chicago, and tho cumber of lives lost in consequence during the past four years is said to have been moro thau one thousand. ,< Fashionable, entertainments have been enormously extravagant ia London this season. Sovcral have cost between $30, 000 and $40,000. Tho flowers for a bachelor party cost $5000. , Insubordination among tho English soldiers doing garrison duty has occurred so often of lato as to alarm the timid and to give the sensational newspapers ma? terial for very long editorials. h Tho New Orleans Times-Democrat says: ?'Pennsylvania has been one of tho larg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 January 1891

SM ITH V SONG. When I am half a-Jreaming And only half asleep, ~*4."Wheu daylight's grayest gleaming >W 'Gins through tha blinds to peep, W Oh, then I hear tho dinging CI tho smithy hammers ringing, Clung chlng, chtng chtng, Ching cblng, chlng chlng. At eve when I'm returning From labors of the day. Their forges yot aro burning. And still their hammers play.' And oft tho smiths aro singing To that measured,merry ringing, Ching ching, ching ching, Chiug c'aing, ching ching. Often with rhythmic bonding Of bodies to and fro, Thoy toll iti couples, sending Tho sparks out, blow on blow.. o119 hammer always swinging TIid whllo tha other's ringing, Ching ching, chingching, Ching cblng, ching chlng. Oh mirry anvils soundiug All day t(ll cat of sun! It is by steady pounding That noblest tasks aro done. By sturdy blows aud swinging, That keop tho world a-ruiglng, Chiug chlng, ching ching, Chtng chlng, chiug ching. ?George Horton, in Chicago Herald. PITH AND POINT. Milkmen ought to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 January 1891

"SOUTHERN . INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. ? It is iv remavk&jilo fact that the ro c^ut ?'tmncifil', mid business disturb unces'seein to huvo had leas perma? nent effect on the'South than oil any other section oii, iba country. It iB truo that tlio tradeand industries of the South Jolt the* iufluonco of the pauio severely. Sivornl luigo fail? ures occurred at Southern centers within the past two* months.- This general financial slringeiwy'; coming at- u time when tho largest cottou-l crop tho SojjjLh_over^jir(iduciid vvus! being/novi d und ifini RGf?Tl, created /?tT-liftlo difficulty. Bii'ti'at tho same time, it would set-in that b?uking in? terests south of Mason andVDixon's liuc are in good coudition, and thut the general business interests there nro abovo tho uvcrago of mercantile health. This is all tho move surprising, bo cause for the past four or tivo years the nmtorial and manufacturing de? velopment of the South has pro gi cased at so rapiden pnoo. Coal, irou and oilie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 January 1891

Clinch Yalley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. . TERMS OF~ SUBSCRIPTION: (Iu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year, ?1.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on nppli "cation. Entered at the Tazewell O. H. (Va.) postoillco as second class mutter. LOCAL AND GENERAL j\EWS BRIEFS. The Farmers' Alliance has per? fected a good organization in Taze? well. Mr. J. S. Ohatwell is still iu Wythovills where there is illuess in his family. Two enrortainineuts will be given at the Seminary, oue to-night, the other to morrow night. The special term of circuit court, is still in session. County court '?will begiu Tuesday next. .Her. Mr. Doggctt, of the Pres? byterian church, will have for his subject, Sunday a. m., "Is there a Hell." ? J. N. Harm an, Esq., was in at? tendance upon the Keal Estate Agents' convention, in Koanoko, this week. Judge James Kelly, of Tazewell O. H., is hero with his son, Dr. J. W. Kelly, who is still very low with fever.?Scott Banner. Mr. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 January 1891

^Franco claims to havo sovcnty-six mil? lionaires. ' ? {CTho Roy. Dr. Storm, of Now York city, tays that tho principal duty of tho fcoilego president theso days is to get money for tho college. Peoplo who oro alarmed about hypno? tism should recollect, advises tho Atlan? ta Constitution, that no person can ho hypnotized for tho first time against his Will. Nobody is in any danger so long as ho is unwilling to submit to o hypno? lie operator. y The contennicl of tho discovory of coal In Pennsylvania will be celebrated in September next year. It was a hunter named Philip Gintor who mado tho dis? covery on Mauch Creek Mountain, in Carbon County, and therefore tho pro? posed monument will bo dedicated to his memory. Tho Hudson's Bay Company is selling pff its lands in the Northwest, and di? viding the proceeds among tho stock? holders. Mild winters and changes in fashion hive depreciated the value of the furs in its domain, und dealers havo largo* quantities on hand. Tho com? pany's lan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 January 1891

THE PHONOGRAPH. LMPEttOR WXIiMAtVl 10 X A MIX KS 1'UfcJ CUKIOUS INSTRUMENT. intcreatliif; Experience or Inventor lOUlson's Lieutenant Bcforo Gor manr'e Hoyal Family?Kaiser AYilliam'sMcouiuicalSklU. A. T. E. Wangeinan, Edison's lieuten? ant in cburge of the phonograph, had Bomo highly interesting cxperieuccs dur? ing his recent tour of Europo with that curious instrument. While tho machino jvns on cxhihtion in Heidelberg a de? spatch came from Emperor "William, of Germany, requesting Mr. "Wangomtfn to bring tho phonograph to the palace at Potsdam. It whs arranged that the interview Bhould take place at 7 iu tho evening in one of tho privato chambers adjoining tho great dining hall. Tho Emperor "(greeted his visitor cordially and without formality. There were present also tho Empress, one or two court ladies, and two or threo Adjutants of the Emperor^s persoual staff. Tho Kaiser impressed Mr. Wangemnu at onco as a man of extraor? dinary force of character, keen percep? tions, and rema...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 January 1891

Clinch Viiiioy News. V'KU>A>\ - - -JAN 23. I80l. "?W?BD TO THE V/EST. Tho Commercial Club, at a recent meeting, discussed the proposition of making ?ri'effe?rt t o indueo souio of tho dissatisfied settlers in the Western States to como to this sec tiou. lu this connection it would bo well to present to them tho follow? ing comparison of tho two seclious, taken from tho Manufacturers' Rec? ord : ik tuu west and southwest. Indian wars. F'irmerj being scalped. People flying from their homes. The deadly blizzard. Fivo successive orjp failures. Want aud starvation. A hopvlesa load ol dobt. Western products: Wheat and, corn Low p.ices. No borne markets, and remote froin the great centres. Ilurnod up live mouths and frozou n]> ?even. Out-door work onlj four or five months of the year. Treeless expanses of sand bill-i and sage brush. A hotorogoi cons population. Furnace going out of bloat. Nothing to build on. ltalliroads cutting rules for what littlo bufttl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 January 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TjTrMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advanco.) . By mail, postage paid, one year, $1.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tuzewoll O. H. (Va.) postotBce as second class matter. LOCAL ?N?TGt?ERAL J\fEWS BRIEFS. County roads in every direction are deep with mud. Mr. It. Izard, of the Eureka Gas Coal Co., went to Virginia City yes tertlay. All parts of tho county were well represented at the present; term of county court. See change in tho advertisement of Messrs. Buston & Sou, the sue cessful grocers. Mr. A. T. Buchanau was taken suddenly ill, Tuesday, at his home in Thompson's Valley. The indications arc that Ingalls will be returned to the D. S. Senate front Kansas after all. Capt. T. ?. Blair, of Roauoke,and a party of northern capitalists, were in town a few days since. New York hns had another fear? ful storm und nearly every tolo graph wire entering the city was down....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 January 1891

There were in operation In the South ' 1889-90 as many as 1,62-1,335 spin The cost of maintaining tho polico dc. ' ;rtmcnta all over tho Uuitcd States ia bout fifteen million dollars a year. Osruan, of Cavallovit, Turkey, is prob bly tho oldest man in tho world, tie ' is documents to prove that ho has lived | 160 years. Ono of the longest electric railroads in process of construction ia that between' Seattle and Tacoma, in Washington. It' j is forty-two miles long. According to tho Chicago Herald th\ next House of Representatives will have the Iargfest party majority in tho history of thv> American Congress. During tho last fifteen years the on rolled military force of tho leading Eu? ropean nations has doubled. There aro 'now 11,000,000 mon in Europe ready to be called into the Sold. Miss nallio Horwitz, of New York, ?who is heiress to half a million dollars, is unusually handsome and very clever. At an early age she is said to havo won a $50 prize offered by tho Philade...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 January 1891

AN OFFICE THAT SEEKS THE MAN. Xivt Irlluloo to Liberia Gennrally a rail* port to ?:torQitT Tbo Rot, Dr. Alexander Clark, of Missouri, has been a prominoot iiguro in colored society hero ia Now York for ibe last oonple of weoks. Prosidont Harrison has just appointed him Min? ister to the black Itepublio of Liberia. It may soom a strongo thing to say, but it is true, ovon in this era of strife for -official place, that the sum in is trat ion has found it difficult to fill the j oaition given to Mr. Clark, although the salary .attached to it is 95,000 per annum. 'There woro scores of applicants for the place, all of thorn colored men, but few, if any of them, possessing the requisite ?qualifications. It may be consolatory for the unsuccessful fellows who have had to stand aside for Mr. Clark's ap? pointment to know that the than who .has won tho place will probably need a ?-enocosaor before a year or two is ovor. 'The fever season generally kills with -certainty along that part of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 January 1891

ch Valley News.) L?,. - - JAN 30. 1801. uenraebu of tho South to ay centers and to inouied men is j ivoroble feature iu the history of elopmoufc in that section. As tod by tho Virginia Manufacturer, >rder to mako money tho supply of tho commodity muBt bo noar at baud. .The geographical position of tho South and her railroad facilities rjdace l>er in close proximity to ..the commercial centers of the East,where capita! is gathered and plans of in? vestment are projected. New York, IPhiladelphia, Baltimore nud Bostou, by having easy access to this newly opensug territory, have aided and ac? celerated the prosperity of recent years. This convenient nearness and retnotooe?s are points iu favor of the South which, with other advantages, are attracting a cluss of uiou?youuj men?to its growing towns. * ? ? The recuperativo power of the South ia no where more prominent than in the steady, healthy growth of commercial values in tbo Old Do minion. Tbo record of Virginia'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 February 1891

PUBLISI1ED EVERY FRIDAY. , TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postago paid, one yoar, ?1.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates fumishod on appli outiou. Entered at the Tazewell C. H. (Vn.) ' p'ostoiBco as second class matter. LOCAL AND GENERAL % JV E WS BRIEFS. Mr. J. S. Clnitwell has returned from Wytheville. Two of tho coldest days of win tor occurred Uns week. Both schools have begun their second terms with good attend? ance. Brittain & Groover aro sole agents lor the celebrated Foster Kid Gioves und their stock is com plete. At the tinio of going to press Dr. J. W. Kelly was much better than he wns lust week. Wo hope to see him out in a few days.?Scott Ban 1 ner. Mr. R. M. Lawson, of Barks Gar? den, purchased at tho sale of Sen? ator Lcland Stanford's trotting stock, in New York, a bay colt for ?1,750. Waiter Bud well, of tho firm of Bud well, Christian & Barbee, died very suddenly about one o'clock Thursday morning at his...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 February 1891

Tho Raituay A<& estimates that iail road construction this year will roach | ?000 or 6500 miles, against 3800 miler last year. There aro no less than twenty-seven ] cities and towns in Italy now under tho ,'rulo of brigands,' and oil tho local au? thorities arc ?ither sharing their plundor or so afraid of thorn that wtoy dare not interfere. Pecan nut farming is ono of tho grow? ing industries of tho Gulf States, notes >the Chicago Herald. After tho troes have enco begun to bear they involve no labor or expense, and yield, it is said, un in? come of $500 to $1000 an acre, accord? ing to the quality of tho nuts. Says tho New York Telegram: Our Government, ornothologist declares that a single pair of sparrows, if blessed with good luck, would in ten years attain a progeny of 275,710,983,098. Wo have tho sparrows here, and Australia will now pleace sing low about her alleged plaguo '^f rabbits. ??Twenty damsels of knowledge" ro-> contly got u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 February 1891

UDGET OF FUN. HUMOROUS 8X ETCHES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. ? Eines?Repartee?A Pjeer for ~T ttio Judg-c?A Mat ter-of-Fact Boy ?Baby's Eooks?Sweet Coull ^dence, Etc, Etc. * IM like to soli some pocmj^ The poor shyly sali Unto tho busy editor. Who sadly shook bis head. "I'll Bell them cheap," the poet -Went on, and glanced around. "All right," replied tho editor, 'Tilgive two cents a pound." ?Now York Journal. kefaktes. lo (slightly rudo)?"I called becauso ! thought you were out." 8ho (sweetly)?"Well, do you know, I thought I w03 out too. The maid must have thought you were some one else."? Bazar. . ? a poser for the judge. Judge?"You are accused of entering this man's store and stealing u package of photographs." Prisoner?"Judge, is thero any law against taking photographs?"?American Stationer. 1 sweet confidence. Mrs. Young?"I'm afraid my husband is killing himself with overwork." Mrs. Odds?"How ia that?" Mrs. Young?"Why, when we were first married ho always got home from tho office at f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 February 1891

Clinch Valley NewsJ FMlDAXi ~ FE Ii. (5 1891. POLITICAL MATERIAL. FOR SALE. - USELESS PaRAVHERNALIA.jOI' thb ?. O. 1*. to be Sold at Auction. Tho following circular "was dislrib uted at the Democratic celebration at Appleton, "Wisconsin: AUCTION I AUCTION! THE PEOPLE ?) against THE REPUBLICAN* PARTY, Defendant. . GROVER CLEVELAND, ATTORNEY fok tiik PEOrLK. BENJAMIN HARBISON, attorney Foil nil; DEFENDANT. By virtuo of the peremptory judgment duly rendered in tho ubovo entitled cause on Tuesday, tho 4tli day of No? vember, 1S00, there will be seid, with out reserve to the highest and bent biddor on the 3d day of March, loOl, the rouiainiug assets of said dofoud ants, to-wit: Ouu Second-Maud Party Machine; has been in uso ubout thirty years, was I originally built of splendid material aud intended for doing good work, j but has been entirely remodeled and changed during tho last twenty years. Tho owners of the machine wish to announce that in consequence of bad management they have rec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 February 1891

Clinch Valley News.| PUBL1SI1ED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ono y- srl $1.50 By mail, postage paid, six moi tin. .75 Advertising rates furnished pn appli? cation. Entered at tho Tnzowoll C. I.\ IVU.) postoIBce aB second olass inattor. LOCAL ?^bJgEJVe'^LI JV E \ysj1riefs. Circuit Court is still iu session. Fresh suit at Brittain & Groov? er's. Mr8. J. Stras is recovering from her recent illness. Prof. D. V. Prico, after rtu illness lusting abcut ono week, is improv? ing. Mr. T. II. Wicklnim, a pioneer of Pocuhoutas, was in our city this ?week. Sevend Tazewell people attended a ball at the Pooahoutas Iuu Tties: day uight. V Ajoiutctock company has been organized to develop iuo Narrows, ^Gile8 county, Yu. \ Mr. R. M. Baldwin, a former Tazewell boy, has been elected mar? shal of Blue?eld. 1 Messrs. Wm. und Jas. D. Harris son, attended by their ladies, are iu Washington city. Clinch Valley coal is now being do livored hero aud bur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 February 1891

IT IS WELL WE CANNOT SEE, When nnoifcor UTo is added To tho heaving, turbid nins.-; AVhen another breath of bel?g ? Stains creation's taralshcd g^asp; IV hen the flrsi cry, weak and piteous, -' Heralds long-enduring pain. And a soul from uon-cxlsionco Springs, that ne'er can die ngaln; When tb 3 mother's passionate welcome, ' Sorrow-ltfcc, bursts forth In tears, '.And n sire's self gratulnt'on Prophecies of f uiuro year.?, It Is well we canuot eeo What tho end will be. When Lkc boyupon tho threshold v UMiis'trll eoinprisin;; homo Tuts aside t'Si arm maternal T-hat unlocks hhn cro ho roan, When t'ao canvas of his vessel Flutters to tho favoring gale? Years of solitary oxilo Hid behind tho tunny sill? When his pulses bent with ardor And his sinews stretch for toil, And a hundred bold emprises Lv.ro him to that Ulstern soil, i) - , It Is well wo caumt soo !,? ?'?; What tho end stall be. "When tho altar of religion Greets the expectant bridal pair, And t'.:o vow that lnsta till dying Vi...

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