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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 10 May 1895

HO KnftW Too-Much, , "Mr. Smarte." said tho head of tho flrni, "I happened to overhear your criticisms, this morning, of tho manne? In which business In carried on here, you appear to he laboring under a mistaken idea. As a matter of fact, wo aro not running tills house to niake money. Not at all. We carry on this business Blmply as a school for the Instruction of young men. But as you scciu to know so much more about business than we do, it would be only wasting your tlmo to keep you here. Tho cashier will 6ettle with you. What Is our loss Is your gain."?Boston Trau scrlut. . Illpolar a Ii ti r vent. "It's the- woret season for dampness I over saw," said a traveler on a train. "Yes," au n we red a man of big words, "it's tho Buper saturatlon of tho atmosphere from fogs and vapors; lh- o eausj too muoh molsturoand sloknees follows." "Maybo'tls,but, as I said, It Is the worst sooson for wet and for such complaints as rheumatism, nouralglu, fnoo nobo. hoadaoho, toothache and tho like....

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. — 10 May 1895

A New and Scientific Discovery For the Cure of Disease Without Medicine.. Urttgs ami Halt eines /jure firl.l errlualm stray for ages. iiow comes a Klneleentli Cvntf.ry Stjstrtit of Curo?Oxyycn by Absorption, llcv. I,, n. WnAHTOx, an r.blc Drofcasnrot Wllllniii and Mary Coilo;;o, writes Hint ** the Elect ropolse ImsirlviMi mi- grn'litnl end itri'tit jvllcr rn.in Insomnia nu.I lmll. Rivitinii, ami in teucliliii; I liavunut felt iikh ?i .i.-iin ;i wlilchall loschen under. Ft and. "Mrs. Wliirtnn hrttuvl It aim with deelded boneOt, bolus ittroimcr and freer ttoni liver tronblo thuu fur Dftvon yean." Wrlto vs for Dosoriptlve Uook, with Terms, Tostlmoninla, Consulta? tion Blanks, Aa-FREE, ELEOTROUEEATIOir CO., 3d5 Fourth Avenue, Kcw York. IS rH njrjxn jTJTJTTLnjTn jrjxf uu ICTOR 1 S^oPS ?H& a;- -, the product of skilled workmen, ;in<l rank with \ ictor Dicycles in quality. Wo make the best base? balls, baseball bats, base bail gloves and mitts, tenni; rackets, tennis balls, tenni ; ...

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. — 17 May 1895

HOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, ?*> ?- AND KVEKYTUIXQ UtXO.NOlNG IK A Family Grocery Store, 6UST0N & SONS. VOL. L. NO. 20 JOHN L. BABER. WxVLTER J. TURPIN. Baber & Turpin, Oar line of Spring nod Summer Good hnvo arrived, and in announcing them we are glad to toll the good peoplo of this section lliat. prices are lower than ever, don't fail to examine our idoek anil get our prices before buying, we can save you fiom 10 to 25 per cent, on everything you may want. RemoniLer we have SHOES AND SLIPPERS of all kinds, from the ubarpest to tlio widest toes. Our Grocery Department is full and complete, and the reason we can sell cheaper than our competi? tor* i>> Unit we buy in c\r lots, und by doing ho we save money on the quun tilies ue well as on freight. Wo also handln COUNTRY PRODUCE in large quantities. If yon have anything to sell write us for prices. OU It MOTTO: ? "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH ALL MANKIND " Yours to serve, p. o. box 83. BAERB & TURPIN, POCAHONTAS, VA. S...

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. — 17 May 1895

Buffalo robes nro scaroe, but a seal? skin saoquo will soon bo a curiosity, predicts tho New York Mail and Ex? press. ___________ Moro than half of tho States in tho Union hovo incorporated in thoir statutes a provision for compulsory education. There scorns, to tho Atlanta Jour? nal, to bo a now discaso in this land of liborty. For lack of a better naiuo it is termed "tit;cmania." Gorman Mayors hnvo a playful hab? it of wnruing their peoplo by procla? mation against eating Amoricau driod apples, on tho ground that they aro dried'ou zine netting and nro poison? ous. "Moro peoplo arc dying from tho treatment of educated M. D.'s than from war, pcslilenco and famine," said, a member of tho Mnino Legisla? ture, in the conrso of n heated de? bate. In 1894 Connecticut took out one patent for every 093 of its inhabitants and Massachusetts ono for every 11135. These wero tho most inventivo States. South Cnrolinn, with ono patent for every 25,581 inhabitants, was least so. _ Recently a court...

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. — 17 May 1895

When Traveling Whether on pleasure bent, or business, take on over? trip a but tin of Syrup of Figs, us It nets most plesantly and ouTccliAely on tho kidneys. Uvor and bowels, preventing fovcnChcnduehes ond other forms of sickness. For sale lu 00cent ami f 1 bottles by nil lcadlnc druggists' If nffllcted with sorooyesuso Dr. Isaac Thomn son'sKyo-watcr. Druggists soil at 2?o per bottle A might Bye is tho sign of good health and nn alert mind, btranso that It should almost always depend on the stale of the dlgestlou, but It does. A Itipaui Tubule taken after meals give* tho little artificial help moat grown vcosio ueud. A Minnesota mnn has sued a barber for $600 damages for ruining bis bonrd. nail's Catarrh Curo la a liquid and la taken Intprnnlly, and nets directly upon the bloo<l and mucous surfaces of tho srstem. fend foi testimonials, free. Sold by Druggists, 7Sc. F. J. Cheney & Co.. l'roiw.. Toledo. O. London lins SO people whoso Incomos nro over SSCO.OOO 0 year. Plso's Cn...

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. — 17 May 1895

DO YOU RIDE A VICTOR?, The grandest outdoor sport i. cycling j the best bicycle ia a Victor, hiadc in the largest and finest bicycle plant in the world. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. Makers uf Vieler Bicycles Ji'.d Atlilciu; Qv.,u. fcOSTOfl. NEW YOHKi CHICACO. DETROIT. bEWVErt, , I'iCiriC COAST. KAN friANCISCO. LOS ANGELES. PORTLAND. Clinch Valley Newa. Props. J. KANDOIPU HENRY, i ED. 1,. WIHO LIT. ? TEKMS (IF BUBSOKIPTION: [In Advance,j By mail. postage fluid, ?m- yenr. $1.00 By mail, postage paid,'six mouths* .">0 Advertising rates furnished on .appli? cation. Entered al Mio Tnsowoll (Va.) poslof lice as bccouiI ulUBH maller. Kl! IDA V. MAY 17, isi)5. ~~YhYilut?rat? voter." He Cannot Take a Memorandum Into the Booth with Him. The following letter front Attorney General Srott is of interest lo eloc lion oflieers and the public: L'omMonwkai.tii or Vuuunia, Attorn ky Gbnbiui.'s Okvicb. liichmond, Va, May 13, '1)5. "M L. Ilootf, Mt. Sidney, Va : -Dear Sir,?Your Idler of the 1 Uli inst, is befo...

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. — 24 May 1895

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, AMD KYKHYTHINu BELONGING IN A Family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS. VOL. L. NO. 21 JOHN L. BABER. WALTER J. TURPIN. Baber & Turpin, Our liue of Spring nod Summer Good havo arrived, nnd in announcing them we are glad to tell the good people of tbiB section that prices are lower than ever, don't fail to examine our stock und got our prices before buying, we can save you from 10 to 25 per cent, on ovorytbiug you tuny want. Remember we Lave SHOES AND SLIPPERS ?ol all kinds, from the sharpest to the widest toes. Our Grocery Department IB full and complete, and the rcusou wo can sell chenper than our competi? tors is that wo buy in car lots, nnd by doing so wo savo money on tlio qunn tlties as well as on freight. Wo also bandit) COUNTRY PRODUCE in large quantities. If you have anything to stll write us for prices. our motto: "FAIR AMD HONEST DEALINGS Y/ITH A iL MANKIND" Yours to serve, P. o. box 83 ? BAERB & TURPIN, POCAHONTAS, VA. Spring Clothing for Me...

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. — 24 May 1895

Tho British Governmont lost 82, 400,000 lost year on its postal tele? graph monopoly. Tho New Bedford (Moss.) Journal has discovered that tho oldest Mason in tho Unitod StatCB ba9 already died in three. Slates since January 1. "I am impressed by two things," Bays an English oritio of tho now wo? man. "First, that Bho isn't now, and, secondly, that but for tho accident of eox, sbo isn't a woman." Some of tho Wisconsin poor officers aro going to sot tramps nnd prisouors at work on tho ronds. "This polioy has worked well whorcver tried," ns ccrts tbo Now York Recorder. Leprosy is now couccdod by nil great medical authorities to be a con? tagious disease China, India, Nor? way, Hawaii, Sweden and Brazil nro tho countries in which tho disease has tho greatest hold. Sir Benjamin Richardson, a noted English physician, thinks that 110 years is about tho normal duration of human life, and says that seven out of ten people of avcrago vitality would live to that limit if they took good enro of...

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. — 24 May 1895

Spring Medicine Ts especially important to all who uro closely confined in poorly ventilated offices and workshops. Hood's Sarsn SHood'S lMlr'""' "10 Rronl hlood. purifier, is tho stnndard S3rSapanll&HPrine medicine, " I nm a printer and tako a VHaliZBS BHr'ug mcdlcino because tho ' oloso confinement and smell The Bloodof i,,k,tftu5? ^ ? u? miwww romo impure, nnd dyspepsia, Lnst winter I hnd tho grip, and whoa I re? covered I was a mom skolelou. I took Hood's Sarsaparilla and in a short timo my nppotito bocamo bettor, nnd by degrees I could sco I was training ilosh. I can now say there Is not a mcdloiuo on tho market equal to Hood's Sarsnpurilln. I weigh 100 lbs., against 142 when I began taking Hood's Snr Baparllla." G. A. IIildiiktii, Ferry, Mich. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is tho Only True Blood Purifier And Spring Medielue. Now Is tho timo to tuko it, because now in the lime when It will do you tho most good, (lot Only Hood's. U/tnd'o. Dille S*t Imrinonioinuy with nOOu S rlllS Hood...

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. — 24 May 1895

,8p5 yicirpRBLCYCi^-j!00,00 There nrc eight Victor Models fe.r ladies and gentlemen, practically any height iiaino lurnbhcd. Victors lead the cycling world. Send lor catalogue. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. Makers of Victor Bkyclca and Athletic Goods. BOSTON. CHICAGO. DETROIT. NEW YORK. DENVER. * PACIFIC COAST. SAN FRANCISCO. LOS ANGELES. PORTLAND. Clinch Valley New?. TERMS ?>F SUBSCRIPTION: iln Advance, i By mail; pontage paid, ene year. $1.00 Bv mail, postage paid. si.\ montliH, .."i0 Advertising rates furnished ou nppli oniion. Entered at the Tuscwoll (VuO postof Doe as second class matter. nUl)AY; - ? MAY 24,185)3?. The Strike. Th?strik? continues. With few exceptions, the newspapers and people arc reaching for (luvernor OM'1 en all's scalp hick. Very just l,v, for he. uiKpiestioiiHhl.v exceeded his authority in quartering troops iu Pocftltontfts in a lime of pence and quiet, for the side purpose of protecting private property, und exhibiting the painful spectacle of Virginia'? governor ...

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. — 31 May 1895

:> HOUR, SALT, GrS??i-tiitS, AUD KVXRYTHIKO DUI.osuiNfj IN A family Grocery Store, BUSTOH & SONS. VOL. L. NO. 2 John l. baber. WALTER J. TURpTN Baber & Turpin, . Our line of Spring and Summer Oood have arrived, and in announcing thmn we nre giad to tell the good people of this section that prices are lower than ever, don't fail to cxainiuo our stock and get our prices before buying, wo cau save you fioiu J.0 to 25 per cont. on everything you moy want, iieuiemier wo have ISHOES AjND SLIPPERS of all kinds, from the auarpevt to the widest toes. Our Grocer^ Department ia foil and complele: and the reason wo cau soil cheaper than bur competi? tors is that we buy in oir lots, and by doiug eo we Bavo mouey ou the quan? tities as well as ou freight. We also handle COUNTRY PRODUCE in targe quantities. If jou have auything to Bell write us for prices. O?R MOTTO: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH Ad MANKIND" Yours lo servo, p. o. sox 83 BAERB & TURPIN, POCARONTAS, VA. Spring Clothi...

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. — 31 May 1895

- Tenement houses compriso thirty one por cent, of tho buildings in Now York, nnd fifty per cent of tho flrca in tho metropolis oeour in therm Daring the first ton months of 1894 Great Britain exported ngrioultural machinery to tho amount of $8,450, 000. A very largo proportion of this went to Russia and tho Argentine. Count Castollano, tho husband of Anna Gould, oau traco his fatnilv trco baok to its roots in tho tonth century. "So far as known, tho trco has never borno any 82,000,000 pluois boforc," observes tho Syracnao Post. Scientists now cousidor tho oxis tenco of a now clomcnt, argon, as proved hcyoud a doubt. It is an in? ert gas, forming somewhat less than ono per cent, of tho air, aud has us yet no useful task assigned to it. Tho oQicial utterances of tho Ger? man War Minister aro unusually pa? cific ibis year, admits tho Chicago Herald, but tho faot romaius that inoro thau 3000 workmen aro kept engaged night aud day iu making cartridges and other ammunition. Forts along b...

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. — 31 May 1895

One of Our Faults. One oi our greatest faults probably la that, without thinking much about It, you bore people. Gentle Anale. Qentto Annie was the girl who wont forth when the spring-time come to gather wild flowers,?daisies along the hillsides, and for? got her rubbers. She oame book with wet feet, followed by tho worst ease of neuralgia aho over had. Fortunately aho was told and had long known that' for any kind of neu? ralgia nflection St. Jacobs Oil is the most re? markable remedy ever used. All tho year round any one subject to such attooks should not fall to have It In tho house. For all nohee and pains which at all times beset us there Is nothing to equal lt. Nervo pains es? pecially are brought on by sudden change.) of temperature, but tho groat romedy, ap? plied promptly, will surely euro. Catarrh Cannot Be Cared With local nppl lent loos, as they cannot reach tho seat of tho disease. Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease, and In order to cur* ft you must take Inter...

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. — 31 May 1895

MIOHEST4 GRADE ONESTLY MADE l'or beauty, strength, lightness, durability mid easy" running qualities, no other bicycle can ccjual the Victor. Buy a \'ictor and know you have the be:;t. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. Maker* of Victor Bicycltd and Athletic Goods. NEW TORR. SON IHANCir.CO. p*cir''c coa^*. LOS AHCtLti. PORTLAND Clinch Valley News. J< RANDOLPH HENRY.| ... ED. L. WRIGHT, 1 1 * TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Un Advance.) By mail, postage paid, nnn year, S'.OO By mail, postage paid. si'< months, .5U Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at IheTasowtll (Va.) poslof floe as second class matter. KRIDA S . - - -MAY .HI ,I8Slf?. ~ our county oTt1ces~ ltK.sl'l.T OF 'MISS Kl.EOTrON'8 I.AH'r WEEK. I!e!?w w6 give, as fully as space will permit, tlte vote of Tnzewoll c?ht.*(y last week, fored'hiil.y oflloors, a* relui nod by the various election Olli curs. KiouiiANna. Com'ths Att'y, llielis, 7.". I Jams, W i-i kiuti'n, Sheriff, Crockett, Wingo, Treasurer, Lilsc, Qillenpie, MIDWAY. C...

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. — 7 June 1895

FLOUR, S?lt, GROCERIES, AMD EVKRYTHINO 1>! I.ON.ilNtl IN A . Family Grocery St?re, BUSTON & SONS. Vol. I. no. 2 j~OUN L- baber. WALTER J.TURPIN. feaber & Turpin, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS. Our line of Spring and Summer Goods have arrived, and in announcing t hum we are glad to tell the good people of tniu section that prices uro lower than over, don't fall to examine our .stock and get our prices before buying, we cau save yon fioiu 10 to 25 per cent, on everything you uinj want. Ueiuernter wo huve SHOES ANI> SMPPER? of all kinds, from the sharpest to the widest toes. Our Grocery Department Is foil and comple'o, ami the reason wo can sell chenpor than Our competi? tors is (hat wo buy in ovr l"t>?, ami hy itoiug so we save tnouey on the cjuiui lilies as well ns on freight. We also bundlo COUNTRY PRODUCE in largo quantities. If you have anything to still write us for prices. OUR MOTTO: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH Ail MANKIND" Yours to serve. P. o box 83 B?ERB ...

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. — 7 June 1895

rcalizos that sko mado n groat whon sho invontod guupowor, oxolaims tho Washington Star. For tho first tiino in tho lives ot many of them, runny of tho drought sufferers of Kansas and Nobraska aro now wearing dudo clothes of almost tho latest cut, sent by Easterners. Of tho ouo hundred and twelve School Trustees in Now York City, it seems that twenty-three, or a littlo less than twenty nor cent., uro under? takers. No other profession has any? where nenr as mnuy representatives. Tho crossing of tho buffalo witb black Oalway cattlo bus been success? fully tested at Goodnight, Texas, and other places, and has proven so profit nblo that the rahscrsof this novel breed of cattlo aro going into tho business on a largo scale. Alaska may some day bo tho sceno of a grent gold discovery liko that of 1819 in California, prodiots the St. Louis Star-Sayings. Our great nort h crn Territory has not yet been geolo? gically explored except in spots. For all that, its recorded product of gold rose fr...

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. — 7 June 1895

Protected, ,' Mrs, nicks?l don't seo tho need of baring tho roundsman In the kitchen ?very evening. Katie?Fulr, mum, I was ho ufrnid ot the cockroaches down there that 1 called for nollco protection.?New Yorfc World. In Old Age Tho vigor bo earnestly craved for Is givon by Hood's Barsaparilla, becauso it restores tho vitality and purity of the blood, aud thus strengthens and BUstainB all tho bodily organs. "I could till a nowspnper with words ot praise for Hood's Barsaparilla for it is llio boat modlclno for the bleed. I am an old rann 79 yoars of ago and I tool very thnuk U *i> f"' '" H00<''s Barsaparilla, nOOCi 8 for I believe It saved my ?JarcanartU? "r* 1 wns troubloJ TOW OdlO0|)Cilllltl soverely with my stomaeli nnd from disordered blood, RloKCS having sores en my check. Bomo thought I had a can RlOh oor ?ut food's Barsaparilla cured me. Tho palus In my Rfill Rlflftrl etounioh left me, it regulated UbU UIUJU my ,,owcl!) nlld th[lt dull fcclluK was driven away. Tho' sores ...

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. — 7 June 1895

D? YOU RIDE A VICTO&? . The grandest outdoor sport is cycling; the best bicycle is a Victor? fnade in the largest and finest bicycle plant in the world; OVERMAN WHEEL C?. Matter* of Vlctbr Blcytlea and Athlbtlc Good.. bosTON. . ... ... new tons: ..Chicago. DETROIT* DENVER. ? Metric ton sr. MHti FRANCISCO; los ArlOELES: PORTLAND. Cliiicii Valley Newa. RAr??QLf>H HENRY,). p . El). L. WRIGHT, ) "0,) "' TERMS OJ? 5?bS^WI?K: (In AilviMan.) Rr mail, pontage paid, ?ha year, SI.00 By tii'a.I, postage paid, si* mO'hthA, .50 ..Advertising' rnlos furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tasewetl (Vo.) postof fico us second olasfi matter. FBI I) A t"; - i TUWbl 7, Um. vVlvtj 6'ur Itepiiblic'a'ti fneiidtf wMio rrro' no' fond of po'intin'g to" r6' cent Repnbiftten victories, Ha fr. (ViehtioltH* that the" peopio' nift?p l'irove of recent DUHHteHMt legis? lation,' please' step Hp and tell na whether tho Virginia elections ot fast week arc a condemnation of the Wilson? Tariff Hill as a proo...

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. — 14 June 1895

f LOUH, SALT, GROCERIES, AND KVEItYTIIINtl BEL IXQIXO IN A Family Grocery Store, BUS TON & SONS. VOL. L. NO. 24 I JOHN l. 1s?beu. wal ter J. t.urpin. Baber Sc Turpin, WHOLESatE |llD RETAIL MERGHANTS. Our lino of Spring nnd Summer Goods havo arrived, and in announcing them wo are glad to tell Uta goqd people of this Bed ion that prices are lower limn ever, don't fail to examine our Block and get our prices before buying, wo cnu save you from 10 to 25 per oeut. ou everything you may want, ltcinetiibor we lmvo I SHOES AND SLIPPERS of "all kinds, from the sharpest to tbe widest toes. Our Grocery Department i$"full and complete, anil tbe reason we can sell cheaper than our competi? tor is that we buy in cnr lots, and by doing So wo Bavo money oil the quan? tities aa well as on freight. We also handle COUNTRY PRODUCE in largo quantities. If you have anything to st.ll write us for prices. OUR MOTTO: I "FAIR AND. HONEST DEALINGS WITH AlL MANKIND" I Yours to serve, p. o. box 83. rjAERB &...

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. — 14 June 1895

A reocnt trovolcr in Siboria says Ibat tbcro nro about 230 prisons in that country. To thcso about 17,000 persons bavo been sont annually for tbo last fiftoou years. A font uro of tbo Fan's exposition of 1900 will bo a sootion dovoted to tbo history of Christianity from tbo be? ginning" to tbo present day, with rep? resentations of tbo templo of Jeru? salem, the scenes of tho lifo of Christ, Pngnn nud Christian Home, Coustan liuoplo nud the lives of tho saints. John T. Johnson ie a citizen of no State. He livos on tho "flatiron" strip nf hind between Delairaro and Penn? sylvania. 'J'h is laud used to bo claimod by Delaware, but rccout surveys mnko it a part of tho bigger State. John? son is willing to pay taxes in Dela? ware, but never has, and says bo won't to Pennsylvania. The Montgomery County Times ad? monishes the "good people" of Jit. Sterling, Ky., who bavo boon in the habit of yelling "go" at overy man who runs down Mnysvillo streot to in tell a train, to cease such evidence...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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