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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 December 1893

ttowaro of Ointments for Catarru That C'onlnta Mercury, as morcury will surely destroy tho sonso of (mail amicompletely derail gotnowholosystem ?vvheij entering It through tho mucous surfaces. TSuch articles should nover bo used except on nrcicrlptlotis Irdm reputublo physicians, as tho damage they will do Is ten fold to tho good you jean poisibly derive from them. Ilnll'u Cutarrb, "uro manufactured, by P. J. Cheney <fc Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and Is taken. Internally, net In? directly upon tue blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cur? bo mire to get the genuine. it is taken Internally, and Is made in Toledo, Ohio, by P. J. Cheney A Co. To-timnnialatree* tVSoId. by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle. At tho present day. about 00 per cent of nil versels built are of steel. The Trim l.nxntlvo Principle Of the plants used in manufacturing the pleas? ant remedy, Syrup of Figs, has a iierruanently bcneflclul effeet on the human system, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 December 1893

Riders of Victor Pneuma to be used in case of accident, tured inner tube through a effected in five minutes by rej If you are going to ride \ BOSTON, OVERMAN 1 WAGMINQTON, -CLINCH VALLEY ^\>V COM M A N D K! t Y NO. 20. /\ KNIM1 ITS TBM PLAR, Meets 1st ami 3d Friday in eaoll month at 7 p. m. James O'Keeffk. Eminent Com. W. G. Youxa. Recorder. O'.Coeffo "Soya I Arch Chapter No. 2d. IfT^lpfct. 1st and 3d Mondays in each month. j.1 miss O'Kef.ffe, H. P. J. R. QtiNiiY, Secy. Tazowoil Lodere, Vcttf ti o. G2, A. F. & A. WS. ^V* \ Meets the 2d ami 4lh Mondays in each mouth. W. O. Youncj, VV. M. Jamks. O'Keiiffe, Sec. DIAMOND No. 4. pOK tho uso or lightweight rltlcrs who ' court tho ilUUnotlon of "flyers." It 1? n short frnutp, Tory light nml swift I WEIGHS 35 POUNDS, COMPLETE, Reduocd for racing to so. Out spoolOoo tlous bofora baying, from ! Gormully & Jeffery Mfg. Co., 132514th St., H.W. Washington, D.G. 5 r5LIHDRF.DSy\HUNDREDS & BY USING I S...

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

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, AND EYBKYT1UN0 BELONOINQ IN A Family Grocery Store 8UST?N& SOBS. VOL. XLVIII. NO. 49 M. Hammcdr, a wc?-.known business man ot Hilliboro, Va,. sends Oils testimony to the merits of Ayer's Hftrsapmilla: "Several years ago, I iiurt my lug, the Injury leaving asoro whichled to erysipelas, ny sufferings tvero extrem?, my leg. frmn tuo knee to tho ankle, being a snlid sum, -which began to ex? tend to other parts of the body. After trying various remedies, I began taking Ayer's harsaparllla, and. before 1 had Anlthml tho firot bottle, I experienced great relief; tho second twttJO effected n complete care.'' Ayer's Sarsaparilla Prepsnd by Dr. J.O. Ayer ft Oo., Lowall, Mam. Cures others.wJJI cure you SPECIAL NOTIGE 11 Our Mr, A. J. Rankin will be in Tazewell on December 18th und 19th, at the store of Dr. A. F. Hargrave, with au elegant line of Holiday goods. Dia? monds, Watches, Breast Pins, Cuff Buttons, Rings, Solid Sil? ver and Plated Ware, Thimbles, an...

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

tico, has solved the Soap i8 legal ton & there. Japan has three native fire insur? ance companies, well conducted, it is said, the largest of which hoa 12,000 policies in force. The world's coal field will last 1000 years. That gives us time enough to discover or invent a now fuel, com? ments the Atlanta Constitution. Tho most nccurate available sources ot information discloso that 920,000, 000 Rnllons of distilled spirits were consumed in the United States last yenr, and that thcro was paid for in? toxicating driuks in this country dur? ing the same period SI,G00,000,000. Lepers arc becoming so numerous in Louisiana, declares tho Atlanta Con? stitution, that the pcoplo of that Stato want tho Federal Government to set apart an island for them and under? take their care. Unless this is done, the terrible scourgo will spread to intensely; heated nir. lu the report in which" tho ? discovery is announced it is stated that "the brenlh of the blister? ing wind" has sttftlcicut...

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

How u ie Ul?<t. ! A country town In oho of our Mid? dle Stairs, Id which is a sectarian college, was startled by the suicide o( ftuo of the college student*. He had %ecomo a ooullrrued drunkard; and onfceblod in mind and body; conscious that his career In collego was over, afraid to go borne, in despair ho souubt death, Ills brother was sent for to tako the dead bor borne- Ho found the President or tho college, and said to him: "My mother threo years or more " ago sent you her youngest son, her Benjamin. lie was a healthy, honor ablo boy, who, when he left home, had nover touched a drop of liquor. "There is nothing to carry back to her but this poor diseased body. Who has done this? Who is gulty?" Tho vonerablc presidont was deeply moved. "Not I," ho said. "The faculty wcrointorcstcd in him. When he began to co astray they remon? strated with him. I pleaded with him. Every Influence that we could exert was brought to bear. But ho wont down us If drawn by sumo invisible ha...

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

^Why Not Ri< Victor Bicycles are first ii lead the world of cycledom. OVERMAN 1 Sobton, Washington, Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (.In Advance.) tail, postage paid, one year. $1.00 I ?1, postage paid, nix months, .75 fSdvertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazowell (Va.) poatof fice a? tjecond class matter. FRIDAY, - DEO. 15, 18?:>. Although Mr. Martin may be u| machine made Senator, bo was pre? viously a well made man and will reflect credit upon tbo State. A bill has been introduced in tbo Virginia Senate making night I per rout ? legal rate of interest where specified in a contract. The Puhiski News thinks tIii?] ought to he good: Ten enlerpris ing farmers of I'loyd county, Va.j have organized the, "Corn Club" with the object of testing the ?? mount of corn that an acre of Floytl j land will produce. The member producing the largest yield from , an acre in 1804 will receive $10. in i gold, atttl at t...

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

FLCim, SALT, GROCERIES, and evkbytd1n0 belonging in a Family Grocery Store BUS TON & SONS. VOL. XLVIll.NO. 50 Saved Her Life. Mm. C. J. Wooi.r>mnoK, of Worthnm, Texas, saved tho lifo ot her child by tho use of Ayor's Chorry Pectoral. "One of my children hurt Croup. Tlio enso was attended hv our phy.slolnn. and was supposed to lie well under control. Ono night I was startled hy the child's hard hrcathitig, and on going to it found it straft. clltiR. It had nearly ceased to breathe. ReallUng that the child's alarinlnt; condition bad bocoine possible In spile of the medicines plven, I reasoned that such remedies would lie of no avail. Having part of a bottle of Ayor's Cherry Pectoral In the house, I gave tho child three doses, at short Intervals, and noxiously waited results. From tho moment tho Pcctornl was given, the child's breathing crew easier, and, hi a short tltno, she was sleeping'quietly and breathing naturally. The child is alive and well to-day, and I ...

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

Juarner Campania Is now Queen of the C's irre ore more than a thousand Ifferent things made from petro? leum, Including angels. A oini. Is not angry with her lover every time she closes the door behind him with a dor.cn bangs. New Zonlnnd enjoys a modified form of the singlo tax system. It is estimated that there nro nenrly 1,000,000 ocros of unocoupied Govern? ment lauds in Kansns still open for settlement. According to tho Recorder, nenrly n dozen churches^iu tho Greater New York have been converted into thea? ters. This does not mean decadence, but growth. Churches muvo "up? town." _ Moro than $300,000,000 hns been spent by tho French Government sineo tho beginning of the present century I in oulargityjjjg^^ggja-jiug tho canals ] iwo-thirds of Iio?u spent by the tint Ijfimw"". Tntry has just been secured by Louisiana planters. The quality also is snid to bo excellent. Rice is very low in prico and tho planters will got loss money for this crop than they often have for erops much ...

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

\-itu Oystir U&rticn or t. r jtienori." The gre.it oyster garden at Aio.t phou, Franc--), is a baslu on the Bay fl Biscay, conn cted with the At? lantic only by a very narrow opening, ind is sixty-eight miles in clrounifcr? Imco and protected from winds by the pine-clad heights that surround it rho waters are. s>lt enough,, and yet not Uo strong, the bottom is of tha iravclly sand favorable to oystcr brocding, and the rise and Tall of tho t des arc such that the baslu is com? pletely coverel at high tldo and the TJedB are largely uncovered at low water. The oyster has always been an inhabitant of this spot. Tho stock bad becomo nearly exhausted forty years ago, but has been recruited by Individual enterprise under the en? couragement of the government. There are now twelve thousand five hundred acres of oyster beds in the basin. Several thousand men and women are employed to attend them, and tho average annual sale of oysters by the principal flrm is over two ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 December 1893

With the only complete bicycle plant in the world, trhere every part of the machine is made from A to Z, is it any wonder that Victor Bicycles are acknowledged leaders? There's no bicycle like a Victor, and no plant so grandly complete as the one devoted exclusively to the manufacture of this king of wheels. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. BOSTON, WA6HINQTON, DENVER, SAN FRANCISCO. Twice-a ONE HUNDRED AND FOUR PAPERS A YEAR, OR LOSS THAN ONE CENT PER COPY. The popularity of the Gmetlc cstcnilH from Ori on to Oturn From every part of lUo Cilolic tlie novit lu trivet d?1c win &? *rom every iinri of tue tiloln- tlie newri Ik Rive L liable nlmpc. Twelve to Sixteen Pnircn a Wei ffli J>? prlhred lor Ul.OO u Year. Aildrcrin 1ME8CI? W^?ITE Ott. OIN?IKTNATJ. Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year, 81.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 I Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tuzewo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 January 1894

AND EVERYTHING BELONGING IN A Family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS. VOL. XLIX. NO. 1 Only the Scars Remain. "Among the many testimonials which I seein regard to certain medicines performing cures, cleansing the blood, etc.," writes HENRY HUDSON, of the James Smith Woolen Machinery Co., Philadelphia, Pa., "none impress me more than my own case. Twenty years ago, at the age ofl\ 18 years, I had swellings come on my legs, which broke and became running sores. Our family physician could do me no good, and It was feared that the bones would bo affected. At last, my good old mother urged me to try Ayor's Sarsaparilla. I took three bottles, the sores healed, and I have not been troubled since. Only the scars remain, and the memory of the past, to remind me of the good Ayer's Sarsaparilla has done me. I now weigh two hundred and twenty pounds, and am in the best of health. I have been on the road for the past twelve years, have noticed Ayor's Sarsaparllla advertlsed in all parts ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 January 1894

ported from norom Hi Dinoto seotions of this Thousands nod thousands of were annually paid for malm keep 111> t-lio ever varying tyees ? the standards of other regions-:" By slow degrees if/ was learned that ua ttiro ami natural Jans ciimbattoil skill and imported standards, and then it was discovorod that individual farina shoulil Lava individual typos. This was an odvnnee. (J A^^Sry ini])ortant point hat heon Jfljtiod by Doctor Armstrong, an Eng? lish medical officer. In discussing tho best means of raising tho average health rato, he lays groat emphasis on tho part played by tramps in the spread of infection. He sums up the results of queries sent to hi in by the medical ofticers of health of 11(5 extra metropolitan urban districts with re? gard to the lato rapid spread of small? pox throughout England, and con? cludes that the mischief and clangor arising from the want of any control over tho vagrant class arc great, and demand, in the interests of the com? munity, se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 January 1894

1 onjt Neils. The Chinese have many peculiar fashions and fancies which arc re? markable, ana ono of the most curious <vJkih8 Industry with which they cultl their Auger-nails. They esteem food proof of a man's being a em an; or, at least, ono who is (it obliged to havo recourse to looual labor to procure his subsist [ce, ii ho have long nails. They aetlmea allow them to acquire tho ?raardlnary length of eight or nlno [hes. In order to preserve them extornal injury, each of the ?s is enclosed In a Joint of hollow boo, so that the hand which is with those strange oruaulonts .derod nearly useless. yr city has tho largest float Ration?" inquired the teacher, tanswered the bright little P.o foot of tho class.?Chicago) Llbby Prison In.1805. J'T have been a sufferer from chronio Diarrhoen eve- since I came out of Llbby f'rison in 1805 nml at times it was very se? vere anil my last attack of it lasted me over ?ix-wcelCS durina; wliicti timo I tried all tho tcraodies I had previou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 January 1894

qriartorct whore he was mot hy UiPlTTihtary af? ter I hoy hail formed on Broad street nuil aft or a short mareh through the principal streets were escorted'to the capitol. Both bodies of the osuem b!y bad convened at 11:30 o'clock und tho regular committees were up poiated to escort the governor and lieulnunut. governor elect to the dole gates' hall, where the Senate finally nsseiubh d. Colonel O'Kerrnll, accompanied by lion. P, W. MoKinnoy, the retiring governor, came in together at 12 o'clock and after a few minutes delay were conducted to the south portico, where after an eloquent and patriotic prayer by Knv. Dr. H?ge, the oath of office was administered to Governor O'lfarrall and Lieutenant Governor Kent by .Judge L. L. Lewis. The chief executive then stepped to the front and delivered his inaugural ad? dress. Jd iriid ho took this occa? sion to express his appreciation nl the manifestation of the confidence und esteem placed in him by the peo pie and that be iwsuniod the grave ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 January 1894

Flour, salt, groceries, and everything. belonging in a Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. VOL. XL1X. NO. 2 Mrs. C. J. 'Wooi.diudqk, of Wbrtlinm, Tcxns, saved the lifo of her clilld by tho uso of Ayor's Cherry I'octoral. "Olio of my children had Croup. Tho ense was Attended by our physician, and was supposed to be well under control. Olio night I was startled hy tho child's hard breathing, und on going, to it found it strati* cling. It had nearly ceased to breathe. Keallzhlg that the chilli's alarming condition had become possible in spile of the medicines clvon, I reasoned that sucli remedies would lie of no avail. ? Having part of a bottlo of Ayor's Clierry Pectoral In the house, I gave tho child three doses, at short Intervals, and anxiously waited results. From tho moment the 1'ectoral was given, the child's breathing crew easier, and, In a short time, sho was sleeping quietly and breathing naturally. The child 13 alive and well to-day, and I do Prepared by Dr. J. O....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 January 1894

Church pnstorntcc nro still sold lo tho highest bidders iu eorue parts of England. According to tho iusuranco tables expectation of life at ten yonrs of age is groatest in Englnnd, 49.2. It is estimated that tho chinch bug, Hessinn fly, army worm and cotton ?worm hove cost tho United States more than tho Civil War. Tho Trustees of Tufts College, in Massachusetts, have decided to estab? lish a medicnl school in Boston. Tb? school will admit students of both sexes._ There is said t:> be no successful remedy for dandruff, though experi? ments hnvo been made fur twenty years to find one. The best palliative there is is simply good plain soap and warm water. In Germany, when the vote of the jury stands six against six, the prisoner is acquitted. A veto ofsevon against five leaves the decision to the court, and in a vote of eight against four the prisoner is convicted. The Now York Press feels it is rather discouraging lo be told by Mrs. Emma F.wing, who is an authority, Unit w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 January 1894

Catarrh Cnunot lie Cured tVlth local applications, as tlioy Cannot reach. iho seat of tho disease. Catarrh Is a blood or jonstltutionul dlWa e, ami hi order to cur? * you muHt tako Internal remedies. Hull's Satarrh Cure Is taken internally, and acts di? rectly on tho blood anil mucous surface Hnll's Catarrh Cure, Is not a quack medicine. It was proscribed by one of ttif best physicians In this jountry for years, and Is ? regular prescription, ttiscomposo 1 of tho bast tonic s known, com olned with tho best blood purifiers, actingdi? rectly on tho mucous uurfnevs. Tho perfect combination of tho two imrredlonta la what produces such wonderful resulU In curing ca? tarrh. Send for testimonials free. F. J. Ciiknet & Co., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, prlvoTSc Tho Chinese lore Calm) from Chine Suropo nbaut l7rf'J. tn phicn 'rimes people overlooked I lie Importunco of perms ten tly beileflclal effect, and werv> satisfied vith transient action, but now that it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 January 1894

PI in eh Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (.In Advance) By mail, postage paid, ono year. $1.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Eutored at tho Tazowoll (Va.) postof flco as second class inattor. FRIDAY, - - -JAN. 12, LMM. WISE AND MASSEY. Old man Massoy, nftor his bout j witb Sam Jones, pays his respects to John S. Wise. Mr. Wise, .still pos? ing as a martyr, is interviewed by tho New Yoik Commercial Adver? tiser as follows: ?'What about that Virginia Sena lorobip?how was it Kitzhugb Lee was dufoatod, and who is Martin who! beat hiiu *" "Really,' said John S. Wise, "1 don't know much about Virginia now. I am out of politics and practicing law, but it looks like anothor caso ol I Actieou euteu by bis own dogs. Kite whs tho coming man when 1 was in politics and 1 wua tho going man. Now Martiu is tho coming mau anil I Fitz ia the going mac. 1 hope Kit/.I will not lind it as loueuomo as 1 did." ''Thou your sy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 19 January 1894

FLOUR, SALT, 6B?CS&IES, AMD EVEBYTHINQ BELONGING IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTQN & SONS. VOL. XL1X. NO.- 3 M. Hammerly, a well-known business man of Hlllsboro, Va., sends this testimony to the merits ot Ayor's Saisaparilla: "Several years ago, I hurt my leg, the injury leaving a sore which led to erysipelas. My sufferings were) extreme, my leg, ironi llio fcneo to the anklo, being a solid sore, wlilcli began to ex? tend toother parts of the body. After trying various remedies, I began taking Aycr'a Barsaparllla, and. beforo I had finished the first bottlo, I experienced great relief: tlio second bottle effected a complete core.'' Ayer's Sarsaparille Prepared by Dr. 3.0. Ayvr A Oo., UowaS, Haas. Cures others.wlll outre you XCLINCH VALLEY COMMANDKRY NO. 20. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, I Meets 1st and Sil Friday iu each mouth iU7p. ni. Jami'.s O'Kekffe. Eminent Com. W. Q. Young, Recorder. O'Keeffe-Royal Arch Chapter No. 26. Meets third Monday oach month. James O'Kicf.ffe,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 19 January 1894

Unole 3am furuiBhe o forty-one per vent, of the world's silver. .sLbrd Mayors of London have col? lected daring the past twenty years a little over 850,000,000 for charitable purposes. Directors of physical culture say that heavy dumbbells do more harm than good, as they strain the heart and lungs as well as tho muscles they aro to supposed to benefit. Mr. Street and Miss Lane were mar? ried in Charleston, S. 0., recently. Whereupon tho Hartford .Journal facetiously observes: "It was an ex -peditious way of changing a lane into i utreet." Thero is an indication of the extent to which shorthand prevails" in this country in tho statistical report that daring the year ending Juno HOtli, 1890, 07,375 persons received instruc? tions in stenography in the various Bchools of tho United States. . Tho "goober" industry of Norfolk is unique. Here in a little city in Vir? ginia that has hecorao the greatest dis? tributing center of peanuts in tho world. A peanut is a pretty small item, but an ...

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