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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 21 December 1894

Not tiT3d or Hint. ? Mrs. DeWeary?And so you hove iron married fivo years, aud are as nnoh in lovo with your husband as >ver? Mrs. Cheery?Y03, indeed. "Hum! AVhat business is your hiu baud in ?" "Ho's captain of a-whaler."?IVcci I'orA; Weakly. ; Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot eure3 all Kltlncv auil Plodder troubles, romphlotand Cousultntlou free. Lnbratory Blnghampton ,N. Y. It Ib said llint Iber uevcrisau odd nuui fctr of rows on on oar ot corn. , How's This t oflei Ono Hundred Dollars ftowart) tot any case of "Catarrh tlintoauuut bo cured by Uali'a Cat nrrb. Cure. _:-'? ^' . _ V. J.CnErtKY & Co.. Props., Toledo, O. Wo, tho undersigned, have known t. J. Che? ney for i It.' lust 18 years and bellevo him per fectl.- honorable In nil business transactions and rtnanc ally nbl > to curry out nny obligiv. tlon made tv the.r ttrm. ., , West <fc TiiUAX, Wlrulosalo Drngglsts, Toledo, WALun'o. ?in> ah & Maiivin, Wbolesidc Druggists. Toledo. Ohio. IIa I's Catarrh Curo t-i tukon i...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 21 December 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. feOOTON. PHILADELPHIA, DETTriO If? NEW VOHH. CHICAGO. DENVER, BAN FRANCISCO. Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERH8 OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. Sl.fiO ' By mail, postage paid, six months. .75 j Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Filtered nt thcTozowoll (Va.) pestof flce us second class mutter. FRIDAY, - - DEC. 21, IS!)I. ' A MERRY CHRISTMAS."" Scarcely less wondoifnl thnn| the mystery of (bo first Ghristnriltj night ii" tho mystery of the perpetua? tion of the festival. It is a far cry enough from tho shepherds who tended their flocks on tho hillside of ?Indus, and (he believing kings who followed tho star from tho east, to, let u3 say, the avernsrn Atneiica...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 January 1895

?fi??k'RitS; axd kveiq'ticnci belonoiko im a Family Grocery Stor< BUSTON & SONS. fOL, L. NO. 4 A Had Condition* We have befole balled attention to n Ki t at calamity threatening tho peo pie of the South. There is ground lor Uli? fear. In no suctioh of the couuti v ia there greater need for Li?er Medieiuos tuan iu the S'.uth, and this has encouraged unscrupu? lous persons to tuk? advantage of people's misery hud offer them all Hurts of stuff as a cure all for Liver troubles. Their crime is greater be causa they must have accomplices to help thetu iu their uefario?s work Their pi operations are sold to the druggists at a low pritiei And the big profit to thh druggist is tho roud by w hich they 1 oneh tho public? Druggists Of high honor . will not be a party to such an outrage. Beware Of any dottier who tells you tliat any I aver Medicine is just the same, or us good as Simmons Liver Regulator, put up by J, II. Zoiltn & TJp. You know it by the R"d Z on the pack age. These pr...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 January 1895

[icily us the agent, Mnil ntid Express, fijnethod of de? troy boon utilized by tboso who ?ht eolf-dcslruction. Brie London Standard declares thst Qnerioans have no business to inter in the nflairs of a country (Samoa) distant from thoir base." It seems forget, obsorves tho New Orleans Picayune, Jhat Samoa m nearer Amer? ica than Englnnd. Tho census of 1800 shows tho valua? tion of all real and personal property in the United States to have been $65, 1)00,000,000, an increase of forty-nine per cent, over tho 343,642,000,000 of 18S0, and of more than 100 per cent, over tho $30,008,518,507 of 1870. Reduction of railroad fares in France lias led to largoly increased travel, Tjnd ^renter protit, declares tho New (Irlcans Picayune. The increased num? ber of travelers during the last nine months of 1893 over tho same period of the previous year was more thun 30,000,000. In the days when lectures wove no popular in the United States, a quarter Y'f a century ngo, the highest priced \unii on ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 January 1895

Sir. Hrnru ir. Vetiviler l'unnevlllo. Pa. Heart and Stomach Both Caused Troublo-Curod by Hood's. "I commence 1 to take Hood's Snisapxrllla tno months ngo.whcu I was low- with stomach trouble and felt badly nil n%-cr, weighing only 191 pounds. My heart troubled me.frequoutly compelling ine to slop work.nnd my blood wnt Impure causing pimples on my face. After laking Hood's Snrjaparilla, I began to got but? ler Immo'illdloljr, and now 1 feel hko a now Snrsa parilla Cures r%r%%*r%%?r%%r%*1 man. My blood Ins Itcen paVlfled and now my skin Is clear nnd my complexion fair, Hoo l'e Sarsaparilln has donu mo much pond* and 1 pi idly recommend it." Henuv YV. Dctwii^ ?ii, Punnsvllle, Pennsylvania: Hood's Tills arc purely vegetable, and do net purse, pain or grip?, hol I t?y all druxgUhi Mr. J C. Jones, of Fulton, Arkansas, '?aysstl "About ten year3 ago I cou-| tracted a sevcro raso of blood pol ton. Leading physicians prescribed mcdicino after medicine, which I took'Without any relief. I also ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 25 January 1895

'Iho grandest outdoor sport i; cycling; the best bicycle ij a Victor, j&lSdo ill the largest and finest bicycle plant in the world. bOBTON. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. Makers of VliXor Uicyclei and Athlet:? Goodi. btTOOSTi SAN FRANCISCO. NEW YORK* rAcirii co??t.'" LOS ANGELES. Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In A.Iva. i I}- mail, postage paid, ono year. ijl-00 j iy mail, poetago paid, six uiout!i6, .ftO i Advertising rates furnished on oppli- . Cation. Entered at the Tazewoll (Va.) postof ;Cco us second class mallei". Fit ID AY, "J A N? ??, i 805.1 CONNECTICUT BLUE LAWS* j The term "blue laws'' is applied to ? \ritth as relate to tho private coli | p.etence of individuals. All countries i formerly had such slatutcs, and tho thirteen colonies woro no exception i before tho revolution. Tho codo of, Connecticut is often spoken of iu this re ?pect. Those most noted woro of the colony of New Huven, which wns united with the Cotinc-Jjciit cdouy in 16'55. tier...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 8 February 1895

fiO?ft, SALT, SRG?ER.S.8, AHO BVERVTIIINO BlWSuISu IX A Family Grocery Store BUSTQN & SONS. VOL. L. m (3 for these imitations and substi? tutes, they are poor stuff at the ft best and increase your misery. Take Simmons Liver Regulator only. You will know it by the large red Z on the face of every -j package and by the relief it gives when taken for Dyspepsia, Indi-^ gestion, Constipation, Biliousness and Sick Headache. IKE SIMMONS LIVUR REGULATOR J. H. ZEILIN &CO., Philad'a, Pa RALEIGH STREET, BL TJEFl ELDj W. ITA, Ose v^ ;;';kh Wai.k Fhom Depot. Located 10 the prniTlipaVbnsines'' pirt ' f tlu- town. House rcwly furnished and re paired TIavi- r "eopeucd (Ire above hoto! I aril prepared to itccoinuioditto Ihr travelling )? l lie uh Wcll.as hoarders on reasonable terms. Raths $1 -fill i?cs D.w. .1 L. PATT'W, Prop B LI T]5FIELD, W. V*. Nearly opposite L'ftnsenger Station. All the conveniences and ncoroodntiou usually found iu a llrst class ho el. UiTies $2 00 PK? Day. C: T. AND...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 8 February 1895

One-litilf the- wealth of Euglaud is iu possoasion o( 1000 person.*. Recent iaaprance statistios show that if thoVifp dies first, tho husband on ?n avorago survivos niuo years; wliilo 'if the husband dies first, tho wifo sur? vives olovou years. Tho writiug of popular songs is not iO profitable in France as in thin coun? try. Such composer:! us DelorinoJ, Grtrnior and Petit earn hardly more than 81500 a year thereby, while tho "Bonlanger March," notwithstanding -.its groat vogue, realized ouly 8'iOOO for its author. An illustration of (ho agricultural depression iu Euglaud is afforded in tho fact that tho rent of u farm of 800 ocros, in Kent, for which tho owner pnid $100,000 aud which rented for 80000 a your for ninny years has fallen to ?1500 a year. Another farm, said to bo ouo of tho best in Ihc county, rented in 1880 for 8150!) now rents for 81500. A beautiful charity, "The Home for Aged Couples," in Philadelphia this year makes its appeal to thoau inter? ested in it in what th...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 8 February 1895

BmoKftllnx ?> Corpso. "Of uU tbo queer articles smugiilofl' Icross tbo bio Grande, tho queerest I ever beard ot was a corpse," said fames Murray, an old railroad con? ductor, to a St Louts Globo-Domo Drat man. "Id Mexico, when a for? eigner dies and his friends dcslro to lend bla body to bis native land, the toTernmont exacts a tax of *2G0 fur the privilege ot shipping it orer the railroad. In 1884 Larry Flaherty, ? Drakeman, died at Sllao, on the Mexican Central. He was a poor fel? low. His mother, who lived In Colo? rado, but who bad come on to nurso hht). wanted tho body shipped homo. Sho couldn't ralso tho money and the I boys took up a collection, but could only ralso $72. Then Tom Williams, a Jovial conductor, put up a scheme! to get tho body to tbo States. The funeral was conducted in the ubusJ manner and poor Larry's body was placed in tho ground. Two pesos tlxed it with tho grave diggers and thoy neglected to fill la tho grave uatll alter dark. In tho Interim Larry's bod...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 8 February 1895

1395 VICTOR biCYCLESr?- jj^ | QO.OO There pre eight Victor Models for ladies and gentlemen, practically any height (ramc (mnished. Victors load the cycling world. JIci.l l^r catilo^u;. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. Maker:: cf Victor Bicycles uid Athlatia Goods. COSTON. CHICAGO. DrTROIT. new VORS. DENVER. PACiriC COA3T. KAN FRANCISCO. t-OQ ANOCt.CS. fCKTLAIIO. Clinch Valley New?. HENRY & WWICHT, Props^ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage; paid, one year. ?1.00 .By mail, postage puitl, six mouths, .J<0 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Kutoreil at tho Tazewoll (Vn.) pootof lire as second class matter. Fill I) AY, - - PMH. 8, I8W?. TitK suggestion of our licpubti cun friends that the present trou? ble i< a deficiency in tho revenue which should be met by a return to McKinley tariff is mot by two answers: first: Instead of n delleiency in assets, there is in the. Treasury a neat littlo surplus of &?O,00(MM)0, which is available lor expenses, bnt not for g...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 15 February 1895

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, and kvekttiuxo d8lo-s?jiso in A Family Grocery Stor? BUSTON & SONS. vol;l."no."7 LOOK OUT!!S 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. 1 vSIMMONS WVER REGULATOR .LH. Zeilin & Co., Philad'a, Pa HUMILIATING I5LOOD DIS? EASES. Humiliating blood diseases can bei cured. This is not a theory; it is n fact. Cures are being made every day, though they are not made in a] day. Tbe reason why so many suf f -r without hope is because tbey have j linen so often induced to try iuipoa i-ible remedies. The man wbo biits tl at a blood disease can be cured by ii local application or operation in a fraud. '1 here is but one way, the blOiid must he purified. When that i~< done the disease disappears. The...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 15 February 1895

I.E CLOVKIi ULOSaOM. sleops within a c.tskot rnro ?Tis twlno.1 ti'jout withia ribbon fair, Aiid just oao stran I of sMuia< hair? y Tint llttlo elovjr blos.su ?. *.. Onesolaca swout rumaius a-rlot-i Fron youthful pleasure's wit'icre I beam It w t>;e? icraln lov Ts early tlr.ta u? j That llttlo clover blossom A llttlo elover bloisoai 'Tis nr.ught at all lo yoa, But inoro tban gol.l Or goats untol.l I prlza Us fa lo t liu ?. It breathes of morn an 1 mountain Itroo'x', Of blrJs au I be? an I flo.vlti : im'.s: - "Iis worth a world or musty bo j ;s That little clover blojsom. I prlsu it most of all I sen J'.eo-.im it brings ia irirlis'i -fieri Th? bonuio lasa who g.iv i it mu? That llttlo clover blOMO in. A llttlo clovor lilossa.-n II wittMs ii yf >n Ir'. ii t pcw.T; ' No wor.ls <? in toll Iis saero.l sp ill ? That llttlo r.idotl llow r. -??mual JT. Peek, lu Atlanta Joitritn'. A MISUNDKRS 1'ANDINfc l^^ihTE world ia full til s\ R m is ii nil urstn ml Now, n inismidcr m^m$m Hnmi...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 15 February 1895

WOMAN'S. WOULD. TliEASANT IjITKRATUKK FOB FKHIN1N10 KEAD15KS. A BOOK BROKER. Ono hardworking woman in Jhis town earns lior living at least in part as a book broker. Uor specialty is Americans, and by' an industrious study of catalogues, a laborious in? spection of old books, maps, aud n sharp outlook upon tho needs of libra? ries nud other book buyers, she is able to buy nud sell a considerable number of valuable books in tho course of a year. It is n neat little specialty thnt needs only careful looking after to be developed into something considera? ble.?Now York Sun. THE SASH. Tho sash is again revived nnd can bo brond or narrow, to suit tho wearer's fancy. It tios nt tho back or at tho side, but hits a place on every chic gown. The revival of the sash is due to tho Dircctoiro period cravat. A woman will soo something that looks protty i? ono placo and will chaugo around and try tho saino thiug in niauy places. Thus sho took tho cravat, "stuck" it in tho bnok or at the side, saw ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 15 February 1895

arc the product of ?k?lcd workmen, and rank with Victor Bicycles in quality. We taakc the best base? balls, baseball bats, base? ball gloves and mitts, tennis rackets, tennis balls, tonnt. r.ets. racket presses, racket cases, boxing gloves, football:., football suits, football and gymnasium shoes, gymnasium supplies, sweaters, etc. Wo guarantee better goods for less money than asked by other manufacturers. If your local dealer docs not "keep Victor Athletic Goods, write for our iliustxatcd catalogue-, OVERMAN WHEEL OO. MaUci . ??' Vtetor HkvcIcs pad AthliAta G-jod.*. 'UOBTCH. CHICAGO. DETROIT. NCW rUiOs.. DENVER. PAr.t--- -oA".f. t?AN FrjRNCtCOO. LOO --.NCEI.f-V PORTLAND. <. Ii sic 1 i ValJey No%v&. HENRY & WRICHT, Props. TEBMS OF SCB8CH1PTI?N: (fn Advance.) l>y muH. postage paid, one year. $1.00 Ur mail,-pottage paid, six months, .60 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Kntered al Ahe Taxe well (Va.) postof flee aa second cbws matter. l-UIDAV. ? - KKB 15, 1S!...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 22 February 1895

flOUR, SAIT, GROCERIES, AMD EVKBYTIUS'Q ?Ff^oyOIKa IK 4 Family Grocery Store BU9TON&80NS. VOL. L. NO. 8 / THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR BABER&TURPIN, ?p90Turt.nnif) mo\\ poojj pun A\ori hoou.j ?va naM3ivi 'MW] 'OlOHrJ 11 oj. oo! : i ! SHJY'^OXOHcI; ______noA '? WOODLAWN Stock Farm, | JAS. O'KEEFFE & SONS, PROPS.' Tazewell Va Henry ?owen, 21543 Rv Aparka. son of Onward. Bay bone, blaek po uts. Fee, (26.(10 Limited to fifteen mares. Tazewell Wilkes, lly Red Vyilkee. Dam by Mark Diamond. Ray horse. blaek points. Fee, (10.00. THOROUGHBRFD STALLION j Joe Miller, Hired hy Luke Blackburn. Pant by Imp. Ronnie Scotland. Man a kept on gr <aa nt $2 06 p' r month. Tee. $15.110, money due >? hen mare, in known to he in foul. Not responaibla for uccidriits. Beet eure tnkou of marca. ; The above horaee can be found at the Fair Grounds after April lat. rPHtJSTEKVi SALE OF VALUABLE 1 PROPERTY IN THE TOWN OF HIGHLANDS, VA. By virtue of a deed of trust executed by ThoB. C. Harris dated ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 22 February 1895

More "money is paid for the brass bands than for tho sohools of tho Ar? gentine Repubiio. Tho wild oherry which grows nil over Missouri is said to rank next to mahogany in value. It cost four times as muoh to govern Amerioan cities as is spont for tho samo purpose in English oitios, tho Ohioago^Herald estimates. A proprietor of a dairy farm, nonr London, is said to have recontly tried to pump tho milk through pipes to ' the city, aud thus savo tho cost of carriage_ Professor Charles L. Doud oxprcsscs the opinion that tho world's greatest men are all half crazy. Ho says that an ordinary man who is perfectly Bano attracts no attention and is a mere nobody._ Tho Sultan of Turkey has ordered that French hereafter shall bo a com? pulsory part of tho course in Turkish now at collogos. Heretofore, it is said, foreign languages in these institu? tions wero forbiddon. Anothor American trans-continental railway is approaching completion, It will connect tho two South Ameri? can seaports, Buen...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 22 February 1895

General Sale. ? Among Baron HausBmaon's re col. lections of hla earlier experience as a public administrator, is one of an in? terview with CosLmir-Porior, grand, father of the French President, not long before that much lamented statesman died, in 1882, of cholora. Young Haussmann bad been making on ofll cial tour of the distriotof Poitiers, and on hio return to Paris was summoned before Caslmir-Perier, who had recently become President of the Council. The young man had to answer a thousand questions, many of them of a.-delicate nature?about the condition of political parties in tho department, tho possible influonco of tho adminis? tration in tho legislative elections, und so on. In the course of the conversation something was said about the wife of one of tho prefects, whereupon young Haussmann spoko warmly of her do? mestic virtucs^with which ho had been greatly impressed. "Oh yes,"'said M. Casimir-Pcrlor, "but she is too common a body for a town which contains so many woll-brcd...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 22 February 1895

? .PROMINENT NOftroi k. v , . bcpl i.ii vr5, i v: J I TW? I?. to certify that tlicKh-clmpoIsa I?. In j Ltuy judgment, a marrclou* Instrument l??r. [ roilevmi; Olm-nse*? partlcu.urK tome *>t Iii? ] ' throat, bowelj. etc. t wrote ton friend Hint; M would not 1k> wrthoui mini. fnrSI.O.Oir I< I teulil ivA ?<?: an .Out. II Is a vuIiiiiImc Irnv-1 k clinic I'MtiHuu.'i. Nearly all-wholu 1 Im**.. | i tcctt o? It ?im-aIc In Elmrlnu n rim ot Us i Ipjworn. M. II. WHAltTON, : Pastor oT l-Yrcrgaiioli St. U.ii?ii>t Cburrh. IJ0TDTO1, V*.. July 7. I1*.*.. Overwork thorouKhly prootrnled mo. Kur : in.- yean 1 did my profostiiouul work nt a .:r,-nt <l l.iulvnntnxc; could uot concentrate nn inin.I Coiisull.-'l the inn*t eminent phy sluluus and f|K.xl:illst? ?Ithcui relief. In tlespo ration I concluded to try tho Kleclro imiIsc ; dropped nil olucr mneafea. nnd bow. t.rter a yenr. I Hud inyocir Iu Jjetitr health ?iwn for twelvo rears. W. E. IIOJIKS. Ju.Ikv Mw7H,lenhurc Couiity Court. IND...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 March 1895

nOtf?., SALT, GROCERIES, AND BTKBTTUIXil EtLOKOIKQ IN A Family Grocery Store, IU9T0N&S0N8. VOL. L, NO. 0 " THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR BABER& TURPIN, PQGftHONTAS, VA. pUB MO'T SODt.1 j aVA 113MB2VX 'MM 'oiOHrj Ya oxoo SMYIIflOIOM i WOODUWN Stock Farm, JAS. O'KEEFFE & SONS, PROPS, Yuzevvell Va Henry Boweri, 21513 Br A parks, ion of Onward. Bay borne, blnok points. Fen, $25.00 Limited to fifteen marts. Tazewell Wilkes, By Red Wilkes. Dam by Mnrk Diamond. Bay horse, black points. Fee, $10.00. THOROUGHBRED STALLION Joe Miller, Hired by Luke Blackburn. Dum by Imp. Bonnie Scotland. Meres kept on gr us st $2 00 p'-r month. Fee, $15.00, monoy dnn w hen mnre is known to be in fosl. Not responsible for accidents. Best cn.ro taken of mures The above horses osn bo fount st the , Fair Grenada after April 1st. rpmjSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE 1 PROPERTY IN THE TOWN OF. RICHLANDS, VA. By virtue of a deed of trust executed by Thos. O. Harris dated the 2nd day of February, 1891. and recorded i...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 1 March 1895

TbiNow Zoalnu-liSfSriiirrs are tho niobt propcrouaJn, tho world. "Lynching in ir-aWt eiwso3 is simply a result of laolc of coulidenco in law," soys tho Columbus (Ohio) Disputoh. Tbo Connecticut Supromo Court has decided that ponBiou funds, though deposited iu u bank, cnuuot be attached for debt. Only ten per cent, of tho soldiers recruited iu tho British armies hist yenr wcro Irishmen. Onco the pcr ??entngo was much larger. Tho consumption of celery iu tho United Stales is enormous-. Accord? ing to tho census of 1890 there arc nbuut 10,000 acres devoted to celery market gardening in this country. Tho electricity used on trolley rail? roads goes into tho ground and woak cusgasand water mains. The genius who will discover a method of return? ing tho fluid to tho power houses will becomo a millionaire at once, declares tho New York Mail and Express. Lord Salisbury says that the popu? lar agitation against t he British House of Lords is not likely to effect any? thing for a long while t...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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