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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 September 1893

Woman's Inflnmco in China. / Tho laws ond social customs of China tnake a voman'a lifo n most restricted tone in every way ; and yet, in spito oi Wll disadvantages, in no country is fe? male influence* more powerful. Th< women of China aro tho very backbone lot the Nation, scorning to bo born with fc natural sense of honesty whioh it oonspiouously absent among the men. [While the mendacity of Chinamen ii proverbial, tho women are, as a rule, truthful, and havo great Strength oi character. Thoy make good wives, Btrnggliug bravoly to restrain then husbands fromromshu drinking, opium tmoking and iinmoderato gambling, vices for eomo of which most of then have a propensity. They aro dutiful daughters and devoted mothers. It ts only surprising that there aro nol more good men to bo found amon| thoir sons. A Chinaman's most re deeming quality, however, is tho warn "??ction ond respect he generally feoh fo. mother. Their filial obedienci is indeed remarkable. A mandarii aome fort...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 September 1893

With the only complete vmere every part of the mac! any wonder that Victor Bicycl There's no bicycle like a V complete as the 6ne devoted e of this king of wheels. OVERMAN * PISTON, WASHINGTON, Olinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Hn Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. $1.80 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entored :il the Tazowoll (Vn.) postof flco as second class matter. FRIDAY, SKPt! 215, IS!Iii! LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE. The following correapoudouco ox plains itself: Hojukks, Va. Sopt. I t, 180:t. Mr. Alexander St. Clair, Graham, Va.: Dear Rut:?It affords us ?noch pleasure to notify you of tho fact that you liava boon unanimously cho? sen to bo the standard bearer of tho Democratic party of tho Third Sena? torial District of Virginia. Tho mani festntions of tho convention ami its members woro such aR should satisfy you that your endorsement by it was n most hearty one; and they promise for you a...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 September 1893

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, AND EVKliV THIXO UELONOING IN A Family Grocery Store BUSYOH & SONS, OL. XLVII1. NO. 30 ?FOB? . HOP SACKINGS, fcHlP CORDS, CASHMERES, ^SERfiES^HENRIETTAS, plTt??S, CHAIN SERGES, PLAID WORSTEDS, - TRICOTS, DiAQQNALS, BROADCLOTHS, FANGY SUITINGS, REPPE PLAIDS, CHANG. GLACE SILKS, COL'D VELVETS, JACQUARDS, CRYSTAL SILKS, &C, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOB? MENS', BOYS', YOUTHS' ANS) CN1LBREN8' CLOTHING, ??0 TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOB? TRUNKS, VALISES, SATCHELS AND GRIPS, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOB? STRIPED FLANNELS, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, WRAPS, GQTTGN AMD FLANNEL SKERTS, BLANKETS, &C, ' ?GO TO? BUCHANAN & CHAPMAN. ?FOB? Hats, Caps, Boys' Shifcs, Collars, Cuffs and Fancy Line of Cravats and Underwear, ?GO TO? BUCHANAN fit CHAPMAN. ?POll? DOUGLASS' CELEBRATED S3.00 S!HOE, ?GO TO? Always on hand a full line of the Douglas Shoo as well as a complete stock of the old relia? ble Zei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 September 1893

the cricket. Ob; to bo n cricket, iThafstho thing! To scurry In tho grow And to have ono's nin^l / > Anil It's Ob, to ho n cricket '* , 1 la tbo warm thlalle-thloket, Whero tbo sun-winds pass, I* Winds n-wlug, Anil tho bumble-bees ham; bumming, Hum and swing, And tb.o honoy-;lrop3 nro coming! It's to bo n sunny rover. Thnt can seo n sweet, an 1 pick It With tho sling! Never mind tbo stln.i! And It's Oil, to 1)0 a orlokt!, * In tbo clover! A gny summer-rover In tho warm thistle-thicket, Where Iho honey-drops nre coming, Where tbo bumble-bees bang humming? That's tho thing! ? r. o. d. HobPrlR, in tbo^Co3:nopolitan. , .' ES^iio' arr iur.it. ll ?T ,1" ordinary bur i) V w t>',,r* theory l jj ^? wished to make a iWW.n :?| yfl success <>t his pro IjKgFJ ?'? 'Avffl^. fcssioU, ho needed {?)\ to ?so his brain -*^Sj^bi l/'l rnthcr than hie 3 iniiHolo. It was nil *MKM?SPTm?^^' r'Kht enough, when starling out to eom ? tfs&fiS^^'A i ?dl 11 b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 September 1893

Platter of fori*." If you liavo no picture molding by which pictures can easily bo suspend? ed at any given polut, do not stand with aching muscles until you aro ready to drop from exhaustion trying to drive nails where thoy will not hold, but 1111 the broken plaster with a mixture of plaster of parls, put tho nail or hook through tho center of It, and hold It iu place until tho plaster seta._ Son?rather, 1 nave como to tho conclusion that it would be a good thing for mo to paddlo my own canoo. Father?I am delighted to bear it Son?Well, then, let nu havo money enough to buy a cunoo nnd paddle, so that I'll ho in shapi for the summer cnuoe-iueets.?FuckJ Tlmt Unusually Ureezr Jpiirnnl, Tho l'ittsiiur; LKADEii,furnl*ho 1 inolr ra?l<irs last Thursday with a forr column account ot tho marri iiro of Princess M ly and l'rincu Oeorj o. irlvln ? In detail the royal ceremony, ndesi riptiouottho hrid it tro-.is-o wi, with pen Bkotchrs oT thu passible Kin-: an l t^uceii ot Ellglnnh a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 September 1893

Bo I ou Rid* If you ride wir There is but one be; OVER Kl AM BOSTON, WAOMIWOTOM, Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVEUY FRIDAY. ^ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance) By mail, pontage paid, one year. 81-00 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at thoTniscwoU (Vn.) postof iieo as Becoud class matter. FltlDAY, ? " SliPT. 21), 181W. ' , PUBLIclsPEA~KING.' Hon. R. (J. Kotit, Domocrutio can? didate for Lieutenant Governor, will address the people of Tazowell at the Court liouso on Tuosdav, Oct. 17, 1808, (Court Day). S. J. Thompson, Chnirmnn. T. A. Lynch, Secretary. GOOD APPOINTMENTS? BOTH. Tho transfer of tho appointment of Editor Harry Smytho, of tbo Graham Headlight, from a Chinese Oousul ahip to ibo Haitian Miniatership, was made purely ill recognition by Secre? tary Greshtun of Mr. Smylho's spe? cial tituchs for service abroad. Tho Secretary recognized this Virginia] oditor, soon after ho met and talked with him, a man particularly ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 October 1893

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, amd everything belonging in a Family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS. ?fob? HOP SACKINGS, WHIP CORDS, CASHMERES, SERGES^HENRIETTAS, SUITINGS, CHAIN SERGES, PLAID WORSTEDS, TKIG0T8, DIAGONALS, BROADGLOTHS. FANCY SUITINGS, REPPE PLAIDS, CHANG. GLACE SILKS, COL'D VELVETS, JACQUARDS, CRYSTAL SILKS, &C, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOB? MENS', SOYS', YOUTHS' AND CHILBRENS' CLOTHING, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOB? TRUNKS, VALISES, SATCHELS AND GRIPS, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOR? STRIFES FLANNELS, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, WRAPS, COTTON AND FLANNEL SKIRTS, BLANXETS,V&C? ?go to? BUOHAKAN 6t CHAPMAN. ?FOB? Hats, Caps, Boys' Shirts, Collars, Cuffs and Fancy Line of Cravats and Underwear, ?GO TO? BUChANAM & CHAPMAN. ?FOB? 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 Zeigler Shoes. They beat the world ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 October 1893

?wa1tino. 1A? thoeo who, on somo lonely mountain height, Watching through ull tho weary hours ot night, Await the pain roso or tho morning light, I wait for theo. As one who, waking on a bod of pain, 'And, helpless In his agony, Is fain To wait thoswoot return of sloop again, I wait for thee. As ho who, In somo vast enthodrnl, dim With shallows, sllont waits, on bended limb, Tho musio of tho Eucharistie hymn, I wait for theo. A3 deaf men cravo for song, an! blind for sight, As weary sons of toll long for tho nl-jlit. And as tho fettered spirit longs for flight, . I long for theo. ?Arthur T. Froggntt, In the Spectator. Stealing a Policeman. by B. BAiiiso-aorrLD. UTTjAND is the I smallest county in England; it is hut eighteen in i 1 c h | long, anil its ex? treme breadth is | fifteen. The con? sequence of this I contrnctoil area is | that whatever hap? pens in one corner | of the county is noised over every part of it, and that the affairs of every pcrsou in tho county are intimately ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 October 1893

Will tho Widow Capture Hltn. I Mis? Madison Squaro?I hoard Mrs, fisher say she wouldn't mind marry? ing that young man of yours. Miss Eharpglrl? I'll never ?Ivo her the ?ehanco. Tho man a widow would y .marry is pretty sure to make a ?oj? husband?Texas Sittings. HoodVtf* Cures I cordlal'y recornincd Hood's Barenpnrllla to all sufferlnti with Indigestion) Impure bb>od. Uumoi-s, luMof npp.-tii,-, run down, or out or order Rencnilfy. It will nurclu hcl$t uon it there is any l:clp r?r you. I bftve found ff it a very irnnt biuetit for mnlariu, olitlla and lover, rheumatism, kidney complaint und ca? tarrh, ?roii irftrii i consltlrrvilmwf.lt incut-able." Hk.niiy s. Fosrsn, Bcartor ou?h. N. Y. N. ?:-Be sure to Ket Hood's, PCL EAR: !SKIN,. COB.ES ;G.O.NSTdPATION ?^?c- indige ST.ion, o.iz..z" wjp SsV- V '? ? ? S f? U p fl oft 5*0 n' T M E'^.'SK IM- ' a An ngrc&itilq TAxntivo anflNEHVE Tokio. ??JjrJ)nigBt? or sunt by mall. 2?o.,6Qft ftnd 51.00 per package. Snmploa free. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 October 1893

Riders of Victor Pneum; to be used in case of accident, tured inner tube through : effected in five minutes by re If you are going to ride i OVERMAN Boston, Washington, - Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. 81..1 .By mail, postage paid, six muntha, .7 Advertising ratcB furnished on nppl cation. Entered at the Tazewell (Va.) poHtoi tlco as second class matter. F1UDAY, '-" - " OCT.'?, MK Hon. Charles T. O'Fcrrnl) Democratic candidate for Gov ernor, will address the voterH o" Tazewell at the Court House Tuesday, Octolwr 24th. We have this intteli politiea arm pa thy with our friends, th<| eneniy, that wc will not elnim Hull th" recent convention was a repre sc illative body. liefere unbiased judges a 1'ti Inski grade animal is soon scpn rated troni among thorough bred entries. Its rough, undeveloped points would not make it. desirahe as a representat ive of the herd. The doctrine, that all is fair ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 October 1893

\ FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, AND EVERYTHING BrXONQINQ IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. j? - ?FOR? NOP SACKINGS, . WHIP CORDS, CASHMERES, k SERGES,"HENR1ETTAS, SUITINGS, CHAIN SERGES, PLAID WORSTEDS, TRICOTS, DIAGONALS, BROADCLOTHS, FANCY SUITINGS, REPPE PLAIDS, CH ANG. GLACE SILKS, COL'D VELVETS, JACQUARDS, CRYSTAL SILKS, &C, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOB? MENS', BOYS', YOUTHS' AND CHILDRENS' CLOTHING, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOB? TRUNKS, VALISES, SATCHELS AND GRIPS, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOH? STRIPED FLANNELS, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, WRAPS, JCQTT?N AND FLANNEL SKIRTS, BLANKETS, &C, ? GO TO? BUCHANAN & CHAPMAN. ?FOB? Hats, Caps, Boys' Shirts, Collars, CufTs and Fancy Line of Cravats and Underwear, ?GO TO? BUCHANAN & CHAPMAN. ?FOB? 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 Zeigler Sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 October 1893

THE RAIN THAT COMES OVER j THE HILL, The rnln that comes orer the hill?the rain! Tho musical, mystical rain, Dorno on from the stretoh of tho temperate skles <Tho eklcs that are gray nn are my lovo'e oyce, Oh tho rain! With tho smoll of young wheat from tho upland plain? The rnln that comes over tho hllL Tho rain that comes over tho hill?tho rnln! Tho mighty and merciless rain, That drenohes tho green, shaking woodland, and sweops Like an avalanche over tho dim, tossing etoeps. Oh the rain I That falls with n roar on the vnlo's grassy floor? Tho rnln that comes over tho hill. Tho rain thnt comes ovor tho hill?tho rain ! The gleeful and glittering rnln, That plays hldo-and-scok with tho sun and tho Bhnde, in showere of Jewols thnt sparkle and fade. Oh tho rain' That veils tho dcop meadow and loughs In tho glndo Tho rnfn that comes over tho hill. Tho rain that comes over tho hill?tho rain ! Tho gracious and plentiful rnln, Refreshing tho sun-fovercd spaces accurst When tho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 October 1893

Mil a shoes For Hofset. Mad shoes for horses are common in feer tain parts of Washington State, be? ing used on horeoa in plowing the low nnd wet lands of the valley north of Bumner nearly every spring. The 'mud ohoo consists of a heavy board ?bout eight inches wide and from eight to ten inches long, rounding in front. On this board a redhot shoe of the size worn on the horse's foot for which it is intended is placed un? til it burns into it to a depth almost . sufficient to b?ry itself. It is neces? sary that tho shoo have a long too and long corks. A piooo of oircular band iron to fit over tho top part of the hoof is then attached to tho board and over the hoof to hold the mud shoe solidly to tho foot. Ono end of the band is fastened to tho board with a screw, which when tightened holds the bonrd as squarely to tho bottom of the hoof as if it had grown there. The horses become accustomed to weariug them, and after a day or two experi? ence no difficulty in working in them. By this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 October 1893

Victor Bicycles are first i lead the world of cycledom. OVERMAN < Boston, Washington, Clinch Valley News. PUOLlSnED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRLPTION: Un Advance.) By mail, postage; paid, otic year. 81.GO By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at Hie Ta/.ewell (Vs.) poatof fice as second class matter. Fltli)AY~ ~ - ""oc.T. i:i, l.s?.).i". Gen. t. Jj. llosser, having failed to find favor with tho Democratic party, the parly of tho people, has joined tho Populist party,tho party of Peffcr. An investigation as to how the Populists of Virginia came by the money to buy tho editorial support of a number of Republican papers, shows that it was furnished by an association of silver mine owners, wlK) are and always have, been the yellowest of gold hugs. The bill of Congressman Hurry Tucker, of Va., was adopted by Ihn caucus as the one to pass for the entire statutes relating to Federal I supervision of olcct.'ons. The lull fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 October 1893

FLOUR. SALT, GROCERIES, amd evehythino belonging in A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. ,_ VOL. XLVIII. NO. 42 ?FOE? HOP SACKINGS, WHIP CORDS, CASHMERES, 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. ?FOB? MENS', BOYS', YOUTHS' AND CHILDRENS' CLOTHING, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOB? TRUNKS, VALISES, SATCHELS AND GRIPS, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOB? STRIPED FLANNELS, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, WRAPS, COTTON AND FLANNEL SKIRTS, BLANKETS, &C, ? GO TO? BUCHANAN & CHAPMAN. ?FOB? Hats, Caps, Boys' Shirts, Collars, Cuffs and Fancy Line of Cravats and Underwear, ?GO TO? BUCHANAN & CHAPM4N. ?FOB? DOUGLASS' CELE B ATED $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? bl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 October 1893

Y CURIOUS CATTLE. oomestic animals of odd se? lection. Sncrefl Hulls of the Tlrnlininns?Coach Cattle nu?l Horned Ponies?Tar? tars Milk Their Mares?Rid? ing Tamo Ostrlclics. ONPLAND, the traveler, in com? menting upon tho curiousiutluencc of habit, mentions t ho fact that tho Span? ish-American crc olos consider broad b r i in m e d hats wholly indispens? able for tho pursuits of outdoor life in tho tropics, whilo in a still warmer climate tho Arabs dispense with hats altogether nnd have for ages contrived to make their t urban* compatible with longevity nnd pretty keen eyesight. But such freaks of fashion nro not limited to the choice of wearing nppurol, writes Professor Oswald in the San Francisco Chronicle. The Esquimaux at tho Chicago Fair nre n taciturn set of bipeds, but when urged to state their impression of Caucasian civiliza? tion they confessed that tlioy consid? ered tho uko of such unprofitable animals as horses rather inconsistent with the Yankee claim to superior in? t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 October 1893

1t?? Krnsci- Axle Ureas?. Is now recognized as tbe standard axle crease of the V. 8.; Is >old In every State and county In tbe Union, and is to-duy uilfismt urlral. Im? itations have been made, all claiming to bo a* rood as tbe Kramer, thus virtually admitting Its superiority. Every genuine lHieknge bcon Jho trade mark. Dealers an 1 consumers can Ahus distinguish tho rciiuI.io from the Imita? tion, and protect themselves against fraud. A veteran of 02 years at Albany, N, Y., ? clearing a farm. We Core Kupture. No matter of how long standing. ? Writ* ?or free treatise, testimonials, etc., to S. J. Hollenaworth & Co., Owcso, Tlogs, Co., N. Y. Price $1; by mall, tl.15._ Carp and eel don't move ao much n*. a fin ill winter. _ r- students. Teachers (male or fomale), Clergy men and others lu ni ed of chance of employ ment, should not fail to write to ll. F. Johnson <fc Co., Richmond, Va. 'I holr great sutcesi shows that they have not the truo Ideas about ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 October 1893

With the only complete where every part of the macl any wonder that Victor Bicycl There's no bicycle like a \ complete as the one devoted c of this king of wheels. OVERMAN 1 BOBTON, WA8HINQTON, Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: tin Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ono year. 81.<r?0 I By mail, postage paid, six inontliB, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tnzowell (Va.) postof flce ns second class matter. FBI!i)'AY, - - OCT. uo, lsikl With her ?lebt settled, satisfac? torily to the bondholders, her in? come sufilciont to meet all obliga? tions, her credit restored at homo nnd abroad, Virginia is on tho sure road to greatly increased prosper? ity, shell as she has never known since ante-bellum days. It would be a short sighted policy to have the country at large suspect that she, had any tendency toward pop? ulist ideas that came so near wreck? ing every business interest of piti? ful Kansas. That the doctrines ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 October 1893

FLOUR, SALT, ?ROCEftlES, and everything belonging in a Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. VOL. XLVIII. NO. 43 ?FOR? HOP SACKINGS, WHIP CORDS, CASHMERES, SERGES, HENRIETTAS, SUITINGS, CHAIN SERGES, PLAID WORSTEDS,* TRICOTS, DIAGONALS, BROADCLOTHS, FANCY SUITINGS, REPPE PLAIDS, CHANG. GLACE SILKS, GOL'D VELVETS, JACQUARDS, GRYSTAL SILKS, AC, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOB.? MENS', BOYS', YOUTHS' AND CHILDRENS' CLOTHING, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOB? TRUNKS, VALISES, SATCHELS AND GRIPS, ?GO TO? Buchanan & Chapman. ?FOB? STRIPED FLANNELS, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, WRAPS, COTTON AND FLANNEL SKIRTS, BLANKETS, &C, ?GO TO? BUCHANAN & CHAPMAN. ?FOB? Hats, Caps, Boys' Shirts, Collars, Cuffs and Fancy Line of Cravats and Underwear, ?GO TO? BUCHANAN & CHAPMAN. ?FOB DOUGLASS' CELEBRATED $3-00 SHOE, ?GO TO ? &vcBaiw# & Always on hand a full line of the Douglas Shoe as well as a complete stock ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 October 1893

WOODED ISLAND. *thk onl.y quikt spot on tiik j wokmvs kaiit <;hoi;m>s. A Drorun of Old .Jnpnn-The Typl cul Homo of the Hunter uinl Haunt of the Pelican. >HE golden crown of the Admiuistru tion Building had just caught the shimmering rays of the morning sun, which was not yet rIiovc the horizon. There wns n fnint hoo-hoo! hoo-hoo I nway to the north. Then nil wns quiet. ' Thn Round cumn from n little owl which hnd built bin nest in a 80 chulcd spot on the wooded inland. It wnn hin lnst hoot for the night, nnd as be nestled into bin snug retrent a sleepy guard went over the bridgo leading from the south. He hnd oftt'ii beard the owl during his louely wnlks at night, but could nover sec him, and so this morning ho again looked for the only disturber of the wooded island, but. with no better success. He cast sleepy blinks at the trees and then crossed over tho bridge THE TVPICAIi HU lending to the west, and to hiB own re-, treat,and cot for tho ;!ay. '.n...

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