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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 March 1892

NOTICE. DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, RUBBER GOODS. J. L. BABEK, POCAHONTAS, VA Low prices and uolito oleras. VOL. ILYII. NO. 13 FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor in the blood, ulcers, catarrh, and consumption, use Ayer's Sarsapas il!a The most economical, safe, speedy, and effective of all blood-purifiers. Has Cured Others ' will cure you. & Tazoweli Lcd.^o, ^f&X No. 62, A. F. & A. IW. ' V \ Meets the 2d and 4th Mondays in cachinoutli. ? Thomas R. Pebry, W. M. Ralph Izard. Seoy, O'Keeffe Royal Arch Chapter No. 26. Meets 1st and 3d Mondays in each month. James O'Kbkffk, II. P. John S. Yotjnq, Seoy. Advice to Womeu If you would protect yourself from Painful, Profuse, Scanty, Suppressed or Irregular Men? struation you must use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR Ca RXKnsvn.i.R, April 2rt, 18S0. This will cortlfy that two mcmbars ot iny Immediate family, after bartng suffered for years from nicnslriiul Irregularity, bcloK treated wit hout be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 March 1892

- M Katwa* i.umor* aro going into ta? b-.ittking busiucss with a capital of $1. i Tbs armies o( the civilized niitions ot '. ??did world number 3,000,000 men." Be ? indoa tho Ios? of thoir time and labor, -th?y cost at least $1000 a year each, and "bat amoirhta to 93,000 ,000,000. "Whilo tho population of Massachuscttt has doubled 3ince 1858 the number of crim inals in that State iucreascd about fifty times. In 1880 the number of person! arrested for intoxication was 1,0,3(5.3, and *a 1890 tho aurabcr increased to 25,686 The city of Philadelphia will sooa do away with horses for hauling street cars, and some new system, perhaps tho trol .. ley, says the Record, will bo introduced. Dcuhle-deckcd cars, after the Pullman pattern, arc to be. used ou the cable lines._ It is said ot tttc lato senator 1'lumb ot> all sides that ho was in the closest and : viand most intelligent sympathy with his iwn people?the people he represented, the people that backed him up. And he did this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 March 1892

IDA RUNS AN 3NGINS. West Virginia lloasis or tils Only Fenint? Cnelnenr in tlln World. Says a Wheeling, W. Va. special to the Chicago News: "Mrs. AV. New? ton Lynch, "West Virginia's repre? sentative on the hoard of lady manag? ers of the World's Fair in her search over the State forsutnplesof tho work of women and unusual occupations for women, has made the discovery that West Virginia has the only reg* ularly employed railroad engineer ol the feminine gender in the world. "The cnginecrcss' name is Miss Ida Hewitt and she is the daughter of Charles II. Hewitt, one of the chief owners of the Cairo Short Line, which connects with the Baltimore and Ohio at Carlo. She is less than 24, and be? fore sho took up her present occupa? tion completed a boarding school course and has all the ordinary accom? plishments of a well-raised girl. f The Cairo Short Line was built a few years ago, and Miss Hewitt thou a child, showed great interest in the machinery in tho shop near her father's house....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 March 1892

^tefc^ps?s^.K?t Clnich Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. ?L-k.-? '? . III. I i ? !-r? |-, ,|, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. 81.50 B.v mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished ou appli? cation. Entered at tho Tazewell C. H. (Vn.) poatollico as second class matter. FRIDAY, - MARCH _6. 1801 ?Senator Hill has returned from Ilia Southern electioneering tour, but, notwithstanding that be indulged in almost daily Bpeechninkiug, if ho has told tho people of the South anything new it bus never been niado public. Instoiid of instructing I hem on the living issues of the day?tariff reform and silver?ho merely recited the old time honored principles of the Dem oerticy with which his hearers had been perfectly familiar long before they ever heard of hit-. Thcso he urged tlio Southern Democracy to Blick to. They propose to do so und; vote for Qrover Clovland.?Richmond Times. THE FE ANGLES TRIAL. Monday last was tho opening day I of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 April 1892

Buy goods, notions, boots, 8hoes, hats, clothing, KUBBElt goods J. d. babek, pocahontab, va r tew prices and polite oleras. VOL. XL VII NOTll Colds ar?d Coughs croup, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma, and hoarseness cured by > Ayers Cherry Pectoral tho safest and most effective emergency medicine. It should be in every family. Dr. J. C Ayer & Co Lowell. Mass. Tazewell Lod^e, 3Qf No. 62, A. F. & A. (V3. vMeets tho 2d and 4th Mondays in each mouth. Tiiomas R. Peery, W. M. Ralph Iz.vrd, Secy._ O'Keeffe Royal Arch Chapter No. 26. Meets 1st and 3d Mondays in each month. James O'Keeffe, H. P. John S. Young, Secy. Advice to Women If you would protect yourself from Painful, Profuse, Scanty, Suppressed or Irregular Men? struation you must use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR CAnTRnsvTl.t.o, April 2fl, 1880. This will certify that two mcmliors of my Immediate family, after having sutfored for years from mteimtruul Irregularity, ooiiir; treated without benefit by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 April 1892

Experiments arc l-t?ngmadc ia Austria with tho view of replacing steam bv electricity for rapid railroad travel. "Professor W. Q. Atwatcr tells in tho ?Century that when mankind learns to plant a seed and givo it tho chemical Balls it needs, ouo aero will support 1100 persons._'_ Tho prico asked of the Southeastern railway for a strip of land iu llermond Boy, Englaud.sixtccn feet deep, compris? ing an aroa of -100U feet, was at the rate ?of ?65,000,000 an acre. Tho railway people couldn't sec it. An English manufacturer, while ex? amining the texture and quality of some bandages found ou a mummy, was as? tonished to ascertaiu that the arrangement of the threads was precisely like that ?which he lind patented a few months be lore on^he supposition that it was an independent invention. A movement, headed by William Hosca Ballou, Ins for its object the pro? tection from brutality of dumb animals in transit on the high seas. "The pur? pose is commendable," admits the New Orleans 1'kuyun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 April 1892

giC tt the rollet given In many eevero case* uf dyspo:ittd troubles by Hood's Sarsaparllla. r.-.?v.<lu,- thohost known stomach tonics as well as the beat alterative, remedies, this excellent meillctne gives the stomach tho strength rc?iuLrod to retain aud digest nourish? ing food, creates A Good Appotito and gently but cftTecUTcly assists to natural mo Hon the whole machinery of tbo body. Host gratifying report* come from people who bavo taken Hood's Sarsaparilla ?for dyspepsia, Indigestion and uliullnr troubles. Uood'n PHI..?Kor the liver and bowels, oot eas? ily yet promptly and efficiently. Price, 25c. Nothing On Earth Will LIKE Sheridan's Condition Powder! It Is absolutely euro. Hhzhly concentrated. Inquon* tlty It costs Ires than a tenth of a r. nl a day. Strictly a medicine. Prevents and cures all dlNas.'.^ Good for young chicks. Worth ni'.n. than tlol.l irhrn hens moult. If yon can't get it Hmtt to us. Sample 25 cents. !Wo tl.CO. Sample Cony liest Poultry Pancr sen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 April 1892

Clinch Valley News. ' , ? published every friday. TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION: (.In Advance.) By rri?il, postage paid, ouo yij?r? 81.50 | By mail, postitge paid, six months, .75 i Advertising rates furnished on appli-1 cation. Entered nt the Tazcwell C. H. (Va.) postoiUco as second class matter. FRIDAY, - APRIL .1, 189 V, DEMOCRATIC COUNT.!' DON VENTION. A mass mooting of the Democrats of Tazewell county is hereby called to assemble in tho Court Houso on Saturday, May 7th, 1892, at one o'clock p. m.? fot tho purpose of elect ing 14 doleprntes and 14 alternates to tho State Democratic Convention, to be held in tho city of Richmond, on May 19, 1892, to elect delegates to the National Convention. At the snino timo and place 14 del? egates and 14 alternates will also bo j elected to the Democratic Cougres eional Convention, to bo held nt a ] timo and place to bo hereafter an? nounced, to nominate a candidate for Congress for the 9th Dihtrict. A full J at to ud unco is desired. H. G. Peebt, Co...

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

NOTICE. J>l;Y GOODS. NOTIONS. HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, RUBBER. GOODS. J. It. BARER, POCAHONTA8, VA Low prices nuil polite clems. v?L.?iVn.-No. W neuraSgia, and sciatica can always bo successfully treated with Ayer's Sarsaparlllla 1 A euro is sure to follow the persistent use of this ?j medicine. Has Cured Others will cure you. Taxewell Lodf?o, >4gV No. 62, A. F. & A. M. /V\.l[w.ts the Ski and-Uli Mondays in each month. TilOMASR. PfiBltY, V.*. M. Ralph Izakd. Secy. ?M<eef?e Royal Arch Chapter No, S?3. m eilt*'' niontli. James O'Kkkffe, II. P. John s. Younq, Secy. CHI LD~Bi RTH ~r7T ? ? MIADE EASY I " Mothers' PmnsD " ii a scicntific aliy prepared Liniment, every ingre? dient .of recognized v;:Uie and in constant use by t'.ie medical pro? fession. These ingredients are com? bined in r. manner hitherto unknown WILL DO nil that is clr.imcd for it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Bo...

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

f ISSUE. 1 SOISXHS ENiVCri'jD AT IlvJX JLNIU'YN AUli.NCIlSS. lTBLI?'erllouq Ctinso for the liest Steers ] -?--WU(tUI(l?3 Over Hie lMnliuj TER> in (i Contest ior Govern jBsSmW Wiont Katloiia of Henry Geneaso, a half-brcei, during kho last beef issue at Rosebud Agency. Just bow tho half-brqcd was killed will arouse tho curiosity or persons unfamil? iar with tho exciting aud dangerous phases of life at an Indian A<*cucy. Tho killing occasionally of an Indian or two during the beef issues at Pine Ridgo aud Rosebud occasioned no surprise or com? ment among tlioso who arc familiar with tho dangers attendnut upon tho regular 'beef issues, and tho ouly curiosity ex? pressed is that it is indeed a miracle that more persons uro not killed as a result of the present barbarous .method of issuing beef at those agencies. Tho writer recently witucssed a regu? lar beef issue at Pine Ridge Aticucy, and will endeavor to maku plain tho- reason ?why such accidental deaths as the a...

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

? f A "WATER WITCH; A DANQRKODB CURRENT IN SOMK WESTERN Sl'ltKAMS. Wlint tho "Water Witch" is and How It Destroys Its Vic? tims? V Hunter's Hard Struggle lor Iiilc. "I Lad an encounter with a 'wator ?witch' when I was in Utah,'-' remarked ono of a party of yoaug moa who were seated round n table the other evening telling talcs of adventure by land und sea. In response to tho general demand tho speaker told this story: "In tho mouth of July, a few years age, I camped with a party from Salt Lako City on tho banks of tho Provo ltiver. Tho Provo, as wc used to say at school,, rises amid the snow-clad peaks of tho Wasatch Mouutnius, llows south, and empties into Utah Lake. The track of a tlcor discovered ono morning within the borders of the camp caused some ex? citement among us. "Tho next day Mr. P. and I shoul? dered our guns and wen ; out to shoot tho invader. Wc crossed the river by a bridge a few miles below camp and climbed a bold mountain! wall. At - the end of a long tramp I fou...

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

PUUL1SRED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: (.In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ouo year. S1.60 . By mail, postage paid, six months, .7.") Advertising rates furnished on appli cation. Entered at the Tazewell O. II. (Va.) postoliice us Beeond class matter. FRIDAY, - APRIL *, DliMOCKAi'lU (XHJNti CON VENTION. A in ass mooting of the Democrats of Tuzewell county is hereby called to assemble in tho Court IIouso on Saturday, May 7lh, 1802, at one o'clock p. in. for tbe purpose of oluct iiig 11 delegates and 11 alternates to the Stato Democratic Convention, l<> ho held in the city of Richmond, on May 19, 1S?L. to elect delegates lo the National Convention. At tho same time and place 1 i dnl egutes anil 14 alternates will also 1?' elected lo the Democratic Cougros bional Convention, to 1>" held at a time lintl place to be boron ft or an? nounced, to nominate a candidate for Congress for the 9th District. A full attendance is desired. H. G. Pkery, Count...

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

DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, RUBBER GOODS. L L. BABEH, POCAHONTAS, VA Low prices rind polite clermj. That Your Hair may retain its youthful color. fullness, and beauty, dress It daily with Ayer's Hair Vigor It cleanses the scalp, cures humors, and stimulates a new growth of hair. Dr. ?. C Ayer St Co. Lowell, Mass. Tazewell Lodete, No. 62, A. F. & A. M. iMi'i'ts tin- 3d ami -Uli Mondays in each month. Thomas R. PBBR.Y, W. M. Ralph IzAtin. Secy._._ O'Keeffe Royal Arch Chapter No. 26. Moots 1st and 8d Mondays in each month. JamesO'Keeffb, H. P. John S. Younu, Secy. CHILD BIRTH ? ? ? ? ? MADE EASY! " Mothers' Frif.hd " is a scientific? ally prepared Liniment, every ingre? dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro? fession. These ingredients are com? bined in a manner hitherto unknown ?6 (V WILL DO all that is claimed for it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to " AIothers ...

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

E MEASURE OF(OUR DA7S. In all our.Vvalk*, lu all our ways," Thlnk not ttao measure ot our days Is gaugod by figures and by rules, As erst was taught us iu tho schools /But, as wo help a brother's needs By noble acta and genorous deeds, '. By giving comfort whoro wo may, By ligbttngup a mourner's way; ?" The sum of means that wo employ To turn a fellow's ilts to joy? This is tho measure cf our days. A veteran in tho wars of lifo, A prisoned soldier in tho strife Of soul with stingy, envious Time Is ho who makes his actions rhyme To universal brotherhood. Though long or short bath been his road, Centuries or'decades his abode Among bis kind, it matters least Bo fellows byJiiin have beon blest. His lifqjs measured by bis plan Of dealing with his fellow man, This is tho measure of his days. And much mcthinks of tiino ho gains, For all his labors, all his pains. For reaching outward far and near To succor want and shelter fear. Eo sCtngy paddock hems him in To mean desires or groveling-s...

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

Blib Bteppln*. A well-known firm of opticians In London manufacture ? specially con etrucied spectacles to be worn by horses. The object is to promote "high stepping." Horse spectacles, we learn, are made of 6ti?f leather, quite inclosing the eyes of the horse, and the glasses employed are deep concaye and large In size. The effect is to give the urouud In front of the horse the effect of being raised; the animal, therefore, steps high, think ing he is going up hill or has to step over an obstruction in front of him. If the system is persevered with when the animal is young the effect is said to be marvelous. Many horses, it is alleged, could be materially improved by a visit to the optician, and it is recommended that the sight of all horses should be tested. This particu? larly applies to valuable hunters, which are found optically unlit for their work, when a little artificial as? sistance would make them as useful as ever. Apart from this considera? tion, many vices, it is belie...

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

Thimbu Valley News. PUBLISHED KVEKY FRIDAY. ~"~TERM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, eno year. $1.60 I By mail. Jwetage paid, six mouths, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tnzowoll C. H. (Va.) poatotlico ns second class matter. FRIDAY, - APKIL 29, 1802 In resuming control ol tho Glincu Yalley News as editor and publisher, it is with the intention of giving it undivided attention and of very greatly improving it in the near fu? ture. It is to bo romoinbored that Ibis paper has no stock company be? hind it upon which to draw for means, tho one thing needful to make n first class paper, and as it baa been lay rulo to incur no debt in its publi cation, its actual business and de? gree of merit must move along on parallel linos. It may be said hero that during the temporary change of inanagotuout the old. busiecss was not nearly Wound up and tlmt it would be especially agreeable to have it dono now. Subscriptions are paynblo to me as i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 May 1892

DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, RUBBER GOODS. J. ti. BABEU, POCAHONTAS, VA Low prices ami polite clems. Vol. ilvii. was FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor * in the blood, ulcers, catarrh, and consumption, use Ayer's Sarsaparilf a The most economical, safe, speedy, and effective of all blood-purifiers. Has Cured Others - will cure you. Tazewell Lodge, 3QT No. 02, A. F. & A. M. k Meets tho 2d aud 4th Mondays iu each mouth. Thomas R. Pbbry, \v. M. Ralpu Izakd. Secy._ O'Koeffe Royal Arch Chapter No. 26. Meets 1st and 3d Mondays in each month. James O'Kkeffe, H. P. John.S. Young,Secy. Advice to "Woeeu If you would protect vourself from Painful, Profuse,'Scanty, Suppressed or Irregular Men? struation you must use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR CAiiTriisviLi.E, Avril 188". This vdll certify that two member* of my Immediate family, nfter having suffered for Tonrs from WciijUrtirt) 1 rMfcUlarltJr, bolng treated Wtthout beueilt by ptoyetcwus, were at length completely c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 May 1892

' Tfio frontier of Texas, along tho Rio V?rande, reaches over 1300 milc3?a lino ?a long as from Now York City to Key jWcst, Flu.?and most of it is difficult fcountry for military operations. Ono of tho most interesting sights ialong the Rio Grande is to seo a regi? ment of Mexican soldiers taking a com? pulsory bath. It. is only uadcr compul? sion that tho. rauk and tile of the army over do bathe, and when the ccrcmoay is in progress ouc-half of the regiment en? ters tho water while the other half stands guard on bank, .rifles ia . haud, to shoot down any man who attempts to desert. [When the ablution has been finished tho men resume their places in line and guard (heir comrades while they bathe. It iE estimated that the losses by fire in the United States during ISM reached the enormous amount of $135,000,000. This is an average loss of nearly $100, '' 000 a day, or, to put it in mother way, it represents the destruction of sis or eight good-sized fortunes every tweuty four hours. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 May 1892

Tells ol Her Cure of jServous Dyspepsia Hr?. A. D. Clearcland, of MitrorJ. Mus.. 1* tho st> "?er of the Norcross Brothers, of Boston, tho famous tutlders. In a long and Interesting statement (watch ?rill bo scat In full to any ono who wlshus II), Mrs. Cleavoland says that a fow years ago she had a so ?roro form of nerTous dyspepsia, tho Symptom? colas Palpitation of the Heart vtirnlog te csat'on In tho stomach, falntlug spells, ?ami an nvrfal <Ieath-llko foelloa from which <ho often thought 6ho should never recover. Sho was tired and Innvuld all tho Omo and did notda to Ho down for fear of a fainting spell. Sho had six ?different physicians but nouo did her any good. Ono ?day, rending about Uood's Sarsaparllla sho decided to try It. The fainting spollB grow less, soon ceased ?wholly, hcraj'pctlto returned, and'has Increased Fiom 88 to 132 Pounds o has not been so well for 25 years, docs all bet "ousehold work easily. To Hood's Sarsaparllla ej"aa ascr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 May 1892

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF BUBSCRIirrioisf: (lu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. ?1.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished oh appli? cation. Entered at iho Tazcwcll O. II. (Va.) postolllce as second class matter. FRIDAY, - - - ,UA\' ?, 1802 Tho anti-Cleveland people ttiliriu that Illinois is for Senator Palmer for President with about as much reason ns thoy claimod Indiuha for Gray. The Illinois resolut ion only stated that, if it was deeniod advisable to come West for a candidate. Palmer ?was tho choice. Tlie delegation is known to bo for Cleveland, their ? living idol of Democracy.'' Senator Paluior himself says of Mr. Clovo land: "I would do all f could 1.0 insure bin election. A large majority of the. people wfiut him and thoy only husi late beeauso they wonder if he can carry Now 1'ork.'* And yet it is ono of the posBibili tieB that in the final rouud up Mr. Palmer himself may he tlie man to Bucood President Har...

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