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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 August 1895

BUDGE1V0E FUN. ??UOROU8 SICHTCIIHS ITIiOM VAKIOUS SOUKOISS. Sho Probnbly Will?A Great Cblnner ?Bad Coiupaay?Papa's Thorn Tho Trluls of litre? Ktc., lite. Tho female of tho futuro will Be nothing mom than tiumnn, If, whtm Ihn Qiirtntn fall", sho goes Outside "to seo a woman." ?Brooklyn Eagle. a c;iil'AT chinnkii. "That's a speaking likeness of Obese." "Yes, it brings ont his double chin in great shape."?Harpor'B Bazar. papa's thorn. Wifo?" llow sweetly tho baby Bleeps." Husband?"Yes. Tho poor follow, ho doesn't know 1'vo come homo."? Life. IN HIS salad days. CauuibalWtfo -"Wo havo nogroens ?for tho salad." Cauuibal?"Chop up that dudo wo caught yesterday. Ho's green enough." ?Harper's Bazar. would take HIM IN. He?"I wondor what I'd do if I had a million?" Tho Widow?"I know." "What?" "Marry inc."--Life. bad COMPANY. nor Rival?"You aro driving Charles to tho dogs. What have you to Bay for yourself?" The Girl?"I feel eorry for tno dogs. "? Syrucuso Post. AS IIE KNOWS HIM. Bumpns?"Thoro g...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 23 August 1895

Clinch Valley New*. ED. Ii. WRIGHT, BDITOH <Ss PKOPHiETOP.. " TERMS OF SIH!S( iitipj ION: (111 Advance.) Uy mail, postage paiil. Obo year. 81.00 j By mail. postage [ aid, six months, .00 , Advertising rates furnished en appli? cation. Kutorod at Hie Tnsewoll (VaO poslof flue as second class imitier. ?? I FIG DAY, AUGUST 2.% 180?. J5x Associate Justice Stii?n?, of | Ihn Supremo Court of tho Unitul; Siiilcs, dii tl al bake Moiimwaska, N. I Y., Monday last, from paralysis, if you know u good Illing when it ' is offered you, read tho ndverliso I tneilt on this page lien ltd "Now] York World." out! govern yourself accordingly. It is tho lust offer over made the people of Tnxew?ll. TliK daily papers are reporting it their telegraphic columns Unit in Iho staid dud law abiding State of Michi? gan an attempt was uirfdo a few days since to lynch a negro thief for rob hing aud attempting to assault ti white woman. Tun Kentucky campaign was opt li? ed at Louisville Monday ntghl by ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 August 1895

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, AND KVEUY.T1UN13 BELONG IM Q IN A Family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS. VOL. L. NO. 85 john l. babek. walter j. tum?in. Baber & Turpin, ' WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL MERCHANTS, Our big Hue of Fall and Winter goods are ar? riving daily-, and tho prices are lower than evor although all goods havo advanced, nnd the rea soiiB are that we bought early and bought di t roct from fuctories, nnd we prefer to givo our. customers I ho benefit of tho good burgains. Although leather has advunced from 25 to fjl) per cent, we are selling shoes at tho old p?icep, and tboroforo wo nro selling shoes cheaper than our competitors can buy them themselves. Remember that we carry tho biggest line pf > Groceries in Southwest Virginia, and all tho merchant!?, as well as the consumers, of this sec? tion acknowledge that wo aro the lenders. Our Mottto: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH ALL MANKIND." If you cau't- come to market, order your goodB, and wo will shi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 August 1895

Nowadays nobody is spoken of in Now York City as a rich man unloss ho has moro than 81,000.000. Emanucl Worlhoituer says that in tho end women will bo fit for all the professions, oxoopt marriage. Aro billiards compatible with Chris? tianity is a question now mootod in certain British roligious circles, states tho Now Orleans Pioayuue. In Italy, of a largo number of duels investigated, 917 began* in newspaper artiolos and only ninotcon quorrolB at cards and 71)0 in lovo aflairs. Tho senior class book of Yalo af? fords tho information thatonc-IUth ol tho youug men who graduated thil term worked their way through col? lege, in whole or in part. Tho Washington Star says that it if now alleged that tho function of some styles of cable cur fenders is to put n man in position and hold him Btil) while tho train runs over him. "It is an old maxim of trade," de? clares tho Now York Post, "that tho condition of tho iron industry is the most faithful index to general trade conditions. Tho trad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 August 1895

UNDER THE THORN. Under tho thorn In the fleht ot clover Two hearts met In tho Summer morn, Met by chance with tho bluo skies over Under tho thorn. Lovo, tho llvo blossom ot U(o, reborn, Durst Into bloom in tho heart of eaoh lovor In full frulton, that foarod hot scoru; Sweet uro tho songs of tho birds above hor. Whilo lovo, no moro with Its honrt forlorn, Discovers tho Hps it would fula discover, Under tho thoru. Under tho thoru when tho blossoms wither, 8hidl Lovo lio lnnguid.or droop forlorn; When 11s joys had gouo nnd you wonder whlthor, Under tho thorn. Still in tho sprlugtimes yot uuborn, Llko a cloud' or blossom or bird-wing's fcathor, riucKod from its Hying pinions torn, Shall lovo forovor In its own weathor ' Oomo through tho air In llto's as uro morn, VVhou two hearts shall moet, thus por chnuco, together Under tho thoru. ?Doiinot llollmau, in Philadelphia Times. BOHEMIA. AT SEVENTEEN. HERE nro high hills on every uido savo one ? tho south approach leads up from a vnHoy a i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 August 1895

Clinch Valley News. ED. L. WRIGHT, EDITOR Sr. PROPRIETOB. TERMS OV SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, olle year. SI.00 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .50 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Uutered at the Tazewell (Va.) postof lieo as Bccond class matter. PItlDAY; - ?UG TJ ST '.!t), 18!)?. Tffi OTHER FELLOW WAL LOWS. Grovelling is Hoi Low Enough For Him. The penny a liuor who presides over tlio editorial dopaittuont of tin* Tazewell Republican otartad out to lay out tlio "now editor*' of tlm News, and, iu his own estimation, painted things red, in an attempt to justify an article in his pnpur on tho Hih inat., which wiib very laudable in him, indeed, for if avor anything was written for t papor in this county that needed it more, then we have failed to hear of it. lustead of sticking to tho charges ho made in a previous issue, this bla? tant apoatlo of reform turns to and pitches into tho editor of this paper I and accuses us of hying to bolster onrsolv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 September 1895

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, AND KVKUVTIIIKU UELO.SOINO IN A Family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS. VOL. L. NO. 36 JOHN L. BARER. WALTER J. TURP1N. BaToer & Turpin, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS. Our big liue of Fall and Winter goods are ar? riving daily, and tbo prices are lower than ever 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 our customers tho benefit of tho good bargains. Although leather has advanced from 25 to 50 ' pec coiit. we aro selling shoos at the old piices, and therefore we are selling shoes cheaper than Our competitors can buy them themselves. Romomber that we carry the biggest liue of Groceries iu Southwest Virginia, and all the mo.chants, as well as the consumers, of this sec? tion acknowledge that we are tho leaders. Our M'dttto: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH ALL MANKIND." If you can*t come to market, order your goods, and we will ship them by first tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 September 1895

Norway no raan Is permitted to down a trco unless no plants thrco plings in its plaoo. Lady Henry Somerset doolarcs tbat witbin tho next ton years tho English woman will havo tho franchise. Over ninoty-Bix por cont. of tho im? migrants who como to this conntry sottlo in tho North, West nnd North? west. _ 11 hag beou noticed that all tho bi cyclo chairs for carrying bobios havo thus far been littod to tho men's wheels. ________________ Tho Mikado of Japau no rucro flori cultural liltlo country to roigu over. Ho is tho sovercigu of -10,000,000 peo? ple, who livo iu 13,000 towns and vil? lages. ________________ Kansas applo orchards havo made | SI00,000 olear profit during tho last ton years for ouo fruit farmer in what tho Now York Sun dubs "that ccutro of calamity." The Improved Industrial Dwelling Company, of London, accommodates .'10,000 persons in its houses. It is claimed that its system has reduced the tenement death rate from forty to ulovuu iu a thousand. A society lias recent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 September 1895

AGRICULTURAL TOPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVE TO FARM AND GARDEN. I'OI.OItADO WAY OP It AISING rOTATOEa. A Colorado farmer describes in tbo Rural Now Yorkor tbo cost and method of raising potatoes in that State. "I havo been somowhnt interested in tho way tho Eastern farmer raises nud harvests potatoes; our way boing so different, I thought some would liko to know how wo do it. I havo two bixtcen-inck plows?ouo riding and ono walking. I plant in tho furrow behind tho riding-plow, wbioh has au attachment that throws a part of tho loose soil back into tho furrow, bo that the seeds havo a soft bod. I covor with a walking plow. This makes tho rows thirty-two inches apart. Two to cut tho seed (I do not liko tho machine - cuttors), two to drop, nnd two to plow, will plant bei ween four and live nores a day. I barrow twico, cultivate twico, and go through with tho hoes onco. That is' all until dig? ging time. I uso no manure or fer? tilizer, and, unlike tho greater part of Colorado, wo can not ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 September 1895

Clinch Valley News. ED.'L. WRIGHT, fePITOR <Sc PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (III Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. $1.00 By mail, postage paid, six months, .50 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tazewoll (Va.) postof fioe as socond class matter. FBI day, - - ? I'T. (i, nw?. AMEND THE WALTON LAW. The following- from tho Itockbridgo (Va.) News is a good idea aud tho Legislature, at its coining session should make some such amendment to our election laws. ?'We say that the experience of the people of Rockbridge with regard to tho secret features of tho law it sat isfactory aud they would not willing? ly return to the old system, but the law is very unsatisfactory iu some re spocts and badly needs amendment. We refer particularly to tho cousin bio feature. The duties of the oflico of countable are found unpleasant by tho constables and distasteful to the voters. The oflice is altogether uti nccessnry, as shown by the practice iu other ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 September 1895

fL??R, SALT, BR?GERiLS, .\Ni> KVEIU'TIIINll UriOXOlNG IN A Family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS. VOL L. NO. 37 JOHN L. Ii A BEB. WALTER J. TURPIN. Baber & T?rpin, Our big lino of Full nod Winter goods ure nr riving daily, Und llio prices uro lower than over ultbougb nil g?ods bnvo advanced, und the rea? sons are tlitifc we bought early and bought di? rect from factories, and we jn-efor to givo our customers the be tic tit of the good bargains. Although leuther has advanced from 25 to .10 per cent, we are selling shoes at the old prices) and therefdre wo are welling shoes cheaper thau Our competitors Can buy their] themselves. Uemombel- that we Carry the biggest Him of Groceries in Southwbst Virginia} and all the merchants, as well its the consumers, df this seo tion acknowledge that wo arc tho leaders. Our Mottto: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH A.L MANKIND." If you can't come to market, brdbt your goods, and we will ship tliem by first train. Wo uro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 September 1895

ytfftroviow of tho fruit conditions of 1he oountry for 1894, by tbo poinolo gist of tho Agrioulturol Dopartmont, characterizes tho sooson as peculiarly disastrous and unprofitable in most lines of fruit culture. A Chicago judge decides that bi oyoles can be debarred from oflico buildings. This, ohsorvcB tho Phila? delphia Item, ought to stimulate in? ventive genius into gotting up a "hike" whioh can ho tokou opart and stuck in tho vest pocket. Tho electrical industry, according to tho Electrical Review, is ahout bcv enteeu years old aud employs over 81,000,000,000 of iuvoBted capital. Tho greater part of this iiumonso in? vestment has been mado sinco 1888, when tho clcctrio motor was proved to bo a success. American horse moat has found a great market iu Gormony. Horse meat sells thero for sovou cents per pound aud twelvo cents per pound smoked. Tho Ocrinan horse butchci pays on au averago S?5 a pieoo foi woru out horses. American fresh horses bring hotter prices. Professor Cncsar L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 September 1895

Health In Gunpowder Mills. / 'Apart from the danger of explosions, Which, by the way, aro less frequent than Is generally supposed, gunpowder mills are exceedingly healthful places. Such a thing ns'u workman dying of consumption is unheard of, the expla? nation being that the constant breath? ing into the lungs of dust Is beuctlclal 'to them. Even horses employed In gun? powder mills arc found to be fatter and sleeker than their fellows from the eauio stable, worked elsewhere. As to 'the death rate In powder mills, the popular Ideas are much exaggerated, the average freight yard bel?g vastly more fatal than they. Statistics show, that from the beginning of this cen? tury, when the Dupout powder mills jwero established, up to the present ?year, there has been an average of not quite one death a year from accl Vlents or explosions. ? As among the employers, so among ithe men. Fear is almost unknown, the black-faced fellows shoveling the gun? powder nbout os If it were coul, and .walki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 September 1895

Clinch Valley News'. ED. L. WRIGHT, EDITOR FHOPHIBTOF.. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION^ llu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ana year. ?1.00 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .50 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tnsewoll (Va.) postof iiue as second class matter. V KID AY, - - SEPT. 13, 1805. la 1861 G. W. Sovereign, of Ono ville, (!al, was initiated as a Mason. On account of his wife's opposition ho f01 bore to advance. Many years passed and bis wife died. Lately ho read something that caused him to apply to his Lodge fur advancement, and July '2nd, 181)5, ho went to Uber okeo and was raised to tho sublime degree of Mastoi Mason. Tims there was an interval of 34 years between, his Masonic making and raising. Sir Waller Scott was u freemason nnd was initialed in St. David's | Ledge No. 30. nt Edinburgh, Scot land, in 1801. This lodge is still in existence, and its records shows tho fuels staled ubovo. Wheu Christ was asked: "What is the greatest commandment in tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 September 1895

ft??R, SALT, GROCERIES, AND l'.VKKV riliNd liM.osiiiNi; IN A ' Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. VOL. L. NO. 37 JOHN L. BABEK. WAL/TEU J. TUKPIN. Baber & Turpin WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS. Our big lino of Fall and Winter goods are ar? riving daily, nu-1 jjio prices are lower than ever nlthough all goods have advanced, and the rea? sons are that we bought enrly aud bought di? rect from factories, and we prefer to give our customers the benefit of tho good bargains. Although leather has advanced from '20 lo 50 per cent, we nro selliug shoes at tho old prices, and therefore wo are selliug shoes cheaper than our compel itoi s can buy theirj themselves. Remember that wo carry tho biggest line of Groceries in Southwest Virginia, and all the merchants, as woll as tho consumers, of this sec? tion acknowledge that wo uro the leuders. Our Mottto: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH ALL MANKIND." If you can't como to market, order your goods, nod we will ship them by f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 September 1895

? Tho Chicago Drainage Canal ia de? scribed as "Thirty Miles of Crime." Thoro aro over twenty-five foreign? ers to the squaro mile in tho State of New York._ "The way to Buccood in business is to ndviso others and advortiso your boH," maintains tho Now Orleans Pica? yune _____________ Minnesota has developed moro rap? idly than any other Northwestern State. Its assessed valuatiou is 8258, 028,087. A "second folio" of Shakcspearo sold in London tho other day for 82700. TIur is tho rcoord prico paid for this edition of the immortal hard's works._ Tho valuo of fotoign timber im? ported into England annually is not less than 885,000,000, not to speak of tons of pnper manufactured from wood pulp. Dr. Paul I3ris6on'8 discovery of tho "microbe of old ago" has considerable scientific value whou considored in con? nection with tho scientific theory that everybody iB insauc, including seiou tibts and iusauity experts. General Miles strongly advocates extending tho uso of tho hicyclo in v tho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 September 1895

WOMAN'S WOHLD. PLEASANT LITERATURE FOR FEMININE READERS. RAINY DAY C0ST?ME3. Many women iu Lowiston ami Auburn nre, ami havo heon for somo time, wearing "rainy <lay costumes" with skirts which reach ouly to tho tops of their shoes. Tho towuBfolk havo bo come nccustomed to iho ? innovation aud tho dress does not now at tract any attention, except in tho way of recom? mendation for the common sense feat? ures of tho costume.?Now York Sun. on;!,:; HIDE THKIR KAUB. Thero seems to bo a ieudeuoy on tlyj pnrt of many girls nowadays to hido their ears. This they do by snipping their hair at tho sideu and then, after finding nnd crimping it to tho last do ureo, they brush tho mass forward nn til thero is no vestigo of car to bo soon. Tho effect is somewhat Donatello-like, aB though tho modern maiden, liko tho modern faun, had something to con? ceal. Tho observer can't help but wonder to himself if, under those flully masses, Ihero aro not furry, lit? tle, lenf-liko points instead ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 September 1895

Clinch Valley News. ED. L. WRIG?Ta EDITOB ?*?; ^JEtOFftifeTOR. TKIIMS OF SUBSCKIPTI?N: IIb Advance.) by mull, postage paid, one year. 81.00 By mail, postage jirtid, six niontliB, .00 Advertising rates furnished oil npjill Bntion. Kntered at tho Tnzowoll (Vit.) p?stof lloo us second class matter. lr KID A Y, ? SISPTi SJ?j L8?S. -?:-.? -. .? - - ,.u'i- ? ? TiiK Republican convention mbt lit the court liouso Tuesday, and, after, several hours1 caucusing, nominated Mr. S T. Lite for the Iiegislaltire. Mr. Lita was noiiiiualed iu order to heal wounds in tho party that wore, tnade in the lust two or tlnco county elections, bilt whether this nomina tion will unite tho Republican pnrty in tho countyi time alono will tell. Mr. Jjilr. is a man of indefatigable en ergy and a good cititfen, but for all we cannot wish him success or coll gratulalo him on his nomination, aa We honestly believe that ho is doom ed to defeat) as ho already has one opponent iu the field in the person of Mr. Juiiios \...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 September 1895

fttiff?, S?Lf, GRO?KrlseS, ARD BVERYTUINQ UEI/MJOINCI IN A. Family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS, vol. l. no. m JOHN L- HABER. WALTER J. TURPIN. Baber & Turpin, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERGHANTS. Our big line of Fall and Winter goods nro ar ? l iving daily, aud the prices are lower than ever although all goods have ndvnnocd, and the rea? sons ure that we bought early and bought di? rect from factories, and we prefer to givo oor customers tho beuefit of tho good bargains. Although leather has advanced from 25 to 50 per cont. we aro selling shoos at tho old p.'ices, and therefore we are selling shoes oheapor than our compel itors eon buy them themselves. Remember fhat wo carry the biggest line of Groceries in Southwest Virginia, and all the merchants, as well as the consumers, of this sec? tion acknowledge that tfe me tho leaders. Our Mottto: "fair and honest dealings with ALL mankind." If you can't come to market, order your goods, und wo will ship them by first t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 27 September 1895

A Federal statute makes it a orirne to dofaco or mutilate a United States coin. _ _ _ New York City bnB a school popula? tion of 230,758. Of thnt number 50, 06'J nro classitiod as truants. Iu Massachusetts tho foreigners and their childron oonatituto lifty-six per cent, of tho ontiro population. Henry M. Stauloy says the world's greatest need just now is a railroad through Africa, from the Mediter? ranean to the Cape. The farm mortgages of tho country do not equal those upon city lots. Tho tigurosore: for tho former. $2,209, 148,431; for tho latter, 83,810,531, 554. _ Wisconsin has about 35,000,000 nores of unoccupied and unimproved lnud. Au effort is uow being mndu through the Immigration Bureau of Wisconsin to iuduco settlers to tako up some of this land, thus adding to tho taxable revenue of the Slate. According to Dr. rant Garnier, Chief Medical Officer of tho Parisian Prefecture of Police, lunacy has in? creased thirty per ceut. iu Paris dur? ing the last sixteen years. Tho rel...

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