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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 February 1891

THE DEAREST.PLACE, *yoti know where earth eeems doaroit, Your heart has told you this; TVhero hen von bends down tho nearest^ Your waiting soul to kiss. - $' You know where cares aro lightest i And files are ovor fair; You know "whoro joys aro brightest? l The one you lovo Is there. "You know where hours ore fleetest ? And fairest pleasures dwell; .You know where fields are sweetost With rose and asphodel. "You know whoro kindly graces Strew blossoms o very whoro; "Your heart knows where that place ls-i The ono you lovo is there. ?Chicago Herald, ? SALLAM'S BURDEN. ET EVELYN THORPE. . "Whoo Hallaui had secured his luggngo at the Custom House ho drove to a hotel and registered in tho namo under which ho had taken his passago from England. After that ho walked about tho city casually for an hour or two. Tho noxt day he inserted an advertisement In ono or two papers. Replies camo to tho samo in largo num? bers speedily. Hallam selected ono out of tho many, singling it out at onco as mo...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 February 1891

SOUTH HUN' TlAHlBlt'.' " lu the ?great sweep pf Southern territory south of the Potomac are 200,300,000 acres of timber land, bearing all the species of wood to be found bei ween th? Rocky Mmm tams and tbo tropics.; and some even of tropical growth. Ho simi? lar area on tho loco of tho globe bears the same variety of forest growth, nor anything like the same variety of the perfectly developed timbers of commerce. Maine has her pineries, North? ern Wisconsin dud Minnesota thoir pineries, California her red wood, aud Oregon her pineries, Washing? ton, Wyoming and other North? western territory their peculiar growths, all good as far as they go, while some of them are mar? vels of colossal growt h. The Mid* die States, north of tho Potomac, and Ohio Rivers, in a hue parallel with Illinois and reaching west? ward from the Atlantic into aud J through Missouri, were orice heav-1 ily timbered, but the t imber has beeu so thinned out I hat there is I but little left for coimneicial pur? pos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 February 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iu Advance.) By mail, poBtngo paid, ono ye; ri SLGO By mail, postage paid, six mom, i-;, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. . Entered at tho Tazowoll C. H. (Va.) postoUice as second cluss matter. L??'dL AjYD GENERAL A EWS BRIEFS. fresh sail at Brittain & Groov? er's. Tho weather is now becoming fa vora'ile for tbo aforementioned spring boom. Mi'. Wiu. G. Harrisson,of Buchan? an & Harrissou, has returned from the eastern citieB. Tho Southwest Yirginian, pub? lished at Tacoinu, has become tbe Sun at Wise 0. H. Brittain & Groover bave in stock au iinmenso quantity of fresh salt convenient to tbo custom. U. S. Deputy Marshal Daily cap lured on the train at tbo depot tbo notorious moonshiner Juo. Champ. Senator Quay, at a late day, do uies tbe charges of bribery, cor nip tiou, &c, so uuiversally made agaiust him. Iu the death of General Sherman and Admiral Po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 February 1891

9*_'-? .?l^'m"' According to the Tima-Democrat, Ehcy do soino things on a largo scalo In :fiouth America. .Er-Prcsidc.ut Celmon, ?of Argentine, lott tho bank nt Buenos Ayres, whore ho did business, with a deficit of $11,000,000. Tho island of Tristan, in tho south At? lantic, is inhabited by eighty pcoplo, tho -patriarch of the party, Peter Green, a veritable Hobinson Crusoe, having bcou thcic for fifty-two years. Ho has just sent a letter complaining that somo of the grown-up children show a desiro to leave their lovely island home. There are now under consideration two projects, which if carried out, predicts the Commercial Adcerliser, will havo an immense effect on tho trade of Franco Tho first is tho project of making Pans into a pOrt by canalizing the Seine, so that sea-going vessels can innko tho pas? sage from Uavro to Paris. Tho second proposal is for tbo construction of a canal to connect the Mediterranean with tho Bay of Biscay, with tho intention of in :torccpting a great...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 February 1891

MAKE THE BEST OF IT. Whatever fate may choose to bring Mako the best of It; There's some good la overy thing? i Make the beet c* tt. Do not sit and sadly sigh, "Waiting for a cloudless 6kyw Fortune favors those who try Make tho best of It. L?'e has joy for ovryono? Mako the best of it. ?Clouds to-day, to-morrow sun? v Mako tho best of it. Fate will better things provide If you'll patiently abide; . Look upon life's sunny side?? Mako tho beat of tt. ' ?Chicago Post. A-Sung and the Pirates, BT CHARLES E. IJIUMDLECOM. A-sung was a Chineso boy who lived in "the farming villago of Woo-kuh near the "Choo-Keang or Pearl River, about fifteen miles below Canton. His father belonged to tho highly esteemed class of Nung or .farmers. i A-sung was one of tho brightest schol? ars, in the village school. But A-sung's father was poor and had many children, : so he felt compelled to tnko his son from -school to savo the expense, nnd also that he might have his holp in tho paddy .field. A-sung was in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 February 1891

Clinch Yaiky News. ?" important" notice. U. S. Matisiial Tsizow ell [.'s Office, ") l c. a., va., y Fob. 11, 1890. ) I havo tbo mouoy to pay tbo fol? lowing named witnesses, who were in attendance at tho May term, 1SS9, of tho U. S. Court at Abiugdoh, Vir? ginia. Parties holding theso ccrtifieatos will confer a groat favor by forward? ing them to this oliico at once, ns I will Boud a check at onco for tho money, Isnac Paton, David Mnhou, of "Wytbe county, Va, Audrow Wolf, Campbell Wnldron, J. C. Waldron, William Wilson, Rus? sell couuty, Va. Petor Ponton, N. K. IIamlott,Tnzo wull county, Va. W. M. PeudlotOii, Asa Cox, S. L. Cox, W. L. Porter, Wui. Fiuley, Jr., Scott couuty, Va. George Loftus, John LoftuS; Lee couuty, Va. J. Gr. Watts, V. U. Marshal. California will spend throo bun died thousand dollars on her exhibit at the Worid'a Fair. It. will enable her to make a magnificent, showing, nud it will bo worth millions to bur as au attraction and advertisement. Virginia must bo adequ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 February 1891

77 Cliiich Valley News PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year Si.GO By umil, pu.-sUtgo paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Eutorcd at the ToeowoU C. II. (Vu.) postofllco as second class matter. Announcements. Wo aro authorized and paid to aunouuee W. L. Stephens as a candidate for Com? missioner of tho Rovenuo iu Clear Pork ^District. Election, May 28, lb?l. ^Vo aro authorized and paid to announce Shell ns a caudidiite lor Commi-ituon ^ho Rovenuo iu Cloar Fork Listriet, ph, May 28, 1891. 14L AND GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS. The February term of County Court is in session this week. Mr. T. U. Wickhani, of Pocahon tus, wns iu town during tho week, ^fudge Hol brook, of Wythoville, was in attendance on County Court. On M-areh 7th. the Indians will givo au cntcrtainmon t at the Opera House. Prof. D. V. Price is again unwell and was compelled to ab<jtaiu from school labor. Tlio tdiipmenls of Pocahontns...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 February 1891

All Europe will long remember the winter of 1890-'91 as the worst of the ?entury._ The Cincinnati Enquirer estimates tliat In tho last fifty years over #100,000,000 In cash has been raised to teach tho Afri? can to lovo bis neighbor as himself. It is said that the city of Boston is compelled to pay on an average $15,000 a year ou account of injuries sustniucd by people who meet with uccidents on iho sidowalks. . Professor Huxley says that tho most of tho diseases among the laboring popula-' j tion of tho manufacturing and trado centers of all civilized countries aro ow? ing to underfeeding. I ??Montana claims by analysis that he. Bugar beets are tho sweetest in the wide,' jspdc world," observes tho "Washington Star, "and that enterprising young State proposes to go into the sugar industry and ecb'pse creation." The Governor of Texas cannot mako both ends meet on a salary of $4000 a year. Governor Ross duriug his term ofi office bad to s;ll a farm to help pay his living expenses. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 February 1891

CURIOUS PACTS. There ore about 350 clubs In New York City. Fnnouil Hall, Boston, was built in ?1742, burned in 1761 and won rebuilt in 1763. ' An Enstport (Mo.) man, aged sixty, seven, can outskato all tho boys in tbi town. Gold and silver coin is washed in two of the London clubs beforo it is handed to members in change. Two soft-shelled eggs connected b3 ligament of the same material as the shell were laid the other day by a hen in Paw Paw, Mich. The best dressed men in Europe ar< having their trousers cut two incite* longer than they havo nny xvso for and turning them upi As early as 1623 a number of trading posts were established in what is now ;Ncw Hampshire, and from these several settlements sprung. Of 50,000 guesses of tho weight of a cake of 6oap on exhibition in Detroit, Mich., four, strange to soy, were correct. The "weight was 1122 pounds. Of the 12,000 miles which form the land girdle of China 60CO touch Russian territory, 4800 British territory, aud only ?40...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 February 1891

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - FEB. 27. 1891.1 VIRGINIA'S NEW CAREER. Great Industrial Upheaval. , The activity shown in the founding of new industrial sites, with the nwukouiug in older cities in Virginia, is but the beginning of a career whoso influenae must be folt through out tbo country. Virginia is just commencing to lako her placo of j'i'oiuiucnco among the Stales on the strength of hor immense possessions of tho chief material of industry. \Yliy sbo has not taken this placo long ago; why sho is not tho equal of Pennsylvania today in iron manufac? ture, is duo to no fault of nature, but | to the bout of her oast social nod in? dustrial development. She has tho material in perhaps double tho amount possessed by Pennsylvania, p.nd, but for tho narrow strip of lor ritory occupied by Maryland and West Virginia, she nud Pennsylvania I would bo Bistor States. Facts (hat, it is desirable to recognize cannot bo; repeated too often, nud wo may again call to notico tho mngniticent fue...

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

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iu Advance.) By mall, postage paid, one year 81.50 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .75 Advertising rates furnished ou appli? cation. Entered at the Tazewoll C. H. (Va.) poatoffice as second class matter. Announcements. "We aro authorized and paid to auu ounce "W. L. Stephens as a candidate for Com? missioner of the lievcnuo in Clear Fork District. Election, May 88, lb91. We are authorized and paid to anuonnco O. D. Shell ana candidate for Commission? er of tho Revenue iu Clear Fork District. Election, May 28, 1891. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS. Gen. Sherman leffc llo will, and 'taia estato is said to bo v?ry small. Wall street has rai8e*6ffo0,000 for the late Secretary Wiudom's fam Mr. T. W. Walthal, of the Lynoh bury "Advance,1' was iu town yes terday. Miss Lucile Spindle, of Chris tiansburg, is visiting relatives at the Seminary. - There was nothing particularly Jamb-like about this March iu its coming in. jHr...

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

THE DROOK'S SONO. Through all tho drifted snows That All tho woodland nock, In lisping music flows The dark, unllllod brook, "VVhllo winding swift along. Upon its icy way, its song is but the song It sang iu rosy May. Ab, happy brook, to sing, While winter days dopart, Tho inolody of spring .That ripples iu its heart I IJ. K. Hfunkittrick, in Harper's Weekly THE LOST^DIME TIT JENNIE I\ ARNOLD. I was sitting in tho parlor of a Now York frioud,indulging iu an aftor-dinuor chat, when tho subject of horse car strikes was mentioned and my friend re? marked: "I bolievc I understood both eides of the story protty well, for I was conductor on tho ? nvenue lino for near? ly a. year." "You a conductor I" I 3aid in surprise, 4,I never knew that before, but then," I added, "as our acquaintance extends cnly over n little moro thnn two years you might havo been a highwayman be? fore that for all I know to the contrary." "I hardly think a car conductor can bo clussed with that fraternity, though p...

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

WOMAN'S WOULD. PEASANT IjIXEHATURK i/OK FKMININK HEADERS. ^ DEAVER "CKAYAT8." Decided oddities iu furs arc the beaver ."cravats," which soruo ot tho fashion- | jablo girla aro wearing. Thoy are made .of the actual pelts, with two or three ! tails added and tho head left on ono of ! thc polts. This head fastens in front, land, whilo it is not particularly orna [mental, it indicates that tho beaver is jtho genuine article and expensive. Al iloged beaver cravat3 can bo had for a [few dollars, whilo tho genuiue articlo fcosU ?50 orrnoro. ;feathers always TiiK rnorurt .thino. j It nlways delights tho female heart [when feathers are in vogue. This season .jthoy aro used ou oil garments, from tho jtea gown to tho outsido wrap and hat. jThis fonducss for feathers is not to bo ?wondered at, for they arc always becom? ing. A pretty girl in a large hat, with iblack ostrich feathers is twico as fascin? ating ns wjth any other style of hat, and ? trimming of feathers about the neck of Jan older ...

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

h i ch ^per'/? Ne'ws. Fttl DAX, - - ilAROH 6. 180f. A HISTORY OF THE YEAR. Showing tub Squvh to bk Rai> IDLY AUViASOING. Nowhere shoul(| the. first sun beams of the new year hnvo hail n move gladdening in oil puce tliuit over tbo wide territory ty'Mie South. They meant the bcgiuiiug of a year of promise, tho-Virecursor, it is hoped, of a long poried of en largenirig prosperity. Tlii South shares with tlic country in It most fit vornhin outlook at thiA tiino, but its own prospects are especial ly bright. Of late, financial Itroiib les originating in Englanl and reacting on tbo interests oV tins country, have caused sundry Bisas tern, have given in many quarters a trying time, and have cretitul mi uneasy feeling not nltogetherldis polled. No doubt the cricis would have been more severe but Cor It hi* very .healthy ccudition of tho Mad ing interests of the country?with crops commanding good pritcs, trado uetivo and manufacturers busy. While Southern cities hsjve been the lea...

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

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF S?BSORII TiON: (Iu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ono year ?1.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising ratos furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazowoll C. II. (Va.) postoitice as secoud class matter. Announcements. nro authorized and paiil to announce "W. L. Stephens as a candidate for Com missioucr of the Rovouuc iu Clear Fork District. Election, May 28, 18?1. Wo aro authorized aud paid to nnnotmce O. D. Shell as a candidate for Commission? er of tho Revenue in Clear Fork District. Election, May 28, 1S91. LOUdL AND GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS, The nobbiest lino of neck wear in the county, at I. Frank & Co's, A few lines of the celebrated Hess shoes, lit I. Frank & Co's. 25U0 spring samples of suitings just received at I. Frank & Co's. Judgo S. C. Graham returned last week from a business trip to Florence, A In. Don't forget that I. Frank & Co., arc ottering bargains ...

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

The lato report of the Illinois Superin? tendent of education brings out tho fact that insliuction is still being carried on in 114 log schoolhousos in that State. One reason why Now Mexico is settled so slowly, suggests the Now York World, jig that tho great majority of land grants ard bold by native Mexicans, one Don Sometimes owning an eutlro county. It is a pleasant rumor that the Russian Czar intends to havo tho Koran revised and expurgated for the uso of his Ma? hometan subjects. It will take his mind off Siberian subjects, believes the Boston ) Transcript. Baron Rothschild has urged English "high schools to pay more attention to tho teaching ot living languages. Ho claims ithat English clerks qualified to corre? spond in French nnd English aro great 'rarities, aud that English merchants uro obliged to employ foreigners to attend to 'their foreign business. Out of the 5560 postoffices established in 1890,2628 wcro in Southeastern States, ?and out of seventeen Presidential offi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 March 1891

JUST THE MAN FOR. THB PL!VCK. 1 The wealthy man is of tea tho most bur? dened. Bomaamos I wish I could Bud a, man to take too responsibility aud duties of my fortuno off ray hands.?Jiusstll Sage inarp ?cenf interview. If you sought a warrior, a son of Mars, Who should come through the glare of tho cannon's flamo With a glorious namo that should shine liko the stars . On the azure field of a deathless fame; It you wiEhed me to find him, well, I'd con? fess That I folt myself unprepared for tho chare?, -My acquaintance with men of this measure, I guess, For obvious reasons, is not very large. -If you sought a man who could found a State, ; And grow on empira out of his brain, "Who would steer the rudder of stubborn fate ' Through the whirlpool swash of an un tried main; If you wished mo to find and to Introduce ' This chap to tho public to rnako his bow, I would liko to oblige, but would have to re? fuse, -----. ( For he's not very numerous just now. - It" you wanted a man who could w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 March 1891

CJin^ii Valley News. FHlD.V'i\ - : MA1UIU 18. 1801. NEW ENGLAND AND THE SOUTH. All tilings considered, the most en? couraging indication of the progress which the South is destined to mnko iii the course of the uext decade, is ^the increasing attention winch its re? if sources are now attracting in the wealthiest and most prosperous com? munities of New England, notably iu such a centre as Boston. It is uot an exaggeration to Bay that tho rapid growth of tho Wost during tho la*t forty years, u growth unexampled iu tho history of the world, i? in the largest measure due to tho enormous investments of New England capital, which have been made iu every part of that section in tho form of rail? roads, tho erection of tow us und the equipment and improvement of land ed properties taken up under the homestead law. This outllow of capital from New England to the Western Slates has not slackened since tho hitter divi? sion of tho Union 1ms reached a very high sti.to of development. Divo t t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 March 1891

m Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. " TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Id Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year 81.60 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .76 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tazewell C. H. (Va.) postofRco as second class matter. Announcements. We nr? .authorized and paid to announce W. L. Stephens as a candidate for Com? missioner of the Revenue in Clear Fork Distriot. Election,.May 28, 1801. Wo are authorized and paid to announce C. D. Shell as n candidate for Commission? er of the Revonue iu Clear Fork District. Election, May 28, 1891. To tho sovereigns of Taze well County, Va., Gentleman; I taue this method to announce myself a candidate, to bo elect? ed CommiBsiouer of the Revenue, of Joff ornouvillo District, and I hereby ask your support. Election May 28th. 1891. Bamukl Cboukett. LOCAL AND GENERAL NE WS BRIEFS. Toestlay next 1b county court day. Tho nobbiest line of neck wear in *the county, at I. Frank & Co's, S. 8....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 March 1891

r For tho first time the United States^ last year produced moro pig iron than Great Britain. i Lafayplte 0011030 at Eastdto, ?onn.? !proposes to givo ono student from each 'cauntj a year's freo instruction la road .building. > ' f According to the Son Francisco Exam* intr, the most notable thing in the liter* 'try world during tho last year is the tibi '*enco of any really notable production-' Massachusetts is now the most dcnsolj populated of all tho States; ??still room, remains for a million or moro of inhabii tants in Boston and its vicinity," rciuarlq the hospitablo Transcript. ;..The United States docs woll, thinks tho San Francisco Chronicle, to go in f?i the making of light machine guns. They havo proved a terror to tho Indians and ?will be such to any enemy we may meet' The lalest" fad~rn~iK"cufo ?r corisunip? ?ion is tho injection of the blood of goataj because these hardy animals nover bavtj 'any lung disease. "On this principle," comments tho San Francisco Chr...

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