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sK Ja old aoUltr, cum oat of the War grata?
enfeebled by *r???ld ??re?, end after being
inrt^oat iiotpiult the doetore discharged hint
IbonrgMe with C?iWIee. Be bu
bee&ln poor headth tliwe, until be began to take
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Xmmedtotely his cough grew looser, night
v . sweets ceased, and he regained good general
heeltlu Be oordUIIy recommends Hood's 8*r*
HOOD's Pills cere Habitual Constipation by
restoring parfctaltla action of the alimentary caoale
(?"Correspondents niunt ?write all
. irMernames plainly. Wecangnessat
^no?t?nything exwspta P'opor name
: aaMbsl
, long letter or none. Snoh make a se
i. trxion* mi?ta ^ Qno aU(3 that
. . only m*kes throe line*, send it on and
4on't try to add a page to xt.
; t- ? Always sign yonr real name some
' . "'we'want your letters not later than
? "saacsss^^?
Cherry Camp.
Dr. A. h. Hulp went to Pitts
"burg Monday.
The members of the county
-court were here Tuesday inspect
ing the bridge which is being
. built
Mr. Albert T. Billingsley, of
-Mt. Morris. Pa., is visiting at
Mrs. Mary E. Davis'.
Sheriff Alexander was here
- Tuesday.
Miss Ellen Griffin, of Ritchie
-county, is visiting her brother,
H'. C. Griffin. 0.1. C.
? . -
The funeral services of Mr.
Nathan Fowler were performed
at Hope Well church Tuesday
, morning at 10 o'clock. His many
friends and Relatives throughout
. / our vtolhitymourn the loss of a
> ? ' Jack Johnson had his arm
severely cut with a scythe some
days ago but is, we are glad to
say, rapidly recovering.
Waltman Lynch, in company
with his charming wife, is spend
ing a week at the home of his
parents, near Craigmoor.
Mrs. Ira C. Post and her
daughters. Misses Emma and
Florence, passed through here
last week en route to the World's1
Pair. Samantha.
The students have gone and
it is so quiet it makes us feel
Henry Hawker is moving into
the house with F. J. Ehret.
Clyde Randolph is visiting
friends in Ritchie county. He
went on his wheel.
Mrs. Swift and her daughter,
ofPiqua,0., are visiting at T.
- T. Mitchel's. Mrs. Swift is Mrs.
Mitchel's mother.
Rev. Huffman has moved into
the property he bought of E. J.
John Ehret and wife of Ritchie
county, are visiting his nephew,
Flavious Ehret.
Mrs; T. O. Mitcliel is danger
ously ill.
W. Q. Rossell, humorist, gave
a very enjoyable entertainment
at Chapel Hall Tuesday evening.
We notice that some of our
families here are cleaning out
their drains, and sprinkling lime
freely in damp places. Their
example ought to be followed.
Why wait until the cholera gets
' here?
Big Buffalo.
The wheat crop is good and
will have to be cut in a few days.
The potato bugs have nearly
destroyed the potatoes.
Oats are looking well and corn
is small.
The hay crop is going to be
Apples are falling from the
trees, and there will not be as
many as expected.
Xev. Coffield, of Wilsonburg,
will hold a meeting at King's
Chapel, commencing June 29th
and ending Sunday, July 2d.
Mr. E. K. Sommerville is build
I trated with general debility.
Thei wife of J. O^ffinkle is
affected with heart trouble..
Mr. Jacob Staler is gradually
sinking with the dread dlseasf&H.
consumption. , 'i sl-fc
The wool thai was engaged at
22 cents has not teen; taken yet.
The buyers, I suppose; are wait
ing lor Congress to. meet and put
wool on the free list so the prices
will go up, according to Demo
cratic theory. But we have been
promise! cheap clothing, which
made a young farmer use rough
language, as he could not see
how high wool would make cheap
clothing, '
The Telegram is greatly ap
preciated by its readers In this
vicinity. It not only gives us
the local, but the general news,
the World's Fair items, the east
ern markets, etc., etc. May it
long be a welcome visitor to our
homes! S. 07
B. T. Southern is in Grafton
.this week in the interest of the
Southern nursery. The popular
ity of the trees, shrubs and small
fruits, that are produced by th'.s
firm is growing daily. During
the present season we measured
some of the strawberries grown
by them and several were found
to be from 4 to 5? inches in cir
cumference and of the most ex
quisite flavor. Such a nursery
in the vicinity of Clarksburg is
something our people appreciate.
Uackliatmon Briefs.
Miss Blake, of Harrison
county, Is the guest of Mrs. C.
L. Barlow.
Mr. Nathan Boring and daugh
ter, of Sycamore Dale, are at
tending commencement.
Miss Mollie Pickens and niece.
Miss Maude, of Quiet Delle. are
guests at Mrs. Thomas Mc
Miss Etta E'.lis, a former Stu
dent of the Seminary, has been
attending commencement here
this week, and a guest of Mrs.
John A. Hes3.
Miss Grace Hart,of Rich Moudl
tain, who graduated from the
Seminary last year, has been the
guest of Miss Mattie Barlow for
the past wee It, and is enjoying
the commencement festivities.
Miss Mable Fleming, of Shinn
ston. a former pupil of the semi
nary, is visiting Mrs. G. M.
Fleming and enjoying the pleas
ant reunion afforded annually
during commencement week.?
In Colored Circles.
The members of the Knights
of Pythias' club will meet at Mt.
Zion Baptist church on Friday
Miss Floride Oaks, of Fair
mont, is in the city, the guest of
Mrs.' Brook Jones.
Rev. (J. A. Madison was in
Parkersburg Sunday on minister
ial business.
The second quarterly meeting
of the^Water street M. E. church
was held at Gypsy grove Sunday.
Mrs. Bell and daughters. Mrs.
Viola King and Miss Jessie Bell,
of Coljmbus, Ohio, stopped in
the city with Mrs. Eliza Frazier,
enroute to Weston, where they
will stay sometime.
Rev. VV. H. Pride preached at
Simpson Creek last Sunday.
Miss Pastsy Daugherty, who
has been spending a few days
with Mrs. F. O. Lacy left last
Thursday for her home at Shinn
Mr. Maurice Selion who has
been visiting his mother here,
returned to Thomas last Tuesday, j
Rev. Robert Steel was in Buck
hannon Wednesday.
?with Catarrh, _
to stop it without
curing it The
poisonous, irrita
ting snuffs, strong
caustic solutions,
41 creams," mw
and the like may,
perhaps, palliate
tor a time. Bat
they may drive
) the disease to the
? lung*.
The wrong way ii tull of danger.
The right way is a proved one. It's with
Br. Sage1* Catarrh Remedy. It curt*, per
fectly and permanently, by its mild, sooth
ins?, cleansing: and frpnUntr nronerties. the
wont cane of Chronic CatarrUlt has
proved itself right, thousands of times, when
everything else has failed.
And this makes its proprietors willing to
prove that it's the right thing for you, no
matter how bad your caso or of how long
If they cant euro your Catarrh, they'll
pay you $S00 in cash.
They it.
They're certain of their medicine.
You pay only for the good yon get
Igb Callahan, water 8d qr'..
IK. 05
apHas"f^:: ||
1 -Idler, kindling wood..
ion, repair*
Jiley, janitor, 8tU mo...
'Halioroy, "6th mo...
"4 Pntchard, " "
BUey, . "Oth mo...
SSSiS1?!?* "7th mo...
^ Prod Pritohard, " "
H Vanoe & Bro, insurance
farnitaTO 25.71,
lfiwhtter' 'o!?11'7'; loa9?
~r ??S?, ner'. 1ar * rent 25-00
'JiSt$ 671 jsnitor 10 mo.
IPUlt). ? 7 m
, rkeIJ r" 100
JeMe^Alexander, janitor 10 mo.
Alport) ,;v. 17.50
Uoway, janitor 8th mo. 6.00
wre-r&Pritchard, " ?? 5.00
? iSler,-?oed 4 lISP haul
8 75
UgniMfet., 200.00
^jtonuider. yaitw; eto,
8.75 |
I O ? Lana, lamps
irbiy; kindergarten cards.."
?rbly, commencement ex
2.45 <
Boughnar, 8d qr's rent.!'.!
:m. M. Obb, President.
;V. sMg!!*? Hahuer, Seoretary.
We"'Virginia, County of Har
ruoDi to-wifc ?
ilk Pnblio for
Harrison, do certify that
ZuLSZ' W"!'0' ?l>e Board of
_rin}^n?i n 01?fe?bnrg School Dis
I nf Harvey W. Harmer, Secretory
jJjwf Bo?|J. personally appeared be
I tyre me and made oath that the fore
going is an itemized statement showing
all moneys disbursed by said board lw
IM year ending June 80, 1808.
i us required hy section 45 of chant,nf
Ijthe Aots of 1898 n " - P'^O of
B. M. Okb,
H?, ., , , Habvet W. Hakmer.
3. B. Harrison,
Notary Public.
More Lumber for Sale.
I have on hand about 100 M
3h of nnnloi. o-nA sflSiiS 1. ?.
i for t
~j v ? '.Mm \s. osu, cnesc
and butternut, single and
?lq surface lumber.. Any one
jhing to buy building material
11 please call and see my stock
on Saturdays at my place of
business. Thwking the public
,for past patronage, I remain
Very Truly,
on.. J5* Bl Hankey,
20tf Quiet Dell, W. Va.
. One of the best bred sons of
.Dictator, dam Gossamer (dam of
Sarcenet 2:16J-) by PrinceDS, all
producers of extreme speed, a
grand individual and a trotter
himself. Will be allowed a lim
ited number of approved mares at
the extremely low price of $25
the season, with the'usual free re
turn if the mare proves not in
foal or slips.
Grenadine can be found at his
own stable on Sycamore all of
each week during the season
except Fridays and Saturdays,
when he will be at the Fair
Grounds, Clarksburg.
For extended pedigree, dis
cretion, etc., call on, or address
M. C. BELL, M'g'r..
Sycamore Dale, W. Va.
wmmm 8 iwe [
mm m
Timothy, Clover, Orchard, Kentucky Blue Gra
Best Glixalitsr oflFertlllza
c v'
- ?
Wll be pleased to have you call andSExa
" IliilP
Goods and Prices Produce Wanted
Steam Pumps for use in Mines
I .m Fresh water, Special Boiler'Fera
| c,.ia|j ers, Heavy^ Presure Pumps arit
QhZSiSP ^SPflFfflBbllfc.
naHjIH* Steam and agg
^iPto Jr pjjJnf K PiPe'
||UHpnHw|^S^=S^g?HH|HHffl Brass and
^ Fittings.
.Special pumps built to order for all kinds of duty.' Special w
tention to supplies for mines and coke works. Write for catalogs
(Sire of May Bay 2:27*.)
Sired, by Red Wilks, with S3 in 2:80 list. 1st. dam Dixie by Dictator with 48 in 2
Dictator the sire of the dam of Nancy Hanks the fastest mare in the world 2:04.
ion win make this season at his his owners stable at Bridgeport, at reduced fees, so as to
suit all. . '?
By St. Bell, he by Electioneer, the greatest Sire of the day. 1st dam Penelopy by Albn .
he by Almont.
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