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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 14 June 1895

Tu Clean Oll Paintings. Wipe the picture off with a soft -wet cloth, no soap, and then rub them gent? ly with n raw potnto. Potato does not remove the varnish; It simply cleanses. Chauiplonettlp. In all tho out-Jcor sports of tho season the wcathor is playing vhnniplon to knook out aud close up games. A ohango wilt come, of coureo, nnd with hot weather will come the llorcor struggle to mako up for lost time. All thLs means n greater amount of wear and tear lo Hie body, to its muscles, nerves and bones. What the datuuft? in all will ue from sprains, bruises, wounds, hurts, inflamma? tions, contusions nnd tho like, no one caa loll, but there is a championship to bo won, Important to all, to which few give sunk-lent consideration, nnd that is tho triumph over all these palus and mishaps la tho surest, promptest way. HI. Jacobs Oil is tho cham? pion roruody lor all such aliments; it does not disappoint nud never postpones u euro for auy cause whatever. Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your 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. — 14 June 1895

189?? VICTOR DECYCLE5:?$|Oft OA . ,--wsKsgvjAjr- & \jf\y9\s\j. glit Vistoir Models for Indies i fjeml fun&hed. Yjet?is lead tlio cycling world. So:: 1 r_r cculogix. ?vsrsv?aw wheML co, r.;.ik:r^ cf Victor U'.cydca c r.?BTON. v ? V CtliCAC.rj. NEW vorm. TACiri- COAST. C?ti Frt'.NCiSCO. tos ANQIXE8? practically any liuejht Clinch Valley New.,. ED. L. W.IUOUT, J tj_! T131Wis 6> S?tiSdtn&Tl?N: I In A(lv;i?ico7)'i By imii), pestiigc paid, ?110 yen >?. $1,00 By mail, postage paid, six months, .50 Advertising rates furnished <>n appli- j canon. '..I lintored al thoTnaewoll IVn.j pustcT*' Hoc a" Bccoutl eins? mat tor. 1 Vil fi) A Y.~ ? H U N K 11,1 K?"?. We Offer bnr congratulations hi the /;/?</'.'. '// v./-;//./-/* 011 itsissuej of .lime Llth. a" brin : the best u.Ufl round iVdmhci <>t ilnit e litnablc yii ? j>cr ? e h??? weil; No < jM>'ii'-. in the Situation in | tin- coal feliU TUu operiitor?. ibi sit Hist claim ihn! Iii? hack hone ol | the si t...

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. — 21 June 1895

fW?R, SALT, ?ROCER.E?, AND EVEnVTinXQ BELONGING IN A family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS. V?L. L.TO. E John l. bAber. wAlter j. turpin Baber & Turpin, Our line of Spring and Summer Goods bove arrived, nnd in announcing t-boui wo nre glad to tell tlie good pooplo of tIiis section Unit prices nil lower than everj don't fail to examine, our stock and got our prices befon buying, wo cnu save you from 10 to 25 per cent, on everything you may waut. Remember we huvo SHOES AND SLIPPERS of all Uinda, from tho sharpest to tho widest toes. Our Grocery Department is full and complote, nnd the reason wo can sell cheaper than our competi lora is thnt wo buy in cv lota! and by doing so wo snvo money on the qunii litios as well ns on freight. Wo also IiuiuIId COUNTRY PRODUCE in largo quantities! If you huvo anything to sell write us for prices. OUlt MOTTO: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH ALL MANKIND." Yours to serve, r. o. box 83 BAERB & TURPIN, POGAHONTAS, VA. Spring* Clothing for Men, ...

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. — 21 June 1895

Professor Potrio says evidences have boon found nesr Thebes of a raoo elder than tho Egyptians. Moro than ono liundrod oallings, professions and oooupations are opon to women of tho present day. There are thousands of aores of for? est laud in Kontuoky. less than fifty miles from Oinoinnnti, whiok Lave never known on axe. , Tho Suitan of Turkey is eending out Muhonimcdan missionaries to Afrios, at his own expense, to ohook tho Chria liau ndvanoo in that continent. Sousn, tboAuiorionn "MaroUKing," r-ays that in "Dio Moistorsinger" Wagner used exactly tho samo melody as "Where Did You Get That Hat?" Tho Atlanta Constitution fcols "it ii saf<2 to predict that somo of tho widows of tho soldiers of our Civil War will bo drawing pensions as far in tho future as tho year 1985 or possi? bly 2000.'J_ The JapnuoKO trnoo descent only from tho father. Thus when an aris- i tocr.at marries a plcbian wife, thoir ' children nro his equals and qnito her mporior, and nro apt to look dowu upon her....

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. — 21 June 1895

No More Slashing. It is a noteworthy fact that the rap Idly Increasing number of now books, not of poetry only, at the present hour Is accompanied by a diminution, uot on Increase, of critical severity. Oue would have supposed that at auch a period?when, to adapt tho proverb of the wood and the trees, ono can hardly see literature for the books? the critical standard would rise; that the critic would show himself more, not less, exacting, and would be moro careful, in tho Interest of tb6 render, to emphasize tho distinction between tho excellent and tbo mediocre. Yet no one can read much of tho current periodical criticism without noting that it la rather tho opposite tbat Is happening. While It Is an ob? vious and undeniable fact that the manufacture of books, as distinguish? ed from authorship, exists on an enormous scale, yet apparently tho average critic becomes moro easy to please, not less, thnn of old; as if ho cried In sheer despair to the makers of books: "Well, If you can'...

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 June 1895

DO YOU RIDE A VICTOR P Clinch Valley Now .!. KAXnnT.I'll HKNRY, I KD. L. U Uli MiT. ) 1 "'' ? TKUT.iS i it" SpTiSi :KIPTION: lln'SVdvnnco.) By mail, post. p:..id, one year. 81.00 Ily mall, l'i'.-tagc i'ai?.bix iiiiuilliti, .ftO eV 'Advertising rates l'unustiod on appli uniion. *W'r Kill, red at llio TiizowofPtg'a?.) postnf flee as second class matter.Jt" V IM DAY, .11 WAO 21, IS!!.-.. -!-^g.?L As might have -^lie^n expected, tlu- Supreme Coitrt Ibis reversed .Tiid?e (ii'lVV. ruling.in tli.) South Cniolinia ill':;:.si ration and Dispcn fn'.y eases, uii?l Uli' Wadloy eise, froin Wylltcvilj?j ;s also rovorsed 'Mit- latter was an injunction !>v Judge Paul, ol Mio Abingdon Foil oral Coin i, forbidding Hie Common wealth Attorney ol \Yythu County to prosecute II. (I. Wadlc.v forstenl i- all tl-c assets of Urn Wythcvillu IIutfkiog and Iiisuranco Company. Tin' ruling in tlie South Carol in in Registration cusc conlirins llicvnri uns Mates of this Union in the right to elect their officers...

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. — 28 June 1895

ft??R, SALT, GROCERIES, AM) BVEEIYTIIINO UELONGLHO IN A I Family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS. JOHN L. BABE It. WALTER J. TUBPIN. Babei* & Turpin, WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL MERCHANTS. Our line of Spring nnd Suiunier Goods have nrrivoil, and in announcing Ihoin we are glad lo tell the good people of this section that prices arc lower than ever, don't fail to examiue our slock and got our prices before buying, we cau save you from 10 to 25 per cout. Ou everything you way want. Kewernber we have SHOES AND SLIPPERS of all hinds, from the sharpest to the widest toes. Our Grocery Department is full and complete-, and tho reason wo can sell cheaper than our competi? tors is that, we buy in o-u- lots, and by doing so wo save money on tho quan? tities ua well as on freight. 'Wo nlso liaitdlb COUNTRY PRODUCE in largo quantities; If you havo anything to sell write us for prices. OUR MOTTO: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH AlL MANKIND " Yours to serve, l\ o. box si BAER3 & TURPINj POCAHONT...

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. — 28 June 1895

Sir Waller Foster declares the doty J f tlio British sanil angorous as that ing aotlvo service. ?f the British sanitary inspector is ao J langorous as that of tbo soldier dui Was Nordnu, a German philoso? pher, has wr.ittou a book to prove that all the world's groat geniuses hayo been, or ure, insane. The British 6ooioty writer disposes of tho Prince of Wales by saying that hie popularity is entirely with tho middle end lower olassos. Tho Louisvillo " Courier-Journal flunks tho bost iudioation of tho re? turn of bettor times is tho advance that IB being mndo in tho prices of -farm produotB aud raauufaeturcs. Tuonty-fivo per cent, of ttio Japan? eso studbnta in tho higher commercial nohool?at Tokio aro studying Spanish. Tho iTapnneso expect iucreasod com? mercial intercourse with this oountry und tho Philippind^fslnudu. Dr. William Hotchkiss, a native ol St. Loin's, died a few dnvH ago at tho nllegod.ndvancod ago of -lff>, "having survived tho city , of his birth," nut ' liciomdy ...

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. — 28 June 1895

The Clinrch and the Yonnxr Man. How hard and faithfully many clergy, men are spending thomselTcs to gather tho young men to Christ, and In great measure spending in vain, because- they labor amiss. As long as tho home Id negative, fruits will continue compara? tively small. On tho reformation of the homo In this respect we should bring steady effort to bear. "Ifthero Is to a parent one duty moro sacred than anyotber, for faithfulness In which more strict accounwffju be taken, and which will more -Mgt&usly affect a parent's eternal hope, It is this of raising children'religiously'. Its neg? lect not only robs God of 'a seed to prntso Ulm,' thwarts Uls glory In tho world, and Christ's reward for 'the travail of his soul,' but Is a most un? natural crime.against the child Itself. Will not God requite for tho deep hurt Inflicted?"?Rev. W. U. Lnlrd. Scrofula Taints Tjurk in tho blood of almost everyone. Even in its worst form, however, sorofula can bo onred by Hood's Snr sapnrilln. T...

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. — 28 June 1895

Srcd nt tho Toe nS'second elasS ?TtlDAY, lit i1! on t?pv?: <\7;i.) po'ptof i JK? er sop; fin nbaolnto necessity. As. this flection was loss affe?tcdl by the hoo*m than any other; it:, de creitse is probably loss, and rbo total I rlocrense' for tlio Ktutc, tho above | hypothesis being correct, is consider able. Below we give the figures of tbo| assessor for Jefl'crsonvillo District. 1800, 8-478,1-18.001 1S-.I5, 438,254 :t 1! Docroasc, TAZEWELI? 1890, lo'JS, 844,S93.GG $101,880.00 1(17,100.00 Increase, . 96,220.001 Tins is a w?-jr*8oiiifovtable show j?s^*r*mu(:h proporty lias depreciat ToTsinco tlio boom, and a considers-1 bin amount of improvement has boon | made to show an iucreaae instead of 1 a decroaso. Tho figures for Nor Mi Tazowoll, however, are more than creditable, | showing an increase of nearly one I hundred add fifty per COUt. [ 1890, $510.710.001 1811.7, 26,665 US Increase, $14,855.28 Tho total lignros for llio three, as givon by J. J. ?enbow, assessor, aro! 1890, $1)...

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. — 5 July 1895

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES* ARD K YKltYTH I NO BELO.NOINO IN A ?Family Grocery Store, buston & sons. VOL L N?T27" JOHN L. BABER. WALTER J. TURPlN. Baber & Turpin, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL RflERGHANTS. ?? Our line of Spring nnd Summer Goods have arrived, and in announcing them wo are glad to tell the good people of this section tbat prices are lower tbtln ever) don't fail to examine our stock and get our prices before buying) wo can save you from 10 to 25 per cent, on everything you may want. .Kernend er wo huvo SHOES AND SLIPPERS of all kinds, from the sharpest to tbe widest toes. Our Grocery Department is full and coltiplote, and the reason toe can Bell cheaper than Our competi? tors is that wo buy in riir lots, rtnd by doiug so toe save induey otl the quan? tities as well as dn freight. We also haudl-D COUNTRY PRODUCE in largo Quantities. If you have anything to sell write us for prices. OUR MOTTO: "fair and honest dealings with all mankind." Yours to servo, P. 0. cox 83 baers &am...

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. — 5 July 1895

It in only thirty years since tho first cnblo was laid under tho Atlnntio. Mexico has oheap labor, and it bids lair tobccomo a formidable conrpot. ilor in oottou growiug. Under tho new Moxionn lnw train robbers, if caught in tho act, nro to bo snmmnrily executed without tho for mnlities of n trial. The general testimony of Europcnn countries which hnvo abolished capi 1nl punh-bment is that thero has bcon no increase of crime. Northern settlers in Moore County, North Carolina, nro ranking a success | out of pinnnpplos grown in tho open air. They say thnt thoy enn raise in North Cnrolinn every kind of fruit that grows in California. A Ic&t of armored Irnius for const dofenso has been favorably rcportod on in Euglnud. Tho iden is an old one, but in tho new stylo of trnin tho cars can be anchored in a moment nud can shoot in any direction. London has maintained for many years pre-eminenco in tho fur trndo. Amciicnn nnd Rassinn buyers both visit that city to buy furs originally laken...

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. — 5 July 1895

Blessed Be Onions. One of the healthiest vegetables la tbo onion; yet, strange to say, very row people uso it as liberally as they should. Boiled onions used frequently in a family of children will wftrd of many of the diseases to which the little ones nre subject. The principle objection to the promis? cuous usu of this .vegetable is that tile odor exhaled uftcr eating is so offen? sive. A cup of strong coffee taken Imme? diately after eating Is claimed to bo ex? cellent in counteracting this effect. Although for a day or so after eating onions the breath may have a disagree able odor, yet after this time it will bo much sweeter than before. For croup onion poultices aro used with success, providing tbo child Is kept out of draughts and a sudden chill avoided. The poultices arc mado by warming the onions in goose oil until 6oft, tlieu putting them on the child's feet nnd chest ns hot as they can b? borne. 'Except In very obstinate cases, when taken In time, the croup readily yields...

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. — 5 July 1895

MIGHEST GRADE ONESTLY MADE For beauty, Strength, lightness, durability and rn-,y funnmg qualities, no other bicyclo can ecjual the Victor. Buy a Victor and know you have the best. ?VEftMAN WHEEL CO M?hern of Victor Bicyclcu and Atlllotlc Ooods. 3N. NCW VORK. CK DETROIT! DkriVERl ??AciriO coxsf. SAN FRANCISCO. LOS ANGELES. PORTLAN?. Clinch Valley Newa. .1. RANDOLPH HENRY,1 Prmi-n ED. L. WRIOHT,_( 1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: tin Advance.) By mall, postage paid, eno yr:ir. $1.00 liv muH, postage paid, sis months, .00 ] Advottising rates furnished od appli? cation. Entered at the Tasewell (Vu.) v>ostot Qoe as racoud clnsu matter. FU1DAV, - ? JULY 5, 1S-I-). BOGUS REFORM. Tun Massey-Pilot ljbcl suit lins commenced to drag its slow length along; Judging from the begin? ning, the intuTest in and import Anco of the suit, a mouth will be consumed in its Iriltl. Counsel for thu phiinlill' sprit tig ? surprise the (list ntoVo by put? ting the business malinger of 111" Pilot, Mr. Giblis, on tho...

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. — 12 July 1895

ft??ft, SALT, aft?CERtl-S, /~^4 AND EVEKVTUINa ?elonoiko IN A 0 \ I g ' &v Family Grocery Store, ? J I i I ^ B?STON & SONS. VQL^jT??l8' --- ? JOHN L. UAJJEIi, WA LTER J. T.UJIPIN. Baber & Turpin, WHOLESALE AHB RETAIL MERCHANTS. Our line of Spring ami Summer Goods litive nfrived, nod in announcing tboin wo are glad to tell tho good pcoplo of this section that prices are lowor than over, don't fail to examine our stock and got our prices beforo buying, we can save you from 10 to '25 per cout. ou ovcrylbing you may want. Kememtcr wo have SHOES AND SLIPPERS of all kinds, from tho sharpest to the widest tocB. Our Grocery Department is full and complete, and the reason wo can sell cheaper than our competi? tors is that we buy in cw lots, and by doing so we save money ou tho quan? tities as well as on froigbt. Wo also bandls COUNTRY PRODUCE in largo quantities. If you have anything to sell write us for prices. OUll MOTTO: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH AtL MANKIND." Youvb to so...

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. — 12 July 1895

It ia predicted that tho terrapin of tho future will couio from Florida farms._ _ Agricultural depression is oxciting tho rural Englishman moro and moro every day, avers tho Now York Jour? nal. About tho only subject of which Gladstono bns no real knowlodgo is that of horseflesh. Ho novor oviucod much interest in any horso, except tbo wooden ono of Virgil. In Ohio tho assessors inako a census of heno' eggs, and from thnt ono can easily computo tho value, which is greater by fur than tho vnluo of tho wool grown iu thnt wool-growing Stoto. _ From 1890 to 1891 thero wcro 0970 now postofliccs established, and of this nuuibor tho South is croditcd with 4490, an increase, states tho Atlanta Constitution, of sixty-livo per cent, against thirty-tivo per cent, for tho North. _ From tho fact thnt bogus pennies of excellent workmanship nro iu cir culntion, tho New York Tribuno con? cludes, it may bo inforred that the modern counterfeiter is willing to np ply his arts to tho humblest oppor? tun...

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. — 12 July 1895

Which Man '.Vint f ? Tho onp with steady nerves and <v dear brain. That mcaus, lu nlti? Casci cut or ton. S&t W )l'lth ft co<>a d1s?UD0- A Wp.?n 'iitbuIA ntter dinner may eavn to-.norro>Y'j business._*_ J?cr.< al error Is to be pitied, not ridiculed. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup (or children (cctlilnp, softens tho |ung. reduces Intlnmn Uon. allayH pain, cures wind colic. 25c. u bottle M. a Thommon & Co., Drujnjlsta. Condors. ]?rt, Pa,, say Ho,IV Catarrh C'uru Is tho boat aud only ?uro cur? for catarrh thoy over oold. Unurs^ta soil it, 79c. If afflicted with vorocyeause Dr. IeaaoThonn son'sEvo-wator. DruKglstsBollat&loriorboulo | Is tho Foundation ot tho Wonderful Cures by llood's Sarsaparille. Tliat Is Why tho euren by Hood's Snrsn purilla arc Cubes. That Is Why nood's Sarsaparilla cures tho severest cases of Scrofula, Salt Ithoum aud other blood diseasos. That Is Why it overcomes That Tired Fooling, streng! hens tho norves, gives energy in place of exhuu...

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. — 12 July 1895

Clinch Valley News. J- RANDOLPH HENRY.\ p,,,,,-? 613. L. WRIGHT, ) 11 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: tin AdvAuco.) gjr mail, postage paid, ?im year. S1.00 y mail, postage paid, six lnoulhs, .00 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tazcwoll (Va.) postof lloo as Booond Class matter. FRIDAY, - JULY IL', 1811m Can ii thing bo worth lose than it solf f Can a dollar bo worth less than one bnudiod cents, when it u one hundred cents 1 Ik "a coin stamped to indicate Hint it is worth 100 cents, but worth in trinsicii'lj but 59 cent-" is a "ilfly csut dollar," what would you call a piece of paper printed to indicate that it is worth 100 conts, but intrinsically not worth a tinker's dam ? Tiie ' Glorious Fourth'' has come nud gone, and comoi no more until nnother year shall roll around* in this respect unlike "Slippery Dob bins,'' who rolls nt'Otiud whenevi r culled (crawled) upon. Tub Now York Tribune says: "It has frequently been observed that tho groat majority of immigrants ...

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. — 19 July 1895

flour, SALT, groceries) S~^4 AND KVEUYTUlNa BELONGING IN A S ' | Family Grocery Store, % /I i | ^ 8?ST0N & SONS. JOHN L. BAUER. WALTER J. TURPlN. Baber & Turpin, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERGHANTS. Our line of Spring and Summer Goods 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 stock and get our priceB beforo buying, wo can save you from 10 to 25 per cent, on everything you may want. Remember we have SHOES AND SLIPPERS ?f all kiuds, from tho sharpest to the widest toes. Our Grocery Department Ib full and coinpltste? and the reason we can sell chonpor than our competi? tors is that wo buy in c-Vr lotst aud by doing so we saVo mouey oil the quan? tities as well as on freight. We also hnndl-o COUNTRY PRODUCE iu large quantities. If you have anything to sell write us for prices. OUR MOTTO: "fair and honest dealings WITH all mankind" Yours to servo, h o. box 83 baerb & TURPlN, P...

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. — 19 July 1895

Twenty-four years ago eleetrioity | an a mechanical power was nnknown. The University of California has an enrollment of .'1760 etndents and a fixed annual income $325,000. Cincinnati is after the smoke nuis? ance with a sharp etiok, thinking that if Chicago can abato it, Cincinnati ought to bo able to. Estimations of tho cost of a college education per year have been given as follows: Very low, $850; ordinary, average, $535; qnite liberal, $800. Tho queerest feature of Now York's late coiumn is that it shows that tho males considerably outnumber tho females. This is true of no other largo city in tho Union. TIk re aro at present ro less than fifty-eight persons awaiting trial at Berlin on charges of Icsemajeste, their crimo consisting in having dared to criticised unfavorably tho Kaiser's "Hymn to Aogir." Tho San FranoiBCO Poet remarks: Possibly it is none of our business, but wo aro inclined to think that for. oigners whocomo here to marry Amer? ican heiresees should bo taxod. Tho...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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