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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 2 July 1886

BrACE. 1 Inch SInches 8 inches 4 tuohea li column ^ column 1 polumn. 1 wk.ilmon.jS reo?. iOmcx. lOmos * too 8.00 3.0(1 4.0. e.oo 12.'0 2U.00 \ li.60 ? 4.0U 4 00 0.0 6.00'. 1??.0., 8 001 12 Ou1 f 6.00 0.0' uot 15.00 13 00 15.00 1S.IK? ai.00 15.00 ?>.00 S> 00 SO. ft) 25.001 &5.00I 5H.00| fill HI 13. U) 15.10 18.00 Marriage and Death notices not exceeding (< u Uaes will bo inserted free of chargo. fufctuorics will 1? charged at bolt of our advertising rates. Newspaper Laws. 1. Subscribe? .who do not give ex. pross noMco to the contrary are consid? ered as wishing- -to continuo their sab? Boriptibas. 1 If nibscribers ordor tbe discon? tinuance of their periodical the publish? ers may ooutinuo to 6end thorn until all arrearages nro paid. 3. "'-If enbscribers rotnse or negleot to take their nnper from the ofHco to which they ore directed they aro held respon? ?ible nntil they have settled their billa und ordered thorn discontinued. frROFESSlO M...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 2 July 1886

?liiich Valjloy News. . ?Mi - "*::\ J A.3Vr"E3 i?. 3T.bx.x.t, FRIDAY, - ? - JUrrZ 2, !8S? Dontli has stopped in nnd lomov (nI Romo of tli? Republican o?lciufci of the'New York Custom llouso. <\ good deal linn boon 8rti<! sibowl tlcutli but, say wlintyou will, ho is 110 Mug? wump. There is still too much vagueness in mtlronil mutters to wan-ant ua in telling tho people jus! what lo expeel in that Jiac. lint tho air is full of rumors, anil thore ura :onio strong forces nt work. Au onrly develop lliet-tt of Ibis Jifv-i:; ol the Htato JlC?tl | uut be n Hint I or of surpriuo. V. <?; know of u good ninny things, not yol givon to tho public, tkui to menu busiuoi -. Tbeio is no Qoltl in Atucricn thni j cau offer hucU hugo advantages lo largo onpilnl as tho mountain section of Southwest Virginia. Tho bccli?? has never boon advertised, sind capi tnl that i-s seeking iuvcstm , '? knowi nothing of it? inducements. Tun dny is near lit hand when it will I i known,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 2 July 1886

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - - JULY 9, 188? -?_; , ,,__ JOHN H. KELLY, Locyt, IflPtTOP ANi) BUSINESS M ANAOKIl. U. UKNltY. 8. ''? GltAlIAM. HENRY & GRAHAM, Attorneys at Law, Tuzewcll C. H.,Yn | #police irAtl.o Courts of Tnzowoll, Rue- j 'ml Buchanan counties, FedoralCourts ! rv Abingdou and Court of Appeals ut Wythevillo, Va. 5-iTParUenlnrattention paid lotheoolloc lleu of elnirus in the above named nnd ad to?V.!a>? eountioi; will slso pay special at- '? SHi a-n to the investigation of land titles in , HLa counties n i well hh i-i tbc i'o\inti< a of "pWt>wwell and "Mercer. Weat Virginia. j JOS. V. KELLY, Attorney at Law, tazewei.l c. 11., V1KOINIA. Will practice in all the Courts of jTazewoll and adjoining counties. All claims intrusted will receive Iprnmpt and particular attention. URAL ESTATE AOKNT. Parties desiring to buy or sell any |ind of Real Estate will do well to | pfer with me. ?1 commissions charged. |pe;with A. J, &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 2 July 1886

CLIPPINGS FOR THE CURIOUS. Tho -words "Old Nick" corao from Nikr, tho water demon of Scandinavian mythology. Tho latest curiosities in nntural history captured by California hunters aro a white bcavor, a white deer, and a whito mud hen. D. T. Jewctt, of St. Louis, is believed to be the only man who ever served a "one-day term" in tho United States Senate. Tho longest single girder in the world is the railroad bridge over the Ohio be? tween Evansvillo, lud., nnd Henderson, Ky. It is 525 feet long. The French say, for good luck, tho first time an infant's nails are cut put a piece or gold or silver iu its hand. To make a baby a good singer cut its nails behind a door. The well at White Plains, Nov., is down over 2300 feet, and can go no fur? ther until the water, which is seventeen percent, salt and so heavy that the ropes and tools float on it and the drill docs not penetrate the rock, is shut out. Dr. Hartwcll, of Johns Hopkins Uni? versity, says that a German soldier can scale a tw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 July 1886

Br-Ac*. ,1 wk. 1 Inch ? I.00I S Inches 2.00 3 Inches S.OOl 4 inches 4.0 1 $ 8.00 0.0c 13 00| V column. I O.UOl 13.0?| 15.Ou! f?oS V column 12.00 15.00 30.00 3t> 00 1 column I 20.001 ?5.00I 35.001 50.00 lmcn. 8 mos. f aso ? 4.00I 4 00 0.0 6.00I lo a ? 00 13 Ou OmosL.Hmoa ?10 uo 13. W) 15. CO 18.(10 33.00 50.00 00.00 Marriage aud Death notices not exceeding ten lines will be inserted free of charge. Obituaries will be charged at half of our advertising rates. Newspaper Laws. I. Subscribers who do not give ex? press noMce to the ooutrary me consid? ered as wishing to continue their sub ?oriptloM. . 2. If subscribers ordor the discon? tinuance of their periodical the publish? ers may continue to 6ond them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If enbsoribers ref nee or neglect to take their paper from the offico to which thev nro directed thoy are held responn eiblo nnlil thoy havo settled their bills and ordered them discontiuued. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J_? C. ALDERSON, Attorney-at-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 July 1886

Clinch Valley "News; james i>- kelly, _ Editor. FRIDAY, - - - JULY !>, 1880 WITH ENSILAGE YOU CAN COMPETE WITH THE WEST IN GK0WIN? CATTLE. Ali: G A lilt Kl 1-S DlltKCTlOXS How TO Makk it. KnT?-I.I?, !l M..KAX Co.. N C., ) December I*. 1885. ?j 'My Dear Sir: I am just in recoipl of your favor of the 27th ult imo, inquiring about my experience with ensilage. 1 glad lv comply witlt your request. i have been putting uj) ensilage niul fectling it for over live years, and my c iporionen causes mo to value it more ami morn highly as I lenrn how to tnl;" care of it. more cheaply. Wbon I built my Ural silos, in I lie Summer ol IS8U tlio idea was thai only those built of cement or brick, iii the ground, would answer tho pur I ipo, and costing ut leant 85 per ton I build. Now they are built on top fi' the ground, ciitiroly of wood and | trili. and :i( '! cost of from 7Sc. to ' A per ton. These keep the ensilage | jwol! as those constructed of ca? nt or brick, arc much mor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 July 1886

Clinch Yalley News. frlflPAY, - ? . JULY 9. 188G ^OHN HfKELLY, LocAt. Edttop ani) B?sinkhs iManaohh. , *> ?. 1ieniiy. B. c. OBAHAM. HENRY & GRAHAM, Attorneys ij^Law, Tazewell.O. H.,Vn - ytsfcticcin tbo Courts of Tazewoll, ltns Boll ?Mi B?ebanan comities, FedoralConrta at Abingdon and Court of Anneals ut! * ?hevillo, Va. ! ? *f "^Htonlnr attention paid tothecolloc ticifrof claims in the ubovo named nud ud |ouoiti,j ebuntioi; will also pay special at-i ?"ntfon to tbo investigation of imul titlesiu J mm et/iutties? ns we.ll im Ln the conuties of Mcliuwell uud Mercer, West Virginia. J JOS. V. KELLY, \-? Attorney at Law, TAZKWELL C. II., VIItOINIA. Will prnetioe In all the Courts of J jTay.ewcll and adjoining counties. All claims intrusted will receive [prompt and particular attention. ?EAL HSTATH AOENT. Parties desiring to buy or sell any *d of Real Estate will do wall to j fcYtSwith mo. Small commissions charged. Offij?; with A. J, & S. D. May,! pposr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 July 1886

CUPPINGS FOB TUE CURIOUS. Tho words '-Old Nick" como from Nikr, tho water donion of Scandinavian mythology. Tho latest curiosities in natural l?story captured by California hunters are a whito beaver, a whito deer, and a whito mud ben. D. T. Jcwctt, of St. Louis, is believed to be the only man who ever served a "one-day term" in tho United States Senate. The longest single girder in the world is the railro id bridge over the Ohio be? tween Evnnsvillc, Ind., and lleudcrsou, Ky. It is 523 feet long. The French say, for good luck, the first time an infant's nails are cut put a piece of gold or silver in its hand. To make a baby a good singer cut its nails behind a door. The well at White Plains, Nov., is down over 2300 feet, and can go no fur? ther until the water, which is scveutcen percent, salt and so heavy that the ropes and tools float on it and' the ' drill does not penetrate the rock, is shut out. Dr. Hurtwcll, of Johns riopkins Uni? versity, says that a German soldier can scale...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 July 1886

Space. 1 inch Stachen S inches 4 inches \( column if column 1 column il Trk.ilmon.;Sinos. ? l.oo t a so 3.00 4 00 3.00 6.00' 4.00 3.00 6.00 la.oo 12.ikj 15.00 ? 4.00 6.0 lP.OO 18.00 15.00 20.U01 20.001 2?.00I 35.00 16 mos. lamoe I 6.00 9.00 13 00 15.00] i\m so oo 50.00 flOtA) 13.00 16. CO 18.00 IK 00 50.00 00.00 MnjTingo and Death notices not exceedlsg tea Uses will be inserted free of charge. Obituaries will be charged at halt of our advertising rates. "?s? Newspaper Lawn, 1. Subscribers who do not gWo'ex? press notice to tbo contrary are coniid ered as wishing to oontinuo Iheir sub? scriptions. 2. It subscribers order the discon? tinuance of their periodical the publish? ers may eoDlinue to seed them until all arrearages uro paid. ?i. If subscribers rofnse or neglect to take their paper from the of?co to which they Ire directed they are hold respon? eible until they have settled their bills and orderod them discontinued. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJ C. ANDERSON, Attorney-at-Law, Tazkwki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 July 1886

?lieh -Valley News. J A AVUTJS 3?- KELLT, Editorh FRIDAY, - '? - JULY 80, 188G Our information in regard lo thf different delegations to tlic Wylbe-j villc convention is had from various Rourecs.and we arc not positively certain as to its accuracy. With the exception of Hon. A. L. l'ridcmorc none of the men mentioned seem-to be using nny effort to secure the nomination. It is said that Craig county lias in? structed for Judge Marshall. Giles county will give Hon. J. D. Johnston a complimentary vole in the Convention. Tho Scott Jiimucr makes tho im? pression that I ho Kcott delegates will bo for Pridomore. Tho Smyth county delegates arc divided on their first choice between Trigg aud Buchanan. Of Wythe county's sixteen dele, gates, eight arc for Trigg, though- he will get more if Buchanan is not up. Buchanan and Dickcnson counties have each scot solid 'frig;; dclrgn tlons to the Wylhevillo convention. Tho Doinocrats of Leo count}* have instructed their delegates to volo in tho Wylhev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 July 1886

Clinch Valley News. tfhlDAY, -.- JULY3?7lSS? D-OKcisr III IiBOAI. EdITOO axo BuSIXESS ManaorH. U. Ill HKNrtY. g. c. ortAIIAM. HENRY & GRAHAM, Attorneys at Law, Tazewoll C. H..Va >jjk ? - Prncticoln tlio Courts of Tazewoll. Kua ?oll nml Bnchnuan counties, FedernlCourts ftt Abiugiidii und Court of Anneals itt ^'y?ipvill?, Va. ? (^"Particular attention paid tothecollcc v i^"' of t'-!*""R m nh?ve unmed nud nd inbtlaa; counties will also pay special nt irtnt;on to the iureatigationof laud titlcsiu ' ?td evnntiiB?as well as Li the counties of Mcl>vwcll and Mereer. West Virginia. JOS. V.KELLY, Attorney at Law, TA55KWELL c. H., VIltOINIA. "Will practice in all the Courts of Tnzcwoll and adjoining counties. All claims intrusted will receive prompt and particular attention. HEAL-ESTATIS AGENT, Parties desiriug to buy or sell nny kind of Real Estate will do well to rvconfer with'me.' ' *V. ? it a ' Small commissions charged. Office'; with A. J, & S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 July 1886

scientific sciurs. ' "Thcro 1? no patch of tho moon's visible surface half a milo square that is not Accurately mappod, according to Prof. Young.whi'.o tho earth contains immonso tracts, and in Central Africa, which have never been surveyed. I In late experiments by a Russian phys? iologist, neither pure tin nor tho bichlo? ride of tin proved poisonous when Intro? duced into the stomach of a dog, but ?when the bichloride was injected iuto the veins it was quickly fatal. An ingonious system of ndapting tho alphabetical messages of tho elec ric tele? graph, or of the heliograph or any other signalling apparatus, to the reproduction at distant points of some kinds of draw? ings, has been contrived by Mr. Alexan? der Glen, lieutenant of the Inns of Court (14th Middlesex) Hiflo Volunteers, Eng luud. In a pnp?r read before the Anthropo? logical Society of Havana, Signor Juan de Armes has denied that races of tropi? cal America hnvo artifically changed the shape of their heads by long-cont...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 August 1886

SPACE. 1 wk. 1mon. 3 mos. 6 mos. 12mos. 1 inch $1.00 $2.50 $ 4.00 $ 6.00 $10.00 2 iches 2.00 4.00 6.00 9.00 12.00 3 inches 3.00 6.00 10.00 12.00 15.00 4 inches 4.00 8.00 12.00 15.00 18.00 ¾ column 6.00 12.00 15.00 18.00 28.00 ½ column 12.00 15.00 20.00 30.00 50.00 1 column 20.00 25.00 35.00 50.00 90.00 Marriage and Death notices not exceeding ten lines will be inserted free of charge. Obituaries will be charged at half of our advertising rates. Newspaper Laws. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to continue their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodical the publishers may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take their paper from the office to which they are directed they are held respon= biblo until they havo Bottled their bills and ordered them discontinued. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJ C. AliDERSON, ? Attorney-at-Law, \ Tazewell, C. H., Va, -Wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 August 1886

Ciiiich Valley Newa, A 4-X MW james r. kelly, FRIDAY, - - - AUG. C. 1886 FOR COISTGKESS, Nl>mi COSOBKBRIOSAL DlBTKICT, MM, R. R. HENRY, ?l Tazcwell, County, Virginia. NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS? TRICT. Mat. ? Hesiiv Nomisated au Fibst BaI.MtT. Tlio Gonvoiilion of Democrats, which inet nl Wylhovillo, WciIuch" dar, jlid a grand day's work: and Tazowcll has reason lo l>c proud of the kouor shown her. Col. A..J. May was appointed President ;?<> ton, pud W. W. Wiaor, .Secretary. S. \V. Williams, of Bland, became permanent President. On tho fust ballot Mnj. R. R Hen? ry of Tazowcll was nominated over Hon. C. F. Trigg?tho vote being 97.^ votoa for Mnj. Henry and Gti^ for Mr. Trigg, Thin la tho most flattering nomina? tion over made iu thin district. With out aiiy intermeddling with primaries \ by Muj. Henry or his friends ho was nouiiuatod upon his merits solely.! While Miij. H. lias hover boon a poli tici.m, ' ?b"ny8 oboj'otl the de? mands of his p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 August 1886

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - - AUG. 6, 1886 Weil Editop ano Business Manaoeb. *. r. henry. S. o. obaham. HENRY & GRAHAM, A^tornoys^at Law, Tnzewcll C. H.,Va Practice in tlio Courts of Tnzewoll. Rns* ?eil uml liuchsuiui comities, PcilornlCourts ?t Abingdou und Court, of Appeals nt f^'ythcvillc, Va. CiTParticulnr attention paid to thecollcc-1 tyt.-i.of claiius in Um above named and nd loining conntio*; will nlso pay special at ?;.rit:c-i to the investigation of land titles in tnld evutaties?as well ns in the counties of I MclKswdl aud Mercer, West Virginia. JOS. V. KELLY, Attorney at Law, TAZEWB1X C. II.*, VIltOINIA. Will practice in all the Courts of| Tazewcll and adjoining counties. All claims intrusted will rcccivo prompt and particular attention. RICA I, KSTATK AGENT. Parties desiring lo buy or sell any kind of R?-nl Estate will do well to ?con|t?B with hie. Small commissions charged. Office; with A. J, & S. D. May,| opposite the Courthouse. IAJCAL BIMKF...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 August 1886

JAY GOULD. How the Great Railroad Spec? ulator Lives. The Oost of Maintaining bis Oity and Country Establishments. Mr. Gould's mansion on the northwest corner of Fifth avenue nnd FoKy-soventk Wrcot, say s a Now York letter to the New J0r.lcans Pitayun?, is a plain-looking dou? ble hrown-stone house, the interior of which is literally palatial. There arc half a j million dollars' worth of paintings on the j ?walls, and the furniture and decorations | nrc of the costliest description. The , puitc on tho second floor, occupied hy j the heads of the family, consists of bed- ! room, boudoir, dressing-room nnd UnlH* | room, decorated chiefly in pale blue nnd C-ilver. Across the hall, -Miss Nellie, the .only daughter, has a similar suite in pink | and white. On the third Boor there is a study and a InrgO nursery for the thrco small hoys, Edward, Harold and Krank, I whose tutors are phut $2,000, $4,000 and $1.S00 a year respectively. Ocorgo Gould's apartments arc on the same floor, while th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 August 1886

Spack. finch 2 inches 3 inches: 4 iacb.es Jf" column if column. 1 column 1 wk. ilmon, :3 mos. iC mos. Hmog * l.oo t a so 2.00 4 00 3.00 aoo1 i.Qj 8001 6.00 13.00 12.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 t 4.00 6.0 10.01 12 Ou t 6.00 0.00 13 01 15.00 15.00 IK.00 30.00 SP I 85.00| 50.1 (10 00 12.10 15.10 18.00 ?i. 00 50.00 00.00 Marriage and Death notices not exceeding ten Uses will bo Inserted free of charge. Obituaries will l>e charged at half of our fJk^Tertising^vntca. Newspaper Laws. ? 1. Subscribers who do not give ex-. Vress no*.ico to the contrary aie consid? ered as wiihiug to ooutinuo their sub? scriptions. *? 2 If (ubscribers order tho discon? tinuance of their periodical tho publish- | or8 may cot tiuuo to toLd them until all arrearages aro paid. 3. If rubscribers refuse or neglect to tako theirtfaper from the oflico to whioh they are directed they are held respon? sible until iliny have settled their bills ?nd ordered them discontiuued. frROFESSIO NAL CARDS JJ a ALDERSON, . Att...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 August 1886

Clinch valley News. J -A MES IE?. KELLY, Editor. FRIDAY, ? - - AUG. IS. 1S8?. FOR CONGRESS, NlXTlI COKORESKIONAL DlSTKK"'-, IWAJ. R. R. HENRY, O! Tnzowell, Comity, Virgioin. Below is tho pint form as adopted by the Democratic convention at Wythevil'o. It 1ms been copied nil over the Slate, and is declined to voice the Bcminonta of tlio Demo oratio people of Virginia. A Lynch burg paper says t bat a man who will contiuue to charge t'ie )?einoc.rnoy with froo-tmdu ideas is oithc:r foo' >?r Bcotindvel: First. Whilst we recognize tlic necessity for Buch revision of lue tur iiT ns may be necessary to correct its inequalities, yet wo nve opposed to any reductjpu in the rales of duty upon foreign imports Unit will injur iously p fleet our own industries or tend to n reduction in the pi ice of la? bor, anil especially are we opposed to putting raw materials on tlio free list. Second. We are earnestly in favor of repealing Iho OD th e system of the internal revenue laws. Third. Wc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 August 1886

Jlincli Valley--"News. I'RIBAy! - - - AUG. 13. IbW JOHN ?- KELLY, " [iOoai^Editop ano Business Manager. B. HKNBT. a. O. ODAlIAM. HENRY & GRAHAM. j.ttorueyB at Law, Tazewell 0. H.,Vn il'^acfteo in tho*Courts, of Tnzewoll. Uns '11 auil llttcb'uuau counties, FedurulCourts t Ahiugdou aud Court of Appeals ut ^TtbeTille, Vu. 'articular attention pniil to thecolloo loj o? claims in Ute ubovo named und iul n??v'i?X( couutiei; will also pay special at ^biict? to tbV'iuvestiRntiouof iiunl titles in ?"!<*?. unties? ns well as hi tho counties of * cbvwell and Mercer, West Virginia. JOS. V. KELLY, Attorney at Law, TAZBWKLL C. II., VIRGINIA. Will practice in all tbc. Courts of 'azcwell and adjoining counties. , All claims, intrusted will receive! rompt and.'particular attention. ? ItEAL KSTATE AQKNT. Purl ion desiring to buy or sell any jind of Real Estate will do well to Joufer with,, mo", ^r* St nidi commissions charged. Office; with A. J, & S. D. MAY, | ?ppos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 August 1886

The Trill of tho little dwarf, known all over Europe as Madame la Mnnjuise,con? tain- a novel feature. 8ho says: "My dresses, and linen, and everything that I wore, must be far too small for tho lit? tlest child; but in order that sorao poor girl may he happy, I desire that tho sum of ten pounds sterling may he upplicd to tho purchase of twenty dolls of my size, which shall all he dressed from my ward? robe and given to orphans." A gentleman who was engaged for years in searching Chinese steamers states that ho often saw a Chinaman innd at tho dock, iu Ban Francisco, with nothing in the world in the shape of capital, except a fishing net. In about a month the same Chinaman would ap? pear as a shipper of from three to ten tons of fish. lie had associated himself with four or five others; they had secured n second-hand boat and gone to work. In n few months he was not only a ship? per, but an importer, receiving large lots of rice, sugar, dried fowls, and other articles of Chinese foo...

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