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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 February 1894

DM.ruSM Cnnuot ks Cnred by local application*, o.i thay cannot reach tha diseased portion of tho ear. Thoro Is only- oue way to cur? Deafness, and that Is by constitu? tional remedies. I learner* Is cnuud by an In? flamed condition of tho mucoot. lining of !><? ?Eustachlan 'lube. 'When this tub* get* iu flaraed yon have a rumbling son a t or imper? fect bearing, and when It Is entirely closed Deaf ness Is the result, and unless tho Inflam? mation can bs taken out and this tube ro atored to Us normal condition, hearing will be deatroyod forever; nine cases out ten aro caused by catarrh, which Ib nothing but an lu flamrd condition of the mucous surfaces. Wo will give One Sundro-l Dollars for any case of Deaf ness (caused by catarrh) that oaa not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bond for circulars, free. _f J: F. J- CncNEY A Co., Toltxto, <X WTioId by Druggists, 75c. Tho first magazine for the blind was! printed by Rev. \V. Taylor ii London in '.855._ W...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 February 1894

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED KVKRY FRIDAY. TERMS or SUI?<-RIvr 10N: IIa Advance) By mail, postage paid, one year. SI.00 By mail; postage paid, six moutlis, .7"? Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tnsewell (Va.) postof fice as Beooud class matter. rUli)AY, T ? l-'KH. 'Si, ISD-I. ELECTRICITY IN 1900. Printixo, Lioii riNo. Heating, (Jookixo am> Other New Devices New York, I'eb. 17.?An electric inaebim-, called tho -\Essiek Kleclnc Payr Pi iiitt/r,'' will be pul in opera lion tliii) \\e?k in various Wall streol offices which, it is claimed, will sonn bo indispensable to all newspapers or i ?.tor institutions or peisuns dish? ing n quick transit of news. It is a modi lien tion of tho old tape printing '?ticker,'' wbieli the general public 1ms bo long Been in use in hotels, banks anil brokers' ofliveH to record stock transactions and bucIi oilier news n-> is generally bullelimd in Hint way. The "page pi in lei" uses pretty inucli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 2 March 1894

{FiOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, AND EVERYTHING BELONGING IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. VOL. IM. NO. 9 for lliese imitations and Substi? tutes, lliey are poor stuff at f.12 best and increase your misery. Take Simmons Liver Regulator only. You will Know it by the large red Z on the face of every package and by the relief it gives when taken for Dyspepsia, Indi? gestion, Constipation, Biliousness and Sick Headache. TAKE SIMMONS n i LIVER REGULATOR U I J. H. Zeilin & Co., Philad'a, Pa. XCLINCH VALLEY COMMANDERY NO. 20. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, Meets first Monday in each month. James O'Kbbffe, Eminent Com. W. G. Young. Recorder. O'Kceffe Royal Arch Chapter No. 26. MeetB third Mouday in CtlCh LUQDth. James U*Kee1'I'V; H. P. J. R. HBHRY, Secy. " ? Tazewell l.oclj^o, Vgy No. 62, A. F. & A. M. /\r \Meets the 2d and 4th Mondays in each mouth. W. G. Youno, W. M. j ami's. O'Keefke, Sco. wonnoriul Improvement In Friction Fectlattnd .<;iu-:in<...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 2 March 1894

In tho last twonty-fivo yenrs $11, ? 000,000 havo boon given in this coun? try to women's colleges alone. Tho Austrian authorities have is? sued a rescript in which thoy cnll at? tention to tho law that physician's prescriptions shall bo written iu a logiblo hand. Wnlter -Besant, tho English novelist, nays thnt never before, in any age, it any country, bus there been so won? derful on arrangement of lovely build ings nsnt Chicago iu tho present ycai of grace._ In 1833'one of George Stephcnsoii'i: engines smashed a farmer's wagon and 0G0 eggs. "Dear nie I" snid n director, "this won't do. Can't you mnku vom steam ninko a poise?" BoStephonson rigged np the first steam whistle. Tho flour mills of Minnesota r.re running agnin mid most of them, tin nonnees the St. Ijouis Ropnblio, are being operated to their full capacity. "The Northwest as well as the South? west," adds the Republic, "has re? covered from the financial scare." A romnrknblo oporotion h:ts been recently reported front Hul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 2 March 1894

Tho Bit-da or Patagonia.' If tho birds of tills region do not oxcol those of other "lands In sweet? ness, compass, and variety, (ana xatn 'not sure that they do not) for con 'stanoy in singing they Indubitably I |carry oil the palm. In the spring land early summer their notes are in 'cessano; and tho choir is then led by .that Incomparable melodist,the white {handed mocking bird, a summer vis? itor. Even In tho coldest months of winter, Juno aud Juiy, when tho sun shines, tho hoarso crooning the spotted columba, resembling that of tbo wood pigeon of Europe, and tbo softer, more sigh-like lamenta? tions of tbo Zcnaida maculate, so re ploto with wild pathos,'arc heard from tho leaflcss.willows fringing tho river. Tho scarlot-brcastod or military Starling stng6 on the coldest days and during the most boisterous weather; hor can the rainiest sky cheat the (:ray finches, Diuca minor, of their looming aud evening hymns, sung by many Individuals In Joyous con? tort. Tho common mocking bird...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 2 March 1894

?ffneh Tallcy News. published every friday. ~ terms of subscription: tin Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. 91.50 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .70 Advertising rates furnished ou appli? cation. Entered at the Taxewell (Va.) postof- ! fice aa second class matter. PuTpAY, ' """ MARCH 2, I?SSM. TO*t]hB DUTIABLE LIST- j Washington, Fob 20.?Tho Demo ; oratio Senators met in conference i this morning for an hour uud a halt and Itiis afloinoou lor almost loui . hour- without reaching a posifve e inclusion in any matter connected { with Hie tuiilV bill. They did, how | ever, tako a long sliide i i Ihe ilitee-1 tiou of getting together, and il is 1 probable that at the meeting toiunr -{ l a-, to which time, at 5:30, an ad | journmont was taken, much progress will he made. The discussion today was on gen j eral lines and was freely participated in. No proposition of any sort was put to tiie conference and no volei ?as taken, but before f'c lull is laid before the Finance Commit t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 March 1894

rcuun, 9*1.I s OHUUKHICQf AND E VEilYTUI Nil BEfiOHdISO IN A Family Grocery Store 6UST0N & SONS. VOL. IUI. NO. 10 REGULATOR The Old Friend And the best friend, that never fails you-, is Simmons Liver Begu hitor, /she Bod Z)?that's what 3-011 hear at the mention tlii3 excellent Liver medicine, and people should not be persuaded that -aiiytl?Mg else will <lo. It is the King of Liver Medi? cines; is better tliaa pille, and takes the p!*co of Quiniue and Oalomcl. It aeti ^iroctly on tho I Liver, Kidneys aa:d Bowels and ' gives now life to the whole jsys- I tern. This is tho medicine yoa want. Sold by all Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder to he taJc<o ?dry or made into a tea. ?a-EVEnV P*CKAr.K 5? j 8Sn. tlie 56 Slump In rnl ou wrnnper. I .1. II. /.KU.IN & CO., Philadelphia, Pa. CLINCH VALLEY XCOMMANDERY NO. 20, KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, Meets first Monday in each month. James OTCekffr. Eminent Com. W. G. Youno, Recorder. O'Keeffe Royal Arch Chapter No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 March 1894

Tboro aro every year in Australia 130,000 arrests lor crimo aud mis? demeanor and over 2000 oouvictions. Tho London Hospital oays tea tip? pling is produoing in Britain results not less s?rions than aleoholio driuks. It is not only in tho Uuitod Stales that foreigners are employed as sail? ers. In England's merchant marine scrvico there aro 8000 Scandinavians. There is said to be nn unusual in? quiry for forming lands in Alabama. Tbe general manager of tho lauds of a railroad says ho receives application! every day from the Nortli and West from those desiring farming lands. Tho statement is made that there are more than three hundred companies in the United Slides that employ electric? ity iu running operations for light and power. It is also staled that fully one third of tho copper refined in tliit country is treated electrically. In Philadelphia, tho other day, there was a striking evidence of the in? tense desire of some poople to "on hibit tho remains" at funerals, Bay* tho New...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 March 1894

TJnr??l??liig I'rcy to Tl/jcrs. Tliero are some unfortunate Indian SrUlagoro who appear to live all their Ihres la constant peril. On the one Bind stands the man-eating tiger; on ^he other tho Arms act warns them M bewarootacquiringlotbal weapons. ?Thoy have nothing for it, therefore, but to trust everything to official pro? tection, and this, It appears, some? times proves anything but a safe? guard. Only the other day the mis? erable inhabitants of Anami, a ham. \pt in Bengal, implored the Lieuten aht Governor to take action bcforo they wero gobbled up. A particularly hungry tiger bad cs jtabllshcd itsolf close to the vlllugc, and almost every day witnessed a -fresh outrage. At one time, tho "boast showed a preference for cattle, and tho milky mothers of the herd bad their ranks thiuned. But this kind of faro required to havo Its mo? notony relieved at Intervals by the substitution of "long pork," with the result of soino inhabitant becoming acquainted with the digestive tigrine a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 March 1894

.Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED KV ERY FRIDAY. tEUms of BuiracimmoN (Iu Advance.) ?By mail, pontage paid, one year. SI.GO' By mail, postage paid, six mouttlB, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli OAUon. Entered at tho TnEewetl (Va.) postof fioe as seooud class matter. Fl? I > A Y, M A UU11 0, IH-M THE AUSTRALIA!*, BALLOT. The bill which was introduced by Senator Wallon about a month ago is entitled "A bill to regulate State, county and municipal elections io the State of Virginia.'' Tbo effect of this bill i-> to engraft tbo Aurtraliau bal lot Oil our preseut olectiou system, tuid, as framed, is similar in charac? ter to tho system now in use in Win* <*bet*,ter> which has proven quite sat i. factory in that city. The bill requires thnt nil nomina? tions for public offices shall be made known to tho Secretary of the Coin monwealth in caso of Federal and State elections, and to tbo secretary of electoral boards iu county and municipal ele...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 March 1894

AMD XVEBYTHINO BKI.OXOISO IN A Family Grocery 8tor? BU8T0N&80H8. VOL. IL1X. NO. 11 for these imitations and substi? tutes, they are poor stuff at the best and increase your misery. Take Simmons Liver Regulator only. You will know it by the large red Z on the face of every package and by the relief it gives when taken for Dyspepsia, Indi? gestion, Constipation, Biliousness and Sick Headache. regulator U Ii L 5 J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Philad'a, Pa. RHEUMATISM'QUICKLY CUR F.D. Three days is. a very sbort lime in which to cure u bud case of rhoumu? tism; but it can be done, if the prop er treatment is adopted, as will bo seen by tho following from Jumcs Lambert, of New Brunswick, 111.: "1 was badly afflicted with rheumatism in tho bips and legs, when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm. It cured trie in tlireo days. I am all right today; and would idsist on ev ?ry one who is afflicted with that tor ribilK disease to uae Chamberlain's Pain Balm oEfi g.et well...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 March 1894

TJp to dato America baa led the world in devising rapid-fire guns. Lord H?sebery. at a recent dinner In London, to Sir R. W. Duff, re? marked that ?wherever in the world there was a good thing thcro would bo (ound a Scotsman sitting by it. \ - A. M. Seward, of Stillwater, Miob., was shot by another man, and now tbo insurance company which issued a policy on Soword's lifo refuses to pay on tho ground that tho shooting was intentional and not accidental. The new Congressional Library in Washington will, Librarian Spofford estimates, accommodate copies of all the hooks of the world for one hun? dred years to cotno and still leave sovon-oightliB of its available space ap? plicable for other purposes. Sir .Tames C. Browne, a London ex? pert on brain disease, says insomnia is not so bad as claimed. The brain takes reBt in short spells, and one part of the brain rests while the others keep at work. And so literary men, though getting little sleep, havo their brain rest anyway. As has been ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 March 1894

OVEREATING, -v? tho Habit Is Fraught trlth the Orav?,l Danger. Became of tho peculiar significance which now attaches to the word;: "temperance," wo should not forget that "Every man that striveth for the maBtery Is temperate in all things," and that It is just as bind? ing on us to show moderation in our use of the necessities of life as in our use of its luxuries. Even tho neces? sities of lire niuy become superflui? ties through thoir quantity and qual? ity being raised to tho point of lux? ury. Take, for example, tho food supply or the body. It is obvious that the body must have rich, force-supplying food in order to carry on its daily tasks. Yet Iho fact is often lost sight of that an over supply or rood to tbo body, liko overcoaling tho steam engino, Is pro? ductive of nothing but waste. Moro steam is'made than can be used. Nor is this all. In such a llncly adjusted machine as the human body no one piece of the complex organism ran be overworked except at tho Ultimate expense ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 March 1894

?Jifrioli Valley News. PUBLISHED EVEBV FRIDAY. n.uij? j ji ? ' ? ?.. i ? f -"~ TERMS OF SUB?C^tlPTlON: IIa Advance.) By muH, postage paid, oue year. SI.50 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .75 Advertising rates furnished on uppli- j oatiou. Entered at tho Tasewell (Va.) poslof-1 tli-e as second chiss matter._, Pit1 DAY, ' - MAUCH 1?, 18W. j 1|M ir. _?. -._,. - . - i ? ? ? ? i NEW BALLOT SYSTEM. Tho very radical cliaugoa in Iii? method of voting iu Virginia is em? bodied in the bill recently pawed by the legislature and hero published by request and for the instruction of of :eials uud voters. THE BALLOT. Tho bill provides that every elect . ..hall vote by ballot. Each prison offering to vole shall .-?liver a single ballot to ouo of tin? ?idges of election in tho presence <>l \ least one of the ol her I wo judges. I The ballot shall be a white' paper ticket, containing tho i.units of the. j persons who have ? diu [died with the i provisions of this lift ns here...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 March 1894

AND BVKBYTHINO BELONGING IN K Family Grocery Stor< BUSTON & SONS. ?L. IL1L NO. 12 The Old Friend And the best friend, that never fails yen, is Simmons Liver Regu? lator, (the Red Z)?that's what you hear at the mention ?f this excellent Liver medicine, and people should not be persuaded that anything else will do. It is the King of Liver Medi? cines j is better than pills, and takss. the pkee of Quinine and Calomel. It acts directly on the Liver, "Kidneys and Bowls and gives new lifo to the whole sys? tem. This is the medicine you want. Sold by all Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder to be taken dry or made into a tea. ?V-KVERY PACKAGE'S*. Mn? tlio Stomp In red on wrapper.' J. H. ZUIL.1N & CO., I'lilladelplila/PB. NO HEALTH WITH 1MPUR1C BLOOD. Dr. David's Iodo-Forrated Sarsn purilla cures syphilis, scrofula,.can? cer, goitre, and nil blood and skin .diseases. If you suffer with auy of tho above symptoms and will be cur? ed without endangering any othe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 March 1894

' Emigration froui European Russin to Siberia irkJo. the inoreaso and reached 100,000 in 1892. Texas again makes tho claim, -which it niado some years ago, that it could givo every family in tho world a five acre lot and still have room to spare. ' The Hindoos aro apparently a law abiding race, concludes the New York World, for tho uumb&r of prisoners in India, in proportion to population, is less than half of that in Great Britain. ? ' Tho Supremo Court of Massachus sotts has declared that a creditor has no right to invade his debtor's room, wake him up and dun him. A Spring? field milkman, for doing this, baa as? certained that damages can be assessed against him for assault. Lloyd's report is of special interest to Americans this year, states the Chi? cago Herald, as it shows that there is no Nation which has made so rapid an increase in tho tonnage of steamers registered during tho past twelve monihs ns the United States. Exclaims the St. Louis Republic: Compare tho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 March 1894

"Wben, ft Monitor I? Sick. Monkeys arc smart littlo boas.t? {The othor day one or the tiny littlo thaps In Hagonback's circus ate too kuiah popcorn aud candy banded Into Iho cago and fell stok. He did a good uil of moaning until Fritz Maas, ty>6 veterinary, came uloug, gave tho ioonkey a good do?o of mcdlciuo and ?ut him Into a Binall cago Insldo the Ig one. Tho littlo follow lay In tho fege all day moaning and crying, as tick a specimen of bis kind as could fee, There aro four monkeys of tho lame family in tho collection, nnij the ?ray they usually carry on, Jumping, chattering, llghtiug, as oDly monkeys (an, never falls to amuso the persons bappening by the cage. Hut all (he {ire and vigor seemed to - havo been taKeu out of tho three remaining wben tho one got sick, They seelmed dot only to understand tho situation thoroughly, but felt for thoir com? panion, and showed thoir attach roont for him by taKing turns watch? ing the little ouo writhe in pain. Everv few minutes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 March 1894

Ulfnch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: lla Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ono year. SL50 By mail, postago paid, six mouths, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tnwswell (Va.) poatof-j lice as Becoud class matter._ K1?DAY, - MAB?11 83, 1804.1 VIRGINIA'S BLUE LAWS The Stmnoent and Guobl Code of Colonial Days. My authority for this brief review of what may fairly be called the black and blue laws of coloui d Virginia, is a volume of five hundred pages (iu eluding tables of assembles, statutes, eonteuls, &C.), bound iu leather, and | j ; intod at Glasgow,Scotlaud, in 1751) j ono hundred and tintty live year* ugo. Its title iB '?Virginia Laws : An Exact Abridgement of all the Acta of Assembly in Force and in Use,'' and it was evidently prepared under ofli cial supervision for use in the colony, though it bears no olliciul im prima tur, In considering these old laws it in but sliei v justice to suy that they were attri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 March 1894

AND EVERYTHING BELONOINO IN i. Family Grocery Store BUSTQN & SONS. Vol. xlix. no. iT LOOK OUT 111 for these imitations and substi? tutes, they are poor stuff at tlio I best and increase your misery. | Take Simmons Liver Regulator I only. You will know it by the large red Z on the face of every package and by the relief it gives when taken for Dyspepsia, Indi? gestion, Constipation, Biliousness and Sick Headache. mi nm Y Lr^ouTvATorUIbLS J. H. Zeilin & Co.. Phllad'a. Pa. WANTED, ftflEN : To talto ordert* for our Northern Nursery Stock, Good Pay, Each Week. Salary on Commission. Experience not Required. New, special varieties, controlled only by us. If you can dovoto but p'art.pj your time, write us. Enclose | stump. BRA Dil bW & CO, 8 Bulftbotf 'Muco, Host on, Mass. ? THE BLOOD LS THE FOUNTAIN OF LIKE therefore if the blood is impure und unhealthy, the body will become sick and disease will fasten itself upon it and death will mark it us one of i.s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 March 1894

A Gorman statistician lias stated that ? tho present order of things dooe not change, iu 3000 yoors hcuco there will only bo ono man to every 220 womon. Maine people say eouio day their for oBtH will bo immensely valuable as gamo presorves. In tho Old Country an much as 835,000 annnal rental i? aonto timea paid for a "shooting." Somo authors hav? loft it on record that their brniu was never no fertile as in a railway train or an omnibus, or a orowdod public thoroughfare. A well known novelist oss?res uh that after long experience he finds a church to bo tho placo which inspires hi in moat, and he has, consequently, acquired a reputation for chiirchgoing which he prizes very highly. Tho erratic Missouri River is threat cuing, and will most likely soon ac? complish the complete destruction of tho town of East Atchisoll, Mo., on tho opposite bauk from Atcllison, Kan. Tho stream has been eating a new channel for several months, und dur? ing tho past summer washed away ovor 300 acres of ...

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