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

Vonoratio Personages Htm aoUto. Among the people In active life who have passed tho 80-year mark may bo mentioned Mr. Gladstone, Fopo Leo XIII., Bismarek, Verdi, Bessemer, Bits Henry Parkes, Sir James Bacon, the English Jurist; William Salmon of the Royal College of Surgeons, now 105; Gen. George S. Greene, the oldest living West Point graduate, now 03; Neal Dow, Rev. Dr. William H. Furness, Francis William Newman, a brother of Cardinal Newman; James Martlneau, ox-Senator Fayne, Senator Morrlll, ex Sen?tor Thuramn, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Bishop Clark of Rhode Island, Curtis, the Greek scholar ,aud Lady Burdett-Coutts. Justice Field, cx-Sen ator Dawes, Leon Say, Parke Godwin, and Russell Sage will be 80 In 1800. Kx-Senator Lymau Trumbull Is over SO. In 1807 King Christopher of Den? mark, Prof. Mommsen, Sir John Gil? bert, nnd Senator John M. Fnlmer will reach the octogenarian stage. In 1808 ex-Senator Evarts, Bishop Coxe, and Mrs. John Drew become 80. In 1809 Queen Vlctorln, Julia Wa...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 19 July 1895

Clinch Valley New., ,T. RANDOLPH ?EMtY, ) i?,.,,.,-.. B?: L. WRIGHT, ) 1 TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: ' (In ?thanen.) By iriail, postage pnill, one year ?1.00 BV mail, postage paid, six months, .50 Advertising rates CuruisUe? on appli? cation. Entered at tin'' Tnsowell (Vu.) postof floo as second elnss matter. ttUlDAY, - - JULY Ii), 1895. Thf. Fiedotiekshurg Free La nee Irty.i that the immigration agent of Ihi) Norfolk slid Western Railroad recently staled to n gentleman that lie fdnnd a widespread belief every? where that the tit left in Virginia wore not good, mid heuco that it was vory litt)tl to induce immigrants to com? to tins State f<>r fear tlmt Ihey could Dt)! gil R i^ood title to any property they might purchase. Now this is a serious charge, hut is the charge well founded ? The L'ree Lance thinks tlmt there ore no imperfect land ti? tles iu Unit section of the Still0. The Advance is fully convinced tint! the lilies ni'oultd Lynehbiirg uro perfect, h sound ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 July 1895

fL??S; SALT, GROCERIES, iT~ AND KVEItYTUIX? UEMIN'UIXU IN A ?gj, W B Hfei Family Grocery Store, j\ AX BUSTON & SONS. Vol. l. no. :io_]_"""" . JJO.HN |i uabeu walter J. t?rpin. Baber & Turjpirij WHOLESALE . AND ?ETAE1 MERGHANTS. Our line of Spring and Summer Goods have arrived, and in announcing them wo arc glad to tell tho good people of this section that prices are lower than over, don't fail to examine our stock and'got our prices before buying, we can save you fiom 10 to 25 per cent, on everything you may ?want. Remember we have SHOES AND SLIPPERS of all kinds, from thn sharpest to tho widest toes. Our Grocery Department is full and complete, and tho reason wo can sell cheaper than our competi? tors is Mint wo buy in ear lots, and by doing so wo savo tnouoy on the quan? tities as well as on freight. Wo also handln COUNTRY PRODUCE iu large quantities. If you have anything to sell write us for prices. our motto: ? "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH Atl MANKIND" ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 July 1895

Nashville, Tonn., is tho first city in tho world for hardwood lumber, and tho largest milling oity of tho Sonth. Tho Now York Suu notes that Bomo ono negligent of tho eternal fitness of things named tho capital of Washing? ton County, Utah, St. Georgo. Tho now Kiel Canal uniting the North and Baltio Seas is tho consum? mation of a thought whioh originated moro than sis hundred years ago. Tho Eastorn Hemisphere, on which dwell ninety-two por cent, ol tho population of tho world, has 170,792 miles of railroad, or forty-six per cent, of all railroads. Whilo the color of tho hair is not supposed to indicate greater or loss strength, it is a curious fact, noted by tho Now York Journal, that gray horses aro slroDgcr than brown ones. Tho mania of manufacturing every? thing out of paper does not leesou. Gloves, handkerchiefs, tios?in fact, the whole stock in trado of tho avor ngc hosier is now being knitted from paper yarns. Professor Iliram Forges, ol tho Stevens Institute of Teobnology, s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 July 1895

Eitrauhe. rn Ita simplest form, earache Is an In? flammation of the external part of the ear. In other cases tho Internal ear la attacked, and tho disease takes on a much more serious character. When an earache Is long continued, or the Inflammation Is especially se? vere, no thuu should be lost In seeking the'advice of some excellent physician or speclallst. , Scrofulous children are most liable to affections of the Inner ear. An earache may start from a variety ot causes, like a collection or wax In the ear, or the Introduction of some ir? ritating substance. It sometimes arises from extension of inflammation in the throat, as in scarlet fever and measles. Difficult teething is said to be not Infre? quently a cause, especially when that process is unusually protracted. Tho most prolillccause.howevor, Is undoubt? edly cold. Inflammation of the ear is usually accompanied by tho symptom which gives tho affection Its uamc, but It is sometimes hard to distinguish tho na? ture of the tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 25 July 1895

Clinch Valley New? .1. RANDOLPH HENRY, , ,.,.???? ED. L. VYRIOUT, ? 1 TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION: ] (in Advance) By mail, postage paid, she yeilr. 01.00 By mail, postage paid, months, .60 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation, i Entered at llio Tnsowell !Va.) poefof fioo us second class matter. FBI DAY, - .ULY 25, iSU?-.j How llllloll would a good dog law iuivo In our Kli;ep raising farmers? Enough to pay for llio dogs lou | Unit s overt | A WlltPMNO 1'ost law would sum; Virginia tlioutands of dollars a year tu potty criminal i-kpcnscs, and nol iiioio by tho reduction of jail ex peases than by pre\billing the com mission of crime Tint weather observe r'? reports from headquarters at Lyucliburg, indien'o fust class crops all over tho Slate, lull especially iu tho western conn lies. With a prosperous crop season every one should be happy. _ Tin: recoil! demands < f protection ists for a restoration of the tin ill' on wool is somewhat ili advised, in view of the fact that ...

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

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, ANDKVKKVTllI.NO USL?N* ? V; * N A 1 ? Ej ' VL. Family Grocery Store, ^ J \ i ? ^ B?STON & SONS. vol. LN?lT ~~^~ ; ~ JOHN L. RA BElj WALTER J. TURD N\ Ba"ber & Turpin, WHOLESALE ??lB HETOL IVJESIGHANTS. Our line of Spring and Summer Goods Lave arrived) and in announcing thorn we are glad to loll the good pooplo of tliis section that prices ore lower than ever, don't fail to examine our stock and got our prices before buying, we can save you Iiom 10 to 25 per cent, on everything you muy want, Remember, we havo SHOES AND SLIPPERS of all kinds, from the sharpest to the widest toes. Our Grocery Department is full and complete, and tho reason wo can 6ell cheaper than our competi? tors is that wo buy in cir lots, and by doing so wo savu money ou the quan? tities as well as on freight. Wo also hniidlD COUNTRY PRODUCE in large quantities. If you have anything to sill write us for prices. OUR MOTTO: "FAIR AMD HONEST DEALINGS WITH Ail MANKIND." Y...

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

Capo Colony is now n favorite emi? gration grounds for young English men. . The United Stato Snpremo Court has upheld tho logality of prison son tenoos by military and naval courts martial._ Now Zealand lias just pasBod a law which requires drnnkards to ho photo? graphed, their pictures labelled and placed in nil saloons. Gladstone sayo that ho looks upon Sir Wnltor Scott as ono of the groat bonofnotora of hia country, of Groat Britain, and tho world at largo. A theatrical stook company has boon organized ot Forty Milo, on tho Yukon Bivor, Alaska, tho moBt north? erly settlement on tho continent, Tho Supremo Court of Minncaota hns rondorod a decision upholding tho Stoto law granting tho right of onii nout domain to tolcphono and tolo grnph coruponica. Manchester, England, is about to apcud about a million to cloar out oomc of its worst sluma and erect inodol tenements, with trees plontod and playgrounds provided. "United States Sonotor Hill says that, in international affairs, ho un...

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

THE EOna AND THE SIGH. Whon bright skies soom far away, Smile, and think tho winter's Mayj ? If tho snow fnlls day nnd night, Dream eaoh flake's a roso ol white! No vor mind how dark tho sky? It's tho song that beats tho sight As this old world rolls aloug, Hoar tho bells ring! and the songl Evory bird on evory troo Joining in tho melody! Happy ns tho tirao rolls by? It's the song that beats tho sighl Evory garJon has its roso;* Evory storm a rainbow showsl \Yhen,onoh day, the sun decline!, ?tnr to star in glory shines! Boo tho sun?tho stars on high It's tho song that heats tho sigh! Btlll Clod's lionvon greets your sight? In tho darkness there is light. Evory morn tho sunlight stroams, And tho dark Is sweot with dreams. Hear tho muslo from on high It's the song thnt beats tho sigh! ?E. L. Stauton, in Atlanta Constitution. ROSE-LEAVES. irr iir.r.r.s four est onAVES. HER13 nro six of us I" said Fonella Groyton ; "and nothing to 1 i v o upon I" Sho lookod nrouud upon tho rest of tho G...

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

Clinch Valley New:,. .T. RANDOLPH HENRY,) ,?..???? ED. L. WRIGHT,_f raps. TERMS OK S?BSCRIPli?N: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. $1.00 By mail, postage paid, six inontlis, "60 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Kutored at the Tasewell (Vu.) postof flco i.s second class matter. F RID AY, AUG ? ST li, 1 -S!)5. Tiik tirst number of the Giuliani Galaxy is on our desk. As might be expected, Bio. Holbrook has gotten out a blight, newsy, witty paper We uro t;lail to sro Graham business men show their appreciation of the Galaxy by liberal advertising patron? age. Long may you wave, sister Galaxy. Tuesday's papers bring the news of !hn dentil of tbo mod prominent legal figure in Virginia; lbs author of n set of law text books recogui/.ed everywhere us authority; tho man who made the University '.aw School what it is; n man honored by bench and bar iu every State of this Union, us a scholar, teacher and man of the highest honor. The University of Virginia has sustnin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 August 1895

HOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, Alto svicavTai^o melon-gum is-1 FgmHy Crooery Storo, BUSTPN & 80N8, WATCH THIS SPACE FOR BARGAINS. Virginia Mountain and Seashore Resorts. Excursion tickets aro now on sale at tho principal Statious of the Nor folk and Western Railroad and its connecting lines, to all the Seashore and Mountain Resorts, good to re turn until October 31st, 1895, with ? privilege of stop ovor at intermediate Stations. lu point of track, oqnipineut, pas? senger train service, aud the nccom ,*uiodntions provided for quick aud comfortablo journeys to the very at? tractive resorts aud points of inter esriu tho State, t( gelber with the excursion rates offered, the Norlolk und Western Railroad, us usual.lakes tho front rank. List s of suminer homes, time ta? bles, and all information furnished by 11. W. Courtney, Dist. Pass. Agt., 838 Main St, Richmond, and GG Main St., Norfolk; S II. Younger, Oen'l Agent, Lynchburg; B. J. Lock wood, Pass. Agent, 1-I33, Penan. Ave., Washin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 August 1895

?micro hos a theory that Dr. O.'rm'.eful on a bicyolo bo> woman,! natural equilibrist. /anoo in prices is world-wido, rtho Now York Oommoroiol Civilization has at last off its Burplua Btook oi evory 'and is pining tor more. Spain haB n'roody loadod down tho Blond province Cuba, with a dobt of 8200,000,000, and has just now au? thorized tho home Govornmcnt to I raise a loan of $120,000,000 to be ] charged to Cuba. Says tho Boston Herald: "It is 60V eral years sinco a great novolist has been dovclopcd in British literature, but there Iioh nover been an era in it in which iho number of thoso who hovo markod merit on a moro modest Bcalo has been so notable." Whon a $1.50 a day laborer wont to sign a city pay-roll at Chicago tho other day his chief noticed that ho woro a ?250 diamond ring. It turned out, roialcH tho Now York Mercury, that ho was in a political ring, also, and drew pay on threo rolls. ..J'ipftri will invito American ship? builders to compote for the construc? t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 August 1895

GLASS PAPER. That Would Be a More Accurate Da* i alarnatioa than Sandpaper. Sandpaper as now made la false to Its name, for It bas no sand about It, the place of that material being now taken usually by powdered glass, which does Its work with vastly greater effect Ono of tho most Important operations In the fabrication of sandpaper Is tho pulverization of tho glass Into powder of tho different grades of fineness. Com? monly an iron mortar is used for this purpose, n heavy Iron pestle being tho crushing Instrument. Stamping ma? chinery Is better. It consists of a stout box, whose iron side walls servo as a base for tho stamping machinery. Iu the box, which can be closed by a wood? en door to prevent waste of material aud also Injury to the workman, aro two Iron cylinders In which play tho stamps. These crush the glass, turning on their own axles us they work. '? For grading tho powder several shift? ing cylinders nro necessary, covered with gauze of different mesh. Begin? ning with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 9 August 1895

"Clinch Valley New?. , i _ J. RANDOLPH HENRY, l ,,,.??-? ED. L. \yRIGHT, ) ' 11_ TERMS OF S?BScIjipTiON: tin Advance.') Oy mail, poetage paid, ono year. 31.00 tey mail, postage paid, six inonlliH, ..?? Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Kutered at the Taxe well (Va.) poslof Boo as second class matter. 1'TilI)AY, . AUGUST !?. IS??; Tub best small daily in easy reach vjf our people is tho Uluefield Tele graph. The term which best de? scribes it is "up to date." It is u matter of surprise to us that it has wo few subscribers nt this place. It is blight, nowsy aud well gotten up The Norfolk Pilot crows over what it is pleased to term its ?'victory.' Wo are reminded of a "scrap" bo tweeu two boys whioh we. once wit? nessed ou the streols of ITredorieks burg. After tho victor had.retired,J tho vanquished one arose' panting, half crying^. bi? clothes, almost torn j ? ir?Tn LiiT back, lip cut, both eyes black and one closed, and turning to a companion, said: "Did yor see moj lick...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 August 1895

Ft?Uft, SAlt, GROCERIES, AtU> SVEKVTniKU 1JK:,OXiS!K() Itf A Family Grocery Store, BUSTQfi & S0NS. vgl, l. no. m _' .T>r.~s--? ?-1-:-'!???" WATCH THIS SPACE Virginia M?uritaiti and Seashore Resorts. Excursion tickets nro now on sale nt the principal Stations of tho Nor folk and Western Railroad and its connecting linos, to all tlie Seashore and Mountain Resorts, good to re lurn until October 31st. IS'.)!!, .with privilege of stop over at intermediate Stations. In point of track, equipment, pas? senger train service, and the accom? modations provided for quick nud comfortable journeys to the very at fcuctivo resorts and points of inter? est in the State, tc oetber with the excursion rates offered, the Norfolk iiud Western Railroad, us usual.takes the front rank. Lists of summer homes, time ta? bles, and all information furnished by R. \V. Courtney, Dist. Pass. Agt., R88 Main St , Richmond, and <!(> Main St., Not folk; S. 15. You...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 August 1895

Tho Chiueio exclusion net hoe at lost beeil beforo the United Statos Su? preme Court, anil is nfllrmod as oon btitutiounl. _ Tho Now York Sun romarks: Whilo vegetarians urgo their thoorios with n!l the foreo at corniunnil, wo llud thnt the earlier Natious of which wo havo any information woro groat moat ont ors, especially those inhabiting cool climate?, and simply bocuuso tho na? ture of their surroundings demnudod Mieli substantial and hcat-produoiug fiboJ._ Tho cnual which will connect Mor reillcs, France, with tho Itiver Ithono will run four nud a lmlf miles of itH Iciiglli through a tuiinol. Somo idea of tho engineering required for this work may bo had whou it is realizod that tho einal will be made wide enough for two bouts, each of forty si:; feet beam, to puss each other. Tho total length or the canal will bo thirty live miles. Its cost is estimated at 530,000,000. It seems strange to tho New York A Ivor User to think of the ubiquitous bicycle extending its progress over th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 August 1895

When It Rains It Ponra. Tns Hadramut Valley, In South Ara? bia, though well known In ancient times, la hardly ever visited nowadays, as tho natives aro a lawless set and very unfriendly towards strangers.' They have a curious method of culti? vating the land. Tho upper surface of much of tho soil is sand, which Is scraped off by long wooden boxes fast? ened to camels. Of tho saud thus col? lected dykes are made around the dis? trict that Is" to be cultivated. Next the soil Is lightly ploughed, aud then the farmer awaits for rain. Sometimes rain falls only once In three years, but when It comes It pours In torrents, and the water Is held up by the dykes. Tho crop then is so abundant that even If the ralu fell only every third year, enough grain Is grown to lnst 'the peo? ple during the Interval of drought ' Telegraphing Without a Wire. Tho Electrical Age notes the fact that when the cable between Scotland and the Isle of Mull broke recently communi? cation was kept up without a wire ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 16 August 1895

Clinch Valley N?w& * ED. L. WRIGHT, ."GTDIXOit i% PB?PHiETOB. TERMS QF SU BSCBIl?TION: (In Advance;) Kv until, postage paid, eue >'0?r- Sl.OO l$y mail, postage |?dd, six months, .o? Advertising rides furnished on nppli ottuoii. ?uitired st tlieTasewIdl (Vn.) postof Dco ;>s aeoobd eins? matter._ ; FiMDAV. " vrcrsT Kl, I8??. UxDLit it* preseut management Ihr Nuwa has carefully avoided con? troversy ?Uli ?lber journals, partiun larly those of diftoront political faith An article in last vfOelTs Republi ran on tlio Virginia election laws is so outrageously venomous, false ami misleading that if brcome.i tho duly of the Nkwa to give its renders the facts in tiie case; The hist people in the world to chinge others with fraud in elections should be I lie IhelhborS Of the He j ubliean party. Thoir record in Vir giuia is enough to damn thorn for ever in tho estimation of decent peo pie. Outsido of TaSewfll county where, for various reasons, a number of the b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 August 1895

fL??ft, SALT, GROCERIES, ANO iVXUITHJKQ DIXOM?XO IN A Family Grocery Store, BUSTON & sons. VOL. L. NO. 34 JOHN L BABER. AVA LTlS? J. TURPlN. Baloer & Turpin, WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL MERGHANTS. Our big line o{ Kall and Winter goods are ar? riving daily, nud tlio prices are lower than over although all goods have advanced, and the rea? sons are that we bought early and bought di? rect from factories, and we prefer to give can' customers the benefit of the good barg tins. Although leather has advanced from '25 to SO per cent, wo are selling shoes at the old p- iocs, and therefore we are silling shoes cheaper than our competitors can buy them themselves. Remember that we carry the biggest lino of Groceries in Southwest Virginia, and all tho uiej'c.lhuits, us well as the consumers, of this sec? tion acknowledge that we are the lenders. Our Mottto: "FAIR ?ND HONEST ?EALSNSS WITH AiL WAKKIND " If yon can't come to market, order your goods,and wo will ship them by first...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 August 1895

Germany is now tho only country whoso universities do notndmit women students, notes tho Scientific Ameri Dr. J. \V. Sovor holds tlio position of " associate dircotor of tho Yale ijyuuiosium, but this docs not prevent is being tho bitterest foe that collego football has. Statistics compiled for a special edi? tion of the Manufacturers' Record show $107,000,000 invested in cotton mills in the South, with S12.000.000 nhlilioual for mills now building. Tho total invested in 1880 was ?21, 000,000, and in 1890, Slit,000,000. The Italians buy about 4,000,000 bushels of wheat a year from Itussiu to manufacture into 00,000,000 pounds of iniictiroui, ol which 18,000,000 pounds si'i" exported to this country. It would sec in to bo mi oxcollont idea to make the macaroni in this country, adds tho American Farmer. Neu York is having a bad attack of I ho bicycle fover, uolcs the Washing? ton Star. The few asphalted streets have been over-run with wheelmen and whcelwoincu until tho walking peoplo ...

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