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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 4 May 1894

Han-Eatlng Snake?. "Thoexistence of man-eating enako? has been doubted by naturalists, but 1 oan proYO the facts from my own ex? perience," says Charles E. Michaelis, who has just returned from tho Philip pine Islands. "In 1880 I was living then at Ti-rando. Ono of our servant! was a short, broad-shouldored Japan? eso named Picul. Ho was a cattle herder and frequently in tho woods. Boveral times ho told us of tho exist? ence of a monster python fifty feet long, not a milo from tho plantation. I gavo him a gun and buckshot to kill it, but it noyer materialized, und wo beenmo incredulous. "Ouo day Picul was missing. His piu nnd hot wero found in tho woodi and brought in.- Ouo of tho native buntere examined tho ground and gnve his opinion. Picul niuBt havo been caught by a snake, ns no blood had boon shed, but thero had ovidently been a struggle. Tho noxt Sunday, in company with nn Englishman named Mason nnd their native trackers, I took to tho woods to look for our lost serv? ant. Tho...

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

There's No Cho Tho Victor Pneumatic tire rival. It is more durable th other and the inner tube can moved in case of puncture than five minutes. The only inner tube ren through the rim. All Victor improvements are with the times and meet cv< quirement. OVERMAN > BOSTON. PHIUAD MEW YOUR. CNICAG CAN rn*t Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: llu Advance.) By troitl, postage paid, one year. SI.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .70 I Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entored at tho Tnzcwell (VaO postof-1 flee ns second cluss matter. Fit I HAY, - MAY 1,1894.' THE COXEYITES. Uockvii.m:, Mo, April 28.?The Ccxey army, with Hag ?yiug and bu? gle and baud playing, moved into this village about 10 o'clock. Thoy were mot at the outskirts by the Philadelphia contingent, which es corted tho Coxey people to the Fair Grounds where all went into camp. coxey will reach WASHISONON TOMOIt ?ow. Washinotoj?, April 28.?Coxey's uriny will re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 May 1894

HOUR, SAtT, GROCERIES, and eveuytuinq belonging in A Family Grocery Stor?. BUSTON & SONS. V.ol. xlixTYOT for fliese 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. c 8?s flu J. H. ZEILIN &CO.. Philad'a. Pa. A WOMAN'S EYES. "There was n man in our town, And ho was wondrous wise; Said ho. "It takes n perfect skin To witch a woman's eyes.'" But he didn't know what would give him a perfect skin until ?he per? suaded liitn to try Dr. David's Iodo Ferrated Snrsnparilln and now he is as happy as he is wise. What a woman doesn't know abnut such mat? ters isu't worth knowing. David's Scrsaparilla cures all blood and skin diseases. . For eczema, scrofula and syphilis it has no equal. For sale'at. A. F. Hargrove's, Ta::.'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 May 1894

Uuole Sara fwnisho a forty-ono per ?Vent, of tho world's silver. Lord Mayors of London have col? lected during the past twenty years a littlo over ?50,000,000 for charitablo purposes._ Directors of physical oulturo say that heavy dumbbells do more harm than good, as thoy strain the heart and lungs as well as tho muscles they aro to supposed to benefit. Mr. Street and Miss Lone were mar? ried in Charleston, S. O., recently. Whereupon the Hartford Journal facetiously observes: "It won an ex? peditious way of changing a lone into a Btrcof." There is an indication of the extent to which shorthand prevails in this country in the statistical report that iluriug tho year ending Juno 30th, 1890, (?7,375 persons received instruc? tions in stenography in the various Bchools of tho United .States. Tho "goober" industry of Norfolk Is unique. Here is a little city in Vir? ginia that has become tho greatest dis? tributing center of peanuts in tho world. A peanut is a protty small item, but an ann...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 May 1894

floTr'a Tbl? I "vVe~of?et* OneHuudrcd Dollars Reward tot any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J.ChrKkv & Co., Props., Toledo, O. ?We, tho undersigned, bnvo known F. J. Che? ney tor tho last 15 year*, nnd believe him per? fectly honorublo In all bunlnoss transaction! and financially ablo to carry out any obliga? tion made by their Arm. West & Tuuajc, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. " " Waldino. "Kinnan & Maiiyin, Wholesal? Druggists. Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Curu H taken internally, aot Ing directly upon tho blood and mucous aur fac-1 of the pystem. Price; "Sc. pur bottle. Bold by 'I Druggists. Testimonials freo. Tho littlo toe is snid to bo disappearing from tho humah foot Wo Cnvo It u pt ii re. No matter of how lone; standing. Writs for frco treatise, testimonials, etc., to S. J. Hollonsworth & Cn.,0\rugo, Tioga. Co., N. Y. Price 51; by mail. Si.10. There are 200 -l?t! miles of telephono wires 'n ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 May 1894

VICTORS are Standard Value. The standard price of Victor Bicycles is St25.no. No deviation, and Victor riders arc guaranteed against cut rates during the current year. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. S63TON. PHILADELPHIA. DETROIT. NEW YORK. CHICAGO. DENVER. SAN FRANCISCO. ~~~ THE CLINCH VALLEY AGRICULTURAL & BREEDERS ASSOCIATION WILL GIVE A nlEETItia ON THEIR TRACK AT TAZEWELL,VA. CONSISTING OP RUNNING RACES, TROTTING AND PACING HACKS, BI?YCLK HACKS, AND A GRAND TOURNAMENT WITH A CORONATION BALL AT NIGHT AND VA? RIOUS OTHER AMUSEMENTS. Programme to bo announced later. Special (rains each way. The management \v:ll spare no pains nor expense to make this a GRAND EXHIBITION. Ladies admitted to the Grand Stand free. Refreshments of all kinds 011 the grounds. This will he a nhovc to be proud of. S. WALTON, JAMKS O'KEKFKE, Secretary. President. Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERM8 OK SUBSCRIPTION: tin Advance.) Dy mail, postage paid, one year. 81.80 By mail, iwstuge paid, six n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 May 1894

fr??M?LT, GR?CEhiES, AMD EVKIlYTllIX? DELONQINO IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. VOL. XL1X. NO. 20 -^35=* The Old Friend And the best friend, that never f;iils you, is Simmons Liver Regu? lator, (tho Red Z)?that's -what you hear at the mention r?f this excellent Liver medicine, and people should not he persuaded that anything else will do. It is the King of Liver Medi? cines; is better than pills, and takes the pHce of Quinine and Calomel. It acts directly on the Liyor, Kidneys and Bowels and gives new life to the whole sys? tem. This is tho medicine you want. Sold by all Druggists in liiquid, or in Powder to be taken dry or made into a lea. ?rttvnilY PACKACJK-Tji* Km tho Z Slump In rvtl on wrapper, a. II. /. i.: i.i N & CO., V iliiuIclpMa,"a. WOMEN WHO M AKE THE BEST WIVES. Probably there is no ono old enough to bo interested in the ques tion "What women make tho bc-st wives?" who has not. some personal idea on the subject; but whatever our ideas on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 May 1894

Thcro uro every ytuV in Australia 130,000 arrests - for crime and mis demeanor and over 12000 oonvictions. Tho London Hospital nays ten tip? pling is producing in Britain results uot loss serious than nlcoholio drinks. It is not only in tho United States that toroiguors are omployeuVns sail? ors. Iu England's merchant marine service thcro arc 8000 Scandinavians. There is said to he an unusual in- ; quiry for farming lands in Alabama. Tho general manager of the lands of a railroad says he receives applications every day from the North and West from thoso desiring farming lauds. The statement is made Unit there arc more than three hundred companies in the United States that employ electric? ity in running-operations for light and power. It is also stated that fully one third of the copper refined in this country is treated electrically. In Philadelphia, tho other day, there was n striking evidence of the in? tense desire of some peoplo to "ox hibit the remains" at funerals, says the N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 May 1894

TJnreaun^ng Prey to Tlgora. , Thora aro some unfortunate Indian Villagers who appear to live all their urea In constant peril. On tho one band stands the mun-eallng tiger; ou tho other the Arras act warns tbem W beware of acquiring lethal 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 safc nuard. Only the other day the mis? erable inhabitants of Anami, a bam let In Bengal, implored the Lleuten l$ht Governor to take action beforo fcbey were gobbled up. A particularly hungry tiger bad es? tablished itself close to tho village, and almost every day witnessed a Xresh outrage. At ono time, the beast showed a preference for cattle, trnd the milky mothors of the herd had their ranks thinned. But this kind of faro required to havo Its mo? notony relieved at Intorvals by tho substitution of "long pork," with the result of some Inhabitant becoming acquainted with tho digestive tlgrlne app...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 18 May 1894

EHBHB?S Before buying your new bicycle look the field over carefully. The superiority of Victor Bicycles was never so fully demonstrated as at present. Our '94 line will bear the most rigid scrutiny, and we challenge comparison. There's but one best?Victor. OVERMAN WHEEL CO li??TON. PHILADELPHIA. DETROIT. ftC-tV YORK CHICAGO. DENVER. BAN FRANCISCO. WILL GIVE A MEETING ON THEIR TRACK AT CONSISTING OF RUNNING RACES, TIIOTTING AND PACING RACES, MCYCLE HACKS. AND A GRAND TOURNAMENT WITH A CORONATION HALL AT NIGHT AND VA? RIOUS OTHER AMUSEMENTS. Programme to ho announced later. Special trains each way. The management w:ll spare no pains nor expense to make this a GRAND EXHIBITION. Ladies admitted to the Grand Stand free. Refreshments of nil kinds on the grounds. This will ho a tdlcnv to lio proud of. S. WALTON, JAMES (V K KEF FE, Secretary. President. Clinch Yalley News.' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. fERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By frfafl, postage paid, one your. 81.50 By rft'itil, po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 May 1894

ftO?MAtf, GROCERIES, and everything belonging in a Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. VOL. ILjX. NO 21 LOOK OUT! I I 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. ME KJ50TJLATOR ONLY ... H. Zeilin & Co.. Philad'a. Pa. N. & W. CONDUCTOR SHOT. Huntington, W. Va.. May 21.?As ] a tbrough freight train on the Nor folk and Western railroad passed [ Breedeu. a small station twenty five | miles south of hero, Friday, Conduct or J. W. Glover, who was standing on the rear caboose, was shot in the back by au unknown man, who was J .standing near the trade with u wool an? The engineer did not kuow of | the occurrence till bo arrived at Diu gess, forty miles from the scene of! the shooting. Glover w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 May 1894

t "Bicycling has bccomu an important industry as well as a rr.ro good sport, remarks tho Now York Tribune, and its following is immense. I Thoro arc twcnty-oight institutions in Russia called tcchuicnl rnilwny schools for tho special education for nil branches of tho rnilway service. All but threo uro controlled by tho Government. 1 Georgia's Superior Criminal Court has discontinued tho kissing of tho Biblo in the administration of oaths. Judge Clark, in explaining tho order to that'effect, says: "Holding up tho right linnd is the more convenient form. Then the ksssing of tho book is a very nasty thing. I linvo hoard of persona catching disease in that way." _ Jr* Dun's review of tho pnst yenr shows up tho South in a favorable light. The Northeast and the Northwest Buffered the most, oven more than the mining Stntcs, and the South the lenst. There nrc twelve Southern States whose fail? ures for the entire year numbered al? together only 1502, or less than twclvo per cent, of the tot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 May 1894

'.How dh> It happen that Miss (Blanche refused you? It was under? stood that you were her favorite?" ^The regular way?the favorite dld fc't win."?Tid-Bits. How'a ThU ? , XvVofTer One Hundred Dollar? Reward foj fcnT caso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by MVU'b Catarrh Ouro. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. ' We, tho undersigned, have known F. J. Che ta?7 for tho last 15 years, and hcllovo him per? fectly honorable In all buslnoss transaction! and tlnanclnlly ablo to carry out any obliga? tion mado by their firm. West * Ta.ua.tt, "Wholesale Druggfcrto, Toledo, Ohle, "V" WAl.nino, "KtNNAN & 'Marvin, WhoV^als Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Ha'l'a Catarrh Curo Is taken lntornnlly, act? ing directly upon tho hlooil and mucous sur. faces of the systom. Price, 7.r?c. per bottle. Bold by all Druggists. Tesllinoutals free. Puck wheat originated in Siberia. 0 1410 Bus. Potatoes Per Acre. This astonishing yield was reported by Ahr. Hahn, of Wisconsin, hut Sal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 24 May 1894

SMALL YOU RIDE THE BEST? Victors are the leading bicycles of the world?the best. If you want tlic greatest amount of enjoyment you must ride a Victor. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. BOSTON. NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA. CHICAGO. 8AN FRANCISCO. DETROIT. DENVER. Clinch Yalley News.' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: tin Advance.) By niiiil, postage paid, one your. 81.oO By mail, postage1 paid, nix lltotilhs, .70 Advertising rates furnished on uppli-1 cation. Entered nt the Taxewell (Vtt.) postof fice as second class matter. FitII)AY, - ? MAY 25, 181)4. THE PROTECTIVE TARIFF [ LAWS ARE DOOMED. That the American tariff laws are destined to extinction in spite of greedy nud unpatriotic souatori, whether Republicans or Democrats,! iB ub certain as tho operation of the laws of gravihtfisK.. They nie dying! !jy inches, and their dale lies in our curtailing of agriculture and devel? opment of manufacturing und in the inventive tum of the American peo pie. stimulated nud encourage by our freu insti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 June 1894

FLOUR, SALT. GROCERIES, AND EVERYTHING BELONGING IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. V0LrXLfX7N?^2~ REGULATOR -25? The Old Friend And tlio liest friend, that never fails you, is Simmons Liver Regu? lator, (the Red Z)?that's what you hear at tho mention ?>f this excellent Liver medicine, aud people should not be persuaded that anything el.se will do. It is the King of Livor Medi? cines; is belter than pills, and takes the plvce of Quinine and Calomel. It acts directly on tho Liver, Kidneys and Bowels and gives new life to tho whole sys? tem. This is the medicine you want. Sold by all Druggists in Liquid, oriu Powder to be taken dry or made into a tea. WKVKBY PACKACE-SS Has tin- Z Stamp lit ml on winpner. -I. II. KUIMN ? CO.. P iltadclpliia, 1'?. TURTLES TH AT FOUGHT. \J It in no uncommon tiling for soap p "g tuitl"H to be brought into an/ of the to.vns of Peuusylvunia. On tue contrary, "snapper'' fishing or huuh ing id a Hport peculiar co the regiou\ liund...

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

r Next to tho United States, France has tho distinction of having tho larg? est nnmber of savings bank depositors, who.havo $559,000,000 in bauk. ? Tho most ourious city in the world, declares tho Chicago ITerald, is situ? ated on Saginaw Bay, an arm of Lake Huron. It is without a name, has a population of about 500, and consists of modern huts on wheels, to the num? ber of 150, wbirh, when tho iishiug season arrives, aro rolled on the ice in the bay._ fur' - The British Empire at Insts counts r woman mayor among her officials, Mrs. Yatos, who succeeds her husband, Captain Yntes, as Mayor of AnehinigO, ? New Zealand, and, as she will probably be raised to the magisterial bench, she will have the pleasure of hearing herself addressed as her worship?or "nashup," as it is ofton expressed. \f Land and Water, an English publi? cation, says it believes that Mrs. May brick, tho alleged poisoner of her hus? band, will soon bo quietly liberated it friends of tho imprisoned woman cease their ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 June 1894

A Talent eil Premier. . Prince Wlndlschgraetz, tho Prime Minister of Austria, has some re? markable accomplishments. Tho Paris correspondent of the London Truth, says bo can whistle without a break tbe whole of any act of the familiar operas and all the acta dur? ing an evening. He has unusual tal? ent as a mimic and can tmltatcSarah Hcrnbardt, Mounct Sully, and tho Coquellns. ? ' It Is a singular fact that the ??blunt" man is apt to make the most cutting remarks. Army Society Ih Just Awful. A certain former AVushlngtonlan, an officer in the army, rpturncd from live years In tlw West a month or ruoro ago, bringing hlB lovely wifo. The lady Is also lrom Washington.. They both knew nearly overybody that was anybody, especially In army and navy circles, flvo or six" years ago. Tho army officer's wife was called on by all 'her former acquain? tances, of course. Not long ago she mot a young woman who used to be a great friend, and who Is the six months' bride of another army family. "Whe...

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

Itaf?SSC??: 'there's No Choice in Bicycles. The Victor Pneumatic tire has no rival. It is more durable than any other and the inner tube can be re? moved in case of puncture in less than five minutes. The only inner tube removable through the rim. All Victor improvements are abreast with 'the times and meet every re? quirement. Victors are OVERMAN WHEEL CO. BOSTON. NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA. CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO. DETROIT. DCNVCn. Clinch Valley News.l PUBLISHED KVKKV I'KIDAY. TERMS OK S?DSCU1PTI?N: Un Advance.) Bv mail, postage paid, one year. 81.50 By mail, postage paid. si.\ months, .7") Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at thoTusewoll (Va.} poslof 'fioc as second class mutter. I lvlD.VY, ? ? iiUKKI, IHllT. BY THE LEG. j Atlanta, Ga., May 24?" Yes, 11 did sny that the money power had I tho Government by the leg, and I say it again: but tlm responsibility for that stale of affairs belongs, to tho Republics!! party, not. to Mr. Cleveland." I The speaker was Colonel ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 June 1894

fiO?R, SALT, &R?CER1ES, AND EVBBYTHINO BELONQINO IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. V?L. XL1X. m 23 IK 0UT?1 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. ME SIMMONS RUGU.L/ATOR I J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. Philad'a. Pa. GIG- AN TIC E AILiRQAlX William Dulliu, the railroad pro moter, has returned from Europe, i where he succeeded iu negotiating | with a syndicate of English capital iuts a loini suflicicnt to build an air line railroad from Now York to Han Francisco. It will be known as the Continental line. The main line will run thirty fivo miles south of Chiengo and strike Bourbon. The road will be a double track from start to finish I nnd will be completed to the Chicago point in 1898....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 June 1894

The ptertent is a great season for re* Vivsls, both moral and fiunnoiaL This year too Italians "will 4&cbrnte tho three hundredth anniversary of the production of tho' first opera. ? : ','^--j_^_J Tho fashionable winter trip now is to Egypt, notes tho Now York Lodger. Tho cost is $150 each way?cheap first class passage. ' Rich Americans go in thoir own yachts, regardless of ex? pense. ' ? '?-!'" ' It is estimated that contributions to all benevolent purpose's by Protestant ^Christians o? tho United States amount ? to about $85,000,000 annually. Only onc-sovontecnth ofthis is given to for? eign missions. ! It is said that one bushel of apples briugs as much profit in California as one barrel in the Elast, and thnt the land worked over for gold coin will to? day produce golden pippins that will bring more gold coin than was pro? duced by tho mines. ' Tho Manufacturers' Record, Haiti more, says: "The. tendency to bring the mills to the cotton is growing, and New England man...

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