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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 5 June 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY KRID A V. TERMS OF B?BSCRIPTI?N: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. $1.60 By mail, postage paid. Bix montliB, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tasewell C. 11. (Va.) poatoJHco as second clues matter. LUC 4 L AND HENEUAL j\EWS BRIEFS. Chow Gold Fig ;it 11. C. Ciiap man's. The suit yon nro looking for is at Frank's. ? Mr. Fran I; St ras came iu yester? day from Suit*in. If you want a nobby hat go to I. Frank & Co. Neckwear, collars nnd cull's at t. Frank & Co's. Rov. I) V. Price is at tho Wash iugtcu Springs for a lew weeks. Loggias, black ami brown, at I. Frank & Co's. Col. W, Q. W. luoger was in tho citj again this week. A full lino of crush hats at I. Frank & Co's. A nobby line of spring suits at I. Frank & Co's. Mr. J. It. Henry has returned from Ltoanoku to act as stenograph or for Henry and Graham. Hats, caps, valises, umbrellas, at I. Frank & Co's. Mr. W. G. Hsirrissou. of the...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 5 June 1891

Prcsidout Elliot of Harvard Collogo Insists that tho Western man cannot "rustic" nor "huitlo" any better than an Easterner. Tho English Law Times reports general complaint among lawyers of lack of business. "Crime aud con? tention both arc declining." "Several of tho European powore," pardon ically ohscrves tlio Now York Telegram, "are positively aching to try their new rillcs and sinokclcn* powders." The Washington Star recommends that England should buy out Fram e's fishing rights in Newfoundland. Even a high price for them, it thinks,would be prefcrahle to war with Franco or forcihle coercion of the colonists. Nearly thirty thousand violent or eudden deaths occur every year in England calling for inquests, twice as many as the number of Germans killed in the Franco-Herman war, and for every violent death there arc at least fifty accidents. Alabama owns about four Equate miles of oyster beds, "and these beds ? arc among the most valuable in the United State?. Every barrel <>...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 5 June 1891

COUNTRY ROADS. THE IMPROVEMENTS rturtALi > TUOI-OUUUt'ABES NEED. acadam mid Tclford tho Groat Sclontillc Koadbuildcrs?Franco's Fino System?Tho Ancient lto mau Method?Modern Needs. Tho moat comprehensive system of roadways is that in Franco and there, too, perhaps arc found tho best roads iu the world. The French Minister of Public Works has charge of all roads, and these ire admioisteicd by a special department lad a couacil of which the Minister is President. There is a stall of six hun Ired cugineers and inspecthrs and two thousand iuferior officials. The dopart ' nent also has a school of roads aud oiidgcs for the cducatiou of engineers. The roads are national, departmental, xiilitary aud vicinal. The national roads ire maintained entirely by the national .reasury. There are twenty-five thou laud miles of these. The vicinal orcroas roads are maintained chicflv at the cost >f tie communes, but under a national idministration. On these roads there arc :onstantly employed fift...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 5 June 1891

FlU DA V, JUNE 5, 181)1. CULTIVATION OF THE SUGAR BEET. Can It be Made a Success in South? west Vihcunia '. Au earnest clVorl is being made to introduce tlio sugar beut in the Unitod Slates. An attempt un a vory limited scale bus resulted in a greater or less degree of success, and would, if carefully receiving lliu ne? cessary amount of attention l>e ns successful und produce as well us in tbo countries of Franco. Germany, Austria "Hungary, Russin, Poland, I Belgium und Holland, wlinra about j '2,000,00',) acres of land is devoted to j its culture, aud about 1,485,0011 tons of sugar are produced annually as per the report of Hon. John Wilson, consul at Brussels. Congress, to encourage the intro? duction and cultivation of the sugar beet in tlio United States, has agreed out of all moneys in the troiiBury, not otherwise appropriated, to pay to tin* producer of sugar testing not. less than ninety degrees by the polati scope, from beets, sorghu'u, or sugar cano grown or maple sup p...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 12 June 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (la Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. $1.60 By mail, postage paid, .six months, .76 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazcwell C. H. (Va.) postoflico as second class matter. LOCAL AMD GJEJVERAL A'J'J WS BRIEFS. Chew Cold Pig ut K. C. Cliap lliail's. The suit you uro looking lor is at Frank's. Tho work of laying the street railway progresses gradually. If you want a nobby hat go to 1. Frank & Co. Mrs. Pobst is still quite ill, but n more la vornhle. condition is evident. Neckwear, collars and culls at 1. Frank Ss Co'tl. Ley-gins, black and brown, at I. Frank & Co's. Mrs. Mary Watkins baa returned to Tn/.ewell and is at the Virginia House. ? A full lino of crush bats at I. Fran k & Co's. A nobby lino of spring suits at I. Frank & Co's. Mr. Clnr6licc Kelly left the woods of Wise to attend the commence? ment. Hats, caps, valises, umbrellas, at 1. Frank & Co's. Try t...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 12 June 1891

Twenty-three States now have Bu ?aus of Labor and Statistics. The mortgages on farm-lauds arc said to bo increasing in numbers at u very rapid rate throughout the United States. One of the largest manufacturing con? cerns iu Brazil says that American ma thincry is superior to anything inado in Europe. _^^^^ Bradatreel's states that there arc in iScw England half a huudrcd stock farms, tvhero tweuty years ago there were pran ?cally none, and in California the breed? ing of fast horses has become almost a vrazc. _ Tiic importance ol economy in fco?. Ik" is illustrated by the statement ac credited to Dr. Collier, of the New York Experiment Station, that n saving of ?ac cent a day upon the dairy cows of New York is over $0,000,000 a year. In ir330 tiie largest number oi Italians sr-.ived in the United Stute* in any ono rear, being 53,004, of whom nearly eighty per cent, must be classed as uu tkillcd; in fact, 15,23.1 stated to the in ipcction officerl that they had no special gainful oc...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 12 June 1891

SILENCE AND SOLITUDE. tJods of the desert! Yo aro they Wo shun from childhood's earliest breath; Our passing joys aro but your prey; Yo wait the hours from birth to death. Over soft lawns where blossoms sleep. Under warm trees where lovo was bora, I soe your haughty shadov.-s creep, And wait to meet ye there, forlorn. Afar on ancient Kinds yo rest, Car von iustoue, where ancient thought Wrapt yo iu terrors?shapes uublost. Dreadful by might of ages wrought. But not alone on Egypt's shores Sleeps tho groat desert: every whero Where gladness lived and lives uo mors, Thero is u desert of despair. ?trango messengers! Your brow.i of gloom Haunt every ereaturo bora of earth: Yo follow to the darkened room; Yo watch tho awful hour of birth. Veshow the lovely way-tide rose. Whoso nnti.pio grace is born aUQW, tTooyesof grief. Grief only knows How tender is the sunset's hue. Gods of tho desert! By your hand Through tho sa 1 waters ar_> wo broug'iS ^nto ft high and peaceful land Todriuk of f...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 12 June 1891

Clinch Valley News.] v.ikV'A v. - .iune 12. is?t. >. FULFILMENT ?F~Pi-:O?llJ.-;Ji:. Summer muy properly bo Haid in have coma amongst ua und with ihe advent of that Benson 1ms conn: the inquiry, what of tbe promises of tbe winter and thu spriug, whose fullil meut llu> public was lold would come in the summer. The inquiry is a justifiable one. lit) wlio looks about with an inlol ligonl eye, who is able to judge rightly of the ellorta being put forth by town and land companies, und who thoroughly appreciates and di gesla the news regarding industrial progress which tills tho press of tue Stato can arrive at but one conclu? sion mill that is that tho promises made six, ton, twelve months ago uro being fulilllotl in u imiunor which far exceeds oxpectal ion. In the first place it has not been plain sailing from the inception of the plans that aroused our hopes. We have but just put bcniiid uh a winter of unusual severity which de? layed active work in tho open. More over, and of fur...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 19 June 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISUED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF KUiJSURlPTION: (In Advance.) By mall, pootagfe paid, one year. $1.50 Hy mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished ou appli? cation. Entered at tho Tazewoll C. II. (Va.) postolliuo as second class matter. LOCdL \'JJV'I) GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS. A glorious rain fell yesterday. Chow Gold Fig at lt. C. Chap? man's: Mrs. Lyons returned from tho Cove Wednesday. Tho suit you nro looking for is at Frank's. Mr. S. J. Thompson and Miss Daisy were in town yesterday. II you want a nobby hat go to I. Frank & Co. Niuoty degreos is pretty hot for Tazewoll, but wo had it for several days this week. Neckwear, collars and cuffs at I. Frank & Go's. j A new., wing, by way of oxtou riiou, is being added to tho Blue fleld Inn, Lcggins, black and brown, at I. Frank & Go's. Mr. Goo. W. Brittain, now with a leading Baltimore, drug , house, is again on the road and was in town Tuesday. A full line, of crush hats at I. Frank &a...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 19 June 1891

Tho London County Council reports lhat tho valuo of rental in London is 6212,500,000. Capitalizing this on tho principal of twenty years' purchase, Lon? don is worth $4,250,000,000. A flno quality of cotton is being raised in tho Vnlloy of tho Jordan, and tho Holy J..aud bids fair to become n competitor with tho United States for tho supply of cotton to Europe It is thought that, with tho opening of Palestine by rail? roads, n large portion of the laud will he devoted to cotton, where, in olden times, it was so successfully produced. The ground has been broken by Mrs. Lcland Stanford for the great university to be erected iu momory of her son, at Palo Alto, Cal. Both men and women will he admitted to the university on equal footing; and, although everything is to bo as complete iu its equipment nj it can be made, $200 a year is to covet the sum of maintenance for each pupil. Tho author of "Tho Brazen Android," in a recent number of tho Atlantii Monthly, sent it to that magazine thir...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 19 June 1891

BUDGET OF FUN. miMOROTJS SKETCHES FItOM VARIOUS SOURCES. Discordant?Nautical, Yet True?A j Presumption?Tbo Modest Maid's V. Opportunity?A Lover Ot Misses, Etc., Etc ?The nuptial knot," I said, "door maid, Is something that I wot I Tho totes, in their benignant way, ( Did you and me allot." Sho tossed her pretty curls and said, "I seek the nuptial not." ?Gazette. NAUTICAL, VET TIIDE. "In making a will, Mr. Uiggins, what is tho first thing to do?" "Look out for breakers."?JVeio York Sun. A PRESUMPTION. Husband?"Why do you always find faul; with mo?" Wife?"I presume it is because you always have lault with you."?Wat/ling ton Star. A LOVER OP MISSES. ' "Papa, what is a philanthropist?" "A lover of man." "And what is a misanthropist?'' "Hem?er?I thiuk it's a lover of ?woman."?New York Sun. A MATRIMONIAL VENTURE. # Clinkers?"Hello, Winkers. I hear jyou married a woman with an indepen? dent fortune." Winkers (sadly)?"N?o; I married a ?fortune with on independent woman."? New York Weekly. A...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 19 June 1891

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - ? J UNK IM. M'KINLJSY NAMED. Coiatmrus, Ohio, Juno 17?Tho second day of the Republican Stale Convention opened bright und clear. Nominations were declared in order and ex-Governor Koraker arose to prosput the name of Mc? Kinley tor Governor. "Gentlemen of the con vent ion," he said, "I have now ;i most pleas? ing duty to per for in. This ?solltest upon which we arc about to eutorj is to be in some rospeo'.s of au mi- j usual eharacter. While it is lo bei hoped that we uro not to bo called j upon to confront a greater number, of enemies in t he aggregate, yet surely it'is known that we aroto] be compelled to contend against a greater variety than ever before.! In the fust place we must fight the| time-honored enemy, the Demo? cratic party, which it. would ap? pear that even the devil could not kill. And in the next place no? body knows how many third purl- j ics. Wo do know, however, thai I the political .shibboleth of each! and every one of these poli...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 10 July 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EYJSRY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (lu Advance.) Hy nmil, postage paid, one year. ?1.50 Uy mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rules furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tuzewoll C. Fi. (Yn.) postoflice us second class matter. LOCAL AjYJ) GENERAL Jit /<; WS BRIEFS. The suit you arc looking for is at Frank's. Mr. I. Frank Clime over from WytUcvillc, Monday. If you want a nobby hat go to 1. Frauk & Ck>. Mr. A. C. Spotts and J. Cnmpbell Stms are in from Salem. Neckwear, collars and cull's at I. Frank & Co's. Mrs. und Miss Afurtiu, of Norfolk, aro visiting Mrs. S. C. Peery. Leggius, black and brown, at I. Frank & Co's., Mrs. Mary Cecil Painter, of Giles, came in last week on a visit to friend*. A full lino of crush hats at I. Frank &? Co's. A very heavy rain was falling nil of Tuesday night to the ndded grat? ification of Tuesday night. A nobby line of "spring suits at I. Frank & Co's. Mrs. Geo. Surface und Mis...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 10 July 1891

Gladsto nc snye labor ognt?zation has saved England from revolution. ! An electrician says that a very high speed on electric road? will never be practicable ou account of tho impossi? bility of stopping tho trains quickly. ! Many persons shudder nt the thought of cremation. But they think it is all right, marvels tho Atlanta Constitution, to stow away 30,000,000 corpses under ground in this couatry iu one genera? tion. ^. Indiana has a now road law which forbids hauling moro tliau a ton on nar? row-tired wagons or more than 2500 pounds on broad-tired ones, while the roads are soft, under a penalty of Iron) ?5 to $50._ Mr. Ye Cha Yun, tho Chargo d'Af fairs in Washington from the kingdom to the northeast of China, spells his country's name with K?Korea. This is . in nccordauco with the decision of the United States Board of Geographical Names. _ The cadets of tho Naval Academy want ?to establish soino kiud of a memorial to Midshipman Philip Spencer of the brig Sotners, who was hnnged...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 10 July 1891

golden bubbles. r>c?!ro doc ttnu too greatly, for, like Bra Ueslrojlng vrhatll oafolds. so Is desire. Uucccss?that was his thought, his hope, his aim. ^ Afield or housed, noon, midnight, dusk or dawn, ' That dazzling imago his heart dwelt upon. For, if ho slept, Imagination's flamo Burnt lllcc-a steady torch, lighting the samo Determined path?which way his soul bad gone; And if ho waked, tho dream, still uuwith drawn, Remained, unchanged, his conscious force to claim. At last'twas his. An airy figure brought, Ltghtbalanced on soft finger-tips, a sphere Of flne-w-rought gold. But his trained bauds forgot Their skill for ono brief instant, in tho fear To lose tho gift. Too eagerly thoy caught This glittering ball, which crumbled into naught. v So strength may win what it may fall to keep! This world's gifts vary only in degree. They are but air sphered iu the thinnest gold; The bubbles must be jostled tenderly. ?Robert Hums Wilson, in Harper's. Babv Versus Husband. BY MATTIE DYER B...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 10 July 1891

r-r. i . i ?.?-?? Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - - JULY 10. I Mil. NATURAL, GAS AT RICH LANDS. [From Rlcblnuda No\vs.] In our lust issue we referred to the discovery of natural gasnt Richlands. Tho late discovery of petroleum iu blasting for the foundation at the Kichlauds water works engine house added to the uaturul gas discovered at Crump's bottom and at Big Creek mines, Kichlauds, establish this re ! giou without doubt an a gas and oil regiou. A pipe line of four miles will furnish natural gas to inanufnc j luring establishments at Kichlauds. j Since our hist issue the Big Creels gas well lias boon viewed by a mini ber of people familiar with gns ro gions who pronounce it tho real thing, nud Mr. Franklin, superintendent nf the Itichlauds Coal Co.'s mines, who has lived all his life in tho gas region of Pennsylvania, and who has assert ed its existence at Big Creek mines sinco his resiilonco hero, is very hap py and vohemout with his ''I told you bo's.'' As bearing on this subje...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 July 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBL1SD.ED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: i.Im Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. 81.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho TaEewell C. H. (Va.) postotlico na second class mutter. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS. The suit you are looking for is at Frank's. Local travel has appreciably de? creased the past week. If you want a nobby hat go to I. Frank & Co. Neckwear, collars and cuffs at I. Frauk is Co's. Mr. Ge.o. W. St. Clair wcut over to Wytlieville yesterday. Leggius, black aud brown, at I. Frauk & Co's. A full linn of crush hats at I. Frank & Co's. Mr. A. C. AftottA returned to Sa? lem. A nobby lino of spring suits at I. Frank & Co's. Hats, caps, valises, umbrellas, at I. Frank & Co's. Today will be celebrated in Mc? Dowell, W. Va., by a public hang? ing of a negro murderer. Try the black bottom shoe for 81L7.r> at L Frank & Co's. I. Frank & Co. is headqu...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 July 1891

1 "Aaron Burr Eccms like ono of the ancients," muses tho San Francisco Argonaut, "and yet his law-partucr died only tho other day in Now York." Tho doinund of o Montreal Fronch Cnnndinn editor for tho removal of tho Nelson Monument from the French quur ter to a neighborhood occupied by the English is striking testimony to tho truth that there aro still two nation? alities in Cauada that will not meet and miugle. Boys in Germany begin studying Latin when they arc nine years old anil con? tinue the study for nine years. They learn a great deal of Greek, too, and of mathematics. But the general informa? tion they acquire at school does not, believes the Now York World, compare with the American studcut's. "Kentucky is deficient in nothing so much as in free public libraries," says tho Louisville Courier-Journal. "Iu fact, outside of Louisville and Loxing ton there uro practically none in the State. There are libraries in some of the schools und colleges, but they are not of the kind, n...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 July 1891

BUDGET OF FUN. HUMOROUS SKETCHES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. Forgotfnlness?Tho Opon Season?A Cent on Its Travols?A Moan Insinuation?'Twos False, Etc, Etc. Sho whispered to mo at tho door. Just as I turned to go; And oh! I uover loved her moro Thou in that oven glow; I felt tho perfume of nor hairy As closo she bent her hair. But now sho's gonp' and I declare, I don't know what sho said! ?A'cto 1'orA: Herald. the open season. ?'You think you are getting a little fly, don't you?" said the man to the trqut as he leisurely pulled him in-. "I do seem to be catching on, "-replied the trout.?Life. '" a.cent on its travels. "A dollar doesn't go very far," sighed Hicks. "Well, a cent docs," said Johnny. *'Onc I put iu tho pinto this morning is going out to the heathen." 'twas false. Miss Summit?"I heard to-day that Miss Dizzy's hair came almost down to hor feet." Miss Palisade?"What did sho get it so long for?"?Cloak Iltvieut. a heady retort. "But, madam," said tho tramp, "you ?can't expect me to ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 July 1891

Clinch Valley News. FltlDAW - - JULY 17. IS!?!. " WATERMELON TRAFFIC Tho Richmond and D.auy'illo rail? road has transported through this city from the South within tht' past twelve days XS7 ear loads of watermelon.* against LIT ear loads for the saute period of hist year, which shows a tremendous inove forward in the business. The above number of cars, would, we suppose, mako up about twenty trains, nud would not luck much of averaging two trains a day. The watermel? on may therefore be regarded as a ?good thing in trade as well as a ?luscious thing to eal. It is fur? nishing much freight for the rail? roads, and bringing not a little money to the ?South from the North? ern consumers of the succulent product. For tho above it must bo nouioinbered is'the freightage! of only one railroad, when others] ? are engaged in tbe .sumo trade. In view of all this wc are led to say, hurrah for the festive watermelon 11 CONSUMPTION CURED. An old physicinn,retirod from prac tice, having had place...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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