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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 24 July 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUnSCRIPTION: (hi Advance.) Hy mail, postage paid, om? year. 51.50 l$y mail. postage paid, si.v months, .75 Advertising rales furnished on appli catiou. Entered nt (he Tax?\vull O. II. (Va.) pootolUoo as second class mutier. LOCdL <fijY1> GUN Uli. IL A EWS Blil?FS. Tlie suit yon arc looking for is lit Flank's. If you want a nobby hat go to I. 1'rank & Co. Mrs. Annie Mul l in. nee IVcry. is oil it visit to lier father's luisiilv from Norfolk. Neckwear, collars and cttli's at, I. Frank a Co's. Loggias, black and brown, at I. Frank & Go's. The .Misses Oibboiioy, of Marion, daughters of our former citizen, A II Gibbouey, arc visiting utGiipt. "Win. E. Pcery's. A lull lino of crush hrtts al 1. Frank & Go's. A nobby line of spring suits at I. Frank & Co's. Tho Government, proposes (os< euru ii more cllicieilt mail service for tho Clinch Valley and will hold examinations to that end. Hals, caps, valises, umbrella...

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. — 24 July 1891

SURD ON THE GREENING BOUGH. Blr.l on tho preening bou^h,. "With foiile I wing, "The matin vow Tlmt thou Jost softly sins, Is whr.t I would repeal. With loving art. To toll my sweet What lies within my heart. Fly to her, tell it, thou Clear voice of spring, On greening bough, iiinl with the foMe.l ?ringt _C. Seoltard, in .Veie England Magazine. The Boom at Bullionville. The town of Bullionville greatly needed a railroad. The riches) ore veins In the vicinity had all "pinched out," and it was not profitable to work the lucge quantities of low-grade ore, or ship it away without n railroad. It was not practicable now to work the great timber resources of the COUIItly without menus of transportation. Every? thing in Bullionville languished for a railroad, and nt least half the building* in the place bore the sigu, "For "sale or To Let." The town had a good location at tho junction of two livers, and iu the cen? tre of a fertile fanning tract, and the surrounding hills were rich iu coal, ...

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. — 24 July 1891

SCYTHE SONG. 3Iowerr, weary and brown and Myths, AVhnt is tho word methinks ye kuow, Endless over word that tho scytiio Kings to the blades o! tho grass below! Scythes that swing in the grass and eiovor, ?Something still they say as they pass: ? "What's tho word that over and over . Sings tho scythe to tho dowers and grass? ^Jusli, nb, hush! tho scythes aro saying, Hush, and heed not, nnd fall asleep; Haiti, they say tho grasses swaying: flush, they sing to the clover deep: Husb. 'tis tho lullaby timo is sinking: Hush, and heed not, for all things Hush, ah hush! the scythes are twinging Over the clover, over tho grass: ?Anttrew Lang. ANNIE O'BkIEN. A TRUE TALE. The Conunught Castle had arrived in New York. The cabin passengers had ?gone ashore. The steerage people were being carried away by their friends or by the boarding-house keepers who always lie in wait for them. Those yet uncalled for sat about the decks. Wist? ful eyes turned shoreward anxious to see n familiar face and form...

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. — 24 July 1891

Clinch 'Valley News. FlUDAi', - - - JUu.\' 24, l.vU. THE NEW" TCWM OF NOK TON, VA. (*\S." in Richlunds News.) .Tust after tho iiitnionso coal fields of the Flat Top region of Southwest Virginia had been dipped by the Nor folk and Western rallroiul. the rove nue from the vast shipment of eonl from those mines gave the road i most favorable standing in (iimnciitl circles. This, combined with tlieuhi! ty displayed by the niaiitigenient, whs not long in causing the promoters lo] east nbout in search of uioro exten? sive fields of operation. But n mo iiiout's glance suflieed io discover nu broken Heids of coal extending; through Southwest Virginia into Kentucky, und boyoud the West Vir giiiin line into Ohio; while thousands | of square miles of choice timber lauds remained untouched. Coal and milt* einl experts si id out towards f-llO | Kentucky linu returned to makomusl glowing reports. i Along Lhcontiro route of the Clinch Valley extension, from Graham lo Big Stone Gap ami beyond, was ...

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. — 31 July 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRID VY. TERMS OK B?BSCtUPTION: (In Advnuce.) By mail, iKWbigc paid, one year. $1.50 By mail. postage {mid, six mouths', .!'> Advertising rates rurubhed on appll cation. Entered nt the Tazewell C. II. (Va.) postolllce as socoud class mutter. l ? c l a \Wj ) c fcW er. 'i l j\ ews briefs. Tho Ml it you are looking lor is at Frank's. K you want ;i nobby hal go to I. F rank & Co. Mr. W. Mastcrson left lor Carroll ton, Ky., Mondny. Neckwear, collars and cuffs at I. Frank & tin's. Leggins, black and brown, at I. Frank & Co's. Mr. Chapman Aldcrson returtied from Washington Co. last, week. A lull line of crush hate at 1. Frank & Co's. A nobby lino of spring suits at I. Frank & Co's. Miss Virginia St. Clair, sister of Ceo. W. St. Clair, Esq., is visiting friends in town. Hals, caps, valises, umbrellas, at 1. Frank & Co's. Try (be. black bottom shoe for 92.75 at I. Frank & Co's. Report from Mr. J. S. Chatwoll at Wylbeville is ...

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. — 31 July 1891

The New York Simsays that hypnotism is simply a humbug. ? "Nearly one-fifth of the entire popula? tion of the United States live in the fifty chief cities, which have a populatlou of over 11,000,000. Statistics show thatcriminal poisoning gradually increased iu France from the year 1S35 to 1855, and then declined at about the same rate. The Bishop of Lichfield, England, has started a crusade agaiust what lie calls "the deformation and degradation*1 of graveyards by the ornamentation of the graves with artificial flowers. ' The Atlanta Constitution thinks it worthy of record that one of the best in? formed men of New York never had any cducatiou beyond that of a common school. He is a regular lecture-goer, and in that way has learned enough to enable him to shine in literary and scientific circles. _ Fifty English sparrows were taken to Australia in 1SG0, and now there are couutless millions of them in all the colonies; they refuse to cat insects like their ancestors, but devote them...

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. — 31 July 1891

THE HILLS OF SONG. 1.0! I bave fared and fared again Fur up and down tho ways of men,% And found no path I strayed along As happy us tho hills of song. As in tho days when tiiuo began Are played the inorry pipes of Fan, And never rises uoto of wrong TJpjn tho happy hills of song. There is no frost of doubt to blight; Tho sun of faith sheds lustrous light; To peace and joy tho hours belong Upon tho happy hills of song. [Then bo! who will, and follow mo! 'Through llowary mead* the path shall be; : Fear not tho way is stoop or long Unto tho happy hills of soug. Lo! I have farad and fared again . Far up and down ttio ways of men, Aud found no path I strayed along |\s happy ns tho hills of song. Clinton Seollard, fa Harper's Ifazar. PITH AND POINT. noise cents?Cab-f jrc. "Sandy soil"?Scotland's. Ttun to earth?Electric wires. A winning way?The coal dealer?. A detective utterance ? "I've done wrong." ' The daily paper is not happy, though its "Wonts" are few. "We meet but to part," as the ...

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. — 31 July 1891

Clinch Viilloy News. FRIDAY, - - ? ' JULY Kl, NEIGHBORHOOD NIC WS. ! Tho following items of intorcst an* copied from our sprightly eon temporary, Itiehlands News: Tho family of Mr. C. Graham left. I for Mux Meadows Inn on Mondtty ln-fc for n short visit. Superintendent Malier, with Mrs. | Maker and their son Arthur, wore in town on Tuesday. Mrs. Dr. ?. 11. Castle, uftor n long and painful illness, died on Wodiios day morning, at Hotel Ui-Mauds. Nearly every honso in town hasI been connected with the water pipes. | The water works will probably be in I operation inside of ill) days. Wo lud the pleasure of a visit from ; OoL O. A. Marlin, or Berkley, Vo., und his son in law, Mr. S. C. I'oory, of Tuzewull C. 11-, one day lust wick. Mr. Kdwiu tiddison, of Leeds, England, son of Mr. Robert \V. Ed I disou, ol tiio English Board of Di rectors of tho Itiehlands Iron Manu fucturing Co., (the lube works) is in town. Unless something unforsoeli o? curs in the meuntime we look for u great inipr...

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. — 7 August 1891

Clinch Valley News.1 p?ULisiitirj kvkuv prpday. TIC K.MS OP SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ouo year. 81.1)0 By mail, jjustago [mill, si\ months, .1'?> Advertising rates futnishcri en impli? cation. Entered lit tho Taiowell C. II. (Vn.) poHtonioci as second class matter. LOU 4/, AjYI) GEM ft LULL ME\VS BRIEFS. ".'In1 suit, you are looking for is! :n Frauk'fj. 11 you wniil a nobby luvt goto I. Prank & Co. Prof \V. If. Cookc, principal elect ofTnscwell High School, expects to reach this place on the ITtlt. Neckwear, collars and culls at 1. Frank & Co's. Lcggins, hlauk ami brown, at I. Frauk it Co's, Mr. Jos. St ras and Muster Fred came in yesterday from Salem an 1 will remain a lew days. A lull lino of crush hats all. Frank & Co'.s. A uobby tine of spring suits nt. | J. Frank & Co's. Old leal hers become unhealthy; then why not, trade i.hem lor a de? light i'ni set of Turner's Horse Shoe lied Springs. Hats, caps, valises, umbrellas, at 1. 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. — 7 August 1891

The ? ity of Boston own* 157 pianos ia the public schools, valuer, lit $49,000. The latest fad among Iowa farmers is to rent their land for -$1 per aero aid laka Jifc easy in the town. Figures collected by the American Statistical Association show that the age nl which people tnarry tosteaUily ndv/iuc log. The average age cf bridegrooms now is twenty eight, and twcuty-tJve lor the brides. Long inarches have been added lo the training of the French infantry. They are also exercised in the practice of boarding trains fur the transportation of troops, und the rapidity with which thoj get in and out U admirable. Flic Chicago Mcr'tkvtH warm per? sons in nil part* of the country, who oc ctisiouiillyheartlr.il vast estates in Kng Innd arc coming lo then, that there is nothing in such stories. Out Miuistoriu Kugluud, it -ays, h is looked into hun? dreds i>f such cases, anil ha* never yet found the fortune tlwt was so coulidcut ly looked b.r. The Philadelphia Time* say. : '?The Govcrumeui...

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. — 7 August 1891

A IVtin.irr or Natur?. For fifteen years Joe Duffy, of .bo 8ii|>erior Court Clork's otlice, has not known that bo wns hurt, yot he has been carrying a part of a pane of glass around ?i his frame since Match, IST'i. Tho acquirement, conceattuont und final dolivery aro equally iuterosting. ! Nature's bido and sook gaiuo with tho injured mau was prolonged and tilled with wonder. It kept Mr. Dully guess? ing what -was the matter that caused the peculiar yet not painful sensation j which gathered around bis wrist and ran a race up to his shoulder,making an occasional jump at tho elbow and then resuming the chase all ovor his body. j "1 attributed theso sonsations," said bo, "to au accident which caused tho destruction of a largo pane of glass and left several jags on my arm. Those quickly hcnlcd, and I thought noth? ing more about tho mattor, until about a your ago I gave my arm a sudden wrench as 1 was getting on a street car. I remember I let go of tho car. Impressed with the idea t...

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. — 7 August 1891

Clinch Valloy News. FRIDAY, ? - ? A!"C 7. lslll. OF A SCIENTIFIC NATUfiS. It Ii said that Ihn Washington mAiiu mom must In) oiled w chock Its ruvtle r KClll. Accnttmxo to M; Hertlllon' ? p dleo il > teotlvoa' phototrfiipHy, tho ear Is llie most Important factor In the pro dein of identification. Tili: Wit wopo enables us I ? mi tiio invisible by first making ll visiMc: tho spectra ?????;?? ennlilos its '? hlcaijiirii tho Ihrlallilo without iiinkinjf l< ? Ilde Citi:osort:n woo 1 lias been found tu have such llortt Ustln - i ? ? that Us eeonbmie I proportion have ru:? goslod Its ??.? im pfermamjiit "? roads, shaft ways. >???:. In collier! ?* Last summer's oxcersionlsts to 1 ul im ??? island, arc ifraduatl.1 lo3iti.ii :'?.??' : ? Kruptiuiiii of the :; ?>". oecur now ofumor t'uan t-u I : ? Ii tl ij i. Rixkxt succ i In t itir . ? . i ii encourage 1 11* hcllt'f that i t unit i r.u . Itoiirliijf'i) Strait wil . Iml.ui vmj Ioi ? make it postdtdi1 tor-ntora railway car ilt tilt! ...

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. — 14 August 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBMSflF.D EVEIH FRIDAY. TERMS UK Kl/nS'-Ult'TloN: (In Advance.) Dy mail, postage paid, one year. SI..00 Hy mail, [tostuge paid, six inouths, .7") Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Taxowo? C. II. (Va.) postoftico as second class mutter. LUCdlj AjYJJ general j\ e \] s briefs. The suit you arc looking for is nt Frank's. Dr. J. M. IOstill has returned from Hunter's Springs. If you want n nobby hat go to I. Frank. & Co. Mint) Lnuuali Hall is visiting friends in Fulaski. Neckwear, collars and cuffs at 1. Frank St Co's. Mr. J. W. Chapman returned lnimc, Tuesday, quite ill. > , Leg :ius, black and brown, at I. Kranit & Co's. Miss Josephine Kolly is visiting the family of Mr. Jos. Stras in Sa? lem. A full lino of crush hats at 1. Frank & Co's. Mis.-- Harris, an accomplished young lady of Lynchburg, is visit iug her cousin, Mr. It. Izard. A nullity line of spring suits at I. Frank & Co's. Judge S. O. Graham is adding additiona...

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. — 14 August 1891

Kansas is now called the mother or parlies. ^ Receiit reports from Mexico iuilicate a revision of the system of taxation now iu vogue. "The next war between this Govern? ment und n foreign power will come," predicts Jitii'je, "through foreign inter? ference with the alTairs ofaSouth Amer? ica." "I believe,'' says II. T. Fink, in a rc ceut letter from Japan, "no parallel is to be found in the history of Europeni letters to the remarkable fact that a very large proportion of the best writings <.f the best age of Japanese literature was the v.-ork of women." The London 'Itmet says that Sir George Stephen, formerly President of the Bank of Montreal and now President of the Canadian Pacific Railway, his been raised to the peerage. This is the first instance of a native of a British col? ony being made a peer. Uo will sit iu the House of Lords-. Solicitor-General Taft signified his de? sire that neither the War Department nor the Department of Justice should be closed in: the day of hi...

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. — 14 August 1891

THE OLD APPLE TREES. Oil, how pretty the blooms, Ami how sweet the- nerfumes. Of the pink-nnd-whlte plumes On the old apple trvesl Oh, how blue the clear sky Whither gay warblers tly. Whence the south winds which sigh Through thy old apple trees ! And the bright suntie-ntiis play Hide-and-seek with each spray Uf the blossoms which sway With the old apple t rees. And the robin-redbreast Has there buiMetl her nest, And her young safely res'. '.Mongst the old tipple tress. Oh, how green the grass grows Where the rivulet Bows, SingitiL', too, us it goes By tho old apple trees I And the bee, sweet rover, Hums lovingly over The blossoming clover Neath the old apple tre?s. Oh, how pretty tin; blooms And how sweet the perfuuies Ol the piuk-nntl-white plumss On the old npple trees! ?F. Heinrich*, in Honton Transcript, a PITH APPOINT. Even a treadmill will ttiru when trod? den upon.?/'nek: The cautious excavator never throws himself into his work. ? UoUon Courier. The man who goes on a lark i...

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. — 14 August 1891

Clinch Valley News. KKl DAY, - - ? AU?. 1!. LSOl. VIA CLINCH VALLEY. Tho following from tlso Baltimore Sun is of micros!, us if describes tho now freight routa to t ho West , known us tho Cumberland Gap Dispatch Line : Tho ufTairH of tho now company arc managed by a board of directors, who have been selected ?a follows: A. Popo, general freight agent of tho Norfulk and Western Railroad Company, chairman; W. L. Ottilia doau, truflic manager of tho Old Do minion Steamship Company; 1). I). C. Mink, general freight agent of tho Clyde's Philadelphia Line; J. M. Culp, general freight agont of the Louisville nud Nashville Oomjrany; R L. Pooro, of tho Baltimore Bay Liue, and J. C Whitney, traffic man ngor of the Merchant's aud Miners' Transportation Company. Tho new line will cover about 3,000 miles of rail and steamship ainues, and will cover tho coa6t from Norfolk to Bos? ton mid traverse nil sect ions in the West and Southwest. Tho routes! embraced in Ihe lino tiro the Mor clmnts' und Mi...

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. — 21 August 1891

Clinch Valley Nowb. PUOL1SQBD EVERY FRIDAY. TEltlliS OF SUKStIMPTI?N: (In Advance.) Dy mail, postugo paid, one year. $*l.r-0 Dy mail. iKistugc paid, nix moiilhu, .70 Advertising rate? furnished Oll appli? cation. Entered at the Tazewell C. 11. (Vu.) po.sfoilicc au Hooond clurn matter. LUC 4L ?ND GIMEliAL A EWS BRIEFS, The suit you are lookiiig for is at Frank's. If you want a nobby hat go to I. Frank it Co. Rev. J. A. Leslie Iuih purchased the Greevog kpvptrty in t lie west ?ml. Neckwear, collars and culls at I. Frank ?v Co's. Leggilis, black and brown, at I. Frank & Co'.s. Messrs. Henry and Graham and H C. AldcrXuti wore in Wythoville trjis weelt on business connected with the l.vttVaiow murder case. A lull linn of crush hats at 1. Frank & Co's. A nobby line of spring suits at I. Frank & Co'.s. In a game of base ball the first of the week between tho Five Oaks team aud members of the 2d and 3d nines of Tazewell, the sortie ?toml 12 to 2 in favor of Tazewell. Hats, caps,...

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. — 21 August 1891

rr A speech in favor of cremation *vns nude iu the Mexican congress the other ,, General Grecly, of polar fame, thinks ihat it is safer to make an Arctic cx ?endition than to undertake a trans tfrican jouracy like Mr. Stanley's. The Sau Francisco Chronicle believes that the offering of prizes ior efficiency i\ the railway mail service might be ex? tended with profit to all brandies of the lostal service. Australia has now 4,750,000 of people, 1,500,000 more than the population of die American colonies when they de? clared their independence, uud the same is Ireland at the present time. It is said there is a tract of forest trees in Southern Orcgoa embracing about 10,000square miles, which, cut and sold it .$10 per Kino feet, would pay our na? tional debt twice over. It is estimated that the amount of merchantable timber standing will reach 400,000,000,000 fect. _' The British Museum has just come into possession of an almost complete collec? tion of the horns of the animals of India...

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. — 21 August 1891

IN FAR-OFF A MOT. riCTUKKS OK IAVK ON TilK CHlNIiSK COAST. +Ato\v Ui:.-hi Economy is Practice.! In a band That is Over-populated? I'nluiliomablc Ignorance and Peculiar Superstitions. Contrary to the statements cf menda? cious travelers, the Chincso do u3 much maritime commerce as any European na? tion. The bay at Arnoy is always crowud with native craft. The vessels arc uot very handsome, but they are ver / cheap. They begin with thu sampan, which is halt scow aud half gondola. It carries from three to twouty passengers aud can neither capsize uor founder. Its owner lives in it, having a miniature stove and pantry, using the tloor as a bed and mak? ing a nightly roof out of a bamboo mat. He pays ?12 for tho sampan wheu new, spends $1 a year in brightening up the scarlet, ultra-mnritic, gold and green paint with which it is decorated, aud churges two cents to ferry a passeager a mile. Then como the freight sampans, iwhich range in size from a Whitehall boat |to au cigthty-foot lighte...

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. — 21 August 1891

Clinch Valley News. FKIOAY, - - A MG. ill. 1891 FROM RICHLiANDS NEWS. Ou Thursday of last week a party consisting of tho following ladies nnd gentlomou visited our city, ar? riving ou the 2:18 p. tu. tinin : Col. If. 0. AldcrBOti ?nid lady, Mrs Hur grave und lit?e daughter, Mario, Misses Alice Chapi?a?, Le?ln ?ldor eon, llyrdo May ami Stella Crockett, Meuars. Will Henry Ahterson, !>'. (' Cluipmuti, Chapman Aldoraoi and Dr. David Ii. fierce, all of Tasowt-ll C. H.; Misses Lulu Mny Kregloe. ol Duonu Vista, Va. Bettle Alexander, of Baltimore, Md., Leua MeOnir< und Mattin Lou Perry of Coda: Bluff, Vh., Misses McNeil und Kader, of Bristol, Tonn , aud Mi* Taylor, of Lebanon, Va ; Messrs. Benjamin i J nines und William Caiiiuwk, ol Uns toi Tonn., und David Preston, of Ah ingdon. The party was iiniler t!?i cliaperonagu nf Mrs. Aidorsuij und Mm Hargrave, ably assisted by Col. Aldorson. Tho majority of thin oiowd lx>urd i ed the train at Tazowoll station at- H ; n. in. prompt, und af...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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