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The Big Stone Post.
Entered at the font ?ffte? at ?A% Storso Gap, Va., as KMotHl-elasi matter, Nov. lith, 1890. MSADIXO PAPER OF SOUTHWEST VA. rt'b!.ixrr?d wrkjclt ?t tur BIG STONE POST PUBLISHING CU. O. e. SEARS President. EDWIN 8ARBOUR, editor. Tkhmu or SuRScairoo.*: One Tear. i Six Months, Payment ttricilr in advance. 11.25 75 ?as arrested. Another son of the eider Evnns wag then sent in to get a bond writ? ten out with the hope of inducing the justice of the peace to accept if, and re? lease the prisoners, but before he could return his father and brother had been foullv :nurdered. The guards stated that about 12 o'clock on Saturday night about 2.~> men entered, took the prisoners out and ordered the guards to lock themselves in the store? house where they had been holding the two Evans. There they quietly remained while murder was being committed, not? withstanding they had the key to the door. The bodies of the men were found next morning hanging to a tree on either end of five feet of rope. The bodies were within three feet of the body of the tree and though the feet of the men were not tied, there was no evidence of any strug? gle. The Birmingham Age-Herald says it. is believed that the brutes tied one of them to one end of the rope and then holding him up threw the other end across - . I --?-.-j the limb and tied it around the neck- of Thk time for which many of the readers j tho oilier, and thou held their bodies, and of the Post subscribed for tho paper will - possibly threw their weigh I on the bodies, expire in August and pi mber, and j drawing them down w?ud till the men were those who v. ixh to renew tl eir si "rip- r.hoked :.? death. i lions will please do so promptly. Theyi These f els are vouched fdr'hj a spec t >(.;, r;?. r... j Sal eorre??ondent-af the A.":-!To;-;'.':b.ij?d | I'be^e is every reason for believing ? 1;em | &OMBY OX IIIS IIUSCLE.. Thc Confederate Chieftain Eights in a Street-Car. ROBINSON-PETTET CO. CSUCCE8S0RS TO R. A. ROBINSON & CO.) IMPORTERS AND Advoktihin? Bates: Display advertisement* p?r Inch, for each iniertion $1.M * ?>????! notia*?, 0Wta?xI?*j etc., 10 cents rx-r line each insertion. Discount allowed for one column or raor*. Attorneys who Insert l??nl advertisement* In the Post for th*?!r clients will bo considered responsible for then) and bills for the sam? uro payable monthly. Friday, August 28, 1891. Fur new on a Leaven worth street-car this afternoon, says a Sail Franci-co special of Sunday to the Philadelphia Times. A conductor collided with Col. John S. Mosby, the old guerrilla chieftain, and the Colonel laid' the conductor hors du combat on the floor. Then the grip mau tried lo slay the Colonel as he was shaking the prosljratc conductor. Then the ladies in the car came to tiie old Colonel's rescue, and carpeted the dummy with the gripman's hair. Colonel Mosby started out from his hotel for a quiet ride on the cable-cars. Owing to the crowd he was obliged to take an inside seat. Presently the inside be? gan to fill up. A lady entered and looked around. Every seat was taken. The Colonel gave her his seat. Having per- j Having formed a co-partnership, offer their profes- I formed the courte'sv the Colonel loo*cd I?ionalsendees 10 lhe people of Big Stone Gap nnd i \ icinitj. [Wholesale Druggists and dealers in Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Win? dow Glass, Glassware, &c. 538, 530, 532 W. Main Street. ZvO^isviUe^ Kyi stablished !042. incorporated is9i. Professional Cards. KUNKEL & BOARD, Physicians and Surgeons, W. J. C?RMACK & RETAIL SHOES, HATS AND ij;;: LADIES' AND GENTS'* FIWE SHOj A SPECIALTY. Just received a new lot of oar goodsHare, mode- f rota mrl..vi owry respect. Our :. -? !?? tremc cbeopnees !?.-? well tli ir s and see tho best spat* at tli : ?oute < Ordern !>V mall ; f AC One Door West National Bank. C, E, & C. H. SPALDINh ^ Fixed ci DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF IT1 in j a around and noticed that some of ll|c scats j J? on the grip-car had become vacant. The J ? L}R. A. J. HOBACK, door was open. The afternoon i'a^s awful- } ly hot. The Colonel went outside. j ''May I cross to the dummy?" he asked ! on,M r,:"r s- h- Whitehead & Company's Drug Ston l?fconductor. ' BIG STONE GAP, VA. "ton can t, ami yon know ir* said that _ official will obi Im?! bee R'ubfiC! i ( o so promptly. I hey I >rye that the price of the paper i reduced, but tiie rule i / sylvan la for rlvtstfin Ren?: Hi \n knocked the con'I'": .-or down and ham? mered bim. Ths car was sf< pped md rhc gripman, a large powerful mr-n attacked Mosby. Three iad ,>'??:?' ? ." rs assisted by pulling the gripman's hair. Screams . -iK toe air. The gri ?man go! up and ? ?'>]<(">, 30 did Col one-1 >' ,?br, so did (he "'?'/?""I conductor. The >'?? ' r ran io ??? ?'' ? ? : i /? - I j. r. ??' LMTT, JK. ii. C. ?'HOWE!.!., Jit BULLITT & MCDOWELL, Attorneys at Law, Inti rmonl How l llniliiing, BIG STONE GAP, V \. Contracts taken for Building from foundation. furnished. Wc guarantee good work, good materials, and a perfect f:::i-i! in and specifications furnished when desired. BULLITT ? i ? M?DOWELL-MTU We have V/ILLIAM K. SHELBY, A t r* i m o y t T^,z\ 'w ? BIG STONE GAP. VA. Oiflc*! ii? Hsi?ls ?if Big Siniir- r,np. in H. A. V/. SKEEN, Attorney at Law, Sbortl Buildh.z, BIG STONE GAP. VA. office complete abstracts of Lit sold by the VoUtU . ,v?h... Sulpbu T ' And >eu?e ! ^ ist of Fixed Volatll \ sh . - SutpbJ The cess t Mn. K P> Ml Tlw yestei Wal v,.l Sul Aal BIG STONE GAP IMPROVEMENT And of the bulk of the lots and acre property own. | , In the tov/n and vicinity of BIG STONE CAP For three years wc have been collecting and perfecting ti. , now oiler them to the public with the assurance of accuraev. gSS^You Can Not AJFord to Buy without an Abstra< .;? ? argn! ic .'.>??''. ] .. ? has :? ? EDWIN BARBOUR, Attorney at Law, Ayers Building, BIG STONE CAP, VA. Gilley Building, BIG STONE GAP, VA <? ? BCRK8, Lebanon, Va. K. SI. rt l.tov, Wise C. II., Va. BURNS & FULTON, Attorneys - r*t * iv^i^vv, Cociits:?Russell, Wise and Dickinson Counties, and Court ef Appeals at Wythevllle. :? .? .? oi lei tcrs . . ; i i ?: ';i* i he at i - ? roag hrentli. .. ?. . 'ioor i:o stooped, ? ? -ri account of his ." pick it up. To his the stamp commenced ?? - 'he tioor. He straigh . r.l gazed in open mouthed as .it. Tiie stamp moved on across t*? Iuc wall :ind 'commeuced to ? ai.tkr k. AnniSON. C. a. IIAKni.l ADDISON & HARDIN, Attorneys at Law, Office '?vor liHiik <.f Hi-^ Stone Gap. BIC STONE GAP, VA n buy and sell business and residence lota in all parts of flic cil crty on Wood, Clinton, and Wyandoltc Aveuues. Five hundr acre trrctsof coal and limber lands for sale in Wise and Dickinsoi to the lines of Railroads. Don't fail to see or write to us. Rkkkukxcks:?Bank of Big Stone ?Jap. Va.; Citizens Bank, Johnson City, : Johnson City, renn.; Powell's Valley Bunk, Jonesvillc, Va.; First \.iti..n.?! n m*. . ^mmmoi min wii, oi viic. v>.?.._?.... i > .... 'irginia, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W." E. Upirationm. * and Q IS0D' I o^ontf.y whose greauiea^ ' R. T. IRVINE, \ttomey at I^tiw, IJIfi STONE OAF, VA. nmuierfield Building, Wood .\^ ??'-u! 'cm again by LhuiHdcr!" ">j:is lhe -:[?? ? r\itiou made by the young man, osl ! i-f^ifciuit out t*1 searcl] fo* a justice of ? ' $ tVc p^ejwj %ho. would ftwear him nlf. Thejofnoe rtaoiip iud fallen on ?LOjiaek of a tlv vith r H li gummed fide down. Not Iveing aide I lo flv with its-extra load the insect hadj TURNER MAURY, ? i.l j crawled across the floor carrying tli stamp ' ith it. C. NO El 5 Lb* DEHLER IN atlrers will in ( reist in the! fee: of the t \ alicv i$:r ,oi some ire ..a v v ? re] tise of eaccd to r, 1 which, the cencc has .ii. i.^ an intelligent hody ill. when l.h'ey consider ihi. to ?"? ant the d isti-ed piiyilege upriKjVi? . .... l.-.J !. Lv.nclTln Lvuca ?trial' nder, ! rate is iT, . pujtjs-n'tnent ner, a H'cr^ of an '*':.?.; iii' -- ef \ - and j lea'flci 3 t,! ^:.j:'ai.i ?vli; A Rich Strike of Silver. The richest strike thtithasbeenmadc la the Leadville mining- district for l-years has just been made in the IJolm shaft, located within one block of Har? risou avecue, Le&dviUe's main thor I onffhrarc. Last week it was deter | mined to sink this shaft* und, diamond I drills wore brought into use and went I down 312 feet and struck a thick vein j of extremely high-grade silver ore, ! which assays from 200 to 800 ounces of j silver to the ton. Carrying oxit a Schema. During the past t\vp days fourteen convicts have by some means escaped i from the Tennessee Coal Mining Co.'s I mines at Briceville, Tcnn., the scene ,, ; of all the recent trouble in that section. ' j This is in keeping with a scheme of tho ' ' o:"n111 miners recently given to the public to ? "'"'release the convicts a few at a time, large pa! ufiiic pro- and thus avoid any bloodshed or call tig an inti tion < n the pfor the state militia. ; ? cultivate a|" . ... i The Pasteur Cure Failed. ' The five-year-old son of Charles 111 i Adams, of Ashland, Mass., who was " 5,;i:' one of the children taken to the Pasteur exoiis t..r its j institute in New York city for treat ;.|. andlment for a supposed mad dog bite, has i,.trUg|g; died, and it is believed that without ] doubt hydrophobia was the cause of 1 death. The children were discharged as cured from the institute about August L Attorney at Law, BIG STONE GAP.VA. Office, Appalachian Bank !'>t;ildi:i;:. DRS. RHEA & PEPPER, Dentists, INTERMONT HOTEL. Will In' at Big Stone Gap the first Tuesday <<l each month and remain during the week. Bristol office. Corner -Main and Fifth Streets. .combine i : vvitliUoloi . and annoi of cotton . : wei s no ui crop he."I s jasfm'. end to increase tiie ISAAC S. ROSS, Attorney at Law, NORTON. VA, L KINDS OF TIN AMD AND HOUSE FUBNISHINC GOODS. Stoves, Wrought Steel Ranges, Snperiori Tools, Cistern and Weil Pumps, Farming and GardOBjn^ taplenjestsL i Till It 1 and 1 SI dou title givt dra con the eiti 7?a 3 si 4tl 4? 3 i 8 i 1 i o! b Si tl 0 e t 1 t i I 810, SI2 Broadway, Cot. Shelby A Campbell LOUISVILLE:, 54: ESTABLISHED 1356 ?r** s-\ & no JEWELERS & OPTieiAMS, Cor. Fourth & Jefferson, Louisville, Ky. Continue to can y the handsomest and mosl selected stock of Diamonds, Watches, Jeweii y, and Silverware, in the city. Tbey have also a complete Optical. Department, u: . management of a professional Optician, thoroughly com to test and lit your eyes. Xo charge for testing th< eye. ^23^*." ?i .'? >| tmdeni e Solicited. LAWYERS^BRIEFS. The "Post" Job Office is pre? pared to Print Uriel's promptly and cheaply. ruuc isOl-i erful it connueiic s the e.rganixaiion of one <,! the largest*trusts in existence, the il ji : pf tvliicli i- to i' .ir-. the price of one ol the ;:i : Jsities <-! ei\ilized life. ?, i:ld like f ir of the Alliance t hose pc: -oils who' I:ug< rj rations for the pur ivau moiv. VVh'.iie ? ?..!.;('' i:.V:-!^.hce ? visit swiit. find ?. tistic ? po'ine vile e: i. inal, ah upiie'.U*. y tyiapaliiy ?nd Sf'uppov the comtiiunity, is nroye olten happens ., , u- .... ? of n siarillng^! tne-?iuauce is evuteniiv a i>euever in xna in aitaeiiint; to some dainuable dectrine of fighting the devil !C of keej int u; if of oil, sugar, ire cieater enemies of ii . itgcd in a gigantic oi ; binder-twi ne; etc ; SOCict abinalion of cotton growers, whose ! ?- * pur ose i- I raise tiie price of cotton. ? The Alliance is evidently a believer in th imca suynic ifuriated and i ^t'h , ers -a. i; sum ?;? n! :a: lUiuriatet ' i ting ro vd to proceed at once to J riete > I iii Ir icn't without giving the chance lo be heard, horrible example of the evils scarcely be imagined tiiufder in Alabama. It in May last a man named ??: ol in the shoulder from r Gi II ma ii. The wound was Money has recovered, ks : go two other meu claim to ? ' ' t at near the same place. ? i t Thvirsdtyv ilohu Evans was arrested triispiei 'e. h,uvMig done the first shoot iugiast May. Although he repeatedly asked to be allowed to give bail: he was held at Baile\t jn, four miles from his home, under guard without bail or trial, and even without being given the privi? lege of the protection of the county jail. On Saturday the fathef of the suspected yraii came by on his way to Cullman to i>ecure counsel for his sou, when he too The Alliance Convention of Georgia passed a resolution demanding of Sena? tor Gordon, whom they had assisted in being elected to the Senate, that h^ should declare his position, before the convention previous to its adjournment on the Ocala platform. The adjournment! came, however, without even a.suggestion from the Senator of what he intended to do. The delegates were incensed at his refusal to comply with the request, and gave vent to their feelings by such utter? ances us "dum it, when he wanted ouf votes we couldn't shake him off/' The time for the fall elections is draw? ing near. It is only a little over twb months before the election, and it is time that the campaign was being opened. The democratic committee of the count? should meet and fix a date for holding a convention to nominate a candidate for the legislature from Wise count v. The Queen's Condolence. ,f The acting secretory of state has re? ceived, through' the British minister, the following telegram from the Mar? quis of Salisbury: "The queen desires to express her regret at the news which has just reached this country of Mr. Lowell's death." By direction of the president a copy was immediately transmitted to tho family o? the de? ceased._ Important Decision, Acting Postmaster-General Whitfiejd has decided that postal cards, the edges ,of .which have been cut and the shape of the card materially changed for ad? vertising purposes, can npt be sent through the mails. Parties must re? frain from mutilating such cards, or they will be considered by the depart? ment as unmailable. Liver Tumor Killed the Poet. Dr. Henry P. Wolcott, Mr. Lowell's physician, says that Mr. Lowell's death resulted from a tumor of the liver. "Tho trouble first made its appearance about 18 months ago. He suffered intensely all through his illness, aAd made a gal [-lant fight, but the odds were against"! him and he had to succumb. . Bapid Transit. Baron and Baroness Von Schroeder sailed for Hamburg on the Fuersl Bis? marck Thursday. They live in San Francisco and in going to New York matte tire qnk&cs't time, -r*e^h"aps; eye* made b? pa^so"ngerS ort. regliltfr.tr?ifta TTie route of 2.00? miles' was* covered in four clays, sixteen hours and fifty min? utes. MRS J. H. DUFF, Proprietress. Clean and well furnished rooms, Victuals well cooked and Table furnished with the very best tin .Marke t affords. Location, High and Dry. Only pure Spring Water Used. Special Rates tu Drummers and Boarders by the week or month. J. J. WOLFE. H. CLAY, SR. I iL* r< J. C. MOORE. ? r Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail Deab ROUGH AND DRESSED Flooring C! p i! i n <y BIG STONE GAP, VA. FRED. A. BEEBE, Manager. Only First-class Hotel In Big Stone Gap. Electric Bells, Electric Light, Steam Heat. J^O&T OFFICE, 531c: Stone Gap, Va,, Opens 7 a. m. Closes 8:30 r. m. arrivals and departures of mails. auhives. Daily exceptSunday. uc.wr.s. 1:15 p. m. Western Mail. .r? p. m. 6:30 k* Eastern Mail. VI m. 12:15 44 Southern Mail. 1:30 r. m. ?gP**!Liil for above routes close fifteen ndnulca before departure. ST?R ROUTES. From Wbltcaburg, Ky., to Big Stone Gap, arrive!*, daily exc?'i't Sunday, at 11:4"> .\. departs at 2 r. m. From Big Stone Gap to Slemp, Va., Tuesdays and Fridays, arrives at 12 departs 1 r. ?. J. M. Goootoic, Bevel and Drop ling. Moulding, Brackets, Finishing Lumber, etc. BIG STONE GAI % VA? Jr if G00DL0E k CU? s mir 55 a Ott TRACTS ?>f Co Blocks and Lots in the' city we make buying and selllnjr a- specialty, i't make investments should crresjiond with us. .;<() 'S l.'oFr.I.F UM. Ai.lMSu I I11 ? ' . . \ -. bandied by us. Office: Opposite Post-oftice. BIG 3TOIn.. < ? ? ? IADVERTISE Your Bnsiness in the Column^ of the "Post" and Double your Sales. U Are bettor prepare^ ever to supply their ?', Edaged Corrugated Iron and Stee Roofing, Siding, Ceiling etc. Our facilities are unequal - Correspondence Solic;ited The Cincinnati Corrugating Company, Box 271, PIQUA. OHIO.