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Conuingh* m Bros., ? Co. ?.? -..v ;. .i,. i..i Goto Lambrecht's when that ?watch spring breaks. ' 14. ' Persons looking for choice 'West Virginia lands, either tim bered or improved, will tind it to their advantage to correspond "with P. I. Lynch, Craigmoor, W. Ta. . 18tf. K We have just printed a lot of new blank warranty deeds, with 'he new form of acknowledgment, "hey are printed on triple extra white bond paper, and they have S superior in the State. Each lis on a sheet &ix28 inohes. lozen, 60 cts., bv mail. tf r it. a horse at Its swiften me*, or a bullet as It 'earns the gun. Very moeli mors that Is most marvel ous has been accomplish ed. In photography. Tho publishers ol the renowned and popular family weekly, Tho Detroit Free Press (De trolt, Mich.) have recently been experimenting In tho direction of rapid and ac curate reproduction of pho tographs and now an nounce that they are pre -"|4g?|?* ? artistic ] pared to make _ copies at a very low price. They will send twelve Columbia Photos valuetl.OOand The Weekly Free l*ress one year for ai.10. it Is necessary to send a cabinet or card photograph with order. Onr readers bad better send for a sample copy of The Free Press and learn the par ticulars of this remarkablo offer wulch thousands are taking advantage ot. THE WONDER OF THE AGE Have you catarrh; No doubt you have. Most people are afflicted. Get a bottle of Mnyera Magnetic catarrh oure from yonr drnfrgisL It's the ouly med icine of ita kiud on the market and abso Intely guaranteed. For sale liy all druggists. Price 91. you look at the date on your paper? Did you find that you were owing us your subscription? Kindly pay up as we dislike the idea of having to colledt. ? vvhv pay a big price for sad - rfil'w and harnenB when you can buy them so cheap at Wm. 8. Sun>iipr'f> tennerv vpt>i J'nit>Pt ^ftLTeR 56DWICK. ?:0:? Bus Line and Express ?:0:? Splendid conveyances to' meat all trains. Passengers called for in any part of the city. Elegant carriages for weddings, funerals, &c. AccidentsUnheari Of. Only careful drivers employed. ^wrna QTATE OF WEST VIRGINIA. O , ?r-' tfcBnles held in the clerk's offioe of cinrnitcourt<? ^rrisnnoountyon MrtlNtndlDgud"in^bariiieM in the firm n*me of Eiobengreen k The object of this suit is to obtain ? deans against the uld named defend anta for the sum of (1,183.64 with inter eat thereon and the eoata of thla suit and that certain goods, mercliandiae and property the eatate of the aaid defend anta levied on by the attachment iaanad in thia oase, may be sold for said debt; that Abe Samilson and 8. Heyman be enjoined from proaeouting their oertain amtaat lav in aaid court against 8. Uamilaon, and that the attachments issued therein be qnaahed and declared nnll and void. ' And it appearing from an affidavit fil ed in the papera of thia cause that the defendants 8, Samilson, 8. D. Samilson, and 8. Heyman are not reaidenta of this State, it is ordered, that they appear here within one month after the date of the first publication of this order, and do what is necessary to protect their interest in said snit. Given under my hand this 10th day of July, 189!). HENBY HAYMOND, Clerk. Stuabt k Lawbox, Attorneys. 85-:t. gTATE OF WEST VIRGINIA At rales beld in the olerk's office on the circuit court of Harrison oonnty of the first Monday in July, 1803. Jooob Meyer, Samuel E. Beinhard, Mannie J. Meyer and Isaac J. Mey er, oo-partners trading a? Meyer, Bunbard & Oo. vs 8. JL>. Samilson, trading as S. Samilson, S. Samilson, H. D. Samilson, Abe Samilson, Meyer Samilson and 8. Heyman. In ohanoery and upon an attach ment Tbe object of this suit ia to obtain a decree against the defendants for the sum of $034.25 with interest thereon and the costs of (his suit, and that certain goods, merchandise and property, the estate of the said defendants levied on by the attachment issued in this case msy be sold for said debt; that Abe Samilson and 8. Herman be restrained from proseouting their certain nations at-)aw in said court against 8. Samilson and that tbe attaobmenta issued therein bo quashed and doolared null and void. And it appearing from an affidavit filed in tbe papers of thia cause, that the defendants, 8. D. Samilson, trading as S. Samilson, 8. Sa-ulson, 8. D. Samilson and 8. Heyman are not resi dents of tbis State, it is ordered that they do appear Here within one mouth after the date ot the first publication of thin order, ami do what is necessary to protect their interests in said suit Given under my hand thia 10th day ot July, 1808. Hmmx Haymond, Clerk. Cuftord ? UrETtnr, 83-4t Attorneys. t TATE OF WEST VIRGINIA. At Boles held in the clerk's office of the circuit court of Harrison county on the'flrst Monday in Inly. 1803. SolomonGinsbeiy and 8.Baker partners trading and doing business as Baker k Ginsbery vs. 8. Samilson, S. D. 8amilson, Abe Samilson and S. Hey man, In chaaoery and upon an at tachment. I The object of this . and the aosts o tain goods,: ing ... the estate of the said defendants levi& on by the attachment issued in this case, may De sold for said debt, that Abe Samilson, and d, Heyman be restrained from prosecuting their oertain actions at law in said oonrtagainst8. Samilson, and that the attachments issued therein be quashed and be declared null and void. And it appearing from an affidavit filed in the papers of this cause, that the defendants S. Samilson, S.D. Samil son and S. Heyman are not residents of this State, it is ordered that they do ap pear here within one month after the date of the first publication of this or der, and do what is necessary to protect their interests in said suit Given under my hand this 10th day of July, 1803. HENRY HAYMOND, 85-41. Clerk. gTATE OP WEST VIRGINIA At Rules hold in the clerk's office of the circuit oourt of Harrison oounty on the first Monday in July 1803. Robinson W. Gator, Wm. J. H. Waters. William Pagau, J. McKinney White, Frank P. Gator and James H. tu tor. co-partners trading as Arm strong Cator & Co. vs. S. Samilson, S. D. Samilson, Abo Samilson and S. Heyman, In chanoery and upon an attachment. The object of this suit is to obtain a decree against the said named defend ants for tue sum of $201.SO with inter terest thereon and the costs of this suit, and that certain goods, merchandise and property, the estate of the said delend ants levied on by the attachment issued In the case may be sold for suid debt, that Abe Samilson and S. Heyman be perpetually enjoined from proseouting their certain suits in said oourt against S. Samilson, and that the attachments issued therein, be quashed and declared null and void. And it appearing from an affidavit filed in the papers of this cause, that the defendants, S. Samilson,S.D. Samil son and S. Heyman are not residents of this State, it is ordered, that they ap pear here within one month after the date of the first publication of this order Cunningham Bros. * Co.. Clark bur*' W. Hor>T Lost Cr??k:Perine k Davis, Good Hope; G. W. Morri son, Mt Clare;Francis Bros., Wil sonburg;0. A.bbeeby, P. M., Bridge port; Bargain 8tore,Jamsville,J. C. Bartlett A Co.. West Milford; Mike Dolan, Wolf Snmmit: L. L. Bailey, Reynoldsville; Mrs. W. B. Stephens, Sycamore Dale, R. S. Ogden, Hard is; K A. Wilson, Salem ;Morgan & Earl. Respect; Griffin Bros.,Cherry Camp; A. J. Kincaid, Brown's Mills; H. G. Post, East End, Clarksburg; West Fork Coal & Coke Co.. Furnnm; F. H. Wiloo* 4 Co., Wyatt; Mrs. Tib Jarrett, at the blind man's store, Shinnston; E. A. Wilson, Salem; H. W. Winter, Flemington; Bailey & Burnside, Benson;R.F. Stout,Quiet Dell; Lewis k Qneen, Johntowi, afid Itockford; Geo. B. Patton k Co., Craigmoor. The above 23 agents to be ntU'er tised so long as tli?y sell I ilira per tvear at retail, at our uftuttin-T jxrire The advertising to cea??- wlirn coiil for less than per Iwiltln. Dr. L. A. Davidson, 23 WestMiUord,.W. Ya, At Bales bald in tbe circuit oonrt of I tb? first Monday in July, Jacob Hillman, Jacob Nathan Hosier doing business Hillman, Horowitz Samilson, 8. T Samilson and 8. oery and npon an I Tbe object of this suit is t decree against the del end J snm of $177.90 with inti and tbe uosts of this suit, and that cer tain soods. merchandise and property, the estate of the said defendants levied on by tbe attachment issued in this case may be sold for said debt,that Abe Samilson and 8. Heyman be restrained from prosecuting their oertain. sctions at law in said court against S. Samilson, and that the attachments issued therein bo quashed and declared noil and void. And it appearing from an* affidavit filed in tbe papers of this oause. that tbe defendants, 8. Similson, 8.0. Simil son snd 8. Heyman, are not residents of this State, it is ordered, that tbey appear here within one month after the date of the first publication of this or der and do what is necessary to protect their interest in said suit. Oiven under my hand this 13th day of July, 1898. HENBY HAYMOND, Clerk. L. 0. XiAwsoN, Attorney. 8S-4L gTATE OF WEST YHtQINlA At Bules held in the clerk's office of the oircuit oonrt of Harrison1 county on tbe first Monday in Jnly, 1898. Joseph Berney, 8si ' ~ bilip Berney, t nsiness as Berney ] D. Samilson trading as 8."8Mntlson, S. Ssmilsoo, Meyer Samilson and 8. Heyman, In chancery and upon an attachment Theobjeotof this suit is to obtain a decree against the defendant* for tbe sum of $410.98 with interest thereon, and tbe ousts of this suit, and. that oer tain goods, merchandise andj property, tbe estate of tbe said defendants levied on by the attachment issused in this case, may be sold for said debt, that Abe Samilson, snd S. Hayman be re strained from prosecuting their certain aotious at luw in said court against 8. Samilson, und that tbe attachment* issued therein, be quashed and declared null and void. And it appearing from an affidavit filed in tbe papers of the cause that the defendants S. D. Samilson trading as 8. Samilson,S.Samilson, 8. D. Sawuson and S. Heyman are not residents of this State, it is ordered that they do appear here within one month after the date of tbe first publication of this order, and do what is neoessary to protect their in terests in said suit Oiven under my band this 10th day of July, 1808. HENBY HAYMOND, Clerk. Clifford * Sfebbt, Attorneys. e]t 710 Town of Clark: water rent 711J N David servioes 712 Leroy Rollins services as constable 713 W P Camp (use W R Alexander) services as coroner pro tem 714 WP Camp ser as j p (from justices flnesi 71fi IN Bornslde same 716 S W Gordon services as spec comr for arrest 717 w P Camp services as (from justices fines) 718 M G Sperry ser as coun sel for H co 719 J I Alexander jailors fees 720 8 0 Denham services dep s H Co 721 Same witness fees 722 ClarkBburg Telegram Coprlntlng blanks <23 G H Hill prin Rom sch d & b, clothing, &c fur nished pupils 724 W W Cork keeping p b, &c 726 Clayton & Dent drugs for poor 726 H L Wells same 727 Wells& Haymaker sm'e <28 A J Evans, M D, med att to poor 729 8u8nn D Ho?T, MD sm'e 730 L D Frum same 731 JB Smith same 732 A 0 Flowers same 5 ? MorKan Same (34 N Peck same 73"' R B Sibley same 736 Wilson Queen same 737 Mrs W W Cork sewing for poor 738 J SI Boggess & Son Er?v?ancl mdso for poor i39 G B Patton & Co same 740 Lewis & Queen nurse ' for poor 741 L C Queen nursing p'r 742 Lewis & Queen prov and md*e for poor 743 J N Conley same 744 L B Tetrick &Bro same 74"> Garrett Bros same 746 CarolineHardmansm'e 747 T Patton same 748 E R Davis & Bro hard ware for p h 749 J as V Bradford coal for r>r R Alexander same 701 is K Stout same 762 Richard Pike same 763 J D Blair ser aa o p 7J4 RHaymond same 7M?,?g3keeplnjM11 766 John Epperson keep ing Mary Dean 767 A iteed (nse H F Crias) ?? grave for p 768 X* a. Martin conveying pauper to p h 759 A 0 Brooke same 7t>ii Duncan Bunnell (use J J McLain) nursing I Peering 761 Chas Brown same, &c 7t>2 J j -McLain boarding 1 Deering 763 11L Weils drugs for n'r 7a4 ur S Peek med atten to poor $ 21,388 79 A copy teste: P. M. Long, Clerk. lie following orders were, awn on the teachers fund for aching.: J. E. Law, first month.... (30 00 " 2d.month 30 00 u 3d month 80 00 " 4th month 80-00 Charles Bussey 1st month. 80 00 " 2nd month. 80 00 " " 3d month.. 80 00 " 4th month. 30 00 Rosa Ogden, 1st month... 30 00 " 2nd month... 30 00 " 3d month.... 30 00 4th month... 30 00 F. J. Pepper, 1st month... 30 00 2nd month.. 30 00 3d month... 30 00 4th month.. 30 00 H. O. Robinson, 1st month 30 00 " 2nd month 30 00 3d mouth. 30 00 " 4th month 30 00 Mary Robinson, 1st month. 30 00 2nd month 30 00 3d month. 30 00 4th month 30 00 Jennie Williams,1st month 80 00 " 2nd month 80 00 " 8dmonth. 80 00 " 4th month 30 00 W. 0. Perine, 1st month.. 30 00 2nd month. 30 00 3d month... 30 00 4th month.. 30 00 Ettie Pepper, 1st month.. 30 00 2nd month.. 80 00 3d month... 30 00 4th month... 30 00 Cora Randolph, 1st month 30 00 " 2nd month 30 00 " 3d month. 30 00 " 4th month 30 00 Sussie Ritter, 1st month.. 30 00 " 2nd month 30 00 " 3d month. 30*00 " " 4th month 30 00 Sussie Mills, 1st month. 28 00 " " 2nd month. 28 00. " 3d month.. 2S 00 " " 4th month. 28 00 Amy Keesy, 1st month. 28 00 " " 2nd month. 28 00 " 3d month.. 28 00 ?i" " 4th month.. 28 00 ggie W. Davis, 1st mon. 28 00 " 2nd " 28 00 28*00 3rd month.. 28 00 4th month.. 28 00 Alice H. Payne 1st month. 28 00 2d month. 28 00 " 3d month. 28 00 " 4tli month 28 (0 Ethel B. Davis, 1st month. 28 00 " 2nd month 28 00 " 3d month.. 28 00 " " 4th month. 28 00 Sheriff H. C. use Union dis trict for transferred pu'ls $29 93 Sherift H. C. use of Union dis. for transferred pupils 31 40 ORDERS DRAWN ON THE BUILDING FUND : Silas Hoff, D. S. H. C. dis count allowed tnx-payers at Oct.collection 1890-'91 13 63 Sheriff H. C.use Union dis. for transferred pupils.. 2 74 S. J. Ritter for black board 4 00 Hudson School Furniture Co. for furniture 4 72 E. B. Robinson, freight on on furniture and deliver ing same 51 SO T. J. CofFman, Sec. an. rep. 10 00 Sidney Hayraond, coal 6 60 E. B. Robinson, coal S 50 E. L. Dennison, coal 6 00 Amos Conaway, clean'g lot 1 00 B. F. Davisson, scrubbing house 1 50 A. M. Morris, coal 7 50 E. B. Robinson, repairs and hauling 13 00 J. T. Goodwin paint'g roof 5 00 G. Payne, coal 4 80 T. H. Williams, mdse 82 J. V. Carter, coal ? 10 00 W. B. Carpenter, coal and mdse 10 63 W. M. Dennison, coal 6 50 T.J.Williams, glass 50 J. G. Bumgardner, setting up school desks 20 50 D. W. Boggess, coal $14.00 mdse $4.04 18 04 Charles Lanham, coal 6 00 Robert Armor, coal 10 00 M. J. Holden, coal 11 00 J. W. Harbert, repairs.... 31 00 N. Keesy, repairs 3 50 A. J. Varner,coal, 6 00 A. F. Dennison, coal 1 00 W. J. Xuaum, sundries 2 25 James A. Lewis, sundries 55 J. E. Barnes, repairs...... 5 00 A. Flint,- coal 1 50 /O.RKS JlWITH R B. Kuhn, mdse 1 85 A. J. Flint, coal 7 60 Garrett Bros., mdse 5 65 0. S. Dennison scrubbing 1 00 T.H.Furno, grate & damp'r 1 00 P.M.Long, recording deeds 2 50 H. O. Robinson, janitor.. 8 00 Martha V. Goldsmth, " 8 00 Noah Furno, " 8 00 G. T. Strother, " '8,00 WirtE. Dennison, " 8 00 J. E. Law, " 8 00 Samuel Davis, '' 9 00 Omer S. Dennison, " 8 00 Fidelia Hall, '? 8 00 J. F. Harbert, " 9 00 K. 0. Ice, " 5 08 Ira Gain, . " 8 00 MinterFox, " 8 00 Albert Haney, " 8 00 Arthur Robinson, " 8 00 Harvey O. Ford, " 8 00 P. F. Randolph, mdse 3 10 Thomas Hendrickson. haul ing coal 50 A. M. Hursey painting and repairs 17 72 P. F. Randolph, painting 55 00 Wm. Corwin, sundries 1 05 J. R Flint, repairs. 1 25 Johnathan Williams, jan'r 8 00 T. J. Coffman, mdse 3 20 SheriffH.Q.,use Uiiion dis. ; fori transferred pupils. .. 4 02 Rufus Raymond, PreL B'd 0 00 Sanford Nuzum, Com. i B'd 6 00 J. M. Morris, Oom'r Board 6 00 T. J. Coffman, Sec. Board. 15 00 Rufus Haymond, Pres. T. J. Coffman, Sec. State of West Virginia. County of Harrison, 88.: 1, Alford Rogers, a Notary Pub lic in and for the aforesaid county do certify that Rufus Haymond, President of the Board of Educa tion of Ten Mile district and T. J. Coffman, Secretary of said Board personally appeared before me and made oath that the fore going is an itemized statement showing all moneys disbursed by said Board within the school year ending June 30,1893. Subscribed and Bworn to before me this 17tli day of July, 1893. Alford Rogers, N. P. A Specific! oeuta. Put up by mm Hull poller Hill Clarksburg, W. Va. We have recently refitted oui Mill and put in the full rollei system. Will guarantee quality of flour made by us equal to any manufactured in the State, oi brought here from adjoining States. Bolted Corn Meal, Choice Seed- Oats, Corn and Oats Chop Custom Grist Work A specially. Satisfaction guaranteed. Highest market price paid fo? WHEAT, COIEeiLT, OATS. We are buying -wheat and payint the highest cash price. Lowndes & Chorpening Co.. mw & E0] Fresh-fish on sale.' Poultry bought. ' Tour patronage so Pike Street, | CTaksl THEOUO] No. 671, ParkenbargA^minii?ttCtil 7^6 ?. m.: No. No. 602, New York Express, 5:04 a.:m: No. 640, Grafton Aooommodation, 10:88. ^ ?.m.; No. 672, Grafton Aooomnioda-. tion. 0:84 p. m.; No. 604, NewTorkEx' press, 7:02 p. m. Ohas. O. Scull, Geu. Pass. Agt'' ? Baltimore, McL J. T. Odsll, Gen'l Manager*. ' ? O. Ai' Annon. 'Agent, j mmfc.' OlatksbnrtrTw. Va. i rags $o. North Bound. By Grove initoa on rah....... -Fairmonts. Arrlvi Lea??Katrmont 7 4! 1 00 J3f Monongah 8 01 ]<? 88 Shin niton ia 911 4 10; Gypiv Grove 8 51 J ffl 4 jr ArrtTfr?Olartibnra :. i t 15 8 00 5tt Not. 1,1,8,64 arepassenger trains and t and io way freights. Whtn traveling between Pittsburg, WbMl* Ing. Morgimluwii nr Fairmont nnif Clark! burg, Weston. Buokbannon. Parksrsbnrgor Charleston, the ?' Monongah Route " ofltas the shortest and quickest line. Class con nections made at tor all points .North sad West, and at Clarksburg with B. 4 O.and W. Va. 4 J>. R. B. for all points Bast, South and West. Ask for tbroutb tickets via thi Monongah Route. HUGH O. BOWLES. ? Oen'lflupt. Monongah. W.Va. Tax w.'va. * rrmivM m. *. On and after Sunday; May II, ISOM!*'* seuger Trains will run as follows: 'Dally, t Dally except Bun day. ? ?? L-.-tf anra assawagrr i.- i a Trains leave Weston for Bnokhannon at 19:20 p. m. and 5:05 p. m-tad re turn at 8:45 a. m. and 1:15 p.in. : Leave Buokbannon tor Piokeniat 7:10 a. m. and 1U? p. m. Trains leave Weston .for Sutton at 12:45 p. m. and4:55p.m.,and arrive from Button 8:80 a. m. and 1:00 p. m. S .Train for Cnmdtn-on-Gauli v connects wfti early Hut ton train at Flatwoods at O. K B. and Monongaht Stiver B.