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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 February 1896

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Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 14 February 1896

/ Hiich Valley New?. ED. L. WRIGHT. ?WXTO? et -pjRO-tV^Jj^XlOrt. -? 'I ? . -.- .1 TBHMS OF BUBBClUPTIOl*: (lb Advance.) I$V r?ub, pn.tt4-.ge paid, oho y?*itr. $1.00 Bt mail, pORtttge pa!d. ?il mobilia, .00 t Advt?Hir?ing rate? famished en rijipli Atta*. * Enternd at th? T?aewcll (Va.) po<5tof ?ce aS aet-bnd clans matter. lUI DAY, FPI? 1 I. 1n;m. k\-PKKsini.N? HArRw'n 11 out in a letter stating that he ia not a cautil date for the Republican Presidential nomination and request* his fiiemls ; to think of putting? his name be ihe St. Louie convention. Now Yaiaident Cleveland wouid follow .?% ?f-Xainple of Mr. Harrison, the i>emocratic par.'j would bestovr a ?rat? ful rote of thanks upon him. v Vokk is to hare an office ' Q&a-inj* ?OO rt iries high?nearly ", '?? It will conlan lOfcOOC nd accommodate 400,()()() P ?? )1h roof. We may pet afp? ' what such a building w "?M be Ilk? when we consid -i that t tin . ire tjopubttiou '?f R.l imi-io ci 'be stowed a...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 21 February 1896

ftfttf*, SUT, 8?0CER1ES, ?mo BA'BBVTHiUa EKLOkOlraO IN A Family Grocery Store, IUST0N & SONS. Clinch Y a "M.. LI. NO. 8 TAZEWELL. VA.. ?a.*-' NI?ST0H & WHS, EWS. L"o,NC ckoc"" T# . -Vs. 21 ? im- WHOLE ?O. OSO Mone'y ...In Creases;?;- =ff? ?* That i? the way you find a paper dollar when you take it out of your pocket. But the best way to find Th\e Dollars of Your Daddies 1*? to advertise your business in ?i live newspaper that is read by most people in the territory it covers. Such a paper is the Cliticl] Valley Ne^s, ED. L. WB?GHT, Publisher. We are now offering the New York Thrice-a-W? World and the Clinch Val? lay NEWT for $1.50 per year. By accepting this proposition Voti <?o| ifoti?? Pqp?v? Vc.r\c\\ \\reA?\ Or i.i-?v two lesa thin yoii r>0 for a duly pajjfer. The r will b tie of t ie political World and you should have the World to keep pace with the great events in the world at large, while the NkW8 will keep you posted as to wh it ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 21 February 1896

AGMCULTURAL TOnTfOa, OK IJiTKKK??T KKIiVTlVK TO KAH.n AND 1?AI?OKN. r-Qer-IXO CATJBAOE. Most people bury cabbago for win? ter use, and if properly doue it is the very best way to keep them. They are, however, not easily got at wbcu the ground is frozen or covered with snow. A part of the crop may bo sat? isfactorily kept as follows: Trim the beads very closely, wrap iu newspa? pers, and paek in barrel*--. Bot in a cool cellar and use ss needed. They will not dry out or decay as when placed in the cellar without protec? tion. If this process is followed, a quantity can be taken from the -round at one time.?American Agrien1 lurist. afiTUtW FOR COWS. Cows may be fed and kept alive on s?raw, if the winter is not too severe for them nnder such 6ad circumstances and. Although given some grain too I with the straw, they cannot be expect? ed to afford much milk, anil what they may givo will be very poor. A SOW needs a good digestible rough food as well as graiu, if she is expeorod to give m...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 21 February 1896

To Top Alt Towers*. / Only recentty Jt was announced ihai Hun-rary *ty\ have a millennium expo ?Itlon in 1390, and already some great ochemel are ventilated for that occa ?ton. Albert Hubs, an engineer of Budapest!!, has started a company ?which will build en Immense tower WC meters (1.025 feet) high, which will con? sist of five sections, each section beiu-,* a steel tube 100 meters (?125 feet) long. If thin tower is completed if will be 050 feet b!gher than the Eiffel * and 500 feet higher than tin? Wutklus tower, to bo erected In London. The work upon the BudapestI: giant tube ?will last nine months and cost fJV ?000.000. Trie. New Tear Outlook. Tho l)ujino>? of tho country has It? so deponent upon politics, i*-*p<x*inlly th*> m-tnufacturiag and importim? interests, that there is ?Agaiu a lull In its activities. w:iit ins; to see what ciia?atr-*s may t*?ke plao ? la tariff and other laws lu.tring upon such I por: ant bnevlm-- o? tr '?It?. ?s 0 iDf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 21 February 1896

ri?nch Volley News. ED. I?. WKICi-KT, aojOITOf? Se PROPHIETOR. T?*?*sa?> OF 8C& \ RIPTION: (lu A.l? Bt H' -il po^?-uce p.ti-1, '?ne year. SI.00 By mail r-osta-*;? p*iid. mx iikjiiiIib, .00 ?; ' Advertising rate? furui*-..i*-d on appii ?ntM>n f*f Kr.tircd :it the Tazcwi II (VA.) p*<~ . Ic< ? - matter. TOi-iDAY. FEB. 21, I *.???. Masonic Notes of Interest. Boston is to have a new Masonic 'touiple, but location and plans hate Hot vet been decided upon. TIip grandmaster of Pennsylvania Bee drei-led thai 9 man who cannot write cannot be made a Mason. An applicant must, with Ids own bond, ?igu hi? naiuo in full to tl.e petition f?o ever mindful thai at y.-nr hand? r.o sh?doar or stain Im east upon the ??xk1 uam? ot du' fraternity, and by jour endeavor* stave to ma'.' g>>:>d nona of Free .Masomv synonj mous with purity/>f lifo and coudud strength of purpose in the pursuit of right, justia-e ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 March 1896

hm, iilf, ?u?ciftiii, y-Si _ _- ~ - XT -? - VOL. LI. NO 10 _ TAZEWKLL. VA.. FRIDAY. ?aWh ?I ISUli ?WON & SONt; 1^ V\/ Si ?-EAOINC CRCCER8. t?zweu.v?; ___L VV H(Tl? NO. l(j(?? 1 (s (1(H Pride qn<l Ladies' Departments^? We wish to call your special attention to mtr Ladies' Oroods Department, which comprises all the latest novelties in dress goods and trimmings. Our line of single dress patterns is lovely and ranges in price from ?o to (12. Wc ?rave unusual car? to the selection of WASH GOODS, and can show you the latest and best styles, including a f?ll line of Dimities. Parisian Organdies. Linen (Jrass Cloths, ?r^ilk (iing hams. Cr?pons, Percales, Lawns, Satines, and numerous other things that we don't know the names of, hut all new. ?|) ? { T \*\* f\ ^}g >k We secured some hig drives in J ^) 1 ?? Un V Oi Table Linens, Napkinsand Tow? els wbicjl we will give our customers the benefit of. SIMPLY IMMENSE. Please do not forget ?U? Ladies. Misses and Chi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 March 1896

A. LOVJS ?OTf, Whnt. sweet mistress, should there bar I Twlxt thy heart and mlae this day? There no barrier I see Which Love may not kiss away- ^ , Kiss away, and tenderly t Bear bis sweetest roso to theo. If a r^^a should bar his path? Thorny with a jealous frown, I Love such winning favor hath He shall quickly kiss It dowr ? Kb? it down and beauteously Bear it on his breast to thee. Love will come his own to greet Though no light his path adorns, Through a world of roses sweet! . Through a desert sharp with thorns Say that Love thine own ??halt bo^ Love will win his way to the*?! ?F. L. Stanton, in Atlanta Constitution. BE ARS GUARD THE GOLD*. A TRBAST7RK ISLAND IN BERING SX A. TB ANGE it may seem, bat never? theless it is quite tru?>. Twice within the past two years tho Island of St. Matthew han come forcibly to ray notice. Tho first timo was in July or August, 1898, in Sau Francisco. Learning that tho whalers wero com? ing in from their lengthy cruises, I sanutered do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 March 1896

The Minister's lit under. ? rkers are telling o other of a Rood Joko on H?-v. Join ? of St. Th ?U?urvh. prvvloualy recte/r of St. iu thl?* city, fits part in the eeesj of the Psfet-WbJtney ?reading read the eervfc ? her he had od the wrong plaee ill the i< or the sing'rg dincoucerted him: ? rate the w?dd"mg p:irty was ainai hear his lick, full volee ulter the v "I am th* rennrreetlen end the ??Heavens and earthf ejaculated ??!> Potter In a whisper behind hill Rectos at once awoke to the facl be eme rending the burial service after one hrssthleee eecoud, he prt cd with the proper ritual. t? ours n in! Waxes. 1 Since liftv y?*ars ago there has here, a-% weO na In Bngrsnd? a gre auction In tlie hours of labo'- r.u "it sccosapHshed for the phi of the wage earners; it was sccei ?d heeanee esoerlence prosed th.it Irish null Creaited to Itlewai the time o? the Schleswig I lo ditttculty, Prince Itisniarek nil laugh by Buying there was onfj man who fully understood that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 6 March 1896

?^^**" Wnon Methods. ?j^S^^^?H^^&K?'^^. .11? ?witi^r extracts Ofl?^^''^r ''?"' ?? *',e amend bb^?^^?^SB^?< I by ^,l* Psrksr to ?'^iiir?K.?^Pn litvv. from whirl) it would : T"*- MrTt a ^leat <l?-:tl of lbs talk in Kd in l?v the minority of tin nepislat in e as to the fnnul ? r?che-d under lbs Walton law is buncombe and only lot political ?IV. et. Mi. Kea?ee, boossl | ') election represen tative from Soli lax. said: '?'He beertilr ferored tbe Crsigbill. and sai.l its passage would esOSS re j >icine> in tbe Populist ami Republi can campa. Hr he^an charging fraud against the 1 )<'inociats. ami sui iiskf.l by Gansn? Hundley if any fr lud whs practiced in Ins (Hid ifax) county at tbe laat election, and implied allirmativelv. He area then knocked completely off bis feel by General Hundley and Mr. I'arker, orbo asserted Unit lie had stated I-? fore the committee when bin was c< nteeted that the alectioil was ahsol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 March 1896

rtl?I, ?AIT, ?fcOCEftltt, ABO MYX?TTULNU BaXOXG?BX* IN a. Family Grocery Store) BUSTOM & SONS, Clinch Valley N VOL. LI. NO. 11 TAZEWELL. VA.. FRIDAY. MAKCH 13, L8?6. EWS. SUSTO* & SONS, LEADING GROCERS. ?AZtWCU,v?i WHOLE NO. ?.?iii? J{s \l\a Vvicr, i\i\d Qqqlity tiftt Wiqs tic T^de. Ladies' Department^f^f^ We wish to call your special attention to our Ladies' Goods Department, which cmiprises all the latest novelties in dress gcods and trimming? Our line of single dreas patterns is lovely and ranges in pri?e from $6 to $12. We gave unusual care to the selection of WASH GOODS, and can show you the latest and best styles, including a full line of Dimities. Parisian Organdies, Linen Grass Cloths, Silk Ginu hams. Cr?pons, P?rcales, Lawns, Satines, and numerous other things that we dont know the names of, but all new. ?|0* T 1^-1 A \^r> W? ^"'rsd ?-??lu?* big drives in JtJli? iJliN *>? Table Linens, Napkinsand Tow? els which we will give our ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 March 1896

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 13 March 1896

.'.'liuch Valley News. ED. L WRIGHT. EDITOR Se PR'.)P]i?BTOR. TERMS OF SU USCHI PTIUN: Un Advance. ) By mail, pontage paid, one year. S 1.00 Bv mail, poetare paid, ?six mouths, .50 Advertising rate? furnished on appli? cation. naOOOVed at the Taaewell (Vs.) postof flee as necond elas* matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 1?, 1.H?MJ IN MEMORlAM. Resolutions of Respect. William Gordon BottioBOre was j born in the city of Baltimore Sept. ! 18,1816. and nan the tide, t of ?en; ?on?, all of whom preceded him to Um grsve, his lout brother bo visa; died i iu Norfolk, Vu, Iteren 1st. 1896. His patent!? were Catholics ami wished to educate him for the priest ] hood, but this not being in accord ! atice with his views he joined the M K. Chuich, ?South, timl leinained a member thereof until his death. He? ir? was mauled at the age ol I'.* to Miss Annie Kvans, of Baltimore. Of the nine children born of the muriiagfl, but two are living. W. T. Botliuiore. of San Diego, California, and Mis? Kate Rottiinore, of ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 March 1896

fl??R, SAIT, aSOC?Rl?S, AMU KVEUVrUINO UKLOSOINO IN S Family Grocery Store, BUSTON * SONS. Clinch Valley News. BU8TCN 4 SONS, LEADING GROCERS. TAZkWEIA. Via VOL. LI. NO. 12 TAZEWELL, VA.. FRIDAY, MARCH 20. ?896. WHOLE NO. 2,663 {(s [S\e Rl*icG quel Qq'aiity lh;il W'ii^ fte Tr^de. Ladies' Departments We wish to call your special attention to OUT Ladies* Goods Department, which comprises all the latest novelties in dpi n gcods and trimmings. Our line of single dress patterns is lovely and ranges in price from $6 to $12 We gave uuusujkcare to the sel? tioo of V/ASH GOODS, and can ?how you the latest and best style?, inelading a full line of Dimities, Parisian Organdies, Iji reft Grass (Moths, Silk Ging liams. Cr?pons, P?rcales, Lawns, Satines, and mimerons other things thai ?re don't know the names of, but nil new. >^\ to * r -vkA , ? .*" , We secured some big drives in \ ?l IJlri t?b Linens, Napkins And Tow? els which we '.v:l' give oilr customers the bsnefil of. SIMPLY IMM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 March 1896

They ?ay that Fashion has tamed against the chrysanthemum. A journal devoted to tho pen, ink and paper trado says that tho world now ases 8,500,000 steel pens every day in the week. There are In the world 901,701 miles of telegraph lines, with 2,GS_',r,?vi miles of wire. The tolegraph mile?? ?a m the united States is 190,303, with 790,792 miles of wire. According to Mr. Camp, who is one of the editors of Ilarper's Round Tahle, tho writers of tho South aro rapidly forging ahead of their com? petitors in other feotions. Wellington and Bonaparto are men? tioned as rivals for the Maryland sena torehip, which coincident lends tho Now Orleans Pioayuno to predict that thero is to bo another Waterloo. Fifty-two now islands havo appoared (by sid of volcanic action) dotting the pr?sent century, and ninotoeu island* havo disappeared?havo been nib merged. This makes a not gain to tho earth of thirty-threo islands. Tbo New York World says thnt the most enccessful "shopper" is tho woman who strug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 March 1896

-:. Kor r<anaaylrstplt?. farmers of Pccnsylrnnta are to be ituiatol. IL it. Lather,*! East Troy, grew over 200 busheJs 8-User's Silver s on one measured acre. Think ot there are thirty thousand farmers try and beat Hr. Luthor and win and they'll do l?, iu Now York, t'csylvania and the oast. Will yoa Then Ikere King Barley, cropped poor soll 11C bas por acre in 1803. Isn't v! wonder ral?.in 1 corn 233 bus. and poU ses and clovers, fodder plants, te., ?te. F?-ei?;ut is aheap to Now York and B WILL CUT rillS OUT .VXD SIWD It With 10 ?. i ostoge to tho John A. Salzor Seed Co., La Croase, Wls.. you will roceiYo thoir mam? moth catalogue and ton packages grains and grosses, laoludtag above oat?, froo. (A.) To be happy Is e| tar k SB ."nse.pi.ncc to ?w *?' ashlonthot to appear so. BTATB or orno, cat or Tonano, 1 \ v LOCAS OOOOTV. (?*? Lf St*5. :'.'.( 'M ? i*1T ****** oath that he is the H?rL.?~1 r I,IU??.l.l,HWU:*. a?*oro to ??e^ore me and .HuiiAcrIbed in my preseuoo, thi? 0iu d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 20 March 1896

I inch Valley News. % L. WEIGHT, EDITOR A PKOP?I LT?R. TERMS OF StTl?CRIPtl< >N: in Advance*) By m.iu ; >?' one >< ir- ?tl.91 ami, |KMstage paid, -?it aaontho, .50 ? rates furnished <?n appli? cant.n. Knt :1 (Va.) | ni'' as *?<<-,>n?l uhaSS matter. I'l.MDAV. MAISCH -'?? ?*?>"? The Press on the Right Side. | Et* auokc World.) '*'iMi??rea<Jhl no j>hji?*i in Virginia that j so ??<>>elv vratchss the opiniono of! tbe pr^i^s of th?? stat?-. from th-? most : i? significant country w? ? kly t<> the ; imporlorl cite daily, ?a ': tin Kn-iiinon?! Dispatch. What the Diopnteli ?.aH to sav then, as to ihe allitude <>t ihe ?State pre?*? on any question of publie policy ia always p4 culiar'.y roluablo tool iinony. I'm til????- reasons ho reproduce tic fol lowing: ' -Ah for as we have been able...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 3 April 1896

9W?% SAIT, -**? tniBBiTeaae a*ii**eas*sM s Family Grocery Stare? i ?TM 4 SO?*. Clinch ? L LI NO II lije y News. \ FRIDAY, AFRIL :i. I* BStTSK A BSaS, LEADING CROCERS *?bWCU,Y?. WHOLE NO. 2fifi e An Attrac?ivi Advertisement In ?s H?-?-, prii?rv-a-jt?' |**J|v-v. flat ha? ?g-*, rbsr ?avr-'-a. rim-jla'iou a*?*l i-ill i< an- . <-?s'i U-ir?r f ail CLTXCH Y&LLEY*tEW If ?o?j ?i*b t*? re-wit tb? i^??>l#? ?.f TaJt???!! ..a tL? one Jim-I, a ?1 th* I? 11? Rfiesas ?t Hentb aw i j Vi:^ini? ??; be afl whieli T-uvaell ?? th- raaates*. v->ji ?-*?*? d ? to BkKMit ?-nWrnaliy ta.raaf.fh th- raala ?a*? of lb? GLH?GM VALLEY KEWS. Established in .3-? 5, ^?* ai.d tW H"-h1"?n?*; iv-*fp-jj?-*? p.: Tax-? ?*?-_" Cemada*. 1 ?? * ? i* ?tndace. AllHe??S>B^IT ioca: PA??*, *<** ?*? in?-f??. ?l'? r* sol r?H|-*? i ? ?: it? ti ui- o. ???Id jMtt*?n**? 1?*-?M^ ?b ?tr^:.-?:*?t ?.iipjH*rj?-iT.. ; aevmisias pans wi.i be F33?i-!i:d cn AfpycvnoB BT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 3 April 1896

Clinch Valley News.! ED L. WRIGHT, EDITOR ?Sfc PROPHIETOR. ' TERMS O* SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, poetase paid, one year. $1.00 Bv mail, postage ??aid, six month?. .50 ! - ? Advertising rate? furnished on appli? cation. Kntttred at the Tasew-ell (Va.) poetof flce as second olaee matter. 1 KIDAY. A Pi:11. .'I, 1806 THE STA TE CONVENTION Tliere i?? a gre?it deal of talk these daya of what the Democratic Stat?* Convention should or ought not do iu Conren'ioN with the financial | question Th? proposition advanced | l>y various paiera thioug'-out the ? the Sta.e., that the convention ignore the finaneiil question, stems to us to l?e a good on?. What i? the use for us to discuss the question, when the Chicago Convention may tl?dare con trsry to our wishes as e\pie*-scd in the State Convention T There is no doubt in our mind that the Demo reata of Virginia will vote the ticket of the old party at the election ibis fall, let the cantlniate be an extreme silver maniac or ...

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