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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 April 1895

MATCH TRUST PROFITS. A GREAT Bid IMPOSITION ON THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. Millions Put Into tho Pockets or a Gigantic Monopoly by a Turin Sop?Conflicting Statements of the Trust's Ofllccrs. The Mutch Trust (Diamond Mntoli Co.) has a capital of 89,000,000?about one-half wator. Its annual report, made publio on February 0th, shows Bl,373,084 profits for 1894. In 1893 this samo trust "declared regular and special dividends amounting to $1, 612.C00. Within a few weoss it has increased its capital to $11,000,000. This is the third or fourth increase since 1888, when the trust was incor? porated with $6,000,000 capital, i These enormous profits have been mndo in spite of the foot that the trust closed all but about thirteen of its thirty-one mills in 1883, nnd has since been bnying compoting plants at high prices, tho most. oi which it promptly closes. McKinley encour? aged this trust with a duty which equalled thirty-four per cent. Tho jWilson bill loft only twenty per cent. It should have rem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 5 April 1895

tKDJGES" V o IYI I Mr. O. W. THROCKMORTON, of Danvlllo, says i *' I havo n?cd the Eloctropolso for rix months for indlgcstioD, LUboainIa-,<fic. KlucvJocmi tncacod Its uso I haw etopped all other treatment; have gained ton pounds in weight; am thoroughly cured of constipation, ond .?*' feel better in every ^ P ? way." We ask that yon will drop u? a card for a descrlptlro book of tbfl "C*r*t ?A*i? alt rim fallt." Which, whh consultation blanks, terms, testimonials nnd other Information is sent fret! to any address. ELECTEOLIBBAtTON CO.. 346 Fourth Avanne, New York. Ts ICTO BICYCLES HIGHEST GRADE SIoNESTLY MADE For* beauty, strength, lightness, durability nti<l ear.y running qualities, no Other1 bicycle can equal the Victor. Buy a Victor and know yon liavti the best. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. Miner. IN. btTnoiT. san rnANCisco. it Vlslur tlicyclek and Athletic Cooil-. vona. ? sCirlc coin. L06 ANGELES. Clinch Valley New?. .1. RANDOLPH HENRY, I ?,.???? KD. 1.. WRIGHT, t 1 TE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 April 1895

FLOUR, SALT, gftOCHHES, /i f asd kvebttuikg uklokoiko in a Family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS. VOL. L ?0."15 JOHN L BABER. WALTER J. TURP1N. Baber & Turpin, WHOLESALE km BETA5L MERCHANTS. Our line of Spring and Summer Good haver arrived, and in announcing them wo ere glad to loll the good people of Hub seetioti that prices aro lower than over, don't fail to examine our stock nod get our prices before buyiug, we can save yon froni 10 to 25 per ceut. on everything you may want. Kememter we hnvo SHOES AND SLIPPERS of ull kinds, from the sharpest to tho widest toes. Our Grocery Department is full and complete, and the reason wo can sell cheaper than our competi? tors is that we buy in oir lots, and by doing so wo savo money on tho quan? tities as well us on freight. Wo also handln COUNTRY PRODUCE in large quantities. If you have anything to sell write us for prices. OUR MOTTO: "fair and honest dealings with AlL mankind." Yours to serve, p. 0 BOX S3 b ""H3 &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 April 1895

It boginBto look to Pusk as it tho Cbino&o woro about drivon to tho wall. ? t MomborH of tho Now York Aondomy ol Modiciuo havo indorsed tho bioyclo nsnu oidto health and abonoflt in dis? ease. ______ Says tho Ohioago Tribuno : "Police? men io Wnskingtou uro shooting owls hecauso theycnt English sparrowB. For vilo iugrntitudo this takes nil tho pro miuniB._ Tho new nionsuro of religious lib? erty in Hungary shows what tho Now York Independent cnllB "a gratifying movement of thought in Eastern Europe." During; tho fifteen yonrs of its exist enco tho Mississippi ltivcr Commission bos spont ?24,000,000 on tho improve? ment of tho chauuol between St. Paul and Now Orleans. A two-story church has been built by tho Government nt tho Soldiers' Homo near Leavouworth, Kan. Tho ground iloor is for tho uso of tho Cath? olics, nnd tho upper story for tho rrctcstauts. Tho lose of cotton by tiro during shipment iH very largo each year. By a new method tho cotton is to bo baled nnder pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 April 1895

A WOMAN'S ITEBYES. TUB STOUT OVA WOMAN TO WHOM NOISB WAS TOttTDUB. I'rMirntcd by tho Lrim Bxdtnncal I'h VHicInn r. Hit Tiled II j- Ilcr Omtm. (.From the (fate City, Seokvk, Xotoo.) Mrs. Helea Meyers, whoso homo Is at 3615 Vornon nvenuo, Chicago, aud whoso visit to Kookuk, la., wilt long- bo remembered, was at oae time a HI lot od with a nervous malady which at times drove hor nearly to distrac? tion. "Those torrlblo headaches or? a thing Ot the pnst," sho said tho other day to a Gate City representative, "and there la quite ? Story In connection with it too. "My nervous syatom sualnl tied n great shook some fifteen yors ago, brought on, I bollovc, through too much worrying over family mutters, and thoa allowing my love for my books to got tho bettor of my discretion whore my health was coaoornod. Why, whenever my aftnlrs at homo did not go nlong just as I expected, I would invarlnbly become pro-it rated from the. oxcltomcnt and I woald consldor myself fortunate lndoodlt the offoolB ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 12 April 1895

VOU THAT SUFFER, TRY SOMETHING NEW. II medicine h.-.s not helped jou, sen ! lor our oircubrs s<r.4 learn of something that It bot tor thin drugs Cr plcsters, which conquers disar:?. restores health and preserves II. 8? AWKUABTJI 8TRKXT, Rrrnuoxp. Va., Not. 50, iw Devrt Sir?Vivo month* iu,-" I ??< (.Ii:'-:! ?Uli H-lailo rln imiatlnn. I bed medical mlrivv. l-ut t-o-iT-t um i.t.in.1 the m.sllclne.'. i ol ("r ovo m. nilis I w nroititucd nnd Mlttwtu Ihi-tit.Mt ereri:c!.-it In)-p:\ln. ui.-.'il.vy a fi lr:id advised the trial <<t your Eleo UOpoMe,BO I reported lo thai a,i a IMI h.|... I hail ni.lv u-c.l It ore month ?heu I I >. v-t' '*> '...'<!? iUiout tl'o *m'iist-o:i fl Mtfiu'-i. uud r.".\ I hnv,?, uttr.dv v.-cover* u and um ?-?? i'.v Itu- Ih-U-i hi-r.ltti ihr-.n I havo for many year?. I Kindly losttry to It-; nierltsuud cannot In a -mal: cpace -ay rnoush In ;.-aisei'I II. . ?S1 i. " riirc- ic*en u.7 ib-.- /..;/...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 19 April 1895

FIAUMALT, GR??ERES, ARD BYKBYTKIMQ BELOXOlMa IN A family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS. VOL. L. NO. 16 frOrlN I* BAUER. WALTER J. TURPlN. Baber 8c Turpin, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS. Our line of Spring and Bummer Good have- arrived, and iu announcing them we nro glad to tell the good people of this section that pricen are lower thau ever) don t fuil to examine our stock and get our priceB before Luyieg) we can save you from 10 to 25 per cont. on everything you may want. Uemetnler we have SHOES AND SLIPPERS of ull kiuds, from the sharpest to the widest toes. Our Grocery Department is full and complete, and the reason we can aell ohnnper than bur competi? tors is that we buy in cv lot*, and by doin;; so we Bave money on the qunn tities au well as on freight. We also bundle COUNTRY PRODUCE in large quantities. If you have anything to sell write us for prices. OUR MOTTO: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH Ail MANKIND." Yours to serve, r. o. box 83 BABER & TURPlN, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 19 April 1895

Btatiatios'show thnt as a Nation of olive eaters wo aro coming up to tho European record. Cold etorogo may bo said to mako our Oamo laws ridiculous, romarlca tho Now York Advertiser. Tho British Houso of Lords has ruled that a man was at liberty to pruno troos which overhung his estato from a neighboring estate Statistics rocontly published in Eng? land go to provo conolusivoly that crimo has decreased iu direct ratio with tho spread of popular oducati?n A noted New York novelist thinks that only works of psychological in? terest will Burvivo tho ravages of timo. If pne wants immortalit y ho must write on some bouI problem. ' By tho canalization of tho Soino and improvements in tho Sovcrn ' a lino of steamers is now nblo to ply between Paris nnd Worcostor, England. Tho now trndo already shows signs of being profitable. "Twenty millions of people in tho Congo Frco State nro caters of human flesh," said Mr. Mohun, United States Commercial Agent, in n recent inter? view. That is about ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 19 April 1895

'HE U. S. dally rep ing Powd others in leavenin It is the best and ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO AN AFRICAN KINO. Ho I.nughs Heartily at tho First White Woinnu He Kver Saw. The following la an extract from n letter, written by a French lady in Sen? egal and published in a Paris news? paper, referring to a visit to Klug Bc hanzin of Dnhomey on board tho Sc gond: "The king, followed by live wives and four children, of whom ono Is a handsome boy, then enme forward In a Bilk mantle striped with black nnd blue nnd elegnntly draped. Ills bend was bare, nnd bo bad on his feet snn dnls held on by crossed bnuds embroid? ered I q wools of ninny colors. Ho smok? ed a large ebony pipe, the bowl nnd shank of which were circled with sil? ver. His French Is limited to 'bon Jour* nnd 'ami,' nnd I nm the first white womnn he ever saw, nnd the sight of me astonished him. Uo nt first gazed at me, then roared with laughter, and, when ho bud laughed till he was tired, looked around nnd nsked where my husband w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 19 April 1895

? * PROMINENT VIRGINIANS * ? KoHfulki Vi, September 9, is$i This I? to certify thnt lue FJcctr?twl? Is. In C mr Judgment, n marvelou-i Instrument fur [ relieving dlscasc'-pnrtlcularry tboxo uf the ? throat, bowels, ?ic. I wrote, to a friend tli.it ? l would not M without mlno toi tl.QOlf I ? could not get another. It I? u valuable IrnV I c:iug ccmimnlon. .Nenrljr all whom I hnv > s<cn use " . powers. BOtutoj?, V*., July 7,15M. OrenroTk thoroughly prostrttM n?. Kor nluo jrar; I tlld my prufOMlonal work, at n ?rent disadvantage; cnuld not oon<*ntrnte mr mind. Consulted the most emlucut pliy Klrlans and specialists without relief. In ik'fpemllon I concluded to try the tlectro. rolMi; dropped all other remedies, and now, after a year, I And myself In better health than for twelve years. W. F. IIOMtl, JudKC-sIeokleDourx County Court. INDORSE THE ELECTROPOISE* No sufferer can afford to disregard the proven claims of this wonderful Instrument. All Informati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 26 April 1895

ftl?ftt salt, GnDGiiilii AND EVBBYTHINQ BEXOXOINa IS A Fam.ly Grocery Store, &USTQN & SONS. f?L. L. NO 17 john L UABRli WALTER j T?HP1N. Baber St Turpin, Wholesale and retail merchants. Our line of Spring and Summer Good have arrived, and in announcing them we are glad to tell the good people of this section that prices are lower than ever, don't fail to examine our atock and get our prices before buying, we can save you from 10 to 25 per cent, on everytbiug you tuny want. Remember we bare SHOES AND SLIPPERS of all kinds, from the sharpest to the widest toes. Our Grocery Department is full and complete, and the reason we can sell cheaper than our-competi? tors is that we buy iu cir lots, and by doing bo we save money on the quan? tities as well as on freight. We also handle COUNTRY PRODUCE in large quantities. If you have anything to sell write us for prices. OUR MOTTO: "fair and honest dealings with all mankind" Yours to serve, P. o. box 83 baerb &am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 26 April 1895

In railroad building, 180 i was tbo lackest yoor sinco tbo war, only 17G1 oiUs of new track Laving boon laid, With ton per cent, ofjior popula don illitcrato tbo St. Louis Stur-Say ngs thinks Illinois does wisely in en? forcing her child-labor laws. Thoro aro enrolled in tho i>ublio ichools of this country thirtoon and >no-holf millions of pupils (13,4S8, ?72.) Of "theso moro than one-half iro boys. Mayor Curtis, of Boston, nt tho din? ier of tho Chuuuing Club in Boston recently, said that ho beliovcd young non should tako a docpor interest in political affairs. It is near time, exclaims tho New fork Sun, that soiaothiug was done to put a stop to that prevailing nuisance, tho infant phenomenon. Wo havo hud ?nougli of him nnd her. An Italiau bacteriologist says that old age is caused by tho prescueo in tho tissues of "old-ngo bacteria," and ho acscrts that whou some method of expelling these bacteria has been dis? covered man will become immortal. Tho firo losse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 26 April 1895

ncst er All To cleanso tho system In a gentlo and truly Mbeflclal infuinor.when tho Springtime comes, uso tho truo end perfect romedy.Syrupof Figs Ouo bottlo tt111 answer for all the family nnd costs only GO cents; tho larro slzo$l. Try It sad ho pleased. Manufactured by tho Califor? nia Fig Syrup Co. only. millonalro Btnrlu \r.-\s n pcddlor. If nftllcted with eorceyesuso Dr. IsaacThomp ?on'sEyo-watcr. Druggists soli at 25c por bottlo The ?i e-ilest (ledical Discovery of the Age. KENNEDY'S DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS., lias discovered In ono of our common, pnaturo weeds a romody thnt euros every kind of Humor, from tho worst Scrofula down ton common pluiplu. Send for Hook. Maniatcc, Mich., Feb. 14, 1805, Dr. Kenned;/, Dear Sir : fain (he little boy you sent the Discovery to about six weeks ago. I used two bottles and also (ho salve. When I bey tin to use tho medicine my sores were as targe as a quarter of a dollar, and now (hey arc as large as a (cn cent piece and J feel much b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 26 April 1895

Cures ? Liun oll d? faili." ADDRESS Elcctrolibration Company, 345 Fourth Ave., New York. 'After many years' terrible suffering with ' Nervousness, Liver and Kidney trouble and 5 Insomnia, which medicine failed to relieve, I \ was cured by the ElkctropoisiS." Mrs. Chas. Minnick, Amsterdam,Va. to read al)ouL the Electropoise and how it cures Indigestion, Nervousness, Constipation, Insomnia) Displacements, Irregularities, Ulcerations, Inflanb liiations, and the lnnulrcd and one horrors in tiic train of Female Troubles P"'1 llic product of skilled Workman- ilnil rank with Victor Bicycles in quality. Wo make? the best base? balls, baseball bats, base5 ball gloves and mitts-, tennis nickels, tennis balls, tennis hots, racket presses, racket cases, boxing gloves-, football-;, football suits, football anil gymnasium shoes; gymliasiuin supplies, sweaters, ele. We gll?rant?C better gOdosS for less money than asked by other manufacturers- )( your local dealer does not keep Victor Athletic (ioo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 2 May 1895

f L??R, SALT, GROCERIES, AND KV BUY TU I NU BELONGING IN A jkamily Grocery Store. BU3TQN & SONS. ' JOHN L. BABElt Baber & Ttirpin, WHOLESALE ANB RETAIL MERCHANTS. Our line of Spring and Summer Good havo arrived, and in announcing them we are glad to tell the good people of this section thut prices are lower than ever, don't fail to examine cur stock and got our , prices before buying, we can save yon from 10 to 25 per cout. on everything you may Tvant. Remember we huvo SHOES AND SLIPPERS of all kinds, from the shnrpest to the widest toos. Our Grocery Department is full and complete, aud the reason we can sell cheaper than our compoti tora is that wo buy in otr lota, and by doing bo we save money on tho quan? tities as well as ou freight. We also bundlo COUNTRY PRODUCE in large quantities. If you have anything to sell write ua for prices. our motto: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH ALL MANKIND " Yours to serve, P. o. box 83. i BAERB & TURPIN, P0CAH0N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 2 May 1895

/ Thoro woro at tho*Sfaat consiiB only 563,833 porEons who could not ex? press themselves with m?ro or less Quoncy in tho English language. /' Tho Unitod States Supremo Court has decided that tho recorded testi? mony of a dead witness cannot bo im? peached at a rehearing of tho easo. Professor Charles A. Briggs doolarcs that "no roligions organization in his? tory has enjoyed snob a marvelous growth as tho Salvation Army in so short a timo." Tho extronio Northwest would scorn to bo in a fearful condition. Beef at two conts a pound; dressed at tour cents. Labor at fifty conts a day, and tho St. Louis Star-Saying descries no signs o? improvement. A miuinturo Qospol of St. John has boon issuod to tho Japanese troops measuring 1] bylj inchos. It wns specially propnred on very thin paper by tho tbreo Biblo societies nt work in Japan?tho British and Forcigu, tho American, and tho Scottish. Tho avcrngo coht of power for tho manufnoturo of a barrol of flour in Minneapolis, Minn., is said to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 2 May 1895

Good Blood Produces good health, because it easily ex? pels the gonns or disease and does not permit them to bo nourished and developed? lu tho body. As a blood purifier and health givoi Sarsaparilla Has No Equal. Marvellous 1a. Cure Seldom Equallod in Medical History ?II Other Troatmont Fallod Hood's Snronpnrilla Cured. "Jly wlfo sprnlnod hor ank In ton years ago. It apparently got well to ull outward appear? ance, It being a littlo larger than tho othet ankle, but lu a fow months throe sores broko out on hor knee, hor ankle,, und foot. Thoy bceamo Largo Running Ulcers and tho doctor could not do auythlng to help. I thon took my wlfo to the hospital and tho surgeous sera pod all the flesh rouud tho soros, and said they would get well. They almost hcnlcd up, t ut soon two littlo spooks came, ono on eno.h Sldo of tho first sore. The doctors said tlioy would not amount to any? thing, but in a fow clays they turned out to be moro ulcers, and in a short timo they had eaten into tho orig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 2 May 1895

O 2. ? .* ? Cures when nil else falls." " There's a sail in sight even on the ocean You've tried everything?medicines your Don't give up of your misery. oj friends iuive recommended, eminent physicians and special is ists, change of scene ?ivd. climate the Ei.KCTRoroisE. Now, r56tii^| stick to the old schools throng mi but you have not tried jbfl'l be bigoted. Don't prejudice. Ho generous ?j to yourself. Use the Electropoisc. You will bo cured us i* others have boon. Write us for descriptive book. Ci a 83 EtECTHOLIBHATIOli CO., 345 Fourth Avanuo, Tfotv York. ?cooGCtsevtcftCooccncc-Tcc? vec'---: c-? b ? ?? 2 j (l I 3 6> I 1 1 ? jLiA o i i-E FlC a:-?-. the product of skilled Workmen, and i".im!< with Victor Dicycles in quality* Wli make th<: best base? balls, baseball bats, base? ball glovesand mitts, tennis rackets, tennis balls, tennis nets, racket presses, racket cases, boxing gloves, footballs, football suits, football arid gymnasium shoes, gymnasi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 May 1895

_ Mm, salt, groceries, g" >| AND KYKUYTHIKO UELOXOISU IN A I 1 ~B Family Grocery Store, ^1 J'\ A I BUSTQN & SONS. VQL. L NO. I_ JOHN L. BARER. WALTEK .!. TURpjtN, Baber & Turpin, WHOLESALE MB RETAIL MERCHANTS. Oar lino of Spring and Summer Good hnvo arrived, and in announcing them we are glad to toll tlio good people of this section that, prices are lower tlmu over, don't fail to examine our stock and get our prices before buying, wo can save you fioin 10 to '25 per cent, on everything you may want. Remember we bavo SHOES AND SUPPERS . of ull kinds, from the sharpest to tlio widest toes. Our Grocery Department is full and complete, and tlio reason wo can sell cheaper than our competi? tors is that we buy in cir lots, and by doing BO wo savo mouoy on the quan? tities us well as On freight. Wo also bnudlt) COUNTRY PRODUCE in largo quantities; If 3-ou have anything to sell write us for pricos. OUR MOTTO: "FAIR Afifi HONEST DEALINGS with Ail R1ANK8ND "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 10 May 1895

Ono of every eighteen inhabitants of Germany is if soldior. Onr exports to Gormony of hoof, pork, hams, lard, bultor and seeds foil off fifty per cent, last year. It is estimated that tho dry season of 1894 left a territory of 200,000 square miles iufestod with tho Russian thistle. _ Morocco is within sight of civilized Europe, but o journoy of a day iuto tho interior carries tho traveler into savagery as wild and liorco as any in Central Africa. Androw Carnegie, tho author of "Triumphant Doinoerncy," Bays it is n crime for any man to dio a million? aire. To give one's superfluous wealth away while nlivo is tho course ho ad? vocates. It is estimated that private gifts to educational, religious and charitnblo purposes during the year 189-1 ag? gregated 819,907,110 against 833,819, 800 in 1898. For a year of very bad times in business this showing cf 1891 is considered by tho Atlanta Consti-. tulion remarkably good. The advance of natural history with? in the last hundred years has be...

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