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WEST VIRGINIA, U. S. A. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



FOR THE YEAR ENDING 



JUNE 30th, 1910 



JOMN LAING 

Chief of the Department of Mines 
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ERRATA. 



First Section, Page 3, "personel" should be written "personnel." 
Second Section, Page 58, under title, "knds" should read ''kinds," also second line, 
third word, should read "by" instead of "far. " 

Third Section, Page 329, under "C" fourth line should read "Coal Production, Geo- 
logical Series and Coal Beds. 1910. ' ' 



FERSONEIi OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MINES. 



John Laing, Chief of Debarment of Mines. 

*A. J. King, Office and Field Assistant to the Chief. 

Charles Connor, Office and Field Assistant to the Chief. 

*R. S. LaRue, Inspector for First District. 

Karl F. Schoew, Inspector of First District. 

Frank E. Parsons, Inspector for Second District. 

*J. F. Bratt, Inspector for Third District. 

L. D. Vaughan, Inspector for Third District. 

*J. A. Springer, Inspector for Fourth District. 

W. B. Plaster, Inspector for Fourth District. 

Earl A. Henry, Inspector for Fifth District. 

Bonner H. Hill, Inspector for Sixth District. 

*Wm. Warner, Inspector for Seventh District. 

James Martin, Inspector for Seventh District. 

R. Y. Muir, Inspector for Eighth District. 

Lance B. Holliday, Inspector for Ninth District. 

Arthur Mitchell, Inspector for Tenth District. 

William Nicholson, Inspector for Eleventh District. 

Patrick A. Grady, Inspector for Twelfth District. 

*A. J. King was appointed Office and Field Assistant to the Chief 
of the Department of Mines, July 14th, 1909, and resigned November 
20th, of the same year. - He was succeeded by Charles Connor, Decem- 
ber the first, 1909. 

* William Warner severed his connection as inspector of the Seventh 
District, September 30th, 1909 and was succeeded by James Martin, 
October 11th, 1909. 

*R. S. LaRue severed his connection with the Department of Mines 
July 31, 1909. 

*Jno. F. Bratt severed his connection with the Department of Mines 
July 31, 1909. 

*.Ino. A. Springer severed his connection with the Department of 
Mines July 31, 1909. p 



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APPOINTMENTS OF DISTRICT MINE INSPECTORS FOR TERM 
BEGINNING JULY 1ST, 1909. 



Karl F. Scboew, Appointed District Inspector for the 1st District 
June 18, 1909. 

Frank E. Parson s Re-appointed District Inspector for the 2nd Dis- 
trict, July 1, 1909. 

L. D. Vaughan, Appointed District Inspector for the 3rd District, 
July 29, 1909. 

"W. B. Plaster, Appointed District Inspector for the 4th District, 
July 28, 1909. 

E. A. Henry, Re-appointed District Inspector for the 5th District, 
July 1, 1909. 

Bonner H. Hill, Re-appointed District Inspector for the 6th Dis- 
trict, July 1. 1909. 

R. Y. Muir, Appointed District Inspector for the 8th District 
August 3, 1909. 

• Ilnlliday, Re-appointed District Inspector for the 9th District 
August 7, 1909. 

Arthur Mitchell, Appointed District Inspector for the 10th District, 
July 31, 1909. 

William Nicholson, Re-appointed District Inspector for the 11th 
District, July 1, 1909. 

P. A. Grady, Re-appointed District Inspector for the 12th District 
G, 1909. 



LETTER OF TRANSMITAL. 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES, 

STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA. 

To His Excellency, W. E. Glasscock, 
Governor of West Virginia. 

Sir: — In compliance with the Mining Law of the State of West Vir- 
ginia, as amended by the Legislature in Regular session, February, 
1907. I have the honor to submit herewith my second annual report 
for the Department of Mines for the year ending June 30th 1910, be- 
ing the sixth annual report of the Department of Mines, and embrac- 
ing the twenty-eight annual report upon the condition of the coal 
mines within the State, as reported by the several District Inspectors. 

Very respectfully, 

JOHN LAING, 
Chief of Department of Mines. 
Charleston, W. Va., October 15th, 1910. 



ANNUAL REPORT. 



ANNUAL REPORT. 



To the Governor: 

The report herewith submitted is for the year ending June 30th, 
1910. 

During the year there has been a very marked improvement in 
business conditions throughout the State; especially in regard to the 
mining and production of coal, which has resulted in a marked in- 
crease in tonage in both coal and coke over the production of 1909 
as follows, in gross tons: 

1909 1910 Increase Increase 

in tons per cent 

COAL 41,693,766 52,923,708 11,229,942 21.41 

COKE 3,115 797 4,217,381 1,101,582 26.12 

In view of the distance from the principal markets in which West 
Virginia coals are sold and the consequent difficulty of transportation, 
the increased production demonstrates the superior quality of the coal 
in this State as compared with its more favored competitors in other 
states, as well as the energy, capability and efficiency that characterize 
the men who are engaged in the coal business. The rapid stride s that 
that are being made in securing markets, not only to maintain its 
productive capacity to its normal status, but to increase its volume of 
business over 21 per cent is evidence that West Virginia coal opera- 
tors are men who understand their business thoroughly, and that the 
coal development will not suffer by reason of lack of enterprise by 
those engaged in its production. 

INSPECTIONS. 

The State is divided into twelve inspection Districts. One Inspector 
is assigned to each District and is held responsible for taking care 
of the mine s in his District, in so far as his Official duties, as denned 
by law, are concerned. It is very gratifying to report that each of the 
inspectors have performed their duties in a most faithful manner dur- 
ing the year, and it is in a great measure due to the faithful and effi- 
cient work performed by them that the gratifying results have been 
obtained, as set forth in other parts of this report. 

During the year the District Mine Inspecters have made 2,008 in- 
spections, and made Official reports of same and sent records to this 
office which are now on file. In addition to these inspections, 534 
special visits were made to mines to investigate into special conditions 
existing at various mines with a view to taking special action on them, 
and also for the purpose of consulting with the Mining Officials in re- 
gard to improvements and developments being made, both inside and 
out-side their mines, so that conformity to the law could be obtained. 



30 Annual Report of [W. Va. 



The spirit of harmony and co-operation that has been manifested 
by these conferences is commendable and augurs well for the best in- 
terest of the mines and the persons employed therein, with regard to 
their health and safety in securing all the safe-guards for both life 
and property, so far as is required by law. 

In addition to these visits each inspector has been engaged, more 
or less, during the year on work connected with examinations that 
have 'been held throughout the state. 

MINE FOREMEN AND FIRE BOSS EXAMINATIONS. 

A series of examinations for the purpose of testing the qualifications, 
experience and fitness of persons to be put in charge of mines as Mine 
Foremen of Fire Boss, have been held at various places throughout 
the State, by a Board of Examiners whose duty is to hold these ex- 
aminations under the direction of the Chief of the Department of 
Mines. 

The Mining Law of thi s State requires, that competent men shall 
be appointed as Mine Foreman and Fire Boss'. A standard of com- 
petency must be established by which the persons who occupy these 
positions are to be judged as to their qualifications, experience, ability 
and fitness to fill said positions to meet with the requirements of law. 
The Department of Mines being charged with the enforcement of the 
Mining Law decided that it (The Department of Mines) should be the 
authority to determine this standard of competency, and appointed a 
Board of Examiners whose duty is to formulate questions and hold ex- 
aminations, at which applicants can demonstrate their ability and fit- 
nes s to hold said positions. 

Certificates are granted to all who are deemed qualified by this 
Board. The results of these examinations show that 1629 persons 
were examined during the year and that 852 were successful as fol- 
lows: 

470 First Class Certificates. 

351 Second Class Certificates. 

31 .Fire Boss' Certificates. 

A detailed statement with reference to these examinations is given 
in another part of this report. 

RESIGNATIONS AND APPOINTMENTS. 

Mr. A. J. King resigned as Office and Field Assistant to the Chief 
of the Department of Mines, November 30th 1909, to accept a position 
as General Superintendent with the Pocahontas Consolidated Collieries 
Company. 

Mr. Charles Connor appointed Office and Field Assistant, December 
1st, 1909, to succeed Mr. A. J. King, resigned. 

The terms of the various District Inspectors having expired accord- 
ing to law, July 1st, 1909, the Chief of the Department of Mines ap- 
pointed the following persons as District Inspectors for the ensuing 
term of four years commencing July 1st, 1909. 



1930] 



Department of Mines. 



11 



First District, Mr. Karl F. Schoew, to succeed Mr. R. S. LaRue. 

Second District, Mr. Frank E. Parsons., Re-appointed. 

Third District, Mr. L. D. Vaughn, to succeed Mr. John F. Bratt. 

Fourth District, Mr. W. B. Plaster, to succeed Mr. J. A. Springer. 

Fifth District, Mr. Earl A. Henry, Re-appointed. 

Sixth District, Mr. Bonner H. Hill, Re-appointed. 

Seventh District, Mr. James Martin, to succeed Mr. William Warn- 
er. 

Eighth District, Mr. Robt. Y. Muir, to succeed Mr. J. A. Straughan. 

Ninth District, Mr. Lance B. Holliday, Re-appointed. 

Tenth District, Mr. Arthur Mitchell, to succeed Mr. D. R. Phillips. 

Eleventh District, Mr. William Nicholson, to succeed Mr. James 
C. Boyd. 

Twelfth District, Mr. P. A. Grady, Re-appointed. 

PRODUCTION OF COAL AND COKE. 

From the 82 6 producing mines, operated by 42 5 firms, together with 
the small country mines, the coal produced during the fiscal year end- 
ing June 30th 1910, wa s 52,923,708 gross toss. An increase of 11,- 
229,942 gross tons (or 21.41 per cent) over the previous year. 

The coke manufactured was 4,217,3 81 net tons. An increase over 
the preceeding year of 1,101,582 net ton s or 26.12 per cent. 

The total value of coal produced was $50,277,522.60. 

Less value of coal used at mines ..$ 864,310.00 

Less value oi coal used in coke ovens 5,901,495.00 $6,765,805.00 

TOTAL VALUE OF COAL SOLD . $43,511,717.60 

TOTAL VALUL OF COKJC PIIODUCED 8,717,807.23 



Total gross value of product placed on market— $52,229,524.83 

The increase in value of the previous year as follows: 

COAL $11,668,444.90 

COKE 3,140,530.60 



Total increase in value of product $14,808,975.50 

The coal produced was disposed of in the following manner: 

Used in operating mines 909,800 Gross tons 

Furnished local trade and tenants SMI, 799 Gross tons 

used in the coke ovens __. 6,212,100 Gross tons 

Shipped from the mines 44,770,009 Gross tons 



TOTAL 52,723,708 Gross tons 

The above tonnage compared with the previous year originated in 
the several Geographical Districts as follow :s 



DISTRICT. 



Year 1910 



Year 1909 



Incre ase 



Potoma< 

Monongahela 

Wheeling 

Interior 

■ianawra-Ncvi River _ 

Norfolk & Western. 
fe- 1 nit 11 mines in stmU' 

TOTALS 



2, L56 538 

11,616,974 

1.237,953 

189,271 

18,490,649 

19,032,323 

200,000 






1,928, 937 

9.326.064 
888,578 
153,840, 

14,136,752! 

15,079,595 
180,000 : 



41,693,766 



227 ,601 

2,290,910 

349,375 

35,431 

4,353,897 

3,952,728 

20,000 



11,229,942 



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Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



The quantity of coal mined by the use of machine wa s 23,362,675 
tons which is 44.14 per cent of the total coal production of the state 
and 6,943,411 tons in excess of the machine mined coal during the 
year of 1909. 

There were 1967 machines in use in 475 mines furnishing employ- 
ment to 16,991 persons. 

The following tabulation exhibits the growth of machine mining 
since the year of 1897. 



YEAR 



[Number 

of 

Mines 

Using 

Machines 



Number 

of 

Machines 

in use 



Total 
Employes 
Incident 

to 
Machines. 



Number 
of Tons 

Produced 
by 

Machines 



Percentage 
of Coal to 

Total 
Production 



Number of 

Days 

Worked 



1397. 

18PS 

1809. 

1°00 

1901 

1902 

1903L 

1904 

1005. 

1906 

11/07 

1008 

1909 

1910 



TOTALS— 



10 

28 

41 

03 

90 

124 

181 

348 

280 

301 

360 

399 

404 

47a 



3,010 



96 

J41 

2-11 

386 

534 

795 

9S8 

1,136 

1,267 

1,508 

1.057 

1,074 

1,967 



12,467 



652 

9F3 

1,608 

2,371 

3,967 

4.813 

0,531 

8.39S 

10,237 

10,855 

12,248 

H,377 

14,891 

16,991 



108,809 



600,418 


5.12 


197 


1,070,293 


7.4 


214 


1,733,279 


10.66 


240 


2,537,611 


13.43 


261 


3,582,853 


17.65 


225 


5,133,823 


21.98 


249 


6,312,894 


27.50 


201 


■3,317,692 


30. S2 


209 


10,315,781 


32.74 


213 


13,333,602 


35.65 


231 


14,519.183 


36.34 


234 


15,387,69." 


38.09 


211 


16,419,264 


39.56 


192 


23,302,675 


44.14 


229 


122,059,063 





Avg. 222 



Tons for 1910 per each employe 1,375 

Tons per each employe per year (Average for 14 yrs.) 1,127 

Tons produced by each machine per year (Average for 14 years) 9,839 

Average number days worked per year (Average for 14 years) 222 

Average tons produced by one machine per day (Average 14 years) 44.32 

Average tons produced by one machine per month of 26 days (Average for 14 years) 1152.32 



TONS OF PICKED MINED COAL PRODUCED PER EACH PICK 

MINER IN COMMERCIAL COAL MINES, 1897 to 1910, INOILUSVE, 

(Tons of 2,240 lbs.) 



YEAR 



Pick Coal 

from 

Commercial 

Mines 



Pick Coal 

from Small 

Country 

Mines 



Pick Miners 



Commercial 
Mines 



Pick Miners 

in Small 

Country 

Mines 



Days 
Worked 



Tons 

Produced 

in 

Commercial 

Mines Per 

Pick Miner 



1897— 

1898— 

1399... 

1900— 

J901— 

1902... 

1903— 

1904— 

1905... 

L90B 

1907__ 

1908... 

1909— 

1910... 



10,971,482 


133,929 


13,218 


13,084,57? 


140,000 


i t.ose 


14,366,871 


150,060 


14,119 


16,199,300 


150,000 


14,728 


16, 5 ,138 


175,000 


16,000 


18,043,200 


180,000 


15,969 


16,420,80! 


180,000 


16,287 


18,497,026 


170,000 


18,880 


21,007,248 


160,000 


19,602 


23,880.872 


180,000 


19.132 


25,311,128 


180,000 


19,287 


28,799,315 


180,000 


21,728 


25,094,502 


180,000 


22,583 


29,361 ,0133 


200,000 


22,509 



N'o Record 



197 

214 
240 

261 
225 
249 
201 
209 
213 
231 
";i 
211 
192 
229 



880 

932 

1,017.5 

1100 

995 
1,120.8 
1,006 

979.7 
1,071.7 
1,248.7 
1,312 
1,095.3 
1,110.3 
1,304.4 



Average tons per year for each miner (14 yours)-. 
Average numbei days worked per year (li 



..1.099 Tons 
.. 222 Days 



1910] Depabtment of Mines. 13 



ACREAGE MINED. 

The total acreage of coal mined within the State based upon retruns 
made by the operators, and calculations made at this office, since 1897 
is presented in the following tables: 

1SOT 1,736.9 Acres 

185)8 _ 2,184.6 

1889 2,361.2 

1900L 2,638.8 

1901 2,854.6 

1903 3,352.0 

l«/i ^-3,2E\3 

19«k 3,967.7 

1906 4,691.8 

1906 5,516.5 

1907 5,779.7 

1908 5,915.0 

1909. 6,608.0 

1910 7,907.4 



Totals 58,733.5 " 

DAYS WORKED. 

The mines in the State averaged 229 days as against 192 for the 
preceeding year. 

TRANSPORTATION OF COAL AND COKE. 

During the year the railroads within the State report having hand- 
led a ttoal tonnage of 47,680,404 tons of coal and 4,884,880 tons of 
coke, of which amounts there originated on the various lines 45,301,- 
113 tons of coal and 3,949,805 tons of coke, while the Operators re- 
port having shipped from the mines 44,770,009 net tons of coal. Be- 
tween the tonnage originated on the Railroads and that reported as 
having been shipped from the mines there is a difference of 531,104 
tons in excess of the tonnage reported by the mines. This may be 
accounted for by the railroads reporting from the marked capacity 
of the cars while the mines report the actual tonnage from the mine 
weights. 

RIVER SHIPMENTS. 

For the fiscal year endging June 30th 1910, the tonnage of coal 
floated down the Great Kanawha River amounted to 1,232,716 net 
tons, as against 1,027,360 net tons the previous year. 

There were 43,177 net tons of coal shipped down the Monongahelia 
River from this State. This is the first year that coal shipments have 
been reported as being made on this River from West Virginia. This 
does not include the tonnage of fuel consumed by water craft and lo- 
cal river trade. 

There was no coke shipped by water, on either the Kanawha or 
Monongahelia Rivers, from West Virginia during this year. 

COKE OVENS AND COKE PRODUCED. 

There are 177 coke plants in the State, which report a total of 



14 Annual Report of [W, Va. 



19,895 coke ovens, of which number 11,296 were in actual operation 
for 2 46 days, there being 8,599 ovens reported a s not being in use 
during the year. 

There were 6,957,552 tons of coal converted into coke which gave a 
net yield of 4,217,381 net tons of coke, and gave employment to 4,161 
persons. 

The increase in production of coke over the previous year was 
1,101,584 tons, at an increased valuation of $3,140,530.60. The 
average price per ton of coke was $1.83, an increase of four cents 
per ton over the preceeding year. 

IMPROVEMENTS. 

Quite a number of improvements have been made at the various 
mines throughout the State on their old plants, as well a s in the 
opening up and re-equipping new mines as follows: 

11 new coal plants; 29 power plants; 153 coke ovens; 38 mine fans: 
2 furnaces; 29 tipples; and 30 additional openings at old mines. 

A detailed table of improvements appears on a subsequent page, as 
well a s in the District Mine Inspectors report of their respective mines, 
to which special attention is directed, which shows the improvements 
by Counties and Districts. 

MEN EMPLOYED. 

During the year there were employed at the mines and coke ovens, 
an average of 68,135 persons, an increase of 5,94 6 over the previous 
year. Of the total employes 22,509 were pick miners; 13,747 ma- 
chine miners; 3,244 Machine runners and helpers; 15,180 inside 
laborers; 9,294 out-side laborers; and 4.161-coke workers. 

Counting the Superintendents, Mine Foremen, Fire Boss', Store 
Managers, Store and Office clerks, it would be safe to add 2,150 
persons to the total above, making the total employes direetly con- 
nected with the operation of the mines, 70,285. 

The character and nationalities of the labor in and about the mines, 
is given in a tabulated form in another part of this report. The total 
number reported is 60,590, of which 7,545 persons are unlisted. 
White Americans 28,301; Negroes 12,087; Italians 7,599; Hungarians 
4,016; Slavish 1,899; Polish 1,895; Austrians 1,210. Other Nation- 
alities 3,583. 

WAGES. 

The average price received by pick miners throughout the State 
per gross ton to run-of-mine coal was 44 cents as against 4 3 cents for 
the year 1909. 

Each pick miner produced on an average 1,304.4 tons for the year, 
being an increase of 193.2 tons more per man employed than the 
previous year. 



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The average yearly wages received per pick miner employed was 
$573.94 an increase over the preceeding year of $92.77. 

The following table shows the average prices received for cutting 
and loading machine coal: 



MACHINE MINING PRICES. 



Machine miners paid per ton, run-oi-jiu'ne in rooms 

Machine miners, paid per ton, run-of-mine in headings.. 

Machine miners paid per ton, screened in rooms 

Machine miners paid per ton, screened in headings 

Machine miners paid per day 

Machine runners paid per ton, run-of-mine in rooms 

Machine runners paid per ton, run-of-mine in headings- 
Machine runner paid per ear 

Machine runner paid per ton screened coal 



1910 


1909 


.30 


.29 


.34 


.32 


.51 


.54 


.59 


.57 


2.63 


2.50 


.06y 2 


.07 


.10 


.09 


.20 


.11 


.12% 


.10 



SELLING PRICES. 

The average selling price at the mines of all coal shipped was 95 
cent s per gross ton of run-of-.mine coal, being the same price as was 
received during the yearofl909. 

Coke was sold F. O. B. at the coke ovens at an average price dur- 
ing the year of $1*83 per net ton. This price being an increase over 
the year previous of 4 cents per ton. 

STRIKES. 

There were strikes at 20 mines in the state during the y«?ar, in- 
volving 2,225 employes, causing a loss of 315 days work to the mines 
at which the strikes occurred and a financial loss to the employes of 
$100,367.25 in wages, and a loss of $15,374.93 to the operators of 
the mines, making an aggregate loss, ;aused by the strikes, of $115,- 
742.18 

The operators won seven of these strikes and the employe.; won 11. 
The other two being compromised. 

ACCIDENTS. 

During the year there were 320 lives lost in connection with the 
mining operations; of these 307 were killed inside and 13 outside the 
mines. 

There were 942 -non-fatal accidents during the year, 855 of which 
occurred inside and 87 outside of the mines. This shows a decrease 
in the number of accidents as compared with last year as follows: 



Y EA B 


Fatal. j Non-Fatal. 


Fatal Inside. 


Fat;u 
Outside. 


Non-Fatal 
Inside. 


Non-Fatal 
Outside. 


1909 

1S10 


364 1032 
320 942 


340 

307 


2+ 
13 


949 
855 


83 

87 




D 44 1< SO 


D 3S 


D 11 


D 4 


r 4 



D — Means Decrease. 



I— Means Increase. 



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There was only one life lost during the year by a gas explosion 
which occured in the Parral Shaft September 16th, 1909. Not a single 
life was lost during the year by reason of coal dust being exploded. 
There were, however, nine other explosions that were caused by the 
premature explosions of shots, and the ignition of kegs of flasks of 
blasting powder or other explosives. 

Fall s °f ro °f an d coal, and accidents from mine cars have been the 
chief factors in causing a large majority of the accidents in the mines. 
Investigations as to the causes of accidents from these two causes 
demonstrate that 66 per cent of them were due to contributory neg- 
legence on the part of either the persons killed or injured or some 
other person, and should not have occured at all if only ordinary care 
had been taken to prevent them. 

Strict discipline vigorously enforced by the mine officials would 
reduce the number of accidents from these causes at least 50 per cent 

PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS. 

In considering the prevention of accidents in our mines, it is deemed 
advisable to take up the cause of these accidents in the order of their 
importance. 

First; FALLS OF SLATE AND COAL. In looking over the accident 
reports, it has been found that many of these accidents are due to the 
carelessness of injured, and strange a s it may seem, quite a number 
of those injured are old and exjperienced men. They seem to take 
greater risks and continue to do so, not-with-standing the object les- 
sons that are given them when other men are injured or killed under 
similar conditions. 

Other causes are; insufficient timber or timber improperly set, lack 
of judgment, lack of equipment in not providing tools to properly set 
up timbers to protect themselves, ignorance, lack of proper supervis- 
ion and discipline by the mine officials. 

In order to reduce accidents from this source to a minimum, there 
should be primarily rigid discipline, which means that when an em- 
ploye is warned not to go into a place having a dangerous roof, he will 
STAY OUT until it is properly secured. It means also that when an 
employe is told to take down a bad piece of slate he will do so at once, 
and not wait until he completes the loading of the car or perform s the 
other work at which he may be engaged at the time. He should 
further be instructed in the manner of setting his timber to properly 
protect himself. 

He should be required to have the necessary tools for setting tim- 
ber and pulling down and handling slate. 

He should know how to sound the roof and line up his timber; how 
the timber should be spaced and how the cap-pieces should be set in 
order to give him the best possible protection. 

An unexperienced miner should never be permitted to work in a 
mine by himself, especially must he be kept out of places having bad 
roof. 



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Adequate supervision doubtless would greatly reduce the number of 
accidents from slate falls, both to experienced and inexperienced 
persons. 

There seems to be a disposition, especially among experienced men, 
to ignore or rather to forget the danger from bad roof, exemplifying 
the old adage, "That familiarty with danger breeds contempt for it". 
Loose pieces of slate should be marked and taken down as soon as 
possible, particularly should this be done on haulage roads and travel- 
ing ways. 

The mine law require s the mine foreman, or his assistant, to visit 
each working place at least each alternate day. This we do not consider 
adequate supervision in mines having a bad top. Not only the mine 
foreman, but his assistant if necessary, should examine the timber- 
ing in each working place not less than once each day and warn the 
men of any danger and instruct them how to properly protect them- 
selves from such dangers, and above all to REQUIRE TMEM TO DO 
SO AT ONCE. 

Second: ACCIDENTS FROM MINE CARS. Accidents from this 
source are in a great many cases due to a direct violation of the Mine 
Law and of the Mine Rules,and here again is the place to apply rigid 
discipline. 

Accidents will not be reduced by simply posting a notice, "That em- 
ployes, (other than those whose duty it is to do so) must not ride on 
the emipty or loaded cars." The rule should be enforced and the law 
should be strictly obeyed. 

Where employes have to travel on haulage roads, either proper 
width of roadway should be maintained or suitable refuge holes, prop- 
erly placed and whitewashed according to law, should be provided. 

Where cars are hauled out of a dip entry, (back into which they are 
liable to run in case a coupling should break) suitable drags and de- 
railing devices should in all cases be used. 

Lights should be placed on all trips a s provided by law. 

At all mines wherever possible a traveling way should be provided 
to be entirely independent of the haulage road. This will prevent 
either old or new men from getting confused and caught by trips if 
their lights should be extinguished in their efforts to get out of the way 
of the moving cars. 

Where employes ride to their work in special trips made up for tin's 
purpose, a moderate speed should be maintained, and a track-walker 
should precede the trip to see that no falls are on the track, and also 
to see that the track is in good condition, as well as, the electric wires 
or ropes which propel the trip. Where electric motors are used there 
should be arc headlights on tbe motors. These enable the motormen 
to see any danger ahead for a considerable distance. 

Miners should be instructed how to handle mine cars into and out 
of their working places, and they should be shown how to avoid dan- 
gers incident to this work. 

There have been cases where accidents have occurred by gathering 
motors having pushed empty cars into room s where an empty car was 



18 Annual Report of [W. Va. 



standing at the face of the room, catching the miner between the face 
and the car. A room latch which is controlled by a lever and weight 
would prevent any accidents of this kind. 

Third: ELECTROCUTIONS. During the year IS lives were lost 
by electrocution. From 1889 to 1910 inclusive there have been 56 
persons who have lost their lives from this source, both within and 
without the mines. A careful scrutiny of the reports of these accidents 
for the last year, shows that 15 of the electrocutions were caused by a 
current of electricity exceeding 500 volts, while only 3 were caused 
where the voltage did not exceed 2 50 volts. 

This is a striking illustration of the dangers incident to the use of 
electricity under high voltage, and the comparative immunity secured 
to life by using low voltage. Thi s is the more stiking because of the 
fact that possibly not more than one-fifth of the mines in the State 
which use electricity, have high voltage installations, and yet they 
produce five-sixths of the fatalities as against one-sixth produced by 
the low voltage installations. 

The efficiency of the work done between high and low voltage is ac- 
tual results i s not materially different; the chief difference being the 
si'ze and subsequent cost of the copper wire that conducts the electric 
current. The low voltage current requiring a heavier wire with more 
copper in it than the high voltage does, and therefore the cost of in- 
stallation and maintenance is considerably greater. 

In view, however, of the dangers to employes engaged in mining 
operations, and the greatly increased fatalities that result from the 
use of high voltage currents, it becomes a question whether any mere 
economies of production can compensate for the increased risk to 
human lives. It is safe to say that, if low voltage currents had been 
used in all the mines of the State, in all probability there would have 
been at least a dozen persons living today who are now in their graves, 
and whose deaths are attributed to the fact that dangerously fatal 
conditions were permitted to ne used in connection with electric trans- 
mission of power in operating coal mining operations, simply because 
it cost a few more dollars to install a safe method. 

In view of the above facts I am of the opinion that any electric cur- 
rent carried into a mine exceeding 300 volts is unnecessarily dangerous 
of life and limb, and that no pecuniary consideration of dollars and 
cents should ever be offered or considered in extenuation of perpetuat- 
ing methods that have resulted in such a large sacrifice of human lives 
during this year from this cause alone. 

During the year 1910 the causes of accidents and lives lost inside 
summarized as follows: 

K ! lled by explosons (all forms) 10 

Killed by falls o root and coal 215 

Killed by mine cars (inside and outside) fi4 

Killed by electroeti lions 18 

Killed by all other causes 13 

Total --- 320 



1910] 



Depabtment oe Mines. 



19 



Since 1897 there have been killed inside the mine of the State as 
as folows: 

Filled by falls of roof and coal 1442 

Killed by mine cars 255 

Killed by Gas explosions 128 

Killed by dust explosions 484 

Killed by electrocution 56 

Silled by all other causes 43G 



Total. 



2801 



The length of experience of persons killed and inured for the past 
ten years from 1901 to 1910 inclusive, is as follows: 

Having an experience of one year or less 1776 

.'laving an experience of two to rive years 2163 

Having an exi>erience of six to ten years 971 

Having an experience of eleven to twenty-live years 657 

Having an experience of twenty-six to fifty years 103 

Having an experience of many years 214 

Having an experience of unknown years 1458 

The above table shows conclusively that the persons with little ex- 
perience are the persons who are most frequently injured or killed. 

Since the year 1SS3 the average lives lost insidt for every 1 ,000 persons employed in- 
tiile the mines is 5.43. 

Ratio per 1,000 employed inside during 1308 12.24 

Ratio per 1,000 employed inside during 1909 6.72 

Ratio per 1,000 employed inside during 1910 5.61 



FATAL ACCIDENTS, THEIR CAUSES, SINCE 1897. 



CAUSES. 



Falls of roof 

jline cars 

Gas explosions 
Dust axplosiuns 
All other causes 

Totals... 



1901 


1902 


76 


79 


11 


13 


10 











24 


18 


121 


110 



CAUSES. 


1904 


1905 


1906 


1907 


1908 


1909 


1910 


1'alls of roof. . . _. . .. . 

Mine cars .. . 

(fas explosions .. .. ... 


1 


109 
13 

1 


99 
56 

4 



131 


130 

20 

29 



136 


155 

368 
46 


144 

31 

3 

116 
70 


21S 

U 
I 


Dust explosions 








All other causes. ... . . __ ... 


13 


52 


60 






Totals . ... 


133 


176 


250 


32 1 


599 


364 


320 



20 



Annital Report of 



[W. Va. 



SUMMARY OF ACCIDENTS INSIDE THE MINES 1910-1909. 



Number of employes inside 54,680; 

dumber of days mines were operated 229; 

Number of persons killed inside 307 

Number of days work accomplished 12,521,720 

Number killed per i,000 persons inside 5.61 

Number killed per 1,001 days work inside .0245 

Number injured non-fatally inside I 855 

Number injured per 1,000 employes inside I 15,036 

Number injured per 1,000 days work inside .0608 

Number of inside employes for each 

fatality inside 178 

(I-Means increase. D-Means decrease. 

TONNAGE PER FATALITY 



1909 



50,567 

192 

340 

,708,S64 

6.72 

.0350 

936 

18,512 

.0964 

148 



Changes. 



4,113-1 

37-1 

33-D 

2,S12,856-I 

1.11-D 

.0085-D 

81-D 

2,876-D 

.0361-D 

30-1 



Since the year 1883 the average ton s of coal produced per each 
fatality have been 144,481 tons including 1910, which is 171,738 tons 
per fatality. At those mines where fatal accidents occurred there was 
an average of one life lost for each 80,13 9 tons of coal produced. 

The total of 307 lives lost inside during the year occurred at 216 
mines employing 25,554 persons, and producing 24,602,612 gross tons 
of coal, while at all other mine s there were produced 28,321,096 gross 
tons of coal without, the loss of a single life inside the mines. 

SAFETY POWDER AND SOLID SHOOTING. 



The use of various brands of safety or permissable blasting powders 
has been employed in quite a number of the mines throughout the 
State where explosive gase s are generated to any extent, and also in 
those imines that are dry and dusty. Their use has been made com- 
pulsory where such conditions exist. 

Shooting coal on the solid has been nearly eliminated throughout 
the State, except where permission has been given by the district mine 
inspectors, when in their udgment the character of the coal and the 
mining conditions will allow it to be donej with a reasonable degree 
of safety, and then only under such conditions and restrictions as they 
1-rescrbe. No permission is given under any circumstances where, in 
their judgment, the conditions are favorable to the initiation of a dust 
explosion. 

The mine must be kept in a moist, condition either by sprinkling 
with water or the introduction of moisture into the ventilating current 
to such an extent as will allay all dust and prevent it from floating in 
the air current in dangerous quantities. 

Then there must be a supervision in the manner in which the holes 
are drilled, the quantity of powder used and also the nature of the 
tamping used by a person who is designated by the mine foreman or 
euperintenbdent for that purpose before any blasting is done. 

It has taken strenuous work on the part of the district mine in- 



1910] Department of Mines. 21 



spectors to break up the practice of solid shooting, but by persistent 
efforts and the enforcement of the law by numerous prosecutions, it 
has been accomplished. A list of names of those who have been prose- 
cujted for violations of the mining laws appears in another part of this 
report. 

A list of permissable explosives for use in coal mines for blasting 
purposes, as tested at the Pittsburg testing station of the United 
States Geological Survey up to May 16, 1910; also a pamphlet de- 
scribing mine rescue work and the apparatus used for such purpose 
as well as the methods in use for testing the efficiency of safety lamps, 
will be found in the appendix of this report. 

On a subsequent page of this report will be found an opinion of 
the Attorney General, defining the jurisdiction of the Mine Department 
with regard to sinking shafts under contract operation, together with 
the correspondence relative thereto by the district mine inspectors and 
thi s Department, all of which is self-explainatory. 

Elsewhere in this report will be found the annual reports of the 
tv. elve district mine inspectors, which give in detail the conditons 
existing in the mines in their respective districts. 

In conclusion, the writer desires to express his high appreciation 
of the confidence reposed m him by your Excellency, and for the ma- 
terial and moral support you have given him in the discharge of the 
duties pertaining to the work of the Department. The deep interest 
manifested by you in the accomplishment of results tending to safe guard- 
ing the health and lives of the persons employed in and about the mines 
is evidenced by the frequent conferences and consultations which you have 
had with myself and the District Inspectors to keep you in close touch 
with the character and extent of the work. 

The advice and encouragement given the Department at these con- 
ferences has stimulated and benefitted every member to accomplish re- 
sults that would measure up to the standard of efficiency required by 
him. 

To Mr. A. J. King, Officer and Field Assistant from July 1st to Novem- 
ber 30th, 1909 and to Chas. Connor, Office and Field Assistant from Decem- 
ber 1st, 1909 to the present time, I owe an acknowledgement of my great 
appreciation of their fidelity, loyalty and assistance in the compilation of 
this report and the success of the Department in general. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOHN LAING, 
Chief Department of Mine*. 
Charleston, W. Va., October 15th, 1910. 



22 Annual Report of [W. Va. 



SUCCESSION OF THE PRINCIPAL COAL BEDS IN THE STATE OF 

WEST VIRGINIA, WITH NAMES COMMONLY USED 

FOR THEIR DESIGNATION. 

Dunkard Series XVI. 

1. Washington Coal. 

2. Waynesburg A. 
Monongahela Series XV. 

1. Waynesburg. 

2. Uniontown (Chestnut Oak.) 
2. Swickley. 

4. Redstone. 

5. Pittsburg Coal. b 
Conemaugh Series XIV. 

1. Elk Lick, Four-foot — Mlimealr Co., Barton. 

2. Harlm, Friendsville, Crinoidal. 

3. Bakerstown, Price, Four-foot — Preston Co. 

4. Brush Creek, Masontown, Mahoning? 
Allegheny Series XIII. 

1. Upper Freeport, Griffithsville. 

2. Lower Freeport, Hubbardstown Upper. 

3. Upper Kiittanning. 

4. Middle Kittanning, Hocking Valley, Hubggbardstown Lower. 

5. Lower Kittanninbg, "Roaring Creek", "No. 5 Block", "Big 
Bed" North Coalburg, Mason, Davis, O'Brien Creek. 

6. Clarion, Brookville. 

Kanawha Black Flint — Pottsville Series XII — Upper Pottsville or 
Kanawha Coals. 

1. iStockton, Lewiston? Belmont, Cannelton, Thomas, Savage. 

2. Coalburg, Acme, (Buffalo Creek)? 

3. Winifrede, Kanawha, Black Band? 

4. Chilton. 

5. Cedar Grove, Thacker? 

6. Peerless, Alma. 

7. No. 2 Gas, Campbell's Creek Warfield, Rawl, Ansted, Island 
Creek, Powelton Upper, Page Upper, Montgomery, "Coal Valley 

Gas Coal", Butler. 

8. Powellton, Brownstown. 
f». Eagle, No. 1 Gas Coal. 

10. Little Eagle. 

11. Upper War Eagle? (Possibly same as Eagle.) 

12. Middle War Eagle. 

13. Lower War Eagle. 

Middle Pottsville or New River Coals. 

1. Hughes Ferry, Long Point. 

2. Iaeger. 

3. Sewell Nuttall, New River, Davy? Tug River? 

4. Welch, Smith, Big Creek, Lambert, Dismal Creek? Hemphill, 
Tug River Smokeless. 



1910] Depabtment of Mines. 23 



5. Beckley, Winding Gulf, Slab Fork, Eccles Shaft. Raleigh, New 
River, White Stick, "Noah Jenkins," War Creek? 

6. Fire Creek, Quinnimoni, New River. 

7. Little Fire Creek. 

Lower Pottsville or Pocahontas Coals. 

1. Thin coals not mined (Pocahontas Nos. 9, 8, 7, 6 & 5.) 

2. Pocahontas No. 4, Lower Horsepen? 

3. Pocahontas No. 3, Echols? Flat Top. 

4. Pocahontas Nos. 2 & 1, not mined. 

NOTE: — Where the name of the coal is followed by an interrogation 
mark (?) there eixsts doubt as to the correlation. 

LARGE PRODUCERS. 

The following 57 Companies Each Produced over 200,000 Gross 
Tons of Coal During the Year ending June 30th, 1910. 

The Consolidation Coal Co 5,008,680 

United States Coal and Coke Co 2,560,262 

The New River Co. . 2,084,738 

Davis Coal and Coke Co 2,024,042 

Pocahontas Consolidated Collieries Co 1,522,120 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co. . .| 1,290,739 

United States Coal and Oil Co 1,261,960 

New River and Pocahontas Consolidated Coal Co 1,080,970 

Sunday Creek Co 1,069,372 

Boomer Coal and Coke Co 970,158 

New River Collieries Co . 692,954 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 648,881 

McKell Coal and Coke Co 610,807 

American Coal Co., of Alleghany County 535,808 

Davis Colliery Co 526,842 

Red Jacket Consolidated Coal and Coke Co 52 6,670 

Elkine Coal and Coke Co 516,303 

Raleigh Coal and Coke Co 438,097 

George's Creek Coal and Iron Co 428,118 

Thacker Coal and Coke Co 421,498 

Houston Coal and Coke Co 388,849 

Pulaski Iron Co 383,210 

Loup Creek Colliery Co 380,917 

Mill Creek Coal and Coke Co , 372,824 

The Century Coal Co., of West Virginia 338,548 

Turkey Gap Coal and Coke Co 333,298 

Winifrede Coal Co 325,308 

Hutchinson Coal Co 320,090 

Crozer Coal and Coke Co 316,346 

West Virginia Colliery Co 306,665 

Page Coal and Coke Co 298,505 

Hitchman Coal and Coke Co 294,623 



24 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



Virginia-Pocahontas Coal Co 292,438 

Maderia-Hill-Clark Coal Co 292,253 

The Virginia-Pittsburg Coal and Coke Co 283,930 

Piney Mining Co 266,229 

Upland Coal and Coke Co 264,826 

The Empire Coal and Coke Co 259,746 

Powhatan Coal and Coke Co 259,197 

Kelly's Creek Colliery Co i 257,086 

Big Sandy Coal and Coke Co 255,154 

McDowell Coal and Coke Co 246,897 

New Central Coal Co 238,230- 

Ashland Coal and Coke Co 238,081 

Federal Coal and Coke Co 236,904 

The Campbells Creek Coal Co 236,589 

WL R. Johnson Coal Co 232,952 

Glen Alum Coal Co 228,242 

Keystone Coal and Coke Co 222,285 

Wyatt Coal Co 218,184 

Algoma Coal and Coke Co 212,756 

Big Coal Co 211,268 

Lynchburg Coal and Coke Co 210,573 

Merchants Coal Co 209,424 

Bottom Creek Coal and Coke Co 207,058 

The Carver Bros. Co. (Including Mecca Coal & Coke Co.) 203,750 



STATISTICAL 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



27 



QUANTITY AND VALUE OF COAL PRODUCED IN THE UNITED 

STATES 1909 IN SHORT TONS. FIGURES TAKEN FROM 

THE UNITED STATES' GEOLOGICAL SURVEY'S 

REPORT ON COAL FOR 1909. 



Stale or 'Ierritory 



Pennsylvania, 

Vest Virginia 

Illinois 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Alabama 

Colorado 

Kentucky 

powa 

Kansas 

V yoming 

Tennessee 

Virginia 

Maryland 

Missouri 

Washington 

Oklahoma 

: ^ew Mexico 

Montana 

Arkansas 

Utah 

Texas 

[ Michigan 

.North Dakota 

■Georgia 

Oregon 

California & Alaska. 
Il.iaho 

Total Bituminous... 
Penna. anthracite... 



Quantity. 



1900 



Value. 



Increase (x) or ds- 
crease (-) 1909 



Percentage of increase 
or decrease, 1909 



Quantity. Value. 



137,986 

51,849 

50,904 

27,939 

14,834 

13,703 

10,710 

10,697. 

7,757, 

6.9S6. 

6,313. 

6,358. 

4,752 

4,023 

3,756 

3,002 

3,119 

2,801 

2,553 

2,377 

2,266 

1,824 

1,784 

422 

211 

87 



791 
22C 
,990 

(141 
,259 
,450 
,930 
,384 
,763 

-4> 
,109 
,(»+:. 
,217 
.--Ml 
,530 
,203 



$130 

44 

53 

27 

15 

16 

14, 

10, 

12. 

10 

9 

6 

4 

4 

6 

9 



128 
940 

,157 
,899 
,440 
,692 
,047 
,190 
,276 
,636 
.553 



379,744,257 
81,059,159 



,085,237 
661,716 
,552,014 
,789,010 
,154,661 
,306,236 
,296,012 
,079,617 
,793,628 
.083,384 
,896.848 
.920,564 
251,056 
,471,731 
,183,6261 
,158,999. 
,253,367 
,619,744, 
,036,942 
,523,139 
,751,810 
,141,045 
,199,351 
645.142 
298,732 
235,085 
107,342 
19,459 



x 20,787 

x 9,951, 

x 3,245, 

x 1,069, 

x 2.519, 

x 2,098, 

x 1 Oil , 

X 450 ; 

x 596. 

x740 

x903 

x 15^ 

x493 

- :!53 

X. 439 

x577 

X 171 

x333 

X633 

x298 

X 420 

- 70 

- 50 
X101 

- 53 
xl 

x26 



Quantity. 



Value. 



«05,4S6.777 
149,415,847 



Grand Total 460,803,410 $554,902,024 x 44,960,718 x 22,588,507 



,831 

,452 
,970 
,207 
, 474 
,175 
,852 
,215 
,320 
,261 
,191 
,750 
,800 
107 
,937 
,327 
,3i 1.5 
626 
,017 
,774 
876 



264|x 11,268,93-1 
377 x 4.652,602 
300 1 x 3,543,767 
002' - 108,694 
,369 x 2,070,384 
,857| x 1,658,345 
,963] x 709,024 

- 237,245 
x 1,087,226 

x 791,162 
x 1,028,091 

- 197,935, 
x 382,532 

- 645,022 
x 738,719 

x 2,468,587 
x 276,863 
x 250,991 

x 1,265.694 
x 23,669 
x 6321,472 

- 277,536 

- 123,553 
x 123,026 

- 65,487 

- 936 

x 37,692 

- 2,373 



x 47,170,313x31,351,509 
- 2,209,595 - 8,763,002 



X17.7 


x9.5 


X23.7 


xll.6 


X6.8 


x7.1 


X4.4 


- .4 


X20.4 


X15.8 


xlS.l 


xll.3 


xll.2 


x5.2 


x ■*.•> 


- 2.3 


X8.3 


xfi.2 


xll.9 


X&.5 


xl6. 


xll-G 


x 2.57 


- 2.78 


x 11.5 


x 9.9 


- K.O 


- 12.6 


X12.9 


X13.5 


:: Mi.ii 


X37.0 


x5.8 


xO.94 


X13.5 


x 7.5 


X33.0 


x3S.fi 


X13.9 


x0.7 


X22.4 


X20.3 


- 3.2 


- 8.1 


- 2.7 


- 3.7 


X31.6 


X23.6 


- 20.0 


- 18.0 


X0.12 


• 0.0s 


x 122.5 


X54.1 


x 16.14 


- 10.9 



X14.2 
- 2.7 



xlO.8 



x8.4 
- 5.5 



X4.2 



28 



Annual RiiPOBT of 



[W. Va.. 



The following is a statement complied by the United States Geolo- 
gical Survey showing the rank of Petroleum production by states and 
the value of same for th e years of 1908-1909. 

West Virginia's increase brought that State from sixth to fourth on 
the list, exchanging place with Texas. All the other States retained 
their rank of the year 1908. 



State. Rank. Quantity. Per Cent. 



Oklahoma -. 
California 
Illinois _ 

Texas 

Ohio 

West Va 

Ponnsylv'nia 
Louisiana __ 
Indiana 

Kansas 

New York 

Kentucky ... 

Colorado 

Wyoming 

Utah 

Missouri 

Michigan 



Total. 



45,798,765 
44,854,737! 
33,686,238i 
11,206,464 
10,858,797 
9,523,176 
9,421,325 
5,788,874 
3,283,6291 
1,801,781 
1,160,128 
727,7671 
379,653j 

17,7751 

15,2461 



178.527.35SI 



25.65 

25.13 

18.87 

6.28 

6.08 

5.33 

5.28 

3.24 

1.84 

1.01 

.65 

.41 

.21 

.01 

.01 

100.00 



State. Rank, i Quantity. Per Cent. 



California .. 
Oklahoma .. 

Illinois 

Wesl Va 

Ohio 

Texas 

Pennsylv'nia 
Louisiana . 
Indian. i _. 

Kansas 

New Y'ork. 

Kfjitucky 

Colorado ... 
Wyoming ... 

Michigan 

Missouri --- 
Utah 



Total. 



54,433,010 
47,&59,218 
30,898,339 
10,745,092 
10,632,793 
9,534,467 
9,299,403 
3,059,531 
2,296,086 
1 ,263,764 
1,134,897 
639,016 
310,771 



27,887 



182,134,274 



29.89 

26.28 

16.96 

5.90 

5.84 

5.23 

5.11 

1.68 

1.20 

.69 

.62 

.35 

.17 



.02 
100.00 



VALUE. 

California was first in value as well as in quantity of petroleum 
produced, and, as forecasted in the report for 1908, a higher price in- 
creased the value by a percentage greater than the percentage of in- 
crease in quantity. The total value increased nearly 31 per cent 

The other changes in relative values were no importance, though 
it is interesting to notice that West Virginia, with so much smaller a 
product, exceeded Oklahoma in to tal value. 



l'XW. 



State. 



California .. 

Illinolp 

Oklahi 
Wej>t 

Iv'nlu 



lana 

• ik 

h.m-a 

Kentucky .. 
Colorado 

MUnourl 

Utah 

Wyoming . 
Michigan --. 

Total 



Rank. Value. 



• 

2S,649,5ffl 
17,694,848 

i'.. '<M. .sir, 
16,881,194 
14,178,602 
6,700,708 

3,608,419 

3,203,883 
8,073 ,583 

746,095 

146,408 






129.079.184 



Per Cent. 



18.15 
17.55 
13.71 
18.10 
13.08 
10.98 
5.20 
J. 71 
9.48 
1. 
.58 
. .5 

.87 



100.00 



1909. 



State. 



California . 
Illinois .... 

West Va 

Oklahoma . 
IVn'isylv'nia 

Ohio 

Toxus 

Louisiana .. 
Indiana . 
\i'« York... 
Kentucky .. 

Kansas 

i lolorado 
Wyoming .. 

Missouri 

Michigan -. 
I'tah 



Rank. 



Total.. 



Value. 



$30,675,267 

is;, 788,864 

17,642,283 

17,428,990 

15,424,554 

13,225,377 

6,793,050 

2,022,449 

1,997,610 

1,878,2171 

518,2991 

491,633 

517,712 



44,473 



128,248,783 



Per Cent. 



23.92 

15.43 

13.76 

13.59 

12.03 

10.31 

5.30 

1.58 

1.56 

1.46 

.40 

.38 

.25 



.03 



100.00 



1910] 



Department or Mines. 



29 



♦ -t, th, production of lumber, lath, and shingles 
A preliminary report on ^- Production Decem ber 31st, 

in the United States during the calendar year en j 
1909 compared with the production of 1907-1908, as report 

U WasMfgton, D. C November ^10^—-^ £ 
United States during the ca endar ^year 190 waa ^ ^ 

Lard measure a S ^ ^ ^ u per cent over 1908 , and 
lion feet in 1907. This was an &nd BMngleB dunng 

of 10.S per cent over 1907 The ™ P ^ respectively. The increase 
1909 was 3,712 million «d 14, ^ ^19 8 wts 24*3 per cent and 

Lr.riTrr l^hlL Z Corresponding increases for sbingles 
were 23.4 per cent and 26.4 per cent. 



Number o^mills report- ^^ productioIlj M feet B. M. 



STATE. 



United States 

V, 7 ashington 

Louisiana 

Mississippi 

North Carolina 

Arkansas 

Virginia 

Texas 

Wisconsin 



1909a| 1908 1907 



1908 



1907 



48,322 31,231 



1,143 

65b 

1,795 

3,307 

2,000 

3,511 

719! 

1,241 

6961 

Oregon , 32a 

Michigan 2 ' 18& : 

Alabama ' 745 | 

Minnesota „ »Cri\ 

Pennsylvania 1 ?*Sf.| 

West Virginia 

Georgia 

Tennessee 

Florida 

California 

Maine 

South Carolina 

Kentucky 

New York 

Missouri 

New Hampshire 

Iiiado 

Indiana 

Ohio 

Massachusetts 

Vermont 

Montana 

Maryland 

Oklahoma 

Illinais 

Connecticut 

Colorado 

Iowa 

New Mexico 

Arizona 

New Jersey 

Delaware 

South Dakota 

Wyoming 

Rhode Island 

Kansas 

All other states 



28,850 44,585,000 33,224,00o| 40,256,00 



929 
510 
905 
1,740 
1,155 
1,937 
605 
899 
5951 
989 
981 
500, 
2,2241 
l,044i 
1,049! 
1,490. 
2791 
288 
902 ! 
42o| 
l,530j 
2,291 
1.10S 
604 
2551 
1,0SS 
1,094 
610! 



1,036 

531 1 

823 

1.668J 

1,146 

1.652 

673| 

778! 

644 ! 

906 

892 

429 

2,131 

1,044 

788' 

1,101; 

302 
321 
927 

365: 

1,451 

2,185 

916 



Ort 



3,863,000 
3,552,0001 
2,573,000i 
2.178,000 
2,111,000 
2,102,000 
2,099,000 
2,025,000 
1,899,000 
1,890,000 
1,691,000 
1,562,000 
1,588,000! 
1,473,000 
1,342,000 
1,224,000| 
1 ,202,000! 
1,144,000! 
1,112,000 
898,000! 
861,000 
681,000 
660,0001 
650,000; 
646,000! 
556,0001 
' 543,000 
361,000) 
352,000 
309,000' 
268,000, 
226,000 
170,000| 
168,0001 
142,000 
132, 00O| 
| 92,000' 

63,000i 
62.000 1 
55,000 
31,000 
i 29,000 

25,000 
)\ 13,000 

5,000| 
i\ 11,000 



2,916,000| 
2,722,000] 
1,861,000 
1,137,000! 
1,657,000 
1,199,000! 
1,524,000) 
1,613,000 
1,468,000! 
1,478,000 
1,152,000 
1,286,000 
1,203,000! 
1,097 ,000i 
905,000 
791,000 
731,00O| 
996,000! 
929,000 
561,000| 
659,000) 
781,000, 
459,0001 
607,000! 
519,000' 
412,000j 
459,000, 
385,000' 
3O4,0OOJ 
312,000 
169,000j 
159,000i 
123,000[ 
138,O0O| 
172,000) 
97,000| 
79,000 
43,000 
35,000 
41,000 
26,000 
19,000 
31,000 
15,000 

0)) 
11,000 



3,778,000 
2,972,000 
2,094,000 
1,622,000 
1,989,000 
1,412,000 
2,230,000 
2,003,000 
1,636,000 
1,828,000 
1,225,000 
1,661,000 
1,735,000 
1,396,000 
854,000 
895,000 
839,000 
1,346,000 
1,104,000 
649,000 
913,000 
849,000 
549,000 
754,000 
514,000 
505,000 
529,000 
364,000 
374,000 
344,000 
214,000 
140,000 
141,000 
140,000 
134,000 
144,000 
113,000 
72,000 
40.000 
51,000 
35,000 
17,000 
33,000 
15,000 

Ort 

6,000 






Annual Rbpobt of [w. Va 



Utfa 

Shing-les ." - " l!I »^r- 



W09 1908 



3,712,051,000 2,986,664,000 3,663,60* 0O0I 
■ 14.9*4.778,000 12,100,483,000 llSft^oS 

n"K^^^ lEtTmn. 



"ill other states. 

PROSECUTIONS. 



tion'of'th 18 M HSt S ;° Wing thG DameS ° f PeiSOnS prosecuted for viola- 
tion of the Mining Laws, and Mine Inspectors instructions, during the 
>ear ending June 30th, 1910. 8 c 

BARBOUR COUNTY. 

Lawrence Anuess, Miner, Feby. 9th, 1910. Using Kerosene oil. 
TAYLOR COUNTY. 

Joe DeBeller, Miner, Aug. 18th 1909 TaiHn., 

Powder into the mine ^ eXCeSslve mount of 

S^T La 7 age ' MiDei '' Feb - 22nd - 191 °- Using Kerosene oil 
Salaodore Aguilla, Miner, March 11th, 1910. Using mixed oil 

FAYETTE COUNTY. 

J L o e hV V Wo St r' M1 ™' DeC " 28th ' 19 ° 9 - Usin * *"■«• oil 
John Workman, Miner, Jan. 1st, 1910. Shooting from solid 
;" Ho liday, Miner, Jan. 1st, 1910. Shooting from toe so d' 
Ezra Campbell, Miner, Jan. 1st, 1910. Shooting rr on ? the solid 
Henry Deem, Mine Foreman Feb 1st iqi» v< f t ' 

instructions. ' *' ^^ VlolatlD S Mine Inspectors - 

Joe Germino, Miner, Feb. 1st, 1910. Shooting from the solid 
Joe Becash, Miner, Feb. 1st, 1910. Shooting from solid 
/••"' k '-'tun,, ,,iner, Feb. 1st, 1910. Shooting from th e solid 
Don, Foot, Miner, Feb. 1st, 1910. Shooting from ^ ,1 
l!l "i<i Kayslett, Miner, F eb 1st mo S? flom th * solid. 

John Modeno, Miner Feb 1st i/lO ahn ?• f ° m the S ° Iid - 

tti , ,, ' ""• lsl ' -191". Shooting from the sniwi 

Frank Muscus, Miner, Feb. Lit, 1910. Shooting from th h 

Fortune Palmerino. Miner, Feb 1st 1910 ^r/ ' 

John Roan, Miner Feb 1st 1910 llll- Sh ° oting from the solid. 

John Skipper, Miner Feb 1st 1910 c h r the S ° ,id - 

\ . ""<i, 1 to. Jbi, 1910. Shooting from thp «mi,i 

:V" • S " ; ' 111 "- m ™> """"■ L8t « IW0. Shooting from t h e so ' 
Francis Yockman, Miner Feb 1st 1010 <?)„.„♦• . 

'-'- Dorcas, Miner Feb £ M10 LS , V '^ ^ aoUd - 

James Brinsdon, Ml er.Fe b ith 1910 4H- T tbe 80lia ' 

Be D Joudell, Miner Feb n m LST ?* T "* 8 ° 1Id - 

o,ii »i ■-,,■ • 1,h footing from the solid 
Williams. Ine foreman. Feb. 1th. 19K) Neglectinl n > 
ments. ^giecting air measure ■ 

cjfewr 



1910] Department of Mines. 31 



MERCER COUNTY. 

Joe Trecco, Miner, Nov. 12th, 1909. Shooting from the solid. 
Sam Crouch, Miner, Nov. 2 7th, 1909. Shooting from the solid. 
John Yuker, Miner, Dec. 22, 1909. Shooting from the solid. 
John Yesko, Miner, Dec. 22nd, 1910. Shooting from solid, 
Frank Roman, Miner, Dec. 22nd, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Pete Chereski, Miner, Dec. 22nd, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Joe Gedroach, Miner, Dec. 22nd, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
John Smith, Miner, Dec. 28th, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Joe Kozowich, Miner, Dec. 22nd, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
John Onquill, Miner, Dec. 28th, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Pete Redowich, Miner, Jan. 19th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
John Thomas, Miner, Jan. 19th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
James Savale, Miner, Jan. 19th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Pete Yavich, Miner, Jan. 19th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Lewis Lowder, Miner, Jan. 19th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
W. S. Locket, Miner, Jan. 2 7th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Henry Demarer, Miner, Feb. 10th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Louis Bakoh, Miner, Feb. 24th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Steve Antol, Miner, Feb. 24th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Steve Ure, Miner, Feb. 25th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
S. R. Connor, Miner, March 18th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Joe Morris, Miner, March 18th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Joe Rieves, Miner, March 18, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Check No. 133, Miner, March 19th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Check No. 74, Miner, March 23rd, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Check No. 27, Miner, March 28th. 1910. Using Kerosene Oil. 
Mike Hello, Miner, March 2 8th, 1910. Using Kerosene Oil. 
Check No. 6, Miner, March 2 8th, 1910. Using Kerosene Oil. 
Check No. 21, Miner, March 28th, 1910. Using Kerosene Oil. 
Ony Williams, Driver, June 11th, 1910. Using Kerosene Oil. 
John Fuller, Driver, June 11th, 1910. Using Kerosene Oil. 
Chas. Muse, Driver, June 11th, 1910. Using Werosene Oil. 

Mcdowell county. 

Thomas Scott, Driver, Aug. 13th, 1909. Using inferrior oil. 
Geo. Beidner, Miner, Aug. 16th, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
John Musik, Miner, Aug. 16th, 1909. Using inferior oil. 
Andrew Lakie, Miner, Aug. 17th, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
John Robusky, Miner, Ang. 18th, 1909. Using inferior oil. 
Lonnie Mora, Miner, Aug. 18th, 1909. Using inferior oil. 
Andy Sainak, Miner, Aug. 18th, 1909. Using inferior oil. 
Tony Machina, Miner, Aug. 21st, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Allato Fortano, Miner, Aug. 21st, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Dommick Monoreta, Miner, Aug. 21st, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
P. Sargosky, Miner, Aug. 2 8th, 1909. Using inferior oil. 
J. W. Thornton, Miner, Aug. 30th, 1909. Shooting from solid. 



Annual Report or [W. Va. 



I'l.menie Lamire, Miner, Sept. let, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Ellis Bruno, Miner, Sept. 1st, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
.Limes Scoley, Miner, Sept. 1st, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Sxporle, Miner, Sept. 1st, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Thomas Bruce, Miner, Sept. 1st, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Peter Oliver, Miner, Sept. 1st, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Will McKlnney, Driver, Sept. 4th, 1909. Using inferior oil. 
Jno. Carter, Track-Man, Sept. 14th, 1909. Using inferior oil. 
B. C. Caudle, Mine Foreman, Sept. 15th, 1909. Violation of Mine In- 
spectors instruction. 
J W. Phillips, Driver, Oct. 7th, 1909. Using inferior oil. 
J. P. McBrayer, Mine Foreman, Oct. 7th, 1909. Not enforcing oil- 
regulations. 

Nadgff, Miner, Nov. 26th, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Andrew Roben, Miner, Dec. 2nd, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Roy Fly, Miner. Dec. 2nd, -909. Shooting from solid. 
Mnroe Phillips, Miner, Nov. 2nd, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Nagy Suegte, Miner, Dec. 2nd, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Antony Surventine, Miner, Dec 2nd, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Nick Gowoski, Miner, Dec. 20th, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Mike Moka, Miner, Dec. 20th, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Mike Shunowich, Miner, Dec. 20th, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Raffelle Tatealla, Miner, Dec. 21st, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
!' mlleton, Miner, Dec. 21st, 1909. Shooting from solid. 
Patterson, Miner, July 19th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Rufua Pannell, Miner, Jan. 19th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Lila Pul in. Miner, Jan. 22th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Tony Palo, Miner, Jan. 22nd, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Frank Farrell, Miner, Jan. 22nd, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Ton, Ward, Miner, Jan. 22nd, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Joe M-.on. Miner, Jan. 22nd, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Prank (Mark. Miner, Feb. 1st, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Antonla Merona, Miner, Feb. 1st, 1910. Shooting from solid 
Jno. Pedro, Miner, Feb. 1st, 1910. Shooting from solid 

ffooting, Miner, Feb. 1st. 1910. Shooting from solid 
•'"<- Blovlch, Miner, Feb. 1st, 1910. Shooting from solid 
Paul Bulleckla, Miner. Feb. 1st, 1910. Shooting from solid 
Joe Swltchic, Miner, Feb. 1st, 1910. Shooting from solid 
1 " ''• '• Mln « r . FeD. nt h. 1910. Shooting from solid 
ola, Miner, Feb. 11th, 1910. Shooting from solid 
Miner, Pen. llth, 1910. Shooting from solid 
Calarco, Miner, Feb. llth, 1910. Shooting from solid 
Jim Belch, Miner, Feb. nth, 1910. Shooting from solid 
Bell, Miner, Feb. nth, 1910. Shooting from solid 

liner, Feb. llth, 1910. Shooting from solid 
'•'"' k M " i '""' Mlner - Feb. nth, 1910. Shooting from solid 
•ret, Miner, Feb. llth, 1910. Shooting from solid 

,: ' "• Mi ""''- '•''•• nth. 1910. Shooting from solid 

""" *"' Mi ""- Ivt '- nth. 1910. Shooting from solid 



1910] Department of Mines. 33 



Jack Zoret, Miner, Feb. 11th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Dick Selch, Miner, Feb. 11th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Lewis Rofelo, Miner, Feb. 11th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Jim Kish, Miner, Feb. 2 4th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Louis Wieda, Miner, Feb. 24th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Geo. Bougnar, Miner, Feb. 24th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Mike Kesh, Miner, Feb. 24th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Alex Kolmar, Miner, Feb. 2 4th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Julian Kolmar, Miner, Feb. 24th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Julius Sili, Miner, Feb. 24th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

L. L. Wegnfield, Miner, Feb. 24th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Frank Bougnar, Miner, Feb. 24th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Joe Kish, Miner, Feb. 24th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Chester Perry, Miner, Feb. 24th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Wlm. Echols, Miner, Feb. 24th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Lewis Cheatham, Miner, Feb. 2 4th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Flem Jennings, Miner, Feb. 2 6th, 1910. Taking excess powder in mine, 

Fred Shephard, Miner, Feb. 26th, 1910. Taking excess powder in mine. 

A. A. Adams, Miner, Feb. 26th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Joe Tetwinch, Miner, Feb. 28th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Octes Sapruna, Miner, Feb. 2 8th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Mike Shufferon, Miner, Feb. 28th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Mick Koulick, Miner, Feb. 28th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Sante Feorronti, Miner, March 3rd, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Diemorli Ansuino, Miner, March 3rd, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Mike Bucchi, March 3rd, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Umberth Morrocchi, Miner, March 3rd, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Tony Delorso, Miner, April 9th, 1910. Using inferior oil. 

Fred Evans, Miner, April 9th, 1910. Taking excess powder in mine. 

Charlie Worthington, Miner, Apr. 9, '10. Taking excess powder in mine. 

Thod McCall, Miner, April 9th, 1910. Taking excess powder in mine. 

Jno. Webb, Miner, April 9th, 1910. Taking excess powder in mine. 

Cecil Evans, Miner, April 9th, 1910. Taking excess powder in mine. 

Frank Patrick, Miner, April 9th, 1910. Taking excess powder in mine. 

Ed Patrick, Miner, April 9th, 1910. Taking excess powder in mine. 

Arch Nichols, Miner, April 28th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Will Coleman, Miner, April 28th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 

Geo. Norman, Miner, April 2 9th, 1910. Burning Machine oil. 

Joe Shrell, Miner, April 29th, 1910. Burning Machine oil. 

W. D. Creely, Mine Foreman, April 30th, 1910. Permitting excess ^ 

powder taken in mine. 
Roe Olenza, Miner, May 5th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Toney Bounce, Miner, May 5th, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Paul Saduki, Miner, June 23rd, ]910. Shooting from solid. 
Jno. Hobrich, Miner, June 23rd, 1910. Shooting from solid. 
Arch Watkins, Miner, June 30th, 1910. Burning kerosene oil. 
Jim Doss, Miner, June 30th, 1910. Burning kerosene oil. 
Geo. Washington, Miner, June 30th, 1910. Burning kerosene oil. 
Jno. Little, Miner, June 30th, 1910. Burning kerosene oil. 






An M.\ I R.EPOBT OF 



[W.Va. 



PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATION OF THE MINING LAWS DURING 
THE TEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1910. 
(By District and Counties.) 







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11 


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"3 








eJ~ 0«- 


O 




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o 






> 


H 


> 


(85 


H 


Third 




1 

2 










1 


Third 


Taylor 


1 








3 


Fifth 








14 
2 

3 






14 














2 


Eighth 


te 










3 


Ninth 


Fayel te 


1 








1 


2 


Tenth 




7 
6 
11 




24 

50 
29 






31 


Truth 


McDowell 








56 


i'li-vriit ll 


Mel towell 


10 


1 




51 












28 


11 


122 


1 


1 


163 



The above table shows that during the fiscal year ending June 30th, 
1910, there were one hundred and sixty-three prosecutions for viola- 
tion of the Mining Law. Special attention is directed to the number of 
violations for solid shooting; oil regulations and excessive quantity of 
powder taken into the mines. 

In t lie distribution of occupations and offenses for violation of the 
Mining Law as noted in the following table, there was in Barbour Coun- 
ty, one miner prosecuted for violation of the oil regulations. 

In Taylor County, two miners for violating the oil regulations and 
one for powder regulations. 

In Payette County, nineteen miners for solid shooting, one Mine 
Foreman for violating instructions regarding solid shooting and one 
for neglecting the air measurements. 

In Mercer County, three drivers and four miners for using Kerosene 
oil and twenty-four miners for solid shooting. 

In McDowell County, one Mine Foreman for violating oil regulations, 
one for Inspectors recommendations and one for powder regulations. 
Ten miners for oil regulatins, seventy-nine for solid shooting, one 
track-man and tour drivers for violation of the oil regulations. 



1910] Department of Mi^nes. 35 



THE IMPROVEMENT OF MINING CONDITIONS IN WEST VIRGINIA. 



ADDRESS OF MR. JOHN LAING, CHIEF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF 
MINES OF WEST VIRGINIA. 



Delivered before The West Virginia Coal Mining Association, at Wash- 
ington, D. C, December 16, 1910. 



General History of the Improvement of Mining Conditions in West Va. 



What is Coal? 

Here the question arises, how do we obtain heat by which steam is 
generated, and the answer is, by burning coal — a substance in which 
we, as West Virginians, are all especially interested, and the abundance 
of which in our state has made us great. But what is coal and how 
was it formed, and whence comes its heat and productive power? Coal 
is the result of the primeval forests — the forests which existed ages 
ago. The rays of the sun acting upon the trees of the forests disas- 
sociated the oxygen which was freed to purify the atmosphere and let 
the carbon. Our deposits of coal, therefore, are simply the accumula- 
tion of energy derived from the sun. We now, perhaps millions and 
millions of years afterwards, bring this coal to the surface, and unit- 
ing it with oxygen from the atmosphere, the combination taking place 
at a sufficiently high temperature, produces a certain amount of heat 
representing the energy of the sun exercised in effecting the separa- 
tion. 

So much can be said on the subject of coal that we will not attempt, 
at this time, to do more than specialize on West Virginia coals, which 
are today being sent into nearly every part of the world, and the popu- 
larity of which has made us what we are today — the second coal pro- 
ducing state of the Nation. 

Coal Area of West Virginia. 

The state of West Virginia occupies the middle and widest portion 
of the Appalachian Coal Field and is the greatest coal bearing field of 
the Union, possessing about 9,500 square miles or 6,080,000 acres of 
coal area. Of the fifty-five counties in the state, thirty-nine of them 
carry some of the coal measures. 

If we estimate the total available good coal in this area that can be 
recovered under commercial conditions at 10,000 tons to the acre, this 
will yield 60,800,000,000 tons of available coal. For the fiscal year 
ending June 30, 1910, West Virginia mined 59,274,708 short tons of 
coal. At that rate it would take more that 1000 years to exhaust the 
total coal area of the state. 



Annual Report of [W. Va. 



Early History. 

Although coal was dug and taken from the lower beds of the Kana- 
wha measures along its outcrop in the river hills near the Kanawha 
ealt wells about five miles south of Charleston near the mouth of Camp- 
bell s (.'reek for many years previous to 1840, yet its use was largely 
experimental and Intermittent; the fuel being applied to the running 
of salt furnaces and boiling of brine whenever the supply of wood was 
short; also occasional openings were made in the lower seams to supply 
the local blacksmith with coal; but wood was generally used for fuel 
In all the cabins. 

In is::.", it was stated that in the salt region of Western Virginia 
there were ninety establishments producing 1,000,000 bushels of salt 
annually and consuming 5,000,000 bushels of coal, or about 200,000 
tons annually. 

In 1840 the amount of bituminous coal mined in Alleghany or West- 
ern Virginia was returned as 289,698 tons of 28 bushels per ton, and 
the total amount of coal produced in the whole of Virginia was 379,369 
long tons, and the number of workmen employed was 995. The capital 
• d in this work was $1,301,885.00. 

In the same year Pennsylvania produced 415,023 tons and employed 
1,788 workmen with a capital of $300,416.00. The first explosion 
from tire damp occurred in the Heath Mine in 1839 where fifty-three 
colored persons were killed. 

It was not until about the year 1849 thereafter that a systematic 
exploration of the mountains and hills of the Great Kanawha was un- 
dertaken with a view of determining its value as a coal producing field. 

Cannel coal had been found along the hills of Coal River by William 
M. Peyton, of Roanoke, and also below Smithers Creek in the Kanawha 
I'v Colonel Aaron Stockton, ond it was with a view of determining 
whether or not this valuable find might not be found in the mountains 
•i of the Greal Kanawha River, that Colonel William H. Edwards — 
owner of the Wilson Survey of 85,600 acres embracing most of the 
coal basin Immediately south of Kanawha River — instituted in the year 
following, 1849, elaborate investigations in search of the coal. 

In the year 1854 the beds of the Kanawha Coal on Paint Creek were 
discovered by the late Mr. Alva Hansford and about the year of 1857 
m in. opened on Paint Creek and refineries were established for 

ting the cannel coal and extracting the oil and parafine. A few 
Her some works had been erected at Cannelton, opposite 
Montgomery, when a great deal of Cannel coal was taken from the 
Stockton or Lewi ton .seam. In the year 1853 mines were established 
on Field • where the Winifrede Collieries are now located, and 

hauled to the Kanawha itiver by rail and thence shipped to Cin- 
cinnati and the lower Ohio by flat boats. 

(oal River Operations. 

■ ' I coal .... Coal River was brought to the attention 
th< late William M. Peyton.of Roanoke. Virginia, and a 



1910] Department of Mines. 37 



few years following these discoveries four coal mining operations were 
established on Coal River for the purpose of mining and shipping the 
Cannel coal and also mining the splint and bituminous coal, and a nav- 
igation company was formed by tbe several companies for the purpose 
of building locks and dams in the river and shipping to market the coal 
in barges loaded at the mines. 

The following companies were organized: 

The Virginia Coal Company with mines at Peytona, Boone County; 
the Western Mining and Manufacturing Company with mines on Droddy 
Creek near Peytona; the Cannel Coal Company of Coal River, mines at 
Manningville on Little Coal River; the Coal River and Kanawha Min- 
ing and Manufacturing Company with mines located on Brier Creek, 
and the Coal River Navigation Company. 

These mining companies all shipped considerable coal and finally 
reached a total output of probably 200,000 tons per annum — a large 
amount for those days. 

At the outbreak of the Civil War the coal trade and the market were 
both destroyed and the river, being neglected, soon washed out its 
dams and locks. After the close of the war an attempt was made to 
revive the coal developments. The Virginia Coal Company was re- 
organized under the name of the Peytona Cannel Coal Company and 
re-opened its mines at Peytona. The river was again locked and dam- 
med and the struggle was continued for ten years, then abandoned. 
Recently, the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway has been extended to these 
points and the property is under lease and several companies are con- 
structing plants there. 

Coal Seams. 

West Virginia has more than sixty different seams of coal, beginning 
with the Dunkard Series XVI and running down through the Monon- 
gahela Series No. XV, Conemaugh Series XVI, Allegheny Series XIII, 
and the Pottsville Series XII. Of these sixty different seams about two- 
thirds are thick enough in different portions of the state to be work- 
able. 

Coal Producing Districts. 

Of West Virginia's total coal production about ninety per cent comes 
from five principal mining districts and nearly all of the other ten per 
cent comes from three smaller districts. The more important of these 
are the Fairmont or Clarksburg, the Piedmont or Elk Garden fields, in 
the Northern portion of the state, and the New River, Kanawha and 
Pocahontas fields in the Southern portion. 

The Fairmont or Clarksburg Field. 

The Fairmont or Clarksburg region lies principally in Harrison and 
Marion counties, the beds from which the coal is mined here belongs 



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to the Upper Productive Coal Measures. The most important bed is the 

tafcorg, which has ;m average thickness of 8 feet 6 inches, of which 

re usually mined The Waynesburg and Sewickley coals, the 

former poor and the latter good, also occur in this district and run 

from .". to in feel in thickness but arc seldom mined. The field is 

penetrated by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which furnishes trans- 

tation for the product. 

The Piedmont or Elk Garden Field. 

Piedmont or Elk Garden Held was the first to be worked in West 
Virginia, coal having been mined in this district before the state was 
Beparated from the mother state of Virginia, and also contemporaneous- 
ly with tli,. opening of the Cumberland or George's Creek field in Mary- 
land. It is a part of the deatched portion of the great coal fields lying 
in Mineral, Cant and Tucker counties, where the coal beds are some- 
what folded. The coal approaches semi-bituminous in character. Two 
Beams of coal belonging to the "Lower Productive Measures," are work- 
ed T1 " > ; "'*' known as the "E" or Upper Freeport, and the "B" or 
er Kittanlng, and range from 4 to 11 feet in thickness. Transpor- 
tation [a afforded by the Baltimore and Ohio and the Western Mary- 
land railroads. 

The New River Field. 

The New River Field as at present outlined is confined to the Valley 

River and its tributaries; the productive portions being in 

wd Raleigh counties. The coals of this district occur in the 

middle Pottsville series. The three beds which furnish the larger part 

••'' the producl are the Sewell, which runs from thirtv inches to six 

the Beckley, which runs from four feet to eight feet in thickness; 

and the Fire ''reck, which averages four feet. 

men! of the New River Coal Field began at the time of 
the completion of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway in 1873. In Sep- 
,,ml " Colonel J. I.. Henry shipped the first car of coal 

nnimont, mining the Qulnnimont or Fire Creek seam of coal. 
lv '"'"' tnIs t!l " Longdate Mine was opened at Sewell, operating 
"' ""• Sl wel] -"•■""• : ""> the Nuttallburg .Mine was opened up at Nuttall- 
burg, i in the sain,. Ream of coal. 

This district is penetrated by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, 

which follows the pass of tie New River and its tributaries and furn- 

;| for the producl for both Eastern and Western ship- 

""■"'■ Tn « Virginia Railway traverses the district along the waters of 

: "' the hea lv coal River and Guvan River, and 

fnrn1 ' asportation ror the producl to the Eastern markets. 

Kanawha Field, 
wawha Field lies Immediately weet of the New River Field 



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and includes the western portion of Fayette County, all of Kanawha 
County and a portion of Putraam County. It is drained by the Kanawha 
and Elk Rivers. The coals of this field occur at a higher geological 
horizon that those of the New River district and belong to the "Lower 
Productive" and Upper Pottsville measures. The coals are variable in 
character and thickness. The beds usually vary from three to five feet 
in thickness where mined, but in some cases reach as high as eleven feet 
or more in thickness. A considerable portion of the coal is a high- 
grade, gas-producing fuel; Kanawha gas coal having an excellent rep- 
utation for this purpose. The principal beds are designed as the North 
Coalburg, No. 5 Block, Belmont, Coalburg, Winifrede, Cedar Grove, 
No. 2 Gas and the Eagle. Transportation is furnished by the Chesa- 
peake and Ohio, the Kanawha and Michigan, and the recently construct- 
ed Coal and Coke, and the Virginian (Deepwater-Tidewater) railroads. 
The slack water navigation of the Kanawha River also affords an out- 
let to market for the Kanawha coals. 

The Pocahontas Coal Field. 

The Pocahontas Field lies in the southwestern corner of the state, 
in McDowell and Mercer counties, and extended across the state line 
into Tazewell county, Virginia. The coal mined is the Pocahontas No. 
3 Seam and runs from four to eleven feet in thickness, having an 
average thickness of over six feet. The development of this field has 
been very rapid. The first shipment of coal was made in 1883 upon 
the completion of the East River branch of the Norfolk and Western 
Railway and the opening of the first mine in the field was at Pocahon- 
tas, Tazewell County, Va., where the great No. 3 Pocahontas Seam 
reaches its maximum thickness. 

In 1892 there were nineteen collieries shipping from the district, 
with an average daily capacity of 11,7 45 tons of coal. In 1909 there 
were ninety-eight mines in the field. During the last few year? a large 
amount of development has been done in the Pocahontas No. 4 and the 
Welch beds and the shipments from these beds have reached an impor- 
tant character. All of these occur near the bottom of the Pottsville 
series. 

The New River and Pocahontas coals are of a high-grade, semi- 
bitnminous variety and one of the purest coals occuring in the United 
States. 

The Norfolk and Western Railway penetrates this field and the pro- 
duct is shipped both east and west on said railway. The Virginian 
Railway also runs through a portion of said field. 

Other Fields. 

The other fields include the coals of Big Sandy in Mingo County, in 
the southern portion of the state, and the coals on the Guyan River in 
Logan County, both of which are merely a continuation of the Kana- 
wha Field. 



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Diagram. 

I have prepared a diagram showing coal sections; graphic chart of 
coal mined; different seams worked and their analysis. From this 
diagram we tin<] that in the sections of the different coal seams, exist- 
ing in West Virginia, there are about sixty seams, of which more than 
two-thirds are of workable thickness. This diagram also shows a graphic 
chart of the coal production from 1863 to 1910 for the past forty- 
eight years. The total amount, of the coal production is 592,170,110 
net tons, or less than one per cent of the total coal in our state. Thus 
we have scarcely begun mining, and our mining industry is still in its 
infancy. 

The chart also shows the analysis of the different coals mined. 

Different Seams of Coal. 

The following are the numbers of the different seams of coal worked 
in West Virginia during the year 1909 

SEAMS NO. OF MINES. 

( I ) Sewickley 3 

I - ) Redstone 4 

(3) Pittsburg 145 

i I ) Elk Lick 2 

1 5 I Barkerstown 3 

i 6 I Mahoning and Masontown 4 

I 1 > Freeport, (Upper & Lower) 60 

I B I Kit tanning, (Uper and Lower 36 

(9) No, 5 Block 31 

(10) Bielmont 9 

• 11) ('oalburg 41 

(12) W'inifrede & Black Band 48 

(13) Thacker 13 

(14) Cedar Grove 6 

(15) Peerless 2 

(16) No. 'J Gas 86 

'I7i Powellton & Brownstown 5 

I Eagle , 24 

(19) Little Eagle 1 

11 84 

I Welch 37 

1 Beckley and War Creek 29 

I Fire Creek '. 29 

(24) Pocahontas N'n. 6 1 

1 Pocahontas No. t 15 

Pocahontas No. 3 82 

Tf i f il 800 



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Mining Department. 

The Mining Department was created in 1883 to provide a more effi- 
cient system of mine inspection and has been productive of good, and it 
will not be denied that, if this Department will permit itself to be di- 
rected by conservative influence and associate itself with men full of 
constructive ability and select as its corps of assistants, capable and 
earnest district mine inspectors, it can do effective work for the pre- 
servation of the lives of coal miners. The economic mining of coal, the 
vonservation of the great West Virginia naural resources, and many 
lessons and records of this kind may be left for the benefit of coming 
generations, especially of those who may be following the mining of coal 
for a livelihood. 

Examination of Mine Foremen. 

By many who are not familiar with coal mines, we are often asked 
the question: "Why is it that we have recently established a Board 
for the purpose of examining mine foremen, fire bosses, etc." Our 
answer to such questions has been: "By these examinations we are 
taking a broad view of bettering the conditions generally, and outlin- 
ing a method of education that will not only benefit the person ex- 
amined, but the operators and stockholders as well. The joint propo- 
sition in the creation of the Department of Mines is safety to workers 
in coal mines, and the protection of property. We further believe that 
in holding these examinations, where a general diffusion of ideas is 
given and the ways and means to eliminate dangers are discussed it 
cannot but help improve the general knowledge of the mine foremen 
and the fire bosses." 

In our experience in holding these examinations we have found that 
where a man has refused to submit or subject himself to these exam- 
ination?, it has been proof to us that he both feels incompetent and is 
not interested in the work in which he is engaged, and for that reason, 
unrler no circumstances should he be permitted to remain in charge of 
mine?: nor be permitted to have in his charge the health and lives 
of the men and bnys who are working out a livelihood for themselves 
and those depending upon them. He is also incapable to care for the 
valuable property under his charge. Such a man, with more boldness 
than kindness, wirh more audacity than sense, has brought misery and 
suffering to those under his charge; has made many homeless widows 
and orphans, and has imposed upon many innocent investors. These 
examinations are held for the sole purpose of weeding out all such per- 
sons and placing in their stead more capable and efficient men. 

To the credit of the operators of the state of West Virginia, we come 
to the front gracefully and in full appreciation of all that it means to 
the Department of Mines, and make this statement: that, whether in 
direct or indirect harmony with the statutes of the state, a question as 
to the law has not been asked, which alone proves the high standard 



42 An <i [W. Va. 



ol the well thinking, Intelligen rceful men and operators, who 

In charge ol our mies. No better compliment can be paid them 
than to Bay thai they not only i y requirement of the min- 

ing law, us it reads, but have left it Ear behind. The sanitary con- 
dition of the mines of the state as a whole will bear inspection and 
prove to a doubting world the veracity of the statement, when I say 
thai we have conditions in the mines of West Virginia that are not ex- 
celled \>\ any coal producing country of the world. 

To undervalue the harmony between the two different mining fra- 
ternities of the state, namely: the Mine Inspectors; and the mine 
officials, — mine superintendents, mine foremen, fire bosses, etc., — is 

en done by the ignorant and unreflecting, parading a proof of the 
ineJ] preciation of the work that has been done by these two fraternities 
and further is a reflection upon the most remarkable and economic 
• in of the state. 

The mining industry is a most important field of acivity in West 
Virginia and its products alone have made it possible for us to obtain 
the materials which directly and indirectly have so rapidly increased 
oil'- population and our general financial standing before the world. 

Conditions of the Mines. 

The condition of the mines in the State of West Virginia a few years 

a as such that they did not comply with the requirements of law, 

consequently, much dissaisfaction arose from time to time between the 

miner, mine foreman and the operator, and later between the Mine 

ind the management of mines. The many magazines and 

different periodicals published throughout the country on the subject of 

coal mining have done much to obliterate this dissatisfaction and har» 

monize the feeling between the Department and Mine officials, and 

have disseminated such an amount of practical and scientific knowl- 

tinenl to mining, as has worked wonders in an economical and 

tiflc manner; and, as the majority of men in charge of coal mines 

in West Virginia are all students of mining, this has enabled us to 

pace With si ter states and countries along these lines. The 

changes and dlfferenl methods that have been installed in the mines 

or this state during the pael few years speak for themselves the won- 

il revolutions that have taken place and the progressive spirit that 

among the mining fraternity of the state. w e do not today 

the crude method- of determining the physical condition 

ir mines as we did in years pone by, but have kept pace with the 

Inmenta of this and other countries, and we now have an- 

the mine air in all intakes and returns to determine the dan- 

and quantities that may be present. 

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We have hydrometric readings taken in our mines to tell whether or 
not the mine air contains enough moisture to destroy our most deadly 
enemy, coal dust, and render it inert and harmless. 

Many leading mining men in other countries do (not take the same 
precautionary measures as are taken in the mines of West Virginia, 
particularly in such Instances as might be mentioned in regard to mine 
Some consider a mixture of explosive gas that does not exceed 
cent as not being too dangerous, while we consider anything that 
r.a half per cent being dangerous, and immediately take 

measures to make it even less so. Our safety measures are in porpor- 
tion of ten to one safer than in those states and countries that are as 
lenient as stated above, and while some may imagine that we are go- 
[ng from one extreme to another, we still believe that we would rather 
be rigid and on the strict side of safety than be lenient and take chances 
lion. 
The world of science has for some years been directing much effort 
to Improve the condition of the farmer, the physician, the surgeon, etc. 
No business of profession however, of a commercial magnitude has 
been given more consideration by those interested than has coal min- 
ing, and in this. West Virginia is not following, but is leading, as can 
be well proven by the records of recent years. With the spirit of energy, 
push, and progress that now animates the hearts of young mining men, 
there is no reason to doubt that before many years West Virginia will 
give a record to the coal mining fraternity of the world of which we 
tna\ be proud and future generations may well imitate. 

Much stimulus is given to the Mining Department by quarterly meet- 
ings which are hold at the State Capitol by all members of the Depart- 
• and the Governor of the state. General mining conditions are 
!. the best ways and means of overcoming all difficulties, and 
advice is given where it. is desired. 
Much benefit has been derived by West Virginians, and particularly 
by the Mining Department of the state, though the great work that is 
being done by the United States Government in a scientific way, and 
the President and people of this country generally are to be congratu- 
l on having such a practical scientific and competent head for the 
Bureau of Mines as Dr. J. A. Holmes, whose great work Is benefitting 
this country, but all coal mining countries on the globe. 

Miscellaneous. 

in 1897 there were two hundred and fifteen mines in operation us- 

'v f in s. eighty-seven furnaces, forty-three natural ventilation 

and five steam jets to ventilate these mines; or in other words, thirty- 

' of the mines were ventilated with fans, forty and a half 

twenty per emit natural ventilation; two and one- 

hnif per cent steam ventilation 

Tn irtoo there eight hundred mines in operation having 617 

8 furnaces; 15 natural ventilation; or in other words; 77 

e ventilated with fans; 17.3 per cent 



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45 



were ventilated with furnaces and 5.7 per cent had natural ventilation. 

The number of mining machines in operation in 1897 was 55, and in 

1910 this amount increased to 1967 an increase of nearly 400 per 

cent. 

The tonnage of coal produced in 1897 by the machines was 600,418 
and, in 1910, was 23,362,675, — an increase of nearly 400 per cent. 

The average number of days the mines worked since 1897 is 222 
and, in 1910, they worked 229 days. Since 1883 the average lives lost 
inside the mines for every 1000 persons employed was 5.43 and dur- 
ing the year 1910, was 5.61. During the year 1910 eighteen lives 
were lost by electrocution in the mines. During the year 1910 there 
were 7,907.4 acres of coal exhausted. In the same year there were 
2,008 regular inspections and 534 special visits, a total of 2,542 in- 
spections made in the mines by the Department. 

During the year 1910 there were 70,285 persons employed in and 
about the mines. During the year 1910 three hundred and twenty 
(320) persons were killed and nine hundred and forty-two (942) per- 
sons injured about the mines. 

The following is a comparison of the accidents during the years 
1897-1910: 

Fatal Accidents, their Cause, Since 1897. 



Cause 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 

Falls of roof 47 67 64 61 76 79 96 

Mine Cars 6 6 7 11 11 13 12 

Gas explosions 1 50 10 24 

Dust explosions . . 

All other causes ..,.7 2 8 11 24 18 15 

60 76 79 133 121 110 

1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 

Falls of roof 95 105 99 139 155 144 215 

Mine Cars 12 18 16 20 28 31 44 

Gas explosion 3 1 4 29 2 3 1 

Dust explosions ... 368 116 

All other causes ... 13 52 131 136 46 70 60 

TOTALS 123 176 250 324 599 364 320 

Summary of Accidents Inside the Mines 1910-1909. 



TOTALS 


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76 


79 


133 


121 


110 


147 


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1905 


1906 


1907 


1908 


1909 


1910 



1910 
Number of employes inside 
No. of days mines were operated 
No of persons kiled inside 
No. of days' work accomplished 
No. Killed per 1000 persons inside 



1909 
54,680 50,567 4,113-1 

229 192 37-1 

307 340 33-D 

12,521,720 9,708,864 2,812,856-1 
5.61 6.72 1.11-D 



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No. killed per L000 'lays work inside .0245 

No. injured non-fatal inside 855 

No. injured per 1000 employes inside 15.636 

No. injured per 1000 days' work .0603 
No. of inside employes for each fatality 

inside 187 148 30-1 
(I. Means Increase, D. Means Decrease.) 

Tonnage per Fatality. 

Since the year L883 the average tons of coal produced per each 
fatality have been 144,481 tons, including 1910, which is 171,738 tons 
per fatality. At those mines where fatal accidents occurred there was 
an average of one life lost for each 80,139 tons of coal produced. 

The total of 307 lives lost inside during the year occurred at 216 
mines employing 25,554 persons and producing 24,602,612 gross tons 
of coal, while at all other mines there were produced 28,321,096 gross 
tons of coal without the loss of a single life inside the mines. 

Safety Powder and Solid shooting. 

Various brands of safety or permissible powders have been employed 
in quite a number of the mines throughout the state where explosive 
gases are generated to any extent, and also in those mines that are dry 
and dusty. Their use has been made compulsory where such conditions 
exist. 

Shooting coal on the solid has been nearly eliminated throughout 
the state, except where permission has been given by the district mine 
Inspectors, when in their judgment the character of the coal and the 
mining conditions will allow it to be done with a reasonable degree 
ifety under such conditions and restrictions as they prescribe. No 
permission is given under any circumstances where, in their judgment, 
the conditions are favorable to the initiation of a dust explosion. 

There was only one life lost during the year by a gas explosion. Not 
a Bingle life was lost during the year by reason of coal dust being ex- 
ploded. There were, however, nine other explosions that were caused 
by ""' Premature explosion of shots, and the ignition of kegs or flasks 
<>f blasting powder or other explosives. 

Palla of '""'' : "" 1 '" ;i1 ; ""1 accidents from mine cars have been the 

chief factors la causing a large majority of the accidents in the mines 

™tlgatlons as to the accidents from these two causes demonstrate 

thai 66 per cent of them were due to contributory negligence on the 

Pari ol either the persons killed or Injured or some other person and 

• '"" lM " of h:iv •'• ,l,l, '< 1 at all if only ordinary care had been taken 

to prevenl them. 

Strlcl discipline vigorously enforced by the mine officials would re- 
'•'"'• the number of accidents from these causes at least 50 per cent 

In conclusion, I wish to thank tin- President and the Secretary of the 
We . Virginia Coal Mining Association, and each member, for the many 



)10] Department of Mines. 47 



courtesies shown the Mining Department in helping to better the min- 
ing conditions of our state and in bringing about harmony and co- 
operation between this Department and the operators, for without this 
co-operation we would not have been able to obtain the success that 
we have. "We hope that during the next year we may have your co- 
operation and that we may still lessen the fatalities and accidents in 
West Virginia. 

EXAMINATION OF MINE FOREMEN AND FIRE BOSSES. 

The positions of Mine Foreman or Fire Boss in coal mines are very 
important ones as the lives and health of the men employed in the 
mine depends to a great extent upon the actions and qualifications of 
the men holding these positions, and in order to determine whether or 
not the lives of the persons employed in the mines of this State were 
being protected against danger, as far as possible, the Chief of the 
Department of Mines appointed a Board of Examiners to hold examina- 
tions throughout the State for the purpose of examining the men em- 
ployed in such positions and those aspiring to same. 

The examinations were conducted by a Board appointed for this 
purpose. The examination questions were all entirely practical, such 
as any Mine Foreman or Fire Boss could answer without difficulty, 
were he qualified to hold such position. 

The results of these examinations have been beneficial to the Mining 
Fraternity of the State in many ways. 

FIRST: It places men in charge of the mines who are qualified to 
handle them with safety to persons and property. 

SECOND: It has aroused the persons interested in this line of busi- 
ness and set them to work on studying mining conditions thoroughly 
therefore, qualifying them to more intelligently perform their duties. 

In this connection the Department wishes to thank the Operators 
throughout the state for their hearty co-operation and support in the 
management of these examinations. We have heard many expressions 
throughout the state, commending the good results of these examina- 
tions and the Department feels that no better course could have been 
persued to safeguard the persons employed. 

The examinations were held at the following places: 

Mt. Hope Oct. 6-7, 1909. 

Bluefield Oct. 13-14, 1909. 

Clarksburg Oct. 20-21, 1909. 

Elkins Oct. 27-28, 1909. 

Charleston Nov. 3-4 1909. 

Bluefield Mch. 9-10, 1910. 

Wheeling Mch. 16-17, 1910. 

Fairmont Mch. 23-24, 1910. 

Elkins Apr. 6-7, 1910. 

Glen Jean Apr. 27-28, 1910. 

Beckley May. 11-12. 1910. 



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Logan May 18-19, 1910. 

Charleston May 25-2 6, 1910. 

As will be seen from the above dates and places the examinations 
have been held in the most centrally located places for convenience 
to those employed in the mines and each was thoroughly advertised in 
advance so that each man desiring a certificate of competency, could 
attend. 

At these examinations there was a total of 1,62 9 applications and of 
this number 852 were successful, as follows: 

470 ,. .First Class. 

351 Second Class. 

31 Fire Boss. 

It will be seen from the above table that nearly 50 per cent of the 
men holding and aspiring for those positions were not qualified and by 
placing qualified men in these positions it can readily be realized that 
by permitting certified men only to hold these positions, how material- 
ly it reduces the chances of fatal accidents in and around the mines. 



THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST SHOWING THE NAMES AND AD- 
DRESSES OF THOSE TO WHOM THIS DEPARTMENT HAVE 
ISSUED CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCY. 

FIRST CLASS CERTIFICATES. 

NAME. ADDRESS. 

Atkinson, C. W Worth, W. Va. 

*Aschough, James L Carlisle, W. Va. 

Ashcough, Wilson , Carlisle, W. Va. 

Armstrong, James Kyle, W. Va. 

Atkinson, Eugene McDowell, W. Va. 

Anderson, Jno. C Rivesville, W. Va. 

Ash. W. F Fairmont, W. Va. 

Ash - B. G Watson, W. Va. 

♦Alexandria, James Minden, W. Va. 

Allenbaugh, M. F Sun, W. Va. 

Askey, T. S , Furlow, W. Va. 

Baisden, J. H. Jr Chattaroy, W. Va. 

Brabfoin, William PriCe H ill, W. Va. 

Bulmer, John G. . Olmsteo, W. Va. 

on, Michael Scarbro, W. Va. 

•Barrett, Harry Landgraff, W. Va. 

Barrett, T - H , Landgraff, W. Va. 

Bailey, E. W Durhing, W. Va. 

Beddow, Geo. J Logan, W. Va. 



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Brown, John Fairmont, W. Va. 

Bambridge, Wm Coalwood, W. Va. 

Barrett, L. L. Riley, W. Va. 

Brooks, C. A Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Bucy, George Kingmont, W. Va. 

Bowles, J. F iCrumpler, W. Va. 

Blake, J. A. Kanawha Falls, W. Va. 

*Brennen, Edward P Sun, W. Va. 

Blocksidge, W. H Junior, W. Va. 

Boyle, James C Kimberly, W. Va. 

Burchett, G. C Motoaka, W. Va. 

Brim, C. H Worth, W. Va. 

Bowles, Jno. F Crumpler, W. Va. 

Bralley, S. G Gilliam, W. Va. 

Brooks, H. J Godfrey, W. Va. 

Bowling, H. Switchback, W. Va. 

Booth, C. L. Vivian, W. Va. 

Brown, D. W Ennis, W. Va. 

Baldwin, J. C. McComas, W. Va. 

Booth, J. R Vivian, W. Va. 

Brown, Lloyd W Wheeling, W. Va. 

Bissell, Harry R Century, W. Va. 

Brown, Walter Monongah, W. Va. 

Brown, Robert A Farmington, W. Va. 

Benglass, William Farmington, W. Va. 

Bretzman, Elmer R Grant Town, W. Va. 

Blakesmith, U. B Interstate, W. Va. 

Boydoh, S. J Monongah, W. Va. 

Brown, Melvin Monongah, W. Va. 

Brown, E. D. Farmington, W. Va. 

Brown, G. B Fairmont, W. Va. 

Bridge, W. P Tunnelton, W. Va. 

Brennan, M. H. , Glassport, Penna. 

Boyd, Robert Caperton, W. Va. 

Brabbon, Ralph Scarbro, W. Va. 

Burns, John Red Star, W. Va. 

Beard, Frank Riley, W. Va . 

Brown, Joseph Holden, W. Va. 

Brazeal, Thomas Switchback. W. Va. 

Coles, Albion Bluefield, W. Va. 

Cooper, S. S Whipple, W. Va. 

Clark. John Yukon, W. Va. 

Campbell. J. C Gilliam, W. Va. 

Coburn, A. G Wilsonburg, W. Va. 

Carlin, T. H Hansford, W. Va. 

Chambers, Anthony Price Hil, W. Va. 

Cunningham, L,. A Berwind, W. Va. 

Cooper, J. H Sun, W. Va. 

Coalter, Donald L Albert, W. Va. 






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Gockburn, Ed Pemberton, W. Va. 

Coffer, Geo. W War Ea S le > W - Va - 

Clark, David A Kimball, W. Va. 

Coonev, John Ennis > W - Va - 

Campbell, T. S Landgraff, W. Va. 

Courtney, Bland Middleton, W. Va. 

Cotrill, Lee Berryburg, W. Va. 

Capet, Edward Farmington, W. Va. 

Currant, M. A Fairmont, W. Va. 

Coleman, B. S Oakmont, W. Va. 

Cuthbertson, John H. Fire Creek, W. Va. 

Cuthbertson, Walter Rush Run, W. Va. 

Coalter, M. B Glen White, W. Va. 

Conway, Tirener Beckley, W. Va. 

Custred, U. K Sewell, W. Va. 

Cosgrove, Thos. J Carbondale, W. Va. 

Cockburn, Evan Carbon, W. Va. 

Cox, John J Mucklow, W. Va. 

Dixon, Ceo. W Carlisle, W. Va. 

Davis, David Grant Town, W. Va. 

*Drinnon, Peter Hallsville, W. Va. 

Darby, D. W Rodgers, W. Va. 

Davis, John T. . Mabscott, W. Va. 

Dixon, Fred iScarbro, W. Va. 

Dennen, T. B Pocahontas, W. Va. 

Daugherty, T. N Flanagan, W. Va. 

Davis, Wm Pocahontas, Virginia. 

Dalton, J. M McDowell, W. Va. 

Dillard, C. W .Landgraff, W. Va. 

Donaldson, J. P i Grant Town, W. Va. 

Donlin, Robert Watson, W. Va. 

Donnelly, Robert Wabash, W. Va. 

Davis, Harley Weaver, W. Va. 

Dillon, James Whipple, W. Va. 

Deviese, J. E Hill Top, W. Va. 

Da vies, David Jno Rush Run, W. Va. 

Deveney, Wm. H .* Elkhorn, W. Va. 

Davis. W. E Glen White, W. Va. 

Dickson, John . . .Black Betsey, W. Va. 

DavlP, Geo. L. Holden, W. Va. 

Epperley, Lamar Pocahontas, Virginia. 

Evendoll, David Red Star, W. Va. 

Evans, Zack Sun, W. Va. 

♦Evans, W. R Monongah, W. Va. 

Erskine, Robert Gentry, W. Va. 

English, Ben H Matoaka, W. Va. 

Est^p. J. W. . Carlisle, W. Va. 

Evans. David Jacksonville, W. Va. 

•Errington, Jno Scarbro. W. Va. 



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Evans, G. D Glen White, W. Va. 

Evans, Jno. R Sprague, W. Va. 

Easton, Andrew Red Star, W. Va. 

Ferry, George Kimball, W. Va. 

Fitzsirumons, Thos. W Kyle, W. Va. 

Flanigan, E. J. Kimball, W. Va. 

Farrow, G. T Anawalt, W. Va. 

Fame, W. P English, W. Va. 

Frazier, Danl. H Big Four, W. Va. 

Fitzpatrick, Owen Carlisle, W. Va. 

Foley, B. R McComas, W. Va. 

Freeman, Mike Glendale, W. Va. 

Ford, L. M. Independence, W. Va. 

Fetty, S. R Fairmont, W. Va. 

Fortney, Geo. F Kingmont, W. Va. 

Froman, Steve Gentry, W. Va. 

Fink, W. S Mabscott, W. Va. 

Fenwick, Wm Sun, W. Va. 

Fenwick, Chas Sun, W. Va. 

* Grainger, James Scarbro, W. Va. 

Greer, A. W Landgraff , W. Va. 

Gent, James H. Glen Alum, W. Va. 

Golden, James Minden, W. Va. 

Grawtham, J. A Elkhorn, W. Va. 

Gallimore, J. A Pageton, W. Va. 

Gates, Charles M. Elbert, W. Va. 

Gleason, Thos Baxter, W. Va. 

Green, Joseph Braxter, W. Va. 

Gross, Adam Shinnston, W. Va. 

Gatian, G. F Arden, W. Va. 

Gandy, Charles McWhorter, W. Va. 

Oandy, T. P. . Monongah, W. Va. 

Griffith, Walter Fairmont, W. Va. 

Griffiths, E. L Newburg, W. Va. 

Gaskill, C. Hays Fairmont, W. Va. 

Gordon, Edward Lawton, W. Va. 

Gregory, Dill Big Four, W. Va. 

Henry, Jacob S Partaye, Penna. 

Hale, Samuel Wevoca, W. Va. 

Hair, John .... Stanaford, W. Va. 

Harron, Wm Sun, W. Va. 

♦Halsem, Wm. Sr Cranberry, W. Va. 

Hughes, James H Mannering, W. Va. 

Harvey, T. V Newburg, W. Va. 

Hanford, Joseph Bretz, W. Va. 

Harvey, J. A ; ■ Killsythe, W. Va. 

Humphrey, Jno Newburg, W. Va. 

Hawkshaw, S. E Thomas, W. Va. 

Harvey, W. F Newburg^ W. Va. 



Annual Repobt of [W. Va. 



Howell. H. C. Burnwell, W. Va. 

Holmes, John ficarbro, W. Va. 

Hulme, Henry Kimball, W. Va. 

Holm, A. J Elbert, W. Va. 

Horns, James Tug River, W. Va. 

Hughes, C. C Gilliam, W. Va. 

Hall, Walter Godfrey, W. Va. 

Hylton. Bent C. Vivian, W. Va. 

Hauck. J. E Pocahontas, Virginia. 

Heatherman, James McComas, W. Va. 

Hall, John Wellsburg, W. Va. 

Hall, H. T Farmington, W. Va. 

Hawkins, E. M Meadowbrook, W Va. 

Humphries, Geo. L Hiorra, W. Va. 

Hacker, X. H Dola, W. Va. 

Harr. D. M Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Hold worth, B. F Watson, W. Va. 

Hindson. Frank Oswald, W. Va. 

Harless. W. L. Mt. Hope, W. Va. 

Hall, Alfred McDowell, W. Va. 

Huff. C. L Winding Gulf, W. Va. 

Hewett, Wm Glen White, W. Va. 

Holmes. W S Charleston. W. Va. 

Ervin. George Maybeury, W. Va. 

Jones, Edwin Pocahontas, Va. 

Jones. W. A Carlisle, W. Va. 

Johnson, J. P Ennis, W. Va. 

Johnson, G. R. W Flemington, W. Va. 

Jennings, Jno. T Shinnston, W. Va. 

Jenkins, J. A. Clarksburg, W. Va. 

* James, W. E Carbon, W. Va. 

Jenkins, Richard Albert, W. Va. 

Jenkins. Alfred I Albert, W. Va. 

James. Jess Maybeury, W. Va. 

Jar kson. L. H Kimball, W. Va. 

Jenkins, Oliver Simpson, W. Va. 

Jarrett, Wm. Kingmont, W. Va. 

•Johnson, Wm. D Scarbro, W. Va. 

Jones, A. R Raleigh, W. Va. 

KVrshew. C Elkhorn, W. Va. 

Knauff. C. M .Tod, W. Va. 

King. A. J Pocahontas, Va. 

Keesling, W. S Eckman, W. Va. 

Kitchen. F. R Chattaroy. W. Va. 

Kinp. C. H Monongah, W. Va. 

Kirkindall. O. P. Shinnston, W. Va 

Kin?. C. L Gypsy, W. Va. 

Kilroy. Jno. W Oakmont, W. Va. 

Kellerman, Fred lvogan, W. Va. 



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Kerr, Peter . Rawl, W. Va. 

Laing, David Cranberry, W. Va, 

*Lewis, Lewis Kilsyth, W. Va. 

Lewis Uriah Berwind, W. Va. 

Laughton, Jno. M Wilcoe, W. Va. 

Lynch, Jno. F Powhatan, W. Va. 

Lowe, Joseph Montcalm, W. Va. 

Lax, G. W Hoiden, W. Va. 

Leslie, Elmer E. Sharon, W. Va. 

Lane, A. P Boyler, W. Va. 

Lindley, John Minden, W. Va. 

Lilly, W. A. Big Sandy, W. Va. 

Logan, J. F Algoma, W. Va. 

Lynch, John Powhatan, W. Va. 

Leeper, Marsh Farmington, W. Va. 

Lewis, Lew Monongah. W. Va. 

Lough, F. Grofl Farmington, W. Va. 

Ix>ve, Ernest Berryburg, W. Va. 

Lucas, D. H Anstead, W. Va. 

Lambie. R. M Rush Run, W. Va. 

Lacy, Jas. J Minden, W. Va. 

Lightfoot, T. H Beth, W. Va. 

Lively, Emmet Scarbro, W. Va. 

Lindley, Adam Tarns, W. Va. 

Lambie, Robert Sun, W. Va. 

Loftus, H. R Beckley, W. Va 

Lee, F. M Terry, W. Va. 

Musgrave, Jas. H (Tien Jean, W. Va.' 

McCrickard, Joseph Elkhorn, W. Va. 

Morton, R. J Macdonald. W. Va. 

Morton, W. E Concho. W. Va. 

Montgomery, J. W Goodwill, W. Va. 

McParland, Michael Rlodgers. W. Va 

McParland, Thomas Gary. W. Va. 

Merrell, Roy Welch. W. Va. 

Maurice, Jno East Vivian, W. Va. 

Miller, Walter Glen Falls, W. Va. 

McOlvin, E. P Meadowbrook. W. Va 

McAlinden, Peter Watson, W. Va. 

Morgan, Thomas Red Star. W. Va. 

McKenzie, N. A. Elbert. W. Va. 

Morgan, A. V Adamston. W Va. 

McCallister, J. A Lookout, W. Va. 

Manley, M. V Boyard, W. Va. 

McLeery, James East Bank. W. Va. 

Moran. Geo. L Wright. W. Va. 

McMillan, Wm Red Ash. W. Va. 

Massing, Jno Thacker. W. Va. 

Moomaw, O. N Hiawatha. W. Va 



4 Annual Retort of [W. Va. 



Meadewell. J. R Switchback, W. Va. 

Miller, J. H. Stuart, W. Va. 

Minter, Ernest C Giatto, W. Va. 

McFarlone. Wm Big Sandy, W. Va. 

Mjatisz, Steven Maybeury, W. Va. 

Martin, W. H Worth, W. Va. 

McCann, T. W Maybeury, W. Va. 

McGinnis, James Eckman, W. Va. 

McCabe, Chas. E Moundsville, W. Va. 

Murray, Isaac Glendale, W. Va. 

Murphy, Jas. B Baxter, W. Va. 

Maze, C. A iHaywood, W. Va. 

McGraw, P. J Monongah, W. Va. 

Malcolm, O. M Red Rock, W. Va. 

Myers, W. E Watson, W. Va. 

Mitchell, M. B Fairmont, W. Va. 

Myers, William Homer, Fairmont, W. Va. 

Mondy, Garfield Volga, W. Va. 

McMurdo, A. B Century, W. Va. 

Mothers, William Henry, W. Va. 

Mackey, Thomas Sun, W. Va. 

Martin, J. A. Anstead, W. Va. 

Mason. Thomas Glen Jean, W. Va. 

Maroney, Thomas E Minden, W. Va. 

McHugh, F. J Glen White, W. Va. 

Maynor, J. T Herberton, W. Va. 

Mitchell, Samuel Smithers, W. Va. 

Mandt, W. F Longacre, W. Va. 

McGillerroy, Alex Fayette, W. Va. 

Maruney, E. L. . Kayford, W. Va. 

Nisbet, W. B Rush Run, W. Va. 

Nisbet, James Cranberry, W. Va. 

Nicholson, Edward Kimball, W. Va. 

Nelson, A. L. |Sun, W. Va. 

Nuzum, Jesse H Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Nahodil, Lewis Gentry, W. Va. 

•Nunn, S. S Switchback, W. Va. 

Nnrri«. Thomas Landgraff, W. Va. 

Oldham. L. W Landgraff, W. Va. 

Orell, Joseph Wheeling, W. Va. 

T. E Wabash, W. Va. 

Pinknoy. W. E Denver, Colorado. 

Pritrhard, John Vivian, W. Va. 

Parke. William B Whipple. W. Va. 

Pelter, Isaac Stuart, W. Va. 

Pearman. W. M Maybeury, W. Va. 

Peel, John Frostburg, Maryland. 

Price. H. L Coopers, W. Va. 

i 11. Joslah H Granttown, W. Va. 



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Porterfield, Jno. C Raleigh, W. Va. 

Pattern, F. C Elk Garden. W. Va. 

Phillips, J. E Stuart, W. Va. 

Pack, Irwin Switchback, W. Va. 

Parker, D. N Olmsted, W. Va. 

Pritchard, Wm. E Godfrey, W. Va. 

Pitman, I. M Rodgers, W. Va. 

Pill, Walter Weaver, W. Va. 

Powell, Jno. E iParrall, W. Va. 

Price J. M Macdonald, W. Va. 

Prentice, William Export, W. Va. 

Quenon, Max E , Farmington, W. Va. 

Richmond, Jno. E. . Riley, W. Va. 

Reid, H. J Mayheury, W. Va. 

Riley, M. J Logan, W. Va. 

Robertson, Jno. G Elmo, W. Va. 

Rice, Henry Red Star, Wl Va. 

Riggleman, W. B , Thomas, W. Va. 

Ross, J. M Coco, W. Va. 

Roup, Allen Elkhorn, W. Va. 

Roach, Luther R Maybeury, W. Va. 

Rogers, W. E. '. Vivian, W. Va. 

Rhodes, C. H Switchback, W. Va. 

♦Reynolds, James T Stewartsville, Ohio. 

♦Reynolds, Sim Stewartsville, Ohio. 

Robinson, P. B Meadowbrook, W. Va. 

Roush, Wyatt P Adamston, W. Va. 

Rodtka, G Fairmont, W. Va. 

Rodger, James Monongah, W. Va. 

Reamer, L. V Grant Town, W. Va. 

Reed, H. W Beryle, W. Va. 

Roberts, Richard Henry, W. Va. 

Roberts, William Thos Thomas, W. Va. 

Robertson, E. J Prudence, W. Va. 

Rhodes, J. W Wright, W. Va. 

Reppert, William Lanark, W. Va. 

Sidewell, Chas. E Fairmont, W. Va. 

Shearer, Jno. T Raleigh, W. Va. 

Steen, W. H Minden, W. Va. 

Smedley, Geo Riley, W. Va. 

Shorthouse, Joseph Kaymoor, W. Va. 

Scott, George Scarbro. W. Va. 

Sturm, Arthur Dearing, W. Va. 

Smith, Geo. B Keystone, W. Va. 

Scott. T. M Berwind, W. Va. 

Sharp, Frank A Holden, W. Va. 

Simms, W. P. Holden, W. Va. 

Sturm. L. T Kimball, W. Va. 

Sweeney, John Derrydale, W. Va. 



Annual Rkpobt of [W. Va. 



Shufflebarger, J. W Maybeury, W. Va. 

Sharp, J. Roy Glen Jean, W. Va. 

Stockdale, Thomas Carlisle, W. Va. 

Shank, J. M Eckman, W. Va. 

Smedley, Geo. B Riley, W. Va. 

Smith, J. A Albert, W. Va. 

Steen, William H Minden, W. Va. 

Sanford, G. E Marting, W. Va. 

Segman, Chas Thacker Mines, W. Va. 

Sexton, M. A. . . , Eckman, W. Va. 

Smith, William M Switchback, W. Va. 

Smith, T. F Vivian, W. Va. 

Smith, Jan es Keystone, W. Va. 

Sale, Howard C Olmsted, W. Va. 

Smith, J. O Vivian, W. Va. 

Sanford, W. H Pocahontas, Va. 

Scott. Geo. R Ashland, W. Va. 

Smith, Joseph Hallsville, W. Va. 

Simpson, R. C Wheeling, W. Va. 

Stewart, William Independence, W. Va. 

Smith, Thomas Enterprise, W. Va. 

Stevens, John Monongah, W. Va. 

Smith, IT. R Morgantown, W. Va. 

Shaffer, Godfrey Berryburg, W. Va. 

Shaw, A. A Berryburg, W. Va. 

Stanton, P. J Thomas, W. Va. 

Stuart, Arthur Thomas, W. Va. 

Stuart, Robert G Thomas, W. Va. 

♦Spoor, Stanley Glen Jean, W. Va. 

Scott, John g un> -W. Va. 

Selkirk, Samuel Beury, W. Va. 

Stinnett. Chas Scarbro, W. Va. 

Scott, W. J Scarbro, W. Va. 

Seacrist, T. H Vlona, W. Va. 

Scott, C. W. ... McDowell. W. Va. 

Slusher, E. E Clrtsville, W. Va. 

Stewart, James Mucklow, W. Va. 

Thomas. H. P. Sullivan, W. Va. 

Truax, E. B Cora, W. Va. 

Thurmond, W. R Macdonald, W. Va. 

Thomas, Jas. G English, W. Va. 

Teasdalp. Peter Switchback, W. Va. 

T rail. J. T Switchback, W. Va. 

Taylor. H. H Ennis, W. Va. 

Trick^tt, J. E Fairmont. W. Va. 

Toothman, Glenn R Beechwood, W. Va. 

Thomas, D. R . Watson, W. Va. 

Thomas. H. P. , Newlyn. W. Va. 

•Todd, C. W Scarbro. W Va 



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Thompson, W. H Boomer, W. Va. 

Vernon, P. C Monongah, W. Va. 

Virgin, J. B. Jr Plymouth, W. Va. 

Victor, J. D Monongah, W. Va. 

Vincent, E. G Shinnston, W. Va. 

* Watson, William Scarbro, W. Va. 

Watkeys, W. H Glen Jean, W. Va. 

Warrne, Jno. W. Kilsyth, W. Va. 

Watt, Jno. M Crumpler, W. Va. 

Weldon, Thos. E Northfolk, W. Va. 

Week, A. B Holden, W. Va. 

William, J. H Welch, W. Va. 

Worrel, Joseph Coalwood, W. Va. 

Wedgwood, J. W Glen Jean, W. Va. 

Williams, Edward Century, W. Va. 

Werner, Chas. D Fairmont, W. Va. 

Wood, C. G Dry Branch, W. Va. 

Walton, Chas. . Matewan, W. Va. 

Wilson, Geo. E Gary, W. Va. 

Woodrum, H. A Longacre, W. Va. 

Whitehead, J. K Maybeury, W. Va. 

Whitehead, R. S Maybeury, W. Va. 

Williams, Ed. E ' Switchback, W. Va. 

Warburton, William C Pocahontas, Va. 

Walls, Frank L Vivian, W. Va. 

Watkeys, George Carlisle, "W. Va. 

Westlake, Jerry Elm Grove, W. Va. 

Watkins, Jno. W Tunnelton, W. Va. 

Watkins, J. B. (Minor) Tunnelton, W. Va. 

Walters, Jno. K Lumberport, W. Va. 

Wilson, Robert Albright, W. Va. 

Wilhelm, Chas Grant Town, W. Va. 

Watson, F. L. (Minor) Grant Town, W. Va. 

Winning, Edward Elk Garden, W. Va. 

*Wrothwell, William Minden, W. Va. 

Wolf, Peter Beury, W. Va. 

Watson, E. T Glen Jean, W. Va. 

Williams, Odey Dunloop, W. Va. 

Wattis, Thos. J Sprague, W. Va. 

Wiley. Lawrence \. .Mabscott, W. Va. 

Webb, F. J. . Sprague, W. Va. 

White, James P Raleigh, W. Va. 

Woods, Harry T Minden, W. Va. 

Woody, C. P Twin Branch, W. Va 

Tost, John M Gilliam, W. Va. 

Yost, F. M McDowell, W. Va. 

Young James T Farmlngton, W. Va 

Zinn, H. D Tunnelton. W Va 



Annual Report of LW. Va. 



SECOND CLASS. 

Alsoji, Joseph Benwooti, \V. Va. 

ArtiB, W. 11 Alatewan, W. Va. 

Anderson. Frank Bretz, W. Va. 

Ackerman, William Vivesville, \V. Va. 

Arniontrout, J. W Montgomery, W. Va. 

Bumpus, Chas. J Charleston, W. Va. 

Bailey, Ed Holden, W. Va. 

Beveridge, George lrona, W. Va. 

Bolen, G. H Ethel, W. Va. 

Barnard, O. T Richard, W. Va. 

Beverige, R. R Morgantown, W. Va. 

Brown, R. A Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Brewer, E. L Crown Hill, W. Va. 

Biddison, C. L Longacre, W. Va. 

Boyd. H. C Red Jacket, W. Va. 

Bray, B. F Freeman, W. Va. 

Booth, G. T Matewan, W. Va. 

Brooks. G. Albert Worthington, W. Va. 

Brooks, Frank Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Burrluck, Thos Hutchinson, W. Va. 

Barrick, R. L Elk Garden, W. Va. 

Burk, G. W Garmonia, W. Va. 

Brown, D. S Lawton, W. Va. 

Brown, James Hughey, W. Va. 

Bolen, J. E Ethel, W. Va. 

Barlow, R. B. Logan, W. Va. 

Baumgarner. Geo. F .New Haven, W. Va. 

Blythe. H. H Thayer, W. Va. 

Brogan. M. J Twin Branch, W. Va. 

Blake, C. H Putney, W. Va. 

Burgraf, J. M Coalburg, W. Va. 

Branham, J. W Olcott, W. Va. 

Burke. J. E Powelton, W. Va. 

Blount. Jno. W Putney, W. Va. 

Ballard. W. II. Nabob, W. Va. 

Burke. T. M Mucklow, W. Va. 

r ° hh - R. Tl Wickham, W. Va. 

Claytor, R. G Chattaroy, W. Va. 

Clark. Jno. A Fairmont, W. Va. 

Childs, V. Lowell MtClare, W. Va. 

Cowley, C. H. Plymouth, W. Va. 

Criphton, Wm. Jr Hansford, W. Va. 

' '"' n ■"'• B. S Oakmont, W. Va. 

Coxgrove. Thos. J Carbondale, W. Va. 

Campbell, J. M Gamoca, W. Va. 

Carver. Jno. E Eagle, W. Va. 

Coffpy, J. K War Eagle, W. Va. 



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Cross, H. H Tunnelton, W. Va. 

Cook, Geo. R Austen, W. Va. 

Coburn, Milton Everson, W. Va. 

Condry, John Coalton, W. Va. 

Carman, C. W Oswald, W. Va. 

Crickmer, W. D Beckley, W. Va. 

Campbell, M. P iRiley, W. Va. 

Cooper, A. O Ethel, W. Va. 

Castle, Geo Stone Branch, W. Va. 

Cook, F. M Logan, W. Va. 

Conway, H. B Boone, W. Va. 

Clendenen, G. W Olcott, W. Va. 

Clendenen, Frank Olcott, W. Va. 

Calderwood, Andrew Putney, W. Va. 

Carey, George Dorf ee, W. Va. 

Campbell, S. B Vivian, W. Va. 

Charles, Harry Ward, W. Va. 

Chamberlain, C. E. Fire Creek, W. Va. 

Davis, J. H Weaver, W. Va. 

Davis, D. B ' . . . Cascade, W. Va. 

Dobbs, E. E Winifrede, W. Va. 

Donnelly, P. J Baxter, W. Va. 

Dawson, F. E Hiorra, W. Va. 

Deahl, U. G Hiorra, W. Va. 

Doolittle, U. G. Gypsy, W. Va. 

Dorsey, Louis E. Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Davis, James O Everson, W. Va. 

Davis, A. C Harding, W. Va. 

Dooley, T. C McComas, W. Va. 

Dawson, James Meadow Creek, W. Va. 

Dooley, D. S Page, W. Va. 

Deem, Henry, Boomer, W. Va. 

Daniels, H. M Red Warrior, W. Va. 

Elby, Ernest Monongah, W. Va. 

Earnest, J. A MacAlphin, W. Va. 

Evans, Albert A Everson, W. Va. 

Evendoll, P. B MacAlphin, W. Va. 

Edwards, Sam . Hartford, W. Va. 

Elswick, John Boomer, W. Va. 

Flynn, B. L Morgantown, W. Va. 

Fowler, C. J Wilsonburg, W. Va. 

Foreman, Jno. F Thomas, W. Va. 

Farrand, E. P Cannelton, W. Va. 

Frazier, Jno. W Handley, W. Va. 

Forloine, R. A Anstead, W. Va. 

Fraser, J. R. ... .Nuttallburg, W. Va. 

Forbes, Ed Donwood, W. Va. 

Fields, Robert Raymond City, W. Va. 

Fultz, C. C Eskadale. W. Va. 



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Annual Repobt of 



[W.Va. 



Foster, Ed Standard, W. Va. 

Gantz, William . Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Gaskil], C. Hays Fairmont, W. Va. 

Green, J. A Mucklow, W. Va. 

Gandy, Floyd Masontown, W. Va. 

Guy, George Elkhorn, W. Va. 

Gentry, J. Kenna Scarbro, W. Va. 

Gates, Earl H G . ary> w Va 

Gate*, Darwin R Oar^ w Va 

Gates, Jno. W Elbert, W. Va. 

Garrett, R. M Tunnelton, W. Va. 

Girod, Fernando Gyspyi w Va 

Gandy, Melton C. Shinnston, W. Va 

Grissinzer, J. C Vanetta, W. Va. 

Gearhart, A. F Laurel Creek w Va 

Gallian > H - E Logan, W. Va. 

Griffiths, C. E olcott> w Va 

Goodwin, J. A. . Carbon, W. Va. 

Green, Albert Lewiston, W, Va. 

Golden - P - F , .East Bank, W. Va. 

Gl11 ' R - U Thomsburg, W. Va. 

Glover, Edward . Eventon, W. Va. 

Gosnay, W. T. Carbon w Va 

Hunt, Edgar B. Wickham, W Va. 

Hastings, Jno. W Concho, W. Va 

Hemmings, D. D Eskadale, W. Va. 

Henderson, L. E Chiefton, W. Va. 

Howe11 ' L - R Burnwell, W. Va 

£ al1 ' T - M Freeman, W. Va.' 

" anna ' H - T Pageton, W. Va. 

Honaker, H. H Ashland, W. Va. 

Hurley - M - ° English, W Va. 

Hamrack, Allen McDowell. W Va 

Horchler, F. W Austen, W. Va. 

" e ! S - W " 1 Scottdale, W. Va. 

" ub 1 er " H - S Mt. Clare, W Va. 

" e f ns ' H - C Junior, W. Va. 

Holyman, Joseph Harding, W. Va. 

Huddle. Newt Favette w Vft 

" anna ' R - B Clarmont, W. Va. 

' OI>e - Ed SulHyan, W. Va. 

Mrf> f garB Wickham, W. Va. 

* Urt « J - W Wickham. W. Va. 

Har R raves. J. W Brm!an w Va 

" enry - P H Fayette. W. Va 

Heggins, Chas Dubree w Va 

minKS - Jamee Lewiston, W. fe 

Hess, L. F tt _i » T «. ■« ~ 

TT ' Hawks Nest. W. Va. 

Huffman - J ' L Oak Hill. W. Va. 



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Humphries, C. R Brillian, W. Va. 

Harrison, D. K ' Hartford, W. Va. 

Hysell, H. B Putney, W. Va. 

Haws, J. W Danna, W. Va. 

Haney, W. T Masontown, W. Va. 

Harris, John Elmo, W. Va. 

Hornsby, Lewis Elkridge, "W. Va. 

Hughes, C. A. Carbon, W. Va. 

Hall, Lester Sharon, W. Va. 

Holliday, C. M Edmond, W. Va. 

Irving. C. R. . . Widemouth, W. Va. 

Jarrett, George iShinnston, W. Va. 

Jones, Edward W Irona, W. Va. 

Johnson, C. H Beechwood, W. Va. 

Jarrett, Geo Shinnston, W. Va. 

Jeffreys, J. L Belington, W. Va. 

Johnson, L. P Harvey, W. Va. 

Johnson, J. W Coopers, W. Va. 

Johnson, D. F . .Raleigh, W. Va. 

Jones. C. W Cora, W. Va. 

Jones, F. H Austin. W. Va. 

Johnson, Charles Big Chimney, W. Va. 

Johnson, Van D ThomsTmrg, W. Va. 

Jepson, H. A Villa, W. Va. 

Johnson, Henry Mucklow, W. Va. 

Jenkins, Lee Carbondale, W. Va. 

Kelly, Henry H. War Eagle, W. Vp. 

Kendrick, Geo Watson, W. Va. 

Kenney. Jno. J. Elk Garden, W. Va 

Knott, P. H Albert, W. Va. 

Kirk, R. C Kilsyth, W. Va. 

Kuhn, J. B. Rile*. W. Va. 

~-~>ese, R. T Godfrov W. Va. 

Kann. R. H Hutchinson, W. Va 

Kernedy, James Shrewsbury, W. Va. 

Ke^ns, Frank Tomsburg, W. Va. 

Lovern, T. C McDowell, W. Va. 

*Lambie, Robert Rush Run, W. Va. 

Lynch, John Powhatan, W. Va. 

Lindley, Adam Price Hill, W. Va. 

Little. J. R Maybeury, W. Va. 

Lewis, Sam Lewis, W. Va. 

Leonard, J. P Wheeling, W. Va. 

Larew, C. L Hiorra, W. Va. 

Lesuer, J. E Lawton, W. Va. 

Lewis, W. D. Jr Carbondale, W. Va. 

McKinnon, Andrew Winona, W. Va. 

McNally, J. P Elk Garden. W. Va. 

"Mason. Thos Glen Jean, W. Va. 



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McPherson, Fiauk Anawalt, W. Va. 

Mclntire. Oliver Tyrconnell M., W. Va. 

Miller, J. L Enterprise, W. Va. 

Moore, Floyd, M Middleton, W. Va. 

Morrison, iohb Fairmont, W. Va. 

Metheny, Joseph Mt. Clare, W. Va. 

McNeil, Jno Farmington, W. Va. 

.vloore, W. J Hutchinson, W. Va. 

Malone, \V. N Montana Mines, W. Va. 

Meek, 3. O. ... Thomas, W. Va. 

MoNally, J. P Elk Garden, W. Va. 

Mackey. Dennis J. Sun, W. Va. 

Miller, D. W Mahscott.W. Va. 

Malcolm, W. H Sullivan, W. Va. 

McQuade. P. I Doug Out, W. Va. 

McGinnis, W. L. Ft. Branch, W. Va. 

Murray, Edw. Clure Logan, W. Va. 

Murphy, A. R Austin, W. Va. 

Montague, Richard Winona, W. Va. 

McDaniel, G. D. Stone Cliff, W. Va. 

Mc:\!illan, John Gentry, W. V*. 

Mandt, Fred Henshaw, W. Va. 

Morris, Wm. H. Monarch, W. Va. 

Martin. W. T Harewood, W. Va. 

Michie E. L Longacre, W. Va. 

Massy, L. D Acme, W. Va. 

McMillan, Saml. Fayette, W. Va. 

Morns, Danl Ronda, W. Va. 

Miller, W. S Vaughan, W. Va. 

•Norris, William ....'. Landgraff, W. Va. 

Nugen, John Pratt, W. Va. 

Nutter, L. D Ronda, W. Va. 

On' .Ichr Dunnloop, W. Va. 

Ohlinger, John Winona, W. Va. 

Phillips, J. G. Scarbro, W. Va. 

Price, Bascom Williamson, W. Va. 

Price, E. W Hemphill, W. Va. 

Powell, W. H Yukon, W. Va. 

Persons, Albert K Everson, W. Va. 

i'ninty, Jno Everson, W. Va. 

Pollock, Thomas Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Powell, ( '. D Ocean Mine, W. Va. 

Price, J. M Macdonald, W. Va. 

Peter? H. E Lawton, W. Va. 

Phelps, D. H Raleigh, W. Va. 

F.if « Ick, Lee Tomsburg, W. Va. 

]>f'. R. G Acme, W. Va. 

Pavne, L. M Elk Ridge, W. Va. 

Peters, S. M Claremont, W. Va. 



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Parctll, C. A Export, W. Va. 

Pearse C. A Nabob, W. Va. 

Reeves, W. F Thomas, W. Va. 

Roberts, Wm. D Richard, W. Va. 

Russell, Bert Monongah, W. Va. 

Rooney, M. J Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Rogers, W. W. Wabash, W. Va. 

Riley, W. F Coalton, W. Va. 

Ruloff, F. W Elmo, W. Va. 

Roskey, H. C Ethel, W. Va. 

Rhodes, L. D Fayette, W. Va. 

Richards, D. W Winifrede, W. Va. 

Reiter, Jno Mason, W. Va. 

Riggs, W (Bower, W. Va. 

Ross, D. B Mammoth, W. Va. 

Scott, R. L Elbert, W. Va. 

Sebastian, W. H , New Thacker, W. Va. 

Stevens, E. M Logan, W. Va. 

Snyder, Jas. Wm Holden, W. Va. 

Stephens, W. L Logan, W. Va. 

Smallwood, W. E Monongah, W. Va. 

Stewart, C. B , Hansford, W. Va. 

Sydnor, L. W. (Only 3 yrs. Ex.) Carbon, W. Va. 

Sneed, Robert A Cedar Grove, W. Va. 

Smith, Frank Freeman, W. Va. 

Sheetz, E. M Elk Garden, W. Va. 

Spruce, G. H. P Charleston, W. Va. 

Stevens, J. T Williamson, W. Va. 

Simpkins, E. H Godfrey, W. Va. 

Shrewsbury, J. W Hiawatha, W. Va. 

Swisher, U. G Catowba, W. Va. 

Spencer, T. R i. ... .Tunnelton, W. Va. 

Starr, Claud Bretz, W. Va. 

Spencer, A. B Irona, W. Va. 

Seaton, Lee Fairmont, W. Va. 

Shomo, Opha Junior, W. Va. 

Seeman, David S Fayetteville, W. Va. 

St. Clair, W. P Sprague, W. Va. 

Stone, Wm. H Mabscott, W. Va. 

Smith, H. L. (Only 6 mo. Exp.) Holden, W. Va. 

Sloan, Ollie Holden, W. Va. 

Shanks, J. H Raleigh, W. Va. 

Santrock, Chas. R Plymouth, W. Va. 

Smith, Wilson Stanaford, W. Va. 

Sims, C. E. Lancing, W. Va. 

Sims, Jas. W Lancing, W. Va. 

Spradling, Geo McClannahan, W. Va. 

Spencer, Oscar Smithers, W. Va. 

Smith, James Clifton, W. Va. 



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Smith, 6. W Scotford, W. Va. 

Stone, Geo, C Dry Branch, W. Va. 

shawhan, J. H Nabob, W. Va. 

Siu U . Eo Greenbrier, W. Va. 

Jibbitts, Joseph Beryl, W. Va. 

Tiiomas, William L. Winfield, W. Va. 

i abor, A. M Chattaroy, W. Va. 

Thompson, J. C Fairmont, W. Va. 

Thomas, J. L. Interstate, W. Va. 

Thomas, T. W Holden, W. Va. 

"j homas, S. L Quick, W. Va. 

Toler, W. A Oswald, W. Va. 

Taylor, J. T. Cedar Grove, W. Va. 

Utt, Andrew Clanahan, W. Va. 

Vancoy, O. M ... .Adamston, W. Va. 

Villers, Nathan Watson, W. Va. 

Vickers, C. H Holden, W. Va. 

White, T. B. McDowell, W. Va. 

Wilson, Ben B • Logan, W. Va. 

Wales, Wade C Weston, W. Va. 

Wilson, W. S. . . Harding, W. Va. 

Wattis, Thos. J Slab Fork, W. Va. 

'Williams, J. H. Vivian, W. Va. 

Waddell, Alex Dobbin, W. Va. 

White, J. F Handley, W. Va. 

Weddington, Scott Yukon, W. Va. 

Wallace, J. E Moundsville, W. Va. 

Wright, T. T Monongah, W. Va. 

Wright, Geo. W Hiorra, W. Va. 

Watson, Geo. L Boyard, W. Va. 

Wilson, J. A Harding, W. Va. 

Wilson, W. S Harding, W. Va. 

Williams, Galford Anetead, W. Va. 

Walker, H. L Mabscott, W. Va. 

Williams, J. H Freeman, W. Va. 

Wood, J. H Lawton, W. Va. 

Wioodyard, Jno. S Giatto, W. Va. 

Willfong, H. Fred Beckley, W. Va. 

Wilson, William Logan, W. Va. 

AH Hers, W. H Ethel, W. Va. 

Wils-on, R. M Logan, W. Va. 

Wcstcnholme, James Mabscott, W. Va. 

Williams, E. L Putney, W. Va. 

Woody, O. D. . . , Twin Branch, W. Va. 

Wolf, Robert Bretz, W. Va. 

WHsh, J. F Longacre, W. Va. 

W>isch, William Mammoth, W. Va. 

Wall, Geo. T Acme, W. Va. 

Waters, D. L Mucklow, W. Va. 

WilFon. W. E. Edmond, W. Va. 



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FIRE BOSS. 

Booth, T. L Vivian, W. Va. 

♦Brabbin, William Price Hill, W. Va. 

Brooks, G. Albert Worthiwgton, W. Va. 

Benarilis, George Century, W. Va. 

Blades, William . Cranberry, W. Va. 

Cope, William Fun, V\\ Va. 

Cooney, Chas. Funis. W Va. 

Duckmore, Dan . Eikhurn, W. Va. 

Davis, W. J Monongah. W. Va. 

Donoboe, John Century, W. Va. 

Essing, Cbarl Kc-A T eehen, W. Va. 

Girod, Paul Adolpbus Watson, W. Va. 

Golia, Joseph Thomas, W. Va. 

Haslm, William Jr Cranberry, W. Va. 

Haslam, James Minden, W. Va. 

Hess, L. F .... Hawksncst, W. Va. 

Jenkins, Robt. Elvt'iton, W. Va. 

McMillan, Jno. M Sun, W. Va. 

McHugh, John Glen. White, W. Va. 

*Nor.ris, Wulliam Landgraff, W. Va. 

Odham, L. W Landgiaff, W. Va. 

Owens, E Red S.ar W. Va. 

Pckas, John Century, W. Va. 

Ph:.U. ! ps, A. B Five Creek, W. Va. 

Powell. David . Parrel], W. Va. 

Shandor, John Baxter, W. Va. 

Stewart, W. H Fecks, W. Va. 

Williams, John Henry vivi&n, W. Va. 

Wattis, William Wickham, W. Va. 

White, TV os. B. McDowell, W. Va. 

White, W. F McDowell, W. Va. 

Note- — * Preceeding a name indicates the party was not a citi- 
zen of the United States. 



Cfi 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



OIL PRODUCTION OP WEST VIRGINIA AS REPORTED BY THE 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, WASHINGTON, D. C, FOR 

THE YEARS 1902 TO 1909 INCLUSIVE. 





Regular crude. 


Lubricating crude. 


Total. 




i .-ar. 


Price 






Price 




Price 


Quantity Value. per 


Quantity 


Value. 


per 


Quantity Value. 


per 


, barrels) ; barrel. 


(barrels) 


$33,848 


barrel. 


(barrels) 


barrel. 


1902.. 13,498,685 $17,006,468 $1.20 


14,660 


$2.31 13,513,3451 $17,040,317 


SI .£61 


1903-12,893,079, 20,499,996) 1.69 


6,316 


10,536 


2.62il2,899,395 20,516,532j 1.50 


1904-. 12,636,253 20,557,550 1,627 


S,43S 


26,223 


3.11112,644,686' 20,583,7811 1.628 


190a- .11, 57.1,545 16,117,816 1.393 


4,565 


14,815 


3.2511,578,110 16,132,631 1.393 


1906.. 10,111,047 16,138,811 


1.596 


9,288 


SI ,482 


3.39 10,120,9351 16,170, 293| 1.598 


1907— 9,069,839 15,834,714 


1.74 


5,457 


17,714 


3.25 9,095,296; 15,852,428 1.743 


1908..' 9,519,875 16,902,966 


1.775 


3.301 


S.897 


2 70 9,523,1761 16,911,865! 1.779 


1909— '10,742,026! 17,034,335 1.642 


3.066 


7,948 


2. 59|10, 745,0921 17,642,283' 1.642 



Fairmont, W. Va., June 2, 1910. 
Hon. John Laing, 

Chief of Department of Mines, 

Charleston, West Virginia. 
Dear Sir: — I have made an inspection of Jamison No. 7 Mines, at 
Barrack ville, W. Va., on May 30th, of which report has been sent you. 
Today I have revisited this mine and find conditions the same as re- 
ported. This mine is in the earlier stage of development and the farth- 
erest places from shaft to be ventilated are within about 500 feet of it. 
A large new fan is being installed, but will not be in operation for a 
month at least. Today, 30,75 cubic feet of air entered the shaft, 
however, this is not sufficient to dilute the gases as my safety lamp 
showed from two to three per cent of gas in the whole "South split and 
1 1-2 per cent in North Split". The air is well distributed to the Work- 
ing faces, and the fan is run to its capacity. Wolf safety lamps, com- 
pressed air punchers and permissible explosives are used exclusively. 
96 per cent moisture in mine workings. There are competent mine 
foremen in charge and the Jamison Coal Company is doing all they 
can to get the new fan in operation. 

J have tried several times today to speak to you over phone, but 
failed. 

As there is no shooting done while men are in the mine, please ad- 
vise, as to whether or not you would consider this mine in a condition 
unsafe to be operated. 

Very respectfully yours, 

KARL F. SCHOEW, 

Mine Inspector 1st. District. 



1910] Depaktment of Mines. 67 



Charleston, W. Va. f June 6th, 1910. 
Mr. Karl F. Schoew, 

Mine Inspector, 

Fairmont, West Virginia. 
Dear Sir: — Replying to your favor of June 2nd, relative to the in- 
spection of Jamison No. 7 mine at Barracksville, W. Va., May 30th, and 
to the condition in which you found said mine as per the report sent 
to this office. You state that on re-examination of the mine that you 
find the conditions the same as reported on previous visit. The report 
indicates that the mine is generating gas very freely. To such an ex- 
tent that you consider it to be in a dangerous condition and ask to be 
advised as to wheeher in our opinion we believe that it is unsafe to 
operate such mine under existing conditions. While it is true that the 
mine generates gas very freely, yet the precautions that are being taken by 
the operating company to give so far as possible, adequate protection 
to the persons employed in the mine and this protection being the best 
that can be done under the circumstances to secure immunity from ac- 
cident from the dangers that they have to contend with and inasmuch, 
as the current of air now passing around the working faces are far in 
excess of the demands of the law, we believe that it would not be wise 
to impose any additional hardships upon the said operating company, 
more than what is reasonable when it is taken into consideration as 
we believe, that with the precautions that are being taken there is no 
immediate danger that has not been provided for to the utmost extent 
by said company. And beleiving further that as the shooting of the ; 
coal is done when all the men are out of the mine, except the shot 
firers, we are of the opinion that the danger has been minimized to the 
greatest possible extent. We are further of the opinion that with a 
volume of air of 30,750 cubic feet per minute circulating around the 
working faces, that the air is traveling at a velocity sufficiently high 
to prevent any accumulations of gas in dangerous quantities or to such 
an extent as would be likely to initiate an explosion, and further believ- 
ing that if this volume of air was increased to a greater velocity that it 
would rather tend to increase the danger, rather than diminish it. 
Frokn the fact that if there was by any possible concourse of circum- 
stances any accumulation of gas that the increased velocity would be an 
increased danger in passing the explosive mixture through the gauze 
of the safety lamp and that therefore, the remedy in this case would 
be worse than the disease. However being perfectly convinced in our 
mind that no dangerous accumulation of gas can exist under the pres- 
ent conditions of ventilation, we believe that we would not be justified 
in closing down the mine. Yet in order to secure perfect safety as far 
as possible, I would suggest that you recommend to the management, 
that the Shot Firer shall commence to fire the shots at the point near- 
est to the return and that he allow a sufficient length of time to elapse 
between the firing of each shot as will permit all of the smoke to be 
cleared away before firing the next shot. And also to see that there is 
no accumulation of dust in the vicinity where shots are being fired 
as would make it possible for the shot to ignite said dust and that only 



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day tamping or some other incombustable material be used in the tamp- 
Ing of the hole, and that no holes shall be bored on the solid and that 
no coal be permitted under any circumstances to be blasted off the 
solid and also that this Shot firer must be a thoroughly competent! 
•..nil by reason of experience and intelligence to perform this work. 
In addition to the above I would suggest that you recommend that 
some person be especially designated to notify the men in the mine in 
case of Btoppage of the fan for any cause whatever and whose duty it 
shall be, should the fan be stopped to at once proceed to notify the men 
in the mine to come out immediately. With all these precautions being 
taken, together with the fact that the best grade of permissible ex- 
plosives are used exclusively in blasting the coal as well as the moisture 
of the air being nearly at the complete saturation point, we are of the 
opinion that every reasonable precaution has been taken to secure 
safety to the persons employed in the mine. And that therefore, we, 
under all of the circumstances believe that the mine can be operated 
with the assurance that every precaution has been used to safeguard 
the lives and health of the persons employed therein. 

It is understood that with all the other precautions named above, 
that the fan must be run continuously DAY AND NIGHT arod INCLUD- 
ING SUNDAYS and that should from any cause whatever it be found 
necessary to stop the fan, that the men be immediately withdrawn 
from the mine and not permitted to return thereto until the fan has 
been put in operation and the ventilating current restored to such an 
extent as will remove any possible accumulations of gas that may have 
generates during the stoppage of the fan and before the men are per- 
mitted to return have an examination made of all the places to see that 
they are perfectly safe. 

Yours very truly, 

JOHN LAING, 
Chief of Department of Mjnes. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. 
United States Geological Survey, May 16, 1910. 



LIST OI PERMISSIBLE EXPLOSIVES 
Tested Prior to May 1<>, 1910. 

The following list of permissible explosives, tested by the United 
States Geogolical Survey at Pittsburg, Pa., is hereby published for the 
benefit of operators, mine owners, mine inspectors, miners, and others 
interested. 

I in- conditions and test requirements described in Explosives Cir- 
cular No. 1. issued under date of May If., 1909, have been followed in 
all subsequent tests. 



11)101 



Department of Mines. 



69 



Subject to the provisions named below, a permissible explosive is 
defined as an explosive which is in such condition that the chemical and 
physical tests do not show any unfavorable results; which has passed 
gas and dust gallery tests Nos. 1 and 3, as described in Circular No. 
1; and of which, in test No. 4, 1 1-2 pounds (680 grams) has been 
fired into the mixture there described without causing ignition. 

PERMISSIBLE EXPLOSIVES TESTED PRIOR TO MAY 16TH, 1910. 

(Those reported in Explosives Circulars Nos. 1 'and 2 are marked*.) 



Brand . 


Manufacturer. 




•Aetna coal powder A __ . 


\etna Powder Co., Chicago, 111. 




* Aetna coal powder AA._ _ 


Do 




*Aetna coal powder B 


Do. 




*Aetna coal powder C 


Do. 




Aetna coal powder D 


Do. 




*Bituminite No. 1 


Jefferson Powder Co., Birmingham, Ala. 




*BIack Diamond No. 3 


Illinois Powder Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo. 




*Black Diamond No. 4 


Do. 




*Carbonite No. 1 


E. I. Du Pont de Nemours Powder Co. , Wilmington, 


Del. 


*Carbonite No. 2 


Do. 




*Carbonite No. 3 


Do. 




Oarbonite No. 4 


Do. 




*Carbonite No. 1-L. F 


Do. 




*Carbonite No. 2-L. F 


Do. 




*Coalite No. 1 — 


Potts Powder Co., New York City. 




*Coalite No. 2-D. 


Do. 
Keystone Powder Co., Emporium, Pa. 
Do. 




*Coal special No. 1 




*Coal special No. 2 




Coal special No. 3-B 


Do. 




Coal special No. 3-C 


Do. 




*Collier powder No. 2a 


sinnarnalionnig Powderq Manufacturing Co., Emp 
Pa. 
Do. 


3rtum, 


'Collier powder No. 4a.. . . 




"Collier powder No. 5a 


Do. 




Detonite special ... 


The. Delonile Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 




Eureka No. 2-L. F _. 


G. R. McAbee Powder and Oil Co. , Pittsburg, Pa. 




*Giant A low-flame dynamite 


Giant Powder Co., (Con.), Giant, Cal. 




*Gian.' B oWilanie dynamite 


Do. 




*Giant C low-flame dynamite... 


Do. 






V. 1. Du Pont de Nemours Powder Co. , Wilmington, 


Del. 


Kanite A 


W. H. Blumenstein Chemical Works, Pottsville, Pa. 


*Masurite M. L. F 


Masurite Explosives Co., Sharon, Pa. 




♦Meteor A X X Ob 


E. I. Du Pont de Nemours Powder Co. , Wilmington, 


Del. 


*Mine-ite A .. _ _ .. _. .. 


Burton Powder Co., Pittsburg, Pa. 




*Mine-ite B . . . .. .. 


Do. 

E. I. Du Pont de Nemours Powder Co. , Wilmington, 




*Monobel No. lb 


Del. 


Monobel No. 2 . 


Do. 
Do. 

War-lark Titanite Explosive Co., Corry, Pa. 




Monobel No. 3__ 




Titanite No. 3-P 




Trojan coal powder A .. 


Tioian Powder Co., Allentown, Pa. 




*Tunnelite No. 5. _ .. 


G. R. McAbee Powder and Oil Co., Pittsburg, Pa 




♦Tunnelite No. G. 


Do. 




*Tunnelite No. 7 


Do. 




'Tunnelite No. 8 , 


Do. 




Tunnelite No. C-L. F _. 


Do. 




Tunnelite No. 8-L. F . 


Do. 









a On retest composition found to bo the ssnie as Collier dynamite No I Collier dyna- 
mite No. 4, and Collier dynamite No. 5, respectively. Change of brand name authorized 
April 5, 1910. 

b On retest composition found to be same as Meteor dynamite and Monobel, re- 
spectively. Change of brand name authorized May 14, WO. 

Provided: 

1. That the explosive is in all respects similar to sample submitted 
by the manufacturer for test. 



70 Annual Repobt of [W. Va. 



2. That No. 6 detonators, preferably No. 6 electric detonators 
(double strength), are used of not less strength than 1 gram charge, 

consisting by weight of 90 parts of mercury fulminate and 10 parts of 
potassium chlorate (or their equivalent), except for the explosives 
"Detonite special," "Hecla No. 2," "Kanite A", and "Masurite M. L. 
F.," for which the detonator shall be of not less strength than 1 1-2 
grams charge. 

3. That the explosive, if frozen, shall be thoroughly thawed in a 
safe and suitable manner before use. 

4. That the amount used in practice does not exceed 1 1-2 pounds 
(6S0 grams), properly tamped. 

The above partial list includes all the permissible explosives that 
have passed these tests prior to May 16, 1910. The announcement of 
the passing of like tests by other explosives will be made public imme- 
diately after the completion of the tests. 

With a view to the wise use of these explosives it may be well in 
this connection to point out again certain differences between the per- 
missible explosives as a class and the black powders now so generally 
used in coal mining, as follows: 

(a) With equal quantities of each, the flame of the black powder is 
more than three times as long and has a duration three thousand to 
more than four thousand times that of one of the permissible explo- 
sives. The rate of explosion also is slower. 

(b) The permissible explosives are one and one-fourth to one and 
three-fourths times as strong and are said, if properly used, to do 
twice the work of black powder in bringing down coal; hence only half 
the quantity need be used. 

(c) With 1 pound of a permissible explosive or 2 pounds of black 
powder the quantity of noxious gases given off from a 6hot averages 
approximately the same, the quantity from the black powder being 
less than from some of the permissible explosives and slightly greater 
than from others. The time elapsing after firing before the miner 
returns to the working face or fires another shot should not be less 
for permissible explosives than for black powder. 

The use of permissible explosives should be considered as supple- 
mental to and not as a substitute for other safety precautions in mines 
where gas or inflammable coal dust is present under conditions indi- 
cating il anger. As stated above, they should be used with strong 
<!< mnators, and the charge of the explosive used in coal mining should 
not exceed 1 1-2 pounds, and in many cases need not exceed 1 pound. 

JOSEPH A. HOLMES, 
Expert in Charge Technologic Branch. 
Approved, May 1 9, 1910. 

GEO. f»TIS SMITH, Director. 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 
UNITED STATES GEOLIGIOAL SURVEY 

George Otis Smith, Director. 



Mine Rescue Work. 

The mine-rescue station represents one of the most recent efforts 
made by the Government to reduce the number of fatal accidents in 
mines, and it is but one feature of a general study of the causes of 
mine disasters now being undertaken by the Geological Survey at the 
mine-accidents station in Pittsburg, Pa. 

This humanitarian work was started in July, 1908, by authorization 
of Congress, which appropriated $150,000 for this purpose, after four 
explosions in coal mines in December, 1907, costing 700 lives. These 
disasters startled the entire country and led to a general inquiry into 
the death rates among miners in the United States. Statistics gather- 
ed by the United States Geological Survey showed 2,061 miners killed 
and 4,800 injured in the coal mines in 1906, and 3,125 killed and 5,800 
injured in 1907. The death rate for 1907 was 4.86 for every 1,000 men 
employed. In 1908, 2450 men were killed, or 3.60 in every 1,000 em- 
ployed, a reduction of 675 in the number of deaths from 1907. 
European coal-producing countries show death rates in mining as low 
as 1 in every 1,000 men employed and not more than 2. In other 
words, for every man killed in European coal mines from two to four 
are killed in the mines of the United States. Since 1889 more than 
30,000 miners have been killed in the United States. The lower death 
rate in European countries is due to the establishment of government 
testing stations for the investigation of problems relating to safety in 
mining, including the use of explosives. 

The principal work at the Pittsburg station consists of testing ex- 
plosives to determine their safety w'hen fired in the presence of ex- 
plosive gas or coal dust, and much progress has already been made in 
this work. It is the purpose of the Government to continue the tests 
of explosives until certain of them can be recommended to state min- 
ing bureaus, coal-mine owners, and miners as reasonably safe. 

The principal mine-rescue station in the country is situated at Pitts- 
burg, in the center of the greatest coal field in the world. A second 
station has been established at the University of Illinois, taking care 
of investigations in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Iowa, northern Mis- 
souri, and western Kentucky. Another station has been established 
at Knoxville, Tenn., to cover Alabama, Tennessee, Virginia, eastern 
Kentucky, Georgia, and southern West Virginia. Other stations will 
be established at or near the greater centers of accidents. Perhaps one 
will be located at Raton, N. Mex., to take care of the work in New Mex- 
ico, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, and Montana. A station has also been 
suggested at Salt Lake City, which will be central for the Utah fields 
and accessible to the Montana and the Washington fields. The coal 
fields of Oklahoma, Arkansas, and southwestern Missouri are to be 
covered by a station near South McAlester, Okla. 

Government mining engineers thoroughly trained in the use of res- 
cue apparatus have been assigned to the stations already established 



72 Annual Report of [W. Va. 



and are ready at a moments notice to go to any disaster in their dis- 
trict. Winn an explosion occurs in a coal mine, the reestablishing of 
the ventilating current is often delayed several hours, and many lives 
have been lost apparently because rescuers have been unable to ad- 
vance beyond the area where the mine was ventilated in order to find 
persons who had suffered no physical injury from the explosion, but 
who were slowly dying from inhalation of poisonous and non-life-sup- 
porting gases. With a properly equipped rescue corps wearing 
oxygen helmets many lives may be saved if the rescuers can reach the 
mine within two or three hours after the explosion. Such is the record 
at mines in foreign countries which are equipped with similar rescue 
apparatus and at mines in the United States where the apparatus has 
been brought into action within a few hours after the explosion. Sev- 
eral coal-operating companies have realized the advantages of such 
safety appliances and have installed them at some place convenient to 
their mines. Equipped with the oxygen helmets, which permit arti- 
fical breathing, the rescuers are enabled to enter a mine at once, even 
though it is filled with noxious and irrespirable gases or with smoke. 

The stations are also headquarters of the engineers for the study of 
the waste of coal in mining — one of the important problems before the 
Geological Survey — and for investigating conditions in mines which 
may be conductive to disasters from explosions or roof falls. The sta- 
tions are equipped with airtight rooms where gas can be generated. 
Coal-mining companies are invited to send to these stations picked men 
who may be trained by the government experts in the use of the oxy- 
gen hemlets. It is not the purpose of the Government to engage in 
general rescue work, but rather to supervise mine-rescue operations 
and to demonstrate this apparatus until the mining companies have 
throughly trained rescue crews at their mines. 

The Work of The Stations. 

When a mine explosion occurs within a radius permitting the trans- 
portation of apparatus from the rescue station to the scene of disaster, 
a trained rescue corps is sent in all possible haste to the mine. On 
arrival, and with the concurrence of the state mine inspectors and the 
mine owners, local miners, preferably men who have personal knowl- 

of the mine, are properly instructed in the use of the apparatus. 
Tin- rescuers, each equipped with an oxygen helmet and a portable elec- 
tric lamp, enter the mine and make an exploration for the purpose of 
finding any men who may have been overcome by the after-gases of 
the explosion. When a man is found, he is immediately taken outside 
of the mine, or to some station inside the mine where the atmosphere 
i* breathable, and there rescuers endeavor to revive him by adminis- 
terlng oxygen and by exercising his body. Each rescue corps carries 
a resuscitating cabinet, which consists of cylinders charged with oxy- 

a flexible breathing bag, flexible tube, and a hood that fits over 
• he moinii and nostrils of the patient. 

Mine Rescue Apparatus. 

Mine rescue apparatus of the compressed-oxygen type permits a 
rearing 11 to breathe naturally with little inconvenience for a 



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continuous period of two or three hours, even while surrounded by 
deadly or irritating fumes, smoke, or other irrespirable gases. The 
principal features of such an apparatus are the tanks or cylinders con- 
taining the oxygen under high pressure, absorption cans for taking up 
the oxygen exhaled from the lurngs, and a helmet or mouth attachment 
with breathing bags, which enable the person wearing the apparatus 
to breathe with ease. The foregoing features are accomplished in dif- 
ferent degrees of efficiency by different types of apparatus. At the 
Pittsburg station the various types of mine rescue apparatus are being 
tested to determine their relative efficiency. 

Without a careful study of the mechanism and function of each part 
of such apparatus and careful training in its use, no person should at- 
tempt to wear the apparatus in the dangerous atmosphere in mines 
immediately after an explosion or during a fire. Training in the prop- 
er manipulation of the apparatus is imperative for its successful use in 
mine rescue work. The apparatus is most effective when it is worn by 
persons who by training have learned to have confidence in its efficiency 
and who are also accustomed to underground work in coal mines. 

Tests of Lamps. 

Tests are being made at the Pittsburg station of all types of lamps 
used for lighting purposes within mines with respect to their safety in 
the presence of explosive mixtures of coal gas and air. The candle- 
power of all safety lamps is determined for different kinds of oil used 
in mines, and electric portable lamps are also being tested in like man- 
ner as to their candlepower and their safety in explosive mixtures of 
gas and air. The tests are made in currents of air running at different 
velocities and charged with explosive gas. 

The effect of different percentages of explosive gas on the flame of 
safety lamps is tested, and facilities are provided whereby miners, fire 
bosses, and others interested may insert safety lamps in a gallery con- 
taining small portions of explosive gas to witness the effect of the gas 
on the flame. 

Mine Accidents. 

Reports of all mine accidents throughout the United States and for- 
eign countries are collected and prepared by the staff at the testing sta- 
tion. On the occurrence of a serious mine disaster in any part of the 
United States, experienced mining engineers are sent to the scene of 
the disaster for the purpose of studying the conditions under which the 
accident may have occurred. Data procured by the engineers are 
available for the tests conducted in the artificial mine gallery at the 
testing station and within an experimental mine. 

Explosives. 

All classes of explosives made for use within mines are being ex- 
amined at the Pittsburg plant in order to determine the effect of shoot- 
ing them into coal dust, mixtures of coal dust and explosive gas, and 
explosive gas alone, and the limit charge for safety is determined on 
each class of explosives. 



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Cincinnati, O., November 10th, 1909. 
Mr. John l>aing, 

Chief of Department of Mines, 

Charleston, West Virginia. 

Dear Sir: — Persuant to your instructions, the undersigned made a 
visit to Terra Haute, Ind., in company with Mr. W. W. Hall, Agent for 
the G. D. Whitcomb Company, of Chicago, for the purpose of examin- 
ing a gasoline motor, which was manufactured by that concern. 

Leaving Charleston, November 7th, 1909, we arrived at Terra Haute 
on Monday the 8th mst. but were too late to see the motor in operation 
that day. On Tuesday, however, we had a good opportunity to see the 
motor at work under every severe service conditions. 

The mine in which we saw this motor was the lower vein, No. 1 
Mine, and is operated by the Richards Brothers of Terre Haute. 

The motor is a 6 ton, 4 cycle, or 4 cylinder machine. These cylin- 
ders are 6 1-2 inch bore and 6 inch stroke. They operate at a 
normal speed of 540 revolutions per minute. The motor is equipped 
with friction clutches, which will give a four mile per hour low speed 
and an 8 mile per hour high speed. The forward and backward mo- 
tion of the motor is also accomplished by means of friction clutches. 
The dimensions of the motor are as follows: Height above rail 42", 
width 54" and length 12' 4" over all. 

The motor in operation carries two 7 gal. gasoline tanks. These 
tanks are filled on the outside and brought into mines and attached to 
motor. The position of the tanks when attached, is in an inverted po- 
sition and is shown by the accompanying print. The tanks are set in 
the side of the frame and cannot be tampered with. They are opened 
by a needle valve, after being connected to a special union. The only 
chance for these tanks to burst open is from a side blow. You will 
note, however, that the tank is protected by a 3-8 inch metal shield, 
which will first receive the impact of the Mow. 

The motor consumes per day of eight hours about 15 gals, of gaso- 
line, which is said to be 68 to 70 degrees Baume. 

We noted the motor is equipped with two separate igniters one on 
a battery arrangement and used for starting and the other a Magneto 
which was operated by the motor in transit. 

The motor was operated entirely in the return aid current, and we 
are of the opinion that the fumes given off where the air is not af- 
terwards conducted into the working places, are not seriously ob- 
jectionable, and we see no reason why it cannot be used in the mines 
of West Virginia under similar conditions. 

The approximate cost of the 6 ton gasoline motor manufactured by 
thi.s company is $3,500.00. 

The gasoline engine cylinders in which the explosions of gasoline 
tak<s place are water jacketed. The motor has a storage capacity of 
about two barrels of water, which will last four days. 

The wheels of the locomotive are 20 inches in diameter. 

We would respectfully suggest that in the mines of West Virginia, 
in which the operating companies desire to use these locomotives, 
the\ be required to comply with the following rules: 

FIRST: That in all cases where possible, these motors be operated 



1910] Depaetment of Mines. 75 



on a return air current of a quantity per minute to be determined by 
the District Mine Inspector. 

SECOND: That the gasoline tanks be filled on the out side of the 
mine. 

THIRD: That the gasoline tanks must not be stored in the mine. 
FOURTH: The starting device must be covered. 
FIFTH: That the motorman and all others be instructed to the 
dangers incident to the handling of gasoline in a mine. 

As a general proposition, we consider this motor operated, under the 
conditions described, a much safer haulage arrangement than an elec- 
tric equipment. 

From a pecuniary standpoint, there is absolutely no question as to 
the superiorty of the gasoline locomotive over any other type. It is 
self-contained, requires no means of transmission of power, either to 
or from any other source. 

Respectfully submitted, 

( Signed) A. J. KING, 

P. A. GRADY, 
B. H. HILL, 
Mine Inspectors, W. Va. 

Fairmont, W. Va., April 11, 1910, 
Jamison Coal and Coke Co., 

Mr. Morris Head, General Superintendent, 
Fairmont, West Virginia. 
Dear Sir: — Kindly report fatal accident to Joe Faher, which occurred 
January 6, 1910. 

Also non-fatal accident of Jack Clark. Both accidents occurred at 
your No. 7 Mine. 

Enclose herewith please find two blank accident forms. Return to 
me filled out. 

Yours very truly, 

. KARL F. SCHEOW, 

Mine Inspector 1st. District. 

Fairmont, W. Va., May 9, 1910. 
Hon. John Laing, 

Chief of Department of Mines, 

Charleston, West Virginia. 

Dear Sir: — On January 6th, 1910, a fatal accident occurred at the 
Jamison, No. 7 Shaft, at Barrackville, W. Va., also a non-fatal accident 
on same date. 

The contract for sinking the shaft had been let to Mr. Stark, who has 
not as yet finished the work. Failing to receive notice of accidents. I 
have made an ivestigation as to the cause of accidents on April 6th, 
1910. You will note from the letter enclosed, that I have taken the 
matter up with Gen. Superintendent Mr. Morris Head. However, he 
has not answered my letter, nor complied with my request. At the 
time when I wrote to Mr. Morris in regard to this matter, in my opin- 
ion, (any excavation of minerals is a mine) therefore, I consider a 
new shaft; although it had not reached the coal, a mine. Further, as 
the contractors employed by coal companies to sink shafts consider 
themselves exempt from mining laws. I would like an expression of 



76 Annual Report of [W. Va. 



opinion from you on these matters. At Xo. 7 Shaft, the third shaft 
had reached a depth of 190 feet, today 36 men are employed in sink- 
ing this shaft in 2 4 hours. 

Kindly advise also, if I shall include these men in with the number 
employed inside of Jamison No. 7 mine. 

Very respectfully yours, 

(Signed) KARL F. SCHOEW, 

Mine Inspector, 1st. District. 

Charleston, \V. Va., May 13, 1910. 
Mr. Karl F. Schoew, 
Mine Inspector, 

Fairmont, West Virginia. 
Dear Sir: — I have referred your communication of May 9th, to At- 
corney-General Win. G. Conley for opinion. As soon as I receive same 
will forward you copy. 

Yours truly, 

(Signed) JOHN LAING, 
Chief of Department of Mines. 

Charleston, W. Va., May 13, 1910. 
Honorable Wm. G. Conley, 
Attorney-General, 

Charleston, West Virginia. 
Dear Sir: — Please find enclosed letter which is self-explanatory. Will 
you kindly give me your opinion relative to same. 

Yours very truly, 

(Sigr.cfU JOHN L.AING, 
Ch'"e f of Department of Mines, 

Charleston, W. Va., May 16, 1910. 
Honorable John Laing, 

Chief of Department of Mines, 
Charleston, West Virginia. 
Dear Sir: — I have before me your letter of the 13th, inst., which en- 
1 a letter to you written by Mr. Karl Schoew, Mine Inspector of 
the Firs! District, in which he states that a new shaft was being sunk 
for the purpose of taking out coal in his district, which had reached a 
depth of aboul L90 feet, where 36 men were employed within twenty- 
four hours, in sinking the same, and that a fatal accident did occur 
therein, and that this operation (the sinking of the shaft) being let 
contractor, did not come within the provisions of the mining laws 
of this state. You ask for an opinion thereon. 

I am clearly of the opinion that such an operation would come with- 
in and be BUbject to the mining laws of this state. The legal defini- 
tion of a mine is: "An excavation in the earth for the purpose of ob- 
taining minerals" Bouvier's Dictionary" . it is further said: 

"The term mine appears to be synonymous in its meaning with the 
term vein' or 'lode', and is used to Include the bed or vein of ore into 
which the pit enters, s o far as may be necessary to the working of the 
mine; ami the whole of a series of shafts and subterranean passages 
and chambers connected with it." 27 Cyc. 532. 

The Mine ]n of that district can properly require reports 



1910] Department of Mines. 77 



for accidents occurring within this shaft, and should include in his re- 
ports the men working in this shaft as employed inside of this mine. 
I herewith return you Mr. Schoew's letter as requested. 

Yours truly, 
WM. G. CONLEY, 

Attorney-General, 
By Frank Lively, Assistant. 

The folowing is part of a paper written by George W. Rice a min- 
ing engineer employed by the technological branch of the United 
States Bureau of Mines and published under the direction of the United 
States Geological Survey and is here reproduced because of the valu- 
able information to the mining interests contained therein. 

MINE EXPLOSION AND RESCUE APPARATUS. 

One of the first matters arranged for by Director Holmes was the 
purchase of various kinds of rescue apparatus used abroad for mine 
accident work. Two or more sets of each kind that are on the market 
either in this country or abroad have been purchased and are now at 
the Pittsburg station. Certain makes which have been more extensive- 
ly tested abroad have been purchased in larger lots, not only to make 
experiments with but to serve for mine rescue work. Primarily, the 
purpose of the Survey is not to undertake rescue work but to educate 
the mining public and interest coal operators throughout the country 
to establish rescue stations at individual groups of mines. All mining 
men know that promptness is of the utmost importance if life or even 
property is to be saved. In many explosions it has not been the direct 
force of the explosion which has killed, but the effects of the after 
damp. With a station accessible and a trained corps of men that could 
reach the mine within 15 minutes, or half an hour at most, a great 
many lives could be saved. For the training of selected men the Survey 
has established a training room at the Pittsburg Station. This room, 
contains a sort of mine gangway of entry with an overcast to climb 
over. There are a track and car, piles of brick to be moved, props and 
brattice cloth to be erected, dummies the size and weight of a man, 
to be carried around the entry and over the overcast in approved man- 
ner. Charcoal and sulphur is burned in salamanders to make a dense 
smoke, unlivable in without tight self-contained oxygen-carrying or 
generating apparatus. 

The men to be trained put these on, and entering the smoking room, 
go through a hard, systematic drill for as long as the apparatus is 
good for. The best kinds of apparatus are good for 2 hours before 
renewing the oxygen tank or chemicals. Records of the work per- 
formed by each man and of the apparatus used are kept for future com- 
parison and reporting. 

As an illustration of the usefulness of the helmets in fighting fire, 
the men wearing them are able to hold and direct the hose, where 
men without helmets could not have worked at all. By so doing they 
were able to put out in 12 hours what appeared to be a very serious 
fire in a large well equipped mine. 

The plan of training men in rescue work is to have always from two 



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to six men in training at the Pittsburg station. These men are sup- 
posed to stay at the station for about 2 weeks each and to devote 8 
hours per day to rescue work in the training room and to the testing 
of safety lamps. The men are selected by the coal companies and are 
sent to the station and maintained there at the expense of the coal com- 
panies. After completing their period of training at the station they 
are expected to return to their homes and there act as leaders in im- 
parting the information obtained at the station to others in their 
vicinity. 

SAFETY LAMP TESTING. — At the Pitsburg station there is a lamp- 
testing apparatus, similar to those used in the Belgian and German 
stations, for testing safety lamps in various velocities of air and vary- 
ing percentages of methane. The object of this apparatus is to test 
the behavior of the different types of safety-lamps in explosive currents 
such as might be met with in mines. 

The lamps are placed in the galery on suitable supports, and the ex- 
plosive mixture of gases drawn through the gallery at different velo- 
cities. The velocity of the current of firedamp can be varied at will, 
and the action of the lamp is tested in currents of gas moving in ver- 
tical, horizontal, and inclined directions, as the gallery is so construct- 
ed that the lamp can be placed at any angle to the current. It has 
been demonstrated that there is a vast difference in the safety and 
efficiency of safety lamps. Some safety lamps will stand the horizon- 
tal current, but on a slanting current of high velocity an explosion 
may be caused in less than 5 minutes time. 
The action of the apparatus is as follows: 

A fan draws a current of air through the apparatus, the current en- 
tering through the right end of the gallery. Gas is admitted by means 
of two branch pipes toward the right end. Through the use of the 
pressure gauges, situated at the left end of the gallery, the air and gas 
can be admitted, this being effected by introducing the gas into the air 
in many hundreds of fine streams through the perforations in the 
pipes. 

The doors on the front face of the gallery are fitted with windows 
of heavy plate glass. They allow the insertion and observation of the 
lamp. if, for example, the lamp is placed in the apparatus in the 
channH way by means of the door "B" to the right, it will be subject- 
ed to the action of a downward deflected current of gas at an angle of 
I", degreae. It at "D" an ascending or descending current affects it. 

Safety valves relieves the pressure in the apparatus wihen an explo- 
sion of the firedamp takes place. 

Various devices, are used in recording the pressure and volume of 
gas entering the gallery. 

On th.- grounds there is a large tube, 10 feet in diameter and 30 
feet long, in which tests of electric mining machines and locomotives 
in the presence of Bredamip and coal dust are being made. This gal- 
lery i- also used in making comparative tests of safety lumps in a 
quiet atmosphere and incidentally serves for the training of miners and 
foremen in requiring them to determine the percentage of methane 
nt. The proportions of air and methane in the gallery are defl- 
' known by measurement and are checked by chemical analysis of 
samples taken. 



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MINE EXPLOSIVES INVESTIGATIONS: — The testing of explosives 
for mines is of the utmost importance to coal mining. A gallery 100 
feet long and 6 feet 4 inches in diameter, constructed of boiler plate 
has been erected on the ground. At one end, there is mounted a mor- 
tar or cannon, imbedded in a mass of concrete. This simulates the 
face of an entry, the bore hole of the cannon representing the drill 
hole, and necessarily one that would cause a blown-out shot. Devices 
are arranged for introducing methane in known proportions in any 
section, this section being shut off by a paper brattice which is retain- 
ed tightly in place by suitable flanges. 

There are also movable shelves, on which coal dust can be placed 
to be tried in the presence of explosives. Safety valves have been 
placed all along the top and are left unfastened so that when ever there 
is an explosion the valves fly open on their hinges. A series of post 
holes on the side, covered with 1-2 inch glass, enable those conducting 
the experiments to witness the results from an observation house 60 
feet away. An explosive mixture of firedamp and air, or coal dust and 
air, is pumped into the cylinder and the explosive which is to be test- 
ed is shot into it from one end of the cylinder, so that the flame goes 
right into the firedamp or coal dust. Natural gas is used at this sta- 
tion for firedamp, because it corresponds very closely to this deadly 
gas. The cannon in which the explosives are placed is fired by elec- 
tricity from the observation house which is parallel with the cylinder 
itself. By means of a long narrow observation window covered by 
glass and protected by a hood, a number of persons can observe the 
effect of an explosion in the tube without injury to themselves. 

It may be stated that all coal dust of a bituminous character that 
has so far been tried, has ignited and produced a true explosion in 
the presence of a blown out shot Where black powder or dynamite has 
been used for the shot. The object in the use of the gallery is to find 
explosives that will not ignite firedamp or coal dust. 

The Director of the Survey has issued circular letters to the manu- 
facturers of the country, inviting them to send such explosives as 
they desire to have tested for their permissibility for use in mines 
containing gas, gas and dust, or dust, in dangerous quantities. 

Besides the explosives-gallery tests of explosives there are a num- 
ber of others of the explosives alone. There is a ballistic pendulum, 
which is to test the relative force of the various explosives, this being 
indicated by the relative length of swing of the pendulum. The pen- 
dulum, flame camera, calorimeter, and Bichel apparatus are standard, 
and similar in construction and use to those adopted at the British 
and other foreign testing stations. There is a flame testing apparatus, 
which consists of a vertical cannon, an enclosed dark gallery with 
dark room beyond, in which a photographic machine is placed. The 
length and duration of the flame are recorded at exceedingly short 
intervals upon a sensitive film traveling at high speed. In front of 
the film there is a lens of rock quartz used to develop the ultraviolet 
rays which characterize the heat portion of the flame. There is an ex- 
plosion calorimeter, which is to determine the amount of heat devel- 
open by the explosive. There are Trauzl lead blocks on which the im- 
pact of the higher explosives is tested, and finally one of the most im- 



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pcirtant of the labatory testing machines, the Bichel apparatus, in 
which a small quantity of the explosives in a vacuum chamber, and 
the resultant pressure and duration of same is indicated on a revolv- 
ing cylinder similar to that of the ordinary steam indicator. The 
gases resulting from the explosion are also drawn off and analyzed. 

Thai investigation into the application of electricity in mine is a 
(iying want felt by most mining men, is evidenced by discussions that 
arise at meetings of societies and institutes. Some of the subjects on 
which enlightment is particularly needed are: The defectiveness of 
ordinary insulation in mines and its rapid destruction by acid waters 
and mine air; also the question whether the enclosed types of mining 
machines are safe in the presence of fire damp; whether the various 
electrical lamps, incandescent or portable, are safe to use in the pres- 
ence of gas; and if telephones are safe to use under all conditions. 
Tnen there is the much discussed question of what voltage is wise to 
use. 

In opening to view these vistas of the work in hand, the Technologic 
Branch has many things to investigate, the ends of which cannot be 
seen, and that the difficulty which confronts the mines accident sec- 
tion in particular is to obtain results as early as the needs of the min- 
ing oi>erations of the country seem to require. 

THE DIFFERENCE BETWtEEN PERMISSIBLE EXPLOSIVES AND 

BLACK POWDER. 

Explosive circular No. 3, issued by the U. S. Geological Survey, con- 
tains the following announcement: 

With a view to the wide use of these permitted explosives, it may 
be well in this connection to point out again certain difference between 
permissible explosives as a class and the black powders now so gener- 
ally used in coal mining, as follows: 

(a) With equal quantities of each, the flame of the black powder is 
more than three times as long and has a durnation 3000 to more than 
4 000 times that of one of the permissible explosives, the rate of ex- 
plosion also is slower. 

( I) ) The permissible explosives are 1 1-4 to 1 3-4 times as strong 
and are said, if properly used, to do twice the work of black powder 
in breaking down coal; hence only half the quantity need be used. 

(c) With lb. of a permissible explosive or 2 lbs. of black powder, 
the quantity of noxious gases given off from a shot averages aprox- 
i "lately the same, the quantity from the black powder being less than 
from some of the permissible explosives and slightly greater than from 
others. The time elapsing after firing before the miner returns to the 
working face, or fires another shot, should not be less for permissible 
explosives than for black powder. 

The use of permissible explosives should be considered as supple- 
mental to and Tiot as a substitute for other safety precautions in mines 
where gas or Inflammable coal dust is present, other conditions indi- 
cating dai 

Aa stated above they should be used with strong detonators, and 
the charge of the explosives used in coal mining should not exceed 1 
1-2 lbs., and in many cases need not exceed 1 pound. 



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Department of Mines. 



81 



RATES ON COAL AND COKE FROM VARIOUS DISTRICTS IN WEST 

VIRGINIA ON THE WESTERN MARYLAND RY., TO 

THE PRINCIPAL MARKETING POINTS. 



TO 



COAL 



Combined 

Piedmrnt 

District 



West Virginia 
District 



COKE 



Combined 

Piedmont 

District 



West Virginia 
District 



GROSS TON. 



Boston, Mass 

Pt. Reading 

Pt. Reading 

Jersey City 

Pt. Richmond 

Pt. Richmond 

Pt. Richmond 

Philadelphia 

Baltimore 

Pt. Covington 

Pt. Covington 

Pt. Covington 



$2 

(1) 1 

1 

1 

(1) 1 

(2( 1 

1 

1 

1 

(3) 1 

(4) I 
1 



NET TON. 



ivindusky 

Sandusky (For reship- 

ment by lakes) 

Chicago 

St. Louis 



(a) 
(b) 



GROSS TON. 



1.45 
1.15, 

1.25 
z.05 
2.50l 



$2. 
(1) 1. 



$3.25 Net T. 



(1) 1 

(2) 1 
I 

1 
1 

(3) 1 
1 
1 



2.15 Net T. 



1.65 Gro. T. 
1.95 Net T. 
1.95 Net T. 



(4) 



NET TON. 



(a) 

(bi 



1.25 __ 
.98% __ 

1.06% : „ 
1.90„ 
2.35— 



1.65 Gro. Tv 



2.25 Net T.. 



2.65 Net T. 
2.80 Net T. 



NOTE— (1) For points inside the Capes. 

(2) For points outside the Capes. 

(3) For points in Btltimore Harbor, ir Chesapeake Bay "Inside the Chesapeake' 
Capes." 

(4) For points "Outside the Chesapeake Capes." 

(a) Applies only on Cargo coal F. O. B. cars on Dock for reshipment by Lake. 
The charge for transferring coal from cars to vessel is 5c ton of 2,000 lbs. 
and will be in addition to the above rates. 

(b) Applies only on coal F. O. B. ears on Docks to be used for fuel for vessels. 
The charge for transferring coal from cars to bunkers of vessels are as fol- 
lows, and will be in addition to above rates: 

Vessels taking coal cargoes lie per 2000 lbs. 

Vessels not taking coal cargoes 19c per 2000 lbs. 

Vessels not taking coal cargoes (when coal is wheeled aboard) 35c per 2000 lbs. 






AxNUAi, Report of 



[W. Va. 



HATES ON COAL AND COKE FROM VARIOUS DISTRICTS IN WEST 
VIRGINIA ON THE C. & 0. RY. TO THE PRIN- 
CIPAL MARKETING POINTS. 





COAL 


COKE 


TO 


Kanawha 
District 


New River 
District 


Kanawha 
District 


New River 
District 


Toledo, 0. 

nati, o. 

Chicago, ill. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Milwaukee ^proper), wis 

Hamilton, o. _ 

Springfield, <>. 

Dayton, 0. 

Lima, t). 

Newport-News, (proper/ Va.— 


$1.25 

l.OC 
1.90 
1.56 
2.50 
1.15 
1.25 
1.25 
1.25 
1.60 
1.60 
1.60 

.70 

.85 

1.00 

.75 
.90 
1.05 
1.60 
2.20 
2.40 
1.60 
2.85 
2.6(1 

.9; 

1.50 


$1.45 
1.10 
2.05 
1.65 
2.65 
1.25 
1.45 
1.35 
1.45 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 

.50 
.75 
.90 

.65 
.80 
.95 
1.50 
2.10 
2.30 
1.50 
2.75 
2.40 

1.12 

1.40 


$2.25 
1.70 
2.65 
2.35 
2.75 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.25 
2. 00 
2.00 
1.75 
2.00 

.75 

1.50 

2.00 
2.40 
2.40 
2.00 
3.35 
2.75 

1.75 


$2.23 
1.70 
2.65 
2.35 
2.75 
2.00 
2.0O 
2.00 
. 2.25 
2.00 
2.00 


Lynchburg, Va. 

Lynchburg, Va. 

Covington, Y:i. 

Pea, Nut and .Slack _. 

.Mine Run 

Lump and Kgg 

Ford wick, Va. 
Pea, Nut and Slack 


1.75 

"2.00 

Crushed Coke. 

.05 
1 50 


Lump and V,gg 

Manchester, Va. 

M-Salcni, N. C - . 

Rmpoi ia. Va. ..... 


2.00 
2.30 
2.30 




2.00 
3.25 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


Savannah, Ga. 

l"i i !><>, o. for LAKE 
SHIPMENTS 

Newport News, Va . , for 
beyond Capes . . 


2.65 
1.65 



x "'i E All of the above rates are based on NET tons txcept the Newport-News, Va., 
"!>OB BEYOND CAPES," which is "GROSS" tons. 



RATER ON COAL AND COKE FROM MINES LOCATED ON THE K. 

AND .1/. h'Y. IN WEST VIRGINIA TO THE PRINCIPAL 

MARKETING POINTS. 





COAL 


COKE 


TO 


West Virginia 
District 


West Virginia 
District 


Chicago, 111. ... 

< olumbua, o. 

Detroit, Mich. .. 

inn Wayne, End. . 

Aapids, Mich. 

Holland, Mich 


Net Tons. 

$1.90 
.90 
1.40 
1.60 
1.90 
1.90 
1.55 
1.85 
J. 75 
2.50 
1.90 
1.25 
1.02 
1.07 


Net Tons . 

$2.65 
1.20 
2.25 


Indianapolis, Ind. ... 




I jlamazoo. Mich. . 




LaFayetto, tad. 

Milwaukee, (Proper) Wis. 

Milwaukee, iFoi Beyond) Wis. . . 

'i oledo, 0, 

'"1 1 DO, <>., !m 1 \KK MIIPMFNTS 

TOLEDO, 0., tor VESSEL FUEL . __ 


2.00 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



83 



RATES ON COAL FROM VARIOUS DISTRICTS IN WEST VIRGINIA 
ON THE N. <£ W. R. R. TO THE PRINCIPAL MARKETING POINTS. 



TO 



Poca and 
Tug River 
Districts. 



Clinch I 

Valley j Thacker 
District. District. 



C. . 
O. . 

c. 

c. 



Norfolk, Va. 

Greensboro, N. O. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Salisbury, ft. C. 

Concord, N. C. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Durham, N. C. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. . 
Graham, N. C. 
Burlington, N. 
Haw River, N. 
Wilmington, N. 
Fayetteville, N. 
"^arboro, N. C. 

Washington, N. C. 

Columbia, S. O. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Chicago, III. 

Joliet, 111. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Detroit, Mich. 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 

South Bend, Ind. 

Sandusky Docks, Ohio -. 
(For Lake Shipment.) 

I ambert Point, Va 

(For Beyond Capes)-Per ton of 2,240 lbs. 



All per ton of 2,000 lbs. 



Kenova 
District. 



&1.50 


$1.50 


$1.60 


$1.70 


2.30 


2.30 


2.40 


2.50 


2.45 


2.45 


2.55 


2.65 


2.45 


2.45 


2.55 


2.65 


2.45 


2.45 


2.55 


2.65 


2.30 


2.30 


2.40 


2.50 


2.20 


2.20 


2.30 


2.40 


2.10 


2.10 


2.20 


2.30 


2.30 


2.30 


2.40 


2.50 


2.30 


2.30 


2.40 


2.50 


2.80 


2.30 


2.40 


2.50 


2.0=1 


2.05 


2.15 


2.25 


2.45 


2.45 


2.55 


2.G5 


2.40 


2.40 


2.50 


2.60 


2.05 


2.05 


2.15 


2.25 


2.45 


2.45 


2.55 


2.65 


2.15 


2.15 


2.25 


2.35 


2.05 


2.30 


1.90 


1.90 


2.05 


2.30 


1.90 


1.90 


1.10 


1.35 


1.00 


1.00 


1.60 


1.85 


1.40 


1.40 


2.10 


2.35 


1.90 


1.90 


2.05 


2.30 


1.85 


1.85 


1.95 


2.20 


1.80 


1.80 


1.12 


1.37 
On Dock. 


.97 


.97 


1.40 


1.40 


1.50 


1.60 



RATES ON COKE FROM VARIOUS DISTRICTS IN WEST VIRGINIA 
ON THE N. rf W. R. R. TO THE PRINCIPAL MARKETING POINTS. 



TO 



Chicago, 111. 

Joliet, 111. 

S. S. Marie. Ont. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Ironton, Ohio 

Hanging Rock, Ohio 

Columbus, Ohio 

Jackson, Ohio 

Wellston, Ohio 



Poca and 

Tug River 

Districts. 



$2.65 
2.65 
3.20 
2.75 
1.00 
1.00 
1.55 
1.50 
1.50 



Clinch 
Valley 
District. 



$2.80 
2.80 
3.35 
2.90 
1.15 
1.15 
1.70 
1.65 
1.65 



k All Coke per ton of 
2,000 lbs. 



84 



Annual Repobt of 



[W. Va. 



RATES ON COAL FROM VARIOUS DISTRICTS IN WEST VIRGINIA. 
ON THE C. AND C. RY. TO THE PRINCIPAL MARKETING POINTS. 



TO WHAT POINT? 



Roaring 

Creek 
District. 



Cnieago, 111. 

Indianapolis, Inci. 

Columbus, Ohio 

'loledo, Ohio 

Detroit, Mich. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

La Fayette, Ind. 

Kokomo, ind. 

Gas City, Ind. 

fipfnsburg, Ind. 

.'(•Irian, Midi. 

St. I.ouis, Mo. I 

Cleveland, Ohio _ 

Dayton, Ohio 

Portland, Ind. 

Jackson, Mich; 

Pontiac, Mich. 

Marlon, End. " 

Saginaw, Mich. ___" 

■1 Rapids, Mich. 

Wuflton, Ohio 

Wabash, Ind. 

Drbana, Ohio "_ ~ ~ 

Ft. Wayne, Ind. __-_! 

^nn Arbor, Mich. 

Blchmond, Ind. _ _ __ 

lima, Ohio , 

Marion, Ohio _ 

Lrfield, Ohio 3ZZ Z 

New Vuik, N. V 

Philadelphia, Pa. — _.~ I 

Baltimore, Md. 

Heading, Pa. ~ ZZZZZ _ 

ilarrisburtr, Pa. I 



1.90 
1.6B 

.90 
1.25 

1.40 
2.50 
1.75 
1.55 



Upshur 
District. 



1.55 
1.40 
2.35 
1.15 
1.25 
1.55 
1.60 
1.80 
1.55 
1.90 
1.90 
1.25 
1.65 
1.25 
1.60 
1.60 
1.45 
1.25 
1.25 
1.25 
2.20 
1.85 
1.85 
1.75 
1.55 



1.90 

1.55 

.90 



1.40 
2.50 
1.75 
1.55 



Preston 
District. 



1.55 

1.40 

2.35 

1.15 

1.25 

1.55 

1.60 

1.80 

1.55 

1.90 

1.90 

1.25 

1. 

1. 

1.60 

1.60 

1.45 

1.25 

1.25 

1.25 

2.20 

1.85 

1.85 

1.75 

1.55 



1.90 
1.55 
.90 
1.25 
1.40 
2.50 
1.75 
1.55 
1.55 
1.55 
1.40 
2.35 
1.15 
1.25 
1.55 
1.60 
1.80 
1.55 
1.90 
1.90 
1.25 
1. 

1.25 
1.60 
1.60 
1.45 
1.25 
1.25 
1.25 
2.20 
1.85 
1. 

1.75 
1.55 



Elk River 
District . 



1.90 
1.55 
.90 
1.25 
1.40 
2.50 
1.75 
1.55 
1.55 
1.55 
1.40 
2.35 
1.2S 
1.25 
1.55 
1.60 
1.80 
1.55 
1.90 
1.90 
1.25 
1.65 
1.25 
1.60 
1.60 
1.45 
1.25 
1.25 
1.25 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



85 



RATES ON COKE FROM VARIOUS DISTRICTS IN WEST VIRGINIA 
ON THE C. & C. RY, TO THE PRINCIPAL MARKETING POINTS. 



TO WHAT POINT. 



Roaring Creek 
District. 



Chicago, 111. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Calumbus, Ohio 

Toledo, Ohio 

Detroit, Mich. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

La Payette, Ind. 

Kokomo, Ind. 

Gas City 



Greensburg, Ind. ._. 

Adrian, Mich. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Dayton, Ohio 

Portland, Ind. -.. 

Jackson, Mich. 

Pontiac, Mich. 

Marion, Ind. 

Saginaw, Mich. 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

BIufTton,, Ohio 

Wabash, Ind. 

Urbana, Ohio 

Ft. Wayne, Ind. ... 
Ann Arbor, Mich. .. 

Richmond, Ind. 

Lima, Ohio 

Marion, Ohio 

Springfield, Ohio 

New York, N. T 

Philadelphia, Pa. ~ 

Baltimore, Md. 

Reading, Pa. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 



2.35 
1.65 



2.25 
2.75 
2.65 

2.45 



2.35 
2.80 



1.70 



2.45 



2. 

2.65 



2.35 



2.25 
2.00 
2.00 



1.95 



1.75 
1.50 



Upshur 
District. 



$2.65 
2.35 
1.65 



2.25 
2.75 
2.65 
2.45 



2.35 
2.80 



1.70 



2.65 
2.65 



2.35 



2.25 
2.00 
2.00 



1.95 



1.75 
1.50 



86 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



VIRGINIAN RAILWAY RATES ON COAL. 

Pratically all the coal mined on the Virginian Railway is shipped to 
Sewell Point Virginia, for Beyond the Capes and the rate on same is 
$1.40 per ton of 2.240 lbs. 



RATES ON COAL FROM VARIOUS DISTRICTS IN WEST VIRGINIA 

ON THE B. AND 0. R. R. AND LATERAL LINES 

TO THE PRINCIPAL MARKETING POINTS. 



FROM 
TO 



DELIVERY 



c 

M . 

E'Sd 
O o3 

C Kr S 

Sn o 

< 



s a o 

3 Sh'.2J3 

■BT38U • 

-•£ eST^ a 

Tl s O C / 

S?.s c S * 
S aOoB 

33 



Gross 
Ton 



Gross 
Ton 



Gross 
Ton 



Gross 
Ton 



Baltimore, Md 



Philadelphia, Pa. — 



St. George, S. I— 
Wilmington, Del 



( 'olummbus, O 

•Sandusky, O 

Cleveland, O 



Dnrberton, O 

Cheago, 111 

-c, Ind 

Cincinnati, O 

Toledo, O 

Detroit, Mien 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 



Local 

For reshipment 

Inside Capes 

For reshipment 

Outside Capes.. 

Local 

For reshipment 

Inside Capes 

For reshipment 

Outside Capes. . 
For reshipment .. 
Local 







1.60 



1.13 
1.60 



1.25 

1.55 
1.60 

Net Ton. 

1.15 
1.46 
1.35 
1.35 
1.86 
2.05 
1.80 
1.10 
1.45 
1.60 
2.10 



1.4S 
1.85 

1.60 

1.50 
1.80 
1.85: 



.90 
1.25 
1.16 
1.15! 
1.05 
1.90 
1.60' 
1.00 
1.26 
1.40 
1.90 



1.85 


2.00 
1.75 




1.60 





1.43 


1.58 




1 85 


2.00 




1.60 


1.75 




1.50 


1.65 




1.80 





_. 


1.85 


2.00 





Don. 


Net Ton. 


Net Ton. 


.90 


.90 


1.15 


1.25 


1.25 


1.45 


1.00 


1.15 


1.35 


1.00 


1.15 


1.35 


.<r> 


1.05 


1.35 


1.90 


1.90 


2.05 


1.60 


1.60 


1.80 


1.00 


1.00 


1.10 


1.25 


1.25 


1.45 


1.40 


1.40 


1.60 


1.90 


1.90 


2.10 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



87 



RATES ON COKE FROM VARIOUS DISTRICTS IN WEST VIRGINIA 

ON THE B. AND 0. R. R. AND LATERAL LINES TO THE 

PRINCIPAL MARKETING POINTS. 







Belington, 








Clarksburg 1 , 








Coal & Coke No. 10 




PROM 




Kingwood, 
Monongah, 






DELIVERY 


Moundsville, 


Gauley. 


TO 




Opekiska, 
Short Line, 
Western Mary- 
land R. R. 





Baltimorpe, iA<l.. 
PMladelphia, Pa. 
.St. George. S. I. 

Reading, Pa 

Catasacjua, Pa.. 
Swedeland, Pa — 
Harrisburg, Pa.. 

Columbus, O 

Cleveland, O 

Youngstown, O.- 
Akron, O 

Cincinnati, O 

Chicago, 111 

Chicago, 111 

Toledo, O 

Toledo, O 

Detroit, Mich 

Detroit, Mich 



Rate per 2u00 Lbs. Rate per 2000 Lbs 



Local 

Local 

For reshpment-- 

Local 

Local 

Locim 

Local 

Local 

Local 

Local 

Local 

Local 

Foundry Coke.- 
Blast Fur. Coke 
Foundry Coke. . 
Blast Fur. Coke 
Foundry Coke 
Blast Fur. Coke 



1.95 


2.15 


1.95 


2.15 


2.15 


2.35 


1.75 


1.98 


1.80 


2.00 


1.80 


2.00 


1.50 


1.70 


1.65 


1.85 


1.65 


1.85 


1.35 


1.55 


1.55 


1.75 


1.70 


1.90 


2.65 


2.85 


2.35 


2.55 


2.25 


2.45 


1.83 


2.05 


2.25 


2.45 


2.00 









Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



OIL TESTS FOR THE YEAR ENDIN JUNE 30TH 1910. 



[Tin Smoke Test shows tin percentage in excess of pure Cotton Seed 
Oil which is 100 percent.) 



Date of 

Tost 



7-31-09 
8-30-09 
9-11-09 

9-11-09 

9-24-09 



Name of Sampler 
or Manufacturer. 




Cincinnati Refining Co 

Indian Refining Co 

L. B. Holliday, Inspector. 

W. B. Plaster, Inspector- 
Indian Refining Co 



10-25-09 B. H. Hill, Insp;ctoi- ... 

10-2509 J. M.Epperly, Miami, W.Va. 

ll-l-oo Standard Oil Co.... 

11-1-09 Atlas Oil Co 

12-8-09A. Mitchell, Inspecr.o'- .. - 

12-8-09 Cincinnati Oil Works 

12-8-00 Standard Oil Co 

128-09 A. Mitchell, Inspector 

128-09 A. Mitchell, Inspec, >r 

1-20-10 L. D. Vaughan, Inspector. 
1-20-lGlL. D. Vaugiia :. Inspector. 

1-20-10 Standard oil Co 

1-20-10 I? . H. Hill, Inspector 

1-20-IOIB. H. Hill, Inspector 

1-20-10 Standard Oil Co 

2-5-10jE. A. Henry, Inspector 

2-5-10 K. A. Henry, Inspector 



:: i HO Indian Refining Co 

! M in ft. \. Muir, Inspector 

3-M-10R. Y. Muir, Inspector 

3-31-10 Globe Oil Company 



•standard Oil Co 

S -I L0 Indian Refining Co 

LOIrai F. Davis 

LOW. 15. Plaster, Inspector. 
WW. B. Plaster, Inspector. 

■Standard Oil Co 

Standard Oil Co 



Light Amber 

Blueish Amber 

Very Clear Amber. ._ 

Very Clear Amber. ._ 

Very Light Amber.. 

Yellowish 

Light Amber 

Light Amber 

Light Clear Amber. . 
Grayish Lard Color. 

Light Amber 

Pale Yellow 

Light Pale Amber.-- 
Blueish Pale Amber. 

Yellowish Amber 

Very Light Amber 

Pale Yellow 

Pale Amber 

Very Light Amber. . 

Pale Yellow 

Pale Amber 

Very Pale Amber 

Pale Amber 

Light Pale Yellow.. 

Creamy White 

Light Pale Yellow 

Light Clear Amber.. 

Nearly Water Color- 
Light Clear Amber- 
Pale Amber 

Dark Brown Amber. 
Dark Yellow Amber 
Light Water Color. 
Clear Water Color... 



Sediment. 



None 

None 

None 

None 

None , 

Muddy 

None 

Muddy 

None 

None 

Very Little 

Blueish Color 

Whitish Streaky Matter. 

Blueish Cast 

Very Little 

Very Little 

Very Little 

None 

None 

Very Little 

None 

None 

None 

None 

Considerable quantity 

Whitish Yellow 

Considerable white 

grayish substance 

Grayish white color 

Very Little 

Very Little 

Ncini 1 

Very Little 

None 

None 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



89 



OIL TESTS FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30TH. 1910. 

(The Smoke Test shows the percentage in excess of pure Cotton Seed' 
Oil which is 100 percent.) 



Agitation. 



None 

Rainbow 

Bubbles and Rainbow 

Rainbow Colors 



None- 
None_ 
None_ 



None 

None 

None 

Blueish Color 

Whit* Streaks. 

Cloudy 

White Specks. - 



None 

None 

None 

None 

'R hite Globular Specks 



White Globular Specks 



White and Streaky-. 
White and Cloudy.- 
White Globular Specks 



White Specks 

White Specks 

White Globular Specks 

White Specks 

None 

None 

None 

White Globular Specks 



Taste and 

Smell. 



Lard Oil 

Engine Oil 

Lard Oil 

Lard Oil 

Cotton Seed 
Crude Oils.— 

Lard Oil 

Lard Oil 

Mineral or 
Castor Oil- 



Lard Oil 

Petroleum 

Castor Oil— 
Mineral OiL- 
Castor Oil — 



Cotton Seed Oil- 



Cotton Seed Oil- 
Lard Oil and 

Castor Oil 

Lard Oil and 
Castor Oil 



Petroleum. 
Petroleum. 
Seal Oil— 



Hydro- 
Meter 
Reading. 



25 deg. 
25.5 deg 



Tempera- 
ture. 



80 deg. 

74.5 deg 



-jt — 
-Jt 



Smoke 
Test. 



27 


deg. 


70 


deg. 


26 


deg. 


71 


deg. 


25 


deg. 


77 


deg. 


1 .... 




76 


deg. 


26 








29 






25V, 


deg. 


72 


deg. 


27Vo 


deg. 


72 


deg. 


27 


deg. 


71 


deg. 


28 


deg. 


64 


deg. 


24 


deg. 


64 


deg. 


24 


deg. 


66 


deg. 


25 


deg 


66 


<leg. 


26 


deg. 


70 


deg. 



26 deg- 1 70 deg. 
26 deg i 66 deg. 



deg. 
deg. 



deg. 



66 deg. 

58 deg. 

60 deg. 

58% deg. 



deg. 
deg. 

deg. 
deg. 
deg . 
deg. 



deg. 
deg. 
deg . 
deg . 
deg. 
deg. 
deg. 
deg. 



100% 
500% 
Slight 
Excess. 
Slight 
Excess . 



Good. 



25% 
I. 
50% 



400% 
300% 
100% 
100% 
600% 
150% 
200% 
400% 
500% 
5)0% 

4<r.r; 

400% 
50(1% 
40.1% 

400% 

400% 
300% 
300% 
300% 

25% 
25% 
100% 
100% 
600% 
40O% 
75V 2 
100% 



Party Making 
Test . 



A. J. King. 
A. J. King. 

A. J. King. 

A. J. King. 

Uohn Laing 
A. J. King. 
A. J. King. 



A. J. 
A. -I. 
A. J. 

"('has 
*Chas 
*Chas 
*Chas 
'( 'has 
*Chas 
*Chas 
('has 
•Chas 

I 'h:i> 
*Chas 



King. 

King. 

King. 

. Connor. 

. Connor. 

Connor . 

Connor. 

Connor. 

Connor. 

Connor. 

Connor. 

Connor. 

Connor. 

Connor. 



*Chas. Connor. 



Chas. 
Chas. 
Obas. 

('has. 

Cha>. 
f Chas. 

F Chas. 
f Chas. 

('has. 

('has. 
'Chas. 
'Chas. 



Connor. 
Connor . 
Connor . 
Connor. 

Connor. 
Connor. 
Connor. 
Connor. 
Connor. 
Connor. 
Connor. 
Connor. 



•Office, and Field Assistant. IChief of Dept. of Mines. tSample too small to take 
reading. 

In the "Smoke Test" all oils showing 100% or less in excess of "Pure Cotton Seed 
Oil" are permissible for use in mines. 



90 



Annual Repobt of 



[W. Va. 




1910] 



Department of Mines. 



91 




3l|«||i 



« O ai , 






Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



COAL PRODUCTION 



BY GEOLOGICAL 
1910. 



SERIES AND COUNTIES 



COUNTY 



Mononjrahela 
Series No. 15 



Conemauprh 

Series 

(Elk River) 

No. 14. 



Allegheny- 
Kanawha 
Series No. 13 



Pottsville 

New River 

Pocahontas 

Series No. 12 



Total 

(Tons 2240 

lbs.) 



Brooke 
Hancock 

Marlon 

Marshal] 

"hio 

Harrison -. 

I '• a is 

1 [<shur 

Barbour ._. 
Monongalia 
Presl i 

or 

Grant 

Mineral 

Randolph __ 
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Mason 

Putnam ... 



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4,210,622 
475, 134 
262,973 

3,708,123. 
20. 900. 
70,: 396 - 
853,509 



5% ,132 



114,422 
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1 15,188 
158,229 



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11,773,016 



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22,095 
~72l982 



94,312 



347,262 
937,375 



41,118 

121,599! 

1,033,902 

24,995; 

217,499 

523,607! 

691,2301 

1, 080,367; 



36,306 
3,350,349 

4,817,003 
50,566 
17,124 



5,691,967 



1 .1 j, ,398 



49,237 
2,213,372!. 
2,045,420, 

41,464!. 

16,449.470 



42,321 

21,688 

2,547,727 

2,542,867 

12,189,200 



23,044,824 



433,660 

75,884 

4,210,622 

475,434 

252,975 

3,708,123 

20,906 

70,396 

895,427 

414,992 

1,033,902 

583,222 

217,499 

858,672 

700,290 

1,080,367 

114,422 

32,255 

145,189 

458,229 

36,306 

9,389,578 

5,754,378 

50,566 

59,445 

21,688 

2,547,721 

2,542,887 

12,189,200 

49,237 

2,213,372 

2,045,420 

41,464 

52,723,708 



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TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF COAL AND COKE FOR THE 
YE ARK tS8S TO 1910 INCLUSIVE. 



I 



COAL. 

(Tons of 
2,240 lbs.) 



1883 

1884.... 

1885. - 

1886 

1887 - 

1888 

1889 

1£90 

1891— .— 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

18% 



2,805,569 
3,000,000 
3,008,001 
3,213,098 
4,207,039 
4,799,611 
4,663,857 
5,643,946 
7,281,427 
7,777,570 
9,758,991 
9, 427, 028 
9,878,0:?9 
12,062,468 



COKE. 

(Tons of 
2,000 lbs.) 



YEARS. 



190,889 

182,000 

187,619 

228,623 

481,477 

517,317 

300,716 

892,490 
1,208,418 
1,333,439 
1,090,90!) 
1,067,156 
1,204,657 
1,594,691 

"•Calendar - years 1883 to" 1887 inclusive. Since 1887 the Coal and Coke 
given for the fiscal year ending June 30th. 



1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901. 

1902. 

1903 

19C4 

1905. 

1906 

1907 

190S 

1909 



COAL. 
(Tons of 

2.240 lbs.) 



COKE. 
(Tons of 
2.000 lbs. 



705,829 

294,865 

250,150 i 

886,911 

290,991 

359,083 

913,698 

984,715 

503,029 

403,474 

040,311 

367,010 

671,403 

723,708 

Statistics 



1,374,497 
1,742,256 
1,950,179 
2,496,107 
1,932,912 
2,249,744 
2,483,376 
2,276,451 
2,738,777 
3,534,314 
3,828,649 
2,978,263 
3,096,561 
4,217,381 
have been 



TABU. SHOmfNG THE COKE PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES FROM 

1891 TO 1903 INCLUSIVE. 

(Tons of 2,000 pounds.) 



COUNTIES 



1897 



Harbour 

Fayette 

Harrison ... 

Kanawha 

Marion 

McDowell ... 

Mercer 

Monongalia 

Preston 

Raleigh 

Bandyolph . 

Tucker 

Taylor 

I psbui 



329,083 



20,132 
112,043 
507,070 

!: - 

2,778 
19,567 
18,454 



159,812 



1898 



1,350 

394,052 

5,419! 

21,578' 

149,060 

731,681 

l <>..:■ i 

12,337| 
28,450 

20,007 



5. 

454. 

5, 

10, 

155, 

923, 

192 

5 

34 

20 



980 
999 
871 
983 : 
985 
1661 
9 iv. 
204 
023 
398 



229,201 140,638 



1900 



12,579' 

481,699 
15,994; 
32,665! 

298,119 
,070,033 

207,277 

17,077 

46,250 

15,400 

3,223 

295,731 



J 901 



12,666 

442,411 

5,190 

30,722 

118,285 

953,702 

167,769 

5,777 

6,500 



1902 



13,498 
176,392 



15,682 

515,398 

16,572 

29,722 

210,451 

929,433 

175,083 

19,948 

18,930 



1903 



20,991 

437,090 

62,382 

25,789 

282,924 

1,016,988 

167,567 

30,509 

34,627 



38,845 
279,680 



Totals 1,374,497' 1,742,250 1,950,179 2,496,107; 1,932,912| 2,249,744 2,483,376 



120,387 
284,122 



3LE SHOWING THE COKE PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES FROM 
19V, TO 191V INCLUSIVE. 

(Tons of 2,000 pounds.) 



rorvili s 



1904 



1905 



19,128 

134,919 

621 

6,547 

102,416 



11,967 
430,163 



19,993 



HI 

Payette 

"ii 

Kanawha 

■ ii 

McDowell - 1,170,200 ].::sn, 

Mercer ._ 190,132 267,697 

Monongalia 22,999 42,802 

a 27,611 

Raleigh 

ilph 77 I 

Tucker 223 

Taylor 

I pshur 

Nicholas 



1906 



1907 



17,643 

614,428 

768 

31,527 

171,621 

1,699,426 

318,357 

58, 

142,236 



34,030 
615,577 
22,390 
18,287 
233,700 
1,744.819 
813,117 



■ 11,616 



1 
1 ,717 
2,100j 



1908 



44,359 

415,425 

1,092 

12,124 

105, 743 

1 ,681 ,884 

219,597 

76,386 

138,644 

497 

129,273 

149,229 



1909 



1910 



31,898 

713,540 

7,116 

21,908 

93,865 



4,010. 



27,203 

525,154 

275 

"o5~213 

,733,479 2,235,822 

220,681 310,551 

117,254 143,586 

175,915 293,415 

"128^401 "~183~405 

97,684; 173,840 

5,302; 7,820 



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COUNTIES. 


1897 

1 
2 

4 
5 
9 
6 

8 
7 
13 
10 
11 

19 
16 

12 
15 
17 
14 


1898 

1 

2 
3 

4 

5 

9 

6 

8 

7 

11 

10 

12 

19 
16 
13 
15 
18 
14 


189B 

1 
2 

3 
4 
5 
8 
7 
9 
6 

10 
11 
12 

17 
16 
13 
14 
18 
15 


1900 

1 

2 

3 

4 

6 

7 

5 

9 

8 

10 

11 

12 

11 

18 

19 

13 

15 

20 

16 


1901 

1 

2 

3 

4 

6 

5 

7 

9 

8 

10 

11 

13 

14 

12 

17 

15 

16 

20 

18 


1902 

1 

2 

3 

4 

6 

5 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

16 

14 

12 

13 

15 

17 

20 

19 


1903 

2 
1 
3 
5 
6 
4 

8 
11 

9 
14 
13 
12 
10 
15 
16 
18 
23 
19 
22 


1904 

1 

2 

4 

3 

6 

5 

8 

7 

11 

10 

16 

14 

13 

9 

12 

15 

19 

22 

20 

18 


1905 

2 

1 

3 

4 

6 

5 

8 

7 

12 

10 

16 

14 

13 

11 

9 

15 
21 
17 
22 
19 
20 
18 
24 
23 
25 
27 

26 


1906 

2 
1 
4 
3 
6 
5 
8 
7 
13 

16 
15 
12 
11 
10 
14 
22 
17 
21 
19 
18 
20 
24 
23 
25 
26 

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23 


1907 

2 
1 

4 

3 

6 

5 

10 

7 

14 

9 

17 

15 

13 

11 

8 

18 

21 

16 

22 

20 

12 

19 

23 

24 

25 

30 

26 

29 

27 

28 

31 

32 


1908 

2 

1 

4 

3 

6 

5 

10 

7 

13 

11 

17 

18 

14 

12 

8 

16 

21 

15 

22 

20 

9 

19 

25 

27 

26 

30 

23 

29 

24 

28 

31 

32 

33 


1909 

2 

1 

4- 

3 

6 

5 

10 

9 

11 

13 

16 

19 

14 

12 

8 

17 

21 

15 

22 

20 

7 

18 

26 

30 

27 

25 

23 

28 

24 

29 

32 

31 

34 

33 


1910 




2 


McDowell .- 

Kanawha 


1 
4 
3 
7 


Tucker 

Mingo .. 


5 
10 

9 
13 


Marshall __ ... 

Earbour 


11 
15 
16 
14 
12 
6 




17 


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18 




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18 


17 
20 


19 
20 


17 
21 


19 
21 


18 
21 


17 
20 


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21 
25 
24 
23 


19 




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21 


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29 


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Department of Mines. 



TABLE SHOWING THE COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE COAL 
PRODUCTION FOR 1910 AND 1909. 

(Tons of 2,240 pounds.) 



Brooke 

Hancock . 

Marion 

Marshall 

Ohio 

Harrison 

Lewis 

Upshur 

Barbour 

Monongalia 

Preston 

Taylor 

Grant 

Mineral _ 

Randolph . 

Tucker 

Braxton 

Gilmer 

Mason 

Putnam 

Clay 

Payette . 

Kanawha 

Boone 

Nicholas 

Greenbrier 
Raleigh 
Mercer 

McDowell 1 12, 

Lincoln 
Logan 
Mingo 
Wayne 



Totals 




Small Mines .. 
Grand Totals 



52,723,708 41,513,766 


200,000; 180,000 



52,923,708; 41,693,766 



11,237,254 



20,000 



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27,312 



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PRODUCTION OF COAL IN WEST 
VIRGINIA BY GEOGRAPH- 
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FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1910. 



TONS OF 2240 LBS. 

Potomac District 2,156,538 

Monongahela District 11,616,974 

Wheeling District 1 ,237,953 

Interior District 189,271 

Kanawha-New River District 18,490,649 

Norfolk and Western District 19,032.323 

Total Commercial Mines 52,723,708 



3 i»l 1 Department of Mines. 35 



POTOMAC DISTRICT. 
(Counties of Grant, Mineral, Tucker and Morgan.) 

Davis Coal & Coke Co., (1 in Grant; 9 in Mineral ; 9 in Tucker) 1,649,882 

Cumberland Coal Co 168,029 

Buffalo Creek Cumberland Coal Co 69,055 

Masteller Coal Co 66,807 

Smith Coal Co 44,063 

Abrams Creek Coal & Coke Co 42,945 

Gleason Coal & Coke Co 35,560 

Western Maryland Coal Co 28,262 

Big Vein 'Coal Co. of "West Virginia 18,731 

Denman Coal Co. . 14,435 

Gatzmer Coal & Coke Co 8,890 

Glade Run Coal & Coke Co. . 6,000 

Cottage Street Coal Co 3,879 



Total 2,156.538 

MONONGAHELA DISTRICT. 

(Counties of Barbour, Harrison, Marion, Monongalia, Preston, Randolph, Taylor and 

Upshur.) 

The Consolidation Coal Co. (17 Mines in Marion ; 28 in Harrison ; 1 in 

Barbour ; 1 in Monongalia 5,008,680 

Elkins Coal & Coke (2 Mines in Monongalia ; 2 in Preston) 516,303 

Gcorgie's Creek Coal & Iron Co 428,1 LS 

Davis Coiliery Co. (1 Mine in Barbour ■ 4 in Randolph) 412,420 

Davis Coal & Coke Co. (1 Mine in Barbour ; 2 in Randolph) 374,160 

The Century Coal Co. of West Virginia 338,548 

Hutchinson Coal Co 320,090 

Maderia-Hill-Clark Coal Co 292.253 

The Virginia & Pittsburg Coal & Coke Co 283,930 

New Central Coal Co 238,230 

Federal Coal «£ Coke Co 236,904 

Merchants Coal Co 209.424 

riosemont Coal Co 1 85,765 

Jamison Coal & Coke Co 184,569 

Austen Coal & Coke Co. . 166,578 

Maryland Coal Co 124,004 

Virginia-Maryland Coal Corporation 112,991 

Preston County Coke Co 100,418 

Pitcairn Coal Co 100,142 

Cook Coal 6 Coke Co 97,831 

Connellsville Basin Coke Co 87,2«7 

Corona Coal & Coke Co 74,635 

McGraw Coal Co 64, 157 

Pittsvein Coal Co 63,741 

Grafton Coal & Coke Co 62,468 

Meriden Coal Min ; ng Co 62,101 

Gorman Coal a. Coko Co . 60,896 

Vincent Coal Co 57,320 

Short Line Coal Co 52,634 

Fairmont & Baltimore Coal Co 51,187 

Central Fairmont Coal Co 50,943 

O'Gara Coal Mining Co 50,527 

Marshall Coal Co 49,037 

Kingwood Coal Co 45.833 

Midland Coal & Coke Co 43,170 






Annual Report of 



[W Va. 



Ilmrra Coke Co. . 

Kock Fuel Co 

Grafton Fuel Co 

Nen Grant Coal Co 

Tygarts River Coal Co 

Harry B. Coal Co 

Pittsburg Steam Coal Co 

T. B. Davis 

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Irnna Coal Co 

Kidge Coal Co 

Monroe Colliery Co 

3>amberts River Coal Co 

Parker Run Coal & Coke Co. . . . 

Hero Coal & Coke Co 

Winona Coal & Coke Co 

Jordan Coal Co 

Haywood Coal Mining Co 

Atlanta Coal & Coke Co 

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Harrison Coal Co 

Harrison County Coal Co 

Miller Coal & Coke Co 

Marion Gas Coal Co 

Kilarm Coal & Coke Co 

buckhannon River Coal Co 

Clarksburg Gas Coal Co 

Lnclla Coal & Coke Co 

\Y. H. Green (Lessee) 

Laurel Creek Coal Co 

Hamilton Coal & Coke Co. 

Humphreys Colliery Co 

Cook & Hart Coal Co 

Orr Coal ft Coke Co 

West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co. 

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The Great Scott Coal & Coks Co. 

Newcomer Coal Co 

C;it;iwba Coal Co 

Hit, Coal & Coke Co 

Byron Coal Co 

Dakota Coal £ Coke Co 

Ounton Coal Co 

Brady Coal Co 

. raniel Coa i Co 

Kroger Gas Coal Co 

Hygrade Cos I Co 

Iron City Coal A Coke Co 

Ptallllpi Coal Co 

Boutbwi stei n < 'o.ii Co 

Borgi Co 

Lumberport Steam Coal Co 



42,720 

42,042 

41,918 

40,500 

39,066 

38,538 

37,097 

35,997 

35,342 

33,393 

31,000 

30,827 

30,475 

27,273 

26,724 

25,931 

25,780 

25,276 

23,352 

22,410 

21,974 

21,159 

20,500 

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19,816 

19.598 

19,564 

18,909 

18.239 

16,000 

14,522 

13,780 

13,392 

10,668 

10,037 

9,060 

9,058 

8,832 

8,790 

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8,670 

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6,539 

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lfilO] Department of Mines. 37 



L^wis-Findley Coal Co 138,991 

La Belle Iron Works (I Mine in Brooke; 1 Mine in Ohio) 108,408 

Wheeling Steel & Iron Co 99,872 

Beech Bottom Coal & Coke Co 78,375 

The Marquet Coal Co 75,884 

La Belle Coal Co 75,702 

Elm Grove Coal Co 41,117 

Whittaker-Glesner Co 32,613 

Glendale Coal Co 31,800 

Mcund Coal Co 31,801 

F.ex Carbon Coal Co 24,576 

A. Gilchrist & Sons Co 21,704 

Bituminous Coal Co. of America 1 2,889 

Peter Rtorch & Sons 11,508 

Reymann Brewing Co 6,699 

Kuntz Bros. & Miller 4,383 

J. S. Creighton 3,265 



Total 1,237,953 

INTERIOR DISTRICT. 
(Counties of Braxton, Cilmer, Greenbrier and Lewis.) 

Davis Colliery Co 114,422 

Gilmer Fuel Co 27,255 

Elk Lick Coal Co 21,688 

Jacksonville Coal & Coke Co. . 20,906 

Cosmopolitan Coal & Coke Co *5.000 

Total 189,271 

* Estimated. 

KANAWHA-NEW RIVER DISTRICT. 

(Counties of Clay, Fayette, Kanawha, Lincoln, Mason, Nicholas, Putnam, Boone ami 

Raleigh.) 

The New River Co. (6 Mines in Raleigh ; 26 in Fayette.) 2,001,503 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co 1,290,739 

Sunday Creek Co. (4 Alines in Kanawha : 4 in Fayette) 1,069,372 

Boomer Coal & Coke Co 870,158 

%'ew River ft Pocahontas Consolidated Coal Co 771,711 

New River Collieries Co. (4 Mines in Fayette ; 2 in Raleigh) 692,954 

Pf.int Creek Collieries Co. (1 Mine in Fayette; 12 in Kanawha) 648,881 

McKell Coal & Coke Co. (4 Mines in Raleigh; 2 in Fayette) 610,807 

Raleigh Coal & Coke Co 438,097 

Loop Creek Colliery Co ..-.....■■•• 380,917 

Winifrede Coal Co 325,308 

West Virginia Colliery Co 306,665 

Piney Mining Co 266,229 

Kelley's Creek Colliery Co 257, 0S6 

The Campbell's Creek Coal Co 236,589 

W. R. Johnson Coal Co. . 232,952 

Wyatt Coal Co 218,184 

Big Coal Co 211,268 

M. B. Coal ft Coke Co 191,878 

Imperial Colliery Co 191,543 

Black Betsey Coal & Mining Co 189,506 

Slab Fork Coal Co • • 187,340 

The Columbus Iron & Steel Co 184,552 

Cirbon Coal Co 181,131 



38 An.mtal Report of [W Va. 



I i,. Low Moor Iron Co. of Virginia 178,996 

Mi, Coal Co 169,486 

White Coal Co 163,841 

ih, Gauley Mountain Coal Co 163,108 

The Marmet Coal Co 160,729 

apeake .Mining Co 159,957 

elton Coal Co 152,276 

Hemlock-Hollow Coal & Coke Co 152,207 

1 he Star Coal & Coke Co 151,165 

Ephralm <"r« ek Coal & Coke Co 147,964 

Hughes Creek Coal Co 145,051 

The Otto Marinet Coal & Mining Co 144.25S 

Holly A; Stephenson Coal & Coke Co 140,000 

Siandard Splint & Gas Coal Co 138,684 

QWOOd Coai Co 134,462 

K. eney's Creek Colliery Co 131,078 

1 1 wood Coal & Coke Co 130,347 

Plymouth Coal & Mining Co . 121,499 

The Carver Bros. Co 116,310 

Ti:rk. v Knob Coal Co 1 16,019 

Stonewall Coal & Coke Co 113,974 

Oamoea Coal Co 105,640 

The Thurmond Coal Co . 103,311 

Wright Coal & Coke Co 97,897 

The Mt. Carbon Co. Ltd 96,985 

Lynchburg Colliery Co 90,199 

NlChol Colliery Co 89,280 

Mi cca Coal & Coke Co 87,440 

Blue Creek Coal £ Land Co 87,400 

Herbert Collieries Co 86,384 

Sullivan Coal & Coke Co 82,377 

South Side Co 80,760 

Mosley & Walker 78,000 

Ilro'vn Coal Co 77,408 

Inn si Mining Co 76,438 

■i. City (•<•:.! -Mining Co 76,097 

Blume Coal & Coke Co 75,000 

Coalburg Colliery Co 71,169 

.')!, mi Coal & Iron Co 69,837 

Ualllnger Coal Co 60,555 

Dry Branch Coal Co 60,465 

Laurel Creek Coal Co 56,614 

(jiiiiiiiiinoiit (Hal Co 55,502 

Blverton Coal & Coke Co 54 700 

Laura M Ining Co 53 gyg 

Dcltz Colliery Co 52 106 

Quincy Coal Co. Ihc ._ 47,795 

Oranchland Coal Co 45 824 

Mi adow Kin 1. Coal Co 43,600 

Coal .. Coke Co 43,215 

Blue Jay Lumber Co 42 700 

La Mnni Mining Co 42*586 

5 axman Cos 1 !o 42*3?1 

Coalburg-Kanawha Coal Co 42052 



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40,674 
40,127 
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37,307 
37,146 



1910] Department of Mines. 39 



Beury Brothers Coal & Coke Co 36,966 

Gulf Smokeless Coal Co . 35,889 

The Dunglen Coal Co 34,053 

Hartford Coal & Mining Co . . 34,052 

William Coal Co 33,128 

Michigan Coal Co 31,407 

The Coal River Co 30,330" 

Alaska Coal & Coke Co 29,566 

Mill Creek Colliery Co 29,125 

Roderick Coal Co 28,872 

G'endale Colliery Co 28,813 

The Clay Coal Co 28,159 

Export Coal Co 26,237 

The Fayette Coal & Coke Co 25,893 

Lookout Coal & Coke Co 25,479 

Holliday Coal Co 25,000 

Manufacturers & Consumers Coal Co 24,916 

Morris Creek Colliery Co 24,666 

Bailey-Wood Coal Co 24,435 

Sunbeury Coal & Coko Co 23,293 

The Liverpool Salt & Coal Co 23,021 

Queen Shoals Coal Co 21,443 

The Spruce River Co 20,236 

Lewis Coal & Coke Co 19,822 

Queen Coal & Coke Co 18,856 

Ridgeview Coal Co 18,741 

Elk River Coal & Lumber Co 18,219 

Signal Knob Coal Co 15,850 

MacAlpin Coal Co 14,709 

Villa Coal Mining Co 14,679 

Fire Creek Collieries Co 13,863 

Beury-New River Coal Co 13,424 

Southwestern Splint Fuel Co 12,933 

Big Bend Coal Co 12,480 

Elk Manor Coal Co 12,195 

Ml. Hope Coal & Coke Co 12,181 

Raven Collieries . 12,022 

The New Cedar Grove Coal & Brick Co 11,353 

New River Valley Coal Co 9,771 

Lyr.win Coal Co 9,241 

Gulf Coal Co 8.910 

Newly* Coal Co 8.456 

East Bank Mining Co 7,142 

Persinger Coal Co 6,906 

Cedar Run Collieries Co 6,859 

Peerless Coal Co 6,710 

Beech Grove Coal Co 6,554 

Mars Branch Coal Co. . 6,175 

Pen Mar Mining Co 6,111 

Winding Gulf Coal Co 6,000 

V. & O. Red Ash Coal Co 5,892 

Pardee & Curtin Lumber Co 5,102 

Pemberton Coal & Coke Co 4,700 

Harris Coal Co 4,394 

Falling Rock Cannel Coal Co 3,331 

Connell-Kanawha Coal Co 3,000 

Oak Forest Coal & Mining Co • • • - 2,968 

Acme Steam Coal Co 2,875 

Kenova Coal Mining Co 2,232 

Guyan River Coal Co 1,181 



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Red Jacket Consolidated Coal & Coke Co 

Thacker Coal & Coke Co 

Houston Coal & Coke Co 

Pulaski Iron Co 

Mill Creek Coal & Coke Co 

Turkey Gap Coal & Coke Co 

Crozer Coal & Coke Co , 

New River & Pocahontas Consolidated Coal Co 

Fage Coal & Coke Co 

Virgin ia-Pocahontas Coal Co 

Upland Coal .<i Coke Co 

The Empire Coal & Coke Co 

Powhatan Coal & Coke Co 

Big Sandy Coal & Coke Co 

McDowell Coal & Coke Co 

Ashland Coal & Coke Co 

Glen Alum Coal Co 

Keystone Coal & Coke Co . 

Algoma Coal & Coke Co 

Lynchburg Coal & Coke Co 

Bottom Creek Coal & Coke Co , 

Louisville Coal * Coke Co , 

: a Coal & CokP To 

Elkhorn Coal & Coke Co 

Peerless Coal & Coke Co 

The Monitor Coal & Coke Co. 7 

The Tidewater Coal & Coke Co 

Buckeye Coal & Coke Co 

Greenbrier Coal & Coke Co 

Superior-Pocahontas Coal Co 

Gilliam Coal & Coke Co 

Eik Ridge Coal & Coke Co 

The King Coal Co 

Middle Slates Coal & Coke Co , 

■ • I i Co 

Booth -Bowen Coal & Coke Co , 

i he Thomas Coal Co 

Arlington Coal & Coke Co 

Shaw Coke Co 

Indian Ridge Coal & Coke Co 

I !oal & Coke Co 

Howard Colliery Co 

Pocahontas Collieries Co 

Spring Coal Mining Co , 

■ loal & Coke Co 

w.i r Sagle Coal Co , 

.1. B. B. Collieries Co 

The Buffalo Collieries Co 

I oal & Coke Co 



2,560,262 
1,522,120 
1,261,960 
535,808 
526,670 
421,498 
388,849 
383,210 
372,824 
333,298 
316,346 
309,259 
298,505 
292,438 
264,826 
259,746 
259,197 
255,154 
246,897 
238, 08L 
228,242 
222,285 
212,756 
210,573 
207,058 
198,814 
194.534J 
193 082 
188,219 
182,705 
182,591 
170,843 
177,300 
174,232 
172,875 
168.060 
166,995 
166,003 
164,062 
161,940 
148,143 
144,909 
144,636 
129,611 
123,6S4 
110.580 
107,967 
106,459 
104,358 
99,763 
99,100 
98,257 
97,693 



1910 J Department of Mines. 41 



The Weyanoke Coal & Coke Co 96,998 

The Gay Coal & Coke Co 94,631 

Williamson Coal & Coke Co 93,108 

Oregon Coal Co 89,513 

Dixon-Pocahontas Fuel Co 83,235 

Hiawatha Coal & Coke Co 82,873 

The Yuma Coal & Coke Co 80,772 

Dry Fork Colliery Co 78,490 

Black Wolf Coal & Coke Co 77,530 

Zenith Coal & Coke Co 76,906 

Margaret Mining Co 76,799 

Howard Junior Coal Co 76,044 

Twin Branch Mining Co. . 75,131 

Chattaroy Colliery Co 74,791 

Pawama Coal & Coke Co. 73,529 

Maher Coal & Coke Co 67,529 

Price Coal Co 66,604 

H. T. Wilson Coal Co 62,730 

The Ethel Coal Co 61,442 

The Logan Coal Co 58,321 

Mohawk Coal & Coke Co 58,305 

Cirrus Coal & Coke Co 57,865 

Wenonah Coal & Coke Co 56,708 

Draper Coal & Coke Co. 56,194 

Rex Coal & Coke Co 51,002 

Hall Mining Co 47,477 

Winifrede White Ash Coal Co 46,753 

Marvin Coal Co 46,171 

West Virginia-Pocahontas Coal Co 44,700 

The Pando Coal Co 42,096 

East Lynn Coal Co 41,464 

Stone Branch Coal Co 40,213 

Welch Coal & Coke Co 40,119 

Hemhill Colliery Co 40,000 

Fort Branch Coal Co 37,634 

Pocahontas Smokeless Coal Co 34,141 

Central Pocahontas Coal Co 33,104 

The Smokeless Coal & Coke Co 32,913 

Pocahontas-Domestic Coal Co 24,643 

Atlas Pocahontas Coal Co . 24,575 

Naugatuck Coal Co 24,618 

W. T. Poole Coal Co 24,000 

E. R. Johnson Coal Mining Co 23,057 

Guyandotte Coal Co 19,656 

Lemoin Coal Co 18,729 

Vaughan Coal & Coke Co 18,471 

J. R. Shanklin Coal Co 18,238 

Warfleld Coal Co 16,976 

Flat Top Coal Mining Co 16,707 

No. 3 Pocahontas Coal Co 15,000 

Shamrock Coal Co 14,294 

Magnolia Coal & Coke Co 14,201 

Henrietta Coal & Coke Co 12,855 

Mary Helen Coal Co 12,374 

Red Jacket Jr., Coal Co 11,500 

Reynolds Mining Co 10,920 

Hurricane Branch Coal Co 9,000 

Harmon Coal Co 8,250 

Virginia Fuel Co 6,974 

V> hite Star Mining Co 4.670 



Annual Report or [W Va. 



Black Hawk Coal Co . 4,464 

Planagan Coal Co 3,580 

T. I >, Lee Coal Co 2,753 

War Creek Coal Co : 2,054 

Crystal Block Coal & Coke Co 1,163 

Hue haanon Coal Co 940 

Imperial-Pocahontae Coal Co 650 

Dry Fork Milling & Investment Co 600 

Creai I<< nd Coal Co 275 



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43 



A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE PICK AND MACHINE MINED 

COAL, BY COUNTIES, 1910. 

(Tons of 2,240 lbs.) 



COUNTY. 



Brooke 

Hancock ... 

Marion 

Marshall ... 

Ohio 

Harrison -. 

Lewis 

Upshur 

Barbour __ 
Monongalia 

Preston 

Taylor 

Grant 

Mineral 

Randolph .. 

Tucker 

Braxton ... 

Gilmer 

Mason 

Putnam 

Clay 

Fayette 

Kanawha -- 

Boone 

Nicholas __. 
Greenbrier . 

Raleigh 

Mercer 

McDowell — 

Lincoln 

Logan 

Mingo 

Wayne 



(Tons oi 2,240 lbs.) 



Pick Mined 
Coal. 



Totals 
Small Mines _ 



Grand Totals 



Machine Mined 
Coal. 



60,762 
17,314 

2,017,391 
27,124 
68,249 

L ,262 ,289 



50,838; 
444,391 
272,631 
706,729 
386,748 

72 934 

820|91l' 

694,998 

L, 033, 099 

114,422 . 

14,085 

75,327; 
455,261 



,886,218 

280,131! 

47,449 

39,395 

21,688. 

905,977; 

340,325 

635.244 



67,702, 
496,937, 
41,464 



29,361,033 
200,000 



29,561,033 



Total 
Production. 



372,898 

58,570 

2,193,231 

448,310 

184,726 

2,445,834 

20,906 

19,558i 

451,036 

142,361 

327,173 

196,474 

144,565 

37,761 

5,292 

47,268 



18,170 

69,862 

2,968 

36,306 

3,500,360 

4,474,247 

3,117 

20,050 



641,744 

202,542 

3,553,956 

49,237 

2,145,670 

1,548,483 



23,362,675 



23,362.675 



433,660 

75,884 

4,210,622 

475,434 

252,975 

3,708,123 

20,906 

70,396 

895,427 

414,992 

1,033,902 

583,222 

217,499 

858,672 

700,290 

1,080,367 

114,422 

32,255 

145,189 

458,229 

36,306 

9,389,578 

5,754,378 

50,566 

59,445 

21,688 

2,547,721 

2,542,867 

12,189,200 

49,237 

2,213,372 

2,045,420 

41,464 



52,723,708 
200,000 



52,923,708 



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ilaucock 

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Lewis 

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Mineral 

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Gilmer 

Mason 

Putnam 

Clay 

Payette 

Kanawha 

Boone 

Nicholas 

BaJeigh 

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McDowell .... 
Lincoln 

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425 


56 


481 


2 


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46 


10 


56 


22 


176 


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1,025 


293 


1,318 


5 


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233 


44 


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135 


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49 


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1 ,205 


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21 


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20 


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48 


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228 


55 


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4 


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12 


55 


327,173 


236 


76 


312 


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17 


196,474, 


145 


23 


168 


1 


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80 


32 


112 


2 


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32 


6 


38 


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7 


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9 


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134 


36 


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46 


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299 


3,500,360 


2,393 


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2,894 


108 


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4,474,247 


2,906 


657 


3,563 


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14 


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21 


61 


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429 


103 


532 


10 


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180 


29 


215 


50 


224 


153,956 


1,838 


348 


2,186 


3 


11 


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46 


14 


60 


26 


120 


2,145,670 


1 ,017 


206 


1,223 


26 


174 


1,548,483 


745 


303 


1,048 


475 


1,967 


23,362,6751 


13,747 


3,244 


16,991 



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94,312 
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103,397 

168,213 

83,311 

38,072 

56,861 

112,427 

79,165 

21,158 

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136,872 

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Jamison Coal & Coke Co. 
Jamison Coal & Coke Oo. 
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7,794 


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TABLE SHOWING THE COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE COKE 
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COUNTY. 



Marion 

Harrison — 

Upshur 

Barbour 

Monongalia 

Preston 

Taylor 

Randolph 

Tucker 

Fayette 

Kanawha 

Raleigh 

Mercer 

McDowell 

Nicholas 



Totals 



93,865 
7,116 



1909 



Increase of 

1910 
Over 1909 



65,213 

275 



SI, 898 
143,586 
293,415 
7,820 
183,405 
173,840 
713,540 

21,908 



310,551 

2,235,822 

615 



27,203 

117,254 

175,915 

5,302 

128,401 

97,684 
525,154 



220,681 
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4,217,381 3,096,561 



28,652 
6,841 



Decrease of 

1910 
Under 1909 



4,695 

26,332 

117,500 

2,518 

55,004 

76,156 

188,386 

21,908 



89,870 

502,343 

615 



1,120,820 



ORDER IN THE PRODUCTION OF COKE, 1897-1910. 



COUNTIES 


1897 


1898 


1899 


1900 


1901 


1902 


1903 


1904 
i 


1905 
1 


1906 
1 


1907 
1 


1908 

1 


1909 
1 


1910 


McDowell . — 


1 


1 


1 


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1 


1 


1 


1 


Fayette _ 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


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2 


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2 


Tucker . 


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5 


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COUNTY. 


No. of Coke Field in which 
Ovens Not Located. 
In Use 


Marion . ... 











240 Upper Monongahela. 


Barbour _ _. 
Monongalia . 
Preston 





154 j Upper Monongahela. 
120 Upper Monongahela. 
480 Tinner Mononeahela. 


Randolph 

Tucker 

Fayette 

Kanawha 

Raleigh 





240 

388 

1,122 

30 

55 


Upper Monongahela. 
Upper Potomac. 
New River. 
New River. 
New River. 


Mercer 

McDowell 





1,104 
3,966 


Pocahontas. 
Pocahontas. 




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Total 


8,599 





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NUMBER OF COKE OVENS NOT IN USE— 1910. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 


NAME OF MINE 


No. of Cok« 

Ovens 
Not In use. 


MARION COUNTY. 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 


Consolidation No. 26 

Consolidation No. 38 _ 

Consolidation No. 43 

Consolidation No. 45 

Consolidation No. 63 

Consolidation No. 67. 


150 
94 
90 
81 
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29 
50 
12 


Georges Creek Coal & Iron Co 


Chatham No. 1 

Jamison No. 8 

Kingmont 

Consolidation No. 21 

Consolidation No. 49. 

Consolidation No. 55 

MeWhorter _ .. 


12 
65 


The Va. & Pittsburg Coal & Coke Co.. 


39 


HARRISON COUNTY. 

The Consolidation Coal Co . 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

Fairmont & Balto. Coal & Coke Co.. 
Clarksburg Gas Coal Co 


684 

80 
60 
50 
30 
20 


Total. .. . 


240 


UPSHUR COUNTY. 
Buckhannon River Coal Co. .. _ 




36 


Total ._ .. _ 


38 


BARBOUR COUNTY. 

Meriden Coal Mining Co.. „ 

Davis Colliery Co .. 

Midland Coal & Coke Co.. . 


Meriden Nos. 1, 2 and 4 

No. 4 

Midland 


50 
33 
71 


Total. .. .. .. 


154 


MONONGALIA COUNTY. 

The Consolidation Coal Co .. 

Elkins Coal & Coke Co 

Connellsville Basin Coke Co 


Consolidation No. 30. . 

Rock Forge Nos. 1, 2 and 3_. 

Victoria No. 2 

No. 6 Masontown „ 


46 

4 

70 


Total 

PRESTON COUNTY. 
The Austin Coal & Coke Co.. 

Hamilton Coal & Coke Co. 

Gorman Coal & Coke Co 

Jordan Coal ( lo._ 

Hiorra Coke Co 

Manufacturers Coal & Coke Co." 

Elkins Coal & Coke Co 

Baking ComI ,v Coke Co... 


120 

66 
95 

9 
50 
50 
64 
69 

2 


Prestou County Coke Co. 


Cascade _ 


76 


Total 


480 


RANDOLPH COUNTY. 

Davis Coal ic Coke Co 

Davis Coal & Coke Co.. 

Davis Colliery Co 

Davis Colliery Co . 


Coalton No. 1 

Harding No. 3 


120 
65 
50 
6 


Total. .. 




TUCKER COUNTY. 
Cumberland Coal Co.. 
Davis Coal & Coke Co.. 
1 ".il & Coke Co.._ 


Coketon No. 36 

Coketon No. 37 

Eagle 


60 
140 

188 


Total 

-., , 1 AY1.TTE COUNTY. 
Columbus Iron & siccl Co. 


388 

2 

23 



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Department of Mines. 



75 



NUMBER OF COKE OVENS NOT IN USE— 1910. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



Fayette County— Cont. 

St. Clair Colliery Co 

The Mt. Carbon Co., Ltd 

Loup Creek Colliery Co 

The Gauley Mountain Coal Co. 

Gaymont Colliery Co 

Sunbeury Coal & Coke Co 

Fayette Coal & Coke Co 

Nuttallburg Collieries Co 

Fire Creek Coal & Coke Co 

Beechwood Coal & Coke Co. 

Greenwood Coal Co 

New River & Pocahontas Cons. Coal Co. 

New River & Pocahontas Cons. Coal Co.— . 

New River & Pocahontas Cons. Coal Co 

Low Moor Iron Co. of Va 

New River Collieries Co 

New River Collieries Co 

New River Collieries Co 

Harvey Coal & Coke Co 

Collins Colliery Co 

Macdonald Colliery Co 

Turkey Knob Coal Co 



NAME OF MINE 



Total 



KANAWHA COUNTY. 
The Connellton Coal Co 



Total 



RALEIGH COUNTY. 
Raleigh Coal & Coke Co 



Total. 



MERCER COUNTY. 

Mill Creek Coal & Coke Co 

Mill Creek Coal & Coke Co 

Buckeye Coal & Coke Co 

Booth-Bowen Coal & Coke Co 

Pocahontas Cons. Collieries Co., Inc. 

Pocahontas Cons. Collieries Co.. Inc. 

Louisville Coal & Coke Co. 



The American Coal Co., oi Alleghany Co. 
The American Coal Co., of Alleghany Co. 
Thomas Coal Co 



Total. 



Mcdowell county. 

Algoma Coal & Coke Co 

Elk Ridge Coal & Coke Co 

Gilliam Coal & Coke Co 

Indian Ridge Coal & Coke Co 

Roanoke Coal & Coke Co 

Arlington Coal & Coke Co 

Greenbrier Coal & Coke Co 

McDowell Coal & Coke Co 

Ashland Coal & Coke Co 

Pocahontas Cons. Collieries Co., Inc 

Pocahontas Cons. Collieries Co., Inc. 

Pocahontas Cons. Collieries Co., Inc 

Pocahontas Cons. Collieries Co., Inc. 

Pocahontas Cons. Collieries Co., Inc 

Pocahontas Cons. Collieries Co., Inc 

Elkhorn Coal & Coke Co 

Lynchburg Coal & Coke Co. 

Powhatan Coal & Coke Co 

Upland Coal & Coke Co 

Houston Coal & Coke Co 

Crozer Coal & Coke Co 

Turkey Gap Coal & Coke Co _. 



St. Clair 

Vulcan & South 

Austed & Eagle 

Nova Scotia & Turkey Creek.. 

Gaymont 

Sunnyside 

Fayette 

Nuttall 

Fire Creek 

Beechwood No. 1 

Greenwood 

No. 1 Minden 

No. 2 Minden 

No. 4 Minden 

Kay Moor No. I 

Brooklyn 

Rush Run 

Sun Nos. 1, 2 and 3 

Harvey Nos. 1 and 2 

Collins Nos. 1 and 2 

Macdonald 

Turkey Knob 



No. of Ooke 

Ovens 
Not In use. 



No. 2 



No. 1, 2 and 4~ 



Coaldale 

East, West and Tug River 

Buckeye N. & S 

Booth-Bowen 

Caswell, Hemlock & Elkhorn- 

Sagamore 

Louisville, Goodwill and Klon- 

dyke No. 3 

Crane Creek Nos. 1 and 2 

Pinnacle N. &. S 

Thomas Nos. 1 and 2 



Piney & Northfork 

Elk Ridge 

Gilliam 

Indian Ridge 

Roanoke 

Arlington 

Greenbrier 

McDowell 

Ashland & Monitor 

Cherokee 

Lick Branch 

Delta 

Shamokin 

Norfolk-Angle 

Rolfe 

Elkhorn 

Lynchburg 

Powhatan 

Upland No. 1 

Houston Nos. 1 and 2. 

Nos. 1 and 2 

Turkey Gap 






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NAME OF COMPANY. 


NAME OF MINE 


No. of Coke 

Ovens 
Not in use. 


McDow ell County— Coat. 

New River & Pocahontas Cons. Coal Co _ 

Big Sandy Coal & Coke Co .. 


Nos. 1 and I 1-2 


50 
50 


United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co— ~ ._ 
United States Coal & Coke Co 


No. i . 

No. 5 

No. 6 _ 

No. 7 


163 

9 

1 

2 

12 

47 


United States Coal & Coke Co _ 

Page Coal & Coke Co 

The Middle States Coal & Coke Co 

Tidewater Coal & Coke Co 


Nos. 1, 2~ and 3 


17 
275 

76 
220 


Bottom Creek Coal & Coke Co — 

Peerless Coal & Coke Co 

The Empire Coal & Coke Co .. 

Shawnee Coal & Coke Co .. 


Bottom Creek No. 1 

Empire 

Shawnee 


125 
134 
110 
98 


Eureka Coal & Coke Co.. 


Eureka 


75 


Koystone Coal & Coke Co 


Pulaski Nos. 1 and 2 . 

Keystone Nos. 1 and 2 


20 
144 


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Keystone Coal & Coke Co 

Plat Top Coal Mining Co. 

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Henrietta Coal Co 

Imperial-Pocahontas Coal Oo 


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Guyan River Coal Co. 

Kenova Coal Mining Co 


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Minero County Continued. 
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Great Bend Coal Co 


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Magnolia Coal & Coke Co 


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War Eagle Coal Oo. 

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Department of Mines. 



211 



TABLE SHOWING AVERAGE PRICE PAID PICK MINERS PER YEAR 
AND MONTH FROM 1897 TO 1910 INCLUSIVE. 



YEAR. 


Average Earnings of 
each Pick Miner. 


Average price 

per ton of 2240 

lbs. received 




Per Year. Per Month. 


for Pickmining 
(Run of mine.) 


1897 

1898 


$ 275.5S,$ 
£16.39i 
367.84i 
451.77: 
459.56: 
533.56' 
499.03 
484.96' 
508.01 
599.37 
643.05; 
503.84! 
481.17 
573.94 


22.96 
26.36 
30.65 
37.65 
38.29 
44.46 
41.59 
40.41 
42.17 
49.95 
53.59 
41.99 
40.10 
47.83 


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1904 .... 


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1907 

1908 ._ 


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1910 - 


.43 

.44 










Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



WAGES PAID AND SELLING PRICE OF COAL AND COKE FOR THE 
YEAR ENDING JUNE 30TH, 1910. 





Pick Miners Paid per Ton 
of 2,240 Mi-. 


Selling Price 
of 


CODNTY. 


Run~of Mine. 


Screened 


COAL. 


COKE. 




1 i i 
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Heading' 


Room. 


(Tons of 2.240 
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(Tons of 2.000 
lbs.) 


Brooke 


9 


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1.12 

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.75 

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.77 

.85 

.79 

.85 

.93 

1.03 

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.90 

.65 

1.07 

1.24 

1.15 

.94 

1.08 

.96 

.99 

1.02 

1.12 

1.30 

.99 

.97 

.98 

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.90 

.85 
.97 

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Hancock _ .. 




Marion 





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1.67 


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.83 




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.53 


1.75 










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.41 
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.42 
.45 
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.53 
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.48 

.62 
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1.80 








1.86 


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1.60 


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1 75 


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Kan. Riv. Series 




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2.31 


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McDowell 
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Lincoln 




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.44 


.43 

.45 

.48 






Mingo ... 












Averages 










$ 2. 00 


$ .44 


$ .50 


$ .83 


$ .95 


$ 1.83 



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1910] 



Depabtment or Mines. 



215 



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55 


All sections as far 
as the Pacific 
Coast. 

Cincinnati, Chi- 
cago, Toledo and 
various Northei'n 
and Western 
Points. 

Toledo, Ohio. 
Lorain Ohio. 

All points in Ohio, 
Indiana and Lake 
Ports. 






All Sections. 

Coast-Wise. 
New England 
New York, 
etc. : Export. 
Richmond, 
Lynchburg 
and various 
Southern Pts. 

Curtiss Bay. 
Md.: Port 
Richmond, 
Pa.; Pt. Read- 
ing, Pa. ; Port 
Covington, 
Md. 




Railroads 

and Docks to 
which Pro- 
duct is 
Delivered for 
Distribution. 


Various 

C. & O. Docks 
at Newport 
News: South- 
ern Ry. ; A. C. 
L.: S. A. L. : 
R.F.&P.Ry.: 
C. C. C. & St. 
L. :P. C. C. & 
St. L.: L. R.: 
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C. H. &D,: 
and C. C. & L. 

Kanawha & 
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Ohio R. R. : 
Western 
Maryland 
R. R. 

Various Rail- 
roads thruout 
the States. 
Docks at Tole- 
do, on both 
Hocking Val- 
ley and Toledo 
and Ohio Cen- 
tral railroaps. 




W. Va. Fuel 

used by the 
Line In the 

State. 


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No Re 
755,301 

46,160 
120,695 




Tons Deliver- 
ed toother 
Lines in West 
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434,531 






Tons Delivered 

to the Line by 

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in West Va. 


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45,166 

266 
43,925 




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631,725 
3,822 

38,728 
484,665 




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422,211 

87,957 
316,942 




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14,400,362 

448,738 
3,073,143 




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407.377 

88,223 
360,867 




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9,947,198 

14,404.184 

533,620 
3,557,808 








Baltimore \ 
O. R. R. Co. 

Chesapeake & 
O. R. R. Co. 


Coal & Coke 
Railway Co. 

Kanawha & 
Michigan R. 
R. Co 





1910] 



Department of Mines. 



217 



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Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



NUMBER OF KEGS OF POWDER USED AT THE MINES BY 
COUNTIES, FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 80TH. 1910. 



COUNTY. 



No. of 
operations 
reporting. 



Tons of 
Coal (Tons 
of 2240 lbs) 



No 

of Powder 
.used. 



i 
Cost per No. lbs. | No. lbs. 
Keg to Dynamite so-called 
miner. used. safety pow- 

der used. 



Brooke 

Hancock 

Marion 

Marshall 

Ohio 

Harrison 

Lewis 

Upshur _ 

Barbour 

Monongalia 

Preston 

Taylor 

Grant 

Mineral 

Randolph 

Tucker 

Braxton 

Mason 

Putnam 

Clay 

Fayette 

Kanawha 

Boone 

Nicholas 

Greenbrier 

Raleigh 

Mercer 

McDowell 

Lincoln 

Logan - 

Mingo .— 

Wayne 

Totals 



387,380 

75,884 

4,143,598 

343,761 

35,568 

3,461,474 

20,906 

70,396 

851,043 

324,725 

690,167 

561,127 

217,499 

477,800 

694,168 

1,080,367 

114,422 

138,635 

458,22.) 

36,306 

8,639,185 

5,290,051 

50,566 

17,124 

21,683 

2,347,473 

2,228,667 

10,980,630 

47,005 

2,026,867 

2,045,420 

41,464 



2,945 

885 

22,264 

1,362 

S34 

21,205 

325 

1,595 

7,320 

970 

9,821 

5,067 

2,450 

7,468 

9,494 

3,242 

2,007 

1,873 

12,500 

542 

98,189 

56,024 

1,921 

247 

153 

12,;iSi 

31,335 

96,431 

965 

17,486 

28,136 

1,883 



680 47,919,595 



450.273 



1.64 
1.65 
1.67 
1.61 
1.67 
1.70 
1.75 
1.60 

;.6i 

1.64 
1.50 
1.56 
1.72 
1.77 
1.68 
1.75 
1.75 
1.78 
1.75 
1.75 
1.93 
1.75 
1.82 
1.87 
1.75 
1.98 
2.00 
1.90 
. 75 
1.75 
1.80 
1.75 



105. 

125. 

no! 



13,011 



2501 

225! 

l,550j 

9,150, 

3,200l. 

"2^425 
920 
36,500, 
350 
50. 
2,275. 
50. 
60,185 
11,723 



1,500 

2,275, 

15,950 

128,438 



599|. 
12,680| 



459.507 



253,166 



50 

118,841 

2,644 

11,700 



10,600 
7,250 

208 
14,925 

250 



91,098 

500 

1,000 

4,481 
310,634 
10,520 
331,431 



33,058 



1.74 



303,646 1,661,861 



1910] 



Dkpaetment of Mines. 



219 



STEAM BOILERS AT MINES— 1910. 



COUNTY. 



No. of 

Boilers 

Insured. 



No. of 
Boilers not 
Insured. 



Total 

No. of 

Boilers . 



Brooke 

Hancock 

Marion . 

Marshall 

Ohio 

Harrison 

Lewis . 

Upshur 

Barbour 

Monongalia 

Preston 

Taylor 

Grant 

Mineral 

Randolph 

Tucker . 

Braxton . 

Gilmer 

Mason 

Putnam 

Clay 

Fayette 

Kanawha 

Boone 

Nicholas 

Greenbrier 

Raleigh 

Mercer 

McDowell 

Lincoln . 

Logan 

Mingo 

Totals. 




1,275 



SUMMARY OF THE NUMBER OF MINE LOCOMOTIVES IN THE 

STATE— 1910. 



COUNTY. 


No. of I 
Mines Us- 
ing Loco- 
motives. 1 




LOCOMOTIVES. 




Steam. 


FWtrir ICompress- 
fciectnc | edAil . 


Sum 
Total. 




_ 




12 

1 

37 




12 




1 
16 
4 
2 
22 
1 
2 
7 
4 
11 
10 
1 
4 
2 
7 
3 
5 
1 


.. 




1 


Marion 




2 


39 






10 

2 
27 




10 


Ohio . 






2 




1 
1 




28 






1 


Upshur 


2 

11 

13 

24 

10 

5 

2 

5 

22 

2 

8 

1 

217 

136 

1 

3 

63 




2 






11 









13 







24 
10 




i ■ i i i i i i i i i 
! 1 ! ! ! 1 ! 1 ! 1 ! 
! ! ! ! 1 1 ! ! ! 1 ! 
j |1 j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 

i i i i i i i i i i i 

1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


5 


Randolph 


2 

1 


4 

5 

23 




3 


Clay -. 


8 

1 


Nicholas i 3 

Raleigh . *6 


21 
i 

3 
16 
15 

7 


238 

139 

1 

8 

66 


Mercer ... 

McDowell .— 


32 
91 
12 
14 


26 

200 

26 

22 


2 


42 
218 
26 


3 


32 


Totals. 


4S5 


72 


888 


7 


967 



220 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



NUMBER AND KINDS OF LOCOMOTIVES IN USE AT THE MINES 

—1910. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



Locomotives. 



Name of Mine. 



| Comp. 
I Steam. Electric Air. 



BROOKE COUNTY. 

La Belle Coal Co.... 

Beech Bottom Coal Co 

Lewis-Findley Coal Co 

La Belle Iron Works 

Rex Carbon Coal Co 



Totals. 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 
The Margaret Coal Co 



Total - 



MARION COUNTY. 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co.. 

The Consolidation Coal Co.— 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

New Central Coal Co 

Federal Coal & Coke Co 

The Va. & Pittshnrsr Coal & Coke Co. 



Totals. 



MARSHALL COUNTY. 

Hitchman Coal & Coke Co 

Wheeling Pteel & Iron Co 

Bituminous Coal Co. of America.. 
Glendale Coal Co 



Totals. 



OHIO COUNTY. 

Richland Coal Co 

Elm Grove Coal Co 



Totals. 



HARRISON COUNTY. 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolirlntion Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Conl Co, 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Conl Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 

Cook Coal & Coke Co 

Corona Conl & Coke Co 

Hutchinson Conl Co 

Hutchinson Coal Co 

ttadelra-HUl-Clarfc Coal Co 



Lewis No. 1 

Beech Bottom No. 

Locust Grove 

La Belle 

Rex No. 1 



No. 4 



Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation] 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 

Stafford 

Federal 

Kingmont ... 



No. 22. 

No. 24. 

No. 26. 

No. 28- 

No. 34. 

No. 36_ 

No. 38. 

No. 43. 

No. 47. 

No. 53. 

No. 56. 

No. 59. 

No. 63- 



Hitchman 

Ben wood Mill 
Bituminous __. 
Glendale 



Richland __ 
Elm Grove 



Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 

Girard No. l 

Harold 

Erie 

Hutchinson 

Randolph and 
New Chieftain ... 



1910] 



Depabtment of Mines. 



221 



NUMBER AND KINDS OF LOCOMOTIVES IN USE AT THE MINES 
—1910— ( Continued. ) 



NAME OF COMPANY. 


Name of Mine. 


Locomotives. 


Steam. 


' Comp. 
Electric Air. 


H arrison Count y— Con ' t . 




1 


1 1 








Totals . 


1 
1 


27 




LEWIS COUNTY. 
Jacksonville Coal & Coke Co — 


Sarah B. No. 3 










Totals.. 


1 






UPSHUR COUNTY. 
Red Roek Fuel Co 


No 1-2 


o 













Totals - - 




2 

3 




BARBOUR COUNTY. 














i 








2 


The Century Coal Co. of W. Va 







41 . 


Miller Coal & Coke Co 






1 










Totals 




11 


MONONGALIA COUNTY. 
The Consolidation Coal Co 


Consolidation No. 30 - 




1 
3 
6 
3 




Elkins Coal & Coke Co — 


No 1 Richard 






Elkins Coal & Coke Co 








Connellsville Basin Coke Co 
















Totals — 




i3 




PRESTON COUNTY. 
Austen Coal & Coke Co 






3 










1 
2 

2 
1 
1 




Merchants Coal Co. of Penna. 
















Orr. Coal & Coke Co 


Vulcan __. __ _ _ 






Atlantic Coal & Coke Co 








Elkins Coal & Coke Co 






6 


Elkins Coal & Coke Co 


Nos. 1-2 King-wood or 
No. 4 .. 




3 


Elkins Coal & Coke Co. 






2 
3 
1 




Preston County Coke Co. 








Hiorra Coke Co. 
















Totals ... 




24 

2 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 




TAYLOR COUNTY. 
Pittsvein Coal Co ... 


Flemington 






McGraw Coal Co 








Rosemont Coal Co.. .. 


Rosemont . . . 






Maryland Coal Co 

Winona Coal & Coke Co .. 


No. 2 






The Sterling Coal Co 


Cecil 














Total* . . 




10 
5 




GRANT COUNTY. 
Davis Coal & Coke Co 
















Totals 




5 

1 




MINERAL COUNTY. 

Abrams Creek Coal & Coke Co 

Davis Coal & Coke Co 


Oakmont 

Wabash No. 9 .. 


— ll 




Davis Coal & Coke Co . 


Montgomery Run No. 19 
Ott No. 20 


1 


1 








Totals ... 




2 


2! 





222 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



NUMBER AND KINDS OF LOCOMOTIVES IN 
—1910—( Continued.) 



USE AT THE MINES 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



Name of Mine. 



Locomotives. 



I Oomp. 
I Steam. Electric 1 Air. 



RANDOLPH COUNTY. 

Davis Colliery Co 

Davis Colliery Co — 



Totals. 



TUCKER COUNTY. 

Cumberland Coal Co 

Cumberland Coal Co 

Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Davis Coal & Coke Co... 

Davis Coal & Coke Co — 

Davis Coal & Coke Co 



Totals. 



MASON COUNTY. 
Harris Coal Co 

The Liverpool Salt & Coal Co.. 
Hartford Coal & Mining Co — 



Totals. 



PUTNAM COUNTY. 
Plymouth Coal & Mining Co.— 
Plymouth Coal & Mining Co.— 
Plymouth Coal & Mining Co.— 
The Otto Marmet C. & M. Co. 
Oak Forest Coal & Mining Co.- 



Totals. 



CLAY COUNTY. 
Elk River Coal & Lumber Co.. 



Totals. 



FAYETTE COUNTY. 

Sunday Creek Co 

Sunday Creek Co -- 

Sunday Creek Co.. 

The Columbus Iron & Steel Co 

W. R. Johnson Coal Co 

W. R. Johnson Coal Co 

W. R. Johnson Coal Co 

Boomer Coal & Coke Co 

Boomer Coal & Coke Co 

Boomer Coal & Coke Co 

Boomer Coal & Coke Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Eureka Colliery Co 

Eureka Colliery Co 

W. R. Johnson Coal Co 

W. R. Johnson Coal Co — 

Mecca Coal & Coke Co... — 

Mecca Coal & Coke Co 

The Carver Bros. Co 

The Carver Bros. Co 

St. Clair Colliery Co... — 

M. B. Coal & Coke Co 

M. B. Coal & Coke Co 

The Mt. Carboj Co., Ltd 

Great Kanawha Colliery Co... 



Loup Crock Colliery Co 

Herbert Collieries Co 

Lynchburg Colliery Co 

The Gtauley Mountain Coal Co. 



Coalton No. 1. 
Harding No. 3. 



Douglas 
Douglas 
Thomas 
Thomas 
Thomas 
Thomas 
Thomas 



No. 1__ 

No. 5.. 

No. 23. 

No. 25. 

No. 34. 



No. 
No. 



Camden . 
Jackson . 
Hartford 



Plymouth _. 

Manilla 

California .. 
Big Otto ... 
Oak Forest 



Dundon 



National No. 112 

Longacre No. 114— 
Harewood No. 115... 

No. 1 

Kanawha No. 1 

Kanawha No. 2 

Oakland No. 2 

No. 1 

No. 2 North 

No. 2 South 

No. 3 

Hickory Camp 

Eureka No. 13 

Eureka No. 14 

Eagle No. 1 

Crescent Nos. 5^-7.. 

Mecca No. 2 

No. 5 Block 

Edgewater Nos. 2-3. 

Diamond 

St. Clair 

Kimberley No. 3 

Elk Ridge No. 1 

Vulcan & (South)— 
Brewster, Edward 

and Digby 

Ansted & Eagle 

Eerberton 

Lynchburg 

Novia Scotia 

Turkey Creek 



2 
3 





1 




2 

1 
1 




1 




1 




1 




1 




1 




1 




1 




1 




1 




1 
1 





2 




7 




1 




6 





1910] 



Department of Mines. 



223 



NUMBER AND KINDS OF LOCOMOTIVES IN USE AT THE MINES 
—191 0— ( Continued . ) 



NAME OF COMPANY. 


Name of Mine. 


Locomotives. 


f Comp. 
Steam. Electric! Air. 


Fayette County— Con't. 

Nuttallburg Collieries Co 

Keeneys Creek Colliery Co 


Sunnyside 

Elmo 


1 

1 
3 
2 
1 




Nuttall _J 




Smokeless 




Boone _. . . l 

Ballinger No. 1 ... 1 

Dubree ..... 








Rothwell Coal Co. 


1 








2 
2 




Fire Creek Collieries Co — — 


Kohinoor . . 


. 




Fire Creek „ . 




Alaska Coal & Coke Co — 


Alaska 


1 








Buffalo .. 


8 






Ridgeview . 


1 














Laurel ... 


2 




Glendale Colliery Co 


Glendale l 

Big Q i 

Greenwood ... 2 

Hemlock . ... 1 

Minden No. 1 

Minden No. 2 

Minden No. 3 




Quinnimont Coal Co 








2 
5 

15 
1 
5 
8 

11 
6 
3 
2 
1 




Hemlock Hollow Coal & Coke Co. ^ 

New River & Poca. Cons'd. Coal Co 

New River & Poca. Cons'd. Coal Co 

New River & Poca. Cons'd. Coal Co 

New River & Poca. Cons'd. Coal Co 





New River & Poca. Cons'd. Coal Co 


Minden No. 4 




New River & Poca. Cons'd. Coal Co 


Minden No. 5 

Kaymoor No. 1 _ 

Elverton ... 






Elverton Coal & Coke Co 




South Side Co. 


South Side 










The Thurmond Coal Co... 




- 


The New River Collieries Co 

The New River Collieries Co. 


Brooklyn ... _ 

Red Ash 


5 
3 





The Nex River Collieries Co 


Rush Run _ 


5 
10 

1 
1 
2 
4 
2 
5 




The New River Collieries Co 

The Dunglen Coal Co... _ - - 


Sun Nos. 1-2-3 

Dunglen No. 1 






Meadow Fork 

Star 




The Star Coal & Coke Co 




Niohol Colliery Co._ 






McKell Coal & Coke Co 

McKell Coal & Coke Co 


Derrvhale . 

Kilsyth .. 






Harvey No. 1 .. 

Prudence, Lyman 
and Jones __ 










4 
5 
2 
4 
3 
3 
1 
1 




Collins Colliery Co .. 






White Oak Fuel Co 






White Oak Fuel Co. 








White Oak Fuel Co 


Whipple 






White Oak Fuel Co 








White Oak Fuel Co 








Stuart Colliery Co. 








Stuart. Colliery Co 






5 

1 
o 
1 




Dunn Loop Coal & Coke Co... . 


Dunn Loop No. 1 






Dunn Loop Coal & Coke Co 




Macdonald Colliery Co.. 


Maedonald 

Sherwood 

Turkey Knob 






Price Hill Fuel Co.. 

Turkey Knob Coal Co 


2 

.' | 4 








Totals 


21 V\T 




KANAWHA COUNTY. 
Queen Coal & Coke Co 


Turner Rt. & Lft 


1 


1 




Villa Coal Mining Co... „ 


Mill Creek 

Wills Hollow Nos. 1-2-. 

Bkkeley No. 3 

Roderick 

Williams No. 1 

Nos. 1-3-4-6 


11 




Blue Creek Coal & Land Co 






Blue Creek Coal & Land Co 




1 
1 
1 
5 
2 
1 




Roderick Coal Co. 




Williams Coal Co 




The Campbells Creek Coal Co. ... 




Quincy Coal Co.. 


No. 2 . . ... 






Sunday Creek Co... 


No. 101 ... . 







224 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



NUMBER AND KINDS OF LOCOMOTIVES IN 
—1910—{ Continued.) 



USE AT THE MINES 



NAME OF COMPANY. 


Name of Mine. 


Locomotives. 


i Comp. 
Steam. lElectricj Air. 


Kanawha County— Con't. 

Sunday Creek Co 

Sunday Creek Co 

Kellys Creek Colliery Co 


No. 104 . 




1 


No. 105 .- 




2 


No. 109 . 

No. 1 




1 

1 


No. 3 . _. 




3 .. 


Hugheston Nos. 2-3 




3 


No. 2 _. 





2 
2 

2 

2 







Butler No. 1 
















Black Band 




5 




Olcott No. 1 




4 
1 
1 
2 
1 
7 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 




Olcott Coal & Iron Co 


South 
















West 






Dry Branch Coal Co 

Dry Branch Coal Co 


No. 7 


















Ronda 






Wvatt Coal Co. 


Oakley _ 






Wyatt Coal Co 

Wyatt Coal Co 

La Mont Mining Co. - 


Berlin _ . 












No. 3 






The Holly & Stephenson C. & C. Co 








The Holly & Stephenson C. & C. Co 


Stephenson No. 1__ _ . 

Wake Forest 

North 




1 

2 




1 




South 

Splint _.. 

No. 1 Gas 

No. 2 Gas 

No. 3 Gas 

No. 1 .. . . 




9. 




7 




2 




T 


West Va. Colliery Co.. 




4 

2 

2 


West Va. Colliery Co 

West Va. Colliery Co... 


No. 2 

No. 3 

Davis .- 

Cherokee ... _ 

Red Warrior 






9 


Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co 




1 
1 
1 





Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co 


Empire - ._. 




1 
1 

2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 




Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co 


Black Tulip .. 






Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co 


Acme ... _ _ - 






Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co 








Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co 


Thistle 






Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co 








Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co 








Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co 








Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co 


Kavford Nos. 1,-2 






Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co 








Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co 








Paint Creek Collieries Co 








Paint Creek Collieries Co 








Paint Creek Collieries Co 








Paint Creek Collieries Co 








Paint Creek Collieries Co 








Paint Creek Collieries Co 








Ooalburg-Kanawha Coal Co 


"A" 




11 


Coalburg-Kanawha Coal Co 


"B" 




i__ 


Winifrede Coal Co 


New Coalburg _. 




•2 _ 


Connell-Kanawha Coal Co .. 


Ooalburg No. 8... -.. 




2 


Standard Splint & Gas Coal Co... 


Standard 




1 

1 
3 
2 




Imperial Colliery Co .. 


Imperial No. 1 . 






Imperial Colliery Co 


Imperial No. 3 






Chesapeake Mining Co 


Chesapeake No. 2 

Morris Creek . .. 


1 

1 




Chesapeake Mining Co 

Morris Crook Colliery Co. 


1 

1 










Totals 


3 


136 





1910] 



Depaetment of Mines. 



225 



NUMBER AND KINDS OF LOCOMOTIVES IN USE AT THE MINES 
—1910— (Continued.) 



NAME OF COMPANY. 


Name of Mine. 


Locomotives. 


1 
Steam. Electric 


Comp. 
Air. 


BOONE COUNTY. 






11 - 










Totals 




iL - . 


NICHOLAS COUNTY. 

Raven Collieries 

Saxman Coal & Coke Co. 






i 

2 




















3 

6 
1 
2 
2 
5 
2 
3 
2 
2 

2 
1 

1 
2 
2 

7 

5 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
5 
2 
3 




RALEIGH COUNTY. 
Big Coal Co.— 








Big Coal Co.— _. 


Sarita _ - - 

Lanark Nos. 3-4 

Eecles No. 1 


1 












McKell Coal & Coke Co 








McKell Coal & Coke Co 

McKell Coal & Coke Co 














The Wright Coal & Coke Co 


Wright No 1 












Stonewall Coal & Coke Co 


Stonewall No. 1 


1 
















Piney Mining Co. 


Pinev No. 3. . 


1 






Raleigh No. 3 






Raleigh No. 6. 






Raleigh Coal & Coke Co 






Sullivan N. & S. 

Nos. 1-2-3-4 . 




























Mabscott 











Price Hill Fuel Co. . 


Price Hill . . 






Slab Fork Coal Co.— 


Xos. 1-2 






E. E. White Coal Co. 










Nos. 1-2 














Totals . 


3 

1 

2 
3 
3 

4 


63 

2 
2 




MERCER COUNTY. 
Mill Creek Coal & Coke Co. 






Mill Creek Coal & Coke Co 


East, West and 
Tug River 












Poca. Cons'd. Collieries Co., Ine 


Caswell, Hemlock 
and Elkhorn 


- 

1 

2 
2 
2 







West 








Louisville, Goodwill end 










Crystal Coal & Coke Co 








The American Coal Co. of Alleghany Co.— 
The American Coal Co. of Alleghany Co... 
The American Coal Co. of Alleghany Co... 








Pinnacle North & South 
Piedmant Nos. 1-2-3 


! I 


2 


— i :::::::: 


The Weyanoke Coal & Coke Co 






3 


The Smokeless Coal & Coke Oo. 






1 . 






l 
l 




Spring Coal Mining Co. ... .. 


'Spring 




1 










Totals ... 


16 

2 
2 


26 


Mcdowell county. 

Algoma Coal & Coke Co 

Elkridge Coal & Coke Co 

Gilliam Coal & Coke Co. 

Indian Ridge Coal & Coke Co 


Pinev & Northfork 


2 - 




i\ 
















226 



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[W. Va. 



NUMBER AND KINDS OF LOCOMOTIVES IN 
—1910— (Continued.) 



USE AT THE MINES 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



Name of Mine. 



Locomotives. 



Comp. 
Steam . , Electric Air . 



McDowell County Oon't. 

Roanoke Coal & Coke Co 

Arlington Coal & Coke Co 

Greenbrier Coal & Coke Co 

McDowell Coal & Coke Co 

Ashland Coal & Coke Co 

Poca. Cons'd. Collieries Co 

Poca. Cons'd. Collieries Co 

Poca. Cons'd. Collieries Co 

Poca. Cons'd. Collieries Co 

Poca. Cons'd. Collieries Co 

Poca. Con'd. Collieries Co 

Zenith Coal & Coke Co 

Elkhorn Coal & Coke Co 

Lynchburg Coal & Coke Co 

Powhatan Coal & Coke Co.. 

Upland Coal & Coke Co 

Houston Coal & Coke Co 

Orozer Coal & Coke Co 

Turkey Gap Coal & Coke Co.. 

The King Coal Co 

Mohawk Coal & Coke Co 

New River & Poca. Cons'd. Coal Co 

New River & Poca. Cons'd. Coal Co 

New River & Poca. Cons'd. Coal Co 

Hall Mining Co 

Va. -Pocahontas Coal Co 

Va. -Pocahontas Coal Co 

Va. -Pocahontas Coal Co 

Va. -Pocahontas Coal Co 

Premier-Pocahontas Collieries Co. 

Big Sandy Coal & Coke Co 

Big Sandv Coal & Coke Co 

Maher Coal & Coke Co — 

J. B. B. Collieries Co 

J. B. B. Collieries Co 

J. B. B. Collieries Co 

Superior-Poca. Coal Co 

Superior- Poca. Coal Co 

Superior-Poca. Coal Co 

Superior-Poca. Coal Co 

The Pando Coal Co 

Oregon Coal Co 

Jed Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United Ststes Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co... 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

Black WoM Goal & Toke Co.. 

Page Coal & Coke Co 

Page Coal & Coke Co 

Welch Goal & Coke Co 

Middle States Coal & Coke Co 

Dixon-Pocahontas Fuel Co 

Dixon-Pocahontas Fuel Co 

The Tidewater Coal & Coke Co.. 

Bottom Creek Coal & Coke Co 

Peerless Coal & Coke Co 

The Kmpire Coal & Coke Co 

Shawnee Coal & Coke Co 

Eureka Coal & Coke Co 

Pulaski Tron Co 

Keystone Coal & Coke Co 

Totals 



Roanoke 

Arlington 

Greenbrier 

M ID 'well 

Ashland & Monitor. 

Cherokee 

Lick Branch 

Delta 

Shainokin 

Norfolk-Angle 

Rolfe 

Zenith Nos. 1-2 

Elkhorn 

Lynchburg 

Powhatan 

Upland No*. 1 

Houston Nos. 1-2.. _ 

Nos. 1-2 

Turkey Gap 

King 

Mohawk 

Nos. 1-114 

No. 2 

No. 3 

No. 1 .. 

No. 

No. 



1 & 1 West 

2 & 2 West 

No. 11/2-3-4 

Caretta No. o 

Nos. 1-2-3 

Big Sandy 

Marytown 

Maher 

J. B. B. No. 1 

J. B. B. No. 2 

J. B. B. No. 3 

Blackstone 

Davy Crockett ... 

Cletus 

Helena 

Pando Nos. 1-2 

McClaren Nos. 1-2. 

Jed 

No. 2 .. 

No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



Nos. 1-:: 

Welch 

Eelena 

North Side No. 20... 
South Side No. 30... 

Tidewater 

Bottom Creek No. l. 

Peerless 

Empire 

Shawnee 

Eureka 

Pulaski Nos. i-2_. .. 
Nos. 1-2 



7 
2 

~2_- 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



227 



NUMBER AND KINDS OF LOCOMOTIVES IN 
—1910—( Continued.) 



USE AT THE MINES 



NAME OP COMPANY. 


Name of Mine. 


Locomotives. 


Steam. 


Electric 


Comp. 
Air. 


LOGAN COUNTY. 






2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
5 
1 

I 

4 












Draper Coal & Coke Co 

H. T. Wilson Coal Co 


Draper .. 






Wilson 






The Monitor Coal & Coke Co. 


Monitor-Beech wood 











United States Coal & Oil Co 


Island Creek No. 1 






United States Coal & Oil Co 

United States Coal & Oil Co 

United States Coal & Oil Co 


Island Creek No. 2. 
Island Creek No. 3 . 
Island Creek No. 4 

Chattaroy 

Buffalo -. .. 








MINGO COUNTY. 
Chattaroy Colliery Co 


1 


26 




The Buffalo Collieries Co 


3 




Howard Junior Coal Co.. 


Howard Junior ._ . 
Howard .. 


i 

l 










Williamson Coal & Coke Co.- 


No. 3 




2 


Red Jacket Cons'd. Coal & Coke Co.. ___ 


Rutherford . 


1 


5 
6 




Red Jacket Cons'd. Coal & Coke Co 


Red Jacket „ . 




Red Jacket Cons'd. Coal & Coke Co 


Lick Fork . 


2 




Thacker Coal & Coke Co 


Thacker No. 3._ 


2 




Thacker Coal & Coke Co 


Thacker No. 10 


1 




Glen Alum Coal Co 


Nos. 1-2-3 


6 




War Eagle Coal Co _ . 


Mephisto _ .. 




1 










Totals _ 


7 


22 


3 



228 



Annuax Report of 



[W. Va. 



§ 

r ^ 
.. * 

o 
ft? 

ft 



SQ ft? 



O 

hi 



ft; Vi 

S si 

pq ^ 



£ ^ Q 

^ 65 cq 

a 9 a? 

£* 

^ 6) 
^ c 

•K 
Ei 




?101 I I I I I C? OS • I 10 Ol ^ 



r£ C£ c M ' 




1910] 



Department of Mines. 



229 



GENERAL SUMMARY OF INSPECTIONS BY DISTRICT JULY 1st, 1909 
TO JUNE 30th, 1910. 



DISTRICTS. 



First 

First 

First 

Second— 

Third 

Third 

Fourth... 
Fourth... 

Fifth 

Sixth 

Seventh.. 
Seventh.. 
Eighth... 

Ninth 

Tenth 

Eleventh. 
Twelfth.. 



Totals. 



INSPECTORS. 



R. S. LaRue... 
Karl F. Schoew. 

E. A. Henry... 

F. E. Parsons- 
John F. Bratt. 
L. D. Vaughan. 
J. A. Springer. 
W. B. Plaster— 
E. A. Henry— . 
Bonner H. Hill. 
TVm. Warner- 
James Martin.. 
Robt. Y. Muir. 
L. B. Holliday. 
Arthur Mitchell. 
Wm. Nicholson. 
P. A. Grady.... 



No. of 
Inspections. 



13 

104 
21 
139 



110 

83 
202 

31 
101 
ISO 
2:;3 
197 
221 
204 



2018 



No. of 
Visits. 



37 



26 
5 
44 
13 

55 
32 

30 
40 
66 

20 

534 



Totals. 



24 
220 
7 
179 
5 
1:56 

S3 
246 

64 
156 
212 
285 
243 
287 
224 



GENERAL SUMMARY OF INSPECTIONS BY COUNTIES JULY 1st, 1909 
TO JUNE 30th, 1910. 



COUNTY. 


No. of 

Inspections. 


No. of 

Visits. 


Totals. 


Brooke .. ._ 
Hancock 


11 
3 

101 

11 
12 
131 

1 

7 

48 

16 

50 

■ 

9 
42 

•20 
44 

2 

14 

17 

5 
395 
271 

<> 

1 
145 
96 
352 
6 
68 
91 
4 


H 


67 




Marion .. _ 


■'> 


Marshal] . 


11 
12 


Ohio .. 
Harrison . _ 


. 


7 ? 

-' 

'5 

11 

8 
.1 
7 
9 
12 
2 
1 


203 


Lewis — _ 


Ips'iur 


- 


Barbour .. 




Monongalia 




Preston 




Taylor 




Grant _ . 


12 

49 
2S; 
56 
4 


Mineral 


Randolph 


Tucker 


Braxton 

Gilmer 


Mason _ __ 


11 

18 

7 

402 

340 


Putnam 


1 

97 
69 


Clay 


Fayette _ 


Kanawha 


Boone 


Nicholas 


1 


4 
1 


Greenbrier ... . 


Raleigh _ 


18 


168 
111 


Mercer 


McDowell . 


Lincoln 


J 


Logan — . 




B 


99 

4 










2018 




2552 



230 



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[W. Va. 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 1 
R. S. La RUE. Inspector. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



NAME OF MINE. 



No. of No. of 

Inspections. Visits. 



MARION COUNTY. 

Fairmont Coal Co New England 

Fairmont Coal Co Monongah No. 3. 

Fairmont Coal Co Monongah No. 6. 

Fairmont Coal Co Gaston 



Fairmont Coal Co [Montana 

Fairmont Coal Co shaft 

Fairmont Coal Co 

Fairmont Coal Co 

Dakota Coal & Coke Co 

Va. & Pittsburg C. & C. Co 

Federal Coal & Coke Co 

New Central Coal Co 

Georges Creek Coal & Iron Co 



Total- 



Shaver No. 1 

Shaver No. 2 

Dakota 

Chatham Shaft 

Federal 

New Central r 

Kingmont 



KARL F. SCHOEW, Inspector. 



BROOKE COUNTY. 

A. Gilchrist & Sons Co 

Beech Bottom Coal Co 

Lewis-Findley Coal Co 

La Belle Iron Works 

Rex Carbon Coal Co 



Total. 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 
The Marqeut Coal Co 



Total. 



MARTON COUNTY. 

Fairmont Coal Co 

Fairmont Coal Co 

Fairmont Coal Co 

Fairmont Coal Co 

Fairmont Coal Co 

Fairmont Coal Co 

Fairmont Coal Co 

Fairmont Coal Co 

Fairmont Coal Co 

Fairmont Coal Co 

Fairmont Coal Co 



The Oonsolidati 
The Consolidati 
The Consolidati 
The Consolidati 
The Consolidati 
The Consolidati 
The Oonsolidati 
The Consolidati 
The Consolidati 
The Consolidati 
The Oonsolidati 
The Oonsolidati 
Tin Oonsolidati 
The Oonsolidati 
The Oonsolidati 
The Co 

The Consolidati 
Federal 

i Co 

lal & Iron Co. 

Virginia & Pittsburg C. & C. Co Kingmont . 

Parker Bun Ooal & Coke Co.. Parker Run 

Jamison Coal & Coke Co. . 'No 7 

Jamison Coal & Ooke Co. _ _ s _ 

Jamison Ooal & Coke Co.. " No f) 

Phillips Coal Co.. Phillips 

Four States Coal Co taabel 

Harry B. Coal Co -'.'.'."'" Nos 3 &T. 



ion Coal Co 

ion Coal Co 

ion Coal Co 

ion Coal Co 

ion Coal Co 

ion Coal Co 

ion Coal Co 

on Ooal Co 

Coa' Co 

ion Coal Co 

ion Coal Co 

ion Coal Co 

ion Coal Co 

ion Coal Co 

ion Coal Co 

ion Coal Co 

ion Coal Co 



Gilchrist 

Beech Bottom 

Locust Grove 

La Belle Shaft 

Rex Carbon No. 1. 



No. 



Anderson 

Chiefton 

Highland 

Hutchinson 

Middleton 

Monongah No. 3. 
Monongah No. 5_ 
Monongah No. 6. 

Montana 

Murray 

Pennois 

No. 22 

No. 24 

Xo. 26 



Xo. 34 

Xo. 36 

38 

13 



\o 

No 

No. 15... 

No. 47— 

No. 56__. 

No. 59... 

No. 63--. 

No. 67 . 

Marion 

Stafford 
( lhatham 



1910] 



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231 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 1— (Continued.) 



NAME OF COMPANY. 


NAME OF MINE. 


No. of 
Inspections. 


No. of 
Visits. 


Marion County—Continued. 

Kilarm Coal & Coke Co 

Pittsburg Steam Coal Co 

Dakota Coal & Coke Co 


No. 1 

Elizabeth 


5 
3 


1 
i 


Catawba ... . 


6i 2 
2 








Total . 


91 

1 
1 


58 


MARSHALL COUNTY. 


Hitchman 

Mound 

Richland 






Mound Coal Co — 


OHIO COUNTY. 
Richland Coal Co — _ 


2 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 






Elm Grove Coal Co 


Elm Grove - 


1 




Carter _ ..... 


o 




Manchester 

La Belle Drift 




o 




Gilchrist . 




BROOKE COUNTY. 


5 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 


1 




La Belle Coal Co 


Lewis No. 1 . 





Beech Bottom Coal Co 


Beech Bottom . 


o 


Lewis-Findley Coal Co 


Locust Grove 





Rex Carbon Coal Co 


La Belle Shaft . 

Rex No. 1 






Total 


6 

1 
1 


o 


HANCOCK COUNTY. 
The Marquet Coal Co 


No. 4 


o 


The Marquet Coal Co 


No. 6 





TotaL 

MARSHALL COUNTY. 


2 
1 




n 


Mound Coal Co 


Mound _ 


21 
2 




Panama .... 


1 

1 
1 
1 





Glendale Coal Co .. ._ 







Wheeling Steel & Iron Co 







Kuntz Bros. & Miller . _. 













Total .. .. 


9 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 





OHIO COUNTY. 







Elm Grove Coal Co 

Whittaker-Gleasner Co 


Elm Grcve _. 






Reyman Brewing Co.. __ 

J. S. Creighton 

Peter Storch & Sons 

La Belle Iron Works „ ._ 


Manchester 

Creighton 

Storch ._ ... 

La Belle Drift 














Total 


7 














Mr. E. A. Henry, Inspector of the Fifth District, inspected the mines in Brooke, Han- 
cock, Marshall and Onio Counties, beginning. December 8th, 1909. to June 30, 1910, in- 
clusive. 



232 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 
PRANK E. PARSONS, Inspector. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 


NAME OF MINK. 


No. of 
Inspections. 


No. of 

Visits. 


HARRISON COUNTY. 




3 

3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


1 
1 

1 
1 
1 



1 


2 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
4 

; 2 

i 
i 
i 
i 
i 

5 
3 
2 
4 
3 

J 

2 


3 

2 

1 
• 1 
8 
1 
3 
2 
1 


3 




2 




Columbia 







Fairmont Coal Co : 


Dunham .. i 

Ehlen No. 1 

Ehlen No. 3 







Fairmont Coal Co 1 


Enterprise — 

Globe — 


1 





























1 






1) 




Riverdale 


1 






Solon . . . 









1 


Fairmont Coal Co - 


Viropa .__ 










1 






1 


Clarksburg Fuel Co 




1 


Clarksburg Fuel Co 


O'Neil 





Clarksburg Fuel Co 







Clarksburg Fuel Co 


Fall Run 


a 


Clarksburg Fuel Co -. — 




i 


Clarksburg Fuel Co. 




a 


The Consolidation Coal Co... 


Cons. No. 21 .. 


l 


The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 


Cons. No. 23 




l 


The Consolidation Coal Co 







The Consolidation Coal Co... 


Cons No. 29.. 


1 


The Consolidation Coal Co 


Cons. No. 31 

Cons No 33 


2 


The Consolidation Coal Co 


C 


The Consolidation Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co 


Cons. No. 35 

Cons No 40 


1 


The Consolidation Coal Co 


Cons No 42 


2 


The Consolidation Coal Co 


Cons No. 40 _ 


C 


The Consolidation Coal Co 




f 


The Consolidation Coal Co 


Cons No 49 


] 


The Consolidation Coal Co __ 


Cons No 50 


2 


The Consolidation Coal Co 




2 


The Consolidation Coal Co 


Cons No. 52 


( 


The Consolidation Coal Co... 




C 


The Consolidation Coal Co._. .. 


Cons. No. 55 - 

Cons. No. 58 

Cons No 60 


( 


The Consolidation Oonl Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co. 


( 

( 


The Consolidation Coal Co.. 




C 


The Consolidation Coal Co. 




( 


The Consolidation Coal Co 

onsolidation Coal Co... 


Oons ,No. 64 

Cons. No. 65... 


s 


The Consolidation <'onl Co. 




1 


Virginia-Maryland Oonl Corporation 
Oook Coal & Coke Co.. 


Willard Nos. 1 & 2 


( 

1 


Corona Coal & Ooke Co... 


Harold 


] 


Central Fairmont Coal Co. 


Snake Hill 


] 


nl Coal Co. .. 




( 


Haywood Coal Mining Co... 


Monroe .— . -- 


( 


Hutchinson Coal On. 


1 


Hutchinson Coal Co. 






ETutchin jon I oal Co._ 


Kramer 


1 


Hero Coal & Coke Co 


• 


Blue Ridge Pnal Co. 




( 


Rose Bud Fuel To. 




( 


Southern Coal & Transportation Co... 




( 


Monroe Colliery 




( 


National Coal Co 




1 


Peacock Coal Co. 




( 


i ayette Cr.nl Co _-.>,.,-, i !,. 


( 


Short line Coal Co. 

Baltimore Ooal & Coke Co 


Girard No. 2 


< 




( 







1910] 



Department of Mines. 



233 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 2— Continued 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



Harrison County— Continued. 

Madeira-Hill-Clark Coal Co 

Madeira-Hill-Clark Coal Co 

Madeira-Hill-Clark Coal Co 

Madeira-Hill-Clark Coal Co 

W. B. Gunton Coal Co.,D. Howard Eecvr. 

O'Gara Coal Mining Co 

W. B. Gunton Coal Co 

Pitcairn Coal Co. of W. Va 

Pittsburg & Fairmont Fuel Co. 

Pittsburg & Fairmont Fuel Co 

Pittsburg & Fairmont Fuel Co 

Marshall Coal Co 

Marion Gas Coal Co 

Southwestern Coal Co 

Cook & Hart 

Daniel Howard & V. E. Goeke 

Sv.iger Coal Co 

Bryon Domestic Coal Co 

Hygrade Coal Co 

Kroger Gas Coal Co 

Lumberport Steam Coal Co 



NAME OF MINE. 



Goff 

Waldo -. 

Randolph 

New Chiefton — 

Phoenix 

O'Gara 

Phoenix 

Pitcairn 

Perry No. 1 

Perry No. 2 

Perry No. 3 

Marshall 

Bingamon 

Miller Nos. 1 & 2. 

Cook 

Cook 

Gilbert 

Keith 

Page 

Polar' 

Emory 



TotaL 



LEWIS COUNTY. 
Jacksonville Coal & Coke Co.. 



Total. 



TTPSHUR COUNTY 

Red Rock uel Co 

Newcomer Coal Co 

Buckhannon River Coal Co 



TotaL 



No. of INo. of 
Inspections, i Visits. 



Sarah B. No. 3 



Red Rock Nos. 

Newcomer 

Florence 



131 ' 



In addition to inspecting these mines, Mr. Parsons made seven visits to the Federal 
Coal & Coke Co., Federal Mine »nd one visit to the Powell Coal & Coke Co. Powell Mine 
in the First District in Marion County. 



234 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 3. 
JOHN F. BRATT, Inspector. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 


NAME OF MINK. 


No. of 
Inspections. 


No. of 
Visits. 


BARBOUR COUNTY. 

The Century Coal Co. of West Va 

The Century Coal Co. of West Va 




1 
1 










Richard No. 1 

Sabraton No. 5 




Total 


•2 

1 

1 





MONONGALIA COUNTY. 

Elkins Coal & Coke Co 

Elkins Coal & Coke Co 










Total 


2 

1 
1 

1 





PRESTON COUNTY. 
Oakland Coal & Coke Co - — 











o 


Orr Coal & Coke Co 


Vulcan ... -. _ 

HAN, Inspector. 

Meriden . . 





Total — - 

L. D. VAUG 

BAEBOUB COUNTY 
Meriden Coal Mining Co 


3 
4 
6 
2 
3 
6 
3 
2 
1 
2 
3 
4 
3 

3 
1 




5 







1 






2 









The Century Coal Co. of West Va. 


Century Nos. 1 & 2 


4 


Grafton Fuel Co 





Grafton Fuel Co 


Lillian No. 2 


o 




Miller Coal & Coke Co 

Davis Colliery Co. 

Midland Coal & Coke Co 


Sara 

Junior No. 4 

Midland ... . 




1 




Luella Coal Co 









1 


Humphrey's Collieries Co 




1 


Pittsburg & Uniontown 













Total 

MONONGALIA COUNTY. 
Opekiska Coal & Coke Co 


46 

1 
2 
3 
3 
3 
1 
1 


15 
1 


Fairmont Coal Co 







Elkins Coal Co 







Elkins Coal Co 




1 


Connellsville Basin Coke Co 




1 


Great Scott Coal & Coke Co. 







New Grant Coal Co 













Total _ ... 


14 

3 
3 
5 
1 

2 

2 
3 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 

1 
2 
$ 
2 
2 
1 
3 
& 


a 


PRESTON COUNTY. 
Austen Coal & Coke Co 





l 


Austen Coal & Coke Co 




2 


Hamilton Coal & Coke Co 




2 


Gorman Coal & Coke Co 


Weal End 





Gorman Coal & Coke Co 

Iron Coal Co __ .. __ 


Gorman No. 2. ... 

Go] man No. 4 







Merchants Coal Co.. 




1 


S. H. Jordan _ 







Kingwood Coal Co 

Orr Coal & Coke Co 


Howesville 




1 


Tlite Coal & Coke Co. 







Manufacturers Coal & Coke Co.. 




1 


Atlantic Coal & Coke Co 








Elkins Coal & Coke Co „ 


2 


Elkins Coal & Coke Co 

Elkins Coal & Coke Co 

Elkins Coal & Coke Co 


Kingwood No. l 

Kingwood No. 2 

Kingwood No. 4 







Elkins Coal & Coke Co 

Preston County Coke Co ' 


Masontown No. 6 

Cascade 




e 



1910] 



Depabtment of Mines. 



23B 



NUMBER OF INSPECTION®— DISTRWT No. 3— (Continued.) 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



NAME OF MINE. 



Preston County— Continued. 
Hiorra Coal & Coke Co 



Total. 



TAYLOR COUNTY. 

Grafton Coal & Coke Co. 

Pittsvein Coal Co 

T. B. Davis 

McGraw Coal Co 

Rosemont Coal Co 

Maryland Coal Co 

Maryland Coal Co.- 

Maryland Coal Co. 

Maryland Coal Co. 

Johnson Bros. Coal Co. 

"Winona Coal & Coke Co 

Winona Coal & Coke Co 

Harrison Coal Co 

East Grafton Coal Co. 



Total. 



Hiorra 




Sandlick 
Flemington Nos. 1 

T. B. Davis 

New York No. 1 

Rosemont 

Wendel No. 
Wendel No. 
Wendel No. 
Wendel No. 
Wendel No. 
Cecil . 
Winona No 
Winona No 
Harrison 
Shaft __ 



236 



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[W. Va. 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. ', 
J. A. SPRINGER, Inspector. 



NAME OP COMPANY. 


NAME OF MINE. 


No . of 

Inspections. 


No. of 
Visits. 


TUCKER COUNTY. 
Davis Coal & Coke Co 


i Pendleton Run _.. 







Davis Coal & Coke Co 


Coketon No. 26 

Coketon No. 37 





Davis Coal & Coke Co .. . 


o 


'Thomas No. 23 r 


o 


Davis Coal & Coke Co 




o 






Total 


: 

4 
3 
2 


o 


W. B. PLAS 
GRANT COUNTY. 


TER, Inspector. 
Henry No. 22 


2 




Buffalo Creek 







Cottage Street 







Elk Garden No. 6 




Total 

MINERAL COUNTY. 
Davis Coal & Coke Co 


'. 

2 

1 
3 
3 
5 

4 
1 
2 
2 
2 
3 
1 
2 
3 
2 
2 
3 

2 
2 


2 



Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Davis Coal & Coke Co 


Elk Garden No. 10 

Kittanning No. 14 ._ _ 
Kittanning No. 15 







Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Davis Ccal & Coke Co 


Montgomery Run No. 19.. 
Ott No. 20 



2 


Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Davis Coal & Coke Co 


Tyson No. 10 

Wabash No. 9 




o 


Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Davis Coal & Coke Co 


No. 50 . 

No. 51 .. .. 






Abrams Creek Coal & Coke Co 


Oakmont ._ ... .. 

Virginia ... 

Big Vein .. ... 


4 


Piedmont & Potomac Coal Co 





Big Vein Coal Co. of West Va 

Masteller Coal Co 




o 


Denman Coal Co 







Smith Coal Co 


Smith 


o 


L. B. Bryden 


Wabash _. 





■Western Maryland Coal Co 


Wabash 


1 




o 


Glade Run Coal & Coke Co 


Sarah No. 3 


o 






Total .. . 


42 

3 
3 

3 

1 
3 

3 
2 
1 
1 


7 


RANDOLPH COUNTY. 
Davis Coal & Coke Co 







Davis Coal & Coke Co 




o 


Davis Colliery Co 




1 


Davis Colliery Co 

Davis Colliery Co 

Davis Colliery Co 


Grassy Run Nos. 1-2-3 


2 






1 


Davis Colliery Co 




2 


Davis Colliery Co 







W. H. Green, Lessee.. _ 







Brady Coal Co . 

West Va. Pnlp & Paper Co... 


Klondyke 













Total 


20 

3 
3 
4 
1 
!J 
2 
4 
3 
6 
2 
3 
3 


6 


TUCKER COUNT 1. 
Cumberland Coal Co... _ 







Cumberland Coal Co... 







Davis Coal & Coke Co 




3 


Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Davis Coal & Coke Co 







Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Davis Coal & Coke Co.... 


W 1 

Pendleton Run 


1 

o 


Davis Coal & Coke Co 


1 


Davis Coal & Coke Co.... 


Coketon Nos. 35-36 

( foketon No. 24 

i lokel >n v 


1 


Davis Coal & Coke Co... 
Davis Coal & Coke Co. 







Gatzmer Coal & Coke Co.. 




1 








Total 


30 


10 



nl"i a a! J> ?" \? ,n3 T>eetIngr the above mines, Mr. Plaster made one visit to the Federal 

m ™ oke JP -' Feder al Mine, First District, Marlon County. 

Mr.onas. Connor, Office and Field Assistant, made an inspection of the Davis Coal & 
Coke Co., Ccketon No. 37 Mine, in December, 1909. 



1910] 



Depabtment of Mines. 



237 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS*— DISTRICT No. 
E. A. HENRY, Inspector. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



BRAXTON COUNTY. 

Davis Colliery Co - 

Davis Colliery Co 



Total. 



GILMER COUNTY. 
Cosmopolitan Coal & Coke Co. 



Total 



MASON COUNTY. 

Mason City Coal Mining Co 

Harris Coal Co 

Beech Grove Coal Co 

The Liven ool Salt & Coal Co. 

Hartford Coal Mining Co 

Dixie Coal Works 



TotaL 



PUTNAM COUNTY. 

Plymouth Coal & Mining Co 

Plymouth Coal & Mining Co 

Plymouth Coal & Mining Co 

Otto Marmet Coal & Mining Co. 
Black Betsey Coal & Mining Co.. 

Oak Forest Coal & Mining Co 

Big Hurricane Coal Co 



Total. 



CLAY COUNTY. 
Elk River Coal & Lumber Co.. 

V. & O. Red Ash Co 

Queen Shoals Coal Co 



NAME OF MINE. 



Bower No. 
Copen No. 



Gilmer No. 1. 



Linden Nos. 1 & 2. 

Camden 

Beech Grove 

Jackson 

Hartford 

Dixie 



Plymouth 

Manila 

California 

Big Otto Nos. 
Black Betsy ... 

Oak Forest 

Big Hurricane 



2 



— Dundon - 
— - Pisgah .- 
.— Burnzwell 



Total. 



FAYETTE COUNTY. 

Sunday Creek Co -'No. Ill 

Sunday Creek Co [No. 

Sunday Creek Co No. 

Sunday Creek Co 'No 

The Columbus Iron & Steel Co 

Kanawha Gas Coal Co 

Karawha Gas Coal Co 

W. R. Johnson Coal Co 

Boomer Coal & Coke Co 

Boomer Coal & Coke Co 

Boomer Coal & Coke Co 

Boomer Coal & Coke Co 



Total- 



112 

1H 

115 

No. 1 

Kanawha Gas 

Eagle 

Oakland 

No. 1 

No. 2 North . 
No. 2 South . 
No. 3 



Jones 

Queen Shoals 

Turner 

Turner 



KANAWHA COUNTY. 

Falling Rock Cannel Coal Co 

Queen Shoals CoalCo 

Queen Coal & Coke Co 

Elk Coal Co 

Marmet Coal Co iMarmert No. 2_ 

Clay Coal Co Bradley White Ash 

Mill Creek Cannel Coal Co Mill Creek 

Blue Creek Coal & Lumber Co ! Blakeley No. 3 

Roderick Coal Co 'Roderick 

Williams Coal Co (Williams 

The Campbells Creek Coal Co 'No. 3 

The Campbells Creek Coal Co No. + 

Sunday Creek Co No. 104 

Sunday Creek Co 'No. 105 

Sunday Creek Co No. 109 

Kelly's Creek Colliery Co No. 3 



No. of 

Inspections. 


No. of 

Visits. 


1 
1 






2 
1 








IV 



28 



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NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 5— (Continued.) 



NAME OF COMPANY. 


NAME OF MINE. 


No. of 
Inspections. 


No. of 

Visits. 


K a na wh a Cou nty — Cont inued 
Hughes Greek Coal Co.. .. 


Hugheston No. 2 


1 
2 
1 
1 





OaEnelton Coal Co. 


Cannelton No. 2 


1 


The Marmet Coal Go.. .. _ . 


Marmet No. 1 







Marmet No. 2 











Total. 


21 


•7 









In addition to the above mines, Mr. Henry also inspected 24 mines in the First District, 
Brooke, Hancock, Marshall and Ohio Counties. 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



239 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 6. 
BONNER H. HILL, Inspector. 



NAME OP COMPANY. 



KANAWHA COUNTY. (Part) 

Marmet Coal Co 

Marmet Coal Co 

Marmet Coal Co 

Marmet Coal Co 

Olcott Coal & Iron Co 

Peerless Coal Co 

Winifrede Coal Co 

Winifrede Coal Co 

Winifrede Coal Co 



NAME OF MINE 



Black Band 

Lens Creek 

Butler 

New Butler _ 
Olcott No. 1-— 

Peerless 

West 

North Pick 

North Machine 
South Machine 
Belmone 



Dry Branch Coal Co. 

Dry Branch Coal Co Coalburg 

Dry Branch Coal Co |Dry Branch 

Coalburg Colliery Co Ronda 

Wyatt Coal Co iBerlin 



Horton No. 1 

Horton No. 2 

Oakley 

Coaling Station 

Wilton 

La Mont No. 1_. 



Wyatt Coal Co 

Wyatt Coal Co — 

Wyatt Coal Co 

Lewis Coal & Coke Co 

Persinger Coal Co 

La Mont Mining Co 

La Mont Mining Co -La Mont No. 3. 

Holly & Stephensoa Coal & Coke Co |No. 2 

Holly & Staphenson Coal & Coke Co No. 5 

Holly & Stephenson Coal & Coke Co Eskdale 

Wake Forest Mining Co.— Wake Forest ... 

Carbon Coal Co Carbon Splint . 

Carbon Coal Co [North Carbon 

Carbon Coal Co South Carbon 

Republic Coal Co 'No. 1 

Republic Coal Co No. 2 

Republic Coal Co 'No. 3. 

West Virginia Colliery Co No. 1 

West Virginia Colliery Co No. 2 

Wast Virginia Colliery Co 'No. 3 

West Virginia Colliery Co |No. 4 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co |Acnie 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co Belleelere 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co Black Tulip 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co Bucheye 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co Calidonia 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co Cherokee 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co _.!Davis 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co.. jEmpire 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co IHolly 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co.. jKayford No. 1 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co Kayford No. 2 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co Keystone 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co Quarrier 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co '■ Raccoon Gas 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co.. .JRaccoon Splint 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co Red Warrior 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co iRose 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co iRuhy 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co Shamrock . 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co Thistle 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co United Gas 

Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Co United Splint 

Paint Creek Collieries Co . .. jReynolds 

Paint Creek Collieries Co... JSouth Hill 

South Hill Coal Co _ Knickerbocker 



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BOONE COUNTY. 

Coal River Co Ottawa 

Spruce River Coal Co [Ramage. 



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RALEIGH COUNTY. CPart). 
Big Coal Co... |Dorothy 

Total 



No. 


of 




No. of 


In spec 


tion 


3. 


Visits. 






3 









1 









2 









2 









5 









2 









4 









4 


1 






4 









4 









o 









4 









3 


1 






3 









3 


1 






2 









3 







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[W. Va. 



Mr. Hill also Inspected and visited the following mines in other districts. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 


NAME OF MINE. 


No. oi 

Inspections. 


No. of 

Visits. 


FOURTH DISTRICT 

GRANT COUNTY. 
Dn\ls Coal & Coke Co 


Henry No. ??. 





1 


Total. 







1 


TUCKER COUNTY. 
Davis Coal & Coke Co.- 


Thomas 


1 








FIFTH DISTRICT 
KANAWHA COUNTY. 




1 


1 









Total... ._ 


1 







SEVENTH DISTRICT 
Paint Creek Colliery Co 


Scranton 

Bachman - 

Whitney — - 

Mill Creek _ . 


1 


EIGHTH DISRICT 

FAYETTE COUNTY. 
New River Valle/ Coal Co 

Mill Creek Colliery Co. „ „ .. 




1 

1 
1 


1 






Total 


3 






1910] 



Department of Mines. 



241 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 7. 
• WM. WARNER, Inspector. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



FAYETTE COUNTY. 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Eureka Colliery Co 

Eureka Colliery Co 

Eureka Colliery Co 

W. R. Johnson 

W. R. Johnson 

Mecca Coal & Coke Co 

Mecca Coal & Coke Co 

Carver Bros. 

Carver Bros. 

Carver Bros. 

Carver Bros. 

Carver Bros. 

St. Clair Colliery Co 

The Mt. Carbon Co. Ltd 

M. B. Coal & Coke Co 

M. B. Coal a, Coke Co 

M. B. Coal & Coke Co 

Great Kanawha Colliery Co 

Great Kanawha Colliery Co 

Great Kanawha Colliery Co 

Herbert Collieries Co 

Ft. Defiance Coal & Coke Co.— 

Lynchburg Colliery Co 

Lynchburg Colliery Co 

Gamoca Coal Co 

Deitz Colliery Co 



NAME OF MINK. 



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KANAWHA COUNTY. 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

The Coalburg-Kanawha Coal Co.. 
Ihe Coalburg-Kanawha Coal Co.. 

Winifrede Coal Co 

Imperial Colliery Co 

Imperial Colliery Co 

Montgomery Coal Co 

Chesapeake Mining Co 

Chesapeake Mining Co 

Chesapeake Mining Co 

Chesapeake Mining Co 

Chesapeake Mining Co 

Morris Creek Colliery Co 



Hickory Camp ... 

Eureka No. 13 

Eureka No. 14 

Eureka No. 16 

Crescent No. 5 

Crescent No. 6 

Mecca No. 2 

Mecca No. 5 

Edgewater No. 2. 
Edgewater No. 3. 
Edgewater No. 5. 
Diamond No. 4... 
Diamond No. 5... 

Eagle 

Vulcan, South ... 
Elk Ridge No. 1__ 
Elk Ridge No. 2— 

Columbia No. 5 

Edwards 

Brewster 

Digby 

Herberton 

No. 2 

Lynchburg No. 2. 
Lynchburg No. 5. 

Gamoca 

Dietz 



Total. 



ranton 

Paint Creek 

Wacomah 

Banner No. 1... 

Banner No. 2 

Detroit 

Grose No. 1 

Grose No. 2 

Greenbrier No. 2 
Greenbrier No 
Coalburg A. ... 
Coalburg B. ... 
New Coalburg .. 
Imperial No. 1.. 
Imperial No. 3.. 

Upper 

Chesapeake No. 
Handley No. 1.. 

No. 2 Gas 

Handley No. 3.. 
Handley No. 6_. 
Morris Creek ... 



3_. 



JAMES MARTIN, Inspector. 

CLAif COUNTY. 
Carter Coal Co Carter 



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(Partt 



FAYETTE COUNTY. 
Paint Creek Collieries Co... 

Enreka Colliery Co 

W. R. Johnson 

W. R. Johnson 

W. R. Johnson 1 Crescent No. 7. 

Mecca Coal & Coke Co 'Mecca No. 2.— 

Mecca Coal & Coke Co iMecca No. 5__. 



Hickory Camp 

Eureka 

Crescent No. 5. 
Crescent No. 6. 



No. of 
Inspections. 



No. of 

Visits . 



27 



242 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 7— (Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



Fayette County Continued 

Carver Bros. 

Carver Bros. 

Carver Bros. 

Carver Bros. 

Carver Bros. 

Carver Bros. 

St. Clair Colliery Co 

M. B. Coal Co 

M. B. Coal Co.. — 

M. B. Coal Co 

The Mt. Carbon Co. Ltd 

Great Kanawha Colliery Co 

Great Kanawha Colliery Co 

Loup Creek Colliery Co 

Loup Creek Colliery Co . 

Herbert Collieries Co 

Fort Defiance Coal & Coke Co 

Fort Defiance Coal & Coke Co 

Lynchburg Colliery Co 

Gamoea Coal Co 

Dietz Colliery Co 

Milburn Coal & Coke Co 

Big Sandy Coal & Coke Co 



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KANAWHA COUNTY. (Part) 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Greek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Coalburg-Kanawha Coal Co 

Coalburg-Kanawha Coal Co 

Southwestern Splint Fuel Co 

Winifrede Coal Co 

Belmont Coal Co 

Standard Splint Gas Coal Co 

[mperial Colliery Co 

Imperial Codiery Co 

Imperial Collierv Co 

Chesapeake Mining Co 

Montgomery Coal Co 

Montgomery Coal Co 

Morris Creek Colliery Co 

East Bank Mining Co 



Total. 



NICHOLAS COUNTY. 

Raven Collieries 

Arminius Coal Co 

Saxman Coal & Coke Co 

Saxman Coal & Coke Co 



Total. 



GREENBRIER COUNTY. 
Elk Lick Coal Co. 



NAME OF MINE. 



Diamond No. 4 

Diamond No. 5 

Eagle 

Edgewater No. 2 

Edgewater No. 3 

Edgewater No. 5 

Eagle 

Columbia 

Elk Ridge No. 1 

Elk Ridge No. 2 

Vulcan 

Edwards 

Brewster 

Ansted A. & B. 

Ansted 3, 4, 5, & 7-. 

Herberton 

Fort Defiance 

Fort Defiance No. 2. 

T ynchburg 

Gamoea No. 5 

Splint 



No. of No. of 

Inspections. Visits. 



Panner No. 1 

Banner No. 2 

Detroit 

Greenbrier No. 2- 
Greenbrier No. 3. 

Grose No. 1 

Grose No. 2 

Paint Creek 

Scranton 

Wacomah 

Coalburg A. 

Coalburg B. 

Black Cat 

New Coalburg-.. 
New Coalburg -. 

Standard 

Imperial No. 1.. 
Imperial No. 2_. 
Imperial No. :'.-. 

Chesapeake 

Upper Creek 

Possom Hollow . 

Morris Creek 

East Bank 



Total. 



Raven 

Arminius 

Fen wick No. "I- 
Fenwick No. 2. 



Spruce Knob .. 



1910] 



Department uf Mines. 



243 



Mr. Martin also inspected and visited the following' mines in other Districts. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



NAME OF MINE 



KANAWHA COUNTY— 5th District. 

Elk Coal Co Queen Shoals 

6th District. I 

Winifrede Coal Co North Machine 

Winifrede Coal Co. South Machine 

Winifrede Coal Co ;West 

Carbon Coal Co Carbon Splint 

Carbon Coal Co South Carbon 

Cabin Creek Cons. Coal Co Empire 

Cabin Creek Cons. Coal Co Keystone 

Hollv G StPDhensori Coal & Coke Co Eskdale 

La Mont Mining Co La Mont 

Wake Forest Mining Co Wake Forest 

Totril 

Mr. Martin also made eleven inspections in the 9th District. 

RALEIGH COUNTY. 
Price Hill Fuel Co .1 Price Hill 




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FAYETTE COUNTY. 

White Oak Fuel Co 

White Oak Fuel Co 

White Oak Fuel Co 

White Oak Fuel Co 

Bed Star Coal & Coke Co 

Turkey Knob Coal & Coke Co 



Oak wood 

Scarbo 

Whipple 

Wingrove 

Star 

Turkey Knob 



McKell Coal & Coke Co Derryhale 

McKell Coal & Coke Co IKilsyth .. 



New River Collieries Co.. 
Harvey Coal & Coke Co. 

White Oak Fuel Co 

White Oak Fuel Co 

White Oak Fuel Co 

White Oak Fuel Co 

White Oak Fuel Co 

Nichol Colliery Co 

Stuart Colliery Co 

Stuart Colliery Co 



Total. 



Sun .- 
Harvey .. 
Oakwood 
Whipple . 
Scarbo _. 
Carlisle _ 
Wingrove 
Nnchol .- 
Stuart .— 
Parral .- 



1 





1 


1 


1 





1 





1 


1 


1 





1 





1 





1 


1 





1 


') 


3 





1 


1) 


1 





2 





•> 


1 





1 


2 


1 


1 



11 



17 



In addition to the niiiiiber of special visits shown in the preceeding table, Mr. Martin, 
during February, 1P10, made the following fifteen additional visits along the line of the 
Coal & Coke Railroad, which were not in his district. 



LEWIS COUNTY. 




Visits. 
1 








Totn .; 

UPSHUR COUNTY. 


1 
I 








Total . _ ______ 


1 


RANDOLPH COUNTY. 


Weaver No. 2 Mine 


1 


Davis Coal & Coke Co. 




1 


W. H. Green 


Klondyke .. - 


1 








i 


BRAXTON COUNTY. 


Copen No. 11 


1 




1 








2 


GILMER COUNTY. 
Gilmer Fuel Co - 


Gilmer No. 1 -. - - --- 


1 




1 









L'4 4 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



Nl MBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 7— (Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 


NAME OF MINE. 


Visits. 


CLAY COUNTY. 
Elk River Coal & Lumber Co 




1 




1 




Queen Shoals 




Total 

KANAWHA) COUNTY. 


2 

1 




1 


Clay Coal Co. 


Bradley White Ash _. 

Mill Creek .. 

Pen Mar _. — 


1 




1 




1 








5 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



245 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 8. 
ROBERT V. MUIR, Inspector. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



NAME OF MINE. 



FAYETTE COUNTY. (Part) 

Mill Creek Colliery Co.. Mill Creek 

The Gauley Mountain Coal Co Nova Scotia 

I and Turkey Creek 

Signal Knob Coal Co.. Signal Knob 

Sunbeury Coal & Coke Co Sunnyside 

Eeury-New Fiver Coal Co Elmo 

Michigan Coal Co Michigan 

Manufacturers & Consumers Coal Co Newlyn 

Fayette Coal & Coke Co Fayette 

Brown Coal Co Brown 

Nuttallburg Coal & Coke Co Nuttallburg 

Holliday Coal Co Keeney's Creek 

Keeney's Creek Colliery Co Smokeless 

Keeney's Creek Colliery Co Boone 

Ballinger Coal Co 

Ballinger Coal Co 

Rothwell Coal Co 

Blume Coal & Coke Co._ 

Lookout Coal & Coke Co 

Moseley & Walker 

Moseley & Walker 

Fire Creek Colleries Co 

Fire Creek Coal & Coke Co 

Fire Creek Coal & Coke Co 

Beury Bros. Coal & Coke Co 

Big Bend Coal Co 

Stone Cliff Coal & Coke Co 

Beechwood Coal & Coke Co 

Beechwood Coal & Coke Co.. 

Alaska Coal & Coke Co 

Ephriam Creek Coal & Coke Co 

Ridgeview Coal Co 

Export Coal Co 

Laurel Creek Coal Co 

Glendale Colliery Co 

Quinnimont Coal Co 

Greenwood Coal Co 

New River & Pocahontas Cons. Coal Co 
New River & Pocahontas Cons. Coal Co.— 
New River & Pocahontas Cons. Coal Co.— 
New River & Pocahontas Cons. Coal Co. 
New River & Pocahontas Cons. Coal Co. 
New River & Pocahontas Cons. Coal Co. 
New River & Pocahontas Cons. Coal Co... 
New River & Pocahontas Cons. Coal Co. 
New River & Pocahontas Cons. Coal Co. 

Hemlock Hollow Coal & Coke Co 

New Rvier Valley Coal Co. 

Mars Branch Coal Co 

The Low Moor Iron Co. of Va 

The Low Moor Iron Co. of Va 

Elvorton Coal & Coke Co 

South Side Co 

The Thurmond Co 

The Thurmond Co _ 

The Thurmond Co 

The New River Colleries Co 

The New River Colleries Co 

The Now River Colleries Co 

Tlio New River Colleries Co 



No. of 

Inspections. 



No. of 

Visits. 



Total. 



Ballinger No. 1 

Ballinger No. 2 

Duiuee 

Blume 

Lookout 

Cliff Top No. 1 

Cliff Top No. 3 

Kohinoor 

Fire Creek 

Buffalo 

Echo 

Big Bend 

Stone Cliff 

No. 1 

No. 2 

Alaska 

Buffalo 

Ridgeview 

Export i 

Laurel 

Glendale 

Big Q. & Lick Branch 

Greenwood 

Layland No. 1 

Layland No. 2 

Layland No. 3 

Layland Nos. 3 & 4 

Minden No. 1 

Minden No. 2, 

Minden No. 3 

Minden No. 4 

Minden No. 5 

Hemlock 

Backman 

Marrs Branch 

Kaymoor No. 1 

Kaymoor No. 2 

Elverton 

South Side 

Concho No. 1 

Concho No. 2 

Erskine No. 2 

Brooklyn 

Once More 

Red Ash 

Rush Run 



246 



Annval Report of 



[\Y. Va. 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 9. 
LANCE B. HOLLIDAY, Inspector. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 


NAME OF MINE. 


1 No. of 
Inspections. 

2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 


No. ol 

Visits. 


FAYETTE COUNTY. 
The Star Coal & Coke Co 


Sun 1 & 2 




Dunglen .. 









1 


McKell Coal & Coke Co. 


Meadow Fork 








2 




1 


MeKell Coal & Coke Co. 


Kilsyth 


4 






1 













2 




Prudence B. 


1 
2 
1 
5 
4 
3 
3 
2 
3 
7 
7 
3 
2 
3 
4 
3 
9 
3 
2 
3 







Lyman ... . . . 







Jones .. 







Collins 


1 


White Oak Fuel Co. 


Carlisle .. ... _ 


1 


White Oak Fuel Co. . 


Oakwood 


6 


White Oak Fuel Co. 




2 


White Oak Fuel Co. 


Whipple 


1 


White Oak Fuel Co. 




2 






2 













1 




Dun Loop No. 2 

Dun Loop No. 3 

Dun Loop No. 4 . _ 





Dun Loop Coal & Coke Co . 












Macdonald . 





Sugar Creek Coal & Coke Co. 


Sugar Creek 1, 2, & 3 


1 


Price Hill Fuel Co . 


2 




Turkey Knob 


1 


Mt. Hope Coal & Coke Co 


Baby 









Total 


94 

5 
3 
2 
3 
4 
2 
a 

2 
1 
1 
2 
3 
3 
1 
2 
4 
3 
2 
4 
3 
4 

3 

6 
S 

4 
3 
6 
5 
5 
4 
5 
2 
2 
16 
7 


32 


RALEIGH COUNTY. 


Eccles Nos. 1 & 2 .. 





New River Colleries Co 


Lanark No. 4 





New River Colleries Co... 


Lanark No. 5.. . 





McKell Coal & Coke Co 


Oswald 


1 


McKell Coal & Coke Co 







McKell Coal & Coke Co 


Tamroy 





McKell Coal & Coke Co. 







Wright Coal & Coke Co 


Wright No. 1 


1 


Wright Coal & Coke Co 


Wright No. 2 





Wright Coal & Coke Co .. 


Wright Nos. 1 & 3 





Wright Coal & Coke Co.. 

Stonewall Coal & Coke Co. .. 
Stonewall Coal & Coke Co. .. 
Stonewall Coal & Coke Co. .. 
Stonewall Coal & Coke Co.... 

Stonewall Coal & Coke Co 

Piney Mining Co .. 

Piney Mining Co. 

Piney Mining Co 

Piney Mining Co... . 

Raleigh Coal & Coke Co 

Raleigh Coal & Coke < i 

Raleigh Coal & Coke Co 

Raleigh Coal & Coke Co 

Raleigh Coal & Coke Co 

Raleigh Coal & Coke Co 

Blue Jay Lumber Co. 

Sullivan Coal & Coke Co... 

Cranberry Fuel Co 

Cranberry Fuel Co 

Cranberry Fuel <~v>. 


Wright No. 4 















Terry No. 4... 















Piney No. 1 


1 
















2 


Raleigh No. 2 





Raleigh No. 3 










Raleigh No. 5 ... ... . 





Raleigh No. 6 


1 


No. i 










Cranberry 


1 
1 


Sprague 





Mabscotl Coal & Coke Co... 

Beckley Goal & Coke Co 

Price Mill Goal & Coke Co... 

Pork Coal & Coke Co.. . 
(Vhlte Coal 









2 


Price Hill 

1, 2, 3, 4, & 5 


4 
2 


Glen White 


1 







1910] 



Department of Mines. 



247 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. .«— (Continued.) 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



Raleigh County— Continued 

Gulf Smokeless Coal Co.. 

MacAlpin Coal Co 

Bailey-Wood Coal Co 

Pemberton Coal Co 

Gull Coal Co 

Lynwin Coal Co 

Winding Gulf Colliery Co 



Total- 



Turkey Gap Coal & Coke Co. 
Total 




No. of [No. of 
Inspections. Visits. 



Gulf Smokeless 

MacAlpin 

Bailey-Wood _. 

No. 1 

Gulf & Beaver 
Lynwin 




Mr. Holliday made 1 visit in the 10th District. 



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[W. Va. 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 10. 
ARTHUR MITCHELL, Inspector. 



NAME OP COMPANY. 


NAME OF MINE. 


No. of 
Inspections. 


No. of 
Visits. 


MERCER COUNTY. 
Mill Creek Coal & Coke Co 


East 


4 
5 
3 
2 
4 
5 
3 
2 
2 
3 
3 
2 
1 
3 
1 
7 
3 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
5 
3 
2 
1 
3 
3 
3 
3 





Mill Creek Coal & Coke Co 


West 





Mill Creek Coal & Coke Co _ - 

Mill Creek Coal & Coke Co.. - 


Tug River 

West Fork 




o 


Mill Creek Coal & Coke Co... 


Coaldale 

Buckeye North & South .. 



2 









Sagamore 


o 


Pocahontas Cons. Collieries Co 


Hemlock 

Elkhorn 




o 




Goodwill 


o 


Louisville Coal & Coke Co 


Klondyke No. 1 .. 

Klondyke No. 31 


1 

1 


Louisville Coal & Coke Co 

Cephus Coal & Coke Co _ 


Louisville 

Cephus _ 




o 


Crvstal Coal Co... .. ._ 


Piedmont No. l._ 


o 


American Coal Co. of Allegheny Co 





American Coal Co. of Allegheny Co 


Piedmont No. 2 





American Coal Co. of Allegheny Co 

American Coal Co. of Allegheny Co. 


Piedmont No. 3. 

Crane Creek No. 1 



3 




Crane Creek No. 2 


o 


American Coal Co. of Al'egheny Co 


Pinnacle North 


1 


American Coal Co. of Allegheny Co 


Pinnacle South 


1 


Thomas Coal & Coke Co 


Thomas .. 

Pawama 


o 


Panama Coal & Coke Co 


1 


Weyanoke Coal & Coke Co 


Weyanoke No. 1_ 


1 


Weyanoke Coal & Coke Co 


o 


Weyanoke Coal & Coke Co 


Elihu 


o 


The Smokeless Coal & Coke Co 


Smokeless 

Hiawatha 

Spring 


1 


Hiawatha Coal & Coke Co... 


1 


Spring Mining Co 


o 


Wenonah Coal & Coke Co 


Wenonah ._ 


1 








Total 


96 

4 

2 
3 
3 
2 
3 
3 
3 
4 
2 
2 
4 
2 
5 
S 


15 


Mcdowell county. 

Algoma Coal & Coke Co 







Algoma Coal & Coke Co. 







Elk Ridge Coal & Coke Co 


Elk Ridge 




Gilliam Coal & Coke Co 


Gilliam 

Indian Ridge 




Indian Ridge Coal & Coke Co. 





Roanoke Coal & Coke Co.. __ . 




o 


Arlington Coal & Coke Co 




1 


Greenbrier Coal & Coke Co 




1 


McDowell Coal & Coke Co 


McDowell . 




Ashland Coal & Coke Co... 


Ashland _ 


o 


Ashland Coal & Coke Co 


Monitor 

Angle 


o 


Pocahontas Cons. Colls. Co 


g 


Pocahontas Cons. Colls. Co 


Cherokee 

Delta 


o 


Pocahontas Cons. Colls. Co 

Pocahontas Cons. Colls. Co 




1 


Pocahontas Cons. Colls. Co 




5 9. 


Pocahontas Cons. Colls. Co 


Rolfe 

Shamokin _ 


2 
4 
1 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 

e 

4 


o 


Pocahontas Cons. Colls. Co 


1 


Zenith Coal & Coke Co .. 

Elkhorn Coal & Coke Co 


Nos. 1 & 2 

Elkhorn 







Lynchburg Coal & Coke Co 


Lynchburg .. 


1 


Powhatan Coal & Coke Co.. 


Powhatan 


4 


Upland Coal & Coke Co .. ... 


Upland .. 


2 


Houston Coal & Coke Co 


Houston No. 1 


2 


Houston Coal & Coke Co 


Hovston No. 2 


1 


Orozer Coal & Coke Co 




1 


Orozer Coal & Coke Co 




1 


Turkey Gap Coal & Coke Co 


Turkey Gap ... 


1 








Total 


96 











1910] 



Depabtment of Mines. 



249 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 10— (Continued.) 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



Mcdowell county. 

King- Coal Co 

Middle States Coal & Coke Co 

New River & Pocahontas C. & C. Co. 
Jed Coal & Coke Co 



Total. 



NAME OF MINE. 



King .... 
No. 11... 
B"rwind 
Jed 



Inspections. 
No. of 



Visits. 
No. of 



Mr. Mitchell also made live inspections and eight visits in the 11th District. 



250 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 11. 
WILLIAM NICHOLSON, Inspector. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



Mcdowell county. (Part) 

New River & Poca Cons. Coal Co 

New River & Poca Cons. Coal Co 

New River & Poca Cons. Coal Co 

Pocahontas Domestic Coal Co 

Pocahontas Domestic Coal Co 

Hall Mining Co 

Dry Fork Colleries 

Harmon Coal Co 

Reynolds Mining Co 

Virginia Pocahontas Coal Co 

Virginia Pocahontas Coal Co 

Virginia Pocahontas Coal Co 

Virginia Pocahontas Coal Co 

Virginia Pccahontas Coal Co 

Virginia Pocahontas Coal Co 

Virginia Pocahontas Coal Co 

Vaughan Coal & Coke Co 

Flanagan Coal Co 

War Creek Coal Co 

Premier-Pocahontas Collieries Co 

Premier-Pocahontas Collieries Co 

Premier-Pocahontas Collieries Co ._ 

Big Sandy Coal & Coke Co 

Big Sandy Coal & Coke Co 

Twin Branch Mining Co 

Maher Coal & Coke Co 

J. B. B. Colleries Co 

J. B. B. Colleiies Co 

J. B. B. Colleries Co 

J. B. B. Colleries Co 

Superior-Pocahontas Coal Co 

Superior-Pocahontas Coal Co 

Superior-Pocahontas Coal Co 

Superior-Pocahontas Coal Co 

Superior-Pocahontas Coal Co 

Superior-Pocahontas Coal Co 

The Pando Coal Co 

The Pando Coal Co 

Atlas Pocahontas Coal Co 

Oregon Coal Co 

Oregon Coal Co 

Oregon Coal Co 

Pocahontas Smokeless Coal Co 

Tug River Colliery Co 

Jed Coal & Coke Co.. 

West Va. Pocahontas Coal Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co .. 

United States Coal & Coke Co.. 

United States Coal & Coke Co.. 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co.. 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co... 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

Central Pocahontas CV>al Co 

Black Wolf Coal & Coke Co... 

Page Coal & Coke Co 

Page Coal & Coke Co 

Page Coal & Coke Co 

Welch Coal & Coke Co 

Hemphill Ooliierv Co 

Middle States Coal & Coke Co 

Dixon-Pocahontas Fuel Co 

Dixon-Pocahontas Fuel Co 



NAME OF MINE. 



Berwind No. 1 

Berwind No. 2 

Berwind No. 3 

Scorpion 

Scorpion 

Yukon 

Dry Fork 

Harmon 

Reynolds 

No. 1 

No. 2 East & West 

No. 3 

No. 4 

No. 5 

No. 6 

Cretta 

Vaughan 

No. 1 

War 

Premier No. 1 

Premier No. 2 

Premier No. 3 

Marytown 

Big Sandy 

Twin Branch 

Maher 

Hensley No. 1 

Hensley No. 2 

Hensley No. 3 

Hensley No. 5 

Blackstone No. 1 

Blackstone No. 2 

Cletus 

Davy Crocket 

Helena 

Helena No. 3 

Pando No. 1 

Pando No. 2 

Antler „ 

McClaren 

Imo No. 2 

Imo No. 3 

Pocahontas Smokeless. 

Slick Rock 

Jed 

Leckie 



No 

No. 2 

No. 3 

No. 4 

No. 5 

No. 6 

No. 7 

No. 8 Section A— 
No. 8 Section O— 
No. P East Side 

9 West Side... 

10 

11 

12 

Anawalt 

Black Wolf 

Page No. I... 

Page No. 2... 

Page No. 3 

Welch 

Hemphill 

Middle States 

North Side No. 29. 
South Side No. 30. 



No. 
No. 
No. 

No. 



No. of No. of 
Inspections. Visits. 



1910] 



Depabtment of Mines. 



251 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 11— (Continued.) 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



McDowell County Continued 

Virginia Fuel Co 

Cirrus Coal & Coke Co 

Tidewater Coal & Coke Co 

Bottom Creek Coal & Coke Co 

Peerless Coal & Coke Co 

The Empire Coal & Coke Co.— 

Shawnee Coal & Coke Co 

Eureka Coal & Coke Co 

Pulaski Iron Co 

Keystone Coal & Coke Co 

Keystone Coal & Coke Co 

Flat Top Coal Mining Co 

Hurricane Branch Coal Co 

Henrietta Coal Co 



Total. 



Mcdowell county. 

King Coal Co 

Crozer Coal & Coke Co 

Crozer Coal & Coke Co 

Turkey Gap Coal & Coke Co 

Houston Coal & Coke Co 

Houston Coal & Coke Co 



TotaL 



NAME OF MINE. 



Virginia 

Cirrus 

Tidewater 

Bottom Creek . 

Peerless 

Empire 

Shawnee 

Eureka 

Pulaski 

Keystone No. l_ 
Keystone No. 2. 

Thomas 

Huffer 

Henrietta 



King 

No. 1 

No. 2 

Turkey Gap ._ 
Houston No. 1- 
Houston No. 2. 



Mr. Nicholson also made 5 inspection? and 4 visits in the 10th District. 



No. of 


No. 


of 


Inspections. 


Visits. 


2 




o 


7 




3 


4 




5 


4 




4 


3 




2 


3 




2 


4 




1 


5 




2 


4 




4 


7 




2 


7 




1 


2 







2 







2 







216 




62 







4 


1 







1 







1 







1 







1 







5 


4 



252 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS— DISTRICT No. 12. 
P. A. GRADY, Inspector. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



LINCOLN COUNTY. 
Branchland Coal Co Branchland 



NAME OF MINE. 



Kenova Mining Co.. 
Kenova Mining Co.. 
Kenova Mining Co.. 



Total. 



Rochester 
Coaling Station 
Kenova 



LOGAN COUNTY. 

Prudential Coal & Mining Co Prudential 

Guyandotte Coal Co Guyandotte 

Stone Branch Coal Co Nos. 1 & 2 

Big Creek Coal Co.. jBig Creek 

E. R. Johnson Coal Mining Co I Johnson 

Draper Coal & Coke Co |Draper 

H. T. Wilson Coal Co. _ iWilson 

Fort Branch Coal Co iFort Branch 

Price Coal Co Price 

Rex Coal & Coke Co Rex 

The Logan Coal Co JLogan 



Ethel Coal Co. 

The Monitor Coal & Coke Co 

The Monitor Coal & Coke Co 

The Yuma Coal & Coke Co. 

The Gay Coal & Coke Co 

Shamrock Coal Co 

Cora Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Oil Co 

United States Coal & Oil Co 

United States Coal & Oil Co 

United States Coal & Oil Co 

United States Coal & Oil Co 

United States Coal & Oil Co 



Total- 



Ethel 
Mor.itor _ 

Beechwood . 

Yuma 

Gay 

Shamrock 

Cora 

Island Creek No. 
Island Creek No. 
Island Creek No. 
Island Creek No. 
Island Creek No. 
Island Creek No. 



MINGO COUNTY. 

J. R. Shanklin Shanklin 

Naugatuck Coal Co Blockton 

Warfleld Coal Co Warfleld 

Lemoin Coal Co . Lemoin 

Chattaroy Colliery Co Chatti.roy 

Buffalo Collieries Co Buffalo 

Lingohocken Coal Co iLingohoeken 

The Howard Colliery Co Nos. 1 &2 

Howard Jr. Colliery Co Howard Jr. 

Winifrede White Ash Coal Co Sugar Tree 

W. T. Poole Coal Co .^Williamson 

Willi.-imson Coal & Coke Co 'Williamson No. S. 

Crystal Block Coal & Coke Co jRawl No. 1 

White Star Mining Co Commercial 

Great Bend Coal Co Belvedere 



Red Jacket Coal & Coke Co.... 

Marvin Coal Co ... 

Red Jacket Cons. Coal & Coke Co 
Red Jacket Cons. Coal & Coke Co 
Red Jacket Cons. Coal & Coke Co 

Red Jacket ■'•; . ._ 

Magr.olia Coal & Coke Co 

Thacker Coal & Coke Co 

Thaekcr Coal & Coke Co 

Thacker Coal & Coke Co.. 

Thacker Coal & Coke Co 

Glen Alum Coal Co 

Glen Alum Coal Co 

Glen Alum Coal Co 

War Eagle Coal Co 

War Eagle Coal Co 

Margaret Mining Co .. 

Mary Helen Coal Co. 



Total. 



Grapevine 

Marvin 

Lick Fork 

Rutherford 

RM Jacket 

Red Jacket Jr. 

Magnolia 

Thacker No. 2. 
Thacker No. 3. 

No. 10 

No. 11 

No. 1 

No. 2 

No. 3 

Qlephisto 

Pappoose 

Margaret 

Mary Helen ... 



No. of No. of 
Inspections. Visits. 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



253 



NUMBER OF INSPECTIONS- 


-DISTRICT No. 12— (Continued.) 


NAME OF COMPANY. 


NAME OF MINE. 


No. of 
Inspections. 


No. of 
Visits. 


WAYNE COUNTY. 




4 











Totsl 


4 














In addition to the above inspections, Mr. Grady made 34 inspections and visits in the 
11th District f:nd 5 inspections in the 9th. 



Ninth District. 
FAYETTE COUNTY. 

White Oak Fuel Co Wingrove 

White Oak Fuel Co Scarbro . 

White Oak Fuel Co — Whipple . 

White Oak Fuel Co Oakwood 

Stuart Colliery Co Parral — _ 



Total. 



11th District, 

Mcdowell county. 

New River & Poca Cons. C. & C. Co. 
New River & Poca Cons. C. & C. Co. 

Hall Mining Co 

Hall Mining Co 

Virginia-Poca Coal Co 

Big Sandy Coal & Coke Co. — — 

Big Sandy Coal & Coke Co .. 

J. B. B. Collieries Co 

J. B. B. Collieries Co.. 

J. B. B. Collieries Co 

Superior Poca Coal Co 

Superior Poca Coal Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

United States Coal & Coke Co 

Page Coal & Coke Co.. 

Page Coal & Coke Co 

Middle States Coal & Coke Co ... 

Central Poca. Coal Co 

Dixon-Pocahontas Fuel Co 

Dixon-Pocahontas Fuel Co 

Tidewater Coal & Coke Co 

Peerless Coal & Coke Co 

The Empire Coal & Coke Co 

Pulaski Iron Co 

Keystone Coal & Coke Co 

Mohawk Coal & Coke Co 

Jed Coal & Coke Co 



Berwind No. 2 

Berwind No. 3 

Yukon No. 1 

Harmon's Branch 

No. 5 

Marytown 

jBig Sandy 

Maher No. 1 

Maher No. 2 

U. B. B. No. 2-__. 

Blackstone 

Cletus 

|No. 2 

No. 
iNo. 
I No. 
'No. 
No. 



8% — . 

9 

2 

3 

No. 11 

Anawalt -. 
North Side 
South Side 
Tidewater . 



Total- 



Empire 

Pulaski 

Keystone No. 1- 

Mohawk 

Jed 



IMPROVEMENTS. 



1910] 



Depabtment of Mines. 



257 



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261 



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264 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINES IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE SOTH, 1910. 



Name of Company. 



Name of Mine. 



■a o. 
.90 
M 



Post Office 
Address. 



•First.. 
First- 
First— 
First- 
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First.. 
First- 
First— 
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First.. 
First- 
First— 



First... 

First 

First... 



BROOKE COUNTY. 
A. Gilchrist & Son's Coal Co. 

La Belle Coal Co 

Beech Bottom Coal Co 

Lewis-Findley Coal Co 

La Belle Iron Works 

Eex Carbon Coal Co 



101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 

The Marquet Coal Co 107 

The Marauet Coal Co 108 

MARION COUNTY. 
The Consolidation Coal Co.- 109 
The Consolidation Coal Co.. 110 
[The Consolidation Coal Co.. Ill 
iThe Consolidation Coal Co.. 112 
[The Consolidation Coal Co.- 113 
<The Consolidation Coal Go— 114 
The Consolidation Coal Co.. 115 
The Consolidation Coal Co— 116 
The Consolidation Coal Co.. 117 
!The Consolidation -Coal Co.. 1 118 
The Consolidation Coal Co— 119 
The Consolidation Coal Oo— 120 
The Consolidation Coal Co— 121 
;The Consolidation Coal Co.. : 122 
The Consolidation Coal Co.. 1123 
[The Consolidation Coal Oo.-jl24 
The Consolidation Coal Co— ;124a 
I George's Creek Coal & 

Iron Co 125 

(b) Jamison Coal & Coke Oo. 126 

Jamison Coal & Coke Co 127 

Jamison Coal & Coke Co 128 

New Central Coal Co 129 

Federal Coal & Coke Co 130 

The Virginia & Pittsburg 

Coal & Coke Co J131 

Parker Run Coal & Coke Oo. 132 

Harry B. Coal Co 133 

Kilarm Coal & Coke Co 134 

Pittsburg Steam Coal Co 135 

iCatawba Coal Co 136 

Dakota Coal & Coke Co 137 

Phillips Coal Co 138 

Four States Coal & Coke Co. 139 



MARSHALL COUNTY. 
Hitchman Coal & Coke Co... 140 

Wheeling Steel & Iron Oo Ml 

Mound Coal Co 142 

Bituminous Coal Co. of 

America 143 

Kunz Bros. & Miller 1 144 

Panama Coal Mining Oo 14 la 

Glendale Coal Co 1 IS 



Gilchrist 

Lewis No. 1 

Beech Bottom No. 1_ 

Locust Grove 

La Belle 

Rex No. 1 



No. 4 

No. 6 



Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Consolidation No. 
Nichols Farm 



drift — Wellsburg 

drift „ Wellsburg 

drift --[Wellsburg 

drift .. Collins 

shaft .. Steubenville, O.. 
drift .. Virginville 



drift .. New Cumberland 
drift .. New Cumberland 



drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 



34'drift 
36,drift 
38 shaft 
43,slope. 
45,drift 
47!drift 
53jdrift 
56 drift 
59 drift 
63|drift 
67 1 slope. 
68 drift 



.. Monongah . 

.. Montana 

—I Watson 

— Chiefton 

._ Monongah . 

— Middleton _. 
..Fairmont .. 

— Monongah . 

— Scottdale _. 
..Middleton — 
..Monongah . 

— Watson 

-Middleton .. 
..'Monongah . 

— Hutchinson 

.. Everson 

.. Everson 



Chatham No. 1 shaft .. Farmlngton 

1 Jamison No. 7 jshaft .. Fairmont 

Jamison No. 8 'shaft — Farmington 

Jamison No. 9 shaft .. Fairmont — 

Stafford shaft — Fairmont 

[Federal shaft __ Grant Town 

Kingmont drift --Fairmont 

Parker Run drift _. Rivesville — — 

Harry Nos. 3, 4 & 5 ! 3 drifts Everson 

Kilarm Nos. 1, 2 &3,3 drifts Monongah 

Elizabeth drift — Fairmont 

Catawba drift — Connellsville, Pa. 

iDakota Nos. 1 & 2..|2 drifts Fairmont 

Phillips ;drift — Fairmont 

(j)Annabelle Nob. i shaft & 
1 & 2 slope Worthington 



Hitchman 'slope—. 

Benwood — drift .. 

Mound -- shaft .. 



Wheeling 

Bellaire, Ohio. 
Moundsville ... 



bituminous shaft — Fairmont 

iBoggs Run drift .. (Wheeling 

Panama Shaft shaft .. Moundsville 

Glendale shaft — Glendale 



OHIO COUNTY. 

Richland Coal Co 

Elm Grove Coal Co 

Whitttaker-Glesner Co . 



|14G [Richland 

147 .Elm Grove 

148 Carter 



... drift ..iWheeling .. 
... shaft ..Elm Grove 
— drift ..Wheeling _. 



.."First District— Karl F. Schoew, Inspector. *First District— R. S. La Rue, 
Inspector until July 81, 1909. (b) Formerly Georges OTeek Coal & Iron Co. 
j) Just being developed. 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



265 



NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT, NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, SEAMS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMBER 

OF INtiI~?E EMPLOYES. 



Name of Superin- 


Name of Mine Fore- 


Name of 
Coal Bed 
Worked . 


v 


a 


<o ■ 

2 QJ 




tendent 


man. 


1 


a 


a o 
s g 


6 








Ft. In. 


^ 


En 


fc 



Alexander Gilchrist |.Tohn H. Carney 

O. L. Marquet [Joseph Smith 

Elmer Hough [William Wagner 

E. M. Findley 'Samuel Homer.. 

R. W. McCasland David Love 

W. D. Clark iWm. Gulley 



C. F. Wagoner William Gilmer 

C. F. Wagoner |Wm. Lidyard 



David Victor 

J. H. Bainbridge 

H. C. Ash 

Rush Miller 

David Victor 

Rush Miller 

C. E. Gaskell 

David Victor 

H. M. Smith 

Rush Miller 

David Victor 

Geo. Gaskell 

Rush Miller . 

David Victor 

Brooks Fleming, Jr 

Rush Miller 

Rush Miller 

John Hunter 



O. E. Hughes... 

E. X. Zern 

E. N. Zern 

Duncan Sinclair.. 
W. E. Griffiths. 
R. M Hite 



O. R. Martin 

Geo. Coburn 

C. E. Zeek 

Jos. R. Bailey 

Jno. J. Buttermore 

J. G. Hunt 

Jas. Phillips 



E. F. Miller. 



E. C. Pickett— 
Ohalkley awson. 
S. Reynolds 



O. K. Ward 

Philip Kunz, Jr 

J. H. Corkright 

E. C. Pickett 



J. P. Lenard 

J. B. Chambers. 
W. H. Kasley.. 




Elza Levell 

Geo. Hameiick. 

B. G. Ash 

L. E. Henderson... 
Jas. Rodgers 
John Prunty 
Hayes Gaskell 
T. R. Barber 

Will Hess 

Bland Courtney 

Elza Levell 

J. E Trickett 
Milton Coburn 
P. J. McGraw 
Thos. Burlock 
A. K. Parsons 

M. E. Quenon 



E. L. Griffiths | Pittsburg 

M. E. Quenon 

Joe Green 

Thomas Gleason 
Robert Sowther 
John Brown 

C. R. Martin 

Geo . Coburn 

W. E. Smallwood 

U. G.. Swisher 

Geo. T. Rhodeheaver.. j 

S. R. ^etty 

Jas. Phillips 



John Hull 

W. E. McGlone 

A. Y. Holsying 



J. E. Wallace 
Eugene Miller. 
O. F. McCabe 
Mike Freeman 



J. Orell 
Bert Eikey. 
Wm. Margruder 



26(5 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINES IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30TH, 1910. 



01 



Name (if Company. 



Name of Mine. 



bio 


■w C 


°f 




13 & 


.SO 


5 



Post Office 
Address. 



First- 
First-— 

First- 
First— 



( >hio C unty. 

Reymann Brewing Co 

J. S. Creighton 

Peter Storch & Sons 

La Belle Iron Works 



HARRISON COUNTY. 

Second- [The Consolidation Coal Co.. 

Second.|The Consolidation Coal Co— 

Second. The Consolidation Coal Co.. 

Second- The Consolidation Coal Oo~ 
Second- The Consolidation Coal Co- 
Second- The Consolidation Coal Co— 
Second'The Consolidation Coal Co— 



149 Manchester drift — Wheeling 

150 Creighton 'drift ..Elm Grove 

151 Storch drift ..|Edgington Lane 

152 La Belle drift _. Steubenville, O.. 



.jThe 
.The 
.The 
.iThe 
JThe 
JThe 
JThe 
JThe 
.The 
JThe 
. The 
.The 
JThe 
.The 
.JThe 
- The 



Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 



Coal Co- 
Coal Co- 
Coal Oo- 
Co al Co- 
Coal Co- 
Coal Co- 
Coal Co- 
Coal Oo- 
Coal Co- 
Coal Co- 
Coal Co- 
Coal Co- 
Coal Co- 
Coal Co- 
Coal Co- 
Coal Co— 



■.•(II 
202 
203 

204 

•JO. - ) 



208 
209 
210 
211 
12 
213 
214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
224 
22 1 
■>22 



The Consolidation Coal Co— 
The Consolidation Coal Co— 
The Consolidation Coal Co— 
The Consolidation Coal Co— 
The Consolidation Coal Co— 
Virginia-Maryland Coal 

Corporation 

Cook Coal & Coke Co 

Corona Coal & Coke Co 

Central Fairmont Coal Co— 

jVincent Coal Co 

Haywood Coal Mining Co 

< in Hutchinson Coal Co 

Hutchinson Coal Co 

Hutchinson Coal Co 

Harrison County Coal Co.— 

Lambert's Run Coal Co 

Hero Coal & Coke Co 

iBluo Ridge Coal Co 

Rosebud Fuel Co 

. Monroe Colliery Co 

. (c)Peacock Coal Co 

. National Coal Co 

Fayette Coal Co. 

. Short Line Coal Co 



223 
224 
214 
225 
226 

"27 
228 
229 

280 
231 
232 
233 
234 
23S 
236 
237 
238 
239 
240 

Ml 
241 
242 
244 
1 243 



Consolidation No. 21 
Consolidation No. 23 
Consolidation No. 25 



■ 2 drifts Gypsy 

i,drift -_ Haywood 

1 drift -_ Clarksburg, R. 
F. D. No. 3_. 

Consolidation No. 27'drift — Glen Falls 

Consolidation No. 29 drift -.Clarksburg, R. 

F. D. No. 3— 
Consolidation No. 31'drift --Clarksburg, R. 

F. D. No. 3— 
drifts Shinnston 



Consolidation Nos. 
: 32 & 61 

Consolidation No. 33 
Consolidation No. 35 
Consolidation No. 39 
Consolidation No. 40 

Glen Falls 

Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 
Consolidation 

Consolidation No. 60 

Consolidation No. 62 

Consolidation No. 64 

[Consolidation No. 65 

Consolidation No. 66 

Willard Nos. 1 & 2— 

Girard Nos. f&2 

Harold 



Snake Hill 

Grasselli 

Monroe 

Erie 

Delta 

Byron Nos. 1-2-3 

Overholt 

Olauson 

[Hero 

Thompson 

Rosebud 

Sylvester 

Sylvester 

Dola 

Girard No. 2.. 

Fayette 



drift _-|Farnum 

4 drifts Wilsonburg 

drift — 'Lewis 

drift — ;Viropa 

drift -JFairmont 

drift __ iShinnston 

drift --Interstate 

drift —I Lewis 

drift -- Glen Falls 

slope... 'Enterprise 

2 drifts Adamstown 

2 drifts Shinnston 

drift — Ocean Mines — 

drift ..Haywood 

2 drifts'Meadowbrook -. 
[drift .. Clarksburg, R. 

F. D. No. 3— . 

drift — iLewis 

drift .-'Adamston 

drift -. Interstate 

drift — Shinnston 

drift .- Shinnston 

I 

2 drifts Adamston 

2 drifts Meadowbrook 

drift -- Clarksburg, R. 

F. D. No. 3__ 



drift -. 
drift -. 
drift — 
drift „ 
slope 



Clarksburg- 
Clarksburg 

Shinnston 

Hepzibah 

Reynoldsville 



3 drifts Mt. Clare 

drift -. Hepzibah 

drift .- Fairmont 

drift --Lumberport 

drift -. Clarksburg 

drift -. Rosebud 

drift -. Rose Bud 

drift. ..jRose Bud 

drift —Dola 

drift ..Dola 

drift ..Dola 



'Second District— Frank E. Parsons, Inspector. tThird District — L. D. 

Vaughan, Inspector. tThird District— J. F. Bratt, Inspector until July 31, 

1909. (b) Formerly Meadowbrook C. & O. Oo. (c) Formerly Monroe Colli 
MV Oo. 



1910] 



Depabtment of Mines. 



267 



NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT. NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, SEAMS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMHElx 

OF INSIDE EMPLOYES 



Name of Superin- 
tendent. 



Name of Mine Fore- 



5o.° 



M 



« 




!S 


(B 




>> 


a 








o 




o 


H 


Eh 





John Donohue 

J. S. Creighton — 

Geo. Storch 

R. W. McCasland. 



K. D. Bailey. 
A. C. Ice 



John Riggins. 
Luke Murray. 



A. W. Rapp. 



G. W. Eliason-. 
H. H. Watson. 



P. J. McAndrews 

J. R. Elsess 

Lowell Childs 

H. H. Watson 

Luke Murray 

Brooks Fleming, Jr 

L. C. Keener 

Lowell Childs 

Luke Murray 

H. H. Watson 

A. V. Morgan . 

Thos. Jarrett, Jr 

D. A. Reed 

A. C. Ice 

A. C. Poling 

A. W. Rapp 



Lowell Childs— 
A. V. Morgan. 
L. C. Keener.. 
Thos. Jarrett, Jr. 



Brooks Fleming, Jr$... Perry Vernon 



John Donohue.. 
Frank Burdette. 

John Storch 

W. H. Blon 



C. L. King— 
Jno. Walters. 



Pittsburg .. 
Pgh. No. 8- 
Pgh. No. 8. 
Pgh. No. 8. 



Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 



Thos. Pollock Pittsburg 

Walter Miller 'Pittsburg 

M. J. Rooney .Pittsburg 



G. W. Eliason Pittsburg 

E. G. Vincent Pittsburg 



P. J. McAndrews. 
Lewis E. Dorsey.. 

S. W. Lewis 

Thos. Smith 



Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 

Adam Gross Pittsburg 

U. B. Blakesmith iPittsburg 

Brooks Patton Pittsburg 

Walter Miller IPittsburg 

Thos. Smith [Pittsburg 

O. M. Vanscoy 'Pittsburg 

Geo. Jarrett IPittsburg 

Frank Brooks IPittsburg 

L. C. Dent |Pittsburg 

C. D. Powell IPittsburg 

Geo. H. Brooks [Pittsburg 



J. M. Matheny. 
W. F. Roush— _ 
J. L. Thomas.. 
Oliver Bush. 



A. L. White- 



Eli Morris. 



P. B. Robinson E. P. McOlivin. 

E. D. Clingan.. ___|Joe Burgess 

Fred Howard D. M. Harr 

V. E. Gocke 'B. H. Monroe.. 



G. H. Wisser 

R. E. Garrett 

E. D. M. Kramer... 
W. G. H. Crawford 
G. H. Austin 

D. Pople 

Wm. Reid 

W. D. Wameley 

W. J. Keefe 

B. H. Monroe 

U. B. Blakesmith |W. F. White. 

E. J. Fahey „.N. B. Whitehair 

B. T. Greaves Frank Adams 

P. B. Robinson N. H. Hacker.. 



Geo . Bucy 
W. J. Keefe. 

C. D. M. Kramer [ 

W. B. Malone ' 

Jos. Treasdale 

D. Pople 

Robt. Shaffer 

W. H. Sandridge 

Tony Starr 

C. F. Whyte 



Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 

Pittsburg 

Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 
Pittsburg 



5—6.. fan 

5—0.. fan 

5 — 3.. natural 

5 — 3.. furnace 



7— 8.. i fan 

6— 7.., fan 

7— 8.. fan 

7— 8_. fan 

6—8-. fan 

6— 7— jnatural. 
7—8— Ifan 

7—8.. fan 

5— 7— fan 

5 — 7— fan 

7— 8— fan 

7—8 

7—8.. fan 

5—7.. fan 

5—7_. fan 

7— S— fan 

7—8— fan 

6—7— fan 

7— 8— fan 

7— 8— 'fan 

6 — 7— fan 

7— 8— ! fan 

8—0— 'fan 

5— 6— ifumace. 

6— 7.. fan 

5— 7__ fan 

7— 8_. fan 

7—8— fan 



9— 0— fan & furn 



7—6. 
8—0- 
9—0. 
8—6. 
7—0- 
8—0 
6—6. 
7—0. 
9-0- 
9—0- 
8—0. 
8—8- 
8-0- 
8—0 
8—1 
6—0. 
7—0. 
7-10_ 



fan 

fan 

furnace 

furnace 

furnace 

fan 

fan 

ifan 

furnace 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

furnace 

furnace 

furnace 

fan 

fan 



103 

37 

175 

47 

77 

5 

100 

23 
94 
50 
103 
1 

40 

10 

9 

40 

182 

133 

156 

84 

39 

78 

30 

18 
42 
84 

77 



35 

u 

2-2 
36 
38 
IS 
38 
34 
52 



70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 

7S 
79 
80 

81 



S3 



89 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 
101 



2CS 



Annual Repoet of 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINES IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR THE TEAR ENDING JUNE SOTH, 1910. 



Name of Company. 



Name of Mine. 



■a a, 
SO 



Post Office 
Address. 



Second - 

Second. 
Second. 
Second. 

Second. 

Second. 
Second. 
Second. 
Second- 
Second. 
Seeond. 
Second_ 
Second. 
Second. 
Second. 
Second- 
Second. 
Second. 



120 Second. 



HARRISON COUNTY, Con't. 
Fairmont & Baltimore Coal 1 
& Coke Co - 245 

Maderia-Hill-Clark Coal Co.. 246 
Maderia-Hill-Clark Coal Co.. 247 
Maderia-Hill-Clark Coal Co.. 248 



Second. 



122 Second 

123 Second^ 

124 I tThird. 



Third _ . 
Third .. 



Third— 
Third- 



Southern Coal & Transporta- 
tion Co 

O'Gara Coal Mining Co 

(d)W. B. Gunton Coal Co 

Pitcaim Coal Co 

Marshal] Coal Co 

Cook & Hart Coal Co 

Clarksburg- Gas Coal Co 

Marion Gas Coal Co 

(e)Daniel Coal & Coke Co 

Byron Coal Co 

Hygrade Coal Co 

Kroger Gas Coal Co 

Lumberport Steam Coal Co._ 
Swiger Coal Co 

LEWIS COUNTY. 
Jacksonville Coal & Coke Co. 

UPSHUR COUNTY. 
Red Rock Fuel Co 



Newcomer Coal Co 

Buckhannan River Coal Co. 
Meriden Coal Mining Co 

BARBOUR COUNTY. 



Tygarts River Coal Co 

The Consolidation Coal Co. 



Laurel Creek Coal Co 

The Century Coal Co. of 
West Virginia 



Third.. 
Third .. 
Third . 
Third.. 
Third.. 
Third, 
Third . 
Third . 



249 
250 
251 

252 
253 
254 
255 
256 
254 
257 
258 
25P 
260 
261 



302 
308 



304 
305 



Grafton Fuel Co 306 

Miller Coal & Coke Co 307 

Davis Colliery Co ::os 

no 

31] 
312 
313 



Midland Coal & Coke Co. 
Luella Coal Co 

Humphries Collieries Co 

Iron City Coal & Coke Co... 
Davis Coal & Coke Co 



MONONGALIA COUNTY. 
137 Third.. ;The Consolidation Coal Co.. 



138 Third.. F.lkins Coal & Coke Co 

139 Third.. Klkins Coal & Coke Co 

140 Third. JConnellsville Basin Coke Co.. 



The lirnat Scott Coal & Coke 
Co 



316 
317 



141 Third 

142 Third.. New Grant Coal Co 319 

Id) D. Howard, Receiver 



Fairmore drift .. Adamston... 

Goff drift -. Wilsonburg. 

Waldo drift .. Wilsonburg. 

Randolph & New 
Chiefton 2 drifts Wilsonburg. 



Miller Nos. 1&2 2 drifts Clarksburg 

O'Gara ', slope— Reynoldsville. 

Phoenix |slope_.- Reynoldsville. 



Piteairn 

Marshall 

Cook 

McWhorter. . 
Bingamon 

Gocke 

Athea 

Page 

Polar 

Emory 

Gilbert 



drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 



drift ..; Clarksburg- 
drift — Mt. Clare 

Fairmont 

McWhorter.— 

Enterprise 

Mt. Clare 

Clarksburg... 
drift -JClarksburg--. 
drift _. McWhorter... 
drift ..j Lumberport.. 
drift .JRosebud 



Sarah B. No. 3 ,drift ..Uacksonville. 



Red Rock Nos. 

1 & 2 2 drifts'Red Rock. 

Newcomer [drift ..ITeter 

Florence 'drift -JAdrain 



Meriden Nos. 1, 

2 & 4 

Arden 

Consolidation 
No. 37. 



3 drifts Meriden. 
drift ..Arden— 



Laurel Creek 'drift 



2 drifts Berryburg. 



Grafton. 



Century Nos. 1 &2__. shaft & 

.. drift Century... 

Lillian Nos. 1 &2 2 drifts Grafton... 

Sara j drift _.| Junior 

Junior No. 4 drift .. Elkins 

Midland Shaft .. Boylen 

Luella .drift .. Philippi . 

Humphreys | drift ..Philippi - 

Clemintine drift .. Belington. 

Weaver No. 3 drift ..' Weaver- 



Consolidation 

No. 30 -drift -. Beechwood— 

No. 1 Richard drift .. Morgantovn. 

|No. 5 Sabastine [drift ..iMorgantown. 

Rock Forge Nos. 

] , 2 & 3 



318 jGreat Scott. 



3 drifts 
drift .. 



Grant Idrift 

'e) Formerly Cook & Hart Coal Co. 



Richard. 



Morgantown. 
Clarksburg... 



1910] 



Depabtment of Mines. 



269 



NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT, NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, SEAMS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMBER 

OF INSIDE EMPLOYES. 











ind of 
Ventilation. 


«j • 




Name of Superin- 
tendent. 


Name of Mine Pore- 
man. 


Name of 
Coal Bed 
Worked. 


c 
3 

5 


So 

_, s 


d 








Ft. In. 


M 


&H 


tz; 



A. L. White.... 
W. R. Wilburn. 
W. R. Wilburn. 



W. R. Wilburn G. W. Barney 



T. J. Westmoreland-— Pittsburg 

O. J. Fowler Pittsburg 

A. G. Coburn j Pittsburg 



I Pittsburg 



L. B. Stevens |D. E. Brown Pittsburg 

J. L. Baker Jas. Howe . Pittsburg 

M. Maunix M. Mannix Pittsburg 

J. A. Jenkins Wm. Gantz Pittsburg 

D. R. Williams D. O. Kirby Pittsburg 

J. F. Cook IH. Huber Pittsburg 

G. S. Price J W. Price |Redstone . 

J. B. Weightman Tom Horton Pittsburg 

H. S. Huber Patrick Cook j Pittsburg 

I. Keith Lee Mitchell Pittsburg 

J. W. Russell . Chas. Gandy 'Redstone . 

C. F. Limer Chas. Gandy i Redstone . 

L. L. Gibson L. L. Gibson Pittsburg 

Stanley Swiger Stanley Swiger Pittsburg 



William Atkin. 



Robert Lang, Jr._ 
R. D. Edwards.. 
I. W. Reekard— . 



David Evans. 



Pgh. No. 8. 



S. W. Smith 'Redstone 

R. D. Edwards I Pittsburg 

I. W. Reckard 'Masont'n 



L. J. Sandridge G. B. Meyers Up. Fr'pt. 

C. A. Cook G. F. Gatian Up. Fr'pt. 

W. W. Ferguson ' Lee Cottril! Pittsburg 

W. S. Brydon C. B. Trimble Pu. Fr'pt. 



Ed. Williams 'H. G. Mundy Redstone — 

W. T. Brydon |F. V. Robinson Up. Fr'pt. . 

J. W. S. Miller 'H. C. Haskins Up. Fr'pt. . 

Wallace Bishoff O. Shomo Kit'g. 

P. O. Costello— G. M. Shaffer Up. Fr'pt. . 

H. M. Crawford |J. H. Robinson Up. Fr'pt. - 

A. N. Humphrays Arnett Love .Up. Fr'pt. . 

L. M. Ford jL. M. Ford Up. Fr'pt. 

W. W. Brewer James Coberly Lo. Kit'g. - 



7—6. 
8—0. 
8—0. 



8—0. 
6—6. 
6—6. 
7—7. 
8—0- 
8—0. 
7—0- 
8—0. 
8—0. 
8—0- 
7—0- 
5—6. 
7—6. 
8—0- 



fan & furn 
fan 

fan 

fan 

furnace 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

natural 

furnace 

furnace 

natural 

furnace 

furnace 

furnace 

furnace 



4—0. 
5—6- 
5—8- 



6—0- 
6—0- 



f urn ace- 



fan 

furnace. 
furnace. 



fan 
fan 



6— S-. fan 

5— 8. ..turn ace. 



5—6.. 

6-0- 

5—6-. 

5—3. 

5—3. 

6—0. 

4-10 

8—6. 

5—0. 



! furnace. 
furnace- 

Ifurnace. 

ifurnace. 

.i furnace, 
furnace- 
fan 

furnace. 

.'fan 



H. S. Toothman C. H. Johnson Pittsburg .. 

J. B. Hanford \0. T. Barnard Up. Fr'pt. .. 

J. B. Hanford R. R. Beveridge Pittsburg .. 

T. H. Graham W. D. Roberts Up. Fr'pt... 

A. G. Tait N. H. Deetz Pittsburg .. 

W. G. Coburn Tom Laughry Pittsburg .. 



7— 8_.|natural- 

4—0.. i fan 

10-0 I fan 

3—0. -fan 

9—6.- natural. 
8— 0.. furnace. 



10 
42 
15 
04 
74 
.SO 
18 
13 
13 
ZS 
18 
23 
5 
2 



147 
22 



260 
65 
27 
60 
35 
19 
15 
32 
56 



53 

88 
70 

128 



270 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINES IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30TH, 1910. 




143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 

150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 



158 
159 
160 
161 



162 
163 

164 
165 
166 
167 

168 
169 
170 
171 
172 



173 
174 
175 



176 

177 
178 
179 
180 

181 
182 
183 

185 

180 
187 
188 



Third. 
Third . 
Third . 
Third - 
Third . 
Third - 
Third . 

Third . 
Third . 
Third . 
Third . 
Third . 
Third . 
Third. 
Third . 



Third . 
Third. 
Third . 
Third . 



Third . 
Third . 

Third . 
Third. 
Third . 
Third. 

Third . 
Third . 
Third . 
Third. 
Third 



PRESTON COUNTY. 

Austen Coal & Coke Co 

Austen Coal & Coke Co 

Hamilton Coal & Coke Co 

iGorman Coal & Coke Co 

jGorman Coal & Coke Co 

. Irona Coal Co. 

.Merchants Coal Co. of Pa... 



,(i) Jordan Coal Co 

Kingwood Coal Co 

Hite Coal & Coke Co 

Orr Coal & Coke Co 

Manufacturers C. & C. Co.- 

Atlantic Coal & Coke Co 

Elkins Coal & Coke Co 

Elkins Coal & Coke Co 



Klkins Coal & Coke Co... 
Preston County Coke Co. 

Borgman Coal Co 

(b) Hiorra Coke Co 



TAYLOR COUNTY. 
Grafton Coal & Coke Co. 
Pittsvein Coal Co 



T. B. Davis 

McGraw Coal Co.... 
Rosemont Coal Co._ 
Maryland Coal Co.. 



Winona Coal & Coke Co 

Winona Coal & Coke Co 

(e) The Sterling Coal Co 

Harrison Coal Co 

East Grafton C. & C. Co... 



GRANT COUNTY. 

tFourih Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Fourth Buffalo Creek Cumb. Coal Co 
Fourth Cottage Street Coal Co... 



MINERAL COUNT V. 
Fourth The Glade Run Coal Co... 

Fourth Emory Run Coal Co 

Fourth Smith Coal Co 

Fourth Gleason Coal & Coke Co.. 
Fourth Western Maryland Coal Co.. 



Fourth 
Fourth 
Fourth 

Fourth 
Fourth 
Fourth 
Fourth 
Fourth 
Fourth 



Abrama Creek O. & C. Co... 

Big Vein Coal Co 

Den man Coal Co 

Masteller Coal Co... 

MastHler Coal Co 

Masteller Coal Co 

Davis Coal & Coke Co.... 

Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Davis Coal & Coke Co.... 



20 
321 
322 
323 
324 
326 
326 

327 
328 
329 
330 
331 
332 
333 
334 



335 
336 

337 
330 



338 
339 

340 
341 

34a 

343 

344 
345 
346 

347 

!48 



402 
408 

HI I 



407 

IMS 

109 



412 
413 

Ml 
415 

hi; 

117 

IIS 



Austen No. 1 

Austen No. 2 

Newburg Shaft 

Gorman No. 1 

Gorman Nos. 2&4 — 

Irona No. 2 

Tunnelton Nos. 

2 & 3 

Corinth 

Howesville 

Dixie 

Vulcan 

(i) Victoria No. 2— 

Atlantic 

Bretz 

Nos. 1&2 at 
Kingwood 

or No. 4 

Masontown No. 6 

Cascade 

Borgman 

Vulcan 

Sand Lick 

Flenrngton Nos. 

2 and 4 

T. B. Davis 

New York 

Rosemont 

Wendel Nos. 

1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 

Winona No. 1 

Winona No. 2 

Cecil 

Harrison 

East Grafton 

Henry No. 22 .- 

Buffalo Creek.. 

Cottage Street 



Sarah No. 1 

Emory Run No. I... 

Smith No. 1 

Gleason 

Wabash Nos. 

■1, 3, 4 A ."> 

Oakmont 

Four Foot 

Denmaa No. 3 

Hampshire 

New Creek 

Hampshire Four Ft 
,Elk Garden No. 6„. 
(i)Elk Garden No. 7. 
IWabash No. 9 



drift .. 
drift .. 
shaft .. 
drift _. 
2 drifts 
drift .. 

2 drifts 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 

slope 

drift ._ 
drift .. 



drift- 
drift .. 
drift .. 
Irift .. 
drift .. 



Austen.. 
Austen. . 
Newburg 
Austen_. 
Austen.. 
Irona 



Tunnelton 

Corinth 

Howesville.. . 

Hiorra 

Hiorra 

Kingwood 

Tunnelton 

Morgantown. 



Morgantown. 
Morgantown. 

Cascade 

Tunnelton 

Hiorra 



irift ..IGrafton. 



IriftslFlemington 

drift .. Flemington 

Irift ..Simpson 

drift . -jTyrconnell Mines 

drifts} Graf ton 

rift .Grafton 

drift ._ Grafton 

drift ._ Cecil 

drift .. Tyrconnell Mine3 
haft -. Thornton 



shaft __ Henry 

drift _- Bayard... 
drift ..Piedmont. 



Irift .. Sehell 

Irift .. Barnum 

Irift _. Blaine 

Irift . Upper Potomac. 



i drifts Blaine. 

drift 

drift 

drift 

.Irift 

drift 

drift 

drift 

drift 

drift 



.. Piedmont 

._ Shaw 

Km iryville... 

Keyser 

.. Keyser 

. Keyser 

._ Elk Garden.. 
.. Elk Garden.. 

Elk Garden- 



Third District L. 1>. Vaiighan, Inspector. tFourth District— W. B. Plaa 
tei [nspector. tFourth District— J. A. Springer. Ispector until July 31, 
l'.ff> 1 1. 1 Formerly ' >rr Coal & Coke Co. re) Formerly Johnson Bros. Coal 
Co. 



15)10] 



Department of Mines. 



27 i 



NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT, NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, aElMS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMBER 

OF INSIDE EMPLOYES. 



Name of Superin- 
tendent. 



Name of Mine Fore- 
man. 






Ft. In. 



D 


1 


-o 


o> 




>> 


a 


o 








p. 


I B 


a 


1 « 


W 


H 





F. W. Horchler A. R. Murphy Up. Fr'pt. - 

F. W. Horchler . G. R. Cook Up. Fr'pt. . 

John Humphreys Wm. Welch Lo. Kit'g. _ 

Thomas Murphy B. F. Williams Up. Fr'pt. 

Thomas Murphy. Patrick Keener Up. Fr'pt. 

Geo. Morris Frank Gribble Up. Fr'pt- 

| I 

Thos. Stiff J. W. Watkins Up. Fr'pt. 

S. H. Jordon... — Bruce Livingood Up. Fr'pt. 

P. E. Dawson I Lo. Fr'pt.. 

M. C. Hite C. L. Larew Up. Fr'pt. 

J. M. Orr F. E. Dawson Up. Fr'pt. 

I 

T. R. Spencer Ray Spencer Up. Fr'pt. 

J. B. Hanford Jos. Haiford Up. Fr'pt. 



J. B. Hanford B. L. Flynn Up. Fr'pt. 

J. B. Hanford Jos. Hanford Up. Fr'pt. 

Everhart Bierer D. B. Davis Up. Fr'pt. 

F. W. Borgman F. W. Borgman Up. Fr'pt. 

G. L. Humphreys U. G. Deahl Up. Fr'pt. 



E. J. Fahey J. P.McGraw Pittsburg __ 

I 

J. W. Davidson G. R. W. Johnson Pittsburg .. 

W. B. Woolf iWm. Drainer Pittsburg .. 

C. C. Lovett Oliver Jenkins Pittsburg .. 

Jas. Starford O. Mclntyre Pittsburg .. 

G. S. Brackett T. R. Spencer Pittsburg .. 

Fax D. Tarr A. J. Pitman Mahoning ._ 

Fax D. Tarr A. J. Pitman Up. Fr'pt.. 

Winfield Male Up. Fr'pt.. 

H. G. Smith David Smith iMahoning .. 

Thos. Williams Up. Fr'pt.. 

W. J. Christopher l. Blakenship Up. Fr'pt.. 

Richard Waddell Richard Waddell ,Lo. Kit'g— 

John Jose O. C. Chenoweth jUp. Fr'pt— 



T. A. Fleming T. A. Fleming Kit'g 

'Bakerst'n 

R. A. Smith j w. Rowland iKit'g 

John McPherson Thos. Robinson 'Kit'g 



4—6. 
4—6. 
5—6. 
4—6. 
4—6. 
4—4. 

4—8. 
4—0. 
4—6. 
4-5. 

4—1. 

4—6- 
4—0. 



4—0.. 
4— 0.. 

4—2.. 
4—6.. 
4—1.- 



7—0. 

8—6.. 
6—8.. 
7—0.. 
8—0.. 

6—6.. 

3—6.. 
4—6.. 
4— 0-. 
7-6.. 
5— 0_. 



fan 

fan 

fan 

furnace- 
fan 

fan 



fan 

fan 

furnace. 
furnaee. 
fan 



fan .- 
fan -- 



fan 

fan 

fan 

furnace- 
fan 



furnace 



fan 

natural- 
fan 

fan 



fan 

furnace- 
fan 

furnace- 



fan 



S. B. Brydon B. H. Seaman Up. Fr'pt. 

A. S. Brady M. V. Manley Up. Fr'pt. 

O. L. Ball Frank Bell Bakerst'n 

Thos. Taylor G. P. Shugars. — Up. Fr'pt- 

J. C. Watson G. Harshbarger jUp. Fr'pt. 

J. C. Watson G. Harshbarger Kit'g 

J. C. Watson G. Harshbarger Kit'g 

Robert Grant E. M. Sheets [Pittsburg 

Robert Grant I 

Robert Grant J. E. Ott Pittsburg 



4— 6__ fan 

7— o_. fan 

4 — 5--!furnace. 



3 — 7-Jfurnace- 
3— 0-. furnace. 

6— 0-. fan 

6— O.-fan 



4— lO.natural. 

4— 6. .fan 

2—6.. fan 

4 — 6L. furnace. 

4— 0.. fan 

5— O.-fan 



12— 0_- fan 



101 
80 
22 
16 
74 
40 

212 
40 
79 
34_. 
56 

45 

137 



5__ 
79 



61 

30 

60 

142 

115 
5 

28 



45 



172 

77 

6 



17 
69 

30 
50 
30 

18 
48 
43 



143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 

149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
158 



157 
158 
159 
100 
161 



44 | 162 



12— 0-. Datural. 



163 
164 
165 
166 

167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 



173 

174 
175 



176 
177 
178 
179 

180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
165 
186 
187 
188 
1«> 



272 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINER IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE SOTH, 1910. 



Name of Company. 



Name of Mine. 



190 
191 

192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 



201 
£02 
203 
204 
205 



Mineral Con nl y- 
Davis Coal & Coke 
Davis Coal & Coke 
Davis Coal & Coke 
Davis Coal & Coke 
Davis Coal & Coke 
Davis COal & Coke 
Davis Coal & Coke 
Davis Coal & Coke 
Davis Coal & Coke 
(d) Midland Mining 
William Willis 



Fourth 
Fourth 
Fourth 
Fourth 
Fourth 
Fourth 
Fourth 
Fourth 
Fourth 
Fourth 
Fourth 

RANDOLPH COUNTY. 

Fourth ! Davis Coal & Coke Co. 

Fourth IDavis Coal & Coke Co 

Fourth JDavis Colliery Co 

Colliery Co 

Colliery Co 



-Pon't. 

Co 

Co 

Co 

Co 

Co 

Co 

Co 

Co 

Co 

Co 



Fourth iDavis 
Fourth 'Davis 



419 
420 
421 
422 
423 
t24 
425 
426 
427 
428 
420 



. 430 
'431 
J 432 

.1433 
.434 



206 , Fourth Davis Colliery Co 435 



207 Fourth 

208 ! Fourth 

209 i Fourth 



210 
211 
212 



213 
214 
215 
216 

217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
£30 
231 



Fourth 
Fourth 



W. H. Green (Lessee) 

W. H. Green (Lessee) 

(e) Brady Coal Co 

W. Va. Pulp & Paper Co.. 
J. B. Jenkins C. & C. Co. 



Fourth [Rich Mountain Coal Co 

TUCKER COUNTY. 
Fourth | Cumberland Coal Co 

Fourth Cumberland Coal Co 

Fourth (Cumberland Coal Co 

Fourth Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Fourth jDavis Coal & Coke Co 

Fourth [Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Fourth Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Fourth Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Fourth iDavis Coal & Coke Co 

Fourth Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Fourth Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Fourth jDavis Coal & Coke Co 

Fourth jDavis Coal & Coke Co 

Fourth IDavis Coal & Coke Co 

•Fourth Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Fourth Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Fourth Davis Coal & Coke Co 

Fourth Heacon Ooal & Coke Co 

Fourth Gatziner Coal & Coke Co 



BRAXTON COUNTY. 

232 tFifth _. Davis Colliery Co 

233 Fifth .. Davis Colliery Co 



234 
235 



236 

237 



Fiflh.. 
Fifth .. 



Fifth _. 
Fifth _. 



GILMER COUNTY. 
Cosmopolitan Coal & Coke Co 
(b) Gilmer Fuel Co 

MASON COUNTY. 
Mason City Coal Mining Go.. 
(e) Harris Coal Co 



437 

437 
438 
439 
440 



441 
442 
443 
444 

446 
460 

451 
452 
458 
454 
456 
458 
l. r >7 
■in.s 
459 
(60 
461 
162 
463 



51 1 1 

506 



Tyson No. 10 

Kittaning No. 14 

Kittaning No. 15 

Kittaning No. 16 

Kittaning No. 18 . 

Montgomery Run, 19 

Ott No. 20 

Hampshire No. 50.- 

Hampshire No. 51 

Virginia No. 2 

Willis 



Weaver No. 1 

Weaver No. 2 

Coaitor No. 1 

Sivad No. 2 

Harding No. 3 

and North . 

W. Harding No. 5.. 



Leroy 

Klorrdyke 

Klondyke 

Hopkins No. 1— 

Jenkins 

Hartridge 



Douglas No. 1— drift 

Douglas No. 2 drift 

Douglas No. 5 drift 

Thomas No. 23 # 

Pendleton Run drift 

Thomas No. 25 drift- 
Thomas No. 34 shaft .. 

Thomas No. S8&39-. 2 shaftt 

Thomas No. 41 sdope. 

Coketon No. 24 drift 

Coketon No. 20 drift 

Coketon No. 27 drift 

Coketon No. 28 drift 

Coketon No. 35 drift 

Coketon No. 36 I drift .. 

Coketon No. 37 drift — 

Coketon No. 38 i drift -- 

Coketon Nc. 41 | drift .. 

Beaeon drift — 

Gat/.mer No. 1 Idrift -- 



-SO 
M 



Post Office 
Address. 



drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 



Elk Garden 

Elk Garden 

Elk Garden 

Elk Garden 

-Elk Garden 

-Elk Garden 

-Elk Garden 

_ Beryl 

- Beryl 

Cumberland, Md. 
Emoryville 



drift .. 
drift _. 
drift .. 
drift .. 



Weaver. . 
Weaver.. 
Coalton. 
Harding. 



2 drifts Harding 
drift .. Harding... 

drift .-Coalton... 

drift .-[Mabie 

drift .-Mabie 

_ Cass 

.[Parsons... 
_ Alexander . 



drift 
drift 

drift 



Albert- 
Albert- 
Albert- 



Bower No. 10. 
Oopen No. 11. 



Gilmer. 

(iilincr. 



Thomas 

Thomas.. 
Thomas.. 
Thomas.. 
Thomas. 
Thomas.. 
Thomas.. 
Thomas.. 
Thomas.. 
Thomas.. 
Thomas.. 
Thomas.. 
Tnomas-. 
Thomas.. 

Davis 

Dobbin. .. 



drift ..[Bower. 
drift _- Elkins. 



< I rift 
drift 



Linden Nos. 1 & 2.. 2 drifts 
Camden... drift .. 



Ernest. 
Gilmer- 



Mason.— 
Spilman. 



►Fourth District— W. B. Plaster, Inspector. tFifth District— Earl A. Hen 
ry, Inspector. 

Id) Formerly Piedmont-Potomac Coal Co. (e) Formerly W. H. 
Letsee). (o) Formerly Consumers Coal Mining Co. 



1910] 



Depaetment of Mines. 



273 



NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT, NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, 
WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMBER 
OF INSIDE EMPLOYES. 



QEJLMB 



Name of Superin- 
tendent. 



Name of Mine Fore- 
man. 



i?o: 



Ft. In. 



a 


a o 






O+J 




•eti 


5 s 


s> 


Sw 


* 


fc 



Robert Grant 

Robert Grant 

Robert Grant 

Robert Grant 

Robert Grant 

O. Tibbetts 

Robert Grant 

O. Tibbetts 

O. Tibbetts 

J. W. P. Somerville.. - 
Wm. Willis 



J. P. McNally.. 
B. S. Coleman. 
J. W. Kilroy— 
B. S. Coleman. 
J. W. Eilroy— 
J. A. Tibbetts- 

John Kenny 

J. A. Tibbetts.. 
J. A. Tibbetts- 
J. L. Brown 



TV. W. Brewer Jas. Stewart... 

W. W. Brewer J. H. Davis.. _ 

P. C. Comay W. F. Reilly... 

Jos. Hoylman ! Jos. Hoylman. 



W. S. Wilson M. V. Manley.. 

J. P. Healy, 

Gen'l Manager L. Wilmoutb... 

W. H. Green | 

W. H. Green |W. H. Green__ 

A. P. Brady B. O. Meek 

E. P. Shaffer 'Robert Baruek. 

J. B. Jenkins JD. L. Coulter. 

O. A. Aiman iSam Masters... 



J. B. 
J. B. 
J. B. 

M. L. 



Jenkins 

Jenkins 

Jenkins 



|A. I. Jenkins... 



;E. E. Mclntyre. 



M. L. 
M. L. 



Garvey-— __ iHarley Davis 

Garvey |w. B. Riggleman. 

Garvey W. T. Roberts.—. 

Garvey Geo. Christopher.. 

Garvey 1 John Foreman. 



M. L. 
M. L. 
M. L, 
M. L 
M. L 



W. C 
A. G. 



Garvey. 

Garvey. 

Garvey. 

Garvey. 

Garvey. 

Garvey. 

Garvey. 

Garvey. 

Garvey. 

Patterson. 

Waddell 



W . F . Reeves. 
W. F. Reeves. 



C. L. Gandy 

Robert Shaffer 



C. J. Ryan 

F. C. Newcomer. 



J. T. Foreman... 
Geo. Christopher. 
Geo. Christopher. 



James Lake 

James Lake 

P. J. Stanton. 



A. G. Waddell. 



Tyson — 
Up. Fr'pt. 
Up. Fr'pt. 

Up. Fr'pt. 
Lo. Kit'g. 
Up. Fr"pt. 
Bakerst'n . 
Bakerst'n 
Lo . Kit'g. 
Bakerst'n 



Lo. Kit'g. 
Lo. Kit'g- 
Lo. Kit'g. 
Kit'g 



6 — 0.. natural. 

•1—0— | fan 

4— 0— 'furnace. 



4— 6— ,fan 

4— 0— !fan 

3— 6— !fan 

3— 6— 'fan 

natural. 

furnace. 



Kit'g 

Kit'g 

Kit'g 

Kit'g 

Kit'g 

Sewell 

Kit'g . 



Kit'g. 
Kit'g. 
Kit'g. 
Fr'pt. 
Fr'pt. 
Kit'g. 



9—0— fan 

9—0-Jian 

7— 0— fan 

7 — 0__furnace- 



6— 6— fan 

6 — G— furnaee. 



8— 1— jfurnace. 
8— 6..; furnace. 
5 — 0..' furnace. 
10— 0— [furnace. 
2— 10. if urn a ce- 



ll— 0-. furnace i 



11—0— fan 
6—0__ fan 
5— 0._!fac 
5—0.. fan 



Op. 
Dp. 
Up. 
Up. 
Lo. 
Lo. 
Lo. 
Lo. 
Do. 



Fr'pt. 
Fr'pt. 
Fr'pt. 
Fr'pt. 
Kit'g. 
Kit'g. 
Kit'g. 
Kit'g. 
Kifg. 



6—6.. 
5—0.. 
6—0— 



5—0. 
4—0. 
6—0. 



fan 
fan 
fan 



fan 
fan 

fan 



Lo. Kit'g. 



I 

W. Riggs 'Pgh. No. 

Geo. Montoney Pittsburg 



Chas. Conrad. 
C'has Conrad. 



J. W. Renter- 
James Smith.. 



7— 6_. .furnace 



6-6— .fan 

6—0. .furnace. 



Pgh. No. 8. 
Pgh. No. 8. 



Pgh. No. 8. 
Pgh. No. 8. 



7—0.. 
7—0- 



4—10 
3—10 



fan 
fan 



fan 
fan 



95 
90 
138 
33 



109 

181 

138 

95 



16 
216 
86 



145 
55 



274 



Annual Report of 



[W. Vk. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINES IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30TH, 1910. 



Name of Company. 



Name of M're. 



.SO 



Post Office 
Address. 



240 
241 



242 
243 
244 
245 



247 
248 



V a-'.n ' '■' urn r OonM . 

Fifth _. Beech Grove Coal Co 

Fifth _- The Liverpool Salt & Coal Co 
Fifth ..Hartford Coal & Mining Oo.- 
Filth .. Dixie Coal Works 



Fifth .. 
Fifth .. 
Fifth .. 
Fifth .. 

Fifth .. 

Fifth . 
Fifth .. 

249 I Fifth .. 

250 Fifth .. 

251 Fifth .. 



252 
253 
254 

255 
256 
257 



258 
259 
260 
261 
262 
963 
f64 
265 

268 

267 
268 
269 
270 
271 
272 

274 
275 
276 
277 
278 
279 
280 
281 
282 
283 
284 
285 
286 
287 
88 



Fifth .. 
Fifth __ 
Fifth __ 

Fifth .. 
Seventh 
Seventh 



Fifth .. 
Fifth __ 
Fifth .. 
Fifth .. 
Fiftli .. 
Fifth .. 
FiP.h .. 
Fifth .. 
Fifth __ 
Fiftli ... 
Fifth .. 
Fifth __ 
[Seventh 
Sevi nth 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seven! h 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Sex ''lit h 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Sevenl h 
Sevenl b 

Seventh 

Sevenl h 
Sevenl h 
Seventh 
Seven tli 
Seventh 
Sevenl h 



PUTNAM COUNTY. 
Plymouth Coal *• Mining Co. 
Plymouth Coal & Mining Co. 
Plymouth Coal & Mining Co. 
The Otto Marmet Coal & 

Mining Co. 

The Otto Marmet Coal & 

Mining Co. 

Blaek Betsey Coal & Min. Co. 
Black Betsey Coal & Min. Co. 
Oak Forest Coal & Min. Co. 

Big Hurricane Coal Co 

Alpha Coal Mining Co 

CLAY COUNTY. 

Elk Manor Coal Co 

Elk River Coal & Lnm. Co... 
Virginia & Ohio Red Ash 

Coal Oo 

Queen Shoals Coal Co 

Carter Coal Co 

Kentucky Coal & Lumber Co. 

FAYETTE COUNTY. 

Sunday Creek Co 

Sunday Creek Co 

Sunday Creek Co 

Sunday Creek Co 

The Columbus Iron&Steel Co. 

W. R. Johnson Coal Co 

W. R. Johnson Coal Co 

W. R. Johnson Coal Co 

Boomer Coal & Coke Co 

Boomer Coal & Coke Co 

Boomer Coal & Coke Co 

Boomer Coal & Coke Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Eureka Colliery Co 

Eureka Colliery Oo 

Eureka Colliery Co 

W. R. Johnson Coal Co 

W. R. Johnson Coal Co 

W. R. Johnson Coal Co— 

W i;. Johnson Coal Co 

i.l i Mecca Coal & Coke Oo. 
nil Mecca Coal & Coke Co. 

The Carver Bros. Co 

'I'lie Carver Bros. Co 

The Carver Bros. Co 

The Carver Bros. Co 

The Carver Bros. Co 

St. Clair Colliery Co 

M. B. Coal & Coke Co 

M. B. Coal & Coke Co 

M. B. Coal & Coke Co 



506 

507 

508 
509 



514 
515 
516 

"517 
-.18 
519 



520 
521 

522 

522a 

701 

702 



523 
524 
525 
526 
527 
528 
529 
530 
531 

532 
533 

i :i 
703 
704 
705 
706 
707 
708 
709 
7H> 
711 
712 
713 
71,1 
715 
716 
717 

71S 
71!) 

720 

7:: I 



Beech Grove 

Jackson 

Hartford 

Dixie 

Plymouth 

Manilla 

California 

Big Otto No. 1 

Big Otto No. 3 

No. 1 

No. 2 

Oak Forest 

Hurricane 

(i) Alpha 

Elk Manor 

Dundon 

Pisgah 

Burnzwell 

Carter 

Scott 



Carbondale No. Ill 

National No. 112 

Longaere No. 114 

Harewood No. 115.. 

Cclumbus No. 1 

Kanawha Gas No. 1_ 
Kanawha Gas No. 2 

J Oakland No. 2 

No. 1 

No. 2 North 

No. 2 South 

No. 3 

Eickory Comp 

Eureka No. 13 

Eureka No. 14. 

Queen Mountain 

Eagle No. 1 

Crescent No. 5 

( Irescent No. o 

Orescent No. 7 

Mere.l NO. 2 

No. 5 Block 

Eagle No. 1 

Edgewater Nos. 2&3. 

California 

No. 5 Splint 

Diamond 

St. Clair 

Kimberly No. 3 

Columbia No. 2 

Columbia No. B 



drift -_ Mason 

drift .. Hartford- 
drift .JHartford. 
drift ..'Mason 



drift 
drift 

drift 



Plymouth. 
Plymouth. 
Plymouth- 



drift -JRaymondCity 



drift 

drift 

drift 

slope . 

drift 

drift 



RaymondCity. 
Black Betsey.. 
Blaek Betsey.. 

Winfield 

Winfield-. 

Plymouth 



drift .. Dorfee. 
drift „ Clay- 



drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 



-Clay 

-. Queen Shoals. 

__ Seotford 

.. Dixie 



drift .. 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift — 

drift — 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift _. 

drift - 

drift .. 

drift — 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift .- 

drift .. 

drift .- 

drift .. 

drift .: 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift - 

drift .. 
2 drifts 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift .. 



Longaere. .. 
Longaere... 
Longaere... 
Longaere... 

Marting 

Crescent 

Crescent 

Crescent 

Boomer 

Boomer 

Boomer 

Boomer 

Tomsbirrg.. 
Donwood--. 
Donwood--. 
Donwood... 
. Irescenl .. 
i irescenl .. 

Crescent 

Cioscent 

Eagle 

Eagle 

Eagle 

Eagle 

Eagle 

Eagle 

Eagle 

Eagle 

Kimcerly— 
Kimberly.— 
Kimberly.— 



[Seventh District— James Martin, Inspector. {Seventh Dis- 
iii. i \\ in Winner, Inspector until Sept. 30, 1909. 

id) Operated by The Carver Bros. Co. (b) Formerly 
Cosmopolitan 0. & C. Co. (P Idle during year. 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



275 



NAME OF ,<JJPERIN1 ENDENT, NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, MSAMS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMBER 

OF INSIDE EMPLOYES. 



Name of Superin- 
tendent. 



Name of Mine Fore- 
man. 



«ofe 



Ft. In. 



Co 
oW 



J. F. Icenhower J. F. Ieenhower Pgh. No. 8. 

H. F. Smith |Ben Philipps Pgh. No. 8. 

P. H. Girelle jD. K. Harrison Pgh. No. 8. 

G. H. Gress . G. H. Gress .'Pgh. No. 8. 



W. O. MitchelL 
W. C. Mitchell. 
W. C. Mitchell. 



Edw. Schonebaum. 

Edw. Schonebaum. 

F. D. Favas 

F. D. Favas 

D. L. Thomas 

J. P. Knight 



Jos. Virgin (Pittsburg- 

Jos. Virgin [Pittsburg 

Jos. Virgin [Pittsburg 

Andiew L'tt [Pittsburg 

Robert Fields ".Pittsburg 

John Dickson [Pittsburg 

C. R. Cawley [Pittsburg 

W. L. Thomas 'Pittsburg 

Wm. Thomas Pittsburg 

Pittsburg 



5— inatural. 

4— 8.. fan 

4— 10. !f an 

4 — 6__ If urn ace. 



5— 6_. 
5-0.. 
5—0- 

6—0.. 

6—0.. 

5—6'-. 
5—6.. 
3—6.. 
3—6.. 
5-0- 



fan 
fan 
fan 

fan 



fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

natural- 
fan 



Henry Brooke Geo. Gary.. 

L. O. Beirne 'Geo. Ellis... 



A. M. Straughan A. M. Straughan. 

W. M. Prince Jas. Cole. 

W. M. Tamplin 



W. D. Lewis 

W. H. Thorn as. 
- John Dufour 



Winifrede __ 5—0- 
Stockton _.| 3—0. 



Winifrede .. 
No. 5 Splint 
Coalburg „ 



8—0. 
3—6. 



W. F. Mandt 

W. F. Mandt 

W. F. Mandt 

W. F. Mandt jWm. Martin.. 

O. M. Fenton |j. F. White.. 

T. A. Bartlam 'ISam. Mitchell. 

T. A. Bartlam iSam. Mitchell. 

T. A. Bartlam Sam. Mitchell. 

T. H. Huddy Sam Jenkins !No. 2 



No. 


2 


No. 


2 


No. 


2 


-No. 


2 


No. 


2 


\o' 


5>> 


X. I . 


2 



T. H. Huddy 
T. H. Huddy 
T. H. Huddy 
Frank Kerns.. 
John Nugent.. 

John Nugent 'John Dunn 

John Nugent Jo h a Tim 



W. H. Thompson Eagle 

Sam Jenkins Eagle 

J. W. Elswiek iNo. 2 

R. F. Townsend lEagle 

John Dunn 'No. 2 

INo. 5 
I 



Gas_ 
Gas. 
Gas. 
Gas- 
Gas. 

Gas_ 
Gas. 
Gas. 



Gas 



Gas.. J 
Splint 



.--Arthur Bartham Eagle 

— |H. Webster INo. 5 

.- H. Webster No. 5 

H \Vebster [No. 6 

J. W. Armentront .jNo. 2 

Edw. Forbes I No. 5 

J. E. Carver |No. 2 

J. E. Carver Eagle 

Enoch Carver, Jr J. R. Carver Eagle 

Enoch Carver, Jr I INo. 5 

Jas. E. Carver 'W H. Carver No. 2 

L. W. Atkinson G. E. Sanford Eagle 

L. C. Tippett James O'Boyle No. 2 

L. C. Tippett W. W. Gill No. 2 

L. C. Tippett II. W. Gill No. 5 



T. A. Bartlam.. 
T. A. Bartlam... 

T. A. Bartlam 

T. A. Bartlam 

John Carver 

John Carver 

Enoch Carver, Jr. 
Enoch Carver, Jr. 



Splint 
Splint 

Splintj 
Gas— I 
Block; 

Gas_- 



5—6- 
4—6— 

5—0— 

5—6— 

5—4^. 

4—0— 

5-6— 

5—0— 

5—0.. 

5—6-. 

5—6— 

5—0— 

5—0— 

4—0— 

5—10 

5—2— 

3—2— 

6—0— 

6—0— 

6—0— 

4—8.. 

7—0.. 

5-0- 

4-S- 



fan 
fan 



natural 

furnace 



fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

ifan 

fan 

jfan 

fan 

;fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

natural 

Inatural 

fan 

fan & nat. 

jfan 

natural 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 



Splint 
Gas.. 



Gas— 
Gas.. 
Splint 



6—0— 
5—2.. 
4—10 
5—0- 
5—0— 
4—2— 



natural- 
fan 

fan 



fan 
fan 



250 



21 



179 

198 

174 

210 

156 

24 

70 

105 

160 

282 

212 

207 

54 

51 

60 

5 

23 



10 
Tu 
36 
48 



« 



276 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINES IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30TH, 1910. 



Name ol ( ompany. 



r-, v , ■•• Out i •' ('..,,'•,. 

3eventhM. I 1 .. Goal & Coke Co 722 

eventhM. B. Coal & Coke Co 723 

291 Seventh The Mt. Carbon Co., Ltd — 724 

Si entblGreat Kanawha Colliery Co.. 725 

eventhjGreat Eanawha Colliery Co. _ 726 

: Kanawha Colliery Co.. 727 

295 Seventh Loup Creek Colliery Co 728 

eventh Loup Creek Colliery Co 729 

Herbert Collieries Co 730 

Ft. Defiance Coal & Coke Co. 731 

Lynchburg Colliery Co 732 

Lynchburg Colliery Co 733 

Gamoea Coal Co i i 

ii .i Coal Co 

Deitz Colliery Co 

Deitz Colliery Co 737 

Milburn Coal & Coke Co 738 

Big Sandy Coal & Coke Co.- 739 

Mil] Creek Colliery Co 801 

The Gauley Mount'n Coal Co, 
The Gauley Mount'n Coal Co. 803 

Signal Knob Coal Co 804 

Signal Knob Coal Co 

Gaymont Colliery Co 806 

Sunbeury Coal & Coke Co 807 

Beury-New River Coal Co 

Michigan Coal Co 

Manufacturers & Con. C. Co 

Fayette Coal & Coke Co 

Brown Coal Co 

Nuttallburg Collieries Co 

Holliday Coal Co 

Keeneys Creek Colliery Co 
Keeneys Creek Colliery Co 

Ballinger Coal Co 

Ballinger Coal Co 

Rothuell Coal Co 

Rothwell Coal Co 

Blume Coal & Coke Co.— 
Lookout Coal .Si Coke Co 

Mosely & Walker 

Mosely & Walker 

Mosely & Walker 

Fire Creek Collieries Co._ 
Fire Creek Coal & Coke Co— 
Fire Creek Coal & Coke Co.. 

Sewell Colliery Co 

Beury Tiros. Coal & Coke Co. 

Big Bend Coal Co 

Stone ClifT Coal & Coke Co.. 
Beechwood Coal & Coke Co. 
Beechwood Coal & Coke Co.. 

Alaska Coal & Coke Co 

Fphriam Creek C. & C. Co.. 

Ridgeview Goal Co 

Export Coal Co 

i aurel i reei ( toal Co 

Glendala Colliery Co 

C>iimnin>ont Coal Co 

Quinnlmont Coal Co 

(ireenwood Coal Co 



297 


Seventh 




Sex I'n tli 


299 


Seventh 




Se\ enth 


301 


Seven! b 




Seventh 




Seventh 




Seventh 


305 


Seventh 


300 


Seventh 


807 


rEighth. 


808 


Eighth. 


309 




310 


Eighth. 


311 


Eighth. 


312 




313 




814 


Eighth- 


315 


Eighth. 






Ml 7 






Eighth. 


319 


Eighth. 


320 


Eighth, 


321 


Bighth. 


£22 


Eighth. 


323 


Eighth. 


324 






i i( hth 


328 


Eighth. 


327 


Eighth. 


328 


Eig'ith. 




Eighth 


330 


Eighth 


381 


Eighth. 


332 


Eighth 


333 


Eighth 


334 


Eighth. 


335 


Eighth. 


336 


Big] th 


337 


Eighth. 


338 


Eighth 


339 


Eighth. 


340 


Eighth 


341 


Eighth 


342 


Eighth. 


343 


Eighth. 


344 


Eighth. 


346 


Eighth. 


3 10 


Eighth. 


347 


Eighth. 


348 


Eighth. 


349 


Eighth. 



S10 
811 
S12 
313 

sn i 

816 
817 
818 

SI!) 

820 

821 
828 

- ! : 
B24 

826 
827 
&28 
329 
830 
331 
832 
833 
834 

936 

837 

8 18 
> ::i 
840 

Ml 

842 
843 



Name of yine. 



Elk Ridge No. 1 

Elk Ridge No. 2 

Vulcan & (South).. 

Brett ster 

Edwards 

Digby 

Loup Creek No. 1— 
Loup Creek Nos 
2, 3, 4, 5, 7 



t3 a 
.SO 



drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 

6 drifts 



Post Office 
Address. 



Herberton Idrift 



Fort Defiance 

Lynchburg 

Lynchburg No. 5 

(i) No. 2 Gas 

No. 5 Splint 

Deitz NO. 2 

Deitz N<>. E 

Milburn No. 1— 
Eingston No. 1— 

[Mill Creek 

Nova Scotia 

Turkey Creek 

Pine Top 

Signal Knob 

(i) Gaymont 

Sunnyside 

Elmo 

.Michigan 

Newlyn 

Fayette 

Brown 

Nuttall 

Eeeneys Creek— 

Smokeless 

Boone 

I la I linger No. 1__ 
Ballinger No. 2... 

Dubree] No. 1 

(i) Dubree No. 2.. 

Blume 

Lookout 

CliU Top No. 1— 

li) Cliff Top NO. 2— 

Cliff Top No. 3 

Kohinoor 

Fire Creek 

Buffalo 

i it ( laperton 

Echo 

Big Bend 

Stone Cliff 

Beechwood No. 1„ . 
Beechwood No. 2... 

Alaska 

Buffalo 

Ridgeview 

Export 

Laurel 

Glendale 

Big Q 

Lick Branch 

Greenwood 



drift 
drift 

drift 
drift 
drift 
diift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift- 
drift 



Kimberly 

Kimberly 

Powellton 

Mt. Carbon 

Mt. Carbon 

Mt . Carbon 

Page 



Page 

Herberton 

Kanawha Falls. 

Vanetta 

iVanetta 

Gamoea 

i lamoea 

Vanctta 

Vanetta 

Mahan 

Mossy 

Ansted 

Ansted 

lAnsted 

'Ansted 

| Ansted 

Elmo 

Elmo 

Elmo 

Fayette 

Fayette 

Fayette 

Nuttallburg 

Xuttallburg 

jEdmond 

Winona 

Winona 

Winona 

Winona 

Dubree 

Dubree 

Lookout 

Lookout 

Cliff Top 

Cliff Top 

Cliff Top 

Pembroke 

Fire Creek 

Fire Creek 

Lockout 

Beury 

Dimmoek 

Thayer 

Claremont 

Claremont 

Claremont 

Thayer 

Thayer 

Export 

laurel Creek— 

l.awton 

Quinnlmont — 
Quinnimont — 
l.awton 



'Seventh District— James .Martin, Inspector. 
Inspector. (1 1 [die during t lie year. 



tEighth District— R. V. Muir, 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



2T> 



NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT, NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, SEAMS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMBER 

OF INSIDE EMPLOYES. 



Name of Superin- 
tendent. 



L. C. Tippett 

L. C. Tippett 

Morris Hansford. 

John Nugent 

John Nugent- 



Name of Mine Fore- 
man. 



SS£ 



Ft. In. 



L. H. Hornsby. 

Lem Payne 

J. E. Burke 

John Eads 

John Eads 



John Nugent John Eads 

J. C. R. Taylor ilD. v Dooley 



J. C. R. Taylor... 

John Conwell 

T. R. Ragland 

T. A. Deitz 

T. A. Deitz 

J. M. Campbell 

J. M. Campbell 

T. A. Deitz 

T. A. Deitz 

J. W. Straughan. 

A. B. Rawn 

R. H. Massey 

R. C. Taylor 

R. C. Taylor 

R. H. Massey 

R. H. Massey 



H. B. Clarkson 
H. B. Clarkson 

J. D. Boone 

P. H. Henry... . 
H. B. Clarkson 

J. A. Boone 

H. H. Given 

C. McHolliday.. 

Lee Long 

Lee Long 

Geo. Holland— 
Geo. Holland— 
H. H. Roth well. 
H. H. RothwelL 

D. W. Poone— 
D. W. Boone— 
R. L. Walker... 
R. L. Walker— 
R. L. Walker- 
Samuel Butler.. 

H. H. Blaekburn 

H. H. Blackburn 

D. W. Boone 

H. B. Beury 

J. H. Dempsey.. 
L. H. Monks 

E. L. Hawley 

E. L. Hawley 

G. Lawton 

Robert Watson 

L. H. Monks 

E. E. Huddleson 
J. W. Lawton... 

C. B. Helwig 

J. C. Gallandet 
J. C. Gallandet 



Powellton _ 
Powellton - 
Powellton . 
No. 2 Gas- 
Eagle 

Eagle 

No. 2 Gas. 



D. S. Dooley Eagle 

J. T. Maynor Eagle 

W. R. Cottle No. 2 Gas.. 

J. C. Grisinger No. 2 Gas.. 

J. C. Grisinger No. 5 Splint 

J. M. Campbell ! No. 5 Splint 

., . M. Campbell No. 5 Splint 

L. D. Moran No. 2 Gas.. 

J,. D Moran No. 5 Splint 

John Filbin Kagle 

No. 2 Gas— 

D. H. Lucas Swell 

J. A. Mtrtin No. Gas— 

J. A. Mt.rtin JNo. 2 Gas.. 

R A Furlain 'No. 2 Gas__ 

R. A. Furlrii iNo. 2 Gas.. 

jSewell 

I. M. Price ISewell 

John Harris 'Sewell 

C. E. Sims iSewell 

•i. W. Sims Sewell 

VVn McMillan JSewell 

■lo'.n Casey Sewell 

J. R. Fraser iSewell 

C. W. Jones 'Sewell 

F. H. Seachrist 'Sewell 



6— 0-. 
6—0- 
6— 0-. 
4—6- 

4— 6L. 
4—6.. 

6— a.. 

9-7- 
4—0.. 
4—6- 
3— «- 



5—4— 
5—4- 
3—6- 
5—0.. 
6—10- 



H. B. Conway.— 

John Ohlinger 

Fred Ohlinger 

Chas. Higgins 

' lias. Hif-gins 

J. A. McCallister. 

S. J. Bays 

W. E. Moore 



W. E. Moore 

W. B. Parks 

C. E. Chambers. 



J. W. Tully 

K. A. Little.iohn 

Chas. Evans 

G. D. McDaniels 

R. B. Hanna 

R. B. Hanna 

S. M. Ppters 

John Lindley 

Jos. Atkinson 

C. A. Pareell 

A. F. Gearhart 

J. E. Le Seur 

Ed. Gordon. 
Ed. Gordon. 



W. A. Brown— — Henry Wood"—. ' 



Sewell 
Sewell 
Sewell 
Sewell 



3— 0— 
5—0— 
V— 0— 
5—6.. 
5—6— 
2^-9— 
3—0— 
3—0— 
3—0— 
3—0— 
3— 0— 
4—0— 
4—0— 
3—6— 
3—10. 
3—8__ 
3—9.. 
3-9__ 
3—3- 



fan 

fan 

fan 

natural- 
fan 

fan 

furnace- 



fan 

fan 

furnace- 
furnace. 
furnaee. 

fan 

fan 

furnace- 
furnace. 
natural. 



Sewell 
Sewell 
Sewell 



Sewell 

Fire Creek.. 
Fire Creek.. 



Sewell ... 
Fire Creek- 
Fire Creek.. 
Fire Creek.. 
Fire Creek. . 
Fire Creek.. 
Fire Creek. . 
Fire Creek.. 
Fire Creek.. 
Fire Creek.. 
Fire Creek. . 
Fire Creek.. 

Fire Creek 

Fire Creek.. 

Fire Creek.. 



3—6— 
3—6— 
3—0— 



3—0. 
3—2. 
3^-6. 



fan 

furnace- 
fan 

furnace- 
furnace- 

fan 

fan 

fan 

furnaee- 

fan 

fan 

fan & furn 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

natural 

fan . 



fan 

fan 

furnace- 



fan .. 
fan _. 
fan .. 



4—0— 

4—0. 

3—0. 

3—4— 

3—6.. 

3—6— 

4— 0— 

3—10. 

3—0— 

3—3.. 

4—0.. 

4— 0— 

3—10. 

3—10. 

4—0— 



fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

furnace- 
fan 

fan 

fan 



79 
"32l" 



102 
63 

110 



110 
13 
50 



75 
245 



36 
39 
63 
70 
44 

121 
50 
35 

102 
71 
99 
11 
55 



140 
63 
40 



75 
24 
58 

122 
58 
31 

148 
25 
35 
61 
45 
70 



278 



Annual Report or 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINES IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE SOTH, 1910. 



350 
351 



Name of Company. 



Eighth. 
Eighth. 



352 Eighth. 

353 Eighth. 

354 Eighth. 

355 Eighth. 

356 Eighth. 

357 Eighth. 

358 Eighth. 

359 Eighth. 

360 ! Eighth. 

361 i Eighth. 

S62 Eighth. 

363 Eighth. 

364 Eighth. 

365 Eighth. 

366 Eighth. 

367 Eighth. 
36S Eighth. 

369 Eighth. 

370 Eighth. 

371 {Ninth . 

372 Ninth . 
Ninth . 

374 Ninth . 

375 Ninth _ 

376 Ninth . 

377 Ninth . 

378 Ninth . 

379 Ninth . 

380 Ninth . 

381 *Ninth . 

382 Ninth - 
Ninth . 

384 Ninth . 

£85 Ninth . 

386 , Ninth . 

387 , Ninth . 
£88 Ninth . 
889 Ninth . 
£90 Ninth _ 

391 Ninth . 

392 i Ninth 

Ninth . 

St4 | Ninth . 

895 Ninth _ 

396 Ninth . 

397 Ninth . 

398 Ninth . 



399 Ninth 



Fayette Oount.v— Con't. 
Hemlock Hollow O. & C. Co. 
New River & Poca. Cons. 

Coal Co. 

New River & Poca. Cons. 

Coal Co. 

New River & Poca. Cons. 

Coal Co. 

New River & Poca. Cons. 

Coal Co. 

New River & Poca. Cons. 

Coal Co. 

New Rivei & Poca. Cons. 

Coal Co. 

New River & Poca. Cons. 

Coal Co. 

New River & Poca. Cons. 

Coal Co. 

New River Valley Coal Co 

Marrs Branch Coal Co 

The Low Moor Iron Co. of 

Virginia 

The Low Moor Iron Co. ol 

Virginia 

Elverton Coal & Coke Co 

|Soutu Side Co 

The Thurmond Coal Co 

The Thurmond Coal Co 

I The New River Collieries Co 
The New River Collieries Co 
The New River Collieries Co 
The New River Collieries Co 
The New River Collieries Co 
Tha New River Collieries Co 
The New River Collieries Co 

(b) The Dunglen Coal Co 

Tin Dunglen Coal Co 

|Newlyn Coal Co 

Meadow Pork Coal Co 

The Star Coal & Coke Co... . 

Laura Mining Co 

Nichol Colliery Co 

iMcKell Coal & Coke Co 

McKell Coal & Coke Co 

Harvey Coal & Coke Co 

Harvey Coal & Coke Co 

Prudence Coal Co 

Prudence Coal Co 

Prudence Coal Co 

Collins Colliery Co 

Collins Colilery Co.. 

White Oak Fuel Co 

While Oak Fuel Co 

White Oak Fuel Co 

White Oak Fuel Co 

White Oak Fuel Co 

Stuart Colliery Co 

Stuart Colliery Co 

smart Colliery Co 

Dunn Loop Coal & Coke 

Co. 

Dunn Loop Coal & Coke 

Co. 



844 
845 
846 
847 
848 
849 
a50 
Sal 

852 

853 

85 ! 

855 

856 

S5S 
S59 
860 

864 

901 
902 
903 
904 
906 
906 
907 
908 
909 
910 
911 
912 
913 
914 
915 
916 
917 
918 
919 
920 
921 
922 

i"! 
925 



927 



Name of Mine. 




Post Office 
Address. 



Hemlock 

Layland \No. 1... 
Layland No. 2_. 
Layland No. 3.. 

Minden No. 1 

Minden No. 2... 
Minden No. 3... 
Minden No. 4... 



Minden No. 

Bachman 

Whitney 



Kaymoor No. 1. 



drift 

drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 

drift 
drift 
drift 



Lawton. 
Gentry.. 
Gentry.. 
Gentry.. 
Minden. 
Minden. 
Minden. 
Minden. 



Minden... 
'Fayette.. 
Fayette.. 



drift ..Kaymoor. 



Kaymoor No. 2 drift 

Elverton .drift 

South Side Idrift 

Concho No. 1 drift 

Erskine No. 2 drift 

Brooklyn Idrift 

Red Ash drift 

Rush Run 'drift 

(i) Royal drift 

Sun No. 1 sfope. 

Sun No. 2 shaft 

Sun No. 3 slope. 

Dunglen No. 1 drift 

Dunglen No. 2 drift 

Thomas jdrift 

Meadow Fork drift 

Star drift . 

I. aura drift . 

Nichol Idrift , 

Derryhale drift 

Kilsyth drift . 



Harvey No. 1— 
Harvey No. 2. 

Prudence 

Lyman 

Jones 

Collins No. 1- 
Collins No. 2.. 

Wingrove 

Scarbo 

Whipple... 

Carlisle 

Oakwood 

Parral 

Beech Creek 

Stuart 



Durn Loop No. 1 

Dunn Loop Nos. 2&3. 



drift .. 
Cirift .. 
diift .. 
drift .. 
drift — 
drift „ 
drift .. 
shaft .. 
shaft .. 
shaft .. 
shaft .. 
shaft ._ 
drift. „ 
shaft .. 
drift .. 

drift .. 

2 drifts 



Royal 

Elverton 

Caperton... 

J Concho 

;Concho 

Finlow 

Fire Creek. 
Rush Run. 

iSun 

Sun 

Sun 

Suj 

Thurmond.. 
Thurmond.. 

Ncwlyn 

Newlyn 

Red Star- 
Glen -lean.. 
Glen Jean.. 
Derryhale... 

Kilsyth 

iHarvey 

Harvey 

Prudence... 

Prudence 

Prudence... 
Glen Jetin.. 
Glen Jean.. 

Scarbo 

Scarbo 

Whipple 

Carlisle 

Carlisle 

Parral 

Parral 

Stuart 



Dunn Loop. 
Dunn Loop. 



Diet let Lance B. Holliday, Inspector. 

(b) w. i Receiver. 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



279 



NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT, NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, 3PAMS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMBER 

OF INSIDE EMPLOYES. 



Name of Superin- 
tendent. 



Name of Mine Fore- 
man. 



*8& 



Ft. In. 






4> 




■a 


s> 




s>> 


a 








e6 
O 


a 


H 





J. A. Brown 

H. M. Bertolet 

H. M. Bertolet 

H. M. Bertolet 

John Clapperton, Jr.. 

John Clapperton, Jr.. 

John Clapperton, Jr.— 

John Clapperton, Jr.— 

John Clapperton, Jr.— 

J. D. Boone 

J. D. Boone 



Win. Barrick-. 



Chas. Estep 

R. A. Mosely 

Robert Boyd 

Gilbert Smith 

Gilbert Smith 

W. M. Gillie 

W. M. Gillie 

W. M. Gillie 

W. M. Gillie 

W. M. Gillie 

W. M. Gillie 

W. M. Gillie 

Thos. Bovd 

Thos. Boyd 

H. P. Thomas 

Edw. Thomas 

G. W. Jones 

Thos. Nichol 

J. R. Sharo 

T. T. Lewis 

T. T. Lewis 

C. L.Beddison 

C. L.Beddison 

J. N. Schweitzer 

J. N. Schweitzer 

J. N. Schweitzer 

G. E. Dixon 

G. E. Dixon... _ 

J. K. Gentry 

Ralph Brabbin 

Louis Lewis 

Thomas Dawson 

Thomas Dawson 

E. C. Biddison 

Wm. Tamplin 

W. J. Heatherman 



D. S. Brown 

Louis Nahodil 

Louis Nahodil 

Louis Nahodil 

B. F. Titlon 

H. T. Wood 

W. H. Stein 

W. Rothwell 



James Haslan. 
L. F. Hess.... 
D. A. Stull— _. 



John Clark 



Sam Seaman 

F. Platser 

Robert Boyd 

W. E. Morton 

T. G. Burke 

T. 8. Askey . 

J. W. Cuthbertson 

John Porter 



John Cooper 

John Cooper 

John Cooper 

Thos. Boyd 

Thos. Boyd 

H. P. Thomas 

H. Meadows . 

John Burns 

Thos. Morgan 

W. H. Watkeys 

John Sweeney 

John Warren 

L. P. Johnson 

L. P. Johnson ... 

James Robinson 

James Robinson 

James Robinson 

J. W. Wedgewood 

J. W. Wedgewood 

J. K. Gentry. 

M. Barron 

F. Dixon 

J. Pelter 

Thos. Stockdale 

John Powell 

Wm. Tamplin 

Joe Bishop 



Fire Creek. 
Fire Creek. 
Fire Creek- 
Fire Creek. 
Fire Creek. 
Fire Creek. 

Sewell 

Sewell 



Sewell 
Sewell 
Sewell 

Sewell 



Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Fire Creek. 

Sewell 

Fire Creek. 
Fire Creek. 



4—0. 

4—0. 

4—0. 

4—0- 

4— 6— 

4—6— 

4—2— 

4—2.. 

4—0— 
3— 6„ 
3—0.. 

3—6— 

3—0— 

3—4— 
4—1— 
4—0- 
4—0— 
4—6— 
4—6— 
4—6— 



fan .. 
fan .. 



fan 



fan 

fan 



fan 



fan .. 
fan .. 



182 



192 
188 



158 



fan 

furnace 23 

furnace 14 



Carel Robinson |0. Williams. 



Carel Robinson O. Williams Sewell . 



Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Fire Creek. 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 



Sewell 



5— 0.. 
5—0- 
5—0- 
4—6.. 
4—6- 
4—0- 
5—0- 
5—0- 
5—6- 
5—4.. 
5—6.. 
5—6.. 
i—i.. 
4—4- 
5— 0- 
5—0- 
5— 0_. 
5—6.. 
5—6.. 
5—0.. 
5— 0.. 
5—0- 
4—4.. 
4—4-. 
4— 0.. 
4—0.. 
4—3.. 



fan 

furnace 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 



fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

natl & furn 

furnace 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan &nat. 

fan 

natural.. 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

far 

furnace 

fan 



153 

71 

75 
103 
127 

21 
105 

85 



387 



32 

16* 

36 

157 

44 

81 

116 

316 

70 

58 

) 

) 164 

i 

) 159 

124 



131 
107 



4— 6.. i fan & furn 
5 — 4__'fan & furn 



IS 



280 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINES IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE SOTH, 1910. 



Name of Company. 



Name of Mine. 



"O ft 

SO 
M 



Post Office 
Address. 



Payei ' " ^'-unt y— Oon't . 
Ninth JMacdonald Colliery Co. 



Ninth _ 

Ninth . 

Ninth _ 

Ninth . 

Ninth . 



Sugar Creek Coal & Coke 
Co. 

Price Hill Fuel Co 

Turkey Knob Coal Co 

Turkey Knob Coal Co 

Mt. Hope Coal & Coke 
Co. — 



KANAWHA COUNTY. 
tFifth _. Fa'ling Rock Cannel Coal 

Co. 

Fifth — Graham Coal Co - 

Fifth _J Queen Shoals Coal Co 

Filth .JQueen Coal & Coke Co 

Fifth ._ JQueen Coal & Coke Co 

Fifth _JPen Mar Mining Co 

Fifth ..'The Clay Coal Co 

Fifth _. (b)Villa Coal Mining Co 

Fifth Blue Creek Coal & Land 

I Co. ... 

Fifth ..Blue Creek Coal & Land 

Co. 

Fifth ..Blue Creek Coal & Land 

Co. 

Fifth ..Roderick Coal Co 

Fifth ..Acme Steam Coal Co 

Fifth — Williams Coal Co 

Fifth ..The Campbell's Creek Coal 

Co. 

Fifth ..'The Campbell's Creek Coal 

Co 

Fifth ..The Campbell's Creek Coal 

Co. 

Fifth .. Virginia Coal Co 

Fifth -. Quincy Coal Co 

Fifth ..Quincy Coal Co 

Fifth ..^Sunday Creek Co 

Fifth ..iSunday Creek Co 

Fifth ..iSunday Creek Co 

Fifth ..ISunday Creek Co 

Fifth . Sunday Creek Co 

Fifth ..[Sunday Creek Co 

Fifth ..Sunday Creek Co 

Fifth ..The New Oorder Grove Coal 

& Brick Co 

Fifth .- Kelleys Creek Colliery Co 

Fifth .. Kelleys Creek Colliery Co.— 
Fifth ..Kelleys Creek Colliery Co.— 

Fifth .. Cedar Run Collieries Co 

Fifth Cedar Run Collieries Co 

Fifth .. Cedar Run Collieries Co 

Fifth .. Hughes Creek Coal Co 

Fifth .. Hughes Creek Coal Co 

Fifth _. Caimclton Coal Co 

Fifth ..The Marmet Coal Co 

Fifth .. The Marmet Coal Co 

(Sixth — The Marmet Coal Co 

Sixth _. The Marmet Coal Co 

Sixth ..The Marmet Coal Co 

Sixth ..The Marmet Coal Co. 



930 
931 

932 



535 

536 
537 

538' 
539 
540 
541 

542 

543 

544 

545 
546 

547 
548 

919 

550 

551 
552 
558 

554 
555 
556 
557 
558 
559 
560 
561 



562 
568 
564 
565 
566 
567 
568 
569 
570 
57 1 
572 
573 

1,01 

602 
60S 

(.0-1 



Macdonald (drift 

Sugar Creek Nos. 



1, 2, & 3. 

Sherwood 

Turkey Knob 

Hickory Branch 

Nos. 1, 2 & 3„ 



3 slopes 
shaft .. 
drift — 

3 drifts 



Macdonald. 

Macdonald. 
Price Hill.. 
Macdonald. 

Macdonald. 



Baby slope... Mt. Hope 



Jones No. 2 & 

Falling Rock 

(B Graham 

Queen Shoals 

Turner Right 

Turner Left 

Pen Mar Nos. 1&2„ . 
Bradley White Ash. 
Mill Creek 



2 drifts Weir 

drift — IWeir 

drift ..'Weir 

drift -JHeatherman 

drift — jHeatherman 

2 drift-Big Chimney 

drift — :Barren Creek., 
drift .. IVilla 



Wills Hollow No. 1. 
Wills Hollow No. 2. 



drift - 

Idrift — 



Blakeley No. 3 drift _. 

Roderick .drift .. 

jAcme Steam idrift .. 

I Williams No. 1 'drift .. 

No. 1 — drift — 

No. 3 drift 



No. 4. 



drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 



Blakeley. 
Blakeley. 



Blakeley 

Quick 

Quick 

Charlestown. 

Dana 



No. 1— . 
No. 2... 
No. 101. 
No. 104. 
No. 105. 

Ci)No. 106 'drift 

(i) No. 108! drift 

No. 109 drift 

(i) No. 110 drift 

Boyd drift 

iKellys Creek No. 1 'drift 

Kellys Creek No. 3 jdrift 

Kellys Creek No. 4_. jdrift 



D;inn 

Dara 

Coal Fork 

Quincy 

Quincy 

Shrewsbury... 
Cedar Grove. 

Mammoth 

Mammoth 

Mammoth 

Mammoth 

Cedar Grove. 



1 



3— . 
2— .. 
3— .. 



Cedar Run No 
Cedar Riri No 
Cedar Run No. 
Hugheston No. 
Hugheston No. 

No. 2 

Monarch No. 1 

Monarch No. 2 drift 

Butler No. 1 drift 

New Butler drift 

Lens Creek No. 2 drift 

Black Band drift 



drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 



Cedar Grove.. 
Ward 

Ward 

Ward— 

Blue Creek 

Blue Creek 

Blue Creek 

Hugheston 

Hugheston 

Crnnelton 

Marmet 

Marmet 

Marmet 

Marmet 

Marmet 

Marmet 



i Fifth District Far] A. Henry, Inspector. [Sixth District— Bonner H. Hill, Inspec- 
tor, (b) Formerly Mill Creek Cannel CoaJ Oo. (i) Idle during year. 



1910] 



Depabtment of Mines. 



281 



bAME OF SUPERINTENDENT, NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, SEAMS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMBER 

OF INSIDE EMPLOYES. 



Name of Superin- 
tendent 



Name of Mine Fore- 
man. 



Jog 



Ft. In. 



M 



a o 
-,» 

oW 



W. R. Thurmond. 



Floyd Ramey. 
S. T. Bailey. 



Geo. Buckley Sewell 4— 8_. 



Floyd Ramey | Sewell i 5—9— 

.Chas. Cheeks.. Sewell i 4—6— 



J. G. Thayer R. J. Morton Sew oil 



J. G. Thayer. 
T. P. Bailey.. 



R. B. Young. 



W. M. Prince 

A. H. Lee 

A. H. Lee . 

Jacoh Householder 

G. W. Gaghan 

H. A. Jepson 



D. H. Morton. 
D. H. Morton. 



John Samuels Sewell 5—0. 

W. L. Harless Sewell 6—0- 



R. B. Young Cannel 



James Cole No. 5 

W. W. Wood No. 5 

W. W. Wood No. 5 

Chas. Johnson Coalburg 

W. E. Davis JNo. 5 

H. A. Jepson .Cannel .. 



fan 



fan & furn 

fan 

fan 



natural- 
fan 



2—6. 

5 — 0— furnace. 

4 — 0_. | furnace 

4—0— fan & furn 



Andy Akins No. 5. 

C. W. Elkins |No. 5. 



3—6.. 
4—6— 
4—0— 
3—0- 



f urn ace- 
natural. . 

fan 

fan 



D. H. Morton :R. L. Miller No. 5 

T. A. Leyshon S. L. Thomas ;No. 5 

T. A. Leyshon R. M. Leyshon No. 5 

J. B. Williams W. S. Holmes [No. 5 



W. V. Rensford 'And. Calderwood. No. 5. 

W. V. Rensford 'And. Calderwood 'No. 5. 



W. V. Rensford And. Calderwood ;No. 5 

T. A. Kay jSam Smith Stockton _. 

J. L. Dickinson > iLewiston -- 

J. L. Dickinson J. M. Kelley No. 5 

J. W. Taylor iJames Kennedy JNo. 5 

J. W. Taylor J. A. Neylan 'Coalburg — 

J. W. Taylor H. E. Taylor 'Coalburg __ 

J. W. Taylor. No. 5 

J. W. Taylor ' i Coalburg _.. 

J. W. Taylor D. B. Ross No. 5 

J. W. Taylor 

Thos. Boyd. Thos. Boyd 

H. T. Swarr. — W. H. Mease 

H. T. Swarr Harry Vaughn 

H. T. Swarr 

J. S. Miller Amos Carpenter 

J. S. Miller _ Amos Carpenter 

J. S. Miller Amos Carpenter 

James Raisback John Nugent 

James Raisback Luke Raisback 

F. O. Harris.- C. P. McCafferty 

W. H. Morris Chas. King 

W. Welsh Chas. King 

R. T. Price.— William Bowen 

R. T. Price. William Bowen 

R. T. Price John Shepard 

R. T. Price Fred Mandt 



Cedar Grove 
Coalburg ._ 
Coalburg __. 
Cedar Grove 

No. 5 

No. 5 



Coalburg ... 
Coalburg — 
No. 2 Gas- 
Cedar Grove 
Cedar Grove 
Winifrede — 
No. 2 Gas- 
Cedar Grove 
Black Band- 



4— 6— if an — 
4—6-. fan — 



107 

94 

42 

136 



21 



5— 0— fan 

5— 0— fan 

5 — 2_. furnace 

4—8.- fan 



5—0. 

5—0. 

5-0L- 
4—4— 
3—6- 
5-6.. 
6—0— 
5—6- 
6-6— 



fan 

fan 
fan 



fan 
fan 
fan 
fan 
fan 



5—8— fan 



2—11 
4—8.. 
5-6. 
3—0— 



natural. 

fan 

fan 

furnace. 

4 — 0._|furnace. 

4 — 0— furnace. 



5—0„ fan „ 

5— 0— fan 

6—0.. fan 

3— 6-Jfan 

3— 0— |fan 

4— 6„ jfan 

7—0- -furn ace 

3—10 jfan 

3—10 fan & furn 



<»l 
<i7 
14 

27 



) 213 

) 

14 

37~ 



85 
170 



70 



24 
71 
199 



152 
173 



87 
17 



282 



Annual Report o* 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINES IN THE STATE OF WE§T VIRGINIA 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 80TH, 1910. 



459 
460 
461 
462 
463 
464 
465 
466 



Name of Company. 



Name of Mine 



bi 


•w a 


°i 


8 


■O p, 


.SO 


M 



Post Office 
Address. 



449 ! Sixth .. 

450 Sixth .. 

451 Sixth .. 

452 Sixth .. 

453 Sixth .. 

454 Sixth .. 

455 Sixth .. 
45-5 Sixth.. 

457 I Sixth _. 

458 Sixth _. 



Sixth . 
'Sixth . 
Sixth . 
Sixth . 
Sixth . 
Sixth . 
Sixth . 
Sixth . 



467 Sixth .. 

468 Sixth _. 

469 Sixth .. 

470 Sixth . . 

471 Sixth .. 

472 Sixth .. 
47." Sixth -. 

474 Sixth .. 

475 Sixth _. 

476 Sixth _. 

477 Sixth .. 

478 Sixth _. 

479 Sixth .. 

480 , Sixth .. 

481 Sixth .. 



482 


Sixth 




Sixth 


484 


Sixth 


485 


Sixth 


486 


Sixth 


487 


Sixth 



4SS , Sixth . 

489 Sixth 

490 Sixth 

491 Sixth . 

492 Sixth . 

493 Sixth . 

494 Sixth . 
496 Sixth . 



496 


Sixth __ 


497 


Sixth .. 


498 


Sixth .. 


499 


Sixth .. 


500 


Sixth _. 


501 


Sixth .. 


502 


Sixth .. 


503 


Sixth .. 


604 


Sixth .. 


505 


Sixth .. 



K ■< inwhn County— Con 't 

Olcott Coal & Iron Co 

Olcott Coal & Iron Co 

Peerless Coal Co 

Winifrede Coal Co 

Winifrede Coal Co 

Winifrede Coal Co 

Winifrede Coal Co 

Dry Branch Coa) Co 

Dry Branch Coal Co 

Dry Branch Coal Co 

Coalburg Colliery Co 

Wyatt Coal Co 

Wyatt Coal Co 

Wyatt Coal Co 

Wyatt Coal Co 

Lewis Coal & Coke Co 

Persinger Coal Co 

(b)La Mont Mining Co 

La Mont Mining Co 

The Holly & Stephenson 

Coal & Coke Co 

The Holly & Stephenson 

Coal & Coke Co 

The Holly & Stephenson 

Coal & Coke Co 

The Holly & Stephenson 

Coal & Coke Co 

Wake Forest Mining Co 

Carbon Coal Co 

Carbon Coal Co 

Carbon Coal Co 

Carbon Coal Co 

Republic Coal Co 

Republic Coal Co 

Republic Coal Co 

Republic Coal Co 

Republic Coal Co 

West Va. Colliery Co 

West Va. Colliery Co 
West Va. Colliery Co 
West Va. Colliery Co 
Cabin Creek Cons. C. 
Cabin Creek Cons. C. 
Cabin Creek Cons. C. 
Cabin Creek Cons. C. 
Cabin Creek Cons. 
Creek Cons. 
Cabin Creek Cons. 
Cabin Creek Cons. 
Cabin Creek Cons. 
Cabin Creek Cons. 
Cabin Creek Cons. 
Cabin Creek Cons. 
Cabin Creek Cons. C 
Cabin Creek Cons. C 
Cabin Creek Cons. C 
Cabin Creek Cons. O 
Cabin Creek Cons. C 
Cabin Creek Cons. 
Cabin Creek Cons. 
Cabin Creek Cons. 



Co 

Co...... 

Co 

Co 

C. Co 

C. Co 

C. Co 

C. Co 

C. Co 

C. Co 

C. Co 

C. Co 

Co 

Co 

Co 

Co 

O. Co 

C. Co 

O. Co 

C. Co 



60S 
606 

607 
608 
60:) 
610 
611 
612 
613 
614 
615 
616 
617 
618 
619 
620 
621 
622 
623 

624 

625 



627 

628 

629 

630 

631 

632 

633 

634 

635 

636 

637 

638 

639 

640 

641 

642 

643 

64 I 

645 

646 

647 

648 

649 

650 

651 

653 
654 
655 

ii.v; 
657 
658 
659 
660 
661 



Olcott No. 1 

Olcott No. 2 

Peerl3ss 

South. 

Norti Pick 

North Machine 

West 

No. 1 Gas 

Coalburg 

No. 5 

Ronda 

Oakley 

Berlin 

Horton North 

Horton South 

.Coaling Station 

'Wilton 

Nos. 1 & 2 

No. 3 

Stephenson No. 2 

Stephenson No. 5 

No. 1 Gas 



drift „ 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift -. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift _. 
drift _. 
drift _. 
drift .. 
drift _. 
drift .. 
drift — 
2 drift- 
drift .. 

drift .. 

drift — 

drift _. 



Olcott 

Olcott 

Lewiston 

Winifrede 

Winifrede 

Winifrede 

Winifrede 

Dry Branch.. 
Dry Branch.. 
Dry Branch.. 

Ronda 

Sharon 

Laing 

Sharon 

Shrron 

Fuel Station- 
Miami 

Beth 

Beth 



Eskdale. 
Eskdale. 
Eskdale. 



Coalburg. drift 

Wako Fortst drift 

Carbon North drift 

Carbon South drift 

Carbon Splint drift 

Caibon No. 4 diift 

No. 1 Gas drift 

No. 2 Gas drift 

No. 3 Gas. drift 

No. 4 Gas drift 

No. 5 Gas drift 

No. 1 Gas drift 

No. 2. drift 

No. 3 Splint ;drift 

No. 4 Gas drift 

Davis drift 

Cherokee drift 

Caledonia drift 

Red Warrior drift 

Buckeye drift 

Empire drift 

Black Tulip drift 

Kevstone drift 

Acme... jdiift 

drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
diift 



Shamrock- 
Thistle 

Raccoon Splint 

Raccoon Gas 

Rose 

Kayford No. 1... 
Kayford No. 2 slope- 
Holly. drift 

Quarrier drift 

United Gas drift 

United Splint drift 



..lEskdale 

,-JWake Forest. 

._ Nabob 

..(Carbon 

..Carbon 

..Carbon 

.. Carbon 

-iCarbon 

. Carbon 

. Carbon 

. Carbon 

_ Weioca 

. Wevoca 

. Wevoca 

. Wevoca 

. Ohley 

. Leewood 

.Leewood 

. Leewood 

.Acme 

..Acme 

.Acme 

.[Acme 

jAcme 

_ Kayford 

.Kayford 

-Kayford 

.'Kayford 

Kayford 

Kayford 

Leewood 

Leewood 

Decota 

-IDecota 

.Decota 



• 8ixth District— Bonnar H. Hill, Inspector. (b) John Laing, Receiver. 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



283 



NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT, NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, VEAMS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL Jv UMBER 

OF INSIDE EMPLOYES. 



Name of Superin- 
t indent 



fame of Mine Fore- 
man. 



H. S. 
H. S. 
A. M. 
G. B. 
G. B. 
G. B. 
G. B. 
C. G. 
C. G. 
C. G. 
L. D. 
David 
J. M. 
David 
David 
S. A. 
J. T. 
G. B. 
G. B. 



Single 

Single [ 

Woolridge 

Combs 

Combs I 

Combs I 

Combs 

Wood 

Wood ; 

Wood : 

Burns i 

Evandall 

Laing 

Evandall J 

Evandall 

Lewis 

McAlister 

Combs 

Combs 



F. H. McClung 

F. H. McClung _*__ 

F. H. McClung 



F. H. 
J. C. 
Cabell 
Evon 
J. C. 
C. A. 
M. W 
M. W 
M. W 
M. W 
M. W 
J. C. 
J. C. 
J. C. 
K. D. 
V. A. 
H. L. 
H. L. 
H. L. 
J. A. 
J. A. 
J. A. 
J. A. 
J. A. 
W. A. 
W. A. 
W. A. 
W. A. 
W. A. 
W. A. 
W. A. 
H. L. 
H. L. 
A. P. 
A. P. 



G. E. Sanford 

J. W. Branham 

James Hemmings 

D. W. Richards 

W. H. Stuart 

W. H. Stuart . 

E. E. Dobbs 

Bob Odcll 

G. C. Stone 

G. C. Stone 

Dan Morris 

Ed. Glover 

W. B. Nesbit 

John Pettry 

John Pettry 

Wm. Rollins 

J. T. McAlister 

D. W. Forguharson 

D. W. Forguharson 

J. M. McDonough 

D. W. Williams 



McClung 

Grimes Jesse Gardner. 

Cabell Pierce 

J. E. Shaefter.. 
W. T. Gosnay. 

C. A. Pierce 

C. A. Hughes.. 
Owen Meadows.. 



Pierce 

Cockburn 

Gilmore 

Cabell 

. Murphy 

, Murphy 

, Murphy |Tom Hughes 

, Murphy 

, Murphy 

Gilmore Robert Walker 

Gilmore Wm. Brady 

Gilmore Jc. L. Petit 

Quarrier jEd. Stanley 

Miller V. A. Miller 

Fisher Andy Yeck 

Fisher lH. M. Daniels 

Fisher H. J. Wills 

Straughan [John Eads 

Straughan Geo. Wall 

Straughan I Frank Sherer 

Straughan G. E. Stanley 

Straughan :L. R. Eads 

Otey IE. L. Marnney 

Otey T. B. Fisher 

Otey IE. L. Marnney 

Otey I John Dower 

Otey |s. G. Hoge 

Otey Mory Darby 

Otey _ P. L. Rose 

Fisher T. A. Pugh 

Fisher Ij. W. Gay 

Sherer (John Titlon 

Sherer Tons McGary 



3o» 



Ft. In. 



■a » 
M 



_ a 



Black Band 
Black Band 

Peerless i 

Winifrede __ 
Winifrede _J 

Winifrede 

Winifrede — 

Peerless 

Coalburg ._ . 

Belmont 

Coalburg __ 

Lewiston ' 

No. 2 Gas.. 
Coalburg ... 

Coalburg- 

Peerless I 

Cedar Grove j 
No. 2 Gas..-. 
No. 5 



No. 2 Gas.. 
Lewiston ___ 



3— 0— if an 

3— O.Jfan 

2— 4. j fan 

4— 8— fan 

3—10 [fan 

4— 6— [fan 

3—10 [fan 

4— 0-. fan 

5—0— fan 

3— 4— fan 

6— S— Ifan 

4— 0— ifan 

5— 6.. fan 

6—0— 'fan 

4— 7— ifan 

2—6— fan 

3— 4— ifan i 

fan 

6— 0— ,fan I 



4-6- 

5—6.. fan 



41 
33 

115 
19 

101 
78 
18 
53 
29 
94 
84 
77 
39 
62 
21 
13 

"~52~ 



43 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No . 
No. 
No 



2 Gas— 
2 Gas— 
2 Gas— [ 
5 I 

1 Fagle. 

2 Gas— | 
2 Gas.. I 
2 Gas— I 

Gas.. 1 . 



5 — 0_.ifan -. 

5—0— fan — 

5— 0-.|fan -- 

5—6.. fan .. 



101 
57 
49 
82 



5—0- 
5—4- 
5— 0„ 



Coalburg 
No. 2 Gas— 
No. 2 Gas- 
No. 5 

No. 2 Gas- 

Lewiston 

No. 2 Gas— 

2 Gas.. 

2 Gas- 



fan 

fan 

fan 

furnace- 



No 
N<>. 
No . 
No. 
No. 
No 



Gas— 
Gas- 
Gas.. 

Gas— 



Coalburg 

No. 2 Gas.. 
No. 2 Gas— 
Coalburg _„ 
No. 2 Gas— 
Coalburg .._{ 
No. 2 Gas. 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



Gas.. 
Gas.. 
Gas.. 
Gas— 



5—6.. 
5—6.. 
7—0.. 
5—0.. 
5—3- 
5—3.. 
4—4— 
4—8.. 
5—6— 
4—9— 
5—6- 
5—6.. 
5—0.. 
6—0— 
5-0- 
6—6— 
5—0— 
6—4.. 
6—0— 



Coalburg 



4—10 
5 — 3__ 

5—2 

5— 0_. 



fan 

[fan 

(fan 

fan 

'fan .... 
fan .... 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

Ian 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 



135 
27 
71 
62 
51 
43 
20 
36 
37 
39 
35 
43 
26 
70 
57 
44 
44 
65 

112 



449 
450 
451 
452 
453 
454 
455 
456 
457 
458 
459 
460 
461 
462 
463 
464 
465 
466 
467 

468 



470 

471 
472 
473 
474 
475 
476 
477 
478 
479 
480 
481 
482 
483 
-484 
485 
486 
487 
488 
489 
490 
491 
492 
493 
494 
495 
496 
497 
498 
499 
500 
501 
502 
503 
504 
505 



284 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINES IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR. THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30TH, 1910. 




Sixth .. 
Sixth .. 
Sixth __ 
Sixth .. 
Sixth „ 
t Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 

Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 

Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 
Seventh 



Kanawha Count y— Oon't. 

Cabin Creek Cons. C. Co 

Cabin Creek Cons. C. Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 

South Hill Coal & C. Co 



66E 
668 

664 
665 
666 



710 
711 
742 
743 

71! 



Paint Creek Collieries Co 
Paint Creek Collieries Co 
Paint Creek Collieries Co 
Paint Creek Collieries Co. 
Paint Creek Collieries Co. 

Paint Creek Collieries Co ^tj 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 74G 

Paint Creek Collieries Co 747 

Paint Creek Collieries Co. 
Paint Creek Collieries Co. 
Paint Creek Collieries Co. 
Paint Crtek Collieries Co. 
Paint Creek Collieries Co. 
Paint Creek Collieries Co. 
Coalburg-Kanawba C. Co 
Coalburg-Kanawha C. Co. 
Southwestern Splint Fuel 

Co. . 

Winifrede Coal Co 

(c)Connell-Kanawha C. Co 
Standard Splint & Gas 

Coal Co 

Imperial Colliery Co 

Imperial Colliery Co I761 

Imperial Colliery Co '762 

Chesapeake Mining Co 753 

Chesapeake Mining Co 764 

Chesapeake Mining Co 7gg 

Montgomery Coal Co 70(5 

Montgomery Coal Co -, t - 

Morris' Creek Colliery Co 709 

East Bank Mining Co... _. fog 



748 
749 

750 

751 

752 

— 7.1:; 

-—754 

- — !755 



756 
787 
758 



759 

760 



BOONE COUNTY. 

Sixth __ The Coal River Co 'gct 

Sixth __ The Spruce River C. Co J668 

Peytonia Block C. Co V;go 

Anchor Coal Co. 



Sixth 
Sixth .. 
Sixth .. 



(170 



Webb Coal Co 67 -| 



NICHOLAS COUNTY. 
tSeventhKentueky Coal & Lumber 

Co. 

Seventh Arminlus Coal Co 

Seventh Raven Collieries ~ 

Seventh Saxman Ooal & C. Co.. 
Seventh Saxman Coal & C. Co. 
Seventh I Pardee & Curtin Lumber 
I Co. 



GREENBRIER COUNTY. 
Seventh Eli Lick Coal Co. 
Seventh Elk lick Coal Co. 



770 

771 

77" 
77:: 
774 

775 



776 

777 



RALEIGH COUNTY, 
xth .. Big Coal Co ....672 



Belleclare drift 

Ruby drift 

Reynolds drift 

Knickerbocker drift 

South Hill drift 

Scranton drift 

Paint Creek drift 

Waeomah drift 

Banner No. 1 drift 

Banner No. 2 drift 

Detroit drift 

IT) Morton No. 1 drift 

(i) Morton No. 2 drift 

Nuckolls drift 

Gross No. 1 drift 

Gross No. 2 'drift 

Gross No. 3... ..'drift 

Greenbrier No. 2 'drift 

Greenbrier No. 3i drift 



No. 
No. 



"A". 
"B". 



Black Cat 

New Coalburg. 
Coalburg No. 



drift 
drift 

dvilt 

drift 
drift 



Deccta 

Decota 

Dun griff 

Dungriff 

Lewiston 

Mucklow 

Mucklow 

Mucklow 

Mucklow 

Mucklow 

Mucklow 

Mucklow 

Mucklow 

Mucklow 

Tomsburg.. 
Tomsburg. . 
Tomsburg.. 
Tomsburg. . 
Tomsburg-. 
Coalburg— 
Coalbu'-g.— 



Crown KilL 
Crcwn Hill. 
Ciown Hill- 



Standard drift 

Imperial No. 1 drift 

(i) Imperial No. 2 'drift 

Imperial No. 3 'drift 

Chesapeake No. 1 drift 

Chesapeake No. 2 drift 

Chesapeake No. 3 'drift 

Upper Creek drift 

Possum Hollow Idrift 

Morris Creek drift 

East Bank drift 



Standard 

Burnwell 

Burn well 

Burnwell 

Handley 

Handley 

Handley 

Montgomery- 
Montgomery. 
Montgomery- 
East Bank... 



Ottawa drift 

Ramage 'drift 

Peytonia drift 

Anchor drift 

Webb drift 



(i) Mt. CarmeL 

(i) Arminlus 

Raven 

Saxman No. 1. 
Saxman No. 2.. 



Panther Creek- 



Spruce Knob- 
Lost Flat 



Jeffrey 

Greenview. 
Peytonia.. 



drift 
niift 
drift 
drift 
drift 

drift 



drift 
drift 



t Seventh District— James Morton, Inspector 
OO. (i) Idle during year. 



Dorothy Idrift . 

(c) Formerly Equitable 



Dixie 

Scottford. 
Greendale. 
Saxman... 
Saxman. .. 

Lowland.. 

Rich wood . 
Riehwood. 



Dorothy 



1910] 



Department or Mines. 



285 



NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT. NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, SEAMS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMBER 

OF INSIDE EMPLOYES. 



Name of Superin- 
tendent. 



Name of Mine 1 ore- 
man. 



O IUT3 

as! 



Ft. In. 



z 


a c 






a 


= S 


c> 


Sw 


M 


Eh 



A. P. Sherer George Hodge 

A. P. Sherer C. C. Fultz 

S. E. Childress jW. H. Clendenin. 

8. E. Childress |W. L. Brady 

Logan Linville Logan Linville 

J. A. Greene J. J. Cox 

J. A. Greene T. M. Burke 

J. A. Greene Harry Johnson 

J. A. Greene D. L. Waters 

J. A. Greene D. L. Waters 

J. A. Greene_' Richard Gill 

J. A. Greene 

J. A. Greene 

J. A. Greene 

Frank Kerns IP. F. Berry.. 

Frank Kerns V. D. Johnson. 

Frank Kerns . Lee Patrick 

Frank Kerns . Edw. Simms— _ 

Frank Kerns Lee Patrick 

J. A. Willis J. N. Bergraf. 

J. A. Willis 



No. 2 Gas— I 

Coalburg 

Black Band 
Bhuk Band! 
Jewiston __. 

Coalburg , 

Coalburg 

j Coalburg __ _ 

I Coalburg 

jLewiston : 

I Eagle I 

Eagle , 



4— 10_ 

5—0— 

3—10- 

4—2— 

4—2— 

4—10 

7-6.. 

5—0— 

6—6- 

4—0 

4—2— 



Gas. 



J. N. Bergraf-. 

W. E. Binford Dan Hudnall— 

Wm. Crighton c. B. Stewart.. 

E. L. Brewer V7. H. Toler— 



W. S. Wood— Ed. Foster 

Quinn Morton j,. r. Howell 

Quinn Morton Mat Bolden 

Quinn Morton h. G. Howell 

J. H. Carter G. W. Walker... 

J. H. Carter J. w. Frazier— 

J. H. Carter James Goodyear. 

E. P. Champe s. P. Johnson... 

E. P. Champe s. P. Johnson... 

G. S. Gear James Frazier 

A. M. Howery Ed. Clark 



No. 2 
.'Eagle 

Powellton -. 
Winifrede .. 
No. 2 Gas.. 
jWinifrede .. 

Coalburg 

JLewiston .. 

Coalburg ... 
Coalburg ... 
Coalburg 

Coalburg ... 
Eagle 

I Eagle 

Eagle 

Kanawha _. 
No. 2 Gas.. 

Coalburg 

Kanawha — 

! Kanawha — 

Winifrede 

Cedar Grove 



fan 

fan 

fan 

furnace- 



fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

furnace, 
fan 



3-6— fan 



6—0— 



5—0.. 
5—10. 
6—0.. 
3—8.. 



fan 

fan & furn 

fan 

fan & furn 

fan 

fan & furn 



6— 5_. fan 

5—0— 'fan 

5 — 6.. fan 



7—6— fan 

0— 0— fan 

fan 

4 — 6__ fan & furn 

fan 

ifan 

4—0— fan 

6—0— 'fan 

6—0— Ifan 

4—0— If an 

2 — 10-| furnace 



J. M. Moore Edw. Quilling Eagle — 

J. B. Ramage John Henry jEagle 

C. H. Meade r. A. Snead ]Cannel .. 

Coalburg 
John Holmes Coalburg 



J. R. Mucklow w. S. Miller Coalburg 

Geo. Shoemaker Thos. Jones Sewell 

Geo. Shoemaker ,'e. S. Bozzard Sewell .. 

J. M. Boogs J. M. Boggs 'Coalburg 

H. W. Armstrong H. P. Jones iFreeport 

H. W. Armstrong H. P. Jones Freeport ... 



C. E. Sandberg C. E. Foster Coalburg 



5 — l.-jfan 

5— 6.. i furnace. 
3—0 



4—0.. 
3—0— 



4—0- 
4— 0.. 



11— 6.. 



fan 
fan 
fan 



furnace- 



fan 
fan 



-IS 
34 
72 

57 



87 
97 
68 

.3:! 
17 
32 



54 
47 
61 

27 

44 
91 
106 

107 

80 



108 
117 



54 



41 
35 



fan 



199 



286 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINES IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30TH, 1910. 



Naino of Company. 



Name of Mine. 



T3 a 
.HO 



555 


Sixth 


556 


Sixth 


557 


{Ninth 


558 


Ninth 


559 


Ninth 


560 


Ninth 


561 


Ninth 


562 


Ninth 


563 


Ninth 


564 


Ninth 


565 


Ninth 


566 


Ninth 


567 


Ninth 


568 


Ninth 


569 


Ninth 


570 


Ninth 


571 


Ninth 


372 


Ninth 


573 


Ninth 


574 


Ninth 


575 


Ninth 


576 


Ninth 


577 


Ninth 


578 


Ninth 


579 


Ninth 




Ninth 


581 


Ninth 


582 


Ninth 


- 


Nintr 


584 


Xinth 


585 


Ninth 


580 


Ninth 




Ninth 


588 


Ninth 


589 


Ninth 


590 


Ninth 


50] 


Ninth 


592 


Ninth 


508 


Ninth 




Ninth 




Ninth 




Ninth 


597 


Ninth 


506 


Ninth 




Ninth 


600 


Ninth 


901 


Ninth 


802 


Ninth 




Ninth 


604 


Ninth 


606 


Ninth 


606 


Tenth 


607 


Tenth. 


608 


Tenth 


609 


Tenth. 


610 


Tenth. 



r ! i«rl' C! mill ,\ Con't. 
Big Coal Co 673 

Clear Fork Splint Gas 
Coal Co [674 

_ The New River Colls. Co |934 

.'The New River Colls. Co -935 

.The New River Colls. Co 936 

_ The New River Colls. Co 937 

. McKell Coal & Coke Co 938 

. McKell Coal & Coke Co —'939 

.McKell Goal & Coke Co '940 

. -McKell Coal & Coke Co '.Ml 

.McKell Coal & Coke Co 942 

- The Wright Coal & C. Co 943 

.The Wright Coal & C. Co ! 944 

. Sttonewall Coal & C. Co 945 

. Stonewall Coal & C. Co 946 

.Stonewall Coal & C. Co (947 

. Stonewall Coal & C. Co 948 

- Piney Mining Co 949 

. Piney Mining Co 1 950 

.Piney Mining Co 951 

Piney Mining Co 952 

. Raleigh Coal & Coke Co 1953 

.Raleigh Coal & Coke Co 1954 

.Raleigh Coal & Coke Co 955 

. Raleigh Coal & Coke Co 956 

..Kaleigh Coal & Coke Co '957 

.Raleigh Coal & Coke Co 958 

. Blue Jay Lumber Co 959 

.-ullivan Coal & Coke Co -I960 

. Cranberry Fuel Co 961 

. Cranberry Fuel Co 962 

. Cranberry Fuel Co 963 

Cranberry Fuel Co |S64 

. Mahscott Coal & C. Co 965 

.Becklev Coal & Coke Co 966 

Price Hill Fuel Co. 967 

Slab Fork Coal Co ;968 

E. i:. White Coal Co (969 

]•:. V. White Coal Co 970 

E. E. White Coal Co 971 

Gulf Smokeless Coal Co 972 

Gulf Smokeless Coal Co J973 

MaeAlpin Ooal Co '974 

MacAlpin Coal Co 975 

Bailey-Wood Coal Co 976 

Pemberton Coal & C. Co 977 

Gulf Coal Co 978 

Gull Coal Co 979 

Lynwin Coal Co 980 

Win, ling Gulf Col. Co 98] 

Winding Gulf Col. Co 



MERGES COUNTY. 
Mill Oreel Ooal & C. Co.. 
Mill Creek Ooal & C. Co._ 
Mill Creek Coal & C. Co.. 
Mill Creek Coal & C. Co. 



inni 
If 102 
1003 
LOW 
Mill Creek Coal & C. Co 1005 



Sarita. 



drift „ 



Post Office 
Address. 



Dorothy. 



drift — Jarrolds Valley- 
drift — !Sun 

drift —Sun 



Clear Fork 

Lanark No. 3. 
Lanark No. 4 

Eceles No. 1 jshaft— [Sun 

(i) Eceles No. 2 'shaft — [Sun 

Oswald I drift ..Oswald 

Sydney [drift ..Oswald 

Graham No. 1 drift ._ (Oswald 

Graham No. 2 'drift ..Oswald 

Tamroy idrift _. Oswald 

Wright Nos. 1&3 '2 drifts Wright 



Wright No. 2 drift 

Terry No. 1 'drift 



Wright- 
Terry. 



Terry No. 2 drift —Terry 

Stonewall No. 3 'drift —'Terry 

Stonewall No. 4 drift --Terry 

Piney No. 1 drift .. Stanford 

Piney No. 2 drift ..'Stanford 

Piney No. 3 drift —Stanford 

Piney No. 4 Idrift _. Stanford 

Raleigh No. 1 drift ..'Raleigh 

Raleigh No. 2 [drift — Raleigh 

Raleigh No. 3 drift — Raleigh 

Raleigh No. 4 drift ..Raleigh 

Raleigh No. 5 drift .. Raleigh 

Raleigh No. 6 drift .-Raleigh 

Blue Jay No. 4 'drift ..Blue Jay 

Sullivan N. & S. 
Nos. 1, 2, 3, & 4— .'4 drifts Sullivan 



Sprague 'slope Skelton 

Skelton slope... Skelton 

Cranberry , shaft — Skelton 

Prosperity shaft __ Skelton 

Mabscott 'drift — Wiekham 

Beekley slope— Wiekham 

Price Hill shaft ..Price Hill 

[Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 — 5 drifts Slab Fork.... 

I Glen White No. 1 drift .-Glen White... 

[Glen White No. 2 drift .. Glen White- 
Glen White No. 3 drift __ Glen White... 

No. 1 'drift ..Gulf 

[No. 2 .drift ..Gulf 

MacAlpin No. 1 'drift .. MaeAlpin 

MacAlpin No. 2 drift ..MaeAlpin 

Bailey-Wood No. 1— drift ..MacAlpin 

,Soak Creek Islope... Affinity 

Gulf drift .- Hotcoal 

Beaver .[drift .. Hotcoal 

Lynwin No. 1 slope — Winding Gulf- 
No. l slope.. 

No. 2 .'shaft & 

slope ._ 



Coaldale . drift 

Mill Creek Fast drift 

Mill i Ireek West drift 

West Fork drift 

Tug River drift 



Winding Gulf. 
Winding Gulf.. 



( loopers. 
( loopers 
i loopers 
« loopers - 
( loopers. 



: Ninth District Lance B. Eolliday, Inspector, 
spector. (i) [die during year. 



t'JVnth District— Arthur Mitchell, In- 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



287 



NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT, NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, SEAMS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMBER 

OF INSIDE EMPLOYES. 



Name of Superin- 
tendent 



Name of Mine Pore- 
man. 



aots 



Ft. In. 



~ O 






O. E. Sandberg D. S. Holmes Coalburg 



R. Bennett 

W. M. Gillie 

W. M. Gillie 

W. M. Gillie 

W. M. Gillie 

C. W. Carmen.. 
O. W. Carmen.. 

F. Hinson 

F. Hinson 

F. Hinson 

C C. Gressang. 
C. C. Gressang-. 

F. M. Lee 

F. M. Lee 

F. M. Lee 

J. A. Brubeck.. 

James Stirrat 

F. C. Clark 

James Ettirrat— 

F. C. Clark 

J. P. White 

J. P. White 

J. P. White 

J. P. White 

J. P. White 

J. P. White 

P. C. Lynch 



John Rutherford Coalburg 



Wm. Reppert 

Win. Reppert. 

Zacz Evans 

Zack Evans... 
Geo. Smith... 
J. W. Estep.. 
James Devus. 



Sewell 

Sewell 

Beckley 

Beekley 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Sewell 

Fire Creek- 
Fire Creek. 
Fire Creek. 



D. Nuckolls 

J. W. Rhodes 

G. L. Moran 

W. H. Cross 

W. H. Cross 

J. T. Robertson jSewell 

J. T. Robertson iFire Creek 

Wilson Smith .'Beckley 

Wilson Smith JBeckley 

J. B. Kuhn Beckley ... 

Frank Beard Beckley ... 

T. L. Conway 'Beckley ... 

R. Cobbs iBeckley ... 

D. H. Phelps Beckley ... 

T. L. Conway Beckley ... 

J. A. Higgins Sewell 

A. R. Jones Beckley ... 

Pat McQuade Beckley . . 



8—0.. 
4—0- 



5—6.. 

1^6— 

4—6— 
4—10. 
4—10. 
4—10. 
3—6.. 
3— S— 
4—0.. 



fan 



fan 

natural- 
fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

Ifan 



5—0. 
3—5. 
6—0. 
5—6- 
4—2. 
5—6. 
4—6. 
4—6. 
4—0. 



fan 
fan 
fan 
fan 



fan 

furnace.. 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 



105 

"loa" 



136 
~~52~ 



fan 



4—0. 
4—6. 

4—8. 



fan 
fan 
fan 



38 
11 

112 
35 
61 
68 

147 



Ed. Hope W. H. Malcolm. 

H. H. Pinknev Ed. Pinkney 

H. H. Pinkney 

H. H. Pinkney J. G. Davis 

H. H. Pinknev J. T. Davis 

G. R. Krebbs J. Wolstenhohn. 

G. R. Krebbs Wm. Crickmer.. 

Wm. Brabbin [Wm. Brabbin 

W. G. Caperton W. M. Warwick. 

E. E. White F. J. McHugh... 

Geo. D. Evans Jas. Golden 



Beckley ; 4 — 4_. 

Scwell 3—6— 

Sewell 3—6— 



Sewell _ 
Sewell . 
Sewell . 
Sewell . 
Sewell . 
Beckley 
Beckley 
Beckley 



4—8... 
4—6— 
4—4._ 
4—4.. 
4—2— 
4—6— 

11—3- 

11—3 

11—3 
6—0— 



Geo. D. Evans Jas. Golden 'Beckley 

W. P. Tams Adam Lindley 'Beckley 

W. P. Tams Adam Lindley Becklev 6—0. 

Wm. Laing P. B. Evendall Beckley 6—0— 

Wm. Laing P. B. Evendall Becklev | 6—0.. 

J. C. Baker C. B. Brvant Beekley : 5—10. 

W. J. Elgin W. D. Lee Beckley j 4—0— 

R. D. Patterson H. O. Hall 'Beekley ' 6— 3_. 

S. H. Wysong H. O. Hall Becklev 

W. T. Dudley E. J. Flannigan Beckley ! 5—0.. 

A. M. Herndon W. E. Brown Beckley 5—0— 

A. M. Herndon J. W. Montgomery 'Beckley I 5 — 0— 



3 8-4- 



fan 
fan 



C. E. F. Burnley Dan Frazier 'Poca. No. 

C. E. F. Burnley J. W. Johnson IPoca. No. 3| 8—0- 

C. E. F. Burnley J. W. Johnson Poca. No. 3| 10— 0.. fan 

C. E. F. Burnley H. L. Price 'Poca. No. 3 9—0.. fan 

C. E. F. Burn'ey H. L. Price IPoca No. 3i 10— 0.. fan 



fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan & furn 
fan & furn 

fan 

furnace 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

furnace 

fan 

furnace 

furnace 

fan 

fan 



28 

156 

59 

120 
65 



76 
39 
67 
160 



257 

""TO* 



164 
~188~ 



288 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MIXES IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30TH, 1910. 



Name of Company, 



Name of Mine. 



Post Office 

Address. 



611 
612 
613 
611 



616 



621 
622 
623 



Tenth.. 
Tenth— 
Tenth.. 
Tenth- 
Tenth.. 
Tenth- 
Tenth.. 



618 Tenth. 



619 Tenth.. 

620 | Tenth- 
Tenth.. 
Tenth.. 
Tenth.. 

624 Tenth.. 

625 Tenth— 

626 Tenth.. 

627 Tenth— 

628 Tenth. . 

629 i Tenth.. 

630 i Tenth.. 
f31 j Tenth.. 
632 ; Tenth- 



Tenth. 
Tenth. 
Tenth. 
Tenth. 
Tenth. 
688 Tenth. 
'Tenth. 

T. Mill 

Tentli. 
Tenth. 
Tenth. 
Tenth. 



633 

034 
635 
636 
637 



640 
641 

642 
(it:: 
644 



M.T'-'-r Connl v On't 

Buckeye Coal & Coke Co 

Buckeye Coal & Coke Co 

Booth-Bowen C. & C. Co 

Pocahontas Cons. Colls. 

Co., Inc 

Pocahontas Cons. Colls. 

Co., Inc 

Pocahontas Cons. Colls. 

Co., Inc 

Pocahontas Cons. Colls. 

Co., Inc 

Pocahontas Cons. Colls. 

Co., Inc 

Louisville Coal & C. Co 

Louisville Coal & C. Co 

Louisville Coal & C. Co 

(b)No. 3 Poca. Coal Co 

Crystal Coal & Coke Co 

Crystal Coal & Coke Co.. 

Crystal Coal & Coke Co 

The American Coal Co. of 

Alleghany County 

The American Coal Co. of 

Alleghany County 

The American Coal Co. of 

Alleghany County 

The American Coal Co. of 

Alleghany County 

The American Coal Co. of 

Alleghany County 

The American Coal Co. of 

Alleghany County 

The American Coal Co. of 

Alleghany County 

Thomas Coal Co 

Thomas Coal Co 

Pawama Coal & Coke Co 

Pawama Coal & Coke Co 

The Weyanoke C. & C. Co. 
The Weyanoke C. & C. Co. .. 

The Smokeless C. & C. Co. 

Hiawatha Coal & C. Co 

Spring Coal Mining Co 

Wenonah Coal & C. Co 

Wen. .nidi Coal & C. Co. 

T. D. Lee Coal Co 



645 


Tenth 


646 


Tenth 


647 


Tenth 


648 


Ten til 


649 


Tenth 


650 


Tenth 


651 


Tenth 


652 


Tenth 


653 


Tenth 


654 


Tenth 


668 


Tenth 


65e 


Tenth 


657 


Tenth 


658 


Tenth 



Mcdowell county. 

Algoma Coal & Coke Co 

Algoma Coal & Coke Co 

Elkridge Coal & Coke Co 

Gilliam Coal & Coke Co 

Indian Ridge C. & C. Co 

Roanoke Coal & Coke Co 

Arlington Coal & Coke Co.— 

Greenbrier Coal & C. Co 

| McDowell Coal & Coke Co 

Ashland Coal & Coke Co 

Ashland Coal & Coke Co 

jPoca. Cons. Colls. Co... 

Poca. Cons. Colls. Co 

IPoca. Cons. Colls. Co 



1006 

1007 
1008 



1010 



1012 

1013 
1014 

1015 
1016 
1017 
101S 
1019 
1020 

1021 



1023 
1024 



1026 

1027 
1028 
1029 
1030 
1031 
1032 
1033 
1034 
1035 
1036 
1037 
1038 
1039 



1040 
1041 
1042 
1043 
1044 
1(115 
1046 
1047 
1048 
1049 
1050 
1051 
1052 
1053 



Buckeeye North drift .. Bramwell. 

Buckeye South drift .. Bramwell. 

Booth-Bowen drift — Freeman.. 



Caswell-Hemlock 

Caswell-Elkhom 

Sagamore No. 1 

Sagamore No. 2 



West 

Goodwlil 

Louisville 

Klondyke 

Cephus 

Crystal No. 1— 

Crystal No. 2 

Crystal Nos. 3&4 — |2 drifts Crystal 

Crane Creek No. 1 — drift .. McComas. 



drift ..Pocahontas, Va. 
drift — Pocahontas, Va. 



drift .. 

drift _. 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift .. 



Pocahontas, Va. 

Pocahontas, Va. 

Pocahontas, Va. 

Goodwill 

Goodwill 

Goodwill 

Godfrey 

Crystal 

Crystal 



Crane Creek No. 2... 
Pinnacle North 



Pinnacle South drift - 

Piedmont No. 1 drift 

Piedmont No. 2 drift 



drift 
drift 



Piedmont No. 3. 
Thomas No. 1— 

Thomas No. 2 

No. 1 

No. 2 

Weyanoke 

Elihu 

Smokeless 

Hiawatha 

Spring... 

No. 1 

No. 2 

T. D. Lee 



North Fork.. 

Piney 

Elkridge 

Gilliam.. 

Indian Ridge. 

Roanoke 

Arlington 

Greenbrier 

McDowell 

Ashland 

Monitor 

Cherokee 

Lick Branch.. 
Delta 



McComas.- 
McComas.. 
McComas— 
McComas— 
McComas— 



drift 

drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 



drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 



. McComas 

McComas 

. McComas 

/Matoaka 

Matoaka 

'Giatto 

Giatto 

|Hiawatha— . 

Hiawatha 

Springton 

Dott 

Dott 

Bromwell 



Algoma 

Algoma 

Powhatan 

Eckman 

Worth... 

Worth 

Eckman 

Bramwell 

McDowell 

Ashland 

Ashland 

Pocahontas, Va. 
Pocahontas, Va. 
Pocahontas. Va. 



Tenth District Arthur Mitchell. Inspector, (b) Formerly Cephus Coal Co. 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



289 



NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT, NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, SEAMS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMBER 

OF INa>I~?E EMPLOYES. 



Name of Superin- 
tendent 



Name of Mine Fore- 
man. 



a^ 



F. R. Hewitt J. H. Williams Poca. No. 3 

F. R. Hewitt J. H. Williams Poca. No. 3 

Harry Bowen B. F. Bray Poca. No. 3 



J. E. Jones, G. M._ 
J. E. Jones, G. M._ 



~|R. S. Whitehead. 
— 'R. S. Whitehead. 



James Heatherman J. C. Baldwin- 
James Heathernian Frank Smith... 



J. E. Jones, G. M Ed. Jones 

J. W. Montgomery H. O. Hall 

J. W. Montgomery J. Delton 

J. W. Montgomery JG. L. McNew... 

P. J. Vighani 8. R. Chaffin.. _ 

W. H. Thomas Walter Hall 

W. J. Pritchard IWalter Hall 

W. H. Thomas JE. H. Simpson. 

J. T. Walker I.James Hughes.. 

J. T. Walker James Hughes.. 

J. T. Walker J. L. Dewese 



J. T. Walker J. L. Dewese 



J. L. Dewese. 
C. R. Irwin.. 



J. T. Walker. 
J. T. Walker. 



J. T. 
W. J. 
W. J. 
J. C. 
J. C. 
R. D. 
R. D. 
O. M. 
O. M. 
M. J. 
W. P 
W. P 
T. D. 



Walker O. R. 

Pritchard T. C. 

Pritchard G. W, 

Straus B. H. 

Straus B. H. 

Patterson John 

Patterson J. W. 

Moomaw P. L. 

Moomaw J. F. 

Saunders I J. D. 

Buckwalter ! Edwin 

Buckwalter Edwin 

Lee 



Irwin 

Dooley 

Harmon 

English 

English 

Woodyard 

Shrewsbury- 
Vest 

Brooks 

Kirby 

Lucas 

Lucas 



W. J. Beury. J. F. Logan. 

W. J. Beury J. F. Logan. 

L. E. Turney W. H. Devennv. 

Morris Watts [J. W. Yost 

A. D. Rice JE. Sheets 

W. V. Cummins jW. L. Marshall— 

Morris Watts Alfred Hall 



James Collins. 

H. W. Rawson 

T. J. O'Neil 

T. J. O'Neil 

J. E. Jones, G. M. 

T. E. Erazeal 

Frank King 



T. B. Whitet--. 
Allen Hambrick. 

Ellis Sheets 

J. C. Lovern 

G. B. Scott 

Thos. Weldon... 
R. Merrell 



Ft. In. 



•" S 



3> 



5—6— fan 
5-6— fan 
7—6u-, fan 



Poca. No. 3 8—0— fan 
Poca. No. 3i 8— 0__ fan 
Poca. No. 3: 6—0— fan 



Poca. No. 3 6— O.Jfan 



Poca. 
Poca. 
Poca. 
Poca. 
Poca. 
Poca. 
Poca. 
Poca. 



No. 3 10—6. 
No. 3! 4—8. 

3 

3 



No. 

No. 
No. 
No. 



4—8. 
4—8. 
4—6- 

4—0. 



No. 3, 4—6. 
No. 3 4—6. 



fan 

[fan 

'fan 

!fan 

furnace- 
fan 

jfan 

furnace. 



Poca. No. 3 1 4—8.. fan 



Poca. No. 31 4—8- 
Poca. No. 3 4—8- 



Poca. No. 3 4—8. 
Poca. No. 3 4—8 



Poca. No. 3 



Poca . No . 

Poca. No. 

Poca. No. 

Poca. No. 

Poca. No. 

Poca . No . 

Poca. No. 

Poca. No. 

Poca. No. 

Poca. No. 

Poca. No. 

Poca. No. 

Poca . No . 



4—8- 

4—8- 
4—5. 
4—5. 
4—5. 
4—5- 
4^-6. 
4—6- 
4—6. 
4—6. 
4—4. 
4—0. 
4—0- 
6—0- 



fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 



fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

furnace.. 

fan 

furnace.. 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

natural.. 



a o 

*a 



130 
108 



325 



300 



33 
~163~ 



19 
170 



203 



Poca. 
Poca. 
Poca. 
Poca. 
Poca. 
Poca. 
Poca. 
Poca. 
Poca. 
Poca. 
Poca 
Poca . 
Poca . 
Poca . 



No. 3 

No. 3: 

No. 3 

No. 3 

No. 3' 

No. 3 

No. 3 

No. 3 

No. 31 

No. 3] 

No. 3| 

No. 3 

No. 3 

No. 3 1 



6—0— 'fan 
6—0— 'fan 
7—0._ fan 
5 — 9__ ifan 
4— 10. fan 
5— 2.. jfan 
5—0— fan 
6— 0— fan 
5 — 6__ fan 
4—0.. I fan 
4— 9— fan 
6—0—: fan 
8— 0—1 fan 
6— 6..! fan 



180 

57 



32 
87 
110 
60 



180 
145 
145 
122 
75 
115 
115 
152 
195 



611 
612 
613 

614 

615 

616 

617 

618 
619 
620 
621 
622 
623 
624 
625 



627 



631 

632 
633 
634 
635 
636 
637 
638 
639 
640 
641 
642 
643 
644 



647 
648 
649 
650 
651 



653 
654 
655 
225 ! 656 
310 I 657 
340 658 



290 



Annum- Report of 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINES IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE SOTH, 1910. 



Name of Company. 



660 
661 
662 
663 
664, 
665 
666 
667 
668 
669 
670 
6T1 
672 
673 
674 
675 
676 

677 

678 

679 

680 



684 
685 
686 
687 



691 
692 
693 
649 
695 
696 
697 
«98 
609 
700 
701 
702 
703 
704 
705 
706 
707 
708 
709 
710 
711 
712 
713 
714 



Name of Mine. 



Tenth.. 
Tenth.. 
Tentb,. 
Tenth.. 
Tenth.. 
Tenth- 
Tenth.. 
Tenth.. 
Tenth.. 
Tenth- 
Tenth— 
Tenth- 
Ten th.. 
Tenth- 
Tenth.. 
Tenth— 
tElev 'th 
Elev 'th 

Elev 'th 

Elev 'th 

Elev 'th 

Elev 'th 

Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'ih 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev *th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 

Kiev 'th 

Elev 'th 



Mcltow II C -miii v— Con. 

Poca. Cons. Colls. Co 

Poca. Cons. Colls. Co 

Poca. Cons. Colls. Co 

Poca. Cons. Colls. Co 

Zenith Coal & Coke Co 

Zenith Coal & Coke Co 

Elkhorn Coal & Coke Co 

Lynchburg- Coal & Coke Co 

Powhatan Coal & Coke Co 

Upland Coal & Coke Co - 

Houston Coal & Coke Co 

Houston Coal & Coke Co 

Crozer Coal & Coke Co 

Crozer Coal & Coke Co 

Turkey Gap C. & C. Co 

The King Coal Co — 

Mohawk Coal & Coke Co. 

New River & Poca. Cons. 

Coal Co 

New River & Poca. Cons. 

Coal Co 

New River & Poca. Cons 

Coal Co 

New River & Poca. Cons. 

Coal Co 

Dry Fork Mining & Invest- 

ment Co 

Poca. Domestic Coal Co 

Hall Mining Co 

Dry Pork Colliery Co 

Harmon Coal Co 

Reynolds Mining Co 

Virginia-Poca. Coal Co. 



Virginia-Poca 
Virginia-Poca 
Virginia-Poca 
Virginia-Poca. 
Virginia-Poca. 



Coal 
Coal 
Coal 
Coal 
Coal 



Co.. 
Co.. 
Co.. 
Co- 
Co.. 



War Creek Coal Co. 

Excelsior Poca. Coal Co 

Buckhannon Coal Co 

Vaughn Coal & Coke Co 

Flanagan Coal Co 

Premier-Poca. Colls. Co 

Big Sandy Coal & C. Co 

Big Sandy Coal & C. Co 

Twin Branch .Mining Co 

Maher Coal & Coke Co 

J. B. B. Collieries Co 

J. B. B. Collieries Co 

J. B. B. Collieries Co 

J. B. B. Collieries Co 

J. B. B. Collieries Co 

Superior-Pocahontas C. Co. 
Superior-Pocahontas C. Co. 
Superior-Pocahontas C. Co. 
Superior-Pocahontas C. Co. 

The Pando Coal Co 

The Pando Coal Co.. 

Atlas-Pocahontas C. Co 

Oregon Coal Co 



1054 
1055 
1056 
1057 
105S 
1059 
1060 
1061 
1062 
1063 
1064 
1065 
1066 
1067 
1068 
1069 
1101 

1102 



1104 

1105 

1106 
1107 
1108 
1109 
1110 
1111 
1112 
1113 
1114 
1115 
1116 
1117 
1118 
1119 
1120 
1121 
1122 
1123 
1124 
1125 
1126 
1T27 
1128 
1129 
1130 
1131 
1132 
1133 
1134 
1135 
1136 
1187 
1138 
1139 
1140 



Shamokin 

Norfolk 

Angle- 



rs a 
M 



Post Office 
Address. 



drift 
drift 
drift 

Rolfe drift 

drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 



Zenith No. 1— 
IZenith No. 2... 

Elkhorn 

[Lynchburg 

iPowhatan 

lUpland No. 1— 
I Houston No. 1. 



.Houston No. 2 drift 

drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 



No. 1 

|No. 2 

Turkey Gap. 

|King 

, Mohawk 



..Pocahontas, Va. 
-. Pocahontas, Va. 
.. Pocahontas, Va. 
.. Pocahoi las, Va. 

.. Worth 

.. Worth 

._ Maybeury 

.. Powhatan 

.. Powhatan 

.. Elkhorn 

.. Elkhorn 

.. Elkhorn 

.. Elkhorn 

.jElkhorn 

..jEnnis 

..'Vivian 

..Mohawk 



Berwind Nos. 1&1%— 2 driftsJBerwiad- 

Berwind No. 2 drift — Berwind. 

Berwind No. 3 drift .. Berwind . 



Berwind No. 4 drift .. Berwind 



War Creek 

Scorpion . 

Yukon No. 1 

Dry Fork 

Harmon No. 1 

Reynolds 

No. 1 & 1 West 

No. 2 & 2 West 

Nos. iy 2 & 3 

No. 4 — 

Caretta No. 5 

No. 6 East & West.. 

No. 1 

(0 Excelsior 

Buckhannon 

Vaughan 

Nos. 1 & 2 

Nos. 1, 2 & 3 

Big Sandy 

Marytown 

Twin Branch 

Maher 

J. B. B. No. 1 

J. B. B. No. 2 

.T. B. B. No. 3 

(i) J. B. B. No. 4... 

(i) J. B. B. No. 5 

No. 1 or Blackstone. 
No. 2 or D. Crockett 

No. 4 or Cletus 

No. 3 or Helena 

Pando No. 1 

Pando No. 2 

No. 3 

Imo. Nos. 1 & 2 



drift .. 

drift .- 

drift „ 

drift — 

drift -- 

drift — 

drift .. 

drift — 
2 drifts 

drift -. 

drift -. 

drift .. 

drift .. 

drift „ 

drift .. 

drift .. 

2 drifts 

3 drifts 
drift — 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift .. 
drift — 
drift .. 
'2 drifts 



War 

War 

Yukon 

Yukon 

Yukon 

Lex 

Coalwood 

Coalwood 

Coalwood 

Coalwood 

Coalwood 

Coalwood 

Yukon 

War 

Yukon 

Roderfield 

Welch 

Premier 

Big Sandy 

Big Sandy 

Twin Branch. _ 
Twin Branch- 
Twin Branch.. 
Twin Brpnch— 
Twin Branch.. 
Twin Branch- 
Twin Branch— 

Hallsville 

Hallsville 

Hallsville ^ 

Hallsville 

St. Clairsville. 
St. Clairsville. 

Antler 

Hemphill 



t Eleventh District— William Nichalson, Inspector, H) Idle during year. 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



291 



NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT, NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, SEAMS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMsiElx 

OF INSIDE EMPLOYES 



Name of Superin- 
tendent. 


Name of Mine Pore- 
man. 


Name of 
Coal Bed 
Worked. 


s 

iFt.In 


Kind of 
Ventilation. 


o ■ 

2S 
2 >> 

a o 


1 

o 

55 


T. E. Brazeal 

R. 8. Whitehead 

R. S. Whitehead - 


J. T. Trail 

John Shuffleberger 

W. M. Peorman 

C. W r . Atkinson 

IJ. M. Watt 

J. M. Watt 

IJ. R. Little 

T. Pitzimmons- 

H. J. Reid - 

|J. A. Groutham 

| Chris Kershaw. . - .. 

IG. W. Gay 

J. McCrickard — 

|j. E. Smith... 


-Poca. No. 3 
iPoca. No. 3 
Poca. No. 3 
Poca. No. 3 
iPoca. No. 3 
IPoca. No. 3 
Poca. No. 3 
. Poca. No. £ 
fPoca. No. 3 
Poca. No. 3 
Poca. No. 3 
Poca. No. 3 
Poca. No. 3 
'Poca. No. 3 
Poca. No. 3 
Poca. No. 3 
Welch - — 

Poca. No. 3 

Poca . No . 3 

Poca. No. 3 


| 

8—0- 

j 8—0- 

: 8—0- 

1 6—6— 

4—8— 

4—8— 

7—0— 

I 7—0— 

7—0— 

7—8— 

: 8—0— 

8—0— 

8—0— 

8—0— 

8—6- 

6—0— 

6—0— 

4—0- 

4—0— 

4—2-. 


:fan 

fan 

fan 


350 
515 


659 
660 
661 


J. E. Jones, G. M 

A. D. Rice 

A D Rice .. 


(fan 

fan 


305 
91 


662 
663 
664 


R. S. Ord, G. M. 

L. E. Tierry 

L. E. Tierry.. 

J. J. Lincoln 

Benj. Lewis 

Benj . Lewis 

E. H. Evans 


jfan 

fan 

fan i 

jfan 


190 
190 
175 
210 


665 
666 
667 
666 
669 


fan 

fan 


200 
240 


670 
671 
672 


E. J. McQuail. 

W. C. Easley 

W. T. Heath >rman 

Wm. Barriek 

Wm. Barriek 

Wm. Barriek.. . 


fan 

fan 

fan 

fan — 

fan . 

fan 


305— 
140 
95 

150 

124 

67 


673 


Ed. Nickolson.. 

K. J. Heatherman 


674 
675 

676 


Chas. Horton 

Alex Londen 

John Hurley ... 

Prank Zizemore 

B. C. Cordle 


677 
678 
679 


M. A. Hurley __ 

J. D. Nash 

H. M. Meyers — 


War Creek- 
War Creek- 
War Creek- 
War Creek- 
War Creek- 


4— <>.. 
4—0— 
5—8.. 
6—0— 
4—0.. 
3—6— 
5—6— 
5— 0— 
6— 0— 
6—0.. 
4—6— 
4—0— 
4— 0— 

3-4..I 
3—10- 
4— S— 
4—0.. 
3—7— 
3—9— 
3—6.. 
3—6.. 
3—6— 
3—6— 
3— 6.. 


... 

furnace 

furnace 

furnace 

furnace 

furnace 

furnace 

fan 

fan . 

fan 


4 
38 
31 
36 

14 
14 
93 
58 

77 


680 
681 
682 


W. H. Powell 


683 


H. M. Meyers . 

T. D Knight 


W. T. Brooks 

T. D. Knight 


684 
685 


W. B. Crawford 


Pat Frail 


Welch 

Welch 

Welch 

Welch -. .. 
War Creek. 
Sewell 

War Creek- 
War Cr«ek 
War Creek- 
Welch 

Sewell - 

Welch .. . 

Welch ! 

Welch 1 

Welch 

Welch 

Welch 

Welch 

Welch 


686 


W. B. Crawford 

W B. Crawford 


Smith Foster. _ - . 


687 
688 


W B. Crawford 




689 


W B. Crawford 




fan 

fan 

furnace 

fan 

fan ... . 
natl & furn 

furnace 

fan . 
fan ... 

fan . 

fan 

Fan 

fan 

fan 


59 

28 

7 

9 

35 

22 

78 i 
112 ; 
140 
106 [ 

99 

13 
113 

57 


690 


W. B. Crawford 




691 




W. T. Brooks.. 


692 




C. L. Perkins .. . 


693 




Elihu Doles 


694 


R. M. Peck .. 


John Atoklev .... 
M. J. Finlev 


695 




696 


J. C. Saunders..- 


T. N. Dougherty 

W. A. Lilly 


697 

098 




A. D. Short . 


699 


O. N. Knouff 


C. P. Woody 


700 


<>. \. Knouff 

O. N. Knouff 


Peter Drunna.. 


701 

70? 


0. N. Knouff 




703 


0. N. Knouff 




704 






705 














706 


Geo. Wolfe 


Chas. Rhodes . . 

Chas. Hilton 


Welch .. — 
Welch 

Welch 

Welch 

Welch 

Welch 

Welch 
Welch 


3—6— 
3—0.. 
3—0— 
3—0— 
3— «.. 
3—6.. 
3—0— 
?— 10.1 


Can . _ . 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 


85 
40 
20 
23 


707 


Geo. Wolfe 


708 


Geo. Wolfe 1 


W. H. Baker 

T.amar Epperly 

B. H. Boattv 


709 




710 




711 


Geo. Green ... 

John Menell 

C W . Peters 


W. S. Yost 

W. H. Sheppard 

E. W. Price — 


Ean 

Ean 

Ean — . 


94 

40 

165 


712 
713 
714 














Annual Repoet of 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINES IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 80TH, 1910. 







Name oi 


Company. 


c 


Name of MiDe. 


of 

ening. 


Post Office 
Address. 










a 




73 a 




6 

S5 


5 






CO 




.SO 
M 





715 
716 
717 
718 
719 
720 



Mr I. i i.|i C'nnnl y — Con'i 

Elev 'thiOregon Coal Co 

Elev 'tli'Poca. Smokeless Coal Co — 
Elev 'th Jed Coal & Coke Co 

Kiev th VY. Va. -Pocahontas C. Co._. 



1141 
1142 
1143 
1144 



Elev th W. Va. -Pocahontas C. Co. 1145 

Kiev th United States C. & C. Co 1146 



721 Elev 
72-2 Elev 

723 i Elev 

724 Elev 



725 
726 
727 
728 
729 
730 

781 
732 
733 

7-' : :4 
735 
7:* 
737 
738 
739 
740 
741 
742 
743 
744 
745 
746 
747 
748 
749 
750 
751 
752 
753 
754 
755 
756 
757 

75a 

759 

760 



761 
762 
763 
764 
765 



766 
7*17 
768 
76B 



Elev 
Elev 
Elev 

Elev 
Elev 
Elev 



'th United 
'th United 
'th United 
'th United 
'th United 
"th United 
'th! United 



Elev .th 
Kiev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Kiev 'th 
Kiev 'th 
Kiev "th 
Kiev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Kiev 'th 
Kiev 'tli 
Kiev "th 
Kiev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
K1''V 'th 
Kiev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Kiev 'th 
Kiev 'th 
Elev 'th 

Kiev 'th 
Kiev 'th 
Elev 'th 
Kiev 'tli 
Kiev 'th 
Kiev 'th 



(Twelfth 
Twelfth 
Twelfth 

Twelfth 
T-welfth 



United 
United 
United 



States 

States 

States 

States 

States 

States 

States 

States 

States C 

States C 



& C. Co 1147 

& C. Co 1148 

& C. CO 11419 

& C. Co 1150 

& C. Co 1151 

& C. Co '1152 

& C. Co 11.153 

& C. Co ur.4 

& C. Co 1155 

& C. Co 1156 



United States C. & C. Co '1157 

Central-Poeahontas C. Co 1158 

Black Wolf C. & C. Co 1159 

Page Coal & Coke Co 11160 

Page Coal & Coke Co 1161 

Page Coal & Coke Co '1162 

Welch Coal & Coke Co '1163 

Hemphill Colliery Co '1164 

Middle States C. & C. Co 1105 

Dixon Poca. Fuel Co 1166 

Dixon Poea. Fuel Co 1167 

Cirrus Coal & Coke Co 1168 

Cirrus Coal & Coke Co 1168 

Virginia Fuel Co 1169 

The Tidewater C. & C. Co 1170 

Bottom Creek C. & C.Co 1171 

Bottom Creek C. & C. Co 1172 

Peerless Coal & Coke Co 1173 

The Empire Coal & C. Co 1174 

Shawnee Coal & Coke Co 1175 

Eureka Coal & Coke Co 1176 

Pulaski Iron Co [1177 

Pulaski Iron Co _Jll78 

Kovstone Coal & Coke Co 1179 

Kevstone Coal & Coke Co 1180 

Flat Top Coal Mining Co 1181 

Hurricane Branch Coal Co 1182 

Btandard-Pocahontas Co 1183 

Henrietta Coal Co list 

[mperlal-Poca. Coal Co 1185 

LINCOLN COUNTY. 

Branchland Coal Co 1201 

Kenciva Coal Mining Co 1202 

Kenova Coal Mining Co L20S 

kVnova Coal Mining Co l"iM 

Ouvan River Coal Co 1206 



I <K!AN COUNTY. 

Twelfth (b)Black Hawk Coal Co 1206 

Twelfth si,,nc Branch Coal Co 1207 

Twelfth (c)Guyandotte Coal Oo 1206 

Twelfth K. R. Johnson Coal Min- 
im,' Co 1209 

Twelfth Draper Coal & Coke Co 1210 



McClaren — .' drift ..IHemphilL 

Pocahontas Smokeles drift -JWelch 

Jed shaft --|Jcd 

Leckie No. 1 drift __ Leckie 

Leckie No. 2 drift -- Leckie 

No. 1 ■ ' shaft ._ Wilcoe 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
[No. 
Na. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



2 . drift .. Gary.. 

3 drift .. Gary.. 

4 drift .- Jarrid. 

5 drift -_ Jared— 

6 drift — Gary-. 

7 drift — Elbert- 

8— A & C 2 drifts Elbert. 

9— E & W 2 drifts Elbert- 

10 drift -- Jared.. 

11 . drift -.iGarv-. 



! No. 12 drift 

An a wait drift 

[No. 4 drift 

No. 2 drift 

No. 1 'drift 

No. 3 'drift 

Welch Jdrift 

Hemphill 'drift 

Helena or No. 11 'diift 

North Side No. 29 'shaft - 

South Side No. 30 shaft 

Cirrus No. 1 slope- 
Cirrus No. 2 slope. 

Virginia slope- 
Tidewater drift 

Bottom Creek No. 1- drift 
Bottom Creek No. 2_ , drift 

Peerless drift 

Empire I drift 

Shawnee drift 

Eureka [drift 

Pulaski No. l drift 

Pulaski No. 2 'drift 

No. 1 [drift 

No. 2 - drift 

Thomas drift 

Huffer-- ---'drift 

drift 
drift 
drift 



Standard 

Henrietta 

Avondale No. 



Branchland 

(i) Coaling Station--. 

Kenova 

Rochester 

Guyan 



Black Hawk 

stone Branch 

Big ( reek or Guyan- 
dotte 



Johnson. 



. Anawalt 

. Anawalt. 

. Dearing 

-Pageton 

-Pageton 

-I Pageton 

_ Welch 

.Welch 

.Olmsted 

-Olmsted 

-jOlmsted 

-Big Four 

.[Big Four 

-JBig Four 

_ I Vivian 

- 1 Vivian 

.jVivian 

-iVivian 

. Landgraff 

_ Kekinan.-. 

-j Powhatan 

.lEckman 

. Eckman 

_ Keystone 

. Keystone 

. Knglish 

- lex 

- Welch 

. Pocahontas, Va. 
_ Avondale 



drift -JBranchfleld- 

drift -- Branchland- 

drift .. Branchland. 

drift .-- Branchland. 

drift -- Branehfleld. 



drift .. Big Creek 

drift -- Stone Branch- 



drift .. Branehfiek'- 



_. drift -- Logan- 



Draper . drift --! Logan. 



+ Twelfth District— Patrick A. Grady, Inspector, (hi Formerly Prudential Coal and 
Mining Oo. (c) Formerly Big Creek Coal Oo. (i) Idle during year. 



1910] 



Depabtment of Mines. 



293 



NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT, NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, 8E&MS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMBER 

OF INSIDE EMPLOYES. 



Name of Superin- 


Name 


of Mine Fore- 


Name of 
Coal Bed 
Worked. 


3J 


a 
o 






tendent. 




man. 


a 

M 
a 

'B 
Eh 


03 
"MS 


a o 

aS 
o« 












Ft. In. 


M 


EH 


!2! 



C. W. Peters . 


E. W. Price 

J. H. Taylor- . 

D. A. Clark 

IK. C. Brent 

John White 

Dan Kearns.- . _ ... _. 

jM. P. Brady . 

'Arch Morris_. _ 

'j. S. Griffith 

Thos. MeFarland- . - 

A. G. Hahn 

J. W. Gates 

C. B. Perdue 

J. V Rhodes 


Welch 


3-10- 
5—6— 
5—6.. 
8—3.. 






715 


0. C. Hoffman 

Wm. Leckle _ — 

W. B. Beale — 

W. B. Beale.. 


Poca No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 


3 


fan 

fan 

fan 


42 

78 
70 


716 

717 
718 
719 


James Horn.. . . 

E. M. Esser ... 

W. A. Wilson 

J. H. Petty 

J. H. Petty 

John Kearns ... 

F. A. Kearns -. 

G. M. Martin 

W. W. Harding 


Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poea No. 
Poca . No . 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca . No . 
Welch - 
Welch 


3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 
i 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 


6—0.. 
4—10. 
6—0— 
7—0- 
6—6- 
7—0— 
6—0— 
7—6— 
4—6— 
5—6— 


far 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan — .. 

fan 

fan . 


12~~ 

197 
174 
169 

93 
243 
176 

90 
201 
145 


"720 
721 
722 
723 
724 
725 
726 
727 
728 
729 


I. H. Dunn 


G. W. Hawthorn 

W. D. Mosely 

G. I. Farrell - . 

Arthur Sturm _. 

H. T. Hanna . 

J. A. Gillimore 

J. A. Gillimore 

L. A. Cunningham ... 

Wm. Spicer 

D. E. Evans 

Wm. Dixon. _. 

Daniel Parker _ 

Dill Gregory 

John Cofleld 

Flovd Perdue 

F. L. Booth . 

John Maurice — - .. 

J. O. Smith - 

T. R. Barrett 

M. A. Sexton .. 

J. K. Whitehead 

J. M. Shank 

J. M. Shank 

G. B. Smith . 




H. T. Graham 

H. M. Wetzel 

E. C. Berkeley 

Samuel Evans - 

Samuel Evans 

Samuel Evans 

F. J. Baxter.. 

F. J. Baxter 


5—0- 
8—3— 
8—0— 
6—6— 
7-0- 
7—0— 
7—0- 
4—0— 
4—0— 
5-8- 
5—0- 
5-0- 
5—8- 
4—0— 
5-0- 
6-0- 
5—9- 


fan 

fan 

furnace 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan __ ... 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 


218 
182 

35 

74 

57 
173 

49~~ 

28 
144 

51 

37 
101 


730 
731 
732 
733 
734 
735 
736 
737 
738 


Harry Olmsted -- 

Wm. Brown... . 


Poea. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poea . No . 


! 

4 
4 
3 

I 
3 
3 


739 
740 
741 


J. A. Cosgrove. 

J. A. Cosgrove - 

J. A. Staton 

W. C. Easley 

G. S. Patterson 

G S. Patterson 


74a 

743 


fan 

fan . 

fan . .. 


25 
142 
223 


744 
745 
746 
747 


B. Y. Luther. _ 

W. D. Ord 

Morris Watts 


Poea. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca. No. 
Poca . No . 

Poca. No. 


3 

3 
3 

3 

3 


6—6— 
5—10- 
6—9— 
7-^0- 
6—8— 

6-0- 


fan 

fan — . ... 

fan 

fan 

fan ... 

fan .„ — 


168 
303 
109 
175 
325 

160 


748 
749 
750 
751 


P. Johnson 

P. Johnson 

J. K. E. Steele 

J. K. E. Steele 


752 
753 
754 
755 


A. E. Jones 

J. E. Hufford 

J. N. Vest 


G. L. Smith 

John Hufford 

A. C. Litz 


War Creek. 
Poca. No. 4 
Poca. No. 3 
Sewell . ... 


4—6.. 
3—0— 


fan .. 

furnace 


26 
13 


756 
757 
758 


W. R. Graham 


-. - 
3—4— 


furnace 


22 


759 




J. E. Jones . — 

V. A. Johnson.. . 

I. B. Mallet—. — 


Welch 




3—9- 
7—0- 


furnace 

fan 


12 
53 


760 




Stockton - 


-- 


761 




7691 


G. A. Blowers 


Up. Fr'pt- 




5—6— 


furnace 


16 


763 
764 








4 — 6 




11 


76"i 


A. D. Cronin 

R. W. Liddle 

Hardin Poirier 


1 

A. C. Stover 

Geo. Castle.. . --. 

T. W. Murphy 


No. 2 Gas 

Winifrede 
No. 2 Gas 




4 — 4 

4-6.. 
4—6- 


furnace 

fan & furn 
furnace 


36 
76 
55 


766 
767 
768 


D. R. Phillips 

R. M. Wilson.. 


James Brown 

Wm. Wilson 


Winifrede 
Winifrede 


- 


3—8— 
4—2 


fan 

fan 


26 
57 


769 
770 



294 



Annual Repobt of 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINES IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE SOTH, 1910. 



Name of Company. 



Name of Mine. 



•a a 
M 



Post Office 
Address. 



771 

772 

773 ! 

774, ! 

775 

776 

777 

778 I 

779 

780 

789 

782 

783 

784 

785 

789 1 

787 I 

788 j 

789 ! 

790 I 
791 
792 
793 



794 ; 

795 j 

796 I 

797 I 

798 I 

799 : 

800 ! 

801 ; 

802 ; 
803 
804 
806 
80ft 

807 
808 
80!) 

810 
811 I 
812 
813 

Ml 

815 

sir. 

817 

818 

819 
820 
J 21 
822 



r,o."-i" County -Oon't 

Twelfth H. T. Wilson Coal Co 1211 

Twelfth Fort Branch Coal Co 1212 

Twelfth Price Coal Co '1213 

'Twelfth Rex Coal & Coke Co 1214 

TwelfthJThe Logan Coal Co 1215 

Twelfth|The Ethel Coal Co.- 1216 

Twelfth The Ethel Coal Co 1217 

TwelfthiThe Monitor C. & C. Co 1218 

Twelfth The Monitor C. & C. Co 1219 

TwelfthiThe Yuma Coal & C. Co 1220 

TwelfthiThe Gay Coal & Coke Co 1221 

Twelfth Shamrock Coal Co 1222 

Twelfth Cora Coal & Coke Co 1223 

Twelfth United States-Coal & Oil Co .. 1224 
Twelfth United States Coal & Oil Co — 1225 
Twelfth United States Coal & Oil Co — 1226 
Twelfth United States Coal & Oil Co — 1227 
Twelfth United States Coal & Oil Co .. 1228 
Twelfth United States Coal & Oil Co ._ 1229 
Twelfth United States Coal & Oil Co .. 1230 
Twelfth United States Coal & Oil Co .. 1231 
Twelfth United States Coal & Oil Co .. 1232 
Twelfth United States Coal & Oil Co .. 1233 



Twelfth 
Twelfth 
Twelfth 
Twelfth 
Twelfth 
Twelfth 
Twelfth 
Twelfth 
Twelfth 
Twelfth 
Twelfth 
Twelfth 
Twelfth 

Twelfth 

Twelfth 
Twelfth 

Twelfth 
Twelfth 
Twelfth 
Twelfth 
Twelftb 

Twelfth 

Twelfth 

Twelfti 

Twelfth 

Twelfth 
Twelfth 

Twelfth 
Twelfth 



MINGO COUNTY. 

(b)J. R. Shanklin Coal Co 

Naugatuck Coal Co 

Warrield Coal Co 

Lemoin Coal Co 

Chattaroy Colliery Co 

Chattaroy Colliery Co 

The Buffalo Collieries Co.— 
The Buffalo Collieries Co... 

(c)Howard Junior Coal Co. 

Howard Junior Coal Co.— 
The Howard Colliery Co.— 
The Howard Colliery Co... 
(d)Winifredc White Ash C. 

Co. 

W. T. Poole Coal Co 

Williamson Coal & C. Co.. 
(e) Crystal Block O. & O. 

Co. 

White Star Mining Co 

(flGreat Bend Coal Co 

Marvin Coal Co 

Marvin Coal Co 

lied Jacket Cons. Coal & 

Coke Co 

Red Jacket Cons. Coal & 

Coke Co 

Red Jacket Cons. Coal & 

Coke Co.. „ 

Red Jacket Cons. Coal & 

Coke Co 

Red Jacket Cons. Coal & 

Coke Co 

(gOMagnolia C. & C. Co.... 

Magnolia C. & C. Co 

Thacker Ooa & Coke Co. 

Thacker Coal & Coke Co.... 



1234 

1234 a 

1235 

1236 

1237 

1238 

1239 

1240 

1241 

1242 

1243 

1244 

1245 
1246 
1247 

1248 
1249 
1250 
1251 
1252 

1253 

1254 

1255 

1256 

1257 
125S 
1269 
1260 
261 



Wilson 

Fort Branch- 
Price 

Rex 

Logan 

Ethel No. 1 

Ethel No. 2 

Monitor 

Beech wood 

Yuma 

The Gay 

Litz 

Cora 

Island Creek No. 1— . 
Island Creek No. 2__. 
Island Creek No. 3— . 
Island Creek No. 4... 
Island Creek No. 5— 
Island Creek No. 6 — 
Island Creek No. 7— 
Islanu Creek No. 8— . 

Island Creek No. 9 

Island Creek No. 10.. 



Naugatuck.. 
Blockton— 

Warrield 

Lemoin 

Chattaroy.. 

Coalburg 

Buffalo 

Coalburg 

Howard Jr. 
Coalburg — 

Howard 

Coalburg 



. drift 
.drift 
.drift 
.'drift 
Jdrift 
Jdrift 
-idrift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
slcpc. 
slope- 
drift 
drift 



drift 
drift 
shaft 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 



Winifrede White Ash. 

No. 1 

No. 3 



Rowl Nos. 1&2.. 

Vliite Star 

Belvedere 

Marvin No. 1— 
Marvin No. 2... 

Rutherford 



Red Jacket 

Lick Folk 



Grapevine- 



Logan— 

Mas lolla No. l. 
Magnolia No. 2. 
Thacker No. 2.. 
Thacker No. 3— 



drift 
drift 
drift 

drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 

drift 

drift 

drift 

drift 

drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 
drift 



Logan 

. Fort Branch- 
Ethel 

Ethel. _ 

Ethel 

Ethel 

Ethel 

Logan 

Logan 

Logan 

Logan 

Logan 

Cora 

IHolden 

Holden 

Holden 

Holden 

[Holden 

'Holden 

iHolden 

Holden 

Holden 

. Holden 



Blockton 

Blockton 

Kermit 

Hatfield 

jChattaroy.. 
'Chattaroy.. 
IChattaroy— 
iChattaroy.. 
Chattaroy-- 
Chattaroy— 
Chattaroy— 
Chattaroy— 



Goodman... 
Williamson- 
Williamson. 



Rawl 

Merrimac 

Red Jacket- 
Red Jacket- 
Red Jacket- 



Red Jacket 

Red Jacket 

Red Jacket 

Red Jacket 



.Red Jacket. 

. Matewan 

.Matewan 

.Thacker 

.Thacker 



•Twelfth District— Patrick A Grady, Inspector, (b) Formerly Naugatuck Coal .Oq. 
(c) Formerly Lingohocken Coal Co. (d) Formerly Winifrede Cons. Coal Co. 
(ej Formerly Rawl Coal & Coke Co. (f) Formerly Belvedere Gas Coal Co. (g) For- 
merly Mate Creek Coal & Coke Co. 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



295 



NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT, NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, xElMS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMBER 

OF INSIDE EMPLOYES. 



Name of Superin- 
tendent. 



Name of Mine Fore- 
man. 






Ft. Id. 






a o 



R. M. Wilson B. B. Wilson. 

I. E. Cooper James Spilar. 

C. E. Price J. R. Price.. . 

J. P. Small— [G. H. Bolen. 



J. P. Small 

W. H. Walter— 

W. H. Walter 

J. E. Barlow 

J. E. Barlow 

C. K. Robertson.. 

H. S. Gay 

C. R. Beech.. 

O. W. Jones 

Paul Hardy 

Paul Hardy 

Paul Hardy 

Paul Hardy 

Paul Hardy 

Paul Hardy 

Paul Hardy 

Paul Hardy 

Paul Hardy 

Paul Hardy 



S. W. 
S. W. 
B. D. 
J. W. 
O. E. 
O. E. 
S. V. 
S. V. 
W. S. 

w. s. 
w. s. 
w. s. 



H. C. Roskey... 
A. O. Cooper... 
A. O. Cooper 

E. M. Stephus.. 
R. B. Barlow— 
W. L. Stevens.. 
Fred Kellerman. 

F. M. Cook 

H. H. Taylor 

James Snyder... 

Chas. Vickers 

M. T. Swetnam. 
J. C. Thomas— 

W.- B. Sims 

W. B. Sims 

Edw. Cockburn. 
Edw. Cockburn. 
Edw. Cockburn. 
Fdw. Cockburn. 



Perry . L. J. Blankenship. 

Perry . L. J. Blankenship. 

Pinson 

Malsby 

Tabor 

Tabor 

Preston 

Preston 

Estler 

Estler 

Fstler 

Estler 



O. B. Gould 

W. T. Poolei 

L. B. Ramsey 



T. F. Collins— 
S. M. Walton.. 

J. M. Hicks 

J. M. Hicks 

J. M. Hicks 



W. A. Wilson— 
W. A. Wilson— 
W. A. Wilson— 
W. A. Wilson.. 



Winifrede . 
No. 2 Gas. 
Winifrede . 
Winifrede - 
Winifrede _ 
No. 2 Gas- 
No. 2 Gas. 
W in i freed . 



Winifrede . 
Winifrede . 
No. 2 Gas. 
Winifrede . 
No. 2 Gas. 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



Gas. 
Gas. 
Gas. 
Gas. 
Gas. 
Gas. 
Gas. 
Gas. 
Gas. 



5—0. 

4—8. 
5—0. 
5—1. 
9-0. 
5—2- 
5—2. 
7—0. 



jfan 

fan 

fan 

Jfan 

Ifan 

fan 

furnace, 
fan 



Coalburg _ 
Coalburg . 
Lo. Kit'g. 

Winifrede 
Winifrede 
Coalburg . 



J. F. Bo wen 
T. F. Smith. 
A. M. Tabor 
A. M. Tabor 

James Nesbit [Winifrede 

F. R. Kitchen Coalburg 

E. B. Varney Winifrede 

R. G. Clayton Coalburg 

R. G. Clayton jwinifrede 

John Kidwell Coalburg 



C. P. Anderson. 

B. Price 

J. T. Stevens— 



T. F. Collins 

James Collins 

Geo. Whitten 

L. A. Hows 

W. H. Ardees 



H. C. Boyd_. 
Geo. Boyd—. 



Watt Stevens- 
Floyd Atkins- 



W. A. Wilson 

Ohas. Walton 

Hock Bishop 

P. P. Kerr 

P. P. Kerr 



Winifrede __ 
M. Kit'g— 
Winifrede _J 

Lo. Kit'g 

Lo. Kit'g 

Brownstown 
Brownstown 
111 acker __ 

Thacker ... 

Thacker ... 

Thacker ... ' 

Thacker 



6—6. 
5—6. 
6—3. 
6—0. 
6— 6. 
6—6. 
6—6. 
&-€. 
6-6. 
6—6. 
6—6. 
6—6. 
4—0. 
4—0. 



5— 0_. 
5— 0-. 
4—4-. 
4—6.. 
5— 6_. 
5— 0-. 
4—4.. 
5-0.. 
5 — 6_. 
5—0.. 
6— OL. 
5—6.. 

5-6.. 
4—4.. 
5—8- 

3—8- 
3— 4_. 
3— 6L. 
3— «.. 



Geo. Boyd .Thacker 

N. Muller Thacker 

Robert Mullins Thacker 

Chas. Sigman Thacker 

C. H. Rucker ! Thacker 



4—6.. 

4—3.. 

6— 0_. 

6—6.. 

6—6- 
4— 8L. 
4—8.. 
6—0- 

! e— 0.. 



fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

tan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

fan 

furnace. 
furnace. 



fan 

fan 

furnace— 
furnace- 
fan 

furnace.. 

fan 

furnace- 
fan 

furnace- 
fan 

fan 



fan 

furnace- . 
furnace.. 



fan 
fan 



fan 

f urn ace. 



fan 

fan 

furnace- 
furnace 

natural... 
furnace- 
furnace— 

fan 

fan 



66 

58 

33 

61 

260 

216 

84 

101 

133 



92 

"of 

Us 



77 
27 

74 

13 
24 
10 
66 



92 
60 



19 
239 



771 
772 
773 
774 
775 
776 
777 
778 
779 
780 
781 
782 
783 
784 
785 
786 
787 
788 
789 
790 
791 
792 
793 



794 
795 
796 
797 
798 
790 
800 
801 
802 
803 
804 
805 

806 
807 



809 
810 
811 
812 
813 

814 

815 

816 

817 

818 
819 
820 
821 

822 



296 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



DIRECTORY OF THE MINES IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE SOTH, 1910. 



Name of Company. 



Name of Mine. 



°i 

■a & 
M 



Post Office 

Address. 



823 
824 
£29 
tT6 
827 
S28 
829 
830 
831 
832 
833 
834 
835 
836 
837 
SS8 
839 



Mi mm County— Con't 

Twelfth ^hacker Coal & Coke Co .120? 

Twelft 1 Thacker Coal & Coke Co ili-63 

Twelfth Thaeker Coal & Coke Co -1204 

Twelfth Thaeker Coal & Coke Co L65 

Twelfth Thicker Coal & Coke Co 112.66 

Twelfth Thacker Coal & Coke Co 1267 

Twelfth Thaeker Coal & Coke Co 1268 

Twelfth Thacker Coal & Coke Co |1269 

TwelfthGlen Alum Coal Co 1270 

Twelfth Glen Alum Coal Co.. -.11271 

TwelfthGlen Alum Coal Co 1272 

Twelfth War Eagle Coal Co 1273 

Twelfth War Eagle Coal Co. ,1-274 

Twelfth Margaret Mining Co 1275 

Twelfth (h)Mary Helen Coal Co 1276 

Twelfth Red Jacket Jr. Coal Co 1277 

Twelfth Red Jacket Jr. Coal Co 1278 



Thacker No. 6. drift 

Thacker No. 7 drift 

Thaeker No 9 drift 

Thacker No. 10 drift 

(j) Thacker No. 11 diift 

(J) Thaeker No. 12 'drift 

(J) Thacker No. 13.. 'drift 
(J) Thacker No. 14— 'drift 

No. 1 — drift 

No. 2— drift 

No. 3 drift 

Pappoose drift 

Mephisto drift 

Margaret drift 

Mary Helen drift 

Re, Jacket, Jr. No. Idrift 
Red Jacket, Jr. No. drift 



.. Thacker 

.. Thacker 

.. Thaeker 

.. Thacker 

._ Thacker 

.. Thacker 

._ Thacker 

.. Thacker 

-. Glen Alum— 
.- Glen Alum.. 
.. Glen Alum.. 
.. War Eagle.. 
.. War Eagle.. 
.. War Eagle.. 
.. Chattaroy— 
.- Red Jacket. 
.. Red Jacket- 



WAYNE COUNTY. 
Twelfth East Lynn Coal Co '1279 No. 1 Idrift —East Lynn— 



* Twelfth District— Patrick A. Grady, Inspector, 
(j ) Just being developed . 



(h) Formerly Lemoin Coal Oo. 



1910] 



Depabtment of Mines. 



297 



NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT, NAME OF MINE FOREMAN, SEAMS 

WORKED AND THICKNESS, AND TOTAL NUMBER 

OF INSIDE EMPLOYES. 



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824 


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82b 


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W. H. Sebastian 


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61 


826 


James Collins. 


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827 


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828 


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James Gent 


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5-0— 


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831 


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Frank McCloskey 


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263 


832 


E. C. Lambert . 


James Gent 


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833 


G. W. Coffey. 


J. K. Coffey 


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46 


834 


G. W. Coffey. .. .. 


J. A. Ernest 


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53 


835 


T. A. Shewey 


J. H. Erumfleld. 


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52 


836 


S. V. Preston 


Geo. Wilbourn - 


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4—4-- 


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55 


83-7 


W. A. Wilson 


H. C. Boyd 


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4—8— 


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35 


838 


W. A. Wilson 


H. C. Boyd 


Thacker ... 


4—8- 


furnace 





839 


Okey Lyod 


Okey Lyod 


Winifrede — 


B— 2— 


furnace 


51 


340 



ACCIDENTS. 



1910] 



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[W. Va. 



FATAL ACCIDENTS INSIDE AND OUTSIDE FROM 1888 TO 1892 

INCLUSIVE. 



INSIDE. 



CAUSES. 



Totals. 



OUTSIDE . 



Falls of coal, slate £>nd roof 

Mine cars 

Explosions of gas 

Explosions of powder, dust and blasts. 

Locomotives 

Miscellaneous 



19 20 44 31 11 '24 29 35 213 100.00 



67.14 
6.57 

22.07 
1.87 



2.36 



CAUSES. 



Cars 

Locomotives _— 

Miscellaneous -- 



Totals- 



3 1 — — 

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- 2.J 1 



31 41 — I 2 3 7 1211100.00 



9 42.86 
2 9.52 
10 47.62 



*The accidents are for the 18 months from January 1st, 1887 to June 30, 1888. 
t Accidents reported for 2d District only. 

FATAL ACCIDENTS, INSIDE AND OUTSIDE, FROM 1893 TO 1902 IN- 
CLUSIVE. 

INSIDE. 



CAUSES. 



Falls of coal, roof and slate 

Mine cars 

Explosions of gas 

Explosions of powder, dust and shots. 

Mules 

Mine machines . 

Motors . 

Locomotives 

Miscellaneous 



Totals 



1 — 

2 5 



E 03 



67 04 

?.! 

1 4 



60 76 79 133 121 



110 838 



71.12 

9.07 

7.28 

7.16 

.24 

.24 

.12 

.84 

3.93 



100.00 



OUTSIDE. 



CAUSES. 



Cars 

Machinery 

Boiler Explosions 

Locomotives 

Miscellaneous 

Totals 



3 5 

i 



5 14 7 






82.86 
2.86 
1.42 
2.86 

10.00 



9 10 70 100.00 



1910] 



Depabtment of Mines. 



305 



FATAL ACCIDENTS INSIDE AND OUTSIDE 1903 TO 1910, INCLUSIVE. 

INSIDE. 



CAUSES. 






Falls of coal, roof and slate 

Mine cars 

Explosions of gas 

Explosions of gas and dust 

Explosions of dust, powder and shots 

Mules 

Mine machines .- 

Motors 

Locomotives 

Miscellaneous 



Totals 147 123 1 176 250' 324] 999 340 307 2,266 100.00 



1- 
13 i 27 



2191 1,048 
44 181 
67 

124 



5 
48 
5 

118 



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7.99 

2.96 

5.47 

29.22 

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.22 

2.12 

.22 

5.21 



OUTSIDE . 



CAUSES. 



Cars 

Machinery ... 
Locomotives . 
Miscellaneous 



Totals- 



10 18 

1 

1 
7 13 

18 32 



24 



52.50 
3.75 
3.75 

40.00 

100.00 



306 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER OF PERSONS KILLED INSIDE, PER 
1,000 INSIDE EMPLOYES IN COAL MINES IN THE STATES OF 
PENNSYLVANIA, ILLINOIS, OHIO AND WEST VIRGINIA, FOR THE 
YEAR .1909. 



STATE. 


Total Number 
of inside 
Employes . 


Total Number 

of inside fatal 

accidents. 


No. of lives 
lost per 1,000 
inside Em- 
ployes. 




123,272 

152,424 

66,374 

42, 483 

51)567 


490 
475 
199 
110 
340 


3.98 




3.12 
3.00 
2.60 
6.72 


Illinois - - — — - 

Ohio -- 





TEAR 1910. 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



54,680 



3.07 



5.61 



LIVES LOST INSIDE, NO. OF INSIDE EMPLOYES AND TONNAGE 
MINED FOR EACH LIFE LOST INSIDE FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 
:;0, 1910. 



COUNTY. 


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4 


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Tons of Coal 

produced per 

each life lost 

inside of mine. 


Tons of Coal Total 
produced per tons of 
each iuside Coal 
Employes . Produced . 


Total 

inside 

Employes. 


Brooke _ 


5.41 


108,415 


586 433 fifiO 


740 


Hancock 


961 
1,179 
1,310 

855 
1,066 

653 

774 

1 fl70 


75,884 

4,210,622 

475,434 

252,975 

3,708,123 

20,906 

70,396 

895,427 

414,992 

l <m 009 


79 


Marion . .. 


15 
3 
3 

11 


4.20 

8.26 

10.14 

3.16 


280,708 

158,478 

84,325 

337,102 


3,569 
363 


Marshall 


Ohio 


296 


Harrison . 

Lewis -~ ... _ 


3,481 
32 


Upshur 


1 
S 

4 
5 

4 


10.9S 
6.02 

10.81 
4.05 

7.42 


70,396 
179 085 


91 


Barbour . 


830 


Monongalia .. . 
Preston 


103 '748 1*122 
206,780' 836 


370 

1,236 

539 


Tavlor 




Grant ... 




853 917 400 


Mineral . . 








1,021 

1,287 

1,008 

1,111 

566 

470 

618 

454 

842 

890 

665 

447 

339 

867 

925 

1,040 

615 

1,266 

1,068 




Randolph 


1. 7.35 
4 3.73 


175,073 
270,092 


700,290 

1,080,367 

114,422 

32,255 

145,189 

458,229 

36,306 

9,389,578 

5,754,378 

50,566 

59,445 

21,688 

2,547,721 

2,542,867 

12,1S9,200 

49,237 

2,213,372 

2.045.420 


544 

1,072 

103 


Braxton 






Gilmer 

Mason 


2 


85.09 


16,127 


57 
309 


Putnam 


3 


4.05 


152,743 


741 


Clay 


80 




60 
24 


5.38 

3.74 


156,493 
230,766 


11,140 


Kanawha 

Boone 

Nicholas 


6,425 
76 
133 
64 




19 6.47 
14 5.09 


134,091 
181,633 
119,502 


2,938 
2,748 




102 


8.70 


11,713 




80 


Logan 


7 
13 


4.00 
6.79 


316,196 

157.340 


1,748 
1,919 




680 41 ,'464 


61 


For the State 


307 


5.61 


171,738 


9641 62,723,708 


64,680 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



307 



TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER KILLED INSIDE OF THE MINES 
BY FALLS PER EACH 1,000 PERSONS EMPLOYED INSIDE OF THE 
MINES IN THE STATES OF OHIO, ILLINOIS, PENNSYLVANIA AND 
WEST ylRGlNIA FROM 1897 TO 1909, INCLUSIVE. 





Rat 


o Killed by Falls of Coal. Siate and Roof pe 
Inside Employes. 


•1,000 


TEARS . 


Ohio. 


Illinois. 


Pennsylvania. 






Bituminous Anthracite 
Mines. Mines. 


West Virginia. 


1897 


1.07 
1.47 
1.52 
1.52 
1.38 
1.59 
2.13 
2.26 
1.98 
1.91 
2.25 
1.43 
1.64 


1.52 
1.36 
1.54 
1.44 
1.43 
1.42 
1.65 
1.32 
1.49 
1.49 
1.23 


1.50 2.13 
1.92 ! 2.04 
2.28 2.45 
1.79 1.86 
1.95 2.29 
2.02 1.18 
1.92 2.09 
1.83 2.16 
2.19 2.53 
2.15 1.86 
2.04 2.37 


2.75 


1898 — 


3.60 


1899 ._ 


3.26 


1900 . .. 


2.79 


1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 


2.95 
2.90 
3.15 
2.61 


1905 


2.62 


1906 

1907 - 


2.42 
3.15 


1908 


1.41 


1.71 2.28 


3.16 


1909 . 


1.27 


1.91 2.06 


2.84 










*6Averagres — 


1.70 


1.41 


1.94 


2.10 


21.94 
3.93 



DETAILS OP LIVES LOST PER TON OP PRODUCTION. 

Number of Mines where fatal accidents occurred 216 

Number of lives lost 320 

Number of Mines where fatal accidents occurred inside 195 

Number of lives lost inside 307 

Number of men employed inside Mines, where fatal accidents occurred inside 25,554 

dumber of tons of Coal produced where fatal accidents occurred inside 24,602,612 

Tons of Coal produced per each life lost, where fatal accidents occurred inside.- 80,139 

Tons of Coal produced per each life lost in State, all mines and tonnage included 171,738 



308 



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NATIONALITIES 



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Coralison 

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Cuban 

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German 

Granish 

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Horwatt 

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18 years or younger 

19 years or younger. 

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45 to 50 including 50 
50 to 55 including 55 
55 to 60 including 60 
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65 to 70 including 70 
70 to 76 including 
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TABLE SHOWING THE CAUSES OF FATAL AND NON-FATAL AC- 
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FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1910. 



CAUSES. 



Fall of Slate 

Mine Cars (Inside) 

Mine Cars (Outside) 

Fall of Coal 

Electricity 

Electric Motor 

Pell down Shaft 

Mine Cage 

Larry 

Monitor 

Gas Explosion 

Flying Coal 

Explosion of Dynamite Caps.. 

Locomotive 

Scalded by &team 

Premature Explosion 

Blown-outt Shot 

Animals 

Railroad Cars 

Explosion of Pawder 

Mining Machv.iery 

Mine Pump 

Fan 



Fatal. 



183 

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Miscellaneous (Outside) 



Totals. 



320 



Non- 
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342 

240 

20 

119 

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Per 


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525 


41.60 


284 


22.50 


22 


1.74 


151 


11.97 


19 


1.50 


48 


3.80 


4 


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7 


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16 


5 


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9 


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14 


1.11 


17 


1.35 


14 


1.11 


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27 


2.14 


24 


1.90 


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1 


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23 


1.82 


32 


2.54 


1,262 


100.00 



TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER OF FATAL AND NON-FATAL AC- 
CIDENTS, INSIDE AND OUTSIDE, AND NUMBER OF 
PERSONS KILLED AND INJURED— 1910. 



Fatal Accidents. 






Number of 
Accidents. 


Number of 
Persons Killed. 


Inside - - - 


290 
12 


307 
13 




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Totals . . 


302 


S20 




\>j>i~Fatal Accidents. 










Number of 
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Number of 
Persons 
Injured. 




835 
80 


855 






87 









Totals -... 


915 


942 



1910] 



Department op Mines. 



313 



ACCIDENTS TABULATED ACCORDING TO THE DAYS OF THE WEEK 
ON WHICH THEY OCCURRED— 1910. 



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LIST OF ACCIDENTS IN WHICH MORE THAN ONE PERSON WAS 

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COUNTY. 




DATE 

OF 

ACCIDENT. 



Gilmer Gilmer August 20, 1909 

Fayette aMinden No. 3 August 7, 1909 

Fayette Edgewater No. 2 August 25, 1909 

Fayette Lynchburg February 23, 1910-- 

Kanawha Kelly's Creek No. 3 September 10, 1909.. 

Kanawha United Splint December 2, 1909... 

Raleigh Eccles No. 1 February 15, 1910 

McDowell V.-P. C. & C. No. 2 November 11, 1909.. 

McDowell U. S. C. C. C. No. 11. December 9, 1909—. 

McDowell bShawnee April 11, 1910 

Mingo Glen Alum No. 1 October 19, 1909 

Total I 



No. of 

Persons 
Killed. 



CAUSE. 



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2 Fall of Slate. 
2 Fall of Slate. 
2 Boiler Explosion , 
2 Fall of Slate. 
2! Fall of Slate. 
2 Fall of Slate. 
2 Fall of Slate. 

2 Explosion of 

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3 Fall of Slate. - 
2 Fall of Slate. 



23 



aln this accident f.ne man was non-fatally injured by Fall of Slate, 
bin this accident ■ ne man was non-fatal]/ injured by Fall of Slate. 



314 



Annual Report of 



[W. Va. 



FATAL AND NON-FATAL ACCIDENTS TABULATED ACCORDING TO 
COUNTIES IN WHICH THEY OCCURRED.— 1910. 







Non- 




COUNTY. 


Fatal. 


Fatal. 


Totals. 


Brooke . __ 


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5 


Hancock . ... . 




1 


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Marion ... .. . 


15 


66 


81 


Marshall _ 


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7 


10 


Ohio 


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1 


4 


Harrison . . 


11 


60 


71 


Upshur _ . ... 


1 


1 


2 


Barbour . .. _ _ 


5 


16 


21 


Monongalia ... . . . 


5 


14 


19 


Preston -- ___ .. . . 


6 


20 


26 




4 


7 


11 


Grant . . _-_-.. 




3 
11 


3 


Randolph _ ... 


4 


15 


Tucker .... . . 


5 
2 


34 


39 


Gilmer .. . . 


2 


Braxton . ... ... 


2 


2 


Putnam .. . 


3 
65 


2 
214 


5 


Fayette . _ .. ..... . ._ . 


279 


Kanawha _- . . ... ._ . 


26 


70 


96 


Nicholas _ - - -_ 




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20 


82 


102 


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53 


67 




102 
7 
14 


247 

7 

20 


349 
14 
34 


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320 


942 


1262 



FATAL AND NON-FATAL ACCIDENTS TABULATED ACCORDING TO 
DISTRICTS IN WHICH THEY OCCURRED— 1910. 



DISTRICT. 

First 

Second 

Third 

Fourth 

Fifth 

Sixth 

Seventh 

Eighth 

Ninth 

Tenth 

Eleventh 

Twelfth 

Totals. 



Fatal. 



Non- 
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75 
61 
57 
48 
25 
44 
40 
97 
159 
130 
170 
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Totals. 



101 
73 
77 
57 
39 
61 
67 
125 
198 
176 
240 
48 



1910] 



Department of Mines. 



315 



"RELATION OF THE USE OF POWDER TO MINE ACCIDENTS:' 
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1893-1897 ' 94,658,388 

1898-1902 ' 123,844,292 

1903-1907 I 193,332,873 

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1909 49,163,710 



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2,925 


219 


3,334 


384 


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1.107 


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406,259 
565,499 
508,679 
659,009 
733,787 



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1893-1897 
1898-1902 
1903-1907 

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1909 __. 



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65,783,625 
93,644,275 
134,571,182 
26,287,800 
27,755,032 




720,674 
609,108 
891,850 
810,669 
973,622 
1,387,752 



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FATAL ACCIDENTS 

For the year ending June 30th, 1910. 



1910] Department of Mines. 355 



BROOKE COUNTY. 

October 19. 1909. — James Belign, miner, 30, Italian, Lewis No. 1 Mine. 
Killed instantly by fall ol" slate. 

November 4, 1909. — John Agustus, Miner 20, Pole, Beech Bottom Mine. 
Electrocuted while getting out of a car and died 20 minutes later.. 

January 20 1910. — John Simgonski, miner, Locust Grove Mine. Neg- 
lected to put up posts as ordered and was killed by fall of draw slate. 

February 19, 1910. — W. T. Gilchrist, Mine Foreman, 38, American. Gil- 
christ Mine. Skull fractured by fall of slate in estry. He died from the 
effects of this injury, on March 6, 1910. 

Jivne 28, 1910. — Laban Farson, Machine man 43, American, Lewis, No. 1 
Mine. He was a machine man and accidently touched a live wire and 
was instantly electrocuted. 

MARION COUNTY. 

July 28, 1909.— John Haddix, Shot firer 37, American, Shaft No. 38 Mine. 
Caught by roof coal and draw slate and instantly killed, while trying to 
knock out a stump of coal. 

August 17, 1909. — Allam Christian, Loader 28, Negro, Federal Mine, was 
fatally injured while going to work on the motor, which ran into a switch, 
a curved rail of which broke, derailing the motor. 

September 18, 1909. — Felix Cortese, Loader 40, Italian, Hutchinson No. 
67 Mine. Seriously injured by fall of slate, while picking down coal. Died 
Novmber 16, 1909. 

October 2, 1909. — John Catana, Driver 19, Slavish, Monongah No. 43 
Mime. He was a driver and failed to turn switch, Car turned into room 
track, crushing him. 
October 13, 1909.— Ubalbo Spolatina, Miner 21, Italian, Chiefton No. 28 
Mine. Back broken by fall of slate. Died the same morning. 

October 27, 1909.— Joe Krall, Driver 20, Austrian, Chatham, No. 1 Mine. 
Injured was riding his trip; fell from trip in some manner arad was run 
over by mine car. 

January 6, 1910. — Joe Faher, Laborer 30, Slavish, Jamison, No. 7 Mine. 
Wi'as a laborer in shaft. Some material fell from side of shaft, breaking 
plank on which he was standing. He fell to bottom of shaft arnd was in- 
stantly killed. 

February 26, 1910.— Paul Mika, Pick Miner 32, Hungarian, Montana No. 
24 Mine. Fall of coal, which was caused by carelessness in not having 
the place properly spragged. 

March 19, 1910.— Stanley Shinski, Driver, 21, Polish, Jamison No. 8 Mine. 
Car which he was driving jumped the track, and he was dragged which 
resulted in compound fracture of leg. He died at the Miners' Hospital at 
Fairmont about a week later, of lock jaw. 

March 29, 1910.— John Count, Driver, 21, Italian, Shaver No. 53 Mine. 
He was driving and the horse refused to stop after Count had put on the 
brake. In trying to cut the horse loose from the car, he fell in front of 
car and was instantlykilled. 



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April 1, 1910. — Koir Yamitosh, Driver, 25, Austrian, Jamison No. 8 Mine. 
Head was caught in between his trip and coal, which resulted in strangula- 
tion. 

May 3, 1910. — John Galko, Pick Miner, 28, Hungarian, Montana No. 24 
Mine. A stump on which he was digging, fell on him, crushing him. He 
died in the Miners' Hospital at Fairmont, at 8 p. m. that evening. 

May 20, 1910. — William Hunt, Driver, 20, American, Monongah No. 43 
Mine. Was thrown from car, which was derailed, in consequence of fast 
driving, against which he had been warned. Head and shoulders mashed, 
resulting in instant death. 

May 31, 1910. — Larry Frazzalara, Driver, 21, Italian, Pennois No. 68 
Mine. He was driving an empty car at a very rapid rate, when the car 
ran over the track at the end and caught him against the face of the coal. 
He died at the Miners' Hospital at Fairmont, at 8 p. m. the same day. 

June 10, 1910. — Edward Brock, Driver, 21, American, Jamison No. 3 
Mine. Was driving horse to loaded coal car, but did not get the car en- 
tirely onto the cage, which rose and crushed him to death. This accident 
was caused by direct disobedience of instructions. 

MARSHALL COUNTY. 

July 21, 1910. -Andy Dominic, Machine helper, 35, German, Hitchman 
Mine. He was shoveling slack from the machine, when coal and stone 
broke from the face and fell on him, causing injuries from which he died, 
23, 1910. 

March 25, 1910. — Daniel O'Donnell, Miner, 61, Irish, Benwood Mine. Ill 
loading his coal out, after it had been cut, by a machine, the prop he had 
set to hold the stone up, fell out, the stone falling on him, carrying him 
to the floor, and crushing him beneath it. 

June 2, 1910. — Pete Chencheck, Laborer, 30, Polish, Hitchman Mine. He 
was run over by coal car and crushed to death. 

OHIO COUNTY. 

October 6, 1909. — Louis Placer, Loader, 37, American, Elm Grove Mine/ 
Took hold of electric wire with both hands and was electrocuted. 

January 18, 1910.— Tom Lengo, Miner, 27, Polish, Elm Grove Mine. Back 
broken by fall of stone. Was removed to the North Wheeling Hospital, 
where he died on January, 26th,1910. 

May 24, 1910. — Mike Home, Miner, 21, Austrian, Elm Grove Mine. Fell 
down and machine passed over him. 

HARRISON COUNTY. 

July 28, 1909. — John Zolo, Miner, 59, Italian. Erie Mine. Run over by 
two empty cars and instantly killed. 

August 31, 1909. — Mike Prendavoy, Miner, 19, Austrian, Two Lick Mine. 
While loading his car, a piece of slate, fell on his car and fell off, strik- 
ing the deceased and injuring him fatally. 



1910] Department of Mines. 357 



September 16, 1909. — Tony OHemdale, Slate Boss, 27, Italian, Riverdale, 
No. 66 Mine. Pie was riding on front of trip. A piece of rock had fallen 
from the roof and this knocked the front off the track on brake side and 
h^ was caught under car. He was caught under car. He was instantly 
killed. 

October 8, 1909. — George Pillows, Miner, 31, Italiain, Hutchinson, No. 2 
Mine. He had orders not to knock props or remove head coal. He dis- 
obeyed and the top coal fell on him injuring so severely that he died next 
day. 

November 16, 1909. — Ray Parmer, Miner, 17, American, O'Neil, No. 35 
Mine. He deliberately took a pick and struck a block of coal that was 
projecting out along the roof from the stump that was being worked, and 
which had been left for protection. The coal fell on him, causing injuries 
from which he died about two hours later. 

December 2, 1909. — W. V. Putman, Miiner, 29, American, Columbia, No. 
29 Mime. The workmen had neglected to remove the loose piece of draw 
slate, which fell and injured the deceased in such manner as resulted in 
hi?, death next day. 

April 1, 1910. — Guiseppe Grecoo, Miner, 35, Italian, Enterprise No. 49 
Mine. He was killed by fall of slate, and supposed to be sleeping at the 
time, in a room that he had been forbidden to enter, and which was be- 
yond the timber line. 

April 1, 1910 — Cleo Riblett, Driver, 20, American, Robinson No. 42 Mine. 
He left six empty cars standing on the heading and failed to set the first 
break, as it was "his duty to do. The motorman brought a trip of four- 
teen empties and started them down the heading. At about 350 feet from 
where the six empties started, they ran into Riblett coming up the heading 
with two loads of coal. In the collision, his skull was crushed and right 
leg broken, from which injuries he died. 

April 1, 1910. — John Poole, Jr., Driver, 19, American, Ehlen Mine. He 
was bringing three loaded cars down the heading when in some unknown 
way he was knocked or fell from the front end of the first car and was run 
over, being instantly killed. 

April 18, 1910. — John Cusha, Pick Miner, 25, Italian, Pooz No. 54 Mine. 
This accident was due solely to the character of the roof. The condition 
of the overlying stratum could not be observed until after the fall had 
occurred, which killed Cusha, as the top coal left remaining was heavy 
and prevented the observance of the character of stratum above it. 

June 10, 1910. — Lee Curtis, Miner, 18, American, Gypsy, No. 21 Mine. 
He was killed by fall of slate while loading coal in his working place. 

UPSHUR COUNTY. 

May 8, 1910. — T. V. Barthlow, Miner, 27, American, Red Lock Mine. He 
was preparing to set props, when roof fell killing him instantly. He had 
been told by the Mine Foreman, the day previous, to abandon the place 
as it was in a dangerous condition. 



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BARBOUR COUNTY. 

November IS. 1909.— Godfrey Streets, Miner, 57, American, Laurel Creek 
Mine. In trying to pull down piece of slate, six by three feet wide, run- 
ning from a point to six inches thick, Mr. Streets got underneath it in 
some way, and was killed by the slate falling. 

January 17. 1910.— Peter Farara, Miner, 30. Italian, Century No. 2 Mine. 
While working at the face of his place, was crushed by fall of slate. 

May 7, 1910.— Michael Lavich, Miner, 28, Polish, Century No. 1 Mine. 
Was electrocuted by coming into contact with troley wire. 

June 20, 1910. — Ostogo Molevick, Pick Miner, 25, Croation, Berryburg, 
No. ^7 Mime. He was digging down head coal, when a small pocket of 
slate and over head coal fell mashing him. 

Juno 23, 1910. —John Maynard, Miner, 49, Italian, Century No. 1 Mine. 
Ho fired a shot and walked back too soon to see the result of it, when a 
piece of slate fell upon him. The shot had exposed a slip in the roof. 

MONONGALIA COUNTY. 

July 24. 1909. — E. Otto Sturm, 32, American, Round Bottom Mine. Mr. 
Sturm, the Superintendent of the Grant Coal Co., went out on the cable 
which conveys the coal from this mine across the river, to loosen a bucket 
which had stuck, when he lost his grip and plunged to the ground, a dis- 
tance of 140 feet. He was dead when the men who saw him fall got to 
him. 

October 2, 1909. — Blaine Myers, Miner, 25, American, Richard No. 1 Mine. 
He was dropping his car out to room neck or switch, when his cap and 
lamp fell or were knocked off, his clothes caught on car, or he attempted 
to ride car in an effort to stop same. He was dragged or rode or both a 
distance of 700 feet, which resulted in a broken leg and fractured skull. 
He died later in the Miners' Hospitalat at Fairmont. 

Ooe.mber 14, 1909. — John Tangaro, Laborer, 22, Italian, Richard, No. 1 
Mine. He was coupling a mine car to the motor, when he was caught be- 
tween the two, and received injuries, from which he died soon afterward:;. 

March 6, 1910. — James McCandrew, Laborer, 45, American, Elkins, No. 
5 "line. While in the act of taking out an old tie to put in a new oneat 
the end of a 30 foot rail, a piece of rock gave away without warning, fall- 
ing on him and killing him instantly. 

June 28, 1910. — James Vincent!, Miner, 31. Italian, Bretz No. 2 Mine. 
Killed by a fall of draw slate in the heading. The roof to all appearance 
was perfectly safe, as the piece that fell was a pot hole and featheredgeJ. 
on both sids. 

PRESTON COUNTY. 

December 1, 1909. — George Bircher, Laborer, 25, American, No. 2 Bretz 
Mine. He was charging the ovens by means of a larry, and fell off in front 
and was run over by larry, wiith fatal results. 

February 9, 1910. — Albert Moon, Laborer, 35, American, Vulcan Mine. 
He was taking down loose slate on the main heading, about 1900 feet 



1910] Depaktment of Mines. 359 

from its mouth, when a piece of slate fell on him, crushing his skull and 
otherwise mangling him. 

February 28, 1910. — Bernardi De Binediana, Miner, Italian, Austen No. 
1 Mine. He had started to stab a rib, inorder to straighten an entry, and 
while h^ was mining some coal fell on him and broke his neck. 

\pril 13, 1910. — George Cummings, Miner, 29, American. Tunnelton 
Mine. Was killed at his working place, while loading coal, by a fall of 
rock, 8 inch thick, 10 feet long and 5 feet wide. 

April 27, 1910. — C. Frank Taylor, Driver, 34, American, Austen No. 3 
Mine. He was in the act of hitching his mule to a loaded car, when a 
slab of slate fell out of the roof and a part of it caught him, bearing him 
down against the bumper of the car, and breaking his neck. 

April 27, 1910. — John Bonnetti, Miner, 31, Italian, No. 2 Bretz Mine. 
While he was undermining it, a piece of coal fell on his head, killing him 
instantly. 

TAYLOR COUNTY. 

July 9, 1909. — Thomas Layman, Miner, 38, American, New York Mine. 
"While getting in an empty car, be struck his head against trolley wire 
and never regained consciousness. The cause of his death was entirely 
accidental. 

September 2, 1909. — Sebastiano Greco, Miner, 22, Italian, Wendel No. 4 
Mine. He was loading a car and was caught by fall of roof slate, which 
caused instant death. 

February 4, 1910. — William H. Schrader, Miner, 32, American, Rose- 
mont Mine. A piece of draw slate fell on him striking his hip and 
squeezing him sidewise so severly that he was injured internally. H 
died that same day at the Miners' Hospital, Fairmont. 

April 29, 1910. — Howard E. Shields, Miner, 31, American, Fiemington 
Mine. Coal fell away from clay vein after shot was fired on opposite side 
of clay vein, and knocked him down, resulting in fractured leg, broken 
hip and internal injuries. Death followed in about five hours. 

RANDOLPH COUNTY. 

April 15, -010. — E. A. Adams, Miner, 47, American. Weaver No. 2 Mine. 
He was Liettin a prop under the rock between t.h s breast and top coal. In 
attempting to drive a wedge in the cap piece, he either hit the prop cr 
the rock a heavy blow, causing the rock to fall on top of him. He sus- 
tained injuries, from which he died. 

April 20, 1910. — Otto Simons, Driver, 20, American, Weaver No. 1 Mine. 
He was riding down the heading on a loaded car with another driver, and 
when about half way down, he stepped off to catch his car which was fol- 
lowing with the leader at the brake. As he stepped off of the front car, 
be caught his toe and fell losing his cap and lamp. Before he could get 
out of the way, the car following struck him. It was a very careless trick 
and was done contrary to the orders of the mine foreman.. 

May 21, 1910. — Oscar Phillips, Miner, 40, American, Weaver No. 1 Mine. 
Phillips was an extra driver and in pulling out of the heading on to the 



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main heading, he was riding on the front bumpers of his car and as he 
reached the main, he cut his horse off without stopping he stepped to the 
right of the car. His clothes probably caught on the car as it passed and 
carried him along to a tight place where he was squeezed against the rib. 
There was plenty of room for him to get out of the way. Rib on leftside 
broken and heart probably punctured, causing death. 

June 16, 1910. — Joseph Jaggie, Motorman, 21, American, Coalton No. 1 
Mine. By running his motor at a very high rate of speed and drawing 
five more cars than the company's rules allow, the motor derailed, broke 
down a prop, which caused a fall of slate. This fell on the motorman, 
killing him instantly. 

TUCKER COUNTY. 

September 2, 1909. — Harry Densock, Trapper, 16, American, Coketon No. 
36 Mine. Boy was standing by the side of the track as trip was passing 
and jumped between cars. In doing so, he missed his footing and fell 
under trip and was killed. 

December 7, 1909. — Geo. B. James, Miner, 22 American, Thomas No. 5 
Mme. This mam went 350 feet from his working place to the face of 3rd 
heading. The heading man was making preparations to set prop, when 
a piece of slate fell and struck James on the back. He was taken to the 
Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., and was operated on by a specialst 
in spinal surgery, but without benefit.' He was brought home on Decem- 
ber 30th, wh^re he died February 3rd, 1910. 

Dcember 14, 1909. — Mike Frederick, Miner, 20, Austrian, Coketon No. b6 
Mine. Was engaged in drawing heading stumps and was told not to take 
coal from corner or rib, until he had taken all back coal out, bue he dis- 
obeyed orders and went to work on corner. He hadonly dug about a 
bushel of coal when he liberated slip that was in roof, causing it to fall 
Immediately and catching him under it, crushing him through the hips, 
from which injuries he died next day at the hospital at Keyser. 
fTlFebruary 19, 1910. — Tony Fogachio, Laborer, 17, Italian, Coketon No. 36 
Mine. He was working on the tipple and in some unknown way, slipped 
through No. 36 tipple to a steel hopper. At the time, he did not seem to 
bebadly hurt as he returned to his work on the tipple, but his brain was 
injured and he died os the 23rd of February from said injuries. 

May 6, 1910. — Nic Masia, Slate and timberman, 29, Italian, Coketon No. 
36. He was sent to No. 2 room off of south east heading with a car of 
timber to clean up fall and make it safe to lay road, and was given in- 
structions to take down all loose slate and what couldn't be taken down, 
to timber well so it would be safe to lay road and for men to work in 
Slate fell and caught him, injuring him internally. He died from these 
injuries two hours after accidents. 

GILMER COUNTY. 

August 20, 1909. — Peter Dumskey, Laborer, 40, Austrian, Gilmer Mine. 
Killed by fall of slate while helping to timber mine. 



1910] Department of Mines. 361 



August 20, 1909. — Joseph W. Riffle, Timberman, 50, Austrian, Gilmer 
Mine. Killed by fall of slate, while timbering and securing place for 
safety. 

PUTNAM COUNTY. 

September 1st, 1909. — J. R. Belcher, Miner, 45, American, California 
Mine. He was driving a break through and was killed at the face by a 
fall of heavy top. 

September 23, 1909. — Burtom Thevenrn, Miner, 32, American, Oak Forest 
Mine. He was notified not to enter room to work until post was set but 
he disobeyed and was killed by falling slate. 

October 2, 1910. — Ed. F. Lanham, Miner, 27, American, Black Betsey 
Mine. Was mining coal, when seven feet of coal came down and caught 
him under, causimg internal and other injuries, from which he died. 

FAYETTE COUNTY. 

July 1, 1909.— Sam Good, Miner, 30, Negro, Rush Run Mine. His neck 
was broken by fall of slate, which occurred while he was running his 
car. 

July 2, 1909. — Alex B. Howard, Miner, 40, American, Echo Mine. This 
accident occurred outside the mine. Howard was riding on the bridge of 
the monitor, going up, arad was caught between the monitor and the load- 
ing spout, and was squeezed, causing his death. 

July 17, 1909. — Ross Robinson, Miner, 40, Negro, MacDonald Mine. While 
making an undercut, he was struck on the back by a piece of slate sus- 
taining severe injuries. He was at once removed to the McKemdrie Hos- 
pital and died August 27, 1909. 

July 29, 1909. — William Penman, Miner, 55, Scotch, Collins No. 1 Mine. 
He was killed by fall of slate, while working his pillar back on end of 
coal or pillar next to gob. Had he cut a packet through asd worked his 
^tump upwards, the accident probably would not have happened. 

July 31, 1909.— Jessie Kidd, Driver, 22, Negro, Sun No. 3 Mliaie. This 
man was hauling coal and on his way in the entry a piece of slate fell 
in the neck of an old room — the end of the slate extended to the entry 
— and caught him as he was passing and broke his neck instantly killing 
him. 

August 3, 1909.— Lloyd Ellis, Driver, 27, American, Turkey Creek Mine. 
Ellis was riding on loaded cars, drawn by mules. He either lost his 
balance while riding on front of bumper, or tripped in stepping upon bum- 
per, and fell across hi front of car, so that his head and shoulders were 
caught between the corner of car and post. He was mashed through breast 
and died of the injury. 

August 7, 1909. —Alva H. McMillias, Track helper, 35, American. He 
was killed, while attempting to rerail a car by placing a short piece of 
timber, one end against a post and the other end against the front end of 
the car, and havkig the motor started, which caused the car to be raised 
up at the front end and fall away from the track, striking the post and 



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canning it to fall and thereby leaving the roof without a support, thus 
allowing it to fall and causing this fatal accident. 

August 7, 1009. — Chas. F. Stewart, Trackman. 55, American, Minden No. 
3 Mine. He was attempting to rerail a car by placing a short piece of tim- 
ber against the bottom of a post and against the front end of a wagon. 
The motor was then started and the timber raised the car up and it fell 
over, striking the post and knocking it down. This caused a fall of slate 
which fell on Stewart and broke his back. 

August 11, 1909. — E. R. Jones, Miner, 40, American, Wingrove Mine. He 
was making his cut when top coal fell and caught him, crushing out his 
life. He had been warned by one of the timberman that he was cutting 
under his cut too far, but he persisted, with the above stated result. 

August 18, 1909. — John E. Fox, Miner, 36, American, Hemlock Mine. 
Fox was pilulng pillars and did not keep his place properly posted, al- 
lowing the slate to fall on him. He knew that the slate was loose and had 
been warned of the danger. 

August 25, 1909. — Peter Yakus, Miner, 45, Lithnian, Edgewater No. 2 
Mine. While mining in room, he went under slate, contrary to advice of 
fellow workman, and began knocking out post, which let the slate fall 
killing him instantly. 

August 25, 3 909. — Mike Miner, 37, Russian, Edgewater No. 

2 Mine. While working in room with John Miller and Peter Yakus, he 
went under slate and contrary to advice of fellow workman, began knock- 
ing out post, which let the slate fall, killing him and Peter Yakus instant- 
ly. 

August 27, 1909. — A. T. Harris, Miner, 25, American, Ridgeview Mine. 
Diaw slate fell at face of room and broke his neck. He died in the hos- 
pital (not named in report) October 24, 1909. 

September 6, 1909. — W. E. Kutzner, Assistant Superintendent, 39, Amer- 
ican, Layland Mine. He was overseeing some repair work in the mines, 
when he accidnetly came in contact with two live wires and received 550 
volts alternating current. He was lectrocuted before the current could 
be turned off. 

September 16, 1909. — Lewis Bryant, Drivr, 22, American, Parrel Mine. 
Was killed by explosion of fire damp. He was at work; hauling saud. 
lime etc., and evidently had not been inside the last door for sometime, 
or the accumulation would not have been sufficient to blow him against 
the rib, and break both his legs and cause him to be fatally injured. 

Sept. 18, 1910. — J. P. Cash, Miner, 55, Amercian, Mecca No. 5 Mine. 
Killed by lump of flying coal, which fell from run-a-way car, and whichhit 
him on the back of his head, fracturing his skull and killing him in- 
stantly. 

September 18, 1909.— Wm. Currin, Driver, 26. Negro. Elkridge No. 2 
Mine. He had quit work for the day and on his way home, passtd by the 
tipple where some mine timbers were being dragged up a platform slope 
from railway level to tipple platform. The ropt broke, allowing the tim- 
bers to slide back, striking Currin, and breaking his leg, from which in- 
jury he died. 



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September 23, 1909. — Nicola Labeta, Miner, 35, Italian, No. 2 South Mime. 
He went into an entry against ordtrs, which two days previous had been 
abandoned, and had not been there but a few minutes, when a piece of 
top coal fell and hit him on the head, with fatal results. 

September 2S, 1909. — David Blake, Miner, 39, America/a, Ridgeview 
Mine. Instantly killed by fall of slate in working place. 

October 5, 1909.— Joseph Ritz, Miner, 30, Italian, Ansted Mine. While 
in car was seriously injured by fall of draw slate, and died next day in 
the Sheltering Arms Hospital. No reason is known why he should have 
been where he was whenhurt, he worked in another room in another en- 
try, and had no busintss to be where he was when hurt. 

October 13, 1909. — William Holcomb, Miner, 35, American, Buffalo Mine, 
came in contact with trolley wire and was instantly killed. 

October 16, 1909. — J. Wm. Whitlock, Mine Foreman, 43, American. 
Laurel Mine. Two electrical hauling locomotives are in use at this mine, 
one of the motormen was off duty on day of accident and the foreman 
took his place. The one motorman had taken a trip outside and the injur- 
ed person attempted to take his trip out also before the return of the oth- 
er motor, and in doing so, collided with the other locomotive, which had 
starttd back. His legs were badly crushed and he died in consequence of 
this injury, October 17th. 

Odober 22, 1909. — Wm. C. Smith, Laborer, 18, American, Brooklyn Mine. 
He was brakeman on electric motor and got caught between rib and mo- 
tor, causing injuries, which were fatal. 

October 23, 1909.— Floyd Gill, Miner, 14. American, Kay Moore No. 2 
Mine. Ht was working with his father at time of accident and crawled 
beneath a breast of coal, which was undercut, and which gave way, catch- 
ing him and injuring him with fatal results. 

October 26, 1909. — Earl Sims, Braeman, 19, American, Minden No. 5 
Mine. He was riding on the front end of the trip, fell off and the cars 
passed over him, crushing him with fatal results. 

November 2, 1909. — John Kempa, Machine man, 46, German, Parrel 
Mine. He was putting in a cut with puncher and had bored in five feet; 
tbe slate fell width and depth of the place bored, catching him on the 
shoulders and breaking his ribs, two of them entering his right lung. 
Death followed in two days. 

November 4, 1909. — Mike Burkig, Miner, 49, Austrian, Ansted Mine. He 
was mashed about head and body by fall of top coal and slate, with fatal 
results. 

November 9. 1909. — Samuel Oliverio, Miner, 19, Italian, Sun Mine. Died 
of inteinal and other injuries, which he received from fall of coal. He 
was in the act of taking down the coal when several tons fell. He had 
been warned the day before not to stand in front of a cut while working, 
but at the side. 

November 22, 1909. — James Gay, Mine laborer, 26. American. Mecca Gas 
Mine. He and some others were cleaning up a fall of slate. Without the 
least w r arning, the slate, which was considered by all perfectly safe, fell 
with fatal results,- breaking Gay's neck. 



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December 2. 1909.— Calvin Merrill, Miner, 37, Negro, Echo Mine. Ke left 
his regular working place a couple of hours before accident occurred and 
was loading pillar coal without instructions or authority of the mine fore- 
man. While dofeig so, he was killed by fall of slate. 

December 4, 1909. — John Novock, Miner, 35, Polish, Wingrove Mine. Was 
mining on bottom, when coal fell on his back without warning. He had 
a sprag in the coal, but the coal in this place is very soft. He was hurt 
through spint and stomach, and died of these injuries cm December 10th. 

December 13, 1909.— F. Earnesto, Miner, 39, Italian, Kilsyth Mine. He 
was loading coal, when slate fell on him, killing him. 

December 29, 1909. — Ruby James, Trapper, 15, Negro, Once More Mine. 
Outside the boy left his door and came outside and jumped between cars 
of a moving trip, whem ht probably slipped and the car passed over him, 
causing injuries, which resulted in his death five hours after the acci- 
dent. 

January 6, 1910. — James Dixon, Driver, 20, English, Wipple Mine. The 
car, on which he wias riding collided with some loaded cars that were 
standing on the track. He had his left leg swinging in front of the bum- 
per cf the car cm which he was riding, and it was crushed in the collis- 
ion. The patient was removed to McKendrie Hospital, where he died, 
January 8th, 1910. 

January 12, 1910. — Jack McCutcheon, Driver, 24, Negro, Key Moor No. 
1 Mine. Was driving and while waiting on miner to load car, was pick- 
ing a.t the coal beneath a loose piece of slate, about which he had been 
warned by the miner. The slate gave way, falling om him and killing him 
instantly. 

January 17, 1910. — J. D. Harris, Miner, 30, White, Ridgeview Mine. He 
was digging coal on entry pillar, when slate fell over on him, breaking 
his back and leg, from which injuries he died. 

January 25, 1910.-^Whit Pollard.— Miner, 36, Negro, Kilsyth Mioie. Slate 
fel! on him, while he was checking car, catching his head between rear 
end of car and slate crushing his head, and causing death. 

February 1, 1910. — Emmet Johnson, Miner, 30, Negro, Derrydale Mine. 
He died of internal and other injuries causel by fall of slate at the face 
of his workingplace. , 

February 1, 1910. — A. L. Wimebarger, Miner, German, Stewart Mine. 
Killed instantly by fall of slate. 

February 3, 1910. — Harvey Mickey, Miner, 17, Negro, Greenwood Mine. 
While digging a cut, a piece of slate fell on him, crushing him to death. 

February 23, 1910. — Willie Grisinger, Engineer, 16, American, Lynch- 
burg Mine. His locomotive went over the hill and he was scalded to 
death. 

February 23, 1910. — Geo. W. Miller, Miner, 39, Ameican, Lynchburg 
Mine. Miller was acting this day as breakman, the engine ran over him 
in a tunnel and killed him. 

February 23, 1910. — George Miller, Brakeman, 39, American, 
Lynchburg Mine. Was brakeman on the locomotive and it is sup- 
posed he was caught by it in the tunnel. He was dead when found. 



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February 28, 1910. — Gustio Yates, Miner, 21, Italian, Kilsyth Mine. 
Was loading car when draw slate fell on him, causing his leg to be 
crushed from ankle to knee. He died at McKendri e Hospital, March 
1st, 1910, at 1 A. M. 

March 7, 1910. — Van Turner, Miner, 42, American, Boomer No. 1 
Mine. He was killed by fall of slate, just as he had finished his 
last pillar and bad his place posted in good workman like order. The 
injuries he sustained were 'broken neck and back crushed. 

March 22, 1910. — Joseph H. Cantreel, Electrician, 30, Wihite, Nuttall 
Mine. Was driving monitor up incline, when it jumped the trestle 
and fell on him breaking his neck and one leg. 

March 2 9, 1910. — Mike J. Shannon, Miner, 55, American, Herberton 
W. Mine. H e tried to take out some eoal before properly timbering, 
and a fall of slate fell on him, breaking his neck, causing instant 
death. 

April 1, 1910. — Joe Persha, Miner, 30, Italian, Hemlock Mine. He 
was caught by fall of slate and killed instantly. 

April 1.5, 1910. — Joe Kucinski, Miner, 33, Polish, Dunnloop No. 4 
Mine. He was making his cut, when slate feJl on him, breaking his 
neck and causing instant death. This was an unavoidable accident. 

April 19, 1910. — James Preston Bowles, Miner, 56, American, 
Diamond Mine. He was working in a room loading machine coal. 
Before shooting coal, he "snubbed" his cut on the extreme right side 
of his room, directly under a piece of slate. While at this work, the 
siate fell crushing him with death] 

April 2 7 ; 1910. — Pete Kowanski, Miner, 40, Russian, Minden No. 5 
Mine. While working at th e face of Room No. 4, a piece of draw 
slate and top coal fell on him crushing so badly that he died. This 
accident would not have happened, had the victim not neglected put- 
ting up one pest, which he had been cautioned to do. 

April 27, 1910 — George Lob ash, Miner, 36, Hungarian, Rush Run 
Mine. Before leaving his place the day before, he buried three 
sticks of e.arbonite with caps and battery in the slack coal at the face 
of his room, and next morning went to digging down coal right over 
the spot where he had buried the carbonite. The falling coal must 
have struck the caps or forced the battery wire in connection with! 
the carbonite and caused them to explode. This was pure carelessness. 
He died of the injuries in the McKendrie Hospital May 3, 1910. 

May 2, 1910. — John Harris, machine runner, 39, Negro, Vulcan 
Mine. He was moving his machine from one place to another when 
a piece of top rock fell on him, breaking his neck and crushing him 
through abdomen. Harris knew that the rock was loose and in- 
stead of taking down as was advised ty the others with him, he went 
under it to get a post to stay it with. It fell at that moment and 
he was instantly killed. 

May 10, 1910. — Charley Purcell, Track Layer, 4 0, American, Boomer 
No. 3 Mine. He and five other men were cleaning up a fall that 
had occurred the night before, when a second fall occurred, crushing 
Purcell and breaking Vis rseck. 



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May 11, 1910. — J. F. Osborne, Miner, 38, American, Cliff Top Mine. 
Slate fell, catching him on the head, crushing the skull over left eye* 
killing him almost instantly. He had just finished and Osborne 
was seemingly safe. 

May 18, 1910. — Dewey Ford, Driver, 28, Negro, Beechwood No. 1 
Mine. While fastening trace to moving, loaded car, he fell underneath 
same, and received injuries that were fatal. 

May 19, 1910. — Geo. Urban, Miner, 36, Hungarian, Wingrove Mine. 
He made a cut, but made no sprag, when top coal fell on him, causing 
fatal injuries May 30, 1 '.-» 1 . He had been warned several times 
to sprag his top coal before cutting. 

May 20. 1910. — James Martin, Miner, 35, Negro, Harvey No. 1 
Mine. While working, he was accidently killed by fall of slate. He 
and his brother were cross cutting a pillar near face of room, when 
roof began to wcrk, and they decided the place was unsafe, so moved 
their tools to cross out below. After moving the tools, Martin re- 
membered he bad forgotten his coat and dinner bucket, and returned 
to get them, when he had taken about three steps back to get them, 
he was caught by a fall of slate and instantly killed. 

May 24, 1910. — Alexander Darley. Miner, 48, American, Elverton 
Mine. This man, according tn the mine foreman's statement had been 
discharged for solid shooting and re-hired on his promise to mine 
his coal in fdturo. This accident happened two days after he returned 
to the :-nine to work and it is supposed that the roof was fractured 
by his former shooting. He was killed by fall of slate. 

June 16, 1910.— John Walker, Slate man, 21. Negro. Dunn Loop 
No. 4 Mine. As he was putting a slate bar on his shoulder, it struck 
the trolley wi»e and he was killed by the shock. 

June 21, 1910. — A. J. Bennett, Machine helper. 26, American, 
Brooklyn Mine. Piece of slate fell on him, killing him instantly. 

June 21, 1910. — J. F. Pullen, Check Weighman, 34, American, Deitz 
Mine. The empty cars came uncoupled when about half was up the 
incline and they ran back into the tipple killing Pullen instantly. 

June 22, 1910. — Chalmer L. Ailstock, Brakeman, 22, American, Sun 
Mine. He was making a flying switch, when cars wrecked and ran. 
over him, and he died from injuries received. 

May 25, 1910. — Wm. R. Harless, Miner, 42, White, Oakwood Mine. 
He was at work slabbing the upper rib for parting and there were 
two other men with him. They left all their top ooal with no timber 
to support it. This coal fell on Harless and instantly killed him. 

June 28. 1910.— E. W. Rudd, Miner, 30, American, Minden Mine. 
He was killed by fall of slate. He was making it ready for post! 
when roof fell. 

KANAWHA COUNTY. 

July 22, 1909. — Ear! G r een, Miner, 22, American, Imperial No. 3 
Mine. He was killed by fall of slate. 



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July 28, 19 09. — Sara J. McConimick, 15, American, LaMont No. 
3 Mine. This boy was working with his brother, who said he had 
18 years experience in coal mines. The draw slate in this mine Is of 
a, very bad nature, heavy and broken loose. The slate that killed this 
boy, was overlying the cut they were loading out. All miners had 
ben notified to keep the slate taken down close to the face of the coal. 
Tins boy was tne victim of disobedience and carelessness. 

August 5, 19 09. — Geo. Praser, Mine Manager, 57, Scotch, Morris 
Creek Mine. Mr. Fraser was riding out of mine on front tnd of 
electric motor and iu making switch, meter man failed to check 
his motor in time and Mr. Fraser caught between front end of motor 
and empty cars, which were standing on th e parting, and -received 
injuries that proved fatal. 

September 19, 1 909.--Vaselo Canto, Miner, 40, Italian, Kelley's 
Creek, No. 3. He was working at the working face, when draw 
slate fell and killed him instantly. This draw slate, which the min- 
ers are supposed to protect themselves from by posting was not posted. 

September 10, 1909. — Geo. Yunger, Miner, 32, Italian, Kelley's 
Creek, No. Mine. The draw slate which was not posted as it should 
have been fell on him and crushed him to death. 

September 10, 1909. — Den Scraggs, Miner, 24, American, Belmont 
No. 3 Mine. He was crushed by fall of slate. This was neglect on his 
part and there were posts of proper length and he had failed to set 
them. 

■September 10, 1909. — James Wilson, Miner, 27, Scotch, Berlin Mine. 
In passing over from one side to the other side of his room, the top 
coal, which was hanging back about five feet, fell and caught him. 

September 22, 1909.- — Promiano Rosetti, Coal Loader, 19, Italian, 
Kayford No. 2 Mine. By neglecting to timber or pull down slate 
before beginning to worn, he was fatally injured at his working place 
by fall of draw slate. This was pure carelessness as the roof above 
the draw slate was good and there was plenty of timber at hand. 

November 9. 190 9. — 1.. A.. Smith, Trapper, 58, American, Red War- 
rior Mine. Thi man was attending trap door, which he opened to 
let the locomotive with trip of cars pass through. After they had) 
passed, he closed the door and sat down about 18 feet from door to 
eat his lunch. After the locomotive was uncoupled from cars, they, 
not being sufheier tly checked, ran back against the door and knocked 
it down, wrecking the cars, and injuring Smith so that he died. 

November 19, 1909. — Pete Filgan, Tippleman, 20, Italian, West Va. 
No. 2 Mine Outride. He was riding on truck which was hauling 
sand. The truck jumped the track and all the other men who were 
on it got off and escaped injury, but Filgan fell between truck and 
motor and was killed. 

November 28th, 1909. — Wm. Hancock, Driver, 38, .Negro, Imperial 
No. 1 Mine. He was riding front end of car, when slate fell, knocking 
him off of car and catching his neck just at base of brain. 

December 2, 1909. — Earl Williams, Loader in mines, 17, American, 



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United Splint Mine. Mashed to death by fall of slate at face of work- 
ing place. 

December 2, 1909. — Ira Howell, Coal loader, 22, American, United 
Splint. Mashed to death by fall of slate at face of working place. 

December 10, 1909. — Chas. W. Stump, Coal loader, 40, American, 
Kelley's Creek No. 3. Although warned several times and by several 
people not to work under this piece of slate, he persisted in doing 
so, and was crushed todea th by its fall. 

December 22, 1909. — Ace Scott, Miner and Laborer, 45, American, 
Acme Mine. He and three ether men with the mine boss and super- 
intendent had put a hole, or shot in the roof and after firing they 
went up to examine the place as to putting another shot in, for this 
shot did not bring the slate as expected, then the slate fell, catching 
Scott fatally crushing his back and head. 

December 22, 1909. — Steve Metavinski, Helper on Electric loco- 
motive, 17, Hungarian, United Gas Mine. He was riding in front 
of an electric locomotive and it ran into a trap door which was not 
in use on that day, (it has not been discovered how it happened to be 
shut) causing fractured skull, broken jaw, right arm and several ribs, 
resulting in deatb. 

January 4, 1910. — Hiram Jones, Miner, 73, American, Vulcan Mine. 
He and his son were over cutting their coal, and they had taken down 
the slate to within a foot of the face. When they had cut in about 
twelve inches, a piece of draw slate fell on them. The son was 
only bruised, owing to his youth and strength, but Hiram Jones was 
crushed to the earth, ground and died of his injuries. 

January 17, 1910. — Walter E. England, Miner, 27, American, Turner 
Mine. England had been ordered to stay out of place of accident 
less than i.5 minutes befor e his death, but disregarding the warnings, 
he returned to the place, put off a small shot and returned again in 
the smoke caused by shot. A large piece of slat e fell, catching him 
and killing him instantly. 

February 9, 1910. — Oscar Sanks, Coal Loader, 55, American, Chero- 
kee Mine. He was working under th e direction of a contractor, and 
was told to take down all loose slate as he came to it, and under no 
circumstance to go under it as it was dangerous. He, however, con- 
tinued to load five cars in this place without either taking it down 
or posting it. In at tempting to load the sixh car. Mr. Sanks took 
a pick and stepped under the loose slate and undermined it, allowing 
it to fall and kill him. 

February 26, 1910. — H. Gail I^eggett, Machine helper, 23, Ameri- 
can, Black Tulip Mine. He was accidently caught in a mining machine 
and had both limbs mutilated from knee down. He died from shock. 

March 10, 1910. — George Vargo, Pick Miner, 44, Hungarian, United 
Gas Mine. He was undermning a small corner of coal on one side of 
his room; one end of it had been partially loosened by a previous 
shot and he failed to leave a sprag or support on the loose end which 
he was mining. His skull and breast werecrushed by fall of coal. 

April 6. 1910. — James Patterson. Miner and Coal Loader, 19, Negro, 



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Red W)arrior. He neglected to take down or properly timber draw 
slate at face of working place. The slate fell on him and fatally 
wounded him. 

April 19, 1910. — Mike Hareth, Tipple laborer, 34, German, West Va. 
No. 1 Mine. Outside. Loaded car got away at drift mouth and ran 
over incline, colliding at foot of hill with loaded car of regular trip. 
This man ran out of the tipple and probably jumped to save him- 
self and either h ehit his head on some blunt object or he was struck 
by a flying wheel from one of the cars, making a wound cm his head 
causing instant death. 

May 19, 1910. — Amos Todd, Miner, 50, American, Will's Hollow, 
No. 3 Mine. He was working under about six inches of top coal 
and "nigger head," which fell on him, causing fracture of pelvis, three 
ribs and rupture of bladder, from which injuries he died. 

June 2, 1910. — John Davis, Miner, 19, American, Paint Creek Mine. 
He was scraping his room, when the accident occurred, the draw 
slate falling on him and crushing him to the bottom. He died of 
multiple fracture of both and fracture of spine. 

June 2, 1910. — Gyula Lusinsky, Miner, 34, Hungarian, La Mont 
Mine. The workmen were going up incline in cars and just as the 
cars reached the top of the incline, a man pulled the coupling pin 
before the last car was over the top of the incline, thereby releasing 
three cars, which went back, down the incline carrying with them three 
men, Lusinsky being fatally injured, and the others seriously injured. 

June 23, 1910. — Ezra Proctor , Miner and Machine helper, 23, 
American, Hugheston Mine. Back 'broken by fall of slate, from which 
injury he died, July 9, 1910 

June 25, 1910. — Frank Smith, Laborer, 35, Negro, Wake Forest 
Mine. He was found unconscious at drift mouth near trolley wire. 
Death was probably caused by his coming in contact with trolley wire, 
though this is not positively known, it may have resulted from natural 
causes. 

RALEIGH COUNTY. 

August 3, 1909. — Elias W. Helmintiller, Motorman, 23, American, 
Piney No. 1 Mine. Outside. He fell off of the seat of his motor 
and when asked if he had received a shock, he said "yes," and this 
was his last word. The person sitting next to him said he could not 
tell what killed him. 

September 4, 1909. — Frank Staratino, (Stratena), Miner, 45, Italian, 
P.eckley Coal & Coke Co. Mine. Kettle bottom fell on him while 
loading a car of coal, resulting in crushed rib, broken skull and in- 
ternal injuries. He died in Campbell Hospital September 6, 1909. 

October 26, 1909. Frank Clark, Motorman. 25, Negro, Oswald Mine. 
He was running motor too fast, when it left the track, throwing him 
out, and catching him under it, resulting in a broken neck. 

November 8, 1909. — Walter Terry, Miner, 29, Ngro, E. E. White. 
Shaft No. 1 Mine. He was standing in front of car loading coal, when 



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in some way the brake was knocked off by piece of coal, starting the 
car. He was not able toget out of the way of the moving car, and 
was internally injured to such extent that he died of these injuries, 
Novembr !) 1909. 

November 10, 1909. — Henry Goode, Miner, 35, Negro, Slab Fork 
No. 1 Mine. After being warned of a loose piece of slate and given 
tools and timbers to make it safe, he attempted to remove the coal 
from under the slate, when it fell, catching him, causing injuries from 
which he died later. 

November 16, 1909. — Joe Roberts, Miner, 39, Austrian, Slab Fork, 
No. 4 Mine. He wa? loading a car when a large piece of rock fell 
suddenly and caught him under it crushing him to death. The top in 
the place was seemingly solid and the miner had posted on one side 
and was working on the other side. The assistant mine foreman 
had tested the top tbe day befor it fell. 

November 18. 1909. — Andy Orozy, Coal Loader, 26. Hungarian, Can- 
berry Mine. A kettle bottom dropped out of th e roof on him, while 
he was scaping up bottom in mine, at face of place. The injuries he 
sustained were broken leg and compound head bruises, and he died in 
consequence of them. 

January 31, 1910. — Irving Williams, Miner, 20, Negro, Slab Fork, 
No. 2 Mine. He was helping to put a derailed car on the track, when 
his shoulder and back + ouched an electric trolly wire, and he died 
from electric shoek. 

February 7, 1910. — Geo. Huff, Miner, 17, American, Raleigh No. 6 
Mine. He neglected to take down the loose draw slate and a piece 
fell and struck him on the back of the neck breaking it. 

February 12, 1910. — Frank Simon, Miner, 28, Hungarian, Price 
Hill Mine. He was in the act of pushing an empty car in his room, 
while directly under the electric wire, his feet slipped from under* 
him and as he threw up his hands for support, they came in contact 
with the live wire, and he was shocked to death. 

February 15, 1910.— Guiseppe Mi'chele, Miner, 42, Italian, Eccles No. 
1 Mine. This man had timber in his place to secure the roof, 'but did 
not place it. Because of this negligence, he was killed insltantly by 
fall of slate. 

February 15, 1910. --Geo. Bailey, Track-layer, 28, American, Eeele3 
No. 1 Mine. He was exter.dingt.be track in the mine, as his position 
when found indicated, and in the act of driving a spike. The room 
was not timbered throuah the negligence of a miner, and the slate 
fell without warning ind instantly killed him. 

March 4, 1910. — Tom Holly, Loader, 25, American, Slab Fork No. 2 
Mine. He unwittingly pushed a mine oar off the end of the track. 
The end of the car tilted up and he having his head over it, was 
caught and had hir jaw broken and was choked to death. 

March 7, 1910. — Matthew Stark, Laborer, 2 4, Negro, Eccles No. 1 
Mine. This person was sitting directly under a piece of slate known 
as kettle bottom, which fell and instantly killed him. 

March 10, 1910. — Jacob Peters, Helper on track, 34, American, 



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Dorothy Mine. Empty car of motor trip left track and mashed him 
against coal in man hole, as he was going out of the mine. He died 
from the injuries the same day. 

March 29, 1910. — Chappy Belcher, Laborer, 21, Negro, E. E. White 
No. 2 Mine. Ten men were on cage and eager had given signal to 
hoist. When the cage was about two feet from the ground, Belcher 
jumped out of line and made a gra'b for cage, ad was caught between 
guides and timbers. He was killed instantly. 

April 9, 1910.— Powell Sabo, Miner, 36, Hungarian, 'Cranberry 
Mine. He was killed by fall of slate at his working place. There 
were no witnesses. 

May 12, 1910. — Waych Waytos, Miner, 42, Polish, Price Hill Mine. 
This accident was caused by ignorance and carelessness on the part 
of the deceased. Knowing that he had put a match tto the fuse, he 
went back to his working place, before the shot had gone off. His 
left shoulder was shattered, also head, and he died from these in- 
juries. 

May 16, 1910. — George W. Lilly, Trackman, 25, American, Sulli- 
van Mine. He was pulling rail down when a piece of slate fell with- 
out warning, and he died of these injuries July 28th, 1910. 

June 18, 1910. — Purk Shanklin, Miner, 2 4, Negro, Wright No. 1 
Mine. He was in the act of setting post under some slate when 
a piece fell on him killing him instantly. 

MERCER COUNTY. 

August 5, 1909. — Chas. Taylor, Miner, 30, American, Wenonah 
Mine. He was caught and crushed to death under mine car, while 
dropping car to face of working place. 

October 9, 1909. — Johnnie Smith, Trapper, 15, American, Buckeye 
Mine. On last trip coming through the mountain, he caught last car 
and attempting to pass from last car to next car, and fell between then- 
ar d was crushed to death. 

October 26, 1909. — Emery Houser, Miner, 54, Hungarian, Buckeye 
Mine. He was fatally injured by fall of slate and died on the way 
to the Hospital at Welch. 

December 13, 1909. -Lewis Scott, Miner. 3 5, American, Crane Creek 
No. 1 Mine. This man was cutting a pocket in a pillar. Driver had 
just hitched to a car and was driving out. Scott was either riding 
rear of car or was following close behind, when car jumped the 
track and knocked out a prop, letting slate fall on rear end of car, 
which wrecker! and upon Scott, instantly killing him. 

January 20, 1910. — Mitchell Barlow. Miner, 30, White, Buckeye 
Mine. H e was killed by fall of slate at bis working place. He had 
neglected to take down the slate before beginning work, as he was 
Instructed to do. and it fell, injuring him so badly that he died the 
same night at ten o'clock. 

January 27. 1910. — Dominic Depilippis, Miner. 40, Italian. Hiawatha 
Mine. He was killed by fall of coal while making an undercut. 



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February 16, 1910.-- -Forman Lewis, Track Layer, 18, American, 
Spring Mine. Lewis was working under a contractor, who told him 
to open the door to let first trip in, but he went up th e entry abuot 
fifty feet past the door, when hearing the locomotive coming, he 
ran back to open the door. Just as he got to the door, the trip struck 
it and knocked it down and rolled him on the track, about three cars 
passing over him, and causing injuries, from which he died. 

February, 22, 1910. — Eli Shishovich, Miner, 25, Montenegroan, 
Klondyke No. 3 Mine. After firing shot, he went 'back into the 
room to see how coal fell, when a slip fell on him, causing injuries 
that proved fatal about three hours later. Breakthrough was not 
timbered as per instructions. 

March 16, 1910. — Jim Dantorlee, company man, 27, Italian, Coaldale 
Mine. Killed by sudden fall of slate, that gave no warning. Re died 
at his home after accident. 

May 6, 1910. — Wako Domazet, Miner, 2 4, Hungarian, Crane Creek 
Mine. He was working under draw slate, which was positively 
against instructions, when slate fell on him, killing him instantly. 

Jun e 2, 1910. — Henry Newlin, company work, 25. Negro, Caswell 
Creek Mine. He was helping to clean up slate fall, when withoht 
warning a piece of slate known as kettle bottom, fell on him, crush- 
ing and killing him. This accident was purely and unavoidably acci- 
dentaly, due to no one's 'carelessness nor neglect, as the top had been 
previously examined. 

Jun e 16, 1910. — Lnigi Fenmani. Miner, 61, Italian, Pawama No. 
2 Mine. He was mining in his working place, and the indications 
are that he was taking down slate, when in some way. he was caught 
under the slate that he was taking down, and was instantly kil'led. 
H e had been cautioned about this particular piece of slate by the 
mine foreman, the afternoon previous to the accident. 

June 17, 1910. — Frank Lewis, Miner, 40, Hungarian. Crystal No. 
1 Mine. Lewis was engaged in loading coal and had with him a help- 
er, named Millard Jewell. Lewis knew the slate was loose and 
cautioned Jewell not to go under it. but after this cautioning, Lewis, 
himself went under it and it fell on him. causing instant death. 

Mcdowell county. 

July 7, 1909. — James W. Mahody, Motor hrakeman, 22, American, 
TJnited States No. 11 Mine. He was coming out of mine, riding on 
front end of motor to pit mouth he got off motor to throw switch, 
;md as he crossed the track in fronl of switch, he either slipped and 
fell or the trolley wire caught him, knocking him down. The cars 
passed over his body causing almost instant death. 

July 15. 1909.— John Zerga, Miner, 36, Hungarian. United States 
No. 11 Mine. He and another man were cleaning up slate, when 
Zf rga went out through upper breakthrough to the heading to get a 
dynamite can from the assistant mine foreman, to shoot a hole that 



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he had prepared. While he was gone, the man working with him, 
charged a hole, lighted his fuse and went out through the lower 
breakthrough, giving the alarm. In the meantime, Zerga returned 
through the upper breakthrough to the place, not having heard the 
alarm. Th e assistant mine boss, hearing the alarm and fearing 
danger, ran after him, but it was too late, and he got almost directly- 
over the charge when it erploded. 

July 15, 1909. — James Twell, Miner, 24, American, United States 
No. 4 Mine. He was killed instantly and without warning by fall of 
a kettle bottom. 

July 19, 1909. — Jim Valnee, Miner, 45, Italian, Pocahontas Domestic 
Mine. This man was warned several times of his danger and was 
ordered to take do wn the draw slate. There were plenty of timbers 
in his place to secure the slate, but he failed to use it in consequence 
of this carelessness, the slate fell on him, killing him instantly. 

July 2 1909. — Tony Muffy, Car Catcher, 2 7, Italian, Oregon Mine. 
He was riding on a loaded trip of cars, when th e front car broke loose 
and he jumped off of his car and tried to catch the run-a-away car, 
and in doing so, fell and the other loaded car ran over him, killing 
him instantly. 

July 28, 1909. — W. V. Shrewsbury, miner, 26, American, Eureka 
Mine. He persisted in working under a piece of slate, which he knew 
to be dangerous and which he had been warned against by the mine 
foreman. The slate fell on him, injuring him fatally. 

July 29, 1909. — Mike Succosh, Machine helper, 25, Hungarian, 
United State No. 10 Mine. He was helping on th e machine, making 
an undercut, when a piece of slate fell from near the rib, causing 
injuries, from which he died about nin e hours later. 

August 3, 1909. — George W. Flowers, Miner, 32, Negro, Shamokin 
Mine. He had tamped his hole and was preparing to fire, when the 
slate f p H on him, injuring him so severely that he died in less than 
three hours afterwards. 

August 5, 1909. — Regie Manline, 2 7, Italian, United States No. 4 
Mine. He was boring hole in coal for a shot, when slate fell en him 
killing him instantly. 

August 10, 1909. — Gabriel Noge, Miner, 20, Hungarian, United 
States No. 11 Mine. He and his fellow worker had just cleaned up a 
machine cut of coal and Noge was shoveling back some loose coal 
from the corners of th e room, to get it out of the way of the machine, 
when without warning, 'the slate fell across the room at the face, 
striking Noge on the head and killing him instantly. The place was 
eramined by assistant min e boss about an hour before the accident 
occurred, ad he said that to all appearances the place was safe. 

August 10, 1909. — Geo. Watching, Miner, 35, Slavish, United States 
No. 2 Mine. Crushed by fall of slate. 

August 16. 1909. — Wm. Stoker, Miner, 37, Negro, Empire Mine. 
Kettle bottom fell hitting him on the head and inijured him so 
severely that he died of these injuries, October 3, 1909. 



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August IS, 1909. — Sam Hamlet, Miner, 30, Negro, Eureka Mine. 
He was working under a piece of draw slate, which he thought would 
be safe until top shot was fired. The slate fell, however, inflicting 
internal injuries and breaking his back. He died in about thirty 
minutes. 

August IS, 1909. — Muncy Wingfield. Driver, 24, Negro, Tidewater 
Mine. He was driving two mules hitched to the car in some way, 
the car struck a slate prop therby knocking it out letting the slate 
down on him. 

August 24, 1909. — Samuel Toney, Slate Foreman, 34, American, Nor- 
folk Mine. Instantly killed by fall of slate. 

August 31, 1909. — Sulvester Booth, Jr., Traper,p 15, American, 
Cretta No. 5 Mine. His signal being misunderstood by the motor- 
man, the motor was derailed and the boy was caught and was 
fatally injured. 

September 1st, 1909. — John Mascon, Miner. 52, Slavish, Lynchburg 
Mine. He was putting in an undercut, when a piece of ccal fell 
on him and crushed his left temple, which proved a fatal injury. 

September 1st, 1909. — >Lee Spencer, Driver, 21, American, Shaw- 
nee Mine. While waiting for miner to finish loading car, a kettle 
bottom fell, knocking himdown, injuring him fatally. He was taken 
to the hospital at Welch, where he died seven hours later. 

September 1. 1909. — Isaac Brown, Slate man, 50, Negro, Peerless 
Mine. He was loading car of slate when a piece fell, killing him. 

September 2, 1909. — Peter Sermonci, Slate man, 40, Slavish, Green- 
brier Mine. He was killed by fall of slate. He was an expert slate 
man and examined this piec e of slate before working under it and 
considered it all right. 

September 3, 1909. — Elza Collins, Motorman. 32. American, Virginia- 
Pocahontt's Mine. He seems to have raised his head and caught a con- 
cave in the roof, and his head was crushed against the motor, killing 
him. 

September 3 ; 1909. — Harry Pruitt, Miner, 2 6, American, Huffer 
Mine. Instantly killed by piece of draw slate. 

September 7. 1909. — W. M. Stamey. Miner. 36, American, United State.? 
No. 12 Mine. It is believed this man disobeyed orders and took his post 
down to finish cleaning up his place. He was killed by fall of slate while 
loading coal after the machine had cut it. 

September 7, 1909. — Lee Saunders. Slateman, 40. American. United 
States No. 7 Mine. He had dynamite caps in his hand or pocket, when 
fire fell into them, setting them off. He died of the injuries, thus in- 
flicted. 

September 7, 1909. — Glen Lindsay. Trip rider. 22, American, Dixon-Poca- 
hontas Mine. Instantly killed by electric shock. He touched trolley wire. 
while in the act jumping from car as it was derailed. 

Stptember 10. 1909. — Beauford Dillard. Machine helper, 27, Negro, Unit- 
ed States No. ?, Mine. Instantly killed by fall of slate. The machine run- 
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it. the pipe had worked it loose, amd upon removing the pipe the slate 
fell. 

September 21. 1909. — Thos. Mattico, Miner, 45, Italian, Welch Coal and 
Coke Co. Mine. This man went back into his working place after firing 
a shot without examining the top and was caught by a fall of slate, or 
was in his room at time shot went off. There were burns about his 
head and body, which would indicate that he went back o»n shot or was 
caught by slate. 

September 21, 1909. — Josh Davis, Miner, 18, Negro, Keystone Mine. 
While taking out a stump, a kettle bottom fell and struck him on the head, 
breaking his ntck. 

September 22, 1909. — W. J. Smart, Timberman, 44, American, Eureka 
Mine. He was setting a collar in room, having set one prop and properly 
wedged the end, he was at work on the other prop, when it was found to 
be too long. He attempted to knock a knob off collar with axe, when slate 
fell, killing him instantly. 

October 2, 1909. — A. Alexander, Driver, 22, Negro. Piney Mine. He was 
riding on front end of car. going down a slight grade, and his light went 
cut. The mules checked up and he was swinging around the side of the 
car and was caught between the car and side and rolled off with fatal 
results . 

October 8, 1909. — Robert Clark, Miner, 35, Negro, Roanoke Mine. In- 
stantly killed by fall of kettle bottom. This was purely accidentol. 

October S, 1910. — Pete Jenner. Timbermu, 40, Hungarian, Houston No. 
2 Mine. Instantly killed by fall of slate. This was the result of careless- 
ness and negligence, as he should have taken down the piece of slate in- 
stead of timbering it. 

October 16, 1909. — W. O. Wilburn, Miner, 41, American, Norfolk Mine. 
He wos injured by fall of slate in his working place and taken to the 
Welch Hospital, where he died soon after arrival. 

October 26, 1909. — Frank Bensey, Laborer, 51, Husgarian, Shamokin 
Mine. He was caught in between motor and car and mashed through hips 
and abdomen, resulting in death. 

November 5, 1909. — Joseph Sam, Miner, 32, Italian, North Side Mine. 
In crossing between two cars, his face or head came in contact with the 
electric wires, and he died in less than fifteen minutes. 

November 6, 1909. — Thos. Tsimbidis, Alias John Batos, 40, reGek, Pow- 
hatan Mine. Killed by fall of kettle bottom. 

November 9, 1909. — Gordon Felts, Motorman, 24, American, Shomokin 
Mine. Killed instantly by electric shock. 

November 10, 1909. — Alexander Derdo, Track cleaner, 50, Roumanian, 
Berwind No. 3 Mine. He was cleaning the track, when he heard a run-a- 
way car, and became excited. He stepped out of place of safety to one of 
danger, and was struck by car. His skull was fractured and body mang- 
led so that he died. 

November 11, 1909. — James Younger, Miner, 22, Negro, Virginia-Poca- 
hontas No. 2 Mine. Instantly killed by fall of slate. 

November 11, 1909. — M. L. Carter, Miner, 40, Negro, Virginia- Pocahon- 



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tas No. 2 Mine. Instantly killed by fall of slate. This was an unforeseen 
acc'dent, as the place seemed perfectly secure. 

November 26, 1909. — Thos. Uras, Miner, 42, Pole, Peerless Mine. Two 
men we^ driving a break through from 15 to 16 room. The shot went 
through and the coal fell on this man, who was working in room 16. They 
had warned him before the shot, but he returned after the first shot had 
beeu fired, which was about five minutes. 

December 1, 1909.— W. Wells, Miner and Rockman, 35, Negro, United 
States No. 11 Mine. Instantly killed by dynamite shot in solid rock. He 
was attempting to clean out hole that had failed to go off, which is in 
direct defiance of instructions sent out by the Departmest of Mines. 

December 2, 1909. — Pedro Mundocky, Coal Loader, 28, Polish, United 
States No. 10 Mine. He was digging down loose coal at the face of his 
room, when without warning the draw slate broke close to the face, 
knocking out the props. He jumped aside, but too late and was caught 
and injured so badly that he died in a half hour. 

December 6, 1909. — Gus Dillard, Miner, 40, American, Gilliam Mine. 
Supposed to have been lying down, digging coal when some coal from 
above fell on him. He was dead when found. 

December 6, 1909. — John Ansom, Track Layer and Timberman, 37, Ita- 
lian. McDowell Mine. He was laying track and setting pillars, when he 
accidently knocked out a prop, which resulted in a piece of slate falling 
on him and injuring him fatally. He died in twenty minutes. 

December 8, 1909. — Jim Dechristo, Miner, 18, Italian, United States No. 
2 Mine. He shot a cut that had been made by machine and did not break 
up in front but loosed at back of cut. He placed his car too close to face 
to allow himself any room. While shoveling, cut fell, catching him on 
end of car, causing death. 

December 9, 1909. — Joe Sack, Timberman, 38, Russian, Norfolk Mine. 
There were no witnesses to this accident. They found slate was on him 
and he was dead. It is supposed he was killed instantly. 

December 9. 1909. — C. J. Alberty, Miner, 35, American, United States No. 
11 Mine. Supposed to have been thawing six sticks of dynamite over a 
lamp, when they exploded and killed him instantly. 

December 9, 1909. — R. J. Sellenburger, 25, American, United States No. 
11 Mine. Supposed to have been thawing six sticks of dynamite over a 
lamp, when they exploded, killing him instastly. 

December 10, 190.9 — Alxander Dode, Track cleaner, 50, Roumanian, Ber- 
wind No. 3 Mine. A run-a-way car went over him, causing fractured skull 
and other injuries from which he died. 

December 15, 1909. — Joe Shortis, Miner, 40, Hungarian, Crozer No. 1 
Mine. He was making an undercut in his room and there was slip in the 
coal near one rib and not knowing the slip was there, he left his sprag too 
far over to the opposite rib, and when he cut under about two feet, the 
coal fell off at the slip, killing him instantly. 

December 20, 1909, Frank Malamanci, Slatenian, 25, Italian, Tidewater 
Mine. The cause of this accident was unavoidable by anyone, as the 
place in which Malamanic was at work was well propped and seemed to 



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be in safe condition, but the slate broke loose from over top and fell in 
killing him. 

December 20, 1909. — Walter Sheppard, Driver, 38, American, Empire 
Mine. A car left the track and struck rib, causing slate to fall on Shep- 
paid, crushing him to death. 

December 30, 1909. — Pete Cornanuke. Miner, 36, Russian, Crozer, No 2 
Mine. He was down on his knees, undercutting his coal when it fell on 
him, killing him instantly. About one hour before the accident the as- 
sistant mineforeman had admonished him about being careful on account 
of the loose coal. 

January 6, 1910. — John Sluck, Miner, 19, Slavish, Turkey Gap Mine. He 
was injured by fall of slate, and died in about three hours afterwards. 

January 6, 1910. — Mike Tokosh. Jr., Brakeman, 18, Hungarian, Norfolk 
Mine. In trying to replace the trolley pole, he came in contact with the 
wire and was almost instantly killed. 

January 8, 1910.— Wm. Milford, Miner, 36, Negro, Slick Rock Mine. He 
was making cut across face of room, when coal fell on him killing him 
instantly. 

January 12, 1910. — J. J. Kegley, Miner, 40, American, United States No. 
12 Mine. Killed by fall of slate that gave no warning. 

January 17, 1910. — Ches Hurt, Miner, 25, American, McClaren Mine. 
This man was shooting coal for a contractor, and it is supposed, as there 
were no witnesses, that he thought the squib had gone out, and went 
back to relight it, and in so doing the shot went off and he was killed by 
real from this shot. 

January 24, 1910. — John Frazier, Spragger. 19, American, United States 
No. 3 Mint. He was run over by mine cars and had both legs broken from 
which injury he died next day. 

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