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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 27 September 1895

MANY USES FOR PAPER. In vent Ivo Yankees Have Devised Sonio Peculiar Modes of Employing It. ' W? havo had tho golden age and tho Iron ago and various other ages, but the present will probably bo known as the wooden or paper age. Paper dress material masquerading as silk Is tho latest Invention In the paper line, and threatens to drive tho silkworm out of business. Spruco sawdust, cotton or Jute wasto and alcohol are put Into tho machine and come out at the other end shining, delicately colored, rustling sllke, suitable for the most fastidious lady's gown. Of courso, this paper 6llU doesn't wear so well as tho real fabric, but think how much cheaper It will be! Enthusiastic paper manufacturers say tho new woman and tho new man will dine off paper dishes. It Is not Improbable that tho hat of tho future will be an Indestructible paper affair, Impervious to Uro or water. Over In Paris any enterprising milliner will bo able to show you stylish bonnets and hat3 mado entirely of paper, fra...

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. — 27 September 1895

Clinch Valley News. ED. L. WRIG-rlT, EBlTOR ?SB PROFRTETOR, terms ok SUBSCRIPTI?K: tin Advance.) By mall, postage paid, oue year. $1.00 Hv mail, postage paid, nix months, .50 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Taaowetl (Va.) postof lice as seooud class matter. FItll)AY, - SKIT. -?7, ISO.-?. Tu? Te/.owell Uepublicuu, in its hist issue) Bays that Mr. Litz win ?'nominated to rcpresont tho Rkpuii LtCANH of Tnzewell county." Such being tho caso it behooves all Demo orals and others who do not belong tc the Uophblicati party, lo put on their "lighting dollies" and elect some man to the Legislature who will represent the Whole cduntv and not only one party, bt rather ono wing of a party. The Richmond State is Watting lime in a vain endeavor to get Sena tor Martin to declare his position on tho financial question. Wo expect the State will lind out where Mr. Martin "is at" boforc u gtcnfc while,] for when Congress asBCiubles it will; l)o next to impossible for him l...

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. — 4 October 1895

ftOttMAlf, &RD6eM?, - ' a&D EVEHYTUING uKLOXUIKU IN a Family Grocery Store, BUSTOFi & SONS. VOL L NO, 40 JOHN ti. HABEli. WALTER J. TUBPIN. Baber & T?tpin, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS, Our big line of Fall and Winter goods are ar? riving daily, and the prices are lower than over ultlloligh ull goods have advanced, and the rea? sons ilte that We bought early and bought .di? rect from factories, aud we prefer to give our customers tile beucht of the good bargaius. Although leather has udvuucod from 25 to 5? per cent, we orb selling shoe's at tho old prices, und therefore we tire sellihg shoes cheaper than our competitors Can bity them themselves. ltetnember that wo tiarrv tho biggest llt-.e of Groceries in Southwest Virginia, and all the merchants, as well as the consumers, of this sec? tion acknowledge that we tire tbu lenders. Our Mtittto: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH ALL MANKIND.1' If you can't come to. market, order your goods, and wo will ship them by first t...

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. — 4 October 1895

Tho Boston Olobo wants a great congress of tho English-speaking Na? tions to reform the spelling book. Dirootor of tho Mint Preston says that the Government proposes to coin its wholo stopk of gold bullion as rap? idly as convoniont. One of tho few countries in tho world where pnteuts cannot bo protected at prosent is Japan, and tho clever poo plo of that island may take unlimited ndvautngo of American gcuius. It 'will bo different, however, wheu tho treaties of 18119 go into effect. In urging tho need for a hotter sys? tem of crop reports tho Philadelphia Press says: "For livo years past crop statist ies hnvo grown less and less accurate. Exact or oven approxi? mate knowledge as to future crops or UK to yield after harvest seems ns far off as ever." A new word is submitted by n reader of Harper's Weekly to the approval of tho public. It is tlie substantive "yell down," and is defiuod to mcau "an American form of conversation, iu which no one cares for any one's opin? ion, and in wh...

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. — 4 October 1895

WINGS ARE WORN. BIRDS CROWN FEMININE HEAD? GEAR THIS FALL. Fashion's Flat Is for Feathers In | Woman's Attire?Latest News of the Modiste and Milliner. WHEN tho ancient wroto tho lines: poet of Birds, tho free tenant ; laud, uir and ocean. Thoir forms nil symmetry, their motion grace; In plumngn deliento nnd beautiful; Thick without burden, oloso as fishes' scales. Or loose as full-blown poppies to tho breeze; Ho little thought tho ubo that they would bo put to. Birds are uot the freo tenants of eithor land or air, for I they uro boiug mercilessly entrapped and shot, in order that their hoavenly tinted breasts und wines may adorn tho hats of fair women. Tho liat has gono forth that ; theso masterpieces of creation uro to crown dainty heads this autumn. Even tho exquisite ruby-throated humming bird, with stomacher of emerald brilliancy and wings tinged with ultramarine blue, is to be shoru of its plumage feather by feather, to enable somo modiste to spwuclo laco with tho tiny scales. ...

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. — 4 October 1895

Clinch Valley News*| ED. Ii. WRIGHT, EDITbB JSa IiROi?RiBTO.n. I THUMS Otf S?BBCRIPTI?ici: (In Advance.) By mull* postage paid, onb year, Sl.O? I By mail, postage paid, m\ iiiontliB, .30 Advertising rates furnished o'n appli tiattbu. Eutered at tho Tnscwoll (Vi*.) postof fitid an ntiuoud oliikfi matter. ^rTday, - oc'r. ?, l-H?.i.j DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING: \ A mass meeting of the Demo tinlts of Tnz?well County is hereby called to assemble in the Court Horse at Tii'/.ewell, Va., tfn Natui'diiy, O?tdber 12(1?, 1890, tit one o'clock p. m., lor the purpose of nominating acan-| didate to represent the people of Taxewell in (he next General Assembly of Virginia, if deemed advisable to make such nomi? nation. S. J. THiiMi'SWN, Count)' Chairman. Dkmochats, sgo to it that every tnan in your neighborhood who will vote the Democratic ticket is regia tared. Look after this matter id once. -.-4*?^ (5en. Wm. Maiionk Wan stricken j with paralysis at Chamberlain's Ho? tel in Washington, Monday, and ...

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. — 11 October 1895

fl?UR, SALT, aR?CERlEt, AflD EVKHVTUINO BtXONOIN? IN A family Grocery Store. BU8T0N & SONS. fQLTL.NO. 11 JOHN L. BABE?. WALTER j. TURPtN. Baber & T?rpin, Our big lino of Fail and Winter gooile are ar? riving daily, and tho prices are lower than over although all goods have advanced, aud the rea? sons ore that we bought early and bought di? rect from factories, und We prefer to give our customers the benefit of tho good bargains. Although leather has udvnnced from 25 to 50 per cent, we aro selling shoes at tlie old prices, uud therefore we are selling shoes cheaper than our competitors can buy theni themselves. Remember that wo carry the biggest line of Groceries in Southwest Virginia, and aU the merchants, as well as the consumers, of this seo Li? >11 acknowledge that we arc the leaders. Our Mottto: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH ALL MANKIND." If you can't come to murket, order your good?, and we will ship them by first train. Wo aro headquarters for Country Produce. Resp...

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. — 11 October 1895

According to tho Faris Dobnts, tho Frenoh Minister ot Comniorco intouds to inTite tlio StatoB belonging to tho Postal Union to adopt an interna? tional postago atarnp. After tho expenso incurred by tho French ltopublic in building palatial schools in villages, it is disappointing to find that tho supply of sohoolmns ters is falling otl every year. Tho military laws aro responsible. Dr. do Floury, a French physician of some eminence, claims to have dis? covered that tho passion ol jealousy is dependent on tho bodily conditian of its victim, and tan ho controlled ot oven orndicated by a course of judi? cious medical treatment. A Frenchman having an income (?I SIOOO a year pays ?1000 of it in direct and indirect tnxes to the Government, neoording to n very careful investiga? tion of M. Boanrin-Grossior made for the Booieto do Statisliquo. In other words tho Frenoh taxpayer must work eighty-six days iu tho year solely to earn what in duo to the treasury. Woods along rnilroal tracks uro ...

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. — 11 October 1895

A ? H?w's Tbl o? We offer One Huudrcd Dollars Reward for K.ny case of Catarrh that cannot be c vir od by liaU's Catarrh Care. F. J. CacNsr & Co., Props., Tolodo, O. We, the undersigned. Lure known F. J. Che? ney for the lust 15 years, and believe htm per feotly honorable In all buslnoss transactions and Unanclally able to carry out any obliga? tion made by their Arm. Ware 4> Tiiuax, Wholcsalo Drujglsta, Toledo, Ohio. Waloinu, Kinnan & Mauvia*; Wholesalo Drugglsti, Toledo, Ohio. ITall's Catarrh Cure I* taken inlornally, aot log directly upon tho blood and mucous sur? faces of tho system. I'rice, "Sc. per bottle. Bold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. Two orders nro vulitloil to the 111 oy,ue in Hpnin and tho other In Franco. Don't Tobacco Sph) or Siuoko Your Life Awny Is tho truthful, startling title of u book about No-To-Une, tho harmless, guaranteed tobacco hublt euro that braces up nicotlnlzrd nerves, cltmtnntcs thu nicotine polsou. luukcs weak men guln strength, vis...

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. — 11 October 1895

-'? .?*? Clinch Valley New8. ED. Ll WRIGHT; Ejai-roret ?sc ^Ao^ribtor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (lu9 Ad vauce.) By mail, postage paid, one year. SI.00 Bv mail, postage paid, six mouths, .00 - Advertising rates furnished ou appli? cation. . Entered at the Taste well (Vu.) poetof iiee as second class mutter. Friday, - Oct. 11, i?i)?. FIV E POINTS 1N FELLO WSI IIP". Brothers come and let us ponder What we Masons vowed to do When prepared at yonder altar, We assumed the-solcm vow, Foot and knee, breast, hand arid cheek? Lot llietll now our duties Apeak: Foot to f<?ol on mercy's errand, When wc hear a brother's cry, Hungry, thirsty, barefoot, nakod, With (iod's mercy, let us lly; This ot all our thoughts tho chief, How we best Inay bring relief. iCuec to knee, in earnest praying. None bill Cod to heat- ot Heed) All our woBS and sins confessing, Let us tot each other' plead; Let the spirit of our call Bo to pray for brothers all. Breast to breast, iu racced casket, At life's centre let u...

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. — 18 October 1895

n?UR, SALT, GROCERIES* ARU EYEllYTUINQ BELOXOIKO IN \ -?.?t-V. Family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS, VOL Ii. NO. 42 JOHN L. BABER. WALTER J. TUBPIN. Baber & Turpira, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS. Our big line of Fall and Winter goods are ar? ising daily, aud the prices are lower than ever although ull goods linve advanced, and the rea? sons are that we bought enrly and bought di? rect from factories, aud we prefer to give our customers tho buneiit of the good bargains. Although leather has advanced from 25 !o 50 per cent, we are selling shoos at tho old priceB, and therefore we are selliug shoes Cheaper than our competitors can buy them themselves. Remember that we carry the biggest line of Groceries in Southwest Virginia, and all the merchants, as well as the consumer?, of this sec? tion nokuowledgo that we are the leaders. Our Mottto: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH AiL MANKIND." If you can't come to market, order your goods, and wo will ship them by first train. We nre_ h...

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. — 18 October 1895

Tho District of Columbia has 382 farms, with 11,745 aores. Ex-Seustor John J. lugaln? lately said that "law, journalism ami rail? road managemout aro tho throe nvo nucB of success." Governor Budd, of California, has aroused a good deal of opnositioo among souii-uiilitary organizations by his refusal to allow them to carry any but the American flag. Ever 8iuco the war tho proportion of former immigrants to this country has rapidly and steadily diminished, moot of the wage-earners appearing to come from classes that did not follow tho plow. According to tho Popular Health Magazine tho Toronto (Canada) courts havo decided thnt tuberculosis shall be classed under the head of contagious discuses, and obildreu so ailoctod nro now debarred from nttendunco on the public schools. Tho fco for a professional visit of a doctor in Nottingham, Englnud, is one shilling?equal to twonty-tivo cents; and even thin pittance, tho New York Iudopeudout relates, often uns to be traded out with the small sh...

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. — 18 October 1895

H MBBiT DRIVE AMOXtl T?R 1'UKBIjO 1NDIAXS OK X15W MEXICO. Au Annual Kvout Which Is Preceded Oy Curious Prcpurutlous, Iucludlns u '.'Sacred Dunce.*' THE Pueblo Indians of Now Mexico havo au annual rab? bit hunt whiob, a Now York Post correspondent says, is a great event with thorn. It takes place with tho nppoarauco of the uow moon in September. A snore I daaco pro cedes tho hunt, for with tho Fuoblo Indian danoiug is u form of worship as well ns an atuusomont. Tho corcmoaies of tho anuual rab? bit drive uro conducted by tho shaman (medicineman) of tho village. Under his direction pray or plumes aro plauted around tho village ou tho day pre? ceding tho hunt. Theao "prayers" are sticks, notched at one oud, about a foot in leugtb, with a tuft of feath? ers tied on with a coru shred. Only feathers of tho brightest plumago are used, as thoso of the woodpecker, blue-bird or red-bird. Black feathers aro considered to bring bad luck. Tho feathers of a olaokbird or of a ravon aro of ill omen...

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. — 18 October 1895

Clinch Valley News. ED. L. WRIG-HT, jSDlTOft .Sc PROPHlETOR. TBliMS OF S?BdClUPTION: du Advance.) Oy im??), poBtogu paid, ono year. SI.00 try mail, postage paid, six months, .00 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. KnU'i t'd nl the Taaewell (Vu.) poslof iico as se'Coild class matter. FRIDAY, - OCT. IS, 18??. j Pursuant to it t'ttil issued by the county chairman, ? muss mooting of Democrats was held in (lie coiirl house on Saturday Inst, l'ho meet? ing was untied to order liy Mr. .). R. Henry, who placed Mr. P. I.. Holmes in Humiliation lot' tempo? ral}' irtiairamtMl. Alter Hie election of Mr. llolint'k as chairman, Mr. I'.. L. Wright was made secretary. Mr. IletirY thereupon moved tbllt I be convention adjourn until tho arrival of the, wont bound passen? ger Iraiti? lb order to allow Demo crats from tbo east curt lt> partici? pate in the convention. Tho mo? tion was overruled. Motion was then mailt! lo adjourn^ wbicb wiu? canicrt, the convention adjourned sine die. SoTa;...

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. — 25 October 1895

, SALT, GR??'tiilfcG, a:id kveiiytuino belonging in a Family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS. f?L. L. NO. ? JOHN L. BA BE It. \V.Y L'fER J. T?BPIN. Baber & Turpin, WHOLESALE km RETAIL MERCHANTS. Our Ijifr lino of Full and Winter goods uro ar? riving daily, and the prices are lower than ever although all goods have advanced, and the rea? sons are that we bought early and bought di lect from factories, and we prefer to give our customers the benefit of the good bargains. Although leather has advanced from 25 to 50 per cent, we are selliug shoes at the old prices, und therefore wo are se lling shoes Cheaper than our competitors can buy them themselves. llemeuiber that wo carry the biggest line of Groceries in Southwest Virginia, nod all the merchants, as well as the consumers, of this sec? tion acknowledge that wo are the leaders. Our M Ditto: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH AlL MANKIND." If you can't come to market, order your goods, and we will ship them by first, train. . We aro...

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. — 25 October 1895

Professor Ccear Lombroso, tho noted eriraiuologist, says that ono ot tho striking characteristics of crimi? nals is Ike absoueo of wisdom teeth. Japan tells llussia that sho will ovacuato Iho Lao Tung peninsula whon bIio gets good nnd ready, thauk you ; and what are yon going to do about it? American bioyole factories expect to turn out at least 700,000 wheels next year, and this will mean probably halt a million new wheelmen nnd wheel women for 18'J(>. Tbo man who walks is in danger of becoming a curiosity, nvcrs tho New York Mail and Express ! Jane Addams, of Hull House, Chi? cago, in an address before tho I'an American Congress upon the "Settle? ment Idea," explained that iho term means a group'of persons in good circumstances who settle in nn indus? trial nail depressed district in tho city nnd exert all the good they can. Fame is fleeting, muses Iho New York Journal. It isn't so very long sinco Dr. Kooh, tho famous Gorman discoverer of tho "consumption cure," was almost wors...

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. — 25 October 1895

DONT OVER-EXERCISE. ?The Danger Which Confronts the No\S ?ice of tho Wheel. J When Corbett, always rugged ?aa beyond bis fellows, goes Into training, no exacting exercise is undertaken et the outset, so greatly do bis mentors fear the evil consequences of over-ex? ertion. The young men of the Yale and Harvard crew, exercise gently all win? ter In the gymnasium beforu under? taking any severe work upon tho .water, aud even theu the solicitous "coach" permits no ninu to reach the limit of his endurance. Zimmerman, king of the bicycle, as llnulun was em? peror of oarsmen for so many years, trains lu precisely the same manner. When out of form in consequence of a long period of Inactivity, be resumes work with the utmost care, avoiding all fatigue and over-exertion. Every few days his task is slightly increased and lu tho course of time ho is ready for tho starter with every muscle train? ed to Its utmost capacity, aud a re? serve of strength up his sleeve, to uso the expressive words c...

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. — 25 October 1895

jrr'V I"'_-' ???.-?*??? ? iffii i ?? Clinch Vftll?y New?. ED. L. WRIGHf, ^PI^CXK, & PROPR-TfiT?R. TRUMS OK SUMSCKH'TION: lln Advance.) hy muH, iMislngo paid, aiiu year. 81.00 By until, postugo paid, mix months, .00 Advertising rates furnished ou nppli cAtion. Entered at the Tasowell (Vs.) postbf fice as sui-oml class matter. FRIDAY. ? OCT. -??. i.H?ff. TUM slugging mal ob botweou Cor belt and Fitzsimnidlia is off. The Southern Governors were one too many for "Gentleman Jim" tIiis time. NVn wodi.u like to know one thing,' htid that is, it' the Republican (Jon grcss uusen'ts any of the Democratic | Congressmen fiom this State on ac? count of the Walton law, what will I they do with Gen. Walker, who woa| elected under tho same Itiwf The campaign in and about Roan oko seems to be the about the hottest in the Slate. The Uouuoke Kveutug World and the New Castle Record, of Cru';- touuty, are putting in some licks fc bo Democratic candidate. That's right, neighbour., let tlto good work ...

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. — 1 November 1895

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, AMD EVEUTTIUNO BEL0NO1NO IX A. Family Grocery Store, BU$TQN& SONS. VOL. L. NO. 44 JOHN L. habe It. WALTER J. TURPIN. Baber & Turpin, Our big line of Fall and Winter goods are ar? riving daily, and the prices are lower than ever although ull goods havo advanced, and the rca sous are that we bought early and bought di? rect from factories, and wo prefer to give our customers the benefit of the good bargains. Although leuther has advanced from 25 to 50 per cent, we are selliug shoes at the old prices, and therefore wo aro selling shoes cheaper than our competitors can boy them themselves. Remember that wo carry the biggest line of Groceries iu Southwest Virginia, and all the merchant*, as well as the consumers, of this sec? tion acknowledge that we are the leaders. Our Mottto: FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITH ALL MANKIND." If you can't come to market, order your goods, and we will ship them by first train. We are headquarters for Country Produce. Respectful...

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. — 1 November 1895

Tho incorao of nil tho missionary sooictics of the world is nbout $14, 000,000 yearly._ The 20,012,803 inoinborsof churchos in tho Unitod Stntes nro gathered into 143 denominational folds. The total valuation of property in Missouri this year is ?1,005,099,700. This is an incroaso of $90,000,000 over tho valuation, of last year. An idea of the espouse of maintain? ing a lirst-ehiss English modern battle? ship in commission may bo gathered from tho fact thnt tho new vessels Powerful nndTorrible, of 11,000 tens, rcqtiiro 900 men to man them. Russia is so anxious to coloiiizo quickly liio Amur district with Cos snckp, in order to watch the Chiucso frouticr, that she offers each malo Bottler eighty seres of land free, a loan of ?325 without interest for thirty three yenrp, and exemption from taxes for three years and from military service for live. Although good crops are almost uni? versal this year Indiana has SUfTorod from drought, which will causo heavy losses in some parts of Hie S...

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