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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 June 1894

/AN AUBURN MIRAOLE. >X ACT OF HEROISM IS FOLLOWED ? I ?I PIHE RESULTS. HtWKrd Donncllr 9?yob a l.llo Almost at the Cast ol His Ovrn-Alier Years at Ssfferla* II? la Rcatored ta Health - ? Hla Starr aa TaM to a. Report* ?r at tho Auburn Bulletin. [Auburn N. T., Bulletin.] It ts on record thnt upon a chilly April day, a few years ago, an etght-yoar-old boy foil Into the East rlvor at tlto foot of East Eighth street, New York, anil whoa nil efforts to rescue him bad failed, Eugeuo Donnelly, at risk of his own lifo, plunged Into tho watoi and, when himself nearly exhausted, saved the boy from drowning. It was a humane and aolf-sacriftcing deed, and recolved do served commondntlon In all tho newspapers. There Is n sequol to this nccldent, how? ever, irhlch thus far bos not been published. It is to tho oftoct that Donnelly was paralyzed as a result of the cold plungo and enmo neal dying. Auburn people have known the fam? ily since his wlfo was Amanda Grantman and his deter Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 June 1894

The standard price of Victor Bicycles is ?125.00. No deviation, and Victor riders arc guaranteed against cut rates during the current year. OVERMAN WHEEL CO, PHILADELPHIA. DETROIT. CHICAGO. DEHVEH. SAH FRANCISCO. BOSTON. NEW YORK. Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED every FRIDAY. TERMS OV SUBSCRIPTION: (.In Advance.) By mail, pontage paid, ouo year. SI.00 By mail, postage paid, bLx months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazewell (Va.) postof fioe as second class matter. | fiTTd ay, - ju2j10 s, i s?>4.; WHENSHERMAN TOLD THE TRUTH. Senntor Sherman, who ia regarded by the Republicans as their ablest representative in tho Senate, is op? posed to a reduction of the tariff, which ho years ago pronounced un? just, even when it was lower than it is now, and is ngaiiiHt tho incomo taxi which ho formerly pronouuccil tho "fairest "tiid most just that could bo levied." He had been a member of Congress twenty years, ten years of that time at a Senator, when...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 June 1894

fL?UR, SALT, GROCERIES, AMD EVEBYTUIKQ BELONGING IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. t ?l: Hiix. noT?~ The Old Friend And the beat friend, that never fails you, is Simmons Liver Regu? lator, (tlio Red Z)?that's what you hear at tho mention this excellent Liver medicine, and people should not bo persuaded that anything else will do. It is the King of Liver Medi cines; is better than pills, and takes the plvce of Quinine and Calomel. It nets directly on tho Liver, Kidneys and Bowels and gives new life to the whole sys? tem. This ja the medicine you want. Sold by all Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder to be taken dry or made into a tea. fir UVF". II V PA.CICAOR-RC linn tlic 'A Slump In reil on winpnor. J. II. 7.KIL.IN & CO.. f illudclplilo, fa. HILL. NOT A CANDIDATE. Washington, Juno 11.?A promi nent Richmond gentleman who re? turned from Washington yesterday, Bays a telegram from Richmond, brings the news'thut Senator Hill ro marked in his presence that lie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 June 1894

gf"*?*t<iand, according to John Morloy, has passed tho quietest winter known for thirty years. Another old and well-established in dmtry has roccivod a blow, laments .tho San Francisco Examiner. An Oak*, land man. has been arrested for cheat? ing in a burse trade. fr~ _. ...SSSSSA In India 25,000,000 acres are mndo & fruitful by irrigation. In Egypt thero rSaro about 15,000,000 acres, and in r Europe about 5,000,000. The United ? States'has about 4,000,000 acres of ir? rigated lands. Dr. Cyrus Edsou, Commissioner of tho Hoard of Health of New York, eays tho grip will not remain with us much longer, but will disappear for a generation. "This is tough on tho next generation," admits the Chicago Herald, "but plcusAiit for this one." HI. Oattlp, writing to a Paris publi? cation from Russia, snys that tho cul? tivation of cotton in tho Zsrofshim district of that country lias developed wonderfully sinco American varieties of tho plant have been introduced. At first ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 June 1894

Pearls. [ Black, pink, and golden pearls are tnoro valuablo than white. !? I.lie Shart or JLoaftT / If Ufo Is so short as some think It Is, It may ho made to soom maoh longer and sweeter by a better care for our comforts. Mlnot troubles aro muoh magnlQod by negloot and dolay. Wo glvo too muoh. timo to hunting up oauses when we ought to doal promptly with offocts. This Is muoh the oaso with patn whtoh should he curod at ouoo and oause looked Into nftf.rwurds. Miss Ida M. Flem? ing, 7 S. Carey Stroet, Baltimore, Md., states Hint for years she wnssubject to frequent nt Incks of neuralgia, nnd trio.l nny number of roniolies without avail. Bho was glvon qui? nine, which she says nITeuted her nervous i.vstem. Sho sufTerod night and day during theso nltncks until she triad St. Jacobs Oil which Anally ourod her. I'oper is niiide from Wi 6lc hops in Ger? many. Dr. Kilmer's S w a h r - It o o t cures all Kidney nnd Bladder troubles, l'amphlet end Consultation five. LuLorutory Binghamlon, N. Y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 June 1894

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. BOSTON. PHILADELPHIA. DETROIT. NEW YORK. CHICAGO. DENVER. SAN FRANCISCO. Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (111 Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. $1.50 By mail, postage paid, six monlliB, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Taxewell (Vu.) postof fice as second class matter. Tilli) A Y, " ' - - JUN 13 1 ?, 1 S!M. BETTER TIMES PREDICTED Uambleton & Co., of Iialtiinoro. in their last circular letter inako soino vero cheerful predictions. They Hay that wheti the tariff is disposed of business will stnrt with a whirl; the country will bo found buro of goods; the merchants will order so rapidly Hint the manufacturers will not be nblo to meet ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 June 1894

f L??ft, SALT, GROCERIES, AND r.YKKYTUINU BELONGING IN A Family Grocery Store BOSTON & SONS. fO'L. IL1X. NO." 25 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. T simmons fl livur gl regulatorU X H. Zeilin & Co.. Philad'a. Pa. " BIG COAL, CONSPIRACY. Cincinnati, O , Juno 18.?A gigan tic conspiracy to corner the coal mar? ket by bribing striking coal tinners I has developed hero. Large holders of conl in Chicago sent an agent to this city to engineer the scheme and ho offered a representative of the miners $10,000 to keep tho it.en out uutil October. SPECIMEN CASKS. S. II. CM fiord, New Cassel, Wis , was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his stomach was disor? dered, his liver was affected to an ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 June 1894

conwitttti outirely of paper notes anging in -voAuo from one cent to $100. Terrifying people by sending them harmless "infernal machines" is, in tho opinion of the Washington Star, a con? temptible species of wit, In Paris such an set is justly olnsscd'as criminal. It should be made so bore. There are 10,000 copyrighted vol? umes of American poetry in the Con? gressional library at Washington. ,Yet, of these 10,000 books, how many are known to the rending world? How many ever paid tho expense of tho publication? asked the Sau Francisco Examiner. ' Chinamen in Southern California are taking to cycling for business trans? portation. Quite a number of Chinese in San Jose mid Los Angeles own wheels and use them in going about for orders and delivering goods. They have found using n bicycle pays in ttio time saved and the wider circlo of cus? tomers gained. ? An English farmer, relates tho Americnn Agriculturist, was recently prosecuted for cruelty tu nnimiils and fined ten pouuds ($50) ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 June 1894

THE GRIP, ^ Betctf ptlon or the Dili til* by Ong Who Tutcf had tho grip? asks tho Wincma farald. I will give you a few polnt ?1%. You will Imagine you have a bad cold and oan woar 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 ho-ne and go to bed. In a short time you will feol like that Chicago drum? mer Mho took the Kcely cure at Bwlght, 111. You will feel like an anarchist and want to bomb. You will realUe Beecher's dream of hell. You will think your head has been removed and an old beehive, with the empty comb, left In its place. Your mouth will taste like a pail of tour krout You havo tho grip. ? The doctor comes, looks you over, puts bis thermometer in your mouth, finds your temperature 104 In tho shade, your pulse uolng at the rate of two miles and throe laps to tho sec? ond. Ho orders you to stay in bed and gives you medicine that I? so strong and sour that simply setting tho Lottie on the clock sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 June 1894

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. OVERftrtAN WHEEL CO. BOSTON. PHILADELPHIA. DETROIT. NEW YORK. CHICAGO. DENVER. 8AN FRANCISCO. Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OV SUBSCRIPTION: II" Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. $1.50 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .78 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazewell (Vu.) postof fico as second class matter. FKID AY, - Jl> N K I S!l -1. WHAT IS A LABOR STRIKE ? A labor stiiko lias been variously! defined. Some declare tbat it is a protest of orgauized labor agaiust ill justice and wrong on the part of or j guuizod capital. Mine oporators,niaH | ufuclurere, lailnmd oflieialsand otheri industries wbero labor is an import-1 nut factor agree to adopt, a t-calo (f; wages by whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 June 1894

I ?Ktlj HllWUblllb?) AND EVERYTHING BELONGING IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. BEG? LAT?R -zzj?z* The Old Friend And the best friend, that never falls you, is Simmons Liver Regu? lator, (iho Red Z)?that's what you hear at tho mention r>f this excellent Liver medicine, and people should not ho persuaded that anything else will do. It is tho King of Liver Medi? cines; is better than pills, and takes the p! . ee of Qmnino and Calomel*. It acts directly on tho Liver, Kidneys and Bowels and givcB new lifo to tho 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. /?-EVHKY PACICA?K-u? linn tlio Yi S'.niu .1 tu retl on Avi-npiicr. J: H. XKIJLUI 1- CO..P illodatplila, Va. The law abolishing postal notes goes into pflVet July 1. and orders from tho Post Hieo Department have been to cease issuing them when the supply becomes exhaust? ed. "Money orders will lie issued instead hereafter,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 June 1894

1 Next to the United Statec, France has tho distinction of having tho larg? est nutabor. of savings bank depositors, ?who havo $559,000,000 in bank. V 1 -= Tho moBt curious city iu the world, declares tho Chicago HcVnld, is situ atod on Snginew Bay, nu arm of Lake Huron. It is without n name, has a .population of about 500, and consists of modern huts on wheels, to the num? ber of 150, which, when the fishing season arrives, are rolled on the ico iu tho bay._ <?** V Tho British Empire at lnsts counts n woman mayor among her officials, Mrs. Yates, who succeeds her husband, Captain Yates, as Mayor of Anehimga, Now 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 "wnshup," ns it is of ton expressed. .*Land and Water, an English publi? cation, snys it believes that Mrs. May brick, the alleged poisoner of her hus? band, will soon bo quietly liberated if friends of tho imprisoned wom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 June 1894

A Talc nt eil Premier. ? Prlnco Wlndlschgraetz, tho Prlmo Minister ot Austria, has some rc markablo accomplishments. * Tho Paris correspondent of the London Truth, says ho can whistle without a break the wholo of any act of tho familiar operas and all tho acts dur lug an ovonlng. Ho has unusual tal? ent as a mimic and can Imitate Sarah Bernhardt, Mounet Sully, and the COQUOlltlS. ?-??<?> ' It is a singular Tact that tho "blunt" man is apt to make the most cutting remarks. -??? Army Society In Just Awful. A certain former Wnshlngtonlan, an officer In the army, returned from five years in tho West a month or more ago, bringing his lovely wife. Tho lady Is also from Washington. Thoy both knew nearly everybody that was anybody, especially In artuj and navy circles, five or six years ago. Tho army officer's wife was called on by all her former acquain? tances, of courr.a. Not long ago she mot a young woman who used to be a great friend, anil who Is tho six months' b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 29 June 1894

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 aro abreast with the times and meet every re? quirement. Victors arc Jl3.?L3 J^o OVERMAN WHEEL CO, BOSTON. NEW YORK, PHILADSI.PHIA. CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO. DETROIT. DSN VCR. Clinch Valley News. ? PtJBUSRFD EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF BUBSt IttlPTiON: U" Advance) By mail, postage paid, one year. $1.50 By niaii, postage paid, mix months, Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tnstowoll (Va.'i postof fico as second eins? matter. FitII)AY, .ll'NK '-".), I.sih. ASSASSINATED j PAUis, .Inno 2?.?Kadi CarnnrJ President ol' the French Republic, was stabbed at 0:15 o'clock yoster- ] day evening in Lyons by Cesare] Giovanni Santo, an Italian anarch ist, and died at 12:4H o'clock. The assassin lias been nnested; President Oarnol weii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 July 1894

him, SALT, G??CEi.lES, AND EVERYTIUKQ BELONGING IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. for these imitations and substi? tutes, they are poor stuff at tlioyJ best and increase your misejy^" Take Simmons Liver Regulator only. You will know it by thev/ 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. Esimmons n i i,ivim 11 REGULATOR U! J. H. Zeilin & Co.. Philad'a. Pa. The descendants of Queen Victoria aro either now in possession Df, o: i will in tho natural course of evetitH, 1 come to occupy seven thronet)?those ' of the British empire, tlio Grerm.iu I empire, (he Russian empire the king i dbin of Greece, tho grand duchy of LjUes.e, the duchy of Saxc-Cobing r'Yuul Gotha and the duchy of tjnxe Meiuingen. That's ti good many tin ones for one family. Last Juue Dick Crawford brought his twelve months old child, Buffer ing with infantile diarrhoaa, to me. It...

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

In Franco the grunting of suflrago to women ib regarded ns a mnttcr of business rather than sentiment. "Did ?uy Ktatistical finnucior ever pause to reflect)" asks tho Atlanta Constitution, "that tho world's wheat crop of 1892 was less than that of 1887 by 120,000,000 bushels?" 1 The tax ot $2 a yenr on cycles which was imposed in France last April, yielded in the first half year over $150,000. The tax on stock exchange transactions, which tho brokers de? clared would surely ruin nil business on the bourse, yielded a round $800, 000 between .Time I and November 20. "White horses arc to be barred from military service in Germany. The Em? peror has ordered that no more be purchased for the army, and those now in use aro to be sold. He thinks that in n war white horses would be espe? cially conspicuous because of the use of smokeless powder, and would af? ford an cany mnrk for the enemy. Mr. Brentano, tho publisher and booksellor, sold iu his Pnris store a newspaper printed in New York ...

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

Haw'a TM? t T "Wo offer One Hundred Dollarn Howard for Qprooasof Catarrh that cannot od on rod by B*U'i Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cnr.net 4 Co., Toledo, O. "We, the undorelgncd, have known F. j. Che. Bay for the lost IB years, and hellere him per jectlr honorable in all business transactions ihd financially able to carry out any obligat? ion tnade by their linn. Vfxn 4 TnuAJt, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, ? Ohio. WiLDiMi, Kinnak 4 Marvin, Wholesale Druggists. Tu'.?!-), Ohio. Ha'l's Catarrh Curo Is taken internally, act? ing directly upon the blood and muco as sur? faces of tho system. Testimonials sent free. Price, 73c. por bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Uas pipes nro made of manilla paper,coat? ed with asphalt. UlOIlns. S I.Iji. Oats From One Ban. Seat. Tills rj mrknbl-j, almost unhoard-of, yield j was rauortaJ. t j tlis John A. Sal/.or Bead Co., L?Cr.i330, \Vli, by Frank Winter, of Mon? tana, win plante I one bushel ot Ure&t North, cm Oat?, carefully tille.l an t Irrigated s...

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

VICTORS are Standard Value. The standard price of Victor Bicycles is ?i35.00. No deviation, and Victor riders arc 'guaranteed against cut rates during the current year. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. BOSTON. PHILADELPHIA. DETROIT. NEW YORK. CHICAGO. DENVER. SAN FRANCISCO. (linch Valley News.] PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: tin Advance] By mail, postage paid, one year. 81.oO By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered nt the Tnzewell (Va.) poetof fico ns second class matter. FRIDAY, - - JULY 13, 18?L ? ..?-? -r ? --. . .r- -- . i A TIMELY LETTER. Seuntor Daniel'a letter of July 3rd j addressed to Page McCarty contains much food fur thought. It is us full of truth as nn egg is of meat. tie begins by a reference to Cox oy's army, nnd what a Southern brig adier said to Tom Rued touching that army. We quote: "It is the proudest, day of tny life. I do not boo a single .Southern man, white or black, iu that army, they are all feotn the ho...

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

ft?UMALf, ?ftOCEftiES. AND KVEUYTUINO BELONGING IN A Family Grocery St?rt BUSTON & SONS. VoL. XElX. NO. 29 REGULATOR The Old Friend And the best friend, that never fails you, is Simmons Liver Begu l ^ator, (the Bed Z)?that's what you hear at the mention H this excellent Liver medicine, and people should not be persuaded tfiat anything else will do. It 13 the King of Liver Medi? cines; is better than pills, and takes th? pl^ce of Quinine^hd 'Oaioipel. It acta directly on tho Liver,lK,idin;ys 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. JW-EVKIIY PACKAOK-6? II?* Hie V. Slump lit red oit wrapper, a. H. ZEXL.IN 3? CO.. F tlhdolnl.U,Va. The past tense of "Rlrike'' is"strik en,1' as the promoters cf a fur reo- h lug strike, together with many other people, will oe likely to find out to their Borrow. Last June Dick Crawford brought hiB twelve months old chil...

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

Insurance companies claim that ""cycling is more dangerous than travel? ing cither by railway or steamships. Out of forty-two cities in America, with populations averaging from 200, 300 to 000,000, nil but ono uro using tho electric railway eystom. Having found that Indians and Fronch priucea do not make good husbands tho Wnshingtou Btnr sug? gests that tho hoireBSCB of this count ry might givo tho United States young oiau bis turn as nn experiment. Says tho New York Advertiser: Some of tho titles to sermons nowa? days smack decidedly of tho stage. Tho other Sunday sermons were preached on "The Human Heart," "Satan Seeking Rest," "A Rudder and a Fire," Fifty Thousand Which Could Keep Rank," "Buried Alive," "A Tight Sword Crip." It is evident to tho Chicago Herald that thcro is a general movement in the greater cities and their suburbs, as well os in tho large manufacturing neuters, toward a revival of building. The motive for this is in the cheapness o! material, tho abundance of la...

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