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Ft*h in Yellowstone Park.
Mr. ,J. F. Bullitt, Jr., who hag just re?
turned from en extensive trip through
Yellowstone Park, gives some remarkable
accounts of the fishing in that section.
He says that in one morning in company
with his father and brother be caught
eighty-eight trout, averaging one and
a half pounds each. In fact the fish be?
came so plentiful that they tired of catch?
ing them, as the only thing they could do
with the surplus was to feed them to the
black bear that abound In the neighbor?
hood of the hotels.
???-?-?
shooting: Affray.
At the negro ball in Plat 3, on Tuesday,
an altercation occurred between Jim
Fannagan and another man in which there
was a lively use of knives and pistols.
Fannagan, who did the shooting, was
sent on to the grand jury by Mayor Bullitt
and the other fellow was fined ten dollars
and costs, in default of which he was sent
to jail.
A Policeman In a Row.
On Saturday night A. M. Rogers, of the
police force, while hunting for the party
who fired off a pistol near the Central
Hotel, got into a fight with a man named
Welch. Rogers drew a pistol from his
boot-leg and beat Welch severely over
the head with it. One of Welch's ears
was nearly cut in two and there were
several other ghastly cuts about his head.
The trial of the parties will be held to?
morrow morning before Mayor Bullitt.
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PERSONAL.
Mr. Pelham Blackford is in the city.
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Mr. Jas. L. White, of Abingdon, is at the
Intermont.
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Mr. W. A. McDowell has returned from a
trip to Loudon county.
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Dr. II. P. Howard spent several days of laat
week in Tazewell county.
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Mr. D. J. Henning, of Coeburn, was in the
city Tuesdav.
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Mr. A. Summerfield has returned from a
trip to Danville.
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Mr. E. R. Brown, of Bristol, has been in the
city for several days.
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Mr. J. K. Taggart has returned from a visit
to his family in Pennsylvania.
* *
Gen. R. A. Ayers spent several days in town
this week.
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Maj. A. iS. Horsley, of Abingdon, woa at the
Intermont Monday.
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Mr. Jno. F. Rixey, of Culpepor, was in town
the first of the week.
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Mr. Walter E. Addison is in Harrisonburg
on legal business.
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Mr. Wm. E. Burns, of Lebanon, Va., was at
the Intermont this week.
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Mayor J. F. Bullitt, Jr., has returned from a
three"weoks trip to Yellow Stone Park.
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Messrs. G. W. and h Fipps, of Indiana,
have been in town a few days.
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Mr. Jno. M. Goodloe is confined to his room
W5fch an attack of malarial fever.
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Messrs. L. T. Maury and H. H. Bullitt
spent several days in Abingdon this week.
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Mr. W. E. Harris spent last week in Cul
pepcr.
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Mr. E. P. Bryan, well known in this city,
has been promoted from the general agency of
the Louisville & Nashville railroad at Frank?
fort to the snperintendency of the terminal
facilities of that road with headquarters at
Louisville.
YTIRGINIA?In she Clerk's office of the Ctrculi
V Court of the County of Wise on the 23rd day of
July, 1891. In vnciition.
Soctiiwest YinoiMA MiNKiuf. Laxd
Comtaxy, Plaintiff,
oguiust
E. M. II \itniN, ct of, Defendants,
The object of this suit is to collect a note for
$1,807,77 with interest, dated January 22nd, 1890, and
due in one yeur from its date given by E. M. Hardiu
to Plaintiff', and to enforce vendors line on an undi?
vided one ninth interest in a tract of land of 202 5G-W0
acres more or less; situated in the town of Rig Stone
Gap, Va., at and near the Louisville A' Nashville De?
pot Mtid known formerly aa the Williams or Kilhoiim
tract. And an affidavit having been made and filed
that the defendants J. K. Abraham, E. P. Bryan and G.
W. Roberts arc not residents of the State of Virginia,
it is ordered that they do appear here, within 15 days
after due publication hereof, and do what may he nec?
essary to protect their interest in this suit. And It la
further ordered that a copy hereof be published once a
week for four weeks In the Bio Stoxf. Post, and that
a copy be posted at the front door of the court-house
of this county on the first day of the next term of
the county Court. A copv?Teste:
J. E. LIPPS, Clerk.
It. T. lavtxk, p. q.
FORCED SALE.
Lots 0 and 10 Block 16 and the two dwelling bouses
thereon. In compliance with the terms of a certain
deed of trust executed by L. C. Harvey, et ux and T.
K. Harvey, et ux to Wm. M. McElwee, (dated Februa?
ry 8,1890, recorded in Wise County Deed Book 17,
page 127,) I will, on the premises, at 12 o'clock noon,
Wednesday, August 12,1801, sell to the bigbeat bid- j
der, two lots In Big Stone Gap, Va., to-wit: Lots 0
and 10 Block 10, as shown on "Improvement Co's
Plat No. 1," including the two valuable dwelling
houses thereon and appurtenances, or so much there
ot tin may be necessary to satisfy said trust.
Terms of sale:?Cash as to cost of executing this
trust and the amount due ou a certain note dated
February 7, 1890, for $2,000 due four month* after
date, with interest from maturity, subject to a credit
Of $200 of September 9,1890, and $300 aa of October
24,1S90, the balance it any to be payable at such
time and on such terms as said grantors' assijrnsmay
direct^ or In default of dlrectioiiB, on 1 year's time,
with interest, for which a note must be given and to
secure which a lien will be retained.
This sale will be made subject to the lien of Thrus
ton, Trustee on said property, for $233.33, with inter?
est from June 13, 1888, to foreclose which suit has
lately been instituted in Wise Circuit Court.
The property hereby offered for side is. in the very
heart of the town, aud for busiuess purposes ranks
A. No. 1. It lies at the west comer of East 4th
Street and Wyandotte Avenue (the two modern two
story frame dwellings thereon occupying the rear
portion of the two lots, frontiug 72 feet ou East 4th
Street) leaving vacant a frontage on Wyandotte
Avenue of 66 feet with a depth (same width) of 60
teet. 50-2t Wm. M. McELWER, Trustee.
VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit
Court of the County of Wise on the 29th day of
July, 1891, in vacation.
J. J. Kxi.lt, Jr., Plaintiff, )
AUAjxsT . 5 In Chancery.
A. J. Stkixna.s Defendant. >
The object of this suit is to annul and set aside a
deed from John Hunsucker to J. D. Price and A. J.
Steinmau, dated Sept. 15th 1874, and recorded in Wise
County D. B. 3, page 160, in so far as the same affects
a tract of laud of 390 acres, more or less, sold by
??ld Hunsucker to J. J. Kelly, Jr., by deed dated
JuuelGth, 1881, and recorded in Wise County D. B.
5, page 399, said land being situated in Wise County,
on. the mill brauch ?f Powell's River, about ten miles
Southwest of Wise Court House. And an affidavit hav?
ing been made and tiled that the defendant, A. J.
Steiuman, is not a resident of the State of Virginia,
it is ordered that be do appear bere, within 15 days '
after due puhlicullou hereof, and do what may be
necessary to protect his interest in ibis suit. Atod it
is further ordered that a copy hereof be published' ?
once a week for four weeks in the Bio Stonk Post,
and that a copy be posted at the frontdoor of the?
court bouse of this county on the first day of the
next term of too couuty Court.
A cepy-Tcstc: J. E. UPPS, Clerk.
It. T. fcnx?e,i>. q, By C. V. Aisdikctox, D. C.
'In Chancery.
"COME SOOTH! YOUNG MAS."
Frosiddit Harri????on Iiis four through
the Soath, after having seen the won?
derful growth of Lynchburg, Bedford
City, Roaaoke, Salem. Radford, Pulaski,
Wytbeville and Abingdon and the indus?
trial development in progress along the
line of the Norfolk & Western Railroad
and viewed the country of Southwest
Virginia, said iu his speech to the people
of Bristol, Vs,.:
"My Fellow Citizens:?I have found not
only pleasure, but instruction in riding
to-day through the portion of the State
of Virginia that is feeling in a very strik?
ing way the impulse of new development.
It is extremely gratifying to notice that
those hidden sources of wealth which
[ were so long unobserved and so long un?
used are now being found, and that those
! regions, once so retired, occupied by pas
| toral people, having difficult access to the
I center of population, are now being rapid
! ly transformed into busy manufacturing
j and commercial centers. In the early
'settlement of this country emigrants
poured over the Alleghaniea and Blue
Itidgejt.like waters over an obstructing
ledge, seeking the fertile and attractive
farm regions of the great. West. They
passed unobserved these marvelous hid?
den stores of wealth which are now being
brought into use.
"Having filled those great basins of the
West they are now turning back to Vir?
ginia and West Virginia and Tennessee
to bring about the full development and
production for which time is ripe and.
which will surprise the world. It has not
been long since every implement of iron,
domestic, agricultural and mechanical,
was made for you in other States. The
iron point of the wooden mold board plow,
with which the early farmers here turned
the soil, came from distant States. But
now Virginia and Tennessee are stirring
their energies to participate in a large
degree in mechanical productions and in
the great awakening of American com?
merce and American influence which will
lift the nation to a place among the na?
tions of the world never before attained.
"What fs to hinder us when we have
Secured the markets of our own States
that we shall reach oat and enter into
successful competition in the markets of
other parts of the world: I say what is
to hinder this people; possessing by the
Providence of God, all the elements of
material wealth; endowed with a genius
and energy unsurpassed among the na?
tions of the earth, shall again have on the
great seas a merchant marine flying the
flag of the common country and carrying
its commerce into every sea and uphold?
ing its honor in every port?
"I am glad to-day to stand for this mo?
ment among you and to express my sym?
pathy with any and every interest that
tends to develop you as a people, i am
glad to stand with you on one common
platform of respect for the constitution;
differing as some of us may do in our
opinions as to what the law should be and
how it should be applied; having in view
one common devotion of obedience to the
law as the majority of our people, by
their own representatives, make it.
"I shall carry away from here a re?
newed impulse to public duty; a new in?
spiration as a citizen, and that too, of a
country whose greatness is only dawning.
^And now let me express to you the
pleasure I shall have in every good that
can come to you as a community and to
each of you as individuals. May peace,
prosperity and social order dwell in all
your families, and the fear and love of
God in every home."
Come to Virginia.?The coming wool
growing; agricultural and iron producing
section of the United States.
( Come via Merchants and Miners
From Boston Steamship Line, via Norfolk, I'eiih
and < nylvaniait. lt., via Norfolk, or \V.in
New England, ington, or Ilarrishurg: Baltimore A
(.Ohio lt. It., via Sucuandoah Junction.
From N. Y.t f Come via Old Dominion Steamship
N. J. j Line, via Norfolk, Pennsylvania K.
Penn. < U., via Norfolk, or Washington, 01
Del. ? j Harrisburg; Baltimore & Ohio K. II.
Md. [via Shcnandoah Junction.
From the j Come via Pittsburgh, or via Chat
West {tanoogn, or via Columbus and Ashland
For all information, maps, reference
books, pamphlets, etc.. descriptive of the
wonderful mineral and agricultural re?
sources of the States of Virginia and
West Virginia, apply to Agents of the
Norfolk & Western railroad, 21)0 Wash?
ington, Street, Boston; 303 Broadway,
New York; 1,433 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Washington, D. C; 07 East, State Street,
Columbus, Ohio, or General Office,
Roan ok e, Va.
VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's Office of the Circuil
Court iti the County of Wise on the ^-ini day "f
July, 1891, at rules.
Johnson Wells, who sues for |
the benefit of Chatlea Kerr, j
Trustee, fie., Plaintiff, S In Chancery.
against |
. C. Chance, exor el ol. De'f'fs J
The object of this suit is to recover of Qie estate of
W. D. Jones, dee'd, the sum of $685.00 with interest
(hereon from Dec. 31st, 1887, till paid, and to subject
the payment of said debt a certain tract ol land in
Wise County, Virginia, containing/?^ acres more or
Jess, which was conveyed to Win, D. Jones bj John?
son Wells and wife on Dec. 31st, 1SS7, by.deed of
record in Wise County, D, It. 11 p. 83, in which a
vendors lien wbb expressly reserved for the pavment
of the amount above stuted. And an affidavit Utting
been made and filed that the defendants J. C. Chance
executor of the last will ot W. I). Jone?, deceased,
Catharine B. Jones, John M, Jones, Nancy E. Allen,
j J. G. Allen, W. J. Carnuick, Samuel -J. Jarnos, Beiij.
I D. Jonos, John Jones, Eula Jones and It; Jones are
not residents of the State of Virginia, it is ordered
that they do appear here, within 15 days after due
publication hereof, and do what may be necessary t?
protect their interest in this suit. And it is farther
ordered that a copy hereof be published once a week
for four weeks in the Bio Sto.nk Post, and that a copy
be posted at the front door of the court-house of this
county on the first day of the next term of the County
Court. A copy?Teste: J. E. LIPPS, Clerk. ?
Wm. K. Shkmiy, ) J ? ... ,
R.T.Ibvjxk. [V-Q:
s. a. &0.r, ^time-table.
In Effect Mar. 15,1891.
No.4.
Mail.
(No. 2.! I :>0.3. ,No. 1
p.m.
2:00
2:05
?2:2!
?2:36
*2:42
Pass,
Stations. j Pass, i Mai!.
a.m.
7:40
*7:45
*8:01
?8:16
p.m. noon'.
Lv...BIg Stone Gap..Ar.I 5:40! I2:0;i
East Big Stone Gap. j *S :35j*l 1:55
.Wild Cat Summit, j *5:lDj*ll
....Ward's Mi)!.... j HM*U.Jli
-, *8:22f .Wisclev's. I ?4:58*11:18
2:49 S:29i . Duffield. 4:511 11:11
?2:56 *S:36i .Morton's Summit. *4:44 11:04
3:06 8:4C ..Natural Tunnel.: I 4:341 10:54
3:12 8:52 .... Clincbport.... 4:28 10:48
T3:15' t8:55} ...Tate's Switch... f4i25f10:45
9:00j ...Speer's Ferry... ' 4:20 f10:40
.Big Cut. : *4:10 *10:3!)
...MarbleQuarry... i *4:00 *ln:2l
9:29j .Estillville. *3:50>10:li
*?:35[ ...Moccasin Gap...' *^:4P|*1U:0?
....Nottingham.... #9;58
, ?:5" .Hilton's. j 3:29; 9:50
4:23LM$ -?ace's Springs/.
4:43n?:23) ......Mendota. ...
*4:12lt;?:SI --.Abram's Falls...
f4:5^TlO:3^ . .Phillip's Switch,. 1*8:48
5:061 10:4^ .Benham's. 2:34
*5:13j*lO:5J* Walker's Mountain. *2:27
.Stone Quarry.
.Bristol Shop?... i.
Ar.......Bristol.Lv.l 2:10
3:20
?3:30
*3:10
3:50
*3:56
?4:01
4:11
8:17
2:57
*2:51
5:30
p.m.
11:10
a.m.
- 9:37
9:17
*'J:ll
f9:0S
8:54
?8:47
p.m.
on signal.
8:30
a.m".
L.Jc IL R. R. TIME-TABLE.
South Wind, j 8*ATt?x8. h'ortb Bound.
, I.v. .S :<<." p. iii. ) ... LonisvHlc, .. Ari 7:15
7:32 ...Catrotate... j 8:58
7:331 i BI.-V.1.-? U-v.8:55
Lv.S:05v -.Sbawacee,-. . jAf>8;2.
8:25 j .... W hceh rs ... j 8:05
8:53 .Ewing.; 7:37
0:10 j ... RoseHiR... ! 7:20
9:30 j.Hagahs_: 7:00
0:."o I Hubbards Sp'g's 0:4?
10:12 !.Cranks - . , j 6:18
10:56 Pi nidngton Gap! 5:34
11:21 i .... Drvden f>:09
11:10 ! .... ?Jiagtir. .. 4:44
' 12:07 , .Big Stouc Gap. 4:23
Ar. 1:10 I .... Norton .... | I.v. 3:20 p. m
Central Tithe.
J. i'. Moore, Agent,
Big Stone Gap, Va.
C. PAT21011E, G. P. A., JACKS02? SMITH.
LonLsville, Trav. pass. Agent,
K< ctucfcy. Knox'ville, Tun.
WITT & HOLDEN,
PRACTICAL
Watch ? Makers-and ? Jewelers,
Dealers in Fine Watches, Clocks. Spectacle?, etc. All
work done in a workmanlike manner and warranted.
East Fifth St. BIG STOVE GAP
pOpv SALE.
Twenty-five Shares In the Bank
of Big Stone Cap, or Thirty Shares
in the Interment Hotel.
Apply tO R. H. JONES,
lm?2 Big Stone Gap, Va.
Our Best Flour.
j. M. ROBINSON & CO.
importers & jo?o?::g er
Dry ?ou?S, Notions, k
537,539,611 Main Street. Corner Sixth,
LOUISMILLE, KY.
35G
N?Ja? YORK OFFICE,
2CHURCH65,
ST,
.ALLAi
??^' Always Reliable.
'jig
SOLD BY LEADirJG GROCERS.
The Post's Job Office,
Arrangements have been
made to supply every form of
Blank Books for merchants,
bankers and every other
business at Louisville Prices.
THE POST
Vyill at any time duplicate the
prices of Richmond and
Louisville for ail Biank
Books, whether kept
in stock or made
to order.
8 Briefs,
Are turned out on short notice
and at city prices.
- '.-s-jr,-:
Tbl Post's Jota OffiGB
Is the BEST EQUIPPED De?
partment within a radius of
two hundred miles and it
turns out the neatest work.
Citij.Work. done in a
? Gountr? Town,
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
baptist CWBBCnV
Rev. A. J. JTcManawaT, Pastor. Services every
Sunday at 11 a. sri and 8 p. m. Young men's prayer
meeting at 4 r. ?:., every Sunday. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday at 8 r. si.
peksbyt&uas oiicnrn.
Rev. John E. Wool, Pastor. Sorvuvs second and
fourth Sundays, at 11 x. m. and 8 r. si.
Sunday School?Mr. W. 31. HcElwee, Snpcrinten
dent, eve'rj- Sunday at 10 a. at.
Prayer meeting,; to. dlscass the Sunday school les?
son, every Wednesday at 8 v. ?.
Rev
every month
KKTIIODISX
J. 0. Straley, Pastor.
CIICSCII.
Services First Sunday of
at 8 v. m.
East Bisr Stone Gap First Sunday at 11 a. m.
key Cove, Fourth Sunday, ?t 11 a.
rROTKSTAXT episcopal cm/Ken;
Rev. Robert S. Carter. Rector.
Sunday at 11 a.m. :: <i S p. m
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
School
f ayor April ?
{Mention this$ ? r.)
j'tsiiL2aaacg w ??g
It Is only ncctfssu: :
ililty from any bsnii-r, ; - '. '':;' ^^tt'S
or, racrcimnt or cstt?..*- ;? .' ?;
.ndthn Orpan will be : ' raaggSBS
?rotaptly on ten dnys't: ? t : ? ySSpIS
bve money
THE
A Complete Modern Outfit for
Doing First Class Work.
LAWYER'S BRIEFS,
LEGAL BLANKS,
LETTER HEADS,
BILL HEADS,
PAMPHLETS
BUSINESS CARDS,
BLANK BOOKS,
ENVELOPES,
MORTGAGES,
DEEDS. ETC.
Merchants' and Bankers' Led?
gers that will lie flat at any
page; an improved
patent.
All kinds of First class Job Work
G. E. BUTTON,
BIG STONE CAP, VA.
MANUKACTUKKU OK R0U6II AND D?KSSKO
tr ft:
Flooring-. Ceiling,Weatherboarding !
I
and Kiln-Dried Lumber,
A I.SO VIRGINIA WIRE PICKET FEXCE '
Lumber Manufactured to Or?i?r.
LAW SCHOOL.
A practical, thorough business course of Law
provide,! in the Richmond College Law School. <?;?.-;
ens September 24, for nine; months. Junior
Junior and Senior $70. Young men will find HI '.
mond a;: admirable place fwi Law Study. Th< Si
offices, Legislature, Nine Courts, wide acquaintance .
v.kit leading men. Apply in
I'kok. Hook? Gkkcouv. Lxstki: >' ,:?: : . < .. 1
or for Catalogue, to Chairman Facufcv l!ichn:?i:d
College, Klchmond, Va. 2-2t f
MIXED IZl&XJSFZZiiSo
Ice Soda.
IXcclent Cigars,
Everything New.
I>rngs and Medicines.
Jprecscriptions carefully compounded ,
A.riy tiring procured on snort notice.
In Dooks, Papers, Magazines and
Novels.
INrilet Articles.
Stationery and Blank Books.
S. L. WH1TEHEAD & CO.,
BIG STONE GAP, VA.
Two beds of Coking Coal, each one over six feel thick, makii
Coke as is produced in the United States, will be mined and ,?
three miles of the town. Two beds of Gas and Steam Coal, c
feet thick, and a bed of Cannel Coal underlies the same territ
Two reliable beds of Red Fossil Iron, one carrying 48 ; er i
a large deposit of Oriskany ore, carrying 52 per cent Iron,
part the town site, and thousands of acres on lines of S. A
and L. i X. R. K.
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The most valuable area of virgin forests, of Walnut, llick<
Yellow Poplar ( white wood). Birch, Hemlock and Chestnut i
United States, immediately tributary to the town.
B/?TEEc
Supplied by two rapid rivers (lowing around the town. \\
piping from an elevation 350 feet above the town site, now usi :
tion.
RAILROADS.
Concentration of railroads at this point inevitable. Soul
Ohio now completed from Bristol, Tenn. Louisville <& Nashvi
nearly completed. Several other roads now under construeti
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Cheap Fuel-Cheap Raw Material.--Cheap Transportati*|
An $800,000 iron Plant under construction.
Five hundred Coke Ovens to be built at once.
Electric Light, Street Railway, Good Hotels, etc., etc.
MORE ADVANTAGES COMBINED THAN CAN BE FOUND
OTHER LOCALITY. rt
Manufacturers wanted. Substantial inducements held out. JjJ
On and after September loth, lots will be sold at sehe lule ci
tions to builders.
Prices of lots in Plat No. 5, range from $50 to $1,000 pi i I :. ?:
Address BIG STONG GAP IMPROVEMENT ( (>.,
Intermont Hotel Building, Bit* >?> <, f'
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W. A. McDowell, President.
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1PPALACHIAN
Authorized Capital, $100,000.00
C. H. Berryman, Cash - ji
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Incorporated under the Laws of State of Virginia.
Docs a General Bankln
!.. TURNER MAi'iIV.
J. P. BULLITT, JR.
.i. M .(Ii lODLOE.
PICKCTODS:
.!. B. 1'. MILLS.
I!. C. McDOWELii, JR.
>'. SPALDINO.
Temporary Quarters, Opposite Post Office, BIG STON P, VA
DEALERS IN
COAL and BUILDERS SUPPLIES
Yard and Office?Slock 36, Wood avenue,
' 11
ALBERT CORDiNGLEY,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Tlioronghly Practical Stone Cutter, Mason and Brick Layer.
Jobbing work promptly attended to and Satisfaction -
Estimates Given.
OFFICE AND YARD-WOOD AVENUE.
i si< k (&'VGT>Ziu <: .\ i *. v.\.
Wo F^o BASCER,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Shop on Wood Avenue, Near Albeniarlu Street.
Ii hiirls of work, trom the suiaikwt job to the la g ?
given !?> Morn Kltil)^ < !;:(??? v ? \
A. M. BAKER, - - Paint
o mf\m
111
P?D I
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? BE?UT1FUI, TOWRJ SITE
-MIDWAY BETWEEN THE
COAL FIELD8^L>mON
Adjoining the City of Big Stone Cap on one side, and the South Appaiachian Land Company's .
and extensive Town Site Lands on the other.
er STv?acvj-x?.r.T ? t T.?rvr---?ccroi ijjiwt ?Dam ??? a?
FOR INFORMATION IN DETAIL, ADDRESS
THE EAST BIG STOKE GAP LAND & IMPR?VEMEN
BIG STONE GAP, VA.?
J. B. F. MILLS, President, or S. C. BERRYMAN, Secretary.
CO
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THE
intermont Hotel Building, BIG STONE GAP, VA.
?.-S A ^
t?te .A^entas*
For Saie:---A few choice Lots in Plats 1 and 2. Wanted:?Lots to
Sell on Commission.
MEMBERS OF THE REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
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