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... ?5mm* t yonr letters not good." you get On nation Tuesday. | ;Y:" Jr Miss Allie Hoover returned tome Monday evening from a month's visit to Phjlippi. Miss Iva Randolph . left here Tuesday for the World's Pair. Miss. Cora Randolph came home from Market Monday. She has been teaching1 music in that vicinity for some time; George W. Randolph is having the foundation laid for a large building near the College, which will be for rent, to students who I wish to board themselves, or for small families. Such accommoda I tions are in great demand here I Just now. C. E. Shlnnston. The only child of Albert Sapp, a bright boy of eight years,died on I Monday of diphtheria. W. B. Wilkinson and daughter are visiting relatives at StClairs I ville, Ohio. I ' Elmore Wells has been doing some first-class work at the Odd Fellows'Cemetery in the. way of monuments and grave stones. The first bicycle owned here, arrived last week. It belongs to Everald Whiteman. He rode on it once. . With the exception "of three or four broken spokes and I other trifling damages, the trial I trip was a success. I Bates .Davis accompanied his mother to Webster Springs last week. John Sapp was bitten i>y a cop perhead snake a few weeks ago J and has had a very serious time of it since, but is now considered i out of danger. i Geo. F. Randall is making ex tensive improvements on his already handsome residence. Mrs. Alice Ohorpening, of Clarksburg, Miss Pleasie McOord, of Clark, and the (free) silver tongued Populist Barney Tetrick, of Marion county, were among the "strangers within our gates" this week. -Large shipments of V <Ai lambs haye;beenmadeuf station this summer and .?l8 are complaining' bitterly about low prices. It is said that one of our Democratic shippers failed to realize enough on a car load>of lambs to bring him home from Nqw York. Of course "its all on account of the tariff." West Milford. V. L. and F. E. Highland, of ynur city, spent Sunday with their parents. Misses Lillie Ward and Lillie Dew who have been visiting rela tives in this place, have returned to Weston. Dr. L. A. Davidson, H. F. Smith, and G. L. Bartlett left for the World's Fair on Thursday. C. B. Highland, of Red Fork. Arkansas, is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Highland. Dr. W.F.Swisher was in Buck hannon on Sunday. E. G. Smith, of Clarksburg, visited his parents the first of the week. Mrs. S. D. Hoff has returned from Chicago. Rexford. Subscribe for the Telxgram the best local newspaper in Cen tral West Virginia. Only 81.50. BOOKLET'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world for onts bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped bauds, chilblains, oprus, and all akin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfao ''?U' money Price 2J5 cents per bo*. For sale by Clayton & uent _ 12-ly ?40 gont?wo iaffering and woman's HHP wm; a tools ?ta? tariontei attempt the passage of t ilantic alone on a visit [mother. Theskiffis'bu? | long. Paulsen is an t Captain Andrews and his- w-.. dory. He proposes to follov different route from that hithc taken by such experima Instead of striking for , Azores, he will follow the nor ern course, directly in the -w of the trans-Atlantic steam1'" He does not expect to take visipns enough to last th the trip, but will rel/on ot ing fresh supplies from the* ve sels, which he hopes to m$e the voyage. He started on . 20. Old Sajinen. Old superstitions respet [ the wedding garments run th Married in white, You have chosen all right Married in gray, You will go far away; Married in black, . You will wish youftelf bic6V: Married in red, .Jf| You will wish yourself dead; Married in green, , Ashamed to be seen; Married in blue. You will always be true;,y;t Married in pearl, You will live in a whirl; :i ' Married in yellow, Asnamed of the fellow; ; Marrried in Brown, You will live out of town;; Married in pink, .' 1 Your spirits will sink. | The dreaded cholera has at appeared in this country. r The Karamnia, a ve Italy, is now in quarant has developed seventeen. c( far among its passeng Jenkins, health officer, clared the disease a mild: ma .Iiroi.. mydear." ? v "I !kuew |gg3pu|! had taken a meal thir thing. Murder-will out "What's happened, my.'de ??SVio nrritAD tViat. cVio'c Ann "She writes that sheVroiu.., here with her six childreri'to'sta; until fall."?New York News. Ella?What makes yon th he loves yon? Did he say so? Ida?No; but he huggedisnt That is a round-about way of letting me know it. THE LATEST I air New YnnK, Mojjdat, Acq. 81,1898. QUOTATIONS Or BXZVZ8. Extra...? W 15 @ 5 25 Good to prime...... 4 80 @ 8 00 Fair to good 4 60 & 4 80 Common to medium .... 8 20 @ 4 50 Texans and Colorados.... 8 15 ? 4 40 Oxen and stags 2 60 @ 4.80 Balls and dry oo-ws 1 B0 @ 8 85 Avorage to-day, estimated 4 55 @ Extreme range of prioes.. 8-20? 8 25: Good to prime steers sold one year ago at $4 904545 20; the average prioe was estimated at>$4 05. BEEVES ? Beoeipts for two days were 201 cars, or 4.200 head, includ ing 50 ears for export alive, 120 cars di rect to slaughterers and 82 cars for the market The trading was slow and' feeling dull, but common to medium cattle ruled at 10? 15a per 100 lbs high er, while prime to choice was barel' steady. y. SHEEP AND LAMBS?Receipts for two days 58 cars, or 12,158 head. .40 cars' for the market and 9 cars consigned di rect to butchers. Market a trifle higher for common sheep, but steady for good; lambs a little more active and jo. higher on all kinds. Sheep sold at $2.25@$4 per 100 tb for poor to good; few export wethers at 85; lambs at $3.50@$5.50 for oommon to choice, / IHE ONLY JWe POSITIVE ! a CURE EQR CATARRH CAN BE HAD FROM DCALIRSOR WILL M BENT BY MAIL. Of) RtCUPT Of BO CT*. ; J. T. Goodwin & Co., FOR SALE BY CUNNINGHAM BROS. & CO. $500 Reward I WE will pay the above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Srspepda, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Oonstlpa tntion or Costiveness we cannot aure with Weft'sVegetableLiverPills, when tliu directions are striotly complied with. They are purely Vegetable, and never fail to give satisfaction. Sugar ooated. Large boxes, oontaining 80 Pills, 185 oents. Beware of counterfeits and -imi tations. The gennine manufactured only by the John C. West Company. Chicago, HL For sale' " ?"Owl * w? nmo uj VUUUU 1 Bros., druggists, Clarksburg, W^.Ta.. dot. Burton Des Charles Despord, Laura Goff nd rnd D. L Deapard. ol this suit is to subjeot the following named tracts or paroels of land together with others,* situated iu - - f" "Trginia, toaale l) fond, to-wit: _ parcel of laud situated on Stutter's Fork, in Harrison District, county of Harrison and bound , ed generally aa follows: On the South I byT&ndsof W. P. Htutler, on the East by lands of J. P. Curry and Stephen Btutler; on the North by J. McConkey, 1 and on the West by "Walter Farris and oontaining about'sixty-nine acres ;olso another traot in said District and ooun and adjoining the above named tracts id bounded generally as follows by ?odaof J. P. Ourty, W. N. Bailey, Walter Farris and \V.VP. Btutler and containing about thirty-nine acres, the first of said tracts clai med to have been sold by Burton Deapard in his lifetime to said William N. Bailey and others and the last traot olaimed to have been _'_U -rv_ S i n m-.i John W. -Hursfc K ?. . Lehoben Asb. Esom sold tar said Despsrd to said W. P. Stut ; lorond: the purchase money iu each case olaimed not to have been paid to | said Deapard by either said . WpSMffligl en pai( Bailey or therefore having been made that said defendants D. It Des card and D. L. Despard are non-resi ,1 ,i?h 0f tliis State, the said defendants -^nired to appear here within one month after date of the first publication of this order, and do what is neoessary protect their interest in this suit -'"is ordered that a oopy of this published onoe a week for font e weeks in some newspaper ablishedin Harrison oounty, and be ?ted at the front door of the oourl ouse of said oounty for thirty days be' are decree js rendered. ! Given under my htad this 10th day if August, 1898. mm HENBY HAYMOND, r , Clerk, Lbwis C. Lawson. Counsel for State. 89-4t "oim oe p'dblioation. mti?: " v, ' !' ; State of West Virginia: Atxules.held in the clerk's offioe ol ;he circuit court of Harrison county.on the first Monday in August 1803. Edward Murray ys. Myrah H Camden, MarthaM. Sommers, DoraE Bams burg, Robert M Bamsburg, Gene vieve BTgParr, A. D.'Parr, Wilson L. Camden. John J. Davis and T. B. Camden, trustees, and Charles rlitWi Lynch, administrator ds bonii administrator d? bortii j^)fG> D.Camden, deceased. In I. The object ol the above suit is for the a of enforcing the Specific con P tnn Itmivooanna nf Ion/1 TCMHM ?ng from an affidavit ?> papers of said cause thrt mte Dora E. Bamsburg, Bob llbaXKuuenevteve B. Parr, EoMegnttoTftta Clerk v 'theflrst Monday in August, 1898. ' ?n bos. Miller, Trustee. ) The object of this suit is for the pur Me of^oompeUing said defendant liomas Miller, trustee, to convey the legal tiUeveeted in him, to a traot of ^putfiOacrM of land lying on Book rinmn In anil nnnntw ?A _l.l_i.-n. 0 acres, of land lying on Bock ...in and oounty, to said plaintiff. it appearing from an affidavit filed ith thapapersln this cause that the . _ jfendant Thomas Miller, is a non-resi dent of this State, it is ordered that said I defendantis herfby required to appear ritbin one month after the date of the irst publication of this order, and do rhat is neoessary to protect his interest Hthis cause. Given under my hand this 7th day of August, 89^jlDfEY nAjj,0ln)j (jierit, iff. Habmeb, Oonngel. 89-4t y virtue of a decree rendered in the ???uit oonrt of Harrison oounty, in the ^oase of Edwin Maxwell executor, ia, and others vs. William P. Stutler, I Shall, on the 13TH DAY OF SEPT., 1898, sell at publio auction to the highest bid der; at the front door of the oourt house of Harrison oounty, a traot of 80 acres 8 rods and 89 poles of land situated on Elias atutier's Bun, in Harrison coun ty, for sufficient cosh in hand to pay the oosts of suit and expenses of sale and ?the residue on a credit of 0. 12 and 18 months, with interest from day of sale, taking from the pnrohaser notes with good personal seourity and retaining a Ren on the land sold as a further securi ' Com'r. I, Henrr Haymond clerk of the circuit court of Harrison county, do certify that Edwin Maxwell has given bond as re ?If ISfe HAYMOM?,0"18 I Clerk. August 8, 1898. 39-4t " By virtue of a decree rendered in the circuit court of Harrison oonnty in the case.of Edwin Maxwell, executor. Ac., and others, vs. Minor C. Bailey, and others, I shall on the 1STH DAY OF SEPTEMBEB, 1898, adl at publio auotion to the highest bidder, at the front door of the oourt finnaa nt TTatvfann nrninfn ? u..i _? n ? ? Harrisonoounty,^H ulHT . Bun, one of the head waters of Kinche loe cwek, for sufficient cash in hand to payjflie oosts of suit and expenses of l sale and the residue on a credit of 6 12. and 18 months, with interest from the further security for the deferred nav I meuta. EDWIN MAXWELL, _ ? Com'r. i * Haymond clerk of the circuit August 8,1898 Corsets 25 cento .up Bee-Hive Stor^ ^',r Made a Glarks! ? ' SflmElHi kSSESSSm Tools, Plows Timothy, Clover, Orchard, Kentucky Blue- Grass, Engl rass Boots Wll be pleased to have you call and E: Goods and Prices Produce Want mine r-. I? Steam and; Water, Pipe, . Brass and Iron MSB Academy of Marietta Courses corresponding to those In the College. JltitflWMalWgBS Special advantages to thrwe not able to pursue and ?dvanoad eanoauon. Training. 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