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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 8 August 1890

THE TURQUOISE. AN ACCOUNTOFTHE DIFFJEB.ENT VARIETIES OP TUE STONE. Different Place? AVhero Tnrquoises Have Been Pound?The Color MoBt Highly Prized?How \o the Stone is Cut. "Within the past month daily papers have given a brief accouut of the tur? quoises iu Now Mexico, as though they only recently had been discovered there. This may, indeed, be news to some per? sons, but not to those who know some? thing about the history o." these precious ftoues. As loug ago as LS5S Professor W. P. Blako cailed attention to the presence of turquoise at Los Ccrillo?, about twenty-two miles southwest of Santa Fe, wdiere ancient mining opera? tions undoubtedly had beim carried on. Since then, hue specimens of turquoise have been found in several States?for example, in California, in Arizona and in Nevada. There are many interesting facts con? nected with turquoise which it is well sometimes to remember. To begin with " the. name itself, a curious fact is to be noted. Turquoise was formerly regarded ...

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. — 8 August 1890

CASTOR IA for Infants and Children. ? "CMtorlni-i.-owrlladapted to chlklrm ttmt | Castorf? ciirr-i Colic. Conctfpatlm, known to me>'* H. A. Arciisr, M. D., I postitin 111 So. OxfordbX, Brookl/n, N. T. I Without Injurious modlcatloo. The Centaur CoarAKY, T7 Murray Street, !t. Y. Look at Our Stock ?OF? Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. We have opened our now iuvoico of CLOTHING, UNDERWEAR, HATS. A.c., for tho SPRING AND SUMMER USE, And wo bavo no hesitancy in showing it as ono of tbo bost over oponed in tho Boulhwost. Tbo doirmnd for hotter goods of lint tor make, fit and finish has increased, as a mutt or of economy, and wo hivvo mot it more than half-way. Thcro is a FRESHNESS AND VIGOR ahntit our own manufactures for this season Hint lonvos no room for dead patterns or dull designs. As fur' as prices uro concerned they are LOWER THIS SEASON THAN EVER BEFORE, . because our manufacturing has groatly increased. Ask for any STYLISH MATERIAL and wo can bIiow it cut in tho latest s...

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. — 15 August 1890

i ^ple Wonder X/ITKN they find how rapidly health ' " ia restored tiy taking Ayer*s Sur iparllln. The. reaKon is that this epnration contains only the purest ul most powerful alteratives and ?iilcs. To thousands yearly It proves a jrltablo elixir or lifo. Mrs. Jos. I,uUe, Broekwav Centre, ;ich., writes : " Liver complaint ami (digestion niado my lifo u burden id camu near ending my existence, or more than four years I'suffered tin >ld agony. I was reduced almost to skeleton, and hardly had strength to rag myself about. All kinds of food 'stressed me, ami only the most dell ite could Ire digested at till. Within ia time mentioned several physicians anted me without giving relief. Noth ig thut I took seemed to do any por lauent good until I begun the use of yer's SnrsupurillH, which has pro nce.d wonderful results. Soon nftor immenciiig to take the ?ursaparilla I mid see an Improvement i my condition, my appetite began to turn and with it mine the ability to gest all the rood taken...

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. — 15 August 1890

(Tst?nlcy^stiraates the population ol l&Jrka at 250,00^,000. The first Legislature of Washington eft the State to tout uphills of $1,000. 000 and over. The new State of Washington expects to have within twenty years a school Tuml of $20,000,000 from her school lands. The Superior Council of the Protestant Church of Prussia has issued a circular Instructing the clergy to denounce the socialist movement. The recent purchase ?f 2000 Texas jecf steers for export to the City of Mexico, seems to indicate that a de BUtnd for better meat is current there. At New York city it is proposed to ! jpan Kurth (or Hudson) River with a riaducl bread enough to carry six stand? ard-gauge railway tracks, ami 10 cost (40,000,000. ruling the last six years SS021 women nave sought divorce in France as com? pared with 0900 men. Ten men and ICS women sought divorce while umlei twenty years of age. A wasteful slaughter of moose is said to be carried on upon the upper Ottawa River in Canada. The animals a...

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. — 15 August 1890

A PERFECT DAY. Ij. ij "White roses are swaying . . And meekly displaying ?Their.sboll-faahloned petals 1 So fragile and cold. WhUe bluebirds are flying Where alders are sighing. The winds on the wavelets i The lilies unfohL j O'er meadows the brightest | Drift cloudlets the whitest, I Down softest anil bluest Of summery skies. The apple tree twinkles, Aud in the air sprinkles its blossoms that Butter I.iko white butterflies. The crystal brook gushes. The wild Hower blushes. The trailing arbutus Is pink eu the siopt; Tl-e valleys a-tremble, That Eden resemble, Are sunny aud fragrant With kisses uf hope. Oh, hours sen-nest. The roaiest, greenest, Gold-vestured and groeefid Asswausona stream! Our souls keep repeating, "Oh wherefore s<> Heating, Like faces we only Can see in a dreamt" [J, A'. aftmA.-i'Mrt'c/.', fil Youth'? Coinpfinfon. THE WEDDING- GIFT. ?'A package for you," said the dearest girl iu the world, as she ran I or word and brought me a a long, narrow box. "An? other w...

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. — 15 August 1890

for Infants and Children, - "Cattorts is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as Buporior to any prescription known to me." h.a. AaniiR, M. D., tU Bo. Oxford bs., brooxlyn, n. t. CaAtoris cures Oolle, OonatlpaUnn, ttour Stomnch, Diarrhroa, Kntclntlon, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promote*} di? gestion. I Without Injurious mcdlcaUon. Tiis Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, N. T. Look at Our Stock ?OF? Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. Wo have oponed our now invoieo of CLOTHING, UNDERWEAR, HATS, &&, for tho SPRING AND SUMMER USE, Anil wo have no hesitancy in showing it as ono of tho best over oponed in the Southwest. The demand for better goods of better make, fit and finish has increased, j ns n matter of economy, and wo have met it more than half-way. Thero is a FRESHNESS AND VIGOR ahotit our own manufactures for this season that leaves no room for dead | patterns or dull designs. As far ns prices are concerned they are LOWER THIS SEASON THAN EVER BEFORE, bec...

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. — 22 August 1890

Valley News. J??jysi-11CD EVEUY FRIDAY. LAUGEST COUNTY PAPER jhed in thu Stute of Virginia. In- j |1 not only to bo a local couuty pa-. ,it also n representative of the eft-1 lliueh Valley country. jCERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In-Advance.) hil, postage paid, qno year. $1.50 I til, postage paid, six montlts, .75 j 'ortising rates fuvnislied on appli jorod at the Tazewell C. H. (Va.) ?Uco As second ch\8s matter. |C. ALiDEUSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tazkwf.i.l,"G. II. Va. i prnctioo in Uro Court? of Tnzewoll |v nnd tlio Court of Appeal? nt Wytho Colloctiug ^specialty. Lands for | Iid luutl titles examined. ?U1.TOH, h, M. B. COUI.I.1NO, i Ciicuit Judge. ? County Judge,, 'ytkoville, Vn. Tazowell C.H.Vu. Vl'OiN & CO?LLING, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tazf.wki.i. 0., H. Va. II practice in the Circuit Courts of | ell county. I. II. Coulling will continue his prnc all tho Courts of Buchanan county. TllO$^ON~ DENTIST. |ce. West Buck Room, StrOs' Build "patahs. '.EWELL-LODGE A.'F. A A. M. No. ?2. TAZEWELL O....

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. — 22 August 1890

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY. - AUGUST 22, 1890 DEMOCRATS MUST AROIiSE?? TRIBUTE TO .JOHN A. BU? CHANAN. Pulaski, Va.. August 18.?Now that thu Democracy know who their Standard bearer is in tho Ninth dis? trict, lot ovcry ono of thorn go to work, sec that each county is well or? ganized. Don't put tho matter off, as 1 have said before, a good start is half of tho battle. Let us iiaiko up our minds to give ''honest. John" tho largest majority over given in tho district. It made mo feel proud tho oilier day at the convention hero af? ter listening to his powerful speech on tho issues of the (Jay, that we had such a man to represent us. Two years ngo, when be lirst ran for Con giess, I was editing a paper in the Fifth district, and doing all I could to elect brother Foscy Lester. I mado this assertion iu an editorial? "While all of our candidates arc in telligeut and good mon in my opin? ion, John A. Buchanan is the braini? est of the sot, and will prove so iu a few years." I slick to my...

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. — 22 August 1890

Iclinch Valley News. igd?y, - atJoIIst "??Tiwu). iOCdL AN.D GENERAL j\EWSJ31UEES. The tnuddle over tbo s. A. & O. .. It. Co. continues. t^A^iim! Mrs. O'Keeffe ufo with i?lnTs in Giles Bounty. Judge und Mrs. S. 0. Graham ?y*^*^t Aileghaii.v Springs. Odd sizes in clot lung for largo ml s'uiull figures at Frank & Co 's. Hon. Juo. A. Bucliamiu was to egin his canvass at Marion, Mou Walter, little son or Dr. A. P Inrgrave, bus been quite ill all the ?eok. The authorities were culled upon u quell a light at the depot on Suu ay last. ^ yC Mrs. John M. Spotts, of Staun Ion, is'visiting friendsandrelatives i the city. Hon. George D. Wise was renom ihited lot ('engross in the Rich nond District. The Tazewe'l C. H. Improvement Jo., in another columu',.cidl lor bids ti McAdatn work. Miss Harriet Henry, of Washing on city, is visiting her brother, Injoi K. R Henry. Rev. J. A. Leslie will build upon he hind reserved when he sold to lev. j\N. Harmati. . Hon.^J5? H. F. Leo was renomi isted ...

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. — 22 August 1890

V for Infants ond Children. ? "Cutorl* la so well adapted to children th?t j Castorf? euros Colic. ConsttiwUnn, f^m?u,,JHuaBurri?rU,n?yprc??r.puon g|jr Btoa^DtarAejJ, ^J^, ^ known to mo.' II. A. Aacur.it, M. D., I pretlon. Ill 80. Oxford BU, Brooklyn, N. T. I Without lnjurioua modi calico, Tiik CkktaUR Coutahy, 77 Murray Struct, N. Y. Look at Our Stock ?OF Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. Wo hnvo oponod our now iuvoico of CLOTHING, UNDERWEAR, HATS, &c., for the SPRING AND SUMMER USE, And wo linvo no hesitancy in showing it as 0110 of tho host ever oponod in tho Southwest. TI10 demand for hotter goods of bollor lunko, lit and finish 1ms increased, as a mutter of economy, and we have met it more limn half way. There is a FRESHNESS AND VIGOR about our own manufactures for this season that loaroB no room for dead patterns or dull designs. As fnr as prices are concerned, tboy^ apf j LOWER THIS SEASON 'THAN EVER BEFORE, b#e*a?*otir manufacturing has grontly increased. . A?k for a...

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. — 29 August 1890

( Clinch Valley News. 'A* ? . ! PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. The LARGEST COUNTY PAPEU published iu the State of Virginia. In? tended not only to be a local county pa? per but also a representative of tho en tiro Clinch Valley country. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! (In Advance) By mail, postage paid, ono year, ^l.tit) &y mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the TaieWoll C. H. (Va.) poetciflico as second class mattet. ?. ALDERRON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tazewt?m.*,0. H. Va. Will {tract ico in tho Conrt? of Tozewoll COuntynand the Court of Appeals nt Wytbo Vlllo. Collecting a specialty. Lands for ?ale nnd land titles examined. I 3. r. VUI.TON. m. m. b. otii.Mm, Lato Circuit Judge.. County Judge, Wythevillo, Va. Tazewoll O.H.Va. P^ULTON A COULLINO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tazewei.*. C, n. Va. Will practica in tho Circuit Courts of Tnzowoll county, _ 8. ALJ1. On I ling will continue lux prac? tice inW-i.thn Courts of Bnchnnnn county. o. A. THOMPSON, DE...

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. — 29 August 1890

OF COITSISTIITG OZET RY GOODS, NOTIONS, MILLINERY, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS AND FURNISHING GOODS. Not simply to reduce stock but to close out busness entirely. My Btock lias been well kept up, and, as this sale is to enable me to make change of business, such prices may not for years fall to [the lot of the public. This sale is of every thing and the prices will warrant purchases even in Spring and Summer lines-?where there is anythingleft. The majority of the goods, however, is just what the people are asking for daily. i jit will get cold after I close out, and every lick will bring sweat. I 111

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. — 29 August 1890

Clinch Valley News. ?-j:----*- :. _:Ji-=? FRIDAY, ? AUGUST 28, 1890. LOCdL AND GlMJluJ]. L A' E WSJ3R!EF8. Wo learn tttat Dr. Grcovor is.-Ml ggf fever at Graham, j t~ Odd sixfes itt clothing for large anil small figures at Frank & (Jo.'s. j j Mr R. A. Snuutlers is closing out * his stock of goods preparatory to removal. There Ivas another ki?ing at Sword's Creek, in Russell county, Monday, MontHonake'r add Geo. .Steele having been shot by John Martin. Trunks, umbrellas and valises always form a part of I. Frank it Co.'s stock and the various' kinds are now on hand to bu sold at closo prices. L Frank &* Company, the cloth? iers, consider themselves entirely and completely equipped for ,tbe season in all things that go to ninko the outer man presentable. President Dreher, of Roanoko Ooltoge, j is iu town. He usually ' succeeds in drawing a number of our young inert to his popular in? stitution and we hope will have success this time. I. Frank & Co. have built their reputat...

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. — 29 August 1890

for Infants and Children. ? "Cutorla Is so well adapted to children thai I CMtorla cures Colic. Constipation, ^?omn.cndita.^rior.onnrprcsonption gjg ?^?p1. d* known to me." 1L A. Abciim, ?I.D.. I ecstloo. Ill Bo. Osfoixl St., DrvakJyn, N. 7. J Without Injurious medication. Tue Cektaub Comfaky, 77 Murrojr Ktrcol, K. V. MlUillilft JM III ll'lllliilllill'M'IIIHIIIi liTlUT Look at Our Stock ?OF? Clothing aud Gents' Furnishing Goods. We have oponed our now invoice of CLOTHING, UNDERWEAR* HATS. &c, for tlio SPRING AND SUMMER USE, And wo bnvo no hesitancy in showiug it as one of the best ever oponcd in the Southwest. Tho demand for better goods of hotter make, fit and finish has increased, ns a matter of economy, and wo have mot it more than half-way. Thcro is a FRESHNESS AND VIGOR about our own manufactures for this season that loaves no room for dead patterns or dull designs. As far aa prices are concerned they nro LOWER THIS SEASON THAN EVER BEFORE, because our manufacturing has gre...

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. — 5 September 1890

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. The. LARGEST COUNTY PAPER published in the Stute of Virginia. In? tended not only to be a local county pa? per but also u representative' *of tho en? tire Clinch Valloy country. TEltXtS OF SUBSCRIPTION": (in Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. SI.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Eutored at tho Tazuw?ll C. H. (Va.) postotilco as second class matter. H C. ALDKRSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tazkweli/C 11. Va. \Vill practice in tho Courts of Tnzowoll county ?nd the Court of Appeals at Wythc villo. Collecting a specialty. Lands for ealo and land titles examined. i. H. rm.Tou, 8. M. B. cuOi.uiKO, Lato Ciicuit Judgo. County Judge, Wythcvillo, Vn. Tazowoll C.H.Va. JfULTON & COULLING, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tazeweli, O, H. Va. Will prnctico iu tho Circuit Courts of Ttizewoll county. il M. B. Coulliiig will continue his pruc ticof.i? nil the Courts of Buchanan couuty. c. A. THOMPSON, DENTIST. Offi...

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. — 5 September 1890

p "It in royr reasonably certain," ao sounccs tho New York Observer, "that Moruiouism will soon cease to flourish ou American soil." It is said that Gorman is the language tpoken iu the royal nursery of England, Is well ns used exclusively in the Royal Family when they are among themselves. ? Tho British War Department lias re? fused to pay a pension of $5 per week to the destitute survivors of "the noble Six hundred." "Monarchies and not Re? publics arc ungrateful," is the comment of the Chicago Post. Western farm mortgages are now occupying the attention of legislatures and money lenders, according to the Drooert'Journal. "Wall street has been grcnlly benefited," it asserts, "by the de? mand for money iu the West." Over fifty American publications? monthlies, weeklies and dailies?arc sent to Russia, and in the case of each and every one every line touching upon the Czar, politics or nihilism is blacked nut by the Government censor. In some cases the publication is entirely sup? 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. — 5 September 1890

-AHikrtiDs and armou used b"S VAHIOI'S TKIBES. tCov jnnut CutrnssorKouth Pacific Isl? anders?Thick Corcau Armor? A Body Fence or stiel.u ?Souio Shields. To tboso whoso acquaintance' with ?armor is confined to that of the times of Hicham Carur do Lion, the primitivu ;suit3 in tho National Museum at Wash? ington would provo a surprise. Thcro have been knights of all nations aud times; tho first sword was a blade of ^clipped flint, the lirst spear a five-pointed -stick, the first shield and body armor of thick skia of wild animals. ' Those wero tho humble beginners of tho famous swords, shields aud harness -N ulobrutcd in-song and romance. They ?wore tho equipment of tho brayc knights whose names arc uurccoided. .TAPAKE8K WARRIOR8. Defense and offenso nrd tho two great Ideas along which weapons have grown; nature began it in tho conflicts of tho armored slow and tho uunrmorcd nctivo nnimnls, which wc see repeated between the ships of to-day. When missiles be? come more penetrating tho ...

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. — 5 September 1890

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, . - 8KP1\3, 1890. OUR COMMON INHERITANCE. [Concluded From 1st Paoe.] try, tho "Great Southwest," now ac? knowledged by Northern brain and press and capital to be tho fairest and richest doinniu of the earth; with a rich climate above a rich soil car peted with every product of the Tem? perate Zone; surrounded and bolted with rich forests of timber, rich beds of conl and ores, locked iu one an oIucib' arms; situated ou a broud guugo, solid bud, and, I believe, steel rail extension nf tlio Norfolk and Wettern railroad, wbioii is desliued j to bo one ol the ''{?rand trunk sys j teius" of our eoutiuuut with already a main line of over 40.) miles of (rack, connecting with rich and broad countries on tho West, North and South, and lerinitiating in the East in Hampton Itoiids, the finest harbor on tho Atlantic coast, on whoso Wrt ' ti rs. loudly a generation ago, the first "irou clad ' batilo of tho world was fought betweeu the Monitor and Merritmic, brother and...

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. — 5 September 1890

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, . SEPT. 5,1890. L^OClfT?jYD GENERAL J\EWS BRIEFS. Capt. Wm. P. Cecil was in tlio city during t?c weck. f? Au elegant line of silverware is on display at I. O. Dodd's. ^ Miss Nettie Witten bas returned 'from an extended summer outing. Odd sizes in clothing for largo and small figures at Frank & Co.'s. Dr. W. H. Price and son, Dr. Jno. \V7, were in town during the week. Mr. and Mrs. .his. D. Harrisson returned to Tazewell on Wednes? day last. Miss Reta Lyons is at homo with her mother's family from her stay in Kentucky. Tho Fall session of Taxewell High School began, yesterday, with a matriculation of GO. Mr. John M. Preston, Jr., and sister, of 7 Mile Ford, are visiting friends at Rocky Dell. Handsome jewelry in latest styles ami.at exceedingly low prices at I. C. Dodd's. See it now. Miss Kate Cabell, in charge of the music department of Tazewell High School, has returned. Mr. A C. Spotts arrived yester dny evening iu time to be present while the last ...

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. — 5 September 1890

the ultimate. Wheo, of old, a chief died In the North. Than they wrapt him close iu flgh?ug-dress, I.*id his faithful weapons him beeide. And. with stern and silent tcuderueas, In a boat wldc-bosomed on the tide Placed his death-cold body, pushed him forth Thooceto drift at will of wind and futo Till at last he found tue Ultimate. Amply weaponed so, with courage grim, Prune along my death-boat liko to him 1 would day-long rock and roam and rra}* For a subtle turn o' tide and sea. For a gust o' wind to break and blow Love and land and life away from me-. Favoring, until I glide anil go Past each buuin and billow bouudary -( To tho waters lying round my fati To the wiir.lle.-i-i, unoAre I Ultimate,. ?llichanl K Buvtonjn the Cotmopotitan. A SILVER DOLLAR. nt AHTnui! c. oniesoif. Tiic Qrcen Mountains were beautiful iu :i garb of perfect white, their huge, conical forms strongly outlined against the dun winter sky. The snow line** limit was iibrubtly marked a thousand feel above the leve...

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