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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 17 October 1890

we ?re-in a shape to l?ad, as we have td way/done?especially in DRESS GOODS.. V.'o are second to tone in the wny of CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS ?aud will promise to save ycu nt least 20.per conf. if you will give us an opportunity. We also cai ry a largo lino Of . HATS AND QfflEENSWAlE AND GR06ERIES, J3ut we prido oureclvcs on Dry Goods and Notions, Boots and Shoes aud Clothing. BUCHANAN & HARISSON Valley News, "OCT. 24~ii?? L AND GENERAL fiston & So> of soap for 2?$vak lit yourseYfv etoiel . '<uk's A nice dish meal. E Buston & Son, , Staple and Fancy ceries. ivo mi nuc flr?l day of ty Court and rem bor?-elec fopportunity will M )f eennoss of fob embarrassing to tho dogs nud a consequent Annoyance to tho members of tlie guu club who are iuveteiato ltuut ?rs. ' An' anniversary celebration of tho marriage of Mr. aiid Mrs. .D. V. Price' was held at their residence <>u *be evening of the 20th instant \jUiere a huge number of their Ji^?fds were entertained in Pr...

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. — 17 October 1890

SALLY CONQUERED. | Sho Melted'the Old Squlro's Heart by a Witty Iter.mrk. Many of tho first settlors of Illinois .woro rudo in speech and rough in man-1 ncr. Money was ueftrco with them, and 80rvico was paid for in produco. (lov-| ornor IL, according to tho New York I Dodger, used to illustrate these lnol-.| ? dents of frontior lifo by the following ? anccdoto: Ono day when ho was a jus- j tico of tho peace thoro camo to his olfioo ; nyoung man, accompanied by a young, woman. "Ho you tho squlro?" asked tho manly youth. "Yes, sir." "Can you tlo tho knot for us right away?" "Yes, sir." , "How much do you chargo?" * "Ono dollar is tho legal foo, sir." "Will you tako your foe in booswax?" "Yes, if you can't pay cash." "Well, go ahead and tio tho knot, and I'll Totch In tlio wax." "No," said the squire, thinking thoro i was a good chance for a littlo fun; "bring in the beeswax first, and thon ; I'll marry you." Reluctantly tho youth wont out to - whero was hitched tho horao upon ? which....

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 November 1890

HAS been saved by tho prompt uso of Ayer's Pill?. Travelers by land or eoa aro liable to ooustipiUion or other Onrnugcnicnts of the stomach and bowala which, if noglooted, lead to serious and . often futal couKoqucucus. Tho mostsure moans of correcting these evils is tho uso of Ayor's Cathnrtic 1'tils. The pru? dent sailing-master would as soon go to sea without his chronomutor as without a supply of these Pills. Though prompt and eucrgctic in operation, Ayor's Pills luavo no ill effects ; they aro purely vegotablo aud sugar-ccatcd ; the safest medicine for old und young, at homo or abroad. " For eight years I was afllictod with constipation, which at last boeamo so had that the doctors could do no ruoro for mo. Then I began to tuko Ayer'a Pills, and soon thu bowels recovered their natural and regular action, so that now 1 urn In Excellent health."?Mrs. C. E. Clavk, Towksbury, Massachusetts. " I regnrd Ayer's Pills ns ono of thu .most reliable general remedies of our limes. They hav...

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 November 1890

??Trade and manufacturing combina-' I lions arc still tbc order ol tho day," as? serts tho Chicago Sun. . I Tho French arc practical in somo ] thiugs,- admits the Atlanta Constitution. They have. 30,000 schools in which ex? perienced teachers train boys in garden? ing. :, -' An attempt was recently made to bnn ish American silver from Mnnitoha, which proved unsuccessful because of tho failure of the bankers to provide their clients with a suflicicnt quantity of Dominion coin.. Out of 73,000 farms in Kansas, 45,000 arc mortgaged to tho extent of 000,000; 21,000 others arc rented by farmers who were formerly owners of their own farms. In nil, there are 270, 000 farms in the State. Paris gossips declare that one of the regular physicians who was most con? spicuous in ridiculing Dr. Brown-Ke quard's "elixir" has just been cured of paralysis by its administration, und is now as zealous an ndvocato of Suquard ns he was previously a scolTcr. It Una been computed as an illustration of the g...

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 November 1890

AN OSTRICH RANCH. rZlAXBIXGt TOTO QUEER BIRD Ul toOUT.MJJRN OAXJKOIINIA. tHe rights lilko a Wild Cat ir nis Homo Is Invaded?Harmless With a Stocklas Over His Hoed ?I'lacklnc tho Feathers. AYS a Santa Ana (GaUj letter to tho Now York World: On tho sloping sido I of A foothill in tho Sau Bernandino range of mountains, iu Southern Califor? nia, is the queerest littlo rauch iu all tho Goldcu Stato. A high fenco of hem? lock planking, with every crack stopped nip, massive, iron hound gntc3, of tho saun; heavy material, ond a littlo frame house occupied by two sturdy and deter? mined looking meu, guard tho secrets of that odd looking inclosurc on the side of ?tho littlo mountain. I To the sightseer or casual visitor who ?passes the great plank inclosed Acids, nn ?array of moving heads, with bulging ?eyes and gapiug mouths of immense ?fiize, couvey very littlo idea of what sort -of stock is being reared there. These heads, numbering dozens and oven scores at times, seem to be lifted up out...

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 November 1890

Clinch Vall?y News FRIDAY, NOV 7, IS9( LOCdL ANJ) GENERAL a ews u ia ic fs. Suit yourself ut Frank's clothing stoic. The Yn. Press Association will meet in Uiulinioiiil, Nov. IS. John A. Buchanan seems to lie pretty well known in his own conn iy. "General Apathy'' lias no show when Democracy is eon trout cd with ii condition. Who killed Cock Robin! said the TiirifT, "with.,jH}' little BUI. 1 killed (Jock RdbHi." 1. Frank & Co. cany a seleei stock of Boots and Shoes iu connec? tion with their Clothing and Genta' Furnishings. ltev. Mr. Funsten, who is preach ing daily in the Episcopal chinch, has inndu a faVorublc i.uprcssioii on the cointniinity. Clothing made with the liest in ' tel'.igenec. from the choicest male rials, and by the most expert labor to be obtained, at I. Krank & Co.'s. Mr. and Mrs. Lt. K. Wright were up from Giuliani yesterday, the fust limo since their marriage. The nnmher of (heir friends here is lim? ited only by the number of their ae quaiutances. Our cu...

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 November 1890

Clinch- Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION; (In Advuuco.) By mail, postage paid, ouo year. 81.50 I By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .75 | Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at tho Tazewoll C. H. (Va.) postoflice us second class matter. II, C. ALDEHSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tazewki.l C. H. Va. Will practice in tho Court? of Tazewcll county ami tho Court of Appeals at Wytho ville. Collecting a specially. Lands lor rm],' mid laud titles examined. Q_EO. W. ST. CLA1U, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, . Takkwkli. C. H., Va. Practices in the Courts of Tazewell and adjoining Couuties and in tho Supreme Court of A|>poals at Wythuvllle. Partiou lar altentiou paid to the collection of claims. CiTItooni 15, Ktras Block. FULTON. If. M. U. COUI.LINO, to Oil out tJudge. Oouiitv Judge, Wythovillo, V?. Tazowull O.H.Va. ^ULTON <fc COULLINCi, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tazkwbu, C. II. Va. Will practice iu the Circuit f'ourts of Tarancil couuty. I. it. B. Coxulling will coiilii.ue...

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 November 1890

^ A reduction of postal rates in Japam Was expected to causo a deficit in tho rovenucs, but instead they showed au in? crease, ^nr \ A conspicuous Austrian peer, Princo iStarhcmberg, pronounces totally for {general disarmament. Austria, ho says,, is drifting rapidly to financial ruin. lit* ho fears that war must como before dis? armament. / The Drocers1 Journal predicts that "in ion years Pennsylvania will have an ex? tensive coal trade with Europe" It is expected that shipments will begin in a short time on account af tho steady od vnnco of coal prices in England. } Immigration is increasing. The Chief of tho Bureau of Statistics reports that itho number of immigrants arrived in the TJnitcd States during tho periods named Tvas as follows: 1890. 1689. Month ended Juno 30. 49,010 411,0311 Six mouths ended Juno 80_2(10,037 880,801 Twelvo months ended Juno80..151,210 ?139,010 \. - : An agriculturist says that ono reason for the fact that children leave tho farms is that they arc not in...

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. — 14 November 1890

AFTER HARVEST. A trifle- wan tho rammer stands ' Amid smooth-shaven harvest lands, ?Where late tho wheat Rocked golden billows at her foot - Tho praises of her bounteous reign . Bho hears, and smiles, then sighs again; Regretful hazo I* Yells tho rich splendor other day a. ?." Bho sees afar, in dusky dreams, Tho ilower-f ringed ways and witching y-~ gleams Of early hues These later lights and shadows loss. *, ? I And still her idle breezes croon Tho tender me'.odies of Juue, ( Or sigh "Ah line, How sweet tho roses used to be!" ?Mary Espy Thomson. THAT COSY COTTAGE, "Good evening, Mr. Bcavoir." "Good evening, Miss Singer." "The most disagrecablo month in tho year, Mr. Heavoir." "I alwuys did detest March, Miss Sin? ger." Aud then they bowed politely aud passed each other on tho stairs?he goiug down to tho cheerless boarding-house diniug-room, she going up to her cheer? less boarding-house bedroom. Iu the latter apartment sho removed herhat, cloak, and sedate business dress, bathed he...

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. — 14 November 1890

Clinch Valley News./ FRIDAY, 5 " ~" ~ Ji?V Tm8!)0 LOC?HAjYD GEA'EIiJlL J\ E WS BRIEFS. Options nt tlio News oQlcc. Suit yourself at Franks clothing st 010. IJon .lohn A. Buchanan's major ity will exceed 3,000. Miss Hnilio Baldwin, of Minefield, is visiting Miss Nettie Witte?. Tho Southwest Virginian is niov ed from Bicklcy's Mills to Tacetun, in W ise county. I. Frank & Go. curry n select j stock tit' Boots and Shoes iuooiinuc linij with thoir Clothing and Gents' Furnishings. Tho return of good weather makes it possible to it.w work in widening the street nt the cast end lor the street car lint'. Senator Plumb will .bo in the enmity next week looking lift or in- j vestments already iniido und the building ol the Va. k Ky. railroad. Clothing mndo with the best in-] tolligenco, rrorn the choicest mate rials, and by the most export labor | to bo obtaiued, nt I. Frank & (Jo.'s. Miss Kate St. Chiir, of Wythe ville, is visiting friends iu Tnzewell She is always met with a hearty 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. — 28 November 1890

Clinch Valley News,. PUBLISHED EVERV FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. 81.00 By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .75 Advertising raten furnished oa appli? cation. filtered at tho Taz?;woll C. 11. (Vo.) postoftiue ita second c1uh>j mutter. II ?. AliUFUSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, T.vr.KWKi.i. C. H. Va. ?Will practice in Uio Courts of Twewrll couuty Arid tho Court of Appeal* at Wytbo villfl. Collecting ft specialty; Lunda for Hille and luud titles examined. Q.EO. W. ST. CLAIK, ATTO KNK Y-AT-L A W, Takkwki.i, C. H., Va. Practices in the Courtq of Tazewcl! und adjoining Uu-iidios and in tho Supreme Court of Appeals at Wytbevllle. Particu lnr attention paid to the collection of claim*. ?Tltooiu IT., Strns Block. j. n. fui.rOH. h. X. u. OOOliMHO, Ltto Chcuit Judge. Coauty .1 <?'??;??. -.WythevilU-, Va. ' Tazowell C.U.Va. "j^Dl-TON A COULMNO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tixzwziiti 0., 11. Va. Will practice in tho Circuit OourU of Tnzewoll couuty. S. M. E. Co...

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. — 28 November 1890

Tho latest revelation is tunt Franco pays $400,000 out of tho public funds to subsidize nowspapcrs for tho support of tho Government. It is a matter of tradition in Japan that fruit grows upon tho bauiboo when there is to bo a famine in tlmts country. ?This year bamboo trees tiro-,bearing fruit. Fourteen thousand two hundred per cent, is the highest rate of incrcaso of population in any town in tho United States from 1880 to 1890. Tho town is West Superior, Wis., whoso sito ten years ago was a howling wilderucsa. Tho Commercial Adcerliser makes tho remarkable assertion that there is county in Washington which has been settled for forty years which coutains several'townships that have novcr been trodden by the foot of n whito raau. Il'Tj) estimated that tlie Kastcm con? sumption of canned snlmon this coining season will bo double that of auy other. Its cheapness, together with the scarcity ot other kinds of preserved fish, re? marks the New York Tribune, has widely enlarged its intro...

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. — 28 November 1890

COSTA RICA. 21 ost so Uni ehi jY op north I american republics. Xho American Consul Gives Interest- | tllJC Pacts Concerning It?Tho City or San Jose?Educa? tion aud Commerce. An Interesting report from B. Mackey, United States Consul nt San Jose, Costa Rica, appears in tho currout issuo of con? sular reports from tbo Stato Department. Tho little republic of which ho speaks is tho most southern of tho republics of North America, and occupies that high aud narrow ridgo hotwcea tho oceans, from the summit of which Balboa first saw and named the great Pacific. Con sul Muckny estimates tho area of Costa Rica to bo about 37,000 square miles, and its populutiou about 250,000 souls. The surface of tho country is mountain ous and volcanic, but perhaps no coun try in tho world is more generally and richly fertile. Tho climate of tho coast is hot and unhealthy; that of the inte? rior is perpetual spring. San Jose, the capital aud chief city of the republic, is situated in tho fertile valley, o...

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. — 28 November 1890

Clinch Valley News. FlUDAY, ~ '- NOY- 28, 18?? L0C.1L AMD GEJVE?AL A EWS BRIEFS. Options ut the Niows office. Suit yourself at Frank's clothing tstoi e. Misses Alderson, Chapman, Wit ton mid Woolwiiie' were visiting iu Bluefield last week. "When the N. & W. joins rails with the L. <Sc N., then will Taze well towns boom as never before. ? Mr. C. Graham, editor of the ltichlnnds News, und .ill nround I busy business man, was in town Tuesday. 1. Frank & Co. cany a select I stock of Hoots and Shoes iiicoiiucc lion willi their Clothing ami Gouts'I Furnishings. Mr. N. L. Reynolds, formerly oil I ho TasMswell Lund Improvement | Co, oow of Norfolk, was in town duriug tlic week. Tuesday, court day, found an im mensc crowd of pcoplo in towa, many of whom were Block broker.--,! land a gents and drummers. Tho Hotel Graham will noon be opened to tbe public and is a beau? ty?and will bo tbe favorite stop, ping place for Tazewell people. Clothing made with tho best ill tolligoiicu, fron...

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 December 1890

Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (la Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year, SI.50 By mail, postage paid, six months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tazowell C. H. (Va.) postoilice as second class matter. IL? 1 A.LDEKSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tazewell O. H. Va. Will practice) in tho Courts of Tazowoll j county and the Courtof Appeals at Wytbo ville. Collecting a Rpoolalty. Lands for] sale and laud titles examined. 6 EO. W. ST. CLAIll, ATTORNEY^AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Practices in tho Courts of Tazowell aud adjoining Counties and in tho Supremo Court of Appeals at Wythovllle. Particu? lar attention paid to tho collection of j claims. tfiTKoom 15, Btras Block. J. II. FULTON. B. M. B. COULI.INO, Liito Citcuit Judge. County Judgo, Wythovillo, Va. Tazowoll C.lI.Va. | ULTON A COULLING, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tazeweh, 0., H. Va. Will practice in tho Circuit Courts of | Tazowell county. 8. M. 1J. Coulliug will continue his pr...

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 December 1890

The Chtncso Empire, with a popul? ation of over '100,000,000 is' in ctout only ?18,000,000. ' A bushel of corn is worth only ten or fifteen conts iu Kansas, but it costs 60 cents to have it landed iu France. Tho JDrovors' Journal announces ihat about seventy leading firms of the United States will establish an ngoncy in llucuos Ayres, Argentine Kcpublie? and sell all kinds of goods aud implc menis on long credit. Hloxieo is said to havo 8000 actlvo Writing authors within her borders, yet who has over hoard of ., ono of tlicm"? anil yet, muses tho Chicago Times, reliable authority states that their works soli largely. "Tho Canadian Pacific has at last ac? quired all tho lines of the Now Bruns? wick Railway, and now has a line of its own from ocean to- ocean, which the Mail and Express asserts is by far .the longest in the world. Chief Justice Doe of New Hamp? shire has delivered a long opinion on *hc position f>? Mrs. Mnrilla Itickor of Dover, N..\II., for admission to tho Ba:*<...

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 December 1890

'1 ho Happy Man. By day, 20 biting cares assail Sty peaceful, calm, contented breast; By night, my slumbers never fail Of welcome rest. ?Soon as tbe Sun, with orient bcanii, Gilds the fair chambers of tho Day, .Musing. 1 trace the murmuring stream* That wind their way. Around mo Nature tills the scene With boundless plenty and delight; -Aud, touched with joy sincere, serouo, 1 bless tho sight. Jt bless the kind, creating Tower, .Exerted thus for frail mankind; ..lit whose command descends the shower, And blows tho wind. Happy the man who thus at ease, ?Content with that which Nature gives; Him guilty terrors never seize; He truly lives. ?[Chambers' Journal. HUMOROUS. Tho bridal path?Up tho aislo. Blow their own horns?Musicians. Something- that always takes sidos Xaug-liter. It is the early edition that catchos ?the bookworm. Am on if the products of tho Snmoan Islands arc sugar cane and hurricanes. There arc dull times on tho farm "when tho boy lias to turn the griud |StOU?. Energy ...

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 December 1890

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - , - lyEO' sTliflQ L?C?L, ?ND GENERAL ft EWS BRIEFS. Options at the NEWS oflieo. Suit yourself at Frank's clothing .store. Tho President, in his message to Congress, urges tho passage of tho force hill. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kroll have returned from their wedding tour through tho west. Mr. T. K. Ilnll has tho contract to erect 10 houses for the Clutch Valley Coal and Coke Co. Santa Claus is rein I i nduced in another column. I. C. Dodd's hol? iday goods arc abundant and beautiful. I. Frank & Co. entry a select stock of Boots and Shoes iu connec? tion with their Clothing and Gents' Furnishings. Tho wife and children of Itev. D. C. Browne, pastor of the Meth? odist church, arrived from Mis? souri last week. Clothing made with the best in? telligence, from the choicest mate? rials, nnd by'tho most export labor to bo obtained, nt I. Frank & Co.'s. The Eureka Gas Coal Company, with a capital stock of $75,000, was orgnuized this week with the following of...

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. — 12 December 1890

Clinch Yalley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (In Advance.) By mail, postage paid, 0110 year. 81.00 By mail, postage paid, Bix months, .75 Advertising rates furnished on nppli cation. Entered at tho Tazowoll C. II. (Va.) poatofliee as second class matter. II O. ALDEUSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tazkwelt. C. H. Va. Will practico in tho Courts of Tazowoll county and the Court of Appeals at Wylhu villo. Colloctiug u specialty, hands for sale ami laud titles examined. G EO. W. ST. CLAIR, ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW, Tazeweix C. H., V?. Practices in tho Courts of Tazowoll and adjoining Counties and iu tho Supremo Court of Appeals nt Wytheylllo. ? Particu? lar attention paid to Uio Colfectiou tot claim*. ?ftSTKoom i5, Stras Blooh. . n. rOf.TON. b. m. b. COUr,t.INO, Lito Ciicuit Judgo. Couuty Jadea?, Wjthoyillo, Vn. Tazowoll C.U.Va. TON A COULLINQ, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tazkwei.i. C, H. Va. Will practico In tho Circuit Courts of 'Tazewcll couuty. S. II. B. Co dling will continue his prac? ti...

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. — 12 December 1890

Many Hormons tiro settling in Southern rlxonn, whero thoy nro easily rccog zablo by their long .bahr and long :ards. _ ' A paper in Now York city, bearing .0 nacuo of Squibs /or llent Payers, as rts that "thu laudlord class owning, by irchniont titles, the city of Now York, less than seven per cent, of tho popu tion." ? > ? Tho establishment of "noon rests," bore women and girls who earn their ring may rotrcat at midday for n tflo rest, privacy, and lunch, inaugu ited at Indianapolis recently, deserves, links the Chiengo JVcics, to And favor i every city. ?? - ;. Governor Hoard, of "Wisconsin, 6ays 10 dairy, exhibit will bo one of the great aturc3 of tho 'World's Fair. Thcro ilTbo exhibited all dairy products and itensils required for manufacturing tho mc, which in itself will bo worth com g many miles to see. , . '? Vassar CMlegc, tho great women's in-< ituto of learning, at Poughkcopste, . Y., owes its existenco to Miss Lydia ooth, a cousin of tho founder, Matthew assar. Mr....

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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