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

WOMAFS WOULD PLEASANT IATEnATUftE FOlt FKMIN INK UKAUKKS. bleep IS A BEAUTY preserver. Tho Princess o( "Wales is said to be the youngest looking woman, of her ogs .in England, and to owo the wondorful pro serration other youth and beauty to her 'ability to-sleep at her will, a power which she is ablo to call to hor assistance even ior a five or ten minute interval in tho -rush of her many dutiss. She seems like., 'a sister to her three tall daughters, and a [sister but slightly in advance of them iu years.?Detroit Free Press. A WOXDROUB PETTICOAT. A petticoat of scarlet moire lined with Aanucl i3 the somewhat startling one ad Jvised by an English journal to a corre? spondent as'quite the newest in such gar? ments. In Ne w York shops those of shot silk of neutral tiut and flounced are still {extensively sold and must be pronounced jby most women as in hotter taste. Tho return to velvet ribbon neck bands has evidently heralded the appearance, now lalso reported, of velvot collarettes....

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 March 1891

iHBH^8|wPu & region, K^SHB^y rich aud rare, (Buy towering mountains, EHprby the balmiest air, BKTo sun in summer journey ffl3P)wnirH not down on scone moro fair. HB^>re are me'd'ws green whh herbage IB/Waving fields of golden grain, P/lowers flashing in the sunlight, '/ Leafy bowers on hill and plain, And the music of the streamlets - Mingles with the glad refrain. Mythical ''Hesperian Gardens," "With their ??golden apple" fair, \ Find here its dream a reul'ty; 9 In the orchard treasures rare, J All ripening in perfection -7; In this clime of balmy air. Rosy peaches, golden apples, Apricots of flavor fine, Luscious grapes in purple cluster, j Crown the ever fruitful vine; And this "Valley, with its treasures, Is the "Land of corn and wine." i Here are mines rich as Goleonda's, Veins of coal in endless store; <. IlillS Of iron, marble quarries, Lead and tin and copper ore; Banks of brick clay.beda of glass sand Riches vast, unknown before. Here are b...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 March 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iu Advtiuco.) By mall, poatago paid, ono year 81.60 By mail, postage- paid, six mouths, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tazowell C. H. (Vu.) postoflico us second class matter. Announcements. We nro.nuthorized and paid to announce W. L. Stephens as a candidate for Com? missioner of tho Revenue iu Clear Fork District. Elcction,;May 28, 1891. Wo are authorized nnd paid to announce O. D. Shell as a candidnto for Commission? er of tho Revenue iu dear Fork District. Election, May 28, 1891. To tho sovereigns of Tozewell County, Va., Gentlemen; I tnae this'-juctbod to announce myself a candidate, to he elect? ed Commissioner of the Revenue, of Joff ersonvill-i District, nnd I hereby nsk your support. Election May 28th. 1891. Samuel Choceett. LOCAL AMD GENERAL JVEWS BRIEFS. This is Good Friday. Dr. 0. W. Grcever was in town during tho week. ' The nobbiest line of neck wear in tho county, at I...

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

ere ia a movement in England to Bh capital punishment es applied to Eighty thousaud strangeis visit New York daily; and not a few of them aro taken in, adds the Courier-Journal. Nearly all tho cities of Utah aro con troled by tho Qentilo population. This Is especially truo of Ogdcn, Salt Lake City, Park City and Provo. Another sovereign has taken to thb pen and hopes to bo known as a literary man. This timo it is tho King of Siam .".'Royalty and literature seem to bo Sia? mese twins nowadays," exclaimed the Boston Transcript. An estimate based upon actual canvass of ono district of Now York City divides the metropolitan population as follows: Roman Catholics, 762,600; church-going Protestants, 258,666; non-church-going Protestants, 253,333; heathen 325,335 total, 1,600,000. A calkcr ia a Boston ship yard, -work* lag as a supernumerary at $1.50 per day, has invented a calking machino with which ono man can do tho work of six. Nearly every labor saving devico has been invented by labo...

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

WOBDS OF "WISDOM. A mean man ia never happy. Nothing ia eternal that can be seen. Tho wheels of ticao only turn ouo way. Tho man who believes nothing is thing. Lovo is free, but it take3 money to keep house. The easiest thing to beliovc is a pleas? ing lie about ourselves.* Fame is a shining garment, but it soon wears out at tho elbows. People who try to bo funny do exactly what they try to do. Thoy try Diamonds please the eye, but nobody ever gets fat by looking at them. No man can oppress the weak without killing something good iu himself. Tho right kind of success is tho kind that blesses every thing it touches. Peoplo who never havo anything to ovprcome never amount to very much. Tho spider and the honey beo can not ngrco as to what flowers were made for. You can do more good with a kind word than you can with a silver dollar. Thoso who hnve never suffered for lovo do not know very much about tho mean? ing of the word. The father did not fall upon the prod? igal son's back, as t...

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

Clinch Valley Mows. FRIDAY, - - M Alto Ii '?1. l>S9l. " humiliation and sor row. Tho war of Italy against tho United States seems to bo eondiict cd from Chicago. From that source wo got the first intelligence that the Italian uavy has received instructions to ho in readiness.? -Now M'o see the ridiculous position of Secretary Maine as a diplomat. His letter to Qoy. Nieb?lls put him ?in the position Hit' sympathizing with Italy. He makes the charge against Iiis own country. If Italy waxes insulting, how can Maine rei>ly since he lias given Italy I lie material for her talk. Anil yet we used to hear so much of the mag? netism of Maine's "I-'oicign Poli? cy." lie was to be the man who could squelch a foreign hit of im pctiineneo. And to make matters worse President Harrison is incul? pated with him. Mr. Harrison's intense hatred of that section of the Union known as the South made Iii in a ready confederate or Mr. Maine in the recent foolish transaction. Urns we s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 3 April 1891

Clinch Yaliey News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. ' TERMS QF.SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ono year ?1.50 By mail, postage paid, bix months, .75 Advertising rntes furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tazewell C. IJ. (Va.) postoilico-ns second oltu*? matter. Announcements. AVo arojiuthoiiz .il and pnid to announce "VY. L. Stephens as a candidate for Com? missioner of the. Reveuuo in Clear Fork District. Elcotidn,.May 28, 1801. "Wo aro authorized and paid to aunounco C. D. Shell as a candidate for.Commission er of the Revenue in Clear Fork District. Election, May -28, 1601. To tho sovereigns of Tazewell County, Ya., OtnlleiirCn; I tiiao this method to announce''myself n candidate, to bo elect? ed Commistiioiior of tho Reveuuo, of Jeff ersonvillo District, nud I hereby ask your support. Election May 28th. 1891. SaJIUKI. CllOCKLTT. LOG iL AND (JEA'ERA L - ^ s\ EWS BRIEFS. Chow Gold Fig tit lt. C. Chap? man's. & The nobbiest line of neck wear in 'the coun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 3 April 1891

inch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - - APHID 3, 18?l" APRIL 1ST. I am tho first day of Spring I And will you please got on to My stylo V 1'm.soakiug wet; -* Aud I'va got my inside pockets Stuffed full of pneumonia, And grip, and ague, Aud I'm carry iug a largo Invoieo of damp, gray olouds In my Bureau; Aud a fine assortment . Of wind in my whiskers ! The ethereal mildness You 'reair'about ? ' Is a delusion and a snare, And I am- not iu it! I'm in league with the Quinine mills, And tho Liver Pad Factoiies, Aud a Weather Prediction Has up terrors for mo ! I do tho weather, and Oreely do- s the predicting I That's whut 11 If you don't liko mo, What are you going to do about it't Pull down your Chest protector I Hooray for me! And tho Spring timo Comes gentle Annie? RoonoyI ro l mcTLTroi nts WhXt the Farmers Want. "When l iaise corn, I want to ex change whei'o I can get tho most coals, overcoats, underclothes,', dress goods aud socks," sijys-Farmer Simf/ son. And that is just what all tho farm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 April 1891

> jlineh Valley I^ews. PUBLiISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (la Advance.) mail, pontage paid, one year. ?1.50 mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli tion. [Entered at the Tazowell G. H. (Va.) Istotlico as second class malt >r. Announcements. "Wo nra..authorized and j>aid to announce . L. Stephens as a candidato for Com issioncr of tho Revenue in Clear ; Fork .strict. Election, May 28, 1801. Wo are authorized and paid to announce . D. Shell as a candidate fofjCoimuission of.the lie venue iu Clear Fork District. Leotiou, May 28, 1801. To the sovereigns of Tazewell County, I a., Gentlemen; I ttise Ulis method to mounco niysolfV candidate, to bo elect Commissioner of the Rovenue, of Joff souville District, and I hereby ask your ipport. Election May 28tb. 1891. Samuel Cjiocki-.tt. ,OCdL ?W?"general mews briefs. Ohew Gold Fig at lt. C. Chap Man's. Mraand Mrs. R. Izard returned, ^lou^vy, from their bridal tour. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 April 1891

The Cincinnati Enquirer quotes Buf? falo Bill os Baying that tho killing of Bitting Bull was outright murder. Thoro wore moro changes ia the Lower House of tho Fifty-first Congress than, ever occurred in auy other Congress. There woro six resignations, tea deaths and nine members unseated. Lord Randolph Churchill holds tho opinion that a man has learned a wholo encylopedia of political information when he is ablo to discriminate between a statesman and a politician. It is said that 46,000 or more Cana? dians fought in tho Union army during the Civil War.mnny of whom woro killed or wounded, and alleges tho Washington Star, it is from tho survivors that most of the annexation agitation comes. Tho Boston Transcript chronicles tho fact that tho picturesquo and extraordi? nary phases of lifo which characterized the old Japan are rapidly passing away as Western civilization is obtaining a greater and gTcatcr foothold in the country._ Tho trust record thus far in 1891 shows, states Pullio ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 April 1891

C?RIO?? TACTS. Tho Chinese have no straight street Louisiana has the largest farm in t| ?world. A Yankiou (North Dakota) church lj electric lights. A sixteen-year-old teamster in. Michigan town weighs 810 pounds. Previous to tho timo of Elizabeth only article to assist in eating was ' jackkuife. Football has been prohibited at Carlisle (Pcnn.) Indian school a "fiendish" game. A handsome young girl,of Milwankc Wis., has eloped with o dimo museu freak who has no hands. A Florida pnpor says that alitgal meat, properly smoked, resembles ha| but so closely that it cannot bo told fr| that fish. ! The termination "olani" in Hawaii names means "of the heavens." Tj Luliuokolani meaus "Lily of Heavens." i Tho Bank of England was cstablisl In 1694, ond is older than any of thel stitutions of tho class in any other of | great nations. The locomotive engine is said to ', a maximum lifo of about thirty yej The annual cost of repairs is from fifteen per coat, of its first cost. The number of India...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 April 1891

- - AI'KIL 10, 18511. iOF WEALTH FOR SOUTH, ling in the >S<;ntIi is (Kiting great attention, iestiuetl to become a great wealth to this in giving to the nil .sunny climate Kuil that only needs (turn ti rieb harv that it shall bo early tnarkot gar Country east of the ? 'itioiintaiiis. Every year Id to the demand for its veg des and its fruits, and their cnl .?'tition will bring millions of dol? us of profit to this fa\ored region. Onie tinie ago the Miinulacturers' nor'd, in estimating the agregate jlno of the early fruits and vego fbles produced in the South, pine the figures at ?5,000,000 a year, lU'.nding to be conservative, but Jti these figures astonished many readers. Now the Census ?tili on truck farming has been fiiid it shows that during b South produced on truck jlonc, not counting any kinds nor the products of market intended for consumption Jby cities or towns. $31,03?, after paying freights and Ksions. If to this were ad value of vegetables raised i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 17 April 1891

Clinch Valley News, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iu Advance.) By mail, pcwtage paid, one yea*. Sl.GC By mail, postage paid, six months, .7i Advertising rates furnished on appli cation. Entered at the Tazewoll C. H. (Yu.] postoilice as second class matter. Announcements. We are jiu thorized and paid to announce W. L. Stephens as a candidate lor Com? missioner of the Uevemtc in Clear jFort District. Election, May 28, 1801. Wo are authorized aud paid to announce C. D. Shell an a candidate f or (Commission? er of the Rovenue iu Clear Fork District, Election, May 28, 1891. To the sovereigns of Tazewoll County, Vs., Gentlemen; I tnito this method tc announco myself a candidate, to ho elect? ed Commissioner of the Revenue, of Jeff, ersonville District, and I hereby ask youi support. Election May 28th. 1891. Samuel Chockjitt. Wo are authorized and paid to announce J. W. Chapman a candidate for the offle? of Commonwealth's Attorney for Tazewoll County at the election in Ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 17 April 1891

The now Japaooso Parliament rofuso? to allow Indies to listen to tho debates. Illinois nnd Wisconsin have counties in which tho Eugtish language is never used. _ It Is stated that although tho collcgo men in tho United States are only a frac? tion of ono per cont. of tho voters, yet they hold more than fifty per cont. of the highest offices. Thcro seems to ho a strango fatality as? sociated with tho offico of Secretary of the Treasury. Within a few years thrco Secretaries have died during their terms -Folgcr, Manning and Wiodom. Statistics on tho foreign commerce 01 the Port of New York for tho past year Bhow that over one-half of the foreign commerco and nearly two-thirds of tho imports of tho United States passed through that port. According to the St. Louis Republic, there arc 21,000 fowcr people living on tho farms and in tho villages of Massa? chusetts now than there were in 1800, but thcro are 1,032,000 more people in the cities thau there wore at the same date. _ The Uuitcd S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 17 April 1891

Wo Urns In Writing, A wall known newspaper proprieloi "fella an experience of bis own in illus? tration of Iiis bolief that, given a fair ?ohanoe, womon will often do a von hot? ter work than men as writers for news "papers, "For years, "he a ay*, " we hare published a weekly artiole which has at? tracted widespread attention and inter? est. It is. I may say, one the leading features of the paper. For a long time rit was writton by a man whom I had not seen. Ono morning hi* wife oama to me, saying her husband was ill, and ?unable to do his work any longer. For ? number of months past she had been writing his editorials for him, and had now come to ask if sho could continue ?doing so. 'Certainly,' said L 'If yon have been writing them yon can go on; -bat say nothing of tho chaugo to any ?one.' Some time after this the hus? band died. On going to the ofllco in the morning, one of my editors mot mo with a face a yard long, 'Mr. Blank is -dead,' said he, 'and I don't know what j we are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 17 April 1891

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - ? Al'KlL 17, LMM. THE NEW VIRGINIA. Improvement, development, indus trial progress^?those aro tho order of the day in tho Old Dominion. There is uo state in tho Union that is making broader or moio rapid Btrides to wealth and enduring pros perity. There is none that presents more attractive lields for the invest ment of capital, for skilled industry, for intelligent and well directed cn terprise. "Old Virginia occupies a spleudid place in the historic past."' It is tho "New Virginia'' that is now at the frout and making history for the future. The wliclo state from corner, from mountain to seaboard, to usu tho| pur lane a of the day, is "booming.'1 Hut it is a characteristic of the booms in Virginia that they all rest upon substantial and permanent founda tions. Naturo has supplied the great commonwealth with mining aud manufacturing resources that are simply inexhaustible, with an in? comparable climate, with abundant water courses, with noble harbor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 April 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one your. SI.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .7a Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tazewell C. H. (Va.) postolliee as second idass matter. Announcements. We aro ^authorized ami paid tounnounco W. L. Stephens ns a candidate for Com? missioner of the llevcuno in Clear ..Fork District. Election, Hay '28, 1601. Wo are authorized and paid (<> announce O. D. shu'l n-? n candidate for[Coinmission cr of tho Revenue in Clear Fork District. Election, May 28, 1891. To tho i overcigus of Tazewell County, Yn., Qcntleiuau; I teae this method to announce myself n candidate, to be elect cd Coiiiiuiaaioner of the Revenue, of .left' ersonville District, und I hereby ask your support. Election May 28th. 1801. Babmibl Cuockxtt. Wo arc authorized and paid to an? nounce Robert C. Oillespie a candidate for Commissioner of the Revenue in the Maiden S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 April 1891

French statesmen havo offered a re? ward of ?200 for the best athletic game. The Chicago Herald says that the death roll of the hist Congress was the largest since the organization of the Govern? ment. _ Roosovelt Hospital, New York City, has brought suit against tho Elevated Railroad for ?100,000 ou account of damages to the institution douo by thu noise of the trains. It is not only stout men with short necks who are in danger of apoplexy, declares the New York World. Accord iug to Professor Loomisnnd Dr. Austin Flint, the thin man is just as liable to die from such an attack as the fat man is. Between the years of 1S80 and 1S0O the Sacramento Valley, according to the census, lost 20,000 in population?all, says a California Exchange, because 100 land-holders monopolize 1,683,000 acres of as good land as there is beneath tbo sun. _ "When Stanley returned to London last fall there was a fad for alleged "African dishes" which, if the native? of that country could have tasted, they un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 April 1891

WOMAN'S WORLD. pleasant jl.itkra.ture vor. feminine readers. MAUT4IA WASHINGTON 111 TEAKS OLD. T]p Indies of Trinity A. M. E. Zion Church, Long Branch, N. J., recently gave a Martha Washington tea party. The feature of tho party wa3 tho im? personation of Martha Washington by Aunt Judy Cummins, who is 111 years ?old. Airs. Cummins is spry and cujoys good health. She surprised tho youug folks by tho easo and grace with which she led tho grand march.?Nine York Hun. A NECKLACE CREATES A SENSATION". An Empress's necklace has been 'Creating quite a sensation la Madrid for its beauty unit its groat value, as well as for its historic associations. Tho uock laca belonged to the Empress Eugene ? and was a present from Ismuel, tho "Viceroy of Egypt,who sent it to the Em? press iu 1801) on tho occasion other visit "to open the Sue/. Canal. A few years ago all tho Crown diamouds nnd jewels were put up to nuctiou by the Republic. Among the buyers was a jeweler from Madrid, who bought the necklac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 April 1891

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - ? APMIL 21, 181)1 GRAHAM ITEMS. Tho tew warm days that Imve fol lowed the storm of last week only demonstrate what our people will do after spring has opened in par nest and gives them assurance that work can be prosecuted. With ten days of good weather Graham would have alii army of skilled j workmen building houses?dwell Inga, stores, factories, churches und every kind of edilice. People will observe that we never have 'pcii riods of depression'' hero. We I keep up a healthful anil equable I temperature, and are not. liable to, the squalls that overtake.'?boom" | towns. We never had a boom, and \ we don't want one in til we have! everything else sure. Mr. A. G. Kiser, of Kelly, has the j the CUIItract to build a store house on the lot iu rroul of .Mr. K my t he's piivnto oflieo on Morion si reel. The building is to be 2fixl?0, and will be one of the handsomest in town. Dr. Thompson, of Tazewell. is pushing hi* building near Hotel! Graham. Mr. ??Boss...

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