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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 August 1893

~?i Importance to All Wbgni noamc'di.* 'Rend a check or a postal or express money or Bor (or J0.7j to Tho Ttn-,l Co., S03 Doronahtro St., Boston, and you will receive by prepaid pcxprysa a copy of a handsomely printed nnd securely bound book telling you how to In. trrwo business; how to decorate your etora Windows; how to alvcrllso In newspaper:; about circulars, rardu and posters; the coat onduso of engraving; of every class; tho ex ponao of lithographs and their value; how to produce ctfoctivo billheads, cards and other commercial printing, with Information on tha management of employes nnd everything per? taining to business publicity?tho only work ?>f its class in tho world; indispensable to every business man whethor ho bo an advertiser or not. ' 'Written by Nath'l C. Fowlor, Jr., the 03. port at business and advertising. 618 largo pages, handsomely illustrated. You tako no risk; It after receiving tho book you don't M'ant It you can return it and get your money lack...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 August 1893

Within the \ EXHIBIT Ol' TUE OVliUMAN WHEEL UO*S 1! [From tlio lllustri IN TRANSPORTATION BUILD-1 1NG. Exhibit or Tnis Overman Wheel Com i'a.nv's Bicycles. In tho Transportation I3uildiug,do' voted to all tlio devices I hut save tho logs nod arms nf mini from labor and , fatigue, there is no department more interesting in its way than the exhib its of the manufacturers i?f bicycles. Tho bicycle is us yet largely devoted to the pleasure thai, induces health by keeping its devotees out of doors, breathing the sweet airs of ihe eoun | try, and gaining vigor of body and BtveugtU ol limb in tho pursuit of, pure physical enjoyment. As thero, uro bicycled and bicycles, so thero are Varying degrees of cxrollonco in ' thu displays made by Ihu various1 uiakora of Ike wheels. Tho exhibit of the Overman Wheel Company, of Cliieopoo Falls, Mass., is I lie most at-i tract ivu und tu Untie in this ilepait moid, combining as it does simplicity, taste and solid worth. Its pavilion is a structure in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 August 1893

MM, SALT, MODEMeS, AND EVEWVTUIKO BELONGING IN A H 1 jjj <fe). Family Grocery Store, ift J 1 k 1 ^ BUSTON & SONS. YjL.XLVIDjy 3~ ? ~~ THE CLINCH VALLEY AGRICULTURAL & BiEEiEIS ASSOCIATION WILL HOLD THE TAZEWELL FAIR At Tazewell, Virginia, September 5th, (5th, 7th and 8th, 1893. $5,000 in Purses and Premiums. NINETEEN TROTTING, PACING AND RUNNING RACES. Grand exhibition of speed, thoroughbred horses, harness horses and draft horses, cat? tle, sheep, swine, and poultry, agricultural and horticultural products, art and, ladies' faacy work, bicycle races, fox chase and va? rious other amusements. Special trains. Cheap rates. Come and be treated well. ? SAM'L WALTON, Prent., JAS. O'KEEFFE, Secretary, Falls Mills, Va. . Tazewell Va. LOCdL AND GENERAL NEWS 73RlEES. NOTICE. After August li> wo positively will not sell coul on credit. C. A. Fudge & Co. The Fair is next 1 Dr. D. W. Gills is up from Gra hum. Circuit and county courts, n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 August 1893

? CO LITTLE. ] K TJoro?ft?f,%lion I sloop benooth tho grass In yondor ohurohyard plot, And what I was, or might havo noon, Is thou that which is not, It yon should como in kindliness to stand thcro by tho spot, ' < An?>eomctlmcs think ot mo a3 II I woro not bottor than you thought, but that I wcro less bad, I know in that dark, dismal gravo ol mlno I Should bo glail f. J ?'; Through all otcrnlty. ?\v. J. Lampion, in New York Sua. ; :"SUMAJH," I BT STANLEY GIBSON.' ENDEKSON, "what's t h o j meaning of .'Sumajh,' ch? Early this morning I was wandoring about n mile out on tho Kistapo ro road, just on tho edge of tho jungle, y o u know, and ran across some ten or a d o /. c n natives in n Ting nronnd n poor wretch of a leper. tUghl ho's tho first I've seen and ho Tnado mo feel had, I can tell you ; I don't t/imt to sco any more." i "Huh !" broke in Henderson; "and how do you know the man was a leper, if you bad never seen one before, oh?" 1 "Oh, ho wos a lopcr righ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 August 1893

Tho lato Charles A. .Longfellow, eon 'of tho poet, who died Bcveral weeks ago, hod been an invalid for a year. vHo lived with his sister in tho old fLongfollow manion in Cambridge. Ho y-was an cnthusiastio yachteinnu, and had just returned from a year's eruiso to tho South Sea Islands. Honrietta Herschfcld, tho first wo? man graduato of tho Philadelphia Col? lege of Dental Surgery, is assistant court dentist iu Germany. SyracuGo (N. Y.) shoemakers run a co-operntivo faclorv. Mm. Theresa IIa rtson Albion, I'tu Misery Turned to Comfort Kidney Troubles, Sleeplessness, Distross-AII CURED. " AH Ion, ?I? Co., PS., Kcb. 18, W. "I can truly say that Hood's Sarsnparilla hasdono moro (or inu then nil the proscrip? tions and other medicines 1 h ivo ovur taken. For 14 years I have suffered with ktdit troubles; my back being ko tnmu nt tinici Ihntl Could Not Raise Myself up nut of my chair. Nor could I turn mysolt In bed. 1 e mid not sleep, nnd ?n/Tcred (ireat ttintrciw with my food. I have take...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 August 1893

If you ride why not ride the best? There is but one best and it's a Victor? OVERMAN WHEEL CO. BOSTON, WASHINGTON, DENVER, 5APJ FfTANClOCO. Clinch Valley News., PUBLISHED BVBRY FRIDAY. TERMS ok B??SCRIPTI?N: (In Advance) By mail, postage paid, ono year, Sl.SO B.v mail, postage |>aid, aix months, -7r? Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the TnzewoR (Vn.) postof flco as second ulnss mutter. FRIDAY. ? AUGUST 18, ISSJ.'L A TEXT for the tim e& Tho following linos from Dr. -I G Holland?old enough to bo familiar to all?fit tho present timo bo well that thoy are reproduced bore and thorn: "God givo us men. A time like this demons Strong minds, great hoarts, truo fnitb aud ready hnndri; Men whom tho lust of office doos not, kill; Men whom tho spoils of offioo can not buy; Mou who possess opinions and 11 will; Men who have honor; mou who will not lie; Men who can stund boforo a donia gogno And damn his trcachorous flattcrioa without winking; Tall men...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 August 1893

Mm, SALT, BR?CER.E8, AND EVEUVTIUNQ JilXONOINO IK A Family Grocery Store, BUST?N a SONS. VOL. ILVIII, NQ.J4 THE CLINCH VALLEY | AGRICULTURAL & BREEDERS ASSOCIATION WILL HOLD THE TAZE WELL FAIR At Tazewell, Virginia, September 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th, 1893. $5,000 in Purses and Premiums. NINETEEN TROTTING, PACING AND RUNNING RACES. Grand exhibition of speed, thoroughbred horses, harness horses and draft horses, cat? tle, sheep, swine and poultry, agricultural and horticultural products, art and ladies' faacy work, bicycle races, fox chase and va? rious other amusements. Special trains. Cheap rates. Come and be treated well. SAATL WALTON, Prest., JAS. O'KEEFFE, Secretary, Falls Mills, Va. Tazewell Va. ics at, ty^is LOG 4L AND GENERAL] NEWSJiRIEFS. After the Fair, the schools. Full line of combs and brushes at,| D. W. Gills & Co s. Miss Strother, of Giles countj visiting the Misses Henry. For tine toilet soaps &c, go to D. W. Gills & Co's n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 August 1893

A LULLABY. Bleep, Baby, Bleep. Tue purple curtains of tho night nro sproan, The era let etat? are watching overhead; Through the closed casement, In these stilly hours, There comes no wooing frogronoo from tho Ho-w'rs, *.<??.. And all tho morry birds nro hushed to rest, Blnce Baby lies within her own warm nest? Bleep, Baby, slenp. Wake, Baby, wnko! The sun In shining through tho window-bars. And Mother's oyes nrobrightnrthnnthostiira ; Out In thoK?rdoii nod tho roses tall, And Mother's kiss Is sweeter than thorn all. Tho birds are trilling from tho boughs above, And Mothor watts to slug hor song ot love? Wake, Bnby, wnko! HIS FAIRPATIENT. n ROBERT ii. toCKWOOD. HE gray dawn had he gun to filter through the closed blinds at the foot of his bed, mid Doctor Hanks had just set? tled himself for a final snooze, when his night-hell rang furiously. The good doctor sprang up and put his head oat of the-win? dow. ., "What is wanted?" he called. b "Is that Doctor Banks?" f Tho voic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 August 1893

Phirtx boilers operate machinory building, Chicago. ? Mr. Joseph Godfrey, " 10,000 Needles Boomed to be sticking In my legs, jvhen I it. Buttering with a terrible hninnr, my lu^s being a maam of rmnntm hos'.-h from knees down. I was urged tn tnku H o<>i>\s HA I! - S 4 i'A ii 11,1. I mid Iii a short. 11 mo I was Hood's ? Qu res perfectly cured. I am an n'd sailor, arod Tl, In tho b?=t of lienltli, thanks (n Hood's." Jos. UODrasrv, Sailors' Snug llnrlior, Suiten Isl? and, N. Y. An Bgrecntlo Lnxatlvo ana Ntbxs Tonic, Bold by Druggists or sent by mall. 85c., Wc. and 51.00 per packniro. Rumples free TOTafTl 10 #% 'llin l''nvnrito TOOTH rOWSll ?W JOlW fnrthoTccttaond Breath.ttio, DR. KII-iiUKIl'S CURED ME. La Grippe! Gripp! Gripp! After Effects Cured. Mr. BUger writes:?"I bud a Imd nttnekof the Grippe; after n limn caught cold and hud a second nt tacit. It (settled in my ItldiiryK and liver, nud Ohl euch pal 11 and misery in my bark and logs, Tho physician...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 August 1893

Tfrst inTlre? nd Improvements Riders of Victor Pneumatics carry an extra inner tube to be used in case of accident. By simply removing a punc? tured inner tube through a hole in the rim, repair is effected in five minutes by replacing with a new one. If you are going to ride why not ride the best? OVERMAN WHEEL CO. Boston, Washington, denvkr, saw Francisco. Clinch Valley News.] PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. | TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: I (In Advnnce.) By mail, postage paid, one year. Sl.flO By mail, postage pnid, nix mouths, .75 ( Advertising rate? furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tarewell (Va.) poatof-' flee as Becond clous matter. FKID AY,~AUGUST 25, 18!,:,". | THE TICKET. I Th? result of the Gubernatorial convention, held at Itiuhmmid, last ? week, was as most generally an- ?, ticipated from the beginning. For, roasoiiH satisfactory to themselves' many, in making their choice, SO-, lectcd Tyler or Bufortl, knowing at the time that O'Fcrrall had all thoj odds in the race and that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 September 1893

mm, salt, ?a??Eftiits, AND. EYKllXTlllNU JjELOXOINCt LS A Family Grocery Store, . BUSTON & SONS. VOL. XLYiIL .N0. 35;V mil hold yhe TAZE W ELL FAIR At Tazewell, Virginia, September 5th, 6th, Tth and Stil, 1893. $5,000 in Purses and Premiums, NINETEEN TKGTTSS.S, PACING ?ND nftCES. Grand exhibition of speed, thoroughbred horses, harness horses and draft horses, cat? tle, sheep, swine and poultry, agricultural and horticultural products, art and ladies' faacy work, bicycle races, fox chase and va? rious other amusements. Special trains. Cheap rates. Come and be treated well. SAM'L WALTON, Prost., . JAS. ptKEEPFE, Sem;tarv, Falls Milk; Va. Tazowell Val L?O?L '?'jfl). GEN. KRAL NEWS BillEFS. Till! lino bf combs and brushes ivt D. W. Gills & Go's, Tin.* Fnir ..will bo gorid from the beginning of the first day. A "power" 'o goods has been nil loaded tvt Buchanan & Chapman's. Sweet Foratoes, the finest grown, barrels of I hem. at Boston & Sons...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 September 1893

?WAITING. <' _ ?sthoso who, on eomo lonoly mountnlnhelght, Watching through all tho weary houra of night, Await tho palo roso of tho morning light, ' I wait for theo. , 'As ono who, wnklng on a hod of palu, 'And, helpless in his agony, Is fain To wait thoswoot return of sloop ngntn, I wait for thoo. As ho who, in somo vast cathedral, dim With shadows, silent waits, on bended limb, Tho muslo of tho Euoharlbtlo hymn, I wait for thoo. As deaf men eravo for son;;, and blind for sight, As weary sons of toll long for tho night, And as tho fettered spirit longs for flight, . I long for thee. ?Arthur T. Froggott, In tho Spectator. Stealing a Policeman. by 8. bab1nq-gouj.d. UTLAND in llio smallest county in Englaud ; it is imt eighteen m i 1 e s [^>x?vJC^A\ long, and its cx ?itt&Jm?' X i 1,',,m" breadth is nftccn. Tin) con scqucuco of this contracted area is Unit whatever hap? pens in one corner of tbc county is noised over every part of it, and Hint tbo aff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 September 1893

Will tho Widow cnptnr? Him. I Miss Madison Square?I heard Mrs. iFUbor say sho wouldu't mind marry Jdr that youoR man of yours. Misi Kharpglrl?I'll novor glvo her the chance. Tho man a widow would marry Is pretty sure to make a good husband.?Texas Sittings. Hood's5s;> Cures " I cordially rrcouiincd Hood's Simapnrilla to all sttlferiir; with indigestion. Impure blood, hnmors, Inns of npiu-litc, or run down, or out of order generally. Mt trill ?iire/?/ hellt t/otf If tbero is ion help fur yon. 1 hnvo found t a very c;ri nt b'.nclU for liuiluriii, chills and fever, rhuumutlMU. kidney coinp'nint und ca? tarrh, <!i'<*.it tehvn 1 eon ?><</< i-e.r nn/.n-if iticuvuble." IIxn'ht S. Kostkii, ricurhor oUith, N. Y. N. 11.?Ho sure t? cot llood'n. 'clear. : .sKi.N. ? An nfrrecnblo laxntivo anflNEtm! Tonic. Bold by Drufrglnta or sent by mail. Xfic.OOo. ?nd $L00per packne/o. Bamplca free. Tho PnvorHo TOOTH P0WM1 for tho Too...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 September 1893

Victor ?icycles are first!; lead the world of cycledom. OVERSrlAM ' Boston, wabwncton, Clinch V&Uey Mows.! ? PUBLISHED EVERY" KRIDAY. | TERMfi OF Rt BS( R1PTION: i Cin Advnuce.) n_? muH, postage paid, one year, j Dy mail, postage! paid, sis months, .75j ??! Advertising, rates furnitdiud on appli? cation. Entored i-.r thoTnaowcl! (Vn.) pu:<tof-| flee as ucooml eluss matter. HtlliAY. ? ? SlOl'T. I, ikwi. ?. ^'puLL HARVEST. This is it j'oar when farmers of thifjaectioii, at least-, may be I hank-! ful that it is well with them in point ot' crops. Whilo in many lines Of business men are going down or dreading precipitate hank ; ruptny, the man with hia barns full: caii know at leusl thai ho and his! will not lack for broad. Our crop:!, ate luaguiui'.uht. Wo like those i lilies <?f .lamoH Whitoomli 1'iley: '?Seems like n feller'd ort 'ojea' today ? G|t down and roll nud waller, don't yon know, In that air stubble, and Hop up und crow, SceiUvsicb urapa! I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 September 1893

FL??% SALT, 6R0CEft.ES AND EYERVTIIlNQ BELONGING IN i BUSTON & SONS. VOL. XLVII1. TO. 37 ^ ?VOR? * HOP SACKIKGS, WHIP CORDS, CASHS3ERES, SERGES, HEHrllETT?S, SUITINGS, CHAIN SERGES, PLAID WORSTEDS, TRICOTS, DIAGONALS, BROADCLOTHS, FANCY SUITINGS, RE?PE PLAIDS, CHANG. GIAGE SILKS, COL'D VELVETS, JACQUARDS, CRYSTAL SILKS, &C, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?l'OJt? MEMS', BOYS', YOUTHS'AND CKILD8EHS' CLOTHING, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOR? TRUNKS, VALISES, SATCHELS AND GRIPS, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOR? STR5PSD FLANNELS, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, WRAPS, COTTON AN? FLANNEL SKIRTS, BLANKETS, &C, ? GO TO? BUCHANAN Si CHAPMAN. ?FOR? Hats, Caps, Boys' Shirts, Collars, Cuffs and Fancy Line of Cravats and Underwear, ?GO TO? BUCHANAN & CHAPMAN. ?FOR? DOUGLASS' CELEBRATED $3-00 S5-JOE, ?GO TO? Always on hand a 1'ull line of the Douglas Shoo ;is well as a complete stock of the old relia? ble Zeigler Shoes. They beat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 September 1893

AN OLD GOOD-BY. i The dead Ion tos mstlo nt my fo?, Tho moon Is shining brightly | ?omothlng hn? softly dimmed my oyco, Across tho path ono shadow llos ' Tho path twotrod so lightly. It was upon a night like this IiOvo loft ns only sorrow I hold h?r litt lo hand lit inlno, Thai porting is to mo divine, , Thon thcro was no to-morrow CInco I havo loarnod llfo's lesson wall. Hearts aro not easy brokon ; To-night nil Joys I havo forgot There's something saerod In this spot, ; Where sweet good-byes wero spokcu. I'd fool less lonely with mys'jlt If I woro broVon-hoarted: Would I could llvo that night again, With all its saddonod-swoetonod pain, j Whrnlovo from love was purtod1 ?I.orlmor Stoddnrd, In Llpplncott. THE FAMILY SECRET. DY HELB.1 rOHEST.fl?-TOI, ? -^TlEBFj'?'n Bkclcb \ J/Yng party," said | Mr. 1'oyntz? "six of us?threo gen? tlemen ami three Indies. Do you know of any plnco in the neighbor? hood whero we could got decent board?" Tho postmaster looked ?l) nt tho ceiling mid then d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 September 1893

Tho llnlij-. Airing. It is well to send tue babies out foi Bn airing evory day, If thoy aro cou tided to competent bands. But often baby's tender littlo body Is Jarred und wearied by bel?g rattled over a rough road, bounced Into and over nutters, and thumped over crossings at head lout; speed, until ib rccolvcs mor? harm than good from Its outing. Al? most ovcry ono kuows what a differ ouco there Is In drivers; how ono mat will, however easy tJio carriage, tak< you to your Journey's end foollog tbal you are black and blue from JoltInx about, while another will avoid overt loose stone and moderate bis speed al tho rough places. Bo sure that buhle? Buflor quite as much as their eldcrj from unskillful charioteers. It is perfectly easy to guido a clrild'3 cat: over a gutter without a Jar, but It Is seldom done by a servants aud often not by mothers themselves. Not onlj are the little ones jerked and bumped along In this tiresome fashion, but thoy are kept hours In their carri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 September 1893

Victor Bicycles are first ir lead the world of cycledom. OVERMAN \ Boston, Washington, Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. \Vf TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: tin Advance.) By mail, postage paid, otio year. 81.00 By mail, postage paid, eis months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered nt the Tnr.owcll (Vn.) postof llco as second einen matter. h' i -MUA V, - - SKIM'. 1."?, IS'.l.!. A QUARTER OF A CENTURY AGO. When the peaceful, simple beauty cf life in certain Becliona impresses us with adiuiration of it us u typo of tbo porfool lifo which ia unending, wo involuntarily feel a desire bo to por? tray it, that all, though they may not fully espouse it. may still HO shape their liven as to adopt what is good and puto mid lovely, and unite it with the strength and enterprise, und even with t!io ambition of inoroj worldly routines, making a couibiiut-i lion tlitil must over approach peifuti lion. I would speak of one of the many j lovely valloys that, with a richer, i in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 September 1893

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, and evehytuikg belonging in A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. VOL. XLVII1. NO. 88 _ ?for? HOP SACKINGS, WHIP CORDS, CASHN3ERES, SERGES, HENRIETTAS, SUITINGS, CHAIN SERGES, PLAID WORSTEDS, TRICOTS, DIAGONALS, BROADCLOTHS, FANCY SUITINGS, REPPE PLAIDS, CHANG. GLACE SILKS, COL'D VELVETS, JACQUARDS, CRYSTAL SILKS, &C, ?go to? Buchanan & Chapman, ?for? MENS', BOYS', YOUTHS'AND CHILDRENS' CLOTHING, ?ao to? Buchanan & Chapman. ?for? TRUNKS, VALISES, SATCHELS AND GRIPS, ?go to? Buchanan & Chapman. ?for? STRIPED FLANNELS, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, WRAPS, COTTON AND FLANNEL SKIRTS, BLANKETS, &C, ? go to? BUCHANAN & CHAPMAN. ?for? Hats, Caps, Boys' Shirts, Collars, Cuffs and Fancy Line of Cravats and Underwear, ?go to? BUCHANAN & CHAPMAN. ?for? DOUGLASS' CELEBRATED $3.00 SHOE, ?go to? Always on hand a full line of the Douglas Shoe as well as a complete stock of the old relia? ble Z...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 September 1893

) A special commission has been or? dered by tho French Fnrliamont, to study ways and menus for improving tho breeds of sheep. An ngeut of the New Zcidnnd Gov? ernment claims thot colonial butter after its arrival in England in shipped to Brittany, and thenco rcturnod to London ns Brittany butter. The Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph thinks tho poet's line, "Lo, tho poor Indian," needs a revision of the adjec? tive. For "poor" read "rich." Those Indians who havo sold reservotioiiM to tho United States are, as a ?whole, the wealthiest communities in the country. Switzerland is veritably tho land "flowing with milk and honey, and cnttlo upon a thousand hills." (treat attention fa paid toapiarit's; the honey is famed for its aroma and delicacy, though some tourists are disposed to doubt if that which is on every break? fast table is all the product of tho little busy hymonoptcr. In spite of the fact that emigration nfit year was against the Argentine Re? public, and that tlio country was ...

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