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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 December 1891

CONSTIPATION and other bowel complaints cured and prevented by the prompt use of Ayer's Cathartic Pills They regulate the liver, i cleanse the stomach, and greatly assist digestion. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Every Dose Effective. SAMPLES. Ha.'iug bourht an entire lino of Bum pluti from Daniel A.illor & Co. ut a "Wo huvo placed them on our bargain counter at Now it; tho time to get moat nnythiug you want cheaper than you will ever | Bee it again. A. 3. BUCHANAN & CO. WANTED?An aotivo, euergetic man, familiar with farm work and implements, to canvass TAZEWELL COUNTY and take orders for a splendid implement manufactured by us und needed by every farmer. Wo pay a good commission on orders taken .agent ?uruishiug his own horse und vvugou. "We furnish sample Every ugeut now traveling doiug splendidly. Address with references, B. F. AviinV & Sons, Manufacturers, Louisville, Ky. New Stock of Goods. BRITTAIN &GREEVER GENERAL MLRCHANTS^ A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 December 1891

'to 'Ho as, bly 1, fiicors ^y have of fient, and io-lV for vio frcc r.pecelj and | of the London and West in broad daylight tw? ice' to the San Francisco tin; English fhiovcs aro ns bo of ' this country, and that Tmoro impeded in thoir opcrn 1 tho great metropolis than they I in a town in tTie wild nnd | rest of tho United States. -V rather impressive circumstance, o New Orleans Times-Democrat, lilo, within the last twenty years, ption of iron per capita in |in has actually declined nine ds, in this country it has iu 1G5.58 to 339.28 pounds, doubled. It was a who declared that tho was the best test of i I the Marin has just [immigration fpor has bc.-u lan farmers proceeds to impojK !tTMi"(3crmany pairs of sky Jnrk.^f bullfinches, nightingales and (thrushes. It costs about $450 to import ji hundred pairs of these birds, but !Napa, Sonoma, Sun Matco and Sacra? mento Counties aro pursuing Marin County's exnmplo nnd tho fruit nnd grain growers proposo to rid themselves of the worms and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 December 1891

story ot ? Dein. great dam across the, ycr was built, several people of Birmingham n, across the river, were the frequent shaking of i, which at times became nuisance. In the dead of windows would rattle, i pictures on the walls and fro, and in the winter, 3 ground was frozen, even the in tho china closets would djPTattle. Large plate-glass tho stores had been niys cracked and broken, tho ting attributed to the con 'f tho atmosphere from the e body of water flowing over a. last spring the flash boards Amoved from tho dam, but tho Js to which they wero afllxcd ,in place. Immediately tne rumbling ceased. It was Jhou that these rods broko Jhee.t of water, so as to allow escapo from under the fall,' accidental discovery was rtwith gladness by a wearied It seems now that this the 11 wrong. The old trouble lias sunied, and the noise and jar iplc awake, and many are be Ien into insomnia and distract Che iron braces are yet in po? nd the flash boards have not) put up. The conditions arc as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 December 1891

DEC. IS, 1801. B'Loii Kioll, who has been ! uti her room at the Ceutral i much improved, fames Sholburno am! Miss Vilsun hnvo beeu sutlering \ grippe lor some time, but e better. ni & Son do their part every as is evinced by the royal i'to be found upon the tables 'well people. anau & Harrisson thiuk that i;s will be full this Christinas \ small portion of what thoy ?'iljj gout; that way. in & Groover didn't know any appropriate and useful Wk they had for tho holidays Ro many were called lor. fr new citizen, A. P. Gillespie, p we observed Sundt.y morning, an attentive member of lho Kilo class at. the Presbyterian Sun School. lr. John D. Alexander, who has p^prlierc sonic days, called outol tri bo present at the fun* ~!^"t?cj:, loft forfiis home lay evening. ' / f should be gratified if Bresi Ferguson ivould bringdown in from College Hill each Hal) alternating be'vK-eii the his line looking lot of ?mocr-.il ie national' execu fmittce will bo called...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 January 1892

Por Boels, PimpEes carbuncles, scrofulous sores, eczema, and all other blood diseases, take Ayer's SarsapariEla It will relieve and cure " dyspepsia, nervous debility, and that tired feeling. Has Cured Others will cure you. SAMPLES. TJaviDg bought au outire line of sum- | pies from Daniel Miller & Co. at a k We have placed them on our bargain counter at Now is the time to get most anything you want cheaper than you will ever see it again. i A. B. BUCHANAN & CO. f ANTED- An active, energetic __'man, familiar with farm work and mplemeuts. to canvass TAZEVlfELL OLJN TY and take orders for a splendid nplement manufactured by us and ceded by every farmer. We pay a ood commission on orders takeu.ageut umishiug his own horse and wagon. We furnish sample. Every ugont now raveling .doing splendidly. Address ??ith rclereuws, B. F. Avery & Sons, Manufacturers, Louisville, Ky. ^ew Stoc o 1 Goods. arittammrbever GENERAL MERCHANTS, qnounoe that they now have on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 January 1892

arc marvellous >qUariurn bn the world sit tho World's Fair. It t;d with both rcsh\dnd salt supply v' w^ter for ^rnia^ndAv ^tturtrw.' |in]7"se^BH<?^ to A' fifth its hulk und Iforwnrding it to Ao fair, where fresh [water will he ulfj/l in the proper (]Unu? dities. Colonel Therjlore A. Dodge presents in |the Fiirum an iirnihig picture of the un? protected cond'.ion of our eouutry from 'foreign invasiolj especially on the const of the Lakes. "In two weeks after a | declaration of vur," he writes. "Eng? land could plate fifty gunboats on the Lukes, and uvrc than thirty armored vessel* in tin! harbors of our leading cities, and cojld concentrate 7."?,001) reg? ular troops iuUanuda, hacked by a sturdy militia ready b inarch across our border; wdiilc in twici that time part of her Asiatic squad-on could sail through the Golden Cute" 10 collapse of no boom was oinplutc, states the Boston t^jun that of the Argentine boomed its hootniest three A correspondent of a Lon Pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 January 1892

Tita Tal thru I Hog ?f ITelronjni. A monument has been erected on gelvellyu (a mountain of Ouinber nd, England, 3,300 feet blgh) to tbo memory of Charles Gougb, who, In the year 1805, was killed by fall? tng from the high crags on tbo ridge that joins Striding Edge to the Sum- j colt; and of the faithful dog that for/ three months watched over her mas-f tor's remains. Sir Walter Scott deJ scribes the event In the poem, 11 -climbed the dark brow of the mighty Holvellyn," and Wordsworth records It in his lines on "Fidelity." ... ' The young man was returning to Wythburn, where he lodged, from a fishing excursion in Patterdale. The Hccident was probably caused by a false step, during a blinding hall? storm or a dense fog. that day. It happened on April 18, and on July 20 his bones were found, still watched Joy the starving dog, a little yellow, rough-haired female terrlor. Sho had given birth to puppies, which Were found dead by the Bide of the corpse. It is believed, though unable to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 January 1892

Clinch Valley News. FlilDAY, JAN. 8, lHiJ-2. THE STATE LEGISLATURE. Aftor a two weeks' vacation the | two bouses of tho General Assembly ligaiu met at n?ou on tbu 5tb. A good deal of work is before tliem.and tbo committees will at onco bu sot in uioliou to grind at llio numerous bills in their possession as rapidly as possible. Among the measures which will uttract considerable attention will be the report of the Statu Debt | Commission and tbo bill to be intro ciuced in connection with tho same. The joint CouiuiitteeB on Privileges | and Elections will frame a bill for the reapportioument of Ihn ten con-j gvestdoua) districts in tbo Stale.while tt-o Committees on Roads und inter? nal Navigation will separately vvres j tie with tho Railroad Commission bill, introduced by Senator Tyler in the upper bouse, and l>y Mr. K C. Kent, Uto member of VVythe county, in tbo .House of Delegates. The bill j will no doubt b^ seriously antagon? ized, and unless boiuh radical amend men Is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 January 1892

ISVaPTB?lM in its early stages Can be cured by the prompt use of Ayers Cherry Pectoral It soothes the inflamed tissues, aids expectoration, E and hastens recovery. Dr. ?J. G. Ayer & Co. Lowell, Mass. WANTED ?An nctive, energetic man, familiar with farm work and implements, to canvass TAZEWELL COUNTY and take ordern forusplondid implement manufactiurod by us nud needed by every farmer. We pay n good commission on orders taken.agent furnishing bis own horse anil wagon. Wo furnish sample Every agent now traveling doing splendidly. Address with references, B. F. Avkuy & Sons, Manufacturers, Louisville, Ky. New Stoc of Goods. LCDCClfCD GENERAL MERCHANTS, Announce that they now bnvo ono of the largest and most complete stocks nud invite (he public to como and in? spect it. DRY GOODS, MOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, pto every department. Ki i & Grcever. CALL ON J. ?. CRAWFORD, At E. V. Spotts' Old Stand. ?FOR? Pictures, Frames,] EASELS, Wall Pockets, Wall Bracket...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 January 1892

Out of the labor of 1233 convicts in various prisons in this country the con? tractors made'a* clear profit of 9310,400 in 1800, as shown by the United Ststcs ?rensu?. \}_ It is asserted that a Swiss savant hm made a discovery which seems almost to rovcrso known natural laws. Ho re? duces milk to o dry powder so that by the addition of water it at once assumes all its natural properties. It is claimed that milk in this form is much better thnu canned or condensed milk for oau reason?it has no sugar in it. The northwest provinces of Canada havo made bountiful provision for th< cducatioa of the multitudes of people who are expected to some day occupy this now somewhat lonesome cxpnusc ol territory. Sackotchownn has set apart 3,64S,000 acres of land for the main? tenance of public schools, Assiniboia 3,040,000, and Alberta 3,200,000. Says tho Cincinnati Tinas-Star: Many country residences iu England nro supplied with electric lighting machin? ery, and with household water wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 January 1892

?Towolry Barlod with n Corps*. The- largest amount of Jewelry known to be in a slnglo grave was buried In Greenwood Cemetery sever al years ago. Tho undertaker who had charge of the funeral protested against It, but was severely snubbed for bis interference. Tho family had Ite way, and In that grave Is buried fully 35,000 worth of diamonds, with Which the body was decked when pre? pared for burial. Sometimes families who desire to bury their dead in the clothing worn in life?in evening or wedding dresses, for Instance?sub? stitute less costly Imitations for tho Jewelry worn in life, partly from mo? tives of thrift, and partly from a su? perstitious fear that anything taken ?off a body when it is ready for tho tomb will bring ill-luck to future ?wearers. Base-Ball Men as Artillerymen. Said an artillery offlcor to mo recent? ly: "I think tho popular craze for base-ball is likely to bIiow good results in 0U80 this country should he involved in war again. The players learn to calculate ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 January 1892

Hey News. JAN. 15. 1892. WRITTEN CHAPTER, j Memorable Tildkn-Haybs I?lST01tY ok 1870. The history of tbo present time is great drama which tho majority of us only seo from tlio front. Kings are made aud unmade; principalities riso and full; great characters pass before our view, bold our at tout ion for a brief spare, and then {jito place to other actors in tho drama of life, whilo wo can only judge tbeir con duct by tbo causes which appear on the surface. The keenest judges of hinian naturo will at Iho timo differ as to tbo motives which have influ? enced tho motives of a public man or the forces which have moulded somo great event. The majority of tho ndult popida tion can readily remember tbo excito ing Presidential campaigu of 187t>; tho claims of tbo supporters of tbo rival candidates; tbo long period of suspense whilo tho result was still in doubt, the formation of tbo celeb: at-j ed Electoral Com mission; the long and tedious investigation; the final decision and i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 January 1892

> FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor in the blood, ulcers, catarrh, and consumption, use tier's Sarsaparil.a The most economical, safe, speedy, and s effective of all blood-purifiers. Has Cured Others - will cure you. i. WAN ?'ED?An active, energetic man, familiar with farm work and implements, to canvass TAZEWEIJ? COUN I'Y and take orders for a splendid implement manufactured by us and needed by overy fanner. Wo pay a |'Ad commission on orders tulteu.agent lmuishiug his own horse and wagon. We furnish cample. Every ngent unw traveling doing' splendidly. Address with references, 13. F. A very & Sons, Manufacturers, Louisville, Ky. iknvicE to "Women If you would protect yourself from Painful, Profuse,'Scanty, Suppressed or Irregular Men? struation you must use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR CAiiTr.nRvri.i.e, April M.ieso. Tbl"? will certify that two members of my Immediate family", after having suffered for yeiirB from Uloiiwtriiul Brrottularlty, b-ing treated without...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 January 1892

One thousand eight hundred and nine? ty was tho banner year in foreign com? merce. \tK" Tho new Prims Minister of Italy says he is in favor of pence, but, significantly ?dds the Atlanta Constitution,he* believes in keeping his sworn drawn and bis gun loifSedJ I ================= English society, according to tho Lon Son Star, has decided that the word "lady" is to be expunged from its lexi? con of polite conversation,and the good, old-fashioned "woman" is to take 'its place.- _ Tho Russiau Government discourages tli2 importation of machinery, tools, books, pictures, and even of fine goods, declaring that if the common people be? gin to get new thoughts they will be ?uro to plot ngainst the Czar. It has only been a short timo since American petroleum superseded tho no tivo oils for lighting purposes in India, and now electricity is taking the place cf both petroleum and coal gas in the large spinning factories. It is especially suited to tho hot climate, owing to its coolness And nbs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 January 1892

agricultural. TOPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVE XO FARM AND GAltOEX. _ FLAX CULTURE. If grown for seed alono, fins can be cut and bound with a self-binder the same as wheat and oats. It should be well cured like oats before stacking or storing away. It can bo threshed with a common separator by using a flax soivo. If grown for seed alouo on reasonably rich, well prcpaicd land, one-half bushel of seed per acre if sufficient, although in many cases more than this is sown, say three pecks. It should he sown between oats and com. Tho average yield is about ten bushels. It can be used in a system of rotation, hut is considered nn exhaustive crop, and for that reason should not bo grown on the sumo land continuously.?St. Louis Republic. FEEDING TURNIPS. You cannot feed turnips to milch cows without affecting the flavor of tho butter and giving it a turnipy taste. It will make little or no difference whether the turnips are fed before or after milking, with or without salt, tho scent of the turn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 January 1892

Clinch Valley News.! FRIDAY, r ' jAN> 2<j,.tfi92; SALUTATORY. Tbo Clinch Valley Newa rather mioxpectodly finds itself uuder tho management of other l hau tho abler aditors, Judgo Jus. P. aud Mr. Alex. K<-lly, who have for yearn displayed much learning and energy through its columns and in its neat appear auco. Wo lirtvo leased tho News and will publish it from its old homo, and wo hope to havo inoro support than criticism from tho public. 'Wo live in a county that is not surpassed in tho Stato for wealth,i.e. in soil, minerals and tiinbor, tho three j essentials which coin pel a people to the realisation of an opportunity to awakon out of a lethargy for pant years und to become prosperous If the News cau bo as much as a drop |, iu this hmnenso bucket?tho devel- j opuient of our county?wo will bo re- ; paid for our work. When tho prop er discretion is used in ilio articles published in the newspapers of our Bcction, nothing can he innre boticfl cial. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 February 1892

t VOL. XLVII. NO. G Colds and Coughs croup, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma, and hoarseness cured by Myers Cherry Pectoral the safest and most effective emergency medicine. It should be in every family. Dr. ?9. C. Ayer 8& Co Lowe.!, Mass. Tazewell Lodp^e, * - No. 62, A. F. & A. M. ~f?r%\ Meets the 2d au.l 4th Mon / \? \ days in each month. Thomas It. PkkkY, W. M. Ralph Izahd. Secy. O'sCeeffo i?oyal Arch Chapter jjfMeets 1st and 3d Mondays iu eacli mouth. James O'Kbeffk, H. 1*. John S. Youku, Secy. CHILD BIRTH ? ? ? - ? MADE EASY I " Mothers' Friend " b .". scientific? ally prepared Liniment, every ingrc- . dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro? fession. Those ingredients are com? bined in a manner hitherto unknown "MOTHERS' FRIEND 9 5 WILL DO all that is claimed for it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Hoolc. to " Mothits" mailed FREE, con? taining valuable information and Volu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 February 1892

'?-lEK WE SAT ON THE STOOR ? - INvllight's reflected glories Mode tho twinkling star Icok pnie; .AMI tho bosh or the country's stillness, Was falling on hill and vale. ISliQ tree, with its dark, green branches. Seemed to spread a sheltering wing, When we sot on tho stoop in the evening To hear tho brown thrush sine. Tho honeysuckle waf tod its f rngranco From its climb on the south porch door; And tho sweet, rich scent of the now-mown ? , hay .-jC^uno a/ar?from tho high barn floor; The moon was new, nnd shining In its quaint, half-circle ring, When wo sat on tho stoop In the evoning To hear the brown thrush sing. Tho light and shadows tremble? The picture is failing ?-low Vanishing unite?into dreamland Tho mystical loin; ago, A wove of thy wand, good f dry, For the d:iys when love was king; And we sat on tho stoop in tho evening To hear the brown thrush sing! ?Annal). Lowell, in Boston 'Iranscript. PRETTY G-LADIS CURTIS. by meu.vd mitchell. .. ,lI was thinking of a compliment to ,-j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 February 1892

Grout PI?co of M?>onrj. The distinction is now said to be .ong to Bombay of possessing the srrcatcst piece of solid . masonry con? struction that the world has seoh in modern times. It appears tbat for years past tho water supply of Born? bay depended upon works known to bo defective, involving tho possibility -of a water famine in tbat great East* ?era seaport, and In viowof this, a con? sultation of eminent engineers was held under tho direction of tho gov? ernment, with tho result that a largo -dam was determined on to inclose the watershed of tho valley which drains into tho soa south of Bombay. This gigantic structure, designed and accomplished by tho superior engi? neering skill of T. C. Glover, Is two miles long, 118 feet high aud 103 foot "wide at tho base, with a roadway on top twenty-four feet wide, the stono work alono costing $2,000,000. Tho lake of water which this dam im? prisons, is eight miles in area and ?ixty miles of pipe perform tho ser? vice. Twelve t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 February 1892

Clinch V? i ley News. FRIDAY, ? VIMS. 5, 1x02. Mi?. Smith, of Danville;', will bo tbo first woman to prnetico law in Virginia. Sho will, no doubt, be? come eminent in her profession, if sho is as ^'persistent iu tliu oflieo us she has been bofore the Legislature iu scouriug to herself I he right every man has, who is a citizen of the Slnlo Wo would suggest for this accession to tho bar that the lawyers unearth the "revels" for which dray's lun is distinguished and appoint Senator Tyler Lord of Misrule to make the necessary arrangements. THE NEw'hOAD LAW. ? Messrs. Chapman nnd Gillcspic bunded us a copy of tho bill prepared by them, as authorized by a culled meeting of tho citizens of the oouuty, usking an amendment to the net of tho General Assembly in reference to our road law, which, if passed, will greatly enhance the value of all Form? ing lauds in our comity, livery citi BOU of tili? county in well acquainted with tho perilous condition of our roads, and iu aware of the shamefu...

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