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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 9 January 1891

W. C. ROBINSON & CO. Xh? Loading .lewclcw. BIG STONE GAP, VA. WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, SPECTACLES, ETC. W. C. ROBINSON & CO. VOL. I. BIG STONE GAP, VA., FB1DAY, JANUARY 9,1891. NO. 21. WAR WITH ENGLAND. thorr I* ? Cload lu tJn? Kantern Itorlxon ?>??? had i?* ?irth In the ItrhrliiK SOME THREATENING: TALK. Wasbinctos, D. C., January 8.?The Dre*idcnt to-day transmitted to the House of Representatives f?rt her correspondence the subjeel "i the Behring .-.-a contro between the United States and Great Britain. The president's message is altogether formal and merely states thg| in res].sc to a resolution of the House of Representatives he transmits the correspondence called for. A Setter from Secretary Maine also accompanies the correspondence, hut it is purely one of transmittal. The correspondence transmitted by the president is made up of two very long letters i a ?umher <>t' enclosures, com? prising treaties, notes, and extra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 9 January 1891

The Big Stone Post. Raternl Ml tti? prut office at Mg Blow (tap, Va., at ?w<>nd-r!ot? matter, J>'ot. l*th, 18$*. LEADING PAPKR OF SOTTTHWKST TA. rttuorcr, wkklt n rat BIG STONE POST PUBLISHING CO. O. E. 8E.ARS PRCSIOCNT. Taiat or Scaacairnos: Out Ytar,. $100 Mi Moutb?,. $1.15 Parum ttrictlv !n advanc*. An%"axTtM*a Rival: Dltplaj advrrUaanianu prr !ncb, fur ?ath lnt*rtloo, BO ccota. I*fr?l notice*, obitoarieiU etc., 10 cente per tin* *arb laamtoa. Ditroant allowed for on* colamn or more. Friday, January 9, 1891. ScMCRIBKftB who arc indebted to the Post will please forward the amount due It wills pare us the necessity of dunning them by hills. Many have been indulged too long already in the hope that they would do their duty without being dun? ned. Some Statistical Pointers. Whatever may be said in regard to the unfairness or traud of the census bureau in estimating our population, it has fur? nished the country with certain facts of the highest value,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 9 January 1891

?vwi r.ir. STOXK G.vr i-onGE, r. t> MK*i v x v Tuwday, . u.ii i'llMaMn M?Wn* i" (fOOd ftandliij? "'T?Sfllnv invited ? ?Itcndi ??conti??) w ,; 3UTHBRS, W. M. I'rofcssloiinl Cftnla; KUNKEL & board, Physicians and Surgeons, _ . , , eo-i>artn<!r.?hip, "fr.T tluir protcn ??!;Ve?:;. ? people ?I Big St..?.. Gap and Ii. C. M !>?>?KtX, Mi. ' 'bULLITT & MCDOWELL, Attorneys at Law. . .I .,? n.iit.'lne. BIG STOXK GAP, VA. Hjtarmont Ho1*! iwitmnRi _ H. A. W. SKEEN, Attorney at Law. BaitW BIG STONE CAP- VA EDWIN BARBOUR, Attorney at Law, kytn : Ming, BIG STONE GAP.VA. Uban BURNS & FULTON, r>r?T??ltnsscll. Wise ?>?! ! Dickinwn.Counties, , , . .. , ? at WythevM) ADDISON & HARDIN, Attorneys at Law, ,>r?? ' ??' !"-'Sl '?' '? *'' B1C STONE CAP. VA. SHELBY & IRVINE. Attontt'.vN *it Itli. STONE u.u\ VA. Of,. Ii Rai It of 1 le SI ?? Gap. L. TURNER MAURY, Atto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 9 January 1891

A X*w County Wanted. The question of the formation of a new county with Big Stone Gap as its county Beat, has been occupying the minds of our thoughtful citizens for some time, and at the meeting of the Commercial Club Monday evening a committee was appointed to examine into and agitate the subject. The facts of tlie matter arc these. In Big Stone Gap and the section nat? urally tributary to it, say for a radius of ten or fifteen miles, there have been more real estate transfers than ' there have been in the remainder ol Wise, or Lee or Scott county, ami very likely more than in all combined. And wc cannot have here even a Hustings court, or a branch record office until we have attained a population of 5,000 peo? ple. A very large proportion of the legal business originates here and our lawyers and business men have more fre? quent occasion to go to the court house and County Clerk's office than have those of any other section of the three counties. As wc grow, this business will mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 16 January 1891

W. C. ROBINSON & CO. BIG STONE CAP.VA. WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, SPECTACLES, ETC. W.O. ROBINSON & CO. Bid STONE GAP, VA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 16,1891. NO. 22. c blundered. They voted the Silver l{ill ?nd vainly force IMH? WILL LIKELY VETO IT. WA?nlN?to.v.Ja?. I5-The Silver Bill Mfti the Senate at I o'clock this morn iB?bT?-Toteof59to2? ?nd :l -hi on ihc -"it of the ininoritj led by sKhcrro.n " Events ?II show that the aTci rat*, ft.i take u] L?tcu thai i> ?ould res?? m Aching |hef( rcc hill, as much ol Ihc time remam before ihc el.f the session would L laken up in discussing Ihc financial [measure. Bui the silver Republicans, ,ided bj the Democrats who have acted m ;.!r them, have hurried the Silver Mill to a vote and now they propose to re Lrn lo their Republican allies and pass the force'bill; K ;s stated thai Speaker Reed, while [opposed to the free coinage of silver, will not attempt to defcal the will of a ma [jori,y of Ihc House by smothering ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 16 January 1891

The Big Stone Post. XaUred at Um pott offlcs at BteStoi? 0?JS v?.. M ?seo&dx.-isss mat tar, Kot. Mtfa, 1880. MAPUTO PAPER OP 80DTKWK8T YA. rcsumo smut it m BIG STONE POST PUBLISHING CO. C. E. 8EARS PRESIDENT. Tea ics or Sroscsirnos: Oastsar,. . . 81.00 SU Months,. 11.? Part&?Dt strictly in advance. Ammmstso Ram: Display advcrtls*jatnU per loch, for ?sab InssrtloD, Hcnti. Legal notices, obituarist, etc., 10 csats per lias sscb tatenlos. Discount allowed fur oas column or asrs. Friday, January 16,-1891. Northern furnaces may fight for cheaper coke and a reduction in railroad rates, but tbey should realize, and they had better do 60 at once, that the only permanent solution of their trouble lies in a move? ment South. They can't stand the con? tinued competition of Southern industries, and the longer they try to do so the greater will be their loss. The owners of the closed furnaces, referred to in another .column, should take advantage of their present leisure,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 16 January 1891

M./vvTfv-RlG stos1 GAP LODGE, l*. 0., *i- n?;; A" BMW ?wen* I" (C**d ?Unding ililWw'? ,O?'w'.ir. SLTHBKS, W. M, tr. ?atkkws, Scc'y. Professional Carrfs. KUNKEL & BOARD, Physicians and Surgeons, termed ? ro.p?rtnrr>hlp. offer their profes ?f It.g Stone Gap slid ?... itrrfe*? ?et?!?? |TT J(| II. C. W POWELL, jr. "bullitt & McDowell, Attorneys at Law, ??rlMn. Hotel BtttMIajr, BIG s-.?.nk gap. va II. A. W.SKEEN. Attorney at Law, ??mlaMI-ft BIC STONE CAP. VA. IDW1N BARBOUR, Attorney at Law, Ar.? BttSldlnR, BIG STONE GAP.VA. c. H. ri i.toj?, tobanoa, v* BURNS & FULTON. Attorneys' sit - J-,o w, gents?Rasselt, Wise und Dickinson Counties, ?cCaartal appeals st Wylhcville. ADDISON & HARDIN, Attorneys at Law, ??ft t??r P*nx .' I s' 1 ? BIG STONE CAP. VA ?luiim U. T. IUVI.SK, SHELBY & IRVINE, Attorneys fit t,o.w, BIG STONE CAP, VA. aft, !? Ban* ol Stone Gap. L. TURNER IVIAURY, Attorney at Law, BIC STONE CAP. VA. (JC??, a;;?'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 16 January 1891

IF DEMOCRACY 18 TO WXX> Fact* that Show It Cannot bo by Slag trninpery?the Record of 1888. (rrom the Tarrytown Record of the Tiroes.) The fact that Gor. Hill carried this State in 1888 and Clevelaud did not, has been a sore spot in the anatomy of the few Mug? wumps. Once in a while one of them rises up and charges treachery upon the gov? ernor and his friends. It never occurs to them that the personal unpopularity of Cleveland had anything to do with it. They never reflect that the quality of democracy which suited George Jones, Larry Godkin, and their sort, may have been repugnant to many democrats. Gro? ver Cleveland ran behind Gov. Hill in this State in 1882 and again in 1888. Grover Cleveland ran behind his party ticket in 1888 in almost every State in the Union. Grover Cleveland ran behind every democratic candidate in New York city in 1888. Was there such a widespread 1 desire among democrats for his defeat that the hands of all other democrats were raised against h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 23 January 1891

W. C. ROBINSON & CO. 810 STONE CAP. VA. WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ' SPECTACLES, ETC. W. C. ROBINSON & CO. VOL. I BIO STONE KAP. VA.. FRIDAY. JANi'AKY 23. ??U. NO. 23. NEW YORK MEETING ?n<l Director* of the rh;;;^ W improve-". Com llHT,w<ir.no r,~ situ?' , ...? i he directors and ' ' Irl- of tlu Big Stone Gap h?; Company mcl here at the Bv :. .. ;M?,.Tdaj Ninc-tenthg , 'wc;.c :. >resentcd al the "' \,> Inman, Scott, Clyde. '"\'\ v bin - McDowell, . . . i>v] ,1. Huidckopcr.Thrns ,V" i \u. present. All reined . i, thi start. There from pmall holders; i. Union people, but o , .,i ~t rength to em iation Ij j i., !<.;. ili< meeting: irfIani/.ation <?' " Bank t,.t Company :it Big ,n j |u' bonds of the ,1 ^ibhtantiall) as" lol thai i? naturally sng ?. .? money t<> come ipitul necessary to Win? good will it ;?>! ! In' Stock of t he ,uu ?* moncv i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 23 January 1891

The Big Stoke Post. Stttercd tt the paat ofBc? st UlfStoat Gap, V*., ?? ?fOOBtS^elMO matter, No*. Htb, 1CTO._ LKABIXG PAPER OF SOUTHWEST TA. rcn.'snxD wibkly ?? th* BIG STONE POST PUBLISHING CO. O. C. 8EAR3 prmi0ent._ Tints o? Jrucwrno.T: Om Yaar,.g-J? Ms Months,. *-? Ffirraem strictly In advance. ADTSftTIKKO P.ATSa: ' Display adrertiwownts per Inch, for,s*ih tDitrtlon. SO cects. Lecal notice*, obituaries, etc., 10 cents per line ?ach kmrtloa. Discount allowed for on* colua-.n or more. . Friday, January 23, 1891. Tho Force Bill Again. Every man who vote? for the Force Bill should be pilloried in public scorn. It not only subvert? the principle of local government?the principle for which our revolutionary father? fought?but it pre cipitate? race dissensions and bloodshed. Here at "one fell swoop" a scuttle ship crew of red-mouthed radicals propose to overthrow what Washington and his hun? gry soldiers fought for and won. The sacrifices nnd Suffering and perils of seven year?, go for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 23 January 1891

Physicians and Surgeons, ,? >. . !': r-f.h? ir funk-* lavii ? ? ' .'?",*.._ ic *t 1 -ivr %ne tiftp ami l\VI ; i. .? . j. t. m i ? ? BULL! 7 7" & MeDOWELL, AttO) ne> s at Law. tnicrw ?.: ? ' ' i'"NK(l.U', V.l. h. A. w ? skeen, Attorney at Law. dig s ro\'i: cap, va. edwin BARBOUh Ai m-nev at Law, At t?? iq s I ONE gap. va, & FULTON. A! ON A HARD1N, . neys a1 Law. NJ GAP. VA At ? if: vi ne. 5 .r?w t Law, 'ONE GAP. va. H 1 OL. . ORD DRS. ? ONT HOTEL. jgineer, ;:. TEN N. l i ? i MRS Clea l V: LOC r. Propritress. urni! heel Rooms. :d and Table :? ? ;^IV L?OSt affords, ,H AND DRY. A'ater Used. . : . anil UoarUeif III: 1 Li il Id W" BIG SI ONE GAP, VA. Only F Cm tel In Birg Stone ;:? Us, Electric im Heat. The HAJVtlLTON. I'.iti 1 . V \ .. A N I) TKNN. W. P. HAPvllLTON & SON, Props ItATKS. ?# M?fl i ku [jay. . Hr. 1 big STONE gap va. Flooring, Ceilinar.Weatherboarding and Kiln-Dried Lumber, WITT & HOLDEN, PRACTICAL Watch. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 23 January 1891

CROWNING OUTRAGE. The Force Dil! Stripped of IU Dl??ui*e? ud Et? Provision* Laid Bare by Senator Ulbson of Louisiana. WITHOUT PRECEDENT. (OinKrvss.i.>i!at Record.) Mr. Gibson said: Mr. President: The bill before the Sen? ate is unreasonable: it belongs to another epoch; it is out of date. Its harsh and coercive features arc not congenial to the temper of the times, for it comes like an arctic iceberg into the warm gulf stream of patriotic sympathy which is flowing North and South. I can not conceive of a measure every lineament of which could be made to il? lustrate more strikingly how the actual workings of onr institutions maybe di? verted from the literary theory upou which they were constructed, when dominated by "partisan interest and passion. This is, in fact, although not revealed upon its face, the most intensely partisan bill that was ever presented to the Sen? ate. It authorizes and directs the circuit judges of the United States to appoint supervisors for life ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 30 January 1891

W. C. ROBINSON & CO. BIG STONE GAP. VA. WATCH BS, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE* SPECTACLES, ETC. W. C. ROBINSON & CO. VOL. I BIG STONE GAP, VA.. FEI DAY, JANUARY 30,1891. NO. 24. DEAD AT LAST. . Force Bill Put to "t,w2? the Senate. . (?11 Whirl. Senator. AM a" '",""?'',* "m. ?- Made on Senior '"" "s,.?f..r? I? Sow V.rk. HOW IT WAS ALL DONE. .?? .?V ?Senator Aldrich'fl Washington.?'an.-?. , . .. C?C r?lc and Senator Hoars Force Bill 'Crc again laid aside i? the Senate lues dnTl.vo?cofthc mosl brilliant and most ;cc;8fu, of ,he sever.1 pieces o strat that have marked the attempt of the laical Senators to gain Republican con trol 0f elections The latest ?,>,)> d dot arranged and managed by tin- young Senator from Colorado, Mr. Wolcott, who i,,< during tin- present session shown .';....??: ,o he a man of brains, force and " Thcrc was Hi,- greatest excite H,c Senate chamber while the taken on the Colorado mrnt in rote was Senator'- motion I?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 30 January 1891

The Big Stone Post. Entered at the post oOSce at Big Stone GAp. Va.. ?a wcond<la? matter, No*. 14th, 1890. LEADING PAPER OF SOUTHWEST VA. rcsufwKo wT.Ksi.T *y Tine BIG STONE POST PUBLISHING CO. O. E. SEARS President. TxftHii or ScMcnirnox: On* Year.. Six Monti)*,. Partnern atrictlv in advance. Advjcrtihjxo Rates: DUplar advcrtltero*nt? per inch, for each insertion, 10 cent*. Legal uoticcs, obituaries, etc., 10 cents per line each insertion-. Discount allowed for one column or niorr. $2.00 11.35 Friday, J?tt?ary 30, 1891. PRINTER WANTED?A pood, reliable prin- \ tcr wanted to work on this paper. Steady and permanent place to the right party at thirty tirc cents per thousand. Address, Post VrBLisniNO Company. The Louisville k Nashville railroad will soon be completed to Big Stone Cap. This road will give Louisville and Cincin? nati access to a valuable trade, and the merchants of those cities should take ac? tive and immediate steps to secure it. Thcv cannot possibly adopt a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 30 January 1891

,\ SHOCKING AM A IK. SontiirmSociety ?" N, vv v,M'k Conaiacwu h\y Ajtll-Ated Over the KxpoRuro ol Sonlu Carolina. y/KV Vokk, Jan. 21?.?The Southern Iclcmcnl ol New Vork society has I?ccn considerably agitated ?ml shocked over il,o Khctt exposure, w. R. Kfirtf came here ahoai three years ago from Charles ton, S. C, and hecamc the agent of the Ocean Sf<amship ('.>m;>any, of Savannah. He is a son el RnVerl Rhetf, of Charles-.: Ion. and .) nephew of Thomas Rh eft, who' n Confederate General. He ist av r. in . man f>.' pleasing and gentlemanly manners. And has the reputation among. | his rtssociaics ot being moral and hohorn hie; 1' ":,v ;l crcal shock, tlicrclojv, j when his fiimids ami niuthos learned of! ? - a'rrcsl f<? enticing iiffI^ girls into. to the ston of Detective i the arrest, he was in the ; a fen-yi-ar-old girl into n Mandl street ferry w hen he I '?ail said that about two weeks ago a came t.? the river po-j lie- sUtion...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 30 January 1891

THE OLD FOLK'S CONCERT. A Dramatic Performance. Given for Char liable Purpose* Proves & Great Succes*. The entertainment given by the Ladies' Aid Society on Saturday night was an affair of the greatest credit to the mana? gers. They bad sought far and near for relics of the past with which to furnish the stage, giving i* the appearance of a country home of a hundred years ago. Hiss Hughes, Mr. Simmons, Miss Annie Hughes and little Cummins Bullitt, rep? resenting a country family visited by two ladies from Boston, these characters being taken by Misses Jerusha and Mollic Goodloe. After the arrival of a few more guests, in the old fashion way, being ush? ered in by Dick, the "singing" began. "Auld Lang Sayne," the first piece, gave the audience a foretaste of the pleasure that was in store for them. It was really one of the features of the evening, and was sung in the most creditable manner, being led by Polly Pilkcns, which character was taken by Mrs. Bullitt. The host, i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 6 February 1891

"^ROBINSON & CO. BIG STONE GAP, VA. WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, SPECTACLES, ETC. W. C. ROBINSON & CO. VOL. L BIG STONE GAP, VA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6,1891. NO. 25. T1|KY GIVE IT UP. ci?itllT Vtoandoii hII I?1<^i Tl?* K*PU . ,h-ci?i<?M Rule and the Force ,u" W I S E CONCLU ION. ptl> 5.?Senator Aldrich ^^T^rWasbington from Rhode r?turnC orning During the morn U ,:" 1 T. consulted *i?h a number of ' I publican colleague, upon the condi .??es* of-11.0 Senate and ?,&n 01 successful outcome of to secure the passage ^.?Bii' ' ??nMiis ? h?peIc??*t.i."gSI?. -: :;,:t.? facj that ?1.C UepuM,,n .crs.. are *till presumably of the same 1 ? w when thee voted to lay n ind as they w,'r , * 1 ;" ? Kurc rule aside. Consequently .t stjtte(j with positivcucss that the .... 0f the Elections Hill have Sfdecidcd tu abandon the measure in nortant public husinegs As a result I both the interest ol "?i remaining to he acted upon. I lhi9 decis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 6 February 1891

The Big Stone Post. Entered At the r^*t offloo (it Ms; Stoac Gap, v?>? ?? Moend*cI?*!? matter, No?. Uth, LEADING PAPER OF SOUTHWEST VA. rc*u?*r.t>iricRKt r *r thr BIG STONE POST PUBLISHING CO. O. ?, 8EA88 PRE-siocNT. TtKH% or Scwtctmos: Om Taar,. S!s Months. Parment slrictlv In aa>anc*. ADVRansjjio R\t?a: Mtplay RdrcrtUcnner.t4 per Inch, for etch Iniartlon, 50 e*nt?. l+ga\ notlcci, obit'jnr|o?,ctc.. 10 cnnl* per Iin<? N?ch tattrtloa. fH?cot;nt allows f?r onr rolemn ar mor?>. $1.2: Friday, February 6, 1891. About tho Post. The Tost has now been in existence six months and ai the end of each month its business has shown a handsome cash profit. The paper hap reached a circula? tion considerably beyond the anticipation of its projectors. It is not only rend by a large class in this immediate section, but it has even a larger circle of readers among the bankers, capitalists, manufac? turers and investors of the North. There is hardly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 6 February 1891

... inU>rcSiod.a}rCcii^itt thc Every' , ? . And the two host ... Pi ^r?Ci?u>si SUCCCSSful trusts iii io*n "xc )0n articles which come isce?"'^^aL-,?gar and Kerosene. ^r ,hi" Wee Hn-nT -vherc we are to ? ? ! ' of increased production Ith? ?cn \ 1U, 5,11 absorbed by rich , ,, km met nous ,1 cruel monopolies. lMci> i:. tSSft. is' 1S91. ffl 12', ?<>??" ... i*: ' " ' oil 0 0?;'v .- ? o lrt 0 on* ~ ii ???;. n in ~ ? s ? *'"' *"n,W' V ?35 v 15 : "... i.nr.te>ui*1 ? ' ?>25 ist? i 4 :.u 2 50 , " n ra o | - ' -. i 0 25 0 25 I (i If, 0 10 i .. - - ?. ?' . ttM;, ; ? o io i ? . ? ? ?>????-? *> ? ?'" o in * ii or.1 x ,. ?-. ???? it ?T " <?."? " j , , s M? ..... r. tii reduction. '? :;u i .?: cent i? duction, i jn-r ' nt redaction. ! roirprisc. The products of Her? '* * i. lrusts," sugar and oil, ' ,u "reat U reduction as any. * '^rpossitde. after all. that the .Mic ? ; ( lJjal ,? receive ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Big Stone Post — 6 February 1891

HO AK AS A IHJGABOO. III? Appearance so Awful that the tariert Man in the Senate B?n Away From Him. (Special t? Chicago Herald.) A ludicrous incident of this afternoon's debate in the Senate was the flight of Sen? ator Eusti* before Granny Hoar's hurst of indignation. Mr. Eustis, who is one of the most graceful and effective speakers in Congress?a natural orator?assailed the hypocrisy and intolerance of the State of Massachusetts till Mr. Hoar could stand it no longer. His face turned from red to white and from white hack to red again, his chubby fists clasped and un? clasped nervously, and he gasped for breath after the manner of a fish out of water. As soon as he could obtain the floor he rushed impetuously to the defence of Massachusetts. Not content with shaking his fist at Mr. Eustis from his seat, Hoar walked slowly toward the chair in which the Louisianian was sitting.ges? ticulating with a vigor which he was not suspected of possessing. Nearer and nearer to Mr. Eustis he app...

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