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PART EIBQT !! l*rcwt!papir-ui
l fin I rllio I? I Central West Virginia
Demoted to Praotioal Information, gomt flews, Pur?l
rOL. XXXII.?NO. 37.
taOMtwl West Virginia PAGES I T04*?
tbm Development of VQe?t \)ir^inia'? Reaouroce
JULY 28. 1833.
WHOLE NO. 1591
nal; se
or never"
question as to health; just as
D'?l at his home In North
Buokhannpn ; Saturday morning
at about 2 o'clock, July 15. 18fl3,
rt Seed, aged abont 20 years.
-BuwBee. -
thmk; fix lor arrange or prepare;
real good, for really good; try
an eXDBrini An I HnS rn
or it blow^-not ^VI,Jtndw, -for
not that I know; njaiTor
woman sBouid ?fo .their (?)dnty;i
Party, for a person; ^healthy* for
BnckhauBoa Breeies. ' '
Miss Morris, of GxarkiBbnrg; is
the ? guest of Miss Bessie Mc
WhorterNon; the Island.
TXT 1 * ?
? learn that the residence of
Mr. Dan Carper. who lives three
miles from here, was destroyed
by fire on Sunday morning. It
was insured for about 81,000.
Mrs. Dean and 'Mrs/Smith, who
naye been the guest of Mrs. C.
L. Barlow, have; returned to their
home in Baltimore. . v'"'
Mr. Clark. TjotoHi a
-> "-wuijjouiBu oy misses
Eva and Ola Kiddy were at .Bol
,lc/ton attending, the nuptuais of
vrP?rter Lo^ett- of tfaat place.
Mrs. Lagoy,>daughter of Mr.
. w'mmvq xauiujc
Miss Bertie - Tenney, daughter
of Watson Tenuey, of Grass Bon,
while returning from Buckhahon
?n Wednesday evening was
thrown from her horse; breakirig
her arm and braking twr
the. organ
manufacturer I and ex-J
Washington./N. J., -was
Mond^rHveping on a.cl
using the mails for fr
T3umr>st>a Anil t-Tio TT I
tinue one w<
Pie are invit
who wish to
In the place of Professor Berke
ley. C. B. Alderson was appoint
ed. He Was a former. gi^ua&
-5. ?U_TT_? *
languages. -? '
Prof. John L Haryey was :
Japipointed^to his former chtfr of
modern languages and literature.
Professors Brooke, Wiley, White
hill and Hartigan were re ap
pointed butf Howardf-N.-' Ogden
aMffliMeji -ft*. . . .
nolds. ,
- The faculty' now ^stands ;Rey
nolds, Hafyey,,: Brooke, Willey,
Whitehili, ? Hartigan, Johnson.
Brown, 'Aldrich; Miller, Arm
?r " . 1*1 , ~r ? '"*? '?
strong, Alaerson and Hare.
Three newjnen.Su all.
'The people of ^Faimonty. are
?board voted Dr: HartigM a sala
ry of $500 as director of the
Five Hundred dollars was vot
eid for the construction of a boat
house, and the 6xecilUve com
mittee was instructed to look
into the matter with a view to the
establishment of a boat dab and'
to see what fu&re appropriations
werenecessary. Money wasalso
appropriated to construct vbaths
"and s^mloing.^anlai'in the gym
MnnMB, ga
Out of the twelve men present
certainly, not ha;
SKj i"!;r,';v;-:fl?^^< '??'?
'V(tl "'
V V,,". li'; . ;
.^c-hrVir,;^ ''pi,:-.
%LK ?< " v"J
,CX -^?'?,| - .,Jt ?
?-,<v- A".: -
Ssj'.)".;'/.'.-, '.< ?.;
?".?viv: ?;? '." ' '
Miss Ella 6^ebro6?,
of. Mr. Austin G-lazeb
wholesale grocer. , Th
resulted in the birth ot
who, withy the~>moth'e"i^3
Col. BartiSggpSp^^
ent Knight Templar, and
last election of Louisville
mandery No. 1,' was hon
being elected Eminent Coi
er. Col. Bartlett ~wafl^j
rajra|paring-this 'sftjntir
ol the civil war he cast'1
with the side of the;
rapidly promoted Ho the
hip. Col. Bartlett was
ous man, that virtu
ried almost to a fanlt
from the LauimiUe Times,,
1893: J l '

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