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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 March 1894

The liaseo. Tho cowboy's lasso is made by cut tlnu a rawh de nto th n ktr ps und half taun ng w ih the ba'r on. These strips uro then stretched over a block und braided nto a rope, tho strands bo ug pulled vcrytKht. Tho lasso ?y is then Dur od in sand for a week or u two, and absorbs mo sturo from tho ground, which makes it soft and pli? able. When taken out of the ground it Is stretched out, and tho hair is sand-i a; ercd o.r. It is then greased w th mutton tallow and properly ooosed. when it is rcudv for use. Turin atT^TaxattcB. Tariff duties au.l internal revenue, taxation on incomes nnl corporations nro excltlug pa*>lta inlorust, but of ipdto as mueu Interest are tho3 > things wliloh lax tho system and requ-ro at ouao tiu external rornody. Oa this rOjoat. wlt'i spjjiil rojooi'.n'-nibitlon, Mr. Plercii D. Browp, Uridgowater, Mass., says: "In a:cMonts Iro n all kinds of atklollo Bporljs, to rdtnso sprains nn l brulsaa. I h.ivo used Ht. Jacobs Oll, an I alw.iy...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 March 1894

Afhth Valley News. PUBLISHED EVEKY Fl?PAY. TERMS OF SUBSCR1PTION: tin Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. $I-?9 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rotes furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tnaowell (Va.) postof fice its second claJs matter. _ FkFiJAY, - MAKCH 30, 181)4. """"PLJSAS FOR SILVER. V,' -.sniso rox, D 0.,i\larcli 24 ?f ho i':i> !idR of silver made a grand rally fit the White House to day, to wgi the President to sign the Bland ... it niorugo bill. Some came as pri ; 'nt?i citizens, others catno in Slate j dedications. i; preeentatives Williame, Forinani evil McDonald, of Illinois, came siiii i-epresentatives Marlin, llrooksliiro mid MoNagncy. of Ulinoie. Accoiti | Hiving tile IudiutlinilS was a son of Secretary of the Treasury MeCul who ramo as a Westen, banker, ;r. the signing of the bill. Hop mtiv< Mi yen, ot Nebraska, was , i (.oil . the desires of the fur Noithwost i-hut the bill be t-igucd :. . ,( itivo McMilliu, of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 April 1894

fL??R, SALT, GROCERIES, and evebytuino belonging in a Family Grocery Store BUS>ON & SONS. V?L. XL1X. NOTTT The 0!d Friend And the best friend, that never fails you, is Simmons Liver Eegu lator, (iho Red Z)?that's what you hoar at tho mention r>f this excellent Liver medicine, and people .should not be persuaded that anything else will do. It is the King of Liver Modi" eine?; is better than pills, and takes tho )>'-ce of Quinine and Calomel; It acts directly 0:1 tho Liver, Kidneys and Bowels und tjives now lifo to the whole sys? tem. This is the* medicine you vr.tnt. Reel by all DruggisU in L juid, or in Powder to be taken dry or made into a tea. *f KVEIir PlCKAriE-M f?,<! '/. Slump lit kv<l on wrapper. I. /' O.iS & CO., HiUuMptita, ?. C?XEY COMING SOUTH. a darob number of hls f?l lowers Want to Gain Con? verts Herb. PlTTSBUBO. FA , April 3.?Cox e.v's army ol 300 men arrived ill Al h-ghutiy Lilly today. It...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 April 1894

Eaob pupil in tho public- sohools ol tho United States costs ou ou avcrngo $17.22 a yonr._ Nino ?women ou*. of ten will fuss 'about a trifle and meet calamity with a calm-oycd and fearless sniilo. Tho Atlanta Constitution declares that tho Southern forests can bo modo to yield $350,000,000 worth of lumber annually without impairing their per? manent value. It is fasbiouablo in Madagascar to bo a Christian, and this fact is a hin? drance. The missionaries have to strive, not to get people into tho Church, but to keep them out until they givo evidence of being truly con? verted. A Yalo professor is quoted as being of opinion that football makes fhu studentsluggish in their studies. Tho Iiondon Lancet records 100 cases in ! which participants in football games played in 1802 in Great Dritian re coived injuries so serious its to roquiro hospital treatment. An Oklahoma merchant carelessly allowed a few castor beans to get mixed with his oats. He probably thought nothing of it at tho time...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 April 1894

Hid Bank Notes In Her Bod. Mile. Humbert, a woman whoso life was shrouded In much mystery for many years, died in a veritable garret In tho Rue des Martyrs, at tho ?dvanced age of 87. In her district the old damo passed as a mendicant, owing to the sbab ciness of hor attire, and people, liruck by her mlsernblo appearanco, iometimes spontaneously ottered her ?1ms in tho streets. She never re? fused the money, but was in the habit, after receiving It, of telling per benefactors to keep away from the side of her dress In whlcii she ifcopt her purse. Tho extraordinary courtuct was usually set down by good Samaritans to crozlencBS. Surprise was great when It was dis? covered lately that Mile. Humbert bad loft a sum of several thousa.id pounds in bonds and bank notes sewn rap in an old matt ress, and that, more rover, she had a valuable collection ot ipalntlngs by old and modern masters ila ber garret. It has since come to light that the ?apparent mendicant and female 1ml itator of Daniel...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 April 1894

Clinch Valley News.' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. "~""ti2HMS OF SUH8CRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. si.50 JJv mail, |m>st?ge paid, six mouths, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazewell (Va.) postof fice as second class mutter._ fT?DAY, APRIL 0, UW4. THAT SIT DOWN Tho sceue iu the House of Repre seutatives on Friday last, when the Speaker ooiupelled the tuibuleutnud truculent ltopubbcuu leader, Mr. Iteed. to take his seat, was an ex ceediugly dramatic one, and one iu whicli Mr. Crisp showed to very great advantage. It came about thus. The iccusion was one for filibustering, and Mr. Reed hud taken his stand in i he aisle in front of the Speaker's Uusk to uulch tho roll call, that he might be sure enough members vot od to euBure a quorum voting. The Speaker observed him, and, suspend nig the roll call, requested all mem? bers to take their Beats. Tho Wash ingtou I'ost gives tue following ac? count of what then took place: '...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 April 1894

ri??R, SALT, ?R?CERift, AND KVERYTUINO HELONOINQ IN A Family Grocery Store ? ,, BUSTON & SONS. Vol. xlil no. 15 for these imitations and substi? tutes, they are poor stuff at the best and increase your misery. Take Simmons Liver Regulator only. You wili 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. Mr 8^t nwiy Lrjjguxator UliLI J. H. ZE1LIN & CO., Philad'a. Pa. "WE AI H <1B. CROP BULLETIN Lynciiuuik;, Va., April 10. Up to the 24th of March the weath? er nod temperature conditions had been very favorable for the rapid ad? vancement of all preparations for ?piing sowing and planting During the week ending March 24th, the temperature was abnormally high over the entire sectiou, and higher than ever recorded during March ?ittee *be Weatuer liureau records began in lb/0--. This had the effect of bringing all the early fruit into blo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 April 1894

f Superintendent Siomp says that the tide of emigration is turning toward Europe _, ' It is estimated that ninoty-two per cent, of the/world's population dwell, Li tho Rastern Hemisphere.^ ? -"" . "' 1 It is stated, and.-on good authority, that tho average, pay of all tho preach? ers in tho United States is #500 per year._ tV Tho report of tho Board of Health for Now York City for the past year shows that it was tho honlthiost since 1877. _ Women are boing substituted fot men in tho New York stores. Stewart's old establishment has employed 1500 men. Tho number iB to be ont down to 200, women being employed in their places. ? Of tho American railways now in tho hands of receivers, three attained that condition in 1888, four in 188ft, five in 1890, fourteen in 1891, twenty-seven in 1892 and more than eighty in 1893. Tho securities represented aggregate over ?2,01)0,000,000. ' Tho concussion experiments for rain-making wero not wholly lost. Professor Hazco, of tho Weather Bureau, who w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 April 1894

Married a Century. . Wo hayo all heard of tin wedding, belebratccl after ten years of mar? riage, of crystal weddings after 11 f tesn years, of china weddings after twenty, of silver after twenty-five, of gold after fifty, and of diamond after sevonty-flve?or, as Europeans celebrate it, after sixty-two and a half years. But tho scalo of celebra? tions does not seem to oxtend any further, and one wonders what pre olous thing would bo selected to giro Its naruo to a wedding anniversary rocently celebrated In Hungary_tho one hundredth anniversary of tho marriage of Jean Szathniary and his wife. This appears to be a clroumstanco which is entirely impossible. But tho marriage of the aged pair Is duly and ofllclally recorded as having taken place in May, 1703, at which time, according to the record, they were of marriageable age. As In Hungary at that, time a bridegrcon must havo reached the age of twenty and a brldo that of Hftoen, the pair must now bo at least one hundred and twenty and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 April 1894

tvlflicli Yalley News. riTBI.ISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS O K SU BSClt IPTION: Uu Advuuce.) , By mull, pontage paid, ono year. SI.CO By mail, po?tago paid, Bis. mouths, .70 Advertising rates furnished ou appli? cation. Bntered at tho Tnsewell (Va.) postof tlcc uk second class mutter. J< kill AY, ' AlMtili Vi, IS!) I. MR^RAYNER ON STATE BANKS. Mr. Rayr.er, of Marylacd, made such uii excellent, reputation tor biro k-lf when the hill to repeal the Slier i .an law was before the House of Itcpresc-ntatives, that we looked for I many good things from him. Buti Mr. Rayner is a young man who has I grown up since the war with Ihoi i !<!nw id a great und interfering k .vcrnmciit always hanging over his uieiital hoiizou, and wliilo he has learned that money must bo sound be bus learned not hing whatever of the distinction, its broad as the con tiueut, between money und paper cur icncy. lb m od and educated with the spi ctitcle always before his mind i f an overpowering gover...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 April 1894

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, AND EVERYTHING BELONGING IN A Family Grocery Store 8USTQN & SONS. Vol. xlix. no. ie The Old Friepd And the heat friend, that never fails you, ia Simmons Liver Regu? lator, (the Red Z)?that's what you hear at tho mention ?f this excellent Liver medicine, and people should not be persuaded that anything el.so will do. It ia tho King of Liver Medi? cines; is belter than pills, and takes the p1 -co of Quinine and Oalovne-1. It acte directly on tho Liver, Kidneys and Bowols and gives now life to tUn whole sys? tem. This is tho medicine you want. Sold by all Druggists in Liquid, ov in Powder to be taken dry or made into a tea. ?S-EVERY PACKAGE-IT*. Han trio 5? Slump 1? red on wrapper. ?I. II. ZfAULLM & CO., Philadelphia, &. PEOPLE WHO MAKE HISTORY. The. people who milk? history,-who achieve success or make their mark in nny line, are the people in whom every one is interested; mid when we j aro interested in peoplo it is an im ! ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 April 1894

The currency of tho Argentine Re? public consists entirely Ut pBper notes ranging in value from one cent to $100. -~T?~~. 1 Terrifying people by sending them ' harmless "infernal machines" ia^in tho opinion of tho Washington Star, a con? temptible apcoics of wit. In Paris such an act is justly classod as criminal. It should be made so here. There aro 10,000 copyrighted vol? umes of Americau poetry in tho Con? gressional library at Washington. Yet, of these 10,000 books, how many ure known to the reading world? How many ever paid tho espouse of tho publication? asked tho San Francisco Examiner. Chinamen in Southern California arc taking to cycling for business trans? portation. Quite a number of Chinese in Sin Jose and Los Angeles own ?wheels and use them in going about for orders and delivering goods. They have found,using a bicycle pays in the time saved and the wider circle of cus? tomers gained. ' An English farmer, relates the Americau Agriculturist, was recently prosecuted for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 April 1894

THE Qni!?. Lvcicrlptlra of the ni???? br Oai Who i_i Uai Snff?rod. [Dver had the grip? aske the Wlnon. HeraW. I will give you a few point, Vre. You will Imagine you have a pad oold and oau wear it out, but you heed not try It. The grip has fast? ened his fangs on to you and will not let go. You have got to give up. go home and go to bed. In a short time fou will fcol like that Chicago drum? mer who took tho Keely cure at Dwlgbt, ill. You will foci like an anarchist and want to bomb. You will realize Beecher's dream of hell. You will think your head has been romoved and an old beehive, with the empty comb, left In Its place. Your mouth will taste like a pail ol ?our krout. You havo tho grip. i Tho doctor comes, looks you over, puts his thermometer in your mouth, flnds jour temporaturo 104 in tho shade, your pulse going nt the rate of two mllos and throe laps to tho sec? ond. He orders you to stay in bed and gives you medicine that i? so etrong and sour that simply setting tho cottle ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 April 1894

Clinch Valley News. PUBLI8RED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS ORS?bSCBlPTlOK: tin Advance) By niuil, pontage paid, one year. SI.GO By moil, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered nt tho Tnzewell (Va.) postof fice us second clnss mutter. Fltii)AY, ? Al'ltlL 2?, ISI) 1. AN OBJECT LESSON ON STATE BANKS. A letter in yesterday's Dispatch, from Floyd CourtbouBe, contains the following: "Twenty bead of two anil three j ear old cattlo were sold by the sher? iff at nil average pricn of ?9.05 per head. These cattlo a few yean ago v ould have brought $20 or more upitce. While, the great financial centers are congested with currency, iu tilg country money is scarcer than ever kuown before, nud the great mass of people sorely distressed. The miners have horses and cattlo in abundance to sell, but there is no lm-iny iu the country to buy them." i If "the largest cattlo dealer iu the wcrld bad attended that sulo with | oi e huudred thousand dollars of cur-1 rt-noy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 April 1894

fL??MALf, GROCERIES AMD EVERYTHING BELONGING IN A Family Grocery Stor< BUSTON & SONS* VOL. XL1X. NO. 17 m OUTSII 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. 8IMMONS JvIVER KEQTJiLATOIt J. H. Zeiljn &CO.. Philad'a. Pa. JOHN ROBINSON'S THE PION EER SHOW OF AMERICA. To make no assertion is easy, to verify Unit assertion is sometimes difficult or impossible. Tbo claim that tho John ltibiiibon show is by ninny years the oldest tented amuse nient organization in America is so well and substantially authenticated that none but tho captious will essay coutroversioo.yot. age has not brought senility to- tbh> admirable organiza tion, its energy is not withered, its futerprise decayed m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 April 1894

Americans nro the nest penmen in the world, and tho British come next. In Kentucky it is now a misde? meanor to point oven an empty gun nt a persoD. Improved railway communication with tho host parts of Florida have re? moved the climatic inducement for a visit to Europe. Tho New York Observer suggests that clergymen really ought not to writo so illegibly ns to provoke tho compositors to commit the sin of pro? fanity. _ Fitlsburg is very happy over the nr rivnl of n heavy cargo of molasscR direct from New Orleans, the first on ?record. Heretofore the rule has been to break cargo at Cincinnati and rc sbip. _ ' It is figured out by the New Orleans Picayune that stamp collectors have put away SI,000,000 worth <>f the t' dmubhui issues for which Uncle .Sam . will not be called on to perform any service. _ Dr. Fall), of Vienna, who has been so successful in predicting carth cjuakes, says that New York will dis? appear under n tidal wave next .tidy or August, while F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 April 1894

Axi Impromptu Dano*. It baa no doubt often oocurred to u while, walking on the street that hate mot a pedestrian going la p opposite direction and, In tho at to pass you, bob from one side o other, both being Imbued with ame Idea. The result Is a dodg? ing two or three times from one Bide to"tho other beforo either gets by. , The other day a reporter mot with that experience, and a gay young col bred girl was the pedestrian earning In tho opposite direction. After two or thrco maneuvers tho colored wom? an exclaimed: "For dc Lawd's sake, man, what Is Mils a gwan to be?a waltz or a tJ?hottische."?Philadelphia Call. n a Salt, Sound Trim. Not corporations tilono muko the hast trusts, for morally spoaking we place rellauco I In things most successful, nutl thereby estab? lish n most substantial trust, and this Is the way to do It. '".My wife," says Mr J. W. Ames, Fairmont, Neb., suffered Intensely with sciatica, and was holplecs. I triodmnny things to no purpose. Although the doutore Ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 April 1894

UIIbcIi Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: llu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ono year. SI.50 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Taaewoll (Va.) postof fice as second class matter._ FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1S1M. APPEAL/I' O THE COXEYITES Washing rox.April 28.?After a cou f jiouco with Mr. S. T. Thenns, the attorney for the District, and Uolouel Moore, the child of police of Wash i gton, tho District Couiuissionei s issued the following proclamation tiiis afteruoou : To Whom it May Concern: Whereas it is reported that several organized bodios of men are ap? proaching tho Pi it riot of Columbia, with the avowed purpose of seeming such congressional action as will rti? lieve the condition of unemployed la borers throughout the country. And whereas all unemployed men nnd others throughout tho country who may bo in sympathy with the movement, have been invited to us i seniblc in front of tho National Cap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 4 May 1894

fLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, and everything belonging in a Family Grocery 8tor< BU8T0N & SONS. VOL. XL1X. NO. 18 -A The Old Friend And the best friend, that never fails you, is Simmons Liver Regu? lator, (the Red- Z)?that's what you hear at the mention r>f this excellent Liver medicine, and people should not be persuaded that anything el.so will do. It is the King of Liver Medi? cines; is better than pills, nnd takes the pi - co of Quinine and Calomel. It act* directly on the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels and gives new life 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. O-EVERY PACICAOE-1?I !lo? tlio '/. Slump In rctl on wrapper. i. It. r.f.m.IN St 1:0.. Philadelphia, V?. LOC4L AND GENERAL A E W$ BRIMFS. Mrs. Rose Kroll is up from Vir? ginia City. The Methodist church at Rich lands was dedicated on Sunday last. The Emory commencement is published for the second week in J...

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

Tho French con show moro porsona .over tho ago of sixty than any othor ?Nation. Only ftvo pasoongcrs lost thoir lives on British railways in 1891, but thoro was a veritoblo slaughter of railway servants. Ovor 500 employes woro killed nud more than 3.009 injured. A colobrotod aeronaut asserts, after pntiont investigation, that tho ninth day of tho moon is tho most rainy of tho wholo twenty-eight, and 1 o'clock in tho afternoon tho rainiest hour of tho day. Tho opootaolo scon in Iowa of a BnnUo forty foot lout", ten inches in diameter nnd sufllcioutly strong to lift n '200-pound hog from tho ground is, to tho Ohioaga Record, tho latest in? dication that Town's prohibition law is not enforced. Dueling in Russin has becomo bo common that tho Government has just docreod a severo codo of punishment. Killing nn antagonist will cost sis yoara in prison; severo wounding, thrco years ; duel without injury, six months; provoking a duel, six weck? to three months. Thoy arc doing a novel thing o...

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