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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 6 November 1891

Clinch Valley Ejews. PUBLISHED every friday. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iu Advance.) | By mail, poetage paid, one year. $1.60 By mail, postage paid, nix mouths, .70 Advertising rates furnished pu appli? cation. Entered at the Tasowoll O. H. (Va.) poetoflice as second class matter. LOCdL AND GEMER?L A EWS B1UEFS. It is liow the Uou. A. M.; Pcery. Flower, Democrat, has 43,000 urn jority for Governor of New York. Mr. Alex. St. Cluir's export cat? tle averaged in weight this year 1470 pound*. Over $1,000 has been secured to ward tlio building of a Christ inn dnuv.li at Graham. Tlio Alliance went into politics tu?"futon and sacrificed one of the best u)en in tlio county. *M}6'itfe-' Men for whom Oscar Moore had heretofore gone his length for? got him on election day. Mr. T. D. Wells* little daughter has been very ill. She was taken suddenly while on a visit with her parents to West Va. In a ?kinnish Tuesday night.spo cud policeman Win. Barnett shot Dave Bandy, colored, in the leg. The wound...

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. — 6 November 1891

Tbo nvcrago lifo of a tradesman ll about two-thirds that of a fanner. Tho Director of tho Mint estimates that the United States can rely upon producing at least $33,000,001) per year in gold for several years to come. Tho northern border of the Groat Sa? hara Desert?made accessible by ruilway communication across Algeria?is bc comiag a winter resort for European in? valids and other porsons scckiug a mild and cqunblo winter climate. It is computed that there are about a hundred doctors iu New York City, each of whom has an annual income of $10, 000 and over. Only twenty-tivo of these aro to bo reckoned among the "und ovor."A score may muko from $20,000 to $30,000 a year. "If a prize," remarks the Jackson? ville (Flu.) Times- Union, "were to be offered at the World's Fait for that State which could exhibit the greatest uumbor and variety of insects that crawl and tly after nightfall, Florida could easily bear off the first honors. The only difficulty would be to muko tho collection c...

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. — 6 November 1891

A Bis Mistake. The moulting process ia ona that debili? tates and prevents hens from lay in*. Many farmers and poultry-raisers at this season lall off their old liens, bocnuw they think Vthey have stopped laying aad are fat. This ?3i a great mistake; the proper material ^Should be furnish sd them with their food to jupply the increased demand for Dltrogen aod phosphates. Mr. John H. Jones, of Kuf fleld, Conn., says: "I am a brooder of Mettled Javas. I faavo been using Bhcriiiaii'a Con? dition Powder tor years. 1 find It very valn thlo for poultry in the moulting season; it elps the growth of feathers. I use it ab? for show birds." I.S. Johnson & Co.,Boston, Mass., will send further particulars to any? one free. -_ , "She Had Tried All Kluds." Morgan Springs. Tenn., March 21,1990. I received your tri? 1 bottlo of ?loraplexion, ami was much pleaded with lt. Have tried all kinds of remedies for dyspepsia, and lind yours the best. Maiuiaiot Jordan. iMutuj'Irxfrm Is tbe speedy und pe...

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. — 6 November 1891

Tin: H pkanuWi BuoMb Ann 0:;i.r Ahkaji OoJ.-A, K. McCluitN of t.hu Philu dolphin Truies, while, in .Smtiiwost. Virginia, wrote a* foiluMMj tu his [in -per :? The Virginia moimtftinH nnd vnl leva from tho Potomac woi-LWaid uro u most interesting study. Tim lirst impression inn lo by a journey through them is Hint tho region has been boomed to death by iil advised speculators, hi t a more careful iu quiry will prove that these jostling booniH uut! the many now cities which ex..I Chi ?Iy in l> nntifullv illustrated plaus un pupil', at o bimply more or less ahead of the times. 'Fhore is vast mid varied wealth along tbo en tiro lino of the Norfolk and Western railway from Ohnrlnitowii to Bristol, and the attractions of climate and bcouery ore unsurpassed. You can travel a whole day und never be out side of wbat seems to be a compli le circle of mountains, ami yet many farms on fehis lino would do credit lo tho famed Cumberland VhIIhv. Iron, coal nud many other valuable minor als are a...

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. — 13 November 1891

Clinch Valley Ne>vs. P?BL18HED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF S?USCRIPTION: llu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ouo year. 81.60 By mail, poetage paid, rix iiionthrj, .70 Advertising rates fumlshed on appli? cation. * Eutered at the Tazewell C. H. (Va.) postollioe as second class mutter. LOCAL AND GENERAL AEWSBRIEFS. Mrs. Patterson, niter n visit to her nint?rT Mrs. H. M. Suiy tlio, has returned, to Stnuuton, The heuviest rain or. tbo season foil Tuesday evening, too lato to bare kept grass green. 'Flip official vote of Stark (MoRin leva) county, Ohio, na verified, gives Governor Campbell a plurali? ty or 154. The i enult. of tbe late elections emphasises the opinion that Grover Clnvelaud will bo the Democratic UOruineo for president. J It will require tbe official count to determine tbe political complex? ion of the New York Leginlaturo.as bot Ii parties claim a majority. "Anut Peggie'1 Vail.of Burks Gar? den, iuado the hearts of her many frionda iu nud about town, gltul, by a visit iHu...

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. — 13 November 1891

; Switzerland baa as many railwaya .as (tho'Ncw Englsml States. The poatofflcc in Chicago docs a larger registered letter business than any other in the country. '? J The Atlanta Constitution avers that tho unloaded gun has done more damage rduring tho past twenty years than tho BPtaaco-Prusian war. ) Tho Kcw York Times estimates that jf'the aggrigatc capital represented by the various 'trusts' in tho United States amounts to more than $2,000,000,000, or more than two-thirds of our cutiro j manufacturing capital." ' According to census reports, there oro 12,500,000 families in tho United States. Of tho3e, 10,250,000, occupy farms and homes that arc either owned or rented | by thorn unincumborcd. Tho other 2, 250,000 own homes and farms incutn bercd by mortgages. Japan's Emperor ha3 decreed that every man who provokes a duel or ac? cepts a challenge shull pay r. heavy fine, and servo from six months to two' years in the galleys. The taunting of a man for his refusal to fight when cha...

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. — 13 November 1891

XtAVADtVB ?lt HAT FAIK. ' i.:'c Hellt nt Toronto From Sept. Ttbto Great Agricultural and Industrial 'Canada, which is Held at Toronto, Bch is one cf the best on the contl rill open on the 7th of September, oncTcontinuo until the 19th. Over eleven hundred bones aud ona thousand head of cattle, sheep and pigs have been entered for it, and every building on the grounds will be filled with the best of the Agricultural and Industrial products of the Dominion. A long list cf excellent special attractions bos be*u provided for every day of the Fair. Those who have been from this section to this Great Fair say that they were amply W. paid for their trip. Any one reqrir.iig a programme can secure one by aropping a post caid to Mr. Hill, the manager, Toronto, Canada. AoconDiKO to the St. Louis Olole Democrat a fiend in human guiso has invented an elebtrioal alarm that will run for two hours after getting started unless its victim gets out of bed and tunic it off. The old-fashioned alarm clock...

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. — 13 November 1891

FKtDA.V, NOV. ,13 1801. ^NORFOLK CONVENTION. The November issue of This Ikon Belt, of Roanoke; Va., will coutaiu' tlio following editorial, winch wo hope nil of our exchanges will consider: An adjourned meeting of the AYorld's Fair Convention, which met at Pulnski in July, will bo held in Kotfolk on the 23th. inst., and will doubtless be one of the largest gatherings of representative men ever held in Virginia. The interests of Virginia at this| time demand that every ed itor from Norfolk to Bristol, from Alexandria to Danville, be present J at Norfolk on the 23th. It is a first duty that we owe the | State, one that cannot be lightly put aside, and the newspaper men j that have the welfare of the. Old i Dominion at heart, will see it at a| glance. The Virginia Press Association will meet in Bristol on the 17th inst. An excursion to Dallas, Tex? as, has boeu arranged by Vice President Fitzhugh, to leave Bris? tol after adjournment. This trip cannot be made in less than twelve j days...

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. — 27 November 1891

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: du Advance.) By mail, poatago paid, one year. Sl.fiO By mail, postage paid, aix months, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazewoll C. H. (Va.) postoiHce us second class mutter. LOCdL AND GENERAL J\ E WS BRIEFS. There is a prevalence of soro thro.it iihtl influenza in town. JnkiChatwell left tor Wytbeville this evening ;.u answer to a tele gram. Miss Albro h:ts been quite ill at the Seminary for a week, but is now slowly recovering. President Kroll, of the C. V. Coal and Coke Co., loaves tomoirow for Detroit and Pittsburg. Happy and content is a home with " The Ro? chester; a lamp with the light of the morning. <.?atalor.ucs,write Rochester Lamp Co., N e w York. iKyTr. I'riiiikiiiii traveling corres? pondent for the Ly nob burg News, whs in town during court, this week. Editor Tonmey. of the Glade Spring Citizen. Was the only dutle auiong the visiting editors to Cin cinunti. * About f...

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. — 27 November 1891

ft Inventor Edison is of the opinion that trttlmstcly tho house will he both lighted ?nd heated for sixty cents a year. rIn tho United States, annually, about 2600 persons nrc tried for murder, svlth an avorago of about 100 legal exe? cutions._ ' A philological statistician calculates that in tho year 2000 thero will bo 1,700,000,000 people who speak Eng? lish, and that the other European lan? guages -will be spokcu by only 500,000, 000 people. i A wondcrlul story of growth is told tn tho following figures showing tho railway mileage of the United States by decades for the past sixty years; In 1830 . 33 mile?. In 1840. . 2,818 " lnl850..>;.. l?,?2l ?? Inl&OO.'... 30,02! " In 1870. W.933 " tnl880. ~>STO " In 1890. I. 1WJ,S17 " A British Consul in Japau, who has Watched sailors carefully, says that Juck Is much bettor mannered hiucc stcauicrs have roplaccd sailing vessels. Tho steamers provide better and less monoton? ous food, entail less hardship, and have dulled the adven...

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. — 27 November 1891

r>?eloyol WbllUlne;. 'Americana ha.ro little conception of -hot may constitute a treasonable of? fense in some of the ooautries of the vi?'l World which are still despotic and J /ctreniely military. There recently oo /eurred at Barr, in Alsace, a trial -which must have been very amusing to an American, who might have witnessed it, Ii a man's liberty had not been in jeop? ardy. One day, not long ago, in the streets of Barr, a laborer, who was engaged in loading a wagon, whistled cheerfully at his work. As he was thus engaged, a gendarme or military policeman came within hearing. The workman, appar? ently preoccupied, kept on with his whistling. "I arrest yon," said the gendarme, coming np and putting his hand on the workman's shoulder. "Whatfor?" asked the man. aston? ished. "For seditious whistling. Yon have been whittling the 'Marseillaise."' The "Marseillaise," being the Frenoh National air, and a revolutionary air be? sides, is forbidden in German Alsace. But the workman excla...

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. — 27 November 1891

FfilDAY, NOV. 27, 1891. A lather can give Iiis young soli no better present Hum ii year's | reeding of tho Scientific American. Its contents will lend tho .voluip 1 mind in the path of thought, and if ho treads i here awhile, he'll forget frivolities iind' bo of soino account, | imd if ho has an inventive or mo chnnioiil turn of mind, this paper will afford him more entertainment, as well as useful information, than he can obtain elsewhere. Copies of this paper may he seen at this of fico. Price, $3 a year, weekly. THK SO.MA ) lu tho Aryan relig PLANT. \ ion tho chiof offering to the gods wna tho fomented juice ol tlio Sown or Moon plant, which, being n strong drink, gave now ex citeuieht to those who partook of it. mid was believed to import power to tho gods. It was believed moveover. that it wrought miracles, and for this reiRon, perhaps, it aftnrwards became tho chiof god of tho Hindus. In a verdic hymn tho worshiper says: "Wo've quatfed the Sorna bright, And are immortal grown;...

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 December 1891

1 0 tror Boils, Pimples carbuncles, scrofulous sores, eqzema, and all other blood diseases, take Ayer's Sarsaparilla It will relieve and cure ' dyspepsia, nervous 1 debility, and that tired feeling. Has Cured Others will cure you. SAMPLES. Having bought an entire lino of saw pics from Daniel Miller & Co. at a HEAVY DISCOUNT We hnvo placed thorn on our bargai counter at HVHOLESALE PBICES. Now iB tho time to get most anything you want cheaper than you will over see it again. a. b. buchanan & co. WANTED?An active, energetic man, fumiliar with farm work and implements, to canvass TAZEWELL COUNrY and take orilerH for;-.splendid implement manufactured by us and needed by every farmer. Wo pay n Rood coniniissiou on orders takeu.ugent furnishing his own h?ren and wagon. Wo furnish sample. Every agent now traveling doing splendidly. Address ?with releroncoH, B. F. Avkhy & Sons, Manufacturers, Louisville, Ky. New Stock of Goods. BRITTAIN fkGREEVER GENERAL MI.HCHANTS, Aunouue.o tha...

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 December 1891

Moro than two hundred different courses of instruction aro offered Harvard Btu?onts this yoar. Lemon culture in California is being enthusiastically developed. Growing lemons there is no now thing, but cur? ing them successfully is. Dr. Pinel, of Paris, has found that hypnotic patients oboy tho phonograph as readily as they do a living speaker. He, therefore, discards the whole theory M animal magnetism. A uniquo street railway bnron 13 Mr. Eugono Winchct, of Dayton, Ohio. Tho road he owns runs through tho suburbs of Dayton, and, by the rules drawn up by Mr. Winchct himself, all working girls using the cars ride at half price, and washwomen carrying their baskets travel free. * Musical therapeutics is a subject that is attracting considerable attention among physicians and philosophers in London, where an attempt is being made to introduce music as a medicine for the sick in the hospitals, and several Amer? ican physician arc also studying tho idea. Herbert Spencer was recently cons...

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 December 1891

I'hlloiopby or Clothe* Mr. Hume Nisbet, a special corres? pondent ami artist, tells In his narra? tive ot "A Colonial Tramp," an amus? ing story Illustrative of the influence of old clothes. He had traveled over the Western District of Australia in an outlandish digger-like costume.and had mixed with many rich and fash-' ionably dressed men, without Unding that his clothes subjected him to any discourtesy. But on entering Denili qulu, New South Wales, he received a lesson on the importance of dross. Ho went to a hotel, and asked a pretty barmaid if he could have a room for the night. She glanced coldly at him, and answered that he had better ask the waiter. The waitei looked at him critically and said he would ask the master. The landlord came in, surveyed the correspondent, and reluctantly replied: "Yes, I dare say you can; Johu, take him to No. 40." John showed the way to the top of the house, and said, "Any luggage?" "No, John, none but what you sec here," pointing to his artist'...

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 December 1891

Clinch Valley News. FH1D -A', ?E?. 4, D>1H. TO TEXAS. That, part of the membership of the Virginia Press Association, lately in session at Bristol, that elected to take tho trip to Texas wqu111 have to make is report in broken doses, even if it should con douse into a newspaper arl ie.lo t ba! which might easily till a vohnne. To begin at Bristol, Tenn. and Va., and make a trip of f.vo thou? sand miles with stop overs at all principal cities,ihvolvcH an amount of sight, seeing and entertainment that, could net be reported in hriel j without partiality to more than I Oi'". of the places vicing with each oilier in their greeting to the Vir? ginia editors. ! From the 10th of November to the- 1st of December our party of j sixty, including a number of Indies,! had covered a distance of about ?1,0(10 miles, banqueted and feast? ed, made speeches and been ad dressed, until the sudden jogging: down again to routine work, made much of the occasion appear dream like. It is afterward that ...

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 December 1891

-mir a s^iro In its early stages can be cured by the prompt use of Ayers Cherry Pectoral It soothes the inflamed tissues, aids expectoration, [ and hastens recovery. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Lowell. Mass. SAMPLES. Having bought an entire line of sam? ples from Datiiel Miller & Co. ut a , HEAVY B1SG0UMT "We have placed them ou our bargain j counter at WHOLESALE PSHSEi Now is tho time to fjot most anything I you wnut cheaper than you will ever ] Y- see it ugaiu. A. B. BUGHAg-IK' & GO, WWANTED?An active, euergotic wu ur.iu, famili?r v itii farm work and implements, to i-iinvass TAZEWELl. COUNTY and take orders for a splendid implement manufactured by us and needed by evory farmer. We pay a good commission ou orders taken.iigunt furnishing Iiis own horso and v.-ugon. AVo furnish sample. Every agent now traveling doing splendidly. Address with reterencoB, H. F. A very & Sons, Manufacturers', ? Louisville, Ky. New Stock of Goods. BR8TT?1H SMEWS ' GENERAL MERCHANTS, Announce th...

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 December 1891

WILL. T.-> do, and not to dream To be, and not to doom, PurpoiatotullUl; To strivo lp spitt^tf pain, Failure, disgrace, disdain This, I think, is Will. * ?-ffer?r? ? D. Ward, in Yauili's Companion. A THEFT CONDONED. BY GERTRUDE SMITH. Ono of the seven houses in Pawnoo faced toward the south. It was tho house where Mrs. Dyor lived. The other houses faced tho west. .Tho rail? road track wns across the street from these houses, with a broad plank walk and a little unpainted box of a station. Tho houses in Pawneo wore all one story wooden buildings, with the gable ends toward tho street. Mrs. Dyer's] ? house was painted a dull rod; tho other houses were not painted. It had been a warm day and tho suu had shone glaringly on tho unbroken | prairie around Pawnee. The town was ou a slight rise of I ground. You could see more than twenty miles in three directions. A narrow strip of woods broke the view on tho north, half n mile away. Mrs. Dyer stood it) her front door and I looked over th...

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 December 1891

a rttmalag Bean ?fhouthana strength renewed and of mm ?nd comfort toUow. the um of Syrup of Fig* *? it acts In harmony with nature to effeotual cleanM the system when costive or Mllous. ?ale In 60c, and 11 bottles by all leadla* Sgiata. ^0n=h,cfc'ts ba5 ? womon~iieriuit wh<. Mas l-M.OOOdollars concealed about her home. ?Well preserved women, when consulting thelr mirror Me beside their satisfied reflec? tion the calm and earnest face of Lydia K. Pinkham. They can tell you why. The Chinese are not permitted to own gum ?or posess gunpowder. E. A. Rood, Toledo, Ohio, Mrs: "Hall's Ca? tarrh Cure cured my wife of catarrh fifteen Tears ago and she has had no return of iL It's a sure oure." Bold by Druggists, 7So. ' G"mnny bas 59,000 stationary engines and 10,000 locomotives. The Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.. Lynn. FCiaf-'..!?,ro.^iv.in8,B,T.aV a heautlfnl Illustrated book, Guide to Health and Etiquette." La? nes should send their address and stamp for ?opy. Kiraberly Knlllrs smoke the...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 11 December 1891

?Clinch Valley News. tfltlDAY, - DEO. 11, 1891. DEATH OF MR. ALEXANDER Died ol' la grippe, in YVytbeville, Vn., at the homo ol' Iiis son, ltev. J, II. Alexauder, president of riuiiu'r Foil)ale College, James II. Alexandre, Ksq. The remains wero brpii),rut. lo this place Thursday evening, ami buried by tho side of hia wife, iu tho corporation ceme? tery. Rev. W. II. Price conducting tho burial .service. At the. elose of the war Mr. Al? exander removed from Tennessee and became a citizen of this town, where, by industry and devotion to business and fair dealing, he b'eeaiuo a successful business man | uml built up a line eslate. He wasi an elder in the Presbyterian church I and a rigid observer of its tenets, and faith. h<' exhibited in his life! great devotion to duty, and stead? fastness in his friendship. Previ? ous to the late civil war he was quite wealthy, but his patriotic de? votion to Iiis section, and his faith in the ultimate success of Soiltboril anus, so absorbed Iiis ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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