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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 13 December 1895

H?w They Made TJpY r? W ^vas a very nice-looking yoWSS . o,-but he appeurednorvous, and all ?hoqltftlip in the oillce locked at him curl johsly frhcu he ruehed In and aiikcd per. wiUjOn to use the telephone, want tq taJJk ib my wife," ho explained, "and, Mf?re Is a telephone In tho drujj etord p?xt floor to us, whtfro she can talk to mo.'' He was told to help himself. Ho [wont Into the little glass apartmeut and 'closed the door, but ho was not used Jo a tolephoue, being under the impres? sion, that It was necessary to shout into it at tho top of hrs lungs, ami so tho clerks hoard the entire conversation. "Hello) Is that Smith's drug etorel fWoll, tili? Is Mr. .Tones. What? Mr, ?Tones! J-o-n-Yes! Hint's right, next floor! Will you call my wife to the tele, phono, please? Yea, I'll hold my ear here." A Iouk pause, and then In a voice iBoftly modulated: "Is that you, dear? I iwant to tell yon how sorry- What! I say, I want to tell you how?? Yovi can't hear? No! No!! don't bring tho ma...

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. — 13 December 1895

?? ?,. . . -??.,.? ?1)c1"7. llinch Valley News. ED. L.. WRIGHT, ^l?IXO? Sc PHO^RI?TOR. TBlOlS OF~ SU I Wf'BIPT1 ON: tin Ailvithco.) By mail, postage paid, 0110 year. SI.00 B.r mall, posture jmld, nix hioUthS, .50 Advertising mica furnished on appli rauun. fSutered at tlie Taaowell (Vi\.) poctof- j fro us socond class matter. i ,Ti i>A V, ? ? iiliCi U\, I?!).).: ~~GRAND LODGE OF Va7~ Wo take tlie following from tho address of Most Worshipful Grand M tutor .1. P. Fitzgerald. Grateful to Ond that out lives have beim spared, so that we have thus met agitis, I welcome yon to this, the 118th Grand Annual Communication. We miss I he forms ami faces of] RoiiiD frOtn their accustomed places hero tonight. Since we last mot the insatiate archer hau drawn hin bow, und two of your officers hnvo fallen. Ha who for sn many years faithful-! ly recorded tin:so of your proceed-| :'ugs proper to he written?who, dur I iug all those years, was tho Mentor of ouch Grand Master presiding in the Must, an...

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. — 20 December 1895

4^0 RVCnvTUINQ delon01n0 in X Famiiy Grocery Store, ' BUSTON & SONS. vol. Ob,; 57 pFOHN L. ?ABER. WALTER J. TURPIN. -1 BABER & TURPIN. The Wholesale and Retail M erchunts have just received the most complete line of Xii)c}s Qoods ? that wns ever opened in this region. They have goods to suit nil people, both rich and poor; pres? ents From Tic. to $25. So come oiie and come all, and make all your friends and families happy. San? ta Clans has headquarters at our place' so don't hesitate to come along, and make contracts for the little folks, lie is oil Duty Day arid Night. 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 Ro?nbke. Remeniber we lead, and all of o?r competitors follow. If you cant Come in person send an order for anything you may want iii our line. Follow the crowd mid ydu will land at dufc Mammoth Store1. Yours to serve, RABER & T?R PIN, L...

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. — 20 December 1895

Tu Etiropo thoy think that tlio ap pointmont by tlio Germnu Eniporor of Couut Von Wnldersoo ns riebt Mar? shal rncnus thnt war is iu prospoot. Thero is only ouo ohuroh for ovcry forty-livo bundred inhabitants in New York City, und there are districts wbero thero nro fifty thousand inhab? itants and church. - Kan Frauoisco is making n kiek against its tax levy, and it seems to tho Now Orleans Picayune to have good'rensou. It is charged $15.(57 a thousand on a valuation ot $300, 000,000._ Pho'.ogrnphs of tho Maelstrom, the scene of ono of tho most thrilling of Poo's stories, nro to bo taheu by M. Latrufle, a Frcnoh aeronaut, from a j special balloon anohorod directly over tho great whirlpool. It is expected ihat theso pictures will aid in Bolviug tho scientific problems counectcd with thu Maelstrom. ' Tho American Medical Association, nl its meeting ill Baltimore, adopted a resolution nppcaliug to the medical colleges of the country to ni-tiiiu the four years' curriculum of study, and...

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. — 20 December 1895

WOMAN'S YORLD. pleasant IjIxis/tuRB FOR jftADKRS. THIS WOBSy? BELTS. 3)octors any thafhoy fonr tho gen? eral wearing of beP 01 lato has cnusod not a littlo ovor-ping- Thoro sooma eotno grouud fo/this npprehonsion. One cou so casil/pull up a bolt a lit? tlo, and tho rea/t makes all tho differ? ence between iy absurdly largo waist | and ono that lpka trim aud bouom ingly curved./ Women who have novpr though/of tight laoiug aro iu d iced to tryyt for tho flrjt tiino when they wear ?Bilk belt with a gown. Tho only ot/er refitgo for tho stout is no waist liu/ defined at all.?Now York World. r.UATj T.ACE. Inoousjstent r.? over, Daruo Fashion now decyftrcs i:i favor of "real lace," whilo ipdeoking herself galore with pnsto jewelry. Happy now aro thoso who p/ssesa heirlooms of tho precious I illniy fabric, for their owners are ?^lickly singled out by thoso who ? know from among tho otherwise fash? ionably dressed woruou who wear only "imitation." "Kcol" gujpure will bo tho modern laco most ...

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. — 20 December 1895

Clinch Vj??y New?. ED. ib. WRIGHT, 1 tHUMK of auuaoniPTioN: (Iii Advilhco.) # ihail, iH)St?ge }luid, onu ycttr. 81, ly iii?il, postage ptlid, Bli months, ?ppli-i Advertising rate* fufbisllbcb rJut-iou. \ yr Entered ui tlie Taf^oweMva.) postof flce us ?eb?iid olusM n tatter. jr-illHAY; DB?i 20, 1805. i An utUHflpt wits iiiuilu 011 Monday hiorijjirfg to Wdw u}J Mbssre. Geo. AI. htiil P. D. Armour in Chica? go. Infernal machines of a very in genioiiH character; were mulled them, liut wore eiaulitied before reaching tbbsc IheV were Intended for, and I heir deadly character discovered. The Cubniin aro having a big race ?Svith the Spanish troops around their Island bottle. Tlio fint,tiling the Spaniards know they will bo out of "wind" and the Cubans, like the ('on '. tinental troops of ?uf ?vrn bountry, I Hill turn and do tlie lighting. Election bills aoetu to be in order In the General Assembly, as you can 1 generally her.r of one being introduc ' ui each day that body is in session.] Jf...

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. — 24 January 1896

ft&jft, S?LT, QROCERiFi, Ahr- BVKUYTHIN/; BELOSQlNCt IM \ Family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS. -V ? VOL. LI. NO. I ? " " -- Money ...In _<-<!-? ?Xil That is tlie way you find a paper dollar sihen you take it out of your pocket. But the best way to find T\\G Dollars of Your Daddies Is to advertise your business in a live newspaper that is read by most people in the territory it covers. Such a paper is the CHiicl] Vqlley jNc^vs, ED'. L. WRIGHT, Publisher. We are now offering tlie New York Thrfee-a-Wceri World and the Clinch VAJr i.kv Nkwt tor $1.50 per year.' By accepting this proposition Vl Or only two lees than you would jjjet if you were paving $5.(i() for a daily paper. The present year 'wili be one of great interest in the political w orld and you should have the World to kei'p pace with the great events in the world at large, while the News will Keep you posted as to what ia going on throughout the coun? ty of Tazewell. I f von are in need of any printed matter, ho...

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. — 24 January 1896

Tjob Angeles, Col., isn't so pretty a plaoo ob it was. Mouy oil dorrioks bevo boon pnt up within tho city limits, owiDg to a discovery of oil. London femininity propasos to havo n woniou's theatre, for tho glorifica? tion of the New Woman, ami to tho utter exclusion of new and old men. It is announced that 1859 trains lenvo and arrive at Chio&go every dar. Of theso 2'.)i nro through possongor and mail, fliO local and 41S freight Tho most rapid growth in I "no ex? ports of Japan is in door mattings, which now go to the United Stales nnd Europe in lots of 100,000 bales at a time. '?Nat" Herreshoff, who built and designed tho Defender, is at present at work upon a small racer about twenty-five feet over nil. Ii is said that sho is an experiment, und will embody some new sind novel ideas. Police Judge Campbell, of Sau Fran? cisco, joined the Salvation Army in that city recently. Mr-. TJnllington .Booth is preaching there, and nt ono her mooting* Iho Judge stood up and asked to be pr...

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. — 24 January 1896

^OMAN'S WORLD. PLEASANT IiITERATURB FOB FEMININE READERS. COSTBASTDJa SLKKVES. A fashion note of rea] moment ia the trodnotioa of contrasting alcoves, Plaids and brocades havo already made tho sleeves to bodices of a solid and neutral color. A brown silk waist haa sleeves of rose-pink ohino silk and an emerald grcon velvet supports eleeves of faillo in a faded Persian of foot. PACKAGES THAT 8HOPPEB3 CABBY. An observant critio spent sovoral hours yesterday studying packages carried by Broadway women shoppers. As a result he divides packages into threo packages ? genteel, vulgar and nondescript. Any package, according to tho critio, as reported by tho Now York Journal, which lias a plebeian or prooticnl suggestion abont it is vulgar, and tho averago Now York shopper will havo a pair ol cornets sont (ivo miles rntber than carry tho package homo with her. WOMEN FAINTEBS. So great has boon tho increase in tho number of women painters in Franoo of lato years that tho snbjoct is attracting...

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. — 24 January 1896

Vane EU. Li. WRIGHT, TKU...S or ? ? 1 tlQSV (In A'dV:i|?ch.| By mail, postage paidi ttUe vr,i>-. L'\ in:u!,.u\>!''..-.:-f pa i .? .Advurti.^iiiK rate* furnii U< < on iippffH cation. j ; KUlerWJ at tho.Tniiew. II l\ |k?. <:i Hei- iV{S nocoud ?.?!?.>< matti i ' *.| l-vi'{Ti>AY; - ? ? A N.. ". i. iS?dtj /?S6 TALK AN0't,-!?.-:>: \0ftoS\ ?.Vi'!-db Uio United St"'** CJ>ngtWtts i i ?patcl?i; resolution^ Eng*;uid-iai .iriug for war. Tl.- .j-veotion ii iluialy arisen, Wtfy is Hbe "...Wi'i;; ?Hob vast iu*?pr.nili"!.-* for w:<i i -Tt'bai trouble with Germany has fibot'd j blown iovoPjand'riiuiot' ha;, it that Eng! nu'-- ftVrl will Ml 1 foi A'in lie :i wntfi'l. If this should' Viti true, ii'j would In- equivalent In ? d?clatatioii of war bu tlio pin t of iE Ljla'nd, suidj at. present cverytl ing points in tie:! direc^on. We cuiiiol 1ico wi.y <'.m greas does not pj.-o^uu.- iir fact that1 ' the Monroe, ih?aiine ia to \ih 'up ?Id, it \\T11 hnv% Jo bu dull" l.y f...

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. — 31 January 1896

flG?R, SALT, GROCERIES, A 3D KVEHV i'HISU !>l .'.oVilNO. IN A family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS, OL. LI. NO. ? fvloney ...In That is the way you find a paper dollar when you lake it out of your pocket. But the best way to find Tr\e Dollars of Your Daddies Is to advertise your business in a live newspaper that is read by most people in the territory it covers. Such a paper is the OJif|ctj V;|llcv ]\Te\vs, ED. Ii. WRIGHT, Publisher. We are now offering the New Yoi'lc Thrice-a-Week World and the Clinch Val? ley Newt for $1.50 per year. By accepting this proposition Ycuj ?re\ ?ot]v P:\i)CA(s.Kic\rA\ "Wool', Or only two less than you would get if you were paying $5.00 for a daily paper. The present year will be one of great interest in the political world and you should have the World to keep pace with the great events in the world at large, while the Nkws will keep you posted as to what is going on throughout the coun? ty of Tazewell. If you are in need of any printed matter, n...

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. — 31 January 1896

By next'year North Caroline ex poots to s,'in oil her own botton pro* duct. * Philadelphia gets a revenue of $11, 000,000 a year from the street car, gas, water, telephone and other fran chisc8. ?. The University of California has Bot? tled by public debate that tho now woman is "not for tho bcBt interests of tho raoe." In a Kentish Sanday-school the roo tor asked a class of "boys : "Who is the patron saint of England?" Thoy shouted book ail togother: "Mr. Gladstone I" During 1895 tbroo times as many horses have beon shipped from this country to England as in any provious year. Hcrses are so cheap bore that tho English find it cheaper to buy than to raiso them. Tho New York Evening Tost de? clares that thoro aro now 1800 mon nt work on tho Panama Canal, and that soon thoro will bo 6000, and that tho canal will bo iu working order on Bohodulo timo in 1901. It thinks that this will knock out tho 'Nicarocua Canal ontiroly. r Somo of tho prominent journals in Franco aro doorying tho pro...

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. — 31 January 1896

iperliy Canto'Through Pines. tho region of the Landes, which, fifty ?Cars ago, waa ofie of the poorest arid iiost miserable 1? France, has now rears most jbocfi mado one of tho most prosperous, owing to the planting of pines. Tho Increased value Is estimated at 1,000, 000,000 frauce. Where there were, fifty years ago, obly a few? thousand poor land unhealthy shepherds, tneru aro now suwmllls, charcoal kilns und tur? pentine works. Interspersed with thriv? ing villages and fertile agricultural ?juuUl Cruelty to Men but Not Animals. . f'Curious features at tho Danbury (Conu.) fair Included :t monkey who (Indeed rubber balls thrown at ulm. An Ilgen t of the Humane Society Interfered bi behalf of tbe moukey, aud a colored youth took his Dlaco. Time and Tide. "TImn an 1 tlilo watt for no man" SSlth tho adni; ??hat there arc many other things ol the aou-wailine; kind which will not bo'put off ami oUght not to bo. Halt tho misory ot thu world I? eausoil by delay, and Khoiimn tism is ono of...

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. — 31 January 1896

? inch Valley Nem. ED. Lt. WRIGHT, EDITOR ?Sc PHOPHIETOB. TKltMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Un Advance.) By mall, postage paid, one year. S1-0Q By mail, postage paid, Sis mohtha, J00 Advertising rate* furnished <>n appil cn.t-.ou. Eutorei) at the Tascwolj (Va.) pbstof-l fice as second Class llltlttor, ? j FUlliXV; .1 AN. 31, L800. Tub Washington I'ost Almanac and Encyclopedia ktts been received nt iliM office, for which the publish pr.4 havo our thanks. Tbo edition for 18J? is full of valuable statistics and other informal ion ol n general char? acter v>i;h which everyone should he it'oju; i-i'cd. and it is within reach of nil, only (tasting 25 cents, it in pub? lished by Iho-Pohl Publishing Co., Washington, I?. G. Resolutions h'avo been introduced in tho Senate of lbs United States favorable to tho recognition of llio; belligerency of the Cuban patriots Tho Senate has been rather tardy in its net ion, but since the ball litis been xtartc I we bopo it will I o k< pt roll ing. Bud ...

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. — 7 February 1896

I rt?lfc, ?ALT, and evkrythiko bixonu1mg in a . jJP family Grocery Store, BU8T0N & 80N8. ?L. Et.' NO. J Money ,..Irl Greases-^ That is the way you find a paper dollar whe? you take, it out of your pocket. But the best way to find Tr\e Dollars of Your Daddies Is to advertise your business in |i a live newspaper that is read by most people in the territory it covers. Such a paper is tnc Gliqcl\ Vqlley JNe^s, ED. L. WRIGiif, Publisher. We are now offering the --^iJjew York Thrice-a-Week ? World^alft^he Clinch Vai> ley Newt for $YVijO per year. By accepting this j^rXjpositiori Or only two less than you ^ would get if you were paying ^ $5.00 for a daily paper. The present year will be one of great interest in the political world and you should have the World to keep pace with the great events in the world at large, while the Nkws will keep you posted as to what is going on throughout the coun? ty of Tazewell. If you are in need of any printed /natter, no matter what it is, remembe...

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. — 7 February 1896

cenntiB report says that louses in England were side they would oovor ' 460 square miles. Professor Angel], of the University r o! MiobJgan, in a reoent address bo fore the woman's leagno of the Uni? versity, said that in his opinion tho j faculty would contain womon in the near fntnre. Thero is a movement on foot in ] Enropo to raiso money for "the peace ful civilisation of tho African tribos." j Host of the money would havo to be spent in guns and ammunition, th? I?ow Orleans Pioayuno opines. William Mitohell last August got on a car at Kansas City and put his foci i I on a seat. The gripman told him tc } take them down, and when he refused smashed his head in with an iron bar. A jury there has jast dcolded that it ? wsi< justifiable homicide. VJ( tho obildren were inoludcd it ii ted that the avorngo amount spent ..ovlry year by tho inhabitants of *he Untied Kingdom in clothing doer, not exc<W$15. In Franco 87.50 is tht I overXge, in Germany $5. Tho inhobi ] tantsW India spe...

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. — 7 February 1896

The Blow Gun. le blow gun hj ouo of Uie most re rkable savage devices In which com. issed air Is used as a mbtlvo force. 'Tho blow gnu ts a sluiplo tube of cane, smoothly cleared of the Joint partitions, through which light darts, feathered > .with a tuft of down, or pieces of pith, * axe propelled by the breath. ? Tho tilow gnu Is used for killing birds and email animals. Frequently the arrows.ure poisoned, renderlug the light "dart effective on larger game. The chief merit of the blow gun Is the ac? curacy aud (he silence with which It j may be employed. The penetration of the blow gut dart iB greater than would bo Imagined. At the distance of fifty feet I have driven ?>?A blunt dart one-quarter of nu luch Into l a pine plunk. It Is stated thu t tho range BBbf the blow gun among somo tribes Is 3#from eighty to ono hundred yards, "j The blow gun is a tropical device, and may be luoked for In regions whero bamboo or cauo grows. Nevertheless, these tubes ore often made of hard ...

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. — 7 February 1896

t- um.*.'**. ? an 4\ ED. L. WRIGHT, lifeoTk-'O-R- St I'BOPHIETOB SRMSOF ?UBSCIQtTlON: (.In Advance.) postage j>jiiil. one year. SI.00 'mail, postage puiel, six inoutlis, .30 'rt 7rdv< rti.dng rates furnished on appli Hhtcretl at the Tiizowell (Va.) postof ttec as second class matter. KU1DAY, - FEB. 7, 1890. 14 ? COUNTY LOCALS pHAWVER'S MILL8, Feb. S. Oiir tymool closed Hie 28th of Jan? uary with a nice exhibition. We hope Miss Baker will tench for us again next year. George do not get discouraged be cai'fso yonr girl nlipped nwny from mi the last d^y of tbe school, for c.i walk was sleek iind sho could ?dt help it. Try ber at home. i wisb Leo Hicks would let nie know where be got Iiis Inst iiools. He has not been to the shoemakers j for 2 weeks und I know his boots are :.i oues and svnerld liko a pair like them. It was reported that there wns a pedler found dead on the Iticb Mouu tain road to Burks Garden, yester? day. ' Aunt Betsy Lambert and Aunt JJitney Seal uro still confi...

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. — 14 February 1896

mm, mit, Moemct, family Broccry Store, lUtTONASONI. iMoney * ...In That is the way- you find a pa?eV dollar WhAm you take it out of your pocket. But the best way to find Tr\e Dollars of Yolir Daddies Is to advertise y'duf business iii a live newspaper that is read by most prJopl? in the territory it covers. Such a paper' is tlie Gliqcl] ED. L. \VfeiGHf, Publisher. We are now offering tli? New York Thriee-a-Week World and thy Cmnch Val? ley Newt for $1.50 per yean By accepting this proposition Or only two less thail ydu w^/iild get if you were paying $5.00 for a daily paper. The present year will be one of grettt interest in the political world and you should have (he World to keep pace with the great events in the world at liirge, while the Nkws will keep }'ou posted as to what is feoing on throughout the coun? ty of Tazewell. IIf you are" in need of any printed mattet*', rid matter what it Is, remember that we are" prepare'd" to do I_ _ _ First Class Job WWk on Short N?TICE. All we...

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. — 14 February 1896

? Much Valley New?. ED. L. WRIGHT, TB11M8 OF SU??CBIPTI?rT: Uu Advance) |hr tnuil, postage paid, ohe y**ar. Si.D? B> mail, pOStuge paid, (fix mohtliB, .00 ?Advertising rate* furnished on niipb mm. .Bntfere? at tlife Tarfcwoll (Va.) poStof ce aa set-bhd class matter. VRID?Y, ? vim- 14. IS???-, kx-l'iiEwini.N? HAiiftisifN is out in a I .?tier atating thai lie is not a candi date for the Republican Presidential nomination and requests hie friends Bot to think of putting his name be th? St. Louis convention. Now 'resident Cleveland would follow .% ?Xauiple of Mr. Harriaou, the Democratic parly would bestow* a grateful vote of thauks upon him. N'r.w York is to hare an office I uikting iOO stories high?nearly It.OOO feet. It will contain 100,000 c iiiicGB.. ant) accommodate 400,000 p.oplo under its roof. We may get an idea of what such a building W slid be like when we consider that nlmoal the eutire tiopulutiou of Bnl 'iuioro city could be stowed away oiLfqrtably. MORE ELECTION LAW. I...

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