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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 2 October 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. 81.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazowoll C. H. (Va.) postodiee as second class mutter. LOG 4L AND GENERAL J\ E WS BRIEFS. Tito suit you are looking for is at Frank's. If you want a nobby^hat go to I. 1<rank & Co. Mrs. Barbara DeVault.of Tonnes Boo, is visiting her Bistern in Taze? woll. Neckwear, collars and cuffs at I. Frati k & Go's. Loggias, black and brown, at I. Frank & Co's. Mr. J. W. Bausoll, editor of the Lebanon News, was in the city during the week. A full lino of crush hats at I. Frank & Go's. A nobby line of spring suits nfc L Frank & Go's. Miss Eliza Burns, of Russell county, is visiting Miss Joste ?inyts? at Kelly. Ilafcs, caps, valises, umbrellas, at I. Frank & Co's. I. Frank & Co. is headquarters for clothing pi all kinds. Messrs. fjMcCall and Harrlsso...

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. — 2 October 1891

The St. Louis Star-Sayings believes that Germany is threatened with an anti corh law agitation. ? very largo acreage is devoted to - grapo growing in New Jersey, and tho area is extending yearly. ' It has been stated thnt tho cipher used by the United States Navy Department cost $5000, and is so Complicated and Intricate that it absolutely defies so? lution. _ The Chicago Herahl has seut out an exploring expedition to discover or as? certain tho site of Columbus's first land? ing-place in tho Western hemisphere, a spot supposed by the Herald (und by many others untd recently) to be as yet uuidcu tificd and unknown. The New Haven brakeman who was crippled in October last and recovered ?10,000 damages from the company at his first trial, . is probably glad now, opines the New York Commercial Adver? tiser, that the court granted a new trial to the railroad, for the poor fellow's sec? ond verdict is for $27,000. The Aluminum Age, of Cincinnati, announces the reduction to fifty cents n p...

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. — 2 October 1891

SANTA FE. TT IS THE OLDEST TOWN IN THE UNITED STATES. It Contains the OI<le3t Ilonso ana the OUtest Uhurch In ?mericu,and Perhaps the Oldest I'alaoe lu the World. Santa Fe, New Mexico, says a St. Louis Republic- correspondent, the city of the holy faith of St. Francis, is the trade centre and until recently the military headquarters of the Southwest. It is the oldest civil and religious Government on American soil. Wheu Cabez-i do Baca penetrated the valley of the Rio Graudo in 1538 he found Santa Fo a flourishing Pueblo village. The history of its first European settlements was lost with most of the early records of tho Territory by the destruction of all tho archives in 1CS0, but the earliest mention shows it then to have been the capital aud the centre of commerce, authority und influence. In 180-1 came tho first venturesome American trader?tho foreruunct of tho great lino of merchants who have made traffic over the "Suuta Fe" world-wide in its celebrity. In the city of Santa ...

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. — 2 October 1891

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, -OCT. 2, ISOL THE FINANCIAL WORLD. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday tlie transactions on tho Stock Exchange exceeded each day 500,000 shares; on Friday they rose to the height of 778,000 shares, and in the brief two hours of busi ness Saturday they were . 312,000 shares. That teil? whore tVic pub? lic is. No such volume of business hns over boou doae iu Wall Street without tha public being in the market. The professionalelement! in as fuuall corps of regulars 1u the great army of volunteers. The public is always a bull, therefore it tx < > fi-i an onuuvoroUR buyer. It jr,.i.\vnns a natural consequence that prices have been rising under this great buying, and they are at! Saturday's quotations tho highest of the year. They have risen so j that the average trader feels as if j the rush of business toclc his breath away, lie, as a profession -1 al, only Just recovering from thai depressed feelings caused by a market which for months defied j ?11 effo...

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. — 9 October 1891

Clinch VallejNews. PUBLISHED EVERYflDAY TERMS OP SUBSCKflON du Advance, liy mail, postage paidfom by mail, postage puid, si.xjmths Advertising rates furnit-i on appli? cation. Entored at-the Tazowel).' H. postollico as sccoud class liter. LOCAL JlXD GVERAL Mrs. Jos. Stras will \jt her old homo in a (Thy or sc Election day fulls tl; tho 3d of November. Mr. J. Y. Crawford Holstou Conference in (attauooga Dr. JainesO'Kee.lel ?1.50 .75 (Va.) year on bk the this morii lst vice president ofjie Medical aioiy of Virginia, at Ifiiehburg. ing for Marion ou Maspe matters. Mr. A. C. Spotts, of as Bros. & Spotts, Salem, is in to tliis week. Several townspeople inteinplate tfoiug to the Lynchhi Fair, the 20th. Mr. J. Y, Crawford having re? modeled his undortuk; establish meet. Mr. C. Newman, wh ?pent some mcuitlis here last fpiiit is again in Tazowell. Mrs. A. J. May, Jr., iitert-aiua a number of her friends is evening ut a cobweb party. Messrs. F. It. Huutei A. P. Pan nill and W. K. LaBar,?R...

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. — 9 October 1891

"Tho rood that passed his father's door He thought stretched on forevermore. Through fragrant valosof tangled grass, 'O'er nrtiny a misty mountain pass, ?Out into wonders unexpressed Beyond tho cloudlands of tho west, Through lauds and cities of rcuown. To where tbo mighty sun goes ?Iowa. And so he left his father's door And said, "I will return no more." .He U-avoicd fortli beyond tho bridge. Ho climbed tho lofty mountain ridge, Ho passed tho river and the towu To find out where the sun went down; But when ho sank at close of day, Tho sunset still was far away. Ho trod through many a wi.nl-swept gleu; In mighty towns ho mixed with men; The breath of many an alien broezj Tossod him o'er unfamiliar seas; He breathed tho spicy galo that blows From Southern archipelagoes. And in tbe quiot Eastern calm He sought sweet sleep beneath tho palm. But when he looked at closo of day, The sunset still was far away. He thought to leavo his father's door And travel on forevermore. A withered pilg...

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. — 9 October 1891

As many a* 1C00 people are said to be ???lynchod" in tho United States yearly. Onyx Is in danger of lo3ing its special -value, predicts the Chicago Herald. Be sides the great deposits discovered in Missouri extensive layers have been tound in Smyth County, Virginia. Tho law of the United States is that bridges over navigable streams must bo built under tho sanction of tho Wae Department. Tho law is to bo tnoro vigorously eoforced than formerly. Truly we nro an onterprising peoplo, exclaims tho Now York Tribune. A California man is already taking stops to erect a hotel on tho shore of the new aod mysterious lake which has appeared in Southern California,' and will soon be sending out circulars announcing good bathing, boating and tishing. Lieutenant Finloy, of tho United States Signal Service, who claims the ere lit, of originating tho idea of tor inado insurance, suggests tho applica? tion of the same principle to the protec? tion of tanners in California against loss jby northers. ...

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. — 9 October 1891

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY', ~ OCT. 5), ltjbl. "~ GOOD ROADS. ? Tho following ruticlo taken from tho Evening Post is worthy of so rious consideration by every farmer of this county : An oxcvlloiit educational tract upon (he subject of better country roiuls pas been issued by Mr. Isaac 13. Pot ' Her, cliairuian of tho New York State Ituacl Iniproveincut Association. It . ia an attractive pauipbletof sixty odd pngos, outitled "Tho Gospel i;f Good Koads." and is in the forni of n letter to tho Ann rican farmer. Mr. Potter addresses tho farmer iu a direct, col? loquial manuor, ca'.liug his attention ic the hardships he suffers from poor pcr.ds, und snowing him by iustuiittt iieous photographs taken on the spot, how ho (tho farmer) appears when engaged in trying to travel over those roads in muddy seasons. Thcu he culls his attention, also by mount, of photographs, to the scion titicully constructed rouds of foivi^.-n countries, and shows him pictures of tho enormous loads which the farm...

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. — 16 October 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Ha Advtinco.) By mail, postage paid, one year. SL50 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tasowoll C. n. (Va.) pnstoffico as second class matter. LOCAL AND GENERAL JvEWS BRIEFS. The^cditor of this paper is absent this week in the- eastern part of thin Stute,*on business intent. Mrs. Davis, of Pounding Mill, moved to this city this week, in or? der to send her daughters to the Seminary. ^ Miss Eva Spotts, of Richmond, who is so much admired by her Tazewell friends, is in the city. She brings sunshine with hor. Rev. J E NaIV, the new pastor, will arrive tomorrow, and occupy the pulpit of the Presbyterian vchurch Sunday mid Sunday night. School exercises were suspended n couple of days at the Seminary in consequence of the death of Mr. T. H. Gille'spie, lather of Dr. Gillespie. Mrs. it. J. Priehard and. her charming little daughter, Lucy, af ter a visit of se...

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. — 16 October 1891

Hebrew is agaiu becoming a living language in Palestine. I Tho Loudon Telegraph udvocntes that murderers condomnod to electrical exc cutiou bo chloroformed. The assessed valuation of real prop? erty in New York City, as nnnouueed by its municipal authorities, is $1,464,247, 820; an increase from last year of $05, 957,813._ Mail mutter dropped in n box in Paris is delivered iu Berlin within nn hour nud a half, nnd sometimes within thirty five minutes. It is seut by menus of pneumatic tubes. Chicago, first and last, has expended more thau ?(5,000,000 In purchasing lands on the outskirts of that city for her system of parks. There are twenty nine of them iu all, containing two thou? sand acres. Tho Turkish army is reported to be in excellent condition. Nearly 000,000 re? peating rifles arc in tho hnud3 of the in? fantry. The artillery is furnished main? ly by Krupp, nud forty-uiuc regiments of cavalry, mostly raised in Asia, have recently been added. A Kansas editor has decovered that ...

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. — 16 October 1891

A HORRIBLE TALE. Tho Experience of n Drummer la ? Rail? road Accident, Drummers tho world over are good story tollers but the one who related tho tale below could give points to the most of them. He tells his experience io n railroad wreck iu the following: "It was in the winter of '87 that I was making a trip to San Francisco ovor the Union Pacific. One evening I was sit? ting in my seat, waiting until it should be late enough to retire. My eyes pain? ing mo somewhat, 1 did not eare to read, so I rat by the window gazing out into tho darkness. "Gradually, as I sat there, Bleop bo gan to overpower mo. My oyes were j continually closing, my head nodding. I sat eujoying that dreamy feeling, trying to decide whother to doze there longer or go aud summen the porter to make up my berth. I never decided. Seem? ingly without slowing up, tho train dashed into an obstacle. I was thrown to the fioor amid the general wreck, and utter darkuess followed. "I tried to riso, but could not. Some hea...

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. — 16 October 1891

Clinch Valley Ncws.i FRIDAS, - OCT. iC, 1891 The municipal election ut Indian? apolis yesterday resulted in the choice of ? Democratic ticket, Mnyor Sullivan being re-elected. The majorities range From 1,000 to 3,000. The contest was I ho most exciting nud bitter in the history of tho city's politics, and tho vic? tory of the Democrats was a sig? nificant one, under tho oircinn Ktancea. President 11 unison was very much interested in the eon test, and will not bo nblo to ex tract iiiuch comfort from the re? sult. Mr. Sullivan, first elected two years ago, is the first Demo C.-ltie mavii Indianapolis has bad Binec l.S7ti. Tho Republicans hero are, not going around betting that l'assett will be elected Governor of New York. In fact the Republicans do not appear at all anxious to bet mi the result in the Empire Slate. A gentleman who is a close observer nuid to the Courier Journal corres? pondent this evening that the best indication of Democrat ie, success in Xcw York this fall is the...

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. — 23 October 1891

Clinch Valley News. PiTnrasHED every Friday. 1'E'KuIS OF SUBSCRIPTION: IIa Advance.) By mail, postage fall), one year. 81.60 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising fates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho TanowoU C. H. (Va.) poetof?ce as second class matter. LOCdL AND GENERAL JvEWS BRIEFS. Miss Alico ChapiiRin is visiting friends iu Bristol. Dr. A. F, Hurgravo has returned from a purchasing trip east. Information from Mr. A. A. Spotts at Graham is that he is very ill. Mr. J. P. Kroll hue returned from a business trip to Philadelphia. Mr Jos. Strns, of Salem, joined his family hero a few days since. Mr. H. B. Hull, of Marlon, was in town during the* week ou business. The trotting innre, Sanol, has beat en her record, making the mile in 2:08^. Tho open ?eason for quail, which begnu on the 15th, promises to be a good one. Some snow was on the mountain the other morning and there have been Beverul frosts. President Kimlinll, of the N. & W?, arrived in Philadelphi...

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. — 23 October 1891

A Now York nowspapcr man estimate* that American tourists spend $100,000, 000 annually in Europe. Tho greatest number of tiros ia tho ?world per 100,000 inhabitants is in Now York City, being 141; the least in Bt. Louis, forty-nine. The Now York Pott avers that the iron trade is usually taken by statisticians as au index and thermometer of trade in general._ Physicians of this couotry are paid annuully nearly $1,500,000 for medical examinations for lifo iusuraucc compa? nies. Three companies pay over $250, 000 oich. A scheme is on foot at Ottawa for promoting patriotism among young Canndians. A committee of leading ed? ucationists have iu baud a proposal to issue a text book on Canadian history, showing tbc patriotic deeds of the past three centuries. They intend ollering n prize of $2500 for tbc best manuscript. Dr. Ernest La Plnco, of the Philadel? phia Medico-Chirurgienl College, says that within n very short time the world will hear again from Dr. Koch. lie will make important s...

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. — 23 October 1891

n?o KOtt-l-noor. Tili? jovrel, ao brilliant and massive a> 4o be oallod tho "Mountain of Light." now glistens iu the crown of Queen Vie torix Perhaps few treasuries have passed through greater vicissitudes. Its origin is lost in tho mists of legendarv antiquity. It had fallen into tho hands of the oarly Turkish invaders of India, and from them passed to the moguls. "My 6on,B Baid the famous conqueror of Babor, "bos won a jewel from the Bahja which is valued at half the expenses of the whole world 1" Later on, a Persian oonqneror, seeing it gleaming in the turban of Bauer's descendant, exclaimed with rough and somewhat costly humor, *\Ve will be friends,'lets as change our turbans In pledge of friendship." The oxohange, it need hardly be said, was made. From Persian, the jewel waa passed by conquest to Afghan hands. Shah Sooja, being an oxiie and a pris? oner among the Sikhs, was in return re? lieved of the jewel by Bunject Sing. This prince on his deathbed was almost persuaded by...

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. — 23 October 1891

- . ?! liiich Valley News. FRIDAY, - OCT. 2?. IW>1 RICH Li AND S [From l?ohlands Nows.] The west bounJ train, duo bero at 3:03 p. m.j is generally late, owing to j connections ou tbo Now Rivor Divi sioii. From prosont indications, great j interest-will bo manifested in tho ru j 6ult of tbo fall elections. Tbo Ho publicans, Democrats and AUlatiOi men are busy ?wivn.ssiog this tectioti I and feel coulideut tbat their candi? date will win. "Wo understand that on Monday last tho Kiehlands Brick and MTg Co. closed the contract with the (V .octcis of the Graham Hank for the erection ni ouco of the brick work on their new bank building. The design of the front is very pretty and in strict keeping with ] a banking institution. The front will be of red press brick laid in rrod mortar, with struck potato,! arched doors aud windows with 1 trimmings of red sandstone, will ulso bo added. We arc certain that the Riohlands Co. will erect | ono of the best pieces of brick work to be seen anywher...

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. — 30 October 1891

Clinch Valley Nek published Every frida TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION tin Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ouo year. CO By mail, postage paid, six months .75 Advertising rates furnished on cation. Entered at the Tazowell C. H postouTce-as second class matter. >li a.) LOCAL AND &EJVE4L A EWS BRIEFS. Mr. C. Graham, of RicUlauuius op Monday ou business. The frame of Capt, Tynes'l donee ou Tazowell avenue is ljtty well tip. Messrs. O. H. Cross and j II. Hiltebeitol came up I'roui I.iulfids Suuday. Uncle . Billy Moore was inlwn court day.putting in a goodUd for Osetfr. A surprise wedding occurreJast night, Mr. ,W. G. Young audliss Annie Carson. Mrs. Bessie Thoruton lias ecu visiting her brother. Rev. Gp-ge Bt*stojj, for some days. fyuite it largo number of p pie, and yo'ters, -wore in town Tuejlay, tin; ifrsfc day of county court. The candidates and their frnds are rnakiug much ef the few ays left for work before the electio Mr. It. M. Hitc, of tho Va. ind Tenn. Coal aiid Iron Co., ha.- r...

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. — 30 October 1891

inhabiting Chiciigrj ( half per cent, urc ,.A rl estate. .? -? -.-7?r men who run to tho writing of l* .,,1, V?ill bo interested to learn 1111.1/11 of 8UCjj mL8sives left by ^jp^-ia? bas been appraised at $37,500 _ value. _ Gutta pcrcba bas becomo so scarce that thero is not enough for tho insulation of submarino cables, and cither frcsb Bourccs of supply or a substitute for it must be discovered. A new feature in institutions for rural workers is tho Bco-Kcopers' Collogo, for the purposo of giving a thorough train? ing in tbo art of keeping bec3 and har? vesting and marketing honoy. It woi opened recently at Guelph, Canada. M. Mascart, ouo of the most eminent French olectriciaus of tbo time, says that the use of tbo magnetic nccdlo in tracing the underground geology, or, in other words, tbo past geography of a country, is one of those triumphs of science which are almost tantvuount to divina? tion. _ Tho New Orlouns IHmes-Democrat bas made some calculations based upon the recent ce...

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. — 30 October 1891

THB LADIES RUN THINGS. An Interesting Picture it I4fe In rar-im Buranm, A country where tho womon own the houses und lands, where gold and silver are common as tho flowers in the spring, whoro everybody is hsppy and mobody does wrong, is tho burden of the story that Vy. J. Shaw brings from far-off Sumatra, says tho Ban Francisco Ex? aminer. "In all my years of travel," he 6aid, "I have never found a happier pooplo than those who live in Sumatra, in tho middle part of the island. The people all over Sumatra are believers in the Mohammedan religion, bat the peculiar customs which make this particular peo? ple unique and different from all others are confined to one community. "It would not. be correot to term this brauch of tho Sumatra peoplo a tribe, for they do not live in tribal-relations at alb although there is a ohief and under chieftains. Tho3e rulers, however, are not despots, and if the pooplo do not like the way in which thoy manage things thoy dispose of them very shortly 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. — 30 October 1891

^?ffu-h Ynllo,)- News. : ?Vay, ,' - Our. :;o, iiv.il / ^MEXICAN BULL? l'iail't'. ?/ Emde Low iu. lUchlumU Nowb. The chief and u niu auiusonioiit of tho Mexican, liko that of his illustri? ous ancestor, tho Spnuiai d, is the bull light. They are, however, not of Buch . frequent occurrence as formerly, be iug at this liiuu subject to special laws, and aro not allowed to bike place except by permission from the proper authorities, under whose aus pices they tire held. They, are always held on Sunday afternoons, iho opening of the sea? son being usually inaugurated on SS't : r Friday, in honor of tb? clos? ing ? ?( Lci>i, which lulter is religious ly observed by the -Mexican, liko the good Catholic, which im iu. Tho advent of tbo bull fifjht is duly heralded by finning posters, an nounciug the dale und place, und uro read and gazed upon with the same interest,as that of the averugo Amer? ican, when feasting his eyes: upon the bills, suiting that the ''Greatest Show on Barth" will soo...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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