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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 November 1895

"WEARING THE HAIR, a k EVOLUTION said to be IM? PENDING IN COIb'FURES. Less Simplicity und More Crimps Tlinu Kvor?CliongcB lu Autum? nal Costume??Styles lu Pall Millinery. IT is statod by ono who knows, that we uro to huvo a rovoiutiou in tho otylcs ot wearing tbo hair. Tho disadvantage of tho incom? ing styles is that thoy aro apt to iu augurato an era cf falao hair, as tho component parts of which tho new coifTuro is composeil mny nil bo bought individually and* adjusted. Tho implements aro a toothed crimp? ing irou, a wire frame and somo extra hair, if a woman bus an insufficient amount to produco tho nocossory abundant effect. Americnu women wear less false hair, proportionately, than tho women of any other countty. English womeu of all oWjucb load their heads with falso "fringes," switches and bangs. Tbo hair problem is a very scriotiB NEW STYLES IN ono to the average British woman. In the arrangement of her hair she is al mo^t.nB helpless as her Japanese sis? ters. If her maid...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 1 November 1895

Clinch Valley News. ed. l. wrig-iit, BDITOR <fc y ROPRIETOK. "?TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, ono year. ?1.00 By mail, postage paid, six months, .50 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tuzewell (Va.) postof floo as second class matter. Fill I) A Y, NOV. I, 18115. COUNTY LOCALS Springvillc, Oct. 30. Mr. Sam Lilz pnsaeil tip the. road Molitln.v uskttitj; men to come out and vote tor him. Mr. S. H. Winjfo ctttne tip Mon <lny. IVoill Elkhoril, to see Iiis broth er, Mi. L. C. Wiugo, who has ty? phoid fever. Mr. John llumbrivk is at home again, visiting homelblks niitl n few special ft iends. Mr. S II. McMiiUin was up from lower Bluestone, lust Satnrduy,btiy. itig some beef cattle. Mrs. Maud Curler, neo Wells, died lust week lit her home und was biuied ;tt Springvillo cemetary. Tho remains of Mrs. H. C. und little Johnin Wells, who have been (lend .S or 10 years, were removed, last week, from Shrnder's to the eetn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 November 1895

> Pill, ard KVKKYT1IIN0 bexommku in a ?, m, mmi, Farhily Grocery St?re, BUSTON & SONS. VOL. L. IC5 john l. uabeb. WALTER J. TURPIN. B?te & Turpin, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS* Our big lino of Kall and Winter goods are ar? riving daily, and the prices nro lower than ever although all goods have advanced, and the rea? sons are that we bought early und bought di? rect from factories, and vV? prefer to give otir customers the beueht of the good bargains! Although leather has advanced from 25 to 50 per cent, we ?ro selling shoes at the old prices, add therefore we are selling shoes cheaper than our competitors can buy then) themselves. Hem ember that we carry the biggest lino of Groceries in Southwest Virginia, and all the merchants, as well as the consumers, of this sec? tion acknowledge that we arc the leaders. Our Mottto: "FAIR AND HONEST DEALINGS WITK ALL MANKIND." If you can't coino to market, order your goods, nod wo will ship them by first tra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 November 1895

Tint of 2,000,000 railroad passon gcf in this country ono is killed and ton injuroJ, according to recent statistics. iBo Commission Bent out to view the Nicaragua Caui? roports that it will cost probably 8110,000,000. The tirst estimate was S61,000,000. The Board of Education of New York City is couviuced that 00,000 ehildrou oro roaming the streets for lack of school accommodations. It is a curious fact, if true, as stated by Seaboard, that the "great manu? facturing city of New York uses only about live limes the steam power de? veloped by the cngiucs of the steam? ship Liuoania or tho Campania." A sixth of tho total railway capital of the world is invested in British railways. The number of railway em? ployes is lon.OOo, rind Great Britain , has 121,000 miles of railway, against 70,000 in other purls <d Her Majesty's domains, and 100,000 in the world at large._ Following hard upon the capture of a great ltussian contract by tho Hcth lehem (I'euu.) steel works conies th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 November 1895

A Go mi an Cuat?rri. ,^ Tho custom, of celebrating ({old and silver weddings' belongs to Germany, Thd silver wedding occurred, only on the twenty-fifth anniversary, apd niosl peoplo could celebrate tbat, bill to be fifty yearn married was a sort of no ovent In a family. The houso was quit* covered with gnrlauds, all the neigh? bors from far aud near were assem? bled. Vice Versa. Blinker?"The women know how ti handle a train." Dluker?"Yes, and If this Oow societ} fad of female boxing gets Into vogue .1 supposo they will be having traiuen to handle them."?Philadelphia Inqul rer, _ lie ?Would Talk. Gus de Smith?I wonder if tho editor of the Puglo would say a good word for our cremation society if I asked him? .Tones?I guess so. Nothing pleases him any better than giving somebody a roust.?Texas Siftlims. AN UPltiaiTT MAN There Is certainly some flight, feeling of hu mlllatlon In being bent down and obliged lu creep nlotig for fear of n snap in tho spinnt column. It Is mich ii plain show...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 8 November 1895

alley News* Ii. VVRIGHT, BJDITOR ?Sc I'ftOPIllE'I'Ort. THRMSOK SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mull, postage paid, one year. Si.00 U.r mail, postage paid, six months, .50 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Taeewell (Vu.) postof lice as second class mutter. FRIDAY;" ~~ NOV. S, |805. THE ELECTIONS. ()ilCQ more the Democrat it! parly has been buried beneath an itvti IHllfliuOl' ballots; bttt tho party will come out oh Ibp in tho end ns we never light aft bard when every? thing goes well with tis as we do when we are oil our hanks, and we Certainly seem to be there now. The only bright spots oil I lit) Democrat id hofiflOtl are Virginia, Mississippi and New York City, aH ?1st? scetns dark and dreary. In Virginia we have elected over two-thirds of the. Legislatitrtyvhile Tammany carries New York City by it big majority, nuU there urn no mugwumps in .Mississippi. P in nearly every other Sttttu ill llie Union the Republicans have won with hands down, The l)omoerata...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 November 1895

FIOUR, SALT, GROCERIES) aKd evebytiiing bflonoh.-o in a Family Grocery Store, BUSTON&SONS. Vol. l. no: 4Cr JOHN L. BABEE. WALTER J. T?RPiN. B?bei* & Ttir?iii, wholesale and RETAIL MERCHANTS. Our big line of Kali mul Winter goods are ar? riving daity? uud the prices uro lower tliah evei although all goods bave advanced, and the red-, sous aiti tbut we bought early and bought di? rect from factories, and we prefer to give our Customers the benefit of the good bargains. Although leather has advanced From 2fi to 50 per cent, we are selling shoos at the old prices, and therefore we are selling shoes cheaper than our coiupolitura can buy tlieui-tbeniselreft,. Honiembet- that we Harry the biggest lilio of Groceries in Southwest Virginia, ami all the i merchants, as well as I lie consumers, of this sec? tion ackuowledge that wo are tho lenders. Our Mottto "FAIR AND HONEST BEALIM?S WITH Ail MANKIND." If you can't como to market, order your goods, itnd wo will ship the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 November 1895

In Tho Iforum Edward Atkinson Bttyfl that tho pcoplo ot tho United Stnlos "nro tho lightest taxed for N'a tioual purposes ot auy machino-using Katiou."_ According to AriBtolo women in some Grecian cities owned a prent deal of real csl.de, voted, held oilico ami enlisted in the nrmy. Tho "new wo? man" was i&ihipopulnr in Athens that a play was written satirizing her do tire to control the city. The natural resources of this coun? try nro not yet half known. A <-"\tf\ pony just forme! in California Will j manufacture n new fuel composed of a mixture of peat and nsphnllum, bolh of which nbotind in inexhaustible quantities in different parts ol the Hinte._ More than GOO miles of railway, rep? resenting n capital of nearly ?8,000, ?00, nro being built and projected in the Slate Ot West Virginia. Tins is | a greater mileage limn is under con? struction, in nny other Statu in tho Union. Most of the roads are lor tiio purpose of opening up the uudcvol loped coal and l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 November 1895

AGRICULTURAL. TOPICS OF 1NTHKKST KKFjATIVK TO FAII31 AND GARDEN. c1ums0n ceoveh. Sow ctimEou clover, tou pounds of Eeod per acre, at tho last cultivating of corn, tobacco aud other hood crops. It will make a lino catch, and cau bo cut early next summer or- plowed un? der as a green crop. Crimson clover is a great gatherer of nitrogen from tlio air, and thcreforo a great aid to cheap manure. It won't cost much to give this plant a trial.?American Agricultural. EAntiY riiOWiNO for winteu wheat. Moht winter wheat now is sown after some spring graiu, as the price ol wheat lias for years been too low to warrant kecpiug tho land in uso two years for one crop. But the earlier tho land car. be plowed after tho i.priug grain is oil the better will bo its condition for fid! seeding; Tho barley crop ripens in July, and some? times ho early that it cau bo got olf iinil the grouud plowed boforo tho mouth closes. Thai leaves six to scveu weeks for surface cultivation aud com paotiug the seed bed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 15 November 1895

Clinch Vttltey Ne-tfsJ ED. L. WRIG-HTs AiorrOl* <te gRopRTfjTOB. TEUMS OF a?nSt UU'TION: UU Advance.) Hr mail, pontage paid, one year. SI.00 By mail, postage paid, si\ mouths, .JO Advcj'ttsltig rates furnished ou dppti-! datiota. Eutercd at the TnzcwMl (Vu.) dostof-1 lice as eeooud clues nuttier. FRIDAY, - NOV. Lft, 181)5. THE FIVE POINTS, bV S. Mi J KNKlKs. Foot to foot, no mutter where. Tim' fut- beyond lnj> destined road, IT brother needs u brother's run'. On foot I'll k? and Share his load. knee lo knee, ho selflali prayd Shall ever from my lips ascend. For till who act upon the square, At least, henceforth, my knee shall bend. Breast to breast, and this I swear, A brother*8 secrets liefe shall Bleep, 11 told to me upon' the square, Save those 1 am not bound to Keep. Hand to burls, oh type of love! Fit emblem to adorn Jhe skies. Bo this our work, to^Viut above. 'I'd holp fioor falling mortals rise, tlhoek lo cheek, or mouth lo Cur. 'We all like sheep luivu ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 November 1895

ftfitift-, SALT, aR?fJErtlES; AND BVKUVTHIKCt UFLONOIKO IN k family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS, VOL. fc. NO: 47 john L- RARER. WALTER J. TURP1N. Baber & Turpin, WHOLESALE AND RETML MERCHANTS^ Our big iiiin of Pall uild Winter goods are ai' riving daily, and tho prices uro lower than ever although nil goods luive advanced, nnd tbe rea? sons uro tbnfc we bought enrly and bought di? rect from factories, and we prefer to give oiir customers llle benefit of tbe good bargains. Although leather lias advanced from 25 to 50 per cent, wo uro selling shoes at tbe old prices, and therefore we urn selling sboes cheaper than our competitors can buy tbeiii themselves. Remember that wo carry the biggost line of Groceries in Southwest Virginia, and all the in.bantu, as woll as the consumers, of this seo lion nckuoivledge that wo tire lhe leaders. Our Mottto: "FAIR ?ND HONEST DEALINGS WITH Ail MANKIND." If you can't come to market, order your goods, ami we will ship them by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 November 1895

Ith Americau Indians havo 50,000,000 ainoo 1789. JTovou cahlos now in operation Iho Atlantic havo cost upward 5,000,000. is declared that men in n snvngo ?to never havo tho toothache. Wo Sever havo seen any ouo with tho toothache who was not in a savage state. V Hungarian paper figures out that Itussin now produces a lew million more busheln of whent than this coun? try. Possibly this is true, remarks the Now.York Recorder, but if Russia will look ntour pile of more than -, 000,000,000 bushels of corn it will con elude that wo simply raise wheat ou tho su'e._ "Bull fighting ns a speculation," says tho New York Evening Tost, "hns received its quietus in Colorado, the balance shcot of tho speculators show? ing a net loss of 31000. This is the most npproprinlo way of putting nn end to it, but it is to bo hoped thnlnll tho pnrties couccrucd iu it may be puuished by imprisonment also, The event proves that even ou the fron? tier the public taste is not Bodopravod ns to find amusement in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 November 1895

/ Mrs. Znbbs?I met with one of the strangest experiences-of ray life to-day, Mr. Zabbs?You aid! AVhat was lt1 Mrs. Zabbs?Just tbis: I was getting on an open car nud the man on the end seat moved in and let mo have lt.?Ilox*. bury. Gasctto. ?t. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot cures sit Kidney anil Bladder troubles. Pamphlet and consultation froe. Laboratory Blnghuuipton, N.Y. GoUlllsh wero-flrst brought to England from Chloa at tbe cad ol tbo seventeenth century nnd wore called Chinese, gudgeons. .HIS stopped tree In Int. KLINE'S OrSAT NeIivb Kriminell. N<> lit* after flrsl day's Use. Marvelous eure.?. Treatise und S-.t?i trial bot tlu tree. Dr. Kline. KU Arch Si., I'Mtu., l*ri. Slrf. Wlnslow'u Hoot hi in; Syrup tor elillilren teething, eoftens tlio gum*, reduces Inflama tiomuliayt, pain, cures wind culic. -j u. ti bottto. PUo's Cure for Consumption tins no oqilBl as n Couch medicine,?K. M. Abbott, 8S3 Keuccn J-t., Hufluto. N. V., Mnv 1894. IfnfTlictcd with Enroeyrsuso Dr. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 22 November 1895

Clinch Valley News. ED. L. WRIGHT. EDITOR ?fc PROPHISTOR. TEUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: tin Advance.) By mull, postage paid, one year. SI.00 Bv mail, postage paid, six months, .50 Advertising fates furnished on appli ?SMOH. Kutol'pd at tho Tnstewell (Vit.) pestof- J flee us second class matter. FRIDAY, - ' - NOV. 22, .805. Tub Wabbititon (1). 0 ) l imes is j rapidly leaving behind it all the daily papers of I bat city, both its regards I its subscription list aud if* general makeup as a metropolitan uewspa j per ft is a crisp and uowsy paperl I deserves wed! at. the hands of its" lington patrons. fj'.i.tc.vN newspaper? and polili ! are boasting that the recent .?Iis proved to be the (loath >f tho Democratic party, but i they will rind out before they get through with it that they have hold | of the liveliest corpse they ever laid their bauds on. Tho Democratic party HnB pwsided at the burial of at ' least a dozen political parlies since it came into existetico a century "go, and...

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

FLOUR, SALT, GROCERIES, AND BVERYTHINO BELOKQIXO IN A Family Grocery Store, BUST ON & SONS* VOL. L. SO. 49 CIO I i I I 3?! LOOK! LOOK!! LOOK!!! Our buyer is noTf ib the North visiting New York, Phil? adelphia and Baltimore, buying the J Lqi^gest Lciqe of Xii\qs (|) GOOD that was over offered to the people of this section. ]' So don't buy anything until you inspect our stock. And W while our buyer is buyiug Xmas goods he will also lay in j' a fresh supply of all the latest thing in Dress Goods, f| So if you can't come to Poeahoutas write to us for sam pies for we can please you better tban auy of our compot (/?) Ma itors iu Price nod Style. Look out for our Big Xma? Ad. next week. BABER & TURPIN. J$ 1683 ESTABLISHED OPPOSITE HOTEL UOANOKE P. O. Lock Diuwmt 8. The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company. JOB EDW. L?. STONE PRINTERS RAILROAD COMMERCIAL PRESIDENT. St- HO US 1ST, JEFFERSON STREET, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. Wo Publish a Number of Periodicals, School Maga...

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

In ISiiropo tboy think that tho ap? pointment by the Oermau Euiporor of Count. Yon Walderseo as Field Mar? shal menus that war is iu prospoot. Thero is ouly one church for every forty-live hundred inhabitants in Now York City, and there aro districts whore there aro fifty thousand inhab? itants aud no church. San Frauoisco is making n kick against its tax lovy, aud it seems to tho New Orleans Picoyuno to havo good reason. It is chargod $15.67 n thousand on a valuation ol S?:!00, 000,000._ Fhotogrnphs of tho Maelstrom, tho eceuo of ono of the niOBt thrilling of Poo's stories, nro to bo taken by M. Lntrufle, a French aeronaut, from a special balloon aucborod directly over tho great whirlpool. It is expected that these pictures will aid in solving the scientific problems counectod with tho Maelstrom. The American Medical Association, nt its meeting in Baltimore, adopted n resolution appealing to the medical colleges of the country to sustain the four yenrs' eurrieulum of study, and dop...

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

WOMAN'S WORLD. FJjKASAKT fclTERATUIUS FOR FE3IININK kkadkks, THE WOBST OF BEI/TS. Doctors say that thoy fear tho gon oral woariug of belts of lato has causod not a little over-lacing. There seems BOtuo ground for this apprehension. One can so oasily pull up a belt a lit? tle, and tho result makes all the differ? ence botwoen an absurdly largo waist and one that looks trim aud becom? ingly ourved. Women who have never thought of tight laoing aro in? duced to try it for tlio first time when they wear a ailk bolt with a g own. The only other rofuge for tho stout is no waist line defined at all.?Now York World. REAL LAOS. Inconsistent as evor, Dame Fashion now declares in favor of "real lace," whilo' bedecking herself galore with 'paste jowelry. Happy now'nro those who possess heirlooms of the precious filmy fabric, for.ihpir owners aro quiokly singled out by thoso who kuow from among tho othorwiso fash? ionably drossod women who wear only "imitation." ".Real" guipure will bo tho modem ...

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

Clinch Valley New?. ? ED. L. WRIG-HT, 333DIXOH 38 PROFBIBTOB. ' TERMS OF SUDSCUIPTioN: CIu Advauco.) By mail, postage paid, 0110 year. $1.00 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .00 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tnsewell (Vu.) poslof (tce as Bofcond class matter. FBI D AY, - DHC. ?, 18!?.-). Congress convened on Mondi.last bnt no business is likely to be trans a ted before the first of January. We understand that Gen. James A. Walker is anxious to he a member of tho committee on elections in or? der to help the Republican contest? ants in Virgil la The umiu argu? ment advauced by the contestants is that they were defeated by frauds committed under tbo Walton elec tion law. We suppose, thnt if the contestants are seated, Gen. Walker will resign bis seat, in Congress, us he was elected under tho samo law, and. to be consistent, could do noth? ing less. President Cleveland sent bis annu al message to Congress on Tuesday last. It in an elaboralo document, an...

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

AV? EVEltVTUIN0 BEtOSUlKO IN a family Grocery Store, BUSTOM & SONS. VOL. L. NO. 50 I 1 I m I i BABER & TURPIN. The Wholesale and Retail Merchants have just received the most complete line of Xti|qs Qoods that was ever opened in this region. They have goods to suit all people, both rich and poor; pres? ents from 5c. to $25. So come one and come all, and make all your friends and families happy. San? ta Claus has headquarters at our place so don't hesitate to come along, and make contracts for the little folks. He is on ll) Duty Day and Night. I I Our stock of other goods in all lines is complete in every particular. Dress Goods in all varieties just received, and our Shoe department is the most complete west of Roanokc. Remember we lead, and all of our competitors follow. If you cant come in person send an order for anything you may want in our line. Follow the crowd and you will land at our Mammoth Store. Yours to serve, BABER & TURPIN, Leading Me...

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

Thoro is a movement in England to have public sohool children taught to swim._ Lieutenant Poary says ho is "dono with tho North Pole." All mothods of renohing it hitherto tried havo proved a failure. A French journal thus itemizes tho ingredients of FronohcoiTee : "Boast? ed horso liver, roastod black walnut sawdust and caramel, or burned sugar." _______________ London Truth has calculated the earnings of tho tou most prominent British novolists for last year. Rider Hajrgard ran highest, with about S9700, and Floronco Morryntt lowest, with S3780. _ Some idea of the quiiutity of salmon in the Columbia ltivcr, Oregon, or at least of tho quantity taken out, may be formed from tho fact that some of tho big canneries there uro now put? ting up in cans nn average of ten tous of tho fish every day. Some idea ol tho extent of the. lum bor industries of the I'acilio Northwest and of the extent of tho forests is had in tho fact that during tho six months from March to August of IK').-, lO.O.T...

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