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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 27 June 1890

IN SL.UMBER-1_A.ND. Hero where Clod's angels are, Kuch shining us u star; White-winged nml crowned with radian? hnmortal, I breatlie u wordless prayer, And then with head all bare Open the door and step across the portal. Tho perfume of sweet flowers Makes faint tho drowsy hours, O'er floor and walls the moon's white tido la creeping. While in soft slumber shrined, Their rosy arms entwined. Upon the bod two little souls are Bleeping. I know not what they dr-.-aia. Ear i,y their raitles they teem Blessed with a vision beautiful nml tender. Perchance all hand In band They roam through fairy lend Or tail e'er seas thu stars gild with their splendor. Whitens a daisy bloom One face shine* through the gloom Tho hair like sunset 'ere the West growr sober? Reil are the other's lips, His loess the dusk eclipse Of leafy woods iu days of boown October Oh, peacefully thcyr?st, Within their snowy nest, Tho vagrant ."eel are quiet till day break? ing? Their April joys und cares Fled with the twil...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 27 June 1890

E. V. SPOTTS KEEl'S A FULL UM OF SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, spices, by ku ps, CANNED GOODS, FISH. CHEESE, crackers, CAKES. flour, MEAL, LARD, BACON, frk3h MEATS. He also bus in stock a choice line nf Candies, Confection*, j I Tobaccop. fiml f Igor*. ? niul is headquarters for Fresh Fruits,' ] both Foreigu and Domeatic. A well conducted nestau rani in counecti'on. TERMS:?Cash in full of all nr. ! count? on lut of every mouth. BRAND NEW! - Confection Store. I i ?BY? JOHN 8. YOUNG.j A desideratum in confectioneries, aside from sweetness, in purity. This firm will make it A point to keep the host of everything in CANDIES?, OAND'I ES, (JAdJfDlES, FRUITS, FRUITS. FRUITS, CAKKSv CAKES CAR-ES, canned goods, canned goods, canned goods, famtly groceries, family groceries, Family groceries, and all' clap, kept in like establish-1 fnents. | A fuVf line of Tobaccos, Cigars and , Cigarettes. Our goods will be continually ar? riving, and as wo-will leave nothing. Undone to please tho public, wo bo 1'i...

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 July 1890

Clinch Tiillcy News* PUBLISHER EVERY FRIDAY* The I, ARO EST OOURTY PAP&tt pttbliahed .in the Stale ot Virftnfa-, In? tended not only K> !*c a, local county pft jxjr but id?o n representative ?f the ed tiro Clinch Valley country. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail; postage \iaid, one year, SI.SM "My mail, postage paid, six montlm', .75 Advertising rnloa furnished <W nppll cation. Entered n't th a TarovreU C. II- (Vs.) Jtnistoflice aa second clues lViaUcv. C. ALDKUS?ft-, TL ATTORNEY AT LA.W, Taxbwbia O. n. Va. Will practice iu the Courts ttl Tajo'wcII bounty and the Gour*t*of Appeals at WyUie Villo. 'ColterUug a tpeelally. LanAa for sale and '.and ti'ilea f iiie.iinciV. i. it. r'ctroK. *. M. *. ooitL-Linn, Lite Ciicuit.Tn.Agfl. County Judge, WyVheville, Va. Tazowcll C.U.Va. Jj^IILT?N Je COBLLINU, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, - TlXKWSU. C, It. Va. tyill pracMeo in the. Civcfcit Cost** ft Tor.owoll county. 8. M. K. Cmrfta'g will oanti.r.nn*hi? prac? tice it all *bn Courts of Bi...

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 July 1890

The T?sWy Dejiartmcnt at Washing* ton hi* ?ccivcd nu unusually largo omomr oy 'conscience uionev" huclv. pfotTessiro agriculture is said to he as tar jfdvnnccd and fully developed in lyytern New York as any section of this ' New England capitalisil arc still hur? rying through the South, announces the Drover**' Journal, seeking. opportunities for investing money; The city of Philadelphia makes a profit of innre than $1,000,000 a year by supplying gas to the consumers, besides haying the entire city lighted free of COst. _^^^^ The Baltimore American says then, ought to be some punishment for such arrant frauds as the California doora BC?lers', who declared thnt San Francisco ?would be destroyed by an earthquake on a recent date. Hr.ns.-.s and Mississippi appreciate the veteran soldier, observes the New York Telegram. The former Stato scuds to Congress a solid delegation of ox-Union soldiers, and the latter State a solid dcle <mtion of men who wore the gray. Statistics show that th...

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 July 1890

BACKLOG DREAMSi Abovo the glowing embers I bear tUo backlog sing 'Themustc it remember* Of seme remembered spring: Back to tho branch forsaken ! Return the jocund choir, Ami in the chimney walten A melody of fire. j The sparks' rod blossoms glisten \ And Hash their glancesbrief At me who lean und listen And dream 1 hear a leaf On sonn.? May-morning sunn.' bow lisping in the tree? Or, in his haunt of honey, AlHeem-enamoured bees i Or, 'tis the :oft wlna blowing 1 Its .sweetness from tho South? A fragrant klsa bestowing Upon the rose's niouth; \ And era tho spoil i> broken Or darkness o'er it sups, 1 sec tlio scarlet token j Of love upon her lips. i Without, tho wind is bittCi, Tho suowllakes till the ni -ht; Within', tho emberi glitter Anil gild tho i.Ill with li^htj And in Iba Hroplnce gleaming The hecklog sings d way, And mingles all my dreaming With birds, mid blooms,and kfayl ?j'i?auk It. Sherman, in Seribner, fatm,is"m. Exquisite, the duck pic that the cook 'hail served that ...

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 July 1890

Clinch Valley New?. FRIDAY * / ji?' - V 11, 1800. VIRGINIA'S DEBT. The (joii-i/i of Foreign Bondhold er? in Lone"11 witb their ConiiniLtee, to wl-om/?* Bpccinlly givon charge of the Vfginiu ilobi, Luve ngreetl to recein/einl liif following, which is pr?fy/oil witb a preamble, containing u n/nibrr of whor oases : ?'irst?The following gentlemen lotLV0 col,s('"^"' '" ;u ' us 11,1 Advisory ( j ji1"^ f?r Ii'0 creditors in this hchulf, ; ' r.it: (trover Cleveland, Thomas .Bayard, Edward J. Phclps, Gco. 8. Cop, (loo. <1. Williams. The duty nnd Inaction of said Ad? visory Honrd in to examine mich plana or propositions of adjustment as may ho formulated nud proposed by the Bondholders' Commit loo rep? resenting the holders of Ihoobligu tioiiH of Virginia, which shall Im sub? mitted to it, in accordance witli Hie terms of this ngreoincnt, and to stale its approval and recoiniuoudation or the contrary. Its approval and rcc ommendalion of any flan shall I? unanimous and in writing. Vacancies...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 11 July 1890

Clinch Valley News* Klxl?AYi ? -~ JULY ll. 18!?(>. 1 "I1 . III |,, , > L?C?l Atf]) GENERAL jYMWS BRIEFS. See Snniidefs' icinnauts. Seo Little" Lord Fuitfittcrny to night. Mr. Frank MooH will represent Lord Fatintlcioy. Roftflfitnta or all goods must be eold. At Sauudcrs'. Odd sizes iu clothing for largo and small figures nt Frank & Co.'s. Miss Charlotte Heifry has return, eil from her recent ^111? east and south. The work of removal of step's libd (torched projecting on to the Streets has begun. The new building at Ihe Semi? nary which will contain ten rooms is going lip rapidly. Mrs. W. G. Harrison, Mi's. 1. C. Dodd aud Miss Ella Iligginbdthaitt uro at Ihe Montgomery White. A lew broken lots of shoes will be cold cheap. See them. Snuuders. Prof. C. Shelburnn attended the dedicatory exercises of Randolph Macon College at Bedford City on t he Ith. Miss Kate Kelly is homo from a visit to her friends, Miss Bollard of Pnlnski, and Miss Johnson of j Princeton. Mr. B. Dodd, or B...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 11 July 1890

THE DAYS. Tboy pns?, mute figures, through a sombre gate. When Time, tlio Warder, turns thu noise* less key. Veiled are llibir faros, and a mystery Ot grayest robe enfolds their cloudy state? Xn single march tliey move, nor soon, nor lute. Ami gifts'. Joy, good, tho fruits of life's fnir tree. Lots the crown, the cross of pain and pov? erty, ' Their lull linnds hold, these Almoners <>f Knie! Por *ome. they wako glad bells to chiming* soft: To norno, they bear the chrism of sweet death! Vainly wo strive to bar their CooUtopi oft, Or, eager, call en than with quick-drawn luv uh. They paw, unmoved, to jobJ*tue shadowy train Of vanish) d days, llial sliall not come again. ?Elizabeth If. Flake, in VotmouottttiH. Caught Bv Gomanches. In 180S a hunting patty composotl ?f several prontinonl citizens of Si. Louis, Cincinnuti, Louisville and Chicago, and itutnl>eriiig alioul thirty in all, entered the country of the Cnmimchu Indian- in Mint elbow nl Texas lying between Now Mcxico^und...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 11 July 1890

.WISHING. "I wish I had an cables eight P Said Johnnie, with a radiant Ioo"r, As all sas round the evening light, Each occupied with work or book? "Then on far Eiffel tower I'd stand And view the wonders on each li.-uid." "But you've no ship to crors the scaV Cried little May, in quick reply. "And. if you had?how sick you'd be! I'd take the eagle's wings and fly? Then on nnJ oe, o'er hill and plain,. Uiglil round the world and home again." "Pshaw: Eyefand wingsn sneered sturdy Dan-r "IM choose, if I a choice could make, j Alton's strength,'' '?And I," said Kan, i "The lily** breath and beauty take." Then sweet-toothed Noll piped, "For my part. Give me, from be??, the honey art." Wishing ran wikl. Wo nil were say, Mother sat (owing, weary faced; Small time bad ibefor books or play, So many ititchei mass ba placed; bid pussy stretched, lazy and fat, Close at her feet u| on the mat. "Mother!' called Dan. " Tis your tun? j now! What would you take he..1 youth; chatte?*" She pushed her g...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 11 July 1890

tor Infants and Children. ??CaatorlalsfsowolTadapteiltochlldronOirU | Contorlrt I rvromimml it as KiirM'riiirtoany iir< serinUon i Sm;r titoin.icli, I Hun-ham, Ernctotl?i?, known to we.'* II. A. AKcur.u. M. I?.. I ?"??Wj;^?. t1""* *WP' "ua I'ru"-Jtcs ??* 111 Bo. Oxford St., llrooklyu, N. T. | Without uijuriouj medication. Tim: Ck.ntaCH CO ? Mi i; Slr-.-t. Y. ???a*FMBaMWBM Look at Our Stock -OF Clothing ami Gents' ^urai^liing Goods.! Wo harn o)K>iictl our now invoice of CLOTHING, 1'NDKKWKA I;. HATS. Amj . for (.lie Ami wo have no hesitancy in showing rl en i>m< of (lie best, over opened the Southwest. Tlio iletnnnd fur Letter goods of better make, lit nnd linish lias inoreuscd, | as a matter of economy, and wu Ituvc mot it more than half-way. There is a FRESHNESS AND VIGOR ? ?ribont our own manufactures for lid; uoason that IcnroH no room for dead mal terns or dull designs. ?As far as prices are concomoil Ihoy are LOWER THIS SEASON THAN EVER BEFORE, IbconuRO our manufnetu...

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 July 1890

fei inch Valley News. fr PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY; The LARGEST COUN'tY PAPER publinhod in the Stale oT Virginia, ln tontled not only to be a local county pa? per but als/> n representative dl the en? tire Clincb Valley country. " TERMS of ??USi hllTlON: (lit Advance.) By mail, postage paid, oue year, Sl.?O By mail. postage paid, si_v iitOUtbs, .75 Advertising rates furnished on :ipi>li cation. Entered at the Tazewell C. 11. (Ve.) pnstofUco as ueconil class matter. 0. ALDEltSON, II. attorney at law, TiOIKWRI.ti O.il. \'.\. will practica Iii the Courts of Tatzowoll j bounty and tlia Cotlrlof Appeals at Wyllio villo. Colloctitig a ilpouiaity. Lands for Sale and laud lilies examined. j. it. roi.tom, a. m. u. oouiaaso, Latu Clicuil Jndgo. County Judge - Wythevlllo, Va. Taxowell O.ll.Vn. T^U.LTON & COULLING, Attorneys at law, Taxewkm. O., II. Va. Will practice iu the Oiroitit Quarts or | Tazowll county. S. M. II. Oeitlling will conliuiio his prne- | Hue in all the Uourts of lliiul...

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 July 1890

It is said that (Up British Government has issued orders for tho erection of a now fort at tho mouth of Halifax linrbor. A judge in Cleveland, Ohio, refused td naturalize a foreign-born applicant be cause he had never read the Constitution and could not tell how and for what length of time a United States Senator was elected. The Government of Denmark ha? erected fifty telephone stations, chiefly on the west coast of Jutland, for the use of fishermen, who are thus aide to commu? nicate with the fish dealers at a distance and secure better prices. All the life? boat stations in the country are also con- I ncctcd by telegraph and telephone. A reporter who visited Cronly, X. ('. the seat of the pine fiber industry, and a town of some forty dwellings, finds i: to be the beginning of a genuine Utopia, lie writes: "There arc no town olllcials, and the people arc doubly blessed in hav? ing no taxes to pay and no collectors to collect them. No liquor is allowed in the place, and crime ami d...

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 July 1890

A FRIENDSHIP. Email fellowship of dally commonplace Wo hold together, dear, com trained to go Diverging ways. Yet day by day 1 know My life is sweeter for thy life's sweat grace; And if wo meet but for a moment's space. Thy touch, thy word, sets nil tho world ngiow. Faith soars serencr, haunting doubts .-brink low. Abashed beforo the sunshine of thy face. Hor press of crowd, nor waste of distance serves To part c.s. Every hush of cvoninx brings Boiuu hint of thee, true-hearted friend of mine; And as tlio farther planot thrills an 1 swerves When toward it through the darkness Sat? urn swings. Even so my spirit feels tho spell of thine. ?Ellen llurrouyhs, in the Century. BARBARA'S CHANCES. "What a selfish, heartless world this is!" murmured Barbara Blake to herself, us she sat by the window, mending, with deft, delicate stitches, the holes in old Mrs. Dickinson's black-silk hose. "Here I am, n girl of eighteen, to whom gaiety and amusement and sunshine would seem as natural as the fal...

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 July 1890

Clinch Valley News. Fill DAY. ? ? IVLY 18, 1890. " FOR TIIE ??D CONGRESS. T?o unanimity with which tho Democrat!* of ihu Ninth District con code tho race for Congress to Hon. John A. Buchanan, the present mem? ber, is a deserved tribute to thai gentleman. His record in the Hun-., is one such as few men have boon able to make dining a lirst term. He commands the attention <>f that hotly whenovcrhe addresses tho chair by icason of his honesty, ability and thorough comprehension of import aut questions of government, lie went to Congress on business and has irivon that business hi* lime and ... I brains, and the people of t his dint i iei fi el that. they are represented, thai \ through him they are no longer voiceless iu go vorn mental affairs. When, two years ago, John A. Bu? chanan was nominated, this papei not only advocated Iiis cloclion 1ml also his re election, kuowing that lie was a mail who wottUI grow in use fulness year after year, until oveiilu idly the Ninllt Disliic...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 18 July 1890

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY,- - - JULY 18, 181*6. l?c.iL AjXJ) general j\'E ivs briefs. See Siftfudcrs' remnants. Preparation for Ilm Fair is now on. A cur load of ico at Btislon & Moil's: Tito celebrated lie- No Tea for ealo at l' 11sI < >11 & Son's. Remounts of all goods must he sold. At Maunders'. Odd sizes iu clothing for largo ami small figures at Frank & Co.'s. Mrs. W. M. Dyor has gout) to Floyd county to visit bur father's faiuily. Miss Nettle Witten left. Wed lies day, fur st stsly at Hunter's Alum fciprings. Miss Rosa. Witten returned Wed? nesday from a protracted visit, in Iticliinotid. A few broken lota of shoes will be sohl cheap. See them. Sounders. Capl. S. C. Pointer 1ms not yet re? covered from his illness Mrs. Paint? er came over from .Marion to be with him. A well qualified young lady, well endorsed, desires to tench in a pri vnlo family. ?See advertisement "wan led." Judge Coulling'a hat, one which ??.ho hud intended to band down to the future Jud...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 18 July 1890

out ok son now. As violets crushed arc- sweet; As petals of tho rose Shed fragrance on the wind That o'er it roughly blows As perfume from tho lilies bent Ascend*upon the air? So from the chastened soul doth riso Incense of song anil prayer. ?Ludia T. Ilobinmn, in Harper. A REPENTED HEROISM. It was not poor Ethel's fault in the least. She could not prevent Tom Ken? dall loving licr any more than she could help being the dimpled, merry little body that she was. Tom could not have told you when he began to care for her, be? cause as far back as be could remember Ethel had been the prettiest girl in the world to him. Only a low garden wall separated tlie two houses, and it was ipliteillltlll.il that Tom should come over it every day. It was a little shorter way than around through the gate, ho would say: and Ethel gated admiringly at him as lie cleared the wall at a bound. It was lone? some at home for him with only the old housekeeper and his father, ami they did not take the lively i...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 18 July 1890

Uti, boic can a fair mnldcn smtlo anil by gay, lie lovely and loving anil dear, Ab ?wert uu a ro_e and ns briabt ns tbo May whea he: liver la all out or gear/ Bin; cant, it la impossible. But if she will only take Dr. Plcrce's (leiden Medical DLvov ery. It will clraiiu' .-.mi stimulate licr disor? dered Uver, purify lie* blood, lnafco brr com? plexion soft und rosy, her breath wholesome, licr spirits cheerful und Ucr temper sweet. All dro;;i;ists._ Don't bnwk, hawk, blow, spit nnd disgust everybody ?rlln your oltensive brcn'.h, but uso Dr. face's Catarrh Itemedy and end it. Every man lias Ii s particular bent, cs pecially afw eating a prematurely pulled watermelon;_ Si.r A'nrrl? FVfC, sent byCrnntn A Co.. I'liila., Pn.,to anyone In I". P. or Canada, post raid. Upen receipt ?f Dobbins'* Electrical Soap wn peers. Sec. list of novolson circiiliirearuunu ea.'li bur. Tins soap for sab- by nil grocer*, The export of cotton cloth for !--^-s'J was llS.4j.'J,l'Jl yards._ HALL'S CATAUItH CURE...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 18 July 1890

??iiiiiiii'iiiiiiii'Iii m " i i?i-i ' " ?-"-?"??^'^ ' "Ca?torialsso wclUdnptcdtoobll-Jreriilmt j Castorfs rmr-n Cotle, CotMrttpAtton, trecommpmlltassumriorloniiy i.n^iTiimon i Hotir.Htoinimli. I'i.irr!:'ea, Kr r. t-iu m, fcwwniomr." H.a. ARcnnit, M I... | K'""^';;""". C'yBS ^'P- "u'i P?""?" Hl So. Oxiori BS., Wruotlyc, N. V. j Without Uijurloui medication. 1*ns VtatMiH Com-axy, :r Muimj Ktn-o, K. Y. IHW'll'iliI.Ii I .II IM ih 'Iii I Look at Oar Stock ?OF? Clothing- and Gents' Furnishing Goods. Wo liavo opened our new invoice of CLOTHING, UNDERWEAR, HATS, ,&c., for tho And wo hnvo no hesitancy in show in;; it ns one of the besi ever opened i the Southwest. Tho demand for better goods of Imtlor make. Iii und finish Im* increased, a matter of economy, ami we have met it more than half-way. There is a FRESHNESS AND VIGOR nbout our own mnimfncturos for tins season llmt leaves no room for cleuil pnttcruR or dull designs. As fur ns prices me coucuriio'l tboy nro LOWER ma SEASON THAW ?V...

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 July 1890

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVEHY l'KlDAY. The LAUGEST COUNTY PAPEU published in Ute State of Virginia. In temlod not only to be a local county pu per but also, a represeututive of the en? tire Clinch Valley country. TEItMS OF Si'l-.S: ?UlPTluN: (In AdVuueo.) By mail, postage paid, one year. t?1.50 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .70 Advertising rates furuishetl on appli? cation. Entered at the Tajsewoll C. II. (Va.) postoHlce as second class matter. H C. ALDKRKON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ta/.c.wkI.i/C. If. Va. Will practice in the Courts of Tnr.ewell county mid Iii? Court of Appeals ?t Wylho villo. Collecting a specialty. Lands for sale and land lilies examined. i. it. Kiu.ToN. s, m. n. coui.i.txa, Lute Ciicnit Judge. County Judge, Wvthevillo, Va. Tazowoll O.ll.Vn. TCULTON A- COULLING, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TaxewIki.i. C, ft. Va. Will practice- in the Circuit Courts of Ta/.ewoll county. H. M. H. dialling will continue hisprnc ; in all the Courts of llni-hunuu county. C 1 A. THOMPSON, DEN...

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 July 1890

1 It oOsts Si,250,000 a year to clean tho tjtrcets of New York. Germany is endeavoring to uniform her soldiers so that they will bo invisible, tind as oue step has adopted the America" forage cap. Free Italy expels correspondents who ifnil to support in their dispatches the financial credit of the country, exclaims "tc Washington Star. The London Morning Pott, a semi? official organ, advises the English Gov? ernment to stop building iron-clads which soon become worthless, and imi? tate the United States in constructing ia^t cruisers like the Chicago. Special efforts arc being made bj Census Superintendent Robert P. 1'ortcr to secure from county, city, town and Tillage officials, h clear account for ISb'J and 1889 of bonded and floating debt, sinking fund, cash in treasury uud annual interest prymcnts. Wisconsin is one of the few States iu the Union in which the foreign born vot? ers greatly outnumber the American born. In 1SS0 there were 189,000 of the former, and but 149,00(1 of th...

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