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? Wbmlytm oMteput la In tm5M with e? mnaonthehead, earning Interoo Itching sat taming; and adeetlng her ejsi. Her mother ; Hood's 8arsaparllla nd ?he Ij entirely well I hara taken It mgrwtf tor that Srod feeling and It doea ma gnat good" llna. Wiluax McKhjm*. 404 stock jRtotti'Bi.ItelUniora. Md. Pet Hood'a. ' ' Hood's Pill* core an liter Ills, bUlonsnaai, <?Jaundice, ladlgeetlon, lick heaUarlie. 35 cents. ?? I fU'J , SooomsD v|l ^Correspondents must write all proper names plainly. We oan guess at ? >;*Imoat anything exoept a proper name and have hopes of being oorroct. Long letter* oonoerning unimportant ?natters will not be published. Host reporters think they most write v *? ?long letter or none. Snob make a se rious mistake. ' If yon only have one item and that . only makes three lines, send it on and don't try to add a page to it . - | Always sign yonr real name some where. We want yonr letters not later than : Wednesday.?Bo. Llichtboru. Mr. Thomas and Miss Emma Barb met with what might have been a serious accident a lew days ago while attempting to cross the railroad at Jane Lew. The train came on them and frightened their horses, throw ingboth occupants out and over turning and litterally demolish ing the buggy. Thomas and Miss Barb were slightly injured. Mr^baniel Strother was thrown irom aiarm wagon one day last week and had one leg broken below the kneo, of which he is ;in a serious condition. . Thomas McKinley, we are told, received a bite on the finger from |i,rat a few days ago, which cul lnteresting sermon at Pleasant Hill last Sunday after which four Children's Day at McCann's Bun next Sunday. There is strong talk of having a graded road extending from the farm of Mr. A. W. Rhodes to Gusman's Mills. Observer. Cherry Camp. A very successful session of the Tenmlle district S. S. con vention was held here July 30th. Mr. P. B. Conaway, of Pitts burg, Is visiting his parents here. Mr. John Bennington and wife, of Grafton, are visiting here. ' Miss Ida Dransfield, of Penns boro. was here last week. Mr. Genlas Payne has been appointed President of the Board of Education to fill the unexpi red term of Rufus Haymond. Hon. C. W. Lynch, of Clarks burg, was here on business Mon -day. Dr. A. L. Hupp is very ill with typhoid fever. Superintendent Joseph Rosier went to Clarksburg Monday eve ning on business. O. I. 0. Salem. The Rev. Stephen Drummond, of Washington, Pa., came here Thursday and remained several days visiting his sister, Mrs. O. W. Ford, and other friends. Colwell Randolph, of Walker, was called home Thursday on ac count of the serious illness of his mother Mrs. Lloyd Randolph, who is much better at this writ ing. Rev. Thomas Clark returned from Mountain Lake Park this week. Miss Ida Dransfield, of Penns boro, Is here visiting friends. Miss Lena Swift, returned to her home in Pique, Ohio, Satur day, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. T. O.Mitchel and son Harry. Miss Bertha Randolph is very sick. | Mr. Charles Sprinkle.ofPenns boro, was in town Monday. 'Harry Gordon came over from Centre Point Sunday. Rev. M. A. Sommers, a former pastor of the Baptist church, was cttfling on friends .Tuesday. /onng, one daythisi.?. William L. Burdick and family, late of Chicago Univers ity; stayed Tuesday 'night with his unde, P.' F. Randolph, on their way to Lost Creek; where Mr. Burdick takes the pastorate of the Seventh Day Baptist church. ' Rey. Hoffman received a tele gram Tuesday evening, calling htm to Quiet Dell, to preach the funeral sermon of Lewis Bond. C. E. K. i , , Program of the Sard!* IHilrlct 8. 8. Convention to Be Held at Nardil, Snnday Anrait 18, 189S. Devotional exercises 9:00 a. m. Address of welcome by Chester Ogden. Response by President of the Convention. Study of days lesson, conduct ed by J. W. Gerrard. Sermon by Rev. H. Langford. TextProv. 28:23. An address?Topic?Grandeur of S. S. teacher's work, by J. A. Showalter. recess 2 p. M. Devotional exercises. An address.?Topic.?Object and advantages of S. S. Conven tion byT. S. Gerrard. An address.?Topic.?How to prepare and teach a S. S. lesson by D. M. Ogden. An address.?Topic.?Relation to S. S. to church and State, by Dr. E. N. Flowers. Question drawer. Flection of officers for ensuing rear. W. C. Lynch, President. E. C. .Tetrick, Sec'y. BUOKLEN'B ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world for cnts, bruised, sores, nicer*, unit rbeum, fever ?ores, tetter, oliunped bauds, ohilblnius, corns. and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion, or money refunded. Price 2fi cents "nr box. For sale by Olavton & Dent 12-ly Grafton. Mr. From, an aged gentleman I of Fleming ton, died early Sun-| day morning and was interred in the Bailey town cemetery Monday evening. His funeral oration *?7iht? ? V?Vi On.la ored boy about L?r u? J. E. Newcomb and" dem?d1_ bis money. Mr. Newcomb struck him on the head with a lantern, where upon the boy fled. He was arrested and placed in jail. Mr. Clark Madera, of this city, received the sad intelligence that his brother. Hugh Madera, died at his home in Morgantown, "Wednesday night.? Leader. In Colored Circles. Miss Bessie Arnold, of Middle-1 port, Ohio, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Tuck. She will probably make this her future home. Miss Mary Turrel. of King wood, is visiting friends on Monticello Avenue. Mr, Jefferson returned to his home in Pomroy last week. Mrs. Sarah Washington and her niece, Miss Ida Monroe, ire the pleasant guests 0f Mr. F. O. Lacy, of Main street. There will be a grand exhibi tion at Mt. Zion church next Tuesday night. Admission 10c. Mrs. FaDnie Miner, of Wash ington. D. C., is visiting her mother on the avenue. Mr. George Washington, of the West End, is very ill. Mr. Thomas Cambric is having his house repaired. A two days' Gospel Grove meet ing will be held at the old brick church near Bridgeport. Aue. 12 and 13, under the auspicies of the M. E. Church. Mr. Robert Rector is smiling? it is a girl. A woman ulio can lei. She', tha woman who get* well. It'ltfas woman who wont sea ud'wont be Msve who baa to ?offer. And Wi need. I?aa. There'e a nwdlrlns a leglt that's made to atop woman? suffering and core woman's ailments. It's Dr. Meroe's Favorite Pre scriptton. Itfa purely vegetable and perfect]? harmless-*powerful general,aawsUaauto tonic and nervinojmparting vigor and strength to the whole system. For pSodloU pains, weak back, beauing-down sensations, neirous prostraUon, and all " female com platats," It's ? JMitlTe remedy. It Improves digestion, enriches the blood, dispels aches and pains, melancholy and nervousness, brings refreshing sleep, and restores health and itrrtigth. No other medicine for women Is ouaran fsed, as thls is. If it fails to Rive satisfaction. ?_?>? <*??. ?th* m(!n<7 P"id for it is re? totSe t^sMyc^^B00dr?U ' No Property Found. Ashorjft, F L Ashoraf t, Win. L... Ashoraft, Off.? Ashoraft, NH Anhcraft, 111.. .. Atbs, MG, Barns, June*. BnrnvBenj Brown, J J Bennett, A CoSman, H J Ooffioan, BB Uoffmun, Sarah E Ooffman, E T. Drummond, B Davis, W Davis, D N Davis, Frank Dell. SH. Davis, A 0 Dniii, T Uover, X J Gover, Jonathan. . Gregory, Thos. Gam, W J .. Gam, Geo E.. ... Gilbert, Chas Hagerty. J A Heflin, ffn Hnstead, BB Heflin, Wm B .... Haney, Jas Longlnetta, W Lowe. PS Lowe. G W. Longinetta, JO... Lynch, A Martin, John D... Martin, Mary Martin, Allen Morriton, E MoOlond, M..... . MoClond, Sarah A. Manlsby, A J...... MoJn'ire, Thomas. Molntire, TL Molntire. Wm. J... Molntire, G W Moore, Wilson.... Moore, Daniel Madden, J L MoDaniel, G W.... Moore, L Moore, Martha.... Minniob; A P Molntire. JasE... Morrison, M J.... Moore, Sarah Moore, Thos E*... Moore, M Nay, Asa Paw, John Paw, M Riblett, JH Riblett, Joseph M. linger, W J Bobey, A J Robey, H Robinson, D Robinson, Olay Robinson, All Robinson, AG.,.,. Rogen, A. Snodgrass, EW... Sbrieve, J Sprout, Jas R... . Sprout, Geo W.... Southern, J J Southern, 0 Stir?, 0 E 16 00 04 80 00 07 ?irnm District. .Atkins. Herbert .... Blair, OB Brand, Emory Bassell, Henry Boyle*, Hyson Bailey, Silas J Boyles, Worth Clark, John M Clark, Nanoy Coffman, JnoT Cottrill, Shadraok... Crislip, Dolan Cottrill, Bert B Cbilders, Frank Cottrill, L. E Drummond. L M. .. Davis, Henry G Davis, Chas F Davis, Ainnziah Emerson, E. B Edwards, Alexander. Fletcher, W C Golden, Win. J Garrison, Calvin.. . Heatou, James E.... Henderson, Alex Henderson, Will A.. Hulden, H W Holden, Nancy J Jordan, Jason Kirly, Ira. Lambert, J B Lynch, Joseph Lewis, Wm D Morgan, C. V Mitchell, Nathan.. . Mitchell. John Mitchell LeeE Medsker, J Cal MiltOD, WS Miller, J M. Mills, Wm MoCrady, Geo Nutter. Theodore... Nutter, H T Nevil, Samuel F Nevil, Thornton... . Nevil, Forrest L..... Norman, Charles ... Nicholson, PW Norman, JamesB,,.. Patton, John Palmer, James A... Pratt, Samuel ltoach, Jonathan.... liainer, John Riley, Jeremiah..., Bjsgs, Worthy giley, Alphaus Khineheart, Edward. Sheets, WO Sheets, Geo Simons, Abel Simons, George Swisher, Geo. L....;; Stout, Claudius J... Swisher, Jacob Stires. Claud Shaw, Gilver F Thompson, (jc0''' '' I tirubli, Joseph \V. tttUN Benton ulKer, Jerome Wolfe, \VP ; Jj alker, Geo M "i-izei, HenryL.... WiiM-man, Frank .... Wright, Jan.es...... "'-tgel. 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Dk/EIscellaxi.eo-u.s. fl Wall Papers, Blinds, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Gents' F washing Goods Baskets, Trunks and Valises, Looking Glasses, School Supplies, Books, Stationery, Inks, Diamond Dyes, ;' Quoensware, Glassware. Stoneware, Hay, i Brick, Shingles. Salt, Feed. ?? HHHHSKMIL, agajSBiBHgaMa Timothy, Clover, Orchard, Kentucky Blue Grass, EngUshbBlue. Grass. ' " Boots - and - Shoes, Hats - an I:-::.., m ,rem??*U,?'uT,b^*s; p\^5bea*?^Kgggg^^$y?e" k^<4h.t.?r^j?iiij?2" . (MJ1W~^ bnidrxl nr. ?tyl??. with pijcw of'^ggf ? /TJHtSHMK^A ?./j)^P^OorfOOdi?r? urictljr hud4a?d??d C^SgEffgEH ?'Lj^,^x.?^8toSssrss^^iT^-1*'Mr -V/rAiVx <Qa<\ v KtotBiiM manufactnren w toe uon ***>""" - ????. . ^ALLIANCE CARRIAGE ^ BUILDERS OP ^ . Steam Pumps for use in for all kinds of duty. r?r* i t Tnrio .?*? ines Steam and Water Pipe, Brass and Iron Fittings Special pumps built to order for all kinds of duty. Speoialjat tention to supplies for mines and coke works. . "Write for catalogue. CONN ELLS VILLE, SMM * LUMBER WANTED. * _____ Walnut and Poplar Logs, White Oak Planks and Poplar Lumber. ============ || ? s " ? ? r*i**J'i * j Correspondence solicited. represented BY I8PRIG J. J. FLANAGAN. ^7? SALEM, - - - - "west YA. JBaltimore, - Md? 85-3m.