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r AttomeyiWtAg Offloewith Hoiv Jottix Quarks Hug. W. Va. '; ?/' ,:; _85-tf p,sc,ujn?w.rf .. , KlOT* :1& v ; " [in court House rear of Oteralt Oonrt kjrk's offloe. 17. r pr?otltlon?rof>'. ? rssam^. L.?. M?ln Street, opposite4th. [g~.?" 10 ?>? "?.,,?.t? M?d 7 f t P. tn f' eomml?l6ner of AeeoanU, 145,1 ? JultfuDorKt iYi va. hi^FO' *? M dbwtiwiv l|9fr Will be In bit' olBM: Ctarks HMH%bor?, W.Va, fenr months of the Ejo^niltovember.Petolii^Stetlon' Ban Mala street.opposite Fourth. Of Morris* Hall i permanently looated la Clarksburg,am 1 be found at Ms oO??H?m t he J>Yrst ti *<h ?/ eaehjmm*tttj8$M (4 DR. C. B. MORRI8 1 visit Clarksburg si usual. drom Jet ti Ih mf Hevt. Pm. *?ii* ssss# June. I Main Street, Ouaekbbtoo, W. Va I Office open throughout the year. Dc bt travel. Besldenoe and loffioe opt IteSL Charles'Hotel, -Olarksbuig, ' , j: v^v na and Bteam Fitters, and dealers in nd, Iron and Drjbia Pipe, Steam and ?tar Ranges, Pnmpe,GaaFiitures. PIKE 8TEEET. f?. Dr. A. M. Jarret, Will also Conuaoter^Brlek Work of even Iwcrlptlon. B. W. WIIXIAMS. Jsn. 1-lvr Look Box 8S6. P. W. MolTctt, Notary P fjocr and Pension Solii Rgention to all business, |W. \ a. Oonvev Prompt PARPENTRY & CONTRACT f JJG: __ _ I Carpentery and Contracting for pU kinds of buildings. Trestles wd Wooden Bridging. Heavy Framing a specialty. All -work carefully constructed. 'ormerly oonduoted by J, H. Small WAOON8, BUGOTmI OABRIAQE8. -Bat of Material and Workmanship, Jjll line ot material for repairing; al J*js on hand. Would be pleasSl to weyon call. Oonduoted 1)7 gUonbnrg, W. Va. , 12V S.w. GORDON, AUCTIONEER. Special attention g^rentodryi.ngsales wd auctions in the country. Address Watnuai cations to. Olarksbui?, W. Y?- ST.tf T" D?Witt Talmage of the auaJi ^ Wn ??' SEE?'?1 BSPISS^ The subject .of th? 1 deliverance. , Uattle Ourl" ?? ,"erf?n1 WM: "The 20-27* "AnH being I. Kings, i pU'ed taLlf^H 6f Isr^ flock. Of kidL? Uk0 two UtU? i jhbh iM S*^ ??? ? Sa^a(a .They were lord's Israel. vln u tow ol the | fSSgSHSS, te8fiMfeiS? '??? Ol I^u?' Of i j , I'Oj the kids, pn* it. ?n -"?=*???:* fe Which Was the stronger I ?hTfr lit0e fr<Sf ?, i , flro au"ooth stones tekedo'wnT0nit!;m: ho hadcnonghto' SAfes God is on the "We of the shepherd boy ?r ?n th9 sl(Jo of th? _Jhero have been many in pur day Bff ventured the opinion that ChrisOanity U falling back, and that ** ?*tinct They Wh W?& ?.?i on 0n 11,8 assumed foot that the Itlble U not as much of a ^okas t u?d to be, and that po * i ,?pnl5tve to ^e people. y? WhIch 0M of the drinS "}SJl0nSe,of Now York< Phila delphia, lioston or Chicago is publish ing the Bible to-day with, the omission I n wV?," o^Pter? ,Aro not our publishers intelligent men? And HMte^ contrary to their financial tv .continue to publish - the tencopies tntenyears." domthett^Lteh^t^n pre??s printing the Word of Q^lX out the omission of a chapter or a verse toTSct^'tth,\I!lble i8 POP?Ca~ I go through the oourt-roome of the country. Wherever I find a judge's SB&jis&SSfe1 flnd the Hlble? gfey they take solemn <?thJ?HWhat htti very apt to be l^f^^S'f^ient.? The Bible. What is very?apt to be put in the trunk ?' theyoung "nan when he starts for I Hi ^ i T"? Iilble" voltaire pre dicted that the Bible during the nine teenth century would become an obso ^ .W? are prett* near trough the nineteenth century; the Bible is not obsolete yeti thero la not much prospect of it. becoming obso iwf? ?. t? tell you that that room-the very room.in which Voltaire wrote that prediction?soma time ago I was crowded from-floor to ceiling with Bibles for Switzerland. .Suppose the congress of the United i, ^jS> .0U I? P"8* a law that no Bibles should be printed in the United States. If there dm thirty million grown men and women in the oountiy then there \k y,mllUon P^P10 armed against su? a law. Bnt suppose the *h? U"lU* Stat^Aould pass a law that Macaulay's history or Charles Read's novels should not Z read, could you get half as large an armrjor the fourth oa large an army? In other words there are, as you know* I and I know, a thousand men whn I would die for their Bibles where there are fifty men who would die for any other book. The fact that there are now more Bibles being printed than ever before, that publishers find it a financial Interest for thom to continue the publication of the Bible proves that this book is still the most popular book I on the planet "Bat," say those who are antac-1 onlstic, "Christianity Is falling back, from the fact that the church is not as I much respected as it used to be, and is ' not as influential." I reply to that with the statistic that one denomina tion?the Methodist church?according toastatlstiegivenme;by one of their bishops, dedicates on an average a new church Avery, day of the year: Three hundred and sixty-five new churches in one denomination in a year, and over a thousand newehurchesbnllt every year in this country. Does thatlookas though the church were failing in iu power,, and were becoming a worn-out institu tion? Around which institution in our communities gather the moat ardent affection? The post office, the hotel, the courthouse, the city hall, or the churches'" Why, when our old taber nacle was burning there were hundreds of men standing in the streets who never went to church, tears running down their cheeks. It is because the church of God stands nearer the sym pathies of the American people than any other institution. Men may cari cature the church and call it a col lection of hypocrites, bnt when their children are swept on with the diph theria, for whom.do'they send? To the oostmaster, to the attorney late husband, Irs C for which I desire to thanks and to coi company lor its prom of the same. KMMAWt No man, knowing the uncertainty oat a policy on^Ts life. ^ The Infante Eulalie, our late charming national guest, has marred the agreeable impression whichhertJoTbeauSSth New.Yorkeri by uttering.sJme Coffee Fe?d? Tb? Brain" An eminent medical authority MSnaldUftbeL0f,tbeTB08t0n Medical and Surgical Journal. a88i?5 absolntoly . increasing Jean's capacity foe brain work. Says the moment to throw him into ^aadrfi0fJeM0Klnf'andabS0 ly adds to his brain work cai ty lor the time. manager of said : say the skirts so] were manufactur is ndt true. G. , Manager I Sept. 8, 1898. 4441 ? ' I'',-'' ? ? " 38 inch linen towe 34 in.Turkish bath 41 inch linen towli Extra large linen ( ~ In, and Convejtnoti Located oh Charget Reasonable. ? ? . s-PSg# m *... rnwmimgmm&mmmmm CIIPU Wonderful Bargains. A car 'load of 1 OUUH will be closed out at once. At only 855 a ?M-drntpkb m mm> \ ? Wain. Oak Planks A w?k&*8 3?wt mm/mm Correspondence s< REPRESENTED B3