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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 13 February 1891

\y. C. ROBINSON & GO Tj?. |undine .I*w?'!??r*. BIG STONE GAP, VAj WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, SPECTACLES, ETC. W. C. ROBINSON & CO. 1 vol.. I Bltr STONE GAP. VA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13,1891. NO. 26. Mitt.r- Olsen*??! him! General pvf Make? IntcroRt I,,- jRcmark*. N APPEAL KOK ACTION, t the minutes of the ?von read and adopted. n (>j> Committee ap nvesticnte the matter of ex : . World's Fair reported thai . t.i the managers for inlor . , tin- eoi i csponding clubs in town? in this section in ic I-, .rain*' ?i''1 u> '!1 making l?i ?ideut gave the committees a ?lice they were showing : their ?;?rious duties. ,. / . accomplish a greal deal, limited m< ans, and sug .? ia, h member of the club urge .. _ . ,.. ccssit-} ..: attending and inmittecs the importance of be- j nt in their work, and try to get *".",.'. animated spirit. j . vcr<i i,ein? pr< sent at tin- meeting,! . , "cstcd that the privilege of i v:, mied t<? bim with the rc . ? t ;, aiake some remarks....

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 13 February 1891

The Big Stone Post. Entered at the post office at K<z Stoae Gap, Y*? kb second-class nutter, Nov. Htb, 1590. LEADING PAPER OF SOUTHWEST VA. FTSUKSKD WMKLT Vt TITS BIG STONE POST PUBLISHING CO. O. E. BEARS PftEStDCNT. Tanas o? Scaacairno*: On-Tear..' - - *-?? Six Months. - ??? rarst?nt strictlv la adraoee. AovrrnsntG ?irts: Display advertisements per inch, for each iusertion. 50 cent*. l>ef;al notices, obituaries,etc., 10 cents per line each Insertion. I)i*couot allowed for one column or mor*. Friday, February 13,1891. Tnr. letter of the Hon. Edward Atkin? son on the silver question, which appears in another column, should be read by every one interested in Southern develop? ment. There is no telling what disaster may be precipitated upon this section if Southern politicians continue advocating every foolish vagary that springs up. They seem recklessly to adopt any wild theory that they think popular and will help them to power. Xo delegation from any section ever evinced such ...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 13 February 1891

lwwtM IUW Alr??d| Occurred In Fl* p^iit ,isrr!M?n> Metal Family. \ y Continent.) ..,1,1- ffttftHtv Bccma to Attend A;T^thousebold;of President Har ,h Within twelve months, death haa ri< : . |;?ie or no warning to the 1 ( ,hrcc members of the Admin '" ,unci| First, Secretary Blaine d ' . hi, children. While the I<,J| ? . wreaths laid by loving hands . , Maine's grave were yet green, . ? . ., the bodv of Mrs. Ooppmger ^?ip?ed to earth. Death struck ' ? " rj jMC| member's family, this 9g'Tin a manner that appalled the Na <?nein 5"reUn Tracy lost wife aud the'fatal lire that destroyed . he himself escaped was ? :;r,'hort of miraculo?s, and bin re daughter, with her child, only . .;?;,;;,n -health after a hard strug - '. i jaSi Thursdav nicht, almost on his ; adversary of the Tracy tragedy, ' ?:i,n destroyer came again,Hits time , tr the chief member?a t abinct l?;Sr-.Secretary Windom. In a inl |)A?qucting hall, surrounded by . y ? d admirers, with the music ot . ringinS in h...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 13 February 1891

WARNING THE SOUTH. Edward Atkinson, the StRtlnUcian Con demn? the Actloas of Southern Sen? ator* and RepreaentaUve* on the Silver Qne?tlon. THEIR FOLLY MADE KNOWN. Editor Manufacturer'* Record: Ab your paper reaches many of my Southern friends who have from time to to time expressed confidence in my judg? ment, and who think they have some rea? son to impute to me some small part of the great progress in material welfare which has been made in recent years in the great Southland, I now desire to make use of your columns to u?er a word of warning. The South has already saved a consid? erable amount of capital, and may now be content to depend upon the develop? ment of its own resources with the use of its own capital only. If that is the case the present warning may be superfluous; but, if it is hoped and expected that En? glish and Northern capital may continue to be invested in Southern securities, and may thus tend to promote Southern en? terprises, then in the present aspect of f...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 20 February 1891

jw.C? ROBINSON & CO, TM lading Jcwelewj BIG STONE GAP, VA. WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, SPECTACLES, ETC. W. C. ROBINSON & CO. VOL. L BIG STONE GAP, VA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20,1891. NO. 27. mm) on silver. M, (irvrlMndN Letter Create* u (ireat J ii .? Uoi.'^ ?>f I he. farty Murk nf Mini. ITS POSSIBLE EFFECT. i t'' III.?Mr. Cleveland's . r.1 tlie free coinage of , uj to the meeting held in Now ,. i something iiki' a sensation >.ork\ ere-"* ? davs that Mr. ; i id ? ritt? ii such a letter, ami f ? Whitnct came i" ivashiug rpose ??j bringing ton tot '?c ? -v, t i _ . . . . ir from this point 0,1 Mr. . ..t him to ? ithhold the let ... ( ..., (?;, lai v believing thai it 11 Hre M r. Cleveland's . r . 11. jijo :ii ic nominal ion in j...... \, ifu nil the Democratic Scna i ,,_ !, lim; ' 1 democrats in the Hobs. . im ' i? stages tu Mr. Cleve? land urging him !" his letter and . ? .jtt.il <>n the subject. remain n ?? * "?? . . i, legram. was received . '? (,.s cn.tan \\ hitney...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 20 February 1891

The Big Stone Post. Catered tt the post offle? At Big Stone (lap, Va.? at a*co?d<ta?i matter, Not. 14th, 1890. LEADING PAPER OF SOUTHWEST VA. rcsMsnr.D wxrxlv st tux BIG STONE POST PUBLISHING CO. O. S. 3EARS PRESIDENT. Tkkhs or SfBSCxirTiox: One Year,. Six Months,. Payment strictly in advance. AnvKXTSSitfo Ratkk: Display advertisements per iDch, for each Insertion 60 cents. Legal notices, obituaries, etc., 10 cents per line each insertion. Discount allowed for ouc column or more. Friday, February 20,1891. Cleveland and Silver. Mr. Cleveland talks like a man of cour? age and convictions. Having the sense to see that free and unlimited coinage of sil? ver would force the retirement of the gold currency, amounting to from four to six hundred-millons of dollars and produco a panic that has had no parallel in our his? tory, he has the boldness to say so, though the majority of his party are against him. But the hottest and enlightened ele? ments will applaud his utterances on the subj...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 20 February 1891

,?!? ilKNlt^ CLAY. CoUc?tion of 4'urion. etc;, I? ^Sltton?; Lexington. ^ Feb. 13.?'For several l!A s "r'.N'.V:?.^> exhibition has been days a" ar{ 9 , for the benefit of lhcP on. nf the most remarkable - "1" given by a city of the size Among others in the Clay " ' ' t rboiiv, ivory and . ^ rosolulions;on the death p l?V. solid gold snuffbox, mxors, with diamonds; jeweled c " : ? ' cJ.onc frtmco pin, out from '/ heads: bronze idol, solid .!:. ;-. presented by France ".... tt.j,cn Secretary of State: ... ....!, Baira; autograph let - I" ? ? , IJoonc and Washington: tcrS j'..c 0]j Independence Bell . . -a soai presented to Henry *': ' j ? jiC w*as in London, and ' ' ' . . ; |s ib ath the attested ,' ... rTnd<nn, Clav's maternal m , ? oeorgi ' ' |fath(.r the .modal presented by grille friends to young Harry Clay ?$t before he *ent on the H?wgate cxpe ditionia 1*0: also a^ mincrature of him ?? fnfant. painted on ivory at Na [Im t f is a ?iiver mug bc > to J Di i Mprto'i in days ...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 20 February 1891

TIKE COMMERCIAL CL?R. proceeding*off the Laut Mooting-. Charter und Finances Discussed. A good crowd was out on Monday night ftt the Commercial Club meeting, but noth? ing of much importance was discussed ex? cept the charter question. The minutes of the last meeting were read by the sec? retary, and adopted. Mr. Simmons of the committee on clay and brick works reported fhal he had been in correspondanco with a gentleman at Waco, Kentucky, who was a practical brick maker, and who has been making several inquiries as to what advantages were of? fered here in that line. He said he had sent him samples of our clay, brick, etc., and had given him all the information possible concerning the place. Mr. Irvine, of the Charter Committee, said that he was true to his promise, and had prepared a charter for the club, which he read. Considerable time was spant in discussing some of its clauses, and com? ments made on a few points by Judge Duncan, Mr. Irvine, Mr. Mathcws and the chairman. The m...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 27 February 1891

W C. ROBINSON & CO. WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE. SPECTACLES. ETC. W. C. ROBINSON & CO. BIG STONE GAP, VA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27,1891. NO. 28. South vs. north. t oVern.non1 Krp*r1 a-* GREAT ADVA NT AGE. . Presidcnl *\t* I', k tbC rcp?rt of sctr*nft lhe commissioner of ,-: ?'^;;?t,; produclionof steel abor.<* ,} Tbis report is the result rs>, trcful investigation in ; j Europe,based upon an bc1 ook#0j leading mantv u? a! . , - - i-. 'Mil' inquiry " 1 , *c, establishing the ? ? ? 1 : . . ,v it. ascertaining r;'"' - , articles dutiable in V leading countries .. I ; ? , ,irc produced by units ? .rder to sbow the differ : : ? ' ; Xtion between this ? - : and the possible .- ? ?; Terences upon tariff ean?g ? ; rs lhrce teatures ite: 1 ? . ;r o u,e cost of production r: ? ; ...j.,he second rcla . ?va^cs, time, earnings, [hot ??ployed, and ? ... u,the ?ost of living ?1 ? ^Indexpcndituresoflhe ??J ",-sForthe purposes ot this BeB -cTi-'u-riritt hu* divided the United ? - ' " -{ctg...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 27 February 1891

Entereit i?t the post office at Rjr, Stone Gap, Va., M ?econd-cl?"? matter, Nov. Utb, 1890. LEADING PAPER OF SOUTHWEST VA. fcbusk1cd Vtf.HKht st tbe BIG STONE POST PUBLISHING CO. o. e. sears President. Tt.xhs or Sciscairnox: One Year..*L? Six Months,. ?5 Payment strictly in advance. Apvkktisixo Rates: Display advertisements per inch, for each insertion 50 c*nt?. Legal notices, obituaries, etc.. 10 cents per line each insertion. Discount allowed for oue column or more. Friday, February 27, 1891. A Prophesy, It is not often that we risk a phophesy; .but within five years tho L. & X. will be running to Norfolk, or perhaps Vorktown, over the Atlantic and Danville railroad. The harbor of Norfolk is already over? crowded with shipping and there is not enough water room there for the com? merce of a large city, even were the channel of the Elizabeth river wide enough and deep enough for the larger ships. It is more than likely therefore that the At? lantic & Danville railroad will ...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 27 February 1891

01S Sl?01f ? , riittinHtlnf( - SOUTHERN CITY. ? COMING SC^ nf <?aP ? 1 ,? .*? uul fortun and s?i i" mount aiii valley that nature foi i impregnated .of hrOM U and , coal for mined this S?de 01 illir stone that rill . for the developers ' attention to the an ,].;. section, [?diu" quantities oi : ,gwood. to give i to the large manu? 'ire sore to be at ... c?cii interestingly the railroad accessibility j, .., prominence as a j ? ,> j he count: v i development, when j v N'ashville, together j itic and the projected j [er.>tate tunnel come j Ul her in touch with world. .,, |,c seen every ..,,,,} growth in Big! iron furnaces with being in course uj?a two banks with i . thai show forth t, an attractive hotel, h stands as an invita ; ml :i paying dum "j to belt the town . terests authorizes ,?ost tliorougn ho decant ide from t ve t:ti< d up for the mi nt. their work iissing merits ol tmdeveloped section, s |.j 5,how to the world \\ ; iisiness-likc com whose shoulders ..... , i t...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 27 February 1891

KXGLKU VIEXV OF SILVER. Ftw Coinage Woeld Bring a Flood of It from Europe and Prove Disastrous to ThU Country. (London ?conemi?t.) Silver production has greatly increased of Into years, not alone in the United States but in many other parts of the world as well. Even in Australia, where fire years ago practically no silver was produced, there is now an annual out? put of many millions of ounces, and there can be little hesitation in predicting that a rise of 10 per cent in the market price would result in a'further considerable ex? pansion of the output. The result must be that, if the United States unaided should oiler 10 per cent, more than the rest of the world is prepared to offer for this commodity, she must be prepared to find the world, taking her at her word, supplying her ad libitum. There can be but one end to this. Silver would dis? place gold, and the gold being abound down to the proportion of 25.S grains to the dollar, would seek countries where such a* restriction is ...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 6 March 1891

ty. C. ROBINSON & CO. BIG STONE CAP. VA. WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, SPECTACLES, ETC. W. C. ROBJNSON & CO. BIG STONE GAP, VA., FRIDAY, MARCH 6,1891. NO. 29. p-HANCK EXCITED. . ,M derm." Bl-K-JM* In f*^..?.?? THERE BE WAR? F.,, E. .March is no c*?g f . ?eck* for *ra?co and . .. si?cc the onll.rc.nk of the circle ?I.?t .he K-nprCe. Frcd ^T?? prolonging her stay in PnrU-t. r^J. Theenrprise ??s a* . pncticallv unannounced and ;d ^;rriv3i.flll(] il.e curiosity which m^mni9 occasioned slowly gave rtT lo. feeling of ?Mict-r r.rf, in the week a prominent member Bf,bc Diplomatic Corp, privately inform Count von M?nster, the German Am ,ffll it ?n< cvidcnl that the I* re^wasmaking a mistake in staying Hong in Paris. To this the German U^?r replied "l am quite of your . ? i.?t 1 am nowerlcsfi to chanpo the opinion, m? 1 ? ?itaation of affairs." Then in rapid succession,occurred the tbrCc events which wised the ire ol the Parisians to a dangerous point, and which crowned the Empress ...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 6 March 1891

The Big Stone Post. KQUfftd at tbt Jttft oSRco ot Big Stoo* Cap, V*., ae MOOQd<l?u0 matter, Not. 14th, l?90^ LEADING PAPER OF SOUTHWEST VA. rVILISHEO VYEtKt.y it twk BIG STONE POST PUBLISHING CO. O. E. 8EAR8 PRESIDENT. Tkrms or ScBactumox: One Tear, ..... Sit Month*,. Payment strictly in advauce. Advkrtisjxo IUtks: Display advertisements per Inch, for each Insertion 40 cents. Ltfat notices, obituaries,etc., 10cents per line each tastruee. Discount allowed for one column or more. 75 Friday, March 6,1891. The Last Warning-. The Street Committee, to whom was re? ferred the dam question, made no report to the council Monday evening. It seems they had dono nothing in the matter, though the council instructed them to act upon it and public sentiment demands the immediate destruction of the dams. The recent rains have been sufficient to so swell the river that it would have washed every handfull of the filth away. It is almost certain there will be floods for a month or moro to come. Th...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 6 March 1891

PRIVATI ?\ i? (\lah???? Mid the total >wn in force The aver of popula OWa, $104. mort trailed Superintendent lrtci of thcConsu: ^ |llC ^?ilctin on ca?n intro??ct?o? |n^;.iduftls and v*tc United Sfater. Tn it ? ... nt " nolfltlOn Vort? f?Js: , .,??11 army of lThe oH.r??>m-nl* .'? ,l,stn.et of cv-: . 0 ,.rd in every . ' ("-fffor (he 1**1 .^?!:-.:,:'t;;:'?.1!'?? ?? 0 11 n<i? the way of .ntercM, , ^ : "nt in which usury is ^*rr?f to defectiven^ of ? 1 \ V lM part-* of the country. :SCr<C^ the census office have, as a ^ , 0Verhaulcd the records in iteroi fa*. Tcrriiory MU, we no? CrySTin^shiugto?.?sa result of -?;\r " abstracts of about nine eit l?h?r'!n ^ ^ bc scen trom -^port for the States of and Iowa ??< ftbama ft!Ul .famine with rca ?t ic to dcrcrm?v usl ? ,,v ,hc amount of cxi&tin0 ' '??II? loan, whether for pnr ,"? ; i,?,.roven.ent, or other p?r ?? ? "., ' ,'..,,! plan will show the ?' '"" "..?.,. I,.unties in the ' ,^ free from debt. and.he!.....? ' ! . .. one....

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 6 March 1891

THE DAM QUESTION Short Ififterrlew with Citizen? In Regard to their Removal Immediately. OPfNSON ALMOST UNANIMOUS. Considerable dissatisfaction has result? ed from the delay of the authorities in the dem matter. An overwhelming ma? jority of the community demand that these obstructions he blown out at once, that the summer fevers may be averted. Citizens of the Gap do not wish the au? thorities to wait until an emidemiccarries o(T a number of people and destroys the value of their property before proper pre? cautions are taken. The Improvement Company have given free consent for the destruction of the upper dam, but Mr. Longini insists upon keeping his dam, it matters not what the consequences arc. The mill cost him a thousand or twelve hundred dollars and he acts as if ho re? garded this snm as of far more value than the lives of men, women and children who are compelled to remain here during the summer. He wants about four prices for his property or he proposes to build the dam hi...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 13 March 1891

W.C. ROBINSON & CO rll, L<^\U^-U^i:\vvy. B,C STONE CAP, VA. j WATCHES. CLOCKS. SILVERWARE. SPECTACLES. ETC. W.C. ROBINSON & CO. BIG STONE Gr AP, VA,, FJRIDAY, MARCH 13,1891. NO. 30. \DJOURNS. ( A RESUME OF ITS WORK . March 11 -Speaker Reed ? ? s? ? v ' ... .<?;.:?? of the agri the rcliel ? ??? l!vcrtcntlv retained. * consent .prthc pas^ Beackcd?; rectifying the Utak? . ^0Uth Dakota, objected, v l>ickM; Konten,ot Kansas,vigor ?1 re*! ? \ on you; shame Von villian!" But ! ? V;' ...pnth withdrew n.is sc and said ,. i stormy session*, r j, , hundred yean*, ;h<* i [ftA -nr>t Congress I into the history will f..'.'"?" ii. wimt we ' .^mical. Whatever most turbulent, , , ; the human race. . jasttv viewed from a ,? ... 'nr.' needed for ? ] ;?..r\ i?. the only . ? [0 "m laue, lagc which ,'?'.. i] ? :n !.i<-\ incuts "f ? this time or to thi> i.jj tjiat i should here and th? i\\ iitg embers <>f aions li-hil' .[ finance time will j ? ?? , .'. and the things ? v...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 13 March 1891

ltm?v.?? - The Big Stone Post. _ Kftt?f?d at the poet o?ae at Bljr 3-oti? O*?, V*., U a?oo4-?U*a saatur, >'ov. Ufa, ??. HEADING PAPE? OE SOUTHWEST VA. *WBUfieS!> wbkkxt BT tK BIG STONE POST PUBLISHING CO. C. ?, 8EAB3 PUBtlOf NT. Tkkkj or Sctscatmoi: ?z Monta*,. 75 P*T??at ?trtctlr in adT*ucc ? 11 III I ?Hill I ? I ll- I II I adtkstmh-ra Ran*: ftiiplaf advertlsemente per inch, for each insertloa if> cents. L#g?l notices, obituaries, etc., 10 cents per line each Insertion. WscouaS allowed for one column or mere. Friday, March 13,1891. Secondary Schools in the South. It is interesting to note thnt one of the earliest records of education in this coun? try illustrates a principle that has been becoming clearer with erery advance of thought; namely, that true education is no cut and dried product, but a series of stages or gradations in mental develop? ment. "We refer to the fact that in the earliest New England coast towns, as Plymouth, Salem and Boston, at the very beginning, ...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 13 March 1891

GO s?>t.lo ?Uli pi M , ... ji ;-, country ?- *\ :> ? kJ ,and its breed of j ils ff^crv oe?c wao visits America { go celebrated iti j |j,c water, und is in any >' ?. ^arming; invariably to this portion of the I \isit 10 (1 the re I tic day to Louis- j ng of this conn r i ?iti for J lie lir.-<t i is!; nn purpose, and lit tfrom Sen York : he following nc of those comfortable ! ;. h inn sleeper whielt is i traveling in the and on the morn ; ; : _ reached Lexington, which , ? rail from Cincinnati, nil [<m is, a 11 tiiv readers are ... center of the so-called blue In appearance it may be ; to ? tic oi our large market ? pji . v s |by in } orkshirc. It inthiuated air, with a stamp of :!. bi i: rathei ih 1tho usual Co ol ::. u iifaclurtng prosperity, thi feature of New England j shops and stores peep: :;.-!.^ Hi-,'I: street, denoting | r ? : the customers who fre- i ace. he immense hotel,! I .i! and central iron frequented by a crowd ot persons ! stakablc sporting appearance;...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone post. — 13 March 1891

OUR WEALTH. Sosne of the Natural Advantages Poi 8?sc? by Big Stone Gap which will Help to Make her the Manufacturing Centre of the ' South. FACTS FOR INVESTORS. COAL*., Following are five analyses of the coking coal of Big Stone Gap: Fixed carbon.67.40 64.64 60.54 59.34 82.20, Volatile combustible 29.36 32.10 33.50 31.26 32.2b A?h. 1.64 1.66 2.40 3.40 3.00 Sulphur. 0.610 0.711 0.412 0.390 0.547 And this that of averaged samples of the same rein by Mr. Andrew S. McCreath chem? ist of the Pennsylvania Geogical Survey: Fixed carbon. 60.591 Volatile combustible. 35.920 Ash. 1.515 Sulphur. 0.594 The coke made from this coal is a great sue cesa as is shown by Mr. McCreath's letter: H?. ?. B. LiCISCXHlXU, Prcst. The Virginia Coal <fc Co., Big Stnuo Gap. Tb* sample o? coke received from Mr. J. K. Taflgar; yesterday, yields ou analysis the following results: Water.068 Volatile matter.504 Fixed carbon.04.04 Sulphur.888 Aah. 4.74 100.000 Color of Ash, browu. Tbl? raprewuts a coke of groat p...

Publication Title: Big Stone Post, The
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