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ittentUn Ladle*.
Miss Maggie Tricket makes a
specialty of teaching the National
Garment System and dress mak
ing of every description. The
ladies are cordially invited to call
at her rooms at the Chapin home,
opposite the Episcopal church
on Main Street, Clarksburg,
were owing us your subscription?
Kindly pay up as we dislike the
idea of having to collect.
?Wh v pay a big price for sad
ales and harness when you can
buy them so cheap at Wm. 8.
Sumner's tennerv west Mains!
When Baby waa nick, we gave her Caatoria.
When ahe wm; a, Child, aho cried for Caatoria.
When alio became Mian, rtie clang to Ciutoria.
Wben she had Children,aho gave them Castoria.
Act on a new principle?
regulata the Um, ?^arti
and bowels through thi
mtwi. Du. Mi lib Pnia
ipeeiffly cure blllouHnees,
torpiu liver aad constipa
tion. Smallest, mildest,
rarest! SO'loaefl.25 <-ta.
Samples tree at nruirrists.
Dr. iun Bei".. Co., Elikart, lit.
For sale by H. L. Wells.
^ftLTGR 5eDWICK.
Bus Line and Express.
?:0:?
Splendid conveyances to meat
all trains.
Passengers called ior in any
part of the city.
Elegant carriages for weddings,
funerals, &c.
Accidents Unheard Of.
Only careful drivers employed.
CHARACTER!
TREE of LIFE and
TREEofDEATH.
Two Paintings 19x20 Inches.
-?3-Flnely Lithographed In Fine Colors
each. The Grandest and Most striking
lllUHtratlon of
HUMAN CHARACTER tVER PAINTED
LOOKOUT FOR KIY AGFNTS!
BUY THESE PICTURES! GET HAPPY NOW,
AND BE HAPPY FOREVER!
AGENTS WANTED!
Rev. J.A.Hammond,
10-24] West Union. W. To,
now to Inw > \ttlooM.
One of jronr contemporaries the otfca*
day Itpoke of a certain judffc, not one
hnndred mile* away from this city, who
refused to swear a witness until he
ejected "achawofterbaclcy." lie must
be a blood relation of that other judge
In the new state of Washington, be
fore whom an ex-soldlcr of oar late clrll
war appeared as a witness.
"Hold ap your right arm," said the
Judge.
"Can't do It"
"Why notr
"Got shot in that arm."
"Then hold up yonr left."
"Can't do that naythcr?got shot In
t'other one, too."
"Then hold up yonr leg. No man can
be sworn in this court without holding
up something."?Once a Week.
A Psati-I.
First Boy?Where ye goin'?
Second lioy?Down to tlr store.
"What for?"
'?1 forget. Where yon goln'7"
"To th' store."
"What for 7"
"X forget"
"Well, let's go together." ?Good
News.
liar Ufa ? Failure.
Mrs. Oofrequent?I have always been
envious of your clear, beautiful com
plexion, Mrs. Jumpup.
Mrs. .lumpup?O, don't speak of my
complexion! It always mortifies me.
It's the only peculiarity I brought with
mo from the country thot I haven't
been ablo to overcome.?Chicago Trib
une.
A Alain, Mann Man.
Mr. Crewcll?If I hud known you
were going to hnvo fried beefsteak I
would have asked Bromley to dinner.
Mrs. Crewcll?Bromley to dinner] I
thought you hated him.
Mr. Crewcll?I do.?Puck.
Eipaat New Yorkers.
Mr. Gotham?Do the Chicago folks
expect many visitors from Now York
duHng the world's fair?
Chicago Boy?I gucsso. Mos' every
body is buyin' burglar-proof safes.?
Good News.
A CAUSE FOU WONDERMENT.
Tilly (to Lizzie)?-Why do they al
ways oat them turtles green; ain't
they good when they're ripe??Life.
The Telboram's circulation during
the last six months, is without a pre
cedent in the history of journalism in
Clarksburg. We do not ask you to look
at the list ?f names ortlgures only,
but after looking at the names you are
requested to visit th? presfc room and
see tiie papers. Our guarantee is that
we print aud send through the Postoffice
more newspapers than auy other paper
iu the county. tf
DR. A. S. TODD'S
Anti-bilious or Liver Pills.
IN USE OVER SIXTY YEARS.
Nothing ever known to equal them. Always
safe and reliable.
Plain or Sugar Cost?d. Hold by all DreygUt*. j
Laughlin's Worm Syrup,
A PERFECT VERMIFUGE
Fur the Destroying.of Worms.
Vegetable In Its composition; pleasant to the
taste and effectual In Its purpose.
TWENTV-FIVR CENTS.
LAUGHUN'S
INFANT CORDIAL.
THE CHILD'S CURE WHEN TEETHING.
Softens the Gums. Allays the Pain, Reduces
Inflammation. Controls the Dowels, Curing
Summer Complaint. Dysentery, Diarrhoea,
Flatulence, Wlud Colic, Sir.. Sold by all Deal
OTS. Price 25c. per bottle.
JOilN G. McLAUi & SON. Proprietors.
Wheeling, W. Va,
WANTED.
GOOD SALESMEN.
To sell Nursery Stock on Commission.
We desire also to call the attention of
the
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS
_n , < Fine Line of
(.Nursery - Stock
tlmt wo will linvo for full delivery. For
prices cull on or address
G. W. SOUTHERN & SONS,
P. O. Box 00.
Clarksburg. [25 tf.] AV. Va.
SUSANNA.
PREPARED
BY ?
DR. L. .A DAVIDSON,
West Milford
WEST - - VIRGINIA.
SUSANNA,
Tho popular remedy for children.
It is a positi ve cure for cholera in
fantum ami all summer diarrlueit. A
preventative and cure for scarlet
fever. A cure for dyspepsia aud all
stomach disorder*.
Below we give the names of our
agents in Harrison county who have
bought and paid for "Susanna" and
will supply the demands.
Cunningham Bros. & Co.. Clarks
btug* W. Horner, Lost Creek ;Perine
& Davis, Good Hope: G. W. Morri
son, Mt Clare; Francis Bros., Wil
sonburg; A. O, Barnes, Bridgeport;
Mike Post, .Tarvisvillc, ,T. C. Bartlett
& Co , West Milford; Mike Dolan,
Wolf Summit; T. L. Bailey, Rey
noldsville; Mrs. W. B. Stephens,
Sycamore Dale, R S. Ogdeu, Sardis;
F. H. Wilcox & Co., Wyatt; Mrs.
Lib Jarrett, at the blind nmn'sstflre,
Shinnston;E. A. Wilson, Salem; H.
W. Winter, Flrmington; Bailey &
Burnside, Benson; R. F. Stout, Quiet
Dell; Lewis & Queen, Johutown and
Rock ford; Geo. B. Patton & Co.,
Craigraoor.
Dr. L. A. Davidson.
28 West Milford, W. Va,
LITERARY CHATTER.
Lai>t Gomxnr In her search through
English librarlen tor book* written by
women has discovered a pamphlet on
rights of women, published in 1(90 by
Mory AssclL Its title is "Adrico to T.a
dies."
It is stated that Mr. Gladstone has
Intimated definitely his Intention to ap
point a poet laureate in succession to
Lord Tennyson. The difficulty in mak
ing the selection has, however, not yet
been overcome. %
Tiie novel called "An Exquisite
Fool," which has attracted considerable
attention, turns out to be by Miss
I'qynter, the author <>f "My Little'
Lady." The publishers thought so high
ly of It that they resolved on the exper
iment of issning it anonymously.
A discission concerning tlio longest
words used in the English language has
recalled to one of the participants that
"dlsestablislnncntarlanlsm" was used
by many English and Irish newspapers
at the time of the disestablishment of
the Irish church, about 1871, and found
its way into the house of commons.
Mils. Lucv Hi IIoopeb, the noted
Paris correspondent, wus born in Phil
adelphia and was a great heiress.
Ileavy pecuniary losses led her to adopt
literature as a profession, and In lier
pretty Parisian home sho writes much,
but contrives to entertain nearly all the
distinguished Americans who visit the
gay capital.
TREE, VINE AND FLOWER.
An American vine plantation has
been laid out in South Africa, but, ow
ing to a scarcity of American Tines,
only 11,000 riparia und rupestris wore
planted The study will be of Interest
owing to tho varieties of character and
composition of the soil. '
PBOBAni.r bouse plants are more fre
quently injured liy too much than by too
little water, but now tlint the days are
getting longer it is advisable to push
them into growth, and, therefore, the
supply of water should be Increased
with the supply of light
Ah interesting flg tree in the palm
house in Central park bears its Inedible
fruit directly updn the trunk and larger
limbs. One bunch of well developed
figs is growing down within a few
inches of the ground directly upon the
trunk, which at thispointisflirec inches
in diameter.
Tiib national flower of Greece Is the
violet; Egypt, the lotus; England, the
rose; France, the fleur-de-lis; Germany,
the cornflower; Ireland, the shamrock;
Italy, the lily; Saxony, tho mignonette;
Scotland, tho thistle; Spain, the pome
granate; Wales, tho leclc. Canada has a
national tree, the sugar maple, as has
also Prussia, tho linden.
MEN OF MANY LANDS.
Cecil Wor.ri:, private secretary tp
Lord Randolph Churchill, is bankrupt,
owing {88,000 and having no assets.
The ameer of Bokhara, it is reported,
has arranged to surrender his dominions
to the czar of Russia?which exercises a
protectorate over them?for 13,500,000
and a pension of $50,000 a year.
Riaz 1'asha, the new' Egyptian
premier, is Baid to be a pronounced
anglophobist and to l>e further notable
for his overweening belief In himself
and his inflexible tenacity of purpose.
Count Leo Tolstoi, who spent hLs
time and fortune a year ago In alleviat
ing the sufferings of the starving Rus
sians, now asserts that drunkenness
was one of the great causes of the fam
ine.
It is known that the Turkish sultan
has always declined to have his portrait
painted or to bo photographed, and is
consequently on guard against the
treacherous instantaneous camera. A
portrait has, nevertheless, been taken
of his majesty, and appears in the East
ern and Wostern Review.
SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE
Allow o cough to run until it gets be
yond the reach of medioino. Could they
lw induced to try Kemp's Balsam, they
would itnmediatolv see tho excellent
effect after taking the first dose. Price
liOo and #1. Trialsize free. At all Drug
gists'.
if writ hack ArattN,
or you arc all Horn out, really good lor now
tnj, it is m:ucrul debility. Try
ItHOHX'S I HON HJTTEJCS.
It will cr.e you, clennso your liver, and giv?
% sood HppetU*.
JOURNEYINGS OF ROYALTY.
During her visit to Florence Queen
Victoria will occupy tho Villa Palmieri,
where Boccaccio once lived.
Lord Cmr.p Justice Coleridge, of
England, will probably visit this conn
try during tho world's fair.
Tiie Archduke Francis Ferdinand, of
Austria, has been hospitably enter
tained at Calcutta by Sir Charles Elliott,
the lieutenant governor of liengaL
King Christian and Queen Louise of
Denmark have announced their inten
tion of spending a couple of weeks in
London with the prince and princess of
Wales after Easter.
Tiie shah of Persia, who has 10,000,
000 sterling stored in his palace, has
.been borrowing a sura from the state to
defray the cost of his summer outing to
the distant provinces of his empire. His
suite comprises 10,000 people, including
300 wives.
The ducliess of Edinburg will soon go
to St. Petersburg for a few weeks' visit
to the emperor and empress of Russia
and in the spring will go on to Bucha
rest, where 6he will stay for some time
with Prince and Princess Ferdinand of
Houmania.
HUMOR OF THE HOUR.
A Requirement.-?She?"They haven't
hung your picture up yet, have they?"
He?"No." She?"Whatare they wait
ing for?" Fie?"A balloon."?Judge.
Clerk?"Madam, is this the cash boy
that took your parcel?" Customer?
"1 think not, for he was about the age
of that boy when he started with it."?
Inter Ocean.
Chastisement.?Mrs. Chessere?"Yes,
my daughter is very fond of the piano."
Mrs. Caustique?"Indeed? Then why
does she pound it so hard every morn
ing?"?Chicago Tribune.
First Statesman?"I can truly say
that no man ever sought to bribe me."
Second Ditto?"Oh, 'well, I wouldn't be
discouraged. Your luck may change
some time or other."?Bo&ton Tran
script
Fooo?"Mj wife-is getting to bo aw
fully absent-minded." Figg?"Yes?"
"She went shopping yesterday
nd in a moment of forgetful nesa she
actually bought? so me thing."?Boston
Transcript.
Til. CotUfa futoriur Nlfht.
Pat?Won't worrok, yer honor! Wont
?rapport me wolfe an' chllder! Shpake,
Bridget; don't Oi kapc th' wolf frum th'
dure?
Bridget?Yis, yer honor, ha do; an'
U's'only to lave It open he has.?Judge.
Not * Witness.
Edith (who has dropped in)?If that
parlor lamp could talk. Ida, It could tell
of lota of kissing scrapes. no doubt
Ida?Oh. no. It ia sure to be out
when there ia anything like that going
on.?Jury.
Th.oli. to th. Vndtiukm.
Mr. Ardnp (paying for a half-peck of
potatoes)?It costs a heap to live in a
city!
Grocer?Yes, sir; but it costs a heap
more to die in a city.?Chicago Tribune.
Too Late.
Stranger?I am a literary man, mad
am, and am looking for a room. Have
you anything: that will suit me?
Landlady?No, sir. I've just rented
my last hall bedroom to a poet.?Jury.
A Good Oumi.
Phrenologist?And this bump here
donates resistance, combativeness, im
patience of restraint and forms.
Subject?Right you arc. A police
man clubbed me there last night?Life.
How Those Girl* Lore One Another.
"The trouble %vith Jack BronBon,**
said Maud, "is his good nature. lie has
never learned to say no.*'
"You couldn't have known him in
leap year," said Estclle.?Truth.
They Are Averae to That.
Hojack?As a rule tramps are not
very communicative.
Tomdik?It is true they say but lit
tie; but still they don't saw wood.?
Smith, Gray & Co.'s Monthly.
Forjfot to Aak. I
8he?The jeweler says the diamond
in my ring is not genuine.
?Um?er?he told me the ring was
real gold. I forgot to ask him about
the stone.?N. Y. Weekly.
Increasing the Noise.
Jennie?Why don't you learn how to
play on the piano?
Kittie?I guess mamma thinks I make
noise enough now about the house.?
Harper's Young People.
Getting Over It Easy.
"Carrie," said the bashful youth, with
a gasp, "if you liked somebody else
about the same as you lilce me would
you care to marry him?"?Chicago News
Record.
Unkind.
"I can prove anything-," bragged the
professor to fair Miss llarkins.
"I wish you would prove an alibi!"
moaned the young woman sotto voce.?
Life.
A Coincidence at Leant.
"They say it's a love match."
"Perhaps; but they each have a mil
lion in their own right, and the rela
tives are satisfied on both sides."?Truth.
r,*!ew?line of h?-'-iery at Miss
hj. C. Roger's. 23-3t
DR. DRUMMONDS LIGHTNING
Kcmcilv for Rheumatism has received
the unqualified endorsement of the
medioal faculty us being a safe and re
makably efficient preparation for the
relief and speedy oure of Rheumatism.
Its work is so speedy and miraculous
that benefit is felt from the first dose,
and one bottle is warranted to cure anv
2* Sou by druggists. X'rice
f.) for large bottle, or sent by prepaid
express on receipt of price by Dram
rooudI Medicine Co., 48-50 Maiden Lane,
Aew lork. Agents wanted. oytf
BUCKLEN'B ARNICA HALVE,
the best salve in the world for cats
?oH?e?'.8l0rcs'i,lloers' sult rheum, fever
n r,,1Y'-Ppo'1 luIlds' ohilblainB,
corns, and all skin eruptions, aud posi
tnely cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
Shod, or money refunded. Price 28 cents
. box- 'or sale by Clayton &
euL 12-ly
Subscribe for the Telegeam.
foreign figures.
Loxdox pays yearly in police pen
lions ?228,838, and the rest of England
pays ?218,487.
A CEX8UB of the Hungarian gypsies
taken on the last day of January this
fear shows tho total number of that
lurloua people in Hungary to be 188,000
Archbishop Walsh is reported us
jjuoting some remarkable statistics il
lustrating a great increase of habitual
drunkards in Ireland. The convictions
for drunkenness in 1887, he said, num
bered 79,000; in 1888, 87,000; in 1888,
>2,000, and in 1801, 100,828.
Laxd in Great Britain sold at consid
erably higher prices last year than dur
ing the two years previous. The statis
tics of sales show that in England 83,
284 acres were sold during 1802, reali
sing an average price of ?48 per acre,
an increase of ?8 over 1801, which waa
in turn an increase of ?3 over 1890.
PRETTY FASHIONS.
The small boy will be seen to best ad
vantage during tho coming summer in
the Fauntleroy suit.
A PERFECT!.y plain skirt of heavy silk,
bengaltno or velvet may be made up
with a front of some contrasting ma
terial, or with tho front of thesamocov
;red with embroidery or passementerie.
Small girls wear party dresses, with
ilips of silk covered with crcpe de chine
?ft"?* ??aitif8s of lac? around tho
jklrtjovcr the shoulder and as a finish
for the sleeves, are a favorite trimming.
Vert pretty and cheap low turn-over
collars can be made of the half of one of
those colored-bordered handkerchiefs,
which can be bought at a ridiculously
low prico sinco they went out of fashion
for their original use.
. FOlt DMMtp,,,,
IiuUgMtfca, and stomach diaorden, use
. BROWN'S IROV IUTTZ2RB.
ktoP 11. SI rw tattle. Genutnehw
trsde-msik todcroecd ml Una on wwp
WestVirSLPaper " Central
A SMART MAN
Will not hobble around on crutches
gstra ^ssasnB.
Ding Kemedy. costing oi
worth $100. Enterprising
keep it, or it will be sen"?
onroce.pto,price, by |
Medicino Co., 48-50 Mai
"rk. Agents wanted.
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
" CMtorUUio well adapted to children that
I recommend It as superior to any prescription
known to me." 1L A- Arch**, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y.
"The use of 'Castorta is so universal and
Its merits bo well known that it seems a work
of suporerogation to endorse it. Few are the
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within cojqr reach."
Gamuts Mabttx, D. Dm
New York City.
Castorla cur** Colic, Constipation,
Sour 8tomaeh, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and
gestlon.
Without injurious medication.
"For several yean I have j
your ? Castoria,' and sltaU shrays aafeZ!
do so as it has invariably produced bea?fe,
Enww F. P:aont, M. D.,
12Bth Street and 7th Ave., New York Qtj
Tns Czxtavk Co*PAjrr, 77 XtauuY Stbkw, N*w tea* Cm
S?5DR. JUDD'S $
and Trnsses. 1 11 "W.
It Yon Wish Health, Address DK. C. B. JUI)D, Detroit, 3t|Cb,
ELECTRIC BEL1
ON 6 My Eleotrio Belts are the lightest, simplest, most duni
MONTHS and generate five times more electrioity than any other. 8titw
TRIAL to any Box Battery made. A battery and Belt oomliioeTi
produces sufficient eleotrioity to produce a shock, and should be n??l bv'n
and female, old and young. As muoh of a household necessary as sugar, tea i
coffee. Not oulv a cure for a disease, but also a preventive.
Butte City, Mont., Jan. IB. 189*.?within the lata elehtren months wehsveuk?i
over 11.000 for Judd's Electrle Belts and Trasaes, and never bad a single eomplruL
have had many compliments passed upon them.
My reference, Banks and Mercantile Agenoies.
27-y, D. M. Newbro Drdo Cc
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BArT
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
SAPOLIO
A Specific
For Headache. Neuralgia and Rhemo.
tism. Thirty-two doses for Fifty
cents. Pnt up by
R. J. Cbiss, Druggist,
t-2S.J Clarksburg, \V. Ya.
O. 11. HAKT, 1. It. STEEL, J. B. IIAIIT,
Point Roller Mills
Guaranteed tlie moat Complete mill in
West Va., rmUraoing all modern im
provements. FULL ROLLER and
Centrifugal Bolting System through,
out.
To the Flour Trade we offer:
"LOTOS"
Brand for Rolle* Patent.
"OLD POINT"
For Straight Roller Frooess.
?"Custom work will be given beet
attention.
ROLLER MEAL and FEED MILL.
Bolted (iranular Meal. Mill "Feed
always on hand.
Hi eh est - Prices - Paid
For all kinds of Grain.
Steel & Hart,
Clarksbure. W. Va.
lull poller ?ill
Clarksburg, IV. Va,
We have recently refitted oui
Mill and put in the full rollei
system. w ill guarantee quality
of flour made by us equal to any
manufactured in the State, or
brought here 'from adjoining
States.
Boiled Corn Meal,
Choice Seed Oats,
Com and Oats Chop'
Gustom Grist Work
A specialty. Satisfaction
guaranteed.
Highest market price paid for
*^7"I3:33-A-T.
COiELt, OATS.
We are buying wheat and paying
the highest cash price,
Lowndes Sc. Chorpening Co. .
LAW & COMPANY,
Dealers In
Fresh and Salt Meats.
Fresh fish on sale.
Poultry bought.
Your patronage solicited.
Fllus Street, | ciarkMmrf, W. Ta.
J MONOMGAHEL4****
"'TralpTsfo
North- Bound.
Leave?Clarkuburg
Gypsy Grove
Monongali
| Arrive?Fairmont.1.
Train]
bouth-Bound.
Leave?Fairmont
Mononcah
No.. 1. J. 8, .*4 ?rep?M?0!?r 1
and 10 way IrolghU.
Wh. n travellnj between WIU
Inc. Moriantown or Hainan" ?
burn. Wt.lon.Bueltbanoon.W,
Charleston. the MononjaB
the Khortest and qul?ke?t n . ^
uectlonn made at JSlb A*0,
West, and at Olartwburi*??, w
Va. A P. It. R.. ?or?U Pjj?'"tirtft-'
Wnt Art for tbrauti w? H
MonomahBog^HUO^
1*ii e w. va. * pitwbCT* |j
On and alterSunday: ?*?K.
nnxer Train. Trill run ? toUO
tDally except Sunday.
HOUTIl
BOUSD.
STATIONS.
NO. 2 No.4
a. m.
19 10
9 4*2
9 59
10 18
10 40
ft **8*^8
Trains leave W?toii f?:^ ,
at 10:45 a. m. wb&BM??.?
tarn at 1:86 p. m. w^f
Leave Buokbannon ?
8:15 a. m. and 12:4?P-ro'(or (
Trains leave Weston ^
7:00 a. ni. andl:40p. n 40p.?
Button 12:00 (noon)
Train tor Camden-on-W1"
with early Sutton train at
8:45 p. m.
lOOT and Shoe^SM
stock, rat?s
Wells,
^8vel^'^ Gjuidi
B. &l
Commcnolng Deo. 4,1892, t
depart from Clarksburg us toll'
GOING WEST.
No. 603, Cincinnati and 8t I
Express, 8:58 n. m: No. 691, Mid)
Express for St. Lonis, 12:23 a. r
No. 071, ParkersbnrgAotnmni
11:50 a. m. i No. 047, Accomm
3:30 p. m.
GOING EAST.
No. 002, New York Express, SHHd
No. 040. Grafton 'Accommodation, 1
a. m.; No. 072, Grafton Accomi
tion, 5:42 p. m.; No. 604, Newior
?8:30 p.
press, 8:36 p. m.
CnAS. O. ScuiiL, Goii. Paw Ae
Baltimore,!
J. T. OoklIj, Gen'l Manager.
O. A. Asxok. Amu ,
Claiksbnrg, W. Vq

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