Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1770-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: West Virginia University
Newspaper Page Text
L Shoe Shop,
?romptly done. ' itrhftTESTlBOWIALS: BttdottTPMN, (3 WINKELMANN4BP " Drug Co. rntt. Baltlm *"StSSto CnreftrMe*. PriooJL Oy is ! f f Wolff's Acme Black q SC C u? pHcc N* ^1 retail" ?n profitably sell itat ioaabottlc. present the retail price is 20c. M' **"? T" U mtde rf P"" Watered? ?*? ""de of water. ? caa^W? ?othine- Alcohol 1* dear. Who ?llke"*iU,ont ^cofaot .??pot^SSS^^S th? ?ler dmrf^sVand Bead appearance in. bottle?* $g*" contot? ?' ?>? I "siteied-aS dallrf r?v,i-a: *m ?n*By other remarkaible which no otter paint can do. AllretaOeniellit I la? irom unadran. Neb., to I ? the World's Fair, is a West Vir gtala boy. His name is Oscar Flag*, and he is a native ofl I Charles Town. He is said to be I r:arrk,e"ria,r">' last ^kjhree^able-1 II andone L^e.of iW I I v wuulJ? were seal to jail I at Spencer to serve out a sent* gi#* 1>6 that they enticed the girls from I ? * the.woods. of;Clayf pretended that they || ville, eight miles east of thatl I mother, with her two sons, bad just alighted from the east-bound passenger train. The child . ran } | over the tracks; I and seeing the | engine coming between him and I I his mother, attempted to recross, I nrVian V. , J friends in Greenbrier river.1 After li I summing abont for. awhile. ' he I suddenly sank and did not risd I is friends succeeded in getting I him out in a few minutes, and I every effort was made to bring I Mm back to life, bat without I success. The doctor could ais I cover little or io water in his 1 lungs, and came to the conclusion ? * ?""""too wuiiy, aua I a. son of the late Rev. James ;E. I Moore. As'an unknown negro was coming to Huntington from | Wayne county, last Monday, he stopped at a house a few miles south of town, occupied" by a family named Hose. No one was at home but an old ladv and a girl, and the black rascal" made [ improper advances to the latter just about the time Mr. Hose was returning to dinner. Mr. Rose grabbed his musket and chased him down the road for a mile, and had he caught him the fellow would have'little chance to live. Charley Vaught, alias Edward Murphy, forged five checks On the Beswick-Harris Milling Com pany, of Huntington, and suc ceeding in getting rid of one for | 98.50 at Sam Gideon's, one for I 98.50 at Broh Bros., one for 110.50 at S. Zeigler's, and one for $10.50 at A. M. Clark & Co.'s. At each place he did a small amount of trading. While at tempting to workoneforfl0.50on Phil Hera he came to grief. Mr. Hera very sensibly asked Mr. C." B. Harrold,. who was present, if he.knew, the firm. "Yes.'! re plted Mr. Haxrold. "and here is the heail ofthe firm." ;Mr. Bes-1 wic1-? iS?B9 - - was introduced, sliown the'. i, and soon pronounced it a| forgery. Officer Bowen .was called, and the forger was landed behind the bars, lie will get' a term in,the pen beyond a doubt of'Charleston conceived a pi by which to make a raise and in' order to do so, they put it out that all arrangements had been made to have ex-United .'.States iator Bruce, to lecture in that city. As a matter of course the vrmnam jig ItOttoifcOT'tOoi aPP**''*1 vloj* l?:? A-! .1. A 1 to "do"-the; town, ; On Main I SlSlPHB he I? I out his revolverand began shoot- J rog, but the nolW mil I lue the we print as Tio.i, m? press room.aod I -?? yiin??nasendthron^SePoitoffl^ ? ? ?1 >??? M i y,C". ,' -" ~^ Corn fop finnaa tooi.. m 11 I for >" J?arn in tfie do l^bc ^ an* fences at the I Chicago WsSHHHSS' _ r. I . ~?u. J. uore 13 a variety of ctkjk ing exhibitions, and one of them I ^sp,ecially to ?? commended. I ^ e exW)it devoted to the I illustrations of all the uses to which the products of maize, or corn as it Is universally called m this country,can be profitably and palatably put in the \economy of tha household. Although the 1 queens of the American kitchen have been supposed to be well acquainted with corn meal, it ap pears that there are many grades I I and modifications of the familiar I yellow flour, and the ingenuity I of a celebrated demonstrator of I the culinary , art has evolved I some forty savory pfoduota with ' I such queer names as "plunkets " I "jolly boys," "mu-kia-ll we" and I''kia-mu-ia.Ii.we." It is hoped I that these articles all taste as sweet under any other name. J This exhibit ought to prove of farther use as showing to foreig v^ tors the value and desire aNHts of co^ flour for bumaQ food. The use of American-corn before lt has been, transformed J into pork for the table is little known abroad. It was not known at all until a social commis sioner, Mr. Murphy, was sent to Europe by Secret nnoi,?;i; train which, on t Atlantic, fed the^ranlmSs alone, ? ' knowledge of corn - quite usual a experts of T th?lera, predicts the J.L. xt..i this wSMi' id on.8 It noTcr dU Uee free at 01 ayton ??? IBi^y?FWPMRSW MM* xfand on crntchea ? Bhenmitiim with r^niSs #y toe urummona Maiden Lane, New ed. 28 if t hair to sell i Lacy's, op Clarksburg', Loo It -here! My iee cream parlor is how open and will be kept open daring the season from# to10 ^.cl^^>'r^ it to ?M9,0U.0a agalnut . ?>,? r*,TlnA one of lut J?r wu 4,0G8,4M?1 adM md *,100,001 female* ? . SPOirr THE WORLD OVER, fin favorite method of flihlng 4-v ? ? ?" 5' ? ' -T. !. vii : ' &Sf? j!