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

AMD BVKHYTHIKO BKLOKOINO IM A rSirnlly Grocery Store BUSTON & SOHSi f?LTTLllTir?TlF A Bad State of Affairs. . Tbe people of the South tire being deceived in tho purchase of hniiAtioii medicines. It's poor consolation to a sick rm\u to be (old thai the inedi einfc 'offered him cettaitily tobn't do bitri any barm. Wvotigi it will do great'harm. It allows the disease to progress instead of stopping it, and this is most dangerous because tbe disease will soou be beyoud ??i'e. This is the best reason why you . should be sure to get the right medi xjine. DouH r sk your benltb by try? ing au5* of the many Liver Medicines . which havo sprung up iu tbo South to be sold in place of Simmons Liver Regulator, put up by J. H. iZeilin &. Co., with the Red Z o? every pack nge, this wa3 the luedicine of your fathers, and they lived long? Have uothiug to do with auytbitig else,' or any druggist or dealer wbo would persuade you that tbe many imita? tions under different names a...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 November 1894

UCTORS are Standard Value. The standard price t>( Vieler Bicycles is S125.00. No deviation, 6nd Victor riders arc guaranteed aguiiiot cut rate:; during tha current year* OVERMAN WHEEL CO. BOGTON. PHILADELPHIA. DGtnOIT. NtAV YORK. CHICAOO. 1 DLNVEH. SAN FRANCISCO. /Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. ~ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION; I In Advance.) Dv mail, postage paid, one yrnr. 81."0 Bv mail. |K>Btage paid, six mouths, .70 Advertising rales furnished on appl? catiou. Eutered at the Tazowcll (Va.) postof fice as second clans matter. , -j-.. . . . .... ? I .-r? S^RIDAY, - - NOV. I?, 1804. ?Vmv V?rie, by popular vote, u dople\l an amended constitution,j under which there can la* no State apportion! meat lor twenty years; ?so that, alter the expiration of Mr Milt's term, New York cannot lie represented in the U.S. Senate be? fore 1015, if then. A POLICEMAN OWNS IT. Tbc Virginia Stale building nt the World's Fair, which was a re? production ofGcorgu Washington's .M...

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

and bvkkxthino delohqin? in a family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. A New Danger. A great danger threattus " tire peo pie of the South. An evil that is steadily growing, and unless checked will cause great misery aud Buffering Liver Medicines, called by all sorts Of names, are being Bold to the drug? gist to be banded to the people when i hoy call for Simmons Liver Regulat ttr, Bewarel There never has been innre than otio Simmons Liver Regu? lator on the market. Take nothing else, The person who trios to per? suade you that anything else is just the same is not to be relied upon, noi? ls the dealer to bo trusted who tries to ?eil you another article in ito Stead. You know what Simmons Lirer Regulator is, bettauso it has dono you good. No'; don't be do ceived into trying anything else "Wait until the Old Friend} Simmons Liver Regulator, has failed you, then Vvill bo time enough to try something else. Romembcr, Simmons Liver Reg ulator is what you want. It is put up only by ...

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

totstem rfstralin, with ft popula vi - \>t only 00,000, is fully nino times ?s great in area as all of Oreat Britain. An historical writer of recent tlato tays that iu tho year 1820 it was noth? ing uncommon to seo teams of trained bisons in Illinois and Missouri. A complaint comes from Russia of khc scarcity of physicians throughout Iho Empire. Tho number of medical men is only one in 0000 of the entire population. These are mostly in tho largo cities. Tho village population lins only ono iu 30,000, while tho re? mote provinces havo only ono doctor lo 120,000 people. Athletics being the feature of the age it is proposed to add a special athletic department to tho Paris ex? hibition of 1900. There would be a retrospective exhibition of athletics in nil ages, beginning with the Olympian gnmes and the combats of tho gladiators in the Roman circuses. Oklnhamn docs not seem to the Now Orlenns Picayune to bo a good place for old men. The young men want a chnnco to grow up with...

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

Tho Poris Morgue and Its Dead. Here are some (trim figures from the annual statistical report of tho Morgue. Last rear no lose than 006 bodies lay on the marble slabs of the Paris dead-house, and of this great number more than 200 wero unknown men and women, claimed and recog? nized by none. Two hundred and fifteen out of tho total number had lost their lives by drowning; falls had disposed, of eighty-three; banning ended seventy-six, and firearms sixty eight, while suffocation, stabin?. and poisoning brought mcst of tho rest to tbelr death. The greater number of the corpses wore those of mon, and the statistics go to provo what baa been already proved?that those who commit sulcido ofteoer choose tho ... summer than the winter for their "rash act" It is slrango, but true, that tbo brighter and moro unhappy souls find strength und nervo to ond their miseries. As to what percent? age of the Morgue subjects aro sui? cides, of course no man can toll; but probably It is very high.?Pluck ...

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

liiere'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 Itt caSe of puncture In less than five minutes. The only inner tube removable thi - ugh the rim. All Victor improvements arc abreast with the times and meet every re? quirement. Victors are BEST. KfggggBgBl OVERMAN WHEEL CO. COSTON. PHILADELPHIA. CHICAGO. SAN FRANCISCO. DCTnOIT. OCNVCR. Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVI UV FRIDAY. TERMS OF BUBSCRIPTIOK: (In AdvanceO Py mail, postugo paid, onu year. Sl.fiO r$V mail, puBlago paid, six months, .?IJ Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Kuterod at tho Tnsowell (Va.) poslof1 flr?j aa lecoud elans matter. FRIDAY, ~'x?Vri:\,M.U. NEVER GIVE UP THE SHIP. When tho Democratic party swept the country like a cyclone in 1890 and 18'.)2, electing a President and tut overwhelming majority iu Con? gress, with moro than a million of tho popular vote in its favor, the Re publican party did not change it...

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

Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. VOL. XL1X. NO. 47 A Bad Condition* We havo before called at trillion to n gi nut calamity threatening tbe pe? pie of tiie South. Thern is ground for this fear. In no soetiou of ?ie . country is there greater need for Liver M-.'dieiues tiiun iu tliu Scuth, and this has encouraged unscrupu? lous persons to take advantage of people's misery and offer them all sorts of stuff as a euro nil for Liver troubles. Their crime is greater bo cause they must have accomplices to help tbcm in their nefarious work. Their piepmstions are sold to tbo ?druggists at a low price, And the Tiig profit to the druggist i? the road by which they leach the public.? Druggi?ts of high honor >vill uot bo 11 parly to such an outrage. Boware of any dealer who tells you that any Liver Medicine is just the same, or as good as Simmons Liver Regulator, put up by J. H. Zoilin & Co. You know it by the Red Z on tho pack ?go. These preparations are uot...

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

T?o cono sugar produot of Louisi? ana amounts to G03,353,087 pounds, entitling the idautors to SH ,*'?;>!, mi bounty. It costs Undo Snm 81,000,000 a year to pension tho nnvnl ofliccrs who have grown old or who hnvo become dis abled in bis service. The new mognziuo rillo which tho French army is experimenting with can bo fired 100 times without being tnkcu from the shoulder, and tbo cartridges weigh only half as much as ordiuory ammuuitiuu. In adopting orange as its college celor, Chicago University has aroused tho iro of Syracuse. Orange, has been Syracuso's color for years, uud there? fore they consider the nctiou of Chi? cago Univereity us au infringement upon their rights. As the result of statistics showing a large incrcaso iu the number of youthful criminals, tho Ministry of the Interior, of Germany, is discussing a reorganization of the system of com? pulsory education. The Ministry is in fnvor of following tho English sys? tem iu this respect. A British noblomnn wh...

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

The Worst Husband. But after all tbo worst husband Id the world is not the man who gote mud. The most unhappy woman J ever knew was tho wifo of a man who never got so far in his wrath as to s ly "d-*? it," and who waa nevoi known to slam a door. The . worst ibing about him was his meekness. Ho didn't drink; bo didn't gamble, and ho didn't run after other women, but ho snooped, and he sneaked and ho ben-hussicd, and If Providence ovo.' spared anything more disagree' able to havo arouud than a hen-hussy man, 1 never ran across it. This fellow was alwavs on hand to find out just how many Dars or soap were us : I in tbo family washing and how 31 much sugar was put in rhubarb sauce. Ilo counted out tho grains of coffee for ca-;b serving and favored, dried apple pies. I was at his home once en ih? Fourth of July, when ho gave li'.s children ton cents apiece for fire tvoiks and charged it up on their good behavior account. If I had been obliged to live in tho mmo homo with that man I shoul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 November 1894

^Before buying your il?w 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. fiOSTON. PHILADELPHIA. DETROIT. NSW YORK. CHICAGO. DENVER. BAN FRANCISCO. Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, pontage paid, olio year. ST.50 B.t mail, postage paid, six months, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tnzewctl (Va.) postof flco oh second class mutter. FRIDAY, "- NOV. .'ill, ls'M. PULASKPS CURIOSITY. Much has been mid about llio na? tural curiosities of Virginia, such as tho Natural Bridge in Rockbridge county, the L iruy Caverne inJFJnjje, PO'tnty, or Mountain Lake in Gile* county* but no pen bus < > justice to the pictuivsqaft^)ff?.i<f i grandeur of tho f'Gla^liotjotv^' IViaaki co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 December 1894

PL?UR. S?IT, ?RG?EfiStS, AMD KVEUVTlilNU HELONQINU Itt A Family Grocery Store BUSTON &SQNSt -^OL. IHL.N0. 48 A Bad State of Artair?. "? Tlio people of tlio South tue boiug deceived in the purchase of imitation medicines It's poor consolation t? ii hk-k iuuii to be i old Unit tbo modi vine offered him ceituinly wont do bim any harm, Wrongj it will do groat bariiiv It allows the disease to j progress Inn tend of stopping it, aud this is most dangerous b-Cause the disease will soon bo beyond cure. This is the best reason why you should be. surti to get the right meili t-ine. Don't r sk your health by try tng any of tlio muny Liver Mediciuos which havo sprung up in tho South to\ bo sold in place of Simmons Liver ^it^julatoi) put up by J. II. K.-iliu & Co., with tho Red Z ou every pack age, this wiu the medicine of your fathers, aud thoy lived long. Have nothing to do with anything else, or any druggist or dealer who would persuade you that the many imita? tions u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 December 1894

jP?Ue United Stuten i capitalist:!. thnt when the city of Paris r^i^VOOO.ooO ioftn recently, thoro wero offers to the amount of 020,000,000. Statistics show thnt. tho yield prr aero in many of tho Western States is steadily diminishing, while the yield in tho Eastern is steadily risiug. Says tho Cincinnati Times-Star : The Italians hnvo been ruled by tho great? est number of Governments ol any pooplo now under one constitution. A now yellow coloring material creating nu industrial revolution in Germany. Tho New York Mail and Express nlleges that it is called "me taoyanototramony led bun idol riphcuyl - ecarbinol."" Iowa has passed a law compelling her farmers to. eradicate tho Russian thistle. Laws for the destruction of all kinds of-weeds would, in. the opin? ion of the Hilino -nud Farm, aid the farmer. .The. farmer who allows woods to grow and mature ,t<ccds is a menace to tho community, and entails expense on all who adjoin him. Tho increase of wealth in Ihe fa" Wester...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 December 1894

A MIRAOLE IN MISSOURI. TUB ACHIEVEMENTS OF MEDICAl HCJIBNCB I'Alt MORE '.VUXUKU. SOU TIJAN THE IM AGIO OP THE BAST. The Remnrkablo Experience of Fol* -*~Hn?ter Wood.on, ol Panama, Mo.? For Ten Year* a Cripple?To-Day A Well and Hearty Man. (Fron IK* Kama* O'ly Tlmti.) Tho pccplo ol Bloh Hill, Mo.,and vlclnltj havo recently boon startled by a scorning mlraolo of hoallng. For years ono of tho boat known men in Bates and Vcraoa o?uc* ties has been Mark M. Woodtou, now post mastor of Panama, ond brothor of ex-Stnt? t, Inspector ot Mines,, 0. C. Woodson. of Ulli ^cliy. Tho pooplo ?f Bloh Hill, whoro h? formerly resided, and ot his present homo, ? romotnber well tho bont form, misshapen nlmost from tho somblanoo of man, whloh bns painfully bowed Its bend halt to earth ' nod labored snall-llko across tho walks Season after season, and when ono day last month it stralghtonod to its full height, threw away tho heavy butt ot cano which for yoari had boon its only support from total helplessnes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 December 1894

VICTORS are Standard Value. Tlie staftdV.rtl pried b( Victof la'cycles is" *!ts|!.oo. No deviation, and Victor rlitefG lire ^uaiuiitecu tlgainsl cut rates uui'ill-j thu ?Wrront year. OVERMAN WHEEL GO. 6?STOH. PMIlADCLPHIA. DETnolT. hEW VOUHi GHICAGO. DENVER. 6AN rUANCISCO. Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. tkrm8 OF SUbBCRIPTION: II? Advance.) gV mall-, postage paid, mm year. ?1.50 T me.ll, postage pUlll, si.V nioutliB. .7.'? Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Enterod at the Tazowcll (Va.) postof fleo as second class matter. FRIDAY, ? - DEI'. 7, ISill. MFtEBIDENT'B MESSAGE, ' To tho Congroas of tho Uuitsd SUlos: ,lTho assemblage w?liin tho legis? lativ? halls of those charged with the duty of making laws for the benefit of a generous and free people, im? pressively suggests tho exacting ob? ligation and inexorable responsibility Involved in their task at the thresh old of BUcll labor now to oo under? taken by tho Oongn-ss of the United States and in tbo discharge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 December 1894

FL??H, SALT, GRCCEIUti Xnu kvkkvtiung belonging in a . , * -" ? family Grocery Stor< BUST0N&30NS. VOL. 1L1X. NO. 49 A New Danger. A great dauqor threatens the peo? ple of the South. An evil thut i etoudily gtbwlug, nud unless clu-ek. d will cause great misery nud Buffering. Liver Mediciues, called by, all sorU of names, are being sohTto the drug gist to bo handed to the people when Ihoy call for Simmons Liver Regulut or. Beware! There never lias been more than ouo Simmons Liver Regu lator ou the market. Take nothing else. The person who tries lo por niado you that anything elso is just the same is not to be relied upon, nor is tho dealer to bo trusted who tries to sell you another article in its Blend. You know what Simmons "Liver Regulator is, becauso it hus done you good. No; don't bo do ceived into trying auylhiug else Wait until the Old Friend, Simmons Liver Regulator, has failed you, then Will be time enough to try something *-lse. Remember, Siiuuuns Live...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 December 1894

fS' Louisville- Oourior-Jonrnnl has H^nP war on tho bidyole, which it KWnurod to bo t(An unmitigated. Jiuisanco on tho stroota." Herbert Sponcer says that thirty per cent, of tho pooplo who receivo gratuitous medical attendance, at tho London hospitals and dispensaries are ablo to pay thoir dootore. Tho Atlanta Constitution advises Southern farmers to plow up thoir cotton and plant corn and millet. It assorts that food for stock will bo high this year, and cotton very low. A close observer is quoted by tho Chicago Times as saying that one rea? son why women has not reached emi? nence in tho mechanical arts is that sho has never been known to riso ? superior to tho idea that tho right way to drive a nail is to do it with both eyes shut. It is stated that Unitod Statos En? gineer Shunk, who conducted tho sur? vey for the International Railway through Mexico and South America, regards tho echonio as entirely fcasi bio. Tho estimated cost for building roadbeds and bridges is $22,000,000...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 December 1894

GoodUBy to tho Woods. ProaSdont Porter of Yale College was moat widely known as a writer upon metaphysical and theological subjects, but he was first a man and afterwatd a philosopher. It will sur? prise .many who knew blm only through .his books to be told tbat he had not only a gonlul relish for homely human companionship, but a profound enjoyment of nature. Dr. J. II. Twlchell describes him on go? ing into tbo Adlrondacks year after year, and carrying with him, even In old age, all tbo enthusiasm of you th. Ills genial nature expanded In tho atmosphere. of seclusion amid wild cUsroundlngs. Every, party going wltdW-h/tn into the woods felt tho spiritual sunshine of It. He made . the camp seom like a home. Tho guides all loved him, ana covoted his servlco, thinking more of his com? pany than of bis wages. Tho Kceno Valley folks camo to look eagerly for his annual appearance among them.' It was a sight to soe them shaking. - hands with htm after church the Urst Sunday. . 1 have bear...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 December 1894

rI here's No Choice in Bicycles The Victor Pneumatic tire has ho rival. It is more durable than any Other and the inner tube can be re Snoved in case of puncture hi Iosb than five minutds; The only irtiier tube removable through the rinl? All Victor improvements arc abreast with the times and meet every re* quirement? Victors are BBST. OVERMAN WHEEL GO. 66?;tON. PHILADELPHIA. detroit. UZW TORKi CHICAGO. denver, ??an rftANWlSCO. Clinch Valley News. PUHLlSllKbl'.V ERY I-UIDA V. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, pontage paid, one year. SI.50 By mail, postage paid, six hionlln, .78 Advertising rales furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Taiunvcll (Va.) poslof tico os second class matter. Friday, - one. u, ihm. CARLISLE EXPLAINS. Washington. Dec. 10.?Standing at a long table in tho Ways and MoaiiH Committee room of the Ilouso this r-iorniug Secretary CarlWIe explained in detail to the Banking und Our rency Committee tlio plan recom mended by him for Iho new banking law. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 21 December 1894

and kvekythino belonging in a Pamlly Grocery Store BUSTON & SGNS. VOL. XL1X. NO. 50 . A Bad Condition' . Wo havo beforo called attention to j n ginnt calamity threatening the pen plo of the South. There is ground fur this fear. Inno aoction of tin j country is there greater ueed foi Liver Medtciues than in the ijrruth. nnd this has qncournged utiRcriipn lous persons to take advantage of I peopled misfiry aud ?fter tliem.all Hurts of stuff as a cure all for Liver troubles. Their crime is greater bo cause thoy must buve accomplices to help th?m in their nefarious work. Their pieparations are' suld to the druggists at a low pricey And tho Lig profit to the druggist is tho road by which they teach tho public? . Druggists of high honor will not be a party to such an outrage. Beware of any dealer who tells you that any Liver Medicine is just tho same, or uVi good as Simmons Liver Regulator, j put up by J. II. 'Zoilin & Co. You know it by tho It^d Z on the pack age....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 21 December 1894

The New York Herald advices every? body to be rovaecinaled nt intervals oi tix or oight years. Statisticians estimate lliat thcro are not less than 50,000 barrels of coal oil used every day for illumination, fuel, etc._ Tho Indians who havo been tried as soldiers have been found woutiug. What they wont mostly is rations, ac? cording to tbc Kau Francisco Exam? iner. The aggregate trade of the Domin? ion of Canada for last year was tho largest in the history of iho country, duo to largely increase:! trade with tho United Stales. Waybnok Laughter 1ms applied lo tho Michigan Legislature to change hit inline, which ho dec hi its to he "ridic ulous and provocative of auuoying amusement among porsous who hear it for the first lime. Any three Western States could hold tho entire imputation ol Hit United States comfortably, und it hat long been the boost ol Texas thai slit could accommodate the population ol tho whole world with room enough lo keep theni from rubbing elbows. Florida is one o...

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