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OF CLARKSBURG'S SOCIAL AC TIVITIES. j sm?rk? ?bont People jon Know. Hon. c. j. Goff left for Wash ufton Sunday. . Hod. Chas. Lynch was at Salem on legal business Monday. Mike Tom Kearns attended [j.** ua!' iti \? baton "Wednesday I tver.'.nsr. * IN * Ralph Reynolds spent Sunday I | ffith parents in Baltimore. 1 John Currence is on the sick I list this week. Scott firiftin has been sick for |' several days. F. B. Haymaker was at Monon | gjh Monday. Harrison Cork was at Farnum | Monday. Walter Sedwick was at Fair | moot Monday. Hon. Jno. Pendleton was here | Monday Hon. Jno. J. Davis was at | Grafton Monday. ff. P. Holdea. Esq., left for | N'ew York Monday eveniug. Mr. J. M. Pinnell, of Buck | hannon, was here Monday. Miss Willa Lowe,of Shinnston, | was here Saturday. Col. A. G. Smith left for Union I town, Pa.. Monday evening. Col. B. Wilson is in Washing | ton. D. C. E. i!. Warner is spending a few | days with friends at Petroleum. A. C. Osborn was at Ambleas |.burg Tuesday. Mr, Walker Monroe was at ffilsonburg Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Sands were at Fairmont Wednesday. Hood Horner and Will Lewis were in Grafton Wednesday. Rev. A M. Bennett was in Buckhannon Sunday and Mon day. Cashier Luther Raymond has | been complaining for several days. Hon. J. P. Clifford and Ex Mayor Jno. C. Vance, are in Charleston. Mrs. Lemuel Alexander was |.visiting relatives in Salem this week. Sen Fortney, of Clarksburg, is Seriously ill at his fathers W. P. Fortney.?Fairmont Free Prerni. Mrs. Franklin Maxwell, of West Union, who has been visit ing her son Brent, returned home Monday. Mr. D. M. Morris and wife, who have been yisiting R. F. Pike. left for Parkcrsburg Wednesday. Mr. U. E. Martin, of Shinnston, gave us a call Thursday and says lie contemplates making < mcinnati his future home. Mi.=s Cora Ogden, one of Fair mont's most popular young adies. was here several days, ?ne guest of her cousin, Mrs. Russell Horner. Miss Bessie Minnick will be missed from a circle of yourg people of which she is a charm ing member. She will attend school at Washington the re mainder of the winter. Ji'osVery p?pular y?uiis Mies. Misses Ida and Mamie uaymorid. are the guests of their aunt- Mrs. Mary Goff, at 1200 N. -V W.. Washington, D. C. "icy will remain several weeks. Chas. M. Hart, Esq.. departed on Saturday for Pueblo, Col. (?it. Hart will be missed from our uy as he is one of our. substan !'*'?>'ounK men. We hope his L?'th ,n?y be greatly benefitted "y the climate of Colorado. "scar Wingrove, who has been ?n Montana several years, passed through town Friday, where he *>11 spend a week ?r two at his atliiT, M. P.Wingrove's.?Buck hannon Manner. rhe following is a list of un 1 a'nied letters remaining in the | Post office January 31, 1893 : ''-'I . Dorsey. E. Fox, Lewis Alathanson. ?'ames Steele. (2) " W. Boughneii, P. M. Hand the Telegram reporters n?tes of any news that you have nod you will confer a a\0r ai,d at the same time help s 'n getting up a spicy paper. l-ditor Channing M. Smith, of arkersburg, and G. A. Hichle, ""and Patriarch. Encampment. . 1 O. F,. passed through the J'y last Tuesday en route for J"""1, where an Encampment | ^instituted. Mr. Smith was ? l easant visitor at the Tele I liAM oditoiial rooms. I T. T. Wallis is very low with J typhoid fever. The many friends of Miss Delia j Renshaw will be glad to hear of her restoration to health after a brief illness. The ladies of the Episcopal church will give an oyster sup per at the residence of Mrs. Harriet Goff on Pike street, on Wednesday evening, February 8th. 1893. from 54 to 11 o'clock. We acknowledge an invitation to attend the funeral of Charles P. Ohley, who died at his home in Palatine last Sunday. Mr. Ohley was a brother of our friend W. A. Obley, Secretary of State. The interment took place at WooUlawn cemetery on Tuesday. The Telegram appreciates the kindness of those who con tribute items for its local, social and general news columns, It is in this manner that we get many interesting notes. It is by your neglect of this duty that the Telegram often fails to learn of your improvements, the sick ness of your friends, the arrival of your relative from a distant State, and many other things you would like to have us men tion. ??? THE ??? The condition of the streets and alleys of Clarksburg could hardly be in a worse condition. Trader's Alley is now piled full of decaying matter of the most offensive character. The snow remaining for so long a period preserved everything and then went off leaving vast quantities of foreign matter deposited in the gutters and about the streets. The dreadful typhoid fever is again attacking our people. The streets must be cleaned up. We learn that the council have' al ready acted on the matter; but let the work be done thoroughly and at once. Messrs. Smithfield & Joyce have opened a Merchant Tailor store in Ebert House Block, and will carry a full line of spring and summer samples. Before purchasing elsewhere examine their goods, Prices * the lowest and satisfaction guaranteed. 12tf. The beautiful home of Mr. Jno. E. Stealey was badly dam aged by fire one night this week. The house is situated on the hill beyond the fair grounds and the less will be about $300. R. L. C. Zinn. formerly fore man on the New*, of this city is now pianist for a traveling varie ty opera. CIRCUIT COURT. G. P. Randall guardian vs. E. E. Randall, Guardian authoriz ed to expend $>300 to school his ward. Thomas Hurst, trustee, vs Martha J. Hurst, &c. Money directed to be paid to the receiv er of the court. Robert T. Williams vs. Thos. Williams. Committee appointed for Thos. Williams. Eva and Stella Morris vs. T. M. Bailey, adm'r. Decree of sale of land. Harmon T. Shreve vs. Char lotte Shreve, &c. Partition of land made. Edmund Southern vs. Fred W. Coffman. Decree for plaintiff to pay Coffman $81.46.100 and cause dismissed. . P. A. Robinson vs. Fred W. Coffman. Decree for sale of land. Benj. A. Coffman vs. Jedediah Coffman. Decrees to partition land. State of W. Va, vs. L. Ash and others, referred to com'r Harvey W. Harmer. B. F. Ramage adm'r vs. Rachel Ramage. &c. Decree to re-sell Doddridge county land. H. F. Garrett vs. M.G. Holmes adm'r. Sale of house and lot. Lvda A. Flanagan vs. Mary C. Wilkins, &c. Decree to partition land. R. T. Lowndes, Ac. vs. Field ing Shreve, &c. Sale of coal land of Shreve. Slingluff Disney & Co. vs C. W. Law. Cause dismissed} Virginia Steel, guardian vs. Blanche Ste&l. Guardian au thorized to expend money to school ward. Owen Hawker vs. Wilson Moore. Decree of sale. A. H. Chevalier, guardian, vs. Jacob F. Cork, Sale of infants. Edna Cheavlier's land made. John 1. Edwards vs. J. C.Bart lett. Dectee, distributing money. LOCAL NEWS. UATHKRE11 FROM DUFERE5T ASM YARIOl'S PLACES. Produce high. Weather warm. Eggs?how good. | Judge Maxwell is well at the head off the Republican side in the House of Delegates.?Ritchie Gazette. Kev. Joseph Lee has been ap pointed to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Rev. L. L. Stew art. presiding elder of the Par kersburg circuit. M. E. church^ Mr. Lewis Deison met with a very painful accident while paint ing in the Store room of R. T. Lowndes one day this week. He was dusting off a shelf and some chemical powders tlew in his eyes. A. W. Martin and a little niece arrived a few days since from Clarksburg, W. Va.. ? aDd. after stopping one day at the Cum mings, went to the hortfe of Jos. Workman on Boyle avenue. where they are now visiting.? Los Angeles (Cal.) Time#. | The new city council met at the City Hall on Wednesday night and re-elected nearly all the old city officers. Jesse Money penny was appointed city as sessor. The present police force has been increased "by the ap pointment of Andrew Lyon. Our genial James Smith is still ser geant and chief of police. Robert Offutt, of Morgansville, was in the city Monday, and while coming down the granite steps at the postoffice, -accident ally fell and severely injured his ankle. He was carried to the Walker House where he remained for treatment. He was on his way to New York and the acci dent occurred just when his train was about due. WORLD'S Frank Core has returned from Parkersburg. Timothy. Clover and Blue Grass seed for sale by K. Tt Lowndes. j Campbell & Co.. will soon lo cate their book store in the rootii formerly occupied by Charle^ Davis on Third street. Chas. Davis has left for Nelson ville. Ohio, to accept a clerkship in a large manufacturing estab ment Our enterprising townsman, Mr. J. W. Thorn is preparing to erect a splendid dwelling for himself on Chestnut street, ad joining the new residence of Mr. Chas. J. Goff. On Tuesday, at his study, Rev. Evans united in marriage Miss Icie Kirby, of Mt. Clare, this county, and H. C. Hyson, of Grafton; and Miss Carrie Whit ing and Geo. Eckle, of this county. The Society of Christian En deavor held a sunrise prayer meeting on Thursday morning that was well attended and greatly enjoyed by the members. It was held at the Baptist church. The two great revival meetings are still going on in our city. ( At Goff Chapel the attendance and good results are plainly ap-! parent. The meetings at,the Baptist Church are still being1 crowned with glorious results. The membership of each church from present indications, will be increased by at least thirty. Mr. Bartholdi, of Palatine,; Marion county, advertised in the , Telegram for a cow that was lost. Mr. Chas. Green sw the advertisement and notified Mr. Bartholdi of the whereabouts of his cow. Moral:?It pays to advertise in the Telegram Mr. Fordvce also found his bundle of plans and drawings that were advertised last week, j Don't forget about the concert on February 22nd and 23rd. Everything possible is being done to make it a success, You will hear all the best singers of Clarksburg and one of Buckhaa non's favorites. Remember that every cent left after paying ex penses will be used in buying books for the public school libra ry. for vour children and their children. Sixty-live volumes have been secured already and the prospects are very encouraging tor a handsome sum from the concert. "Flavor Flavorious" (?). -Aunt Betsy Tucker, wife of Dau'l D. Tucker, died suddenly at lier homo near this place, on last Saturday afternoon, at four i^ielock. after an illness of but one day. Last Sunday morning Mr. tt. W. Eddins, of Baltimore, stop ping at Skinner's Tavern, slipped and fell on the steps that go from the front porch to the street, breaking his right arm at the wrist. ? Miss Charlotte Wilson, who lias been teaching in the public ools, resigned her position it week, and the vacancy was ed by the appointment of Miss Hie Miller, of Covington. Ky.. who has been making her homo here with the family of her cou sin. J. E. Sands, Esq. Miss Miller began her duties on Mon day morning last. Miss Wilson will go with her parents to Cum berland, Maryland.?Fairmont Mirier. Marrlare*. SThe following marriage licenses have been recordod since our last | issue : Benjamin Monroe. Julia M. Howe, age 24, William L. Hart, aj Lucinda Morrison, age 17. Henry C. Hyson, age 26 to Icie | Kirby, age 21. ? Edward T. Gifford, age 40 to | Mary V. Mclntire, age 22. George Eckle. age 30, to Caria | M. Whiting, age 28. Transfer*. | The following real estate trans fers have been recorded since | our last issue : |u. C. Swiger to Mollie Swiger | 7 a.?Sardis. J. W. Hess to J. M. Amos, coal | privilege. ?Eagle. ii W. Scott com'r to Jauies A. Griffith 57 a.?Coal. I Eli Lyon to W. G. Lyon 5 a, 105 p.?Sardis. John Bassel com'r to C. Sprigg Sands i interest in 10 a.?Clark " John Bassel Special com'r to Sprigg Sands 170$ a.?Eagle. W. Scott Special com'r to Geo. W. Fenton 1 lot?Sardis. John W. Barnes to Edmund B. Rogers 30 a. ?Sardis. John Bassel Special com'r to Mary R. GofT li a, \ p.?Clark. Mordecia Smith to Commercial "Coal and Coko Company 86 66-1C0 a. of coal?Coal. D. C. Louchery to Granville H. Davis interest in Louchery block ?Ten Mile. Same to same, &c. same.?Ten Mile. Druzilla E. Hill to Mary V, Saylor 1 lot?Clark. * FAIR * The many friends of Miss Bertie Post, of Lewis county, who attended the Academy and Seminary at this 'place, will be interested to hear of her marri age on the 18th inst. to Mr. Will Rhodes, of Lewis county. Mrs. A. V. Brinkman and daughter, Mary, went to Clarks burg Mpnday to attend the bed side of Fred. Bachman, who is seriously ill with typhoid fever. Aa epidemic of typhoid fever has caused the death of seven men, .employees on Burns & Dyers' saw mill on Laurel creek in Webster county. Several others are seriously ill of the same malady. Misses Ellen Mulheran and Maggie Ryan, of Clarksburg, were here over Sunday. Miss Mulheran returned home Mon day while Miss Ryan will visit relatives on Sand Fork for soma time.? World. Before purchasing your spring suit, call and see us. A sure lit and the best of workmanship guaranteed. Call on Smithfleld & Joyce. Merchant Taylors. 12. Attriitlon l.iiilic?. Miss Maggie Tricket makes a specialty of teaching the Natipnal > Garment System and drtss mak ing of every description, The ladies are cordially invited to call at her rooms attheChapin home, opposite the Episcopal church on Main Street, Clarksburg, W. Va. 53-ly. STRA^ ED.?On the 5th day of November last, a cow strayed from my premises. She was about ten years old, light red in color, white face and white line back, fairly wide horned with a gimlet hole in each horn. Any inform ition will be thankfully received, and all expenses will bo paid. Leave information at this office, or, Bruce Barthold, Pala tine. W. Va. 11-2t Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S Gov't Report. baking Powder j&s&sm ABSOLUTELY PURE AT REST. has claimed another beautiful Me. A patient sufferer, apuro (biistian and a most gentle, oving mother has been called to her home beyond the -rivor of death." She was ne\;er heard to murmur or complain, although hor suffering was intense. Sbo was ready when death's angel came and quietly her spirit wing ed its flight with the heavenly messenger to the Paradise of j ?ften. when those who bo dearly loved her. stood by her bed side, they saw in her count enance that expression of peace that comes only to the redeemed. Mrs. Thompson was married to Wra. J. Thompson January 31st, 1849. Soon afterward they both united with the church, liv ing faithful Christian lives till God called the husband from this life,-30 years ago. Since then she has had a widow's care of raising a family of five children, our of whom stand as monuments to her religious zeal, tho other having gone to her home in Heaven. The loss sustained by the children, friends and church of which she was a member Is | irreparable. Our b carta are heavy net] no re, I Aml *?' feci lonely IW ?lentil haa euter?d tho door, Ami taken our motli-r away. Her voice no more we'i! hoar, Her form uo more we ll We .adly miaa thee mother dear' We deeply monru for thee. Deareat mother, you have left u?, And the loaa we deeply feel . But t?aa (lod that hath bereft na, He nan all ouraorrowa heal. When thia life of bitter pain, With its troublea all are o ur We hope to meet our mother alrain ? Where partinK will be no more The bill to provide a reform school for girls was side tracked in the West Virginia Senate. We presume the Senate, like the rest of us, considers the girls all angels and of course they need no reform school. I he people of Shinnston have been asked to entertain the con ference convention of the Y. P. S. C. E., in June. Miss Ella Sturms who has been teaching school at Elkins re turned home Friday, on account of sickness. Her sister Miss Jessie will complete her term. Mr. Jonathan Fortney, of Fort Scott, Kansas, died a fow days ago. Mr. Fortney was for many years a resident of this place, biswifo aged 85. one son and one daughter survives him. Sam Mctntire, son of Presley Mcintire, near Adamsville, died Friday morning of typhoid fever. This makes the third son who has died in tho past ten days. Shinnston Times. edition. The Equitable Ufe Assurance Society. " large quantity Timothy, Clover and Blue Gi a i i v NO* AdmrJ. T. Parland deo'd. . , _ J*o. J. Davis. AdmrJ. T. Parland deo'd. This letter speaks for itself matting two things very clear First, the earnest haste of the sqfUiitfinle?Lire Assurance Society ^ .'J8 """tract, which was so made that there was no ques tion nltnntitc .. 1 r Subscribe for the 'lY.i.i.cam. tho leading paper in Central West Va. . The Weston Rtpuhliruu s;iys that many people In that section ??wear out tho knees of thoir pants at revival mooting praying in the winter ami tho souls out backsliding in the summer." Just take a rear view of Bro. Holt's breeches if you don't b& Hove it!?Awf. Dr. George M. Holt. Dentist, will bo in his Clarksburg office February 1st, and remain !i0 days. SO-tf late Totals. What I'romlnrut lluslneas Men Are lining. Trimmed hat* mnl other apocialtie* for ladies ?o)il at cost now by Mm 1'reJ Lucy. Mtkin street. 0*11 aud Kut bar gains. Senil ns tho amount <lno on yoursub seription we want to close up our sa oonnt*. You can buy the best bargains in sad kurnsu, bhinkets, rolics. horae goods unit harness oil ut \\. II Hursey ? on I'ike street. Heat Grade Cabinet riiotogr;phn well mounted, Artinto Paper, 1' ine. Finish?TbOUMOM UHos.,Cor. I'ike and Chestnut NOTICE TO~OONTRAOTOHS Tho undersignod, spociul commis sioner appointed lit tho Dooembcr turm of the Harrison County Court, will re aeive wuilml bidB for the construction of a bridge ncroHH Hiker's oreok,near;th<' residence of J. J. Gusman, until l?cb. 'JO, 18911, according to the lileum anil specifi cations furnished liy the Court. I lu? atouo work uud w<mm1 work will be lut out under separuto contracts. The right is reserved to reject nny or ?ll bids. W. L. Huoiim. l(Mt JeneLow, W. V*. OTICE NO STOCKHOLDERS Hie Stockholders ol the Went Vir ginia Business College of Clarksburg, W. Va., are hereby iiotilleil and r.siucs ted to meet at the office of hbuI College i in Clarksburg, W. Va., on Tuesday the IMtli day of Jiiminry, 1*113, for the pur pone of electing ? Hoard of Director* for the ensuing year and for the purpose of enacting by-lawa for tho government of said corporation. 8-3t| A. C. Dayis President Clarksburg Murkels. |BKI'OKT*U W*r.KLY IIV h. T IMII?| Bn'.ur.? 5 ????? Cltiakens. \iiuiik. v ? K?k?.??>"? - ":ul" SbuuiiXr5:lcoanlrr Ham", I Halt.* bbl M? ?$* tefcit::::::::::::::::::: Tallow, V ft... .... .........a.. ?? * 1 ???? I Green Apple* \*w Potatoe* . ........ ! tu mi p?'.*..... ? * - ?- ? ? * mm Onions ???? I Turkey,droned ,v ; Dried Apple* ...... ? I Dried P^ehe?.w j,u Timothy ae?l Clover * Keutueky BlueOra** '. ? J ===?===3 Of TMK I FLOWERS.'! ' s ?iB2&??' ASK FOR Q\ NewYcrk. FINE CANDIES. IN SEALED PACKAGES WILL NUSBAUM'3. Having made arrangements with a responsible tirm, I am now prepared to furnish cut flowers for funerals, weddings or balls on shortest notice. W. Nubbaum, Agent._ Here We Are. We have them always on hand. LAWYERS, JUSTICES AND OTHERS Needing Blanks, Deeds, Warrants, Executions, Trust Deeds, Subpa1 nns, Summons, Ahsraet of Deeds, Fort hcomi iig Bonds. Just ice's Stair Bonds, Notice to Take Deposi tions, Constable's Stile, Notice to Trespassers,' can be accommo dated at the Tkleobam office. Our Blank Deeds are on Triple Extra White Bond Paper. Try them and you will use no others.