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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 September 1892

BONES IN CAVERNS. mini .it, i*l,acks von tribks of HKASTs ZiONtt KXTINur. Osseous lie lie J Gathered Oy Carni? vores ? Tropical Animals lit Arctic Kcdion??OOOO Cublo Kept ot Bono Bust. ~t?a "t" EARLY all accessible caves l\J were ,a ta0 P081 tenanted { by wild animal!", which have (, left enormous quantities of -their remains bebind them, in such localities. Ia them the scientific explorer discovers the osseous relics -of beasts long extinct, which trod the earth thousands upon thousands of years ago. * Quite commonly those bones are not fossilized, but, being preserved by loamy sediment aad limy incrusta? tion, actually retain their original gela? tine. Often thoso found ia n siuglo . cavern,if they could be clad in the flesh again and walk abroad, would suffice to furnish a scoro of as attractive menag? eries as ever accompanied a circus. Nay, more, thoy would form mighty herds of strange creatures, many of thorn most formidable and ferocious, such as are only known to-day by skel...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 September 1892

Clinch Valley News. . PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SU BSCRIPTION: tin Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. Sl.fiO By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tozewoll C. H. (Va.) postoflice as second class matter. FKIDAY, - ' . MOi'T. !) IS!>2. ' DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, GBOVE.lt CLEVELAND, OF NEW york. FOR ViOB-Pli ESIDENT, ADLAI E. STEVENSON, OF ILLINOIS. FOR CONGRESS ? NINTH DISTRICT, JAMES \V. MARSHALL, OF CRAIG COUNTY. DEMOCRATIC TARIFF LAW. "We denounce ltepublicnti protection us u frnnd, taxing the labor of the grout ma? jority of the people for tho benefit of tho few. Wo declare it to be a fundamental principle of the Democratic purlj that the Federal Government has no power to im? pose and collect tariff duties except for revenue only, and wo demand tlmt thu col. loction of such tnxes shall bo limited to tho necessities of the Government when 1 honestly and economically administered. ?Nati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 September 1892

fi?TICE. PKY GOODS, NOTIONS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, UUBBEK GOODS. J. L. BABEU, POb?HOlSTASi VA Low price? aud polite cicrutf. VOL. XLVIL NO. 38 That Your Hair may retain its youthful color, fullness, and beauty, dress it daily with Ay fer's Haasr Vsgos* It cleanses the scalp, cures humors, and stimulates a new growth of hair. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Lowell, Mass. Tazowt?!! Led 2,0, If No. 62, A. F. 6c A. M. k'Mccta the 2d an.',-Ith Mondays iu each month. John s. Bottim?rc, W. m. Joun W, SroTTS, Sec. O'Kceffe Royal Arch Chapter No. 36. Meets 1st ami 3d Mondays in oaoh month. Jambs O'Kbeffb, H. V. H. W. OKeeffe, Secy. W^CLINGH VALLEY J^?5 COMMANDERY NO. 20. /\ ? KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, Meets 1st and 3d Friday in each month at 7 p. m. Jambs O'Kf.effb. Eminent Com. H. W. OTKeFTFE, Recorder. Advice to Womeh If you would protect yourself from Painful, Profuse, 'Scanty, Suppressed or Irregular Men? struation you must use BRAD Fl ELD'S | FEMALE \ REGULATOR -4. Ca iiTEUSvrm.B, April...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 September 1892

MARS' MYSTERY. IS- THE PIjA.NET THE HOME of ANOTHER It AGE? 'There- Arc Sai.l to bo Si-ns on Its iMirlaco ot "Work Tliut Could Hnvo Been Dnnu Only by Huninn liciu^s. P to n recent lime [comparatively few peo? ple had anything but an indistinct idea of tbo planet Bum. Hut within the past few weeks this planet was ia what the as? tronomers call apposi? tion. That is very like saying to tho average mind tbat peas and bean multi? plied by cabbage muk?s roast beef. So to find out exactly what tho meaning of apposition is ono must first learn some? thing about the history of the plunet Mars. Mars is the fourth planet ia order of distauce froui the sun. It is nearest to the world oa which wc live of all the great superior planets t hat make tho solar system. Mars travels around the sun in a mean sidereal period of ?St!.'.)7C7 days, on an orbit inclined one dogrce and fifty-one minutes to the pinna of the ecliptic, nt menu distance of L'-SO,311,000 miles from tho sun. This orbit is consider...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 September 1892

LOVE OVER A,H_ Gliche? are naught. A jewol crown May bo undone, and'gold will melt, But an ended poiu is long, long felt. Kisses are sweet, but prayers are best; Only the lips ton hiss are giveD, TYbile the soul goes, with Its prayer, to heaven. Dreams are shadows, yot souaetiraos come Like blosse 1 curtains tlrit dror> upon The scorching light ot a noonday sun. Hopes betray us, but Faith is sure, Nor asbs for an answer. Sue smiles and waite, A patient child at tho heavenly gates. Love over all! A jewel urowu, A pain that stays, uud a prayer, a kis?, Dreams, hope; faith, patient, uro uut in this. ?Mary A.Do Vcre.in Ladies' Home Journal. AMONG THE RUINS. A STOKY OF INDIA. E T W E EN the towns of Mysore aud Coimbutore, India, and on the left bank | ??! a stream called the Ilouhollay, are ruins of three or four large villages. The second one west of the foothills of the 51 y s o re range of mountains is tilled -^r-nsKsta^i Garrcw, and amid the n.-neral desola. the general de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 September 1892

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ouc year. 81.50 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered tit the Tazowell C. H. (Va.) postoftice as second class matter. FRIDAY, - - - SEPT. Hi. [?02. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. j FOR PRESIDENT, GROVElt CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PttESIDENT, AD LAI E. STEVENSON, OF ILLINOIS. FOR CONGRESS?NINTH. DISTRICT, JAMES W. MARSHALL, OF ORAIG COUNTY. DEMOCRATIC TARIFF LAW. "Wo denounce Republican protection us a fraud, taxing the labor ot the great ma? jority of Hie people for the benefit of the few. Wo declare it to tie a fundamental principle of the Democratic purtj that the federal Government has no power to im? pose and collect tariff duties except far revenue only, mid we demand that the col? lection of such taxes shall be limited to the necessities of tho Government when honestly and economically administered. ?National Democratic Platf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 September 1892

N*?T.6e\ i)?Y GOODS, NOTIONS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, RUBBER GOODS, j. L. BABE1C, POCAHORTAS, YA Low prices nnil polito elcrae. vol. xlv?. no. m FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor in the blood, Ulcers, catarrh, and consumption, Ayer's Sarsapariila The most economical, safe, speedy, and effective of all blood-purifiers. las Cured Others will cure you. Tazewoll Lodge, Of* No. 62, A. F. & A. M. ? Meets the 2d and 4lh Mouduys in eachnibntli. v John S. Pottimokk, W. M. fhim W. BPOTTS, See. o'Keeffe Royal Arch Chapter jjpv 1 No. ?6. iLT^lj/Mcet? 1st and 3d Mondays | in each uu>uth. JamrsO'Kkbffb, h. r. I H. W. O'KEEPFE, Secy. V..^CLINCH VALLEY ?Je* COMMANDERY NO. 20. /\ KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, I Moots 1st and 8d Friday in each month | at 7 [>. in. Jami.s O'Keeffr. Eminent Com. II. YV. O'Kkfffk. Recorder. At>vtce tc Women If you would protect yourself from Painful, Kofuse, Scanty, Suppressed or Irregular Men? struation you must Lise BRADFiELD'S FEMALE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 September 1892

Queensland, Australia, owes tho largest, fCutional debt?$310 a bend. / A Chicago man who said that some-; tody's baby was "u?ly" has been sued lor libel. ' It is estimated that ono doctor to every thousand of the population is a fair pro? portion. ___^______________ An Atchison (Kan.) brido is not only tupportiug her husband, but is paying tomcthing every mouth on his Urst wife's funeral expenses. Tho TSSw" York" Commercial Adver? tiser thinks it is rather noteworthy that it is tho bachelors iu the British House of Commons who interest themselves most persistently in the womau's suffrage question. JSyin Crinkle, tlio New York dramatic critic, thinks it is wonderful how Ameri? can couutry girls develop into .society queens and hold their own in tho first circles. The average American giil catches on inn hurry, and when good fortune throws her into a higher circle she makes herself Cquai to any emer? gency. ______________ "It is curious," muses tho Boston Transcript, "bow one inventio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 September 1892

MALTA a famous iiirrij?-: island and ITS INTHKESTINO I'EOPljK. .a Handsome and Ingenious T{acc? a Mixed Ijantraaico ? Curious Marrlago and Funeral Cus toius?Knixhta ot .Malta. iF the average pupil of the present school generation should be asked for what prod? ucts tho littlo Island of Malta is famed, the answer would to given without hesi? tancy, "Maltese cuts," und at that point his knowledge, or rather his iguoruueo, would cease. But there is uo lexicographer who could add to this ?bit of information. A search of tho records of the cat does uot include uioro ? than a moro mention of tho favorito blue Malta. Tho annals of Malta tell us of 'the Maltese dog, au originally wild typo, which still exists on the islaud, but in a i ?domesticated state. These were men- ! tinned by ancient writers and wore even fouud in sculpture, hut of tho Maltese ? cat not a word seems to have becu men? tioned by either old or modern writers. Tho Knights of Malta readily occur to -us, aud of these wo fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 September 1892

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUljSCRIPTiON: Uu Advance.) By mail, postage pciil. one year. $1.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rate? furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazowell C. II. (Va.) postolliec us 6i-Vou<l class (natter. FRIDAY, - - ? Ki'T. LW)5. democratic ticket. F'Ml PltKSIDENT, G ROYElt CLEVEIjA N D, OF NEW VOUK. FOIt VICE-PUKSIDENT, ADLAI E. STEVENhON, OF ILLINOIS. FOR CONGltESS?NINTH DISTRICT, JAMES W. MARSH ARL, OF CltAlC COUNTY. DEMOCRATIC TARIFF LAW. V/e denounce it. pnhlicnn protection its fraud, las lug the labor of tho great util? ity of the people for Hu- benefit of the tow. We declare it to he a ruudnniontal riuciplo of Hi1 Democratic partj that the .loral Government has no power to im. pp end collect tariff duties exceptfvr |uc only, ?n<i we doa*and that the col-1 ti of such taxes shall he limited to foce.ssitios of tic Govcmtm ut ?In n j |y ami economically ndministi n il. j nuul Dcmnor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 September 1892

Notice. t>ilY GOODS. NOTIONS. BOOTS. SHOES, HATS, Y . CLOTHING, UUBUGtt GOODS J. L. BABEU, VOOAUONTA8, V.Y Low prices ami polito clcraa. VOL. XLVIL NO. 40 and other bowel complaints cured and prevented ! by the prompt luso of Ayor's Cathartic Pills They regulate the liver, cleanse the stomach, and greatly assist digestion. Dr. J. Q. ?ycr & Co. Every Dose Effective. Tazewcll Lodsse, @}f No. 62, A. P. Ce A. M. 'Meets the 2d and Uli Mondays iu euch mouth. V\' Ji.nr. S. Bottuiorb, \V. M. John w. Spott?, Sec. O'Keoffo Woval Arch Chajjtsr (Wo. ??.??. Meets 1st and 3d Mondays iu each mouth. 1 Jambs O'Kbrffb, H. v. ] H. W. O'Keeffe, Secy. XCLINCH VALLEY COMM ANDERY NO. 20. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, Meets 1st and yd Friday im each month at 7 (l. m. James O'Kbkffe. Eminent Com. H. \V. O'Kkfffb, Recorder. Advice 20 Woken If you would protect yourself from Painful, i'rofuse, Scanty, Suppressed or Irregular Men? struation you must use BRADFIELD'S m FEMALE REGULATOR \ OASTjchavrxiti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 September 1892

TO-DAY. Be swift to love your own, dear* Your owu who need you so; Bay to tho speeding hourv, dears "I will not lot thee go Except thou give a blessing;" Force It to bldo and stay. \jOvo has no sure to-morrow; It only has to-day. Oh, hasten to be kind, dears, Before tho time shall come TVbon you nro left behind, dears In an nll-loncly home; Before in lato contrition Vainly you weep and pray, Love has no suro to-morrow; It only has to-day. Swifter than sun shade, doirs, Move the fleet wings of pain; Tho chance wo have had to-day, dears. May never come again. Joy is a fickle rover, Ito brooketh not delay. Lovo has no sure to-morrowj It only has to-day. Too late to plead or griove, dears. Too late to kiss or sigh, Whon death has set his seal, dears, On the cold lip and eye. Too late our gifts to luvish Upon the burial ciay: Life tins no sure to-morrow It only has to-day. ?Congregationnlisr1. A Second-Hand Sweetheart. BY HELEN FORREST ?RAVCS. NOTIIER room ' is gouc," snid Betsey. "Eh?" ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 September 1892

OUR OKLTf DAY. Wero this our only day, Old not our yesterdays and morrows gtvo To hope and memory their interplay, How should wo bear to live? . Not merely what we ore, ? Bnt what we were and what wo are to be. Make up our lifo?tho far days each a star. The near days nebula). At once would love forget Its keen pursuits and coy delays of bliss, And its delicious pangs of fond regret. Were there no day but this. And who, to win a friend. Would to tho secrets of his heart invite A fellowship tlv.it should begin and end Between a night and night? Who, too. would pause to prato Df insult, or remsuibor slight or scorn, "Who would this night Ho down to sleep with hate, Were thero to be no morn? Who would tako heed to wrong, To misery's complaint or pity's call. The long wail of the weak ugainst tho strong, It this ono day wero all? Aud what were wealth with shame, The vanity of office, pride.ot oaste. The winy sparkle of the bubble tarn?, If this day woro the last? Ay, what ware all days w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 September 1892

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By rjiiiil, postage paid, one year. SI.HO By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .75 Advertising rates furnished ou appli? cation. Entered at the Tazovell C. H. (Yn.) poBtolllee as second cliusu matter. Friday, - - ? sept. ;;?, is<ji?. ^democratic ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, GROVE It CLEVELAND, OK NEW YORK. FOB VICE-PRESIDENT, ad lai e. stevenson, OF ILLINOIS. FOR CONGRESS?NINTH DISTRICT, JAMES W. MARSHALL, 1 OK CRA1Q COUNTY. DEMOCRATIC TARIFF LAW. "Wo denounce Republican protection as a (rand, taxing the labor of the groat ma? jority of the people for the benefit of the few. Wo declare it to bo n fundamental prinoiple of the Democratiu part,, that the Vedsrt-l Government has no povrwr to im? pose end oolloct t*riff dnlies except for roTonue ouly, and we detuned t'nit the r.ol lootlun of such tuxes shall he limited to tho nocessitien of the Government when honestly nnd economically administered. ?Nati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 October 1892

notice. ?ltY CJOODB. NOTIONS. BOOTS, SHOPS. HATS, clothing, UUBBEU GOODS j. l. i$.v?::k, POOAUoilTAS, VA Low prices aud polito clerks. VOL. XL VI T. NO 4 ATIq SM neuralgra, and sciatica can always bo successfully treated with ?yer's Q&rsaparE.'lla ' A euro is sure to follow the persistent use of this *, medicine. Has Cured Others will cure you. Tazeweli Lodere, ?y No. 62, A. F. & A. EW. v Meets tho 2d aud 4th Mondays in each month. Irj, John S. Bottimokh, W. M. John W. Spotts, Sec. O'Keeffe Royal Arch Chaptor No. 2G. Moots 1st and 3d Mondays in each month. Jambs O'Kbefpb, H. P. H. W. O'Keeffe, Secy. XCLINCH VALLEY COMMANDEItY NO. 20. ! KNIGHTS TEMPLAU, I Meets 1st and 3d Friday in eaoli mouth nt 7 p. m. James O'Kefffe. Eminent Com. II. \V. O'Kefffe, Recorder. child birth ? ? ? ? ? made easy! " Mothers' Friend " is a scientific? ally prepared Liniment, every ingre? dient of recognized value and in constant use hy the msdtcal pro? fession. These ingredients are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 October 1892

WEAVINO. j My lifo is but o weaving Between my God and m?; 1 may but cbooso tho colors' Ho workcth steadily. For oft Ho woavoth sorrow And I, in foolish pride. Forgot Ho sees the n$rpjr. And I tho under side'. 1 choose my strands all golden. And watch for woven sturs; I murmur whon tho pattern Is set in blurs and mars. 1 cannot yet roniuinbor Whoso hands tbo shuttles guUe; And that my stars are shining Upon tho upper side. I choose my throads all crimson, And wait for flowers to bloom. For warp and woof to blossom Upon that mighty loom. Full oft 1 sock them vainly, And frot for them denied? Though flowering wrenths an'''garlands. Mny deck the upper side. JJy lifo is but a weaving Between my Hod and me; 1 see tbo seams, the tangles? The fair designs sees He, Then let mo wait in patieuco And blindness; satisfied To make tho pattern lovely Upon tho upper side. ?Florence Mny Alt, in Christian nt Work. A BROKEN" CHAIR. ? AMES rushed up to his fifth tloor. When he reached - the last laudi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 October 1892

nmibttny'n Fsdntlns-Boat. Daublgny wished to be free from follow lug on foot the banks of rivers, to be independent of hotels, to be on hand at sunrise and sunset, when the effects were most enchanting, and to move about stream at will. "With this desire he went to see his friend Batllet, the boatrbuilder, at Asniercs, and explained his project- "Hold!" ?aid Balllct, "I have just what you want, a boat intended to bo used for a ferry." Daublgny, who was accom? panied by bis sou Karl, looked over the boat, which was somo twenty eight feet long, six feet' beam, flat bottomed, and drew only eighteen Inches of water. Baillet agreed to complete It, 60 that three or six rowers could be used, and a sail at will. At the stem was to be placed a cabin in pino Bufllcieutly large to work and sleep In, with lockers on each side to con? tain bedding, cooking utensils, pro? visions, and artist's materials. Thu9 equipped, with a plentiful supply of provisions on board, and accompanied by his son Kar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 October 1892

fcarr- .?-? ? Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Uu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. 81.f>0 By mail, postage puid, six muutliB, .75 Advertising ratea furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tnzewell C. II. (Va.) postoffieo ns second clivss matter. FRIDAY. - - ? OCT. 7. 1802. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, GROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRKSIDENT, ADLAI E. STEVENSON, OF ILLINOIS. ?OB CONGRESS?NINTH DISTRICT, JAMES W. MARSHALL. OF CRAIG COUNTY. JUDGE G-RESH AM "WILL SUP PORT MR. CLEVELAND. A Chicago special to the Now Yotk World say.s : Judge Waller Q, Gresham will volo for Gi over Cleveland. The announce? ment was made this morning on Hie authority of Judge Allen, of the L?'ed Mai Court. *Tid eon fir mod by Dotuo oratn of high standing who had boon in some way acquainted with the fuel. Touiglit it is the general subject of conversation among politicians of both parties. Judge Allen, of tho United Glides District Cour...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 October 1892

N?TICE. DltYGOODS. NOTIONS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, ltUBHEK GOODS. J. Ii. UABEK. l'OOAUONTAB, VA Low pries und polito clerKu. VQLTXL VIL N0. 1 CONSUMPTION in its early stages can be cured by the prompt use of Ayers Cherry Pectoral It soothes the infEameci tissues, aids expectoration, ( and hastens recovery. Dr. J. C. ?yer & Co. Lowell, Mass. Taxewell LodcTO, No. 62, A. F. & A. M. iMeets the 2d ami Uli Mondays) | in each mouth. John S. Hottimouu, W. M. John W, Spotts, Sec. O'Kecffo Royal Arch Chapter Via. 26. Meets 1st and 3d Monday* (u each month. James O'Keeffk, H. r. H. W. O'Kkeffe, Secy. XCLINCH VALLEY COMMANDEKY NO. 20. KNIGHTS TEMPI.AH, Meets 1st und 3d Friday in each mouth <U 7 p. in. Jamic? O'Kekffe. Emiueut Com. H. W. O'Kefffk, Heoorder. . CHILD B\ RTH ? ? ? ? ? ..< MADE EASY! " Mother?' ?!usnd " i< n scientific? ally prepared Liniment, every ingre? dient of recognized value and in constant use by the ir :dica1 p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 October 1892

Kit pro ts trains in Russia rarely travel faster than twonty-two miles au hour. Thcsp arc very slow expresses indeed, yot a railway guard avers that the fastest trains arc always tho safes). The Minneapolis Journal is convinced that tho most idiotic, college yell is proba? bly that ol the senior class of the Kausns Btntc University; It is: "Johnny took a bite, Susie took a chew. Hock chalk, jaw hawk, class of *02." The American Dairyman boasts that the dairy industry of the United States, notwithstanding its low average profit, is more valuable than illl our gold and ?diver mines;? and, it adds, if all the cows were us valuable us the majority of those which have been tested the ycirSy output would be more than treble I. The rediscovery of u new species of fish known its the tile fish, which Is said to be valuable for its food qualities, comes tit :i time when, in the opinion of the Now York Sue, it will be welcome, et pccinlly if the United States Fish Com? mission is able to propo...

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