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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 28 August 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVKRY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SrjBSGKIPTION: (lu Advance.) By mail, postagu paid, ouo year. $1.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on uppli cutiou. Entered at tiro Tuzowoll C. H. (Va.) postollico us second class matter. LOCIL AjYJJ GENERAL A EWS BRIEFS. Dr. Jus. G'KeefTo is reported quite unwell this morning. The suit you arc looking lor is at Frank's. There is still hope for nu ineieas ed efficiency in the mail service of the Clinch Valley. If you want a nobby hat go to I. I rani; <ffc Co. Mr W T. Gilh'spie is convalesc ' ing rapidly. Neckwear, collars and cull's at I. Frank tt Go's. Leggins, black and brown, at I. yFrauk & Go's. " Mr. W. K. Hcwaon, merchant of Kichlands. was in town this a. in. A full line of crush hats at I. Frank & Go's. A nobby line of spring suits at I. Frank & (Vs. Rev. (ico. Huston has been ill of fever Uif Kouie days, and is quite low. Hills, caps, valises, umbrellas, at, 1. Frank &...

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. — 28 August 1891

Of ttao 17,000,000 wage-earners in this country, 7,000,000, or forty-four per cent., arc engaged in farming. AH tho gold ordered in New York during a rccont week wen*, abroad by the steamship Majestic, and bcr specie safe had in it $4,250,000 in gold, tho largest amount ever shipped by a single vessel. "W. B. Fletcher, an expert on insanity, said before the National Conference of Charities and Correction in Indianapolis that too many persons uro sent to asylums who might easily bo cured at home. Germany "is outstripping Franco in yearly increase of population almost four? fold, but in inoney-gctting tho French distance uny people in Europe, The great aim among three-quarters of French people of the lower and middle classes is to limit the family so each child may inherit a laigcr fortune. Says the New York <S'u/i: "Tho crim? inal reports give almost daily evidence that the stiletto is still used hy Italian malefactors hero and hereabouts. The Federal authorities at tho Ilurge Off...

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. — 28 August 1891

AGRICULTURAL. TOPICS OK INTEREST RELATIVE TO FARM AND GARDEN. THE THERMOMETER IN THE DAIRY. The necessity of tho thermometer as a guide to dairy practice is well known. It doe/ not seem to be so well known that many thermometers, especially the cheap dairy thermometers, are not accu? rate. We have known one of these thermometers 10 degrees out, and few arc within one degreo of the standard. Again, therefore, wo must urge the necessity of each dairy worker having his or her own thermometer, and know? ing that it is accurate, or at least wdmt allowance is required to oe made.? [American l.'airyuiaa. FOWLS B.VTIKO FEATHERS. "When hens cat their feathers it is a symptom that something is wroug with their feed. Giving too much corn is a common cause of this hahit. The hens grow fat at first from the excess of car? bon or starch this gruin possesses, but soon become unhealthy and stop laying. Even when moro nitrogenous and miner? al food is given caro must he excercised not to over-feed. ...

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. — 28 August 1891

Clinc'i Vailey iNows. KitI DAY, V - ? Al'c '.. 2S, t.v.i'. J?IK--: ; ll?G-HE^?W THE OL, COT COMMITTEE FLAN. W.\s;ux?'r?N:, Aug 22.?Aniongthn visitors: iiifilc yesterday wnu Judge li. ?V. lingoes, of Iii? United Stuten Court lyr Sho Enaleui 1 >i -1 riot of Virginia, with whom the (J.iznttu'H rjot'tiispontjout had the following in tc.viow : 1 wr.nl '?? you alw.l tin- (Munt*. coimr.jitqo ;.v.I:iu>,:m likely to be done idVoui i o ! fit< di Iii ' . V.i.1 !i:iM nyMiw lotho*wrhug ihnn on subject; 1" k'ilow iibthiisg whatever about tho Oleott roimiiittot o: what il i- doing or [>ropO-<Otl. Do you think it it< littflv l?? fi"*-*f niiylliuig towni-ds it aollleiu :u) of Mm ?!? Ill controversy { li is liiy owii opinion tlml il will not". i have |oiig;t.bOUj}ltl Hit-only SelUVuncit possible wits on tin' b;t:d> I of the iii:ldl?'b*ii';.;r billi The voter* o! Vi'.'{j".iii'it iv'mhl jiroiMibiy ft; and ; I Unit i tti'u 1?.lit ildbi'n would uCoopi i if without further deiuy; but ...

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. — 4 September 1891

ii> ' _ Clinch Valley News. PUBLISnED EVERY FRIDAY. I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. 81.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .7? Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Titiseweli C. H. (Va.) poatollioo as second otass matter. LOCAL AND GENERAL I JSlEWS BRIEFS. Tlic suit you are looking for is at Frank's. If you want a nobby luvt go to I. Frank & Co. Rev. tieo. Boston hits improved since last report. Neckwear, collars and cuffs at I. Frank & Co's. Lcggins, black and brown, at I. Frank & Co's. Address the secretary, Dr. J. R. Gildersleeve. for premium list of the Ta/.owell Fair. A lull line or crush hats at I. Frank & Co's. nobby liuo of spring suits at JL Frank & Go's. Dr. O'Keoftb has nearly recover? ed fraun what promised to bo a se? vere spell of illness. Hats, caps, valises, umbrellas, at I. Krank & Co's. Try the black bottom shoe for ?'J.7.r> at 1. Frank & Co's. Mr. vv. Mnstrrson has ...

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. — 4 September 1891

4g1 " ?? . A speech in favor of cremation was made in the Mcxicau congrcs3 tho othor iuy. General Grccly, of polar fame, thinks {hat it is safer to make r.u Arctic ex penditiou than to undertake a trnus ifricau jouruoy liko Mr. Stanley's. The San Francisco Chronicle believes j that the offering of prizes tor efficiency in the railway mail service might be ex? pended with profit to all branches of the postal service. Australia bns now 4,750,000 of people, 1,500,000 more tliau the population of ihe American colonies when they de? clared their independence, and the same ts Ireland at tho present time. It is said there is a tract of forest trees in Southern Oregon embracing about 10,000 square miles, which, cut and sold ?t $10 per 1000 feet, would pay our na? tional debt twice over. It is estimated that the amount of merchantable titulier standing will reach -100,000,000.000 feet. _ The British Museum has just como lato possession of an almost complete collec? tion of the horns of the a...

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. — 4 September 1891

IN FAR-OFF AMY. riCTUUKS OP IjIKH on tuk chinusk coast. '^Hniv Kijtid Economy Is Practiced in a band That Is Over-populated? Ciilmhomnlilc Ienoranuo nuel Peculiar Supci-alitiuns. Contrary to the statements ot menda? cious travelers, thu Chinese do as much maritime commerce ns any European na? tion. The bay at Arnoy is ntways crowed with nativu craft. Thu vessels aro not very handsome, but they arc ver, cheap. They begiu with tho sampan, which is halt scow aud halt gondola. It carries from threo to twenty passengers and can neither capsize nor founder. Its owner lives in it, having a miniature stovu aud pantry, using thu lloor ns a bed and mak? ing a nightly roof out ot a bamboo mat. lie pays ?12 for tho sampan wheu new, spends ?1 a year iu brightening up the scarlet, ultra-marine, gold aud greeu paint with which it is decorated, and charges two cents to ferry a passenger a mile. Then como thu freight sampans, [which range in size from a Whitehall boat %o an cigthty-foot lighter. 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. — 4 September 1891

Clinch Villloy L^ews. | ?HNT?Ho WILL D1F??S. I On the subject of tho Furniers Alliance attitude iu politics the papers of tho State hold various] opinions. A lew am shIijohumI: I A FEW XTNDT..V BUT PLAIN i WO.LtDS- I Wo soo t hat several of our Dom- i oeratie coiitoiniMiVftrii?? in Virginia,' and also a few prominent Demo? crats in iiitervicw^ are giving a?l vice unit suggestion*; to lb" Karin? en?' Alli'iiiico ms wtiai u ought to; do on this tiling and that. We would like to say in I lit" kjndosi spirit that all tliis is superstitious. Tho Farmers' Alliance, lias nut, as far as we can learn, asked nur tnl-; vice; lias not waited for :? lie lure I inking action^ und appears ??? he going righl along, attending to its own a Hairs in its own way, ?villi out waiting I'or i: from Iradeis ui cither political party who are no! \ members of the organization. Ail i tho solicitude expressed over its doing Ilm righl thing is just, so niuch thrown tlway. I'he inem tiers of l.lie Farmers' Allian...

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. — 11 September 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY EU1DAY. TERMS OF 80BSCRIPTl?N: (In Advauco.) By mail, postag? paid, cue year. S1.C0 By mail, poetafjo paid, six mouths, .76 Advertising rates furniuhod on appli? cation. Entered nt the Tazcweli C. II. (Va.) postolHce us ueuoud class mutter. LOCA L AMI) GENERAL ME WS BRIEFS. The suit you are looking tor is at Frank's. II you want a nobby hat go to I. lei-auk & Co. Miss \unnie Tyues is visiting her sister, Mrs. Peery, in Nebraska. Neckwear, collars and cuffs at T. Frank & Co's. Leggins, black and brown, at I. Frank & Co's. Mr. H. ?. Hull came over from Million and went to Abbs Valley. A full line of crush hats at I. Frank & Co's. r A nobby line of spring suits at I. Frank & Co's. Capt Win. Moody and daughter came up from Virginia City Sunday. Hats, caps, valises, umbrellas, at I. Frank & Cok Try the black bottom shoe lor ifcUo at f. Frank & Co's. Mr. Achilles Tyues has returned to Hampden S.ydncy Collego. I. Frank & C...

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. — 11 September 1891

William Redmond, a Momhor of Par? liament, declares thatEnglish juries "are not gifted with much intolligeccc." Of tho nearly 2,000.000 inhabitants of New York, calculates tho World, shout 10,000 own the whole city, and there aru only about 18,000 people pos icssing any real estate. Iloinrich Schmttinski, one of the mil? lionaires of Hamburg, Germany, lias de? cided to leave his immense fortuno to ids native city. The monoy, however, is to be used to build an asylum for ua aiurricd women. Wo have hail our age of stotio and Iron. Now has come the aye of paper, not merely newspaper, but paper imple? ments of nil kinds from water buckets to car wheels. Even the navy is about to try the experiment of paper boats, of which it is said they are light, inexpen? sive and serviceable. From calculations recently made by the IJritish Hoard of Admiralty it is evi? dent that the navai engagements of the future will be cxponsivo affairs. It was estimated that one vessel, carrying two 110-ton guns,...

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. — 11 September 1891

Mtisn't I'm Muff*,! on rulftes. 'And whore aro you going, Katy?" called a Houston street mother from a third story window to her daughter on the ride walk. "Over to Mrs. Johnson's to inquiro aboufher sick boy." ' "Well, go on ; but remember that if she'begins to brag that his pulso has been up to 110, you want to say that our Jimmy's pulso saw that aud went fifteen hotter the week ho had the measles."?aVei? York Evening World. Don't Feel Well And j et 70u are not tick enough to consult a do tor, or yon refrain from so doing for fear 70a will alarm yourself and Moods?wo will tell you Ju?l what yon need. It Is Hood's Sorsaparltla, which will soon lift you out of that uncertain, uncomfortable and dangerous condition. Into a state of good health, KjnJldoaco and" chocrfaleesS. You" to no Idea how potent tola peculiar modlclno 13 la such cases as yours. N. D. De sure to get Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all dm ;glits, 8u six for $5. l'roparoJ only L i C. 1. X ?A, Lowell. A lit IOO Do83S One...

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. — 11 September 1891

Clinch Valley News.! FRIDAY, " ? "TkPT. 11, lo'Jl. NOT SO FAST. Northern Republican journals] aro making inerry ovor the situa? tion in Virginia. Ono of tlicm | gleefully remarked the other, day that Virginia Democrats find it] much funnier to havo a third party j in Kansas than at home, ami at j their own doors, and then jumps j to tho conclusion that tho rc-elee j tion of Senator Daniel is rendered j doubtful by tho strength of the Alliauco vote. In such utterances] the journals in question show their ignorance of Virginia sentiment. Everybody hero knows Hint thu | Alliance men of Virginia nro as friendly to Senator Daniel as any i other class of Democratic voters. There is no thought of putting up a candidate iu opposition to him. Ilia re election is a foregone eon-, elusion. Our Republican friends| may therefore dismiss ail ('cars on that score. The Wailed States j Senate will nol bo deprived of the valuable counsels of thu eloquent Virginia Senator. It may bo true that in a lew...

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. — 18 September 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Uu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. Si.50 By mail, ixx?tugo paid, six mouths,' .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Eutcrod at the Tazewoll C. H. (Va.) poatotlice us second clues matter. LOCAL AMD GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS. The suit you aro looking for is at Frank's. If you want it nohhy hat go to I. Frank & Co. Neckwear, collars and cuffs at 1. Frank & Co'h. Miss R?ttie Crockett, of Graham, is visiting friends iu towu. Leggius, black and brown, at I. Frank & Co's. A full lino of , crush hats at I. Frank. & Co's. ^ Mr. W. K. LtiBac was iu the city ' this uioruing. A uobby lino of spring suits at I. Frank & Co's. Hats, caps, valises, umbrellas, at I. Frank & Co's. Why does the moon have such a strange effect upon some folks? Try the black bottom shoo for S2.75 at I. Frank & Co's. I. Frank & Co. is headquarters for clothing of all kinds. I. Frank & Co. have a full li...

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. — 18 September 1891

? In this country 7,000,000 persona are engaged in farming, forty-four por cent, of our wage earners. According to on cstimato in the New York Times, niuoty-two per cent, of all our agricultural products arc consumed at home; only eight per cent, of them aro exported. Fate seems to fit thingB nicely, muses tho St. Louis Jtepullic. Just as -wood was giving out coal was discovorod, and just as whalo oil was about exhausted petroleum was found. Incredible as it may seem, exclaims tho Chicago Post, there aro no less tbau 200,000 children ?f tho tender ago of eleven at work in tho manufacturing dis? tricts of tho British kingdom, mo?tly as 4 'half timers." In ono of London's fashionable churchc3 tho preacher made an appeal to tho effect that a certain baronet was, through no fault of his own, in debt to the amount of $300, and had no moans of paying. Consequently the congte gntioa wero called upou to provide the amount required. A Talladcga justice has decided, chronicles tho Atlanta Con...

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. — 18 September 1891

PRISON LIFE. IRICKS_ OP CONVICTS TO KILL, TIME. Prisoners Who Deliberately Mntm Themselves lor a Purpose and Others Who Incite lu eiplent Mutinies. There nrc mauy incidents in the pris? on life of convicts that are out of the ordinary, and may bo said to form part of ' their pleasures, although some are weird and tragic enough iu themselves to bo classed as anything but pleasures. I recollect on one occasion that I was appointed a special "trusty" over a tall, lank, dark featured young Southerner who, in a moment of hopeless despera? tion, had cut his throat. Teddy, us we will call him, bad been a headstrong boy, nud his parcuts could not control him, and, after a youthful vagabondage, he had enlisted in tho regular army, where he was always in trouble. When under my care in the special hospital ward to which ho had been sent he re? lated much of his past life to me, aud I learned that he hud attempted to take his life when he was a soldier in the same mannet as he had done in State...

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. — 18 September 1891

L.t aw.:-1;:;-. ."; Clincli Valley News. FKIUAY, - SEI'T. l^"ib?l. THE REVIVAL IN SP?OULA LION. A Eimultaneuus advanco in tbo prices of grain und of stocks, such ns is now under way, is raro enough to bo notable. Tho world has boon nothing of this sort bcioro in recont years. Ordinarily whon wheat or corn goes up in prieo rail way shares go down. Genorally when stocks two booming graiu is depressed. But now that there is a bull market for both at the same time it would not bo correct to say that this condition of things is un? warranted by tho actual conditions. Tho fact is, the situatiou is alto? gether differeut from what it bus been at any tituo before iu I be past inuo or ton years. Usually high i graiu prices are a mark of a short | domestic crop, and thin mo ins a fall | ing off ill traflic for tbo railroads, which, in turn, depresses stocks; while a largo crop, which generally means low prices, moans at tho same time increased work for tbo roads, and a greater valuo for their...

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. — 25 September 1891

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY. - 8BPT. 25, 1891. LOCAL AjYJJ GEJVERAL AEWS BRIEFS. The Rtiit you aro looking for is at Frank's. K you want a nobby hat go to I. Frank & Co. Neckwear, collars ami cuffs at I. Frank & Co's. Sweet potatoes at Huston & Son's. Leggins, black and brown, at I. Frank & Co's. A full Una of crush hats at I. Frank & Co's. Huston & Son have just received /ri fresh supply of first class cheese. '/? A nobby line of spring suits at ' I. Frank & Co's. Hats, caps, valises, umbrellas, at I. Frank & Co's. J. B. (Bunt) Woolwino left for Nashville Monday to engage in business in that city. Try the black bottom shoe for ?2.75 at I. Frank & Co's. A number of racehorses were brought in for the Fair from Wythoville yesterday. I. Frank & Co. have a full lino of ladies and gents trunks. A fall line of light summer coats and vests at I. Frank & Co's. The celebrated Pearl Shirt at I. Frank & Co's. Only ono. dollar. Wo can tit any shape...

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. — 25 September 1891

The New York Sun says that Portugal, insignificant as it is, can givo Europe a greet deal of trouble. Four thousand women are employed in tho various Government departments at Washington. "They got good salaries, have easy hours and do good work," asserts tho New York World. Tho entlro annual rainfall of tho United Status has been estimated by Professor T. Kussel, of tho Signal Scr vico, at about 1100 cubic miles. The water would fill a ditch, half n milo deep and a mile wide, extending from Now York to San Francisco; and the average entire fall per second would till n cubical box with edges of 187 feet. A w-cll-uTiThcnlieuteTl story, related by the Argonaut, ol the slaughter at Pine Itidgo, is that of an Irish soldier, who, kneeling with his comrades behind a bunk, was shut close to the heart. "Faith," he exclaimed, "I'm sure it's nil over wid nie! Howl nr.- round, boys, and make a linee of me." The next mo? ment he was dead. They obeyed him, nud used his body as a rampart. A new a...

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. — 25 September 1891

AGRICULTURAL nones ok intichkst relative. to farm and g ahden. rapid coouhg of milk. A. prominent dairy authority says that the rapid cooling of milk will prevent the formation uf a delicate mesh of lac> tofibrin in the milk, which would hinder the globules from rising freely. Conse? quently, he says, that if the milk is put into tho cooler at a temperature above ninety degrees and reduced immediately to forty-eight or forty-tlvo degrees, tho upward movement of tho globules of fat will bo much moro rapid aud 1 thorough. ?-American Dairyman. clearing lakd op hocks. Tho easiest way to clear land of rocks | is to dig close to them aud turn them over into the holes and bury them. Care is tc bo taken not to dig too near them in loose ground. If the stono is worth the cost for any use the rocks may be broken up with dynamite cai tridges ex? ploded under them, by punching holes with a steel bar so as to bring tho explo? sive a3 near to the centre as possible. The dynamite is procured iu...

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. — 25 September 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISUED EVERY I'll I DAY. ? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iu Advuuco.) By mnil. postago paid, ono year. Sl.fiO By mail, poatago paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tar.owull C. II. (Va.) postoltico ns second eines mutter. TENDERNESS. Not onto every licurt i.i God's good B''t Ot shapl-: ti-ndoracss nltotsc - Kit 11 wan love in many .'addon, when we l ft "list to nur Hp ? lifo'* waters, bill r ; Lore cornea r.ron v* ?ttla i ? latii si power Ot curuhSJ passion anO wit!. lisad itros.-. wl 1 It plays around itlto April's l reuse au : iltowcr Or calmly llnwi, :i rapid stream, nlul still II comes with Messodnesti unto i!:.- beat I That a'oloouics it :irl ;!ii, < r?Mit ir fate? It wrin.;i the bosom with k.i Here! :> uraart That love, wo cry. Is cruo.or Ihaa hate. And then, alii uiol When love kau ceased to bless. Our broken hearts cry out for tenderness. We long for tonderncs like that which hiiafl About us, lyliifT oa our...

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