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Clinch Valley News,.
PUBLISHED EVERV FRIDAY.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
By mail, postage paid, one year. 81.00
By mail, postage paid, six mouths, .75
Advertising raten furnished oa appli?
filtered at tho Taz?;woll C. 11. (Vo.)
postoftiue ita second c1uh>j mutter.
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
?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
S. M. E. Coulliug will continue bin prac?
tica in .?Ii Hi? Court:) of Hiielian'ui county.
0:liec, Webt Wuek lluom, Biros' Hnj
Leave Tasa'weli.?. m. Daily
Arrive St. Paul. 19t8R p. in.
?;\ east bound."
Leave St. Paul.1:35 p m. Dftilj
Leave TnKowell .5:23 ' "
Arrive SSiuclielrt.(5:10 " "
Leave lUupfulii 8.00 a. in., ;;.!>"> p, ru
and 10 1M p. in. Arrive PocaliotltM S.iO
a Hi.; 3.35 p. to. mid 10.55 p. in.
Lsave Elut'field 2-35 p. m. nud R.-ifi a.
m., o i? u?-- i.'.v with Enal ami West bound
train* on Main liuo for poiuta North ;?' i
For. further in infonnatiou apply to Tick
K^UiBl; at rv-pot or to
??s w. 1?. Bnvn.r,,
Gtn'l I'tuBH. A. Ticket Agent.
CJ HEN A N QUA H V AI .LEY It AIL UO A D
0 P. 't'YLKK, Receiver.
Time Table m effect Juue 2, 1*90.
Uejit up. Standard Time Read Co'n.
No.l 75th Meridian. No.4 Nd.8
p in a in p in u ru
5.00 7,40 Ar Roanoke Lv 7.0."- 5.45
? 00 ti.-fG Buchanan 8.20 o."
?.08 Natural Bridge 8.50 IV
2.?I ft.41 Loch Lai id 9.1.*? 7.;?
8.53 5 H0 Buena Vista 0.17 7.4?
1.14 4.10 Banio 10.50 9.30
12.43 3.49 Crottoes 11.18 lO.??
. p in
U.57 3.10 Elkton 11..13 1C.83
U.'iti 8.05 Shcnnudoah 10.10 10.50
11.00 2.20 Luray 12.50 11.30
9.-1(1 ,1.19- Ri verton 1.50 12.45
8.31-12.11 Chailestown 3.00 2.01
B.1H 12.00 Bhcn'nd'h June. 3.15 2 15
8.05 11.48 ShepherdRtown 3.25 2.25
7.50 11.43 Atitietam 3.33 2.35
7.25 11.15 LvHagrutw'n Ar 4.00 8.10
ii^m p in_p in_u m
am p in
Ar Washington B. & O. R. R. 7.10 4.10
Ar Baltimore B. & O. R. It. 8.S0 5.20
?Ax Baltimore YV. M. It. R. 11.10 0.30
Lv Hageretown 4.15 a m n;:d 4.00 p m.
Ar Harriuburg, C. V. R. R., 0.40 a n
anil 7 DO p m.
Ar Pliila., P. R. R., 10.20 a m and 10.53
Ar jN'ow York 1.20 p in and 8.50 a m.
? BOOTHBHW CARD*~"~
pistol . 11.20 pm 12.40 ni
Iwmtltauoog* 0.50 a m 7.40 p m
lijenuitifk 0.30 pm 0.35 am
Hobilo^. 2.0") p m 8 10 a m
Atfaufc.> 12<.8Cpin 5.25 am
Montgomery 7.05 p in 3.00 a in
B[?jy Orleaim_7.00 a m 13.40 p m
?: No. 4 linn Pullman OufTeiSloeper from
Memphis and Chattanooga to Now York
viaRoanoke, Hagerslown and llui'iia
burg without change.
No. 3 hap, Pullman. Buffet SJeopor
from New York to Chattanooga and
MeinphU without change, via Harris
>urg, Hagerstown and Roanoke; aliio
l?a c?huectibn at Hagerdtowu witii fast
nail l'ronl Baltimore.
No. 1 lias through conuectiou from
Philadelphia via Harrhjburg and C. V.
ailroad; and from Baltimore via W.
4. It. It.-, daily except ttuuday. Also
Liu.keH connection at YVa3*uegboro Junc
ioti.^ith C. & O. Railway v.-eat-hound
Atj J1. igerstown, Md., with Weslarn
rafylaija R. R.;and with Cumberlancl
ylil\a$ Railroad to and from Ilarri?
At Bhouandoah Junction, W. Va.,
'/ith.inain Hue Bulto. & Ohio to and
torn the w,pAt.
H06V8 And 4 make close connection
O. at Waneaboro Junction.
^At Ix)oh"> Laird with LexiDgton br.
At Odchanaii with R. A' A. main line.
At lioalioke with Norfolk A Weatei n.
. - O. HOWARD RO i lCh,
fiA' GtenU Puee. and Ticket Agent.
:iyit) W. KUCK WIR, Roanoke. Va.
Superintendent ? Roanoke, Va.
C*. M. PUTTER I *R,
Pa:o<>nger Agent, Hagerstown, Md.
[All porjoiiH ?ro warnrd, ?u;ler peimlty
the law, 1 against, hunting, fishing or
UVrvrtie, (j,j/p,\?siug upon my lundi.
i i?, '00. B.W. WITTEN.
? "CMtortn Is no we'.lcuSftntcd to children tbnt I Cnjitorlr\ ?urr?o Colli*. Conrtltvitlon,
I,Wo,nmcM1lta8B)llK.ri(.rto..,ypr.^,puon **?fsl?& ^ ?o'moto* ul
?mt." IL A. Archuii, M.P., I postum.
Hi f.x Oxford Gl., Brooklyn, N. T. | Without lujurioua zacdl-jadca.
known to ]
Tuk Orrrjuu CoMrxw, TT Murray 5tre?l, N. Y.
T. DEC. f SOUST
DEALERS SN LUM5EI & SMMIMSTifiEIS
Mouldings, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Boor and
Window Frames, &c, &c.
OFFICE UUW BSPQT.
H. SIL VET ORN,
912 Main Street, lytichburg, Va.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Jeweler and Importer of
The BIOGEST ORtVE iu aolid gold American Watches over offered. I
Heavy 38-dWt solid gold etutee, with an neouraLo und reliable expansion
balance, Jewelled ptem wi,idiu>;- AiuericAn moreinent, for only $J3I. T-*6
regular price obtained for thcRe goods nvorywhere i* from $>iS to SfiO, nnd
the eame vs -jc:': j have never heeii'offered l>y any Jewelry concern any
tvbViiii f ?- .' ? ii r, price, i?u<i u i- only by o special Uig Deal that we can
do so. Ecnryb ?? cac buy < 5tt? (Sol 1 Waich at
! % SDMPMT
W> >! -
: it, ?,' i OVES, TJ N WARE, WOOD a!
HO JSS FDfvNIHHLNOI GOODS, ROOFING
??:J-- : ';3 ??.???? .?<.f d.-vj'e solicited,
LOCK BOX 21. i
>: oui Li< fuors at Home
WHOLESALE A!99 RETAIL LIQUOR DEALER?.
Liq?oiH ?: ??? ? . :?.
Beer, by l:. . x n
S?nd for price list
. ?: >lej Hie prices.
?..nt!.<) will bu on r,!i!t' May 1st.
?. GOODMAN, Manager,
IHK Pfi 8LI0
I AMES L. BflOWNT,
*' PKAI.Ktt I!?
?In addition to oar ;xtcutiiv? Grocery nirMi'1 "
ItuoiiiftiH, vi* .trd b*n liiug Inr^s aimntitioii; A ?u.HiISiyAlN
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARBLE,
Wkst En?, near
Such m Bacon, UM, Itolt and Freah Pork ! yi^KlNG SPRING CEMETERY, I
Duller. E^fln. Dressed Poultry, Dried ? '
Fruit, Beaiin. Peait, Apple*; Potatoes, On-1 ABINGDON, VA.
iouh. (.'.abbiiije atj.i fnrrti jiroJucui denoraU'l
!y, Rud reapectiuli) eolieit your patronngo. J I rrapeoUulIy inform the public thatJ i
We ito nut scad ??i: eurmiU, but I prepwed to (tintUb at ?Hort notic?
will uhvtiyii ie]i croeeriej lo~w.do.w?i au^l vri fU^Tf^W'j
bandle your eonbi?nii><>?tfl to bo?t od-i lu.tl?3I.UA r*..,
b:iudlc your oanKlgunie
vnntiiye. bi ?>:? the bigh<?tt murket
prico?. Quottitiotm an QttoAtifn mid Pro.
once furnished an ?ppHsHii?bi ?nd prompt
return"? made t'er ill tiOiSaigameiiU. Very
ROBiNSnr^, T?TE & C?.,
WboloMle (SrorM'n a&d OomittUttori iler.
cliHnts. ljv'",tiburi;, V*.
CHARLES LUNSFOKD <J: CO.,
iVO. 2j OLD STREET,
Returns promptly made.
PETERS BUG SAVINGS A INSUR?
nt r.tMoniibla prioo?. and reqnetit nil who
want Marble Work of aay description to
give mo a cull, or addruas ino by letter.
Iron and wire fencing furuihlied to or?
der. JAMEtf L. DROWN.
JQ TH? PUBLIC.
All perwone are hereby warned not to
entrust any order* or pay any iudebtod
ntKg to It. M. Yo?t on ho Is no louger in
HUOHES LUMBER CO.
All psraonx are warned iig&iu?t treBspsss
ing on our luuda on ClinoU river. The law
A-ill bo anfoicad.
\VM. II. BltOWN,
C. if. PEEHY.
FIR 2 INSURANCE.
Send 25 eente for a copy of ray Mew l|- I T*z?wr.i u C. H V*
iusttratod DfttCtlOgU? ot | i represeot fivo"Fl'ltn: CLASS
Spovtintr, Atbb'lio ;yid i?jii-.isimn FIRE INSURANCE JQMPAN1ES, j
?li?Oil.i. till licensed in thm State. Lf>tiHZH\
? ? . ? I jompixy Paid.
The tin,* Sy.r tanod. (iood H[jk? 8oUflJled anfl wdUen M
RIQHA?D X. FOX. . fair lHteo. t E. Chatmah,
Franklin B juire, KewYetk;1 Maicb 11, 1800. Aj;*nt.
.7, IL, VaTfRLDA
VIRGINIA PRESS ASSOCIA?
"I'llim Association, composed of n
goodly uunibor of the editore of
Virginia, anil which was organized
In Roanoko, Sept , U'.S'.l. unit, in
second annual session in tho Hal!
oi'ihe House of Delegate*, at [tilth
ill on d, on Tuesday, the 18th lust.
The President, James A. Pugli, of
tliti Ubiiiioko Herald, called Iii?
inpoltlig to older and routine busi?
ness was proceeded with. The ses?
sion continued through two days.
All of the old officers wore re-elect?
ed unanimously its an tick no wind g
inent of the efficiency of their scr
nice. The general business is not
of particular interest to the public.
Some of the most pleasing lent tires
were the addresses of Col. Berkley,
of Farmville, on how lo make a
newspaper, Historian Cox, Col
Wbitelieud, II. M. Sinythe, of the
Headlight, in a eulogy on Henry
Grndy, W. II. Kit/.luigh, on the ad
vertising ngeut, A. P. Funkhoaser,
on the country editor, and Majoi
Jed. Hotchkiss in an illustrated
lecture on Virginia's future.
The lirsL tiling in the way of en
tertuiouietit to tho visitors was a
carriage drive about the historic
l ily tendered by the members of
the local press of Richmond.
Leaving the Oiipitol Square the.
drive is toward the east, I ho old
part of the. city. Wo pass the Jell'
Davit! mansion, "White House" ol
the Confederacy; the Monumental
Church, where stood the Richmond
Theatre, destroyed by lire in 1811,
when Gov. Smith and <V> others
were burned to death: the Medical
College; St. John's Oluirch, practi?
cally the same building in which
Patrick Henry cried, "Give me lib
erty or give mo death;" Libby Hill,
whence is hud a grand view of tue
city and country; the, site of Libby
Prison; tlie Old .Stone House, the
oldest in this old city, Thonco to
the Postoflice on Main street the
drive is over tho western or new
part of liie city. Along Main street
we pass the site of the old Spotis
wood Hotel, the Allan House,
through streets of flue residences
to the. Lpo Monument, on lo the
g?^?^Heme, to the new Reser
;!!">?? ! III'!]. ' l.UISK
raward Hollywood Oemo,
fei.vY w Iii?? all \ i:;it<u;s to iLrc-hioond
must see. We drive almost in <i
circle through it along its avenues.
Here are the graves of Presidents
M iiiroe and Tyler, of Gens. A. I*.
Hill, Picket, Smith and Stuart, of
Commodore Maury, Henry A. Wise,
James A. Sedilon, Thus. Ritchie.
Jno. K. Thompson, and hundreds
rt( others well known in Va We
have been driving at. a sharp pace
siuce ,'S o'clock and it is now dark
and the party disperses, impressed
with Riehmond as the Queen City
of the South and not wondering
that she is visited by people from
all sections and all climes.
On Wednesday evening a ban
qiiet was tendered the. Association
by their Richmond friends of the
Press. Tho Hi'riuigiuent of the diu
iug pallors at Zimmerman's was
mo?t excellent and the viands and
the punch bowl all that could be de?
sired. About. 100 wero present,
Mayor Ellysou, accompanied by his
wife, presiding, with Governor Mc
Riuiiey on Ins right and President
Pngh on his left. Toasts were re
sponded to by Major Jed Hutch
kiss, Governor McKinn?y,Dr. Tims.
Nelson Page, Col. U. B. Berkley.
Dr. W. W, Laudruin, Major C. O'B.
Cowardin. "The Sweet Singer of
Richmond,'' Oapt. Frank Cunning
ham, sang "Our Mother's Way" und
"Tho Blue and I ho Gray." Mayor
Kllysou, in saying good night, hop '
ed the press people had enjoyed
their visit- as much as tho people of
In answer to an invitation from
the Heal Kstate Convention at Nor?
folk, the party assembled, Thurs?
day morning, at the C, h O. depot
to go to that city.
Tim Chesapeake and Ohio had so
arranged for tho pleasure of the
party that when the train arrived
at Newport News the steamer
Louise was in waiting to take us
across tho harbor in view of the
Navy Yards, Fortress Monroe, &e.
Upon touching at the wharf in Nor
folk wo were greeted with cheers
from the Bd?! Estate Convention,
which had come down in a Imdy to
meet ilfl, and with music from the
Ohl Point Band. We wero now the
guests of tjie veal b.-dute men, and
i, N0\r. fc28; 1890.
I Inking street ear*, the bund in the
] tlrst- oue, wo wont at ?neu to the
j Ocean View depot where a special
! train of observation cars was wtttt
ling Intake us to the seaside. Un
: through the celebrated trunk farms,
I the tii-sit thing seen tit Ocean View
Iat about 12:80 o'clock was the huge
jpuvilliou with its long rows of suew
; while tables, and wo were soon do
ling the oyster roast justice. One
I hundred barrel* of finest Lynnha
j vous end liquids in proportion fed j
j and filled newspaper and reales !
j into men. Here, especially, as near j
ly everywhere else, money was no!
I good. Everything was free to u
iu an with n budge. Wo go: back j
I to Norfolk at ubout half punt four;
j and proceeded at once to another!
j banquet prepared for us by the
j Chamber of Commerce. To tie|
brief it was elegant. Col. Win.
j Lamb, the president, welcomed us, J
and our President I'ugli responded.
Hut it is not over yet, Norfolk
I hospitality serins to buvo no limit.
Another banquet before we goto
bed. We are invited to tho rooms
of the Business .Men's Association.
A handsome reception, refresh
motits of both kinds, and speeches,
The welcome was from the presi?
dent, Col. E. M. Henry. Judge
Brooke and M.Glenunu made line)
speeches and Mr. II M. Smythe, ol
the Headlight, was particularly
The remainder of tho night is
passed over as accounts do not
agree. At any rale, early next
morning, the party turns up at the
wharf, the ladies bright, the men
subdued. Crossing the water in
the early luortliug, wo disembark
at Nowport New?, Und out private)
ear attached to the regular C. & O.
train, and are souli flying eastward
While hi Uichmond we had been
nrnrwhelined with invitations toj
visit various towns and cities. We
can accept but leu.
We have put next on the pro
gram Hash: City. The tiny is nearly
done when wo reach the "lion
Cross" city, sin mouths old. On
looking out, an entire square is j
black with eiirriugea nnd horaoH
ami wc. are soon driving over the
cily. First to Un.
lei Brmitlou, jusf
past the CoiiV|
lug, Oar Works, School Furniture
Factory, Knitting, Paper, Sash a in
j Blinds, Union, Orate, Brick and!
I Cigar factories, Blast Furnace,'
'Advance" OlUcc, Tin and Sheet1
Iron Works, &0,, into and through
I the old town, Wa.vnesboro, to West
I through tlie broad new avenues
and back at dark to our stopping'
j place. A line supper a little later
and an elegant banquet still later,
I at which the popping of corks and
speeches made night gay.
A wreck on the road has delayed
Itlie Shcnaiidoah train and the hi
dies have Coronen become, wearied,
[ when at 2 o'clock in tho morning
wu start northward to net a few
hours sleep ill the. magnificent Inn
What a pleasant day followed!
After breakfast tho party wasdriv
I en to and conducted through the
wonderful Luray Caverns, were
given a dinner at 3 and a supper at
9. No one who has spent a day in
Luray Inn can ever forget, it, it.>
great roaring lug fires in lobby.pur
lorn and dining rooms, Us splendid
cuisine and magnificent appoint
meats and home liko atmosphere.
At Luray the ladies, especially,
wore pleased with a visit to the
"Times'' office where they wore pre?
sented with specimens from the
cave, saw the paper printed, ami
heard in answer to a question that
! Humphries wan "all right."
I Too late now to visit Shendtiu,
which was on tho program, at two
o'clock, Sunday morning,iho week's
pleasure is over and wo start for
our respective homes ami to renew
Our space for this subject is lim?
ited. We can only (ouch horo and
there. To have said less, in view
of our royal entertainment, would
have been discourteous. We have
lively recollections of the places
visited and wiil refer to them iu
The most oU.timiiig feature of it
all was the spirit Of old Virginia;
hosp.it/ility lhatoaine forth so upon
taueoiisly. Every where tho same
Se? noiiceof ?<Hornea Wanted"
by the Va, Lumber Company.
AM PL Ii RAILROAD FACILITIES.
Abundant and Excellent Timber !
TH? GREAT DISTRIBUTES POINT FOR THE
P?CAHONTAS FLAT TOP COAL HJSLB,
with it? rapidly growing population, in situated at tJ>o junction ol tiw
Clinch Valley and Ohio Kxtensions of the
Norfolk tfc "Western Kai I road,
Imth ot which tor. being pushed rapidly b> completion. Ou the opening o(
tlifn<i extension*, noeity in the South will h?v? better facilities tm reaching
the oxtonsiro marketa of the South mid Went and tlio grout Ohio itivoc
Within imifi mile* of ths
V BL?ESTOMC RIVER running through it, eud with the distrtbut
1 ?hipplug fncilitioH pointod out,
Is the Ideal Place for Manufactories.
Phoafollowing hid?sirios havo already been secured and their plants ?r?
i'uilor construction i
Graham Furnace Company,
Oapif.nl $300,000) Furnace with a capacity of 125 toiei daily, willl bo fiuich
ud in October.
Virginia Lumber Company,
Capital $1001000; largest svv mill in the section, now in operation; oxtou
sive wood working estabilsbhioHt and Hash and blind mill to be couKti'itot
Graham Transparent Ice Company,
Capital $20.000; capacity ten ton? daily; now /uruinhiug iee to surrounding
Ho'lor process) now building, witli n capacity of K0 barrel/! por day.
Graham Publishing" Company,
Pull inhere of IIead-1/ight, with good fuojlitios for all kiuds of corumorotal
and fancy job printiug.
The Graham Land Sc Improvement Co.
(Capital $250,000, full paid),
WlbT, DONATE FREE SITES TO MANUFAOTTlRIWG KNTtfiH
PRISES and in addition will toibsoribe to the stook of tnanafaeiuring ?u>
tablsbment located at Graham by responsible partier..
is desirous of scouring a
Muck Plate and Bar Mill, a Cast Iron Pipe
Works, a Stove and Range Foundry,
and other Mantifactories,
Kcouirirg iron or wood, or iron and wood in combination, and would bn
glad to >hter iuto negotiutiono with parties with a v'xv/ to establishing noy
Huoh ma in factories.
Dotail>>d information in regard to freight rates, shipping fnoilitica or
other uwtors furuinhed on application. Address,
Arthur C. Dciraiston,
Or President Graham Land an ? improvement Company,
R ]\ Wright, Jy*% nuiutt, Buudfnfr piiiUdcipb^ Pa.
Agent, Ornhaw, T?.