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Tho Big Stone Gap Post.
THURSDAY. Nev -. 1900.
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The above rates -re for standing anvertise
ments ont v.
ttS9'"?Local AnveKTiRtMrsTB will be char-z?
ed for at the rat,- sf 5 nuts per line for each
The election is over, now lets all
turn our attention to business agaii..
QlMIIAL FiTZHL'on Lil il ordered
od to command lin- Department of
Missouri, v.itli headquarters at Oma?
Tm. population of Virginia has
been announced as 1 ..**.") 1,1 St, an in?
crease of alti'itt 200,000 dining thc
past ten years.
Tm population of the I'nited
States, including the Island of Ila
wail, lias been simon need approxi?
mately as 76.295,220. There ere ir
thc Island ol Hawaii ebont 154,000
Siki.n*. letters have been receive*]
by tlie Governor, endorsing Hon
Claggett B. .Junes for .Judge of King
and Queen county t<> succeed thi
Hon. J, li. Dew, appointed set-one
Tm: board of directors of thi
?Southwestern State hospital. Marion
denounce the charges ol mismanage
ment, recently bronght against thi
officers of that institution, as false
and they invite a thorough investi
An exchange rightly observes tha
"a man is not necessarily had simpl;
beeaose he does not think a1* yon do
You may come to think as he does
and then voa will be self-condemneil
It it better to judge ? man by l.i
?Oliverather than by what he say
and thinks. A tuan who govern
his life by high and unselfish motive
is a good man, :.*> matter whether h
is against or a ith you."
Tot bigges! nugget of gold eve
received at the assay ofliee in Wal
street, New Vork, according to *su
peritttendent Mason, arrived thei
last week fi oin a mining company i
British Colombia, lt was consigns
to the New Vork agents of the Dan
of Montreal. The nugget contains
a friction over 758 p.ninds of the sui
id yellow metal and is valued a
$154,000. lt came in a solid con
and stood i v\.. feel high.
F. VV. I 'i-i iv. of Chieajo, Commii
nioner to the Paris Exposition, wi
probably have ? hard time of it th
winter. The dissatisfaction nf mac
exhibitors at the Paris exposition
Intense. Charges of all sorts hai
already been filed at the state depar
ment. Peck is accused of extra*
gance, nepotism, blackmail and otb
crimes and vices, with favoritism
locating exhibitors and secnrii
awards. Already three members
the senate and several representativ
have declared their intention of ha
ing him investigated by Congress,
Mah. oommnnication between Mi
later Conger shows that the dispati
received through Minister Wu,
Washington, on -1 nly 80, al the tin
when the ministers were supposed
have all perished, was absolutely a
thentic but was dated on July 16 i
stead of .July Is-, as hud been siippo
ed. Ministei * longer reports tbat t
firing on the legations was suspend
for long enough to Ret the dispat.
from him and was then resumed. 1
has submitted to Secretary Hay
list of Chinese whom he regards
thejesponsible authors of the on
rages which have occurred, and h
made recommendations as tu the e
tent and manner of their punis
- -a* .
Antin*, w. BaADVOao is ready to i
port to Congress an exact route for
submarine callie from San Francis
to Manila. The route leads by li
waii, Midway and li nam, and w
examine.1 at intervals of every te
miles in some places and every t<
miles in otb.ms throngs] its entire 1
000 miles ol length. Tbe charade
istics of thc bottom soil, the tempe
ature ol tlie water and other cond
tiona sTere observed tl ^very Houni
lng, ami these, witb tlie meteorolo|
el records and frequent observatioi
of specific gravity and the currents,
the water will be an important co
tribution to the physics ol the I'acil
ro CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY f
I'nke Lasstlvs I'.ronio (2uin
troggistfl re'n.t.t tlie BBOAS) If lt 1
K \v. Grave's Bigastats ls oa i
ha*, ts .
tba ni'.*i *""
the ;.rta! week bsa Leen Hie an:,
of lbs CeUBUB lotslsof Hu' l'i ?
mil for Hie -ce nil Slit*-, fbi ?
sill I**- i I--* ) thc representation ?
Slstes in Congress sad . '?' ?'
eolleg* during the coming ten :? irs. 1>I
null ie thc (letertiiiinili'.ii
Bamber of Coi.fcressniei. d*
mi Cou; ress, ah lea may make il
Tbsrs ls, litivvivi i. -
on to suppose thst th**r* will I"?
li-'ii *.| iilioiit I kl rt J tiittn1
House, ns this is Hie leasl nun.' * i
bis Hmt will not require the n
tivll ni anv Stale tn lie cut (h.wit. If thi*
nu rn lier is adopted, ths total in lbs House
will Le .'-* and Ihe total eli ct nt ai vote
will bs 177, nseessan te .-? cboii e 238. Ol
tbe lacrosse of thirty, ths New England
9 ta tefl will get two, the efl
ini*J*lle aresl eigbt, the far assl Ihn e ind
tbe south tea. This pheaoninsl Increase
In the south was not expected ami will
certainly cease a renewal et tb< effort* to
cut dos n tbs representation ol I
timi in sceordsacs vvith the nrmliei of ne*
mod to have been disquali?
fied un.ter illiteracy elsnsSB.
pnblieaafl hrtvi* full conti..1 (>:' ill bra
ts of the GovsrnsBsnl ?t present, :
will, in nil probability, be a bitter
li-^lit. before 11.i-t matter is finally decided.
The Membership of Ihs Home mav be
in. leased further Ly the addition ?X~ one,
two or Hint, states. Oklahoma i
iin.-t promising aspirant tm' Stslel
According to the Censoa returna Oklaho?
ma has'1<JH.*M5 inhshitsnta, which
entitle it tn two Men.In I- nf Conj ' '
it were admitted, and, sb il ia custoniar*
to admit States when they have m ire I" "
pie H.un necessary for 'i Congressionsl
district, it is safe to hs-uh:.- that Ok
ma ill Boon lie granted Statehood, li
has a larger population than Delaware,
Idaho, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota,
Ital,. Vermont or Wyoming and aim
large a- Kinnie Island or Oregon. In fa. I,
tbe population of Montana. Nev:.ila and
Wyoming combined is exceeded liy that "t
Oklahoma, snd while these thnt stn.
have thnt' Members ill the linn-*, rm.I -;\
Senators, Oklahoma haa nu represei
m.ii in either Chamber, excepl a del.
in the ll.msc. who has no vote. X. a M. .
icu hus nearly ns many residents a- a Con?
gressional district ? l!);i.**~<7?.uni maj Le
allowed lo .liter the I'liion, while Arizona
ia climbing upward willi I ?'?'.'.' li Inhabi?
tants. All tluic may h.* admitted I" fore
tin t lection of 1904, snd if si*, th* foll i* -
im.tl collegs will consist *.i l*i
vote-, with -.'ll necessary to elest.
Washington is filling up sgsin i i| ... .
lion. Hie return of government ciel k* vv lm
have been absent on the slump or wlm
went l.oine lo vole for the Republican can?
didates. Of course sll these employes,
while avvnv telling the people l.'.w tn v..ti?
ti raw tull ]uiy from thc government, and
were esrried without a murmur on the pay
rolls. Ths employes Ihua enjoying thi
lavish bounty thal enabled them lo bi
away from their desks whils they played
politics, point for excuse lo Uovernoi
Roosevelt, ol N*-? York, who ar a a awsj
from hia Slate for se ve rsl months,
continued to draw his pay. Tiny argm
(hui if the Governor of a State can do th*?
things, aurel] iv federal bureau chief ha.
the sallie privilsgl?SSpeeiallj when lu i
canvassing in ths interesl of Ihs Admit
istrstion supporting bim. Among tb*
Federal office holders who uer.
town working In ths campaign vu re I'oai
inaslei -ii.ciici.il Sniitli, Fourth-Aasiatun
Thin, pale, anaemic giris jj
fatty food to enrich^
J their blood, give color to I
I their cheeks and restore their jj
I health and strength, lt is J
j safe to say that they nearly j
jj; all reject fat with their food. \
COD LIVER OIL
WfHHYPOPHOSPHITES or LIME*, SODA
# is exactly what they require *,!
jj it not only gives them the im* j
I portant element (cod-liver oil) j
erj in a palatable and easily di* \
?J gested form, but also the hypo
I phosphites which are so valua
I b!e in nervous disorders that!
* usually accompany anaemia.
i SCOTTS EMULSION is a J
S fatty food that is more easily
I digested than any other form j
I of fat. A certain amount of
I flesh is necessary for health. \
?? You can gtt it in this way. j
We have known per- \
| sons to gain a pound a \
tl day while taking it.
Sec an*! $i un, all druggist*. y
SCOT 1 \ BOWN'k, Clv?mi?U, N.w York. I
?.lmaa?er.r..:ner.al ori-lnw. Third
, ,* Postmssl staddea, -
, Machen. ol -
,erT|c?; Auditor Csslla. af lha Posisl De*
,...... -/sederltp.Comptroller Traeewell,
irl *.i CJa/ma
Sb?r1 n which i" S. Pbnrtlefl
,iii,,,?t bia Bolicitstion. H.
- !,-i,,e.,m* Ibl
*mw U" 'maa tam *??*
timi during *good behsvior. I '
i; i-'-v er. ?""? 1
r.-l.ri.riiv ". bS wrote In lbs >*? r* tai ?
?ing hil sorprise sud on february ?-,'-'
bc received a Iel tor removing I im. Mean?
while .lames S. Sh. .mun ? ia Ramed a.. nis
aoccessar, bal bs refused lo quslify. Mr
Bhurtleff continued lo drsw lu-1 ilsrr, si d
? ., 15th received saother letter, prse*
lbe sai a? Ibe precedii
rein*.val. The next *1.; Isrsel P. Pisher
ired si the office sad proceeded ?>?
? in the appraiser's funt I
Mi. si,mil.'ir continued to go lo the office
until Novi ml.ci I, "hen be retired, be
I hi* salary cesi 1 Tbe govern*
incut's answer la baaed upon lbs prii
thal Hie Presldt r.t'a power of removal Ja
alis..lute Congresfl bavir.*- repealed tho
Tenure-of-Office act. It bsa,however,si?
wa*.* I.it ii supposed lhal Ibeae appraiser*
Fillip postfl wi'ii- practically life Jobs, BB
they are essentiallyjudicisl in their duties
nu! ii lia- slwaya Leen held to be good
v io have tbe lenore of office of tbe
mi v fixed, ric irci Ij a wei k r
?> member of the Board ol General
* could ii 't make hit fortune for
|>j deciding .;? csfle in ri certaia way
and it M'l'in- lb. x .ri ol policy t*.
have men with thi- power subject lo dis?
missal and perhaps povertj el Ihe whin.
ol the office seeker.
lim klcn's AriuiM - live.
The I,, st Salve in th' world foi Cuts,
Bruises,Sores, ricers. Salt Rheum, Pever
Borea, 1 etter, Chapped Hand -. Cbiblain*
i'm ii* ami all Skin Ki ii; t imr-, and posi
tiv.lv euri - Piles, or no pay required, lt
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
oi rooney refunded. Price '-'?"? cents per
box. I'm sale hy .1. W. Kelly.
Accoiding to promise, made in the re*
, .. i *,i the ;.?' edinga ol ii." leachere'
institute, we publish Miss Brown's paper
ii* full. M i-* Bros n *.ii.l:
I am vt iv soi iv that I had not n ore
time umi kuowledge lo bring to Ibu treat?
ment of the large aubject assigned lo me,
I am sure thsl, being teachers, you can
avmpatbixe with a fellow-teacher, run! <?
will umlei-tami ami appreciate mv failure
lo do even psrtisl my subject.
V, e all realise thal our town gel
they accompliah anything as educators,
must ol' necessity be graded sfler som*
-\ -inn or other. Th. teaching ..i iu. b
schools wiiulil lu- a Herculean Isak foi
both principals snd leschera if they wen
otherwise. 1 imagine s school of two oi
three hundred pupils with no lystematit
grading?pupila .*t all degr. es of advance?
ment, iron. Ihe young man who is Boon it
launch oul snd mike his own way in (hi
world, to the little t"t who bsa never beet
bo lai away from mother,?these ?
through each of Ibe different r.n*, escl
i hst ing to niu tbe gauntlet of ul
lbe itudiei embraced in Ihe public sc boo
course, Pupils localing thi mselvi * in Un
different rooina jual a.-theil own l nicies
like*, or dislikes l.'H*l them lo do. Sud
i ion of affairs would be i
the extreme. We mual grade our lowi
-chin.'..- and our country schools, alao, ii
im ii* * an be done.
In the first place t of on
lavei b ai iluoua laboi mi lh<
part ol the teacher, l! lbe school i.- wei
. the number of > lasses is mud
smaller, nol more than two to one tesche
ii i ? town school. The clssses aro roor
Interested snd mure interesting, snd, i
laki - very little more tims to test b i
lass I han a small one.
Bo, in the s.-i'oiid place, Ihe gradei
school is mole economical, requiring few
er teacheis. lt is ninth sasil I IQ tl BC
Eft* pupils ol' tbs same corporative ad
\ am i? .neut than tn teach tineen |
all itagea ol progress,
Not oi.lv th.c.- the sv-t* iu save lal.tn
lint it enables ths teacher lo spend th
time heretofore wasted from lack ol Bya
lem in better preparation ol the varioa
I. isoua to be taught. The number o
branches lo bs taught iu thc differen
departments of a graded acbool i* mae
si..aller than thal ol S mixed school. 1
ia impossible for a teaehet iu nn nngrade
ichool to prepare himself properly tor bi
work?he has more breaches lo teas
i#ii in bs eas possibly prepare. Ba tb
system should he productive of belle
Graded schools, again, ars more easil
governed. Tha teaeher caa keep the pa
pila busilv smployed*?idlsneaa eertainl
misehiat?ead it is almosl I rn poi
Bible, la a largs sagraded school, t*. ss
fhal .it li pupil i- properlj sapplied wit
lu.sy work. Besides this, tbs pupils ar
more ambit loos. Not oalv does las (ea
ot fulling behind their class-mate.* tSB
to good order, hut there is also a desi
crested te excel and prep.ue for promo
lion lo higher grade-..
led schools alao furnish educatn.
in higher branches. Ii is .mt passible fe
all lo have the advantages ol a collegt
?md the graded Behool git! *. lo each ceil
who will take il, a Ihoroagfa Knglish edu
estioB), and thin is not always given i
nonie ol our So-called colleges, let tn
tell yoe of a eass ahleb came under m
own obssrvatlea: A girl who badeaters
ths Imtrlh /*rade it. a public graded BCBC-O
aini v. as not satisied with her locatioi
decided lu euler setlegC. She remaine
in lhat college, So-Sslled, two years, whe
18BS *iut a lull graduate'. She |fl
Minply gotteit a lillie veneer. The foun
dat ion waa untouched.
What should he the basia of gredlas
laaot make age a basis, because a
t Lilllie el the same age bas mil lbs sam
development ef mind, or, Ibu name hom
training. Though annie attention ahoul
i te BM, I*., there mav be harm i
foreiag bright children beyoad their malt
as preU as in boidiug slev ehitdrei babis
Un m. We muat settle on luine study tim
tullows most closely the uulolding of Hi
| child's mind; arad, in my opinion, thi
branch is mathematics, thongh iu th
11 eal sol ignite resiling.
,| -|,,.j. -'?: .. I be general
ud dire, ti-,*- rath.-r Ihan narrowly pro
Ind whi.'h -? - nain
m. a and
1. Its legit!*
. - ... relopmi ni mat I
rally ami 1*.
. In in
lain ... ! ?*???' own*
The ! sesinel gt*d*
individna itv?I ""*
....I BlUUJ |
each * Ima
H.t.. the |
o.i m.- '
. . .
r>| ., ??. ? , i ,| educstii ii, -b iviaf *
education I I ":* "hich pre?
pare tm apecial callinga. The thorough
training Ibal thc child rt eeivea in oar
-.inn.!* i* Un- beal Ihing possible for him.
The cnn rae ct study in oar elementary
.-cho'.U in all it* vaiiety. lintis respmi-e
more or leal ready in Hie minda of ii great
majority of children, but there are some
children whocsnnol leam arithmetic,who
esaaot resd, a io csnnot draw, 'l'he wise
teachers, bot rer, will aid aucb eh lld rea
ni dev, these aaprod liva areas,
and their difficulty wil! be no lier to nrog
I wish I liad tit!!* to take ii; ami discuss
each of tl .' bri' h -houid be t (IB*
braeed in ..ni stud* coot *e. I havs given
you the-. I- vv IhoUgbtfl, but, I imp.' '" bfl
greatly h. nefili -1 bj I ? di?cu??ion
which will folios I
Ki../ isktii Bsow S.
44 Actions of the Just
The fragrance of life is
vigor and strength, neither of
which can be found in a per?
son whose blood is impure,
and whose every breath
speaks of internal troubles.
Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies,
vitalizes and enriches the
blood, gives a good appetite
and makes the weak strong.
Run Down ?''-?% husband <was run
down in health and all tired out. Those
excellent medicines, Hood's Pills And Sarsa?
parilla, built hbn up again." Mrs. H. L.
Motory, Tmvanda, Pa.
llnnd't hills euro liver 111.; tl ? son lrrir.itlr2 -ind
only cMtiartW-J.. t ?!..??.rh Hood'a Sar
OKDI.i: *.l ll III ll \TIO.V
111 the Ciel k'* i.Hire of thc I'ii <ui t emu t
of Hu ? 'v\ -e. on Hie UOtb day * f
.1 *_',ti Hst
Colin **> Co.
l>, fi i..I.inls.
iibject nf this
A ii lin?
et al. |
-nit i* tn sill the
v.nilli:- i]il.t.- due tn V* il-,,ii Holbrook,
Administrator of J H. Snodgrass, ami li
divide i eda among the nmliei
entitled iherelo. Ami nn affidavit having
been madt mid lilt .1 lhal i he detendanta,
.1. ff. Intimt.rn, ff. !'*. Lockell, I.. II. N
Balyer, l>. W. Salier, ll. K. Cone, lien
Cope, J. H. Colin, J. ff. Craddock, A. I'
Crsddock.T. M. T. rry, C M. McClung
ff. P. Smith, I'.rn. ?? Keener, J. A. Rogers
K. W.Tedford, B. I.. Smilh, ll. C H >n
durant, t .1 ti- Cull, n, C. S. Nes man, |)
I.. Dotson. M Roach, 1 ?? .1 -. bmw .-, .1
H Mitchell, ll. M. Powers, lt. Waitera
Gilbert Walters, I.* wia lt. V. altera
Joseph Waitera, W. W. Walters, Eugen.
Dearick, R. 1". Spence, W. K. Spence
...?ni-. |). Thoxton, .1. lb Maitiu, 1'. M
ls, *?. M. Revnoldfl, .1. W. 1 tte.
c. W. Adam*, H. M 'Allen, I M. Rolen
i'. c. Hill. .1. I. Loyd, 1.. C. Braefield
Hiller! 1.. I* tv,-. John IV Klcbiaon, El liar
ii. Davis, adminiatrator, V. . H. Weimet
A. R. Wright, ll*.wai.I Watkine, II. lt
\ mu In 1-. Leopold M.-rnI.Ul. Irving W
Goaling and W. T. Rosch, are mit rea
1.bi,1* ol Hie Mate nt Virginia, it i* or
dered thsl ihey tin appeal here within I,
tl,ivs alter tine publication bi reof, ami .1
w hal may bi to pi oleel thei
interest in thi- snit. And it i- furl be
ordered that a copy heit'"!' be publisbe
once a wc. '., for four weeka in Hu* lb
Stone Itsp l'*.-i. ami ihai a copy
at ihe front door "t the court
this county on the tiisi nay ol thu nei
tn iii ni iii* conni v coui t.
A >-..;. \ -- '1
w. i: Km..,i;).. i',, rk.
Bv C. A .!, ,1 isox, I). I'.
W. H. Boan, p. *,. '
lu Hu- dei ka oili.?? ? "I the Circe
ttl ihe Countv ni Wise on the 30lh dav 1
Wilsen Holbrook. Adnu. Plff.,1
vi - In Chi-;
Cope, Colls 1 Ci., it al, I >, Ms.)
lt appealing lt mn un affidavit mi tile i
the above styled eau**, thal the Slag!
Usaefscturing Company and Han Haul
ware Company, who Brenede ps rt les dc
fetidanl iii -aid suit are corporations cn
ated by rome state or country othsr tha
i'u' state ,,x' Virginia, ami thnt neither <
Bald eorporatioBa bsa in this County un
ai:*.nt nr other net-on on whom there ea
I..- Berries of pince-..-, it ia therefore ordei
ed that a process in this cause be pablisl
ed once a week tor four consecutive weeli
in tbs Big Stone Gsp Poer, a newspapi
published Ul Big BtOBS Hap, \\ i-e Cnn
ty, Va., togs!hei with a copy ofthisorde
W-fE. KlLOOBB, Clerk,
By J. A. JoBBBOX, lb C.
Tm Combos* a iltb 01 Vibuixi v:
Ti the Sheri/ of th, f',,11,,1,, ,,/ nv.
We commam! you, Thal you BB BB SK
Biager ManufactBring Company a corpt
ration; ami Hail Hardware Company
corporation, to a;.;,ear ni the I i*
of the Cir 1 it Cm 1 of 'he CoUBtV nf Vi 1
at the rules to bs held lor the said Com
SB th.- thirl Mmi.liv ii, Nov 1 inlier, IIB*
lo anawer .1 bill in ehaicery exhibit!
against Un rn and others in our said Cob
i.v Wileoa Holbrook, Admiaistrstor of
H. Baadgraas, Jeeeaecd. Ami have the
u. ie tin- writ. Witases, W, K. Kiloos
Clerk of mir aaid Court, at the emir
kaasa, the .'inti, liar of October, INO, ks
in tbe l-i.'ith year of the Common wealth.
W. V.. Kii.tioKK, Clerk.
iiuvMI-47 Bf C A. .lons.,i\. |?. f
Taught by 56 Teachers.
Fur iW-|.an. I'.ral.igu*-. ailitrn.
I?r. J ALLISON IIOIMiK-4, Ilea
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE of MEDICINE,
Gannet he Cul
Snr*H ? ul nesh destj-ovitig J lasters are u**l-* las^rnos, am
i cancerous tore ia removed, soother r* '?" tr tbe Same |
TV-fs n* ten .ci s.vei v that Cancer is a blootl disease, anti Cut it i, lolly to at temi *toi
bl**,,', tronl le I y cutting or ?.-.ruing out the sore, which, after all, m tsaly an outward sign of
Cancer nus in families through many generstionfl, and those whose ancestors hare ot en
time to t ?' stricken with the deadly malady.
Qnl'i Blood Diseases can be Transmitted from One Generation lo j
?further proof that Cancer ia a disease of the blootl.
To cure a blood disease likcthis you must cure the entire blond system?remove every tra. e of the ;
Cancer effectually and permanently but S. S. S.
S. S. S. enters the circulation, searches out and removes all taint, andsto]*sthc form it
or ordinarv blootl medicine can do thia. S. S. j. goes down to the very roots of the disease
allowing thc sore to heal naturally and ptmianentlv. S. S. S. at the same time tarifiestbe! tooti a
A little pimple, a harmless looking wsrt or mole, B lump in the breast,
heal uudex ordinary treatment, should all be lwked upou with suv
a bad form of cancer.
Mm Sarah M. Kee-T LT. -Mi Wltt'aor Kit Bristol. Tenn
41 yeara old. an*! I r three -?am bad anffered w'.th a a*.
ere f*,rin cf
ClrtcTr cn 9f jaw wn"-n tss a-veto** ia mis city ss-ia was mcuraoie. aa**!
that I r*-*uld Bea Hrs in *e than rim martha. I accept*! trieir a atctneBl ???
true, and had given up all Lope ol ever being wall again w. ?
tat. knowing ot my condition, recommend***! ?, 9. 3. After taking a few
Dottie* the sore began to heat, much to the ?urprt.t of the ptaysieaanfl sud
in a abort lime made a complete cure. I have fained in noah, my appetite
it aplendid, aleep ia refreshing ? ia fact, am enjoying perte, t health '
Our medical department ia in charge of physicians of lon-;
experience, who ure especiilly akilled In treating Cancer aaa o'herb* *.,.! ,< ?.?,?, .
or information wanted, we make no char'je whatever for thia service. THE SWIFT SPFCIFIl* COM.
(IKiiKIC Ol ll III.ir vti.in.
Iii the Clerk a(Mica of Ihe l in-uit Court
ot ti..- Com iv of Wi*,, mi the 30th ti ?
? rt, Plaintiff, ?
agaiual - In Chancery
Isaac Sat ago, Di fi -ideal '
1 be object of t!ii*> sail i- fo obti ;
divorce s vinculs mstrimoaii for lha
n I a ii, ti IV. Ami an affidavit having
been m.nie ami Bled ihat the defend*
ant. Isaac Savage, ia nol s resident of|
the state .,i \ Irginia, i( i? ordered lhal he
tl*. sppesr bera within IS dsya
niter duo publication hereof, and do what
may I i - i* y tu protecl bia interest
in this rail, lind 't ia further ordered thsl
i hereof bc published once a week
for rour weeks in The Big Stone Gap Poa .
and that a mpv be posted Si tin- fronl
door of Ihe c .urt-houae oi thia countv oi
the tii-l dav ol the liexl tern, ol th*' omni
court. \ Teste:
ff. E. Ki Clerk,
by C. A. Jonxsox, l>. C.
'A - Mathews, p. q. novl ll li
ORifBIt or rim ic ukin.
1 n ti,.' Clet I.'* ' ifliee of the Circuit I
ot the County of Wi*,* (,n th*- 30tb dav ol
Oe tolier, 1900.
Citillia Wright, Plaintiff, .
au* lintl - In Clirll-i't i J
'I he object of Ibis suit i ? lo obtain >,
divorce a vinculs matrimonii for ths
plaintiff from Ibe delendant. Ami nn
iiili-lavi! having been made md filed thal
the di fi nd int, v\ illiam Wright, is not
a resident of the state ol Virginia, it
is ni,!, 11 i thal ir here within 15
days sftet due publication bereof, and do
what msy be necoasan to protecl hi* in*
terest in this auit. And il ia further or
dei ed tbat a copy liereol be publish* .1 mice
a week for four wicks in The Big stone
ii 1 thal a t-..pv b* poated ?
fronl ..or if tbs couti-1.<*ii-" ot thiaci
oa thu first day of Ihs neal term of tbe
emin! ? cn.ut. A eopy? I Bl
ff. E. Knoobb, CleiIv.
By C. a Jonas .a i?. C
ff, W. (i i rv is, p. t). nov I ll 1.
oiiiiKit or ri in.n \ii.in
In ths Clerk's Office of the Cir. i l Courl
of thc .'mini v ol WiBO c.i Hie III -t >: i
C P. Adinjrtoti, Plaintiff, ?
11n -1 -In* ,
Wm. P. Carter el si, Di )
The object of thia aoil i* to partition t
i erl tin lot of land situated In vVi-i i
tv, Virginia, in Ibe town ol lil ade villi
. .ititi a- Lol No. ."i of ihe ?*
Spi ing addition nt laid toa ii bet
r iff and di fl i.ii.mt And au allin.iv it
having been made and filed that ths de?
fendants, Wm. P, Carter, Geo. C. Carter
) nnd Ma M. Carter, are nol resident a
, ol the State of Virginia, it i-* ordered t il
' thc) do appear here within 15 dava
i tine publication hereol, and do what maj
: lie ii*.-*?ni i v to protecl theil inter. -
I this auit. And it is further ordered Hist
I a copy hereof be published ouce t wm's
j for lo ur weeks in th** Hil; Stone Hap I
and lhal a copi be posted al the Ironl
door of tbe court-bouae of thia countv on
i tba til st .I iv "I ihe next lei tu ol the
'" linty Coui i
A c mo l.i.
Vv K Kilohm
? iv l . A .1.11. WIN. i i .
\ <). M. Vu AI;s, p. i,.' nov I 14-41
Th.-rc will In* ,-i bot lime in the
[old town this summer. Drink Soda
at the In ag Store.
N<>\v in ri
Thc li ' ?? '
Big Stun I! ip V
Tlie Election te
bargains to * lo <
bargains to close out,
Will Continue to Sell Goods Cheap.]
Than Any Store in Town.
Below we name a few Prices of our Bar
Goods delivered, free of charge, to ai
the City: ^^^^^_H_^_^_^H_H_|
Men's Heavy Winter Suits,
Men's Heavy Dress Suits,
Men's Heavy Pants,
Ladies' Shoes, -
Men's and Boys' Shirts, - - from 15 c<
Men's and Boys' Ties, - to close oul al
A full line of Hosiery, Neckwear and (lents' k
Also a lot of Ladies' Skirts, below cost, 98 cents
Good Flour, for
Best Grade Oil, -----
14 Pounds Sugar, for ...
25 Gases of Soap, 5 cent size, - to close out, .it
Flaked Hominy, 10 cent size, to close out, at *
White Lake Salt Fish,
Everything kept in a First Class Store. Just recci\
ment of Fresh Cakes, Lemon and Vanilla Water-.
2 Gallon Buckets, 13 cents. 12 Gallon Wash I
A Full line of Glassware to close out al
Give me a call, whether you buy o
costs nothing to show goods.
Yours to Please,
J. A. MUNGY*
BIG STONE CAr